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The Hartford republican: May 7, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920050701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 7, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. JOHNSON EASILY graduation and it Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1920. Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER 45- - is turned over to 51 DEAD, 7 MISSING, mall, through sunshine and storm, FORDSVILLE HIGH WOOD VICTORIOUS tho Seniors for speech milking, merthrough hot and IN OKLAHOMA STORM SCHOOL'S CLOSING years. Not many cold, for several Tho following riment and (tin. niall trips have been missed In all of his regime. If WINS CALIFORNIA students will appear on tho program: IN HOOSIER STATE a thank-yo- u Prosldcnt Powell Tlchcnor, Tho WelJob was to bo performed come Address; Class Prophet, Mary Special Train Carrying Hundred In- Commencement Evcrciscs of Unusual either here, on tho route, or in Bea" jured From I'cggs To Musko-Itc- o Interest Successful Warren Collins; Class Will, Wehher ver Dam, Uncle Alec has been on the Polls Record Vote Clark; Class Musician, Knthlecn TurSenator Hospital. Year Ends. Job and ready to serve his friends, Margin Over Johnson Small ner; Class Grumbler, Odio Harper; and many were the times when ho Leaving Opposition Lowden And Harding Class Historian, Xouatt Rhoads; was called upon. Behind Far Trailing Class Music by tho Class. The commencement exercises of Muskogee, Okla., May 3. The Mr. Curtis says he will contlnuo to Tho Commencement exercises will death toll from tho tornado at Peggs, ho Fofdsvlle Graded and High School operate his passenger transfer line ho held Thursday night in tho Metho- Cherokee County, reached fifty-on- e embraced the whole of the present between Hartford and Benvor Dam, San Francisco, May C Returns dist Church, beginning at 8:30. Pow- - at G o'clock tonight, according to a week to this evening inclusive. The and that by reason of being relieved Indianapolis, May 5 MaJ. Gen. telephone message tabulated early today from yester- - oil Tlchenor, class president, will from Locust school is just closing a most prosper of tho necessity of waiting upon the Leonard Wood continued to maka presidential preferential elec- - liver an oration entitled "Launched, Grove. Thero were seven persons ous year, Tho best attendance has malls he will be In a position to give Blight gains over Senator Hiram John, tlon showed Senator Hiram W. John-- 1 whoro shall Wo .Anchor?" Martin unaccounted for, with about 100 in- - beon given that the school has enjoy the traveling public quicker and bet - son, of California, his nearest onmr- ed for years. The commencment pro ter service. son, of San Francisco leading his jPnto will deliver the valedictory ora- - Jured nent ror the Indiana presidential A special train bearing the Injur- - j gram, now near an end, Is ono that rival, Herbert C. Hoover.of Palo Alto, tlon, entitled "Tho American Girl's preference voto in yesterday's State- Inheritance." Dr. J. J. Tigert, a ed was dispatched to Muskogee. Calif., by a wide margin. will bo a fitting close to such a year DEWEESE TO OUTLINE wide primary, as returns continued graduate of Oxford University, Eng- Incomplete returns from fifty-foThe village of Peggs Is in the foot-- of success. STATE GUARD PLANS io ue laouiateu nere today. counties and land, and head of the Department of 'hills on tho northern border of Cher- The Baccalaureate sermon was dethe State's fifty-eigAt 1 o'clock, with 2,520 preclnct3 reprcsentlng,. 3.0CD of n total of 5,- - Psychology nt the University of Ken- - keo County, about sixty miles east of livered on May 2nd, at tho Daptlst (Louisville Herald.) out of 3,387 in tho State reported, 729 precincts showed tho following uicn, mil uuuvur mu uuuiuaa uiiu Tulsa. Tho place is off the railroad. church, by tho Rev. L. T. Lewis, of Plans for reorganization of the Wood was leading by plurality of present tho diplomas. deleTahlequah, fifteen miles south, Is the Howell, Ky., a former pastor of the Kentucky State Guard will bo outvoto on the group of twenty-si- x The vote stood; Wood G4.S88;' --- gates, pledged to support Senator church. nearest railroad station. lined by Adjt. Gen. J. M. DoWeese, Johnson, 59,225; Gov. Frnnk O. Low Those familiar with the roads in On Monday evening the music pu- who Is coming to Louisville for a Johnson at tho nopubllcan National KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS den, of Illinois, 30,014; Senator W. C. meeting with tho newly ap- Harding, of Ohio, 1G.603. Convention and a rival " group of DECORATION SERVICES tho vicinity say It Is practically im pils of Miss Emma Johnson, teacher possible to reach Peggs by motor car, 'of music in the Fords vlllo School gave pointed officers tomorrow night at twontyslx pledged to Mr. Hoover. A majority vote would make the The Tujsa Trlbuno started n news a recital. It was a fine program and the Jefferson County Armory. Johnson group, 2SS.795. Hartford Lodge, No. 110, K. of P , primary binding on the State convenPreceding the wrestling match to tion under the State law. Hoover group, 158.5S3. nt its regular convention, held Tues- paperman by nlrplano to the stricken well rendered. On Tuesday evening tho pupils' of morrow night Dr. Ben L. Bruner will At 10 o'clock last night Ralph P. day night, decided to have the an- district this morning. Warren T. McCray, of Kentland, the first and second grades gave make a short talk 'on tho Kentucky continued to pile up his early majorMerritt, campaign manager of tho nual decoration and memorial serAll Houses Destroyed Hoover Republican Club of California vices on tho fourth Sunday In May. Reports to the Muskogeo Times drills In addition to this the pupils National Guard movement. All thoso ity in the Republican contests for tho conceded tho election of the Johnson Owing to inclement weather, this Democrat from Locust Grovo and of the four upper grades presented who are interested in the movement nomination for governor, and when delegates, but declared the issues servtco was not held last year. Tahlequah, where dead and injured "Tho Old Schulo at Hlck'ry Holler." are Invited to be at the Armory at tabulation of 2,153 precincts had represented by Mr. Hoover would conThe services aro to bo held In.thoJ from Peggs are being taken, said that Tho program of the evening was 8 o'clock for the meeting nnd the ad- been made McCray had 71,520 to 42,-0tinue to "command the attention of afternoon at about 3 o'clock, the pro- not a house was loft standing In closed by a lively farce comedy, "Too dress. for James W. Fesles of Indiana-pol- ls Much oC a Good Thing," given by Officers of the Kentucky National tho country and eventually at the Re- - gram and all other details were plac- - Peggs. and 26,778 for E. C. Toner, of three-minupublican convention Hoover will bo . ed in the hands of proper committees talks on Anderson. The only physician In tho town, Dr. pupils o( the first and second year Guard will give high school. nominated for tho presidency." mid notlco of tho samo will be given W. R. Hill, also was killed. the State Guard movement at the 1st With fewer precinct 1,200 On Wednesday evening a musical Division carnival dances, given for heard from Dr. Charlton B. McCul-loc- h, In addition to delegates to tho no- later through tho local papers. Whole families wero crushed to publlcan convention, an unlnstrtictcd of Indianapolis was running j death when their homes were torn to recital was given by the pupils of the 1st Division memorial fund at the Democratic delegato and a Prohi- ENTERTAINED FOR MAJOR , pieces by the force of the gale. Nine Mrs. Mayme Hoberect, assisted by Armory beginning Saturday night nnd away from the field in tho Democratic bition party delegation, pledged to J. L. AND MRS. LALLINGKR members of the Levens family wero Mrs. Morrison and the pupils of the continuing each night during Derby gubernatorial contest, and politicians week. Henry Clay Ncedham, of Los Angeles, early today predicted that he would killed; seven of tho Llttlefleld family. third and fourth grades. On Thursday evening May 6th, thq for the party presidential nomination, win by a good-size- d majority It ho Mrs. Dr. J. O. McKcnnoy, of Beaver Eight persons by tho name of Frnnk DUKE REEVES EXQAGE5IEXT continued his present gains. Mason wero chosen. Dam, entertained Tuesday, with a G and five members of tho Wllkerson members of tho Junior class presentIn all but thrco counties Senator o'clock dinner in honor of Major family aro numbered among the dead. ed the Junior play entitled "Safety J. Niblack, of Vlncennes was running Owensboro, Ky., May 1. Mr. and second, with- John Isenbarger ot First." This was a 'live comedy with Johnson had a lead. In Los Angeles John L. and Mrs. Lalllngcr, of Louis Coffins Rushed To Scene. County the Hoover ticket led tho vlllo. Those present wero Mr. and It was Mrs. Thomas Downard Duke have an- North Manchester a close third and Forty-tw- o coffins nre being sent to pathos and fun intermingled. nounced the engagement of their J. K. Risk, of Lafayette fourth. The Johnson ticket by a vote of 39,709 to Mrs Joo R. Williams, Major and Mrs. the sceno of the storm from Tahle- a delight to the most fastidious. On this evening. May 7th, the reg- daughter, Miss Erne Duke, to Mr. Wil- vote was McCulIoch, 19,091; Niblack-- , 30.G28 L. Lalllnger, Mr. and Mrs. E quah. This Is as many as could be John In San Francisco city and County, R. Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. J. O. ular graduating exercise of the class lis Ward Reeves, Hazard, Ky. The 7,999; Isenbarger, 7,725; and Risk,.' found in the city. Ith only two of tho 3S1 precincts Hays and Miss Mrs. Rachel Temporary hospitals have been or- of 1920 Kill take place. Addresses wedding will take place the last of 5,834. missing, Johnson's voto was GS.777 Virginia McKenney. ganized amid wreckage and scores of wllhbe delivered by Missel Catherine May. Mr. Reeves formerly lived In Candidate for Congress Dies and Hoover's 25.01G. Mrs. E. R. Taylor nnd Mrs. Joe R. Tahlequah aro being taken, there, Davison and Ruth Mercer, members Owensboro. He was an A. E. F. offiDespite the spirited campaign wagH L. Carnahan, Western campaign of Beaver Dam, entertalnoj severely injured aro being given first of the graduating clasj "Tuo Saluta- cer. At the end of tho war ho went manager for Senator Hiram W. John with dinner last Monday, at tho homo aid. Those who can stand the trip to tory will b'e given by Mr. Carson to Hazard, to practice law. Courier-Journa- l. ed in the contests for the Republican presidential preference vote and for Ford. The address to tho rlass will in honor of their j tals, s' An t0lla' Issued tho following state- of tho former, the gubernatorial nominalion on both ' 4uent: bo delivered by Prof. R. P. Green, of guests, Major and Mrs. Lalllnger. where they will bo placed In the Democratic and Republican "Hiram Johnson has scored tho Thoso present wero Mr. and Mrs. J03 Okla, May 3. Searching Bowllug Green, Ky. Prof. Payton TOATTEXD SOUTHERN tickets, there wero very few reports sroatcst triumph In tho history of R. Williams Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles parties today spread out over the will present the diplomas. After this BAPTIST COXVEXTIOX of trouble In any section of the State. California politics. Hoover's opposi- Vinson, Major and Mrs. Lalllnger, country north of hero to ascertain the valedictory will be given by Ruth Fair, warm weather which prevailed tion In California has served tho ono Dr. and Mrs. J. O. McKenney, Miss tho full extent of the tornado that Mercer, Tho people of the town take The party of Ohio County Ministers purposo of demonstrating to Ethel Willjams, Mr. and Mrs. E. R struck just before dusk last night, great Interest in their school nnd to attend the Southern Baptist Con cut down the voto, say political ex usotul perts, who added that the ruling of tho country how thoroughly Hiram Taylor. bringing death to nt least five per- glvo good crowds to all the school vention, which convenes in Washing the State Election Commissioners '-, achievements aro nppro-clate- d Johnson's m ton, D. C, during the coming week, sons and serious injuries to n dozen exercises. that writing in of names ofcandldates by his own people." o FARM BUREAU HELD" more. No estimnto of property damwill be as follows, R.L. Brandenburg, on a ticket invalidated the entire balHoover Is Optimistic. SPLENDID MEETING age has been made, nltho it was indi- R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN CromBrch Shelds, Fordsvlllo; lot also tended to lessen tho total ft would be heavy. LANDS AS DELEGATE well; A. M. Embry, Bnlzetown; Ilus-se- ll Hoocated Now York, Mny G. Herbert vote c;:t. The vote Itself .was coaNotwithstanding the fact that tho The district affected Is rural and as ver Issued a statement hero today la Walker aridvR. E. Fuqua, Hart- sidored a purzle by the experts who speaker who was to havo addressed wlro communication was paralyzed It R. E. Leo Slmmerman and ford. Hon. which ho expressed surptiso that "ungave up trying to account for tho der tho circumstances so large a voto the Farm Bureau gathering heio Sat- was believed hero tho exact loss of Ohio County was honored by the 4th The Mlnlsfers plan to nreet and urday, failed to arrive, tho meotlng life and property damage might not District Democratic Convention Tues- leave together from Louisville, Mon- trend In various counties. should havo beon cast In California In Harrison County election day day, by the selection of Mr. Simmer-ma- n day. for tho delegates favoring my nomi- was of much interest to thoso present, bo known for some time. was marred by the sudden death ot consisting of a goodly number of as ono of the two representatives nation." t J. L. O'Bannon, the candidate for tho of the district In tho National Demo"My friends, In entering my name, representative farmers from almost LOUISVILLE MARKETS NANCY ELIZABETH COOK. Democratic nomination for Congress overy section of tho County. The Convention, to "meet In San cratic introduced no personal Issue, but In the Third District. . Hogs Thero was n farly good askod an opportunity to reglstor a Ohio County Farm Bureau plans to Mrs. Itfancy Elizabeth, wife of Francisco. Republicans Aro Winners. While Mr. Slmmerman Is not of our c'.onrance at the close, which was sten- protest nt Sonator Johnson's extreme make a campaign for membership, County Judge Mack Cook died at her Races for congressional nomina-- , opposition to any league t prevent reaching into overy school district home here late Sunday night, nf-t- party, yet we count him as one of our dy. Receipts were 2,574 head. war and reduce armaments," said the within tho entire County. heavy Cattle Prime steers tlons served to enliven the primary an Illness of somo length of kid- good Democratic friends, and as a mm fellow townsman, n citizen of our $12.00 13.00; heavy shipping steers election contests in a number ot Instatement. ney affection. Funeral services were Re"With a group of amateur clubs on-.- y SENATOR BAKER SWITCHES conducted from tho homo Monday County, we take special prldo In tho, $11.00 12.00; medium steers $10.00 diana districts. In the main the FROM MIXERS TO OPERATORS a month old they were, of courso, fact that he Is to represent our neigh 11.00; light steers $9.60 10.00; publican incumbents were nominated and burial of tho remains took place without opposition, but tho Demo'Handicapped in opposing tho regular the following day at Greenbrier bury bors in the coming gathering of the fat heifers $8.00 13.00; fat cows (Kontucky Republican) crats staged some strenuous compeparty organization, but tho real situauntorrified hosts in tho far west. $7.50 11.00; medium cows $G,00 ing grounds, Butler County. you 7.50; cutters $5.006.00; canners titions, particularly in Southern InSenator George II. Baker, Central tion Is that tho pcoplo of California Mrs. Cook was formerly a Miss Though confidently nnd between us, we bellove that n wild gooso $4.75; bulls $7.5010.50; "havo been much torn botwoen their City, for thirteen years a member of Evans and was reared feeders diana. jn the vicinity nnd Early returns indicated that thero Royalty and friendship to tho Senator tho International Executive, Board of of tho place to which her remains could have been found nea'rer homo to $8.5011.00; stockers $7.5010.-25- ; or his ablo rescuo of tho State during tho United Mine Workers of Ameri wero conveyed for burial. She had chase. choice milch cows $100.00 125.