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NUMBER 46 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920. fl if ' missions to settle lntcrnnl HANDS BOUND BY troubles. Carranza, however, earl WILSON, HE SAYS In April, endeavored to persuade Do Obrego HELM IN MEXICO la Huerta to kill off the boom In Sonora and In Mexico genForcerally. De. la Huerta resisted and Clinmborlaln Snjs ed Hint To Quit MexiCa.rnnza troops under Manuel Die can Post American Recognition Is guez Invaded Sonora to interfere and then tho revolution broke out. Asked Carranza In Sonora achieved Its Independence and Hiding Washington, May 10 Franklin 1C other states of Mexico followed in Lano, former secretary of tho in- rapid succession. Tho revolutionists held a meeting terior, and George Agnew Chamber- at Agua Prleta about April 5, declar- lain, former consul general In Mex-- 1 a, Vorn Cruz, May 11 President In Huerta provisional presi- ico, testified today before tho Senate who Is making a stnntl ngalnst ed Do. villages of dent and ngreed on some of the committee investigating Mexican af revolutionary forces at the r twenty-seve- n miles necessary members of the cabinet for fairs. San Marcos, emergency government.. Mr. Lane declared American oil northeast of Puobla, has not yet been an According to the present plan of rights in Mexico wero as well founded dislodged from his position there by tho revolution tho selection of Do La ' in Justice and deserved as much ci'o- Tre-vlntho troops of Generals Hill and bo ratified b' the gov- tection as if they had been estabJUh- which nro attempting to drlvo Huerta will ed In Pennsylvania or California, stronghold along the ernors of the states of Mexico, and lilm from his ho will bo indorsed as provisional while Mr. Chamberlan declared the railroad leading from Aplzaco to this president ad interim. The next step attitude of the United States toward city. tho con- Mexico "has been one of accumulating will bo tho convocation. San Antonio, Tex., May 11 gress which will endorsa De La Huer- shame for seven years." v tho national confiscated Mexican commercial and official ta as provisional president in order treasury funds today, according to the constitutional continuity of lite was "sustained with graft from wireless messages received by revolt that tho succession may bo preserved and the lowest tally clerk to the highest sympathizers hero from Mexico City. provent the Injection of "any objec- cabinet officer," Mr. Chamberlain Tho same advices confirmed the tions by outside powers as to the said, and only a policy of economic of tho of legality of tho new regime. Fol control of the country by the United Treasury manuei Aranja uim uvu, lowing this the elections will bo or - States would stability. Elutero Avlla by Gen. Juan Merigo, dered for July of this year and then "iriimlienpnccl Uy Wilson." denounced Carranza and j after ho had Referring to his resignation, Chama constitutional convention will bo attacked tho train carrying tho Pres-- 1 callod to revise the Carranza consti- berlain asserted that "a Vera Cruz. In tho battle idont to I Ing man couldn't continue to take tho of 1917. that onsued Gen. Candida Agullar tution candi- money of tho United States for hopeSo far tho most prominent was killed. Tho reports stated that Gen-or- al less, purposeless servlco . after he two of 'Cnrranza's sons were being dates aro General Obregon and Pablo Gonzales. The fact that 'knew the things I was forced to by Merigo. The fall held 'prisoners learn." "The President," he said, of Monterey was definitely confirm- theso two generals who, with Gen, cut tho ground out from under the country In messages to tho local rebel Benjamin Hlll, dominate the ed wlth large military forces, havo sub feet of every diplomatic and com Junta. merclal agent tho United States had Washington. May 11 Following ordinated themselves to the now civil , government, points to n peaceful elec- In Mexico by repeated statements that tho completo collapse of tho Carran-coup d'etat. 'force would never bo used in tho za regime In Mexico a now govern- tion without any further All Is Quiet also on tho west coast. country.' ment with Gen. Adolfo Do La Huorta de- "The greatest danger now," ho .at Its head has been formed. This Tho Oklahoma and' three other today stroyers nro supposed to be onsthe'1 added, "Is that the United,States will announcement was made hero be led to treat In some fashion with by tho mission of tho roolutlon, way to Mexican waters. 'The battleship probably will turn up at Vera a now head of affairs in Mexico bewhoso chief is Senor Alvnro Torre fore we are really decided to deal Cruz. Diaz Tho State Department had a dls- - with the evils. The first step in prop already Is The new Government er policy Is that embarked on by tho functioning and Is understood to havo patch from Noales. which apparently refusing to confirm tho rCoanl-tip- n askedfor the recognition of Sonora, Senate In Indicated that it desires tho according to tho official understand- nomination of another ambassador to tele-grnof tho United States. A how-ove- r, that country. on that subject has been re- ing. The later developments, "We ought to follow that up. Meof the functioning of tho pro ceived from Sonora, seat of the now o that xicobecause it hasn't been able to visional government showed government. bo not borrow a cent Is in a sound financial The ranld developments, all blood such a request would now internationally. It Is tho discussion by tho cabi- for tho recognition of Sonora but for situation less, demanded the new government of the whole of most wealthy country In natural renet at Its meeting today, but, as ususources I have ever visited, which al, nothing official was announced Mexico. ' mak03 the tragedy of Its last 100 following tho meeting. Tho situamore years under tion was called for discussion princi- ROYAL ARCH MASONS glaring. Wo should offer a loan sufpally because the now finances In to HAVE BIG FiSH FRY ficient up put Its treaty which shape, dlctorlal cabal at Mexwould with a bound ico City is already functioning, and it give us direct supervision of its ecoKeys;nno Chanter, No. 110, Rs A. is with ths regimo that the United Tho second step nomic affairs. States army and navy and tho State M., at their regular convocation r.t should bo to withdraw the present a, the Hall, Tuesday ovening, hejd an Department must deal unless was accepted. fish fry. A 55 pound recognition unless that 'whoso whereabouts are-- unStill falling acceptance, the third step known, bo propped up again at some Rough River cat was procured for the should be embargo; the fourth, complace within tho boundary of Mexico. occasion, which was, together with mercial blockade; the fifth, a naval This, howover, Is only remotely pos- tho coffee etc., prepared by Harvo ocHolbrook. demonstration. Lastly, a military and Rowan sible, in the opinion of officials here Sheffield cupancy. What apparently ha beon decided Theso two culinary exports wero "Events are moving fast there now, Mais thatthis government, In its settle- garbed not with tho regulation but tho essential difficulties will rements this timo, will not Invoke tho sonic aprons, though both aro ellgl main under any Mexican administraA. D. C. government as conferees. bio to don them, bdt with long, flow- tion llkoly to come Into power." Instead It will follow tho rule that If ing aprons aptly getting thorn off, fs," tho tho regimo does not interfere with marking them as chef bosses of slzl-in- g POSITION OF HONOR llfo and property of citizens of department In which a hot stove, tho GIVEN OHIO COUN'TIAN pans of grease, hoaps of Juicy catbo recogtho United States it will fish and a pot of coffee, the aroma nized. of the A peaceful outcome is indicated by from which could be detected a block . Capt. Allison J. Darnett. at Fort Dodge, tho fact that the dispatches today away, wero things which they, and 39th, Inft., quartered was given tho ago, from American consulo and naval of- thoy alono, know best how to manipu- Iowa, some tlmo of Camp activities, ficers ih.Moxican waters declare that late. Tho manner In which the boys post of Director fell-tand devoured thoso huge, which means he has been placed in all Is quiet. Capt. Bar-no- tt Tho personnel of tho now govern- brown chunks of fish was proof posi- charge of all athletics. has organized a strong baseball tive that Holbrook and Shefflold did ment follows; team, among various other athletics, Gen. Dolfo do la Huorta, provision- their duty perfectly. Circuit Judge R. W. Slack managed and will bring the Camp Dodge team al president. Louisville, at nn early date, where Gen. Salvador Alvardo, minister of to locate the feeding place, in some to manner, although nil of tho boys ab- bats will be crossed with the Camp finance. Taylor outfit. Gen. Plutarco Calles, minister of solutely deny having given tho Judge His selection from amongst tho any sort of tip as to time or location. war. present suggested thousands who aro In tho Iowa Camp Some of thoso Alonho Torro Diaz, minister of that some sort of silencer for fish and is quite an honor and Is evidence of .state ad interim. confidence placed in Capt. Sonor Diaz belongs to tho old Diaz coffee odor be procured, in the event unusual Do la Huerta has the occasion happens to be repeated Barnett, by thoso In authority above family, but General behim. no family connection with former while a term of Circuit Court Is Interesting, as in- ing held hero by Judge Slack. Ike President Huerta. INFANT DIES' dicating the closeness of the relations Mason was also In town that night Pablo Gonzalez and and that's enough, you know where botween Gen old child ot Mr. and The General Obregon, It was said that Iko was when tho cattish finally disMrs. Thomas Hanley, ot Clear Run, a close friend of Gonzales appeared. Diaz Is At the conclusion of the fish feast died Wednesday night ot bronchial and was suggested by Obregon for the Chapter session convened, when pneumonia. present post. his Funeral services were conducted by The new provisional president la tho Mark Master's degreo was confer Rev. R. E. Fuqua, yesterday afterHermoslllo, tho capital of red. now at noon, at Clear Run, where burial tool: Sonora, whore the present revolution placo, at 2 o'clock. organized. He will proceed to PLANK CARRYING FOUR was SETS ALTITUDE RECORD according to the Mexico City, shortly LICENSED TO MARRY. revolutionary mission offices hero. El Centre Calif., May 10 Capt. Ho Is the present governor of tho Earl Faught, Olaton, to Velca WilLowell H. Smith, commanding officer stato of Sonora. Is about 43 of Puoryear Fjeld here, broke what son, Rosino. General Do la Hourta McIIonry, to Mary Virgil years of age and Is described as a Is said to bo the world's altitude re- Moseley, O..Hlbbs, Dam. Beover auuuy, uoiu cord tor an airplane carrying a pilot i man of groat executive Jasper N. Adair, Berthright, Texas, passengers today, when he as an official and In commercial bus- and three rev- ascended 17,000 feet. The airplano to Delia Worley, Ronfrow, iness. Ho was prominent In the forty Fred Burgess, South Carrollton, to olution of 1913 and since that tlmo was in the air two hours and Grace Kesslnger, South Carrollton. on minutes. Jhas- been employed by Carranza Self-Respe- ct Car-.ranzo, Obre-.gonlat- ns Under-Secretarself-respeJ j , m a, Car-Tanzo, six-wee- tlnually before the Senate until the BOY DISAPPEARS IN vote is reached and leaders of both HARTFORD HIGH ABSENCE OF PARENTS parties said little discussion was Senator McCumber, of North DaWhereabouts Of Lad Of 13 Is Un. kota, a Republican member of the known To Fondly Foreign Relntlons Committee, and a 'mild reserleader ot tho vation" group in tho treaty fight, is Kell, tho old son of Prof, to speak tomorrow against the Knox and Mrs. V. R. Carson, of near Deda. measure proposing repeal of tho Gerjn the absenco of his parents, left man and Austrian war declarations. homo last Saturday, without leaving Senator Hitchcock, of Nebraska, the nny cluo as to his intended destination administration leader, plans to speak or reason for his departure. Mr. and Wednesday against the resolution. Mrs. Carson spent the day In Hartford Only two or three speeches on tho and knew nothing of the boy's disap- Republican side are planned, Senator pearance until they reached home Curtis, of Kansas, Republican whip, that afternoon. stated today In the S;nate and ho The lad on leaving, secured his added that he was advlsod that the best suit of clothes, being dressed in Democratic speechmakln? also proma suit of overalls, these being tho ised to be brief. sum-totof his wearing apparel. Ho came to' Hartford, riding a portion of COLBY IS GROOMED the distance in a neighbor's wagon. BY WILSON REPORT alighting at the bridge and so far asknown, was not' seen by anyone Washington, Mny 10. Bainbridge here. It is reported that ho was Colby, Secretary of State, is the man soon at Ellmltch, probably the next President Wilson has picked as tho day, since when nothing has been right candidate to carry on the fight heard of him. for the League ot Nations, as Demo NS reason, known to the family, cratic presidential nominee, it is re can he assigned for the bov's lnavlng ported among well Informed Demo home. Ho was in good health and crats here today. apparently perfectly satisfied and One report is to the effect that the contented, having at no tinn Inti- President took Mr. Colby Into the mated or expressed any desire or no- Cabinet with the express purpose of tion of leaving his homp, and noth- grpoming him for the Democratic ing had transpired between the boy nomination on the league Issue. and parents to give him any excuse Some thought Attorney General for assuming a desire to leave his Palmer wouldget the White House home. approval. But for many reasons this The lad Is rather large for his age, appears to be erroneous. 13; weighs 135 pounds, is 5 feet 5 William G. McAdoo has been meninches tall; complexion light; blue tioned. They say Mr. McAdoo is eyes;, hair slightly Inclined to curl winning now on his own merits and and has thick lips. Wore a green can get the nomination without White cap and In all probability Is wearing House help and In spite of White ' House preference for somebody else. overalls or blue serge suit. Atay Information leading to his location will be highly appreciated by OHIO CIRCUIT COURT his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. F.-No. 3, Hartford, Ky. YESTERDAY 13-ye- ar al Car-son.j- R. SCHOOL CLOSES Year Marked By Success, Commencement Very Interesting The Hartford Graded and High School was brought to a final close yesterday, marked by exercises last night, graduating one of the largest classes ot recent years, 15 receiving diploma's. Powell Tlchenor, whose subject was "Launched, WhereN shall wo Anchor," delivered the class address, while Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, was the Valedictorian, discussing the subject of "The American Girl's Inheritance." Each of the class represen-tatv- es acquitted themselves with pronounced credit, at the same tlmo doing honor to the class of 1920. Dr. J. J. TIgert, of the ifentucky State University, Lexington, delivered the address, which was able and enjoyed by tho large gathering, .filling the auditorium of the Metho'dist Church. v The scholarship medal was awarded to Hulbert Crowder, member of the Senior Class. Four students wero so nearly together on their grade3 that It was necessary to extend their averages to fractions as small as Tbe winner made an of 94.95;1 Miss Xouatt Rhoads, also a member of the Senior class received 94.92 r Dick Vllliamson, a Freshman, made 94.6 and Luther Turner drew 94.8. )V The latter was also a Freshman. Never before, perhaps, has that number of students flnlshed-witsuch splendid grades and so nearly together. The baccalaureate sermon was; delivered Sunday, at the Methodist Church, by Dr. W. N. Brlney, pastor of the Broadway Christian Church, Louisville, Dr, Briney .had for his subject, "Character building." A real sermon of strength was delivered In a pleasing manner, evidencing the fact that Dr. Briney Is a man ot deep thought with strong convictions " that character and station worth while Is builded, not inherited; that each individual is the architect of his own edifice, if any is to stand after his departure. The play, "Safety First" by tho Junior Class, delivered Monday night waa to a capacity house,' well rendered and Immensely enjoyed by all. Tuesday night the Senior Class presented "And Home Came Ted," which was likewise played before an audience taxing to the utmost the capacity of the large auditorium, and like the night before, rendering ot tho popular play did full credit to both class and Instructors. Wednesday night was designated as Class night, and the program rendered was highly creditable to tho Students and to the School. Powell Tlchenor. Class President, dellverod the welcome and farewell address.' f nv-era- ge h o FINISHED DR. ALEXANDER MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED ih accordance with the call, heretofore published, a number of of Dr. Wayland Alexander, deceased, met at the Court houseast Friday night in an enthusiastic meeting and perfected an organization to be known as the "Wayland Alexander Memorial Association," by the election of Dr. E. B. Pendleton president and Rowan Holbrook, secretary-treasure- r. A committee to have general supervision of the association's work, composed of the follwlng, was appointed: Miss Sue Yeiser, Mrs. J. S. Glenn, Mrs. J. H. B. Carson, Ozna Shults and James H. Williams. The supreme object of tho association Is to secure donations from former students of Dr. Alexander, In a sufficient sum to procure and erect a fitting monument to his memory, nn reminder and tokon of appreciation of the great work performed by tho deceased Educator. Quite a number of substantial subscriptions have been recovlcd and those who desire to bav'o a part in this worthy undertaking should forward their subscription to the treasurer, Rowan Holbrook, Hartford. IX COUNTY COURT. ever-present W. D. Royal qualified as collector of taxes In the Fordsvlllo Gradod School District on the 10th. S. T. Barnett was appointed and qualified as a member of the Ohio County Board of Drainage Commis sioners, May 13th. Mrs. Laura Kennedy vas appointed and qualified as guardian ot her children, on May tho 12th. Jake Autry was appointed guardian of hl3 minor children, recently, R. C Owen was appointed administrator ot the estate of Edward Johnson, deceased, on the 6th ot May. Ida Kelloy qualified as administratrix ot the estate of H. C. Crowe, on ' tho 11th ot May. Minerva Mackey was appointed administratrix of S. A. Mackey, deceased, May 11th. Emma B. E. Fulkerson was appointed administratrix ot Mrs. Susan May 13th. M. Everly, - The May Term of the Ohio Circuit Court was brought to an end yesterday at noon.The Court disposed of all the cases ready for adjustment and transacted a large volume ot business, getting the docket in good shape In the short session Just ended. The actions of J. B. McConnel vs. Nancy Fulkerson; Alva Karnes vs. Fred M. Klein; E. P. Allen, Admr. vs. Casualty Insurance Co.; R. Holo brook et al.,.vs. Alonzo Bartlett; Oiler vs. J. K. Moore; Elizabeth Raymer va. Ernest Basham and Herbert MIdklff vs Alva Carter, were continued to next term of Court. Some of the more important cases, tried since last Friday wore: Sarah J. Stewart vs. W. J. Stewart, appeal dismissed; L. .E. Everly vs. Adams Express Co., verdict for plaintiff In sum of $59.25; U. S. Carson guardian, vs. A. M. Kirk, et al., verdict for Nannie Vance admr. vs. Broadway Coal Mining Co., verdict for dofendani , Tom Wl'son vs. Bo-Brothers, verdict for dofendants; Henry L. Stearsman vs. D. E. England et al., dismissed settled; W. E. Porter vs. Wiley Cook, Judgment for plaintiff, awarding land In controversy etc., to him; Sarah C. Smith et al., vs. Exparto; S. B. Westerfleld vs. F. M. Westerfleld et al., Judgment and order of sale In each of the two above cases; S. B. Wlgglnton vs. J. D. Holbrook, Judgment for defendant. of Jurors Of the entire number regularly summoned for sorvuso. only one remnlned through tho term of court, the others having been excus ed. Eu-gonU PARENT-TEACHE- R ASSOCIATION TO OPEN TLAY GROUND - tm BEAVER DAM ENTERTAINS HARTFORD SENIOR CLASS Tho Senior Class of Beaver Dam High School entertained tho Hartford Seniors at the home ot Prof, and Mrs. E. E. Tartar, assisted by .Mrs. Tartar, last Saturday night., Games and contests wore enjoyed by all present, after whclh refreshments were served. A most enjoya ble evening was spent by the Hartford boys and girls In our neighboring town. MRS. MARY HILL. On Friday afternoon, May 28, 1920 at 2 o'clock, Prof. Graham, Supt. of Schools of Daviess Co., will address the people of Hartford at tho High School Building, on vital Interests of the day. Those who fall to hear him will miss a treat. Immediately after the spe'aklng-ther- o will be a formal opening of the school playgrounds, which havo recently been equipped with an outfit tor the pleasure of tho young folks, by the Parent-TeachRefreshments will be Association. sold on the grounds to help pay expenses. The Committee appointed for the occasion, request volunteer helpers at the School grounds, May. 20th, 1920, to prepare the grounds and erect equipment purchased for the play ground. Every man Interested, please come and help. er ' ""'"' ' , AGED LADY DEAD Mrs. Mary Hill, an aged and lady, widow of William Hill, died at her home near Salem, Butler Cou,nty, (adjacent to Cromwell), Sunday. Burial of the remains took place at Salem. Tuesday. Tho deceased lady was formerly a Miss Tlchenor, and was born and roared In the Centertown country, where she--' has quite a, number of friends and relatives. Duke, widow ot Stephen Mrs. Duke, died at the home ot her Mr. Tom Taylor, near Cromwell, In Butler County, Sunday, at the age ot 91 years, past. Mrs. Duke's maiden name was Baltzell, being a sister to Caleb Baltzell, deceased. She was reared In Ohio County and will be well remembered by quite a large section. son-in-la- PEACE RESOLUTION UP IN SENATE TODAY Washington, May 10. A vote by Thursday or Friday on the resolution to end fthe status of war with Germany and Austria was the aim of Senate leaders In arranging today for calling up the resolution tomorrow, tho Republicans plan to keop it con- - H ! t 1 nnd fastened it ngaln directly they COST OF LIVING entered. Tho party walked up tho BOUNDING UPWARD wood path toward the chaHALE AND HEARTY teau and wero soon lost to view. Thoy remained two hours and a half, emerging from tho grounds by Of Ex-EJFJrst "Close-Up- " tho main gate and passing through General Advance Of 21 Per Cent In Last Year Is the vlllago of Doom on tho straight Given By Lady jperors road to Amorongon, ton kilometers Shown Writer. I east. Hohenzollern has the reputaliorr tion, both at Amorongcn nnd Doom, By Frederick M. Kerby. By Zoo Bccklcy. of being "a very good boy." That is, (Loulsvlllo Herald.) Boston, May S. A Jump of 7 per ho behaves with great seemliness, Doom, Holland, April 23. This modesty nnd tact. cent in the nverage cost of "living for tnorning at tlio gato of their now eAmerican wage eamo.a too'; place Arrange AH Minenicnts state hero I saw tho former Kaiser, between November, 1019 and March, movement All winter his every who had motored from Amerongen i;2o. In Amerongen Bontinck This is tho to inspect tho elaborate alterations from arranged castle was for beforehand. It he completed by result of studies just and additions going busily on at wished to visit Utrecht, the National Industrial Arnhelm or Doom house. Conferenco Board hero, nn organizaDoom, for any reason, his adjutant Desplto tho talcs of tho of employers which alms to seDutch, mili- tion aged and Infirm appearance, invariably telephoned to cure accurate information on induspermission was tary questions for tho purpose of I saw In him a man of normally hale given authorities and to go to trial for the anil sprightly bearing. dealing Intelligently with their em It Is true that ho wears a heard, such nnd such place at such and such ployes. on Thursday, sny. which adds years to any man's score, time 7 per cent took place The boost If It poured cats and dogs, and concurrently of and It Is true that his with tho efforts of Ati ' Hohenzollern left unequal to the jour "heard la" gray. This mustach which ney, tho adjutant always called up torney General Palmer to "reduce the once turned so kalserishly upvard Is again nnd politely asked it tho visitor cost of living." This brings the total now less assertive. at Amerongen might make it Friday Increase since July, 1914, to about Tho .cheeks ahovo it ore firm and 95 per cent. The lncreaso within the slightly ruddy. Tho b'uo eyes above instead. 13 about 21 per Ho never went anywhere outside last twelve months it aro mnch underlined, biit clear and tho castle walls without nsklng. Re cent, according to the board. and tho whole fnco eitThe figures are tho result of the cently the Dutch government has givher that of n chief unchastened or a en go any board's sixth survey of changes In the him a blanket permission to Sinn nblo to mask successfully both cost of living in tho United States. 3vnawlng fear and annihilating shame. time ho chooses to his new house at Doom, to superviso tho extensive Food up 100 Tcr cent. Sparc, But Not Stooped. work going on thero. Food prices In March wero 100 pe IBs figure Is spare, but by no On The Lookout. cent higher than average prices aneans Btooped. Ho evil moves with Two of Holland's state police on tho war. Quotations on which trace of military briskness. si bicycles are always near the Hohenold "Bull". Durham. He belongs in this this estimate Is based were supplied His clothes wero hybrid. He wore zollern car on these and are ci.a reefer of tobacco brown, short strictly responsible for visits,safety and by over z,000 dealers In flfty-on- o of a more Hall of Fame. Can you his ties. ."trousers to match, with brown shoes good behavior. figure ? For over half a century Bull has Bents averaged 49 per cent higher And black leather leggins, of ir Hilary They are sharply on tho lookout for In March, 1920, tobacco he represents landscape; of they had been than been 'type. suspicious looking persons, nnd re in July, 1014, according to figures His soft hat was of brownish gray, has made millions and millions of friends. quire every foreigner and everybody furnished by 352 agencies in 1GS and when ho took It off In acknow- seen frequently about Doom house cities. This marks an average In ledgement of a bow 1 made solely In cigarettes from one bag. You can roll fifty-thrif- ty to produce passports, answer questhe Interest ol journalism, I noticed tions and promise not to take photo- crease of S per cent slnco November, 1919, and of 22 per cent since March Tils thinning half was grayer than his graphs. They followed me to my hof 'beard.. 1919. And these changes refer to tel, viewed my papers, made notes, in- changes In rents for low nnd medium .Ilntll ho stepped off the motor car, to call at police structed aparta. short military capo of olive gray quarters me permission, looking head- priced houses. Steam-heate- d ruefor ments and other expensive dwellings lined with dark fur Jiiing from h!- fully at tho kodak and the incriminat- showed greater rent advances. Rents shoulders. ing word "Journaliste" written on my went up In all sections qf the counAttendant Takes Cnpc. passport. try and in cities of every size. EvThis an attendant in plain clothes As the most hated human being in erywhere was a greater sumoved and carried, ns a small pa- the world, Hohenzollern Is viewed by shortage ofthero andstill building costs houses up thirty feet tho people of Amerongen and Doom lly walked from the car 4 were rising. Still higher rpnts were of pathway to an obscure little gate, with pure indifference which only therefore predicted. j through which the once All Highest tho phlegmatic are capable. Clothing in the budget Item for passed to avoid entering the main It Is said that even tho burgomas- which the greatest price increases to ail ter of Doom who together with head wero recorded. The advance oM77 wife, As for 'the of town council was invited to a per cent between July, 1914,, . haps all the world knows she is a banquet given last night at Bentlnck March, 1920, represents a rise ofand . IS woman. The handsome castle In Amerongen accepted the per "beautiful X ) Ounnmteed y g . . -- r 1 cent since November, 1919, and iV k. V'iV'An7S.VT X e empress of Hohenzollern Invitation with somestature of the of 53 per cent since March, 1919. fAJJfrlA&'YCe&tA'W'i Germany surprised me; likewise her thing less than enthusiasm. These estimates arc based on replies rosy face, sweet and gentle-featureI have asked everybody, from shop hair and the keeper to children, how they felt toher glory of snow-whit- e f With W1U.-V- . paper you modishness of her garments. ward tho coming of tho Kaiser, with can ro11 thc bt'st "B""" f'a While thero was nothing about out a single note of pleasure In re! Durham J I 11 "WJUJam Hohenzollern that stirred my sponse. The shopkeeper turned up 1 wa3 his nose and remarked smmllitaristlc sympathies, ho had that startled to find myself feeling sorry sufficient clientele as it was, and prefor his grave, mysterious looking ferred selling to customers he knew woman who shares his ignominy and ho could please than to cater to othhis oxile; who must live henceforth ers who mght bo difficult. separated from children and grandThe hotel man made a wry face and children, nlono with her fallen war complained It would bring trippers Ion, In her moated chateau, In a and excursionists to Doom and ban foreign land, among people whose ish high-clas- s visitors who had come deepest feeling toward her is faint here. curiosity. An old woman said: "Alas, yes, the (scarcely Fhe Feet Away. German Is coming. Why'was Doom to questionaires returned by 209 dry PLACE BARS OVER Ifugecs who havo found asylum with"1 was scaicely five feet from her tho unlucky place he chose? It will guuus ueaiers in m cuies. in her borders. source as she gave her black gloved hand to nover be quiet and elegant again." WILSON'S WINDOW from which this A diplomatic was obSundries Sour Too, information her husband and descended from the Some children had waved their Carfaro, furniture and household tained, says tho royal exiles aro keepar. hands and called out, "Good .day, Mr Washington, May 9 The keen ing away thousands furnishings made largo advancrs in A she glanced in "my direction, ap- Kaisor," us tho war lord's car passed. of "regular" solicitude felt by President Wilson's visitors from tho allied countries. cost slnco 1914. parently wondering who and what I They pulled sober llttlo faces when The increases between July, 1914 family and physicians for his physivnijeht he, standing thero by her llttlo I asked if they wero glad he was Former Emperor Charles, of Ausg has moved tho White tria, former King Constantino, and March 1920, In tho cost of all cal of private gateway, whero no Hollander coming to live here, and said, "No," sundries combined has been placed House nttachos to place heavy bars Greece and Ludwlg, of Bavaria and " 'nw thus far ventured, I saw a very my lady, for we used to walk and over tho windows of tho President's tho many at S3 per cent. minor princes nnd their roal and human sadness In her eyes. play with our dolls In tho woods of In estimating changes in tho fami- bedroom, which faces south on tho retinues aro not what might ho callShe walked up the path more Doom house. And now Mr. Kaiser ly budget ns a whole, tho Increase for second floor of the executive monslon. ed "paying; guests." slowly than the othors, possibly owing has put a fenco around it and we On tho contra?I The barring of tho President's win- ry, they nil practice rigid ecpnomy. each of the major items is .weighed to heart troublos from which she suf- can't get near." according to the expenditures for dow's which was effected by the orec-Ho- n Another objection on fers, ilor head, with Its glistening tho pnrt of g of a heavy Iron grillwork over Switzerland ench by average famisllvor-whlt- e hair, was held u littlo to is that most of her royal 43 per the entire aperture, was completed lies. These aro: for food, one side, as If she wore tired. guests are continually engaged in incent of the total; shelter, 18 per cent; without any comment whatever on FOR FLETCHER'S 1 think Augusta Victoria Hohon-2ollor- n Clothing 13 per cent; fuel, heat and. the part of tho White .House officials trigues for their restoration. must bo voiy tiled indeed; No explanation could be olicited as light, C per cent; sundries, 20 per tlrod of fire and steel and blood and tho cause of the barring up the Presicent. death and guilt and flight and isola-Jimm dent's window, and every member of anil Ignominy and loneliness and Tho Salvation Army, praised as an tho White House staff has been ex SugKi"tion for a CumpingTrip. women suffor H the punishment organization that in peace as veil as Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's tremely reticent on the subjet. from forces which are out of their war has rendered a servico of comfort Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy before patronage of the s and aid with a remarkable efficiency, control. I ask tho About Itlicuiuntlsm. ..Biosst'd With Elcpmcc. of Hartford nnd tho traveling has received tho endorsement of the leaving home. As a rule it cannot bo Peoplo are learning that it is only obtained when on a hunting, fishln She was dressed with elegance. Her public in general for tho following Kentucky Federation of Women's a waste of time 'and money to tako purple velvet, modoratoly brimmed reasons: Clubs. Aid of the Kentucky club or prospecting trip. Neither can It medicine internally for chronic nnd "hat was trimmed with flat ostrich During tho past 3 years I have women has been pledged to tho Sec- bo obtained while on board "tho cars or