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Subscription $1.50 perYeafc NUMBER 3& RIGHJ TO HARTFORD,, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, SUSPECTS JAILED 5 Men Shipped As Seamen m After a hearing of the case of Jailmove Liquor. Washington, March 22 A procla- er Edger of Woodford County, by mation convening Congress In spe- Governor Morrow, reinstatement oi i cial session at noon April 11 "to the doposed Jailer was refused by tho " (Loulsvlllo Herald.) receive such communication as may Govornor, on the grounds that ho did Suit affecting owners of approxibo made by tho Executive" was Is- not offer resistance to tho mob and protection to the prisoner as required mately 11,000,000 gallons ot whisky sued today by President Harding. are o'clock. Tho (who classified themselves ns seamen, Tariff and tax revision will bo tho by law. A number of witnesses ap- in Kentucky bonded warehouses, was popular young peoplo of tho Hut whom Capt. J. H. D. Van Wool-!or- n principal subjects beforo tho now peared in the investigation, which filed in Federal District Court at country nnd havo tho b?st of tho Now York and Cuba Lino wishes "of a host of friends. 5:30 o'clock yeotorday afternoon by Congress, but many other lmnortant took place Wednesday, nt Frankfort. irolghtor IUishvllIe said and DepartJohn W. Keilor, of Paducah, who subjects, Including tho transporta-- J Immediately after tho performment of Justlco offlclnls Intimated ance of tho marrlago rites Mr. and seeks to remove sixteen barrels ot HARTFORD MASONS BUSY. Hon problem, regulation of the packmight bo wnntod In Now York in con- - Mrs. Carter repaired to tho homo of whisky In a bonded warehouse at ing and coal Industries and Immi.mrrinn wun inn lnvnsuiriiLiiiii iil int tho bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Hartford Lodge No. G75, F. & A. Paducah, to his home. gration restriction are expected to be JvVnll Streot bomb plot of SeptemAn injunction restraining Paul WilM., met Monday night In Its regular taken up. Mrs. E. J. Carter, whore a bountiful i" ber 16. session and disposed of liams, state prohibition director, nnd None of tho subjects to be considfeast was spread, nttended by about Shackled hand and foot tho men thirty friends of tho young people, In ered was mentioned In the. call for 4UIW IUt UL MUuUliVOO U iil 1 lib UlU Elwood Hamilton, collector ot interwero taken from tho steamer Rush-vll- lo tho session, tho next of which fol- was the conference of tho E. A. de- nal revenue, from interference, Is honor of tho event. today, hustled to tho parish gree. It Is expected that tho Fellow asked. lows: prison and booked under tho followJudge W. V. Gregory, United "Whereas, public Interests require Craft and Master's degroeo will' bo TO OF INTEREST ing names: Congress ot tho , United conferred at tho next session, first States district attorney, said last that tho MEN Philip Bonder, Lionel Kucbrcczuff, States should be convened in extra Monday In April, when a large at- night ho had received notice of the Rudolph Dorsh, linns Randln and filing of the suit, from Keller's atsession nt 12 o'clock noon on the tendance is certain to ho on hand. torneys, Charles K. Wheeler, and Loulsvlllo, Ky. Every day tho De llenrlk Llpan. Thoy then wero held J 11th day of April, 1921, to receive partment is approached by many Henry Hughes, of Paducah. Incommunicado. Hearmay be made J. P. McCOY OUT such communication as persons who say thoy knew Cuptnlii Becomes Silent. FOR MAGISTRATE ing of the case was asked next' Monby tho Executive: day, but it is probable tho caso will After Captain Van Wooldorn had nothing of their rights and benefits "Now, therefore I, Warren G. rolatcd the manner in which tho men under tho War Risk Act. In this week's issue, ws announco be set for the first week In April. Harding, President of the United Tho entire personnel of tho.Durcau "wero captured and tho difficulties enIt was said that if Keller estabStates of America, do hereby pro- the candidacy of J. P. McCoy, residcountered In moving them from Rio of War Risk Insurance Is Instructed claim and declare that an extraordi- ing on the Hartford and Beaver Dam lishes his right to move the liquor, peoplo In completto assist lo Janeiro to New Orleans h,o too nary occasion requires the Congress road, for the Republican nomination that all holders of warehouse reuncommunicative and tonight ing their applications for compensaof the United States to convene in of J. P .O. C. District No. 1, com- ceipts similarly situated, would also' would raako no further statements. tion and to assist them, in- - tho extra session at the Capitol In the posed of E. W., and North Hartford, be able to remove liquor for which Dopartmont of Justice officials said of their claims In nccord-anc- o city of Washington on the 11th .day E. and W. Beaver Dam and Taylor they liold the recelpts. they wero "awaiting Instructions." with tho very liberal provisions Issues Aro Important. of April, 1921, at 12 o'clock noon, Mines precincts'. Mr. McCoy Is of Saturday when tho Rushvillo was of tho Wir Risk Insurance Act. All In his petition Keller states that of which all persons who shall at middle age, a progressive farmer and ' porsons suffering from dis approaching this port tho master that time be entitled to act as mem a solid and substantial business man, he purchased the whisky beforo wlrojcssed the Department of Jus ability which they received In Hno.cor1 prohibition laws became efbers thereof are h'eroby required tb well qualified to conduct all the duIce requesting that theycare for flvo of duty whllo In tho servlco, or those I ties ot tho office to which ho aspires. fective. Ho asks that a mandatory" There is a strong movement In takp notice." prisoners." Elaborate suffering from disability wiucn was JapanTbr reduction of armament be order be Issued by the Federal Court "conslular preparations, wero made for handling aggravated or accelerated by their cause tho present military and naval ROYAL ARCH MASONS requiring Mr. Hamilton as collector TRAVIS CLARK. of internal revenue, to- accept fedtho captives and they wero treated as service, desorvo and will recolvo tho. expense3 consumo morQ than onc- HOLD BIG SESSION from tho tlmo Federal utmost consideration. desporato men Mr. Sylvester Clark, of Route 4, eral tax on tho whlsky.upon Its rethird of the yearly budget and the Inasmuch as the Bureau Is Part,cu- - people aro burdened officers took them over from tho ship heavy with Keystone Chapter, No. 110, R. A. Hartford and Mrs. Katie Bell Travis, moval and that Mr. Williams bo reiuard under which thoy wero in larly anxious to assist all disabled ex taxes Any acuon by tho United M., heloV, a ..special convocation last of Hartford Route 5, came to Hart- strained from prosecuting Keller In charge. servlco persons, It Is requested that gtateg toward nn ngreement would Friday night, when a class ot four ford Monday, procured a marriage removing tho liquor to his place or Orders issued by the master of tho tho public at largo advlso any dlsabl- - fJnd a hearty pongo j Japan, but received the M. E. and R. A. degrees. permit and were Joined In wedlock, residence. man who Is not f ami- - Jt njust orglnate witn your country, Several members of tho' Central City at tho homo of Rev. T, T. Frazier, According to federal authorities It Rushvillo woro that no members" of ed is the first suit involving holders ot the crew should discuss tho prisoners ..- - wuu 1.1,. nbuio w ImtnnrifflinlV because of tho relative size ot the Chapter came over to assist in the ho performing the ceremony. liar i.i. uis l.l.a n ................ bonded warehouse 'receipts brought with outsiders under penalty of sal- fllo claims for compensation. two nations." work and an enjoyable mooting was ary deductions. Tho Captain, how-ove- r, Tho Louisville offico of tho Bureau under the present prohibition laws. RECENT MARRIAGE had. related the circumstances, load- of War Risk Insurance, tho officers JUDGE MOSS GROOMED Xt the conclusion of the work sandPERMITS ISSUED Other suits were filed in November. prohibition 1919, under tho war-tim- e ing up to his acceptance of tbo men of tho American Legion, or tho Red FOR FEDERAL POST wiches and coffeo Wiero served. men Cross will gladly give Arrested On Radio Order. to Hattie laws, and were reviewed by. the Su Bennle Baize, Hartford, The visiting Companions from Cen preme Court, which rendered an opin Lato last month, according to Cap nil Information thoy desire and assist Cincinnati, March 22. A special tral City wero: Martin Moore, H. M. Babbitt, Narrows. ! porsons 'niLc dlspatch'to tain Wceldorn, tho Unltod States all disabled Enquirer Shoul, Richard Neal, K. B. Moulding, Sylvester Clark, Route 4 Hartford, ion that whisky could not be removthe Cincinnati Shipping Board vessel City of Alton, J completion of their claims for corn- - from Washington says: Wilbur P. Rhoads, Roy Fortney and to Katie Bell Travis, R. 5 Hartford. ed under tho existing law. - pcnsntlon. ago the Supreme- Two months then noaring Rio de Janerio, recelvBowling W. C. Bell. Moss, of "McKenzIe Clifton Plrtle, Beaver Dam, to presumably messag'o, Court allowed removal ot liquor from By authority of tUe Director: cd a wlroless Green, Ky., Is to be appointed as Roxio Spencer, Beaver Dam. Respectfully, in a casa from officials of tho United States C. J. Daugherty, Rentrow, to Von-nl- e commercial warehouses solicitor of the Postorflco Depart- NOT A CORRECTION WM. A. ROBINSON. brought before that body. It is asGovernment, requesting arrest of tho Simpson, Rentrow. ment, It was learned today. The BUT AN EXPLANATION "five men. Connlo Daugherty, Rentrow to sumed by federal authorities that the solicitor is an official of tha present suit seeks to obtain a simiA fight, started 'and, according to 14 ARE INJURED BY Delana Austin,, Rentrow. of Justice, but Is assigned In our statement ot Circuit Court BLAST AT COLLEGE Captain Van Weeldern, it was with to Agnes lar interpretation as to bonded wart-hou- ses to tho Postoffloe Department, where proceedings, published In last week's Carlisle Williams, Echols, as was given in tho caso ot xtremo difficulty that tho men woro n suite of offices. Issue, among "other items we noted Sanders, McHenry. Ga., March 22 An ex- he has Atlanta, commercial warehouses. subdued, placed, In Irons and taken . Another Kentucky appointment is the fining of Wado Baize, on some of Of National Interest. to Rio do Janorlo, whero" thoy waro plosion of gas between the floors of Judge Charles Kerr, of Lex- minor charge. Due to the tact that "" LOUISVILLE MARKETS? Physiology Building at Emory that inthe Elwood Hamilton, collector-o- f imprisoned. ington, who Is to be federal Judgo of there resides in Hartford, a Baize, Vice Consul at Rio University here tody wrecked the the Panama Canal Zone. ternal revenue, last night said that Tho American Cattle Prime heavy steers $8.75 whoso full name is Wade H. Baize, and seabout 23,000,000 gallons of whisky-Ilo Janeiro, according to Captain Van Pharmacology Department 9; heavy shipping steers $8.50 and as some have thought it to be and now stored in bonded warehouses-irequested tho Munsbn Una riously injured fourteen students Weeldern, REPORT CHOLERA SPREAD. tho Hartford citizen, wo wish to 8,75; medium ?88.50; light memKentucky. He gave as his opinion stoamer Yoro to take tho quintette to Instructors. About thlrtyother chemthere resides in Hartford, a citizen fat heifers $6.50 9; fat cows $5.75 Now York, whore, it was said, they bers of tho sophomore class In Constantinople, Feb. 15. Cholera, residing here, but a Wade Baize, 7.25; medium cows $4 5.75; cutters that 50 per cent of that amount is istry received minor hurts. All the spreads In owned by persons who purchased tho wore "wanted." Still heavily guardthe camps of Russian refu- - resident of tho uppetr portion ot the canners $2Q2.50; bulls $4 before the present prohibition ed, tho men were placed, aboard tho Injured will recover, it was stated. Igees on the outskirts of tho city. ' G.50; feeders $7gxjB.75"; stockers $6 liquorwore in effect. County, perhaps. Tho blast lifted the floor of the laws Yoro, and lu some .manner, accorThe disease also is beginning to ap 8.25; milch cows $20 80. sesTens ot thousands ot holders oC ding to the Rushvillo captain, started room In which the class was in city. Thls .despite Calves Market weak nd prices warehouse receipts will bo affected-b- y CAURTIIOUSE WEDDINGS throwing some of the students pear within tho a furious fight. The Yoro's mastor sion declined $1. Best veals $11 11.50; wero strict quarantine measures. the case, which will be watched then speedily returned them to the against the ceiling, while others An effective health campaign Is common $3.J Clifton Plrtle and Roxle Spencer, medium to good blown thru tho windows with interest over the country. Asked Rio de Janeiro jail. overcrowding, uoth' of Beaver Dam, Charlie WilDr. A. difficult because of The injured included as to the possibilities ot the case, Mr. Takes Them on Rushvillo. 100,000 people and liams ot Echols and Agnes Sanders, Hogs Market late in starting, Bliss, head of the Depart- laclrof homes for night said: About that time tho Rushvillo came Richard suf- of McHenry, Journeyed to Hartford with trade finally established on a Hamilton last Pharmacology and Dr. M. F. low vitality of the refugees. They "It would virtually turn our warei.n to load coffeo for New Orleans, and ment of exposures and Wednesday, and after procuring the basis 50 cents lower,' a'fter bidders fered unbelievable department. houses open if successful. I' think Vice Consul Thomas managed to per- Brown, instructor of tho hunger before their arrival here. necessary documents were Joined in held out for $1 lower. Heavies, 200 41 it is one of the most important cases Captain Van Weeldern to atsuade The American Red Cros3 reports marrlago by Sounty Judge Mack pounds and up $10.50; light heavies yet brought to test tho federal liquor tempt transportation of the prison- CLASS OF 1021, BEAVER . 5,000 seriously 111 people without Cook, at the Courthouse. 120 to 200 pounds $11; pigs, 90 to laws." "v DAM II. Sr ENTERTAINED ' ers. beds. 120 pounds, $9,75; light pigs, 90 was mailed from Paducah The suit --"Wo accoptod, and here they are," pounds down $8.75 and tnrowouts yesterday. TOWN RESPONDS TO Miss Elizabeth Davidson and Miss After federal authorities tho skipper concluded. INFANT DIES. CLEANING EFFORTS $7.25 down. faculty, enhavo studied the pptltlop today, it is The prisoners, apparently between Sallye Cpleman, of the Sheep and lambs Supply extf erne- - probable 1921, Beaver that the date for .hearing 25 and 35 years of age, were said to tertained the Class of daughold six weok's The Due to the efforts of the Civic ly small, hardly enough to establish a will be set. Dam High School, iast Saturday evbe for tho most part well educated, Party, after ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hunter, Welfare Committee of the P .T. A. real trading basis. Best lambs consomo speak(ng several languages. The ening with a Theater Centertown, died Sunday and was many notlcable spots have been tinue to $7 9; choice higher; secLIVIA, ROUTE 2. which cards nnd lunch were enjoy- of otfUers of the Rushvillo spent tho Tho renovated, made to look presenta- onds $5 6; best fat sheep $4 down; gold and burled Monday at Centertown. part of tonight in the offices ed. Tho color scheme, . day and Rev. J, C. Craig", of Owiensboro, out In decorations funeral service" was conducted from ble and a hundred pet- cent better. bucks $250 down. of the Department of JtfstUe. No In- green, was carried filled-hi- s r the homo, by Rev. R. E. Fuqua, of A number of people have removed regular app6lntment at Mt. Produce Markets. was given as to when tho and refreshments. dication rubbish and things ot an unsightly Carmel, Saturday and Sunday; Eggs 1920c dozen. Those present besides the" class, Hartford. airlsoners would bo .taken to Now nature and breeders of disease- as Poultry Hens 27c lb.; largo Several .from here attended tho being were: Mr. and Mrs. Morton Wilapparently orders York, SEFA- well. The vacant lots opposite the spring chickens 27c lb.; small 32c funeral of Mr. Nelson May, at Now liams, 'Miss Carrie Southard, Mr. WlLIi- A CREAM awaited. RATOR PAY? Courthouse have been cleaned, the lb.; old roosters 1213c lb.; stags Bethol, Saturday. Mr. Bedford Asldo from a reporter from an af- Othp Burch Taylor, ground prepared and seeded to grass 20c lb.; young-duck24c lb.; No. 1 Mr, pscar Martin, ot Enst-vlomanaged to Robinson nnd Mr. Hubert Greer. ternoon newspaper, who For your information wo have" a and at, the proper time flowers will turkeys 3Cc lb.; geeso 12c lb.; gui- - spent Friday night with Mr, James talk to ono of tho men and was able Babcock Tester. We will be glad to tako tho place where weeds formerly neas 30c each; young guineas 50c. French. SENIOR CLASS ENTERTAINED to peer through some of tho baggage mm tost your cows to see it you are grow. The old basement where tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Smith loft before he was excluded from the par-rlMonday for Salt Lake cfty, Utah, EGGS! EGGS! Miss Alenno Leach entertained keeping boarders 6r producers and Nail buildings formerly stood has ( prison, jjo ono outside of Federal where they will niako their future with a St. Patrick's and Ooo'd Luck if you will bring us a sample of your been partly filled with rich earth and officials has talked with tho men. pnrtyat her homo on Capital Ave- skimmed nitlk we will show you water llllles aro to be planted and a Selected Eggs from my fine Bar- homo. m nue, Frankfort, In honor of tho Class that if you aro keeping as many as really protty"spot Is to replace the red 'Rocks as follows! . Mrs. Carl Boll spent Saturday 1XFLUKNZA STRIKES, pay for a Sepa e. Fresh running water is to Pon. No,, 1 $3.00 for lp;f $5,00 night and Suuday with Mr., and Mrs. V. S. ARMY OX IUH.NM of '21 of the Frankfoit HJgh School. Ihreo cows you can T. B. Boll. i Music, games, contests and prophesies rator in less than a years time with bo supplied, which ought to injuro for 30. amuse-epidemthe cream thdt you feed to your pigs cleanliness of the pool, whfclr:wllT r'Pen No.' 2 $1.50 for 15; $5.00 for Mr. Otis Clark has his house about Cqblonz, March 22. Influenza In of the future provided tho ' , Tho Im- 30. completed. bo near two feet in depth. form has broken out here j went, each guest receiving favors and calves. provement ot these vacant lots is, so WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Mrs. I, S. Mason spent from FriLargp lot prices on application. belonging ' to tho symbolic of the future. Refreshments among soldiers SHARPLES SEPARATOR AOENTS, far, tho most notable of any yet made The early hatch pays the best. day until Sunday with Mr, and Mrs, during tho ovnnlg- ' Tntted 'States occupation army. The wore served Hartford, Ky. 39t2 in tho business portion of town. Let JNO. D. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. Ed Mason, ot Baruett's Creek, of the Eighth In- - Frankfort State Journal. Second Battalion Miss Lillian Mao Brown and Mr. Wllllnm J. Cnrter, woro united in marrlago at tho homo of tho bride's Now Orlonns, March 22 Hold In parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Drown, soparato colls In the Now Orloans Saturday evening, March 19, at 7 Parish Prison tonight wero five men contracting parties Mn-tnnz- as EX-SERVIbo-ca- Landed in Chains At New Orleans. has been quarantined by tho JAPANESE RESENT CONGRESS CALLED medical authorities. TO MEET APRIL U. S. PREPAREDNESS Forty-fiv- o cases v of tho disease hnvo been roported and It Is said tho attack of tho malady Is very severe. Thoro have been no deaths from It Friction Increased IXy Gnrrlsons nnd Harding Issues Proclamation veiling Legislators In SpeFortifications In Hawaii so .far. And Plillllpplncs. cial Session. BROWN CAKTKH March 22. Bishop Yoshlyasu Mlra Iwa of tho Japan Methodist Church, now in this city, declared today that while ho was In Washington, Count' Shldehnra, Ambassador, had expressed to him belief that the Harding Administration would adopt tho agreement In final settlement of tho Japancso situation In California. "The Japanese publlo Is anxiously awaiting news to this effect," said tho churchman. "Tho agreement will bo satisfactory to tho Japanese people, but It leaves unsolved tho problem otL racial expansion, which Is pressing. "The Japanese still look toward the Western Hemisphere as tho only logical ground for Immigration. But, contrary to belief In this country, they are willing to amalgamate with tho people among whom thoy settle. "Japan does not want Hawaii or Tho present fric tho Phllllpplnes. tion has been- - greatly augmented, howover, by the suddenly lncrsea,scd garrisons and the extenslve fortification, being erected thee. "fr'ranKiy, tno Japancso people are "extremely nervous over the possibi lity of aggression from a nation of such power and wealth as tho United States. They do not contemplate beginning any trouble of their own-ac- Now York, Morrls-Shldchara Morrls-Shlde-hara 11th Con. the good work proceed, as fashion Is something wo most generally fol- SEEKfNG epidemic amongst us. 3 low and ono good cleaning breeds an other and by this method It may bo TAKE WHISKY HOME WOODFORD COUNTY JAILER UNSUCCESSFUL IN "APPEAL Holder Of Warehouse ceipt SuesTo Re- Re- semi-month- ly tho-prese- I J i s ?78; n $34; " 505. $58; ' J s sh eye-sor- ic ' Cum.i.r.ii ANXIOUS ABOUT COOLIDGE Old Friend Looking Out For Welfare Of Vice-President. - Northampton, Mass., March 19. James Luccy, mendor of shoes, is pegging away In his shop horo with ono cyo on tho newspapors (or word of how tho national capital treats o assoCalvin Coolldge, Ills ciate in local politics and now Vice one-tlm- President. r I K "When VIco President Coolidgo, just beforo departing for Washington recently, grasped tho cobbler's hand as the photographers snapped their cameras ho gave him a distinction that ho was asked to explain. "Put Mr. Luccy down as my guide, phim losopher and friend," he said. And Surgeons agree that in cases of so tho cobbler is now nationally Cuts, Burns, ilruises and Wounds, known. tho first treatment Is most important. yourself. What the Vice President meant When an efficient antiseptic is ap-- .. , x was more or less well known to plied promptly, there is no danger of Come in let us show you the Ford Sedan or Coupe. Better Northampton folk. The story goes infection and the wound, begins to get your order in now while prompt delivery is possible. And back to tho days when Calvin Cool heal at once. For use on man or never forget the matchless "Ford Af idgo was a sophpmoro at Amherst beast, Borozone Is tho Ideal Antisep given Ford ownCollege. With shoes to bo repaired tic and healing agent. Duy It now ers by Ford dealers means the continuous use of your car. he sought Lucey's shop on Gothic and bo ready for an emergency. Price Total $123,341,761.77 street in this city and then remain- 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Sums expended by the President ed to listen to tho cobbler's homely The Ohio County Drug Co. m from the $100,000,000 fund authorcomments on topics ot the day. ized April 17, 1917 were: Philosophy Engaging. Allen Property Custodian Ex AND POLAND RUSSIA penses of organizationraalarles etc, Tho student found the shoemaker's BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY ENTER PEACE PACT $90,000. philosophy so engaging that during the remainder of his college course ho Committee on Public Information went frequently to see him. As a Warsaw Government Gets Land, Gold Salaries and expenses, $1,600,000; and War Trophies TViken lawyer later young Coolidgo opened educational work in Russia, $1,000,-00- 0. Since 1772. offices hero and while he waited for clients, continued his acquaintance Food and Fuel Administration Riga, Lotvia, March 1C After Preliminary expenses $340,000; conwith tho cobbler. Thruout his career In the politics of the city and state, months of negotiating, peace finally trol of coal supply, $25,000; educaIn tho canyon of a stream that was promising prospects. Mr. Coolidgo dropped in at the shoo was signed tonight by the represen- tional campaign $2,000,000; other LONDON IS BEING It is Illustrated christened Silver Crook. Tho region by soveral maps, geologic sections. shop from time tb time to exchange tatives of Russia, Ukraine and Po expenses $3,06S,000. MAPPED FROM AIR was then inaccessible and was infest- and sections of mines. ideas with his friend and have the land. War Trade Board Administration After the signatures had been af- ot Espionage act $850,000; other exed by Apaches, so that for tho first benefit of the latter's pointed politiTho roport can bo obtained from 10 years mining was complicated by the Director of tho United States Geofixed to the treaty, M. Dombsky, penses, $1,255,000. cal observations. London, March 19. To save time The youthful Coolldge took away head of the Polish Mission, declared International Y. M. C. A., Build- and money, London is being mapped Indian warfare. During tho last 40 logical Survey at Washington free of years, however, tho district has been charge. counsellor; it was the desire of Poland to be the ings, equipment etc $3,000,000. lessons from tho cobbler from the air. Planes are flying dal- producing a steady output Coolidgo tho candidate received the bridge between Europe and Russia, of metal, Coal, $7,902,-50State Department ly over tho city when the weather is chiefly sliver, and tho estlmatod val- MADISON COUNT. PROFITS benefit of his influenco which was lie added, however, that futuie relaof which some of ther Items were fine and there is no fog to prevent ue of the total product Is moro and tions between Poland and, Russia confidential work," $345,000; railIn city politics, considerable than UV STAXDAItD FLOCKS photography. Tho men who trained $15,000,000. a position of state would depend on the execution ot the ways, military, publicity and other when ho rose to by taking pictures of the German Tho region Is rugged and mounand national prominence he still re- Peace Treaty. Lexington Ky., Mar. 19. Tje commissions in Russia, $1,182,000; nests are now photographing the tainous and tho nearest railroad staconviction that good relations purchase of Russian supplies, loyal support of the shoe-ma- n, The ceived tho poultry standardization campaign bemetropolis and from tholr photo- tion Is S5 miles away. Tho rocks nro ing conducted by tho Kentucky Stato Mr. Lucey mod03tly explaining would be established between Russia entertainment of foreign passed and her neighbors, because Russia missions, $75,000; expenses of mis- graphs the new map of London will chiefly lavas by various types and Collego of Agriculturo in cooperathat Mr. Coolidge long since be completed. aro much broken by faults. out of his range of influence, admits was first to recognize the right to sions, $75,000; expenses of missions Tho tion with tho various counties is Many difficulties aro overcomo by mineral-bearin- g of small nationali- sent abroad $350,000. may have been of some help voins, howover, aro meeting with unusual success In Madthat ho this method. The scale Is easily dewhen the Vice President was on tho ties, was expressed by Adolph Joffre, tho ison county according to Treasury Bureau of War Risk, termined, and the actual manual la- well defined and continuous, rdpMs Russian delegation. political ladder. chief of the first rings of the salaries and expenses, $1,400,000; bor is considerably reduced, in ad combined workings on ono vein ag- cuiiuuB irom mo uorca unodo Isrand apTwenty-si- x paragraphs and five Cross Aids Friendship. total Treasury Department, $6,064,-16- 1. dition to which the actual contour ot gregating over a mile and a halt in Red "Association. Farmers In that ionK, Tho cobbler says tho only time ho pendices made up the document. The county who aro raising tho standard me roaas is regisierea immeuiaieiy. Tho district was recently visited by over crossed Calvin Coolldge seem- first four paragraphs establish the ) lengthy op- - a Government eeoloirlst H. O. Fercm breed, which is tho Rhodo Island lied without the .tedious and frontier ed to make firmer the friendship behavo already sold 200 hens to Camp A pain in tho side or back that Coolidge had covering the present domarkatlon line catches you when you straighten up tween them. Mr. . several thous- - son' whoso rePrt h3 Jnt boon pub- - Knox, havo sold moro than 1,000 estimated tha , hatching "eggs to different Kentucky Hshed by thp Un,tcd sutc Q sought tho election of a friend as and allowing for alterations under calls for a rubbing application of Bal v,lll be needed. cal Survev. Dnn9rlmnn. nt ,,, mayor and asked Mr. Lucey as a del- which 3.000 square kilometers are lard's Snow Liniment. It relaxes and photographs hatcheries and aro now filling orders tho egate to the party caucus to stand In ceded to Poland near Minsk and the the contracted muscles and permits These will be placed together and gen- - toror( as Duuetn 715.L. Tho re. for hatching eggs to go to South ensuing map will bo reduced for port (le8Cr,beg tho Beo,og,c structuro Carolina and Toxas. It has been eshis behalf, but the cobbler, already district of Polesla on the Ukrainian ordinary bodily motion without sufhound to the opposing candidate, re- frontier. fering or inconvenience. Price. 25c, iaLuBe' cities, and probably jargo of the district, tho types of rock and timated that approximately 70,000 tho oro deposUs nnd g,rcg dotaIod hatching eggs will bo sold out of tho All parties under Pargraph 5 agree 50c and $1.00 per bottle. fused. This evidence of loyalty to So'ld by sections of the country will bo map- - de8CrIptIona ot tho lIne3 nnd a prior allegiance sorved to heighten to abstain from propaganda against Ohio County Drug Co. county during tho coming season. m ped in the same way, and the result each other and prohibit on their retheir mutual respect. will not only provide a much moro ac-- ! Tho shoemaker, a native of Ire- spective territories organizations act- DOUBLE-DECSTREETS curato map of the various localities, forty ing against the interests of the other land, came to Northampton look for the RED LINE 'round the top FOH CHICAGO but will bo used In aviation trainany atyears ago at the ago of l. He has parties, and to abstain from ing for observers who will be able ,licen at his last in the same shop tempt to Interfere with the GovernAs cities grow and traffic on the to check up their flights or to learnt for thirty years. A family of eight ment of territory belonging to other principal streets increases until they the changed appearance of tho va- -, children, seven of whom are now liv- parties. are so congested.tbat lives are endan- rlous as seen from tho ing, has made demands on his earnFurther paragraphs concern mat- gered and the movement of all traf- air, landmarks and so simplify their special ing ability Five aro girls; one Is a ters of citizenship and reparation. fic is seriously hampered measures of training. stenographer, two nro teachers, a Number 10 provides for amnesty for various kinds have to be taken to The-- mapping of great cities has fourth, who was formerly a teacher, all political crimes, 11 stipulates the make more room or to expedite the hitherto been an undertaking ot conIs now married and one is a clerk. turning over to Poland by Russia and movement of pedestrians and ve- siderable cost, both of time and Of tho two boys one is a graduate of Ukraine ot all war trophies, libraries, hicles. In some of the largest cities money. By 1'": aerial photography an . Holy Cross College, and the other Is archives, collections and other arti- subways have been dug under the enormous saving is effected. The a student in tho Northampton Com- cles of national, historic and cul- streets for tho accommodation - of time of the operation is reduced, the tured value taken from Poland since passenger cars. Elevated railways cost is much lower, and the number mercial College. 1772. have been built for similar nurooses. iJfGsfi V people engaged Is fewer. Paragraph 13 contains provisions lArnong tho other plans suggested is of Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application!, ai they cannot reach for the payment by Russia and Uk that of double decking the most-tra- v the dlaeaaed portion Ot the ear. Thar la raine to Poland of 30,000,000 gold eled streets. So far this has not been RENEWS PLEDGE TO only one nay to cure catarrhal deafneaa, BETTER MAIL SEltVICE and that la by a constitutional remedy. rubles during tho year following ratitried out in a practical manner but Catarrhal Deafneaa la cauaed by an Inflamed condition of the mucoui Unlne of fication of tho treaty. ' Chicago now proposes to put It to the Euatachlan Tube. Whan this tube la Chicago, March 19. Tho ollmlna Inllamed you have a rumbling aound or lm Matters concerning railway ma- the test on South Water street. tion ot politics and tho extension of ! and when It la entirely litrftct hearing, la lgSyq3vQttQwfirw"-'jiSacloatd, Deafntaa the reeult. Unlen the terial and machinery, the settlement The double deck; which will extend tho civil service in the Postofflco DeInflammation can be reduced and thli tube of accounts, deposits and fuqds are reatored to Ita normal condition, hearing for about 2500 feet on this street will partment wore pledged by Will II. Many casta ot will be deatroyed forever. 14 to 18, provide a new thordeafneaa are cauaed by catarrh, which la dealt with in "Paragraphs Hays, postmaster general, and chairart Inflamed condition of the mucoui aur Poland from the oughfare. Light and heavy traffic Haifa Catarrh Medicine acta thru while 19 releases facea man of the Republican National ComIt's a Goodrich Shoe, the Brown the blood on the mucous aurfaces of the payment of debts of the former Rus will bo separated as the lower deck ayatem. mittee, in two speeches hero today. give One Hundred Dollara for sian Empire. We t Gaiter, and it is All will be reserved for heavy trucks, "Mv nurnoses aro to tnkn hn nns- any caee ot Catarrhal Deafneaa that cannot 4 be cured by Hall a Catarrh Medicine. Cir.,,. tn ,nnV street cars and horse drawn vehicles, tnl Borvlce out of Rubber no cloth top. Wear it culars free. All Orugglits. 75c. PREVENTS APPLE SCALD. while the upper deck will bo used by .such roctlflcaton9 as ,n all doconcyl F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. right over your shoe, and when e ngni irucKs anu auios. inus uwuc you come in from the field or Tho department ot agriculture has will be facilitated not only on South lld ralrness must bo made to assure . Bnuaro .,.., nml to MADDEN STOPS STKAL. nnil discovered a simple and effective way Water street but on streets that Inter- barn, douse bucket of water broaden the ctv!1 BorvIce and t0 put apple scale, which sect of preventing Washington, March 21. Represenit. At congested centers the up Ihe entire postal service on a purely over it and it's cleaned. Then a caun;s such a heavy annual los3 in per deck is to extend down the cross-tow- n business basis so sound and servicetative Martin B. Madden, of Illinois, click of the buckles and off she apples. This is streets while at others Inclines able that no political party will over has placed tho town of Gastonia, N. tho transportation of apples slips and you go into the house by wrapping tho In oil- will be provided. on tho map by revealing a Demo- dono pgajn dare to attempt to Ignore or ed paper. clean and dry. But Wear is the Besides providing moro space for cratic attempt to put something over The scald was found to be caused traffic tho schemo will give pedes evade It," he declared in his talk toon Congress. He says: big feature. It is Goodrich Rub-be- r night beforo tho Illinois Athletic by gases given off by the apples trians and other users ot tho ground- "There is In this town down horo and that means fifty years gases have beon level deck a thoroughfare sheltered Club. These in North Caiollna a public build- themselves. "We othe new administration segregated and Identified by chomlsts, from rain, snow and tho hot rays of of experience backed by a ing said to have cost $80,000 In to produce tho the sun. Business houses fronting on must bo Judged by our doeds, not by square deal policy. 