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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 41 HARDING WITHHOLDS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, privileges.-accorde- FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1921. squad" and no special duties have boen assigned to him. Warden Lawes declared, however, that "Drlndell will W5 treated just the same as uny other man here1." Drlndell, who boasted the 'ownern"nd ship of ,expensIvo automobiles whose annual Income was reported to be In excess of ?30,000, had his first faste of prison faro tonight when he sat down to a meal consisting of prunes, bread and coffee. Drlndell gave his ago as 41 years and his oc, cupation as "labor leader." 0. S. TO TAKE FIRM of justice of tho 0. K. FOR PEACE MOVE of Jnpan and of the Government Governments of tho otheY Allied and Associated Powers, this Government Delay In Resolution End-W- ar Failure To Join League looks with confidence to a disposition of tho matter whereby- - thoJust InAbout one mllo from Bardstown nt 19Kvhlle she wa3 visiting the RowTo Aid Associa Abrogates No Rights, terests of nil may bo properly con- over tho horseshoe bend In Beech ans la Loulsvlllo at the home across tion, Belief. Hughes Says. served.." Fork River, In Nelson County, Ky., tho street from tho Catholic Catheo'n Fifth Street. Is tho old Howan estate and home of dral Fostor, went to Q. 11. JJHOWX OUT "Federal Hill," famous In song and Federal Hill on,hIs honeymoon tour. Washington, April 5. Whatovor FOR MAGISTRATE story and pictures as tho placi Washington, April 6. Failure of where Ho was visiting his kinsman, the may bo tho expectations of Republi tho Unit oil States to ratify theTrca-t- y In tho 8ii in m or of 1852 Stephen Col younger John Rowan, there In 1852 Squiro Q. R. Drown, of Simmons, can senators, who wat an early deP. T. A. MEETIXG of Versailles will not be allowed lins Foster wrofiTthe" words and mus when tho pictures of life about him claration of1 peace with Germany, It V to detract from this country's right announces his candidacy for tho Reic of "My Old Kentucky Homo." This inspired the writing of the Immortal At tlio regular mooting of tho P. T. was mado known authoritatively toto participate In poaco settlements, publican nomination for Magistrate Is tho houso and estate of 23G acres song-- , "My old Kentucky Home." Ho Secretary Hughes declares In notes from District No. 3, now composed of which the people of Kentucky nre In- generally composed music wandering A. Thursday evening, April 14, at tho day that President Harding had not Addressed to Great Drliain, Franco, Cool Springs, N. and S. Kockport, vited to purchase and preserve" as a, about with his flute. There nt Fed School Building, Mr. Wlnford, Secre thrown tho Influences of his adminis tary of the Chamber of Commerco, tration behind the movement, but was Prentiss, McIIonry, Simmons and state park In honor of the song. It eral Hill he saw, Italy and Japan. the corn top ripe, the Tho noto td Japan differed from Pond Run Precincts. Squiro Drown Is ono of the most historic places In meadow in the bloom and the you rig Oensboro will deliver an address Inclined to look with disapproval on Special mus- any prospect of precipitate action. tho othcrVthrco In that It rotcrred Is rounding out his first term In the the wholo mlddlo west, dating back folks rolling on the little cabin floors on Civic improvement. It was rovealed that the President 'moro specifically to the Japanese offlco and fs asking for nn Indorse- In 17U5, when John Rowan, then a In the slave quarters. From these ic will bo furnished for tho occasion. nt his Party's brilliant young lawyer, born In' materials sprang had not, in fact, committed himself to mandato over tho Island of Yap. All ment for the words and music The Grades having the best represen- any definite program for tho restorafour of them reltorated the conten- hands. Squiro Drown Is a man of Pennsylvania, built It in the midst that have long ago became the prop tation at this meeting will receive a maturo jcars, honest, capable and tion o peace, tho he wes said to bo tion that tho Untied States had plantation, and made erty of tho world and made Kentucky largo box of candy of a 1,500-acr- o loaning more and more to a belief Everybody urged to bo present. no rights --In tho peace settle- painstaking and has gained much In- It the center of tho political, legal known in every cllmo. that tho Versailles convenant can not by reason of Its unwillingness sight as to the public noeds and tho and social llfo of tlio Kentucky of the ment There has been no change at Fedin any practical-wamanner of doing things for the pub- olden time. be used now as' to Join tho League of Nations. eral Hill since tile song was written, VICTORY MEDALS FOR a lic welfare. basis for his, association of nations, "Tho fact that tho United States' "3 ml go Rowan was to become a conexcept In thb woqds and fields. The ALL MEN ho is canvassing- tho situation carefullias not ratified tho Treaty of Vergressman, United " States senator, attic of the house was destroyed by ly In the light of Information and adsailles,' tho notes said 'cannot detract ATTITUDE TOWARD chief justice of tho state and to die fire during the .Civil War. Otherwise The War Department has jjlven vice which has come to him slnce'In-auguratlo- n, from rights which the United Stales GERMANY LAUDED as commissioner of tho United States the old Kentucky home-- is "My Old the Victory Medal Department at and altho a part of his had already acquired and It 13 hardto define the boundary line of' Mex- Kentucky Home" as Foster saw it In Room 510 Post Office Building, program may be decided on soon, it ly necessary to suggest thnt a treaty ico In nn .effort to avoid tho war of tho gfamor, glory beauty and pathos Hrland to which tho United States is not u v. s. Lojnlty I'leahosItcpnra-tlon- v Force 1847. Ho was a great lawyer, fa of ofd slave times. In the lofty feu- Louisville, Ky., the responsibility of probably will bo many weeks before distributing 85,000 Victory Medals it is revoaled In entirety. In Collecting party could affect those rights." mous in the practice of civil and crim dal hall stands In the same spot tho to men of tho world war, Threatened. In his consideration of the peace Treaty It should ho noted that tho inal law, strong: before juries because antique secretairo where tradition in the State of Kentucky. To date resolution, which somo of the Scnato of Versailles did not purport to seParis, April li. Premier Prland of his profound reasoning and elo- says, Foster sat and made the final the Department has distributed only leaders want to press to an eafly pascure to Jnpan, It was pointed out, "or paid a tribute to" tho loyalty of the quence. At H he had, with his fath- - Vneat copy of the great song." The first about 15,000. sage la tho special session of Conto an yothor nation, any right In the er, fought Indians In tho West and rough manuscript ,he gave to his cou-wTho medal Is for service either In gress convening Mpnday, Mr. Harding-Ioverseas possessions of Germany ex- United States In resisting "inslduous a dead shot. Ho fought one of sin. It was preserved there, but was France or the United States. Those understood to have taken tho posi cept that an equal right should bo se- overtures by Germany" In tno Senate tho earliest and most deadly duels In lost In tho fire together with the gold- this afternoon and sorted notion that who engaged In batles or In the oc 1m- cured to tho United States. state'8 history, and In his will headed cane left to tho elder Rowan cupation of a Defensive Sector are tion that In the settlement of so to iLwist portant a question tho nation must Artlclo 119 of tho Treaty provides, if Germain contlrims Pistols to his closest by John Fitch. Inventor of theteam- - , "s menl of tho reparations after May I , attached t0 the Meda, c, wIth and prndence It Mr Hughes said, that Germany Fracco will lay a rtrong baud "1,Cn I BBBe the Bttl" 0r honoUrS"d -- M tha he has no w hdrawn the va,t were I""11 in favor of the principal AlTho neck, irensive faector, tnose sorvmg in a j approval ho gave the resolution when I I, lied and Associated Powers nil her h r Fo3ter wrote the song m late Au - forelgn country but not participating he supported It In the last Congress. Henry do Jouvenel, chief edl' ,r nt wlU ,s "corded in LoulsMlle. rights and titles in her overseas posgust-o- r early September, 185 5. Tn in any battles, a clasp with the name but Is convinced A old Office. Tried that the present . . then ora- - tiu Matin, who preceded M. Drlnnd-sessions. Tho Secretary .i Jtiugo uowan iovea tno practice ot 1919 Mr. BakefSmlth, a well-knoin 'ho tribune, declared that If Prcsof the country, and those serving situation does not requlro hasto so phaslzcd that tho United States is w,lson had Intervened t tho law and tried to avoid public offlco. resident ot Dardstown, then In his 88 only In the United States, the Victory much as li requires painstaking deono of tho principal Allied and - Somo of tho greatest early lawyers year aid still alive, was probably the Medal without clasp. To secure the liberation. cnu OI y' elated Powers and that tho position . . who remembered medal It is only necessary for the ex .11. ue jouveno aua- - of Kentucky studied In his office. Ho only living person The administration has not rede- 'voniou tno war. of tho Government of Japan could cd that the United States must inter-- ! accumulated a greaUfortune tor thoso the first singing of My Old Kentucky service man to present his discbarge vealed what elements are involved rive no strength from tho Treaty of veno now In tho economic problom days. He had a residence in Louls- Home. Ho recalled that there wa3 or an extract prepared on form for in the determination ot its attitude, vorsalllcs or from any discussion prethat will definitely be brought up af- - vlllo and made It hlshomo for somo a gay house party ot young folks, that purpose to the Victory Medal Of but there have been indications that liminary to It. years, dying there In 1843. Ho en- among them a young girl with a beau- ficer, and sign an application. The it would consider Itself In a better Secretary Hughes tpr May 1 to save civilization a sto-on- d Contlnucing, tertained Lafayctto on his visit In tiful voice. Foster coached her in Medal will be mailed from Philadel- position to make advances for an astime. ald: M. do Jouvenel pleaded with the 1824, paying all tho public expenses Its rendition, accompanied her on the phia. In all cases the discharge or sociation of nations It the peace de"As tho United States did not enpremier to ask tho United States that and taking him to Federal Hill for a piano and during an intermission in extract will be returned at once to claration were delayed. Intimations, ter Into this convention or Into any in case it decided later to consider a rest. Judge Rowan Is burled In tho dancing she Bang the song for the the applicant. have come to officials here that somo-o-f treaty relating to tho subject, this resumption of business relations with family cemetery at Federal Hill. His first time to a listening public. It Blank forms and information may the leading allied statesmen would, Government Is unnblo to understand children and grandchildren have mar- was Federal Hill transmuted Into mu- be secured by writing the above Of- consider passage of tho measure a: upon what ground It was thereafter! Russia, Franco be admitted as a- party 4 !. 8uuunuU l u uiuu iu y.u- - ried Into noble families In Europe sic and poetry. The world has been fice. great handicap In tho negotiations-foiiMftnYntnit tn confer the mandate lo l"u and have won distinction In many singing and playing It ever since. tect the interests of the French T. T. JOHNSON, a peace concert, weakening that, wlthout tho agreement of tho United Fostor was thon 26 years old, in (rancs to ways. One married a grandee of Army Fiold Clerk. position of the American government It Is manifest that the League Plc- - wn ,oane1 blulons otbu,ld to the the height ot his tame. He had been boforo tne war t0 ra" Spain and was with Its former associates In the of Nations was without any authority Russla A CORRECTION. and d0VclP Us economic In- -. ueen, another was a Princess Ro3plg. composing industriously since he was war and making them less susceptible) to bind the United States and that ' ratl8 songs were sung every lloso, of Italy, and others married 20 and his Ho added: t f thn mnminto in Btallatlons generally. o.i to American suggestions. This Is to certify that Nathaniel ' "Can not M. Vlvlanl (former Pre Into tho English and .French peer- where. "My Old Kentucky Homo" question and tho definition ot Its It has beon hinted to the Presiany compenwas published four months after it Hudson has not received Is in Washington) ages. , dent by some of his advisers that, terms by tho Council ot the League of mier Vlvlnnl, who 'Young John" Rowan, who suc- - was written. It's career of lmmor- - sation or money from the U. S. GovHarding, since llko the outstanding war debt, a. Nations la December, 1920, cannot now nsk President priority for our damages was refused, cceded his father on the Federal Hill talltty at once began, and the song of ernment since his discharge, to this pending resolution of peaco might bobo regarded as having efficacy with and since we have no guaranty for our estate, was remarkably handsome, ac- -' Kentucky has now become a national date, March 31, 1921. respect to tho United States." ' used as a potential lever to bring the compllshod end eloquont. He, too, anthem and a world expression "of C. R. BENNETT, M. D., allied governments Into accord with-th- e The attltudo of former President debts from Russia, whethor It would His Physician. b PrPer t0 consider tho status was a duellist and a dead shot. Ho home sentiment. It is all this conproposals of this government; Wilson upon tho disposition ot Yap no' R. C. OWENS. of thcVFrench dobts to the United declined a nomination tor governor centrated history, tradition and roHow serious a disagreement them was set forth In a statement which common in and to Congress and refused all of- mance expressed in the beautiful song may be between this viewpoint atnd,, lie made to the State Department on states contracted ior tno LOUISVILL EMARKETS. fice except once to carry his district that Ken,tucklans everywhere are interest?" J March 3, 1921. Tho former Presithat ot tho Senate advocates of the" President