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XXXIII HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ERNST THIRD G. G. P. SENATOR OF STATE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. ty loans the statement said, also should present such bonds tor exchange for permanent bonds In order thnt they may collect accrued Interest. A considerable number of the tempornry bonds of all Issues aro still outstanding, tho statement said. $- - otherwise, as to the handling of tho nines' Indebtedness to tho United States. "I was ablo to nssuro Sonator FALSE HARDING TOLD Harding from my knowledge, of what took placo nt the peace conforonco that as to his future policy In this Lamont Says Wjlson Made whold mattor, ho Is ns frco nn as as alr.v No Agreement, Hays "Hnvlng said this, I want to add Prn5r1nr-E1fic- t: Son showed as I that tho President-elec- t, It havo said, a keen Interest In tho I wholo situation and from his expressions, I clearly gained the Idoa that t St. Auguatlno, Fin., Feb. IB. itlont-'olcHarding today finally ro- - If and when tho tlmo comes for deal"vlovcd his cabinet decisions with his ing with theso questions of Internamanager and prospective-- ; tional Indebtedness, ho lntonds to postmaster genoral, Will II. Hays, handlo thorn with nn eye to Jho welcfy received from a member of Prosl-do- fare of the U. S. and In n largo sense, , Wilson's peaco delegation un- of tho world gonerally." qualified assurance that no agree-inc1). 1IEFLIN JOINS for cancellation of the allied MALIN IX CONTEST FOR SHERIFF war debt was mndo nt Vorsalllcs. . '"Jho confcrcnco with Mr. Hays, goh-eilMalln D. Heflln, of Contortown, Interpreted as conclusive eviJoins In .the raco this week, for tho dence that tho Republican national Republican nomination for Sheriff of chalrmali Is to becomo a member of ' Ohio County. Mr. Heflln Is a comAir. Harding's official family, Is unparatively young man, tho In full ma derstood to havo covered ovory fca- turity. Ho had been n miner for . turo of tho cabinet situation ns well years, having engaged In tho as various questions of policy. Tho sovcral grocery business at Centertown, some .two wcro together sovcral hours nnd, ' eight months ago. altho no formal announcement fol- This latest applicant for honors In said their a lowed, tho President-eletho coming primary Is energetic and talk omitted nono of tho problems thoroughly competent to sorve tho facing tho next administration. County In case of his nomination and Details of what happened at Verelection. sailles In regard to cancellation of -- " war debt woro4 tho Thonlas-- W. HARTFORD QUINTETTE filven to Mr. Harding by ' Lamont, a member of the Morgan PUTS TWO MORE AWAY ALLIED DEBT TALES FIND "RED" IDEAS PERMEATE CLERGY -- Ky. Man To Be Lone Wearer Civic Federation Charges Some Teach Dostrines Of Toga In Chamber,$ From South. Unchristian. t, TAYLOR ALLEN. Detectives Watch For Sinn Feiri Disorder As Body Convenes. By Robert Prew. ' London, Feb. 15. Tho political branch of Scotland-Yar-d was fully moblllzod today to guard royalty, peers and legislators at tho opening of the new session of Parliament. Hundreds of detectives; mingled 'with tho crowds during the pjlrado from Buckingham Palace and with, tho crowds that assembled at the entrance to the Houso of Lords to avort any possible Sinn Fein outrago. But there was no untoward Incident worthy of notice. The feature of tho pageant was tho public enthusiasm for tho Princo of Wales, whoso reception oven outshono(hat given the king and 'lueen. Before the traditional ceremony ot reopening Parliament, yeomen of the by Scotland .guard, accompanied Yarders, fulfilled, tho custom of searching tho vaults of the historic building, reporting that they found "nothing Inlmlcablo to the safety of his majesty's lords and commoners." More effective methods of preventing any i disturbance wero" adopted than ever before, and for Jhe first time in history nil strangers were excluded from the galleries. Thero was the usual riot of color when the lords and ladles assembled for the speech from tho throne. Tho peeresses sparkled with diamonds, ' but many woro gowns of subdued I colors, some even wearing black silk, There were dazzling visions of , White throats and bare arms but shoulders and backs were veiled. Ambassador Davis, ot tho4 United States, and Ambassador St. Hammer, of Germany, were conspicuous figures In plain evening' dress without decox rations. The speech of King George pro- -' vided no surprises and was disappointing to Ireland because it foreshadowed no hope for compromise In the shape ot fiscal amendments. He insisted that he wanted the homo rule act to be enforced and expressed the earnest hope that the "majority "of the people ot Ireland would repudiate all violenco and work for tha enforcement of the act." Labor Is Disappointed. One of the most important events of the coming year was covered to the 'Imperial conferenco a. June to the external and internal policy of the empire" oat the principal questions before com-- .. monweaUh's prpmlers. Labor is disappointed because tho speech of the king did not suggest a solution --ot he Industrial crisis be- -1 yond biding capital and labor to cooperate. His majesty expressed the hope that the trade agreement with Russia would be successfully negotiated. Must Surrender Arms. Premier Lloyd George, speaking in the House of Commons this afternoon regarding the efforts of' the British government to obtain a truce In Ireland, declared: k "Some Irish people, even some of the Sinn Felners, are agreed that there should be no truce except upon the express condition that arms should bo surrendered. That was a wise decision. "If we had promised Ireland that during the next six or seven weeks, n hey would have no police and no men on tho run, o no raiding of houses to find arms and at the end ot the period nothing had been accomplish- - . ed, we would enable Iioland to return to the old position ot being armT ed. "It tho arms In Ireland bad been. surrendered ns the government proclaimed, there would be pfeace In Ireland today." te ct nt nt ly ct tho peaco commission. In a, state Took Third From CnncyvMlo Yellow mont after his conferenco with tho Jackets Mndl(ionHlo Fho 1'resldent-olec- t ho mndo a flnt denial AImi Snugged. of recent stories of a mystorlous agreement to wlpo tho war debt off Tho Hartford High School aggre"rbe books and said ho had assured tho gation without using an anaesthetic, Prsldent-clcc- t hl3 administration extracted tho sting from tho stinger would bo "as frco and untrammelled of tho YollowTaclots, of qaujyti.le as air" In dealing with tho uqostion. High, on the local Court Saturday Liked Harding's Views. night, making tho third oporatloa of Mr. Lamont's statement nttractod this character performed by tho loparticular attention because of his cal extractors, all In tho samo placo. intlmntQ knowledge of tho Versailles Tho stingers when counted numbernogitiatlons nnd becauso his firm is ed 24 13. It was a gdod, tho rathat tho principal fiscal agont In this coun- er freak game. Ellis, playing try for tho debtor powers. 3Ir. Hard- guard, tossed ten goals from outer ing Is understood to havo discussed territory and also cngedwo on fouls, with blm his own proposal for con- making 22 of Hartford's points, while verting tho debts Into negotlablo pa- Williams, also at guard, secured one field goal. Crowe nnd Shultz playper, but nolthor would comment on that fcaturo of tho dis- ed forward and Bartlott center, while cussion. Mr. Lamont did say, howev Robertson and Likens wero Subbing. er, that ho found tho views of thol For Canoyvlllo, Byers, forward Presldcnt-olectvjaand reassuring.' secured two from tho field. Milan, Tomorrow Mr. Harding will con- also forward, found thd basket four tinue his consultation with Mr. Hays times from field and onco on a froe aud expects also to seo Harry M. fling. Young was nt oenter, and cam-- f Burden and Erabry guards.' Hlggs and Daughorty, his J, palgn manager, who Is understood to McDanlol subs. A team, supposedly from Madlson- bo slated for attorney general. Sov- i oral other prominent party leaders ..mA Mum, nn pTiiAflrinv- - nnit axhluit- ed their wares on tho local courtIt nro to bo here later In tho week. I Announcement was mado that tho was noi a nign scuuui ur u; Fresldent-clec- t and Mrs. Harding sort of school team, as tne niostjof R would hold a reception tomorrow tho players wore too old to gojto night to othor gqosts of the fashlon-- t school, but they had a lot o'f good ablo hotel, whlchMs their home-herstiff, but wore minus wind. They hor arrival from Washington started pulling "ruff stuff" nt the , Since contagious It was, and I Mrs. Harding has attempted no social r ...a.- - - .I liHiwamAlnail In TlAf Cllltn nearly all of the local boys respondresting. ed with a will and wo feel perfectly The statement of Mr. Lamont, who safo In saying that tho game was Just came hero at Mr. Harding's invita- about as fast as any over played hep, but great guns', wrestling" and tacktion follows: Hard- - ling tactics and tricks, such as fiot l found that President-elec- t 1 ine wished to ask hie about certain hereboforo seen and maybe not heard l'i phases of tho International financial nf. The contest was. captured by I! situation, which fhad como under my tho homo, boys by the count of 29413 observation during my attendance at and tne tans ion mo cusmuua icotrut, Hthe peaco conference at Paris In 1919. like they had gotten their money's I found, too, that senator naming worth by nt least 100 per. cent p?o- j has himself boon giving very seriouB ro,lum.' r.rnwn. V. secured, three field lhoueht to tho samo situation, and I may say at once that his view is both goals; Ellis, F. made 7 from rough i safe and reassuring. He began by grounu anu aiso u uu iuuib, iwui"- h disclaiming any ability ns a financier, fc.. v. 1, ..m.. Iiun frnm tho flolfl and ...wh. .- - -- - v" Dull, fl fciw I must say that many of his sug- Williams, Q. 1; Bartlett was also Jon but gestions were very practical and guard, wun anuuz anuumsoo nuuo. i showed the result of careful, cool " FISCAL COURT IN nnd friendly analysis. TWO DAY'S SESSION "In my turn I was ablo to assure was abPresldont-elejthat there tho rrur. riUIn Pmintv 'Plar'nl f!nurt was solutely no truth In tho statement berepeated to the effect in session Monday1 and Tuesdayfof ing constantly purpose of making that at the peaco conference In Paris this week for the secret understanding settlement with tho Sheriff for tho there was somo Settlement with the botwoon President Wilson and his ad- - 1920 rovenuo, affit) receiving ropbrt hand and tho French Treasurer and vlsprs on the ono i llrltlsh representatives on tho of tho auditing committee. and W. C. Blankenshlp who had pre the allied In other, to tho effect that viously been designated as Commis debtedness to tho United btates part be can- -. sioner to settle with tho Shorlff, mado should In whole, or in a detailed report which, together with , colod. tho Treasurer's report and repot trot By Wlltoti. Opposed coinmlhco wero approvIs only fair to say. that from tho auditing 'It peaco confer- ed by.the Court. start to finish of the All of the Magistrates wero pres- ence President Wilson and jls adSquire Dauglierty, and opposed exception, visors, without In tho nbsenco of Judgo Cook Squire v ""o vigorously anu imuuy oj .mat tnn of cancellation.' To repeat, Ed Slmwn presided Mondny. Judge Khliiwntni. tnnlr flift ll fl I f imr.was no commitment, exprcssod f--' remote, moral or Tuesday, " or implied, noar or ne . mm.1 n 1.....1.1.. 1M1M U.IUIV1I1H ft.... UUU ttnl wav. fiMnftfin " fit " I w' o. ct Now York, Feb. 15 Charges that By Will S. Kaltenbacher. f Whon Richard P. Ernst, Covington, certain clorgymen are I teaching or takes his scat In tho United States permitting the teaching of doctrines Senate at noon, March 4, ho will bo not In accord with true Christianity the third Republican In tho history of or ideal Americanism wero made in a Kentucky to wear tho senatorial toga report submitted to th,o. National Civand the first of that party to bo chos- ic Federation at its meeting hero toen United States Senator by popular day by tho federation's committee on churches and religious organizations. vote. Ills' Republican predecessors In' theThe report was presented by Everett sonatorshlp were William J. Doboo, P. Wheeler, chairman of the commitMarlon, who sorved from 1897 to tee, Mr. Wheeler declared that most of 1903, and William O. Bradley, who assumed the toga In 1909 and woro the clergymen, priests and rabbis It until his death in 1914, a littlehess haye remained loyal to the princi than a year before hl3 term would ples of tho United States, but a small group appear to have been affected. have expired. By a strange coincidence exactly Some Idealistic clergymen, ho said, twelve years separate the terms of aro allowing1 themselves, thru sympathb three Republican Senators from thy fpr tho working classes, to-- bo led Kentucky and another outstanding Into lines of thought and expression feature- - Is that tho election of each that are nlmb3t radical. If some of of them was only mado possible by their expressions were carried Into effect, ho asserted, it would mean the Democratic support, Mr. Deboe, then a State Senator, overthrflwot republican institutions. was tho beneficiary of a coalition of Tho report was submitted in conDemRepublican and nection with a general discussion of ocrats at tho special session of the free speech, radicalism and bolshe-vlsLegislature called to meet by Govwhich marked the day's session. ernor Bradley In 1896, after tho mem-orab- lo Preach Violent Revolution. Speakers on tho "academic deadlock between Blackburn William B. Otis, of New and Hunter had lasted throughout tho regular session of the samo year. York, decland revolutionary socialDr. Hunter was tho regular Republi- ist and communist teachers in this can caucus nominee, but a bolUn his country "In their demand for freeown party prevented his election to dom of speech to preach violent revolution, would destroy tho constituthe Senate Bradley Elected In 1008. tional guarantee of freedom of speech Twelve years later Governor Brad- Itself. For such specious and topsy-turve- y mentality there should bo no ley was elected United States Senaedtor through a Democratic bolt in tho place in any public or semi-publ1908 Legislature when four Demo- ucational institution in tho land." Archibald E. "Stevenson, formerly cratic members. Senators H. S. Mc- Nutt nnd Albert Charlton and Repre counsel of the Lusk Legislative Comsentatives Chris Mueller and E. W. mittee, asserted that "those who adLlllard, brokoovcr tho party traces vocate unrestricted freedom of speech and voted for Bradley amid tho most are those who either seek to oversensational Bcones ever witnessed In throw, the government or who are a legislative body. Mr. Bradley was moved by sympathy for tho convictelected over J. C. W. Beckham, who ed enemy aliens." had Just retired from tho office of Resolutions urging passage by Congress of the Longworth bill to safeGovernor. Exactly' a dozen years later anoth- guard the American dye industry In against foreign competition, "as a was successful er Republican wrestling the senatorial toga from a measure Indispensable both to the Democratic wearer whon Richard P. national defenso and to tho hope of Ernst, nominated by his party with- world disarmament" were adopted. out, opposition, received a majority The resolutions declared that the of the votes In tho general election dyo Industry can bo adapted readily over his Democratic opponent, Sena- to the manufacture of explosives and W. Beckham. That Demo- poisonous gases and as the United tor J. cratic defection played a part In tho States has developed the Industry election of Mr. Ernst and mado pos- greatly as a result of tho war, it sible tho elevation of tho third Re- should be protected. It also assertpublican to the Federal Senate since ed that "our organic chemical Industho Stato was erected is attested by try now faces tho certainty of dethe fact that tho Democratic Presi- structive atack from the former Gerdential ticket carried Kentucky by a man world mbnopoly aided by supermajority of more than 4,000 over ior experience, lower costs, depreciated exchange arid Unscrupulous the Republican electors. Only G. 6. i Senator In South. methods, which attack can not be Mr. Ernst enters upon his senato- sustained without some extreme form rial duties at a most auspicious time, of temporary protection. the beginning" of n now Republican national administration, and bolng STOPS TALKING AFTER 11 DAYS tho only Republican Senator In tho Old South will give him a prestige In Waukegan, 111., Feb. IB. Miriam that body that should bo very helpold Walkegan girl, sudful to him. He will servo for six Rubin, years his term expiring March 3, denly stopped talking at noon today after she had chattered almost con1927. While it Is a long way off, it will tinuously foreleven days. The child appeared to be strongbe up to Mr. Ernst to show that he can repeat, his Republican predeces- er and more refreshed today after sors having1 sorved only one term, but taking the longest sleep last night In this connection it is only fair to that sho had since being stricken say that Senator Bradloy was called with the puzzling malady. Shortly before noon Miriam fell by doath before the ond of lrl3 term and was thereby deprived of the op- asleep and when she awakened thirty-minutes later she talked only Lou five portunity to try for when addressed. Her temperaturo isville Times. returned to normal. NATHANIEL HUDSON ISvOUT FOR JAILER EXCILVNGE OF BONDS ADVISED , rn m ic Tho marriago of Miss Irene Taylor and Mr. James H. Allen, of Navasota, Texas, took place Sunday afternoon, at 4:30 o'clock at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Taylor, on Third Street, Central City Ky., the Rov. Birch Shlelds","of Cromwell, undo of the bride, officiating. The beautiful double ring ceremony was used. Tho bride woro a traveling suit of brown velour with satin and braid hat to match. She is quite an accomplished nnd talented young lady, having taught successfully for several years in Muhlenberg and Ohio Counties' graded and high schools. The groom is a prominent young business man and ranch owner, of Navasota. Immediately following the ceremony Mr. nn,d Mrs. Allen left for Lookout mountains, Hot Springs and other points in the South. They will be at home in Navasota, Texas", after March 1st. CIVIC WELFARE MEET AT COLLEGE SUCCESS Good Program Rendered; Association In Parent-Teache- r Co- operation. Notwithstanding the inclement weather a large number of Hartford citizens assembled In the Collego Auditorium last Thursday evening, Feb. 10. After a brief business session of Association, tho tho Parent-TeachChairman of tho Welfare Committee took charge of the meeting. A son to th9 tune of America. In which BettetH.irtford was tho theme, was sung by the children front the grades. This song was written for this occasion by JIIss Lubello Williams, a Senior in Hartford High School. Tho opening address was given by Mrs. J. S. Glenn, who pleaded for a better and more beautiful. Hartford. She also read and commented on a number of city ordances, which at the present time, aro not being enforced. Mayor John Bean, whoso subject "How the town can help the Mayor" agreed that we need to lmprovo the town and was In sympathy with the a better moyement. He suggested public sentiment to enforce the ordinances. Judge Mack Cook promised to cooperate with the committee In every way possible and suggested that a committee be appointed to meet with tho Magistrates to confer wth and make plans for beautifying tho Court Square. In the absence of Dr. E. B. Pendleton, Mr. C. O.Hnnter read, an article from the MedlcalJournal "How May-fiel- d, Kentucky, Improved her Condier a tions." Mr. M. L. McCracken made an -- in- teresting talk on ways and means. Mr. Rowan Holbroolostated that a of Wo announce the candidacy Nathaniel Hudson, of McHenry, for tho Republican nomination for Jailer In this Issuo. Mr. Hudson has n card to the voters of the County, In nnotlv-o- r column, wherein his statement of his claims may bo found. : MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED Reminder From Federal IJnnk to Fourth Liberty Owners ng I ill A statement Issued by tho Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis reminds owners of temporary coupon bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loanthat In order to, collect their next maturing lntorcst on coupons which will fall duo April 15, they should exchange their temporary bonds for permanent Shelby Trogdon, Hartford R 5, to bonds with all Interest coupons at' tached. Such exchange may be mado, Ejhel Hoover, Hartford. R. 2. without chargo by the bank with ' which tho owner does, business,. tnco Brooks, Olaton. v r Persons holding tomporary, bonds A.'R, Westerfleld, Wysox, to Lorot - of th'e First, Second and Third Liber- ta Crowder, Roslne. monument was expected to be erected to the graves of Pro'U andv Mrs. Wayland Alexander, and that a Home Coming of former students was being planned for the Unyelling. He sugweek, beginning on gested a clean-u- p Sunday with a sermon by each pasfor tor to prepare the town On Saturday he Home Coming. week the Bank of Hart of Clean-U- p ford will give a free ticket for the Moving Picture Show, to each mem ber of the Boy Scouts, who has assist ed in the campaign, under the direction of the Bank of Hartford. Mrs. J. H ,B. Carson, In hor own unique style, road the, poem found elsewhere In this Issue, "Hartford Forty Years Ago," The committee was well pleased with the Interest displayed by tho ' '' citizens nnd will In tho near future, STATE AID COMING " FOR. OHIO COUNTY begin tho campaign with tho hearty every citof each and County Judge Mock Cook and Hon. izen.. A City Betterment Plodgo has beenl I. S. Mason relumed Tuesday from . l.t.A.l a.wI mo., at .. l.a nl.f lit ncwl v. ttlftT Frankfort, where they had gono to MU UWWU...VW lUIUfcCU Mill Bank of Hartford, William's Drug neet with the Stato Highway CommisStore, Tate's Restaurant, William's sion In an offort to secure state aid and Taylor's Grocery Store, and tho funds for completion of the Improve- -i Lcounty Farm Agent's Office. Qet mont ot tho Hartford-Owcnsbor- o road ono of theso pledges, sign it anu post to tho Daviess County lino. Reports thevromainder.v it In your own window. Lot ovory are to tho. effect one assist in making Hartford better approximately tour m'los will bo titk- - . " en caro of during the coming sea&oa,-- " and moro beautiful. W tht .:,,;;. PERSISTENT for making additional loans nbroad. WOULD This reply must bo filed with tho ACCEPT U, S, court by February 's 21. IN DEBT CANCELING Czcch-fclooiic- Get Aid. Czech.)