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FRENCH TROOPS TAKE CITIES IN GERMANY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, city limits. Tho French found only CAVE CITY BANK IS municipal 'pollco. Thus thero was no resistance of any kind. LOOTEt) BY BANDITS Immediately aftor entering, Gener al Do Goutto Issued a proclamation declaring mrrtlal law. ,Ho declared tho purposo of tho occupation "was to Locked President In Vault treaty, and assured tho populace his And Escaped With troops would bo withdrawn as soon as tho German government troops had $8,500.00 evacuated tho Ruhr regulation. .10E WILSON CLEARED tourDetectives In ing cars, armed with rifles nnd pistols, were scouring the country north of Jctfcrsontown this afternoon In search of a Buick roadster carrying two men, answering tho description of tho bandits who robbed tho People's Bank at Cavo City Tuesday and in last night stole an automobile Glasgow, in which to mako their getaway. Detectives Elvln nnd Ellis, maintaining a watch in a big car along tho Bardstown Road, turned into Watterson's Lanq this afternoon for a reconnaissance, but after'proceed-ln- g a few hundred yards, tried to turn around. Tho lano 13 narrow and in tho otfort tho car was backed Into a ditch and stuck in tho mud. As tho detectives tried to extricate their machine, a Buick roadser passed them liko a flash and was lost to sight In a few moments boyond a bend in tho road. Watch Shclbyvillo Rond. Getting their car out, the over tho lano to Jctfcrsontown and then back on the Taylorsvlllo Road to Hike's Point, whero they called for Detectives Yourell and St. Clait, who had been watching tho Dixie Highway in Craig Culbertson's high-powertwo-follo- FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. 4t Act To Enforce Treaty Is Claim, British Mark K ing Time. Paris, April C. Tho United States ovornmont has addressed a noto to Franco protesting against tho occupation of Frankfort and other German cities, it Is learned upon highest authority. Tho noto is uhdorstood to V bo framed in tho clearest posslblo terms. United States Ambassador Wallace had a conference with Premier this artcrnoon. Tho mooting of tho ambassadorial council, which Mll-lora- nd ' was to have been held today, has been Lord postponed until tomorrow. Derby, British ambassador to Franco, is on routo to Paris from London after a conferenco thero with Lord Curzort, tho British foreign minister. By C. F. llcrtclll. Pnrls, April G. Tho Ruhr situation is regarded In quarters hero as nothing short of a hugo game ot bluff being played by both sides. Franco has proceeded to occupy Frankfort, Darmstadt and other cities without knowing what tho attltudo of the AllidEs will bo. Tho Germans who Saturdav shouldered tho responsibility for sending troops into tho Miur district now claim that the number of troop3 sent into tho neutral zona is only sufficient to quell a&ts of lawlessness and is far from 100,000, which is tho flguro given by tho French. Scheme. diplomats in Paris assert German tho French move is only part of scheme to obFranco's tain Frankfort as a pawn, and also fo Qffset Britain's dominating Rhine position at Cologne. Until tho attltudo of Franco's allies and of tho United' States has been mado known both sides aro likely to mark time. ) tho German troops, remain Sn tho atuhr district only H3vn days as tho German government claims thoy vlll tho French troops will nii liavo tlmo cffcctivclyrto occupy the nontr.il zono, for according to Procilei Milltrand's announcement, thoy must evacuto tho torrltory as soon as Germany withdraws her troops from tho Ituhr base. Tho allied decision as to whethor or not to back tho French is therefore tho key to future developments. Tho tlmo is'drawlng near whon the rigidity of tho treaty of Versailles, as well as tho strength of tho bonds holding tho entente allies, will bo subjected by tho supremo test. well-informLong-Cherishlong-cherish- Joo Wilson, who was arrestod somo days ngo, charged with assault, was tried Monday in Police Court, and was acquitted by tho Jury, after hearing tho evidence Tho trial attracted qulto a bit of Intorest and a largo crowd was pres- 6nt. Tho Town authorities having no attornoy tho caso for tho City was handled by tho Mayor, J. E Bean, and tho novelty of the proceeding was tho chief attraction which drew spectators In numbers to fill tho Court Hall halt full. OSCAU BENNETT SPKCIAL i AGENT, CENSUS DEPARTMENT Britain Won't Participate. Great Britain, according to tho best British sources, horo does not Intend partclpatlng in tho movement against Germany. Sentiment in British circles sccjn to bo that Franco Is forcing tho issue and playing her own game, and thoreforo should solvo tho problem by herself. is nvorred by those in a to know, will consent to tako position if Franco is llkoly to gain a hand-bnlgreat preponderenco, in which case to British interests would be considered endangered, calling for British participation in order to limit Franco's zono of Influence in Germnn Britain, It y ) mlli-K-ta- ry torrltory. ancient "kaisorstadt" strategic rail Junction, financial center aud birthplace of Goethe, passed Into tho hands of French Senegaloz negro troops at 5 o'clock this morning, without At npy rate the British government is for tho present disinclined to precipitate a npw clash and Is Inclined to temporize with a viow to provontlng a rovlvoY of mllltnrlsm In Germany prompted by forolgn lntorforenco. Frankfort On Main, April 6, This ' bloodshed pr disorder. At tho samo time General Do Goutte, commander of tho French Darmstadt, Rhine army, occupied grand duchy of capital of the former Hesso, and a number of smaller Intermediate towns. All will bo held under tho German government troops industrial sent Into the rovolt-rldde- n sections of Westphalia have cleared i NUpon the first flash that tho were coming, tho garrison commanders of the Reichswehr troop3 both hero and in Darmstadt, received orders from IJorlln to withdraw their troops immediately ton kilometers (more than six miles) outside the out. Oscar Bennett, of Hartford, has been appointed Special Agent with tho Census Department, having tho torrltory embraced within Hancock. nnvinss. McLean. MuhlonburK. and Ohio counties. His duties aro to ob- tnln a special census of manufac turing plants of ovory sort and char acter and all industrial concerns, such as Coal Mines, Quarles, Oil concerns, etc. It Is estimated that the period of .employment will cover somo four months tlmo. Parkland. Mr. Bennett Is ono of Hartford's twln-sl- x Yourell and St. Clair Joined them most worthy young nien and we foel certain tho Department will bo well and tho country was scoured for a satisfied with tho character of ser- - trace of the car. Believing tho fugitives might be vlco that Oscar will render. trying to mako tho Shelbyvllle Pike . and drive to Cincinnati, that city and COUNTY BOARD OF others along tho road to tho East EDUCATION MEETS were notified. Officers were guard at Shelbyvllle, LaThe Ohio County Board 6i Educa grange and other towns. Bandit Eludo Posse. tion was in session hero tho latter part of last week, In a ono day's meet Glasgow, Ky., April 7. Two bank ing, with tho following members robbers who pushed President Sampresent: Superintendent E. S. How uel D. Caldwell In tho vault of the ard, presiding, R. A. Owen, H. C. People's Bank of Cavo City, thirLake, Claud Rcnfrow, Robert Goff, teen miles north of here, Tuesday Otis Stevens and Nat Llndley. noon and escaped with $8,500 in curTho Board unanimously adopted rency, gold and silver, last night rea salary schedule for Teachers rang turned to Glasgow Junction with a ing from $75.00 to $120.00 per horso and buggy stolen from a farm month, based upon class of certifi In tho knob country, whero they had cates, experience and grade or class fled from a posse, and then continued of schools. Thl3 schedule, however, on their way to Glasgow, whero they Is subject to approval of tho State abandoned tho buggy and stole an Hero tholr trail was Board. automobile. Tho Board also adopted an order last. In tho buggy was found a noto reconvniendlng and requesting tho which read: Fiscal Court to lovy and advalorem "I have 'Just been fooling with you tax of forty cents on each $100.00 birds this time. Next time I'll show W." worth of taxable property subject to you a real stunt. taxation for common school purposes Tho bandits are said to have been recognized by Cavo City and Glasand $1.00 per capita. While tho Board did not elect an gow Junction residents who saw them attondanco officer, the salary was flee from tho bank in a Ford sedan, fixed at $120.00 per month, with an as Tom daughter, alias C. C. Wilson, estimnto of sevon months employ wanted in Alabama for bank robbery ment each year, tho said officer to and a fugitive from officers here for several months, and his wlfo, who at furnish his own transportation. m9 tho tlmo a sheriff's posso attempted KY. TIRE CONCERN'S to arrest the man at his home in REPRESENTATIVE HERE Glasgow Junction, hold tho officers at bay with a shotgun while her hus- Mr. J. W. Cambron, of Greenville, 'band escaped. representing tho Kentucky Tire and Ono Bandit a "Woman. Rubbor Association, a recontly or Wilson, as ho was known at Glasganized corporation which has In view gow Junctiori, was recognized by tho manufacture of automobile tires seVeral men and Dr. E. D. Turner of and kindred products, perhaps, was Cavo City. Several dalm to have In town Wednesday, in tho interest recognized tho smaller bandit as , of tho concern. Slaughter's VMfo dressed In male atTho Plant, lor which stock Is bo-i- tire. Sho has red hair. An Indicasold. Is to bo located in Louis tion that ono of tho bandits is a ville Mr. Cambron will return hero woman was tho discovery last night nt an early date, spending a week In by the pursuing posso that thr. footOhio County, canvassing for stock prints of ono of the bandits wero sutscrlbers. those of a woman. Tho posso of Glasgow, Munford-vlll- o, PARENT-TEACHE- R Cavo City, and Glasgow JuncASSOCIATION TODAY tion officers and citizens who took up tho trail of tho bank robbers yesAssociation The Parent-Teachterday afternoon pursued the fleewill hold Its regular meeting this ing pair until 3 o'clock this morning, afternoon, at 2:30, in tho School giving up the chaso in tho cave counbuilding. and ty, between Mammoth Cavo Tho Association will bo entortaln-o- d Rocky Hill, nlno miles' south of tho by tho pupils of Misses Taylor scone of the robbery. , and Moseloy. A profitable and At ono tlmo the poaso was so close meeting Is looked forward to them that tho two shod their ovto," and all who can possibly attend ercoats. They had abandoned a lap are Invited to do so. rug In tho Ford sedan in which they escaped from Cavo City, but not .1 MASONIC LODGE ACTIVE penny of tho stolen money wa3 at any Lodge, No. C75, F. & A. tlmo abandoned. Hartford M., held an interesting session MonFOR SALE. night, when tho E. A. degree day My house and lot In Hartford, Ky At the. next regular was conferred. degree will llko- Tho price is right. session tho Master's LOUIS T. RILEY. ly bo conferred upon a class of three. 30tt ' on er Ily left Tuesday for Lcltchfleld, whero thoy will mako their home. Several of tho young folks spent REGULAR SESSION Sunday afternoon with Miss Glyndean Clilnn. Tho afternoon wns highly by all present. Mrs. Llzzlo Taylor's Sunday school Important Business Dispos class gave an entertainment at tho M. E. Church last Friday night, which Of, School Tax was enjoyed by all present. Levy 40c. Mrs. Anna Strong, of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Cora Spranklo and Miss Ella McCoy, of Indiana, are visiting their The Ohio County Fiscal Court met parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. McCoy. Tuesday in Its regular April session, o- with County Judgo Mack Cook presidBIRTHDAY CELEBRATED. ing and W. C. Blankenship, Clerk, with tho following Justices present: Tho first birth anniversary of little Ed Shown, Q. B. Brown, .George W. Ruth Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Rowo', W. C. Daughorty, W. S. Dean, Mrs. Gilmoro Keown, was celebrated B. F. Rico and B. C. Rhoads. Sam Sunday at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs L. Stevens, of tho Beaver Dam Dis- S. O. Keown. Those present, besides trict was absent on account of illness. tho family were: Capt. J. A. Clark, County Attorney A. D. Kirk was also of Owensboro, great grandfather; W. present Wednesday and yesterday, A. Clark, of Sunnydale, grandfather; being absent tho first day on account Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Penland, of Louis-vlll- o, of onforccd absence from tho County. and Miss Bcssio Clark. As per recommendation nnd request of tho County Board of EducaK. OF P. WORKING. tion, the' County Levy for school purposes was fixed nt 40 cents on $100 Rough River Lodge, No. 110, worth 0$ taxable property located In Knights of Pythias at Its regular sesrural districts and $1.00 per capita. sion Tuesday night was well attendTho Court also purchased two trac- ed In a good meeting. Tho Rank of tors for road working purposes. Esquire being conferred, among othRowan Holbrook, C. O. Hunter, er business disposed of. Tho Lodge John H. Barnes and Judge Mack Cook plans to confer the rank of knight were appointed, as a financial com- at the regular session to be held mittee to complete arrangements Tuesday, April the 20th., which it whereby tho funds for the completion we mistake not, happens to fall ipon of the proposed work on tho the anniversary of the Institution of Green State Aid Road, the local Lodge, and the membership Beda to Pleasant Ridge section, may Is expected to turn out enmasse. Attorneys W. H. Barnes bo secured. M. L. Heavrln and A. D. Kirk were appointed as an advisory committee MOVE IN INTEREST OF COMMUNITY HOUSE to the above committee, each to serve FISCAL COURT IN ed ed Personal Hearings Given,, "Pull" Dead, Art, With Board Frankfort, Ky., April 6. An era parole reform, apparently free from political Influence or suspicion of brokerage, was ushered la this afternoon when a committee ot of prison tho Board of Charities sat at the Reformatory and per sonally heard applications of prisoners for parole. Josoph P. Byors, Commissioner oC Public Institutions, Chairman EdwanL W. Hlnes and Dr. W. A. Ganfiold, Drv Samuel Halley and E. S. Tachau, or tho board, and Secretary Brewer spent the afternoon in session. Memexbers of tho board, to whom-th-o perience was entirely new, wero unequivocally committed to the system aftor tho hearing. Politicians, lawyers, weeping wives and sympathy-beguilin- g children, who. In times gone by supplied tho only personal touch In parole sessions or the bonrd, were absent. The papers, wore thero and the prisoners themselves appeared to support their('ap-pllcatlon- s. Owens-boro-Bowli- without remuneration. Esquires Ed Shown, W. C. Daugh-ertand B. F. Rice were appointed Commissioners 'to investigate as to the of removing the advisability bridge at the Combs Ferry, on Rough Rlvor, to another point. y Following the efforts of Miss Eli zabeth Moore and County Agent M. L. McCracken, a meeting of the citi zens of Hartford was held at the Court Home Thursday night, April 1, In tho Interest of securing a comThe County Court Clerk was munity house whereby the Red Cross directed to advertise Organization, Tho County Agent, the for bids for the completion of tho Ladies Rest Rooms and kindred grading of' tho Owensboro-Bowlln- g and societies might be Green State Aid Highway, as pre- housed within the samo building. viously provided for. The meeting was called to order by of a Mr. McCracken who was elected perAside from tho allowance number of claims of minor Import manent chairman A number of talks ance and tho" purchase of road cul wero mado and appropriate commit verts, the foregoing were tho most tees appointed to have charge of all Important of tho Court's proceedings things necessary to tho success of the The Court finally adjourney late movement. yesterday afternoon. Tho question of maintaining the rest rooms aside from tho success of the movement for the community STORE AT SELECT house received tho general support IS BURGLARIZED of those present and Mrs. M. L. McCracken and Mrs. A. K. Anderson Blood Hounds Aro Used In Effort wero appointed as a committee to To Run Rogues To look after the finances necessary to To Earth maintain this feature. Tho cenoral store of Sam James, at Select, was entered by a thief or thieves Tuesday night and merchandise consisting pf drygoods and groceries estimated at not less than $200.00 In value was carried away by thieves. tho mid-nigMr. James came to Hartford Wednesday and made known hl3 loss and tho County Officials communicated with Deputy Sheriff Ed Bandy, of Greenville, Muhlenburg County, and he took tho first train for Beaver Dam, with his two blood hounds Sheriff Bratcher met Mr. Bandy and his man hunters at Beaver Dam and convoyed them to the scene of tho robbery at as rapid rate as possible, whore the dogs wero given their roln, when they at onco took up a trail and without a bo'bble followed It for about three miles, being lost when a building was reached, without the discovery of a thief or tho missing merchandse. Tho officers wero confident yesterday afternoon that tho guilty parties or party would In the end bo cauglit, yet at press hour we could not get further information concerning the ht LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET o Cattlo Prime heavy steers $12.50 13; heavy shipping steers $11,504? 12.50; medium steers $10 11.50; light steers $0.50 10.50; fat heifers $8012; fat cows $7.50 11; medium cows $5.757.50; cutters $55.75; canners $4.75; bulls $7 10; feeders $810.50; Blockers $79.75; choice milch cows $100125; medium $75100; common $5575. Calves Receipts 350 head. Market steady, with an active demand for best eals at $14 14.50; medium $8 10; common $5C; light calves slow sab. Hogs Prices remained unchanged on all weights, with a good all around outlet for the best swine. Choice hogs 250 pounds up $15.25; 165 to 250 pounds $10,25; 120 to 165 Pjs. 1R.7S; nlcs 90 to 120 pounds $13.