Fill- vited to preserve and perpetuate in for the Legislature, dent wns quoted as saying that his E. L. UULLIXGTON'S Cattle Midweek market brought resolution remains to be developed more Induce'd him to become mln- - the purchase ot Federal Hill as a first Information of a contention that BODY BURIED IJERE ister to the two Sicilies, where ho liv state shrine tor future generations. out a light number and trading was jitter the special session meets. decision ot May 7, "socalled tho At a dinner here last night somo of ed tor several years at Naples and Noto: The Judge Rowan referred about on, a parity with the past day 1319," by tho Council of Four asthe senators most prominent Hu. forThe remains of Edward L. Bulling-to- iiome ana rcturnea in isoi-z- , to above was ot tho same family of or two. Best light butchers found signing Yap to Japan was given to eign relations are understood to have age 64 years, 7 months and 14 Tho old home at Federal Hill Is Rowans as now reside in Ohio Coun- a fairly good outlet at steady prices. him by Mr. Norman Davis. Mr. Wil- days, who died March 30th. ot brlghts M. Vlvlanl, the former informed flllod with history. General William ty, in fact tho -- Rowans now resident Medium and common kinds slow and son then said that ho informed Mr. .disease, In 4ho Old Masons' Homo, French premier, who la lsitlng hore. Lytle wns a nephew of the elder ot this section are all descendents of uneven. Davis ho had nover consented to such Shelbyvtlle, this' State, were brought Quotations: Prime heavy steers that his government need not h'opo Rowan and often visited there. Ho' the John Rowan who settled on the assignment. an arriving Saturday. wrote the famous poem, "I am Dying, spot in 179G, where tho fanfous and $8.50 08.75; heavy shipping steers that a peace declaration would be hero for burial, Mr. Wilson said that on several The interrment taking place in the long delayed. They plan to brinff $S (Q8.J0; medium to good $7.50 Egypt Dying." There also visited much loved song was composed. ho had mado specific '"' I occasions of the following ,day at Theodore O'Hara .author ot the A suggestion which has met with 8; common light steers $7 7.50; tho measure quickly Into the proafternoon . nervations regarding the Island of. arttnrA1-nfi7K fat heifers fG,508.50r fat cows $6 gram of the special session and they had taken tho position that F. & A, M ot which deceased was "Bivouac ot tho Dead." Tho house approval, is, that Miss Margaret Yap and 7.50; medhim cows $4 6; cut- express unbounded confidence that it Is filled antique mahogany and 'Marks, Assistant Cashier of thuPaik it should not bo assigned under any a member conducted the services at rosewood with canners ?22.50; bulls will be adopted quickly. paintings ' ot Hartford, bo designated to receive ters furniture, fine AH.lnA n m..j .There has been no Indication that luuuuiiiu n, nnv nnn Prtwflr. , lint. the crave land historic souvenirs. It la pssnn- - donations from all nersons la Ohio $4. 505.50; feeders ?6.508.50; should bo Internationalized for cablo'I Mr. Bulllngton formerly resided in j the President would mako an open type, ' County who wish to aldjn tho Worthy stockers ?G8.35; milch cows $20 tjauy a manor house of tho old fight to delay action, but what he says puriiuai-B- . I Hartford, but went South several well preserved and crowded with tra- - cause ot preserving to Kentucky's 80. Secretnry Hughes- - Insisted In h!s(yean ng0i fonowJns hi8 tra(le, that I posterity Calves Trade decidedly slow, tho on tno sWect In his message to estate dltlons, tragic, romantic and historic. the "Federal Hill" noto that any ommlsslon to mako of a Darbor untn a fow months ago to good 4to $e.50; common sress will be studlod carefully for as a shrine for all her sons and daugh Horn Near Pittsburg. ' of Yap who ho wa8 forced t0 qu,t work on dellcato shados of moaning, and tho protest agattjasslgnment to medium 3 4. Stephen C. Foster was not a ters. impression ho conveys is expected to ns a ces- - nccount of rall,ng health. Recent-Blo- n to Japan Hogs Market active, with steady He was.born on tho fiftieth Donations left with or sent to Miss the proceedings ,v hfi m.do nnniIcaton ttiru the lo- of Best hogs, haY0 much weIEht w,tn raany senators ot In Marks will be thankfully received, a prices on all weights. ot ,.., . uuuwaoiuu. mm ." the Declaration ", "UBOI1,u .. ! Simrome Council did not and CUI .. "? "D"'"VU" near rocdrd of the donor's name carefully 200 pounds and up, sold at $9.25; .of his party. "- " dependence m 1526, In a village "uu6 I ;,,;" cowii the Old Masons' Home, where nis Pittsburg. Ho was a' cousin of tho kepi jnd all forwarded to the tbief 120 to 200 pounds $10; pigs 90 to "As no treaty has ever ueen con- - death took place. Rowans thru the Barclay family ot treasurer, who will likewise preserve 120 pounds $8.75; 90 pounds down SOLDIER WHO FELL IX FRANCE BROUGHT HOM0B cluded with tho United States," Sec-- 1 Pennsylvania. One of Foster's sisters, the record that It may be deposited $7.75; throwouta $6.25 down. ' retary Hughes wrote, "relating to tlfe riSO1 COURT IN Shoep and Lambs Few changes Charlotte, who had a beautiful voice and retained In the archives at "Fed-or- al REGULAR SESSION Private John Laws, of the 42nd. noted In values. Best sheep $4 Island of Yap and as no ono has ev Hill." and musical talent of hor own, died. down; bucks $2.50 down. Beat lambs Division, Re&lar Army, probably tho or been nuthorlzed to cede or sur County Fiscal Court, The Ohio from $7lg9; saconds $5(3)6. Best first Ohio County boy to lose his llfo render the right or Interest of tho URINDELL IHICO.MES C. O. HUXTEU, TREASURER. .in the recent war, and who was killed spring lambs higher. United Stntos In Hie Island, tills uov- - composed ot Justices Ed Shown, B. ' battle near Solssons, M"y 29, v PRISONER XO. 72,32k ornmont must Insist that It has not C. Rhoods, W. O. Knott, Q. B. Brown, Produce Market Tho Fiscal Court, at It's "regular dealors quoto buyjng 1918, was recently exhumed and tho Produce lost Its right or Interest ns It existed , O. E. Scott, W. G. Daugherty, W. S. County April term, Monday, Osslng, N. Y., April 4. Robert P. lirlcos as follows .net to shipper, the , remains returned to his old homo-C. O. airlor to any action of tho Supremo Dean and Ben Rice, with Lengue ot Nations und Judgo Mack Cook presiding and Clerk Hunter County Treasurer. Mr. Hun-'t- Brindell, labor loader convicted of shipper paying freight and drayage, near town. taking placo Council or tho Sunday afternoon at the McDowell has served tho County In this extortion and who onco wielded great cfiarges: .cannot recognize tho allocation of Blankenshlp doing tho clerical work, burying grounds. Local Eggif rl9c dozen. tho Island or tho validity ot tho man- convoneu nore Tuesuay, aujourning capacity during the past sevpn years. power In tho building trades .of New County Attorney A. D. n so far as our knowledge Wednesday. goes, York City, tonight became convict No; Poultry Hens 2Cc lb ; large men, In uniforms served as pall bearto Japan. date without opposition. When ho shaH 72,328 In Sing Sing prison whero ho spring chickens 25c lb.; small 32c ers and buglor. Funeral servlcos "This Government." tho note con- Kirk also was present. Other thnn tho election of a Coun- - have served tho Incoming term ho wilt began serving n sontence of from five lb.; old roosters 12 013c lb.; stags were conducted by Rev. Russell Walhns been clearly stated tin,,a 20c lb ; young ducks 24c Ib.f No. 1 ker, pastor ofthe Hartford' Baptist in n'ovlous communications, seeks no ty Treasurer for tho onsulngup term havo 11 years of continuous sorvlcejI to ten years. for to his crdlt. "Mut" Is deserving, a For tho tlmo bolng he Is a member turkeys 36c lb.; geese 12c lb ; gui- Church, of which church tho deccasod Interest In tho Isand of only routine business was exclusive 'good man, in tho right place. do8lro t0 securo any transaction. lot what is known as tho "awkward neas 30c each; young guineas 50c. Soldier was a member. Yap nU(1 nas STAND m without having Blmllnr to other Powers, Including, of course, Japan, and relyprivileges RIGHTS ing upon tho sonse "Federal Hill" And The Birth Of "My Old Kentucky Home iiac-rlflc- ed y EX-SERVI- -- as s T&?2Z Jo " filing ZJTLtf "" ... " " -- I ,1-- 11 1 peo-.Stat- lady-ln-waltl- n, ! -.- ?34; Con-medi- um (gHtoperate Ken-tuckia- n. co n ir ,... ...."""""'""' I ( or . 3MMVMMNM! v WW JA'WfftJil'WBS.. JiUMSJlJftJ?wass-Jifc'Wf- c J fcV.WTTO kst ixyrraswsTjjns iMi M " itnr.iinir'H nn In order to cash checks EUROPE MUST PAY amounting to S 1,400 at a fashlonablo hntnl hero. Ho Is also said to havo WAR DEBT IN FULL ARRESTED a pollco record In Indlannpolls whero MN GETS charged ho forge1 checks. It Is Harding was attending a uazanr given by tho Knights Templar when Firm Stand Taken By.U. S. Man Posed As President's Mr. Sloan placed him under arrest. d On Foreign Loan Out nt tho Harding home Mr. Sloan-founCousin Fleeced Many a big picture of tho President Question. Chicagoians. In the parlorwlth tho furniture and decorations so arranged to mnkoit ' tho center of attraction Washington, April 1. Tho United THE UNIVERSAL CAR Chicago, April 2. Pearl Harding, White House Silent On Impostcr'n Ar- States government will Insist that the rest. - 13, who thought sho was going to bo powers associated with It In tho war "THE FORD TOURING CAR" Washington, April 2. Everett A. with Germany repay1, principal and "tlio White House baby" la heartbroktoday that she la Harding, held In Chicago on a chargo interest, their indebtedness of more en. - Sho discovered money-makinnot a cousin of tho President whon of Impersonating' a federal officer, than $10,000,000,000 to this country. Surely tho most universal ot nil cars. Serving, satisfying, and her brother, Everett Harding, was ar- Is not related to President Harding President Harding and his cabiIt stands day after day. year af tor year, ovorywhoro thruout tho world of civilization. rested on a chargo of Impersonating as ho claims, it was learned here to net dlscussod tho whole question of s, Harding day. ono universal car. A sourco of pleasuro and a bearer of Everett inrn class by itself tho b. federal officer. foreign Indebtedness at their meeting Touring Car had been posing as tho President's 'While tho White House would have today and tho President disclosed afon tho farm and In tho city. Anywhere, and everywhere, tho Ford qualities. cousin ever since March 4. Ho also nothing to say regarding the 'matter ter the conference that tho policy ot satisfying, money-makin- g stands supremo in Its service-givinho was going to be his assistant and 13 taking no hand In the case, It his administration Is to regard tho which said satisfactory, economical, dcpohdnblo "Ford That reliable, secretary. Many Chicago people were is known that tho Chicago man also foreign loans as a "valued asset" as you prosperity, is Is making tho Ford dealers and tho Ford car twin factors for has been representing himself as an which ultimately must bo repaid by duped by tho deception. preparPennsylvania assistant secretary to the President, In Its possibilities because wherever you go tho Ford dealer Is know, universal Among others Is the the debtor nations. -right In our Kailroad Company, who chartered tho position held by Rudolph Forster. ed to take caro of your wants and nowhere nro they better prepared than Tlila to f Jin first flnt nrnnnunrrtmont g machlnry, Ford-taughim n special car to attend the Inau- Letters so addressed have been reach- of tho Harding administration on tho shops. Wo have everything In tho way of labor-savinFord-mad- o parts. Wo want you to reguration of tho President. His check ing tho White House. It question of allied Indebtedness. and skilled workmen, and tho genulno "Jimmy" Sloan, former secret serv- refutes permanently all reports to tho j for $1,999.90 In payment for the car ? IIU8 'ftMB member this because itmcans that your car need novor bo Idlo. has boen returned marked 'no funds.' ice man, who acted as President I effect that tho new administration . We can now glvo you reasonably prompt dollveris and It Is only fair to us thnt only one Harding's 'body guard during the "Baby" Pearl Is not tho might agree to' cancellation. you should leave your orders with as Httlo delay as possible, If you want us to bo who Is grieving. There are about six- campaign and now is attached to tho The President let It be known folClub, White House executive staff, went to ty members of tho Hamilton prompt in making delivery you will bo prompt In placing your order. lowing the cabinet meeting todny that congressmen, a state senator Chicago to make an investigation. He several the question ot t'ao foreign loans had and many Chicago business men he was told that Everett A. Harding is occupied a large part of the discusthe father of the young girl who has sion and that, while tho nature of thy Is said tojiavo fleeced of ?10,000. His connection with tho President, been widely reportod as having been disc:3jion was not to be mado nubho Is said to- - havo told thorn, gave Invited by the President and Mrs. ile, it could be stated as tho pullev BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY him llcenso as a promoter de luxe. He Harding to come to the White House of his ad.imiftratlon to count upon was going to build a hotel, open a to live with them. No such invita- repayment of the principal and in chain of candy stores, and start a tion ever was Issued or thought of. forest of the '.est sums advance 1 lvi -- monthly magazine, to which he said It was understood that Mr. Sloan s countrv l0 the allied governments tho President had agreed to contri- obtect in going to Chicago was not to durinc the war, cause an arrest, but to end the anbute an article evory month. Accrued Interest on these loans alnoyance and embarrassment that has ready amounts to over $1,000,000,-00- 0 "Handed Out Plums." He "let his friends In" on these been caused the President. Apparentwhich brings tho .total of allied ventures and is said to hayo collected ly this effort failed and tho arrest lnneuieaness 10 um ui iu icu uu .. thousands of dollars from them. In followed. half billions. No payments of interest Besides spreading reported lnvlta- - 1mm been received by tho United addition lie told them he was to have, no intention of marrying, but in splto 'working agreements havo bcon tenta SEER the final word in handing out federal tlons to his daughter to become a States from any debtor governments, JAPANESE of