-Slavaki- a, ONLY AS MEDIATOR Formal Proposals Made By .Britain and France; Loans Advised. - ..In regard to tlio lonns to which it Is charged In Mr. Hearst's bill of particulars, woro Il- Waahlirctnn, Feb. 12. Persistent irfnrU3invo been made by both Orcat .OlrltnJn .and Franco to pcrsuado the Olnitod States to cancel their war dcbtn, Secretary of the Treasury CTIonston Informed tho Senate Foreign nidations Commlttoo today at a secret ihcaxJiiE. Theso efforts, Secretary UlaosLon Bnld, havo consisted of both fccli-ru- " and formal proposals on Aha jmljoct. In uplto of theso overtures, Secretary Houston told the commltteo It rwas Ills opinion that the government should continue to lend money to European nations where credits had Aeon allocated, but not employed. Ho .argued, It was learned, that theso credits wore established prior to the armistice or under agreements made .daring tho war and that the nation lis morally bound to fulfill them. Only successful conclusions of tho .court action brought by William Ran-lolp- li Hearst, or tho expiration of the gnxnent administration before ho Is o able to accomplish his purpose, It Surgeons agree that in cases of would appear, can prevent Mr. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, e, SlraiEfcon from accomplishing his the first treatment is most Important. which Is directly contrary to When an efficient antiseptic is apahe letter and the spirit of the plied promptly, there Is no danger of SLEterty loan law. Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or JRccd To Push mil. beast, Borozone Is the Ideal AntisepFollowing the meeting of tho Senator James Reed said he tic and healing agent. Buy It now svlU make most vigorous efforts on and be ready for an emergency. Price Monday to obtain action on his bill, 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m 'cshich would cancel all war loan legi- The Ohio County Drug Co. 0 slation ami prohibit the advance of money to foreign nations BOARD EMPHASIZES -ander any circumstances whatsoever. DANGER OF RABIES .Secretary Houston came before the snnjjaittee at his own request to Havo the Txeasury Department's poll-Hj- y Persons Bitten By Dors That Acted Suspiciously Should in reference to foreign loans, Guard Against Disease. irliisli has been made the subject of annr resolutions of Inquiry Introduc-s- l Louisville, Ky February 2. As a Jn the Senato during the last two result of examinations of four dogs wciSca. The Treasury always has of the 5becn Irrevocably opposed to tho re- - heads sent the Laboratory - State Board of Health during Jan aiiision of allied debts, and all foruary, every one of which was found cafen overtures toward that end have summarily rejected, ho testified. to be that of an animal that had been Jotivithstandlng this unrsponslve suffering with rabies when killed, general stfitnide of the Treasury, the propo- - the State Board has Issued a Secretary. warning against that disease. aalu have been pressed, The four heads which were sent In SlocEton asserted. France, he said, County; Initiated the movement at the peace came from Elkton, ToddAlexandria, County; mlnils-tte- r Paris, Bourbon tsoaTcrence, when the French Campbell County and Sturgls, Union ol finance submitted the formal County. These animals all had actproposition that tho United States should waive all claim for the pay- - ed suspiciously and all had bitten avert the beings, who .zaint. ol the debts and allow the Su- human consequences will of being bitten, terrible preme Council to adjust them they Altho this proposition, which, he by theInpromptness with which having the heads examined the committee, "naturally found acted told the sLuot with all the other debtor na-- j and in takingBoard Pasteur treatment. of Health's warnThe State was flatly rejected by the linns," ing emphasizes the fact that every a, Treasury, efforts for Its reconstdera-Jtiaby a dog who has he added, "havo been going on personhas acted been bitten should suspiciously that 'aver since." Great Britain, he tesImmediately and send tified, had lent her weight to the pro- kill the animal its head to the State Board of Health posal .generally, altho her own negoexaminatiations for the cancellation of the for examination. dogIt the rabies the had tion shows the loans have been undertaken indePasteur treatment should be taken pendently of the French. can be proSecretary Houston's testimony as quickly as the serum cured. If the treatment is begun in consumed nearly three hours in which rabies can be avoided readily Ahe wholB loan question was thoro-.- time enough, but If the treatment Is too explored. He read a long paper long delayed or entirely neglected which he had prepared In advance, person may develop the disease, '.setting forth all the data in his pos- the which has death as Its certain culmisession regarding the loans and the proposals from foreign governments nation. i Tor their remission. A scald, burn, or severe cut heals commlt-'ie- e .Aiterwnrd members of the slowly, If neglected. The family that said the secretary had fully cor- keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniroborated the statement made by ment on hand Is always prepared for .Austin Chamberlain, chancellor of such accidents. Price 25c, 50c and Sho llritlsh exchequer, in a recent $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun speech at Birmingham, England, that ty Drug Co. m Great Britain had formally asked for m She cancellation of her debt to the RUSSIANS ATTACK ."United States and had been jrefus-ad- AMERICAN SOLDIERS -Gor-manpur-aioscom-snittec- B, legal as this nation was not recognized until after tho nrmlatlco, Secretary Houston explained that tho had bcon promised financial assistance, from tho United States If thoy would revolt against Austrlacnnd that theso credits woro advanced in keeping this pledge. In roferenco to Ltborla, to which loans woro also mado altho sho did y, not formally declare war on an act which tho law authorizing the loans specifically stipulates tho secretary safd that Liberia always had been regarded as a "ward" of tho United States and for that reason sho was allowed to borrow a small sum. Senator Lodgo, chairman of the and Foreign Relations Commltteo, other members, aald they npproved Mr. Houston's firm rofusal to consid er the proposals submitted by tho foreign governments for tho rescinding of their debts. The statement was mado that tho secretary's appearance will not bo permitted to Interforo with tho efforts being made In Congress to give tho entire loan question full publicity. America Sole Allied Power At Peace With Germany Ex-Prin- ce Says. . By Karl H. Von Wlegand. Borcchtcsgaden, Bavaria, Feb. 13. "Tho United States should tako tho rolo of mediator or umplro Germnny and the allied nations In tho settling of tho Reparations THE UNIVERSAL CAR on The Ford Truck. truck is just what is wanted. For the farmer this one-to- n There are so many ways in which it fills in profitably in the activities of farm life that it now is really a necessary part of farm equipment. For the truck fanner; for the contractor; for all the multiplying wants of our diversified city life the Ford one-to- n truck answers and is more profitable than any other truck on the market. If you have any doubts investigate. Get our booklet from the dealer telling about what Ford trucks have done. Take the endorsement of the strong merits of the Ford track from the users, never mind what we say; listen to the men who own and use the track. And back of that Ford track is that splendid "Ford which insure's the constant, daily operation of your Af track. Let us have your order without delay, so that we can make reasonably prompt delivery. We can only get a limited number each month. ter-Servic- question." That is the opinion of Crown Prlnco Rupprecht,,of Bavaria, as stated to mo In an Interview with him er fiin -- 3t -- Xb only variance in the secretary's Manila, Feb. 13. The American tustiniony, It was stated, is that he sailors who were fired on at Vladivoasserted the British proposals had stok were attacked by a party of Rus been renewed, whereas Chancellor sians probably for purpose of holding Chamborlaln declared they ceased with the first attempt. In his speech Would Continue Loans. The becrotary, It was learned further, reiterated Intention expressed in Shis recent letter to Senator Lodgo In Troply to the Walsh resolution of of pioceedlng with fulilllment of loans to European nations, where credits have been allocated but not -i- TUIs reiteration was regaided as 3imflullr blgnif leant by the memborb oi Mitt committee uroause ot tno nc Hon vstotn In the local courts yostcr- day by Witllart Randolph Hearst to ewtraln hln from making tlnst loans ' Tho allegation was made bySoirc Htm Houstop that thos. contracts wtwt made before tho signing of tho vrmtetlc1 or during the program nf I'.av the government U c nu- i war-na- l 43i!ttcd to their fulfillment as a mat- Jtorjot honor. Ills remarks, it was leaid, .Indicated this will be tho sub- utance vl his reply to Mr. Hearst's jboII In which ho will glvo his reasons "v"- them up, according to advices recelv-ede- d today by Admiral Strauss, commanding the Asiatic fleet. The sailors were visiting outlying districts of Vladivostok when thoy nniAiintnrnrl n nrnun et T?uaalin nf. beueved to bo former army flcer3i acc0rdlng to tho report, during nn arBUraont and an attempted holdup the Americans wore fired on and two of them wounded. a number Uu8slan of clvlUans who were beUovod to havo Instigated tho trouble. Tho affair has no International aspect warranting tho presence of- - Admiral Strauss at Vladivostok, his re- port said. Naval officers horo said tho arfar wns con8ldorcd closod. police-arreste--- - child that has lnttttinnl worms Is handicapped In Its growth. A few doses of White's Cream Vormlfugo destroys and' expels, worms; tho child Immediately Improves and thrives wonderfully. I'rlca 30c per boltle. Sold by Ohio County Drug "do. in A hero. The Incongruity of America, tho ono remaining power at war with Germany, acting as peace-makand arbitrator between Germany and tho countries with whom sho has made peace, did not strlko Prlnco Rupprccht as barring tho Unltod States from what ho considered as her- destined role. He said further: e" "America is still- - In a fictitious Germany, but ac state of war with tually at peace. England and France are fictitiously at peace, but actually continuing tho war to destroy our nation and cnslavo our people." I found tho crown prlnco hero dcop In the Bavarian mountains. I had not seen him since Juno 1915, during tho battles of La Basse, Loretta-HClght- s, Souchez and the first battle BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY at Vlmy Ridge, where ho commanded the German armies. Unlike the German crown prince, Rupprccht did not leave the country when the1 revolution came, but retired to the Bavarian Alps, where ho Is surrounded by peasants and mountaineers who still regard him as their crown prince. something that often Is heard In Am- FAILED IN ATTEMPT enough under International rules, of course, for though Germany and LUlnK In Simplicity. erica.' TO NAB BERGDOLL United States nro still In a state tho It was at this point that RuppreLiving in extreme 'simplicity on tho of war, tho canons of pollto drawing-roosecond floor of a small villa, ming- cht expressed tho opinion that AmGrover C. Borgdoll, wealthy draft conduct are supposed to preling freely with tho people, even at- erica ought to Intervene to assure a tending the dances of tho wood cut- sonslble adjustment and an economic evader who escaped from tho U S vail, under tho nrmlstlco, and neither military authorities last April at his side Is supposed to Invado tho rights ters and mountaineers, Rupprecht Is peace, declaring: "If America, whose President de- homo in Philadelphia, Is now In Ger- of tho other or play nny underhand more popular today than he was when the prospect of wearing a crown clared for peaco without annexation many, where ho applied for and was tricks. It Is claimed. and without Indemnity, and presum- granted citizenship, It Is still strangely truo that B'Tg-dol- l, was nion real than It Is now. being a German American of Tho former crown prlnco Is nearlng ably the most Impartial of all tho Two American detectives, with four countries involved in the war, would Germans, tried to kidnap Bcrgdoll groat wealth, has bcon nblo to defj-- J 52. He Ij gr'atly ared In and hl3 hair and stubby mous tako over tho regulation of tho re- together with his chauffour, "Ike" and outwit tho government of th at Unltod States at evory turn, whlls'.jy- tache have become wholly white. But paration question, I do not believe Sotcher, another draft-ovade- r, and thoro would bo any objection In Ger- Ebcrbach, near Karlsruhe. al citizens havo had to too tho mark. tho slender, mountainccr-llk- o All tho American party wero cap- Tho authorities have had him In their sinewy l .are still has tV elasticity many." tured by tho German authorities, af-t- hands tlmo and again but they have, of youth. Discussing tho present sit Constituted Authority Needed. somo gun-plaThe Americans either deliberately or in gross care uation ii. Cermany. the prince said: Orderly conditions In tho country, "Tnero Is an old proverb which said tho former crown prince, could claimed they wero under ordors of lessness, let him slip awny each time. says 'where nothing Is to be had, only obtain it tho conditions of daily the U. S. military authorities at Cob-len- z. And now, to cap tho cllmcr, wo It Is reported that Bergdoll find our government actually apolo even Caesar has lost his rights.' life were bearable and If there was Should the allies attempt their threat a constituted state authority which stole tho sorvlco button nnd dlschargo gizing to Germany and expressing re ened terrible measures of compulsory could maintain law and order under papers of an American Legion mnn in gret and humility becauso of thli at foreclosure1 against Germany It will all circumstances. And then ho add- Winnipeg, Canada, and thus secured tempt to rccapturo this man, who is a false passport to England. tho niosl spectacular draft-evadsoon develop that they would In no ed: and Gen. Allen, commander of tho renegade that tho United States de way realize the enormous sums de Is tho central Idea out "And that American army of occupation on tho veloped during tho war. Probably manded. No, not even if tho last of which grew the Bavarian elnwoh-nerwRhino, sont a formal apology to tho the truo Inwardness of tho Borgdoll (civil guard.)" tiles were torn from our roofs and tho shirts from the backs of our peoRupprecht dwelt with emphasis Gorman authorities. Ho had given caso will never bo mado public, but ple Insofar as they still have a shirt. upon the dissolution and complete no orders for tho kldnnplng of Berg- It Is cloar that thoro Is enough skull- "I can assure you that there are disarmament and disorganization of doll, and ho greatly doplored tho In- duggory In It to supply matorlal for many children running about thruout tho German armies as incontestable cident, he said. This apology Is propor sovcral melodramas or movie plays. Germany without a shirt on their proof of the absurdity of assertions bodies. J5ven In the formerly well-to-d- o that Germany still has hostile Intenfamines, tho children are going tions. Asked about the possibility barefooted because there Is no mon- of the return of a monarchy for Baey for new shoes. varia or Germany, Rupprecht said: "Economic questions are- - so far ( "The approximate national wealth of Germany was estimated before tho more important than evcrytning else, war to bo between two hundred and not only for Germany but for all oththree hundred billion marks, of which er countries, that should It prove ono hnudred and fifty billions wero Impossible to get all countries together in mutual cooperation, Europe in money and securities. "Thru the war and the develop- will sink into chaos and bring a crisis ments connected with It, together unparalleled in the history of tho The Great Paper of the Southland with the loss of valuable territorial world." "Day of Kings Past." sections, this wealth has been tre mendously reduced, besides the fearAltho Prlnco Rupprecht declined to be led into a discussion of the chances ful decrease In productive power." Rupprecht said it is undeniable for tho return of tho monarchy, his The Courier-Journ- al is ably edited; it is sane an , that there still are many people In most Intimate friends explained to me dignified in its handling of news; it is' fearless, yet money with which his attitude. He feels that only the Germany who have to Indulge In reprehensive pleasure people themselves can decide such a fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be seeking, especially among the class question, and that the day is gone found the champion of clean government. which he calls the newly rich. But he when a king can rule without the con among this class it sent of the people. declares that even The Courier-Journ- al surpasses all its competitors Rupprecht lives almost as simply Is their desperation which has drivprince as the former German crown en them to recklessness. in equipment for getting the news of the day, because "Let us enjoy ourselves while our at Wlerengen. Ho laughingly remark it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but money lasts, for soon wo will havo ed: "I could only afford a now suit j the full wire service of the New York Times. In adof clothes about once In three years none," he says Is their feeling. The former crown, prince also be- at tho present prices." dition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort Rupprecht occasionally goes to to Germany lieves many visitors and at Washington. formed their judgment of conditions Munich quietly, but invariably asks wholly from what they observed In the government or chief of police It No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It. there are any objections. tho first hotels. In circles In Ba"If I was to spend a fortnight In New York, would that make me com varia there Is considerable dissatispetent to pass judgment on conditions faction and no little disgust because By special arrangements wo are now ablo to offer they havo boen unable to get Rupin America?" ho asked. precht to sanction some of their hareThe Daily Courier-Journ- al Will Pay All She Can. Touching the questions of repara- brained schemes. ' AND THE tions ho gavo as his opinion: "Germany will pay, but will not Hartford Republican nay more than she can. She Is thoro- FOR FLETCHER'S Both ono j car, by mall, for only $3.78 ly Impoverished and can pay only thru tho product of her work thru This offer applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions, but her Industries. To do that she must LONE CONGUKSSWOJLVN only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. Now subbo able to work. AVILL "KEEP MOUTH SHUT" scriptions may, If desired, start at a later dato, and renewals will "Efficiency In work, whother mandate from expiration of present o'nes. ual or intellectual, Is assured only If Muskogeo, Okla., Fob. 12 In sayIf you prefer an evening newspaper, you may tho product of tho worker js not tak- ing her official goodby to Oklahoma, substitute Tho Louisville Times for tho Courior-Journn- l. en entirely from him. Miss Alice Robertson, only t, "SInvo work Is Inefficient and is told American Legion Send or bring your ordors to Mio offlco of always far behind tho work of freo members here she Is going to Washmon. America especially has had tho ington to "keep my oyes open and my THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. experience that "It payB" Is wha,t mouth shut. You won't hoar much creates a love for workr and this Is from mo at tho start," sho said. - BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY I m e or y. er hr The Louisville al Courier-Journ- ' ultra-reactiona- ry Children Ory CASTORIA Congress-woman-elec- ''l.'H'. wss. at ml FIGHT FOR WHITE SOX STARS OPENED Counsel For Accused Men Ask For Bill Of Par- ticulars. '! Chicago, Feb. 12. Attorneys representing Chicago American Lcaguo baseball players, indicted In connection with tho alleged throwing of tho 191!) world sorles today opened tholr fight to exonorato tho mon by announcing that a demand would bo mndo beforo County Judgo William S. Dover Monday for a bill of particulars In the case. Notification of tho contemplated action was accompanied by affidavits from Claudo Williams, Joo Jackson and Buck Weaver denying that tlioy had cntorcd Into any conspiracy to throw tho Berles or actually throw SOUTH DESLYNDS PROTECTION games. Jackson and Wr'nis Tho world must bo turning topsy-tirv"conthat thoy had confcssU indoed when they begin to hold spiracy whon thoy testified boftf.o tho tariff conventions in tho South. Tho Ugseball grand Jury, but did not announcements mado at tho South has always leaned toward freo time of tho Indictments that thoy had trado, for the reason that cotton, its great staplo, needed no protection. accepted money to throw games. Tho action of tho defense was not Hut now the South is diversifying its crops and its industries and wo hear takon by State officials to moan that v Jackson and Williams would ropu-nlat- o many voices thoro calling for "protheir grand Jury testimony tection." Just recently tho men who are enwhon brought to trial, but attornoys gaged In raising mushrooms havo put representing the players refused to deny or assert that this might bo In a plea of this sort. Formerly mushroom spawn was imported but durdone. ing tho war p'orlotl it has "been proTo FlKht All tho Wny. duced In this country, and now tho "Wo expect to fjght from tho be- spawncrs want a duty put on tholr ginning, and to take advantage of product, to protect It from tho Invaevery technicality," said Benedict sion of choap European spawn. Thero Short, representing tho two players. were many "mushroom" industries "Whothor tho "alleged confessions that sprang up during tho war, but will bo repudiated, Ignorod or de- this real mushroom Industry can Uc fended when tho trial begins cannot made permanent with n Iittlo encourbe said now. Japanese territory. agement, it is declnred. Announcement of the notion taken Moreover, this attack is but the Now tho cattle raisers of the South by tho defense brought a statement nro asking for protection against tho culmination of a long series of hosfrom Judgo Chnrlcs McDonald, who hides of Argentina and tho meat prod- tilities by Japancso upon American brought tho world series' caso beforo ucts of Australia. Tho pennut rais- soldiers, sailors and civilians in the. .the grand Jury that if Jackson, Wil- ers aro up In arms 'because1 tho cheap Far East. liams or Eddie Clcotto repudiated any peanut oil of Chlnn and other counThese attempts have become so frepart of tholr grandjury testimony Im- tries Is being Imported at a price quent and deadly, according to offimediate stops would bo taken to which Is rulnous-t- o them. Tho cot- cials here, thru it Is no longer safo -- prosucuto them for perjury. ton planters havo tho samo plaint, for an American to show his face up- A "These men may Jump from tho for cottonseed oil has boen a Yalun-bl- o ci tho street, particularly in Vladivos nying pan to the fire," said Judgo asset to them "butjt Is now worth tok. McDonald. "They faco a posslblo vory little. This became- apparent when a Jamaximum penalty of five years In tho No other country can compete with panese sentry Bhot down nnd killed jionltcutlary at present, If they are our South In producing cheap short-stap- le Lieutenant W. II. Langdon, of tho found guilty, but n perjury charge cotton, but thero is increasing cruiser Albany, on tho street as he might make It mudh harder." competition in producing tho higher was returning to his ship on January "T.oorgo D. Gorman, Assistant grades of o flbor, such as 4. Stnto's Attorney, who has charge of used for flno hosiery, high-claAltho It wns proved even by final cotthe prosecution, said tho State would ton textiles, autotlros etc. Tho oth- admission from the sciltry himself, "simply sit tight, 03 its caso was er nations are planning to work ev- that this act was Without the smallest complete." ery aero of coll they havo that will provocation, Japan has neither apoloTho defenso petition asks that tho produco cotton. gized nor officially offered Indemnity. Nor, so far as tho American State bo compelled to furnish a bill A recent congress was held at of particulars of tho following: Action was taken demanding government has been officially inWhat control and supervision, if protection on a long list of products. formed, has tho sentry been punishany, the. Whlto Sox club owners had Including cattle, sheep, goats, sugar, ed. over the players after tho expiration cottonsscd, citrus fruits, tobacco, peaHostility Is Plain. of tholr contracts for tho ploying sea- nuts, ? cotton, cotton texThis event .followed a letter from son, September 28,0.319. tiles, lumber, and many other pro- an American marine named Guddal When and whoro and in what man- ducts of tho field factory and, mine. that his wife, n former Russian girl, ner William Burns and Hal Chase, Tho passage of the Fordney emergen- but an American by marriage, had former major league players charged cy tariff bill by congress was urged been shot and killed by a Japanese with helping engineer tho alleged as an urgent relief measure. soldier on the street In Vladivostok throwing of tho series and Rachel Tho policy of "America first" as ex- In August. Abo Attoll pressed by rresldent-elec- t Drown, Sport Sullivan and Harding, conspired with tho petitioners to do was given omphalic approval. So aletroy tho business and reputation of so werp his various declarations call- Stats of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucas County, es. tho White Sox club. ing for cooperation 'between the North Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he was offored and given, South and West in adopting policies Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. What liribe Cheney & doing business In the City and by whom and to whom, and when In tho best interest of the whole na- of Toledo, Ca. County and State aforesaid, w:as of- tion. and that said Arm will pay the sum of where and how much bribe , . ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each fered and tJlven and by whom it was Coolldgo mado and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH accepted and received. an address before tho convention. He MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In When, whero and in what manner said that "geographical dhlsions and my presence, this 16th day of December, tho petitioners did not execute plays sectional lines,, in this country have A. D. 18SS. A. W. QLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. with their best skill and ability and boen swept away" and that it Js now Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Ingames and in what particular time for the nation to fulfill Us des- ternally and bets through the Dlood on In what tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send plays of each pa mo did tho petitiontiny. He added that While this coun- for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. ers not "play with tlyirbest skill ami try had not been given "any mandate Bold by all drujjglsts. 75c. ability. Hall's Family- Fills for constipation. of omnipotence" and that it did not How games alleged to havo been covet any 'would sponsorship" ;yot 'we thrown could have been won by the subscribe to the creed of the brother- SOLDIERS FEEL TAIN IN AMPUTATED LIMBS players under Indictment. hood of man" and wo expect to .do our Claude Williams, before going to part. But still wo can servo the London, Feb. 12 Itepqrls that &o grand Jury to testify, issued, a world best by serving America Ursl, thoy feel pains In amputated limbs sworn statement that ho received he believed. w $10,000 to help throw the series anil He urged that tho products of tho aro being made to English doctors by that ho gavo Jackson $5,000. He South should receive protection, so, iiiuii uisuuitiu 111 mc wur. & Dr. George Rlddocb, of London, de said arrangements wore made to that they will bolstered and to that throw the series In a' conference be- that section may flourish. "It Is no clares that ho has had frequent comtween himself, Jackson, Weaver,"IUs-bor- g, criticism of protection that it bene plaints of this character. "A man Folch, and McMullln and two fits private business and private in- - wearing a cork leg often has a feel gamblers named Drown and Sullivan divlduals? that must be tho result as ing that the foot is still there. Some In a South Side hotel, provious to that is the object sought," he said. times the pain is acute, and wo aro the series. His affidavit today said But this benefit of individuals result asked to give relief." A small grant has been made at bo did not knpw whether tho Brown od in generad benefit to all the peo were ple. '"The real concern of tho nation the Royal Infirmary of Manchester to and "Sullivan at this conference the Drown and Sullivan Indicted and Is not merely hi erecting' great facto enablo Dr. O. Jefferson to investithat he did not know N. K. Nlms, ries; It is in the building of man- gate causes of pain In what tho medimentioned in the Indictments as a hood and womanhood. Tho welfare cal profession here call "phantom victim of tho alleged conspiracy. Tho of the people depends upon opportu- limbs." other affidavit's wero similar to his, nities for employment and our ability EUROPEAN RELIEF io pay good wages," he declared. FUND YET SHORT A largo portion of the Southern HEAVER DAM TO ILVVE TWO DAY TRACTOR SCHOOL people will still adhere to the basic The European Relief Council fund policy of freo trade, In splto of the Tlans for the two day tractor now movement for protection. They of 133,000,000 has not yet been school which will be given at Beaver bellevo in the principle of "buying secured but continues to grow with Dam, February 21 and 22 by the vhere you can buy cheapest and they gifts, some large.some small pouring State College of Agriculture which Is think things would be cheaper In this in everyday to help feed the 3,500,-00- 0 children in Europe, victims of cooperating with County Agent M. L. country if thoro was no tariff. war. These children are undernourMcCracken in giving the work to ished, many are ill, and they must bo Ohio County farmers havo been comhelped quickly or they will starvo. according to an announcement pleted, FOR FLETCHER'S They are ted now in American kltch-en- a made today by Mr. MpCrackon. Tho In their native lands which must charge of Mr. Karl cpurse will be In to do-nl- od ey of the state college and will lncltulo lectures and laboratories which will ho illustrated by means of lantern slides, chnrts nnd tractor acSovcrnl representative cessories. types of farmf tractors .which havo been supplied by local companies cooperating with County Agent will b on hand for tho usp of those enrolling In tho course According to Mr. McCrackcn tho ontlro course has been designed to mako present nnd prospective owners of tractors more efficient operators and tho courso of study, is to Includes carburetors, gas onglno principles, ningnctos nnd lubrication along with ninny othor points in tractor care and operation. Tho courso will bo given freo to all farmers who caro to tako it. Com-plcInformation may bo obtained from County Agent McCrnckcn. It Is understood that Bovcral men from our neighboring countlos nro planning to attend these meetings. a. Welch EXPLANATION IS -- ' be closed secured. it tho Hoover fund Is not ASKED OF JAPAN en United States Will Probe At- tack On American Sailors. ; Washington, Fob. 12. Tho United States will hold Japan strictly accountable for the attack mado upon flvo American sailors during which one was shot in Vladivostok on Tuesday, February 8, it was stated by officials here today. Demands for all the facts in this most serious caso were mado by both tho State and Navy Departments. Secretary Colby instructed the American consul at Vladivostok to forward an' immediate report. Secretary Daniels cabled similar instructions to Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss in command of tho Asiatic fleet, who will immediately appoint a court of inquiry. First of all, the admiral will take tho deposition of tho five sailors attacked and cable them to Washington. Tho bitterest resentment was' expressed by both tho Stato and Navy Departments over this repetition of hostilities against American forces in AHadlvostok. Japancso sources credit tho attack to two former Russian officers who havo been recognized and apprehended, according to a message received by the State Department froni the embassy at Toklo, today. An especial effort will bo made to ascertain If this statement is correct. In any ovent, tho Japancso are in nowise less responsible, officials stated here today. Their armed forces are In absolute control of Vladivostok which t,o all intents and purposes is now of Kentucky como" many dollars for tho suffering llttlo tots. An editorial in the Louis-vill- a Horald of January 16 praises tho spirit of these children's gifts and is fquotcd in part, below: "It seems that from the Sunday Schools "of Kentucky, hundreds of dollars havo gnn torward to help meet thli most heartbreaking of cmergoncl.i an I Mi'. thise glfta havo come from oVcry section; no community, no ,'ou;'.rr;;fltJo,n ntn thought Itself cil.":r so small or so remote ns to he Immuno. It has Dccn no perfunctory, nnd thoroforo no easy giving. May wo say to these young peoplo that what they havo done, what thoy aro doing for as yet tho tale Is incomplete carries with It n certain purity nnd sweetness not easy tq set forth In words? To succor the hungry is thanks. To teach a suffering humanity that it has not leaned on God in vain, that is a golden deed. Not wholly dreadful Is their condition, for these children havo gone crusading for them, nor arc tholr cities and habitations of despair and nothing moro, for those have prayed for them. Dollars nnd Cents. Counting it only in dollars and cents, how much did that last cold cost you? A man may not always stop work when ho has a cold, but perhaps It would be better if he did. It takes about ten dayj to get completely rid of a cold under the usual treatment. That time can be much shortened by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and proper care of yourself, in fact, a bottle of this remedy in tho house Is a mighty good Investment during the winter and m spring months. Front tho children i E&ftiU. Contents lBTIuldDranlm. m ftosuy BiJi CAST0R For Infants and Chil mm i PER OENT. AVcgelablcrrepamlionforAs- Mothers Know Genuine Caste 4- - Always Bears the k r h: i:-i j;m i"jii kmmmslEmi Thereby PfomoilniBWcsUofl llni thcS tomachs and Dovrelsof rhxntfn iim( ana kbsmaihio- "neither Opium,Morphlncnor Mineral. NotNAucotK Senna. Signature of -.- .. V. Jf ft ix VViiJ ttijr !r?-ee- ,' Him Smt J&triyrrraf&inr a f.Afnfiil Remedy fof ConstJpaUonandDiarrhoca. E'SS f M j Jrv (jf r.SB Ii user E1VH fesS WW fsisa'd Mr; . w fJCSUluns ..V.ffJ;.;nlnfaiicy....c!m:Si(5natoreoE inwvu; n n 5ec w. TjnTCESIAOTCoWfiK It 1 f.?Vl NEwiysfis Thirty Years iCASTOii Exact Copy of Wrapper. TBI eiNTUH COMMNT. NtW YO Crry, WTCTt tl , ' - long-stnpl- ss At-lan- long-stapl- v - -- Children Ory CAST.ORJA . Periodic Bilious Attnc's. Persons subject to periodic bilicaar. attacks will observe that their appwr dor to secure efficient leaders for tito fails them Just before au attacfc development and extension of church That Is, they do not really cravo foocV-bueat because it is meal tisio. work, a summer training camp is to he conducted at Camp Oswegatchle, they will eat only a light meal and no . Cranberry Lake, In the Adrlondacks, meat, then take two of Chamberlain's, under tho auspices of the Baptist Tablets tho attack may be avoided, beu Brotherhood Federation, and with tho s. CIIDJD'S BLOOD USEDr united support of the American IX PATERNITY TEST- tlst Home Mission Society and the But the'time camo when oven the American Baptist Publication Society. San Francisco, Feb. 12. meules2. Ford income ceased to meet the out-- 1 Announcement was made by the Rev. jurisprudence has outdone Solomaars-renownej J. Foster Wilcox, of the Federation, go. Then things began to go to test to establish tho pieces. There wero differences of of the. purchase of land at this point, of a child. "At this camp," said Mr. Wilcox, opinion ns to policies and some of his Recently Mrs. Rose Vittorl bronc&t.