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The Hartford republican: June 4, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920060401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 4, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXII. PEOPLE CAN'T VOTE ON Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ratlfl-catio- n Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER PRISONER'S ACCEPTS HONOR FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1920. 49 instructions "to report it after MAN IS JAILED ON of a peaco treaty with tho CHARGE OF INCEST Central Powers." put tho Democrats on In ordor to FEDERAL AMENDMENTS record Senator Brandegco, Republl. Daughter And Son Mnko Adldnvll On Which Warrant Issues can, Connecticut, moved to nmond the For Father rosolutlon so ns to authorize a man UpTo Legislatures Alone, date. Tho motion got tho support of 12 Senators, all of them Democrats. John SMtcs, of Herbert, was arrest, Is Supreme Court's Tho voto against it was 02. ed and placed in Jail Monday, upon a Ruling. Senators Rood, Missouri; Shields, warrant cha.'glng him with lnojst. Tennessee; Thomas, Colorado, and The warrant was Issued by Squire B Williams, Mississippi, Democrats, voted with tho solid Republican lineup" against tho motion.. The Senate also voted down, 41 to 34, an amendment by Sonator Hitchcock, Democrat, Nebraska, to nuthor-lz- o crontlon of an International commission to supervise Armonlan economic rehabilitation. ROAD demand and other conditions may DEBS IN bring about Officials of the Grain Corporation said tho corporation had operated nt GARB Transportation Of Puplli Goes Willi a slight profit, but that tho exact figApproval Three Districts ures would not be known until tho corporation-haAro Affected. wound up It affairs. d SCHOOLS TO VOTE ON CONSOLIDATION - - Washington, Juno 1. Tho Supremo Court In an unanimous opinion today hold that fedora I constitutional nine nd meats can not bo submitted to popular voto (or ratification by Btatos having roforondum provisions In their constitutional Tho method of ratifying amendments, tho court hold, Is a national power specifically granted by tho federal constitution, and "tho states havo no authority to provldo otherwise. In so holding tho court dcclarod Inopcr-atlv- o provisions of tho Ohio stnto constitution authorizing submission of federal amendments to n referendum for ratification, and overturned state Supremo Court decrees dismissing injunction proceedings brought by Gcorgo S. Hake, Cincinnati attorney in a taxpayers' suit to enjoin submission of tho prohibition and woman'?, suffrago amendments to a referendum voto. Next to tho coses Involving tho validity of the prohibition amendment and tho enforcement, tho Ohio retort endum cases wero considered tho most important before tho Supremo Court. Hod tho court ruled othcr--wls- o tho decision would havo most likely resulted, according to curt officials, In tho reopening of tho suffrago question In approximately a dozen states and tho filing of petitions for a referendum vote. With thlrtr-flv- e states, one less than tho constihaving alrea tutional three-fourth- s, dy ratified the suffrago amendment, an opposlto decision would unquestionably have banished all uope3 of -- ratification prior to tho November elections. The decision, however, does not affect tho pending prohibition cases, as nono involved that question except indirectly. In view of the fact that fortystates al-flve of the forty-eigready havo ratified tho liquor amendment, attorneys In recently arguing Hhoso cases before tho Supreme Court conceded that even It the court held that the prohlblton amendment could "be submitted to tho voters, enough ht CONSTRUCTION niDS ARE REJECTED states without referendum provisions In their constitutions would remain to provide tho required three-fourt- Tho bids received by tho Flscnl Court last Frjjlay, for tho construcroad, tion of 2.G miles of State-ai-d adjacent to and beyond Beda, were all rejected, due to the fact that thoy were thought to bo excessive. Only three bids wero received, ranging in MEMORIAL SERVICES $34,000 sums from approximately, TO nE HELD SUNDAY to $50,000. Tho Improvement is to bo made by forces under direction of Tho Womnns Benefit Association, tho court nnd by such supervision ns Review No. 42, of the Maccabees, astho Stato may furnish. sisted by Hartford Tent No. 99, K. O. T. M., will conduct memorial services for. their deceased members, COUNTY COURT IN Sunday, Juno the 6th, at the SPECIAL SESSION odist church, at 3 o'clock p..m. MethFollowing is tho program that has Quito n Number Given Finos On been arranged: Minor Charsc Opening song Quartette. Prayer Judge W. H. Barnes. County Court was In special session Scripture Rending Rev. E W Monday, transacting a good day'a Smith. ' work. Owen Wade, Irvln Farmer. Vocal Solo Mrs. C. E. Smith. Robert Burdett, Hubert Ralph, MarSermon Rev. E. W. Smith. vin Ralph, Claud Evans, Russell Mat- Closing Ode Lady Maccabees. tlngly and Lawrence Edgd, all young Decoration of graves at Oakwood. men of the Magan country, wero Song God Bo With You Till We tried on the charge of disturbing pub- Meet Again. ' lic worship, and with tho exception of tho first three named, who were X, J30ING TO EUROPE." nil were fined in tho sum of $20.00 each, with the cost. An application for a passport to Alva and Claud Evans, who were visit France, Belgium, Great Britain, in Court under a grand larceny Switzerland, Italy and Luxumbourg charge, (theft of money) were dis was filed with Federal Court Comcharged after a hearing by the Court. missioner Charles Wlard, today, by Ttto chargo of assault, under which David E. Fogle, of Casey County. Fo-g- le Ellis and Drucllla Bush were before will sail from New York Juno 19. the Court was reduced ilo that of (Frankfort dispatch in Sunday's broach of the peace, when each plead- Louisville Herald.) ed guilty and wore fined $5.00. Tho gentleman above referred to Is Prof. Fogle, of Georgetown ColFISCAL COURT IN lege, and Is a brother of our fellow ONE DAY SESSION townsman, Judge J. E. Fogle. F. Rico, of Fordsvlllo. When the defendant was brought before Squire Rica he waived his examining trial and upon failure to execute bond, which tho Court fixed at $750.00, ho was remanded to Jail, to await action of tho Grand Jury. The affidavit upon tho strength of which warrant Issued was inodo by tho daughter of the defendant, Pearl Stltos, who is under Ihe ago of 16 yoar, onp of her brothers also sign ed the affidavit) charging hor father with tho crime. Stites is said to bo an Industrious man, intelligent and to possess considerable proporty, owning perhaps 200 acres of very good farm land. - hs. Tho court's opinion, hpwover, puts an end to any controversy as to whether Ohio has ratified both amendments and puts Ohio definitely 'In tho list of states approving each of the amendments. Power to ratify a federal amendment, according to tho court's opinion, which was rendered by Associated Justice Day, is derived from the federal constitution and a state has no authority to designate tho means of ratification. The language of tho constitution, tho opinion said, is plainly relatlvo to ratification and "'admits of no doubt in Its interpre i mm WILSON "SENATE DEFEATS FOR ARMENIA MANDATE tation." Justice Day said that , by requiring ratification to bo by tho 'legislature,' tho framers of the constitution moan the recognized legislative body In nch state. Ho characterized as "fallacious" arguments tb'at It was tho intent that ratification should bo by tho "legislative action of the states through tho medium prpvlded at tho tlmo of the proposed approval of art amendment." Ratification of an amendment, the court held, Is not a legislative act and any other construction might result In ondless confusion. The Ohio County Fiscal Court was passing upon claims and attending to various oth-- f er matters pertaining to highways, etc. County Judge Mack Cook was presiding with tho following Justices present: B. C. Rhoads, B. F. Rice, W. S. Dean, W. C. Daugherty, Q. B. Drown. George W. Rowe, and Ed Shown, with W. C. Blenkenship doing tho clerical work. County Attorney A. D. Kirk was also present. k, The Court appointed Rowan S. T. Barnett and F. M. Hoover as commissioners to have charge of tho preliminaries and arrangements with, reference to beginning tho construction of the Hartford-OwonsboState Aid road. Work will commence upon that road at an early date. Saulre Sam L. Stevens who has boon 111 for a considerable time, was not ablo to attend tho session. In session Wednesday, Hol-brooro LOUISVILLE MARKETS Cattle Everything except canners and cutters rather slow and draggy. Quotations:' Prime heavy steers $12 12.50; heavy shipping steer. $11012; medium steers $10 11; light steers $9010; tat heifers $8 12.50; fat cows $7.60010.50; medium cows $6.50S7.50; cutters $5.50 6.50; canners $4.7505; bulls $7 9; feeders $9 10.50; stockers $7 9.75; choice milch cows $90 115; medium $65 090; common $45 0 65 Calves Market active at steady prices. Choice veals $12.50013: medium $7.50010; common $5.50 Hogs Prices steady to25c lower; decline on medium and light hogs. Best hogs 225 pounds up $13.75; 105 to 225 pounds $14.25; 120 to 165 pounds $13.25; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $10.50; 90 pounds down $9; throwouts $10.25 down. Sheep and Lambs active with early sales of lambs steady at $1$ down; lato trade weakened and bulk of lambs at $17.50017.75; seconds $14; culls $10 012. Best fat sheep $808.25; bucks $6 down; medium and cull shqep slow sale at considerably lower prices. PRODUCE Local produce dealers quote buying prices as follows, net to shipper, tho shipper pnying freight and dray-ag- e 07. m TWO COUPLES MARRY AT THE COURT HOUSE Miss Pearl Paxton and Mr. Bpyd Baugh, popular young people of Ben ver Dam, and Miss Martha Sailing and Mr. Russol Jones, young people In high esteem, qf Echols, wero married at tho Court House, Saturday, Judge Mock Cock performing tho ceremony , n - BARBERS ON STRIKE Washington, June 1 By an overwhelming vote tho Sonato late today parsed and sent to tho Hduso tbe ' rosolutlon declining to grant President Wilson's roquost that Congress authorize a mandate ovor Arnienla. ho vote was 52 to 23, New York, Juno 1, Ninety minutes for dinner was one of the demands of the Brooklyn and Queons Borough barbers, who laid aside their rnzors and shears when the boss barbers refused today to accede to the By a voto of 43 to 34 tho Senate omployes' ukase. John Tartmello, organizer of the previously rejected a plan fo Democratic leaders to delay congressional Independent Journeymen Barbers' action on the proposeod Armenian Union of Brooklyn, asserted tonight mandate until after a peace settle that 1.000 Journeymen knights ot ment had been effected with the Cen- the razor had walked out. Among the demands ot tho strik.' tral Powers. vote, was on a motion by Sen- ing barbers wore $35 a. week and n Tho split with their employers of 0 ator Hitchcock, Democrat, Nebraska. the, resolution denying! all they earn for tho shops over $45 to recommit wun a week.- i authorization, or the manaaio, charges: Candled 34 037c dozen. BUTTER Country 30032c lb. CREAMERY TUBS 55c. POULTRY Hens 27 029c lb; spring Chickens (broilers) 60070c lb,; old roosters 14017c lb.; ducks 22 025c lb.; turkeys 35c lb,; geeso 15016c lb.; guineas 35c apiece. Tobacco: Burloy prices ranged from $2.00 to $31.00, with only a small amount going above $20.00. Tho extrome range on dark stocks was from $5.00 to $21.50 with small pqreontage .bringing near tbe top figures quoted. Wheat; $2.70 to 2,75. Corn: $1.92 to $2,10, EGGS -- f 50-5- Washington, June 1. Provisions of the war revenuo act requiring the President and all federal Judges to pay. an Income tax on their salaries wore declared unconstitutional today REALESTATE SOLD AT RECORD PRICE by the Supreme Court in a 7 to 2 decision. Under the act tho President paid Mr. John A, Duko sold his property, known as the McHenry property, on his salary of $75,000 a year, apconsisting of near 40 acres, in and proximately $16,000 in f.aes. Revadjacent to town for the record price enues alrea'dy collected under the. brought out stronger the appeal of. class; that It emphasized the need oC of approximately $300.00, per acre, Court's decision are to be refunded by Industrial organization. the treasury.' or $12,400. The Wakefield Davis "I have never been afraid of belGj? The Supreme Court's decision was Realty Company, of Shelbyville, beln? on appeals by Federal District Judga too radical," Debs told his audience, the purchaser. t have "of not belns radical The nurrhaslrg concern plans to Walter Evans, of Louisville, Ky from "but lower court decrees dismissing a sulr enough," Ho urged that membenv subdivide the land into lots, and con brought by him to recover taxes in- of tho party express their views 'withduct a sale at an early date. voluntarily paid. He contended that out fear ot consequences.' m In another part of his speech he MARRIAGE LICENSES the Federal constitution prohibited judges' "salaries being diminished declared his sympathy for the Russian revolution, which he termed "the Joe Blaine, Harrlsburg, 111., to Hat-ti- e during continuance in office." Reynolds, McHenry. Justice Van de Venter, who ren- greatest" achievement of all times," Boyd Baugh, Beaver Dam, to Pearl dered the majority opinion, held that and continued, "I regret that the con- Paxton, Beaver Dam. the section of the revenue act violat- ventlon did not avow allegiance to the Jones, Echols, to Martha ed constitutional provisions prohibit- Third Internationale without any 'Russell SalllngSEchols. ing the diminution of such salaries. qualification whatever." After the notification a brief conClarence. MUllgan, Nelson, to Liz-zl- o Sdch a tax, he argued, could be gradMoore, Nelson. ually Increased until the entire salary ference between, the nominee and Harlson Maddox, Martwlck, to was taken. The majority opinion members ot his party was held. A Debs rally will be held here SunDuma Turner, Echols. held, however, that a federal judge Harry H. McKenney, Bowling was not exempt from tax on his pri day afternoon, at which It is planned for some of the members' of the com Green, to Altha E. Williams, Beavor vate Income or on his property. Dam. Justice Holmes rendered a dissent- mittee to make addresses. , Ethol Maiden, Whlto Run, to Alma ing opinion in which Justice Brandels Ferguson, White Run. concurred. SINGING CONVENTION Oval Cooper, Echols, to Edith Chll-der- s, He declared that no reason existed AT CENTRAL GROVE why Federal Judges should bo exempt Echols. from the Income tax. The Singing Convention composed NOTICE. of the Southern portion ot the Counand Sir MRS. C. O. HUNTER The Lady Maccabees ty, met with Central Grove, last SunKnights are requested to meet at the TO ENTERTAIN TODAY day, In one of tho most successful Masonic Hall, Hartford, June 6th,' meetings held by the district. The 1920, at 2 P. M. In honor of her guest, Mrs. W, C, convention was called to order and Overhults, of Cedar Edge, Colo., Mrs. after Invocation several talks wero FEDERAL CONTROL C. O. Hunter will entertain at her mado, when each choir present renOF WHEAT ENDS home on Union Street, this afternoon dered two songs, after which tho In addition to the Ladies' Social Club Washington, Juno 1 Federal con the following guests will be present; Convention recessed. In tho afternoon the choirs wero trol pf wheat aud wheat products end Mesdames. M H, Murphree, Owens-bor- o; called together fpr the election of oN ed today, the Wheat Director ceasing C. R. Bennett, McHenry; E. G In the election to function under the limitation of Schroader, John Llndley, Cltyj Misses ficers, which resulted ot J. F. Duke, as chairman and L.,B ILc law creating his office and the Mary Murks and Irene Glenn, tho latLoney, secretary. Rev. M. G. Snell Food Admlnlstrtlon control ending by ter ot Calhoun. after addressed tho Convention, proclamation of President Wilson. Progressive rook and other games which, as a special feature, several, This means tho passing of the Gov- will bo enjoyed by those present. male quartetts entertained the gathernment guarantee ot $2.20 a bushel ering, nnd tho choirs rendered four RICH IMMIGRANTS COMING for wheat established during tho wir songs each. as means ot stimulating produc'Ion. Thp following choirs wero present: Contrary to expectations there are Some existing contracts remain to bo Central Grove, Williams Mines, Midarrled out by the UnltoJ States Grain inoro immigrants coming to this coun- way, Independence, Oak Grove, LibCorpbration which h3 boa.? the in- try than leaving it. During ono week erty, Mt. Hermon and Central and strumentality- of the Government In the arrivals numbered 13,000 while Juveniles. Strang- Oak Grove handling wheat. As scan ai these the departures wero but 400.. William's Mines was selected a.? contracts havo been executed tho cor- est ot all, some immigrants, especialplace of meeting and tho poration will wind m its affairs and ly from South America, are bringing tho next the date. fifth Sunday In August-aturn over Its finances to the'Trensury with them large rolls of money. money Dopartment When asked to doposlt their v NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Licensing of dealers In wheat und for safe keeping ono couple handed wheat products has been tu the hands ovoc $114,000 and much fine Jewel On and after July 1st., wo ale goof tlw'Wlu-a- t Director and (be Food ry. A Spanish woman had nothing automatic- smaller than a $11,000 check. Ono ing to place our business strictly iir Administration, and this ally ended today. Denier, excert family laid down so. much money that on a cash basis.' When you have those .having contracts at fixed fig- tho officials did not have tlmo to work dono, be prepared to pay .cash. . ures, are now free to buy und sell at count It; It was estimated at $300,- - Don't ask us for credit, GILLESPIE BROS." suoh1 prices aa the. law. of supply aud 000.. i 49tf. ' s Graham, Oak Grovo and Cromwell common school districts' will vote on a proposition of consolidation, June tho 26th. Should the proposition be approved it will carry with It a clause that provides for the transportation of those pupils residing most dis tant from the school building, those not wlthlri a convenient distance. Should tho three districts vote for the proposition a splendid school should be the result. A largo number of pupils would be within th-- i consolidated district, upon which public money would be drawn. Tho school could, and wouldbe so organized that it would virtually