this ho was married before tho tively decided upon at these conferi .......,, uu SEES BAD YEAR year was over just as I had predict ences, ho said, the board will take up me ivimo plums and more than a score of men menvier oi ii.n iiihitn u Aiinn rnmnv , f ...horo thev borrowed nioro the matter for final decision. horo havo been expecting to receive and representing himself as a cousin ed." mvlrnment for that pur- -- and assistant secretary to the Presi-- j pose. Tho steamship men expressed themappointments. Prophet Of Tho Orient Had Foretold Young Harding, who is as years (ient, the Chicago warding cnanereo. Bad breath, bitter tasto, dizziness selves as in accord with the board's Deferred. Tho Mnrrlnge'Of Wilson Interest old, Is in Jail at Waukegan, 111., where a special Pullman car in which he and a general "no account" feeling Is views, tho chairman continued, add To a Willow. The Treasury Department, during by secret service agents, brought a party of friends to Wash-H- o ho was taken a sure sign of a torpid liver. Herblno ing that conferences would begin soon administration and with ! was unable to give $5,000 bond. ington for the Inauguration and is the Wilson It makes the between them and tho seamen. s the medicine needed. By D. N. PARRY, approval of Congress, agreed to Capt. Thomas I. Porter, head of said to have done numerous other the Tho negotiations, board officials exn liver active, vitalizes tho blood, reguthese International News Service Staff Corot .interest-othe Chicago secret service, called things on the claim ot relationship the deferment years, ending in 1923. restores a flno plained, affect all marine engineer, lates tho bowels and respondent. debts for there President Harding over the long dls- - j with the President. feeling of energy and cheerfulness. firemen, seamen, cooks, stewards and-- . In other , words, payments of interest Toklo, April 2. Tho fortunes of -- ' anco telephone and told him of the ar-- . i,i,im,. ,,.in the United States of America for Price GOc. Sold by Ohio County wireless operators on tho Atlantic and Surgeons agree that in oases of on t e cbU In a 1 rest. Ho said the President answer- w Gulf coasts. Working agreements Drug Company. not begin for o er two 1921, as seen by Prof; Donsho Koda-m- a, ed that there are so many Hardlngs Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the with the masters and mates, it was 4t billion dollars In important, which time another Oriental seer and diviner, are in this country that It isn't a sur- -' first treatment said, do not expire until August 1. OASES IX GOTHAM Koda-m,s appll- - .Interest prise to find a renegade of that name. When an efficient antiseptic J ' mostIt discouraging. Professor Uniteda AUK GROWING HARE ot By that t was who visited In tho Arrest was brought about by James ed promptly, there is no danger of principal. and In terest w closely ap States, talked to- - President Wilson e Sloan, a secret service operative, who infection and the wound begins to 2. VSRlffl&WK8TK!R?!5BS April Now York, a tota loft e b""0raUon and received tho executive's assur- oases along Now York's famous "gay came from Washington, to investigate, heal at once. For use on man or r;o5 ch As yet the Hard Jng ance that he had no Intention of reJ is the ideal antlsep- Too many letters addressed to the beast, Borozono way" are gradually drying up gone no f rthw th allS marrying, yet immediately prophe whito prohibition, but on tho swarmbogus check have been reaching the ' tic and healing agent. Buy It now, has under and Anal stand that tho sied that the President would marry White House and caused suspicion. and be ready for an emergency. Price firm must be repaid. are flour a widow. At tho Peer3 Club in Toklo ing East Side saloons still 25c. GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by. debt t'h Saill. m Just how it is to ha uimu will be a he recently called representative Ja- ishing. Drug Co. Ohio County n by tho Hamilton Club Stirred A survey matter for considerable negotiations panese and foreign newspaper men Among places where the arrest League made public today set forth At together with the governments Involved. 2 FEET OF SNOW FALLS that ho might give them, as caused a stir is the Hamilton Club, j NEAR PORTLAND, OREGON present the secretary ot treasury Is his custom, tho prophecy for 1921 only 23 per cent of tho old saloons In of which the young Imposter was tho Broadway district now were opon holds notes ior mo principal m. regarding the powers of the world. Along twelvo miles of mado an' honorary member and where April 3. Oregon and has the power to convert them Portland, Ore., Brightness appears in tho predic- for business. the old "cock- ho has been feted on numerous occa on WnaMnitnn PTnerlpnred a re - lir.fr, lnni-torobligations. Jn do- "Black-DraugKodama only for tho tho famous thorofaro Is. tion ot Professor places are slons since March 4. Mayor William turn tQi wmier weather conditions to- - lng this he will have to work out a ....mImIam MIC UV3I IIVll tall trail" only forty-on- o Ill UfJllllUII, Ik. k..l Him. Japanese empire, and even In this medicine on the market," XTt tAm Hale Thompson and other Republl gnow ,lurrles from many sef. raethod of taking caro ot the defor- - country tne falluroto solve the Ameri- alleged still to bo ministering to the states Mrs. R. H. White- - VXf; , can leaders liau ueen misieu uy ins thirsty. temperatures from all red Interest. ca-Japan question Is a discouragside, of Keota.Okta. She & story. But on tho East Sldo, partlcularly were reported. Tho converted bonds, under the ing note. America, says the Japancontinues: "(had a pain aveHis private car was attached to the in my chest alter ealing At one point on the Columbia Rlv- - law. can not bear a rate of Interest ese prophet Is to experience an ex- along First, Second and Third tight, uncomfortable fee- ?5K5 same train that brought bacic tne, ej. H, h between here and Asto lower than that of the Liberty loan is tremely hard year. England will bo nues, 70 .per cent of tho ob,l snloons lingand this was very Washington-Hamilton Club's car from ria mow twQ fMt deop wag reported. sue which produced the money loan- sorely torn by Internal strife, Ger- are said to ue "siui uoing uusineas ui disagreeable and brought and it was on the train mat tne ciuo In Portland there were snow flurries. ed to foreign powers. on headache. 1 was conmany is headed cither for the devil tho samo old stand." Tho league as members discovered him. The Ham stipated and knew it was Lewlston, Idaho, April 3. A snowTho opinion of officials here Is that or for prosperity at breakneck speed, pointed to this high percentage Indigestion and inactive ilton Club Is ono of tho leading Re- storm, developed at midnight, con- Europe's ability to" pay is largely deto bo" a emphasizing "the demoralizing .effect Russia will continue liver. 1 began the use of publican organizations of tho coun- tinued tonight In the prairie section pendent upon how soon she gets down while In tho sections of night and seething pot ot turmoil and will bo try. ot the popuwhero a large proportion morning, and it sure is oast of Lewlston. the depth at to work and affects her economic re shunned by the world at large. splendid and certainly Pearl Harding has told her friends Grangevllle having reached 10 Inches, habllltatlon from the effects ot war. foreign birth and extracChina will suffer from renewed lation is of gives reHef." and has given Interviews to the paThe ability of the allied governments drouths and will experience a radical tion." pers to the effect that she is going to . to carry thru their Intention of niak- -' administrative change, but Japan is spend long periods at the White jllng Germany pay also enters tho plc- - to bo blessed bytho gods and will For the stomach and bowel disorS 'mre. V-rn-rthe eighth House after finishing ders of babios Mcdeo's Baby Elixir is it is said. smilo in the sunshine of ah grade In June. Newspapers thruout , Tho whole question of repayment prosperous year in which all her a remedy of genwlno merit. It acts tho country published her picture quickly, Is pure wholesomo and pleasof the huge allied Indebtedness, af- problems save tho American-Japanes- e With tho caption "The White House ant to take. Price 25c and 50c por t fecting, as it doea, tho whole economic question will be solved. t structure of the world, Is so vast that Baby." County Drug By JONATHAN BRACE t BLACK-DRAUGHProfessor Kodama's method of re- bottle. Sold by Ohio m t this administration Is as yet unpre- ceiving prophecies Is most Interesting. Company. it Is believed that she also was HI. NEW JERSEY duped. Her brother Is believed to It: Only thru patient EW JER t pared to tackle ot experts with con- He claims to obtain important divihavo convinced her that she was a t study on the part 8gmM&, Vi SEY be "What!" said Lord Coleridge once nations by a certain ceremony in cousin of the President and ho took sideration of each government's abil- which he makes himself as ono of to a puzzled cabman, "you a London ( en in e the Washington tho day her with him to third state t ity to pay can a solution bo arrived at, the gods, and thus hears their divine cabby and don't know whero tho law of tho Inauguration. Iti ImSwik 31 Just six duys t It is stated. messages. The United States Pro- courts are?" While on tho way to jail, Harding uftcr Pennsyl t The comparative strength of the fessor Kodama compares to "a man For over seventy years "Oh! tho law courtsJs It? I know told tho secret servlco men that vania hud for- - t financial condition of Great Britain, ho them; but you said tho courts ot Jus this purely vegetable t -' , wltu hor va8tiy increased empire as a without legs to stand on," but Harding himself was the sssss-smnlly adopted President to assure America that somo tice! Christian Register. preparation has been tho Constitution. This territory, J.rei:uU of tho wa, may re3Uu in in- - hastens first to suggest that thoy wore refound beneficial by thougreat powers, possibly from Asia, will 4 which covers 8,i!24 square miles, lated. ststence that she begin payments on assist her to regain her equilibrium AMERICAN SEAMEN sands of persons suffer originally wus a purt ot tne "Corresponded Willi Harding" TO GET WAGE CUT her dobt of $4,200,000,000 earlier and recover her composure. "Japan .. 'Ing from effects of a tor-province of New Netherlands. depot "I met him once In tho union I than the other nations. This opinion and America," he says, "stand liko 3foi pid. or slow-actiliver. In 1001, after the English conat Indianapolis," he said. "Ho rewas expressed In some circles today two" mountains. Washington, April 1. Declsfon to Indigestion, will be no quest ot New Netherlands, the biliousness, There marked that we must be rolatod. That following the President's announco- - definite solution of tho problems now reduce the wages of tho 60,000 men colic. coAtedvfaiBfalz duko of York sold the southern was before he was mentioned for the mout of policy. portion to Lord Berkeley and Sir 'ziness, conslfplcllfbit- pending between them, as neither employed on American ships operatcorrespresidency. After that we George Curteret. Tho latter hud With regained financial health, mountain can approach tho other." ing out ot Atlantic and Gulf ports ler taste, sleeplessness, ponded frequently." won some distinction us goverother governments could Tall In line lack of energy, pain In. reports that Japan may havo a was reached today at a conforenco ot The Chicago ho When Sloan came to nor of tho little island of Jersey behind tho United Kingdom to refund new premier during tho year of 1921 representatives ot tho American back, puiflness under the in tho English channel, and It found many psoplo who wore positive eyes any or all of these their indebtedness to tho United were denied by tho prophecy of Pro- Steamship Owners' Association and was lu his honor thut tho new the young man was sincere In what symptoms often indicate States. fessor Kodama. Premier Hara, ac- Chairman Benson, ot tho Shipping provinco camo to be culled New ' ho said. One porson howover, was The definite determination of tho cording to tho divination, Is to remain Board. that there is something Jerboy. Tho eastern portion, skeptical. That was Dr. William J. Harding administration to demand head of tho government the matter with your Agreements under which the seaat least that about Nowurk, was bottled Hlckson, of tho municipal psycholorepayment of tho allies' war indebted- twelve months longor. liver. You can't' be loo men now nro working oxpiro May 1 by Carteret and the territory to gical laboratory. ness, it Is believed, will havo a careful about the medithe southwest, where Burlington Queried as to whothernr not any and tho steamship ownors sought tho "Certainly, I know Evorott Hard- effect on foreign production, of his larger prophecies had eyer fail- approval of tho board to a plan tor cine you take. Be sure and Trentou now stand, fell to , lug," ho said. "I examined him on Berkeley. After a few years on which depends finally our ability ed in materializing Professor Koda- readjusting wages and working conthat the name. "Thed Juno 11 last year and found his Berkeley sold his share to a ford's Is to collect. Tho board, howover, ho had been too ditions". ma admitted that party of Quakers and two m cUlms, to relationship to tho Prosl- on the package. At all , to approvo any spcclflo plan, quick white In America in lOlC, to provinces were formed, dsnt based on an illusion. Theyoung druggists. predict n Republican victory. After Chairman Benson said, and the terms called East and West Jersey. man U mentally unsound 'and not wore- - reunited, howover, in tho Wilson second term victory ho of the wage reductions proposed by They Accept Only l'OfPUnslblo for hU actions." 