60,000 deal1916. Nobody knows how much It who havo been ablo our words. Nevertheless, I do not o characteristic applo smell from m worth today. tho street will havo their window hesitate to state ono fact as positive It may be worth ers' sell it ask yours for Good sources. No commercial use, display space doubled, an advantage Yet wo proposo to sell it $200,000. wo mean business." rich next time. howover, hns yot boon mado ot this that will appeal to all business men. to u bank, and the bank gives us a vaoant lot, and the gentleman from discovery. The B. f. Goodrich Rubbfr company MOGOLLON MINING Tho manufacture ot light, oiled WORKMEN TRV TO SEIZE PLANT THE North Carolina (Mr. Hoev) says tho Ahr Ohio DISTRICT NEW MEXICO paper has beon providwaxed) vaoant lot is worth $27,000. Nobody (not When tho proprietors declared a I ed for and It is likely that apples will knows whether it is worth a cent or after announcing a wngo cut Tho Mogollon district, iu New Mex bo to bo wrapped lu such pa- lockout In n big electrical plant near Paris ico, is ono of tho oldest and most pronot. Wo havo not had any report per found in the future. from any official authority to say tho workers refused to leave and at- ductive silver-minin- g regions of tho tempted to selzo tho plant and start Southwest. what U is worth. Than the gentleman Tho ploneor prospector nay the bank, In addition to that, a soviet regime. As a result of the in this district was James Coonoy, HI-PRE- SS FOR FLETCHER'S fa going to put up a building to cost struggle tho plant was closed and tho an old Indian tighter, who first dls-- 1 I covered rich sllvor-coppby the police 75,000. Now, how do wo know workmen driven out ?J ores there ws ter-Servic- e" If wo are going to sell tho proporty that wo own, thcTlnonoy ought to "go Into tho Treasury, and If wo nro going to erect n now building in this town It ought to bo appropriated for in tho ordlnnry way. Now, of course, tho gentleman from North Carolina realizes that ho could not get an appropriation for a building in his town, as nobody else In tho United States can. "Wo havo not been appropriating money at this otsslon for any public buildings in any City in tho United States. Thp gentleman from North Carolina Is smarter than anybody olso or some Senator thinks that ho has an opportunity to mako a trade by which they can got a new public building by indirection when they can not get It directly. I do not proposo to stand here and submit to any city in North Carolina or any other city getting by indirection out of the Treasury of tho United States that which they would not bo ablo to do by direct appropriation." that? WOt SPENDS WELL; POOR ON ACCOUNTING e Gives Amounts In General Covering Confidcn-- v . tial Work. "Confiden- Washington "March 21 tial work," "esplonngo," THE UNIVERSAL CAR , "public In- formation," and similar pot phrases of the Wilson administration are some of the choico Items In tho very gonoral accounting of his $150,000,-00- 0 war fund mado to Congress at its request by tho retiring President just beforo he left otflco. Here Is a Statement ot expenditures: Executlvo $21,102,222.50 State 16,906,431.63 Treasury 16,378,830.97 Independent 27,303,471.34 Food control 13,184,269.19 War 13,972,806.11 Navy 1,883,408.90 564,405.81 Interior 24,228.98 Postofflco Commorco 6,252,642,60 . Labor 2,765,667.74 Justlco 2,927,375.94 Agriculture 986,000.00 Motor With Comfort In a Ford Sedan When you ride in a Ford Sedan or Coupe, you ride in comfort weather holds no fear for you. A minute, and your car is transformed. Windows down, windshield open the Ford Coupe or Sedan affords the coolness and breeziness of the open car. Win-doup, windshield closed and you are protected from rain, wind, sleet or snow. And bear this in mind. The Ford Sedan costs you no more than the ordinary open car. In fact, the Ford Sedan costs you less to buy, war tax included, than any touring car manufactured in the United States, except, of course, the Ford. Compare the prices BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY WBUBHmHai.n 7, Russlan-Ukralnlan-Poli- ("7 .. K ! I JLjU -- -- IBsMKr st 111 .,, Wm a C out-sld- Children Cry OASXORIA GOOBBnOl RUBBER FOOTWEAR er ..yfj'ln FESS LAUDS WORK OF OGTII CONGRESS Beats Record of 25 Years In Finishing Supply t Bill. Washington, March 19. D. Fosg, Represenchair- Somo of tho nntlves, driven insano by TOM W. MARSHALL the torrlbU conditions dlsputo with tho dogs for their ghastly food. IS OUT OF WORK Tho Chinese minister to tho United Stntcs, Dr. S. Alfred Size, sold that 15,000,000 aro threatened with starvation. Ho added that tho Chl-nc- Twice-Vic- e President Says government Is doing all It can It's Work America for tho stricken sections. Tho Chi- ncso president subscribed $100,000, Needs, Too. and all officials aro contributing 20 por cent ot tholr salaries. so bo so. II er may bo sold In taverns except on Sundays and holidays, and wines may bo sold In restaurants and clubs with meals. , Thero is somo complaint In tho far northern part ot Cdnada because the Volstead law prohibits liquor from being transported through U. S. territory in Alaska and that Is the only routo by which it can bo secured. f Children Cry for Fletcher's n . CALDEH EXPLAINS BILL Indianapolis, March 19. Thomas Washington, March 10. Senator Tako Horblno for indigestion. It The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has W. Marshall, former Vlco President, fccen relieves tho pain in n few minutes William M. Calder, whose coal bill la use for over over 30 years, has borne the. stenaturh n man ot tho National Itopubllcan Conadded here today to his recent Washand forces tho fermented has been reported favorably to th matter ington una nas peen made under his per- - gressional Committee, sums up. tho statoment that "what Ameri- Senate, has this to say which causes tho misery into' tho of his effort Bnal supervision since its Infancy. cigar." work of tho C6th Congress in a state- bowels where it Is expelled. Prlco GO ca noeds is a gbod to protect fuel purchasers: What also is needed is for everyment In which ho says: cents, gold Jy Ohio County Drug "My coal bill is not designed to AH Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare body to go to work at something "Tho COth Congress ended Its third Company. bring about Government operation of m Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but useful to ,hls fcllowman at some nnd last session nt noon March 4. mm Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. nf tho coal mines. It is a simple coal prlco, oven tho that prlco may appear "Tho second session ended Juno B, REPORTS FINDING CURE regulation bill which requires every- 1920, Flvo months later the people FOR EPILEPTIC CASKS small. ono engaged In the coal business, both "Tho trouble with tho average man oporntor and dealer, to registered their verdict upon Its work. Castoria Is a harmless substitute- - for Castor Oil, Parccoric file with tho is that ho has been doing Just as lit- Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Slnco that verdict tho last scaslon Worcester, Massu March 19. Federal Trado Commission at reguIt contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its has mado Its Tecord. The Houso Michael Nicholson) formerly n medi- tlo work as possible and trying to lar intervals a statoment of tho buage Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years completed all tho supply bills at an cal student in Greece, says ho has dis- get as much as ho possibly could get siness dono by tho corporation or in it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, earlier date than had seen this work covered a euro for epilepsy, of which for It," said Marshall. "And" I don't dividual, tho amount- - of coal proWind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness havo been doing the duced, to whom In tho .ho was at ono timo a victim. dono in tho past 25 years Ho blamo him. sold, and the mararlsinr ' therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Senate tho Navy bill was caught In came to this country thrco years ago samo thing myself. gin of profit. It levies a tax upon "But I expect to go to work. the legislative jn'm and fallen action-Al- l from Spa rata. the coal' dealer who sells to another "And If I can't get $25 apieco for dealer. So confident aro local men in tho tho others becamo law savo the Tho purpose of this proviarm bill which met tho pocket veto efficacy of Nicholson's remedy that tho talks I havo been making over sion Is to drive coal direct from the a fourtoen-roosummer resldenco is the country, why, I will tako $12.50. producer to tho consumer. Public J)f the President. "And In tho meantimo President a legislative being transformed Into a Banltarlum "Tills is conceded utilities and manufacturing plants to administer tho treatment. Dr. Harding Is golng.to bo my President, buy tholr coal in tho main directly achievement slnco ordinarily tho supthe Signature of A. Bergln, a Worcester Just as ho Is going to bo the Presi- from tho operators, but tho houseply bills (ail passago in tho short ses- Stephen sion. The war has so complicated physician, Is president of the sanita- dent of everyone In the United States. holder's coal usually passes thru sevEverybody's Job. , tho appropriations, tho estimates be- - rium company, William K. Pattereral hands before it reaches its final "When I was a little boy," conng Bovcn or eight times what they son Is treasurer and Nicholson Is destination. The householder has no vero boforo tho war, that sharper secretary. Tho Institution has been tinued the former Vlco President, one to look after him, and, in my "tho geography which I used In opinion, the tax on tho wholesaler's scrutiny of every ittmi and longer named Fornrest. Tho treatmont if opilepsy will bo school had a picture on tho outside profits would result in a reduction of time aro required. In addition tho oporatlon of tho now rulo centraliz- revolutionized If the medical student's of a Mr. Atlas In tho act of holding tho prlco to the consumer. The bill ing appropriations in ono committee tests aro successful, Dr. Bergln said. up tho world. Carrying tho world also provides that the President may Kind You Tho sanitarium has its first pa- on ono's shoulders is a pretty big take over the coal business whenever entails greater consumption of timo ngrconient of tho two houses tient. A man who was taken there Job I know, for I tried to carry an omergency arises. Operators in TH QNTUn COMli AMV. HW VOWK CITV, to reach iinnn nnlnla of dlsacreement. Tho has been suffering from tho disease Indiana last year. this means in tho end per'No ono man can hold up the sist that governmental years and for tho past dcslro to test the efficacy of tho now for thirty-tw- o manent control, and world. It is up to each of us as an others contend thrco has been a patient In a state rule nlso required more timo. that in case of an Individual to do his part honestly omergency, brought "In addition to enacting tho supply ' Institution. about by a laand well no matter how small. t bills, tho Congress last session epact- bor controversy, the Army will be "With all our democracy there is used to move coal. For my part, I ed consldorablo Important legislation. PRAYER MEETINGS REPLACE CHAP GAMU a good deal of what I call snobocra-c- y, Somo important measures failed by j am strongly in favor of the power beand this exists in low places as ing placed in the President's hands presidential veto, such as the emer- --Atlanta, Ga., March 19. Profes- - well as high places It scorns to como goncy toriff bill, the Immigration" bill to protect tho public interests la an have a from down up oftentimes. of bills aro still In sors at Emory University A great 'number emergency." Charleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, "It is entirely possible for a work-Ingm"conference between the- two houses', problem seldom faced by colleg-says: "I have never had to use very much medicine, to bo Just as mean as a capNumerous additional measures pass- - faculties. Following tho close of a because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste AID TO CHINESE revival conducted by Dr. italist cd ono Houso and failed to reach-th- e in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would "What wo all need," Marshall wont BY SELF DENIAL floor in tho other, or fnvorablo nc- - Tlato T. Durham, tho boys have and it would take a dose or more of Black-Draugrollgious on, "Is to be intellectually honest The maternity bill passed tho yeloped such an lntenso straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. Senate but did not reach tho floor of fervor instructors became alarmed with ourselves. Wo have been exWe have used in our family for years Instead of observing self denial neglect of studies. pecting too much of government and Jho Houso, although it did receive at tho week ns a means of raising money Tho proverbial "crap" gamo of tho tho law. 4avorablo action by the Houso com- THEDFOHD'S 40",000,000 inhabitants of the "Laws can not remedy'all our evils for the Tho samo Is true with tho toys' school Is replaced by prayer nilttoo famine area in north Central China, s' because the criminals aro just a lit-tl- o extonslon of rehabilitation of disabled meetings lasting well into the the pupils of the Pino Mountain Set bit ahqad ot tho legislatures. act. Tho samo Is truo of . inS- tlement School in Harlan County, will --- Two Anecdotes, tho packers bill and tho cold stordeny themselves ono meal a week for "A certain man died and his wife age act. a month, thus saving sevonteen cents had tor him a church funeral. The "A glanco over tho work of tho Through this saving on each-mw- l. minister told what a great and good closing session of tho C6th Congress they already har& sent $101.00 to the man ho had been. will convince nnyono that It was a and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. Louisville. This "The reverend gentleman was so China Famine aFund from Mrs. Ethvery successful session, marked by It has not only saved me money, it has helped-keemy is tho gist of letter eulogistic that tho widow finally an onormous amount ot work. system in shape, arid has never weakened me as so el DoLong Zando, received yester ' turned to her llttlo boy and said: day by b By JONATHAN BRACE many physics do. I recommend it tojny friends and am tho Bev. Dr. E. Y. Mullirisr "Danny is thero any other corpse fn glad to do so." Black-Draug- ht Has Had Stomach Trouble For Seven '$ is the old, reliable liver Louisville, chairman ot the fund. of 2 the church beside your father?' Ycnrs. medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. Dr. Mulllns previously Issued an DELE-"Now, I made a speech tho other When you feel badly all over, sbmach not right, bad Theodore Santord, of Fenmoro, appeal throughout Kentucky for tho A It E day in Cleveland, and before I arose taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try Mich., has had stomach trouble for falls the honor observance of" a. week of self denial to nddress tho assemblage tho chairAt all Druggists. Thedford's Black-Draugsoven years and could not eat vegeof being the by tho omission from each meal of man of tho meeting introduced me first of tho tables or fruit without pain in the some little food luxury and the monIn highly eulogistic terms and withoriginal thirstomach and rcstloss nights. By tak Genuine! my name or position ey thus saved to be donated to the teen out mentioning states. ing unamoonam a laoiois hu is uuw , Chinese. 1.77 December 7, in tho last administration until way able to cat vegetables or fruit with- -' J 1787, Mrs. Zando is a member of the exeIt olllclally adopted the Contoward tho end. out causing pain or sleeplessness. If of Jho Pine Mounstitution and tliuH was mndo a "I was Just wondcr'ng If I was cutive committee troubled with indigestion or constibeginning of our present Federal tain School. Her letter in part folonly corpse In tho room. a trial. ' pation givo theso tablets government. According to tho to organize every county In the State sent an equerry to inquire. Tho mar-wi- th "But I looked around nnd saw lows: want- - to They are suro to prove beneficial, m seventh artlclo of the Constitutell you how heartily "I a County Chairman and a small shal was found and was obliged to o- Newton D. Baker also on the tion, however, It was necessary our children aro carrying out their committee ot workers so fcs a corpso I was not that the ap- - admit that he had been so busy and J for nine stntes to ratify It before HtOQUOIS INDIANS BALK to plan they voted unanimously peal may bo presented to every or- - preoccupied that ho had forgotten It actually came into force. So nlono." CANADIAN OWNERSHIP AT havo famine rations ono day aweek ganization and brought to the atten- tho engagement. Not so very long It was not until the following I and tholr comments are Something June, by which time eight other tion of all individuals and citizens of Syracuse,' N. Y., March 19. Eight like thl3,"Last week, I weren't nary our DIPHTHERIA DEATHS states bad accepted the ConstiHe said since it might havo cost a man bis head but Commonwealth. thousand six hundred of tho Irohungry at tution, that tho United Stntes of IN STATE INCREASE bit"One old" supper time." in the trfkea considerable time to organize the world Is coming to know "who's "the Six Nations aro seeking quois of grandmother America actually came into be"I Committee hopes who." ing. a homo. neighborhood told mo how sho had all the counties the Health Board Emphasizes Needless. coaxed her granddaughter, who is a that the good citizens of each coun.