- 25; 90 pounds down $11.25; throw-ou- ts $12 down. Buyers discriminating against hogs from doubtful sections on account of killing soft and oily. Sheep and Lambs Supply continues llcht with fow changes in values. matter. Best sheep quoted at $9; bucks $7 down; best fall lambs $17 18; light HEAVER DAM, Lookout! Girls! Victor Willis has er kinds $1214; choice spring lambs in demand at considerably purchased a new Dodge. Louis- higher rates. Mrs. John L. Lalllnger, of PRODUCE ville, Is spending the week hore. Local produce dealers quote buying Mr. Martin Flener, of this place, net to shippers, tho loft last Friday for Detroit, Michigan. nrlces Osby Barnes shipper paying freight and drayago Messrs. Harlln and loft last Saturday for Philadelphia, charges. Candled 3637o dozen. EGGS Ohio. BUTTER Country 30c lb. Mr. John McCoy, who has been Hens 3031o lb.; POULTRY on tho sick list for sometime is gradularge spring chickens 2531e lb.; ally improving. Pauline and Henry Barnard, of small spring chickens 26035c lb.; spent. Saturday and Sunday with old roosters 15c lb.; 'stags 20c T).; ducks 2225o lb.; turkeys 36c b.; their parents. Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Leach and fam- - goeso 1416c tb.J guineas 35c each: Straight Story Required. A straight story, omitting none o the unfavorable details, obviated a. delay for the board to obtain somo.-furthfacts from court records, as proved necessary occasionally when a prisoner's own account revealed him In the light of persecuted innocence. The straight story didn't seem to mitigate against the convicts chances. Commissioner Byers made it plain, that prisoners hereafter will know: that they obtained their paroles at tho hand of the board and not thru the influence of a friend, and, that they are responsible to the board for their conduct. To each one this was explained, as well as the fact that tho Tinrolfi aeent Is their friend and will help them over difficulties If thoybe ready to bring them ask for it; but back if they violate their paroles. Frank Discussion Held. Details of the crime, the prison record, circumstances surrounding them before their incarceration and family connections that may effect their conduct and welfare when they go'out were discussed. A prominent citizen from a Central Kentucky city called on tho board In behalf of a negro, who will bo recommended for parolo, but tho gentleman found himself burdened with responsibility before he left, for the bonrd exacted the promlso. that he would take a personal intorest In tho negro and that parole agents could look to hlra for This was the first step In plan to ally volunteers and all tho social and welfaro agencies with tho, parolo system. . ' , ANOTHER LANDMARK - BEING DISMEMBERED Workmen started tearing down tho residence near the Jail, known to tho majority hero, as the Collins proper ty, but known to a few of tho very older ones as tho Houston property. built, however, by another party, near 100 years ago. Notwithstanding tho long yeara of storm and sunshlno that this old landmark has resisted, tho building, which is of wood, Ms in a splendid state ot preservation. N County Agent M. L. McCracken has purchased tho lot upon which:. this, one of the three oldest duiiu-.- .j intra In this community, stands and; will uso much of tho material savedHT from the .wreck in tho erection of iwv. modern dwelling. 'V 7 rfor LADIES AID MEETS ij atU ' The Ladies Aid Society of the IfoH. Church mot Monday afternoon with. Mrs. John B. Wilson ana jurgjfis. Crabtree at tho latter's home, of tho most profitable and Interest o ing sessions recently hold Twenty of the members wer present on this occasion and after, all ot the business bad been transacted and the program completed a halt hour was devoted to the social side of life, when chocolato and cakes .were serv--s ed. Tho.Socloty plans to h?ld an open session at the Church basement about, Monday, May tho 3rd.; Announcement, however, will bo made later. t , if In-on- JH-EZA- R NICHOLAS service nnd his mental reactions to battlefield oxportance. Ho saya, in nm not a psychologist, nnd I have not scan many peoplo die in their beds; but It is estimated that very few peoplo nro afraid of a natural death when it comes to tho test A violent death such ns death in bat-tl- o is obviously a different matter. It comes to a man when he Is In the full possession of his health nnd vigor nnd when every physical Instinct is urging him to self prcssorvatlon. "If a man feared death In such circumstances ono could not bo surprised, and yet in the present war hundreds of thousands of men have gone to meet practically certain destruction without giving a sign of terror. Their emotions seem to be numbed Noises, sights nnd sensations which would ordinarily produce Intense pity, sorrow or dread have no effect on them at oil, and yet never wus their mind clearer, their sight, heanurf etc , more acute. Bu' with tho i3uu them, with victory or death or tho prospect of eternity, their minds blankly refuse to come to grips. "It Is before an nttack that i man is more liable to fear before his blood Is hot, nnd while he fail'', has leisuro to think. The trouble may begin a day or two In advance, when ho Is first told of the attack which is likely to mean death to himself and so many of his chum's. "One indulges regret about tho home one may never see nualn. One is rather sorry for one's self; but such self-pit- y unpleasant. Is not wholly One feels mildly heroic, which is not wholly disagreeable either. Aery few men are afraid of death in the he-fo- re r1" 1 17 " wiwii iwwh in i ' nwiii n iw mnijwiiip'i I.IM.1M imimm iiiiMmiMMUJiiiBuiiaiiiiiiMiuwwtJww""w'ifc"y- - i wiwHwff' ,L,MMwi'"l"'"wll,'"u'",tlBll I rf k : STILL LIVING, CLAIM part: "I 2Farnchman Says Reported Murder Of Royal Family Unfounded Paris, April My C. V. Mcrlclll. 3. Czar Nicholas and Yon Can Get Goodvear I ires s&uL Sturdy Smaller r for That -- -- - At . v ' . !1; 431 members of tho Imperial family of JJZsssJa nro still alive, according to 3L. Lassie, former membor of tho Gjnbor of Deputies, who has just resumed from a mission to Russia. "Contrary to all reports, I believe Czar and tho imperial family are atlll alive," said M. Lassies. "I am --onTinced that M. Pichon was mis- when he described tho death of 42iis Jinssian royal family in a speech, a Hie chamber on December 29, IMS, on tho basis of a report from lie ldauvc none ejxevds m value of product the GouJyeatf lirea n.iftflCj in the 30x3-- , 30::3Vr, nnd :i::'Mr.:L: :2r8. m tire-makin- Cf all Goodycar's nctr.b'p g rcr-npl- !r hCrte liiw'h Xeu " k must be hushed to a whisper. Shells jf-XF..! '...-WftNW"WWrJfcV 3Ba. .V bursting and machine guns rattling KX&'W br "f - z3qgKp t Ay cr" v " m.ifr " bring home the grim reality of the I. T ?V jfV I .. f tlUii'SflU n mmmimUt iihhiii hiiw i miiiiii ia wm ' ftvrf' affair. It is then more than at any i time in an attack that a man other has to "face the specters of the mind' and lay them if he can. Guodycar Heavy Tourist Tufew arc built to protect ca.inB-Wh- y 30x3' Goodyear Doublc-Cur- e "The vast majority experience Fabric, Tresd endanger n good casing !th a cheap tube? Goodyear the story. more or less violent physical shrinkHcaT Tourist Tnlic cwt little more tlinn tubes of $A50 SinKlc-Cur- e 30x3Vi Goodyear 3n Another Prison. and ing from the pain of death less merit. 30.O1,: Fabric, Anti-Ski- d Tread in waterproof bc-- j M kd The fact of tho matter is that the wounds, especially when they are was never imprisoned in the obliged to be physically inactive, and firjute sazae house as tho imperial family. when they have nothing else to think :He was confined in the Ekaterinburg about. This kind of dead is, In the MnSsDn, four miles distant. He had case of a good many men, Intensified n ejiiiortunity to witness the alleged by darkness and suspense, and by the "oaaKutlon or to obtain any authentic deafening noise and shock that ac;falorrhatlon regarding It. company the 'detonation of high exto the opinion of plosives. But it cannot properly be Russians of prominence, in called the fear of death, and It is a cluding Bogosko3ki, the Bolshevist purely physical reaction which can . nsniiianiler of Ekaterinburg in 191S be, and nearly always Is, controlled "iwtfll as Colonel Bolifraud, the by tho mind. of tho French military "Last of all there Is the repulsion there is and loathing for tho whole business 7ufiKinn in Ekaterinburg, ACltOSS discarded by the robbers because ot TWO damaged and It was not until a month wary "reason to believe that tho Czar of war, with its bloody ruthlessness. BONDS HIDDEN TO SAIIAItA I)i:Si:ilT later that thoy left Tamarassot for tho impossibility ot disposing of this ami his family are still alive but kept its fiendish ingenuity, and its insen' class of paper without detection. Scgou on tho Niger IUver, They re. seclusion until the time is oppor-Irni- sate cruelty, that comes to a man afELUDE YEGGMEN At Shcpherdsville the burglars hours' mained at Segou for forty-eigfor them to emerge." ter a battle, when the tortured and Parls' Anrn -- Major Vulllomln nnd then proceeded to Gno, tlienco to took time to sort out the registered dead He strewn about dismembered securities, leaving them behind. TLeh aml Lieutenant Chalus, two French Uuurem and from there to Dakar. 'Slow Diphtheria is Contracted. the trench, and tho wounded groan loot, however, in cash and other pa- - aviators, havo arrived at Dakar, hav-pe- r, Onerofton hears the expression, 'My from But neither i ,nB flown across tho Sahara Desert, Robberies Of Rural Banks amounted to G 0)0. --vifllfi caught a severe cold which de- is that the fear of dead. It is a reAio You Happy? exceptk .1 of tho robbery a distance of 3,500 miles, With tho wtfopod into diphtheria," when the pulsion which breeds hot anger mora Cause Depositors to WithThey left Villa Coublay, near d ot the bank at SmitVvlno, which was If To bo happy you must bo well was that tho cold had simply often than cold fear, recklcn hatred Jbsh draw Securities. in broad daylight after the is, on January 20 for Algiers on tho you are frequently troubled with con Jhilt tho little ono particular suscep of life inorj often than abject cling youns womaucash'.ei had betn lock- - first stage of their long Journoy anil stlpation and Indigestion you cannot "n3c to lho wandering diphtheria ing to it. 's ed in the vault, all of tho recent bin- - after a short wait at Algiers flew to bo altogether happy. Take KJtmri. If your child has a cold when it "But I'vcn where men are afraid Tablets to correct those dis.dlphoria is prevalent you shoult is generally not death that they fear. Widespread withdrawal of unregis- glaries have beeu n: night In no Aamarasset, half way across tho tzttu Mm out'of school and keop him Their tow is a physical and instinc- tered securities from rural banks is caso has anyone been wounded by desert, reaching there on February orders. Thoy nro prompt and effecm 4M.hu street until fully recovered, as tive shrl.iiiiDg from hurt shock and reported to H. G. Smith, secretary of tho bandits. At burgin tho robbers 17. At that place their airplane was tual, easy and pleasant to tako in- is a hundred times moro obtains the Kentucky Bankers' Association, fired on pursuers but no one was tho unknown, which iiuliiic: gvrsii his taking diphtheria when h" the mastrj only through surprise, or after six months of looting of small- jured. n The burglars used cold. When Chamberlain'' through the exhaustion of the mind town banks all over tho State by hit) tCongh Remedy is given it quickly and will, or through a mini being ex- gangs of bandits whose hauls have for their work in every caso except at Shcpherdsville, whero a pick was tKBTCK tli a cold and lessens tho danger cessively it is not the totaled moro than $100,000. riiphthoria or any other germ fear of death rationally considered, Whllo rural bank owners general- employed to dig through tho hank m but an irrational physical Instinct ly are installing moro modern equip- vault and at Jctfersoutown, where an Jwuh helng contracted. ,, acetylene torch was applied. None which all men possess, but which al ment, with additional protection of DOX'T 1SEAL- burglar alarm systems, customers of tho robberlos has occurred in cities most all can control." Mr. JA FEAlt DEATH have been warned to withdraw their of more than 2,000 population. disor- securities until the now vaults are Smith said it would be impossible to We know we cannot GET unless we GIVE. For the stomach and bowel f 1tii of the most striking of the ders of babies McGee's Baby ElLxir Is provided. Kennedy Helm, attorney get into the vaults ot Loulsvillo We wonder if you know how well we really conncc- banks. !HVhulodcnl phenomena in a remedy of genuine morlt. It acts for the Kentucky Bankors' Associatry to serve you. The men who blew tho safo of tho Uoawkith var is tho attitude of .fight- - quickly, is puro, wholesome and tion, gavo his opinion that banks . laK mir to.'ard danger and tho pos- Take your tires for instance: conld not ho held liablo for the Idss Woodburn Bank made their getaway pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c 'VKiiiilty of :toath. Life Is a man's car ot evpenslve make which We sell you the best tires we know of per bottle. Sold by Ohio County of negotiable paper if reasonablo pro- in a no license, but which stopped dwr.st parsittihlon; he Instinctively Drug Co. m tection Is afforded or where patrons bora for water at Bowling Green, while ."Hssbii it nnfl ordinarily will break are warned of inadequate vault faclli-le- s. -of headed for Loulsvillo. Believing .lry l- - .andinalto any sacrifice, any liOMIUXG AX ICE GOUGE. they wero being pursued, tho robbers LF&:r"t, la presuri o it During recent onslaughts on counThen wo show you, by ndvico and 1 JnW?H Ji,i, .us It has been uptly said. Is the Thousands of pounds of TNT wore try banks ton Institutions have been at Adalrvlllo abandoned their ma chine near a ratlroad track and board nctual assistance, Just how to tako ffait taw o iiat-T- o. dropped from airplanes on tho mons- victimized by motor bandits. Secrefreight train. caro ot your tires, so they will yield f"tai iofiUur in war stil! varaes his ter ice sorgo fn tho Susquehanna riv- tary Smith said last night tho only ed a passingcharged with tho robbery Tho men to you tho last mllo built into them. WJb'btA ho1 miibters tho iunutti droad er, Just above Port Doposlt, Md., In solution of tho menaco was the InWo GIVE you this valuablo and ExUgJI Itvr C'J dwtth and goex- - tiilmly n stallation of burglar proof vaults and ot tho Moscow Bank nro now in cuseffort to savo that town. Officers tody at Clinton. It Is said they aro sven whan ho knows that pert Servlco because wo know it will from the Aberdeen proving grounds automatic alarm systems. coma '';3e)SiChiuicca are ho will nevor GET us both tho most satisfaction in "In most recent cases," said Mr the same men seen in Crab Orchard flow over tho Immense jam again and Ills training tuts him again dropping with splendid aim, Smith, "nobody know of tho robbery the day ot tho looting of tho hank alive the end. Tho alleged robbers at thero. Uhlt of pntting his doty first. largo WA 1 snd powerful bombs, somo ot until the bank was oponed the next Smltbsville have been sent to tho penHavo you seen our remarkable lino on- - t.io liattlo lino don't lot. If tho alarm wero given which weighed 550 pounds. Goysers morning. of Goodyear Clincher Tires tfifeajaclves. dwell on their danger or ot ico, water and mud roso high in at ouco, persons living on pikes fre- itentiary. As only one night Intersize 30x3, 30x3, 31x4? vened between tho robberies of tlu With Joke cmlUUty ot death. the ntr after each oxplosion, and n quented by motorists could stop all banks at Moscow and Berry and slnco htor they 't ii4 CCi courage otendeavor to keep groat agitation becamo visible. The curs in tho neighborhood ot tho crlmo those two towns aro widely separated Tho prico and quality will suit you. themselves an4 gorKu proved to bo very btubborn and hold ovoryono passing and thus, ji tte4 nifVft ox- is not believed tho same robbers it Moreover, tho - their "OOU rades. however, and did not wield to any almost cortalnly, capture tho thieves c3ttnat hi ifchtlug sjUrlt that is appreciable extent until after two Tho presont penalty for bank robbery committed both crimes. naturo. should bo increased." niusVt'Ion,,B a 8' thlieting days of continual bombing. anltmil, A piudent mother is always on tho hhtnj.9 Bankers boliovo tho recent robHartford, Ky. beries have been committed by or- watch for symptoms of worms in her hlo3. 'HW mind Ik moro on kill- ior hiliig killed. Thoughts ganized gangs working out of Louis-vill- children. Paleness, lack ot interest fng Clnclnnattl and Nashville. That in play, and peevishness Is tho signal 1iuriiVaC injury to himself, when HJL unnorve or upset system of for Whlto's Cream Vermifuge. A few thoy havo a For Infants and Children thoy amu,-Uon- 't ggremedy puts fences tin as they, would under ordinary In Use For Over Years opinion In these cities, also, Is tho doses of tothis cxcolleut and ho child worms an end the of those in touch with tho Tho Peak ot Tubo Perfection-Go- od, London Journal a Always bears soon acts naturally. Price 30c per ear Heavy TourM. situation. WfttVHP in the " vividly described Signature of Sold by Ohio County Drui; negistorcd securities 'iave been left bottle. Tirltlah eoluler has lnactl0'coiubat untouched in tho burgiarl.ed safes or Company, in sHsaldlor'a .collj-Eim-,ae- al described tho horrors of the czar and the ausmbcrs of his family by bayonet tsrxits during the night, tho cell In "tr3h they wero confined being fill-- il with pools of blood when they trtre finally shot at dawn. M. Pichon s- Prince Lvoff had been confined i a neighboring cell from which he able to witness tho slaughter of cttsje Imperial family. .Snjs Version Incorrect. -I regret to say that Prlnco Lvoff's "ayasaSon of tho alleged execution seems to o incorrect from start to finish. The nse of tho term 'cell' shows that h 3rlnce could not have been a witness of the scene, for the house t which tho Imperial family was cdn- ShiEtl was tho finest residence in Eka- zlnhurg and tho prince had no eIi nuc o to enter It. "Secondly, there are no records to saw' that Prlnco Lvoff was lncar- Enfed simultaneously with the family. And, even If he were ajri soncd at the same time it is not 'XHaHy that tho Bolshevists executing iAe Czar and his family would have atfrtai thu prince an opportunity of arfljuBsing the crime and then repeat-Jn- s -- 3?HncB Lvoff. "Ctt. Pichon of the torture Chevrolet, Doit, Maxwell, unci taking these hires, the important benefits o'i Goodyear materials and methods employed in the world's largest tire production. Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of performance and satisfaction only possible as a result of such extraordinary manuiac-turin- g advantages. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. These tircn r.ilord to o-.- T.cn of Ford, other C5rs'. ;. s r Your nearest Goodyear Service Station t t ! abstract. "But ns the hour approaches when the attack is due to be launched the strain becomes more tense. The men are probably cooped up in a very small space. Movement is restricted. Matches must not be struck. Voices iii vam . stoj Ke has them. '.: mt:ir!V-trS-Jkj'TMi $21 L vJc-?J- '.mi n i sc B ht Par-stage- Chain-borlaln- , nltro-glycerl- fr d. 1 OI-UIEKS -S- Our Business Welfare Depends on You i GOODYEAR'S- course. -- -- Tte-J)Wtlo, ilC 5a st I i"-"- ir'n CASTOR 30 lA o, will ACTON BROS. - A, 'lnmni1n(c &a&&&K I i i JL man lloutonnnt, very nervous and very Impressed, coming nboard tho British warship and mnklng n long statement. It began with greeting nnd onded with an urgent request to tho allied officers not to let any of tho crew go ashore, as tho attitude of tho pcoplo was uncertain. Later a group of British officers Jelly-fis- h returned tho visit. Thero was much saluting but no handshaking. The not a fish; tho whalo Is a mammal At 1:30 O'clock P.M. Is a and not a fish, tho Juno-bu- g Germans wore 111 at caso, whllo tho bootlo, not a bug; tho prarlo-do- g doo3 attitude of tho Britishers Is frankly Now York, April 3. Now viewThere will be sold at Aberdeen, in Butler Co., Ky: "Money could not buy tho good described as having boon "very cold." not belong to tho dog trlbo but Is n points na to Just what fnmo Is ap mnrmot; me quluca-pl- g about 1,400 acres of Coal, Timbered and FarmIs n rodent Tnnlac has dono me, nnd I gladly tho pear In tho nominations for the Hall and not a pig; tho jackrahblt Is a recommend It for what It has dono In How Is Your Complexion? ing Lands, known as the Aberdeen Coal Co. Land, Fnmo at Now York University, haro and tho Ilclglan hnro Is a rab- my caso," said Hon. Archie R. of A woman should grow moro beau which havo lieon received hy Mrs. bit; the roso of Sharon is not a roso; of Houston, Toxns, and the Aberdeen Ferry at public auction to settle' tiful as sho grows older and sho will William Vannmeo, who is acting as tho alligator pear Is an nvocado, not of Harris County, recently. with duo regard to baths, diet and the estate of the late Mrs. N. J. Wilford. This director In tho absence of Ilobcrt Un- a pear; Brussels sprouts and I3rus-se- ts Mr. Anderson Is unquestionably, exercise, and by keeping her liver land is located on Green River just below Morgan-tow- n, derwood Johnson, tho now ambassacarpets don't como from Ilrussols not only ono of tho best known, but and bowels In good working order. dor to Italy. ono of tho most popular men who ov- If you aro haggard and yellow, your and is the land on which the Aberdeen Coal at all. Tho names already brought forEnglish walnut is Turkish, and er hold public oftlco in tho stato of eyes losing their luster nnd whites beTho Mine was once operated. It is said that there ane ward for a placo In tho American English currants aro Grcok. Lead Toxns. After serving as Deputy coming yellowish, your flesh flabby, good prospects for oil upon it. n wldo field of hu- pencils havo no lend In them. Tho Sheriff of Harris County for twelvo It may bo duo to indigestion or to a Parthenon cover man endeavor, nnd represent tho Irish potato Is not Irish and the years, Mr. Anderson was elected sluggish Hvor. Chamberlain's Tab There is a good farm in operation upon this Ideas of different pcoplo and organi- Welsh rabbit is nelthor Welsh nor Chief of Pollco of tho city of Houston. lets correct theso disorders. m land with farm houses and out buildings. zations on tho immortality of man's rabbit. Paris green nnd plnstor Par-I- s Ho had occupied this offlco only n The Aberdeen Ferry is equipped with new fei achievements. do not come from Paris, nor PruS; short tlmo when tho SherlfS of HarProbably tho most interesting nom- slnn bluo from Prussia, nor India ink ris County died. Mr. Anderson's FORTY BARRELS OF boat and will be sold including ferry house and iy BOOZE ARE STOLEN' ination comes In tho presentation of from India; nor is Ivory black mado friends persuaded him to mako tho a small piece of land on east bank of Green River Frederick Douglass, a negro, who from Ivory, nor catgut from cats, raco for tho unexpired term of Sheriff Cincinnati, April 3. Forty barachieved world renown for his work Rut things havo to havo names, oven to which ho was easily elected. Ho separate from the main body of the land. 1,000 gallons of seven rels, containing 05 a publicist, statesman, and journal- It thoso names aro not always truly was honored with whisky, have been stolen from tho hisX ist. This Is tho first time in tho different times and served tho peo descriptive. For particulars, address ple In this Important office for fif bonded warehouse or tho Old M. 7G tory of tho Hall of Famo that a memdistillery, Just outsldo of Newport, boon sugber of tho negro race has Had breath, bitter tasto, dizziness teen consocutlvo years. Then Mr. Ky according to rovenuo officers and regested as a possibility for this Immor- nnd a general "no account" feeling Anderson declined Ho cast his The liquor Is valued at $50,0u0. tal honor. Is sure sign of a torpid liver. Hor-bln- o tired to prlvato life. The discovery of tho tho't was and CADIZ, KENTUCKY. To Honor Women. Is tho mcdlclno needed. It lot among tho people of mado today after completion of an Tho active participation of women mnkes tho liver active, vitalizes tho Is n largo property owner and fore- inventory of tho stock. It Is tho In tho recent world war, nnd tho blood, regulates tho bowels and re- most citizen of that Interesting and foiirth, theft of largo quantities of subsequent chango of mind that has stores n flno feeling of energy nnd prosperous city. n condition," whisky In the Covington revenue disben wrought by this expansion of cheerfulness. Prlco COc. Sold by "I was In a trict this year. m continued Mr. Anderson, "and had women's Bpherc, Is reflected In tho Ohio County Drug Co. a Pi no appctlto at all. I could hardly Frltchle, the nomination of Barbara 3o sleep at night and never felt like get- HOOVER SAYS HE'S hoiolno of Whlttler's poem, for a NATIONAL DEBT IS ting up In tho mornings, I was so placo nmong tho other noted AmeriNOT A DEMOCRAT CUT $705,660,000 tired. I had the worst form of Innamo has become to cans. Her digestion, suffered all the time from of Arc American women what Joan During gas on my stomach and was continu- Cnrcs Only For Republican NominaMndo Reduction Is to tho French, an ideal, and her Record tion Tells Chairman ally belching up undigested food. I by many urged Mnrcli; Success Of Treasury election Is being Of Club . had to tako my coffee without sugar, 1'iogriim Seen. groups of women who did servlco for tj .yyCtVE Check the youngsters' colds, coughs, hoarseness as when I drank It with sugar, I tho country In tho war. and sore throat as soon as they start with this tho pioneer Washington, April 2. A reduc- would just belch for hours. I would Cough Syrup. Delays are pure-her- b Susnn 11. Anthony, New York, April 4. In a statedangerous and may lead to more serious sickness. worker for woman's rights, Is another tion of $705,000,000 In tho national bloat and swell up llko 1 was poison- ment, which ho requests Capt. J. F. Keep a bottle of GOFFS in the house all K whoso namo Is being urged upon tho debt more than doublo tho amount ed and suffered with neuralgic pains Lucey, chairman of fho Hoover Nathe time and use it at the first sign of a for a by which tho debt wns lowered dur- of the worst sort, and nothing seem- tional Republican Club, to send to electors as a possible candidate cough, sneeze or "snuffle." GOFFS coning any previous month was accom- ed to help mo only in a temparary all Hoover Clubs throughout the tains no'thing but the pure extract of heal-in- e nlaco in the Hall of Fame. herbs that have been used for trenera- A now sidelight on tho early colo plished during March, tho treasury way. I Justcan't toll you how I did country, Herbert Hoover made It tions. There is No Opium, Chloroform, history of the country is brought roported tonight. Tho national debt suffer for tho past four years and up clear today that he Is not a candidate nial Morphine or Codeine in it. GOFFS is to tho tlmo 1 began taking Tnnlac, for the Democratic nomination for forward to back tho candidacy of now stands at ?24,G9S,000,000. SAFE for Babies and Children. It eases Officials Bald this record could not a few weeks ago. the irritation, removes the inflammation, John Clarke. It Is contonded that President, by expressing the hope soothes and heals the soreness, raises the "When I read tho testimonials of that ho would not bo further embarClarke was tho founder of tho com- bo used as a basis tor forecasting fnr-thphlegm and gives quick relief. Use it alof rassed by tho suggestion of politicalThey re- somo who had been relieved monthly reductions. of Rhode Island. monwealth ways for Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, Brontroubles llko mlno I Just felt llko I ly Independent supporters that his garded It, howovor, "as sound Contradicts History. chitis, Sore Throat, Whooping Cough and Croup. of tho success of tho treasury couldn't mako a mistake by taking nanle, bo put before any other party History tells that Rogor Williams Tanlac and It has dono oven more for tharithe Republican Party. was tho creator of this smallest of program from financing tho post-wto states, but tho contention of those porlod, when government cxpediturcs mo than I had expected. I beganbot-tlMfiHoover disapproved of thesug-gesjei- ? o March feol better after taking my first who nominated John Glarkq. claim still continuo to run .high contests- - for delegates to the The Original No-Doand havo Just now started on nry Republican National Convention In this honor for him, and admit that payment on tho public dobt was contho accredited founder wns tho lead- fined almost wholly to retirement of third and I'm a different man alrea- States where such a course still Is From Your Grocer or Druggist ing flguro In Rhode Island's history certification of Income-- and profit dy. I sleop llko a log now and cat open. Ho declared that his friends Wholesale Factory Agency for TKi TetrScjr at 30c. and 60c. a Bottle taxes. Just any and everything I want with- could not at this late date build up f alter the founding. COUGH SYRUP GOFF'S Reductions by months slnco Au- out tho slightest discomfort after- an organization for him which could artists, all of the same school Three Parsons & Scoville Is Guaranteed to help you and your chilEvery dealer Is Authorized to dren. T'and noted for their landscape paint- gust, when tho retirements began, wards. I am glad to endorse Tanlac compete successfully with the orEvantville, Intl. Return Your Money Without Question Novom-bo- r, because It does tho work and I'm ganizations of other candidates and ing, havo been placed In nomination wero: October, 15,533,000; if you say it did not help you. telling all my friends just what I'm expressed belief that energies of his in the per$94,478,000; December by collectors and nmateurs MADE BY S. B. COFF & SONS CO., CAMDEN. NEW JERSEY January $1C8,G39,000, and telling you. I never felt better In supporters could bo better applied to sons of George Inness. Homer D. February, $204,057,000. Heavy pay- my Hfo than I do slnco taking Tan- promotion of their views generally Martin nnd Alexander II. Wyant. Among othor prominent personages ments on tho dobt In December nnd lac. I am willing for you to publish and to influencing of delegates alreaevery suffering of past history who wero presented February both wero tracoablo to tho my statement and let dy named, with full respect to prior person who may wish, benefit by my pledges of tho latter. honor wore Included Henry retirement of certificates of indebtedfor tho REPEAL OF WAR llorgh, tho friend of dumb animals, ness, but tho amount of obligations experience with this great medicine. Mr. Hoover Indicated that hp was Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. opposed to expenditure of any large philanthropist and foundor of the retired each month altho fluctuating, LAWS, G. O. P. AIM L. B. Bean, in Horso Branch by Ola-to- n amount of money to promote his can Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty has been on tho Increase Drug" Co., In Rockport by James Future monthly reductions will to Animals; and Drs. Titus M. Coan, didacy and that ho wished the amount Measures To Bo Kusiicu ihru ConJohn Murray Cnrnochan, Louis Henry Ijlngo largely on now appropriations Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace of contributions to tho different gress If llcsoliition For said. & Porter and In Beaver Dam by R. and tax legislation, officials Morgan and William Shlppen, Jr. Hoover organizations and names of Peace Fulls. Thoy expected, however, that opera- T. Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. tho contributors made public. reFarmers and others who live at a tion of the sinking fund would "I presume that tho varlus clubs Washington, April 2. Legislation distance from a drug toro Bhoulcl flect more and more on tho gross na- HOME OF SHAKESPEAR that havo been formed over tho coun repealing all the war laws which ter 's ATTRACTS U. S. TOURISTS try will need to expend a certain tional debt each month hereafter kebp in tho houso a bottle of minated with the end of th'e war will It may be None would venture a prodlctlon as Snow Liniment. amount of money on printing and oth be rushed through Congress, If the "Stratford-On- London, April 3. needed at any time for cuts, wounds, to tho net reduction for tlii calener Incidentals," he said, "but I trust resolution declaring peace with GerAvon Is tho mecca of the American sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is dar year. that each and every ono of them will many falls by reason of a presidenAs tho public debt now stands It tourist. In order to attract visitors a powerful healing and penetrating confine Itself to minor subscriptions tial veto. remedy. Price 25c, 00c and $1.00 is mado up of $15,61t5,iOO,0OO, com- from the other side to England wo and minor expenditures and will be This was made plain by Republican por bottle. Sold by Ohio County prising tho four Issues of Liberty must keep the Shakesperean country prepared to open Its books to public leaders In the Houso today when it m bonds, $4,422,700,000 of Victory Inviolate. Wo must not alter Its 'inspection." Drug Co., was learned that the Democratic lead s, $2,0(37,220.000 In character any moro than Is absoluteMr. Hoover reiterated that he was ers are exerting great pressure on 1i MISLEADING treasury certificates, $870,000,000 In ly necessary." apol-og- y NAMES THAT ARE a Republican and said ho hod no their forces in an effort to line them Sir Martin Conway, M. P., mado War Saving certificates and r.pprcx- to make for supporting a Demo- up solidly against tho peace measure. brushes, made of soft Inmtoly $1,000,000,000 In bonds Is this appeal to tfie Inhabitants of the cratic administration while he was "Camel-hai- r The chief object of the peace resofamous village where the great Eng- engaged In war service. He said fin hnir. aro used by artists, car sued iinur iu mu wunu w.u. pointed out, Is to get s, etc., be. Tho greatest slnglo Item nmong lish bard was born. Ho declared that necessity of earning a living away lution, It was riage painters, the country back on a normal basis, -- . causo they aro specially suited to cer theso old bonds Is tho issuo of con- American tourists would spend -from his home had prevented him and if the Democrats block this methIn Britain and France this tain lfin.ls of flno work. From tho sols of 1930, which nggregato from taking ns large a part as ho od, specific repeal legislation will bo summer, and said that Stratford-On-Avo- n namo, ono would naturally suppose might have wished In party and pubup immediately. was tho keystone of the tourist lic affairs, and asked his adherents taken obtained from tho that such hair Is Tho proposed repeal measure also There la more Catarrh In this section industry. camel. It may havo been at ono tlino of the country than all other diseases to remember that personal criticism When CALUMET Proposals have been made by man- of other candidates for tho Republi- would include a pivotal date for deand for years was supbut practically all "camol hair" in put together,Incurable. Doctorsit prescribed termining the termination of tho comes in. all bakimr to be nowadays Is obtained from posed remedies, and by constantly falling ufacturers to erect mills on tho River can nomination was chiefly of ser brushes local statutes which run for various petroubles take auicfc Into cure with local treatment, pronounced Avon, near tho village. According to vlco to the opposition. tho tails of squlrrols or front tho riods after 'the declaration of peace. leave. You co right it Incurable, Catarrh Is a local disease, lovers of Shakespeare this would Imner Bldo of cows' oars. greatly Influenced by constitutional con ahead and mix up bak The Democratic leaders were so Speaking of camol hair, wo are re- ditions and therefore requires constitu- mediately detract from the attractive CHICAGO MAN RELATES ing materials, for bisemte-cak- es confident that they would muster the tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh MediRECORD BUILDING FEAT anything without few minded of how tho furs of various cine, manufactured by F, J. Cheney & ness of the town. full strength of their side against the of uncertainty, Calumet make common, lowly animals masquerade Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional peaco resolution that they announced you forget failure. internally Chicago, April 3. Tom Jackson, nowadays as rare, highly prized varie- remedy, is taken the Mucous and acts thru the Blood on Surfaces Repattorney, and Nathan I there will not bo a party caucus. fancy prices. Fpr Chicago, of the System. One Hundred Dollars reties an so fetch FOR FLETCHER'S resentative Flood, of Virginia, rankSachs, New York attorney, lunched ing tho fur of tho humblo rabbit, ward Is offered for anytocase that Hall's cure. Send for Catarrh Mcdlclno falls Democrat, on tho Foreign Affairs i BAKING POWDER. coats, muffs etc., circulars and testimonials. one day. When thoy together hero manufactured Into ' Committee, who is leading the oppoF. J. CHENEV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. lathe mott popular because it dotstWml sells as "Hudson seal" reached tho cigars the conversation Bomotlmes Sold by DrUKglsts, 76c. most ptrtci results. It has the Urn- - j sition, asserted that the minority will BRITISH FIRE SALUTE Hall's Family Pills for constipation. seat atmand because it la the mottiter.il drifted Into tho subject of expeditious and oftenor as "conoy" or "nearsoal". "lino up solidly," ptndablt. The fact that It Mthe GUNS TO GERMANS building activities. clevOF 21 of tho muskrat Is also seller proves that it la the ben. Tho fur Tho Republicans, however, still are Atrial win convince you that there i by tolling of tho as "Hudson seal." CIVIL SERVEICE PENSION Sachs started it erly palmed off tiona iu&rasirond.1 Huvacan if mu HILL PASSED MY SENATE London, April 2. For the first construction of a building in counting on a number of Democratic are not eatUlied take it back awi Tho tiny little skins of tho molo aro get your money dick. votes and would not admit that It tlmo since tho war, the 'British navy two weeks. pieced together and sold as.ermlno or Calumet contains only such incre would be impossible to pass the resoWashington, April 3 Retirement saluted the Germans when II. M. S. ments aa have been, approved "That's nothing," said Johnson, 'I lution ovor tho President's veto. othor costly fur. Weasel skins are .da uy by the U. S. Food. guns on her wont down to work ono morning at 7 employes Malaya fired twenty-on- e Authorities. worked up In Imitation of tho raoro on ponslon of civil servlco InSome of tho Democratic leaders 70 years of ago Is provided for In with members of the Interallied naval o'clock and tho workmen woro digat TtiHit aw j n Is j H. expensive mink. Vnder the timated thoy will support legislation Tsi uts vita ete lb namo of 'Manchurlun wolf,' tho Sterling bill passed by the Senate arrival in tho port of Wilhelmshaven, ging tho foundation- of a building. to repeal the war laws. mission. When I passed tho spot at 7 o'clock HIGHEST ,ioc skins soil readily at high prices. and Bent to the Houses. Although based on salary originalBy a curious coincidence, the war- that night the building was not only QUALITY V )L Cat skins, goal skins and tloso of r"" Various other animals ofton being ly rocelved by tho employe, ponslons rant officer who fired tho saluto was comploted, but two families wero bo HIGHEST not less than $180 nor tho same man who fired tho last sa- lng evicted for nonpayment of rent." FOR FLETCHER'S glvon now fancy names aro quickly are limited to AWARDS oagor moro than $720 yoarly. tho war, on tho King s lute before ! snapped up at big prices by The 107,000 federal employes at Employes of fifteen years' servlco George V, leaving Kiel In July, 1914. ms buyers. Officers of tho Malaya, just back Washington, D. C, are divided Into The first four cylinder car was shoe-lace- s and other may rotlre before tho ago of 70 If Tinrnr-stron- s. brought out in 1900. from tho trip, toll of a little Ger- - 1,700 classes of positions. of 'por-- 1 mentally or physically Incapacitated. articles alleged to bo made M leather aro usunlly mado of Fortunately, howovor, this FORMER SHERIFF deceptive namo docs not lessen tho FOR HALL OF FAME usefulness and durability ono whit. INDORSES TANLAC Tho grapefruit In reality Is not grapefruit at all but properly shaddock; tho plncapplo is With Many Other Notables nor applo; tho robin Is nneither plno "Money Couldn't Buy The thrush; tho Appears Name Of Fred meadow-lar- k is an oriole, not n lark; Good It Did Me" Says or starfish actually 1b tho Douglass Hon. A. R. Anderson NEGRO NOMINATED polso plg-skl- n. BIG LAND SALE On May 27th, 1920 An-dors- DENNY P. SMITH, - Executor m Ho-irto- run-dow- For Children's Coughs and Colds MM. mam or ar Get GOFFS COUGH SYRUP (No-Dop- WW Co. &' fc -- 4 $278,-973,00- 0; -- Bal-lards- short-term-note- r slgn-wrltor- $650,-000,0- 00 $G00,-000,00- 0. All Baking Cares Shoulders Ohildren Ory CASTOR A . CALUMET ton-sto- ry high-soundi- t Children Ory CASTO R A .The Hartford Republican ed. As n direct result of tho "fired" conductor thousands nnd thousands nro thrown out of employment, 3,000 cars of live stock wcro blocked on Chicngo sidings to bo hold off of tho market and becomo unfit (or consumption, to say nothing of thousands of cars of other necessaries and commodities of Hfo and trade. No ono denies tho right to laborers and artisans in any trndo or calling to quit work under ordinary circumstances, when conditions absolutely domand such notion, but a strike such ns this handful of switchmen engaged In, ought to bo, In some manner prevented, If not by tho demands of public sentiment and good, then by rigid laws strenuously enforced. . BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) The rich express their sympathy with their pocket books; the poor with tholr hearts. PuMMicd Weekly by ,nAItTFOIU PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor nnd IlmlncM Mnnngcr. Entered ncconllng to law nt the Fostofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of the second class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. to Labor with Its dollar an hour wage docs not sco that it Is blindly approaching the precipice over which, sooner or lator, It must plunge, dragging tho public with it. , YOUR SPRING SUIT Young Men All Over The Country depend on us for their SPRING SUITS. Deliveries have been a little slow, but now we are ready for you with a wonderful assortment of suits for young men. You Boys, who are ready for your first Long-PaSuits, we can make you look like a picture. For ". f YOUTHFUL WISDOM. A nlco old lady, who was sitting ditional insertion. on tho porch of a summer hotel, Tho fool who thinks everything Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards wherethero wero a number of young-stor- s, por word, and 6c for of Thanks, lc happens by chanco is after all wlso was approached by one of thorn each head lino and slgnautrc, money all with this query: "Can you crack enough to llyo by law, for after ocIn advance. It is only by expecting things to Notices for services freo, nuts?" Church they havo always occurTaut other advertisements, lc per Tho old lady smiled and said: "No, cur much as word. red that our lives and actions nro will my dear, 1 can't, 1 lost my teeth Anonymous communications possible. , receive no attention. years ago." " "Then," said tho boy, extending In his Isolation tho man at the two hands full of almond!, "pleaso TELEPHONES 59 hold these while I go and get some plow must dovoto many hours of his Farmers Mutual 123 life to solitary thought, and thought Cumberland more." ripens tho mind as tho sun tho fruit. Wanting as such men aro In tho art APRIL 0 POULTRY RAISERS ADVISED FIUDAY possess an intel. TO WAIT FOR ADVANCE of expression, they ligence far higher than for what it pass current with hl3 more culIf you" can figure out Just how Wo feel a certain prldo In tho fact will tured but less phllosophlo city broth much that advance In the Miners' that wo are largely responsible for wages amounts to In the production tho development of tho poultry and er. of a ton of coal, you will know exact- produce market of this section to tho How ono life may note marked ly how much more the aforesaid ton ilgh standard that Is now maintained. of coal will cost above thejast ton For many years we have made every advancement. I am only fifty-fou- r, jrou had put in. effort to find tho very h'ghest mar- and yet I once ate bread cooked In a kets, so that wo have always been skillet, read my lessons by candle "Wo never heard of Wood's Hole able to pay the highest cash prices light, went to a neighbor's house on until recently, but If this place where that you are able to secure anywhere. occasion to borrow coal3 of fire, stole the President is to go for tho Sum- Wo sincerely thank you for your pa- sugar from tho cupboard that was remer is more seclusive than tho Whlto tronage that has enabled us to do this served for use on occasions of comtrousers and House has been during tho past sev- and invite a continuance of your pany, wore home-mad- e Mr. Wil- trade. Just now, wo would advlso family-plaite- d straw hats. eral months, it's good-by- o son, for the season at least. you to hold your poultry a few day? and get tho eggs. We are of tho . I know Republican readers aro We note that tho census report opinion that prices will" bo higher anxious to know who is going to bo nominated for president. Wish I shows considerable loss In the popu- soon. Frankfort, and wonder if could tell them, bu I can't. It Is a lation of W. E. ELLIS & DRO. part of my dally work to read the o- Governor Morrow's abolishment of large dally papers and tho inagazlnos, useless offices and removal of InSTATEMENT cumbents therefrom caused the drop Of the ownership, management, cir- and yet the reader who has only the In the Capital's count of noses. culation etc., required by tho act of Hartford Republican has as good a Congress of August 24, 1912, of the guess coming as anybody. Such a snow and freezing Hartford Republican, published week- condition of uncertainty never existed llaln, hall, weather marked the Easter period ly at Hartford, Ky., for April, 1920. at any time this near the National Conventions beforo. For tho Repubjust past, and to add to other discom- State of Kentucky.) licans, I think it is safo to say that fitures exceedingly high winds, was )ss. We favor the County of Ohio.) one of the features. neither Wood nor Hoover nor Johnabolishment of Easter altogether, If me, a Notary Public, in and son will bo nomnlated. Wilson Is Before of we must always havo It accompani- for the State and county aforesaid, eliminated by common consent ed by such squalls as this of 1920. appeared W. S. Tinsley, Democrats from third term nominapersonally who, having been duly sworn accord- tion. Bryan's dry record makes him "When a fellow can steal as many ing to law, deposes and says that ho impossible, and as to the rest of them thousands of dollars from other peo- is tho Editor and Business Manager It is anybody's guess, but Maybe Cox. ple's savings as that man George of the Hartford Republican, and that Alexander did at Paris, five years tho following is, to tho best of his Faith is the virtue of religion, but Isn't so long after all to spend in the .knowledge and belief, a true state wo approach It from varied angles, penitentiary. We have more re- ment of the ownership, management some from reason, some from aubespect for the man who gets it by etc., of the aforesaid publication for thority and some havo faith just cracking a safe than we do for the tho date shown in tho above caption, cause they have It. Just now I have one who gets it through tho Alexan required by tho Act of August 24, interested a very bright lady of raro meet der route. 1912, embodied in section 433, Pos- culture and refinement, whom I at tablo, and who, on account of a Regulations, It is said that tillers of tho soil tal 1.Laws and names and addresses chanco remark, fears for my orthor-dox- y That tho are becoming much Interested in the in the quality of my faith. I managing proposition of controlling their grow- of the publisher, editor, am both interested and amused at her manager are: ing crops and vegetables by installing editor, and business I Publisher, Hartford Printing Co., earnest deslro to confirm my faith. lights in their fields and garelectric havo assured her that I was not nn Ky. dens. Those who would try the pro. (Incorporated), Hartford Editor, W. S. Tinsley, Hartford. agnostic, but only a perpetual seeker ject in Hartford will more than likeafter reasons to confirm my belief, ly figure on tho cost of moisture and Ky. but in .her woman's way she regards Managing Editor, Same. "Juice" furnished by the local light my position a sort of sacrilege. And Business Manager, Same. and water plant, and then buy their owners are: E. G." still the best reason she can offer for 2. That the cabbage, beans and "taters" from constancy of her Barrass, M. L. Heavrlii, C. O. Hunter, the firmness and some other fellow. sho has S. A. Bratcher, W. C. faith is tho simple fact that C. E. Smith, it. But it Is only the woman's way Herbert Hoover, whoso stock as Blankenship, W. H. Baize, Mack and maybe tho better way. tho candidate for President of Cook, E. S. Howard, T. H. Black, W. John A. about nine out of every ten Demo- S. Tinsley, II. C. Crowder, Ky; Did it ever occur to you that huI. S. a few Johnson, all Of Hartford, h cratic papers, was man nature under like conditions 1e Ky., C. M. weeks back, but since his announce- Mason, R. 3, Hartford, about tho same where ever you come Crowment that he was a Republican and Taylor, Beaver Dam, Ky., C. E. in contact with It? Franfort people would not think of accepting a nom- der, Horton, Ky: agreeaknown bondholders, aro very decidedly the most 3. That the ination on any other ticket, has sudble and congenial people It has boon owning denly dropped away below par. In mortgages, and other security greatness and non- or holding 1 per cent or more of toe his iact mortgages, or partisan patriotism entitling him to tal amount of bonds, Tho Bank of has entirely dis- other securities are: ho President-stoc- k in so far Hartford, Hartford, Kentucky. appeared from the market, 4. That tho two paragraphs next as tho Democratic Press Is concerned. above, giving the names of tho ownsecurity holdSenator. Hiram Johnson's swamp- ers, stockholders and voted for ers, If any, contain not only tho list ing of all other candidates and in tho Michigan Primary for the of stockholders upon security holders the books of tho undoubtedly as hoy appear Presidential nomination tho enhances his stock as a possible Re- company but also in caseswhere apcoming Na- stockholder or security holder publican contender in tho company tional Convention. Johnson's chlef-e- st pears upon tho books of tho won as Governor of tho as trustee or in any other fiduciary fame was person or 'Golden Gate State whero, it is said, relation, tho name of the best brand of corporation for whom such trustee Is lie administered tho government over introduced on the acting, Is given; also that the said Pacific Slope. Whatever may bo said two paragraphs contain statements petulont Johnson, it embracing affiant's fulln knowledgefl of tho , l.lla( n . l rt nl Mm. at A l AO fl M must bo admitted that whenever the under which stockholders people get a chance to support tho s conditions Benator, ho has usually landed with and security holders who do not appear upon tho books of tho company the other fellow's pelt. as trustees, hold stock and securities The foolishness and unjustness of in a capacity other than that of some strikes may bo clearly outlined bona fldo owner; and this affiant has of 350 switch- no reason to bollovo that any other iy tho "walk-out- " Chicago R. R. Yards re- person, association, or corporation men in tho cently. It is said that tho continu- has any interest direct or Indirect In ed work of 150,000 othora depend- tho said stock, bonds, or other secued upon tho 350 who simply struck, rities than as so stated by him. W. S. TINSLEY, not because thoy had any sort of Sworn to and subscribed beforo me grievance of tholr own, but In order to manifest sympathy for strik- this 5th day of April, 1920. R. R. RILEY, N. P. O. C. ing switchmen on another line, who My commission expires January 15, gone out on strike Jn turn had a conductor had been dlscharg- - 1922. -- XOTICB TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old address In limiting tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c por line, and 8c per lino for each ad- When the pulpit hushes its menn-inglcdenunciation of sin and sensibly unfolds to tho reason of man tho lncxonorablo law of tho wages of sin being paid in tho coin of death It will have adopted Itself to tho advancing progress of tho world-lntollgcncc. ' l- ss nt .... $ 25 or 30 AND WE HAVE we will surprise you. Just think of it; young men's suits, sizes 34 to 40, for $25 and $30. D CO. $40, 50 and $60 Suits If You Wsoit Them. Your Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Socks, Belts, Ties Umbrellas, in fact, everything you need at a price you can afford to pay, is here awaiting your attention. It costs you nothing to look. It's a pleasure for us to show. Let's get together right now. E. P. Barnes & Bro., BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. my fortune to be cast among. And, as of my faith, I have looked for the Tho reason. It is a simple one. State House brings a constant change of people hero from every part of the State. Tho (Citizens becomo accustomed to meeting strangers. In fact, strangers aro not strangers when you meet them every day. The State House employes and visitors bring In tho aggregate a large volume of business to Frankfort people, and they havo learned to cater to It. Then perhaps two hundred Stato department employes are away from homo and show a kind of hunger for association, and these add to the local people, but for adlfferent reason, anothor element of social Interest. It Is tho environment, not the people, that makes tho pleasing condition. Move tho State House to Bowling Greon or to Faducah and tho same ioclal conditions would develop. But whatever the cause the stranger coming within Frankfort's gates at onco feels himself a welcome and an honored guest. TRANSFER SERVICE! I ask tho patronage of tho citizens of Hartford and the traveling public in general for tho following reasons: During the past 3 years I havo tried to servo you well nnd havo made regular trips between Hartford and Beaver Dam, rain or shlno, summer and winter, good roads nnd bad. regular Others havo not made trips and only servo you in good wea- Taylor's Restaurant. I sincerely thank you for tho many favors of tho past and cordially Invito your patronage for tho future. 