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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, grounds and construct n grandstand rind build a fence. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920. place, wore in Louls,vllle, New Albany NEW YORK and Jefforsonvllle, last week. Dr. J. S. Bean has opened an office In Owensboro. WORLD'S 0, P. CONVENTION KENTUCKY DELEGATES RE-ELECT lodge i 4 I " l..i.in Rlckard old tlino ball toasor for ISSUES OF CAMPAIGN HERT LEADER LARGEST CITY IS NOW IN SESSION tho local clan, has expressed his willCol. J. M. Johnson, former writer ingness to hurl tho horso hide for the for the Hartford Herald nnd proprielocals again. Efforts are beln; made tor of the Johnson Hotel, since sendto obtain tho services of another good Program For The Day Is Up hurlor and tho roster will be com- National Committeeman Is Keynote Speech Arraigns ing In his resignation, has moved Into Population Totals 5,621,151, the second story of his cow stable, a plete. Murph will do the rcclavtng, Democrats For Failure Again Honored By An Incraese Of 854,268 Set, Due To Wrangle matter of compulsion, however, not Duko will probably hang out at first To Bring Peace Colleagues of choice. I would rather bo Jerry In Ten Years Tlnsley or with Glenn, Williams, Over League. Canon's umplro! Keown tilling the other Infield positions. Tho outfield will be strong with Taylor and Leach and one or two In opening the National Republi- CAR LOAD OF TRACTORS SOLD By Robert D. Anderson. .Washington, June B.Now York Chicngo, Juno 0 The Republican other likely men. Chicago, Juno 8. Tho notable can Convention at Chicago Tuesday, City had a populatlon'of G.621.iki National Convention demonstrated at Acton Bros, received n car load of "HEO" will pilot tho toam as In Senator Lodge, tho temporary chairits opening two hour session yester- tho days of yore and here's hoping successes achieved by tho Republican man, delivered a masterly address, tractors last week and before tho January 2, an increase of 854,208, or party In Kentucky aro attributable! In 17.9 per cent over 1910. the Cnnnita day, that If It lacked leadership, it that Heg's luck will forever stalk an address that bared the Issues on tractors could bo unloaded there was did not lack harmony, for the pre- his path, for Heg has captioned some a largo measure tp (ho capable leader which the approaching campaign will a buyer for every ono of them. This Bureau announced tonight. The rato stilp of National Committeeman liminaries, at lenBt. goes to shotf that the farmers of this ot growth was smaller than ever bemighty good ball clubs In days gono be conducted. T. Hert, of Louisville, In the opinfore' In the city's history, except In Most of tho poss'cu was taken up by. Two features of Chairman Lodge's community are going In for more Inion of members of tho Kentucky deletne decade ending In 1870, while the with tho keynote" speech of Senator tensive farming. It means larger To make a good team tho team gation, who him unani- address are unanswerable IndictIncrease numerically was smaller Lodge, tho temporary chairman must havo tho support and Interest mously at tholr organization caucus ments of the WHson administration, crops and better crops with a,mlnl-muthan In either of the two decadea Senator Lodge, temporary chnlr-mn- n of every fan. Let evory one of us of tlmo and labor. Tho meeting was marked by and when fixed In tho minds of tho National Con- come out and root tor .the team and today of Thoso purchasing tractors from the preceding 1910. voters, aB they will bo fixed before Tho latest estimate of tho populavention, was selected by the commit- whoop things up, wo can't expect n expressions ot commendation for Mr tho campaign closes, will disclose a above mentioned shipment aro: Lon-z- o Hert by delegates who have been pertee on permanent orjfrtnl.'.atlo.i as Crow, Homer Llndley, W. C. Blan- - tion of the city and county of London, winning team without assistance. Let deeply Impressed since unpalleled In American poltheir arrival condition manent chairman, and his nnme will us not forget that a winning ball club kenship, Theodore Hill, Walter Camp- made in 1917, was 4,020,901, a deIn Chicago by numerous evidences of itical history crease from the official census ot hi presented tomorrow to the con- will be a boost for tho town and comwas the plain duty of the bell and John Sam Ford. "It tho high valuo placed upon tho coun1911, which showed a population ot -tention for approval. munity and that It takes team work American government," Said Mr 4,521,686. Comparison of thepopn- -, Theio wero threa nominations for to make a winning ball team, not sels of tho Kentucky national com- Lodge, "toi conclude a treaty of peace COUNTY COURT latlon of New York City with that of 1l:i- - placo and SiiiHlor i.odge was only on tho part ot tho players but mitteeman by leaders from every sec- with Germany immediately following tion. Mr. Hert, himself, was unable named on tho first ballot, over form- on the part of tho fans ns well. Tho Ohio County Court convened London Is declared by Census Buto attend tho caucus, being cngagd In the close of tho war, and leave tho er Senator Bovcrldge, of Indiana, and Monday morning in regular session. reau officials to be difficult because Let's all pull for tho team whon a conference. Tho caucus resulted establishment of world courts or Senator McCormltk. of Illinois. Tho tho wheel starts rolling. The will of Hon. H. P. Taylor, de- or tho areas covered, by tho various In the election of tho following Ken- reace leagues to the Judgment of cooldesignations of the two cities. New voto was: om tucky delegates, without opposition, er times and sober seasons." Thl3 ceased, was probated, John Taylor York City proper covers 287 square Lodg"e, 22; Deverldge, 9; McCor-inlc- k. BOND TURLEY. position is unanswerable and unas- and Dr Woolfolk Barrow were named to membership on the various commiles, while for census purposes the 7. On motion of tho Illinois sailable. The people wanted peace executors. mittees ot tho national convention: was members tho recommendation The docket was continued until tho city and county of London cover lie Ellzabethtown, Juno 4. The Bap- - Louisville; permanent. There was no division of sentiment square miles. made unanimous. next term of court. tlst church, this city, was tho scone ot Organization Gov. Edwin P. Mor- about the feature. The opinion ot The small Increase In the growth, v. Tho remainder of tho temporary or- a beautiful wedding, when Miss Ar-tl- o row the people on the League of Nations .Frankfort. ot tho city of New York durinc tho was recommended ganization for Bond, Ellzabethtown, became tho was unknown, and to tie up the ques M. L. Galvln, CovingCredentials past decade Is attributed .by census PERSONAL NEWS pormancnt scrvlco, without opposi- brldo of Mr. T. J. Turley, Owensboro ton. tion of peace with tho experimental AND SOCIAL EVENTS officials to the almost complete stopMr. Druco Montgomery, Danvlllo, was tion. Rules and Order of Business Mrs. ' League of Nations was a crime page during the war of the influx or Sonator Lodge was placed in nom- best man and Mrs. R. S Bowcn, Ell- John G. South, against the peoples on both sides ot j Frankfort. immigrants, many of whom each year by William Dames, of New zabethtown, matron of honor. The ination Committee to Notify tho Preslden- -' tho ocean. The small son ot Mr. and Mrs York; Mr. Boverldgo, by povernor bridesmaids wore Miss Ruth McCol-lur- a, tjal Nominee C. A. Segner, Louis-President Wilson was personally Edward Himes died last Friday, af- made New York their home, and to tho heavy emigration of foreign-bor- n ! responsible Goodrich, of Indiana, and Senator Akron, Ohio; Miss Katherlno vllle. for the Incorporation of ter being ill for a short tlmo of residents during the war and since by Lieutenant Governor Bqnd, Miss Mildred Doyd and Miss Committee to Notify the Vice Pres- the League of Nations with the peace whooping cough. Tho body was burl- that time. Oglesby, of Illinois. No speech-makin- g iwioj tiiumuo 4&,uti,i. vottuto a. o idential Nominee R. C. Stoll, Lex- treaty, and the consequent delay In ed Saturday, at Oakwood Cemetery. The boro of Manhattan, which followed the nominations. establishing peace with the nations Messrs. James McClay and Preston ington. formerly was New York City proper, Ow- From tho moment that National Troutman, Louisville; Ren Ford, Honorary Vice Chairman ot tne with which we were recently at war, Misses Kennedy and Mary Warren with a population ot 2,283,103, showChairman Hays stopped out on tho ensboro; Clarence Bond, P. H. Bru- - Conventloa-- Dr. Ho declared S. H. George, Pa Mr. Lodge emphasized. Collins left yesterday for Akron, ed a decrease for the first time In its called tho beck and R. S. Bowon. The cere- speakers' platform, and the acceptance of the treaty with tho history, tho actual falling off In popuassemblage to ordor( until adjourn- -' mony was performed by the Rov. Dr. league parasite would place this coun- Ohio, where they go to visit their Unit Rule Plan Rejected. aunt, Mrs. M. V. Bean, and Mr. Bean. lation being 47,439, or 2 per cent ot jnent time, tho averago looker-o- n I. E. D. "Andrews. The advlslblllty ot adopting a unit try in endless complications with Eu- They will visit Nlagra Falls before re- tho total population In 1910. Tho bo-r- os mlght have Imagined tbnt It was" all Miss Bond Is n daughter ot Mr. and rule to govern the voting of the dele- ropean politics, nuking possible the turning home. of the .Bronx and Queens, which, Not a lung Mrs. Oscar Bond and is prominent gation was over but the shouting. suggested by Mr. Galvln, sending of our soldiers to the ends since 1910, have been brought closer let loose with any wild scream for a socially. Mr. Turley Is Junior mem- but an exchango of views revealed the of the earth, on the orders of alien Mr: J. B. Tappan took his daughter, to the city by more rapid means ot favorite ; not a volco was raised In ber of the T. J. Turley Hardware fact that such action would be su- governments. He reviewed tho acMary Louise, to Owensboro last week transit, showed tho largest gains In protest to any set plan for the pre- Company, Owensboro. Courier-Journa- l. perfluous. The delegates, apparent- tion of the senate on the'peace trea- and had an operation performed for their history. liminaries, and all Joined In shout-iSn- g ly, are harmonious In their views as ty and said, "Wo have made tho con- the removal of her tonsils. The op; approval at Senator Lodge's call to platform and the most desira- dition and it Is now your duty to pass eration was entirely successful and GOOD GAME LOST. party to rlso up and sweep the DEATH OF SHIS SAMUEL BAUtD ble the on the record we have made." to the nominee. little Miss Tappan is doing nicely. "Wilson dynasty" out of power. The other striking declaration All nf tlio fxrnntv.Qlr flolotvntna ot . Republican difChicago, June 9 Beaver Dam was vanquished at tho tended tho caucus except Hiram John- - Chairman, Lodge made before tho An enjoyable dance was given at hands of McHenry ferences over tho League ot Nations UUIU 111 U111U IUUIU) last Sunday. The Aliril 191U son, of tho Tenth District, and H. H. convention was, "This country must the rink Monday evening by the game wa's a scorcher until the sixth, culminated today In an open threat 1834. She was married to Samuel L. Ramoy, of tho Eleventh District, who turn from government by an Indi- young people of the town. A num- when Beaver Dam's seebnd from Irreconcilable senators to leave Baird August 28th. 1850. To this string vidual or a group of individuals to party unless It declared flatly union were born 14 children, only government by representatives of the ber ot out of town guests were pres- pitcher was taken out la 'favor ot the H alternates. GlovannolI Lex. ent. The music was furnished by a Clsel, their against the League of Nations. five of these survive, one daughter ,nBton ed,tor Qf Wilstellarvhurler,' and as two-pietho Leaderf actlng people." He declared President Jazz band from Owensboro. a couple of' walks and a couThe ultimatum was delivered In ana four sons. years in the son during his eight Ins secretary for the delegation. Mr. ple of mlscues1 lost the game, letting professed religion In early life sho .V ,. dramatic fashion at a conference ot Glovannoll was elected an assistant presidency had substituted his own Mr. Felix arrived here in six . It put the leaguo suddenly and Joined the w The fatal scare was leaders. Church at secretary of will for the rule ot the people's re- Tuesday Frank , the national convention evening, from Florida, where be3. to tho fore ot all other questions pa . ycu auuu.c Bp.r- - th,s artornoon. presentatives In tho direction ot thd Tins a. . fr government, a condition ho and Mrs. Felix have been spendfore the national convention, not ex- ml mamfint Mrs. South shares with three other affairs ot ing the winter. Mrs. Felix accomTHOMAS MORRIS DEAD. cepting oven the nomination ot a ward Sho has 44 grandchildren. 62 never before confronted by tho Amthe dlatlnctlon of belng tne panied him as far as Louisville and presidential caridldate' . erican pirmlq. . .7 Bii'j nrst of their sex to serve on the inv and will arrive at Hartford In the . j Lin Mr. Thomas Morris, ..better known Tonight tho leaders wore only halfThe $ two declaration! by the as u will) portant rules Repubnext few days. to his friends as Llge, died at his heartedly attempting to conceal their was a helpmate Indeed. She was in lican National committee ot a chairman of the national convention Convention. The home near Dukehurst, last Monday-eveninapprehension over tho situation. dustrlqus economical, faithful. It can ers are Mrs. Manley Fossen, ot oth were sach palpable triiti!.i that they Min Mr. Walter Greep, who has been after a hong Illness. Mr. Most ot them grimly predicted an ima (mlv anf1 ft haf rTf,A haqfl rt ka. require! io argumert for popular ...... .. ..- - nesota; Mrs. M. H. Hanklns, ot Ten-- conviction, and will form the basis attending tho University of Alabama Morris was widely known and" rengreemont, but nono appeared too ...,,'., ....... Nevanessee, and sore of his ground. In a session ana ane wqrKem wuungiy wun nor da. Their Miss Dell Boyd, ot give ot the appeal of tho Republican par- tor the past year, Is in Hartford, vis- spected by all. The deceased leaves membership will which promised to last thru the night hands." ty throughout the campaign :o be iting old frlonds. Mr. Greep held a a widow, daughter and three sons. them an opportunity to see that fur- waged chair in the department of English Ernest Morris, well known in HartAs a mother she was devoted to her resolutions subcommittee, headed a this year. ther recognition Is given Republiat the University, besides doing work ford automobile circles, Is a son ot 1y Senator Watson, sought to find a children, as a neighbor she was kind, can women In the party organization towards a degree in theology. HOUSE BRANCH. the deceased. middle course which would hold the loving and true; as a christian, humDuring the absence of Governor The funeral service was conducted jparty together. When the TlTrMirt nnrl Tla11nr1 Tfanttiolrv Vina n ble, patient, spiritual. