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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. to forfeit all pay and allowances due communities, cithor by wire or rail- - SUFFRAGE LOSES A. C. A. BEING SUED GREAT THRONGS VISIT and to become due." road, has not been established BY STOCKHOLDERS IN MISSISSIPPI Tho findings of the court wero ap5." In Georgia mill AInbnmn. proved by Lieut. Gen. Robert Leo Atlanta, Ga., March 29. Hovlsed iSCENE OF LYNCHING. SUNDAY'S TORNADO reports tonight from tho storm-sweTw'enty-on- o Voto 01 lo 21 Against With Bryan suits havo been filed Dullard, as commander of the EastDepartment. He designated sections of Georgia and Alabama cut In the Circuit Court Clerk's Office ern And Cummlngs l'lcudlng Ladown the death list to flfty-flvby Subscribers for stock In tho Amer .Governor's Island as the placo ot Tor Itiillfltiitlon. Roads Leading To Place Thousands Homeless Prop- grange, Ga., suffered most, twenty-si- x ican Association, Crom confinement nnd decreed that the sentence begin today. being killed there. Eleven liersons Where Negro Was Hangerty Loss Goes Into Jackson, Miss., March 31. Missis- well Branch, for the cancellation of Lieut. Col. Cresson, trial Judge woro killed at Aloxander City, Ala., ed Blocked. sippi Is lost to suffrage. The lower their stock, return of subscriptions, advocate in announcing the sentence Millions. ten at West Point, Ga., five afAgrl- together with the refund of money at Macon house lato today rejected tho federal paid in, with interest thereon. declared the sentence alone can stay cola, Ala., and ono onch Bergdoll's prison term. and Mllnor, Ga., and Cedar Springs, equal suffrage amendment by a voto " iu.Bp- "" i,lu, Paris, Ky., March 30. A Paris Chicago, March 29 Tho death list Aln. Tho number of Injured wasof94to 24. The Senate had adopt- Harry Weinberger, Bergdoll's purpura fcumuwuus T4"!1"" ui uiu into tho hundreds. At- - ed tho resolution yesterday and suf- - I "onto comply with promises made by cousin, on hearing the sentence, said newspaper man, who had followed tho at tho Palm Sunday tornadoes that "?., swept sections of eight states tonight ter a night of darkness and confusion frago leaders had hoped favorable promoting agents at the time when ho will ask for a writ of habaes cor- trail of the men who took tho negro. niiMnii .irntilrl 1m tit'On lit Mia Uniioa Grant Smith, from the officers hero stood at ICO. attendant upon tho wreckage of tho were loucueu anu pur-- , pus to take Bergdoll out of the hands The resolution was taken up this Telegraph and tolephono service power plants, tho Injured at Lagrange of military authorities and get the last night and started toward Flemf ' vlth many isolated communities In and West Point wero being cared for afternoon. Speaker Connor permit - chase,s rAml ?'ock w,oro raaf mtlf n case into civil courts. Mr. Weinber- - ing County, where tho crime was ger said he would appeal to the Unit- - comm,tted- - found at 3:30 oclock this only been part- In improvised hospitals, with the aid ted it to be brought up for direct ac- tho Middle West had : ly restored tonight and indications of Red Cross and army officers. Pront tion without reference to tua com ed States Supreme Court If necessary. morning tho dead body of the negro KnMnnnl Hprnnprntlp lpnrl. vmuais wno sunscriueu ior siock in suspended from the cross-arworo that the toll of death and de- crty loss nt Lagrange was estimated iiilHoo of a ors urged that it be passed without '"" Cromwell branch of tho Assocla telephone pole on the Maysvllle pike, at $500,000, with that at West Point struction would ho augumented. SOCIAL CLUB MEETS C f1.ininilHi.fl n nf iua lWW lnM.nv six miles from Mayslick, alono and. uuiuj Tho known dead In six Central said to be hundreds of thousands. As .Inl... t nuiiLut i. wuuiiu.iibo, ui WITH MRS. COLLIXS The "A.' C. A." is a Wisconsin Cor swaying in tho wind. Ga.,' tho National Democratic Committee, tele- "Western States numbered 105, while far cast ns Washington. poration with a chain of stores scatAltho his captors left Paris at C'" firty-Ilv- o were killed in Georgia and storm caused damago estimated at graphed Speaker Connor, pointing out tered about tho Country,' promoted The Ladles' Social Club was enter of woman suffrage would o'clock with their victim, Smith was $200,000, chiefly In unroofed build that defeat Alabama. chiefly among the agricultural class, tained by Mrs. R. T. Collins at her Proporty loss In tho Chicago area ings. Many smaller towns in Geor- bo disastrous to tho Democratic par- supposedly for the benefit of stock :i home Friday afternoon, March 26th. not hanged for several hours. His ty. captors seemed to have In mind tho Alono was estimated at $6,000,000, gia reported substantial losses. as Its name would Imply. A number of games of progressive new law, which provides that tho "I regard it as lntensly Important holders while In other States affected tho concern has three houses in this rook wero enjoyed at the close ot penalty for rape shall be hanging in. that tho Democratic party enfranchise The material loss was large. consisting which refreshments, of WARD HOOVER. women before the next national elec- County. county in which the crime was Elgin, 111., suffered the heaviest dainty salads, wero served, and alto- the tion for the sako of our party and committed. property loss, tho damage there bo-iof Barnett's gether the meeting was a most deMr. Ellis Hoover, INFLUENZA'S RAVAGES Tho negro was taken, to a point ths nation," he said. $4,000,000. lightful one. Creek nnd Miss Edna Ward, of this near Mayslick, Mason County, but William J. Bryan telegraphed, call 30 Dead In Illinois. In addition to tho regular club place went to Owonsboro Thursday, The home of Birch Martin in the within the borders of Fleming. On Illinois was tho hardest hit cf tho March 25, where they wero united in ing attention to votes of women In members, Miss Myrtle Maddox was Western states four years ago. He Central Grove community has been his way to the'scene of the execution. Central States with thirty dend. more marriage, tho ceremony taking placo the an honor guest attending. Smith is said to have made a full said votes of women were needed to the sceno of much sadness recently, than 1,000 Injured and 2,000 mado at tho homo of an aunt of tho bride, 0 "safeguard prohibition, defeat mili- There were two families in the home confession to his captors, admitting Blan-for.homeless. Mrs. O. R. Blansford and Mr. When tho flu appeared and eleven ALLIES ACCEPT PLAX he had forcibly taken advantage of tarism and lnsuro world peace." fataliIndiana reported thirty-six- . TO IXTERX WILHELM the young girl on two occasions and. cases developed. Eleven were ties and Ohio twenty-siTho bridegroom Is a son of Mr. One member of eachfamlly sucthat "he didn't know why he did It." killed In Michigan and ono each in and Mrs. J. T. Hoover of tho Bnr- - SENIORS OF HEAVER DAM London, March 30 The allied Prays Flve Minutes. HIGH SCHOOL IX HARTFORD cumbed within two days time: Birch "Wisconsin and Missouri. 'net's Creek country and tho Brldo Martin, vwho is survived by his wld- - Powers have accepted Holland's last erprnHnn- when the Georgia was plac Is a daughter of Mrs. Inez Crabtroo, Tho death list In Tho Senior Class of the Beaver ow, threo children, his aged mother, note regarding the former German ers arrived at a nolnt six miles from and in Alabama at of this place, who was formerly Mrs. ed atlhlrty-olgh- t formed a Theater tw0 tothm atJa one sister. Mrs. Emperor, according to an Amsterdam Mayslick, they were met by tho seventeen. Tho nowly A. K. Ward. to tho Dally Mall. gatlon which had been on watch In &t til0 Slar Vtlday nlBht. Af - Ida Tichenor, being the next to go, is Districts most severely affected In JUUIIK jitiuim: uic imiiuia. u . !., Tho Dutch Government March 5, Maysvllle. The two parties combln-f- or t .. i., a survived hv her husband and three ...i... tho Chicago area was Irving Park, sets. They will, for tho present, the second time, refused to de- - ed an(i the.negro was asked if he had Yankee Princess" the Beaver Dam small daughters, ono of whom Is within the city limits, with six dead; with the parents of Mr. Hoover. Students wero entertained nt the very low at this time. Mrs. Martin. liver the former Germon Emperor to anything to say. Ho asked for time Melrose Park, nlno dead; Elgin, eight Commercial Hotel by tho Senior Class mother ,6f the deceased, who were the Allies for trial. This determlna- - to pray and was granted five minutes, dead; Maywood, four dead and Plain-fielot the School here. Sandwiches, brother and sister, Is also dangerous-chocolat- e, tlon was set forth In a noto addressed Those who heard tho prayer say he BENNETT, LEVY ON threo dead. to the British Premier, which, how- -' confessed his sins to God, asked to cream and cake were serv- - ly 1H. fuuiicii uuimifeu ivotuiuu WORKMEN'S BOARD cd and a most enjoyable time was ever, declared that the Dutch Gov- - he forgiven, and then told those towns and also In Wilmette ' Mltn. W. II. DUVALL would take all necessary sonally in charge ot hlnj that he was by all present. had nhd Evanston, North Shoro suburbs. measures to minimize the liberty of ready. "y4 Let these neighborly vlslts'come of Frankfort, Ky., March 26 Alvls No fatalities occurred In tho latter Mrs. Ulsa Duvall. wife of W. H. Wilhelm and prevent him from en- -j a hangman's noose, made from a Bennett, Louisville, and Clyde Levy, ten, in this character ot Intercourse places. ' home near Horse dangering the world's peace. feeling' and fellow- - j Duvall, died at peCe of new ropo was placed around. At Jollet, Hi., three persons were Ashland, appointed by Governor Mor- tho spirit of gbod The communication stated that pre- - his neck. Some one in the crowd by tho Senate as, ship Is created and fostered. These Branch, March 25th, af'or un l.Iness .. pobbly fatally Injured, fourteen row and confirmed cautions to this end would be taken had brought along a pair of climbers, as- - of long duration of tubevculosis. In i$oto seriously hurt and tho property members of tho Workmen's Compen- -' two schools can bo ot material each other, In many ways, ternment of the remains oci; place "on the spot." It was assumed that used by telephone linemen. Taking Board, aro entitled to the slstanco to damage was estimated at $500,000. satlon open up the at the Arnold Burying Giounds, on this meant that a close guard over the end of the rope he rapidly cllmb-th- e Troops patroled the streets of El- places, Chief Justice Carroll held to, and no better method to ' former German Emperor and a ea the pole, threw the end over tho Circuit channel and give us the vision can be the following afternoon gin, Molroso Park and Wllmctto to- day, sustaining tho Franklin lady was a devout strict censorship would bo Instituted cross-ba- r The deceased and as he was descending Court in the suit of Nat soweu ot devised than that ot friendly Inter day. member of tho M. E. Church and while Wilhelm occupied his estate at the polo the ngro's body was being London and Harry J. AUIngton, New- mingling. Combination of Two Storms. held In high esteem by all who knew Doom. hoisted to a distance of twentv port, oppoIntee3 of Governor Stanley, Henry J. Cox, weather forecaster who sought to prevent their succesher. Besides her husband she Is surDog Watches Over Body. LOUISVILLE MARKETS for Chicago, said the tornado was tho sors from serving. vived by ono daughter and two sonj Smith slowly strangled to death. WOULD PAY COXTRACTORS m result of a combination of two storms. Cattle Prime heavy steers $12 Q WHO LOST' IN RIVER WORK Ho was muttering, "Lord forgive me" Sowell and Alllngton wore appoint Ono developed in Alaska, traveled ed In 1919, and, as their appointment 12.50; heavy shipping steers $11 MARCH HONOR ROLL OF as the rope tightened about his neck,. through British Columbia and Joined had not been confirmed by tho Sen- -, 12; medium steers $10011; HgL HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL Washington, March 30. Senator shutting off his power of speech, As a storm from tho Southwest, which ate. Governor Morrow treated them steers $910; fat heifers $8011. 50; A. O. Stanley, of Kentucky, today In- -, soon as the negro was dead, the developed In tho arid plateaus of as recess appointees and sent tho fat cows $7 10; medium cows $5.73 Senior Class dispersed, going In opposite dl- a bill for the relief of con-jt- y 0 Southern Arizona and Nevada. This Bennett nnd Lovy names to tho Sen- -j Amelia Bnrnett, Ethel Blnkley, Ma- tractors on river improvement, work ' rectlons. The dead body of tho ne-w7; cutters $505.75; canners $4.50 combination, Professor Cox said, re- ato. Both liavo qualified and will ry Warren Collins, Martha Pate Xou-a- tt 4.75; bulls $7010; feeders-$Slost heavily as a result of the gro'was left with only a bayjng dog sulted in a rotary motion which assume their duties at onco. Rhoads. 