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Subscription $1.50 per Ym& HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, of tho Dark Tobacco Grower's Association, said: "Tho action of tho mooting. Is tho first movement toward national organization that promises relief. Tho need for this Is too pressing ind Important to ho overemphasized.' G. T. Wyntt, assistant secretary of tho Anlcrlcan Farm Ilurcau Federation declared that ho regarded the meeting as ono of tho most success ful of Its kind over held, and that Its action in ndoptlng tho resolution is n significant tep toward completo co operation in tho Industry, Marketing Plan. marketing The nlan of presented at tho mooting at Tho Seol- tmnli nt Inhnprn irrnwnra from all parts of tho United States and ap- -. proved by thorn In a resolution Is aa follows: First A marketing association composed Bolely of actual growers nndjnanagod by directors, two mem bers of which shall bo chosen by pub lic oftlclnls to reproscnt tho public at all meetings. Second A warehousing corpora tion, holding stock as follows and owned by tho marketing association: fn) Nonvoting stock, preferred, owned by banks or prlvnto investors and divided Into five classes, ono class to bo retired each year from tho pro ceeds of tobacco passing through tho Dividends aro guaranwarehouse. V teed. (b) Voting common stock, which bo Issued to growers, dollar for Shall aa tho preferred stock Is re tired. Nino shares shall be Issued to FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1921. Number 2,000 GERMAN 4oj ' GROWERS IN MOVE president EX-RULE- R FAILS VIVIANI LANDS IN REVOLT, FLEES IN WASHINGTON Hope Seen In Organization; Marketing Plan Is Approved. (Courier-Journal.) r Deposed Emperor Of Austria To Seek Secluded Asylum In l.iind of Spain. Budapest, March 30, Count Sto-fe- n Ucthlcn, fully empowered to act for tho safety of tho Stato as tho plenipotentiary of Regent Borthy, has been sent to Stelnamanger, a West Hungarian town, near tho Austrian borderj whero former EmperOr Charles has taken refuge after his vain attempt to regain tho throne. Count Bothlen, who at ono tlmo was adviser to tho former Premier, Archduko Joseph, has a strong force of troops at his disposal to suppress any civil war movement', should any bo, Indorsement of tlio action of tho tobacco confcrcnco hold nt Tho Seel-hac- h yesterday in resolutions adopted there nnd prediction that growers Stntos In all other tobacco-growin- g In tho country would regard tho plnn as a decided step forward in obtaining marketing, wero national voiced yesterday nftornoon by representatives of various State organlza-Jn- s. attempted. ' Va., Katcsvlllc, M. O. Wilson, chairman of tho Tobacco Growers Coip operative Association, with a including growers of Virgin-lNorth and South Carolina, said: "This has been ono of tho greatest meetings, porhaps tho greatest meeting in tho history of th industry. Tho message that I will carry back to of Virginia and tho members of my association will bo that Kentucky Is on tho threshold of forming a solid organization for marketing of Ub product, nnd that tho spirit of tho meeting was such that wo may oxpect tho spread of this movement to every other State within a fow months." directors. (c)' Tho warehousing corporation Encouraged IJy Resolution. controlled by tho marketing C II. Gustnfson, president of tho shall be association. It shall make a cross American Fnrm Bureau Federation covor costs of operating chairmnn of tho Grain Market- contract to and money to retire pre ing Committeo of Seventeen, said: "It expenses and for stock. i'vsuch meetings as this which ulti- ferred grower agrees to sell mately will bring about tho completo nii Third The iUn n canoln 1 nn fnr'flvri inLndfin 1 1 industry oftho tobacco years. If a Hen is given, tho market Tho resolution adopted should do shall own the crop much to encourage tho movement ing associationtho llonholdcr for tho jointly with thruout tho United States." association of both. Tho "Tho conclusion reached by this benefit shall grade all tobacco and establish mti ting will put new spirit Into tho typo and grade. growers of North Carolina," 13. It. a pool for each Association will, sell Fourth tho MarUrown, head of tho Dureau of tobacco and roturn the proceeds kets of North Carolina, declared. "It to tho urowers, minus operating ex will assuro them that their efforts to penses and deductions to. retire ypre- - gent Horthy against the plotters. .get a square deal for tho farmer are etriftli Prorv prftwer will ETGt Ia....i to bo backed to tho fullest extent by Uho saroo return for a similar quan and other growers or Kentucky, MORROW PLEDGES AID tity and quality of tobacco. States whero tho Industry is not orFifth Tho association will raise TO TOBACCO GROWERS ganized nt present." to money to make first payments A. F. Hedges, representative of tho growers on delivery. (Courier-JournaOhio Tobacco Growers' Association, A " "Tho need for some :s'ald: J. II. THOMAS LEAVES plan for marand "Tho growers of Ohio havo been CENTRAL CITY ARGUS keting tobacco and relieving iho con.contemplating a movement for . for some months;, but thoy - With tho current Issue, our old dition in. Kentucky Is Imperative. I deferred action until tho result of friend and former associate, John H. promise my personal support and that this mooting In Loulsvlllo could be Thomas, is to sever his connection of every State agency which can bo brought to bear to aid this move.learned. with the Argus, of Contral City. Mr. ment. Other States to Follow. Thomas has resigned as editor and "It is a meeting like the tobacco "I shall toll tho association that manager of the Muhlenburg County conference Monday arid the Farm Buwhich has been adopted by Newspaper to accept a position In Alio tflan meeting Tuesday which will save Virginia and tho Carolines will be Loulsvlllo. where his family is, and reau Is to bo saved." soon in Kentucky; that tho has been residing for some time'past. the farmer if ho adopted This was tho statement of Gov. Ed.growers hero regard It as tho best Wo'nro not fully advlsod as to the win P. Morrow yesterday afternoon that has been offered, and that the character of tho position Mr. Thom- after his address to tho Kentucky solution as Is to accept, but yo feci wo know plan promises the speediest Farm Bureau Federation meeting at to disastrs that confront tho unor- enough of tho nature, character and Tho S"eolbach, at which tho action ganized farmer. I do not hesitate tondoncies of tho resigning Editor to of the Tobacco Conference was InXo say that similar action may bo ex- say that ho is peculiarly fitted for dorsed. pected In Ohio when tho result of the line of work bo has boen engaged .As a result of tho support of tho conference is known." in, not only during tho past few years, his national Governor, leaders of the movement As"Tho Hurloy Tobacco Growers' but for a largo portion of his life, and point out that his statement assures sociation, with members in Kentucky we sincorely regret his leaving tho of the State Department But here's Tonnesseo, Indiana,. Ohio and West trlba of "Qull!drlvers.'! College of Agmay follow him of Agriculturo and the Is bohind the plan advocatVirginia, hoping that tho best riculture of the University of Kentucready to in whatever he may engag. ed by Aaron Saplro and Is " ky in tho campaignpf extentlon and . . throw the full welgfit of Its Influence organization which Is expected to bo patteUson. ij. bohind any movemont that nomlsos launched soon, marketing as a State or Mr. Morrow doploied tho lack of New-nra- n, as a national scheme," John W. Mr.L. LPatterson, of whoso Ill- harmony which has been the prevailweek, prosldent of tho association, ness we made mention last of farmers at tho meeting and again at died at nls, homo, Pt. Pleasant, Mon- ing note in the relations l'o'clock. Burial of of Kentucky, and said that ho welday morning at its conclusion. . comed any movemont that promised C. N. Puller, secretary pf tho Wis- the remains took place Tuesday af Growers' Association tornoon at the Bell uuriai grounas, sound and permanent relief. consin Tobacco "What plan Is best "for Kentucky at tho hands of tho Masonic Fratersaid: growers In Wisconsin have nity, of which he was a mombor. Mr. tobacco growo.rs I hav enotJieen "The able to decide, because I havo not trlod a plan almost exactly similar to Pattorson was unmarried, fifty-tw- o suggestions. But prosentod by Mr.' Saplro and havo years of ago and said to be the fore- Btudied the various that reason most horticulturist in Ohio County. It should bo ono which has had tho I seo n6 found it successful. tost of experience : why it should not wor.k in Kentucky Mr. Morrow would not predict the roy own State. 1 "LIKK FALLS 0,000' FEET; as well as It has in Legislature. In should be feaslblo naBRUISES probnblo action of the LANDS AVITII FEW Likewise it plan. regard to any greatest benetionally and work to Tho farmors'of Wis30. Falling Ithaca, N. V., March fit in that field. MHS. SARAH ANN THOMPSON consin, I am sure, will regard fa- 9,000 feet in a disabled piano and vorably the'actlon of tho conforonco escaping with only a few bruises Mrs. Sarah Ann Thompson, widow today, indorsing tho principles laid while tho plane was' wrecked was the experience hero .today of Lieut. J. A. of It. D. (Blrge) Thompson, died at down by Mr. Saplro." 'Mficltoadyj chief test pilot of tho tho homo of bor son, Dick Thompson, Only Hope f Grower. ! March 20, of acuto india grower of Henderson- United States Army. G. D. Glyens, was Just by - Lieutenant MaoReady'aescapo oc- - gestion. Mrs.T Thompson "Tho Plan prpsonted .-said: ' supplemented by tho ac- ' curred whjle ho was testing a flying past. tho age of 83 years. . Mr. Saplro, Funeral servlcos wero conducted pursuit plane. tion of tho conference Is tho only hopo by tho Itov. Frank and buriaIrof the Lieutenant MacReady, pinned grower. It has my hearty of tho tho machine,' was found remains took place at Bethel,, on .support." Ewing, Cedar Hill, Tonn., hanging hood downward in his seat. Monday, tho 28th. G. mom-horsha, -1 l) ed To Ask Charles To FIcc. Premier Toleky nnd Count Julius Andrassy, former Foreign Minister and friend of the former ruler, accompanied Count Bcthlen to endeavor to perSiinde Charles to leave Hungary Immediately. Charles Is under strict military su He has pervision in Stoinanianger. boen deserted by his stauncheat supporters and Is not permitted to leave his room In Stelnamanger. Castle to bco his friends. Tho former Emperor Informed tho Government today that he was preparing for removal immediately to some neutral country, probably to Spain. , Spain Offers Haven. Tho Spanish representative Count nealode Suarcla, told Itegent.Horthy today that Charles was under Spanish protection and that the Spanish Government was offering Its hospitality to the former ruler. Bishop Count Mikes, who with many representatives of the Hungarian aristocracy was at Stelnamanger with the former Emperor has been arrested, charged with being the head of the movement to restore Charles to tho throne. General Lehar, in command at Stolnamnngdr, who was suspected of backing tho fmorer monarch with the West Hungarian army, asserted to day he was loyally supporting Re- sador J. J. Jusscrand. In contrast to his reception in 1917 was declared invalid was brought In the Supremo Court today by tho Kentucky Attorney General. Tho petition gave three reasons for Almost Without Notice, Goes To IIo tho request: First, that the JudgmentV'purports tel; To Confer Willi Jlnrd-- ; to bo a flnnl determination when tho lug and Hughes. appeal was prosecuted to determine whether tho preliminary Injunction . Washington, March 29. Cpmlng should have been granted pending the horVon,, what has beonofflclally Is litigation." s a visit to of courtesy Second "because the court In inter President Warren O. Harding on preting a State statute has failed to tho French Republic, Rene consider or follow the decisions of the New highest Stato tribunal construing simViXlunl arrived tonight from York. ilar statutes." Tho former French Promler, who Third, "because since this case was beas tho rank of an envoy extraor-dlnar- argued, a Judge of tho Kentucky but whoso precise status has Court of Appeals has sustained tho novorjbeon made known definitely by validity of the Btatute." the Stato Department wa3 welcomed by'the entire staff of the French Em- TWO MEN ARE HURT ' bassy, with tho exception of Ambas AT TAYLOR JUNES yi REDS JAILED; REVOLT ENDS Bitter Fighting ContinuesTho Communists In Break Down. - Berlin, March 29. Tho DIo Zct- -' tung am MIttag asserts that tho police early this-- morning captured 5003 Communists who had blown up tliev Am'mendorf Railway bridgo and occupied tho railway station there Ma"ny of the arrested men woro Russian uniforms. It Is ly announced that 1,400 insurgents' have thus far been made prisoners in middle Germany. semi-official l. ed -- - Felix In erecting or placing in position, whoa, on arriving in company with a smoko stack at Taylor Mines, TuesMarshal J. J. C. Joffre, M. Vivian! day, ono of tlio hoisting ropes or was greeted by Secretary Robert Lan- chains broke, causing tho funnel to sing and escorted with much pomp fall, which resulted In ri badly mashby a squadron of cavalry to the home i ed foot of foreman, Thomas Mulhall selected for him as a guest of tho ' and tho loss of a "foot of Arthur Park. United States, ho passed tonight almost unnoticed through the station, GET MARRIED HERB thence to a hotel,, fo take up hlsresl-donc- o for several weoks. , Twice In Tlio Snnio PIncc for Ono Ncvt Met By U. S. Delegation Of tho Couples. There were no State Department offlqials at the station to extend a Lorenzo Hamilton and Sadie Wedwolcome to him, and the only recognition of his presence- - was by news ding, both of Route 6, Hartford, and photographers who halted him for Ernest Ford and Ida V. Westerfleld, an Instant to ask that he pose tor a also of Route G, Hartford, came to " town last Saturday and after procurflashlight. Pausing to inquire q his French ing the necessary official authority, companions the meanlng.of tho ques-- . were Joined in marriage by County tions phrased in English, M. Vlvlanl, Judge Mack Cook.Estlll Goff and Lizzie Goff, both when an explanation was given him, brushed the interceding photogra-- . of Nelson, Muhlenburg County, came pliers aside and resumed his way. to Hartford Wednesday, procured license and were married in the offlco At noon tomorrow the French p voy will be received by Charles E. of County Judge Mack Cookt who the ceremony. Hughes, Secretary of Stato, at the This is the second time Mr. and Department', and In the afterStato Mrs. Goff havo embarked together on noon he will seo Mr. Harding. tho matrimonial voyage. They havNew York Mcetlng-PlmmAmeri- ing disagreed a few years ago, which New-YorMar. 29. An all can, meeting will bo held In Car- resulted in a divorce. Mr. Goff wa3 negie Hall Monday in honor of tho later married to another woman, s recently divorced, distinguished visitor and as a tribute from whom tonight. when he and his 'present and first to Franco, it was announced original, double A committee, composed of Herbert" wife resumed the Morgan, E. R., harness. S. Houston, Miss Anne Coudert, Elizabeth Cutting, Clarence HONOR ROLL H. Mackey, ,Col. F. W. Gallbralth, head of tho Amorlcan'Leglon; George W. Burleigh and Elliot C. Bacon, has Of Hartford High School For Mnrcb. charge of the arrangements. FRESHMAN CLASS. M. Vlvlanl will attend tho funeral Otha Lee, Kathleen Tlchenor, Harof Cardinal Gibbons In Baltimore ris Walker, BonnlOvSosh, Corlnne Thursday, accompanied by M. Jusse-rand- ,. "Ward, Halllo Belle. Allen, Annabel ' ' King, Eula Bean. Edith Tinsley, Walj 'Dr. Marcef Knecht of the French ter Westerfleld, Hubert Llndley, MaHigh Commission, n making this an- ry Ellen Duke,.Martyne Sproule, Genouncement,, stated that M. Vlvlanl neva Goff, Orvil Hoover. and the Ambassador would be met In SOPHOMORE CLASS. Baltimore by Supremo Knight James Lorene Westerfleld, Otis Ashby, A. Flaherty, Knights of Columbus, Hulbert Crowder, Luther Turner, and tho State deputy of the organiza- Sallye Laura Williams, Richard Ford, tion in Maryland, and that all would David Bishop. proceed to the cathedral. w JUNIOR CLASS Ernestine Ralp.h, Gola Bnnett, ALEC V. CARSON. Geneva Travis, Bessie Clark, Myrtle Carter, Helen Barnett. Following an illness'of considerable SENIOR CLASS. succumbed duration, Alec W. Carson Sallye Shultz, Margaret King, Lou- , pt his home-- Nocreek, In tho eany bel Williams, Kittle Bess Dodson, morning of Monday, March 28'. He Amelia PIrtle, Flora Rhoads, Gerwas at first stricken with obstructed trude Schlemmer, EmlUe Pendleton, intestines and after that trouble was Blanton Ellis. . thought to have been overcome, pneu monia developed, following which the 4 WOMEN ON JURY THAT ' SENDS DANDIT TOCIIAIK original (rouble reappeared and in his weakened condition tho end came. Mr. Carson lacked only one month Des' Moines. March 30. Eugene C. and seven days of being 76 years of Weeks today was found guilty of mur age. Ho was born and spent his der In the first degree aad the penwhole life in Ohio County, never bav-ln- c alty fixed at death by'a Jury on which resided more than five or six four women served. Weeks with anmiles from, the place whero he died.. other man was accused pt killing a Ho was a splendid citizen, quiet ana grocer In an attempted holdup. unnretentious. being particularly not ed for attending to his own business. UNIVERSITY HEAD JN CAR ACCIDENT Of a large family tho deceased is survived by only ono brother, George hls""lm-medjn- tq Of President Frank L. McVey, of the. Carson, Ceritertown. family, his widow; three University of Kentucky, and Mrs. Mc daughters, Mrs. Sherman Condlt, of Vey had a narrow escapo from being injured, and Mrs. Leo Ilergesheimer, Heflin, Mrs. Herman Pirtlo, of and Mrs. John A. Johnson, of their cuest. suffered a fractured cel when Lji Grahgo lnterurban Hartford, and ono son, T. P. Carson, lar-hocar No. 118 crashed Into Doctor Mc- of Tonvnolln, Miss.; Burylve. Funeral sorvlcesjwere conducted nt Voy's automobile at Spring and Payne Nocrcok Church by Rev. R. T. Harper Stretts shortly after l o'ciock. Docassisted by Revs. R. D. Bonnett and tor McVoy was driving north on T. T. Frazlor, "after which burial of Spring Street and did not see or hear Motorman S. M. tho remains took place at tho Carson tho car's approach. Cowan and Conductor M. Potts were Burial Grounds. in chargo of tho car. case Horgeshelmer was taken to k liquor ' up supreme court St.Mrs. Anthony's Hospital. Sho is a landscape painter whoso homo is In She had been vlslt- Washington, March 30. Rohear-In- g Pnnnsvlvania. Doctqr of tho Kentucky case In which a iig tho McVeys in Lexington. .i .!.... n iuu muhiuu o Stato Btatute assessing a special tax -SJOVey )Vo ljl.iceiuru,uv il.n lUnui ft i 'a of 50 cents a galMn on liquor in bond Club here this afternoon, J psr-form- ed cd. he-waNo-cre- ek (BY KARL H. VON WIEGAND) Berlin, March 29. Tho backbone' of tho Red uprisings In Germany wast effectually broken today, according to all Indications late this afternoon. With the recapture of Bittorfield by tho Reichswehr and the retaking oC tho big Leuna nitrate works near Morsburg by the Green police supported by a battery of Relchswehr-artlllery- , the heart of the Red Insurgency was pierced. The Communists' call for a general strlko fell largely on deaf-ear- s thruout tho country. In Berlin, whore orders were Issued forbidding-opon-sl- r meetings and street demonstrations, the police were instructed. to uso firearm's, if necessary, to prevent the Communists from meeting-- . This energetic attitude on tho part of the government gave the but little chance to keep tho workers from returning to their Jobs-todaafter the Easter holiday. Only--a small number of factories wero affected and ho partial strikes were not" Important. Conv-munlsts y -- Severing Optimistic. "I do not think it is taking a" too ;? optimistic view when I Bay Jtbat" the1,, red movement will be entirely suppressed by the end of the week," declared Prussian Minister 'of the Interior Severing In ad Interview tb day. Severing emphasized the fact that at no time has tho national guarcL been put in action against the reds,, with the exception of one battery oC Reichswehr artillery, until today. Today the troops were finally used to take and occupy Bltterfleld. The apologetic attitude of the gov- - . ernment for Its jiso of the national-guar- d under pre'ssure of public demand for more energetic action Is" characteristic of tho government's attitude since the beginning of1 the uprisings. The government Is now confronted with another thorny problem In tho red prisoners that have been taken. and which are estimated to number! 