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie DoHart and Mrs. J. B. Wells and little son. at tho Concord church, where Mr, end was near she affirmed promptly Looms JSp. Dark Ilorso maglstrate. This little son, Harold C, visited relatives Glendon, emocratlc to who have been visiting Mr. Morris had been a long and faithful, Johnson can not run on a platform and positively that she was going be- - 6(mor 0hIe8M. Harrlss, of at Falrvlew, Sunday. and Mrs. Thad Barnard tor the past member, Tuesday afternoon, by Rot. approving reservations to tlo loague. see her Saviour. A few hours Miss Zelpha Keeton, of. Owens- few weeks, left Wednesday tor tholr M. G.,SnoIl. The body was buried '. ' Wood, Lowdon, and "various dark foro she went away she lifted her' state Senate. Sonator Harrlss serv ' hand toward heaven and said "Lord, boro, Is visiting Miss Katy DeHart, home In Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Wells In the Concord Cemetery. horses can not run upon a platform od in this capacity once before when m was accompanied by her sister, Mls3 denouncing- tho league In toto and I commlte myself Into Thy hands." Governor Black was absent from the this week. Mr. Herclal Sandofur's children aro Htldred Barnard. NOTICE TO ICE CUSTOMERS.' The large concourso ot people attendsaylng that thoro 13 no way In whlph state. ev- now recovering from the whooping ing her funeral lt can bo properly tinkered up In jldenco that sho and burial was ccugh. Will deliver Ice In Beaver Dam. had many friends. Mr Emory Schroader, after spend MARRIAGE LICENSES. t order to bo made acceptable. Miss Frieda. Ament Is vfslting ing several days with his wife and Ky., at the following factory weights happened today shows May tho surviving members of her What has at Renfrow this family nere, ieu sunaay ior Prince- and prices: ,' her as she followed Archlo D. Hoover, Hartford R. 3, friends ' and relatives that tho Republican National Conven .family follow Rev. R. D. BENNETT. Block customers 30.0 lbs. $2.40 ton, Ind. Mr. Schroader has been week. omr4lng from tho sordid. and Jesus. to Delia Bartlett, Hartford, R. 5. tlon Is Miss Velsle Lunsfo.'d has returned engaged in tho photographic business per block. Narrows,, to William Foroman, entering Into tho domain of princi100 lb. customers 90c per cwt. home, after a stay In Beaver Dam for the past few months at Earllngton ALLEN ACQUITTED. Casey, Fordsvllle. Is the big fact which sticks Sudle. ple This 50 lb. customers Mr. Allen Wallirti has gone to tho and goes to Princeton to take up that keep their NaOtis Devcr, Hartford, to Zella Day. out not only from the League of oil fields In Texas to temr emyloy-men- t. stereoscopic work with a national refrigerators constantly engaged, 45c Otis Allen, a soldier at Camp Knox, Olaton. discussion, but from tho tions CO lbs. to any trade not to exceed . , slide company. delegates who lhot and killed Roy Doss In Boa- of numerous t 50c. Miss Katy DeHart and Miss Zelpha SPECIAL TODAY AND TOMORROW sections ot tho country.. ver Dcm several weeks back was from nil 25 lb. customers that keep' their Keoton visited Miss Kathleen Hatler Mr. Otis Howard arrived homo Sun- There Isa determination on tho part and acquitted, at summary court mar- he has refrigerators constantly engaged, 25c. iday from Lexington,-wher- o 100 lbs. granulated Sugar.. .S2O.00 Sunday. younger men of the convention tlal at Cami Knox, last week. of tho 25 lbs. to any trade, not to exceed Rov. Marlow aud Rev Bishop are been attending tho University of Ken-- 1 80 Allen was sent to arrest Doss on a 1 gallon Plnford Syrup to lift the party put of tho muck and , 1.20 i conducting a splendid meetlmj at Sa tucky for the past jear. This year 30c. a platform which will ring chnrea of desertion and was forrcd 3 pkgs. Arbucklo Cotfeo to adopt All trade under 26 lbs, at the rato marks Mr. Howard's third year In tho 1.15 j lorn. name a ,to shoot him. when ho mada an at - 100 lts. Chicken Grit with sharp principles and , Born to Mrs. Goldr. Sauaefur a lit I College of Electrical Engineering. He of $1.25 per cwt. tempt 100 lbs. Chicken Feed, no grit 5.00 to escape on an candidate whose qualifications in Any time you aro not satisfied with (will leave next week for Cleveland, a.00 tie girl, christened Dela Mae. to the freight. Witnesses from Beaver Dam! 00 bars Clean Easy Soap respect will commend him Mr. Maden Brown, who has been Ohio, where he has accepted a posi- factory weight, will mako you higher .23 wero present at the trial and tho 3 bars Palm Ollvo Soap plain people. prices and weigh. There will bo less 1 gallon Sunnyland t'anu a.73 living in Owensboro, has moved back tion with the Bailey Meter Co. case w,ero easily proved. facts of tho shrinkage this season than last, as to this plaee, " 4.00 1 gallon Progress Paint TROSPEOT GOOD FOR BALL TEAM the lco will bo delivered to Boavor A danco was given hero last Sat . ESTRAY 1.00 1 gallon Red Spot Paint NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Dam In a truck. urday night, which tho young folks bet1 gallon Koen Kutter, no Horttord has very good prospects W. W. HOCKER, Beaver Dam. old, light bay, bald-face- d Ono S.OO enjoyed very much. ter Paint made On and Qfter July 1st., we aro gofor a. regular old time hall by club.- ing to place our business strictly up- 1 gallon inside floor Paint. . . a.30 W. W. HOOKER. hands Mr. Williams, operator at Whltes- percheron mare, about 15 8UD. onft haa hnnn rnlged Beaver Dam, Ky. When you have 1 gallon porch.;ioor Paint . . . '4.00 vilte, is crying to get back to old high, Any Information as to this Ulll- - on a cash basis. in mvar the cost Of The above prices have been agreed o.oo Horse Branch poor boy mare will be greatly appreciated. work done, be prepared to pay cash. GO feet gardon hose upon between W. W. Hocker, aud forms and equipment and another . CARL M. TAYLOR, Hon.' Q. D. Bean, Miss Myrtle Cancredit., These prices uro for ensh only. group of enterprising citizens havo Don't ask us for ' Beaver Dam, Ky. J Ellis Ice Co., Hartford, Ky. . 50t3 , on and Miss Deronla Coots, of this & DUKE, WILLIAMS GILLESPIE BROS. ?25 each, to lease the 49tt pledged At-v- ln m mm OUT . ,ii. "" ,uwr. '""j"""1 ru-is- 5-t- I ! g '..::' - ' , . ov-e- ry out-goin- g, J .... -- '1 which has beon troubling New EngMSSxEME2al!km. land. To completo its life cycle It MASON FLAYS WILSON requires, lllte the blister rust, two FOR ABUSE OF POWER BE LESS EMBITTERED host trees or shrubs, lacking either of which it vari lanes from a locality. A part of the yoar it spends on the red cedar, than it jumps to tho apple, Decided Change in Attitude manifesting ltsolf In yellow spots on Executive's Idea Of Rule the loaves and fruit. Like several othTowards America I3 Receive . Should er fruit disease which have become Expected. Limitations oconomlcnllly. Important in very recent years, red codnr rust became a serious nionace with surrenness. u.TTdMfcMyVtt YflmMK MflAJEjuriri MTt.ini.s' dammar Cofttaji&nflcmco of Associated Press) aWm LaE ailH Ttfin jfllMl Can a free be legislated out of ex JaWw aWr kWt art. wiV7nuWJ9PnffnK JJi Washington, Juno 7 "I wish to Mntieo City, Moy 23, One of the istence? This question is going to God the President had somo idea with nfctahlu romilts or the lntst revo- be answered In the Winchester apple regard to limitation ,of executive powdlsnpponranco dlctrlct of Virginia. This region of lution lias beon the er," exclaimed Representative WilfrW Mexico City papers which some 425 square miles, In which supportors of the there are already 750,000 or more ap-p- liam E. Mason, of Illinois, in defense were strong of tho Knox peace resolution. He Garranza ndmlnlstratlon of the line trees last season tracpd damage, over stories it Is stated, of $1,000,000 to cedar said: "Servlclo International" "This is the law that repeals tho which conld hardly bo construed ns rust. Apple growers, realizing the war laws. This is what iswnnted. favoring the United States. deadly charncter of tho red cedars, Ninety-fir- e per cent of tho war legisIt long has been common knowl- - can safely bo left to remove them, but lation ends with war. Ninety-fiv- e per eiUie that tlio foreign office, under this is not sufficient. There must cent of tho legislation, tho drastic legthe Carrnnzn administration, main-tainc- d be absolute eradication, which Is pos islation under which your President a very efficient department, sible only through tho of todny Is arresting men because they managed by a Mexican Journalist, many farmers and landowners who quit work, ends with the declaration Mnnuol Carplo, to keep Informed on are not apple growers. fit your cigarette of peace. We waited for tho Presiwhat was printed in foreign countries Tho Virginia Legislature passed completely you'll agree about Mexico. Clipping agencies fur- the Stock cedar rust law, aimed at' dent and the Spnato for a long year and a quarter to make a treaty of they were made to meet your taste! nished news stories and special ar- tho eradication of red cedars. "Death eolae, especially from United States to tho red cedar" is the war cry in peace. We have now reached the Unique flavor, fragrance and mellow-mpapers, whilo Winchester now. As wns to bo ex- time when wo are going to repeat awl those laws: and, believe me, the ild-body M&xlcan diplomats and consuls also pected, the law has encountered some due to Camels qualSupreme Court of the United Stated contributed. Stories unfavorable to opposition. Man often loves trees, ity and expert blend of choice Turksay that-oveione of those laws Wocrii'6 and administration officials sometimes ho lqyes even red cedar will ended by tho declaration of peac ish and choice Domestic tobaccos wore especially noted and, if the trees, and thus it hnppens that era wrttwr were In Mexico, ho received a dication promises to be effected only by tho Congress of the United States. are a revelation! You will prefer trie "The gentleman says that by acIrao ride to tho bordor under articlo with tho aid of legal process. In Camel blend to either kind of tobacco cepting this amendment we admit 8 r the constitution. one such case the fruit growers, rep smoked straight! - resented by a committee, offered to that there is some limitation to con Any clippings supporting tho "Cargressional power. I wish to God the' W5SSKS. .V AJ ranza doctrine" from perform tho labor of cutting the '. j President had some such idea with 7Vi.v$?ik. -- VSttw limit Camels you can go jiapers were distributed, whilo tho cedars and .pay the owner 12.50, Central American union idea also aplcco, but the obdurate one would regard to limitation of Executive without power. There Is a limitation of our wan given liberal publicity. Some of not "dicker." Then they "went to leave no unpleasant cigaretty afterpower, it is quite true. You can not lhB stories contained charges of cor- - law." negotiate a treaty of peace, and neithtaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! xuptlon of American statesmen, dipTho Virginia cedar r,ust law, as It lomats or government officials by stands now, stipulates compulsory er can he make a treaty of peace unTo get a line on Camels win American oil interests. eradication of all red cedars within less it is ratified by the Senate. There One story purported to give one mile of a commercial apple or- is a limitation of power. I am glad you so completely compare j proof of espionage by the chard. Fruit growers already have for. my party, if they have ever been puff-for-pu- ff with any cigarette in Ctmeh are oW vvvrywhrre Vnlteri States In Mexico," and another concluded that this is inadequate and guilty of forgetting tho limitations of ins 'tenttficaltv seated pckjen any price. You'll preorganiza- - the State Horticultural Society Is nsk- - legislative and executive power, that of 20 cifartttft or ten pack' the world claimed that an American a 200 ct fare ten in a fat tloii had spent millions of dollars to lug the Legislature, now in biennial we have come back to the old lines of to coupons or premiums! rarton mtronft'y recomnend thia country. change the legal distance Americanism where, as plain AmTurn this session, to carton for the home or rftee R. J. RKYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Wlnston-Saleupplj or when jtwi traiet. Mexico City nowspapers have from one to two miles John T, erican Congressmen, wo admit there N.C is somo limitation to legislative pow einorgod from tho revolution some- Bartless in the Outlook. er. I wish the President had been mt what altered. El Monito Republican. i:i)ITOIELL COMMENT. tbm Obregon organ, disappeared when the treaty Ho still regards his own morning operation of the born with that Idea. If he had any in pastries and to have hotels and A regular bregon and its general manager, bowels puts you in fine shape for tho idea of the limitation of Executive restaurants ration sirgar to their pawork as perfect. Tho volto of nclth 5un. Benjamin Hill, left tho city on day's work. If you miss it you feel power, he never would have sent our trons. "Tho President's expected veto er tho Senate no ot the people is of Mr. Riley's announcement concern message to tho Houso of Represen- consequence to h'oi move- uncomfortablH and cannot nut vim troops into Siberia and northern Rus- She ere of the Ho sav, with ment. Mexico Nueveo, the Gonzales into your movements. For all bowel sla there t0 flht h,s Personal war for ing the creation of a distribution tatives denounces the Knox peace res a touch of unco:ncioii3 humor: "'ho paper, was suppressed by Gen. Fran- irregularities HERBINE is the reme- the collection of the debts of the peo committeo was made after a confer olution as a measure which "would attainment of theso purposes '.those cisco Murgula on .May 1, when Gen dy. It purifies, strengthens and reg- ple of ancient Russia to the bankers ence here today with a committee of place ineffaceable stain upon tho gal- for which, he says, America eutere.l IonzaIes was reported absent. There ulates. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio of France and Great Britain. If he six appointed by the National confec- lantry and honor of the United tho war), is provided for In tho was at first a shift in tho general County I)r,ug Co. n: had anyidea of the limitation of Ex- tioners' association at its recent con- States," an impudent reflection on Trenty of Versailles by terms deemed ecutive power, he would not keep the vention in Minneapolis. The new the deliberate action of a mm adequato by the loidlnrj statesmen managership of El Heraldo de Mexico, people of the United States today, tho committee will comprise representaJroro V. Alesio nobles, reputed department of tho Federal Gov- and experts ot all the great peoples nOMAS'OFF COMES TO women and children, paying taxes tives of sugar brokers, refiners, consupported, to Baltazar Fer:n tho war ernment which has refused to abdi- who wero assbrlated NEW YORK, IS BELIEF on their shoes and stockings in order fectioners and soft drink and ice cate in favor of an autocratically dis- against Germany nandez Cue, and the paper became Ia wo new not toimaintain 117,000 men in Germany, cream manufacturers and will oper- posed Executive. The entire text of bare to join In tho effort to secure proadmlnlstration, but with the arNew York, June 5. Thirteen Rusrival of the liberal revolutionary sians, signed as officers and members after the treaty of peace has been re- ate under the direct supervision of he message suggests nothing so much them?" iorces Senor Robles resumed the of the crew of the American steam jected. We have no more business the government flying squadron of as Mr. Dick and his reiteration of This Is the issue which Mr. Wilout troops in Germany than we profiteer hunters Mr. Riley said. management of that paper, g Charles' head. ship John Lind, which arrived here with It contains son has raised from the beginning KI Democrata, which always had today from Copenhagen, are report- would" have with them fn Great Brino thine now, nothing especially wor- with his opponents. Ho Is unwilling -It you have the itch, don't scratch. thy of comment by thl3 nowspaper, to classify them a "statesmen or Seen a strong supporter of the Car- - ed to be either escaped members of tain. He had the right to send them Tte- thinks It Js not for thera ranza administration, changed man-agl- the official family of the former em- there after the signing of the armis It does not cure the trouble and thing surprising in view of the directors after Carranza fled peror of Russia, Nicholas Romanoff, tice; he had the right to keep them makes the skin bleed. Apply BAL President's now generally well to pretend ta be such. Ho has quar2rom the capital, Enrique Beltran tak- or former high officials of the Rus- there after the signing of the ancil LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it recognized nsvchnlncv; unlnasi wn or. reled with Secretary Lansing and lary convention in Jnne, 1919, a year ing control. . Colonel House, his two diet aids a'. sian navy. The appearance of the after the armistfee was signed. Now, In gently on the affectea parts. It pont tlin UXVHWVWUU wwg'V UW UUUIUIUUll fJtJ- relieves itching- - instantly ami a few- sage in which Mr. Wilson actually Paris. There remains then, but one A couple of smaller sheets which men indicated that they were above owed their lives to tho revenue de- the positions they were filling one when the treaty failed of ratification applications removes the cause thus reproaches tho Congress for Indif American "statesman and expert" rived from attacks on Gen. Obrgon, being first officer of the ship, one a that power ceased. He has absolute- performing a permanent care. Price ference to tho great principle ot the And w,th what that lo survivor says ceased publication when the Carran-'- z. boatswain and the others members ly no Idea- - of the limitation of the 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold freedom of the seas. That, as somo tne branch ot tho treatyExecutive power we conceded to him by Ohio County Drug Co. m people may rcall, was sovrnment ceased functioning. of the fireroom and deck crew. Point Two of making power, containing no states The remaining leaders of the capital Efforts to interview them were pro- - during- the war. He now seeks by the original Fourteen Points; but manship or export knowledge, must the- contror of his party organization press, Excelsior and EI Universal, vented by officials of the line to CHINESE STATES SECEDE few will remember the exact stage ot York Ttibane. continued publication without Inter- which the ship belongs, and only a to whip you Into line and you kuow bar-- 1 his personal and Shanghai, June 5. At a meeting gainings abroad for the sake of his Best Remedy ruption, hnt with their metropolitan few questions were exchanged, but It to carry out hf.3 personal and for Stomach Trouble. selfish desire to continue in his of1 prominent southern Chinese lead .appearance marred by the entire ab their bearing and answers, delivered Covenant at which the great principle "I am pleased to have tho opporhands the power he had during the ers held here, it was voted to issue sence of cable news. of freedom of navigation upon tho tunity to say a good word for Chamin good English, indicated they were a manifesto1 proclaiming-thsecession seas dropped out of tho Fourteen and berlain's :mo .provisional government pro not average Russian sailors. Local war. Tablets." writes Mrs. Mamie "Day after day the Democratic side of the provinces of Yuncan, Kwle- - ii . . .. i . j poses to aid the newspapers of the officials of the customs and immiof the House In the last Congress chow, Huna, Shensl, Szechwan and uiaapiieureu iroia ms creeu ana nis uertel, of Moberly, Mo. "I think capital by reducing the import duty gration departments, who boarded heart and his activities. And now hoi they are tho best remedv for stom- an foreign news print, a duty which the ship, professed to know nothing and fn this has been the most subser Hupeh from the Canton administra- rebukes Congress for recreancy to I ach troubles, biliousness and consti- vient of any Congress that ever serv- tion of the southern Chinese governmade its importation virtually Polnt or Principle Number Twol And pation I havo over used. I havo takabout them, but from other sources ed In waiting for th White House to It was reported that they had signed take snuff before you would conde- ment. The men who took this ac- still tie Keps us out of peacu. en thorn off and on for two or threo years and they always relieve Indion the John Lind at Copenhagen as scend o sneeze. You have an idea tion were Wu Ting; Fang, former New York Sun. gestion, tone up the liver andmake mo members of the crew, with the knowl- that it is your duty I am not com- Chinese minister to the United States $100 Reward, $100 and a leader in the recent movement m readers of this paper will be edge and consent of the United States plaining of you, but I beg of you net for a unity between North and South "The President's veto message on feel fine. The ple&sed to learn that there Is at least government. It was also said that to complain of mo or my party when the peace resolution Is a strong piece one dreaded disease that science ha3 China; Sun former soon go to we, 20 BILLIONS FOR LUXURIES been able to cure In all Its stages and the enViro party will anxious for peace, anxious to anspresident of China; former of writing. It is calculated to make tbax Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Washington. the unreflecting think that Congres3 wer the cry of a hundred million peo- Premier Tang Shoa-Influenced by constitutional and Gen. LI conditions Ono of the party was declared by ple to give us peace, meet on common Tho American people aro spending very derelict in making peace with inquires constitutional treatment. Hall's Lleh-Chuwho was outlawed tor his Is OLMrrh Medicine is taken Internally and saliors of tho John Lind's crew to be Germany without Imposing heavy over $20,000,000,000 on luxuries, acground with Senators, agiee 'c their part In the rebellion of 1913 Blood on the Mucous acts thru the cording to estimates based on tar of the System thereby destroying a member of the Romanoff family, ThfiflB fnnr IPnrtpra rnmnrfsn n mn- -' P0na,Ues on ner 0r her past Wrong- the foundation of the disease, giving the which the Russian did not deny, when suggestions, and carry out what thf peoplo of the country want & de- jority of the administrative council do,ng' Tnoso Pei'a"es ure In tho rocelpts for tho year, declared Secro- lxUent strength by building up tho con .. i . .,.,-- . .. tarv nf fhn Tromt-- t. rrn... . t xr... ocxtution and assisting nature in doing its questioned by them. AA a power of the southern government. D" irBUiy wn,cu ine claration by the by ' - ; - - "- - """""' 7UV-"rartc The proprietors havo so muol, Their ages ranged from IS to CI that wo are at peace." power of Hall's ,3 por80nal An whilo the Am- filth la the curative prk' Democratic " The manifesto also proclaims In- Catarrh Medlclno that they offer One years. Hundred Dollars for any case that It fallr ul "'" " Senato valid the acta of tho Canton govern-- " oc,lulurs' woum to cure Send for list of testimonials. lloozc Is Not n Good Cure. iu miuy WIIIIOUI BWailOWIng WhOlQ i l. -- -ib uij am. wuuk cuuuj AddresB F. J. CHRNET & CO, Toledo. lit p Ilk 111 Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 73c. For tho ItcIIef of Rheumatic 1'alns. I (From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer) ol " U1,,,0 aonars a year, tne League or Nations covenant with --- Its sacrifice of American principles he sald' Ho tlclarotl it to bo his When you have stiffness and sore ! WTor n rtinn nmna tn vrtu nil r1nti Cut This Out And Take it With You and traditions. Peace with Germany bel,ef that a recession of prlcos ts WKATJI TO TIIK ItUIl CEDAR? ness of the muscles, aching joints and bled up with pain and declares he will A man often forgets the exact name not ,J0 0l)ectd "ntll production and except papor, : find it difficult to movo without pain die In your presenco unless you proiv.-ssEEg .":. In sections of the try massaging the affected parts with cure him a drink of whiskey, send MMilla Atlantic states red cedar trees Chamberlain's Liniment. It will re- - hint to a doctor or elso give him n else i nstead That is always dtsap- - BiV0 the actual V status. Tho ""roaau-- ant' 'here is a gradual defla- tlon of credit, Presl(lent.8 ve 0 do03g wwo popular for Christmas uses this Hove the pain and make rest and dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diar- pointing ' ""' uul and unsatisfactory. The year lor an uuusual reason. Spruce, sleep possible ni rhoea Remedy. There is a mistaken safe way Is to cut this out and take ?.e? U?.the. proteu80 of war ln th m heinloek, plnu aro ull Christinas trees notion among a whole lot of people It with you so as to common sense."-get-ting make sure of ia tbia region, but tho red cedar, a that booze is tho best remedy for HEEF PRICES DECREASE Chamberlain's Tablets. Vou t which In all tho towns hero is colic and stomach ache. rr. will find nothing quite so satisfactory Chicago. June G. Wholesale prices' U.kt7 to become a rarity, had prof-mA veto ot the Kn?x resolution was for constipation and indigestion, m' this your on other grounds of beef decreased from three to fire I MAY RATION SUGAR i long ago discounted. The resolutiqn n FIVE I ,s deaU' 8lnce tnoro '8 no Prospect ot USED MILLION PROPL&IIV than vwenrance, convenience in TO CONFECTIONERS cents In May and at tho end of tho AVOMAN PROFITEER ; IT LAST YEAR ntul intrinsic value. ' month wero not far from the level the veto being overridden in either ILL'S This part uf tho United States is prevailing when tho United States A Joint disNow York, Juno 5. Franco A. de Sllva. had of a Nev oranch ot Congress. What Congress tefttkilutl toward general recognition us ontered the- - war, according to a tribution committee to ration suga.' York export ostablibhinont. was nr- SDUBht to.do was not so much to ouvt u hcuiU number of leading n statoment issued tonight by the In- to confectioners throughout the coun- rested the other day charged with- tormlnato the state ot war with Oor- - CASCARAfcf QUININE try will be formed hero within twp profiteering In sugar. Sho had, It Is mnnjr so far ns domestic war legls-- , rsslniiB f tho world. The red stitute of American Meat Packers. ctiBar lias becomo inimical to tho np- An Improvement In tho foreign ex- - weeks, Armln W. Riley special assist- alleged bought 3,800 pounds of mi- - 'aNon was concerned, as to put on ftOMlOt jile industry through being n host treo change situutlou at many European ant to At'torney-GonerPalmer, an- gar a. 24 cents a pound which was record Its willingness to secure poaco Standard cold rerotdy for 20 years jIht an economically Important apple points was declared to havo resulted nounced today. by an alternative method, tho Presl lmmef.li iclj resold nt 27 conts. ui; orm laic, luro, no tliMUbu This is tho cedar rust or in a larger export trade In pork. Characterizing the sugar situation opiatct Drcaki up a cold in 24 dent having blocked all effort to s- -' hsurs rclltvts grip (n 3 dirJ. avplt) rust. It goes by both There wore no large ordors, the state- In tho United States as more critical tho euro It through tho ratification Monty back if It fail. Th ment said, but tho outlook for ir.fvi i i m aH& gtmiins cox hat a Red than at any time during the wa wie penning treaty. P Wltu Mr. nun ' is brother In ono The. cedar rust FOR FLETCHER'S to tho continent was reported Riley said an effort would be made picture. "Tho President's mind Is unchangiWtipect to tho wblto.pluo blister rust better thau for several months. jZS Klil At All Dras S:rt to have bakers economize on its use I ed by the demand for reservations to MEXICAN PRESS MAY Why man we made this cigarette for you! iBMHjjBH' ii for-mor- ly lo I wBIIl 9 P. J l.wiiyA CAMELS Latin-Americ- an Latin-Americ- an With the tiring your taste. They why "sen-aatlsn- al lUTs;'smm them 'm at fer quality ' anti-Carran- t ns ,., i,,,,,,, I - - e ,- . Yfi,t-Se- n, pro-vlslo- tf Yl n, Sur-fa.- war-maki- '""nce P"" ."""'' -- """ "","b "" tipple-growin- "S ie.s.?.i:it5,' """"" "'.". '- - can-exis- I 7" T1;1 " AsK for tl K HILL'S' ' ap-pi- J al . ox-po- rts Ohildren Ory CASTQ R A of MM k? i PROTECT AMERICA REPUBLICAN SLOGAN Applicable To Issue As Made By Wilson In Peace Veto. Washington, Juno 7 Protectloh of unfaltering Americanism will be tlio issue presented liy the Republican party at Chicago for decision In the campaign. Tho President's reiteration of his many previous statements that ho will not accept any sort of peace except that which does not Include his own pet league of nations and Ills fourteen points Is contained In the fol- lowing paragraph of his messago vetoing tho ICnox pence resolution: "Notwithstanding the fact that up on our entrance into tho war wo professed to bo seeking to assist in tho maintenance of common interests, nothing Is said in this resolution about the freedom of navigation upon the seas, or the reduction of armaments, or the vindication of the rights of Belgium, or tho rectification of wrongs clone to France, or tho release of the Christian populations of the Ottoman empiro from tho Intolerable subjugation which they have had for so many generations to endure, or tho establishment of an independent Polish state, or the continued maintenance of any kind of understanding, among tho great powers of tho world which would be calculated to prevent in tho future such outrages as Germany attempt- tlon of tho slackers all of whom nre wanted In tho United States by Federal authorities might do much to win tho friendship of Americans, particularly tho American Legion. Genoral Obregon received the suggestion in a most friendly spirit, hut as to the did not commit himself course he may pursuo In the matter, in the event of his election to tho Presidency. Ills whole attitude, howovcr, was ono of sympathy with tho suggestion. JjIVIA, ROUTE 2. Mr. William Mnyfleld and son, Vic- The World's Largest Tire Factory Building 30x3,30x31 and 31x4-mcnTires tor, of Owcnsbo'ro, spent tho past week with relatives at this place. Mr. William Hlnes and son, Robert of .Hartford, wero In this community, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Magan and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrsi Coleman Cundlff, of Bcda. Miss Ophelln French has return ed to her home at this place, after visiting friends at Hartford. Mr. James Crowe, of Southorland, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. I. S. Mason. Messrs. Henry French and Otis Clark made a business trip to Ow- ensboro, FrIadywithRTO(o,. .o ensboro, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Welch, of Pleasant Ridge, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Reggan. WAR AND PEACE. Although still "at Washington wnr" with Germany, we are in communication with her. Between the great radio station at Owners of the smaller cars can enjoy the same high relative value in Goodyear Tires that gives utmost satisfaction to owners of big, costly motor carriages. They can take advantage of that tremendous ' amount ofequipment, skill andcare employed by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary worth in the 30 x 3- 30 x Vi; and 31 x -, 4-in- ch i -- Vr. 4 sizes. v i . I "?