-0- would be no change in the list ot his governorship from vicious cor- ca, has resigned that post to become been a consistent member of the Bapmedium $75.00 100.00; com- Republican candidates, with the Sev enth District 'doubtful, and represenporation control and his too narrow secretary of tho Westorn Kentucky tist church for years. Besides her KOOSEVELT TWO-CENmon $55.00 75.00. PIECE IS AUTHORIZED vision In our international necessities. Coal Operators' Association. He mado husband she Is survived by threo sons Calves Best veals $13.00 13.50; tative Benham having defeated his "The fact that In these circum- tho announcement, following tho an- and threo daughters. medium $S. 00 11.00; common $5.00 Republican opponent in the only other G. O. P. primary fight In tho Washington, May 3 Coinage ot stances moro than n third of tho par- nual meeting of the association at 7.00. pleco Is authora Roosevelt two-cety protested against this latter vlow Tho Seclbach. In future, by reason Sheep and lambs were quoted at Fourth District. Representatives Luhrlg, ot tha ized by a bill passed today by 'tho unevenly lower rates. Receipts wore should strengthen tho support of tha qf his new alignment, ho will ropro-so- ONE LADY AND TWO MEN FOR TRUSTEES Senate. Senator King, Democrat, 103 head. Quotations: the association Instead of tho Jtopubllcan majority in tho Senate." Best fall First District, Bland ot tho Second,' mine workers In all disputes arising Utah, objected to tho authorization, lambs, $15.00 1G. GO; best spring Dunbar ot the Third, Sanders ot tho The election held hero Saturday but withdrew his objection after' oth- lambs $18.00 down; best sheep $10; Fifth. Elliott, ot the Sixth, Vestal ot between them. SCHOOL NOTES. For years Sonator Baker has been 'for threo mombers of the School er senators had asserted there was a bucks $7.00 down. the Eighth, Purncll ot tho Ninth. recognized as one of the conservative Board resulted In the Election of Mrs. business necessity and convenience Wood of tha Tonth, Kraus ot tho ' Examinations began last Tuesday PRODUCE of as well as a commemorative purposo Fairfield of tho Twelfth auornlng nnd ended Thursday after- leaders of organized labor In Ken J. R. Plrtle and the Local produce dealers quote buying Eleventh. tho tucky. He owes his sent in tho State Messrs T. H. Black and C. O. Hunger, to bo served by the action. noon. Between examinations prices as follows (net to shippers the and HIckey of the Thirteenth wero Sonato, it is said, to organized labor Mrs. Plrtle drawing tho two year Tho Senate also acted favorably shipper paying freight and drayage renominated without the necessl'.y ot studonts havo beon working hard In his district, and for somo ttmo had torm and Blacl; and Hunter getting on House bills authorizing coinage charges): Comcontusing with fellow Republicans. for tho oxerclses of pieces to commomorato mencement week, which begins Sun- been contemplating making tho raco thff three year term. While those ot fifty-ceEGGS Candled 36c dozen. day morning wh tho baccalaureate tor the Republican nomination for voted for took no part in the election, the three hundreth anniversary of BUTTER Country 30c lb. BLACK 1IAYDEN landing of tho Pilgrams and the sermon nt tho Methodist Church by Congress from tho Third, confident nor did anything whatever to further POULTRY Hens 28 30c lb.: soring chickens 25Q31c lb.; Mr. W. H. Brlnoy. Mr. Brlney has that ho would receive the support of their interest as candidates for the hundredth anniversary of the Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Black, of Hartpositions, yet the election was quite mission of Maine and Alabama Into small spring chickens 26 35c lb.; ford, announce tho engagement of boon pastor of tho Broadway Chris- organized labor in his raco. Previous to his election to tho Sen- interesting and well contested. tho union. old roosters 15c lb.; stags 20c lb.; their daughter, Miss Edna Mario, to tian Church, of Louisville for fifteen This Is the first instance, in Hartate hi was a .ir.'siber of tho Housi, years. ducks 22 35c lb.; turkeys 35c lb.; Mr. John Truman Hayden, of Cal geese 15 16c lb.; guineas 35c each. houn, tho wedding to take plaoo On Monday night at 8:30 in tho and throughout every session of 'tho ford, whore a lady has boon elected MAIL ROUTE IS . TO CHANGE HANDS High School Auditorium tho Juniors Kentucky Legislature, sluco ho has as a member bf the Board of School Monday, May 10th NOTICE FARMERS l will present "Safety FJrst," an Amer- been a member of it, ho has champ- Trustees, and so far as our knowledge goes, it is, the first instance in the ioned the causo o( labor. Dr. L. B. Bean has been awarded in throo acts. DECORATION OF ican Farco-ComeJ. A. Smith of Central City was County. Mrs. Plrtle is a lady of the contract for carrying tho malls x0n tho following night tho Seniors ot We will havo at onco a car-loa- d SOLDIER'S GRAVES She former-- y between this point and Beaver Dam. International farm Machinery aud will present their play, "And Home elected president of the operators' as- culture- and refinement. taught in tho Schools of Ohio Coun- Dr. Bean will succeed Mr, J. E. Cur- Implements, consisting ot most anyCamo Ted." This is a royalty play, sociation at the meeting yesterday, Tho annual decoration ot soldiers very thing you need. Call and seo our graves wjll be held at Prentiss, Ky., a comedy of mystery in threo acts. succeeding C. W. Taylor, Groenvllle; ty and ranked with tho In best, and tis, July the first. Uncle Alec, as everybody calls htm, lino. educational night will bo Class E. W. Holt, Central City, was elec- tako3 a keen interest . Wednesday May 29, 192X). Beginning at l matters. has been our stay, when It camo to tlgut. This Is tho last night before ted Vice President. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Everybody lnvltedi' J o'clock P. M. J do-da- ur j of ht 63. 26 te - hospl-Chelse- a, - ' cr 0; T nt nt pro-pari- ng nt -- - ' 57,725,784,967 IS saved BY CONGRESS H&ckeU Flays Administra-- . Jion For Wasteful Methods "OTrdOflnRtoti, April During the S&bHswH second sosfllons of tho pros-a- tt tfWth Congress tho Republicans $2,725, 784, 9G7 by cutting Iiwn Xhn nsthuntes of the Democratic mxnsMTti departments, according to ajaprmnntntlvo Edwin D. Klckotts, of DMna. lit asked: "iVJbr .have tho departments sub- vaillrjl rstlmates for such claims of npjwwpriaUoiis at this critical time of Uuajxriiil distress? "What is tho pur- Ttfx&rlho end to bo attained? The aaisstT is simple. The heads of the vasftso departments nrc determined &at umintaJn the war-tlm- o personnel of tJtttXr respective departments, re- 3rairJHss .of tho tax bnrden upon the pipli. Will nny falrmindcd man Infcn Or contend for a minuto that thv recent Republican majority in 'CBa.TTRss Js responsible In tho sllght- : iittiiPn lor ibis condition or state ErilTixs? Is .the Republican majorl- Hf are .fnncf Ion only when It assumes '&k srjSe M condnctlng the affairs of hnr wsxSous licnds of departments of Certainly not. t&Jit twimSnistratlon? Tains 61 the responsibility rest where Hy Klojrt Mncgrlff. London, April 10 Dust off your musty tomes and prepare to bid welcome to yet another nation perhnps as the result of the world war and Turkish peace. ' For hero comes Mr. Rustcm Ncdjlb nnd Mr. Said (not the aforesaid, but his brother) Namlk, properly creden-tlalerepresentatives of the ancient n empire, which has been hibernating somo 5,000 years. Be it known that did their bit In tho world wqr, giving tho Infidel Turk a wallop or two I N C O R PO RATED on tho Mesopotamian front, for which the Little Father, Czar Nicholas promised them autonomy. Their world war losses from fighting nnd niabsacr.1 toti.iPil V 50,000. Treir habitat Is Northern Mesopotamia. bag. fifty f Pi cscnt At Conference. A n So, when the peace confcrcnco met In Paris, Messrs. Rustem and Said gathered up their Mosul rugs and Feiiah book on eti quette- - and took Christian departuic 1865 from their people. President Wilson promised them at o UttftoTortRS, 'With the present adminls- Paris he would look after their In iTntSivg; Jet the lieads of departments MUNSEY PREDICTS terests when the Turkish treutv came TEN-CEN- T aery rt the provisions and requirc-wwraaiDAILIES up, nnd tho French and British told them to como uck when things .vere il the Jaw and further dlscus- vtdr-tlm- o ensrttsraZ: x1ib subject will be unnecessa-a--.vs- 4 Sees Subscription Bate Kals6 As less busy. Definite lt gagements had been entcied Into XHe'i axpaycrs of this country High Paper Cost. of 'wMBftofBrrottly relieved of an with the allies. 13 thrown upon them Tho Chaldean delegates returned that Washington, May 1 Five and even 'fcjrIQte'fitUnre of these departments to daily newspapers wero pre- home, awaltinR events, but now have aB3pti "vftiTi the requirements of the dicted today by Frank A. Munsey, turned up looking for a mandate. Jhnr. Vne fault Is not with the law. New York publisher. Appearing be- They want some power to bo their S?hSi is ample. The fault is with fore tho Senate committee Investigat- godfather until they relearn the, tricks ot government an art they bt "Jmnds of tho respective depart- - ing the newsprint paper shortage-h- o TOfUMIt.. urged diastic reduction in the use lost 5,000 years ago. They also want " lucre heard It ropeatedly assert- - of newsprint and governmental regu- their nationality guaranteed by the mm. Hie floor of tho House by our lation both of the paper and the wood allies and tho League of Nations. vtMtontv n the other side of tho aisle pulp bources. The patriarchs say tho ? (congress convened on the 19th " William Randolph Hearst, another number 1,770,000, of -dBW t Slayi 1119, that It was up to New York publisher, In a letter to the whoin'sil.000 were In 1914 in the t5ot TJupnbhcan majority to 1 educe committee advocated a 20 or 25 per Turkish empire, 750,000 in Biitlsh jgiSmmfwr tkt jtaraomwl of tho various depart-Twm- cent cut in the size of newspapers India, whence half of the nation fled m. v ,. vtyi,","Wf'W iiK- It has but said he believed the time for gov several hundred years ago to escape the Government. Qimmi mwst ingeniously urged no ernmental regulation had passed. Mr. persecution; V100.000 aro In Persia tfnwSrttloT political purposes that the Hearst urged that publishers double aul 54,000 in the Caucasus. The SrVpftWjcnn majority has been dere- both advertising and circulation rates territory which they ask as a state Kcz. Sx Iqb performance of Its duty; saying such action would automatical comprises 1,250,000 people of twenneglected to enact ly cut down the size and number of ty nationalities and divers religions, to reduce the great army copies without reducing revenue. of which 500,000 aie Chaldeans and awgdayees In the various dopart- all -- under The government could not reduce C40.000 are Christians mmilK hnrp.il!!!. nnrl commissions n newsprint consumption by regulating the Pope. Vbm Vtoi eminent under tho present The Chaldeans distinctly object to the number of pages of papers adfiitaSafatration. I can not understand mitted to the malls. Mr. Munsey told being added to Emir Felsul's Arab ivhy friends on the other side of the committee, because scarcely none Mohammedian kingdom of Palestine, h a7Af (in not addressv themselves of the largo city dallies rely for tht or to the other Arabian kingdom, the (6l iChb same zeal to tho various Hedjaz. In the territory they seek revenue on mall circulation. bauli r tho departments of Govern-mBoth publishers agreed that the to have created as a state are 530,who represent their party in great Sunday editions of the city 000 Moslems divided into nine nation administration. It strikes papers were important factors in the alities, of whom tho Turks and Kurds t&sv rwm tt have been very much situation. Mr. Munsey advocated reg number 300,000. Mtina relevant Tor them to have urged ulations limiting tho Sunday edidepart-ntmitDo Your Best. nf$VL Tie various heads of tion to the size of the week day isEveryone should do all he can to lhat they wore a part of the sue, "not more than twenty-fou- r Vcwmac uttiritnistration, and that it pages " Mr. Hearst wrote that he provide for his family and in order r wwteasary for them to reduce tho had cut the size of his papers twenty to do this ho must keep his physical jjMWMKnel of their departments, bo- and t onty-- f ive per cent without ad- system in the best condition possible tlit taxpayers of the country versely affecting his revenue or caus- No ono can reasonably hope to 'do jlon at Chihuahua refund to Join the to flIng men, but It did not show grueiiing under the great bur- - ing complaint from subscribers. much when ho is half sick a good CARRANZA IS movement, tho message said, w .atenotltasatiuri; that n deficit in tho share of the tlnio. If you are conbetween publishers to TOLD TO RESIGN theroupou attacked by the nndother to what height they could fly with safety. "Mmwrnxs of tho Ui.iu,d States, under economize In the use of print paper stipated, bilious or troubled with Inunits, and "was capturod and imWhilo in tho box Barcroft kept a Skw ju!Htini. administration, amount- - would jesult In "a total curtailment digestion get a package of ChamberAViu nliif; That V. S. prisoned intact." record of his sensations and made muiuthlnR llko ?3,G50.000,000 of twenty or twenty-fiv- e per cent and lain's Tablets and follow tho plain Refuses Despite Mif;Iit Take Hand in Mcleo Ho said ho scientific observations. itoUtmriAK tho taxpayers of tho coun- - would solvo tho problem, Mr. Hearst printed directions, and you will soon I'liKht Belleu'd Plnnneil saty la tho faro, and will have to bo suffoted fronf slooplossnc'ss, but wrote. Mr. Munsey took an oppo- bo feeling alright and able to do a Washington, May 1 President Washington, May 1 According to xnmT-J-K in did not exporlenco much ttio year 1921, either through site view. He told tho commute-tha- t day's work. Carranza was advised by his Generals officials or tho Mexican Embassy tho or by an increase of except on tho last day when c MUmwCmo! bonds could not be made at a conference held a fow days ago report that President Carranza In- tho ntniosphoro became extremely UiiMML which 'will add greatly to tho effective because somo publishers POIXCAItE SAYS BRITAIN to resign In favor of a President ad tended to flee from Moxlco was with- rarlfled. jiAt tho taxpayers of the would not enter Into an agreement. Ho thon had headaches nnd COUIJ) IIAVi: AYnilTKD AVAR interim whom he or Cpngress should out foundation. nausea. latry nro already bearing. -according appoint, to dispatches It Is known, however, that the InHo was watched continually while 1ghr to tho war there were 39,- - Tho IntorlRatlal Council says inParis, May 1 Raymond Poincare, reaching Washington tonight through formation reaching Washington on in tho box. MHW Mjloyees in the various depart- - dustries of tho United States Ho took food and slept are former president of the French reofficial channels. tho subject Is authentic nnd thoro Is In two small compartments fitted up At tho time vxtWMki i)t government. short from 4,000,000 to G.000,000 un public, in a copyright article in De Carranza refused to accept the rec- every reason to bellevo that It Is not with wicker chairs, n table, a small atanlng of tho armlstico on skilled workers as the result of the Matin, confirms Georgo Bernard said, doubted by pfflclals. 191S, there wero 117,- - dwindling of Immigration during the Shaw's revelation published in Amer- ommendation, the dispatches bed and a blcyclo, on which ho exerIfiMHMfcir 11, but agreed to tho withdrawal of tho Acceptance of tho truth of the it cised every morning. 'CS waployos In tho various dopart- - war. ica early In 1919, tending to show presidential candidacy ot Ygnaclo by the Government la shown by Inaamucli as QHHMt r,f Kovornmimt. great war probably would Bonillas, Ambassador to the United that the tho fact that orders have been Ish rxr was ivcr It wib ganerall havo been averted had Britain noti- States, and to tho sending of a com..4 country, sued to Federal agents on the Moxl-ca- n a,Mtawteod tlrouRh'.ut the fied tho Kaiser In good time of her mission to negotiate with revothe bprdor to bo on tho lookout foi tsoially among tho taxpayers mm Intention to enter tho arena In case lutionists. the appearance of Carranza. Jilt5iouHtry, that the porsonnel of of Oorman aggression against France. Tho conference, which was tKK departments would bo roduced - I ask tho patronage of the citi- M. Polncaro's article, coming at a pated l;i by all tho Generals partici. in tho JjuihIb of tho respective departy tic i zens of Hartford and tho traveling tlmo when tho allied statements at xtmtiu ixit 17 long monthb have public in genoral for tho following San Remo aro trying to recemont the vicinity of tho capital and by ActFOR FLETCHER'S ing Minster of War Urqulzo advices armistice war, feigned lwtM "biuco the somewhat shaken entento cordiale, said, was called by direction of Carreasons: i war was actually over ttmXiriuco l Duilng tho past 3 years I havo has cieated a sensation bore. m ranza to discuss tho situation glowof .lopait- .uraljfafcJiMu ailous heads , you well and have ing out ot tho secession ot Sonora. Tho National City Bank of Now porson- - tried to sorvo JDMiKM "nao not roduced mado regular trips between Hartford Sallow complexion is duo to a torLengthy arguments fo: Ourranza's York state that the dependence of reapectlvo departments nn l their and Beaver Dam, rain or shine, sum- pid liver. Horblne purities and resignation were piesenied by some tho United States upon tho tropics for should have done. mer and winter, good' roads and bad. strengthens tho liver and bowels and of the officers, it is siul, one of the foodstuffs and manufacturing maYou can't help regular restores tho rosy bloom of health to chief arguments being that surren- terials Is Increasing year by year. Othors have not mado taking a greater R"n a Weak Stomach, trips and only sorvo you In good wea- - the cheek. Price COc. Sold by Ohio der of tho presidency by Carranza prtue in your -- fla n gtmu,rul rule all you need to do J thor, m would eliminate any danger of inter- MAX LIVES SIX DAYS County Drug Co. home when it's spick and span a diet suited to youi ago. I charged you only 50c and war by the United States In Mexvention SEALED IX GLASS BOX in a brand-necoat of uwtajwsupatlon and to