10.25; stockers rise In the price of labor and mater- -' as Its companion. $709.50; choice formed eddies and caused a tornado Junior Clnss From early daylight milch cows $95 0120; medium $70 0 until 10 lals following the entrance ot tho Although tho tornado traveled forMargaret King, Flora Rhoads, Ger- United States Into tho World War. o'clock this morning the road lead95; common $50070. THE HO WANS RETURX fifty miles an ward at a rato of about Calves Market weak and 50c de- trude Schlommer, Freeman Schap-mlr- Tho Stanley bill directs tho secretary ing to the scene of the lynching was hour, tho wind at the core of tho torof war to ascertain what contracts blocked with vehicles of all descrlp- -' Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan and cline noted. Best veals 714 14. 00; nado was estimated to have had a tholr son, Ney, who havo boon spend medium ?S10; common Soxihoinoro Class entered Into before April 6, 1917, tions, many coming from Lexington, 5G; velocity of from 20Q to 300 miles an ing somo time in Crescent City, Flori- light calves under 110 pounds slow Ernestine Ralph, Geneva Travis, uut not completed by that date, be-- 1 Paris, Maysvllle and other river' hour. Carrie McKInney, Mevillo Rhoads, - Came lnequltablo because of unfore- - points. At 10 o'clock the coroner ot da, returned to their homes near sale at extiemely low prices. HO Dead in Indiana. Hogs Trade active and prices es- Mary Llndley, Bessie Clark, Gola seen advance in costs, and to deter Fleming County anived, and with the Hoflln. Wednesday morning. Mr. R. Indianapolis, March 29 Latest rehomo steady basis all thru Bennett, Helen Barnett. mine what amounts, If any, should assistance ot several men, cut down areas of A, Rowan also returned to his Mr. tablished on a hog3, ports from tho storm-swopounds up Freshman Class be paid to the contractors in addition tho body, placed it In a wooden box tho llst. Best Llvermoro, at tho samo time. Northern Indiana place tho number in Otis Ashby, Emily Bell, J3rsell Ben- to tho nmounts provided in the con- and took It to Flemlngsburg, whero Stevo Rowan, a brother of A. V. and f 5; 1C5 to 250 pounds $1C; 120 to of dead as a result of Sunday's torna- It, A., who also wintered in tho Flori j Of-- pounds $15.50; pigs $11013; nett, Hulbert Crdwder, Loreno tracts. The Stanley bill was Intro- It will bo burled by tho county. Smith Hundreds of perdo at thirty-siLuclle Westerfleld, Sallye L duced following tho arrival here ot Is survived by his wife and four childa city, returned to his- - homo in throwouts $12 down. sons were injured in ton counties In Wray, Col., some two weeks ago. He Sheep and Lambs Prices un- Williams, Dick Williamson. W. J. Webb, of Mayfleld, Ky., and dren. although property Mm stnto. and ' a associates who lo3t In tho construcwas summoned home on account of changed. Best sheep quotable at $7, Jinraage cannot bo estimated, It will His bucks $6 down; best lambs around GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY MISSION BOARD IX of a little grandchild. tion of a levee at Hickman. tho death fyo in tho hundreds of thousauus ot m SESSIOX TUESDAY CHOOSES ITS OFFICERS son, who also made tho trip South, $15; strictly good kinds sold considdollars. Many persons havo not been returned to Colorado, about a month erably above this figure; lighter COMMITTEE VOTES accounted for. Tho Ohio county Baptist Mission James Hudnall, Rlvorslde, was TO OUST SOCIALISTS kinds $10012. ago. v 20 Killed In Ohio Board hold its regular monthly sesProduco Markets. elected president of the Shalor Qeo- Columbus, O., March 29. Twenty NEWBERRY REFUSES TO Albany, N. Y., March 29 Unseat- sion at (ho local Baptist Church TuesLocal produce dealers quote buying . logical Society of the University of persons are known to havo been killSIT PENDING ACTION prices as follows, not to shippers, tho . Kentucky for tho ensuing term at the ing of the suspended Socialist mem- day. In tho absonco of the Presiproped, more- than fifty injured, and shipper paying freight and drayago last meeting of tho club. bers of tho Assembly will bo recom- dent, Rev. D. Edgar Allen, nev; Birch erty los3 running close to tho Tho other officers elected wore: mended la a report to Ije submitted Shields presided. Others present Washington, March 29 Senator charges: mark caused in Western Ohio Newberry, Michigan, who returned LaFayotto Herudon, Fulton, vlco tomorrow to the Assembly by tho woro: Roy. Russell Walker, SecreCandled 38 039c dozen. EGGS during Sunday's tornado. president; Glenn Tlnsley, Hartford, Judiciary Committee, which investi- tary; H. C. Truman, Fordsvllle; R. BUTTER Country 30c lb. today, will npt resume hi3 seat hero Drako County, in which tho towns in ot disloyalty E. Fuqua, Hartford; M. G. Snoll and. Hons 30031c lb.; secretary"; and Walter Morris, Lex- gated POULTRY tho charges tho Sonata until questions as to his Greenville and Nashville are loof and Oscar Ashby, Central Grove; against the Socialists. status arising from his conviction in largo spring chickens 25 031c lb.; ington, treasurer. cated, suffered tho greatest loss. the Michigan election conspiracy small spring chickens 26 035c Id.; Tho society Is composed ot major This decision was reached at an Messrs W. P. Hongland, Clear Run; towns Eight wero killed in tho two old roosters 15c it).; stags 20c lb ; students In Geology at tho Universi- executive session ot the committee N. A. Brown, of Cool Springs; J. G. cases have been disposed of. and more than a score woro injured. lato tonight. Tho majority report Christian, Horse Branch; W. I. Iglo-hoa"I shall not resume my activities ducks 22025c lb.; turkeys 35c lb.; ty. University Bulletin. Valloy Is esLoss in tho upper Miami m Central Grove and C, P, will bo signed by seven of tho thirtho Sena.to," ho said, "until all geese 14016c lb; guineas 35c apiece. in timated to bo at least $1,000,000. r- Keown, Hartford, lay mombers. teen members. FIVE YEARS IN PRISON to .have matters growing out ot tho proceedThreo persons are known up." GIVEN DRAFT DODGER MRS. FRANK SHOWN. Five members of tho committee and three ings in Michigan aro cleared been killed in Vanwert EASTER SERVICES, ity havo signed a minority report, deTho Sonator did not appear today Kachelrlos, vv' f others at Moulton. John March 30. Grovor claring that the Socialists should bo Now York, Mrs. Frank Shown died at her at tho Capitol. Ho wa3 understood sister, Mary, 4, C of Moulton, and his Thoro will bo special Easter Sertho wealthy returned to tholr seats. Another somo Republi- home In Owensboro, Wednesday night Cleveland Bergdoll, to have conferred with woro carried several hundred rods. can leaders and will return to Mich- from an attack of spinal meningitis. young Philadelphia draft evador, was member will recommend expulsion of vices at the Methodist Church, la h dead when found. Doth woro igan for tho Easter holidays without After funeral services at St. Stephen's sontenced today to five years' Im- August Cleassens, Louis Waldman Hartford next Sunday. Lochner, 18, of Moulton, was Every one is cordially invited to any definite plan as to whon he will Church, at 9 o'clock this morning prisonment at hard labor nt the Unit- and Charles Solomon, and tho seating M. M. crushed Under a falling house. Rador, bo back in Washington, of the remans will tako ed States Disciplinary Barracks at of Samuel Orr and Samuel A. DoWltt. attend these services. A boartjr welInterment Archer, 52, a farmer; Georgo come- to all. Come and brlngyour. placo In tho Catholic Cemotery, at Governor's Island. Democratic Senators who wero Lucy Rader, an oi uu ms, and Mrs. n. Borgdoll, who for nearly two years NOTICE friends with you. In pressing for Investigation of Owensboro. 1 tUolr homes we?t, wero killed when at 11 o'clock. ' Morning servlco Mrs. Shown was formerly a Miss eluded tho government agents during the Michigan senatorial contest adcollapsed. court-martiI will bo away from my office tho Evening service at 7:30 o'clock. and mitted that they had boon prepared Rhoads, whoso homo Vas lu Owens- the war and tried by a military Fifty-eighTho villages of Renoleeto Let us also urge that you make a for deserting under tho 7th, 8th, and 9th days of April. Any-on- o should Mr. Newberry have appeared boro. Besides her husband, who la Drunersburg, near Defiance, wore Article of War, was also senwanting dental service don't special effort to attend Sunday school seek expulsion on a son ot Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown, two in tho Senate to wrocked. Six aro doad in the on this day. come on these dates. ground ot his conviction on a crlml-- ( of near Hartford, Bhe la survived by tenced "to bo dishonorably dischargDR. J. R. PIRTLE. E. WATT SMITH, Pastor, ed from the United States army and four children. stricken nal charge. Communication with tho pt o. rn0.? """ I ''i' m ng d. 3-- 0 x. ed MVany .. i re-sl- dele-dispat- ch ' ri t d, Illl'tlVf " nt ' hr I J J I fetr par-troduc-ed ho e. pt Wes-terflol- d, x. rt, Joe-aop- ac-tl- vo i al th The Hartford HARTFORD Republican COMPANY Published Weekly by PRINTING Incorporated W. S. TINSLHY, Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law at the Fostofficc, Hartford, Ky as wail matter of tho second class. nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. Address to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give the old address in making tho request. .Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, nnd 8c per lino for each ad iUtional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head line nnd slgnnutre, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, Anonymous communications xeeclve no attention. TELEPHONES .Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY. "word. hut other advertisements, lc per will 59 123 APRIL 2 Moonlight, or Evening School Bill, as proposed and Introduced in the Into Legislature. We asked our neigh bor, the Herald whether It favored or was opposed to the bill. In tho current Issue It simply states thnt It favors the education of adult illiter ates. Of course it does, so does cv erybody, Including our humble self, but wo do not stand for tho creation of n sepnrnto department of Education to handle tho matter, knowing or believing that more than one-haof the $75,000 appropriation nsked for by its sponsors would be consumed by tho head and various In salaries, traveling nnd other expenses, when tho whole business could bo easily handled by the present Educational establishment, for practically no ndditional expense It looked to the writer as though somo parties were hunting for a fat, soft place in which to nest. $100.00 spent by this proposed Educational Commission would have done, in our opinion, about as much good as one dollar spent in the interest of tho "kiddies and youth of tho State." We don't have sufficient funds to pay our teachers for the work they are now doing and why try to broaden their labors by tho expenditure of funds where not more than 30 to 50 per cent of It could possibly hit tho spot? fllrs. Cora Wilson Stownrt to lf sub-head- s, Mr, Turloy STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) Bon Taylor says It's not old age that made him forget to go to ilfnner the other dny, but simply a case of returned to Chicago 1 being busily engrossed with the work of boxing up his things preparatory to moving. Our subscribers and friends who happen to have news items of interest will not only very greatly obllgo us but confer a favor upon their absent friends nnd relatives by reporting such Items to this office, when tm-Messrs James and D. B. Hancock V,; WE BUY, raise nnd sell anirabbits and other mals. Place your order with us, and list what ever stock you hnve with us, stating lowest flat prices That cow of George Jones that on largo shipments,. Address 515-51- 7 dropped dead immediately after N. P. AVe., Fargo, N. D. m Jones fed her, a few days ago, maybe died from surprlso or was It disapMr. John T. King went to Henderpointment? George did not tell us whether ho got the bran from Char- son Saturday, returning Monday, aclie Carden or Squire Dean, or per companied by Mrs. King, who had haps she was not used to being fed been spending a week with their at all. Looks like n good case for son, Mr. Charlie King and Mrs. King nvestigation to determine whose saw- in that city. They brought their little grandson, BIHie, home with them. dust and excelsior it was. fur-bearifur-beari- P.'s who made tho pilgrimage to Owensboro tho other day, left here a dry gang, but we are not saying that they either remained or returned In a parched condition ns they had Bat Nail and Peirl Twed- dell with them and If there was a lid niiywhoro in the Yaller Banks to be cracked, you can figure that that pair of birds found it and did It. That bunch of K. left hero Monday for Desdemonla, Texas, where they go to load and ship to Leltchficld, Ky., nn oil well drilling outfit. They will return in about two weeks, driving through In nn automobile. New Wirthmor Silk Blouses A Sale That Offers a Substantial Saving These new Wirthmor Silk