-abest men left him. Then ho closed "we. are to gather boys from our action to compel her former lea ff cutting churches, who will be selected up his great factories, thus band, Paul Vittori, to pay far tbe j cause of recognized qualities of mind his only source of revenue. riaintenanco of her child. Ylttarieto-nle- d All sorts of rumors are In tho air, and heart, and. provide for them .an his paternity. and nobody knows how jnuch truth Ideal atmosphere, a camp experience Counsel agreed in court tosahjEKft; which will be unique, and at the there Is in them. It Is said that same, time permit them to receive the disputed matter to science, In the: Ford has "been seeking a big loan from the ministry of some of our lea- form of. a blood test of Vittorl and" jT up to 175,000,000 and that tho thojchlld, and Judge Thomas T Gramoneyed Interests have given him ders a visidn of life and the opportunities awaiting consecrated young ham announced he .would abldo "bjv the cold shoulder. Ford hns made many attacks on tho capitalists In tho men In the field of Christian service.' the decision. Dr. Albert Ahram, named to matw The administrative committee compastTnnd naturally they aro not ke,on tho test, today announced his inves.to pull him out of his present hole. prises Dr. Charles L. White, executive tigation, determining absolutely tfcaV-VittThen his virulent and unnecessary secretary of tho American Baptist was tho father of the cfifli. campaign against the Jews has also Home Mission Society; Dr. Gilbert N. "I consider this one. of the blEsaste many enemies, in powerful Brink, general secretary of' the Ammade him things established by medical scicircles where tho Jewish influence erican Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia; Dr. Rolvix Harlan .so- ence In years," Judge Graham saai! is dominant. In the' last few days Liberty bonds cial servlco secretary; Mr. Wilcox, of and added that the case constits&cS. an important legal precedent. . have been slumping and it is whis- the Hpmo Mission Society and Dr. pered that this is due to heavy sell- Samuel Zano Batten, social education dABLNET OFFICERS BUY ing of such bonds by Ford, The re- secretary of tho Publication Society, SEATS AS SOUVKXIBS port is that he is forced. to raise who will be director of education In many millions in order to pay the the camp. Mr. Wilcox will be suWashington, Feb. 12 Secretaras incomo tax on his last year's busi- perintendent of the camp. ness, and. that he also has other hea- ' Several factors Influenced the deci Daniels and Meredith are to rctaSe vy drafts that must be met before sion to establish this camp, Mr. Wil- tholr "Cabinet seats" permnnejr6feThey arranged today io parefinurs:' he can resume business on a big cox said. Investigation has revealed scalo. A largenumber of his em- that out of every 100 boys entering tho chairs which thoy have occBjiefi" ployes have been put back to work Sunday schools eighty leave before each Tuesday in the Cabinet room six but at best it will be months before their fifteenth year and but five of the White House. They plan to move them to theaftr the remaining twenty unite with the things can he got into shape again. homes after March 4, as souvenir flc (Another blow was struck him when church. It was also shown that the Morris Qest, a Jewish theatrical pro- greatest losses in the ranks o boys their servlco under President WUswst ducer whom- Ford had denounced, in the church occurred during tho OHIO STATE UNIVERSI1V filed suit against him for $6,000,000 summer. TO BE OPEN AMj VKAJC. damages. Several years ago Ford Some churches, Mr. Wilcox said, prosecuted a damage suit against a had shown indifference as to reachColumbus, O., Feb. 12. Ohro Stxftcr newspaper that had called him an an- ing, holding and training their boys; archist, and ho got six cents damages; others had lacked properly qualified University will operate on tho ceo tlnuous yearly plan after July 1S42L. now he knows how it feels to be sued. workers and had permitted the boys as a result of action taken tody Gest Is tho producer of "Mecca' to center their interest in outside or The Betewili At Camp Oswegatchle, tho Board of Trustees. and "Aphrodite," two spectacular ganizations. year will be divided Into four quarshows which Ford declared are the Mr. Wilcox said, the leaders will be ters, degrees being-issueevery quarnastiest that wero ever put on in this men who are specialists in boys' life country. He said that Qest is "a able to help them at a time when help ter to those completing tho wecS;. Under the plan, the present great panderer to a public whose Is often most needed. may be completed In tkreei-yeartaste be has been no mean factor in MEXICO TO FOLLOW debasing." Ho puts him in the genU. S. LEAD ON ALIENS eral class of "former bootblacks, LIQUOR CONTROL PROVIDED newsboys, ticket speculators, prize-rin- g IN BRITISH COLUMBIA ffimr Mexico City, Feb. 12 Solution of habitues and Bowery characters" who have degraded the American present labor problems growing out Vlcorla, B. C, Feb, 12 Srfngenic of the Influx of foreign workmen and snge for purely sordid purposes. The Qest suit is at leant, a bully the consequent throwing of many na- - control of tho liquor trado in British r.i.iipiiv ..champ fnr if wilt etve ' tives out of employment will be Columbia Is provided in a bill fttn-parby Premlor Ollvor to 1" ed these shows f r?e advertising which sought in a bill to be Bent to Congress in the provincial" Legjstateroi; will bo worth ir.Ul'.or.s. to If (lost Eetsiw"nm a rew days Rafael Zubaran Capmany, M.inlsi next week. only six conts dvmiges, as Ford did. The Premier in outlining tor of Industry and Commerce, denieaa he will still be the gainer clared yesterday the proposed law uro today said it would abolish bara; was being modeled largely after sim- and saloons prohibit sales to afuora. It provides for the establishment oO ilar laws In tho United States. FOR FLETCHER'S He said it would aim at protecting Government liquor stores iu lurees.- native labor, which in many districts ( centers. solid as the Bank of England. He was making so much money that he didn't know what to do with it, and for all he became an "easy-marsorts of schemers who wanted to help him spend it. He bought rail- roads, mines, forests and water-poer sites; he paid huge wages and big bonuses to his employees, and he car- and costly propa- ried ganda in the political and other k" Lumber Cmnp To Be Conducted In Adirondack By Baptist It was only a short time ago that Brotherhood. everyone thought Henry Ford was as New York, Feb. 12. Applying the HENRY FORD IN . FINANCIAL STRAITS notably at Tamplco, is said to tw sP- TO TRAIN MINISTRY the advent C m PLATTSBURG STYLE Scans?"36 ' I The bll, he said", would require t&atr In some cases companies employ freer-.- . 75 to 80 per cent native labor. t I' Bap-flcld- d pa'Tr-entng- o n be-o- ori 1 0 a- A - Sr s. ed ', tre-duc- CMlcLren Ory i to A CASTORIA . Jilliiitl: . ). .. 1....' .iMAjA r4 IU- - a A .. :.... a immt y Ar MLii . . . -- "'"assrtfii I m-i- - - m-- an Ii - .1 fiahfi'j, V The Hartford Republican tho direction toward solid and higher (By Fluko McPluko.) ground and seen safely ont of tho Published Weekly by to go too far makes an HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY quicksand unnecessary drain upon tho lielpor Incorporated Wo attended tho Lincoln Protective and naturally makes tho helped loss Club's nnntiol colobratlon nnd dinner, But what wo started I bellevo they called W. S. TIN'SLUY, Editor It p?nr-e- d out to say was, that during tlio past to us Ilko n Plain riunnor an Ihev nutl Business Malinger. few ycnVs wo havo been begged, havo Borvcd lt( or commenced to do bo, -- r.i.u Kntored according to law at tho been beggars and givers, nil In ono,labout 7 O'ciock p , . Tostofflco, Hartford,' Ky., as wall often tho beggar has been as much w nn n -- irifcn nr mm.ti.1.!, ,d i aaattor of tho second class. tho giver as thoso who havo had no' en,cd thnl thcy cou,(, not B't ,ho part In soliciting. This habit was victuals In nothln' Hko near ns fast Address all communications contracted during the Jato war and as us pcoplo et em, up, sposo At Hartford Republican. It soems that wo cant get away from Wn8 n,B,, 55, 8 and a qtlarter when It. Thero Is a continual drive on for thcy fotchod us tho ,CQ cmr nnd NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS somo purpose. ion meet 11 every- - coffC0t CofrcoI wlth lco crcam! Subscribers desiring tho paper sont where, tho churches are made vo- - Whatilu think of that? nni I shorn old hides for a lot of them, in fact en- -. would havo ked u botter had l ,md must gtvo a now io dress In address tho request.the making tlrely too many. Ono never knows that cotfcei ng ulo of R fl8 thoro Business Locals and Notices 10c may 00 caueu upon, wa3 wth my chuck roag(. am, graTy Bor line, nnd 8c per lino for each ad ior now mucn no 20 Sets Wagon Breeching . nor ior wnat purpose. 11 is not in ditional insertion, ' 250 Horse Collars Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards fronnentlvonilinrrassine to tho church Tho fust thing they g'ivo us to cat Road Wagons 150 Collar Pads &. all people havo some at that supper (I'm a goin to call it PS2SPt& ZZ :,J&.E?f l attendant. Most UMWM MVUU UW MMM M0 Buggies prjdo and often but little money In by the riglrt name) was somo kind of 20 Men's Saddles la advance Grain Drills . Church Notices for services frco, their pockets while nttgndlng church, soup, tho It wasn't called that on the 30 Pairs Check Lines e, but other advertisements, lc por and frequently none at home or Mantire Spreaders program, In a tea cup and as wo start3 20 Pairs Work Bridles word. and tho man possessing a bit ed In on tho soup the band commencGas Engines Anonymous communications will Buggy Harness of,,8elf-prldbut without money to ed to play, Ed Barrass, who was .recelvo no attention. Corn CultiVators Plow Gear drop heavily into tho box as it is slttln on my right, after listening to Cokii Plows passed his way for some one, or all mo eat my soup nwhllo said ho was Back Bands, eBlly Bands TELEPHONES Tractor Disc Harrows of threo or four different purposes durncd glad the orchestra was ngoin. Choke Straps 69 ""Farmers Mutual ,y t will moro than likely bo noted absent I stopped a spell and Ed says, "for Tractor Plows All Kinds Harness Strap Work 123' Cumberland On the Slinday following, as ho is not God's sake Fluke, hurry up &" Riding Plows and 'Buggy Whips anxious to have it advertised to tho git that blamed soup et before the Breaking Plows Wagon Whips (FEBRUARY 18 world, through the church, that ho JOinAY , mugc t And (hon j overheard Army Harness Double Shovels Is either "dead broke' or a "tight tho stranger on the 'tother side say Army Bridles, Bags, Roues, etc. Peg Tooth Harrows wad." A few Sundays out and the to hts friend, as ho quit Iookln at me, ANNOUNCEMENTS' habit, If ho had ono, is changed from "This fool guy on my right ought to Auto Tow Chains Disc Harrows a church goer to a stay at home-- or be converted into a vacueni cleaner, For County nnd District on the street one. It Is not always and patented, as he Is somo storm on Offices. that donations aro mallo for adver- suckln things up." tising purposes, we do not In any While I was trying to carve, my to announce senso mean to imply that they are, nro authorized We t, tho candidacy of tho following citi- but usually, the party who has a five, roast which had' a lectio bono in it zens, subject to tho action of the Re- ten or twenty spot to give on a call : acclderitly turned my pinto over, publican party In tho primary election for this purpose or mat, uoe njnnd ,t larided ln tho iapof that nmn mind sticking hl8 hand a foot or tw6 on my left( or what wol,,d have been August 6, 1021: above his head that he may be count- - a lap had ho been a woraan. Qh! it ed with the larger donors but the lit-- 1 ...as ....., tho , saved niv t For Circuit Clerk: ...,, w ta faUnw np rntlipr .It mnv ha n 111 rr expected the follow to hit me or vau &xa.u.., v. ...w.v. . 0 FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. ieuow oui unionunam uionB something, but I started as quick as) V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvllle. lines, will never hold his hand aloft x couldt trylng to .pologlzo and ask O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. with a quarter or oven fifty cents ex- - hIg forgIveneMt but ho stopped mo' hibited to tho congregation. No, men 8hort 0,f and s'w not i0 mlnd ,t For County Judge: are not built that way, and for a lot so much a3 he nlwayg trled not t0 MACK COOK Hartford. of them tho building era has passed. g(;t mad ati nnd n6ver'in,his life, WINSON SMITH Select. We believe In church organizations kll0Winijiy hlt damnfool. and ther. W. S. DEAN Dundee. handling these questions, but it j felt botter mit j moved as close to spring-wor- k. should be done In a business- - man- - Barrass a3 j couid tgt. For County Attorney. ner. Just as other matters of a fi- OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. nanclal character are handled. Peo- Whcn wo flnally got down the lln0 pie expect the contribution box ,to bo t0 the coffee whIch wag ,n a mtle For Sheriff. passed, ns a general rule, for the buty CUP( settln in a sau(ierf on tho BEAVER DAM, KY. QEORGE P. JONES Beda. small donations made at Sunday gIdo ot wncll waa a small brlck.shap. . somethinK and when 1 G. A. RALPH Hartford. School and perhaps other services, cd B. O, JtHOADS Bartlett. but they do not go to church to be ased Ed what ,t was ho sald lt was CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. bored with everything from tho near but x dldn,t want no sugar ln CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. and far East, far and near North, mlne and j glve It t0 wlg3 narras3( CICERO CROWDER Select. and West. Asking from ono E(J,g wlfo They bad the tlnieat jIt. tako no chances on going back to that j SOUTHERN METHODIST nil nro urged nnd requested (o be j South T. H. BLACK Hartford. ' who can't, or from one whom it hurts Uo spoon ln tho saucor( too littlo to tavern in lnky-ulac- k present. On .the day follow. ng a darkness nnd up Centertown. too much to Elve, is just aooui me cln nnv thlncr with, nnd as I started 1 unt nnd scontcrt nnd bless coodness MALIN D. HEFLIN CONFERENCE FEB. 23 meeting will also bo held at t'ool surest and quickest meuioa we Know to pour my coffee out lnt0 the gau. the lights were still on when I got Springs, at 2; 00 p.'m. nnd tlio memFor County Clerk: r said t0 Barras3. ,vhat ln the to mv boardln house and I felt roller-- , S00,000 Sought For Methodist Activ- - bership is likewise urged to attend. of for taking one's mind off of God IlOY II. FOREMAN West Beaver and Godly Jthings. We strongly be- - dlckens do they want a pers0n to do cd and good as I told tho folks goodHies In Bounds of LoulsDr. McKarland, State Enlistment Mini vlllo Conference. llevo in giving, and we favor organiz- -' wlth that anoon and Ed sav. stlr your night and beat lt for my room. Work:r wllUbo present on oach ocISOJI MITCHELL Bell's Run. cd efforts for soliciting for worthy coffee wlth ,t when ,t dldn.rneed no casion and deliver addresses, as will SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. objects in need, but we as strongly Btlrr.n( and as Ed saw m0 tIlt n,y cup A conference of Southern Metho- Rev. II. E. Booker, of McHenry Ranso Martin was in Louisville MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. hold to the .opinion that the Church toward my saucer he says, you blam- - the latter half of last week attend- dist leaders has been called to meet It. E. FUQUA. Pastor J. E. MITCHELL Dundee, rollowlng the custom 01 worKine 11 s (1 ldiot p0ur that coffee back ln the ing the Lincoln Banquet and politick- In Louisville, Ky., Wednesday, Fob. s :E. G. 'BARRASS Hartford. congregations publlcally, when tho cup and drlnk out of ,t j ,fon.t ing around generally. A young 23, for tho purposo of completing fi' IIKDA M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. congregation has gathered for anoth-- , know what made tho man ,pear so Hartford lady who Is employed ln nanclaL plans to secure $GOO,000 JAMES A. TATE Hartford. or and entirely different purpose not as j havo heen drinklng my Louisville, wrote homo to her moth- within tho bounds of tho Loulsvlllo Mr. John Alton, of Buford, died M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. only does itself an Irreparable Injury coHee that way for ,orty yeara and er a fow days ago, saying thnt sho conference for educational purposes; at the homo of his son, Lon Allen, an Injustice. njore anyhoWf j p0Ured it back and saw Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk, and Mr. and connectlonal interests. The en February 15, of but it's congregation liver trouble. Ho For Jailer: Thero maybe. doubtless thero aro, scalded my i,p3 and tongue with tho and Mrs. R. B. Martin in tho City last tire sum to bo raised by Southern was 74 years old. Intdrmont took CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. exceptions, but the rule mind you, dadcummed stUffi but 1 bet he never week, and to our certain knowledgo, Methodists Is ?33, 000,000. nlnco Wednesday nt tho Martin bury- WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. ought never to bo broken when pos gits me to do it agin. Bishop Collins Denny ,of Rich- - ing ground oast of Buford. Mrs. Martin did not go to Louisville JOHN T. KING Hartford. sible to avoid It. It is no uncommon with R. B. What's tho answer? mond, Vn., will bo the ranking Candidates aro thicker f creator S. A. LEE Sunnydalo. occuranco to hear people remark after I noticed a lot of them fellers had Come on Ranse. (Hope Mrs. Martin church official present and Dr. J. II. ln number) this year, and of tho HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY having attended Church, that "he on coats with nearly all the front, don't sco this.) Reynolds, director of tho Christian most friendly variety I havo ever ford R. F. D. No. 5. never goes that he Isn't begged out of that is, upper front cut out with a Education Movement will also bo In mot. Two of them' almost tore down JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, all he had with him" grumbling, as button somewhero near tho waist or A friend of Judge Wedding's told attendanco. Tho entlro college of four panels of slat and wlro fence Routo 1. he leaves the house of Christian wo- below, fastened, then I looked at us that tho Judge had traded his presiding elders together with tho this week trying to get in a position McHenry rshipWhat good has been done this Ransp Martin, ho was there too, but famous- - trotting horse, King, and his newly created education commission NATHANIEL HUDSON to shake hands with mo. It ma do man, who, ln a senso feels that he has ho had the top button of his coat rubbertiro buggy for dairy cattle and of the conference, tho chairmen of ev- mo feel awful popular. For Tav Commissioner been held up? In our Judgment his fastened and his coat was all cut was starting a dairy, and those who ery annual conference board, tho fiC. B. SHOWN. D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. attendance on that occasion was a away below that part that was but- desired to arrange for pure Jersey- nancial and educational secretaries, m O. WILL BROWN, Beavor Dam. positive detriment to him, spiritually, toned, noslr-reHe couldn't have milk or Jersey's puro milk had bet- conforenco.lay loaders and district fi HELLS HU.V SCHOOL'S HOY F." KEOWN Fordsvllle. and what he calls the beggars in made her meet along about the waist tor hurry up, or else tho supply Is lia- nancial directors will take part in tho SUCCESSFUL CLOSINtt church aro responsible for his draw- line by no less than 7 to 10 Inches. ble to be booked out. ' discussions. For Mngistrntc, ing further away from those who In Then I says to myself, Martin and Tho six schools to participate In tho Miss Dana Fuqua, of Hartford', (Rosino District): truth go to church gatherings to stu- somo of these other fellers are just 47 DEAD FROM BLEEPING general fund to bo sechred aro: Lo- closed a successful school at Bell's SICKNESS'SINCE JAN. 1 gan college, Russollvlllo; John' Locke Run J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. dy the word of and worship the the reverse when lt comes to style. I last Friday, somewhat belated J. N. LOGSDON Roslne. Christ. The views we express herein know I didn't look anything like as school, Elkton, Lindsay-Wilso- n school on account of her Illness diirlng the may, to somo, appear heathenish, well dressed and rs New York, Fob. 15. Sleeping sick a Columbia; Kentucky Wesleyan, terra. a's saV, An interesting and much e n skeptical and ungodly. We do deoHhs in Winchester; Marvin University, Clin- Joyed Jerry J. Cavanaugh, but I felt like ness has caused forty-seve- n wo write, no ono has yet been was given As ontertainmont that they be taken in that man- I 'peared to be about as good ln ap- New York City since Jnnuary 1, Dr. ton; and John C. C. Mayo College, tho evening, participated ln by both jable to mnko up Harding's mind for ner, but on the other hand we would pearance as Zack Procter and a leetle Royal S. Copeland, City Health Com- Palntsvillo. ' pupils and patrons. The church af hlm, that is, in such a manner as to much missioner1 announced today. Eleven rather do a bit of godd lt posTho time set for securing this that place was used and tho largo1 be able to announce just whom sible, and no harm at all, but be that bit below