keep y.mr bow tax, through tho winter just tho sanio PERSHING KISSES BALBOA ican affairs. GIRLS AS HE PRESENTS CUP vtoYsacUitr. When you feel that you as in summer. Names of tho Generals taking part Cambridge, Eng., May 1 Joseph 'Auwtjysiutm too much and when Others are charging 75c. In tho conference were not given in Barproft, a reader of physiology at I havo never failed to glvo Harta alio ono of Chamberlain's Panama, May 1 Genoral Perahlng tho dispatches. Klng'a Collego horo, has lived for ulx WHITE-LEA- D ford a good word or do its citizens a today kissed more than r. benre of Federal garrisons at Parral, Jlml-no- z days in a hermetically sealed glass and pure linseed oil. good deed whenever tho opportunity pletty young Balboa girls in tho 4 and Catnargo, In Southern Chi- box. This paint cost! less, figured by presented Itself. .UWmWI.lWS 1J.V1TM5 course of his Inspection ot Panama huahua, have revolted and Joined the Tho experiment nroso out ot a the gallon, square yard, or years of My cars leavo Hartford at tho fol- Canal activities, afterward present- revolution! according to a telegram SHU'S lMtKIUCTKI) controversy as to whether service. As itisinixcd to order, nou lowing hours: 4 a. m.; 9:40 a. m.; ing them with a cup as a toward for tonight from the general headquar- it is possible to calculate tho amoun can have the exact color you want. 12:30 p. in.; 2 p. 111.; and 7 p. m. war work. "wuanon, May 1 Is tho time ters of tho rebel army to Sonora of oxygen In tho blood from a know), e We use only tni' asks a naval Hartford headquarters at Casobler & Tho Gonernl this afternoon review- agents hero. Tho defecting forces, edge of tho amount of oxygen in terials and our prices are right. the ot the Dally Mall, when sea Taylor's Restaurant. ed tho parade ot tho Mystic Shrlners, tho message said, included 6,000 ti breath. Tho test was also xMay we estimate on your workt made to 111 bo fought between crow-QfrI sincorely thank you for th6 many which was tho most gorgeous event in 7,000 Infantry and cavalry 100 ma- demonstrate TOuNBta whether It was necessary alt; you s - 5v M. a Sups maneuvered by wireless favors of tlio past and cordially in- the history of tho Isthmian temples. chine guns and 14 cannon of various that alrmeu ahould havo oxygen apu n trac endvhiu-u- av a. tucwi, vito your patronage for tho future. uahorttf. Tho parade preceded a rnrauionial calibers. paratus when flying at groat heights. J. C. CASEBIER J. E. CURTIS. and banquet in honor ot the General. d Tho dvtfh a development has been pro- - 40tf Infantry Battal- - It proved that oxygen was necessary Hartford, Ky. Y 4awsiril -- -- dieted by scientists. And tho remark-nbl- o success achieved recontly by DrltUh naval ltivnsligators induces n belief that It mny bo nttnlnod ono day By using Hertzian waves tho wlrc-IovUnrds in tho British fleet have succBded In controlling torpedo ctnft at a illbtn;9 01 romo mt'es. Durlni? the experlmo.n n ditro() was maneuvered nt will by wiroloB. Nobody a')iard the csol touchaJ lior whcol. She was steered wholly and steered easily. The by wlrolos demonstration was n striking success Other remorkablo feat3 havo been done with wireless, such as burning In fact, only a Bhlp's searchlights. those naval scientists who nro experimenting wit hthls medium know Just whnt they can do with It and they are only at the beginning of things. Altho the application of wireless to the control of vessels and torpedoes Is not n new Idea, tho latest results obtained in tho British navy are considerably In advance of any that have gone before. In 1917 the Germans made an Ineffectual attempt to attack British ships off the Belgian coast with electrically directed torpedo boats. These crafts were run by means of a wire on the same principal as the Brennan torpedo, and had an airplane equip"spotting" for ped with wireless them. As weapons of attack they were useless, being far less effective than those two other ugly "war babies", the magnetic torpedo and the mag netic mine. FREEDOM ASKED BY V N ASSYItO-CHALDEA- m Delegates Of Empire Ask Allies To Establish Mandate d Assyro-Chnldea- l Guaranteed by Assyro-Chaldea- TfKJiJfyiA &lXZstA isv UXic&r well-know- from one tobacco; No machine can even duplicate your "own rolled from genuine "Bull" Durham tobacco. Good old reliable "Bull". Always genuine; '. he's been everyone's friend. since you roll them B'ULL" Durham cigarettes;"Bull" Durham from genuine GENU 8NE K 1 Be-Mi- unneces-iraiaj'terrili- in 10-ce- nt Assyro-Chaldea- rl nt-"icn- t ir Bt jnsnt m oth-orwl- a rc-po- Transfer Service -- Ohiltiren Cry LrjWMs nipt C ASTO R A yyg Greater te Pride in YourHome Ml4opt w DUTCH BOY corres-"fptnSkta- tv high-grad- A w a fcint--iStaUo- Sixty-secon- 1 COSTLY RAILROAD " WILL BE DISMANTLED Will Suspend Service On Line Built To Tap Rich Gold Field Cripplo Creek, Col., May 1 Because gold production In this camp, ono of tho greatest of Colorado bonanzas n decade ngo, has dwindled In tho past few months to a very low ebb, a section of tho Colorado Springs and Cripple Creek railroad may suspend operations nnd its trackago nnd equipment junked. Tho railroad, known to many thousands of tourhts throughout tho country as tho "Short Line," probably cost nioro money per mile, for construction than any railroad In tho United States. It is estimated that expended for each of the miles of railroad. Receiver George N. Taylor, for Iho road, will petition the Federal District Court for permission to discontinue service, with tho view, it Is expected, that tho lino eventually will ho junked. Depression In the mining business of tho Cripple Creek gold camp is given as tho reason for closing tho railroad, which was built a scora of years ago by Now York financiers at n cost of more than $20,000,000, to get tho rich gold ores from the mines hero to reduction mills. Altho tho Short Lino hauled millions upon millions of dollars' worth of gold ore, it was probably better known as a scenic line, and its construction was considered ono of tho greatest engineering feats of tho lato along mountains, Thru nineties. precipices and across chasms It was built, regardless of cost. Practically all tho wny tho tics wore laid on solid rock. Tho finest and heaviest steel rails wero used and tho road was provided with tho best equip ment obtainable. Tho announced plan of tho receiver Is to run a brief "scenic trip" over n section of tho road during tho coming summer, discontinuing passenger servico over tho remainder as soon as permission is granted by tho courts. $46,000 was, forty-fiv- e Thero nro 579, 7G6 women more than 21, of whom 73,11.1 aro negroes. Taking tho census of 1910 as n basis, thero nro approximately 29,750,- 000 possible women voters in tho United States. This leaves a differ ence of 2,500,000 in favor of men elecvoters. In tho last tion, that of 1916, tho actual number of votes cast for all presidential candidates was 13,523,743, omitting ballots thrown out for cause. Eagerness of women to cxcrclso tholr newly acquired privileges may moro than offset disparity In numbers between soxes when allowance ' mado for tho 11,000,00 votes that remained unregistered in tho last election, yduo mostly to lndiffcronco. Women of voting ago outnumber tho mon In flvo States. Massachusetts hns tho greatest preponderance of women voters with G8.264 mon women than men. North Carolina next with n woman's mnjorlty of 15,-2and South Carolina with 10,307 Is third. In Rhodo Island woniffl of voting ngo outnumber tho men by 3,190, and In Maryland by 1,29'2. 1 88 - 'I M20 ! - MAY DAY HAPPENINGS. . WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH H THAT CHILD? f i May 1, 1898 Dewey defeated Spanish fleet in Manila harbor. May 4, 1886 Haymarket riot (striking farm machinery workers) Chicago, 111. May 6, 1896 First successful machine flight of a heavier-than-a- lr Lnnglcy airplane; flight, mado near Washington, D. C. No person In the machine. May 7, 1915 Steamship Lusltanin torpedoed by German submnrlno; loss of lives 1,154. May 9, 1920 Mother's Day. May 10, 1S59 Gold discovered in Colorado. May 10, 1S65 Jefferson Davis, president Confederate states, captured by Northern cavalrymen.. May 11, 185S, Minnesota admitted Into Union. May 13, 1607 Beginning of first at English settlement In America, Jamestown, Va. May 13, 1S4G War against Mexico declared. May 21, 1881 American Red Cross founded. Savannah, first May 24, 1819 steamship to cross Atlantic, sailed for Liverpool May 29, 1S4S Wisconsin admitted baby takes too much Into Union. When the May 30 Momorial Day. food the stomach turns; the result Is May 31, 1913 Election of United Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. by vote of people Frequently tho bowels are involved States senators tho federal eonstitu- made a part of and thero is colic pains and diarrhoea. McGeo's Baby Elixir is a : remedy for tho grand corrective DUTCH TAKE 1'ItKCAUTIO.VS bastomach and bowel disorders of IX REMOVAL) OF bies. It la pure, wholesome, and COc pleasant to take. Price 25c nnd preTho Hague, May 1 Thoroi-pper bottlo. Sold by Ohio County parations for tho transfer of fonder m Drug Co. Emperor William nnd his Household from Bentlnck Castle at Amorongen MEN AIM) HOLDING VOTING being made SUPREMACY OVKU WOMEN to his estate at Doom nro by tho Dutch Government. Dr. J. B. Kan, who is charged with Washington, May 1 Ballots cast guarding tho former Emporor, has by women in tho coming presidential Hohenzollern and election will fall short of tho poten- Interviewed Count of his suit regarding the 2,500,-00- 0, members tial men's vote- by more than provided tho suffrage amend- change. Ho has also discussed tho matter ment 13 ratified In time to permit of Doom and women to register In all States, ac- with the Burgomaster by a the Captain of Gendarmerie, who will cording to statistics c'tiiip.led supervise the actual transfer. group of suffragists. e.-are 3,'9S more In Kentucky tl men than tharp are wo- SEIZED CONFEDERATE MONEY IS' DESTROYED men, but in some States tho tables reversod. Tho 1910 census nro Washington, May 1. Tho final shows thero are G03.454 men 21 history of the years old and more In Kentucky and chapter In the financial America was negroes. rnnfederato States of that 7G.793 of them nro written in the Treasury Department tn.l.iv when SGO.000,000 In Uonieu- erato money was destroyed to relieve tim rnncosted condition of tho Trea sury vaults. Tho currency compris ed the "sinews of war" In tho Confederate treasury nt Richmond, and was seized by tho Federal troops when the Southern capital was cap "When Children Grow Palo nnd Llst- - tured. -lens Their Blood May Bo Weak TOOK U. S. 12 MONTHS TAX TO COLLECT rcpto-Manga- ii Mukcs Red Blood o ONE-CENT Ten miles used to be a long waij a difference in motor-ca- r -- -- :-- 2fe 4 WHAT , days, finding out what he wants in a tire and giving sition when every point in the county is hardly more than "just around the comer." People's ideas are changing, too. him that Large or small, U. S. Tires are built to only one standard of quality the standard . They're beginning to figure out how much it is costing them to keep a car. And the man who is doing the greatest amount of figuring is the man with the moderate-pric- e car. that produced the first straight side automobile tire, the first pneumatic truck tire. Select your tires according to the roads, they hava to travel: In sandy or hilly country, wherever the going is apt to be heavy The U. S. Nobby. roads The U. S. Chain or Usco. For front wheels The U. S. Plain. There still seems to be a notion in some quarters that any tire is good enough for , a small car. Every tire that bears the name "U.S.'' is built "the best way its makers know how. It isn't the car, but the man who owns the car. that counts with the oldest and largest rubber concern in the world. IV For ordinary country ' That's not what the man , who owns it think$. In recommending and selling U. S. Tir5S we are trying to see his side of the. propo As representatives of U. S. Tires in this town, we offer you the benefit of our experience and advice in settling, '. your tire problem. , HI Royal Cords. ttfti-ii)9re- everywhere For best results U. S. United States Tires -- w HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY,. Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. COATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. W. G. ILER, Rockport, Ky. BRITAIN PLANNING Sold By DniRglsts In Liquid and Tablet form Both Tho Snmo in Medicinal quality. When jour child loses color, acts and talks without spirit, and does not play like othor children, act quickly. d If tho condition is not a disease but merely due to poor Gude's blood, glvo n is Just tho tonic for palo, thin children whoso blood needs It Js a pleasant-tastin- g rebuilding. simple combination ot exactly the Ingredients fhat increase and enrich the blood. Beneficial results show almost at once in brighter eyes, blooming cheeks, a sprightly step, and tho whole system made more vigorous. in Pepto-Manga- n is obtainablo whichever liquid or tablet form, Both forms proves most convenient. possess Identical medicinal qualities. Popto-MahgThero is but one genuine and that is "Gude's." Ask your druggist for "Gude's" and look pack-ag- o. for the name "Gude's" on the la not there, it is not If it Advertisement. deep-seatePopto-Mangan. Pepto-Mangaan Popto-Mangan. Grand Junction, Col., May 1 Untablishing Plantations cle Sani spent exactly twelvo months in collecting ono cent from a local In The Nigeria. merchant. The actual amount the merchant owed on his laia exciss tax was 10 per cent of flvo cents, or Manchester, May 1 Because of flvo mills, and the Treasury Departstate- the high price and uncertainty of fu ment bombarded him with ments until a check for one cent was ture raw cotton supplies from the United States, the cotton manufac finally forwarded to Washington. turing industry of Lancashire is preparing to spend millions of dollars in SUSPICIOUS SLEUTHS QUIZ s iu a. MRS. ARCHIE ROOSEVELT esiauusning coiion piauiu-.iunm-ger- amoun'mg to upwards of ?50,o00,-00- 0 LONDONER ADMITS X. Y. IS WORLD'S LARGEST CITY blch will not bo expected to return even Interest for a pcilod of New York, May 1 Herbert J. P. NEW COTTON FIELDS years. For not only must the soli be put In proper condition, but also Carrington, a London business man, railways, warehouses and other es- here on a visit, says New York is adsentials of big scale cotton growing mittedly the most popular city in the world, with London a long secMillions To Be Spent In Es- provided. Mrs. Archibald of the former President, was detained in Michigan Avenue today by a detective sarceant. who questioned her con cerning contents of a number of suit cases nnd boxes in an automobile in which she was riding to a railroad ' station. After her identity was established she was allowed to proceed. The detective said the machine had no license plate. Mrs. Roosevelt doparted for New York where she will take a steamer for Panama to Join her husband? Chicago, April 30 Roosevelt, daughter-in-law Nigeria is the region seletced by the Empire Cotton Growing Commit tee as tho place best situated for producing cotton of the American quality, which Lancashire mainly requires. The plan does not contemplate rapid development of cotton fields in for Nigeria. The w.holo scheme, which support and funds will be enlisted from cotton spinners, whole- salers, exporters and others, provides for ultimate creation of a large cotton producing area, entlrel under British cqntrol, which will make Lancashltt Independent of America. A trust fund Jd to lo crex'cd Those receiving notes, scrihtilfttlTRtlfcr pencil on small pieces of parwsEuraaae-TalmagHawes, H. R. Wun!U.;uaO Jeff Watklns, all well known TLftsailr-er- s. That tho clrcumstitfp,ca.ifarft&, be given legal investigation-- . men gavo testimony todays 'ItrtOaaj Commonwealths Attorney JaafcTCTift,. er,. County Attorney C A.. "WJcJMfJgts. ond. "According to the latest estimates and Judge James E. Langi. lVEJ6S?r SHARK SKIN SHOES MAY Tho notes were recawracrclfci CUT FOOTWEAR PRICES New York's claim of 8,000,000 Inhab- Judge. itants compares more than favorablo two instances thru- tho thanaifetfegfii. St. Louis, May 1 Shoes of shark with the 7,400,000 of London," said at the barns. All' stated sought for pana- Mr. Carrington. "The eclipse has the planters soli tobacco- atMetsataCx skin may be tho long been expected by us for many years prices they would suffer damagKsJaXSi cea for the papers read at the but It has come as a shock to proud wero signed, "Many mora Uuac sbgc evil, according to national convention of the American Londoners to find they are now head- of us." Chemical Socloty here. The papers ed by well on to a million." ervealed the results of experiments by RAID MOONSHINE STILLS various expert chemists, to find sub112 Millions Mt. Vernon, Ky., May 2. United stitutes for leather. Shark skin was one of many fish-ski- States Prohibition officer, W. H used experimented with, and, accord- Samuels, Judge Mulllns and Jailer W. COLDS ing to the scientists, it was found that H. Llvesay destroyed three moon- to a leather similar to hides of cattle shine stills last night. No one was HILL'S Considerable beer was and other animals could be produced captured. through certain chemical processes. destroyed. The officers wero fired on, but no one was hurt. m 2,400 REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS QUIT SERVICE TOBACCO MEN GET OMl& NIGHT RIDER NOTES Standard told remedy feur Resignations Washington, May 1, "- In taoiei lorm breaks up a. ccitr. m. -., Paducah, Ky., May 2. Three of 2,490 Regular Army officers have Lv01 plate relieves inr in hour T. County tobacco growers, reMoney Mcit II n u.. been accepted since the armistice the nuine con tJilTv War 'Department announced today. siding in the Melber district, have reMr, ma-si- t top with picture. During the same period 180,581 ceived during the last ten days night At All Drat Statrnt emergency officers were discharged. rider warnings of a threatening tone. maUfe-fiRataaKns last year KILL x.