Blouses have a manifold appeal; they are winsomely 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, when everyone is interested in keeping down the cost of apparel to be able to offer these Blouses. There are eight new models; none of which have been offered before. They are made of Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chine and Tub Silk. Choice at i the contrary, notwithstanding. Senator Borah Is entirely too busy MOTHER SLAYS VIVE with the affairs of other prospective CHILDREN, KILLS SELF candidates for President to do much s Tunning own behalf. Elk City, March 31 With their heads crushed and their throats cut, night. Bryan continues to draw short arm Ave small children of Mr. nnd Mrs. jnb3 and upper cuts from tho DemoElmer Cowart were found dead toHon. H. P. Taylor, who has been cratic Press. Ho may bo outpoint- day in a tent in which they had been in Florida during the past six weeks, ed, hut they seem unable to knock naklng a temporary home three miles through. returned to his homo here Tuesday. Um out nnd he Is more than apt to south of here. Mr. Taylor spent the major porttcn be swinging rather groggy before the Capt. Cox was down town the other of the time in Jacksonville. The wife and mother lay beside He rebig mill is over, in Frisco. the children with her throat slashed. morning saying as how he wished he ports n pleasant sojourn In the land flowers and bright with, and An ax, razor and butcher knife, all could find his hoe and other garden of Lack of wholly Ignoring the U. S. Senate nnd bloodstained, were found in the, tent. tools so's he could tear up and plant sunshine. Screams of the children attracted his garden. Wo told the Captain Its views in mntters of peace, or ratha man plowing a field nearby, but that we would gladly convey that inLois Jane, little daughter of Mr. er future policies of the United States, upon the part of President Wilson all the children were dead before he formation to Mrs. Cox and felt sure and Mrs. L. T. Riley is spending the manage to see that week with her aunts, Misses Hettle is solely responsible for the failure reached the tent and the mother had that She would hu succeeded in. slashing her own throat.. the tools were supplied. Thereupon and Ruth Riley, in Owensboro. She of the League and his Mrs. Cowart was rushd to a hos- the Captain, with a right smart will return home Saturday accom The Country miliating defeat. ought to rejoice that one man Is no pital here, but physicians hold out promptness and we thought some panied by Mrs. W. E. Ellis, who has show of Indignation says, "by-gubut slight hope for her recovery. been in Owensboro some ten days, longer Lord of all of our land. c you Just let the matter rest where it taking treatment for neuritis. IN LOVING MEMORY is, don't bother yourself to meddle When a Republican Is found who with my wife's affairs. favored the adoption of the League of Mrs. C. E. Smttn returned Tuesday Mrs. Rachel Francis Johnson wa3 Nations he is hailed by the DemocratMoberly, Missouri, evening from The Board of Directors hem a where she had been for several weeks ic Press as a free thinker and a pa- born July 2Sth, 1S42 and died March triot. When the majority who op- 24th, 1920. She was married to Wil- meeting here Saturday and notified on account of illness of her sister, posed the ratification is spoken of liam Johnson February 2nd, 1871, me that I would be expected to take Mrs. C. W. Evans and son. After & they are designated as despollers, un- to this union were born seven sons a week or ten days off about the first Mrs. Smith arrived at Moberly Mrs. patriotic, profligate partisan haters and one daughter, who are all liv- of May. I axed them how they fi- Evans' son developed scarlet fever of Wilson. Might not tho minority ing. She joined the Oak Grove Bap- gured the paper would conie out if and all were placed under quaran"have at least a small speck In its own tist Church in 1S66 and in 1887 she I did that. They said they had dis- tine, which was not removed until moved her membership to Wood- cussed that phase of the question March 29th. eye? ward's Valley Baptist Church. Hero and from complaints filed with them, The dismal failure of that mob in she lived a Christian life until called they had decided that the subscrib Have you a child in your home Lexington some time ago was atoned from labor to reward. She exempli- ers were as much, or perhaps more, about 10 or 12 years old. He or she for by the mob at Paris on the night fied pure religion In visiting and min- entitled to a week's rest as I was. I can operate a Sharpies Separator as of the 28, when it took from officers istering to the wants of the sick. She asked the Devil what he thought the well as an older person, tho only the negro, Grant Smith, and hanged was a remarkably Industrious woman, Board meant by rest for the subscrib- you will get thru quicker than him in neatness and with dispatch. for though confined to her bed for ers and all I could get out of him was a child for you will turn faster than years she continu- a snigger or two. Both white and black who are guilty three and one-hatho child. For a Sharpies Is GUAR-frof the crimes charged, personally de- ed to work .and spent much of her I ran rraijSS---s-j ANTEED to get all the cream at any serve the worst possible to mete out tlule in knitting for the Soldiers and FARM FOR SALE. speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & to them. But It is a pity that the others. She bore her afflictions DUKE for a free demonstration. Consisting of 240 acres, near Bald 31-- tf negro mobbed was not In the hands well, never complaining but always Hartford, Ky. of that bunch who upheld the law in saying "Let the Lord's will be done, Knob Church, will sell all or divide . to suit purchaser. For terms see the Lexington case. bless the name of the Lord." Good Rags, $2.00 per cwt. Her husband and children appro- J. H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WARMixed Rags, $1.50 per cwt. 39t6p At last Herbert Hoover says he priately dressed herNbody in spotless REN SHIELDS. Old grass sacks $1.00 per cwt. will accept the Republican Nomina white and placed it in a whito casket, Mlxed scrap Iron, 50c per cwt. tion for President if tendered him, or which to my mind represents Reve- PERSONAL NEWS Wheat Bran, S3. 25 per cwt. maybe, demanded of him, cr words lations 7:14, "These are they which Wheat Shorts, $3.50 per cwt. AND SOCIAL EVENTS to that effect. We hardly think that came out of great tribulation and Horse & Mule Feed, $3.25 per cwt the Party will draft him, although have washed their robes and made Hog Feed, $3.25 per cwt. There has been another advance his ideas expressed in his statement them white in the blood of the Lamb.' Dairy Feed, $3.00 per cwt. Wagons, but we have After funeral services by the writ- on Owensboro California Republican Club are to the 16 per cent phosphate at car, $1.35 we can sell not bad by any means. Ho appears to er we burled her body in the Carson a few Jobs in stock that ydu at tho price that they will co3t per cwt. be a tolerably good middle grounder Cemetery. I buy and sell for cash. us when we replace them. REV. R. D. BENNETT. Hoover's chief political sin, rom a D. L. D. SANDEFUR, ACTON BROS. 39t2 G. O. P., standpoint appears to be Beaver Dam, Ky. 38t3 FOR SALE. We have a car load of these tractors, which we exthat of 1918, wherein he is charged Taylor, who has spent the Mr. Ben with having aided in the effort to pect to arrive within the next two or three weeks. Get large last several years here, left yesterday Road Scraper, elect a Democratic House and Senate. TRANSFER SERVICE! for Blrdseye, Ind., Mr. Taylor has your order in on this car as we may not be able to sesize $15.00. Arbor, not, so far, decided as to where he table, with up prospects for the ReOne Saw In sizing cure another shipment in time for early spring delivery. publican Nomination for President, 8x6 Pulley, and two Saws, good will locate or as to what he wlllsen-gag- o in. I ask the patronago of the citiGovernor Lowden, of Illinois, meas- hardwood frame S20.00. zens of Hartford and tho traveling One Saw Mill Truck, 24in. wheels, ures nearer to our ideal than any Mr. C. I. Maxey has sold his resi- public in general for the following As Iron axels, S15.00. of those prominently mentioned. dence hero, to Mr. Riley McDowell, reasons: Lot of new Mine Rail Spikes. our information goes, he was born HARTFORD KY. Mr. and Airs. Muxey of Rockport. A. W. LOGAN, During the past 3 years I havo a country boy, spent his early life as Hartford, Ky. will leave at an early date for Akron, tried to serve you well and have Agents for Ohio County. a barefoot farm boy and therefore 40t2 . Ohio, wher- - they expect to reside in mnde regular trips between Hartford knows from actual experience what , V. L. Fulkerson, Sales Agent In 1898 Gen. Nelson A. Miles, Itho future. and Field Manag er. and Beaver Dam, rain or shine, sumcojnmon life Is. No man good roads and bad. his success, cov- Chauncoy M. Depew and John Jacob mer and winter, could have attained George P. Jones, of the Washingregular Others have not made ering a range of poor farm life, coun- Astor were Judges of the second contest held in this coun- ton country lost a fine milch cow, trips and only serve you In good weateaching and from that up try school IN MEMOUV OF by the writer, the Monday evening. Mr. Jones had just ther. to Chief Executive of the second try. remains wero MRS. VIRGINIA L. BLACK buried in the Milton fed the cow which was in apparent charged you only 60c and war Union, except he was I State within the Taylor gravo good health, when she dropped dead tax, through the winter just the samo yard. endowed with energy, good sense POULTRY RAISERS ADVISED TO WAIT FOR ADVANCE while eating. Mrs. Virginia Lesteria Black was ability. His honesty d as In summer. and born June 2nd, 1843, and died March Others are charging 75c. In 1896 Barnum & Bailey and sterling Integrity have never been We feel a certain pride in the fact Did you know that where others I have never failed to glvo Hart- 19th, 1920. She was married to questioned.'' His ability to clean up that they would exhibit a responsible for havo 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Sep- ford a good word or do its citizens a Henry Thompson Black Jan. 6th, affairs in Illlnbls and to give to that that we are largely carriage. poultry and State a government regarded by the the development of thesection to the arator has none? It has only three good deed whenever the opportunity 1864. She had been an acceptable produce market of this working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL presented Itself. member of tho Methodist Church rest of the Country as model in form, My cars leave Hartford at the fol- slnco about 1865. She Is survived FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. ' thoroughly demonstrates the fact that ilgh standard that Is now maintained. IBOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. many years wo have made every For sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. lowing hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. m.; by two sons and three daughters. She Txo Is big and broad enough to serve For very h'phest mar12:30 p. m.; 2 p. m.; and 7 p. m. had been in poor health for six years The Mogul Tractor, Deerlng Mowthis Nation as Chief Magistrate, Im- effort to find the always been Mrs. Ben F. Bartlett and daughter. Hartford headquarters at Casobior & before she died but endured her af- ers and Rakes, bued with tnat spirit of middle-wester- n kets, so that we have International flictions patiently. As a Christian life, his Americanism Is from able to pay tho highest cash pricey Mrs. Eliza Blondtan, of EvanBvllle, Taylor's Restaurant. Disk Harrows, peg tooth Haryou are able to secure anywhere. Ind., passed through Hartford yesI sincerely thank you for the many she was quiet and meek. rows, one and. two row Hoosier Corn the core out a' man whom the East that you for your pa- terday morning, enroute to tfye Taf- favors of the past and cordially inDuring tho years of her failing Drills, one can implicitly trust; whom the South We sincerely thank row Empire Drills, Low us to do this fy community, where they will visit vite your patronage for the future. health her unmarried daughter cared Corn King' manure greatly admires and beyond doubt tronage that has enabled Sprcadors. Mj-Ha continuance of your relatives and friends for some time 40tt lovingly for her. Wo do not wonder J. E. CURTIS. Sulky Plows and Disk Cultivaone whom, the' West will be glad to and invite trade. Just now, we would. advise mm that this daughter shouted at her tors. International further honor and support as head you to hold your poultry a few days combination Cultl-- j FOR SALE. Mr. E. D. Turley, of Chicago, 111., mother's funeral feeling that in death vators, it made the of the National Ticket Cultivators, fou- rgot the egg's. We nre of tho who was called to Rockport last week "gained release from the teen mother had Republican Standard Bearer this fall. and tooth Cultivators, Primrose My house and lot in Hartford, Ky suffering of earth and bad exchanged opinion that prices will bo hlghor on account of the death of his father, Cream Separators, in fact our line is and Mrs. A. J. Williams,' Tho price Is right. soon. visited Mr. them for the Joys of heaven, complete. Some time ago wo stated in this LOUIS T. RILEY. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. of this place,' while in the County.' 30tf After funeral services conducted ' 5V?B. f column that we were against the ELLIS & BRO. L ln-hlever-bloomi- The smell of wood and weed smoke is everywhere, the air is full of it, it floats through our window even at night. Sometimes it is heavily laden with rubber, old shoes and chicken feathers. It makes us think of the time when we were a boy, some ten years ago, or more. Only tho burning leather was a hot strap in Dad's good right hand, and rubber, that's what wo did when Dad got Judge Jno. B. Wilson, W. H. Gillespie, A. I. Nail, nnd A. K. Anderson, of this plncc, and P .D. Tweddell, of Nocreek, all members of the looal Lodge Knights of Pythias, attended a district convention of that order In Owensboro Tuesday afternoon and $6.75 m -- Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. The Samson Tractor aJH dif-oren- lf -4- t r D&r VlJjrA H j One-whe- el lin. 1"1 ACTON BROTHERS .4 --- (Os-born- o) ne flve-too- th ' ". v k Miss JUST RECEIVED a shipment Mnttio Tlchenor, of Center-tow- n, Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves. was In Hnrtford yesterday. of it w. e. Spring Coats Right at your door you find as large and line of Ladies' as you will find in larger towns. well-selected Ready-to-We- ai Coats, Coat Suits, Ready-to-Wear Dresses, Waists, f Skirts, u 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. The best place to get Enamel anil Mr. H. R. Bennett and daughter, Aluminum Waro Is at Miss Mnttio Jane, of Centertown, ACTON DUOS. 39t2 were In Hnrtford Tuesday. C. 0. Hunter, Cashier ot tlio Bank Miss Nettle Glllesplo will visit Mr. of Hartford, was in Owensboro yesand Mrs. P, O. McKlnney Saturday terday, on business.' and Sunday, at Centertown. We are adding a big lino of Plow Mrs. R. A. Rowan and daughter, Gear. Call and look It over. 3Et4 Rosamond, of Llvermore, spent the W. E. ELLIS & BR0. week-en- d hero with relatives Mr. and Mrs. John P. Taylor re Cuscaden's Brick Cream constantly turned Saturday from a few days stay on hand at tho Restaurant ot in Louisville, 40t4 CASEBIER & TAYLOH, Miss Emlllo Bell, a student In the Mr. Carl Hoover, who has been in High School, spent tho week-en- d with Dyorsburg, Tehn., during the winter, her parents, near Buford. has returned to his homo here. I Just arrived, a ilg assortment of Mr. E. G. Schroater, after spendcholco c oklng 'sets in aluminum ing a few days here with his family, WILLIAMS & DUKE. returned to Earllngton Wednesday. Mr. Henry Leach, ot the Ohio Mrs. Sam Tate, of Rockport, was County Drug Company, was In Louistho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tate, ville Monday and Tuesday. hot this place Tuesday and Wednesday. THOSE WISHING to buy Millinery Yes we have stoves, E. C. Simmons at reasonable prices will call on Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable MRS. D. HURT, Hartford, R. 2. Iron Ranges. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke visited the 33tf parents of Mrs. Duke, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dolmnr James visited B. W. Stewart, in Cromwell Sunday. Mrs. James' sister, Mrs. J. 0. Albln, R. C. (Coney) Davis and family. and Mr. Albln, of the Union neighof near town, moved to Daviess Coun- borhood, Sunday. ty, near Pleasant Ridge, Wednesday. Mr. Bud Currey, of the lower Point Dr. J. R. Pirtlo will attend the country and Judge W. G. Newton, of Kentucky Dental Association In Llvermore, were In Hartford Monday next Wednesday to Friday. and Tuesday, on business. Louisville, C. O. Hunter, Cashier ot the Bank We are expecting a car ot Shingles any day, can save you money at car of Hartford, attended the Kentucky Bankers' Association in Lexington, door. the latter part of last week. W. E. ELLIS & BR0. ellis & nno. THE DE LAVALf CREAM SEPARATOR s More De Lavals in use than all otbermaKes cans-'-. bined. It is the WORLD'S STANDARD. Witlxlfcc-- j coming of Spring, the freshening of the cows, andtfe coming on of the grass, you can make your mJKk cheaper and there is therefore no better time: t&aasr RIGHT NOW to buy that De Laval. If youiares i ' : Brings Prosperity to the Farmv. X : : thinking of buying something cheaper, better aeife ' some of your neighbors who have already trie!' them and then purchase a De Laval. Just use yjoaor ' best judgment, then call us for a demonstrations. , : Our implements are moving faster tlian usua3L We have already sold cultivators, which is a IiEusa unusual, but we believe that it was wise, and suggest that in as much as it costs you no more to. jras chase early, that you let us have your order forau$s-thin- g that you might need in the implement linesss that we can hold it for you. You know the. marfrefc conditions as well as we, so again we advise you; tist use your best judgment. Come, in and look through, our line. It costs you nothing to look and it mfg& be the means of saving some money. Remember the 5 per cent cash discount. This is the. place. whexjEt your money buys the most. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS! BEAVER DAM, KY. BOTH PHONES. . All Spring Merchandise Now In. Call and See. Mr and Mrs. M. L.McCracken have Marvin Parks, of this place, and Marlon Moore, of Route No. 2, made rooms with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Duke, an exchange of property a few days where they will remain until their new homo Is ready to occupy. ago. fri SMSW9 FOR SALE 38t2p slightly used, Size l&zi&l&Gb, The Hartford FRIDAY. Mr. Gayle Taylor, with the I. C R. Two road Wagons, R. Company, Memphis, Tenn., wis 2 and 2?i. here to see his mother and family, L. L. LEACH, Tuesday, enrouto to Chicago, 111. Hartford, Ky. LALLEY LIGHT and POWER Mr. H. J. Johnson, of Detroit, Mich, Squire W. S. Dean and J. W. Lamb, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D, E. of Dundee, arrived home AVednesday Ward, of Nocreek, Saturday and Sun morning, after about one month's day. absence in Alabama and Florida. There will be preaching services at Nocreek Republican APRIL 2 FOR Wagon. E. ELLIS & BRO. M. E. Church, tomorrow night and all are cordially .urged to Mr. Otto C. Martin and family and Mrs. Lula F. Coppage,' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, oH It:is Costing You Monpy No: to Have a Lalley , It is an actual fact that, any farmer i losing money' by na?.r-lhaving Lalley Electric Light and Power. You lose money in the comfort and convenience which- tEial J, ,&' Lalley would give you and your family. ." You lose money in the time the Lalley would save in th y farm work. You loae money in the labor the Lalley would actually nrvz. 'r All these things are worth money; and if you do- nati. h economize in them, you are the loser. : a The Lalley IS an economy. It DOES pay for itself it saves, it IS an investment, not merely an expense. . V Thousands of Lalley-Ligowners know these things anu.J .' true, and they have said so over and over again. There can he no doubt now, after ten years of use, that th-Lalley plant is right. .V ;. Neither can there be any doubt that it does its work.whJr JC X extraordinary efficiency and extraordinary economy &? ? ir ! ' attend. Cromwell, Saturday and Sunday. Jones' Fertilizer Car will a few days. Hon. Alvls S. Bennett returned Miss Bertie Mae Everly. who has bo In In Monday to Louisville, after spending been spending the winter in Florida, a few days hero with relatives and is expected to return to her home friends. near Matanzas, about the first of May. . Miss Carrie McKenney spent the Mrs. Mlnnio Wedding Lee returnweek-en- d with relatives In Beaver ed Monday from a few days visit II. C. Acton, ot Dundeo, was In Dam. with Mr. and Mrs. Will Renfrow, of town Monday. Dundee. Automobiles Overland 4 and Knights. PALM OLIVE Soap, only lOcts. Northern Seed Potatoes? Yes, we ACTON BROS. have them, first grade Irish Cob30t2 TAYLOR & MORRIS. blers and Early Ohio. Dr. J. A: Duff and C. C. King, of 37t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr.; Ira Daniel spent tho week-en- d Dundee, were in town Wodnesday, on with tils parents, at Olaton. Only one marriage license has been business. issued within the past week: It. V. Lime, Plaster and Cement, j Moore, McHenry to Eva Byers, of W. E. ELLIS & BR0. Wo have a car of nice, clean ,t39t4 & McHenry. and Red. Top Hay. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Everct Hlmes has accepted a posl-- " ' tlbn' wltlt Williams & Duke. Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp returned a three Miss Bessie Clark spent tho week- yesterday evening from The new bulk garden" seeds have ar- end with her father, Mr. W. A. Clark, weeks visit with friends In Crescent tt at Sunnydale. City, Florida. rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE Mrs. Martha Gentry, of Narrows, Wo pay cash overy day for eggs and is spending tho week with Mr. and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Mrs. L. C. Acton. Mr. A. J. Williams made a FOR Plows, Disc Harrows, Cultitrip to Llvermore, yesterday. Corn Planters vators and 1 and 39t2 FURNITURE! FURNITURE1 Wo see ACTON BROS. tt have it at WILLIAMS & DUKE Judge 0. M. Crowo was In Center- of Chevrolet town Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs d We have a day, on legal business. Automobiles. , TAYLOR & MORRIS. FOR SALE One pair of good Call over Farmers' phone. Mrs. Mollle Reld, of Kronos, was Mules. J. E. KIRK, Hartford, R. 7. guest of Mrs. J. C. Hlll'Wednesday a night. Mrs. J. D. Stewart and children, YOUNG MEN soe ACTON BROS.' of Dundeo, were the guests of relatives hero Wednesday. Geo. Delker Buggy nd on page 8. 30t2 Mr. Fred Robertson returned yesKlln-drlo- d Shelled Corn and all terday from Owensboro, where he had spent two daj;s. i kinds of feeds.A W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 Miss Lottie Kuykendoll, ot CenMayor J. E. Bean has suffered a tertown, Is spending the week here relapse and is now confined to his with friends and relatives. room. The beat by test, Sharpies Cream Hulbert Crowder Is out of school Separator for sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. this week with a' severo case of 31-- tf mumps. FOUND One pair of good Specta See our Bake E-- Z Ranges and cles. By proper description and pay Blue Bird Stoves before you pur- ment ot this ad, owner may have same. chase. E. ELLIS & BRO. W. 39t4 If you are In the market for a new stoves, B. C. Simmons Davonette, see our line before buying 'Yes we have Cast Stoves. and Monarch Mailable as we believe that we can furnish you just what you want. Iron Ranges. ACTON BROS. 39t2 . WILLIAMEj & DUKE. 31-- tf car-loa- PERSONAL NEWS . AND SOCIAL EVENTS W. E. ELLIS & BRO. . Master Loyd Elda, son and Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, of Nocreek, spent from Friday to Tuesday here with his grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Bennett. Messrs. J. H. Everly, L. C. Taylor and Mrs. went to Florida last fall, ed to their homes In the ant country. F. J. Jenny, Taylor, who have return- f Point Pleas- Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmerman and daughter, Miss Winnie D., returned yesterday from Owensboro, where they had spent two or three days with friends. W. B. Smith; of Centertown, was U u a ecrmpieli Mtit tngintand ttoragt battery. It tvppltit aMptt tltetri ity for UgkU, teat pump, wailing maAirn, ivttptr, erast ttparaUr,anningviiiy, iron, its. LalUv-Lit- Mr. H. A. BInson. of Adalrville, with Tho. Peter Fox Sons Co., was here this week, assisting L. T. Riley In receiving poultry. Mrs. L. E. Everly, of Matanzas, here Wednesday. Mr. Smith will leave ior Weir City, Kans., In about ten days, where he expects to reside in the future. Mrs. V. A. Matthews, of Fordsville, ftntraiorvith ' ' retqrned home Friday, after spend- spent Tuesday and Wednesday here ing a week here with her parents, Mr. with her husband, who was attending and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett? .' tho final session ot the Ohlp County Board of Supervisors. Mrs. A. W. Mills is making an exThe 1400 acre tract of coal, timtended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Timer Westerfield and Mr. Wester-fiel- bered and farm lands, known as the ot the Beda Country.. Aberdeen Coal Co., property, will be sold at Abordeen, May 27th. See ad 40t5 Mrs. T. H. Black, who recently un- vertisement in this Issue. derwent an opreatlon for appendicitis In a Louisville Hospital, will return Prof. George Clarke, of Hlndman, to her home here Sunday. Assistant Stato Inspector, Department of Education, was here this week For repair work come to TAYLOR checking up tho books and accounts & MORRIS, Hartford. Overland and ot Superintendent E. S. Howard. Chevrolet parts in stock. Competent Gb to TATE'S RESTAURANT for mechanics serve you promptly. quick Lunches, Contectionarles, Can- Mrs. J. L. Patton and son, Willie, dies, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits, spent the week-en- d with Mrs, Pat-ton- 's TATE'S TRANSFER cars make condaughter, Mrs. T. L. Miller and nection with all Beaver Dam trains. Mr. Miller, of the Beech Valley ' Mr. Luther Miller went to Owensboro yesterday, to accompany Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Penland, of Miller and their daughter, Miss EmLouisville, will arrive here tomorrow, ma homo. Miss Emma underwent for a short visit with Mrs. Penland's an operation in the City Hospital sister, Mrs. GUmoro Keown, and oth- last Sunday for throat trouble. d, Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 'V. Mrs. Rachel Shultz has returned to DARRED PLYMOUTH. 