-t-y The $arly history of Delaware Dock in 1777 their forefathers who are interested in helping the nchs'of Dentlis When Suro. was a varied one. It started in elected to fight with the British day pupil in our school, to eat an starving Chinese will get together 1C38 when u small party of Curo Can Bo Had. payment against tho colonists, In extra breakfast and take more at sup- quickly and form Swedes settled at tho mouth of their own organithoy wore given 3G.000 acres ot land per timo, but Elsie replied, "Why, tho Dclawaro river and called it Louisville, March 19. With com- granny, I can hardly eat at all, think- zations and advise him or Mr, Jos. tract ' In Ontario. Indians from this New Sweden. In 1055, Peter plete figures on the number of deaths ing of those little Chinese children.' Burgo, the Treasurer, of their action. fought against America In 1812. Stuyvcsant, tho governor of tho In making contributions to this caused in Kentucky last November government haB Now tho Canadian Dutch colony of New Nether"It is touching when we realize and December by diphtheria now how little our children really haver fund checks should bo mado payable lands, annexed this territory. But tho inhabitants of tho tract ordered avallablo, tho Stato Board of Health and how willing they are to sacri- to Jos. Burgo, Treasurer and mailed It did not long remain Dutch, to accept citizenship. This tho Inhas issued' a new warning against this fice that little. The children plan to tho Board of Trade Building, for In 1G04 the English took refuse to do. dians Louisville, Kentucky or deposited in possession. When Pennsylvania disease. In November ot last year now to carry this campaign ot , Chief Georgo Nash, courier ot the any bank in Kentucky. wns deeded to William Penn he there wero ninety fatalities duo to Indians, has appealed to month Canadian Fridays through the desired access to the seacoast i diphtheria, which number was seveninDr. Erl A. Datee, ot Syracuse, to of March and are rejoicing in the PAPYRUS FOB I'APEB PULP. teen in excess ot the 1920 deaths. numbers ot Chinese1 they can feed tercede with President Harding for ware was transferred to Penn's Similarly, tor Decomber, 1920, there reservaan asylum for them in the proprietorship. thru this saving of seventeen cents From tho bePapyrus, the material on which the wero sixty-thre- o fatalities or eighteen a day on each meal." ginning of tho eighteenth centions of Now York stato, ancient Egyptians Inscribed writings more than in December of tho pretury, however, Delaware had Its David Hill, Indian commissioner The funds for the starving Chinese of all kinds and from which our word ceding year. spparato legislature, and at the which Is being raised in Kentucky is paper was derived, of the Onondagos ,says that reservato be ustimo of the Revolution It boEvery death caused .by diphtheria, gradually growing larger as checks tions in Now York aro now overed, as a material, tor the manufacture rn m on fnrtonrnrtnnt ctntn tho Board of Hoalth's warning states, crowded. He thinks thoro is little Delnwarolr next to the small- - j need not havo occurred, as antitoxin aro being rocelved at headquarters of pulp for modern paper. Processes ot President Harding prospect "Last from all parts ot the State. bleaching out est ot our states, havlug an area administered early enough and in week," said Dr. Mulllns on his re- have been worked plant, for granting tho request of the Canadian or only 2,370 square miles. Its which grows and preparing the sufficient quantities is a sure curo turn from a week's trip In the south Indians. participation In presidential elec abundantly in the Belgian Congo, and for the disease. Tho warning also In interest ot tho China Famlno Fund, have telephones and suptions Is limited to three electors. a large company has been organized atntna that thin nntttnYfn mfiv hn nh- This Is arranged according to "I was surprised to note the en- for plies in stock. Make a,spe-cial- ty An Initial population. Each state is entitled i tained from the board at cost price couraging returns as tho result of production ot 20,000 tons is planned. of repair work. FOR- - FLETCHER'S to ilia RoniA number of nrealdpn. by physicians in the Stato and calls week." Tho Executive Congo papyrus contains nearly $ tlal electors as It has members attention to the fact that indigent Committee he said realized that ev- The per cent of celluloso which is an you need Wire, Brackets, of congress, so the Influence of persons, unable to pay for antitoxin ery church and Sunday School could 38 mater Pins, Spools, Insulators, Inany paper-makin- g tho different states In voting for oven when it is for them at cost not observo this week for many had essential in FAMINE AND TYTITUB RAGE the President varies from Delaial. sulated Wire, Lightning Arprice, may obtain it treo from their previously takon the offering and ware's three electors to New county health officers. 45. being doqn- - throughpostpone the FOCII FORGOT TEA York's resters, Switches, or any part others necessarily had to While much Is As to tho derivation of the collections for this fund to a later DATE WITH KING for a telephone, call, write out the world to help stricken China, oame Dclawaro, this was approSTATE TO ItEGULATE LIQUOB date, but tho response was liberal people in tho famlno area are dying priately given to the stato from A few second and general. Really somo surprisThe great French soldier, Marshal or phone me. rate of 10 00 a day from starvaat the the river, which in turn was Quoboc has a new law whoreby the ing collections have been taken In the Foch, who was In London for the hand 'phones in stock. Mution and typhus. The disease startnamed after tho bay and tho bay 2 ed with the spring thaws. The. was called Delaware In honor ot 2 B'ovornment takes charge of (ho sell- small churches and church organi conference between "tho allies and tual phone No. 1. wretched pcoplo bavo stripped tho Lord Delaware, who was gover-- 2 ing ot liquor not more than ono quart zations. Tho State Executive Com- Germans over tho indemnity, was into a person, and by which nono Is mittee Is delighted with the response vited to tea by the king of England, nor of tho Virginia colony in from the trees In their hunger, bark 1010. allowed to bo exported Jrom tho pro- to tho appeal which they have mado. The marshal did not show up at tho and bodies of the starved aro found ( by JlcClur Nwipper Syndicate.) vince. Somo ot tho districts already Dr. Mulllns said further that It is appointed hour and the king waited. by th,a Bide of roads where they fall Beaver Dam, Ky. ' dry by local option will continue to tho hope ot tho Executive Committee After waiting for thirty minutes he wild. prey to ddVtlia't a" running tative Simeon ot Ohio, 6&9 3J&j&!s d" What is CASTORIA 'I -- m CENUINE yBears CASTORIA ALWAYS Iff Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought EVEE BILIOUS? ht, o an two-wee- do-tlo- n. V4 morn-soldier- The Story of Our States p K ht. I Always Insist on the plat-fonrrr- Telephones din-norlc- ss No Need to Wait I If Children Ory CASTORIA self-deni- al .r4.!k W. G. Mufffett .ta(Ssi,aw orwMti.rfAi'."'w V (The Hartford Republican COJITAXi "" nation Is a bit puzzling to some of those-- who are in and want to remain, as well as to como who are out and , Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING wantito get In. Incorporated . H 4 "XL. pictures for tho screen. The Imaginwill ary satisfying of morbid curiosity could be" tho only inducomont for tho paying out of good money to soo TELEPHONES this character in motion pictures. If 59 Farmera Mutual...1 tho respectable operators of movlo 123 Cumberland houses in Kentucky fall for productions with Clara Smith Hamon as MARCH 25 tho chief character or drawing card, TTODAY then moving picture fans ought to boycot tho houses handling them. ANNOUNCEMENTS Puro capitalization of deliberate vlca and honoring a hero, who by strugi gle and determination has arisen For County nnd District from the depths Is two entirely dif'iTS't. Offices. ferent propositions. J Anonymous communications receive no attention. at Camden, N. J., the othor day, that "a pacificist was a fool" Is distinctly characteristic of tho Roosevelt way things. Of course tho tuo of saying Entered according to law at wall statement was as applying to tho Poatofflco, Hartford, Ky., as proposition In genornl nnd in vlow of natter ot the second class. what tho U. S. had rccantly gone thru to with, and directed to those who Address all communications would have pencer'nt any price, matRepublican. The Hartford ters ot right not considered. At any rate, coming from a man who, himNOTICE XO SUBSCRIBERS to fight as did his desiring the paper sent self volunteered Subscribers glvo tho old brothers, and father beforo him, even to a new address must tho pacificists themselves will lightly fcddrcss In making tho request. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c resent tho statement, If at all.' per lino, and 8c per lino for each insertion. With a sordid expar'sneo as her Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards ot Thanks, lc por word, and Cc for best and only particular capital, It is each head lino nnd Bjgnautro, money roportcd that Film Producers have (n advance. njado overtures, at fancy prices to Unurcu INOuces lor uurviteij "mi advertisements, lo per Clara Smith Hamon to appear in tut other W. S. T1NSLKY, Editor nnd Business Malinger. Jr., assistant Socrotary ot thoNavy, Tho statement of Teddy Roosevelt, 10 Per Cent Reduction Although we are now 20 per cent, under present market prices, we are giving a 10 per cent, cash discount on everything in our line with the exception of field seed. This does not apply unless cash accompanies the order. No discount will be given where items are charged. -- , y -- I I 1 ri !(:' damn". Isn't worth a "tinker's There aro classes, the fruits of whoso the toll are not bringing one-ha- lf v- and price necessary to production, SJi power of many too, the purchasing T For Representative. products wo have in mind is materIRA JONES Arnold. compared with ially lessened when W. H. BAIZE Hartford. times not so far gone, duo to the fact ihat prices of the other follow arc For Circuit Clerk: still being held to a fictitious standard, a level which is not cither on FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2 (Incorporated) Fordsville. An optomist is ho level or square. V. A. MATTHEWS Beaver Dam. uvariably liked nnd sought after O. N. "STEWART .vhllo tho man with the hammer ,he pessimist is generally rhunned For County Judge: 't y everybody, but somehow, Hartford. MACK COOK :elp wishing that wo were over and' WINSON SMITH Select. beyond the coming six months or W. S. DEAN Dundee. more, with the employee manning an oar on the side opposite that of the For County Attorney. imployer and the boat gliding nicely, OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. s, leyond the eddies and KZSZUB out toward the deep and smooth n, waters. For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. o er" has already been met by the'pub-11- c out tho Country as has been noted j pear on tho streets without having Hartford. G. A. RALPH V. II. BAIZE IX RACE SEEKS SURRENDER ' apology of General Allen and that on tho death of some really great her hair entlroly hiding both tars, v B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. FOR REPRESENTATIVE iUn r...ncfnn nt nAr tnllirtT (nfllM- - Editorial Writers. Wo aro not ex- -, her fnce properly powdorod and CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. however, to bo "writ" about greased up In tho latest fashion. It's OF G Ci BERGDOLL ed by Neur cou,d b6 setued ,n anth- CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. very much, when wo go hence. Wado H. Baize, of Hartford, shies all right of course, it's none of our ur way. CICERO CROWDER Select. his hat In tho ring tor tho Republibusiness, besides If it takes veneer It is expected here- - that tho Ger- T. H. BLACK Hartford. can nomination for representative, as " If a bevy of somo of these latter-- . and varnish to "klver" imperfections, " iJUtCiUUICUL Mill tUIOm. IVJ VI4W rP o MALIN D. HEFLIN Centertown. may bo noted from the announceU. S. Requests uermany i release uut u ls also expectod that it day Belles, dressed In fashionable why, we simply say, lay it on sister, ment column. Mr. Balzo was rear-3-d will make somo counter-proposa- l, low necked waists, minus tho fur, j .. Deliver Deserter To For County Clerk: on a farm, and In earlier life The and skirts fully up to tho minute, ' which can not be anticipated. Gen. Allen ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver taught school, but for tho past sevWar Department records show that had dropped in on a congregation Dam. eral years has been engaged In the the men were instructed to look out on regular meeting day 40 years ago Bell's Run. 1SOM MITCHELL merchandise business, having removfor Bercdoll in the "American area of they would have been arrested for ' SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. Washington March 23. Germany operaUon and that thru somo mis-h- disorderly conduct, or maybe ed to this place from McHenry a few for dls- MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. years ago. House been asked by the United States take they crossed the frontier. Tho blilUAl.lj mil. II.. in..liln ...1..- v iil.l.r fUUWl nUiOllll. Tl... UUlkUiU ' 4 XJUb J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. Mr. Baize has proven himself a government to surrender Cleveland j entlre report ls now beforo Secretary has overcome custom and has been Painting E. G. BAURASS Hartford. safe business man, having been quite Bergdoll as a "deserter from the Am- -, Weeks, but has not yet been made a great uplift, oven to skirts, If not McHenry. M. F. CHUMLEY Inside and Out successful in his chosen line. He Is orlcan army" Into the Jurisdiction o' public. to the vision of wicked man. , JAMES A. TATE Hartford. honorable, trustworthy and safe, and MuJ. Gen. Henry Alien, commanding See me Jd. A. EMBRY Baizetown. would creditably fill tho position he American troops oh the Rhine. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Girls have to stop work some five This request is a renewal of the seeks at the hands of his party, and minutes beforo the men do, In order J. C. CASEBIER, demand heretofore made by General For Jnller: the people. All persons having claims against to get out of tho houso at the samo R. 2. t Alton that Bergdoll be surrendered. tho estate of W. R. or MARY E. time. This is due to the fnct that! Hartford, Ky. CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, CLEAR RUN. The German government pleaded at SHULTZ, deceased, aro hereby noti- no girl or old maid ls willing to ap- -j WORTH TIOHENOR Hartford. Jk A A AAA .1 the time that it could not consider fied to present same to mo, properly JOHN T. KING Hartford. Mr. Emniett Park has built anad-ditio- n the matter while the case involving proven, on or before Juno 1st, 1921, S. A. LEE Sunnydale. to his store house and will Bergdoll and ihi two army secret ser-- 'j or they will bo forever barred. HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY use the now. rooms as a dw lllng and vico men who attempted to klunnp ford R. F. D. No. 5. CHAS. W. SHULTZ, Adrar., to' fill both tho old him was In the local German courts. 38t3 Fellville, Ky. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, has planned rooms with groceries and dry goods. Tho intimat'on wan that tho Gorman Route 1. Mr. Lee Johnson, of 'Owensboro, government could assume Jerlsdlc-tlo- n McHenry Mr. C. A. Hudson is on tho sick, NATHANIEL HUDSON has moved his family and household of the cast only-- after the court list. goo.ds back to Mrs. Emma Hoover's had acted, which took place .yesterFor Tnv Commissioner J). E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. farm, where he resided before mov- day. O. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. ing to Owensboro. MaJ. Gen. Henry Allen, commander STRAY STREAKS Mr. C. T. Funk, of Eureka, Ind., ot the American forces on the Rhine, ItOY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. formerly ot this place, is moving has already asked the German gov(By Fluke McFluke.) back to the farm of Mrs. Eliza Han-le- ernment for tho release of Sergts. For Magistrate, (District No. 1) Carl Neuf and Fred ZImmer, it was Bob Walker says tho recent warm Edward Ellis, of Hcflin, is hauling learned today. Neut and ZImmer J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2. days havo brought the flshln worms for the Funk Bros. ties, (District No, 2.) were convicted by tho local court at mighty close to tho surface, and when i Wllburn Hoover has purchased a Mosbach yesterday. Neuf was sen!W. C. KNOTT Centertown. I new covered wagon and will do the tenced to fifteen months In Jail and ho gets tho water dogs fattened up (District No. 3) he's going to get a nice string et real ! hauling for his father's grocery. N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. ZImmer to six months on a charge of fish. Shelby Trogdon and wife went to "Illegal assumption of power." (District No. 4.) Owensboro this week to purchase JT. W. CHEEK Askins. Departments Aro Silent. One of thoso old tlmo, their furniture. Thoy will begin (District No, 6.) rustling, bustled skirts, tho Neither tho state nor the War Dehouse-keepiOn the farm of Mr. J. A. EDGE Dundeo. any formal sort that went swish, swish, swish ' BUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. Tom Hoover, ot near Barnott's partment would make comment on the situation. It was with every step, would attract more MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. Creek. high army officials, attention on the streets today, than a Mr. L. L. Trogdon has rented the learned from (Distrclt No. 7.) however, that General Allen hadbeen flock ot airplanes overhead, by about J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. farm belonging to Rev. R. E. Fuqua, instructed Immediately to require the one hundred . at this place. J. N. LOGSDON Roslne. In the event ot Thero will bo an exhibition at Clear release ot the men conviction. We saw Pen Hudson riding a real Run next Saturday evening. A large their Gonoral, Allen ls understood to have good looking swapping horse a few Holdups may stop us, back us up crowd is expected. request on the ground that days ago and to save us we couldn't jogalnst, a wall or a fence and go Is the one for you to buy for Beauty, Mr. Larkin Perdue, ot Tcnn., vis- made the through us, so to speak, but It they ited his parents, ot this place, since he has already apologized for the in- toll Just whether he was comjn, or trusion ot the two men on German gwlne, then too ho was facin' "Side-wiget anything "often" us, moro than our last writing. Quality and Service. they about halt the time and 'peared barlow knife, and a ja Mrs. Emma Hoover has returned soil; that ho has shown that tin watch thoy will bo quite welcome from Owonsboro, and will make her misunderstood their instructions and to be riding at right angles, but afcrossing Into Gor- ter careful inspection and close oblo tho loot. homo with her nephow, Leo Johnson. had no infentlon of man territory and that, as a matter servation, we finally dlsklvered ho of comity and good relation between was gwlne all tho time. LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Postmaster General Hays' DEALERS tho two governments, tho men could that real civil service is Tho recent death ot a Squib Writto bo extended, betterment of tho One black end tan gyp hound; one-ye- n bo turned back intohe Jurisdiction HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. r old, white spot on loft foro paw, of the United States. y er, "B. L. T." author ot tho column methods and system ot serving the "A Lino O'Type or Two" In tho Charge Already Met. people and that sound business prin- pure, English red bono, red too nails. ciples were to bo his chief aim In the Officials say tho charge against the 'Chicago Tribune, has caused almost FRED ROBERTSON, ot the postal affairs ot tho Ky. men of '"illegal assumption of pow- - as much comment In the Press thru- Hartford, conduct Wo aro authorized to announce tho candidacy of the following citizens, subject to the action of the Re-- publican party in the primary election August G, 1921: Adjustment that falls to adjust The T. J. Turley Co. OWENSBORO, KY. -- we-can- cross-current- nose-pectln- I 4M-.HHM-- - DO IT NOW? as i MiffiiJi()BBBlBJiBi y. i bolow-tho-shoo-t- ng , The George Delker Buggy se one-handl- ed ACTON BROTHERS ,...,'. " ' "fr ity i - W T Mrs. O. T. Durns, City, spent In Owensboro. (EOTi i t Easter Toggery '. Miss Hula King, City, wont to returning Owensboro Wednesday, yesterday aftornoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. T'npin have bo invitations to a denci, to at their homo tonight. COOPER BROS. I We We Are Prepared ,To Show You Lynn Cullcy, tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Barrett, City, Is .quito 111, and pneumonia is feared. BEAVER DAM, KY. take this opportunity to inform our customers, yho have been so loyal to us the past six years, that we have moved to the E.P.Barnes &Bro.,s building, where we have more room and are prepared to give you much better service than we have been giving you, and ask you for a continuance of your patronage. To the many customers of E, P. Barnes & Bro., we, kindly ask you to come and look at our line of merchandise before placing your business with any one else. We know that we can supply your needs as well as any one in the county. We would certainly appreciate your ing in to take a look. We have a complete line of merchandise, consisting of Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to-Weand a full line of Furniture. Miss Mary Beeler has charge of our Millinery Department. She will be delighted to show you the nice selections she has made. We have the most complete line of Millinery that? has ever been shown in Beaver Dam. Again we thank you for your patronage, and hope for a continuance of same. ar . Y Prof. Henry Loach, City, arrived, home Wednesday night from Lexington, whero ho had spent a few days. Mr. L. L. Patterson, of Pt. Pleasant who Is suffering from a severe para lytic stroke Is very low, and his SPRING COATS at $12:50, $18.50 $25.00, $35.00 COAT SUITS at $15, $19.50, $25.00 $30.00, $35.00 SILK DRESSES at $10, $12.95, $15.95, $20, $25 -, death is expected at any time. j HI BLOUSES at $3.95, $5.95, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00 SILK & LISLE HOSE at 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.50 KID & SILK GLOVES at 50c, $1, 1.50, $2.50, $3.50 SLIPPERS at $3.50, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50 NEW COLLARS at 50, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 RIBBONS at 25c, 50c, 75c, 99c. -- Start your littlo chickens off on Pratt's Buttermilk Baby Chick Food and bo assured of raising them. For salo by WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 39t2 Mr. lyid Mrs. Honderson Murphreo in of Owensboro, spent theweek-en- d Hartford, gluts of Mr Murphree's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan PURSES at 50c, $1.00 $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 LADIES' HATS at $3.50, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00 s Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscqr Bishop rcturn-edla- st Saturday from Corbln, where Mrs. Blshop.had spent a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hocker. C. E. Commonwealth's Attorney Smith returned Wednesday from, Calhoun, where ho had been since Monday In attendance of the McLean Circuit Court. u . i. ;1 These are only a few of the many things that will add to your Easter appearance. Call and we will do the rest. price of Eastman A big cut Kodaks. Now Is tho time to make '38t2 Uio best pictures. J. B. TAPPAN, Jeweler.. Hartford, Ky, in-tho a IRGb, The Hartrord FRIDAY Wo havo a full lino of New 'Perfection Oil Cook, Stoves on display. Tho stoves that satisfy tho entire 37t2 family. ACTON BROS. Miss Martha Pato, HInton Leach and Powell Tlchenor, students of K. S. U., Lexington, arrived here Wednesday night, to spend the Easter holidays "with their parents. COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. : Mr. Jesse Hoover has purchased, tho residence of A. C." Acton, on Clay Street, and, 'will move into same at an early date. Mr. L. S. Igleheart will' return to night from Louisville, where ho has been on a business errand for Car , Kepublican MARCH 25 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Dr. J. O. Albln, Roslne, was In town Monday. ". ' - Corn and Timothy hay for sale. O. T. BURNS. 39t4 ' In x ,t I Mr. A. M. Smith, of McIIonry, was Hartford Wednesday. Wo havo LImo, Plaster and Cement 38t4 " ' W. B. ELLIS & BRO. for sale. You who aro In need of a now Rug should see our line beforo buying. We have a very attractlvo .lino of Axmlnisters and Tapestries. ' Seed potatoes a'nu onion sots, in ACTON" BROS. . 37t2 niinnlW " ATnI nn 37t: "" Charlie Kiig, after spending some Dr. J. R. Pirtlopent Saturday and time here wltn.his parents, mV. TuesSunday with relatives day for Metropolis, 111., whore he has accepted employment us linotype op& Bro for nU kInds Sco w E erator on a paper of that place. of Oliver and Vulcan chilled plows. ' " Have your corn meal made at AC Mrs. John Dell and children, City, TON BROS. Get your own corn spent last week end with 'relatives In ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. Ex Ccntortown. change meal for corn any day. H. D. ESTES, Miller. 33tf Seo us for all kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. Mr. Gregory G. Wedding, traveling ToW. B. ELLIS & DRO. salesman with tho Axton-Fishin bacco Co., Bpent the, week-en- d Mr. Fritz J. Jenny, who spent the Hartford, the guest of his father, winter In Florida, returned to .his Judge R. R. Wedding and Mrs. homo at Matanzas, last Saturday. T" son & Company, W. H. Barnes and Stephenson, City .re turned yesterday from Louisville, where they had been since Tuesday. Judge and Mrs. - Miss Mildred- er Mr. Alec Carson, of Nocreek, who has beenvseriously. Ill for some time, was no better late yesterday after noon, In fact it was thought that his condition was slightly worse. L Shorrell, tho small son of Mr. ahd Food raises every good chicle. It Mrs. Luther Leach, City, who has won't prevent losses from accident, been 111 for some time, while still but it does prevent death from 'diquite sick, is Improving. gestive troubles and tho more common chick disorders which are so ofMrs. R.I. Gillespie, City, will go ten duo to improper feeding. Mall to Leltchfleld tomorrow, to spend a orders given prompt attention. week with her daughter, Mrs. Bcatty "Your money back if you are' not Hancock and Mr. Hancock, x satisfied. 39t2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Mr. John A. Johnson, with Bond .Bros Tie & Lumber Co., located near NOTICE Somniervllle, Alaspent from Saturday to Tuesday with his family and alBO arranged for the shipment of- - a Four good work "horses for salo. sawmill outfit to the Alabama country Worked every day through tho wiit ter. Tough readr for farm work. while here. R. L. DEVER, Price reasonable. Hartford, Ky. Pratt's Buttermilk Baby Chick 38tf tf" I i Wo 'hayo field fence, rabbit and Messrs. Warren Rich and J. O. Wal- poultry fenco, and barbed wlro fence. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. lace, Central City, wero In Hartford I yesterday. .'. Miss Elizabeth Moore, City, spent '"Highest Cash Pries' paid for eggs last Friday and Saturday in Owens-borvisiting friends and shopping. and poultry. , W. E. ELLIS & DKU. Mr. and Mrs. Levi O Coleman, of Mrs.Stop Sosh, City, attended tho Peora,. 111., announce tho birth of at Sebroe, tholr son, Bruco Sutton, on March funeral of hpr grand-chil"v 18th.' last Friday: d, o, Mr. McDowell A; Foglo, City, went to Indianapolis, Ind Tuesday, whero he will remain with his father, Judge J. B. Fogle, and sister, Mrs. T. B. Pctrle' nnd family, until tho first of next week. Dr. E."B. Pendleton and daughter, For International No. '8, low, Corn Miss Bmille Henderson, .went to Seo King Manuro Spreaders W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Loulsvlllo Tuesday, returning 36U Mr. and Mrs. E, E. Blrkhead went to Qtfensboro Wednesday, returning Mr. Sam week-en- d ' T.Barnett, City, spent that afternoon, '; in Central City, the last guest of Mr. Orion Wallace and Mrs. i Miss Leila, Glenn,, of the Central City High School, spent the, week end Squlro Leslie ' Combs, and Leslie with her parents, Judge and Mrs. J, Hoover of noar town, went to Ow- S., Olenn. ensboro Wednesday. and Misses Kathleen Tlchenor Jams S. C. White Leghorns the Why pay moro when you can buy Ernestine Ralph, City, spent last egg machines. Flock headed, by week-enat Broadway, the guests of "Fearrls'-- ' strain cocks. Eggs 2.00 Leonard's Bulk Garden Seed at per 15; 6.00 per 60; ? 10.00 per 100. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. Dr. and Mrs. Willard Luke. 39t2 MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, Messrs. Wm. Fair, R. R. Riley and Centertown, Ky. Wo havo tho International (OsEmily Fair and J. C. children, tried, and borne) Diso Harrows, 36U spent Sunday In Llvermore, guests, Tho Rnnlnr Class of Hartford right. of Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas. HlKh School' will present the play ELLIS & BRO. W. E. "The Dear Boy Graduates" Thursday ' EGGS FOR SALE Pure White ovenlng, xMarch 31, Reserved seats M. Crowo and son Judge C. wont to Louisville. Wednesday. Plymouth 'Rooks, fl per setting of 15. will be on sale aLtho'Ohlov County pply f, E?.BRUNER, Pres. Drug Co's. store on that date. They also went to Shelbyvllle, while WhlteRock Club, Hartford. 34tt .1 . gone After the snow Is gone and the sun Mr, and Mrs. T. P, Carson, of Tom-noll- n, comes out, we begin to think of gar STOCK FORk8ALB One Miss., 'came up Sunday to bo dons, so we havo prepared to furnish Polled Durham Bull, a few with Mr Carson's father, Mr. Alec you with garden seed, of all kinds and cows. Also ono mare. v TvnAnNAr & RON. Carson, of Nocreek, who had suffer- )ur Speciality, LENORD'S bulk seeds. .WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. '39t2p 37t3 Hartford. R. No. 2. ed a serious relapse. We aro prepared tp fill all ordors Wallace. oe us for your'noetis. for fertilizer! 38tf W, E. ELLIS & BRO. Misses Lourene Collins, Greenville, Kenendy and Mary Warreti Collins, of LoulBvlllo, are expected to arrlvn . Stato Evangelist E. L. Howerton, here tomorrow, to spend a few days Central City, accompanied Rov. R. E. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs R. Fuqua to his Prentiss and Cool T; Collins. Springs appointments Saturday and Sunday, filling the pulpit at those Mr Wn Savage, new pastor, will points in room of Rev.' Fuqua. Rev. preach- at the local Christian Church, Howerton la assisting In tho Baptist Sunday morning and evening. His Seventy-fiv- e million campaign. subject for the morning will be "The The public is corCommunion." "Mrs. S. T. Barnett, City, went to dially invited to attend. Central City tho first of this week to yislt her son, Mr. J. O. Wallace Messrs. J. A. Bellamy, of Dean-tlel- d and Mrs. Wallace ond was called from and V. C. Hocktr, of Benver that place to Hanson, Hopkins CounDam, wore In town Monday, at. end- ty on account of the serious Illness of ing a mooting of thu Ohio County hej; niece, Mrs. Florence Jackson, Board of Dr.ilnago Commissioners, of who Is very low with appendicitis. which they are members. ' Circuit Court Clerk, A. C. Porfer, has' purchased the residence property on Frederica Street, of Mif John Bell. Mr. Bell, In turn, purchased tho. residence known as tho Griffin property, opposite the College, of Mr. George Johnson. BIG TIME Everybody Come to The ANNUAL SENIOR PLAY N Entitled COT! r i ne uear ooy Graduates" At the High School d The Civic Welfare Com,mIttee is deslrlous of procuring a suitable place or places for tho purpose of dumping garbage, Any person having a lot or other convenient place, where ditches or washed places exist, needing filling, will please call Mrs. Mrs ROWAN HOLBROOK, over either phone. SETTING KGGS FOR SALE Bar- Auditorium s Thursday, Mar. 31 At 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION: red Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, pure stock; eggs, 16 for $1.00; for $6.00, My 60, for $3.00; 100 stock Is as good as any in tho county. Also agent for the Buckeye Incubator and Brooder Co. A, J. WILLIAMS,. Call WILLIATitS" & TAY LOR, Hartford, Ky. Both phones. 36tf Satisfaction guaranteed. . Reserved Seats 35c; v , General Admission 25c. -- WBWtt.uM WJ9fm.JkMM.iM iu!,4i.ZK3,irttf&&rmTM: FARM DEPARTMENT. Bliicstonc-Llm- c pj W. HOiUXfl, n well-to-d- o Kiiiimis fanner, Kit) ho lias gained twenty pound and is in er and tho entomologist to tako a "Wheat Smut IiOsscs. by stinking smut In hand In tho fight on the slro of tho Losses caused wheat California wore reduced to nbout 2 good bugs and sprinkle tho things . .. i .,n tn n.R4o.