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Subscription $1.50 per Year, NUMBER 42 before HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THE INTER-CHURCH FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920. $78,000,000 U, LOST ON S. ARMY CAMPS ns possible to find anywhere and their experlenco amply qualifies each for tho work they have performed for the County. PAPER OX EARLY HIS- TOItt OF OHIO COUNTY with the act by their doing so SCHOOL TEACHER they are forced Into court. SELLS FLOWERS WORLD MOVEMENT MBS. JULIA A. COOPEK To Bo Held In April 10, 1020. Owens-boro, CANNING FACTORY PROSPECTS BRIGHT Conference G. O. P. Report Charges Graft and Waste In Expenditures Washington. April 13 Two opposon tho long congressional investigation of tho construction of thirty-tw- o army camps and cantonments woro submitted yesterday to tho Houso by a war expenditure and debated (or iovcral hours. Tho majority report presented by Recriticised committeemen, publican Government ngencics and rJiicials in chargo of tho war building program whilo tho minority report of tho Democrats defended tho Administration. Tho Government lost $78,531,G21 on tho stxloen National Arm cantonments, It was estimated l.y tha majority report which asscrcd this was duo to ",vaso, 'ncfticiency and s, graft," resulting from cost-plu- s .aid t be vldo whlcn who open." No estlmnto of loss on tho National Guard cinips wab made by tho majority. Dissenting from tho majority findings, tho minority declared that tho construction work was equivalent to cities, each with building thirty-tw- o 37,000 to 46,000 population, and ing roports com-mitt- eo fon-trnct- u added: "This tremendous task was practically completed In thrco months and stands out as ono of tho great achievements of tho war." Tho majority submitted six recommendations for legislation by Congress, including tho submission to the States of a constitutional nmendment making "profiteering In wartime treason." It aleo urged that tho Department of Justlco bo asked to investigate work at every camp "to the nd of bringing to book thoso responsible for losses to tho Government and frauds through which they occurred, both by recoveries and merited penalties." No rocommondRtions were made in tho minority report, and it listed two conclusions, ono condemning tho mi Jority roport and tho otherdefcndlng Secretary Baker, who, tho majority declared, "must bear tho final responsibility." Tho majority declared Secretary Baker should not have permitted a doparturo from tho old method ofr competitive bids, declaring that with him "must rest tho final responsibility for tho entire situation, including violation of law, defrauding, waste, losses and delay." In turn tho minority said tho Sec- rotary "was amply Justified In aban- method donlng tho usual peace-tlm- o of awarding contracts upon competitive bidding and In substituting for cost plus system." it tho "Tho minority is of tho opinion," added its roport, "that if tho views of tho majority had boon adopted at tho hegluning of tho war tho whole building programmo w,ould havo been in a state of chaos, many of our troops would havo porlshed with cold or died of dlseaso in the winter of 1017, and tho German army would have been in Paris before our soldiers could havo entered tho battle lines." Besides tho Secretary, tho majority roport hold Col. W. A. Starrett, np architect of Now York, "primarily" responsible for adoption of tho cost plus contract, and it was intimated ho used his position on tho Emergency Construction Committee to obtain contracts for the Georgo A. Fuller Company, of which his brothor vns president. OHIO COUNTY'S 1010 FINANCES ARE AUDITED A- - connection with W. C. Ulaukonshlp, County Clork, wore here this week working on tho books and financial records of tho County for tho year 1919, completed their labors Wednesday after having been busy since Mon. day. Duo to luck of time, wo could not got .muck information as to tho showing' for the past year, but the roport will bo published at an early llessra. J. L. Brown, of Bockport, and J. H. Wood, of Ceralvo, who In date, in detail. Ono of thoso geutlomou is a yours. Democrat and tho other a Republican, both Intelligent and as square stituted tho County's Auditing for tho past two or three Messrs. Wood and Browfc havo conCom-mitt- co Present indications are that tho Contracting To Grow At tho meeting of tho Fllson Club, district conferenco to be held in tho ' on April 5 at 8 p. m., in thoAssombly Settle Memorial Church in Owens-bor- o, Tomatoes Room of the Loulsvlllo Freo Public April 19, 1020, will be one Library, Mrs. Francos E. Merrlman of tho most enthusiastic and impres read a paper on "Ohio County In Tho sive religious gatherings ever held in The movo to bring a packing plant Olden Days," which was quite well this section of the state. The meethere for canning tomatoes has at last, interesting to both tho ing will be held under tho auspices prepared and so it would seem, assumed definite public nnd former Ohio Counticins of tho Intorchurch Worjd Movement proportions. .Business men and connow residing in Louisville, number- and. somo of tho best known pulpit cerns have mado a liberal subscriping about fifty persons. . orators in Kentucky will speak. tion for the purpose ot furnishing, Mrs. Merrlman will bo rememberand similar At this conferenco rent free, building and site for the ed quite pleasantly here as Miss Lil- ones to be held throughout the state plant during the first year of operaMonroe, having taught In tho tho results of foreign, state and home lian tion. Schools for a number of years. surveys conducted by the Interchurch The Pocket Packlng;Company, of She said in her paper tliut most of World Movement will be shown, and Evansville, Ind., will install the plant her Information was given by Mrs. tho needs of the church of this sechere, at what is known as Bean's A. W. Logan, of Hartford, taken from tion and of tho entire country as reMill, a splendid location for a packtho memoirs of her grandfather, Mr. vealed by the surveys outlined. Reing plant of this character, it being Harrison D. Taylor, early huntsman ligious, educational and industrial immediately on the bank of the rlvor of Ohio county. Wo loam Mrs. Lo- conditions will bo discussed by forcennd while easy of access Is Just on the gan is arranging this history for pub- ful speakers. County organisation outskirts of town. A representative lication in book foim. work will be planned. The signifiof the Packing Company 13 to be hero cance of tho Interchurch World today, and if there be no unfor3een OriCJt PAY TO MILITIA explained and specMovement will be hitch, final arrangements will likely ial addresses on "Evangelism" and be completed, assuring this section of Adjt., Gen. J. M. DoWeeso has rewill bo delivered. Detity. nn industry very much needed ceived a certified copy of a resolution votional and Intercessory periods will louisville pastor saw Bloodhounds were sent for but owacres passed by tho of Directors of bo observed and denominational gathni:gro breathixg flames ing to the rain &c, no trail could be 150 operateof tomatoes w'iil be need- - ed to tho concern as it should tho Pennsylvania ll.iiiroud Company, ering, at which Forward Movement picked up and followed. be run, so It Is claimed, and the plant wheroby of tiers and of the campaigns may be discussed will be Inspired by tho missions of James m will have a capacity for 200 acre3. company who aro members of tho Na- held. Moore HIckson, tho Rev. Finley F. LOUISVILLE MARKETS Farmers in this section have as tional Guard, will bo jntitled to Gibson, pastor of the Walnut-strefine tomato growing soil as may' leavo of abioiv.a from their lcspec-tlv- e Sunday Baptist Church, preached Cattle Prime heavy steers ?12.50 BOSS TAYLOR GETS HAT be found anywhere and are taking duties with the company for not night on faith, from a passage in tho 13; heavy shipping steers 511.50 very readily to the prdject, as is eviexceeding fifteen days at any ono he descrlb 12.50: medium steers $10.50011.- Harold Holbrook had an auto re- Old Testament, In which time, when called for active service cently that he wished very much to ed the leprosy of Naon, the great bl-- ! 50; light steers $9.50010.50; fat denced by the fact that considerable acreage has already been pledged, by of tho State. Adjutant Genoral sell, so he arranged with Park Taylor bllcal warrior ot that period, and how heifers $8 012; fat cows $7.50 011; the execution of signed contracts, hopes Kentucky concerns will and Ernest Morrl3 to sell tho car on Elijah healed him by tho Injunction medium cows $5.75 07.50; cutters adopt the same policy. Tho company flat commission of $50.00. Beforo that he submerge seven times $805.75; canners $4.75; bulls $70 whereby the growers are assured of will pay tho difference between mili- they found a purchaser Ross Taylor In the River Jordan, when, he was 10; feeders $8010.50; stockers $7 $16.00 per ton for their tomatoes. i Those who figure on growing totia and railroad pay. 7in7n choice milch cows $100 0 matoes for the accidently ran across a man who told, his leprosy would disappear, Jn HT - market to be opened wanted to own Just about such an making a practical application of 125; medium $750100; common $55 up by the concern to locate here CEXTEUTOWN an incident of a 75. auto as "Brooksio" desired to sell faith he described should be extremely careful to plant Calves Market slow and steady. no more and Informed him that he would recent visit to Memphis, Tone. Dr. than they can properly care Alva Karns, of Horton, was In produce In oubstance. provided he, Gibson said, Best veals $11.50012; medium to tho buyer, town Sunday. 'While In Memphis last week I was good $8010; common $506. Keep for and make the highest grade pos. come across with "Brooksio" would slble as a reputation for our product F. M. Allen, who has been very a now hat, and he tumbled like a tojfl that It contained the most won-ica- U shipments back until further no- . is something to be desired. w sick, is somo better. deal was at once uenui negro man i nave ever nearu-'ticeton of brick and the Miss Eunice Kincheloo Is visiting consumated. negro could blow his j Hogs Situation remains unchang-breat- h Then the trouble start- of; that this MRS. EVERLY DEAD relatives at McIIenry. on my handkerchief and f.et ed antl shippers are advised to hold ed Park and Ernest, with whom the P. O. McKinney was In Central Ci- car was listed, as a matter of course It afire, I said It was Impossible; back fUrther shipments of swine un-thMrs. Everly, widow of T)r. J. M. ty, Monday and Tuesday. I could not and would not be- - tll conditIons are considerably 1m- claimed their commission of fifty Dr. J. L. Smith and wife visited simolcans. a thing could le done;' pr0ved. Local packers taking hold Everly, known to all of her many tangled his lleve that such Harold ' friends as "Aunt Peggy" died at her friends at Matanzas. Sj'iday. fingers up In his hair a few times that such an almost Impossible freak oi a moderate number of swine for home in Ceralvo, Wednesday, of si Hubert Boss, of Detroit, Michigan, and saw of course that ho was treed, of nature I could not believe until iocai killing at considerably lower complication of diseases Incident to is visiting relatives here this week. so ho compromised with the boys by it had been demonstrated to me and i tnan cioso of last week. advanced Burial ot, the remains Judge R. R. Wedding, of my presence. , , sheep and Lambs Fow changes In .. agreeing to pay for the pro- others in iiouK jjiuco at v;eraivo, yeaieruay aiier- WeOnesJay, on legal their was in town lust "The negro, who Is a devout Chris- - vaiuea vtth supplies hardly enough to I mised hat for Ross Taylor everynoon. Mrs. W. S. Hill, of this place. . . business. v thing is now regular again and Ross tian, 60 years old, was urougnt ne- - meet local needs. Prices on best fall Is one ot several children of the Mrs. Laura Crowder, of Owensboro, was given the order to buy tho hat, fore me with a number ot otner mln- - alnbs at lighter kinds $12 lady. roll-- j (g)14. Is visiting the family of A. D. Rowo best Sheep quotable at $9; ' mind you it was simply a hat, no istors present. Ills sleeves weie m this week. restrictions on value, but there will ed up and he was mado to wash his hucks ?7 down. RECENT MARRIAGE PERSIITS R. E. Ross Is spending a fow days bo on the next one the firm of Taylor mouth' thoroughly with icn water. I Errs Pcclljio Slightly. with his niece, Mrs. Chester Tlchenor, & Morris glvo an order Tor, as tho held my handkerchief beforo him and A further decllno in wholesale Acy Moore, Simmons, to Bertha near Hetlln. ono they are paying for, to adorn the ho blew his breath against it, and to buying prices of eggs developed here Herrell, McHenry. of Owensboro, Miss Rocna Rowe,. head of Ross Taylor Is a ?25.00 my surprise and astonishment, it was today, tho drop averaging 1 cent a E. Farmer, Magan, to Francis is tho guest of her parents, A. B. beaver sky piece, taking one-hnof set afire. Here Is the handkerchief." ,iozen to the country trade. The Rogers, Magan. Rowo and wife. tho sum Holbrook turned over to He showed it with' four burned holes j,rjce range now Is 35 and 36 cents a to Charles Greenwood, Ceralvo, Mrs. JohnBon Heflln and Mrs S. A. them aa commission. In It to the congregation. dozen to the producers, this being Mackoy aro visiting relatives In Ow"Now, if you don't believe me go the lowest range in more than eight Nell Toll, McHenry. Roy Butler, Balzetown, to Lela ensboro Ibis week. to Memphis and see for yourself," months.and practically reaching the COME TO SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR Austin, Balzetown. Fnught and E. C. Royal took U. S. "This negro iowe3t nrice of last summer. continued Dr. Gibson. tho Civil Servico examination at Hartman is employed in the Illinois CenStudy of tho Bibl Local produce dealors quote buying BEECH VALLEY ford last Saturday. 'To know the Blblo Is to be happily tral Railroad shops In that city. He price as follows, net to shippers, tho Mrs. J. H. Kuykendoll and daugh- educated." has been offered $700 a week to ex- shipper paying freight and drayage The cool weather still continues la ter, Mary Morton, visited relative.! testimony of the Lord is sure, hibit this wonderful gift he has pos- charges: ."Tho this vicinity. at Nocreok last week. sessed vslnco a child, on tho stage, making wise tho simple." EGGS Candled 35 36c dozen. Miss L'ouvena Burdett spent Sim-d- ay Honry Taylor has sold his rosidenco but has refused, saying that the good Usefulness BUTTER Country 30c lb. with hor parents, near Adabuig on West Main street to T. R. KinThe Sunday School both equips for Lord endowed him with this remarkPOULTRY Hens 30 31c lb.; Mr. T. S. Miller was the guest of $1200. cheloo. Consideration usefulness and provides the opportu able gift and ho would not commer- large spring chickens 25 31c Pj.; Mr. J. L. Patton and family, ot HartMiss Mary Rondor, of Mntanzas, nity for usefulness. cialize It." small spring chickens 26 35c lb.; ford, Sunday. ln was tho'guest of her sister, Mrs. old roosters 15c lb.; stags 20c lb.; Character Miss Lodelle Magan spent Sunday Rowo, last Saturday night aud "Character Is the most valuablo 3 FIXED FOR XOX- ducks 2225c lb.; turkeys 35c lb.; Canib-roPAYMEXT OF DOG TAX geese 15 16c lb.; guineas 3!jc each. with Misses Helen aud Franklo Sunday. single asset a business man can have.' of Adaburg. o "Wherewithal shall a young man Mrs. J. H. Miller, who has been EAST VIEW Messrs. Will Clark, W. E. Wilcox PET.ITIOX FOR DIVORCE dense his wa,ys? By taking heed confined to her bed for several duys, reand Virgil Brown, of Echols were AND S10.000 ALIMOXY thereto according to thy word." is not much Improved. cently summoned to appeaf in CounB. J. French mado a business trip Chilstlan Education Mr. J. H. Miller has roturncV. homo to Maxwell Thursday. Mrs. Minnie W. Leo has filed suit The Sunday School is America's ty Court and show cause why they Mrs, Alfred French woro great common school of religious edu had not paid the special tax on their In the Ohio Circuit Court for divorce after spending a few days with hl3 Mr. and New-bur- g, dogs and obtained tags therefor, as from her husband, Alfred T. Leo, daughter,Mrs. C. L. Patton, of in Owensboro Friday, shopping. cation. Ind. visited relaby law, and each were as- asking for $10,000 alimony and the Miss Flossie Stewart "Ho that refuseth Instruction de- - provided Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leach are tho tives at Pleasant Rldgo, Saturday splseth his own soul; but he that sessed tines and costs amounting to sum of $100.00 per mouth tor her pendency of proud parents of twin babies, bom night. maintenance during tho heareth reproof getteth understand- some ten dollars. names aift. Leo family ing." The owners of dogs havo been re- tho proceedings. Mr. Albert Stewart and Tho Plaintiff has March 21st. Their u. spent Sunday with relatives at peatedly warned of their liability for had attachments served on three and Lima Effectiveness Mr. and Mrs. Hayden WesterfleM "All things work together for good failure to procure tags for dogs, but Banks in Owensboro and ono in Cal- and son, Heavrln, of Narrows, were appears that something like one-ha- lf houn, seeking to tie up funds supDavid Saddler, of Owensboro, to them that love God," It Mr. Mrs, J. II. MilIs spending a fow days with relatives, of tho owners" have not heeded posed to be In tho hands of theso In- the guests ot Mr. and "And whatsoever he doth shall ler Sunday. place. tho warnings, and as a stitutions, belonging to Mr. Leo. the law or at this prosper." Mr. Lom Preston, of Owensboro, consequence a large number aro likeMrs. Pearl Stogner, of Llvormore, Mr. and Mrs. Lee were married Social Contact ' was here Sunday. He Is doing some ly to bo caught for fines and cost. in this community visited relatives October 27, last and they resided here The Sunday School offers oppor Friday and Saturday. Failure Jo comply with the law in until the separation, near a month carponter work for Mr. R. A. Cuke, tunity for association with various of near Sunnydale.. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. French spent types of people, the opportunity to the matter of reporting dogs and ob- ago, Mr. and Mrs.. Alva Mugau and lit- mm Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and bo In good company, aud a fine place taining tags, In our opinion, Is not a tie daughter, Wilda Evelyn, A FORD WEDDING. wish to violate tho act, but perhaps Is Coots, of Liv'la. Mrs. Lon to choose friends. spent Saturday and Sunday due more to carelessness, and the Mr. Noel Massle, of Union Qrovo, Success AVitli Xo Regrets C Magan. was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T - thought that noting will bo done ' Mr. Roy Butler and Lola Austin, with their father, Mr. J. "TheTblosslng of tho Lord, it niakoMr. Tom Calloway and Bertha Cop-papeo- both of Balzetown, camo to Hartford French, Saturday and Sunday. th rich, and it addeth no sorrow with about tho matter. Whothor tho surprised their friends Thursa marriage procured ple think tho law Is good or bad has yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Austin, of Bea- it." wore Joined in wedded day, April 8, by going to Hartford guests KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL nothing to do with tho enforcement license and ver Dam, wqro the wcok-en- d end nnd getting married. Tho bride is thereof and the SherlffMs, in a mea- bliss, in a Ford, at the North-eas- t of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. and L. D. ASSOCIATION (Inc.) every untaKgad of the Court Houso. Squire W. C. tho daughter ot Mr. and Mrs Roy sure, responsible for . Fronch, Ranges and dog and it is to be hoped that inci- Daughorty, of Balzetown, who camo Coppage, ot near this place. They ee our Bake E-While disking ground Thursday with the couple climbed to tho run- aro popular young peoplo and havs morning Mr. Ford Martin fell from Bluo Bird S,tove3 before you pur dent confusion and unnecessary ., .... ., .. uieu uim tut ii vi , dcicu feuou, chase. 1. of fines and costs may bo avoid- ning board of the Ford, from which tho host wishes ot their many friends ma for a happy Journey through Ufd. ed by thoso who have not complied portion he tied tho nuptial knot.' W. E, ELLIS & BRO. 39 1 4 over one eye. five-year-o- ld Stew-Elean, Jr-aret so I at Mrs. Julia A., wlfo of David N. Cooper, died nt their homo on Route 2. Hnrtfnrd. at 11 nVlnrlf P. M.. Wot. Philadelphia, Pa. April 13 A Cen- - nBa,.av. ,,,..,. holm? ,i t nrvainnin. tral High School teacher is peddling Funeral 8ervices will be held from uowers in tne street niter school tho homo thlg a(ternoon at j O.clock( nuurs to -- maKO enus meet." after which tho remains will be Ho is Claud R. Johnson, son of the brought to Oakwood for Interment, Rev. Robort E. Johnson, pastor of the which will take place at 3:30. Twenty-nint- h Street Methodist Epis Besides hor husband, Mrs. Cooper copal Church, at Twenty-nint- h and Is survived by five sons and five York streets. Ho Is instructor in daughters: James A., of Owensboro. English at Central High With his 0wcn c w t John p.. nnit phiiiin. wife and daughter, j of Hartford and Mrs. Herman ho lives at 152 West Man-;ar- t( of Taylor Mlneg. Mrs. W. D. holm street, Germantown. lWest ot Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. John He sells tho flowers to the crowds Kesslnger, Mrs. Marvin Brown and at a stand erected in front of his . ,,,. rim. rnr.no.- - nt ...... ..w.u. urtr,.,i iainers cnurcn. "I am forced to do this to make a STORE AT McIIENRY living," he said. "If we teachers EXTEUED BY THIEVES can not get living salaries we will al! have to get out and obtain other Jobs. During Sunday night, thieves Many teachers aro already doing so." broke Into the store at Johnson chose to sell flowers to in McHenry and helped themselves to crease his Income, he said, because various articles, the total value and being fond of hiking through the quantity of which could not be very country ho had an opportunity of well estimated, but the haul is known gathering the wild flowers. to amount to a considerable quan- AVoiks After ncnool Hours to Make Ends Meet. Building Secured, Farmers ,"ni $i7is; ed lf j Al-v- n, ge Z ..,. pay-nio- nt 1 M,- - ' o in this prices, seizins coal and 'browing tho law and taught that is above tho law, no matter AMERICANISM 1920 flow of this Important commodity out m how powerful an organization may ho of Its normal channels, thereby creatCAMPAIGN ISSUE ing congestion and In many instances MORE MONEY behind him. , Attorney-GenerPalmer, speaking embarrassmont to thu Industries in on tho need of laws to curb unl various soctlons of tho countiy." II: "arroganco," said that In tho last sevCongress Ready continued: one of tho most important cwimKOf 27 Per Cent eral years "capital has had to plead Republican "This is To Stand On Protection upon its knees to labor for a chanco problems thnt this Congtoss has to By Miners and We know we cannot GET unless we GIVE. to bo heard in- industrial rilspltes." conslrior. Wo havo boon doing noth Of Interests Alone Operators We wonder if you know how well we really ing in regard to tho coal Industry. Tho "red" influenco has been very strong In the unions and in many Wo pay attention to all other Indus try to serve you. cases has exercised control. It is tries, through tho Federal Trndo Take your tires for instance : Washington, April Now that tho tTho Pathfinder.) mainly tho alien rndlcals and proCommission, through tho Interior Dc We sell you the best tires we know of ""Elaij- - .TaoU jonds against tho iuld-rJla- fessional agitators who havo been nt treaty has "been defeated nt tho be- partmont, through tho Department accepted rulo In Indus-1- 3 tho bottom of the strikes, but these t hest of President Wilson because the of Commerce, through tho Shipping r ir scnfi.Uio public Is tho "middle." elements are gradually being weeded Sonato insisted that It protect Ameri Hoard, and yet the Government has can Interests, it is becoming moro and Tim- - icxqployera orpanlzo and tho out. duty apparent that tho issuo of tho no bureau charged with tho xm&Lfi.'cs. oTrgniitzo; then they pool la 1 The big union leaders such as more of handling tho coal situation. It Then wo show you, by advice and saTscaMU maVo common causo against President Gompers realize that tho coming campaign Is to bo American- has long boon neglected, and I Intend actual assistance, Just how to tako Hie: asasenmcr. Labor gets increased extreme radicals cannot be permit ism. to bring that fact to attention and caro of your tires, so thoy will yiold Already tho Republican leadors are wns7,?a. Jtho .employers get increased ted to control tho unions if organiz to proposo legislation in regard to it. to you tho last milo built Into thorn. EJixrHta .and the public foots tho bill ed labor Is to retain any portion of preparing to meet that issuo. Thoy something "In thoir efforts Wo GIVE you this valuablo nnd Exjta adso .thcro Is anothor little public sympathy. Vet too often theso rccognlzo that tho Republican House with this problem tho committco Inport Service becauso wo know It will Crfrfr,. oJilch consists at playing tho same big leaders havo allied thorn-selv- and Senate have taken action since tends to proposo another measure. GET us both tho most satisfaction In fiin-a- j. ratal industry against tho soft with tho radicals, as the radi- their election In 1918 which will One of tho great difficulties at tho tho end. make tho affiriuatlvo op thnt Issue present dsbI and ngain making tho cals wcro too strong for them. time in regard to tho distripiibOftc .$&?. First .tho hard coal Havo you scon our remarkahlo lino President Gompers, when tho steel their only defense. Tho Democratic bution of coal is tho shortago of cars on tho other hand, at a. raise .on lhe ground that strike was called by theso radical agi- party leaders, of Goodyear Clincher Tires sizei tho mines. Every' mine operator dirnv Xxrvo harrier "work than tho soft tators, said: "Tho steel workers will hivo takon tho negative on that Is- In this country is complaining of tho 30x3, 30x3, 31x4? mln-r- a owaxiibivirB. Thrn tho soft-cowin because their causo Is Just." But suo and aro ready to make a fight on shortage of cars. It, though In this they aro divided. Tho price and quality will suit you. a srtt n TnJie sb n.s to cquallzo them they did not win; Gompers "One of tho complaints of the minFirst conies tho falluro to ratify ers' union was that during tho sumtv&h. . .hard coal miners and so It the situation; they lost frightfully. Public opinion was against them, and the league of nations covenant and mer months they were Idle; thnt they Kirst .of fhem htc over satisfied as a result of the failure of the strike tho peace treaty. Every .reservation did not havo the opportunity of workvxSSti rXhv xalscfl ,thoy j?et. Tho coat tho cause of unionism received a written Into tho covenant was meant ing six days In tho week, nnd, theremerely as a furturo protection to tho B orivtins Jceeps pace with tho tcrrlblo blow. Hartford, Ky. fore, they demanded a shorter week United States. In no way did they sxnH so in .the long run tho Tho workers saw that they could and shorter hours, believing that that arnct&js are no .better of f than heforo. not rely on their leaders. After nullify tho Instrument. Artlclo X would relieve tho situation. I do not m$. SBn-f"sSnvSr shortsighted leaders have proclaiming to tho world that they wa3 simply a determination of the bolicvo that over before In tho his.nVSx.xn; hetlcr to offer them than would never surrender and that tho strong nations to keep the world In tory country wore the indusof the thin ttjudmil anil exploded scheme of strlko was a great success, the strike status quo, which would havo accrued tries not only hero but in Europe, most to tho benefit of England, The so leaders were finally compelled to much in need, of coal. Tho Peak of TuImj Perfection Good ear Heavy Tourist. "CFWfejiaw'.f hal a strike costs money yield and ignominious! back down. reservation to (It merely declared the If tho mines ol tho country are arsniB .Cfcit lit lias to io paid for. Tho It was found that in many cases lght of Congress to determine wheth- operated with tho present number of tEfeuSEMal ECailiox ."Association is authortho strike was closely linked up with er tho United States should war to miners, I thing: about 000,000, 230 ity 'ttx'CJi'o statement that tho recent criminal syndicalism and sovlettsm. uphold foreign bouiu'arloj. "All tho days a year, thero can ho produced in ."Uiike 'cost the nlincrs The Ignorant foreign, forkers had good which might have come out of this country 800,000,000 tons of coal. tho lalot wages and tho country been Induced to join In the strike on tho league of nations with it, United The needs of tho country aro approxiStates In it remained In SsoHbl- - "sQwtt and the mately TiOO, 000,000 tons; Europe will altogether in lost the plea that our government was cruel despotism and that a revolution slight reservations proposed by the need from 100,000,000 to 150,000,- 73m is 'the strike that President should bo started to overthrow it Republican Senate took no good away 000 tons. Thereforo tho problem wc Wlttvcs .Uuiounced as "unjustlfiablo One effect of the strlko was that tho and yet protected America. For' this have to consider is that of affording a2if31.3ilu.winl " Strong pressure had operators drove out these "reds" atd the Republican Senators who desired tho facilities for the nil no operators raxafl by tho sovernment to stop ( rofU3ed to give them back their jobs to make the slightest change were de- to load and transport their coal. by the President on his S5w and the men were Indue-il- n tiie stCel mills. Thus tho strike nounced "Now, what does tho committco euX lew si) 3 jack to vrnrk on the assur- - was a benefit to industry, by helping western tour as "insects." For this proposo in regard to tho , ilwftl i they were moro recently denounced problem? Thoy propose a bill which, aajtct'iMiiat 'Jthay wnold get a ralso of to purge It of this "red" peril. 3 XKicj'ASu-'"!- ' J Mrii ati . ZMs"t iE4 yinr cent and probably And the same purging process is as opposed to tlip best interests of if onacted, will in general require "Tho second conference which going on all through American in Amorica. And for this ho gave tho freight rates on coal to bo 15 per :2m? 'reeslfiL-n-t Trilled reached the con- - dustry; trouble- - order to his followers In the Senate cent below the tariff rates In the the malcontents, cSaaaoi-.i'na'.rihiin- t 27 percent would makers and dangerous radicals are to kill the treaty, and so it was killed. spring nnd summer and 15 per cont UK jam; zntssrvura was accepteu uy( being made to "move on", and they In the coming campaign, then, on above the tariff rates in tho fall and Vnx'Jf Tauten- aroa operators and it Wni bo kept moving till they move this issue tho Republican Senate be It Is ray purposo to have this winter. April 1. back where they came from or aro lieves it will be sustained for pre- bill considered by tho subcommittee time the president re- - saf0ly locked behind bars. Wherever serving America from 'subserviency of the Committee on Interstate Comsaxiii 3?uviirament control of coal I they are in the shops, on the farms, to empires and European designs in merce now Investigating the price of a3s&T-"raceHe issued a warning to in the unions, In tho schools, In the the namo of world, idealism. coal. Second, Congress has taken the Cl'a.'Kwil'Pfirii'ili) not to take advantage churches thoy make trouble, and "It Is believed that legislation re aj.'-ijii- t jsUiiidJon to .profiteer. view that Americanism, means the quiring lower freight rates on coal they must be eliminated. t wage Increase to tho soft maintenance of initiative and the frco during tho spring and summer play of individuality. For this rea- months, and higher freight rates csosb Aro You Hnppy? alone will total about To be happy you must be well. If son it has opposed tho Plumb plan during the fall and winter months. SraiJiJlWOOO a year and wo will 1 3 ira three guesses to guess who you aro frequently troubled with con- to communlzo the railroads or to would tend to encourage consumers 7. TVW xyjH jvayilils. indigestion you cannot continue them under government stipation and to develop storage accommodations, 1 bill is Tho Take Cham- bo altogether happy. also tho hard coal to accept deliveries of coal In advance operators havo been gathered borlaln's Tablets to correct theso dis- considered one of the greatest pieces of needs, and thus to their seasonal ur-rwmwunsil l.ho "peace table" to make.n orders. Thoy aro prompt and effec- of constructive legislation in a gen- keep the mines operating moro con 9 tmifsr or contract covering the next tual, easy and pleasant to take. in eration. It has returned the roads stantly throughout tho year. (A fc B tti to private ownership under strict t tXaa ;yBars. The miners uant the V, "Such legislation could bo expect c&ttttVfei-ilregulation of rates and stock Issues ed to stabilize tho price of coal. The AI5E KILLED xxszaxixX shsnsed every two years, so THIllTV-TWIJV EXPLOSION IX CAPE by the Interstate Commerce ComJbsrT'i'JJUjst'curo more frequent raises. capacity output of all the coal mines Wichita, Kan., April 7 Thirty-tw- o mission. It restores competition in in the United States, assumingfalrly Saaur jbto modest In their demands. Its as GREAT persons sleeping in a rooming service and removes the inertia and constant operation, would far exceed Ail they want is a CO per cent wage If ire vuui ie? CMAI I t five-da- y six-hogovernment operation. day and a ww house over a cafe at Ponca City, carolessness of raor&H js m iw igj tho present consumption. Tho out paid for at Third, Congress has takon the In put ol all theso mlai3 working, as at vraSk, fill over-tim- e Oklahoma, were killed lato tonight rates and Sundays and hoi. when an explosion wrecked tho cafe, itiative in stamping out a divided! present, only intermittently during Itii f :je"1 c& u ei -. Senator th'o spring and summer months, and iitv&s flonhle time, and a few other according to a message received here language and allegiance. 