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XXXIII TROOPS OF ALLIES HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, zone Is at Mayenco, another soventy-flv- o had learned tho most Important lesCIRCUIT COURT IS SPANISH PREMIER , miles south. son in life, how to feed a hungry U. S. TO RETAIN )ib all thrco cities aro on the Rhino brute. IS ASSASSINATED MAKING PROGRESS , Those present were Coach Boy H. MOVE INTO GERMANY tho proposed occupation docs not InARMY ON RHINE . volve marching inland beyond tho Foreman, Captain Virgil Crowe, Blan-to- n f Rhino, excopt in tho Immedlato viciniEllis, Raymond Robertson, ty of tho occupied cities, Douglas Williams, Earl Bartlett, Agreed On Policy At Pruitloss Conference Signal (criiinn Burden Levi Than British, Enemy Of Working Class, Much Business Being Dis- Junior Shultz and Arnold Likens. And Reforms Fired posed of; Grand Ju-- . Meeting Of New For Occupation Of Is Clulm. LUCRETIA MARY STEVENS London( larch 7. Premier Lloyd Upon By Many. C ry Busy. Deutchlahd Cabinet. Qoorge, In his speech announcing that Mrs. Lucrctla Mary Stevens, widow actho Gorman proposals were not -- J' of V. D. D. Stevens, died at her home ceptable, said: Madrid, March 8. Premier Dato The Ohio Circuit Court convened 7. Belgian heavy Washington, Brussols, March Various-aspectMarch 8. north of llartfprd, Sunday night at "Wo all deeply deplore having to was assassinated this ovenlng while In regular March session Monday, of the nation's foreign relanrtlllory lias arrived on ttio Rhino. conio to this decision In tho Interest returning from tho Chamber in a wlthiludgo R. W. Slack on the bench, 11:30, tho direct cause of her d,eath Tho cabinet mot this morning and of tho pcaco of the world, and, despite being pneumonia, although sho had tions as well as problems of administho mlnlstor of defense was Instruc- tho fact that our action Is liable to a motor car. He was attacked by sew C. E.. Smith, Commonwealth's Attor- - boon an Invalid during the larger trative organization wore considered oral also In ted to proceed to Lbndon to confer good deal of misapprehension in our shots.persons, who fired a number of ncy,r was Attorney attendance, as were portion of tho past forty years. She by President Harding and his denart-County A. D. Kirk and was with tho other allies. Ho was due. own countries, wo haVe mndo an efborn July 16, 1838, being well ment heads today at tho first cabinet The" actual assassin of tho premier Clerk A. C. Porter. moetingof tho new ndmlnlstraifon. to reach London, this evening. advanoed in tho 83rd year of life. understanding, was a man on a motorcycle, who fled. fort to secure a better Tho Court has been making good Afterward definite announcoment It Is expected that tho Belgian and It Is not for lack of effort and disFuneral services wero conducted Tho chauffeur of tho automobllo In progress and much business is be trops will move Into Germany tomor- cussion that I havo now to announco at tho home, by Rev. T. T. Frazier, as made at tho War Department that which Premier Dato was riding also ing disposed of. Following aro somo row. and burial of tho remains took place In formulating its policy toward tho on behalf of tho this falluro to of the cases and action had thereon: at Alexandra In ' Cologne, March 7. The advance conio to anything allies an approximate, was killed. the lato afternoon of Rhine situation this government is Uko Eduardo Dato was recognized as Acmle-JonCo. vs. W. E" .Ellis & Monday. headquarters of tho allied armies' has understanding with Germany." The deceased lady was a not now considering a withdrawal of one of the most conservative of tho Bro., continued by agreement; N. P. been established hero. It la underdaughter of Mr. Charles Bennett, tho Amorlcan troops of occupation. It Explaining why tho latest proposals stood tho allied cavalry will movo ai of Dr. Simons wcra lnadequato, Mr. Conservatives in Spain. Ho became Dennis vs. W. H. Maddox, continued having united hi marriage with V. D. was learned nt the samo tlmo-thn- t as. leader of the on Plaintiff's motion; C. W. Reynolds clawn tomorrow. another step toward Lloyd Georgo said It was osscntial In party, strongest political group vs. Vv B. Curray, dismissed, settled; D. Stevens, March 17, 1857, who amity the President Is the London, March 7. Tho negotia- tho interest of tho pcaco of the world preparing to preceded her in death several tions over tho Gormen Indemnity that there should bo a definite) sottlo-mo- nt In both tho Senatoand the House of J. T. Vinson & Son vs. I. C. R. R. years' ago. She united with the M. ask that the Senate ratify at once tho Representatives, after tho disappear Co., continued; Cal P. Keown vs. were broken today; action comes toE. Church in tho year 1856 and re- long pending treaty with Colombia. of outstanding questions be ance of Canovas. Never n friend of John Meadows etc., verdict for plain- mained a consistent member morrow with tho march of French, tween tho allies and Germany. thereof --Developments In regard to tho the working classes and opposed to tiff; L. R. Coodall vs. L. & N. R. R. to Panama-Cost- a Rica hostilities were British and Belgian forces into Gerthe end. Tho prima minister spoko about tho many and tho occupation of a largo enormous snermces it woum ue npces all reforms, Dato acquired the height Co., judgment for Plaintiff in the Mrs. Stevens is survived by one son, less definite, but it is understood tho refutation for sternness in Au- sum of! $150; Rough River Lumbajj cabinet took cognizance of that'sltua .section of her richest manufacturing sary for Gormany to make in order of his gust, 1917, when ho suppressed with Co. vsXL. & N. R. R. Cd, Judgment A. L. Stevens, of East Hartford, one tlon and troops country, Even now tho allied canvassed latest official re- kbrother and one sister; Rev. R. D. to pay tho annuities of tho first flvo the utmost energy tho workers' movein thesum of $150.00 for Plaintiff; aro on tho move, for a lato Berlin dis- years, and added: "If Upper Silesia Is Bennett and Miss Amanda 'Bennett, "Ports on the subject. Tho next step set forward to 9th day, S. D. Williams of Hartford. awaits receipt of a reply from Panama patch says that French troops who, torn entlrqly from tho Bldo of Oen ment. Senor Dato had held the seat in, vs. Perry Render. John Meadows vs. to tho American note dispatched will occupy Dussoldorf has advanced many, the latter will have' a popula Parliament for Victoria, capital of the A. I. Nail and Cal P. Keown vs. A. I. to within six mllos of that city. LYCEUM LECTURE. tion Which will bo ten millions in ex province of Alva, ever slnco his Nail. In the realm of domestic questions Tho allied ultlmatum'was foreclos cess of Great Britain, including Ire PaYllament. On several ocCommonwealth of Ky. vs. L. & Jt. Trtnmon TlfltrtTii ....,.. . ed apparently with reluctance by tho land. This year wo havo a million -. lnttiiaa major attention was directed toward! British prime minister. Tho French unemployed as a direct result of tho casions ho was speaker of the House. Ri.R. Co., on falluro to malnta'n who will be-- heard hero on the Ly- perfection of the cabinet organlzatlorr holding portfolios In various proper waiting room at Centertown, do not appear regretful whllo tho war, but wo havo to find for paying Besides ceum course March 17, evening, lec- as a smoothly worklng,machlne. Mr. Genhhns left. Lancaster house, whoro our debt charges and pensions and cabinets, ho was tho prime minister defendant demurred to Indictment, tures two hundred nights a year, Harding is understood to have, mado times. Altho apparent- which was sustained and appeal was among tho departments the conferences have been hold, plain disability allowances, flvo hundred a number oftemperment writes editorials for his dally newsDato posses- granted! the Commonwealth; S. A. paper, ly depressed, to take their train forJ,,,,,,,,,,, aterilnK, if Germany carries ly of gentle tho Marlon, Ohio, Tribune, the keynote of his preliminary insed a will of iron and never discuss- Moseley vs. J. P. Southard, verdict telling-thehomo tomorrow out this year tho Paris proposals she anyofie oncoJie had for plaintiff; Commonwealth vs. Jeff takes care of a pile of correspondence, structions to his secretaries, Two long sittings of tho conference will have to find one hundred and ed a subject with he wanted no hesitation and no is ono of the board of directors of made up his mind on it. Whlttaker, et al. dismissed as to the Chautauqua of his home city, Is, Jealousy about whatever changes ot threshed out the final Weak beforo twenty millions storl'ng Whltaker and Judgment against Fred a member of tho Marlon Club of Bu- jurisdiction might be decided on in Advanced Rapidly in Politics. Marshal Foch and Field Marshal Wil - k Qreat BrUan a,one ,iag to vDato was born in La Coruna August Tucker In tho sum of $200; Ida H. son wroio telegrams prueriiiB mu find, siness and Professional Men, and a the reorganization scheme now being: 12, 1858, and studied law. Ho pass- Barnard vs. Rockport Coal Co., and booster at large for his home town. formulated. commanders at the front to oxocuto "France, in addition to war charges All ten of tho department heads the orders already given to hern. Dr. and ponsion list, has to find twelve ed his final examinations at the age Adams'vs. Rockport Coal Co., consol- He recently resigned from tho board Stmons, the Gorman forclgTT secreta billion francs for repairing her devas of 19. When he entered politics 'ho idated and on trial at press'hour. of.directors of the Chamber ot Com- 'and Vice President Coolidge, invitThe following citizens are doing merce of Marlon on account of having ed in pursuance of a policy announcry presented an alternate plan where tated area. Germany, thereforo, will pushed rapidly to the front, becoming secretary of state for the Interior in Jury service: by Germany agreed to pay tho annul havo to find to bo away from home nearly all ed during the campaign, were presof what Franco Grand Jury. ent at the meeting. The session lastties for tho first five years demand has to find, and we aro told that tho 1891 anl minister of the same departyear. W. S. Brown, W. S. Gaines, S. L. ed in tho- - Paris plan, and also tho effort Germnny puts forth is a colos- ment in 1899. During his occupa Fletcher has worn out ono type- ed more than two hours and at its eouivalent of tho proposed 12 per sal sacrifice. It shows that Germany tion of the ministry of the interior King, J. B. York, Kit C. Byers, Jas. writer, and now has another which conclusion Attorney General Doughcent tax on exports, but clung to the has not yet realized tho essential he secured the passage of laws re I. Clark, Louis R. Goodall, Georgo he uses on the trains and in his room erty stayed behind for a short talk garding workmen's insurance and Crumes, J. P. McCoy, J. Harrison at the hotels from (morning until with the President. There also was conditions for tho retention of Up- facts 'of tho situation." Flener, J. P. Cheek, John D. John- night. He says that the only way to a brief individual conference between freodom Germans Mlsundcrsto6d, Dr. Simons tho hours of labor for women. per Silesia and world-wld- o In 1903 Dato became minister of son. W. S. Brown was appointed be happy Is to be busy. Mr. Harding and Secretary Hughes, of German trade. Contend. was nominat- Foreman. of the State Department, beforo the Necessity Is Deplored. London, March 7. Dr. Simons, in Justice, and In 1907 ho tiro House of ReprePetit Jury. other cabinet members arrived. CONSENTS delivering Judg- his reply to Lloyd George, regretted ed speaker of Mr. Lloyd Georgo, Wayne Richardson, Silas Gibson, W. O. KNOTT sentatives and also becamemayor of After the meeting all the secretaTO RUN FOR J. P. O. C. ment for tho allies, said they deeply that tho Gorman proposals had been Madrid. Dempsoy Kelley, Watt Stevens, Rufus ries declined to glvo an intimation oC " ho decision misconstrued. deplored tho necessity of Doweil, C. P. Keown, J. T. Shaver; R. Married In Early Youth. "For us, Just as for you," ho said, Friends of W.C.Knott, of Center-tow- n what had transpired around tho cabwhllo Dr. Simons clung to the last to B. Cadisadvantage, of a provisional Ho was first chosen premier in H. Johnson, L. A. Kimball, R. have prevailed upon him to of- inet table and the only announcetho contention that the Paris demands "the nary, Sam Rhoads, J. R. Cooper, Wilwore Imposslblp for Oormany to ful- settlomont Is beyond doubt. But wo 1913 and followed this with a second lie Harl, W. C. Wallace, V. L. Fulker-so- n, fer for the Republican nomination ment coming from the White Houso related to the time of future sessions. fill. Tho allies regarded the German havo taken refuge to such a provis- term in 1917. In 1918 ho held tho J. W. Coppage, James W. Farm- for J. P. O, C, in tho Centertown course as strategy for delay, and tho ional setlcment undor tho pressure of portfolio of secretary of state for er, S. H. Ellis, H. H. Westertiold, J. Magisterial district, now known as It was said that the cabinet would together again Friday and that is, under latest plan as ono whereby tho whole your ultimatum with definite pro foreign affairs. Dato 'was married Maxey, T. J. Brooks, Sam Crowo, tho second district, that there-aftmeetings would be held treaty would havo to bo reconsidered posals. Wo should havo preferred In his early youth and was tho fath- J. the late apportionment. at least once a week, probably oa evyears, when to put beforo you a plan of total ar- er of three children. While he was Georgo M. Johnson, L. A. Sandefur, Mr. Knott Is known by almost and debated after flvo G. R. Wooten, W. P, Thomas, C. W. Gormany might hold r moro favor-abl- o rangement, a plan Uko that which deputy ho acted as lawyer for several Stevens, C- - D. Taul and Peto Miller. ery voter wfthin the district, he Is Tuesdays. English and French railroad and min Tho War Department announceDr. Simons finally we originally started." position. full of energy, honest and especially "Tho German nation," Dr. Simons ing companies operating In Spain. For well equipped to serve bis dfstrlct ment concerning withdrawal of Amfor furtherytlmo In which to asked J. A. EDGE ANNOUNCES County ,ln the management erican troops from tho Rhine was .consult tho Gorman cabinet. This was sold, "has undertaken its obligation his work In this conn;ct!on ho amassFOR J. P. O. C. IN OTH and the of making reparation and it is ready ed a considerable fortune. made by Secretary Weeks, who would of its fiscal affairs. denied. Dato's sympathies thruout tho war not discuss tlio subject further than The French army will furnish the to fulfill the whole of this obligation In this issue may be found the anto say that withdrawal was not now DRIVEWAY AT COURTHOUSE bulk of tho forces for the now march to tho limits of possibility. We are were on the side "of the allies. For nouncement of J.. A. Edge, for the con- thereforo ready to enter into the sug- -l the United States he is said never to being considered. In reaching this into Germany. Great Britain's Republican nomination for J. P.'O. sf By order of the Fiscal Court, a decision in regard to its temporary in men will be only largo gestion of the president of this con havo had any lovo. He was a tribution sixth district, which was to thti tips of his fingers and C, from tho 'enough to show her solidarity with ference to furnish tho allies with part gravel and concrete' driveway has policy the administration is underformerly known as the Sulphur .tho allies, who wait with the deepest of tho moans which would bo requir refused to consider any irea of a Springs District, excepting therefrom been constructed from the street, on stood to have taken into account all the North side of, the courthouse to the elements of the present situation interest for any sign from Washing-- f ed for tho purposes of reparation by Spanish republic. Recently there had been consider Ralph precinct, which was added in the coal bin In the basement. This in Western, Germany, where allletf ton of tho Amorlcan government's at- laying asldo tho purchase prices of tho last apportionment. German goods delivered into tho al able agitation for the formation of a was a much needed improvement, as troops have advanced to enforce tho titude toward thmew enterprise. Mr. Edge has been a farmer and lied countries for tho reparation ac- coalition government in Spain to re It was""very difficult to get into tho terms of the Versailles treaty whlloi1: England Feala "Relieved. stock dealer, la a business man of place Dato's cabinet. load, and n ad the American forces remaine'd'tiehlBd The general feeling-in- . England ap- count Avldo experionce and competent to yard, with a heavy "I havo submitted and recommenddition, .tho lawn was much damaged on the lines" drlgtnally occupied-- ' b"y; pears to be one of .relief without enlook after the County's business as TAG-DASUCCESS by the entrance of, trucks and teams. them under the armistice agreomenU thusiasm. The prlmo minister ex- ed this proposal to my government, one of Us fiscal agents. Altho nothing definite has deve- lplained tho position in tho House of and can only say I regret thai thla Monday was tag-da- y In Hartford WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS MACK MARTIN OUTJ oped in other official quarters hero . which' there was no note of Jubila- proposal should have been discredit FOR MAGISTRATE to indicate the probable permanent tion. The majority of English news- ed In public opinion in Germany by and the man who failed to display WITH MRS. HOLBROOK policy ot tho new administration, it Is papers have taken tho lino that tho having been placed by you among tho tho llttlo red pasteboard during the In this Issue we nnnbunce the can- known that the situation now pr-e- ' Important point involved was sanctions to- - bo taken against Ger- late hours 6f tho day evidently had most Mrs. Rowan Holbrook was hostess that the allies should stand together, many. We agreo with the president secreted himself in ay hole. The to the Woman's Club last Saturday didacy of Mack Martin for the Repub- senfed 'along the German border Is' on, net- afternoon. while tho French press has freely of the contorence also In this, point good ladles who put tag-'daAt the conclusion of an lican nomination, for Justice of the receiving the close scrutiny of Mr. voiced its fears that Lloyd George that It would bo advlsablo as quickly ted the neat, little sum of $102.00, Interesting program, tea was served. Peace in what, was formerly the Sul- Harding, and his advisers. Jit genmight desert Franco. All recognized ns possible to get tho fixed sums de- quite a nice "pile" to have been gath- The Club meets tomorrow afternoon phur Springs District, but more re- erally Is expected thatsomeV moro that If M. Brian! returned to Paris termined and to havo also determin- ered in dimes, ten cents for each sale. with Mrs. S. O. Keown, at her homo cently designated as Magisterial dis- concrete expression ot this governtrict No. 6, composed of the pre- ment's attitude may be forthcoming-ibearing tho burdens of a concession ed the factors of tho varied payments The funds are to bo used In town Ini- - on Clay street. was In case of her economic recovory pproveiqent and tho cause Is a worthy the near future. " cincts of .Dundee, Magan, Olaton, m to Germany his premiership which Germany would have to make and a needy one. When the army appropriation bill BASKET BALL TEAM Narrows, Ralph and Sunnydale. doomed. IS GIVEN BANQUET toward reparations. Mr. Martin is a comparatively was under consideration Just before OWENSUORO WINS. young man, one of the County's fore- inauguration, Republican leaders Jn 'We further agree with your Intenscene of the proposed allies ocTho The Domestic Science, class ot most teachers, a good business man Congress proceeded on the expectacupation In Gormany, which was sot tion to sot up an examination system Owensboro, Ky,, March 5. By de- Hartford High School gavo a ban- and compotent tor tho position. tion that the American troops would at daybreak Tuesday, is of tho fixed and varied payments to to commence be out of Europe boforo the first of on Jhe river Rhino in 'the heart of the different countries. These; points, feating Henderson tonight 21 to 15 quet Monday ovonlng at six o'clock July. Tho bill with its curtailed budMARRIAGE LICENSES. groat industrial region of tho J In our opinion, should bo determined Owensboro won the championship In In tho school auditorium In honor ot tho get tor the army of occupation failed Ruhr Valley wth Esson, tho city ofion by a Joint commlttoe of oxpertB as, tho sectional basketball tournament, Coach Foreman and his gang. Tho j soon as posslblo, and I can only state and wlllttako part In tho State tourna class, under the supervision of its Verna Grant, age 21, Olaton, to ot final onactment and must bo taken. , munitions, its. center. stoel And ' up again at tho special session. toachervMls8 Mary E. Marks, gavo Prudlo Pato, ago 22, Narrows. Tho threo cities annouucod for oc-- p it Is a pity that when theso exports ment at Lexington next Friday. won three straight games. it as a token ot appreciation for tho Also wrapped up In the Rhino sitcunatlo'n aro Duessoldorf, Dulsburg,.meet tho atmosphoro will bo emblt- John Her ago 21,Beaver Dam R. 3, awl Ruhrort, lylngN along the Rhino, itered by tho sanction which are to boJ Henderson won two put of thrco play-o- splendid record which tho hoys had to Wlona Ann Taylor ago 19, Beaver-Da- uation is tho question of passing a. congressional resolution to declare a Toamspartlclpatlng in tho tour- made. .Coach Foreman fii his reRouto 3. commercial ports Into which flow" tho put into fore against us. Oryll Rains, ago 36, Rentrow, to state of peace with Gormany and It "I feel obliged nt this momoht, nament wore Owensboro High School, marks to his bays, pralsod the efforts vast traffic of tho Ruhr Iron region. Is bolloved tho administration w)H deThese cities adjoin tho British zono when tho sanctions aro dofinitoly go- Henderson, Princeton, West Louis- of the girls vory much and recom- Susio Johnson, age 36, McIIcnry. Robert Jackson, ago 22, Hansburg, termine its attitude on such a reso- - S of occupation at Cologne. The Am ing to bo put into forco against us, to ville, Llvermore, Slaughters, Whltes- mended that they chooso a girl from lution in the light ot full information, onter onco more with all duo empha- - vlllo, Earlington and Daviess County their rauks as a life partner Uccmlso Pa., to Myrtlo Griffith, age 17, erican zono Is at Coblenz, seventy-Ov- a i about present European conditions. from tho evidence beforo them they lufles farther south, and the French) sis a protest against your procedure" High SchoT First s es ' Llboral-ConsonfUI- Sat-urd- ay. ' .m, .