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However, expected as It was, the actual news that tho agreement Is a "fnlt accompli" set the diplomatic world agog with a tremendous flow of gossip because of tho consequences It involves, bringing about as it ls,a virtual realignment of tho whole European balance of power. One Interesting point that Is only beginning to dawn upon observers Is that tho projected Bagdad railway, that oternnl subject of friction between Germany and Britain in the pro-wdays, and one of tho lnvlsahlo but powerful causes of tho war, has quietly passed Into British control. For appearances sake, It Is true, Britain has consented to leavo under tho supervision of Italy, Franco and Grceco those sections of tho line that traverse territories under mandates to bo held by those nations. Constantinople An Obstacle Then thero Is Constantinople The British are in control of that capital and are most likely to stay for Premier Lloyd George avers tho troops will not be withdrawn until the Turks ovacunto Erzerum, which Is to be Armenia's outlet; the Turks show no Intention of getting out of that big fortress city and the Armenians have no way of expelling them. When allied statesmen object to Britain's policy of military occupation In tho East, Lloyd George has as his trump card, the answer that Franco took Frankfort, holds Frankfort and means to stay In Frankfort until tho German Relchswehr gets out of tho Rhur district. All things considered, diplomats hero believe San Remo will prove tho death bed of tho Supremo Council as now constituted, and tho conferences will end In the same sort of deadlock that has been the result of so many othor Interallied confabs. However, this and the previous gatherings has procured some highly valuable results for Britain, for tho tho larger world Issues remain unsettled, the cpntract with Italy means another milestone In Britain's solidification of her position as the arbiter of Europe and tho East. nr FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920. .LEAGUE GETS DEATH BLOW AT SAN REMO THREE MEN INJURED IN MOTOR CAR CRASH NO VEIL OF GUISE on her while at the same tlmo establishing a counter balance of pow- PEACE MEASURE ers capable of holding out against FOUND AT SAN REMO England. TO DE REVISER m 50 YEARS IX WEDLOCK World Union Vain Dream, Forget It Advises Lloyd George i- - Fractured Skull And Bones Soft Phrases And Meaningless Terms Not In Use Result Of Trackmen's By Diplomats Car Jumping Rails A seribus accident took place Tuesday, Just after noon, on the M. H. & E. Railroad, ono mllo riorth of Dukohurst, when the motor car In charge of Joy Wheeler, section foreman, left the rails, apparently without cause. "Bud" Taylor was dangerously In jured, he having suffered a fractured skull, tho crushing of his left arm and painful Injuries in tho region of his hips and left shoulder. Tho exact extent of his Injuries could not be determined. Sholby Lee sustained painful Injuries about the head, and was otherwise badly bruised. Marvin Murphy was also bruised and considerably "stove up." Tho other flva men who were on tho car at the time escaped with slight bruises and the loss of small patches of skin, here and San nemo, April 21. What virtually amounts to tho death" knell of tho .League of Nations as constituted nt present was sounded by Premier Lloyd George this morning when, af-- V tcr having hastily summoned tho French and Itallnn premier, ho delivered nn Impassioned speech hotly denouncing the present organization g maof tho league as a chine likely to endanger rather than help tho pence of tho world. Tho British premier's sensational pronouncement was provoked by Franco's protest against the Supremo Council's proposal to grnnt Germany another threo months' delay In evacuating the Ruhr region. Premier Mlllorand hnd complained that ono of the vital provisions of tho league calls for tho immediate disarmament of Germany. 'Note The covenant clauso on this point applies to all tlmo-losln- San Remo, April 19; At tho end of the first day of Its deliberations supreme council tho inter-allie- d drafted a reply to President Wilson's recent note on tho Turkish peace trea ty to certain clauses of which the President had ob;e'.f3l Further discussion of the Turkish settlement was shelved pending Mr. Wilson's reply. Tho note, It Is understood, complains that American nonrepresentatton at the San Remo conference is delaying the Turkish settlement. It asserts that America's assent is necessary to render the treaty operative. San Remo, April 19. "Well gentlemen, here we aro all In the garden of Eden I wonder who will play the snake." It was thus that Premier Lloyd George greeted Promiors Millerand, of France, and Nlttl, of Italy, Just" before the first of a series of momentous Interallied conferences here today. It was one of those happy phrases that elicit hearty laughter from all and yet contain more truth than poe try. The disappearance of tho well- worn words "humanity, civilization, Justice and right" from tho diplo matic vocabularly Is the outstanding feature of the San .Remo conference, to which each premier has como with the unshakable resolve to fight for the Individual Interests of his own there. passenger. pl'j":ed The West-boun- d up the crew, Including the injured, and brought them to Hartford, where the wounds of all wore dressed by Drs. Pendleton and Riley, at tho local depot. Tho men Mho were upon the car at the time it wrecked all reside at Sunnydale and were In the employe of the L. & N. R. R. Co., as trackmen on the Sunnydale section The men state that the car was running at the rate of about 15 miles per hour when tho accident occurred, whlqh happened on the high dump near, or on, the Thomas Duke farm. countries. It was men that Premier Lloyd George launched Into his peroration, swaying his hearers with extraordinary cloauenco. Ho more than hinted that tho league covenant was only inserted into tho Versailles treaty out of doferenco to President Wilson, and that now that Mr. Wilson Is to all Intents and purposes out of European politics, the tlmo has como to clear tho decks of Impracticabilities and openly declare that tho League of Nations Is nn impossiblo dream. An Intensely animated conversation followed, Premier Mlllorand finally ogreolng to tho three months' dolny to Germany, which probably means early withdrawal of tho French from Frankfort, as was exclusively .foreshadowed by Universal Servlco more than a week ago. Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox, of this place enjoyed tho fiftieth anniversary of their marriage Tuesday. The event was not celebrated in any special manner, only the two (we nearly said old people) enjoying tho day marking the passage of a half century of almost dally association In home life. Capt. and Mrs. Cox are both well preserved and are blessed with excellent health not only tor people of their age, but the averaga prson s. score or moro of years younger will suffer In comparison with them, In both physical and mental activity. Capt. Cox was, some years ago, perhaps the best known man in this whole section, having been pctlve in the political and business Ufa of Ohio County over a long span of years. Wo Join the many friends of Capt. and Mrs. Cox In wishing for them many happy returns of tho day adding to the fiftieth anniversary of their wefdded life, and that the day may find them in possession of all of their present capabilities for the full enjoyment of life while awaiting tho final, golden harvest, which must find each considerably beyond the al lotted three score and ten mark. LUNACY Senate Committee For Including Both Austria And Germany Washington, April 20. INQUESTS HELD TWO ADJUDGED INSANE t TOMATO nation. PROPOSITION Hjpocrisj's Veil Removed. UP THIS AFTERXOOX The yell of hypocrisy that has enA meeting will be hold a't the Court veloped' Innumerable Inter-allle- d conhouse this afternoon at 2 o'clock in ferences In the past, even those vari Midweek trade fairly active and the the Interest of the proposition to ob- ous chamber sessions where diplomats light, desirable offerings sold fully tain a canning factory hero for the sat face to face and saw with perfect as good as opening day. Few of the packing of tomatoes. Mr. K. C.Vest- - clarity one thru tho other's pious best handy-weigbutchers offered. . i over of the Extension Department, phrases, has been torn away with a Medium and plainer kinds about stea & unsus- SCHOOL HOARD ELECTS San Rcmo, April 21. An Kentucky State University, a specia sudden swish. It must be said that dy. Canners and cutters In small TEACHERS FOR 1020-2- 1 pecting world has Just been fed anlist In horticulture, will deliver an this comes as a relief to the states- supply; few changes. Best bologna other of those periodical doses of be especially in- men who are schooled In tho old-ti- and butcher bulls In good demand. tho lo- address which will Tho Board of Trustees for diplomatic "dope" designed to mnko teresting to those who contemplate and bal- Choice milch cows about steady. Fair game of it appear that there is lovely har- cal graded and high school elected growing tomatoes to be UBed by the ance of power and division of spoils, ly good Inquiry for the best quality coming year, at tho mony where thero Is bitter antagon- teachers for the proposed plant to be established here. helpless novices In that nobler feeders, and stockers nt prevailing regular monthly meeting, Monday Tho Pocket Packing Company, of while ism. but less profitable game of freedom rates. Less activity on tho medium night. Here la an Evansvlllo, Ind., will likewise have and talk of justice for all. and plainer kinds but satisfactory Tho members of faculty, as elect- a representative hero today, and evAll tho reports that Britain and Moreover, tho European peoples prices obtained In most Instances. VIco president, as follows: ery farmer and all others In reach, themselves, long since convinced that Feeling weak in heavy steers trado Franco havo settled their differences ed, aro Miss Lolia Glenn; Miss Mary Marks, are urged to be present, as It Is of that aroso from Franco's "strong-artho high sounding diplomatic verb- account of tho unfavorable reports Mary Laura O. Kcown, Mlssos methods In Germany were made out Mrs. S. much importance to this entire sec- iage "got nowhere," havo been clam- from both primary and neighboring Pendleton, AHco Taylor and Winnie of whole cloth. T6day It was retion. oring for this new old way of tackling points and outlook uncertain. Clear-Lloyd fieorgo Dean Moseley. Prof. J. F. Brunor, $. vealed that Premiers tho ble world Issues. The other hav- ance affected. prosldont, had heretofore been rend Nlttl signed a priato agreement ing failed to bring forth anything but IIOXOR ROLL, OF HARTFORD Prime heavy steers $12.50 013.50; elected. previous to tho convening of tho HIGH SCHOOL FOR APRIL shattered 'hopes, they now rely upon heavy, shipping steers $12 12.50-Mlssos Glenn and Marks tako the hero, mutually pledging Brimethod for medium steers $11012; light steers this return to pre-wresignaItaly to support tho policy places JfTado vacant by tho tain and speedy construction settlement that $9.5Q11; fat heifers ?S13; fat Senior-.- . Belle Walker and Prof. of conciliation with dormnny and tion of Miss cows $S11; medium cows $6.50 Xouatt Rhoad3, Robert Carson, will bring order out of chaos. all tho help sho needs to W. S. Hill. .give her $4.75 Sally Cardon. John Allen WilsonMa 8; cutters $56.50;-cajmerObstacles Seen Ahead. Tho corns of ablo teachers select rovlvo economically. With tho barriers down, however, $5; bulls $7.50 11; feeders $S.50 splendid school for this ry Warren Collins, Odlo Harper, AmeAt tho same tlmo, howovor, by tho ed, Insure a 11; stockers $7.5010,25; choice some diplomatists see many obstacles year and lia Barnott and Ethel BInkley. understanding reached between Lloyd place during tho coming Juniors. in tho path of tho San Remo dele- milch cows $100 125'; medulm $75 and community aro to be Georgo and Nlttl. both Britain and tho Board 100; common $55 75. . Freeman Schapmlre, Blanton El gates who may find it difficult to fitted Italy aro to Join France In a loud pro- - rnrieratulatcd for the well Best steady. Calves Market alliance if lis, Margaret King, Flora Rhoads, consolidate tho war-tlm- o u n. in rSaminnv nfrnlnst tho latcr'S , they insist each upon his own na- calves $14.5015; medium $811; Gertrude Schlemmcr. " uhllly-shnll- y attitude toward tho trea-- t common $5C; slow trado on tho Sophomores. tion's "pound of flesh." ty fulfillment and a vigorous warning BOY LIFE IX THE MASONIC HOME Mary E. Llndley, Helen Bnrnett, All delegate'?, of course, aro pledg- light common calves. KV. that sho must "como acrosi." dlplo--.nM- r. Hogs An active demand held tho Mevlle Rhoads, Carrie McKennoy, ed to secrecy, but enough has leaked In otlior words, tho old, old Douglas Williams. Raymond Robert out to allow the following brief price at a steady level on all weights. In a letter recently received from lnvlne both onds i.nmn nf Best hogs 250 pounds up $10; 165 E son, Ernestine Ralph, Emllye Fondle- - sketch of tho situation: ingalnst tho middle Is In full swing William Bennett, son of Capt. W.and ion, uunovn iiuvis, neaaiu iiium, up- - Premier Mlllorand Insists on the ho 250 pounds $17; 120 to 165 lbs., Bennett deceased, to his Uncle onco more, anu uiu jiuwci ui pounds $13; 90 E. Duke, a ln Bennett, Loubel Williams, Ellis strict application of the Versailles S1G; pigs 90 to 120 powers knowing their Maohlavelll Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R, of treaty and tho complete disarmament pounds down $11.50; throwouts $12.- King, Amelia Plrtle. Maplctuo of their dally life In tho most thoroughly, win., 50 down. Fict. Union. of Germany. Home is portraod Tho protost and warning to Ger- sonic Orphans', Sheep and Lambs Supply for tho Dick Williamson, Luther Turner, Premier Lloyd George, altho con Duke we Mr. many, and tho admonition that sho and by permission of Ashby, Hulbort Crowder, Lena curring In this viewpoint, Intends to three days 112 head. Offerings conletter Otis must disarm, aro mount as a sop to glyo that portion of William's Sallye retain and solidify for Britain the tinue ready sale and prices unchangHenry, Lucille Westorfleld, pains aro takan moan-whll- o to our readers: at $10 Franco, wHIlo ed. Best sheep quotable Williams, Emily Bell, Lorene position of sole arbiter in possible "You asked me to write you and Laura to assure Berlin that Britain's differences between Franco and down; bucks $7 down; best fall lambs boys do for amuse- Westorfleld, Beatrice Bean, Erfaoll you what tho and Italy's credit accounts are open tell etc. Well, I will do the best I Bennett, Alfred Duke. Germany, In ordor to prevent either $17018; lighter kinds $12014; ment m to Germany. act-ln- ir nation from achieving too great a de- spring lambs In limited demand at s, swings, s We havo Tho question of German repara-ttlon- can: PASTORS-SUNDASCHOOLS gree of power likely to Jeopardize $25 down. bars, sleds etc., on the play urgent wore not considered Produce Murkct. British hegemony in Europe. wo havo lots of fun on enough by Lloyd Goorgo and Nlttl grounds and Candled 35 036 doz. EGGS Furthermore, tho British prime As chairman of the Near East ReIn the afternoons tho boys to discuss at this tlmo. They will them. In BUTTER Country 30c lb. shop, boiler room, lief fund campaign for Ohio County, minister proposes to Insist on unquesthe shoo work Sunday tioned British supremacy In tho Near POULTRY Hens 3031c lb.; tako up that subject later. kitchen, printing office and manual I earnestly appeal to all So far, thereforo, tho only point large spring chickens 25031c lb.; On Saturday afternoons School Superintendents to ask for, East. training. doon which thero is a Bomblanco of harPromlor Nlttl brings to tho confer- small spring chickens 26 035o lb.; largest boys get to go out In and see that their schools make mony between tho throe entente pow- tho possible, ence a' considerable degreo of his old roosters 15c lb.; stags 20c lb.; town. We go to school from 8:30 In nations at tho earliest date ers Is that Germany must disarm. But urge all ministers, of evory countrymen's national feeling and re- ducks 2225c lb.; turkeys 35c lb.; of making tho morning until 12:15, and in tho I also lb.; guineas 35c each. hitch is ln tho method .the o..or.lncra from fi'10 to 8 o'clock. On denomination to make requests for sentment against tho allies, who aro geese 15 016c ; her, and on this tho allies aro still I n,.io., rrinirafinv nml Saturday contributions from their congrega openly accused by the bulk of the ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE wldo apart. we go to tho Library, where tions for tho relief of helpless and Italian people of having cheated their deal, which, of nights The Anglo-Italia- n starving Armenians. Religions or- country out of their legitimate war wo have many nice books to read. course, covers far more than merely doing spoils. All persons having claims against a flno time Easter. In tho ganizations and societies are We had is tho Moreover, Italy's economic and fi- tho estate of W. A. Maddox and Jenitho policy toward Germansj throughout the United States among "ln- - morning, at breakfast, each received this deceased, aro hero-b- y sensation of the day eggs, at dinner wo Rn lot Ohio County answer Iho call 01 nancial situation Is described as so nie Maddox, both been looked for ovor two nicely colored present samo to me, governSfjddors." It had notified to largo chocolate ogg and a suffering humanity, and in this man precarious, as to compel tho J t 5taco tho sauve Slgnor Nlttl was seeno received a chocolate cake, all donat- ner sorvo tho Master. ment to undertako a decided turn- properly proven, on or before May of me m-tl- big slice be forin so many Jovial chats wun Ijondon. ed by Electra Chapter, O. E. S. On Make checks payable to John H. about towards tho former central em- tho 18th,. 