- -' ed." Republican members of Congress are of the opinion that this statement Is entirely at variance with the actual facts. When the United States entered the war there was no profession of maintenance of commoji interests, but a declaration that the rights of the United States had been violated. When tho President arrived in Paris to help negotiate tho treaty he made no effort to secure from Great Britain nn acknowledgement of freedom of tho seas. Meanwhile Representative Drltten, of Illinois, had discovered that as tho result of ships now In building the- United States In 1823 will have a navy larger than tho combined force of tho British Empiro. This, Republican members feel, is tho best guarantee of freedom of the seas. Great Britain cleverly Incorporated in tho wording of tho peace treaty league covenant that no reduction In armament should bo made unless pro rata, which would still leave her in control of the seas of the world. The rights of Belgium have been vindicated by tho armies of the United States which overthrew tho German Empire, by the restoration of Belgium sovereignty, and by agreement by Germany to pay damages Germany has been shorn of her empire, her boundaries have dwindled and Franco now has troops on German soil in order to make sure that the last franc is exacted in reparation. Europe Is now working upon tho problem of Turkey. Poland is already in fact an independent republic. No kind of permanently peaceful understanding among tho nations of tho world can be possible until which the President fails to mention, extends to Ireland, India and every other subjugated state, and no preliminary agreement can be entered into by America until Its sovereignty and republican Ideals aro fully protected from the machinations of the diplomacy of empires. On this line the Republican leaders intend to fight If Jt takes all summer. The" President has laid down his platform for attack In tho one paragraph quoted. His opponents in Congress intend to meet the Issue on the facts. - Annapolis and tho big wireless tower at Nauen, near Berlin, traffic is In terchanged daily to the extent o; thousands of words. The transmission is described by our naval ra dio authorities, who control tho service, as well nolgh perfect. Messages are transmitted In 15 minutes. Next to Annapolis, Nauen Is the most powerful wireless station in the world. Tho communication now taking plate Is almost exclusively German-America- n commercial traffic. Phlladelphih Public Ledger. - ,:nf y& They can secure these tires without waiting, despite the enormous demand, because, in addition to its larger sizes, Goodyear builds an average of 20,000 a day in the world's largest tire factory devoted to the three j sizes mentioned. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, j or any other car using one of these sizes, go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Dealer for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear ,i Heavy Tourist Tubes. v. ( iv: fJW I 1 ; 7 - '.. 'v. . 30x3 Fabric, Goodyear Double-Cur- e Tread e T1 SO STRAIGHT TALK FROM A PRINCE ' " J 1 30x3Vt Goodyear Single-CurFabric, Antl-Skl- d Tread, t en proof 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- - &A5Q frag , . -- -- , Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tin first treatment is most important Whon an efficient antisceptic is applied promptly, there Is no, danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or boast, Borozone is the Ideal Antiseptic and healing agent. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by ni Ohio County Dm,g Co. - SLACKERS IN MEXICO U. 8. AFTER THEM (Special to Courier-Journa- l. ' Mexico City, June 6. A proposition looking to tho deportation back to the United States of a large numup ber of draft slackers has been putgivto Moxican authorities, who are ing tho matter serlpus consideration. These slackers who fled the Unitescape ed States during-- the war to Germany, number service against probably several thousand. In a talk with General Obreepn, and Times corTho Courlor-Journrespondent suggested that deportaal 7 ' The clear thinking and straight speaking which characterized the prince of Wales In his Intercourse with Americans while he was our guest are evidently a fixed habit, and do not desert him when ho Is among his own people. Some echo of the silly chatter which Is periodically raised about sale of tho British West Indies reached his cars whllo ho was in Barbados a few weeks ago, and moved him to say, in an after dinner speech: "You have probably heard that it was suggested tho other day that tbe British empire might pay off some of Its war debt by selling part of the MASONS TO SELL British West Indies. What an idea! the I need hardly say to you that HISTORIC TEMPLE king's subjects arc not for sale to other governments, and that their destiny, as free men, is in their own Deal Practically hands. Your future is for yourselves $300,000 to shape." Closed; Keith Circuit So long as tho sovereign or his May Object spokesmen cherishes such sentiments, be quite safe for him to say It will of every colony, as the prince added Negotiations for the sale of tho concerning Barbados: "I am sure that Barbados will never waver in its Masonic Temple, on Chestnut street loyalty to the British crown." And between third and fourth, for $300,-00- 0, the prince Is in the fifth generation have virtually been oloscd be- from George III. Harvey's Weekly. tweon James Garnett, acting in be- -, half of th'3 Masonic Widows' and OrAVERS COLUMBUS , KNEW OF AMERICA phans' Honi3, which owns the building, and Tamej II. Button, real estate Jean Henry Vignaud, an American dealer actlr? in behalf of Now York who became famous CO years ago clients, it was learned yesterday. Acthrouch his connection with tho Ala cording to the prevalent- opinion among Masonic officials interested in bama Claims Commission, has produc ed a pamphlet in which he sets forth the disposition of tho historical strictho theory that Columbus did not ture, the Schubert theatrical syndicross the oqean with the Intention of cate is believed to be the purchaser discovering a new route to India, but and the deal has been hanging firo thnt he hnd definite Information of only because the Keith circuit, which an island in the western seas of im now has a lease on the lar,;e theater mense slzo known to the scientific that occupies the 'first floor of the world as Antlla, and that it was for temple, may bo unwi'llng to surrenthe purpose of discovering this is- der it and accept $8,000 liquidated land and claiming It for the Spanish damages under its contract with the crown that Queen Isabella was per owners, which the purchaser has suaded to give him ald Vignaud has agreed to pay in addition to the stipspent much of his life in Europe ulated purchase price.' studying manuscripts and publicaInvestment Not Puylng Last year the Grand Lodge of Mations dealing with tho discovery of America. Years ago his theories of sons gave the Masonic Temple to the the life of Columbus were bitterly ed Widows' and Orphans' Home to do by German and Austrian schol directors of with it as it pleased, ars. His homo Is in Paris where he the home finding thnt they could not is dean of tho American colony. He earn sufficient income from It on the was born in New Orleans and is 9,0 money Invested, decided with tho apyears old. proval of the Grand Lodge officers to accept an offer made them thru Mr. Dutton, whose principal agreed WRECK COURTHOUSE to lease the auditorium to' the Grand Corn, Ireland, June 5. Oak Burr Lodge for three days' annual session House at Macroom, County Cork, the of that body for ten years and the property and former home of the offices now occupied by the grand Bowen Colthurst family, was burned period for a rental of $2,000. Tho today. It was Captain Bowen Colt- not necessary to the completion of the sale, the proposal was submitted hurst who had F. Sheehy Skoffing-toeditor of the Irish Citizen, Bhot to the masters of the 598 Masonic Lodges in the state in order that the during the rebellion of 1916. Tho courthouse at Firmount, coun- sense of tho entire fraternity might be known. ty Cork was wrecked last night. Henry S. McElroy, Lebanon, grand Tho police barracks at Kllmurry, master of Kentucky sent out circu Cork, wero burned. County n, Pf . lar letters asking the approval of the MILLIONAIRE SLACKER and her subsequent marriago to lodges and masters May 31, and urgMAKES GOOD ESCAPE Douglas Fairbanks in Los Angeles, ing that all answers be in his of fie 3 Is the 'belief expressed in Rono toby tomorrow. At 2:30 o'clock yesG. C. Bergdoll, the wealthy Phila- day. terday afternoon 337 favorable answers, more than a majority had been received. Only one master opposed the sale. Formal signing of the deed, however, has not been reached, it was learned, owing .to the uncertainty as tb the disposal of the lease on tho auditorium to the Keith circuit. "It may be carried into the courts before the matter is adjusted," said one official yesterday. When tho purchase price for thn temple is turned over to the Masonic Home trustees it will' more than complete its building fund of $1,000,000 with which a' new Masonic Home will be erected In a site to ba deckled by the Grand Lodge at Its meeting next October. Some of the trustees of the home favor building additions on the present site between First and Second streets from Lee to Avery, upon which all buildings have been erected since 1870, when Kentucky founded the first institution of the kind in the world. Other directors, however, favor building near the city limits oi the cottage community plan so the wards of the home may have tho advantages of country air and farm life. A drive among the 55,000 Masons of the state to secure a million dollars has been in progress for some months, the collections to date being $720,000 and while the $300,000 from the sale of tho temple Is destined for the endowment fund, It may be used if found necessary until that amount can be raised from other sources. mm This would be the simplest way for delphia draft dodger who eluded the authorities for two years and who the star to avoid having her decreo was Anally caught and sentenced to set aside, everybody agrees. Ave years imprisonment, escaped from The rumor is given credence becustody while on a visit to his home cause of the fact that Attorney P. A. Claiming that he had buried $150,000 McCarran, who represented Miss in gold in the mountains, about one PIckford in tho divorce proceedings hour's rlde.from Philadelphia, he was at Mlnden, has just purchased tho permitted to leave prison to recover Gusbons homo In this city, the conIt. 'While in his home he left his sideration being estimated at more guards for a moment to answer a than $50,000. That the home has telephone and failed to return. The been purchased for Mr. and Mrs. guards may be courtmartlaled. Au- Fairbanks, Is rumored here. o thority for leaving prison was granted MEAT FRAUD TUNISIfED. s offlco at the by the request of Bergdoll's lawyers, headA fine of $5,000 and a term of 18 ed by S. T. Apsell, formerly The attor- months in prison was he punishment neys assumed responsibility for the handed to T. F. Keane, a Washingprisoner's return and have offered a ton meat dealer, by the U. S. district reward of $2,500 for his capture. It court at Norfolk, Va. Conspiracy to appears that the government was defraud the government was cbarg warned of the plot In advance but ed. did nothing to head it off. adjutant-general'- t - AIRPLANES IN POLITICS. St. Paul, Minn.. June are playing an active part In tho NaLeague's politi tional Non-Partis- cal campaign in Minnesota. A. C. Townley, president of the na tional organization, was the first to use a plane, and as a result, he was able to appear at several meetings a day. Now another plane has been purchased by the league to be used In furthering its campaign for the Republican nominations in the state primary election, Juno 21. TO USE MINNESOTA PEAT. WS 1 Greater Pride in. YourHome Tho peat beds of Minnesota covering more than 17,000 acres are to be developed by a million' dollar corporHow 'can John Bull love us when ation formed for the purpose. American Irish are twisting the lion's tall and American drys trying to am- DOUG AND MARY MAY BUY HOME IN RENO putate his cocktail? Toledo News-De- CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR You can't help taking a greater pride in your home when it's spick and span in a brand-necoat of w C DUTCH BOY WHITE-LEAD e. Reno, Nev., June 6. That Mary "Tell me truly why you gavo up PIckford plans to establish a legal drink?" residence In Nevada, as a meanB of "Well, dear, the .last timo your offsetting the annulment proceedings mother was here I came home late Instituted by Attorney General Fowand saw three of her. The shock ler following the screen favorite's cured me." Detroit News, divorce from Owou Moore at Mlnden j and pure linseed oil. This pajnt costs 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 We use only and our prices are right. May ve estimate on your work!. Svt A $urfan ana yuu a altj htjh-eradrna-teri- als J. C. CASEBIER IlnrtfortI, Ky, Jhc Hartford Republican Published Weekly by IIARTFOIU) PIUNTIXG COMPANY slve rook were played the Ladles were Invited Into her beautiful dining room, beautifully decorated with roses, to partake of n most delicious luncheon consisting of salad and an ice. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG '(By 1. D. Claire.) Incorporated W. S. TIXSLEY, Editor mid Business Manager. h I am always delighted to see any of tno rolKs from down home, , ti 1 keep an eye out for them. I chad o-f- r Entered according to law nt the Mr. M. L. Ileavrln was in Owons-bor- o a man four blocks the other day and Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall when I overtook him it was an old Tuecday. matter of the second class. Hebrew Junk dealer I though ht to Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Smith returned was my old friend Albert Cox. Address all communications from Owensboro Wednesday. The Hertford Republican. i There Is a religion that goes regu larly to church and contributes liberMrs. O. T. Burns returned NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ally to Its support," and thinks it1? from a few days' visit with Subscribers desiring the paper sent pious duty discharged. Hell will team at Utlca and Owencboro. to a new address must give tho old with such christians. Religion is a address in' making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Wallace, of matter of, conscience and conduct, por line, and Sc per line for each ad Akron, Ohio, are visiting relatives and as such it will be tried at the ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards In Ohio County. Mr. and Mrs. Wal- judgment. of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for lace made the trip from Akron in a each head line and signautre, money motorcycle. Fluke used to chide me a great In advance. deal about my extravagance in comChurch Notices for services free, Mr. Leslie Hanson, connected with pliments, and I was sorely reminded but other advertisements, lc per word. tho oil company developing the field of the evil Influence of my example will north of town, has moved to Owens- when I noted his reference last week Anonymous communications receive no attention. boro, where ho will be for the next to Bat Nail as a "high class, educated bridegroom." But maybe he wns usfew weeks. .... . TELEPHONES j ing the Bombay rule for rating. m,s r 59 Farmers Mutual Dr, E. W. Ford and family arrived 123 , Cumberland Keeping ono's word and complylnr Here Wednesday from Crescent City, They will bo here for some with one's promises are duties none Fla. 