40tf J. E. CURTIS. PUBLIC SALE. to-w- lt: ther. I charged you bnly 50c nnd war tax, through the winter just tho Banio as in summer. Others aro charging 75c: I havo never failed to give Hartford a good word or do its citizens a good deed whenever tho opportunity presented Itself. My caYs leave Hartford at tho following hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. m.; 12:30 p. m.; 2 p. m.; and 7 p. m. Hartford headquarters at Caseblcr & i sky-hig- -- At my home one-ha- lf milo cast of Beaver Dam, on Saturday, April 10. I will offer for sale at public outcry tho following: 2 work Horses, 2 milch Cows with young Calves, 1 yearling Hcifor, 1 Surry and Harness, breaking Plow and Cultivator, household Furnlturo, 1 Rango and other kitchen furniture. Many other things to numerous to house, montlon. Also 1 four-roolocated one-hamilo from Taylor Mines, near Elijah Rendor's. A touring Car and CO acres of land to be sold privately. TERMS: Cash and credit with security. Remember tfo dato, Saturday April 10. O. N, STEWART. m lf one-tim- Wanted 60,000 Pounds Live Poultry Will be at ROSINE, KY., Tuesday, April 13 BEAVER DAM, Wednesday and Thursday, Apr. 14 and 15 Paying the following cash prices: A Hens 34c per lb.; Cox 1 7c per lb. . Bring your poultry on these dates and get the HIGH PRICE of the season. When the market gets flooded it will most assuredly go lower and I would advise that you sell at this time in .order to procure the hand, some prices that will be paid on this lot. i T. W. WALLACE, Receiver. M I Spring Coats (4! .! 1 Right at your door you find as large and line of Ladies' as you will find in larger towns. Ready-to-Wear I am paying moro cash every day FOH PIowb, Disc Harrows, Cultivators and 1 and Corn Planters In tho week for Poultry, Eggs and 39t2' Cream than any buyer I know ojt. boo ACTON imOS. L. T. RILEY, Hartford', Ky. THOSE WISHING to buy Millinery at reasonable prices will call on MRS. D. HURT, Hartford, R. 2. Mr. A. C. Acton, of Acton Bros., Is expected to arrive home today Tho best by test, Sharpies Cream from Jancsvlllo, Wis., where ho had gono to look aftor tho shipment of Separator for salo by 31-- tf WILLIAMS &' DUKE. automobiles purchased. .J.n.w.HHH!wH4"44HM:-5vJf- . 2- "r ( well-select- ed ( Coats, Coat Suits, Ready-to-Wear Prof. Wilbur P. Rhoads, of th. For Snic Barred Plymouth Rock Central City High School, sponttho Eggs nt $1.00 per 15. Also Whlto weok-en- d near hero with his parents, Pekin Duck Eggs at Gc each. MRS. ELBERT HAZELWOqD,-41tlDr. F, T. Samuels, of Louisville, Hartford, Ky. was in town Saturday in the Interest Oil Company. of the Reelfoot-RangJudgo John B. Wilson, W. D. Smith nnd S. T. Barnott have been in the Mr. Ira Daniel left Sunday for Dundee country during the week, surLouisville, where ho has accepted em- veying tho proposed public ditch or ployment with tho I. C. Railroad Co. drain, on the north side of the river p er hH I! rs , Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Muslin Under- wear, Etc., Etc. Why Not spend your money at home? Styles are the same, prices are lower. There are many reasons why this statement. Be fair with your home merchant. There may come a time when you will need him. Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT for Yes we havo stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable quick Lunches, Confectlonarles, CanIron Ranges. dles, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. TATE'S TRANSFER cars make connection with all Beaver Dam trains. Mrs. Morris L. McCracken and two Mr. William I'air of Fair & Co., little children aro in Louisvillcwhero they will visit friends and relatives and Mrs. Fair went to PaUucah Sun day. Mr. Fair return.'l Monday; for some time. whilo Mrs. Fair went to Louirville, Misses Mabel and Corinne Ward, where she will visit relative?, several days. ' of Nocrcek, left yesterday for where they will visit relatives for a week Mr. C. L. Wedding fomerjy of Dundee, has been appointed and has Goebcl Wilson, of the U. S. Army, accepted a position as guard at tho Camp Knox, spent several days hero Eddyville Penitentiary. Mr. Wed with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo ding assumed his duties the first of Wilson, recently. this month. Madl-sonvfllo, HVm 3 You'll Look Good in a All Spring Merchandise Now In. Call and See. JStei&l&Gb The Hartford FRIDAY Republican APRIL o ing relatives at Dundee. Mrs. Minnlo Wedding Leo is visit- Tho Easter Hop given at the Rink Friday night was well attended. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Dr. E. B. Pendleton Tuesday. was In o J. J. Jarnagin, of Cromwell, was Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday. Wo havo a car of nice, clean thy and Red Top Hay. in Lime, Plaster and Cement, . ELLIS & BRO. W. 39t4 Dick Williamson spent the weekend at his homo at Wysox. Tho new bulk garden seeds have rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE ar- Timo- W. E. ELLIS & DR0. of Just arrived, a Wg assortment tf Mr. A. W. Logan went to Louis-vlll- o Sunday, returning Monday. Wagon. FOR SALE A W. E. ELLIS & BRO. FURNITURE! FURNITURE! have it nt WILLIAMS & DUKE Wo tf ,R. T. Collins camo homo Saturday to bo with his family over Sunday; t- oa Jones' Fertilizer Car will few days. ho in in' k I W.E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. Isaac Foster visited her mother, .Mrs. Brown, of Centortown, last weok. " YOUNG MEN seo ACTON BROS. Geo. Delker Buggy ad on pago 8. 39t2 I.. Dr. J. A. and Mr. 0. W. Duff, of 'Dundee, wore in town Tuesday, on business. The best place to get Enamel and Aluminum Ware is at ACTON DR0S. 39t2 . Mr. John G. was in town Wednesday, business. ' . Coins, of near Mason-vlll- e, on Mrs. Erton King and Miss Hula .King went to Owensboro, Tuesday, shopping. Miss Lilly King, of Dundee, spent with Miss Winnie D. tho weok-on- d Westorfiold. Yes wo havo stoves, E. 0. Simmons Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable . Iron Ranges. WILLIAMS & DUKE. 33tf IS- - 4rV If you are in the market foca new Miss Gustino Mills, of this office, Davenette, see our line before buying visited rolntlves near Beda, Saturday as we believe that we can furnish you Just what you want. and Sunday. ACTON BROS. 39t2 Wo aro adding a big line pt Plow Mr. Joo II. Belcher returned to Gear. Call and look it over. his home nt Rochester, Wednesday, W. E. ELLIS & DR0. 35U ' nfter spending two or three days here with his brother, Fred T .Belcher and Mr. If. E. Milllgan, of Nocrer after being quite ill for somo time, family. Is convalescent. Mrs. B. H. Mitchell and two chilJUST RECEIVED a shipment of dren, of Martwick, were the weekend guests of Mrs.. Mitchell's sister, Blue Ribbon Oil Stoves. Mrs. Sidney Williams and Mr. WilW. E. ELLIS & BRO. v liams. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Morris have Mr Barton S. Reid, of Barbours-vlllo- . taken rooms with Mrs. J. R. Phlpps, District organizer or director in They moved in Tuesday. tho OwenBboro District for the SalMr. and Mrs. Ellis Hoover, of Bur- vation Army, Mny campaign, was in nett's Crook', woro guests of Mr. and town Tuesday. Mrs. E. Crabtreo, Sunday. r Miss Gladys Bennett, who was Mrs. Cozy Dupuy, of Rockport, temporarily employed in the Bapk of spent from Monday until Wednesday Hartford during the absence of Mr. Rowan Holbrook, is doing some spewith Mrs. D. B. Hancock. cial work in this office. Mrs. A. D. Kirk returned WednesThe 1400 acre tract of coal, timday from Louisville, where she had bered and farm lands, known as the been visiting relatives a few days. Aberdeen Coal Co., property, will bo Cuscadon's Brick Cream constantly sold at Aberdeen, May 27th. See ad40t5 on band at tho Restaurant of vertisement In this issue. CASEBIER & TAYLOR,- 40t4 Mrs. T. D. Renfrow, of Oynthlana,' Miss Elizabeth Moore, secretary of is making a short visit with relatho Civilian Relief, A. M, R. C, was tives at Dundee, this weekr while her husband,' Dr. Renfrow, Is attending in Rockport, Sunday and Monday. the Dental Association in Louisville. Ranges and Seo our Bako E-Judgo J. E. Fogle, who has been Blue Bird Stoves boforo you purconfined to his room for quite a Ion-- ; chase. He time, Is slowly improving. W. E. ELLIS ft DRO. 39t4 his 72 birth anniversary WedCapt. John G. Kcown, of Evans-vlll- nesday, receiving some nice and valuInd representing tho Case ed presents and was otherwise pleasPlow Company, was in Hartford this antly reminded of the. occasion by his friends. week. -Z ed o, choico r okfng sels in aluminum WILLIAMS & DUKE. County Attorney, A. D. Kirk reThere has been another advance Tuesday afternoon from on Owensboro Wagons, but wo havo Nashville, Term., where he had been a fow Jpbs in stock that we can sell on legal business. you at the price that they will cost us when we replace them. We are expecting a car of Shingles 39t2 ACTON BROS. any day, can save you money at car door. Coming! A large shipment, of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Iowa seed Corn, Boone County White, Reed's Yellow Dent, St. Charles Red The party who has our. 1917 flle Cob, and we also have the homeof papers bound in on'o volume will grown Missouri Prolific, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. confer a very great favor by return- 39t4 ing same to this office. Mr. W. T. Woodward left th? first Mrs. Ollie Barnett, who has been of this week for Louisville, whore' he living in tho Ellis property for some will be tho guest of his son, E. M. time, has taken rooms with Mr. and Woodward and Mrs. WoolwarJ for a fow days, going from th:u to AkMrs. A. K. Anderson. ron, Ohio, where he will reside. May, of Texas, arrivMr. Marshal Did you know that where others ed herb Tuesday, to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. have 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Separator has none? It has only three S. S. May and family. working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL Miss Loubell Williams, a student BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. In the High School hflr?. was tho For salo by WILLIAMS & DUKE. week-en- d guest o: M!s3 Kittle Bess Mrs. L. R. Barnett, of Batesvllle, Dodson, of Sunnyl.ile. Ark., arrived here early yesterday guest of Mr. Mr. K. C. Westover, representing morning and was the M. Barnett yesterday, tho Extension Department, Kentucky and. Mrs. A. Moriah State University, was in Hartford going from there to the Mt. country, where she will visit relatives Tuesday and Wednesday. several days. Miss Lenora Lindley, of Llvermore, Mr. Charlio A. Leach and family, will return homo today, after having spent a week here, tho guest of formerly of Graham, have moved into tho property recently purchased of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett. B. II. Ellis. Mr. Leach will havo charge of tho prestription departMr. and Mrs. Roscoe Carson, of ment, with the Ohio County Drug Co., Mr. Connersvllle, Ind., are visiting after the 15th, of this month. and Mrs. 0. D. Carson, of this place and other relatives near here. WE BUY, raise and sell turned Taylor Made Suli and you'll feel good wheir you see their values. Let TAYLOR Do Your Tailoring Carson (& " Co.! X:MM Hartford, Kentucky. THE DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR Brings Prosperity to the Farm;. More De Lavals in use than all other makes cona-bine- d. It is the WORLD'S STANDARD. With, the coming of Spring, the freshening of the cows, andlt&e coming on of the grass, you can make your mills cheaper and there is therefore no better time tfiasn RIGHT NOW to buy that De Laval.' If you-- ass? fur-beari- anirabbits and other mals. , Place your order with us, and list what ever stock you have 'with us, stating lowest flat prices fur-beari- Address on large shipments.. N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. 515-51- 7 m Mrs. W. T. Wodward was called to Henderson last weok on account of tho serious illness of her little grandson, William Nance, who had been Mrs operated on for mastoditls, Woodward will go from Henderson to Akron, Ohio, to Join Mr. Woodward, who is to procede her there. Havo you a child In your home about 10 or 12 years old. He or she can operate a Sharpies Separator as well as an older person, the only dif- eronco you will get thru quicker than a child for you will turn faster than tho child. For a Sharpies Is GUARANTEED to got all the cream at any' speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & DUKE for a free demonstration. 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. thinking of buying something cheaper, better some of your neighbors who h,ave already ine& them and then purchase a De Laval. Just best judgment, then call us for a demonstrations. use-jre-- ae t t PAPERS LOST Bound Volume, complete issue of year 19i7, Republican. We imagine some one borrowed the file for some Our implements are moving faster than.ussa3L We have already sold cultivators, which is- a Kftks unusual, but we believe that it was wise ana! suggest that in as much as it costs you no more to pui chase early, that you let us have your order far anything that you might need in the implement Imeaa? that we can hold it for you. You know the marknfc conditions as well as we, so again we advise yotLtH? use your best judgment. Come in and look throogSs our line. It costs you nothing to look and it mfgSft be the means of saving some money. Remember the 5 per cent cash discount. This is the place wfieot your money buys the most. - J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS BEAVER DAM, KY. BOTH PHONES. k purpose and forgot to return same. The volume is worth tlin, is visiting relatives hero this weok. less to anyone excepting to Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hardin spent this office, but extremely im- Saturday and Sunday at McIIenry, the portant to us. We would guests of relatives. Miss Etholyn Thomas spent last very much appreciate the rewith her sister, Mrs. W. C Wade, of Cromwell. turn of the missing papers. re- Dundeo, tho guests of relattrra. Mr. Ray Cornell, who works? flee the oil fields at Franklin, spent ttwmm Saturday un.tll Wednesday at kite home, hero. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Case lifer axtft weok-en- d children and Miss Georgia Smltfr3f Hartford, spent tho week-en- d wrtte their mother, Mrs. Magnolia SiuiS&A. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Park have Miss Wlllio Hollo Hardin icenft turned to heir homo, after spendDUKEHUItST McIIenry Saturday to spond fca Mr. J. T. Hoover, of near Hartford, ing the winter in Owensboro. . Mrs. Romney Helton and children weeks with her grandparents, KSp. was here Monday. .. Hardin. Mrs. S. L. Longfellow, of Frank- - spent from Friday until Monday at and Mrs. llfi-- . JU- 1S Jl-,, FARM DEPARTMENT. Serious Aniinnl nml Hmnmi Diseases Cnnlcil Hy HoR". Jinny diseases of ninn nnd domestic nnlmals nro carried by dogs. Everybody, of course, knows that the dog is responsible for rabies but It Is not eo gcnernlly known that the dog is cqunlly responsible for other fatal diseases. Among thorn may bo mentioned hydatid and gld In man and stock, tapeworm In man and especially In children, tonguo worm In man nnd stock, "measles" In sheop and cystlcercosis of the liver In stock. Some of these parasites depend so absolutely on dogs ns carriers that they would become extinct If dogs were not available as hosts. Dogs probably play a part, also, In the spread of dlseaso duo to fungi, such as ringworm and favus, and they certainly play a part In tho spread of diseases that may bo carried by ncas. Tho United States Department of Agriculture, while recognizing the dog ns a useful domestic nnlmal, In slsts that care must bo taken to mini jnlze tho danger of diseases spread by them. In a general way, say the specialists of tho department, thero nro three kinds of dogs tho ownerless dog, the other person's dog and your own dog. The stray dog, which recognizes no owner, they say, does not fit Into the modern scheme bf civilization and must be eliminated. A dog that Is allowed by tho owner to wander at large will have substantially the same habits of life, the same sort of food, and bo practically as dangerous as the ownerless dog. You have tho Tight to insist, they point out, that such dogs keep off your premises. Your own dog should be handled In such a way as best to further the welfare of the dog and the community. Ho should be kept In restraint and not allowed the full freedom of the house or even of tho outside premises. He should not be allowed to be familiar with people, and especially with children. Tho dog should be kept free from external parasites by frequent baths and, if necessary, other appropriate measures, and should be freed from Internal parasites by suitable measures and kept free by adequate attention to his food. He should only be allowed to leave the yard or the kennels In company with some person, and wherever conditions call for It should be kept in leash. When away from homo the dog should be muz- zled with a reliable metal muzzle, not with a strap muzzle that would be cruel 'to the dog if tight enough to bo effective and which is usually so loose as merely to give a false sense of security, since It permits the dog to bite. Pall-bor- seed cleaning machinery was Install- -' cd, with tho result that 7S5 bushels r, of seeds, Including clover, sweot alfalfa, soy beans, and timothy, under tho hen are likely to get enough