- one-four- th one-nin- th ' , . bo-call- er M mon-archi- -- 1 X Y n ro d. m, , V- - plant ngoncy or fncllliy, nil in the vm ti'Tiim i nn imUfl iiif r i"ir i - il'im hit u sublimo sacrlflco for country and not ono penny of war profit shnll inuro to tho bonoflt of ptlvato individual, corporation or combination, but nil Vnmv nlrfltlon nf .V.mnn. aov l" normal HOW Into IbO 110- li fon8 chost of tho nntlon- - Thoro la WwshtnKlon, March 4. President kind nnd share them. Wo havo como something inherently wrong, someto n now icalizatlon of our place In "StlftnllnK Jn Ms Inaugural address to-iof our thing out of accord with tho Ideals said: "My countrymen, when ono tho world nnd h new appraisal unsolf-lshno- of representative domocracy, when nation by tho world. The sarveyj inn world about him after Is a ono portion of our citizenship turns of theso 'the crcnt tftoTm, noting the marks of thing proven, ourUnited States peaco Its ncllvlty to private gain amid dedovotlon to rlestriicilnn and yet rejoicing in tho fensive war while another is fighting, Tuju;cdness oftho things which wit- for ourselves nnd for tho world is sacrificing or dying for national pre THE UNIVERSAL CAR well established, our concern for prehstood Jt, 3f ho Is nn Amorlcan ho servation. atmosphoro served civilization has had its Impas Sfere&thcs tho clarified Unity of Spirit nnd Purpose. vwlth a strange mingling of regret sioned and heroic expression. Thoro "The Ford Coupe" Out of such universal service will jiaad now lope. We have seen world was no American failure to resist tho attempted reversion of civilization, como is. now unity of spirit and purvpacslon spond Its fury, but wo Here is one of the most useful of all closed cars. Specifically pose, a now confidence and consecrarepublic unshaken and thero will bo no failure today or our tion, which would make our d:fense so when not more than two or three are to be accommodated with ihoH on r civilization secure. Liberty Impregnablo, our triumph assured. - reliable car service. The Ford Coupe is a mighty cozy car, in tho law and Itcst On Popular Will. liberty within Then we should havo llttlo or no dis -- civilization The success of our popular Govare Inseparable and tho that it is absolutely water-tigh- t, at the same time with its sliding organization of our economic indusvboth vera threatened wo find them ernment rests wholly upon tho correct .ulate glass windows you can have an open car to all intents and interpretation of the deliberate, in- trial and commercial systems at home mow secure, and thero comes to purposes, in a couple of minutes. So it doesn't make any differprofound assurance that telligent, dependable popular will of ho staggering war debts', no swollen tho fortunes to flout tho sacrifices of our ence what the weather may be, rain or shine, summer or winter, in onr representative Government Is tho America. In deliberate questioning soldiers, no excuse for sedition, no the Ford Cotipe you have an enclosed car of comfort and service. surest guaran-it- y of a suggested change of national Saigacst expression and policy where Internatlonnllty was to pitiable slnckertsm, no outrages of ' both. What more do you want? treason. Envy and Jealousy would Standing In this presence, mindful supersede nationality, we turned to havo no soil for their menacing dehas proven particularly a valuable car for traveling sales--me- n, or Urn solemnity of this occasion, a referendum to tho American peo- velopment and revolution would bo physicians, engineers, architects, and others who have much afecllng tho emotions which no one ple There was ample discussions without the passion which engenders out-of-do.xnay 3now until ho senses tho great and thero Is a public mandate in it. work all the year around. We have never been able "weight of responsibility for himself, manifest understanding. to fully meet all demands for the Ford Coupe, but with the increasA regret for tho Mistakes of yesAmerica 13 ready to encourage, ?l must utter my belief In tho Divine terday must not, however, blind us ed producing capacities of the factoiy we are now able to make Inspiration of tho founding fathers. eager to Initiate, anxious to partici- to the tasks of today. War never reasonably prompt deliveries.. Yet we urge you to leave your orbeen God's pate In any seemly programme likely left such an aSuroly there must have aftermath. Thero has der with as little delay as possible our allotment is limited. "Jntent in tho making of this new to lessen the probability of war aiid been staggering loss of life and mea Ours Is an organic promoto that brotherhood of mankind sureless wastage of materials. Navworfil republic 2a.w which had but ono ambiguity, which must bo God's highest concep- tions are still groping for return to tion of human relationship. Because .nd wo saw that effaced in a baptism we cherish Ideals of juj'.Ice and peace stable ways. Discouraging indebtedoT sacrifico and blood, with union ness confronts us llko all the war-tor- n maintained, the nation supreme and because we appraise international nations, and theso obligations must BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY comity and helpful relationship no ts concord Inspiring. We have seen be provided for. No civilization can hopeful gaze on less highly than' any people of the Oho world rivet its world, we aspire to a high place in survive repudiation. :Uio sreat truths on which the f We can reduce tho abnormal ex"wronsht. We have seen civil, the moral leadership of civilization penditures and wo will. We can we hold a maintained America, joraan and religious liberty verified and strike at war taxation and we must. .sana glorified. In the beginning the the proven Republic, the unshaken .We must face tho grim necessity temple of representative democracy, tOId "World scoffed at our experiment, with full knowledge that tho task !cularjnr foundations of political and to be not only an Inspiration and ex Is to be solved and we must proceed highest agency of ample, but the jsociaJ hellef stand unshaken, a stat-ut- o Influence to exalt the social order. enterprise, genius aud efficiency to future strengthening good will and promot- with a full realization that no Inheritance to ourselves, an I have tnken tho solemn oath of enacted by man can repeal the We count upon her exercise of the carry our cargoes In American botexample of freedom and civl- - ing accord on both continents. inexorablo laws of nature. Our most full privileges and the performance toms to tho marts of tho world. 7n that passugo of Holy Writ beneMankind needs a world-wid- e ex- -' Let us XIxstGon to all mankind. An America of Homes. dangerous tendency Isto expect too of tho duties of citizenship to speed wheroin It is nskod, "What doth tho It is 3prKi renewed and strengthened de- - diction of understanding. Wo would nbt havo an' America Lord rsqulro of theo but to do Justly much of government and at the same the attainment of the highest state. rrotion. In grateful reverence for the needed among individuals, among time do for it too little. Prnjcr for Industrial Pence. living within herself nlono but we and to lovo mercy and walk humbly among Governments, and It JSmtaortal beginning, and utter our peoples,, I wish for an America no less alert would hrtVb her solfrellant, independWe contemplate the immediate with thy God." This I plight to 'Jconfitlenco In tho supreme fulflll- - will inaugurate an era of good feel task of putting our public household in guarding against dangers from ent and ever noblor, stronger and God and country, ing to mark the birth of a new order. ! rigid and yet within than it is watchful against richer. Uellovlng In our higher In such understanding men will strive in order. We need a Progress Proves "Wisdom. Why Colds Arc Dangerous. sano economy, qomblned with fiscal enemies from without.. Our funda- standards reared through constituconfidently for the promotion of their The recorded progress of our You nro often told to "bownre of a Justice, and it must be attended by mental law recognizes no class, no tional liberty and maintained oppormaterially and spiritually, In better relationships and nations will Individual prudence and thrift, which group, no section. There must be tunity, we Invito the world to the cold," but why? Wo will tell you. promote the comities so essential to IftseH proves the wisdom of the are so essential to this trying hour none in legislation or administration. samo heights. But pride In things Evory cold weakens the lungs, 1 in peace. policy of tho vitality and paves tho waylor The supreme Inspiration Is the com- wrought is no reflex of a completed and reassuring for the future. m World affairs. Confident of our Trade Ties Bind Closely. mon weal. Humanity hungers for task. Common welfare Is tho goal tho moro serious dlseasos. People Reflection of War's Ilcuctlon. ability to work out our own destiny We must understand that ties of The business world reflects the international peace and we crave it of our national endeavor. Wealth' Is who contract pneumonia first take sand jealously guarding our right to do trade bind nations In closest intima- disturbance of war's reaction. Here- with all mankind. My most reverent not inimical to welfare, It ought to bo cold. The longer a cold hangs on, W, ve seek no part in directing the cy and none may receive except as he in flows the lifeblood of material ex- prayer for America Is for industrial its friendliest ngoncy. tho greater tho dnngor, especially lcsllnles of the Old World. We do gives. We have not strengthened istence. The economic mechanism is peace, with Its rewards widely ahd from tho germ dlsoases, as a cold pre Thero never can bo equality of resiol mean to be entangled. We will ours in accordance with our resources intricate and its parts interdependent, generally distributed amid the in- wards or possessions so. long as tho pares tho system for tho receptlorfand accept no responsibility except as or our genius, notably on our own and has suffered the shocks and Jars spirations of equal opportunity. human plan contains varied talents development of tho grins of consumpx.i own conscience and judgment in continent, where a galaxy of repub- incident to abnormal demands, credit No one justly may deny the equa nnd differing degrocs of Industry and tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever nnd lics reflects the glory of new world inflations and price upheavals. Tho lity of opportunity which made us ach Instance may determine. whooping cough. Tho quicker you thrift, but ours ought to Oar eyes never will be blind to a democracy, but in the new order of normal balances have been impaired, vhat wo are. We havo mistaken un-- 1 f ree from great bjotchc3 bo a country i get rid of your cold, tho less the dan- of stressed J&e.veloping menace, our ears never finance and trade we mean to pro- the channels of distribution have been preparedness to embrace it, to be a ono of these dl- poverty, Wo ought to a way to.ger of deal to the call of civilization. We mote enlarged activities and seek clogged, the relations of labor and challenge of the reality; and due guard against tho perils find penalties du.u5U3. uuumoonains cougn uemo-d- y and rrecognlze the new order in the world, expanded confidence. una a great reputation as a euro management have been strained. We concern for making all citizens fit for Wo want nn .AmPerhaps wo can make no more must seek tho readjustment with caro participation will give added strength of unemployment. raiUi the closer contacts which prog-TES- 3 erica of homes, illumined with hopo for colds and can bo deponded upon. has wrought. We sense the call 'helpful contribution by example and courage. Our people must give of citizenship and magnify our nnd happiness, where mothers, freed It Is pleasant to tako, m af the human heart for fellowship, than prove a republic's capacity to and take. Prices must reflect the achievement. from tho necessity for long hours of Srabexnity and cooperation. Wo emerge from the wreckage of war receding fever of war activities? PerIf revolution Insists upon ovqr- - toil bevond their own dnor. mnv nrn. IN THE SPRING crave friendship and harbor no hate. While the world's embittered tra- haps we never shall know the old turning established order, let other slde aa bcflta tn0 of YOUR BLOOD But America, our America, the A- vail did not leave us devasted lands level of wage again, because war in- peoples make the tragic experiment. orlcan cltizenshlp. hearthstono tho Am. Wo want melia Luilded on the foundation laid nor desolated cities, left no gaping variably readjusts compensations, and NEEDS A TONIC is no place for it in America. dU5 of Amorlcan chndhood rockcd un JhyUio Inspired fathers, can bo a par- -i wounds, no breast with hate, it did the necessaries of life will show their When world war threatened clvillza- der condltlong B0 whoiesomo and so Jj-tno permanent military alliance. Involve us in the delirium of expendi- inseparable relationship, but we must ion wo pledged our resources and our 'hoDe.ul .. Winter Weakens Blood, Makes Fuces mnv ture, In expanded currency and cred- strive for normalcy to reach stability. lives to Its preservation, and whon,n ,t8 that no .Piilc. Take Glide's Pep- "It can enter into no political committments, nor assume any economic ob- its in unbalanced Industry, in un- All the penalties will not be light nor revolutions threatens wo unfurl tho provide deve,opmont and wo want t0 no selfish interest, no that ligations or subject our decisions to speakable waste and disturbed rela- evenly distributed. flag of law and order and renew our material necessity, no lack of opWhile It uncovered our - any other lhan our own authority, tionships. THE BEST KNOWN BLOOD TONIO Ours is a constitutionThere is no way of making them consecration. ortlon of hateful selfishness at home, so. There is no instant step from al freedom where tho' poaiar will is portunity shall prevent thq gaining n am sure our own people will not of that education so essential to best nor will the 'world it also revealedjhe heart of America disorder to order. We must face a the law supreme and minorities are Tcalsnzulerstand Drowsy Sprlng-Fcvc- r FcclhiR That citizenship. as sound and fearless and beating in condition of grim reality, charge off sacredly protected. misconstrue. We have no thought Comes from Sluggish Blood Our; revisions, There Is no short cut to the mak Jo impede the paths to closer relntion-isii- confidence unfailing. Will Soon Leave You. our losses and start afresh. It Is tho reformations and evolutions reflect ing of these ideals Into glad realiWe wish to promote under- - Amid it all we riveted the gaze of oldest lesson of civilization. As all growing things on earth I would a deliberate judgment and an orderly ties. Tho world has witnessed again standing. We want to do our part In all civilization to the unselfishness like Government to do all It can to progress, and we mean to cure our and again tho futility and shoot Into now life Springtime, so the mis- do tho billions of in TaiiMns offensive warfare so hateful and the righteousness of represen- mitigate them. In understanding, in ills, but never destroy or permit de cells that mako up chief of remedies for part of the body renow their riiai governments and" peoples who tative democracy, where our free mutuality of interest, in concern for struction by force. social and economic disorders. Dut each dom never has made offensive war the common good our tasks will be vigor. tcaDTt to It must prove the righteous I had rathor submit our indus- wo are mindful today as never As you open the windows, brcatho cess of their cause or stand as out- - fare, never has sought territorial ag- solved. trial controversies to tho conference of the friction of modern ingrandizement through force, never e, 2:itrs before the bar of civilization. a table in ndvanco than to a settlement dustrialism and wo must learn Its tho Spring air, and lot in tho No altered system will work has turned to the arbitrament of arms miracle. Association for Counsel. the Ted corpuscles In your Any wild experiment will tablo after conflict and suffering. The causes and reduce its evil conse- lood should carry until reason had been exhausted: only add to the confusion., Our best earth is thristing for tho cup of good quences "Wo nro ready to associate moro oxygen to the by sober and tested methtiny cells. with the nations of the world, When the Governments of earth shall assurance lies in efficient adminis- will. Understanding, is Its fountain ods. Whoro genius has made for The red corpuscles nre tiny discrRTsat and small, for conference, for have established a freedom like our tration of our own system. of source. I would like to acclaim great possibilities, justice and hap- shaped counsel, to seek tho expressed views own and shall have sanctioned the good feeling amid dependa- piness must .n area of particles, swimming in enorFrom Destruction to Production be reflected In a greater -- rfrtfvrrrfrt opinion, to recommend a way pursuit of peace as we have practicmous numbors In the blood. Thoy Tho forward course of the business ble prosperity and all the blessings common welfare. ed it, I believe the last sorrow and the cycle is. carry oxygen to cells in all parts of fan approximate disarmament and unmistakable. Peoples are which attend. Service, Supreme Commitment tho crushing burdens of millta-ran- a final sacrifice of International war- turning from destruction fov produc body, nnd thoy carry away worn-oProtection of Industries, Service is tho supreme commitment the naval establishments. We elect fare will have been written. waste matter. Sometimes, ES tion. Industry has sensed tho chang It has been proved again and again of life. I would rejoice to acclaim to participate In suggesting plans for Our Supreme Task. ed order and our own people are that we cannot, while throwing our the era of tho Golden Rule and crown PECIALLY IN THE SPRING, aftor meditation, conciliation and nrbitra-JUo- n, the winter indoors and moro or less Our supremo task is the resump turning to resume their normal on markets open to tho world, maintain it with tho autocracy of service. I sickness, tho rod corpusclos themand would gladly Join in that ex- -, tion of our onward 'normal way. Re ward way. The call Is for productive American standards of living and op- pledge an administration wherein all selves TP?asscd conscience of progress which construction, readjustment, restora America to go on. need rebuilding. Gudo's Pepto-MangI know that Con-gro- portunity and hold our industrial emtho agencies of government nro callseVB to clarify and write laws'of tion all these must follow. I would contains Just tho Ingredients fa- inence in such unequal competition. nnd the Administration will ed to service and ever promote an unto glvo them grcator power to absorb relationship and establish like to have them. If it will lighten vor every wise Government policy to There Is a luring fallacy In theory of derstanding of governmont purely as oxygen world court for tho disposition of the spirit and add to the resolution aid tho