1 ci m Mm TOT jp prosent session agreo to from Ponca City. v.:- - ESfflDus. Kenyon early in tho Tho minors working to capacity during tho fall m sw2fits and is hp.npfirlM ww ... viuii caKSTMOD introduced a bill providing for the and winter months, is barely suffi wi at work provided tho waf;e yi English Ianguago and teaching of tho raiso lial Is .granted is made to date cient to supply tho current needs and uh-April 1. This date was the principles of American Institu- tho greatly increased m msfLM. M "JtystXl fouV for tho American coal m tions to all of tho foreign born. The for coal. During tho winter tho do- Basjait RIEHH tt Judiciary Comraltteo of the Houso mnnd so nearly equals tho currently nil right. has been considering several bills available supply that scarcity prlcei Th 125 xoal men who were recently iMJietDri by a federal grand jury which havo a common purposa of prevail. In addition to this, tho ac I v making punishable tho teaching of ijf JJBba)n for conspiracy to profi-tvi&- T tual cost of production per ton is unitMilnili) John L. Lewis, tho ".SprliijT Fever" Is Xntural, Hut Xot or indictment to attempt to overthrow duly enhanced because tho operator president at the mlno work-ja,,.cthe government of tho United States. must, during tho time his mlno is Necessary It's Duo to & number of other big union All of this without Infringing in tho Slt'KXish IMiiod closed down or working intermittent Lrext-Kas- . slightest way upon tho right of tho ly, keep together his organization and as well as a number of opor-aAt1 w'jw jcnnnivcd with them to Be-- . KEEP KEELING YOUIl HAPPIEST people to freo speech and press In expend monoy for tho upkoop and 'EiAri)Jtant jirices for coal. advocacy of any reform through tho m m maintenance of the property, all of Nssse" Tl vpurators In both hard ami Purify nnrt Tone Up Your Wood With ballot. which must be added to tho prlco ot pas-ajCongress swJtt Fourth, it is the intent of nl nelds aro urging tho That Famous Tonic, Pepto- coal which he mines and sells during to maintain tho highest standards of aX laws which would forbid tho rush season." Every labor. Tho dye and other tariff bills make tho contracts of the II jt.WRIGLEY5 have been passed to protect this and nforceahlo by law. Tho tiitKktm Lo you seem unable to do any 1 Sargcons agreo that in casc3 ot I SmBSB .cjui lie sued and mado to ful-tl- tt work, to concentrate, to tako any In- other industries, and have boon passcuts, burns, bruises and wounds the jKfcVr ontract8 but tho unlon3 terest in things, during the wonder- ed in tho faco of biting criticism from first treatment is most important. IBL W mmmviBBnaaaiX't A12 sought to evade respon-tallu- -j ful Spring days? Do you feel just Democratic leadors. The bill proUwfit When an efficient antiseptic is ap- -j viding a minimum wage of $3 a day piled promptly, l)y rcmaiulng unincorporated. useless and "no account?" thoro is no danger ot JEJj vmXt ny to bring any pressure to Nothing is really tho matter, except was passed. Repudiation of "red" Infection and tho wound begins to Us-aan thum is to proceed against I that t as i,a,)pens every Spring, your leadership and acceptance of tho best heal nt once. For uso on man, or of desertions In tho navy In tho last had no d plans or policies tlMj-- 4 iis individuals, and it Is usually blood is clogged it is sluggish with ideals of organized labor wheuevor boast. Borozono is tho Ideal antiseptic year havo brought conditions unparal. Ho asserted that two years boforo tho practicable has been tho aim of all to escapo service oisjci poisons from its long Winter fight. and healing agent. Duy it now and lelod In American naval history, Rear United States Joined tho allies a com-PleHtyirwer, public sentiment is In time, your blood will probably of tho Republican leadors In both tho bo ready for an omorgency. Price Admiral Thomas Washington, chief plan for war against a "Control on this subject and tho adjust itsolf. But meanwhile you Houso and Senate. 25c, 50c, $1.00 and ?1.50.Sold by of tho Dureau of Navigation told tho European powor" was propnred and is becoming general that tho fret and worry, feel unhappy and m State Investigating Committee. Tho kept corrected up to dato Ohio County Drug Company. thruout nzi'jkcji For tho stomach and bowol disorAaH ho responsible for their accomplish nothing. Why do it, wholo naval service, ho warned, is -- i4a Uui'iKiiuu as common people aro. when It Is easy to clear up your ders of babies McGeo's Baby Elixir is threatened with dlsastor unless ConSophomore Wrltln' homo for TVm itZ2iM courts found tho union blood by taking n gress Immediately enacts legislation for a a remedy of g&nulne merit. It acts monoy? issAiwws "RiAlty i)f destroying property while? raising tho pay of officers and men For thirty years, doctors quickly, Is puro, wholesome and Junior Nopo! Aurlng tho mlno strlko of 1914 havo been recommending this effec- pleasant to tako. Price 25c and 50c Sophomore Thon what on earth to a point that will allow tho navy to jaiS'Jyn-- f levied da'magos of 400,000 tive and agreeable tonic to purify per bottle. Sold by Ohio County often follows a are you taking nil that trouble about? compote with civil occupations. m Drug Co. JhtMU. This follows tho land build up the blood of There wore 4,666 desertions in the Neglected You've been working; on that letter ' Cold 4 nuriidpii l.iikl down In tho famous listless people. last six months of 1919, Rear for two hours. TIIE COAL PHOHLEM. rAcaJayc Umtors' caso, where tho Feel your best. Havo a tine color, Washington declarod, and thus KILL THE COLDI I'm trying to write homo Junior rasiJMocs silsu hicl to pay heavy damages and .spring In your step. Do vigorous, asking for money! Cartoons far this year thoy have averaged Washington, April Ropoal of all without ajraSilUiB jonri 'went after tho propor-t- tr happy, HILL'S ,Got a bottle of about 700 a month, many of tho Magazine. 'isaad .hunk uccounts of tho indlvi-dbrt- li n today. Tho uearost government war powers ot prlco fixbeing petty officers of sovor-a- l gears' experience. Also at presont CASCARAL-fQUINI- NI iiwiiitHirri druggist has it, and in elthor liquid ing and distribution ot coal is recomVJb3,' is vood Amorlcanigm for or tablet form, Just as you prefer. mended by tho subcommittee 0f tho rates of pay, he said, recruits cau FOR FLETCHER'S country must roallzo that Thoro's no dttforenco In medicinal Sonato Interstate Commerce Commit-to- o not be obtained. fcHOMlDt ot which Senator Josoph S. for their wrong-lin- i vnluo. Rear Admiral F. P. Fletcher, mom-bo- r Standard cold remedy for 20 yeir ot Now Jersoy, Is chalr-ma- u. ors; tho;' must do as thoy would Hut bo suro you gel tho gonulno of tho Naval General Iloard, ... ! m; in taie, ure, no Ask for it by opUtei breaks up a cold in 24 DESERTIONS ARE RUINING ixn JkBi-- by. Tho unions too often Gurio'a as to the navy's preparation ..u.., .rciievci grip In 3 dayi. up lawlessness; If thov that name "Gudo's the presont timp," says tho "At THE NAVV, SAYS ADMIRAL for and conduct of the war, disagreed Inrattfiiaekuri Money back if it falls. The genuine oo cuaatlniiu'to UoUiU they will havo to and be suro tho full name is oii'tho Senator, "there is an abnormal sltna- till a Keil with Hear Admiral Simp' charges thut lop. witn Mr. HUT tton, a government agency fixing ' Washington, April 12 Thousands tTutittirbudhy thostronj; baud of tho package. Advertisement. navy was unprepared for war and Picture. the At All Drug Start IMl no-on- MINERS TO country W al Ac-jcBpl- ed Our Business Welfare Depends on You fl - !" GOODYEAR'Sof course. to-d- o es min-exscsy- st n al mls-state- ACTON BROS. wage-naia-j- c ?G0,-08:,:f- W vdnnJl?Jt,'jfHnk " I0Si?5PF-u'!'rrtar,frJ- -- rxn-gji- ( W$ si w os$U i RBI white w 3 al-lo- 'tr rISSfia-TTim- b Esch-Cummi- pWM fiappy smiles ??& trtin f'm ia i3 ac Mk&MSr bw&mry'Mr. 8'or rosy cneeks. w ". acfocfrmnc O IB UW benefits arc 1 ur time-a-A-aa- iij rnct lf wcinuu; I I oa6c j uesire r tnn n WHY BE DULL AND LANGUID cold-weath- t?iart urcircu Tlrfh W fA ntSPl THIS SPRING? 1 V mSt k jtmmsM I c- yt I "After Meal" d i 1 "WX RmFzMir I "T W" Flavor! A m$&mr The 1 M Lasts ai-uy- s jMjmKsmmmmmMmimmiimmmm well-define- I I 74, A"M-aho- u; to Popto-Manga- &. Pneumonia run-dow- n, Ad-mlr- d. ns Popto-Manga- cltl-7arx- Children Ory CASTORIA tcs-tifyi- -- 'b Popto-Muuga- u. Pepto-Mnngan- ," r ment. Some left tho city Immediately after tho bonds wero oxecutod; others lingered. ATREQUEST OF KIN Whllo tho accused men displayed no spirit of lawlessness, feeling horo was tonso throughout tho day, and tho air was with suppressed Internment in France Of excitement. charged declared tonight It was Other Disposition Not that tho troops would bs kept hero Indefinitely, and tho general belief Is Asked. that they will remain until alter the trial In Juno. It was reported that somo of tho Washington, April 8. Explana- Indicted men loft tho county today. tion of the policy adopted by the War How names of thoso Indicted leaked Department with respect to return of out Is not known. Tho Shorlff beAmerica soldier dead 'from overseas lieves, howovcr, tho rest will surrenwas made by tho Quartermaster Gen- der Sunday or Monday. RETURN OF BODIES MRS. CIIAS. PEDEN GAINS 27 POUNDS "Let's top it off with a good smoke n Chesterfields for genuinely "satisfying" body and flavor. In Chesterfields the finest of silky, aromatic Turkish and rich, mellow Domestic tobaccos arc blended to bring out anew and finer quality of flavor. Now you know why Chesterfields "Satisfy!" And because this blend is exclusive and cannot be copied, only Chesterfields can "satisfy!" Each package is wrapped in moisture-proo- f, glasslnc paper that keeps all of the original flavor . Was Twice Examined And Each Time Told Operation Would Be Her Only Hope "I havo Just flnlshod my third hot tie of Tanlae and havo gained twenty sovon pounds,". was tho truly remark- ablo statement mado by Mrs. Chas. Pedanv residing at 550 Mill St., Huntsvllle, Alabama. Mrs. Pcdcn Is one of. tho best known and most highly respected women of that city whero sho has mado her homo for a number of years. "When I commenced taking tho medicine," sho continued, "I only weighed nlncty-cng(98) pounds; now I weigh ono hundred and twenty-five pounds and never felt bettpr In my life. For years I havo suf fered with a bad form of stomach trouble, constipation and pains In my sldo and back. At times tho pains took tho form of torture and I was twice examined and each tlmo told that an operation would bf) my only hope. I had fallen off until I only weighed ninety-eigpounds and was so weak I could hardly get ht ht tho spot like good NOTHING touchesnothing can atouch and Chesterfield! 3 x eral. JbbbbY ,mi HL fr A severe Washington, April 12 winter, tho Hessian fly and an unfaOther members will lie William E vorable seeding period caused a heanailcy, Harrlsburg, Penn.; Dr. Georgo vy decline In condition of winter Woodward, WIson Ewro and Miss wheat In principal producing States. Viclot Oakley, Philadelphia and Mr. A Department of Agriculture foreNow and Mrs. James S. Cushman, cast today placed tho crop at desired, bodies of deceased soldiers will bo permanently Interred In Europe In tho Suresnes Cemetery, near Paris, or In other comcterlcs not yot csMbllrhcd. "The War Department also will rclntcr bodies of all deceased soldiers, concerning whose disposition no request Is made, In permanent cemeteries In Franco. "Expenses In burying Incurred bodies In these permanent cemeteries in Franco and expanses In connection with their future maintenance will bo borne altogether by tho Government. "Relatives of soldiers burled in ono of these permanent cemeteries will not bo subjected to nny expenses whntovor In relation to transfor or full care of these gravca. "Some relatives insist on having bodies of their dead remain where they woro first buried. Necessarily tho decision adopted by tho War places responsibility of the concession and futuro maintenance of graves thus remaining scattered throughout Franco and England 6n relatives of tho deceased. "Tho better plan would Do for relatives to permit tho War Department to placo theso bodies at its expense in our permanent cemeteries in France, whero they will bo under Government control and maintenance whatever attaching to relatives." Advices have also Just been sent to tho French Government regarding tho special committee representing the Amorlcan Field of Honor Association, whJch will visit France soon to look Into conditions affecting American soldier dead there. This committee, headed by Bishop Charles H. Drent, former senior chaplain of tho American Expeditionary Forces In Franco, probably will sail from tho United States tho latter part of May, It wa3 announced hero today. forMuJ. Gen. John F. of tho Twonty- mer commander seventh Division, who is making a trip to Franco in behalf of tho State of New York on a similar mission member of tho com is an fcpo-clf- lc lo Catarrh In this section "It is tho policy of tho War De of the country than diseases partment," tho explanation declar- put together, and for all qthcr wan mm. yearn It posed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed ed, "to return bodies! of our soldier local remedies, and by constantly falllm; dead to their homes In this country to euro with local treatment, pronounced when rolntlw so ronton, and this It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, creatly Innucnccd by will bo entirely at Government ex- ditions and therefore constitutional conrequires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medipense cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & "In cases whero relatives havo so Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional Triers Is more intact. rfj&tMyXfet(t remedy, Is taken Internally and acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Ono Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Mcdlelno falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 76c. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. GItEEX ItlVEIt CLAIMS KOK F1KE LOSS MET Sottlemcnt of claims of tho Green nivcr Distilling Company gaainst 100 tiro insurance companies, involving approximately $2,400,000, has' been n mado wheroby tho Green Itlver receives an averago of $2 a gal-ccreceives an averago of $2 a gallon as compensation for whiskey destroyed when tho warehouses of tho company In Owensboro burned August 25, 1028. Tho agreement was anounced In Loulsvlllo yesterday. As a result of tho compromise suits against all tho flro Insurance companies carrying policies on tho whiskey havo been dismissed In tho Daviess County Courts Tho compensation will vary according to ago ant' market vnlui' of the whiskey, but will averago $2 a gallon according to attorneys for the distilling company. lough, pro'den. o! the J. V.' V-.company tV cllned to comment on the situation yesterday. He indicated, however, that ho was entirely satis-fle- d with tho valuation placed on the whiskey. Tho l;.su:anco com,panl;s had offered $1.25 to $1.50 a gallon, it is said, but this offer was refused. Cpurt action followed. con-corrn gm Dad breath, bitter taste; dizziness and a general "no account" feeling is suro sign of a torpid lfyor. Iler- needed. It blno is tho mcdlelno makes tho liver active, vitalizes tho blood, regulates tho bowels and re stores n flno feeling of energy and Prlqo 60c. Sold bv cheerfulness. m Ohio County Drug Co. DIG DltOP IS SEEN IX WHEAT YIELD mittee. 483,-617,0- 00 York City. m fe How Is Your Complexion? A woman should grow more beautiful as she grows older and sho will with duo regard to baths, diet and exercise, and by keeping her liver and bowels in good working order. If you are haggard and yellow, your eyes losing their luster and whites becoming yellowish, your flesh flabby, it may bo duo to lndlgostion or to a sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tabm lets correct theso disorders. 3 It iil HUIMIENDEK AT MAYFIEL1) April 10. Fore- Mayfleld, Ky., f- - of tho men indicttroops, thirty-fou- r ed by tho night rider grand Jury came to tho city today and surrendered. As tho men charged with having entered the city armed and masked aftor midnight two weeks ago and burned the tobacco chuto, crowded sullenly in tho Sheriff's offico and executed bonds, troops continued to guard tho Court House. In the nearby offico of tho County Clerk, Walter Wolf and Will Jordan, young men who confessed to participation in tho burning and thon turned State's evidence, wero still in keeping of soldiers for fear of personal vlolonco, and their guard was strengthened. For a week thoy havo not loft tho Court House except to go to a restaurant, and thon they wore guarded. They havo slept in tho Clerk's office. . Mnko No Comment. Tho Indicted men began to reach Quiettho city early this morning. ly thoy entered the Sheriff's offico and declared they wero ready to mako bond. farmors.They Many wero well-to-d- o no comment on their indlct- made stalling plans of tho Sheriff to visit their districts accompanied by State bushels, compared with bushels last year. Acreage planted was not as great as tho year before, but a larger crop than forecast was anticipated. In tho principal producing States Kansas, Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and Ohio condition of the crop Apr., 1 ranged from 59 to 73 per cent noravermal, compared with a ten-yeago range of from 79 to 90, For tho country as a whole tho condition was 75.6 per cent of normal, compared with 99.8 last year and 84.1 tho averago for tho last ten years. The decline from last December was 9.6 points. In the groat central winter wheat bolt tho crop condition is very low and considerable abandoned acreage will be shown, according to reports reaching official here. The percentage of acreage abandoned this year will be reported by tho Government In May. Thoro wore 38,770,000 acres sown to winter wheat last fall, compared average, of 32,300,000 acres for tho with 42,301,000 acres In 1912 and an past ten years, ar 731.