1920, or they will , wizard from Wales," in to me pires and Russia. In drawing closer ever barred. Italy re- leaving the chapel that afternoon Leathers, Louisville, sendhic This APr11 21st l92- to those countries, It Is argued, Italy and mora particularly since a -- candy for tabulation. approval when each child was presented U. S. CARSON, Admr. KEOVM, fused to say a word of would go a long way toward shaking CAL P. Instead, basket filled with candy eggs, and at W- - A. and Jennlo Maddox. Franco occupied Frankfort, off Britain's economic stranglo hold Hartford, Ky. candy eggs. pro supper wo received nice aiding with Britain, who strongly ht Inquests as to the sanity of two persons were held in Court here Wednesday: Mrs. Thomas Render, of near Beaver Dam, was adjudged a person of unsound mind, as was Roy Baugh, both were ordered committed to the Western Kentucky Asylum for care and treatment. LOUISVILLE MARKETS t give-and-ta- con-feron- co ; ar s Senate Foreign Relations Committteo will report to tho Senate. Tho resolution will be a substitute for the Porter resolution passed by the House, which declared peace with Germany only. The Senate resolution also will provide for the repeal of all war leglsla- -' tion, including the espionage act, tho Overman act and others which conferred extraordinary powers on the executive departments of the government moro successfully to prosecute tho war, but which remain on tho statute books despite the fact that the war has long been over. The form of the resolution was discussed at an executive session of tho committee today. The Republican members of the committee are a unit In favoring a new resolution instead. of the Porter resolution, and of in cluding both Austria and Germany in the declaratory resolution. It is believed the resolution will be agreed upon in the committee before the end of this week. Action in the Senate early next week Is looked for. In Fat or of Redraft. The objections raised by Repub lican senators to the Porter, resolu tion are that It contains too many matters and that the vote by which It was passed In the House demonstrates conclusively that It could not be passed over a veto if the President should reject It. The resolution will start out with a formal repeal of the resolution"' which declared war to exist between the United States and Germany, will declare commercial and trade relaand will repeal tions by name many of the emergency actswhich were put thru as war legisla tion. ' Ignore Hlchcock's Absence. Republican members of the committee Indicated today that thoywill go ahead with their plans to report tho peace resolution to the Senate Irrespective of whether Senator Hitchcock and other administration leaders When Senator aro here or not. Hitchcock left Washington to begin his campaign in Npbraska ho asked Senator Lodge to postpone action on tho resolution until he returned. Senator Lodge was unable to give such, a promise, however, and the resolution will come from tho committee by a.party vote within a few days . Senator Lodge and other Republicans on the committee tako the po- -' sltlon that tho Democrats Intend ''to oppose tho resolution anywa so there Is no necessity for postponing action on It until they aro all here. - Austria as well as Germany will bo declared In the resolution which tho Peace with. 1 - PAYS GOOD PRICE FOR TWO DOG TAGS Mr. R. P. Coleman, of Beaver Dam, a summons In County answered Court recently, to show causo as to why ho had not listed' and procured tags for his dogs. The two tags procured, coming through the County Court, 'cost him $17.00. Acaln wo remind those who havo not heeded the statute In tho matter of tho tag and dog tax pioposltlon. that by going to tho County Clerks Office, they mny yet list their dogs. poy tho regular fees and escape the payment of fines and cost. Wo say they may do so, prosecutions aro not apt to be Instituted against thoso who, oven at this late day comply with tho Injunction to pay the tax. and secure ever present evidence, tho tag to bo worn'- by tho dog. OHIO COUNTY GETS ANOTHER MOTOR TRUCK In a recent allotment of trucks to Kentucky, by tho Foderl Government. Ohio County drew a threo ton Peorless truck, for road working and Improvement purposes. Tho truck has boon loaded and will bo received at an early date. This makes threo trucks received by Ohio Counand lf, ty from tho Government, properly cared for they can bo niado, of great service In road improvement work In the County. b"i fu-tu- io see-saw- Y -- - m How If Your Complexion? GAS OF REFUSE A woman should grow more beautiful as sho grows older and she will with duo rogard to baths, diet and liver Ulanvillc, Ky., Crowd Fails exorcise, andIn by keeping her order. Department Of. Agriculture good working and bowels Develops Cheap Fuel 'ZTo Get Black Accused If you nre haggard and yellow, your For Motors eyes losing their luster and whites bej Of Boy's Abduction coming yellowish, your flesh flabby, The Resources at the Bank's Command. it may bo due to ludlgestion or to n The Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. Washington, April sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tab17. Henry TDamfllle, Ky.t April 17. A mob lets correct these disorders. The Confidence of the Public. proposal to run trolley card m Ford's around tho streets of largo cities with iEfi9jiErsons was balked by a ruse The Fair Methods that Have Ever Prevailed fuel made from straw soon may bo .as officials spirited away Nnsht MARY PICKFORD IS eclipsed by an achievement of the Crwm Ahe Court House Luclcn Jcn-tii3To the man who lias no banking connection, we CHARGED WITH FRAUD Bureau of Chemistry of the Departjonrs old, negro, held as the now issue this invitation to connect himself with this ment of Agriculture, provided Conhours. oiap. who Jast night abducted gress helps out. bank. As a depositor his money is absolutely safe Ileno, Nov., April 16. Mnry Pick-for- d It seems that wo are again In for Willie H. Trimble, carried him to On a vacant lot near Arlington Naand as a borrower he will be accorded as liberal must face charges of wholesale a race with the other nations for jel futxnflcld anil there fractured his collusion, conspiracy, fraud and un- tional Cemetery experts of tho de- naval supremacy. terms as is consistent with safe banking. Secretary of the aknl.t.Jiy blows with a hammer. truthful testimony with tho object of partment nre busily engaged trying O news that Jenkins was being defeating California and Nevada laws to stretch out a meager appropria- Navy Daniels, though supposed to bo n man of peace, has said all along Your Facilities wrraXfonad by officials In the County to de- tion to cover tho building of a small ' "SJr-rfi-" .of flco on the boy's statement on marriage and divorce and Nevada plant, the principal features of which that wo must have "incomparably the ceive tho District Judge in Come in and talk with any official of the bank. attiaa Jie was .the kidnapper, a crowd beforo whom the case was are to bo a large retort, n cleanser biggest navy In tho world." Ho heard. congress only a few days ago JSucraoajn Court louse Square until and a largo gas container. Into this warned We will give you the advantage of our experience if A 7000-wor- d complaint was filed Hit. areafthod proportions of a mob. It plnnt, when completed, provided tho that we must go ahead and havo a you want it. today by tho Attorney General of AfcaCtgrl ii leader and no effort was appropriation holds out, experts will huge fleet in tho Pacific In order to Nevada. Ho asks that her decree of vbmJc txi storm the Court House, but divorce granted March 2, 1920, in dump straw, cotton stalks, corn stalks combat Japan's growing ambitions there. Sfiouala stationed themselves at both Mlnden, Nev., be set aside. The suit and oven dried leaves. Then will enShortly after tho news of the ro and rear entrances to seo that was Hied this afternoon in the same sue a process known to the initiated Ohio County's Oldest Financial as "destructive distillation," and launching of our record breaking Jtbir augro was not removed. court in which Mrs. Moore was given gradually the reservoir, or container Maryland battleship, with her arma.Vroof Xot Strong. Institution. a decree. guns, the news ment of eight The complaint alleges that Mary will be filled with a gas, resembling came from Japan that that country "SSinti fff .Farrls addressed the crowd x.vct S o'clock, declaring that proof Plckford's testimony was false, un- water gas. With this gas it would be possible had Just laid tho keel of a still bigger misJjast the .negro was not strong and true and fabricated from beginning motor-drive- n trolley cars, au dreadnaught, 700 feet long, of 40,000 that no hasty action bo to end, with exception of testimony to run tomobiles and stationary engines. tons displacement and mounting 10 as to her marriage to Owen Moore. guns. So you seo wo must jtr.the meantime, County and City Tho cause of the action against Moore Given such equipment the farmer plan still bigger ships. could run his farm machinery, fill jH5sc3al9 "closeted with tho negro In Is declared to be fabricated. Moore Is baTJrmrt-HoDse- , realized that a ruse charged with conspiring and collud his water tanks and light his house ttuwrt She .tmjdoyed to get the negro ing with his wife to confer Jurisdic- and barn. According to H. E. Itoethe, FOR FLETCHER'S ta'jfsr. They telephoned for an auto-oaH- tion on the Nevada court by com- of the Bureau of Chemistry, there is be sent to a certain point ing to Mlnden for the sole purpose of no doubt that gas of these qualities 4nwxr 4he trear of the Court House. accepting service of the papers In the can ho made from tho materials named. THE BATTLESHIP PROULEM We know we cannot GET unless we GIVE. Efc:mj attorney Henry Jenkins then divorce case. Economy Is Question. Pick-for- d Douglas Tairbanks and Mary wraa aaiit tout to address the crowd We wonder if you know how well we really Tho question to be solved is whethCan tho battleship survive the deare charged with conspiring to 2riaHlatract their attention from the try to serve you. velopment of modern methods of atdefeat the Intent of the California er the gas can be made for these flswr)f Ihe building. Take your tires for instance : enough to make It tack? Experts differ on the subject, JaJJiti County Attorney waiked out law which requires that one year We sell you the best tires we know of 4Du.Xmnt door was barrel and lights shall elapse beforo either party to a practicable, and whether the neces- but England takes tho affirmntlve sary container for the gas can be view and shows her faith by launch'nrarettnrnod out. He unjed tho crowd divorce suit is free to wed again. The marriage in Los Angeles sub- made compact enough to bo carriod ing the Hood, $30,000,000 fortress tfio law take its coum, leclar-feS- ;: wvldence against tho negro was sequent to the decree being granted, around on automobiles and trolley of tho sea. Those who believe that which Is characterized as "pretend- cars and thus extend its use to ordi- the gigantic vessels of war will be SCta indirect character Then wo show you, by advice and made obsolete by the increasing efed," Is cited as a circumstance In nary transportation needs. Alnsh Into Buin'ti! actual assistance, Just how to tako "So far as making tho gas Is con- fectiveness of the alrplano and the Tien Sheriff Farrls and Ohiof of support of the allegation that there cerned," said Mr. Roethe this after- submniiae may find some difficulty care of your tiros, so they will yield t3$e Thurmond and two other offi-sd- was an agreement to wed on the part noon to ou the last mile built Into thorn "the problem already has been In meeting tho arguments and refut-lu- g "1th the negro in the center, of Mary Plckford and Fairbanks long solved at the University of SaskatchWe GIVE you this valuable and Exthe assertions of Archibald Hurd JBfiaalnLily walked out tho rear before going to Mlnden, March 15. port Sorvlco because wo know It Mill Prank P. Langan, the Judge who ewan, Canada, where I worked for In the Fortnightly Review. tfjttucc Members of the mob at the GET us both the most satisfaction In some time. There we made gas from "Not a single British warship was ajiasr wutrance were completely- - out- - heard the case and granted the de straw, and rigged up a large bag tho end. as destroyed, either by airship or airdisqualified from hearcree, will be a container, with a capacity for about plane, In the course of the long war," syvhin the County Attorney com- - ing the State's suit to set aside the Havo you seen our remarkablo lino by the State. He will be ask- -' 1,000 cubic feet of the gas. This bag Mr. Hurd recalls and ho adds that In jpJazJ "Jails appeal, the fron: door was decree of Goodyear Clincher Tires slze.i wo attached to the roof of an auto- the four and a half years of strife no jno&M&ixl and the mob made a mad ed to give testimony to show that 30x3, 30x3A. 31x1? mobile and ran the gas directly Into battleship, battle Kpa Into the building, searching Mary Plckford endeavored to deceive tho carburetor, which was of the or- of tho grand fleet cruiser or cruiser ' was destroyed as Tho nrlco and quality will suit you. IV 4rwscr rnom and vault. While the tho court by posing under an assum- dinary type used on automobiles. The the result of a submarine attack. The AlnMar acceded to requests to unlock ed personality. Mrs. Moore was Introduced to the engine of the automobile was of the submarines were perilous mainly to itjyft doors, two or three doors were the unarmed merchant vessels, and Judge In the courtroom a few minutes standard type. iupatlent down by more "With this fuel we ran the" auto- at tho close of the war had been prac beforo she took the witness stand as ureirnhms. mobile around the neighboring coun- tically driven from tho seas. .22e ino"b then demanded that tho "Miss Gladys Smith." Hartford, Ky. try without the slightest difficulty. However, Mr. Hurd does not give a committee of Hjpil bo searched and It works on' tho same combustion the heavier types of ships much credi s&c too- .soven was taken through by MIXERS GET 24 CENTS principle as gasoline, though in He attributes it for their immunity. JSia Jailer. TON INCREASE IN PAY the carburetor it Is necessary this principally to the speedy and Xfa wnmmlttee then nnnoiu:ced to shut off all the air. This Is due intrepid destroyers which drew an aSawRArh "vras not there. W!:hin ten Baltimore, April 17 Mine workers to the fact that the gas as manur SKiten minutes tho crowd dls- - and operators today agreed on a factured contains all the oxygen it impenetrable wall about tho heavier The Peak of Tube Perfection Goodyear Ileuty Tourist. more wage scale at their conference here needs for combustion, and the admis- vossels. The Hood,.however,-iscared. ' dtfaf of Police Thurmond, who re- - The new scalp, which represents vir sion of any air1 would simply weaken capable of It is equipped with I&ubmQ aiiler midnight, was silent as tually a 45 per cent Increase over the horsepower produced. guns and is fast enough to run away fc whore the negro had been taken. 'pick" and "machine" mining of bit"Whother tho proposition Is feasi- from any submarine devised to date. JlnU-W-It Is Arretted. uminous coal In thin and thick scams ble from a commercial standpoint, noinic situation of Germany. "W'y knots, ' It has a speed of thirty-on- e boy, and for wide and narrow rock. It TCiflth Phillips, a half-witthowever, is a feature of the problem which is about twice that of the un GERMANY PAYS will havo to live on crusts and wear fcratehl declared that he was with a means miners will get a flat ' rags for decades under tho Versailthat we have Just begun to attack. boats on the surface and four mmv who seized the boy last lnght. increase a ton over the present rates The outlook Is promising. Of course, dersea as PART OF DEBT les treaty, and thoroln lios tho dantimes fast as the subs under water. ttMltarab unable to identify Jenkins if we solve this end of it, uses for the Moreover, ger of n popular explosion In GeIs equipped It with STATES GET CONTROL OP man. gas nro practically limitless. Once "blisters" at and under tho watorllue rmanya danger which Is but llttlo MILITIAMEN OVER U. S. spot I fie lad. the police tonight to a a plant for its manufacture Is set up to absorb torpedo cxplosipns. The appreciated outsldo of our own counhmJl mile from the TrlnMs homo and the plant itself Is a simple one vossel's decks are provided with spe- Nation Will Live On Crusts try." wtaK ji jar and basket, which had Washington, April 17 Amendall that remains Is gathering of the cial . armor to resist descending Others speak with bitterness of tlu If Held To Obligations, 4MKaM)X)jd tho milk and eggs which ments were adopted by the Senate tos, straw, leaves or other charges. Entente's demand for tho delivery of day to the National Guard provisions concealed. ,ftM 9bny carried, were Noske Says. litter of the soit." the remaining German mercantile Tho battleship problem Is of disof the army reorganization bill placJPMBDBjw is In jail. It was pqinted out at the Bureau tinct Interest In this country now, for ships of from 100 to 1,600 tons. ing tho guard directly under orders Tka Trimble lad this morning that tho difference between the De- Amorlca is engaged in carrying out a ft was the white man who of State Governors and subject partment's proposition and the Fori' battleship construction programmo of By Karl H. Von Wlegand secondarily to Federal duty. After he had recovered stMMck him. LI.VCOLX'S ADVICE. Idea Is that the latter, Instead of pro- unparalleled dimensions. If world m Berlin, April 17 Germany alrearnmfinrrnr-- i from the operation to Abraham Lincoln gavo some prott&j. ducing gas from straw, undertakes to peace is to remain an unattainable aafcrHfc ho declared it was the negro. Tho solar day Is about four min make fuel alcohol, a problem to ideal It is consoling to believe that dy has paid twenty billion In gold good advice whou ho said: "Teach JUoy Accuses .Jenkins-- . utes longer than tho regular twenty which tho Bureau of Standards ad- the great vessels being built will marks of tho reparations Installment economy. That it Is ono of the first TBie 'boy, who disappeared at 7 four-hoand highest vlrtures. It begins with day. dressed itself with considerable suc- represent something moro than obso- due on May 1. This statement was mado to mo to- tho saving of money." It would bo feK& last night and staggered into cess several years ago, under tho en- lescent Junk. Lquisvllle Times. day by ono of tho loading German interesting to know Just how many M feiue at C o'clock this morning, couragement of former Secretary of fcftlMftl-euvcrbankers. paronts in this country have wakeitrjjfc- and Commerco William C. Redfleld. "Tho first obligation was met," ho up io mo fact that tho teachers In rfciiftwn.fl "before ho was placed on the "Our main difilculty at present," said, "and gives hopo that Germany our schools havo organized their pu4tyamuJng table that Jenkins was one said Mr. Roethe," Is as to whether tho will bo ablo to meet her other obli- pils Into Thrift Clubs and aro giving i)m two men who ulidiiotfi'l him. small appropriation which Congress "ES boy's mother, Mrs. .Marcus, I ask the patronago of tho citi- gations, provided tho 'allies, especial- them systematic Instruction in Thrift was willing to grant us, will be sufly France, become reasonable and do and Saving. "ZExtaMe, wife of a stationary If you aro a parent, let ficient to euablo us to complete our zens of Hartford and tho traveling with tho toad an argumont public in general for tho following not drlvo our country Into tho arms your child's teacher know you appreexperiments." samgwo. who Is a delivery boy for a of Bolshevism." ciate this training being 'given for reasons: yesterday afternoon. Dur-.Msuccess and prosperity. During the past 3 years I havo And don't Debt Causes Stir. if. yJJi J I Vhu argument, it Is said, Air Tho announcement by Minister of foret Jt 'a a duty of every parent to tried to sorve you well and havo FOR FLETCHER'S ''KktaoMo appeared and told tho negro mado regular trips between Hartford Finance Wlrth that Gormany's total sct n,s cni'l a wise oxamplo. When It uiuuld kill him if he over dls-- . and Boavor Dam, rain or shine, sum- Indebtedness now amounts to 197,.',lul vou u"y your last War Savings You can't help BMXHt Tils wife's word again. mer and winter, good roads and bad. 000,000,000 jnarkB (normally ?4i(- - stQnP? taking a greater .ftuilfine, when arreatad this morn--ArTHE UNITED STATES Others havo not mado regular 250,000,000) caused a stir In duclured ho was at a picture BIGGEST BATTLESHH trips and only servo you in good wea- - ness circles. pride in your i iww nt tho time of tho boy's home when it's spick and span At tho banks, however, it was Tho Maryland, claimed to be the :. i charged you only COc and war pointed out that France's aggregate in a brand-ne- w coat of 'iT greatest war craft In tho world, was I tax, through the winter just tho samo debt Is given at 400,000,000,000 Trlmblo boy was In a serious recontly launched at Newport News, as in summer. 