amount to a graded school. Much better rr, suits to the pupils is always notlcable when one teacher Is not forced to cover or handle all of tho various branches and grades necessary to be taught in our common schools. As a general' 'proposition, no teacher, who is especially strong in the primary department, is as good higher up In tho' grades, and the samo rule when reversed. There Is no calling or profession in life whore one may meet with notable success, except he or she be In love with their work, and, it Is lnconceivableihnt any man or woman could like equally well the first, fifth, eighth or higher grade work. If general conditions governing th'j proposed consolidation of these three districts appear practicable, the people affected have an opportunity to secure for themselves a common school that ought to prove to be as good as the best In tho country, and their actions and the results of same will be watched with Interest by the remainder of the County. SINN FEINERS MAKE COUPS OF AUDACITY London, Juno 1 Coups of amazing audacity and remarkable success were carried out In various parts of County Cork today by Sinn Felners. Fifty undisguised men affected a bloodless capture of an armed guard of twenty-fiv- e English soldiers protecting tho lawyers' headquarters at New Market, In the northwestern part of tho county, shortly after the courthouse of trio town .had been leveled by Incendiary flames. The raiders surprised tho array sentry at the door, who promptly obeyed their "hands up" order. They relieved him of his rifle and ammunition and then swarmed Into the guard room, where they covered tho more than two dozen soldiers with revolvers, searched the building thoroughly, held up civilian officials, took a Lewis gun and a machine gun and put both in position for use. Ammunition and tho whole equipment of the guard then were taken and removed In automobiles, which wero "commandeered." Tho raiders' parting order to the soldiers was "keep still for ten minutes or you'll be shot, the whole gang ofyou." Socialist Nominee In Atlanta Prison Delivers Speech f Atlanta" Go., May 29. Eugene V. Debs accepted today the Socialist nomination fdr President of tho United States, formally tendered him by a committee from his party. Tho ceremony took place lnsldo tho Atlanta federal penitentiary, whero Dobs la ten-yeserving term on conviction of violating tho espionage act, and tho nominee was clad In tho bluo aenim garb of a prisoner. For onco, however, prison rules were somewhat relaxed; speeches wero made, moving picture men cranked their machines, and a half dozen nowspnper men Jotted down notes on what was said. There were some fifteen persons present at the meeting, which was in a spacious room on the ground floor, only the barred windows that broko the view of a beautiful lawn giving a prison background. ar EVANS' INCOME TAX SUIT WON Supremo Court Rules Salaries Federal Judges And President E.vumpt. Of Stedmnn Heads Committee., The five members of the notification committee, headed by Seymour Stedman, of Chicago, Socialist candidate for Vice President; half a dozen newspaper and camera men, and Joseph Caldwell, of Rhode Island, a member of the communist party, who is serving a term at the penitentiary, made up the party, in addition to guards. Under prison rules Debs could not issue a statement, but he made a brief speech, in which he thanked tho party for the honor again conferred upon him and expressed his regret that be could do so little personally in the campaign. The Socialist platform adopted recently In New York, De.b3 said, "states the essential principles of Socialism," but he added that he wished It ."could have been couched In a form to make an appeal more ef fective to the working classes; that It collectively bargain that Is, Jointly agree to market their produce as they choose. BY G. 0. P. S0L0NS At tho snnio time fraudulent and other profiteering was gotten after by tho committees on ngriuukuio and to the Stop Much Discrimination reported devices House and Senate. for adding to the Various Against And Hit At wrappings of bacon and ham fold to tho farmers njntl other consumers Profiteers wero dono away with and a net weight was fixed upon tho meat itself. This now menns a full weight for such Washington, May. 31 Hepeal of food tp tho consumer. Slack packtho daylight savings law Is not Mm ages, which were allowed to contain least of the benefits conferred upon hut d in food contents and the farmers of tho country hy the the remainder of the space to go Republican Congress which Is about empty, were stopped by law. Spices, to rocess'for tho summer. . potato chips, and similar products It Is tnie that tho law shifted an wero put up in this way. Thus a bo unnatural burden which President holding eight ounces of this slut' was Wilson had Insisted Hhould be perma- permitted to hold only two ounces. nently Imposed upon those who till Then, too, many profiteer manufac the soil and Insisted upon it by dis- turers had a gentle habit of putting criminating In favor of the cities. By on tho mnrket liquid products for the demanding that tho clocks be set back table, such' as oils and extracts, In -an hour In time of ponce in order to concave bottles. On tho shelf in the assist the manufacturer and store grocery they seemed of goodly sizo proprietor ho defied the rights of the and the price did not appear so high. . . S .. . country dweller. Ho vetoed the reso- But upon closer examination it was lution for the repeal of the law enact- seen that tho bottlo was so shaped as 'O ed for the war and the Republicans to give little room for contents. fi wuhl passed It over his veto. The result This practice led to much unfair ClBJ Is that the farmer today regulates his competition. The honest producer hours by standard time and does not was confronted with a method of get have to do nil of his work in the ex ting business practiced by the profi treme heat of tho day, or arise in teer. Tho perpetrators wero haled nu miner when It Is yet dark. before the House Committee on AgriBut other measures have commend- culture nnd shown up. Candy manuin figuring ed themselves to the remembrance of facturers wore hardest hit- - Boxes the farming communities of tho wero shown to be arranged with false ing expenditures. Northern and border sections of tho bottoms and tlien'the entire weight country. Immediately upon attain- of the candy placed on the outside in have ustfd to ing power, n year and more ago, the such small figures that the purchasso everybody else. Republicans completely eradicated er would not see ho was getting a the domination of tho Southern half pound Instead of the pound he .because1 a man has a of ! This Democracy and tho caucus rule by appeared to bo getting. The testiwhich the South hod during the war mony indicated that the practice had people will spend moderate - price car is no been enabled to discriminate in fa- been allowed to grow up during the vor of cotton and ngalnst wheat by war period and that no attempt had on reason why he should I6avlng the former to go as high as been made to stop it. The Republii out of his tires. alone. it could and Imposing a. limit upon cans stepped in and ended the practho price of the Northern staple. Con- tice by stringent legislation. believe the man gress took away tho power to discriIn tho first year of their assumpone of bigminate In favor of tho South through tion of power the Republicans also with the small car is the richest war contracts and the placed upon the statute books the on to largest camps and plnnts. It restor-- . authority to get after profiteers under tire service Select your tires ac bills. ed an equitable distribution of means which the clothing manufacturers cording to the roads as with the big car of agricultural development. they have to travel: have been attacked for excessive and Hoover had said that exorbitant prices. In sandy or hilly counHerbert They .sought to and both are to try, wherever the gcing vhoat would go up to seven dollars make it possiblo for the farmer to Is apt to be heavy The a bushel If no iestrictions were plac- work out his salvation in the easiest can get. ,U. S. Nobby. when ed upon its natural market condition. way possible. They found that the 'For ordinary country The farmers wero somewhat expect- cold storage warehouses of the counroads The U. S. Chain you why we drop in to or Usco. ant. But the cotton growers said try were burdened with supplies and For front wheels The , was too much for his bread ma- in many Instances filled to capacity. that for commutrip, U. S. Tires in U. S. Plain. terial. So they got their representa- There was no agency for forcing this For best results one or more of you nity. tives to reduce it from the ?2.S0. food on the market, and as a result everywhere U. S. which It was then demanding per there was little difficulty In maintainRoyal Cords. tell us of more bushel, down to $2.20 per bushel. The ing prices, provided the huge stock United States Grain Corporation kept could be withheld from regular chanvalue business. Sooner are comit there until it was permitted to go to nels, consequently, a law was enacted $2.2G. But cotton, having no such providing that any article of food or to you ing to us every day for U. S. restriction, went right on soaring. placed In cold storage should have in The result was vastly higher clothing marked upon it the fact that it is Tires. cost to the Northern farmer. When cold storage food, the date when put tho Republicans took control of Con- in and when taken out of cold storis IV gress thoy raised the wheat price to age, and tho names and location of $2.40 per bushel and left cotton to all warehouses In which stored. Unof fall to a natural level. sanitary refrigerator conditions were Come in and talk to us are looking for nowadays. Favor or discrimination and forbidden. That this law should have tires. of economic condition had an immediate effect Is evidenced by to bocomc a habit with tho President the fact that at the beginning of the especially help you the kind of Ai mod .with his extensive war powers, last fiscal year there were in cold ho wus opposed to using it for the storage In the Unied Saes 1,074,-S0S.0owners, who you want. lessening of popular burdens, espe pounds of pork products, cially If urged to do so by Republican 1C2.000.000 pounds of frozen hoof, of Congress. Thus ho was directed 48,000,000 pounds of poultry, S7,- Jv the Republican Congress to pur- 000,000 pounds of butter and 7,000,-00- 0 cases of eggs. chase the Cuban sugar crop. This Tho Presldont has had tho power could havu boon done at 9 cents per vound. But ho obdurately turned to stop profiteering. Much of It he down the suggestion, with the result has had through tho Attorney Generrt .uat Bugar went on up to 28 cents and al. Neither have bestirred them HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky nwy go as high as 40 cents to the selves so as to attract notice to the ! ronguruer. To make tho discomfort fact. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. 4-- 0 of the people of tho country comCOATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. plete, he .permitted the Louisiana Out Tills Out And TuKe It With You ILER', Rockport, Ky. l planter, thoy being situated in tho A man often forgets the oxact name : . i I HI .s.iilth. to charge an much as 17 and of tho articlo he wlshos to purchase, 1R oeuts) pen pound; that Is, he per and as a last resort takes something . -mitted the Attorney Goneral to toll oisc. Instead. That is always disap ho would not prosecute thorn pointing and unsatisfactory. The them Euif they did chnrgo that much. safo way is to cut this out and tako In Washington, to which they aro rope then bought tho Cuban crop for it with you so as to make sure of STATE IS SAFE ON fd frrlKht and passouger sorvico ASIUNQa KATE sent from tho Chicago office, but we iu own use at 7 cents per pound and getting Chamborlaiu's Tablets. You immediate expenditure BOOST PRESENT CASE In touch with the situation know the Loulolala planters charged what will find nothing quite so satisfactory and unsohed labor problems nlso a ' FEDEHAL AID FUND there is no danger." thoy plogsed. for constipation and Indigestion, it. delaying economies. Rate increase wasnington. Ma 28 Railroad-- , Road Commissioner Joo S. Hoggs When the Republicans cumo Into of tho country today eloaod their cn-- a aHked do not Include the wrtgo dehas' wrltton Congressman J. M. Rob-sloin Congress they found on CONGRESS POSSESS SOLE mands of the employes undor coiiBld ' setting forth in detail the Fed-or- Derore the Intersinto Commerce Com- eratlon by the Jin Htutiite bonk a law regulating the MARITIME POWER Highway Engineer Says No rnllioad labor board, mission for Increased freight rate: aid projects already passed on In Hut nobody paid any uioat pucker estimated at $1,000,000,000. Washington or in tho Chicago office aggregating $ 1,017, OOO.Ouo annually. attention to It because It had no teeth Chance To Lose Any In 1917 congress passed a law givFurther hearings are suspended by for transportation and said: in it. Ho the Houtio Commltteo on ing tho states authority to pass legisMoney "Thoro has appoared In many news- the commission until Juno 7, to giv. For tlio Hrlliif ,f Rheumatic Pains. Agrlriutura brought in n bill turning lation for tho benefit of persons emWhen you have stiffness and sorepapers In Kentucky an Itom from shippers and state railway commis life regulation of stockyards ovor to ployed on tho water. The supremo ness of the muscles, nchlngVJoints and Washington that Kontucky will lose sioners time to proparo for tho Interstate Commerce Commission court holds that this law is unconof witnessos for tho cm-- i find It difficult to movo without pain The sale of feed, yardage, trades and stitutional, as congress alone has auFrankfort, Ky., May 28. "Thero is by Juno 30, $730,028 in Federal aid lers. try massaging tho nffoct.ed parts with money unless a bill now pending, ox- niuilRious was made subject to its thority to deal with matters relating not a chance of Kentucky losing any During the hearings, which bogai Chamberlain's Liniment. ftendlng tho time for one, year, Is It will Manipulation, jurisdiction. split to tho soa, and it has no powor to of. its Fedoral aid money, which must tho pain and mako rest and passod by both branches ot Congress Monday, testimony was introduced hv butwoon tho five big pack-erIts authority to tho states. Re- be "tied up" by Juno 30," Mack view of the fact that such articles tho railroads to show that Increased sloop possible. r.i and all thut sort of thing were cently tho court hold the La Folletto United States senior highway In are misleading to the people of Ken- income is needed immediately if the monopoIn otlmr words, forbidden. seamen's act valid. A British concorn engineer and ropresentativo of the lization of tho packing industry wus sought to have the act declared void, Bureau of Public Roads In Kentucky, tucky and create unjust crltldr.n of roads aro to handle the nation's comWORLD'S DEEPEST WELLS office, I am. taking the liberty to merce satisfactorily for othorwls' niAtle dangerous by oxtreme and exon tho ground that our government said today. "If the contracts let to this government ownership is inuvitablo plicit penalties. Tho two deepest wells In tho world had no right to legislate over tho day had not gono through there is acquaint you with the facts In tnis Relief can come In tho form of In- wero matter, as I have heretofore done." act, namIn the Clayton anti-trudug ships and sailors of other countries. sufficient work laid out, on which creased rates or out of tho treasury company by a Pittsburg natural gas ed after HeprasoiitutWo Clayton, who Tho court held that when foreign project agreements In West Vlrginia.Tho first could ba signed of the United Stutes, the carrlord hailed from tho South, It had been ships touch at our ports, congress up, to take care of what Is necessary lleot Remedy reached a dopth of 7330 feet whe:i for Stomach Trouble. claimed. Only tho roads that aro stipulated that collective bargaining gains jurisdiction. "On account ot tho existing dual "I am pleased to have the oppor strongest financially can borrow mon- the cable broke The. tojl3 could not be denied to laboring men should not bo drawn out aid the woll was system In Kentucky, the State de- tunity to say a good word for Cham- ey, It was stated, and nnil to farmers. Tho same law propartment has been delayed In getting berlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie iiib-i-i r.ues oi interest. then only at abandoned. The secpnd woll was vided that no injunction or restraincarried to a depth of 7.67!) rent when appropriated and set apart by Fiscal Bertol, of Moborly, Mo. "I think Efficient management and ultl-ma- the ing order should be issued in any distools got stuck. At 7000 feet Courts, but the department has gone they are tho best remedy for stomsaving in operating expenses a pute botwemn employer and employe. temperature of 172 degrees Fahren-he- lt For Infants and Children ahead with its own work nnd has ev- ach troubles, biliousness and constl was promised hy the carriers. Sav. was found. Thin left the Not thorn farmer unabl.i patlon wells ever used. I tak- Ing can Years erything In readinoss. yet In which to en themI have and on for two havethree serted, not begin at once, they as- U not regulated byThe depth of to the to do what union labor nilgnt do. So In Use For Over "There is a month law Title off or because tho roads wero not Always bears the llQpubllcan Congress, when It surfaco of tho ground unless otherget the project agreements signed, years and they always rellovo Indi returned to the io owners in the canii! Into power, set about to fix it Slgnaturoof' and two weeks would be sufficient gestion, tone up tho liver andniako me condition in whlqh thoy were same wise provided is aiippwd to extend when in to tho center isx this law so thut furmers might also All these matters are not ot record feel fine. of the earth, where m taken ovor by the government. Add- - It would terminate In a point. FARMERS ASSISTED one-thir- H'j y. " .'