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"Havo you heard that any of our generals or high 'officials In public Hfo were concerned with the losses?" tho examiner pursued. "Certainly not," Mr. Llnd said, "Of courso; wo can defend Americans to a certain extent along the border and In tho seaports, but to defend them in tho interior would mean the military occupation of Mexico, as disastrous to us as Mexico. It's a condition I .haven't reflected upon. There may come a time when force FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1920. - t' k . r - L mf y L VN Wood a plurality of approximately 8,000; Franklin county (Columbus) BIG DOCKET FOR THE gave Wood a plurality of 2,000; MaJERSEY VOTE CLOSE honing County (Youngstown) gavo FACTORY IS ASSURED OHIO CIRCUIT COURT 0N MEXICO CITY Wood a plurality ot 250, and Stark (Canton) gave Wood a plurality of approximately 1,200. Harding Triumphs In Ohio, Hamilton County (Cincinnati) gavo Term To Commence Monday; Recent Meeting Success .Armies Forming Union To Harding an approximate plurality ot Regulars Win In Strong Support GivWill Be a Busy One Launch Attack On 2,000; Lucas County (Toledo) gave Bay State ', en Here For Officials Capital. him approximately ,1,800, and Sum mit County (Akron) gave him nearly 2,500, The average vote from Mont Newark, N. J., April 28 Revised gomery (Dayton) showed a close The proposition of the location ot a The May term of the Ohio Circuit Agua Prlnta, Sonora, April 27. packing plant at this place, seems returns late today indicated that tho vote. Court will convene Monday with an, Robcl troops aro preparing to march Is inevitable." unusually heavy docket as more than Mr to be an assured fact. The meeting preferential presIdentlaLprlmary conAs American representative Regulars In Bay State. on Mexico City from tho stato ot never lent active held here Saturday was largely at- test In New Jersey, with the struggle Guofrero, den.- I Boston, April 2S The organization a hundred suits have been filed sinco Ellas Calles, Llnd said he had by farmers who wish to divert for control of delegates from that slnte3 of Republican The coming commander-in-chie- f of tho "Liberal aid to Carranza in his fight against tended and Democratic the last term held. a portion of their activities, In an Stato to the Republican Convention candidates for delcgates-at-larg- e Constitutionalist" army, announced Hucrta, tho ho had feared that "if to term is to bo of two weeks' duration Carranza failed intervention would agricultural way, from tobacco grow-n- g In Chicago, would bo fought to tho tho national conventions were elect and the whole time will Hkoly be conhero today. to tho production of tomatoes. The last vote by MaJ. Leonard Wood and ed by substantial majorities In yes- sumed and then perhaps not all of tho Tho revolution In Guerrero, ho bo necessary and had so reported." ' e, Senator Johnson of California. was more serious for tho Mex- Ho refused to discuss opinion of Hen- Pocket Packing Company, of Evans-vlllsnld, terday's presidential preference pri- business can possibly be disposed of. Although 1,983' out of 2,205 elecInd., had a representative at The regular term scheduled ry Lane Wilson, American ambassafor mary, according to the complete vote ican federal government than tho tion districts gave the General a lead March was not held, owing to the Inmovement In Slnaloa, whoro troops dor to Mexico at tho time or any re- the meeting l,n tho person ot Mr. Ertoday. of 684, with a total of 50,755 matchunder Gen. Angel Flores contlnuo to ports that Mr. Wilson had aided nest Gloven, who addressed the ed against Senator Henry Cabot Lodge led the fluenza situation and tho accumulaJohnson's 60,071, the re- Republican "big four" who headed tion of litigation has been heavier progress toward Mazatlau. The rev- Huerta to overthrow Madero. When gathering, giving much Information olutionists from Slnaloa and Sono- asked If President Wilson had not desired by those interested In toma- sult of the preferential contest and tho ballot as a group. Ho was fol- than common, which accounts for alllgnment ot the State's twenty-eig- ht There will be no ra plan ,to Join with tho rebels In hold this opinion, ho suggested that to growing. lowed In the order named by Speak- the large docket. delegates appeared still to reMr. K. C. Westover, ot the Extentho committee call on the President. er Frederick H. Gillett, ot tho Na- grand Jury empaneled during this Guorrero for tho attack on Mexico Later after finishing his mission, sion Service, Kentucky University, main in doubt. 'City. House of Representatives; term of Court. ' tional At present Wood Is sure of one ho had urged recognition of tho Car- was also present and from a scientific Capture ot Mazatlan by the rebformer Senator W. Murray Crane and member of the "big four" and five REV. D. EDGAR ALLEN els they expect will easily lead to ranza regime upon tho United Statco standpoint, discussed tomato culture Edward A. Thurston, district delegates, man of the Republicanformer chair government, Mr. Llnd said, but de- and production, which should prove of the twenty-fou- r GOES TO CARROLLTON tho subjugation of tho balanco of State; Comwhile Johnson is assured of the supSlualoa and rapid progress through nied that In coming to Washington to very helpful. , mittee. port of six district delegates. More than two hundred acres of Rev. D. Edgar Allen, for some Nayarlt, which Is said to be sympa- do this ho had over been paid anyThe Democratic "regulars" were C. Stokes, a Former Gov. elected by majorities of three and time pastor of tho Beaver Dam Bapthetic with tho Sonora cause. In thing by Carranza agents except his tomatoes have been pledged by farm- Wood delegate, Edward has been elected one ors of this vicinity and contracts are Jalisco, tho next stato south, revo- expenses. four to ono former Congressman tist church, has accepted a rail to the still being signed, and will bo accept - of the "big four." Unted States Sen- - Joseph F. O'Connell, who made his First Baptist Church of Carrollton. lutionary forces aro said to be makEdge and Frelinghuysen, also Is- - Rev. Allen, aside from being a good campaign on nn ing headway, as Is reported also the LARKIN GUILTY OF . ed until the total acreage reaches ators delegates-at-Iarg' elected are pledged sue. 400, so wo aro Informed. case In Colltna, where tho capital city Those elected aro senator Da- - preacher and a fine pastor, Is a high CRIMINAL ANARCHY The Farmers of this community, to stand by the presidential prefer-- j vlrt T Wnlali RIMmr,! VT l.nnt twlpo class gentleman and a 'live wire." ot Collnia and tho Port of Manzan-ill- o should appreciate the fact that thojenco expressed at the polls by the , DemocratIc nomlnee fop Governor: His activities have added much to aro objectives of the victorious Associate of Gltlou Sen. business men and concerns ot Hart- - voters 01 iow jersey, n, inereiore, District Attorney Joseph C. Pelletlor tho Baptist cause within Ohio Counrebel troops. MIchocan also was re- Former Irish Amoiipst Throngs (cuced ford have put up funds sufficient to: Wood maintains his lead in the pre- - and Daniel F. Doherty. ty. The city of Carrollton Is'tobe ported In rovolt against Carranza, Of Radical. he would havo securo this Industry which Is certain i ferentlal contest Of the 35 Republican delegates congratulated on securing the Rev and adjoins Guerrero. to add much' to tho farming Interests j three members of tho "big four," Including those at large, twenty-nin- e Mr. Allen as pastor ot one of It's Education Need of Mexico. Now' York, April 27 James J. In this locality. The people here ns whllp William N. ,Hunyon, another churches. Washington, April 27. Tho per- Larkln, nn Irishman, was found guil an Inducement to bring a branch (Wood man. Is leading for fourth place nro unpledged, but several of these have announced thelr lntentIon tj sonal story of John Llnd, former ty ot criminal anarchy this afternoon plant of the Pocket Packing Co., Into, with a substantial margin vote for MaJ. Gen. Leonard Wood. 10,000 ACRES OF governor of Minnesota, of his expe- by a Jury In tho criminal branch of our mjdst aro furnishing tho build - On the other hand, if Johnson ov ' WHEAT FLOODED to Wood and four rience In Mexico as President Wil- tho Supreme Court. Ho was as- - inf?q .vih hoilpr nower and other coines his opponents lead fo? presl- - Two are pledged the ballot as fa- personal representative was soclated with Benjamin Gltlow, form- - necessary equipment rent free, to the, dential choice, he would split the,vovaW son's tQ h,m Evansvllle,' Inft., April 27 A'loss, The entire Demo told today to tho Senato Investiga- er Socialist assemblyman, in the pub- - PacklnB company during tho first "hlg four" and obtain at least two ' "estimated at $500,000 resulted when ting committee. Included was an nc-- , llcation of tho "Revolutionary Age", ycar wnich necessarily means that more supporters at the Chicago con- cratic delegation Is unpledged. the Wabash River levee near Oak-tow- n, count of his efforts to induce Vic- - n fiery organ ot protest with strong- - tbe people hero are, or will be out vention. Ind., broke today and water BAPTIST MISSION torlnno Hucrta to abdicato tho dlsta- - ly bxpresscd tendencies toward bothlseveral hundred dollars In order to JWith Wood now assured of five BOARD MET TUESDAY swept Into 10,001? acres of land saw'torshlp ho hold followlugOvorthroA- communism and tho Sinn Fein. Git- - induce this Company to bring one of district delegates and Johnson of six, ed In wheat. of tho Mndero government and before low, after a similar conviction, was It's several branch plants to this lo- incomplete returns muicate tnatj The monthly meeting of the Ohio The fields were said to be covered American occupation of Vera Cruz. given a sentence of from seven to cality. Wjodd may win seven more, Johnson county Baptist Mission Board was with from three to five feet of water. Revolution was necessary In Moxl- - ten years' imprisonment. Larkln It does not mean wealth to any one, three and mat tnree may go to L,m- - ned here Tuesday at tho Baptist The break in the levee caused a co, Mr. Llnd contended, to rectify will bo sentenced Monday. as a matter of course, but the nddl- - cago unpledged. church, with the following ministers temporary fall of the Wabash, which social and economic conditions, "tho Tho Jury was out for two hours and t,on of t0mnto growing means more Gov. Edward I. Edwards, who has present: Rev. D. Edgar Allen, of now Is on a stand at twenty feet at minutes, this including th" dlvorsifleil farming, a condition much announced that ho would carry the It will take decades to bring the peo-pl- o . ver Dam chairman; Russell Walker Vincennes. up to our standards." lie de- luncheon period. When word was re-- . t0 bo deaIred( and we wouid urge ev- - fight against prohibition on to the ' Hartford'. Secretary; Z. Ferrell, "ia - ery nied with particular warmth that ho f rom It that It was ready to anfarmer wno can possibly do so to floor of the San Francisco convention Henry; H. C. Truman, Fordsvllle; MRS. HUNTER ENTERTAINS. had ever, as Examiner Kearfull for nounco a verdict, Justice Bartlow S. grow at jcast a srnan crop ot toma-'welected head of the Democratic R E Fuqiia Hartford R. L. Bran-Weotho committee asked, "attributed all warned tho crowded court- toes Try your hand, get the habit Other Democratic dele- -' d'burc Fordsvllle- - Birch Shield's The Ladles' Social Club was enterv. w of the Ills of Mexico to the Intluenco mum iumi u uoi.ihi- - i elected, all without Beaver Dam; M. G. Snell, Central tained by Mrs. C. O, Hunter at her this year, don't wait until 1U21. but gates-at-larof tho Catholic church," and denied permitted. Radicals havo thronged Qg herelnbefor0 adviSed and as agreed opposition, were James R. Nugentulr Grove and 31 A. Embry, of Baize- - home, last Friday afternoon in an .also that ho had over made such state- tho courtroom during tho trial and by everybodv, lt js t0 your interest Essex County. Democratic leader; town. enjoyable meeting. After a number - ' a'JU, ments to Nelson O'Shaughnessy, followed with approval Larkln's dou t0 thQ lnterest ol lhe community Mayor Frank Hague, of Jersey City. Rev. Allen, who will letive the of games of progressive rook wero former American charge d'affalrs In bio rolo of defendant ana counsel. tho ,ndustrV( that you gtw tho and Mayor Frederick W. Donnelly, of County at an early date, tendered his played delicious salads were served. Mexico. Throughut ho' ias been detiant ami hIgbest grade of tomatoes, see that Trenton. Democratic voters did not r'siKnatIon as Chairman of tho Board In addition to Club members, - they get proper cultivation ana are .have an opportunity to register tneir - -- " "What poor Mexico needs is edu- yiuuu miiumuu. i...u.b was accepted and Rev. Shields Everett Reese Cook, of Vlck-sbur- g, ' wlilch It toward a court that showed unusual cation," Mr. Llnd declared, "and President, there being no prop?rly handled that they may be as choice-fo- r 3 eiected to fill out the unexpired Miss; J. C. Her, of Louisville; is very unfortunate that tho Influ- tendency In permitting departures by good as tho best A reputation Is candidates names printed on tho bal term, in that capacity. W. H. Gillespie, Louis Fulkersbn and ence of tho Catholic church has beon Larkln ns his own counsel from tho something to bo coveted and almost lot, nlthough all of the "big four" mm Miss Margaret Marks, City, wero against schools In Mexico. As In tho strict rules ot practice. invaluable. and virtually all of the district dele- ADDRESSES FOR PARENT-TEACHER- 'S guests present. has not United States its lnfluonco gates aro pledged to tho candidacy of ASSOCIATION o' been in tho direction ot establishing-- ! OHIO COUNTY KAI'TISTS MASONS IX BIG MEETING Governor Edwards. LOUISVILLE MARKETS TO SCALE PEAK lfialntalnlng public schools." FIRST and ITiu'ding Leads Wood. The local Parent Teacher AssociaThat ho had over said the church Hartford Lodge, No. 675 F & A. M., Cattle Fairly good clearance reBaptist Associa- held a special session last Friday ' Columbus, Ohio, April 2 S Late re tion will convene In the auditorium as an Institution should bo abolished Tho Ohio County turns today from yeuerdoy'u presl at the "School Building this afternoon ported. Jn Mexico, or that ho had said ho ad- tion bears tho distinction of being the night, when tho largest number ever Lntlal Quotations: Prlmo heavy steere ptlaary ..election in Ohio from In Its regular meeting, which Is pervocated tho recognition of Carranza first Association within the Stato to I1IIMIIIIIIILT IIH IIIIIUM lit III. IIHIllilim. . n i (u haps to be ono of the most Interesting $12013; heavy shipping steers $11 - .. o we .. nAn Pr - i; t fall back Into tho report their full quote, in the mat "'lost Mexico Tho"occasloa ;a3 . sessions held In quite a long time. 12; medium steers $10 11; light clutches of tho Catholic church," Mr. tor of payment of tho first year's sub conference of the Master's Degree', Gen Wood by 12(. The Association Is to be addressed by $9.50510; fat heifers $S13; fac WM , dI scription in tho $75,000,000.00 cam-- ! tmntt n exlnaa rtF rrtil Llnd likewise denied. Tiattfta rMl preMiss Lydla Hafford and Dr. Ben W, cows $7.50 11; medium cows $6 paign. Payments for the first year, several sister lodges wero present. 281 votes. The vote In 5,300 Should Bo Patient. Smock, of Loulsvllllo. All who can 7.50; cutters $.506; canners $4.75; cincts stood: reportAt, tho conclusion of his account ot up to Tuesday afternoon, and The wojk was done by members of bulls $7.5010.50; feeders $8.503 For Hardjng, 114,893; for .Wood do so should attend. Hu- - ed ? 15,584.10, which amount excoded the failure of his mission with Centertown and Ceralvo lodges t m 11; stockers $7.50 10.25; choice 102.G12. .. tnw ATt good margin. nelrntl .tW. IWJimuil UIIU, If.. t.rAn.,.ill uanwu . tut ..... tho sum called for, by a milch cows $100125;rmedium $75 Additional returns late this after-nop- n STATE FARM AGENT not running a paper In oppresent policy Wo aro HAPTIST AT HUFF'S CREEK kind's opinion as to DUE HERE TOMORROW 100; common $5573. and indicated that eighty-eig..i.. ,.1.n..1.1 l.n nilnntnil tmrnfila MoV- - position to the Western Recorded, A three days' service will bo held forty-eigdelCalves Market steidy. Best veals wo a baptist, nevertheless at Huff's Creek Baptist church, com- possibly forty of the neither are ico. C. A. Mahan, the new State Agent, 11 10c; com12c; medium 7 egates, from Ohio to the Republican "Tho I do not know what tho pres- we take a special pride In the fact mencing with Thursday May 27 next. may be pledged Experimental Station, Lexington, will mon 67Vic. ent condition Is," Mr. Llnd returned that those of tho Baptist Persuasion Ministers throughout the County National Convention on first choice. bo In Ohio County tomorrow and Hogs Th? market ruled 3teady Senator Harding it bohooves us as a great neighbor of ot our homo County wore the first havo been invited to attend and tho to Returns showed three of the four has been procured to address the on lights and pigs, whlla other grades of a weak country to be yory patient, to scale tho peak In this drive for services to bo hold aro to be conduct- delegates at large apparently elected Ohol County Farm Bureau at the sold 25c lower. Choice heavy hogs, ed by a number of different Minisnot to Judge thorn as we would Eng- - solid, financial support. oue pledged meeting scheduled to tako placo at 225 ppunds and up $14.25: medium ters. On the Sunday following tho pledged to Harding and land, France or Canada, as to tholr tho Court House here at 2:30 in the weights, 165 to 225 pounds ?13.25; to Wood. YOUXG PEOPLE MARRY. County Sunday School Convention responsibility in imernuuuuui ui4,622 out of 6,882 afternoon. This is Mr. Mohan's first lights, 120 to 165 pounds $14.25; Returns from will be held, when an fairs. precincts in" Ohio showed the follow- trip into this section and he is simply pigs $1112.50; throwouts $10.75 Nino couples have procured mar- basket dinner will bo served. "Do you think we should refrain ing vote for delegates at large to the on an Inspection tour, being in town down. The pens were well cleared. mm for riage Hconses .since our last report from insisting upon protection upon this date by accident. Sheep and Lambs Offerings conRepublican National Convention: and only ono of tho contracting par- RECENT MARRIAGE Amorlcan Uvea and property In Mexbeing over 22 tinue of moderate volume and little (Harding). 