1702, und became u bluglo provrealized that he had been too quick tho owners were not made public. -- Sloan pursued his invostlgations the Genuine. For Infants and Children The board insisted, tho chairman ince under the direct rule ot tho In. predicting Republican success. nnj found young Harding Is tho son Kiigllhh crown. said, "I predict- added, that before any definite action Years In Use For Over "By the way," ho of liphrlam Harding, formerly king New Jersey casts fourteen Always bears ed at the Whito House thafPrcstdont is taken in readjusting wages, conChicago gambling syndicate of a electoral votes for president. the I Wilson would marry a widow. Tho ferences must bo held between the (byMcCIura Nwpaper Syndicate.) Young Harding was arrested on Signature of President told mo then that ho had owners and tho men. A'ter new June 10 for posing as Warren G. i;;.r.r.:;:j'S claimed g, bur-don- g, Aftor-Sorvlc- g, tim-savin- ht f BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY r J , i m ' ' Pt. " Old-tim- I Anti-Saloo- For Torpid Liver ht m ( Black-Draug- rm-m.mm.'V- ' TVio xr n . all-rou- I Our States Thedford's T ne I ng ch Black-Draugh- t," dls-tlu- . CASTOR rA 30 Wsss em "" if AM WWJr BETTER CARE OF INSANE IS URGED - I , Washington, April 1 Tho first imot Mental Hygiene, as suggested by tho moro serious diseases. Feople portant move slnco tho armistice towas ono of tho Dr. Williams, will bo the Introduc who contract pneumonia first tako effect that Jeffries hangers-o- n at the different training ward rehabilitating the army's air or a cnangcu nuuuao lowuru inp cold. Tho longer a cold hangs on, tion days,' nnd" that Cor-bc- tt servlco was taken today when the mentally diseased and tho extension tho greater tho danger, especially camps ot thoso tho War Department placed orders for was specially partial to germ diseases, as a cold thru tho stato of the activities ot tho from tho 200 Thomas Morso type pursuit airpsychological clinic, now actlvo in prepares tho system for tho reception big fellow because he could maul and planes and thirty-fiv- e Martin bombgerms ot con pummell him to 'his heart's content and development of tho Louisville. ers. "Tills clinic," said Dr. WIlllamH, sumption, diphtheria, scarlet fover without nny apparent damage to tho The pursuit piano contract went to big fellow, and Jeffries always con"should bo supported nnd dovelopcd. and whooping cough. Tho quicker tho Boeing Company ot Seattle, theso maullngs The public should bo educated to you get rid of your cold, tho less descended to tako goodnaturdly. In other words, Cor-be- tt Washington nnd totaled about $1, bring Its problems to tho clinic, nnd tho danger of contracting ono ot these found him a punching bag par 400,000, Secretary Weeks announced. similar clinics should bo organized diseases. Chamberlain's Cough RemTho Martin type bombers were orexcellence. edy has a great reputation as a cure thruout tho state." dered from the L. W. F. Company of tor colds and can be depended upon. .Started Out In 1800. Many Can Ilo Ctitcil. punchlngs Carden City, L. I., at a cost of about m Through lnnumberable It Is pleasant to take. each. Tho Mcntla Hygtone Soctoty should a Jeffries became fairly adapted to tho $23,000 Secretary Weeks said that since tho bo a center of oducatlon, according to own game, and ho soon started on hl3 army air servlco has BURNS TO PUT PEP -Dr. Williams. Ho Is credited with win- armistice the Initiative. to an extent that made im- - deteriorated "Thoro is Just ob much superstiIN SECRET SERVICE ning several contests of minor imperative that steps be taken to tion about insanity in Kentucky as portanco.ln 1890, and in tho follow it ,lnfpnt.i flPV.. bring it again to tho point of ef Helen- -, clsowhorc. It nothing clso could bo ruinous Detect he Snyi Ho Is Onlng L the end dono for tho mentally sick wo would rcaf"1 planes now of,the h0eral prominent fighters, among them To Mnko Tiling "Whiz" When' be justified In making them physical6us Ituhlln and Joe Choynski, whom He Takes Charge. ' ly comfortable and Isolating them. he fought to a draw in twenty rounds. Secretary said, would be useless Hut this is not tho caso. Insanity is In 189S ho hnd a remarkable rec- - War emergency unless subjccteiLto a Oyster Day, L. I., April 2. Wil. in an A, T1AAM TAl. a disease llko any other disease. liam J. Hums, International detective ) There Is not one typo of mental di Is to b3 solo head ot tho United States son. Pete .Everett, Tom Sharkley and "!' sease, but there aro many. These Secret Servlco after May 1. These men wore Bob Armstrong, airplanes owned by diseases havo their causes, run their Hums says tho appointment I lo certainly a quartette of top.nptchers course, respond (o treatment and in rnmn frnm Attorney General Dauwh- - nnd in winning from them he had ev- - army w th the exception o oi comPHveljr small number o Martin n ntiitiliAi tt fnaoci Toenrnrv. Xnf nnlv .-, ,. . . .. 0rtv nt tno suggestion oi I'resiueni er? right to challenge tho champion. bombers and a few pursuit planes. pre- -j nt rnpV do they recover, but they may bo wi jiar(jnB. wore three or four years old and n koo t.. vented. It has been estimated that ..whcn j get ln Bums declares, obsolete, CO per cent ot tho people who go to Thcro aro tow distinctive class ot therefore pay ..lWng8 wll, bogln t0 wMZt. i am for the planes ordered nds to mental diseases need ,ng tQ put fln ond t(J the mcompeten.-no- t fighters, and both of them aro figur-.- ,' for today remafh available out of the ap- ., . prop- - wm f..nr., havo goilo if thoy had been cy whch now cx,8t8( aml rm golng Proprtatlona for the air service for erly handled In time. Tho Kentucky lQ ke th0 gecrct 80rvlc0 of tho UnIt. by these is meant superior at boxing ln-(- ul i "" """" Society of Mental Hygiene, by game ,' tateg the grentcst lnsutution in and tho finer points ot-tThe specifications for tho planes forming Judges, courts, legislatures tno worl(j and those whom It is impossible to were not made public. nnd school teachers as to tho proper Th0 bJnch n(m, ,n wl g0 outi and knock out; possessing natural ln. wea ' ot proceeding lu theso con- methods tlloy.u takQ ,t 0I1 the nm t00. Tho stlncts to suffer without loss of .jui, pool SCMMOXS can do the stato a great sorvlco. But ' on,y mfln j wlH be rC3ponsibie to will sclousness; a capacity for standing ' SEKVKD ON IIENIIY CLAY . It may as well bo realized hero and. n)fnrnpv CGnoral. and ,o will punishment to a greater extent than now that not a great deal ot sood;do tho to,kJngf wWIeIdo theaotlng an advorsary is capable of giving. gman boys of thQ cUy wm3 roSQ cart be accomplished until thoso in AV11I ItcorKnnlzc Sttiff.' Jeffries belonged to the latter class. car,y fln(1 ma(j0 a frantlc soarch thru authority, dealing with tho Insane, Favor. AVclRht In tho va"What about bJg B,ster.3 room for an cmpty candy come to havo n different idea about rious departments of tho secret serJeffries fought nt 230 pounds; Fltz tQ hoW QUt tQ teachcr and then these people. As long as tho Judgo vice?' I asked. at luz. J on sioou six icei unuuuu i gleefully exclaim "April Fool," were thinks 'so muc.li time for such an Inches; Fitz measured five not alono In playing April foolj "Thoy'vo got twenty departments, one-hayou can not go far," w Inches. When in playful, each with a. boss," ho replied. "It Is feet eleven and one-haMen indulged Tho closo connection between crlmo all wrong. There is tho Department one considered' the physical differ- Jokes. pranks also, it wes discovered yesterand mental dlseaso wns emphasized nt TnoMrn flint nttnnrifl to Violations ence of the two men, tho wight, day. by Dr. Williams, who described thol)t tho (edoral 8tatutea. tho Trea3Urr strength on general magnitude, It Deputy Sheriff Hershcl Allen spent psychiatric clinic .formed five years secret servlco, that attends to coun- Is certain that 'the only chance tho some time Friday aftornoon waiting ago at Sing Sing. This clinic has terfeiting; another secret service that smaller man "had was his ability, In the hall qf tho main floor of the slnco been responsible for tho new guards tho President from attack; anof arms and legs, in other Jetferson County Court House. He being built, Sing Sing which Is now There was armed with a description and a other which seeks out revenue tax words the art ot with n permanent. psychiatric clinic dodcers. and endless others. It is was thirteen years difference In their summons to serve on "Henry Clay" as ono of Its. chief features. While all nonsense. ages, and Fltz had arrlvd nt that as soon as he appeared in the gloom the experimental clinic was at work v "Senator McCormlck has introduc period of life when the allotted span of the corridor. it examined for two years (ivory pris ed a bill calling for .the consolida- ot the athlete has passed. He was After stopping sovcral persons and oner committed to Sing Sing. As n tion of each branch of tho secret ser- at least 37 years of age; Jeffries 24. asking if' they know "Mr. Clay," he result of these examinations It was vice Into one body with ono head. I'm. The thought Is uppermost, however, realized that ho had been standing reported that 59 per cnt of the for it. Tho attorney general Is for that It this physical giant could have In tho presence of the man he sought prisoners exnmlncd could uo classi- It. Ho will be tho supremo head and met Fltzslmmons nt tho tlmo ho for it was none other than the fied in tonrs of psychlatiy, fought Denteeyj and .Peter Mahor, Groat Commoner, whose statue I will drect every operaton. Money Is "Wasted. "First, I will stop this everlasting Fltz would have had little difficulty adorns the conter ot the rotunda. A "Among tho repeaters" said Dr. duplication of effort. It we stop the In defeating ilm. deputy In tho office of the Circuit A. few years makes a vast differ-onc- e Williams, "mental diseases woro ni- - duplication of work, wo can savo mil Clerk was tho perpetrator. Louisin "the essentials necessary to vlllo Herald. j merous. Men of mlddlj ago were lions to tho government. Then wo the fighting game. Tho agility and spent mem tlmo In will have something llko efficiency. found who "We have never had a real secret the power to stand punishment is not PRUSSIAN PRINCE than out and tn;s because of V'lson FIDDLES FOR MONEY rotntal slck.uss. Now. when you sorvlco, Jealousy, Incompetency, po there and as it la safe to say that ho consider thijt it costs th. state of litical drag, and red tape havo thriv-o- d was but a small part of the Fltzslmmons ot earlier days. I Berlin, April 2. Prince Friedrlch yew York $i POO to convict a felon, for years. Another obstacle against perfect J wilhelm, of Prussia, fiddles to raise yew can see what a silly way ot "Next we will work with every poit Is to continue to convict lice department Id America,, hand in condition was that he had forsaken campaign funds for tho Prussian tho amlthyfor the glare of tho foot- monarchists party, the German Naover and ovtr again offenders who glove. . of this All "They're promising mo a free hand. lights and the applause ot the audi- tional People's party. Investigators will always Io offender:-money couk,tavo been jnve.l If there With that free hand wo will go after ence, for ho was a popular favorite have accused the Communists ot rerugged ceiving their funds from Moscow, and had been some ono to ascertain tho this situation as police reserves go at this time. He missed the prisoners after a mob. And thoro Is going to exercise of the blacksmith,, and his the Socialists ot having taken them cond . on ot th? j. i.tol habits were not conducive to strength trom the state treasury. The monarbo. somo vben they weie first committed " tho Post, . On the basis of the work ot the Na"AH this sounds boastful, doesn't. and stamina, and this was against chists Berlin newspaper, praises Prince Friedrlch Wilhelm for tional Committee for Mental Hygleno It? Well, for years I was In the se- him. Strength was Lucking. his choice of methods. tho whole treatment of criminals In cret service as an operator. I know All what tho situation Is. And so ho went down to defeat, j The prince played a matinee con New York has been reversed "Daughorty wants results quick- But the account he gave ot himself cert at the Slngakademlo, but tho dls prisoners convicted ot felony will immediately to ly and he's going to get them that's will not be" forgotten by Jeffries so tribution ot tickets was carefully from now on be sent long as he lives; It was in keeping controlled to prevent tho entrance ot the psychiatric clinic, where they alll" with his past prowess. The ability persons who might have wished to mm will bo thoroly examined. Ho could break up the concert. Tho Best Laxative of tho fighter remained. cases will be discussed, not "Their hit often enough but not hard enough 4 from tho point of vlow of tho crlml' "Your plan is a good one, but do "My sedentary habits have necessi- It was beyond the powers of any puginal, but of tho individual," said Dr. hygleno must tated the use of an occasional laxa- list to put Jeffries out when Fltz you think yourwlfo will agree to it?" Williams, "Mental "Oh there will be no difficulty comprehend tho whole personality. tive. I havo tried many but found fought him. He battored that splenv ot nothing hotter than Chamberlain's did specimen ot manhood to ribbons, about that, "I'll mention it as some"We must not only ask what kndgot, Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, Jeffries has told the story himself, one else's idea and declare violently body and mind this person has I It perfectly idiotic and with but what has his past, been and what Hnrdwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels Is pro For ten rounds ho fought him pos that consider not consider it for a tbatI. would his future. Sentence prietor ot the HardWIck Inn, one of all the cunning and ability he can wo do for Country Gentleman. punch- - momenta" should be pronounced according to the model hotels ot New England, .in sessed; he fought the human treatment. Lacking. "All ot our lives," ho said, "aro guided by emotion. It is in this field that wo find our1 difficulties. Wo Tho concluding battles of Dob Tho superstition nnd mystery sur- think that our own failures and the Fltzslmmons brings us to his coupo rounding Insnnlty nnd cases of mental failures of others aro duo to lack of Ilut most do graco. He did not wear the chamdisease must bo erased from tho pub brain and' Intelligence. lie mind boforo theso problems car failures nro duo to prejudices, an- pionship crown long from March, bo properly handled by tho state, ac tagonisms, formed beforo Intelligence 1807 to Juno 1890. During that cording to Dr. Frnnkwood E. Wll- - coineB into play: This is why tho timo tho records chronlclo but llttlo, Tho Hams, ot Now York, assoclato medi problem of mental hyglcno has to do and that of no importance cal director of tho national cominlttco with schools, Juvonllo courts and all fact of tho matter was that there on mental hygiene, who addressed a institutions dealing with children in was no ono to fight, ho had practically beaten them all. meeting ot tho local commlttco on tho formativo period." Ilut if tho search is sufficiently