2,000. It does not know what to do. with them. Humanitarian and political party considerations niako executions out of the question. At the? same time the Jails and prisons am overflowing and there Is no room forr tho new prisoners being' taken. , . President Ebbort has appointed of : extraordinary courts to-de- with the reds who havo beenliap tured with arms or who wero suspected of plundering and dynamite-.outrages- . y tax to Public Fears Amnesty. The public fears that whatever tho extraordinary courts do with the prisoners, the weak government will do, sooner or later, what it has done be fore grant amnesty. The big Leuna works were stormed by tho Green police under cover oC artillery and machine guns. About 1,000 reds with arms and ammunition and with machine guns and armored automobiles were taken. It Is officially reported that Jhirty Communists were killed in a fight with tho Green police near Ammondorf. At Communists, ln- -i Dresden nlnoty-sl- x cludlnc fourteen women, wero arrostr ed while holding a secret meeting. , The main railway lines from Nprth to South Germany nnd a number of branch Hues aro still out of operation duo to dynamited bridges in Central Germany. For tho first tlmo since last Mnrch armored automobiles nnd automoblla truckloads of Green policed with, tronch helmets aro rolling thru tho streets of Berlin. WllnelmQtrasso is barricaded wllh barbed viro and machine guns sro mound'at intersecting streets. J , MOIt'f :;; jhes to NOllll CARDINAL the Protestant Bnni; .... Episcopal Church, 'GIANT AIR LINERS i ! . blames Gibbons, i Foremost In U. S. Catholic Succumbs. , rUaTtrmore, Md., March 24. James of archbishop Cardinal Gibbons, .HJalUmore nnd senior prelate of tho oCathnQc Church In tho United States, dicd at 11:33 o'clock this morning, that oven hl9 passing away .unro, n Bon Secours nun, could not Jbo sura that It was tho end. She had soon tire chango that betokened It, -- but It was slight, almost Imperceptible, nnd five minutes passed while still above tho slight, watching. IThen from 'tho house where ho had fllvcd and worked, In the shadow of 'Cathedral of tho Assumption of Uhc Ulesscd Virgin Mary, went forth ithB news that ho' had died. .Ills grave will be a nlcho In the vcrypt undor tho high altar of tho cathedral. A slab of marble carved vjdUi an Inscription In Latin In the -- north wall of tho crypt will mark his estlng place. Above this vault, behind whose sscuth wall Ho the six archbishops, of IMaryland, who preceded him, Is tho r,anctnnry of tho cathedral to which Cardinal Gibbons' parents brought Hilm ns a baby to be baptized, where !ho was consecrated a bishop, where Tic was later consecrated an archbishop, nnd on Juno 30, 188C, he was with tho robes of tho cardlna-aat- c There, too, stands tho throno tho throno tit tho cardinal and abovehat, symbol will hang the cardinal's r .princedom in the Catholic hlorar-ch- y. Thcro It will hang as' long as - tthe cathedral stands. The death of the cardinal In tho sntfast of Holy Week's devotions at Mhn cathedral will not affect the thore. Thru Good Friday and of ""Holy Saturday and the dawn .Easter tho body of Cardinal Gibbons will He In his own room, where he wiled. On Easter Sunday night it will Tie- moved to the cathedral, to lie there tho masses of Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, where his seo him for the last time thru he Oiigh requiem mass that will be This iuneral on Thursday and from here to be borne to Its niche in the -3hn-3ean-ser-V7ic- c3 ay ; greatest company of churchmen ever . crypt. At the funeral will gather the - i" - O'Connoll, from Bos- '. .more-Cardton. and Cardinal Degin, from Can- Consignor John Bonzano, tjasla. apostolic delegate at Washington, will pontificate at high requiem mass on inal assembled in the United States. In the, mass of telegrams and cablegrams that members of tho cardinal's house- jofcl sent all over the world today srere messages to 100 bishops, four- tcen archbishops and countless mon- jsiEnorl and priests everywhere. mourning is ,Two cardinals may come to Baltl- City-Wid- TO CROSS ATLANTIC "The transfer of Jnmcs Cardinal Gibbons to a higher sphoro of activity, romoves from tho Bingo of current Clront Trnns-Atlnml- c Fljlng 81ilrr4, human events tho most prominent Now Hclng Unlit, To Cross country (and figure thereon In our Ornn In '10 Ilnm-nc- . probably In tho world) during the past half century." k(I)y Forbes W. Falrbalrn.) For tho stomach and bowel disor(In Louisville Horald) Daby Elixir is ders of babies McGeo's ic London, March 2G. Giant It nets a romedy of genuine morlt. flying ohlps driven by speand pleasquickly, Is pure wholesome enant to tako. .Price 25c and 50c per cially built 4,000 Horsepower accommoda""by Ohio County Drug gines, with luxurious bottlo. Sold m tions for 100 passongore, aro under Company. construction by tho Falroy Company, builders to tho British nlr ministry. SPKRAI) PKOPAGAN1U ON IMPKK MOXKY They aro destined to bo used on tho London Now York aerial service. Conditions in tho flyins liners will Toklo, Japan, Fob. 10. Paper currency has boon solzod upon by Ja- approximate almost oxactly to those panese Socialists as a means of of first class steamship travel. GuidHalted by ed on their courso by directional spreading tholr doctrines. tho polfco when efforts wore mado to wireless Informed In advance as to circulate leaflets and booklets, this weather changes and with a motlvo method of getting preachments Into plant which is practically Immune thousands of hands was adopted. Tho from tho risk of broakdown, they note is tho most popular will offer not only speed and corn-b- ut pink cafety. Experts declare tho medium. They pass rapidly from hand to hand for many citizens, re- 3,000 miles betweou London and New ceiving the money, fear that the note York can bo covered In very little will be confiscated or that they will more than forty hours. Compete With Steamers. bo taken for. radicals and henco seek to be rid ot it. However, they all With a sufficient fleet, well patronized, nlr ministry officials declaro read what's on tho note first. o tho fare should bo little It any, more A prudent mother Is always on tho ban by steamship. wnt'ch for symptoms of worms In her Ma J. Gen. Sir F. H. Sykes, conPaleness, lack ot Interest troller general of civil aviation, has children. in play and peevishness Is the signal .ft. led, on bohalf of tho British A for White's Cream Vermifuge. to turn over free of charge few doses of this excellent remedy o private capital tho ontlro airship puts an end to the worms and the atfr'rl and organization of the govchild soon acts nautrally. Price 30c ernment, provided tho company deper bottle. Sold by Ohio County velops this branch ot aerial travel. m Drug Company. "My department has demonstrated tho value" of airships for commercial ItEPOIlT OX OIL, VIEW) oiig distance flichts," he told UniPUTS MEXICO IX LEAD versal Service. "Tho modern airship can carry some eighty passenMexico City, March 26. The exgers with one hundred pounds ot bagports of the Mexican Petroleum Com- gage and two oc threo tons of mail pany In January amounted to 110.000 The flight of tho or merchandise. barrels a day, or about 4,000,000 4 to Now York In one hundred barrols for tho month, as against and eight hours and back in seventy-fIn December last, according ive hours is a sufficient illustrato information given out today. The tion of its ability to cover long disot oil in 1920 world production tances. showed an lncreaso of 66,000,000 It's main disadvantage at the presbarrels In the United States and ent time commercially. Is the largo barrels in Mexico, with a to- outlay required for the construction tal of 159,000,000 for the year. Not- and upkeep of sheds and tho numer-ou-r withstanding the Increased producpersonnel necessary for its handtion In Mexico, it is reported that ling. But we have achieved conslder-ibl- e many oil wells in tho republic aro success in the development of the yielding salt water and that in some mooring mast, and today the largest fields the supply Is Hearing airship can be moored for weeks on end and In a very high wind. The world Is therefore considerably near er to overcoming one of the main obstacles to the .economic uso of trans-AtlantGO-snt, R-300 Illinois Central System Discusses Subject of Freight Rate Reduction Thoro Is a good deal of discussion at this timo, especially In tho press, about railway frolght Somo writers contend that they aro too high and constitute an ImpedlmonUo business. Oth-or- s, having nioro regard for tho necessity of adequate transportation, nnd tho Increased cost of producing It, consider tho presont lovel of frolght rates rcasonablo and advocato at least-- a fair try-o" . which has not yot been had. It Is admitted that thoro aro Inequalities In somo of tho rates that will hnvo to bo adjusted, but tho basic rate Is not too high, at present operating costs, If tho railways aro to bo exp'cclcd to furnish ndequato transportation. Tho question of adequate transportation is ono that Is often lost sight of Without It business cannot bo carrlod on successfully. rates. ut i authority as Chairman Edgar E. Clark, of tho Intorstalo Commorco Commission? whoso ability and fidelity to tho public Interest Is unquestioned, has recently called attention to tho narrow margin between railway rcvonuo nnd operating expenses and fixed charges. In view of existing conditions, it is unfortunate that thoro should bo nn agitation for tho lowering of frolght rates. This can' only result In raising falso hopes that tho rates can bo reduced, nnd perhaps In rotardlng tho development of business. If shlppors aro led to believe tho rates can or will, bo rcducod, they will naturally postpone shipments. Stability of tho rates' nt which tho commerco of tho country Is carried is of the utmost Importance. If frolght rates should bo manipulated up and down In responao to every temporary business fluctuation, It would naturally result In more serious business depressions. Hallway frolght rates must bi operative over a period of timo to insure business stability. So eminent an -- It Is contended by somo that a reduction of rates would encourngo shipping and provldo mora adequate railway revenuo through a greater volume of traffic that tho August lncreaso created a restriction on business and was a factor In precipitating tho depression which followed. Tako cotton, for example. A year ago cotton was selling for nbout 40 cents a pound, whllo" In Novombor, moro than two months after tho August Increase became effective, tho prlco was about 15 cents. Tho presont market prlco Is about 11 cents. If a reduction of 50 per cent wcro mado In the frolght rato on cotton, It probably would not result In tho movement of a balo of cotton which will not movo at tho present rato. A study of tho situation will show that tho August lncreaso In rates had an nlmost negligible ef-- fect upon business. During September nnd October, nnd well Into Novomber, tho railways handlod a maximum traffic. By the middle of November tho "buyers' strike," which bcgancarly in tho summer, was reflected fn a genoral recession of business. The public had gone on strike against war prices and was determined to forco liquidation. -- freight rates were not sufficient to attract as much now cnpltal as was needed tor enTho Tho cost of labor, materials and supplies, In all probalargement and expanclon of the railway plant. levels. They ought not to do so entirely. Business should adjust bility will never go back to itself to the present level of freight rates, at least until net railway operating Income, through economical and efficient management, rises to a point whore a reduction of freight rates would bo Justified without impairment of service. Thore are few lines of business prospering during this reconstruction poriod. Tho farmers are They aro going through not prospering and tho great manufacturing industries are not prospering. the same readjustment process that tho railways aro going through. Tho railways aro struggling back to normal, nnd they will succeed If they havo the support and confldenco of tho public It tho public is not led astray by tho unconstructlve criticism of thoso who would like to seo thorn fall. pre-war pre-w- ar Wholesome criticism is a good thing, but wholesomo criticism coupled with a remedy Is a bettor Any student of the railway question knows that tho railways, carrying tho burdens that havo been fastened upon them by war prices and government control, cannot function without rates commensurate with tholr Increased expenses. Since 1917 froight rates in tho United States aro estimated to have increased on tho whole about 68 per coit and passenger fares about 45 per cont. During the samo period railway wages have increased moro than 100 per cent, whllo materials and supplies V' havolncreased from 100 to 200 per cent, and even more. thing. The Story of Our btates By JONATHAN BRACE rsrssssr.?. PENNSYLVANIA HE second adopt Jhe SUIUUOU e. II. Ikl tpi Thursday. The funoraf procession will Include iha cardinals, tho archbishops, the bishops, tho apostolic delegate and wlrtnally all tho priests in the diocese ot Maryland, which includes the DIs- ot all the church's MTders will be there tho abbots from ke monasteries in robes of white, hrmvn or black. Archbishop J. J. Glennon, of the . archdiocese of St. L6uls, will preach the fnaeral sermon. It Is notovor-.CI- y that it was Archbishop Glonnon cvbo preached tho sermon at Cardinal Gibbons' golden jubilee at tho cathedral In October 1911. News of Jhe cardinal's death spread thra. tho city rapidly and tho mourn-.-ta- s Practically ail the" was city-wid- e. courts Jn the city adjoumol when fitetcWng of tho bolls announced the lixrillnal's death. Judge Corner suspended procepdlngs In tho Superior CctBrt lor I've minutes, and thore was prolonnd silence In tho courtroom during that period. The samo was observed In other courtt. City Hell Tolled, ayor Droening called a special "julnt session of tho City Council for -- 5 o'clock Monday afternoon to take alablo action on tho cardinal's buth. It will bo a special session because tho Council has adjourned . .over tho Easter holidays to April 4. . As noon ns news of tha cardinal's reached him tho uayor urdor- sU the hell In tho domo ot tho City fiall tolled olghty-sl- x times, onco for ..aJh .voar of tho cardinal's Ufa. Ho T- - than dlractod that tho flag bo plac- at bull mast on tho City Hall and tiwqthar municipal buildings and kept . 4o until after the funoral. Jn tho afternoon mottsagos of ro- KTg,i poured Into the archloplscopel eirfdjenco from the cardinals friends tho country-at-larg- o . ; 'Fti ilaltlmoro, .and roa from, abroad. They wore xfmm Cntliollcs, Protectant and Jow - triet of Columbia. tah -- ,oei jjlshop John GarJucr ..uay, o: ship service within a tow years. P eunsylvanin. Air travel between London nnd Its area ot Paris-ha- s doubled In the past month, 45,120 square i owine to the reduction of French larger miles is transport companies, subsidized by thnn the coulblned Now EngFormerly 191 tho French government. land states, except Maine, with $50, tho fare Is now $30 and a furJersey thrown In for good New Its name means measure. ther reduction Is anticipated. Aerial strapholding will soon be an ac"Peuu's Woodland" unu was so named by King Charles II, who complished fact If the domand for granted this territory to the aerial travel Increases at Its present Quaker, William Pcnn, and rate. named It In commemoration of. Penn's. father, who had been a Farmers ana others who live at a distinguished, admiral nnd on distance from a drug store should friendship nnd terms of peculiar keep In the house a bottle ot Ballard's intimacy with the royal family. It may bo needed Snow Liniment. This grant was made In lieu of at any time for cuts, wounds, sores, f 10,000, which the king owed Admiral Penn. On this basis It It is a pow- snralns or rheumatism. originally cost about 2 a square healing and penetrating remedy. orful mile. Price 25c, 50c and ?l.oo per Dome. assumed Pennsylvania has m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. among 6uch an Important place ' m tho states that It Is often called REPORT UNUSUAL CASE tho Keystone state. This term OF SLEEPING SICKNESS originally wns probably derived because her name was carved Boston, March 26. One of the on the keystono of tho bridge ..n TtrxtSr n.nnlr llAIVaAn Wflfifla most extraordinary cases of sleeping sickness to come to tho attention ot lngton and Georgetown. Later on It was nppuea on account oi mo tho Stato Department ot Health Is great Importance of tho state In that ot Arthur, A. Clark, n'ltioual elections. Its delegason of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Clark, congress totals 38, section to For several weeks the of Wakofleld. ond only In size to that from boy has been suffering from the New York, nnd Pennsylvania strange malady. accordingly has 88 presidential Tho first threo days of his sickelectors. ness ho had a mania tor clipping picWllllum Penn first came over to America In 1082. Tho followtures out ot newspapers aitd maga ing year ho laid out tho city of zincs. He kept that up for sovonty-tw- o "Brotherly or Philadelphia, hours and then succumbed to Love," which was named after sleep. a biblical city In Asia Minor. As The youngster manages to keep his Pennsylvania was the only coloy3 open and knows In a vaguo way ony without a seucoust, Peim I what ho is doing for about a half obtained from tho duke of York hour In tho morning and the samo tho control of Delaware, and unlongth of time In tho afternoon. At til llw. Tlnvnliitlmi tlipso trn provinces were under tho samo theso times he Is fed light food. Then H.inJnln m. fiin.nmnnf flllfir. i he goes back to sleep. rnlu with Mnrvlnnri OVPP bound- urles caused n formal survey Bad breath, bitter tasto, dizziness ? to be mado by two surveyors, j nnu a genera: no nccoum iceimb o Mason and Dixon, nnd It was i a guro slgn oI 0 lorpId jjver jiorblno this which became famous du- i- i medlolno needed. It makes tho Til UOdSn' hiver active, vitalizes th, blood, regu- S: t. mark between tho slave and tho I lntcs the bowels and restores a tino 1? $ fnnllni' nt nnercv nnd cheerfulness. . !..!.... Sold by Ohio County ( by McCiuro Nowpapr syndicate.) 