4maiUlun at tho hospital hero tonight francs (normally $80,000,000,000.) 4Mtat tit)ihlnlng of his skull, Ho Va. Tho length of tho vessel is 600 FIVE MILLION PEOPLE Others aro charging 7Cc. Tho new wago domands of tho GorWHITE-LEA- D k last night at 7 o'clock while feet, and the width at tho water line I have never failed to give Hart- man railway men and employes of USED IT LAST YEAR 98 feet. It has two funnels, two cage ford a good word or do its citizens a tho posts, telegraphs and other sermtm"hs wiiy homo from a neighbor's and pure linseed oil. ftULL'S 0 masts, a normal displacement of good deed whenever tho opportunity vices aro expected to total another rath 4gge tiud butter. This paint costs less, figured by JLvsi as a posse, which had searched tlie gallon, square yard, or years of tons and a speed of 21 knots. presented Itself. IC.000,000,000 marks. CASGARAr QUININE service. As it is mixed to order, you Ku-lilall night, disbanded this h guns My cars leavo Hartford at tho folBankers' declare that in tho circumTho ship will carry eight can have the exact color you want. 3K4)runt;, tho lad entered his homo. lowing hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. m.; stances tho roluctance of Amorlca to mounted on a vessel. maWe use only 4BV'srus hardly able to talk, but told Tho Maryland Is electrically driven 12:30 p. m.; 2 p. in.; and 7 p. m. sink moro money Into Europe is fiHOMlDfc terials and our prices are right. JiIrJi0W a white man am', a nagro had by four propellers, tho powor for Hartford headquarters at Caseblor & but without old from Standard cold remedy for ZO year A May vie estimate on your work? liajgfckHJ and 'tarried him to a cornfield, in laoici lorm sale, lure, n which is furnished by turbines ap- Taylor's Restaurant. tho United Stntos thoy seo no way opuicj orcaici up a coiu in V4 tkt turdC4 and you $av4 att; jJMWua htm they wore rounding up 20,000 proximating horsepower. v I sincerely thank you for tho many out, they declare noun reuevea grip in j Itf far tAtf hutac, U. Alone back Ii it fails, ine "Wo aro beggars, but our people do favors of tho past and cordially InSteam Is furnished by eight iV'llttltf hoys. He was then struck "" II Bi genuine box nai J. C. CASEBIER Wfiieihoad with a hammer. Whou boilers. Tho Maryland is tho 4th vite your patronage for the' future. not roallzo It yet," remarked Gustuv ifK n ; uv. wit Bk .toppicture. li Mr. early this olectrlcally propertied battleship of the 40tf , Nosko to mo In discussing tho eco- Hmtfoid, Ky. J. E. CURTIS. Jlw liJb'alned cousclousnoss ,,, At Alt Drvt Slor mm SEEKING LIFE morning ho was in a barn several hundred yards away. CHEMISTS MAKE i IF NEGRO IS FOILED United States. It is a sister ship of tho Callfomln which 1? being put Into commission nt tho Mnro Island navy yard, San Francisco. Tho Maryland's keel was laid Apr M, 1917, 18 days after tho United States had declared war on Gormnny. Moro than 12,000 people witnessed tho launching, Including Secretary of the Navy Daniels, and Gov. Ritchie, of Mnrylnnd. The sponsor was Mrs. E. B. Leo, wife of tho comptroller of Maryland. Many high of floors of the navy and army wore present A naval yacht carrying n donation of Maryland conj:ro83meu fa'!ol to arrive in time for the launch'ng. I. ran frc'iurd on n sand hank in the dark '.u I was delayed over three The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things Our Are at Disposal BANK OF HARTFORD lC-ln- ttflt-Kile- lC-in- Children Cry io CASTO R'A Our Business Welfare Depends on You .'. GOODYEAR'Sof course. II mil - Mi m IIInwc ACTON BROS. I Qm s , self-defen- anti-aircra- ft I - ed " 24-ce- nt corn-stalk- -- de-B- ur ed s, Transfer Service s I flio-.MKr- a. 8gwr. m Greater Pride in YburHome Children Cry CASTOPfA x. -"'-1 o. AsK DUTCH BOY for HILL'S JW f 32,-00- lC-lnc- high-gra- uKiu-Ua- 11 n" k v r w 5 p & M ? Ilouso committeo says that if penquest is granted ho will bo able to sion legislation now beforo Congress U. S. TO CEASE mako some headway to that end. is finally approved, thero must bo a Tho status of tho camp, so far as ! MUSTER OUT BY 1945 further appropriation of about BUYING BONOS Washington Js concerned, has not These pending bills prochanged, the Governor said, but ho pose anothor Incrcnso to pensioners in feels now, by reason of investigations of the Civil War, tho Phillpplno In pursued by him while in Washington, Soldiers Of 61-6- 5 To Hear surrectlon and tho China Belief Ex Treasury Loans For Pur- that ho has something tangible on pedition. Last Bugle Call In which to work. chases Tighten Credits m Refuse any cough mixture contnfhfnrr Although thero has been a net loss War Department officials and Few Years Causing Slump if Opium, Morphine, Chloroform, Codeine of moro than 22,000 porsons since members of the War College interoc g other dangerous, the lost pension bill, tho reduction viewed by the Governor told him thnt drugs. They "dope" the system and frenucntlv tn m-In tho current bill as compared with tho Senate Committee was tho real ? BY MARVIN --MURPHY. Washington, April 17 Govern stumbling block in tho way of a harm. They are not good for anybody, antl that for tho last fiscal year, is only (In Courier-Journanbout $1,000,000. Failure of tho re- ment purchase of Liborty bonds in tho army camp hero, but as yet pos"veiy dangerous for babies and children; Washington, April 177. Somc-wher- o duction to keep paco with tho number open market, except through opera- tho Governor has not been, able ,Vse GPFF'S, the cough syrup made wholty S7 -in the United States there is of deaths of tho .veterans and their tion of tho sinking fund, will stop "armless herbs; known and used for 48 tho reasons back of the opa veteran of the Civil War who rj! children-- . widows is duo to steady incrcaso in July 1, Secretnry Houston announced position. He hopes to get at tho real give3 rnrircV jcars; saic ana sure lor babies andsevere andItslight tonight. A "beneficial effect" on tho facts, however, if granted a Senato though of courso he does not sus- tho amounts allowed. jnorapi rcnei irom coughs,, colds, hoarseness, sore throat-,- . pect tho fnct Is destined to he tho "Undo Joe" Cannon shows how bond market was expected to result, Gommlttee hearing. Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and Croup. last survivor of tho 2,000,000 men the Civil Wnr veterans are passing ho said. Other officials said tho marm Keep a bottle in the house, all the tiraft ket in Government securities had al- HO WAT B 'SBWJTtJOIrJCO jCljfi who wore In tho Union Army. over In his report: TO INSTRUCT MIXERS This man, when ho dies, will bo "Tho nmount recommended for ready begun to right itself, and that TO RETURN TO WORK IKJSmiIB fVMrnm more than 105 years old. It Is not 1921, $214,000,000 Is believed by tho bond quotations hereafter might bo 'J The Original No-Doat all Impossible that ho may bo committeo and tho Commissioner of expected to trend upward. Pittsburg, Kan., April 17 Judge Mr. Houston explained that in connearer 110. pensions to bo sufficient to pay all 7 7?Z if.li1"- H tinuing purchase or bonds under the Andrew J. Curran today ordered AlTho Government here In Wash- pensions under existing laws. From Your Grocer or Draggitt exander Howatt and ington has tho matter all carefully "The number of pensions upon 5 per cent bond purchase fund, the of the Kansas Miners' other officials at 30c. and 60c a Bottle: Union to orfigured out, bo that It knows al- the rolls on Juno 30, 1919, was 624,-42- 7, Government was Increasing Its float .fc?PFF'SJ. Onrntee(I to help ymramj Every dealer is authorlnd to return der back to work tho 11,000 miners most with certainty Just about how your money without queition if iou.iay.U.dit.' which was a net decreaso dur- ing debt while decreasing Its funded who have been idle for a week. not help you. many Civil War veterans will be ing tho year from July 1, 1918, of debt. Wboleitle Factory Afeney for TEic T&ritittjp Jlo said current requirements of The action was taken on motion of alive in each coming year, up to 22,468. tho Government wero such that, if R. J. Hopkins, Attorney General of tho time when tho last of them will Parsons & Scoville. Co., Losses to the roll by remarriages, for answer tho flnnl buglo and bo mus minors attaining tho ago of 16, and purchase of bonds wero to continue. Kansas, of' permission to amend the Evamville, Ind. petition the State for a permanent tered out. other causes, aggregated 1,597, so tho treasury would have to Issue more injunction against a COFFS COUCH SYRUP-M- aJ. by S, B. Coff & Son. Co. Camdm. A;Jfc; strike. with Tho reckoning is based malnlly that the gross loss during tho period certificates of Indebtedness Tho Judge ordered tho union ofupon data furnished by twenty-od- d was 50,752. This loss was partly which to buy them. ficials to act on his Instructions or Stabilizing Market, Lmv's Aim life Insurance companies and, dqal-In- g offset by tho addition of 28,284 pershow cause for not doing so in court as It does with such great num- sons through original allowances and 5 per cent bond purchasing The case beforo tho board as thensneiraf April 27. STRIKING RAIL MEN bers of individuals, serious error In restorations and renewals, so that arrangement was planned by Conrepresented would not return ttcotwcaai Bonds for Howatt and other min averages virtually Is eliminated. the net loss to tho rolls was 22,468. gress to expire automatically one until the board had agreed toan&. ers' union officials held In the Jails in Necessarily tho figures aro only apREFUSED REARING "However it should bo said that year after the termination of war, Ottawa and Iola, were approved by proximate, but they may bo accepted If pending legislation affecting pen- but tho Secretary of the Treasury DU PONT IS ASKED Judge Curran and A. B. Keller, as nearly exact. sions is enacted a very largo addi- was empowered to decide when it S7 TO KUN IIOTJESJOEEKES: County Attorney, notified sheriffs tion must bo in n do to appropriations had served the purpose of stabilizing All Will lie Gone By 1015 to release tho men and give them Labor Board Turns Deaf Ear Attempts to interest T. CoVacBsci'&cr Twenty years from now, in 1940, proposed In this bill. Tho Ilouso tho bond market the underlying ransportatlon to Pittsburg. has passed a bill to 'roviso and equa- reason for Its original enactment Into Pont and associates of New Ycffcia thero will be nbout m To Those Making Civil War a hotel project for Loulsvllte wJXaa-o-madveterans surviving. All of them, of lize rates of pensions to certain sol- law. per"Hi!" yelled the '"ft. Trouble Mr. Houston's decision, however, bv the Market street 2ie!siJir;te&-AssT,.'iilrcourse, will be very old tho young- diers, sailors and marines of tho Civil chasing his hat down War; to certain widows former wid- was based largely on the fact that son at the man it was deciioJ est of them well on in the nineties the street. "Why don't you nail it per cent sinking fund committeo of the as3acifttfcxcL:ra.& and having reached tho oxtremo limit ows dependent parent and children July 1 the 2 on?" terday. of life, they will die off rapidly. All of such soldiers, sailors and marines, provided in the Victory loan act be"That's what I'd do," remarked th3 Washington, April 19 The Railand to certain army nurses, nnd comes operative. Richard M. Bean, vice presfdtenawCT He said it was not of them will bo gone by 1SM5, but tho hatless, "If my head was made of the road Labor Board announced today last old soldier may linger almost granting pensions nnd Incrcnso of his intention to treat the two funds samo material yours Is." Capper'3 that it would not consider complaints Louisville National Bankine; tSExcr-pan- y, pensions in cortain cases.' It Is es- as cumulative, but to end one with will write Mr. da- Bonfct toCaar until then. from striking railroad men. concerning1 the situation- - IT fiir, sro-p- ly timated during tho first year of its tho beginning of the other. The ap Weekly. With advancing ago tho death rate The board's statement said it would Is favorable, Mr. Beanr ainSK.;Zc. of the old soldiers is Increasing, and operations this act would require an proximate amount, set aside by the not "receive, entertain or consider" Hauger, president of. tho E.additional sum of $65,000,000. Treasury for uso In the period be- LETTER TO TROTZKY may bo expected further to increase any application or complaint from street Merchants' AosociatianieiELisy "The Houso also has Just passed tween now and July 1 will be taken with tho progress of the years. FOUND ON DE MOTT any parties who were not complying to New York Tor a conference; Thus, five years from now thero an act to pension soldiers of tho over by tho War Finance Corporation with the transportation act or who War with Spain, tho Phillpplno In- which will make all purchases of Action of thq, association- - faffinewie will bo only 110,073, the Governsurrection and tho China Relief Ex- bonds for which funds are availabk U. S. Investigation Proves Young were not adopting every means to receipt in L'ouisville of news aCn&tp ment estimates. In 1930, according avoid interruption of the operation of that the du Pont interests d&&hc'& American Shot in Germany Was to the reckoning, 37,032 veterans pedition. It is estimated this would until the expiration date. . the railroads growing out of any dis make a largo investment in a &n&. require an additional sum of 12,- - Hereafter such purchases as the Connected With Itctls of the Civil War still will be living putes. 500,000." Treasury may make for the bond purIt is proposed by Market Street ntur-chan- ts Plvo years later they will number Immediately after the statement Representative Cannon figures chase fund will be "occasional and to erect a $3,000,000 Retail acej only C.20C; and, as already said, in "Washington, April 17 A complete was made public spokesmen from 1940 thero will be but 340 survivors. thnt tho average annual payment to not habitual," Mr. Houston said. report to the State Department to- striking railroad men in New York, one of the Fourth, street coxxrss Courier-Journa- l. Slump Laid To Forced Sales. Though tho Civil War ended flfty-flv- o pensioners is $345.39. day by MaJ. Reginald Foster, mili- New Jersey, New England and the Of tho States, Ohio harbored tho years ago, the Federal Pension Tho low levels to which bonds have tary attache of the American com- Middle West were received by the Bill, which has Just passed the Ilouso largest number of ponsloners at the fallen were attributed by Mr'. Hous- missioner at Berlin, reveals that Paul board. They were accompanied by close of tho last flscaf'yoar. There ton to forced liquidation by heavy R.'De,'Mbtf, of Paterson, N. J., who and is now pending in the Senate, Representatives Eg'an and McGlen- carries $214,000,000 and demon wero 00,902 in Ohio, 59,072 in Penn- bond purchasers large Industrial was shot while attempting to escape non, of New Jersey. sylvania, 43,976 in Illinois, 53,736 strates once more that the burdens of and other corporations who have from prison at Mulhelm, Germany, Request for an immediate hearing in New York, 30,660 in Missouri and been under pressure to find war do not end with tho war generafunds to had in his possession papers which by the representatives of the striu 37,647 in Indiana. tion. connected him direcyy with the Reds ers was denied. Chairman Barton finance their current expenditure Scattered In Southern States are Ho added that this had come when i: of While no one may begrudge tho the Ruhr district and the Lonlne said that under the rules adopted nmount paid to the survivors of tho many thousands of Federal pension- had been necessary for measures to government of Russia. by the board written complaint Civil War, or the allowances to the ers who aro now living amidst their be invoked which would control Sewed in the young man's shirt was must first be filed with the secretafoes of the sixties. Tho figures show credit and make bank loans both dif- a widows and orphans, for whom Linletter addressed to Trotzky and an- ry showing by express statement and Alabama, 2,156; Florida, 3.S53; ficult and expensive. coln urged a nation's caro nnd other notorious Bolshevist. This facts set out that the dispute was No announcement the annual pension bill Georgia, 2,192; Louisiana, $3,583; was made re- fact was verified by both the Ameri- one which the board was authorizone of the major appro- Mississippi, 2,562; South Carolina, garding the amount of bonds retired can and tho German Investigation. ed to consider. 'has become Texas, 5,905; Virginia, 4,220. through the 5 per cent purchase Major Fpster's report and tho result priation measures of the Federal GovCardui, the woman's? A total of 125 pensioners aro livThe 'board's statement follows: bave ernment. funds. All bonds bought were ob- of the German investigation tonic, helped Airs. Wiling in the insular possessions of the "It Is decided and ordered by the Tho veterans die, many of them tained by tho Treasury at a discount been forwarded to tho Berlin auliam Eversole, of' Haz& each year, but the incrennyd pensions United States and In foreign countries ranging from 2 to 7 per cent, thus thorities, who will report to Secreta board as one of the rules governing Palch, Ky. Read- - wiafc allowed thoso who still live on part- there are 3,747, whose pension checks saving the Government both the in- ry of State Colby for final' action by its procedure that as the law under she writes: "V had.o which this board was created and orbreaking-dovsly because of a country's gratittulo aro mailed to them. terest for the life of the bond as well this government. general ganized makes it the duty of both as tho difference between their par of my health. I'was.k e and partly because of the high cost carriers and their employes and subhold up tho total aluo and the market quotation. ueu ior weeKs, unaoiarav of llMng 21 GEHMAX AVAR 11RIDKS having difficulties "1 believe the time has come," Mr Still Paying for Wuv of IS 12 ARRIVE OX TRAXSPORT ordinate officials jjci up. i iiju autiuau it . disputes to have and hold conand weakness and dizzinaar Houston said, "when the disappear"Uncle Joe" Cannon, meuber of ferences between representatives of . . . and the pains, were? ance of the Government from the tho Appropriations Committee of the New York, April 17. Twenty-on- e very severe. A frieS except as an occasional pur- German war brides of American sol- tho differont parties and intrests, to House, submitted the folloHing data market, told me I had tried every-thin- g chaser, will have a beneficial effect diers and 1,149 Polish troops, the consider and if possible to decide such in explanation of tho current bill: Your-Sel- f. else, why no Elghty-on- o widows of fichters who Not Sick, But Still Not on the market for bonds and notes, first contingent of American citizens disputes in conference, and where such Cardui?... 1 did;. an& Think You'll Be Bet- both by reducing the Treasury's cur- of Polish descent who enlisted and such dispute is not decided inboard fought moro than a century ago ia tho ' soon saw it was heJpisjg rent borrowings on Treasury certifi fought in the Polish army during the conference to refer it to this War of 1812 were on psnslon rolls ter Tomorrow Only to hear and decide, and it is further me . . . After 12 bottl&s. cates of indebtedness and stimulat World War, arrived hero tonight on , on Juno 30, 1919. I am strong and wclLi" You're Not Antlg-ming the interest of investment bank- - the army trai..