. ft against automobiles because ' theq frightened the horses Whafs become of the prejudice c i n gotten them and has Think year the it American nearly a billion dollars tires Tires are the the car owner's N OW cars are every where. The horses first their motor Just get any less service We that gest items entitled just as good the man Hardly a Saturday, motorists "tune up" a Sunday that doesn't something to our later it comes back entitled the best tire service they That's represent this And why car owners large and small Service. Service owners And -- what the car this community 1 unna-luralno- ss about We're here 00 car the small put service get tires XI United States Tires - W.C jjht" 'j mlr'a n. al ve del-ega- to a, Gal-breat- h, st CASTOR 1A 30 &ti te . i W. W. BIG FACTOR IN past winter. How tho ancient Spartans who immortalized the youth who without an outcry permitted a fox FRISCO CONVENTION concealed beneath his clothing to tear his vitals until it had killed him would havo delighted in this sinewy modern hero. Edward Wlllet with his wlfo and child wero returning in a wagon from Port Burwoll when n pack of hungry, oroclous timber wolves emorged from tho woods and came yelping aftor them. Placing his wife and child high up on tho soat of the wagon where ho thought thoy would bo safe, Wlllet tied his team to a tree, seized his ox nnd went for tho wolves, by this time close upon him. After circling about tho wagon onco or twice two of tho bolder members of tho pack attacked him. With a slnglo dexterous blow of tho ax tho woodsman clovo tho skull of tho first and stretched It out limp and llfoless on tho ground. A second blow similarly put an end to tho other. circled animals The cowardly about him, apparently seeking to attack him from somo unguarded quar ter. The alert woodsman, however, kept hla head and whenever a wolf camo near enough, his trusty ax, glittering In the light of tho moon, brought the beast down, a quivering, lifeless heap on the snow. There, Is no doubt that Willot would have killed the last wolf or driven him off without himself suffering a slnglo scratch If the handla of his ax had not unfortunately brok-e- n and hurlod tho blado a considerable distance away where he could not reach It. As If A Battlic Royal Is Looked For, Bryan One Big Delegate Washington, May 29. Newspaper men afield taking noto and othon here checking up nro agreed that up to date largely through offlcoholdlng delegates Mr. Wilson sooms to lmvo control of tho San Francisco convention. Tho latest tabulation showthat tho President can count on 792 votes from the total of 1,092 delegates. If he can hold that many he can choose tho candldnto and launch him on a League of Nations platform. Administration loaders are reported to concede only 300 delegates to Drynn and declare that their hair Is turning gray over tho hopolcssncss of healing divisions among the rest. These latter aro only united on one thing opposition to Wilson and the League of Nations. Their bitterness revolt. Authorities agree that tho battlo at San Francisco will be a fight to the death. Mr. Bryan Is fully expected to begin hostilities against tho adoption of tho Icaguo plank demanded by tho President ns soon ns the convention opens. It Is In such a scrap that Mr. Bryan Is at his best there will bo no ono at tho convention In tho samo class with him. It will tnko a strong administration gunrJ to savo tho machine from smithereens and some of tho guard Marshall, for Instance nro beginning to chuck rocks at It. Thoy openly refuse to regard support of tho league as tho test of party fealty. Knowing what's coming If thoy win or loso In tho convention tho faction lcadors aro maneuvering for party control nftcrward, for most of them fear that tho best thoy can hopo for after November la control of Its organization, to bo patched up for 1924. They figure that altho thi administration forces appear to be united.' so many of them are postmasters and other officeholders that at tho very first sign of defeat In the convention they will realign themselves very quickly with an eyo to the fore-shado- Why a Majority of the Smaller Cars Come on Goodyear Tires 1 v- - r; : & Last year more cars using 30x3-- , 30x3V-- , or 31x4inch tires were factory equipped with Goodyear Tires than with any other -- ' j kind. This is plainly a result of the high relative value produced in these tires for the smaller cars by Goodyear s enormous resources and scrupulous care. i -- ". Vcf- -' i . ". ! sv. They represent the same intense endeavor to supply utmost satisfaction in tires that has laid the basis for the marked preference which exists everywhere for Goodyear Tires in the larger sizes. This real Goodyear value in tires is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using one of these sizes, at our nearest Service Station. Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes, Hi i ..., J f v understanding the man's de- fenseless condition, tho leader of the pack, tho only wolf that remained in a condition to fight, now hiuled itself upon him and sank Its teeth" Into his shoulder. Wlllet had nothing to fight with but his hands and his teeth but ho grimly mado use of them to Maneutho best posslblo advantage. vering until ho got the wolf Into a favorable position, ho seized Its throat with his teoth and closed them with grip. Hoheld on grimly, a vise-lik- e biting In deeper and deeper, hoping At to sever tho brute's windpipe. jar rjoon3?SntAP wmX u . - -- I future. - f Teething babies always have a hard t'lmtf of It whon this process occurs In hot w'cather. They not only have to contend with painful gums but tho stomach is disordered, bowels loose and tho body uncomfortable. Tho best help you can glvo tho llttlo sufferer is McQeo's Baby Elixir. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets nnd healing agent. Buy It now tho bowols and helps digestion. Price tic be ready for an emorgency. Price Sold by and 25c and 50c por bottle. by - last, after this desperate struggle had continued for a quarter of an hour, the wolf's grip weakened perceptibly and within a short time It fell to tho ground where It died shortly, Its throat having been cut by tho woodsman's sharp, strong teeth. a agree that In cases of Surgeons Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds thfirst treatment la most trnportant When an eillclent antlsceptlc Is applied promptly, there Is no danger of infection and tho wound begins to heal at once.' For uso on man or beast. Borozono is the Ideal Antisep25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. flhln Hnuntv Drue Co. Fabric, 30x3 Goodyear Double-Cur- e $-- Tread Single-Cur- e LD "250 30x3'z Goodyear rabnc, Anti-skid iread $21 50 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30x3 size in water- - $ A " 50 proof bag .- .- v. Ohio County Drug Co. m m Sold END WILSON AUTOCRACY', - m AGE TOO MUCH LIKE KAISER YEARLING HOAll SELLS FOB SUM OP 913,000 tf Washington, May 29. Senator Lcxlncton. Ky.. May 29. Fifteen Franco, Republican, Maryland, urgtoday that Congress thousand dollars, declared to be tho ed In tho Scnnte price ever given for a boar stay In session and "mercilessly strip highest paid by McKee ono of of his ace. was every from the executive wore Brothers, ot Forest Hill Farm, Wood thoso enormous powers which County, for a yearling Duroc conferred for tho period of tho war." ford sired by Great Orion Sensation, boar "By denying peace for which the champion of the National representatives of tho peoplo have, grand Swine Show In 1919, It was announc-p- d declared," said Senator France, "the todav. The animal was bough. himPresident In effect arrogates to from Frank Holtsinger, Moberly, Mo. self in violation of the constitution Tho boar, which arrived at tho farm the power to declare for war." mnVo .Friday, has been named McKee's It was the Kaiser's power to emSensation. McKee Brothers war which alono made him an sen- Orion sold a herd boar. Colonel Giant today peror Instead of a president, the Defender, for $10,000 to a South ator continued, adding that Presi- Carolina man. like audent Wilson had assumed a thority. WALKING BLINDFOLDED. -- by that aro affected Children In an experiment at Knoxvllle, worms aro palo and sickly and liable Tenn., more than 50 men, women and to contract aomo fatnl disease. children, were blindfolded and InexWHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE structed to walk straight ahead In an pels worms promptly and puts the open field. In each case a practichild on the load to health. Price cally perfect circle was described, Its County approx30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio m diameter In the case of adults Drug Co. imating 100 paces nnd in the case of children 20 paces. It was found x CHEERS AS AUDIENCE that tho blindfolded pedestrians GIRL PYTHON CRUSHES a Goneva, May 29 Applause from resounded In the lltlargo audience here, totlo theater at Serbruck, near slowly a gigantic python day, while crushed Its trainer to death, Ciro, realized her whoso name was - iTiinirflptnn IMrl. um& The trainer, u and shrieked for help as the peril her. colls of tho sorpent closed about audlenco believed her cries but tho and. wero part of tho entertainment loudly. cheered i Frauloln Clro's manager rushed not snake, but the stage and shot the was beyond until tho young woman perhelp. It was not until after the was over that tho people formance they had wero apprised of the fact a gruesome tragedy. witnessed TIMBER WOLF KILLED WITH IHS TEETH o-- - would sometimes descrlbo a right-han- d circle and sometimes a left-haono. The less the thought given to the walking, tho less the effort to control It, apparently, the more perfect the circle described. This experiment evidently upsets the old popular notions that when blindfolded one walks In a circle because his legs aro of uneven length or bo- cause he is nd right-handed. m SAN FRANCISCO GETS JAVA SUGAR SHIPMENT thousand tons of whlto sugar' arrived here today from Java, tho first shipment of Its kind In a number of men years, according to shipping Canners are said to be contracting for the Java sugar because of tho scarcity of other varieties. San Francisco, May 28 Two FS M grimly Hero Is a story that was woodreal iffe in a wild, enacted In early In tho ed section ot Ontario Children Cry FLETCHER'S A C A S5JH.O-FOR R I able to time In a long while I sleep soundly. Really my nerves are as steady as when I was a boy and I GAINS 10 FOUNDS am feeling as well as I ever have In my life. Tanlac is certainly an unusually fine medicine, and to do my part in letting tho people know about Feels He Owes It To His It. Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. Neighbors and Public To L. B. Bean, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Did Tell What Tanlac Drug Co., in Rockport by James Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace & Porter, in Beaver Dam by R. T. "Tanlac has been such a great help Taylor, Jr., and in McHenry, by S. to mo that I told my wife I was com- J. TIchenor. Advertisement. ' mm ing down here and tell you about it," said James W. Caswell, when he call LIQUID HYDROGEN RUNS CAR drug store In ed at Taylor-IsaaIt 13 claimed that Dr. Pasticci, a Louisville, KentucKy, tno other day. Mr. Caswell, who llyes at 324 West noted Italian chemist, has perfected Brandies street, Louisville, has been a process for cheaply liquefying hyemployed by Mengel Brothers & Co., drogen for the purpose of using it In for the past fifteen years and Is high- driving autds, railroad locomotives, seagoing vessels, etc., as well as Inly respected by all who know him. "Why, do you know," added Mr. ternal combustion motors generally. 'Caswell, "I have, actually gained ten A gallon is sufficient to propel an pounds In tho past thirty days. This auto 250 miles. Of course, like other strikes me as being remarkable, es things of this sort, we shall want to pecially for ono of my age as I am see thl3 demonstrated before acceptnnd I feel that I own ing it as promising any relief from now sixty-eigh- t, to my neighbors and tho people gasoline prices. It generally to state publicly what Tanlac has done for me. President Receives Diplomats. "For several months previous to taking Tanlac L was In a badly runFor about eight months President down condition, my bones ached, I Wilson was unable, on account 'of illfelt weak and tired all the time, and ness, to accept the credentials of ammy nerves, were so unsteady that I bassadors and envoys from foreign could hardly drink my coffee without countries who had been newly apspilling It out of the cup. I actual- pointed, but now he is beginning to ly dreaded to go to bed, for I would receive them again ono or two at Just fidget and squirm around and a time in the order In which they found It nest to Impossible for me to reached Washington. Only two cabget to sleep, and I always got up with inet meetings have been held since that awful tired, feeling. I had no he was taken sick. It was planned appetite and suffered a great deal that he should go to Wood's Hole, from a sour upset stomach. I would Mass., for tho summer, but this Idea bloat up so bad at times that I could was rejected after the secret service hardly fasten my trousers around my men surveyed the place. It Is unwaist. I never felt like work and derstood that tho president will stay seemed to be steadily going down bill at Washington, or take short trips all the time. on tho presidential yacht Mayflower, "But It didn't .take Tanlac long to In which an elevator Is being installrid me ot those miserable feelings ed for his use. He wants to keep in nnd sot mo right again. By the time close touch with politics and especialmy first bottle was gone I was feeling ly to keep a hold on the San Francislike a different man. My appetite is co convention, it Is said. so ravenous that meal time comes too slow for me now and I can eat what I want and all I want without feeling FOR FLETCHER'S My nerves a touch of Indigestion. steadied down and tor the first bavo SIXTY-EIGH- T ai AUTO PRODUCTION AND DISTRD3UTION cs Canada is now the second nation in the world in the manufacture of automobiles, number of. cars owned tho per capita distribution. The United States take3 first rank, with Great Britain second. Figures compiled by ths Motor Bus and Motorize the Farm Bureaus of Tho Goodyear Tire & Rubber Compa. ny show that one person in every fifteen in the United States owns an automobile, while one in every 23 is the percentage in Canada. In Great Britain but ono person in every 2G8 owns a car. The percentage In France is one to 102, one to 684 in Germany, one to 1,000 in Italy, one to 2,700 in Austria and one to 5,300 In Russia. The total number of cars registered in this country Is approximately 7,100,000, in the Dominion 3DO.00O, and In England 180,000. Canada registration in showed Increased 1919 of 13 per cent. Ontario was the banner province, with a- - registration of 127,860 passenger cars and 11,428 trucks. Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba and Quebec rank n the order named. Canada employs 15,000 workers In the automobile Industry, which represents an Investment of $60,000,-00In 1919, 94,000 automobiles were manufactured in the Dominion, with a total sales for the year apTho anproximately $100,000,000. nual wages' of persons In the Industry totals $15,000,000. 0. parties nominate only, men who aro definitely committed to dry policies. Delegates from the Northern Baptist convention were received, and closer union between the two societies urged, One of the northern delegates declared that the sum of $200,000,000 being raised by that body for thp misprogram sionary and benevolent would prove inadequate. m PREPARING FOR HESSIAN FLY Tho periodical visit of the Hessian fly to the wheat fields of the country is expected this year by the department of agriculture and preparations are being made to meet him and exterminate him if possible. Ho la about as welcome as the Hessians who camo over during the Revolution and who are credited with having introduced the fly to this country. Stations have been established in Pennsylvania, Illinois,and Kansas for making a study of the pest - Vft JSPs Oreai ter Pride in YourHome You can't help taking a greater home when it's spick and span in a brand-necoat of w dian production of automobiles in 1920 will be increased 35 per cent over 1919. SOUTHERN BAPTISTS MEET It Is estimated that the total Cana- pride in your c DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD Children Cry CASXO.RJA The annual convention In Washington of the Southern Baptists was enthusiastic and Inspiring. As nn indication ot its success the campaign committee reported that having undertaken to raise $75,000,000 for evangelism, nearly $93,000,000 had The convention been subscribed. refused to indorse a modification of the prohibition amendment to permit beer and light wines. On the contrary resolutions wre passed that both tho Democratic and Republican and pure linseed oil. This paint costi less, figured by the gallon, square yard, or years of service. As it is mixed to order, you 'can have the exact color you want. e maWe use only terials and our prices are right. May we estimate on your work? high-grad- . V. kv I lk4 mtroc and A MM HOOCt, faavoi(; uAlU-iM-- i U, J.C.CASEBIER , Hjurtfoid, Ivy. The Hartford Republican COMPANY his kingdom and leadership. over bo thus". mm It will STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuke.) iiillldird Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING SEDITION BILLS VETOED Tho Gov. Smith of New York brought Wo havo one thing to be thankful out his vetorlal snickersnee and us- for, that Is the fact that nonb of tha' ed It on two bills passed by tho legis- counterfeit gang have passed any of W. S. TIX8LBY, Editor lature. One would havo outlawed the those bogus $60.00 bills on us. Manager. nntl Huslnoss Socialist party and any political paraccording to law at tho ty whoso principles woro found by Entered We shore are mighty proud that Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall the court to bo dangerous to tho Miss Cox has come homo, as we could wis designed to second class. matter of tho rerubllc. The other not keep up with our work much curb sedition and destructive socia- longer, nnd stay up nights to watch to lism. communications Address all the Captain. Hartford Republican. Incorporated FORDSON TRACTORS Will help you to catch up with your farming. Buy HENFHOW NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must glvo tho old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 80 per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards 6c for of Thanks, lc per word, and money each head lino and slgnautro, In advance. Church Notices for services free, 33TAMI1LEU but other advertisements, lc Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY. , ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Ello Renfrow will bo married to Mr. Isaac Stambler, In Louisville, July 4. Miss Renfrow Is a daughter of the who was latq FItzhugh Ronfrow, for many years a successful merchant of Narrows. Mr. Stambler Is a former McLean County boy, and now hold? a responsible position with the Cenper tral Furniture Company, o'f Louisville. Miss Renfrow makes her home will with the family of Mr. J. H. Thomas. 