& t LJ4Rr CASCARApipEL mbw' & and CIarlo Williams; Messrs Oco Davis, Bradley Leach, Rob and Char-H- e Williams and Lyburn and Clnu.l Taylor, with Mr. Sep Williams as (Dy Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly1 by Manager. Every one went away fpl- PRINTING COMPANY HARTFORD flnir bettor n It wn n anrn mra fnr Incorporated Harsh thoughts subducdxand un- -' blues. We sincerely hope they will spoken aro as an antldoto unto others vj3t again 90on, AV. S. TIXSIiUY, Editor I that would arise. Rov Dlrch slllchls fine,i hls tcg11. mid Iluslnws Manager. !lat appointment nt Green River Capt. A. D. WhltO go: a haircut ohnW.li Knmlnv TI,o PlmrM, 1.na mil. Entered according to law nt the and shavo Tuesday. ne is doing at Cl Mm tor Jinlt tmo preaching. Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall well as could bo expected and tho Green River Church was organized matter of the second class. barber who did tho work hai almost in 1S3G and has only had one Sunday to If not quite recovered. Address nil communications preaching until now. Preaching at Tho Hartford Republican. Church 1st nml 3rd Sundays at 11 I wish some fellow would steal my o'clock, and at Cromwell school house bonds, these bonds that bind mo to nt 7:30 ,n tho 0VcnInB. Slimlav NOTICE TO SUIJSCmilEHS this Joint, and keep them until I can School each Sunday at 9:45. Wo Subscribers desiring tho paper sent get an 1 two weeks' fishing trip have tho best Sunday school wo liavo to a new address must give tho obi address in making tho request. out of my system. had for several years. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and Sc per lino for each adMrs. Corrlnno Stewart and Miss Peggy, our linotype operator, snys Goldn Cooper ditional insertion. w entertained a number Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards she would probably have taken treat- of their friends nt six o'clock dinner, 3IRS. P. II. ALKOHD. of Thanks, lo per word, and 6c for ment from the faith Dr., or tho mag- Saturday evening. each head line and slgnautro, money In advance. Mr. John Morris, of Eden, Ky. and Mother was born January 29, 182S, netic healer, had she not caught her buying some headache tablets for her Mr. Nat Austin, of Graham, (Church Notices for services free, make fredied Dec. 9, 1919. per but other advertisements, lc own use. quent trips hero, but always stop on God, in his love and wisdom has takword. Cooper Ave. will Anonymous communications en Mother away. Press day and no beads on the receive no attention. Little Lula D and Earl F. Martin We loved them, wo loved them; string. We heard from J. Henry in arc, visiting their grandparents, Mr. God loved them eveu more, Louisville, A mutual and Mrs. R. B. Martin. this week, He has taken them from us TELEPHONES friend told us he saw, Thomas going 59 Farmers Mutual.. '. Mr. Charlie Rogers, who has been To live with him forevermore. 123 out as he was going In at about 1:30. confined to his room since December, Cumberland is able to be out. Brothers! Mother to Heaven has gone after P. M. MAY Dr. Oscar Allen left Sunday for FRIDAY, There she will await Talk about May days, wo had one, Chicago, where he will stay several Friends and we children May the first you know, following weeks. To enter the beautiful Gate. We wonder what a baked potato the close of the month of April, and if ttsa UUIUU .UUfVI IUI3 ..... I ..A1 UV! ...lOO f1iln nrrnrf tin. ICVl.VU lif... brings now in one of these there is n man in town who failed commission as Postmaster. Mother! We sadly mls3 thee restaurants, the sort patronized by While on earth we roam, to present us with a bill for payment Mr. Clarence James has returned we'd like to set 'em up to nlm. the overalls gang, from Bowling Green. But we promised to meet thee . "heavenly Home." Mr. Avery Stowart Is In Louisville r Wo may have a fine crop of berries In that Charlie Carden says since Squiro o season, but there will be no Jam this clasped Dean has gono out of the mill and XOTiCE TO FARMERS Mother and Father have up at our house with sugar a score feed business maybe there will be hands and ten cents a pound. some chance for him to get some sawOn yonder's bright shore, Thosc of you who are thinking ot inLet us Join them In that happy land dust in this section, so's he can organizing ico clubs must commenco One 'can most always think of a crease his supply ot bran, ship-stuAnd be parted never more. taking Ico, on or before tho 20th of few things to be thankful 'for, for and such feeds. HER DAUGHTER., May, 1920, If you want any reduced we have no fears of bandits instance o i prices. Will glvfc you wholesale or others stealing our limousine, or We have promised Mrs. Cox that prices if you take out 1200 lb., 4 CIRCUIT COURT IN even a ham of meat. we would keep our weather eye on blocks weekly, at one trip, any club REGULAR MAY TERM the Captain while she is on that visit that falls to take out four blocks or The Poles doings are holding the in Missouri, and if the Capt. becomes more every week violates tho contract center of the stage across the Ocean The Ohio Circuit Court convened too frisky wo are gonna send her a and will be forced to pay the retail and aside from the little space given Monday In its regular May session, wireless. We hope Capt. Cox sees Hiram Johnson, General Wood and with quite a volupio of business this and gets a bit skittish so's wo price thereafter if they get any more ' ice. So make your contract on or Baseball, the Greasers have about all awaiting transaction. won't have to sit up nights shadowing before tho 2pth of May. Will mako of the board on this side. Nearly all of the business transact- him. contract only for my own manufaced up to yesterday morning was In ture. Cannot say what I may havo A man may loiter around a bank A day's view of tho average per- the nature of motions and orders mitn daylight, holdup tht made before and by the Court in tho son's life may not entltlo ono to ap- - . tr Tnv frr tno nhnirt vmit go in broad-ope- n .. , away with all In the officials and get ply the square and plumb-lin- e to his 17-absence of any Jury. Hartford, Ky bank's coffers. He may be a suspiThe following cases havj Veen dis- recltude and conduct, but close and cious character and hang around t. posed of: Impartial scrutiny over a span of a In Great Britain nearly postofflce and likewise clean it out Mack Austin vs. Verdio Austin, couple of weeks when tho watched tohs of coal are mined annually. without being molested, but the min- Judgment for divorce; Myrtle Brown party is In normal stride, and tho a ute one gets loafing around one ot vs. Wesley Brown, Judgment for di- signboard arises to the government, bonded liquor these NOTICE Morris,; observer, almost impossible to vorce; A. F. Kelley vs. E. F. warehouses, he is a goner, they nab Ohio County Farmers Mutual telehim right now. The Ohio County Fiscal Court will phone Co. vs. Maude Wilson; Jacob Owing to the fact that somo people receive bids on Wednesday June 2nd., Weller vs. Iva E. Bailey and Andrew The Railroads of the Country have Mercer vs. S. B. Huff, all dismissed believe everything they see in this 1920, for tho grading to be done on asked for an Increase in rates, to settled. column to bo true, and others don't the Hartford & Owensboro Stato Aid When they taling $1,017,000,000. Vance vs. believe any of It, wo are again forced Road, said grading to be done from The case of Nannie are granted this increase, and we Broadway Coal Mining Co., was on i to make this announcement, so that Beda to the foot of tho Hoover Hill, they will get it, then it will presume trial late yesterday afternoon. This . all who read may know: "Absolute- - , and f r'n Jbn Hoagland's house to be due time for the railroad employes action Is being rather strenuously ly and without doubt or equivocation, Buford, plans and specifications for to demand an increase in pay which contested and brought a large array everything you see in this column is said work will bo on file with tho Dewill amount to about twice that sum. of witnesses and others from tho original, new and true, if not other- partment of Public Roads at FrankIf refused, a strike willbe threatened, Broadway Mines.. fort, Ky., the Court reserves tho right wise." probably staged, and then the whole to reject any and all bids, if it so t Only 21 Jurors had been Impaneled chebang will bo to do over again. up Leach, the druggist, was trying to desires. yesterday. The full number to Thus the wheels of high prices go will be added this morning. Those sell Battle Nail some heir restorer OHIO COUNTY FISCAD COURT, round, but always upward. now Impaneled are: H. C. Lake, Fred the other day, when Leach, the cobround and By W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Clerk. Notice Is further given that it is Miller, R. H. Taj lor, Walden Haynes bler, butted in with the suggestion Back about the time the campaign W. A. Loyd, L. L. Embrey, Gorden that what Bat most need;u was. desired to construct this road on was put on for floating the liberty Chlnn, Ellis Baize, R. M. Render. T. Grandpa's soap. A third party 'lows from Buford to Pleasant Ridge makloans we needed a suit of clothes, or E. Cooper, Fred Baize, A. F. Bellamy, as how the hardpan was so close to ing in all about seven miles and in thought we did, which could have Herbert Carden, Darrell Sullenger, II. the surface ono could hardly get an addition thereto all the bridges and been bought for about $30.00. InJ. Milligan, Shelby Rock, W. S. How- idea into Bat's dome much less in- cuhxrts of concrete from Hartford stead of the garments, we took a gov ard, W. F. Newcomb, W. S. Hill, S. duce hair to grow on his skull. to Pleasant Ridge, tho plans and ernment bond for $50, at par. We T. Barnett and S. H Easton. specifications of which have not yet are now compelled to have the clothes CROMWELL. ". been fully made but are being made. but find that the suit is now $50.00 CENTRAL PARK H .S. Bids upon the work ready for conin price and that we must put up Rob Roy's home talent delivered an struction will therefore be considCOMMENCEMENT CALENDAR four-a$8.00 in cash in addition to the bond, excellent play, "Parlrio ered in connection with the compeas bonds have depreciated in value to Rose", here Saturday evening, to a tency of the bidder to do all tho work Baccalaureate services Sunday.May 84 cents on the dollar. We showed 9th. very large audience. The characters of construction above noted In the our patriotism in taking the bond High School Play, Monday even- were Miss Martha Sandefur, (Praric event a contract therefor can bo and helping the Government, but ing May 10. Rose), Misses Agnes, Anna, Marie must confess to a display of durn Class night, Wednesday evening, poor business sense. May 12. Commencement Exercises, ThursOur friends, the Democrats, in day evening, May 13. their resolutions adopted in convenDr. J. T. C. Noe, of K. S. U., will pointed with deliver the Commencement Address. tion here Saturday, pride to tho parcel post law as one of the achievements of their party RESOLUTIONS and Uig present administration, when i. In lact every man, woman and chi'd Whereas, the Rob Roy Dramatic who is capable of knowing anything Club delivered such an instructive worth while, knows that we had a play at Cromwell, Ky., on the night of ' parcel post law long before Woodrow May 1, The Resources at the Bank's Command. Wilson saw the inside ot the White Therefore be it resolved! The Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. House. They also pointed with pride 1, That we commend the nature to tho enactment ot the Land Loan and character ot their play. The Confidence of the Public. Law, but forgot to state that not a 2. That their coming left a good The Fair Methods'that Have Ever Prevailed dollar has been borrowed Under that impression in the town and law by the farmers for a long time To the man who has no banking connection, we and not a dollar is now being borrow3. That the Green River Baptist ed, due to the fact that constitution- Sunday School extend to them their now issue this invitation to connect himself with this ality ot tho. act has been raised and thanks for their liberal donation to bank. As a depositor his money is absolutely safe the law is as a dead letter. They also said Sunday School. and as a borrower he will.be accorded as liberal utterly failed' to point with pride or 4. That a copy of these resolu terms as is consistent with safe banking. anything else, at the most recent De- tions be sent to both our County pa- mocratic administration in Kentucky, pers tor publication. and failed to condemn the present ReBIRCH SHIELDS, Pastor. publican administration. We don't find fault with them for the two latADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Come in and talk with any official of the bank. ter omissions, only noting the All persons having claims against "We will give you the advantage of our experience if strangeness ot the matter, but we do the estate ot W. A. Maddox and Jenj you want it. think that they ought to have eased nie Maddox, both deceased, are hereup a bit on that parcel post pride by notified to present same to me, business. proporly proven, on or before May . the 18th, 1920, or they will be for SULPHUR SPRINGS. Ohio County's Oldest Financial ever barred. This April 21st, 1920. Institution. . Mr. Thomas Morris, who has been tf. S. CARSON, Admr. fikk all winter, is very much worse W. A. and Jennie Maddox. The Hartford Republican and friends fear he will not recover. E. S. Toms lost n good horso last week with colic or bots, tho veterinary could not tell Just what tho trouble was. Farmers are working between showers trying to get out n crop but tho showers are so long and tho between tlmo so short that they aro not making much headway. Mrs. J. A. Howard, who has been very 111 with n very bad caso of rheumatism, Is slowly Improving, and her friends aro very hopeful now that she will soon bo up. H. M. Ashby, of Jingo, who hs been In bed most of tho tlmo for about two years, with a complication of diseases, took a turn for the worse Tuesday and his peoplo thought ho was paralyzed, bur at this writing ho seems to be getting better. STRAY STREAKS Acton Bros Special Discount COMMENCING a-- Saturday, May 8th TO MAY 18, INCLUSIVE We are going to sell our Big Stock of . Furniture, Rugs Mattings and L all Kinds of Household &f Furnishings At a Special Reduction of te yf 10 Per Cent On Stoves, Ranges and Cooking Utensils we will give a Special Reduction of 5 per cent. All of these articles were bought sometime ago and could not be duplicated in the market today for anything near the price we paid for them. Our aim is to reduce our stock. Come in and let us save you some good money in this SPECIAL STOCK REDUCTION SALE. ff ! ,' rti 4t AH Sales? To Obtain The Discount Must be for Cash. 1 ' , MUNSINGWEAR IS TRUE ECONOMY IN UNDERWEAR Because of its unusual dura- I ct Iff 1 The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things mi tip i JIB 7m if$ bility and wearability, its quality of fabric, perfection of fit and finish,together with its moderate price, Munsing- wear is enthusiastically en- - J dorsed by millions of thrifty J & and patriotic Americans, We have it in many styles and fabrics for men, women and childrenall sizes'. T fc i Come in and let us show you the many practical fea- T 1 tures of Munsingwear O Mpn'e ir . .. . I Tninn UU115, tfl.fD to w.AVit C..:i CM -- Ladies' Union Suits, $1.25sto $1.50 &Z.UU. : An Our Facilities Are at Your Disposal BANK OF HARTFORD Carson iiuiiunwmiiniiM.f,,,,, L Co. I Hartford, Kentucky. llli in fcv ' , t nlf "f v-- v -- !.... Mr. C. Y. Alien, of Cromwell, was In , Hartford Mondny ana Tu?cdny. Dick Williamson, who has been at- See ACTON DnOS. Special discount Salo ad In this Issue a M MEN'S HATS Rothschild. Star Hats . tending tho High School here, returned Saturday, to his homo at Graham. Judge C. M. Crowo wns In boro yesterday, on business. Owens- Tho Star Theater Is putting on Fanning Tools and Machinery for shows tonight and tomorrow night of nil your needs, whether It bo a tractor unusual Interest. lor garden rnko, may bo procured of ;W.E. ELLIS & BRO. 42t4 This is tho PAINTING Season, an 1 K r it I . Mr. T. D. Dell, of Ploaiant Rldgo, spent Tuesday and Wednesday hare, the ;:uesl of his daughter, Mm. .1. P. Mr. Leonard Wallace, after spendCasoblo'1 .nd Mr. CnsnWer ing tou days with his parents and other relatives, near Roslne, will return 7'lHlliS?!K Wsv&fisr i - mt - JU4,! J The Rothschild Mark Identifies hats fcO Messrs. Louis Fulkerson and Jolin to Hull, Texas, tomorrow. worn by uood chessen fur sixty yens LIndley returned Monday from Detroit, where they had gono to secure Mossrs. W. H. Parks, R. E. Leo automobiles for Acton Bros. Sfmmerman, Rowan and Harold Holbrook, of this place, and J. M. PorCarl Sandefur, with the Hartford ter, of Beaver Dam, attended the Motor Company, suffered a broken Democratic State Convention in Louarm near tho wrist, Monday, while isville, Tuesday. working in tho garage here. Tho Rob Roy Dramatic club will Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas, of the play here, at the Opera house, SaturLivermore Graded and High School, day night, In the "Prairie Rose." spent tho weok-on- d here, with her This troupe of near-hom- e talent has mother, Mrs. Emma Thomas. twice given this play and compliments havo been numerous. Mrs. 0. T. Burns will return today or tomorrow from Whitesvllle, whoro Mrs. J. F. Vlckers and daughter, she has been on a short visit with Miss Marlon Austin, Miss Ruth t, her parents, Dr. tond Mrs. A. S. Petty. Messrs J. O. Jenkins and Wool-rldg- o Little, of Owensboro, were guests Sunday and Monday of Mr. FOK SALE One well built, old Mule, 16 hands high. Works and Mrs. R. E. L. Slmmerman. anywhere. Call over Home phono or Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Taylor and Mr. write PEARL SANDEFUR, Beaver and Mrs. Joo R. Williams, of Beaver Dam, Ky. Dam, had as their guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Childress, of Major and Mrs. John L: Lallinger, of Owensboro, were guests this week of Camp Taylor, Louisville; Mr. O. P County Attorney A. D. Kirk and Airs. Brunton, of Louisville, and Mr. HenKirk. Mrs. Childress Is a sister of ry Lloyd. Mr. Kirk. Tho Blue Ribbon Stove has short James Tate, Deputy County Court flue, heats quickly and consumes but Clerk, spent Saturday and Sunday in llttlo oil; DOES NOT SMOKE, I Lcltchfield, visiting friends, with the saves you money, oil and time. Let "s" eliminated from tho word us refer you to our satisfied customers before you purchase. "friends". Collars, Ties, Belts, Shirts, Underwear, Suits, Caps, 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hosieiy, Etc. Call and see them. Our 'prices are Mrs. Rowan Holbrook went to OwI havo opened a Jewelry shop ensboro, Thursday, to spend the rebelow factory prices today. mainder of the week with her daugh- in tho office occupied by Cal. P. ter, Mrs. Henderson Murphree and Keown, Hartford, Ky., and am prepared to do all work on Short notice. Mr. Murphree. Bring mo your clocks, watches etc. 451p INSURE your farm property and All work guaranteed. J. L. BLANKENSHIP. other buildings in the old and reliable, Royal Fire Insurance Company. Mr. John Bozarth and wife, who CAL P. KEOWN, havo been in Simpson County for Agt. for Ohio County. 