Martin, maybe, and' there- now cases and one death were reportlarge amount throughout the church building was crowded to capacity. fore I was well satisfied with myself 4ho new Cabinet is to contain. as ed here today bringing the total cases has been set for May It may, belrtg what we are, how and barring turning my plate 5. Re.Not a few of tho "Smartles" havo wo are, as wo are, seeing as wo see, garding tho financial depression in ln that man's lap I think that since New Year's to 179. LKTTKRH AVE LIKE "SOME" been picking the Cabinet from tirao m are our honest views and we I did pretty well. ' some quarters Director General ReyL to time, only to be forcod to do it all these Just can't holp tho matter and don't Rock nolds said: "We are trusting God, Republican: Editor over again. I herewith care very much about trying. Lay and Weigh not prosperous times. The move- enclose $6.00. Pleaso uso enough' They et bo long and so many men m ment is timely and is a challenge to of it to send the paper io MrsrD. C. "When a man reaches tho age of a and one woman, spoke so long, that I MARRIED; TWO YEARS; I am in better position to pleaso our faith ln higher values. Tho McCoy, ,03 century got afraid the lights would go out beyond, and has half W. Main Street. Nor HAVE FIVK CHILDREN before I got back to my boardln' my customers thaif ever before. For Southern Methodists last ear spent man, Oklahoma, for one year and the not "been extraordinarily ttftunato In aBUUMlng the things that aro neceshouse, which I heard somebody callln twenty years I have culled and mat- $908,000,000 for luxuries alone; we romalndqr t6 modernize Ttbo yellow ' sary in this lite, the possession of Owensboro, Ky., Feb, 15. An- the Loulsvlllo Hotel, and a long ed until I now have a, yard of Barred aro only1 asking that our people tab on my papor. ' spread out over flvo years load than which at least ln a moderate amount nouncement has been received in Ow- ways from whorer"wo had et 'supper Rocks that is tho peer of any. Yours, This year I havo mated my flno half what thoy spent for automo- one must havo in th'o days of feeble- ensboro of tho arrival of triplets at and had all tho spe'akin and so on, C. B. SHOWN, ness, if ho, she or they are to bo in- tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. and as I started to shovo my cheer cock that produced such fine birds biles. The church has access to -!dependent of both public and private Roberts at Waverly, Ky. Mrs. Robt back, as usual Barrass butted in, and last year as a cockerel, with the best sources of courago and power un PUBLIC SALE. charity, very naturally makes one a erts was formerly Miss Dolllo Han says, what the devil are you Up to, hens and pullets and am ready to fur- known to tho marts of trade, and Tilt cautious about donating to this, cock, of Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. and I told htm lt was nearly 12 nish eggs at 3.00 for 15 or 5.Q0 with faith in God, tho Southorn MethNotice is hereby given that on tho odists "will brliig both the spiritual 7th day p,f March 1921, at 1 o'clock that and the other. This is especia- RobertSj havo been married but two .o'clock and I'd be blast It I wanted to for 30. I havo also mated threo extra hea and financial objectives to glorious P. m., tho Ohio County Fiscal CoUrt lly truo when the constant, dally drain years, and aro tho parents of five be caught out ln the City with all e and finely barred cock- realization.1' and thieves af- vy la somewhero near tho inflow. It is children, twins being bora to them thorn thugs, hold-up- s will offer for sale ontf Wallla Trac-- -. . jiald that it Is moro blessed to give last year. Tho twins nre girls, ter tho lights went out, and Ed, says, erels with a choice lot of hens and tor to tho highest and best'fildder, than receive. When tho cause is ono and the triplets aro two girls and "Yhy, you darn slmploton don't you pullets and am ready to furnish eggs BAPTIST MEET AT POND reserving to its Belf the right'"totg-Jec- t RUN AND COOL SPRINGS know they never turn the lights out at $1.50 for 15, . any and all bids, this tractorM ol real merit and tho donor deprives a boy. A few extra fine cockerels and m here," and I says no, I didn't know it, himself in the giving he most assuredasgoodas new, and anyone considOn Wednosday, February 23 at 2 ering tho purchaso In four years the Interstate Com- but you and Lem always turn,, em pullets at a bargain If taken, at once. ly deserves some sort of blessing, of a farm trac--i Eggs for incubator for 100, prices o'clock p. m, a meeting of the nfom-bo- rs tor, will whether ho always recolves it or not merce Commission has investigated oft at homo at twelve if you don't do well to attend this salp. 30tf and friends of the Pond Run , is another matter. Those who have, 225 railroad collisions which resulted do it before, which most goherally on application. OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURTVJ , JNO. B. WILSON, Baptist church will bo held, at which I happens. I told lilin I proposed to piust lend .a hand to thoso who hath m six ucaius ana vv injuries. By W. C. Blnnkenshlp, Clerk. W not tho Individual, minus, If willing to trnvol, should at least be faced In v, STRAY STREAKS Great Reduction Sal $10,000 Stock xf Implements, Harness-- and Hardware Bolf-rella- U,-b- ut tji,., - At From 10 to 40 Per Cent Reduction. International Harvester and Oliver Lines Harness, Etc. -- 2JZ ,,. olse-whor- o, r ;& ( tl s J Sale begins February 1'Oth, and continues 30 days, or until everything is sold. ... ""' , Harness, etc., cash. Suitable terms will be made on Machinery, Vagons and Buggies, if desired. TERMS: ' , , These goods are offered at less than wholesale cost. Come in and get what you need for your LUTHERCHINN j .... I ' t I 'H -- - e! j te not-mea- p 29-Ju- ;- -- Barred iid ' '- K r -- well-mad- rV ? Clearing the Deck 11 drastic making deck of all winter wearables, T1 wiu ror Li tlast J iuw . L wuukb wu navu ueun clearing it uie g 1 1 by, re- - v auctions in every line. Already our spring merchandise is arriving, hence we" must make still greater re- -' ductions to have room to properly handle them. YOU CAN BUY NOW h Domestic atv Yard-wid- e Bleach at'i ; :..-..- . , 36-inc- s v. '.' , . . r. ;v15c . ... ' . Best Prints at . . . 50c Percales at Shirting Cheviots at '. ,... .'..'. . .". : .'' . .' . ... .15c .... .,. .".... 15c :29c 25c YOU CAN BUY $40, $35 and $25 Ladies' Cloaks '$20, $17.50. and $12.50 for . - i J.' YOU CAN. BUY ' Men's Best Overalls at . .". . .'. '?!'. . '.;:$1,75 $1.00 Men's Heaviest Work Shirts at Men's $2.50 Union Suitsat Ladies' Best Union Suits at' .' , E YOU CAN BUY ..:... r . i V . : .$1.15 e ..:'... .'.,$1.50 .. .. YOU CAM BUY $12.50 Emerson Shoes for $10.00 Emerson Shoes for $8.95 g .$6.95 , These with many other special bargains will greet you when you visit us. Call and see them. fc: J4sGb, The Hartford FRIDAY, Republican FEBRUARY. 18 See W. E. Ellis & Bro for all kinds df Oliver and Vulcan chilled plows. C. O. Hutitor, who s qulto DAVIESS CO. FARMER was convoyed to Loulsvlllo yestr. y SLAYS ARMED BANDIT day for oxport examination!: and probable oporatloni Owcnsboro, Ky., Feb. 15. The inSecrotary of cessant barking of a dog tonight at Miss Elizabeth Moore, tho Red Cross rollof depirtni"nt, wis tho home of Alfred Frey, a farmer, In Contortown yesterday, o'l business residing eight miles south of pwens-borcaused Mr. Frey to tell his litconnected with hor work. tle girl to open the door and seo who JUST IN A full lino of Ferry's was In tho yard. When tho child opened the door and Crossman'g seed. IJcttor como two men wore standing a few feet In now beforo they nro picked bvr. ACTON BROS. from tho house, Mvlth loveled guns. 34t3 On of tho men opened fire en Mr. EGGS FOR HALE Purd Whlto Fry, wounding him in the abdomen. per sotting pf 16. His wife quickly brought a pistol Plymouth Rocks Apply J'. P. BRUNER"Prcs. which she gnvo to her husband Altho Whlto Rock Club,JIartford. painfully wounded, he rushed out of 34tf tho house anu opened flro on tbe two Mr. J. I. Clark1, of near Rockport, men. Ono of the men fell it theflrst returned homo Sundny from Lexing- shot. Two more bullets wi r6 flrd ton .where ho had been In a hospital Into his body an ho made an effort to for ten days reco'.'ering from on op- rlso to his feet. As hb tell to the ground a second time, Mr. Frey starteration. ed In pursuit of the other intruder, Mr. Fred Whlttlnghlll, who Is In but lost sight of hlnfln the darkness, tho railway mall service operating out altho he shot at him. Mr. Frey was taken to tho home of of Lexington, camo home Sunday to Buck Balrd on an parents, Mr. his father-in-laspend" a week with his and Mrs. T. J. Whlttlnghlll, of Fords-vill- o. adjoining farm, and' Dr. Wcsterfleld summoned. A largo crowd of farmers shortly arrived at tho Frey homo, of and a posse started In a search of the Mr. Oscar Bennett, a student K, S. U Lexington, has been spend- man who made his escape. Thp man who was shot and killed ing several days hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett. wore a belt bucklo with the name,"E. Ho will return to Lexington tomor- Peach" engraved on. It. Mr. Frey did not see tho dead man, but said a row. farm hand named 'Ernest Peach' forV. L. Fulkcrson, City, Is expected merly worked for him, and ho would to return tho last of this week from be able to identify him. L is said Indianapolis, Ind., where he went to Peach had recently returned from the attend a tractor school conducted by army. Mr Frey Is 45 years of age. tho Manufacturers of tho Samson Ho has a wife and two young children. Ho 13 highly respected In the ' tractor. Utlca neighborhood, where he was He Is a voeran of Mr. C. A born and rearell. Mr. W. E. Kinder and War. At a tahaver, of In Hart tho Spanish-Americy Sununy lato hour tqnlght tho posse In search points ir-ford and near-"o Tuesday looking after timber In- of the dead man's companion had terests connected with tho chair fac- found no trace of him. Blood hounds were used Wednestory Of that place. day In 5n attempt to run down When In need of any sort of print- Peach's accomplice, but the trail was kinds, lot lost In a pUbJIc road, apparently ing, stationery us figure with you. If wo don't have where tho man had entered some sort It wo can get l1. Wo will make the of vehicle. Diligent search was still prices as close as possible, consistent being made for tho escaped party, with a Just and fair profit for time, but at last information he had not Mr. Freyf It Is been apprehended. trouble, and the Investment made. said is not seriously Injured and his Look at tho tag on your paper and recovery Is almost certain. -seo when your subscription expires. your corn meal made at ACHave The last two figures means tho year, tho date add month precedes tho year. TON BROS. Get your own corn ExIt's easy, figure out the amount, then ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. glad by remit- change meaj for corn anyi day. make the whole force H. D ESTES, Miller. ting the amount you owe and a year .33U In advance. . , B, -MOB BURNS NEGRO SLAYER ATs STAKE TO THE VOTERS OF OHIO COUNTY Mrs, 111, o, LI''-.iiiior- e, Made - to - Measu Clothes rr r 1A for Men of All Ages and for Ml Occasions, Plire Wool Fabrics Giiy Smart Designs, LET TAYLOR DO YOUR TAILORING Snappy Models and the Finest of Fine Tailoring Business Suits, Norfofe, Outing Suits of every 'Twy A il ftVOJSfev.aLA? description, Frocks, Evening Dress, Top Coct, Palm Beaches, Mohairs, Fancy Vestings, White Flannels, and a fine lot of Staples including a special assortment of Beautiful Blue Serges. wv ni an Come here for your clothes ! Save your money and your Time. We make 'em right. ous Prices $25, $30,40 andI$SO L Fit and Finish Guaranteed. -- -- Carsoii Co, Hartford, Kentucky. lAlma.Roedor Saturday and aauaayz LANDIS CASE MAY 'Misses Azaleo Bennett, of Hartford NOT GET HEARING and Florine Miller, of .Beda; Messrs; Theodore Maples, of this place. Del- - t v PERSONAL NEWS v AND SOCIAL EVENTS t Mrs. Ho)t Taylor, went to Owensboro yesterday. Tho Oweusboro' Wagons can be had r k . at ACTON Bite's Beforo buying your farming Imple- ) ments seo ACTON BROS. 3413 Blount's farming implements can 34t3 bo found at ACTON BROS. , L V. For Cook Stoves and ranges atva ACTON BROS. bargain seo Society Tho Baptist Missionary ) mot yesterday with Mrs. R. R. Riley. Mr. M. C. MldklfJ. of Sulphur Springs, was in town Wednesday, on ' business. See us for all kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. W. El ELLIS & BRO. V ., A ' J ft- - Mrs. A. B. RHoy and llttlo son, Batter, spent Wednesday In Centertown, tho giiest' of friends. "Mrs. R. T. Collins,' City, went la Greenville yesterday to visit her daughter, Miss Lourone. FOn?BALE-Patrj- and'Harnass, tfrlced .right. Mues,! Wagon ' R. B. MARTIN, Cromwell. br k; t .- ' - Mr, Walter Bell,, of Owenaboro, guest of; 'Mr. and was tb week-en- d , Mrs. J. 'P. Caseblor, city. Wo bavo field fence, rabbit and poultry fonce, and barbed wire Jenco. W. E. ELLiS & BRO. Mr. and Mrs, J.. P. Carden, of Narrows, are making an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carden, City. Mrs. Mary Oununlngs, of Roslne, is daugh-to- r, spending tho week with her Mrs, R. T. Hoover and Mr. Hoov-o- r, , City, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Qulsenborry. of Fordsvllle, roturnod homo Wednes,in day, after spending several days guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, B. tho City, ' ' ' Carden. .u ' Highest Cash Prices paid for eggs Ladles and Gentlemon: Having decided to enter the race and paultry. for tho Republican nomination for W. E. 'ELLIS & BRO. Jailer of Ohio County, I take this method of announcing my candidacy Mrs. Sldnev.Wllllams has been vis-- v ltlng friends and relatives In and near to you. Though only a young man, I have Central City during tho week. devoted much time to this party of which I am asking for support; I am Mr. E. E. Birkhcad, accompanied. known as a miner, having been by Mrs. Blrkhead made a business In that occupation fpr tho past trip to Evansvlllo, Ind., last week. fifteen years; I answered the call for troops in.tho recent conflict with HARNESS Anything required to Germany and served as an enlisted equip tho old tarm horse for wdrk man for a term of seventeen months, can bo purchased of ACTON BROS. of which, time twelve months or more was in tho service abroad and In tho Miss Mary F, Bydce, of Loulsvlllo, trenches, where I had nothing short Is spending threo weeks In Beaver of a hard time, fighting tho common Dam, undergoing treatment by Dr. foe. O. L. Dockery. J feel that I am fully qualified to fill the position, to w,htch I aspire, Mrs. Lyman G. Barrett and infant though I am physically unable to son, aro spending a week with Mrs. continue my regular occupation. I Barrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. assuro you that I will fully appreciate Culloy, of Stanley. any, help you may give me. I beg to remain, Mrs, J. B. Tappan will leave Sun.Very respectfully yours, day for Louisville, where she will NATHANIEL .HUDSON. spend tho week-- with friends and McHenry, Ky. Feb. 15, 1921 5 tho Automobile Show ROY P. KEOWN FOR 3 Mrs. Melvln Browning,, of Rusjsell-vlll- o, TAX COMMISSIONER v; arrived hero Tuesday to make an extended' visit with her parents, Roy F, Keownj of Fordsvllle, Is rr. and Mrs, M. V. Johnson. formally announcing in' this lssuet for thes Republican his candidacy r1 ; IiOST Bird dog, setter, whlto nomination for Tax Commissioner of with yellow ,head, Liberal Teward. phlo Cpuntyj Mr-- Koown- - "formerly Notify CLEM SCHROADER, served as a'doputy sheriff, has had SImmqn8, Ky, 4t2p experience In the assessment of property fontaxable purposes Is energetic Our subscribers, both old and new, and posseuso8 'all of the necessary may get a substantial reduction on al- ability tq 'discharge the duties) permost any paper or magazine' they de- taining Jto the position to which ho sire, In connection with the Republi- aspires., can. See us. , . MRS. SHOWN IMPROVES. j Mr. and Mrs, Frank Kuykendoll, of Kronos, and Mt. Chester Tichenpr MfsC. B. Shown, of beda, who has and family, of Nocroek.' were guests been afflicted with sleeping sickness Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. and for Borne three or four w;eeks is slowly, .though very surely Improving. Mrs. John1 Bell, City. During a period of 1? days her sleep The nerves , Miss Marllssa Fofeter, of Nocreek, was almost continuous. loft the first of, this week for Florida, and muscles controlling tho tongue Svhero she will be the guest of Messrs. and ey.es are so affected that It Is A. Vr. Rowan and families with great difficulty she talks', and R. vision is so affected that she sees until late spring. double. "" yhlle tho patient has lost fearJames' S.' C. White Leghorns tho by fully in weight and strength, yet bar. egg machines. Flock headed "Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 ring some unforseen complications per 15; $6.00 per 50; J1Q.00 per 1Q0. it is confidently believed that she MRS. O, B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, will regain her full normal condiCentertown, Ky. tion within a few weeks. . . - '. i . at-to- nd " f ed ! A-ji- nd Athens, Ga., Feb. 1G A mob of 5,000 persons (tonight stormed the Attorney General's View That Judge's bert Whlttaker, of Hartford. Hanna-Iwa- lt Clarke County Jail and, after for Bennett and Willie Condit ot Dual Rolo Within Law cibly taking John Lee Eberhardt, a Nocreek. Slain Factor. negro, charged with the murder of 0-Mrs. Walter Lee, of Oconee County, LOUISVILLE 51ARICETS. Feb. 15. ImpeachWashington, from the Jail, burned him at the ment proceedings Instituted In tho stak"e. Cattle Best light butchers- active House by Representative Welty, DemMrs: Lee was killed early today af ocrat, of Ohio, against Federal Judge at fully steady rates, other's unchangter she had been attacked on enter KenesawLanflls of Chicago remain- ed. Undertone in heavy steer diviing barn at the Lee farm. She re v ed at status quo pending the fixing of sion steady. sisted her assailant, and ran back a date by Quotations: Prlmo heavy steers the Judiciary Committee for toward her home, but was shot from a hearing on the charges preferred 7,508; heavy shipping steers $7 behind, the contents of a double-ba- r .50; medium lo good steers $Gg against the jurist by the Ohio Reprerel shotgun entering her back and sentative. 7; common steers $5.50 G; Tat heihead. Chairman Volstead announced that fers' $Cg,7.25; fat cows ?5C25; Representative Welty and such other medium cows $4 5; cutters 53.25 TWO IN ONE EGG. 4; cannera $2.G03; bulls ?4 witnesses as he may desire, to call would be asked to appear before the 5.75; feeders $57.25;Stockern $4 Jack Russell, of Heflin, has an or G.50; choice milch cows G5SB; probably within a week. dinary sized hen of the white rock committee Without comment jjy' members on medium to good $35, 65; comma variety, which laid an egg a few a rising voTeT Representative Welty's $25035. days ago not only of mammoth proCalves Prices steady with a fairdlcjment was referred to the Ju- -, portions but was otherwise a rare diciary Committee, which is vested" ly good call for the best veals at 510 freak. The egg measured, In cir- with full authority either to dismiss, 50(311; medium to good cumference, 8 by M Inches and tho charges or go ahead with the case. common to medium when It was broken contained an av Hogs Prices established early as e House should egg within. In the latter case, erage size, hard-shellJpdlct on the evidence submitted by, a steady basis. Trade active frdm all .Mr. Russqll Is a truthful and committee, its findings would be sources. Best- hogs 200 pounds trustworthy, gentleman and in ad- the transmitted to the Senate as the trial up sold at $9.75; 120 to 200 dition offers to submit the evidence $10.25; pigs, 90 to 120 pounds 59; court. of a number of people who saw the Many members expressed the be- 90 pounds down " $8; throwoats fZ unusual hen fruit. , lief, however, that, the case would down. Sheep and Lambs Market abort be thrown out by the committee In OFFICERS THREE steady. Best lambs rapged from 57 SHOT PROMT AMBUSH view of the Attorney General's opinion that- - Judge Landls was vlthln to $9; seconds $4 05; Betfat shosp du-tl$3 down; bucks $2 down. Olive Hill, Ky., Feb'. 