-po-rt tho close of the last fiscal year from contemplated and provided by the law At that pending such conference referors and tho public In the market for Danzig and Antwerp. Tho vessel altho Civil War pensioners numbered Liberty and Victory securities. This so brought back 1,047 United States ence to and hearing by this board it CC8.343. TAKE PEPTO-MANGA- N penoffers a unique opportunity to in- troops and officers and a largo cargo shall be the duty of all carriers their Thero woro still living 2.95C officers, employes and agents to exaccredited to the war with It iMi't. Sleep You Xccd, Hut a Good vestors, largo and small, the quota- of army stores. sioners ert every reasonable effort and adopt tions for Jho bonds being extremely Mexico. Tonic; Moro Red Blood every available means to avoid any ' attractive to Investing institutions an The Indian wars aro responsible There were only four automobiles Interruption to the operation of any more well as private investors." for the presence on the rolls of in tho United States in 1B96. Everyone gets run down occasioncarrier growing out of any such disthan 5,000 pensioners. ally. Sometimes It's weeks before putes; therefore this board will not pensioners Thore wero 10,391 you get your enorgy, enthusiasm and receive, entertain or consider any ap WBW" CflHj w PAPERS LOST in Kentucky. They wero paid happiness back again. plication from or by any party, par$5,835,523.85 In 1919. representatives Any doctor will tell you to be careWoman's. For Infants and Children Since 1790 tho United States GovBound Volume, complete ties or their with or whowho havo not complied are not ful In a tlmo like this, Your body $6,500,-000,00- 0 ernment has paid more than In Use Over Years issue of year 1917, Republi- complying with the provisions of the Do you feel weak", dft-zy- , Of this sum, has little power of resistance, and tho In pensions. some serious Always bears law or who are not exerting every went to danger of catching worn-ou- t? Is your, approximately $5,300,000,00 can. We imagine some one reasonable the disease is great. Temporarily, your Signature of effort and adopting every pensioners of tho Civil War. lack of good health caused; borrowed the file for some available means to avoid any interblood has too few "fighting corpusNow Law For World War Vets. from any of the cosr-plaint- s purpose and forgot to return ruption to the operation of any carinteresting statement of the cles. An. so commosi ten any dispute beIt's the work of tbeso same red GOVERNMENT PENSIONS FOR rier pension apportionment among vetvolume is worth- tweengrowing out of employes." corpuscles to keep you free from fawomen? Then why eet MOTHERS PROVIDED IN BILL same. The the carrier and erans of various wars in which tho less to anyone excepting to Representative Eagan asked the tigue. Being constantly tired out give Cardui a trial? It: United Statea engaged is supplied by dopressed Washington, April 17 Govern- this office, but extremely im- board to hear Edward McHugh of in body nnd mind Is alshould sutely do for-otCannon. In round figures ho Mr. blood New York, representing the strikers reports that from 1790 to 1919 inclu- most a sure sign that your Pepto-Mang- ment pensions for mothers unable to portant to us. what It MB done fora We would in the metropolitan district, so ho needs help for a tlmo. Gude's support themselves and 'children sive, tho Fodpral pension payments many thousands of other is a standard remedy in cases without employment, wero proposed very much appreciate the re- might take back to them sorne word have been as follows: women who suffered It in a bill Introduced by Representative of anemia (or bloodlessness.) that the of tho Revolution, $70,000,-000War turn of the missing papers. quickly. board would take action belp you backtcv $46,000,000; In-- , supplies tho iron nnd other properties Rhodes, Republican, Missouri. For War of 1812, your blood needs to catch up with its one child, under 16 years old, a moth health. W. N. Doak, vice president of the dlan wars, $16,700,000; Civil War, ESTRAY task of keeping you fresh and alert er would rocelve ?1G a month, with Spanish-America- n Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen Ask- some lady friend $5,299,000,000; every fibre. $8 a month for each additional child. protested. Mr. McHugh told the and Philippine Insurrection, In War who has taken Cardui. n has tho hearty enA small Cow, black with board that he had sent by registered $G5, 211,000; regular establlshmonj. She will tell you how Ih dorsement of physicians, Is an agree- MORROW FIGHTS TO white spots, white teats and udder, mail to the chairman of tho board a $50,000,000; War of 1917, $37,275 helped her. Try Cardui. may be had at KEEP CAMP TAYLOR keen horns, Lett homo Thursday, week ago a copy of their complaint. (this small amount being to pension- able tonie to take and April 8. Anyone knowing of such a war any drug store in either liquid pr The board then wont Into executive ers entitled to such before the samo mediGovernor Morrow, who returned to Cow pleaBO notify mo. Will pay you session. Insurance, act becamo effective in Oc- tablet form. Both havo All Frankfort yesterday from tho East, for your trouble. Declaring there wero 8,000 men tober, 1917); unclassified, $16,508,- cinal value.to Be sure ask for Gudp's. Thero has requested a hearing beforo the HERMAN STEWART, out in New York who wero waiting KW 000. Is only ono genuine P. O. Address, Beaver Dam, R. 2. word from him that tho board would Senato Committee regarding retention Induction Duo to Heaths Sllftlit on of Camp Taylor as a permanent arLive at Taylor Mines. Phono Taylor grant substantial increasos. McHugh In, addition to the $214,000,000 and the name "Gude's" should be package. Advertisement, my camp, and feels that if bis re- - Mine's Hotel. said be would try again to get the carried in tho curront bill, tho the UNION VETERNS TO $77,-000,0- Beware "Doped w Cough Syrup! habit-formin-. l nt l) PgKrir A 4LSLoi Get GOFFS pe COUGH SYRUP' e loud-mouth- bjr-s-ci- - EQ-fcr- Helps SICK 5; Women ot TIRED, BODY AND SOUL? : CASTO For R rA m The - TAKE Toms: 30 fe&ti an ; Pepto-Manga- Druggists Pepto-Manga- n, ,Thc Hartford Republican Published "Weekly ly HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIXSTiUY, Editor mill Business Mnnngcr. Entered nccordlng to law at the rostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall matter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to m B subscribers XOTICE Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give the old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Several days ago a small boy of of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head lino and lslgnautre, money Danville was brutally attacked and In advance. almost killed .The father of the Church Notices for services free, lad, claimed to have had per lc but other advertisements, an altercation with a negro by the will name of Luclen Jenkins, on the date Anonymous communications jcccive no attention. of, or the day before the lad was assaulted. So it was easy enough to TELEPHONES have suspicion pofnt toward the ne59 Farmers Mutual gro, who was subsequently arrested. 123 Cumberland The attack was so brutal and fiendish, that tho populace of the vicinity AW.II1 23 was aroused to the bitterest pitch, FRIDAY,. although the helpless negro stoutly maintained his innocence In the face The City of Louisville has not yet of the most persistent grueling. An' annexed West Point, Ellzabethtown, other, n rather feeble minded, by the But given time or Shepherdsvllle. name of Keith Phillips, was held unmay do so. Jt der suspicion by some of the County and City officials, who nearly always Incident, following "The Gold-Pe- n tola a different story every time he the close of the war; the race ques- talked about the matter, and he tion to be tactfully dealt with; the claimed to have seen a negro beathill originated and passed by the ing the boy. An angry and ugly mob, ' Democrats, signed by Morrow and the who accepted the naked charge aa pen, given to a "Nigger," we frank- proof-positiof guilt, formed in ly confess our ignorance, we don't Danville for the express purpose of Jknow what it is all about. We are lynching the negro.' Owing to rare "told that it was done to coddle the presence of mind of some of the of"nigger" vote, if true, we presume ficials having charge of the apparthat from the same point of reason- ently doomed prisoner, by the merest ing the Democrats originated and chance, by the skin of their teeth so passed the measure as a coddling to speak, the mob was eluded and the project. All that we have seen upon negro was spirited out a rear door, the momentous question looks a bit past sentinels, with lights turned out, coddling to'us. and safely conveyed to Lexington, his life saved and Danville escaped ' Just why all the rest of us should the awful crime of having lynched undergo the burdens of taxation that an innocent and helpless man who hnsfi who have been so lucky as to was In the hands of the mighty law be appointed to an office and hold It of the land, only because h'j happen lor years and years, under civil ser- ed to be accused. The vice regulations, then when a certain old Phillips boy has made a age has been attained, retire on a life complete confession of committing penslon.ls something more than we, in the crime for which Jenkins came our shallow methods of thinking are near losing his life. Lessons such as able to fathom. No set of clerks and the above ought To make a't but Imworkers in any other line of employ- beciles and the most degenerate, exment In the United States work un- ceedingly slow in joining a mob to der better conditions or shorter hours take a .fellow man's life and proves adu:,'3 "Be than does the average civil service the truth of the age-ol- d employe of the Government. The sure you are right, then go ahead," worn'out coal digger, the farmer, the and If taking time to consider ns to hodcarrler, or even the newspaper what Is right, no sane man will ever man is as much entitled to retire on participate in an unlawful mob. That a pension as is a government em- Is where the "be sure you are right" ploye. Of all the unjust methods of wins out over all mobs and would absolutely giving away the peoples' make them unheard of. tax money, and a fair sample of rank class legislation, the pensioning of DUKEHURST. retired Government officials and employes, hits the spot about as center The river is rising rapidly at this as any we can think of. If you work point. for the Government why provide for A very heavy rain fell here Monday a rainy day? night and Tuesday. Mr. Andrew Payne was in Calhoun One of the best planks the com- a few days last week. ing Republican National Convention Miss Ernestine Ralph spent Suncan contain 4s, exact Justice to all, day with Miss Myrtle Carter. honestly caring for the interests of Mr. Leslie Combs, of Hartford, every patriotic child of the Republic, spent last Thursday here, with his whether he be upon the high seas, mother, Mrs. M. A. Combs. on the border of, within Mexico or Mr. W. F. Cornell returned to elsewhere, and scruplously minding Franklin Monday, after spending a our own business, ever letting our few days with his family, here. Mrs. Alonzo Bartlett, of Owens-borlist thought and labors be for the spent last week with relatives Tighteous interest of the Nation as a whole. The Nation is, or ought to in the Taffy "and Bell's Run combe, like unto an household, as one big munities. family, and whether It be a divine Mrs. Otis Helton returned to her Tuesday, after edict or not, it is most assuredly a home at Dundee, divine right and a course always pur- spending several days with relatives sued by the good of tho land, to first at Clear Run. Messrs. Ernest Morris, of Hartnnd best care for those who, by the ties of home, have claims upon them. ford and Albert Morris, of Livermore, We are against anything that would are here this week, at the bedside of ' change the order of proceedure for their father, who is quite ill. Mr. Bud Taylor, who works on the Nation as much as if it were a activities for the the railroad section, was seriously move to change our use and benefit of our own family hurt Tuesday morning when the car to that of your's or the neighborhood on which he was riding left the in general. The Great God of the tra,ck, somewhere between here and He "was taken to HartUniverse didn't Intend that I should Sunnydale. love and serve your offspring as I do ford for treatment and later sent Shelmy own, that I' should go to the re- to Madlsonvllle to a hospital. lief of your brother first when mine by Lee and Marvin Murphy were also was equally in need. It this senti- slightly injured. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen entertained ment be a condemning sin, then no less than 95 or a hundred million of the following guests Sunday afterAmerican subjects, when their hearts noon: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Allen and are laid bare, will expose a scar send- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cephas ing them straight into hell. Vance and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howard and son, Mr. and Mrs. Rosal Park. Misses Ernestine Ralph, "Wo are bound to differ with BrothCarter, Lena Combs, Audrey I Myrtle er Barrett, of the Herald. One would think, to' read tho editorial in tho Murphy, Ethel Vance, Ethelyn Thomcurrent issue, that nearly all Demo- as, Margaret Carter, Anna Howard; crats were for sale on election days. Messrs. Sam McDowell, Barrett Guy Black. Now, we don't believe any buch a thing, not a bit of it. The Herald, FARM FOR SALE. speaking of the use of money in elections, says "It was literally pourConsisting of 240 acres, near Bald ed out of the Republican strong box election last fall and we Knob Church, will sell all or divide In the State may expect them to try to repeat the to suit purchaser. For terms see performance in 1920." Yes, wo J. H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WAR39t6p verily believe that the thing is going REN SHIELDS. seven-year-old lialf-wltted, 17-ye- ar o, Sul-leng- to to be repeated In 1920 anil so do most men who have watched tho trend oi nnlltlcal iff fairs. I mean the lesult, brother, not that It will be bought out by tho wholesale debauch;.? of Democrats, nor do we bollevo that the result last fall was caused by the pur votes, the chase of democratic certainly has bun doing for.io Herald Sherlock" work to suddenly discover thnt Republican bcodlo was responsible for the landslide of last vear. Wo wonder If the Herald would be willing to divulge Its owl- llko Information ns to where all o: this money camo from, who used It and Just where a little bit of it went. That charge of wholesale boodllng tho biggest piece of Is Just about tommyrol" pulled by the esteemed Herald since, well, we will say long before 'HE KEPT US OUT OF WAR.' STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluke McFluko.) The restaurnnt of Casebler & Taylor was entered Wednesday night nnd the cash drawer robbed of $2.00. . was'soon located and when founl V turned out to be Jack snoring, up stairs. . Ho said ho know ho snored a llttlo but didn't think he did It liko a mule kicking a box stall down. a CEXTEIITOWX. WWWmWWmH"Hm4 Miss Mario Pato Is visiting relatives In Hartford this week. Squire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was W. W. Harris, tho Telephone man, bought himself a $2.00 shirt early hevo Monday, on business. Thursday morning of Carson & Co. Mrs. O. M. Bishop was tho guest Now there is no connection between of relatives in Hartford last Wednes- - j the above paragraph and this, as you dai'. Robt. Rov?e and wife, of Drakes-borsee there are three stars separating visited relatives in Centertown them. o, Wo wish to very respectfully inform the Herald Reporter that we have a copyright on Battle Nail. While we don't mind you using him occasionally, but don't connect him with the Beaver Dam switchboard, as it's too tough on tho operatress. There Is one thing in this town that is as cheap as before tho war: the brand of advice offered by tho soap box devote.He is ever ready and always at your side, but should the layman take all of the free stuff offered ten chances to one It would prove dearer in price than the ' old H. C. L. av-era- go Our venerable old friend, Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Cynthiana, was in town Monday and the very first thing he asked us was, "did they bite good yesterday?" He hollered clear across the street too, where a lot of people could hear, as If we would fish on JOHNSON ON TOP Sunday. The gall and "oncharlta-bleness- " some men's mind and evil of " -fs a plum fright. Hitchcock Lends Democrats, Bryan ""TwAVlns Too, In Neb. ft- -" 7S. things that you. will never Omahn, Neb., April 21 Senator Some hear of happening again: Dowden Hiram W. Johnson continued In tho Estes being too busy to talk a little: lead for tho Republican presidential Uncle Elec Curtis too much engrossed preference as votes of the Tuesday with the steering wheel of his car primary were slowly received today to look at an attractive Jane; Roll by newspapers tabulating tho returns. Riley and Mut Hunter lending money William J. Bryan had gained enough without Interest; Cal Keown and Bob votes In the day's count to place Gillespie remaining awake during him among the first four candidates to the San Franlone Sunday sermons; the writer fail for delegate-at-larg- o ing to go fishing with half a chance; cisco convention. of the Republicans voting for Wilson and With less than one-haprecincts In tho stnto reporting, Democrats saying he kept us out of war. Senator Johnson had a lead of S.645 votes over Gen. Leonnrrt Wood, his It certainly does squelch our nan- - nearest competitor, with Gen. John J. nv to slln an SVxll, single spaced Pershing third. race for In the letter, of which we desired to keep Bryau not only a carbon copy, out of our old Oliver, delecates-at-largonlv to find that we had the dadgum- - managed to get within the coveted up, or four on the votes couniod but found med carbon paper down-sid- e out-sid- e In, or something, anyhow one of his running mates there with that the copy was stuck on the back him. . llltchcoks Lends Opnoncn.t side of the original and was wrong Democratic leaders tonight said tho end foremost, and Inseparable from tho one we wanted to send. Even uncompleted returns Indicated that the office Devil seems to know that former Governor Morehead was a there is something radically wrong winner In the gubernatorial race by and gives us a wide berth when this probably tho largest plurality of any happens to us. Git outen here Bat, candidate on the ballot. Republior you will get kicked out consarnlt. cans also predicted the nomination of Governor McKelvIe. The Incora- other day, that Lplete figures showed that Senator We remarked, the this burglarizing epidemic in which Hitchcock, seeking the presidential the country seemed to be clutched indorsement, was leading his oppodidn't bother us very much, In a per nent, Robert Ross, by almost three sonal way, as we had nothing other votes to one. than our good name to lose, but did no one would rob us of COME hope that that. Peggy,.the llnotyplst, ejaculat- to Sunday School