resumption and encourage banished barriers of trade, but and to dUtrlbuto it thruout an expression of tho popular will. jnstlclablo qstlons as nations with which wo take up tho task, lot continued progress. tho body. ewth American standards require One are agreed to tubinit thereto. In mo repeat for our nation, we shall We speak for administrative effi- our higher production costs to bo re- and be cannot stand In this presence That is why It is such a good Spring unmindful of tho tremendous expressing' aspirations, In seeking glvo no people Just oauso to mako ciency for lightened tax burdens, flected In our tariffs on imports. Totonic. It holps so much to bring responsibility. The world upheaval practical plans, in translating human- - war upon us. Wo hold no national sound commercial practices, for ad- day as never beforo when peoples are .back color to cheeks mado palo and has added heavily to our tasks. But ' itys now concept of righteousness, prejudices, we ontortain no spirit of equate credit facilities, for sym- seeking trade, restoration and expan- with the realization comes the surgo won by tho necessary indoor winter ' ftamico and Its hatred of war Into revenge, wo do not hate, wo do not pathetic concern for all agricultural sion, we must adjust our tariffs to of high resolvo, and thero Is reassur- life. It adils to tho number of red anwBmmondcd action we are ready covet, we dream of no couquest, nor problems, for the ommlssion of un- the now order, Wo soolc our parti- ance In corpusclos. With "fine Spring days n belief In tho destin and Gudo's tstett "hoartlly to unlto, but ovory com- -' boast of armed prowess. you gain In necessary interference of Government cipation in the world's exchanges, be ny of our ropubllc. If I felt If, despite this attitude, war 1b with business, for an end to Govern- cause therein lies our way to widen Is to be sole responsibilitythat thoro vigor nnd aTtnln good health,. mhiusnt must bo mado In tho exor-- j In tho . else o7 nr national sovereignty. again forced upqn us, I earnestly ment's experiment in business and ed Influence and tho triumphs of go around" drowsy Don't this Executive for tho America of tomor- Troodom Impelled and tnde- - hopo n way may bo found which will for moro oftlcient business In Gov peace. We know full well wo cannot Spring. Take that good.tonlc, Qudo's Slnoe row I should shrink from tho burden. nationality unify our individual and collec lvo ernment administration, With all of soil whoro we do not buy nnd wo But here jpendonco lnsplrod and You can got It in aie u hundred millions, with u world is strongth and consecrate all America, this must attend a mIndfulnes9-o- t xalted, tho cannot sell successfully where wo do common concern and shared respon- tablet form or In liquid form at your ifcantrary to ovorything we cherish materially nnd spiritually, body and human sldo of all activities so that not carry. sibility, answerable to Ood and coun- prugglst's. Doth forms havo tho samo iWinllagan havo no senctlon by our P.o- - soul to national defense. I can vi- - social, industrial nnd economic" Opportunity calling not alono for try. Tho republic summons thorn to medicinal value. Insist upon genulno n. This Is not-se- lf Gudo's lBhues, It Is slon the Ideal ropubllc, where every tlco will be Bquared with tho pur- - tho restoration, but for a new era their duty and I Advertiseinvito ment. jeasctity, it is not aioomess, u is man ana woman is called under the'I poses of a righteous people. In production, transportation and I nccept my part with single-minde- d jcuri'ty. It is not bUHploIon of others flag for assignment to duty, for what With the natlon-wld- o induction of trade. Wo shall answer it bost by purposes and humility of spirit 1tyis!patrlQtIc ndhorohce.to tho things over service, military or civic, the womanhood Into our political llfo meeting the demand of a surpass- nnd linploro tho favor and guidance Individual Is best fitted, where we wo may count upon her IntuitionSj her ing homo market, by promoting whlclv made us what we nre. of God in His hoaven. With theso I ' FOR FLETCHER'S Caday, better than over before, wo may call to universal service every refinement, her lntelllgonCQ'.and hor In production and by bidding, am unafraid and confidently fa-- o tho y "'. ..'ding's Inaugural Address ay ' TTfSl nfl ss , Am-Brlca- ns It or BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY pre-xdo- ns of-Jl- co w-- ers cntt"& era-The- re o blht ,.. p. bo-fo- re sin-shin- our-stJr- es ut ss a -- pro-serv- ed I Ood-glve- Peplo-Manga- Popto-Manga- n. super-governme- nt Popto-Manga- soil-rellan- OhilcLren Ory CASTORt J nn oxocntivo charged with socurjng obodlcnco to tho law, all holding their traditional pluck of tho navy. Dut in offlco not by reason of somo suporlor FORMER CUSTOMS tho futuro with out great Intorcsts force, but through tho 'duly determ To Cnpilol, ined conscience of their countrymen wo can not afford again to truat to Accompanies Hunting Signs Homo Hills; dors luck. Luck might desert us If wo "To tho House, closo to tho heart To New Homo. fall to take proper precautions. of tho nntlon, renewing itu wholo 'svZaBBsHHIIssHHsssssHHsMMBHsMBMsHli& Goes Before Senate To Sub- "I can think of no groater calamity membership by frequont elections, f.-Washington, March 4. Yielding representing directly the people, rethat could bofcll tho world than war mit List of Cabinet entreaties of his fam flecting their common purpose, has with Great Drltnin. It Is tho last to Appointment. thing that wo dcslro or contemplato. ily and physician, President Wilson, been granted n full measure of tho Tho construction of a groat navy does took no part In tho liinugural cere- power oNeglslatlon and exclusive au not moan that wo chorlsli hostility monies today other than to accom- thority to originate taxation. To tho Washington, March 4. Brenklng toward any nntlon on Harding from Senate, renewing Its membership by earth. It means pany President-elec- t Tbo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which a precedent which has stood since tho thnt wo-arhas roidy to dofend ouraelves tho White House to tho Capitol. degrees, representing In part tho sovla use for over over 30 years, has borno the slgnatu.. days of Washington and Jefferson, and to render efficient aid to allies Tho outgoing Prosldent witnessed ereign States, hns been granted not and has been made under hfe pc.. President Harding appeared today at It the necessity should arlm " neither tho ceremonies In tho Senate only a full measuro of tho power of nn executlvo session of tho. Senate to Tho reported purpose of tho dinner chamber which attended tho Inaugu- legislation, but if possible, far nioro present nominations of his Cnblnot given by th? Navy League was to ration of Vice President-elec- t Cool-Idg- o AM Counterfeits, important functions. To it Is inmirations and " l officers". ' Within less than ten minarc nor tbo ceremonies on tho plaza trusted tho duty of review, that to colobrato tho exit from offlco of Sec- Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health o utes after ho had finished his address rotary Daniels, with whom tho lcaguo outstdo tho Capitol, where tho Incom negotiation Infants and Children Experience against Experiments thero maybe added ratiof flvo minutes, tho Scnnto had con- has conducted a feud-fo- r tho post flvo ing President took tho oath. fication and to appointment approval, firmed all ten nominations. Immediately after signing years. somo llut Its greatest function of all, too I Senator Fall of Now Moxlco, named Among tho guests wero Assistant bills In tho President's room Mr. Wil- little mentioned and too little under Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parecorf'- " for Secretary of tho Interior, was first Socretary Theodoro Roosovelt and a son returned to hfs motor car and stood, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. whether exercised In legislatIt contains. on the list to bo confirmed. Ho was number of s nators and representa- drove back, to his new homo on S. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substances ing or reviewing, Is tho preservation glvon prcccdonco becnuso of his Scn- tives. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years Streot. of liberty. Not merely tho rights it has: ' nto membership. other1 appointTho tocenin constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,,. Walking feebly with tho aid of a of the majority, they llttlo need proments were taken up In turn. Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness aifclnin: cane, tho outgoing President had per- tection, but the rights of tho minoriCatarrhal Deafness Tho President submitted no other br local application!, Cannot Be Cured sisted In carrying out so much of his ty, therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach n.nd Bowels aldsi they cannot reach may from whatever source they th ear. There nominations besides his Cabinet of- tlia dlssastd portioncur of catarrhal deafness,la part of tho programme as called for bo assailed. Tho great object only ono way to for us and that It by a constitutional rsmsdjr. him Jo accompany his successor In ficers and in presenting thoso to tho Catarrhal Deafness to scok horc, for, tho Constitution li caused by an ECnato said he desired to "mblntnln condition of tha mucoui linlnr of tho abbreviated Inaugural procession Identifies tho Vice Presidency with tha Eustachian Tuba. Whan thla la cluso and nmlcablo relations" with Inflamed you have a rumbtlnr sound tuba im. from tbo Executlvo ManBion to the nr I perfect the Senate, is to continue to mako hearlnc. nd when It la entirely Capitol. tho legislative body during his Ad- . closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the When he doparted from the this chamber, as It was intended by Inflammation can be reduced and ministration and had thorcfore pre- I restored to Its normal condition, thla tub Whlto Houso it was necessary for tho fathers, tho citadel of liberty. An Bears the Signature of hearlnc will be destroyed forever. Many cases of sented tho nominations In persons. deafness are caused by catarrh, which la secret service men to place his feet enormous power Is hero conferred, an Inflamed condition of the mucous Mr. Hnrdlng submitted tho nomion each succeeding step as he de capable of much good or ill, open It Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru nations ora44y, reading tho names ono th blood on the mucous surfacca of the scended, and It was apparent to all may be to abuse, but necessary, ayetem, by ono from tho list ho hold in his We will five One Hundred Collars for that It was next t6 impossible for him wholly and absolutely necessary, to any case hand. Thoy wcro referred Imme- be cured of Catarrhal Deafness thst cannot to take part In the ceremonies at.Jhe sccuro the required result. by Hall's Catarrh Medicine, CirTSc. diately to committees which had been cular free. 3. All Druiitlits. CO., Toledo, Capitol. F. "Whatover Its faults, whatever Its CHENET O. polled In ndvanco and as tho names Mr. Wllson'had been warned that human imperfections, --- there Is no wero read tho chairman of oach Inho would do so at the risk of losing legislative body In all history that WILL MADE IN lliO.I all tho gains ho had made toward has used its power with more wisdom terested commlttco nroso and gave the PREDICTED DIG WAK unanimous and favornblo report of Kind You Have Always health If not Indeed his life. Per- and discretion, more uniformly for the committoo for confirmation. sistent at first, he yielded at last and the execution of the public will, or THK OeHTAUB COMPANY, NEW VOWK CITV, C. Paris, March How an Alsatian quit the Capitol boforo tho Inaugural more In harmony with the spirit of Tho Cabinet officers as confirmed faithful to Franco, predicted the war wero: the authority of tho people which has botweon Germany and Franco In 1903 ceremonies actually had begun. Sccrotary of State Charles Evans its Mr. Wilson departed from the Capi- created. It, than the United States revealed lu a clause of his will Just Hughes, of Now York. tol about 12 o'clock, when the cere- Senate. I take up tho duties the peomado public. Secretary of Treasury Andrew W. In tho Senato chamber were ple have assigned me under the After tho war of 1870 In which ho monies I ""' Mellon, of Pennsylvania which we can neither enparticipated ns a soldier of Franco, about to begin. Socretary of War John W. Weeks M. Mctzgor Both houses of Congress at that large nor diminish, of presiding over left Strassbourg and camo of Massachusetts. to live at Saint Germain, near Paris. moment were marking tlmo waiting this Senate, agreeably to Its rules and Secretary of tho Navy Edwin Don-b- y Ho died for the Incoming Vice President to regulations, deeply conscious that it there In 1903 and In his will tako tho oath. of Michigan. will continue to function in harmony ho loft nil his property to tho town Secretary of tho Interior Albort of Saint Germain on President Wilson did not make with its high tradition as a great de condition that i known until after he arrived at the liberative body, without passion and II. Fall of Now Mexico. , they fulfill ono wish expressed In Capitol that ho would not attend tho without fear, unmoved by clamor, but WhitC-HairSecretary of Agriculture -- Henry his will. This was toho Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen MedTdces the effect that Wallace of Iowa. a now war between the two neigh inauguration of President Harding most sensitive to the right, the Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugand Secretary of Commerce Herbert boring countries would shortly tnko and Vice President Coolldge. After strong-hol- d of government according Hoover df California. place, aud that ho wanted to rccom- - ho reached his room at tle. Capitol, to law, that the vision of past generaCame and Stayed. requested that tho President-eleHarry M... pense tho Attorney General tions may bo more and more the reavalor of France's noilus ho President-elec- t Daughorty of Ohio, be Invited to lity of generations yet to come." whom ho felt "sure would liberate and Vice sen him. He told them that because. Postmaster Genoral A in H.iays hJs naUv(j homeland Dullon, Ala. In recommending Thed- feeling after meals. Sourstonssc&an&r Accordlngly steps leading Into the Chamber ' For hoarseness, f of Indiana. inflamed lungs or or Saint Ger of the ht yhp requested tho town to her friends and sick headache can be relieved. b$r 13t ford's he did not think he could attend the Irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore-houSocretary of Labor- - -- James J. Da- -, main to pick out the flvqjnost valort.' It aids digesftn, ater. neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well- ceremonies there. Pennsylvania. vis of Syrup Is a healing balm. It ous soldiers of Franco and grant them nlAl1M ...111 l.n " Tl..,. "Goodby, Mr. President. I know does Its, work quickly and thoroughly. knownJacksonCounty lady, said: "I am ssists the-- liver in throwing op aspsra-tie- s. "u a..i.n I, t' r an Income of 800 francs per year, """, "'" morrow at tho several departments fQp wWch h(j had ma((j prov,glon ,n you nro glad to bo relieved of your Price 25c, 50c and ?1.00 per bottle. 1 am glad to recommend Bas& , burdon'nnd worries. I want to tell Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m getting up in years; my head is prelty ovor which thoy are to preside. wjjj you bow much I have appreciated tho Draught, and do, lo my . The Chief Executlvo was escorted I havescen medicines and remewhite. .Mk Qf Ind these flvo Blt LODGE f courtesies extended to me." intp tho Senate chamber by Senators soldorg ,g Mt nn cagy one.an(J dies come and go but the old reliable AS FLOOR LEADER The President ihon left- - his roam, Lodge and Underwood, tho Itepub- - munlcIpalIty of Salnt Gormaln flrs't. ht Thedford's IS a! came and stayed. I am talking of accompanied by TiItb. Wilson, Rear llcan and Democratic leaders. Ly (lcc,de(1 t(J consult-thmlnstor of March 5. Sfliiator Washington. - After confirming tho Cabinet, he war Admiral Grayson, his personal physia liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a rmmA aak ,im tQ k oun,vo mJm uuu.B u.- - dIora (they- - wore tQ bQ prlvatC3 0P cian, and Joseph P. Tumulty, .his Lodge, of Massachusetts, floor lender for years benaio. sua uoiunu one that can be depended up- over seventy years f successful a& officers . jie jmsseu mo programme iur u.o corno,., who had receive.i a mQ. secretary. Ho went to the ground and other Itapubllcan were, re-- o ''id on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs sssat&fsft floor in an elovator and then walked Sonato organisation, sosslon. Soveral Senators objected to u.u, ....... Ml nf w0Ua w. Unnnp "Black-Draug- ht suggestions for taking up tho Colom- during tho ....0 for conspicuous awawaf about 300 yards to the exit at the cast today without opposition. will relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of irapsEgcs. bravwar Senator Lodge Besides was ery. Tho answer came back entrance. He hesitated once during bian treaty, but no decision and with Insist upoa ITuf? tl u3 1.1l..n.l i Ua. lA as floor leader, the Senate Republi- and constipation if taken right, and I know Try the walk. roacneu. ii "'"tit tho names of somo 2,000 soldiers Tho President first explained to cans again chose Senator CiTramins of for I tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. d- - . President would not ask for cons rIghtfuy enMt',cd to M Metxsop.B eratlan or tho treaty until me regular pension. When tho flvo aro chosen Senator Knox, chairman of the Joint Iowa, for President pro tempore of war found for i At all druggists. &. uncomfortable c. Congressional Inaugural Committee, the Senate, and Senator Curtis, of session in April. President Millerand will hand theml adjourned until tho 800 frnncs as tho first yearly that he would bo unabld to go Into Kansas, for vice chairman or assistTho Senato then ant leader. tomorrow. pension and glvo them tho necessary tho Senate chamber. 'Ho said: portions of tho park. and Caltoy. The postal inspwiceE. Commltteo assignments wore loft inaccessible "Senator, the Senato has thrown documents that they might collect a on committees Open falls In the pas(, however, have say Lamey wroteto Mrs. Riddle una mo down, but I am not going to fall to the usual committee Hns Hud Stomach Trouble For Seven llko amount every year. to" kill her and Mao c."5tr-unle- ss which Senator Lodge was authorized not caused tho elk to abandon their threatened down." Years. m $10,000 was placed at a dewith the steer- usual customs or habits. of Fenmoro, Senator Knox smiled and thanked to appoint, together Theodoro Sanford, Whether, tho actual numbers now signated spot. He got na mensr- FIRST PRESIDENT tho President for his courtesy In com- ing committee. Mich., has had Btomach trouble for band The letter was' sent, tha autfcarS-tl-es OF HAPTIST FAITH ing to the Yellowstone personnel all Sen- comprising In number nnd tho Capitol and assured him seven years and could not eat vegesay, to the Riddle hornet at tSbacn havo been greatly lowered during the his absence from the Inaugural ato committees aro to be reduced untables orcirult without pain In the 3BWashington, March 4. Tho twenty-n- that ordered for this past year or not, say officials of the Riddle, a suburb ot PhlladoipfeEa. - . ceremonies would bo understood. Tho der new Senato rules stomach and restless nights. Dy tak- inth President Is tho first of Bap President then told Senator Knox he session. Preponderance ot Republi- United States Department ot Agri- was mailed from the ceutrnl ing Chamberlain's Tablets ho Is now tist faith. may cause tho loss culture, It is at least true that the flee early last week. A report Hwt had explained the situation to Mr. cans In the Sonato nblo to eat vegetables or fruit withMr. and Mrs. Harding have not yet Democrats, shrinkage of the Yellowstone herd Mr. Riddle also was threatened was. out causing pain or slooplessness. If made known which church thoy will Coolldge,- who had been very gracious of a few places, but tho act Hr' representation, will suf- during the past five years has been denied by the- authorities and JSasrar-Wa- r with reduced troubled with Indigestion or consti- attond, but It may be that tho First In excusing his presence. alarming. In 1914, the Yellowstone Riddle's office in the city. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, fer the most. No changes In Senate tution glvo these tablets a trial. Baptist, at Sixteenth and O Streets, Is now In Kentucky after Ssxzbc There herd was estimated at about 25,000. Republican Senate leader, then enter- chairmanships aro planned. Thoy aro sure to prqvo beneficial, m Northwest, will number them among ed the President's room and in a is considerable rivalry for position on In 1917, 17,500 were counted out and exhibited at many fairs and ntwc If tho figures for the prseent year, throughout the eastern part eC oSks Its congregation." The Rev. Henry very formal way said that the busl--nothe coveted Foreign Relations Com- estimated by those in closo touch country. The horse' Is candUCfcr NAVY TO COPE WITH Allen Tuppor Is tho pastor of this of tho two houses had been mittee to fill the vacancy caused by pfn BEST, DENBY'8 IDEAL church, which is one of tho oldest Senator Fall as with tho situation, are true, there re- guarded. He travels from to v&iriSt concluded and asked whether tho selection of former mains much less than half this num place In a specially built ear In Washington, having been founded KelPresident had any further communi- socretary of Interior: Senators ber. In 1919, 3,000 head were killed entranco 1c difficult for .thoso .Washington, Mjarch 5. "I otand 119 years ago. cations to address to Congress. Tho logg, of Minnesota; McCormlck, of with the mechanism jCsatvt Of nearly 400 churchos-l- n the capi- President's atentlon had to be called Illinois, and Polndexter, of Wash- in the Yellowstone band, the supervi for a navy equal to tUo greatest In tho wofTd." declared Edwin Denby, tal, only nine can count Presidents as to the fact that Senator Lodge had ington, were said to be active candi- sor of the Absaroka National Forest door?. Slnco tho receipt of the &taXi now secretary of the navy, amid thun- onco members of their congregation. with the reports. entered tho room as he was speaking dates for tho position, No herd of wild animals can sustain threats the horse has been gtvosB eae-t- ra derous applause from 400 guests at So many Chief Executives havo at- to some one beside him. favor the latter. chances reported to Tho Kiddle hwweafit protection. an annual shrinkage in numbers, a dlnnor c'von by tho United States tended St. John's Episcopal Church, When he did glance up he Bald fortonight. which the Yellowstone band has, for so Is guarded. Navy Lcaguo at Sixteenth and H. Streets, across mally and In a tone contrasting with Tho Best .Laxntlve. "I will stand for a completion of Lafayette Square from the White that which ho had usesd in speaking "My sedentary hablt3 have necessi- any length of time and not face comwithin a few C4th NEW YORKER DIES our great naval building program, Houso that it is known as "The with Senator Knox and others: tated the use of an occasional laxa- plete extermination OF SLEEPING SICKSJKaBi Tor a navy always fit to fight and Church of the Presidents." It was havo tried many but found years. "I have no further communication tive. I mt roady to fight. We haver always been built In 1816 when Washington was to mako. uothing better than Chamberlain's 'appreciate your courtesy. A pain In the side or back that New York, Feb. 26 Tea. meetcr ready to fight in the past. . But often arising out of tho ashes after Its burn- Good morning." Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, ea matter of ing by the British In 1812. wo have not boon fit in the Hardwlck Inn, one ot the model ho- catchos you when you straighten up cases of sleeping sickness and m calls for a rubbing application ot Bal- death were reported today Uy tSe equipment, ot New England. tels lard's Snow Liniment. It rolaxes Health Department. Since Jaawa-ls- t, "I do not dodgo tho question MASONS CELEBRATE FOR FLETCHER'S sleeping sickness has l.OOOTH INITIATION I wish a navy as strong as the contracted muscles and permits EXTERMINATION FACES ELK whother England's. Of couroo, wo do. Have HERD IN YELLOWSTONE PARK; ordinary bodily motion without But 247 persons in New York, slxtr-test- r s Lewis Lodge of Masons, formed tering or inconvenience, rnce bc, ot whom have lived. s wo not a coast lino long enough, and m years ago, now has PRESERVATION OF LIBERTY Have tho majority of the elk in 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Island possessions great onough to seventy-tw- o T OFF-m BURLEY IS THEME OF COOI.IDGK Yellowstone Park died from natural Ohio County Drug Co. members. Its newest member is need this first lino of dofonsoT causes or been killed during the past "No nation would take offenso at Benjamin K. Webb. His Initiation Lexington, Ky March 5. tfinpro--posltloWashington, March 4. Fallowing year, or are they hiding In sone re- TIUIEATEN LIFE OF 5IAN such a policy. Because I want an In- Friday night was made tho occasion or Bailey togreat as that of my tor a celebration. for a put-ois the full tozt of the inaugural ad- treat deep In tho mountains? This surance policy as O'WAR AND MRS RIDDLE Among promlnont Masons present dress of Vice President CooMdge: bacco in 1921 havo been drpppeO. fct question is worrying the forest of nolghbor docs not mof.n that I con"Five generations ago there oh re- ficers ot the Absaroka National Forest template n reason. Wo want not only were MaJ. John H. Leathers, past Philadelphia, Penn., Fob. 28 A becamo certain today when'th" Turr great navy but a modern and ef- Grand Master of Kentucky Masons vealed to the people ot this nation a for on ranges whero ordinarily thous- man was arrested today,charpnd with ley Tobacco Association, conducjttess: n and Grand Treasurer; David Jack- now relationship between man and ands of these animals could be seen, threatening to kill the horse, Man o' the latest campaign for a 5a isaraattLt ficient navy, announced It would" dtiecj- -of son, Grand Secretary and Frederick wan, which thoy declared and pro- only a very few havo been observed War, and Mrs. Samuel D. Riddle, wlfo cut-ou- t, "Wo hope for the wo will have tho Hardwlck, Deputy Grand Master. tlnue Its efforts In the line. Thora claimed In tho Amorlcan Constitution. this winter. Congress. We know of the owner of the champion thornual election of officors of tHoj BarPreston Lodge of Mason3 with the and approvchof Therein thoy recognized a legislature Just why this Is no ono seems to oughbred. Ho ley association' will take pli Vlu members, is tho only Masonto empowered to express the will of the know. Ono theory Is that tho open American people. Tbo roan is Harry T. Lamey. t '"Our naval losses In tho recent war lodge' In Kontucky that now excel people In law, a Judiciary required to fall and wlntof hr.s caused ihe elk to refuses to glvo his address. He was meeting called for Monday ioriifuisr,-a11 o'clock. largely to the J Lewis Lodge In point of membership. determine and state such law, and remain hack In the higher and more caught by Postal Inspectors Furnesj were trifling, thanks HARDING BREAKS Bpiendld and efficient of our Drltlsh allies. Wo nil know tho MR. WILSON TAKES NO PART IN INAUGURAL 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's It last-mlnu- to nAnl m.wl II ill J ,fiW.i 1 s0 Just-as-go- tow wit v What is CASTOR A Ite " GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAW, s. (2ffy7eMcA The In Use For Over 30 Years Bought n, THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORD' S BLAGHAOK Si cd I ct I Black-Draug- nd Black-Draugh- vr ftktsate-neighbors.- " T Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- o w t , i ,.. ,,,, ,.., el Black-Draug- ht. p?- - - ss Ohildren Cry CASTO RIA -- .r atte. 1,-0- 00 CUT-OUT,- ns ut 1,-4- as Democrats aro so fond of charging, tho Country will perhaps feel as STRAY STREAKS sccuro as It did when only ono mind (Dy Fluko McFluko.) and ono hand ruled all. Wobellove Published Weekly by HAivrroni) printing company that tho whole Nation will wolcomo tho change In tho riho of ono, to that Incorporated Wo noticed in n paper n few days of ten or a dftzen. ago a statement to tho offect that W. S. TINSLIJY, Editor ( skirts would bo no higher this year. Tho passing of President Wilson Wo read the article, thinking It had nnd Business Manager. marks the going of a character dif- refcronco to tho price. Imaglno our! Wo say pass- disappointment according to law at the ficult of duplication. Entered whon it dawlwd upon Hartford, Ky., as wall ing, becnuso, owing to his physical us that rofcrenco was to tho height Postofflco, of tho second class. Biatter disabilities, in tho natural courso of of tho skirt It stated that skirts! ovents, It Is not probablo or likely would remain about tStt inches from to that ho can novcr bo nblc to tako Address all communications tho ground. .Tho Hartford Republican. much part in affairs of tho Nation. s No ono who has kept abreast of afIf Ernpst Blrkhend don't get n silk fairs during tho past few years Is hat for Scud wo positively will not NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent likely to saji that his was not, in tako that last ride, In that d to a new address must glvo tho old many respects, n great mind, and vehlclo tho aforesaid Scud address In making tho request. whllo that is true not many aro to drives In front of tho procession. A Business Locals and Notices 10c por line, and 8c per lino for each ad- - Ixj found who will not admit that In silk covering would lend so much othor respects, ho was a weakling, dignity to the occasion tod. flltlonal Insertion Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards for instance, ho so completely mis- Thanks, lc por word, nnd Gc for judged his own strength his power Not long ago a couplo of Hartford each head lino anu signautre, money to do certain things, to accomplish citiz-enV In advance got Into soma sort of arguChurch Notices, for services free, certain desired results and ends, ment which had to do with the ques but other advertisements, lc per whether tho Country wanted his way tion of every man's "hoeing his own jrord. Ho was doomed, label will or otherwise Anonymous communications row' getting by on individual mered for failure with the Country as a its etc., when ono of recelvo no attention. tho parties exwhole, from tho date of his mem- citedly exclaimed, "why, didn't I read orable, partisan appeal that nono but in TELEPHONES the bible where it said that every Democrats bo returned victors at the tub 69 that couldn't sit on Its own botFarmers Mutual polls. It was, by a majority wo be123 Cumberland tom was a damned poor tub! and lieve, looked upon as highly un- same as no tub at all?" The other patriotic upon his part. Tho appeal argueflo rwas dumfounded, MARCIC 11 was ma do in tho faco of the fact that FRIDAY was dumfounded, knock- tho reading public know that his Wool Growers: strongest nnd most hurtful opposition Brother R. E. Fuqua says ono of ANNOUNCEMENTS in times of stress for this Nation, All persons who delivered WOOL at Beaver Dam in 1918 are requested his old neighbors, Joe Check, Is hero came from some of the identical Into be present as there is a rebate due and I wish to know who you are and how on the Jury and he took him out to For County nnd District dividuals whom he was trying to its home, tho other night, fed him tho much wool you'delivered. Offices. SILAS STEVENS. save, that too, regardjess of the fact very best he could, gave him the best greatest aid came from some that his bed on tho place, and insisted on his to announce of tho very same persons ho sought coming back again tho next night, Wo are authorized Nearly every person thru-otho candidacy of the following citi- to crush. but Cheek .declared ho could not do the Republic, not a partisan fol- so, and tho Preacher afterward found zens, subject to tho action of tho Reof Wilson, intensely resented publican party in tho primary election lower out that his gu9st went out to the his attempt to thwart his imaginateu poor August G, 1921: We want to see every fanner of Ohio County who is interested in reducBrother Fuqua house instead. greatness and personal popularity up . is wondering why. ing the cost of selling and bettering the quality of his products. We are makon the Country for purely partisan For Rcpicsentntivc. ends. The result at the succeeding ing an earnest effort to pukfarming upon a higher and more efficient plane IRA JONES Arnold. Mr. Erk Fulkerson, of Matanzas, election very plainly showed what who had been to Louisville to consult and with your we can do it. Remember the date, March 12. Be the .people thought about It. Tho a specialist, passed thru Hartford For Circuit Clerk: sure to be here and bring someone with you. There will be some interesting abovo historical incldeut illustrates ptoANK BLACK Hartford R. 2, enroute to his home Monday. Mr. what we Lave in mind when we say Fulkerson will probably return to speakers who will explain the Farm Bureau to you. DON'T FAIL US-c- ome ,V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. that in some1 respects N. STEWART Louisville at an early date and underBeaver Dam. O. along, talk organization, join the Bureau. We want a membership of Wilson developed traits of vsry no- go an operation for diseased nerves one thousand come along, be a booster for us. Marksmanship ticeable weakness. In one of his hips, which It 13 said For County Judge: counts for but little if the t.uget shot aro tho cause of his trouble. Everyone needing Fertilizer this spring wants to be present as the large MACK COOK Hartford. at is, nlsolutcly beyond rang2 of the o WINSON SMITH Select. fertilizer representatives will be there.;. gun. We would not detract ons W. S. DEAN Dundee. HONOR ROLL. S. u i whit from him, he was a strong charKEOWN, Chlm'n., acter in many respects and barring E. G.'AUSTIN, iv- County Attorney. For his marked weakness to havo his Ilea or Bum Graded mid High School J. F. MILLER, OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. Month Ending FebruFor way, to s3e from only one viewpoint Committee. ary usth, man and uterly Ignoring and holding in For Sheriff. contempt tho views of others," he MeBaMBBB IMKVi . GEORGE P. JONES Beda. An average monthly grade of 90 could have easily been accounted a G. A. RALPH Hartford. per cent with deportment grade B much greater personage by far and B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. awdy a very much greater number of plus or above is required to place any COUNTY BOARD OF Gutherie and asked a friend to In- MT. PLEASANT. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. people. We feel that we can truly pupil's name on the honor roll. troduce him, as ho hnd some business ' M. TAYLOR Dam. say Beaver CARL EDUCATION MEETS with him, nnd instead of extending j Grndcd School. that our best wishes for the Mr. Letcher Beck nnd famllly left CICERO CROWDER Select. V physical wellbolng as well as other FIRST GRADE. his hand lie pounced upon his victim T. II. BLACK Hartford. Monday for Drownjiig, Ky., where wise, go with tho retired President. Virginia McKisney, Martha Ola Organizes And Commences Business; with tho timber, crushing him with MALIN D. HEFLIN-klenterto- wn. His days, during tho past few years Sandefur, Samuel ' Leach, Thelma , Superintendent's Election the first blow. Ho was prevented they will make their futuro horn. Mr. Chnrllo Loach lost his house have been full of storm and arduous Cooper, Wllma" Taylor? Irwin Kelley. Set Forward. from hitting the man more than twlco For Counjy Clerk: and contents liNro Inst week. labor, and none can but wish that SECOND GRADE. perhaps, by a Mr. Smith, vho in- ROY II. FOREMAN West Beaver Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Taylor aro his remaining years may be sailed upKenneth Kane, Tim Barnes, Billy The recently elected County Board i nocently introduced tho two men. It Dam. on placid-wate- rs,' under the mellow- Taylor, John H .Veller, Paul Chlnn, of Education, composed of .Mrs. W. W!,s almost a unanimous opinion up the proud parents of n baby girl, ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. sunshine. est of sprlnk-llk- e McDonald Knight, Alta Fuqua, Leo-r- a O. Reed, Horse Branch; Nat Llndley,jto yesterday that Gutlferlo could not born February 2S. SEP T- - WILLIAMS Rob Roy. Mrs. Jnno Leach, who has beon t Baize, Oletta Chapman, Maud Lei- XkUUlU A, UUIUI IUWII, R. A. Owen survive, but tho Medical Attendants MODE SCHUOADER N. Roslno. C. A. LIXDLKY OK ill for sometime, is improving, slowsure, Ruby Martin. G, Hartford; W. S. Hill, Cer- - stated yesterday that he had a fightRoute J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. ly. ' MONTGOMERY AVItlTES THIRD GRADE . alvo and Claude Renfrew, Dundee, ing chance for recovery. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. The Singing School taught nt this Bur- met at the office of tho County SuArnett Williams, Kenneth Mr. Sarvls, wo aro told, called at M. F. CHUMLEY MoHenry. Hartford Republican: I am enclos- gess, Charles Sandefur, Wavy Taylor, perintendent last Saturday, as pro- a Physician's office, told him what ho place by .Mr. Selba Sandefur, Is proJAMES A. TATE Hartford. ing check for three dollars for your Avery Hill, Basel Keown, Nolen-Dock- vided by law, and organized by tho had done, and perhaps requested that gressing nicely. M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. Mr. J. W. 'Taylor is in Dawson paper for another year. I like to ery, John King, Lillian Taylor, Ru- election of W. S. Hill, Chairman and he soo tho man, ho also hunted up tho hear from my old home county every by Stewart, Katherlne Rumage, Tiny Mrs. Reed Vice Chairman. By pro- Town Marshal and voluntarily placed Springs at this time, attending the For Jailer: week. You know I am a great lov- M. Daniel, Estella Ralph, Madeline vision of the law, Superintendent E. himself in his charge until arrange- State meeting of tho Woodmen oi tho CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. er of races, and It seems there is Leisure, Glenn Cooper, Oreeva Ste- S. Howard became secre- ments could bo mado for fixing his World. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. going to bo lots of races for County wart, Virginia Sandefur. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Stewart, of Bea- bond, which was dorio In a few mln- tary. JOHN T. KING Hartford. officers this year. I want to see who FOURTH GRADE. -- expectations, utes after tho amount had beon do- - I vor I)a,11 vls"cd tho letter's sisters, Contrary to tho Sunnydalo. , S. A. LEE p- - L- - nni1 E- - p finishes first. It looks like it will Taylor, la3t Parven Knight, Aisle Hill, Judith board failed to olect the County Su- tormlned by Officers at Fordsville. I Mrs HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY be a good warm race from the num- DeHart, Edith Arbuckle, Esther perintendent for the ensuing one to Our information is to tho effect woek ond. D. No. 5 ford R. F. Mr. Harlln Leisure and family visber running. I am betting 2 to 1 Dockery, LUla Cr Barnes, Joo Tay- four years, but by special order that tho preponderenco of sentiment JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, ited his grand mothor, .Mrs. W. G. that some of them get beat. lor, Ray Pierce, Myrtle Leo Daugher-t- y, passed the electioa until the regular Is with Mr. Sarvis. Route 1. Well, this is a beautiful, bright & Stewart Saturday night and Sunday. Wm. Owen Smith, William meeting, April 2nd. Quite a number NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry day. I havo been watching my catThe Woodmen of this country. Barnes, Majiel Phelps, Sarah M. of applications for tho position were W. W. ROYAL. I will present a piny hero Saturday tle graze on the pastures. We have Harrison. filed with the board, siidq of whom For Tax Commissioner lots of grass now, havo 125 head do- FIFTH GRADE Mr. W. W. Royal, bottor known as night, entitled "Tony The Convict " wore not In possession of the neces D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. jig Rood on grass. This has been one Paulino Austin, Lois Taylor, Dolo; sary certificate o' qualification. "Hickory Bill" deld at his homo a Everybody Invited. O. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. of the finest winters I ever experiencra Baize, Rachiel Hays McKlnnoy, Among other business transacted? few miles north of Magan, Thursday, ROY F. KEOWN Fordsville. ed, have not had but two freezes and Hiram Wendell Chapman, Tracy Ste- tho board recommended or fixed the March 3, of Infirmities Incident td they wore In December. Alfalfa will wart, Gladys Hosey, Randall Chlnn. tax lory for common school purposes his advanced ago, being beyond tho For Magistrate, SIXTH GRADE. Biondotocut. I have about 30 acres at 43 cents on each f 100.00 worth of four-scor- e and six mark by four (Distrcit No. 7- -) and about 12G acres of oats looking Froeda Pierce, Lucy Clyde Jack- property within tho County, subject months and eight days. Tho funeral J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. fine. Looks llko they would make 40 son, Tommle Phelps, Roy Taylor, to common school purposes. Reduced was cohductedJiy Mr. R. J. Brandon, J. N. LOQSDON Roslne. to 50 bushels per acre. Floyd Newton. the amount of tuition to be paid by a Christian Minister and old neigh(District No. 4.) -This Is the finest climate I know of SEVENTH GRADE. the Cojnty Board for common school bor of Mr. Royal's, after which tho J. W. CHEEK Askins. any where. Wo have 756 miles of Boulah Kane, Lucllo Couch, Helen graduates in high school from $4.50 remains woro interred in tho burial (District No. 6.) as fine a plko road in this county as Knight, Audrey Martin, George', W. to $100; Appropjiated $6,000 foi grounds at Friendship Church. J. A. EDGE Dundee. ' BUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. you will find anywhere in the U. S. Barnes,. Virgil Couch. Mr. Royal was of sterling manhood. the cwctlon of a consolidated school i I am te'n miles from Montgomery, EIGHTH GRADE. bulldlt.g at Cromwoll and levied a tax 'much respected by all who know hfm MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. (west) and it just takes 20 minutes Estill Hazelrlgg, George Taylor, of 57 cents on each 100 worth of end had a wide acquaintance through- - A (District No. 2.) to drive it in my car, so you see it Everett Park, Carroll Veller. taxable property' within tho consoll-lotho County among tho eldor cltl- "IV. C. KNOTT Centertown. ' M is just like living in town. I thought NHNTH GRADE. dated district for the purpose of bear zntiR.f pnnnrlnllv ttirmif!. uii ina .... - 1 .M.wubw nil i. ay9 mS I would tell you where I live, so If Aaron Roach, Waunottla Bonta, ing the cost of transportation of pu- per porijon oi tne uounty. Ho rear-!e- d 0 U..IIX Wo, the space occupied in our two any of my Ohio County friends ever Lena Wallace Eva Carter, Mildred pils to and from school. JLsanv l unci. - a larcro fnmllv linlnr. -- .... vu i... ' -- "O anrviiro.i J last issues was not devoted to the get out of those mud holes up there Taylor, Josephine Plrtlo, Floyd Rains Tho Board also tilled a number of five sons and five daughters. County's Indebtedness, tho it showed and wander off down South I would Anna Elizabeth Shultz, Albert Shultz, vacancies in tho position of trustee, -- . In andjpnyik K. Casebler, Wendell Ralph', in And the early egg saylatc Novemit, but was chiefly to show how the bo glad 1to have thorn drop a Aft ItAiif ! , in the County. FARM LOAN NOTICE. nliAf berand through December coma tnonoy collected was spent. umui. nrf iiuu vt s n lit n fnrl WOllttCe. iu unuuu, uu Farmers desiring long-tim- a """lUHO it II. Loans mands the top price of Jhc year. poor folks live. If any Ohio County i TENTH GRADE. at a low rat0 ot ntorest, under Gov. ! FATHER FELLED MAN Start a With reference to Brother Barrett's people over leavo that county, come Lucy Chick, Lllllo Chlnn, Anno Lee WITH YVAUUIN &rUK.fc 'ornmont supervision, can now obtain , chalk line: It would certainly be to tho lime lands of Alabama. It Is Maddoy. Ruby Taylor, Martyuo them undor the provisions ot he oijio" bad to run out of chalk, but tho greatest stock country In tho rouorai rarm L,oan Act, which has It would bo a lot better to bo com- Black Bolt and a desirable placo to Jess Sarvls, ot Vanzant, whose recently been declared ConRtin.iinnni ' ELEVENTH GRADE. l pelled to go down for moro of the live. m March or early April; raise the om uuugnier is auena- - Dy tho United States Supremo Leonard Baker, Liza Rains, Jva iwuivB-yeu- r Sourt. many chicks you'll hatch in a ..stuff than to havo to como up for it. With best wishes to all my friends Rondor, Corlnno Taylor, Floreuco iub mo r orusvmo uraueu ocnooi, on Applications on land in Ohio Coun Standard Colony Brooder, bolng Informed by the young girl that ty musi oe maue In Kentucky I am yours truly, Taylor and this good money is yours. tnru tho Hartford Tho new Cablnot, together with the C. A. LINDLEY. Robert Gutherie, who operates a con- National Farm Loan Association. ApTWELFTH GRADE. We know- the TlucUye Incubator an4 President nnd Vice President held Its Montgomery, Ala., Route 2. the Standard Colony Jlrooder vlll da Erwln Casebior, Gladys Likens, Eia fectionery in Fordsville bad made In- plication Blanks will bo roady In a exactly what we eay. We guarantee it, llrst meeting Tuesday. Tho ton March 7, 1921. Bluncho decent proposals and advances to nor short tlmo. Notice of exact dato on and our guarantee Is backed by the Render, Lummie Taylor, rranuueturcr. Everybody cm a nuaro .lieads of departments wero prosont went to Fordsville, sought out Guth-orl- e and after which applications Uucknor.R. P. Brown. drat. Nothing bcttt the fluckere," and the Standard Cclony Brooder has Mrs. M. McCormick returned to and announcement is made that and without warning, felled him recolved will bo given later canba no equal. Come In. and co them. thru tho weekly meetings are to. bo hold in , her homo near town Tuesday from a A motor sled, to replaco tho primi- with a wagon spoko which ho had loca papors. A. J. WILLIAMS, tho futuro. Even if composed of, visit with her daughter; Mrs. A. V. tive dog slod, has been Invented by concealed under his coat. The en Mcdowell a. fogle, Huitford, Ky, ' minds and m,edicoro ability" McFoo, of Johnson City, Tennessee an Alaskan. raged father was not acquainted with Tesser Secretary-Treasurer. - TThe Hartford Republican In Union There is Strength ' i I , Wool Growers' MEETING and ' -- glass-encase- Farm Bureau Meeting jf ' s knock-argucfl- BEAVER DAM Saturday, March 12th FARM BUREAU MEETING er ? ut -- - 0. " ,'iiMMEB31WMIiaaMM t io Sto-wa- rd I r ut V N iS&J "IL. V- " K.U, iWm' ''"TlIrT SBbL 1 MHLJm f-- Lays the Earjy Egg 'tLJt v ts -- 1 11 " . INCUBATOR BUCKEYE coal-burni- o- .J W VMMWMWMMWMIlMMMHawHIKHHHMHHHMM... Mr llnrf nodi, nf Tlnpfcnnrt. gucBt of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. City, Wednesday. m sni Qllles-.pl- n o, NOW READY! Many of our New Spring Lines are now in our house. We are ready to show you Mrs. Randall Collins will return to- - ' morrow from a weeks' visit with her daughters, Misses Kennedy and Mary Warren Collins, of Loulsvillo. IHIHUMJl . ' HHMIJ New Spring Coals In all wool Polo Coats at $12.60. New Cape Coats, all wool velour, $19.95. These are very new and attractive. ' Come in tan and copen, sizes 34 to 40. Goat Suits We have a remarkable value double warp, in all wool serge coat suits, navy at $19.95.-Nesuit, made of wool tricotine, navy blue, at $29.95. These same values last season were $30 and $45 each. w semi-ripp- Messrs. M. 8. Pnttorson and Charllo FOR SALE Good span of Mules, K. Dantol, of Olatdn, wcro In town Wsdnosd.iy, nttendlrg court and look- will take a good work maro or horse In part payment. ing after other htnlncG P. 8. LASHDHOOK, 4 EGGS FOR SALE Pnro Deaver Dam, Ky. Whlto 3Ct2p Plymouth Hooks $1 per sotting of 1G. Mr. Charllo King and family, who Apply J. P. BRUNCH, Prcs. 34tf Whlto Rock Club, Hartford. have been In Norton, Vn for somo time, returned hero Tuesday, where Llttlo Miss Ircno Cox Blrkhead thoy will mako an extended visit with spent last weok-en- d In Louisville, vis? Mr. King's parnts, Mr. and Mrs. John Itlng her cousins, Misses Miry War- King. ren nnd Kennedy Collins. Wagon harness, collars, check Mr. Leslie Hagerman, of the Herald lines, bridles, saddles, buggy harness office, left last Saturday for Chicago, or anything you may requlro to "dress your horso or team may bo had 111., whero ho went to tako a six weekiJuP of course In lynotypo operation. 3St3 l I SHARPLES SUCTION-FEE- D SEPAIAM v. REDUCED IN PRICE. Now Is tho tlmo to buy your Sepa- f IU . le I ; ACTO NBROS. - Silk Dresses Silk Taffeta dress, clever new style, navy and copen, at $12.95. Extra quality of crepe de chine dresses, beautifully hand embroidered, at $24.95. Skirts, - v P 1 M Washington, March Y have been lsued by tho Costa Rlcan at $12.50. government for Immediate withdrawFancy stripe box plaited skut, in brown and-- ' al of Its forces from tho disputed ternavy serge, at $9.95. ritory beyond the SIxaola river and Plain serge skirts, navy and black, regular and for no further advance by Us forces extra size, $5.95. on 'the Pacific side of the Panama-Cos- ta Rlcan boundary, Dr. Octavlo v Beeche, Costa Rlcan minister here, which he Is a warm exponent, xfti tonight informed the State Departby his recent approval rtT2&& Stunning blouses of Georgette, elaborately em" ment. Government's Thrift and" Strc&ijsr The Information, which was Im- work, represented in the sales afi broidered, in honey dew, navy, coral, tomatoe, parted In a note handed to the State Thrift, Treasury and War S&cxsgs. bisque, $8.00 values at $5.95. Department by Dr. Beeche, acting on Stamps and Treasury Savings. Cfcrti& instructions from tho Costa Rlcan cates. Mrs. C. O. Hunter, who underwent secretary of state for foreign afYou who arc In need of a now Rug t an operation in Louisville, sometlme fairs was Interprets d here as meeting RURAL CARRIER IYAMLV.USKMr should eco our line before buying. Spring Millinery is in the house. We are Our ago, in which one kidney containing completely the demands of the UnitWo havo a very attractivo line of ' ready to show you. Our formal announcement several large stones was removed, ed Spates as embodied in. a note disn The United States CivlT Axmlnlsters and Tapestries. accompanied .by Mr. Hunter, returned patched to the Central American rewill come later. If in a rush, see us any time. ACTON BROS. has announced air enes-lnati- on 37t2 to her home here last Sunday. Mrs. public last Saturday by Secretary for the County of Olilov Kjc fier Hunter Is doing nicely. Hughes. be held at Beaver Dam, on ilpciJ 5. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Christian, City, No reply so far as could;J)o learned 1921, to fill the position 'of TDratT spent last- - week at Frledeland and Bring mo your hides and Junk and tonight had been received by the carrier at Olaton and vacancies ttSsit Horse Branch, tho guests of Mr. and get your oats at 65c per bushel; Clov- State department from Nanama, to may later occur on rural routestfcnat Mrs. G. J. Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. er seed at 15c per pound; Redtop whom Secretary Hughes sent a tfote other post offices in Norvln Christian. the Grass Seed 12c'per pound, also fertiwith that transmitted to tloned county. The salary aC x. xu- implements from ' Costa Rica. Attorney Gilbert Holbrook, of Ow lizer and farming SANDEFUR, ral carrier on a standard daflF routeD. L. D. The Costa Rican government In its of 24 miles Is $1,800 per guest of his father, ensboro, was a South Main St., Beaver Dam. reply also pledged itself to respect with nn 35t3 additional $30 perntBeiwr Sir. J. D. Holbrook and Mrs. Holbrook tho boundary line fixed between its annum for each mile or major tho first of this week, while attendMason-ylfl- p, Mrs. Yelser Lashbrook, of and that of Panama by Chief tion thereof In excess, ot 2.1 nafes. ing Circuit Court. for nil kinds spent from Sunday until Thurs- Justice White, of the United States Hartford Republican of Sco W:. Ellis & Bro.chilled plows. The examination will be opu lusty The Oliver and Vulcan day here, the guest of Mr.,and Mrs. Supreme Court. to citizens who aro cctuallr dauxicSJea' Mrs. Chester Wilson and infant Mrs. Lashbrook D. Holbrook. daughter of Cromwell, came down J. in tho territory of a post oUSca Sis FRIDAY MARCH 11 place to Whltesville, TAYLOR PAYNE. Mr.' Louis Igloucart, of Monday to spend theveek with Mrs. went from this the county and who meet ther a&rsr was hero yesterday, on business Wilson's brother, Mr. Otto C. Martin where sho will visit; herlster, Mrs. reaulrements set forth In Fonts 13a. F. L. Compton, before returning ' On Wednesday, March 2, 1921, at -- - -, ., nnth hlon nhll wmnotr ,. and Mrs. Martin. ww.. ...U. WM PERSONAL NEWS T,W..WU.f T T9 It. .! homo. Mr. Wnltpr It. Parka. C.ltv.. wna fn ..i n. tnTt11n xW., m,ed( may enter tb,g exanjjnagnj iuu cuuh ..uUac Ih AND SOCIAL EVENTS Owensboro Wednesday, on a business Miss Blanche Elton Taylor, of Bea- - buL appoIntWk ottIcers havo tIto-For Oliver Chlllpd Plows,, disc Mrs. Lizzie Porter, of Hcrrln, 111., Tin m. Tlnnto 4. nnd Mr. John H. . rr .. orrand. f cultivaharrows, barrows, section ,gai rigni 10 speciry me sey arrived here Monday to attend the payne oi Spokane, Washington, wero ', reaiie8t,n certiI1Cation txvT.ratt Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Duff, Dundee, tors, Black Hawk cortfTIanters, trac uneral of her grandmother Mn, j unlted ln nrfrriagB uy Albert NIchols, e Wo have field fence, rabbit and wero in town Saturday. tor plows and tandem Harrows, see ' " poultry-fencLucretla M. Stevens, who was burled pastor 0f the Central Christian , , nnd barbed wlro fence. 35t3 ACTON BROS. at Alexander, Monday afternoon. Mrs. church, of Louisville. Mr. Payne; who . ...... W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Seed potatoes and onion sets, in ;,.- - - lcaa y"' "u l" iuua ui v o. . U.nn,l.,fw.lv.1vllh1r 1S an employe 0l- .. nn.i nuuru "quantity, at ACTON BROS. " lno 37t2 r Mr. anil Mrs. Alvln Rowo, of Cen- 1 """; parents, Mr. and U I; Lon Stevens yry Mfg Co, Ja a nanrtsome, moral, so- - soldiers, sailors, or marrnw. czr tigs .. FOR SALE Two pocket billiard tertown, want to Louisville Tuesday, I wlveg ,...,. i... J, get six- . ..... Mr. Arthur Leach went to Graham tables, with corapleto equipment. Call whore Mrs. Rowe is to remain for of East Haruoru, oororo returning ber youne man. Miss Taylor has been Co.. employed by the Herra'an-Stau- s WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. medical treatment. Mr. Rowo will home- - ' Wednesday, roturnlne yesterday. ,37tr ed for examlnatlon by reasoa , " for somo time. On Thursday aheyi .,,, received In the line "T r,rBV return home today. 3 Miss Sue May. who has been in came t0 Beaver Danii t0 vlslt M. Roma Ualzo, or Uwcnsboro, spent Mr. J. A. Edgo was a visitor at No- - "77 a"d ,P?Dlzney. Ky., for some time, as asv Payne.s Mrs. W. V. Mr guost last wee.k end in Hartford, tho Have your corn meal made at ACthis offico while In town Tuesday. ? slstant superintendent of the hospital laylur b, I pweUgaT. tho offices mont of his brother, W, II. Batzo and fnm- - TON BROS. Get your own corn i hpr rotiimpi h " "" wis op- - th,?"1 a d,n"er Highest Cash Prices paid for eggs "v-- ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ex- honf the Unite(1 State Clll Service C- here. The hosnal " salads, cakes, change meal for corn any day. nnd paultry. .,,.... , mission at Washington, D. C. trComuany and ....... ' ., unfed hv n larce coal Mrs Ionics Hancock and llttlo son, 33tf "' ' II. D. ERTES, Miller. .,... W. E. ELLIS & BRO. thfi """" preseni wore oir. uuu uia. cations should be forwarded toaSfas c. ef.,,nwn in hamPS9 ouuv uw.. uuo in ,of Leitchfiold, wero guests o Mrs. 'inoso Jias been temporarily Snep Tayior ,an(i family, Mrs. Edna Comnilsslon at Washington. 23c Messrs. E, M. Royal and G. W. Jef- Institution Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E.' Everly, of Ma- - John Meadows, City, a .few days this at the earliest practicable data. . Taylor and family, Mr. VIrge Taylor . fries, of Fordsville Route 3, were In closed. tanzas, spent a few days In Louslvllle, week. and family, Mr. Charllo Smith and town yesterday. Mr. Jeffries qualithis week. SETTING EGGS FOR SALE Bar-- famtlyi Mr. am Mrs Walter Miller, . Mrs. Oma L. Turner nnd Mr. and fied as administrator of the estate ot red Plymouth Rocks, Rhodo Island Mn and Mrs c shultz, Messrs. Mrs. A. E. Pato went to Loulsvillo Mrs. Pen Doxtor, of Centertown, wont W. W. Royal, whfle here. Reds, pure stock; eggs, 15 for $1.00; Tneron ami Herbert Lane, Miss Bunle Monday, on business. Sho returned to Louisville sunuay, returning weu 50, for $3.oq.; 100 for $6.00. wy Felty and Ml8S Susan feniott and Mr. .neatlny. , Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid Society of tho M stock is as good as any in the county. Douglass Elliott. Music furnished E. Ghurch, mot Monday afternoon, Incuba- - by Mlgs rjeulah Taylor was very much Mr. Coleman Tatum, after spend in an Interesting session with Mes Also agent for tho Buckeye If you nre in need of a'plow buy tor and Brooder Co. A. J. WIL- -' enjoyea. ing tho winter with friends and rela dames T. H.Ulack and W. S. Tlnsley, Blount's Truo Blue from LIAMS. -- Call WILLIAMS & TAY-- .j Though we were sorry to give up tives near town, left Monday, for at tho homo of the latter. a ,. ACTON vBROS. 35(3 LOR, Hartford, Ky. Both phones. on(J of Qur iovoiIest an(i best girls Akron, Ohio. : 36tf we are la(1 t0 see ner g0 wjtn Bucn guaranteed. croXvd 'vas ln town Satisfaction e C. O. Hunter, Cashier ot tho Bank An a good man. and all wish for them Messrs. w. II. mm J. F. uuiospie Monday, tho opening day of Circuit of Hartford, went to Owensboro to- -' SEEKS I many anniversaries of the happy day. sister, Mrs. D. B. Han- - Court. Not for years, perhaps, havo DUEL MIDKIFF visited tholr day,-obusiness. MAGISTRATE'S PLACE v MRS. SHULTZ. cock, and Mr. Hancock, in Leltch- - so many from out In tho County been ' -- FOIt SALE- 5 tons Hay and 100 Held, Sunday. in town on a first Monday. announce" In another column tho I PRESIDENTIAL-FACT- S bushels Corn. Homo 'phono. ment of Buol MIdklff for tho RepubF, A. Locket, an attorney ot CalLUTHER DANIEL. 36t2p Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, city, went to for J. P. O. C. from 9 houn, was here this week, attending OwenBboro Wednesday, whero sho lican nomination may Warren O. Harding, who took ofbe found. Mr. the sixth district, twenty-nint- h ' Attorney' E. M. Voodward, of Circuit Court, as was Thomas Sandlgo will spend the remainder ot the week us fice last Friday, as the MIdklff forwarded authority to Louisville, Is in Hartford this week, ot Owensboro. Henderson last week for making his announce- president ot the United States, Is tho with her daughter, Mrs. president to ber selected to that attonding Circuit Court. Murphree and Mr. Murphree. ment but it reached ua late Thurs- first Wo havo the International (Os- high office on his birthday. He was after f' See us. for all kinds of grass and borne) Disc .Harrows, tried, and prlc- - Miss Margaret Marks, Assistant day', Is our forms had been closed 55 years old November 2, 1920. He and therefore practically one week I have telephones a: 3fjt4 Cashier of the Bank ot Hartford, was ed right. U. S. senator elected to field seeds. Quality first. overdue. Mr. Mldkiff's district was Is tho first E. ELLIS & BRO. Wr plies in' stock. Make a. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ln Centertown Wednesday assisting fprmerly the Sulphur Springs, and as the presidency, President Harding is the seventh cialty of repair "work. ln tho bank at that place ln the ab- flow constituted embraces Ralph pre HT Farmers should not fall to attend sence ot Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Rowe. president contributed to the country Mr, nnd Mrs. J. B. Renfrow, of cinct ln addition. of Ohio. Only Virginia, you need Wire, Brackets Narrows, attended the funeral of Mrs. the meeting oftho OhlpjCounty Wool Mr. MIdklff is energetic, painstak- by the state Growers and Farm Bureau, at Boa- Stevens, at Alexander, Monday. After the snow Is gone and the sun ing and possesses the qualifications with a total of eight presidents born Pins, Spools, Insulators, E- ver Dam, tomorrow. within her borders, outranks Ohio In sulated Wire, Lightning-.&-resters- , comes out, we begin to think of gar- for tho office he seeks. this regard, No president has been dens, so we havo prepared to furnish For International No. 8, low, Corn Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Browning, of you with garden seod of all kinds Switches, or.anypsjC Spreaders See born west of Ohio. No president has King Manure NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION W. E. ELLIS & UUU, Russollvillo aro spending a short time C ur Speciality, LENORD'S bulk soods. OF HUNT COAL COMPANY resided west ot Illinois. 35t4 a telephone, call, wrjfies for with Mrs. Browning's parents, Mr. 37t3 VILLIAMS & TAYLOR. President Harding is the seventh Scotch-Iris- h paternal an- or phone me. A few sewasd? and Mrs. M. V. Johnson. Miss Emily Bell, a student In tho .Notice is hereby given tjiat the president of We nave about 30 cook stoves and Hunt C6al Company, a corporation, cestry. Fifteen ot our presidents, hand 'phones in stock. MuHigh School, spont last week end with Mr. J. C. Ilery who has been In a ranges on our floor which wo are of is closing up Us business and is disover tho period of 133 years, have relatives ln tho Nocroek country. tual phone No. 1. Battle Creek, Michigan, Sanatorium, fering at prices almost on a pre-wsolved by unanimous consent ot all been of English descent, threo of - unuer treatment tor somo time, nas basis. You who aro In need ot a the, stock holders. Welsh and two of Scotch, ono of Mr and Mrs. Z. Harrel, ot RockDutch. W. II. HUNT, President, port, wero guests ot Mr. and Mm. T. returned to his home In Louisville. stoyo should seovour lino bof'oro buyThe average age of our presidents By HARRY L. BRAMWED, 36t3 II. Black, City, Wednesday and Thurs-- 1 Mr. Ilor, while not fully recovered, ing. Beaver Dam, Ky. 1? reported much Improved. ACTON BROS. Secretary. at inauguration is 54 years, approxl- 34t4 day. Elegant dress skirt in all wool plaid, velour, new models, clever plaids; colors navy and brown, Blouses Mrs. W. H. aillcsnlo and children. Mr. and Mrs. Den H. Dennett, who and Miss Annettn Glllesplo spent the weok-en- d In Leitchfiold, gueats ofbavo been residing in Hartford for Mrs. D. D. Hancock, and Mr. Hancock, somq time, will move In a few days to their Lewis Creek poultry farm, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith and whero they will engage In farming son, Edward, of Madlsonvlllo( return- nnd poultry raising. ed home Sunday, after spending a James' S. C. Whlto Leghorns the week with relatives horo and at.Dun-deo- . egg machines. Flock headed by . "Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 New Per- per 15; $6.00 per 50; $10.00 per 100. Wo have a full line-- of MRS. 0. B. JAMAS' Poultry Farm, fection Oil Cook Stoves on display. Centertown, Ky. The stoves that satisfy the entire family. 