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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, tuckya FRIDAY, MARCH NUMBER 38 ballot, as tho prison officials claim will continue ns long as public ofto the Influence of Term Has Been a Busy One; Troops In Readiness For thl3 method will prevent the prison- Technicality ficials surrender Delays Shipers from obtaining 'scribbling paper' JVIrs. EdgerTakes Husband's tho mob and havo not tho courage to Clash On Polish-Germa- n with which they eventually would Grand Jury Returns ping Board Selecpunish those guilty of their resist and Place Pending Probe bo enabled to carry on communicaEvery member of this formation. Frontier. Indictments. tions. Of Lynching. tion between themselves while conmurderer, made and declared nob is a fined to cells. such by tho laws of tho commonThe incoming voters are cordially wealth. Washington, March 15.-Tspo-c- lal By Robert J. Prow. Tho Ohio Circuit Court, In all pro welcomed at tho railway station nnd 'Versailles, Ky., March 14. Ken"I call upon all peaco officers and session of the Senate which con.London, March 15. The stage Is on tho way, nnd upon their arrival bability will bo In session until to tucky's flrsY voman Jailer was np-- 2 all thoso chargeablcTwIth the enforcevened March 4 to confirm Important winding out ono of tho bu- being set for another conflict in Eu the scenes at the railway station pointed today by" County Jiidgp ment ot law to bring these murderers morrow, family reunions on a gigantic appointments of tho new administraas tho rosultof tho lynching to Indictment and conviction, to tho siest terms held In a long time. rope. Tonight the Polish legation tion adjourned sine die today without in London handed out a statement scale. horo yostordny of Richard James, a end that law, and not the mob, shall Judgo Slack has, by willing receiving from tho White House any of tho Attorneys, been ablo to which follows: m negro, hy a mob of 50 men. Tho Judge bo supremo In Kentucky I call tho nominations for membership on tho "There Is a considerable concentra ILVRTFORD CHRISTIAN , E. Edger, attontlon ot all those having charge dispose of an unusual amount of buappointed tho wlfo 6t John CHURCH IL1S PASTOR shipping board. during tho two week's term, tion of German troops on tho entire who was reinovedfrom offlco by of prisoners and tho iluty ot their pro- siness Tho delay in shipping board selecfrontier. The troops Tho Grand "Jury mado final report German-Polis- h 'Governor Morrow, to tection to the clamntion of law and Mr. Wm. Savage has been procured tions, which generally had been ex"serve as Jailor pending tho outcome wnrn thorn that this law shall and last Saturday and was discharged. surpass in number tho cntiro forces pected to bo ready for Senate considof Edgor's appeal for which ho Is al- will bo rigorously enforced as long asi Following are tho indictments filed allowed to Germany by tho treaty of as pastor for the local Christian church. Mr. Savage has also accept- eration today, was attributed to a. malicious peace. lowed ton dnys. governor of tho commonwealth.' Jn Court: Jess Sarver, I am ' Th Inquest Into tho doath "This news proves that a decision ed tho pastorate of tho Church at technicality of the merchant marina striking and wounding; Jack Stewart, of Edger Officially Itcmotcd. act requiring that all soven members James was not hold today as had been proclamation of tho governor having liquor In possession for sale; has been made by Germany not to Forclsvllle and Beaver Dam. PreachTho Olllo TIchenor illegal salo of liquor, abide by the result of tho Upper ing dates to be as follows: Hartford of the new board must be named be may bo held tomorrow, vacating the offlco follows: planned. It ould assume his du 4 cases; Cortls Royal, housebreaking; Sllesian plebiscite in the event that on the first, Fordsvllle on tho sec- fore any tho coroner stated tonight, hut In tho "To'the People ot Kontucky, Greetond and Beaver Dam on tho fourth ties. President Harding is underHarrison TIchenor, having liquor In tho 'result Is favorable to Poland." ovldenco may ings: hope of getting further Sunday in each month. Tho next stood to have been prepared to nomiho further delayed. "Whereas, it has bqen made to ap- possession for sale; Paul Baize, Ira - That there Is also a Polish move Daniel, Clyde Wallace, John Frank- directed toward upsetting the results service hold here by Mr. Savrfgo will nate two or throe men for board today. JaniCB' body was burled pear to mo that on tho morning of and" of next Sunday's plebiscite is seen in be on Sunday March 27, an Eastor membership but was not ready to JudRo Itnps Citizens Shirking Jury March 13, 1921, a mob assembled in lin, Byron Hetlln, Enos Clnrk ' send in the whole list. William. Calloway, disturbing public tho declaration of Sidney Osborne an Service. Duty Woodford County, Kentucky and un-Ametrienn and author of "The Upper Under tho circumstances the PresiParis, Ky March 14. "So long as lawfully took from tho lawful custody worship; Eddlo Ford and Cyril Fprd, CREW SAVED FROM dent decided not to hold the Senate of any com- ot John E. Edgor,JalIer of said coun- assault and battery; Byron Ensor, Sllesian Question and Germany's Coal Ahe bettor class of citizens SINKING TOWBOAT in session and renewed his request to munity shirk Jury duty and tho courts ty, tho person of Richard James, and carrying concealed, deadly weapon Problem." Admiral Benson, now acting as board on porsons im-i- lt Immediately thereafter, hanged him nnd also for shooting and wounding; Germans Have Information. .aro compelled to tako Owensboro, Ky., March 15. Tow-bo- at chairman under the old law, to conCorbet LeGrand, carrying concealed Osborne declared to Universal for Jury service Just so long will until ho was dead. Control sunk on the Indiana tinue in that capacity. It was indi"Now, therefore, by virtue of tho deadly weapon; Claud Graves, shoot- Service last Sunday that the Germans side of tho Ohio River three mtle3 tho mob spirit occasionally rear Its cated that some weeks might elapso bond," said Circuit Judge It. L. Stout, authority in mo vested nnd in com- ing with Intent to kill; Cliff Rogers, are in possession of Information that above Owensboro late this afternoon. before tho entire new membership--couldelivering his pliance with tho law of tho common- William Calloway and Quentin Parks, the French general, Nieddel, is prehero this morning in All of the members of the crew be chosen and that In the meancharge to tho grand Jury of tho March wealth ot Kentucky, In such' caso injuring property; William Langford, pared to Invade Upper Silesia with reached shore. The Control was time tho body would 'function underr having liquor in possession for sale; Polish troops Immediately if tho peoduterm of Circuit Court. "It is tho mado and provided, I hereby declare towing the showboat Emerson from ty of every good cltlztn to glvo tho office of Jailer of Woodford Coun Clarence Aul, deserting Infant child; ple decide to remain with Germany. Southern waters to Pittsburg, pre- the same tenure as in the Wilson administration. Barney Warnell, seduction; W. R. In view of the fact that all previous of his time to tho service of his ty", Kentucky, vacant, and John H. paratory to starting on the annual The only nomination to a high .st-stIf a criminal feols that he has Edger, Jailer of said county ,1s here Plerrfo, deserting Infant child and plebiscites, havo been preceded with tour down the Ohio. The members administration post sent to tho Sen- Clyde Arnold, petit larceny. charges of' similar character, Univerbeen given a fair trlnl ho Is satisfied, by romoved. Tho cass of Ida II. Barnard, Ad- sal Service refrained from distribut- ot the crew reached Owensboro to Nate atjts closing session was that of more or less, no matter what tho vor-dl- ct "dlvn under my hand, as governor ministratrix and L. A. Adams, con ing the sensational statements made night. The boat was valued at $2 7, - , Robert Woods Bliss, of New York. may havo been. So long as tho of tho commonwealth ot Kentucky, 000. to bo third assistant secretary of citizens bellovo that both tho state this 14th day of March, In tho year solidated? against" the Rockport Coal to it Sunday pending some kind of state. Mr. Bliss has had a long exsquaro ot oilr Lord one thousand nlno hun- Cp., on trial at press hour last weok confirmation. and tho dofenso has had a perience in tho diplomatic service. Now;, however, since the Pole3 have THIRST SPECIALISTS deal, there will bo no trouble; but It dred and twonty ono and in tho.ono resultad In a verdict for Mrs. Bar; which has taken him Into many parts per hundred and twenty-nint- h nard, Admr'x,, in tho sum of $15,000 issued .their accusation against tho year of DELUGE OWENSBORO ot the world. He now is chief of the the Jurors are made' up In part of and for Adams in tho sum of $500. Germans there can bo.no objection sons unfit to sorvc, thon occasionally tho commonwealth." Commonwealth vs. J. W. Wilson, to disclosing the counter charge, Inspectors Chargo - Too Many Prc- - State Department bureau of Western the mob spirit will arise. European affairs. His confirmation-wa- s Defendant filed plea in bar, on ground while emphasizing the fact that both ecriptions Used. Unfit Jurors. . voted without delay. m't "This"Blame demonstrated nt. Ver- HISTORICAL SERIES r that he had been acquitted by .Judg- need fuller confirmation. Osborne de was Thnre was no nuthorltive ann unco-ment of the Hartford Police Court, clared: TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK to which tho Owensboro, Ky., March 14, That sailles Sunday when a mob took tho Commonwealth demurr"Some months ago General Nied- one'Owensboro physician had issued ment tonight whether Mr. Harding' negro, Richard James, from tho ed", which was over-rulo- d and the del confided to a friend that he had 500 emergency prescriptions within I would glvo recesg appointments to "Woodford County jail and executed Short Articles Dealing With Early fomer Representative John J. Fisch. caso was dismissed; Commonwealth received secret instructions from the eight months in History Of Tho Stutcs To addition to 300 pre-- l. "him. w,sconaln. named for membershfo vs. Henry Sproulo, indictment filed military party in Paris to invade Up scripuons on me regular iorm, ana Bo Fcirttircd. "But for tho presence in tho caso amy, with loavo to reinstate; Earl per Silesia if the plebiscite should go that anpther had Issued about 350 on the Interstate Commerce Commisof one unfit juror this unfortunate insion, and to the others whose nomBeaslcy and Byron Ensor, charged against the Poles. emergency prescriptions By special arrangements, we will within a inations are held up by Senate oppocident could not have happened." with disturbing public worship, Bcas-lo- y In preparation for this move fif few months time besides 300 regular Judge Stout this afternoon issued commence tho running of a series ot entered a plea of guilty and was teen Polish divisions have been con- prescriptions was brought out in tho sition. The general assumption was. 48 articles of about ono-ha- lt column the following announcement: assessed a fine of $20.00, Ensor be- centrated on the western frontier. hoaring of ten physicians from Ow that tho President at last would Issuo "Notice Is horoby given that a spe- In length, dealing with the eartemporary commissions, for several ing acquitted; J. W. Wilson, charg- The Interallied commission has, ensboro and Daviess County before cial term of tho Woodford Circuit ly history ot tho various States and ed with pointing deadly weapon, adassistant secretaryships and other roughly, one division In Upper Silesia federal prohibition inspectors today. Court will bo hold at tho courthouse Territories In next week's issuo ot judged guilty and fined posts which are to become vacant re $50.00; L. to preserve order pending the result At tho head of each Another physician had used 600 In Versailles, Ky., on March 26, for the Republican. Congress reassembles on April B. Bean, charge reduced to engaging of the vote. Recently tho British de- regular prescriptions but not find 0 the purposo of submitting to a grand article a reproduction ot the coat of in Ejuno of chanco, plea of guilty en tachment was strengthened to four ing these enough had used ninety- - 11, but which ho is not yet roady Jury to be summoned and impaneled arms, or seal of oach stato will be tered and fined $100.00. Two other or flvo battalions at the request of eight omergency presofip- on that day, such information or found, which alone would make a actions wero dismissed; In the case the. Germans. tiqns, tho legality of almost all these ovldenco ns may or can bo obtained good collection for a scrap book, but WOMAN'S CLUB. In"An Italian general Is in command, omergency prescriptions being quesaffecting or bearing upon tho as- tho whole Borlos ought to prove very against Knox Wright, peremptory structions were given and Judgment but tho majority df the allied troops tioned and nttacked by 'Chief sembling of a mob in Woodford Interesting as well as instructive. The Woman's Club mot last S"tur-d- ay of not- - guilty entered; Eddit Ford are French. The French militarists' J. Sherman Porter, of LexCounty and tho taking by mob of tho School children ought to clip and preafternoon, with Mrs. S. O. Keowrt fined $25.00; Commonwealth vs., policy is to deprive Germany of Up- ington and William B. Stantleld, ot person, Richard Jamos, from custody serve tho articles, ns much of Interest in an interesting and Instructive sesWade Baize, fine of $20.00; Dewey per Silesia, which is much more valu- Maytield, who conducted the prosecuof the jailer of Woodford County and may be garnered from tho series. It Hardin, 30 days In jail; Cletus The Club Is to meet tomorrow able to Germany than is the Rhine' tion on the citations of the physi sion. tor tho unlawful taking of tho lite Is our Intention to run ono or more afternoon with Miss Florence Logan, continued; Hub Lynch, $20.00 district, cians to show causo why thelrper- - at her homo on Union Street. of Richard James by hanging him oi each weekso tho larger portion ot "All indications are that the terri- mlts to prescribe Intoxicating liquors the issues during the noxt twelve Odlo Wilson, $20.00; Cecil Ford, by other means. mm By- tory will remain with Germany if the $20.00; Archie Birch, should not bo revoked. , OHIO COUNTY GETS . "In ordpr that tho grand jury then months will contain the articles. ron Ensor $150.00. In$20.00 , the action result of the vote Is respected. It BIG ORDER FOR EGGS to bo summoned and empaneled may Watch for them and be certain to pre of R. E- - P. is vital to Germany B. Eastin, Admr. vs. that she retain O TAKE EXAMINATION return an indictment or Indlctpionts serve them. FOR-TABarnes & Bro,, wherein a judgment her coal and iron it sho is to continue COMMISSIONER mm Through the County Agent's Ofagainst the partyor parties who may ' of $4,000.00 damages for the acci- to exist as an industrial power. fice Ohio County Poultry growers be in tfio judgment' of that grand jury PURE BRED HOLSTINES young lady reUnder the present law, those who have received an order from thq. Bal"There is not the slightest doubt FOR BOY'S CAIiP CLUB dent in which the .subject to an Indictment for the'abovo ceived wounds from which she died, that Europe is on the brink of an th-- would aspire to the position of Counmentioned unlawful act or acts. lard County Farm Bureau Jor five on the Hartford and Beaver Dam road serious clash which will come ty Tax Commissioner must undergo hundred sittings ot white rock, eggs., Assistant County Agent B. B. "Witness my hand as Judge of .the City and Leonard Wallace, of some tlmo ago, had been awarded In within a week unless the Upper an examination and possess certifi- Those who have pure strain white-rockWoodford Circuit Court thisil4th-daap- Silesia vote Is respected by both cate of qualification in order to Rostno, went to Lexington Tuesday this Court, and which had been March, 1921. and aro prepared to furnish: of candidates, or at least to ob- good egs are invited to call or sea pur- pealed, a mandate from the Court of sides." "ROBEnT L. STOUT, Judge." for tho purposo of selecting and pure bred, hol-sti- Appeals confirming the lower Court's Thousands of Sllesinns Return to Cast tain places on the ballot. County County Agent McCracken. chasing twenty-fou- r Issues Proclamation. Judgment was filed. A number ot Attorneys are designated as conducVotes. calves, for the Ohio County, Trankfort, Ky., March 14. Declarother cases of more or less ImportBreslau, Silesia, March 15. More tors of the examinations thruout the ATTEND W. O. W. EXIHBITION. as long as he is governor of Boys' Calf Club. ing that than 100,000 of Upper Silesia's na- State, and consequently A. D. Kirk g By special and previous arrange ance were also disposed df. law will Kentucky tho W tive sons and daughters from all sec- was in charge ot the examination at Quite a few ot the Alexander folks rigorously enforced, Governor ments, the calves are to bo procured N. M. TAVLORTOR ibo Exhibition tions ot Germany already havo reach- Hartford Monday, when nlno appll attended the Woodmen Morrow today Issued a proclamation from, the bo'rd of'Dr.BalIey, for the .1. 1. O C. IN SIXTH ed their respective voting precincts cants presented themselves to under- given at Mt. Pleasant Saturday night. office of Jailer of Wood- sum ot $50.00 each. Stock from this vacating tho Among those who attended wero in tho plebiscite zones. Their pres- go the test, which wo are informed ford County and removing John II. herd, brings fancy prices, as it is N. M. Taylor, of the Cool Springs ence is Infecting the homo population by some of tho applicants was a rath- Mr. and Mrs: Dennis Ashley, Mrs. office. This ac- recognized as being second to nono Edger, Jailor from country, yielding to the entreaties ot papers, under the Hartley Park, Yerkes Tlnsley, Stephtion by the governor! followed the in the State, and theJump sum quoted friends, announces In this issue, his with unbounded enthusiasm and has er rigid one. The served to give German hope.s a migh- law, were ' forwarded to Frankfort, en Balrd, Clyde Delaney, Wendell of Richard James, a negro, for the 2i calves purchased, is far lynching candidacy for Magistrate in the ty Impetus. Stevens, Golden where they are inspected, tabulated Tlnsley, Clifford charged with the murder of Homer below the usual figures commanded latThe, policing arrangements for Sun- and graded, according to merit, whon Shown; Misses Zola Tinsley, Alvera, Rogers, guards at the for such stock. The reduction was Third District, which under the Naive and Bon est apportionment' is composed of day next, the voting day, now havo certificates will be issued to thoso Stevens, Gustine Shown, Geneva-Travi- s, Greonbaum distillery, Midway, who made, so we aro informed, in order and Hazel Isabel Tinsley at Versailles to promote and encourage the better Cool Springs, N. and S. Rockport, been perfected. They call for the passing tho required gpde, was taken from tho Jail Pond Run, Simmons, McHenry and united services ot tho plebiscite poTho rango ot tho examination cov- Ashley. hang--o- d stock movoment by Dr. Bailey 'Sunday morning by a mob and precincts. lice tho military forces and officials ers official experience, knowledge of Tho DoavJr Jl.im Deposit Bank and Prentiss n short distance from tho city Mr. Taylor is a man of mature ot all branches of tho government. revenue Inws, County Geography, of DR. L. 1C. MAY TO PREACH limits bf tho county seat of Woodford tho Dank of Hartford aro financing years, a progressive farmer and good AT M. 13. CHURCH SUNDAY One of tho novelltles ot votlug day Industries generally, general property tho proposition for tho boys, In cases County business man, possessing tho qualifi- will bo tho balloting by inmates ot values, oleinontary and business exTwo pthor negroes, Albert Kennedy where financial assistance is necesDr. L. K. May, Presiding elder ot cations essential to tho rendering ot tails and other nonal Institutions, who perience. and John Bohnnnon, charged with sary. good service In tho position ho scolcs. .are eligible. Tlitse'also will be giv Thoso to tako tho examination tho Owensboro District will fill the , complicity in the murder of the en ono Gorman and ono Polish bal- wero Roy F, Keown, Fordsville; G. pulpit at tho local Methodist Church, RAYMOND OWEN. guards, aro confined in the Frank-li- u THANKS FRIEND.?. lot. The valid ballot will bo depos- Will Brown, Beaver Dam; W. A. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, at Cuonty Jail. v the saern- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raymond anWo 4cslro to thank our many ited in a ballot box while the other Qlark, Hartford; O. R. Wooton, R. 2, tho conclusion ot which In connection with the be nounce the marriage of their daugh- friends in Beaver Dam. who so kindly ono must be .burned In tho presenco Hartford; Henry S. Barnes, Prentiss; ment ot thq I ord's supper will v tjon vacating tho offlco pt Jailer, Go' vary- Clarence Patton, Route 0, Hartford; vernor Morrow issued a statement ter, Miss Susye, to Mr, Evan Gaylo assisted us during the fatal illness of tho officials, this procedure A cardial invitation is extonJed to Tuesday, March 15, 1921, at nnd death ot our dear mother. May ing from that employed In tho open Willie Stevens, Centertown; W. C. Owen, which follows: voting thioughout the pleblsclto Blankenshlp, Hartford, and D. E. all. tho homo ot Rov. Norrls Lashbrook, God's blosslngs be with each one, Kentucky Again Dlhgrnccd. T. T. FRAZIER. Pes or. zones, where both the valid and de Ward, Nocreek or Route 3, HartforiV. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. ALLEN "A mob has again disgraced Ken pwonsboro, ho V. antl-lynchl- mob, .useless, needless and WAR LOOMS LARGE CIRCUIT COURT TO SPECIAL SENATE tho voter.'"' tho spirit of without Justification Tho prison voting places will bo lawbroakor crying out In tho tho IN OLD WORLD, NOW equipped' with candles which the inADJOURN TOMORROW SESSION CLOSES OUSTED JAILER namo of law has put all law to shame. mates will use to, burn tho unused dastardly andmownrdly practice t This stroyed ballots will bo deposited by , " ' m m -- d -- I he-fo- to-fll- l. VI Kes-sing- er, N X er Mc-Inte- er, y s bo-co- no . .. ii -tntlon net, tho President has presumably tnken tho nttltudtf that un- REICHSTAG APPROVES til tho railway labor board nt ChicaDR. SIMON'S ACTS JAMES' COURT go passes upon tho lsoue thero Is no . need for actlvilespf ncod for activities on tho part of tho other federal ngenclis. German Cabinet Given Vote INew "York Editor Selected Thru tho postmaster genoral's Of Confidence On InIt was learned at tho White As Ambassador To Houso that James J. McGraw, of demnity Issue. Britain. Oklahoma, had dcflnltoly declined the tendered appointment ns first assist ant postmaster general. He Insist THE UNIVERSAL CAR Berlin, March 12. Tho Itolchstag WadhlrtBton, March 12. President ed that his. porsonnl business InterfflanllnE .has sounded out 'the British ests would not penult him to assume today gavo the German cabinet a vote of contldcnco on tho Indemnity Isfiarcrnment nnd established the fnct tho government position. , , A Truck That Costs Less to Operate , sue. ah at Col. Oeorgo Harvey, of Now York bo Why Colds Are P.uigcrous. "Wo shall not repeat our Indemnity editor f Jlarvey's Wccklr. will .persona jrrata" at the Court of St. You nro often told to "bowaro of a proposals to the allies," Dr. Walter One-To- n Truck with dcmountnblo rjms and pneumatic Tho Ford worm-drlvoAnd his appointment to that cold," but why?. We will toll you. Simon, the foreign minister, who --Tnmc. , tires, nro dependable, as well as serviceable. This, probably moro than any other ambassadorship Is merely a queitlon Every cold weakens the lungs, low- headed tho German delegates at LonThoro Is no ovldenco so convincing as that factor, accounts for their popularity. ol llmo, It was learned today at the ers tho vitality and paves tho way for don, informed the Itolchstag before tho moro serious diseases. Peoplo tho vote was taken. which comes from long practical experience. Llko tho Ford car, tho Ford Ono-To- n "lYhtte Clause. f Ho added that tho application of This President's series of confe- who contract pneumonia first tako throughout has provon Itself. In It nro combined tho Fdrd Truck Ford-bui- lt cold. The longer a cold hangs on, tho allied economic and military penrences doTcloped the fact that principles of simplicity, with strength, lowest first cost, lowest operating cost, duraSenate wore being canvas- tho greater tho danger, especially alties had changed conditions ns they bility. That from tho germ diseases, as a cold pre- - oxlsted between Germany and the sed on lhc Harvey appointment In tho city, on tho farm, carrying Its loads between cities everywhere you will of the jares tho system for tho reception and allies, but, contrary to expectations, was laken as confirmation Truck doing duty. Merchants, manufacturers, farmors, iiavo Jlnd tho Ford One-To- n that tho name of the magazine development of the grms of consump- he refused to reveal the. secret negotorr -- : come to know It ns tho truck of utmost service. editor. who figured so prominently In tion, diphtheria, scarletfevor and tiations of the London rcpara'Ions. Woodrnw Wilson's first nomination, whooping cough. Tho quicker you Conference'. ., OrganizaTruck Is. tho Standing guard behind tho Ford One-THo declared there had been a gen2iad fccon submitted to the British get rid-o- f your cold, tho less tho dantion. Tho Authorized Dealors, and service Stations, carry' complete assortments of ger of contracting one of theso di- tleman's agreement that all Informagovernment. genuine Ford parts and employ Ford mechanics to givo senico to Ford owners. is to seases. Chamberlains Cough Romo-d- y tion on tho negotiations, at London On the ilato tho appointment "Ford A Business Utility" Is a now booklet of solid facta and figures' about has a great reputation as a cure should be treated as confidential. He Jbe made thero appears to bo no will go for colds and can bo dependod upon. thon added: Ford, cars and the Ford Ono-To- n Truck in business service. Get n copy fromtho "" If posslblo the name m Co the Senate before Its adjournment It is pleasant to take. "I will keep thorn secret as long nearest Ford dealer. They arc freo for tho asking. e UTonflajr or Tuesday, as the present as the other side maintains silence." Dr. Simons explained that with amteissador nt tho Court of St. James CUUMKXCEAU DKCUXKS "CANNED TALK" IlEQUEST German Industry In a normal state John V. Davis, has completed all Germany would be capable of paying jprrraraUons for return home and the Paris, March 12. Since It has botwecn 1,000,000,000 and 1,500,- PrEffttlcnt Is anxious to have his' sucbeen decided to create a phonetic In 000,000 gold marks annually. cessor In action quickly. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY stitute In France where the voices of The foreign minister took occasion 3fot Yet Itcndy. all France's great men will be record JlcIJrl that tho President was on ed on phonograph's for future genera to reply to Premier Lloyd George's declaration at London that Germany new shipthe verso of nominating the tions to hear numerous efforts have ping hoard of seven members how-ere- r. been made to Induce former Premier must accept the responsibility for the died out during the day. His Clomenceau to speak but a few World War. "Wo must repeat the denial," ho sxiJssagB to Chairman V. S. Benson, words In one machine. This he re- said, "that Germany boars tho sole funccalling on him to "continue to fuses to do, saing that when ho dies responsibility for the war." aR an Indication of unreadition. his voice will die with him. He furalready possesses a direct line from tor blushes nnd tells 0 dozon Ik ness ix same the new commissioners. ther says that people often heard France To Stand On Indemnity KNOWS WHERE TG Paris to Constantinople while she is about tho beautiful nnd ncco.uplUied Fletcher, of Florida, follow-un- sr enough of his voice during his life Scxstar Views. heavily backing tho creation of a new bride. The minister gets 510 and a a conference with the President, and undoubtedly would caro very litscheduled to run from Dant-zl- g piece of cako and tho editor Tarls, March 12. "If the Germans . GO FOR HELP NOW railroad Prague espjKssed tho opinion that the rets again later on. formulate new indemnity iroposals to Budapest, Buchar- $0.00. In tho course ot timo sh via might not come ahead of tle about hearing it More attempts are to be made to get we shall meet thorn witfi the same est, Sofia and thon to Turkey,, which, dies; tho doctor gets from fio to ihK near session. tho Tiger's consent when he returns firmness that was displayed at Lon- $100, tho not touching Germany minister gets perhaps an- 7t Js oblous that the President Is frc:n India next month. Another Nashville Woman sla, will traverse tho countriesor otItus- other tho tho tho $5, don," declare 1 I'rsinliir Brland today undertaker cts from not yet ready to name the chairman Tells Of Benefits She Got -- iiuio entente, wnicn was iounueu$7G to $200 tho editor prints an d "We are resolved not to recede from or chief of the shipping board and NEW STEAMSHIP LINE by French dlplo-tuatwo columns long and a car' the line w? have chosen." From Tanlac Three Years macyfosteredaided nstuto tho Rumanian 'of that Tie will take- plenty of time to 110.STOX TO AUSTRALIA by and accept thanks and gets $0.00, No wondet Replying to criticism that tho mildecide upon the man who Is to Ago wizard statesman, Tako Joncsca. (so many country editors got rich. itary ana economic penalties against responsibility for the administration Boston, March 12. The In other words, the possession of Have you' paid your subscrlptlon?--th- o Germany will prjve Ineffective the was the fa. that Important post," steamship Booral arrived In port Bagdad railroad will give France JAltamont Times. statement mado by one close to the inaugurating tho new Commonwealth premier said: " "Tanlac relieved mo of my trou- tho 'key to tho Near East, hitherto ilu'j will soon fchow their effiadaainlstratlon. Government Line between Boston and cacy." bles and put me In splendid condition held by the British navy in the DarNO "REDS" IN OHIO. "Thx a. P.. Creager, of Texas, con- . '.iinV" rinse hv the White Australian ports, via the Panama of the London confer- thrco ears ago and I know Just danelles, making her Independent ot The rtsults go when I Canal something her British ally where Hdbsr, the day's developments tend- - She will sail for London and Hull ence were discussed at a cabinet to buildtome up," said need Loulso E. a market for as regards creating An offort to repeal tho Ohio crihil-n- al . Mrs. French commerce in syndicalism Ja.w Is being actively meeting this morning when tho pre the ctl to dissipate tho conviction that nnJon leaving Boston and return to Aus- ... a .Cl.." ....... -- ., opposed by Gov. Davis of that state. iM mier mad a leport to his ct'leagnes Sneed, of 121S Fifth Ave., North Turkey and Asia. , .,. ,. .. .. n,nttn n JltiiUl wa "" a..-,- . C.Al,' C This law makes It a felony to advo-cato- .a """ th, ' globe. iThe mlr.Merb also considered the iv- - Nashville, Tennessee. iMssailor to Mexico. It was pointed THE RURAL EDITOR'S LOT. pl.t. Iply ,hlcn w.l bo made to tho ,nter- "I suffered for years from stomach doctrjno-o- t crlmo. malicious a- the selection of a "border " ""' "-- v" ,"', pretatlons In the chamber early next trouble and about three years ago I or destruction,, violence or any xaaaT Jar the ambassadorship might! wo1 for Boston The editor of Altamont, III., Times, unlawful methods of terrorism, and e Prte iebate In the chamber Is got into an awful condition. I could effect of disturbing rather shipments of frozen meat for London wok. fiMP was enacted as a protection against espected to kad t0 a confidence vote not eat a thing but what caused mo to indulges In tho following wall; tbnn nnletlng the situation. A child Is born In tho neighbor- anarchistic plots. and Hull. About 1,000 tons of Lon- on Thursd&v Members of tho min- suffer agonies my norves wore all Its repeal would Darden Possibility. foloncl don cargo Is waiting for the vessel upset, I couldn't sleep and I suffer- hood; tho editor gives tho d amount virtually to an Invitation by 'One of tho Presidents Saturday vis- - here, besides a nuantltr of manufac istry bellevt the government will get , .. . . youngster and tho happy parents Ohio to mako that state headquarters an overwhelming majority In view of ed a great deal from rheumatism. I uaruen, 01 ibta was CoL James u.friend of the rou r Indemnity situation has had a dull, heavy, languid feeling all a sendoff and gets $0.00. It Is for red activities. "This Is no timo," the turn the Non . Carolina, a close . the time with no strength nor ener- christened nnd the minister gots $5 says tho governor "to release tho bari... 1. n 1.lmcAlf TiAan mpn.l taken. GUAHD DIDN'T SPEAK importance of separating" the gy and at times my sufferings wore and tho editor gets $0.00. Tho odl- - riers against bolshevlsm." 'tlaaea in connection with the Mexican QUITE SOON ENOUGH ' The Rhlneland from Germany and linking almost unbearable. Those closest to ambassadorship. "That was my condition when I economically Is President, however, figure that Wal- It close to Franco the Chicago, March 12. Mistah medilook for the RED LINE 'round the top to accomplish a sub- ter Kelley, a man ot color and pro- emphasized In dispatches to tho Ma- got Tanlac, and I declaro tho Is planning cine just made tho most wonderful today. stantial understanding with the wont tin and Echo de Paris prietor of a poolroom, has been change In me. My stomach stopped below the Rio Grande before to have games of chance going on In Occupation Puts Hig Burden On bothering mo, I began to sleep as lie undertakes to select tho man to his back room In which the principal Germans. sound as a baby, all my aches and country at Mexico City. objects used were a pair of "gallopln represent this Paris, March 12. Economists to- pains left mo and I was built up In Oat of another of the White House dominoes." . Realizing that the day awoke to the fact that Germany every way until I felt fine all tho timo coalcrcnces that with James Harof "African golf" was in Is burdened by the newly executed ocfeeling that way yet. My and ris, successor to the late Jacob L. violation of the statutes ot the city, cupation ot the Ruhr ports with more faith I'm been pinned to Tanlac over has Oklahoma, as national he hired a sharp-eye- d Htunoa, of devotee of gold marks dally, since that time. I'm getting this ' nI came another Inter- chance to act as lookout and let It than 1.000,000 unmaiTtteeman II l appointments to be be known when the "dicks" were which, added to the 4,640,000 mark bottle now to tono mo up In tho esting story on fv-charges dally for the other occupied change ot seasons when spring nit s rnailE. It related to the selection of coming, for It's embarrassing, to say cost to Ger- comes on." areas, brings AIts 3JcDonald, one of the Hamon the least, to have about twelve many for the the annual to the asoccupation Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. , litcu-cantsas commissioner of In- "dicks" break in when a contest Is at tounding total of 2,062,250,000 gold L. B. Bean; In Boaver Dam by R. T. dian ulfalrs. Its height. marks, or more than the annual In- Taylor Jr.; In McHenry by S. J. Tlch- What was probably tho first real But he .did not Inquire Into the VSw ir '';'" M -5 V VI get behind the grammar of the lookout. And this demnity demanded under tho provi enor, and in Rockport by R. E. Ilor. ot dissension to sions ot tho Paris reparations act. Advertisement. eloors came on the heels of the ap- neglect proved fatal. The lopsided nature of the customs pointment of Charles C. Madison as, For on a recent day a group of "sanctions" Is furthermore shown by school rcopons) Kantritnl States attorney for the Sen- - plainclothes men came dashing down the official statement that Germany- Schoolmaster (asfriend, why aren't Here, my young ifas City district of Missouri. the street and thru the doorway. must pay the cost of the new occupa- you returning to school. ator Spencer, of that state, protested Just as they broke In on the game, tions as well as tho salaries and exLaborer's Son (doggedly I want xial lie lad not been consulted and the lookout shouted: penses ot the customs officials, who $4 a day and a four-hoschool.-Paris clHnanilrfcu an audience with the Presl- "Here they comef" will be myriad. Journal Amusant. "Vou mean." corrected Mr. Kelley. . It's a Goodrich Shoe, the Brown cost ot operThis means that 4 E. Mont Rellly, of Kansas City, ' lktnI? oul asssted by a renresenta- - ating the customs the f barrier against manager In Gaiter, and it is All , campaign Heah Germany will be approximately Uve of the ,aw Heah they tor tue naming iorces after I gets a man with sense enough the southwest cloth top. Wear it gold marks dally, and In this una. incidentally , the first caller at to talk what he means." right over your ahoe, and when respect Stephanne Lauzanne, in toFor Infants and Children ibe "White House this morning, spon- day's Matin, estimates that the proba- In Use' you come in from the field or Over aarca tho Madison appointment. It WILDCAT CAUSES Years ble Income to the allies from the Always bears barn, douse a bucket of water nalentood that In addition to U16 PAXIO IN VILLAGE customs is will be 150,000,000 marks the Zlellly backing Mr. Madison carried over it and it's cleaned. Then a annually, which Is only 410,000 dally. Signature of rl ti&s approval of Jacob L. Babler, Manchester, N. H March 12. click of the buckles and off she Thus the German taxpayer will be national committeeman. Women and children of Bedford, N. forced to pay 65,000,000 4 slips and you go into the house more an' To Church Today. H., Iu the vicinity of that part of the rrtAXCO-TUKPACT - .town called "six corners," are In a nually than the allies will receive, clean and dry. But Wear is the Following a busy morning of conVICTORY FOR PARIS is significant, as Xareaces, the President decided to state of panic and do not leave their and big feature. It is Goodrich Rucouple of hours' recreation, homes at night unescorted, because of L Paris, March 12. "Tho groatost bberand that means fifty years will which in .AMnfwanled by R B. Creager and a largo and savage bob-ca- t victory French Imperialism has won of experience backed by a &. IK. Scoby, alio ot Texas, ho habits that section. since Napoleon's conquest of Austria," square deal policy. 60,000 dealtur .n drlvo shortly after lunch. oao woman claims to have been Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured lott In these words a high neutral SNb furVbur plans were announced fased in tho highway by the animal, tY local application., as they cannot diplomat today summed up tho signiers sell it ask yours for Goodrch tht car Bar blm uxrrpt th Sunday morning Which disputed the right Of way With tb dlasd portion ot catarrhal dearnVa. ficance ot tho Frauco'Turklsh sepa5nly on. way to" euro rich next time. rtmaor. snnrla. ......a ..- -. - ....... v.a,Bf(un 4atuf iiwsr.mi, which calls for attendnuco uviim -- .... fnrlni? hnr In rprnrn H" idf K "' a vtuicu uy ad mrate peace which will be signed Iu anaihuruh service at 11 o'clock nt the j to her home. Other women and ft?ila;&f&uTto)bnUiiln&c Tins n. r. Goodrich RubdeTcompany Beer Paris by Easter. ou hv Baptist Church. Eighth and .children hao beeu frightened by the inujnwd hearing;, a rumbling aound or im- Cuucu-13y the terms of tho treaty Franco . Akron, Ohio perfect and when It la entirely . where the President Isnlimtl. Farmers ot the town are cio.ed. DatneM la toe re.uit mit. thi becomes the absoluto owner within wrA)SPBd while a ssnator discussing tho advisability ot qrganlz- - X!tor3'to"iu "J&SF&Sfo Tearing Turkish Jioundailes ot tho famous "111 b deatroyed rorercr Slanr coa o( m.. -- in nmuila ti Trael.1ani tn i ,u ,uu v.,ww ...v ......v... . ,B a iuuiu iu ruu ., uil .iu tuvor. mu deatneu are cauaed by catarrb which la Bagdad railway, thereby roallzing an Innamed condition or the mucuua 3caVB-uirimmediate) aotlon in regard Haifa Catarrh MtJUlne au thru for France the Kaiser's nmbltlous the bleed on the mucoua auriaita of tuo Shopper It's so haul to find just aratem to thu railroad wage controversy prtv dream of a "mlttel Europa.' I We will five One Hundred Dollars for .rftpllatku y tho rauroaut announced what ou want Tho enormous strategic importance ' any cawi ot Catarrhal Deafneaa Uat cannot in-pm-- ss Like Senator pilaus lor ruductiona Clerk Yes. especially When you be (.urtj by Hall a laU.rh Medlime. Cir- of the Bagdad lino can bo undorstood cular tree All Dragnets. TSc of the trausnor- -' don't know what it Is. tnjumins la remembered that Franco when it F. J, CUEXSr & CO., Toledo, O, - 1 ;;,vey St. -- -' FOR y!ijjim.'