- - with tobacco extract and such nnn ..i.qhnla In 1920 by treating seed This will help but will not get them method. Tho all. i.w im liliipiirnfi-llm- o Doth stato and nation aro watching Stato CollegV-- " of Agrlculturo estislinking smut has caused this pesky Immigrant, for If somemates that check him ho may travJosses ranclng from 400,000 to 600,-00- 0 thing doesn't 1918 tho el on Into Oklahoma and Kansas and annually. la bushels himself In tho wholo Missisi? lvVZ, Hptfe. ':BBBB loss was estimated at 5.8 per cent establish sippi basin, destroying whent worth crop. of tho total growers all County agents In 1918 began ad- many millions. Wheat along tho lino will bo kept advised of demonstrating tho vising and treatment for tho control his baneful progress. of this smut as recommonded by tho TO CHICAGO United States Department of Agri- FREE TIUI ron 1021 club winnehs treatments brought culture. Theso such encouraging results that seed Free Lexington, Ky., Mar., 19 treatment has slnco become quite Chicago cencral. In 1920 losses wcro reduc trlns to tho 1921Exposition Interna will be tional Livestock ed to about 200,000 bushels. It Is provided for the Kentucky club chamconservatively estimated, on the ba pions in poultry and dairy calf grow-In- c sis of J1.50 por bushel for wheat, of a through the that demonstrations on wheat-smcounty agents in Chicago packing houso, according to control given by tho which has just announcement "Slnco Tnnlac has overcome my California resulted In a saving of an of that been mado by C. W. Buckler of tho troubles I have gained twenty pounds $200,000 for tho farmers Kentucky State College of Agricul- in weight and am in better general Stato last year. ture and leader of Junior club work. health than for years past," was the oth- straight-forwar- d statement made a Atmospheric conditions In homes, It Is probable that free trips for er champions will bo provided, Mr. few days ago by II. W. Boring, a say specialists of tho United States prominent and well-to-farmer liv Department of Agriculture, aro fre- Buckler said. Any Kentucky boy or girl can en ing nt Overland Park, Kans. as they not maintained quently by getting In touch "During tho two shears I suffered should be. Houses aro often ovor- - ter tho contest with Mr. Buckler, tho county club I tried everything I knew of to cet "heated. In most cases practically no county thought is given to humidity, or air leader or the agent. farm or homo relief, but nothing seemed to reach Tho only re my case until I tried Tanlac. My demonstration moistening. Physicians Insist that an trip appetite was poor and my digestion Is unhealthy, and quirement for those making the overheated houso Is that they prepare a brief story of was so bad I could hardly retain my that colds, sore throats, coughs, and their experiences while at the show. food. Nothing seemed to agree with tho tendency to be nervous and fever-.ls- h P9' "me; in fact I was almost a confirmed may be attributed to continually Why Colds Aro Dangerous. molst--ur- c dyspeptic. My whole system seem'"rl,reathlng air having too little ed to be out of shape I would have in it. You are often told to "beware of a pains across tho small of my back so cold," but why? We will tell you. to Exhib- r .. (inltl ifnnl'nno tVio. IlinCd tnl' bad at times I could hardly move Purebred Associations Plan it Stock. ers the vitality and paves tho way for ar"".Vnerves were associa"My all unstrung and k Two pure-bre- d tho more serious diseases. People were organized last year In who contract pneumonia first tako I would become upset at the least tions Steuben County, Ind. according to a cold. The longer a cold hangs uu, little thing. I seldom slept well at report received from county agent T. the greater the danger, especially night and finally became so weak and Den that I lost weight rapidly A. Parker by the United States from the germ diseases, as a cold pre partment of Agriculture. The asso- lares the system for the reception and I was also troubled a great deal with ciations plan to make exhibits attne development of the grms of consump catarrh and of mornings had to spend county fair to stimulate interest in tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever and a half hour or more clearing up my animals, and then conduct whooping cough. Tho quicker you head. well-bre- d 'This is just the condition I was in cooperative public sales. One asso- get rid of your cold, the less tho danciation is composed of Duroc and tho ger of contracting one of theso di when i began taking Tanlac and it o nthir of Hampshire breeders. One seases. Chamberlains Cough Heme- certainly has been a blessing to nle. Hogs, in just seemed to be made especially PREPARING FOR WAR WITH tT. S? aJ. reputatjon as a cure It treeder of Chester White a . depen(lcd uponi for my case. I improved from the order to establish some of tho uojs, given five excellent gilts to as It is pleasant to take. Tho Aeroplane, a London publim first. My digestion now is perfect has and regardless of 'what I eat I nev-- cation, devotes n special article to the understanding many boys, with any gilt suffer any bad prospective war between tho United that they will return to him litter. HENRY CLAY'S PHYSICIAN "The pains across my back have States and Japan, which Is prophesied the first IS NOW 103 YEARS OLD he may choose from entirely disappeared. The catarrh for 1921, when tho Japanose will be has left me, too, and my head Is per ready. It is assorted that the JapanBetter Bulls. Pay Less For Breckenrldge, Mo., March 19. connec-- " Henry Clay's physician, Dr. Joseph fectly clear. I am no longer nervous ese expect it to bo a war in the air A survey recently mado in Better Singer Halstead, had jU3t celebrated and rest well at night. I have re and are preparing a strong aerial tlon with the "Better Sires by the his one hundred and third birthday. gained my lost weight and am feeling force. The Japaneso military comcampaign carried on Stock" Department of Agrl- One hundred and threo roses the bettor and stronger than I haye In mission in Europe is said to have United States 1 in purchased 300 French airplanes and gift 'of every man, woman and child years. I am going to keep Tanlac culturo shows a general latio of liandy at all to have engaged a number of able ofcows. Experience, fjU T).AnltnnwUfTn Itfni-- - Yi t it t 1...H I" nvorv 1S.9 w ww.r UUU j CUACU1 iUU -- 1.jwv, tn my houso so it will be times." ficers from tho English royal navy however, In Pennsylvania, w.o the aged docton Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. air squadron as Instructors. Tho which leads In the number of bull Dr Halstead and his wife, who is associations, shows that j uuus am 93, aro both still halo and hearty, L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by B. T. writer thinks that England's treaty belongby"S. J. Tich-ono- r, with Japan could not force her to sufficient for the 5.G04 cows associations, and held open house for hundreds of Taylor, Jr. ; In McHenry and in Rockport by R. E. Her. take sides against the United States. of the bull of tho ing to members their friends from this section w Advertisement. will stir up a'war or an average of about 1 bull stato all day who came to congratuThe every CO cows. These figures are late the venerable doctor and to view If they possibly can. for dlrec-tnr- v taken from tho tho many Henry Clay relics owned rpe.entlv Issued by the Dairy by him. XEW REVOLUTION' IS Division United States Department of ( Dr. Halstead lived and practised STARTED IX MEXICO A For Infants and Children. !..!,,., medlcino in Kentucky during thei If the members of these associa- height of Clay's career. In I860 ho In Use For Over Years El Pasco, Tex., March 19. Press dispatches from Las Notlclas, a newstions owned their bulls Individually, moved to Breckonrldge and purchas- Always bears farm on the outskirts the paper printed In Mexico City, receivat tho usual ratio of 1 bull for every ed a 240-acSignature 18.9 cows, they would need 29C bulls of the city, which he still owns. ed in El Pasco today, tell of the forIIAh.I T nnn linnat nf ntltt Hlltlf? instead of 93. Yet the 93 bulls give mation of a revolution in Mexico as Dr. Halstead hoaded by Luis Cabrera "th6 man tho required service as effectively be- - thQt few otnera can DEER IN MIXXESOTA. sayg ,.Tnat l8( tnat j am the fourth 296 would do, and In fact better, with tho brains behind Carranza's offspring are bet- - tQ Qwn t,l(g farm The flrst waB th0 causo the resulting governpient' and his brother, Alfonwhite-taile- d Next to tho moose, the Bohillas, ter. The association bulls aro of bet- kng of Spajn Tno next was Nap0. so Cabrera, and Ignacio deor the "most Interesting big former representatives of Mexico to ter quality than the ordinary run .-oi Jeon Bonaparte( and the third tho game arethe state forest. of uwucu. mm cima nrivmeiv States. United States." years ago this the United About twenty-fiv- e daughters are apt to be The Halsteads were married in The dispatch said the brothers had by moose and region was inhabited cows. 1852. Mrs. Halstead was the belle put up 8,000,000 pesos to flnanco the boon Even this does not tell tho wholo of one of the first families in Ken- caribou, but since tho deer have movement, which was started in the southerly story. After an Individually owned tucky and the niece of Charles A. crowded out of their more principally of Puobla, numerous, mountains alro has been used for about two Wyckllffe twice governor of the state. range, and wolves are less In north- among the Indians. General Gabriel they have become plentiful years it is usually necessary to get a Eight children and fifty-eigalso is mentioned in tho dispatches eastern Minnesota. new one. In eight years, therefon, grandchildren, helping to provide the money for wary and timid, are as Deer, although were these Pennsylvania farmers, if they and the plot. It Is reported that the summer owned their hulls separately, would among those present at the birthday exceedingly curious. Last hope to mako Luis Cabrera my lady and I wero somewhat puz- rebels provide themselves with four celebration. Jiavo to President. zled by mysterious noises, which we times 296 bulls, or 1.184; whereas in heard now and then In the thicket of at the end of two HERE'S HOW CHINESE tho bull associations HALT NEAT SCHEME PUNISH PROFITEERS tho original forest. My lady sugyears they simply move each bull to gested prowling Indians, wolves and another block. Tho original 93 bulls, It has for some timo been the pracShanghai, China, March 19. Chi- bears, falling trees. One evening at they all llvo and do well, can be it tice of Detrolters planning a trip used for the whole eight years. namen ringing a bell parades streets dusk, after we had heard the noises South or West to bo to Windsor, Tbero Is quite a difference between hero. Ho carries a bannor that says, for two or three days, we learned Canada, to purchase their tickets, A tho cost of 93 bulls and that of' 1,184, "Misery! Misery! I have been found more about the maker of them. thereby getting a considerable advantato say nothing of the difference in guilty of charging dishonest and ex- large buck, with antlers like branches ge-in the rate of exchange. Ticket of tree against the lake, was furorbitant prices for meats." their usefulness. that-suc- h tickets scouting behind our cook tent. agents now rcqulrq That's the Chinese method of deal- tively The members of bull associations be paid for In Amerlcan'monoy or in pay less and always re- ing with profiteers and thieves. Be- - Now he glanced nervously at the sometimes Canadian nionoy plus the rate of exceive more for their money than cow tnra pnlnf? tn lull thev haVO to na- - cabin, from which showed the light change. o Now he rado in their home and business of the logs in tho owners who go it alone. neighborhoods advertising their sins came to tho wooden walk leading to ALUMINUM PRODUCTION Soldiers stand euard and beat cul tho dock. Just beyond it our canoe GREEX BUG COMIXG. warning has been issued broad- prlts with bamboo switches it they was turned over, The sight of theso A Tho value of primary aluminum things was to much for tho nerves of cast by tho government that tho per- try to sneak. a wild deer. Ho faltored, then turn- produced In the United States in "green bug" has appeared in nicious counBEARD. IIAD NINE-FOO- T ed back, walked Into tho lake, swam 1920, according to reports receivBroat numbers in halt a dozen around the dock and vanished Into ed by the U. S. Geological Survey, Deties In Texas whero winter wheat is Chicago, March 19. Conrad Bock, tho timber a hundred yards beyond. partment of the Interior, was weather conjaised. and that if mlltl as compared with ?38,558.-00- 0 nine-foboard, is dead However, we had nover fired a gun tinues to prevail, aided by careless- a he of tho In 1919. This increase of apHo was 76. Ho had never touched of any kind near the cabin and he likely to eat up ness, the. bug Is next day I proximately 7 per cent shows n groat deal of our bread before it Is his beard with shears or razor since had not boen alarmed, andmaplo t moro normal operations and well ho was 25. It measures nine feet found a bush of moose raised. bugs that eat tho four inches. Beck, a carpenter, kept cropped near tho place whore he had Indicates what may bo expected in There are other In- the future The market prices thru-olanded. green bug, but it bo gets a good start his beard rolled up and tucked It the year bavo been nearly con Mooso utter a kind of short bellow po grows too fast for their stomachs. sido his shirt when at work. ut do live-stocrun-dowor after-effects.' ' CI Tl M war-monge- rs Treatment Reduces That makes It necessary for tho farm- better seuernl health thnn ho has been lu jxnrs,slncc taking Tnnlac. "during the mating season. Deer, I bollovo aro nlways silent, excopt that tho bucks glvo n warning sound, generally called a whlstlo or snort, which however, sounds very much like the sharp blowing of steam out of a small pipe. If you hear tho buck's whistle at night unexpectedly, whllo you nro walking alone on a dark wild trail, it will probably glvo you tho creops and mako your hair stand up. I confess that it had that effect on me, although I know perfectly well what tho sound meant and who mado It. Tho first time I heard It a friend had fired at n brown fern leaf in tho be lief thnt It was a deer. Tho echo of tho shot had not died nwny, when something splashed and rushed from a nearby meadow Into the timber, and then camo, like a chnllenge, tho whistling snort of a big buck. Sov-ertimes it was ropeated; and for about ten minutes wo could hear the challenger boat about and stamp his feet In tho brush. However, ho was wlso enough not to show his tawny coat to tho gunner, and I was glad that tho laugh was on tho hunter. Tho mooso has hardly any tall at all, but tho doer does crary a short whlto tall, which Is raised like a flag when tho nnlmal bounds away over stumps and brush. Have you over thought what becomes of tho horns which mooso and deer drop ovory winter? It is sel dom that one finds a perfect speci men. Tho fact is most of them are literally eaten up. By whom? By porjyiplnes squirrels and wild mice. Just what attracts them to this strango diet I have never been able to explain. Deer are dainty browsers. They nin a bit here and there. They like the pea vines and the red hips of tho wild rosc3 and the bearded lichens that hang in" gray festoons from spruces and tamaracks. In winter, when tho snow Is deep, both moose and deer often suffer pangs of hun-- g r; and at such times they will browse on anything within reach. The timo of greatest danger for moose and deer occurs when the snow hos formed a crust strong enough to hold the wolves, but not strong enough to hold the heavier moose and deer. At such times hundreds 61 fine animals aro killed Our Dumb Animals. al DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT., R. W. Black, Owensboto. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. Otto .0. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trusteo Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Judge REAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W.JT. MoKennar. Clork R. W. King". Pollco Judge J. Wu Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovens. FORDSVILLR. " Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Hartford. i 1st Monday In March IS days Clork Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Polled Judgo C. P. Kesfllngex. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. days 1st Mouday in July 1 Com'th. and Civil. IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In Novcmbor 11 days County Board of Education E. 8. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Moots first Monday In each month. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lako, Fordsville County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Blankenahlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dun-d- ec Clerk W. C. Bhcrlir S. A. Bratchor. S. Howard. Superintendent- -. Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno'. Jntlcr Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Slovens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxloy. Div. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. ' , FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. Meets flrst Tuesday in April and Mrs. Birdlo MIdklff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed, Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear er Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Rowo, Center- Common School Diploma May 14 town. nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dnim Oth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - and Fordsvlllo.. town. ,May 21 and 22 County Teachers Oth District W. S. DsanT Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). May 28 and 29 County Tenchors 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Rhoados, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 6. Juno IS and 19 County and Stato Tenchors' Examination at Fordsvlllo, HARTFORD. (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 26 County nnd State Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Harfford, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebicr. Sept. 17 and 18 County nnd Statoi Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sppt. 24 and 25 County and StatoClork N. II. Bratchor. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, L. Fulkorson. Pollco Judgo--(Colored) Marshal Ed. J. Bratchor. S. - Every Woman IVnnfErJ KBM,'ftilll,t! auMaMULyjAYiiJM'ii I iDi(o!vel tn water for douches itop ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. jFinkhnpi Med. Co, for ten year. I A healing wcnJcr for oaml catarrh, sore throat and tore eye Economical. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE r vf A Safe Old w Mothers trj use Ffo r iii Hit ciirandiiury clusrisa J nmrickM prwtf. Sushis Flea. 50c. 3 dmttuti, of pourac ly V,mn. ThPitonToilriCcnipnT.Boloti.MM. t vermira ge For the Children Remedy Fashioned for Worms o teat!-moni- al Seventy .fivcyearscontin-uoutusis the best -- FREY'S VERMIFUGE sstess Sea 63 . CASTOR IA re -- 'W$ 30 Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and femalo .veaknesse" they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. Bitto &y can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. JOcabomeatjrourdrustirt'aor tcneral store; or if your dealer can't uppiyyou.eendhitnerne and 30c in aiarnna and weU send you a bottle promptly. E. & S. FREY. Baltimore, (hi Ova ill. .M 9 m" I I It is the best medicine ever over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE old WILL YOO. TAKE OUR ..