2 Price 60c. 2 fnnmnnv. in .....-.- .. lJrt-'"'s'""- j?5zP k s lsctK to stateCon- wua General Sykes firmly believes that nother year's experimental work will prove conclusively that an airship transport service can be run (suc cessfully. He is taking great In terest in the construction now being undertaken by tho Fairey Company, air and predicts a British-America- Ultimately, the burdensome costs of producing transportation will bo lower. In tho meantime, the basic freight rato cannot be lowered if the country's transportation plant is to function. Tho public's stake Is primarily In having a railway plant nt all and In keeping It at service pitch. Tho railway's stake is In oarnlng enough not Income to maintain Itself and attract tho necessary capital to improve itself so that service can be rendered. America Is sound to tho core; American business principles aro sound; and wo should not bo disheartened over'conditlons. However, this Is a time when clear thinking is needed a time to stand tor tho principles that gave to America tho greatest and nost efficient system, ot railways in tho world. Above all, It Is not a time to lend encouragement to thoso who aro seeking to fasten permanently upon the railways the very evils from which they aro now struggling to freo themselves. Constructive criticism and suggestions aro invited. s n lllyp Vfttt C. H. MARKHAM. President, Illinois Central Sybtom. s THE UNIVERSAL CAR Every Ford Product a Helper. t.--L i fcl Nows the time to buy that Ford Car or Ford Track or Fordson Tractor. Never were higher quality materials woven into these great utilities; never have prices been more reasonable, nor that dependable and excellent so complete. " Machine work is always more precise than hand work. The speeial tools and machines in our garage are the same as those beg ing used and recommended because of their precision and qualities, by the Ford Motor Company. Our modem and equipment makes it possible for us to do any work on your car, track or Fordson tractor from a minor adjustment to a complete overhaul. 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H fTl otk M ttuuKnrr.u'; wry faces nnd protests, but It can do after his election, chose to go to Pan- this matter was no Idealist but a very ftSSfe & . vfc3WiwwigfrtL i UB m B H H H H pr. i LuA SB h nothing unless It wants to go to war. ama for his vacation, and mado no practical nnd diplomat i Vet Contents lSriuidDmolimi bones of to Ir Erie Acts Harmful To U. S. Must Tho Interference in Aincrlm. to study tho tho fact that ho wanttdo a- - training' Drummond passed thru the chlof thing attempted was of tho Ilrltlsh Foreign Of situation on tha srot Be Undone If Nation havo tho Lcnguo of Nations Council, to bo ablo to advlso Congrtsj "rh't fice from 1000 to 1912, ho was o IV'iJ'f! For Infants and Chii in tho closing weoks of tho Wilson to do about fortifications of tho secretary to the Prime Minister Enters League. "?SC Administration, sew up tightly tho cannl and other problems. Im- for threo years, and was privato secIHSP mandates which would glvo to mediately after his roturn he told retary to tho astuto Mr. Balfour afFrancd, Japan, Italy and Greece leaders of tho Senato ho wanted tho ter that until ho was put In charge of EUGENE J. YOUNG nbsoluto and oxclusivo tltlo over va- treaty with Colombia ratified; the tho League machinery. Ho comes of (In Tho Courier-Journal- .) rious portions of tho territories treaty whereby, for a consideration of ono of tho old British families to Now York, March 26. If ho En- from our Into enemies. This $25,000,000, Colombia would sur- whom tho omplro is religion betonto Allies nnd tho League of Na- schomo was stopped only by tho vig- render all tho rights she J AVcGotalicftcparau'mfarAs clalmato ing heir tb tho Earl of Perjh and he tions expect tho qf tho orous noto from Mr. Wilson Insist- sovereignty ovor Panama cmimTinoinpiouauYiu:xui and the would undoubtedly act ns British In3:3 E United States In futuro they must un- ing on the rights of America. liniilhcStonmchsand Dovreljrf.. canal. Since. Mr. Harding has been terest might dictate. 7vv do somo of tho things thoy "put Tho Conferences of Paris and Lon- in otffco he has continued to press In considering these Interests, Jur across" In tho Paris Pence Confcr-fcnc- o don undertook to sottlo tho German for ratification, and has gained a isdiction over tho Panama Cannl ' izsl 'Is and In their later councils at tho and Near Eastern questions boforo promlso that n vote will be taken not tho only thing to 'iiif pllicrcbyPromoilnaDKcston bo weighed. The expense of American Interests. tho now Administration took of flea; early In tho special session of Con- British Government nnd tho great Chccrfulnessanaucsiwiiuu That Is plainly ono of tho funda- tho British sought to havo tho ques- gress. neither Opium.Morphlncnor rh7. rivalry over oil supplies between the mentals of tho Harding-Hughe- s for- tion of tho debt to America similarly Iincra!.NoTAcoxiv Why this haste? It Is not neces- American companies, backed to a cereign policy which Is being dovelopod closed. Quiet American opposition XaijZTiMcSAxmia&z sary to violate any confidence to tain oxtent by our Government, conies with romarkablo rapidity and deci- - met all theso schemes. JarpJMa why. M,r. Harding Into play in this Intrigue. As I told toll exactly I Senna slvoness. But thoro wore other things nearer found in Panama that agents of Bri briefly above tho British havo been Instead of seeing America sink Into home that closely affected tho deepest tain, Japan and other nations repre- very active In trying to get posses:3sro j tho "Isolation" of which they havo JtormSril I policies of tho United States. rv sented on the Council of lite League sion of oil regions in all the lands SSs talked so much, European stntci- At tho end of tho do la Huorta ad- of Nations werojjusliy engaged In try- surrounding tho Caribbean and their men behold this country jumping ministration In Mexico, British oil ing to porsuade tho Colombia governm- methods havo laid tho foundation for a WnfnIRcmedyrof , right Into tho middlo of things with Interests, controlled by tho Govern- ent-to force tho Issue over Panama serious disputes with American fnter-cst- s GonstlpatlonantlDiarrhoea 'I' Mil demand that It shall bo accord- ment, by somo means which may bo and tho Washington Govern and the canal before the league. and rcvcnsnni" ed equal nnd just recognition nnd the easily guessed, ob.alncd vast conces&&? And Mr. Harding was convinced, ment. LOSS Ora"1" rights of n World Power of its im- sions Is. rullin4lhcrefromMnjnfanqr. Their method has been to deal wz w lor drilling nnd producing "11 nnd tho responsible leaders of the i r- portance and strength. which threaten somo of tho moa: im- Senate barring tho Roosevelt ele- with any sort of a Government, get Tac Simile jnatorcot It will tnko up world pence nnd portant American properties. ment havo become convinced that concessions and then try to back disarmament with nations which nro It would be worth i to them up. Tho vast drilling rights ThoLeagUo of hut on making n"world condition in neva meeting, withNation.! nt its Ge- havo an unquestioned$25,000,000 tho thoy got in Mexico recently were se- rri2s' JaiCEOTAmCoWK' title to tho United States which all shall have a fair chanco; - -- o membership canal as a matter of Insurance against cretly acquired as tho tie la Huerta admlttcd-t- o lull If It bus to (leal with Nations outside, was about to turn complications that otherwise might administration whkli Insist that tho world uluill be Costa Rica, which had been barred bo raised by nntions which look with over affairs to General Obregon, who nt tuo direct inntnnco of apportioned nuuoiif themselves for on tho possession by tho had been chosen by the peoplo. Simitlivlr own .selfish Interests, then it the United States. Great Britain then United States of up with oil concessions to this vital trade larly in Costa Blca they played on will hac to depend on its power to tinned feelings of Gen-orlargo areas In that country obtalnpd route and strategic naval key between tho defend juiri pilii Its right. Exict Copy of Wrapper. TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY. NtW YOHK CfTT although they had long Tinco (ho Tinico Government, wh'ch the Atlantic and Pacific. from .Stronj SUind Already Taken. denounced him as and tho United States had refused to reWlint AVus the Pnnamn Plot? gained such "rights" as would glvo Hero aro things which havo already cognize Then before Air. Harding and Mr. been made evldont: Japan and Britain obtained fuithcr Hughes could tako a good grip on af them control of almost half tho coun-r(1) Tho League of Nations will concessions In Colombia and Utrred When Tinico was overthrown he strange, little war be fairs,, carao promptly went to England. In Venenot bo permitted to extond its author- up feeling against America because tween Costathnt In RIcaxand Panama. problems, of the nonratltlcation of the ity over many years of familiarity with such zuela, Ecuador, Colombia and Cenparticularly thoso of tho Caribbean American countries they have in trenty. things, I havo seen no stranger. Not tral Sea and tho Panama Canal. Then, most peculiarly, at the mo- a word of warning had como before-hnn- d. dulged in similar practices. (2). Tho British, in particular, ment the Administration changed in It is only fair to state that the Suddenly, alter years of squab will not bo pormlttcd to displace Am- Washington tho moment when somo bling over somo backward districts, British excuse their activities on the . ground only chanco to erican interests in Mexico, Costa Rica decision might bo expected Costa Costa Rica is i undertook to seize them compete that it the their countries Itlca suddonly made an attack on great American oil nnd other with by force. Tho American Government by means of concessions gained from Panama. And the British sccrotary- companies, which ,havo also been Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares TBat rkWrnetx. no foreknowledge that any such busily engaged In getting concessions revolutionary governments which the gcnoral of tho League of Nations, has had Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared troublo was expected, otherwise Its United States has not recognized. tened to tnke tho trouble. In hand naval fojees would have been on tho thruout this region. They also Much Sickness and Worry. (3) The Wilson policy of Inslsf-in- g and assert the jurisdiction of the spot. To use tho old simile, that if America insists It is enit was titled to a voice In tho exploitation that the territories taken from league over It. a bolt out of tho blue. mum bo administered for of Persia, Mesopotamia and PalesNavasota, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was. Had these arid other schornes suc. There wero threo very curious feathe benefit of all and not for tho ceeded tho United States would in- tures to this Incident; firstly, the Cos- tine tho British aro entitled to' share of this place, relates the following interest- just lifeless. in tho riches of tho Carrlbean. benefit of tho Empires holding them deed have been "Isolated," and not ta Rican coup was timed ing account of how she recovered 'her "I heard of Cardui and after Tea&S for tho very Something is to be said in favor of strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble a will bo backed up. All Africa, moment when" tho Wilson- - Harding by As own preference. was pulling me down. I sent for Car&r (4). Japan will not bo permitted all the Near East, tho Orient and exchange of positions was under way; such arguments. The trouble is, actually losing her health: "Health is the greatest thing in the and began it. . . Central Europe would have pre tho moment when the United States however,. that in pushing their oil tto shut off cablo communlcatlou-wlt- h "Iiia very short while afterlic Chlncr or to close tho "open door" sented shut doors, and tho league, might bo caught off its guard; sec campaign the British are also bring- world, and when you feel tltat gradually ing in big, politics and questions of slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment 1 saw as would have been securely-ensconse- d either to that country or Siberia. ondly, tho British Secretary-Gener(5) Undo Sam will not consent to In tho neighborhood of tho Panama of tho Lenguo of Nations, Sir Eric the safety of America. Already they tip and take notice. That is what I did provement and it wasn't longunliJI disarm himself and leavo great em- Canal with tho groundwork already Drummond, hastened to send cable- and other interested nations are be- somi time ago when I found myself in a all right good appetite, spIendKI scs2, condition of and mudt stronger so that I easily duisa-houspires in possession of tho trade of laid for stirring, up trouble between grams to tho two Governments Invit- ginning to twist the League of Na- very nervous, run-dowork. health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless tho world, the keys to tho trade Colombia and tho United States over ing them to submit the affairs to the tions Into channols where it is com"Later I took a bottle of Cardtii as as. ing full tilt against vital American 3 could hardly go at all. tho means of communica tho tltlo to that waterway. routes nnd (league; thirdly, a British watship "I was just no account for work. I tonic. I can recommend Cardui amlgfcS What the eminent league statesmen was hovering near the scene of the Interests. If thoy continue such protion. ly do so, for if more women knew, U& (C ) He will beg gently, to re- evidently did not appreciate is that trouble ready to act If orders came. cesses they will find the new Ad- won'd get a bucket of water and would would save a great deal of worry will havo some very eel so weak I would have to set it down mind the othor Powers concerned that tho American national game is baseWhen wo remember that tho ministration sickness." his troops broko tho Gorman front ball; that baseball calls Tor team-pla- y, League of Nations could not bo per- strong things to say, and it will have oefore I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. The enthusiastic praise of thousaaisriK at Soissons, nt Mont Blanc, at tho and thnt tho "assist" Is a vital suaded, or even pushed, Into taking powerful financial and economic wea- In this condition, of course, to do even other women who have found rtTna Hlndcnburg lino and in tho Argonne, part of tho play. What defeatod them action onToland and Russia last year, pons and others, if necessary to my housework was a task almost im helpful should convince you that & asa possible to accomplish and that ho did Quito a number of was something that might bo scored that It has been very slow to act In back up its demands. "1 was . . . wrvous'and easily upset r0rth ? things to win tho war, and thus: other any trouble except when British intaa, A TimelySuggcMloiij. HARDING to LODOE to DAVIS to terests in Persia were threatened last docs not intend to bo ignored in tho Tho next time you have a cough or WILSON. settlement of tho victory. autumn this sudden, ncute interest cold try Chamberlain's Cough Remo-- - CHICAGO TO "CATCH" been called to the State Board's atOr thus: will bo held that In the (7). It in an opera bouffo affair certainly WILSON to DAVIS to LODGE toH had somo deeper meaning than a dy. It is pleasant to take and you NEW YORK, AT LAST tention. He anticipates a great reabsenco of ratification by tho Scnato nre sure to be pleased with-threlief duction in influenza this year, 3e . tho settlements mado at Versailles HAKDING. . mere desiro to save tho lives of a few which it affords. This remedy has says that the growing familiarity XT InIn other words thoy found no aro not binding on America. ThereChicago, March 26. At last Chi a wide reputation for its cures of physicians In Kentucky with Uta fore every ono of tho settlements is terregnum, no division between. AdBut, the Wilson to Davis to Lodge cago sees a chance to catch up with m comm'uiiicablb diseases to subject to review onco moro under ministrations, no moment when they to Harding (or Hughes) combination caughs and colds. New York. The consummation of be reported probably will causa cCSer- of tho American peoplo could take advantage of tho passing worked- - as smoothly as ever did the tho mandato years oft waiting is made possible by TELLS AUSTRALIANS diseases to have larger figures given in the last election ,and action of an ill President and his aloofness old infield of the Athletics or any othTO VISIT AMERICA a change in time. Tomorrow Chica by the Alllod Supremo Coun- from his successor, or his successor's er Infield on tho diamond. When Sir taken go will adapt daylight saving, advanc cil under these settlements also can- aloofness from him. Eric dashed madly for first ho Melbourne, March 26. Americans ing the clock one hour. That means Mr. Wilson and Mr. Harding, al- found the ball nestling securely In know as much not bo considered as final. about Australians as when It is noon in New York it also though they did not meet found tho mitt of that astuto American, Mr. they know about tho people of Mars, will be noonJn Chicago. But April by (ho Allies l'rmoked policies so Hughes, whose rlse to high place Of courso, theso things havo not moans to dovetail their while