.u!ijj of-fl- co -- n, mem-Sjcrscri- lio on Ford-'SorvIc- cer-inlnl- y. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY lit obi-an- - ry rt,i ri -- - - .. fr """ "'""" tf ry T-.- .... """' loud-lunge- It ls -- bt - 4 4m j m. v S "f jj ur n 6,-0- 00 C ASTORIA For Rubberno 30 Mis-isoa- &azfj&k K a. l"""""", JM"""f. "? ' T JZ l 5?"l?. y atir-fac- ta GOOBMCM RUBBER FOOTWEAR BETTER. TRAINED TEACHER, DEMAND tive that prompts thenl to this supU. port. Very respectfully yours, GEORGE COLVIrJ, Stato Supt. Frankfort, Ky. S. RIGHT IN REFUSING ARTICLE X Ar- I jg Cloveland, O., March 12 Sixteen Says Viviani. Profession. Kentucky chaptors of the Amorlcan Rod Cross won places in tho honor list of tho Fourth Roll call by exceeding (I)y Stephana Lauzanne,) fsfi Koir ikv hns a numb of iuc lorn their 1920 enrollments with a total Paris, March 12. I said to M. woll-pqjnid scliuol n'1i ; that Src gain of 2,G41 members in thoso comItono Vlvlanl, former premier of Many signs nro noted of a growing 1. I closaJ nr.i tho summer month Ken munities. This hns Jiist been announcod by Franco: "I do not know whether Am boldness among' tho monarchists of I tucky li.. u number tt competent ami g, Lako Division headquarters hero, tho erica will over tako part in any laaguo Germany, and now tho Kreuz i:.ti.;inm.iflinn(iIklvrcUtr qualify narhers who urn olthiT increase being based upon reports to but I know that Bhe will never accept n famous old monarchist news-- 1 m Jrt , T paper, has restored Its motto: "For-lilln or cfagod In o:.ior work thru March 1. Somo of tho 16 chapters anything llko Article X." "America will bo qulto right," re- wnrd with God for King and Fathertfw sumwr montln Kentucky hai which wont boyondtiolr flguros of plied M. Viviani. " No nation can land." In a news Item tho samo pa Thereby PromoilnfiDKcslion In tho last meml 000 public 3.hor. t teachers tho third Holt Call siiiio ChfcrT,! Inp and KCSWWW" honestly plcdgo itself to Articlo X." per roforred to William Hohenzollern bership enrollment and others which r of liui; not o am properly neither OpIum.Morphlncnor I looked at tho great orator with of Doom, Holland, as "his majesty, fell short of tho precccdlng year's to -Mineral, w prei-arcKentucky has Uwo.i slate tals nro ctlll obtaining members so surprise. Ho had Just returned from tho kaiser." Thero Is already a con jittafimrsixximcm toucher lnstltt.ttriii offoi that the final results in tho stato aro Geneva, whero ho was tho outstanding flict between tho royalists on ono ' 1 Ing sumiiier courses to toicherr- - actual oxpected to mako considerable ad- figure in tho first meeting of tho Ido and the laborltcs and government Srnna Leaguo of Nations assembly. Repre- on tho other over tho burial of Jho ' ditions to tho honor roll. I MtttSttitor prospective. It Is tljj'red that the In Ohio, Indlcna and Kentucky, senting Franco, ho obtained a vori-tab- lo former kalserln, who Is not yot dead. I maximum number of touchers attend triumph there. I also know Tho royalists count on making her I lfomSfd which at tho timo of tho lost Roll tho summer school a, ono of those (lonMSiyiir I no other French statesman re- funeral an occasion for a monarchist Call, comprised Lako Division, but that Institutions. If tho mnxitiuiui nuui-b- to which Michigan and West Virginia gretted more than ho docs America's demonstration, nnd the laborltes aro ' a holnfnl Remedy for does attend each of tlieso InstitukSW And now, with ono word, threatening to strike, to stop the rail- hnvo Just been added in conscqucnco absence. tonsllpation and Diarrhoea. tions thcro would still ho left more ho himself justified America's re roads and consequently tho funeral cwrMmess and (than 10,000 public school teachers of tho contraction of tho domestic or- fusal. "The heart of the league" party. u,,u,'v:rS.ECP i ganization of tho Red Cross Into olght without opportunity for work In a (hcrcfr wnjmfancy. j' 11 Instead of 13, no longer beats with life. Overexadministrative districts rulUni summer school In Kentucky. RECOVER $200,000 64 chapters went over their totals ertion killed It. racSimilcSijnatBreoC Why. can not Kentucky-- uso hor of tho Third Roll Call, tho gain being Promised An Impossibility. TOLEDO MAHj IXiOT competent teachers, otherwise engag- 198,122. "Yes", continued M. Vlvlanl, "Amed In other business, to conduct a JnECEKIAOTCoWai Toledo, Ohio, March 1 Jit Postal Hero Is Kentucky's honor list of erica is right and we, all of us, who fees; TUT7W TUMii jununor school In theso JJ have signed this article were wrong. Inspectors hero today announced tho ' chaptors in tho Fourth Roll Call: ?tr it school plants, otherwlso closed, Boyle County, Drcckcnridgo Coun- As for mo, there is one thing I loathe recovery of $200,000 worth of the for tho benoflt of theso 10,000 public ty, Casey County, Central City, Chris- moro than anything else in the world, loot In tho $1,000,000 Toledo Post- - ! school teachers, otherwlso denied n tian County, Cloverport, Croon Coun- nnd that is to mako a promise ono office robbery of February 17. Moro chanco? Kentucky has doubled the ty, Harlan County, Hopkins County, knows one can not keep. Now,all than $145,000 of the bonds was re- teacher's salary within tho last 12 Jonklns, Johnson county, Lcsllo coun- tho members of tho league when sign- covered In New York City, $27,000 Exiwt Copy of Wrapper. months; sho has a right to domain! In- ty, Magoffin County, .Muhlenberg ing Article X made a promlso which in Detroit and $14,000 in Philadel THC CKNT.UH COMPANY, NIWTOMCrr creased efficiency on tho part of the County, Nicholas County arid Rock- - they aro well awaro thoy can not phia. havo in- castio county. teacher. Tho keep. William Leutz, Toledo Inspector of creased their school taxes;thoy have "Articlo X meant that It tomorrow detectives, is given credit by postal Tho total membership In Kentucky a right to demand that they Bhall from tho Fourth Roll Call, as report- - China or Bolivia wero attacked all tho authorities for the recovery of the Sebastopol to Constantinople: tccehI- EXTRA SESSION OF havo better prepared teachers If tho cd to March 1, is 55,404. members of tho league, even tho most Detroit bonds. ly stato that moro than twenty incrcaso in salary of teacher and of .CONGRESS APRIL 11 sels, somo of thorn Turk and distant ones, aro under the obligaPostal Inspectors says the Detroit w superintendent means that wo shall Hns Had Stomach Trouble For Seven tion of coming to defend Bolivia of bonds, will play a largo part In tho Russian, are flying tho "blatk Oas- havo tho samo teacher and the same Washington, March 14. Congress China. No consideration is taken of prosecution. There aro now fourJohn Phllllpolulos, an AmetSca-- c Vonrs. superintendent, without Improvement graphical latitude, space, dls- - teen persons under arrest in several will bo called into special session citizen and one of three Gre&b Cs3 Fenmoro,'tho Theodore Sanford, of ln- - cities in connection with tho caso. in Interest or preparation or capa- Mlch., has Monday, April 11, Senator Lodge an- munlst delegates to Moscow, had stomach troublo for tanco of material or moral Issues city, wo shall havo helped possibly soveti' years lDS0 facto- - we were t0 uar' Authorities will not disclose tho nounced at tho White House today forced to walk tho plank after nnd could not cat 0 tho teacher and tho superintendent with President robbed of by pirates, ca. Jantables or fruit without pain In the,nnUo' t0 Preserve. o respect what source of the recovery until the Fed- after a conference but wa shall not havo Improved our stomach and restless nights. By tak. exists. uary 10, last, when thePTcsasJ a eral grand jury hero returns several Harding, schools nor shall wc havo given tho lng Chamberlain's Tablets ho Is now "How can ono believe that such an secrot indictments. i Senator Lodgo said he hadlieen au- which ho was traveling- - from She children a bettor chance. Wo must able to eat vegetables or agreement can be kept? Have not Four men arrested in Kentucky, thorized by tho President to mako Crimea to Constantinople vhisiel-fruit with- kcop faith with tho The date select- up by a plrato vessel manned Uy Tartho announcement. out causing pain or sleeplessness. If ,thc facts nlrcady clear,y snown that will bo brought hero for trial. Above nil, wo must keop faith with troubled with Indigestion or constl- - ,l coult not UQ kent? Polaml was ed is one week later than that which tars. Tako Herblno for indigestion. It had been generally discussed and will tho children for whoso benefit, and patlon give theso Recently two allege J pfrato Kfcfps tablets a trial, attacked last summer and with tho lor whose benefit alone, schools exist Ti.nv nro an to nrnvo bonoflclal. m loxccptlon of Franco, who wero those relieves tho pain In a few minutes give congressional leaders additional were sunk by the French cruises matter timo In which to frame tho proposed Waldeck Rousseau. nnd salaries aro increased. who came forward to maintain and forces tho fermented against all outside aggression tho ter- which causes the misery into the - proBrainme as to tax and tariff re- two stato Normals and tho Tho RED IflLIi University aro generously promoting ritorial integrity ot Poland? Rumania bowels where It Is expelled. Price 60 vision. cents. Sold by Ohio County Drug plan of establishing summer Array Nominations Confirmed. tho Farmers in this vicinity are tak- may perhaps bo attacked next spring m Washington, March 14Approxi-matel- y schools in ns many counties as con- ing ndvnntago of this pretty weather by ths very same enemy as Poland, Company. 5,000 army promotion nomiditions will Justify. Thc3 schools and nro burning plant bods, despite and who are those who are ready to come to defend Rumania against tho 23,000 HIVES OF 1JEES will offer a flvo weeks' torm. Full tho low price of tobacco. nations Including the rank of captain DEALVNDED. BY ALLIES submittd by PrsI'dent Wilson before credit will bo given for work dono In Mr. Ira Bozarth went to Beaver Bolshevist invasion. theso summer schools, provided it Dam, Thursday, on business. the change In administration, wero Can't Aid Armenia. Berlin, March 13 Bees; Belgian confirmed today by tho Senate after raensures up to tho regular standards. be"Armenia was on tho verge of Mr Noblq Clark, of Hartford, vismt dogs aro among the considerable debate. oppor- ited friends at this placo, Friday. It will bring tenchcr-tralnln- g coming a member of tho Leaguo ot hares and sheep domestic pets the Entente Powers aro of army nominations was closer to tho teacher. It tunities The list Misses Lorena Bozarth and Lillian Nations. But at present this unhapwill cheapen tho cost of attending a Burton, both of this place, spent last py country Is Invaded, covered with demanding from Germany. resubmlted to tho Senate without Decision of tho Reparation Com- change by President Harding almost summer schpol. It will vindicate tho wook-en- d Ijloodshcd, crucified. It calls for with Mrs. Ernlo 'Roach. on tho exact number of rabImmediately upon his Inauguration. that teacher's pledge to tho We- - Europeans have neither mission A. Daniel, who has been help! "Afler the birth of my Mrs. J. pay meant a better1 prepared visiting relatives of this place, has tho courage nor the strength" to go bits which Germany must deliver has bettor Senators said opposition to tho conbaby I had a back-set- ," teacher. Tho course offered must roturned to her homo at Beavor Dam and savjojier. Does one truly believe been postponed for a month. The En- firmations was expressed by Senator , writes Mrs. Maltie tente demanded 200,000. It of necessity bo limited in scope Reed, Democrat, Missouri, who reMiss Lillian Burton went to Bea - j-ln all good faith, that what tho Eu The Ententa demanded 10,000 dogs viewed the action of the Pershing of Glade Spring, will be designed to meet tho needs vor Dam Thursday, whoro she"- - had ropean nations can not accomplish and showed no disposition to accept Board in selecting officers for proVa. "I was very ill; ' thoso moat limited in tholr pre- somo dental work dono. of America or Asia will?' Dachshunds. paration. Thoso desiring a wider and thought I was going to motion and denounced existing laws "Then,;' said I, "you, to, agree that Mr. Deo Tucker will move, with Twenty-fiv- e thousand hives of bees Which would give the newly promotcourso will find, It in tho sum- his family, to Horton, soon. fullor one must not count on any Leaguo of die. ! was so weak I are demanded. Onajiundred and six. ed officers seniority over others who mer schools offered by the two NorNations whatsoever to prevent all couldn't raise my head to male goats and 25,000 fe- had previously held similar rank. mal schools and by tho Unlvorslty. STANFORD'S WAR COLLECTION wars?" get a drink of water. I male goats, 1,500,000 cocks and hens Such teachers will bo expected to atPresident Harding late today ask '"I have always Implored thoso with sheep and cattlo and horses In large took . . . medicine, yet I to remain In session for tend tho established Institutions ed the Senate In planning to mako the Hoover whom I acted in Important matters numbers w.ere sought by the Entente didn't get any better, l Bummer work. War Collection tho most comprehen not to believe In dreams. Wo must and the Germans acceded to these re- over tomorrow to consider additional This was announced was constipated and very - Tho last week of theso summer sive source of mator'.ai on the World work on earth and not in the clouds. nominations. quests. It is only the number of by Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, schools will ba designated "Institute war, Stanford university, in Califor Thoro is no lcaguo or association of weak, getting worse and hares, bees and dogs which is to bo tho Republican leader, after a conweok" and will take the placo of tho nia. Is sparing "no energy Complete nations which can" prevent all jvars; worse. IscntforCarduL" determined. ference with the President, but he regular-- institute, and all teachers files of American and foreign news but there aro leagues or associations m did not 'intimate what nominations In tho county will be compelled to at- papers, including thoso of Germany which may be able to prevent certain LEAGUE TOLD TAKE U. S. WILL were expected. salary schedule of each and Austria, havo been assembled, wars, Look out in tho street Irritend. Tho MEDIATE IN t county will carry a provision that from tho outbreak of tho war to 1920. table people pass each other going COMPULSORY MIL1TRY recognizes and rowards tho teachers Masses of books and documents are to and fro; they often feel llko atGoneva, March 13. Th3 League SERVICE IN MEXICO who attend tho summer school. The being placed in tho collection. Tho tacking people; they control them- ot Nations today published dispatches - superintendents just appointed can work of gathering theso materials selves becauso education holds them exchanged between Panama and CosTorraon, Coahuila, Mexico March do no hotter thing than attend them- will continue probably for 25 years In check. A certain moral force, pub- ta Rica and Sir Eric Drummond, Gen-or- 12. Tho military authoilties ot this offering work or longer, but already Stanford has a lic opinion, is stronger than the selves, somo school Secretary of tho league, in which 7onc havo been Informed that oblior desire to fight. Well, It Is Bultablo for them at Its summer ses- larger collection than any other inthe tv Republics notified Sir Eric gatory military service will be a stitution. Thl3 work was made, pos- Just tho same In tho world. Educate sion. A teacher's preparation or they had accepted mollattcn by In Mexico. This move Is said superintendent's preparation is not sible by Herbert Hoover, a graduate the nations, submit them to a moral that United States In their frontier to havo tho sanction of Gens. Obre-go- n, accomplished once and ot tho class of 1895 with an initial forco and you will make wars fewor. the a thing that Is dispute rfnd that hostilities have ceasCallci nnd Estrada. Tho more democratic tho world be- ed. then is back of us forever; bo long glfl of $50,000 for tho purpose. will be from 18 to 35. The "1 found after one bot. want to fight." comes, the less it will ns wo aro xapable of learning, bur Tho standing army will compose tle of Cardul I was imCan Not Abolish Wurs. preparation continues. When we HEADING OFF INSANITY INCENDIARY FIRE BURNS abf.ut f b.PoO men. Tho eft'eera will "Thero will always remain,' 'I reproving," adds Mrs. shall havo reached the point when O ARMY CAMP BARRACKS bo graduates from the Chapultopeo Largely as a result of the war, it plied, "ruffians who care nothing for wo can no longor grow, then wo are Crosswhile. "Six botin Mexico City. Military School dead and should quit tho profession. has been found that timely treatment right nnd fear only tho gendarmes." Camp Mprrlttt,N. J., March 13. tles of Cardul and . . .1 "Evidently,' 'said Viviani, "and Just Six wooden Tho Kentucky child Is entitled to given to children who aro norvoms, was cured, yes, I can sai barracks were destroyed UNIVERSITY STUDENTS LEAD drink from a stream of living water, restless or otherwise abnormal wjll as one can not abolish ruffians one on the army roservatlon here tonight DRY OFFICERS IN RAID they were a God-sen- d and not from a.stagnaut pond. Ken- enable them to readjust their atti- can not abolish wars, but they can by a fire, which broko out simultame. I believe 1 wot&I tucky must havo better prepared tude toward life so as to avoid falling be mado uncommon and perhaps con- neously in all 6 buildings and apparMadison, Wis., March 13. Eleven have died, had it ngt beea tochers; every educational facility victim to Insanity .melancholia and fined to smaller area it wo can mako ently was ot incendiary origin. Italians were arrested last nlrfit In a in promoting must havo better prepared teachers; Blmilar Ills. Dr. Loren Johnson, governments for Cardul." Cardul fcae Thirty other buildings wero dam- raid Instigated by university students every educational facility ought to bo speaking in Washington, said: "The liberty undor tho law with a few aged tho total loss being estimated at In an effort to stop tho selling ot been found beneficial it devoted to that- - end. Wo can not work with tho children Is very Im- simple, fixed rules ot right and wrong $10,000 liquor to undergraduates. It was many thousands of other safely or wisely overlook any op- portant, as the roots of the wreckage In international conduct and leaving No soldiers havo been stationed In learned today. cases of womanly trounsvlums each nation otherwlso freo to work the camp for some time. portunity to accomplish this result. ot human lives in jails and Tho students led twenty Federal bles. If you feel the need! This Is a problem of the people, lead back to childhood and Infancy. out Its own destiny." officers thru the Italian districts. mm "So you wish leave to get married, of a good, strcngthes-fn- g rather than of tho teaching profes- It children wore brought to mental University officials knew nothing Mary? I hope you have given tho mat- of the raid. sion. Tho people should demand it clinics, and their parents would tako CYCLONE CAUSES FIRE-TRA- P tonic, why not ttf ter serious consideration." of tho teachers and should accept no tho advice they rocolvo there, In 25 m Cardul? It may be. feet "Oh I havo, sir," was tho earnest PIRATES AS OF OLD What is said to bo tho greatest disloss. As tho spokesmen of tho peo- years Insano asylums would honomo what you need. aster ever recorded in tho annals ot roply. "I havo been to two fortuneple, as tho moldors of public opinion, almost unnecessary." NOW ROAM BLACK SEA m forestry or lumbering, occurred In tho tellers and a clairvoyant, and lookpioneers of all better things, as tho stato ot Washington when timber es- ed in a sign book, and dreamed on a THE ELOQUENCE OF WOMEN All Paris, March 12. As in the 'days wo appeal to tho pross of tho stata "Etholbert, I havo no use for that timated at from flvo to eight billion lock ot bis hair, and have been to when the Gulf of Mexico was tho help. Wo shall always bo grato- for .ruj for tho unselfish support- - given young Blithers; ho yawned three board foot In an area of 2250 squaro one of those, astorrologers, and to a Spanish Main and any ship fair gamo miles, was blown down. Tho wind meejum and consulted a oulja-boarto tho causo of education by our times while I was talking to him,'.' for British "privatoers" pirates aro "Ho wasn't yawning my dear; ho was so strong that tho recording in- and they all toll me to go ahead, sir. onco moro roaming the seas. press. ' We roallzo, howovor, that not our gratltudo but tho consciousness was merely trying to say something." struments at tho North Head station I ain't one to marry reckless llko, This time-- , however, they are Infestafter registering 132 miles an hour sir," Household Words. Town Topics. ing tho Black Sea. Passengers from of n service rendered, is the Incen J ' All Who Signed This Increased Pay Calls For lino cross chapters INCREASE MEMBERSHIP Thoroughly Equipped ticle Were Wrong, o t wero wrecked. Tho observer said tho ' wind nttnjned a velocity of 1G0 miles an hour, tho highest ever recorded. Tho timber was mostly western hemlock nnd spruco, subject lo rapid decay, and owned mostly by private Individuals and lumber companies. Federal and stato appropriations nro asked to movo ns much timber out of the region ns possible; such a mass of felled timber Is said to constituto n great fire risk. a ROYALISTS GROWING HOLDER JLnBfc-afaf- r' r 4t jLi lS53i?rV,f M&U A-"" Pnnlnnle" ISTIllM TlranhTO W fcl? tar - n h nTfliT n t I m -- UA III Rlt (iastc :Ji. mm n. hh hr mm. IfEIffifliftiffijhil For Infants and Chilu.. ;aTQRIA Mothers Know TfaS Genuine u ALCOHOL-3EEP.GBN- j AVciclnWcPfcpafalionrotAs-fsimilnlimJuieroodbyRcguU- Zel-tun- -- J Always Bears the Signature of 1 one-fou- r otww .