'time visiting relatives and mingling may justly escape, but such virtues JUNE 11 FRIDAY . i by no means Insure one's honesty. with old friends. To take advantage of a.fellowman's , - Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Russell-vill- e, ignorance or his necessities to take yTPp1'V ANNOUNCEMENT r arrived here Wednesday, to from him what is rightly due him is to announce visit with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Duke, the meanest manner of rascality. authorized "We are the candidacy of John P. Haswell, Jr., and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I am watching every train for tho of Breckenridge County f or Congress B. W. Stewart, at Cromwell. return of' my good friends, Wilburn from the Fourth Congreslonal DisThe train schedule on the M. H. & Tinslejr and John B. Wilson, from trict, subject to the action of the RePlnevllle is In the mounE. was changed Hast Sunday. Num- Pinevllle. publican party. will arrive at tains, the mountains are flush with 71 south-boun- d ber Hartford at S:57 A. M.; number 49 "moonshine" liquor, and if them We notice where tho Kentucky Re- south-boun- d will arrive at 3:25 P. M. birds don't conje back with their grips tail Clothiers' Assoclatloifmeets next number 48 north-boun- d will arrive full of "mountain jay" I will be week do your buying before then. at 11:45 A. M.; number 74 north- shocked with disappointment. bound will arrive at 5:55 P. M. ' Mexico and the Carranzistas have "Didn't you think the music was just splendid?" the Madam asked me been completely burled for the past NOTICE. ui as we were leaving tho strand tht wtek in favor of the G. 0. ) . con.i.XJ-other night. "Pretty good," I said, Y.'t HV,""" vention. Notice is hereby given that the un- "but I'd rather hear once more the " s 4, dersigned will on the first Tuesday ring of the old court-hous- e bell at WIncie King, thinks the San Fran1920, make application Hartford, than the finest orchestra In promises to be even In September, cisco "quake" to The State Board of Control at Louisville," and 1 was in dead earnmore interesting than the convention Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, est about it, too. Chicago. at , and will ask that he be released from his confinement at the state penicompliMentioning extravagant a Why not inaugurate tentiary at Eddyville. ments, reminds me that 1 was more tin can picking week,in the near This, June 4, 1820. than matched recently. Meeting a future? Get the jump on nature and 50tl0p ERNEST LITSEY. lady I had not seen for many moons maintain it for the rest of the sum -- . I greeted her with, "Now what good mer. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE thing have I done that the gods should so generously reward me?" proved to be a luxThe overall fad All persons having claims agains And she sallied back, "Mr. Claire, ury not a saving. Immediately after estate of H. Pf Taylor, deceased, you are the politest man I ever saw," the plan was started, clubs were form- the hereby notified to present same to but you know, the old French proare in ed in almost every city and blue proven, on or before Au- verb says that in order always to be to be found on ev- us, properly overalls were gust 1st., 1920, or they will be for- polite we must sometimes be a little ery street corner, now those same overalls are adorning a hook In the ever barred. knowing themselves in- insincere. All persons cellar or garret and the owner Is I am getting along swimmingly debted to the estate of H. P, Taylor, dollars. poorer by four or five deceased, will please call and settle with my new love affair loving people. You have seen two magnets Congress passed th6 National Bud- at once. This June 11th., 1920. draw themselves together without be- get system, which President Wilson ing moved by any visible energy. PeoJ. P. TAYLOR, vetoed, because it took from him the WOOLFOLK BARROW, ple, at least some people, are mag comptroller, and power to remove the Administrators. nets to some .other epople. Only for that reason he regarded it as un 50t3 once, or a few times, and maybe nev constitutional. Anything that takes ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE. er, in a life time, may the human power from' the President, Is of magnet meet Its negative, but when lti yet Is per- course, unconstitutional, The undersigned administratrix doe3 the attractlon.operates with unfectly constitutional to, through the as proposed by will on Saturday, June 19, 1920, at erring certainty. This principle acLeague of nations, Mr. Wilson transfer power expressly the residence of Ida Kelley, in Ohio counts for the great passions of which conferred upon congress and convey County, Ky., sell at -- public outcry the essayists write and the poets sing. It to a commission sitting at some all of the personal property belong- Some of them are high and noble, ing to H. C. Crowe, deceased, which some of them low and mean, but in distant point in Europe. property consists of horses, mules, either event they move people wrth The railroad situation Is ap- hogs, poultry, household and kitchen the irresistible force of the tides. We proaching a breaking point, some- furniture. Said property will be sold bless such a relation in its higher thing must be done in the next few to the highest and best bidder on a and curse It in its lower relations, forgetful that neither event may be weeks. It Is becoming harder and Credit of six months. Purchasers will be required to ex- a matter entirely of voluntarly conharder each day to get an order .'u and get the goods shipped out. Tho ecute bonds with approved security. trol. George Delker Buggies in all styles wholesale men are refusing to ship immediately after sale. Sums of less of unexceptional .value are on our FOR SALE Registered, big type, and guarantee any specie date of than $5.00 will be sold for cash. floor for your inspection. Poland china boar. This June 7, 1920. delivery. Many freight offices are ACTON BROS. CLAUD RENFROW, Dundee. 49t2 IDA KELLEY, closed entirely and unless pressure is once and the Administratrix of the estate of brought to bear at wheels of transportation again set in H. C. Crowe, deceased. " V V I "J i " "I TTT V Vi V V V V I VVI IV "J! V V V 'I V V VvTTT "v3 motion, gfeater suffering than the American people have hitherto experienced will be our portion. Besides the Club members the InMrs. W C. vited guests were Mrs .Henderson Murphreo and Miss Myrtle Maddox. poor through' waste The world Not waste of wealth, but waste of time, its most valuable asset. Is FORDSON TRACTORS to catch up with your farming. Buy one, run it day and night, keep water and the proper oils and greases in it and it won't get tired. Shortage or farm 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- Will help you .J I SON. t. .&S,a5j.V..liSi j Good Plows, Good Harrows, Good Corn Planters, Manure Spreaders, Cultivators. We can give you the best to be had, and the best Jy" asi weed-cuttin- g, 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 authorized Ford Agents. We have de-m- a new up-to-da- te 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. E. P. Barnes TT . Beaver Dam, Ky. Bro. your age, business experience and One of the nicest and most delight whether you are a property owner. ful social functions of tne year was All communications and information and., will be held in strict confidence clven by Mesdames McCrai-lieE. A. S trout Farm Agency Blanken8hip at the homo of the lat Arcade Ilulldlng, er, Wednesday afternoon St. Louis, Missouri. After several games of progres The American people are spending twenty billion dollars a year for the luxuries of life. These figures were compiled by the government from the tax receipts for the past year. The Prospective farm to the things that the most luxury tax is number of 7,500 each buyers are writ-'- .. '.I week peopaid on, are the things that the ing to or calling at our offices ml" ' ple could do without and not feel America's twelve largest cities as the . . auvertis- any noticeable want. It's not up to result oj our country-wiu- e ing. We to kick because of high prices but improved have sold more than 21,000 ! ub farms. We now wish to se-- 1 it is up to us to spend less and save cure the services of reliable men to !i more and then we will be gratified act as our local representatives in by seeing the prices start on their desirable farming sections in Kentumble downward. If we continue tucky. capital, business methods and The on our wasteful spending we can ex- reputation of the largest farm agency pect nothing but high price.' As in the world, established in 1900, will long as there is a demand for any be behind you and your success is ascertain article the price affixed to sured. Unless you have been sucenjoy cessful in ventures, that same article will jemaln at a the respectother confidenceand your of and high figure, and at present we are townsmen, do not apply. Previous the demanding almost every available experience not necessary, but you must own an automobile. article. tion Our business is paying capable men $3,000 to 7,500 yearly. State all DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT particulars In first letter regarding and FARM I ixoonng Rubber Roofing That Lasts and Is Dependable $ Old reliable brands that we have been handling for years has been tested and proved to be good. We have a car that was bought before the recent advances, and we can save you Write for prices delivered to your railroad i The Sunlight Creameries OF EVANSVILLE, IND. Will opean a cream receiving station at Salesmen Wanted!!! HARTFORD and BEAVER DAM Friday, June 25 We will guarantee satisfaction at all times and very highest cash market. The Hartford stawill be under the charge of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. the Beaver Dam station will be in the building .. of J. D. .Williams & Sons Implement Co., under the ;; charge of MISS MYRTLE MADDOX. . x f station. Fordsville Planing Mill Company JAKll WILSO.V, Manager FORDSVILLE, KY. .W4-H44- ,v m The Hartford Republican JUNE 11 Sir. L. G. MEN'S HEAD WEAR ' ' with relatives Dnrrett spent last at Darrett's FIUDAYi IM IHtfFMJMBrirWgjrTtBMMBBMBi PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr Leslie Hagerman spent week end In Lcitchflcld. Oct your Hay Tedders and Sweep Hakes from 49t2 W. E. ELMS & DRO. Bank Service! When this bank promises Service and you accept, we commit ourselves to support your efforts in every . way that a progressive Bank can. ' Misses Edna Dlack and Qertrudo Schlcmmer left yesterday, for Franklast fort, where they go to visit Miss Mae Mount. UIGYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. rfsssiAVyovf3icA wfcsN cai!sr ?iMI WH Our Wlro Fence has nrrlved. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Prof. W.P. RhoQds, of Central City, has boon up for a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. II ' Rhoads. Miss Amelia PIrtle returned Tues day, from a two weeks' visit with Merchandising, Industry and "1 b h. - teimm&mfWffifW?rikx ?J'2'?HHKraiatt1MsWBXtTl W aMi&s&ii$&i. bjioj smuiis snnmuBj 09"9t oj OO'JJ k Mrs. Mlnnlo W, Lee spent the week end with relatives at Dundee her sister, Mrs. Vernon LIgon, at Henderson. Hon. E. M. woodward was In town, on business, the first of the week. Miss Harriet Flener, of Cromwell. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Jcnnio Ross, of Kronos, Is Lenthea McKlnney, at Jenkins, for visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Taylor." the past few days. i drilling It may be that you are not familiar with the many ways in which this Bank can serve YOU. We are always ready to discuss financial problems with the view of benefiting the customer as well as the bank. Miss Juanlta Long, of Evansvllle, Ind., returned homo Monday, after spending several days here, the guest . Mr. Leonard Black, of Chicago, is of Miss Sweet Nail. visiting his uncle, Mr. Frank Blacky Mr. Gilmore home FOR SALE Used Ford touring Sunday from Lexington, where he has Car. TAYLOR & MORRIS, been attending the University of KenHartford, Ky. tucky, for the past year. Keown-retUTned We pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. BANK OF HARTFORD Incorporated Ohio County's Oldest Financial Institution. 00'fi oj am 0$ oj gj Ant ioj -- ' Ajircnb pjjqDsqjou -- i9M Twin passup Xq paJwpJJ tnot jo Master Evans Slsk, of Luzerne, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sidney AiBijS c iaiuuins nqi jjojujoa )cq .wf Joj scavj4$ fC$tjonQ s pjiqosqio m trctfj .(iinonatdsuoo aaoiu swqdiou spapj Muoiqrej jo ssejfl aqi MEN'S ACCESSORIES Belts, Suits, Ties, Shirts, Underwear, Hosieiy, Collar Pins, Scarf-Pin-s, Collar Buttons, Cuff Buttons, Etc. See us for Men's Wear. , If you want a good Mollne Mowing Machine and Rake. go to AQTON Mr. and Mrs. J. I.'McCuen, of Tul 49t2 sa, Okla., BROS. , will arrive here Tuesday to visit with Mrs. McCuen's sister, Mrs. ONE-DA- Y ATTEND THE SPECIAL J. R. Pirtle and Mr. Pirtle. FAIR AT HARTFORD, JULY 3rd, 1920. Mrs. W. T. Woodward returned home yesterday after visiting for Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kirk spent the Some time with her daughter, Mrs. E. week end with Mr .and Mrs. E. E. D. Thomas, at Akron. Ohio. Crabtree. You can find the Osborne and Deer. Mr. Henry Leach made a business ing mowers, one and, two row corn trip to Louisville last Friday and planters and Osborne Disc Harrows, Saturday. j, at W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S. 40t3 , Mrs. Ira D. Bean and daughter left Sunday for Louisville, to spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Her, Mr. Bean Joined her today. ijJVjvygyhHKKsCME3WKH jisBT?mBii5BjfliMiiiB 2kzi&Go. iHr K w Miss Mattie Bonner, of Barrett'3 Mr. A. D. Kirk Is attending the Re Ferry, is visiting her brother, Mr. L. publican National Convention, at G. Barrett. Chicago, and Mrs. Kirk is visiting friends in Nashville, Tenn. Brookfield Creamery Butter, none Mr. HInton Leach returned home better made. Get It of CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Saturday, from Lexington, where he has been attending the University oj. Miss Belle Walker, of Morgantown. Kentucky, for the past year. spent the week-en- d with Miss Mil T dred Teachout. Mrs. Cozle Dupuy, of Rockport, ar it rived here yesterday to spend several Mr. Alvls S. Bennett, of Louisville; days, the guest of her aunt and uncle. visited relatives in Hartford and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. vicinity, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Claron Flener, of Mrs. M. J. Ross spent last week- Cleveland, Ohio, are visiting Mr, end with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Flener's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flener,.at Cromwell. Rhoads, at Goshen. Mr. W. S. Tinsley and Judge John Mrs. P. O. McKlnney, of Center-tow- n, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R. II. B. Wilson, are attending the Grand Lodge meeting of the Knights of Gillespie, this week. Pythias, at Pinevllle, this week. If you want your HOUSE TO Miss Norine Barnett returned home Paint, RED SHINE use the best last Thursday, from Mt. Vernon, ACTON BROS. SPOT. where she has been teaching during We have all sizes of screen doors the past year in