and Stay ed about as follows: That It was a to Church on cinch that nobody would ever be -- School Day prosecuted for theft, and not even a case of petty larceny would be con1920 MAY 2, sidered by the Court. What In Sam Hill do you 'spose she meant, anyOH. PEOPLE TO REMOVE way? OFFICES TO OWEXSBORO We bet Doc Pirtle a pint of raw Mr. Earl Swan, of Oklahoma City, fishing worms that the river would and tho force of men Identified with rise so much, Tuesday night and him, representing capitalists, who lost. Doc thinks he has arranged to have purchased two of the produchave a nice batch of red, rlggllng ing wells near here, and who conworms mined from the river bank template extensive developments In somewhere, for some of his fishing section, have, or will at once, later on, and I don't want to hear this offices in Owensboro. Mr. Swan, open what I feel sartln he's going to let with a number of others, has been forth when he tries to string up some in Hartford for several months, with of those nasty, old, black, soft worms headquarters at the Commercial Ho I'm going to dig for him around our tel. It Is to be regretted that per ash. hopper and barn lot. manent offices for the concern were not established here, as the addition Jack Hudson, of Buford, was in to Hartford's business would more town yesterday and said he did not than likely prove quite beneficial in sleep much the night before, said several ways. when he got fairly off In his first . l.f fniliAM nnmlA 1.1.. t f O- I gOOU " " ff DUJl UIO lUlUOi NOTICE FARMERS! Ito the barn and look after the stock, of d We will have at once a as ho had heard them in some sort of International farm Machinery and commotion. Ho crawled out and hik- Implements, consisting of most anyed it to the barn, but all was calm. thing you need. Call and see our He returned, snuggled down 'twixt line. the blankets and was soon at It again, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. le m when his parents gave him the FOR SALE. alarm the second time Large Saddle and harness Horse, when he had to truckle out to tho barn the second time, and as at first, safe "and gentle. Will sell cheap. Address; P. O, Box 353, Hartford, all was quiet and tho mules and 40t ! thlncs at perfect ease. He again re- - Ky. I turned and no sooner hit the goose- ROSINE hair than sounu asieep ne weni. niMr. Dewey Alford was In Tell City, ter a time he was called again to says it is a see what tho rumpus was about with Indiana, last week. Ho one-haso the stock at tho barn, and for tho lovely place but not to find every lovely as that friend of his there. third tlmo he went Sunday School was organized last thing as serene and quiet as the night could possibly Sunday, at Salem, with sixty enrolled. dead hours of was make things. To the house and to Bro. W. A. Pierce Superintendent soon the "Old Folks" assisted by Bro. Autry In baptizing bed again and were again disturbed by the noise, as thirteen, in the afternoon. Rev. Marlow and wife were the they thought, at tho barn. Then it T. Lang, was, they did some investigate on guests of Mr. and Mrs .E. account. The trouble here, Sunday night and Monday. Bro their own lf 1,-8- 49 Bryan-Hitchcock e, ay car-loast'ock-in-troublf Misses Stella and Iva Gibson, of Hartford were tho guests of Mrs Earl TIchenor, last Saturday Harve Condlt has sold his resl dence on West Main Street to R. H Kincheloe. Consideration $2400. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schneider returned Monday from Narrows and Dundee, where they had visited relatives and friends. Hons. H. P. Taylor and W. H. Barnes were in town last Tuesday, on legal business. Miss Annona Llndley, who is at tending school at Livermore, was the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gleger, last Wednesday and Thursday. Rev. J. J. Willett, of Owensboro, filled the pulpit at the Baptist Church here, last Sunday and Sunday night, It was the first time he had been with us since January, on account of the flu epidemic. . last week-en- d. ! MUNSINGWEAR IS TRUE ECONOMY IN UNDERWEAR Because of its unusual dura-bilit- y 11 1 iff, lit11 - nill i i and wearability, its quality of fabric, perfection of fit and finish,together with its moderate price, Munsing-wea- r is enthusiastically en- -, dorsed by millions of thrifty and patriotic Americans. We have it in many styles and fabrics for men, women and children all sizes. Come in and let us show you the many practical features of Munsingwear. H Ladies Union Suits, $1.25 to $1.50 Men's Union Suits, $1.75 to 52.00 f Carson 'HI"HH"l''5l4"H"H'4-:-- (81 Co. IttTT VVTV'rf i"r,J K .9. Hartford, Kentucky. j NOTICE! Owing to the railroad strike for the last two weeks we were unable to get poultry cars and had to cancel our leading dates at Rosine and Beaver Dam, Ky. But the strike is practically over now and we will have the cars in Rosine and Beaver Dam on the following dates without fail, as it is our aim to give you more for your poultry than you can get elsewhere, and to prove this statement we will guarantee you at car door these prices cash, and more if the market will justify: J Hens, 34c pound. Cox, 17c pound. Rosine, Ky., April 26th and 27th. Beaver Dam, Ky., April 28th and 29th. Compare our prices with what you have been selling at and you will readily see it is to your advantage to bring your poultry to our car on above dates. You can weigh your own poultry if you wish, but I cannot pay for feed, as the price is high and I cannot sell heavy-fe- d poultry in New York. T. W. WALLACE. Marlow delivered a fine sermon to a large audience Sunday night. Mr. J. D. Leach says he has no, time to so anywhere, for it keeps Ihlm busy watching the markets so ns ito know how to mark bis goods, tend to his own business and let the other fellow's alone. Messrs. Hubert Basham, Everett Royal and Leslie Kuykendoll left here yesterday for Hull, Texas, where -- they will bo employed in the oil fields. Wo hope some other boys will follow their example and try gentlemen too. A mad-do- g was killed hero yester day by Mr. Russell Earp. So you who have dogs had better keep on5 eye on them for we don't mind bo much to see dogs have fits but wo mind very much to 'see people nave them with hydrophobia. to-b- e Hv fifr Coats and Coat Suits! We have just received another shipment of Spring Coats and Coat Suits. Right fresh from factoin STYLES, RIGHT in QUALITIES. LOW in PRICES. ry to us. ELEGANT If you need one, get in touch with us at once. Skirts II J ' Mz?Unfi y A large and well select-.- , ed line. Come in many styles, and a varied line of materials. Our prices will interest you. WHY pay Mr and Mrs. Lyman 0 Barrett Cuscaden's Drlck Cream constantly nnd Httlo son aro visiting Mrs Barat tho Restaurant of CASEBIER & TAYLOR, rett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Culley, 40ti at Stanley. Ranges and Seo our Bake E-- Z Dluo 131rd Stoves beforo you purFor fresh Grapo Fruit and other chase. Fruits, Candles and all things In that line como to our place. W. B. ELLIS & DUO. 39t4 42t3 CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Miss Lourono Colllua, of rircen-vlll- e, spent tho weok-on- d Mrs. Everett Reese Cook, of Vlcks-burhero with Miss., arrived here Sunday- - to her mother, Mrs. H. T. Collins, and spend two or thrco weeks with her family. daughter, Mrs. John P. Taylor, and A Complete lino of genulno Ford Mr. Taylor. parts carried In stock at all times at Ford prices. Mr. C D. Bean, of Horse Branch, HARTFORD MOTOR CO. 42t2 was In town yesterday. Mr. Bean went from hero to Dundee, whero ho Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Hays and fami- will visit relatives and friends for ly, of Owensboro, were guests of severnl days. Misses Jesslo and Maggie Nail, here Miss Bonner Barrett returned to this week. her homo at Barrett's Ferry, WedFor price on that new Rubber Tire nesday, after spending several days here with her brother, Mr. Lyman G. Buggy, latest style, write FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL CO., Barrett and Mrs. Barrett. Fordsvllle, Ky. INSURE your farm property and Dr. and Mrs. Ross Bennett and lit- other buildings In tho old and reliatle son, of McIIenry, spent Sunday ble, Royal Flro Insurance Company. CAL P. KEOWN, here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Agt. for Ohio County. 43t4 C. Bennett. on hand g, mmmn Now is the Time to Buggies, Surreys Bw; W r i if and Wagons 6 ffiii!k2! more? Ladies' Blouses. We do not mean to boast, but folks that know, say that our waists are the prettiest ever shown in Hartv ford, Wash waists in all the Spring fabrics, Silk waists in crepe de Chine, Georgettes, Taffetta's, etc. It's our purpose to please you. Make our store your shopping place. A CLEAN STOCK. COURTEOUS sales people to wait on you. JjRGo, ai'iul 23 V The Hartford Republican John Gloypr, an aged colored man, died Tuesday at his homo In Ilaytl. Miss Sophia Woener went to Owensboro Saturday, returning that afternoon. ritiiur, - PERSONAL NEWS 'AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Charlie Whito and son, Master Marvin W., of Route 2, Narrows, wore Mayor J. E. Bean is indisposed and In town Wednesday. confined to his room. Lime, Plaster and Cement, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 39t4 Cuscaden's Cream served In cones and saucers at CASEBIER & TAY43t3 LOR'S Restaurant. Mr. E. M. Royal, of Fordsvllle, was Mr. Tom Daniel, of Horso Branch, in town Monday, on business. visited his daughter, Mrs. Ira Daniel, Mr. R. W. Johnston, of Sulphur Springs, was In town Tuesday. here last week-en- d. THOSE AVISII1XG to buy Millinery 2. at reasonable prices will call on Deputy Sheriff, W. H. Miller, of MRS. D. HURT, Hartford, R. Fordsville, was in town Monday. Dr. T. D. Renfrow, of Cynthiana, We pay cash every day for eggs and was hero yesterday to seo his sister, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Mrs. Minnie W. Lee. A petty thief crawled through a Registered Hereford For Sale Bull Bean Fairfax. None superior. window Into the restaurant of Case-biand Taylor Wednesday night Attractive price. ' C E. ANNIS, Logansport, Ky. and rifled the cash drawer of $2.00. 43tlp Nothing else was missed. Mrs. A. C. Porter returned yesGo to TATE'S RESTAURANT for terday from Owensboro, where she had been visiting relatives two or quick Lunches, Confectlonaries, Candles, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits three days. TATE'S TRANSFER cars make conFarming Tools and Machinery for nection with all Beaver Dam trains. all your needs, whether It be a tractor Hon. J. A. Leach, of Frankfort, Asor garden rake, may be procured of 42t4 sistant Fire Marshal, was In town W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Friday night and Saturday. Mr. Miss Elizabeth Moore, secretary of Leach will be In the Fire Marshal's Civilian Relief, Red Cross, went to department, doing office work after Horse Branch Wednesday, In connec- July 1st. tion with her duties. Mr. Carl Sandefur, an expert meMiss Bessie Gillespl loft Monday chanic, has been employed by the for Louisville, where the has accept- HARTFORD MOTOR CO., and will ed a position with tho Louisville Pub- have charge of the Mechanical and Repair Department for this year. All lic Health Association. 42t2 work guaranteed. Attorney E. M. Woodward and litComing! A largo shipment of tle daughter, Alice Louise, were In week-enguests of Mr. Iowa seed Corn, Boone County White, Hartford last Reed's Yellow Dent, St. Charles Red and Mrs. A. K. Anderson. Cob, and we also have the homeMr. S. E. Bennett, of Decatur, Ala., grown Missouri Prolific. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. who came up Sunday to attend to 39t4 business and visit relatives, returned Messrs. Park Taylor and Ernest to his homo Wednesday. Morris, composing tho firm of Tay dealers, Walter Wedding, who is in school lor & Morris, automobile In Bowling Green, spent from Satur- have moved Into the livery building his recently vacated by A. J. Williams. day until Monday here, with The place has been' considerably mother, Mrs. Mlnnlo W. Le. changed and makes a good storage display room for their business Moore, who has been and Miss Beulah teaching in the public schools of Sale One good horse, reliaIdabell, Okla.i for soma time, will , For true, good driver, safe for ble and returh to her home here, next week children, medium size. One good mare, about 8 years old, safe and Mrs. Cook, wife of Judge Mack 15 hands high. Will work been seriously 111 for reliable, Cook, who has anywhere. Also one 3 Inch Wagseveral days, vas reported as being on, Buggy and Harness. much Improved" yesterday afternoon. B. F. BEAN, Dundee, Ky. 42t2p For Sale One good work horse. S years old, bay and 16 hands high. We expect to start Ice delivery A good driver. Monday, April 19th. 1920. Will place JEFF CURTIS, all Ice In your refrigerator 1n quantiRockport, Ky. ties of 25 lbs. and up. Less pieces will be placed on front walk so please Mrs. Jeff Watterson and daughter-in-law- -, have your change or tickets ready if Mrs. Randall Watterson, who you expect Ice, and have your rehave been visiting here for sometime, frigerator ready for Ice man. will leave for their home in Ashley, ELLIS ICE CO., 111., today. Hartford, Ky. 42t4 er d, ! j r We have a nice stock, fully guaranteed. Carload JOHN DEERE Farm Implements t justre-ceive- d. ! 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 airjf of the above mentioned. If you arj interested in the LALLY FARM LIGHT PLANT, write us and we will give yonfuH information promptly by mail. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Jake Wilson, Mgr. Fordsville, BQsp- - I I g M at Buy Your Paints Now We have I and the best line of Varnishes, Oils and! other painters supplies to be foundL Our stock of Wall Paper has just: in style and arrived and is up-to-da- a line of the best Paints te quality. See our line of Flash Lights, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobaccoes, Box CaiL-die-s, Brushes and many other articles; too numerous to mention. icines in addition to the most complete We carry a full line of Patent Med near Sulphur Springs, was in Hartford, yesterday. Mr. Tom RogerB, of f, In FOR SALE Hartford. 42t3 One 5 Seo CAL P. KEOWN. Mrs. Lou Hill, Bonnie Walker, Messrs. John M. Blshopnnd J. P. their homes last (Dock) Vincent, of Centertown, were ing several days Russell Walker. room dwelling here Saturday, on business. l. Mrs. J. F. Bruner and little son aro visiting relatives near Whltes-vlll- e. Blue Ribbon JUST RECEIVED a shipment of Oil Stoves. W. E. ELLIS &'BRO. Mrs. E. C Balrd, of Shinkle Chapel, was the guest of relatives here this week. Rev. R. D. Bennett has been ill for several days, but Is improving at this time. 'visited the Misses Nail, of this place, this week. Brooktleld Creamery Butter, none better made. Get It of CASEBIER '& TAYLOR. We bavo a car of nice, clean Timothy and Red Top Hay. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. Mary Morrison, of Owensboro, IS sp -' Mrs. Eliza Pblpps and Mrs. Mlnerwere in va Mackey, of Centertown, 'Hartford, yesterday. $1.04-ibottl- e Merltone Tonic, 94c, today and tomorrrow. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc). of Cynthia, and Mrs. When in need of coal call W. E. of Shreve, left for ELLIS over either 'phone at his resiFriday, after spend- dence at night, or the Home 'phone with Rev. and Mrs. at Ice Plant In the day time. We are In a position to do any kind of hauling, have a No. one truck and can Sidney Williams, of tho firm of Miss Cessna Shults, of this place, give you quick service. Will do your Duke and Williams, made a business one of Ohio Counties successful teach service as cheap as any ono. trip to Prentiss yesterday. ers, left Monday for Lexington, where ELLIS ICE CO., she has accepted a place as teacher 42t4 Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Estes Hudson, of Be-d- a, n tho State Reform School. of a little are the recipients Following receipt "of "complaints J Arch Maxey, who has been in Ak- daughter, born last Monday. io-- (' Irom Leslie, Harlan, Clay, Knott and yron, unio iur sevurui wuuiua, as -. here several days ago, to taurel, adjoining counties, Dr. Mc-I turned parents in preparing their Buy Goodrich Tires and Tubes sist his vn.itnnlav sent Dr. J. Long Run" "The best in tho household effects for removal to the oiuiu ouuuui, HARTFORD MOTOR CO. s)vnuienuorg. 42t2 Maxey, after pr, to nazaru wuu mairuiuuua i" Rubber City. Mr. obtainuarantlne tho county .against com- - quite a long wait succeeded in Mrs. J. C. Ilor and sons, Cleve and If ing a car and they left yesterday. By Mrs? J. R. Plrtlend son Ferdi Norman, of Louisville, are guests of their change of residence Hartford Mrs. Iler's sister, Mrs. Ira D. Bean. nand, went tq Henderson yesterday loses splendid citizens, In the permorning to visit Mrs. Plrtle's daugh- son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxey and Arch. Messrs. J. T. Hoagland, of Fords ter, Mrs. V. P. Cigon. They will revllle and J. D. Ford, of Owensboro, turn via. Owensboro, paying Mrs On, account of the Increased coot of were In Hartford Monday, on busi- Plrtle's father, Mr. D. L. Smith, a coal, repairs, ammonia, gas, chloride ness. short visit. of calcium and man power ice will be 10 cents higher on the hundred lbs., MENTHA and VICK'S WE BUY, raise and sell VAPO to all trade. As to car ice wo aro aniSALVE 26 & 52 cents today and to rabbits and other not in, a position to make any prices morrow. mals. Place your order with us, in advance, as wo can not get prices OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc ) and list what ever Btock you have In advance. Havo never been able with us, stating lowest flat prices to contract Ice for tho d In Address 615-51- 7 July and August. on largo shipments.. Have plenty of ice to supply all m N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. trade. Havo your Ice Boxes ready ELLIS ICE CO., ELLIS ICE CO., for service. Hartford, Ky. 42t4 Hartford, Ky. Customers who do not consume 100 pounds or more of Ice daily will pay TO OHIO COUNTY BAPTISTS We will glvo 5- - per cent discount the regular retail price. This applies e books wher6 cash is paid on to all trade. 100 lbs daily 80 cents Dear Editor: May I say through presentation of book, otherwise no per cwt., 200 lbs. dally up to 300 lbs., the columns of your paper that I was 75 cents per cwt. 300 lbs. or more asked by Dr. Bryan, our state secretadiscount. ELLIS ICE CO., ry to call off all engagements for 60 cents per cwt. Hartford, Ky. ELLIS ICE COt revival meetings, and do enlistment 42t4 stock of Pharmaceuticals. We also have a complete line o Columbia Grafonolas and Records. See them before buying. Visit our store and get our prices, J i iv Ohio County Drug Co. Incorporated Hartford, Kentucky. 