Australians know as much 25 New York will .adopt daylight savthat at no moment were tho vital was based on his ability to see into about Americans as they know about ing and Chicago will go back to her been set forth so badly as stated untho middle o( Intrigues. hero by either Mr. Hughes or Mr. interests of tho United States left the canibals at tho head of the Fly old place ono hour behind New guarded. It was an exhibition of Intrigue Not Abandoned. Harding". Dut putting together what River In New Guinea. This is tho York. rising abovo partisan Whatever tho plot might havo been belief of Lowell Thomas, the Ameri The difference in closing hours of has boon said by members of tho Americanism politics which can hearten citizens of It had no chanco really to get under Administration, either oponly or in can war correspondent, expressed re- tho banks and stock exchange will party. way. An American ultimatum was cently before the British empire cause somo contusion in Chicago and their tnlks with correspondents, and any loyal "Mr. Wilson accepted the result of sent to the warring nations, Ameri league here. New York financial circles untlLtho tho action taken on problems as thoy arisen, It Is easy to soo tho out- tho "solomn referendum" and put tho can warships proceeded to the scenes existing old schedule of "Chicago one hour havif Tho dlfforenco of opinion Department practically at the of hostilities and prepared to send behind New York" Is in effect again. lines of a policy that is not Improvisa State Harding to carry out landing parties ashore to clean up between Americans and Australians, Intorurban railroad schedules will tion, but has been well thought out as service of'Mr. Mr. Thomas said, is duo to the lack to tho mandato of tho American peo tho situation, it necessary. The nf ncnualntance. The onlv wav In be on "daylight saving" timeL The tho result of tho British warship failed to put in an f whlch thQ mutual ignorance could be time ot arrival and departure ot which tho nation and its leaders have ple. Under Secretary of State Norman appearance and Sir Eric Drummond dispelled Is by the exchange of visits transcontinental trains will remain been put during tho last two years. Possibly wo might not havo had so H. Davis was tho medium of commu- busied himself sending out. from, Ge- between the peoples of the two coun- unchanged, aa they will operate on Wilson, side and he neva assurances that the League welulck and sharp a revolution of theso nication on tho tries. Australians should seize the standard time. had not tho Entento Allies worked in close touch with Senator comed Jtho mediation ot the United opportunity to visit America during ollcics majority of tho Senato States as the best way to settle tho STATE HAD 34,071 ' nd tho Loaguo of Nations provoked Lodge and the their Journeys to Great Britain. INFLUENZA OASES Dut tho fact is that Foreign. Relations Committee, who, matter. howdowns. Stti wero in closo touch with Mr. Yot the lntriguo had not been Why Colds nro Dangerous thoso Powers compelled uecisrvo In turn, On every Important move abandoned. Sir Eric has encouraged You aro often told to "bowaro ot action by a series of ques- - Harding. counter I have telephones and appLouisville, March Influenza was Yap upward and Panama and Costa Rica to make re- a cold," but why? We will tell you: lonablo moves which were curiously that was rnado, from 0 responsible for 34,071 of tho in stock. Make speMr, "Davis and Mr. Lodge ports to him on their views and has Every cold weakens the lungs, lowImed bo that full advantage could be downward, cases of communicable disease wero in full accord. told them, in tho face of the action ers the vitality and paves the way for reported to the State Board of Health cialty of repair work: HT aken of any .weakness in American And when tho Harding Adminls- - ot the United States, that "The Coun- tho more serious diseases. Peoplo Qfooom.nnsllll) dUO to dUforgOnClOS last year, tho report of J, F. Black-erb- y, you need Wire, Brackets. ' hk power mo nrsi ipmg u cil will bo happy to be informed ot who contract pneumonia first take between tho attitudes of Mr. Wilson " State Registrar j)f Vital Stauuu any further developments." An As- cold. The longer a cold hangs on, tistics, to Dr. A. T., McCormlck, State Pins, Spools, Insulators, fe-Ium wus lo. ,mvu ",r "UY"' mrt Mr. Harding. Secretary so there bhould sociated Press dispatch from Geneva, the greater tho danger, especially To one whoso experience loads to ns Under Health Officer shows. The disease sulated Wire, Lightning: of tho ways ot European bo no break n this nonpartisan pro- evidently inspired by the same source, from the germ diseases, as a cold next most prevalent was measles, resters, Switches, or any parfe: illstrust Informs us that "Although no of- propares the system for the reception of which 4,919 cases wero reportilnlomacy it looked as though somo cess, Why Harding Wants Hosto. ficial statement is made, the impres- and development ot the germs of con- ed. Other- - disease of which more for a telephone, call, statesmen thought tho ill eminent Ono of tho big reasons why -- tho sion Is gaining that tho two nations sumption, diphtheria, scarlet fevor joss of Mr. Wilson, the bitterness be than a thousand cases wero report or phone me. A few secoodJ" tween him and tho Republicans, tho American people so emphatically vot- will ultimately submit their dispute and whooping cough. The quicker ed aro pneumonia, diphtheria, smallhand 'phones in stock. Mrpapparent lack of touch between tho ed against tho League ot Nations as it to the League rather than the United you got rid of your cold, the less pox, scarlet fever, syphilis, typhoid, the danger of contracting one of these and tuberculosis. tual phone No. 1. autgolng Administration and the in- - was devised in tho Paris Conference States." In other words, the League asserts diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Rem:onxfng one nnd tho probable unread- - was tho suspicions that European cases of communicable The 57,440 ness of new officials quickly to do- - diplomacy had designs on tho Mon- Its jurisdiction and its readiness to edy has a great reputation as' a cure diseases reported, according to Dr. happened In the contest with the United States, it nec for colds and can be depended uponT McCormack. do not represent nearly 'lno policies, offered an opportunity roe Doctrine. What Panama-Cpst- a Rica dispute and what essary, the rlghhtto paramount inter- - It Is pleasant to take. m all ot the coso which should have o them to present Mr. Hording with Beaver Dam,"Ky. HARDING IS FIRM at r 1IHM - woll-traln- -- pri-vM- mn 5SL iVrwmSi MO uir"3: Genuine Caste Drl-tnl- n, con-quor- m EASniRlil m Mothers Know Always wsi MntMn"i J , Signatoey lip ma JtV m , v ussr k AA For Ovsr Thirtu Yoarcs' "i: 1 NEYxyiis th's-ctoto- 'CASTORi antl-Amerlc- an al y. Latin-Americ- $26,-000,0- 00 IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY SUPPED? Latln-Amcrlc- an de-cla- ro Gc-rlm- ny .. n al e x. Mdni"X'- o Latin-American- s. g Telephones, -- -- soul-soarchi- No Need to Walt: a 57,-44- lies Ar write' - W. G. Mufelfc 73 J mjmu jrfjbiB.jAmi' "!'" jftimiui'M iji &' ' . A.., The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by .HAItTFOlW PltlNTINO COMPANY niado to work In double harness with Debs or somo other congonlnl tcam-mat- o for something like a decado a splendid plcco of work will have boon , completed. summoned and convened for tho spethy cial purposo of Investigating hanging of tho negro at Versailles by that mob, was certainly a hard working bunch. It was In session o only a few hours, yet examined witnesses, and used about a barrel of whitewash. It might hnvo been in session two or threo minutes longer tho, had it said anything at all about tho mob or mob rule. Our guess lSHjiat it ran out of whitewash and not desiring to loaf on the job, simply reported and was discharged. twen-ty-flv- STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) soo somo Incorporated Everynow and thon wo That Woodford County Grand Jury fair damsel on tho street W. 8. TINBM3V, Editor nml llitslncss Mnnngcr. who reminds us of a W, O. W. Unvalllng, only wo can't Just toll at which end It started, or whethor It's up or down. Somo things we've lost all hopo of Pen Hudson riding a over seeing: horso in a walk; Bill Schleincner voting a ticket; llol Riley and Mut Hunter rofuslng to take discount; Kalsor Rial enlarging his popcorn and peanut.bags and I. D. Claire oddly stringing another ropo of beads. dusty-bone-dry LLIKEN SHOES Tho -- o Entered according to law at the Yostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall 'matter of the second class. Address The IflHlteai 'Shoo l all communications to Hartford Republican. GS9, V NOTICE TO SU11SCMHERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must glvo the old iddress In making tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Tor lino, and 8c per lino for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Gc for at Thanks, lc per vjord, and money each head lino and slgnautro, In advance. rimMii Vntlroa for Rorvlces freo. lo por Irat other advertisements, Anonymous communications Tecelvo no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland .1KKIDAY Take care of the little feet. They must have room to develop normally. Doc,. Riley said last Tuesday morn-- 1 will 59 123 APKIL 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS si For County and' District Offices. to announce We are authorized the candidacy of the following citizens, subject to the action of the Republican party In the primary election August 6, 1921: For Representative. IRA JONES Arnold. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. For Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. V. A. MATTHEWS Pordsvllle. Beavor Dam. O. N. STEWART For County Judge: MACK COOK Hartford. W1NSON SMITH Select. W. S. DEAN Dundee. , OTTO C. MARTIN For County Attorney. Hartford. For Sheriff. Beda. -- zation. Tho best marketing experts of tho .Country were in attendance and plans submitted and adopted. It is now up to tho growers to study theso plans, of which they may become familiar by careVil reading and attendance of farm bureau meetings and other gatherings for tho enllght-meand advancement of tho farmer. Representatives of some six tobacco growing states attended tho Louisville gathering and it seems, without nn exception, tho plans as submitted were approved, and accepted. We are firmly convinced that In no other manner possible to devise, will tho tobacco grower ever be able to realize his fair stiare of the fruits of his toll, because he must sell at prices, after delivering his product at the doors of he buyers, at whatever a and speculators very few dealers elect, and wo belleVe generally agree in advance, to dolt out. Hasty of a few growers of a multieach acting of organizations, tude separately and most generally Inde pendent of tho other has never gotten the participators anywhere, and never will. Strength and unity is what is needed and what must prevail ft real good and justice is to be had in the matter of the sale of a product such as tobacco. We, B our humble way, would urge that tobacco growers familiarize themselves with the plans promulgated and if tho proposition appears feasible, ' as it must be, because so many experts heartily, approve it, give it their undivided support and allegiance. nt As a result of the meeting of To- Ing that It any candidate or candibacco Growers In Louisvillo, tho first dates wanted him to pledge himself of this week, hope for tho weed pro- they .could get his undivided and unducers seems In a fair way of reali- conditional "I am for you" by doing something for him that would have some tendency to dispel tho Easter squall. Doc looked dry enough to crack open when ho. said it, too. General good health in the community always brings tho blues to the undertakers, and Docs are happiest right In the midst of an epidemic, while Lawyers never like quiet, orderly laymen who mako amicablo and lasting agreements, without cost and attorney's fees attached. In short .vhe.i tne 1 eoplo are going good and swio.h, in high gear tho other dragging alon On one classes cylinder, in lo". The Best Shoes for Children No Cramped Tdes the little feet can grow as nature intended. You know, as well as we, that the foot of a growing child should have a shoe of the right shape. But has it ever occurred to you that the weight and general construction of the shoe is fully as important? BILLIKEN SHOES are not made to remedy foot ills they PREVENT them. And "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" in any market. Consider these important points sole. They BIELIKEN SHOES are as flexible as a hand-turne- d are as durable as a welt and as comfortable as a stocking. They give a'dequate protection to the tender foot of the child and permit of normal development." They're the right kind of shoes for all kinds of wear, and there are enough style varations to satisfy every & in WILL A CKEAM. SEPA- - ' ItATOIt PAY? For your information wo have a Babcock Tester. Wo will bq glad to tost your cows to seo if you aro keeping boarders or producers and if you will bring us a sample of your skimmed millk we will show you that if you are keeping as many as three cows you can pay for a Separator In less than a years time with tho cream that you feed to your pigs and calves. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, SHARPLES SEPARATOR AGENTS, Hartford, Ky. 39t2 -- . ' need. .. - Priced According to Size o- 12 BELIEVED DEAD AS BLAST RESULT George p. jones Hartford. G. A. RALPH Bi C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. CICERO CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford. MALIN D. HEFLIN Centertown, -- J For County Clerk: ROY H. FOREMAN West Beavor Dam. 1SOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rbb Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Rosiner J. E. MITCHELL Dundee .E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. i . JAMES A. TATE Hartford. ' 31 A. EMBRY Baizetown. ' CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING Hartford. Sunnydale. B. A. LEE HartHARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. 5. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, Route 1. McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON For Jailer: ! ' ' For Tnv Commissioner D. EDWARD Hartford, Route 3. G. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. KOY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. For Magistrate, (District No. 1) J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 1 2. 1 (District No. 2.) W. C. KNOTT Centertown. (District No. 3) ' JN. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. (District No. 4.) J. W. CHEEK Askins. (District No. 6.) J. A. EDGE Dundee. DUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. (Distrclt No. 7.) J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. J. N. LOGSDON Roslne. f As a result during tho War, Eugene V. Debs has many bars on his front. of the war and his :J)It Onco upon a timo we heard quite of tho long and short haul, but Judging from the size of tho freight tills wo pay, wo Imagine the railroads 3iavo abandoned tho short haul JK 'Gono Debs seems to havo went .right out, turned right around and wont right back again. It one Oxo- var C. Borgdoll can uo lasoeci ana -- Kodaks now $8.00 up. Drownles now $2.00 up. "If it isn't an Eastment it isn't a market Cattle Tho midweek Kodak," neither is it a Dronio. very modorate supply. brought out a Few changes were noted in values We sell only genuine Eastman goods. compared to tho first day of the week There is none "Just as good" and if there wore any bettor wo would and a fairly good outlet took the best sell them. Selected Eggs from my fino Bar- .butchers at steady prices; medium Send us your finishing. grades slow but about steady. red Rocks as follows: Quotations: Prime heavy steers Satisfaction guaranteed. Pen No. 1 $3.00 for 15; $5.00 $8.5008.75; heavy Bhlpplng steers for 30. Co. Pen No. 2 $1.50 for ID; $3.00 for $8 8. CO; medium $7.50 8; light fat belters $6.5008.50; 30. $7.508; The Nyal Store Large lot 'prices on application. fat cows $5.75 7.50; medium cows BEAVER DAM, KY. $405.75; cutters $304; cannors $2 The early hatch pays the best. JNO. B. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. 02.50; bulls $4.50(06; feeders $60 Special attention to mail orders. - LOUISVILLE MARKETS. We note an article in our esteemed contemporary this week, advocating the continuance of the clvij service In tho matter of appointments of It's a foregone conpostmasters. clusion that Democrats, as a general proposition are violently opposed to disturbing civil service appointees this is now existing, especially in stat-j.neck of the woods. As herein on more than one occasion, civil service, if allowed to be construed and applied by and for Democrats Is We have pretty most admirable. sort of civil service much tho same rules, in name, rns was found by the said Democrats when they came into power eight years ago. As a matter of course Wo do not profess to know Just how it is, and lias been applied In tho Country generally, nor thru-otho state of Kentucky, but to take our own dear County of Ohio in particular, to start with Centertown, It is held down by a Democrat, Hart ford !ltto, and the same is true of . uiavu.i, Dundee, Forusviue, iNurruw, nlntnn Horse Branch, Roslne, Beaver Dam, Cromwell, McHenry Rockport, and let's see, what other offices are to be found, yes there Is Deanfield, or Is It Aetnaville? While Ruu, Renfrow, n.iizetown and Select, of the political complexion of Postmasters of theso latter points we know nothing ai ait. nut nt some there is perhaps not m'ore than one person who could be induced to accept the office, then too But judgthey pay next to nothing. ing from what has transpired at uomo of the other points it there was a single Democrat who desired the office ho got it, regardless of the now much talkd of civil service. Even the application of a'Rpublican for Rural Carrier has been a standing Joko, where there was a Democrat who the nlaco. Merit has not been consfdered, but on the other hand a man's politics has been the deeming factor, and local referee or referees hav done tho naming of Postmasters and also new rural carriers for somo tlmo, even during tho hoy day of civil service. ,It Is now beyond tho power of theso fellows to pick appointees and of course they want things to remain as they are. 4 EGGS I EGGS! d, ut Chicago, March 29. Tho casualty list in tlio mysterious explosion in a warehouse in the West Side Italian tenement district today still was Indefinite tonight. A quadruple investigation by branches of the city government also had been unable to establish definitely tho cause of the disaster. Six bodies had been recovered from Six more were betho wreckage. lieved to bo in it, and the list of into jured was set at from seventy-fiv- e 100. Chief of Police Fitzmorrls announced after a personal survey of the scene that indications were that ignition in some unknown way of more than a ton of fireworks stored in a small building next door to the warehouse caused tho explosion. Scores of fireworks labels, percussion caps, pieces of firecrackers and torpedoes were found after the blast. Other theories as to the cause of tho disaster were faulty gas mains and bombs, but tho police were inclined to ignore theso after an investigation. - COOPER BROTHERS BEAVER DAM. KY. milch 8.50; stockcrs $5.50S-,25cows ?20 SO. Calves Market slow In starting, with trade finally moving on a basis Best voals $1 and $1.25 lower. medium to good veals $4G; common to medium $3 04. Hogs Demand active, but prlcos showed a quarter decline In sympathy with all other markets. Host hogs .'00 pounds and up, cold at S9 -73; 15.0 to 200 pounds m'.i'o: pig 90 to 120 pounds, $9; UO pounds dtfwn $S; throwouts $6.50 down. Sheep and Lambs Few changes in either f.l.cep or lamb valuer MoU of tho day's offerings direct to local killers. He3t sheep $4 down: luclu $2.50 down. Best Iamb from $7 0 9; choice springers higher; seronds ; $S.