the high school. and window screens, chgap. Miss Amelia May Barnett returned WILLIAMS & DUKE. home Monday, after visiting her sisMrs. Oscar Bishop and son David, ter, Miss Norine, at Mt. Vernon, and left Monday for Lagrange, where they relatives and friends In Louisville. will visit for' some time. Mr. Alex Bozarth left Wednesday Mrs. Chester Wilson spent last for Akron, Ohio, where he goes to week-en- d with her brother, Mr. O. C. resume his work, after several weeks vacation, spent here with relatives. Martin, and Mrs. Martin. Get Thorough Cultivation Without Hard Work Do 70a still find that making a cultivator do the right kind of work Is a tiresome, tedious Job? Wouldn't you bo interested In cultivator that pats thoroughness into cultivation, and takes the hard work out? That is just what the use of our John Deere KC Cultivator assures. The "KCV' rigs, la Mtdag" stay parallel. Its shovels always face, squarely to their work. They never track or trail on crooked tows. No uncultivated spots nor no deep trenches are left. Over all of the field, on crooked rows, as well aa on straight rows, the "KC" gives thorough cultivation the kind that most effectively destroys weeds and conserves, moisture. Yob ceo The rigs shift quickly in response to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs is as natural as walking. You can maintain thorough cultivation without delaying1 work to make adjustments. No wrench work is necessary. You don't have to leave the seat. Simply use the handy levers. These levers enable you to meet quickly and accurately every field condition. We want you to get Into the. seat of this cultivator and see for' yourself how handy and reliable it is. We've never seen its equal cultivation for time in single-rosaving, labor-savin- g, work in the field. Don't fail to come in early and get acquainted with this cultivator. w ng Method equipment get a "KC" farnuhed with the fomotw John Detr hoof shovel and tweep. slip-poi- nt s FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., Fordsville, Ky. . m H- - & KEEP-KOO- L Irs. F. V. Jler, of Beaver Dam, Mr. James Tate will leave today for Louisville, whore ho will spend will leave June 15, for Long Beach California, to make an extended visthe rest of his vacation. it with her daughter, Mrs. Nola Miss Gorin Flener, of Cromwell, spent the first of the week visiting Mrs. Marvin Bean returned Wed friends and relatives here. nesday to her home In Akron, Ohio. Master Commissioner O. C. Martin Mrs. Bean has' been visiting friends sold the Mauzy property on Griffin and relatives in Hartford for the past few weeks. street to Squire J, L. Pajton. Tomato Growers! If we can be of service to The National Summer Suit for Men fo real comfort these warm days wear Summer' Suit. Light a KEEP-KOOL in weight, snappy tailored, snappy, new models for all young men,v 16 to 80 years. Let us show you our new mod-- '' summer fabrics. els in standard h Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. See our lino of Magazines! We Mr. Rufus Williams, of near town trip to Dawson are going to carry a line of Magamade a business zines regularly. Let us know your Springs yesterday, returning today. favorites and we'll get them for you. -CASEBIER & TAYLOR. order book. LOST Leather-boun- d Please return to Mr. Byron Williams arrived home L. B. FOSTER, 50tlp Sunday from Lexington, whera he has Commercial Hotel, been attending school.- - Mr. Williams us a check for that overdue Is visiting his father, Mr. Rufus Wil Hand subscription the first time you havo liams, of near town. a few spare moments, we need the Mr. Seth Itiiey, accompanied by money. his mother and brother, Jack, let: Mr. Arthur Leach ditched his new Wednesday for Akron, Ohio, Mrs Briscoe last Sunday night inthe big Riley and Jack intend to make Akron ditch near the railroad crossing, on their home for the next few months. Clay Stredt. Servicable Cook Stoves and Ranges 519-52- 0 Mercantile Bank Bldg:, Mrs. WiUle Herrick, of Connorsr and the famous New Perfection Oil Stove, a stove that consumes the minvile, Ind., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. A. Baird, and other relatives in the imum in fuel and will cook to your can be had of ACTON satisfaction county. BROS. 492 LOST Bay mare, with white hind Mr. Glenn Is visiting Howard hands high. Disappeared feet, 15 from Rosine some two weeks ago, friends and relatives here. He will had bridle and saddle on at the time. return soon to Lexington, where he vocational students nt the University months school work each year, so ho Notify ESTILL SHULTZ, McIIonry has been in school for the past year. of Kentucky, and the government, returns to take up' work la the sum- Mr. Glenn is one of the government's being very exacting, requires twelve mer school Ky. . . you in any way, let us know. Inquire of Bank of Hartford. POCHET PACKING CO. FARM DEPARTMENT. It North AVcliMcr's Slory nt Itcvlscil. Not only will. It be plentiful, but on whose ox Is gored Is likely to be cheaper this year than It all depends past, na Mr. Noah Webster once said In a for somo years I Yucatan the chief and cheapest story. charming little source of henequen, from which the Farmer Johnsonlus Smllhflcld had 35 chic- - twine Is made produced a large crop call hint that for short Ho this year; which, coupled with tho kens that he wanted to sell. to town, was offered termination of control of prices by hauled, them re19 cents a pound for them, refus- - the Commission Regulation, was and was hauling them sponsible fpr a drop In the price of ed to take It, back home when he met the county fiber from 15 to '10 cents a pounds agent, who advised him to ship them In March. The price is now reported city, where, he believed to bo S cents a pound. This to a near-b- y bring 22 cents a pound or duction should be reflected in the would more. Smlthfield said he never had price of twine this season. hus far tne recent revolution in Bhlpped any chickens, that he did not believe In newfangled ways, and that Mexico has not affected tho henequln ho would take the chickens back industry of Yucatan and Campeche, home. The county agent was so the two Important It is too Bnro of his ground that he offered States of that country. to guarantee Smlthfield 22 cents, and ( late now for any disruption of this on his personal responsibility paid Industry to affect seriously the sup-th- e farmer the money In advance .piles of twine for this year's harvest. jas practically all the fiber necessary $32.62. About a week later the county for the present needs have already agent met Smlthfield and suggested . been Imported to the United States Although there is no danger for that they settle up the chicken deal. "Well, hbw did it come out?" inquir- this year's twine supply, officials of 5, the Department of Agriculture are ed Farmer Smlthfield. "I lost Bald the county agent, "and, of course somewhat apprehensive over the ef- you are going to share it with me.". feet 'that the low prices for fiber now will have upon the "No, sir," said Smlthfield, "it od out exactly as 1 thought It would, 'production of henequen during the and'l am under no obligations to bear j next few years. Low prices,' accord-an- y of the loss." "Well," said the nB to reports to the Department, are county agent, "I Just wanted to seejiea(iing the growers in Yucatan to you felt about It. Here Is the.duce their planting with the result check, $42.21, which Is $9.59 more that a real shortage of the fiber five than I paid you. I got 28 cents a 0r six years hence is a very likely pound for those chickens Instead fo possibility. . I re-th- ey WELL AND HAPPY frnge to the women of nil Europo has so astounded and humiliated the men of the United States. We wo- are WOMAN, SHE SAYS not less glad that women of other CIRCUIT COURT. lands have won tho vote, but feel Judgo R.'W. Slack, Owemboro. that we have been betrayed by our Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart"Guard your vote, dear women of Europe, as a soldier guards his weaTo Health After Ten pon. It Is your shield and armor, Years Suffering. your sword and buckler. With it you may rebuild Europo, emancipate your sex and make the world a tit Mrs. W. P. Carroll, of 428 South place for an advancing people to live 17th street, Louisville, is still an- in. Without lt you are lost in politiother highly esteemed Kentucky cal chaos. As I view world politics DIRECTORY. Mar- Louisville Woman Restored own nation. i ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Master Commissioner BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. BoardW. T. McKennea. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopes. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kesslnter. Marshal Grant Pollard. i i. J. f fiber-growi- turn-'prevaili- re-ho- w 99. fonts." Now, to follow the sequence of Mr. Number Of Breeding Sows Less. Webster's story, we would have to Breeding sows declined 9.9 per make Farmer Johnsonlus Smlthfield cent during the year ending April 1, .demand the turning over of that 1fl9ft nrnnnllnz to InvestlKationS of $9.63 to him; but it didn't comajrol of Cron Estimates'. The that Way. Tha county agent otter-- 1 numijer of thesa anImalg for ed to do exactly that thing, but, ls reported for south Caro- both Farmer Smlthfield said, 'I won t have and. GeorgIa. and increases for It that way; you keep halt the profit F, rfd Tesas and New Mexlco. The and I'll take half. You have taught neav,egt decllnM were found in Mas-m- e a lesson that will bo worth a B Indlana inlno,g, Missouri, deal more than that to me ami my, T & Montana, Wyoming, Colo- neighbors whenever the local dealers-and ldaho refuse to pay us what our produce Is 0utgtand,ng result3 tlur.ng the first worth, months of the "Better Sires That .13 not an Imaginary story, i stock movement are announc- The United States Department of Ag- Un,ted stateg Department riculture vouches for it and backs it ,culture. owners of 63,628 up with the records of the Office of Jn addul(jn tQ 61413 pouUrjr Extension work In the South. haye ple(ged tno:nse,ves to use pure bred sires for all classes of live stock Few States Yield Bulk Of Total Corn kept In vlew of the prolificacy of Production farm Hve stocki especially swine and Although most of the crops of this pouUry a rapia upward trend in the country are produced In many of tn0Jquamyof animals on farms enrolled States. If not all, it is not generally Jn the campaIgn ls expected, realized that a large fraction of the( Durlng tno first six months 990 national crop, perhaps most of it, is nersons comnlied with the official . .1.. n... otuico. Cnofilr.g nj.k-Inme prouiict ul .. icw O.n.nc request to use purebred sires only. 1919, it may be said that and upon written declaration to that for of the great corn crop effect each was awarded a suitable nearly one-ha- lf Is found In the five States of Iowa, emblem. In Pulaski County, Va., Illinois, Texas, Nebraska, and India- ISO live-stoowners aligned themh na. Kansas contributed selves with the campaign. Thl3 Is of the winter wheat crop; North Da- the largest figure for any county .1 of the spring the United States. Hampshire counkota nearly three-fift- h of the flax- ty, Mass., Brunswick County, Va., Washington, June 6. The women whent and seven-eight- s Preparations in the Philllplne Isseed; Pennsylvania and New York, and Transylvania County, N. C, are of the United States feel that they lands are being made to celebrate of the buckwheat; others having large enrollments. nearly As have been betrayed by their own na- next year the discovery of the Islands of the rice. a State, Virginia ranks first, North tion, declared Mrs. Carrie Chapman by .Magellan. According to the beLouisiana, about one-haundthat State, California, and Texas Carolina second, Massachusetts third, Catt, honorary chairman of the Na- lief of the Filipinos the explorer first nearly seven-eight- s. Colorado fourth nnd Florida fifth on tional League of Women Voters in an landed on the Island of Malhou March Tobacco is highly concentrated in the basis of number of persons en- address delivered today before the 15, 1521, and then sailed about dis- I Succeed when everything elie falls. In nervout prostration and female Kentucky and North Carolina, from rolled. congress of the International Woman covering other islands of the group. weaicnesse.- -' tney are tne supremo crop one-haof the which more than remedy, at thousands have testified. Supporting the evidence of the first Suffrage Alliance at Geneva, Switzer- It ls planned to have the memorial came. Texas, Georgia, and South three months, when It was observed land. The text of Mrs. Catt's re- exercises occupy several weeks, AmFOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Carolina produced more than one-ha- lf that the use of purebred males led to marks was made public at the league erican residents participating as well STOMACH TROUBLE . iuc j,. u of the cotton; Alabama, Texas, the use of purebred females, also, the headquarters here. u .1- .- Best. mtcucmo ever aota as the natives. over a druggisfa counter. one-ha1 of complete figures for six months fur nnd Virginia more than "As all the world knows, the Unitold boy had told a the peanuts; Wisconsin and Illinois nish additional evidence. In poul ed States has been dedicated from The 42 per cent of the clpver seed. try flocks headed by sires of pure the first to the people of self govern- fib, and had been commanded by his of the oats grew breeding, more than 67 per cent of ment," said Mrs. Cattt. "No other mother to go to bed In the dark. Nearly one-haIn Iowa, Illinois, Texas, Minnesota, the hens were likewise of pure breed- nation has made the same pronounceHe started reluctantly, and upon of the po- ing, only about 2 per cent being mon- ments. taking a long look at the dark stairand Wisconsin; two-fiftA Prominent Nurse Testifies tato crop in New York, Michigan, grels. The remainder were grade and "No other country has repudiated way, turned to bis mother and said, Kt.