of tho powder to Injure them and 2,500 pounds of rape seed have soverely. If the dusting Is dono dur- been purchased and nro being reing tho morning In fair weather, tho claimed. hen will not hover tho chicks enough " Xo Compromise" With .Scrubs. to Injure them until the Injurious Whothor bulls, boars, rams, or, quality of tho powder has ben largely roosters If they nro in the scrub dissipated. class they must gol This is the do-- ', clnratlon of West Virginia which, Decrease In 11110 Cultlo Hecelpts Many thousands of Lnst year 12,152,000 animals, ex- having Joined tho "Better sires Betwomen suffering from cluding calves, or 784,000 less than tor stock" campaign, la going at livewomanly trouble, havo AlIn 1918, wero sold by farmers at tho stock Improvement with n will. been benefited by the use groat primary markets of tho middle ready hundreds of farmers have of Cardul, the woman's west Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha, pledged thomsolvcs to uso only puretonic, according to letters Joseph, St. Paul, and bred sires. Feeding demonstrations St. Louis, St. we receive, similar to thi3 to be numerous during tho comyear In are Sioux City. Tho record one from Mrs. Z. V. Spcl! oMIayne.N.C. "I could1 theso mnrkets was 1918 for both ing months and whole counties nro planning to put on campaigns, tho not stand on my feet, and' cattlo and hogs. Of tho latter, Just suffered terribly,"' wero marketed In 191S, and object of which Is to securo more she says. "As my suf25,280,000 wero marketed In 1919. purebred stock. It Is expected that fering was so great, and a new record In 1919 within tho next few months several lambs, made he had tried other reme- hundred head of purebred sires, and when 14,308,000 animals wore marhad us dies, Dr. keted. These figures are In accord- - nlso dams, will bo brought Into thi I began get Cardul. . part of tho general program anco with reports received by tho State as improving, and it cured live-stostandard. Sevme. I know, and my Bureau of Crop Estimates of tho U. to raise tho eral counties undoubtedly will bo able doctor knows, what CarS. Department of Agriculture. to show a list of purebred sires withdul did for me, for my nerves and health were time. Tho homo vegetable garden should in a short about gone." family Interest and all members bo a of tho family who are able to do so How Much Must An Acre Yield To Bo Profitable? should take part In Its cultivation Is tho per acre yield of your farm There Is no better form of outdoor exercise than moderate working In sufficiently high to make satisfactotho homo garden, and few lines of ry returns on tho capital and labor recreationnl work will glvp greater expended In producing crops on It? This is ono of tho 16 questions returns for the time employed. that tho United States Department of Agrlculturo urges every farmer to Tho Horse nml the Motor. Even though it may be true that answer for himself in determining vehicle has begun whether-o- r not he Is managing his tho motor-drive- n In a number of She writes further; 1 to put the farm horse "on tho run" farm efficiently. am in splendid health . . . thero Is no evidence that he has de- farm management studies in tho can do my work. 1 feel I veloped much speed, and his total South, on small farms averaging 29 owe it to Cardul, for I was value still compares favorably with acres of crops, tho department found in dreadful condition." On under pre-wconditions that an r of farm animals. other classes If ycu are nervous, runJanuary 1,1920, the Bureau of Crop erago yield of 355 pounds of cotton down and weak, or suffer of the United States De- an aero Is required to mako an averEstimates from headache, backache, estimated age farm income barely sufficient ti partment of Agrlculturo etc., every month, try of horses on- farms in pay a fair rental for tho uso of the the total value Cardui. Thousands of this country at $1,993,000,000, or land and give tho operator ordinary women praise this medijust a little below the value of milk wages for his labor and management. cine for the good it has cows, which was .,U22,000,000. Not until tho group of farms with an done them, and many average of 121 cropped acres was physicians who have used reached did an average yield of les3 Seed Itccliilmcil Vov Kavnicrs Cardui successfully with County agent in Woodford than 215 pounds of cotton an acre Tho their women patienls, for County, 111., has devoted much lime mako an average farm Income suffiyears, endorse this mediduring tho past year to tho organiza- cient for rent and tho fanner's wages cine. Think what it means protion and development of the Wood- The influence of yield on cost of to be in splendid health, ford County Agricultural Association. duction was just as marked with corn like Mrs. Spell. Give This association was formed with a and other crops as with cotton. Cardui a trial. paid-u- p capital of between 5,000 and Full details as to this and the oth 0,000. The stock Is held by about er 15 points involved In efficient farm All 100 members of the Woodford Coun- - management are embodied in United - States Department of Agrlculturo Cirty Farm Bureau. A suitable building was rented at the county seat and cular S3, "Testing Farms In the South for Efficiency In Management,' copies of which may bo had freo on application to the Department of GENERAL BUSINESS Agriculture, Washington, D. C. clo-vo- DIRECT CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owomuoro. Coni'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- CLR Y A-,. Health About Gone IHUVEIt I)AM. ford. Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. Otto C. Mar Master Commissioner tin, Hartford. TniHtco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. Olork R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovcna. iORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonos. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. j j Hartford. 00 1st Monday in March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Mondny In May 12 days Civil. lBt Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 12 doys 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days E. S. County Board of Education Com'th. nnd Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Moots first Monday In each month. Route G. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fo'rdsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Biankenship. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Surveyor C. S. Moxloy. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday in April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear er Dam. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. 4tli District Q. W. Rowe, Center- town. nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- town. Oth District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. F. Rico, Fordsvllle. 7th DIstrlct-r-8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart ford, Route 5. B. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun-de- c. ck ' Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslnc. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. C Nat LIndlcy, Ccntor-tow- n. TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic County Board of Examiners: E. S. Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklff and Irn Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th 17th. EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma' May 14 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Tcnchors' Examination at Hartford, (White). May 2S nnd 29 County Teachers' Exnmlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS and 19 County nnd Stnto Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo, ar - HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilcr. Clerk N. II. Bratchcr. Pollco Judge S. L. Fitlkorson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratchcr. (Whlto). June 25 nnd 26 County and State Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Sept. 17 nnd 18 County nnd Stato Tcachors' Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). Sept. 24 nnd 25 County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Every Woman Wan(sj Druggists Mothers 5r SstcNE! SITUATION IS GOOD w&iri FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Unsolved in water for douches itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Finliham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for nasnl catarrh, ore throat and oro cye Economical. Hu exlnwdinanf cleaniina od tiermickUl power. , jpaU.Tr. PaitonToilel Company. Dottoa. Mm. sue. ill diuEBuU. lh X5 use V WHY HAVE siPkkvnO J Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy. Tho great benefit derived from tho Low Kill) use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Commercial Failures At n calves should be weaned Ami Buying Power Is by after they have been placed on pas- Why Worry, Fret, ami Get Nothing has been gratefully acknowledged Knormous. many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakeney. ture in. the Spring, and then a graduDone, Just Because Your Decatur, 111:, writes, "Chamberlain's ally increasing allowance of grain Blood Is SlugKi'l? ' Cough Remedy is by far the best New York, April 2. Dun's tomorshould be given them, with hay and medlcino for colds and coughs we row will say: silage added later In tho summer. Strengthening eds Your Blood have ever used in our family. I "Seasonal characteristics appear In For baby beef they should go Into dry lot for finishing at tho end of People Nowadays Take That Wonder- give it to my children when small for retail distribution, which develops ad in Increased animation as spring croun and have taken it myself." tho pasture season, and bo ready to fully Effective Blood Tonic, vances, and reports of tho Easter in December or January. market Your Druggist Has It KIT DAL.TO.V, LAST OF turnover, notwithstanding tho proJAMES GANG DIES longed era of extreme prices, aro alweighs about 57 Really, Isn't it foolish to be handiA cubic foot ofice most uniformly favorable. About 45 cubic feet of capped for weeks in the Spring, Just pounds. Memphis, April 3. Kit Dalton, tho After soveral years of rising prices, ordinarily because your blood is sluggish? space should be allowed storing a ton of ice. You last survivor of tho famous Jesse embracing practically every commodglorious Spring days! Tho for gueril- ity, tho continued largo movement of ought to enjoy them, Instead of feel James band and the Quantrell ordinary circumstances ing unhappy and half asleep Just too las no longer will bo seen on the goods into consumption Is especially Under to 1 ton of ice tired out for anything. You ought streets of Memphis clad In the uni- noteworthy, and demonstrates that from about per cow is needed annually for cool- to be finding new vigor for your form of a Confederate officer. He tho enhanced purchasing power acpenni- cruing from the higher wages and tho ing cream and from 1 2 to 2 tons work In tho Spring air "pep", en- died today with his boots off, less, and at tho ago of 7S in n board- unusually profitable returns from cooling milk on a dairy farm. happiness! thusiasm, for health ac business nnd agriculture is still presBut you can't, because your blood ing house here. Broken were ent in many channels. Feed Affects Flavor Anil Color is clogged with poisons. For long complished what federal officers Hen's "Measured by the first quarter's In unable to do during his seventeen Of Egg YolUs. months it has had too little fresh air solvency statement, which discloses extreme cases the flavor and and has fought oft many germs. And years of outlawry. In Tho story of Dalton's picturesque fewer failures than in any similar properties odor of the feed have been Imparted it now has inegg. Onions have been fed that are not needed in warm weather. life is more thrilling than any work period in four decades, trade and to the of fiction depicting bold robberies. dustry maintain a position of strength Don't work under a handicap, when in sufficient quantity to bring about Those who desire to It isn't necessary at all. Clear up He started his role as bandit under and stability, and tho recent turn for this effect. articlo should your sluggish blood. Give it help. the leadership of tho James boys, the better in foreign exchnngo has market a up of thirty- - rendered financial aspects more reasgive feeds of high and objectionnot Get somo of that famous blood puri- taking part in the hold six trains, eight stage coaches and suring and has been helpful to genable flavor to their flocks. fier and tonic, twenty-tw- o banks. Ho eral sentiment. Is used by physi the robbery of In no case should tainted feed bo "Weekly bank clearings plied the same means to a livelihood You can buy it allowed to enter tho ration. Feed cians everywhere. guerillas and tho an influence on the color of at any drug store In either liquid with the also has tho yolk. Corn fed exclusively will or tablet form, Just as you prefer. Bass gang uf Texas. Dalton forsook banditry to becomo SOCIALISTS MAY GO give a deep yellow or highly colored There's no difference in medicinal TO CRIMINAL COURT a gambler In Memphis when the fedproyolk, while wheat fed alone will jaluo. A fairly you get the eral government granted amnesty to a much lighter yolk Mako certain that duce Albany, N. Y., Apr. 2. Whethor high colored yolk is usually preforred genulno Ask for nil Civil War raiders. Later he re formed and becamo an evangelist. the five ousted Socialist assemblymen usually bo obtained by feed- "Glide's" nnd seo and can will be called upon to face criminal ing a moderate amount of corn. that tho namo "Gude's" is on the IMPATIENT FOK ACTION court proceedings and whethor tho green feed also enriches package. Advertisement. Plenty of Socialist party will bo prosecuted on s tho color of tho yolk. The little boy on returning homo charges of conspiracy hangs upon a POSSES WASHINGTON'S HIXTKEN-DLADPENKNIFE from Sunday school, gazed for a tlmo conference to take placo in Albany Usually several hens can bo set brother, and asked: next week. at his month-olgood results In one largo room with "Mummy, when will baby begin to While official verification of this Mansfield, Ohio, April 3. Tho sixor loft, providing each with feed, could not bo obtained today, it was bath, so that they teen blade pocketknifo, presented to talk?" . water, and dust "I expect it will bo a year before recalled that in ono of tho briefs filmay leave tho nests and roturn at Georgo Washington In 1784 by a nests should bo placed sev- Captain DoWecs, recently camo Into ho can say anything," roplied the ed with the Judiciary commlttoo coun-so- l will. Tho for tho commtteo asserted that eral feet apart to nvold Interference tho possession of Georgo DoWees, of mother. "Why; mummy" said tho boy In a tho Socallsts and Socialist party were Straw or hay, not Chicago, a descendant. with ono another. "Now that It Is back In tho family disappointed tone, "Job cursed tho "amenable under tho terms of tho chaff, makes the best nesting materesplonago act." Any legislation, it wo moan to keep it and pass It on day ho was born!" ial. was said, would bo taken by tho disfrom gonorutlon to generation ns a SOUNDING HIM. most valuable heirloom and treasure trict attorneys of Bronx, New York, Dust Fowls In Tho Morning. Eliza- and Kings counties, In which nro lo"Father," said o of American history," continued the Dust the fowls with sodium beth, "I want to ask you a vory cated tho districts from which tho to get rid of lice. For hens with nophew. 'portant question." expelled Socialist assomblymen woro On tho death of his undo tho young chickens it Is particularly im"Yes, dear, what is it?" elected. dusting be dono ear- knlfo Is to pass Into tho posscssloi portant that the "Well, tomorrow's my birthday, 4 ly in tho morning on a bright day. If of tho eldest nephew, William Do- Nonrly 400,000 persons aro now on day or in bad Wees, proprietor of tho Chicago Ad and I'd like to know what you thlni. it Is dono later in tho ' I'd like to have for a present." strlko In Franco. weather the chicks while snuggling dressing Company. one-ha- lf heat-makin- "SPRING FEVER" s VprimtiTAp FortheCMdren. A Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy-five ISKaioi-fM- w .md by I J in?) years contintesti- j Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female .veoKnesse' iney ore trie supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. .&!me Bill rs UJESa PI ram monial can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the iittlo ones happy and FKEY'S VERMIFUGE uous ute is Ihe bcit healthy. 30c a bottle at your dniggit'a or General atorc; or if your dealer can't tupplyyou.iend hit name nnd 30c in atamua and we'll end you a bctde promptly. L & S. FREY, Baltimore, Hi m Vasssls FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. WILL YOU TAKE OUR For Colds, Catarrh or Influenza GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealmtnl g MmWyy OHIO MEDICAL CO. for WEAK LUNGS - 1 or CONSUMPTION fecllnc, A quick relief for that tired, cousbs, paint In elicit, nlcht twcati, hemorconsumption. If it dots rhage!, weak lunEl or oothelp you it coatt you notMot. c first-cla- ss FORGONE MONTH Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- n $8,0G7,-599,910- ." Qui-ntre- ll .aSM? AX Pepto-Manga- n. "Pepto-Mangan- ," E d fluo-rld- Do you fed weak and unequal to tho work ahead of you ? Do you still cough a little, or does your nose bother you? Aro you palo? Is your blood thin and watery? Better put your body Into fchapo. Build strong An old, rcllablo blood maker and herbal tonic raado from wild roots and barks, is Dr. Flerco's Golden Medical Discovery, This "nature remedy" comes In tablot or liquid form. It will build up your body and protect you from disease germs which lurk everywhere. Ono of tho actlvo Ingredients of this aitcratlvo and tonic Is wild cherry bark with stllllngla, which Is so good for tho lungs and for coughs; also Oregon grapo root, blood root, stone root, Quoen's root, all skilfully combined In the Medical Discovery. These roots havo a direct action on tho stomach, lmprovlngdlgostlon and assimilation. Tlieso herbal extracts In tho "Discovery" aid In and iro bast for scrofula. By Improving the they fortify tho body against an attack of grip or colds. Catarrh should bo troatcd, first, as a blood dlseaso, with this alterative. Then, In addition, tho noso should bo washed dally with Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remody. Sond 10c for trial pkg. of Medical Discovery Tablets or Catarrh Tablets to Dr I'lerce'a Invalids' Hotel, Butlalo, N. Y. 1 -co blood-makin- g U-j- USE LI V-VE- R-L For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ' Fcelrteht nil tho time. Don't lay oS from work for days by taking calomoi when pleasant Llo- - Ver-La- x keeps yo on your feet, while relieving your trotd o. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo ZjV.VIs Lax will completely displace calomel in ever) home. i Children can tako it freely ano with perfect safety. Every bottloguar anteed. fjOcand $1 in bottles. None genuine without the likeness and sigua-- ' iuro of L. Kt Grigsby, For Bale by L H. WILLIAMI. Urtior .M y V h feet of water. Tho stage was swunf? nshoro beforo tho boat wont down, giving tho passengors and tho crow G. 0. P. SECRETARY nmplo tlmo to cscapo. Homo of tho llvo stock that was on tho boat per ished. Tho water Is now over tho hurricane decks. Croon is Clerk of House Suggested rising rapidly, and tho high Itlver Is water likoly to carry away tho Texas nnd State Central Commitcabin. tee Officer. Tho Bowling Croon wns owned by tho Kvnnsvlllo and Bowling Green Pnckot Company and was built In Pholpq, of Jofforsonvlllo in 1906. Friends ot Lllhurn Jamestown, who was chief clork of ' 4t Houho of Itqpresentatlvcs, at the heklin. recent session, aro suggesting that ho Mr. Leo Heflln returned to his would mnko an excellent secretary Central homo at Hoflln Friday. State of tho Republican Mr. flu rm on Kuykcndoll visited Committee, to succeed Alvls 8. Uen-noof Hartford, now n memher of nt Hoflln Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Paul Ilusell, ot this place, went tho Workmen's Compensation Hoard. Sinco Mr. Dennett's appointment to Owensboro last week, on business. Mr, Nat Condlt, who has been Republican leaders havo boon on tho lookout for a cnpablo man to tako seriously ill for somo tlmo, Is better. Miss Marllssa Foster Is visiting Ills placo In tho party organization. Tho position Is a trying one, calling friends nt Centcrtown and Hartford for exceptional qualifications, howev- this week. Mr. Clay naird has been looking er, and thus far tho mouihcrs of tho commltteo havo not been nblo to very sad stneo ho has found out ho make n choice In tho meantime Mr. Is to young to get married. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Bonnett, ot Be-d- a, Uonnctt has been continuing tho visited their daughter, Mrs. Etta his former duties. of Bownn, ot this placo Sunday. open Campaign Kurly. To Itev. Landry filled his regular apTho Republicans aro planning to pointment at Shlnklo Chapel Saturopen their campaign early this year day night, Sunday and Sunday night. and It will not ho convenient to defer Miss Cora Thomasson and broththo election of a secretary much er havo moved near South Carrollton, longer. whoro they will mako their future Mr. Phelps Is n former momher of home. tho Houso of Itepresontntlvcs, havMr. David Havener left Tuesday ing served In the esilnns ot 1911 for Owensboro, to bo at tho bed side ind 1918. IIo Is a lawyer. Tho of his father, Mr. Havener, who 13 ho inn do as a parliamentarian very 111. wai among tho compelling consldera-lion- s Mrs. Will Johnson, better known which resulted In his una.!-jnotias Aunt Rachel, died nt her homo election as chief clork at the Wednesday, and was burled at recent session. Friday. She leaves a host of Tho clerkship of the House ot friends to mourn her loss. Sho has It Is a difficult position. been a sufferer for moro than three Is posalblo and not Infrequent for a years. careless clerk to nullify tho action Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson, of near of tho Legislature Mr. Phelps mado Pleasant Hill, Mr. Joe Johnson nnd ;i rerrarkablo record as clork, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Lottio of Carson, has been highly commended by mem- Louisvlllo attended tho fimeraV of bers. Tho suggestion of his namo their mother, Mrs. Will Johnson, for the commltteo secretaryship Is a hero, Friday. i.cqucl to tho work ho did at Frankfort. SCANDAL BREWING Mr. Uennntt has been secretary of more than a dozen tho commltteo for IVnorltism to Allen Red And I.W.W. years. Oidcicil Dcporietl, Hy High Phelps believe that Friends of Mr. Officials Charged. no ono can be found who will como rcqulremctns ot nearer to meeting tho Wnshlncton. April 3. Disclosures tho placo, If he will accept It. of a sensational character are in nrellmlnary reports of rep Surgeons agrco that in cases ot Immigra cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho resentatives of the House of examining treatment Is most Important. tion Commltteo engaged, in cases ot first in When an efficient antiseptic is ap- tho records and ovidenco recently promptly, there Is no danger ot n number ot alien I. W. W.'s plied begins to ordored deported and subsequently Infection and tho wound from memheal at once. For uso on man or released, It was learned antiseptic bers of tho committee today. boast. Borozono Is tho Ideal By tho time tho investigation is nnd healing agent. Uuy it now and completed, some of tho commlttce-mn- n Prico Im ready for an emergency. scandal in believe n 25c, GOc, $1.00 nnd $l.G0.Sold by volving high officials will have been m Ohio County Drug Company. developed. Members of tho commltteo would CENTEUTOWN. not go further Into details than to caso after caso had been C. M. Swain Is building nn addi- assert that fnnii in which special boards of In tion to his residence. alien. tor de Jess Stogner and family, of Okla- quiry had rccommonded portation and that nommisbiuuei relatives hero. homa, aro visiting Camlnettl Immigration Tho farmers are getting very busy Gonoral ot necessary warrant, but had Issued tho for a crop. around hero, preparing up had cancelled tho Leo Mason is moving with his fam- officials higher in tho fu- doportatlon warrants. ily to Itockport, to resido Added importance is given to tho ture. that of Hartford, win Investigation becauso of tho factpartiHon. C. M. Crowo, being conducted along in town Monday evening, on legal it Is not commltsan lines. Democrats on tho business. said to bo as deeply InterMiss Mnrllssa Foster, of Heflln, teo aro Republicans in bringing npont Monday night here, tho guest ested as tho Tho ground Kuyken-lol- l. out tho truo situation. of Misses Mattlo nnd Lottlo pressed on which tho Inquiry Is being favortlsm by someone In S. D. Iloskett, tho hustling mer- is alleged mininritv to'allons who havo chant of this placo, has purchased a i.ii. on deportation charges Ford truck for tho purpose ot hauling been arrested own recog goods."' and then released on their freight" and delivering ' nizance PHELPS IS TIPPED ASK "OPEN DOOR" FOR FARM LABOR Conference To Urge Admission Of European Workmen. York, April 3. To afford to tho farms hard hit by tho movement of farm labor to tho cities a national conference, to bo held In New York City, April 7, will voto upon a proposal to amend tho literacy test In order to admit European agricultural workers for work on tho farms. Tho findings will bo Incorporated In a testimonial to Congress. Tho conference will bo attended by N,ew ro-ll- ot le tt, representatives of industry, agriculture, flnanco, labor and various racial al 'e-co- rd B No-cre- ek groups. Tho meeting will bp held undor the Council auspices of tho Inter-Raciof which Gen. Coleman du Pont Is chairman. A spcclnl committee has prepared a questlonalre on Immigration topics which has been submitted to a list of 5,000 people In the United States. The suggestions included In tho replies will be taken up fully at tho conference. The meeting will endeavor to outline a plan ot selective immigration which, while barring dangerous ultra radicals and other Undesirables, win place no barriers In tho way of de sirable immigrants. The views of leading agriculturists on the kind of selective Immigration that will best servo tho Interests of agriculture will bo given especial em nhasls. Labor representatives, in dustrial managers and bankers also will bo asked to contribute to tho discussion. The Industries of tho country have been complaining that the dwindling ot Immigration during tho war has left, this country short 4,000,000 im migrant workmen, not to mention more than 200,000 who are reported to havo left tho country and moro than 1,000,000 who aro preparing to leave when tho passport regulations aro withdrawn. It Is the reflex ot this condition that is being felt by American agri culture, the Industrial leaders say. In shooting tho barrel Is nctunlly pointed a llttlo nhovo the target. Tho bullet thercforo rises some dlstanco guns sovcral in the caso ot long-rang- e hundred or sovernl thousand feet and then gradually drops downward, still moving swiftly In the direction In which tho oxploMon In tho gun hurled It. until It finally hits tho target, If tho aim was good. When n bullet is fired upward or downward tho pull ot gravity acts on It only at nn acuto anglo It It Is mov ing in a truo vortical lino upward gravitation will net only to check Its upward flight; if moving downward, only to accelcrato It. For that rea son no compensation for tho pull of gravity Is necessary. But, as such compensation is mado in tho sights, for horizontal shooting, tho bullet will strike above tho tar-gif tho aim has been truo. Obviously, tho thing to do Is to aim a little lower, tho amount to bo determined by practice and experience. Ot course the sights could bo ndjusted for vertical shooting but the gun then would not hit whero you aimed In shooting horizontally. that ChSEdren Cry 'vv for Fletcher's flHi ! EzUf K SHLaal ItBT Hi Wfi wftf A wf' She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in. use lor over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and nas been made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. j?7tr7 "Just-as-good" 'COCC'tvi, Allow nn onr tn Airtivn trnu In M, All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ot SHORTAGE OF MINISTERS REDUCES CHURCH SE1U ICE Owlne to a serious shortage of ministers, believ ed duo largely to the high cost of living and larger salaries obtainable In other professions, many churches In Missouri have been forced to re duce service to onco or twice a month. According to tho latest annual ot the Missouri BaptlBts, Just Issued, there aro 1,853 Baptist churches in the state, with 1,250 ministers uKJ 195,- The annual calling 46 8 members. attention to the shortage of ministers, says there aro 231 churches In the state with preaching every Sun day, 392 with sermons two Sundays a month, ana 937 witn preacmng oniy once a month. St. Louis, April 3. ' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ?Bears the Signature of ALWAYS I In Use For 0yer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CgNTAUR COMPANY. NgW VORK OITV, Hr I SEES SAFETY IN BALKAN ALLIANCE Rumanian Leader Wants U. S. To Take Important Part In Middle Ea-s-t Work. Bucharest, April 2, Safety for Europe lies in an alliance between Rumania, Poland, Czechoslovakia and Greece, Is the opinion of Take Jones-c- a, who as an editor, financier and politician, has played a prominent role in the national life of Rumania He exfor a quarter of a century. pressed tho hope of seeing such an alliance realized with America taking an important part in the work ' of Balkan countries. "Unless America shows Interest In Balkan commerce," he said, "It is possible we all will again fall Into the hands of Germany, If only because of the exchange situation. Rumania is I 9 mkhsz reuw 5g-- For House Or Bam It For whatever purpose and in whatever color need paint, you will find Red Spot exactly you the thing con-fnin- - WHY SHOTS UP OR DOWN MISS. not only has the merit of quality, but comes in so many shades and grades that you are sure to find at this store just what you want. Such high quality materials are used in the manufacture of it that you get a paint that will wear. hit the bull's eye every tlmo, shooting a rifle horizontally, but. let him try to hlr something nbout vertically above or A man may be able to That's the reason we handle the Red Spot ACTON HARTFORD, KY. full-fledg- below him nnd ho will mls3 almost Invariably unless he has had experience In thnt kind of shooting and has learned tho secret ot aiming correct ly for such shots. Expert squirrel hunters can bring down tholr game overy shot, oven when it is directly above them. This Js becauso they consciously or unconsciously aim just a llttlo lower than they would for a successful horizontal shot. As overvono knows, a bullet, free to do so, will fnll to tho ground in obedience to tho law of gravitation. Tho same bullet, loaded into a gun nnd shot off horizontally from tho same elevation, will be affected by gravity In the same way nnd will move toward tho earth at the same speed as when It waa simply allowed to fall. It Is clear, therefore, that tho bullet fired from a gun is ncted on by two forces that of tho gases rosultlng from tho combustion of tho powder behind it in the gun and that of gravity. As a result its path Is a curve. In setting the sights of a gun allowance is mado for this downward pull of gravity; they aro so adjusted BROS., determined to operate matters for JDEMl'SBY-KBAUN- S CASK POSTPONED TWO WEEKS A. O. STANLEY'S SOLILOQUY up a good pace, I have lived a gay life, kept But today I am lost in tho woods; my last race, I promised too 'much when I made For I could not deliver the goods. my time, A shrowd politician I've been in But now I'm beginning to fall; My only slim chanco to survive in this clime Is hook on to Wilson's coat-tal- l. CHORUS- I k San Francisco, April 3. Tho cases of Jack Dompsoy, heavyweight cham pion, and his manager, Jack lvearns, indicted by a federal grand Jury In alleged connection with Dempsoy's draft, were evasion of the selective called in tho United States District Court today and went over for two week, at which time It was announc ed, tho cases would bo set for trial. appearNolthor Dompsoy nor Kearns ed In Court. ' herself, out may not bo able to do so. I am very sorry America has refused to occupy Constantinople, and I am sure In a few years the people of the United States will realize their mistake in not doing this service to civilization nnd possibly to tholr own commerce. "Neither .Franco nor England nor Italy can control the Middle East. It Is too big a task, but America, bein; disinterested politically, could do It. As America will not tako a mandate, further solution must bo found. I advocate sending Rumanian troops to help the Allies In the present chomo of neutralizing Constantinople and tho Dardanelles, as wo have a great Interest In keeping open thpt outlet to the sea. It must not be forgotten It tho straits are loft In the hands of a weak Power New Russlr. For will push for Constantinople. tho present Russia Is In a state of anarchy, so the actual situation, with the rest ot Europe having neither war nor peace nor diplomatic relations, Is best. That doe3 not mean If the Soviets offer real peaco and not of an armistice for tho purpose spreadying propaganda we should not treat, them In the same fashion. Yet we must remember the Soviets havo acted like barbarians." . SUPERINTENDENT COLVIN SELECTS TWO EXAMINERS -- Silk iffi 'DRY" WORLD, PLAN S fore-fee- t. ' 1IOAT THAT SANK Oh! save me, dear Woodrow! .Bo quick to advance ' ' E'ro I como to a sorrowful end. see at a glance 'tis my very lost chance I To bo your servant and friend. ' IS TOTAL LOSS Ind., April 5 The Evansvlllo, m atoamor Bowling Groon, plying Green Hlver trade, Evansvlllo and Avhlch sank in Green River oppositey Thurs-da:South Carrollton, Ky early prove a total loss, morning, will s it was announced. Tho steamer Is not Insured valued at $75,000 and arrived Tho crow and tho passengers horo Friday. accident The officers say that the ere wind blowwas caused by the A large ing the boat against a rock. Tho pilot hole was torn In tho hull. oPPO.tto.Wo Hacked tho boat to the prow to the river and ran her of the in uuoui Tho steamer sanktwonty-uv- o uhuutos aud in about Z Success has perched on my checkered career ' For I've foiled tho people at will; ' But I no longer bank on whisky and beer, For thoy'vo Just about broke up tho still. ' One time Into offlco I could sail with a whiz, ' nut now when I look at the mall I'm bound to acknowledge m)only chanco Is v To rldo In on Wilson's coat-tal- l. ' CHORUS. In days gone by I was long on the "treat," , , For It kept me ahead In tho game; But now it looks like I am certainly beat, But I'll run tho raco thru Just the Ba'mo, ' ' growing more cold as harder I work, I'm For my tricks no longer prevail. By best friends aro beginning to shirk, Ohl whero is Wilson's coat-tall- ? CHORUS. It. N. ELLIOTT. Owensboro, Ky., October 28, 191S. circumstantial conclusion; not even the most learned naturalist can say carry llusy On Dry authoritatively how rates can Prohibition Federation eggs without breaking them. Universe Scheme Some who claim to have deen the feat performed say that the rat.holds New York, April 3 A new or egg closely between his chin and ganization Is forming to fight for the forefeet or grips it snugly between world-wid- e 'prohibition. When he wants to dehis It is called tho World Prohibition scend to a lower level he covers' tho Federation. egg with his body so as to protect it New strength for the "dry" cause and then deftly tumbles down. In Is seen in tho new organisation's co somo cases, ulleged understanding with the operative aver, one rat will hold the egg, lying Catholic Priests' Prohibition League. flat on his back and a crowd of his Dr. Charles Scanlon, Pittsburg, Is fellows will seize his tail and drag president of the American section of him and tho egg over lovel surfaces. the federation, International headNumerous observers agree that a quarters ot which are In London. number of rats In variably take part This Is regarded as evldenco of new in tho work of carrying an egg. Howteam work in tho "dry" movement, ever, looking on from a distance, as n League has becauso the Is necessarily the caso, It Is difficult never had Catholic affiliation. to determine exactly how the indiviLeague la net conTho duals of tho group work. They do nected with the federal Ijii William a great deal of squeaUng but H. Anderson, Now York stato super- has been able to decide whether this intendent ot the league, doesn't think is in tho nature ot complaint at havvery much of the federation. He says ing to do what seems an unfair pro It Is "largely a paper organization" portion of the work or an outcry ot and controlled by tho radical ele pain from getting scratched or having their toes stepped on. Perhaps Frankfort, Ky., April 3. Superin- ment.'1 A dozen "dry" organizations either they make the Job a sort of football tendent of Public Instruction George fedby tho new scrimmage and squeel In sheor enjoyColvln today announced tho appoint- havo been absorbed with it. Con ment of tho fun and excitement. ments of Warren Peyton, of Kords-vlll- eration or are affiliated temsuperintendent ot tho graded trol has been obtained of threo tho National publications, perance and. high schools, and Charles o. Temperanco BanCOLDS breed and Ityan, city school superintendent of Advocate, Youths' Lily. Lawronceburg, as members ot tho ner and the Water Spread INFLUENZA State Board ot Examiners. They KILL THE COLD AT succeded A. B. Jolly of Mentor and ONCE WITH cliy. Prof, J. W. Ireland, of this FOR FLETCHER'S es Aritl-SalooAntl-Sallrf- n no-o- o, Children Cry m m GUAItl) ENLISTMENTS KOlt 1 OH a YKAltS POSSI1ILK Provision April Washington, for. enlistments In tho National Guard periods with subsefor thre.o-yea- r pequent'' enlistments for one-yeriods' 13 made in a bill passed today Mon honorubly disby the Senate. charged from tho army, however, woultl bo permitted to enlist for one-yeperiods. 