4 CENTERTOWN. If Eck Rial, the drayman, turns over a fair share of the freight he collr.cU, to the Railroad Co , and the railroad workmen find it out, wo'll bet two bits they strike 'nsldo of ten days for more wages Every now and then we see head lines in the papers about drillers striking gas pockets, when this tow has nny number of walking gas bags, and but little mention Is ever made about them in the papers. 69 123 JUNE 4 "We are authorized to annbunce the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., from the Fourth Congressional District, subject tq the action at the Republican party, We think that Uncle Sam should remove "In God We Trust" from the silver dollar and substitute therefor "Good for 30 Cents In Trade." ' of Breckenrldgo County, for Congress Looks to a disinterested person as though the Socialists would have nominated some convict as their con-dida- te for president, whose prison would expire about March the term 4th next. If Eugene V. Debs, whom the Socialists nominated for President, and who Is serving a long term In the A lanta Prison, Is elected, will the seat of government be moved to Atlanta, or will the penitentiary be moved to the whltehouse at the National Capi ta. nj?.. KiK-i- ' tal? ' Chairman Cummlngs, so news Items state, has submitted his "keynote speech" to Woodrow, and HE approved it. Cummlngs also stated that his views on the peace treaty Ev. coninclded with the President's that he, Cummlngs erybody knew of had no views other than those athj3 would never Wilson, and that tempt to deliver a keynote speech to the Democratic Convention, without first having It censored and 0. K'd. by the "Alpha and Omega" of Democratic thought and action. By the opinion rendered Tuesday, in Federal Court, by Judge Walter Evans, Kentucky is to lose the benefits to her highways, of the special tar of 50 cents plr gallon on all whiskey held in bonded warehouses the total of which was estimated to be 30,000,000 gallons and the taxes accruing thereon would have amountThe act under ed to $15,000,000. which the tax was to have been colas the Vance .Act, and lected was passed by the last Legislature. The Federal Court In annulling this act declares it to be unconstitutional. the weather; America Is bound to take both Just as they come. Nothing that man, or men, can do will change either. Willhelm the Hohen-zollern, The Wilsonian ways are Just like never, in all his life, made his a more complete and autocratic one-ma- n rule than does President Wilson try to make his, and the worst of It is, he, in a measure, succeeds. The United States is technically at war with German today, simply because owing to the vote of tho minority In our National Congress. And that vote cast, not as the majority of the minority really desires, but only as Woodrow Wilson instructs and demands that they do. When it is seen that his grip upon federal patronage Is no longer worth playing for, and that one may be accounted a good and loyal Democrat without wagging at the snap of HIS fingers, then, Democrats, members of the House and Senate, on the tho League of Nations and the peace resolutions questions will leave him like rats escaping from a sinking chip. Wilson seems to deem himself infallible and therefore no open paths lead to bis throne, advice Is not wanted, asked or taken. In our opinion he has not tho least conception of the ideas and opinion he is creatlw? in the World's mind of himself. His was the rarest of tho golden, but now a a lost opportunity. Once before authority offered up a man without burnt offering and as a result lost A lassie in New Jersey sued in the sum of $50,000.00 for 'the loss of a W. C. Everly went to Cincinnati, man's love, and was awarded six cents by the Jury. The trial Jury last Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Corbet Knott must have been made up of married women of several years duration. June 1st, a girl. Born to W. C. Everly and wife, on May 24th, a son. Wo will bet a gallon of the first Mrs. Cecil Calvert visited relatives liquor legally made and sold, against n snrln nnn. fhnt Hrl Wnlker, run In Owensboro, last week. Everett Ashby, of Owensboro, was some boy's trot line Saturday after noon, as we saw him sneaking up the In town Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. L. W. Tichenor was tho guest alley back of the office, with a string of relatives at Matanzas, last week. of catfish and perch larger than Wal Ed Nelson and family, of Mellon ker was ever krioWn 1 catch. if ry were guests of Mrs. Lon Martdox, Sunday. if.; J..jj .Jm Miss Hula King, who owns an auto, A. C. Dewltt and family, Green has been advertising for a crank. Wo ville, visited In and near this place don't see the whyforeness or the nec essity of the ad, as thick as thev are last week. she Mrs. Mary Crowe returned Satur in this burg. For Instance day, from Louisville, where she spent might call on John Wilson, J. I. Goodman, Amos Carson, or a score the week with relatives. Miss Susie May, of Hartford, was of others we could think of who In town last Wednesday, the guest of ought to fill the bill admirably. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, of Albert Rial says the only satisfacHartford, spent Sunday with A. h tion he could get out of suing us for Tichenor and family, of Mataiizas. what we said about tnc tops of his who is employed in Doojorn bags would simply be a Louis Rowe. Henderson", spent the week here with J udgmtnt for damage-:- , as we are iaw- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rowe nroof and.nothlng could be collected. Mrs. Charlotte Tichenor, of Matan J and tiiot his only mpthod would be zas. Is visltlnK her daughter, Mrs. S to slip i.p behind us and bat the outen us with a lead pipe Saiil A. Bratcher, at Hartford, this week H M. Ross and wife, O. L. Ross and he didn't see no other way to get J. family, were the guests of J. W.' satisfaction. Brown and family, of Polni Pleasant, -Ernest Elrkhead is pretending to last Sunday. Burgess and raise some sort of a crop near town Mr. and Mrs. Archie Miss Dixie Hocker, of Beaver Dan, He went out to the farm the first of' spent Sunday afternoon with Earl last week and stayed only a short time, when he drove the pony back Tichenor and wife. to town to get his wife's parasol and FIRM OF CARSON & CO. . rocking chair and a treatise on HAS NEW MEMBER "How to Farm by Proxy." Mrs. Blrkhead says all three Implements L. S. Igleheart has purchased the shewed signs of much and constant residence property owned and occupi- use when Ernest came home Satured by Ira D. Bean, also the interest day evening. of Mr. Bean held in the firm of Carson & Company. Mr. and Mrs. Bean Albert Rial says he noticed where will remain here until sometime in high-clas- s, educated ' bridegrooms the fall, when they will probably were fetching as much as $15,000 In move to Louisville. India, and that he is going to try to get up a carload like Fred Robert son, Harold Holbrook, Bat Nail, Jim Gillespie, Harve Sheffield and this Mr. and Mrs. John D. Frederick fellow Berry (don't know what his announce the marriage of first name is, but anyhow It's a man their daughter, who don't talk so awful much) and Marie Grace ship them down about Calcutta for to for those Indians. Rial Mr. Harrison T. Leach says he thinks that he ought to reaon Thursday, the fifteenth lize about $96.00 per dozen, gross day of April for that bunch, and If his net profit amounts to as much as $1.30 each, It nineteen hundred and twenty will be Just about like running his popping outfit a couple of days. visited her brother and mother, Mrs. The above announcement was reMJ. Cummlngs, Saturday and SunROSINE ceived this week, and while It was a day. surprise to many, yet It was what Quite a number of people came to might natuially be expected, for that Mrs. William Combs is suffering Roslne to be present at the decoration young man has been making frequent from an attack of neuralgia. services Sunday afternoon, but tho trips down in this part of the country Mrs. Mary Cummlngs Is on the sick rain came and brought for some time. He is at present and list, but is slowly Improving. has been for two years superintenMrs. Dave Allen is no better and Mr. Ira Smith, of Horton was m dent of the schools at Dilworth. Pre is still confined to her room. Roslne two weeks ago last Wednes- vlous to that time ho was in tho Miss Nelia Alford and Miss Mayme day, rnd hitched his horse In tho Indian service and came to Tonkawa Leach went to Dundee Sunday. school house yard for only a short Rev. Bishop delivered quite an In time, but when he was 1 eady to tar', as agent for the Tonkawa tribe. Tho bride Is the only child of M. teresting sermon last Saturday night home the horse was gone and nd trace and Mrs. Frederick. She has spent at Salem. of it has been found most of her life here. She graduMesdames Annie Earp, Mollle Alated from the U. p! S., and Is accom- len, and Nolla Lang were In HartDEBTORS! NOTICE! plished In music and other arts, be ford Tuesday. I will be in Hartford tomorrow for Mrs. Tom Peach, of Render Mines, sides possessing a charming persona lity that has endeared her to a wide and little daughter, Ines, visited Mrs. tho purpose of winding up by business affairs, and all who are IndebtAnnie Earp Sunday. circle of friends. As soon as Mr. Leach's school Uncle Marlpn Crowder's funeral ed to me will please meet me and closes, which will be next week, the was preached at Mount Pleasant Sun- settle. Don't delay. Time saves money, money- - will save cost. young couple will visit his old home day, by Rev. Willis. DR. E. W. FORD, Mrs. Iva Cooper, of Beaver Dam, In Kentucky, nnd other places in the Tonkawa, Okla., News. east. Mr. and Mrs. Leach arrived in Ohio .Hj"H-W4'HW''- S county May 24, and will spend the TTTTTTTtTTV summer with Mr. Leach's parents, one, run it day and night, keep water and the proper oils and greases in it and it won't get tired. Shortage of fcarm help and irregular seasons make the use of tractors imperative. Henry Ford & Son make the tractor best suited to our medium size farms. There is no doubt about it, the Fordson Tractor is the best Tractor made for the money it costs. BUY A FORD- Aa. B SON. . . AfiS&Sj&ES -r, I I Good Plows, Good Harrows, Good Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators. only costs a little more than the medium and poor. , Everything in stock now ready to deliver, but the man who waits to the last minute nearly always gets left. Get busy now, get everything bought and out to your farm ready, so you won't lose a minute when your soil will do to work. We are ready with the Implements and the Tractors, with competent men to show you how to use them and take care of you. We are the au- thorized Ford Agents. Brick Garage, equipped with all the latest machinery to repair successfully all Ford automobiles and Tractors. You have something substantial behind your purchases here. Don't take a desperate chance; play safe and buy at this store. We have a new up-to-da- We can give you the best to be had, and the best te A E. P. Barnes . Beaver Dam, Ky. sons-in-la- w i V 1 We have just received a car load of the famous Samson Tractors No better farm tractor is to be found. It makes no difference what you pay, or what you get, for general, purposes it fills the bill with exactness. See them on our floor. Buy a SAMSON and be satisfied. , and other relatives, returning In the fall, to Oklahoma, where Prof. Leach I! has accepted the position of Principal of the Dilworth School. ESTRAY old, light bay, bald-faed percheron mare, about 15V6 hand high. Any Information as to this mare will be greatly appreciated. CARL M. TAYLOR, Beaver Dam, Ky - THE LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD ANNOUNCES CHANGE ' IN TIME fc One c. EFFECTIVE JUNE 6tH ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 4- - I For detailed information, apply to lo:a' ticket agentv The Hartford . Republican JUNE 4 MEN'S HEAD WEAR 'The rIms of fashion" reflects nowhere more conspicuously than la BICYCLES plenty of them. . W. E. ELLIS & DRO, Our Wire Fence has arrived. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. FRIDAY Mr. and Mrs. Hendorsoh Murphreq. of Owensboro, are making an extend- -' ed visit to Mrs. Murphreo's parents, Mr. and Mrs .Rowan Holbrook. You can find the Osborne and Deer-ln- g Ideal Theater BEAVER DAM, KY:. -- PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. R. E. Duke spent yesterday In Beaver Dam. i Rothschild's Quality Straws For yeur hat comfort this summer a straw well-dress- ed Seo tho Glad Game played Juno mowers, one and two row corn 9th and 10th, at Ideal Theater MA- planters and Osborne Disc Harrows, RY PICKFORD. at W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S 49t3 WILL OX- - i of Rothschild quality. Preferred by men for sixty year. Panamas Straws Foils $5 to $C 7Cc to $4.00 1.00 to 10.50 A Dr. Wlllard Lake, of Simmons, Prof. and Mrs. E. S. Howard and spont several days this week In Louis- little daughter visited Prof. Howard's GIVE TO THE PEOPLE OF OiaO ville and" Frankfort. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Howard? of COUNTY THE GREATEST Mr. Henry Carter, of Narrows, was Dalzetown, frjm Saturday until MonSHOW ON THE SCREKM In town Monday. , Mrs. D, II. Dames and son, David, day. visited, relatives In Centertown, WedAttorney Otto C. Martin went to nesday and Thursday. Sco our lino of Magazines t Wo Hazard, yesterday, on business. aro going to carry a lino of Maga "POLLYANNA" the funniest show zlnes regularly. Let us know your Wo pay cash overy day for eggs and you ever saw, Juno 9th and 10th. favorites and we'll get them for you. poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Ideal Theater Beaver Dam, Kentucky. You will be glad If you see MARY June 9 and 10 Mary Pickfordi "POLLYANNA" aX?Siffww, PICKFORD In "POLLYANNA." I1V V&V WllinnWV'JKiKiVl'IFDIMHir SZ 0" ft Mr. Henry Leach visited relatives In the Brick House country Sunday. u LI Get your Hay Tedders and Sweep iiSillKHi MEN'S ACCESSORIES Rakes from 49t2 W. E. ELLIS & BRO.. week-en- d Miss Kathleen Turner spent the with relatives near Center- town. Mr. and Mrs. Berry L. Taylor are tho parents of a new boy, born Sunday night. If you want a good Molina Mowing Machine and Rako go to ACTON v 49t2 BROS. We have all kinds of good seed corn. 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Melvln Browning, of Rochester, was the guest of friends here, last week-end. HiilHJQiuSv3HBEJHw9HflQrwtKaCw3' Belts, Suits, Ties, Shirts, Underwear, Hosieiy, ColCollar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, lar Pins, Scarf-Pin- s, Etc. See us for Men's Wear. Rev. E. W. Smith and family have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. T." H. Bean. FOR SALE JJsed Ford touring TAYLOR & MORRIS, ." Car. Hartford, Ky. Mr. John H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, was in Hartford, yesterday, on business. Z&z&$& uw Messrs. U. G. Ragland nnd James Misses Margaret and Mary Mark3 attended tho wedding nf Misses Effie Nelson, of East View, were In Hartnnd Edith Duke, in Owensboro, Sun- ford yesterday. They went from hero to Dundee, where they will spend today. day, returning home tomorrow. Mrs. S. B. Tate and children, of We have tho celebrated MASTERS Rockport, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tato, Tuesday and Wed- Tobacco Planter. It saves your back and enables you to' plant tobacco nesday. when It can not be done otherwise. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. MARY PICKFORD, Tho Swee- 46t4 theart of tho world in "POLLYANNA" LOST Bay mare, with white hind her greatest and best play, June 9th fee, 15 V4 hands high. Disappeared nnd 10th. from Roslne some two weeks ago Miss Irene Glenn, of Calhoun, ar- had bridle and saddle on at the time Notify ESTILL' SHULT2, McHenry rived hero yesterday, and will remain until Monday, the guest of MI3S Ky. Mary Marks. Servlcable Cook Stoves and Ranges gone to and. the famous New Perfection Oil Mrs. W. W. Harris has Morton's Gap, where their little son Stove, a stove that consumes the minIs with relatives, with a sovere case imum In fuel and will cook to your satisfaction can be had of ACTON of whooping caugh. 4912 . BROS. v . Dr. E.'W. Ford, of Crescent City, - Miss MlldrecJ, Teachout, who has Fla., wl'l arrive here today or toSpreading the wonderful gospel morrow to visit friends and attend been here in the capacity as head of of everlasting gladness i Fair & Co's. millinery department to business matters. during the spring season, will return Mrs J. B. Tappan and daughter, to her home in Huntingdon, Tenn Mary Louise, returned Sunday from Monday. in her latest pictur Louisville, where they had spent a The Wakefield Davis Realty Co., of week visiting friends. Shelbyville, Ky., has purchased" Mr. ts bringing joy and new hope t MrsfT. B. Petrie returned to her John Duke's property. It is to be millions. As you watch her th home In Indianapolis, Ind., Tuesday divided into town lots. Watch for glad feeling creeps thro after1 a ten days visit with her fath- our big ad next week. CO. your veins and into your h WAKEFIELD DAVIS REALTY er, Judge J. E. Fogle. and lo ! you find yourself lovin; 'Ohhe'aladiy The Secret jOf Happiness' PICKFORD MARY "POLLYANNA k KEEP-KOO- L Sheriff and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher Moore returned Miss Elizabeth were the guests of Mrs. Bratcher's Wednesday, to Owensboro, where she Mrs. Cora Renfrow and Mrs. W.vS. will remain for a week or ten days, mother, Mrs. Charlotte Tichenor, of Matanzas, Sunday and Sunday night. Dean, of Dundeo, wore in Hartford undergoing treatment. accompanied Mrs. Tichenor them Wednesday. visit. home for a George Delker Buggies In all styles FOR SALE Registered, big type, of unexceptional value aro on our rr ,.,,1 ,,! ol,l!o n,l Wr,oe, Poland china boar. floor for your inspection. .UUion Maxlabrook owned CLAUD RENFROW, Dundee. 