-- "I CoYfiJQTON, have been and Pennsylvania, more than one-hacrossbred birds. In swine about 63 ts constitution, principles and history "Mother, don't you think you'd betPierce's Favorite Dago recommending Dr. of the barley In California, South per cent of the sows in herds headed in its denial of votes to its women, ter come along, and see if I really Froaorlp-tlo- n kota, Minnesota, Kansas, and North by purebred boars were purebred, and and that is why the extension of suf- - to bed?" to my patientsb Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Min- only 2.5 per cent were scrubs. The and per-- 1 nesota, and Nebraska. averages for all animals and poultry ona friends for grades, 39,0 per cent; crossbreds, .When To Cultivate Corn. several 10.2 per cent; and scrubs 2.5 per yean, ever Tho best answer to the question cent. In all cases the males used since it reof how frequently corn should be were purebred, that being the re stored me cultivated, say specialists of the U. S. quirement for enrollment In tho to perfect ' Department of Agriculture, is that it campaign. a f.t e r a tn l. mtlfl lia tiiltlvntnl nftnn nnnn t very sexi-6u-e keep down weeds and to maintain ill. ness with constantly a looso soil mulch till the For the first time since the Civil War we have a real inward To corn has attained its growth. merchant marine. It cost us $3,000,000,000 to get It. trouble. this end a greater number of cultiFor Infants and Children In every The farmer, manufacturer, laborer every American Is vations will be necessary when rains instance that I have known women to In holding our position on the seas. Interested Years nt intervals of about a week cause In Use For Over take Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrescripAs a first step in this direction it ls necessary to modify tion for feminine weakness, or if in the surface soil to run together and Always bears the those articles of existing commerclnl treaties which huve need of a special tonic during expectcrust. This crust must be broken Signature of operated to thwart the upbuilding of our merchant marine ancy, it has never failed in giving the and the soil mulch restored, or excesutmost satisfaction. A is a woman's By giving the notice of termination for which the several and evaporation will soon sive run-of- f medicine that canbe depended-upotreaties provide. GREECE TO FIGHT rob the soil of its moisture. to relieve nervous conditions, besides This action is directed in the constructive Shipping Bill AND TURK BUIX3AR Promptness In restoring the soil building up and strengthening the now before Congress; mulch after a rain is Important. With entire womanly orgaoiim. I shall Which declares It to be the policy of the United States If Greece'expects to hold onto the always priise Dr. Force's Favorite double cultivators widened and by "to do whatever may be necessary to develop and enPrescription most highly." II us. driving astride each alternate row, territory of Thrace, which tho sucourage" a merchant marine. Pattie Elliott, 1413 Kendall Bt. hor, the the mulch is restored in half the time preme council allotted to This policy deserves the support of tvtry American, Favorite Prescription should havo necessary to drive astride of every will have to defeat both the IJulgar the full confidence of every woman in Lacking this support the present effort to maintain our row. and 'the Turkish armies, according to Amtrica because in contains no alcopresent The Bulgars merchant marine may suffer tho fate of many ineffective Indications. hol and no narcotic. Doctor Pierce attempts of the past. by the decision of were so Incensed Binder Twlno Plentiful. knew, when be first made this standard Send for a copy of "For an American Merchant Marine." 'The wheat grower need have no ap- the supreme council that the delemedicine, that wlu&ky and morphine gates to the peace conference resignprehension as to the supply of binder were Injurious, and so be has always kept tbpm out of bis remedies. Dr. this season. Reports coming ed rather than sign the treaty. Militwine Committee of American Shipbuilders Pforoe'ii Favorite Prescription can be ' to the Bureau of Plant Industry, of tary preparations to resist the en30 CHURCH STREET, NEW YORK CITY in 'drag Srocuredtabletallform. stores in either the United States Department of Ag trance of the Greek Into tho territory a are under way. An army of 20,-0riculture, Indicate that there will be Send 10 cents to Doctor Pierce's Tuklsh soldiers at Adrlanople ls Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for 7lentlful supply of this commodity tnat pacssge oi tne taoieia. , available for the American farmer also ready to advance, it Is reported. "" '" fcp f Kt I & ck one-fift- 1st Monday in March II days Com'th. and Civil. let Mondny In May 12 days Civil. woman whose deep sense of grati- tho only hope for happiness, peace 1st Monday In July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. tude and a desire to benefit others nnd prosperity In the world lies in the 12 days will not permit her to remain silent thoro democratization of all govern- 3d Monday in September Civil. regarding the wonderful results she ments." 4th Monday in November 12 days has obtained from tho use of Tanlac Before .Mrs. Catt were delegates .Com'th. and Civil. had not been for others al- from Norway, Denmark, "If it Iceland, lowing the news of their recovery to Great Britain, Sweden and Holland COUNTY COURT. be published," said Mrs. Carroll, "I who have been recently enfranchised. Meets first Monday In each month. would not have known about Tanlac Most notable of all there was presJudge Mack Cook. and would still be a sick woman, so ent the president of the German County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. I feel like I ought to make a stateSuffrage Association, a member Clerk W. C. Blankenahlp. ment myself and try to help someone of the city council of Dresden. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. else. "Germany," Mrs. Catt asserted, Superintendent E. S. Howard. "For at least ten years and up to "has outstripped all other nations In Jailer Worth Tlchenor. the time I took Tanlac, I had suffer- the recognition of the principle of D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner ed with indigestion, fermentation of equality, with 137 women serving on Surveyor C. S. Moxley. my food and gas on my stomach. At city councils and 37 women as memCoroner E. P. Rodgers. palpitate bers of the national parliament." times my heart would frightfully and during these spells I FISCAL COURT. simply had to fight for breath. FiTeething babies always have a hard Meets flnt Tuesday In April and nally I became so 'weak that It was time of It when this process occurs in October. rI,tiov nnt nlv Tinvo kr all I could do to get around and I itk Wdnf rioi 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, thought I would surely be compelle J,' contend with painful gums but tho Route 3. to take to my bed. stomach ls disordered, bowels loose 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav "But indigestion Is not all Tanlac nnd the .body uncomfortable. Tho er Dam. m... has relieved me of. I bad been suf- best help you can give the little suf8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. fering with rheumatism in my arms ferer ls McQee's Baby Elixir. It cor4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. for a year and I couldn't raise my rects sour stomach, cools and quiets hands above my head or use my arms tho bowels and helps digestion. Price Sth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. in any way without Just suffering 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by agony. But now I can sweep the Ohio County Drug Co. m Oth District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. . floors and do my work without feel7tli District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. ing a single rheumatic pain. I am BRITISH SEEK OIL CONTROL 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartgo now a well and happy woman and ford, Route 6. about my work rejoicing because of Great Britain ls making for reach ' HARTFORD. what Tanlac has" done for me. I ing moves to get control of the Mayor J. E. Bean. havo not had a sign of indigestion, world's petroleum output. Even now gas on my stomach, a spell of palpi- she controls about 60 per cent of the Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. tation or any of ray old troubles "oil potentlall'tles" of the world, It Marshal E. P. Casebler. since taking Tanlac. Tanlac has not ls said. South America, Central only restored my health but my hus- America and Mexican oil fields are ROCKPORT band also took It and we are both largely In her hands, as. are also exChm'n. Board W. G. Her. new people. It's the first time tensive fields tn recently acquired dislike Clerk N. H. Bratcher. in years that I have enjoyed good tricts of the near East. Government Police Judgo S. L. Fulkerson. all the thanks, gratitude aid is being given British companies health and Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. to exploit holdings in Australia and and praise belong to Tanlac." Is sold In Hartford by Dr. other possessions. Tanlac As outlined in a communication to L. B. Bean, in Horse Branch by Ola-to- n Drug Co., In Rockport by James the senate by President Wilson, Great Browning, In Cromwell by Wallace Britain's policy for extending her & Porter, In "Beaver Dam by R. T. control of the world's petroleum outTaylor, Jr., and In McHenry, by S. put consists chiefly of three features J. Tlchenor. Advertisement. the exclusion of aliens from con. trol of oil resources within the emChildren that are affected by pire, government aid In developing FDR PFPODMAi uvninn worms are pale and sickly and liable new supplies in other countries and Dissolved In water or douches stop pelvic to contract some fatal disease. restrictions against disposal of oil mation;catarrh, ulceration and InflamRecommended by Lydiit E. WHITE'S' CREAM VERMIFUGE ex stocks now held by British .nationals. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. pels worms promptly and puts the Tho president said that Great Britain A healing wonder for natal catarrh, tore throat and iam va. FVnnn.ni.0 child on the road to health. Price had given assurances that no discrimrlu CXtrooftilxurT CMSSWCa mitA huuAAa m.i.r 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County ination against Americans in re ISusjslo Fpmu 50c. U anireiti. or pcxrui hr m sources in the occupied sections of VnuJ. TKePmnBToartCompmr.fc.loB.KliM. Drug Co Turkey would be permitted. SAYS AMERICA IS FALSE TO WOJIEX WILL HONOR MAGELLAN Na-tion- nl tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. CM P. Keown, OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR ' FOR PRESENT YEAR t County Board of Education E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hdrtford, ." Routo 6. Dlv. No. 2. -- H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. Div. No. 3. Claud Renfrew, Dui dec. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. DIv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. G Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. County Board of Examiners: E. S. Howard, Mrs. Birdio Mldklft and -m Ira Jones.t Teachers Institute Sopt. 13th 17th. EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May 16 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvllle.. May 21 and 22 County Toachers Examination at Hartford, (White). May 2S and 29 rCounty Teachers" Examinotion at Hartford, (Colored)'-June IS and 19 County and Stato Teachers Examination at Fordsvllle,. (White). Juno 25 and 2C County nnd Stato-- . Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). (White). 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Every bottle guar anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Noes genuine without the likeness and signsV lure, of L, K. Grigsby. For sale by J 1 1 f I 'JS'I 3(!tFlmTfUicpf )f'!mgn:,7raiin:fff There's a Special Ingersoll for Each of These Folks watch needs and then see if you were properly equipped? There are a dozen or more different Ingersolls varying in price, varying in purpose small watches, jeweled watches, radium dial watches for night use, and so on. For instance, if you have an expensive watch, you probably would choose a Radiolite for $3.50. If you haven't a good serviceable watch, Reliance. The you'd be likely to buy a dealer will help you to select just the one for you. "Ingersoll" has always meant, the lowest-price- d good timekeeper. Today, with present day costs and the 1920 purchasing value of a dollar, $2.50 is the lowest price at which we can make a watch while keeping up the Ingersoll standard of quality. "Ingersoll" means "money's worth" whether it's for the $2.50 Yankee or one of the Radiolites that tell time in the dark, or for one of the jeweled watches. Wc n ever DID YOUdid you"get fitted'' to out watch? your exactly ever figure Prices Include Government Tax . Z0S Yankee. th RtdIom. ttllttimtln thedirk 57J "m? &23 ho could prove ui assertions by means ot Carpistol and other d ranza's ON GERMAN LINE evidence Gen Herrero'g declarations made nt Tamplco and San Luis Potosl somo time ago were similar to his present Ships Supplied By Harriman I statement, but this Is commanding more attention now because It was Interests Will Reopen not certain that Herroro would comn Hamburg Route fn MpTlrn rMlv tnr Hip nilrnnie nf facing those who accused him of as- - j stMination Formor tradn New York. June 5 Gon Herrero said that his forco lino, lost fhe dead and woundeU, while six routes of tho Hamburg-America- n closed In 1014 with tho outbreak of Cairnnzistas were killed. He could the war, are to bo promptly reopened not bring more than 60 prisoners to with American flag tonnage supplied Mexico City, he explained, as was hl3 by the Harriman Interests, It was an- Intention, because the forces of Gen nounced here today at the office of Francisco Marlel and Col. Barrios, W A Harriman & Co , Incorporated. the leader In, that section of Puebla, Decision to tako over these routes would not allow their passage. Likefollowed negotiations with several wise he charged that his dispatches to reprenlntlvos of tho Gsrmnn com- Gen Obregon giving an account o' pany who have been In tho United the battle and tho suicide of Carran-z- a had been Intercepted by Gen. MarStates for a number ot weeks, "at tho request and suggestlan of several lel, and In consequence only the acmembers of tho United States Ship- count furnished by tho Carranzlstas ping Bo'ard," according to representa- was published. me tives of Harriman & Co. Coupled with this announcement HUSBANDS "WORRISOME." camo a second thnt Harriman & Co Husbands are worrisome things," hnd acquired thru purchase a substantial block In stock of the Ameri- said Sarah Ann McGInnls, of Now can Ship and Commerce Corporation York, who celebrated her 104th birthwhich for more thnn a year has been day a few days ago, "I was never operating a freight service between married and I never was worried by a Now York and Hamburg and utiliz- husband," which Is the main reason Company" for her long life she believes. Now ing tho Hamburg-Ameilca- n In Hamburg as its agonts. At a meet- sho declares, she feels younger than ing of tho directorate of the Amcrlcar she did 30 years ago. m Ship and Commerce Company today. MnJ. Gen. George W Goethals was OIL FAMINE NEXT succeeded as president by W. A. Harriman, S. F. Pryor and Lester H. Oil consumption In this country Is Monks, representing the Harriman now running ahead of production and Interests, were chosen as directors. the situation Is growing alarming Tho agreement whereby Amerlar The geological survey reports that tonnage Is to bo supplied to reopen 3,400,000 barrels of crude oil were the former German service holds for taken from reserve supply during the twenty years, and Harriman & Co first three months of this year Our are to turn over to the American oil output In most fields Is now on Ship and Commerce Corporation the the decline; there are more buyers agreemont made with tho represen- than sellers and prices are bound to tatives of tho German line. This climb. Another thing Is that the agreement, It was said, is now sub- British have cornered most of the ject only to minor details of adjust- world's oil supp'ly and no doubt they ment. " are going to play the same, for all It e . is worth. TROOPS OX INCREASE. mm-- YANKEE VESSELS and declared positively that blood-staine- wSSss&SSBStt - ftpt. Contents 15TluidPracrTO CASTORIA For Infants and Children. .ntta ". i;o: J Ij - t -- Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria Always Bears the AWsgwtfHS. PER CENT. llmMhcStoiMcfcandBcjg&of ai i l'!ilfnffiiTTl"lii Thereby ProtnoUn4Dcston Cheerfulness ana Signature of Mineral. NotNaiicotic Mk m 11 j jteromsiumMw. JbxhUiSJtt Semta M. In i ..r.,IP(me(lvfof ConslipauonandDiarry, ToSSOF3fJ-E- i , ... -aC3inu't-- Use fIV M sl IK For Over . " (ZrttfMz: Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMt etPltMIR COMMNV, HIW TO CITY LIVER -- DIDN'T ACT i . 