37t2 Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Stevens and ACTON BROS. family, who havo been In Brecken-rlog- o, Texas, for somo time past, havo Mr. aniT Mrs. John Bozarth nre the parents of. a 9 pound baby girl, returned to tholr former home on born last Friday at the home of Mr. Routo 1, McHenry; whore they are Bozarth's mother, Mrs. Sue Bozarth, to reside In the future. near town. To rent four rooms, WAITED de- with electric lights, water and garTho Beaver Dam picked team feated the local High School boys In den, on excellent residence street in who will 's Hartford, tp small fanilly a hard fought B. B. game on tho Court Thursday night of the board threo adults living in remainder of house. Apply at this office. 3rd by 15 to 6. lat-ter- rator. Altho manufacturing cost, price of material and labor costs havo not as yet materially decreased, Sharpies have anticipated lower prices for farm machinory after tho readjustment period is over. Honco, prices of all standard Sharpies Suction feed Cream Separators are reduced ovor 20 per cent. Prices aro back to pre-wlevel. Sharpies sbaro readjustment losses with tho farmer. REMEMBER 'you can now buy a Suction-Fee- d SHARPLES Cream Soparator at a lower price than for years past. ar , CALL OR WRITE WILLIAMS & TAYLOR! HARTFORD, KY. I HMHHanJr COSTA RICA ORDERS TROOPS WITHDRAWN mately, while tho approximate iresr-a- go at death has been 6G yeans. President Harding exempi;iIBijia,W7 rapid raise possible In Amcrfatr than any of his predeceasea. Ho was, not. Included fn, the laTjPraEk "Who's Who." Like many of his predecessors stars his parents wero not wealthy acAXa. has risen to the highest of fias wiUtlcf-the gift of tho Arnerlcan peoplistSben; frugality, industry and thrilK. C 3Efc-bettor New Millinery a-- Service-Commissio- -- Jmz&Go. e, ' abave-ca-Idontlc- - cxo-terrlto-ry nuu.., ,- - -- ' ir ' , ., ,, ,. 12 ,.. .. . .' -- 1 ' Va dtut5r-iFoiri- a I -- .'"...,,' T' ', S 'n ',, T' T . - C i j Telephones - x old-tim- No Need to Wait - ar v W. G. Muffetf:. 'J J ilMl-f- r - FARM DEPARTMENT. Slmplo Ilulw Glcn For Measuring dium long bodies, flat backs and B00(l doplh of tho keo1 ,,oncs- Watery Farm Products B,B f weakness. for' estimating nf "sua"f a Tho following rules Dk" "utfw uually bo sold after produce In bulk are giv- quantities of 2 years old, although tho en by tho United States Department of Jhcy nro measurements nro """ " Agriculture All over tnoir tniru year poultry Jn feet and tenths of a foot. In the U. S. Department of Tn mnnxnrn whflnt. finis, harlov. - Administration Calling For Mor- e- Judge R. W. Black, Owensbovo. farmers. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnajr. Arc Not Making Ve Of Another sum voted is for tho inauC. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney Clerk R. W. King. guration of research work In connecTlioo They Have. ford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. tion with brown rot and kindred disClerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Marshal R. F. Slovens. eases of peach trees which cause large Washington, Mnrch 5. Excoi'ia-tlo- n Master Commissioner Otto C. Marlosses nnnunlly to peach growers. of tho Wilson administration for tin, Hartford. FORDSVILLI2. Still another-i- s for the eradication of Its failuro to uso facilities In its hnnds Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Keown, tho white pine blister rust which at- for assisting disabled soldiers Is mado Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonet. Hartford. tack currants and gooseberries. Po- by Representative James W. Good, 1st Monday In March 1 ryo, buckwheat, and shelled corn In AgTrIc"Uur: Bay days Olork Olla Cobb. ducks pick thorn up tato diseases, like mosaic and l, binsMultiply In.ldo length and ln, Hndllns rather than by the chairman of tho House AppropriaCom'th. and Civil. necks Police Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. which affect the quality of seed tions Committee Ho says: width of hln together, then multiply bytholr 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. 8 tho lattor aro apt to break potatoes Marshal Grant Pollard. grown for intcrstato shippubby tho average depth of "So much has been said In tho that product let Mouday in July 13 days M,I ,n,tho ment and potato decays which catiso Ducks ny grain In tho bin. This gives the lic press In criticism of Congress with Com'th. and Civil. niornlng, and shoul-- be heavy losses ln shipments arriving in regard to what wo havo done In pro- 3d Monday ln September Tic feet, which, divided by C and mul- 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAH or pen until :30 or 10 large markets from southern and FOR PJtL'SKNT YKAIt viding hospitals for our disabled soltlplled by 4, gives approximately tho'1'0, "ouso Civil. I'c,0ftk roa,m car,1' western sources will also bo investigrain. diers of the recent war that I think 4th Monday In November 13 days nun.ber of bushels of A ,nn and gated. County Board of Education E. 3. To measHro ear corn In bins or1 ho' It might bo well to state a few facts Com'th. and Civil. bo lost. with perpendl- - tho S&8 Howard, S. S. O. C. cribs. For structures in regard to what Congress has dono Tnko Herblno for indigestion. It and what tho situation is regarding couNTr counT. ,,,. " cular sides, multiply Insldo length and' Dlv. No. 1 It. A. Owon, Hartford. w uci.i. ,u ' w "" relieves tho pain in a few minutes hospitals. Moots first Monday ln each month, width together. 'then multiply that "uw iW Routo 6. Tight" FIcns. nnd forces tho fermented matter Judge Mack Cook. product by tho average doptn oi me "I do not know why a young man Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle. "Stick-tigCounty Att'y. A. D. Kir. fleas breed ln tho which" causes tho misery into tho about 2G years old, down ln tho Treas corn In tho bin or crib. Whero tho it expelled. Frlco CO ury Department, an Assistant Secre Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun- Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. crib or bin sides aro flared or sloped cracks and crevices of brood coops bowels where by is conts. Sold Ohio County Drug tary of tho Treasury, does not.s.ond Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. by and poultry houses; also in dry doo. tho width must bo determined . m men who aro wounded or sick to tho Superintendent E. S. Howard. both at floor and top of mol or vegetable refuse, but will not Company. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. s Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Adding these two breed In damp or wot places; hospitals and stop whining nbout tho corn pile. Dlv. No. 6 Otis Stovons, Boavor HENDERSON HENS LEAD D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner together and dividing by two fore, to get rid of them it is necessary not being hosplfal facilities. 17 FLOCKS OF STATE thero Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. average width measure- - to clean and spray tho houses and .gives tho Certain it is that he is asking for Dlv. No. G Nat Llndloy, Center-towCoroner E. P. Rodgors. now mont, which In such cases is tho cor- - runs thoroughly as well as treat tho Lexington, Ky., Feb. 26 A flock largo appropriations to build " Dividing tho cubic birds, say poultry specialists of tho hospitals, when he absolutely refuses Tcct ono to use. FISCAL COURT. of 168 White Leghorn hens which feet by 5 and multiplying by 2 gives United States Department of Agricul- produced an average of 15.8 eggs per to send men who were disabled In County Board ot Examiners: E. S Meets first Tuesday in April and this war to the best hospitals that the approximate quantity In bushels ture. Howard, Mrs. Dirdlo MIdklff and October. Qreaso tho comb and wattles of tho hen for January and which was own- money can build. For corn In tho of shelled corn. Ira Jones. ed by Mrs. J. T. Wilson, of 1st District Ed .Shown, Hartford, 7 and multiply by fowls and chicks with a preparation shuck, divide by "Out of an appropriation of Teachers Instltuto, Sept. 13th was tho highest producRoute 3. 1 part kero-an- d 2. 'Multiplying tho cubic feet by 8 of kerosene and lard there was allotted to tho 17th. ing ono for that month out of tho Managers of tho Soldiers' 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav pointing off two decimal places seno to 3 parts of lard being very 47 demonstration flocks which aro Board of er Dam. EXAMINATIONS gives tho approximate quantity in careful not to uso too much of tho being Homes almost $5,000,000 to recon conducted by tho State College Srd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. or get any oi u in mo uirus struct theso hospitals. They took "barrels" of ear corn. A "barrol" of mixture of Agriculture ln cooperation with the Common School Diploma May 14 car corn is equal to 5 bushels of eyes or on other places where it Is various owners, according to a report tho Johnson City hospltajjn Tcnncsso 4th District O. W. Rowo, Center- town. nnd 15 at Hartford, Deavcr Dam 'not necessary, as it may cause in- for example, from which tho old solshelled corn or 10 bushels of ear ' which has Just bec.n made by J. Oth District W. C. Daughorty.BaUe- - and Fordsvllle.. Is 350 Jury If used too freely, corn, and its legal welgth who is in charge of diers of tho Civil War and tho town. May 21 and 22 County Teachorsr I Clean and spray tho coops and Holmes Martin n pounds. War wore taken tho poultry work of the college. Examination, at Hartford, (Whlto) sent to other hospitals. That Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. To measure hay, straw, and shred- -' houses thoroughly tho samo as for A flock of 1212 whlto Leghorns and May 28 and 29 County Teachers cu-- 1 poultry mites; also wet or spray the hospital was rebuilt at an expenso of 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. dotl stover in tho mow. Find the ' owned by A. J. Culver of .Christian more than $1,000,000 as a tubercu- 8th District D. C. Rhoades. Hart- Examlnotlon nt Hartford,' (Colored). blc feet by multiplying together the yards or runs, especially any dry, county was second on the list with ford, Route 6. Juno IS and 10 County and State length, width, and average depth of soil about the poultry houses, such as an average production of 12,7 eggs losis sanitarium, and it was rebuilt Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvllle, the space occupied. The number of dirt floors or the ground underneath for the month. A Boyle county flock under the plans and specifications HARTFORD. (Whlto). provided by tho National Tubercucubic feet in a ton will vary with tho a board floor, with a solution of salt Mayor J. E. Bean. of 52 Rhode Island Reds owned by June 2Gand 2G County and State length of time the product has been and water, which helps to keep the Mrs. Eugene Culton was losis Society of America. That socieClerk J. A. Howard. third on tho Teachers' Examination at Hartford, stored. For inventorying purposes, ground moist and prevents the fleas list with an average production record ty says it is tho finest tuberculosis Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). figures based on storage for flVe from breeding. hospital In all tho world. It has a toMarshal E. P. Casebler. of 12 eggs. Sopt..l7 and IS County nnd State months or more can be used. In tal bed capacity of 1,000 and yet to Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. ROCKPORT very hour they have sent to that general, it will be approximately ac- - Molo a XuNnncc on Farm Hut His HEALTH OFFICIAL GOES this (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. Coat Is Valuable. , hospital only 223 tubercular patients curate to use tho following figures: EAST FOR SPECIAL WORK Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Stater Clerk N. II. Bratcher. To get tons of hay, divido cubic feet "The little gentleman In black vel- Bureau of War Risk, and befrom the Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, Ppllco Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Tiy 550. cause they have not sent mora ot 'vet" who caused the death of King Louisville, Feb. 26. Miss Jesslo O. (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. To get tons of straw, divide cubic William III by digging the burrow Yancey, they havo allowed tho Educational Secretary of tho them there feet, by G25. that tripped the English king's horse State Tuberculosis Association, left Vocational Board to use part of that To get tons of shredded stover, dl- - is finding his black velvet jacket a have 303 City hospital, and that board Reports from' Louisville this week for Atlantic Tldo cubic feet by C75. coveted possession. trainers there at present. Woman where sho was to attend the sessions To measure ricks. Measure the the leading fur dealers in this "Take the soldiers' homo at Maof the National Educational Associafrom the ground on one side try Indicate that the number of was remodeled at During this organization's rlon, Ind. That tion. an expense of $1,000 000 and it is the rick to the ground on the erlcan moleskins marketed during meeting thero various questions of other side. To this add width of rick the last fiscal year was 20 per cent persons engaged in tho tho most modern sanitarium for tho mEmm-Mitwammground. Multiply that sum by it- - greater than for the preceding 12 interest to i treatment of nerve diseases." at promotion of health work in the self and multiply the product by the months. The Bureau of Biological schools of FOR PERSONAL HYRIENR the country will be discussaverage length of the stack. For Survey, United States Department of Dissolved in water for douche stop ed. Crusade, pelvic HYDROPLANE IS TESTED mation; catarrh, ulceration and inflamlay that has been stacked five months Agriculture, is largely responsible for whichThe Modern Health encourage Recommended by Lydia E. was. Inaugurated to more divide this last product by 75 thi3 increase. In conducting demon-an- d or Finl:ham Med. Co. for ten year. school children In the regular perpub-gpofnt off two decimal places to strations in cooperation with the London, Feb. 19. Before a repreA healing wonder for natal catarrh, of health chores and which sore throat nnd tore oyer Economical. the approximate number of tons. He schools, State extension services formance sentative gathering of foreign pow Hal CZtraordinAfT rlmn.tna atwl nTL1.1 .. recently was Introduced into Kentuc- ers", including To measure stacks. Round stacks and other organizations, tho bureau the United States, Ja lSulefr. iOc. dniMatt. of m.ril hi For Children subjects given pan, .m3. ThPtooTo3rtCompMiT.Dto3.Mm forage vary so greatly in tho rela- - has encouraged tho eradication of ky, will be one of tho Norway and Holland, the first of A Safe Old Fashioned consideration. g public flight of a new tivo proportions of height and di- - the mole from territories where tho From Atlantic City Miss Yancey Remedy for Worms WW amctcr, as well as In shape, that no little animal has become a pest. Boys hydroplane was carried out at Seventy. five vearscontin. approximately accurato simple rule and girls clubs have been given an will go on to New York whero she Brough, near Hull, In ideal woather. special courses at tho uoui use is the beit testi. ZtMESSSP can bo given. In some parts of tho opportunity to study tho trapping will take some sszuriivrJifiuti Tho plane, the building of which rnonial PREY'S VERMIFUGE Life Extension Institute. Former has been country it is customary to put a methods-nioeffective and also the can offer yot. conducted with the utmost Is head of Keep a bottle always on 3 secrecy, Is of an entirely new shape, tain average quantity of forage into best way to care for the tiny pelts, President William H. Taft many of the forehand. It will help keep C 3rJ&'S&Ptfal each stack. Whero this is done tho The year's catch of moles yielded a this inbtitution and and is claimed to be something new in the little ones healthy most educators of the country are g approximated by peltry valuo in tho State of quantities can bo the way of craft. and happy, associated with its activities. 30cabottleatyour!nirs?t'aor the number of stacks and ton of $G0,000 and, duo to tho Before tho arrival on tho ground o central atot e; or if your dealer o by the average quantity ;l forts of the specialists, a costly nui- can't upnlyyou.aendhia name of tho visitors somo Internal fittings and 30c in alamo and we'll Succeed when everything else fails. wore removed by order ot tho Air per stack. A rule which will give sance has boen reduced. Lottlo promptly. end you J In nervous prostration and female FLETCHER'S E. a S. FREY. Btltkore, HI. FOR Ministry, who desire that they should ' weaknesse they are the supreme fairly close figures for average-shap- be kept secret. remedy, at thousands have testified. ed stacks is to measure tho vertical Western Stockmen Alarmed At Al- j FOR Menace, dlstance from ground to bulgo, and fitlfn Wectil s ICE WATER DANGEROUS the STOMACH TROUBLE add to this figure TO EQUAL BRITISH IN CHINA stock raisers of California havo It is the best medicine ever cold FRENCH SCIENTIST SAYS Tortical distanco from bulge to top; uccomo alarmed at tho approach of j over a druggists counter. multiply this sum by tho clrcumfer- - tue alfalfa "weevil to its Oregon and Washington, March 5 RepresenWILL YOU. Paris, Feb. 26. Ice water is tho enco of tho stack at tho bulgo and Nevada borders. Tho Insect Is ono tative Dyer, of Missouri, has reportTAKE OUR multiply tho resulting product by the 0f the most destructive alfalfa pests ed favorably from the Committee on. most dangerous drink if ono is hopcircumference at tho ground. Dlvld- - known. ' For this reason efforts haye Judiciary a bill designed to placo ing for long life. All drinks should routes open to the Allies and snapped Ing this last product by 1'2 will give been made to limit Its spread by American business on a footing with bo takenas hot as possible. These statements are included in, a the morale of tho German High Soa tho number of cubic feet, approxl- - quarantine, and methods of control British and Japanese Interests in Chireport made today to the Academy Fleet." mutely. (For more exact Informa- - navo been developed thru seven years na. In his report ho says: A Treabml lion on measuring hay in stacks, bco of experimental work by specialists occupies a stretch of ter- of Medicine by Professor Bolgy. "China (or WEAK BalaaHavm FINED UNDER VOLSTEAD LAW iCircular G7, office of tho Secretary, of the United States Dopartmnt of ritory h larger than continenLUNGS or Hay In Ricks and Agrlculturo. ""Measuring BATTLESHIPS ARE REST tal United States. The population Is Stacks. ")For hay in uncovered' ricks Spraying with arsenate of lead and four times as large as our population CONSUMPTION Tho Peter Breldt Browing Co., of and stacks the numbor of cubic feet arsenate of zinc has been found most and her climatic condition and natuWashington, March 7. Confirma- Elizabeth, N. J., got off easy and invary from 400 to 500. successful. Arsenate of lead is used ral resuroces are quite similar to ours. in a ton will tion of tho wisdom of Republican cidentally got somo free advertising UtYLaz. rellel at tho rate of 2 pounds of powder or For years through the work of our policy ln Congress ot steadily fighting when it was fined $15,000 for manu- A quick palps for thit tired, iweati. hemor. coughi, ia cheit nltht 4 pounds of commercial paste to each missionaries' and educators and tho for tho malntenanco l New Seeds From Slam. ot the battle- facturing for sale a "soft drink" con- rhicei, weak lunci or contumptloo. II it bslp you it coals yen Bstklag. " policy ship strength ot the Navy is contain- taining more than Seeds of a number of unusual 100 gallons of water applied at a rate operation of our of ono Tlants havo been recently recolved not to exceed 100 gallons per acre. wo have been building up a great as- ed ln a report made by Admiral por cent of alcohol. D. F. Collins, OHIO MEDICAL CO. at the quarantlno station of the U. S. Tho poison Is stirred in a little water set ot goodwill toward America on Coontz, chief of operations of the comptroller ot tho city and treasurer Department of Agriculture, Washing-Io- until it becomes a thin paste without the part of tho Chinese