-750- 9; This Store has come to be the Vaist Center of this town by virtue of the unusual ' waist values that are always obtainable here $506. Produce Local produco dealers quote buying prlcesas follsw, net to shipper, tho shipper paying freight and dray-ag- e .... id LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN One black r.nd tan gyp hound; one-ye- ar charges: old, white spot on left fore paw, Eggs tflc dozen. puie, English red bono, red toe nails. Poultry Hens 20c lb.; largo FRED ROBERTSON, spring chickens 25c lb.; small 3iTc , Hartford, Ky.v fb.; old roosters 12013c lb.; stags 20c lb.; young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 IAVIA, ROUTE 2. turkeys 3Cc lb.; geese 12c Ibjj gui neas 30c oach; young guineas 50c Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mason on the 28th, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart and children and Misses Laura French, Alma Trogdon, Madalene Blair and Ocie Newcomb spent Sunday and Sun day night with Mr. G. L. French and family. Mr. C. L. Martin and family left Saturday for Tltusvlllo, Fla. Mr. Ernest Dodson and family, of Pleasant Ridge, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Otha Dodson. Mrs. Cleveland Whittaker and chil- -, with reladren spent the week-en- d tives at Owensboro. Masses Flora and Eula French were week-en- d guests of their sister, Mrs. Otis Clark. V New styles Authentic Styles Attractive, loo These waists are coming into our store continually. The prices are truly attractive, generally considerably lower than waists of like character. It is due to the special arrangements with the makers, that enab,le us to offer them at all times at very ex-- " ceptional prices. That-i- s making for the rapid ever-gr- popularity of our waist department. The models above illustrated are the newest Wirthmor cotton waists that are now on sale. owing prices - Reduction in Prices $2.00 and $2.50 They're WORTH MORE Wirthmor waists are sold here exclusively Beaver Dam Drug Carson '; "iidr-H- (L Cd. Hartford, Kentucky. H RauaililiWWWMi mm wrwwTwi5iSSSww5 rr M fv . Mr. Ira D, Hcan went to LouLivllIo, Wednesday. tfa uuninu aillts ..... ...o. tTninn..! TC1tf iiliuill onu in jlohisvimo, visiting t. IU81 WCCK- I . I her broth er, and doing somo shopping. Jgtf HHnHHnHanHHaiKHBBHKiiHBHi New Prices! To almost a pre-wlevel are our neW'prices on many new goods we ar The Ladles' Aid Socloty of tho M. Mr. Itobert Garson, of Loulsvillo, E. Church will moot with Mrsr C. M. who had been with his uncle, Mr. Alex Crowo Monday afternoon. . f Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, who has lison returned Carson, who dlod Monday at Nocreek, to Ills home Wednesday. qulto ill ening. thought to Judgo In at her home ho hero, was ev- better yesterday Wi H. names and stenograon, pher, Miss depositions. MUdred-Stephons- wero salo by WILLIAMS Start your llttlo chickens off on Pratt's Buttermilk Daby Chick Pood and bo assured of raising them. For & TAYLOn. 39t2 OwQiisboro Wednesday, taking 1 are daily receiving. You can buy Men's suits, former price $30.00, now $23.00 Men's hats, former price ?6.00,now 4.00 Men's oxfords, former price $12.50, now 8.95 Men's oxfords, former price $10.00, now 6.00 Men's shirts, former price $6.00, now 3.00 Men's silk shirts, former price $10.00, now. . 5.95 Men's sox, former price $1.00, now. 50 Men's ties, former price $1.50, now 1.00 Men's shoes, former price $10.00, now 6.00 Men's caps, former price $4.00, now 2.50 Men's Underwear, former price $2.50, now. . 1.50 Hcv. It. E. Fuqua filled his appointment nt Smallhous Daptlst Church Saturday and Sunday, and reorganiz Commonwealth's Attorney C E. ed tho Sunday School on tho latter Smith, will go to Owcnsboro Monday date. to bo In attendance of tho April term of tho Daviess County Circuit Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Taylor, City, aro tho parents of a nine pound girl, W. R. Wydlck, of Moorman, forborn Wednesday morning. Tho lit-tl- o merly assistant agent at the local L. lady has been christened Jean & N. R. R. Depot, was" tho guest of Paxton. frlend3 hero from Monday to County Agent, M. L. McCracken is expected to return from Loulsvillo, Tho Infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. today, whoro ho has been attending a Bon H. Bennett, of n6ar M,cIIenry, Tobacco Growers' and Farm "Bureau was dangerously scalded Wednesday meeting. by the overflowing of a kettle of boiling water. Mrs. W. L. Harrington of Denton, recently Joined Mr Harrington, who SETTING EGGS FOR SALE Barhas charge of tho Cumberland Telered Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island phone and Telegraph Co's. business Rcds pure stocki,eggs, 15 for $1.00; at this place. 50, for $3.00; 100 for ?6.00. My stock Is as good as any in tho county. Mr3. Ilowan Hollirook, City, will Also agent for tho Buckoye Incubareturn today from Owcnsboro, where tor and Brooder Co. WILshe went yesterday to visit her daughLIAMS. Call WILLIAMS & TAYter, Mrs. Henderson Murphreo and LOR, Hartford, Ky. Both phones. Mr. Murphree. Satisfaction guaranteed. 36tt Charlie Smith, 6f near town, was summoned to Boonvlllo, Ind., yesterday, on account of tho serlolis Illness of his brother-in-laRowo Dalzo. AVE SELL 2-Ro.- The Black Hawk, w, Edge Drop . : CORN PLANTER There's None Better. We also have a complete line of Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Plows and other farming implements of the best quality and make. I -- 1 New prices not only prevail in our Men's Department but throughout our entire stock. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. - Our Ladies' Department is well stocked with the newest creations that the preset market affords, and at the same pre-wprices. ar AJ. New goods added weekly. ' Our time is at your service. Come see the new things. ft i t 2 3 A' , a k y .v v i grades. This is quite an adImprovement. Traublo has been ex- for tho dition to'the school equipment. Tho perienced in getting the broken boner Sonora won the highest score for tone to reunite. at tho Panama-Pacifi- c International Exposition in 1915 and is truly the S. Howard, Superintendent E. highest class talking machine in the Mrs. Howard and their daughter, go to Bowling .Orc'en, world, an Instrument of quality as Triphena, will Seo The Hartford Republican Shingles! E.Shingles! & Shingles! 40t4 Monday, where Jir.' Howard will" at- clear as a bell. Advertisement. AV ELLIS BRO. tend a meeting of County School MARRIAGE LICENSES rniDAV APRIL I County Attorney, A. D. Kirk was In Will Calloway, Fordsville, to Nola Owcnsboro Wednesday, on le'gal On account of the Illness of one of play has been post- Crowe, Narrows. tho Seniors their PERSONAL NEWS Cook-se- y, poned until Tuesday evonlng, April . H. O. Lynch, Olaton to Cllda Olaton. AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Rowan Holbrook went to on 5. Reserved seats will bo on salo Roy' A. Johnson, Paradise, to Vir- Grebu Tuesday, returning tho abovo dato at tho Ohio County N glnia'jyilson. Route 3, Beaver' Dam. Corn and Timothy hay for salo. Stored . Drug Co.s' ' Lorenzo Hamilton, Rbute 0 to SaO. T. BURNS. 39U Mr. T. II. Black, City, was in arriv- die Wedding, Route C, Hartford. Ga., Phillip May, Ernest Ford, Routo 0 Itartford, to Planters, Louisville tho first of this week, on ed here Tuesday night to visit friends Hooticr Ono and Two-robusiness." go from here Ida V. Westerfleld, Routo 6, Hart& BROS.' Ho will 40U at W. E. EIjLIS and relatives. to Bu,ford, whero ho will spend somo ford. Estill Goff, Nelson, to Lizzie Goff, Highest Cash Tries paid for eggs time with his si3tor, Mrs. Robert MaHarold Holbrook mndo a business ""'" Nelson. ' and paultry. son, and Mr. Mason. trip to Owcnsboro Tuesday. i W. E. ELLIS & BRO. DID HE FIND IT? Wo haVo Lime, Plaster and Cement We will havo a car of Fertilizer 38t4 for salo. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harper, of in a few days" Special prices on 1C guests of per cent Acid Phosphnto and Tobacco A quarter of a century ago, or W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Nelson, were the week-en- d Grower for cash at car door. Get in more, tho County Authorities had the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Casebler. on these prices. stone base placed around tho court, Mr. Emmctt Render, of Routo 1, AV. E. ELLIS & BRO. house. Mr. Mike Crahan being tHo Wo have ono Low Corn King In Hartford Contertownr-w- as Spreader. contractor who did the work. That Tho prlco le right. Owing to illness of members of being in tho long-agwhen good W. E. ELLIS.& BRO. 40t4 the clas, tho Senior play "The Dear liquor was more plentiful than now, Otto C. Martin went to Louisville Miss Winnie Wilson, teacher of Boy Graduates" which was to have and by far more easily procured, and Frankfort Tuesday, Returning tho primary grades, gave her class been given last night, at the audi- tho contractor and officials, by way yesterday. toriums school building) has been of celebrating the completion or coman egg hun, at her homo, Sunday. postponed until April the 5th. mencement of the work, no difference Rockport, Mr. Addle Austin, of which, were reported to have placed Oliver Chilled nnd Vulcan Chilled was in Hartford Tuesday, on a busiHon. Alvis S. Bennett, chairman of a 'bottle of choice, old liquor under Plows and repairs. Seo us,, wo can ness, errand. ' savo you money. 40t4 tho Kentucky Workman's Compensa- the base at the northern comer of tion Board, spent Sunday, to Monday tho public square. Tho rumor has Riley, of W. EI ELLIS & BRO. Misses Hettle and Ruth here, the guest of relatives. Mr. Ben- always been current, but If it was, it Owcnsboro, worp guests 6f relatives M,rs. A. W. Mills, City, Is spending nett went from this placo to Owens-bor- Is not now, forborne enterprising Inhero Sunday. to hear evidence in a case conf-ln-g dividual or individuals, by means pf tho week with her daughter, Mrs. before the Board. grass and Ttmlor Westerfleld. and family, of crowbars dislodged tho cornerstone See us tor all kinds of l where the liquor was alleged to have Routo 2. field seeds. .Quality first. 1 Public Sulc Every Second and been secreted Tuesday night of this W. E. ELLIS & BRO. question EGGS FOR SALE Pure White Fourth Saturday In each month, we week. Tho most general Why pay, more when you can buy Plymouth Rocks $1 per setting of 15. will hold a Public Sale at the Court- with a lot of us is, did he or they find Apply J. F. BRUNER, Pres. house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring It? Tho tools were left upon the Leonard's Bulk Garden Seed at Whlto Rock Club, Hartford. In anything you have to sell and wo street and the owner may regain same & TAYLOR'S. 34tf WILLIAMS 39t2 will find you a buyer. . by applying at the County Judge's ofPARKS & YEISER, fice, fully identified be must be tho, to Rock-po- rt Miss Bessie Morton Gillesplo. of Mr. E. E. Blrkhead went Hartford, Ky. of course. Wednesday and from there to Louisville, spent from Saturday to m Monday here, the guest of her parRichmond, Ind., on business. Mrs. Julia Allen and daughter, who TRENTON OIL SAND IS ents, Mx. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie.. "REACHED IN HANCOCK havo been residing in the Bunger reWe aro prepared to till all orders Miss Cesna Shults, who has been sidence for some time, have temporafertilizer. See us for your needs. for 'Owcnsboro, Ky., March 20. Iocal W. E. ELLIS & BRO. teaching in Daviess County during rily stored their household effeqt 38t4 tho past few months has returned to and after spending tho summer with oil men are considerably exolted over Trenher homo'near town, for the summer. Mrs. Allen's children will return to tho finding of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mason, of their home In upper East Hartford, ton rock or lime oil sand in woll No. aro entertaining a now 2, being drilled by Messrs. Baggott, STOCK FOR SALE One register- in tho fall. boy, who arrived March 27. Luckett, Koener and other St. Louis ed, Polled Durham Bull, a few heifPratt's Buttermilk Baby Chick" men on tho Tom Jackson farm, Leslie Carden, of tho firm of C. B. ers and cows. Also one mare. . Pollvllle and ateavllle In HanFood raises every good chick. It E. P. BARNAD & SON, & Son, went to LouIbvIHo Cardon Hartford, R. No. 2. won't prevent losses from accldont, cock county. The sand was found at live 39t2p Monday, with a car load of but U does provent death from di- a depth of 1,338 feet this wedk. Oil stock. A. W. Logan, who had been In gestive troubles and the more com men who have visited the well are Mr. so of confident tho sand is tho famous James' 8. C. White Leghorns the Loxlngton, . tor some time, under mon chick disorders which are by treatment, returned Saturday, much ten due to (improper feeding. Mall "Trenton" sand. Tho showing for egg machines. Flock headod prompt nttontlon. an exceptionally good pool of oil Is "Fearrla" Btraln ,cocks. Eggs ?2.00 Improvod. Mrs. Logan who accom- orders given "Your money back if you, aro not said to be excellent. The well is only per 15; $6.00 por 50; $10.00 per 100. panied Mr, Logan to the Ditto Orass 39t2 a few hundred yards from well No. 1 MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, Metropolis, returned home a few days satisfied. on the same leaso, which was pump- WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Ky. earllor. Centertown, o, o, Bu-forlong-sought on Imgt,'&o1 Will a cash business. Fivo Homer Lindloy, of Nocreek, went to per cent discount where you buy Llvcrmoro yesterday, to visit Mr. coupon books. John Lindloy, who resides near that ELLIS ICE CO. place. Mr. ''Lindloy is on tho sick ' 40tl Hartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan, Mr. and Ice delivery will start April 1. Mrs. Noy Rowan and child, and Miss Please have yoir refrigerators reawin-to- r spent-th- o Marlissa Foster, who dy and do not have the delivery boy In Florida, returnodThls week to waiting. Havo your ice cards up If their homes In tho Heflln country. you want Jce. If you haven't any card get ono from tho dollyery boy. Messrs. S. T. Darnott, City, and BIG TIME Everybody Come to The ANNUAL SENIOR PLAY Entitled list.. ' The Association Llttlo Richard Brawner, who was and grade teachers have purchased Injured by an automobile soveral Dr. Tappan a Sonora Phonograph weeks ago, Js thought to bo making of Parent-Teacher JJ i ne Lear Boy Graduates At the High School Auditorium . . Tuesday, April 5th x At 7:30 P. M. ADMISSION: Reserved Seats 35c; General Admission 25c. v1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. 1 How About Your Property? Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? x The greedy hand of Are seizes some home, barn or store. Is ft adequately INSURED? Eyery fire brings' costly Interruptions, danger and inconvenience, that can not be measured in dollars and cents. The Continental Insurance furnishes insurance of the highest grade. Consult Co. our agency. i PARKS 4 YEISER Hartford, Ky. al leases and is drilling a well near Victoria, five miles of the Jackson farm. This well has reached a depth of S80 feet and Is being watched, closely. ed Wednesday for six hours and produced eighteen barrels of oil. This wel was brought in about one year ago, but has not been" pumped regularly because of lack of facilities, for moving the oil. A number of local companies and individuals have leases near the Jackson lease, among them being the Newman OH Company, made up of local men; Hajrkless Bros., Pitsburg; Morgan and Trowbridge, Owensboro; C. P. Rosener and others, Indianapolis; the Atlantic Refining Company, a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Company nnd Messrs Floyd Laswell, E. T. Franks and others. Tho Kannel Coal Company, a British syndicato which years ago operated coal mines in the vicinity recently revived intertsts in Its 'miner DO IT NOW? House Painting Inside and Out See me J. C. CASEBICn, Hartford, Ky. H-4-- & HHv FARM DEPARTMENT. !a confined almost entirely 3.'ho Simple Hulca Which Knl. Km planting j to tho tompcrato regions, the Contral Standard'. and tho Pacific If nil farmers and poultrymen and Eastern States strictly to tho follow- - Northwest. Certain varieties of tho would Bdhoro nro practically ov- ing rules In handling their poultry red raspberry that erboarlng, or that at lout produce crop of fruit, bo much Improved. both a summer and fall would dovclopod. RaspberPoultry specialists In tho U .S. De- nro now being ries, blackborrlos and dowborrlcs do partment of Agriculture provldo tho well when planted nlong a fonc. rules: iprovido 1. Keep tho nests clean; Tho homo garden utilizes idlo land ono nest for every four hens. and snaro tlmo for food production. 2.Gnthor tho eggs twlco dally. vcgotablco conserves moats Keep tho eggs .In a cool, dry Tho uso of 3. and other food produced on farms. room or cellar. 4. Market the eggs at least twlco a Income From Pnrni Depends On Tho week. Size of Business. 