43t4 somo time arrived home Monday Mr. J .Mrs. Elizabeth T. Ferguson, after Bozarth had been working In the Oil ' an extended visit with relatives in fields near Franklin, but sustained an Tennessee, rejoined her son Mr. John injury to one of his hands last week, day for eggs and L. Ferguson, Geologist for the Oil and was forced to temporarily stop Wo pay The Hartford Republican poultry. cash everyELLIS & BRO. Concern operating here. work. W. E. Better made hats in the latest styles awaic you here for your JHJjLTp3 ,'ajB-- o Mm I.nf. we have plenty of RED SPOT PAINT. 4512 ACTON BROS. Carpenters, Contractors ai& Parties Going to Build m Price $4, $5 and $6 MBGa! I are prepared to fill your WE in the various kinds, SB? of Building Materials afcprices Tap-scot- ithat will meet your"approval. Write us for prices on any- thing youjieed. Mem's Furnishings , FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL JAKE WILSON, Manager Cft FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. TSkgz&Cfcx .31 AY 7 XSHRjBVUI I..I..I...;I..I..I.....H - 'H - 4 - I" - ;";"4 - '-M"I - H - -H;M?''5 FRIDAY,. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. W. S. Carter, of Centcrtown, was hero Saturday. Mr. S. T. Williams, of Rob Roy, was In town "Wednesday. Lime, Plaster and Cement, 39t4 W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Mr. Wm. yanillton, of High View, was In Hartford Wednesday. J. Ellis Mitchell, of Dundee, was here Monday, on business. Mr. T. H. Benton, of Centcrtown, was hero Monday, oh business. Mr. Eugene Stroud, of near was in Hartford, Monday. Wo have all kinds of good seed corn. 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. FOK SALE One 5 room dwelling in Hartford. See . CAL P. KEOWN. 42t3 Brooktield 1 . We will give 5. por cent discount Capt. J. G. Keown, of Evansville, Ind., with the Case Plow Company, on ico books where cash is paid on I Misses Hettio and Ruth Riley, of is spending the week in Hartford and presentation of book, otherwise no discount. here, Ohio County.' . pwensboro, spent the week-en- d ELLIS ICE CO., " .with relatives. Hartford, Ky. --,U ! Have plenty of ico to supply all 42t4 Cuscaden's Cream served in cones trade. Have your Ice Boxes ready Mrs. W. 0. Blankenship will go to ELLIS ICE CO., .and saucers at CASEBIER & TAY- for service. tomorrow, remaining Hartford,- Ky. Louisville, 43t3 LOR'S Restaurant. there until Monday, when she, with Mrs. W. H. Renfrow, of Dundee, Mrs. Laura Stevens, will go to WashMessrs. Wat Taylor, E. J. Carter "'and Forest Hardin, of the Point, were was in Hartford Tuesday and Wed- ington, D. C, to attend the Southern ' nesday, tho guoet-- of Mrs. Minnie Baptist Convention. in Hartford1 Saturday. Wedding Lee. The high-bre- d saddle and harness Messrs. J. W. Edmonson and Ed Master Ferdinand Pirtle went to stallion Maxle Tenbrook owned by Smallhous, were in town Hunter, of afternoon to Dr. L. B, Bean, will stand at the HartDundee Wednesday Saturday, on business. spend tho remainder of the week ford Fair Grounds this season. This fine young horse can pace a mile in Mr. E. W. Smith, of Equality, was with relatives. 44tt 2 minutes and 12 seconds. week, visiting his son, In town this REPAIR That old rieerlng' or Mr. 0. E. Smith and Mm. Smith. Customers who do not consume 100 Mower while (he weather 1j ' nnnnilR or more of ice daily will Day Miss Mary Barnett, of Louisville, bad. Get your repairs of the! regular retaij price., This applies BRO W. E. ELLIS was the, guest Sunday of Mr. and 4414 to all trade. 100 rosVdally- 80 cents Mrs. A. M. Barnett and family. ' For fresh Grape Fruit and other per cwt., 200 Jbs, daily up.to 300 lbs,., per cwt. 3QU idb. or more Mrs. Rachel Suultz was the wook- - Fruits, Candies and all things in that 75 cents ' 60 cents per cwt. McKenney and line come to our place! end guest of Mrs, J. O. ELLIS ICE CO. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. 42t3 Dr. McKenney, of Beaver Dam. & belter made. TAYLOR. Creamery Butter, nono Get it of CASEBIER Rev. Russell Walker and family will leave today for Fordsville, for a two or threo days' visit with relative's, when Mrs. Walker and children will go to "McQuady to visit relatives, while Rov. Walker is attending the in Miss Emilio Bell went to Fordsville Southern Baptist Convention of Wednesday to visit friends and attend Washington, D. C. Mr. J. C "Dink" Westerfleld. Pleasant Ridge, was In town Tues- the commencement exercises of the day, on business. Rev. R. E. Fuqua assumed his duFordsville Graded and High School. as pastor of the ties Saturday, Miss Bell will return tomorrow. Prentiss Baptist Church, preaching A now baby boy arrived at tho Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT for in tho afternoon and also Sunday afhomo of Mr. and Mrs W. B. CampIn the future, services are Can- ternoon. bell, on April 27. i quick Lunches, Confectionaries, dles, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits to be held at 2:30 p. m., on the third LOST) Bras3 Hub Cap off auto- TATE'S TRANSFER cars make con- Sunday and Saturday preceding, of mobile. Return to garage of TAY- nection with all Beaver Dam trains. each month. LOR & MORRIS and receive reward. Mrs. Marvin Bean, of Akron, Ohio, Miss Kathleen Tichenor, of Matan- A. B. Tlchenor and Messrs zas, who had been visiting her aunt, will arrive here Monday, to remain Hon. S. W. S. Brown .and E. J. Carter, of Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, and Mr. Bratch-e- r, with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. for a few days, left here for Ow K. Cox, until Thursday, when she, Centcrtown, wero In town Saturday. ensboro, Tuesday, to visit relatives with Mrs. Cox and Master Kenneth BIrkhead, will leave for Charleston, R. Plrtlo went to Owens-bor- o Mrs. J. Mrs. C. E. Smith has received word Mo., for a visit with Mrs. Cox's Wednesday, to bo with her fath-o- r, Mr. D. L. Smith, who Is seriously that her nephew, Karlo Fortnoy, who daughter, Mrs. W. A. Goodin and Mr. underwent an operation for appendi Goodln. .V ill. citis, nt St. Mary's Hospital, Louis County Agent M. L. McCracken, For price on that new Rubber Tire ville Monday, is getting along splen who has been in Louisville since last i dldly. Buggy, latest stylo, wrlto Saturday, crating his furniture and FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., Mr. C. O. Hunter, accompanied his attending to other business, will reFordsvlllo, Ky. mother, Mrs. S. T. Hunter, to Owens- turn tomorrow, accompanied by Mrs. Miss Alberta Hughes, of Central boro, yesterday, whero Mrs. Hunter McCracken and the children, who City, spent tho week-en- d here, the will have her eyes examined and havo been making an extended visit guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan probably an operation performed for Avlth relatives in tho Kentucky Metropolis. Impaired vision. and family. Rev. N. C. Robinson will preach at Mr. W. S. Gains, of Fordsvlllb, was Read Hill Church on the second SunIn town Saturday, on business. day which Is tho Oth day of May, 1D20. Saturday night before. Owens-bor- o L. T. "Kelly" Riley, was In N. C. ROBINSON. on business. last wock-ond, Buy Your Paints Now and the best line of Varnishes, Oils azgei other painters supplies to be found.. Our stock of Wall Paper has. jusE: arrived and is in style ami up-to-da- We have a line of the best Paisfe te quality. See our line of Flash Lights, TosId Articles, Cigars, Tobaccoes, Box Cam-die- s, Brushes and many other articles too numerous to mention. We carry a full line of Patent Me icines in addition to the most complete stock of Pharmaceuticals. We also have a complete line z Columbia Grafonolas and Records See them before buying. Visit our store and get our prices: - ' We expect to start Ice delivery Monday, April 19th, 1920. Will place all ice in your refrigerator In quantities of 25 lbs. and up. Less pieces will be placed on front walk so please have your change or tickets ready it you expect ice, and have your refrigerator ready for ice man. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. 42t4 When in need of coal ca)l W. E. ELLIS oyor either 'phone at his residence at night, or the 'Home 'phone at" Ico Plant in the day time. We are in a position to do any kin'd of hauling, have a No. one truck and can give you quick service. Will do your service as cheap as any one. ELLIS ICE CO., -42t4 Hartford, Ky. Ohio County Incorporated DrugCk Hartford, Kentucky. t MJHWH HHKmttttHttMl'lmUIH Have never been able in advance, in to contract ice for the July and August. ELLIS ICE CO., , Hartford, Ky. 42t4 over-dema1 SOLDIER SHOT, DIES BEAVER DAM TID3 SCENE - .Private Ed Doss, charged with be ing a deserter from tho U. S. Army, while attempting to escape those who On account of the increased cost of were seeking bis capture and return coal, repairs, ammonia, gas, chloride to Camp Knox, was shot by Private pt calcium and man power ice will be Odie Allen, in Beaver Dam, Monday 10 cents higher on the hundred lbs., nicht from the effects of which ha to all trade. As to car ice we are; died earlythe next morning, while be not in a position to make any prices ing conveyed to Camp Knox. It seems that Allen bad been plac in advance, as we can not get prices - '... ' . ed as a guard avor tho rri'innvT-irHai- ra he made his escape, and that; Urn ttaM pursued him from camp to Bwwr Dam, and when Doss ref useiLta tho command, to halt, tired, ttfccr fleeing man probably more at least one shot taking efJeeifio.JKMj AK-l- en soldier's head. It is said. was without funda far retwnwng to Camp Knox. He reported' thi)tai-de- nt to (he Authorities there. sadCn-celv- ed orders to bring the. wosnatAwt Soldier back to camp at sum: "while enrouto and before rinrliitnr there, he succumbed. The dead soldier Is saf tan Mwe been a resident of Central City, wJMAo the home of Allon is probably In. ler County. Vt-w- at t6t !fc -. . drinking milk If they wish to b cd in the building Industries In theso healthy and strong. cities in both the number nnd the cost Among tho pupils who heard such of oporatons. Tho year of tho next a lecture In a school In Platto County, highest record was 191C, when 347,-7C- 1 REAVER DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. operations wero reported, which Judge R. V. Slack, Oweniboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenn;v law, 1SC3, tho Internal revcnuo was Wyo., were three boys from ono famUnlit For The Flock Dust Tho ncrago Com'th. Attorney year $9,000,-00- 0 ily. All threo wero very much un- cost $1,046,276,549. C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. .If the best results are to bo cx- - $3,000,000 In tho next youngor cost per operation In the cities which to derweight, as wero two anil the amount Increased ford. frnni Mm (lock, the lldlS mUCt nni1 Polico Judgo J. W. Coopor. so far reported for 1919 was by brothers at homo. Their mother had have not bo allowed to become overrun! $31,000,000 by 1870, $41,000,000 Af- - had little training in tho caro and $2,127 In 1918 and $3,653 in 1919. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Marshal R. F. Stevens. by 1882. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner with Urn or tho house with mltcs. 1377 and $47,000,000 feeding of children nnd tho children j tin, Hartford. TJsually, there will bo a plnco In the ter that year, the amount declined showed It. She was very FORDSV1LLE. wllllnr ' . low until Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, ,mr,i xviior thn hens can dust thein - ioiid remainou relatively help carry out tho sug-- , however, ot mark of 1S98, with a Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonot. Hartford. selves In tho dry dirt. In the absenco Suddenly, In 1S99 gestions about food that tho children In 1SS4. 1st Mondny In March II days Clork Olla Cobb. of such a place, a box about 2 feet brought homo from the lecture. Com'th. nnd Civil. square and containing ordinary road tho Income Jumped to $52,000,000 Polico Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. Two months later tho home demon1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. dust or flno dirt should be placed In and tho amount reached $71,000,000 stration agent met the mother, who Marshal Grant Pollard. In 1912, $85,000,000 In 191C, 1st Monday In July 12 days tho house. $15G, 000,000 In told her how pleased she was at the In 1917, and Com'th. nnd Civil. A dust bath aids tho hens In keep " children's gain in weight and general 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September ing lice In check and therefore adds 191S. .Tho receipts. of ..Internal irove- - health since their chnngo In diet. ...... logeinor prouueeu i FOR PRESENT YEAR: Civil. to their comfort. If they arc not nuo ami customs you by dust - $13,000,000 InlSGB $52,000,000 In Then she said: "I must tell Mondny in November 12 days 4th nhln tn keen them In check County Board of Education E. S, $104,- - about tho experiment that the boys j Com'th. and Civil. Ing themselves, other . measures. can 1S97, $75,000,000 In 1009, AAA AAA cats to show me that what . .. . ... - AArt AAA C1? n In tried with Howard, S. S. O. C. w,v m 1ft1i , yu,v,vv,-lin tnken. united stales Department you told them about rats was true. COUNTY COURT. 1917, and $17S,000,000 In 191S. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. of Agriculture. They thought that cats ought to do Meets first Monday in each month. Route 6. as well as rats in an experiment of Judge Mack Cook. 1I1C I' Jens. ! Vnw Tlmo Tn Took. Soil or Pen Div. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvillo.. that kind, nnd they had tho cats and County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. A great many Inquiries aro reach- The Koostcr. didn't have tho rats. So they took Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunFarmers lose many millions of dol- - lng tho Bureau of Entomology, United two kittens, and to one they only Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. lars annually from bad methods of States Department of Agriculture, fed separated milk, and to tho other Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosino. producing and handling eggs. Much for methods of controlling fleas. The they gave whole milk with a tableJailer Worth TIchenor. of this loss Is preventable, because It work of the department has shown, spoon of cream added to each feedDlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner aLH tnatm-eI- t jit Is due to the partial hatching of fer- - fortunately, that the best moans of ing. B gCgdjBBM Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. M in your tilo eggs, which have been allowed to controlling fleas In most instances Is "It turned out with them Just Hko Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, become warm enough to begin to In- - very simple. Fleas usually origl-batmouth It did with tho rats, to the Intense nate in the basement of tho house, or satisfaction of the boys. The kltton FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S. You can help save the loss due to in some covered place such as wood-bloo- d had tho whole milk grew big that Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Mldklff and' rings by keeping the male bird sheds and stables, to which hogs, and strong while the one on tho sepa October. K cakes, biscuits Jones. from your flock after the hatching dogs, or other such animals have rated milk diet was thin and puny." B doughnuts that just VMB 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, IraTeachers is to give the cess. The remedy is over. Institute, Sept. 13th keep you hanging E Route 3. 