84,787; Daugherty LICENSES ISSUED ties ago was given as ico?" Attorney Kearfull persisted. change noted in prices. Best fall average age Galvln, (Harding) 95.827; Turner PARDON FOR BRIDE "No, ot course not, nor do I think years, bo helng 33. The IS ASKED 11 Y GUARD lambs around $17; lighter kinds $12 Is 19 years and 8fi476, Willis (Harding), Henry Hedger, Beaver Dam, to (Wood), tho best protection will bo afforded of tho 18 newly weds 14; best sheep at $10; some sold averaging 21 Elizabeth Wilson, Beaver Dam. 93,098; Boyd (Wood), 89,408; Her-ric- k such Interests by a military, warlike C months. Tho males Lexington, Ky., April 27. Edward higher; bucks $7 don. Limited 4 months and tho brides (Harding), 106,025. Carl Seaton, Fordsvlllo, to Grace attitude on our part," Mr. Llnd re- years and Although their names wero not Hayden, guard at the State School demand for spring lambs at $18; few averaging 17 years and 8 months. Marlow, Fordsvllle. sponded would show(that Waylon Douglas, Simmons to Julia printed on the ballots, Hiram John of Reform at Greendale, who last up to $20. "When for five years running our Tho week's record PRODUCE. son ot California received 12,768 Thursday married Myrtle Quarles, women marry 3 years and 8 months M.. Leisure, McHenry. strongest vorba'l representations havo Local "produce dealers quote buydo the stronger votes and Hecbert Hoover of Califor- 17 years old, a girl oh parole from Thomas Duncan, White Run, to lioon disregarded," Attorney Kearfull earlier in life than nia received 8,283 votes in 3,440 tho institution, wont to Frankfort ing prices as follows, net to shippers, Lettle M. Stewart, White Run. continued, "when 30,000 Americans sex. scattering precincts. this afternoon to seek a pardon for the shipper paying freight and dray-ag- e WJlllam T. Tilford, Beaver Dam havo gone to financial ruin In Mexico, charges: Tho name of Gov. James M. Cox of his bride, who has until November to Lydla Hurt, Beaver Dam. when hundreds have been murdered, THIRTY TONS OF SUGAR Eggs Candled 36c dozen. Ohio was the only ono apearlng on to serve on a sentence ot alleged obFOR CANNING SEASON Arvln Ralph, R. 2. Narrows, to and wo find nothing hut levity for Butter Country 30s lb. the Democratic. presidential ballot. In jection to parental discipline. Inez Greer, R. 6, Hartford. our further renresentatlons, what Poultry Hens 2830o lb.; largo In 'Bourbon She was on parole Maysvlllo, Ky April 28. The Ma tn several districts over tho State, how-ovo- r, Dewey Growbarger, Rockport, should,, be our attitude?" nwewflr." Mr. son County Farm Bureau has con- Mazlo Leo Maddox, McHenry. the name of William O. McAdoo County when she and the guard went spring chickens 25 31c ll.; small nmu.lia UUfc fnp mn tn y....-- ., "V 1UUVO spring chlckons 26 35c lb.; old was written In. All Democratic can- to Cincinnati and were married. with Hilton & Beck, of Now Wallace Rowe, Echols, to Gusslo R. Llnd retorted. "I think the state- tracted voluntarily to the re- roosters 15c lb.; stags 20c lb.; ducks She returned didates for delegates to the National ment Is much exaggerated. Many hayo Orleans for thirty tons of sugar for Curtis, Rockport. form school Saturday, pending action 2225c lb.; turkoys. 35c lb.; geeso Chester Fulton, R. 2 Beaver Dam, Convention were pledged to Cox. suffered loss ot lives and property the use ot the mombers during tho 15 16c lb.; guineas 35c apiece. Cuyahoga County (Cleveland) gave on her appeal for clemency. to Ethel Cox. from criminals in this country during canning season. REBELS MARCHING HARTFORD'S CANNING WOOD AND JOHNSON - I I e, i j.,t..j .. ........ ( j ' vo Mc-celv- ed ( as , "big-four.- ge ' id Mcs-dam- es - I I n ' , ht ht .f V it .L4u- - b . tf .. .s. timj u.. BBS MXED DOT AS JHSSOOM DELEGATE IS&xsiioncrats Boot Senator Out -- Stormiest Pow- Wow, Ever. 23 ajaiaio, April JBUrte The Demo-msssd- Convention, In session meJTrrmlixl early today to reject tho KKlsxpK'. joI United States Senator Tsjtuir.w Rood ns district dolegato to mZxevasl&Mfial convention and to return iirjanafiJn tho .Fifth Bistrict caucus, "ic&ia& JMinlnatcd him. 'Hij' wate was 1,070 to 490,4four aro&MCOaK. It came as the climax to tsaaitil-jjfe- ht session of tho convention, Jttti:vtXUCt wrangling nnd filibustering jp.Szfr1xatj5,3u-omlnenpart. Lines were .tltsxug. afcuirnly in the fight between itraiisscvan of Reed nnd the anti-Ree- d ftkttfow, which disapproved Reed's !3KmJaji to the League of Nations. t -- platform indorsing tho leaguo ns by the ranjorlty report. 4 How Diphtheria Is Contracted. Ono often henrs tho expression, 'My child caught n sovcro cold which developed Into diphtheria," when the truth was that tho cold had simply loft the llttlo ono particular susceptible to tho wandering diphtheria gorm. If your child has a cold when diphtheria is prevalent you should take him out of school nnd keep him off tho street until fully recovered, as tliero is a hundred times moro danger of his taking diphtheria when ho has a cold. When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is given it quickly cures tho cold and lessens the danger of diphtheria or any other germ m disease being contracted. X1 PIRATES LOOT BARGES OX RIVER SPREE, GEHMAXY Berlin, April 24. Piracy on tho Spree, is tho latest form of criminality in Berlin. An association of thieves, who evidently possess considerable capital, have been holding up and robbing barge's on tho Spree. They have their own steam tug, and their latest escapade is tho stoppage of two barges laden with brass. The tug's crew transshipped a considerable portion of tho cargo to their own craft, and steamed off. They put In at a wharf adjacent to the Alexander Barracks under the very eyes of tho customs police who are quartered there. Lorries were ready waiting, and the stolen goods was promptly transferred and driven to a depot belonging to accomplices, who had already made arrangements for tho disposal of the loot t Farmers nnd others who live at a distance from a drug "toro should keep In tho houso a bottle of Snow Liniment. It may b6 needed nt any time for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It Is a powerful healing and penetrating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Co. Bal-lard- "" TWO YEARS IN BED AND ROLLING CHAIR Mrs. Wilson Gave Up Hope Gains 25 Pounds On Tanlac And Is Now A Well Woman "For two years I spent all my time cither In tho hospital, in bed, or In a rolling chair, and during that tlmo I was given up to die, and I don't guess I would be hero nowlf It hadn't been for Tanlac," said Mrs.vE .0. Wilson. Mrs. Wilson Is well-kno- In Ga been vcmployed Atlanta, her husband having by Tho Constitution Sfjn aa mill Praised. debate which .preceded the amounted to $14 or $15 a. month, nnd one doctor bill amounted to $10S. "It looked like everything had of ihe Lustlanla by failed to help mo, and I h'ad about '? given up all hope when ono day my &fivs&'43annnn submarine and after iwt(rcncr "bmke out opposed measures husband brought a bottle of Tanlac home with htm and asked me to take tdtamnesnlMt win the war. it. Ho said he had been reading and Mresus&lns Senator Reed's opposi-1Sans.hearing a lot of good things about Jie. league covenant, he SAVING SUNKEN TREASURE only hate for the Slant "he-ha- d it and dlldn't see any reason why It shouldn't help mo. I was confined rawfcfluH. hate for England, hate for Two salvaging vessels, the nnflrai2jhate.fnr every one but the and the Reliant, which wereRestorer to my rolling chair when I began takbought fltoffWva;nv.Jori-thi.'- j .august personage." by a British firm from the American ing It. -SaSaaxT'he.-s.aid "Do I look like an Invalid now? I in conclusion, 'the navy, aro engaged In recovering sunkiHspaXi&xnzT. will. carry to the far en treasure around the British Isles. certainly don't feel like one, and I (25) have actually gained twenty-fiv- e .world the fact that Tho ships are equipped with an pounds on eleven bottles of Tanlac, In.jnurB anil patriotic and that flame a new device Jsa-inonsuit traducer has been which is operated under water for and feel as well as I ever did In my cutting holes in the sides of submerg- life. I can eat anything I want "Hi ttrnst difficult problem the ed ships. Each vessel has 25 elec- such things as meat, turnips, hard-boile- d eggs don't hurt me a particle, xnrwCB aeiilninchlsed Democratic tric pumps of n capacity of 1,000,000 ?wuni have Is explaining gallons of water an hour. There aro and I sleep as good as I did when I declared Mrs. W. W. Mar-.i- two divers on each ship who are con- was a girl in my teens. I can get ' l ! i 41 T Capo .Girardeau. stantly in connection with the sur- about as well as anybody and Just ""XZ"sajCt'uxplain how we can in- - face by telephone. Tho Restorer, it the other day I walked down town, JTcase.iiJih league and then send to the Is stated, recovered $5,000,000 in and I am running around the neighroaSbani. convention a man who is gold from the Laurentlc, sunk off the borhood calling on my friends nearopssael Sx lu The women do not north coast of Ireland. It is esti- ly all the time now. I haven't a pain 2&jiSii?X ."Vesical. You ask us to help mated that $250,000,000 worth of about me. I believe I am tho hapfl JiraaafrusoMissourl In the Democratic sunken treasure around the British piest woman in Atlanta, and I think aaaexcfiiis year. "Ve can do It if Isles has been raised since the war x have a rlght to bo- - ! th!nk ,ny re covery is almost a miracle, and every "Saw. ilxcat embarrass ns with a handl- - began. body in our neighborhood thinks the rorSftE"5ijn;itor Reed." same." iOflfifisga; .ihb principal address in BOMB PROOF BULLION TRAIN Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. rif&insrMnliho Senator, Lee Merlweth- Making Louis, said: shipments !L- - B. Bean, In Horse Branch by Ola- monthly im.jj-".-.. mjiii. "ins rejig ht to thank God wo have amounting to nearly $12,000,000, tho ton Drug Co., in Rockport by James uxocitria' 3fu "Washington who can think South African gold mines take ex- Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace EDITORIAL COMMENT laughed her to scorn! so ridiculous is tho method set up by tho Paris contair: Jsfc.tsMiU nnd not go to the White treme care that their bullion shall & Porter and in Beaver Dam by R. T. ference to cure tho world of war. 1&ajicjt mvary day to find out how ho reach tho coast In safety. Since Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. France is moving ngalnst'Germany Where Is Arthur J. Balfour, actaL.'fijrjn.ana There was no Reed in most of the shipments aro sent from because the German government has ing president of n tho league of na Senate to urge Senators Pretoria by rail many attempts have Hon- - Is Your Complexion? violated the peace treaty. Franco is tions? Ho is gone ' tw ilAaX and so Homo lost its liber- - been made to hold up trains. doubt To A woman should grow moro beau,-tif- resorting to tho uso of forco to compel make successful robbery imposslblo as she grows older and sho will Germany to observe the terms of the less; for It may bo assorted, on au thority of honest Izaak Walton, that IHte.flwiclared Senator Reed the tho nine companies have built a car with due regard to baths, diet and treaty as constructed by France. This fishing is excellent in April in ceraffMBr Senator from Missouri," and that is substantially a safe on wheels. exercise, and by keeping her liver threatens war. tain part of England. Sir Eric Drum-mon- d, toQBJtiTbmho had condoned tho It Is equipped with lights that show and bowels in good working order. When tho peace treaty went into tho soul of tho secretariat. Is '.X&R Lusltanla or that his every inch of space under, over and If you are haggard and yellow, your effect tho Icaguo of nations came into on tho Job, of course, but ho could alongside, and on each end of tho eyes losing their luster and whites be- being. exsBBB9ttTin; the war had been The covenant is a part of do nothing more than file body, and it is bullet and bomb coming yellowish, your flesh fla.bby, France's but tho highest the treaty. France is a member of protest in pigeonhole No. 345,750, proof. As further protection a guard it may bo duo to Indigestion or to a the league. Tho covenant provides subdivision XYZ, there to wait tho Is locked up in tho car with every sluggish liver. KeSxaAtng Senator Reed's Chamberlain's Tab- that the league council shall tako pleasure of tho British anglor and his Icaguo covenant, ho said shipment and can not bo released un- lets correct these disorders. m cognizance of any dispute threatencolleagues of Italy, Spain, Japan.Bra-zll- , njmii tho American people til the destination is reached. ing to disturb tho world's pence. An Belgium, and Greece. In the StaUfWK wOxat tho Icaguo really was t THE GREAT TOTASH other provision requires that disputes meantime, tho German troops would 22x4entwtt1i thank him for his opposl- DEPOSITS OF GEHMAXY over Interpretation of the peace treaty bo digging In, whole France, a trembshall be referred to tho council. Still ling suitor, would bo standing in Lon.'.Stormy 'Session. Tho potash deposits of Germany, another provision binds members of don, knocking nt tho door of the 8!fen5r Reed has been ono of tho which wore discovered by the Prus- tho league to refrain from tho use of league of nations. opponents of tho proposed sian Government In 1S13 at Stassfurt forco until they have exhausted all What n sorry Jest upon tho world! &fc3B5a'a: Nations, and had announc- i ask tho patronage of the cltl whllo boring for rock salt and which tho resources of the league. What a plan to bo suggested for tho !ZOns of Hartford and tho traveling occur 'WH.ifeaar .l ,hosen as a delegate-atin upper layers of rock salt in The leaguo of nations was created curbing of such tigerish passions as .fcuatft? lw would not ho bound by in-- 1 public in general for tho following tho plains of northorn Gormany, have to stop war. Why doesn't it stop tho thoso of tho Huns and Turks! iai.wjT'.i'Skii-- to "vote for a plank indors- - i reasous been estimated to occupy a volume of war that is now threatened? Why Yet tho people of tho United States During tho past 3 years I havo 10,700,000,000 cubic metors and to doesn't it call Franco to account for are told thai they aro morally bound 7ax. IPTfttlerlck D. Gardner, Judgo tried to servo you well and havo contain 20,000,000,000 metric tons daring to send her troops into Gor to Join unreservedly the league of na- V4X SCn'.Wriivea, 6f Jefferson City, Dr. made regular trips between Hartford of potash salts, corresponding to mnn territory? Why doesn't the tlons: that them i nn nthoi- Elrvranr.-'JJnkins, pastor and and Beaver Dam, rain or shine, sum- about 2,000,000,000 metric tons of league council summon France nnd that tho world will burst into war "Kansas City and Judgo mer nnd winter, good roads and bad, potash '(K. O), a quantity sufficient to appear and submit their less tho league is formed; that tho YutatJ("FJ.l;':iniiigton, Springfield, were regular to supply the world for 2,000 years dispute to arbitration or conciliation, league will provont Others havo not mado war by adjusting .'i.taamh-WHi;ateswith a hull trips and only servo you in good wea-tho- r. at tho presont rate of consumption. according to tho covenant? j nil disputes that may arise, and that nur women to ho named VArJXJUwuta These beds, according to tho United The answer is simple nnd plain. France will again bo tho victim of fMrer I charged you only 50c nnd war States Geological Survey, Department Tho league of nations does not and Gorman atrocity unless tho leaguo Is 'rea.KjrJfctlon of delegates camo nt tax, through the winter Just tho same of tho Interior, wore first exploited cannot stop war. It is impotent, ex- - set up as a barrier, ifbTjAten.j(iX Nvhat party leaders Bald j as In summer. about I860, and havo furnished prac- cept for purposes of Intrigue and in- -, It is possible that American g. Uio stormiest sessions iu ( vto. Others aro charging 75c tically the entire world's supply of France does not trust nl of the leaguo of nations may ho a Klftrauwi. JTJemocrntlc politics. I havo never failed to glvo Hart- potash tor many years. tho league, but relies upon tho stout burning question in November, but "fiiuiwnouiuBi greeted tho ford a good word or do its citizens a hearts of hor sons. When the it is also quite posslblo that the yoporis of majority and good deed whenever tho opportunity Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. treacherous enemy breaks tho trea- - league and the peaco treaty itself (numbers of tho Resolutions prosonted Itself. The great benefit derlvod from tho ty there is nothing for Francq to do will be obsolete by that time. The SSiwiMfcfctBu toiich'mg ou tho Leaguo of My cars leave Hartford at tho fol- uso of Cbamborlaln's Cough Remedy but move forward nnd compel tho outbreak of war between Franco nnd TCCivcwuti covenant, the former, which lowing hours; 4 a. in,; 9:40 a. in.; has been gratefully acknowledged by Germans to meet tholr obligations. Germany might change the situation nz. aopted, being an indorsement 12:30 p. in.; 2 p. in.; and 7 p. in. many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blakeney, If France, Instead of Instantly entirely by scrapping tho treaty and ""iiJiStUFat reservations which tend to Hartford headquarters at Casobler & Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's checking the Germans in their steal- - opoulng tho way for a victory of armn --entisiabfapVT nullify" tho past, whllo Taylor's Restaurant. Cough Remedy is by far the best thy attempt to nullify tho treaty, had Imposed upon tho prostrate Oormans 3xnVtf(0cjr opposed the Leaguo and I slncorely thank you for tho many medicine for colds aud coughs wo drawn up a protest and filed it with in Berlin. If Franco should not bo thu Missouri favors of tho past and cordially in- havo over used In our family. . I Sir Eric Drummond, secretary of tho compelled to fight, it certainty totho-- 'National Convention vite your patronago for tho future. give it to my children when small for leaguo of nations, sho would havo that sho would not ceaseisatatho bohest .u plank in tho national 40tf tsaawose-'Jo- r J. E. CURTIS. croup and havo taken it myself." m been literally complying with the of tho leaguo of nations, Sho is mtli.. .SsMifltor Reed was denounced axuSCFtuSsfid ly a number of speakers. ""IBtauwirJ has suffered long nnd StowSWins. jiatlent, but .her hour of struck," Frank Curleo of JSQL.ZuarK..saId in opening tho debate afijjr J&of; position. l?7ibired.that "Senator Reed's UB&JUKslaIiensos .antedated his tx . tho League of Nations "CswsEaft,"" ami asserted that by his SEKE3K.in. lha Senate during tho war cUujuxzsiXor'equlvocated and led.tho country to won-cs- r aa&x2ber. IMIssnurl was not more jpjrv&feKxum : than MrirpZSZafMhs and Col. E. M. f Kansas City, made pleas six3i?i.Q51.b(! sent to the convention &JuxtXSirTu823ie of party harmony. TSEtaaSacnator, Mr. Curleo said, con- . ift J for a number of years. "I was a great sufferer from chronic indigestion," continued Mrs. .Wilson, "nnd I don't guess anybody ever had to go through with what I did. I was very weak and nervous, and nt times had thoso dreadful smothering sensations to the point of fainting. I had dreadful headaches, severo pains in my back and over my kidneys nnd my Joints ached all tho time. For two years I had to live entirely on boiled milk, toast and soft boiled eggs, and even that didn't digest well, and would sour on my stomach. I didn't know what it was to get a good nights sleep. I took ono kind of medicine after another until our house was almost filled with empty bottles, but instead of improving I was getting worse all tho time. Finally they took me to the hospital for treatment 'and I lay there for five long months,- but even that didn't make me well. It was taking nearly every cent of my husband's wages to pay my doctor and drug bills our drug bill alone - P. m HE'S THE OLD RELIABLE year. You know genuine "Bull" Durham never an enemy; jnillions of friends. Genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco you can roll 50 cigarettes from one bag. That's some inducement, nowadays. 