1 Black-Draaght- ; T-rtt- & "'-- , t' A DIGESTION WAS BAD y-- k Dublin, June C. Although information regarding the number of troops In Ireland Is refused by the authorities, careful estimates place It at more than 60,000 which is bedally. The troops ing increased come from all parts of England: latterly the government has evinced a desire to send seasoned men Instead of raw recruits. Application of martial law is said to be In contemplation but mainly as RtlUnc a demonstration of the government's Wrttrtrory Wrirt 7Jtwl SIBF Radlolltt Jew (ltd determination, since alt its effective Rick! mm tg0 9530 powers already are available. ExOeldOntdtllJO tension of the "curfew" order Is conROBT. H. INGERSOLL ft BRO., Ntw York, Chicago, San Frandaco sidered probable. Most of the attacks bv raiders are carried out at nlcht. and It Is believed assemblies of raiders might bo prevented or fol from a dlstanco, and will move toHONOR TIIE VETERANS lowed up more easily If, as In DubWHO WORE THE GREY ward it. every person out at night were can do lin, But trees not In the tropics liable to arrest. ot an old Scotch Washington, June 6. Hundreds as well. A resident found the waste pipe from y mansion MUNSON LINE GETS SHIPS joined with Confederate veterans the house repeatedly choked. Lifting In tho annual memorial exercises the slabs In the basement paving, he Washington, June 5, Allocation in honor ot the heroes of tho Con- discovered that the pipe was com- of two new passenger steamers, the by poplar roots. federacy who are burled In Arlington pletely encircled Legion and the Seagull, to They belonged to a tree that grew American National Cemetery. The exercises, Munson Steamship Line for opsome 30 yards away on the opposite the eration In the South American ser which were under the auspices of side ot the house. was announced today by the Camp No. 171, United Confederate Thus tho roots had moved steadily vice centered about the Confed- towards the house, and had penetrat- shipping board. Veterans, The vessels are under construction erate monument, a majestic shaft, ed below the foundation and across by the Daughters of the Con- the basement until they reached their by the New York Shipbuilding Comreared federacy and marking that section goal, the waste pipe, 150 feet away. pany for delivery In the latter part of deadweight of Arlington Cemetery set aside for Then they had pierced a cement join- the year. They have aare oil burn tonnage of 12,600 and tho burial of the Confederate dead. ing and had worker their way in long, At the baso ot the monument was tapering lengths Inside the pipe for ers. e "the Southern Cross," a reproduction a considerable dlstanct beyond the GERMANY'S AVAR DEBT and Bars done in flow- house. There seems something alot tho Stars ers. This tribute, presented by Camp most human In such unerring Instinct Paris. Juno 5. Plans by which a No. 305, Sons of Confederate Vete- and perserMorance in surmounting r, fixed sum would be decided upon fo1 rans, was unveiled by Miss Grace obstacles, Germany's payments In reparation to assisted by Miss Marlon Upshur. e the allies will probably be abandoned, Flowers were strewn on each grave, says the Echo de Paris, which asserts FILLIPINOS which were marked by tlay American the supreme allied council will revert flags. In public which to the system ot "extensible annui southerners," said Represen"Wo Germany may cancel tative R. Walton Moore, of Virginia, fourlshed In certain European coun ties" by which plan was discus made tho principal address of the tries centuries ago is still- - practiced her war debt. This who extent in outlying pro- sed at the meeting of the supreme al day, "yield to no one In our loyalty to to a limited vinces of the Philippine Islands. Dur- lied council at San Remo. tho flag and our solicitude for the Postponement ot the allied German republic. ing a recent religious festival a numand welfare of the Is schedul offer no apology for the men and ber of natives provided entertain- conferenco at Spa, which Wo of Americans and ed for June 21, Is probable, the newswonion who were Identified with the ment for hundreds Confederate cnuse, and wo shall nov-o- r other foreigners who gathered to wit- paper declares, forgt the remarkable courage and ness tho weird performance by beatCARRANZA DIED RY OWN HAND fortitude, tho unflinching lesolution ing themselves over tho backs with distinguished heavy bamboo flogging rods. After that and Mexico City, June tho civil government and military they had punished themselves for a of his assertion that tho late PresiConfederacy and whllo'ln this way they were flogged operations of tho dent Carranza's death was due to marked tho conduct of tho peoplo who by the master of ceremonies. Then suicide and the cowardice of his com Davis and they prostrated themselves in mud followod the leadership of de ! puddles and afterwards wore washed panions was tho feature of brief Lee." and had their clarations by Gen. Rodolfo Herrero birthday with clean water Mr. Moore referred' to the upon his arrival in Mexico City last of Jefferson Davis, president of the wounds dressed. icht for the purpose of rendering to was celebrated I Confederacy, which President de la Huerta an account ot a few days ago, and reviewed the ca- I "When wa move, I suppose you'll his actions on the morning of May 21 reer of Mr. Davis as a soldier, cabinet have to get a permit to take baby Tlaxcalantongo, where Carranza olllcer and representative and senator. along." was killed. Gen. Herrero asserted "What on earth for?" that he attacked 200 followers of CarTUEES HAVE THREE SENSES "You know, dear, bo's a bottel ba- ranza with 80 men,and that tho Car by." Courier-Journa- l. ranza forces flod without attempting Tho curator of the British Guiana to defend tho president, who was Musoum, James Rodway, who Is an wounded and who, on being abandon plants eminent botanist, declares that ed, shot himself. possess at least three ot our five FOR FLETCHER'S He characterized the assertions of smell nnd senses feeling, taste and Carranza's followers as falsehoods r certain tropical trees smell water BATTLE IN MINING TOWN. MIV to-da- Ro-po- -- SELF-WIUPPIN- G Self-whippi- solf-sacrlfl- that Children Ory CASTO R A Satan provides plenty of trouble Ajf for Idle hands. Miners at the mining 43 & village of Matewan, W. Va., accordif Meadoraville, Ky. Mrs. "Cyuthla dose of ing to one story refused either to Seventy yecra of'feuccessfol nee fit work or to get out and let others Higglnbotham, of this town, sayc. "At work. The deputies started to eject my age, which Is 65, the liver does made Thedford's Black-Draugthem from the company houses and not act so well aa when young. A few standard, household remedy. Ever there was a battle In which 10 men member, of every family, at were killed and others wounded. La years ago, my stomach waa all out of need the help. that bor leaders are demanding an Infix. I waa constipated, my liver give In cleansing the system an4 quiry Into the affair by congress, on th ground that the rights of the min- didn't act My digestion waa bad, and Uevlng the troubles that come It took so little to upset me. My ap- constipation. Indigestion, lazy IIml ers as citizens were "invaded." mm petite waa gone. I waa Tery weak. . ( eta Toa cannot keep well voles LIKE YANKS IX I decided I would give 'Black-- stomach, liver and bowels are In SANTO DOMINGO Draught a thorough trial aa I knew It working order, Keep them that waa highly, recommended for thla Try t. It acts presently. Answering charges that the Amtrouble. I began taking It I fait gently and in a natural way, If erican administration in the Caribbetter after a lew doeea. My appetite feel sluggish, take a dose bean has been autocratic and repugnant to the natives, Col. G. C. Thorpe improved and I became atroDger. My Yoa will feel fresh tetsorrew. of the U. S. Marine Corps stated at bowels acted naturally and toe least 26c. a package Om a recent conference that the Ameritrenble was sooa righted wttfc a tew can soldiers make friends with the people, and that In the Island of Santo Domingo the only enemies they 1,500 ON CRUISE. which has established It and loyalty made were political agitators. Jacinto the principles which It declares; to Lopez, a Venezuelan editor, attackAnnapolis, Md., June G. More and a determination, by every moans ed the American policy, alleging that than 1,500 midshipmen left here to- in my power, that it shall be transthe United States by the seizure ot day on six battleships for their an- mitted to the next generation untaintstrategic positions and the establish- nual practice cruise the three months ed and unweakened. r ment of protectorates has become the Itinerary Including stops at the prinmm supreme lord ot the Caribbean and cipal Pacific ports and a visit to HonCAN CAN AVTTHOUT SUGAR. that it has retained Its position by olulu. force. Alarmed at reports that plans for The practice squadron Is commandmm .... ed by Vice Admiral Hillary P. Jones, homo canning of fruits are ' SALE OF KAISER'S FURNITURE. whose flagship Is the on account of the short battleship Connecticut. The other battleships of. age of sugar, the state college of From the palaces and castle of the the squadron are the New Hampshire, Rhode Island is urging canning withformer Kaiser at Berlin and Munich Kansas, Minnesota, South Carolina, out sugar,, which It states, Is not 65 lots ot furniture were brought to and Michigan. far the process. "Simply add A large number ot New York and sold at auction. The naval reservists signed up for the hot wateiv Instead of hot syrup," 'Is collection was valued at $50,000 but cruise to complete the complements the advice given.. Home canners ara when put on sale It brought not quite of the ships, which bad been held In also urged to use methods of cold 8,000. Gorgeous velvet hangings, reduced commission. pack canning which will keep proembroidered In gold with the Prusducts In perfect condition. ee ,4 sian eagle, from the throne room of PURCHASES ENTIRE TOWN. ADA3f LOSES BEARD. the imperial palace at Berlin, sold for only $35 to $75 apiece. The article Stonewall, Mississippi, Is now the that brought the highest price was a proud daughter of Mr. Oscar Berman,' In restoring Jordaens' famous picFrench commode, Louis XVI style, wealthy Cincinnati manufacturer. ture "Adam and Eve" In the Hunwhich sold at $1,100. There was a Mr. Berman obtained the ownership garian national art musuom tho dlr-little competition tor the kaiser's big when he purchased the stock of a cot - ect6r of the Institution had the beard carved Ivory beer mug, which was bid ton mill company which built tho ' on Adam's face removed so that now ' In for $200. A mahogany couch on town. ibe great ancestor appears clean shav- which the kaiser used to loll In hl3 Hls purchase includes i every build - . en- - Adam did not wear a beard, ha palace at Munich brought only $170 Ing In the town together with eleven said,, and the hirsute appendage m hundred acres of land and two large which appeared on tho canvas was PROTEST AGAINST TREATY cotton mills. The purchase price was not a part of tho original picture anyway, but was painted on during the understood to bo $3,000,000. laBt century when beards were popuThe Hungarian government has ad AN AMERICAN CREED. ' lar. The beard was objected to by dressed an appeal to the United States many because It made Adam look td against the terms of the peace treaty. ThesQ terms, it is charged, violate On motion of Senator Lodge this much like a bolshevik The picture U the principles ot American creed, written by Senator ot Adam and Eve In tho Garden of by robbing Huugary of territory tho Spencer, of Mo was printed In tho Edon. Adam Is looking at the apple while Eve Is listening to the serpent. people of which themselves oppose Congressional Record , "To mo the creed of America Is A such separation. Violent demonstra ' MEN LOSE TROUSERS tions in protest have been held which country founded upon absolute jusgovernment has vainly endeavor- tice to all, with the door ot opporthe All men occupying1 a Pullman car ed to suppress. School teachers are tunity open wide and with facilities still using the old maps of Hungary, for general education everywhere at Toledo recently were obliged to telling their pupils that the lost pro- available; a place where the fullest remain abed which, the pprter made vinces will surely be restored. man and woman is equal before the a search for their troueers, which m liberty prevails .and whero eveiy had mysteriously disappeared. Tho Indispensable articles were finally Rye is $2 In spite qt the fact that law. you can do nothing with It but make "This creed means to me: A thrill- - found under a freight car, thtpoo- bread. Indianapolis Slar. ing pride In the glorious history kets turned wrons side out. ht j3'E,-5!a- 5' Hstei Stys 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who tells How She Was Rdkraj After a Few Doses of t. Bladt-Draoga- t'tn, Black-Draug- Black-Draugh- being-abandone- Zi 1 tml-j'- l JW 3 lil"l - ' " '""'-- .'nmiJ.iI. - I: tfs HBKm ISijfwffi ffiA Tflwftift Wt3 FnVwaSRl HI TO BE HELD IN THE NEW ADDITION TO QECJB We have purchased the beautiful tract of land from Mr. J. A. Duke, known as the Mclienry property, located right on-Mulber- ry street,, and have subdivided it and. laid it off into beautiful Building Lots. We have named this beautiful addition m 1 JHf We will sell, absolutely without iB IH reservation, all these lots at Ih v - PUBLIC AUCTION m iL I I fll'll I'l 11 'H' II II H'BI I B 1 Wm ROSE DALE is by far the nicest vacant ground in Hartford, located as it is just a half block from the Courthouse, right in the best neighborhood in town. Buying a lot there assures you of a place to build your home where property will always be good, and where you can sell whenever you get ready. HARTFOED is ready. Lots are scarce and you will have an opportunity that you never had before to buy your home right where you want it, absolutely at your own price. Hartford is one of the best towns in the State, with her good merchants, fine schools and churches, two good banks, two newspapers, canning factory, tobacco market and ice factory, she is bound to grow, and after looking the situation over we are fully convinced that we will sell the logical location for the town to grow. Come out and look, the ground over before day of sale and you will realize how fine these lots will be. ACREAGE TRACTS. We will also sell several tracts of one to five acres each of as good garden land as there is in Ohio County. mu mi and "LITTLE TOMMY" SIMS, Auctioneers. BEAUTIFUL HOME w- At the same time we will sell the beautoful ten room home located on this tract. Hartford, and will be sold without reserve. .OWN YOUR OWN HOME. This is one of the nicest homes in - i - wm w w- JLX JL wi wi A-- - c f To make the day attractive to those attending the sale, we will GIVE AWAY One Lot, valued at $600.00, and $25.00 In Cash Each white person over 15 years of age on the grounds at 9 :30 o'olock gets a FREE chance on them. You don't have to buy anything or even bid on anything to get these chances, but just be with us at that time and boost for ROSE DALE and Hartford. Ladies especially invited H The Date Saturday, June 12, 1920. Brass Band Concert at 9:30 a. m. and During Sale The Location Just Half Block From Court House. avi: SHELBYVILLE, KENTUCKY" COL. H. L. IGLEHEART THE LADIES of the METHODIST CHURCH will SERVE DINNER on the GROUNDS i- - .