17th. The rooster does not help tho hens bnsement, shed, or other breeding Surgeons agree that in cases of XVMj 'round tho pantry 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav to lay. He merely fertilizes the germ place a thorough cleaning, burn the Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the er Dam. EXAMINATIONS of the egg. The fertile germ in hot litter, and then sprinkle the floor or first treatment Is most important. Ord District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. weather quickly becomes a blood ground in tho building or shed with When an efficient antiseptic is applied 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 16 jlng, which spoils the egg for food common salt. The salt should be promptly, there Is no danger of inBIKING POWDER and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam. and marke;. Summer heat has the sprinkled thickly enough almost to fection and the wound begins to heal DHP, tho safest, purest, most H 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-town- . and Fordsvillo.. same effect on fertile eggs as the hen cover the ground and should then be at once. For use on man or beast, economical kind. Try VW May 21 and 22 County Teachers" bake-dajBBJB or Incubator. jwet down with water, the specialists Borozono Is tho ideal antisoptic and 9JflH it drive array W. S. Dean, Dundee. flth District Examination nt Hartford, (White). failures. 1 After the hatching season is over, say. It should not be wet sufficient-cook- ,, healing agent. Buy it now and be 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. you May 2S and 29 County Teachers save sell, or pen your rooster. Your y to cause it to run, however. If ready for an emergency. Price 25c, FaVM You save when you buy It. when uso it. JPjH 8th District &! You B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotton nt Hnrtford, (Colored). Calumetcontainsonlysuch JflBJi hens In running with a male bird will there are about tho place any houses, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio I ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County nnd State 9BI ingredients as have been K produce infertile eggs quality eggs cribs, or the like built on plle3 so that County Drug Co. m SHH approved officially by tho Teachers' Examination at Fordsvillo,. jPJBf U.S. Food Authorities. nARTFORD. keep best and market best. hogs and other animals can go under that (White). United States Department 'of Asrlcul- - them, salt should be applied there. IMIUSSIA LEADING HIGHEST Mayor J. E. Bean. June 25 and 26 County and Stato ture. Generally speaking, It Is fairly easy Clerk J. A. Howard. IX POPULATION Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. to determine whero tho fleas origiN..-.'"" (Colored). " Marshal E. P. Casebler. By means of a potato cutter, a po nate, and it. Is usually such a place Paris, May 1 France continued to Sept. 17 and IS County and a potato digger, as can be reached by tho salt treat- fall behind Prussia in population durtato planter and IIOCKPORT Examination nt Hartford, may be necessary to re- - ing tho war, according to figures along with other machines and a ment. It Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (White). , Intelligent agriculture, a farmer peat the operation two or three times furnished by the National Alliance for more Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Clerk N. II. Bratcher. intervals. the Growth of the French Population. has been able to produce 57 bushels at about three-da- y Polico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Examination nt HartforiL. 1S75-7when the potatoes with one average hour's In tho year3 of Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). Franco-Prussia- n "World Acreage of Wheat labor. A half century ago tho pro- first census after the A dispatch received by the Bureau war was as much, taken in each country, duct was only one-thiBays the United States Department of of Crop Estimates, United States France surpassed Prussia in popula jpavtment of Agriculture, April 20, tion by more than 11,000,000. The 1920, from the International Insti- - low French birth rate enabled PrusFresh vegetables for an average tute of Agriculture, Rome, Italy, gives sia to gain so rapidly that Prussia family may bo grown upon a large the total area in winter wheat this had passed France several hundred year In Spain, France, Scotland, Hit- - thousand wheu the World War broke back yard or city lot. mania, Bessarabia, Canada, Unltet' out. During the war the population of FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Tobacco exports from the United States, British India, Japan and Tunis Dissolved in water for douches stop States per capita have persistently as 94,902,000 acres, which is 92.3 France diminished by 973,440 while pelvic catarrh, ulceration and .declined since 1790, says the United Per cent of last year and 91 per cent that of Prussia diminished by only Recommended by Lydia E. -mf condi-Fro,v five-yeaverage. Tho 312,827. Pinkham Med. Co, for ten year. States Department of Agriculture, of a A healing wonder for natal catarrh, average tion of sereals is good In Great that year to 1794 the soro throat and sore oye Economical. Hm extraordinary cleunoff and tfermtadal tuwrr. if domestic tobacco wero tain, Ireland, Denmark, Austria; av- - Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, iFree. SOe. all drujgiiti, cr - erage in Italy, Algeria ana .uesopota. collar and harness galls heal up 15ule TTi PaltonTcJrt Cocnpapy. Doito--rpohpaid ty I 19.7 pounds per capita, and by 1S45Children VmaJ. Maty quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini1S54 the average had fallen to 0.1 niia. A Sbfe Old Fashioned ment is applied. Jt is both healing pounds. During 1S75-1SS- 4 it was Remedy for Worms Price 25c, 50c, and and antiseptic. 4.9 pounds and by 1905-191- 4 Hessian Fly Withstands Cold. it had Seventy-fiv- e years continSpecialists of the United States De- $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counbecome 4.1 pounds. .raraia . ; h.tj ft i. SZi uous uae is the best testim partment of Agriculture stationed in ty Drug Co. monial FKEV'S VERMIFUGE v can offer you. 700,000 Sparrow!, Destroyed By Wit- the Middle West have determined Keep a bottle always on In use for over 40 years! that, in spite, of th6 severe winter, GHAXDMOTHEK CITY MAIISHAL. ter Drhc In Utah hand. It will help keep of the Hessian English at least three-fourtThousands of voluntary Seven hundred thousand the littlo ones happy and Percy, 111., After a month under flies in the "flaxseed" stage oversparrows, each eating six quarts of healthy. letters from women, tellthe regime of "Grandma" Maxwell as 30cabotdeatyourdnjrgiatacr wheat a year, would mean a feed bill wintered successfully. Experiments City Marshal, citizens of Percy say ing of the good Cardul general atore; or if your dealer Succeed when everything else fails. Therefore, have shown, also, that Hessian fly of more than $131,000. can't aupplyyou, tend Manama has done them. This is thoroughly that and 30c in atampa and we'll In nervous prostration and female killing of 700,000 English spar- - eggs exposed all night to a tempera- - they are convinced the aend you n bottle promptly. weaknesse they are the supreme the feminist movement in, many rethe best proof of the value FEEY. Rjllimcre. Hi. tows means that amount of money ture oi 9 degrees above zero will spects, is absolutely flawless. remedy, at thousands have testified. maggots. The of Cardul. It proves that saved for tho farmers concerned. And hatch perfectly healthy FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Not a single arrest has been mado Cardul is a good medicine nearly 700,000 sparrows were killed Indications are, therefore, that the STOMACH TROUBLE or as she campaign in which Hessian fly infestation this year will hero since "Grandma," a State-wid- e in for women. it is the best medicine ever told be very severe. A severe Infestation signs It, Mrs. Jane Maxwell, observed over a druggists counter. 783 Utah farmers Joined forces to There are no harmful or birthday anniverher sixty-seconget rid of the pests during the winter was Indicated last fall, the only hope sary by d -- forming WILL YOU drugs in habit taking over tho duties of of alleviation being that tho nummonths. law enforcement. TAKE It is composed Cardul. County agents helped in the cam- bers might be greatly reduced during "Grandma's" smile, her only wea did not occur. the winter. This only of mild, medicinal paign, which used 5,243 pounds of pon, has proved more efficacious than ingredients, with no bad poisoned nalt. In most casu tho Nothing can be done now toward protecting the present crop from the armament of any of her predecesbait was mado of wheat, poisoned recently sors. This she attributes to tho "100 A Trealmont with slrychnino in accordance with a damage, but information gathered by the entomologists will per, cent order" prevalent In this com roclpo sent out by the Biological Sur(or WEAKTAKE 11 ffTVr I'Cway M IT laT' munity bf 1,400 persons. vey of tho United States Department emphasize tho necessity for tho prac LUNGS or of Agriculture. It was put up in tice of control measures this fall bags in the coun- when planting is being done for next CONSUMPTION ty agent's office. Full instructions year's crop. Control consists In late wero printed on the bags for the use sowing, rotation of crops, plowing For Infants and Children A Quick relict (or Ihit llreJ, rundown feeling, destruction of of tho poison. Each cooperator re- under of stubble, couthi, piins la chest, night iweali. preparaIn Use For Over weak Iuoei or cooiumpllbn. It (I docs-no-t Years ceiving the bait agreed to report on volunteer wheat, thorough help you it coals you nothing. g tho results. Usually the sparrows tion of the soil, the use of fertilizer, Always Lock box the OHIO MEDICAL GO, wero enticed for a few days by put- and selection and proper sowing of Signature O. fctffc You can rely on Cardul. Gosh'l How my back achesl ting unpoisoned bait in places not the best seed. Grip, "flu" or colds, tho kidneys After Surely it will do for you frequented by othr birds and also inand bladdor aro often affected called what it has done for so They Tried It On The Cats. BUILDING OPERATIONS IN 1010 accessible to the poultry of the farm. nephritis, or Inflammation of kidneys. many thousands of other Lack of knowledge concerning tho Then a few grains of poisoned wheat This Is tho rod flag ot danger bettor V-VEwomen! It should help. bo wise and chock tho further inroads of Reports received by the United were put out each day tho dead right food to feed rather than lack of was taken sick, kidney disoaso by obtaining that wonder- -' "I sparrows were gathered up, counted, food Is tho cause ot much of the mal States Geolpglcal Survey, Department ful discovery of Dr. Pierce's, known a.? seemed to be ," .and either burned or burled every nutrition fcund among child: en in of the Interior, from the building ofAnurlc because it expels writesMrs.Mary E.Veste, few days to prevent the sparrow pop this country, child specialists say. and ficials of 114 of the larger cities in tho uric acid poison from tho body and of Madison Heights, Va. removes thoso pains, such as backacho, ulation from becoming suspicious. home demonstration agents employed the country show that building opera"I got down so weak, rheumatism In muscles and Joints. tions in 1919 greatly exceeded thoso Tho number of sparrows counted by by county faim bureaus in could hardly walk . . . Naturally when the kidneys aro with tho United States Depart- in 191S, both in number and cost. each farmer was reported to the comderanged tho blood is filled with poisonjust staggered around. or the county agent at tho ment of Agriculture and tho State Tho number of permits Issued or ous waste matter, which settles In tho mitteemen I read of Cardul, ! feet, ankles and wrists; or under tho colleges ore being asked this year to in 1919 was 309,551, as compared end of the season's work. and after taking one bot. e eyes In formations. As many as 240 dead sparrows teach tho l.md of food that a grow- buildings erected In theso 114 cities tle, or before taking quite with 173,C35 in 1918an increase of were gathered up as the result ot a ing child should have. all, I felt much belter. I Springfield, Tenn. "I write a few Peel rlcht all tho time Don't lay eft Somot'.mes talks and demonstra- 135,916 or 78 per cent. The cost of einglo package ot poisoned wheat. took 3 or 4 bottles at lines to say that Dr. Pierce's Anuria from work for daya by taking calomel It is believed that where caro was us- tions are kiven to the mothers, and the operations in 1919 was $1,130,-817,59- 1 Tablets gave me when pleasant L!v- - Vtr-La- x that time, and was able (o keeps jro prompt relief. I as compared with $369,252,-31- 5 pn your feet, while rcliovingyour troulx ed in placing the poisoned bait an sometlmtts Ihoy arc given to tho childo my work. I take it in consider them a Je. Safer too, and easy to take. DonH average ot 75 sparrows wero killed dren at school. It is an interesting in 1918, an increase ot $761,565,-27- 6 the spring when rungreat remedy for tako anything else. You can't afford packago. fact that the best results confe when or 206 per cent. It tho operawith each down. 1 had no appetite, kidney trouble. My it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eys tern and relieves constipation. A nab and I commenced eating. back doesn't hurt In each of soveral counties 50,000 to talks with the mothers are supple- tions in the remaining cities from ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura at all and there is mented by talking directly to tho which the Geological Survey usually It is the best tonic I ever 100,000 sparrows were destroyed. in its effect and certain in results. 1 no burning or receives statistics ot building opera children. saw." Try Cardul. smarting as before. won't bo long beforo Uv. Vo-Lwin Milk, whole milk, Is always advis- tions show a proportionate increase In Revenue From Tobacco Internal completely displaco calomel in ever When I bad used All up the trial pack-ag- e The internal revenuo from tobacco ed as the Ideal food for tho growing the number of permits issued or hornet Children can take it freely ano With nprfprf. Rnf tv Pirn., lttiA'L...... my druggist lias always been much larger than the child, and sometimes the results of buildings erected in 1919 was about J. 70 anteed. Wcand l in bottles., Non didn't have the tabcustoms receipts, says tho United tho experiments made by an investl- - 377,000, which would cost about genuine without the likeness and sign1 lets in stock so orDepartment of Agriculture. gator who fed milk to rats is told the $1,300,000,000, so that the record States niro of L. K. Grimsby, For sale by r " dered a bottle from ' Nsushvillc.'J-a.HEAD, lit. i, Box &lj Jn the first year's operation of the children to drivo homo tho necessity for 1919 was tho highest yet reach- . TOJ.TlYf, FARM DEPARTMENT. of DIRECTORY. - low-wat- er $26,-000,0- I $102,-000,0- i ' v mo " V H sH " t'jjIKm e. 4MmkS ancl'HS AJoEtwSHI A. jH I I jHg "calumet y jH 91 J H K ji; Stato-Teacher- State-Teacher- j rd I rEvery Woman IVantsj Mothers I inflam-motion- ar " ts Weak Women i. J For the uge , hs Oneiric iftr n S3 9 m 4" v after-effec- ts. EM GERMINAL REMEDY hemor-tbace- OUR ISBfrar - r-- r CASTO R lA CARDUI The Woman's Tonic FORGONE MONTH 30 4 76&z& ... USE LI R-L AX ), For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. ... bog-lik- -- ffl&'iL ax Druggists MAVVWWVVEa W. I jHKttojB if ' i v DOCTOR'S PATIENT lt 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. power. Buy it for its ability to do good work for 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 wliy 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. ' GAINS 17 POUNDS Con- Prominent Physician tinues To Use Tanlac In Practice With Sur-- , prising Results Ono of the strongest and most convlnclng evidences of the remarkable results being accomplished by Tanlac throughout tho country is the large number of letters that are now being -, ' received dally from scores of well- known men and women who havo been benefited by its use. Among the largo number that havo been received recently nono are more Interesting than tho following let-- f tor from Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Fay- ettovllle, Ga. Dr. Edwards, it will bo remembered, recently gave Tanlac his unqualified indorsement in a pub-- I lie statement, and the testimonial published bolow was recently given him by ono of his patients. His letter follows Just ns It was written: Fayettovillo, Qa. Mr. G. F. Willis, Atlanta, Ga. Dear Sir: I am enclosing you herewith statement I havo Just received from Mr. T. M. McGough. He has sold out here, and Is moving to Ho was here this morn- -' Turin, Ga. ing and came in to tell mo what Tanlac had dono for him. Ho says too much cannot be said about Tanlac. It certainly has cured him. Respectfully, J. T. Edwards, M. D. Mr. McGough's statement follows: "I suffered from indigestion and could not eat anything but what (Would hurt me. Constipation gave Farmers Phone. Cumberland'Phone. mo a great deal of trouble also. My heartsymptoms were indigestion, p. S. There is no better time than right NOW burn and gas on the stomach after eating. My appetite was irregular to buy that De Laval. nrwl mv fnnrl fnllnil to nourish me. This trouble caused mo to get very poor In fact I got so thin and weak I was hardly ablo to go about. I with real bullets, ono bandit got the "I bought three bottles of Tanlac BILL STRIKES AT salesman Into a state of mind In on Dr. Edward's recommendation, uniiiiciueu ins wriai wnicu and I am now feeling all right again, PAPER FAIiIlliL for tho convenience of tho robbers. and am able to attend to business. I Ill Hl&lici;ilUb wwa liuiima jjuaaua- - gained seventeen pounds in weight slons thl) robber found a union card. and am doing fine. Tanlac did tho "I see you are a union man," quoth work, ' Barkley Proposes U. S. Pur tlio bandit. "I now recommend Tanlac to ev"Yes, I belong to a union at eryone who Is sick like I was and chase of Newsprint for replied the salesman. wishes to take something that will Resale to Publishers "Do you make much money?" help them." "No, I cam very little." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. "Then whv don't you cet into this L. D. Bean, In Horse Branch by Ola-to- n tllO 1...l..ca7" ...l-n1 Relief for WnaTilnflnn.'MtlV flirt llnnillf "Tf'd Drug Co., in Rockport by James smaller newspapers throughout the ea8. work nn,i profitable." Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace country, which nro unablo to obtain j' To provo j,js assertion ho took the & Porter and in Beaver Dam by R.'T. newsprint because of the acute paper , ,cn's valuables and . $200. On the Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. ... ... . .. t.. shortngo situation, is iiiuuuuu m Init out, the robbers iruormeu a wo , Introduced in tho Houso to- - man who was about to enter that tho lslatlon AUTOCRATIC WAR POWERS W storo was closed for tho remainder of Alben ilav bv Roprobentntlve Dcrkley, First Kentucky district. tho day. April "Autocratic Washington, The Kcntuckian Introduced a bill war powers are galling to a frej peo- amend tho Wnr Finance CorporaAbout to TIakhIa nvr Irtnvnln o Mint It la ntllv plo In tlmo of peace, and labor, hi tion Act, by authorizing tho War Corporation "To purchase a waste of time and money to take cluatry. business ana commerei avo Flnanco . . . n " nowsprlnt and resell samo to pun t mcillclno lnternajiy tor enronic ana oil Iniintlnnt In r.rnmo Htatus under and condltlpns that Porta.n to of nowspnpois In order to ob- ,nuscuinr rheumatism, and about ,! llsners Phll- f a hundred cases 'peace." declared Representative tnin mnro enultable ' and economic ' Campbell, of Kansas, chalrmar aro on0 or tho other qf theso varie-- 1 l P. dlstrlbution of nowsprlnt paper." on Rules, Tho amendment offered by Mr jtIe8; AU that s really. necessary to 'of the Houso Committee appropriates a rovolvlng aHord rolIef ,3 t0 nppIy chamberlain's n explanation of tho resolution to Unrkloy peace in spite fund of 2,000.000 to ho used by the LInlmont (reciy. Try it. It costs prlng about immediate . .,- - wn ixr fin,,nn rnnmr.itlon In muchas- - ,.... nr i.nr sIto of the President's determination to m tho contrary. He said: lng newsprint paper from mnnuiac- - co certg !'The resolution declaring that n iu tho United States nnd elselurors stato of waj- - with Germany no longer amounts and where In "sufficient 1U,000 KRKNCII IIIUDES RETURN, exists Is opposed by the President and quantities to insuro fair and equita-bl- o party friends. Then, ho 'kept us distribution." Pittsburg. May 1 Incompatibility his of war.' now ho keeps us In. In bo out it provides that tho paper shall of Amorlcnn ..nnd French customers considering tlio questions Involved It . . .. ..i.i in Amnriran newsnaiiers nil Proper to say thnt the resolution cost pi paper ,... 9 .,- t - u.. does not end tho war. It declares uu.uuu wrnnoli wnr uwuto iu plus a reasonnu.u tho corporation pn nccord,ng to Mrs. Reginald I J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. j Is not only tho President's right, inn u in ins duty to interrupt mo trado not only of our own people, but tho trndo and commerce of the people of nil other nations with Germany. If wo nro still nt wnr with Germany, our own citizens nnd our former allies are giving nid nnd comfort to tho onemy. No suggestion has como from tfio President thnt trndo with Gormnny by any nation or people should not continue. The knowledge, common to nil, of theso undisputed facts makes It eo clear that . stato of war no longer exists that It scarcely leaves a question even for academlo discussion. Tho effect of ttu, resolution declaring the fac: that a stato of war uo longer exists will bo to clear up tint shadowy question. ' "Our rlgliU under tho conditions of tho nrmlstlco are cortlnued under the terms of tho resolution, nnd Congress Is exercising lis power over foreign commerce by dcclar'nij the conditions of reciprocal trado relations with Germany. The President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, may negotlato and conclude a treaty with Germany nt any time. The question! arising out o! tho causes of the war and growing out ?f the war which affect hi' (io"err.int.nt and pcopla of the United States are neither forfeited, laid aside, nor abandoned. Thev nro left for settlement by tho terms of a treaty to bo negotiated In the future. This may be done before the 4th of March next year. If not. It will bo done after tho 4th of March ) next year. "In the meantime wo have grave domestic questions of tho greatest Importance that make the proposed action not only advisable but Imperative. "The war Is over. That fact Is known of all men. Congress, therefore, Is within Its rights In formally declaring that a state of war no longer exists. It is the duty of Congress to withdraw from the President tho powers granted to him for war purposes. We take no powers from him '.hat belong to him In time of peace." I ..K-- . imrr' fiSSSSs .!.-- CvOttfT IrttUWV - m-o- TI fe ttftt Contents lBTluid Drachd 1 JMiriiAtS MMmmnaHmMHmunmiMn For Ifafants and Children. SCAM W.n GENT. t ntmr.-n AVni.ihVftrnnrAh'onforAs--- Mothers Know Tiiat Genuine Castoria ! , similatinuicFoodbyRc$ula-,- ; linplhcMomAQisanumi"' JtfirrWl-g- i ,' mis WSUJ"" i!&$a MncraLNoTNAncoTic TficrcbyPfomounSDKcsUon rhxnrTu npnnanesiiWii"- neither Oplam,Morphuicnor Always Bears the Signature of m in LV.! - :ir jhcfaMmm Sew . .. p" t?.:: r s1Se l. W AhcJpfutRcmcdyfor M H ConstipalionandDlarrhoca LOSS OF i)LEEl rcsultin4itff.SEiSl!!.fa0Cy' andFcvcrishncsswd Use For 0v6i teeter t)i.7ti & tjew Cia TTTi 2t3 gg Thirty Years PACTflDyi TM, Exact Copy of Wrapper. CINT,UIt e,BHNr, new to crrr. For Children's W, jj Kl Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers), flatulence are sallow complexion, sjmploms of a torpid liver. No ono can feel well while the liver Is Inactive, Herbino Is a powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try It. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio ai County Drug Company. rfr-- Coughs and Colds e 8, pact Bing-hamto- n, EDITORIAL COMMENT ,l -- ... ,.;..in nt Zr Sii?wsssrj:sSi individual publishers shall bo quantities as wU meot their able requirements ns nearly "Such sales by tho corporation to In such reasonns may excg to? - '" 0l Tis bo practicable and on such terms and subject to such regulations ns tho corporation shall establish. "In making such sales of paper to publishers, preforenco shall bo glvon to such as are unable to obtain contracts with manufacturers or othors fora supply of paper at reasonable prices." . - for a CaiupliiKTrlp? Buy a bottlo of Chamborlnin's 3ollc nnd Diarrhoea Remedy boforo loavlng home. As a rule It cannot bo obtained when on a hunting, flshln .nr nmsnectlnu trip. Neither can It i.n niitninpii while on board tho cars ,.,-- .. . .....i,t.,o " or nieaiuDuit'o nmi nt rhimi times anu places It is most likely to bo needed. best way is to havo It with ' fiiiw1"" can club hero. Tho club, formed at the suggestlqn of Mile. Odette de Bouglon of Paris, who was In Pittsburg recently, is expected to broaden tho Interests of Fronch girls who became the brides of Americans ovorseas, and to make them 'contented in their now homes. Mrs. Johnson, horsolf, Is a war of bride, and wlfo of a professor languages at tho University of Pittsburg, declarod that members of the club nro learning to speak English, of course, lnt slowly, and 'when one cannot talk, ono thinks too much." "We of Franco aro Individualists," she said. "We llvo within ourselves and our own people and that makes It doubly hard for tho French girls who havo loft their homes nnd fami 'lies,. Not that,. they do not love their . , ,. ,. igI nusuuiiUH, iu uo gum, uut .K iui ....u . . itllOlr POOP10." J ... ,,i 4 , r We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be STORE DANDITS LOOT cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hali'a Catarrh Medicine has been taken LOCK UP OCCUPANTS by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-Av- e years, and has become known as the Now York, May 1 Two bandits most reliable remedy (or Catarrh. Hall's drug-utor- o Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on who In broad daylight robbed a the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-Bfrom the Blood and healing the dison Central Pnrk West, locking proprietor, salesman nnd customer In eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh autoMedicine for a short time you will see a tho store when they fled In an In your general Kreat Improvement victims free mobile gave" tholr health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send while they robbed them. v testimonials, tree. Producing a revolver and "break- for J. CHENKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio, F. Uruggtsts, 75c. ing" It to show that It was loaded Sold by all ad-vi- co Tho you. m How's This? on The Indictment by Henry Lane Wil son, formerly United States Amhas- sador to Mexico, of the administration's Mexican policy Is a strong one, calculated to attract general attention to conditions in the "sister republic." Mr. Wilson in nhs testimony before a Sonato Investigating com- .viittAn antA Iiq wnrf Tint tho finlv dln- lomatic official who was forced to leave the service because of his lnabll-- 1 lty to stand for this government's that Mexican policy. He declared almost every diplomatic representa- tlvo sent to Mexico since the fall of , Diaz and some officials of the depart- -' ment had rebelled against this policy and wero oblldged to leave, citing among others Ambassador Henry P. Fletcher, Consul General, George A. Chamberlain and Counselor John B. Moore of the Stnte Department. Tho policy toward Mexico was described by the former Ambassador ns "unfortunate" and "mischievous," binding as it does the United States to maintain Carranza In power thero and to sustain tho fiction that there Ho Is peace and order In Mexico. committee that in his opinion told tho it has cost the American people more than $500,000,000 and has" resulted In tho murder of 665 American citiHe also charged this zens In Mexico. vember 11, 1918, that tho war wltl policy with responsibility for the y Germany had como to an end. violent deaths of 300,000 Mexcans and Imple- and tho deaths of 500,000 more by surrendered arms ments of war and withdrew from the famine and pestilence. In h opininvaded territory she had occupied ion, it has kept 80,000 American during the war and retired within troops on tho border and hns resulted in a deficit of $300,000,000 In tho her own borders. "Those associated with us In tin Mexican treasury' to replace tho sur-nint S100.000.000 left by DInz. war have long since agreed with Ger Ambnssndor 'Wilson's conflict with many upon a treaty of peace and havo regarding the resumed trade relations with the uor-ma- n tho ndmlnlstratlon people. Our own people nro Mexican nollcy lingers in the memory trading with our former foes, though of those who have followed the evonta the President has not yet, with tho of recent history, although much of Perceivndvlce and consent of tho Senate, ar- Importance hns intervened. torived, at a treaty of peace. A year ing Huertn's strength and ability, passed since tho ar- gether with his willingness to recogand a half havo mistice terminating tho war was nise the rights of Americans in Mexiagreed to. The question therefore as co, tho Ambassador was not in symCon-gropathy with tho President's plan to to whether It is advisable for a state of war turn Huerta out and establish Carto declare that no longer exists, when reduced to ranza In power. Becauso of hl3 long residence In simple common sense, admits of but one answer. Tho war Is over and Mexico and ot his familiarity with Congress should make formal declar- the events which followed tho of Plnz, the opinions of ation of that fact. Is subtlo or Henry Lane Wilsoa on this subject is "What Is thoro that They to consideration. mysterious In tho situation? The eiltiuod who object to must bo given weight not merely bePresident nnd others ho resolution give no reason that ap- causo of tho high official position he peal to tho Judgment and common held, but also because tho policy ho sense of the American poople for tho recommended was not adopted, and position thoy take. Can tho Presi- the one thnt was adopted has proved dent hold, in the face of all the facts, a failure. It Is cloarly evident that a now Including the fact that all the former foes of Germany have resumed trade nollcy toward Mexico will bo framed relations with their former enemy, land put Into execution. Watchful that a stato of war still exists? If so, '.waiting has brought nothing to tho ) Check the youngsters' colds, coughs, hoarseness and sore throat as soon as they start with this Cough Syrup. Delays are pure-her- b dangerous and may lead to more seriqus sickness. Keep a bottle of GOFF'S in the house all the time and use it at the first sign of a cough, sneeze or "snuffle." GOFFS contains nothing but the pure extract of heal-in- ir herbs that have been used for genera tions. There is No Opium, Chloroform, Morphine or Codeine in it. GOFFS is SAFE for Babies and Children. It eases the irritation, removes the inflammation, soothes and heals the soreness, raises the phlegm and gives quick relief. Use it always for Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Whooping Cough and Croup. in 1 Get GOFFS The Original No-Do- IffiF j I ) From Your Grocer or Druggist at 30c. and 60c. a Bottle Is Guaranteed COUGH SYRUP GOFF'S Wholesale FactorAgency for Ttia TerritMT i'.. (No-Dop- e) COUGH SYRUt to help you and your chilAuthorised to Every dealer Evantville, lad. Return Your Money Without Question U you cay it aid not ncip you. MADE BY S. B. COFF & SONS CO., CAMDEN. NEW JERSEY Parsons & Scoville Co. dren. oer-man- na ss United' States but trouble. Morhl XEW JERSEY VOTE TO BE RECOUNTED censorship and tho attitude of a parent toward an erring child Newark, N. J., May 1. Chief Jushas failed to secure recognition tor tice William S. Cummere, of the Su American rights. Many persons will hesitate to make preme Court, today signed an order the indictment against the adminis- for a recount of the vote cast In last tration's Mexican policy as strong as Tuesday's presidential preferential Mr. Wilson has phrased it, but few primaries for Senator Johnson nnd will deny that the policy has been a MaJ. Oen. Wood. The recount will be for the entire failure. The Incessant destruction of American lives nnd property nnd the state nnd will begin on May 10 in constant ferment of trouble nnd dan Essex, Morris, Camden, Gloucester, Cape May counties, where tho ger along the international border must cease. This will constitute one supporters of Senator Johnson allego of the chief responsibilities which tho mistakes were made in vote tabula. next administration will Inherit, and tions. Tho sjura of $50,000 must be It Is a foregone conclusion that the with the secretary of stato "watchful waiting" policy will bo re of Now Jersey by Senator Johnson versed. Washington Post. before the recount will begin, to bill providing Tho expenses entailed by the various now governmental machinery for tho county board In the recount. adjustment of wago disputes in the Tho Justice's reason for allowing railroad system became a law on the recount to start In the first flvo "outFebruary 28. Tho counties, he said, was to give Johnlaw" strike began in Chicago on April son supportors opportunity to aban4 and has been rite in different parts don tho contest should It be shown fo the country since that tlmo and by the recount In these counties that until now. During this tlmo thoro tho result was not materially chang had been no movement on the part of ed. the Executive to obey the law by the nomination of tho members of the 700 DOCTORS WANTED board which the law established for FOR MEDICAL CORPS the purpose which became urgent when tho strike spread. Examinations to fill 700 vacancies Whose statistical genius Is enter- In tho commissioned personnel of tho prising enrich' and fenvless enough Medical Corps, United States army, to compute, even In approximate will bo held Juno 15 at either Camp totals, th w.t In monv to tho rail- Znchary Taylor or Camp Henry Knox, roads and to tho taxpayers and to according to announcement last night the commerce of the country, nnd tho by tho Camp Surgeon, Camp Knor, cost In human health and llfo to tho under Instructions from the Surgeon Innocent sufferers by the strike, of General of tho army. these fort. Mv days of Executive failExaminations will bo open to civilure to exueuto tho provision of the ians and nrmy offkors. law Now York Hun. It was said that there are approximately 700 vacancies iu the medical staff of tho army, which numbor may bo increased under the. pending FOR FLETCHER'S army reorganization bill beforo tol-ere- nt ad do-fr- ay Esch-Cumml- nich-C.h..mti- is Children Cry CASTORtA - IP T BEECH VALLEY. Mr. T. S. Mlllor went to Narrows Monday, on business. Mr. C. D. .Taul, of Sunnydale, Una 5&ranflant 'Reasons Why Owner purchased a new Ford Roadster. Tho fanners tire very much delayed iCifngs to Headpiccs. with tholr work, on account of the wot weather. TOfej-fitMrs. T. S. Mlllor was In Hartford an an Investment It Must Bo Thursday night, visiting her parent Conceded as Deserving Care, and GN Mr. atid Mrs. J. L. Patton. 