16. Three the law In accepting tbe outside PRQDUCE. In questlom wounded, one of them serimen were Local produco dealers quote boyfac f ously, while a fourth, escaped with prices as follows, net to shlppors. Um CENTRAL GROVE. ' a whole skin but with a bullet hole shipper paying freight and dray&ae In his hat, during an expedition to News has been received here of the charges: tho m'outh of Dudloy Creek yesterday , dozen, ,a serious illness of Mr. Logan Stevens, Ii EQG&r-2- 5c for the purpose of searching for .; POULTRY Heps 24 25c of Breckenridge, Texas. He has still. moonshine large uprjng chickens 20 24c fe.; amThe men were fired upon from Born to the wife of Mr1. Arble small 2432c, lb.; old roosters 12 ' bush. Jones," on the 7th, a 10 pound girl, 13c lb.;, stags 2,0c lb.; young dads 24c lb.; No. 1 turkeys 36c tb.; christened Rosle Mao. HOW TO tlVE FOREVER. Mi.' Mlilfnrd Afehhv. of Stonv Point young guineas; 60c, nothing but stewed parsnips, Eat visited Mr. Ellis arid Cecil Roeder tlrlnk nftthtntr but cold water. HIRE PRESS, AGENTS Saturday' night. tfo to bed at eigEl every night. TO BOOST AEDDING8 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stewart and Get up at six every morninlg. smoke, chew or play poker. children visited Mr. Stewart' brothPon't s- Oo to church every Sunday morning. er, Mr. Lesllo Stewart, of this place ' London, Ffib, 12 Mothers ef ' clety brides in London have begun tea Split three cords of wood every day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Roeder and hlreprees agents,, In order to boost Walk 19 miles beforo breakfast. horseback two hours every day. little daughte'r, Mildred Lois', visited their daughters' weddings. .Ride o Advance stories andull defo-Play golf the remainder of the aiter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnard Monthe marriage, wjth lists of presanta day night. , noon. Mrs. Elton Wallace and Miss Ar- and any romantic detail that may apDon't kiss tho cook or anybody else". public drinking cups'. ble Williams visited Mrs. J. W. Roe- peal to the public, are being Huuplled Shun tho to the newspapers at the behest ef an Keop out of crowded cars. der Wednosday. The overgrocn Sunday School at bltious hostesses,, who have come to Now comes the most important inas struction, if you would live for- this place is progressing nicely with the conclusion that public!!.- Is caMr. Delbert Barnard superintendent. essential for a successful sociiy Don't lio. The ever: stags- The following were guests of Miss reer as for popularity on the ' 4 1 (l t 35. $5S; Jf-h- ed - ea - -- - FARM DEPARTMENT. "Wlint Hrccrt of Hen VIH Jrovo .Most closely below this sreno .the averages properly curing the largo prowth of succulent vines and is coarseness owpea nnd unfvenns in quality. hay tins but Httlo tundlng in tho city ATTOUNEVS GIVEN TOTAL OF i HO fltntes Offer a ford. Special Counsel In Bingham of Sweets. Clerk A. C. Portor, Hartford. Tax Suit Suffer Big Mnny thousands of American farmOtto O. MarMaster Commissioner ers throughout n score of States aro tin, Hartford. Reduction. FORDSVILLE. overlooking opportunities to secure Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Koown, maple sugar and sirup for delicious Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jono. homo uso, as well ns for sale, at 1st Monday In March 1 J days (Louisville Herald.) Clork Olla Cobb. very llttlo icost. This statement, of Coni'th. and Civil. After listening six days and ono Police Judge C. P. Kcstlnger. interest because of tho approach of 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Purebred Sires Increasing Rapidly On "sugar weather," is based on data night to testimony and devoting four 1st Monday in July 19 days Marshal Grant Pollard. hours to absorbing tho nrgumentr of Forest llcuigcs. compiled by experts of tho United Com'th. and Civil. counsel, a 'Jury in Judgo Ray's court, proved their Purobred bulls havo States Department of Agriculturo who following deliberation of two hours 3d Monday In September 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOIi CALENDAR vnluo for Improving range herds, nnd havo mado a special study of tho F.OR PRESENT VEAK Civil. nnd flvo minutes yesterday afternoon the number being bought In tho cow maple-sugInd.us.try. While Amer(th Monday in November 13 days country 61 tho West Is rapidly In- icans commonly .think of this indus returned a verdict of $70,000 less County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. creasing each year, according to re- try ns being conflnad largely to cir- $10,000 already paid them, for Attor Howard, S. S. O. C. GorCOUNT ports to tho United States Depart- cumscribed areas In Now England neys Hlto Huffakcr, Robert 0. COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartfordw ment of Agriculture. Tho scrub bull and Now York, there uro, as a matter don and James Qarnett, employed as Meets first Monday In each, month. Routo 6. Is now blacklisted on the big nation- of fact, many potential "sugar bush- special counsel by Governor Stanley Judge Mack Cook. In the collection of tho Bingham esDlv. No. 2. H. C. Lnko, Fordsvillo.. al forest pastures. County Att'y.A. D. Kirk. es" throughout eastern nnd north- During tho soason of 1919 three ea&torn United States; Jn other words, tate Inheritance tax. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun.-dco- . Witnesses In the case, besides Govassociations, tho mem throughout a region extending south local live-stoc- k Sheriff S. A. Bratchor. bers of which uso tho ranges of tho to lncludo North Carolina and Ton- - ernor Morrow, who testified for tho Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Golf, Roslno. Sierra National Forest in California, nefsco and west to include northern Commonwealth, and stated in his be-lJailor Worth Tichenor. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor that $30,000 was a fair fco for the adopted rules for tho purchase of Missouri, Iowa and Minnesota. There D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. purebred bulls. Under a special rulo aro also a considerable number of services rendorcd by the special coun Surveyor O. S. Moxley. each association was required to place maple trees of a sugar-yieldin-g Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndlov. Contnr- spe sel, were lawyers from Loulsvlllo and other points in the state, a great aron the range a sufficient number of cies In Washington and Oregon. tles. town. FISCAL COURT. ray of legal talent appearing for ench Hereford, Shorthorn, or Tho largest fowls, represented In purebred While soma experience is necessary County Board of Examiners E. These expert witnesses woro especially sulta-"bl- o Aberdeen-Angu- s A committee Meets first Tuesday In April 'and bulls. tho meat class, aro to boll tho sap down to sirup and sido. Howard, Mrs. Birdlo Midkiff and for tho production of large roos- to purchase and pass upon tho cre- sugar properly, tho process is not called upon to nnswer among other October. ters. Thoy are slow and somewhat dentials of each animal to be turned complicated and may bo learned read- things, hypothetical questions requir- 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Ira Jones. Teachers Instituto, Sept. 13th ing, in most Instances, an hour in tho Routo 3. sluggish In movement, have little loose on tho ranges was appointed. ily. A United States Department of grazreading. The questions concerned 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- 17th. foraging, aro easily con-lindesire for Under this plan, during tho Agriculturo bulletin, "Production of legal services under cerby low fences, rather slow to ing season of 1920 105 Herefords, Maplo Sirup er Dam. f, and Sugar," gives the tho vnluo of EXAMINATIONS 6 Aberdeen-A- n conditions. Thoso attorneys 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. mature, persistent sitters, and rath 97 Shorthorns, and bo tain necessary Information, and will er Indifferent layers of largo brown-shelle- d gus bulls were purcnascd ny tno sent freo to any porson addressing who gave testimony for tho plaintiffs 1th District Q. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 eggs. Many poultrymen, stockmen through their associations expressed tho opinion that the and 1G nt Hartford, Beaver Dam the department at Washington. amount sued for by Huffakor, Gor- Bth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvillo.. however, are getting very fair egg and placed upon the range. It Is A clump of 10 to 15 trees usually was yields from them. Tho Brahmas, estimated that at tho end of the sea- will yield enough sirup for fnmlly don and Garnett $125,000 May 21 and 22 County Teachers Langshans, and Cochins may be men- son of 1920 tho stockmen had not uso to make tapping worth while, n reasonable fee, while witnesses for flth District W. S. Denn, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford, (Whlto). B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo, 7th District tioned as belonging to this class. less than 200 registered bulls on their and in many cases will afford a sur the Commonwealth placed various-estimate- s May 28 nnd 29 County Teachers' upon tho valuo of the services 8th District breeds in- ranges, resulting In a great ImproveB. C. Rhoades, Hart Examinotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). Tho general-purpos- e plus which can bo sold at a romun ranging from $25,000 to $50,D00. ford, Route 6. clude fowls which aro of fair size ment in the grade of steers turned Juno 18 and 19 County nad Stntc eratlve price. The case was before Judge Ray on an and which will also produce a good out. Teachors' Examination nt Fordsvillo, HARTFORD. eggs, makquantity of brown-shelle- d appeal from the County Court, where The Forest Service of tho United (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. ing them "especially adapted to the States Department of Aglrculturo as- Finds Worth of Purebreds On Golug the full amount sought was allowed. Juno 25 nnd 2C County nnd State Clerk J. A. Howard. Rack To Scrubs. person wishing a supply of both eggs sists these local associations in enTho Court of Appeals has already Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, Police Judgo 0. M. Crowe. was a man who heard about held that tho matter of compensaThere forcing the rules which require that and meat. As one has to make (Colored). years ago, Marshal E. P. Casebler. sales of flesh In tho shapo the same kind and grade of bulls be "better sires hotter stock" tion must be fixed by n jury. Sept. 17 and IS County nnd present movement was of surplus cockrels and hens, the placed on the same range. Permits before the The Bingham estato was estimated ROCKPORT Examination at Hartford, carcass as well as egg production' to graze on tho national forest pas started. Ho was so Impressed that to be worth $79,000,000 with ap(Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Uor. thought ho would get a purebred proximately $13,000,000 taxablo in should bo considered. The general-purpos- e tures are refused those who do not he Sept. 21 and 25 County nnd rs' Clerk N. H. Bratcher. bull breeds aro usually good sit- conform to the association's ruling bull and have a good herd. The next Kentucky. Polico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Examination nt Hartford,. good one but the ters and good mothers. They have and who havo not paid their sharo to- ho got was a o Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). beOf the 320,000, tons of rubber medium-size- d combs and wattles and ward the purchase of tho association year his herd was no better than discouraged. He grown last year, tho United States fore, and he became "endure cold weather well. They oc- bulls. kept his purebred bull for ono more took 217,000 tons. cupy a medium position between tho egg and meat breeds as to size, egg Berkshire Breeders Boost Tho Better year, then sold it and bought a scrub. Approximately 12,000,000 persons Tlmo went on, and tho heifer calves production, and docility. The PlySires Campaign. from cows served during those two live under the American flag outside Rhode Rocks, Wyandottes, mouth -j An indication of the active and are widespread support being given to years when the purebred bull was the continental United States. Jsland Reds, and Orpingtons used grew up and camo into milk. good representatives of this class. the hettersires campaign now system- To his surprise he found that after atically fostered by the United States FOR PERSONAL HYttlENF. all he did have a bettor herd. Bur" Litter should be abundant, clean, Department of Agriculture is illus Dusolved in vrater for douche (top alas, in two years more he found that . 1v I pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-'matioand drv It keeps tho hirdf busy. trated by a proposal recently made by r was growing poor again. The Recommended by Lydia E. vr-- ei warm, Healthy, and happy, bay spe- the American Berkshire Association. lis herd f Med. Co. for ten years. Depart' This association, according to a letter cheap bull was getting in his work. cialists of the United States (Finkhnm wonder for naul catarrh, scrub then died, but his influment of Agriculture. and tore eye Economical, recently received by the department Tho remained, just as the good bull's ence tleaming and if" Jtiofdiury 50e. all dnroniu.gnmic&l pnvrf. is suggesting to Stato Berkshire ScriIe Fro. or tnOaU fc Children influence remained after he was gone. V.IM1I.J h PHlooToJrt Crmtnoy. Bfloo. Mm. design-- : Uail i; ;$s Increase Price of Good breeders' associations a plan saw the point. At last this farmor A Safe Old Fashioned eu to uroaaen tne market for Berk- Oueft to Consumer. Again he bought a purebred bull, Remedy for Worms a shipment of three oases, or 30.hlro hoars and Increase the uso of ono whoso dam and grandam had In Seventy. fivoyearscontin-uou- a by a purebred animals on farms. dozen eggs, recontly received high records; and before two years uie ia tbe best testi' Tho association is urging the va- had passed he joined a bull associamonial FRET'S VERMIFUGE Washington, D. C, commission firm nwln; n;,i can offer you. 18 i dozen were condemned by the rious State organizations to mail cir- tion, so that when he had to quit Keep a bottle always on Wonders for Me," as unfit for cular letters to their members sug- using his own purebred bull he was local health department hand. It will help keep gesting that breeders exchango Declares This Lady. , the litde ones healthy food. The percentage of bad eggs able to change off to another bull as and happy. boars for grade boars now be- - good. When shipped into tho markets is very tlie daughters of this 30cabottleatyouf dniffgi.t'or used by farmers, pricing tho reg- "I suffered for a long general atore; or it jour dealer high, reducing trade and dIscouraS-(ln- g again bull grew up ho found his hord lupplyyou.eendhienuna .an't 30c in time with womanly weak.miBnmnHon. sav specialists of Istored boar at a oloso figure and tak- - improving in quality, and this time and ettmpa and we'U Succeed when everything else falls. aend you a Lome promptly. ness," says Mrs. J. R of the U. S. ing tho grade boar at tho market it kept on improving. In nervous prostration and female Year after the bureau of Markets E. & S. FREY, Btltkisrt, Ms. e Simpson, of 57 Spruce weaknesse they are the supremo Price as part paymont, the breeder year his" heifers grow up to be high Department of Agriculturo. a ' remedy, at thousands have testified. St., Ashcvlllc, N. C. "I eggs In the dozen are .bad then sending the grade boar to tho class cows, and the owner profited. If a few finally got to the place FOR KIDNEY J.1VER AND tho housewife pays exorbitant prices butcher. In their letter to the State where it was an effort for STOMACH TROUBLE dealer al- - associations tho national body points for tho sound ones. The It is the best medicine ever sold me to go. I would have every Berkshire breeder who Tanners Find Cooperation Leads To ways prefers to handle good eggs, "t that over a druggist's counter. bearing-dow- n Better Marketing. pains in for spoiled ones injure his business follows this suggestion does three SOBanBBBBIHNBiHM esExperience has shown that farmWILL YOU my side and back reputation A deduction for spoiled pecially severe across my ers' cooperative marketing associaTAKE OUFfc He puts a Berkshire boar on an adfeel that eggs also makes back, and down in my tion, organized along sound busiditional farm. he Is not being treated in good faith volside there was a great He provides a means of getting ness llr.es and with a sufficient by tho commission merchant. deal of soreness. I was builnesa, will offer a regular A Prominent Nurse Testifies good Berkshire feeder hogs for the ume of. Bad eggs then aro a loss to everynervous end easily updependable service to producers, say A Treatment egg market. Covinoton, Kr. "I have been one who handles them. Every set. States DeHo puts the purebred sire on a specialists of tUe United recommending Dr. Pierce's Favorito WTV for WEAK: markrted should bo of unquestionable Impossible partment of Agriculture. Proscriptfarm where formerly there was a -' " TAKE quality, LUNGS on ion to my results must ot bo ex.'C.Ucd, but. grade or scrub. patients S.-- . producers, by organizing, can acCONSUMPTION! Signs bearing the legend "Reglstor-e- d and per as Individuals Rate, Found in Inmost Knnu-Wng- o aona1 Berkshire hear used on this farm,' complish nnici that they could not undertake. friends for. Southern States. will be furnished by the American so ver al A Quick relief (or that tired, rua down feeling, marketing associaIxwest wage rates for farm labor association to all farmers who take yean, ever cougbi, pains in cbeil. alfbt iweaU, hemorworking by the month without board advantage of this plan. tions can assist In standardizing pro I! It dot, rhage!, weak lunfi or consumption; eioco it reducts, in Improving grading and pack stored me net help you It coals you nothing. In 1920 wero found in tho South Atto perfect ing, In furrishine sloiage raciir.U". lantic States by tho Bureau of Crop OHIO MEDICAL CO. Last Day of Hunting Season. in gathering and using market and Estimates, U, S. Department of Agria at Under the Federal law, which pre- crop Information and In locating now culture. Tho average for that group very scribes seasons on migratory game 111-rA marketing association markets. of States was $50.56. A little above birds, January 31 was the last day can do much more advertising than with was tho average of $51.94 for this ducks and gesse, coots n single producer could afford and on inward USELIV-VER-LA- X "1 heard of Cardul and the South Central States. Tho wago andwhich wild ifoublo. Wilson snipe or Jacksnlpo could decided to use it," concan buy farm supplies at quantity northern groups of it In QYrv levels for the be hunted anywhere In the United prices for Its members. avto tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I instance 'Jut J has kaovft woa States woro much abovo those Tho Federal law provides, take Dr.. PUrce'a Favorite Precrlp-Uosaw shortly it was beneerages, as they havo been during the States. however, that the carcasses of birds for feminine weaknete, or 11 in fiting me, so I kept It up For Clilldren. 