perA motion mado by Dr. Hoard that montnl hygleno at tho Social Sorvlco sistent thoro Is always somo onoto tho work of tho Kentucky Doard of Building Thursday afternoon. was Tho result of tho meeting will bo Charities and Corrections bo Indorsed bo found. In this lnstanco It Ho was a physitho Immedlato organization in Ken was unanimously passed. Dr. Doard James J. Jeffries. lf tucky ot a stato society on mental hy- - commended tho efforts of Governor cal giant; stood six feet, ono nnd Inches, and fought at 230 glonc, Dr. W. K. Gardiner, chairman Morrow and tho Kentucky board to pounds. Thcro havo been very few of tho local committee, was empow tnko tho eleemosynary institutions ring as largo as Jeffries. ered to appoint at onco an organiza out of politics. Louisvlllo Herald. men in tho Jess Wlllard, It is frue, is four and tion which will work toward tho Inches taller, but with this "Why Cold nro Dangerous prompt formation of a society "to in- immense difference in height there Is cronso tho amount ot caro nnd to you aro often told to "bowaro of their fighting weight, so If they rniso tho standard of caro of tho men Wo will toll you: should meet in tho ring, it would bo pre- a cold," but why? tally sick." Dr. Milton Board Every cold weakens tho lungs, low- questionable whether thoro would bo sided nt tho meeting. any advantago between the men. Tho duties of tho Kentucky Society ers tho vitality and paves tho way for Gossip among fighters Is to tho New York Expert Gives Views On Treating Ren- tho findings ot physlcinns. BOB FITZSIMMONS' Morrow' Work Lauded. Dr. Williams nlso recommended LAST GREAT BATTLE that assignment of work to prisoners should depend on their vocational fitness. Tor criminals who nro not mentally diseased Dr. Williams recommended Fought Jeffries With Same n moro sympathetic nnd enlightened Skill, But Strength 'ing bag with nil tho marvolous j fight- - tal Troubles. ho know ho did, ho fought with all his e cunning nnd skill, but without the power behind tho blow And bo for tho first tlmo in his ring he wns honestly nnd truthfully counted out. Th? old war dog fought several battles after that, nnd thoy wcro but feoblo attempts, and tho swarm of human leeches envied thomselvcs tho empty honors of defeating him And i ' tho finis. With varied success he filled vaudeville dates, until his death which took placo at Chicago, Oe'.obar 22, 1917. "Ho was a mnn, taking him nil In all. Wo shall never look upon his llko again." old-timca-roI J ing tactics of which ho was master, . ww "viifc llliu lliu UlUVUUlli IU1IUU of the encounter. " It was n cross that Fltz failed to evado and llko It was enough. All that Morcu-tlo'flwoun- d, 'i.7!rs lElS Net Contents lSTIfiid Drachm iw.S 'r CASTOIB For Infants and Children. - - Mothers Know Tfe ?; iliS fr I mr ALGOHOI.-- 0 -'i TEH Genuine Clastoria I - Gtru. AVecciaDicrrcparuiiuiiwi simiialinijlhcrood byKcuUP tlnthcStomachsandDovfebtf 1 Always Bears the q,-4- - uiccnuincsstuiunv"fnrnhncn0r. !..-n.!..- ,!..AnMfirna .n lliCfCuy rronwuuij . . ..jDnctrlfltllUS - -- -. m u,.- JJlUabLUO 01 ff $ JW .lj & . ono-ha- prudent mother is always on the watch for symptoms of worms in her children. Paleness, lack ot interest In play and peevishness Is the signal for Whlto's Cream Vermifuge. A A (;Mncml.KoTJUncoTic( JecfrifOldDzSMaUJUW ftnanpAUf liljlf III JbcltUiSMt one-ha- lf tow doses ot this excellent remedy puts an end to the worms and tho child soon acts nautrally. Price 30c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m 2.15 WAlt PLANKS yathrprrnnint (V Jft Consllpationand Diarrhoea .. V ,2dins; ana .- -ami rc. Siltin?UicrcfromJnInfaxtty. facsimile Sijnatorep ORDERED BY ARMY VA For Over Thirty Yeers 'CASTOR- Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CKNTAUR COMPANr. NEW YORK CITY CZfcMJI ' A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of ;,, ,.! "" 1 T- 1 LTrlVl1 TT. T 7 2tf ,u. $1.75.-.- . -.- . ti.... fit ho I i,nin- V '"" The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers, on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. young persons wore fined In tho Gato UNION OF BALKAN City Police Court on charges of disSTATES PROPOSED orderly conduct. Tho automobile , Paris, April 2. With a view to "Johnny!" exclaimed tho teacher; settirfg up the "United States of the Balkans," discreet conversations have "can you glvo a simile to tho word been opened between Belgrade and maiden?" "Sure," responded Johnny; "a Cofla, according to Information re' maiden is like" cider." In diplomatic circles here. ceived "Very good, Johnny. You seo, originatBulgaria is credited with ing the proposal which is said to be boys," explained tho teacher, who was finding many supporters in the new of uncertain age and Irascible dispoThe plan sition, "Johnny means that a maiden kingdom ot Is to unite all the Southern Slavs, the is sweet like elder."" "Yes," broke In Johnny, 'and grows Bulgars and the Serbs, Croats nd sour with old ago."' Slovenes forming the new ftJugo-Slavl- a. Jego-Sla-via- was demolished. so' lf lf ' dex-torl- ty self-defen- n monarchy in a loose confederation which would ultimately grow stronger and perhaps draw to it the kingdom of Rumania, Tho new Bulgarian government Is said to be' promoting the plan as a guarantee against future wars with Serbia and at the same time as assurance against trouble with Greece or Rumania. Tho scheme made" headway with difficulty at Belgrade hatred between of the two countries engendered by the recent war, but at last has won some se tho-Inten- se Telephones 1 g" head-crackin- g. has caused the dom of Jugo-Slavl- a Belgrade government jnuch trouble. Croatia has a strong separate movement and Belgrade has great difficulty in making herself respected at Zagreb. The "Serbian advocates of the confederation believe such a move for tho union ot all Sputhern Slavs would remove many of tho difficulties now facing Belgrade, Proponents- - of tho Conferedatlon have approached allied representatives to learn whether any objection would come from the big powers. Thoy argue that the creation of such a union would make it impossible for the Balkans to become the source ot another World Wan. AUTO DROPS 230 FEET; OCCUPANTS ARRESTED support. The artiflcality of the new king- No Need to Wait I have telephones and plies in stock. Make a cialty of repair work. If you need Wire, Brackets, Pins, Spools, Insulators, Insulated "Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or any part for a telephone, call, write or phone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock. Mutual phDne No. 1. supspe- Bristol, Va., April 3. After plunging lu on automobile 250 feet down a prcclplco at Dug Hill, noar Gato City, Va., and escaping with only scratches, tho members of a party of W. G. Muffett Beaver Dam, Ky. 'WWWil mill. niti.. srsXJtZZZJft'XZ'faaSi,... Hughes with referenco to tho Ver sailles Treaty and League of Nations appears to bo as bothersomo to a Jot of corrcspqndcnts and Newspapers as tho Job they took upon themsolvCs of selecting Harding's Cabinet was. But in his own good time he, Harding, liulldcd his Cabinet and up to this early date It appears that he made a pretty fair Job of It:- - Maybo nt tho time which seometh propor to tho President, ho wjll announce his position on tho World Peace proposition and whatever It may bo wo ven ture tho assertion that ho will brook such amendments and changes as an overwhelming majority ma? undoubtedly express deslro for. L jr.. "The Hartford Republican , STKAY STKUAKS I : l Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporntcil IV. 8. TINSLEY, Editor rind Business MnnnRcr. (Dy Fluke McFluko.) Entered nccordlng to law at the Fostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as unll Biattcr of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. Good-Ey- e, othorwiso known as J. I. Goodman, author of the codicil to one of our streaks of two week ago, Is barely.notlccd and never spoken to at all by a lot of ladles now-a-day- s.- Charllo, who had once lived In Aus- to tria, but who had been on a long sojourn in Switzerland and recently By efforts of tho Civic Welfare Committee, next week has been deweek. for this signated as clean-u- p community. The business of organ izing for tho purpose of cleaning tho town up is not child's play, neither is it a whim to bo lightly passed up. Cleanliness, we aro told, Is next to Godliness, and If it were not, wo aro .word. cleanliness will well aware that without Anonymous communications and wo j wo can not have sanitation receive no attention. know that germs and disease further do not, can not, lurk in clean, bright TELEPHONES spots. Filth and rubbish is not only ,. . . . 59 Farmers Mutual unsightly to tho eye and casts disre 123 Cumberland pute upon tho locality wherein It Is found, but Is a positive detriment in APRIL 8 a hundred different ways. There beFRIDAY ing no argument of any sort, against the proposition of clean premises, ANNOUNCEMENTS tho move to renovate tho "Old to bo unanimously Town" ought within joined by every Individual For County and District Offices. her gates. Get ready to do your part and let us make Hartford as clean as the cleanest place on this Wo are authorized to announce the candidacy of the following citi- portion of the map. We trust that zens, subject to the action of the Re- not one may be found lagging and Clean-U- p publican party in the primary election that the latter end of Week may find the area known as 6, 1921: -- August i as Hartford as clean and filth-fre- e It was when nature left It and man For Representative. took posesslon of it. IRA JONES Arnold. NOTICE TO SUBSCRUJER9 Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a now address must givo tho old ddresa In making, tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Tor lino, and 8c per lino for each additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lo per word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautre, money advance. In Church Notices for services free, lc por but other advertisements, vlsjtcd soiuo of tho homo folks In Stolnamanger, loft Tuesday for Switzerland, whore ho will do soiuo more MRS. I. S. MASON TO sojourning. BE SUPERINTENDENT d. tucky Educational Association Is to be hold In Lotiisvlllo, April 19 to 22. Railroads havo granted a reduction In tare', making It vonq and ono-hnfor tho round trip. The special rato Is not applicable to tho general public, but only to mombors of tho association and dependent members of their families. And tho rates aro upon tho certificate plan. So nil who contemplato attending must procure ctrtlflcato ond bo In possession cardr nt tho of an Identification starting point. Get your cards p onco so that tho extra faro may bo saved and trouble-avoidelf This Store has come to be the Waist Center of this town by virtue of the unusual waist values that are always obtainable here r stuff. This bright oozy weather Is Just about to get our nannle. If it don't rain that wife of ours is going to put us in her garden and if it docs rain It will spoil some good fshlng. Guess tho best thing we can do Is tohope for continued fair weather and tako a pot shot on beating tho. garden The Ohio County Board of Educa- tion nt tho regular monthly meeting hold hero last Saturday elected Mrs. I. S. Mason, of Buford, as County Su- perintendent of Schools for tho porlod of two years, term of servlco to commence with tho first Monday In January 1922. Tho election of Mrs. Mason ought to bo, and is most pleasing to tho pco-pl- o of tho County. She is wide awake, thoroughly Imbued with education work and amply qualified to discharge every duty pertaining to tho office New styles Authentic Styles Attractive, loo Mrs. and Mr. A. D. Kirk planted garden Wednesday. Mrs. Kirk, so Mr. Kirk says, planted Blue bells, and red pepper, fixing to make It hot for Arthur, you might say. Oh yes, wo nearly forgot to say that Arthur did the peas, tatcrs raddlshcs, onions, corn and let us. touch-me-nots REDUCED R. R. RATES FOR K. E. A. MEETING 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 enables us to offer them at all times at very exceptional prices. That is making for the rapid ever-gr- A L W. II. BAIZE Hartford. 'V. For Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. O. N. STEWART Deaver Dam. For County Judge: MACK COOK Hartford. WINSON SMITH Select. W. S. DEAN Dundee. OTTO C. MARTIN For County Attorney. Hartford. For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. G. A. RALPH Hartford. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. CICERO CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford.' , MALIN D. HEFLIN Centertown. For County Clerk: ROY Ht FOREMAN West Beaver Dam. 1SOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Bairetown. For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING Hartford. T ' -- , j 1 Hart, B4KNETT L, TIN8LEY ford J, , P, NO, 5. . .. JOHNS6N STEWART McHenry, a. ititt sunnyaaie. f Route oiiJJM' 1. , NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry s r For Tax Commissioner E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. d. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. BOY F. KEOWN Fordsville. . -k.jP' 1 For Magistrate, (District No. l)i J. P. McCOY Hartford Route (District No. 2.)' W. C. KNOTT Centertown. (District No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR, O. E. SCOTT Prentiss. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. Cool-Spring- 2.-- . ' ir ; J. W. CHEEKAskins. v (District No. fli) (District No. 4,)( ' ' - J. A. EDGE Dundee. 3UEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6, MACK MARTINJ Sulphur Springs, (Distrclt No. 7.) J. WALTERTAYLOR Cromwell, J. N. LOGSDON Rosine. iF Ii Barefoot kiddies and Ice cream -- cones being in sight most of the time iz a tolerably good sign that "flshln" limo Is near at hand. Charles, the former Emporor, came about as near resuming the on what throne In be thought would be upheaval of .popular sentiment that didn't upheave, as Jlmmle Cox did to landing tho Presidency last fall. Austria-Hungary I Tho position of Harding' and The railroads havo granted a fnro The models above illustrated are the newest of 1 for round trip to Louisville for tho rfnnunl session of the Wirthmor cotton waists that are now on sale. Kentucky Educational Association, 1iich convenes April 1921. This speclalrate Is offered only to members of the association and dependent parties of their families and will bo allowed only on presentation at starting point of identification cer We read in a paper the othor day tificate Issued by the Secretary of the that a man who had been asleep nlnej Association. All persons 'expecting weeks was cured by tho uso of to attend the meeting should write They're WORTH MORE Federal Hill, tho old Rowan home 'That's where we took a nap) whisky. the Secretary R. E. Williams, 4518 near Bardstown, in Nelson County, We ar.e going to be about seventy-fiv- e Southern Parkway, Louisville, for Wirthmor waists are sold here exclusively where Stephen Collins Foster com- times harder than ever to got up of tho certificate. County Superintenposed and set to music "My Old mornings and wo hope some good dents, City superintendents, princiKentucky Home," in the year 1S52, is friend of ours tells our wife about the pals and other interested school peoto be purchased .and converted into liquor remedy. ple should see that their teachers ena State park or shrine. While Fosroll and obtain- - the certificate before farm- coming to Louisvlllo, as the ticket Our old friend and ter was a son of Pennsylvania and composed "My Old Kentucky Homo" er, J. D. Taylory of the Rob Roy agent will not be in position to allow while on a visit to his kinsnuj, Judge country, was in our office Wednesday tho reduced faro without tho certiJohn Rowan, he gave to the world the. and Henry Leach, who happened to ficate. Tickets will bo sold at spebeautiful words and sweet music be loafing 'hero too, asked Jinthow cial reduction only on April IS and around which, for Kentuckians at. he was gettin on farming and J. D. 19. least, more tender sympathy revolves replied: "Oh, .pretty well, I guess, than any other song over produced. I'm figuring on picking out my corn AVILL PROBATED. Delicate, holy memories have been ground next week." stirred and countless, purifying tear The will of Mattie E. Laws deSTATEMENT and belief as to tlfo circumstnncw,, It's getting nigh on that time ceased, was probated and ordered to have been made to well up and o'cr- and conditions undor which stockflow the cheeks of legions as they o'year when John Moore of Eouie-vlll- e, record in County Court Monday. The Of tho Ownership, Management, holders and security holders will be a packing his bags, property of tho decedent was be were transported backward to other, who do and not Infrequently to happier and loading his barque and heading for queathed to two of her youngest Circulation etc., required by tho act not appoar upon tho books of of Congress of August 24, 1912., of as trustees, hold stock and better clays where and when the gath- Grassy and all way points. Doc Plr-tle- 's children. temperture passed tho danger The Hartford Republican, published securities In n capacity --other than ering round the old hearthstone was weekly at Hartford, Kentucky for that of u bona fide owner; and till halloweO point this week and Ed has had Miss THE SENIOR FLAY again vivid In memories Ohio Cotfnty'should and must Darrass save him a bushel and a half cells. affiant hns no reason to believe that QUITE A SUCCESS April 1, 1921. any othor person, association, or corhave a part In preserving this birth- of flshln worms she found while State of Kentucky) place of "My old Kentucky Homo." working in their garden at different poration has any Interest direct or )ss Hie annual pjay, entitled "The Let some person or persons be au- times. Gee! wo are wishing that the Dear Boy Graduate's" given by the County Indirect In tho said stock, bonds, or of Ohio) thorized to accept donations for the first or second week In May could Senior Class at the College Hall, Before me, a Notary Public In and othor securities than as so stated b purpose of aiding In the purchase and be about a month long. Tuesday night wa? a decided suc for the State and county aforesaid, lilm. , nreservation of the "Federal Hill", AV. S. TJNSLEY, cess from all viewpoints. EachMivem- - personally appeared AV. S. Tlnsley, Rev. R. E. Fuqua, City, and Rev. ber of the caste acquitted themselves who, having been duly sworn acestate, which is composed of, if we Sworn to and subscribed before mo mistake not, 23C acres, as a shrine M. M. McFarland, of Louisville, went with credit to all concerned. Tho play cording to law, deposes and says that this 7th day of April, 1921. to be held by Kentuckians, for Ken- to Pond Run last Saturday to con was rendered to a packed house and he is tho Editor and Manager of EDNA HUDSON N. P. O. C. the My commission expires tuckians, always. It's going to- bo duct services there Saturday night the crowded conditions naturally Hartford Republican, and that the Oct. 1, done-le- t's and Sunday. W.hen they allgnted' produced discomfort for quite a few following is, to the best of his knowl- 1924. have a part in it. from tho train at Echols Saturday, and as a result people were shifting edge and belief, a true statement of Parson Fuqua discovered Ed Ashby from one position to another, making the ownership, management etc of REV LYLE TO DELIVER BACCALAUREATE SERMON purchasing IS or 20 pounds of nice, it a'bit difficult .to hearft the" Actors the aforesaid publication for tho date fresh fish. The Preacher Fuqua took frequently. shown In the above caption, required " 4-by the Act of August 24, 1912, em- Rev. B. L. Lyle, Pastor of the Elm his friend and went home with Ashby, aflifwllpfl In BflpHnn AA1 Pnoiol I ., JAMES rPAHK, PITCHER TO -. House Street M, E, Qhurch, Nashville, Tenn., where they remained until Sunday ternoon, or until the fish had all disBE LEGISLATIVE NOMINEE irunu iiuguiuuuiis, linuieu on mo Painting-- rhis been procured to deliver tho ba3- - appeared. "We mean the Preachers of this form, calaureate sermon in connection with were at Mr. Ashby's at each meal Lexington, Ky., April 6. James 1. That the names and addresses Inside and Out the graduating exercises of tho HartPark.-formpitcher for the St. Louis of tho publisher, editor, managing Sunday May the 15. time." m ford High School, See me American League baseball team, and editor and business managers are Rev. Lyle Is a strong character,, a We went fishing thojuher night, In his college days a star baseball and Publisher, Hartford Printing Co., possesian of splendid thought and J. C. CASEBIER, which and we "shore" had some luck. We football player at tho University of (Incorporated) Hartford, Ky. ses the fine art Editor, AV. S. Tlnsley, Hartford, hooked a big one, and after strug- Kentucky, has- been chosen by the Hartford, Ky. is very necessary in the delivery of gling for quite & long spell pulled Republican County Committee as a Ky. a pleasing and instructive addrosa. 11 ! Managing Editor, Same. him in close enough to get one hand candidate for tho State Legislature He has done evangelistic work of condeath-lik- e grip, then the from Madison County, It was learned Business Manager, Same. on it, in a siderable note. Those who hear him 2. That tho owners are Hartford struggle began in earnest and we feel here. His home Is at Speedwell, Ky. promised a treat. are Mr. Park for several years was Printing Co. (Inc.), C. E. Smith, I. S. that the only thing that prevented m our landing the monster fish was duo football and baseball coach at Tran- Mason, M. L. Heavrln, E. G. Darrass, MONDAY MARKS BEGINNING sylvania College, resigning after the C. 0. Hunter, AV. H Balie, E S. Howto the fact that our wife kicked us-iWEEK the face some three or four times football season last fall to take up ard, AV. C. Blankenshlp, Mack Cook, OF OUR CLEAN-U- P and while the practice of law. The meeting at S. A. Bratcher, T. H. Black, J. A. wfh the othor free-foo- t, 8. TinsleyrAV. Tlcheneff, Clean-u- p week Is to begin with we, didn't see any moon, stars passed which he was nominated was held at Johnson,-AV-. A. D. Kirk, A. D. Barnett, nil of Hart(hick and fast before our vision, not- Richmond. Monday, coming, starting with a Rockport; J. A. Bel- ford; of .the school pupils, from the withstanding the blinds were all Judge How is it you haven't a . lamy, AVhltesville; O. E.- Crowder, school building and. ending at the. closely drawn. lawyer to defend you? lIorton; C. M. Taylor, Beaver Dam; Park north pf the courthouse, whore Prjsoner As soon as they fqund H. C. Crowdor, Balzetown. , tf.lt I. D. Claire should come to town speeches are to be delivered. v ot'aU 'residents now he, would hardly know the old out that1 1 hadn't stolen the money, 3. That the known bondholders, Hearty pla.ee. The vacant lots across .the t,hey wouldn't have anything to do mortgagees, and other security holdof, the town Is urged In thlg ers owning or holding 1 per cent or work which is necessary to street from our office have been with the case. Judge. more of total amount of bonds, beauty and health as well.' Wagons cleaned up, plowed and seeded to mortgages, or other securities are PUBLIC SALE. will be' out April IB and 16 for the grass, the old basement on the corner purpose of hauling off trash etc., prepared for a water flower garden Bank of Hartford, Hartford, Ky. Kodaks now 8.00 tip. 4At my farm on Hartford Route 2, That the two paragraphs next Brownies now $2,00 up. which should be collected and placed and bull frogs; Capt. AVhlte has had In sacks, boxes or othor receptacles, his whiskers trimmed up in the latest road, 6 miles east of Hartford, April above, giving the names of the own"If it isn't an Eastment it isn't style and Eck Rial has 11, at 2 p. m., will sell at public auc- ers, stockholders, and security holdin advance so that it may bo quickly Van-Dyneither Is, it a Brownie. ers, if any, contain not only the list AVe sell only genuine' Eastman goods. Remember that trade'd his old gray horse off for a tion the following property: and easily handled. One span of mules, coming 9 and of stockholders and security-holder- s k as can not be and Eck himself has shed, only such rubbish Thoro is nono "Just as good" and ir burned should be gathered up for or like a snake, slipped off a lot of 10 years old; one IC hands high; oth- aa they appoar upon tho books of. the thoro wero any better we would. company, but also In cases where the carting off. Ashes will not bo in- roughness since grass has come. Yes, er 16 hands 3 Inches. sell them. Three cows and young calves. stockholder or security holder appears Sond us your finishing. cluded in tho stuff to be hauled off we feel sure that I. D. C. would not upon tho books of tho company as Satisfaction guaranteed. One spring wagon. like to tarry fong if he wore to come by the wagons furnished. One buggy and harness. trustee or In any other fiduciary roParties desiring the wagon to call here now. " m One binder. tation, the name of the person or at their places should call Mrs. Jno, Drug: s Other farming implements too nu- corporation for whom such trustee B. Wilson or Mrs. Rowan Holbrook IC. E. A. MEETING TO The Nyal Store BE APRIL 10 TO 23 merous to mention. On 12 months is acting, Is given: also that the said Week. beforo Friday of Clean-U- p I two paragraphs contain statements time. Under $5 cash tn band. Don't forget the parade, or the BEAVER DAM, KY. ' embracing affiant's ful lknowledge T. H. TATUM. Tho annual meeting of the Ken- - 41tlp speeches. ' Special attention to mail orders. 19-2- 2, If there's a man in theso parts who has a used house boat, motor boat, or even a common joe boat they wish to be rid of they should see Pirtlo & Tlnsloy, they need not, however, take the time or trouble to look them up, except they have something to unload that needs a lot of work done on it in order to make it usable. owing popularity of our waist department. PRICES $2.00 and $2.50 te Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. y V " - ...., .. to-w- lt: DO IT NOy? er - l f h - pa-ra.- do - Reduction in Prices - ke coal-blac- w i. i Beaver Dam Cof A j.A- - i "XfrA-Ai- - j Mr, J. J. Blankonshlp, of Taylo Mines, was here Wednesday. GEnMANS GET IL S. INDEMNITY OPINION r V New Prices! To almost a pre-wlevel are our new prices on many new goods we ar Oliver Chilled and Vulcan Chilled Plows .and repairs. Seo us, wo can save you money, 40t4 W. D. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Chestor Leach, CUy, returned Tuesday from Dawson Springs, where ho had spent a week for the benefit of his health, I Hughes Note Declares They Are Morally Bound For Reparations. , iT S are daily receiving. You can buy . t s Describing tho German communica Mr. II. M. Beard of Hrffdlnsburg, tion as an "unequivocal expression" with tho Stato Tax Commission, was of tho recognition of that obligation, WE SELL In Hartford and Ohio County from tho American reply expresses tho hope negotiations which . that renewed " Wednesday to today. w, Gormany says It plans to Initiate, "may lead to a prompt settlement Mr. R. II. Qillcsplo wont to eld Saturday and accompanied Mrs. which will at tho samo time satisfy Qillcsplo home. Tho latter having tho just claims df the allies and permit Germany hopefully to renew its " There's None Better. spent the week tlioro. productive activities." We also haye a complete line of Disc Harrows, CultiIncluded in the German communiMr. John M. Bishop, who spent vators, Plows and other farming implements of the City and Tam- cation is the suggestion that tho only tho winter in Crescent pa, Florida, returned to his homo in solution of tho reparations problem best quality and make. Is in an international loan, in favor of Centertown, Wednesday. which, tho allied and associated powMlnnio W. Leo and son Wal- ers would waive the general mortMrs. New prices not only prevail in our Men's Department ter Wedding, returned from a sover-- al gage on German assets created by but throughout our entirestock. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. days' visit with relatives in the the treaty of Versailles. In this connection the German government says Dundee country, Monday. it would not be unwilling to assume obligation of the interest and the Dresser, Wash tho FOR SALB--Bed- s, amortization of the foreign debts of Stands, Tables, Chairs, Rugs, Stove3 and 41tf tho allied and associated powers, within the limit of her capacity." Mrs. MARY E. TAYLOR HUDSON, Suggestions Not Answered. is well stocked with the newest creations Germany invites tho examination Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster took that the present market affords, and at the 'by unbiased experts of its own their Ilttl.0 son, Ellis Mnddox, to Ow- - ability to make The greedy hand of fire seizes somo homorbarn or store. ar prices. same pre-wpayment," and" says ensboro Tuesday, for tho purposo of she stands ready to meet any propohaving his tonsils removed. sal, which appears feasible "for the solution of tho economic and finanNew goocts added weekly. ' Our time is at your serHendorson'Murphree, Mr. and Mrs. Is It adequately INSURED?" Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? cial problems of Europe." of Owensboro, spent Saturday night vice. Come see the new things. The American reply makes no reSunday here, the guests of Mr. and Every fire brings costly interruptions, ference either to the proposed conand Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. danger' and inconvenience, that can solidation of allied debts as a German not be measured in dollars and cents. obligation of tho suggestion for the 0 Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter, who E7 determination by unbiased experts of have been occupying the Judge J. Fogle residence have moved to their the ability of Germany to pay. Anothor consideration with regard new home purchased of Mr. Jn,o. Bell. to reparations presented by Germany furnishes insurance of the highest grade. Consult our agency, m Is that of tho rehabilitation of devas- -' EGGS FOR SALE Puro White Plymouth Rocks $1 per setting Of 15. tated regions. The German govern-- '. RJIVB It ctnnrla roflflv tn tytfor tn ' Apply J. F. BRUNER, Pres. niflnf Hartford, Ky. France good offices and resources In ) m 3 Itf Whito Rock Club, Hartford. whatever form is acceptable. It asserts that for the immediate rehaMiss Mildred Stevenson, stenogbilitation of the devasted regions it & Smith, loft yesrapher with Barnes ing. This brought forth a further Ono has "repeatedly proffered labor, SEVEN WOMEN ON Planters terday afternoon for Paducah and The Hartford Republican at Hooslor ELLISand Two-ro& BROS.' W. E. technical advice and material assist40t4 days with to spend a few JURY IN DAVIESS demonstration. a negro accused with Penn Taylor, ' ance," but that these offers have not . Guy Wright of' having assaulted and APRIL 8 FltlUAY been accepted. Mr. Walter H. Parks, City, went to Owensboro Women -- Do Jury Service robbed Jesse Coomes, a street car Note In Statement." Winchester today, on a business Mrs. J. W. Pursley, of Cadiz, armotorman on West Ninth street sevFor First Time; Smith Germany declared that there exists erid-t- o spend a rived hero last week PERSONAL NEWS eral months ago was next tried. Tho in France only a limited degree of Liked It. week1 or ten days with her father, Mr. punishment Is from two'fo ten years Wo havo Lime, Plaster and Cement AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. E. G. concern for the rehabilitation of the E. P. Thomas, and sister, in the penitentiary, anu the jury on devasted regions, because advance in 38t4 Schroater and family. for sale. . (Owensboro Inquirer.) this case is 'composed of Mrs. Andy demnities havo beengiven to former W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Corn and --Timothy hay for sale. "We like the jury.". Brcsler, Mrs. Gamble Stuart, Mrs. occupants of the soil who have setO. T. BURNS. 3914 Mrs. C. M. Barnett returned SunThis formal announcement by ComMr. W. M. Heflln, of Owenshoro, day to her home hero, after spend- tled in other parts of France and the monwealth's Attorney Smlthuttered Joe Allen, Mrs. John Reld Alexander, Mrs. Joh Gilmour, Mrs. Henry Pet-ti- t, ing two month's with her daughter, work of clearing tho war areas "has. in his matter-of-faMiss Mary Marks, city, spent last was in Hautord yesterday, on court tones, Joe Early, N. G. Stanley, Wilbur Cooper and Mr Cooper, been undertaken by Influential groups created a burst of good natured Bowling Green. Mrs. E. W. week end In Williams, S. C. Tichenor, Herman of promoters who are making no efin Nashville, Tennessee. laughter and a ripple of applause in Berry and Ivo Montgomery fort to expedite the performance of Circuit Court Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sullenger Shlrrgles! Shingles! Shingles! Seo this morning when' tho 3 40t4 have taken rooms lu the residence of Miss Adah Chandler, of Auburn, their contracts." W. E. ELLIS & BRO. question was put by Judge Slack, In LOST STRAYED OJt STOLEN The German communication is In regular Sir. W. E. Ellis. . returned to her homo Tuesday, af order, after a jury composed 'Ono black end tan gyp hound; one-yeter spending several'days in tho City, the form of a memorandum, of Dr. largely of Owensboro society women Mr. C. P. Turner, of Owenbbcuo. old, white spot on left fore paw, yesterday. Mr. W. L. Leach, of Route 3, Ba-v- tho guest of her, sister, Mrs. C. M. Walter Simons, minister for foreign had been sworn in to try "the case pure, English red bone, red too was In Hartford nails. affairs, dated. March 23 and transDam, was a caller at this office Crowe and Judge Crowe. of Chambers and Chambers, charged FRED ROBERTSON., mitted thru American Commissioner withelllng cigarettes to a went to Central while Jn town yesterday. - Mr. S. T. Barnett minor. Hartford, Ky. Misses Lelia Glenn and Margaret Drcsel at Berlin, who has had infor- The court room was crowded. City Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Seo us for all kinds of grass and Williamson, of the Central City High mal conversations with the German Everybody liked the Jury. MARRIAGE LICENSES School and Gorln Flener-O- t the Bea- government on the subject for some of Route- - 3, field seeds. Quality first. D. Taylor, It acted much like other juries and Mr. J. KECENTLY GRANTED is officialW- - E. ELLIS & BRO. ver Dam High School, spent tho week- time. The American reply seven women and fivo men quickBeaver Damwas in town Wednesday. ly termed a "statement sent Commis- the end with friends and relatives in ly disposed of the cigarette case, by' Ilburn Roynolds, Deanfield." to sioner Dressel for communication to assessing a fine of $25 against tho Eva Strange, Deanfield. L. G. Barrett, editor of the Herald, Hartford. R. R. Riley, Cashier of tho Citizens Dr. Simons. vendors, which is 'the maximum al- -' Guy Patton, Route 3, Beaver Dam, Bank, went to Louisville, yesterday. spent Wednesday night with his Mr. McDowell A. Fogle returned lowed by Ihe law. mother, at Barrett's Ferry, to Corinne Porter, Routo 3 Beaver EGGS! EGGSi reSunday from Indianapolis and Flowers Lend Color. Mrs. Isaac Foster, city, vlsllod relDam. Selected Eggs from my fine BarWe havo one Low Corn King Ma- - ports that his father, Judge J. E. The circuit court room was In, gala atives In Central City tho first of tho W. L. Matthews,""Rosine, to Ethel red Rocks as follows: ' wcekf '. occasion of the' first White, Roslne. nuro Spreader. The .price is right. Fogle ,i,s. doing nicely and will prob 1 15 $5.00 attire for the Pen No. $3.00 for W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ably return to his home here about jury service performod by Owensboro 40t4 Joe Howard, Route 4, Philpot to for 30. the first of May. county women. A beau- Rosa' Wedding, Route 4, Philpot. D. Owen, of lowep Heflln, ,.Mr, T. No. 2 $1.50vfor 15; $3.00 for and Daviess Pen Mr. and Mrs. E F. Duke1, Dundee, tiful bouquet of roses in a basket, waB In town wcanesaay, on uusi William Duke, Routo 1, Hartford, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Allen, of 30. by the Elks Lodge, came to to Mayme Tucker, Route 2, Narrows. wore guests of Mr. J. A. Westorfleld noss. Large lot prices on application. sent iHuntlngburg, Ind. spent the week end RaymondVance, Route 1, Hartford Judge Slack before court opened, and family, of this place, Sunday. here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. The early hatch pays the best. presented -- iff" honor of the eventful to Eureva Kirk, Hartford. Highest Cash Frlc.--s paid for eggs B. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. JNO. ' .,'j day. . Mr. Marvin Parks has .rented rooms Howard. They went from this placa" Ed' Jamison, Central City, to Myrand jfaultry. . I j WUa ?) W. E. ELLIS. & BRO, in the J. E. Fogle residence and will to Mt. Vernon, 111., to visit "relatives 44a1 4s tin tiak1 ltr n tle Camp, Horse Branch. u ' Mack Murray, who has been resid- - joman btforo returning homoK move into same at an early date. inry or one compose(j jarge7 Earl Beasley, Roslne, to Wiffle ing at Auburn, 111., for some time; arof High William". Hamilton; ly of women, In Western Kentucky, Clark, 'Roslne. r. Tuesday, will havo a car E. Duke Viow.cf 'Cromwell, - "vi$a In town MreR. Monday spent from Sat- In Wofew days. Special of Fertilizer rived in town community. enroute to required about on hour. The juryct Charlie McDanlel, McHenry, to ' Mr. Mur- was out 'only 15 minutes and its vfer-diprices on 16 the Clear Run a urday to' withnher parents, Tuesday) i Stella Beasley, Roslne. Crom- per cent Acid Phosphate and Tobacco ray has been foreman in the- shops' I Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stewart of was "guilty" with a fine of $?5, Arthur .Laws, Hartford, to Tinle of a large Coal Company In the Il' !jeglKsT:IoCooperrniR. B Mar- - well. Grower for cash at car dopr. Get in , 'i . the limit. The verdict was signed Lee MIdklff, Hartford. s linois town for some time and as the by Mrs. Gray Haynes, forewoman. on these prices. tln,'j6fvCromwell, wirepin tho city Otis Beasley, Simmons, to Maggie I mines havo shut down, be contem- The other, members of the Jury were Felty," BRO. W. E. ELLIS .Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns moved Wednesday. Rockport plates returning to bis old home Its. from Frederica Street to the Bunger 3t T. Grlfffth, Mrs. Andy Bres-- : ' Gilbert Dempsey, R., 1, Live: more, country. ' Public Sale Every, Second and, les, Mrs. Orion Winrord, Mrs. k. l, to Inez Carmon, Route xl, .Livermore, Mrs.. 'A. Di Kirk went to, Louisville residence near the railroad, Wednesbays day. Fourth Saturday Jn.each month, we Sqhroadef, Mrs. Percy Short and Mrs. , will hold a Public Sale at the Court- Mcdowell a. fogle ' The men Jurors were REV. M. M. McFA'RLAND , D. M.. Griffith. with relatives. Mrs. L, Lx Newcom, of the Wash- house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring with VISITS OHIO COUNTY J. F. Newman T, H. Jennings, Ira Meadows, J. W. Dunn and R. S. Gray. C. O. Hunter, Cashier of the B,ank ington country, went to Owensboro in anything you have to sell and we Mr. McDowell A. Fogle has acqulr- Rev. M. Mk McFarland, Baptist, None Excused. of Hartford( made a business trip to Tuesday, where she underwent an will find you a buyer. I YEISER, ed an Interest in the Herald Publish PARKS operation. None of the women called on this State Enlistment worker of LouisOwensboro, yestorday. ing Company and will bo Identified case were excused by either side, and. ville, was in the County last week asHartford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hoover movwith the Hartford Herald as Asso- when Judge Slack asked Common- sisting in rounding up the first Wo are prepared to fill all orders SETTING EGGS FOIt SALE Bar- ciate Editor. wealth's Attorney Smith, what about year's subscription - to tho Baptist for fertilizer. See us for your needs. ed Into the property recently purchasMr, Fogle is well fitted for the accepting the Jury, he replied, "W $75,000,000 fund. Rev. McFarland W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ed ofA. C. Acton, on Clay Street, red Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island 38t4 yesterday, Reds, pure stock; "eggs, 15 for $1.00; work ho is to do and we predict suc- like tne jury. mis was uia ubuui accompanied Rev. R. E. Fuqua, the ' 60, for $3.00: 100 for $6.00. My cess for him from the beginning. We answer in all cases, but on this oc- pastor, to Smallhouso Tuesday, Albet Cox, of Sulphur Springs, among friends James' S. C. White. Leghorns the" stock is as good as any in the county. welcome Brother Fogle Into the herd casion a demonstration followed on whore they spent that night and tho was "perambulating" egg machines, hock beaded by Also agent for the Buckeye Incuba- of quill drivers, and it it were pos- the part of spectators, women and next day and night. They also spent df this place Monday. J. WILt sible, would uncork a demijohn of court officials. Judge Slack remark- Saturday and Sunday at Pond Run. Fearris" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 tor and Brooder Co.-r-- A. ,& TAYthe vintage of about 1900, 'and in- ed he had often heard Mr. Smith whero tho Eullstmont worker filled W. If. Barn- - returned Tues- per 15; $6.00 per, 50; $10.00 per 100. LIAMS. Call WILLIAMS Judgo MRS. O. B. JAMESlPoultry Farm, LOR, Hartford, Ky. Both phonos. vite him to have an evening and a make that statement, but it seemed the pulpit In room of Rev, fuqua. had day from Louisville, wbqro he 36tf night out with us. Centertown, Ky. Satisfaction guaranteed. to be in a different tone this morn- - Much good resulted from the visit. , been im legal business. 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 $1.60, 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 Washington, April 4. Paraphrases Mrs. Lyman Bnrrdtt and infant son, returned yesterday from Barrett's of tho Informal exchanges between Kerry, whero they had spent a week tho German and American govern ments regarding reparations, In which with relatives. tho United States holds Germany Miss Myrtle Roynolds, of Acnta-vlll- "morally bound to mako reparations, returned homo Monday, after so far as may bo possible," were spending several days with Mr. and mado public today at tho Stato De partment. Mrs. Leslie Carden. e, The Black Hawk, Edge Drop CORN PLANTER 2-Ro- ACTON BROTHERS I Our Ladies' Department Side-boar- d. 