11&K5 the home of her parents, Judge and RED TO LAY AN& Mrs. J. P. Sandefur, after spending Lfl With eighteen years r"l nr mmjir the winter in Charlotte, N. C, and constant attention to slzo, shasttaeSl. St, Petersburg, Florida. Ml Kmm..1v finlllns has heen lnP Btfinmrrnnhtr, wnrlr fnr Tlftrnfi tin- -' Sr. i Just received Smith In the absence ot Miss Myrtle myl"oclt "Aristocrats." Lashbrook, who is confined to her yard at Fort Wayne, Ind., fctrM&tfa home on account ot illness, I paid $15.00. This bird is. me&nCami 12 selected hons and will yctuftiisav, Mr. Sam Riley, who for the past some wonderful results. Eggs earns several weeks has been employed as this mating, $2.00 for 15,egee.--. night clerk at the Bell Hotel, OwensI also have 40 hons and 4 cocknm&tx boro, visited his family here Tuesday of my own breeding, selector omhQi evening, returning Wednesday. mated to produce splendid: muftno. Eggs from this mating, $1.2&a?XK3 Miss Marllssa Foster, ot lower No- eggs. $5.00 for 100 eggs. er lelatlves. Coming! A largo shipment ot creek, was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. will be fillod in the order theyawrr-ceiv- ed and eggs shipped whea.dJsft, I am paying more cash every day Iowa seed Corn, Boone County White, Ellis Foster and Mr. and Mrs, 0. D. In the week for Poultry, Eggs, and Reed's Yellow Dent, St. Charles Red Carson hero this week. Miss Foster cd. Cob,, and we also have the home- will go to Bowling Green next week, Cream than any buyer I know of. hook your orders now amT !& grown Missouri Prolific. where she will enter the State Normal ready for early hatching. L. T. RILEY, MBCr & BRO. W. School. JOHN B. WILSON, HartXfcwi. Hartford, Ky. I39U : ,.u i. uwt.jJu! .ws .t or and egg production I fe& pue- """ iu ""'"""B cmWBtBJllwiM mouth RCk and to lUJWW ho?". tcinWi aP Qiv "I help take the tire out Chesterfield of tire trouble" up LIGHTtoughest ! Attn boy ! Even job sccma ensier if you can "draw" on HI) Chesterfield. Those fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos and that can't - be - copied Chesterfield blend "satisfy" as no other blend of tobaccos, ever did before. Bottles awny from It toward tho edges of tho yolk, forming In somo cases nn Irregular clrclo of blood known as a blood ring. Eggs vary in' this respect, somo showing dnly a streak of blood. All lnfertllo eggs should be removTho eggs coned at the first test. taining strong, living embryos aro dark and well filled up on tho fourteenth day and show a clear, sharp, distinct lino between tho air cell and tho growing embryo, while- dend germs show only partlnl development, and lack this clear, distinct outline. - Most market men are close to tho selling end and so are well Informed. As a rulo they nro ready to old by giv ing Information. It Is to their Interest to servo tho growers' Interest. COUNTS COURT. Minn Labor Kfflricnry. requirements of Aro tho Moots first Monday In each month. tho productive enterprises of tho farm Judge Mack Cook. I)iv. No. 2. H. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. as organized sufficient to make the County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. DIv, No. 3. Claud Renfrow, best utilization of tho timo of the Clerk W. C. Blankenship. regular men necessary to operate Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. tho farm? Superintendent E. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. "If on a given farm wo find tho Ilcmly for The I lotion Fly Jailer Worth Tlchenor. DIv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver necessary to do tho number of days Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. It Is likely that more will bo learnDam. contract and miscellaneous day wage ed this year about tho Hessian fly Surveyor C. S. Moxley. work and subtract the amount from than In nny year sinco Gen. Howo's Coroner B. P. Itodgors. DIv. No. C Nat LIndley, Centor-towtho total number of days' work re hired Hessians aro supposed to have FISCAL CODIIT. Mako Every Farm Feed Its Stock. clearing of lands and other causes quired by all tho productive enter- brought the pest to Long Island tlur- County Board of Examiners: E. S prises, the remainder will bo tho num- - lug tho Revolution. Meets first Tuesday In April arid There havo been Tho production of enough feed for navo aireauy reduced it very grcany Howard, Mrs. Birdio MIdklff nnd - numerous destructive outbreaks of October. Its family live stock, work stock, and and, some time in tho remote future, ber of productive days' work requlrIra Jones. commercial live stock Is second in there may bo no periodical cicadas ed of tho regular men of tho farm, tho Hessian fly nnd a great deal has 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th pro- - been found out about it, but nobody Route 3. "It wo divide this number of importance only to producing food Ono of tho destructive Influences Is ductivo days' work required of the wng jn position to do tho job proporly. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav 17th. for tho family, is tho opinion of the unfavorable weather, though tho er Dam. XTnted States Department of Agricul- broods emerge so late In the spring regular men of the farm by the mini- Another outbreak Is likely this spring EXAMINATIONS bor of days available for field work at and tho U. S. Department of Agricul- Brd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. ture. Farm management studies in that they do not often encounter get a number ture is ready for it. 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center- Common School Diploma May 14 the Southern States Indicate that tho freezing. There is, however, at least their command, wo will town. Two years ago tho appropriation nnd 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam most profitable farms not only pro one notable exception. Brood No. 19 expressing tho percentage of effirace has encountered ciency with which their time has for Hessian fly work was Increased Cth District W. C. Daugherty.Baize- - and Fordsvlllo.. duce the necessary farm feeds but of the town. sufficiently to provide for the princiMay 21 and 22 County Teachers have a surplus of them to sell, and freezing weather in Tennessee during been utilized. "For example, a group of five best pal needs. Shortly afterwards the Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. In the Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). live stock is usually of bet- two successive appearances. that the May 2S and 29 County Teachers' ter quality and better grade on the middle Tennessee counties in 1S94 farms has an average of 4.S regular Bureau of Entomology established 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. farms producing a surplus than on brood No. 19 appeared in appalling men per farm. These men had a threo stations for tho purposo of sys- 8tli District B. C. Rhoades, Hart Examlnotlon nt Hnrtford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. Juno IS nnd 19 County nnd State farms where staple feeds are bought. numbers. Freezing weather came total of 1.01G days avallablo for field tematic study. They are at Carlisle, Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvllle, are brought out in a about the middle of May and, In many work. Thero was a, total of 1.1S4 Pa., Centralia, 111., nnd Wichltn, Kan. These facts IIAUTFORD. (White). series of 16 tests formulated by tho areas, the ground was almost cover- days' work required by tho produc- Each station is equipped with a full Mayor J. E. Bean. Department of Agriculture to show ed with dead cicadas. Most of them tlve enterprises. Of these, 512 wcro'sct of weather Instruments, and sov. Juno 25 nnd 26 County nnd Stnte Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, whether or not a farm Is being ef- had not begun laying. When the cared for by contract and miscel- eral rcatungg ro taken each day Police Judge C. M. Crowe. brood reappeared In 1907, its num- laneoii3 hired and family labor, leav-- ! throughout tho year. Sowings have ficiently managed. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Cnsebler. lng 617 days for tho regular men. been made at various dates for sevSept. 17 and IS County nnd Stnto Tho average farm family, made up bers in that region were tremendousROCKPORT of five adult persons or their equlva ly diminished but, under favorable This means 212 days available per eral years to detormlno tho Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (White). lent, requires for its proper mainten- conditions, it would have reestablish- regular man, of which 140 days, or period for each year. Experiments Clerk N. H. Bratchcr. Sept. 24 nnd 25 County nnd Stnto ance 2 cows, 40 fowls for furnishing ed itself. But again, around the mid- 68 per cent, were required for and have been conductd with many varieeggs and poultry meat, and 1 pig for dle of May, freezing weather prevail- utilized on productive enterprlzes." ties of wheat to determine their fly- Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Tenchers' Examination at Hartford. This Is the system used by farm resisting qualities. Exhaustive ln- Marshal each adult person or his equivalent. ed in middle Tennessee. Brood No. Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). management specialists of tho United lVC.stigatIons are under way on para- Enough calves should be rahed to re- 19 was again frozen before it complace each cow reaching the age of pleted its life cycle. These are the States Department of Agriculture In sites of tho Hessian fly. The main S years. This family live stock, it Is only times on record that freezing arriving at tho percentage of efficien presence or absence of any particular jf Woman ,1 f calculated, will require 1 ton of corn has occurred so late in that region. cy attained in tho use of man labor. object Is to determlno what effect the By these two successive freezes, 13 parasite has on periodical outbreaks and cob meal, 1,234 pounds of cotFamily and Farm Supplies. ot the fly. tonseed meal, 55 bushels of corn, years apart, it Is believed by specia Is tho farm producing such of the When tho last great outbreak came 40 bushels of oats, 4,200 pounds of lists of the United States Department cowpea hay, 2,100 pounds of oat hay, of Agriculture that the brood may family foods as are adapted to local five or six years ago no such complete 4,200 pounds of corn roughage, green have been exterminated over a large conditions In ample quantities for the preparation for study had been mado. FOR PERSONA!. HVniFNP. welfare of the family? If tho threatening ono materialize forage from 2 acres, and 5 acres of part of the territory it orjginally i Dissolved in water for douche top family living fur- this spring the preparation that has pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflamThe value of the or their equivalent. A fair ,cupied.in Tennessee. To determine mation. Recommended by Lydla E. provision to a head for worl stook is exactly what the effect has been, the nished directly from tho farm is one been made should result iu a numFinkham Med. Co, for ten yean. 60 bushels of corn, 40 bmJiels of bureau will get reports from that of the Important factors determining ber of important studies. A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, Tho section this spring from men who the amount of the incomo of the farm oats, and 3 tons of roughage. ore throatand tore eye Economical. buH extriordlniry cleADfioa snd irrTmiadAl rwwrr. arrangement of crops and pasturage watched the brood there in 1S94, and tho degreo to which the farm Aro You Happy? Ibicsle 'Frn, 50c. JI Jrugjiu. er K..n.J ty I Children to meet these requirements are sug- the year it was first frozen. Obser- siness Is safe and profitable, says the To bo happy you must bo well. If VnuJ. TheP.ilonTcJ.tConip.iir. nlon.Klm. gested In United States Department vations will be mode at points where United States Department ot Agricul- you are frequently troubled with con Safe Old Fashioned of Agriculture Circular No. S3, the brood developed in countless ture. This Is especially true of the stipation and indigestion you cannot w r iiciuiujr iui ui 1115 tj. "Testing Farms in the South for numbers that year. Brood No. 19 smaller farms. bo altogether happy. Take ChamSeventy-fivycars'contin JX The garden and live stu'k which berlain's Tablets to correct these disIs the largest of the Efficiency in Management." broods. uous use isthe best lesti monial FKEY'S VERMIFUGE It has been studied during each of supply the larger part of the family orders. They are prompt and effecJBL . . can oiler you. its appearances since 1S03 and a com- food aro usually cared for at times tual, easy and pleasant to tnke. m 0 Garden ScetK Cheaper. Keep a bottle always on that Interfero comparatively little Indication that there is a plentiful plete history of it is kept among the with the regular hand. It will help keep IB I farm commercial enhi is the little ones happy and supply of garden seeds this spring, records of the Bureau of Entomology, rU I terprises, and by labor which otherhealthy. with the possible exception of certain Department of Agriculture. 