49t2 ACTON BROS. Dr. L. B. Bean, will stand at the Hart Mr. A. P. (Bunk) Barnard, of WilMrs. Helen Igjeheart went to Ow- ford Fair Grounds this season. This liams Mines, was in town yesterday, ensboro yesterday, where she will be fine young horse can pace a mile .in 44tf on business. the guest of Mrs. W. M. Mesplay, dur- 2 minutes arid 12 seconds. ing tho coming two weeks. Judge John B. Wilson and W. S. Brookfield Creamery Butter, none Tinsley will leave Monday for Pine- made. Get it of CASEBIER better Mrs. Chester Wilson, of near Crom & TAYLOR. well, came down Wednesday, to spend vllle, where they go to represent the a few days with her brother, Mr. O. local lodge, Knights of Pythias, in the grand lodge meeting to be held Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Casebier and C. Martin, and Mrs. Martin. there Tuesday and Wednesday. family spent Sunday in Beaver Dam, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John LIndley spent Attorney McDowell A. Fogle spent the latter half of last week as guests Sunday and Monday in Louisville, and Sunday School Teachers take your of Mr. Llndley's uncle, Mr, Nat LIndvicinity. While Mr. Fogle's misclass to see MARP PICKFORD "in ley and family, of Matanzas. sion In the Kentucky Metropolis was "POLLYANNA." Mr. W. H. Baize and family and perhaps a legal ono, we are by no Mr. and Mrs A. C. Porter wero brother, Roma Baize, visited Mr. means certain that it pertained to the guests of relatives In the Heflln coun- BalzVs parents, Mr. and Mrs Jim law. try, laBt week end. Baize, of Baizetown, Sunday. The Blue Ribbon Stove has short Miss Clifllo Balrd left yesterday Mrs. S. K. Cox and Master Kenneth flue, heats quickly and consumes but for Owensboro, where she will visit Birkhead returned Wednesday from little oil; DOES NOT SMOKE, it Charleston, Mo., where they had been saves you money, oil and time. 4Let relatives several days. us refer you to our satisfied customvisiting relatives for some timet ers before you purchase. If you want your HOUSE TO W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Paint, RED SHINE use tho best Mrs. Claud Vannoy and son How- 44t4 Henry, ACTON BROS. SPOT. ard Henry, and Miss Mamie NOTICE. of Madisonville, have been guests of " Mrs. Sadie Williams this week. MARY PICKFORD in "POLLY The Lady Maccabees of Hartford will add much to the Joy and will serve Ice Cream on the Court of Cromwell, happiness of your life. Miss Harriet Flener, House lawn, Saturday afternoon and will leave the first of next week, for evening Juno 5th, 1020. All are in Riley,- - of Jenkins, to visit her sister, Mrs. Lea-th- a Misses Hettle and Ruth vited. McKinney, for a fow weeks. , Owensboro, spent from Saturday until Monday, with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Duke spent SatMrs. Sallle B. Jackson, of Rock-por- t, urday night and Sunday In Cromwas in Hartford yesterday and well, the guests of Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stewart. Wednesday, attending to business. two-weeks AN-NA- even your enemies and trying do good by them. " This production b . From Eleanor H. Porter Novel "PoUyanna?") Publuhed by the Page Company & Screen Adaptation by Franeea Manor Jhotozraphed Ijy Chulea Rather. -- " ir ' sophy upon which tho story is based" constitutes a theme, which at tha present time has an unusually wide dlssatla-factio- n, application. Discontent, unrest Is pictured upon every countenance and is stirring almost every breast. Few upon the bright side, dispensing Joy and gladnesvuble to realize- that If things are bad they could, be worse. Pollyanna, the Glad Girl, plays the Glad.game In such an honest way-a-s to prove to every One if he Is not. happy it's ciearly his own fault. If you think you, have a lot to bo- man gloom sad about, believe that-ol- d has chased joy out o"f your life forever, If you are bowed down under load of business responsibilities that have a tendency to pessimlzo- your good nature, If misfortune has tried to make a pal of you, then a.-m- ost are-lookin- "$J? J " " "IK FARM The National Summer Suit for Men . i for real comfort these warm days wear, 'Summer Suit. Light a KEEP-KOOin weight, snappy tailored, snappy, new models for all young men, 16 to 80 years. Let us show you our new mod- els in standard and summer fabrics. L ' ' ; S - T N V Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. while be behind you and your success Is as- W. H. Riley and Mrs. This show is being put on two days, A girl baby born Into the home of there. that every one may haYo an o-r'cessfu. in other 'ventures3, and enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Estil Allen, of Route respect and confidence of your pouuuuj iu uo ununmn. ten hours after 1, died Tuesday, .Mra. Charlie Leach and children the townsmen, do not apply. Previous " visited Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Porter experience not necessary, but you birth. Sunday and Monday and attended the must own an automobile. Our business is paying capable men at the Brick Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Leach and decoration services $3,000 to $7,500 yearly. State all family attended the decoration ser- House,, Sunday. particulars in first letter regarding vices held at the Brick House Place your age, business experience and HEAVER DAM, KV, Sunday. Wo have a largo assortment of cur. whether you aro a property owner. rent Magazines and Periodicals. All communications and information June 9th and 10th, 1920We can make your screen doors Come In and look over our list. We will bo held in strict confidence. Doors open 7:30 Show begins 8 If SC and windows in any slzo you may re will carry all of tho best at our E. A. Strout Farm Agency Cliildieu 20 Cents,. Admission: Arcado Butldinir, 47t2 quire. Give us your order. Restaurant. Ailultv 10 cents, . & TAYLOR.' & BRO. St. Louis, .Missouri. CASEBIER W. E. ELLIS 46t4 PICKFORD in the Elijah Thomas, returned Saturday SEE MARY greatest picture she ever produced. from Lebanon, Tenn., where he has PrnanpfMv fnrm hnvpfH in the "POLLYANNA". June 9th and 10th. been a student In Cattle Heights Milinumber of 7,500 each week are writ- tary Academy during the past year, inc to or calling at our oriices in. Prof. W. E. Gwynne, of Nashville, Sherman Sufith has purchased the Tenn., was the guest of Mr, McDowell A. Fogle Friday night and Satur- residence property here in town, and ing. We have sold more than 21,000 sefarm of R. M. Wooten, ly- Improved farms. We now wish to to day. the the services of reliable men ing across the river from Hartford. cure as our local representatives in entertainment. act Mrs. W.i C. Ambrose returned TuesAll ministers, teachers, parents ami desirable farming sections in day from Madisonville, where she Mr. J. C. Riley went to Union City, euardlans are' urged to como and The capital, business methods and b , wlth thom any tor wnom they had been visiting relatives a few Tenn., Wednesday, returning yester reputation of the largest farm agency. way responsible. day. Mr. Riley visited his son, Mr in days. the world, established in 1900. will ,"e In any Riley I Salesmen Wanted! Ktrtlf.tIrdlobri.a - 50-ac- re There is no better tonic for theses' who have been the victims of bad luck and as a result are down heartecC than this remarkable play. It carrfort the message of good chear to one and? all. Play the aiad game all through Ufa-I- s the philosophy that Pollyanna's to-valid father taught her and she ap plied it to every circumstance, ana It you see this splendid screen plas she will carry her message to ymr When you leave the theater your r wlll feel refreshed, you will have and vim with which to tacklo-th- e problems necessary for you to. work out. It is to be hoped that every boy amf girl in Ohio County may see this pli ,.. M(.n.. wfnniiPii tu anv narpnt hi. children and is nor better pleased than in any money hoover spent In their education and" new-vigo- IDEAL THEATER - n- s MASTEK COMMISSIONER'S SALE husband, Hiram Early, to O. A. Tay- MASTEK COMMISSIONER'S SALE est nn.l best bidder, at tho Cmrt House doer in Hartford, Ky , on 'on-da- y, lor and same land conveyed to unto Circuit Court. grantor herein on tho 21st day of June 7, 1920. (It being tho Ohio Circuit Court. May, 1900, by Rufus Williams nnd Sallio B. Jackson, et al., Plaintiffs. first day of tho regular tori.i of tho Emma Wedding, et al., Plaintiff. vs. Notice of sale. HEAVER DAM. Ohl6 County Court) about tho hour CIRCUIT COURT. wife, which deed Is of record in deed vs. Notice of sale. of 12:30 P. X., upon n .'relit o a'.x Judge R. W. Slack, Owomboro. book 21, pago 71, Ohio County Hallle T. Jackson, et al., Defendants. n. Smith, et nl., Defendant! Ch'm'n. iBoard W. T. McKenne. Irvln By virtuo of a Judgment and order and tvolo months, the following Pursuant to n Judgment nnd order Clerk's office. C. E. Smith, Hart Coin'th. Attorney ' of sale rendered In tho above styled described property: boundaClerk R. W. King. from tho abovo of sale of tho Ohld Circuit Court en- ry Excepting acres of land lying on tho action at tho May torm, 1920, of tho Being one lot of land lying and beford. about 20 abovo styled action at Pollco Judge J. W. Cooper. tered in the and be- Ohio Circuit Court, directing side Its May torm, 1920 directing mo as west same of Barnett's Creek John B, Master Commissioner to sell themo as ing In Hartford, Ohio County, Ken- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. here- tucky, together with tho improveMarshal R. F. Stovens. land conveyed to commissioner of said court to sell ing inafter described property for the ments thereon, bounded as follows Master Commissioner Otto C. Mar day of tho hereinafter described real estate Hoflln by grantors on tho tin, Hartford. purpose of paying tho debt of M. L. One-haIs of record aero of the' FORDSVILLE. for the purpose of paying tho costs and which deed, Ohio County in deed Heavrin, amounting to $160.00, with town of Hartford, land lying incom- Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Clerk's book Kentucky, of tho abovo styled action, together OfflCOf, page C. per mencing on a street interest thereon at the rate of nnd running with Hartford, Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jone. with tho cost of thli pale, and dividAlso reserving from this convey- cent per annum from June 2,1 1919, the east line of D. F. Trncty's ono let Monday In March II days ing the remainder of tho prdeceds Clerk Olla Cobb. i among those entitled thereto, I will ance tho merchantable timber lying until paid, and tho further sum of aero lot. duo south to his S. E. cor Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslnger;. public outcry to the south of a line beginning on the new $100.00, 6with Interest thereon at the ner; thenco cast one half of same offer for sale at por cent per annum from distance to a stako; thence North to 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. rato of highest and besi bidder, at the court cut road at a bridge and running due July 23, 1919, until paid, and also to Marshal Grant Pollard. tno street; thenco west to tho l0' 1st Monday in July 13 days houso door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon- west to a red oak In a slough; thence pay tho debt of John T. Jackson, ginning. being tho first with said slough to tho west of said day, June 7, 1920, (It Com'th. and Civil. amounting to interest all day of tho regular term of tho Ohio line and being west the merchantable thereon at the $200.00, 6 with cent per ed The purchaser will bo rcnulr 3d Monday In September 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR rate of per to oxecute bonds with security side of said land. timber on the County Court) at nbout tho hour of FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. annum from August 27, 1912, until to bo approved by the commis 3 2:30 V. M., upon a credit of six Grantor is to have reasonable tlmo in which to move said timber, provided paid, and all costs of tho abovo styled sioner, immediately after sale, in 4th Monday In November 13 days and twelvo months, the following de- ho keeps out of tho way of grantee in action, together with tho cost of this two equal County Board of Education E. S. installments, bearing i Com'th. and Civil. scribed real cstato in Ohio County, salo, and dividing the remainder of Interest at the rato of 0 per cent his clearing. Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Howard, S. S. O. C. Tho purchaser will be required to tho proceeds among the parties en- ed on the land sold as additional secuCOUNTY COURT. First tract: On tho waters of titled thereto, I will offer for salo rity. Said bonds to have tho force Div. No. 1 U. A. Owen, Hartford, Slover Run creek, beginning at a fal execute bond with security to be ap- at public outcry to Meets first Monday In each month. the hlgliest and and effect of a Judgment. proved by the commissioner, Immedilen hickory and standing beech, S. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. Given under my hand this the 17th W. corner to the Hamilton 150 aero ately after sale, payable In two equal best bidder, at tho court house door Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsville. County Att'y. A. D. Klrt. tract; thence S. 77 E. 94 poles to Installments, bearing interest at the In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, day of May, 1920. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. a stake tn tho middle of Slover Run, rate of 6 per cent per annum, and a Juno 7, 1920, (It being the first day Clerk W. C. Blankenship. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dim--determ near which la a beech and sugar Hen will be retained on tho land sold of tho regularabout of the Ohio Coun- M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. tho hour of 12:30 as additional security. Said bonds ty Court) at tree, thence down said branch to a Superintendent E. 8. Howard. credit of to have stake in said branch on the Barbour Judgment. the force and effect of a P. M upon afollowing six and twelve .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosinc. months, the described real Jailer Worth Tichenor. line; near a sycamore and sweet Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stovens, Beaver Given under my hand this 17th' estate located and being in Ohio gum; thenco with said Barbour lino Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. County, Ky., near Rockport, and Ohio Circuit Court. B 80 West to Hardin Ajulci'b N. E. day of May, 1920. Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. bounded and described as follows: Moxley, Plaintiff, J. W. corner of a borne tract, a beech and Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Div. No. 0 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. First tract: A parcel or tract of vs. Notice of sale. red oak; thenco a straight lino to the land lying near Rockport, Ohio, Coun- Silvia Simmons, Guardian, et al.. beginning, containing 9 acres. FISCAL COURT. Defendants Second tract: On the waters of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ty, Ky., beginning at tho S. E. corner County Board of Examiners: E. S. f M. A. linden's lot 90. Benton street; By virtuo of a Judgment and order Slover Hun creek, beginning" at luej Meets first Tuesday in April and thence S. 81 W. 9 rods and 18 of sale rendered In tho above styled Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Midklff nndi uriugo on mover Run; tnenco s. Ohio Circuit Court. links to S. W. corner of Harrel Bros action at the May term, 1920, direct- October. W. 92 poles to two beeches, Walter Raymer, Plaintiff. Ira Jones. 77 lot; thence S. 9 E. 6 rods and 4 ing me as commissioner to sell the 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ashby's corner; thence N. 9 W. 37 vs. Notice of Sale. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th links to a stone; thenco S. 83 W. 4 hereinafter described land for tho Route 3. poles to two gums; thence N. 77 E. Silas Simpson, et al., Defendants. rods and 24 links to S. W. corner of purpose of paying the debt of flio 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav 17th. poles to Slover Run, near a wal 90 Pursuant to a Judgment and ornut; thence down said Run to tho der of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court Q. M. Benton's lot; thence S. 8 E. plaintiff, J. W. Moxley, amounting t.c er Dam. 20 rods to stone line the sum EXAMINATIONS interest beginning, containing 20 acres. entered in the above styled action at land; thencea S. 79 In E. 13 of bottom thereon at of $600.00, 6with cent per 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmom. rods and the rato of per Third tract: In the valley of its May term, 1920, directing me as 16 links to corner of west side of Ben- ,nnum trom July 14, 1919, until paid, 4th District G. W. Rowe. Center- Rough River, beginning at a stake,-nea- commissioner of said court to sel Common School Diploma May 14 town. a water beech, marked as a the hereinafter described real estate ton Street, if extended; thence S and all costs of this action, Includ2S4 E. 29 rods and 12 links to a ing tho cost of this sale, I will offer 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - nnd 15 at Hartford. Beaver Dam ,pointer in the original line of Bar- for tho purpose of paying the costs of stone; thenco S. 49 S. W. 56 rods for sale at public outcry to nnd Fordsvillo.. the highbour's, fallen, , E, corner of O. S. tho above styled action, together with town. May 21 and 22 County Teachers a and 22 at low water est and best Hamilton lot; thence with Hamilton's tho cost of this sale and dividing the mark; links toup stake river binding Houso door In bidder at the Court Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. said Hartford, Ky., on Monthence Examination at Hartford, (White). lino S. 82 W. 78 poles to two syca- remainder of the proceeds among on low water mark to sugar tree day, June, 7, 1920, (it being the first 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. mores on Slover Run; thence S. S3 May 2S and 29 County Teachers" those entitled thereto, I will offer 68 poles to a stone; thence N. 82 E. for sale at public outcry to the high on bank of Green river at mouth of day of the regular term of the Ohio 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart Examinotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). Doe Run; thence N. 35 E. 104 poles County Court) at about the hour of 78 poles to a stake on Slover Run in est and best bidder, at the court ford, Route 6. Juno IS and 19 County and and hickory; 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six the original lino of Barbour's patent house door in Hartford, Ky., on Mon- to 'a sweet gum, ash the public W. to road and twelvo months, the following Examination at Fordsville, HARTFORD. nnd with same N. 8 W. 68 poles to day, June 7, 1920, (it being the first thence N. 31 on described real estate, lying and be(White). the beginning, containing 33 acres, day of the regular term of the Ohio withI. C. R. R. right of way; thence ing In Ohio County, Ky., Mayor J. E. Bean. said road and right of way westand boun more or less. County Court) at about the hour of June 25 and 26 County and Clerk J. A. Howard. A strip of land on the west side 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and erly to Jackson's alley, opening on I. ecj as follows: Examination at Hartford, C. right of way; thence S. 30 E. 256 Beginning at a stone on the east Police Judge C. M. Crowe. reof this tract one rod in width is twelve months, the following describ feet with east side of (Colored). this alley to N. side of the Hartford and Hardins-bur- g served for a road. Also three trees Marshal E. P. Casebler., ed real estate in Ohio County, Ken- E. corner of Elizabeth road; thence N. 1 East 33 Kevil's lot; Sept. 17 and IS County nnd ono white oak and two hickories tucky, on the waters of Indian Camp thence with her lot line S. 15, E 10 poles to a stone and sugar tree markaro reserved for the use and benefit Creek and bounded as follows i ROCKPORT Examination nt Hartford, pointers; thence of Mary Smith. Beginning at a fallen white oak on rods and 13 links to corner of same;3 ed as poles to a sycamore; S. S2 East Chm'n. BoarU W. G. Her. (Whito). 