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Wo havo got to set its feet firmly again on tho solid highway of progress. Wo havo got to start It nyo, and kcop it on the road of justico to all and from all, tho road of prosperity, of thoso things that aro best for ovcry man, woman and child among its inhabitants. Wo have got to rcstoro Amer-icnnlsto America, This Is tho gigantic task. Glgnntlc but wo can do it. It is up to us. Thore's no doubt about that, and wo aro going to do It thoroughly. Rut wo must be fit in every fiber NOW. Wo must perfect our training ed m GREECE FETTERED WITH WITCHERY EBjKttBBBBEZ3KT TOLLS jaaTaWiff9akv- - Senator Jones Has Plan To Aid Coastwise Shipping By Edward N. Dinglcy York, April 21. Chairman o, Jones, of tlio Scnnto Commorco has fathered n proposition to exempt American coastwise vessels from Panama Canal tolls. Such n move would bo a roturn to Republican principles and the Republican policy of encouraging and protecting American shipping engaged in tlio coastwise trade. It is the only sort of American shipping which has received the protection of Congress. Yet since the Democrats canio into power American ships in tho coastwise trado novo been placed in com- petition with all other vessels In tho matter of transit thru the Panama Canal, An Interesting history lies back of this return to Republican policy. Tho Republicans started with tho plan of exempting such American coastwise vessels from paying canal tolls. Tho canal was built by Americans with American capital. Why should it not be used by American ships, frco of charge? Is It not a part of tho coast of tho United States, practically Now Com-inlttc- Superstition and Ancient tiches Retard Relief Work Fe- NOW. ir Steady Republicans! Do now what you did 8. during the i World war. Repeat tho patriotism of 1917-1Hold tho boat steady. Tho winds mny blow. We havo reached the may placo whero tho run. But remember that the ripples do not show tho direction of tho main current, which flows surely and strongly undorneath this eddy and cross-currents that froth. Hero Is no moment for llttlo things. Wo havo to perform a task worthy of our party strength, worthy of our party history; wo havo n patriotic nawork to do that Is epoch-makintional. Upon our performance will dopend tho future of tho country. Tho chronicler of centuries to como, tho generations of Americans to be will look backward at these now approaching years as of tho most tremendous Import In tho development of American policy and It Is tho Republican party that Is to direct that development. Let us permit no distraction. No acrimony among us. No potty bickerings. Nothing NOTHING must decrease tho certainty of our doing well that which wo aro certainly about to bo called upon to accomplish. !Lct no stones bo put into tho snowball).! Loyalty to tho party first. Loyalty to tho party always. Loyalty to tho party that is to savo tho country. g, speaking? Policy AVns Chnngi'O Tho Democratic National Convention indorsed the policy, and Mr. Wilson, accepting tho nomination, Indorsed the proposition. It was American and a Soon after President Wilson took over the reins of government, this policy was changed. Tho President asked Congress to repeal tho law. Congress obeyed as it has obeyed always. Speaker Champ Clark took tho floor against tho repeal measure. The President won becauso ho had the power and tho patronage. The effect of tho repeal of tho law was to tax Amorlcan constwlso vessels for transit thru tho canal just as British and German ships wero taxod. American shlp3 carrying cargoes two American ports thru tho canal wero compelled to pay tho same toll which foreign ships paid. This practically was admitting foreign ships into competition with Amorlcan ships so far as canal privileges woro concerned. It was charged that British and German shipping intcr- ests brought pressuro to bear on tho administration to repeal tho law. Howover, tho President's victory was not popular. Ho was sevoroly with yielding to foreign in fluences. Subsequent events seem to justify the criticism. Tho Panama Canal has boon tho object of foreign, especially British concern, for some time. President Wilson appeared to play tho foreign game to tho disadvantage of America. Tho Republicans propose to return to tho' American and patriotic policy of assisting American shipping In tho coastwise trade. It is a part of the great Republican policy of protection. vote-getter. en ed ., 'J , .t " Surgeons agreo that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho first treatment 13 most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is ap plied promptly, thoro Is no danger of infection nnd tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or boast. Borozono Is the ideal antlsoptic and healing agent. Buy It now nnd Prico bo ready for on emergency. 25c, 50c, 51.00 and $1.00.Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. Si.75 BEER MEASURE PASSES IN NEW YORK m prudent mother is always on tho watch for symptoms of worms In her children. Paleness, lack of interest in play, and peevishness is tho signal for White's Cream Vermifuge. A few doses of this excellent remedy puts an end to tho worms and tho child soon acts naturally. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug A Company. . w STEADY REPUBLICANS I i iV- - f By Will H. Hays. Chairman of tho Republican National Convention. Steady, Republicans! This, of all times, is tho time to keep tho ranks firm. Wo aro In the front trenches, posteach and eved on tho firing-steps,- " ery one of us, and our duty there Is to koop our eyes every second on tho opposition. Don't let anything In tho rear draw our gaze from tho enemy's lino! This is the Imperative call to the performance of an Instant duty. Steady! Lot not the certainty of Republican success, which means so much for the country's welfare, be lessened in oven the slightest degree by any inability to order our own affairs. Our day 1b already certain the day of Ropubllcan victory but wo and we must have got to remember NOW, that, sure as the remember dawn is and bright tho day will be, tho moments before its arrival must not bo allowed to bo fraught with threatonlngs, for tho daylight will be of small use to us In our task of Jng tho most of it, if wo bHnd before Its coming. Let us keep our feet on the ground we must! Let us keep our eyes ahead it is our duty, Let us keep our minds clear if we Albany, N. Y April 24. Tho New faYork Legislature today acted vorably on a 2.75 por cent beer bill. Passed In tho Senate oarly this morning at tho close of an session, tho bill was acted favorably upon In tho assembly this afternoon. Tho vote In tho lower houso was 35 to 75. The bill is Intended to provide that tho 2.75 per cent beverage may bo Bold to be drunk only in restaurants, clubs, and hotels in first and second-clas- s NOT DEAD cities. The bill is so drawn as to pervent the return of tho saloon, William Wirt, Akron, Ohio rubber Senator James J. Walker, its sponsor, worker may be officially dead acsaid. cording to government records, but . unofficially, he. says ho is enjoying SPECIMENS OK FLYING REPTILES IN KANSAS life. Wirt was officially reported killed Lawrence, Mass., April 24. Speci- in action during tho war, but is back mens of tho largest flying reptile of at his old job of building Goodyear tho Kansas world some flvo million ktires. Tho other day, on tho new years ago, wero dug up recently in the bronze memorial tablet for Goodyear fossil beds of the states by Handel T. men killed in action, which has just Martin, curator of the Kansas Uni- been placed in Goodyear Hall, the new employes' recreational institution and versity. has been given the homo of Goodyear Industrial UniThe name of pteranondon by scientists. versity, he was surprised to see his They describe it as having a wing own name engraved. Needless to say it took about two spread of from eighteen to twenty minutes for Wirt to register a comfeet, small body, slender hind feet plaint and have bis name removed and stump tail. from the tablet. "Elected your studios yet?" TREE-BORNOPALS. "Not yet", said the lad in tho d school. "I'm going to take history it The American Museum of Natural tho tall girl takes it and all tho stuHistory in New York now has on exdies elected by that dazzling blond." that wero hibition eoino near-opaCourier-Journa- l. formed on trees in Nevada several -mm She George, you looked awfully thousand years ago. Evidently an earthquake uprooted the trees ages foolish when you proposed to me. ago and they were suhsequpntly burHe Well, very likely I was. Lond led in a swamp the don Opinion. water of which acted on the wood, preserving its structure but converting it into opal, almost the same as the valuable opals used in the manuFor Infants and Children facture of Jewelry, all-nig- ht bird-reptile co-eE ls silica-charge- Athens American nurses In tho Balkan countries havo met with some curious customs and superstitions among tho natives, particularly in tho matter of tho caro of children. In their daily round of duties they havo oncountercd all tho evils of witchery, charm cures and weird beliefs which tho centuries havo handed down. They have found it difficult to ovtraercome theso hoary, moss-grow- n ditions and "wisdom" of tho ages. Tho methods of tho medicine men of tho North American Indians aro not mora fantastic than those employed by tho untutored mothers of tho Balkans. Prom tho moment a baby Is born, tho vital point in his life, as the mothers see it, is to protect him from tho spirits of evil which hover over his cradle and follow him thru the day, always watching, always waiting, always hoping for tho opportunity. Some of the means employed by Greek mothers to banish theso sinister spirits aro most extraordinary. TJio poor child has to endure many strange ceremonies before his parents feel at all sure of hi3 future. Dab of Mud. One method much In vogue Is to placo behind the baby's ears a dab of mud. With this "charm" in position baby, his mother thinks, has not much to fear. Nearly all the children brought to tho American Red Cross clinic in Athens have this smear of mud on them. Only after frantic pleading on the nurse's part was this wolrdi custom abandoned. Tho finger nail myth Is also much respected. Tho belief is that If a baby's nails arc never cut and aro permitted to grow pointed and long, he will, when ho waves his arms about, scratch tho faco of the ddmon of theft, nnd the demon, disliking it, will fly away and not possess hlm-sp- lf of the baby's soul. Tho crust lack of caro and dirt forms upon a a baby's head is tho subject of much On suporstltlous reverence. its charmed presence and thickness some Balkan mothers bellove dopend many vital things- - Tho cutting of the infant's teeth, tho sureness of vision tho activity of hl3 limbs, and, most important of all his intellect, rely entirely upon its preservation. .When tho American nurses go to the root of tho belief they find it all revolves about tho old fear of the soft skull opening nnd exposing the brain. So deep seated is tho belief in ovll that even at tho solemn cermony of the Greek baptism th priest and the godmother exorcise tho demons by blowing their breath in tho form of a cross over tho bdby and also about tho room and at tho doors and windows to prevent tho further entrance of wicked spirits during the ceremony. The sacred oil with which the baby I? anointed In baptism must not bo washed off until after forty days have elapsed. 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On seeing the liner stop the launch made for shore. The case of liquor was ordered in a "safe place" by Purser A. F. Horn. When the men ho ordered to this duty appeared on tho scene, tho case be had vanished. On. one or two occasions! UfeznatE ter, while the ship was. stesatiCsc'K!" the coast, passengers worc?cifefreiE going- - to .tho rail andt tht awafeae8afi the sea objects that bobhfed2aaaa3 33et-p-ed in the foamtng.wakJC ofLt&aEBuui-tiol- t. Captain Baughman is that the liquor was of tSfcrwjiter-io- n dtrxs-sUCsrmt- a passing vessel' front Bomc&traatmz port with the understand&cer t3Aa& persons on snore, would tilcJiiffiraact supreme council. Settlement of the borders of tho Holy Land Is to be left to France and Britain, It was decided. The question whether Erzerum, the big fortress city in Armenia, is to be Indeassigned to that newly-create- d pendent stato will bo referred to President Wilson for decision. U. S. Recognizes Armenia. Washington, April 24. Armenia was formally recognized today as an indopendent republic by' tho United States. Similar action has been decided on by the allied conference at San Remo. The American recognition was in the form of a note addressed by Secretary Colby to Mr. Pasdermadjlan, Washington representative of tho Armenian republic. Notico of the recognition also was communicated formally to the diplomatic corpa abroad and to the allied conference in Italy. Tho recognition makes no attempt to establish boundaries for the new republic. This is left to be determined later by international action. Tho present de facto government has been in existenco about two years and has its capital at Erivan. San Remo, April 24. Tho supreme council has decided to ask the American government to assist the new republic of Armenia financially by a loan in which other countries may Join. U. S. Ambassador at Session. San Remo, April 24. Robert Underwood Johnson, American ambassador to Italy, attended the sitting of the Supremo Council this afternoon for the first time. His instruction from tho State Department at Washington were brought to him by Harrison from Paris. -allied The tersest electric storr in the world advertises WRIGLEY5 1 on Times Square. New York: City: it is 250 feet Ions, 70; feet high. Made up of 17,286' electric (amps. The fountains play, the trade mark changes, reading alternately WRIGLEV'S' SPEARMINT. DOUBLEMINT.. and JUICY FRUIT, and the Spearmen "do a turn.' t This sign Is seen nUzhtlv by about 500.000 people from all over tbe world.. Le-la- nd FIND BOOZE ON OCEAN, PASSENGERS "DOWN IT" Sealed Tight DDHIUUa Kept Right A7' C ASTO the R rA In Us For Ovr 30 Years Always bora SIgnatuieofi fFmzzs? 24. The San Francisco, APr'l White Flyer liner Humbolt arrived recently from Los Angeles with a greatly puzzled commander, Capt. E. G. Baughman, and a number of highly if secretly elated passengers. Tho Humbolt was off tho Santa Barba coast at dawn on this particu"I understand she married blm for lar trip when tho watch on deqk sighted a floating object within a few his money." "Did she get it?" hundred yards of the ship. In tho "Finally, in the form of alimony." offing a motor launch appeared to r: Saturday wo wouldn't have tho disaro served that way, and Just why tho REVIVE TREATY IS appointment of hoping to have clear not have been present whites should wator on Monday. and tho blacks wholly excluded Is TALKED IN SENATE something hard to understand. The rubllslictl Weekly by Squire Buck Dean, who has just PRINTING COMPANY Herald did not state ns to whether HARTFORD sold his flouring mill at Dundee, says were any white pooplo present there Incorporntcrt from an honest miller's tho or not.and as it said nothing about Underwood's Election As that useddust coat, broadcast, will mako a fine we presume that nono wore there it, W. S. TIXSIiKY, Editor Leader Starts Mild'Re-servationis- ts suit of hair grow upon tho slickest mul Iibslncss Manager. If that bo correct, so much tho better, and baldest of heads. If Judge Wil as "nigger" equality wns not forced Again son, TInshop Nail, Judge Wedding ; Entered Recording to law at tho upon any unwilling subjects of tho and John King want to fool their Postoffico, Hartford, Ky., ns wall Commonwealth. With the Herald's matter of tho second class. time away in 'searching for tho coat lucid explanation of tho matter and Washington, April 27. Democrats of an honest miller, thoy are more meekly accepting its version of tho to communications Address nil point "of of tho Senate today elected Senator than welcome to do so. Lifo Is too whyforoness of it all, tho The Hartford Republican. tho "Gold Pen Incident" comes now Underwood, Alabama, their , loader. short, I have something else to do, Selection was by unanimous ypto, and besides traveling expenses nro too to an end. ended several months' regency by high and I don't want to becomo a NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Senator Hitchcock, acting leader slnco "sort of wandering Jew nohow." Subscribers desiring tho' paper sent EDUCATION' PUI1LIO SCHOOLS, to a now address must glvo tho old tho death of Senator Martin, Virginia address In making tho request. A Rial says It's a dura shame tho open school-housfree to all, Mr. Hitchcock last week withdrew "An Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per lino for each ad- evidences the highest typo of advanc- from the contest, and today 'propos- way clothes wear out, more particular trousers. Ho says ho put on nn old- ditional insertion. ed clvilation. It Is the gateway to ed Mr. Underwood's name. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Revival of treaty talk In. tho Sen- like pair 'toth.er morning and Miss progress, prosperity, anu nonor, ami of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for was the immediate result of Mr. Rial stopped him 'as he was going each head line and slgnautre, money the nest security for the liberties and ate In advance. Independence of tho people. It Is. Underwood's election. Mild reservn-tioni- st out and told him ho would sure be Republicans said they would arrested If ho went up to town that Church Notices for services free, strongest rack of the foundation, but other advertisements, lc per tho most enduring stone of tho temple discuss among themselves a plan to way, so he yanked out another old tho word. will of liberty, our surest stay In every get a round robin of Senators willing pair and to his chagrin and dadgum-me- d Anonymous communications disgust the holes 'In the second receive no attention. storm, our present safety, our future to vote for ratification with certain pair just about matched the fissures hope, aye the very citadel of our In- reservations. This plan may be suggested to Mr in tho first pair, and that he had to TELEPHONES fluence and power. It is better than 59 Farmers Mutual guns, than forts and Underwood with the request th"at he skin on the third pair before he was garrisons and 123 Cumberland in Its execution with a presentable enough to come out on fleets. An educated people, governi ed by true moral principle, can never vlow to sending word to President tho streets, and then he still had Sen-at- o cold spots on, his anatomy below the APRIL 30 take a backward step, nor bo dispos- Wilson, should a canvass of the FRIDAY show that G4 votes could he ob- waist line. of their citizenship and libersessed tained for some programme, that if ties. - It's our own and private opinion James Glenn has assumed the noPermanently engrafted upon the he would resubmit the treaty it would that one Owsley Stanley is fixing to policy and legislation of the state, it be ratified. tion that he wants to get himself In lose another "dawg" in Kentucky. is free to all; to It all are invited and Some of the mild reservatlonlsts shape for ready housekeeping, In Though he may be able to find his welcome, without money and with have hoped all along that Mr. Un case something does happen to him wife's people's liquor. I out price. It is supported with derwood would be chosen leader, be- before the close of this leap year generosity by tho people cause they felt that he would lend James has a nice chest of knives, We notice where a profiteer who boundless compro- forks and spoons, alleged to bo of tho of the State, open to the children of himself more easily to a new had been arrested, committed suicide. mise effort than Mr. Hitchcock. stuff for which W. J. Bryan was onco or exiled sothe humblest If the same thing happened to all journer within citizengates, as freely Among this group there is a disposi- very strong. Tho young man with our profiteers, the coffin manufacturers ungrudgingly as to tho native tion to regard unfavorably the de- tho erect lightening rod, says having J and undertakers would certainly reap and all of this tablo stuff, It would take born or the children of the most opu- claration of peace by resolution. There a but what's the use? Immediately after electing Mr. Un- him only a few minutes to round up dislent. Within itsf Jurisdiction all wouldn't be any of them left. tinctions, social, political and relig- derwood, Democrats discussed brief- the other things necessary to start It was ten- housekeeping, and that some fair all differences ly the peace resolution. The Democrats temporarily rid ious, are banished; It tatively decided that a caucus would Damsel is missing a mighty good hushed, all barriers removed. themselves of an lmmcnso amount of party nor church, be held later to take up the resolu- chance to select a'head tor her house trouble when .tho State Convention recognizes neither In failing o see him, while leap creed, condition, nor station, but free tion and other questions with a view hold, booted Senator Reed out after he had tb having an agreement, if possible year privileges yet remain. and been chosen from his own district as a as the air we breathe, its bounties of the entire minority. upon all." delegate tohe Democratic National benefits fall in measure m ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Convention. There may be some William McKinley, when" Governor of All persons having claims against Ohio. precedent. for the Missouri Democrats the estate of W. A. Maddox and JenSTRAY STREAKS action, but we do noV recall It, if we nie Maddox, both deceased, are hereROSLNE ever heard of it. by notified to present same to me. (By Fluke McFluko.) properly proven, on or before May Mr. Martin Thomas and Mr. Ira J. Ham Lewis in orating the other the ISth, 1920, or they will be forday said that the present National ad- Smith were In town Tuesday, on buslIt often happens with the most of ever barred. I ness. us, that, when we think we know a ministration had been against itself. This April 21st, 1920. Farmers here are getting restless thing from "A to Z" we have in That President Wilson had refused U. S. CARSON, Admr. on account of so much rain hindering fact, only touched the crust of the to create a party administration and W. A. and Jennie Maddox. subject. had kept Republicans In offlco. We tho planting of their crops. T. W. Wallace was very successful wonder why Annanlas and Saphlra, MOTHERS' DAY SERVICES his wife were made examples of any- In getting his car filled with chickens If all of us would strive at this place, Monday and Tuesday. way? The most tltantlc, national as hard to please others as the most There will be a Mothers' Day SerMr. Dewey Alford has his new en- of us strive to have our own way in blunder Wilson ever made was In tryin vice at the Methodist Church ing to do just this one thing, keep gine for his mill now and will be rea- things, how different would be the Hartford next Sunday at 11 A. M. Republicans out of office, and had it dy for work In two or three days. relations of the whole of us. There will be special music and ii Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Allen, Silvesbeen left to him Instead of the peosermon for the mothers. ple, there would not now be a single ter Autry and Mr. and Mrs. Georgo John King says since sugar has Tho second Sunday in May is Republican in either branch of our Cannon are in Render Mines this reached the price of 30c per pound Mothers Day, but as the second Sunweek, helping in a revlyal meeting, his wife has discovered that a fine National Congress. day is our day in the country wo are being conducted by Rev. Willis Car-de- n Juicy beef steak is better served with going to have our Mothers' Day Serand Rev. Guy Marlow. The Wilson administration and the costly sweqt 3tuff than it Is with vice next Sunday morning. , Senator Hitchcock, It's "Ace" of the salt. Next Sunday is "Go to Sunday NOTICE TO FARMERS whole pack, could not keep Bryan out School Day" in the State. Let us of the Nebraska delegation to the NaFailure to say what we really mean urge every one to attend Sunday Those of you who are thinking of and the lack of a minute's hesitation tional Democratic Convention, and School at that date, and try to have a the Peerless One was inclined to be organizing ice clubs must commence for proper Interpretation of words full house for both the Sunday School against the League of Nations and taking ice on or before the 20th of poken, by both the speaker and hear Service and also the preaching ser was bonedry to the core. Bryan's May, 1920, if you want any reduced er often creates a chasm requiring vice at 11 o'clock. wholesale months of time to bridge. success with the homo Democrats is prices. Will giv)) you There will also be services at the the more significant when you con- prices if you take out 1200 tb., 4 Methodist Church next Sunday even-in- g any club sider that he, like Lansing, whether blocks weekly, at one trip, The luck of some people is simply at 7 : 3 0 P. M. Every one cordialthat falls to take out four blocks or stunning. For instance, take the ly invited to all of these services. 's voluntarily or by Invitation, quit every week violates the contract case of Arthur Kirk, about f the smallCabinet at a critical time, and more A hearty welcome to ALL. Come let Jn fact sanctioned the Lodge reserva- and will be forced to pay tho retail est married man in this town, and us worship together. get any more Mrs. Kirk don't hesitate to take dictions to the Treaty or League of Na- price thereafter if they E. WATT SMITH, Pastor tions. There is certain to be "some ice. So make your contract on or tations from Arthur. Who'd a thought May. Will make it? fog" raised In the San Francisco Con- before the 20th of MORE EGGS! LESS FEED! vention before a soggy plank is nail- contract only for my own manufac Greater profits from OWEN Strain ed into the platform to be adopted ture. Cannot say what I may have It rains almost every Sunday and White Leghorns. Eggs $1.50 for 15. to pay for ice above my own make, muddles the water up so that It Is White Orphlngton eggs same price. there. ELLIS ICE CO. MRS. R. E. FUQUA, not fit to fish, in on Monday. If it 17-Hartford, Ky would take to raining on Friday and 41t4 Governor Cox, of Ohio, in talking Hartford, Ky. "at" the farmers of the dark tobacco district, in his aim to have the State MEMORIAL FOR DR. WAYLAND ALEXANDER instruct for him for tho Democratic nomination for President, reminded of Quito a number of us somewhat of Dave Kncheloe in his Dr. Wayland Alexander, deceased, afaddress here last fall. Cox charged tho Republicans with the demoralized ter considerable discussion, have de.condition of the tobacco market, slm, cided to call a meeting of all of his ply because the Senate would not former students residing in Hartford, for the purpose of swallow the League of Nations with- or elsewhere, out reservations. Bill Himes could creating an organization with the as easily, and with as much warrant view of securing sufficient funds with tor truth and argument, state that which to erect a suitable monument The Resources at the Bank's Command. the drop in tobacco wii due to Wood-ro- to the memory of the departed Educator, in Oakwood Cemetery. We are The Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. Wilson's falling to let Democratic members of the Seriate ratify the certain that this can be dono with The Confidence of the Public. treaty with the reservations, as the small contributions from each of the The Fair Methods that Have Ever Prevailed great majority of them really wish many who have attended kchools as ed to do, and 'would havotdpne had Dr. Alexander's students. EspecialTo the man who has no banking connection, we It not been for the Wilson influence. ly is this true if we can net in touch Then tobacco, might have been with those scattered throughout tho now issue this invitation to connect himself with this country. 500.00 per hundred, who knows? bank. As a depositor is absolutely safe Feeling that we owe this token of and as a borrower he will be accorded as liberal "The Gold Pen Incldent'has been respect to the memory of tho great terms as is consistent with safe banking. formally explained by the Herald, Educator, and joining with tbos9 who which ,we. hereby and .hereon ex- wish to discharge a pleasant duty, we for press our profoundest thank) and hereby call a meeting of all those in-- 1 gratitude. We clearly and at once terested, at the Court House in Hart- -' I Bee that that bad boy, Ed' Morrow, ford, Friday, May 7, at 8 o'clock p. m. Come in and talk with any official of the bank. ' ROWAN HOLBROOK, had no right either morally oi otherWe will give you the advantage of our experience if DR. B. B. PENDLETON. wise,' to have Negroes witness the you want it. signing of a statute designed to preprisoners over to vent tho delivery of COME mobs for execution in Kentucky. To to Sunday School and Stay cap the whole MAax, Ed went and pen jvf (th which be signed gave-thQhio County's Oldest Financial to Church on l the bill, to a&'NJgger," N&w, we all -- School Day Institution. know that no negroes are over nlol- ' ueu in neuiucity( u vuiv. wmiio wea IV1AI &u WCM . The Hartford Republican Now is the Time to Buy Buggies, Surreys and Wagons e, We have a nice stock, fully guaranteed. Carload JOHN DEERE Farm Implements just re- paid to your railroad station. We will be glad to send you literature about any of the above mentioned. If you ar; interested in the LALLY FARM LIGHT PLANT, write us and we will give you full information promptly by mail. ceived. If you are going to buy anything in the above lines write us and we will send you our price, freight Jake Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY, Fordsville, Ky. THE MAXWELL! New in Beauty, Old in Virtue t onq-four- th '"tfi$ " "f lT f -- s Wit-Eon- MAXWELL CARS have stood the test of time and service. The latest model is a thing of beauty, and when you look "her" over and let us demonstrate the many superior qualities you'll agree that "she's the baby" for this section of the countiy. We're at your service. ACTON BROS., HARTFORD, . rfrH--H"I"M"I"H..- 4t KENTUCKY I The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things Star Theatre HARTFORD, KY. t w Three Corkers TUESDAY, MAY 4 comedy, "Yellow Dog Catcher." 'FRIDAY, MAY 7 "Daring Hearts" featuring Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne. Also the 12th episode of our serial, "Smashing Barriers." Is a girl's judgment as good as a man's in matters of love? See the Vitagraph superfilm, "Daring his-mone- y Star Ranger" featuring Wm. Farnum. Also a The big special, "The Lone two-reel Our Facilities Are at Your Disposal Hearts." BANK OF HARTFORD ay SATURDAY, MAY 8 "Luck In Pawn" featuring Marguerite Clarke. Also a two-recomedy, "Zip And Zest." el A "TO""' "' " fr Mrs. Mollio Camp, of Habit, and Miss Mary B. Taylor, of Maceo, R. D, Lauterwassor returned Tuesare day from Madlsonvlllo, wliero he had P Coats and Coat Suits! another Suits. We have just received guests this week of Mrs. B. II. Ellis been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith, for a few days. and Mr. Ellis. Mrs. Nettle Reld, of Rockport, will Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. to bo the guest of Thomas Harrison, of near town, died arrlvo hero Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Gillespie and Saturday of heart ailment. Tho litfamily, for several days. tle child was only about four weeks old. The remains wero burled In tho Miss Helen Lashbrook, of Owens- Gentry burying grounds, near Narboro, will arrlvo hore tomorrow, t(j rows, on tho day following. be tho guest of Mrs. A. D. Kirk and Mr Kirk, until Monday. WE BUY, raise nnd sell s. rabbits and other Havo plenty of Ico to supply nil Place your order with us, trndo. Havo your Ico Boxes ready and list what over stock you havo ELLIS ICE CO., for service. with tis, stating lowest flat prices Hartford, Ky, on large shipments.. Address 515-51- 7 N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. m Dr. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, left this morning for Chlcngo, 111., where Messrs. John Tlchenor and Hu he goes to tako a course in tho bert Ross, who havo been visiting School of Chicago. relatives. here and at Centertown, re turned to Detroit, Mich., last Satur' Dr. Jess Bean, of Horse Branch, rv day, whero they havo positions. They turned Wednesday from Now Orleans, wero accompanied by Maurice M. where ho had been to attend the Barrass, who "goes to tho Michigan American Medical Association. City to seek employment. , to-da- y, fur-bearifur-bearinni-mnlPost-Gradua- te shipment of Spring Coats and Coat Right fresh from factory to us. ELEGANT in STYLES, RIGHT in QUALITIES. LOW in PRICES. MUNSINGWEAR IS TRUE ECONOMY IN UNDERWEAR Because of its unusual" d'uras-bil- ity and wearabflily;. ifs quality of fabric, perfections of fit and finish,togetheirwftIir; If .you need one, get in touch with us at once. Skirts 4 !b mm. A large and well selected line. Come in many styles, and a varied line of .materials. Our prices will interest you. WHY pay more? Ladies' Blouses. We do not mean to boast, but folks that know, say that our waists are the prettiest ever shown in Hartford: 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. j ia6o Republican APRIL 30 T. The Hartford FRIDAY.. Robert C. Owens, of McHenry, was in town Tuesday, on business. Mr. H. P. Taylor went to Louisville Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Miss Kathleen Turtor Is spending in Owensboro, wlth'her the week-en- d PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Salmons lCc per can at ACTON father. Rev. II. C. Truman,, of 'Fordsville. was in Hartford Monday night and Tuesday. bros. Lime, Plaster and Cement, 39t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hill, of the High Miss Graco with her Squire W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was School spent the week-en- d parents, of Rockport. In town Tuesday. LOST Brass Hub Cap off autoSir. R. 3. Martin, of Cromwell, mobile Return to garage of TAYwas In town Wednesday. LOR & MORRIS and recolvo reward. . We pay cash overy day for eggs and For price on that now Rubber Tire poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Buggy, latest style, write FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., Mr. L. S. Iglehoart, with Carson Fordsville, Ky. & Co., was In Louisville, Wednesday. Mrs. J. A. Bennett is spending the. When In need of coal call W. E. week with her daughters, Mis. J. W ELLIS over either 'phone at his resiSandefur nnd Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, dence at night, or the Homo 'phone and their families, of Nocreek. nt Ico Plant In tho day time. We are In a position to do any kind of haulREPAIR That old Deerlng" Qr ing, havo a No. one truck and can Mower while the Weather 1.) give. you quick service. Will do your bad. Get your repairs of servico as cheap as any one. W. E. ELLIS & BRO 4414 ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford" Ky. 42t4 Hinton Leach returned to Lexington Monday, where he Is a student In On account of the increpsed cost of K. S. U., after spfinding a few days coal, repairs, ammonia, gas, chloride hero with his father, Prof. Henry of calcium and map power ice will be Leach. 