1 H1HII1III 'MH I lit I'M t Hit 1 1. fur-beari- fur-beari- over-deman- work for the month of April, In sit associations in this part of the stnte. I have given my time to oiher as soclatlons because Brother D. Edgar Allen, tho organizer for thlB county, has and is now pushing this matter as no other organizer that It has been my pleasure to be associated with, and the splendid success achieved by the Baptist of Ohio County is largely due to his untiring efforts, but may there should bo a Baptist vrho not made a pledgo In the county i ly you do not waut to bo left aatrllo this, the greatest work la aT world. May the piteous walls C heathen and the command of crucified but now risen Lard, felt-spi- tw sue-onc- e us to mako sacrificial gifts: the lost may bo told the wayaC'sS-vatio-n. uny-wnit- ttr re on-Ic- , At any time I can be of I urge, If possible every one who has to the pastors and churches- oC OWte so, to get Into the hands of County, either in meetings or eal&aW-menot done work I shall gladly (It sat. Mr. W. M. Fair, Hartford, Ky., one-fift- h With best wishes, I am yours- - & amount they have pJedeT of the B. L. HOWERTON. ed bo that he can get it to our state Berve. Central City, by April 30th., and if secretary, nt K, S. Department of Agriculture- poultry specialists. When only a few turkeys BRITISH ARE FEARING aro kept it Is the usual custom to rAMERICAN TRADERS allow them frco range throughout tho nurcau of breeding and laying season. If many Whitewash Makes The Hen Hotiso in 1D10, 03 shown by tho I CrP Estimates, United States De- - turkeys are kept, hqwover, it is usualSanitary. to use ly found most convenient tho spring, when every- - partment of Agriculture, Early in breeding pens or inclosures, in which South African Says Yankee thing else around tho farm Is being' A1Jut Crop Acreages rionnn.i nml nut in shane for the! the turkeys aro kept until they have Business Men Are OutAre the crop acreages of the farm ,n,(1 thc,r cggg for the day iottlng summer, a coat of whitewash will' stripping Englishmen pro- them out late on each afternoon. add greatly to tho nppearance nnd ndjusted to each other for highly production; When confined to a breeding pen sevsanitation of the Interior of the The efficient adjustment or organ-pain- ts eral turkey hens often lay In the try house. It Is the cheapest of all r London April 3 American trndo and may be used on the ex- - lzatlon of the crop lnnd will depend samo nest, but on free rango each Depart-Blre,- It missions nro Invading cveiy part of of the building, too, If so de- - on, says the United States hen usually makes her own nest. terlor the globo nnd flooding world markets ment of Agriculture, tho acreage ne- with literature of all rtlnd-j- , mw inllng Vhltewash Is made by slacking ccssary to supply tho family and farm Standard bred fowls produce uni- to Mr. Harrison, South African reprea! needs; the economic importance of about 10 pounds of quicklime in products which bring higher sentative of tho Fedpratlon ot British nnll with 2 callons of water, cov- - enterprises adapted to tlje region, form Industries. Harrison declares the particularly as to market demand and prices. cring tho pall with cloth or burlap Americans are far outstripping allowing it to slack for one hour. the relation of prices to costs of and British manufacturers in the camductlon nnd marketing; the seasonal Growth of Tobacco Production. Is then added to bring tho y The first United States census of paign for world trade. whitewash to a consistency which labor requirements of the enterprls-,ina"As a result of tho wbrk of these es; tho supply of labor and Its cost; agriculture, for 1S39, found a crop of be applied readily. missions," Harrison said, more than 219,000,000 pounds of to trado A weatherproof whitewash for ex- - the fertility of the soil; the topogra-tcri"American Imports Increased from by the phy of the farm; and the size of the bacco, but in 1S49 it was under surfaces recommended pounds. By 1SG9, it had 13.8 per cent for the nino months United States Department of Agrl- - farm more than doubled tho crop of 1849 ended September 30, 1918, to 25.9 culture may be made as follows: (1) Test Seed llcforo Planting and reached 434,000,000 pounds, fol- per cent for the corresponding period Slake 1 bushel of quicklime in 1 Practically the only element In lowed by reduction to 263,000,000 In 1919, whilo United Kingdom Imgallons of hot water; (2) dissolve; of ports fell from 54.6 per cent to 43.6 2 pounds of common salt and 1 pound crop production that tho farmer has pounds in 1S69, in consequence completely under his own control Is the Civil War. After that year, pro- per cent. of sulphate of zinc in 2 gallons of Xccd of Specialists. duction advanced to S68, 000,000 boiling water; pour (2) Into (1), the planting of good seed, ' It Is Important that farm seeds be pounds in 1S99, to 1,056,000,000 then add 2 gallons of skim milk and "I can not Impress too strongly upthoroughly. Whitewash is tested before they are sown. Other-sprea- d pounds in 1909, and 1,439,000,000 on manufacturers the necessity for mix lightly. over the surface with wise, a full crop can not be grown ev- - pounds in 191S, the largest crop ever sending out specialists to examine the en under tne most lavoraoie con- raised, as estimated by tho Bureau trade conditions and keep merchants a broad brush. ditions. of Crop Estimates, United States De- In touch with buyers. Seed testing for practical results, partment of Agriculture. Tho North "South Africa is a country of Chicken Flock Ilcqulres ricnty Of says the United States Department gained relatively In tobacco producpossibilities. Remember Fresh AVntcr tion from 1S39 to 1S79, and rose that from the Equator to the Cape Plenty of fresh water should a!. of Agriculture, can be done more ,s Generally believed, from S to 28 per cent of the total, there are millions ot blacks who are be accessible to the hens. If "" than The essential preparation for mak-t- o and thereafter the relative gain was steadily Increasing their demands for supplied Irregularly they are likely providing transferred to the South, where It boots, shoes, bicycles, sewing maseed drink too much at a time. It'Ins simple tests consists of apparatus necessary and of reached 77 per cent of the whole chines, etc. the should not be exposed to the sun.s' "Another important factor is the rays In summer nor bo allowed to becoming familiar with the general crop in 1914-191purposes and methods of testing and rivalry ot Japan. During the war freeze In winter if this can bo avoidthe features of importance peculiar Foor Stock, Less Farm Income. sho selzed'the opportunity to send to ed. quantities of fancy South Africa It doesn't pay to grow low-graIn very frosty weather it is often to tests of particular kinds of seeds. worth wHIp tn clvn the flock sllchtlv Ask the county agent, or write the or scrub stock of any kind. This goods, hardware, etc. Agriculture for a bul statement is made by the United Brunches In South Africa. warmed water two or three times ai Department of . ji . ?. . States Department of Agriculture in "British manufacturers should lay to drink j let,n day rather than permit them connection with a scries of tests on to heart the necessity ot starting water at the freezing point. A flock efficiency in farm management In the branches ot their establishments in April Crop Report. laying condition of 50 hens in good The condition of wheat and rye in South. On 289 dairy farms It was South Africa. Sho has vast quantiwill require four to six quarts of water a day, say poultry specialists of Kentucky as a whole Is very poor, found that 4S farms receiving $50 ties of raw materials of every kind, the united states ueparimem oi and there are 13 per cent fewer brood and less income per cow and labor and in the new Parliament the quessows In the State than there were incomes 45 per cent below the gen- tion will be raised of Increasing tho Agriculture. this time last year, according to the eral average. On tho other hand, protection of native manufacturers. k report for the 28 farms with receipts per cow "It is a case either of American Green cut bone, when fed fresh, April crop and an excellent substitute for Kentucky, issued Jointly today at of more than $120 had labor in- or British capital being invested in makes beef scrap in the poultry flock's diet Frankfort and Louisville by State comes 75 per cent above the average the country. It must be purchased in small quan- -' Commissioner of Agriculture W. C and were tho most profitable of the "South Africa, too, may help to titles, as it can not be kept fresh for Hanna and H. F. Bryant, Kentucky j group. The quality of the live stock solve the motor fuel problem. Sho m kept is one the 16 points outlined by has vast deposits of cheap coal for any length of time, especially in "eld Agent of the United s?tates of Crop Estimates. Wheat con- - the department to be tested in deter- tho manufacture of benzol; she can r.i'!,D. nml whpn vrniiml mav reau dltion In this State April 1 Is glve mining the efficiency of farm man- produco quantities of alcohol from cause severe bowel trouble. as G2 per cent of normal, ;ompared agement. Full information concern- sugar wash and maize. a n.n i n :nin ' nml ing the tests is embodied in a new "If only British manufacturers will LU inn x" 'cl Canning The Farm Produce. ,, , , . .ou, , turn out the goods a great expansion .. uem circular of the department. ;ui uveruKC uuuuiuuii ui .i i.i of trado could result." ton yeava. Rye dry the fruits and vegetables raised April 1 during the last y.ar compared as th-- j raw product can erudition Is 74 this on the farm, Father's Partner Knows Good Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness r a"diaa con" Ills 10 Iast wben aobo- be gathered and Pigs From Foor Ones. .. vw u. J)vjra3 and a general "no account" feeling .u.. " l..4nlH f..n1i n..1 nt 4iio ina nrnnor "llluu u & Sons, farmThe Jinn of J. Kasper Her-biIs suro sign ot a torpid liver. The acreage of wheat and rye sowstage of ripeness and tenderness for Medford, Minn. The needed. It is the medicine Kentucky last fall was very ers located in linst results, savs the United States ed in member of the firm, Valdl-nior- e makes the liver active, vitalizes the reduced from previous years, Junior 1 much Department of Agrlcullu: Kasper, is 15 years old. He reKentucky. in Western pig blood, regulates the bowels and average rami raniiiy proyaoiy especially Tne has been a member of one of tho stores a fine feeling of energy and This cut In acreage was followed by a cans annually more than 150 quarts organized by the United States cheerfulness. Price 60c. Sold by u:ifv.t3rable winter, resulting clubs of fruits and vegetables, the greater rather Department of Agriculture and tho Ohio County Drug Co. m heavinj and freezin co iu Canning years and knows part of which is fruit. good State College for two In sti- ing out, or by fallura to jet a one. His clubs havo been instrumental a good pig when he sees of late sewing many wise fathers nowmulating interest in canning ,on the stand very scarce in nearly father like Farm labor is farm. The drying of fruits and vegadays, has taken his son into partState, the poorer secetables, an old farm art unMl recent- all parts of the nership with him. The old idea of revived tions and '.hose most accessible to a father keeping all authority entirely on the decline, has been most affected quite generally within the past two other Industrie bclnb until he dies or re- ly in his own hands process offers a good Farmers in this State as a vholo years. This is forced by illness to turn it over a only S7 per cent as means of preserving pershables with- port they ha to some one else is slowly becoming expense for containers, much labor as last year and only 72 a thing of tho past. Farm fathers out entailing per qent of a normal supply. There as in canning. are awakening, to the fact that If they Is also some tendency to reduce prowant a boy to be contented and to llullctin Boards As duction as compared tc that of war stay on the farm, they can do it by Nelehboihood PK time, farmers reporting they need Marketing Aids of its responsibilas last year, giving him a share A helpful marketing arrangement per cent as much labor ities and profits, as well as a share say their need for labor Is employed in certain sections of the though they of tho work. 1 per cent greater than in South which could bo copied with Is still Kasper & Sons this winter decidprofit in many other parts of the normal times. ed they needed some now blood in country. At some point in each their pig yard. An auction sale of How To Shadow Turkey Hen To Her purebred gilts offered an opportunity Tural community, usually the Stolen Xc.it. louse, a list of things that persons to acquire tho stock they wanted. Given free range, turkey hens us- On the day of the sale the senior in the community may have for sale, and a list of commodities that people ually secrete their nests in obscure member handed Valdlmore the comin the community want to buy aro places, such as patches of weeds, tall pany's check book and sent him as If anything grass, or bushy thickets, and often the firm's purchasing agent to tho posted on a blackboard. or more from auction. Tcmalns unsold or any need is not wander a half-mil- e filled at the end of tho week, a list home before they find places that oivrcerfTor tae coufc. Ay When an uncommonly good glV" of these items is sent to tho county suit them. To find these "stolen" was brought into tho ring the bolvaa Jn not established here, as the nu agent. By comparing the reports nests is often a long and tedious task, ran the bids for It up to $750. Eveni'.d not to Hartford's business wouldj from the different communities in the the usual method being to follow each ually this pig sold for $1,000. Thouglj Bald than likely prove quite benefit county he can frequently bring buy- turkey hen as she separates from the he wng appointed in not obtain first several ways. ; "ers and sellers in dlfforent parts of flock nnd starts toward her nest, taK- - Ing the gilt he most wanted, the boto 0 NOTICE FARMERS' bis county together. In case there lug care that she does not know sho stayed In the game and outbid hlLtocJi iW.o--iv!11 have at once a car'J A much easier and competitors ror tnreo omer gms may Is anything that he can not dispose Is observed. of in this way ho reports it to some quicker method than this is to con- looked good to him. At tne conclusBAKING POWDER State agency which issues a week- fine tho hens early some morning ion of the sale 'he wrote a check for ly or monthly bulltin of "wanted" soon after they havo come down $900 and dgned the firm's name, on hand. Cakes, pies, and "for sale," including, whenever from roost and let them out late in "It's a good day's work and all in doughnuts.muffins and Those that aro lay- a day's business," said the young posslblo.not only Inquiries from with- the afternoon. all good things to eat in its own State but also from neigh- ing will then head straight for their farmer, as he loaded his purchases must be dressed up in boring States as well, and does all nests In order to lay the eggs they and started for home. Pig club their best taste and that it can to bring buyer and solldr have been holding. and iniboys acquire looks. w If attractlvo nesting places are pre- tiative through their work in the together. Then, too," her reputapared about the barnyard, turkey clubs. tion as a cook must In tho pro- hens sometimes lay In thorn. Tho varatlons In' factory-butte- r and she be upheld years have been due North whore tho laying season often duction in late There is more Catarrh In this section "stakes" it on Calumet largely to tho use of milk in the man- begins while there is still snow on tho of the country than all other diseases everytime. Shekttowsit was supand for years ufacture of other products to meet ground, they aro more likely to select put together,Incurable. DoctorsIt prescribed posed to be will not disappoint her. var needs. The output of factory their nests near home than is tho local remedies, and by constantly falling Order a can and have the case in tho South, as they do not to cure with local treatment, pronounced butter has increased approximately "company" kind of bakings it Incurable. Catarrh ts a local disease, 200,000,000 pounds each 10 yean range far during cold weather. greatly Inlluenced by constitutional conevery day. Nests are easily made from boxes ditions and therefore requires constitu.since 1S80. Calumet contains only such tional treatment. or barrels, or by scooping out a little cine, manufacturedHall'sF. Catarrh Medi-& Ingredients as have been by J. Cheney approved officially by the Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional Per acre of production, the gross earth in tho shapo of a shallow bowl remedy, Is taken Internally and acts U. S. Food Authorities. value of the tobacco crop to producers and piling brush around it to satisfy thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Too ht wota yon 6 ay It. 1865-187- 4 to the hen's desire for seclusion. Ot all of the System. One Hundred Dollars redeclined from $68.24 In ward ts offered for any case that Hall's Tea we vrbu yoa bib It Then followed nests, howover, tho ono most prefer$53.78 in 1895-190- 4. Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for In 1905-191by turkey hens Is a barrel laid circulars and testimonials. red rapid rise to $83.60 F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. and $120.05 in 1916, $197 92 In on its sldo and a nest shaped in it Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills tor constipation. according to U. 1917, $243.02 in 918, nnd $285.37 with straw or bay, FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge It. W. Slack, Oweniboro. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- ford. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoyv Clerk R. W. King. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F, Stovono. V j FORDSVILIAJ. jigj poul-.litau- ie I pro-Wat- er or 200,-000,0- 00 ' mag-nlficle- nt Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones, jjjj 1st Monday in March IS days Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslngor. j 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. " Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR: Civil. 4th Monday in November 1 days County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartfwd,-Itout- o Meets first Monday In each month. 6. Judge Mack Cook. DIv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo.. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Div. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunSheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. Superintendent E. S. Howard. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslnc. Jnilcr Worth Tlchenor. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver-DaTax Commissioner D. E. Ward. C. S. Moxley. Surveyor ' DIv. No. 6 Nat Llndlcy, Cente- r' Coroner E. P. Rodgors. town. FISCAL COURT. County Board ot Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Midklff anL October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, m. v 4. . ' ea-wa- ys 8. " live-stoc- Common School Diploma May 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - and Fordsvlllo.. town. May 21 and 22 County Teachers" Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. May 28 and 2D County Teachers 8th Districts B. C. Rhoades, Hart Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Routo 5. June IS and 19 County and State Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo,. HARTFORD. , (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. June 25 and 26 County nnd Clerk J. A. Howard. Examination at Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County and s' ROCKPORT Examination at Hartford, (White). Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Police Judge S. L.. Fulkcrson. Examination nt Hartford, (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. town. Stato-TeacherState-TeacherStato-Teacher- er Dam. 8rd District 4th District Bear Q. B. Brown, Simmons. G. W. 