30c ft bottle at your dm ccta's or wise would not be utilized. Further, general iloic; or if your dealer varieties of peas, is contained in resz.&k riiifiVi hi i Succeed when everything else fails. can't .upply you. .end liitname ports received by the Buicju of Mar- Test Eggs Twice During Period of it has been found that, up to a con Drugstores SeHlt. M) and 30c in itamp. and we'll In nervous prostration and female siderable sizo of farm business, when m end you a bottle promptly. Incubation. kets, United States Department of '.vcaknesse they are the tupn-mthe family food is produced on tho Five million people L4S. FREY. BJiioore. Md. remedy, ai thousands have testified. Agriculture, from representative seed All eggs should be tested at least item, plus the fuel and use it to KILL COLDS FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND dealers engaged In whole sale, recall, twice during the period of incubation, farm, tills furnished by the farm, HILL'S r STOMACH TROUBLE study of on about the seventh and fourteenth shelter busint'si. and it is the best medicine ever sold catalogues indi- days, nnd the infert io eggs and those amounts to an equivalent of the rent several A on the over a druggls's counter. cates that in tli-- majority of cates containing dead germs removed, say for the entire farm or interest CASCARAgQUININE e74nmMaa(aOTMBMann WILL YOU the prices of seeds are less than for poultry experts or the United States whole farm investment. the past two years, tho greatest re- Department of Agriculture. While TAKE OUR Used nt Homo Big Item In ttOMlDE duction being for cabbage seed. eggs can be tested ou the fourth or Products Farm Income. Standard cold remedy for 20 years' Marked reductions nro also shown in fifth day, but the development in eggs MY HEAD! m laDicc jorm saie, aure. no Dairy products constitute tho most prices for garden beet, carrot, having brown bhclls often can not be the opiates Dream up a cow in Z4 Important group of foods, measured When tho nours relieves crip in 3 aayi. onion, spinach, and English and Swe- seen by the use of an ordinary egg r.ioney dick ii it lain, me A Treatment head fcols in money vuiiiu, uuusumuu uy inu avcox nas a Red nDlllinnV HBBk genuine dish turnip seed. An Increase of tester until tho seventh day. erage farm family, says tho United ' n top witn Mr. uura or for WEAK Eggs ojiitiiinlng dead gcims soon about IS per cent is noted In tho picture. WJIIH'F aches, when LSBSBBHWBBr TJ At All Drug Stort$ prices for garden peas, while similar decay and give off a bad odor If al States Department of Agriculture. LUNGS or ono feels all increases are shown for muskmelon, lowed to remain in an incubator CONSUMPTION summer and winter squash, and to- Most incubator companies furnish perhaps a ir mato seed. This condition should with their machines testing chimnoys w provo favorable to extensive garden which will fit tho incubator lamps. mV e WbkL0f o on relief down tongue it A quick pains (or that tired, runsweats, (celiac, licmor couebs, In elicit, nlcht planting, which is urged by the Electric or gas lamps may bo used is the signal rhairt-i-, weak luncs or consumption. If it dot JUnitcd States Department of Agri- In a box with a hole slightly smaller that poisons not help you it costs you nothlo. culture. than an egg cut in the side of tho Lock pox eio aro accumuOHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMRIIA O Replies to Inquiries addressed to box and at the same level as tho lating in the representative seed dealers showed light. system, and that a few In Industrial centers, parA good homemade egg tester or should be Six Yean Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now ticularly In tho East, were selling candler can be made from a largo cleaned out from 10 to 30 per cent less than last shoo box, or any box that Is largo at oncft. She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardni For year. The cause, apparently, was the enough to go over a lamp. It Is can bo best Her Recovery. shortage of labor on truck farms. made by removing tho end of tho box ascribed to our own neglect or Compared with normal conditions be- and cutting a hole a Httlo larger carelessness. ,y nen the organs fail in the discharge of their duties, fore tho war, the reduction In these than a quarter in the bottom. When Royie City, Tex. Mrs. Mary the better. That was six years agr tho putrefactive germs set in and eastern centers ranges from 10 to It is set over a kerosene, lamp, the ot this place, uaya; "After the and I am still here and am a well, generate toxins actual poisons, 45 per cent. holo In tho bottom should bo opposito On tho whole the sales to homo tho blaze. Tho lamp chimney should hlrth nt my little girl... my side com strong woman, and I owo my life to which fill ono's own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing Cardul. I had only taken half the gardeners seom to bo larger than project through tho other end of the menced to hurt me. I had to go back those of last year, ranging from a 5 box or a largo enough holo be cut to bottle when I began to feel better. of the face, extreme lassitude, bilto bed. "We called the doctor. He iousness, dizziness, sick headache, per cent increase In some sections to prevent tho box from burning. The misery In my side got less... I SO per cent In others. Dealers in Hciuttyoiuicswmacn.neartuurn, Peel rfcht all tho eggs aro tested with the large treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking Don't lay cf Tho the Cardul uyoiyu uiuuiu, uuuuiiu, loss 01 Jrom worx ior nays timo.raKing caiomet Dy the most northerly cities wore unable end up, so that tho size of tho air got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles and I weight and muscular power, do- - w'lon pleasant L!v- x keepa yew to report adequately becauso "tho sea- coll as well as tho condition of tho son hnd not advanced sufficiently at ombryo may bo seon. Tho testing waa unbearable... I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well res stance to infectious diseases, tako any thing else. You can't afford tho timo replies woro sent In. should tuko place in a dark room. threo months and suffered such acony and never felt better in ray life... 1 it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bys have never had any trouble from that disturbance of tho eye, dyspepsia, Tho infortllo egg, when hold before indigestion, gastritis, many forms tem. nml relieves constipation. A nat that I was Just drawn up in a knot. . . JOtust IJiood Twlco Froon. tho small holo with tho lamp lighted day to this." of catarrh, asthma, ear uffections JIT,! rcmcd' n?tura! In "acUons, bum I told my husband if he would get People who last year saw tho effect insido tho box, will loifk perfectly in results. It ,.u r 5lmn,.Q nml nll,n,l Do you suffer from headache, backlocust In clour, the sumo as u fresh one, whllo me a bottlo of Cardul I would try "uiv "urn won't bo long before- Liu. VeLax w n r '. ". cicada It. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discomcompletely displaco calomel in over countloss numbors and later saw tho u fortllo egg will show a small dark Tako castor oil, or procure at homo.i. Children can tako it freoly ant broken and brown as tho spot, known as the ombryo, with a I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel tho drug storo, trees nil n pleasant vege- - with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar- II result, may havo difficulty In realiz mags of Httlo blood veins cxtondlng evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf bo, .a! nl.L luwnre, caueu T nercos umcuu. wo ami at in Dottles. Konf i;r. without the likeness and sipn ing that this insect 13 u vanishing in nil directions, if tho embryo is llv me... for I knew I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a rieasant Pol'uts, composed of genuinoL, K. Grimsby. Hire of For Bale BpoQioe. Yet that is tho fact. Th iHg. if the ombryo is dwid the blood many days unless I bad a change for trial aloes and jalap, j, 7i 'f, h, WILLIAMS, - Hartford x man-labor Mllch cows aro kept practically on all farms. Tho avcrago fnriii family uses annually about 2.CO0 quarts of milk In tho form of milk, butter, cheese, or cream. In diary regions whore milk Is shipped or sold to creameries or cheese factories, prnctlcally all tho butter and cheeso used Is bought Instead of mado on tho farm. Very few farmers buy whole milk. About four-fiftof tho dairy products consumed by farmers nro produced on tho homo farm. In tho South dairy products aro used very freely. The common practice Is to churn tho whol milk for buttor, producing a larne eiuantlty of buttermilk. Tho nverago annual consumption of buttor per family Is about 230 pounds In tho South while for families in the North and West it Is less than 150 pounds. It Is not famunusual for tho averago-slzc- d ily in tho South to consume 2,000 quarts of buttermilk a year. Buttermilk Is a cooling and healthful drink for that climate. DIRECT OR Y CIRCUIT COUItT. It. W. Slack, Owemboro. C. E. Smith, Hart Com'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner Judge IlKAVKR DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. dork It. W, King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDHVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonesv Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kosslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. ' tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal P. Koown, 1st Monday In March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 12 days 3d Monday in September FOR PRKSKNT YLWU ClTil. 4th Mondny in November Com'th. nnd Civil. 12 days E. 8. County Board of Education Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv. Xo. 1 R. A. Owon, Hartford", Route 6. Dun-de- c. i FARM DEPARTMENT. ; n. x. r , 13-ye- ar fly-fre- o . 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I., on July 1, to pay homage to "Tho Great American" nnd oJl that his Idoals, courage and spirit of adventure stood for In tho minds of tho youth of America , At the shrine of tho American, tho memory of whom will never dim, tho scouts will hold a short service and pay silent trlbuto to the great leader ot men whoso lift was an inspiration to the youth of tho lion-htart- GOFF The Original No-Dope 1o Cough Sywp against Colds, Coughs, Whooping Cough, Croup, Hoarseness, Sore Throat and Bronchitis. Taken in time, GOFF'S protects against Influenza and Pneumonia. GOFF'S is the safe and efficient cough syrup. Contains no dope of any kind. No Chloroform, Opium, Morphine or Codeine. Made entirely from n herbi, used for years their healing, curative virtues. GOFF'S is best and safest for for Babies, Children and Grown-upKeep a bottle in the house all the time; a sudden cold or cough might develop or your children have WhooDing Cough or Croup. Get a bottle today! well-knows. 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Perhaps tho most pleasantand eagerly anticipated part of the trip will bo tho three-day- s' stop at the national Boy Scout camp at Bear Mountain, near West Point, N. Y. Here the boys will mingle with scouts from other sections of the country, compete with them In athletics and make new acquaintances. On July 2 the return trip will bo started by way of Goshen, Elmlra, Avalon, Buffalo and Niagara Falls, whore the boys will be allowed tlmo to view tho mighty waterfall. Erlo will be the final stop before arrival In Akron. The Itinerary will take the cars over tho splendid roads of tho Lincoln Highway and through country famous for Its scenic beauty. Camp will be made early each (lay so that tho best sites may be selected and plenty of time be afforded to tako every advantage of the rolling kitchen that will accompany the truck will certainly Camels is all there, and appeal to you. The "body" that smoothness! It's a delight! mellow-mildnes- s Go the limit with Camels! 