people. They General Board of tho Navy He says: ot the Democratic state convmlttco, is D. C, from J. F. Rock, one of lumps, thon diluted and strained; 2 know that America has no designs "Nothing that occurred during the head of the concern. tho department explorers in Slam. pounds of laundry soap, which assists on their territory and that tho close World War has servod Jo change the ' X Among theso aro a ln making the solution spread more commercial rotations ot tho two Re- opinion of the General Board as to DROP STATE MERGER FLAN rlco which is said to be extensively readily and stick to tho leaves, is publics will do much to strengthen tho vital Importance in war of the China and enable her to more success- battleship; the ship that can at once eaten by the natives of Slam, and an added. The movement to combine tho upcotton, not d Control methods aro described In fully copo with aggressors who do give and take heavy blows. other is a liltherto known in this country. The Farmers Bulletin 1185, which may have designs on her territory. The "Comment has been made from per part of Michigan with Wisconsin seeds will be propagated in the plant be had upon application to tho Unit- fact that tho trade between tho U. S. time to time ln the press and else- has been indefinitely postponed by detention station to guard against ed States Department of Agriculture, and China had quadrupled in tho where upon the comparatively little the Wisconsin legislature. It Is said o spreading any lurking plant disease Washington, D .C. last fifteen yoars prove tho possibili- actual fighting dono in the late war tho plan was dropped because of the which may have clung to them, and ties if we can bo placed on an equal by the battleship fleets, and tho con- obstacles that would bo raised by tooting with our competitors.' seed will bo tho To Warn Fiirmcrs of Frost. clusion has been drawn that because court action and tho probable decision Tho bill exempts American cor- of their apparent inactivity they were of tho supremo court on a case intested out in various parts of tho Washington, March 5. Tho UnitFeelitight all the tlmo. Don't lay o United States. ed States Weather Bureau will soon porations doing business in China of no uso and could bo dispensed volving such a fundamental chango in from work for days by taking calomel Michigan also didn't when pleasant taxes, In this with. The important service which boundaries. advise farmers how to protect their from Income and surplus keeps yo respect placing them on a par with they performed was neither generally like tho idea ot being vivisected. on your feet, whllorollevingyour trouj "Young Ducks Aro Rest For llrcedlng orchards from frosts. lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dortt t This is a new item contained ln tho British and Japanese concerns. Ducks are usually mated in flocks understood nor appreciated. In retake anything else. You can't afford 5 or 6 males agricultural appropriation bill for tho SUES YANK WHO BEAT HIM upon the potential fightiality it was of about 30 females with Bys it Eliminates poisons, cleansesA nat tern and relievos constipation.) as tho lattor do not fight each other. next fiscal year. Fruit growors suf- POLICE GUARD N. Y. CHURCHES ng1 power ot theso ships that the acSomo tlmo ago Samuel ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Tho number of malos may bo reduc- fer enormous lossos annually from tivities of all other naval craft was certain in results. On complaint of various ministers based. Throughout tho war it was Bormlan, "boat up" his former cap- in its effect andbefore ed to 1 for every 7 fomales about the frost damage which can be avoided will bo long again changed a thru heating and other protective that rollcs and equipment had been tho Grand Fleet at Scapa Flow or tain, B. D, Fink, Jr., and after tf first of March and completely displace calomel in ever n fine of $10 said It was worth home... Children can tak it freely anj month later to 1 malo for 8 or 10 fe- measures, If they havo reliable frost taken from churches nnd that even thereabouts which controlled tho had been robbed, all movement of the enemy ships. It $1000 for tho satisfaction it had giv- With perfect safety. Every bottlo guarmales. Active, healthy, maturo fe- predictions and information as to the anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non males of nbout 8 pounds weight minimum temporatures which may bo places of worship ln New York City was the soa power latent in tho bat en him, Fink took him at his word genuino without tho likeness and sign, expected. Tho Weather Bureau Is have been placed under pollco guard tleships which exorcised the prcssuro-- and Instituted suit tor $10,000 breeding. lure of I K, Grigsby. For salo by r should bo used for upon tho enemy which kept the soa m. sraiJiiAui, - Hutta .Select ducks with short nocks, mo- - tho only sourco from which such in- - until tho "crimo wavo" abates. um ' fornvntlon can bo obtained. So tho ontcrprising Republicans on tho agricultural committees havo gotten together and put one over for tho ENOUGH SOLDIER BEDS BUT MANY ARE EMPTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. HEAVER DAM. f " "" spo-'clall- , leaf-rol- ' 1; cJ.' " a"a '"',u ht there-widt- hs n. Ilender-sonouht- y, $46,-000,0- 00 , . Spanish-America- t ' ' coun-dlstan- co (Every Wants' Ara-ov- er Mothers use TORPEDO-CARRYIN- G et -- ' Revs YerMl LiC tie !! J torpedo-carryin- 3t Washing-countin- torpedo-carryin- g . Children Cry at itter d&tfWKDli D n CASTORIA lUDNEY-LlVERAN- three-fourth- J I i j one-sixt- o, IQH Tzf FOR. ONE MONTH' run-dow- does-D- "opon-door- one-ha- lf mbT n, black-kernol- ed USElIHER-LA- c 1 brown-tinte- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. second-generatio- n i trV-W-I- pay-In- poor-box- es s 'C " 4 t f iieJ ' ! 1 PWaT- - "gJtJ-- a- - A President Warren O, Harding with I YJLSON MEAN,r WELL mu icnsi possioio ueiay, as proponents ACHIEVEMENT RECORD regard Its early enactment ns noces-snr- y BUT READ HIS RECORD to keep out hordes ot undcslra-hl- o UN Promises nml Accomplishment Saved Ulllloni By Reducing Army Immigrants from southern And Stopping Lonns To 1'otmd on Opposite Hlilon Foreign Lands. Of Ledger. THE 66TH CONGRESS Washington, March 5. Tho Republican Congress, elected In 1918 when tho war was still on, inducted offlco tho following March and about to glvo wny to anothor of larg- or majority, hns brought about tho following results: Savod seven billions of dollars of tho taxpayers' money by appropriating that much less than asked by tho Democratic cxocutlvo departments. Saved tho Integrity and sovereignty of tho United States by rofuslng to enter Into tho loaguo of nations covenant without Americanizing reserva-- HA HI UNO HAH KKNTUOKY QIRL AS STEXOQRAPIIKH Washington, March 7. With tho In rcor-lnt- o ganlzatlon ot tho White- Houso staff, President Harding's personal stcnog- rnpners win do miss uorronella Mat-torFrankfort, Ky who has been In his Sennto offlco for sovoral years, nnd Miss Eva D. Uhl, Parkersburg, V. Va., formorly In tho offlco ot Senator Elkins. Doth have been employed In Harding headquarters slnco tho campaign began. 5. n, wasnington, March retirement of Woodrow Wilson to prlvato Ufa many members of Congress are forestalling tho historian by estimating Ills achlovomonts. To his discredit they dcclaro that ho Promised to usher in tho "now democracy" and becamo more autb-crnt- ic and aristocratic than any for' mer president, Promised labor In tho Clayton act not to uso tho Injunction against It and then did so through' tho Lover act. Promised to keep the country out of war after holding tho -- belief, to a Senate committee, that wo could not keep out of it. Promised to bring about freedom of tho Boas and then approved a disarmament plan which would lcavo England in control of It. Promised open covenants openly arrived at nnd then secretly permitted Belgium1 to pay her debt to tho United States in German bonds. for Promised nil peoples and then agreed to Japanese suzerainty over Shantung. Put a ban on, any higher price for wheat than $2.26 and permitted cot ton to soar to tho limit. Assisted Great Britain in putting over a league of nations schomo for tho maintenance of tho boundaries of empires in perpetuity. Asked for the placing in his hands of a blanket appropriation ot $150,-000,0for war purposes and made no accounting of It. Presided over an administration which during tho war and afterwards wasted more money than previously appropriated for the government since 1789. Dismissed Secretary Lansing for telling the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that ho had urged at Versailles that America bo more fully protected. To his credit they declare that he Meant well. 00 GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way " of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we - V m Boston, March 5. A national enm- palgn to gain tho rclcaso ot Eugene, V. Debs and all other "political prisoners," tho opening ot headquarters in Washington with an amnesty lobby on duty there and a demonstration nt the capital April 13, the second tion. lowering anniversary of Debs' Imprisonment, .Saved the farmer from woro announced by tho National Exmarkets and competition by pro- - ecutive Committee ot the Socialist tho War Trado Doard nnd elding an omorgency tariff on farm party today. products. Saved tho lives of tho soldiers ot -MRS. ALICE GRESHAM DODD, the war by providing hospitalization mother of first Amcrlcnn rudtraining and by the nnd vocational dier killed in France, who gives tpassago of tho bonus bill. cntltc credit for recovery of her Saved tho peoplo from further den health to llio medicine, predations by investigating tho wastTiinlnc. billions In tho Shipping ing ot two Board, two billions in government control of utilities and ono billion In so com-potltlwell-know- Saved tho country, as a whole, from furthor domination by tho Southern .cabal which boosted cotton nt the of wheat nnd favored tho South in war appropriations. Saved labor from continued In Democratic hard times by .greatly restricting foreign Immigra- out authorization ot lawjind without SOCIALISTS START 'XATIOXAL continued war to necessitate them. DRIVE TO LIBERATE Savod tho railroad properties of tho country by turning them hnck to their prlvnto owners nfter a cost to tho tnxpayors of a billion and a half during government control. Saved tho telegraph and telophono lines In llko mnnnor nfter thut service Jiad boon completely demoralized un-dgovernment operation. Saved tho rnllroads from subsequent demoralization and bankruptcy by tho enactment of tho constructive law. Savod tho American merchant marines by tho ennctment ot the Jones law providing for ownership" solely .Ijy Americans and for tho extended dovelopmont. Saved tho treasury from, further loans to foreign governments withor Ksch-Cumml- tions. PACKER EMPLOYES EIGHT WAGE CUT Chicago, March 4. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Declaring that throughout the country would resist to tho last Jlich a reduction in wages walking and a return to tho ton-hoday, a formal call was Issued here today for a national conference ot tho employes nt Omaha on Mnrch 9 nnd 10. DenTho call which was Issued nis Lano of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen's Union, declared that tho Omaha conference would "tako such action as might bo necessary to protect the interest of tho workers In view of the recent withdrawal by tho packers arbitration agreefrom tho war-tlm- o ur the 200,000 packing houbo employes BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad5; in THE If You ment." " DEBS HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ) Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY HOME BREW EXPLODES in New An explosion occurring York city blew out nil tho windows of a large apartment houso and shook tho grqund so that a bomb outrage was suspected. A fire alarm was turned In and a riot call was sent to However, thero was no tho ppllco. flro and no bomb. Tho fuss was all on account ot soma powerful homo browt which had exploded. 4 MAY MAKE EKRON CApiTAIi . OF MEADE COUXTV .aircraft. . - Surgoons agroo.JJiat In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises -- and Wounds, the first treatment Is most important. "When an efficient antiseptic Is applied, promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For uso on man or ibeastf Borozone is tho ideal Antisep tic and healing agent. Buy It now and bo ready for nn emergoncy. Price 2Cc. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m The Ohjo County Drug Co. LHHHHHHIIb' sEmm. IN SAME REGIMENT TWENTY-OXE YEARS Boston, March 5. High tribute to Sergt. Ernest J. Trutnor, ot Service Company, 13th Regiment, is paid in Dovons Brandenburg, Ky. March 4 Mass meetings aro being held at Ekron to stimulate a movement to change tho county seat of Meade County from Brandonburg to that place. The matter rests finally with a vote ot the people. Ekron Is near the center of tho county, while Brandenburg Is at tho extremo northern end. it Tho following remarkable In Use Over Years was mado recently by Mrs. Allco Always bears Grasham Dodd, tho mother of Corpor Some Hindus today aro able to the al Jas. B. Qresham, who was tho first Signature of communicate with one another In this way, he tells us. They can also sim American soldier killed in France. ulate death for as long a3 70 years, ?n0 statement was made at tho Qresh- WARM, FEBRUARY am Momorlal Home, which was pro after whlch they emerge with a com pletely new brain which receives imscnted to her by tho patriotic peoplo On Feb. 15. Des Moines reported pressions as a child's brain does. of Indiana as an evidence of their appreciation of the services render- a temporaturo ot 72 degrees, tho They may live another normal lifeCUTS OUT OWN APPEXDLY highest in the 41 years that the re time, he says; but the experiment ed to his country by her son. Tho shock of her son's death re- cords cover. Indianapolis registered cannot be repeated. Should ovoryono suffering from apwere in regular "Tho pendicitis follow tho example of Dr. sulted In a sorlous breakdown in Mrs. 69, the warmest day slnco 1911; Chi Dodd's health, but every one will cago 64, La Crosse 60 and Milwaukee communication with certain ot the I. O. Kano, of Kano, Pa., surgical may b personally perform- learn with interest and pleasure that 52. stars," says Prof Llnckewlcz. Finally the race became superhuman and ed "while you wait." Dr. Kane, who Lsho is now In splendid health again. Excuse received .by a teacher for when their brain was Is CO years old has been a surgeon Mrs. Dodd glve3 the entire, credit for their intelligence suddenly snapped. 37 years, during which time ho has her recovery to tho celebrated medt- - a pupil's absence; "Dear Teacher: Pleaso excuse They wero steeped in debauchery and 4000 appendicitis cjno, Tanlac oporated state they were She said: After my dear boy's I John's a6fRnce tmm school yosterda In a cases, laid himself on the operating table and while a nurse propped up death I had a general breakdown in las he fell, In tho mud. By doing same reduced gradually to a few millions. Tils head with pillows so ho could sea health. At first It was just indiges- you will greatly oblige hts mother." Then for six or seven centuries the who world wa3 peopled by half-wit- s lio calmly cut open his abdomen, tion. My food would upset me, and I also AUSTRLYN'RIOLOGIST carefully dissected I had to diet m'yself carefully, destroyed the cities they had built, Tho tissues wore n had rheumatism KNOCKS DARWIN COLD pulled down the mighty civilization with severe pains in and blood vessels closed as the approached his appondix'. On my ohoulders, back and nrms and their forefathers had raised, engaged Darwin aroused mixed feelings in in bloody wars amongst themselves locating this troublesome organ ho at times I would suffer greatly, and .pulled it up, cut it rs't and bont tho my Joints would become swollen and tho human race whenhe pointed up and finally became again what they stump under. He administered a lo- stiff. I was hardly able to do but into their ancestral troes n'hd. show- had been in tho beginning a race of . , cal anesthetic himself and a few hours very little about tho house and at ed them a monkey as their original monkoys." "A mnnkev. therefore." says tho after tho oporatlon" announced that times could not ovon cook a meal, I progenitor, or at least as a near col- ho was doing nicely. Some tlmo ago became very norvous and restless nndl lateral relative. Many people wor- - learned, professor, "Is a human Idiot Dr. Kano .amputated ono of his own nt night would He awako for hours. rlod at tho thought that their proto degraded by centuries of insanity,"; "A friend ot mine advised me to types had bodies which were covered During the, 20th century, wo are told, lingers. try Tanlac. I am "glad I did for it with a heavy jnattlng of hair, and tho tho world has advanced "a hundred . proved to bo tho best medicine I ladles especially revolted at tho Idea centuries toward bestiality and will 'CONGRESS, HOON WILL GET ALIEN HILL WILSON KILLED havo oyer taken. It soon gave me a ot not having a smooth face on which within 2000 yoars bo peopled again splendid appetite and rolioved me en- to apply powder and rdugo. by apes." This Is a glorious prospect My rheumaA large portion of mankind refus- Indeed, whon we are doing our host Washington, March 5. Tho Im- tirely of Indigestion. migration Restriction Bill, which was tism also disappeared and 1 am now ed taaccept Darwin's teachings, but it to make the world safe for democrawith tho now appears that ho might havo said cy not for monkeys. "pocket" vetoed by President Wood-to- nblo to do my houso-wor- k In 1904 Prof. Llnckewlcz predicted Wilson, will be ono of tho first groatest ease. My nerves are steady much moro. Prof A, Llnckewlcz, old Austrlcan biologist, has pub- that tho 20th century would be ono moasuros Introduced In the coming and strong. I sleep well at night nnd my health la better than in years. I lished a book entitled "Tire Beast in ot almost continuous war, He now' special session of tho Congross, according to congressional shall always bo grntef ul for what Man", the perusal of which shows repeats his assertion and further t Darwin up as a "plkor," Man, accord-- 1 claims that the lately drawn peaco "leaders. It is tho plan to send It to Tanlac has done for me." "V over-reachy sur-jjoo( Bayonet. Sergeant Trutner, known 16 regimental associates as "Pie," is tho dean ot tho regiment In point of sorvlco, and "tho oldest young man in camp." He enlisted in tho 13th In 1900, and has been on duty with that outfit ever since. Tho name of Trutnor is a tradition with tho 13th Regiment Sergeant Trutnor's father and throe brothers .having soon sorvlco under its colors. the current lssuo ot tho Camp CASTOR rA For Infants and Children For 30 lng to this scientist, is not only de- - J treaties contain the germs ot 104 ment whereby It is in the power of scended from monkeys but monkeys possible wars, Involving tho United few men to condemn to death by States, England, France, Italy, Ja starvation of millions." With Prof. arc descended from, a race of men Tvho, from being over- - pan, Australia, Greece and other Llnckewlcz predicting, that the next world is a monkey world only 2000 clvlllzed, finally sank Into barbarism countries ot Europe and Asia. Society of tho present day-ha- s been years off and with our own renownnnd from thence into savagery, evenmado ill by false culture, says the ed Edison promising to. communicate tually becoming1 monkeys again. Archaeological Siscoveries in Chi Austrian, and this culture "is a can- with, tho next world by phone, thero na, Egypt, Russia, Italy and else- cer eating into the flesh of humani- "should bo somo rather startling dls- ty.'