- g er m 1 -- iir n (p u.sts !f?r Thirty Years Pnr 'CASTOR;; tax-paye- rs VeEe-lvolve- d- $6,-00- 1 s. 1 5 Was Very Weak 3 tax-pay- er Cross--white- ty-fi- LATIN-AMERIC- A -- al lm-pul- so mm The Woman's Towc ago-limi- t Druggists d, ? . ... fiifl . 39 L Gormnny, wo fail to sco Just how tho Gornians nro to benefit by their failure to come to terms, as by Allied occupation and enforced collection, Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY additional cost to tho Huns will all HARTFORD but double tho amount thoy must Incorporated pay, and now, tho French"' nra threatening to ralso their Indemnity TV. S. TINSLEY, rdllor It looks liko demands 33 per cent. nnd Business Mntingcr. tho German Laity must toll for years come," to pay a debt Incurred by Entered according to law nt tho to JTostofflco. Hartford. Ky., as wall those they not only blindly, but Joy fully followed, whllo tho xaatter of tho second class. if not reposing in an easy and happy to state of mind, Is at least wallowing Address all communications Hartford Ropubllonn. In luxury, In his gladly chosen secluTho sion under the protecting wing of tho Dutch. NOTICE subscribers desiring the paper sent Subscribers to a now address must gtvo tho old ' Mob snjrlt has again gono on a address In making the request. riot In Kentucky. A few days ago Business Locals and Notices 10c a negro was tried In tho Woodford 8c por lino for each lino, and County Circuit Court and becausoof insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tho fact that ono man disagreed with nf Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for tho other eleven, resulting In a misaach head lino and slgnautro, money trial, n mob formed, called upon tho (a advance. Church Notices for services froo, Jailer, who, without resistance, It Is lo por said, turned tho koys and negro over but other advertisements, word. mid-nigmarauders and law will to tho Anonymous communications Violators, who led tho negro a short recolvo no attention. distance from the Courthouse nnd hanged him. Tho negro, In all proTELEPHONES bability was guilty of murder, as 69 Farmers Mutual oleven of tho twelve Jurors, as wo re123 Cumberland member It, wero for giving him tho death penalty. Taking tho prisonLVUCJI 18 er's lito was not the worst of the FRIDAY crime, but the organized, premeditated and vicious attack upon tho law ANNOUNCEMENTS of the land, by the fifty or odd, who themselves became the most danger ous sort of criminals, is tho worst For County nnd District Offices. feature and for the State and that community in particular, tho sadest to announce part of the whole affair. Next In "Wo are. authorized candidacy of the following citi- acts of disgrace was that of tho tho zens, subject to the action of tho Re- County Judge who appointed the publican party in tho primary election wife of the Jailer to succeed her hus band, whom the Governor had re.August 6, 1921: moved, for failure to offer protection to tho prisoner in his charge, and For Rcpiescntntivc. keeping. The County Judge might ' IRA JONES Arnold. just as well have appointed, or attempted to appoint the deposed JailFor Circuit Clerk: er, as his act is but another direct 2. Hartford R. FRANK .BLACK slap at the law and ono of utterly V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvillo. ignoring the constituted authorities, Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART whether done willfully or otherwise. Tke Hartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFluko.) Working and worrying two days and four nights ovor nn Income tax report, wherein there is ito tax due, is enough to make even a newspaper guy 'want to go fishing. Candidates almost took tho Circuit Court this week and last, they wero so thick that when a fellow met n man ho hardly knew whether ho was a. gentleman or Just a candldnte Wo need somo ono to devil around this office. Not that wo don't havo them around frequently, but It is ono thing to bo n dovll and nnothor thlngj to devil, especially around a printing office. THE ANNUAL JUNIOR PLAY "" ENTITLED 4 T to 'Cranberry Corners' Will Be Given al ht It hain't going to have to git much warmer or much longer nforo wo are n goin to feel a bullhead catfish a nt a hook tied to a lino attached to our old bamboo. Paper or no pa per, tho call Is glttin tho best 'o us. tug-gi- Ernest Birkhcad has quit bothering us about that alleged partnership tobacco Will Brown left here, and wo shore do hope BIrk's quitting Is final too. Ho nearly got us to give up tho tobneco at ono tlmo, nnd if ho only knew how nigh he was to it ho would moro than likely swear at himself for stripping his persistency. Somebody, whoso nnmo we can't recall, told us that Mrs. Rol Riley wanted to buy a barrel of spring tonic, or enough to last Rol until she could get her garden planted. We understand that Rol's fever gets up with him most every morning. If It does his caso is chronic, and we would advise Mrs. Riley to withhold Rol's meals as a last resort, to accomplish her purpose. Squire Ben nice, of Fordsvllle, was hero the other day and he said he had been a bit under the weather for some days, but his Doctor promised to prescribe something for him that called for a pint of liquor In which a nasty sort of concoction was to be placed, and Ben lowed he was a going to get tho Doc to let him take It home to mix up, and he was going to make toddies of tho liquor and pour the other stuff on a grass sack and wlps his shoes on il. le Thursday Night, March 24 AT THE COLLEGE HALL. This is a delightful rural comedy of four acts, full of sparkling humor. One you are sure to enjoy and one you must not let pass without witnessing. ADMISSION: Wo note that quite a lot Is being said in these days of and for Civil "WINSON SMITH Select. Service, by Democrats and papers of "W. S. DEAN Dundee. that party. It seems that the deadly 'fear of turning back to the spoils For County Attorney. (system is chilling the blood in many OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. veins. We are first of all, for good service, people are entitled to receive For Sheriff. it, it ought always be demanded. We HaBBlBBBni9HBIBBHHHHEHB6C3HEBHSHIHK9HBHEBBHIHHSHB9HBSBninBBBBHIBIB GEORGE P. JONES Beda. however, are living under about the If these Prohibition enforcement G. A. RALPH Hartford. same sort of civil service, administer- fellows, on the ruling of A. Mitchell B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. ed In about the same sort of manner Palmer, are going to permit the sale w ere Willie Foroman and family, of I LOUISVILLE MARKETS CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. as existed 7 or S years ago. But civil of beer for medicinal purposes, 'spect Barrett's Ferry. Johnlo Loyd nnd CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. service as applied in tho past, has we will get Doc Balrd, or Doc Dock- ot Httlo ramiiy, or .Narrows, Drotner-in-iaCattle Market showed CICERO CROWDER Select. meant the turning out of every single ery to do some prescribing for us. chango on any class of stock. Supply Rev. Foreman, Lon Allen and wife, T. H. BLACK Hartford. Republican and filling the bole with We know just plum well that wo will for tho day's trading was of moderate of Owensboro, MrJ Holbrook and wlfo Centertown. a 3UALIN D. HEFLIN Democrat. Look at the Postofficcs receive no less than a dozen 'skeeter' volume and baby, of Owensboro, Mrs. Paleswithin Ohio County, and If you can bites per day, during 'the week wo Quotations: Prlmo heavy steers tine Roberts, of Narrows and Tom- -' For County Clerk: ifind one filled by a Republican, where are going to spend on our fishing $9 9.25; heavy shipping steers myLoyd, of Haynesvllle. Mr. and ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver a Democrat wanted It, or could be trip, and we figure that a bottlo of medium to good steers $7.50 Mrs. David Howard, n neighbor, with Dam. found to take It, we will eat ono col- 2 to 4 per cent stuff would about 8.50; light steers '$7 7.50; fat their brother, Mr. Joe Howard, who Bell's Run. 1SOM MITCHELL umn of this paper. It Is a notorious equal a good sized swig of old-tiIs sponding the winter with thorn, heifers $G.509; fat cows $5.50 SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. fact too, that Democrats havo been red liquor, per each snake bite. Henco 7; medium cows $4 5.50; cutters $3 came over and brought their baskets MODE SCHROADER N. Rosino. appointed who failed in exwe are going to prepare, In advance, filled, to celebrate tho birthday of 4; canners $22.50;'bulls $4.50 J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. aminations, while a Republican stood for the "skeeter bites wo well know 6; feeders $0.50 8.25; stockers Mr. Joo Howard, who was 75 years E. G. BARRASS Hartford. upon the elllglblo list. And there are we can't avoid, and, wo are sick now, of ago March 8th. $5.508; milch cows $7080. M. F. CHUMLEY McIIenry. other cases where the politicians de for about two or threo cases then. To make tho surprise comploto the steady. Calves Market Best J JAMES A. TATE Hartford. sired tho appointment of an indivivoals $10 10.50; medium to good guests came with baskets filled with It M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. Olllfp nm Mnlnot n't 1 i' lowdual ns low as fifth, or perhaps ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. the cholclest food. The day was $4.50 7.50; common $3 4.50. !t n..i. -- ...I ci c is.i'i2 i uw ji uiuii i nave V"i i lv er, simply for political reasons and All persons having claims against Hogs Market weak and prices well spent by all and proclaimed a a lit of trouble and hardly For Jailer: MARY E. showed 75c loss on expediency, when that has been the tho estate of W. R. or . all weights in great success. t v.. .in AiiC CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. case grade stood for nothing or but SHULTZ, deceased, aro hereby noti- sympathy with all other points. Best Written by a Friend. "WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. . STANDARD little. Civil service as generally fied to present same to me, properly hogs 200 pounds and up sold at $10 f JOHN T. KING Hartford. COLONY BROODER practiced, by each of the dominant proven, on or before June 1st, 1921, izu to 200 pounds $10.50; pigs 90 to LIVIA, ROUTE 2. Sunnydale. S. A. LEE parties, has often been a farce and or they will be forever barred. 120 pounds ,$9.25; 90 pounds down HartJBARNETT L. TINSLEY Ii a wonder! Make three chicles crow In the light of such practices as above CHAS. W. SHULTZ, Admr., $8.25; throwouts $6.75 down. Misses Ada Mae and Laura Rhoads xinerc ono grew before; cuts equipford R. F. D. No. 5. ment colt and operating expenses to Pellvillo, Ky. referred to, no sane man believes for 38t3 Sheep and Lambs Few lamb3 spent last week with their sister, lest thin half, and takes lest than JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, a the time and labor required by minute that a failure ought to be available; bulk of the offerings Mrs. Kernlo Ralph of Pleasant Ridge. Route 1. ' Sc. r jbr?Sdcr-- . We guarantee the AV1LL 1L1YS ISSUES hidden under the skirts of Standard" to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis French nnd all any other broodshipped direct. Prices generally McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON er can dp, and do it better, at a cost civil service rules and regulations. FIRST P. O. BULLETIN steady. Best lambs ranged from $7 son, James, spent Sunday with Mr, ' lcsaJLu.ctn'and little Used by lr-- breeders over 100,000 big But as aforesaid stated, all positions seconds $4 5. Best fat sheep and Mrs. C. L. Martin, of near Bolls everywhere. Capacity 100 to 11W, For Tav Commissioner Uurns coat and regulates itself. aro now filled by Democrats, that Is Will H. Hays' first order and stateRun. X. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. if wanted and applied for, or it one ment as postmaster general was re- $3 down; bucks $2 down. We (ruarantee the "SMnrl.i-.ln,! Mr. and Mrs. y, ot Red Produce. you may write the guarantee to suit G. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. could bo hunted up and induced to ceived by postofflce officials yesteryourself. Isn't that fair? Local produce dealers quote buy- Hill, spent Sunday with Mrs. Molllo TtOY F, KEOWN Fordsvillo. take 'the job. How does it happen day with tho arrival of tho Postal ing prices as, follows, net to shipper, Murray. A. J. WILLIAMS, that Democrats hold all of these Bulletin. Misses Cora Louand Irene Westor-flel- d tho shipper paying freight and dray-ag- e Hartford, Ky. For Magistrate, places under the glorious Civil SerIncluded is Mr. Hay's declaration and brother, Edmund, of Pleascharges; ; j , (Distrcit ,No. 7.) vice rules? Its all very nice and that it is his aim to humanize the ant Ridge, spent Sunday with their Eggs J, WALTjER TAYLOR Cromwell. rather elevating to talk about pie postal service and his desire to know Poultry":28c dozen. J Hens 26c lb.; largo spring grandmother, Mrs. Josle Clark. J7N.""liOGSDON Rosine. and job hunters and spoils systems that all postal employes are partners chickens 26c lb.; small 32c lb.; old Mrs. Lewis French has returned ?V (Pislrlct No. 4.) and such like, when said talker has in service to the public. homo after spending the past week roosters 1213c lb.; stags 20c lb.; J. W, CHEEK Asklns. I every public crib and pie counter Tho first order authorizes the pay- young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 turkeys with relatives, at Owensboro. '' "(District vNo. 6.) , manned by a member of his own parr ment of rewards for arrest and con- 36c lb,; geese 20c lb.; guineas 30c Mrs, Hazel Wilkerson, of Owensfcj. ty. No man should be appointed to viction of parties robbing the malls. each; youngjgulneaa.SOc. ' boro is visiting relatives nt this place. 7HJEL MIDRIFF Hartford, R. 6. any position who is not competent, Under the federal code of 1909, Mr. Mr. Tllder Wigglnton and family, . MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. qualified and worthy, and tho next Hays directs that $ 1,000 will be paid NOTICE FRUIT GROWERS who have smallpox, are getting along No.' 2.) (District In lino ought always Or under reasonfor arrest and conviction of parties nicely,. Qentertown; fcW. I havo moved my nursery stock to able circumstances be given tho pre robbing mall cars in motion; $500 Mr. , Henry French spent Sunday4 ti (District No. 3) 1 they? for any postal route other than rail Beaver. Dam. Ho,ve the best varie- with RJr, Theov Johnson, ot Maxwell. N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. , ference. But, havo way; $200 for postofflce robbery,and ties ot apple, for sale at bargain . INDIANAPOLIS WEATHER smaller amounts for breaking postal prices. Seq ray stock before buying FOUR WILL APPEAR Suct!on-Cream 'Sapwdor U noted "Wo note that a party is in a hosWARMEST FOR YEARS boxes and similar thefts, ipr particulars see mo or JM. PorFOR BOOZE VIOLATIONS the workl over tor Ha alrong, simple Indianapolis, March 16. It was 76 pital, being .treated for delirium ter afTIn Shop, or call me over homo and clean kimmlng. phone, or J M. Barrett over Cumbor-Inn- d. We understand how a man degrees abovo zero at 1:45 o'clock ASHAMED T OFACE FRIENDS Henderson, Ky., March 15. Two The Suction-feebowl hoe only three ATTEMPTS TO TAKE LIFE slight bo affected with delirium, but hore today, or within of druggists and two physicians will bo simple pari wlitejt mean no dlace and where, and how does one got tho a degreo of tho hottest weather for R. E. BARRBTT 38tl called before the federal prohibition can be easily and quickly cleaned. Henderson, Ky., March 16. Eddie 'tremens? March slnco tho Weather Bureau opInspector tomorrow to answer charges SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER preferred against Snelling, white, a prisoner sorving Owing lo the Suction-iceened a station in Indianapolis in principle an them for alleged even thicknesi of cream le nsured no "Wo will be powerful glad when 1871. The record shows March IS, four months in tho county Jail for violations of tho Volstead prohlb'tlon taking property belonging to another, , Last Thursday morning March 10, ct. Tho physicians aro charged with matter what speed the crank Is lumed t 1903, to be the hottest day on record, Clara Hanion is removed from and It skims dean at any speed. page of the papers coming to when the thermometer climbed to 76 attempted suicldo In Jail this morn- the quietude ot tho homo ofRov. and writing prescriptions for transient ing by hanging himself with a blan- Mrs. W. H. Foreman, of Fordsvillo, guests at a local hotel and this office. While Jako Hamon Is Why not elop in and lei us explain this the drugperhaps reaping a merited reward, ket. Ho was discovered by Jailer was broken by tho almost simul- gists with failure to keep propor rewonderful machine to yftj. Davis, who cut him down, and sum- taneous arrival ot vehicles loaded ports of whisky sales. EGGS FOR SALE. late, as we see it, wil) not havo acHe was restored with relatives and friends to celebrato complished her wholo duty until moned physicians. bostowed upon cer-ta- ln reward S. C. White Leghorns, 280 egg to consclousness'and gave as his rea- tho 75th birthday of the father of 8 For Salo By First Young Lady Do you believe connections In the case. strain, $1.00 per 15; $6.00 poi hun- son for attempting to end his Ufa children and grandfather of 33 chil that this was a war of conquest? WILLIAMS & TAYLOR Second Young Lady Well, I know dred. that bo was not guilty of tho Qhargo dren. Tho first nrrvlal was Clarand could not bear to face his friends ence Foreman and family ot Rey a lot of girls who got husbands .by it. Mrs. J. W. TAYLOR, tho Allied Powers porsist In col- If kt( Tho other guests nolds Station. after bis torm expired. Beaver Dam, R. 3. gectins tho indemnity now laid upon 38t4 national iriuuno. For County Judge: f. .JMACK COOK Hartford. Reserved Seats 35c; General Admission 25c. w 9; 1- -2 &VS' 1 VV ,9; Rhea-Murra- , , ' gfcfZ 4 d d tro-see- ns. two-tent- the-fron- an-otb- or l r ?-- -" " ": h Easter Toggery We Are Prepared To Show You Mr E. W 'Smith, of Echols, vas today from Owonsboro, whero tho guest of his son, Mr. 0. E. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, City, ycstorday and alio wont ycstorday to shop. Wednesday. Mr. Arthur Loach, City, lift 'Wed An Interoatlng and well attended nesday for Graham, whoro ho will bo employed by tho Duncan .Coal Com Blblo Institute has been In progress pany. at the Baptist Church, Beaver Dam, slnco Sundny. ltov. Chester Stevens, Louisville, wn In Hartford this week, calling on Mrs. M. L. MeCracken and children friends and attending to business will leavo next Wednesday for Louismatters. ville, whoro they will spend a week with rolatlvcs. Mrs. C. M. Crowo, City, left Tuos- dny for Auburn, whero sho will spond Archie, the seven year old son, of a wcolt with her mother, Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. n. D. Butler, City, is S. Chandler. rapidly recovering from a severe atMlas Etta Holder, City, will ' MMBAIHMiMHBBHBMiHVQflflHHMMflHiRPflPtfTTHMB. I'M A. &,4mk r if yBPIIMMHBIRmx k J JWi piliilw naiHmii nrLiiS MMjfT lJ ffmlPWkV. ilmmm tii flniMii IMBf X iff n. v s. i ""ms tack of pneumonia. Mr. Cecil Tlchonor, City, went to Graham Wednesday, with tho vlow Messrs. James Borryman, J. M. of securing employment by tho Dun- Moore and Jack Taylor, of Taylor can Coal Co. Town, near Rochester, were among SPRING COATS at $12.50, $18.50, $25.00, $35.00 community, o'f' near town, Bomo of those from that Miss Erma Carter, COAT SUITS at $15, $19.50, $25.00 $30.00, $35.00 in town yesterday. for Chicago, 111., loft Wednesday whero alio will make an extended vis-- It SILK DRESSES at $10, $12.95, $15.95, $20, $25 Miss Veneta Barnard, of Dundeo, with relatives. , visited friends nt Midland, last week BLOUSES at $3.95, $5.95, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 and attended the marriage, of Mlsd Capt. S. K. Cox City, on visiting Stella Mlllor to air. Claud Noffslnger. is the one for you to buy for Beauty, SILK & LISLE HOSE at 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50 tho local school Jnst Friday, gave a Miss Barnard was bridesmaid on that Quality and Service. much enjoyed talk to tho pupils of occasion. KID & SILK GLOVES 50c, $1, 1.50, $2.50, $3.50 Mrs. S. O. Keown'a room. SLIPPERS at $3.50. $5.00. $6.00. $7.5(T Mrs. Olllo Barnet who has booif EGGS FOIt SALE Pure Whlto making an extended stay In Owens-bor- o, Plymouth nocks $ 1 per setting of 16. NEW COLLARS at 50, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 under treatment. Is expected Apply J. F. BRUNER, Pres. to return to her homo here, thh week DEALERS "" RIBBONS at 25c, 50c, 75c, 99c. Whlto Hock Club, Hartford. Mrs. Baraett' is reported as much 34tf HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. improved. PURSES at 50c, $1.00 $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dcrnlco Frost, of here, r V Moorman, spent tho week-en- d LADIES' HATS at $3.50, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00 Mr. Leonard Wallace .lately of Hull tho guests of Mrs. Frost's father, Dr. Texas, who has been visiting his E. D. Pendleton and family. father, Mr. Frank Wallace, of nosin.e, for some time, will leavo the last oi trip south by rail to Key West, FIa.r Oflo C. Martin has purchased tho this week for Denver, Colo., whero TAX SUPERVISORS and from there he will go to the fleet 'Street, residence property on Main IN BUSY SESSION base at Quantanamo on a destroyer. he exnects to visit friends somo two of Mrs. Laura Stevens, and will move months, returning to Roslno where he He will be accompanied by Capt J. into samp at an early date. These-ar- e only a few of the '. will enter business. 5j75,000 Increase By Stntc Board K. Robinson, of naval operations, and Col. D. D. Porter' of tho Marina , Must Ho Distributed By Dr. J. W. Taylor, afterbelng con-many things that will add to Misses Amelia Plrtle and Bessie Corps. Ills naval aide, Commander Local Board. fined to his homo for qulto a long Clark, ,Clty went to Louisville last . P. W. Footo, may also accompany time ,haa recovered sufficiently as .to Friday, where Miss Clark remained your Easter appearance. .. tn- J"t Tlnnrl rf H1!! hi 111. i mf be able to bo down In town. until Monday, visiting her sister, Mrs. Supervisors, composed of O. D. Car-- 1 In making announcement tonight Call and we will do the rest. and Mr. Penland. son, Hartfbrd, J. S. Kirk, Fordsvillo, of his contemplated visit Mr. Danny G. II. Penland Pell-vlll- s, Messrs. Charles W. Shultz, of Miss Plrtle went on to Frankfort to liim- J. B. York, Sulphur Springs, Joe 'said he intended to familiarize and Scott Huff and Moso Wells, ana visit her sister, Mrs. Vernon Llgon Miller, Horse Branch, T. C. Dennis, ' self with tho administration of Fordsville, noute 3, were In Hart- and Mr. Llgon, both returning home Q. O. Taylor, Cool Springs,' worRday routine of thebattle fleet. on business. Prentiss, ford Wednesday, . Monday. vrn .1 Tt.-i.- ... r. na visit tn Hnltl nnd tho Dominican ii. u. spurrier, nerucii uuu re- Junior- - Class, Llndloy; Matanzas, met at the County republic has- no connection with Tho High School, SETTIXO EGGS FOR SALE Bar cent enorts to ooiain me wiumrawu Tax Commissioner's Office Monday will present the play, "Cranberry red Plymouth Rocks, Rhodo Island and have since been busy In trying of American marines from tho islands Corners" Thursday night, March 24, Reds, puro stock; eggs, lo for $1.00; one of inspection. at tho Auditorium, Tchool buildings 50. for $3.00; 100 for $C.00. My to adjust the assessments ot indivl-- j ho said, and will be corporations to meet the onij. duals and stock is as good as any in the county. aV K7fi.nnn increase placed upon the W6 have a full lino of Now PerAlso agent for the Buckeye Incuba- NOTICE on display. by the State Board of Tax County fection Oil Cook Stoves torand Brooder Co. A. J. WILWhile the returns The stoves that satisfy the entire LIAMS. Call WILLIAMS & TAY- Commissioners. 37t2 Four good work horses for calc family. phones. ot the County Tax. Commissioner 7, LOR, Hartford, Ky. Both Worked every day through the winter. ACTON BROS. showed a total assessment of 36tf Satisfaction guaranteed. i Tough ready for farm work. tho additional Increase made R. L. DEVEIt, See W. E. Ellis & Bro. for all kinds liv the State Board will not material Price reasonable. Mr. Alec Carson, of Nocrcek, who The Hartford Republican of Oliver and Vulcan chilled plows. has been seriously 111 for some time, f With our next issue we will start ly hurt any individual if properly 3 8tf Hartford, Ky. one-ha- lf a series of articles, of about n.,.1 nn,iltn1ltr tnrnni1 ntif where it and who recently developed a case lengthy giving a bit of L.,wh n thoVORLDrfTAILSI'IN KECORD MAKCH 18 Mr. Ben Kelley, of the Fordsvillo of pneumonia, was resting fairly well column "in FRIDAY """ irn ' nnd that is what the early hlstorx of the various States County Board Is striving to do BROKEN FLIER ASSEKXS Wednesday. nt press hour. country was In tho City and territories. The coat of arms of rnC InAnl Tlffl Vina Tinaaarl nVIr each state will also bo gven and our ni," "v. hnif nt- tho Hst Lakeland, Fla., March 15. De- .1.1 PERSONAL NEWS -W S. Brown, of Centertown, was Mrs. Ellis Foster and little son, lirto readers should icllp ttnd preserve the SUIllClUllIbwhose assessments had been clarlng that his airplane mado a total In Hartford Wednesday, on business Ellis Maddox, City, wont to LIvermore AND SOCIAL EVENTS school chil of those especially should revolutions in ono with articles, ,of twenty-eigh- t tenfatlvely Increased. today to spend "tho week-en- d ' preserve them, as the Informaminute and fifteen seconds in drop- oc- paid for eggs Mrs. Foster's-slster- , Mrs. E. E. Brown dren - Mr.'Georgo (Dock) Nabors, of DunHighest Cash Prices ' Ptag-froltion gained is lfkely to be of much an altitude of 8.60O teat to ll)"0 and Mr. Brown. I and paultry. dee, was in town Monday, use. Haldonian? for & BRO. W, E. ELLIS r mf- cn th Census an-- " nierjalr service aviator, tonignt ciaimOscar Bennett, a student of K. S. COUNTIAN Seed potatoes nna onion sets, In ed ho had broken the world's tail uuuwj U.. who recently underwent an op JIn James v. Hamilton, oi 37t2 KILLED IN ARIZONA ncunces, subject to correction me spin record. quantity, at ACTON BROS , C, was a visitor hero while in 'town eration for throat ttouble, Is still fniinwThtr Preliminary figures from The flight in which the drop occonfined to tho hospital, but is muK- 16. W. the Census of Agriculture for Ohio curred was made today over Lakefrom Tuesday Owensboro, Ky., March Dr. Sam Balrd has recovered Ing good Improvement. a sovere case of blood poisoning A. Sherrlll' .former cashier of tho County, Ky.: land. Tho official tall spin record Squlro B. F. Rico, of Fordsvillo, Farms and farm acreage, Jan. 1, , AAA Utica Deposit Bank, ot this county, Tuesday, attending CirYou who aro In need. of a new Rug 4,033, increase8 '""" """ 4 112: 1910 ,,Mr. Marshall Crowe, of Adaburg, was In town was shot to death last nlglit by his 19on should seo our lino before buying. - Ariz., accuit Court. Chicago, but there office-- Tuesday. ,- - was a visitor at this roommate at Tombstone,1920 J- - P- - Hallam, of Wo have a yery attractive line of cording to a message received ln,Ow-enBboOperated by observers. Bush Melton ajul C. P. Axmlnlsters and Tapestries. increase 4,007; 1910-3,- 970, " Wo'havc Llnio, Plaster and Cement today. Sherrlll entered the tonIcht that te ACTON BBOS. of Owensboro, were in town 37t2 Operated by colored farmers luo 38t4 Tumor, Jimiun intn nt nlcht and his room Sun(lay0 hetlcr for sale. 1910-63,. Monday night. decrease 28.6. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. mate mistook him for a burglarNand -4perf0rmance and havo offl- A big cut in the price ofEastman by owners and' managers ., on haa- fired a pistol at him. The bullet enIncrease ; 1910-3,- 066, For International No. 8,. low, Corn Kodaks. Now is tho time to make tered "his head, killing him instantly. 1920-3- ,2?9 Her Mr. 'George A. Holland, of tho 38t2 ly-- u iL ..... V. the best pictures: i i Mnn. Kinc ManureN Spreaders Seo uon wu.ui wuo .u Sherrlll left this county ten years 6.9.- By tenants Jtv J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler. ago, following an indictment against 967, decrease 13.9. joh " " tttt.tc nun day. Hartford, Ky. Land in farms, total acres .1920 him resulting from a $5,000 short- Mrs. J. C. Bennett, City, who has Jury 336,794; 1910338,211, 0.4. . ImKing, city, Mr. nnd Mrs. Morten aee at the Utica bank. The Have your corn meal made at ACa considerable length ot 218,793; 1910 r an agreement when proved acres-192- 0 are tho parents of n baby girl, born been Get your own corn failed to reach TON BROS. tima is improving,. was 225,375, decrease 2.9. Sherrlll Saturday. ' ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ex the case was tried. ' " Value of land and buildings, 1920. married but had separated from his V. Day, change meal for corn any day. JHSflK." Messrs. Frank May and A. $10,364,116; 1910, $4,907,504, in Mouse puiuiiiiB, V IK) IT AUW H. D. ESTES, Miller. wife. 33tt of Whltesvllle, were In Hartford crease 111.2 per cent or $5,4&e,bu. Seo mo and out. fBlde on business. Farms reporting domestic animais j. c. UAHEllltat. . NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY Mr. Will Chnraberlin, of Owensboro 1920 3,855; 19103,760. Number v 1" Horses, 6,- 1920 Quite a number of Hartford Bap- who is convalescent from a severe Attorney L. P. Tanner, of OwensIn tho District Court ot Tho United animals reported Mule3 19204,- the Baptist Institute ensn of rheumatism, is making an ex 182:1910, 7,188; boro spent sovoial days in the City tists attended States For .tho Western Dis-tended visit with relatives and friends s,i--- i; in Beaver Dam' yesterday. 844: trict or Kentucky. this week.' 4,031; 1910 here and In the Nocreek country. of William McKlnley 191010,485; Sheep In the matter r Swine, 1920 i. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Logan, City, 11,767, vMr. W. J. Bean returned WedneSherrell, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Lu,- - Reynolds, Bankrupt in uannrupicy. 191013,778. f6r Louisville, where where We had left yesterday ot Wflliam McTo the Creditors sday, from Louisville i. ther Leach, who 6aa been dangerousthey will spend a fewlays. Crops; Corn, 1919, acreage been, on Dusiness.. days, of Klnley Beynolds ot McHcnry, in the "V.. ly 111 for' th past-seve-ral 1909 acreage 55,- bu. 988.822: County of Ohio and district aforesaid, See'us for all klnd'd 'of grasa and' pneumonia "and othV complications, bankrupt. 373, bu. 8.46.649vWheat, 1919, acre N;c. and'lfrs. Henry Hlntou Sulr . was thought to be Improved late uj ou. bo.joo; "Tpnur Springs, are parents ot, a girl field. seeds. Quality first. & BRO. o Notice is hereby given that on the age 8.290, ' yesterday. W, E. ELLIS Hay, 1919 acre B.524'vbu. . baby, born Monday. 5th daV of March A. D. 192 the said -- s -.i V 1909 acre duly adjudicated bank- age 16,791, 'tons. 17,906; have telephoneg and sup After Ihe snow Is gone and the sun Reynolds was age 16,127, tons 13,614. Tooacco, J. B. Tappan, City, was recently -- . rupt, and that 'the first meeting of FOIt BALE Two pocket billiard pounds 7,870,-71- plies in atock. a certificate ot Optometry, comes out, we begin to think of garMake a spewill beheld .at the law of- 1919, .acreage 1,305, tables, with complete equipment, Call granted dens, bo we have prepared to furnish creditors by the State Board ot Health. 190,9 acreage 7,800, pounds WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. cialty of repair vork. fice ot Barnes & Smith1 In Hartlord, 37tt you with garden" seed of all kinds March, Speciality, LENORD'S bulk seeds, Kentucky on the 25th day of you need Wire Brackets, e, We are prepared t.o fill all orders )ur Mr. Ira Bean and" family, of LouU-vlHWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. A. D.. 1921. at 1 o'clock P, M, at DENBY TO INSPECT See us for your needs. 37t3 Pins, Spools, Insulators, In will arrlvp"hero Sunday, to re- for fortlllzor. which tlnve the said creditors may W. B. ELLIS & BnO. V. S. MARINE POSTS 38t4 attend, prove their claims, appoint a main during tho summer. sulated Wire, Lightning ArJames' S. C, White Leghorns the by trustee, examine the Bankrupt and headed Flock Switches, or any Mr. and Mrs. Len Hall, Dundjo, aro 6ee machines. Washington, March 14. Secretaas may Wo have field fence, rabbit and pound boy, "Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 transact such other business ry ot the Navy Denby will lpavo for a telephone, call, write meeting. barbed wire fence. entertaining a new 12 Monday. poultry fence, and per 15; $6.00 per BO; $10.00 per 100. properly come before said who arrived at their home Washington Sunday for Quautunano, W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Petition filed March 4th, 1921, or phone rrie. A few second! MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, Cuba, where he will witness target DEAN, J. A. Centertown, Ky. Squire b: S. Chamberllnrof Owensmmw.-.- hand 'phones in stock. MitpraCUCQ anil WJUlcr uumu ." Feforee in Bankruptcy, Mr. J. M. Baize, Baizetown, was tho hero and W, H. Baize and boro, spent tho week-en'- d ot the Atlantic fleet, Later he will go Nq jh guest of his Bon,;Mr, WANTED To rent four roomi. Owensboro, Ky., March 15, 1921. with friends In the Nocreek country. to IJaltl and the Dominican republic A gar- Baize last week-enMrs. with olectrio lights, water and In one year about 1,500,000 tons to inspect tho marines siauoneu.un .street in to WashMr. and Mrs. Clarenco Igleheart, don, on excellent residence (Os- -' ot steel aro used In the manufacture the Islands and will return have tho International .Wo town, Hartford, H email family who will tried, and prlc- - after spondlng tho winter In motor ington about April 5. borne) DIso Harrows, to the i.nnrd three adults living in remain and repair of automobiles and Beaver Dam, Ky. l ODlt win. nt an early date, return The naval secretary will make ths ' UU H I ot house. Apply at this office. trucks. summer. der farm, near town, for the 4.- W. E. ELLIS & BRO.' The George Delker Buggy- at V ACTON BROTHERS 24$(9a l,.W,ll.l'i'-- $llj-303,45- 1 -- .... .., rpsus' n 2-- ro ,,",' .., .,. 5; ,.... Ti.f.i ." " bse8 ill-fo- Telephones i- yea-terd- ay iiu wt"i , is,i; 53,-73- SS."' ""6. No Need to I 1; Wait If . restee part ' - t d. .- W. G. Muffett LrfT-k-." ,.!, ..fc.' . I zi; . -- Sjkl "i ..- - riMMfUMWt1IU,J tho milk it is ndvlsablo to dip tho chick's beak In milk beforo It gots any other food. (This can best be dono when removing chicks from tho I1EAVEH DAM. ClItOCIT COUIIT. tompern- iect to gront variations In PUIlKltKKD ASSOCIATIONS Incubator). 01 vo milk to drink as Judge It. W. 8Iack, Oweniboto. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenney. KXHIIUT STOCK turo and which Is well ventilated, so 1IAN TO long as It is available. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClork R. W; Kins. k asaocla- - that tho nlr Is fresh and pure, ncoord-tioTwo burc-brc- d ford. organized last year in Ins to Farmers' Bulletin 110i5. Pollco Judgo J. V. Coopor. were U. H. NINTH IN EDUCATION Clork A. O. Portor, Hartford. County, Ind., according to a batlon of Hens Eggs Issued by the Marshal II. F. Slovens. J1 Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner report received from County Agent United States Department of Agrl-In recommending the passago of tin, Hartford. . A. Parker by tho United States culture FORDHVILLE. bill for tho estab Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, tho Smith-Town1 If built above ground tho walls of Department of Agriculture. Tho as- llshmcnt of n federal department of Ch'm'n. Board W. R, Jonoi. Hartford. bo double i relations plnn to mako exhibits at tho Incubator house should education, the houso cosmilttco on 1st Monday in March IS days Clork Olla Cobb. tho county fair to stimulate Interest nnd tho entlro building well InMihr.-i- n education stated that tho United Com'th. and Civil. well-bre- d animals, and then con- -, cd. Incubators may bo operated in Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. States occupies ninth place In 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. cooperative public sales. Ono buildings with slnglo walls, especial-associatiduct cation, "with most of tho world nhoad 1st Monday in July 12 days Marshal Grant Pollard. is composed of.Duroe and ly in mild climates, but o of us." Tho committee further said Com'th. and Civil. o Gnod of Hampshire- breeders. latcd room Is preferablo other that illiteracy alone is responsible for 3d Monday In September IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR hatching aro secured in Incti-i- n Stocknicn breeder of Chester Whlto hogs, suits in FOR PRESENT YEAR Give liaisons For Existence an economic loss of $S2G,000,000 a Civil. order to establish some of tho boys bator cellars and in Incubator rooms year, and that thero aro 1,000,000 4th Monday In November IS days Of Hunts. aro entirely abovo the ground lias given five oxcollent gilts to as which Moro than SOO replies havo been moro whlto Illiterates than lllltorato County Board of Education E. 3. Com'th. and Civil. many boys, with tho understanding lovol. received from pratlcal stock breeders negroes. Competent teachers aro Howard, S. S. O. O. room or collar Tho incubator ihnf hov win rpinrn tn him nnv COUNTY COUnT. and owners in response to a question- forced to give up thoir work on acDlv. No". 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. gilt ho may chooso from the first should bo largo enough to allow tho naire sent out by the United States count qf thoir meager salaries and Meets first Monday In each month. I attendant to work around tho ma- Routo C. Utter. many communities are unable fiefDepartment of Agriculture in an Judgo Mack Cook. Many incuba- chines conveniently. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle ' fort to determine tho causa and pos- nancially to support any schools at Oonnty Att'y. A. D. Kirk. nro provided with somo TJSE IJEST IHItDS AS BHEEDEnS tor cellars slblo means of preventing runts In nil. Tho committee asserted that the Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Progress In breeding poultry stock, system of ventilation in addition to live stock. Tho largo number of re- bill Is necessary as a measuro to meet Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. - the windows, whllo in othors the tho United States Department of Asplies, department specialists say, ln- - the situation and to glvo aid to tho Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Qoff, Roslno. advises, will bo made most tllatlon iscontrolled entirely by tho torest which stock breeders feel in states. Thero Is strong' opposition Jailer Worth Tlchonor. - lattor method. Muslin screens on tho Dlv. No. 6 Otis Stevens, Boavor quickly by picking out tho best into this bill, especially In Catholic D. E. Ward. this subject. Somo of tho questions Tax Commissioner dlviduals in tho flock nnd using thorn windows provide good ventilation asked In tho questionnaire aro: quarters. Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. at tho same time "From your experience-- , in what hb breeders, rather than by breeding without draft and : : Dlv. No. G Nat Llndloy, Center-towCoroner E. P. Rodgors. from tho nock as a whole. Tho sc- - keep tho direct rays of tho sun from classes of live, stock do the most KEEPING HIM SATISFIED FISCAJj COURT. loction of a malo for mating will tho machines. Many incubator col-b- o runts appear (cattlo, hogs sheep etc)? County Board of Examiners: E. S Influenced largely by tho charac- - lars have cement floors, which aro "In what stago of an animal's devel Meets first Tuesday In April and "I seo you aro keeping your hired Howard,. Mrs. Birdie Mldkltf and tor of tho femalo In any respect, this easier than dirt floors to keep clean opment does runtincss appear chief man all right now Ezra." October. Ira Jones. should bo offset as far as posslblo and neat. "Yep, keeping him nil right." 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, ly?" "In your experience what are Tcachors Institute, Sept. 13th , by strength in that particular ro- Route 3. seems satisfied too. How'd pre"Ho the most practical methods of 17th. spect in the malo used. One dozen eggs contain about 1 venting runts?" "Does it pay to you do it?" 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beavpint of water. Clean, fresh, puro raise runts to market size?' "To er Dam. "Did everything ho asked mo to. EXAMINATIONS SELECT SETTINGS "WITH CAKE water should be kept constantly be- - what extent would your financial re Let him work only four hours and 8nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Eggs that aro abnormhlly small fore tho hens and should bo renewed turns from llvo stock bo increased If eat with tho family. Ho got to com- 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center- Common School Diploma May 14 town. nnd poorly shaped should not bo at loast once, dally, say specialists of you had no runts?" plaining of dull evenings, so every and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam used for incubation; neither should the United States Department of Tho ropllcs thus far received show night I gave him tho uso of a .car Cth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo- - and Fordsvlllo.. town. that havo' thin or very porous riculture. May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers that Inferior breeding and poor feed of his own, and the money to spend, Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. shells, say specialists of the United ing aro jointly responsible for nearly to go to tho movies In town."" Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). B. F. Rice. Fordsvllle. 7th District States Department of Agriculture. If Perennial Crops AV1II Add Vnluo To May 28 nnd 29 County Teachers? "That ought to satisfy him." of the runts among live Tho Homo Garden, possible, eggs should be set when stock, and indicate that at least 7 "It didn't tho. Ho complained of 8th District B. CRhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotion at Hartford, (Colored). Plantings of perennial fruit and per cent of farm llvo stock Is com- his room, and so I coaxed my son to fresh, and It Is nover advisable to ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County and Stater nso for hatching eggs that are more vegetables add to tho interest and monly In the runty class. Detailed trade rooms with him. Them he Toachors' Examination at Fordsvllle,. HARTFORD. ap- seemed more settled like." than two weeks old. Ono of the value of every home garden. In (Whlto). data on tho times Mayor J. E. Bean. ways to obtain uniformity calities where they may be grown. pears, financial losses caused by. run your whis"I notice you'vtcut off Juno 25 nnd 2C County and State Clerk J. A. Howard. In tho offspring Is to select uniform- - some fruit trees and bush fruits ty stock, methods of prevention, when kers Ezra." Touchers' Examination at Hartford,. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. eggs of tho same color. (should bo planted where space per- - It pays and when It does not pny to ly good-size- d "Yeah. Some moro of that hired (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebtcr. Hard, sharp grit for grinding feed mlts.. in auuition to tno smaii inms raise runty stock aro now being pro- - man's notions." Sept. 17 nnd 18 County nnd State nnd oyster shells to supply lime for there aro a few permanent vegetables pared by the department for distri "Ilnni'i 1ti Teachers' Examination at Hartford ROCKPORT egg shells are both necessary. Neith which should not be overlooked. "He complained they tickled him (Whlto). bution to the public. Chm'n. Board W. Q. Her. Ono of these Is asparagus, which er will replace tho other, say spec- every time I kissed him goodnight." Sopt. 24 nnd 25 County nnd Clerk N. II. Bratcher. iallsts of tho United States Depart-- , will thrive almost anywhere, provided New Device Cleans Smnll Grains At Farm Life. Examination at Hartford, Pollco Judgo S. L. Fulkorson. It Is planted In good soil. A plot of mm nient of Agriculture. (Colored). ' Thrashing Time Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. ground 15 to 20 feet squaro In one A new device known as an aspira- ASBESTOS IS SPUN INTO FINE THREADS MAKI2 HENS AVOKK FOlt FOOD corner of tho garden will supply all tor has been designed by specialists of Kflllntr fertile eccs for market of the asparagus needed by an aver- the Bureau of Markets, United States Experimenters have lately sucpurposes during warm weather cost age family. A few hills of rhubarb Department of Agriculture, for cleanfarmers ?15,000,000 a year, say in sesttoua where It will grow tan be ing wheat and other small grains by ceeded in spinning asbestos into specialists of the United States De- - planted nlong the garden fence and removing smut, dust and dockagent threads of such fineness that 32,000 partmont of Agriculture. This loss furnish tho family supply. The sat .c the time of thrashing. This device feet weighs only ono pound. Of course and of a t.uiu- The rooster makes is true of is preventable. is attached to the grain delivery Only tho better grades of asbestos fi herbs. It eluding ttinic, spout, egg fertile. The fertile egg makes "or the and tests indicate that .It re- bers can ' be used for making such FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE the blood ring, which spoils tho egg tarragon, nnd sage. d of threads. Tho achievement is regardY5t S$jr. Dissolved In water for douches atop moves approximately CSPes of the type and variety sult- - what ordinarily Is classed as dockage. ed as of considerable importance as pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamand market. for food ma Until one has had considerable ex- - ed to tho locality should always be The use of this device will enable tho fino threads can bo used for mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten yearo. perlence It is best not to brood over included in the home garden. These farmers to keep for feed a part of the weaving a superior quality of A healing wonder for naaal catarrh, and for making sore throat and tore cye Economical. fabrics 500 chickens in one flock, and a' can Do grown on an aruor over me seeds and other foreign material orextra yarn and ropo. smaller number would probably do walk where they require no stan-Stat- dinarily hauled .to the elevator and flame-defyin- g Children better, say specialists of tho United space. Four to six vines of the producer; It also improves lost to the nL clard varieties, and one or two of tho A Safe Old Fashioned BURLESONIZED. Department of Agriculture. tho quality of grain 'iy removing southern type in the! rproper locality from a large part of tho smut dust Remedy for Worms Brood coops with runs should bo it Seventy. fivcyearicontin. Knlcker The center of population placed "on ground whore tho grass is will bo sufficient, and objectionable foreign material. uoua use is tho bett green nnd tender, and, as fast as it A recleauer, for attachment to tho moved 9.S miles In 10 years. FREY'S VERMIFUGE Built Give deck of thrashing machines, also deBocker It must have gone by off, the coop and run should Farm Fences nightly Js eaten can offer you. 1)0 moved to a place where the grass Economy Ami Service Keep a bottle alvraya on signed gives promise of being effi- mail! New "York Herald. hand. It will help keep Is plentiful, say specialists of tho Farm fences should comblno two cient; it is said. S3 the little onei healthy STYLISH TO SHOW EAR-TIPservice and economy says United States Department of Agri- -' qualities and happy. , tho United States Department of Ag- - War To Tho Last lint Hole Under culture. 30c bottle t your dniigirt't or general toirf or if your dctltr At the spring meeting of the La riculture. To give satisfactory ser- cnUupr)lyyou,tcndhUnma Federal Agent's Aid. ad 30c in ilinni and we'll Halrdresslng Association, In bo constructed 8' Succeed when everything else falls. " - vice the fence must According to reports to tho United dles' 1'OTATO DOUGHNUTS end you a botilo promptly. ' as to turn all kinds of stock without States Department of Agrlculturo, Boston, women wero advised that J In nervous prostration nnd female E. 4 S. lTSEY, Eilikort. VA. It has been found in tests mado a weaknesse they ate the supreme To bo economical it rat extermination work throughout the hair should be waved and done In the Experimental Kitchen of tho Injuring them. krrBta- remedy, at thousands have testified. United States Department of Agri- must bo built ns cheaply as Is consls the country is being carried forward high enough on the head to show FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE culture that a very soft dough ab- tent with durability. Tho fence that vigorously under tho combined ef tho tips of tho ears. Older women Is not ay show more ear than younger ones It is the best medicine ever cold sorbs moro fat than a stlffer mix- Is erected at a low Initial cost forts of tho county agricultural dem- 1 may be may-alshigher. dress their hair and over a druggist's counter. Too necessarily economical, for It onstrators sent out by the States ture In making doughnuts. very ex WILL YOU Servico and the rodent con- Earrings in hoop and pendant effects much flour, however, makes a dough so short lived that It will bo TAKE trol experts representing tho Bureau will be favored. nut that Is not so light and fluffy pensive In tho end. Tho cost of maintaining a farm of Biological Survey. Tho addition of hot as is desirable. "Where Is dad?" Tho father rushGUN. DISHWATER VERSUS At Blackstono, Va., the home demmashed potato to tho recipe makes a fonco is determinedly such factors ed into tho room and carried tho girl doughnut that is light and fluffy but as Interest, repairs and depreciation onstration agent and tho Biological on tho Survey representative joined In a rat White, of Chelsea, into another room so that she could Whllo Mrs. Elsie at the satno tlmo does not absorb so on tho fonco Itself, Interest A Trealannl washing dishes a masked not see sho had been laid out for dead much fat. Doughnuts mado by tho valuo of land rendered unusable, and ampalgn which promised to send 12,-0- Mass., was poked his head thru the She has since recovered. for WEAK following recipe aro delicious when tho expense of keeping down weeds. rodents Into tho rat hereafter. burglar Tho cost of repairs and tho annual When tho final count of rat tails was kitchen door and demanded all the LUNGS or "I never argue with my wife." ircsh, and also possess good keeping depreciation depend largely on tho taken It was found that 30,000 of the money In the houso. Although very Qualities. "You don't?" CONSUMPTION It a fence Is made of pests, had been killed in the one frightened, Mrs. White seized tho construction. cups sugar. "No, I used to in tho early days, 1 pan of boiling suds and throw them a cheap grade of material and Is town. tablespoons butter. but I simply got tired of losing." 2 comcheaply constructed It will need frefeellne, A quick relief for that tired, At Fargo, N. Dak., the citizens In his face. Without further Detroit Freo Press. , 2 eggs. coughi, palpi la cbeit. night aweati. btmor quent repair, and will bo short lived. wero annoyed by a heavy lnfestlon of ment tho burglar withdrew. m cup hot riccd potatoes. 1 rhigei, weak luogi or coniumptloo. II It dot Such a fonco will havo a high re- rats. A bureau representative enHIGHER FARES TO EUROPE 34 cup milk. m aolatlp yo II coala you notalaf. SAVE BEAN WITH "KICK" pair and depreciation charge, which listed the cooperation of the city cups flour. 5 lock box ate. OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS O. in most cases will more than coun- commission, tho commercial club, the After all the boasting wo have 4 tablespoons baking powder. The Nebraska legislature has kill- heard about terbalance tho Increased Investment health department, the Boy Scouts, what our government-owne- d teaspoon salt. 1 cost that tho erection of a mpro sub- womens clubs, and other organiza- ed a bill which sought to prevent the merchant marlno was going to 1 teaspoon cinnamon. stantial fence would require. If a tions, and conducted a very success- Nebraska Indians from tho use. of the do for us, wo now find that transat teaspoon nutmeg. peytote bean, which is said to have fence Is made of good materials and ful campaign against tho pest. In lantic steamer fares are being again X kick. Claims that tho boosted, when Is properly built, Its repair and depre- this instance the poison, barium car a other things aro comcoming' In from a After Indians used the bean as a narcotic ing down. The minimum firstcabln bonate, was purchased In quantities "hike" the officer in command of a ciation charges should be very low. Tho efficiency of a fence depends and used as a destructive agent, with were denied by the Indians, 'who said fare, which used to be $60 Is now ovcompany said, beforo dismissjtcgro the bean had curative properties and er S200. ing them, "I want all the men who upon the quality of wire and posts excellent results. been used for years ob a used and the manner of construction. State-wid- e rat eradication cam- bad A ere too tired to tako another hike, GETTING IMPATIENT paign In Texas will soon bet launched to tako two paces forward." i : , Caosar was revising the calendar. I except ono big Cnro of Breeding Flock. rats. .The Bureau of BIolo- against All stepped forward The first continental railroad from "Better make February short," wo Noticing him, the Watch the breeding flock carefully J gleal Survey has been asked to detail the Atlantic to the Pacific was com'H husky advised, "we Just can't wait a wholo officer said, "Well, Johnson, ready and see that tho fowls keep in good 'a specialist to direct tho operation pleted on May 10, 1869. month till March 4. breeding condition, tho United States 20 miles more?" lor hatching season, cook, BLIND 23 YEARS, Poebrfcht all tho time. Don't lay oft "Au'm Department of Agrlculturo advises, In No, sab," replied Johnson; After tho from work for days by taking calomel RECOVERS HER SIGHT tirod to oven tako dem two stops.' Farmers' Bulletin 111C, on tho selec- sell, or pen your rooster. Hens not loo r. whon pleasant lux keeps yo tion and care of poultry breeding running with a male bird will proFOR FLETCHER'S on your feet, while relieving- - your troubr 12, Penghani, London, March le. Safer too, and cosy to tako. Dont JStcady Heat nnd Freh Air Essential stock. Tho birds and houses should duce infertile eggs quality eggs that tako anything else. You can't afford bo examined to seo that they are not keop best and eggs that market best. South Wales, the scene of the restora To Incubation. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ey Tho rooster does not help tho lions to tion of a woman's sight, after twenty-tIncubators aro operated successful-J- y Infested with, lice or mites. Employer John, I wish you would tem nnd relieves constipation A nab hree years of blindness, has pro- not whlstlo lay. in a groat varlet of places. Small ural remedy, natural in its actions, eur at your work. vided a new sensation. machines generally aro set in a room Cleaning n County of Hog Cholera. Boy I wasn't working, sir; only in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo A county free from hog cholora A schoolgirl resident who GIVE CHICKS SKIM MILK had whistling, or tho collar of tho house. A spoclal completely displace calomel in ever Skim milk Is considered by spec- beon HI with lung trouble was laid or Incubator houso should bo this year Is tho goal to which swlno cellar horae.t Children can take it freely an out for dead. Who tho coffin ar.provided whoro the Incubator equip broedors In Stoubon County, Ind., aro ialists of tho United States Mr. Moano I havo nothing but with perfect Bofety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and SI in bottles.. Nona of Agriculture very deslrablo rived on tho third day a' light was praise for tho new minister. ment is oxtonslvo or whore mammoth working under tho guidance of the gcnulno without the likeness and Signer! Rn T nnrnil whan Mm r1 Tlrnwn machines aro usod. Tho chief points! local county agent and tho district for chicks during tho first week. In taken into tho room. The girl Im turo oX L. K, Grlgaby. For Bale of tho United States Do- - order to Insure that all chicks get medlatoly sat up in bed and asked: vent around. Lone Scout. .are to have a room which Is not I. U, WILLIAMS, . HfJCUPM FARM DEPARTMENT. live-stoc- ns Incu-Steub- cn T. well-Insu-t- 're-On- pnrtmon,t of Agriculture. As a re- a persistent campaign for thft control of cholera and strict organlz-- , cd effort to eradlcato It, thero has been a romarkablo decrease in the dlsoaso in tho county during tho Inst two years. tIn'l917 tho loss from cholera in tho county, according to tho county agent, was about $10,000, In 1918 it was a llttlo less than $5,- 000, nnd In 1919 It was about tho same. In 1920, however, only three cases occurred In tho county, which loads tho swlno breeders to bcllovo that if thoir efforts to control tho aro continued cholora can bo practically eradicated. suit of DIRECTORY ' er I ; cdu-dlsca- se ro n. - Ag-eg- gs two-thir- when-runtinc- ss Statc-Tcacho- rs' Every Woman Wants'! mr" ai Mothers use te - one-thir- fire-resisti- es For the vermi!me tctti-moni- al mfi M S. mltors NBannam cfrBc , o ns OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 00 IHk BJVT Ti FOR.ONE MONTH ItT -- i hlgh-YoIta- ge USELim-LA- G For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. LA-V- m i' ti six-foot- Children Ory CASTORIA W:-- by si j 2iJu.,.