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FREY. Bilticcre. Md. rT"tu t it is the best FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine' ever sold over a druggist's counter. WILL YOU. TAKE OUR SPRING. FEVER Following Qolds, Grip or Flu, Thin, Wctery or Poisoned Blood , ( By Dr. GERMINAL REMEDY Valentine Mott. ) self-relian- 4. Pierco's Pleasant Pellets aro a fino system regulator. I found tbem especially cood for con stipation and bilious attacks and tbey also tone up the liver and drlvo impurities from the system in a very mild jv.qy,"r-- J. S. HUGHES, 1H Kogers St. Golden Medical Discovery excelled as a tonic and blood purifier. I havo taken it as a spring tonic and to purify tho blood and it was excellent. I also found it good for stomach trouble. And Dr. At this time of year most people Buffer from what w,e term "spring fever " because of a stagnant condition of the blood, because of the toxins (poisons) stored up within the body during the long winter. We eat too much meat, with little or no green vegetables. Bloodless people, thin, anemic people, those with pale cheeks and lips, who have a poor appetite and feel that tired, worn or feverish of tho condition in the spring-tim- e year, should' try the refreshing tonic of a good alterative and Cowers purifier. Such a tonic as druggists have sold for fifty years, is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It is a standard remedy that can be obtained in tablet or liquid form. Made without alcohol from wild roots and barks. Alton Park, Tenn. "Dr. Pierce's ny&p help you it coat A Treilnenl WEAK- - lor LUNGS or CONSUMPTION (celiac, A Quick relief (or that tired, couchi, palm ia chcit. night twcaK, hemorconsumption. II it does-oo-t rhage!, weak lunzi or you Dotbiat. FOR. ONE MONTH e OHIO MEDICAL GO, SaKLfflt USE LI V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. 4 j cannot be Feci rlchi nil tho time. Don't lay oil' from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Ii'o- - Ver-La- x kecpa you on your feet, whilorcliovinjryourtroub Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in Us actions, sure in its cdect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Liu- - VcLax win completely displace calomel in everj home.; Children can tako It freely an) with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and ?1 In bottles. Non genulno without the likeness and sigrw' turo of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by te -- f- u - alChristianity Into all tho dark places low hor to got such nn advantage of the world was launched nt Washnow might turn tho tldo of tho whole ington by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., OPPOSED BY FRANCE war In hor favor. and his "flying saundron." At a The troaty which Germany signed INDORSES TANLAC dinner for 000 persons prominent In j provided among other things that the affairs of the church and tho na- -' tho Gorman regular tlon. the program of tho Interchurch Will Have Trouble So Long reducod to 100,000 army should he men by March World Movoment was explained 31. Instead of complying, as she "You Will Hardly Know Mc As She Continues PolFormor Secretary of State Lansing i hnd agreed to do, Germany's army presided and his first public appearicy of Deception. When We Meet Again; comprlsos nearly 400,000 standing ance as a private citizen was greeted ; For I Am Getting troops, hesldos additional land forces with enthusiasm. Mr. Rockefeller ( of the regular navy, an armed conexplained that the movement Is not Well," He Writes So long ns Germany continues her stabulary of between 40,000 and something above and beyond tho Friend policy of deception and trickery so Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been between 150,000 and 200,000 In churches but the crentlon nnd tho long will sho have troublo. The' first army resorves'and from 300,000 to in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of servant of the churches. "Tho churchrevolution which occurred nfter tho 400,000 In tho civic guards. In nil and has been made under his per- es are beginning to realize," he said, nrmlstlco was of courso nothing hut thoro aro about 1,000,000 men In Ono of tho latest additions to tho "just as Bnal supervision since its infancy. business men have done, that n shnm to decclvo tho allies and Germany available for quick military list of lenders of thought and action competition Is expensive Uow no 0Iit t0 decei and that in Counterfeits, Imitations and lead them to mnko n soft pence In service. who havo come forward with their this day " are Is the only Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but thnt plcco of chicanery nil that tho of Again, In tho matter of arms, tho unqualified endorsement of Tanlac method by which great things can Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. old military clique did was to hand treaty required Germany to surren- is tho name of Hon. Frank V. Evans, be dono with economy and efficiency.' over tho reins of tho government to der all but 84,000 rifles and 18,000 former Mayor of Birmingham, Ala,, Tho fatherhood of God and tho broExaminer of Public Accourts therhood of man formed tho key that portion of tho Socialists who carbines. It has been learned that Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric .nil along hnd supported tho war and nt least 1,000,000 rifles wore hidden. of Alabama, and at one time editor note of his talk. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains stood loyally behind their party Thoro is also plenty of ammunition, of ono of tho South's greatest newsAnother speaker, Dr. John Mott, neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Though on tho outsldo tho gov- - ng weI, n9 nrplancg and the eminent social worker, said that age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years tho alIled papers, Tho Birmingham it has Writing to n personnl friend In tho expression, eminent seomed changed, thoso In cominig.iDner. ,Pniiv fmin.i nrteen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. nitthorlty continued to work hand In al thousand three-Inc- h guns secreted Aalantu, Mr. Evans says: had evoked more hope and spread Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Birmingham, Ala., Fob 2nd. Klovo with tho Junker olemcnt. When In various parts of tho country. more despair than any other phrase. therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids By the way, you Mr Rockefeller and his party repretho minority Socialists with such So France's refusal to allow GorFood' giving healthy and natural sleep. persons ns Llcbknecht and Ilosa rs denominaman forces to come Into tho neutral will hnrdly know me when we meet sented 30 Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. nttemptod to start a real rev- zono Is apparent. But Germany again again, because I am getting so well tions and started a tour of the prinolution tho old militaristic gang un- showed her lack of wisdom by per- and strong again. As I told you while cipal cities of the country In behalf der tho direction of tho government sisting, regardless of tho fact that in Atlanta last month, I have boen of the movement. The first uso to suppressed them, nud overyono re- sho was committing another breach suffering a long time with gastritis, be mado of the money Is to complete Bears the Signature of members how thoroughly they did It. of tho treaty In tho faco of repeated as tho doctors call it really a dis- a church survey of the world. Tina Germany conttuuos In a role of a wnrnlngs. Sho evidently relied on ordered stomach with consequent will follow a united program of republic to decelvo her enemies. Tho of tho othor nations to constipation, pains In tho shoulders Christian work to savo tho world (-&sc'headache, belching, heartburn, loss for Christ. Kbcrt pnrty was kept In olllco by tho snvo hor from being punished. &jm militarists because overyono knew 4 Prance, however, believing that her of appetite, loss of sleep, and faintthat the country, If ruled openly by llfo would be at stake It such a ing spells. For weeks I could not How Diphtheria Is Contracted. tho imporlal and military elements, treacherous enemy wcro allowed to sleep on my back. One often hears the expression, 'My "Ono week ago; upon recommenda child caught a severe cold which de could never get tho easy pence that I brlng a larg0 rorco ,nt0 tho tdrrit0ry, the German leatfors hoped to receive , took lho mnttor lnt0 her own hands tion of friends who had tried th veloped Into diphtheria," when the under tho gulso of a republic. Then nnd, without waiting to learn whoth medicine, I purchased ono bottle of truth was that the cold had simply Kind You at the right moment when tho allies cr the allies would support her or Tnnlac arid began taking It. Since left the little one particular suscep TMK CtNTAUR COMMNY, MgW VOWK CITV, none tible to tho wandering diphtheria wcro sulllclently lulled Into unpro- - not, moved her army forward and my second dose I have suffered parednoss thoy would spring tholr 0CCUped Frankfort, Darmstadt. Horn- - of these troubles to which I refer, germ. If your child has a cold When trap una tho worm would nwako too burB nnd otner cltles whlch 0 lm. and really believe I am going to get diphtheria Is prevalent you should late to bo ablo to bring about any medlatoly in front of tho French perfectly well and strong ngaln. take him out of school and keep him my ago? off the street effectlvo resistance. until fully recovered, as No opposition was encounter- Won't that be wonderful at zono. they reckoned without their ed. Tho only German troops that Well, certain It Is that Tanlac Is a there Is a hundred times more danHut host, as they often did during tho were met were volunteers In Frank- wonderful medicine, and you know ger of his taking diphtheria when he I am "not glvnn to "puffing" mere has a cold. war. Tho allies didn't give thorn tho fort who at onco surrendered. When Chamberlain's experiments nnd am rather orthodox Cough Remedy Is given it quickly soft peaco that they oxpected, but Ina vehement Germany registered cures the cold and lessens the danger stead imposed a sentence more so- - protest, as sho usually does when as to materia medica. "I shall continue tho treatment of diphtheria or any other germ vero tnnn mo uormans momseives thlngs don.t guU her, sho profess-licllove- d In tho final disease being contracted. tholr cnemlos capable of. m C(1 compicte amazement at tho nc-- lt with perfect confidence was tho gradual awakoulng of tIon nnd accused Franco of making results." Signed "Frank V. Evans," OPPOSE PROPOSED of tho Inborlng class to tho dupllci- - poiitcai capital out of Germany's tn-t- y Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. ADVERTISING TAX of thoso In power that caused tho ternal conditions. Such a movo will Ola-to- n A re- - leot wjtn tno strongest condemnation L. B. Bern, in Horse Branch by decline of Ebort's popularity. . tAfctoffCy&fijs s& .. Drug Co., In Rockport by James Now York, April 17. A protest I volt by real revolutionaries threaten-- 1 by men and women Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace against the Thompson bill, which cd and to head It off the military and everywhere, Chancellor Muelled I !?iKff! heads decided to execute scrtccl. He predicted the beginning & Porter nnd In Beaver Dam by R. T. would Impose a tax on advertisers, 1 V? was sent to the House Ways and n coup d'etat with Kapp as tho lead-- 1 0( nn ora ot international anarchy Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. Means Committee by representatives or. Kapp of courso was a nobody Bnouid the allied governments toler-bdepartments of adof tho twenty-on- o he acted under tho direction of nto ..tnia act 0f French aggression." RED CROSS WILL AID IX . Yo will be amazed at the manner in which Spot-La- c PLACING WAR WORKERS vertising who attended a meeting of tho militarists. Premier Mlllorand notified Berlin transforms old floors and furniture into new. the National Advertising Commission Tho Ebert government carried out tuat tno prench troops would ovacu- And you will be gratified at the wearing qualities April 17 At request In Cleveland on April 1. The protest Washington, its part of tho program far enough ato tho cities as soon as the Gerof this member of the Red-Spfamily. to flee from tho capital, but Instead mans withdraw from tho neutral of Secretary Baker, tho American was signed by W. Frank McClure, Spot-La- c is not qnly beautiful and of accepting tho return of tho mil- zone. Tho German government is Red Cross, through Us chaptars In ev- chairman; Homer J. Buckley, vlco durable it is so easily applied that itarists quietly thoy proved them-solv- charged with giving way to pressure ery State will assist in r.iturn to chairman, and P. S. Florea, secretary. traitors to their old masters by the military party nnd also In- civilian employment of hundreds of It declared the commission was opanyone can use it. ns well as to tho people. They cal- fringing "the Imperative and most war workers now In Washington, who posed to the passage of the bill, "for Many people keep their homes led for a general strlko and the reac- solemn stipulations of tho Versailles ore to be discharged by tho War De- the reason that advertising is a part bright with it of salesmanship and such a tax would tionary revolution became doom- treaty". Germany was reminded partment before June 30. You can ro th am. be In effect a tax upon selling and ed. of i that had tho disarmament clauses Is always on the would operate to reduce production A prudent mother ACTON BROS., I-MHut tho triumph of Ebert nnd his tho treaty been faithfully carried out i doHARTFORD, KY. short-livea watch for symptoms of worms In her at a time when the government is enpnrty was for tho real there would have been neither Paleness, lack of Interest ing everything lu Us power to rndlcnls, who were now aroueed.woro Kapp Insurrection nor a red army in children. courage production." In no mood to accept tho govornmont the Ruhr. One of the main objects In play, and peevishness Is the signal Recognizing the valuo of the trainWrilto's Cream Vormlfuge. A fow on tho old terms. Since tne strlko , in opposing Germany's occupation of for prospective advertisers In admilIs to bring tho doses of this excellent remedy puts ing of wns so effectlvo in routing tho tho neutral territory worms nnd tho child vertising and marketing In universiitarists It could nlso bo made to servo Berlin government to n due respect nu end to tho NEW YORK DEMOCRATS man William W. Farley, Blnghamp-to- n, soon acts naturally. Price 30c per ties, colleges, high schools and other was against tho Ebert gang, which ha.l of the treaty, It is stated. unanimously. Drug Institutions, and believing that there OUT FOR WET PLANK como to bo universally hated nirong Tho French occupying forces num- bottlo. Sold by Ohio County c urgent need for a general stand:i Is au For the stomach and bowel disorthe workers. Tho mass of tho labor- ber between 15,000 and 18,000 Company. ardization of prevailing methods and Delegates Will Go To Contention ders of bable3 McGee's Baby ing class therefore determined to Thoso consist largely of cavalry, with Elixir Is ' In this field, the AdverInstruction Prcpurcd To Make Fight on a remedy of genuine merit. It acts continue the struggle until tho milita detachments of Infantry for occupa- PERRY COUNTY ISOLATED educa-ton11Y VARIOLA EPIDEMIC tising Commission directed Its W. J. Bryan. quickly, Is pure, wholesome and ry forces under Nosko woro dispers- tion Of tlie various centers nnd at committee to investigate this "precautionary measure. pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c tlllery as a ed and tho govornmont placed reAn epidemic of smallpox that has matter, making plans which will New York, April 16. That tho per bottle. Sold by Ohio County control of tho old Prussian When asked who would pay the exIn an Improvement of the presDrug Co. penses of tho occupation, Premier menaced flvo other counties will re- sult m body. H. Mackintosh, New York State delegation to the "Why, Germany, sult In establishment of a rigid ent system. Charles Democratic National Convention, to Ebort and his party have had their Mlllerand replied: of tho educational commitCounty by chairman CHURCH GAINS SMALL hands full in conquering this menace. obviously, slnco it was sho that by qunrantine against Perry members, will bo held In San Francisco, Juno 28 con- tee,' and Intends to fight hard for a "wet" Lives by tne thousands havo been sac- hor nets obliged us to resort to co- tho State Board of Health unless It had been observed in most of tho seek tho assistance of all teachers ditions aro much Improved by noon plank in the National platform was churches during and after tho war rificed in.i millions in property de- ercion." tomorrow, Dr. A. T. McCormnck an- of advertisers. made clear today when tho Demo- that there was a decided falllng-of- t stroyed. Desperate fighting Is yet Farmers nnd others who live at a nounced late yesterday. going on In separato localities, chief Surgeons agree that In cases of cratic State Committee met at the in Interest in religious matters. It Dr. McCormlck said tho epidemic ly around Essen, from which city tho distance from a drug "toro should cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the Hotel Knickerbocker and reorganiz- was harder than ever to get tho men has been slowly but steadily gaining to como to church, and even tho wored forces havo lately been driven. keop In the house a bottle of first treatment Is most Important. ed. It may be In the last two months, nnd that When au efficient antiseptic Is apAlthough there was no open dis- men were running off after tho false Snow Liniment. brutal outrages Pillaging and adcounty authorities have Ignored Is no danger of cussion of national politics or can- gods and worshiping at the altar ot aro being perpetrated on tho citizens needed at any time for cuts, wounds, Board of Health plied promptly, there by tho retreating bands. It Is said sores, sprains or rheumatism. It, Is monitions from the Infection and tho wound begins to didates, several of the members who mammon. Now the figures for Protake all possible precautions. that the reds lost over 300 In tho a powerful healing and penetrating to Following receipt of complaints heal at once. For use on man or are delegates frankly stated after the testant church membership tor 1919, fighting with government forces in remedy. Price 25c, GOo and $1.00 is the ideal antiseptic meeting that they would go to San just reported by Dr. If. K. Carroll Lesllo, Harlan, Clay, Knott and beast. Borozono tho vicinity of Pelkum. It is the per bottle. Sold by Ohio County from and healing agent. Buy it now and Francisco prepared to fight William the statistician, confirm this unsatisin Laurel, adjoining counties, Dr. Mcpresence of tho relchswehr, or old Drug Co. Price Jennings Bryan "to a standstill" on factory situation. an emergency. Cormnck yesterday sent Dr. J. I. bo ready for mm to The total increase in membership Imperialist troops, which Is said 25c, 60c, $1,00 nnd $1.50.Sold by the prohibition lssuo. Whlttenborg, State Sanitary InspecNot ouly will the New York Dem- In the Protestant denominations for m bo driving tho radicals to frenzied TEACHER QUITS TO GO ON to Ohio County Drug Company. STAGE AT 112 A WEEK tor, to Hazard with instructions ocratic leaders insist on a liberal in- the year was only 50,000, against madness. quarantlno tho county against com- HOUSE VOTES INCREASE terpretation of the Volstead act to In- an average increase in tho last 10 through tho government forces Uut outsldo world It Now York, April 17 Becauso tor munication with the IN WAR RISK PAYMENTS clude beer and light wines, and even years ot nearly 800,000. This was woro everywhere wlnnlng.Berlln, nevtho epidemic Is not abated Monday. 