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J. or Druggut m juc. ana cue. a LiottJo x IJiffiBCbHr ra If flTil I' jfr" yiffiU "ft'1 !. finntoits 1BF luidDfachm II il ! CASTORIA I lCCv 'WWW For Infants and Children. flitHjr tftv? ity (9 iy..-rvr,L- WSTORU tip" Acfablcrrcparation&rAs-'similatiniihcroodbyRcuU-- j 1ini?mcStomadisandBotfclsM. li:..Art;(Vstioii fnmhincnor Mothers Know Always Bears the Signature of Tf lb Genuine Castoria ii : !o rk H - DAY SI'EXT IN ItOLTj CALLS Inventor, Is tho "WORK," SAYS EDISON according to Wo greatabout three oat ovorcatlng. In ono afternoon during the prestimes as much as Is good for us, he "electrical wizard," says. Ono pound nnd a half dally is ent session of congress there were America's Thomas A. Edison, lias celebrated anwhat Mr. Edison allows himself, and fle roll calls In the house. Clerks other birthday, his 73rd, and ho pro- ho proves that great work can be estimated that they called 5000 claims to tho world that ho is "still names, and members did little mora dono on that amount by doing It. .going strong." A few years ago ho than answer "here." The cost of a ot being announced his Intention roll coll In tho house has been calcu"Coffee at tho Look out For These hale, hearty, and lated to bo $1,314. Ono member. lleuns." nco of 85. Now ho sees no reason I Texas, Representative Blanton, of why a man should not llvo as long of Agriculture by making the point of order of no Tho Department as tho redwood treo of California, a warns buyers against two quorum, was responsible for these matter of several thousand years. coffeo beans tho South American five calls, and for tho consequent cost "Hard work Is tho secret of success "pfiffnn linnn" flip nfhor ns 'nmi' enffnn to tho government of $6,570. While and happiness" Is Mr Edison's con- n hch ar8 b(jlng exploIted by this is tho record day for roll calls, ;iusiuii ami uu la imiuuu tu bvv u tuiiu- - extravagant statements In advertise- It is by no means unique. Such deency on tho port of young men to bo ments. Tho former Is tho Jack bean' lays and wasto ot money aro freshirkers. Ho Is glad the eight-hotho latter tho soy bean. Both are quent. And It was found that up to lay wns not Invented when ho was of all the n plants, and thero Is no a recent dato a young man, for ho does not think justification, says tho department, roll calls had been insisted upon by tlint ho could havo accomplished a either for extravagant advertising ono member. Senator La Folletto ingreat deal on that basis. Ho puts i unuer new names nor iur u.ui uiuuu voluntarily cured the senate some in from 16 hours up. time ago of permitting Indiscriminate prices for the seed. Another troublo with Americans Tho uso of tho seeds of various le- roll calls upon tho request of a single gumes and cereals as coffeo substi- member. While engaged In making Legumes which a speech lasting several days, the tutes Is not now. have been used or exploited as coffeo senator, in order to force tho others beans Include tho soy bean, cowpea. to Hston to him, or to get a breathchick pea, horso bean, nnd Jack bean. ing Bpell, asked frequently for a roll Othor legumes used to some extent as call, which was his privilege. The finally ruled that the coffeo substitutes, all of which nro uatlvo species nnd commonly known senator was not In order with hts as coffeo plants, nre coffo berry or requests and the ruling was sustained Sickness That LlnRcrs, or Strain of coffee weed, coffeo bean plnnt or bor-r- by the Senate. C'ailiiK for Other, Makes Spring and tho Kentucky coffeo tree. The Pnjs DaiiRCious. seeds of a fow of these legumes, es WILD GOOSE HITS PILOT pecially tho soy bean, possess some merit as coffee substitutes, but. tho While 4000 Joet above the earth Gin? HACK YOUH STKENGTH desirability of any Is a mattor of in an airman in North Dakota ran into dividual taste. This uso has led to a fllock of Canadian wild geese. Ho tho oxtenslvo advertising ot such tried to dlvo under them, but pno ot Itetl Mood Means OhMlnic Vigor, ' and seeds nt various times undor mislead the birds struck tho pilot on the head ii Ilulltls Itich, ing names by enterprising individuals and rendered him unconscious. The lied Wood and oven to their large uso as adulter- piano passed out of control and did a ants of tho truo coffeo. tall-spi- n toward tho earth. After o soy uean, aimosi since us m- 111 this win- Terhnps you'vo been drppplng 3000 feet, however, tho piinr or others In the family havo. ' irouuciion iiuo America, uus ucon- lot recovered and rlghtod his mannd you've worn yourself out with exploited nt different times as "cof- chine. . . uuw juut fun linrrv" "pnffnn bean." "now cofo oxira uurueiia. auu fee Plant," "domestic coffeo berry," strength is slow to return. KEKLEY INSTITUTE CLOSES Week after week you'vo felt too nnd 'now domestic coffee berry.' For tired for anything, nnd havo looked "any years the soy bean has been As a result ot prohibition, the it, too color bad, eyes dull, and no used to a slight extent in Europe, Keeloy Cure Institute at Dwight, 111., especially Switzerland, as a substlonthuslabin. most famous sanitarium in the south-no- t the Whon you don't feel well you are tuto for coffee. In Japan and world for alcoholism, has gono out of well. Probably what you need em Itussla tho soy bean Is prepared business for lack of patients. The right now Is tho good blood tonic, as a coffeo substitute and placed on great plant will bo taken over by This product is ground over- -. tho market. Physicians tho government as a reclamation stan for very fino and has much tho same whore rocoinmond tion for crippled soldiers. anomlo pooplo. Ask your pearance as coffee, For those who desire a substitute sup-- 1 n doctor about It. A FAMILIAH PIECE blood-starve- d for coffee as a drink, tho dry beans plies tho things that (Inspecting the newly Cameron ony variety of soy boan, when people lack. It puts Iron and vigor of furnished dining room in Letson's In tho blood. It paints tho cheeks , proporiy roasieu uiiu iiruiwreu, wuy houso). It's fine, oil man! Tli ore's In Nature's way, and restores tho ho usod. Prepared as coffee, tho something about it that makes It soy bean gives a liquid which in color hearty appetite. look homelike The blood is naturally sluggish in and arouta Is similar to coffee, but Lotson I guess It's tho sideboard, Many tho Spring and the whole family )t has no stimulating effect. ono that usod to bo bepeoplo fond of cereal drinks think Cam. It's the would profit by taking hind Tim Leary's bar. Judge. --t which tones up and builds up. It Is tho soy boan coffeo fully equal to the i and soon makes you cereal coffee substitutes. lileasant-tastln- g Opportunities approach only thode The uso of tho'Jack bean for "near" ieol better. Your own druggist has who uso thorn. Emerson. If ready for your call, and In both coffpo Is not a now thing, and its m liquid and tablet form, Just as you merit for this purpose is no greater To road without reflecting Is like than that of many other boons. For eating without dlgestlng.T-Bur- ko. prefer. you get the forage, tho jack bean is not oqual to Hut to bo certain that mm ask for It by the soy bean, volvot boan or cowpea, genuine and thus far It has not 'shown that the full name, "dude's FOR FLETCHER'S Look tor the name "Gude's" It is ot any particular valuo In American agriculture. Advertisement. on tho package. hard-workiur well-knowone-four- th ti lncrcoynoiuuus" , Cheerfulness andRcstW, ... r.-- !.. . iJ n..wttrrx Xest Senna JZocJUUt Salts juujejm- WZriaattSbJb HinnMa CknutlSa&r !- mm W -, 111 1 train. Interest in the trip Is Intense and tho rivalry for selection as members of the party has given a tremendous impetus to perfection in scout work. How Diphtheria One often "I 1- J Trv-- ,..ln.ArBf A icipiuuwi- u- .. j ' " i I r I rvr a Af " i. hi c mm SKatf 5?Ef resulUniihercftoraMnWan - """ . . Re Simile Signature" lDECEsrAnCwn,fC jr r Uu a u For Over is Contracted. hears tho expression, 'My child caught a severe cold which developed into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply left the little one particular susceptible to the wandering diphtheria If your child has a cold when diphtheria Is prevalent you shouK" take him out,pf school andkeep him off tho street until fully recovered, as there Is a hundred times more danger of his taking diphtheria when ho has a cold. When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given It quickly cures tiro cold and lessens tho danger of diphtheria or any other germ m disease being contracted. germ. 2,000 SEE NEGRO HANGED. San Augustine, Tex., March 23. saw John Two thousand persons negro, leHood Price, a gally hanged on the public square here today, following his conviction last night of the murder of John Kennedy, a farmer. Thero was no demonstration. FEAR EXHAUSTION OF RADIUM SUPPLY jtfEWTtui Thirty Years CASTORIA Er"' Copy of Wrapper. THCCCMTUH COMMIT, MCW TOBK CITT. Has Winter Worn You Down? " nt "( 'fck. y, FTiAC 1 MmMrk Makes Floors SMne Covers AH Blemishes Peiito-Mimgii- .. V That scuffed and dingy floor that's been getting on your nerves will take on a new lustre if you treat it to a coat of Spot-La- c, It's the same with furniture that's a trifle soiled, but perfectly good. And best of all, the Spot- .Lac ia of the celebrated Red Spot family. Ready for instant use. it I Popto-Manga- n. Pepto-Munga- Popto-Mauga- 27. European London, March physicians and surgeons aro becoming seriously alarmed at the prospect of early exhaustion of the world's supply of radium. While the demands ot scientists and medical men for tho mysterious mineral are rap-IdIncreasing, the supplies aro becoming' Increasingly harder to find. Ores from which it was hoped radium might be extracted have proved valueless. . It takes scores of tons of oro to yield a single gram of radium and a vast amount of labor recently has been expended on tho extraction process without obtaining even a fraction of a gram. Jl great odvanqe In the'prlce of radium, which Is now $8,000 a gram, Is expected In the near ly ACTON BROS., UAIlTFOItD, KY. Popto-Manga- n, Pepto-Manga- n, Popto-Manga- n. Children Ory OASXORIA herd was started have Increasod to 296. In addition there aro on tho range 125 elk (not Including calves of last year), 33 antelope and 13 mulo deer. It Is believed that tho future. range Is largo enough to support 800 preparation for a famino of tho bison, 400 antelope, In 500 deer and previous mineral tho British Radium elk, Instltuto Is preparing a weak solution 800 of radium, which gives oft luvisublo Aihei-tMiif- r Helps rurmliiK emonatlous. The latter are being Not long ago a South Dakota farmbottled and supplied to doctors er gave a country editor In his vicinia ty one ot tho surprises ot hla ltto. Wild Ilouls Inci'cnM) " In the 10 years sinco tho Montana Stopping Into tho editor's office ho Nattoual Bison Range wns establish- announced briskly: "I want to coned the 37 buffaloes with which the tract for Home spaco In your paper wookly for the coming year." Tho odltor gasped but then smiled happily. "I always havo somethftig to sell or trado or olso I want to buy something," tho farmer contiuued, "and so I want this space reserved for ino. That will save my runnliiK to town every tlmo I havo an advertisement to lusert. Regular advertlsiua; is the sort which gets results." That editor Is losing no opportunity to point out that In ono viry real sonso a farmer is a buslnesj tunn and can promota his business by intelligent systematic advertising. H fXEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Claire.) ST)te mention last week that 3: soot no' longer necossary for the TtauwfABtPor to tnrn his glans down as x. jpKc refusal to drink wine reminds r my first experience at a ban- hm itwwt. It was nt tho Old Inn In Louls- -fl.n, then the Scclbach, and the xanKTfMt holstery in the city, at a Tnwwt feanquot. I was recently from iKns stocks and not skilled In the art riqjiotlng. Wllliapi Henry Jones, ulStar of the Glasgow Republican, ara& wjpposlte mo and I know William 'Jfrawy was an oldtlmer, so I thought "When he turn- Jf wjttld lollow him. mH Mr, wlno glass upside down I did iSkvitl&Q nnd to my severe dlsap- "jHtKsUnent everybody wa3 served wlno Xtst William Henry and myself. For- 'iXaralKy It was a flvo course dinnor nsxi, deserting tho leadership of the i3itxsspvr editor, I got fur .losses of arwswr niter all, but I have had v ' r5?5mncB against William Henry Jtoaxa avery since. M. II. Combs went to Owens-bor- o Tuestlay on business. Mr. J. W. Carter went to Fords-vill- o Wednesday, on business. Fluke, ploase tell Duke to fix that Mr. Elijah Morris was in "tlmpln" sheet, or movo thoe bonds Saturday, on business. nbout a column to the right. Mr. Arvln Willis, of Owensboro, TO OWNERS OF was the guest of relatives at Sunny-dal- e, UXTAOGHD DOOS this week. yiT" v H... Mr. Alva Wade, ot Indianapolis, The law make3 It tho duty of every Intl., Is hero for a visit with his sis citizen, both old and