-630,0- 00 mm OVEKALLED SCHOOL BOYS Marinette, Wis., April 10 Fifty high school boys paraded through tho principal streoto In overalls today us a protost at thq high cost of living. They carried banners appealing to men to wear overalls. A boy xvulklng "in a barrel" led tho procession. But when tho paradors appeared at school In ovoralls the teachers sent them home to assumo their usual clothes. gas to form in my stomacln which gavo mo palpitation of tho heart, sick bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb headaches and a dizzy feeling about tho head. When those spells caine bbLbbbLb KKKKnKtmV9SSVBKKtllUBS3mSfmjKSMSM bbLLbbb on me, I would get awfully nerous. I worried about myself until I could rest and sloop but little. "I had fallen off until I was almost "skin and bones" and my strength and oncrgy wero slowly leaving me. I had a dread of tho future and could soe nothing but tho operating tablo and tho knife. I had a perfect horror of an operation, butliad made up my mind that It was either llfo or IsBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBgHBBBBBBwBBMBMBMtBBMff'TtPM death and prepared to submit to it. I had mado all preparations for tho operation and called on my sister to tell her goodbye, as I did not know WOULD BE A MALAY as wou will understand when you and a red War SaTfngs Stamn, .. n I, mnnMa .. ri ftn ..n.. .1.am ' you ,, liiVUUO iliUlO whether I would live to see her again fatUH AND SHOOT PARROTS it does for btho country. ,Ui J U U IUUU start have saved for them,, ana. or. not. My sister begged and pleadtoward success."" ed with me not to allow them to cut "A red and green parrot fn the Junon me and told mo to wait and try a Billy Thought It Would Bo Great gle Is pretty to look at but not very Smoking was at one time, at Sport To Live In The Jungle a la good tonic for a while. The next day good to eat; but a green Thrift Stamp offense in Turkey. Robinson Crusoe. as I returned from the consultation roonf I thought of what ghe said, and "I'd like to be a Malay boy, and as I had heard so much about Tan-la- c, I decided to try It as a last re- shoot parrots in the Jungle with a sort, and stopped at the drug store bow and arrow instead of going to and got a bottle. Of course, I had sctiool every day," announced Billy, "looking over" his geogralost heart and had no faith in medi who-wa- s Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For qaifc: cine, but to please my sister, I mado phy lesson preparatory to studying it. a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I wouM? "Well, that would be pretty nice," up my mind to take it, and oh, what have pains and a heavy feeling after ray meals, a mostt agreed his father. "I tried that out a happy day that was for me! disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything' wi&s "I nover returned fdr tho operation onco in the woods on grandfather's butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have-regulbut Just kept on taking Tanlae and farm, pretending that an old owl was sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, birf: my' improvement has been so rapid a parrot. The only trouble was that after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just that nono of my clothes fit me. Bight by tho tlmo I had lost all my arrows, seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they, were from tho start I began to improve. and tho owl, I mean the panot, had no good at all for my trouble. I heard Tho medicine seemed to take hold lost himself in a hollow tret, I was right at once. It had a soothing ef- flvo miles away from homo r.id it was THEDFORD'S a lon walk back." fect, and in a few days I felt no p "But I'd rido back on my bicycle, at all. I was so happy over my won derful improvement that I sent for said Billy. my neighbors to tell them how much "If you wero a jungle boy you' better I felt, I sent and got another wouldn't need a bicycle, becau.50 you bottlo of Tanlae and have Just fin- could run twenty miles without stopished my third and feel like I have ping, and besides you wouldn't have been mado over again into a new a bicyclv localise they don't grow In recommended very highly, so began touse it. It cured me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the beati tho Jung'cs and all a savage has is woman. liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache ht "As I have said before, I now what ho finds growing, or can die out stomach trouble any more." Black-Draugof the ground. weigh ono hundred and twenty-fiv- e acts n the jaded liver and helps ft to do its important vOfSrofi "You see, Billy," continued h's pounds and nono of my clothes are throwing out waste materials and poisons from the- - sysbig enough for me, and I will have father, 'tho difference between an tem. This medicine should be in every household; fos-ustp make them over again. I now have American boy and a Malay boy s in time of need. Get a package today. If youifeca my husband Just this. For about 1500 or 2000 a ravenous appetite and sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh, tosays I am simply eating him out of years, the American boy's fathers and morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. house and home. I have oven gone grandfathers and great grandfathers back to coffee which I was told not and so on back, have been saving ONE CENT A DOSE QiJ3S to touch. Those horrible' pains In money and making things in bigger my back and head have all disap- and bigger quantities instead of livpeared and I sleep like a child. I am ing off tho fruit they could pick or no longer nervous, and when I got the birds and animals they could kill up in tho mornings I feel refreshed, day by day. "It would tako one man a year cheerful and bright. I am now able to attend to my housework again and or two to build a bicycle all by him I feel as if I had started life all over. self, but In a factory they turn out My husband Is highly delighted and one every minute or two." my recovery is the talk of the neigh "The reason why America has more borhood. I do nothing but rejoice railroads and more telephones and nil day long over tho recovery of my automobiles than any other country health and praise Tanlae to every- is becauso we have saved up the money to do things in a big way, and body, j It's foolish to neglect a cold or ce "I feel so graceful for my escape learned how to do them that way. and take chances. At the first sine a&m. sneeze, snuffle," sore throat or ceeaft. saved up money, "One person's from tho operating table and the COUkS, take GOFFS knife that you may publish what I which is called capital, doesn't SYRUP. It will stop the couch: tgtt&fcfct. have said; you may if you wish, tell amount to much, but the savings of relieve the irritation, raise the ghUjjqir other women suffering as I was to 100,000,000 are almost too big for and soothe and heal the inflamed rfttwrfr.. GOFF'S contains nothing harmful Hfe. come and see mo and I will be glad to figures. , Narcotics or Opiates of any kind. Hit "Just the savings of the school chiltell them about my case." cough sjrHR.. the good, Tanlae Is sold in Hartford by Dr. dren of the country are enormous, beSafe and pleasant for babies and cft$-dre- n. Bean, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n cause there aro 20,000,000 boys and L. B. Keep it in the house always Drug Co., in Rockport by James school children, working all together, Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace girls in our public schools. They & Porter and In Beaver Dam by T. are doing things in the same big Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. pt American way that the grownups The Original around. "I had no appetite scarcely at all, and what Uttlo I did eat would cause BiiiiiiiiiiBsiiiiiiWWPisBBitMiBnBBMkra r.,. a-- STOMACH TROUBLE ar BLACKDRAUG ht' e Don't Neglect Even a Slight Cold or Cough (No-Dope) it Get GOFF'S COUGH SYRUF Froa Your Grocer or DnssH& t 30c.nnd0caBoUU KITCHEN IS IMPHOVEII; LEFT SIDE PAItALYZED Washington, Ohildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S C A ST OR i A mm April 10 Representative Kltchin of North Carolina, Democratic lender in tho last Congress, who suffered a strokaot paralysis yesterday, was considerably Improved today, Mr. Kltchln's left sldo Stamps. Is paralyzed, his physicians said, and 'What one or two children save ten days must elapse bofore extent of don't make any difference, but what the attack con bo determined. they all save means millions. And are." "I see," said Billy. "It's llko Gulliver and the little people. One of them couldn't have don anything, but togethor they pinned him down," "That's it," said his father. 'That's why tho Treasury Department is calling upon every school boy and girl to become a buyer of Thrift 7 J COPP'S U OuirtnUcd to help you anAseftt- -VU...V..- - W, 1B.U VUUWtlll W.X turn your money without question it ijWiwrj-I-t did not help you. t WkthuU FtcUry Auy fw TIT TtatuRr, Co--. COFrS COUCH SYRUP-M- aJ if EvaaftvUlo, Ind. S. B. Ceff A S3t Co.. CamJht; Parsons & Scoville tCJK ktb, & j.Jf.,1 .. j g . t llAi SiL' 4 'jteUj k ti-- L t m.'U . iMtrwA ,1..1 Jni .Xta Jhe Hartford Republican Published AVeckly by Combs spent Saturday nlghl and Sun-da- y with Mrs. Rosnl Park, of Clear nAivrroitD Incorporated minting company Run. Mrs. Eugcno Allen, of near hero, Is spending tho week with her parnts, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. IJennctt, of Hartford. Miss Goln S. TINSLEY, Editor mid Iluslness Malinger. Bennett, of Hartford, Entered nccordlng to law at the Postofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of the second class. Address nil communications Tho Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c per line, and Sc por lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, nnd 6c for each head line and slgnautre, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, but otEer advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES with Miss Violet spent tho week-en- d Alien, of the Washington community Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, spent Saturday and Sunday hero, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carter. Mr. Jesso Cascbior moved last weok Mrs. to tho farm of his mothcr-In-laMagnolia Smith, where ho will raise a crop this season. Mrs. James Patton Is spending tho week at Central Grove, tho guest of her brother, Rov. M. O. Snell and Mrs. Snell. Mr. Seth Payne, of Barrett's Ferry, spent the later part of last week with his brothers, John, Smith, and Anderson Payne. Mr. Lawrence Whobrey, who has been in Akron, Ohio several months, visited in this vicinity this week. He went to Owensboro Wednesdny, to have his tonsils removed. KOSINE. Farmers Mutual Cumberland TRIDAY 59 123 Mrs. Wm. Combs, who has been APRIL 10 sick for some time Is slowly recover-n- g. We wonder If there is any way to connect the sudden cold snap with Stanley's return to Kentucky? His tactics certainly killed a fine crop of Democratic peaches last year. They also charge that tho Reds are responsible for the strike of the rait switchmen, nnd If there Is anything that they have not been charged with we don't happen to know what it Is It looks like the Nation was about half Red. Wo still have quite a bit to be proud of Joe Stecher heavyweight champion wrestler dumped Ivan of Esthonia, and Ed Padoubney, "Strangler" t Lewis of Kentucky, threw Tommy Draak of Holland at the Armory In Louisville Monday night, bpth Americans winning in straight falls. Now, if we could manage to get the prize fight for championship quickly and as happily settled the U S. A., would be 0. K., and we would be ready to settle down to our spring Dempsey-Carpen-tler fishing.' ' It Is to be presumed that President "Wilson's emerging from partial seclusion and darkness, in the cabinet meeting held Wednesday, is as a station on the way toward broad open daylight. In the matter of his physical health, as President of the U. S. A., and as a citizen, we are of those who are hoping that the measure of Tiealth regained may be permanent and if not now so, that it may also be complete. Many things have happened since Mr. Wilson has spent much of his time In analyzing the public's jnlnd.lf he ever condescended to take thought of the things that ordinarily run through tho minds of the common layman. There can be no question of his being a master mind, but the great trouble with it is, he sees only in one groove, the Wilson way, ther is no other, and by that much he is a pigmy. No man In this count:- over attompted to play a greater game in politics, politics of the most pronounced undemocratic type, at that. None, other than himself, since his Teglme, have been fit to cope with big questions and to act thereon. To do your own breathing in matters where he was, or could be, supreme meant that you were to lose your breath. As a rule other master minds and adepts in state craft belonging to Democrats have been kept out of tho Wilson political family, and if by chance they got in or developed after being in, by first one chance and another, they went out. By Wilson's mountainous political blunders, some, the most partisan and bitterest type of any ever attempted "by any of those who had heretofore been elected as Presldnt of the Republic. His extreme partisanship, his ego In trying to discredit all opposition to his manners and methods and his don't care what happens if he is not to have his own way about things, will cause him to leave the White House the most discredited and least loved President who eve" berved, with a)l save his extreme partisan followers. DUKEHURST. Sunday School will be organized at the Methodist Church hero on next Sunday, 9:30 a. m., every one corial-l- y Invited to attend each Sunday. Mr. John Campbell will serve as Superintendent this year. Mrs. Dave Allen is still confined to her room from an Injury she received last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Renfrow aro tho proud parents of a lovely girl baby, born April 12th. Mr. Bennle Johnson visited friends In Roslno Monday. Each one gave him a hearty welcome. Ho was one of our brave heroes that did service ovorseas. Mrs." Ward Taylor returned home from Hull, Texas, this week, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bettie Wallace. Something must have happened to Mr. Louis Mathews last Saturday that wounded his feelings for ho has been weeping bitterly every since. Bro. Flelden delivered a sermon BapIn Roslne Sunday night of the Holy Spirit, which was tism He is enjoyed by a largo audience. now at Red Hill where he is conducting a meeting. Rev. W. M. Pierce will fill his regular appointment at Salem next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. In the afternoon at 2 o'clock there will be a baptising conducted near Mr. Walter Hughs' hold at tho home after services house. on-th- nls, nnd Mrs. Em Woodburn worq In Denver Dam Monday, shopping. Robinson returned Miss Anna (By I. D. Claire.) Sunday from Lcltchffcld, where she Why should the yeggmon hesitate? had been visiting her brother. Everybody Is doing it. ' o REDA. Give mc ten minutes alone in one' library and I will write his blographv Mr. Ernest Shown's children havo whooping cough. Thero aro strong objections to capiRev. Harral will preach at Bedn tal punishment, but there aro strong- Saturday and Sunday. er objections to capital crimes. Tho change In temperaturo Monday night will get most of the fruit. "Back to tho farm" Is a small InRov. Smith dollvered n flno serducement to tho former mountaineer, mon nt Mt, Hormon Sunday at 11 compared to tho lure, "Back to the o'clock. 'moonsklno still.' " Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rlddlo wero guests of Mr. D. F. Daniel and wlfo People who scoff at tho Idea of Sunday. those master passions of the story Tho surprlso birthday dinner givbooks and the movie screens aro re- en Mrs. F. C. Bennett, Saturday, was spectfully referred to tho AVelsh trial enjoyed by all. Thero wero nbout at Lexington last week. It is not al- fifty present. ways that a thing can't hapMr. and Mrs. Sylvostor Shown vispen It never happened to us. ited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Campbell and wife Sunday, returning Monday. Mr. Roscoe Carson and wife, of Tho Republican legislature, played darn poor politics with mo when it Connorsvllle, lnd., wero hero last passed a law allowing the women to week end, visiting friends nnd relavote. Now the madam who la a tives. Democrat, will kill my vote. But, on Mr. Preston Ambrose, of Owensbosecond thought, it isn't so bad after ro, returned to that city Tuesday, afall. We have two daughters, and ter spending several days hero wtlh hey will vote like Dad. his grandmother, Mrs. Thursle Ambrose. I noticed in the Dukohurst letter If It Is to become tho fixed policy of tho government to compel industry where Rev. Snell delivered his "reguto raise the wago of organized labor lar sermon" at Concord. I would when ever there Is a raise In tho cost like to know If Bro. Snell only has of living and at the same time to one sermon to preach? of Shlnklo E. C. Bnlrd, Mrs. leave unorganized labor to jtho merhor visited cy of events, then unorganized labor Chapel neighborhood, owes no longer allegiance to such a mother, who Is with Mr. and Mrs. L. government. If this doctrine is dis- B. Tlchehorj of near Hartford, one loyal, then I am a disloyalist. day last week. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things The Resources at the Bank's Command. The Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. The Confidence of the Public. The Fair Methods that Have Ever Prevailed To the man who has no banking connection, we now issue this invitation to connect himself with this bank. As a depositor his money is absolutely safe and as a borrower he will be accorded as liberal terms as is consistent with safe banking. 1 h Our Facilities Are at Your Disposal Come in and talk with any official of the bank. We will give you the advantage of our experience if you want it. tf ij BANK OF HARTFORD Ohio County's Oldest Financial Institution. Now is the Time to Buy Buggies, Surreys . m Discovering stains of iodine on the hands of a man found unconscious on the street of an eastern city, the doctors drenched the victim with raw eggs nnd brought him around.- "flic only thing upsetting the doctors' diagnosis and disappointing another demonstration of raw eggs as a sure antidote for iodine poisoning was tho discovery later that tho man had not swallowed any Iodine. - POULTRY RAISERS ADVISED TO WAIT FOR ADVANCE We feel a certain pride In tho fact wo are largely responsible for tho development of tho poultry and produce market of this section to th llgh standard that Is now' maintained For many years wo havo made every effort to find the very h'phest markets, so that we have always been able to pay the highest cash prices that you are able to secure anywhere. We sincerely thank you for your patronage that has enabled us to do this and invito a continuance of your trade. Just now, we would advlso you to hold your poultry a few days and get the eggs. We aro of tho opinion that prices will bo higher soon. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. that and Wagons Prohibition has been the occasion of establishing a new and profitable Industry in tho Kentucky mountains. A quart of "moonshine" that can be manufactured for a dime can be sold for ten dollars. The price of a single quart will pay the expense of equip ping a small still, thus, bringing the operation of tho most profitable of American Industries into the reach of the humblest citizen. Tho force of hard work and close application to one's business to ac compllsh results and command re spect has been splendidly Illustrated by Adjutant General DeWeese In the I onduct of his office since he assumed charge of it a few' months ago. General DeWeese by intelligent direction and patient industry has made of the adjutant general's office, which was formerly regarded as a sinecure for a favored politician, a real department of the State government, and In doing so has brought himself Into nopular favor at the State Capital. "WEST PROVIDENCE CATHOLICS INCREASE The official Catholic directory shows an increase of 186,200 members in that church in the United States in the past year. Tho total The membership Is now 27,650,000. secular clergy number 15,400 while the priests of religious orders number 21,000. m STUDENTS DUCK FACULTY In order to promote "school spirit" tho students of the Fort Hayes Normal school, in Kansas, led by the coeds, resorted to force and applied that The force even to the professors. president upon leaving on a business when trip suggested a all could get together and build a running track for the school. Tho girls wero to prepare a dinner for tho workers, and It was they who that the men who did not help should be ducked in tho lake. The first to bo ducked was the editor of tho college paper. Though he could not swim he was pitched Into water over his head. Tho next was a professor captured on his way to the class-rooAnother professor plunged into the lake of his own accord to escape the pursuing students. The faculty members telegraphed the authorities at Topeka for protection, Sunday School is progrestlng nlco and the attorney general promised to at this place. prpsecute those responsible for tho Mr. Thomas Tate went to Owensdisorders. boro Monday to be reated for throat half-holid,sug-gested Mr. Percy Brown went to Evans vlllo recently, and purchased two fln horses. Messrs A. L. and R. W. Maddox made a trip to Evansvlllo recently, to take some hogs. Mr. George Browa, who Is attending school at Beaver Dam, visited his father, Mr. J. L. Brown, Saturday aw' Sunday. Mr. O. H. Carter, a salesman wP't d Carter Dry Goods Co., Loulsvllte, hl3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B Cancr, last week. Rev. Stewart, of Beech Creek, The wisdom of soloman Is not only preached at West Providence Church always desirable, but sometimes im- Saturday and Sunday. The members peratively essential. Sunday after- of the Church will meet next Sunday noon I was one of a triangle discuss- and elect a pastor for the ensuing ing men's taste in women. One of year. tho ladles was tall and graceful and Kindness Is the golden chain ,by th other one short and stout. It which society Is bound together. to my lot to "try" to compose fell Goethe the differences of the two other "an gles" as to which was man's preferred type of woman. After conjecturing what Solomon would have said under Bound Volume, complete similar embarrassment, I proceeded to explain there were many types of issue of year 1917, Republifemlnlno beauty as there wero many types of flowers and landscapes, and can. We imagine some one that I thought the two admirable borrowed the file for some ladles monopolized the two most popular types, which were about purpose and forgot to return equal favorites among men of ap- same. The volume is worthproved taste, and from each I receiv- less to anyone excepting to ed a smile and a "thank you." this office, but extremely im: COOL SPRINGS. We would portant to us. vh-Ite- U ceived. If you are going to buy anything in the above lines write us and we will send you our price, freight paid to your railroad station. We will be glad to send you literature about any of the above mentioned. If you ari interested in the LALLY FARM LIGHT PLANT, write us and we will give you full information promptly by mail. We have a nice stock, fully guaranteed. Carload JOHN DEERE Farm Implements just re- , "papers lost Jake Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Fordsville, Ky. Owensboro, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cundlff, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. WUginton and little nephew, Miller, spam Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wlgglnton, of New Bethel. KENTUCKY MINERS GET LIBERAL PAY INCREASE Increases In wages for nearly all: classes of mine workers, ranging from 20 to 43 per cent, and averaging about ?1 a day for all workmen affected, were agreed on by representatives of miners and operators of District No. 23, United Mine Workers, and the Western Kentucky Coal Operators' Association, at a conference yesterday at the Seelbach. Loaders aro given a flat incroaso of 24 cents a ton; drivers now receive $5.20 a day and inside laborers $5.09 a day under terms of the agreement, which will continue in force for two years. These increases aro tho second given the miners recently, tho first, amounting to 14 por cent, having been awarded December 14, and tho second April 1, of 17 per cent. Operators say the wage scale In effect now is even higher than tho scale necessary to meet the 27 por cent Increase authorized by the special soft coal commission appointed by President Wilson. F. D. Rash, Earllngton, said mine T prices to dealers had Increased from 20 to G5 cents a tgn slnco October 31, 1919, and that ton prices now vary from $2.2G to 3.25. fe very much appreciate the return of the missing papers. LIVIA, ROUTE 2. Miss Mabel Hoagland spent Saturday night with Miss Lillian Rhoads. A very large crowd attendod Sunday school at Mt. Carmel Sunday afternoon. Mrs. S. B. Wlgglnton spent Saturday and Sundny with relatives at Clear Run. Messrs. O. L. and D. S French made a business trip t? Hartfcid, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Austin, of Beaver Dam, visited relatives at this place last weok-enMr. Sylvester Clark, of Hartford, R. 7., spent Sunday with his brother, Mr. Otis Clark, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and daughters, Lola Hello and Dorotra, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Luther Collins, of Centertown. Mr. Lon Mutn ami family, and Mr. Jack Sklllman and family of d. r y(S trouble. John Allen Wilson, son of Judge Miss Mary Kitchens, who has and Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of this place, been sick for some time, is able to has been tendered tho position of as- be out again. sistant Engineer, with The Federal Mrs. Willie Klnnamoth, of Beaver Company, of Poora, 111. Dam, visited friends and relatives Paving Young Mr. Wilson, who is a member here last week. of the 1920 graduating class, of the j Mr. Lester Davenport has return 4- Greater Pride in YburHome local High School, conteir.p'afes leav- ed from Cloveland, Ohio, whero he ing Monday to assume lm duties Ho has been employed. Mr,. Leonls Smith left last week will, report nt Chi'.ll'jotho, 111 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hlnes and baby, tor Akron, Ohio. ms and Mr. Justice Leach left Sunday for went to OwMr. Romnoy Helton Minister, to colored woman having Now Mexico, whore they will resldo. ensboro one day last week. Floyd Davenport Mr. and Mrs. wont to her baby baptized: '"What do you Mr. Ernest Bennett bed-sid- e of their mothwere at the Tuesday, on business. wish to name tho child?" give him the Scriptural er, who Is very 111 with tuberculosis, spent a few days "I wants to Mrs. Ivan Davis name, 'Hallud' " tho mammy replied. Saturday and Sunday. last weok with friends nt Kronos. Mr. Wilbur Lake returned to his "Pardon me, but in what part of Mr. B. C. Rhoads, of Taffy, was Wednesday, enrouto to Fords-vill- e. the Bible does that name appear?" home hero, Saturday, from Hamilton, here Ohio, whero ho had been at work for asked tho minister. "For de Lawd's sake, you a preach- tho past six months. Ho surprised Ernest Morris, of Hartford, Mr. bringing spent last Saturday here, at tho bed er and say your prayers every day his parents and friends by and don't know 'Hollud be Thy homo a wife. of his father, Mr. J. T. Morris. sldo Mrs. Agnes Tate, Miss Thclma Den- and Lena Name?" Misses Alma Baughn ry You can't help taking a greater pride in your home when it's spick and span in a brand-necoat of w DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD and pure linseed oil. This paint com less, figured by the gallon, square yard, or years of service. As it is mixed to order, you. can have the exact color you want. We use only materials and our prices are right. May we estimate on your woikf, a. lit turatt a4uUb-lM-,vt alt; vw tt at iutac4, it rush-graA d & V 35 J. C. CASEBIER 5 Hartford, Ky. -- . -- . I w H Mrs. W II. Barnes wont to yesterday. Otto C. Martin wont to Bowling ureon yesterday, on business. H will return Sunday. f ., NATIONAL GINGHAM WEEK out the United States are observing "National Gingham Week," which began Monday anl closes Saturday. Never before have we had such elegant patterns and fine fabrics in Gingham? as we are showing this season. SEE THEM in our window, then come on the inside and get a peep at W 'E, with all retail houses through fi ft. the patterns and quality. Our patterns range in price from Write Frodsvlllo Planing Mill Company (or prlco of Lalley Light Plants. Messrs. II. L. Tucker and John T. May, of Central City, wero in HartThey can Install thorn promptly. ford yesterday, on business. James A. Tato, Deputy County Mr. E. C. Sutton, of Semlwny, McCourt Clerk, wont to Ilarncd and Hardlnsburg yesterday on business. Lean County, was herb jtwo or three days this week, on business. Miss Cola Dennett spont the we6k-en- d Rev. n. E .Fuqua will fill the pulwith Mr. J. Walter Allen and family, of iho Washington country. pit at Mt. Carmel, tomorrow afternoon and Sunday morning at 11 a. m. VAPO MENTHA and VICK'S Mrs. W. W. Harris and llttlo son, SALVE 2G & 52 cents today and tomorrow. Willis, left Wednesday for a week's OHIO COUNTY DltUQ CO. (Inc.) visit with Mrs. Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Smith, of Morton's Yes wo have stores, E. C. Simmons Gap. Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Mr. John Ashcratt, of Elizabeth-towIron Ranges. was here yesterday In the InWILLIAMS & DUKE. 33tf ' terest of It. P. Ernst's candidacy for Courtlan M. Taylor was appointed the Republican nomination for U. S and qualified as administrator of tho Senator. estato of Rev. G. W. Cordon, deceasMr. John Dozarth, who Is working ed, Tuesday. In tho oil field near Franklin, came Mr. Itlchard L. Devor and Miss homo a fow days ago. Mrs. Bozarth 7!yrtlo A. Day, of Sulphur Springs, accompanied him back to Franklin wero married here, at the Court Wednesday. House, last week. Mr.and Mrs. Charlie King, of For price on that new Rubbef Tiro visited Mr. King's parents. Buggy, latest style, write Mr. and Mrs? John T. King, of this FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., place from Saturday until Monday. Fordsvllle, Ky. n, Hen-dorso- n, Mrs. S. T. Barnett returned Tues- 30c, 35c, 45c and 50c PER YARD. Mrs. J. A. Howard and son, Neal, day from Central City, where she had from Louis been spending a fow days with her returned last week-en- d vllle, where they had been visiting son, Mr. Orlen Wallace, and family. relatives several days. Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree, A Complete line of genuine Ford of Owensboro, visited Mrs. Murph-rco'- s parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Rowan parts carried In stock at all times at Holbrook, of this place Saturday and Ford prices. Sunday. HARTFORD MOTOR CO. 42t2 Keystone Chapter, No. 110, R. A. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leo SImmerman and daughter, Miss Winnie, went to M., held an Interesting convocation Louisville, yesterday, shopping. They Tuesday night, when tho largest seen In a long time, was will return tomorrow. present. Mrs. Jeff Watterson and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk have movRandall Watterson, of Ashley, 111., ar to their homo recently vacated 'by rived here Tuesday to visit relatives ed Air. and Mrs. A. C. Porter, they havand friends several days. ing taken tho residence of Judge J. Members of tho Christian Church E. Fogle. will hold a conference at Beaver Dam, You owo It to yourself to get best April 10. Prominent speakers will prices on that now wagon before you be there to address tho meeting. buy. Write FORDSVILLE PLANING price will come to MILL For fresh Grape Fruit and other you by CO., their first mail. Candles and all things In that You'll Look Good in a 23T Taylor Made Suit! Jt5 and you'll feel good whem you see their values. Let $ J TAYLOR . I ,Z&$& The Hartford Republican APRIL 10 Do Your Tailoring Carson 4..;v.H-44;4v4'r'Hvvvcfc (L Fruits, Hartford, Kentucky. Col S "41- - line come to our place. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. 42t3 hi. l Kill DAY, PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Lime, Plaster and Cement, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 39t4 Mr. B. F. Bean, of Dundee, was In town Monday, on business. poultry. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was on business. hefe yesterday, Attorney M. B. Kendrlck, of LouisTho new bulk garden seeds havo arClothing concern for whom Mr. Bean rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE tf ville, representing tho Fair Price Is traveling salesman. Commission, Department of Justice, Wednesday. Mr. Richard Baker, of Beaver Dam, was In Hartford, Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT for was hero Wednesday, attending quick Lunches, Confectionarles, CanSam Relnsteln, of Louisville, was Court. dles, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits hero this week plying his usual cars make con Hint of nurchaslnc hides. TATE'S TRANSFER nection with all Beaver Dam trains FOIl SALE One 5 room dwelling vnnl,f a i.u,ider" such articles, In Hartford. Seo 'ftiphtlifc. -- . Jj Mr. Carl Sandefur, an expert me- CAL P. KEOWN. 42t3 Ono often hears tho expression, 'My ' illd caught a severo cold which de- - i chanlc, has been employed by the HARTFORD MOTOR CO., and will Into diphtheria," when the Rov. Chestor D. Stovcns, of Louls-plopehave charge of tho Mechanical and villo, is spending tho woek hero wlthfuth was that the cold had simply Repair Department for this year. All suscep- his family. tt tho.Jlttlo one 42t2 work guaranteed. Miss Cessna Shults, who has been Just arrived, a big assortment of teaching In Daviess County, near Ow where others Did you know choice c oking sls In aluminum ensboro, has completed the term and havo 30 to 40 disksthat Sharpies Septhe WILLIAMS & DUKE. returned to her home, near town. arator has none? It has only three Mr. Ira D. Bean, of this place, left the first of this week on his annual.! spring trip for tho Samuels & Bros., Mrs. Alva Kirk, of Buford, Spent with her mother, Mrs. E. Crabtree, and Mr. n few days here recently, i SHIXKLE CIIAPKEiu. We are having a fine SlassSkxT School. Everybody coma out axu help. Mr. Virgil Riggs and famiiv- - wsaro the guests of Mr. and. Mrs. LEtHJaa-net-t, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vascoo Bairdr nussit. Sunday with Mrs. Balrd's and Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. E. C. Balrd has-- rehrmsSito her home here, after spending: s.TKfc with relatives, near HartforcL. .Mr. and Mrs". Coleman: CfemlfXCtiE near Beda, spent tho vrecli entf CunfflDC their father, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil WestcnStt visited their cousin Mrs. BtatacBSafo-ardso- n and Mr. Rlchardsan,.STcBSSsjc. Mr Vic Stewart,, who bass UKsasr with relatives in Beavor BamJ&arasas? ICrabtree. lv Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Swan, of Oklahoma City, are visiting their son, M Earl. Swan and Mrs. Swan, at the Commercial Hotel. Several Red Cross chapters In Kcntuncky have opened free dispensaries and clinics maintained entirely by the Red Cross with services of doctors and nurses given free. The dispensary is at the service of the , entire county. d iBd fc IF V f Mr. Rufus Williams, of Heflln, For Sale One good work horse, Mrs. Mattlo Barrett has taken spent Sunday here with his daughter, 8 years old, bay and 10 hands high, Miss Loubell. A good driver. rooms with Mrs. Rosa Bear. JEFF CURTIS, Rockport, Ky. The best by test, Sharpies Cream Wo FURNITURE! FURNITUREl Separator for sale by tf havo it at WILLIAMS &. DUKE 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. Wo will glvo B per cent discount on Ice books where- - cash is paid on Mr. L. W. TIchcnor, of Centertown, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harris haVf presentation of book, otherwise no is hero doing some brick work. taken the rooms over the Hub Cloth- discount. ELLIS ICE CO., JUST RECEIVED a shipment of ing Co's. store. Hartford, Ky. 42t4 Ribbon Oil Stoves. Blue THOSE WISHING to buy Millinery W. E. ELLIS & BRO. at reasonable prices will call on Natallne Taylor, little ' daughter MRS. D. HURT, Hartford, R. 2. of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Taylor, of BeaFords. Mr. J. B. Weuterfleld, of ver Dam, spent last week hero with vllle, was in town yestorday, on busiMr. O. T. Kittingor, a prominent her aunts, Mrs. W. C. Blankonshlp ness. farmer and'teacher of Sraallhous, was and Miss Myrtle Maddox. & In Hartford yestorday. Mr. J. II. B. Carson, of Carson A baby boy was born unto Mr. and Co., was In Louisville Tuesday and k, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ward, of Mrs. L. S. Igloheart early last Sunday Wednesday. were guests of Mr. D S Ben- morning. The Infant survived only about two hours. The remains wor3 Timo- nett and family, Sun-'nWe have a car of nice, clean deposited In Oakwood late that afterthy and Red Top Hay. Mr. Jame3 H. Thomas and family noon. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. havo moved to Akron, Ohio, where Miss Bessie Gillespie will arrive to Mr. Thomas has a position. Mrs. Laura Stevens will return In town today to visit her parents Louisville tomorrow, after spending Yes we havo Btoves, E. C. Simmons Mr. and Mrs, R. II. Gillespie. .Miss tho week here. Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Gillespie has resigned her position with the Jewish Hospital, as bead - $1.04 bottlo Merltone Tonic, 94c, Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. nurse. today and tomorrrow. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc) Attorney C. E Farming Tools and Machinery for Commonwealth's Routo 2, all your needs, whether It be a tractor Smith returned Saturday from OwMr. Thomson Stewart, of may be procured of ensboro, where he had been engaged Beaver Dam, visited Mr. and Mrs. or gardon rako, 42t4 In Court during the week. Mrs. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Alfred Stewart, Saturday. Smith, who had joined Mr. Smith Mrs. Grace Addlngton, of Kronos, about the middle of the week also Tubes Buy Goodrich Tires and spent from Saturday until Monday returned. '"The best In tho Long Run" hero, with Mr. and Mrs. Louis MOTOR CO. HARTFORD 42t2 Customers who do not consume 100 pounds or more of Ice dally will pay been In Mr! Elmo Jones, who bad of tho regular retail price. This applies Coming! A large shipment tho Desderaonla oil fields some time, Iowa seed Corn, Boono County White, to all trade. 106 lbs dally 80 cents Necessity, Texas. has removed to Reed's Yellow Dent, St. Charles Red per cwt., 200 lbs. dally up to 300 lbs., constantly Cob, and wo also havo the home- 75 cents per cwt. 300 lbs. or more Cuscaden's Brick Cream grown Missouri Prolific. 60 cents per cwt. on haniLat tho Restaurant of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ELLIS ICE CO. 39t4 TAYLOR, CASEBIER & 40t4 y Ful-kerso- n. working parts, BOTTOM DIVIDING WALL. children, medium- - size. One good & DUKE. mare, about 8 years old, safe and reliable, 15 hands high. Will work WE BUY, raise and sell anywhere. Also one 3 inch Waganl- rabbits and other on, Buggy and Harness. mals. Place your order with us, B. F. BEAN, and list what over stock you have 42t2p Dundee, Ky. with us, stating, lowest flat prices on largo shipments.. Address 515-BI- T Mr. Riley M. McDowell, of Rock-por- t, m N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. of his hns moved a portion household furniture to the residence Mr. J. Addison Howard, who has recently purchased of Mr. C. I. Maxey, been with tho Ohio County Drug Co., but owing to the disorganized railfor somo tlmo has resigned his posi- road conditions Mr. Maxey Is unable tion and will go to Louisville the first to procure a car In order to load his of the coming month, whore he mu furniture out, preparatory to shipping accepted a position with the Mer- to Akron, Ohio. chants' Wholesalo Grovery Co. . We expect to start Ice delivery Mr. Dolmar James, who has been Monday, April 19th, 1920. Will place In the employe of this office for all Ice in your refrigerator In quantisome time has accepted employment ties of 25 Ihs. and up. Less pieces will Mr. with W. E. Ellis and Bro. be placed on front walk so pleaso James will operate a tractor, doing have your change or tickets ready if work on the public roads during the you expect Ice, and have your respring- and early summer months. frigerator ready for ice man. ELLIS ICE CO., , When In need of coal call W. E. 42t4 Hartford, Ky. ELLIS over either 'phone. At his residence at night on the Home phone On account of tho increased cost of at Ico PJant in the day time. We are coal, repairs, ammonia, gas, chloride in a position to do any kind of haul- of calcium and man power Ice will bo ing, have a No. one truck and can 10 cents higher on thq hundred lbs., give you quick service. Will do your to all trade. As to car Ice we aro service as cheap as any one. not In a position to make any prices ELLIS ICE CO., In advance, as we can not get prices Hartford, Ky. 42t4 Have never been able In advance. d In to contract Ice for the Have you a child in your home July and August. about 10 or 12 years old. He or she ELLIS ICE CO., can operate a Sharpies Separator as 42t4 Hartford, Ky. well as an older person, the only dlf- erence you will get thru quicker than COME a child for you will turn faster than to Sunday School and Stay the child. For a Sharpies is GUARANTEED to get all tho cream at any to Church on speed, Call or write WILLIAMS -- School Day DUKE for a1 free demonstration. 31-t- f MAY 2, 1920 Hartford, Ky. and 1 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL ble and For Sale One good horse, reliatrue, good driver, safe for For salo by WILLIAMS fur-beari- fur-beari- past four months-- la ritsiliirc Bttate daughter, Mrs. R. A. Leisure-- . Mr. and Mrs. E. Q. Steiessxa. mtC , Beavor Dam, visited Mr.. StcnuwsO father, Mr. Vic Stewart, amis, a&tec-MrR. A. Leisure, SatunUir aS s. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert ChiIar,.tj3Bss-v- er Dam, visited Mrs. AnMiurifct Saturday night and Suitduy. Sfen Shown Is very 111, at this timcv . FAPM1NG IMPLEMENTS, ETC The Mogul Tractor, DeerlncMasw-er- s and Rakes, Intcsnnrfr.nail C&t borne) Disk Harrows, peg'toofcifr'iHiiw rows, one and two row HooalanKtascj Drills, ono row Empire BrilJSfc.Oaswr Corn King manure Spreader: jmit line Sulky Plows an& DtsKi CUHtou tors. International comblnatlocjgrtaB-vator- s, Stew. flve-too- th Cultivators, que.-Ksc- ftiiwu - PtUoBmrnt teen tooth Cultivators, Cream Separators, In fact complete. W. E. ELLIS' & EKSfV. Jones Does your wifo kissa xwasaa-lot? Brown Heavens, no; suaBMc3tei kiss me occasionally to see IfTSlteMo drinking, but even that Is unnw.fwwr ry now. Detroit News. . over-deman- at once a International farm Machinery aa&i Implements, consisting of moat thing you need. Call and. i&-We will have a notice farmers:: line. W. E. ELLIS FOR HALE. Large Saddle and harness- - Umsttst, safo and gentle. Will sell ekwcu Address: P. O. Box 353, HartftirfU Ky. U ay No V- - sir-e- e, bob! 10 times a year and produces nn of 10 young at a litter. Young av-cra- go No premiums with Camels all quality! oert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you ever drew into your mouth And, the way to prove that statement is to compare Camels 1 9HHB puff-by-pu-f f the world! with any cigarette in & tTURKISH & DOMESTIC BLEND s cl ca nr Camels have a mild mellowness that is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! females breed when only thrco or four months old. At this rate a pair of rats, breeding uninterruptedly and without deaths, would at tho end of thrco years (IS generations) bo increased to 3ri9,709,4S2 individuals. For centuries tho world has beon fighting rata without organization and at the samo tlmo has been feeding them and building for them fortresses for concealment. If wo arc to fight them on equal terms, say specialists of tho Biological Survey of tho United States Department of Agriculture, wo must deny them food and hiding places and must organize to rid communities of them. Tho department has devoted a great deal of study to tho problem and is anxious to help in rat extermination, not only by supplying bulletins and other printed matter, but by supplying tho advico of specialists in specific rases. DIRECT 0R CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. 81ack, Oweniboro. C. B. Smith, HartCom'tii. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C Portor, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner Y M .j i REAVER HAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnno Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovcns. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. KesslnKor, Marshal Grant Pollard. tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. 1st Monday in March 1J days J Com'th. and Civil. ij 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. J 1st Monday in July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in Soptombor 13 days FOR PRESENT YKARS Civil. 4th Monday in November 13 days County Board of Education B. Com'th. and Civil. S. S. O. C. Moots COUNTY COURT. first Monday In each month, JudRc Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blnnkcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jniier Worth Tlchenor. D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Surveyor C. S. Moxlcy. Coroner E. P. Rodgcra. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Routo C. Div. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvillo. Div. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun-d- ec. Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. Div. No. 5 Otis Stovens, Boavoc - They are always refreshing never tire your taste. they tti u Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor I Your say-s- o about Camels will be: ".My, but that's a great cigarette'3. Camels aro eold evcrywhero in acienlMcally aealed cigarettes) in a cation. Wa ttronfly recommend thia carton forthohomeoroBlca supply or when you travel. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Solc- N. C I'igs With Xo Poor Relations How a Virginia farmer malkctcd pigs heavier and moro profitable than he had raised in tho past is told in a circular, "Better Sires for Virginia," recently Issued by tho extension division of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College. "I used to raise scrub pigs," tho "I didn't think farmer declared. there was much monoy in tho hog businefTs.becnuse I didn't make much. Since using purebred sires I have changed my mind. As u result of 215 pounds last fall, when the nver-ng- o scrub pig would hardly weigh 150 pounds. Consequently my pigs went to market early, while prices were high, while tho man 'vlth scrub pigs had to keep his longer and feed them high-p- : Iced grain while prices kept going down." The account Is accompanied by a picture of purebred boars which aro described as having " a good father, a good mother, and no poor relations.' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tho great benefit derived from tho use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been gratefully acknowledged by r Dam. Div. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. 4th District Q. W. Rowo, Center-tow5th District Ctli FISCAL COURT. County Bonrd of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. lllrdlo Mldkiff and) October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Sept. 13th Teachers M Institute, 17th. EXAMINATIONS n, W. C. Da"ugherty,Balzo-tow- n. District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rico, FordBvIUo. 8th District B. C. Rhoadea, Hartford, Route 5. HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebier. ROCICPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Ed. J. Bratcher. Marshal Common School Diploma May Hi 15 at Hartford, Boavor Danu and FordsvIIle.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 2S and 29 rCounty Toachers' Examinotion at Hartford, (Colored). June IS and 19 County and Stater Toachors' Examination at FordsvIIle, and (Whlto). Juno 25 and 2C County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. (Colored). (Whlto). s' Sopt. 17 and IS County and Examination at Hartford, Stato-Toacher- FARM DEPARTMENT. Poultry Lends in llcttcr Stock Unusual Interest In systematic poultry Improvement throughout the country Is apparent from report's received by the United States Department of Agriculture in connection with the "Better Sires Better Stock" campaign. Figures collected thus far Indicate that more poultry is kept on farms in the United States than all other live Stock combined, and that a greater proportion of the poultry is of pure blood than any other kind of live stock. The records also refute the frequent assertion that most raisers take little interest in feathered stock, leaving it largely to the live-stoc-- When farm plow lands Increase Ip FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE In Onii vnliin nnr nern llV nnR-flfMayfiold. Ky., April 9 The special Dissolved in water for douche itopr -- on,i i,v nno.hnif in fnur veara. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamsomething has occurred that may be grand Jury Impaneled by Judge Bunk mation: Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co, for ten year. n1lnl n "nhpnnmpnnn ." Those in vnino nm in.iip.ntnd lv the investigate tho burning of tho tobacco A healing wonder for nasal catnnh, ... -w ,lUOl,d i auauw ore throat and sore eye Economical. Bureau of Crop Estimates. In chuto in this city on tho night of Has extraordinary dearmns and ttcrmicklal rnvrr. ilrugeuU. or pn.rJ l3M5jieir. Uc. all Company. Potion. Man.br I & TTnlt "TnVi 101(! T1mv In nil ci r yrnaj. The PaHunTcJrt I and returned fifty indict k ed States had tho average value of afternoon $58.39; in the same montn in iyii iiyuia InVs&ooWflt&vW Dam, 'visitstho average was $62.17; In 191S and Brown, Saturday was $G8.38; in 1919 $74.31; father, Mr. J. h. women. the samo time of the year In 1920or Sunday. A Connecticut farmer who recentmove$90.01. building values in all year rt- Mr. O. H. Carter, a salesman w What An Egs Circle Docs. ly enrolled in tho "better-sires- " jfera not being Included In the average in Carter Dry Goods Co., Louisville, example of the interest of Tho community egg circle ment is an 1920 is 5 itnJ l.n.l feMxnanmUv Hr. OTlll AlrS. II to dispose of The averace value of Helps each member men in Improved poultry. He listed ' sending threatening letters, three 30 cattlo and 1.939 poultry all of his surplus eggs and to secure a moro per cent abovo that of 1910, 45 per for per cent above for false swearing and one for ob- (cent above 1917, 32 pure breeding. No othor breeding satisfactory price; Succeed when everything else" fails. unina Mi o WnHnn tn rflrlnce tho to- - inie nml 91 nor runt above 1919 structing public Justice stock was kept on tho farm. In nervous prostration and female Tho names of those indicted were tal egg loss and conserve this sourco Hence It appears that by far the weaknesse they are the supreme supply. greatest rate of yearly Increase was not mado public, as warrants of arremedy, at thousands have testiflej. Guinea Fowls Good Food Substitute. of its food up a from 1919 to 1920. To tho extent rests had not been served upon them. Helps tho community to build . FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND For Game Uirds. guaranteed product; that plow-lan- d val.ics aro related to It Is learned that all tho Indictments STOMACH TROUBLE The value of the guinea fowl as a reputation for a or aro for residents of tho northera secit is the best medicine ever sold Tho United States Department of crop prices, Ihli lag in the advance substitute for game birds such as county. The Jury, in its you land values oohin-- tho advance in tion of the over a druggists counter. grouse, partridge, quail, and pheas- Agriculture will be glad to tell report to the Judge, suggested that crop prices is according to rule more Just how to organize ono. ant, is becoming more and coming Values approximately doubled In the regular grand Jury of tho especTecognized by peoplo fond of this June term of Circuit Court be The shell of a hen's egg constitutes tho South in four years, and that is class' of meat, and tho demand for plow ially Instructed to proceed further fowls is increasing steadily, U. about 11 per cent, tho yolk 32 per (a part of the country where these 'lands have low values. They are with tho investigation, as the InvestiS. Department of Agriculture spec- cent, and tho white 57 per cent of tho overtaking the higher values of oth- gation Just completed revealed tho L WINTER COLDS ialists report. Many hotels and total weight of the egg. 150 men or States. Tho least rates of advance fact that there was about in tho larco cities aro BAD BLOOD In tho band which burned tho chute. eager to secure prime young guineas, j To exterminate lice, dust tho hen In values aro found in tho Now Eng- They also stated that they believed You aro pale, thin, weak with and often they aro served at banquets 'or chicks with sodium fluorld or some land and Middlo Atlantic States. In It to thq interest of the coming grand little vitality. Your liver is slugand club dinners as a special delicacy, other good lice powder. A small the corn belt, where values are high- Jury to investigate the charge of ob- gish and the bad blood causes your lose their elasest, tho upward movoment Is strong. When well cooked, guineas aro at- - j quantity of equal parts of blue part stomach muscles to ticity and become flabby and weak Among tho States that have high structing public Justice on tho although ment and lard dubbed around tho in appearance, of a number of persons. then indigestion. darker than common fowls, and tho vent is also a good lice exterminator, acre values for plow lands are Iowa Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dissitting with $219, Illinois with $170, Calillesh of young birds Is tender and of but should not bo used on Farmers and others who live at a covery, made from wild roots and fornia and Arizona with $130, Neespecially fine flavor, resembling that hens, as It may spoil tno eggs. free from alcohol or with $119, distance from a drug "tore should barks, and the great braska with $125, Indiana of wild game. LIko all other fowl, narcotics, is and powerful keep in the ho"uso a bottle of The butter Industry of tho United Washington with $115, Ohio and Idablood purifier old guineas aro likely to bo tough It may 1)6 ents printed of wrapper.IngrediSnow Liniment. a ho with $105, Utah with $103, and on This States Is so largo that more than and rather dry needed at any tlmo for cuts, wounds, a innn nnnUrv rnisnrR. nar- -' ton of butter was mado per minute, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Oregon sores, sprains or rhoumatism. It is tonic, in liquid or tablet form, is what you need to tlcularly those within easy reach of day and night, in 1918, yet this enor-Ih- e with $100. Irrigation has made a powerful healing and penetrating just vigor and vitality. give you vim, high values possible for dry lands a mous production scarcely meets largo eastorn markets, make remedy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 Take the 'Discovery' as directed in Arizona and othor States. of raising a hundred or so mestlc needs. per bottle. Sold by Ohio County and it will search out impure and great ma guineas each year, but thu m poisonous matter throughout the Drug Co. Worst l'est In Tho AVorld There Is a possibility that considsystem and eliminate it through Jorlty of guineas ara raised in small m The rat is tho worst animal pest the natural channels. flocks of from 10 to 'lb upon farms erable renlantlnc of corn will bo HOOVER WON'T ACCEPT You can procure a trial package in tho Middle West und In tho South, necessary. Solect enough good seed in tho world. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION of the tablets by Bending 10c. to From its home among filth It visits Tilany farmers keep a pair or a trio corn to make a second planting if the Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. dwellings and storerooms to pollute of cuineas moro as a novelty than for such should become auvisauio New York, April 9. Horbert Hoovand destroy human food. a small flock profit and from these Lily, Ky. "I "Mixed" Com Brings Lower I'rico It carries bubonic plaugo and many er today stated definitely that he and liver trouble. suffered from stomach Is raised. The guinea fowl doubt Had 'gassy' stomach on farms in tho Southeastern States other diseases fatal to man and has would not accept the Democratic Farmers and heartburn and less would be moro popular tdHBlaillrSv were it not for its harsh and at times are losing monoy becauso so much of been responsible for moro untimely nomination for tho presidency. Ho had headacho most cry. How- - their sholled corn grades "mixed," ac- - deaths among human beings than all made the statement in tho following of the time. After ceemlngly novor-endln- g meal I was telegram sont to Chandler M.Wood, each could scarcely evor, some peoplo consider this cry cording to reports received by tho tho wars of history. sick, In tho United States rats and mice of 40 Stato street, Boston. favor, as Bureau of Markets, Unito.l States De- keep anything on my am argument in tho guinea's "Your published letter asking it I stomach, not even u pivns warnluit of marauders In tho . partment of Agriculture, it graui-- i each year destroy crops and othor vatcr. I dida't "mlxed" becauso of tho large percen property valued at ovor $200,000,-00- 0. would accept the Democratic nominapoultry yard. kernels which tage of straw-colore- d tion has been received by mo this think there was a modlcino mado that This dlstructlon is equivalent to morning and I appreciate the implied it contains. uould cure me; but: Keep The Gurden At Work. army of ov- compliment. I gather that it was oner using ur. Tho demand in this section of tho tho gross earnings of an By tho exercise of caro and foreOoldon written prior to a statement of mine I'ioree's Discovery thought in planning succession crops country Is for white corn for making or 200,000 mon. Wed leal On many a farm, If tho Brain eaten 1nt Kntnrilnv which nnnearnd In Bos. 1 can eat anything and by tho utilization meal and grits, and millers will usu and rotations I want and it does get it, To class and wasted by rats and mice could bo ton and other papers. not hurt me. I will always praise this of every foot of suitable available ally pay a promlum to "You will no doubt therefore now medicine.' 'rJJH3. LIZZIE PBEI). spaco It is possible to grow considera- as "whlto" under Federal standards sold, tho proceeds would moro than EltlOK. appreciate that the answer to xc-uble quantities of vegetables on limit- corn must contain at least 98 per cent pay all tho farmer's taxes Tho common brown rat breeds 0 to ' inquiry is "no supplement tlio fauil- - by weight of whlto kernels. Moro ed areas and so ly food supply. The principal factors in accomplishing this are the use of seed boxes and hotbeds to give plants an early start in spring beforo seeds may be plante'd outdoors, tho use of outside seed beds to carry crops while plants for main-seaso- n early crops are occupying the garden space, and tho planting of late or succession crops as soon as earlier plants have been removed. Tho United States Department of Agriculture believes that tho homo garden is Just as essential this year as it was during tho war years and 'is offering the advice of practical scientific gardeners in helping to solve the problems of those who want to cultivate home gardens. -- yelper cent of low, red or any other color puts it In the "mixed" class. If tho corn Is husked before shelling, ears containing colored kernels can be sorted out and used for feed on the farm. Tho best way, however, to have white corn for market Is to plant only pure white seed. than 2 straw-colore- d, many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakcnoy. Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is by far tho best mcdicino for colds and coughs we have ever used in our family. I give it .to my children when small for in croup and have taken it myself." - Sept 24 and 25 County and Examination at Hartford Stato.-Teacher- s (Colored). Every Woman Wants! ig 3 Mothers N Soaring Vnlucs Of Plow Lands. GRAXI) JURY INDICTS FIFTY IX TOBACCO WAR use V LD, a .- vermira 86 For the Children Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms A Seventy-five )lX rs J It1 11 years contintesti- rJi eric? lifers monial FREY'S VERH1FUCE can offer you. Keep a Lottie always on hand. It will help keep the little ones happy and healthy. 30cabottleatyourrIrugE"tacf general atore; or if your dealer can't aupply you, tend Iiii nam and 30c in atampa and we'll aend you a bottle promptly. L4S. FREY. blfaae. UL uous use is the beit A S3 f50 m AFTER GRIP p HaTy nBBjK yy A quick relief (or (hit tired, 9st WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment WEAK for LUNGS or olnt-tractl- ve CONSUMPTION ( FOR.ONE MONTH feellne, hernor-ibaeei. i coughs, psins in chett. nlebt iweali. weak lungs or comumptlon. II sot btlp you it coats ybu nothing. OHIO MEDICAL GO, It doss Bal-lards'- B to-da- y. LOCK Box 010 COLUMBUR O. USE LI V-VE- R-L AX t For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation.. i 3 r Peel right all tho time. Don't lay ol from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lie- - Ver-Lo- x keeps yo on your feet, while relieving your troui le. Safer too, and cosy to take Dortt tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Byw tern and rcliovca constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, Bur in its effect and certain in results. II won't bo long beforo win completely displace calomel In over home.; Children can tako it freely anl with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non genuine without the likenesa and sijrn turo of I K. Grigsby, For boIo by p L M. 3KXLLIAHS. - HrtXpt. g iiV-VbL- ac y fc WEALTHY INDIAN WANTS HIS WIFE ments and peoples of Germany and Austria havo boon or aro being given consideration. We trust no delay will bo permitted In tnklng whatever steps aro proper to thesn ends. Further negotiations in tho hopo of working out a compromise nnd reviving tho treaty of would bo costly and futllo. Wo want peace. Germany and Austria want peace. Great Britain nnd France havo peaco and aro making what they can of It under tho destructive conditions of tho treaty terms. As soon as we havo declared peaco we ought to act energetically to take ad vantage ot it and to glvo what support wo safely can devise to the tottering fabric of society in central Europe Restored trado relations aro urgontly noeded and wo should no longer be required by the peculiar policy of the administration to withhold action or public otther through prlvato channels. Mr. Wilson has mado us accomplices in the disintegration of Europo too long. Chicago Tribune. A prudent mother is always on the wntch for symptoms of worms in hor Paleness, lack ot Interest children. in play, and peevishness Is the signal for White's Cream Vormlfuge. A few doses of this excellent remedy puts an end to the' worms and tho child soon acts naturally. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Dru m Company. 44-- i THE DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR Brings Prosperity to the Farm. More De Lavals in use than all other makes combined. It is the WORLD'S STANDARD. With the coming of Spring, the freshening of the cows, and the coming on of the grass, you can make your milk cheaper and there is therefore no better time than RIGHT NOW to buy that De Laval. If you are $,, Illiterate Millionaire Creek Resents Guardian's Steps To Annul Wedding Topeka, Kan., April 10 Vcr-Bnlil- os Whether guardian-at-law In 2000 Counties This Month 77ie Forces of the Church of Christ Will Gather to Face the Facts. 2000 and INlaymen counties in 36 states the pastorsmeet of 30 great denominations will tho legal supervision of a in conference this month. It hold before a critical engagement; that business men hold before entering a new market. of judgment, not emotion; a clear-eye- d facing of the facts. A Survey that Business Men Must Admire For more than a year hundreds of workers have been quietly engaged in making a scientific survey of the mission fields, and of America county by county. is the kindrof conference that generals The facts developed are startling. The charts and maps will amaze you. No such picture of America's religious situation has ever before been drawn. On the basis of these surveys the program of the Interchurch World Movement is being built. What the Movement Is. This movement is a clearing house for the activities of the "forward movements" of 30 denominations. It is the basis of for the churches of America in a mighty effort to face the facts revealed in the surveys which are being conducted by the movement. You, as a minister of the Gospel, or earnest layman vitally interested in the upbuilding of God's kingdom on earth, should know the task which lies ahead and the part which the Interchurch World Movement is to play in facing the situation. f . Whether You Are Inside the Church or Out To every man and every woman who loves his country, these 2000 county conferences are over an Indian is supposed to includo the lattcr's matrimonial ven-tur- o must bo decided by tho Kansas Supremo Court In tho habeas corpus proceedings brought by Carl J. O'Hornett, of Henrietta, 0kla to the custodianship of Jackson Barnott,, 70, of Henrietta, Okla., a Creek Indian. Harnett is known as "the richest Indian In tho world." His wealth, consisting of oil Ian Is nnd oil interests, exceeds $1,000,000, and, according to O'Hornett, his annual Incomo is more than $165,000. Under most romantic circumstances Hornett last February eloped and was married to a young white woman. Mis. Anna Laura Lowe, at Coffoy-vill- e, Kan. In his petition filed in tho Supremo Court O'Hornett charges that tho old Indian's bride Is "nn adventuress ot tho most pronounced type," nnd that she "kidnapped" Bar-ne- tt because of his wealth. According to tho guardian's story, It was tho woman's second attempt to marry Barnott, tho first attempt having been frustrated by rofusal of two probate Judges In Oklahoma to grant her a marriage license. In each Incident Mrs. Lowe, accompanied by a chauffeur, drove to Barnett's farm near Henrietta and "forced him to accompany her, tho guardian's petition charges. After a preliminary hearing before tho Supremo Court, A. M. Jackson of Wlnfleld, Knn., was appointed by the court ns referee to hear all ovidenco portalnlng to the alleged 'kidnapping and to the guardian's claim to tho right to havo tho marriage annulled and return of his ward to Oklahoma. Tho court, however, stipulated that ponding hearing by the1 referee, although Barnett must remain In charge of Sheriff Backus of Coffey-vlll- e, 'still tho Indian's martall relations shall not be interfered with. Tho aged Indian Is Illiterate. Legal documents involving hundreds of thousands of dollars have been "signed" by him with his thumb print. His wealth figuratively was thrust upon him as tho result of oil being found on nn allotment of land given him by On his Henrietta tho Government. farm he lived In a most primitive state, dogs nnd horses being his only companions. But to all outward appearances, Barnett Is not adverse to his new State, and opposes his guardian's plans. .jgj, cr . thinking of buying something cheaper, better ask some of your neighbors who have already tried them and then purchase a De Laval. Just use your best judgment, then call us for a demonstration. Our implements are moving faster than usual. We have already sold cultivators, which is a little unusual, but we believe that it was wise and suggest that in as much as it costs you no more to purchase early, that you let us have your order for anything that you might need in the implement line so that we can hold it for you. You know the market conditions as well as we, so again we advise you to use your best judgment. Come in and look through our line. It costs you nothing to look and it might oe ine means 01 saving some money. JKememoer the 5 per cent cash discount. This is the place where your money buys the most. "OVERALL CLUB JOINED BY 2,500 Blrmlngharr Twenty-fiv- e Ala., April 10. detec- hundred persons, include A ing City Hall employes, city tives and men in all walks of life, had Joined tho "Overall Club" of Birmingham tonight In tho fight to bring down tho high cost of clothing Six doctors, one banker and ten lawyers were' among thoso who applied for membership today. Towns in many sections of Alabama are planning to follow Birmingham's lead and Gadsden was still talking today ot tho Rotary Club luncheon yesterday in honor of Senator Underwood, when each club member reported in overalls of the same J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS BEAVER DAM, KY. BOTH PHONES. ; Z tp jt&f Net fronts 15luidDfachraj pattern. Although "Overall Day" is not to be set until members select tho date at a mass meeting Monday night, proprietors and waiters in several Birmingham cafes today Appeared in blue denim, and others were expected to follow. The mass meeting Is expected to lay plans for a monster parade the opening days. Every branch of tho City Government has been organized and the City Commission is considering a recommendation from Fire Chief Middle-to- n thnt all firemen be allowed to wear overalls while .on duty. "For-ty-fldollar uniforms are too expensive for such hazardous business, anyhow," Chief Middloton said in hU recommendation. vo GASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ,Sf !? o- PER I GENT. w ActablcIVcpa.onfarJ; lallinTimi I III' I 111 III If T IMk iinrtihcStomacasandBwrclsrf pgragfcJBLiiBSBB Thereby Always Bears the M Xll Hi r wk& ftomoito4BKe". - Signature of MA r - vitally important. For the facts developed by this great survey show vividly what forces are at work in America and what kind of a country this country is to be. See that the pastor of your church appoints delegates. Any pastor can tell you the conference place and date. Or write direct to the WOBJD Interchurch MOVEMENT 517 Peters Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. How Diphtheria is Contracted. Ouo often hears tho expression, 'My EXICO PROTESTS U. S. child caught a sovero cold which deSHU'S IN MAGDALENA BAY veloped Into diphtheria," when the truth was that the cold had simply El Pasco, Tex., April 10 Tho Mexleft tho little one particular suscep- ican Government has formally protible to tho wandering diphtheria tested and requested an explanation germ. If your child has a cold when from tho United States for Invasion of diphtheria is prevalent you shouU' Mexican territory by American wartako him out of school and keep him ships, it was announced here today off the street until fully recovored, as at tho Mexican Consulate. Mexican thero Is a hundred times moro dan- authorities, It was said, chargo that ger of his taking diphtheria when he tho submarine IIand four other has a cold. Whon Chamberlain's submarines entered Magdalena Bay Cough Remedy la given it quickly in Lower California without permiscures tho cold and lessens tho danger sion, and that after anchoring sailors ot diphtheria or any other germ went ashore and pitched tents. m disease being contracted. m -l ChccrfulncssanaKcsv.Ynclthcr upwm, noi H"""i"-- : foeral. Nonnarcotic j Mir I ecfrcfO!dDc&MUWUl . Senrut JtocklbSiltl h'amSnd ft l 'hV iil In "StfKSSSu I rcsilUiniihCfcfrcjnjnjnrancy. .Mnf.il Remedy fof Use For Over loss of Sleep ra"cnSijnaturepc jnECcvrAtmCoirp.ca: TJEW3Ly3 Thirty Years KMTOWAL COMMENT Thero Is no reason to hope that Mr. Wilson will swallow his piido ot opinion and accept reservations which ho hns declared In spite of tho greatest pressure he would not accept There Is no reason to hopo that, having shared with him responsibility for the defeat of tho treaty, tho Democratic Senators who followed him Into the last ditch will not turn about and desert him. Thore Is no shadow of expectation that tho Republicans who demanded reservations will consent that tho nation shall tho responsibilities of the treaty without these safeguards. All this Is .certain. Thero remain, therefore, only the alternatives of remaining In a legal status of war with Germany and Austria or of formally declaring peace. The normal modo ot establishing peaco between nations at war is by treaty. In tho present anomalous situation the only method seems to bo for Congress, tho war and peaco making power, to declare formally that peace exists. Germany nover declared war upon tho United States. It would seem, therefore, that a declaration by our Congress that war botween us no longer exists would Wo havo no doubt the bo sufficient. legal conseguences ot such action by Senator havo been considered Knox and his colleagues in tho Senate and that any necessary tormaljtlos to protect private and public Interests nnd to provide for tho roassumptlon of peacoful relations with tho govern as-su- SOUTHEASTERN DIVISION IDAHO LEGION MEMBERS OPPOSE A CASH BONUS The publication of this advertisement is made posof 30 denominations. sible through the and ho hns to pack tho valuablo sad $15 FOR A NAG AND dle And whon somobody has to $150 FOR A SADDLE go out and get him and loan him Combination That Sounds Ridiculous But Which May Ho Seen Often In Tho Cattle Country. Go out to any stock yards or look around any town In tjo cattle counaco a scoro ot scraw- Twin Falls, Idaho, April 10 The Idaho Department of the American Legion today was on record ns opposed to a cash bonus for former solo diers. ' A resolution calling for bill by the next Legof a bonus islature was tabled by virtually a unanimous voto of dolegates to tho State convention horo. pas-sag- CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. thi cuitiun eoMMMr, ncw vonn crrr. tV , ? 