55 years oflho record of that bureau. open season may ivwd ot a fBcit temle wWf eatpect-aaaa- tt and it did wonders for Central States east of killed during the In tha North k-la Iag th bo possessed for an additional period me. And since then I Too much caro cannot be exercised lho Mississippi River, the average of of 10 days following tho end of the oE ote&ti.wlitfttrtif.. l a wosaan's . have been glad to praise In selecting a cough medlctno for 170.09 was found for 1920; in the season, provided tho WpnAd upon Miftilai ttotf M State or local inhiiirnn it should bo Dioasam lO Cardul. It is the best te rllvs BarM cajpWh, Wotf Jtforth Atlantic States $75.54; in the do not prohibit it The Pos- -. woman's tonic made' contain no harmful drug and battAfef awMtliitilM tba Uorth Central States west of the laws carcasses of wild ducks, Weak women need a taUm uumNybrmakk. I shall Mississippi River, $79.79; and by fart session of most effectual In curing their coughs migratory game ,. goese, and other .... . tonic. Thousands and o, tq ahrtm pnim Dv. npet'i Favorite Feelirtaht all tho time. Don't lay off and colds. Long experience has 10 rende he net) WtbJy." M.B8. from work for days by taking calomel IVtVfrtf thousands, like Mrs. shown that Chamberlain's Cough tho far Western States. keeps yo when pleasant to prosecution in the Federal Simpson, have found PATtH J5U.KKT, Htt Kestdaa St. In individual States there woro, of courts. The law is artmlnlslered un- Romedy meets these conditions. It Favorite 'PweorTBtto aboaU havo on your feet, whllorellevingyourtnjubj Cardul of benefit tofhem. m. many mothers. u fnvnrlte with course, departures from Dortl the full oonfltMBce" t every woman In le. Safer too, and easy to take. afford Try Cardul for your trouWrings'" the United States Department anything erases Lowest of all, for AmericsAbccau la oatitialM no alco- takeEliminates else. You can't sys ble. i of Agriculture by tho Bureau of Bio- poisons, cleanses ROYS TRY TO WRECK TRAIN by tho month without board In 1920, hol apd no aarofttfe. Doctor Fierce it and relieves constipation. A nat tern with tho average ot,lo6Ical Survey. knew, wfcn be ibfl made tbla standard ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum was Mississippi, ALL Explaining that thoy wanted to soo medlatae, t&ai wwy and gwmhlno in its effect and certain in results. 1 $41 nnd abovo this, In order, wero, will Cowpca Hay. wtre (nwricua, aa bo be ma always won't be long boforo a wreck like tho kind thoy saw in tho fiouth Cnrollna, with ?41.80; Alaba- keff ojk oM ofsb Mmedfes, Dr. completely displaco calomel in ever Cowpea hay is said by specialists of movies, two boys confessed to atDRUGGISTS with $42.40; Georgia, with $44; ma rlaiiej BfwgljUen con hj home. Cnildren can tako it freely ani the United States Department of Ag- - tempting to derail a Michigan Central and Tonnesseo with $46. in Mk.W buoob in etuier with perfect safety. Every bottlo cuar-antee-d. ?t.ltwd for feed-h- o passenger train near Lawton, Mich. 50c and in bottlea. JNon ttakl Si At the other extreme are some of rlculture to bo better havo been Bend 10 Doctor Plerce'o gonuino without the likeness and signarj States of tho far western group. Ing to cow than to hoibes. Partly It was at first thought to was carInvallaV flbte. Hi Buffalo, N. V., lot ture of I K. Grigsby, For ealo by nnd paitly because done by bandits as tho train Tho highest Stato average found was on this account trial paoKage ot tna wpteta. t I. . BUAUisj, - HtrJfedi Nevada, and of the difficulty oflca experienced In rying n large shipment of currency. $107 for Colorado and Sntlsfnclnry? Chickens, for conveniences, may lio classified ns egg breeds, meat breeds, goncral-purpos- o breeds, and fancy or ornamental breeds. Tho egg breeds lncludo tho small or medium-size- d fowls which aro very active-quic- k to mature, producers of wlilto-shollo- d eggs, usually nonslttors r at best but poor sitters, and rather poor mothers, say poultry special ists of the United States Department of Agriculture. Tho varieties of Xcg-horand Mlnorcaa aro good representatives of this class. Because they aro poor sitters some other breed, or at least a few other fowls, .should be kept It natural methods. of incubation aro to bo employed. On account of their early maturity It Is not uncommon for Individuals of tho egg breeds to begin laying at tho age months. These of four and one-ha- lf "breeds do not fatten as readily under ordinary conditions as tho larger and less nctivo breeds, and aro rather Bcnsltlvo to low temperaturo of their largo comb3 and watns so of $105 for Montana and Jdaho, and In $104 for Utah and Washington. thoso States woro paid wago rates for farm labor hired Jry ,tho month without board that were about 2 2 times tho rates paid In tho States mentioned as paying the lowest rates, but tho agricultures and tho crop? were not tho samo in comparison. 1-- market Mnplo Trees of "Wealth $70,000 DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Black, Owemboro. C. E. Hmlth, HartCom'tli. Attorney Judge BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennsjr. Olork R. W. King. . Police Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal It. F. Stovens. ar ef a ed v -- Stato-Teacher- State-Teache- Every Woman lVantsj gr" Mothers use A Why k 2 Suffer? f mKtzm Fretfs n. t J For the er zrs u&e F 'I 1 i E4 s !EE ctric! Hitt rs (hi Mi p3 5 ! the-shipp- f&3f GERMINAL, REMEDY BlaaiaVm -- '"' CARD U I The Woman's Tonic FOR.ONE MONTH) Mrr j. - i. f 2 3 mjp S M health tr ert-OU- B cltlr M m tm fai. 14 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. S M ax -- iroa ywa Hti -,- - m$ m jte jfcxsflafeJBuhME Ttmi . LJn. TaS&tA.. 4 1 Jocnji A, V 4 LU t.4 - Quaker Minister Is Grateful to Tanlac measure I credits in senate for rural . -- V Key. Nearly everybody In Parker Moon and wont back and forth three times but did not get tho relief I had hoped for. Finally, I got so bad off I was not able to got around with any of comfort. I was also told I had heart trouble. "I had read about Tanlac and, as it had been very highly recommended to me, I decided to try It. I got a bottlo and had taken only a few doses until I could notlco a marked improvement in my condition. I noticed especially that I was not troubled any moro with sour stomach after eating, which was a groat relief. "I kept on taking Tanlac until I fully regained my health. My appetlto Is splendid; I enjoy my meals and I do not Jlnd it necessary now to ! take any laxative medicines of any kind. I can sleep much better and am not nearly so nervous. "I take great pleasure in recom-mondlTanlac to anyone who needs a good system builder, or who suffers with stomach trouble. I have recommendod Tanlac to a great many ot my friends and am pleased to roach others by giving this statement ng Southwest 3 Missouri oithcr knows or has heard of the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a full half century has devoted his llfo and talents to Sunday school and organization work for the Society of Friends or Quakers. "Undo Parker," ns ho Is moro familiarly known, came from fine old rugged Quaker stock, nnd there Is not a bettor known or moro highly respected citizen in that part of tho state. In referring to his remarkable restoration to health by Tanlac. lie said: "About five years ago I suffered a i do-gr- co Washington, Fob. 12. ThovRural Credits bill, Introduced In tho Houso by Representative McFnddon, Penn sylvania, to standardize productivo farm crodlt papor in tho open market which has boon beforo tho House for soma time, as been Introduced In tho Scnato by Senator Kenyon, Idaho. Supporters of tho bill say that tho essential principles hav'o been by prominent thinkers engaged In agricultural work. The bill provides for tho creation, of two corporations by special Fed-or- al charters, namely, a Rural Credit Society and a General Insuranco "" League. The credit society would consist of ono central bank, with $25,000,-00- 0 capital, to bo furnished by tho Government without interest, which would bo returned from tho sinking fund created by tho bill. Thofo would bo forty-eigbranches, one for each State, with ?G0,000 capital each, to be furnished by. tho Insuranco company accopting such Federal chartor. This stock would pay a 6 per cent cumulative dividend and become n guaranty against tho loss of capital furnished by tho Government. Farmers may organlzo any number fof community associations or "com munes" with not less than seVon members each. The "commune" stock will be in shares of $5 each and subscribed for and owned by farmer mombcrs only. Tho members' Intorests will bo represented by this "commune" stock instead of deposits, thus avoiding the exponslvo machinery of deposit bank ing and broadening the market for productivo farm credit paper. Provision Is made for commissioners to negotiate with ono of the six largest life insurance companies, for tho purposo of Inducing one of them to accept such Federal charter. This employment of a big lifo Insurance company to become the guarantor of siich rural credit paper to tho uso of the "acceptance houso" under the British commercial credit system. ed ht ds GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we ft For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. - BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. have something to, SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, or by the chips by the time In seconds the chips take to travel this distance. The average of several such determi nations will give the mean velocity ot the surface of the stream. The: sur face velocity multiplied by 0.80 gives very nearly tho average velocity of tho whole stream, from surface to bed. To determlno tho area of tho cross section of the stream, stretch a tapo from shore to shore and take the depth ot the stream at intervals ot 2 to 5 feet. Compute tho average of these depths in feet to determine the mean depth of the stream. This average multiplied by tho total width in feet will give the area of tho cross sectipn of the stream in square feet. The discharge that is, the quantity of'water flowing In the stream Is found by multiplying the area of tho cross section by the average velocity as determined by means of the chips, the result being the discharge or, in other words, the in second-fee- t, number of cubic feet flowing past the point of measurement every second. A cubic foot contains 7.48 gallons. KENTUCKY Mtg CLUB ENROLLMENT TO HAVE BIG INCREASE Lexington, Ky. Feb. 14 More than 12,000 Kentucky boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 18 years havo already been enrolled and 10,000 more aro expected to be enrolled in Junior agricultural clubs during 1921 as a result of a recent proclamation mado by Gov. Edwin P. Morrow, signifying a club enrollment week, according to results of the campaign which aro being comp'led in the office of C. W. Buckler, state leader ot Junior club work In Kentucky. With Indications pointing toward an enrollment of approximately 23,-0- 00 youngsters an increase ot about 500 per cent over tho 4,000 in 1920 will bo realized, according to Mr. Buckler. The campaign was conducted during tho week ot Dec. C to 11. My principal oneral breakdown. trouble was nervous Indigestion. My appetlto was very poor nnd my food seldom agreed with mo, nnd I had to livo on a very restricted diet. I suffered a great deal from headaches And dizzy spells; I had sovcro pains across the small ot my back and was badly constipated most of tho tlrao. In fact, I was so weak and rundown I was not able to attend to my dutlos. "This condition made mo very nervous and I could not sleep at night. Frequently I would Ho nwnko most all night and was in that condition moro or less for flvo years. My physician said ho could not do anything for mo and suggested a change of cllmato. I then moved to Texas Gas In the stomach or bowels Is a disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv er. To get rid of it quickly take Herblne. It is a marvelous liver stimulant and bowel purifier. Price 60 cents. Sold by Onto County Drug Company. m -- HARMING TO PAY INCOME TAX POOR BLOOD IS JUST LIKE SLOW POISON for publication." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; and In McHenry by "S. J. Tlchenor. Advertisement. warded to India. "So far as I know," ho added, "America has since made no claim ANGLO-AMERICA- N AMITY IS SOUGHT Colonial regarding the matter." Secretary Churchill Urges Spirit of Good Rotations And Understanding. London, Feb. 12 A plea for makAnglo-American Chronic Constipation. Thero aro people who never have a movement of the bowels without it Is produced by a cathartic. Most ot them have brought that condition on thomsolves by tho. us of mineral waters and strong cathartics that take too much water out ot the system and aggravate the disease they are meant to relievo. A mild laxative tonic like Chamberlain's Tablets affords a gentle movement of the bowels that youhardly realize has been produced by a medicine, and their use Is not so likely to be followed by constipaxn tion, m - ing the dominant note In relations one of friendship and understanding, rathor than of sensational and inaccurate representation, was made tonight by Winston Spencer Churchill, the secretary for tho colonies, and Earl ll Reading, viceroy ot India, at a to Lord Reading by tho dinner newly-appolntedi faro-we- g Union. The guests included Mrs. John W. Davis, representing tho American ambassador, who was absent owing to indisposition-Sir Hamar Greenwood, chief secretary for Ireland; Sir Alfred Mond and the archbishop of Can- English-Speakin; PUBLISHER'S RESPONSHHLITY ' terbury, Lord Read- t I. J- Both Mr. Churchill and ing in their spoeclres alluded to tho between Great Britain and tho United States In tho late war CHRISTIAN COUNTY-HEIFEand the need ot preserving thru long ESTAULISHES STATE RECORD years ot peace what had been gained at such cost and porll. The viceroy t What Is Pembroke, Ky., Fob. 14 said It was essential that the two said by dairy authorities at the nations understand each other, State College of Agriculture to be misunderstanding bred suspi- the highest milk and butter fat reclou and suspicion urea miairusi, uui cord ever made by a yearling heifer with a common understanding ot each In Kentucky has beon reported from other's ideals and alms, Bell's Sarah Ann, Blue unity was guaranteed for all 452841, in tho herd of Mrs. H. H. timo. Felchor, of this city. Tho cow startLord Reading gave what he deed her official test when sho freshpublic utter-anc- o clared to bo tho first ened at the ago of one year and five concerning oncwartinio evidence months and during tho year she proto England, ot American friendship duced 8,210 pounds of milk and 420 at a momont during tho saying that pounds of butter fat, equivalent .to THE YpUTH'B COMPANION, war when sllvor was unavailable and England urgently needed It to cover Commonwealth Avo., & St. Paul St., 505 pounds ot butter. Mrs. Folcner Boston, Mass, was assisted In tho testing by II. a. Tupoes in India, tho American Congress passed legislation oponlng tho i New Subscriptions Received at this press, assistant county agent ,of ' ' it . Christian1 county. Treasury reserves and Bllver wasjor- - offico.' rs -so Anglo-Americ- reading is Much demoralizing printed on the plea that "the public wants it," A mother might as excusably give her child the glistening arsenic for which It cries. Tho publisher bears a responsibility to society llko that ot the preacher or tho teacher. This at any .rate, Is tho view ot the Publishers of tho Youth's Companion. From Its first issue to tho present it has been a constant force for character building. And with all that It has been so wisely edited that no publication exists ot more varied charm more inexhaustible and refreshing sources ot Interest. Tho 52 issues ot tho coming year will bo crowded with serial stories, short stories, editorials, poetry, facts and fun. Only $2. CO for an amount volot reading equal to thirty-fiv- e umes, of fiction, humor, etc. Rovonuo officials say that President Mokes Yon Feel Lazy nnd Discour aged. You Get Nothing Done. Harding will get about $18,000 a year less out ot tho presidency than Pepto-Manga- n Purifies President Wilson has been receiving. Not that the salary of $75,000 a year has been decreased; President Hard- Tuno Up Your Blood With It, Noing will simply have to pay the intice tho Dlffcrenco With Rich come tax on that salary while PresRed Blood in Your Veins. ident Wilson did not. Under a ruling of tho supreme Tho man or wornan or the child court President Wilson was exempt- with a sickly-lookin- g complexion, a ed from tho tax on the ground that pale wan face, has blood that is fillhe camo into office beforo the enact- ed with poison. Instead of rich red ment of the revenue laws Imposing a blood coursing thru their veins, they tax on his salary. President Hard- are trying to got along with blood ing will only get the usual exemp- that Is weak and thin. It doesn't tion of $2000 for a married man. He carry qualities thru the may also claim certain business ex- body. You see those men and woemptions, but it has been figured that men every day. They are so tired. his normal income tax will be $5480 Their shoulders droop. They slouch. and his surtax $12,940 making his It Is all they can do to get around. total tax $18,420. As soon as you begin to feel that n, way take the blood tonlo. It will clear BRINGS LESS' PRODUCE THAN BILL FOR FREIGHT away the poisons and make your blood rich with red corpuscles. Pepto-Mangis prepared In both New York, Fob. 12. Wholesale prices for fruits and vegetables are liquid and tablet form. One has the so low in tho NewYork market that same medicinal value as the other. many farmers who shipped produce Take either kind you prefer. But be here received nothing in return but a sure you get the genuine Pepto-Ma- n The full name, bill for the balance due on freight gan "Gude's". ," should be on charges, Dr. Eugene H. Porter, State "Gude's (Advertisement.; Commissioner of Foods and Markets, the package. declared in a statement here today. levies, Even with prices at pre-w"people seem .to be eating less than usual," he added. For Infants and Children Farmers and wholesalers, the Commissioner said, believe this condition In Us For Years Is due to the retail trade not giving Always bears tho benefit of tho low prices to the the Signature of public. Instances of how substantial losses were citaccrued to farmer-shippeHOW TO MEASURE A RIVER ed. life-giviPepto-MangaWell-knoan Pepto-Manganar SA The largest .enrollment in a slnglo county was reported from Whitley county where County Agent E. F. Davis already has 1,200 boys and girls signed up for the work. He ex4 When the bowels become Irregular pects to enroll at least 150 more. you are uncomfortable and the longer Other cod,iiles which have enrollthis condition exists tVrn worse you ments ot more than 500 youngsters. feel. You can get rid ot this misery Include Jackson, Clay, Barron, Daquickly by using Herblne. Take u viess and Laurel. dose on going to bed and see how flno you feel next day. Price 60c. Sold ty SULTAN ON VERGE OF LOSING THRONE" m Ohio County Drug Company. Constantinople, Feb. 12. Tho sul FARM TENANTS' UNION DENIES NIGHTRIDING PART tan today received a telegram from Izzet Pasha, who was sent to Angora Bridgeport, Ala., Feb. 12 Officers In December by the sultan to endea of tho Tenants' Union Issued a state vor to negotiate an agreement with ment today denying any connection the Turkish Nationalists, in which with the recent nightrldlng when land Izzet said he had Joined the owners were warned by men describ"All are deserting me," exclaimed ing themselves as union members not to rent propertyto nonunion tenants. the sultan, tearing up the telegram. In tho messago Izzet begggd tho The statement attributed the demonstration to a "disreputable gapg ot sultan to recognize the political sov ereignty ot the Angora assembly in outsiders." order It was tho purposo ot the riders to new to forestall the naming of a sultan. The United States Geologic Sur injure the union, tho statement said, Tewflk Pasha, the premier, and tho vey, Dopartmont of the Interior, fre- adding that Its 9,000 members would quently recelvos letters Inquiring for assist the authorities In identifying government's delegation to the forthcoming conference In London on Near some simple method of determining the band. approximately tho flow of creeks or Eastern questions, who left for tho British capital today, carried instrucsmall rivers. Th"o following Instruc- (FARM FLOCK MAKES . 