22 thenco with her line S. 43 thence N. W. The first two tracts described here- a branch; thence N. S2 E. 38 poles Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Sept. 24 and 25 County and in being same land conveyed to John to a stone; thence S. 24 W. 42 polos rods and 5 links to line of Wakeland 59 W. 39 poles to a stone; thence S. 33 Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. W. 10 poles to a stone on the Examination at Hartford, A. Smith by G. S. Hamilton and wife to a stone; thence S. 41 poles to a lot; thence with this line lot S. 39 W. bank of a branch; thence up said Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. on August 17, 1897, deed of record large white oak on a small drain; to corner of same; thence S. 82 (Colored). 315 feet to a stone in Ham's line; branch with its meanders N. 46 W In the Ohio County Clerk's office In thence S. 51 W. 84 poles to a stone thence with lines of Ham lot to cor- 30 poles to a stono; thence S. 24 W. deed book 17, page 344. The, third on east side of Hines Mill and 1 of W. lot; thenco tract being same land conveyed to road; thence with said road ner lot J. L. HendrieW. corner of with 16 poles to aa stone; thenco N. 18 W. poles to stone; thence N. 63 lines to S. said John A. Smith by G. B. Smith, et al., N. 58 W. 37 poles, when reduced to a his 20 poles to a stone; thence N. 61' W. on February 4, 1905, deed of record straight line, to a stone in said road; Hendrio's lot; thence with another in the Ohio County Clerk's office in thence N. 17 E. 80 poles to a white of tho Hendrie lot lines N. 9 W. 11 19 poles to a black gum; thence S. 1 link to Plum Street; 67 E. 19 poles to a whlto oak and deed book 27, page 417. oak and sweet gum on a branch; rods and K7 ZT The purchaser will be required to thence N. 67 E. 60 poles to the be- thence with south side of Plum dog wood; thence S. 48 W. 124 poles Street South 81 W. 9 rods and 22 to a stone; thenco S. IS E. 79 poles execute bonds with security to be ap- ginning, containing 56 acres. M proved by tho commissioner, imrftH fill llkl The same being part of the E. H. links to west side of Benton street; to a stone on North side of road from llli'lH aLiV mediately after sale, payable In equal Whittinghill land and conveyed to thence North with west side of Ben- Fordsville to Trisler, Ky.; thence FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE with said road SO poles to a stone installments due In six and twelve Stanford Simpson by Robert Simp- ton Street to the beginning. Being same land conveyed to Shel- corner to T. J. Whittinghill; thence Unsolved In water for douches atop months, bearing interest at the rate son on December 29, 1897, which pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamof 6 per cent per annum, and a Hen deed Is of record In the Ohio Countv by Jackson, et al., by F. L. Felix, N. 34 E. 36 poles to a stone; thence mation. Recommended by Lydia E. will be retained on the land sold as Clerk's office in deed book 19, page Master Commissioner of the Ohio N. 47 W. 54 poles to tho beginning. Circuit Court, on November 21, 190S containing S3 acres, less about three Finkham Med. Co. for ten yean. security. additional Said bonds to 532. A healiaff wonder for natal catarrh, which deed of Comr's acres sold Tiavo the force and effect of a JudgThe purchaser will be required to deed book 1, ispage record In County separated to Emmltt Coppage and ore throat and tore eye- - Economical. 24, Ohio from said land by road ment. execute bond with security to be apMi7 tnim ud tienucidil power. leading from Trisler to Askins. L PL:1J C If my hand this the 17th proved by the commissioner, Immedi- Clerk's office. Given under Being same land conveyed to Ivy VnaO. ThtPMtonTcartConipMiT.Dortco.MtM. Second tract: A tract of land in day of May, 1920. ately after sale, payable In equal inOTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. A Safe Old Fashioned stallments due In six and twelve Ohio County. Being a certain tract Simmons by Payton Basham and wife Ik) If M. Li. Heavrin, Attorney. months, bearing interest at the rate of land upon which there is a dwell- on the 14th day of July, 1919, which Remedy for Worms ing house, lying in Ohio County, Ken- deed Is of record in deed book 5S, of 6 per cent per annum, and a lien tucky, on the bank of Green River, page 140, Ohio County Clerk's office. Seven tyfivn yean con MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE will be retained on the land sold as known as the The to uae is the best testiadditional security. Said bonds to moro particular"Shaft Place,"offor a execute purchaser will be required apdescription bond with security to be monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE this have the force and effect of a JudgOhio Circuit Court. land see record of deeds from A. W. proved by the commissioner, immedican oiler you. ment. W. M. Heflln, et. al., Plaintiffs. W. Keep a bottle always on vs. Notice of Sale. Given under my hand this 17th andS.E.A. Davis and Mary F. Nichols ately after sale, in two equal payto Jackson, and also see deci- ments, bearing interest at the rate of hand. It will help keep day of May, '1920. W. A. Higgs, et al., Defendants. sions of the Ohio Circuit Court in the 6 par cent per anuum, and a lien will the little one happy and OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. By virtue of a judgment and orhealthy. establishment of a line in case of S. be retained on the land sold as ad der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. 30c bottle at your drunut'fccr A. Jackson vs. Lem Curtis and others, ditional security. Said bonds to a rendered at Its May term,1 1920, dicentral atores or if your dealer said land as Succeed when everything else falls. recting me as commissioner to sell MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE ginning atIs abounded treefollows: Be- havo force and effect of a Judgment. can'inipplj'jrou.aerKlhisname sugar Given under my hand this the 17 and beech In nervous prostration and female and 30c in atarnpo and well tho hereinafter described land for the aend you a bottle promptly. on the bank of Green River; thence day of May, 1920. vcalcnesse- - they are the supremo purpose of paying the debt of W. M Ohio Circuit Court. L & S. BEY. Btliiosrr. Hi. N. 35 E. 104 poles to a sweet gum, OTTO C. MARTIN. M c. remedy, ax thousands have testified. Heflln and A. B. McCarty, amount- J. W. Maddox. et al., Plaintiffs. ash and hickory; thence S. 77 E. 140 M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. ing to $2,000.00, with interest thereFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND vs. Notice of sale. poles to two white oaks and two 4 on at the rate of 6 per cent per an Ex parte. STOMlRUTDflllRI aV hickories; thence S. 42 W. to two num from December 9, 1918, until k it is the best medicine Pursuant to a Judgment and order hickories, maple and nsh on the bank ever sold I paid, credit by $1,000.00 paid March of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, en of Green over a druggist's counter. 4 River; thenco down the FOR FLETCHER'S 1st., 1919, and also to pay the debt tered in the above styled action at its to beginning, containing of B. J. Milton, amounting to the May term, 1920, directing mo as com- same acres.theWhich WILL F 100 tract was consum of $1500.00, with Interest there- missioner of said court to sell the veyed to TAKE Sallle B. Jackson on the 3rd, on at the rate of 6 per cent per annum hereinafter described real estate for day of August from December 9, 1918, until paid, the purpose of paying tho costs of the Jackson, which 1898, by Elizabeth L. deed is of record in together with all costs of the above above styled action, together with styled action, including the cost of the cost of this sale, and dividing deed book IS, page 474 Ohio CounClerk's office. this sale. I will offer for sale at the remainder of the proceeds among ty Third tract: A A Treatment certain tract of land public outcry to the highest and best those entitled thereto, I will offer lying in the bidder at the Court House door In for sale at public outcry to tho high- situated and of Kentucky, County of for WEAK- Ohio, State near the Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, est and best bidder at the Court of WaaaaV aaV "1 LUNGS or Juno 7, 1920, (it being the first day House door In Hartford, Ky., on Mon townand Rockport, beginning at a gum hickory; thence S. 77 E. 49 of the regular term of the Ohio Coun- day, June 7, 1920, (It being tho first ash poles to CONSUMPTION ty Court) at about the hour of 12:30 .day of the regular term of the Ohio 2 E. 40 a stake or stono; thence N. poles to a stone; thenej N. P. M upon a credit of six and twelve County Court) at about the hour of 77 W. 80 poles to a beech and gum; months, tho following described real 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of six and thenco A quick relief (or that tired, rundown feeling, estate, lying nnd being in Ohio twelvo months, the following describ- ginning, S. 31 E. 60 poles to the becontaining 20 acres, more or coughs, palm in cheit. night sweats, hemor County, Kentucky, on the waters of ed real estate In Ohio County, Kenless. Being the same land conveyed rhagei, weak lungs or consumption. If it doc Barnett's Creek, and bounded as fol- tucky. not help you II costs you nothlag. to Sallle B. Jackson, on August 3rd, as lows: A tract of land lying and being in T. Jackson, w.hich deed Lock box 016. 1st tract. Containing about threo Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of 1898, by Johnin deed OHIO MEDICAL GO, record book 18, page columbus o. acres and bounded on the north by Penther creek and a part of the Is of Ohio County Clerk's office. tho Hartford and LIvermore road; 3000 acre survey in the name of 473, The purchaser will be required to on the east and south by the land Thomas Goodwin, and bounded as execute bonds with security to be apAN Ingersoll display in owned by Rufus Williams and on the follows: " proved by tho commissioner Im Over fifty years ago a young a window shows a west by R. A. Rowan, and the WoodBeginning nt four beeches and two mediately after sale, in two equal physician practiced Vridely in a Hall land and being same land ashes on the bank of Panther Creek pnyments, bearing men's store where you can be interest at the rate conveyed to the grantor by A. R. Plr-tl- e and lower corner of the Ford tract; rural district and became famous "fitted" to one of the dozen of 6 per cent per annum, and a Hen and wife on the 9th day of De- tnenco with a lino thereof S. 10 E. will be retained on for his uniform success in the or more Ingersolls - ac- -' the land sold as cember, 1918, which deed Is of 119 poles and 10 links to three dog- additional security. curing of disease. This was Dr. Said bonds to cording to your own spepace-rccoru in ueea nook woods and sassafras; thence with n have the force and effect of a Judgcial needs. Pierce, who., afterwards estabOhio County Clerk's office, and same lino of the 100 acre tract, N. 61 property now used by the grantors 109 poles and 1,4 links to a stake W. ment. Call on an Ingersoll lished himself in Buffalo, N. Y in Given under my hand this the 17th as a homestead in the village of Hef- J. S. Lake's lino; thence with same day dealer today and let him of May, 1920. and placed one of his prescriptions, , lln. Ky. N. 23 E. 7 poles and 15 links to a help you select. OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. which he called "Golden Medical 2nd tract: Beginning at a beech stone; thence with another of his M. L. Heavrin, Barnes & Smith, on the bank of Barnett's Creek, cor- lines, N. 39 W. 79 poles to a large Discovery," In the drug stores of ner to tract of 90 acres conveyed to black oak and two hickories: thence Attorneys. the United States so that the pub . Isabell Morgan by A. Woodward; N. 5ti E. 81 poles to three beeches, lic could easily obtain this very Waterbury RadJoIito MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Radlolito thence down said creek with its white oak and sugar tree on the bank Teel rlcht tho Don't 93.50 remarkable tonic, corrective and from work all days time.taking lay of fowled f6.35 meanders west 53 poles in a straighr of Panther Creek; thence up creek by calomel for lino to n beech about two poles eaBt as it meanders to tho beginning, conblood -- maker. Dr, Pierce manuOhio Circuit Court. Liv- - Ver-Lo- x when pleasant keeps yo( of the bridge; thence N. 80 W. 36 taining 62 acres by survey. Mrs. M. F. Mauzy. et. al., Plaintiffs. factured this "Discovery" from on your feet, while relieving your troujbi vs. Notice of Sale. roles and 9 links to a stone In EdThe purchaser will be required to roots and barks a corrective le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl Taylor's line; thence with execute bonds with security to bo Mae Mauzy, et al., Defendants. mund anything remedy, tho ingredients of which take Eliminates else. You can't afford said line 59 E. 252 poles to a gum upproved by the commissioner, imPursuant to a Judgment and orpoisons, cleanses syw it. and ash, T. Coleman's S. W. corner mediately after sale, in two equal der pf sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, nature had put in the fields and tern and relieves constipation. A nat of his one thousand acre survey; payments, bearing Interest at the entered in the ubovo styled action at ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura forests, for keeping us healthy. thence with his lino N. 80 W. 80 rate of 6 per cent per annum and a Its May term, 1920, directing mo as certain results. Few folks or families now living in its effect andbefore Liv-in VvLwe If poles to two water oaks, gum and lion will be retained on tho land sold Commissioner of said (Vut to sell won't be long win have not at sometime or other used completely displace calomel in ever) hickory; thence N. 10 W. 228 poles as additional security. Said bonds the hereinafter described property Children can take it freely 10 links to the beginning, con to have tho force and. effect of a. for the purpose of paying the cost of this "Golden Medical Discovery" home.. and perfect taining 120 acres, more or less. the above styled artlon. including Judgment. for the stomach, liver and heart. anteed. 50c safety. Every bottle guarand $1 in bottles. Non Being same land purchased from CSIven under my hand this tho 17th the cost of this sale, and dividing tho -- four million Over twenty bottles genuino without the likeness and sign1 Eliza Chapman and others by Wti, day of May, 1920. remainder of tho proceeds among of this tonic and blood remedy turo of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by C. Morgan, nnd by him willed to those entitled thereto, I will offer OTTO C. MARTIN, M. 0. have been Bold in this country. Sanblrlo Early and by her and her M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. for sale at public outcry to the high- lf e. r Stato-TeacherStato-TeachorStato-TeacherState-TeacherMor-ganto- DIRECTORY rEvery Woman Wantsl mM m Mothers use 5 jrfK J vefMiu e iC. us W Electric Bitters ?"fy Ch.il dj en Cry CASTO R A YOU, OUR GERMINAL REMEDY RHvmT f'- - FORGONE MONTH See the Display! USE LI V-VER-- LAX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, i anfl-wit- t r - V ;s v them the organization and tho means QUEER CUSTOMS with which to do It. you Is thcro any good reason why OF THE CHINESE should not Join your County Bureau Honey and nut sandwiches nro vory Wo arc too prono to fuss nt the buy- today7 All required Is for you to sign up Mix tho honey with pectin er. Instead of fussing nt curseUes good Wo get n bunch of hogs ready for and pay your yearly dues. meats or almonds minced, nnd mako A Child's First Birthday Is tho mnrkot nnd sell them to tho locm into sandwiches with small baking-powdMade Occasion Of Great buyer. As a rule, ho is ti nice fellow, biscuits. $100 Reward, $100 honest, and a good citizen, but ho Is The reader of this paper wilt be Festivities. pleased to learn that there la at For a change, try honey nnd crcnm-chccs- o engaged in n useless accupation It wo one dreaded disease that science least has been able to euro In all Its Mages and Mix honey with farmers wero using good buslnes snndwlches. thnt Is catarrh. Catarrh cream checso nnd use as filling for Judgment. This buyer will toll you Influenced by constitutionalbeing greatly When a new baby arrives in China conditions is nil right, but thnt requires constitutional treatment Hall's it is the custom for tho mother's biscuit sand- thnt bread or baking-powdCatarrh Medicine Is tal.en Internally and Ho nets thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur- parents to supply Chopped nut may bo added "farmers won't stick together" wiches It with several outIs too smart to say, "Farmers haven't faces of the System thereby destroying honey and chocse if desired, to tho the foundation of the disease, giving the fits of clothing. . If the baby's matergot business senso enough to sell co- patient strength by building up the condoing Its nal grandparents nre wealthy It Is and operatively." Sad to say, you can stitution The assisting nature In so much not unusual for them to furnish Its proprietors .have worlc. Mnko over only things that are find apparently sensible farmers who faith In the curative power of Hall's they offer One clothes until It Is five or 10 years old needed nnd suited for Immediate uso. Medicine help