young, to pay ter, Mrs. W. K. Hardin. k VJEFFCIENT the special tax on their dog or dogs Murphy left hero Mr. Hnrland and as visible evidence that you have this week for Bowling Green, whero compiled with the law, your dog must ho will seek employment. wear a tag. Most all of the peoplo Mrs. Lon Ralph, of Hartford, spent and nil of us Saturday and Sunday here, with, her want to be ought to be, but If wo fall or refuso sister, Mrs. Tone Baughn. to comply with this special statute, Messrs. W. IC. Hardin and Onls to that extent wo are violators of Whltehouse went to Owensboro this tho law, even though wo think but week, with n load of tobacco. little about the matter. You aro Mrs. Frank Coppage, of Dundee, Why continue to wa9te fuel by inefficient being criticised, tho County is being visited her daughter, Mrs. Onls heating methods when it's so high and scarce? criticised and I am being criticised, Whltehouse, here this week. and, for my part I am resolved to Mr. and Mrs. Finis Wallaco left You can, have better heating at less cost with perform my duty. Hartford Tuesday, for Akron, Ohio, the CaloriG Pipelcss Furnace. The EFFICIENT You may pay tho tax and procure where they will probably locate. a tag for your dog, If you own only :-Mrs. Magnolia Smith, spent from to boast over an un- - one male dog, for $1.00, by calling Saturday until Monday at Hartford, SI silnt fair If the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Jesse TKraaninle friend, but I can't resist in person on tho County Clerk. V2ix temptation to brag to Fluke that you attend, to the matter by mall the Casebler. Mrs. J. T. Hoagland and son.and jam np here whero tho hills are al- -, cost Is only 2 cents extra. Now longer, this matter don't .53t- - carpeted with the wonderful if you neglectnot procured any tag for mother , Mrs. Dudley Ford, of Fords-vlll- e, tho have and that liquor Is as plentl- -' are visiting relatives near here, ?asJ-aswater. And you don't your dog do so, do it now, before this week. SaS as iranch against Jtawtjc to buy it either. There aro proceedings are instituted Mr. and Mrs. Rosal Park spent last &ilks who seem to have an in- - you. If the matter of your failure is Sunday at Cromwell, the guests of ttexian 23iWKJUblo supply of it, and when brought before the County Judge their sister, Mrs. W. C. Wade, and s?jry tfrink. don't llko to drink alone, yod may count yourself lucky to es Mr". Wade. The CaloriG is the original pipelcss furnace ax 2IJa Wheeler Wilcox didn't say. cape under $25.00, and almost as Mr. and Mrs. Stenson Park, of triple-casin- g patent. Heats buildings of 18 certain as fate you will be caught In Clear Run, and Miss Gladys Bennett, rooms or less . through one register. We sell net, because we are going to, as of Hartford, spent the week-en- d 5 aotft know whether you folks the with the CaloriG because we know it is a proven JE1iukb Micro know much about that stated above, perform our duty as Miss Alma Baughn. success. It circulates pure, healthful, clean heat Sheriff. We must do it and you SM&vir McCracken's Jefferson county Mr. William Hlnes, or Arkansas, in every room, upstairs and down. Burns any 5s!paJation or not, but when over at ' know what will follow. Don't bo visited relatives In this vicinity last fueL Temperature regulated from first floor. iK.lsIUo recently I ran into somo surprised to see one of my Deputies week. He was accompanied home t3aS old neighbors and found out all' or myself any day. We are going by his nephew, Jethra-Lee- . Installed in old homes or new, usually in one It, nnd much to my surprise It after all alike. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Arbuckle, of day. Costs less than stoves required to heat S. A. BRATCHER, But I'll be durned if I William's Mines, have returned to the same space. Sold under the money-bac- k Sheriff Ohio County. JJAnTt always think the fellow lootheir home, having been called here guarantee of The Monitor Stove Company, by the death of their father, Mr. J. ked jsjtriJclous. CENTRAL GROVE. Cincinnati, Ohio, and backed by our own W. Vance. h personal guarantee of your complete satisfacSXenniners are not all ungrateful Little Alma Loulso Tichenor Is "YXjiispr I was standlnc on the street In 1906 the Goodyear Tire & RubMs3sSlri 8 tion. Come in and see the CaloriC and find ver nl at th,s writmB- ber company made but 25 tires a day. jb iasilsvlllo, talking with that prince Mr- - and Mrs- out about its many exclusive advantages. of Mc" It now makes 43,000. i Porter: I : Knights of the Grip. Coleman1 when he spied Rex Arbuc- - Henr' vlslted hls father and mother, "cently. - Jron sale. jte. Beaver Dam Rex. sitting in a,Mr-The- L- - Porter' this I)lace are Blad ' IePle ot snwJtfino on the other side of tho Large Saddle and harness Horse, and on his motion we walked to know that Erasmus Bishop has D., if emruii the street and gaveTtex a roy- - 1uit EoIB to B. Pretty it has anything safe anil gentle. Will sell cheap. i to do wltu tne weather. Address: P. O. Box 353", Hartford, a.1 Slatting. Miss Nellye Roeder has returned to Ky. 40t2 a Gvtfy a few hours ago I dropped scho1 aBa,n aIter two weeks' absence . iL..y j )ii. i).W .in GERMANY of the big banks of Louis- - on account of the illness and death Htfl i brother-in-laBirch Martin. Ste nd.fpent a pleasant half hour ot her Mrs. woel Ticnenor uieu at me So crowded are housing conditions. Jt "s.viliL one of Us officials mind you, """"'"ftriiRVii j mat calling no nailies, and we incl- - home of her brother, Mr. Birch Mar- in Coblenz where American troops aro 1 1 D1 inj.iinii' i ) Ossaljiny discussed Fluke and Doc and un- - iuarcu XJla- - D" IUUVCS u "ua- stationed tha.t in many tascs an in1 j Mfrn TRIPLE-CASING Brnoou. and to what a low ebb fish- - uand and tnree mue BlrIS t0 mourn American family and a German fam FURNACE THE ORIGINAL P1PELESS PATENT ily are quartered In the same hous (D 19. The M. S. Co. Irocluad fallen at the mouth of Gras--.T- her loss. Mr. Birch Martin died at his home or apartment and use the same kitchSunday March 21, of Influenza and en. There Is scarcely a house In th6 v, automobiles moving about. ROSIXE CLEAR 1WS. He Is survived by his city that is not giving shelter to one ""Xftc dear old Republican is just pneumonia. Jlrs. James Kirk spent Wednesday wife, two sons and one daughter. or more allied soldiers or members in and around Roslno aro Fariners L& a letter from home each week. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turvery busy now, preparing for a crop, , Mr. Charllo Trogdon is on tho mpntlnn Inst wpfik nf Innklnnr The remains were laid to rest in the of tho Rhlneland commission. ner HImes, of Barnett's Creek. . sick list this week. At present there aro some 15,000 pulling the blinds down Central Grove bury,nB ground' on Elvis C. Funk, who has boen ill since the heavy ruins have ceased. U. S. troops stationed in the bridge- with stomach trouble is no better and Mr. James Kirk, of Taffy, visited Mr. John Pierce, of Horse Branch, o rtie office just made my mouth Ule ""lowing nay, " -head area. Approximately 200 Amer- expects to be taken to the government has sold his property and located at friends at Barnett's Creek Sunday. n,affc,r In thinking of oldtlmes. But NOTICE ican officers and their families aro hospital for treatment, in a few days. Beaver Dam. Ho 13 now In Roslne, Mr. Kale Hlggs, of Hoflln, visited xseM not holp wondering whero living in Coblenz and the war defcr the thunder ho gets it now? friends hero and at Taffy the latter Farmers are not doing much to- visiting friends and relatives. Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court will partment at Washington had just den Rev. Marlow and Rev. Fielden are part of last week. receive bids on not less than two nor cided that qwlng to the congestion ward their Spring work, the weather Mrs. Rebecca Slurry will visit her l"2jru was one member of tho re more than four tractors, for road continues so bad. The roads are be- conducting a series ot meetings at n.uii legislature who seemed to get work, all bids will bo received and In tho city no more officers are to bo ing worked so when'farmers get busy Salem, with great success. Old Sa- daughter, Mrs. Sallie Leisuro, of permlted to bring their wives or fam- that much will bo done. Owonsboro, this weok. lem is alivo onco more for God. Miuor-- t .attention from tho lady lobby-at- fj opened on tho Gth day of April, 1920. ilies from America until conditions other' members put OHIO COUNTV FISCAL COURT. Sunday School urn organized- - at Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hanley aro tho dirui all the Messrs. Clyde and John Elbert improve. r.civi2ier, and spent a lot ot his time Funk are the happiest men, just now, the local Baptist Church laht Sun- proud parents ot a now daughter, By W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk. iAi&Mantlng around with thera. But Each ot them day. Everybody cordially Invited to who arrived ono day last week. In our community. w FIRE EXTINGUISH Mrs. Efffe Stowart is cojiflncd to I .riat no use calling names and, be- have a baby girl at their homes. .. The ,t attend each Sunday. Tho first long distance auto tour . . I like Ike, anyhow. Mr. Lafe Emery has opened up a her room, suffering with rheumatism from Cleveland to Now York was mile lames are nameu resjiecuvuiy The tiro which has been raging un- Dorothy Hazel and Ernestine. Mr. Leo Johnson met with a very full line of groceries in Rosine, while made in 10 days. derground at tho Blrard Mammoth A called Fluke on long distance rumor says tho Produce House here, painful accident Tuesday, whllo pilsold for six colliery, Raven Run, Pa., for 15 years managed by Mr, Baize, has changed ing brush, a limb struck him in tho In 1S98 gasoline .jait jriuitloned him to bo careful lest has at fast been brought under coneyo. paper for his cents a gallon. hands, to Mr. Tom McQuady. .aortic Nnll sued the trol. It Is expected to reclaim hundreds of thousands ot tons of anthracite from tho burned area. WHY FEED HOGS "p""'""8 lfllll T J 11 HUKUHURST. Mr. 1U11 suit It could break evon by falling to tako Ice one morning. JUiJ ! UiU 1'UJIUI 1WOV .W ro , bTBlh HCWMUCH FUELar.YOU WASTING ? LOR IS SAVING '3 THE FUEL UUaf law-abidi- stovesJLISgL tf aaasra?!: s ' nSJfficient ml - 76,000 BUILDINGS TO Vz IN OVER , 1IH vU IW t?0t S3 Pun Jy a&J0, oft:, W.J. )t m& BEAN, - Dealer I Hartford, Ky. hi. iinnr LswlmAmm&mk M OUe -' ICIENT mwmmimwsm tauh w mm V A' -- "tr-loorun- ' -- uui, OH! I See! g eoree Delker Buggies! entered tho convent of St. Catherine, on St. Sinai, for moro than 1,400 years. No woman has That Eat More Than Others Do to Make the Same Growth? When You Can Get the BIG LAND SALE On May 27th, 1920 At 1:30 O'clock P.M. There will be sold at Aberdeen, in Butler Co., Ky., about 1,400 acres of Coal, Timbered and Farming Lands, known as the Aberdeen Coal Co. Land, and the Aberdeen Ferry at public auction to settle the estate of the late Mrs. N. J. Wilford. This land is located on Green Rivei just below Morgan-towand is the land on which the Aberdeen Coal Mine was once operated. It is said that there are good prospects for oil upon it. There is a good farm in operation upon this land with farm houses and out buildings. The Aberdeen Ferry is equipped with new ferry boat and will be sold including ferry house and a small piece of land on east bank of Green River separate from the main body of the land. n, y 4-- The oil lost annually by the burn lng ot oil wells is equal to nearly barrels. mm LIVIA, ROUTE 2. Mr. Joe Simmons, of Owensboro, was in this community last week. Mr. L. P. Bennett, of Hartford, R 7, was In this cpmmunlty Sunday. Mr. Wlllio Bartlett made a business trip to Owensboro, Saturday. Miss Ophelia French Id spending this week with friends near Hartford A birthday dinnor was given at tho home of Mr. R. R. Cundiff Sun's day, March 28th, it being Mr. birthday. Only his children and their families wore present. Mr. Jlmmle Bartlett, of this community, has decided that he can not raise a crop this spring and go to Glenvlllo every day tbo, so he has brought his lady friend to this neighborhood to live. Wo all agree with him that It is a very good plan If ho didn't want to mako a failure on a crop. Cun-dlff- f o.i. c. J&. Which makes the nicest dressed hog in the world and is a great pig producer, the least inclined to rogue, and I never knew of one to catch a chicken. Spring is here, and the roads will soon be fine. So get that Geo. Delker Buggy while getting is good. 'We have a good stock now, but are not assured of 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. Address, look-ove- r. prompt dejivery in the future. ACTON BROTHERS Hartford, Kentucky. Tho first transcontinental run from New York to San Francisco was made iu two'months. For particulars, address - DENNY P. SMITH, ' CADIZ, KENTUCKY. Executor y- - TAFFY A few more pretty days and wo will begin to see the new buggies and Route 7 LOYALL P. BENNETT, Hartford, Ky. , -- Homo I'hono 108 1 rings. l 4 -- u j.