steamships nnd at fcuch times and muscular rheumatism, and about plumes of Its .same- color, and sho tried to servo you well and have ond Salvation Army Homo Service out of a hundred cases places It Is most likely to be needed. ninety-nln- o "voro no veil. mado regular trips between Hartford Appeal, May 10th., to May 20th. Tho beat way Is to have It vlth are one or the other of theso varied ono of and Beaver Dam, rain or shine, sum-mIlor suit was a Tho letter of Mrs. Lafon Rlkor, m' m ties, AH that Is really necessary to vuhot, either black or dark blue, with and winter, good roads and bad. President of the Kentucky Federation you. You can't help afford relief Is to apply Chamborlaln's a com to the knees, and skirt quite regular of Women's Clubs follows: Othors havo not mado taking a greater Liniment freely. Try it. It costs SVMl'ATHY IS WITH THE STEER long so long that Paris would trips and only sorvo you In good weaHarrodsburg, Ky. but 35 cents per bottle. Largo slzo pride in your nt it. April 17, 1920 ther. home when it's spick and span m A long, thin gold chain 'round her From Los Angeles comes tho word 60 cents. I charged you only COc and war Hon. Henry S. Barker, State Chair in a brand-necoat of rn& was tho only jewelry I could tax, through tho winter just tho samo man, Salvation Army Home Service thnt In tho preparation of aVitagraph 10,281 LOSE LIVES IN serial a maddened steer, with Its neck ut Tho car was an ordinary lim- - as in summer. Campaign, Louisville, Kentucky. PARIS FLU EPIDEMIC oubltie of good lines, painted olivo Othors aro charging 75c. Boar Sir: Tho Executivo Commit- twisted to the breaking point, final" tXreen uiid ornamented with brass. It ' I have never failed to glvo Hart tee of the Kentucky Federation of ly Bent his tormentor, one Roe Ryan, WHITE-LEA- D Paris, May 9. Last yoar's InfluenGor- - ford a good word or do its citizens a Women's home to bed with three broken ribs za epldemlo In "was drlvon by a Cluh3 most heartily Paris cost 10,281 llvos, and pure linseed oil. aannn with military cap and chinstrap. good deed whenever tho opportunity tho Second Homo Service Cam- and bruises enough to keep him nurs- official figures just published show. This paint costs less, figured by ing his own injuries for some tlmo. Expectant "There wero two mon in civilian probonted Itself. paign of the Salvation Army. mothers paid tho heaviest the gallon, square yard, or years of liaht)S Inside the car, both of whom My enrs leavo Hartford at tho folIt Is glad to put the stamp of ap- What must wo think of that part sharo of this total. Mortality service. As it is mixed to order, you was nC(i out and untored the wooded lowing hours: 4 a. in.; 9:4Q a. m.; proval on the work of nn organization of tho public that craves such exhl five times greater can have the exact color you want. than in previous grounds of Doom liouso with tho ex- - 12:30 p. m.$ 2 p. m.; and 7 p. m. that, in peace and war has rendered bltions of cruelty ns to make their epidemics. We use only ma' ' Ka1ftir and Kalserlu. Hartford huadquarters ut Casehior & a service of comfort and aid with a representation financially profitable-terials and our prices are right. ' ITulotk Gate. Taylor's Restaurant. romarkablo efficiency that commands These Inhuman scono3 thrown upon ROVAL REFUGEES "CHEAP May mh estimate on Vour wwkf ; Two 'qthor men in plain elothos, I blncoroly thank you for tho many our gratitude and admiration tho screen would have dollghted tho GUESTS" SIUST MOVE OUT w Saf tk nraet and yaumtt all; 'Who stood bOHldu tho llttlo gato u favors of tho past und cordially in Very truly yours, mi futoc. uAit,-iaaudiences thai creimd two thuusand t, years ago tho Roman Coliseum, Our quarter of'an hour before tho ownura vltQ your patronage for tho future M. G. RIKER, London, May 9. Switzerland Is J. C. CASEBIER jwrlvojl, allocked It ab thoy drove up, 40tf Dumb Animals. J. E. CURTIS. President. about to expol tho various royal io- Hnrtford, Ky. VILHELH IN EXILE - sun-dappl- m (wllBwX. HBsiiifi mil close-cropp- fir im !PLl M be-fo- ie THERE HE STANDS! think the the GRAND familiar part GENUINE - - ULL UORHAM Jm) M M TOBACCO Iltn !' . 'ra one-tim- W XKmmf. d, JJ rfWkmiikA yWfWvfalll c,arccs. IP' 1 ri well-bein- ii 1 .i 033.ild.ren Cry wage-earnin- us C ASTO R A Transfer Service cltl-zon- Greater Pride in semi-tailore- or YburHome have-laughe- w DUTCH BOY drab-unlform- os high-gra- J l : wfV. .v''. . a4tfl ERNST ENTERS ll SENATE RACE CANDIDATE NOTED FOR CONGRESS MAY CALL DR. CHARLES W. ELIOT CoiiRrossinini i urges House I'rnlic Into Charge Agulnst Wet Point. May Washington, W. Eliot, of 9. Dr. Charles Con-gross EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK EDUCATOR AND Harvard, may havo to T LEADER Ardent Supporter of Movement To Wipe Out Illiteracy It Is hardly necessary to Introduce Richard 1. Ernst, whoso candidacy for the United States Senate lias Just been announced, to the uverngo Ken-tuckln- u I: i k, m r ih Ills name hns nppcarcd throughout the stnte In connection with charltnblo movements, wur campaigns, church and missionary work nnd drives to nld y the schools and school teachers, In the mountain districts. Ills charitable work, aggressiveness nnd progresslveness In civic movements and personal popularity havo made him ono of tho most generally admired men In Northern Kentucky. Ills extensive work In the Interests of his state nnd Its people began Immediately upon Mr. Ernst's graduation from tho famous Old Centre College, Danville, where he was valedictorian of his class. Admitted to Bar. lie w8 admitted to tho bar In Kenton county after examination by Senator John W. Stevenson nnd Judge Willlnm It. Arthur nnd since has practiced law In Covington nnd Cincinnati with the same aggressiveness and success that have featured every movement worth while into which he has directed his cITorts. Glancing over the long list of his nctlvltles one can see that ho continually has enlisted himself In movements in which ho could accomplish best results for tho people. As trustee and a member of the Executive Committee of Old Centre College, Kentucky State University nt Lexington, and of IMkeville College, his excellent ndvlco nnd assistance In matters of Importance have been extremely beneficial to the students. Wars On Illiteracy. Recently he has taken a deep interest In the campaign teachers arc waging for Increased salaries and has been taking nctlve steps to secure better pay both for the teachers of tho state nnd for the professors In our colleges and universities. Tho mountain schools especially appeal to him and he has been an ardent supporter of the movement to wipe out Illiteracy and to offer residents of the mountain districts better facilities for education. Mr. Ernst's continuous help has been received by the churches of the Btate, regardless of denomination. Ho Is an elder and succeeded his father as superintendent of the Sunday-schoo- l, their terms of service covering n period of nearly $0 years. He has been looking nfter educational and missionary work In tho mountains, ns piinlnnnn of the Stnte Committee of his church, nnd has succeeded In more tban doubling the amount heretofore given for this purpose. And his work does not end there. Ho Is president of the Covington Y. ' M. C. A. and n member of tho Nation-u- l War Council. As head of the Y. M. C. A. ho has been mainly Instrumental In erecting one of the most complete nnd modern buildings to bo found. Son In Active Service. Ho was nctlvo In every form of war work nnd gave continuously of his time, labor nnd money, whenever called upon. His only son was serving at the front In France, ns a captain In the regulnr army, when tho nrmlstlco was signed. Ho hnd entered the army us a private during tho Mexican trduble and Inter passed his examinations nt Washington, winning a second lieutenancy. Mr. Ernst's John I. Darnall, of volunteered as n private and also was In active service at the front. Ills wide and extensive business nnd professional experiences, as counsellor and advisor to many large financial nnd mauufncturlng concerns, has been ,of unlimited value to his state and community, as he has been called upon many times to give advice when matters of big moment were being considered. Mr. Ernst's record of servlco In tho Republican party Is n long one. Good Republican Record. i Beginning as Councilman In Coving-,tohe was kept In ofllce by members of both parties until he Insisted 'on retiring. For many years he was on tho Stuto Central Committee and for four years served as Its chairman, no has represented his district a number of times at National Conventions and also has been ono of the "Big Four" from his state. It was he, who, while state chairmen, established state headquarters at Louisville, Plnce continuously mnlntnlned by tho party. Ho also has been a liberal financial supporter of the party during all three years and one of Us wise counsellors. Mr. Ernst's futher was William Ernst, n banker at Lexington, subsequently Covington. His mother was Sarah A. Butler, a JeBsamino county cspo-clallFlem-lngsbur- g, son-in-lan, n committee of to explain what ho meant when he said that tho educational system nt tho West Point Military Academy His criticisms aro is detective. in nn address beforo tho Harvard Teachers' Association nnd In letters to General Ruckman, commander of the North Atlantic Coast Artillery District. Representative Fred Britten, of Illinois, announced today that ho will introduce a resolution in tho House tomorrow asking the secretary of war to send nil correspondence In tho matter to tho Military Affairs Committee. This Is preliminary to asking the committee to investigate Dr. Eliot's remarks and determine the truth about West Point's methods of education. Mr. Britten said: "When a man of Dr. Eliot's standing In tho educational world says West Point Is a good example of what an educational Institute should not be, and that this fact wns shown by tho Inefficiency and failure of its graduates during the war, and that in his opinion no Amercan school or collcgo Intended for youths between IS nnd 22 years old should accept such Illprepnred material as West Pont accopts.and ho also severely tho teachers as well as their I think It Is timo for Conmethods. gress to Investigate tho matter and see If our curriculum is running In circles and the $20,000 oxpended on tho education of each youth Is wasted. Dr. Eliot should tell tho Commit-tc- o on Military Affairs Just where West Tolnt graduates failed and were Inefficient (during tho war, nnd how. In his opinion, this may bo obviated in tho future. He should be given a full and thoro hearing beforo tho committee " ed crit-.iclz- appear bofore Goodyear Tires for the Smaller Cars sin Enormous resources and scrupulous care have produced in Goodyear Tires for die smaller cars a high relative value not exceeded even in the famous Goodyear Cords on the world's highest-priceautomobiles. d In addition to its larger M i'i sizes, Goodyear manufactures an average of 20,000 small car tires a day in the world's largest tire factory devoted solely to the 30x3, 30x3V-- , and 31 x 4-in- ch sizes. factory-equippe- d with any other kind. Last year more cars using these sizes were with Goodyear Tires than es Their extreme worth is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. I OOOQVEAF 4 When tho baby takes too much food tho stomach turns; the result Is Indigestion, sourness anil vomiting. Frequently tho bowels are involved and thoro Is colic pains and diarrhoea. McGeo's Baby Elixir is a remedy for the grand corrective stomach nnd bowel disorders of babies. It Is pure, wholesome, and pleasant to take. Prlco 25c and 50c per bottle, gold by Ohio County m Drug Co. RUMANIA I2AGKK FOR PEACE 30x3'A Goodyear Fabric, er Double-Cur- e Tread e AT250 VJ b1-50 30x3 Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Anti.Skld Tread L1 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are built to protect casings. Why endanger a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of 50 less merit. 30 x 3' sire in waterproof bag $f t i London, May 1 'Rumania is making a new and determined effort to 'pan, whence Prince Charles has gone conditions as get back to pre-wrapidly as possible, according to dis on such a mission. Tchitcherln, Russian foreign compatches received here from Bucharest missary, has promised Premier Averprogram put forward by tho new Tho escu to recognize Rumania's claim to prcmior General Averescu, Includes peace with the Bol- Bessarabia, formerly part of Russia Immediato and to return Rumanian gold and seI sheviks. curities sent to Russia during the DIsbandmcnt of tho Rumanian ar German Invasion. my. of army engineers and Utilization Surgeons agree that In cases of other technical units as labor battal railways, roads, tele- Cuts? Burns, Bruises and Wounds, the ions to restore first treatment is most important. graph and telephono lines. bestowal of civic and poli When an efficient antiseptic Is applied Gradual promptly, there is no danger of intical rights upon women. Keeping elections free from tho in fection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, fluence of civil servants. of tho Rumanian Cham Borozono is the ideal antiseptic and Reduction healing agent. Buy It now and bo ber from 524 to 300 members. Rumania's crentest need Is rail ready for an emergency. Price 25c, by Ohio way stock and agricultural Imple- 50c, ?1.00 and $1.50. Sold m Help Is expected from Ja- - County Drug Co. ments. ar MINISTER DENIES JAPAN IS MENACE War Profits Being Used To Build 29 New Colleges Methodist Told. Dr. Frank Herron Smith, of Seoul, Korea, speaking tonight as the fraternal delegate from the Japanere Methodist Church to .the Methodist general conference, stated that Japan is not a military menace, adding that the boys no longer aro anxious to enter either the military or naval academy. Dr. Smith gave us further evidence that Japan Is "turning frpm militaristic tendencies," the fact that the enormous war profits of that nation aro being used by the government to new colleges, ten build twenty-nin- e now universities and to educate hundreds of Japanese young men, both at homo and abroad, to assume professorships in these new institutions. He said the most popular word in Japan today Is "domokurashl," which he ex plained, is the Japanese equivalent for democracy. Tho four great problems in Japan today, Dr. Smith declared, are tho high cost of living, labor agitation. Bolshevism and universal suffrage. An election to be held throughout tho empire next Monday has to do with the matter of suffrage, he said, and bids fair to "mean great things" for Japan. Dr. Smith stated that in twelve years the membership of the Methodist Church of Japan has doubled and contributions are twice as much per capita as In America. Greetings from tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South, were brought to tho general conference by Dr. Charles W. Tad-loc- k, who expressed a strong hope that tho two great Methodlsms of America may bo soon united. Memorial services for bishops and a nurabor of other church leaders who died In tho last four years will bo held by tho conference tomorrow. 8 rflilKLEYS FT T -- Des Moines, la., Jlay WmB 11 ATA -- WJ- r?fw Aftej; a hearty meau you'll avoid that ' stuffy feeling if you chew a stick of .( WRIGLEY5 Other benefits: to teeth breath, appetite nerves. That's a good deal to get for 5 cents! ' m Kw k r sW. . 'iB m Sealed Tight-K- ept Right m j : i- - J t . .j! ..wl " n It was through Mr. Ernst's Instrumentality that the Covington Industrial Club was developed nnd through his efforts that the campaign to erect a magnificent headquarters for this remarkable civic organization was r .- It. 7J. "'iV!'