him spread this propaganda, Catarrh Dollars forthat case that It talis any Hundred Though customs vary In different This Involves planning tho wardrobe, that cure. Snd for list of testimonials "farmers won't stick." Yet they toAddress F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, provinces, Just as dialects do, It Is a nnd making n careful selection of tin Ohio. Bold by all Druggists, 75c. common thing, when the child Is threo things It should contain. A made-ov- have been "sticking" to thresh their mt wheat and In corn shreddays old for tho parents to present dress that docs not hnrmonlzo ding etc. Theso nro Jobs they can't NATIONAL CATHOLIC SHRINE boiled eggs, dyed red, to relatives, with tho coat and hat that must bo do by thoy can give friends and neighbors, thereby signiworn With It, represents a sad bit of away themselves." but A national shrlno ot tho Immacu10 per cent of their earnings fying that they hope that their chilmisdirected onorgy. without the help of anyone except the late Conception Is to be ral ) at a dren will ho as numerous as the My observation has cost of f 5,000,000 on the grounds ot eggs. local shipper. It is extremely doubtful whethConvert Brush Into Pasture been that the fellow that talked such tho Catholic university at Washing-on- . er anyone ever really hopes any such There nro many hundreds of thou- talk as "farmers won't stick," was A field mass was :olobratod and sands of acres of land grown up In usually tho first "bird" to "fly tho the hU-- j of the shrine w-- blessed bv thing for frequently the number of brush that should bo In permanent coop" it a marketing agrcoment va3 Archbishop Bonzano, npnstoltc dele- eggs given away totaU 2000 or more For tho baby's bath, two tubs of pasture. Most farms nit over tho made. gate ro tho United Sta'-- . In ihi water are made ready, .one for its country have- some such acres. With ce 1 know a couplo of farmers who of a largo assemblage, many labor as high as it is at present, ma- shipped one car ot hogs together last of whom hnd, como from distant body, and one for its head. Dragon's ny farmers flguro thnt they can not year and' they were weighed nt the points. The style of the new build- eyes and peanuts are thrown Into sup.afford to clear brush land for pasturo loading point, that they might get an ing will be similar to that of many of ho water In both tubs, this being posed to Insure long life and success but the United States Department of Idea ot tho savings in shipping togeth- the famous cathedrals of Europe. Agriculture points out that tho labor er. They mndo $288 on this one car Thore will be no pews to detract In all undertakings of the child's employed on pracatlcally any farm Two other farmers made $220 on one from the Interior view. A vast dome adult life. It is customary for rela tives to drop money liberally into the can bo utilized to clear from ono to car ot small cattle. 225 feet high will bo surmounted by water. 4i few acres of brush land every year Why not try t? Go over and see a cross, and there will be a campanile In order to ward off evil spirits nt times when' regular farm work can Hill, ho would be glad to put in his or bell tower 385 feet high. Beand prevent them from. Interfering aiot bo done. Tho brush enn bo clear- forty-thre- e twenty-eigh- t; neath tho sanctuary will be a crypt hogs. Sam hns with the child's growth and developed away at nny time, of course, nnd he also would Jump nt tho capable of accomodating 1200 worafter It is off tho ground may bo chance to "go in together" nnd ship. shipers, the first structuro ot its kind ment a little locket, mado of gold, silver and Jade and bearing the inplowed nt Intervals when tho tilled You havo twenty-on- o nnd your son In the United States. scription "Long life and riches," is Ev Holds are too wet for plowing, Charles has ten. This will mnko a t put on its wrist or about its neck soon ory ncro of land cleared and put In J nice load. Tho commission men will Bonzo Is Not n Good Cure. permanont pasture means an invest- bo glad to see you, and they will give (From tho Ames Iowa Intelligencer) after birth, to lock up its life securely. In many Instances the money for will pay dividends through you n sale bill showing the weight of ment that When a man ponies to you all doua lifetime. The kinds of grass to each lot and flguro out the expenso bled up with pain and declares he will this locket Is solicited from neighsow vary with the locality. The De- proportionately, and when you get die In your presence unless you pro- bors. This is almost invariably the partment of Agriculture has conduct- home with the check you can leave cure him a drink of whiskey, send' rule if the parents havo lost other ed oxtonslvo Investigations to detor-mln- o tho sale bill at the bank and each htm to a doctor or else give him a children. This locket is usually worn until the best methods of making follow can Seo Just what his hogs dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarthe age of 20 or 30 years and not inpermanent pastures in tho various brought and his part of tho expense. rhoea Remedy. Thero Is a mistaken frequently it Is neror taken off. It sections of tho country. You can mark each lot If you like or notion among a whole lot ot people Is commonly believed that taking oft you can partition tho car, putting each that booze Is tho best remedy for the locket will result in death hut Kind Of Poultry Kent On Tho General lot In seperato pens. My neighbors colic and stomach ache. m this belief has never been put to tho Fnrm marked one car by putting a hog ring est as Chinamen are too superstitious Tho hen, first and last, Is tho main in the right ear of ono lot and In tho PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION' to risk sch matters. Increasing tho supply left ear of tho other lot. When you dependence for The left ear of a boy baby Is piercof white meat and eggs on n farm, havo tried this and find how simple Washington, May 21 Propresslvo ed for an ear-rin- g and he Is otherwise requires tho aid of turkeys, It is to but she you will be glad to legislation by which the Government guineas, geese, and ducks Just as, on do as I havo done, tell your neigh- no longer Issues patents for private treated as a girl. Girl babies are a dairy farm, the cow requires the aid bors about how you and your son ownership ot public domain contain- dressed as boys and sometimes they of pigs, sheep, and gonts. Tho setting and Sam and Bill saved money by ing oil and other valuable minerals continue so disguised until they are 12 or more years old. A superstiof tho standard at 100 hens per farm shipping together. but leases them with a generous tious belief that evil spirits may be is safo, but no.auch arbitrary stanto the United States treasury deceived in this way is back of this dard can be set for the other kinds Eggs from 'stolen' nests should not has been enacted by tho present Re- custom. Nevertheless, It is frequentof poultry, say the poultry specialists bo marketed; they nro of unknown publican Congress. ly of considerable advantage to girls, of tho United States Department of ago and quality and should bo used This is considered not only a long as It gives them greator freedom and Agriculture. at homo. step forward In tho development of favots normal development. The small farm, with grain fields of the remaining public lands ot the A month alter tho child's birth Its neighboring farms In proximity to the and brown-shelle- d country, but a revolutionary legal de- parents give what la called the "shavMarket whlte-sholle- d doorynrd, would, perhaps, barn and eggs in separate packages parture which has been asked by occabq better without turkeys. Tho farm Eggs irregular in shape, thoso which those at progressive tendency for ing feast." On this eventful sion tho barber comes and shaves off no streams run and arc unusually long or through which or more than a decade. Under it the except a small tuft on which has no largo pond would per-lia- which have shells othorwise defective, United States will no longer give all of its hair the fore part of the head. ducks. But bo bettor without should bo kept by tho producer for away its natural resources. At length when the little one Is tho circumscribed farm on which tur-Ito- home uso, so that breakage in transit Necessity for conservation ot the old enough to play with toys the fond bo a disadvantage may bo may bo would reduced as much as possible. oil supply had long been apparen parents place before it on a table, a well supplied with streams and ponds It Is only necessary to Indicate the sword, a book, a pen, medicine, needso that ducks would bo unusually I low' It Works fact that 3,500,000 automobiles use les, boats, etc., and allow it to take profitable, and tho farm that has no Tho Stato Legislature Is In ses- It every day In tho United States. It up whatever appeals to It most. The streams nnd ponds may have largo sion. Many bills have been pro- Is used more and more in engineerrango for turkeys. Each farm family posed; many now laws are to bo ing. Both the British and American Idea Is that the youngster's choice betokens the occupation or business Till have to determine for itself what inn do. navies uso It exclusively. It is es- It will .follow when ll grows to maadpoultry can bo profitably kept In Business men aro organized and timated that thoro remains of pea pen, tho supdition to 100 hens, bearing In mind have capital. Whenovor a bill cornea troleum In tho ground In this coun- turity; if it chooseswill bo a writer; position is that it number up always that nn ndequato that In any way offects business try something like 7,704,000,000 bar-tel- s If a book, It will bo a scholar, and so should bo kopt of all tho kinds for representatives of theso men work At last year's rato of pro- on. If the symbol chosen happens to which frco range can bo found. years will bo bo In lino with tho paronts' ambitions for 'that bill or oppbse It, us thoy duction but twenty-nin- e required to exhaust tho supply. wish. for tho child thoy aro delighted but Fowls for breeding purposes should j And your law makers aro duly ImIf It chooses a symbol of a calling or healthy, vigorous birds. pressed. bo stroiiB, SENATE BILL TO PREVENT trade that Is displeasing they will inThe comb, faco ariu wattles should bo Labor Is organized. Its representaRAIL STRIKES REPORTED sist that thore is nothing In tho test color, eyes briglit nnd of a bright-re- d tives aro on hand. If thore Is a bill anyway. fairly prominoiit, head comparative-- 1 thnt Is in any way injurious to laFavorable Washington, May 28 It tho child at any time becomes ly broad and short nnd not long or bor will onduro no Injustice. If labor report was ordored today by tho Sou-at- o gravely ill its mother hastons to tho crov-shapelegs set.woll npart and wishes the enactment of a now lw Inferstato Commerce Committee templo nnd solemnly promises the straight, plumago clean and omootk It says so, and says so emphatically. on tho Polndexter bill designed to gods to consecrate Its life to their serAnd your law makers aro duly Im prevent interruption of transporta- vice If they will intervene. to save Two Can pressed. tion by strikes of railroad employes. its llfo. Thus Jt often happens that does not necotsarllv. Whoa business or labor speaks lawTho committee amended tho mea- young Chinamen becomo monks very w an a great mnny pcoplo' pooling j makers seo more than tho fow mon sure by attaching provisions similar nuch against tholr will. their Interests. That two fanneisi speaking1 thoy look at the vast or- to tho o clauses eliminated Tho child's first birthday Is made In tho selling gamo l can Of ganization behind theso oprosnta-tlve- s. from tho railroad reorganization bill tho occasion of great festivities. shown In tho following artlclo written after labor leaders had niado strong ten great quantities of 'mien' (noott-leAgriculturist by V. lor the Southern And the farmer woll ho Is not protests. Action on tho Polndexter aro prepared nnd sont about to J Lnne, ot Laruo County. Ky: Ho Is bill la not expected until Congress re- all tho thoro during tho relatives and friends. SucHeading tho lottors of marketing nt homo. This Is tho reason why convenes after tho national conven- ceeding birthdays are scarcely noticexperiences leads mo to bellovo that farming interests do not cut a larg- tions. ed until the 10th. Then a great cele wo farmers do not put though er figure in our legislative halls. The bill as reported .would make a bration is held. enough In our selling problems ' THE REMEDY Organization and felony ot any proven Intent to ob"When Mr. Farmer realizes that ho Capital. struct or prevent tho movement of A regular morning operation of tho nlono can correct tho evils of marketTho Kentucky Farm Bureau Feder- commodities in interstate commerce bowels puts you in fine shape for tho wo see progrdkslve plans ing, then ation Is the organization. by persuading persons to quit work day's work. If you miss It you feel lut to use to mark at tho products Capital upon which to work it will or by destroying property and would uncomfortable and cannot put vim havo If you and your friends Join provide for punishment ot persons into your moteianntfl. For all bowol your local Cpunty Bureau. who through violence or threats pre-vo- Irregularities HERBINE Is the reme omployes from continuing work dy. And make no mistake, friend, tho strengthens and reg It e prolslon of tho ulates. purifies, 60c. Sold by Ohio Tho farmer will never como Into his own follows a often Price until thero is organization and capital rallrad bill as added to the Polndex- County Drug Co. n-- . Cold with which to work. ter measure would prohibit two or mm V KILL THE COLD! ALL A DREAM? CAN'T BE DONE? more persons from conspiring WOMEN DEFEAT MEN Listen to what one Stato did more bring about a strike that would tia HILL'S commerce. a. year ago: ap interstate than Officers ot tho male persuasion will Consider Illinois. A Legislative was maintained at tho SHOE SOLES FROM AUTO TIRES not be in evidence this year In the Committee municipal government of Jackson, Stato Capital which saw to It that tha At Easton, Md., tho pupils ot col- Wyo, As n result of the election all got a square deal from the tanners flnrmiDt ored schools tor vocational training the positions will be occupied by wolegislature. remedy for JO yein men, the men candidates, who wer Stindsrd cold They succeeded in passing evory have made a success ot half-solik. - ..I.I.. formJe. BUM. DO .... . MM In II .. .?,.!?. k thoy shoes with pieces of old automobile gathered together In opposition to bill which they approved and k relieve grip in J dim. bour In killing every tires in placo ot leathor, Officials tho women, having been defeated by back k Money..I.. If ittilfall.a The likewise succeededobjected. KtA is. who inspected the work stated that a vote ot two to one. One ot tho canwhich they l,p with Mr. "lfurt bill to didates, tor councilman defeatod her Is what your own Kentucky the finished Job mado a very presentThis picture. husband for that office. start you furnish able appoaranco. AtAlturui Farm Bureau will do If FARM DEPARTMENT. er 15PluidDrachmj Net Contents rCASTDRIA I5 l- (IJ " mi CASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria er li" -. 7. ALGOHOI'-OJt'ii""':- "" ' - i?T ( (I AVciic!aWcrfcparalionrofM-- ungUlCJloinau'J """-- ' Always Bears the Mi & er sllo-flllln- g, Thereby IVoraolinSDttcW T. UKCnumC5 mm " nCimCrMm.NcTnf0ct Signature A of Mineral, w Senna jccfrafOMriMOMWi oTiwy - -- -, vViF J In -- horn?. ;. . hMrcrrrKlitnf ". . in nAvftr ..- pn.-'pn- .LOSS or "ynr) rcsulliniihercftotnjnlnftacy. teeSc'G. VnSsand1: UllUI c - stVI m Use For Over VAii? if racSimilcSijnatarepr (&M&0 InxCwwDn001 sisiSivvVMVVTlxVTj-iiisiiiii- H.W fee? NEWfiSi T Thirty Years CASTORIA TMt Esait Copy of Wrapper. CINMUR OOMMNT. TOK CITT A HUGE AMERICAN RUBBER PLANTATION The fascination which the strange lands of the Far East have held for tho average American is taking on a more tangible form, now that trave' and business are bringing Asia and the United States into closer contact. No article of commerce is doing more to bring this country into close touch with tho mystic East than rubber. The rapid rise, to supremacy in the production of crude rubber of tho islands of the Indian Ocean, 'combined with the fact that America consumes nearly three-quarteof all the rubber grown there, has given many Americans an op pdttunity to peep behind the scenes and become acquainted with the lands and peoples of that distant quarter of the globe. Although the whole equatorial belt in that section is dotted with rubber plantations, representing a capital in vestment of nearly halt a billion dol lars, the thoughts ot Americans naturally center on Sumatra, where one ot America's greatest corporations has established a plantation so vast in area and so highly developed that It stan,ds out as the greatest single plantation In the world. This Is the plantation of the United States Rubber Company, comprising seventy square miles of growing trees, an enterprise 'marked throughout by n magnitude and an efficiency worthy of the best American traditions By producing its own rubber tho compnny is in a position to establish ' a uniformity in its manufactured pro duct, especially United State tires such as rubber manufacturers have long craved. rs plot afoot to sovietize the world. There are accumulating signs that sovletlsm Is the great bogoy of 'tho allied powers, who are frankly afraid of the spread ot Lenlne's Bway eastward and w'estward. An alliance between Russia, Germany and Japan is counted among the probabilities that might grow out of such a spread of bolshovism. The strength or tho Moscow government is at last realized by England, who, frightened by the invasion of Persia, is foreseeing the eventual loss of Turkey, Mesopotamia and even India, unless tho allies are prepared to back up tho British military operations against tho Soviets. In-co- thin-shelle- d, ps ys Helps Sick Women Cardul, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what "I had a she writes: general breaking-dow- r: ot my health. 