'Hr ny, undersized broncos carrying saddles with silver or gold mounted saddle horns, cantlos and stirrups. The horses would be dear at $15 but tho saddles cost from $150 to $1000. Such an outfit Is always good for a laugh, especially from tho old timers. They know that such a combination represents expenditure not lor uso or necessity or comfort but to satisfy tho vanity of tho rldor. "Woll It suits me. Whose business is It if I want to spend my coin that way?" That Is what many a bucka-ro- o asks when ho Is joshed about his outfit. Nobody may caro whether lio wastes his money that way or not but bo ought not to expect any sympathy when the scrub horse gives out and leaves him afoot on tho dessert try nnd you will a horse to carry him nnd tho saddle, It is somobody olso's business how ho spent his money. That saddlo habit is not confined to cow boys alono. Thousands of people In this country hav,o beon outfitting themselves that way sincq got to be a national habtho wlso riders have spent it. But moro on tho horse and less on the saddle whon they got together an outfit to carry them over tho high cost of living. Thoy have put their money Into government securities, War Savings Stamps, Treasury Savings and Liberty Bonds. Certificates, aro not gaudy but thoy aro Thoso mighty comfortable and safe and they do not glvo out on you when you aro miles from help. Extravagant and useless expenditure may bo a saddlo that will' fit tho withers of a cheap horso but it will gall your back If you have to pack It home. WOMAN ANNOYED MY RAILROAD Mrs; D. L. Symington, of Green Spring Valley, an arlstorcratlc resi dence section near Baltimore, sued tho Pennsylvania railroad for $25,-00- 0. Sho claimed that members ot the family wore kept awak'- - by the ringing ot a bell, tho blowing ot engine whistles and tho shifting of cars. Sho also said that a hedge on her property was dostroyed. A. verdict ot $2,750 was awarded her. m HB"" ygw A Brilliant Finish You will be amazed at the manner in which Spot-La- c transforms old floors and furniture into new. And you will be gratified at the wealing qualities family. of this member of the Red-SpSpot-La- c is not only beautiful and durable it is so esaSy applied that ot Judge Havo you anything to offer the Court boforo sentence Is passed on you? Prisoner No, your Honor; my lawyer took my last dollar. Bbston Transcript. C ASTO R rA For Infants and Children Ohildxen Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A ( In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of 1 anyone can use it. Many people keep their homes bright with '.t. jTon " A thrt Bm. ACTON MBULBJbZACUJUUMM BROS., KY. the mzoc lLYHUTOHD, IBiB mmmm sent to STRIKERS RAILWAY J3raafic Bill Introduced In .Senate To Curb Rebels; 3randed OTwCWnRton, -- As Reds 12 Devclop-vnaj- pling transportation "without duo . STRAY STREAKS and reasonable notice." Senator Nelson, Republican, ' declared Senator Polndexter's (By Fluko McFluko.) proposal could not bo made effective j unless executed In connection with We havo a bunch of Leaches next court Injunctions, nddlng that It was door, and In addition to a habit of too lato nftor the deed was accom sticking to business they seem to havo plished to say that tho men commit a naok of doing tho sains unto if.n ting It should be placed In prison. other fellow's dough." . Mln-noso- ? MoitB i:rgss m:ss fekih Greater profits from OWEN Strain hwo today In connection with White Leghorns. Eggs $1.50 for 15. SSi rrlHronil strike wcro: Whlto Orphlngton eggs samo price. J&n announcement by tho Post MRS. R. E. FUQUA, Zopnrtinent that vigorous action 41t4 Hartford, Ky. xoaHO. ho .taken If the movement o maEi. irero obstructed. BETHEL. &flrortiictJon of a bill by Senator tS?nSwStalrr, Jlopnbllcan, Washington. Jlr. Jell Picknoll. who has beon irwvJtUpK Imprisonment and fines for sick for qulto a while, is Improving. aiMHxnx Interfering with tho Mr. Cecil Daniel spent Sunday with .Interstate commerce. his mother, Mrs. Lettlo Daniel,' of this Jkistnraoy General Palmer returned place. to Washington and studied reports a3 Mr. Thatch PIcknell, who has had lOniaup situation so as to determine a severe case is slowly Im'wSsSSatr nctlon by the Department of proving. ffu.'jJJBB'wxs warranted. Mrs. Maggie Leach and little AsoMrunromcnt of Chairman daughter, of Hartford, spent Sunday tho Senate Interstate with her mother, Mrs. Rea Daniel, of Commlttco that tho lnvestiga--lint- a this place, I tho strike by his commlttco, i b&w31bA to begin tomorrow, would NO MORE CIRCUS SIDESHOWS nuS Rjb conducted at this time as It to give the now railroaad At a recent convention In Chicago Jin opportunity to settle as movo-mnsftnl April Harris, tho Cumberland Telephone man, who has been off duty for a long time an account of a bad spoil of flu, says he is certalnlly out of luck, as it looks like fishing just won't be any account before ho gets sound enough to go back to work again. Eveiythin FOR 4 and men A Rial says that so many banks of great wealth aro benlg robbed by highwaymen theso days ho Spring! t..yi.asl..taAiT.staA.tsat...Ts.fssfsTs&stll?l.tiAaTltss?.tSstt1 has decided to sell his popcorn and peanut monopoly and quit the busi ness before some gunman or tho nitroglycerine gang squelches his nanny. of-f- Iu 44 & -- Cum-zsSu- cr il Com-OT- ai J3sfia-Awar- d jltesMO-lke- . came from tho of TVhJSvs Ilonse that the members tUirr Xw&J)or Hoard would bo appointed jl smnounceruent hours. Republi- SKnator 2!S3t.Sfew Jersey, told the Senate that "red revolt." tilt strike was Hearing End Strlko TOMbx aboard Can lijiiSenate Inquiry was to havo bezant 4tnirrow with John Grunau, 3iE&aiHnt of the Chicago Yardsmen's jScHifion, as the first witness. said he desired to give Uwf2surd an opportunity to see what SK wu3d accomplish toward settling cs412iXntwenty-foii- r "SaftJUtrlke. 3a sorder that tho board can begin osfixfc immediately Senator Cummins BiOSkoften that i.he board would sit lir Washington for the present Instead -- We would not be surprised to come down town most any nornlng and hear that A. Rial had been sandbagged or lead piped or something else, and robbed of a few thousand. You know that there Is nn old, old saying gain never profited the that possessor, and when a fellow takes money from wome'n and children for of the National Association of Out- ns little of nothing as does Kaiser door Showmen It was decided that Rial he had better watch out. w the sideshows must go. The snake-tamer- s, snake-eater- s, And one door fur:.cr doyn there fat women, skeleton man, la another Leach tint nlsks on pIiuo wild man of Borneo, smallest and soles and heels. This other Leach tallest man In the world all are to doesn't only subsit on your heels and Those allur- soles but is absolutely growing corpube things of the past. ing attractions have for years drawn lent through the process. Leaches dimes and quarters from the pockets you know are carnivorous parasites of the youth of America and they and leave a sore spot where they have always been considered a como In contact with you, aud we will part of the circus. The rea- say that this last Leach, the one secsons for the abolition of the side- ond door below, is In no wlso differshows are not given, but It Is hinted ent from the others. that the "freaks" became exorbitant in their salary demands. Wo are determined that the name of one Bat Nail shall not appear in this column this week. We have TRANSFER SERVICE! been receiving protests from subscrib They are ers from everywhere. sword-swal-lowewell-payi- Coat Suits from : Spring Coats from Men's Suits from c. .. d uoy s autLS lruiu . Ladies' Slippers from Misses' Slippers from Children's Slippers from Men's Oxfords from Boy's Oxfords from Ladies' Waists from Ladies' Skirts from .:..K-."..."Kfr'H- $25.00 $15.00 $25.00 pi u to $85.00 to $50.00 to $75.00 e?7 cfn j. coo rn lu qc,..oj x $3.50 to $15.00 $3.00 to $7.50 $2.50 to $5.00 $4.00 to $15.00 $3.00 to $8.50 $1.50 to $12.50 $5.00 to $25.00 IS - 33ie Senator .declared that if tho Bjubb! was appointed now with the that the grievances of t2m szku .would be heard the strike wsxaSaSiH ended. The disturbance, he sjjjS- - T5VH3- nothing more than a railroad employes because Ibc-TTngdemands presented by them ."Tast summer have not been acted up- - it JCsfiragn. I ask the patronage of the zens of Hartford jim tho traveling citi- public In general for the following ' reasons: Ssfunror Cummins was accompanied Cow, black with A small rttx Ska White House by D. N. Doak, ther. spots, white teats and udder, tfcx president of the Brotherhood of I charged you only 50c and war white Thursday, Tybujimon. tax, through the'Winter just the same keen horns. Left home April S. Anyone knowing of such a Strilto Called Revolutionary. as in summer. Cow please notify me. Will pay you TK&tfflon to deal with railroad Others are charging 75c. !fi5KU3 was proposed by Senatpr I have never failed to give Hart- for your trouble. HERMAN STEWART, ilaaiar. Itepubllcan, Washington, who ford a good word or do Its citizens a P. O. jAddress, Beaver Dam, R. 2. rHSt, Senator Prellnghuysen, Itepub-TStza- t. good deed whenever the opportunity Live at Taylor Mines. Phone Taylov 3Sov .Jersey, and others charg- presented Itself. ed tz'Va ihi present walkout of rall-- aj My cars leave Hartford at the fol- Mines Hotel. wmployes was nothing short of lowing hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. m.; FARM FOR SALE. BoksiUivism. 12:30 p. m.; 2 p. m.; and 7 p. m. 'iSMjator Polndcxter Introduced a Hartford headquarters at Casebler & ' Consisting of 240 acres, near Bald hiB jpnofvoalng ten years' Taylor's Restaurant. 10,000 fine for any person you for the many Knob Church, will sell all or divide 1 I sincerely thank rrit advises, solicits or persuades' favors of the past and cordially In- to suit purchaser. For terms see J. H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WARnttana to join in strikes which vito your patronage for the future. 30tCp REN SHIELDS. with interstate commerco 40tf J. E. CURTIS. &tamms using force, violence or Uftfcyote .ngalnst others remaining at mi. n i.pb. 1LJI313WZ WtJ "Kl naaeesoss maASu moving Interstate commerce v wojrOsI lio punished by fifteen years' jspwiMnmont and $15,000 fine. TKkb ineaBure was referred to the lakaoafrale Commerco Commlttco and Ti mini ii Polndexter said ho hoped CMipHi would act promptly. i i " - i . fu7vuitiiioiraiuuturit'wMMutvv 19m Washington Senator said the rtpo fur. c ir. n this eirculaUne warm was nothing less than revolu- stJtio Th CALOItIC (s not a t j imprison-TMAaafc-imVl -pgsrrererr..rT-m3re:..y.-.---'-l--?i During tho past 3 years I havo tried to serve you well and have made regular trips between Hartford and Beaver Dam, rain or shine, summer and winter, good roads and bad. regular Others have not made trips and only serve you in good wea- threatening to withdraw their support, in droves, even from the Green River to Deserter and from Yeanian to the Point, the protests come, and we can not Ignore them. For that reason we leave the name of Battle out. Besides Bat and his Interest no longer lie in this town, although they lie alright. . ESTR.W Woolen piece goods of every description at a wide range of prices. Silks in every wanted pattern and texture, Wash Goods in fabrics. a bewildering variety of patterns and ' ,., Hats for the smalli Millinery of fashion's latest decree. est to the largest of the race, , 'r Floor Coverings of every description Rugs in Matting- Grass, Tapestry, Velvet and Axminster. iHt!?rU Mattings and Carpets by the yard as well. Linoleums and Oil-clot- hs H in a good variety of patterns. i?. Window Shades, Scrims, Draperies and Lace Curtains to please the most exacting. .(.'...'"J.'m.H "TWSint ;ieB Ave need In such an ho said, " Is a little of cmer-fS.ama- T' II. with NoltW 1 ! tin ml nation taken in other crises ar 3mllar character by men of the 4J3 wl Washington, Jackson, Roosevelt." TCh jiresent tiouble, he said, Arom tho discharge of Joseph tiwjwu, a switchman. "Tfca.fhor words," ho declared, 'the rattfenr unions claim the right to tho management of tho ind In order to enforco this .'JbBmi JIibj aro willing to- - bring the rrtiu communlt) to want and suf- die-i3it- 1 I Clove-'iiswSJK- ud tho pipes im on. is It an exneriment. hastily oat together to meet a demand. It is specially designed to heat homes. stores, factories, halls, churches, etc., mors uniformly, economically mi .tlfiLrtnrtlT thin they havs .. tf.Ai ihImm. !..& ImI&1 f.. wnrV if 1 nt ..-- .'at thm beat of from threa U.l. ,. hundred to eteht hundred ceerccs. in which no cerm can live, U Kept purs and healthful. Tt,. rATrmin f maranleed by the oldest and largest manufacturers j, ... J IT'S have m R, thru ,tt, rsT.nnrr! Nature's oynx laws of circulation by I air currents, warm air rises, ww I air falls. Warm air and cold air ayuv ClUlllOfe UCCU1V MB son tha iam time. mmes TIIE SECRET Ti Tn ftmit volnma that the warm air is pumped up into ths house, an equal amount or com air Is drawn Into ths furnace, nher it is heated. moWened by ths vapor from tha two gallon water pan, and then recirculated through ths reg- I 1-- t s5 ths Calorie Is easily instaueo. l day, without interruption of your houss Is old or nrranEcment. it- 2. . . r . nrMcnt .heatlna :n. HM. Ho noles, KnocKea 1U yuur w.iui ,. pipes. cellar full of Tha Caloris reauifes but ens rer- and occupies 1IUU space. It liter nrl neacli hardly any attention, aiancs noiuui t.l.J n.t.w mm tYtmrm tm Tin RlUll from carrying in coal and carrylnr out ashes no smoke, gas or soot. Eliminates fira danger and Increases tba valu of your property. rf.fa a a.l ara Vvtll t1a.rt1a, mTVa ply full information without In tea least obltsatlns you to buy. i j United States. You talis no cnances when you buy l a CALOItIC. I I I I I l ... j I I I I I 1 f y ""It lb Bolshevism puro and simple. An Imukod up by every anarchist acovulutlonlst, alien or domestic, va tNMUt ister. This continues as Ions as ths fir burns. constant circulaThus ther .Is tion of properly moistened warm Jjl a great convenience as well as a wonderful opportunity a store in your midst from which you can secure all your necessities a store where price and merchandise is always on a par. A store that considers the customer's interests and theirs in every transaction. as being A Store where the smallest child and the most experienced shopper receives the same price and consideration. You can't afford to overlook the advantages of this uni versal trading place. And we are going to expect you in for a good look at our big showings for Spring. co-equal X toitfjwf the outdoor and parlor air, Just as running water tmrit W. UtA. J. BEAN AKent, STOVE Hl Vtm ontrol of commorco Is to turn .wcurod by tho revolutionary inanit ot cutting supplies from tho ihon Congress has been iT its powers and frco h. suspended " fttfiornirs to the failure of Contho Cummins untl- XSCSMRi to enuct do- a&rJI!KO Wll. Senator Frellnghuyson rtiTMil the prwent strlko threatened jtt 'tmbjlc with starvation and "has l tni U0N1T0R t KANCE CO., Cincimsti. 0U il . jliM ttt - rw.mJLCziZ 'AfmUmti tlnM! .m i . . nPwM&&$Sij E. P. Barnes (& Bro. A BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. rr.iWT? w'"- iioCK5tVrTf r" :iO;S-o- i lat in MliU Ibl. um An gi?.'.r.',r'Af . 19M(g5PB.IBaaF us show you! 7 I ulrrwurt roached tho stago of rod ro- efttTiJUl revolution." 0ui4Utpr Edge, llopuhllcan, Now ?'11 I ljmiKHWBBBWfiBX iV, Jl lv t. J ,ihi" rIrfsriiiii...JTBf IHi'lILAVvliVtBtxa'V.sBBB.ssH Isanay, '.said tho strike seomod to be 'wiJjtlJftoy" and urgad loglalatlon 3oMlns criminal penalties against and crip vtMM. leaving omployuicnt r, :my 3:mmT 1tVi Cmt