-! t -: HON. RICHARD P. ERNST.v ,. CAStO Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S , RA f rThe Flavor Lasts AS; 'The Hartford Republican haiiti'oim) rmxTixa company Incorporated "tt Published AVcckly by S. TIXSM3Y, Editor mid llnslncss Malinger. Entered according to law at the Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of tlio second class. Postofflc Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to "N Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give the old address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c per line for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for each head line and slgnautre, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. xotice to sunscmnEiis Farmers Mutual s .TELEPHONES Cumberland FIUDAY, "Old Timer" J. H. Glenn, says he when it comes christian to fishing, earnest, as his right hand is alworkers, whose efforts aro continu- most useless in digging bait and ously being expended in behalf of tho handling tho rod. Ho says ho never most lowly, that man and woman not could have any luck in reached through any of the various fishing. other agencies for good. We can servo ourselves, humanity and tho Quite a number of our readers Master, by contributing a small sum have come forward with suggestive and lending our efforts to this most remedies for breaking up that hard- worthy cause. Get busy, raise tho pan on Bat Nail's head, they range amount tomorrow. If you don't suc- from dogwood cudgels 69 day. ceed tomorrow, do It the next to One enthusiastic 123 Finish the Job with, neatness and party said that nothing short of "T. your action to dispatch and report N. T." would probably produce the MAY 14 County Chairman L. G. Barrett, desired effect. Is badly handicapped left-handfour-year-o- ld nitro-glycerln- chairmen to have charge of collections were also made and notices have gone out to each. The general plan of securing our quota in a drlvo of ono day was thought best, and tomorrow was decided upon as the time. Lot each and everyone mako an' effort to secure nt least us much as the amount nsked for. Hartford and Beaver Dam are Undertaking to of the total sum, or raise one-fift- h $200.00. Other districts have been of $20.00, nsked for a minimum ranging from that amount up to $75. There can bo no posslblo doubt of the fact that the S. A., Is worthy of our best endeavors. All agreo that It fully met every test during the recent war, and nothing has ever been heard to detract from the splendid of of this unselfish band work STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) If the most of us would THINK twice before speaking a lot' of us would have precious little to sny.vffn fact, there is grave doubt as to wheth er, with many of us, speech would not become a lost art. The school hero commenced to close Monday night and finished the commencement night before last with considerable tho successful effort. The students who finished aro Just now beginning. tended court nt Hartford this Miss Week. Minnie Mclntlro, of Evaus-vlll- o was hero a few days last week. W. F. Wnllnco went to Nobo last Monday, on business, returning Wednesday. O. M Bishop and wife wont to Loulsvlllo last Saturday, returning Sunday. R. E. Ross Is spending tho week visiting his niece, Mrs. Chester Tlch-cno- r, near Hcflin. C. T. S. Overton returned from Loulsvlllo last Saturday, where he had been, on business. Ellis Brown and wife, of this place, spent the week-en- d with friends, in Central City and Utlca. Klnh McKenney, of Louisville, was the guest of his brother, Foster McKenney, Inst Tuesday night. Misses Myrtle Walker, Mattie and Lottie Kuykendoll spent tho weok-en- d with Mr. Jno. Bell, nt Hartford. Alvey Bean and wife, who spent the winter in Texas, and Hot Springs, Ark., returned to their home here, Inst week. Herman Garrett and family, of Nelson; William Swain and family, Georgo Edward Wallace and Walter Creel, of Central City spent Saturday and Sundny here, the guests of W. F. Wallace and family. The Accurate Drop Corn Planter THE real reason for using a corn planter is to save time. However, if the planter is not accurate, it would pay better to plant by hand. Accuracy in a corn planter means uniform drop the desired number of kernels in each and every hill. If the planter is not accurate, a loss in yield will result. Accuracy in planting has been the main object in designing the John Deere No. 999 Corn Planter. The advantage of using this planter is that with proper handling it will plant twq, three or four kernels in the hill, as desired. Every one of these machines is rigidly inspected before leaving the factory. device on this planter is an The devices. improvement over all other The John Deere No. 999 is equipped with John Deere NATURAL CELL FILL, Edge Delivery Seed Plates, Thesurface of the hopper bottom and the openings to the seed cells are oblique or sloping. The weight of the corn in the hopper causes the seed to move toward and enter the cells of the seed plate in its natural position. The kernels do not have to be tipped on edge, and, therefore, each cell is filled readily. The Full Variable Drop Planter The John Deere No. 999 Planter has a variable drop consisting of a train of gears constantly in mesh. With this device, two, three or four kernels can be planted as desired merely by shifting the foot lever. The gears are enclosed in an case, and it never is necessary to remove them from this case, seed-dropping y seed-droppi- ng About the best thing we know of, to use on a Bolshevik is a Pole. ROSIXE ( I 1 4 Messrs. Alen and Enas Wallace have Covington, Ky., May 10, 1920: A headline In a Democrat:.! paper returned from the oil fields of Texas. For some time past it has been l"Wilson uncompromising." We reads Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cox visited Mr. known to many of my Republican say you said a mouthful thf.n and Mrs. Tom Crowder last Sunday. friends throughout tho State that I Mr. and Mrs. Norval York were would be a candidate for the Repubguests of Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce lican nomlnaMoa for United States The Kentucky Derby and Carran-za'- s Sunday. Senator. derby were In progress upon the Mrs. Petsy Pierce visited her I now desire to mako public ansame day. The difference being, the daughter-in-laMrs. John Pierce, of nouncement of that fact. Kentucky affair was run off and Beaver Dam, Saturday and Sunday. I keenly appreciate tho responsiCarranza ran away. Miss Velsia Wilson and Mr. Earl bility and Importance of this high Font, of Rosine were married Satur position, and, in the event of my elecThe average cost of one's living is day at the home of Rev. Joe Acton. but 21 per cent higher than it was a Harve Sheffield went Into the drug tion, I will give to the duties of this Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Lang visited year ago. It is not likely to be more store the other day to procure a dose office the best there is in mo and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tweedell Friday. than 21 per cent higher next year Mrs. Tweedell is slowly Improving of medicine. Leach, the druggist, will represent the. people of Kentucky fixed the medicine, which than now, so why worry? Maybe Harve and of the United States to the best you won't be here to enjoy it, and for from an attack of erysipelas. swallowed, at the same time placing a of my ability. Raymer departed this Mrs. I desire, also, to take advantage quarter on the counter for payment. that reason you should make the life May Lizzie the eighth. The remains were The druggist, Instead of taking most of It now. the of this opportunity to express my burled in Rosine Cemetery May the two-bit- s, laid a dime down on the sincere thanks to the many Repub- ninth. She leaves a husband and a quarter. Sheffield looked at It was not so hot Sunday, but we the mix Icans throughout the State who have, to mourn her loss. er of physics and asked hlnr what he without solicitation on my part, so noticed a few of the younger genera- host of friends Mrs. Nancy Keown and Miss Alma meant and was told to keep his mon- kindly and generously offered me tion out without coats, and the last Simmons visited relatives in Rosine ey their support. one of them wore a wild, screaming and take the dime, as anyone last week, with a view of making took the medicine he dished who RICHARD P. ERNST. Bilk shirt. We didn't know that they out home for a while. Miss was ' a were so much hotter than the ordi- this their entitled to free service and pay Alma CLEAR RUX. nary line of goods. But then, of year. will teach the school here this on tne side. (Not an ad.) course we'never had a right to know. Andrew Alford and Clyde Mlnton Mr. A. J. Funk, of Ind., was Excuse us for mentioning It again, went fox hunting Saturday night. but B. Nail had a birthday last week, a visitor at Mr. Roscoo Baird's SunOf the working days out of the They had one old dog and two pups, or thought past 3G5, and then some, we1 have he did, and undertook, day. seven monius oiu. iney started a in We are still having plenty of rain. fact he did go through with some failed only on three occasions to ntinpli flio Hmp rlnW nt this nfflpfi. fox at,dusk Saturday night and run sort of celebration in honor of the Tobacco plants in this locality are n,ne clock Sunday mrn,nS event, which he thought was the 4Cth small and growing slowly. but If nothing happens, other thanunt" Andrew says come on boys with your occasion. Mr. and Mrs. David Havenor, of Bat got a bit mixed on the most unfavorable weather and dogs, but bring your best ones. his dates, and to his surprise, he held Heflln, visited Mr. and Mrs. Loa water conditions, and death, we are o the celebration in memory of the Johnson, Saturday and Sunday. going to take a week off, commencing BALD KXOB Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk, of eventful date some two or three days with tomorrow or the next day. We passed through here Tuesday, en- before the anniversary and Instead aro trusting to "pot luck", for some Mr. C. T. Smith Is sick, at this of Its being his 46th birthday it was route to Taffy where they will visit one to round up matter for the paper, his 56th. ' From the manner In which Mrs. Kirk's parents, Mr. and Mrs. but whether we do or do not succeed, writing. Miss Allie Bell Leach is very sick Mr. Nail is capering around, we are Butler Rhoads, a few days. barring accidents, we will have no with mumps. not surprised at his crowding the hand in the coming issue. Several from this place attended years down a half score, but there, XOTICE FARMERS! by his of the meeting at Cromwell, Sunday night. Is no good purpose served The unreserved adoption Messrs. Norval Leach and Court- - counterflttlng the date. We will have at once a d of League of Nations, by this Nation, is land Taylor were in Beaver Dam, comInternational farm Machinery" and to be tho paramount Issue In the Implements, consisting of most anyBEDA. ing campaign for President, so we are Monday, on business. Mrs. Pig Porter and son, Claud, thing you need. Call and see our told, made so by President Wilson's Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Parks visited' line. telegram to Democrats of Oregon, on of Cromwell, spent Sunday with Mrs. W. E. ELLIS & BROthe eve of their primary. Declaring Porter's brother, Mr. W. T. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parks, Wednes day. the party, meaning the Democratic and wife. Mrs. C. W. Wallace and daughter, Mrs. Oma Turner, of Harford, vis party, had 'the honor of the nation' In LOUISVILLE MARKETS. E. C. Baird Tuesits hands. The only true American Ruth, of Orange, Texas, spent Sunday ited Mr. and-Mrism, he said was "that which puts night and Monday with relatives in day. Cattle Light volume of traffic in W. C. Wiggins and family were feeders and stockers at prevailing America at the front of the free na- Cromwell. Mrs. J. M. Sandefur, of Horton, guests of H. T. Jones and family, prices. Few buy for that class of tions and redeems the great promises which we made to the world." It who is visiting her 3on, Mr. E. P. Sunday. stock and plainer offerings hard to E. L. Bennett and L.E. Shown dispose of at low rates. Fairly good would be a violation of such prom- Sandefur and family, has been very attended the fish fry at Hartford, clearance noted. ises, he said, to attach reservations sick, but is improving. Mesdames R. A. and Jlmmie Tuesday njght. to the treaty etc. What we want Quotations: Prime heavy steers Dr. B. F. TIchenor, of Crescent $12 012.60; heavy shipping steers most to know, is, who promised the Sandefur, and Miss Martha Sandefur world so and so? And the world is were pleasant visitors of E. P. San- City, Fla., visited his mother, at E. $11012; medium steers $10(5)11; C. Batrds Tuesday. bound to answer, nobody but Wood-ro- defur and family last Thursday. light steers $9.00 010; fat heifers Mr. and Mrs. Logan BradOn acount of the continued rain $8.50 13.25;, fat cows $8011; meunWilson, the advised spoKesman for the United ley entertained with a large party, farmers are very much delayed in dium $6.508; cutters $5.5006.50; States of America, and that too after Saturday night, In honor of Mr. Les- planting their crops. canners $5 down; bulls $7.50010; Mrs. Ney Rowan and son, J. C. feeders $9011; stockers $7.50010; bo bad been repudiated at the polls in ter Itson, just back from the army. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sandefur and Rowan are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. choice milch cows $1000125; mean unmistakable manner by those who ought to be the sovereign rulers children, of Cromwell; Mr. and Mrs. C. Bennett this week. dium $750100; common' $55075. upon such questions. It one man can L. D. Sandefur, of Holbrook, Arizona; Miss Lorene Greer, returned WedCalves Market steady with predesignate himself the American Na Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sandefur, of Hor- - nesday, from Owensboro, where she vious day's decline. Best veals $11 tion and bind the country to do his ton; Mrs. C. W. Wallace and little ! had spent two weeks with friends nnd 011.50; medium $709; common $5 bidding, then, Indeed, has the edifice daughter, Ruth, of Orange, Texas and relatives. 6. called a free democracy been shatter- Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach, of this Rev. L. D. Harrel will fill his apHogs Demand active and prices ed into small fragments, in America. place, spent Sundav with Mr. E. P. pointment at Beulah Church next established on a steady basis. Best The injunction given by the wise men Sandefur.AH of Mr. Sandefur's chil- Saturday night and Sunday morning, hogs 22 pounds up $13.75; 165 to of long-agto steer clear of foreign dren were there except E. M. Sande- at 11 o'clock.' 225 pounds $14.75; 120 to 165 lbs entanglements is held for naught. If fur, of Canton, Ohio. Kell Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. $14.50; pigs 90 to 120 pounds, $12.-5- 0; the issue upon which tho Democrats 90 pounds down $11; throwouts W. R. Carson, who left home SaturNOTICE TO FARMERS day for parts unknown, has nnt bean $10.25 down. are to go to the people In November, Sheep and Lambs Demand fairly for continuance in power is to be heard from, at this writing Those of you who are thinking of of Bell's good for the best spring lambs at in chief, that emenating from the Mrs. T. E. McQuary, secluded corridors of the Whltehouse, organizing ice clubs must commence Run, spent Tuesday with her sister, $18; lighter kinds down to $15; best the unreserved adoption of the Treaty taking ice on or before the 20th of Mrs. Timer Westerfield, and Mr. Wes- - sheep quotable at $10; bucks $7 and League ns "I" willed upon the May, 1920, it you want any reduced Iterfleld. She was accompanied home down. Few fall lambs around $120 Country, then the opposition, in our prices. Will glvfe you wholesalo by her son, William, who had been 14 for best offerings. Judgment, has all but won the com- prices It you take out 1200 Ib 4 visiting relatives here for somo time. PRODUCE, blocks weekly, at one trip, any club ing election. Local produce dealers quote buyCENTERTOWN that falls to take out four blocks1 or ing prices as follows, net to shipper, There is a campaign on in Ken- more every week violates the contract the shipper paying freight and dray-ag- e tucky, for the purpose of securing and will be forced to pay the retail J. M. Bishop was in Fordsville, last charges: home service funds for the Salvation price thereafter If they get any more Friday. EGGS Candled 36037c. Army. Ohio County has been al- ice. So make your contract on or Earl TIchenor was in Central City BUTTER Country 30 032c. before the 20th of May. lotted as its quota, approximately Will make lost Wednesday. . POULTRY Hens 28 030c lb,; At a committee meeting held contract only for my own manufacS. M. Dexter went to Illinois last large spring chickens 25031c lb.: here Sunday, an estimate of the ture. Cannot say what I may have week, on business. small spring chlckenB 26035c lb.; Wing Kincheloe and Dr. M, M. old roosters 15c lb.; stags 20c lb.: amount to be raised in each of the to pay for ice above my own make. ELLIS ICE CO. Dexter were ln'Livermoro Sunday. districts within the County was made, ducks 22025c lb.; turkeys 35c "lb.; V; Hartford, Ky appointments of district or precinct I 17-Several persons from this place at- - geese 15 016c lb.; guineas 35c each. -car-loas. w $1,-00- 0. ', 4t Duke, the foreman, had some scalp trouble a few days ago and drifted Into a drug store, fn town to procure some sort of remedy that he thought to be good, but the drug- Plst in n vttP.Vnnu'.u,ll!)t.vnn-ii.nn- t kind of manner looked nt Duke's dome and told him that what ho most needed was coconut oil. Ramey says that oil may be good stuff, but what bothered him was, the whyforeness of so much mirth of and others at the druggist's suggestion of coconut oil for his head. R. P. ERNST OUT FOR U. S. SENATOR slight oil-tig- ht lc morla iiicfnnflir the ordinary it never is separated. Other devices open and close at every actuation of the fork by the wire and are constantly being released under strain, causing considerable wear and reducing the life of the most important parts of the planter. The device on the John Deere No. 999 Planter can be shifted at any time in the travel of the machine. The John Deere No. 999 is a real variable drop planter it varies the distance in drilling as well as the number of kernels per hill in hilling, and gives a greater variety of distances without the use of extra sprockets and plates. All corn plates on this planter have 16 cells; therefore, the same drilling distances can be obtained as on planters having 8, 12 and plates, and without the change of plates. Hilling or Drilling Change from hilling to drilling or back to hilling 16-ce- which is dust-proo- f. The driving mechanism has this advantage over ll . k Simply pressing the foot lever makes the chance. The foot drop provided on this planter is of special use in hill dropping with the foot; also when planting rows at the ends of the field. Plants Many Varieties of Corn Seed plates can be furnished for handling practically any kind of corn; also sorghum, milo, maize and other seeds. The improved form of cut-ohas a quick action. The spring knocker causes each kernel to be discharged upon the valve without fail. There are no ridges or obstructions in the valves to catch and hold the kernels. Sufficient opening is left just above the upper valve to enable operator to see the kernels as they are collected for the hill. ff tools are required. wir . ! A.4-- .. i... I I M FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. JAKE AVILSOX, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ? The Success This Bank Has Attained Was Made Possible Because of These Things The The The The Resources at the Bank's Command. Courtesy of the Bank's Officials. Confidence of the Public. Fair Methods that Have Ever Prevailed To the man who has no banking connection, we now issue this invitation to connect himself with this bank. As a depositor his money is absolutely safe and as a borrower he will be accorded as liberal terms as is consistent with safe banking. Our Facilities Are at Your Disposal Come in and talk with any official of he bank. . We will give you the advantage of our experience if you want it. BANK OF HARTFORD Ohio County's Oldest Financial Institution. u MEN'S HATS N Rothschild's Star flats Better made hats in the latest styles awaic you here for your Spring selection. iL . nil -- rnce $ ;r: Wm r- - J , k"? KBi t,nf. m i Mrs Maggie Griffin sustained a Mrs. Josephine Duke, of Dumleo, is fractured arm Monday night in a fall, visiting relatives hero this week. returning from commencement. Miss Emogeno Wilson, of Prentiss, Is a guest of her uncle, Judge John Mrs. Blrdlo MIdklff, of Sulphur 11. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. tJlfwiib-?win jiuiii uiu UAUliilllUklujl I for Common Sohool Graduates,, at An examination will be conducted Fordsvllle, today. hero today by Prof. E. S. Howard, for common schoof diplomas. , John. Allen Wilson, of Chllllcothe, 111., returned here Wednesday, to bo ' Miss Iono Hedrlck, of Owensboro, present at tho graduating exercises, jwas tho guest of Miss Mary Laurn ho being a member of tho 1920 class. Pendleton Saturday and Sunday. Miss Belle Walker, who has been a Mrs. Clarence L6ney, of Owensbomember of the faculty of the local ro, was a guest of Mrs. John Bell and high school during the past year, will Mr Bell from Tuesday until today. leave for her home In Morgantown, today. Mrs. S. O. Keown will conduct the examination to bo hold In Beaver Miss Mattie Jane Bennett, of near Dam today, for common school gradContertown, was a guest of Rev. and uates. Mrs. A. J. Williams, while attending tho commencement exercises here, Tlns-le- y, Misses Violet Allen and Edith this week. of the Washington country, are visiting friends and relatives hero Dr. B. F. Tichenor, of Crescent this week. City, Fla., arrived here Tuesday, and will spend ten days or two weeks hero Mrs. Willie Walker and. daughter, visiting friends nf T.orlntrtnn will ........ horo tnflnv., and in the County, ..... nrrlvrt and relatives. to spend a week with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook entertained Dr. J. J. Tigert of K. S. Mrs. Mary Ellis, of Alexandra, Is U., Lexington, while here to deliver visiting her sons, Messrs., Steve, Ertho address at the graduation exnest and Howard, and their families, ercises last night. here this week. BEGE3EX3EBS Acton Bros Special Discount Sal COMMENCING 1 o ana $o ' 'H.'mifX, IM ll.Ulci, I.IH Saturday, May 8th TO MAY 18, INCLUSIVE We are going to sell our Big Stock of ,. ......, Furniture, Rugs Mattings and all Kinds of Household Furnishings At a Special Reduction of Men's Furnishings Collars, Ties, Belts, Shirts, Underwear, Suits, Caps, Hosiery, Etc. Call and see them. Our prices are below factory prices today. $&$& '. The Hartford ritiDAY, Tho 1400 acre tract of coal, timIf you are In need of ii tlrst-clabered and farm lands, known as the buggy, one for Bervlce as well as appearance, get a George Delker from Aberdeen Coal Co., property, will he sold at Aberdeen, May 27th. See adACTON BIIOS. t 4Gt2 40to vertisement In this Issue. Farming Tools and Machinery for Miss Mattie Duke, who came home all your needs, whether It bo a tractor or gardon rake, may bo procured of some time ago, on account of the 42t4 serious illness of her father. Mr. J. D W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Duke, returned last Sunday, to her Walter Hale, of Fordsvllle, who at- school work in Shelbyvllle tended the commencement exercises We have tho celebrated MASTERS hero this week, was a guest of Mr. J. Tobacco Planter. It saves your back E. Davidson and family. and enables you to plant tobacco Mr. E. E. Rhoads, together with when It can not bo done otherwise. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. his family, will leave Hartford today, 4Ct4 for Owensboro, where they go to Mrs. Ira Daniel and daughter will make their future home. go to Horse Branch today, to visit Wo .can mako your screen doors relatives a few weeks before Going to and windows in any size you may re- Louisville, where they will Join .Mr. Daniel, to make their future 'home. quire. Give us your order. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 46t4 j Go to TATE'S RESTAURANT for a id W. R. Fuqua, who have quick Lunches, Confectioneries, Can J, R. positions In Louisville, are spending dies, Fountain Drinks, and Fruits. a few days here with their parents, TATE'S TRANSFER cars mako con nection with all Beaver Ddm trains. Rev. and Mrs. II. E. Fuqua.' ss 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 nfcar the price we paid for them. Our aim is to reduce our stock. Come in andlet us save you some good money in this SPECIAL STOCK REDUCTION SALE. All Sales, To Obtain The Discount Must be for Cash. Republican MAY Our WIro Fence has arrived. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Mr. J. F., Cooper, of Fordsvllle, was In town yesterday, on business. sMr. and Mrs. Thomas Bennett and Mrs. W. B. Tichenor, of this place, Is spending tho weolc with her daugh- Miss Ida Marie Bennett, of the Wal ter, Mrs. E. C. Balrd, and Mr. Baird, ton's Creek country, were here this of the Shlnkle Chapel country. week, attending commencement and visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher 14 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS last Friday Mr. and Mrs. John C. RUey spent In Owensboro. Hon. I. S. Mason, of Buford, spent a few days hero this week. Maxwell cars and accessories can 46t2 be had at ACTON BROS. Mr. L. L. Leach and family visited friends in Cromwell Sunday. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and 'poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. William Johnson went to LouMessrs. L. S. Igleheart, Tony John isville, Tuesday, where he will spend some time with his daughter, Mrs. son and Carl Sandefur left for Jack Prof. Warren Payton and Mr. Juno Albert Carson, and Mr. Carson. from son, Michigan, Wednesday, Litsej;. of Fordsvllle, were in town which place they will return with Monday. Misses Myrtle Walker, Lottie and some automobiles for tho Hartford Mattie Kuykendoll, of Centertown, Motor Co. Brookfield Crcamory Butter, none wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. John better made. Get it of CASEBIER Bell, from Saturday until Monday. The New Perfection Oil Stovs is the & TAYLOR. recognized king of all stoves, vhen It Mrs. W. J. Pursley and sonThomas comes to real cooking and saving Miss Boulah Mooro is doing ste- of Cadiz, arrived here Monday to fuel. Wo stand behind every, stoo nographic work for tho firm of spend several days with Mr. E. P. we sell. ACTON BROS. 4Gt2 Thomas and Mrs E. G. Schroater. Barnes & Smith. Miss Mary Render and little Miss Miss Ree Igleheart, of Equality, Bratcher Bllbro, grandson of Mr. has been the guest of Mrs. P. B. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, who has Martha Mary Smith, of Matanzas, Taylor this week. been attending school here, return- visited Miss Smith's father, Mr C. E. ed to his home at Nocreek, Saturday. Smith, and Mrs. Smith Monday and Tuesday and attended the commenceMiss Kathleen Tichenor, of Matan-za- s, We carry a complete line of Good- ment exercises. week with Miss is spending tho year Casings and tubes. Equip your Ernestine Ralph. Mr. Charlie Elder, who formerly car with the best, and reduce your resided at Caneyvllle, and Mr. Robert Kokomo casings 'and tubes always troubles to tho minimum. Stevens, who formerly resided at this ACTON BROS. on hand, ready for your service at 46t2 place, both of whom are now of AlACTON BROS. 4Ct2 Taylor & Morris sold a Chevrolet bany, Ala., were here Monday, attendroadster to Dr. P. T. Wllli. of Bea- ing Circuit Court. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Everly, of relatives in Hartford ver Dam, and an Overland touring visited News print paper is 15 cents per car to I. C. Orkles of McHonry. TuesSaturday and Sunday. pound and hardly to be had at that day. price. If you owe us on subscription, .This is the PAINTING Season, and Miss Edna Black, after having kindly take notice of the yellow tag plenty of RED SPOT PAINT. we have taught a term of school near Cal- nn ..n,,,. nonnr ntlil nhllfTA 11 S VlV tlim- ACTON BROS. 45t2 houn, has resumed her former posi- ing in tire small sum shown to be v Dr. and Mrs. C. Ross Bennett and tion as associate editor of the' Hart- due. I , . little son, of McIIenry, wero guests of ford Herald. . Mrs. w. H. EiDruten, 01 mayxieiu, relatives hero sunuay . Baptist ConINSURE your farm property and who is attending the will Mrs. T. B. Butler, of Shreve, vis other buildings in the old and relia- vention in Washington, D. C, Amanda "and Miss Bertha ble, Royal Fire Insurance Company. stop off here on her return home the ited Mrs. first of tho coming week, for a short CAL P. KEOWN, Phillips here, last week. visit with her sister, Mrs. O. T. Burns Agt. for Ohio County. 43t4 and Mr. Burns. Miss Ruth Tichenor, of Centertov.ii, Goebel Crowe, who has been in spent the week horo, attending the The "Blue Ribbon Stove has short Akron, Ohio, for several months, ar commencement exercises. rived here Friday, for a two weeks' flue, heats quickly and consumes but SMOKE, it DOES NOT Mrs. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, visit with his parents, Judge and Mrs. little oil; saves you money, oil and time. Let her son, Otto C. Martin, and C. M. Crowe. Visited us refer you to our .satisfied customfamily, here, last week-ent super- ers before you purchase. Mr. C. B. Howard, who is W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. 0. R. TInsley attended Federal intendent upon a plantation for 44t4 Court In Owensboro, the first of last Bond Bros., near Gates, Tenn., came Mr. L. B. Loney, of McHenry, who up Sunday and spent a few days with week in the capacity of Juror. c , his family and attended Court as a had a large cartilage romoved from by Dr. C. Ross Ben Mesdames R. R, Muffett and Effle witness In a case, the first of this one of his knees nett, some 5 weeks ago, was in Hart Whltehouse', of Magan, were the week. V Mr. Loney fcas alford yesterday. week-en- d guests of Rev. and Mrs. u. gravel most recovered normal use of the We expect a car of sand and E. Fuqua. on or about the 15th., and a car of limb, and Is fast improving. saddle and harness brick about the 24th, of May. Will The high-bre- d Miss Mary Marks has returned to Tenbrook owned by have special prices aboard car. Will stallion Maxie team at car her home here, from Calhoun, where Dr. L. B. Bean, will stand-a- t the Hart make no reserves; first Principal In ford Fair Grounds this season. This will be first served. Will also make she has been assistant the High School during tbu past, ten n town. fine young horse can pace a mile in delivered prices hero months. Miss Marks has uccepted a ELLIS ICE CO. 44tf 2 minutes and 12 seconds. -Ma-tanzd. 44"i-'HBuy Your Paints Now 0 t We have and the best line of Varnishes, Oils and other painters supplies to be found. Our stock of .Wall Paper has just arrived and is in style and up-to-da- a line of the best Paints te R. U. Riley, cashier of the zens' Bank, was In Narrows, Saturday. Citi- FOR SALE Used Ford touring TAYLOR & MORRIS, Car. Hartford, Ky. "We quality. See our line of Flash Lights, Toilet Articles, Cigars, Tobaccoes, Box Candies, Brushes and many other articles too numerous to mention. icines in addition to the most complete We carry a full line of Patent Med- corn. & ' have all kinds of good seed 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. and Mrs C. P. Turner, of Owensboro, wore In Hartford, Tuesday night. Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, was the guest of relatives here last week end." Mr. J. D. Duke, who has been seriously ill for some tirae,is very much Improved. Lawn Mowers that will mow, sold at the least margin of profit, by 46t2 ACTON BROS. , stock of Pharmaceuticals. We also have a complete line of Columbia Grafonolas and Records. See them before buying. Visit our store and get our prices. Ohio County DrugJCo. Incorporated ii Mr. and Mrs .0. D Cajson aro the parents of a new girl, born Wednesday evening. Miss Ruth Godsey, of Smaljhous. has been the guest of Miss Marlon Hill, this week. ensboro, Wednesday, where she will remain a week or ten days, for treatment. Doerlng" or Mo whilo the weather iJ Corralck Mower bad. Get your repairs of v W. E. ELLIS & BRO 4114 Mlsff ti Hartford, Kentucky. 11 1 111 n 1111 mini i Mr. John H. Glenn, of Hammond, Ind., arrived hero Sunday to visit relatives a few days, He went from here to Muhlenburg County to spend a few days during the week, but will return here this week end. Mr. Glenn received a very painful injury some tlmo ago in a fall, badly straining and rupturing llsainents In his right hand, which disabled him from work. like position In the local iilgn school. Mrs. Clarence Overhuls and llttlo son, Winston Bennett, of Cedar Edge,. Colo., arrived here Friday, to visit Mrs. Overhuls' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett and other relatives in the County. Mr Overhuls U expected to arrive here, in a few weeks. They will likely remain until late in, Elizabeth Moore went to Ow- V 1f REPAIR That old July. bmi4. v -- J1UVW cr's labor wns multipllcil by fivo hnlf a Century later antl he had about 2', 4 tons to .show for his day's work. DIRECTORY ford. Clerk A. 0. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C, Martin, Hartford. Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, I1KAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W Cooper. Marshal R. F, Stovcna. FOHD9VILLE. . I ! Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonet. March 11 days Clerk Olla Cobb. Coni'th. and Civil. ' mmlLmW PoJIco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR: Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days County Board of Education E. S, i Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNT!' COURT. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Meets first Monday In each month, Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. The Jack Bonn A Vegetable Gold DIv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo; County Att'y. A. D. Kir. disciples of Voodoo worship Clerk W. C. Blankenship. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunL B F mKhV H tLV wt V V 111' if In the American Tropics ascribe su Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. pernatural powers to the Jack bean. Superintendent E. S. Howard. WWIBWBWMBMMM-- t DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. These tribesmen plant a row of the Jailer Worth TIchenor. DIv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor seed around their rude gardens In the Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxloy. belief that the plant will punish treshave passers. This custom was doubtless Coroner E. P. Rodgors. DIv. No. 6 Nat LIndloy, Center-tow- n. brought by Negro slaves from Africn mellow- FISCAL COURT. where the very similar sword or fetich mildness and a flavor as County Board of Examiners: E. S: Meets first Tuesday in April and bean is thus worshiped. But the Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo MIdklff an refreshing as it is new. Bureau of riant Industry, U. S. De- October. partment of Agriculture, falls to sup 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sopt. 13th Camels quality and Camels expert port this weird belief concerning the Route 3. choice 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear 17th. bean. Nor do these scientists find blend of choice Turkish and er Dam. much else to recommend this plant Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. EXAMINATIONS ' stranger from the West Indies. Srd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. i Camels blend never tires your taste. And, The Jack bean, It appears from 4th District G. W. Howe, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14' abundant experiments, Is a prolific Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam plant. It is not unusual for the seeds 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. nor unpleasant cigaretty odorl In their pods of a Jack-bea- n May 21 and 22 County Teachers plant to outweigh its own herbage; 0th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). What Camels quality and expert blend can and the herbage, If cut green, fre- 7h District D. F. Rice. Fordsvlllo. May 2S and 29 County Teachers satisfaction you should find mean to quently crops at the rate of 16 to 20 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). tons per acre. This wonderful proout at oncel It will prove our say-s- o when ford, Route 5. Juno 18 and 19 County and State ductiveness makes tho bean a faTeachers' Examination at F6rdsville,. you compare Camels with any cigarette HARTFORD. gentry vorite of the (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. any the world who seek to Introduce a now and Juno 25 and 26 County and Clerk J. A. Howard. marvelous commercial plant. This Camea are eocf ererjwAtfre in scientifically seated package of 20 Examination at Hartford, Police Judge C. M. Crowo. or ten packages 200 cigarettes) in a glassme'paper-coTerea'Santttal popularity among unscrupulous pro(Colored). cut on. IVe strongly recommend thin carton for tha homo or offioo j Marshal E. P. Casebler. ermpply or when you travel moters accounts In part, at least, for Sept. 17 and IS County and Stato R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, the numerous aliases under which the ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. Wineton-SalcN. C Jack bean Is known. 'Pearson bean,' Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (Whlto). "wonder bean," "Wataka bean," "Go- Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stata tani bean," "South American coffeo Police Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, pounds of shelled corn as a bushel bean," etc.. are only a few of the Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). of corn. These weights are reliable, names in which the Jack bean has says the United States Department been rechrlstened. of Agriculture, when the ears or It has some value in the South as a Dairy Men Discover Value of Good had your chance and wouldn't come shelled corn contain only 15 per e crop, and there Is evid in. Organize a block of your own. cent of water. About Sire tho dence to show that it may be a good weight of ear corn as customarily silage crop when cut green. From Attala County, Miss., new We don't want you in ours." With the arrival of the excellent harvested in the Northern States is evidence of the popularity of the bull Cattle do not relish the Jack-bea- n 5iJWsrjNk 3 association among farmers with small Jersey bull, Oxford Mon Plaisir, 169-73- 8, water, while that harvested in the hay, nor do they make gains upon which had been secured for tho drier sections of the South contains the ground seed, which product they dairy herds has come to the attention PERSONAL HYGIENE of the Dairy Division, United States use of block members, tho farmers loss than 15 per cent of water. must be taught to eat. Unsolved in water for douche Department of Agriculture, through who had at first refused to Join the The bean is eaten by natives of peine catarrh, ulceration and ttopr inflam When To Ciiltlviite Corn. deMexico, but most experiments the announcement that a cooperative association were doubly anxious to raation.-- Recommended by Lydia E. m v'aTl The best answer to the question of scribe it as flat and coarse in flavor Pinlcham Med. Co. for ten year. bull association has been organized set in, but were again told that they A healing wonder for naial catarrh, have to organize a block of how frequently corn should be c'ul- -' j would in that community. The seed contains a large proporore throat and oro Dairying is almost a now venture tlieir own- - Thus It appears that the tivated, say specialists of the Unit- tion of a material known as urease, Hu eibioR&Miy cjeuiina ey e Economical. tad mkidil pmrcr. doubting ones, who are found in ed States Department of Agriculture, and used in medicines, but the de Qnaa. with many of the farmers in Attala Children Jtht P.llooTo3rt CccntW. Doloo. MimV Perhaps it is this very new- - er' community, had to pay the pen-ne- Is that it should be cultivated i.ften mand for this product is extremely A Safe Old Fashioned alty of hesitating. While they may enough to keep clown weeds and to limited. and the consequent lack of pre- - ' Remedy for Worms J' judico in favor of old methods of stl11 set into tho association and maintain constantly a loose soil After all, the scientists warn the Seventy-fiv- e year contin things that has made it so , Jy lts benefits by organizing a new mulch till the corn has attained Us prospective buyer of "wonder beans" uous ue is Jhe best comparatively easy to introduce this uIock they have lost a great deal of growth. To this end a greater num- to have a spe.-'meidentified, or else FREY'S VERMIFUGE ber of cultivations will be necessary confine tho first plantings to small modern method of improving dairy .time. can offer you. when rains at intervals of about a areas until the doubtful values of th? Keep a bottle always on cattle. Many of the dairymen in the J ilksa hand. It will help keep community have shown themselves to Don't Buy a HorM! Till You Know He week cause the surface soil to run cean are better established and u the littlo ones happy and together and crust. This crust must better markvt provided than seems Jj$ progressive, but one man especial- Is Sound. healthy. ly stands out as a leader in this re- - j The soundness of a horse Is one of be brokn and tho soil mulch ltstor- - to exist at present. 30c a bottle at your dniffcitt or general itore; or if your dealer spect. Wo will call him Green. He the first considerations of the buyer ed, or excessive run-o.and evapor Succeed when everything else fails. can't lupplyyou, tend hit name and 30c in atampa and we'll Depth Of Corn Cultivation is a good old southerner ho is said and should be of the breeder. If ation will soon rob the soli of its i in ucrrom prosirauoo ana lemale aend you a bottle promptly, Many comparative experiments of t '.vealcnesse- - they ate the supreme to have farmed for aome 10 years. the animal is not sufficiently sound to moisture. E.4S. rREY. Baliimwt. Hi remeay, m thousands have testified. Promptness in restoring the soil deep and shallow cultivation have When the agricultural extension withstand tho uso for which he is FOR KIDNY,UVERAND agents from tho Federal and State intended, the logical time to learn mulch after a rain is important. With been made, and on the whole the reSTOMACH TROUBLE double cultivators widened and by sults are In favor of shallow cultidepartments came into tho com- of this is before the purchase. n u ine sest medicine ever sold driving astride each alternate row, vation, say specialists of the U. S. j Selection must be based primarily munity to organize a bull association over a druggist's counter. Green was the man they called on on a thorough? systematic examina- the mulch Is restored in half the Department of Agriculture. The ocWILL first. They knew from experience tion; tho examination should be bas- time necessary to drive astride of ev- casions when deep cultivation Is preTAKE ferable are few. If excessive rains that he would be very likely to see ed on a clear knowledge of desirable ery row. have packed the soil and kept It the advantage of such an association and undesirable qualities. water soaked, deep cultivation will Not only the presence of unsoundto the community, and would be a Awkward Ways Waste Energy. strong faqtor in swinging into lino ness but also the condition or ser From buttoning shoes to washing help to dry and aerate It. Breaking other farmers in the neighborhood. iousness of the unsoundness should dishes, there is an easy and awkward the roots of the plants must be avoidA Traalratnl As was expected, Green at once saw be noted. way of doing all work, as everyone ed so far as possible. If roots are BaBa: 'am. for WEAK- Temporary unfitness should be dis- well knows. Now, along comes the broken the plants will rapidly prothe advantages that the proposition LUNGS or very next day ho tinguished from permanent unsound- scientist, who says his experiments duce other roots, but it will be at offered, and the started in on the preliminary work ness. show that aside from feeling and the expense of vitality and the food CONSUMPTION. A hurried examination is likely to looking more comfortable when you supply. After the plants have reachassociation of organizing a bull prove a disappointment. "block." do your work in the right way, you ed a height of 2 or 3 feet, the soil feeling, A quick relief (or that tired, ,even In the middlo of the rows should Observe blemishes, A few days later tho extension men vice, faulty also save considerable energy. coughr, paint la cheit. nleht iweats. bemor. heard over the telephone that a block conformation, unsoundness, and genihacei, weak lungi or consumption. II II decs one of several which lot bo cultivated deeper than 4 inches This fact is not help you It coat you oolbtaf. m was practically assured. Later, how- eral characteristics. recent experiments made by the Of- and usually a shallower cultivation Lock box Common blemishes are scars from fice of Home Economics of the United will prove better. A loose soil mulch ever. Green telephoned that some of OHIO MEDICAL CO, the prospective members were drop old wounds, poll evil, scratches, shoo States Department of Agriculture 2 or 3 inches in thickness should be ping out, as they had remembered a boils, and small ruptures. have disclosed. These experiments maintained. It retains soil moisCommon vices are halter pulling, have been made for the purpose of ture and facilitates the penetration Ajteh Clouds comes Snu8irmD. 'disastrous experience of some years After Despondency comes Jot.' kicking, before, when they had paid a high cribbing, stall walking, determining the energy requirements of rainfall. Arren Sickness comes Health. a worthless stallion. This weaving, and biting. price for Atteu Weakness comes STEENara of an individual in the various cirobjection was met, however, with Common faults of conformation aro cumstances of his daily life and for Start Tho Home Cannery. In the spring when you're "all Homo canning at its bet provides the assurance 'that the Federal and straight shoulders, crooked, weak, use in estimating the amounts and in" fagged out blood thin, if State agents were indorsing this pro- or improperly set legs, ewe neck, kinds of food required by him to meet a supply of every fruit and vegetable you will turn to Nature's remedy, that has been In season during tho a tonic made, from wild roots and ject and would .see that no one was long, weak back, and drooping croup. the needs of his body for energy. Common unsoundness aro splints, awlndled. barks, which has stood fifty years was found in the homely, every- summer for uso during tho winter. It as the best spring tonic you will Later on Green Informed the coun- thoroughpln, spavin, curb, extreme day task of that, when Rhubarb, asparagus, and dandelion . ty agent that a block of 40 cows bad fistula, ringbone, side bones, ex- a woman washed dishes on a table greens aro in season now. Enough find strength regained. No need and could be signed up treme atrophy of muscles, contracted so low that she was obliged to bend of each to serve once a week during to tell you it's Dr. Pierce's Golden been formed Medical Discovery, put up in tablet If the agent and specialist would tendons, and broken wind. over, her energy output was 30 calo the cold months will add vurtaty to or liquid form, and sold by every come out to the schoolhouso and I General characteristics the menus next winter. include rles per hour. When she washed druggist in tho land. After a hard Fcelricht all tho time Don't lay cl-froclear up certain doubtful points. This fleshing, temperament, quality, color, them on a table that was a little too winter shut up indoors, your blood work for days by taking calomel Infertile eggs will withstand marwas done, and G farmers signed up and age. tissue-buildneeds a temperance tonic, a high for comfort, it required 25 calo when pleasant keeps yo&? 43 cows, so that $430 was then availand blood-maksuch as this on your feet, whilorellovingyour troujb In final selection, look for tho ries per hour, while only 21 calorie keting conditions much better than "Medical Discoyery"of Dr. Pierce's. lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don buying a bull. good qualities and weigh them were used when the working surface fertile eggs. able for Memphis, Tean. "I can highly rec tako anything else, You can't aflora Others AVaut to Get In against the defects. was of tho right height. ommend Dr. Fierce 'a Golden Medical it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sys Things were moving along in such Deto tho United States Write It doesn't take long to saw oft the Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers), tern and relieves constipation. A nafc partment of Agriculture, Washing- legs of a tablo or to put blocks under sallow complexion, flatulence are Discovery to any one in need of a tonic. ural remedy, natural in Us actions, sure a promlslinnwaessueyP a promising manner that the farmers ton, D. C.i for a copy of Farmers' It which will make it the right height symptoms of a torpid liver. No ono I used to bo very frail and delicate in its cfTect and certain in results. It when I was young and whenever I would won't bo long before viiU who had refused to join decided that Bulletin 779, "How to Select a can feel well while the liver is inaccompletely displace calomel in ever) be a good thing to get into Sound Horse." It would Prlmltho s. Modern Hay Making tive. Herblne is a powerful liver become exceedingly tired and worn-ou- t I home.'. Children can take it freely an would tako a, bottle of Dr. Pierce's with perfect tho association after all, and requestA farmer's work in hay harvest in stimulant. A dose or two will causo Bafety. Every bottle guarGolden Medical Discovery. It never anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Non. membership in this block. A lluslicl of Corn. ed 1S50 resulted in stowing in the barn all bilious symptoms to disappear. once failed to put new lifo in me and crenuino without the Hkenimsi nnH tAtmoJ -The laws of most of the States about one-ha- lf "No sir," said Green, who had been ton per day of 10 Try It. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio restore me to perfect health." MBS. turoUL. K. Grhjsby. For sale by nnllMlln An .n nt. K block. "Vnil rA.nonl.A t t 1'vuuuq n9 cuio Ul uu hours. The efficiency of the farm- - County Drug Company. wm elected director of the ' ui .vvbu lv ai OATimilME gCIIAEDLE. It H, .WILLIAM. - EfcrtfOfA jlHRNBSK m .hdh Yes Sir-e- e! : ciga-HHpKHj- Hp This measures tho difference between CIHCUIT COUHT. primitive and Improved methods and Judge R. W. Slack, Owetiiboro. machinery. C. E. Smith, HartConi'th. Attorney Tlmlii'p Helps Poor Timber Is essentially a poor land crop. Steep slopes, poor soil, rock laud, unusual corners, gullied and wooded tracts all these afford op portunltles for growing timber profitably, say specialists of tho Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture A careful survey of tho average farm will reveal a surprising number of spots of this sort which can be utilized to advantage. If they do. not already have trees, planting them with tho proper varieties will materially increase tho value of the land. H-iiu- k We made this rette to meet A TfT your taste! T JT Hartford. I let Monday In ta''B CAMELS V WW "Hk. , 14-in- your in at price! Stato-Teacher- s' d FARM DEPARTMENT. J green-manur- EvcryWoman Wanisl one-thir- Mothers use frejft Vr-J- ss eriranme For the teat!