10 cents higher on the hundred lbs., to all trade. As to car ice we are FOR SALE Ono well built, not in a position to .make any prices old Mule, IS hands high. Works in advance, (as we can not get prices L rip im i. anywhere. Call over Home phone or In advance. Have never been able PEARL SANDEFUR, Beaver to contract ice for the write in Dam, Ky. July and August. ' ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. Mrs. T. S. Marks, after visiting 42t4 relatives in Owensboro, and her daughter, .Miss Mary Marks.rat CalRAPID FREIGHT. houn, for several days, will return home today. Bond brothers loaded out a car of mules, --which was shipped from St , Tho wrecking of a coal train, on the Louis, Mo., Wednesday morning and I. C. R., a few miles below Norton-vlll- the car arrived here early Wednesday during the latter part of tho rilght. Freight congestion would be night Wednesday, delayed traflc for unknown if all matter could be several hoursv handled as rapidly 'as was. this car load of mules. Good for the L. & N. LlttlC Lula D. and Earl Franklin, SUNNYDALE. children of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Martin are spending a few. days with their Miss Ethel Gilliam is slowly imgrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. It. B. proving. Martin, at Cromwell. Mrs. Reat Norrls Is slowly improv- 4'I"M"M',t"M"M''H"M"H"t"H ing but is still confined to her room. The-W- . O. W. Camp No. 321 isUo for Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT quick Lunches, Confectlonaries, Can- give a pie supper at the Hall Saturday dles, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits. night. Everybody invited. A number of the farmers of this TATE'S TRANSFER cars make conall Beaver Dam trains. neighborhood are preparing to grow nection with tomatoes for tho canning factory at I. L. Denton, of Fordsville and Hartford. Dr. Mrs. J. W. Kirk, accompanied by Dr. W. L. Barrett, of Deanfleld, reyesterday from New Orleans. her mother, left Wednesday morning turned La., where they had been In attend- for Evansville, Ind., where they will ance at tho American Medical Asso- visit Mr. D. R. Willis and family. Mr. R. L. (Bud) Taylor, who was ciation. seriously injured in tho wreck of Squfro W. S. Dean has sold his the motor car, several days ago, and milling Interests at Dundee, to Mr. c'arried to Madlsonville for treatment, Claud Renfrow. Squire Dean con- returned to his homo Wednesday. It templates leaving Dundee, but not Is hoped that he Is recovering, ' :: before sometimo in the late fall or BRITISH RHINE FORCE IS coming winter. SMALLER THAN AMERICA'S :; over-demao, - its moderate price, Mimsmg-jwear is enthusiastically en--dorsed by millions of thrrffijj.-and patriotic Americans.. We have it in many styles? and fabrics for men, wojueni and children all sizes-Come in and let us sKow? you the many practical s of Munsingweaiv fear-ture- Ladies' Union Suits, $1.25 to $1.50 Men's Union Suits, $'75 to $2.QQ; Carson (Si Co A ,i . Hartford, Kentucky. Buy Your Paints Now We have saddle and harness Tho London, April 27 The number of stallion Maxle Tenbrook owned by British troops on tho Rhine Is approxDr. L. B. Bean, will stand at tho Hartaccording to a stateford Fair Grounds this season.. This imately 14,000, ment made in the House of Commons fine young horse can pace a mile In Churchill, 44tt today1 by Winston Spencer 2 minutes and 12 seconds. Secretary for War. There are French troops in that district, Wo received two or three communi16,000 American and 20,000 Belgian. Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, cations this week which were unsignWe have all kinds of good seed x spent Saturday night pnd Sunday ed and for that reason consigned to 44t4 NOTICE FARMERS! corn. here, the guest of Miss Kennedy Col- the waste basket. Under no clrcunv of d Wo will have at once a W. E. ELLIS & DRO. stances can we use an article except International farm Machinery and lins. who the writer may be. high-bre- d 95,-0v car-loa- and the best line of Varnishes, Oils ami other painters supplies to be found.. Our stock of Wall Paper has. jus arrived and is in style and up-to-da- a line of the best Painis te quality. 00 See our line of Flash Lights, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobaccoes, Box Cam-die- s, 1 Ai. For fresh Grape Fruit and other thing- you need. Call and see our in Hartford. The Blue Ribbon Stove has short Fruits, Candies and all things in that CAL P. KEOWN. flue, heats quickly and consumes but lino. line come to our place. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. little oil; DOES NOT SMOKE, it CASEBIER & TAYLOR. M,ss Anna Rae Car80n ,3 vIslt,nE 42t3 money, oil and time. Let See-42t- FOR SALE Ono 5 room dwelling we know Implements, consisting of most any- ;m Farming Tools and Machinery for us refer you to our satisfied customTO HOLD OPEN SESSION this week. all your needs, whether it be a tractor ers before you purchase. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. may be procured of 44t4 The Ladles' Aid of the M. Er Brookfield Creamery Duttor, nono or garden rake, 42t4 Church will hold an open session at W. E. ELLIS & BRO. better made. Get it of CASEDIER Customers who do not consume 100 the church Monday afternoon, at 3 & TAYLOR. pounds or more of Ico daily will pay o'clock, A program will be renderMr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin returnthe regular retail price. This applies ed, after which a short period is to be Cuscade'n's Cream served in cones ed Monday, from Owensboro, where visiting relatives for a to all trade. 10,0 lbs dally 80 cents devoted to the social side of lite. and saucers at CASEDIER & TAY- they had been ' per cwt., 200 lbs. dally up to 300 lbs., We.aje requested to announce that 43t3 few days. LOR'S Restaurant. 75 cents per cwt. 300 lbs. or more the Ladles of all other churches and Mr. L. G. Barrett, of the Herald, ($0 cents per Cwt. of the town, are cordially Invited to Mr. Walter Richards and Squire ELLIS ICE CO. attend. were here went to Louisville, Wednesday, to atB. F. Rice, of Fordsville, ,4 tend a convention of the S. A. OrTuesday, on business". YOUNG MAN GONE. In the publication of the list of stuganization. dents of the local school who were on Mr. Geoffrey Barnard, after spendShtaklcv Martin, aged 19 years; Adaburg, the honor roll, last week, the name of Miss Susie Haym.ond, of ing some time with his parents here, from Daviess County, Miss Martha Pate shuld have appear- !son of Mrs. R. B. Acton, died at tho has returned has returned to Akron, Ohio. where she had been visiting trends ed, sp we are informed, but due to an I home of bis grandfather, William oversight on the part of the party Scbroader, of Red Hill, April zut or relatves. ' Mr. E. G. Schroeter returned to and who furnished the copy for us, her tuberculosis. Funeral services were Earlington Monday, after spending conducted on tho following day, n( The 1400 acre tract of coal, tim- name waB ommltted. a lew days here with his family. Mt. Vernon, where the remains were bered and farm lands, known as the We expect to start Ice delivery lad to rest. Aberdeen Coal Co., property, will be Dr. A. U. Pate, of Russellvllle, will The deceased Is survived by bit at Aberdeen, May 27th. See ad Monday, April i9th, 1920. "Will place spend thisweel; end here with blJ sold 40tli all Ice in your refrigerator In quanti- wife,, mother and one brother.. vertisement in this issue. brother, Mr. A. E. Pate and Mrs. ties of 25 lbs. and up. Less pieces will r Daughter A cejtajij young mas We will give .5 per cent discount be placed on front lwh1ki jso, please a is paid on have your change or tickets ready if seni me inese iiawajBium cash iNGiTTiK vour farm property and on Ice books where Don't, say "a certain your representation of book, otherwise no you expect Ice, and have young man," my dear. There is non4 other buildings in the old and relia- discount. frigerator ready for ice man. Company. ble, Royal Fire Insurance of 'era certain till you've got 'em.- -r CO., ELLIS ICE ELLIS ICE CO., CAL P. KEOWN, Edinburgh Scotsman. Hartford, Ky, 42t4 Ky." 4214 ?Iarordl rv Agt. for Ohio County 43t4 iuuiuwb-Mamm- lliCUUa UUU JCIUllira m uuiimi.. Baves you LADIES' AID M. E. CHURCH ti Brushes and many other articles too numerous to mention. We carry a full line of Patent Medicines in addition to the most complete stock of Pharmaceuticals. We also have a complete line q Columbia Grafonolas and Records See them before buying. Visit our store and get our prices. jj Ohio County Drug Col lBCo'rporatq1 I Hartford, Kentucky. II tl IHIIl IN HHH Ml immMMMMII I H atuta'gr ..,.,'' Roberts, deceased on April. Zf. LATE HAITENINGS Ida H. arnard recently quaIitttEV IN COUNTY COURT as administratrix, of tho estate aCWC George P. Cooper was appointed P. Barnard, deceased. J. E. Thompson qualified April: and qualified as administrator of the estate of Lula Wolfe Cooper, deceas- as guardian of Bessie Pearl Tbaaie-so- n. ed, oh the 26th. II. E. Sbultz qualified as adtaimt-trat- or U. S. Carson, Public Guardian and of (be estate ,ot Frank Shultg.. administrator, was designated as ad' ministrator of the"1 estate of S. C, deceased, .on the 21st. u.-o- .' . . . States. But, notwithstanding this, less attention has been given to the production of oats than to any other important grain, so that yields often IJEAVEH DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. as to have been unsatisfactory and tho crop rates, and hence tho situation, Judge It. W. Slack, Owoniboro. TOHACCO StTUATIOX. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonneyi. nn Italian market for American to- sometimes unprofitable say specia Clerk It. W. King. Extension Division, College of Agrif 3 Coui'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartIt does lists of tho United States Department l'eoplo With Thin, l'nlo lllooil Aro bacco is not encouraging. ford. culture, Kentucky University. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. of Agriculture. not seem reasonable, therefore, to Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Listless And Wnnt to do Tho essentials for success in oat Marshal R. F. Stovens. expect a recovery in dark tobacco Master Commissioner Otto C. MarLittle. After a caroful Investigation Into prices until theso abnormal economic production arc tin, Hartford. tlio condition of tho tobacco markets conditions arc relieved. FOKDSVILLE. land that Is retenTrustee Jury Fund Cftl P. Koown, More llcil lllood Cells Needed. of tho United States and such foreign tive of moisture and fairly fertile. Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. countries as Information can bo seGood seed of suitable varieties, Service of Market Stations Famous Tonic 1st Monday in March 13 days Clork Olla Cobb. cured from and based entirely upon a thoroughly cleaned and graded and Tnko Market stations maintained by the Com'th. and Civil. nml sny "Let's Go," Instead normal production par acre, for tho Bureau of Markets, United States treated for smut. Polico Judgo C. P. Kcssinger. Of "Let's Don't 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. tobacco acreage now In sight, tho De- Department of Agriculture, In sever Early seeding with a grain drill. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July 13 days partment of Markets submits tho fol- al of tho leading cities aro well termTho harvesting of tho crop nt the When normally healthy, ambitious Com'th. and Civil. lowing report for tho Information of ed "branches." They reach out In proper time. people begin to lack energy and tiro 3d Monday in Septembor 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR tobacco growers and buyors In this overy direction from the central ofCareful shocking and stacking so FOR PRESENT YEAIfc easily when they are quickly disCivil. ' state: Connected by wire and mall as to preserve tho crop from injury couraged and low In vitality, it usual- 4th Monday in November 13 days fice. acreage to b levotod to to- service, Tho thero is constant circulation by weathering. County Board of Education E. S. ly means their bjood has grown weak i Com'th. and Civil. bacco In tho U. S. will probably In- of vital news, out and returning, beClean thrashing. v Howard, S. S. O. C. Such peoplo aro called anemic, or crease, by about ten per cent over tween them and tho office In WashDirections for making tho growing COUNT1 COURT. Build up tho blood and Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. 1919, Kentucky will chnngo the least ington. Tho raw materials, so to of oats moro generally profitable aro you build up the health nnd spirits. Meets first Monday in each month. In acreage of any of the great to- speak, aro gathered and worked over given in Farmers' Bulletin S92. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. n Is a pleasant-tastin- g bacco producing statPf. Indications to make tho market reports, roviows, Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. red blood builder and It contains excrop acreage will be Increas arc that and press articles which aro distri- Hon Much Ccronl Food Should He actly tho elements which poor, palo Clerk W. C. Blankcnship. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Duned from ten to fourteen per cent In buted for tho benefit of the public. Used In Diet. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. blood needs to become rich, red blood, dee. Carolines and Virginia, and five The market station man works from tho Cereal food of one kind or another Superintendent E. S. Howard. Red blood means rosy cheeks, Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosino. hundrid rer eiut In Georgia Tho the early stir of activity in tho mar- forms a largo part of almost every bright eyes, a clear brain, a firm Jailer Worth Tlchenor. tbo Increase oi the latter ket section until tho day's stint is wholesome and economical diet. As it Dlv. No. C Otis Stovens, Beavor-DaTax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Pepto-Mangstep. has placed tliat farmer In Geor- finished. lies In tho a general rule, the greater the part Surveyor C. S. Moxley. thousands of people who needed gia are taking to tobacco as a means played by cereals the cheaper the Coroner E. P. Rodgors. enDlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Ccntor-tow- n. building up In tho of utilizing acres attacked by tho If a broody hen is transferred to diet. Up to a certain point ono may ergetic, vigorous class. It change:! not now suitable for cotton. FISCAL COURT. cut down the quantity of meat, eggs, Foreign acreage seems to have in- a new nest, she should bo moved at butter, sugar, fruits and vegetables the "let's don't" attitude to a "let's County Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday in April and night, so she will become accustomed go" attitude. Recommended by phycreased very little, but the condiHoward, Mrs. Birdie Mldkiff and-Irused and substitute cereal foods, but October. to and will not abandon the new sicians for thirty years and sold all tion of the India tobacco crop Is Jones. food specialists in the United State i 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, over the world. greatly Improved over that of tho Teachers Institute, Sent. 13th Department of Agriculture say there Route 3. n Is sold In both liquid same nerlod last year, with a nor 17th. is a limit beyond which this can not and tablet form. Both contain tho 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav therefore, there! Guinea hens usually begin to lay In bo safely done. mal production, er Dam. April or May, and will lay 20 to 30 same medicinal ingredients. EXAMINATIONS should be a considerable increase in A sample day's ration for a family n at your drug Ord District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Buy tonnage over that produced in 1919 eggs before becoming broody, If not of father, mother, and throe young 4th District G. W. Rowo, Center-towCommon School Diploma May . Something like three time as much allowed to sit they will continue to children In which cereals are used as store. Bo sure tho name "Glide's" lay throughout tho summer, producWithout "Guile's' is on the package. and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dan tobacco was exported during 1919 as freely as is considered wise, contains Btli District W. C. DauGherty.Balze-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. ing from 40 to CO or moro eggs. is not was normally sent out of the country, pounds of bread it about 4 and one-ha- lf May 21 and 42 County Teachers' and the demand for this tobacco in or its equivalent In a variety of ce0th District W. S. Doan, Dundee. Mnko Farm Homo Attractive. Examination nt Hartford, (White). great, was not suffiEurope, altho 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. A homo and its surroundings must real foods; 2 quarts of milk, 1 and May 2S and 29 County Teachers" cient, with the available outlets, to pounds of medium-fa- t bay leaf, or thyme; and materials 8th District B. C. Rhoades. Hart Examinotion at Hartford, (Colored). any measure, as fast bo attractive in order to te most up- meat, 10 ounces of butter or consume It, in other such ns vinegar, pickles, or current ford, Route 6. Juno IS and 19 County and as it was beins shipped. As a ro- - lifting .to tho family, visitors, and fat, one-ha- lf pound of sugar, and 4 Jelly; spices, such as pepper, cloves Farmsteads especially Examination at Fordsvllle,. HARTFORD. jsult, the glut above mentioned, now passers-bynosd attention in order to secure sat- - or 5 pounds of fruits and vegetables. or "curry" mixtures, and sharp or (Whlto). 