5 .Sell, Kill or confine all male It requires a farm business of at birds as soon as tho hatching season least fair sizo to provldo an Incomo is over. that will merely cover maintenance Cloth To charges, and theso charges nro relaWool of Own Sliccp Gives tively higher for small farms than for litstcrn Farmers. object of provid- largo ones, say specialists of tho Starting with tho of Agricuing Vico President Coolldgo with United States Department such size of nativo wool, a lture A farm may bo of wearing apparel most living needs of tho Massachusetts farm bureau now plans na to furnish ' clip of wool owned farmer, such as vegetables and fruits to have tho cntlro as enough income to pay tno Comes To America To Learn Extenliy tho association manufactured Into as well sion Methods. taxes and running expenses, but uncloth and sold locally. FOR FLETCHER'S margin abovo this anMadame Devougo, In charge of doAfter tho national election, tho less there is a t no progress charge mestic science work at tho normal farm bureau In Berkshlro County, nual mplntenanco mado toward accumulating a school, Grlgnon, "Franco, is, by ap which had pooled Us wool clip and can be CKXTEKTOWX. pointment of tho French Minister of had stored it with a cooperative as- surplus. point is often overlooked, and Agriculture, in tho United States This sociation, arranged with a local woolNancy Louise, an Infant daughter en manufacturer to have somo of the thousands of men fall to understand Ltudying tho home demonstration of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hunter, of why they do not get ahead faster, work, as organized and conducted by selected wool woven into cloth. A size of tho United States Department of this place, died Sunday, of heart tailor In tho county mado an overcoat when, as a matter of fact, tho business Is such that thero is Agriculture and tho State agricul- failure. After services Monday even their for the Vice President from It. ing, conducted from the residence by any margin tural colleges, with tho ultimate pur Tho Franklin County Farm Bu- only a slight poslblllty of bolnc left after obtaining a bard liv pose of establishing a similar system Itev. It. E. Fuqua, tho remains were reau, .not to be outdone In a matter laid to rest in tho Cemetery at this absolutely necessary of .extension work In Franco. of this sort, arranged to havo made ing and paying plnce. Derunning expenses. Often the incomo Tho American Committee for from selected wool a piece of cloth IC D. Byors and wife went to was afterwards mado into a is Insufficient oven to do this, and vastated Franco Is paying Madamo which last Friday, returning Sun- and his family have to go Dcvouge's expenses. This commlttoo suit of clothes, and presented to Mr. tho farmer of life. F. J. Jenney returned Saturday Coolldge. This bit of enterprise on without some of tho comforts has arranged In the last two years Thus It 13 that the size of tho farm for four American canning specialists from Florida whore ho spent the tho part of tho Franklin County people suggested the idea of manufactur- business is ono of the most Important, to go to France during tho summer to winter. O. K. rtowe returned to her Mrs. ing all of the wool in their pool into if not tho most Important, factor to teach American methods of food Monday, after selling it locally to farm- be considered in selecting a farm. In preservation. Madamo Devougo home in Louisville cloth and determining the value of a farm in worked some of the time each year spending several days here visiting ers or others who might be interested mother, Mrs. O. B. Boskett. specialists which would result In all wool grow- this resard It is essential, with the American unit and last her I. A. Vincent was In say, to make sure of three things: ers getting a fair price for their wool, summer her daughter accompanied last Friday. That you have an opportunity; that tho Americans over their entire people having the satand tho local Miss Bessie Carter, of Ccralvo, vismake sure that tho desired volume Itinerary. isfaction of wearing clothing made is, ited relatives here Saturday and Sun from vircrin wool from their own of business Is at least potentially Madame Devouge is now In Louis present, as evidenced by tillable land iana. Previously she had maue stays day. sheep. Farm bureau officials regard Mrs. Jno Bell and children, of Hart this as a possible solution of hand- or by maTkets forlntenslvo crops on of varying length In Washington, ford, visited relatives here last Satling at least a part of tho wool clip small areas. Florida, and Mississippi. In the latThat tho volume of business can be ter States she attended the annual urday and Sunday. iield in tho various county and State Mrs. Alvln Itowe Is on tho sick list. pools, especially in New England, achieved by economical methods. State meeting of tho county agents. Rev. It. A. Barnes, of Llvermore, That tho volume of business that After a visit to Texas she plans makgrower is so accessible to where tho on the farm 13 such ing a tour thru tho Northern and filled his appointment at the Bapcan bo conducted tho woolen factories. that It will yield an Income largo Western States beforo she sails for tist church here, last Saturday and enough to provide a comfortable mar- France in April. On her return to Cunday. Ximllsli Gardeners Enrich Soil By gin, after paying the absolutely neces- nil till ffsiaa homo country she will probably Tho Best Laxative r,ioi,rr nf ran eland sary expenses of operation and pro her charge of the proposed exten-t m. u havo "My sedentary habits havo necessi...... .m piuiiauub . . an adenufte living for tho i sion work there. taKJ geai pains tated tho use of an occasional laxafamily, for saving for soil, even going . to the extent of farmer and his tive. I have tried many but fouud future demands. throwing the surface soil to one side New Method of Carrjing Plant Di nothing better than Chamberlain's and then spading manure into the sease Dlscoercd Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, Effective utilization of farm land wilt Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels Is pro Investigation of cucumber-lea- f subso'l to a depth of 14 to 1C Inches. Income-produci.After the subsoil is so treated tho means a high percentage of by plant pathologists of the United prietor of tho Hardwick Inn, ono of area, say specialists of the States Department of Agrlculturo surface soil i3 replaced and great the model hotels of New England, m quantities of rotted manure mixed United States Department of Agri- have revealed a hithorto unknown dewith it. This process is known as culture. The value of a farm method of niant dlseaso carrying. TO TEACH BOYS AX1 GIIILS "trenching." It results In heavy pends upon what proportion of its They havo found that the striped cuMETHODS yields of vegetables and enables tho total area is productive. Compare a cumber beetles not only carry the drought period farm of 100 acres at ?200 an acre, wilt bacteria in their jaws, spreading crops to withstand a Keen Interest "in tho movoment by much better than whero the soil is 95 acres being in shpe to yield avail- Infection when they gnaw into a leaf, the Fire Marshals' Association tit not broken so deeply. Details of the able products, with another farm of but that in some cases thoy hold the North America to secure legislation preparation of garden soils are dis- the same acreage at $150 an acre, bacteria over an entire winter in their making the teaching of cussed in bulletins pf tho United but with only G5 productive acres. intestinal tract and deposit them in methods to school boys and girls States Department of Agriculture, If all tho other features of the two tho spring, where they will spread compulsory Is being displayed by of farms aro similar, tho former should Infection the first time they come in request. which are free on ficers of tho Forest Servlco, United bo the most profitable because its touch with a gnawed or broken leaf. States Department of Agriculture, esland costs but $210 Productive Farm Land. The carrying of dlseaso germs from pecially In tho Western States, whore In a general senso, productive an acre against $230 an acre on the one animal to another by insects was large areas of national forests aro iarm land is land that Is used to pro- second farm, first established as a fact through located.This knowledge is expected duce crops, to pasture animals, or to the investigation of Texas fever of to make tho task of protecting the An advantage of tho wire fence cattle, often termed tick fever, by tho iurnish a supply of fuel, tim,ber, ma-.- 1 forests easier. worm, fenco plo sugar, or other profitable forest over tho United States Department of Agrlcul s entomologists In the U. turo some 30 years ago. That mala-- L is found by products. LANDS BELOW SEA LEVEL Nonproductive land Is that portion S. Department of Agrlculturo, who ria and yellow fever were spread by of a farm which is taken up by tho point out the greater ease with which mosquitoes and African sleeping The lowest point In North America weeds fly was later according to tho U. S. geological surJarm buildings, by lanes and roads the matted grass and can accumu- sickness by the tse-ts- o destroybe Tthat aro unnecessary, fence rows that lating along tho fence established as facts; and since then Death Valley, Calif., 276 otherwise, thus Instances havo been found whero vey, xiro too wide, open ditches, headlands ed by burning or feet below sea level. The basin of and swamps, or pasturo land that killing clinch bugs and other Insect plant diseases also wero spread by tho Dead Sea in Palestine Is. 1312 does not economically support live crop enomies in their winter quar- insects. JThls Is the first instance feet below sea 1vol. Although, con 745, Is- ters. stock. Farmers' Bulletin known to science, however, where In- trary to what was formrly supposed, sued by tho United States Departsects carried the bacteria in their tho greater part of Sahara desert in ment of Agriculture, gives further In- Points on Which Success With Incu- systems through an entire hiberna- Africa is abovo sea level, this dry bator Depends. formation on this subject. Copies tion season to do damage in tho region embraces the lowest area on Follow the manufacturer's direc- spring. may bo had upon request of tho dethe continent, 150 feet below the sea. tions In setting up and operating an partment at Washington D. C. Tho lowest point known in Europe is Incubator. on the shore of tho Caspian sea, 86 GarsteadiSee that the Incubator runs Set Out Fruit To Make Home feet below sea level. The lowest ly at tho desired temperature before den Permanent. point in Australia is 25 feet below eggs. Do not add fresh Plenty of vegetables for tho table filling It with For Infants and Children sea level. should bo tho flrat consideration of eggs to a tray containing those which In Use For Over Years very home gardener, but whero tho aro undergoing incubation. Always bears THE SUN" VIA THE TELESCOPE Turn tho eggs twice dally after tho paco is large enough a few fruit the bo second and until the nineteenth day. Signature of rtrecs and oom bush fruit should Tho sun is not a great sphere of planted, say specialists of tho U. S. Turn them before caring for tho uniform fiery, dazzling brightness as daily acIt does lamps. Cool them once Department of Agriculture. it appears when we squint at it for IIErUJEHT. aiot take a very largo space for grow- cording to the weather, during this a second or two with the naked eye. ing enough fruit and berries of the period. A large crowd attended the party The telescope shows that It is brightAttend to the machine carefully at kinds to suply tho avoiaso .different at Mr. Homor Corloy's Friday even- est at tho center, the outer part or regular hours. family. rim being comparatively dark. Viewing. All report a nice tlmo. Keep tho lamp and wick clean. Everbearing strawberries, which Miss Daisy Dolle Hobbs, of Haynes-vlll- ed thru a powerful glass under -ago, are Test tho eggs on the seventh and were a novelty a few years atmospheric conditions its was the guest of Miss Nina Burnow being planted by thousands of fourteenth days. surface appears mottled in curious detto, last week. Do not open tho machine after tho .gardeners, and thoy should find a Mr. U. P. T. Barker, wife and chil- patterns suggestlvo of clouds. 3Iaco Jn every garden of tho temper- 18th day until tho chickens are Theso mottllngs aro mado up of dren, wero tho guests-- of Mr. Deal ate region whero space will permit, hatched. d masses which, definite McDanlol Sunday. however, can bo crown strawberries, VJrglo Mae Burdette has re- tho they appear quite small, are each Miss under a very wide range of climatic Savins All Fnt Obtained In Cooking turned homo after an extended visit believed to cover an area as great as nnves .Money. and soil conditions. Tho oamo Is In Loulsvlllo, accompanied by her that of the state of Colorado and per" true of tho blackberry and the dow-ierr- y. Cnro used in savinc nniltearlnor for sister, Mrs. O, II. Carter and little haps greater. Apparently theso oval all fat obtained from cooking meat masses do not touch each othor but Itaspborrlos aro mioro iimueu as 10 In tho hnmn will nnvn mnnv n. ilnllnr son, J. Milton. Tho following dined with Mr. and are arranged in somewhat regular not withstand which otherwlso would havo to bo will dlotrlbution,-an- d Sunday: Mrs. order over tho faco of the sun which t. Loaf nf summer In tho South or 'spent for button lard or other cook- - Mrs. 0. T. Burdetto "jtho extreme cold of the North. Their Ing fats. Fats derived from the J. W. Burdette, of Pellvllle, Mr. and Is les3 bright. In fact It seems that Vntoii cooklng of bacon, ham, chicken, beef Homer Corloy and son, Misses Daisy and other meats should bo kopt, each Bcllo Hobbs nnd Alma Burdotto. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor enterIn its own receptacle, to bo used for tained qulto a number of young peo-pl- o different purposes. Sunday afternoon. Household specialists In .tho UnitMr. Charley Pnyno has moved to ed States Department of Agrlculturo method of clari- tho farm of Mr. WillPnyno. say an Mr. Dowoy Huff "motored to fying fat from tho soup kettle, or Sunday. cooked meats, so that It may bo from Mr, Ilalph-l- s on the sick list. used In tho kitchen, Is to add tho Miss Myrtle Itoynolds visited- - Miss cold fat to a liberal quantity of cold slowly and let cook Vlrglo Mao Burdctto Friday night. water, then heat Mr. Adam Richmond nnd Mr. Wnl- for an hour or more. Whon cold, tho cako of fnt Is removed and tho. low- Ikpr Haynes delivered tobacco In Ow- er portion, which will contain tho onsboro Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey ensmall partclles of meat, should ho scraped away and tho white, clean tertained a number of young people fat saved. If the flavor or color, or at their homo Thursday evening, Mrs. O. T. both, aro not satisfactory tho procoss v Mrs. S. V. Flowers, may bo repeated soveral times. An- Burdetto and daughter, Miss Vlrglo other method, often recommended, U Mao Burdetto attended tho O. E. to cook a number of slices of raw po- Chapter nt Pellvllle Saturday afternoon. tato In tho boiling fat. Itov. Chlsm. will fill his regular apWhon an ico chest is used, fat In small quantities may easily bo kopt pointment hero Saturday and Sunday. sweet for cooking purposes. If lard Mrs. II. M. Miller nnd Miss Mnt-tf- o i3 rendered at homo In quantity sufBarnett spent Monday afternoon ficient for a long tlmo, it should ho with Mrs. O. T. Burdetto. kept covered in tins or earthen jars, Mr. and Mrs. H. Blvons motored in a cool, dry place, as in a collar or thru hero enrouto to Owensboro Sunstoreroom. day. ro DIRECTORY Judge COUItT. ' Black, Owentbovo. It. W. C. B. Smith, HartOom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. Otto O. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, C1UCUIT BEAVER DAM. v Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKonnaj. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovcna. FORDS VI LLE. J Children Cry CASTO R A i Ch'm'n. Board W. II. JoneiT Hartford. 1st Monday in March 11 days Clork Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judge O. P. Kesslngor. 1st Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 1 J days Civil. Com'th. and U days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September VOH PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In Novcmbor U days County Board of Education E. S. t Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. 'A. Owon, Hartford, Meets first Monday In each month. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dur Clerk W. C. Blankenahlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dco. Superintendent D. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne-- . Jailer Worth TIchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Slovens, Deavoir D. E. Ward. Tnx Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. 8. Moxley. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. lls Madl-sorivll- lo FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. a Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Midklft and " October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Itowo,' Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam Bth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, (Whito). 0th District W. S. Dsnn, Dundee. May 28 and 2D County Teachers 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnminotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County nnd Examination at Fordsvlllo, nARTFORD. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 nnd 26 County and Stnto Clerk J. A. Howard. ' . Tcachors' Examination at Hartford, Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County nnd Stnto Teachers Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT (Whito). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Sept. 24 and 25 County and Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Examination at Hartford, Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. (Colorod). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher, State--Tcaqhcr- State-Teache- rs' Every Woman Wants tkTiiTafi,fgtaaiTiiiiriii FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrb, sore throat and sore oyes Economical. Hat xuaoitnary.cleaoina: and feroucaJal pwer. ISasale Free. 50c. all dnjesWu. or p.wij I V.maJ. "j miss s Mothers . .. VerMfu& For the Children A Safe. Old Tn PmonTcJrt Company. Dotoo. Man. Fashioned Remedy, for Worms 1 . C'aL X i Succeed when everything else falls. In nervous prostration and female veaknesse' they are the supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. 