3 ar CASTORIA egg-layer- s, HILL'S HOW DO UATS CAIIKY EGGS? When tho eggs of chickens and other domestic fowl aro found in tho nartltlons ot houses, under floors and in other places frequonted by rats but inaccessible to tho the natural conclusion is that rats havo carried them there. This CASCARAtPQUININI flROMlDt Standard cold remedy for 20 ytarf -- DP' " Ui ar la uoict lorm saiv, ui. uv opiatei break up a coin in zt noun reusv gup " ? Honey back it It laiu. ine genuine cox nai a icea wim ir. iimi 'Wk. toppicture. is probably correct but It is largely a At All Drug Start i. w .iL.lk. j- . 1. ... . LAitwA- k 41. SALVATION ARMY TO INSTITUTE CAMPAIGN Tran Salvation Army Is to atogo a eswsynlgn for homo servlco funds dUa&ng.tliP coming nibnth. As we 1hc matter It has been that theso nro to ho placed tho peoplo annually during aairasonth-ft- t May, In tho future. 3Iorsnnlzatlon or society of more rvraCh .has solicited financial aid tosia fhxs people of Kentucky or Ohio Oaxaly, than tho S. A. Their work Kapmis a. Abroad range and Is nnd whrro acquaintance with SBsanBthorts Is had, It Invariably tho good will and support of jaSt 3miomInatlons. Held, of Barbpurs-wsllatr- - Barton Tuesday In Interest of was here siaclnj; rampatgn and appointed Mr. a5nna.11 Q. Barrett, of tho Herald, as aaarntr Chairinanf M. L. McCracken 03re pos-avs- vs a n. bit startling, on account of tlio fruit nnd tobacco beds. While tho tobacco plants aro yet uncertain, wo aro suro tho peaches nro not all killed. Wo have not examined tho apple tree buds. Tho writer Is spoaklng only of thoio at his own homo. Mr. John Smiley mado a business ttlp to Hartford, Monday. There was not enough folks at tho Church hero Sunday afternoon to organlzo tho Sunday School there beThey will ing only eleven present meot again at 3 p. m., next Sunday Sickfor tho purpose of organizing. ness prevented somo from attending last Sunday, some had company and others, of course, had a good excuse or they would have been there for Clear nun has an enthusiastic llttlo bunch of Bible student when they get fairly started. - We Invite You To Join As a Member and Shareholder in The Profits of The Kentucky Tire and Rubber Association (Incorporated) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY COURTHOUSE WEDDING. Mr. Tom Calloway and Miss Bertha Coppago, young peoplo of Dundeo, were married in the Court Hall yesterday ufternoon m the presence of The Fiscal nulto a large crow..' Court was In session and on Invitation of JudKO Cook, who performed the ceremony uniting the parties, tho wedding took place in the court room. Tho bridegroom Is a son of Lon Calloway and the brldn the daughter of Ray Coppage. TJMas chairninn, C. Or Hunter, and McDowell A. infelicity Director. All of theso am soon men, serving without any Dttxliof remuneration and deserve tho our peoplo In raising tho ssxparl-o- l Fo-- Sl iirsLJcnUlcan't sum wo will bo asked tto uritf ibutc. HilVIA, .ROUTE 2. '"Several SEssf-nx The officers and directors are men well known in the rubber world, coming here from the Goodyear, Firestone, Miller, Mason, Gates and the United States Rubber Companies, where thfey have had years of experience in the rubber industry from a manufacturing, selling, sales and financial standpoint. or-ganizi- ng, hunt at Mr. Claud Hudson's, ils from hero attended the - KEEP YOUR MONEY IN KENTUCKY More moriey can be made here in Kentucky in the tire business than anywhere else in the United States, and that is why these practical rubber men have chosen Louisville, for here they find proper living conditions for, employes and unparalleled transportation, for in Louisville there are NINE RAILROADS and in Akron there are ONLY TWO. The river affords them an abundance of water and aboVe all located within 18 hours ride of any of the principal cities of the United States, at the Gateway of the South, where they will have unrivaled market facilities, which this great commercial center affords. The Mogul Tractor, Deering and Rakes, International (0s- borne) Disk Harrows, peg tooth Har rows, ono and two row Hoosler Corn Drills, one row Empire Drills, Low Corn King manure Spreaders. Sulky Plows and Disk Cultivators. International combination CultiCultivators, fourvators, Primrose teen tooth Cultivators, Cream Separators, In fact our line Is JJlr-- aria Sirs. Jlmmle Bartlett and complote. caiSMrcn-ejien- t Sunday night and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and Mrs. L. P. Bennatt, -- o-i R. F. D. 7. atfKarliord, HOSINE. ZSies i<ha Stewart and children Grnsav'"l'Tjesday with Mrs. G.L. French. 3S3, Ophella French spent from . After suffering from an attack of SBnasSay until Tuesday" with friends fin nmi nnpumonla Dr. Rains Is now convalescent and can be in town zria.TJatlves on Hartford, Route 7. Mrs. 0. L. again. SFaz&t Tuesday with -Miss Nella Alford and Miss Mamie Leach went to Beaver Dam, shopping, ROBBED. last week. They report a good time, 3eor2(town. Ky., April 2. Nearly however, we think they like Horton of whisky was stolen better. J55.0W) Rov. sUiai renrly hour this morning from 'sermon Devlne dellvor,ed his regular at tho local Baptist church ilicz ffiuffalo Springs Distillery at Saaaplng Ground, this county. Tho Saturday night and Sunday. Easter cfczsres gained entrance by breaking services were held In tho afternoon, Rev. Devlne giving an interesting talk cksrrwa -- a war door. Twenty 3taa sua were first stolen from the ' on the cruclfiction and resurrection egg-hufor b&a iot far distant and taken to of Christ, then came the folks, conducted by The contents of four the little ' of whisky was emptied into dames. H. T. Crowder, R. L. Alford, and Truman Taylor. &cra- - The men did not finish the J. D. 'Leach Both great and small enjoyed the jpfrxss stfsht cans were left behind. "HjSuodhounds were sent for, but occasion, Rev. Burdette is supposed to fill 'could do no good as the burglary was his appointment at tho Methodist in a heavy rain. aaarrodsburg, Ky., April 2. Roy ' Churr'i 1 tro next third Sunday niht SiHKercy, Fred Watts and H. C. Scott, ie hay no't been hero for some tin c SasUhs ranging In ago from 1C to IK j Owint; to bad roads. Miss Loretta Crowder came, borne 2?33trs, were arrested at 2 o'clock this mxnlng by the watchman at the Saturday and enjoyed the Ea.ster Etwrtlns Distiller and aro being held services , with us, then returned to aa, Chu charge of attempting to steal her school at Beaver Dam Three Rovs. Flelden and Marlow, who are v&Ssky from tho warehouse, jriw .young men escaped in two au-- j, conducting a revival meeting at T. A window to the ware-- ' lem, were the guests of Bro. E. iluose had been broken open and ten Lang, on last Saturday. The mect-saJfc- of whisky removed before Ing Is still going on with lnuch lneins presence 01 tno gang was uiscov-- , terest, Miss Yalarla Wilson Is teaching anu2. a spring school hero and getting along JBuSVGUTEIt BRINGS nicely. . CALM TO WILHELM ' FOR SALE. Aranrnngen, April 3. Presence at Largo Saddle and harness Horse, Atafsrongen of his daughter and safe and gentle. Will sell cheap. lias brought a change In the Address: P. O. Box 353, Hartford, 40t (uKxmr German Emperor's way of llv- - Ky. ! ne five-tooth Ir. ten-gal-j nt i Mes-hanrttn- Stesstfnj; 3ae4.es Orene and Eula Bartlett are niacins their uncle, Mr. Willlo week. JJte. JOUs 'Clark made a business CSS? to Owenshoro, Saturday. 3ilx. Hubert Bennett, of Hartford, EC Uo. 7, was la this community, "3EesiJay. Sir. anfl Mrs. Elmer Wilson spent St-3a- y xilth Mrs. Fannlo Moore, of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. THE RUBBER INDUSTRY IS A PROVEN SUCCESS The enormous demand for tires has made rubber stocks the greatest investment in the world. The market is bringing a flood opening of a'world-wid- e of orders to this country, besides the wonderful daily increase in our consumption of tires. OUR PLANT The first unit of our plant will be built at an estimated cost of $250,000, and will employ in the neighborhood of 600 people who, under expert sue pervision, will produce for the market a "BLUE-GRAS- S cord tire which will be known as the KORDS." high-grad- A MILLION DOLLAR COMPANY .$500,000 eight per cent preferred stock, par value $100 a share, cumulative from date of issuance. $500,000 common stock, par value $10 a share. Both classes of stock fully paid and non-assessable. YOUR OPPORTUNITY Lies in the fact that you-ca- n at this time buy an equal amount of common with purchase of preferred at PAR. In due time application will be made to list these shares on the New York Exchange. Conditions of this offer are subject to change with- out notice. J. W. CAMBRON, Representative, Greenville, Ky. THE KENTUCKY TIRE & RUBBER ASSOCIATION Gentlemen: I would like to have you submit to mo details of an Investment In your association. Name The Kentucky Tire and Rubber Association Incorporated r , Temporary Executive Offices Realty Building 3 502-50- ...., state Address SAO. ' SAG. LOUISVILLE, KY. City sssjsiasffi STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFluke.) The Tractor and Metal Culvert ple held a meeting hero this week, tho occasion being due to tho fact that tho Fiscal Court was In session. peo- SKf 'Q?jl!UKXl3BpGi TOR SALE. the sight of both eyes one of those extremely blustery days when the Road Scraper, dust was flying thick and fast, size $l..O0. awatching things on his corner. Ono-wheel surprised to see ono of my Deputies or mysolf any day. Wo aro going large after all alike. S. A. BBATCHER, Ono Saw Table, with fiSuaelhe arrival a. of the Duchess of Earaanswick, Wilhelm haB not sawed Emiln tree. Both he and tho former Bunmnets have grown much calmer rrstl eerlalnly are onjoylng the visit rela-c!jfaJ JthL'ir only, daughter. Thodaugh-tteratr belwoen tho parents and vory Intimate, as they always acs In tho old days, and tho 'three ay Ua seen strolling togethor In "Xbursday tho rector from Zolst euzae to tho castlo and religious sorv-Oauro held. Theso were tho first turc-riesslnco tho outbroak of the app revolution. CLEAU RUN. ei s We had planned to' go fishing Monday but it was to dadgummed cold to dig the bait. It looks like something is everlastingly happening NOTICE FARMERS! of to extract tho Jovs from real life. a car-loa-d Wo will have at once . International farm Machinery and The coming National Republican Implements, consisting of most any- Convention will be mado up of 981 thing you need. Call and soe our delegates, besides the candidates and ' line. several thousand rail birds who will W. E. ELLIS & BRO. be there to watch tho race. ' v Morris McCracken is threatening to chalango A . Bat Nail to deadly combat via tho old time duel. McCracken avers that this burg is entirely too small to contain himself and Bat in poaceable paths slnde that Kid mistook Bat for himself. (Candidly, we don't blamo the County Agent.) Pulley, and hardwood framo $20.00. Sx Ono Sa-- lIn. Arbor. two Saws, good Sheriff Ohio County. iron axels, Mill Truck, 2 4 In. wheels, $lB.OO. Lot of now Mine Rail Spikes. A. W. LOGAN, 40t2 Hartford, Ky. TO OWXERS OF UNTAGGED DOGS Tho law makes it the duty of every citizen, both old and young, to pay tho special tax on their dog or dogs and as visible evidence that you havo complied with tho law, your dog must wear a tag. Most all of tho peoplo want to bo nnd all of us ought to bo, but it wo fail or refuse to comply ,wlth this special statute, to that extent wo are violators of tho law, oven though we think but llttlo about tho matter. You aro being criticised, the County is being criticised and I am being criticised, and, for my part I am resolved to perform my duty. You may pay tho tax and procure a tag for your dog, If you own only ono male dog, for $1.00, by calling in person on tho County Clork. It you attend to tho matter by mail tho cost is only 2 cents( extra. Now don't neglect thta matter any longer, if you havo not procured tho tag for your dog do so, do It now, before proceedings aro Instituted against you. If tho matter of your falluro is brought before tho County Judge you may count yourself 'lucky to escape under $25,00, and almost as certain as fate you will bo caught In tho net, because we aro going to, as stated abovo, porform our duty as Sheriff. We must do it and you know what will follow. Don't bo law-abidi- OH! I WHY FEED HOGS See! M -- MARRIAGE LICENSES. H. M. Plununer, Beaver Dam, to Ethlo Frizzel, Beaver Dam. t'Je garden. Hartford, R. 1, to W. Edna V. Stofer, Paradlso. Richard L. Dovor, Olaton, to Myr" tle A. Day, Olaton. Tom Calloway, Dundee, to Bertha 'ilr. 'CTavsstor Stewart, of Barnott's Coppage, Dundee. Kirttk, was tho guest of Leo Johnson l'UOBE MiWUHIlKY-FOIH- ) iLxalay. WllAi llVAilS NK.YT WEEK T -- Ktes. Efflo Stowart, who has been Washington, April 7 Collection awaiting for somo tlmo with son- of ballots In tho Nowborry-For- d js nblo to bo out again. entor-tiae- d mi uo sationai comcsi in iuiciubuu air. and Mrs. Eula Honnlng the mombors of tho younger of tho Senate Elections Committee In vast lioro Sunday, with an ogg hunt. Us investigation of tho election will 3&r. Amos Stowart, who has had begin next weofc, Davis S. Borry, of the Senate, today "Uftxinws .trouble with bl 1 r.ycs, ic worse Sergoant-at-arm- s nsgaln, and has gon) to Owvusbor; Informed tho Investigating Subcommittee. iJwir ireatmont. Barry will leave Monday for .'Mr. C C. Hoover brought his to suporvlao tho work, which, 'iajiBbter, Miss' Lula, homo from lust week. She Is ill of will requlro tho services of twenty deputies. Bxwg troublo but is thought to bo Tho ballots aro expected to arrive now. JXlie recont cold- spoil has Leon a hero about April 20. rheu-xrtotiti- u, Do-tro- lt, ro - Trout, Cromwell. Wo overlooked the announcement of tho marrlago of Majy FIckford Mooro to Dug Fairbanks, last weok, but don't imagine that it makes much difference as it now looks like tho Nevada State Officials might complete proceedings annulling the divorce of the screen Mary, which Battio Nail says if anything out of would, of course, nill the marrlago. , tho ordinary happens to him he don't So after all our readers may not have any oth lost much by our oversight. I want nothln said about it In er column in thls.papor, as his highest FARM FOR SALE. ambition in a publicity way, is to just see mqntion of himself In this Consisting of 240 acres, near Bald column occasionally. Knob Church, will sell all or divide from statistics that to suit purchaser. For terms soo We notice three-fourth- s of tho men's wives In J. H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WAR 39t6p Johnstown, N. Y earn money. I'm REN SHIELDS. gonna do my dlngbustod best to git 'MORE EGGSl LESS FEED! my wlto to take me and move to that' New York town. j Greater profits from OWEN Strain j if Bat don't &top White Leghorns. Eggs tl.50, for 15. And, his galvantlug around the town of Whjto Orphlngton eggs same pro. MRS. R. E. FUQUA, Beaver Dam so alfired much, he'll probably got himself writ up good 41t4 Hartford, Ky. and proper. Wo can't keep him in NOTICE Hartford long enough to get him Into Sunday School and church, or get Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court will our pressln properly done. receive bids on not less than two nor Tho stormy days of the past few more than four tractors, for road weeks have given a lot of spry sisters work, all bids will bo recolved and plenty to do in rounding somo of our openod on the 6th day of April, 1920. windy corners, and tho men too, for OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT. By W. C. Blankenshlp, Clerk. that matter. Roll Rlloy uoarly lost That Eat More Than Others Do to Make the Same Growth? When You Can Get the R O.I. C JSf fci I Which makes the nicest dressed hog in the world and is a great pigproducer, the least inclinedwto rogue, and I never knew of one to catch a chicken. We have young pigs, both sex, also bred and unbred gilts, tried sows, excellent male. Would be pleased to have you come and give our stock a look-ove- r. Pedigree furnished with all safes. Address, Route 7 LOYALL P. BENNETT, Hartford, Ky. Homo Phono 108 l rings. H ( fiiiiA)iiii iQi 'i in vt ''x.ji.i 'r'11" "ijyt1 qb)0Mr' ' '"