0,,of0 m Rnmn European countries. Mayor J. E. Bean. conditions says the United In this diet the cereal foods supply highly seasoned meat sauces are all Juno 25 and 2C County and Clerk J. A. Howard. We have, therefore, this year, a full factory of the protein. types of flavoring materials which States Department of Agriculture, about one-ha- lt Examination at Hnrtford, market in America as was the case; Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. are useful for varying meat dishes, (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebier. last year, but with tho difference that i The farm home and the farm business- Profits in Poultry Flock Lie In Good ooo Sept. 17 and IS County nnd State Europe Is not demanding tobacco in arQ so closely related that the suc-nIn general it Is more difficult to Marketing. ROCKPORT Tcachors' Examination at Hartford. fact, cess of the latter Is reflected in the Trnnt mmntltv as before. In The marketing of the product, par- - remove stains from wool and silk than Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (White). some English firms are willing to ex- - appearance of tho former tlcularly eggs, has an important bear- from cotton or linen. In removing Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 County and Statoport tobacco from England to Ameri made from two Polico Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford,. Memory mid Habit Count in Colt ing on the profits of the flock. Un- stains from materials ca, iq order to lessen their tock. der most conditions It is impossible or more kinds of fibers, such as silk Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). Blinking Price Indications for 1020. for the farmer to seek a special mar- and cotton mixtures, tho posslblo efThe breaking and training of colts the acreage now planned, if With upon all says the ket for his eggs, but he should be fects of tho stain removors a normal yield per acre Is produced is of prime importance, very careful to see that the eggs are of the fibers should bo considered. the price of all hurley, except the United States Department of Agri- - gathered regularly and frequently No chemical should be used which highest type of cigarette leaf, should culture, because their future value and promptly taken to market. would injure the most delicate of the show a marked falling off during tho and usefulness depend to a great ex- present. on whether or not they are well Failure to do this is responsible for fibers inarket season of 1920, and even tho tent o O "O the spoiling of a great many eggs. tW7 3". highest quality leaf may suffer from broken. By a broken colt Is meant In place of the pastry crust for When the methods of buying are type one that is safe to handle In the stacompetition with the Virginia H Jf 1 1 J 11 nilk 11 11 M luch that payment Is made for good meat pies, a mashed potato crust is Since 1917, there has been a constant ble or on the road and that will eggs only, a plan FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE which is becom- sometimes a pleasant change. This Unsolved In water promptly obey the orders of the drivof for douche stop trend toward an ing more widespread and bids fair makes an attractive way of serving pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamtobacco but this was not felt because er or rider. to be compulsory In most States, the meat arid potatoes together instead mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Memory and habit are the two of the sudden economic changes at Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. will suffer a decided monoy of as two separate dishes, 'close of the war, and the high main factors with which we have to farmer A healing wonder for nasul catarrh, the ooo busiloss If he does not make it his sore throat and soro oye Economical. prices of last year's burley market deal in training horses. A horse Shepherd's Pie Line a dish Hu cttnofdinuy cleumna end fltroicsJsl nwrr. ness to see that all tho eggs delivered were a direct result of the lifting of acts through instinct and habit, and are anissuti. or po.rd by I 3lSt around the sides with mashed posurplus stocks in this country and a one of its greatest characteristics is ue. fresh and marketable at full val tatoes prepared as for the table, then Vni). ThePnlonTc3rtComwiir.Bi.loo.Mam. A Safe Old Fashioned partial failure of the Eastern Ameri- uniformity of conduct. What a & One of the greatest causes of spoil- fill with minced lamb, veal or any can crops, together with a reflected horse is once trained to do he will Remedy for Worms Vnmr ed eggs during tho hot summer sea- other left over meat, well seasoned advantage from a short crop in India nearly always do under like condi- son Is Seventy-fiv- e years contin the development of chick em- and mixed with a little gravy. uous use is the best testiwhich caused' burley tobacco to bo tions. ooo bryos In fertile eggs. This loss Is TREY'S VERMIFUGE monial The first thing in training a horse exported In far greater quantities Cover the top with mashed potatoes preventable simply by producing Incan oiler you. 30 I than ever before. With these advan- Is to get his attention. The second fertile eggs. All Keep a bottle always on that Is needed to and crlss cross with a knife. Put in tages nullified, it seems reasonable is to make him understand what is 2) hand, it will help keep accomplish this Is to separate the oven and heat until hot through and the little ones happy and to expect burley tobacco to recede In wanted. The education of the horse (pn) male birds from tho females as soon well browned on top. healthy. ! price in the market of 1920. Land is based on reward and punishmen m as breeding season is over. AH SOcabotueatyourdrurgist'sor suitable for the production of high The reward, a pat on the neck, etc., the the general store: or If your dealer There Is more Catarrh In this section 1 Succeed eggs sold will then bo infertile of the country than all other diseases when everything else fails. can't supply you, send hie rutmo typo burley should, however, produce should Immediately follow the act of ... uhvuui jj;u3ituuaa ana lemaic and 30c in stamps and we'll put together, and (or years was supa obedience. The punishment, to be and incapable of embryo develop posed to be Incurable. DoctorsIt prescribed send you a bottle, promptly. a good revenue. weaknesse they ate the suori-m- a ment. L & S. FEEY, Ballimore. Hi. local remedies, and by constantly railing remedy, ai thousands have testified. Tho situation in dark tobacco is effective, must Immediately follow to euro with local treatment, pronounced entirely different from that affecting the act of disobedience. FOR KIDNtZY, LIVER AND It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, Important Poultry MnIins greatly Intluenced by constitutional conFew horses are inherently vicious, burley, for while burley is chiefly usSTOMACH TROUBLE ditions and therefore requires constituIt is urged by tho United States De- tional treatment. it is the best medicine ever sold ed in domestic consumption, in a horses are made vicious and unreliaHall's Catarrh Mediover a druggist's counter. country which can afford to pay high ble by the carelessness or unneces- partment of Agriculture that all cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, is a constitutional SSMBHSinHBBBH sary brutality of their trainers. If a farmers and poultrymen adhere remedy, Is Ohio, Internally prices for manufactured tobacco, the WILL taken and acts tho harness strictly to the following principal thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces "Western Kentucky dark tobacco finds horse kicks because TAKE System. One Hundred Dollars rea market chiefly In European coun- hurts him, or shies at something of rules in handling their poultry and of the Is offered for any case that Hall's ward eggs: Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for tries and, more especially, in France which he Is afraid, punishment is not Keep the nests clean; provide one circulars and testimonials. and Italy. The present deplorable Justifiable. If, however, after being F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. situation in dark tobacco is a direct stopped, a horse starts before receiv- nest for every four hens. Any fool knows enough to carrv Hall's Family Pills for constipation. A Treatment: Gather the eggs twlco dally. result of two factors, tho present sit- ing the command to do so, he should an umbrella when it rains, but Keep the eggs in a cool, dry room for WEAK uation of foreign exchange, and the be punished. Horses are naturally LAUNDRY FOR FACTORY the wise man is fact that growers were either unwil- obedient, and when thoroughly train- or cellar. LUNGS or Market the eggs at least twlco a ha who carries ling or unable to market their tobac- ed their conduct Is uniformly good. Feeding ten thousand dally In four CONSUMPTION LLxammm one when it is A horse should be trained so that week. co early in tho season. large cafeterias, and caring for tho Sell, kill, or confine all male birds only cloudy. The first factor acts moro as a he thinks there Is no limit to his sick among- 35,000 factory workers blockade of trade as a depressor of power to do tho things required of as soon as tho hatching season Is ov- means a lot of soiled linen and lots Any man will A quick relief for tbat tired, rundown feeling, er, so as to produce Infertile eggs. prices, as the rate of foreign exchange him, and believes that ho has no powsend for a doctor couihs, pains Ini cheil. nlfht sweats, hemor. of laundry work. In fact it means ihaget, weak lung-- or consumption. If It does in Italy and France is such that to- er to do that which is against tho The male bird has no effect on the so much laundry work that The Goodwhen he gets sot help you it costs you nothing. of eggs produced. bacco, at any fair price to American wishes of his driver. Above all, nev- number bedfast, but the OHIO MEDICAL GO. year Tire & Rubber Company anLock box 010 growers, represents a very large ex- er ask of a horse something he Is unCOLUMBUS o. wiser one is he Asparagus is ono of the earliest nounces that it will install and oppenditure when translated into able to perform and then punish him erate Its dwn laundry in the future. who adopts Fronch or Italian currency. This because it can not be done. If dur- and most wholesome vegetables and The laundry will be fully equipped proper measures should bo grown in overy home gari situation makes trading, in any large ing tbo first year of his work a colt Is and in charge of an experienced before his ills quantity, almost Impossible, as the hitched only to loads ho can pull, he den where it can be produced suc- laundryman, and will have a force become V-VEserious. During a hard cessfully, say specialists of the Unitpower of the consuming public to pur- will develop Into a good work horse, of 25 working in two dally shifts. winter or the following spring one chase tobacco at such prices is limit- while If he is overloaded a few times ed States Department of Agriculture. The laundry will handle several feels tired out, weak As a canned product asparagus Is ono ed. The farmer and buyer in hand- he may become balky and worthless. pieces of table and bed lin and nervous. Probably you have of the best, because it retains its fla thousand ling tobacco for these countries, must suffered from a cold, the Grip or vor better than most other vegetables en dally. Suitable plantings aro necessary to also take into consideration the specflu, which has left you thin, weak ulative feature involved in verylng unite tho parts of a farmstead into a Whole corn is the best feed for and pale. This is the time to put tobacco prices and shitting exchange pleasing, homelike whole, say spex., your system in order. It is time rates which make any undertaking In cialists of tho United States Depart- sitting hens. Do not use soft feed, INFLUENZA 1 this connection more than ordinarily ment of Agriculture. Trees are us as it may cause diarrhea. Water, for ed for windbreaks, as frames for tho grit, and dust baths should always bo starts with a Cold liazardous. A good, alterative The second factor is accounted for buildings or a background for them, provided. and temperance tonic is one made Feel rtcht all the time. Don't lay ol Kill tho Co'.d. At tho by the fact that delay in sending and to give, shade. Shrubs are needof wild roots and barks, without from work for days by taking calomel sneeze tako Hints For Tho Housewife. to France and Italy has allow- ed in abundance to hide partially the keeps yon the use of alcohol, and called Dr. when pleasant Lio Ver-La- x HILL'S A loaf of bread should be light in your ed other countries to partially supply foundation line of buildings, support Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery; pn your feet, while rclloving tako. troul le. Safer too, and easy to DoriX the demand which existed at the time their corners, give reasons for turns weight, considering, its size, and in tablet or liquid form. This is uuto anyuunrj cise. iou can't auord in drives or walks, and to screen un- should have a symmetrical form and of the armistice and which nature's tonic, which restores the it Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys crust. tern exists, to a great extent. Franco Is sightly objects. Natlvo trees and an unbroken, golden-brow- n tone of the stomach, activity of ural and relieves constWtinn. . A remedy, natural in likely to become a heavier buyer of shrubs and thoso known by trial to The crust should be smooth on top the liver and steadiness to tho In its effect and certainits actions, sur1 in results. dark tobacco, provided that English thrive in the locality aro tho best to and should have a certain luster, to nerves, strengthening the whole won't bo lone before vdD Standard cold remedy for 20 year which tho term "bloom" has been exchange rectifies Itself, because any use. system. First put up by Dr. Pierce completely displaco calomel in ever in taoici lorm aie, iur. no given. English exchange Is improvement in nome.t Children can take piaiet orcaaa up a cow in z over 60 years ago, now procurable with perfect safety. Everyit freely tm) relieve trip In 3 days. hour o bottle quite likely to be reflected in an im- Too Little Attention Given Oats Money back if it lath. The at any drutr store; or send 10 cents anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles guarNori Vegetables of distinctive flavor, twVriUpnLaVc' tni Ine box has a Ked provement in French exchange rates Production. genuine without the likeness and Signa top with Mr. HlU'a to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, This statement does not apply as Oats rank next to corn and wheat in such as onions, carrots, or celery; picture. biro oX L. K. Grigsby. For sale by " Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. crop acreage and value la the United savory herbs,, such as parsley, sage, At Alt Drug Stun -- .Strongly, if at all, to Italian exchange Is Wk SWaLIAMf, -- BrjfCa0l, FARM DEPARTMENT. "OH, LET'S DON'T" . DIRECTORY Well-prepar- Pepto-Mnngn- n, "run-down- ." Popto-Manga- if an boll-wee- d, a Pepto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Manga- n. one-four- th State-Teacher- I Stato-Tcachor- J EvcryWoman Wants Mothers use "H VfWmp J ForthetMdreiriL, YerMi iu&e -- i Sfeetrie! Hitters YOU. OUR In the Spring Time GERMINAL REMEDY 9 run-down, house-cleaning. kl FOR. ONE MONTH ,A USE LI R-L AX slsBaSBSBaBBSs For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation.. co fintk to-d- CASaRAlrfQUININI n. oo mi ' EXPENDITURES OF S, A, ACCOUNTS FOR BIG LAND SALE On May 27th, 1920 At 1:30 O'clock P.M. There will be sold at Aberdeen, in Butler Co., Ky.r about 1,400 acres of Coal, Timbered and Fanning Lands, known as the Aberdeen Coal Co. Land, and the Aberdeen Ferry at public auction to settle the estate of the late Mrs. N. J. Wilford. This land is located on Green River just below Morgan-towand is the land on which the Aberdeen Coal Mine was once operated. It is said that there are good prospects for oil upon it. There is a good farm in operation upon this land with farm houses and out buildings. The Aberdeen Ferry is equipped with new ferry boat and will be sold including ferry house and a small piece of land on east bank of Green River separate from the main body of the land. n, rrtj SALVATION SHOW ARMY FUNDS COLLECTED IN s5BBSi fct Contents 15Tluid Drachm' tN ifm, $13,257,552 LAST CAMPAIGN CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Commander Evangeline Booth Makes Public Annual Home Service Fund Accounting. EXPANSION OF WORK iN ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTED Colonol William Evans Makes Public Financial Statement for "0 K" Province. K2a Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria LCOHOL-0rEnGEN- Popular Organization's Budget for 1920 Totals $10,000,000 Details of Figures for 1919 and 1920. Moro than a million and a half dol lars will havo been spent by tho Salvation Army" in tho "O. K." Province dur-ln- g tho twelve months ending May 31, according to the official statement Just mado by Provincial Officer Colonel T. J 'cJmJintinihcFoodbyReula- linllicStMnadisafidDcitfcbor AVcsSefablcrrcpamtimfarAs-- Always Bears the L New York, April 12. Expansion nnd advancement In every department of Salvntlon Army work ns a result of the 1010 Homo Service Fund nre shown In n full accounting of tbnt Fund Just mado public by Commander EvnnBellno Booth nt tho Nntlonnl Headquarters of the organization here. The llnnn-clstatement, which Is of January 31, 1020, shows total expenditures throughout the country up to and Including that dato of $13,237,532. with a remainder on hand for the four months For particulars, address to May 31, of $910,140. Details of the statement disclose that the sum of $1,411,185 wns expended up to January 31, for the maintenance of 030 torps nnrt outposts In CADIZ, KENTUCKY. nil parts of the United States. This Hem Includes rentals of bnlls nnd their maintenance, salaries of 1,800 ofllcers, L the expenses of work for children and young people, tho cost of all local relief work of whatever nature, nnd such Incidental expenditures as postage, printing, stationery nnd the like. In the period covered by the report tho sum of $1,0SS.429 was expended by thirty-fou- r provincial and divisional headquarters for fresh-ai- r farms nnd enmps, comprehensive relief work of a special nature amongst the poor, tho sick nnd the distressed. These head quarters aro charged with the overSaya 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Wat Relieved sight and direction of nil corps and similar activities In their Jurisdiction ns well ns the extension of Salvation After a Few Doses of Black-Draugh-t. Army effort to unoccupied fields nnd localities. Hence, this Item includes nlso salaries of executive ofllcers, or Moadorsvllle, Ky. lira. Cynthia doses of clerical and other employee's, necessary Seventy yeera of successful use hat traveling expenses, postage, the cost of Hlgglnbotham, of this town, uayrv "At advertising, publicity and n portion of a the expenditures