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Tho sunlight which reaches us Is in reality diluted light tho intense light emitted by those bodies diluted by the lesser light of tho background against which they appear to about one-fift- h of its original brilliance. GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment Hiftr-3- 1 not help you It coals you nothing. for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relief for that tired, rundown feeling, coughs, pslns In cheat, night swesti, htmor thagei, weak lungs or coniumptlon. II It dot OHIO MEDICAL GO. FOR.ONE MONTH Z&Zl FISH FROM PACIFIC OCEAN Tho life history of the salmon and tho methods by which enormous quantities of this fish are caught and prepared for distribution are full Icy of interest. In the clear, streams that flow from tho snow-cla- d mountains of Alaska and the small orange-colorPacific Northwest, globules, lying along tho shallow riffles, hatch into tiny fish. Theso live for a time In the fresh water but as thoy grow larger they follow the current downward to the ocean. For from two to four years those salmon swim the briny deep and then, Impelled by somo strange Instinct, thoy seek to return to the stroam from, whence thoy camo. It Is on this return Journey, as thoy come from the ocean to the mouth of their nativo river, that this "silver horde" Is takon In great numbers In various kinds of nets and traps. ed 4f USE LI VER-- L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Fcelirtcht all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-Lo- x on your feet, whllorcliovingyour trouj lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything else. You can't affora it. ruminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation.) A natural remedv. natural in its actions, sura in its effect and certain in resultk 1 won't bo long beforo Ziu-lax wlB completely displace calomel in ever) home.t Children can tako it freely an? with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Non genuine without tho likeness and signJ nire of I K. Grigsby, For sale by V tfMX o, oval-shape- -- i 1,11, S3UJAHJ, ygHttfn 'M fmmmmmmtiMtcimtmmmimm , xiwi CHINESE FAMINE LAID TO DEFORESTATION .1. SH POISONED CHILDREN PARCEL POST riHCKH TO SURVIVE LONG Tl'.lP CHARGE I ?r rL'fffrftii'i cutoff I THE REV. WILLIAM nuio ly tiiHiuliionl. Pikeville, Ky., March 2(5. Mrs. Cnattfield, Mhcs., March 26. st Aftor traveling seven days and s:x William Mullln, widow, is uriiler liotc on a charge of having poishours to Leonard, N. Y and return to Chatfleld, by mall, It was found oned her two children, ng'od 15 nnd 3 years, so that oho might bo married that only two out of 100 day-ol- d chicks shipped by n local hatchery agjlu. Officors chargo that Mrs. Mullln, hnd died. Tho hatchery mado tho shipment in response to nn ordor, hut who had four children, sought to free later received word by'wlro thnt tho horsolf In order that sho might be man wjio ordered tho chicks had loft married to a wldovor, who nlso, had for Florida. Tho postmnstor at Leon- children. Mrs. Mullln's oldest daughard then sent tho shipment back via, ter was married recently. Soon after tho nfarrlago of tho dnughtor the parcel post to Chatflcld. question of tho rcmnrrlngo of tho Is an old axiom of tho --day-old It chick business that young chickens, mother is said to havo arisen. Tho whon hntchod ,nced no food or water prospective bridegroom, It is alleged, for thrco days, but this shipment contended thnt their children would doubled that time with a 2 per cent not ''get along." Tho widow, It Is charged, adminisdeath rato. tered poison to hor children In cap-sul- o form; After tho death of tho children, officials assert, thoy,found FOR FLETCHER'S polson-lado- n capsules in Mrs. Mill- . lln's homo. nr-ro- jtilliMliii GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Children Cry STOUT. C.A STORIA y tH. A fcV &-- k"? - Or. London,. March 26. Many church Boston, March 21. Illustrated dignitaries are alarmed at women's playing a promdemands for a larger share la church aormons, with movies inent part is the original way In sorvlccs. tho TELLS At tho convocation of York hold which tho "Itev J. C. Justice, ofEast Union Congressional Church, recently this fear was voiced by tho bishop of Durham, who said they Bralntree succeeds in Interesting his Every Sunday OF FAMINE would not bo contont"wlth a career congregation. Justice holds. the evenmoving Minister In holy ordors which .limited their ing picture show In 'connection with sphore to tho functions of de icons. sermon. "We are ablo to place Tho tho bishop did not say so, he his The Rev. William Stout Blames may have had a vision of women as- the object of tho sermon before the men ana women much easier," ho deINCORPORATED piring to bo bishops. China's Catastrophe to Declared, "and more people attend the By tho decision of tho uppr house struction of Forests of tho Convocation of Canterbury, church." mm women ore only to be allowed to Cannot Be preach and pray In concentrated Catarrhal Deafness s they cannotCured or local application!, reach WILL SPEAK OVER STATE buildings to a very limited extent. the diseased portion ol tht ear. There Is nly one war to cure catarrhal deafneit. Tho bishop of Bristol made a spir-tto- d nd that li by a conatltutlorial remedy. by an InCatarrhal Deafness . but vain attack against the limi- flamed condition of li earned lining; of the mucoue the Eustachian Tube. When this Destruction of North China's great tation to woman's liberty. It was not Inflamed you have a rumbling sound tubeImla or ana wnen it is entirely forests during the centuries that have a declaration of principle, ho s?ld perfect Bearing, Is which peat fuel in prepared have the cloud, Deafners has been offeied for the result. Unleaa tho CANADA MAY PLACE Inflammation can be reduced and this tube pascd; this deforestation which now but a confession of prejudice EMBARGO ON FOSSILS found It fairly satisfactory in their salt at certain Dutch Interests. Us normal condition, hearing restored to Many cases of will be destroyed forever. leaves an area of .7)0,000 square miles engines and are now using It to some The Meteor V"was built at the Ger deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is an Inflamed condition of the mucous surdenuded of trees, Is tho direct cause Without let or hindrance American extent In a practical way. The man mania Werft Kiel, and completed in Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru faces. s, of the worst famlno In history. This the blood on the mucous surfaces of the scientists havo been digging up fos- agement of a private road believes 1914, but only took part In one racjyjBS. J. M. CKAIG, system. Calif., who says no ono Is the declaration of missionaries rewe Triii rive una uunarra uonars tor sil remains of prehistoric animals in that coal can bo dispensed with en- ing" season. any case can feci more grateful for what be cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot tho Red Deer river Valley of Alber- tirely for steam purposes in its enturning ,from the famine nrca and by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. CirShejias now been overhauled and TSc. equipped for a voyage to America. Tanlac has ilono thnn she does. culars tree. J. All Drufilata. CO.. Toledo. O. ta, Canada, and shipping them to gines. voiced by tho Itev. William Stout, who r. CUENET Negotiations with American purHas gained twelve pounds und museums in the United States. In litis returned to his homo In George-- , A POAVERFUL GAS ENGINE health Is better than in years, chasers have so far been without posthe past 20 years many valuable, inINDIAN MAIDENS IN town, Ky., after five years In China. itive results and the yacht is now at Tho Itev. Mr. Stout will start a FIGHT FOR MILLIONS teresting speciments have been, obA gas engine built at Liege, speaking tour of tho stato nest week the Reichswerft In Kiel. tained. Pointing out that Canada ' -V . develops 8000 "horsepower and In the lntorcst of tho China Famine; Muskogee, Okla., March 26. An has not yet taken out any of theso Fund of which Joseph Burgo, 0 Hoard contrary to the Is claimed to be the most powerful MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. oil fortune worth millions with ac- specimens nnd that, of Trade Building, Loulsvillo, Is chair officials ono of the kind ever constructed. It contention of government crued royalties totalling $1,500,00 man, . Ohio Circuit Court. s still under litigation here a(ter an ttiat there are enough fossilized skol - has four cylinders, each 51 inches in Fund,.1 Through the China Famine Alice Swain, eBBBBBBBBBBBsv& lssssssi eight-yefight by heirs of Barney etons in the valley to supply the diameter, with a stroke of 58 Inches, Iona vs. Notice of Plaintiff. x every relief organization In China Is) sale. Thlocco, Iato Creek Indian tribal whole world, the fossil beds will sood Steani for a turbine is generated by C. M. Swain, Defendant. supplied wltii funds; these organizaThe en- By virtue of a Judgment and order bo exhausted, some Canadians have the heat from the exhaust. tion?, Including tho Red Cross, the Sal-- , chief. - vntlon Army, Christian missions, re--' Two pretty Indian --maidens, both etarted an aggressive campaign for gine, only partially completed, was of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court ren at its March, 1921 term, liglous organizations and American) claiming lo be direct heiresses to the laws p regulate and restrict the ex- - carried off by the Germans when they dered as commissioner of saiddirect ing me units. invaded Belgium but was returned to soll tho herelnaftenlescribed court huge fortune, aro waging bitter fights nortation of such remains. prop Deforestation Is BUmed. after the armistice and then finished, erty for the nurnose of naylne tho in court for the estate. Attorneys costs of the above styled action, to- EGGS FOR SALE. cntastropho which; "This great for Martha Jackson, already granted J Bener witn tne cost or this sale, and threatens to wipe out the lives of 15,t NEAV BUTTERFAT RECORD. estate, are fighting $1,000,000 of tho mviuuiB iuu luuiumuer 01 inu pro000,000 persons within tho nost sixty S. C. White Leghorns, 280 egg to win the- romainder of the fortune ceeds among the parties entitled dnys, ho said, Is due to drouths, thct per hun per 15; ?6.00 Wooster, March 21. A Holsteln thereto, I will offer far sale at "puband to prevent Mary Saley, another straln,-?1.0rosult of tho denudation o natural cow, Catherine lic outcry to the highest and best biddred. Junior Creek maiden, from sharing. forests which has gono on for centu- Mrs. J. W. TAYLOR, Beauty Pontiac II, owned by W. S. der, at the Court House' door In HartMary claims she Is tho only living ries In North China. With few trees' ford Kentucky, on Monday, April 4, Beaver Dam, R. 3. Oldham, of Wooster, has made. an of- 1921, (it being the first day of a on "tlie tnnd to hold tho moisture thq heir of Chief Thlocco, who died in 38t4 ficial record of 22.25 pounds of but- regular term of the Ohio County natural consequence Is that nilnfuU is 1899. Three years after his death, small and uncertain. Even in years; ter and 565.4 pounds of milk In seven Court) at about the hour of ono the government gave his estate a "THOU SHALT NOT PIVOT" IS NEW DANCE EDICT days and 1,025 pounds of milk In o'clock P. M., on a credit of six and! when the rainfall Is sufllcicnt tho Yelgreat allotment of ground in the detwelve months, tho following low Iliver nnd other rivers break over fourteen days. She gave 79 pounds scribed real estato lying and being la Oklahoma reservation. their banks, unprotected by trees, 26. Worchester, Mass., March . of milk In ono day. sm Ohio County Kentucky, and boundwashing away the soil and deluging "Of all tho people who havo taken GOOD BOOK UPHOLDS ed as follows: Since tho .advent of the "Chicago Sill tho crops. Tanlac I don't believe there Is anyLot. No. 1. Being known as Lot BOXING SAYS PASTOR drag" and "camel's walk" in the MEXICAN PRESIDENT PUTS "It is a prevalent Idea that rice Is one who feels any more grateful to END TO SPY SYSTEM IN U. S. 3 in Centertown. Ohio County, Kendance halla of this city some three tho main food of all the Chinese poo- - It- - than I do," said Mrs. J. M. Craig, tucky, on the south side of Church. Topeka, Kan., March 26. The woeks ago, dancers have been acting pie. This Is truo In South China where, Street and bounded as follows: G74 Angeles, E. 40th Street, Los Austin, Texas, March 2G The Beginning at a stone on the east travellers get their Impression and is of Bible upholds boxing according to the otrtho floors as tho the lid was off strengthened by the fact that nearly California. Rev. Earl A. Blackman, known as the propriety, according to Policewomen Mexican secret service, formorly op- side of Church Street; thence S. stone; thence E. 150 feet "I suffered from nervous prostra- "fighting Kansas parson." all tho Chinese In Amorica came from. M. Elizabeth Tracy and Mrs. Jennie erated in th.o United States thru the feet to a N. feet to a. South China. In tho fall, wheat is, tion and was so weak that I. could following various consuls stationed in this coun to a stone; thence150 feet to a stono During a hearing on a boxing bill M. Rice. Accordingly the stone; thence W. sown In North China and after being, not even sweep tho floor and during Leglsla commandments have been promul- try; has been suppressed and aban- and a parcel of land adjoining this, harvested In tho early summer, millet: tho day I would havo to lie down four for Kansas before the State upheld doned since President Obregon was lot and used as a part of it, begingated: turo the Rev. Mr. Blackman and sorghum aro sown. or five times. I tried to walk, but tho movement launched by the Am: v Thou shalt not attempt the, Chicago lnauguratedj Governor Neff was told ning at the N, E, corner of J. B. Swain's lot and connecting with a. found out that half a block was all erican Legion. Roots Always Eaten. today by Eduardo Ruiz, consul gen- forty foot cross street reserved by drag, give out. "All these crops are harvested by I could stand before I would T. M. Morton; thence S. to the S. E. Thou shalt not try the camel walk. eral at San Francisco. "You say you're a minister of the s corner of J. B. Swain's lot; thence B. being pulled up by the roots as these: Nervous spoils came on irlo often. gospel?" queried a legislator, InThou shalt not pivot. line; 10 feet to T. M. Morton's DIAMONDS BY THE BUSHEL with tho stalks and straw of the grain, Finally my husband urged me to try terrupting the Thou shalt not shimmy. talk." thence N. with Morton line to Morare the main dependence for fuel. In, Tanlaq and I am indeed glad ho did, tickle-toyou get the text for' the Thou shalt not ton's cross street; thence West 10 tho years when crops aro short H does for It proved to bo Just whatI need-t- o "Whore do Tho export of diamonds from South feet to tho beginning. Thou shalt not Jazz in ary of its romarks you're making in favor of not mean only that somo little luxuries! help foe. I guess It was because Africa totaled 1124 pounds in 1919. Lot No. 2. In Centertown, Ohio divers forms. will have to bo given up, but it means I was so bad off, but on the third boxing?" many ex- County, Ky., bounded as follows: Paul, taken Thou shalt not dance cheek to Among these stones were "The words of Saint that there will bo less of tho coarse bottlo I could tell I was improving on the North, ceptionally large and valuable ones. "Beginning at a stonethenco N. 2 millet meal bread. It means that when from First Corinthians, lx. 2G: 'I am cheek. side of Main ovseveral E. 141 feet to aStreet: thenco N. 3 The gems which were worth stono; tho potatoes aro gone tho vines will bo and that gave mo more hope than a boxer and I hit hard and fast,' " was GUESS. kings' ransoms would have made W, 72 feet to a stono; thence S. 1 4 eaten ; It means that Instead of two or er of getting well. My improvement tho reply like a shot. E. 13 feet to a stono; thenco N. 3 about four bushels, dry measure. three meuls a day there will Co only from then on was' rapid and by the The legislator subsided. W. 18 2 feet to a atone; thence S. one. Ho If I should ask you to marry time I had taken flvo bottles I was s 1 4 E. 18 2 foet to a stono; thenco THE MATTER OF COSTUME. "When a crop failure Is fifty per bettor and" stronger than I had been you say? mo, what would S. 1 4 E. 127 feet to a stono on It often Is, It means that many in years. cent, as Sho Quess. North side of Main Street; thenco N. starve to death. The lust llvo crops FOR FLETCHER'S Bounder What ar.o all thoso 1 E. 03 2 feet to. tho beginning. It would what Ho Woll-e- r "It enabled mo to sleop soundly at havo been only about ten per cent of The purchaser will be required to trunks doing over there by the stage ' rhymo with?" night and I have gained twolvo normal. execute bonds immediately aftor sale-dudoor? SI Sho Guess. Tid Bits. and payable in six and twelve, "Practically all of North China Is pounds. That was several mqnths me Rounder Why those are the months respectively In equal lnstall- PARTICULAR! vlllago after villugo, often only sepa- ago pud from then until now I havo PEAT AS FUEL FOR STEAM chorus girls' clothes jnoins, boarlng interest nt the rate of rated by a few .yards of ground. In been in as good health as I ever was Bounder Let's go to another u per cent per annum rrom uaio un.parts of North China the population In iny life. I have told all of .my "WhaUwas tho matter with that til paid, and a lien will bo retained as In Sweden whero thoro are about show. Brown Jug. Js twenty times denser than In J off op- friends and relatives what a wonder- lady who Just hurriedly left tho additional security. Said bonds to s. poat bogs the may llvo tion County. Tho Chinaman 10,000,000 acres of store?" asked the grocer. havo tho force and effect of a Judgful medicine Tanlac is." .and carry on a business in a pert reYACHT ment. Tanlac" is sold In Hnrtford by Dr. "She found fault with tho potatoes, railroads havo been carefully Investi mote from Ills ancestral village, but ho Gvlen under my hand this tho 15th. OFFERED FOR BALK gating the possibilities of substituting qlerk. expects to go there nnd speud his last L. D. IJeanj in Boavr Dam by K. T. replied tho day of March, 1921. Tlck-ono- r, was the mattor with them?" peat for coal as fuel for locomotives. "What OTTO C. MARTIN, day's and be burled by tho Bide of hla Taylor, Jr..; in McIIenry by S. J. London, March 20. The yacht "She didn't llko tho color of their The stato roads which for soveral Master Commissioner O. C C and In Rockport by R. E. Ilor. aiucostors." years havo been operating a plant In Meteor V. foraorly tho property of Barnes & Smith Attorneys. Yonkers Statesman. w. eyea." AdYortlsomenti of China's prcnt DESTRUCTION by returning inlfeMonnrlcs for the world's worst famlno Hint now threatens to wipe out 15,000,000 lives In North Central China. Tlio Rev. Mr. Stout, of Louisville nnd Georgetown, Ky., who has returned home after llvo years In Clilnu, will begin u tour of the Stato next week to tell of tho horrible conditions In the .famine area. Tho Rev. Mr. Stout Is active In raising funds for tho China Fnmlno Fund, of which Joseph lliirgo, Louisville, Is treasurer, and tho Itov. Dr. K. Y. Is clmlrinau. Through the China Fnmlno Fund, every relief organization in China is supplied with funds. -Mill-11ns, Surgeons ngrco that In cases of Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho first treatment Is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and .tho wound begins to heal nt once. For use on man or beast, .Borozono is tho Ideal antiseptic nnd healing agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Price 2Gc, COc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m WOMEN If lis Had Sfomnch Trouble For Seven v Years. Sanford of Fenmoro. Theodoro Michigan has had stomach trouble for seven yoars nnd could not eat vegetables or fruit without pain In tho stomach and restless nights. By taking Chamberlain's Tablets ho Is now able to cat vegetables or fruit without causing pain or slcoplcssnoss. If troubled with Indigestion or constipation givo theso tablets a trial. They aro certain to prove benetlcial.m mm BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fec, IK" STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE. If You WANT MOIJE SERMONS LIBKHTY IN CHURCH GIVES CHURCH WITH MOVING PICTURES HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. KENTUCKY WORST Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY s An-fclc- - Bel-glu- ar 0 Ill Ill , o. 1- -4 1 1- -4 1-- 1-- Ohildreja Ory A C..i ST O R A 1-- o xmr,r? "" RESTORED MRPLANE FLIGHT 15 March 29. An airof 14,-000 Washington, plane night nt an nttltuilo feet todny restored tho powor of npeoch of II. A. Ronz Jr., 22 year old nnd n former soldier, who for eight months hnd been unablo to speak abovo n Whisper. His Volco, which loft hlni' ono nlfiht while nsloep, was returned to normal Within an hour und when ho stepped from tho army nlrplano at Dolling Field he was surprised at his don't know own volco saying: whether I can talk or not." llcnz, while In tho Tank Corps, at Camp Colt, Pennsylvania, Injured a finger, which failed to heal and finally wns amputated. It Is not known whether tho infection was In any way responsible for tho loss of his volco. In nn effort to recover his speech lie fllso had re'tnoved his tonsils, adenoids and a submucous section. had treated Eminent specialists him for recovery of his voice without 'I result. As a risk insurance Kcnz consulted the Tublle Health Service and Dr. Chnrles E. McEncrney diagnosed tho case ns partial aphonia with paralysis of the adductor muscles of the throat. veteran and beneficiary m of wn h An air flight' to n high altitude was prsccrlbcd, and through of tho Army Air Service Kcnz found his volco somewhere In tho rarlficd air abovo Boiling Field. It Is tho first case of the kind on record. Public Health, Service offi- ed. cials stated. Arguments 011 the Negative Side os ' European propaganda Is at tho botADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. tom of this demand that the United States should glvo 10 billions of monIs anyone All persons having claims against ey to the other nations. the estate of W. R. or MARY E. of any standing urging any such SHULTZ,- - deceased, are hereby noti- thing? No. On tho contrary everyfied to present samo to mo, proporly one who has any Influence or whose proven," on or before June 1st, 1921, views are respected rejects the Idea or they will be forover barred. as too ridiculous to bo qnfertalnd. CHAS. W. SHULTZ, Admr., President Harding says nothing of the Pellyille, Ky. 3St3 sort Is possible. Of course tho debtors always like CANCELLING AVAR DEBTS. to get out of paying their debts If they can. They have hinted strongly to Resolved that tho United States Uncle Sam in this case that it would should cancel all obligations duo U be a noble thing "for him to write from other nations. "paid in full' on these 10 billions Reasons in tho Affirmative. Dut their hints have of obligations. We now see that war is not mere- not beerr received with any enthuly an affair between two or more siasm here. countries but as a matter of vital InThere is just as much reason for terest to tho whole world. War is cancelling all private debts as theso like a great conflagration which, International lones. You savd your once started by a small spark, may money and you lent It to your neigh- Indefinitely. Hence, It is bor to spend; ho spent it, and now spread obvious that when the World war naturally he would be pleased to world such a huge advance over. tho started In tho summer of" 1914, that have you say: "Your debt Is cancel- ancient. In old times people would war was a matter of the deepest con- ed. You owe me nothing. I only not give up anything of value ex cern to tho United' States. wish I had given you more. Next cept for something else of equal Inconflagration spread- tlmo you must ask for more and I trinsic value. But gradually credit We saw tho ing and we did not lift a hand to stop will be overjoyed to give it to you. I was built up, and the world at length came to have as much fa'th In a piece It. On tho contrary we added fuel have plenty; help yourself." to the flames; we furnished tho belIf such socialistic doctrines were of paper as in gold; in fact the piece ligerents with war materials and oth- to prevail there would soon be noth- of paper Is preferred to the gold, as er supplies, selling them at fabulous ing to loan to anybody. ,The respect long as credit is good. To wipe out the 10 billions which prices and making huge profits. Our for sacred obligations has been built president announced to the world up by civilization patiently and slow- tho other nations owe us would b to that wo were "too proud to fight" ly. Our whole social system is found- bring on financial chaos. And then and that we must remain "neutral In ed on this firm footing. If this no nation would be satisfied. The country once sanctioned the idea that nations to which weJiad loaned small thought and action." Tlmo woro on. The war flames debts are not sacred, and that they sums would revllo us because we kept spreading and one country af- can bo incurred and then wiped out had loaned more to other nations. ter another was drawn Into the con- by a more scratch of the pen, It It would be the parable of the workflict. At length, nearly three years would be tho greatest blow that has ers in the vineyard all over again. We- - aro not asking a single thing after tho war started, wo too were ever been struck at la'w, order and out of the war. Tho other nations , forced Into it. We went in with a prosperity. and If people once got the notion that aro getting advantages ot one kind will and. our utmost man-powmaterial resources were directed to- they could live on borrowed money or another additional territory, in ward tho one object of winning tho and that It would never have to be demnities etc. We have spent 15 paid. It would be their ruin. That Is billions on our own account, and now uar. The United States was the deciding one thing that Is now basically wrong they would ask us to pay 10 billions factor in tho outcome. But our with Russia. Tho bolsheviks believe more on their account. This Is too president stepped in and said that It in wiping out all dobts, and they have much. Wo can't stand it, Pathmust bo a "peace without victory." done it; and in wiping out debts they finder. 4 Ho undertook to dictate the terms, have wiped out everything else. and as a part of them he Insisted that They have,burned the barn to get rid BALD KNOB. the league of nations should bo "in- of tho rats. Tho thrifty people, reseparably interwoven" In tho peace alizing that they will not be allowed Rev. Harrell delivered a fine sertreaty. And finally, after thus tak- to accumulate anything and that all mon at our church Sunday afternoon. ing matters out ot the hands of tho they produce will bo divided with the After services were over Sunday allies, we refused to ratify the treaty. spendthrifts, are now refusing to pro- School was organized and a big Egg The allied nations, in fighting tho duce any surplus at all. Hunt enjoyed. Central Powers, woro fighting our Russia Is a nation of unlimited reMr. and Mrs. Bethel Thomas visfight. They sacrificed themselves to sources and with a population much ited Mrs. Thomas' parents Sunday. tho limit in order to keep up tho larger than ours, but her' Industries Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Havens were fight and save civilization from are ruined and her farms laid waste. tho guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Tho least wo can do, after If yo want this ruin to extend now Taylor Sunday. tho part wo have played, is to forglvo to tho rest of the world all wo have' Mr. J. M. Leach, who has been sick tho debts which thoy contracted in to do Is to adopt this soviet scheme for several days, Is much improved. oider to carry on this war for tho of canceling overything that is owing Miss Rao Miller was the guest ot common good. to us. Repudiation will then become Miss Mae Sandefur Sunday. a" firm tho rule of the wholo world. ThoJ Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Shields, of If this country had taken stand at tho beginning of tho war' next thing to bo repudiated will bo Crourwell, visited Mr, Tom Johnson and had warned Germany that wo our own Liberty bonds; in fact the and family Saturday night and Sun would join tho allies and help fight 'borrowors from within' have already day. her to n finish and make her foot suggested this very thing. And after Misses Ova and Volmn Leach ware nil tho bills, sho would never havo that all bonds, notes and othor dobtsJ guests of Miss Goldio White Sunday. Tho Germans had boon would bo repudiated, Bono ahead. assured that wo woro "a nation of Ovor95 per cent of tho business BOND PRICES that our army and ' of this country Is done on credit nnd navy woro "contemptible" and that ' less than flvo per cent for cush. wo would not fight, no mattor what Credit Is tho niobt precious thin w Liberty 3Vss 90.20 '. was dono to us; and they boliovod have, for credit is founded on honor Llborty 1st 4s 87.40 87.00 this We lot lliem go on undor this and honesty. Tako nway credit and Llborty 2d 4s falise impression, and wo aro moral- we havo nothing left but bankruptcy. Liberty 1st 4 Vis 87.64 87.10 ly to bl ii mo for all that has happened Tho volume of busluoss In the mod- Llborty 2d 4 Vis p ern world Is so groat that It could not Liberty 3d 4 Vis 90.24 hIiico. Llborty 4th 4 Vis Wt are a rich nation. Tho 10 bil- poasibly bo done on a cash basis. Any; ....87.20 97.B8 lions whioh tho other natjona owe to thing that tends to Injure credit Is nt Vletpiy 3 bought once reflectod In business depression. Victory 4 8 97.54 uh on account of supplies Tho above quotattlons do not Inf n in us at profiteering prices uto Credit Is tho llferblood of all buii- thoy represent only a clude accruod interest, which Is addnothing to It was tlo discovery of this power ed from (Into of provious cajjpon payfour per coat tax on our national, If wo would oancol thejo of ciedlt which gave the modern ment to dato ot salo. lwaltli. ( er Prus-slanls' dollnr-chasors," ' to dobts nnd thus show our good-wi- ll tho world it would do more to win us tho friendship of tho nations than anything else, wo could do. Wo now hold a mortgago on theso othor nations that fought for'our Interests when wo woro "too proud to fight" for them. If wo foreclose thnt mortgago nnd collect principal and Interest wo shall find that evory dollar so received will be if curso to us. Wo can Jiavo our "pound of flesh," but this will bo tho worst thing that can happen to us Wo are probably not going to bo paid anyway, so tho sensible thing is to forglvo theso dobts and get tho credit for being gonorous. Then tho world could tako a frc3h start and things would soon bo humming again. When peoplo aro shipwrecked or there Is any othor great calnmlty, ovoryono is expecied to share what thoy have with those who aro les3 fortunate. All tho world now is shipwrecked and It is the duty of this nation, which has been so bounteously blessed by Providence, to go to the rescuo of tho sufferers. We collect millions for the Chinese, tho people of the Near East and others who are afflicted and wo consider wo aro doing a highly meritorious act thereby; why not extend our gejiorosity7 Broad cast on tho vatbrs will return after many days. It is our op portunity now, as tho richest and most prosperous nation on the globe, to relievo tho other nations from thl3 terrible weight of debt. In ancient times they called all accounts square evory seven years, and It has now been seven years sinco the war start- wmmmmmm - - ' - - J - ' -- il 3 10 Per Cent. ': Reduction . J 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. , " N The T. J. Turley Co (Incorporated) OWENSBORO, KY. SinNKLE CHAPEL. t Mr. Alex Carson, who had been sick for quite a while, died at his home near Nocreek, Sunday night. Miss Artie Bennett, ot Livia, after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Vascoe Baird, returned homo Sunday. Rev. Landrcth filled his regular appointment at Shlnkle Chapel Sunday. Mr. Leslie Howard and Miss Myrtle McCormJck, of Nocreek, spent Sunday and Sunday night with Miss Azalee Bennett. spent Miss Mattie Gay Leisure Thursday aifd Friday with Miss Ly-dla Pirtlo, of Hartford. Mr. Truman Hoover has purchased a new buggy. Mr. Noble Leisure and sister, Mat-ti- e Gay, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Flora Stewart ,of Clear Run, and attended the entertainment given at that place Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baird spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carson, of tho Sarvice Hill community. Mrs. Flora Stewart and children, of Clear Run, spent Sunday night and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Baird. Mr. and Mrs. Garnel Canary and little son, spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mrs. Canary's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Clark. e MT. PLEASANT. mare, with blazo faco, branded on' loft shoulder with 7S, and on left hip with picture of a goat, camo to Mr. John Leaches' horse lot. She has been there sinco and no ownor has been heard from. Mr. Arthur Parks was a guest ot Mr. Harvey Stowart last week. CERALVO. Mr. Morgan Elders, of near Paradise, died March 20 and was burled horo tho following day, after funeral services by Rev. R. W. Danks, Ho yeara ot ago and was fifty-eigleaves a wlfo and two children, Mr. Ernest Elders ofThls place and Mrs. HIpsley RIggs, of npar here. Mrs. C. B. Everjey is the guest ot her mother, Mrs. Harriett Brown, of Equality. Misses Laura, Locket and Beatrice Ford, of Hartford, spont Saturday and Sunday with Miss Grace Hill. Mrs. W. S. Hill jind son, Douglas, were guests of Mrs. Stevj Ellis, of Hartford, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. M. B. Maddox, of West Providence, spent Friday and Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Klnunel. Mr. HIpsley RIggs, who has been living near Ileflln, has moved to a farm near horo. Mr. Robert Carson, ot Hartford Is visiting friends horo. ht lands about 150 feet to tho lands of John Carson; thonco north across his lands about 150 feet to tho lands of Scott Likens and Bob Fant; thenco North across their lands in equal portion on each about 150 toot on Fant and 100 yards on Likens to tho lands of Rube Pholps; thence North across his lands about 70 yards to tho lands of Henry Taylor and John Carson; thence North across tho lands about 100 yards across Taylor and about 200 feet across Carson to tho lands of Bob Fant; thenco North across FanVs lands about 200 yards' to the land ot Ed Monroe; thenco North across tho lands of Ed Monroa about 200 feetto the lands of Galon Taylor and Wes Berry; r thonco across their landsaan equal portion on each to the Beaver Dam and Liberty public road. ' Given under our hands, this tho 23rd day of March 1921. E. P. SMITH, 392 . HENRY W. TAYLOR, By C. S. Moxloy, County Englneor. NOTICE To tho Honorable Mack Cook, Judge of tho Ohio County Court: Nottco is hereby given that on tho 4th day of Aijrll, 1921, it being tho first day of tho April term ot tho Ohio County Court, a petition will bo tiled In said court asWlng for tho establishment ot the following proposed road, Na. road ln Ohio County, Kentucky, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at corner ot R. A. Nantz and Wes Smith on Lick road, running N. over their land 30 feet wide and 40 poles long nioro or loss, to B. M. Smiloy's S. E. corner; thonco N. W. 35 or 40 polos thenco N. E. 35 or 40 poles across tho lands of B, M. Smlloy 30 feet wldo to his and R. A. Nantz's cornor; thonco N. 40 poles moro or less across tho land ot R. A. Nantz and 30 feet wldo to tho land of Gilbort Jolly; thence E. 3 poles moro or less ncross tho land ot Gilbort Jolly to Noah Jolly's lino nnd 30 feet wldo; thonco N. 20 poles more or less across the land ot Noil Jolly to tho land of O. W. Ronfrow and 30 feet wldo; thenco N. CO polos moro or less ncross tho land of G. W. Renfrow, Gilbort Jolly, and J. F. Sparks to Hoagland bridge road and 30 feet wldo. Approximate length pt ' road IVi miles.' Glvpn under our hands (his tho 22nd day ot March, 1921, It. A. NANTZ, 39t2 0. W. WIQGINGTON, et nl., By C. S. Moxley, County Englneor. to-w- it: M NOTICE. i V To tho Honorable Mack Cook, Judgo of the Ohio County Court: Mrs. J. C. Leach Is, still on tho We, the undersigned land owners also Miss Era Paik has sick list, and citizens of Ohio County, Kenbeen quite 111 for several weeks. Tho Egg Hunt given at tho Church tucky .hereby give notice that wo at this place Sunday, was largely at wilt" on' Monday, April 4, 1921, it being the first day of tho regular tended, und enjoyed by all. Messrfi. Charlie and Willie Leach April term of th Ohio County Court, made a business trip to Owensboro file petition In said .court and ask said court to widen and establish a last week. W. O. W. Lodge members public highway running froln tho Tho will present their play eutltled "Vony Cromwell and Beaver Dam public Saturday highway to tho Beavor Dam and Tho Convict" at Roslne Liberty public highway along tho night. Loyd, of RoMr. and Mrs." slne, were tho guests of Mrs. Loyd3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Pemberton, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Leona Davis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Emery, of Bnlzejown, a fow daya last week Mr. Zack Her, of McIIonry, visited his son, Mr. Richard llor, of this place Saturday night and Sunday Wo were sorely grloved to learn of tho death of Mrs. Sarah Thomson, of Ilorton Last Wednesday evening a sorrel u; following course: Beginning nt a point on tho Beaver Dam and Cromwell pike near Elvis Smith's dwolllng houso; thonco running North across tho lands ot Elvis Smith and partly across tho lands of Honry Taylor about 365 yards to tholand of Georgia Thomas; thenco North across his lands about 150 foot to tho lands ot George Cook and Frances Martin; thonco North across tliolr lands, an equals portion on the lands ot each to tho lands ot Agnos Ylck; thonco North across her