- - MAY PRESCRIBE BEER BY CASES Recent Ruling Of Palmei Interpreted by "Dry" Officers. Washington, March 12, Tho ruling of former Attorney General Palmar permitting tho practically unlimited manufacture of beer, wines and whisky for medicinal purposes will stand, Solicitor General Prtcrson said today, desplto a num-hJof protests unless the Treasury Pepartmont should ask for its Such a request Is not under contemplation, it was said latT cf at tho Treasury. recon-sldorntlnt namo of John Smith, for Instance This or Its equivalent Is in uso tho world over by pooplo qf all races and tongues. THo American or English John Smith probably wouldn't know whethor a nowly-mad- o Itusslan was addressing him or merely choking on a fish bono when ho said, "Jonloff Smtowskl." In Poland tho namo becomes slightly moro snoezc-llkIvan Schmlttlwolskl, It s almost musical in tho mouths of tho Tuscaroras, who say Tarn Qua o, NEW AND DEADLY GAS IS DISCOVERED f-- s 4 Three Drops Will Kill Any-On- e Whose Skin Is Touched. New York, March 12. Tho Chemical Warfare Sorvlco has discovered a .liquid poison so strong that three drop will kltl anyone whoso r&n Is tpuched it boumo known tod.i Falling Uko rain from, nozzles attached to airplanes, tho liquid would kill everything In tho aircraft's path, according to a high official of tho service. , A description of what tho new" war weapon would do, In tho opinion of " this official, follows: "Ono plane carrying two tons of tho liquid could cover an area 100 fcot wldo by seven miles long In ono trip and could deposit enough to kill every man In that area, and if those on the.g'round were not protected by gag masks, the area of fatality would be many times greater. "Tho only limit to tho .quantity of this liquid which could bo made Is the amount of available electric power, as nearly every nation has practically an unlimited supply of tho necessary raw materials. It would bo entirely possible for this country to manufacture several thousand tons per day if tho necessary plants had been built. During the Argonno offensive the ontiro first American army of men occupied an area approximately forty kilometers long by twenty kilometers wide. It Germany had had 4,000 tons of this material and 400 plants equipped for Its distribution, thoentlre first army would have been annihilated in twelve hours. "The Chemical Warfare Service Is developing protective clothing to entirely cover tho wearer and make him impervious to the deadly liquid." GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paperand Printed Matter. In fact, we 5r Tho Turkish form Is Yoo Scof and tho Greek Ton Slnlkton. Tho Mexi can equivalent is Jontlo F'Smltrl and tho Iseland Jahnno Smlthson. In Latin tho namo becomes Johannes Smlthus but tho modern Italian rcols it Oft as Gcovannl Smlfhl. Tho German John Smith is called Hans Schmidt and tho French Jean Smcots. ' For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. V l ' V6' f Tho, Host Laxative. Opinions nro Issued by tho Depart"My Bcdontary habits havo necessiof Justlco only to the President nnd mombors of- - tho cabinet, Mr. tated tho uso of Tin occasional laxaFrlerson explained, and nre not mat- tive I havo tried many but found . ters in which private individuals may nothing hotter than Chamberlain's Tablets,." Vitlfcs Goorgo F. Daniels, participate, A revlow would only bo homade, bo added, on motion of the de- Ilardwick Inn, ono of tho model tels of Now England. m partment originally making the chnngo mado where an and a :100 ARIIHSTED IX "DRY" ItAIUS rror of law was found. Regulations to provldo for tho ubo Kansas City, March 12. of beer medically will bo Issued as Thrco hundred Mo., were arrested, mon prohisoon ob they can bo prepared, thousands of dollars worth of liquor bition officials declared, altho they prepara- nnd drugs seized and hundreds' of had been delayed In earlier guns, knives and sacks of ammunition tion on tho possibility of tho opinion brought in by tho authorities today being reconsidered. In raids on that part of Kansas City Mny Prescribe Cnsrs. known as "Little Italy." Under this most recent InterpretaTho raids, which police department tion' of tho prohibition law, officials heads characterized as tho most exdeclnrod It would appear that a pa- tensive In tho city's history, were contient for whom beer was prescribed tinued tonight with moro than sixty would bo ablo to obtain It by tho 'case detectives participating. They followas it would probably bo ordered as a ed reports reaching th,e police that a tonic and it would appear unreason- plot to kill high police and federal ofable to requiro a person to procuro ficials here and create a relg'n of terone or two bottles at a time. ror had "been formulated In tho disStudy of tho now ruling, officials trict. ' Gunmen, according to tho resaid, has disclosed that tho wholo ports, wore imported from other citheory of prohibition enforcement on ties to carry out tho killings and which tho Internal revenuo bureau thoy woro to receive their pay from lias been proceeding has been over a fund of $15,000 or moro raised for INCORPORATED thrown. Tho prohibition unit, of- -' tho purpose by the unlawful element. m flclnls explained, has worked on tho Experts of tho department worked theory thnt it possessed regulatory lato tonight Investigating the records . For hoarseness. Inflamed lungs or irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore-houn- d powers under the act which permit of the prisoners. Syrup is a healing balm. It of it to limit the uso and distribution Today's raids were of a hpuse-to-hadoes its work quickly and thoroughly. intoxicants excepted by Congress from nature, and at many places .enPrlco 25c, 50c and $1,00 per Dy tho most tho genoral ban trance was forced. Stills, some of Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. bottle. . , m . view of tho law, however, of- thorn In actual operation, were conseem that fiscated. Tho largo quantity- - of wea ficials maintained, it would Softcrab What was" the trduble nailed shoes of tho soldiors that 4id WILSON IN JUDICIAL RACE this theory is now donicd. pispons ranged from small-calibat the meeting of tho Landlords' As GOOD BLOOD it. With the characteristic accuraMust Amend Rules. IN OWENSBORO DISTRICT shotguns- - Two-edg- sociation last night? I heard a tols to sawed-of- f NEEDED IN cy and attention to detail of the Existing regulations will havo to "knives, many of foreign man- frightful racket when I went by and 1)0 considerably amended, officials ufacture, wore greatly in evidence. At SPRINGTIME French, M. Dequis estimated that the Owensboro, Ky. March 13 George loud cries 200 soldiers In the hotel did a dam S. Wilson, member of Owensboro bar, said, as various rules heretofore numerous places the raiding officers Arnold!" of "Judas!' 'and "Benedict promulgated by tho bureau are af- said generous stores of ammunition not their today formally announced his candiPcoplo with Poor Appetite, Bad Com- age of ?625 each tHardcrumb Pandorson was being fault; It was tho fault of the shoes. dacy for the Democratic nomination fected moro or less directly by tho wero found hidden In sacks ordinari- expelled. plexions nnd "Spring Fever" He had been found guilty opinion. Drafting of new regulations ly used by banks In keeping money. French soldiers would have done just for Circuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Need a Blood Tonic. of making, a one and one-ha- lt cent reas much damage, and tho British did District, composed of Davies, McLean. which had beon tentatively agreed up. duction in his rents. Life. even much more to tho Hotel Ma- Ohio and Hancock Counties. on before the opinion was received MAX AGED EIGHTY IS BEST GUDE'S rEPTO-MANGAm jestic, he said. The fine rugs and and which would have furthor ro IS SUING FOR DIVORCE Mr. Wilson came to Owensboro The prison visitor was going her strlcted tho distribution of lntoxl rounds. "Havo you ever, struggled Makes Rich Rod Blood Renews VI- -' polished floors were made for other from Union County ten years' ago. In kinds of shoes, and they had to be 1910 he was Speaker of tho Kentucky-HousMorgantown, W. Va., March 12 cants havo boon halted, they added, against the consequences of temptatality and Increases Body's done over at great expense. rending determination of whether Ago is no barter to applicants for di- tion?" sho asked of one ferocious of Representatives and is servRcslstonco to JDIscasc. they colncldo with tho Justlco Do vorce. Solomon Robinson, aged 80, looking fellow. 4 ing his second term as County AttorHEAVY CASUALTY LIST pnrtment's view of tho law. is suing his wife, Miranda Robinson, ney of Owensboro. "Yes, ma'm I have," he answered. Spring Is the time when good blood aged 79 for n divorce. He bases his L. P. Tanner, Owensboro, Democrat "Ah! I suppose it you had fought is so vital to health. If you do not Death was particularly busy among also is expected to Surgeons agreo that In cases of ground for a decree on tho fact that jus't a lltt.'o harder you wouldn t be make tho raco for feel the thrill of Spring In your blood, the members of the 66th congress. Circuit Judge. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Vounds, hs wlfo deserted him and wouldn't here today?" Jud6e R. W. Slack, if you take no pleasure In living, It, No fewer than 15 of the 435 mem- - Incumbent, Is the first Republican the first treatment is most important. como back to him. His wlfo answers "Well, ma'am," said th prisoner, your appetite is poor, your complex- - bers of the house died within .the over to be elected ih this district. It "When an efficient antlsoptlc is ap- that sho loft him becauso she could modestly. 'I did t&.t Vest I could It plied promptly, thero is no danger of not stand his 111 treatment any long- took five polclcmen to get mo to. tho ion pallid or muddy, and you tire two years covered. This has been is expected he will run for easily, you can bo pretty sure your - a period of unusual stress and strain, - Glover- - Cary, McLean Infection and the wound begins to er. County, Is station." blood Is not up to the mark. So many in spite of the fact that the usual. expected to bo a candidate hoal at onco. For uso on man or Judge Lazolls in entortalnlng an for Com Especialamount ot legislation has npt been monwealth's Attorney. beast, Dorozono is tho Ideal Antlsop- ordor awarding tho defendant $75 "Do you intend to ralso any tobac- foel that way in the Spring. Claud Smith, ly housewives who havo so much work turned out. A great deal of hard tlc and healing agent. Duy it now counsel fees declared it appeared co?" Ohlg County, Republican, Is likely to and run- work has been done by members be a candidate for ' reviled Farmer .Corntossel. to do.-- They get over-tire- d and bo roady for an emergoncy. Prlco from tho record that the "Utfganjs "No 25c, 00c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by In this case had reached the ago "The lor. hard. You ha.e to down their blood becomes weak and which on account ot the uncertainty ot conditions-- , did not bear fruit. xn whore preparations FINDS $800 PEARL for the other work all day tondin' tho crops and thin. The Ohio County Drug Co. Build up your health now by takBETWEEN PIG'S TOES world wore more timely and In keep- then stay up all night helpln' the ing that splendid Spring blood tonic, GERMAN BONDS FOR ing with all circumstances than a night-rideHOMAN Ginij BUltlED to burn em." BELGIUM'S DEBTS It will give Dude's Chicago, March 12. Instead of WITH TOVS IN GRAVE suit for tbo disolutlon of matrimon mm A butcher in an Ohio town recent- vital power to the red corpuscles. In casting pearls before swine, Morris bonds." ial President Wilson sprang a shock Johnson, a farmer living near Rock-for- d, ly received from a friend in Florida your blood. They wljl go racing thru The Berlin Museum has acquired A caln In tho side or back that a number of small alligators, which he your blood, carrying fresh supplies on congress when he sent a message picked one up from between tho. highly interesting and very toucha ing collection which is silently elo- catchA you when you straighten up proudly displayed in an aquarium at of oxygen to all the tiny cells. It urging legislation to authorize the toes ot one of his pigs and is thereby quent of tho deep affection of Roman calls for n rubbing application of Bal- his place of business. A customer will help improve your color and your treasury to accept German bonds $800 richer. A shiny spot on the muddy foot of parents for a little girl in tho time of lard's Snow Liniment. It relaxes came into the shop one afternoon and appetite, You'll take more inteerst from Belgium in payment of what Tlborus, nearly 2000 years ago, and tho contracted muscles and permits stood for some time gazing at tho In things and enjoy life moro. You Belgium owes us, It appears that one ot his porkers aroused Mr, Johntholr great grief at her death. Tho lit- ordinary bodily motion without suf- saurlans. Having turned the mat- will stop going around with that tir he had virtually agreed that such son's curiosity and he stooped to exfeeling. bonds would bo taken in payment amine it. Ho found a perfect pearl, tle body, with its toys, was found in fering or Inconvenience. Price 25c, er over in his mind, tho customer ap- ed, Physicians have prescribed Gude's'of money we advanced to Belgium. with unusual lustre, lodged between GOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by proached the butcher and exclaimed: an excellent stato of preservation. m "I suppose a body might as well be Pepto-Mangfor thirty years. You The total Is now about $346,000,000 the pig's toes. First there was clasped in tho Ohio" County Drug Co. Taking the gem to a Rockford Jewdead as out of stylo. Glmmo a cou- can get It at your druggists m eitner England and France agreed to the child's hand the silver coin with TRUMPETERS REPLACE tablet or liquid form. Take which same plan, ple pounds of alligator." eler, Mr. Johnson sold It for $800. which she was to pay Charon to row OLD CHURCH BELL ever you prefer. They havo the same Tho unusual find is explained by hor across the river Styx. Hor little "I watched a wonderfulnrachlno medicinal value, Get tho genuine. the fact that Johnson had been feedplaced with her, and on a f dolls wore Reading, Mass., March !.. The. at our shop this morning." Advertisement. ing his swine mussel meat .which ho little doll table was a tiny silver can- Rov. FOR FLETCHER'S John C. Wlngett, pastor of tho . "And how does It work?" wo askhad obtained from clam diggers. woro also little gaily dlestick. Thore hurch ot this ed. Old South Methodist SENATOR PAGE AS colored blocks together with a gold m BANK KEY REFUSED A "Well," was the reply, "by means Tho town, has Installed a now mUhnd for brooch and a gold bracelet. bringing parishioners to the Sunday 0 a pe,iai attachment, a fulcrumed It was little Roger who came to ALLIED COMMISSION toys woreo evidently highly treasured evening service mother not long slnco with tho lever converts a vertical roclprocat Senator Carroll S. Page ot Ver-'h- ls girl. by the little A large cross, eight feet high and ing motion into a circular movement. mont has the honor of being the only question: "'Ma, what would you do If The govornmont ot Austria has re-- ' brightly illuminated, stands in the Tho principle part ot tho machlno Is In tho senato, thru someone should break the large vaso fused to hand over to tho allied combelfry of tho church. Sunday ovenlug a huge disk in a verti- the arrival of a baby boy in the (am-- 1 In the hall?" mission tbo keys to the vault In tho "I would whip him," said mother two trumpeter btand at tho foot ot cal plane. Power Is applied through Ily of his grandson. FOR FtETCHER'S Senator Page bank which conF the cross and roll out the call t tho tho axis ot the disk and work Is dono who is 78 is now the oldest man In .with a tightening ot the lips. tains the 65,000,000 gold crowns) churchgoers. A notablo increase U on tho periphery, and .the hardest sub- the senato, slnco tho death of Senator Whereupon, with a grin, Roger ad- - awarded to tho states that wero forInnted in attondanco and fair slr.ed stance, by more Impact, may bet ro- - Bankhead, of Miss. In tho outgoing ded: "Then ma, you'd bettor get merly apart ot tho Austrian empire. i "JOHN. SMITH" IN dy, for Dad has dono It." there wero two great-granWhile refusing tho keys the governDIFFERENT TONQUES gatherings assemblo on the common ducod to any shape." ana listen to mo music. ment entered a formal protest against "What t3 the wonderful machlno?" fathers Gen. Sherwood, of Ohio, who AUSTRIAN CROWN JEWELS. After the congregation passes Into we asked. lis 86 nnd "Uuclo Joe" Cannon, of Jll., tho commission's action. 'Some Christian names and surwho Is 85. racos the church tho trumpetera onter the "A grindstone," was tho reply. names are peculiar to certain A traveler who alighted from tho auditorium, whore, accompaTho government has been directed t and nationalities of. men. Others again church HOW HOTEL WAS DAMAGED MIKE WAS WISE BUT by the national assembly to take steps train In a small Southern town was tho nied by three violins, 'the electric orare common to all and are found gan nnd the choir, hynniH are sung to got possession ot tho crown Jew- - greeted by a colored porter, who world over, spoken and written In 12. Michael Tho lively curiosity of congress. 0ls, which woro sent out of tho coun- - shouted ot him, "Palace-- hotel, bosst" New York, March with tho by th'o congregation, followed by tho each case in accordanco Bronnnn was convicted fifteen tlmo3 and of many others as to bow the try by Emperor Charles before his and grabbed tho traveler's baggago. evening sermon. rules Qf tho particular language but Travolor Walt a mlnuto Itastus. (.Mr. Wlngott Is a firm believer In for drunkenness. Ho cut oft a tlngor American delegation at Paris dam- - flight. Italy is demanding the fa- -j iT..., snmn. This ltJ tlm Inaugurated this novel to prevent identification by tho fin- aged the hotel Crlllon to the extent ot mous Florentine diamond awarded Is this hotel African Oi European? nn' interests fact, indicative of the music and has print system. It didn't work. $125,870 has at last beon satisfied to hor by the peaco treaty, but Rastus I dunno Doss, but I thinks ..,, lUea with the belief that music wm ger ,i ti,n inter-rol;uii4Uiii noncburcbgoors to the sor"- - Tho Judge Bald ho was sorry, but gave by tho statement of tho manager, Charlos donles that the prosorit ro- - thoy's Irish. Sun Francisco Chroni draw the lionshlp of all mankind H,;uri Dequis, that it was tho- - hob- - public has a right to the jewels. cle. him ten days In tho works. ices. Thore's the substantial, frill-les- s -- ment nia-teri- al BLANK DEEPS, MORTGAGES, : &c., IXT STOCK. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. . J If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY us ro-co- nt re ed s N e wtki - rs Pepto-Manga- n; -r all-go- an R Ohildren Ory CASTOR A ' Children Ory CASTO R A great-grandfath- er that-rovolv- es Austro-Hunagrl- I roa-hou- ..,,. v0 - a- ;;:;.;3 crime life fcNDED BY ASSASSIN Former Turkish Grand Vizer And-Armenian Butcher Slain In Berlin. By Knrl II. Ton Wiegnnd. Berlin, March 15. Bloody racial vengeance" was taken for Armonlan massacres today on Talaat Pasha, former sranil vizier of Turkey who harcil wllh Enve Pasha the reputation of being the "Armenian butch- i Ashland, Ky., MaVch 1C While at 5 on tho way home from-wo- rk y o'clock thlsevening Amos Johnson, 27. shot and probably fatally wound ed his elder brother, Allen Johnson, who now is in tha King's Baughters' The affair occurred Hospital here in tho heart of tho city and created , great excitement. Amos Johnson was arrested by Chief of Police Payne, who declared little could be learned as to the causo of the shooting, as the prisoner had been drinking heavily. Another brother, Cecil Johnson, said the trouble arose over the possession of a pistol and during "the contention the weapon was accidentBefore the diffially discharged. culty Amos, and Allen were on friendSlajer .Admits Vengeance. Professor Jaeckh, the famous Germa- ly terms, he said. Both men have specialist, and Captain families. n-Turkish Hnrannn, former naval attache at Constantinople, intimate friends of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Talaat, "were among the first to arCourt. Ohio rive when the death became known. Iona Alice Swain, Circuit Plaintiff. speaks but little GerThe assassin vs. Notice of sale. . , man and when captured by the crowd O. M. Swain, Befendnnt. and declared: By virtue of a Judgment and order seemed surprised renof the Ohio "This Is an affair between myself of saleat its March, Circuit Court 1921 term, directdered nnil that man." - ing me as commissioner of said court He later asserted that he had car- to sell the hereinafter described propTied out the vengeance of his race on erty for the purpose of paying the above a man responsible for killing thou-.san- costs of thethe cost styled action, and of this sale, with of Armenians. dividing tho remainder of the proJHntl Presentment. ceeds among the parties entitled According to his wife, who Is an thereto, I will offer for sale at pubbidAlbanSpn, and who Is much younger lic outcry to the highest and bestHartgrand vizier der, at the Court House door In than Talaat, tho former Monday, April 4, he, ford Kentucky, on had long had a presentiment that 1921, (It being the first day of a regular term of the Ohio County would be killed. She said that wanted to go out walking Court) at about the hour of one she P. M on a credit of six and with him and he demurred, saying: o'clock mnnHis. the following de woiva "Oh, no; why do you want to walk scribed real estate lying and being in with a man who Is condomned to Ohio County KeniucKy, anu uuuuu-e- d as follows: death?" Lot. No. 1. Being known as Lot He said this with a smile, and five, 3 in Centertown, Ohio County, Kenralnntes later his wife heard the fatal tucky, on the south side of Church shot, which sheMntultlvelly felt was Street and bounded as follows: east Ttairinninr. nt n stone on the lor her husband. Church Street; thence S. AVaat three months ago Talaat aide of a stone; thence u. iou ieei feet to with-thfeet to a n iinnn. thence N. took up Informal negotiations British, as ho himself told me. stone; thence W. 150 feet to a stone of or lana.aujoinum una a That brought on a difference be- and and parcel as a part of It, begin-!.,- .. used lot opinion and a certain coolness of tha M v.. corner of J. B. who tween himself and Enver Pasha, Eng- Swain's lot and connecting with a was an Implacable hater of the forty foot cross street reserved uy declaring that they could not T. M. Morton; thence S. to the S. E. lish, corner of J. B. Swain's lot; thence E. bC trusted. line; 10 feet to T. M. Morton's To Return. Planned N. with Morton line to Mor-tnn- 'n government thence cross street: thence West 10 Altho the German weeks feet to the beginning. Baic Enver Pasha a tip some In Centertown, Ohio Lot ago that he was no longer a welcome County, No. 2.bounded as follows: Ky., to depart for Mosxnest, causing him Beginning at a stone on the North cow, no such intimation was given .Mo nf Main strpt: thence N. 2 34 Talaat, who has lived In Berlin for E. 141 feet to a stone; thence N. 72 feet to a stone; tnenco a. i -t than a year. Talaat was plan- W. 13 feet to a stone; thence N. 3 4 iisuro E. ning to return in a few weeks to Tur- W. 18 2 feet to a. stone; thence S. key and In Turkish circles it Is gen- 1 4 E. 18 2 leei 10 a Biuuu, WCUV.U stone erally understood .that he was again a i .