-moni- al K en-doi- ng J ff Bitters cfrie ffcJ fISif GERMINAL REMEDY 7 YOU. OUR Hr V-VER-LAX FOR.ONE MONTH n USE LI For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation.. ox dlsh-washl- -- er er ax r1 Ct ' tt GETS RID OF HER Children Cry for Fi etcher's TROUBLES AT 75 the purpose. In fact, hominy of the finest flavor can bo mado from now corn thnt has Just ripened sufficiently so it can be shelled from tho cob. JHBIX'HIl VI IJUIIIIIH II1U tUUl 111 U I if1 tSTlTiTi Ibo in I "Tanlac Is Certainly a Fine Medicine For Elderly People," She Says Among tho many Kentucky pcoplo who have recontly testified to tho powers of Tanlac, .Is Mrs. Nannto Chappell, residing nt 3724 Old Third street, Louisville, who In relating her experience said: years of "I am now seventy-fiv- e age, but I doubt if thore aro many women thnt old who feel any better than I dp since taking Tanlac. Why, during all the years of my llfo I have never seen or heard of a medicine to equal It, for a fow bottles have relieved me of a case of rheumatism, nervousness and Indigestion that had years. troubled mo for twenty-thre- o Sometimes my lower limbs hurt mo bo had I couldn't wall: and nt times my nrms pained me so I couldn't raise my hands to comb my attacks I had several hair. every year and while they were on me I could neither get up or clown without help. Many a tlmo I got so nervous I would shake like a leaf and Just dreaded to see inlglit come, for It was impossible for me to sleep. My appetite left mo, too, and everything I nto disagreed with me. "Finally I got so bad off with this rheumatism that I couldn't stay on my feet any longer. While I was down In bed my son, who Is a passenger engineer on tho Louisville and Nashvlllo railroad, came to seo me and said, "Mother, you remember hoV I suffered so long with stomach trouble and could hardly eat at all, and lost weight and thought I would have to quit work. Well, you seo me now weighing two hundred and fifteen pounds, and in such a good condition that I can eat pork or anything else I want and my health Just perfect. Tanlac did this for mo and I'm going to get you a bottle. So ho did, and almost as soon as I began taking it I felt better. In a few days I had a good appetite and was able tp get out of bed, I have taken three bottles of Tanlac now and am feeling like a different person. Every sign of the rheumatism Is gone and I am not only able to sleep soundly every night hut I usually take a nap during the day. Tanlac is certainly a fine medicine for old people and I will gladly tell anyone personally Just what it has done for me." Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. D. Bean, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Drug Co., In Rockport by James Drowning, In Cromwell by Wallace & Porter and In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr. Advertisement. COSTS $1 FOR FISHING lye solution, as has been directed irt published recipes, tho Department of Agriculture recommends treating tho corn' in a cold solution made as Take C ounces of lye( also known as sodium hydroxide, or caustic soda) G quarts of corn, nnd G quarts of water. Dissolve tho lyo In tho water and stir in tho corn. Let stand for about 15 hours. Then wash thoroly to remove tho lye and the dissolved portions of tho kernels. Tho lyo can be removed moro readily by rubbing tho hominy In a cloth bag, or alternating tho rubbing and washing. When thoroughly washed, the hull and black tip are off and tho kernel has a clean appearance. As the lye solution Is not heated, it docs not penetrate tho kernel to any extent nnd Is practically all removed In the washing. This hominy, cooked in ono or two changes of water, Is quite free from tho lye taste. It moro hominy is made at ono time than Is wanted for ono cooking, tho rest can bo dried and kept for future use. To remove the slight discoloration by the tyo of the kernels caused treatment, soak the hominy overnight In water to which a few tablespoons of salt have been added. Pour this off, and cook the hominy in one or two changes of water, changing tho water as It reaches the boiling point and washing the hominy before putting on fresh water. After this washing, add a scant tablespoon of salt for each' quart of hominy, cover with water, and put on to boll. The hominy should be kept covered with water while cooking. Boll for three or four hours, or until It Is thorough-- . ly cooked. To avoid crushing the kernels, it should not be stirred while cooking. When properly cooked, each grain is soft and tender and retains its distinct form. The hominy increases in bulk three or four times ' In cooking. What Means Most To You Is What We Try Most To Give There is only one way to buy an implement economically. Buy it on the basis of its earning 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 eveiy time we sell a farm implement. That is why we buy from firms that take eveiy care to maintain their reputation for making only good implements. That is why we handle the following lines : John Deere Plow Company, Fairbanks, Morse & Co., De Laval Separator Co., Hercules Gas Engine and Buggy Co., Simmons Hardware Company, Owensboro Wagon Co., Malleable Monarch Range Co. They have, by selling QUALITY, forged ahead and have stood the test of time, while others making a cheaper grade (just as good) have failed and are forgotten. Your repair question is solved when you buy from us for you can always get repairs. Did you ever buy and off brand and later tiy to get repairs ? Use your best judgment and see us before you buy. Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per - sonta supervision since its infancy. flow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments thnt trifle with nnd endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. n0 tJJ&J&T&j- TuT VTV7 Just-as-go- od Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita age is ita guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature ALWAYS (ajfflctZz&M In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK C1NTAUH COMf ANV, WW VOWK CITY, J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS Beaver Dam, Ky. Cumberland Phone. P.. S. Farmers Phone. CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER DEDSIDE There is no better time than right NOW to buy that De Laval. Six Yean Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat Haw She Is a Well, Strong Wosaaa and Praises Cardm For Her Recovery. Royie City, Tex Mrs. Mary the better. That was six years axf and I am still hero and am a well, of this place. Bays; "After the strong woman, and I owe my life to birth of my llttlo girl... my eldo corn Cardul. I had only taken halt the menced to hurt me. I had to go hack bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. We called tho doctor. He The misery In my eldo got lessi.. I treated me... but I cot no bettor. I continued right on taking the Cardd got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken threo bottles and I voa unbearable...! was In bed (or did not need any more for I was well and never felt better In my life... I three months and Buttered such atony have never had any troublo from that that I was Just drawn up In a knot... day to this." I told my husband if he would get Do you suffer from headache, back me a bottlo of Cardul I would try It. . . ache, pains In B$des, or other discomI commenced taking It, however, that forts, each month 7 Or do you feol evening1 I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-outIf do, I knew I could not last give Cardul, tho woman's tonic, a me... for many days unless I bad a change for tttaL J. 71 KH-ma? Tor n Weal: Stomncli. As a general rule all you need to do Is to adopt a diet suited to youi age and occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when constipated, take one of Chamberlain's m Tablets. , BIG LAND SALE On May 27th, 1920 At 1:30 O'clock P.M. f There will be sold at Aberdeen, in Butler Co., Ky., about 1,400 acres of Coal, Timbered and .Farming Lands, known as the Aberdeen Coal Co. Land, and the Aberdeen Ferry at public auction to settle the estate of the late Mrs. N. J. Wilford. This land is located on Green River just below Morgan-towand is the land on which the Aberdeen Coal Mine was once operated. It is said that there are good prospects for oil upon it. There is a' good farm in operation upon this land with farm houses and out buildings. The Aberdeen Ferry is equipped with new ferry boat and will be sold including ferry house and a small piece of land on east bank of Green River separate from the main body of the land. n, The United States has 51 per cent of the railroads of the world. Barbed wre cuts ragged wounds, collar and harness galls heal up quickly when Ballard's Snow Liniment Is applied. It is both healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 60c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counm ty Drug Co. IiICEXSE IX MISSOURI CASTORIA For Infants and Children POINCARE CALLED PUPPET OF 'TIGER' 3Iiif.li Desired To Itcslgn, Writer In Purls lNiper Declares. bungled tho world'B problems, wroto letters almost daily to Clemonceau, Stophon PInchon, former Foreign Minister, and Andro Hardie'u, "but ho was unable to get his views accepted." At one time, tho Journalist says. Polncaro was on tho point of demanding Cleinonceau'a resignation, but tho "Tiger's" immense popularity as tho "father of victory" made him fear such a demand would be repudiated by tho French parliament and arouso nntlon-wld- o storm of protest. "Therefore" contlnuos tho Cri do Paris article, "tho president camo to tho conclusion that tho only thing loft to do was for hlmsolf to resign. He consulted M. Deschanol, who however, disuaded him with the argument that Polncare's resignation at that juncture would only encourage Germany and show a radical wooknesa among the allies. So Polncare to servo out his term. de-cid- Paris, May S. A moro figurehead as president of tho French republic, impotcntly raging against tho treaty, threatening to resign unless It were modified but calmly "put in hla placo" by tho unbending Tiger thus Raymond Polncare, predecessor as president of Franco, is' pictured today by a writer in tho Crl do Paris, who claims to have "Inside" knowledge to back up lis assertions. M. Poinsare, tho writer avers, considering that tho Versailles pact had Vor-alll- es l's The fishing season Is on, but It's going to cost the men folks one buck to angle for the finny tribe in Missouri this year. Women and chldren nro exempt from the feo, however, so If you nro day when two electric trains of tho married and short the "one-spot- " West Side line of tho Southern Pacific friend wife may do the fishing. Company collided head-oRemember, though, without a Railroad officials said disregard of a husband may only "bait the orders by tho crew of tho Portland-boun- d hook.' train led to tho dlsator. Do Y'our Best. How's This? 'Everyone should do all ho can to We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward provide for' his family and In order for any case of Catarrh that cannot be to do this ho must keep his physical cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hull's Catarrh Medicine has been taken system in the best condition possible by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-Av- e No one can reasonably hope to do years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's much when he Is half sick a good Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on aharo of tho time. If you are n tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the bilious or troubled with .infrom the Blood and healing the disdigestion got a package of Chambereased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh follow the plain Medicine for a short time you will see a lain's Tablets and great Improvement In your general printed directions, and you will sobu talcing Hall's Catarrh Medihealth. Start cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send bo feeling alright and able to do a for testimonial, free. in day's work. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. m HULER IX CENTRAL ARAIHA FORTY' RUITISII DEAD MURDERED Y" TRIBESMEN' FOUND IX Y'PRES CELLAR London, May 8 Ibn Rassld Emir Drusels, May 8 Tho bodies qf of Hall, one of tho principal rulers of forty British soldiers have been dis- Central Arabia, has been assassinatcovered in a cellar at Ypros in tho ed. The killing of tho Emir Is courso of tho clearance of the ruins. to have been the outcome of They had been overcome by gaB while a tribal affair and not of a political sleeping. Some had their heads still nature. Numerous members of his pillowed on their arms. family have been asasslnated for several generations past. The Emir was allied with the Turks dilrlng the war, S n. con-stlpatPol-so- Jefferson City, Mo., May In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of the Cto&tfM&A FAMILY ALL WELL? When Your Friends Ask That, Can Y'ou Always Say "Y'es?" For particulars, address DENNY P. SMITH, - Executor CADIZ, KENTUCKY. l'cpto-Mnngn- u Builds Red Blood Tho Unppy Family Is tho Ona Where d Everybody Hns Red-Bloode- Health. Children should not be pale and wan. Women should not bo tired, weak and blue. Young girls should not be sallow, listless and anemic. n Men should not feol and poorly. Poor health and lack of vitality are often merely tho result of Impoverished blood. Is for people Gude's Popto-Mangwhose bodies suffer from lack of proper blood nourishment. Pepto-Mangenriches the blood and increases the number of healthy rod, blood cells, which dro so necessary to carry tho proper nourishment, and strongth to every part of the body. It contains tho very properties that aro bo sorely needed to build up thin, watery blood. Physicians call it the Red Blood Builder. n For your convenience Is prepared in two forms, liquid and tablet. Both contain exactly the same modlclnal value. Insist on tho genuine To bo sure you aro buying tho genuine ask your druggist for "QudeV, and be sure tho'nnme "Qude's" Is on the packago. run-dowan Pepto-Man-gaPopto-Mangan. Popto-Mangan, Stop Your I jisi fyf Cough Before QlL It Starts!! ArWftti&l w ??. i j 'pas f$qB i YiLSn? llmrttMU SB an 48,000 Drugstores Sell It. Five million DCODle use it to KILL COLDS BILL'S CASCARA&PQUININ aiioMUfc Standard cold remedy for 20 years in udici lorm aic, sure, no oplatta Dream up a com in z noura rencvca grip in a ujyi. Monty back it It lain. The genuine oox nai a Kea sv top wnn rar. itui a picture. Sallow comploxion is due to a torpid liver. Herblno purifies and strengthens tho liver and bowels and restores tho rosy bloom of health to the cheek. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. In making lye hominy, or hulled corn, any variety of white or yellow dent or flint corn may bo used, preference being usually given to varieties having large or fairly largo kernels, as they aro easier to hull than Only d varieties.. the clean, sound ears Bhould bo used. Now corn .is better than old corn for small-kernolo- Coughs and Colds are dangerous this weather; they lead to Influenza and Pneumonia. Stop coughs, and colds, before they become deep-seate- d and serious. At the first sign of a sneeze, snuffle, or cough, take GOFF'S GOFPS $&? COUGH SYRUP , is harmless, pure, pleasant to take and quickly effective. Contains no Opium, Chloroform Morphine or other "Dope." Nothing but pure ex-tract of healing, soothing herbs. Brings quick relief, raises the phlegm, sootkes and heals the inflamed throat and lets you stop the painful coughing. Keep GOFFS in the house all the time. Nothing better for Croup and Whooping Cough, The children love it I GOFFS is guaranteed to lielp you. Every dealer is authorized to return your money without question if you say it did you no good. Wholtula Factory Afeacj for Ttii Territory 8 KILLED, 38 HURT IX TRAIN' WRECK iw x xi Parsons & Scoville Co. Ev&aiville, lad. GOFF'S COUCH SYKUP-M- aJo Get GOFFS From Your Grocer or Druggist At 30c uj 60c. BotU. Portland, Ore., May 9. Eight perworo sons were killed and thirty-eigInjured eight mllos south of horo tp- ht by S. B. Coff fi Son Co.. CamJtn. If. J. At All Drug Star Advt.