.' In another century all the great closurea within the next century. where, claims tho Some of our good friends will probconclusively that a Inventions of' today will be forgotten, professor, prove civilization older than the Atlantic the world having becomo so intensely ably not like this theory of Prof. ocoan existed when what is now tho modern that it will begin to decay. Llnckewlcz's; it is too much monkey-businesthey will say, and we can't United States was a sea. "Tho hu "Then will follow the reversion to man race Inhabited the earth at that type, or the descent to barbarism,' blame them. There is no doubt that the Austrlans made monkeys out ot time,' ho says "was the result of 50 we are told. The thrilling climax to all this bug- themselves In the late war by allow centuries of evblution from the primeval ape and was far more highly de- aboo science is contained in the dras- ing tho Gorman3to lead them by a veloped than 13 the civilization of to- tic remedy suggested by the dis- chain thru the nose. But that's no He reason why the rest of the world day, although along different lines." tinguished Austrian professor. ForTnstance, he says, "telephony had urges abolition of religion, money and should follow their example. "system of govern been replaced by telepathy, and i. the present-da- y was possible for a busiaess man' In China to send an order to an agent In Scandinavia by simply concentrating the processes ot his thought on the certainly want to subject and transporting his mind for money, and you tho moment to tho other end of tho would like to have better bakings. earth." pro-histon" YOU biggest thing you con do to improve the quality of your bakings and lower baking costs. Calumet is made in the largest, most 8anltary Baking Powder Factories in tho World. No Bak-in- g Powder Is made under better conditions none can be better in quality. Then use Calumet It's the dients as have been officially enthe U. S. Pure Food An absolute guaran . teethat it is pure. dorsed by Authorities. It contains only such ingre- CALUMET BAKING POWDER World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago Paris Exposition, Paris, France positive proof of its superior merit. awwrae It received highest Awards, " It is used by more house- CthatfkCnum Recipe 3 cupa pastry flour. 3 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder. H cupbutter.Uf cups pranulateq euger, 3 ees Whites I teatpooaof orango 5 cup cold wives and domestic scientists than any other brand. All you have to do Is to compare costs to determino how much you can save by buying Calumet. Gluten is the muscle building part of flourwhicn"l3 of greatimportance. To be sure you get It in your plain flour an tfijood baking powder, (not flour), bak-nfisuself-risin- g It is sold at a moderate price. Vr.llcn!t water, jut U w 58-ye- ar extract. Then mix iauiarteuUrwajh Sixty-seven- th v v w point, tho Republican MUTUAL AGREEMENTS ',,ny' Thore nro now 10,200 posts! 2, iso units, according to National counties are only 5 per cent hohlnd FORWARDS BUSINESS anda,,QUnrtera 1EPRESENTATION tho Democratic agricultural counties, yet thty nro 40 per cont behind In re- Alvln W. Owsley, of Austin, Tox., IolInr' "Worth Of Ono Ought To 1 . ' Mutual understanding nnd ,, , fair who was n pioneer in American Leg-to- n ,' oounwes ..re a,...B Jejuni . Dollar' Worth of th() fourul(ltoll of th nr(j organization In tho Southwest, has The Other." , much larger revenue than they , whch boen appointed nsslatant director of In representatio- n-) receiving returns j Smmufllatoly following tlio election in umur wums, uunib utcu niiuuuv In Sullivan County, Indiana, accord- tho Legion's Amorfeanlsm Commisoth-- r representation! sion. M,r. Owsloy Is a spenkor of Courier-Journnnd :sl JS2I)ihe ing to n writer in the curront number national promlnenco and acquired It happens thnt tho large coal-prDemocratic nowapnpers In Icatllntf of tho Illinois Central Magazlno. Tho lbs Statn Jaunched an attack upon duclng counties of the Stato Ho In 'writer, who is engaged In investigat ospcclal recognition among nun for his offorts In obtaining tho this mountain section pf the State, the mountains, and that it Is tho sec-- J ing tho tone of farmer-railwa- y relawith .the result that Federal Agents tlon of tho Stato thnt has been so un- tionships in tho territory served by pnssago of a bill In tho Tcxas legiswtro ent Into Dell nnd Harlan coun justly discriminated against by tho tho Illinois Central System, found the lature providing a million and a halt dollars for a hospital at Korrvlllo, tlta to Investigate the alleged fraud. party sponsored by tho Courier-Journfarmers of Sullivan County uniform Texas. to lean back in his swivel chair ly friendly toward weeTts spent In n search for After the road which he tho agents of the De- In tho city nnd write about tho ovlls represents. sections yet Whan tho employment bureau of partment of Justice roported that of the As typical cases of tho little things found sufficient evidence ho would not know tho drift mouth which go to mako torji spirit of co the American Legion in St, Paul enmen to Justify prosecution. Then It was of a coal mine from tho mouth of a operation,, tho writer cites tho stories rolled four hundred writhing Democratic orator. It is rather nkln out of Jobs, O, W. Krnuso, socretnry that .tho Courier-Journa- l, told by two farmers whom he Internntlnrrtho smart of defeat, launched to foul ploy to sponsor a party that viewed, ono showing tho sense of hon- of tho bureau, appcslod to the pubpresent tax esty lic of St. Paul thru tho local nowsIs responsible for tho .an attack upon the and Integrity held by a rallwny of tho State, charging them laws of the Stato, and then condemn agent, tho other showing tho same papers. As a result, more than ono counties hundred men found employment In with .falling to contribute their just tho very peoplo that havo len denied spirit in the farmer. one day. .of the Revenuss of tho Stato. a voice in making tho laws. portion Tho agents case is told by II. J. I do not desire to see tho Stato The attack has been persistently Slner, a horse raiser and shlppor of Tcppt up, augmented by signed articles gerrymandered to tho advantage of near Now' Lebanon. Every American Legion post in Mr. Sinor had that coincide with tho opinion of tho any party. I do want to see the Stato recently purchased two tickets from K,lngs Country, N. Y., hno adopted a that qno man from his homo to Frceport, 111. A .few days ward in Fox Hills Hospital, Stnten so rokl lady on the Corner." Jlcfore I attempt to answer any of Meade county will not have tho voice later ho received a letter from the Island, N. Y. which shelters more charges, I want of six from Plko county. I want to agent jc Courier-Journal- 's informing him that he had than ono thousand disabled vetornns that all Jt distinctly understood that, I never see the Stato so been overcharged for his tickets and f the World War. The Legion mem Invosted In coal property the peoplo will have a voice In tho refunding aJ the amount of tho over- bers havo established n regular sche ia say life; that all I know about the making of tho laws, and that all the charge, which was $8. dule of visits, entertainments nnd joiU same Is what I learned as a State may bo criticised or condemnThe farmer's case Is cited by C. P. gift parties as well as a system of as- -' Eslntr; and that as a miner I had U- ed because of tho passage of certain Springer, another Now Lebanon farm distance in obtaining compensatlol) tile In common with the operator for laws. .' er, one of whose hogs escaped Into and other rights of their comrades. sections of the The nicny years of struggle In unionizing the railway right of way last spring xny .section of tho State District 19. State feel tha they are paying and did not return. Tho man, of Blll Marvin, an section ' pay until "Bar I make tho assertion without fear all tho tax they are duo to foreman called his attention to a hog Mulberry, Kan., found real help In J successful contradiction that the they are enfranchised, nnd if "the which had been killed by a train but the Fred Hutchison Post of tho Amwants to see the tax Mr. tfwakjirnduclng sections of tho State Courier-JournSpringer said that ho had been erican Legion at Mulberry and tho jiaylng an equal portion of the on coal or any of its allied products unable to identify are the dead hog as his Ben Fuller Post, of Pltt3burg, Kan. tax, let It ask a tax, aud Jar more than their Just pay a higher rate of and although he received a claim While a member of tho 106th Infanof the State, so that portion, based on representation. To blank from an agent, he declined to try, Marvin suffered disability which sabslantlnte that charge I submit the those who will be affected by the tax- make a claim In a case about which necessitated his removal to Arizona. following Representative Districts, ation, may have a voice. We have The Mulberry post staged a benefit there wns some doubt. oliwn! which are taken from farm-ta- p borne in silence long enough the InThe interviewer discussed farm dance, tho entire proceeds being given scrflons of the State, and nine of justice heaped upon us by the hand and railway problems with farmers to Marvin and the Ben Fuller Post of gerrymander and dirty legislation. throughout the county, Including wMub nrc taken from the also aided him financially. I venture the guess that the people" and submit them to the pubsections, r rutn nntintv trl11 irn,ln frnm ffiir representatives of tho executive comlic a a comparison. The population ll A meeting of Post mlttee of the county farm bureau, a Phased upon the censu3 of 1920. to middling with any other county In No. 78, of Pontlac, 111., was tho scene whom he sat in TtniL let us look Into nine Democratic tne Stale, yei wnen iko uiusuii syuaua Each farmer was asked to mako any )f tho presentation of the DistinguishRepresentative Districts; and set op- In the House of Representatives, 26, constructive criticism or suggestion ed Service Cross to Sorgcant Isadore 475 people speak thru him; when Mr. posite them Nine Republican which ho held In connection with the Solomnn, of that city, who was cited Dear in mind that tho nine Cox, from Anderson county speaks, farmers-- The building of stock for extraordinary heroism in recovyet tsasnilesln each tabulation represents only 9,882 people speak thru him, pens at Sullivan to encourage the ering an airplane message In ftont of Jfistrict, and that the Nine Demo tho voice of Cox is Just ns loud as shipping of stock over the Illinois he line near Sommantho, France, Noirraxlc Districts are from farming sec that of Mason. When Mr. Bosworth, Central lines to Indianapolis, keep- vember 4, 1918, In tho face of heavy iJsjHs and the nine Republican from from my own county of Bell speaks, ing scales at the loading pens In the machlcn gun fire. 33,996 peoplo speak; when Mr. Bol ownership niiJ producing of the railway, the rearing, of Meade, speaks, only the voice rangement Democratic. The fact that a veteran who gets of freight train schedules 9,882 of 9,442 people Is registered, yet Mr. to avoid extra handling of stock, tne Into trouble with the law Is an ex- Jtwtfsrson 18,532 Doling commands as great a strength need for keeplg fences along tne right servlco man will not be emphasized SimUty ,.. 11,784 as Mr. Bosworth. Take us into part- of way in repair these were among by tho Associated Press, according to "SKsxsOrnrd 12,205 nership give us a chance to help .Jefisunlne tha suggestions made suggestions orders Issued to Its superintendents 14.998 untie the fetters of disfranchisement which have been referred to the man and correspondents. SajJc. Tho American recognize us as citizens before you agement '....15,798 32xr2son Legion at its Second annual convenfor consideration. . 16,481 add more to our burdens. XSoeoin Among the farmers who were in- tion passed a resolution urging tho G. J. JARVIS, 9,442 ...... .-JUeaaJe press to adopt a similar policy. terviewed were: i I Tax Clerk, Auditor Public Accts R. W. Akin, Frank MaSullivan 109,122 Sblal plan by which thouaands of memA son, H. S. Benson, ttossCampbell, J. CEKAMvP- Ilepubllcnn' W .Wilson, J. J. Durham and W. R. bers of , the American Legion might 33,996 T3cH Hlckey.' bo given a free course In government of McLean 49,447 Z5S& Mr. Ernie Robertson, Merom H. C. Buff, A. N. B. Bur- Is proposed by Representative Hamil-33,353 County, visited his sister, Mrs. J. H. ton, Fred H. Johnson, C. E., Watson, ton Fish Jr., of New York, an AmeriYfahtenburg 35,883 Wood and Mr. Wood last week. Chziaian Joe McNabb, C. W. Coo'per and Dan can Legion member. Mr. Fish sug; 27,749 "Hnii2lEy Miss Lorene Everley, who is at- Gettinger. gests that each member of the Houe spent 34,010 tending schools at Rockport, TPoIrahl New Lebanon J. S. McNaughton and Senate bring a Legionnaire to with her Glua ,j. 26,475 Saturday and Sunday B. Everley. par- O. R. Wlllard, H. J.' Slner, John F. Washington for three months as"one 29,281 ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. XiojA, of the secretaries permitted him In Allen and C. F. Springer. Mr. W. S. Hill was in Hartford his office and rcplaco him at the end Riverton Addison Drake. 270,224 Friday night and Saturday. 'Total of the period with another and so on. Sullivan, the county seat of "a Miss Vetra Heflln, of West Provisame line of comparison let the County; is the home of Postma- Mr. Fish has already otarted a relay as. lake districts that are composed of dence, Is the guest of her brother, ster-General of New York Legion members in his Will H. Hays. tsw counties, and see how the com- - Mr. E.J3. Heflln. office. Mrs. J. H. Wood visited her brothSaxeil population compares: Rock and other er, M.r. Will Robertson Democratic. An appeal has been made to NaLay and Weigh tional Headquarters of tho American CjutoU and Gallatin v13,010 relatives near Pond Run, last week. 20,007 Harrol D.tho little son of Mr. and Legion by officers of the American Booae and Grant. ?&3las and Robertson ....13,765 Mrs. E. C. Heflln, is quite sick at this I am In better position to pieaso and French Children's League to aid my customers than over before. For the League in its distribution of sov-er- al 17,113 time. tlalKtt and Spencer Miss Grace Hill spent from Friday twenty years I have culled and matmillions of popples, which the 63,895 until Sunday with M13S Laura Ford, ed until I now have a yard of Barred women of France Jiavo made to be Total Rocks that Is the peer of any. llvpubllcuii. of Hartford. worn on Memorial Day. Tho 50,509 Mr. J. II. Wood was In Hartford) This year I have mated my fine 'XciKher nnd Perry bo sold In all parts of the 41,643 Monday. cock that produced such fine birds United States and tho proceeds will "Harlan and Leslie 27,884 MrrFlnls Rowo Is on the sick list. last year as a cockerel, with the best be ussed for French and American aSsCrcary and Wayne 27,615 Miss Ora Everley Is visiting rela- hens and pullets and am ready to fur- war orphans. vClior and Owsley tives at Nelson. nish eggs at ?3.00' for 15 or $5.00 m Mrs. Nettie Williams Is visiting her for 30, 147,651 CAItD'OF THANKS. Total Ab father, and have la tho first table the average popu-latfo- n Mr. Mr.Hill, Hill, week.his brother, vy I well-ma- also mated three extra hea this J. J. per Democratic or agricultural and finely barred cock We wish to express our most sinerels with a choice lot of hens and cere thanks to our many friends who 'JKstrlci. Is 13.640; while tho average FAIR VIEW. pullets and am ready to furnish eggs were so kind to us during the short sas- - Kcpubllcan, or coal producing In the second e "Private Dallas Wright, of Camp at $1.50 for-1- 5. 2rtScrclt is 33,778. sickness and death of our infant son, A few extra fine cockerels and Robert Jones." tha average per Democratic or Dlx, N. J Is at homo on a thirty pullets at a bargain If taken at oncev 3,7tlp aSJicaUnral District is 15,973; while trays' furlough. Sincerely, Mrs. Llnnfe 'Ashford and sister. Eggs lor incubator for 100, prices Mr. and Mrs. C. M. HAWKINS. the average per Republican, or Miss Frankie Wiight, dtemicd the on application. District is 36;912. 30tf birthday pariy of Miss Beatrice ford XhD above 24 Representative Dls-5JNO. B. --WILSON, SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER comprising fifteen Agricultural of Central Grove, Friday night, March ap counties, 4th, and returned homo Sunday. v oatl fifteen The children, grandchildren nnd AMERICAN' LEGION NEWS Miss Orbie Ford, of Central Grove ranhrnce a total population of 590,-.Wfriends of Aunt Kate Stroud, of accompanied Miss gave her qulto a1 surprise- in Of that number twelve Repub- neighborhood, Proof that disabled veterans aplicans represent 417,875, or 70 per Frankie Wright home, to stay a few preciate tho offorts of the American the form of a dinner on March 2, in caa. and twelvo Domocrats represent days. Legion in their behalf Is provided honor of tier seventy-fir- st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Garlln Nolsou visited by statlsltcs showing that of tho - Aunt Kate , although seventy-on173,017 or 30 per cent. Take tho same group of counties their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John number of men confined enjoyed It in the spirit of sixteen, A fine dinner wns set, and about .taara w taxation standpoint. Tho Wright Saturday night and Sunday. In hospitals of thirty states, d Mrs. Tom Ashford, of Horton, vis- are Legion members. The figures seventy-eigenjoyed XiwHint of taxes paid into tho Stato the feast. ited her daughter, Mrs. Otha Daniel, werov obtained from a repo'rt of Tauasure by tho Sheriff of the the Gamos were played In the afternoon, counties totals f 642, last week. Service Division of National Head- by tho younger folks, while tho oldTho two year old son of Mr. nnd quarters, based on a Legion nation- er ones seemed to be intersted In tho CI&S.TO; while thg fifteen Democratic n to Mrs. D:o Tucker, fell recently, pay next hunch of County officers. ir ngrlcultural counties, entireIngroup I hoad striking n rock from which his al census. he Tho ol at $706,048.58. Those prosont wore her chlldron, in sustained ijy in through their Shorlffs, a to-- 1 Dr. Duff, aofsevere gash wns his head Tho week ondlng February 26 was Mrs. G. D Heflln, Mr. S. C. Brown, Dundee, called to one of the most successful In tho hlsA Mrs. II. E .Bishop, Mrs. J. W. Chan SUot ?l,a,lS,YJ.O.SU, 01 wiucu i "" pay 47 per cont, and the dross the wound and the llttlo fel- tory of tho American Legion and cellor, and Mr, H. T. Maddox, in admliiHcans neighbors Mempurnts 53 per cent. This doos low is gating along nlcoly now. Wumon's Auxiliary of that organiza dition to M,rs. Leslie Noson visited her par- tion from tho standpoint siot take into consideration the tax of now posts and frfendV.- wa reported by all A fin tlm-tfcoivad on franohlnos and corpora-to- ii ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wright, Sun-dn- y and units. Eighty two poits of the ' night. which' lu ovry caso will Legion nnd soxenty-thre- o unls of the piosenttnd wishing her at least 71 Mrs. Louisa Wright, who has been Women's Auxiliary, were added. Ap- -. more birthdays 'tho attendants disaher. u .large margin in -favor of the on the sick list for some time. Is no plications for thirty-tw- o counties.tj chapters for persed In a happy framo of mind. tho Auxiliary wore recolvcd In ono By ono present, . Vigurins from a. financial btand- - "unci in mis niiiiug. - ;0N MINUS "A Lower Operating Costs Tho big problom confronting tlfo business farmer today Is "How can I lower my operating costs?" To this thero Is only ono answer, "Powor Farming.' You or your fnthor answered It the samo way when tho scytho was "discarded for tho mower and reaper. Two years ago you did not havo to answer this question bocauso you could mako money no matter how exponsivo tho old methods. But tho next year's crop costs will have to bo figured on an efficlont production basis, tho samo ns any other mnnufneturor. Samson powor points tho way out. Tho Samson Model "M" tractor, by displacing horses, saving food nnd othor expenses, as woll as hired bolt work for silo filling, thresh-In- g o(c, will glvo you not bnly a. better nnd easier means of doing your work but It will cutown ypur cost of production the samo as It has that of your farmer competitor. Nearly two hundred thousand farmers hnvo purchased tractors during tho past year and through uso of this powor, which is less costly than horso power, have saved money, tlmo nnd labor. Tho tractoc will do for you what It has dono for thorn. Your business rests with you. It Is n question of profit or loss, you, as n business farmer, can not afford to operato nt cost or at a loss. You must mako a profit. Competition is ns strong on" tho farm as" In any other business. Power farming wllh',0. Samson Model v ."M". tractor Is your-salvajlo- n. -k al o- al -- Don't delay tho Introduction of powor mothods. Ynur profits start tho minute you put a Samson Model "M" tractor on your farm not only In your field work, but In tho operation of all your machinery. Got ready for your spring work now. belt-driv- f - al -- g' M.L. Aarvlg-Campbo- DIs-ajonl- a. i Place your order with us for a Samson, do it now nnd bo assured of prompt nnd early delivery of ono of the most economical tractors "- to bo had. ACTON BROS., - Hartford, Ky. , ' sff$ vtflfcsl vfMrflP SmthA r viI'm VsCwi?ut Kings nuy be ihotn of their po er Cipuliu may wavet nd fill ew k CT0W1 by hir beauty ,'xem " evet k OM"n ' Barred ill iWftBl I 1 And,vhafljriereefofconquejtf " v "t! VJ S " r Yct (hac her tkln U Lice velvet 'k" k" k" ''' Nor even the theeno'f her hair. de , ta-iI- i vjt, -- r.Jut the potte and the pace of her figure Her movement! k tupple and free The delicate curvet of her tlnuoui form "Which U all very limple." iay ihe.; t 1, Coal-produci- Z. n, - e, one-thir- ht -- f cotltie, It'i the cor that doe It Tho' I coul Jn't expect you to know It'i the cotsetlhcy call the "Live Model'' Andjt'j other name'j r." 1 , I C grand-chlldro- txs, Carson . k'joal-producln- Hartford, Kentucky. Co