& v. 137 feet to a thence on N. Street; side to become grand vizier as head of North63 2 of Main the beginning. feet to government. 1 E. the Turkish Nationalist The purchaser will be required to In talks that I had with him the execute bonds immediately after sale twelve Armenian massacres came up several due and payable in six and Installmonths respectively In equal Talaat admitted frankly that ments, bearing interest at the rate of times. -terrlblo things had happened in Ar- 0 per cent per annum from date unmenia," but insisted that tho world til paid, and a Hen will be retained as had heard but half tho story, only one additional security. Said bonds to a Judgaide, and that greatly exaggerated. have tho force and effect of worth ment. No ono had considered it Gvlen under my hand this the 15th while, ho said, to tell the other side, day of March. 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, namely, that thousands of Turks had Master Commissioner O. C. C. fteen killed by the Armenians. Barnes & Smith Attorneys. o ar--R-- ni ds er to-a- ay Talnat Tasha was assassinated .In tli ft streets of Berlin. His assassin was an Armenian, aged 26. Talaat had been living In Berlin for many months with his wife under tho namo of All Sal Bey. Taking a walk shortly before noon In Harden-bur- g strasse, a "block from whore, ho lived, a young, Oriental was seen by a passerby to walk np and touch him on tho shoulder. As Talaat turned tho assassin placed his pistol to tho back of tho former grand vizier's head and fired killing1 him Instantly. AMiiisIn Is Mobbed. The murderer throw away his pistol and started to run. But ho and was surrounded by passers-bcapWed. He was terribly beaten-ieforho was rescued from the mob by the police. Talaat Jay for more than an hour In a pool of .blood on the sidewalk, his body being undisturbed until tho nf tho nnllce murder commis sion, which corresponds to the American coroner. None knew that the assassinated man was the famous Turkish states man until shortly before the police commission .arrived, when a passing Tnrk looked into the dead man's face and recognized tho former grand vizier. ed er." 6 months, nnd Is now tnklnr chiropractic treatment by Br. J. I Bean, at Horse Branch, Is no bettor nnd famll Mr. Fostor Thomas apont Tuesday night with his brothei Crowo Thomas. Miss Mary Bean Thpmas Is spent Ing the week wjth her grandmothci Mrs. Joo Whlto, nt Narrows. Mr. Sam Bennett ma.de a buslnc? trip to Hartford and Btavcr Ban Monday. Mr. J. W. Thomas spent Tucsdn night wllh P. K. Bean. Mr. Talton Lloyd and wifo visltc Messrs. Earl and Manlo McClcllan c l.ewlsburg from Friday until Mondaj Misses Ozora and Ellen Boswp visited their uncj.0 Nat Boswell, a Horso Branch Friday and Saturdaj Miss Josle Ann Boswell spent Sat urdny night with Mrs. Bob Shultz. Mrs. Sallio Coppag'o visited ho son near Narrows, Saturday night. Mr. Thurman Woosley and famll. apent Sunday night with Mr. Willi Mosloy at Bundeo. Mrs. Sarah Boswell roturned home Sunday after spending a week wltl her sons, Messrs. Alex and Wayne Boswell, near Bundee. , Mrs. Sarah Boswell and daughter, Iva, wont to Owensboro Wednesday, to consult a specialist. tha past NOW PREFER USEFUL GIFTS! TRACE JA2Z MUSIC TO CHINA Younger Generation of Women Said to Look for Utility When Presents Are In Question. ' , Dook of Ceremonies of That Country Deals With' Musical Criticism 'to the Point. Ono must mingle with tho younger generation to comprohemLjhe cluing--in- g S - r ASHLAND .MAN SHOT, BROTHER ARRESTED stnndnrds of domestic life. Tljoe things once the heart's desire of women havo not lost their elm mi, we lire told. While the proverbial route to n mnn's heart has not changed Its roadbed, nnd good cooking Is still the trade-marof a desirable" wife, ,et nnnlversnry expressions of n love are said to bo chnnging In form. This Is ex, The new note Is utility. emplified by n story that comes to us from one who recently visited ft young couple while they discussed their anniversary. "I think 1 shnir get Ruth a necklace," the young husband said. Ruth demurred. What then did she wish, was his query, with the suggestion of n dlnmond or a piece of mahogany furniture, or some other embellishment for tho home. "If you rcnlly Insist on n present," she said, "I have always wanted nn electric washer and a vacuum cleaner." This suggests the story of the negro bridegroom who, when tho honeymoon waned, brought home n heavily mirrored dressing table nnd n wnshtub, "Now, Mandy," ho said, "you can slddown in front of this and wntchyo'self starve to death, 6r you can. use this tub nnd earn yo' llvin'." Omaha Bee. k bus-bnnd- IDEAL SERVANTS IN traced to tho beginnings of civilization In China Itself, Confucius, fvho lived nwirly 2.C00 jcars n&o, edited a book of ceremonfes called the "LI Kl." Tho book of ceremonies was n venerable Chinese classic long before Confucius gave his nttentlon to It. The sayings In the "LI Kl" represent n viewpoint of musical criticism In Chlnn which perh'nps corresponds to tho date assigned by thc'Jowlsli chronology for Mic Garden of Eden. Tho "LI Kl" describes musl9 ns a powerful Influence for good or evil, nnd pictures the pre- Nilstorlc syncopation ns follows: "The nlrs of Knng go to wild excess nnd debnuch the mind; those of Sung speak of slothful Indulgences nnd of women nnd submerge the mind; those of Wcl nro strenuous nnd fast nnd perplex the mind; nnd those of Khl nre violent nnd depraved nnd make tho mlnil nrrognnt. Tho nlrs of these four stntcs nil stimulate liiildl-nou- s desire and nro Injurious to virtue." If not Jazz, whnt else fnlls In with tho description? ICnngrung, Wei nnd Khl all their scores havo been lost. Only the monotonous drum beat which they doubtless contributed to prehistoric Jazz remains In modern Chinese MEXICO music. Toledo News-BeTHE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS Tlrc hunt'for th origin of Jazz litis led to tho Afrlcnn Jungle nnd to the nuislc of cniiiilhnl fensts nnd orglnstlc dances. But, further bnck It can be Glad News From The Creators of Style To keep pace with the demands of the fashionable set we are putting on display, eight neW styles in Silk Blouses that have just been received from the Wirthmor designers. " " VClgft 1 V"tTMMOR One May Get a Descendant of the In. cas and a Friend for Life, for 515 a Month. At $5.00 eveiy woman can affqrd to have one in her wardrobe. Materials are Crepe de Chine,' "Georgette and Fiber Silk Mignonette. Those who arrive at theBargain Square at the early hours of tomorrow will have the advantage of a wider range for .selection. Every blouse carries with it a message of assurance of style, quality and workmanship. We are the authorized distributors of Wirthmor Garments in this city. It Dates Back to the Time of the Ancient Romans, and Probably Is Much Older. Ill e Ill 1-o- 1-- 3-- 1-- transmitter has boon perfected whereby tho human voice can be am- Ynxinors are slow getting starUd pllfled ono million times. It this to rawulng, too much rain, yet some news ovor gets around to William jplant "beds havo been sown, some Jennings Bryan Heaven help us! fuw oatH nnd a little corn ground ,4Vifo. A OAK GROVE - m (broken. Stnv j Shields, pastor of Narrows NEVADA MAY USE GAS 4 JU IMUtUUS LWHUia Joo White and wife and Mr. Rono, Nev., March 1C. A measWily White, all of farrows, spent ure piQYldlng that lotha! gas bo used Sunday with Mr. Fostor Thomas. Boswell nnd wife ,for Inflicting the death penalty nnd Mr. Thomas Sunday with Mr. Wnyno Bos- that a special room bo constructed Tsut ' at tho prison In which to administer well, ut Bundee. suf-.rJtho gas was passed by tho S;nato toMr. R. K. Bean, who has been with ueurltis of the head for day nnd sent to Governor Boylo. Baptist chinch, Mr. Sam Bennett and wite Mr. Pueblo, Col., March 15. Five persons were burned to death when a Amusement for Both. d "Marriage it Js wonderful I rear Pullman car on the Benvcr and tho happy Smith. It Is blissful, IUo Grande Rnilroaad caught fire earJoyous It Is heaven I Ah but I for- ly today between Pueblo and Wnlsen-burgot I" he exclaimed, suddenly serious. "You hnve found it a very different Lator it was determined that the thing eh?" Personally I consider mar- explosion of a gas tank beneath tho "Yes. , sleeping car caused the fire. , riage n toss-up,-" said Jones. The dead aro: "Poor fellow, poor fellow I" muttered Smith. "How you mnnnge to put Francis S. Speelman, Pueblo, travup with that tartar of a wife I dnn't eling freight agent of the Missouri know!" Pacific Railway. "It might be worse," said Jones. Mrs. Winnie B. Comstock, Creede, "We have lots of fun.'1 Col. "How Is that?" A. B. Jack, Manassa, Col. "Well, you see, when my' wife gets T. H. Bowney, traveling man, of Into n passion she always hurls things nt my head. Every time she hits me St. Joseph, Mo. she's as pleased as Punch, and every James Miller, Florence, Col. time she misses I'm ns pleased us Jud Nixon, of Alamosa, tho conPunch. So between us wo are nevr ductor, was severely burned short of amusement." to uncouple the burning sleeper. Old Schooners Become Barges. Under regulations the brakoman Blsposnl of large numbers of old should have been riding on tho last schooners; to say nothing of an of new wood ships, has been a sleeper, but could not be found this problem for the past few years. River morning. and caunl men, meanwhile, have been facing a shortage of barges. Putting ItOSINE these two. facts together, Eastern have now evolved a new fona People here are now very busy preof schooner barge, made by removing the upper works and tho below-decparing for a crop, some are fencing cabins and bulkheads of tho schoonerx. others sowing oats, some are preparSuch barges nre capacious and have ing for a tobacco crop regardless of the advantages of speed In towing and tho low prices this year. seaworthiness for coast work, and If Miss Mamie Leach went to Beaver lost from a sea tow can make port with a Jury rig. In South America as Bam Monday to have some dental well as the United States, rebuilt wqrk done, returning Tuesday. Mr. Frank Llndsey made a business schooners for bargo work already nro at a premium. Popular Mechanics trip to Williams Minos Monday. Magazine. Mr. Tom Hlnes Is very sick with pneumonia, but is thought to be Italians Melt Up Small Change. Tho sccond-hnndealers nil over M,!ss Zona Embry has been vlslt- Italy havo cornered the bronze 10 and 5 centlmo pieces, which they have ,Ing, friends in Balzetown for the past melted down nn'd sold as Ingots for two weeks. A Stork" visited the homo of Mr. soldering nt two nnd three times tho price the pennies cost them. Tills hns and Mrs. Norvel York last Saturday caused n great deal of annoynnce, ns and left them a bouncing baby girl, small change Is scarce, nnd In some who will answer to the name of Rucafes stamps have been given ns by Pearl. change." Tho government hns reduced Mr. William Combs Is still very tho slzo of tho now 10 and 0 centime pieces, bui even that 'has dono little sick with rheumatism. 4 good, so It hns now decided to coin tho new pennies out of a composition "Can't I got that number?" metal which cannot bo used as sohlir "Not today," s.aid the telephone If melted. "The lad, of girl, not unkindly. tho house Is telling a chum about her Tablet Turned."" Mr. Knohome Well I surely can vacation." Judge. envy tho tramps theso days. And only n few Mrs. Knohomo Roberts What's the matter? bothering you,? weeks ago pou chased several from the front yad. Yes, l' owe Rogers ?5 , Rlohards I know, but Just and today I've got It, and ho knows Mr. Knohome think, they enn llvo In box cars and I've got It, nnd he lyiows I know ho we can't eveu get a homo to live in. knows 1'vo got It. gur-gle1 g. Utopia for Awerlcnn housewives, for there "Is no servant problem there, according to Mrs. S. O. Dunlop, wife of the chief engineer df CIn Transcontinental de Petrnlco, the Mexican branch of the Standard Oil company, y "Ten years ago I could hire any surv-nfor 52 ajmonth," she snld, "and now I.hava to pay only from $10 to 515. Often in, my kitchen I liave r. descendant of tho Inchs making my bread, nnd when a Mexican Indian nho must not be confused with n peon really attaches himself jr herself to you, you have not only n servnnt, but a friend for life, one who really looks after your Interests. "Of course, In Mexico, as well ns anywhere else, the scrvnnts stand 'on their rights.' The cook only cooks nnd does not wash dishes: tle chambermaid will Iinve nothing to do'wlth tlfe Utchen ; but after all, the wages of tho live or six scrvnnts do not eqtinl thos"e " nf nnp sprvnnt In Vnw Vnrlr. "I hear my Now York frlendslgroan Ing because the food of tho servants costs mere than their own table.. Nov If you give your Mexican Indian her tortillas (cakes) and her benns with plenty of chill, she Is perfectly sns-- ' tied ana scorns n more elaborate met. Mexico Is nt It was n custom of the Romans to paint n roso on the celllnft of tho bnn-quhall, signifying that whnt wns told nt the feast was not to Lc repeated. Tiom this custom originated tho expression, subrosn, tho Detroit News recalls. The roso Is tho queen of love and beauty and Is the most eloquent of all In the language of the llowers. The red pse is n token of lovo nnd the whlto of purity. A moss rosebud Iff n confession of lovo, while n rose leaf says, "Yon may hope." A whlto rose signifies, "I am worthy of you.t' and tho yellow roso asks, "Aro you Jealous?" The yellow huttejeup Is dedicated to the memories of childhood and t riches. The. Greeks and ltomans used one variety of buttercup ns a remedy for leprosy. It was'olso said that the root was n sure cure for Insanity If It wns gathered nt tho wane of tho moon, wrapped In linen nnd tarried nround the neck of the afflicted person. FIVE PERSONS BIE IX PULLMAN FIKE Carson AMERICAN LEGION NEWS (& Co, a result of tho addition of moro than ono hundred foreign-languag- e newspapers to thoiiiaillng lists of the American Legion News Service. Tho nationalists represented .nro Fronch, Italian, Scandnavlnn, Jowlsh, Slovak, Russian, Lithuanian, Greek, Polish, Sorblan, Siberian, Chinese, Bohomlan Magyar, Finnish, Danish, Ukranian, Roumanian, Bulgarian nnd German. ur Hartford, Kentucky. What F. W. Oalbralth, Jr., nation al commander of tho American Legion proclaims will be tho greatest national patriotic demonstration held in this country slnco the- signing of the Armistice will bo held at Madison - , while-attemptin- over-suppl- y k d of-th- Square Garden, In Now York, on March 18. It will bo called tho "All American Meeting for God and Country" nnd is designed as the answer of Although ho is sixty-foyoars old all patriotic citizens to tho Clay C. MacBonald, a member of tho Von Mnch propaganda meeting American Legion In St. Josoph, Mo., held In Madison Square two wcoka has been selected as chief of pollco ago. "of that city. MacBonald is a vetoran of tho World War with a good record, A score of organizations aro co- and It Is bolleved that his experlenco operating under tho leadership of the and ability will check the results of Legion, nnd Colonel Galbralth, who the national crlmo wavo In tho Miswill be tho principal, speaker, has souri city. t been deluged by letters nnd telegrams from veterans public officials Members of tho Amorlcari Legion and citizens from virtually every state in Alaska prefer a land-grabonus sending greetings to the meeting, np- -, to. a compensation. It was so decidplaudlng the stand of tho Legion In ed by a large majority In a prefor-enc- o vote taken in every post of Alasits recent exposure" of a revival of German propaganda efforts .In Am- ka. Tho plan favored by tho Legionerica. naires provides for the grant to each veteran of one hundred and sixty acres from tho unapporprlated public From a number of cities where meetings have boon'"schcdul-e- d lands of the Territory. comes the word that counter demonstrations by patriotic citizens will More than 24,000 new claims of be organized at the first moment the veterans for compensation and other propagandists come out in the open government assistance had beon filwith their plans. Many of the com- ed by tho middle of February as a remunications are from, citizens of for- sult of a sorvice contest among Illieign birth, including loyal Americans nois American Legion posts, which of German extraction. started' last Armjstico Bay under tho auspices of a Chicago newspaper and Among the organizations for which prizes were offered. Simiwith tho Legion in the arrange- lar Legion cajiipalgns to obtain Just ments for the New Yqrk meeting are: compensation for the disabled aro In United Spanish War Veterans, Vete- progross In 'Montana, North Dakota rans of Foreign Wars, Military Or- and many other Legion departments. der of World War, Military Ordor of Logal Legion, Roosevelt Memorial From Columbus, Wis., comes a stoAssociation, American Federation of ry of how membors of Labor, U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Post of tho American Legion aid- National League for Women's Service ed a member of the post when his City Federation of Women's Clubs blacksmith shop was destroyed by and Victory Hall Association. fire. Twenty-fou- r hours after tho Are V" post members met and voted unaniSchumann mously to holp their buddy rebuild Madamo Ernestine Heinke, the opera singer, has arrang- tho shop. Legion doctors, dentists, ed to honor Topoka, Kan., members lawyers, merchants and trado union of' the American Legion by roserving mombers worked for three days, unthe stage for them when she sings In der the dlrocJJon of carpenter momthat city March 28. She has also ac- bers of the post, and tho result was cepted tho lnvtation of Capitol Post a much better establishment for tho No.' 1, nnd Jt,s Woman's Auxiliary to unfortunate man, a reception to bo given her t the o "Looks Ilka rain today," said tho Legtou club rooms following the conmilkman, as ho poured the customary . cert. quart of milk. "It always does," replied tho houso. men of of Thousands foreign parentage will loaru of tho wife, compressing her lips with cold activities of tho American Legion as significance nt pro-GermLange-Ostrand-or .J i "l "