3Plrltous liquors for medical and the smallest increase In 30 years. er satisfied without seeing how far pay of J15.34 a week forced her to Dr. Whlttenborg was Instructed to of resign as school teacher, Miss Flor-onc- o Washington, April 16. By unani- other purposes if used In the homo, Some ot tho leading denominations alio can tread on thq Interests complete If ho B. Brewer, Is now drawing $112 make the quarantlno mous vote the House today passed being incorporated In the platform, suffered the heaviest losses. Among others, proposed putting hor troops deemed It advisable to quarantine nt a bill increasing by $20 a month, tho but thoy will demand a plank call- those wero the Methodist, who lost prowook In vaudeville. a Into the neutral zono. Franco receiv0; "I llko my pupils," Miss Brewer all, and to stop all trains ironi any- war risk Insurance payment of the ing for a referendum on tho repeal about 70,000; Methodists South tested that tho movo was unnecessary passengers otherwise, in- Bald today, "but teaching Is a luxury ing or discharging government to 25,000 disabled sol- of the Eighteenth Amendment. Northern Presbyterians 32,000; but Germany declared where in the county, and stop autoLeaders are fully aware that such Presbyterians South 9,000; Dlsclple3 sisting that tho forces wore needed I couldn't aftord. The public will mobile or pedestrian travel In and diers and sailors now receiving vocaagainst pay for ontortalnmont, but not for tional rehabilitation. Under the mea- a course will precipitate bitter fight 18,000; Northern Baptists 9,000; to dollver a crushing blow stop teaching out of the county. sure, which now goes to the Senate, In the convention, but they maintain National Baptists 35,000; United tho reds and to assist In protecting education, so I had to Dr. McCormnck said every resident single mon would receive $100 a. that the party will go down to suro Presbyterians 3,000; marauding bands children for tho bettor paying busiCumberland tho civilians from vac-- , of tho county must show a llvo Prosbyterlans 2,000; Norwegian Luand married mon $120. Va- defeat If H is not done. which wero spreadng terror In the ness of singing for their parents." or bo vaccinated ovor month, organizations of world war While teaching, Mts3 Brewer used clnatlon mark Norman E. Mack, Buffalo, Nation- therans 3,000, otc. region. again when Dr. Whlttenborg arrives rious al Committeeman for New York, vetorans supported tho bill. Italy and tho United her sparo tlmo In singing lessons and at Hazard tomorrow. England, Chiinibcrluln's Cough Remedy. voiced the sentiments of a number of States raised no objections, but dramatic lnstiuctlon. mm Ono morning the mess sorgeant the members of the State committee The great benefit derived from tho no faith In Germany's Franco hnd found tho two Greek cooks quarrell- when ho declared he was for a "wet" use ot Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aro You Happy? promises that tho move would be ing". "You fellows aro always hav plank. FOR FLETCHER'S has been gratefully acknowledged by preserving order In the simply for Ing trouble," he said. "Stop this foreign ofTo bo happy you must be well. If More sentiment was expressed by many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakeney, district. So tho German fighting nnd let's have a llttlo har- members of the committee for Mr. Decatur, III., writes, "Chamberlain's stop you ore frequently troublod with confice was informed that such a mony." stipation and Indigestion you cannot MILLIONS SOUGHT FOR McAdoo than tor any other candi- Cough Remedy Is by for the best ould be permitted only on condition 's CHURCH WORK te "See, that's what I say," answered date, but it camo principally from medlcluo for colds and coughs we occupy certain Ger- bo altogether hapjy. Take that allied forces ono. "I say give 'em hominy, and Tablets to corroct thoso dishavo over used In our family. I members. man cities lu return. It was felt The campaign to raise $306,000,-00- 0 this fellow he say glvo 'em rlco" There was no hitch at reorganiza- glvo It to my children when small for already acted In orders. Thoy are prompt and effecthat Germany bad m easy and pleasant to take. for tho.purposo of spreading Legion WeekFy. m tion of the Stato Commltteo. Chair croup and havo taken It myself." bad faith In carrying out her tual, SERMANY'S TRICKERY pnrt of tho peaco treaty that to Children Cry for Fletcher's I 50,-00- 0, srrf C&syffi&Zfas Ty TTrTf f yu Just-as-go- od What is CASTORIA Age-Heral- d. Lux-umbe- tif allati.onof GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought The j , j right-thinki- A Brilliant Finish ot ut ' cs mam d, al bo-yp- Bal-lard- s's 10,-00- - Children Cry CASTORIA Chara-borlaln- auch B DAY OF FATE I heard, Saturday that Sim was in Loulsvile, and looked anxiously for him but was not able to locate him. The Ohio County democrats will I did not know Just whore to look for hold a mass convention at the court him like I used to. house here, Saturday May the 1st., at VSaa- - All, Fear Is as TouQh an Enemy "Specks" asked mo tho other day if 1 p. in., for the purpose of selecting . 1bp Some Boys as the Deches Endelegates to the State Convention, I thought Tins would stick to Hart couragement Will Work which meets in Louisville, Tuesday ford a lifetime, and I told hi in I Wonders. thought he would unless ho moved May the 4th. to the mouth of Grassy, and 'Specks" ot down flip woods road lined by Jest laughed. 2bp&s .and emplacements to see the FARM BUREAU SPEAKING J?PB txsfore they .started on their raid. My boy says ho never sees a menJl mast to the very end of the woods, Mr. Henry S. Berry, of Owensboro, Src Z was too late. There, far down BAiinnrl Vlon Prnafrlnnt nf tlin Tvontim tion in the Republican of the "Popgas uSiito road, I could see the little ky Farra Bureau, delivered an ad corn King" that it doesn't' remind &n.VI figures swinging along, Maude dress at the court house hero Wednes- - him of the time he used lo work for 3t30txr& Warren writes in the Saturday hours scisBorsltig oft the tops of the Xewatas-Post- . One, at the end, seemed day afternoon, to a fair size audience; ajjadh larger than the others. Then I Mr. Berry made a splendid address, Kaiser's sacks. onM s that it was coming back. I but owing to lack of proper advance I was worried a good deal about forties. Soon I saw that the flgiire was Information as to the meeting but 3Kr&ie. lie came toward me, his head little advertising was done, therefore the women being allowed to vote on Arcra3xL farmers wero not generally aware of account of the Madam being a Demo-Wluit'a rtlie trouble, Mlckle?" I the speaking date. crat, till I happened to think sho as2fca. would want a now fall hat along "Warsot'my gas innslc," lie mumbled, about 'election time, nnd then I felt LICENSED TO WED "5rJ be lieutenant sent me back." easier. iiUdn't meet my eyes; poor little John Denlson, Simmons, to Lena SJLkJ&s, only nineteen, hating rats and Dropped in on "Specks" while over ' .raqjisg at a loud noise", lnzy and soft Burden, Simmons. Geary, Roslne to Mary Mor- at Louisville the first of the week, easy bed I I put my Prank asil Iud of an and was pretty proud to find the ki.T.'aloa his arm. ris Holt, Roslne. -former Hartford groceryman running Or, Slkkle," I said, "last time you one of the biggest wholesale shebangs s2M loscn or a party the first time BOARD OF HEALTH on Main Street. I am always glad to Swi wore put on a real Job you had 'dsaps. A boy with an Irish name meet an old Hartford boy, even if I afeaJJn't net this way. Don't you know Has Issued Clean-U- p Week find him in the penitentiary. "" S&tstthe toys already suspect you, and CIia! Sic lieutenant is only giving you I usually find something amusins, 3Bw'3aefit of the doubt? The next time WHEREAS, the winter's accumu- as well as many things interesting, jngth!ng like this happens to you he'll 2eMrtaln, nod then he'll put you In all lation of decaying filth and refuse in the old sheet that Tins and me JSjs Snngerous places. If you run away in alleys and streets of cities and used to run in partnership. Among "S2izn Sieni Jiave you shot for cowardice. towns, and especially in and about the latest of such features was Tins' would Just face it once you'd feel the hack premises of almost all clever mention of the fiscal court at236ircnt. Kothlng Is ever so bad when homes, rich or poor, in cities, towns tending a meeting of the tractor and inn acre slng through it as we thought and country districts, constitutes an culvert salesmen, and the Beda corJCwjiiia belwfore we got to It. Please, my gas mask and go annually recurring menace to the respondent's comment on Brother aDrtii, health, life and comfort of the en- Snell's "regular" sermon. JiSl .lioiior to the poor slinky lad that tire population of Kentucky, which QiisJil-notirto excuse himself on the easily and inexpensively can be haulI went Sunday evening to see a tsnxr'.aiat I .should need the. gas mask ed away and spread upon gardens woman with whom I have been very ixxynMZ. "He let me fasten It on him. and farms where it Is much needed much in love for several years, and TZCtne 1 lent lilm my lucky four-lea- f if all classes of the people will lend was delighted to see her. She Is a 5siSfr to "wear as a mascot, and with-as- a hand in the work, now, beauty, too, and other men besides piklng nt all be started back THEREFORE, bo it, known that myself are crazy about her. It was StjOTs the white rond. I .returned through the woods, and the State Board of Health, by virtue tho charming Miss Clara Kimball' sssag troman will know my thoughts: of authority vested in it by law, here- Young, and I saw her at the Strand, of In Louisville. "?B5stt if anything should happen to by joins the State Federation O, I had the Madam 3Ia-Jae- 3 "What would his mother feel Womens' Clubs in designating and with me, and she wasn't a bit Jealous JS tsfte Jmew the responsibility I had proclaiming the period from April taJSnaa'J And why, if one came to that, 2Gth to May 2nd as I have about made up my mind to JSaaa any 'woman the right to pray: this to include liming and white- be for Lowden or Harding, I am not "ISlHf .tJcath to my son, 0, God; some washing, for every home in Kentuc- particular which, for president, proneZrertroninn's son?" ky; and in this health and life sav- vided Tom Sweatt don't run. Tom, Xt 5 had a. son of soldier nge I hope T& !iave the courage not to pray for ing work the Board earnestly appeals you know, used to be the cleverest li&m nxcept deep down. And I'm glad for the full and active fellow in Morgantown, and has now tSus aaothcraand wives and sweethearts for the entire week of all city and since the memory of man runneth Oj?:3 these soldier lads arc thousands county officials, day and Sunday not to the contrary, been In the of off raHts away from the battlefields. school teachers and pupils their du- fice of the Surveyor of the Port, at 243s &oxt of wearing to see a man you ty to begin with the school house and Louisville. Well, I came away from "anse Tor put on his weapons and turn grounds so as to make them models Louisville Monday afternoon with Tibs fcock to you and walk down a for the community preachers and tocarsKrallseJ road. The real comfort their church members, Womens about ten pounds of fair premium bacco, three years old, and the credit Iff rttat after all the danger is very chapters, newspa- goes to Tom. If Bill Keene, Jim Car-to- r, taTsvh loss than it seems. We have to Clubs, Red Cross pers, and every family, and especially stiTEHBribcr always that a small percent' Frank Wallace, Miles Crowder, sit men are badly wounded; a asKlnB city anu town omciais anu or a number of other Ohio county fel 3iaxB-- .r still killed, and the huge ma- - heads or famines to turnisn teani3 lows I have much cause to remem"isrirr of sliells and bullets never harm and the heavy labor necessary in ber with gratitude, want to run for hauling off the refuse which, with javhlng except earth and trees. president, I am for them, but I was chattering of his adven-Can- s this ancouragement, the women and vice .. f . .1 aweau iirai, 1A uuu nil M. n. am ior r. iuoi " i" with his chin up when I next saw children can be relied upon to collect lime, for first place 'Ww.. 7t was not the same Micklo. at accessible places; and the Board "?efty h would not meet my eyes. I urges that the press, womens' clubs. MORE EGGS! LESS FEED! 'rtijpx nvy gas mask later on the Y clergy and teachers give this proclaTo wir. me; hethis hour Micklo has mation such publicity as will make It cannot forgive me ctim-Greater profits from OWEN Strain with the plea that the Yhlto Leghorns. Eggs $1.50 for 15. nw his greatest shame and the affective; he repeated monthly until White Orphlngton eggs same price. i tuning of his conquering. Some day clsan-u- p cold weather sets in next fall, except MRS. R. E. FUQUA, that it bo weekly as to the manure in 41t4 Hartford, Ky. 'Life of Concrete Ship. all stables where horses are kept in A fnlse Impression seems to have order to put an end to the breeding CERALVO. '3f' taken from some remarks of R. J. of flies. "vv-ydilef engineer of the concrete GIVEN UNDER OUR HANDS and Mr. J. II. Klinmel, pf Grennvlllo, urjn .division of the Emergency Fleet tho Seal pf the Board.thls 20th day was In our midst a few days last wvwtnUon, relative to the short life fj' i wicreto ship. He says, In cor- - of April, 1920. week. JOHNG. SOUTH, M. D., mvijajt this error, "that experiments Miss Alice Crowe, of Heflln, spent President, from Friday until Monday with Miss m. investigations have shown that "At me ships will last a minimum of A. T. McCORMACK, M. D , Grace Hill. years without any protection Secretary. Mr. Ernest Elder, who has been or. The application of prntec- living near here, has moved into th 1'iMrtings are certain to extend JAVIA, ROUTE 2. houso vacated by Mr. Vernon Everly life several years, and with the Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Robertson anJ ,'surir developments of protective Rev. R. E. Fuqua filled his regular children, of Pond Run, wore the wtuu upon which we are now work- "iV. T believe the concrete ship can appointment at Mt. Carmel Saturday guests of Mr. and Mr3. J. H. Wood flv- - made as permanent as steel, If not and Sunday. Saturday and Sunday. mt.vr o. lip further stated that If Mr. and Mrs. D. S. French and Miss Grace Hill, who is attending Hb '"incrpto ship is built of the new children spent Sunday with Mr. and school at Hartford, spent from Thurs stnot mixture developed by the Mrs. Lon MIncey. day until Monday with her parents y neet corporation, the ship Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Bartlott and .Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hlltf 20 per cent lighter than the will 1e children spent Saturday night with Misses Myrl and Nova Klmmel wniataa ship. relatives at Glenvillo. wero the guests of Misses Margaret Oall on The Republican for Fiuo Mr. and Mrs. John RIcheson and Gussio and Paulino Brpwn, of a Printing. little daughter spent Sunday with last week-enMr. and Mrs. Myrt Kirk. Mrs. Ulus James and children, of HAM) KNOII. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark and chil- Centertown, aro the guests of Mrs dren spent Sunday with Mr. Sylvester James' mother, Mrs. Drusilla Bar3Jn. "Everett Taylor visited her Clark and family, of Hartford, R. 7. nard, and other relatives here. 5wrKjriii Sunday. Mrs. Martha Northon and daughMr. and Mrs. Dave Klmmel and iCacln Len Leach, of Hartford, has ter, Miss Leona; are visiting Mr. and Mr. Walter Klmmel and son, of i, Mrs. George Patton, of East View. Qreenvlllo, attended the burial of atvn visiting friends In this Mr. C. P. Keown, of Hartford, war their aunt, Mis. Everly, hero Thursfur several days. lit co Harper filled his regular in this community Sunday, speaking day. at this place Sunday, with in intorcst of the Armenian Rollof Mr. and Mrs. John Klrtloy, of Island, attended the burial of Mrs. Fund n Vis ciing relation in attendance. "Mrs. HuTrlel Wallaco and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and Susan Everly, Thursday, and wer 'lauih, of Orango, Toxas, aro visiting children, and Mrs. Luther Collins the guests of Mrs. Emma B. Fulker , jtt.w "Wallace's parents, Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday with relatives at East son Thursday night. vorly died at her Mrs. Susan View. St. J Sandefur. Mrs. Byron Austin has roturned to homo at this place on Wednesday, Ilun Roy girls and hoys presented 3)lg play Saturday night, "Par--- j her homo at Beavor Dam, after spend- April 14, and was buried hore the jstr Uusos", and thoso who wore pros--,- ing tho past week with friends and following day. She leaves five sons and threo daughters besides a host rulatlves at this place. itroiiounced it great. Mrs. Evere Sunof relatives and friends. 711188 Flora Johnson was the guost Wo aro having a .Miws Ira Johnson Saturday night. day school at Mt. Conner. It any brio ly was one of our oldest and most ,ir citizens, being in MifW Nona Westerfield visited hor doubts this Just come out next Sunday highly respected afternoon and seo what our Sun-Ai- her 78th year. She will be greatly i iit. Mrs. Ona Cook, last week. missed in this community. J M. Sandefur and son, James, day school is doing. SXEtMe Will Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach, lira. Tripp .Taylor and Mrs. Emonlones Crowder and son, Kcunith, were visitors at E. P. Sandofur's Sunday. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) i as Remember Incident .Great Victory. DEMOCRATIC CO.WENTIOX teat -- Everything FOR Spring! f- ! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! I- !!!!;!!!! 4- - 44..i.4.4..s4. JJT.-jw- y Coat Suits from $25.00 to $85.00 Spring Coats from $15.00 to $50.00 Men's Suits from . . : $25.00 to $75.00 Boy's Suits from $7.50 to $22.50 Ladies' Slippers from $3.50 to $15.00 Misses' Slippers from $3.00 to $7.50 Children's Slippers from $2.50 to $5.00 Men's Oxfords from $4.00 to $15.00 Boy's Uxtords trom $3.00 to $8.50 Ladies' Waists from $1.50 to $12.50 I Ladies' Skirts from $5.00 to $25.00 i i.M4...i.....i....;..;....i..T..i..;.4.4.j...Mw, 'J' 'i' 'I"i' V s, Woolen piece goods of every description at a wide range of prices.' Silks in every wanted pattern and texture. , v; Wash Goods in a bewildering variety of patterns and ; "Clean-Up-Wee- fabrics. Millinery of fashion's latest decree. Hats for the smallest to the largest of the race, j ,,-M- if k W Floor Coverings of every description Rugs in Tapestry, Velvet and Axminster. Mattings and Carpets by the yard as well. Linoleums and Oil-clot- hs Matting-Gras- s, -v; 31-il- e I "..;' in a good variety of patterns. ..l.ia j. j. Window Shades, Scrims, Draperies and Lace Curtains to please the most exacting. . , -- ' i-- v .r dm-rgiMic- I ;; I; West-Providen- d. T'S a great convenience as well as a wonderful opportunity K to have 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 experienc- ed 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-equ- . 5 al I v :"M"I"M"H"H"I''H,t neigh-VeaVnuw- E, P. Barnes (L Bro. ' BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. ai Ai -- wide-awak- rs f- . . . -- .