08 FOR DECEMBER tions from the sultan to make peaco tions may be ot some value to those at any price, provided the Nationalists who wish to determine roughly tho velocity or the volume of a stream. Corydon, Ky. Feb. 14 What can agreed. Choose a placo whore tho channel bo accomplished by the proper enro BREW FINE UP TO LANDLORD Is straight for 100 to 200 foot and has and feeding of tho farm poultry flock a nearly constant width tnd depth; Is shown by tho results obtained from By a ruling ot .District Attorney lay off on tho bank a lino 50 or 100 tho flock ot Mrs. J. T Wilson, of this feet In length, marking oach end; city, whore a profit of $98.20 wns Clyne, of Chicago, the landlord of then throw small chips into tho wat-o- r realized from 168 Whlto Wyandotte any tenant convicted of making homo and allow them to float down bona during December. Mrs. Wilson brew will be fined $1000 should the stream, noting tho timo the chips re s conducting a demonstration In co- amateur brewer bo unable to pay and quire to travel tho dlstanco laid oil rporation with1 tho Stato College of not havo sufficient property to at on the1 bank. Tho surfaco velocity In Agriculture and did all feed'lng and tach. "Tho prohibition nct.y raid toot por Bocond may bo found by dl management according to Its recom- Mr. Clyno, "holds an owner guilty ot any violations on his premises." yldlng tho dlstanco in feo,t passed ov- - mendations. C ASTO R rA Ovr 30 CijtfMtfa a IIcJ3 State Drive To Feed Chinese t UPHOLDS RIGHT OF I. C. C. TO FIX RATE STATE TREASURER OF CHINA FAMINE FUND passed a rosolutlon asking Congress .o enact a law to that effect. Tho sight of prisoners In tho State Roformatory at Monroo, Wash., in olivo drnb uniforms caused Thomas N. Swale," Commander of tho Amorl-f.i- li Legion of that stato to register n strong protost. Tho uniforms, It was said, woro used as prison garb on account of their low cost. Tho prncttco will probably bo discontinued. During Argonno dnys, "Bobby" worked hard for tho Bodies. Today ho is ipascot of Argonno Post of tho American Legion at Gnlvcston, Tex. "Bobby" Is n German" pollco dog who was taken prisoner by n Galveston soldier of tho Fourth Division boforo ho could deliver an order for blowing up tho position his captors wero occupying. His nnmo was Jncob Tclnovvitz. Legion Tenny, hq thought It was n nioro American name--. Tenny, who is adjutant and Americanism director ot Walter S. Poague Post No. 161 of tho American Legion, of Chicago, officially changed his name to honor tho and to prove, that ho was all American, Ho is a lavvyor who Served overseas. Now it is Jacob Lo-gl- w ir,t iR4 y JgYHUILLIN is chairman in KontiK-kfor 'he Clilnn Famine Fund. Tills campaign which vena latjnehed by President Wilson, is ti ralso money to feed the 10,000,000 Cliinrse now facing death frojn starvation. kIL MULLINS FATHER POISONS HIS STARVING CHILDREN Kenfackian Receives Letter From China Telling of the Horrible Famine Conditions There 40,000,000 FACE DEATH S dreadful are the famine conditions in China, a father poisoned Ills Cunily tosae them from the suffering o starvation. The 40,000.000 peoplo who Eacestarvntlon now 'are beginning to die from the dreaded tphus. These conditions arc described in a letter to the Rev. Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, Louisville, chairman for Kentucky of the China Famine Fund, and also arc toUL of in the report of the American Minister at Peking sent to President Wilson. The campaign to save these. people from starvation was launched by the President. lOJDOOfiOO Chicago, Feb. 15. Tho Stjito of lllltiiot's has bosn enjoined by tho United States district Court from o with tho Interstate Commission orders establishing increased frolght nnd 'passengor rhtes on railroads oporatlng within the State. Tho decision, given late yesterday, was not announced xuntll today. Tho court dismissed all suits fllod by tho Attorney 'dcnernl of Illinois to havo sot asldo tho orders of tho Intcrstnto Commerco Commission and In eff6ct upheld the right of the Federal body to fix State rates whero It was shown thai such rates constituted a discrimination against those established for interstate commerce. The decision will allow the roads to put 'Into effect an Increase of 40 per cent In freight rates and to rais,o passenger rates In tho State to 5.6 cents a mile. The present rato for tho latter Is 3 cents, but tho State Utilities Commission had ordered tho JOSEPH BURGE roads to restore tho ohl statutory rate of 2 cents a mile. President Wilson's nppeal-fo- r Tho findings wero handed down by for the 40,000,000 Chlnyse facing starvation, ho points out that Judges Baker and Pago of tho United States Circuit dburt and Judge Car- $1 will feed ono Chinese for a mopth. penter of the District Court sitting Through tho appointment by tho President, Joseph D. Purge, president of'tho en banc. I.ouIsvJIlu Board, of Trade, "is sjnte mm treasurer nnd tho Row Dr. E. Y. Mul-litiCEXTERTOWX. president of the Southern BapC. T. S. Overton is spending a few tist Theological Seminary, Is chnirman. days this week in Breckenridgo and Funds for tho China Famine Fund Grayson Counties with relatives. should be sent to Mr. Burge, 0 Board J. T. Igleheart, Natchitoches, La., of Trade building, Louisville. visited relatives hore last week. W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was in town- - Monday. URGES FRIENDSHIP BE E. M. Morton nnd wife 'visited rela-tivCEMENTED WITH CHINA at Utica Sunday and Mgnday. Norma Ross left Monday for Miss Bowling- - Green, where she will enter school. Mrs. H. L. Tucker, of Central City, visited relatives here the first of the week. Mrs. J. M. KIncheloe visited relatives in Central City Saturday and Sunday. J. D.' Duncan of Bowling Green was in town one days last week. Miss Ruth Godsey, of Smallhous, is the guest of relatives and friends here this week. e, Artie Rowo and family, of Iowa, are visiting relatives here. 'Com-morc- RED LINE round the top ' m Aw f Wj yWM More farmers are wearing Goodrich Rubber Footwear today than ever before. so The reason for this tremendous increase in users is simple Goodrich wears longer than other footwear, nnd farmers have found it out. Naturally, when a " man buys a pair of Goodrich and they last so much longer and arc so "Hi-Press- IN much more comfortable, and so materially cut down that big footwear bill he's going to telhis friends. More and more farmers are finding out -- s, The milego of William L. Harris Post, of tho American Legion at Boston, Mass., Is probably as largo as any Legion organization, for it Is composed entirely of mall carriers nnd V postal employes. William P. Gary, first vice commander of tho California Department of tho American Legion, has been appointed judge ot the superior court ot San Diego County. ROS1XE. that Goodrich won't leak, peel or como apart it can't, for it is made in One Solid Piece that's the Goodrich way. Look for the Red Line 'round the Top when you buy. 60,000 dealers are now selling Goodrich. The B. F. Goodrich rudder Company Akron. OHIO r es Goodrich Hi-Pre- ss Farmers are getting busy in this part of the country, preparing to sow oats vvhllo the sun shines. Rev. Ward Taylor filled his appointments Saturday and Sunday nt this place, and organized Sunday School to bo held at 2:30 p. m., each Every ono cordially invitSabbath. ed to attend. Mrs. William Combs Is very sick at this writing. Mrs. John Pierce, of Beaver Dam, visited Mrs. Betsey Pierce and daugh, ter Sunday. Mr. Van House and family have movtl to Roslne. Mrs. Mary Cummlng's is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Hoover, of Hartford this week. Mr. Jesse Crowder loft here for Los Angeles, California, last Tuesday. Rev. Garland Embry will preach hero Wednesday night at tho School " house. birthday dinner was given to A Uncle Ed Pierce the lGth by his wlte, children and friends. Uncle Ed Is a Civil War veteran. Wo wish him many birthdays yet. '' Rubber Footwear HARTFORD FORTY" YEARS AGO And boys and girls from far and near Came flocking here for knowledge. Tho town was wide awake, then, Tom", i 'twas un and doing things, up plank walks and built of j Tore I I That "Twas forty years ago, dear Tom, we had built our College, by CAU IKLD A SHOOK DR. HENRY E. DOSKER. (. bilck, We hurried to and fro tt C ...n.ln ...n... n1i4n(roa fVion Tnm. UlltUC 111U11J VUUUbV., vuu, w.u, That wos forty years ago. V Are Children. Tlie American Minister states that of tills number, 15,000,000 nro subsist' Ins on dry leaves and 10,000,000 of them pn-ofes- arc children. Dr. Mulllns sajs this famine t Is the since tlit? one In 1S70 when "tho world stood aghast at the death ot millions by starvation nnd cold. The grass grows, just as green, Tom, TCba horrors of that ear are nt our And barefooted boys al play very doors," he said. Are sporting just as we did then Tim area Involved is larger than With spirist Just as gay, Francs and embraces Shantung, Shan-s- i, But the Master sleeps on yonder hill Qdhll and Ilonan. And no slab marks his toomb. A missionary in a letter received What makes us all so slow? jisierday by Dr. Mulllns, says : For he has long gone home, Tills dreadful famine follows Ave I think how very much we've changed Stars of crop failures. Millions of men,, women and children arc eating Since forty years ago. the last of their dry leaves. The winters hem are very cold but these peo- But since that time we've piked our ple Iiave no fuel they depend on streets leaves and goollang stalks to heat And wore them through and through, their huts they have neither. Down to tho same old mud holes That wero here forty years ago. Typhus Upon Them. Let's fill them up again, dear Tom, "TTils appeal is not ours but theirs. And start anew this spring passed from Techow to Tientsin, And mako our old town more beauthere was only barrenness, wheat had- tiful, bcen sown In foiiio few spots, but it 13 Let all it's praises sing. . & long wait until harvest time and now And those who aro passing thru may typhus is upon us. know "I found one very pathetic case. We've lnado somo change sinco forty The cow Out had kept tho family nlivo years ago. for months, fulled to give milk for lack of feed. She liad tp bo sold for a trifle. havo been reThe father prepared a good meal of Tho same old walks built "Rood"!,' dumplings for ids family. stuff, Of Ills little daughter ahked how it was Thenice concrete andhavo been removold lamp posts that they wero having such good food ed aSler weeks of hunger. After they had For nice olectrlc lights (sometimes) eaten, ho told them that lie had put part of tho town had well paved 5olson la cadi dumpling nnd all would And streets !) out of their misery, lie could son them starvo and thoy And wore an air of ease. not utu- to But thas all past, wo see no place were dead when I nrrived. "Ploaso sond money for theso poor Of beauty, our eves to nlease. tinman beings. Tim rniimn.i lntr wo do not hurry, but we know Mwhurla will haul wheat freo of 0ur t6wn 8llouhl havo somo chnngo rliarso but wo haven't enough money Since foity joars ago. to liuy the wheat." Dr. Mulllns has sont an 'appeal to So let's be up and doing the clergy of Kentucky to relate tho And help somo others go. tixperiancas of this missionary. Joseph And our town will wear a creator air Rurse, treasurer of tho Famine Fund, fr Than It did forty years ago. (Tho above paper was read by Mrs. tends tho funds to China through tho iUato Department at Washington. ; 'Honry Gurson at tho'oivlc Welfar Meeting, Fob,, 10.) ', The old school house has since burned down, And this one bullded new. ( The desks aro very mucluthe same, (Only they're made for one Instead of two.) Some of the old bricks are in the wall, But no bell swings to and fro. We lovo the building Just the same As we did the one forty years ago. only from a humanitarian but in view of tho sltnntlnn farpd hv America In the Orient, it would b wise to cement tlie friendship between tho United States and China, In tlie opinion of the Rev. Dr. Uenry D. Dosker, a member of the faculty of tho Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Louisville. Dr. Dosker, who served as a missionary in Japan nnd also in China, mako an urgent appeal for funds for the 40,000,000 starving Chinese In tlie famine stricken provinces north of tho Yellow river. lie has been in this torrltpry nnd eajs he is not surprised at tho report of the American Minister at Peking, which states that 15,000,000 of tho inhabitants aro subsisting on dry leaves, wild plants and treo bark and the death rate from starvation now Is 15,000 a day" with a tvphus epidemic seemingly inevitable. Joseph D. Burge, 9 Board of Trado building, Louisville, Is treasurer in Kentucky for. the China Famine Fund. NOT NEWS OF AMERICAN LEGION ACTIVITIES In harmony with the policy adopted by the American Legion at its last national convention "for immediate confirmation and legislation ot the policy that foreign ,,born 'Japanese shall be forever barred from American citizenship," the, legislative committee ot the Legion's "Nebraska department is supporting tho passage ot an alien land bill in the stato legislature. It Js said that"LegIon members In other western states will push I ' similar legislation. "Times do change," said J. M. Miller, an American Legion member of Rochester, Minn., when ho visited his Colwartime comrade, ot lins, now lieutenant-governo- r Minnesota. "Tho last time I saw tho little corporal, (referring to the lieutenant governor) was in France nnd ho was covered nil over with cooties and mud. Now, look nt him presiding ov er a bunch of dignified senators." Tho two men wore corporals, in tho same battery of tho Rainbow Division in France. "To prevent lich Investors from ovadlng their sharo of tho tax burden," a tax on thov interest of oil state, county nnd city bonds is favored by Tigir PotNo. 23 ot tho American Logion in Navy York which - I spend a few months. Mr. Noblo Thomasson, of South Cnrrollton visited his father and (By I. D. Clalro.) mother, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomnsson, Sunday and Monday. "O, Jerusalem I Jerusalom! how ofMr. and Mrs. Vascoo Bnlrd visitten would I havo taken you under ed Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Havener, Sunmy wing, as tho hen her brood, but day. yo would noW I am reminded ot Mr. and Mrs. Hlpslcy Rlggs visitthat solemn declaration ot uns62tlsU ed at tho homo of Mr. Virgil Rlggs, interest in this, my appeal to the Sunday. good citizens ct Hartford to perforin Mr. L. N. Porter and family visita llttlo work tot the generation that ed Mr. and Mrs. Andy Baird Sunday. shall come after you. In no other Mr. and Mrs. Nat Coridit visited way can 30 llttlo labor beautify a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman town as in that ot planting shndo Condtt Sunday. trees. Perhaps no other town In Mr. W. A. Hlggs is moving td his Kentucky Is so bare of "pretty shado farm which he purchased from Mr. trees, in its central section, as Is Andy Rowan, and Mr. Rowan Is movHartford Trees grow slowly, It is ing in tho proporty of Mrs. Mandy true, but before tho shade somebody Shaver. must plant tho trees Now may I I Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Russell, Mr. not (.ppnal to the citizens of Hartford and Mrs. Paul Russoll, Mr. Carl Ren- to take up thli matter now? Ono trow and family and Mjr. Homor CLEAR RUN. dollar each from tho business and Nanco dined at tho home of Mr. Lowls General Hoover, who has been in professional men ot the town will se- Easterday Sunday. Mr. Albert Rlggs, of, Ceralvo, visOhioTfor soni time, came homo Mon- cure tho planting of every needed day to bo with his father, Clifton shado troe for the public &b.unro nnd ited his mother, Mrs. Mary Rlggs, a the business streets, and protect tho foW days last week. Hoover, for a few dayB. I several other planted trees with Iron frames. Clinton Park, and men of this country will take their will give my dollar tor a starter, and MASTEJt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. If somebody will canvass the town I togs to Livermoro this week. Mr. and "Mrs. Emmett Park enter- am sure tho needed cost of planting' tained a few of their friends Sat- the trees will bo oversubscribed. At J. B. Wade, Plaintiff. Vs; Notico of Sale. urday evening. The following wero tho risk ot being laughed at I am Rough River Lumber Company, present: Mrs. Viola Trogdon, Mrs. going to appoint County Agent Defendant. John B. Wilson, Wilbur Fanhyo Murry and Mrs. Edna Park; Pursuant to a judgment and order and Lyman Barrett a com- ot snio entered In the above styled Hor-bo- rt Tlnsloy C. Messrs. W. Trogdon, November, 1920, term Park, Clyde Park, Jesso Taylor, mittee to take charge ot this work action at tho styled court, directing ot thp above Hanloy, Everett Kesslnger, Ma- and seo Uiat It is done. The need Is mo as commissioner of tho said court Jim rlon Park, Tom Murry, and little Wal- so plain, the cost so trifling and the to sell tho hereinafter described propter and Henry Trogdon and Listis benefit so great that I can notbo-- 1 erty for tho purpose of paying tho ltovo theso men will not undertake to judgment of tho plaintiff, J. B. Wado, Hoover. against tho defendant, Rough River Shelby Trogdon, of this placo accomplish it. It has been my privi- Lumber Company, in the sum of Mr. lege to visit more than eighty court-lie-s $2000.00, with interest thereon at tho and Miss Ethel Hoover, of Barnctts' of tho state, and I regrot to have rate ot 6 per cent pdr annum from Creek, were married in Hartford Frito say that Hartford ranks almost at the 30th day ot March 1920 until a, day, ,at the home of Rev, R. E. paid, I will otter for sale to tho who performed the marrlago the footof the (1st ot towns in these highest and best bidder, at public matter of sttadctrces outcry, at the court bouso door itr counties in tho ceremony. C. W. Trogdon nnd son, Walter, on Its business thoroughfares. It Harttord, Ky., on Monday the 7th day of March, 1921, It being tho first duy and Earl Thomasson went to Owens-bor- o must not bo always so. of tho regular March term Qf tho Wednesday. Ohio Circuit Court, at about tho hour ot 12:30 o'clock P, Mupon a credit Tom Murry has been on the sick SEXATE APPROVES NEW SUGAR DUTV of six and twelve months, tho followlist, but is better at this writing. ing described real estate, lying and Mr. Emmett Park made a business on tho being Washington, Fob. 15. The Senate waters In Ohio Cpunty, Ky., bounded trip to Owonsboro Monday. of Rough River and adopted the Smoot amend as follows: late today Emergency "Beginning at a stake or stone in ment to the Fordnoy MISTAKES WIFE FOR thq of Jesse Warden RIVAL; SHOOTS HER Tariff blll.provldlng tor an import du N. linoE. 89 rods and 8land; thonco links to a ty on sugar of approximately 1 cent stake on tho sldoof n drain; thence to the present S. 88 Ew 182 rodsnnd 20 links to a Henderson, Ky., Fob. 12. When a pound in addition stake or stone; thence S. 1 W. 88 Banks Tyler didn't show up by 2 a. tariff.- rods and GMlnks to a stako or stono m., his wife, Eliza Tyler, put on a on tho point ot a rldgo: thence N. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION man's hat and overcoat and went out 88 W. 9G rods and 17 links to a COAL COMPANY stone; thence N. 1 Vi E. 46 rods to OF HUNT to look for him. ' And when sho found him at the a stono; thenco N. 88 W. 26 rods Notico is hereby given that the to n stono; thence S. JH W. 46 rods homo of Anaio Rankin and knocked to a stone; tuonco N. 88 W. G9 on the door, she hit him with a brick Hunt Coal Company, a corporation, lods and 8 llnks to tho beginning, Is closing up its business and is discontaining 93 V acres." as ho tried to leave by tho back way. Tho purchaser will bo required to Tylor mistook his mascullnely-garbe- d solved by unanimous consent of all oxocuto bonds In equal Installments, vvlte far a rival seeking his the stock holders. due In six and Jwolvo month, bearing W. II. HUNT, President, life. her thru tho body. Interest at tho rato ot 6 per cent per By HARRY L. BRAMWED, annum from date until paid and to "My mistake,' he told the police. ' Secretary. havo tho force and etfoct ot a judgHis wife is not expected to recov- 34t4 ment. A Hen will alsq bo retained ' er. to further secure the payment ot said IIEFIilX. young Thoy havo six children, tho bonds. Given under my hands as Master est' 2 months old. Miss Hettle Chlnn visited her un- Commissioner of'tho Ohio Circuit 280-eg- g S. C. Whito Leghorns, do, Mr. nnd Mrs. Luthor Dooloy Sat CourtJ This tho 10th day ot February, . strain, Cockerels, $2.S0 and $4.00 urday and Sunday. ' Foster left Monday 1921. Miss Marllssa oach. Eggs ?1.G0 perkflftoon. OTTO 0. MARTIN. M O. A. B. AMOS. Cromwell. 'for Crescent City, Fla whore sho will R, E. Lee SImmerman, Attorney. 33t3 BEADS ODDLY STRUNG . Lr- - ' Fu-qu- ot .,;' vjr