1 was In bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend told me I had tried eVery-ibi- ng else, why not I old, and Cardul? soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." , I ... , I If you havo tho Itch, don't scratch. It does not euro the troublo a,nd makes tho skin bleed. Apply I3AL-LAUD- 'S d, SNOW "LINIMENT In gently on tho' affected Rub It TAKE parts. It antl-strllc- relieves Itching Instantly and a fowl applications removes' tho cause thus performing a pormanent mre. Prlcoj 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle Sold m by Ohio County Diug C.i . I - s) INTERNATIONAL SECRET SERVICE ORGANIZED BY U. S. The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizIs your zy, worn-ou- t? lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardul a trial? It should surely do for you what it R3s done for so many thousands of other women who suffered It should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardul. She will tell you how It helped her. Try Cardul. g. nt Pneumonia Neglected m.rco Paris, May 25 Amazing disclosures of tho exlstonco of an intorna-tlop- al ramifisecret and world-widby the United cations, organized States, Franco, Britain and Italy to combat alleged Bolshevist plots to the world, wore revealed today .when It was learned that hundreds ot arrests havo been mado In France during the last two weeks. Including practically evory promie, anti-strik- CASCARAhr$PNINI nent radical agitator. The French police, In making theso arrests, aro said to have been acting on instructions obtained by International secret agents who have In some cases actually held Important posts In the soviet government and therefore know tho Inner workings of tho Leninist system. agents aro Americans, 1..1-1- i mmmL ft. Among these Frenchmen, Englishmen, Spaniards and Danes. The founding ot the international secret service is believed to havo been broached by tho secret service chief of the United States Department ot'Justlce, following admission by American radicals that there is a All Druggists "t 'Y. t.tfaLiLAi i r .1 . .M- -.- .111.. 'jA i'Ut.Ji.. jAM - O.. A.JI . . uj. , 1M .V lb. . i vhcre last week, with his father. A Imoy girl wa born to thu xi'e REPORTED TO FRIEND of Mr. Joo Bishop,- Tuesday May 2C. Mr. Chester M. Wado arrived luro ."iMHMin Snys lip I'rpfcrs I'ulniCM Monday, to bo the guest of relative. -Mnt. H. M. Combs and children Successor Prosecute. went to Hartford, Wednesday, shop' Wttfhlngton, Juno 2. D. M. ping. Miss Mary Daylson, of Darrett's nnrnuh, former chairman of the War ndnltrlcs Uoard, wroto to Heprc-iniatlv- o Kerry, Is tho guest of Miss Myrtlo Payne. Mason, Republican, today, asking that ho submit nt I Mr. Romnoy Helton and farilly with friends In "pco tb Cong ess and the attorney spent the week-en- d tSdnoral tho o.'Ulonco which prompted Dundco. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucas Davis, of Madl- 3ilm to chnrco !n tho Housj recently thnt Mr. Baruch had Stiilon $o0.- - spnvllle, are visiting their father, Mr ObO.000 from the government In iop-pp- i' J. F. Smith. I Mr. W. P. Cornell nnd son, of alone." wore hero a few days the first Mr. Baruch tut 'her demanded that "ho he "Immediately bniight to the of this, weok. Mrs. A. .T. Howard, who has been "hnr of justice and condemned to nulto ill of rheumatism, Is consideraguilty nnd punishment if ,, If Innoci-n- t from th.i Infamous bly Improved. Miss Nina 'Cornell left yesterday .and malicious thargo ;'on n'nira I for Caneyville, where sho goes to me Mr. Mason in a letter of reply made visit Miss Vadna Muffct. rpnhllc tonight, said that slnco Ion;- - j Mr. W. K. Hardin, who Is employ ing.rver his provlous statement ho od nt McIIenry Mines, spent the woek-wonamend It to sny that "you and and hero, with hl3 family. Mrs. J. T. Hoagland and son, Dud ..yonr associates stole $200,000,000 In copper alone." Ho added that tho ley, of Fordsvllle, are spending the matter on whlrh ho based his charges week with relatives at Clear Run. already was before Congiess in ron- - ! Mr. Onls Wado and family of aiection with t.io Invostlcatlon of war Washington, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs T. M expenditures. . "You certnlnly do not expect mo to Baughn. Misses Clara Patton and Audrov Tjjrpsont this matter to your partlcu- Jar friend, Mr. Palmer, attorney gen- - I Murphy spent Saturday and Sundny sirs. m. u. sneis 01 .ral." Mr. Mason said, and aaciecl, with uov. and nrwl nttnriflpfl ttin Sinflr- I shall, if I live, nsk tho attorney nnnivnl Clmva ccnoral of tho United States after Ing Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Helton, of DunWaruh 4, '1921, to proceed civilly and dee, .have been spending tho past rlminally against you and your few days at Clear Run, the guests oclates." Declaring that Mr. Baruch, when of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim the War Industries Board, lllcks. head . -appointed a thad Hoavrln returned to D. Ryan. Earl Maxwell on copper with John his homo In Hawesvllle, Wednesday, f Now Tork, as chairman, and presafter spending several days here with idents and owners of plants in tho United Stntes as his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M nombers. Mr. Mason charged this; L. Heavrln. .committee had allowed copper proDr. J. A. Duff returned last weok ducers to buy at ono price and sell at unother. He also charged this end from Chicago, 111., where he had spent several weeks taking special after the war permitted 100 '000,000 pounds of copper which tho work in the of his .KBvernment, he said, purchased at 23 icents a,pound, to be sold back to the producers at 15 cents a pound. Wedding, who has been ITBARUCH NOT TO BE BEADS ODDLY STRUNG daughter, (By I. D. Clnlro.) Tho coat mny not mako tho man but It goes n long way toward making the womnn. I pity tho poor women. - tlll-rwH- chest exposure lms. becomo so common thnt the coarsest minded men no longer pay any attention to Their low-neck- it. I Uln-go- w, I visited Frank Fehr's brewery last week. I found the same old visitors, free bar, the same old quart stein, the same old man serving the brew, but such brewl I am drawing no damaging comparisons, but I can't withhold commendation of the good sense exercised by Ed Barrass In declining a nine days' ginger alo debauch In an iso lated fishing camp. fo-in- Country folks visiting tho city indulge much needless embarrassment in wondering what the city people think of their dress nnd appearance, when In fact they do not think of ifi?)' Incorporated them nt all. Not because they are CLEAR RUN. country people hut because people Ohio County's Oldest Financial mixing with tho multi Mr. Isalh Kinder, of Illinois, is in Institution tude give no more thought to indi- this county visiting old friends. vidual strangers than they give to Miss Mollio Smiley entertained tho tho individual stones in tho build- young people with a party, Saturday-nigh- t. ings along the streets. Mrs. Rebecca Murry Is nt home If you would know just how the again, after visiting relatives In public regards you, select a halt doz- Owensboro, for several weeks. en of your most intimato friends, size A large number of tho Clear Run up tho avorage esteem In which they people attended tho Singing Convenare held, and you mny feel perfectly tion at Central Grove, Sunday. assured that you aro rated nt Just The farmers hero wore glad to see nbout their rating. Not that the the fine rain which tho fell world rates you solely by your as- first of tho weok. A great many folks sociates, but that your intimate as- are through setting tobacco. sociates measure in a general way the quality of your culture, the stanBETHEL. dard of your morals and the limit of your intelligence. The farmers of hls place aro very e tobacco during tho presI sat in a box, a few nights ago, ent season. nt the Sclttish Rite Cathedral, and . Several from hero nttended tho ooked over tho veterans of tho Grand Singing Convention at Central Grove Army of tho Republic, in State En- Sunday. campment. Of that vast army, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maples and lit whose march the earth trembled In tie children were the guests of Mrs. Walter only a Maples' parents, Mr. and Mrs. JohnBowling Greun Uusinc33 Uni- the dark days of tho sixties, NOTICE! versity for some time, zaum hom tho few front rows of bent and grizzled son Stewart, of Central Grove. m I was pjeased remained. first of this week to spend a short warriors among those honored few, to note STATE TO HAVE TWO ,. All persons having claims against vacation with his mother, Mrs. Minthree Ohio Countians, Rev. H. C SCHOOL SUPERVISORS ttho estate of Lucretla Midkiff, deceas- nie W, Lee. Truman, John M. Bishop and Frank ed, will file same, properly proven, Kissinger. Fankfort, Ky., June 1 Instead of with me at my office in Hartford, Ky., Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua and a combined supervisor of secondary y tho first day of July, 1920, or they daughter, Miss Dana, returned MonIt you have not seen Cave Hill cem- education and high schools, there will will be forever barred, and all persons day from Louisville, where they had etery visit It on your next coming to be a supervisor of each branch, Su3elng Indebted to said estate will been spending a week with Rev. Fu- piace of perintendent of Public Instruction, 519-52- 0 -Mercantile Bank Bldg., please call and settle with me at onco qua-'- sons, Messrs. Gilbert, Willie Louisville. It Is the show , ,, the Metropolis. This magnificent George Colvin, has been notified. The This May tho 24th, 1920. and Richard Fuqua. city of the dead is said to be one of additional supervisor for rural schools C. M. CROWE, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. W ??? 4812 four or five of the most splendid has been allotted to Kentucky by Special Commissioner. Mr. W C. Overhults, of Cedar Edge cemeteries of American cities. This the General Education Board. f, Colo., will Join Mrs. Overhults here walled enclosure of six hundred acre3 Rhoades, tho Incumbent, will 1 ', 1IORTOX. ',; about the 12th Inst., and after visiting of sepulchers more than a half mil- be offered either position he prefers. county lion human bodies the dead city Prof. Tv H. Hopkins will be rural '" friends and relatives In the "Mrs. Sarah Thomson is on the s!ck about a month, they will return to outnumbering the living one. Not school supervisor for the mountain - list. their home in the West. for area, nor for the number of countries. Mr, and Mrs. Estll Smith are the graves, is Cave Hill celebrated, but! parents of a fine baby boy. proud Mr. J. H. Glenn, who has been landscape beauty and adornCircus Man (searching for elephant Farmers in this vicinity are quite here for the past few weeks left for its setting tobacco, corn crops are yesterday morning. He was undecid- ing monuments. The surface Is brok- that has escaped) Say, Unele Ezra, busy en into a hundred low hills and flow have you seen anything of an elephant very lato. ed as to whether he would visit his er and shrubs and trees, brought around hero? Weild. of Fords1'..o. Is son, Mrs. Howard, at Lexington, or re ( irom ine enas oi laa uuriu una kuih Uncle Ezra No, sah; I aln' seen -flstilng her daughter, Mrs. Ksill turn direct to Hammond, Ind. I with matchless care, Indulge the eyo no ephalent but- -I seen a big gray Smith, of this place. with pleasing beauty. Come see It. bull, eatlnr mah corn wlv his tall. Several frora thie place atta-le. Berry Dudley Walker, who has a funeral of, Mr. Marlon Crowder, at position In Akron, Ohio, came home the After several years of day and NE' SCIENCE BUILDIXQ. :ML Pleasant Sunday. Friday to spend a few days with his night devotion to newspaper work, Mrs. Qolda Cumtnlngs, of Olaton. parents. He, together with his I am taking a little play time. QuitAt the annual conference of the Na Murphy, visited her mother, Mrs. B. brother, Robert Sidney, returned to ting the business? Not on your da- tional Academy of Sciences, it was a ew days last week. the Ohio City Tuesday. Robert Sid guerreotype I am married to it decided to erect at the national capi Miss Alma Crowder visited rela- ney goes for employment also. As the Mormons would say, "Sealed tal a fine building as the headquar tives In th'e Roslne and Mt. Pleasant to it for time and enternity." But ters of the institution. The building neighborhoods, last weok. Hon. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, for a season I shall live among peo- and ground will cost nearly $2,000,- Mrs. Mary Cooper, of Owensboro. has returned from Des Moines, Iowa, with magazines, They will be paid for out of visited friends In this neighborhood whore he ha3 been In attendance for ple, rather thantypewriters, but for 000. by the Carnenewspapers and $5,000,000 donated .from Saturday until Monday Ralph the past three weeks, as a delegate a season only. . It gratifies my native gie fund tho balance to bo used for Mrs. "W. P. Smith. Mrs. "" to an international conference of tho cruelty to indulge my opinions, com- research. and Miss Bessie Austin were In Bea-.v- Methodist Episcopal Church. Mr. ments and conjectures on a helpDam, Friday, on business Bennett served on a number of im- less reading public. Forego such a "EATS" BOUGHT FOR SOLDIERS Mr, and Mrs. L. T. Wright vlslUd portant committees at tho I'd sooner depleasing privilege? week-- e iO" iriettds at Broadway last The final report of the quartermastsert my native land or my corn cob Miss Addle Ford has returned to pipe. Why, my stuff has such a er-general shows that tho with home after an extended vls't CROMWELL. punishing punch that other editors American soldiers required large Ther grandmother, of Olaton. freely inflict it on their own readers quantities of supplies during the war. Mrs. Bessie Keeno and little daiiKh-iv- r, Miss Gorln Flener has returned to by way of retaliating their real and Some interesting items aro: Corn Juunitn, have loturned to their her home, after teaching in Harris-burIf I could rob beef 114,000,000 pounds; fancied grievances. salmon twine, after an extended visit wllh Ark., tho last eight months. myself, I would 'not rob my fellow 203,000,000 pounds; boans 130,000,-00- 0 friends and relatives here. you could, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duko, of Hart- members of tho cult of such a con would pounds; cigarettes, C, 500, 000,- you ford, spent last week-en- d with Mrs. soling privilege. 000. Strange as It may seem to tho a, you used FOR HALE. Duko's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. doughboy, there were millions of you do Stewart. Finding ono's self is a worth-whil- e 0 inula of beans left on hand nt tho 12 head of lht clas3 owes, good Miss Ella Wallaco, Mrs. Clements accomplishment. Perhaps you did close of the war. to coddle by fixed "blinded 2 and :t years old; 2 milk and daughter and sevoral others have not know you were lost, but most of speed by old sad- gono to otvi, calves at side; 1 and Warren County, to pick us are. While one Is attempting to dle, and harness mare, safe for women strawberries. Do sensible, accomplish nchlevcmonts above his FOR FLETCHER'S to drive. Mrs. Laura Davenport, of Bowling fitness, he is lost. Finding ono'f buy CHAS. W. MULLIKIN. f Green', Ky., has returned to her home, is to discover ono's limitations, m Three miles South of Beaver Dam, nftor an extended visit with her self to and direct ono's efforts accordAUTO WHEEL SPEED nwir Taylor Minos. daughter, Mrs. Belle James. Lindon ingly. One who has roally found hlm-e- lf . ... o James, her grandson, went homo with is neither unduly moved by praise DUKKIIUltST. Tho unbclleabla amount of punher for a short visit. nor stung by criticism, nnd feels sesustained by automobile Mr. C. C. Martin, who has been In cure of his world, however narrowed ishment SUCTION-PU,3ltn Onis Whl.huuse s;nt Salur-)f- y Owensboro, being treated by a its horlzan. tires in speed races wlieif wheels are rovolving at the rate of 25 times n lb Xmnduo. chlropratlc, spent n part of last Miti Violet Allen spont Saturday week with his family, returning tosecond whon the car is making 100 CKHALVO. "Skims clean any llght in Ha.tford. miles an hour, is not appreciated by day. He is much improved. .Mr. Clareuco Howard bought a nverngo racing fan. Mrs. Grace Baker, wife of Larkin yie Mr. Lobo Phelps and wife, Mr. and "Wind ear recently. A remarkable incident in the reMrs, J. C. Flener and little daughter, Baker, died nt the hospital in Evans-vllltender York has 'secured employ-tOUf- Virginia, of Morgantown, motored on Thursday, May 27, and was cent Los Angeles race brings this in Owensboro. down Sunday and took dinner with burled here tho following day after point out in a striking manner. Art , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mr, nnd Mrs. A. A. Carter spent Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Flener. Mr. and funeral sorvices by llev. F. A. San- Klein was leading tho field on thp "Saturday in Hartford. Mrs. Phelps returned Sunday even ders. Mrs. naker is survived by her 183rd mile, cleaving the air at 101 lflr- - ?J. E. EwJng was in Owensboro ing, while Mr. and Mrs. Flenor stayed husband, father, mothor, threo broth- mllos an hour. Suddenly his right wheel, but the fully inflated Good- a stop, it was found uninjured. tVAtawday, on business. ers and a host of relatives and rear wheel collapsed, the steel spokes year cord tiro, perfectly mounted, Monday evening. This Is the first tlmo that such a until being sheared off closo to the rim. swept on down the tract, at terrific froak performance, Mr. H. D, Estes, of Hartford, was friends. demonstrating Call on The Republican for l'lno In n W&dnesday, on business. Rev. and Mrs. J. II. IUcbardson, of Hearing wildly1, tho car scrambled speed In the direction tho car had the rugednoss of tires, has evor been " of Llvcrmoro was Job Printing. -- Albert Moirla, . Hanson, attended tho burial of thclrhrazlly about on tho romnins of the been taking. When It finally came to witnessed during a rage. ld Mrs. Larkin Baker, Friday nnd were tho guests of Mr. J. W. Baiter, Friday night Mr. Boyco Maddox and Miss Myrl Klinmcl wero married nt the homo of tho bride's parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Ij. A. Kinijnol, on Sundny, May 23, Rev. Johnlo Bennett officiating The steamer Hazel Rice, plying In tho Evnnsvillo nnd Bowling Green trado, sank near hero at tho Her ' landing, Saturday, May 22. Misses Ada House, Hazel Bennett Yonts, of Rockport, Bpent and Saturday night nnd Sundny with Misses Ora nndVCora Everly. Mrs. Robert Decker, of Rockport, spent a few days last weok with her daughter, Mrs. C. P. Mori Is. Drusllla Barnard Is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Luclnn Dennis, of near Drakcsboro. Several from here attended tho Singing Convention at Central Grove Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess Everly, of visited relatives hero last week. Mrs. Welslo Rowo visited her son, Mr. Henry Rowe, of Midway, last weok. Bank Service! 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