incidental to the ormy age, which is C5, tho Hrer docs mado Thedford's standard, household remedy. Every ganization of the financial enmpaigns. not act so well ns when young. A few Details of Expenditures. member, of every family, at times, yeara ago, my Btomach was all out of Other Items detailed in the need the help that can Include the sum of $G21,009, report reprefix. I was constipated, my liver give in cleansing the system and re senting ndmlnlstrntlvc and other exdidn't net. My digestion was tad, and lieving the troubles that como from penses borne by National Henrqunr-ter- s In New York and Territorial HeadIt took so llttlo to upset me. My constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, quarters In Chicago; $187,309 reprepetite was gone. I was very weak... etc You cannot keep well valcsa your I decided I would giro ' Black- - stomach, liver and bowels are In good senting tho cost of operating and maintaining 23 rescue homes and maternity Draught a thorough trial as I know it working order. Keep them that way, hospitals, a general hospital nnd one t. was highly recommended for this Try It acts promptly, for children, 3 children's homes and 11 nurseries; ana trouble. I began taking It I 'felt gently and In a natural way. If you slum settlements andaccording to the $400,000 apportioned tetter after a few doses. My appetite feel sluggish, take a doso tonight 1010 budget for the pension fund for improved and I became stronger. My You will feel fresh tomorrow, Prict aged or disabled ofllcers. Most significant, ns Indicating the bowels acted naturally and the least 25c a package One oaat " remarkable advancement made by the troubln vra toon righted with a few All GruccUr Salvationists during the past year as n result of the 1010 Fund contributed that ho was guilty of violating Ar by the country, nre the lifting of mort$1,831,103 and FRENCH SENATORS ticle 7S of tho military code. He wns gages to the nmount of say. the outlay of $7,038,S34 for new buildasked it ho had anything to ings nnd additions, making a total of DANISH CAILLAUX Calllaux replied: "No, I havo noth- $S,01O,023. ing to say." Hitherto demands upon tho SalvaMnltre Domargo then said for tho tion Army's efforts have been so much dofenso: "Calllaux has been found greater than Its Income that It has Gets 3 Years In guilty ot tho crime with which ho labored under a tremendous Indebtedwas not accused and against which ness, Its ofllcers hnb been reduced to Prison And Five In ho was not dofended. I let you take part pay year after year, and tho orExile I appeal to jus- ganization has been handicapped In Its tho responsibility. operations. tice, I appeal to Franco!", Not All Mortgages Liquidated. Only n part of the mortgage Indebtedness was paid off last year, however; Aro You Happy? Paris, April 23 Tho sentence detho lncrcnsed demands upon the Army cided upon by tho high court for To bo happy you must bo well. If everywhere in tho country being so iormer premier Calllaux, It was learngrent that Increased and new facilities ed this afternoon, besides threo years you aro frequently troubled with con- for hospitals, rescue homes and other imprisonment and payment of tho stipation and indigestion you cannot Army Institutions called for the outcosts of tho trial, includes banlsh-mo- bo altogether happy. Take Cham- lay of moro than $7,000,000. Army for flvo years and loss of civic berlain's Tablets to correct these dis- ofllcers hopo that tho responso to the orders. Thoy aro prompt and effec- 1020 Homo Service Appeal will be such rights for ten years. m ns to permit of tho wiping out of much tual, easy and pleasant to take. Tho tlmo during which M. Calllaux of the remnlulng mortgage indebteddeducted, was under arrest will be ness, provide for tho maintenance of however, leaving him but ono month HUMAMA TO RECEIVE PAY the organization's established activities rOK OILFIELDS DESTROYED and make urgently needed extensions 4o sorvo. and development possible. plana for tho Whllo M. Calllaux's When the British army In tho BalTho 1010 balance sheet shows tho have not been made public, futuro go to South America kans retreated through Rumania in followlog : it Is said ho will Expenditure Reserve 1916 the oil wells of the Rumanian To Jan. 31. To May.!. after his release. Oilfields, Ltd., " wore For support of mo tho most Consolidated corps activities. "Thoy foared to make prevent them from fall- Maintenance of 31tl.4U.185.15 147,235.48 popular corpse In Franco," said M. destroyed to provincial & divienemy, ing into the hands of the sional hclqrs..... 1,688.4:9.63 297,133.93 Callaux to Maltro Moutot of his Slnco peaco has been signed tho com- Maintenance of national & territocounsel when the attorney informod pany government :o rial hdqrs....... 621.099.97 sued the British 63.474.09 him last night of the verdict of tho damages and tho court has Maintenance ot Institutions for lUgh court. M. Moutet this morning collect women and chilawarded n decision in favor of the dren 187,309.75 102,297.09 told of this remark of tho 400,000.00 plaintiff, in view of tho fact that tho Pension fund Mo r teases and "Do you think for a moment I properties slightest Illu- British envoy superintending the de- Total expenditures 8,919.628.4! liavo entertained the .. struction ot tho wells had promised for eight months 13,257,652.91 910.140.59 sion?" M. Calllaux asked his coun- to reimburse the owners. Reserve for four ; months 910,140.59 sel when the latter condoled with him -Orand (Amount total conover tho fear that the sentence would tributed In 1919), 14,167,693.50 be ono of banishment. Tho Army's 1020 budget, ashing for FOR FLETCHER'S M. Calllaux rocoived tho news of $10,000,000, calls for 54,000,000 to carry stolidly, showing; less 3ils conviction on Its ovnngelistlc and relief work In temper than at any time since tho tri,ow,wu for i.vuw Buimrmu cowers; al began. rcnui worn uiuuiig me poor, sick and HUMORS OF WEDDED ULISS ot unfortunnte, work fori mothers pnd During the morning's session ml--iv children, and other social work under court, attempts were made by tho A negro who had an injured head provincial and divisional headquarnf tho Senate to lnsort in tho entered a doctor's office. "Hello, ters; $250,000 for the maintenance of text a paragraph limiting its scope' Sam! Got cut again I see." national and territorial headquarters; and softening the severity oi mo "Yes, Bah! I done got carved up $400,000 for rescuo homes, nurseries, imposed. M. Calllaux s to be hospitals, slum posts and other instia razor, doc." nnrMunns WOrO IlgniWK im- - with 0 "Why dou't you keep out of bnd tutions for women and children ; f him of cltlfor the retired ofllcers' pension 't terly against depriving to pay, company " said the physician, after fund, and $2,200,000 for the liquidanBhin and condemning htm ho bad dressed tho wound. tion of mortgages and tho acquiring of itha coBts ot tho trial. " 'Deed I'd like to doc, but I ain't new properties mado necessary by the for When tho high court convened was got 'nuff money to git a divorce." Arms 1020 extension program. tho afternoon session tho verdict blm Current Opinion. Informing to M. Calllaux, xoad nl DENNY P. SMITH, - Executor !ii------LIVER DIDN'T ACT DIGESTION WAS BAD Black-Draugh- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- . Ex-Premi- er nt William Evans. Ot this amount $1,296,760.00 had been spent on January 31 last and there remained a reserve of $222,034.00 to cover the amount required between then and the ond of May, making the grand total $1,618,784.00. The greatest demand mado upon the funds available for this province, which includes Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennosseo, wa8 In tho liquidation of mortgages on tho property of the Army, to which $100,755.18 was devoted, and in the purchaso and erection ot new buildings to accommodate the greatly Increased work of tho organization hero. This cost $568,697.59, Tho debt which presented such a handicap to the work of the Army in this, as well as in other provinces, was the natural result of a long period of sacrifice, charity and insufficient support. For years it has been tho custom throughout the country to send tho needy to the Salvation Army where they always have received prompt and cheerful help; but It was too often overlooked that some return was absolutely essential If the institution was to maintain Us feet. The necessary support was formerly not forthcoming In the offerings cast Into the tambourine passed In meetings nnd tho Army Jias until now found It imperative to mortgage its property In order to secure money for tho car rying on of tho work. This old order changed for tho better last year when the new plan ot making a single annual Homo Service Appeal to the whole country was adopted and when, for the first time In its history, the Army was enabled to liquidate any considerable amount of its debts and to pay the full salary of Its officers, scanty though that Is. Support of corps activities for tho eight months ending with January took $138,046.00 while there remained a reserve of $116,300.00 to carry through May. This money covers the rental ot buildings In places where the Army does not own its establishments, lighting, heating and maintenance of these places as well as those actually owned by the organization, covers the salaries paid the workers In this province and includes traveling expenses, stationery, telephones and printing. Maintenance of provincial and divisional headquarters activities cost $376,6SO.0O, while $105,733.00 still remains unexpended and In reserve to maintain the work for tho four remaining months. These provincial and divisional headquarters exist for the purpose of supervising the work of the corps and the extension and development of tho Sal vation Army's undertakings geh'erally within their territory. This expenditure therefore represents the rentals and maintenance of buildings used for ofllcers and headquarters, salaries and tho expense of operating fresh air camps and relief work. This province's share, $22,627, went to bearing the expenses of national headquarters, whllo the national pension fund which exists to provide for ofllcers who havo grown old In tho service entailed the deduction ot $50,-00-0 moro from the grand total of the provincial budget. The women's work for tho Province took $39,973. Tho 1919 balance sheet for tho Province shows the following: Expended to Reserve to May 31 January 31 For tho support of Corps Activities $138,046.38 $116,300.97 Maintenance of ' Provincial and open-handed Signature Jr. A 9P WViV of Am tiltit Ssid Senna JlochMSaUt siI.B t"r ftbmSmd (lantiedSmr limtrmrrtnflmr . '. 4. In .i.iri..,frAr - $vsr 1" i ConitipalionandDiarrhoea 2" and Wrishncssand c ff Alt Use For Over l:v? Jo;a.C 3Si:a- '- jresultinSiwftc3MajnriincySignature," talc mm V hex's. ,ti NE5J Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TM CtNT-U- R COMPANY. NCW YOHK CITT. Get Rid of That Irritating Cough CSL Jt IfSoiS EL : V . 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OC 0, COFF'S Is Guaranteed to help yoc and your children. Every dealer is authorized to return your money without question li you say it did not help you. Coff & Sont Co., Camden, ff. S. COFF'S COUCH SYRUP Made ly S.B. Divisional Headquarters 376,650.16 M 105,733.45 Children Cry CASTORIA amt-ten- ce wo-m- 1G0,-00- Headquarters 22,627.80 Women's Social 39,973.00 Pension Fund.. 50,000.00 Mortgages 100,755.18 Properties .... 586,697.59 Following a careful preliminary survey ot needs and requirements the 1920 budget tor this province has been set at $3,000,000. This mouey will bo raised In the May Appeal and spent here during the next 12 months for the welfare purposes definitely explained In the foregoing paragraphs. The Salvation Army makes a public appeal upon tho principle that money, a medium ot exchange, commands the material things which constitutes relief for the worthy poor, the helpless and needy, the fallen and the stricken; upon the principle that the officers and soldiers ot the Army havo no desire to acquire or accumulate for their per sonal emolument any stores of money or chattels, but Instead have dedicated their lives to the work ot relieving others; upon the principles that while Its members must live decently, and are therefore entitled to shelter and food, they seek no reward in this life beyond the respect and appreciation ot their fellow men and women, and that they aro especially fitted, In consequence, both In spirit and experience, to handle money Judiciously and with utmost wisdom. National a intenanco lent by general fighting throughout the city between Jews, Moslems, Sinn Pelners are again conniving Arabs and Christians. The city has with Germany In an effort to furt'her witnessed rioting for many years at undermine the British government, it Eastbr, Christmas and other Christis declared. The Irish police havo ian festivals which the Turkish pounearthed a plot for an armed upris- lice had great difficulty in suppressing in Ireland and information has ing. With the Turks gone thosa in been gathered to the effect that cer- control of the city were caught untain Germans in Berlin were engag- prepared to put downfsuch disturbed to furnish the rebels with war ma- ances. Ten were killed and over 100 terial. Worried over the conditions injured in the outbreak. In the south and west part ot the country, loyalists in tho north are For the stomach and bowel disorbanding together for defense. Ap- ders of babies McGee's Baby Elixir is peals havo been sent to English sym- a remedy of genulno merit. It acts pathizers to aid thorn. quickly, 13 pure, wholesome and About 100 Sinn Felners confined in pleasant to take. Price 26c and 50c a Dublin prison for disturbances on per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Easter, created a prison riot recent- Drug Co. m ly. Fist they complained of ther treatment In the prison. Receiving MAX MIGHT LIVE 1000 YEARS no satisfaction they smashed all the furniture they could lay bands on and By tho aid of science the lifo of tore down a wall between two of the tho fruit fly has been materially When tho' wall was rebuilt cells. Dr. Eugene Fisk, head ot they demolished It again. The men tho Llfo Extension Institute, New were finally subdued and manacled. York, believes that by similar means Then they wont on a hunger strike, man's life period could be corresrefusing food until they became so pondingly prolonged, making It posweak that their handcuffs were resible for him to live 1900 years. He moved and they were transferred to admits, howdver, that 'such a thing the hospital. A general strike was as living 1900 years would bo torri-bio- ." called as a protest against the treatEdison recently said ho saw ment ot tho mon, and things are bad- no real reason why people should not ly tied up. live to bo centuries old, It they would According to an official announce- only take proper care ot themselves. movement has ment, tho Sinn Fein been responsible for about 1,100 outBad breath, bitter taste, dizziness rages In Ireland between January and a general "no account" feeling ,1919 and March 1920. Flvo civiis suro sign of a torpid liver. Her-bln- o lians and about 30 police, military is tho medicine needed. It and officials have been killed, about makes tho liver active, vitalizes the 32 were as80 were fired on and blood, regulates the bowels and resaulted. It la reported that tho re- stores a fine feeling ot energy and bels are planning to seize all the cheerfulness. Prico (jOc. Sold by land in Ireland under threats ot vio- Ohio County Drug Co. m lence and murder. IIUSII PLOT WITH GERMANS mm IUOTIKQ IN HOLY CITY Easter was celebrated In Jerusa- - Children Ory FLETCHER'S CASTOR t A FOR OJSmE t SOUNDS THAT DISTURB the Mlt. AND MRS. AIA'A DEAN RETURN' HOME Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva Bean, of who have spent the past few months In Hot Springs, Ark., nnd In Texas, visiting relatives, returned to their homo yesterday. While In San Antonio, Texa, Mr. Bean fell heir to a very painful, though not serious In prisoner A negro accident. chargo of some officer of the law. made a dash to escape custody and as usual In such cases, the officer opened flro upon tho fleeing prisoner and by chance Mr. Bean happened to bo In line with one of the bullets which passed through his thigh, resulting In an Injury that kept him In a hospital more than a month. Mr. Bean and wife were here yesterday afternoon, enrouto home. He has almost fully recovered from tho wound Cen-terto- WET FIGHT SURE IN SAN FRANCISCO saftfc37r!r 'How 'Ordinary Noises of WfcjfRt Affect One Who Is Alone In the House. fESaenway like; ghostly; uncomfortable. "Swntind.not thought much nhout tho ffflmnSJs, jmj way or another, when tho present. Accepted tho fnm- 'ZiKUiSr-vm- s MJeriOT mutter of course, nnd went sjSxtbS. sour way. Sat down after tho modi nnd rend the newspaper; jjwiEiRO.attontlon to tho swishing of a ,rssfaSta, nor to tho whispering of tho v 'vfia3vior'to tho creaking that forever ThSievB 5)laco nbout a house. Nothing ".VJanaaaHxl you, when tho family was at iTnaarvibut now, "with the family nway, -- ttvasylUng disturbs you and startles VJJlssaryou nro nionc nt homo nnd the ''CrfSftflsaonics on, nntl the noises begin -TOas,'t Is n lonesome feeling, Isn't It? Primaries Show Considerable Wet Sentiment Afloat. By LORENZA MARTIN. tho Clear Run Comctery, met last Saturday and mado a general cleanup. A never falling sign ot spring, nmong we pcbple of tho hills, fs tho protty hum of tho nutomobilo ns it spins along tho country-sidSomo day this may not bo true, for when the good roads moveniont becomes general wo will hoar tho automobiles not only from April to November but nil tho year 'jonnd. e. 4.MM188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206..;-4..H4'M"!,'l"M,4,'M'4'-4- ,i COMING! The Heffoer-Vioso- n 1-- v Stock Company j rEt5 (CourlerJournal) Washington, April 2S. Tho two outstanding predictions made generally here today among both Republican nnd Democratic party loaders, bas'd !" n tho results ot pre ferential piiifimes held yestordaj in New Jersey, Ohio and Massachusetts, aro: First That tho Republican convention at Chicago will bo open; that both the G .0. P. ticket and platform will bo made there; that tho convention when it meets will not be committed to any one candidate in advance, but, on tho contrary, tho majority of tho delegates who will be uninstructed, will be afforded an opportunity to act as the real deciding power