1j Worthy of Respect as Mr. J. W. Patton, of Hartford was Thlna of Value. guest of hla sister, Mrs. tho week-on- d T. S. Mlllor and Mr. Miller. Vt. Is only n plnln derby, beginning Mr. nnd Mrs. George Waddle and thepeniinncnt dullness of a baby, of Sunnydale, visited In this Erc&, In spite of frequent trips to the is neighborhood Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taul and Soa-wclaim Avlintcvcr to nny Individ-wmWj- t, outside of the Initials, which children spent Monday with their to first cost is cars, swvlwWilo nnd don't (fliow nnywny. It parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ralph, tiUtm swt do me Justice, cither. And of Suunydale. .Tjy.rKrrwiR!q I plncc It, It gives mo n Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller and chilis less. fcRyftswy nppenrnnce. dren, of Dukehurst, were with their jvtiytlo I cling to It? Why7 T parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller, first ESewause anything Hint costs ns much vulue of tho week. - xs thnt Herby, xnrawydeserves not only hero, the first is a cost cost, passed through hero Rev. Robinson asstt as an Investment, hut respect ns as. tVfaw ot vnlue. People don't laugh Saturday enroute to Adaburg, where a Koldnonr diamond, do IheyT ho filled his regular appointment makas ntv.f sever poke fun nt the Great Saturday night- - and Sunday. 31x4-inc- h 12- Then why should they ho tires 30x3-- , nnd wife, 0 DunIfcrtJ Rev. Burdette acrroowfl: at my flcrby? dee, dined with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. is as Ui fxmt a groat deal of money. Tlio Miller Sunday. R. A. Duke and fam highest-price- a iTkc ttciwj I bought It, I mean when I ily, of Sunnydale were also guests o' fcKa It In the lint shop nnd pnld for Mr. Miller and family, Sunday. SJt.'.n.TppoMng'that It wns wholly mine, Mr. Archie White and Mls3 Helen xsre $i?-- "was four dollars. Tlin tviv. sizes W vmr of four of mv dollnrs tn tim Cambron were married baturday, nt cars Svxtsreta save me, nt least to my dm- - Hartford. Tho bride Is tho daughter Goodfactory-equippe- d jtfv,, mind, sole right nnd of Mr. and Mrs. John Cambron, the .iprt-ns- t nil pretenders until tho end groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. Abo r&TAtt vtorld. Rut only n simple mind White, of Bell's Run. They have lasTifi uneven thing like that. many friends who wish them a long ttfcts like mnny other things In this long and happy married life. !M5X3i5r1nK world, it wns not my derby. Misses Louvcna Burdette, Ludelle Trixrawr has "been and probably never sizes, Messrs Wllllo Patton, Jlm-m- le "w53!? 'oe. Tor 1 hnvc been buying It Magan; Ralph, and George Wedding and tires the first snlo In tho shop, Service ssArwwt Wee one does on tho Instnlment Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller attended TpHnc Only the'Instnlment plan entails Singing at Ralph's Chapel Sunday. rttvnpendltnre each week or month; They are having a successful singing Tow? farow 1nst what It Is going to be there. It Is being conducted by Mr. arcirfS-trtJ- i be prepared for It. Marshall Crowe, of Adaburg. Efatf vttien you get your derby from rcstnn-T;e,- -. cK'iV.ir iioy or "hat girl In hotel, CLEAR ItUN. vheator or wherever the grafters awsMTrnlrted, you do not know what Mr. C. C. Hoover went to Heflln, you. R all depends on the ti sVa VnarrV.Tr rif the hat boy or girl In Sunday. 'itari-p- !. Farmers here are very busy, beSome of them have the that Jinythjng tendered loss tween showers, plowing and planting rivs f.tiy cents would be faux pas corn. Tlien tho surroundings Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that 30x36 Goodyear Double-Cur- e Mrs. Ethel Rhoads, of Union Grove, $2352 TJ'U"'' .usch nn Important part In gnug-s- i Fabric, AHAVeathcr Tread reinforce casings properly. Why rislrf a good caiir.g with a is 111 with lung trouble, at the home cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more '? mount of blood money, or bat her father, L. L. Goodyear Single-Cur- e than tubes of less merit. 30x3', s izc in e O en 30x3'2Anti-Sldairiwr, 3nst os you desire to designate of Mr. and Mrs. TomTrogdon. visited 4150. & J. Murry proof bag Fabric, Tread . ... t-?L ainsH of towering palms, much I their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James vraftvrr and oocnslonnl Tugs, means n wrsswtx. T.ess marble and only one or Crow, at Heflln, Saturday night and 3fw tmsSwis mean less Indemnity. And Sunday. refcKNi' mahogany nnd no palm mean Rev. Hondy Westerfleld and fami111., are in Ohio Co., visitly, of a men ever select such n ing relatives 'HPir and calling on old Zfifr-p-- at endgenr In the first place? 2 ttrnrrsy wby they hang onto It niter friends. Bessie Kirk and little son, Mrs. Ulsssr ?& M, but what can be the rea-trsArthur Gaylo, of Taffy, visited Mrs. Yxxr wanting one In the beginning? Ttftrs:- rv not beautiful on or off the Kirk's father and mother, Mr. and Ttum'i They are hard to keep clean. Mrs. Turner Himes, of Barnett's .AtSw ftiey dent very easily nnd grow Creok, Saturday. ' ssJisMto' without nu effort. It Is n mys- 9- CARD OF THANKS T7s' Js no sentiment In my case trutvscnl .ray derby. I respect It, the I We wi3h to take this method of ex- AIM TO BLOCK PEACE days with Miss Cora Hagerman, of mother, Mrs. Mary Rlggs, spent SunCENTERTOWN. respect anything that costs pressing our grateful thanks to those day with Mr. Willie Johnson anl Hartford. ; .money, but I don't love It. re lift I RESOUT10N CHANGED P. 0. McKinney and family visited family. Mrs. Charley Spenser, of Fords-vlllifatilr 'khzv at It with tho tenderness who so graciously assisted us in the spent Thursday night with her relatives at Rockport last Sunday. Mr. Edwin Shown, who has beoi X "?!.?'jttT on my tulip bed, nnr do I look illness and death o our departed Gary Hagerman, of Moorman, was working In Akron Ohio for a few or ".- vilhthe fondness which my old wlfo and mother. Democratic Lenders To Support Mea- cousin, Mrs. J. H. Richardson, of near fesirc- jlje inspires. Tliese I would MACK COOK and CHILDREN. In town Saturday. months, returned to his homo hero, Concord. sure, Giving Wilson Chance o zvir jwirx S. M. James, Routo 1, Is visiting Moiday. Mrs. Anderson Meadows and son, of To Veto. "Trsr wisyone who will ndvnnce to me LEG BROKEN. Owensboro, are visiting relatives at relatives here this week. tlio sum which I have paid Miss Pearl Tlchenor spent latt Clear Run. 1)Pcome the owner of one ne '."y Washington, May, 3. Democratic Mr. Wade Howard, of near Simhere, visiting friends. Miss Ethclyn Thomas spent Satur- week-en- d V'j'hy, n trifle fuzzy perhaps, but mons, was thrown from a mulo Wed- leaders in the Senate made a sud- day and Sunday with her Sister, Mrs. T. II. Benton wont to Caneyvillc, of exciting tho envious broken leg. plans for tonight nesday and sustained last Tuesday, returning Wednesday. vt - hnt boys and lint girls. Harry The limb was broken a between tho den changethe Knox in their resolution Rosal Park. peace action on W, B. Rowe, of Island, was In town BEDDING PLANTS Miss Myrtle Carter spent Saturday Judge. ZrSbunnvto. in knee and ankle. Dr. Willard Lake set when it is called up in the Senate and Sunday at Beaver Dam, with her Monday visiting relatives and Per Dozen and dressed the broken member and Wednesday. friends. 'Snails In Aquariums. sister, Miss Erma. Geraniums, all colors $3.00 glass tank is not necessary he is reported to be doing nicely. Instead of instituting a filibuster V "n'-g- e Mr. Reamus Carter, of Seattle, I R. II. Ktncheloo has moved with Cannas King Humbert and o-- e purpose Washington, arrived here yesterday his family here, to reside In the fu nnunrlum, says Boys' Life. "w against the resolution for the Wwe Hungarla 3.00 glass boxes that Ktv5t of delaying action on it indefintely, to visit relatives. ROSIXE. ture. Other Varieties 2. CO tpxxu.' ,5slral)le indoor aquaria, as well supporters will the admnlstratlon S. D. Byers and wife, of Central Petunias Mrs. A. J. Howard, who has been i.eo est, tubs mid jars, may bo "? Mr. J. J. Tilford, of Fordsvllle, vis- make no serious effort to prevent the quite 111 of inflamatory rheumatism, City, havo taken rooms here, with Verbenas Tram lealers. 1.50. D. resolution from being .passed. With is slightly Improved. his mother and sister, Mrs. J. Mr. Foster McKennoy. -Begonias .' l.co kh. 'buy a glass globe for an ited this change in the situation, it is beHarve Condlt has bought of I (i. Salvia (Scarlet Sago) Messrs. Sherman and Jim Smith, kuj-- . These give a distorted view Leach, Tuesday. 1.00 v vV Mr. Everett Albln loft Tuesday, for lieved the resolution can bo passed of near Hartford, spent Sunday with Taylor, a farm, on Grassy Creok, and Coleus otitonis and nre evidently 1.00 for their animal Inmates. Hull, Texas, whero ho will bo employ- with little delay. 0. moved to same. Consideration J. F. Smith and family. Pnnslns 1.00 ' TjvWWh nre pretty and Interesting, Senator Underwood, making tho . ed in tho oil fields. Mr. and Mrs. Romney Helton and Snapdragons 1.00 tow ';s.v are common In such globes intimated it 'is the children spent the week-qn- d Mr. Jesse Crowder Is homo on a announcement, In FordsAsters i.oo Misc ma enoush can be learned from vacation, pleased to see every ono and President's wish to have tho resolu- vllle, the guests of relatives. FISCAL COURT IN Sultannas 1.00 .vy tbo average student of rStfrv overy ono glad to see him. tion passed. Tho President is entireTWO DAY SESSION Miss Georgia Smith, who has been CLIMBING VINES !Ht up the ixpiarlum as If you Tho funeral of Mr. Thornton nag-land- ly willing. It is said, to faco the Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court adattending school at Hartford, returnIr;i,tt'Al It for goWll.sh, then get .somel.DO of vetoing the resolujourned yesterday afternoon, aftor Moonvlnos son will be preached at thi to her home Wednesday n.ght. ed tljtf-..- - t MJ. Madorla 1.00 "! Mr. and Mrs. Tone Baughn spent holding a two days' session. Quite Honeysuckle - &vd catch many things, but do llaptlst Chuich here, next Di'iulay ut tion when it reaches him. l.co The effect of this will be to per- Saturday and Sunday at Bell's Run, a number of claims wero passed upon, v - vo many Into one lupiarium. 2 o'clock p. m. .2G no business of unusual Im- Nasturtiums (transplanted) dtVf "t ttie most Interesting iKimitlc Miss Anna May Edwards, who has mit the President to make an Issue the guests of their son, Mr. Hobart but HANGING VINES portance was up for action. Tho aiaivrfc. 5 is the common water snail. boon In Tell City, Iud., for several j tn the campaign of the peace resolu- - Baughn. V'sh are ordinarily kept In 2.00 montlis, Is hero, visiting her mother. tlon as against the treaty, Mrs. J. Y. Hagerman and son, of Court was presided ovor by County Vlnca Varlgata yjBMthi as scavengers, to clean The President's followers In tho Hartford, motored out Tuesday, to Judge Mack Cook, with tho follow- Wtinderlng Jew 1.00 Miss Mayme Leach and Mrs. Katie ' &v Wi1k and take off the green yp 1.50 Napier were In Deaver Dam Monday, Senate bollevo this attitude- - on the spend tho day at the bedside of Mrs. ing Justices present: Ed Shown, W. Parlor Ivy rcsHt4Trr.it thnt grows on the sides of President's part will tend to simplify Alex Howard. C. Daugherty, George W. Rowo, Q. Lobelia 1.00 tJi," ,,'''- - Most people think of snails having Bomo dental work dono. tho treaty Issue In the campaign, In-1.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hardin and B. Brown, W. S. Dean, B. F. Rico, and Mauradla fr keeping the auuurlum clean, ax i'jv in MARRIAGE LICENSE. much as passage of the resolution daughter, and Mr. Alvah Wade vis- B. C. Rhoads. Sam L. Stevens was Thumbergll 1.00 Viy it In themsehes real objects by the Republicans practically will ited Mr. W. C. Wade and family, of absent on account ot his continued atZ wVftst. BULBS B. J. Arnold, Horse Drauch, to commit the party to straight out op- Cromwell, this week. Illness. Gladiolas 75 a Silver Llnlno. position to the treaty and the League Xnya Pearl Goff, Balzetown. Messrs Ernest Morris, of Hartford, Tuberoses 1.00 ooV,s-si- s U ho might ho a mem-Eato of Nations and destroy all chance of and Albort Morris of Llvormore, who t5r Archie White, R. G, Hartford, HEFLIN Caladlums (Elephant Ears) . . . 2.50 st ttt SpUiinatlc corps, hut ho Mary Holon Cambron, R. C, Hart- tho Republicans falling back on an havo been here for somo time, have Tho fanners are all busy with their Dahlias, largo clumps 3.00 raji -- beluR n salosinun In u ford. Issue of tho treaty with reservation. returned to their homes. farm work. VEGETABLE PLANTS '4nartiiient bouso on Seventh . Lloyd Cavendor, R. 1, Contortown, Miss Gertio Kuykondoll, ot near jirot- - wlikh In ono respect, anyhow, to Elva Ward, R. 7, Hartford. .25 DUKEHURST. G. T. ENSOR. Llvia, who has been visiting friends Tomatoes cquully ns good. iStix-ltuc30 and relatives at this place, returned Mango Poppers AVsbv iioftiM 11 wife who must bo Cabbage BODY IS 15 Mr. G. T. Ensor, aged G7, died at to her homo Sunday. Little Margaret Jean Park Is quite fV'rt4lTOl)La type of little woman, KEXTUCKIAN'S L 2.50 SENT FROM VLADIVOSTOCK til of pneumonia. In Williams Mines, WednesMiss Cora Thomasspn and brother, Holt Sage his home Vja .vben Sucp.ped In on her husband went to day, after an illness of long duration of near South Carrollton, returne! Sweet Potatoes, per hundred.. .75 Mrs. Onls Wbltohouso 38a.'i jamming tne order went forth that body of Hartford Monday, shopping Clinton, Ky., May 2 The to be opened until ten brought on by a severo case of influ- to their homo Monday after a short (Ask for prices for largo quantities) fTMnrss wore-wi- t jttaof she acceplwl the news cloud Harry Ashhy, who died In VladivoMrs. Clnrence Howard and son enza. Burial of the remains took visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joo Thomas-so- FERNS AND HANGING BASKETS 25c to $10.00 rvStr SiSifl bupyancy of one who knows a stok, Fobruary 28, will arrlvo at were in Centertown Thursda-- place yesterday at 2 o'clock at Wil. lining whim It comes her way: Clinton tomorrow for burial. Ashhy, Lot us make and fill your Porch Uc The party given by Misses Fnnnlo Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Park wont to liams Mines. "Wij, James" James Is tho who was 0 marine, succumbed to Ins Wednesday afternoon. Tho Deceasod is survived by his and Katherlno Webb Saturday night Boxes. husband "now you can fluenza. The body Is being accom Centertown Add 10c for Postage Mrs. James Dalrd, of Hartford, Is widow, two sons and two daughters. was well attended and enjoyed by , iu v1tli the breakfast dishes, paalod by Captain Ashhy, a- brother. visiting s Mrs. J. E. Park, near here. all present. eutXoa?" m Mr. Charlie Bartlett, ot Buford. Mr. J. T. Morris, who has been ytw. thq silver linings are there, FLORIST spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. qulto ill for somo months past, Is no tt&l mA provided we don't concen-trrai- n FOR FLETCHER'S Tuclfth and Daviess Streets Pender Bennett and family. bettor. 109 morbidly on the cloud side FOR FLETCHER'S Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rlggs and Villix sJituatloa. Wuslu.!ijjtou Star, OWENSBORO, KY. Miss Nina Cornell Is spending a few j y STLY 0ERB kftnunvwi AKxvtjmJtLetxvnMi rnrXwvt" lAIUMJWW'wrPWtMrt, Unusual" Value In Tires for the Smaller Cars characteristic Goodyear merit Not only conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for the smaller 'ifcro fl d I sic-trn- ck V wr--Sinc- be not greater than that of other tires; often it actually in The combination of unusual of course, and very low final result of Goodyear experience, expertness and care employed insistently in the and ing of 30x3 it in the construction of the famous Goodyear Cord Tires used on the automobiles. For this reason more using these last year with were year Tires than with any other kind. Get this unusual tire value to enjoy on your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these at the nearest Goodyear Station. Get these and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at this station. but ordinarily the found A -- vj - ww'asl o, sr l.w. Spring Price List. z ?2,-G0- r 4H na-tio- -. 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