-- better-produci- stant, ranging from 32 to 33 cents a pound. During 1921 tho aluminum, industry will no doubt contlnuo to grow, for tho South American deposits of bauxite, tho ore of aluminum, aro now yielding a regular output, the: domestic deposits aro being GERMINAL REMEDY Hka1 ilWf yr help yea It coats you aoifclai. A Trealitenl WEAK: (Of LUNGS or CONSUMPTION ht worked more advantageously and tho aluminum plants in North Carolina A quick relief for that tired, run down feellnr. and Tennessee are producing moro coughs, palps ia cheit. nlibt sweat!, hemor. I rhaeei, weak luon or coniumptloo. If It metal from year to year. FOR.ONE MONTH dos-bs- m o GEIIMAN HOATS AHE PUT IN COMMISSION The biggest ship in tho world, tho Dlsmark, has been purchased from the reparations commission by the English White Star line and will be operated under the name of tho Majestic. Tho Invperator, another great Gorman vessel has boen purchasd by tho Cunard line from the British government. Doth boats will bo used as ships. The Dlsmark was not completed at tho outbreak of the war and much of Its machinery wns taken out for other craft. Tho Leviathan, which is an elophant on Uncle Sam's hands, is about 54,000 tons, und the Imperator Is the same slzo. 58,000-to- n trans-Atlantic OHIO MEDICAL CO, ucf o USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Livtr the Troubles ol Constipation. , pas-seng- or fire-plac- $41,-375,0- 00 ot ro-tu- rn ut Feel.rlght all the time. Don't by from work for days by taking calomei keeps ytX when pleasant LloVtr-La- x on your feet, while relieving y our troubj le. Safer too, and easy to tike. Dortl take anything else. You can't afford Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A nat GERMAN CAR AT SHOW. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. win bo long before perman automobile to completely displace calomel in ever) The first bo shown in this country slnco 1914 home.'; Children can take it freely sn Is on view at tho Doston automobile with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and SI in bottles None show this wook. It Is the Mercedes, genuine without the likencsa and sign highest automotlvo iuro of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by considered tho product of Germany. llfcrtfgff- a I. , 3BLLIA3U. it ax I . J". I FINOS JIM DAVIS IS EARLY RISER New Secretary of Labor Has x Not Formulated His . passod favorably on tho cchomit to rpn form tho now state, of which &pokano IjUITIITIlKIjl" lli -I would bo tho capital. Northern and Southern Idaho nro WITH HOOVER GUIDE separated by a high range of mountains and this would be tho southern ' boundary of tho stato of Lincoln if, Cooperation With And Stim ' it Is formed. rnuiirnrr nrnir 444444444444444444444444444444 rt - ' Policies. 19.-r-"- For hoarseness, Inflarned'lungs or Irritating coughsjj Ballard's Hore-- i hound Syrup Is a hoaling balm. It ulation of Industries Is His Chief Aim. Co-ope- ra GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we I t , 1 J does Its work quickly and thoroughly. Washington, March Washington, March' 21 olght Prlco 25c, 50c and $1.00 por bottle. hour law for mo, personally!" tlon botweon tho government and in' Sofd by Ohio County Drug Co. m James John Davis said It, with a dustry to tho end of enhanced pro breezy smile, ns ho swung around at KILAUKA SPOUTS duction and losscned unemployment tho Mg mahogany desk of tho secreRIVER OF LAVA is tho first policy proposed by Herbert tary of labor. Hoover, Secretary of Commerce He "It's after G now. I was down Illlo, T. H., March 19. Tho vol- Bays: "Tho Department of Commercd hero at 7 this morning with a stack cano of Kllausca is overflowing from deof stuff that high (14 Inches) In tho pit of Halemaumau. All of tho should bo in tho widest senso a front of mo to wado thru. I beat tho trails in the old crator bottom havo partment of servlco to tho commorco olevntor man, and had to walk up been destroyed. and Industry, of tho country. It is those sovon flights of concrete. Good Flvo flows aro running north,) not a department for tho regulation exorciso at that. No golf needed south and west and a fountain of la- - cf trado and industry. In order to do "This Is Ed Honnlng, the now as- va, tho largest in tho volcano's his servlco to tho greatest advantage I sistant secretary, you know. I had tory, is spouting high, surrounded by wish to establish a wider and bettor to havo somebody I could talk things hundreds of other fountains. The organized with tho trado over with. So I wired Ed to como on. lava lake roso eighty feet in eight and commercial associations, and will "Wo discuss problems at tho hotol hours. The main flow Is running at In a Bliort time present somo plans to (tho Shoreham) evenings till ll.or 12 tho rate of forty miles an hour. Tho this ond. I want to see our efforts o'clock and then get down hsro bright outburst is believed by scientists to to push forolgn commerce moro closely related to our industries. This and early to drive thru tho day's bu- bo duo to an equinoctial change sort of enlarged activity Is within tho siness. Tho eruption started just as a "But Ed was lato today; didn't ar-rl- group of the members of tho Chica- original purpose of tho Department, till 7: 45. At that, ho beat all go Athletic Club arrived hero from, and requires neither legislation nor This is no tho rest of them around hero. San Francisco on tho steamer Hawk-cy- o burden upon, taxpayers. tlmo to ask for appropriations to unTwo Joiners. State. dertake now work. It Is the time1 to "Yes, Ed's a Joiner, too. Ho search for economy, nnd reorganiza to twonty-tw- o lodges. Thoy onMASTEIt COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tlon, for ctfectivo expenditure on esly credit mo with oightcon, but its sentials, tho reduction of really moro than that." Ohio Circuit Court. and tho elimination of duplicaHonnlng, llko his chief, Is stout, Iona Allco Swain, Plaintiff. vs. Notice of sale. . tion. only moro so. 13 ut much smaller, a M. "Outside of voluntary measures, rough and ready pocket edition who C. By Swain, Defendant. vktuo of a judgment and order hailB from San Diego, Cal. Ho has of Bale of tho Ohio Circuit Court ren- the only immediate extension of serbeen closely associated with Davis In dered at Its March, 1921 term, direct- vlco lies In securing greater lntornal ing mo as commissioner of said court offeciency in which I am certain all promoting tho Mooso fraternity. prophereinafter "Policies?" queried Secretary Dav- to soil thotho purpose described tho tho bureaus Join. The future of tho of paying erty for Department in Its abilities to meet is. "Woll, Ive been too busy getting costs of tho above styled action, tho hang of this now job to havo any with tho cost of this sale, and tho" needs of our industries and trade yet officially. Here's something I dividing the remainder of tho pro must await the thorough reorganiza the gave to a paper in Pittsburg, my homo ceeds among offer parties entitled tion of tho whole executive- - machine I will for sale nt pubtown, just boforo I camo down heroa thoreto, to the highest and best bid- - fry, now being vigorously undertaklic outcry dor, at tho Court Houso door In Hart- en by Congress. Tho need of It, It exactly oxprcsses my idoas: "Employer and employo havo their ford Kentucky, on Monday, April 4, both in economy and to secure more day of a definite purpose In government de INCORPORATED 1921, duties, each to tho other, and both regular (it being tho first term of the Ohio County to tho public', as well as their respec- Court) at about the hour of ond partments, docs not need demonstra tive rights. I will endeavor to o'clock P. M on a credit of six and tion. de"The great economic difficulties proper recognition from both of twelve months, the following scribed real estate lying and being In that wo inherit from the war aro obtholr duties as woll as their rights. Ohio County Kentucky, anu uouna vious enough that thoy emphasize the Whatever" I do, I'll play the game nil ns follows: straight, and expect others to do likeLot. No. 1. Being known ns Lot necessity ot belter governmental ma4 3 in Centertown, Ohio County, Ken chinery to assist in their solution. wise." tucky, on tho south side or unurcn Tholr final remedy must rest on the If either capital or labor can get strnnt nnd bounded as follows: tomobllo may be hired for $5 an hour! three times. In tho elctlon subse- .any nourishment from that, thoy Beginning at a stone on the east intiativo of our own pcpple tho rato ONE HAREM LEFT but all these prices fail to take Into Quent to tho war several Democrats. of recovery can be1 expedited by greatshould clip It out and savo it. side of Church Street; thence S. IN TURK CAPITAL consideration tips which are abnor- wore defeated on the ground In tho community and feet to a stone; thenco E. 150 feet er Sumo Questions. that thoy N. feet to a to a stono; mally high. d nau heen "Congressional For that Is all Secrotary Davis has stone: thencothence150 feet to a stono with tho community by the slackers." W. Though. Somo Llko New York, Chicago, Paris But in that Congress Ricketts never this Department nnd the Women Emancipated to say about tho big Industrial prob- nnd a parcel of land adjoining this Cling to Veils, Hido and many of the other large cities of missed the call. Each timo ho was lems. He Is smilingly noncommittal lot and used as a part of it, begin- whole government wishes to assist tho world, Constantinople is now suf- on tho spot. And in tho 66th ConTheir Faces. day ning at tho N. E. corner ot J. B. wherever it can to stimulate and ason such things as tho eight-hoSwain's lot and connecting with a fering from a "crime wave." Before gress he answered the bell 592 times. battle, union Lforty foot cross street reservea uy sist this tho say the Turks, hey could These calls are just part ot a day's "In tho long run we may as well labor and such like. Constantinople, Feb. 23. There is tho war, T. M. Morton; tnence . 10 me a. r.. "Have you any plan In mind for corner ot J. B. Swain's lot; tnence iu. realize tbat wo mlist face a lower only ono harem loft," replied, tho leave their doors open at night with- work with Ricketts. Ho is a member bringing harmony into industry, for 10 feet to T. irt. Morions to line; standard of living In Europe many Turk. "It is maintained with very out sorious risk. Now shootings and of tho Merchant Marine, Invalid PenMorN. sions, Roads and Enrolled Bills comstopping tho war over tho "open" thenco cross with Morton lino West 10 years ahead. Tho production costs strict discipline and according to the robberies occur every night. street; thence ton's ot her peoplo will in consequence bo best traditions. But perhaps you shop?" mittees and attends overy meeting. feet to the beginning. When his committees do not meet he "Not yet: Haven't been hero long Lot No. 2. In Centertown, Ohio lower than even before the war. If yourself would havo a better chanco RICKETTS BREAKS RECORDS County, Ky., bounded as follows: we met this competition and still enough to think about it, you see." Washington, March 21 Represen-- devotes his mornings to departmenBeginning at a stono on the North maintain our high standards ot liv- ot seeing it, for this last harem be "But In your long experience with tative Edwin D. Ricketts, of Ohio, has tal work and corrspondenco. Often longs to one ot your compatriots, tho side'of Main Street; thenco N. 2 labor matters you might havo de- E. 141 feet to a stono; thenco N. 3 4 ing we will have to work harder; we Baron Durdeau Bey. The last real surpassed all tne recorus, uemocrauc he Is still at his office late In ths w. 72 feet to a stone: thence S. 1 4 will havo to eliminate waste; we will Turk Is a Frenchman." veloped somo definite ideas?" r Republican, In the history 6t the evening, busily attending to tho busi "Well, I may havo prlvato opinions E. 13 feet to a stono; thenco N. 3 4 need to still further Improve our women of Constantinople havo Government by never missing a roll ness of his constituents and studying The to stone; tnonco & legislation upon which he is expect but nono at all as secretary of labor, W. 4 18E. 218 feet feet ato a stone; thence proccesses, our labor relationship, been emancipated", it Is true, but In call during tho 66th Congress, 2 1 not yet." business methods. When the roll is about to be called ed to cast his vote, 4 S. 1 E. 127 feet to a stone on and they wear what appears tho streets "Is thero a probability that you, as North aide of Main Street; thence N. The cut ot bolls In the office building aro rung in the House ot Representatives tho almost like a uniform. .secretary of labor, and Mr. Hoover, 1 E. 63 2 feet to tho beginning. costumes is almost tho ., all the street Tho purchaser will bo required to as secrotary of commerce, might call same, the only difference being in the exocute bonds immediately after sale FOR FLETCHER'S a great national conference of the op- duo and payable In six and twelve m- -i colors. Many women who still havo posing forces and mediate with months respectively In equal Installsomo respect for the old costumes, ments, bearing interest at the rate ot them?" wear small veils to hide their faces. annum SEEK HAVEN FROM TAXES "Well, now, I'm sure Mr. Hoover 6 ner cent ner lien will from date un be retained as" thru baking failure In tho mosquesSand even in the street til paid, and a and I will work together harmonious- additional security, sam oonas 10 commust be added to baking tropical cars and railway trains special Seeking somo unknown" ly at all times. You might ask Mr. have tho forco and effect of a Judg are reserv costs it has to be paid for. island which thoy can colonize and partments with curtains curious mix ment. Hoover about that." Gvien undor my hand this tho 15th whore thqy will be free from the op- ed for them, presenting a Calumet Baking Powder "What Is your attitude toward tho day of March. 1921. pressive British taxes, a party of 40 ture ot modern and ancient .custom. American Federation of Labor?" will save you all of that BeOTTO O. MARTIN, spite ot the many foreigners arIn cause when you use it there are "Sam Gompers and I know each Master Commissioner O. C. C. set out from England on a yacht. riving fiere since tho war, Constantino failures no losses. Every bakFrom Honduras camo the report that nople other pretty well and I'll bo glad to Barnes & Smith Attorneys. ing fa sweet and palatable and can not be called a gay city. istwo British residents of the Bay see him any time. "Why, wo have stays moist, tender and delicious to The disaster which carried down the lands, off tho coast ot that country, the last tasty blte. EXTIiAINED. Sams' son right here in the departempire has left its mark, and for Turkish have applied for ment; been horo for years and thoro-l- y even the appearance ot thousands That s a big saving but the Islands, one ot which Is about 30 not strangers, many of them bent on all right, I'm sure. Fine boy, too. George Wldtcflcld D'vys. of that isn't all. You save when miles long. It la quite likely that Uot such a boy, either; over 50, I Ono sultry day I chanced to pause you buy Calumet end you save a "big time," can sweep this away. A tho men who aro unwilling to carry guess." when you use it Beneath a welcome shado, few movie shows, two or three thea the their share ot the burdens "And thero you are. As socretary And thero espied a lad and lass . ters and the Russian restaurants form country they came from will make a of lnbor Jim Davis gives every proWere selling lemonade. the city's night lite. failure In trying to run one of tholr mise of bolng a hard worker and an The Russian restaurants are quite affable mlxor. "Whatever plans ho 'How much?" I asked In merry mood. own. Anyway peoplo can't evade remarkable. ' Their decorations aro citizenship in this way, may have for big constructive work the duties ot "One cent, sir"," said the lass. d violinist and a lightly country are yet to dovolop. the boy ex- for the soverengnty of their "Mino is two cents," most bizarre; each one provides a goes with thorn. claimed, clad dancer to provide entertainment, " m Tho Host Lavntho. "Say, mister, buy a glass!" and the service Is entrusted to wo NELSON COUNTY YOUNGSTERS "My sedentary habits have necessORGANIZE DAIRY OALF CLUB men wno came irom weauny itussian itated tho uso of an occasloual laxaI sipped wee samples from each pail, Each table families, now refugess, I havo tried many but found tive. And really found It true, "BEST-B- Y TEST" Ky Mar. 19. Twelve bears a card Indicating the name of Lexington, nothing bettor than Chamberlain's cost one cent a glass Nelson county boys and girls Inter tho waitress, and in this way a stranwrites George F. Daniels, Tho drink that Tablets," Surpassed that costlngjtwo. ls ested In dairying have organized a ger learns that his zakouskl or roast Hardwlck Inn, ono of tho model m their will bo served by tho Countess X or dairy calf club, purchased of Now England. I slipped the little girl a dime, Z. Thoy aro treated. intend calves and started what they Itisreasonablein cost and And quaffed her lemonade, CREATION OF NEW STATE to make a foundation herd ot dairy with tho greatest ceremony by tho i possesses more than the ormore,doclarlng it IN WEST IS URGED Then quaffed thrico cattlo, according" to a report from B. Russians who frequent these places, dinary leavening strength. You pay The best drink over made. Calumet and it is not uncommon to see a RusMk Prewitt fit tho Kentucky State lees and use less. You get the most Suaihine C&It 19. sian guost kiss the hand of a waitress March Spokano, Wash., e. Collego of Agriculture. in purity, dependability nnd Recipe t before seating himself at a tablo. m Y cup of butter, Northern Idaho residents, fostering "Yet why," I asked, "charge half his price - Greeks aro to bo seen everywhere. TO LEAVE FOR THE POLE IVi cupe granuformation of tho now stato of Lincoln In every way it is the best lated sugar, 2Yt When yours, is twlco as flno?" way to keep down baking costs. That At Christianla tho 'Norwegian Whon King Alexander died tho whlch'would comprise ten counties cups flour. 