In tho selection of tho ticket from among the entire list ot candidates. from Second That the returns preferDemocratic Now Jersej's ential vote remove all trace of doubt that the fight against prohibition at will bo something San Francisco worth crossing tho continent to see, with William J. Bryan on- ono side leading the drys, and Governor Edwards ot New Jersey and his cohorts on the other leading the wets. Republican primary results of yesterday leave no candidate for the nomination In such position as warrants a let up on his part, from either confidence or depression. . What appears to be generally re garded by tho Republican leaders as the most Important element in yesterday's balloting was the fact that Senator Hiram Johnson and Gen. Leonard Wood still are engpged in successfully blocking each other's progress to the nomination. Mr. Johnson's vote was strongest in New Jersey in the industrial reglons.where radical elements flourish. It is admitted that without the interference of Mr. Johnson, which was encouraged by those Republican leaders who advocate an open convention at Chicago, General Wood would have been an easy victor In New Jersey. But as the situation now 'stands theso leaders believe that New Jersey may be depended upon to with other Eastern Stales in withholding the nomination of any man until thero is a more general agreement upon a candidate. These Republican advocates of an "open convention" also expressed satisfaction that Massachusetts remaina in control of leaders who can deliver the Bay State for tho best Interests of party harmony and success in the November elections. Tho delegation chosen includes somo men friendly to up the party by Insistence upon his General Wood, but not ready to break They probably will nomination Toto for Governor Coolidge until there Is a showing of Wood strength. There is practically no .chance of the. Bay State delegation lining up, under any circumstances, with Senator Johnson. - FAMI FOR SALE. Consisting ot 240 acres, near Bald Knob Church, will sell all or divldo to suit purchnsor. For terms seo J. H. DAVIS, L. T. DAVIS or WARREN SHIELDS. '39tGp COOL FAVORITES OF KENTUCKY IN DRAMAS COMEDY AND VAUDEVILLE Under Big Water-Proo- Tent, Featuring Our Quartette, At f SPRINGS. Beaver Dam NEAR DEPOT ALL WEEK ( -- not nf raid; It is not that. But DUKEHUHST. TstsB&Ta sl6 thero alone, reading, and a ssafasOjcr .rattles a little, how it startles jjrnccajys m writer In tho Columbus Charlie Morris, of.Owensboro, is 'SS&8?ajfc. The furnace clicks, as fur-- visiting relatives here thl3 week. esMD"S'?rliL.and1you wonder what It Is Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Davis spent SiaSa2't)ascment A vine scrapes tho from Saturday until Monday atx &&Zcc.ut tlio back door, nnd it sounds tZbsrvEl tho world like a burglar trying Miss Lena Combs visited her aunt, JXrvfflalock the door. You know It Is of Hartford, "aarCtL burglar; .you nro not afraid, un- - Mrs. Prudle Moore, tftasftsad. But, some way, every llttlo Thursday Very little work is being done by smfise about Uic Louse startles and iSKtonals you. tho farmers here at present, owing ko ifeuS'then you get up to go to bed. the continued wet weather. 3?.wcd never before noticed that It Mr. Archie Hoagland and brother 53aadio any sound whatever as you Islted their uncle, Mr. J. T. Hoagland ciraiv?sa across the floor when tho fnm- and family, of Fordsvllle, "recently. o 32te".STttiaame; but now, It's Misses Maggie Allen and Cllffie say.tlie least, when the family Patton, of Central Grove, were th.i week-en- d guests of Mis? Clara Patton Madl-sonvil- "33are tEtoe is 'nothing to fear, of course. le. dlffcr-issCt- S5ET SAVED SOLDIER'S LIFE 32Ji45ivu "First Aid" Rendered by Cat VJien .Us Owner Was Vounded tDuring Crimean War". . wsfitfSjis corps, when a little cat camo would not go Jr.ur&.'so'hu put It on his' knapsack and sxnXa It along. Day by day, writes -- fflfcsSair JBroadley In the Evangelical "Sfcrnwasof, she was: perched up thus, wa-afier.night slept by his side. ira dny n great1 battle was to bo iifmgXt,- so the soldier left pussy be- -. '3wfi with a sick comrade. After ho Republic- Si&BjKonii about a mile on tho way tho Elteayne running up to him, so he took Nell I stopped In at a bargain sale 4ttC'5i5soack again. Musket nnd can-- a today. Cha'lls wefe now flying around. Belle Did you see anything that "SBas-oold- ler fell twice, but nt last a looked cheap? , i2i?tatfi2ul wound laid him bleeding on Nell Yes, several men waiting for 12fcs cat, Instead of running away, their wives. 'firaxxwl to tho place where tho blood tsas JQowIng, nnd began to lick tho RADIUM SUPPLY vswsuii. Tho army doctor came, and NOT DIMINISHING 8Bw9.fiBia.was carried to tho hospital -- "a&zring 'tho Crimean war a French "sani'iiStr was leaving his native village ivxecizs after him. It received Mr. Bud Taylor, who painful injuries in the railroad accident last week. Is very much improved and was able to return to his homo Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Morris, of LIvermoro. is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daffron, near Sunnydale. ' i "My, but It's late! Will your wife get up and let you In when you get homo?" "I'll make her. I'll scratch on the door and whine and she'll think her dog's been locked out." St. Louis Aunt Polly Hoops Is on tho ilc.k Hat this week. Tho farmers are behind with their work on accouht ot so much rain. Mr. Henry Hedger and Miss Lb.lo Wilson were married last Thursdny, nt Hartford. Miss Cara Bell Wilson was tho guest of her brother Adren Wilson, ot Taylor Mines, last week. Mrs. Ben H. Woodburn was called to Ceralvo last week on account of the death of her grandmother, Mrs. Susan Everly. Miss Unn Hedger was cjlled to Louisville last week to b.j with her sister-in-laMrs. Jesse Hedger, who is very sick. Mrs Fannie Scott, Mrs. Agnes Tato, Misses Barbara Elliott and Daisy Simmons attended tho Eastorri Star meeting at Central City Friday night. Mr. Ed Gidcomb died at tho homo of his sister, Mrs. Turner, of Simmons,. Friday night. The remains were buried at tho Cool Springs burying grounds, Saturday afternoon. m I Beginning Monday, May 3rd to 8th All Entire change in program each evening. new plays, much larger and better than last season. ADMISSION: aMdWjx LADIES FREE FIRST NIGHT 40c 1 When accompanied by gentleman or lady with one paid ticket. ' A Beautiful Diamond Ring Given to the most popular lady attending our show. Doors Open at 7:30 Show Starts Special seats for colored people. - t 8:30 BEECH VALLEY Several from hero have been at- tending the meeting at Magan. Messrs. Win, Taylor and Bertron Magan were in Owensboro Tuesday. Miss Ava Edge, ot Adaburg, spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Sadie Magnn. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Westerfleld and children, of Sunnydale, visited in this neighbprhood Sunday. Mr. J. C. Magan and daughters, Arzella and Ludelle, made a business trip to Hartford Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Baughn, of guests of Taffy, were the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Bertron Magan. Miss Louvena Bendetto was tho guest ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Burdette, near Adaburg, "Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stlnson Park, of near Hartford, and Misses Mary and Ethel Wedding, of Adaburg, were guests of Miss Helen Cambron, Saturday night and Sunday. Rov. F. A. Sanders, of Centertown, filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday night. Tho meeting which was to have begun on Tuesday night, April the 20th, was postponed until a later date. Mrs. Bert Roach, ot Magan, happened to a very serious accident ono day last week, when sho was hanging out clothes and a piece pf tin blow off tho house and hit her, cutting a very severo gash on her throat. . T rniwc AwnuAVCAnir.i Annul wmnniiifiiunujuunuuii. W W VT W W v W W V VTWTVVTV?TT7'JHiV Tl'TTVVVTV" VTT W V TV ... . What Means Most To You Is What We Try Most To Give There is only one way to buy an implement Buy it. on the basis of its earning economically. Buy it for its ability to do good work for power. , you right from the start, and year after year. It is our aim to give full earning power every time we sell a farm implement. That is why we buy from firms that take every care to maintain their reputation for making only good implements. That is why we handle the following lines: John Deere Plow Company, Fairbanks, Morse & Co., De Laval Separator Co., Hercules Gas Engine and Buggy Co., Simmons Hardware Company, Owensboro Wagon Co., Malleable Monarch Range Co. They have, by selling QUALITY, forged ahead and have stood the test of time, while others making a cheaper grade (just as good) have failed and are forgotten. Your repair question is solved when you buy from us for you can always get repairs. Did you ever buy and off brand and later try to get repairs? Use your best judgment and see us before you buy. y whether he would live or not, 7rat iftc doctor said : "Yes, thanks to CKwrerjrassy; she has used her tonguo vs&Snu'i. "WS23 JA'-Jsij-a, 33&en"he recovered consciousness ho Precious Metal More Plentiful Than Ever, According To C. A. Wimlck New York, April 23rd, 1920. Hartford Ky., Republican, A dispatch from London appearing in tho Hartford, Ky., Republican on March 28th, 1920, wa3 to tho effect of tho that an early exhaustion worlds supply of radium was feared, and that while the demands of scienT tists and medical men are rapidly increasing, tho supply of radium Is harder to find. That therefore a great increase In price was to bo expected. This London despatch was inaccurate, inadvertently so, wo feel sure. According to Arthur Roeder, associat ed with the largest radium mining and refining company In America, the visible supply of radium is increasing and there isno imminent danger of a radium famine. Before the war. tho world was dependent almost entirely on Europe for its supply of ra dium. Today, however, the extenslvo deposits of radium bearing carnotlto in tho Paradox Valley of Colorado and in tho adjoining districts of Utah aro being mined. Already moro radium has been taken out of the carnotlte district than the most competent authority predicted would bo found there. The difficulties of tho processes of extraction and tho costly equipment necessary are moro a limit to production than tho oro supply. And yet desplto theso facts tho price- has remained about stationary. Radium deposits have also been discovered In Argentine, in England, In Canada, in Portugal, in Cuba, and in Russia .And as our knowledge of this clement increases, there Is no reason to doubt that tho available sources of supply will bo increased correspondingly and that there will come tho development of radium extraction from ores other than carnotlto. Tho radium supply of tho world is so promising that its use is warranted not only In therapy but also In tho preparation of undark luminous material utilized for commercial purposes, such as watch dials, clocks, flashlights, nnd a wide varietyof inC foas stopped the flow of otherwise you would have died." Sponge Is a Germ Carrier. with many other unsanitary ' Jtuilcit articles, the sponge is going out a2f &3E&103. But people may be etlll KnimS "who consider it indispensable. "SHaS" tiavo overlooked the fact that i3i jgwnge la porous and that every jasrjrsfciwcomes a hiding place for untold w&ai&as of germs. You cannot boll ttw5KBe for any length of time, there-Srnx3tm cannot insure its nbsoluto As the germs feaRlralc cleanliness. ixuii&glx, a peculiar musty odor noticeable. iCSfaBt one bathes, many particles of ihBa4cJn.are thrown from the body. nfinge is used quantities of theso 3mm$ jtartlcles collect In the pores' of ' 4?tw apwige nnd will remain there even xtMhu wnsiderable rinsing. If n sponge Tnwe samlned under n microscope bji horrified nt tho picture JSlwsuW present. Marianna 'Wheeler KnitS People's Homo Journal. : ' Meat B sf BEADS ODDLY STRUNG IAVIA, ROUTE 2. Tho birthday dinner given at Mr. W. V. Draco's Sunday was well at- "WW--woul- Grasshoppers Fly to Sea. 'S2hs grasshopper would seem to have rottfUtog in common with the seagull, jswusshoppers have been picked Tip JB 8Miwns nt sea, 1,200 miles from thexsManfiffl lnnd. Tlio African grnsshopjpwrtKas been known to cross the Bod tumI Mediterranean seas In destructive T39S3Bfo,and even to fly to the Canary k&kuaitK. For the most part theso JBShfftJjoppors nro of a migratory spe- 6 Schlstocera tartarlca) noted for flights. Tho bodies aro nbout iflnw inches long and are equipped vtfMfc large air sacks In addition to tho vmmtA breathing tubes. Theso sacks brets up tho Insect so Hint It Is able mmrr In the air for days at n time, xzijgilng practically no effort nt nil. aBteciing flight Its speed varies from y&rsm to twenty miles un hour. When 2ltfi Slr.ed it rests on the water and is tnme .'along on tlio waves. Popular 5tnace Monthly. -Hm-XKit- t tended. Mr. nnd Mr. P. S. French ard llttlo son, Follx, spent I'ridaj with ftr. and Mrs. James Calhoun, of Llvia. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Cundiff and children, of Beda, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Owen Magan. Mrs. Autn Patton, of Vied II 111. and, Miss Salllo Patton, of Utica, spent Monday nl?nt witn Mi and .Mr. Bunk Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Garnold Canary and little son, of near Hartford, spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark. Rov. Hobart Chissom, of Utica, is expected to preach at Mt. Carmel tho first Sunday In May. Every one is cordially Invited to Uo present. . CLEAR RUN. tDrawlnga by Mentally Defective. "KChe drawings of some patients tfrom n moderuto form of In- aaoUty "a mild psychosis" show a jsariooK Tesembinnco to tho works of Site ;prhnltives" or early "old mils-- i Sera;'" who worked before tho art of ' iaaghtsmansliii had reached Its mod--j- a stage of perfection. Both classes tof srork show tho fcamo partial of perspective, tho sumo unnat ' a?ial but often touching attitudes of Sus persons, tho same ulr of mystery, xus&noe and solemn sincerity. cases tho Insane person must 1 'ia a chlldliko mental condition, ofile possessing somo artistic training juxni genuloo artistic talent. suf-"Vtwrd -Sa-fmc-- Miss Lula Hoover, who is 111 of tuberculosis, is no better. Mr. Andy Williams, of Hartford, was in our midst Saturday. Mr. Earl Thomasson, of this place, with relatives spent last week-en- d at Hetlin. Mr. Arthur Davis, of Union Grove, suffered tho loss ot a flno cow a few days ago. Mrs. Ethel Johnson and children visited relatives at Hetlin Saturday other things. Tho facts wo havo noted abtjvj and Sunday. Tho Sunday School is progressing may help to dissipate a false Impressusion created by tho London dspatch. nicoly with Mr. James Gray as perintendent. With your reputation for fairness Mrs. Relyjcca Murry, spent a few and accuracy, wo know you will bo public theso days last week with hor dauRhter, glad to glvo your reading Mrs. Salllo Loisuro, ot Owenaburo.. facts. The folks, men, women and chilyours, Very truly dren, Interested In the appearance ot C. A. WIMICK". (By I. D. Claire.) Thero aro some Injuries hard to forgive. I had such an experience Just about quitting this afternoon. time, tho one time ot all tho Jimes of the day when tho fellow who ever did take a drink likes onO best, n friend camo into my office with a half pint bottlo about half full ot pure i- moonshine, unstopped it, held it under my nose, and remarked, "That is Now I can bo genuine moonshine." extravagant in giving compliments, when moved by strong sentiments of gmtitude, nnd I was Just ready to Cumberland Phone. Farmers Phone. say, "If I have over dono you an I beg a million pardons, and If P. S. There is no better time than right NOW you ever run for office I am for you to buy that De Laval. against tho world, the flesh and tho devil," when ho nearly knocked mo out of my swivil chair by saying, "I havo been promising for sometime to got a dear friend of mine somo gen- each must become a captain ot in- happiness of th'ls daily devoted couuine moonshine whisky, and I man- dustry or a congressman. The farm- ple. Anothor observer thinks It aged to squeeze out this much from country comes chiefly from tho latonoss In lifo a fellow a llttlo while ago." Sur- er, tho vlllago merchant, tho prised! No, I was shocked, humiliat- school teacher may attain success. pf the marriage. This observer reaoplo of such cultivation ed, mad; mad ns tho very d , but Success moans to do whatever one sons that who wouldn't havo been under such undertakes better than the average could hardly havo mado a mistake at Neither tho rlpo poriod in lifo at which they j man or woman does it. a provocation? . wealth nor fame, as such, brings hap were married In their knowledge of I am glad to noto a good list ot piness. It conies rather from one's their tasto and fitness of each other. graduates for the Hartford High conscious knowlodgo ot having done I only kfiow that whatever tho husSchool this yearj nnd I hope It may one's best in whatevor mould fortune band does is right In tho oyos ot his wife, who thinks becauso ho did it it be possible for mo to .attend the grad- may have cast him. must bo right, and she does not reuating exorcises. Somehow as age Tho mention of happiness recalls quire a reason. Sho knows, perhaps creops along we feel a little stronger Interest In the young folks who aro an exercise ot that much coveted but not from studied reasoning but from just beginning the real struggles ot elusive condition ot life, that dally the softness and goodness of her life, and I am very much pleased to comes under my obsorvatiorL it Is heart, that the surest way to enslave noto the list ot graduates, most of tho expe'rionco ot a couplo long mar- a man ot high intelligence nnd lofty , whom I havo tho ploasure to remem- ried and yet sweethearts. It is the ideals is to play herself tho part ber. It I can arrange to bo presont second marriage, although by no slave. But howovor explained, I graduation night I shall bo pleased means a recent ono, ot each, ot the havo never before observed such a to make a threo minuto address'fo parties, and tho wife Is more than flno and simple devotion existing man nnd wife, after the happy the graduates on tho Elements ot two decades younger than the husSuccess. Success does not mean thut band. I do not know tho sccrot ot the days ot the honeymoon. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. ofV en J'