- - NOT REALLY 'NEW5 MADE FINE Modem Comforts Well Known to the Ancients. Running Water In Houses, for In. stance, Was a Luxury Enjoyed by Doth the Raman and Early Egyptian Civilizations. Mntiy of the "modem Improvements" of civilization, whfeh po largely contribute to the comfort of living, nre by no moans so recent In origin ns wo nro disposed to Imagine. An eminent nrchcologlst bus recently dcclnrcd, for example, that Nero's paluco In Homo hnd three elevators. It Is true that those elevators must have been hoisting machines of very primitive pattern operated presumably by man power, with the help of rope and counter weight and It Is more than doubtful that they were ever used to carry human freight. Few palaces or other buildings In undent Rome were moro tliitu two stories In height, and passenger "lifts" were for that reason not needed. We ure accustomed to think of running wnter In houses as a modern luxury. Now York city did not have it until 1770, when n reservoir was constructed east of Broadway, Into which water was rnlsed by pumping It from wells dug for the. purpose. But that was a very primitive arrangement compared with the system of ancient Itome, by which water was brought from great distances In aqueducts that were marvels of engineering and that emptied through lead pipes Into thousands of tanks of hewn stone. Erected nt Intervals along the streets of I'ompell were pillars of masonry, up which ran lend pipes; and on top of each pillar was u tank, from which water was distributed by pipes to the houses. All dwellings, except those of the very poor, were thus supplied, and some had nearly n score of faucets, controlled by stopcocks thnt were much like those thnt are In use today. At many street corners there were fountains with stone basins, the edges of which even now show depressions worn by the hands of the people who leaned over to drink. Those fountains Mere fed by the city wnter, which was brought by an aqueduct from a distant place so elevated that the '"head" was very powerful. That kind of engineering was highly developed In those times. When Julius Cuesar first visited Alexandria In Egypt lie found there so complete an underground water supply system that the city seemed "hollow underneath." In the year 73 B. C, Julius Caesar organized the fire department of Itome. It had a force of COO men. At that time n primitive fire engine had already come Into use; It was n pair of pumps worked by a beam, and the two streams united In n common discharge pipe and passed out through a nozzle that could be turned In any direction. "Siphons" emergency fire extinguishers were commonly kept in houses. Frequent mention Is made of them In ancient literature, but we do not know what they were like. Youth's Companion. d TOWEL BEADS ODDLY STRUNG. (By I. D. Claire.) I missed Sim from Loulsvlllo for n .day or two between tho State Convention and the rncos. Guess ho wns pa'lng n brief visit to tho home-folk- s .wi.i'.,r.i.'.. ",m .V How Prisoners Used War Bread Doled Out to Them. Avenue by Which Captive Allies Knd Hoped to Escape Was Really a Perfect Piece of Work Even Germans Admired It. at Hartford. ed him where , If It's Underwear we have the line that's most economical for our Lafe's Tribute. As we reached a certain smooth Tond, along which travel dally many ammunition wagons, we met a mule skinner walking. He was going in the direction of a certain military graveyard, where are hurled Americans and French and Germans, Senegalese find Moroccans and Tunisians Christians and Mohammedans. Over the mule skinner's right arm hung a French wreath. Willi his left hand he was lending n sullen looking mule. As wo were nhout to pass 1dm our englno got out to crank up and died. W the mule skinner stopped to watcli and talk to us. Meantime an M. I strolled down. There Is certainly more tragedy than comedy in the cruel dlsnppolat-inen- t of unhappy prlsouors thwarted In n promising and almost successful effort to escape ; nevertheless, the gallant gnyety that has marked so mnny of the allied fighting men docs not full them wholly even In such circumstances. Lance Corporal Charles V. Baker, who recently recounted his prison experiences in the Metropolitan Magazine, wustes no pathos on himself or on his fellow sufferers when they failed to get safe away through their Ingenious tunnel, and can even Bee a funny side to the affair. Some of the other prisoners had begun the tunnel and had worked upon II daily for a month before they let him into tho secret, which flnnlly became known to several hundred of tho captives. It opened from the Inst hut at the end of the back row und was headed for tho only clump of bushes anywhere near the camp. Tho soil wns so sandy that It was Impossible to make a tunnel In the ordinary wny; a long time passed before the boys lilt on n plan. After our own packages had begun to come and we had white bread to eat, says the corporal, some genius had a happy thought of using the war bread for bricks. Tho war bread Is as tough and as hard ns rubber and of about the size and shape of n small stone block that you use for paving streets. We kept the bread buried until night. Then w;e piled It up In a kind of crnte, and when the sentries were out qf sight we rushed It over to the tunnel. It wns the most beautiful tunnel youever saw. The sides were built upTllke Lrlck walls, und the roof was n perfect arch. The sand thnt we took out was the same color as the sand of the camp, and as the ground wns nlmost always wet you couldn't tell the difference. We would take It out In smnll tinfuls and scatter It all over the" place, and with several thousand men walking round there wns no way of detecting It. Of course It was slow workmaklng the tunnel, for we had 'to accumulate war bread, and so to amuse ourselves we fixed It all up. We stuck pictures from newspapers on the wall, and we even ran a wire down from the cook housp and lighted It nil up with electricity. We took some of the lamps, e nnd when the guard wanted to they were we said they had got broken. A hundred nnd twenty yards had been built out of the hundred and fifty that the tunnel had to ,go when a miserable Frenchman, to curry favor with his captors, betrayed the secret. The other French prisoners concerned were wild with rage and slinme; and when the whole camp wns lined up for Investigation nnd punishment tho French officers stepped forward nnd begged "for tho honor of the French army" to be allowed to take not only their own share of punishment but that of all the othknow-wher- Met Jim Lyons Derby day and askho wa3 going. Jim said ho wasn't going; that ho had been where ho wns nnd was hilrrylng back away down South in Dixie. I heard Fluko was in Louisville for tho Derby, nnd looked everywhere for him but he wasn't there. In the old days I would have gone straight to Sullivan & Brock's, but they are not selling anything but soft drinks and sandwiches now. I felt sorry for myself Saturday afternoon. An avalnnch of humanity was sweeping out Fourth street for the Derby while I turned" in Walnut to Keith's for a show. Yes, I had two car fares and a season racing ticket in my pocket, but not a drop of sporting blood in my veins. When w,e country folks come to the city we have to learn what we know, all over again. I thought a wrestle meant to throw somebody down until I saw the big match at the armory Friday night, and discovered that a wrestle meant only to touch the other fellow's shoulder to the mat. "Loulsvlllo Isn't worth coming to anymore, remarked an Owonsboro friend to me Sunday. "Near beer enough," he was disappointment went on, "but I Just came from the Jefferson, formerly the Buckingham, where I went to see the Miracle Minstrels, and every mother's son of the troupe of nineteen was a male." Were you ever nabbed by a cop? If you have not had the experience you have missed a thrill. , In front of the Watterson hotel Saturday night, a big policeman laid his hand on my shoulder and said "Hold a minute." He looked serious, like he meant business, anil I held on a minute. He wa3 so darned slow- - about saying any thing further that I got nervous. But he finally relieved my apprehension by remarking that It had been a long time since we were school boys together, and then I recognized Tom Duff, Uncle Bob's boy, but he didn't look natural in uniform Tom makes a fine looking officer. - customers SAY MUNSING WEAR and you have struck the keynote to your Underwear needs. It takes in the whole family, men, women, boys and girls. Knitted garments also made of fine nainsook and dimities. The old adage that the best is the cheapest never was as true as it is today. Pay a little more and get double in value. Muslin Night Shirts, Night Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers, Camesoles, Envelope Chimese, Petticoats and a new Corset all in dependable qualities are at your service at this store. . SEEING IS BELIEVING Seeing the price without the merchandise is only an imaginary operation. Price, unless backed up with good merchandise is a rank deception. We are anx ious to show the price and the merchandise in com parison and leave the buying to you. May we have you in for a look? E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. TAYLOR TOWX. - LIVIA,. ROUTE 2. Several from here dttended court i' -:- -:' -i- -i- -:- i"i"H";"i"i"H"H' -i"H";";"i -i- .i..;..:..i.4......44. Jr at Hartford last week. Mr. Elmer Wilson made a business trip to Owensboro, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tllden Wlgglnton and children, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wlgglnton. 's Luclle and Evelyn Dodson, of Creek, spent Monday evening with Flora and Eula French. Mrs. Ella Mason made a trip to Hartford Sunday. She was accompanied' home by her husband, I. S. Mason. Mrs. Sam Midklft has returned to her home in Owensboro, after spending the past week with friends and relatives of this place. Misses Nell and Carrie Mae Wlgglnton, who have been spending the past two weeks with relatives, neqr Rumsey, returned to their homes Sun day. They were accompanied, home by tho former's sister and brother, Miss Jeanotte and Mr. Scoba Wlgglnton. Bar-nett- ers. "Where you goln' with that, Lafe?" ho asked, nodding at the wreath. "Well," replied Lafe, with a hitch at the' mule, "thero was a damn fool I used to bleep with, and ho got his two nights ago. He was a hell of a good fellow, and I bought this wreath to put on Ids cross." Maude Radford Warren in the Saturday livening I'ost. Aid to Transplanting. Transplanting (lowering and vegetable plants Is now greatly facilitated by the ue of paper flower pots which For use in the farm and garden these cups are perforated and the seedlings are grown in them In the nursery. When It comes time to put the delicate plants out In the open they are transferred bodily, pots and all, and placed In the ground. The transfer Is attended by no shock whatever, which Is rarely the cuse when the roots are disturbed during the operation as when removing them from the little pots of clay which nro generally used for this purpose. The perforations enable the rootlets to find their way beyond the limits of the put. and so the paper does not Interfere with their growth. miliar paper drinking cups. All Wanted a Change. I was sitting on the porch ono day Tending and much Interested In my book. Of u sudden I became uwure of the fact that the little boy down-tuir- s are nothing more or less than the fa- But of course, says Corpnrnl Baker, the British wouldn't have that, and tho British oflicers gave themselves up. It was a regular bowing nnd scraping, sort of proceeding. A few of the men were given five months In but most of them got off pretty easy, because tho German oflicers were so much amused. They thought they had taken away every conceivable tiling thnt could be used for tunnel building, but they never thought of tho wnr bread. German officers came from miles round to seo the tunnel. They wouldn't let us destroy It but kept It No Plate for "Slacker." as a curiosity. Even tho general of drlfters-iwho are n divfkou near by came In to see It. He said it was the finest piece of sap- given to offering apologies for "half-done- " work, nnd nil other representaping he had ever seen. Youth's Come element nre tives of the panion. so mnny discordant notes wherever one finds them, nnd If such people dePlcardy In History. the Idea Plainly was one of the old feudal lude themselves with and doing thnt will their code of thinking piovinces of France, and Its territory ways any easier, a glir.in-tl- c Is now comprised In the departments mnke life's disappointment Is In store for of Somnie, Olse, nnd Al-n- e. The name Is still unofficially them. The world Is Inrge nnd offers opporapplied to that part of France which tunities to the man or woman who borders on the Kngllsh channel and proves his or her worth, but for the contains the cities of Amiens, Beau-volabsolutely no use, nor Calais, Boulogne, Arrus, Sols-son- s slacker It has who, unthinkingly, nnd Laon. The fighting In the for the individual perhaps, Is prone to play a Mucker's beenMnrgely In present war has which was a portion of thnt part. part of undent Gaul Inhabited by the Complete Rout. Belgians, who were considered by the "Our forces have been routed, your Itonmns the bravest of the Gauls. The city of Amiens t.s noted for Its excellency, and are retreating in great cathedral, oue of the most magnificent disorder." "Have you lost control over them?" 111 Europe, founded In 1220. It Is 170 "Absolutely, nil highest. We can't feet lu length, with a transept 213 feet even get them to stop Jong enough across. to poison the wells us they beat it for Mr. Harlan Taylor went to Little Bend, Sunday. Mrs. Bettle WhltescarVer was the guest of Mrs. E. J. Moore, Sunday. Airs. Lize Kitchens spent Monday with Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Adams. Miss Jennie Lynn Moore visited Kittye Lee Brown Saturday night. Mrs. Leslie Davenport visited her mother, Mrs. E. J. Moore, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elliott, of Little Bend, Ky., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Benton visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Q. M. Benton, of Wysox, Sunday. Mrs. Bina Taylor, of Owensboro, is visiting her father, Mr. Wallace Brown, nnd 'other relatives at Roches- ter. , .Mrs. Llnnlo Whltescarver and children were guests of Mrs. Whites-carver- 's father, Mr. Brub Brown, Sunday. OUR SPRING AND SUMMER Merchandise Is Now Oo Display $ J- - , t Lnte-comer- s. n ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of W. A. Maddox and Jen-nl- o Maddox, both deceased, are hereby notified to present samo to me, proporly proven, on or before May tho 18th, 1920, orlhey will bo -- . Our purchases have been on a more liberal scale than ever before, and the'range of stylish goods is $ greater. We have spent much time in preparation, studying the outputs of mills, workshops and factories zealously in order to secure the best in every line for you. As a result of our labors, we are able to offer you literally the pick of the best, a splendid array of dependable merchandise, unequaled in values, superior in style just the things to supply your needs to your mnke-bellov- This April 21st, 1D20. U. S. CARSON, Admr. W. A. and Jonnlo Maddox. c f V s, I'lc-urd- y, Start Airplanes In Sheds. home." Owing to peculiar climatic and nat- had been drumming and singing voice for some time. I llMened. Ho snug. "Turn to the left, boys, turn to the left," over and over again until 1 wished ho would change it and blug something else, i:ldeutly the little boy two doors away wished the bunio thing, for lie called out, 'Tor goodness take, Danny, turn to tho clslit." Exchange. , . at the top of his ural conditions which prevail, the Japanese have udopted peculiar methods hi uvlutlou training. With great Ingenuity oilental uvlutors have built long, low ulrplaue sheds, nnd from one of these he rushes out and mounts (he air. He has learned from bitter experience that to start the machine In the open is to be eu eloped lu clouds of dust, which effectively clog and stop all working parts. So he gains momentum In his shed, nnd with the first thunder of the engine lu the open lie has sturted to climb." Little Men and Big Jobs. Among the chlcfest enemies of man kind Is tho Individual who seizes a Job for which ho Is too little. If ho is a tailor, ids coats mnko other human beings fear tho light of day, If ho builds buildings they tumble down nnd manglo those who, occupy them. If ho is tin oculist he puts out his patients' eyes, or if a surgeon ho is prone to cut off tho wrong leg. In all of life's situations tho little man in the big Job causes misery, but most of all ho meets disaster when ho meddles with tho of nations, Detroit Free. Press, uf-(ai- rs NOTICE The Ohio County Fiscal Court will receive bids on Wednesday June 2nd., 1920, for the grading to be done on the Hartford & Owensboro State Aid Road, said grading to bo done from Beda to the foot of tho Hoover Hill, and from John Hoagland's house to Buford, plans and specifications for said work will be on file with tho Department of Public Roads at Frankfort, Ky., the Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids, it it so desires. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT, By W. C, BLANKENSHIP, Clerk. Notice is further given that It Is desired to construct this road on from Buford to Pleasant Ridge making in all about seven miles and in addition thereto all the bridges and culverts of concrete from Hartford to Pleasant Ridge, tho pans and specifications of which have not yet been fully made but aro being made. Bids upon the work ready for construction will thoroforo bo considered in connection with the competency of the bidder to do all the work of construction above noted in tho event a contract therefor cSn.be -- K jA entire satisfaction. We yant you to see our splendid lines, as we lay them before you as examples of our ability to serve you efficiently, which is our highest aim. WE EXTEND TO ALL A CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT OUR STORE. Carson (& Co.!! ? HartfordfKentucky. r " WWttWWtWWWWf f y mtOmmmt' 4nl'"ll!-u-t"l- r'