1 cup was: is what has made it the world's bigcity was covered with Greek whaling boat Boca Is lyeing fitted up of North Idaho, a part of Western In qqlv'rlng tones hor answer water, 2 level gest selling baking powder haskept "A kitty fell In mine!" teaspoons Calu- expedition to bo led by Sir flags draped in mourning. Tho ti for a polar Montana and Eastern Washington, it the favorite of millions of housemet Baking 4fr ot south polo diest shops put out pictures of the Ernest Shackelford wives for more than thirty years. aro to raise a fund to be used for Powder, 1 teaEGGS FOR SALE. tamo. It Is planned to make tho dead king and half tho stores were Good wholesorrie bakings can be propaganda purposos, it was stated spoon lemon,, yelks of 9 eggs. start In May or Juue, totoko on closed the day of tho funeral. made only of good materials, no "hero today by Herman Taylor, of Prices aro High. fhenmixin tha S. C, Whlto Leghorns, 280 egg board 1G0 dogs, at Hudson bay and other way, souse only good "baking Sand Point, Idaho. regular way. powder andTgood plain flour (not campaign will be startod with-- , strain, $1.00 per 15; ?G,00"por hun-drp- to roach Baffin bay by tho end of . An Amoripan pays about $7 to ?8' Tho flour).' July. One of tho objects ot tho trip a day for a loom In r good hotel. A in a fow weeks and will bo carried on S Is to explore tho Islands east ot Par- -, haircut, with tonic, costs 75 conts" Mrs. J. W. TAYLOR, years, ho stated. if or two BMBkaMHONtf An au- and a bottle of beer Boaver Dam, Rr.3. ry Island. 38t4 Tho Idaho Legislature recently For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. 1 vo BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c&a, IN STOCK. If You gs have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. or Hartford Printing Company so-u- ro HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Ill Ill govern-ment,an- ur 1-- 3-- 1-- L 3-- 3-- Children Cry CASTOR A WHAT you lose ' ' of long-haire- NjpflW CUtSJH ho-to- tho-Princ- whole-somenee- en-ti- ro d. self-risin- Of-cn- 'With tke Joyous Easter Message, Facts From Jerusalem ft Easier, the Great Festival "the Orient, Is Interest ingly Celebrated of, i Glad News From The Creators of Style .. The nnmo of Jerusalem is repented on Easter day by millions nml mil llona of followers of the Chrlstlnn religion ns well ns the Jewish. If ono stops to think how mnny times the word Jerusalem has been repented during the 2,000 yenrs that have pnssed since Xho nppenrnncc of the Nnznrcne ot the platform of the world history, one must ndmlt Hint there Is no city In the world thnt can rlvnl with Jerusalem In fnme. The nnme of Jerusalem hns become a familiar and sweet nnmo to mnny a nation and many an Individual. To keeppace 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. - I IIMOR WAisrt s v hvvvtmM-- j ' " VMMi I4mVjU"WBw4 flB J The Rabbit aa'A V-J11 and the iW Easter Egg rfllirm irfiifiM f X How did the rabbit get Into the nest of Easter eggs? Of all the curious legends tho centuries have- - gathered about the Easter season none are more widely circulated than those having to do with the rabbit and the Easter eggs. Easter eggs are seen all over the Christian world on Easter Sunday, and wherever tho eggs are there is tho rabbit nlso, Just where and how such a total abstainer from eggs, such a clearly of eggs as a rabbit, got mixed up In a nest of them the biographers of neither tho hen nor tho rabbit are able to say. But there he Is, and there he persists In staying, however "iiv.y Inconsequent, ence qiay be. relevant and material his pres- IrIm- nese, In their Moou festivnl, pay hom age to this rabbit. Their nnclent rell I gion, Taoism, taught them thnt thii j rabbit was the slave of genii who fcep him everlastingly busy pounding herbi land drugs to make the elixir of life Easter morning the most Joyous ol lie saunts In n cassia tree to do thi nil the mornings of the year, the on pounding, nnd if you will look at th great day of glndness, supreme above i moon any Easter sumlny eveninj nil others on the calendar, tho Mora when the sky it 0( I of the Resurrection. clear there you'll And why Is tills the gladdest day see Br"er Rabbil of the year? pounding away, And when you see It Is the gladdest of all days because It, you will see a It typifies the hope that beyond the giVive there Is another life than this". mixture of Taolst belief, East Af. It speaks the promise that we shall rise again from the dust of death, thnt rienn mythology, we shall be reunited with those whom southern negro we have loved and lost, that we shall folklore nnd early open our eyes In nnother world where Christian legend there Is no parting again, no sorrow, The Japanese i no loss, no pain. . have a legend, doubtless passed Compare this hope with all other over to t h' m hopes that man can have, and they from India, that sink Into Insignificance. the gospel of' the If the sons of men believed that resurrection "wus this life were the only life they could ever know, if they believed thnt the first sent to the earth by the moon grave Is the end and that when they gou, wno useu n rabbit ns his messenwere laid away with the dust from ger. The message given to the rab- whlch they came there would be no' , ,wns thls: "Llke ns l dIe nnrt rlse awakening, not only would the denrest ',,? nsa,D' so sha11 you dlQ nnd rlso Why All Mankind Hails the Morn of the Resurrection N RECENT reports It was men- 1 tloned Unit Jerusnlem hns been covered by n white carpet of snow 20 Inches deep, and thnt due to the excessive snow load one of the old olive trees In Gethsemnnc gnve way nnd fell. The fall of this tree hns ngaln fulfilled nnother prophecy stating, thnt Jerusalem will be delivered from tho hands of the Turk when one of these trees should fall. The Easter season Is by fnr the busiest nnd most Interesting one of Jerusalem. The setting In of spring makes It possible as welt')ls pleasant for tourists nnd visitors from nil parts of tho globe to gather In the ITolydty nnd see w Ith their eyes the pines s whose nnme Is and on 'which scenes occurred thnt tended to bring about decisive turning points in the history of the human race. world-famou- WS-.- Hb-2- 6 Yrblt VvfrAf fc Afc $5.00 I eveiy woman can afford to have one in her wardrobe. Materials are Crepe de Chine, Georgette and Fiber Silk Mignonette". Those who arrive at the Bargain 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. the Garden of these places ONE Gethsemnnc AsIs the Hebrew nnme Indicates, Gethsemnne was an olive garden, with an "oil press" on its grounds. The present garden Is situated on the western slopes of the Mount of Olives, a little distance "tip from the KIdron vnlley. Although very much reduced In size, It still some of the old olive trees thnt stood there "when the Gnlllenn spent the night with his eleven followers before ho 'was betrayed. The place has been turned Into n beautiful flower Rnrden, nnd fron here cards are sent to all parts of the world with flowers from Gethemane glued on them. On Green Thursday before Easter .the vast number of visitors walk down the slopes of Mt. MIrn, on which the temple stands, cross the KIdron vnlley near SIttI Mlrnm, the tomb of St. Mary, and enter the gar den nftcr ascending a distance up the" Mount of Olives. For lack of space to accommodate the visitors, they aro allowed to remain a short time on the place, during which they can sing a hymn or read n pnssnge from the New Testament and then moko room for newcomers. Ilymns characteristic of nll Christian nations nre sung In almost every civilized tongue In tho quietude of the garden. con-tnl- Carson NOTICE To tho Honorable Mack Cook, Judge of the Ohio County Court: Notice Is hereby given that on tho 4th day of April, 1921, It being the first day of the April term of the Ohio County Court, a petition will be filed In said court asking for tho establishment of the following pro posed road, A road in Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at corner of It. A. Nnntz and Wes Smith on Lick road, running- - N. over their land 30 feet wide and 40 poles long nioro or- less, to B. M. Smilcy's S. E. cornor; thence N; W. 35 or 40 poles thenco N. E. 35 or 40 poles across the lands of B. M. Smiley 30 feet wido.to his nnd It. A. Nantz's corner; thence Nr 40 poies more or less across mo ianu oi II. A. Nantz and 30 feet wide to the land of Gilbert Jolly; thenco E. 3 poles more or less across tho land of Gilbert Jolly to Noah Jolly's lino and 30 feet wide; thence N. 20 poles more or less across the land of Noal Jolly to the land of G. W. Itenfrow and 30 feet wide; thence N. 60 poles more or less across the land of G. W. Renfrow, Gilbert Jolly, and J. F. Sparks to Hoagland bridge road and 30 feet wide. Approximate length of road i miles. Given under our hands this the 22nd day of March, 192l'. B. A. NANTZ, 39t2 C. W. WIGGINGTON, et al., By C. S. Moxley, County Engineer, to-w- it: T Co. Hartford, Kentucky. ncross their Innds, .an equal portion on the lands of each to tho lauds of Agnes Vlck; thenco North across her lands about 1C0 feet to tho lands of John Carson; thenco north ncross his lands about 150 foot to tho lands of Scott Likens nnd Bob Fant; thonce North across their lnnds In qual portion on onch about 150 foet on Fant and 150 yards on Likens in Mm lands of nubo Phelps; thonco North across his lands about 70 yards to tho lands of Henry Taylor and John Carson; thence North across the lnnds about 100 yards across Taylor and about 200 feet across Carson to tho lands of Bob Fant; thonco North across Font's lands about 200 yards to the land of Ed Monroo; thenco North ncross tho lands of Ed Monroo about 200 foet to tho lands of Galen Taylor and Wies Berry; , thenco across tholr lands an equal portion on each to tho Beaver Dam and Liberty public road. Given under our hands this tho 23rd day of March 1921. 39t2 E. P SMITH, .HENItY W. TAYLOR, ,. By C. S. Moxley, CountyvEngIneor. . . (& more easily accounted for. The Ancient E g y Persians, Gauls, Greeks and Romans saw In tho egg an em t Easter egg are Myths of the tality. In It life lay dormant. An Insensate thing, a mere object, it had the power to become a living being. uo the eariy Christians the egg symbolized the resurrection. Because of this, and also bocause eggs were looked upon ns meat, Itoman Catholics of Italy, Spain and France were formerly forbidden to eat eggs during Lent. After the fasting was over, eggs were the first meat to be eaten. Every Easter table held eggs dyed red, to represent tho blood of Ghrlst, and piled In pyramids at various points of vantage along the table. Before the eggs were broken they were blessed by the priest. A special blessing for the Easter eggs was given out by Pope Paul V, who 6at In the pupal chair from 1003 to 1021. This blessing, which is still used by many Itoman Catholics, Is : "Bless, O Lord, we beseech thee, this thy gift of eggs, that It mav became n wholesome sustenance of thy faithful servants, eating It In thankfulness to thee on the morn of the resurrection of our Lord." Greek Catholics believe that eggs laid on Gpod Friday have within them their own blessing, aud that he who eats them as his lirst food on Easter Sunday will be blessed throughout tho year. They, too, hold that the egg Is symbolical of the resurrection. But all of these eggs are the fruit of the hen, she that cackles over her product, when every child believes that the rabbit Is. responsible for the Easter eggs. Germany for a long time claimed that she wus the mother of the Easter rabbit. She said tbnt it happened, one time, time the children of a ery poor poawuit hud beuu told that the. could have no eggs at Easier iimu bocuuMs than paroiits hud no homo and wore too poor to buy it lien. Tho children grleod over this ut . and then decided that they would btvy grio log uud pray. Tliupruyud for fli-bt- blem of Immor VI I I W. l E53 - I ' , hope they could possibly have be taken then from them, but the world would then become a place unfit for habitation. Without the hope of resurrection from the grave man would surely sink nt once to the low level of the beast But that this Is not his belief, and that man has, Instead, a firm and a full hope to live again, Is what makes Easter the one great Joyous day of all days. Easter eggs, prayed earnestly and fervently. On the night before Easter they made a nest for the eggs they so confidently believed the morning would bring. When they awoke the next morning they ran td tho nest, .and there, sure enough, lay three lovely eggs, und sitting back of them, very proud of himself, was n big white rabbit, the very rubblt thut hud laid tho eggs. But the Easter rabbit Is far, far older than this tale, aud the myths ubout tho rubblt, many of them associating tho rabbit in one wny or another with eggn, are centuries older than the Kuster fusthnl. The Moon fetlvul In China comes In tho springtime und corresponds with Knster. It's u great holiday. Nobody works. Eu'rybody puts on his best clothes und joes out for n general Jollification. Tho culmUmtlou of event comos on wlmt Is our Knster, which, us pvoplu will toil you, come "on tho" lltt Suodny nftw the, first full moon uftur the 22nd of Murch." It Is on this night thut "tho rubblt In the moou" Is best seen. The Chi- I The rabbit, however, thinking it would be a good Joke on the people of the earth, reversed this gospel: Whafjre said to the people was: "Like as I die, and live no more, so shall ye nil die and be no more alive." The people took .tills gospel very sorrowfully, which amused the rabbit, and he went back to the moon god nnd boasted of what he had done. Tho god was so infuriated with his messenger that he threw a hatchet nt him nnd split his lip wide open, and that. u you wouia UKe to know, Is why tho rabbit's lip is silt. In certain pnrts of England, particularly atHnllaton, there was an old custom o'f celebrating Easter Monday with a "hare pie scramble" and "bottle kicking." This celebrutlon began with a procession lending to the house of t the rector of the parish nnd consisting festival Is BUT the most attended Holy Light of two men abreast, carrying sacks celebration of the with cut-u- p pies Inside; three men The celebration Is world famous and abreast, two carrying wooden bottles yearly attracts visitors from all parts filled with beer, and the third a large of the world. At one o'clock In the dummy bottle that was to be kicked afternoon of the Saturday before about; one man, carrying a pole on Knster, the light is given out from the which wus fastened a hnre in a sitting front chamber of the tomb by the posture, and, last of nil, a band of Greek Orthodox Patriarch and Is music. The band was followed by passed on by the anxiously waiting, all the people of the parsh who could youth of Jerusalem. Every Individual walk. The dummy bottle was kicked who carries a candle lights It from the Into tho neighboring parish, where It ' light next to him and in a marvelous-l- y was burned, or "drowned," after which ht Is passed on short time oits of it were through the different parts of the intaken home ns terior of the church, out intoUie yard, trbphies by the up (o the visitors on the flaCroofs of people. the church, through the city nnd out The custom fell Into the churches of the whole counInto disuse about try, t 1707. But other customs In which the hare figured were continued to a much later -EFOItE the wnr the Turkish mill date, one having n mmnnn uacu iu nnllnn iuo n Aunt; (trim, t jjvuio .hiv vv Mw uu to do with tbrf caslon to prevent any disorder, but hunting of a huro mostly to show that Islam Is dominaton Good Friday, ing even on the very sacred grounds to be eaten tin But since the enof Christianity. Easter day, tho trance of the victorious General alternative being the policing wus done by Tom-.inlthat "he who does or Australians, who were parnot eat u hure must eat a red her- ticipators In the celebration and whoso ring." presence was deemed essential only At least one mythologlst has tried for preventing molestation by pickto account for the Easter rabbit In pockets. England by making him the creature Gordon, an English nrcheologlst, disof the Anglican goddess Eostre, v. hose covered n hill outside the Damascus name, according to Bede, was given to gate which has tho shape of a skull tho month of April, which was culled with holes arranged so ns to form two Ustunuonnth. Grimm calls this godeyes, a nose and a mouth. A the less Osturn, "divinity of the radiant foot of tho hill Is a garden, und on dnwn. of upsprlnglng light." one.sldo of the garden Is a tomb hewn Into the rock. The tomb corresponds to the description pf the tomb mentioned In tho New Testament. I the-Iigy, FAIR VIEW. Mr. and Mrs. Shorman Ashby, of Owensboro will movo near Red Hill, soon. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Drulo Griffin an.l Mrs. R. M; Wright and children vls- ueu Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wright Sun-da- y NOTICE. Mack Cook, Judge of tho Ohio County Court': We," the undersigned land owners and citizens of Ohio County, Kentucky .hereby give notlco thatx wo will on Monday, April 4, 1021, It belnghe first day pf tho regular April term of the Ohio County Court, file petition in said court and ask said court to widen and establish a public highway running from the Cromwell and Beaver Dam public highway to the Beaver Dam and Liberty public highway along the following course: Beginning nt a point 4on tho Beaver Dam and Cromwell piko near Elvis Smith's dwelling house; thonco mining North ncross the lands of Elvis Smith nnd partly across tho lands of Henry Taylor about 36G yards to tho land of Georgia Thomas; thence North across his lands about 150 feot to tho lands of Georgp Cook and Francos Martin; thenco North Fo 'the Honorable fpr villi -" day. Miss Orble Ford, who has been visiting relatives hero, returned to her homo near Central Qrovo, Saturday. Private Dallas Wright, Mr. Henry Wright and Mr. R. M. Wrleht mn.ln a business trip to Owensboro Monday. A fly got Into Mr. R. M. Wright's ear Monday, March 14. while out nt work, causing him Intense suffering. no wont to a physician but his nt removal wero unsuccessful. Mr. Wright suffered until Sunday, when Mr. Lonile-Schroad- or took- - an p nnd drew the insect out wheo it could be gotten. So it any one happens to arot n bug or. fly In thelu oar bo suVe to go to Mr. Lonnlo Schroador, of Red Hill, and ho will give you InBtant roller. Mr. J. T. Lowe nnd Mr. Mrt- lor. of Chatham, 111., aro visiting friends nnd relatives in this of-fp- rts oar-pum- Mrs. Laura Austin, of Horton, ited Mr. and Mrs. Otha Daniel, visSun- j'w. "'Wvyw "