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. How About Ycuir Properly?. The Continental Insurance Co. PARKS 4 YEISER w s ct ar er v ' l " "?:-- r l4 -- the herald y .,' 4f. -- iri. iiWlMMW-iyw- WliRWSilCTIIWlBBtJaiiWWl-'wliUlH- , WRWi FARM DEPARTMENT. More Purebred Hires Is Campaign MORROW GIVES AID WITH PROCLAMATION Minor by way of Constantinople or to Kentucky's Hunt mid Daughters Uruse the Ismld Hallway. ged to Help In Purchase The Italians havo protested thnt a. 2 Finns for Of Federal Hill. To ,n.'0reek patrol has hon.p;ho steamer Cloopalra in the 11 lack Sea. The icrest in Improved livestock and In- cs have informe ; th Qmta that FORDSVILLE. Calling tipon Kentucklans at homo tho number of purebred sires ,. , -- I ...1 f.l "" "". Kentucky farms were completed a nnu uuruuu iu mu Ih (I.J. n(.UA. uiiu hi iuu imiuuuau on Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jjonot. Hartford. Tho Greeks aro reinforcing their ' la recent conferenco held at tho Ken- army. They now havo threo now rehabilitation of "Federal Hill" were 1st Monday In March II day- Clork Olla Cobb. Stephen C. Foster wrote "My Old tucky Agricultural Experiment StaCivil. which1 to Com'th. and in Houdanla with Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslncor. tion botween Director Thomas P. divisions to ovorcomo tho Turk vic- Kentucky Homo," Govornor Morrow 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. has Issued two proclamations which Cooper and representatives of tho va- endeavor 1st Monday In July 13 days tory. Tho entire Greek merchant touch tho heartstrings of every citirious organizations which will coopCom'th. and Civil. niarlno has been mobilized as trans- zen of Kentucky. Oni Ij addressed erate in tho movement. U days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September census of ports, and It Is expected tho Greeks to "Tho Loving Sons and Daughters ,FOR PRESENT YKAIC Tho campaign calls for a Civil. to put an army of 200,-00- 0 tho scrub breeding animals in the will be nblo field. Tho slzo of this of Kentucky." Tho othefis addressMonday In November U daya 4th in tho E. S. "Every Expatriate From KenCounty Board of Education parlous counties, tho rounding up of Com'th, and Civil. by ed to purobrcd slros, an auction of army Is being viewed with alarm tucky in All tho World,". Following 300 Howard, S. 3. O. C. and Bulgarians. Is the text of the hono proclamation: COUNTY COURT. these animals at Louisvlllo and tho tho Serbians Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford.. Klaslm Kara Doklr, commander of of organizations in the sepTo tho Loving Sons and Daughters formation Meots first Monday- - in each month. Routo C. " dis- the Turkish Nationalists In Armenia, of Kentucky: arate counties to look after tho Judgo Mack Cook. Salvation" is HearDlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle.. posal of tho scrub animals and tho with his "army of At 'Federal Hill," tho old Rowan County AU'y. A. D. Kirk. ing SIvas. homestead, near Bardstown, Stephon purchase of tho purebreds. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dun-dc- o. Clerk W. C. Blankenshtp. Turkish transports convoyed by C. Foster wrote, composed and first with tho farmers of Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. gunboats havo landed part gavo to tho air that most loved and tho State In tho campaign will be tho Bolshevik Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. army at Inoboli. agricultural extension division of tho of Kara Beklr's famous of all American sing?, "My Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Slovens, Beavor The Greeks declare that there has Old State Homo Goodnight." D. E. Ward. State College of Agriculture, the Tax Commissioner Dam. tho Bourbon been a renewal of the fighting in tho Station, summortime in 1852, Experiment Since that Surveyor C. S. Moxley. EGGS FOR SALE. Eskl-Shefront. Dlv. No. C Nat Ltndley, Center-tow- n. Stock Yards of Louisville, tho Kenwhen "tho corntop was rlpo and tho Coroner E. P. Rodgors. m tucky Purebred 'Livestock Breeders' meadows were In bloom,' this dear, egg S. C. White Leghorns, 280 FISCAL COURT. .Association, county farm agents and dear old song has sung Itself into tho strain, $1.00 per 15; $6.00 per hunCounty Board of Examiners: E. S. blends' in its FOR FLETCHER'S connty farm bureaus. Moots first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Midklff and lovo of tho world. It dred. October. I heart of melody the mysteries of twiIra Jones. Mrs. J. W. TAYLOR, Ed Shown, Hartford, light and moonriso, tho glory of the 3814- Range Hcvcgctntlon Based On GrazTeachers Instltuto, Sept. 13th 3. , 1st District Beaver Dam, R. HAIIDIXG DHAWS FIRST Route 3. breaking day, the tenderness of siren ing Methods Used. . 17th. MONTH'S PAY CHECK mother crooning soft and low, tho 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, BeavHango depletion is due in a large er Dam. EXAMINATIONS light of hearthstono fires, faces of NEWS OF AMERICAN premature grazing and to measure to LEGION ACTIVITIES 8nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Washington, March 31: President those adored and visions of tho lovlack of uniform utilization of the forCommon School Diploma May 14 4th District G. W. Rowo, Centor- age crop, Investigations now being Harding today received his first ed nnd lost, and which, speaking a What American Legion officials Experi monthly pay check. It was for tugs with memoand 15 at Hartford, Beaver Data town. universal language, enrricd on at the Great Basin Ordinarily tho monthly ries' hands at the heartstrings of ev- believe will bo tho most impressive, Cth District W. C. Daughorty.Balzo- - and Fordsvllle.. ment Station by grazing specialists in May 21 nnd 22 County Teachers sent to tho President by tho ery wanderer as he listens to the call patriotic demonstration over held in tqwn. tho Forest Service of tho United check April 7 Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). of Agriculture Treasury Departments made out for of the land of his birth In the tender, Philadelphia will take place Department States May 28 and 23 County Teachers' B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. which $ 0,250, but Mr. Harding was "dock- holy, beautiful strains of "My Old under the auspices of the Legion and 7th District show. These experiments, forty-fiv- e other patriotic and civic 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotlou nt Hartford, (Colored). ed" for the threo and a half days Kentucky Home." conducted over a hhvo been The. purposo of tho Juno 18 nnd 19 County nnd State ford, Route 6. A commission, by tho act of the organizations. period, have been for the purpose of that Woodrow Wilson served as PresAmeriTeachors' Examination at Fordsvlllo, Legislature, has been named to pur- meeting Is tho expression of just how certain range ident this month. ascertaining HARTFORD. as opposed to the o. (Whito). chase for the state and to hold for- can principles bunch grasses are affected by differMayor J. E. Bean. of foreign propaARRESTED IN XO DRUNKS manifestation Juno 2G nnd 26 County nnd State ever as a shrine to perpotuato the ent systems of grazing. A. Howard. Clerk J. "All OAVEXSHORO IN CO DAYS Teachors' Examination at Hartford, glory of the song and tho memory of ganda. It will bo similar to the It was found that tho yield of vioPolice Judge C. M. Crowe. Meeting for God and Coun(Colored). let wheat grass when removed by Owensboro, Ky., April 1 Owens-bor- tho great American composer tho American in Now York City, March Marshal E. P. Casebler. try" held Sept. 17 and IS County and State beautiful old homestead where the cutting once in a season, at the time a few years ngo one of the larg- song was written. IS The Philadelphia meeting, how Teachors' Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT crop matured, was four and the seed e additional-featurproducing centers in the (Whito). two-tentThe option price of $10,000 already ever, will have the Chra'n. Board W. G. Her. times as large as when it est whisky establishing a new record. ...m hn, ho0n inrrniv contributed by of a parade of 50,000 persons. Is Sept. 21 and 25 County and Stato Clerk N. H. Bratcher. was removed four times in a season world, In addition to General John J. Teachors' Examination at Hartford, times as There has not been an arrest for Kentucklans living in other states. It Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. and three and elght-tenth- 3 sixty days. W. Galbralth Jr, (Colorod). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. large and when the herbage was re- drunkenness in the last night there is now proposed Co appeal to tho heart .Pershing and F. National Commander of the Legion, In tho month closing last of Kentucky for contributions to raise moved twice in tho season. only flvo "cases in Police Court the additional $60,000 needed to com-- 1 speakers will include Native broom grass, on the other wore and eleven in the Magistrate's Court. plete tho purchase and to repair and Calvin Coolldge, Rear Admiral hand, yielded six times as much when Wnnf siji C , .- -., In- Police Court two cases were for ....i the mansion and beautify the. Ham S. Sims, Governor William narvesieu iwiuu uuumh wc speeding, two for disorderly conduct grounds of 236 acres. Sproul. Mayor J. Hampton Moore and but tho yield from one cutting was peace. In Harding's cab- T anneal to every son and daughter a member of President times as much and one for breach of tho KV Wl three and three-tenth- s , i inct. tue .Magistrates of Kentucky to contribute to this fund as when it is removed four times, The e cases were dismissed. to? ,1) V fti id jjTvJ W M fit to those wno nave listeneu iu mis This means in range revegetation that eleven five cases were for minor lkiBll ftl 11 "V M Cupid spends a reasonable amount song of homo in their own land as grass native there must be taken' malnlng rrno DrncnMx uvicmp tho club-roothey stood on the soil which gavo of his time" loafing about consideration and a system of fenses. Dissolved in water for douche tlgpr V m of tho American Legion post pelric catarrh, ulceration and inflamthem birth, and who, In the shadow of grazing used mat is suuaoie to n POOH SEED THREATENED marriage mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. sunlight of other at West Warren, Mass., for Tho experiments also showed tho CORN other hills; In tho BY Finkham Med. Co, for ten ytars. organization. is .uffnrnnrn in water content in plains; beneath the quiet stars of nM. subsidized in that nn., uua .jh- - .w ,'.v43w..w 4 9 T A healing vionJer for nazal catarrh, advances. In ; dries, have been toucneu to i 1.11U 1'UOt. linn ..ntfl'1 fn ll.noallt v " oro throat and sore eye Economical. Tiorbago as the season Lexington, Ky., April 4. Seed corn niton every member who gets married. 1 Hu citraocduuiy cleAO.ua and tiumicKUl power, the leafage of the violet wheat grass matured late last fall and unless glv- - tears by the thrill of Its deathless to SusaIc! iFim. 50e. U dnjgsiiu, nt p.rU br 'beauty and pathos. It has made j The offer Is retroactive to tho dato V""". ThePtllonTcilHCnmpanr. Dottoo. Maw. harvested pneo in a season, just be j dupInB thQ w,ntep wl A Safe Old Fashioned 'all of us better men, better women of organization of the post; conse- seed maturity, the water con- lore Remedy for Worms has Incrcas- - quontly seven of the members will per cent. Plants tent averaged 41 according to members of and better citizens.- It Seventy. fivoyercontin. 0,1 n,ir Invn nnd nr do of state, it, ruceivo mo b"grazed twice, late fn tho season, con- Cropg Department ot uoua uie is the bett testiheartstrings let It tained an average moisture cpntent of c of Agr,cuMurei Tho has tugged at our monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE A' sum ot $221,000, raised during t I mra. 31 per cent, while plants cropped four now tug at our pursestrings. 51 can offer you. recommendlng that It sta Michigan Patriotic Keep o bottle always on Send the contribution dictated by tho war for tho times in a season contained an av- - farm(jrg ST3 ejkS331 any dQubt abQUt thQ will soon be turned over to hand. It will help keep your heart to the Hon. A. T. Hert, Fund, of 79 per cent of water. Early ,natlon of the,p seed that th0. the little one healthy Home," tho welfare committee of the "Michin the spring tho young leafago may end happy. u & thorough tegt before plant. treasurer, "The Old Kentucky Le- Department of tho Amo.-icaigan Ky. 30cbottlefttyoufdrut2t'or contain as much as 85 per cent of complete details concerning tho i Commission, Louisville, as governor clon. according .to Guy M. Wilson, general store; or if your dealer Given under my hand can't tupplyyou.tendhiiname water. This is sometimes the cause ,ndlv,dual ear tegt by means of th0 money j Succeed when everything else fails. and 30c in ttamrte and vro'U Convmonwealht this, the sec Department Commander. Tho many live stock losses In the eaily of obtained of tho end you a bottle promptly. will bo used for welfare work among in n.rvnnu Tirnsirntinn nnn lemaie ond day of April 1921. spring. LAS. FREY, Biltkort, Hi. 9 by writing tho Experiment Station rvenknesse Ihev at Ihe fiunrema R men. e EDWIN P. MORROW. When the difference in yield and remedy, at mousanas nave tesuneu. American Indians, who served durKentucky favor Governor of untrutivo value of the forago, in QUICK TO ing the World War, ara lining up 1 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND grazed areas, MEXICO of the STOMACH TROUBLE SUPPRESS REBELS with tho American Legion, according Is clear that is taken Into account, It Is the best medicine ever sold a post at St. Charles 4.It to application for over a draggif's counter. .frequent cropping Is an extravagant Brownsville, Tex., March 2G. , FOR FLETCHER'S S. D bears the name of four Sioux L'i i w BUM n WILL and wasteful practice. Furthermore fQund pergon Indians, who sign .themselves: Benja85 per cent ot a hunch-gras- s TAKE OUR about Mexican soil with firearms would be Charles Owl min ; cover harvested four times in a sea "shot on sight fy federal troops, who House, Narclsso Mac- - a. current Broadway success. "Stagthat Walks In The Journalist Queer saying son is killed out at tho end of the aro seeking guerrllas," and an order ed" is tho right word, for Mitchell lhlrd year, thus subjecting the soil to closing tho border to American hunt about lying at the bottom ot the well. Kenzio and John Bluebird. held his meeting in the theater bon. Lawyer You wouldn't think so if varying degrees ot depletion thru A Treatment ers, was issued at Matamoros, opTho state executive committee of tween tho acts and tho audience wero you knew tho amount of pumping we posite Brownsville, today. The order (or WEAK Department of the Am- his collaborators. Mitchell explained tho Now York lawyers have to do to get at it. and warning was .signed by Geperal Edinburgh Scotsman. erican Legion has passed a resolution what tho Legion was doing and callLUNGS Of Soy-BcOil May Prove An Industry Lopez, commander of the Matamoros endorsing the salo by tho American ed on tho audlenco to t?lng the In The Future. following a conference with They raspouded with garrison, CONSUMPTION Anthom. and French Children's Leaguo of rod THE NAVY STEAM! ROLLER. Figures on the Importation of soy-lie- an Gen. A. R. Gomez. Encouraging voices enbe worn on Mem- enthusiasm. artificial popples-tOrient, oil, particularly from the Tho communication said troops had Proceeds of tho sales to dorsed tho actor's statement that Aqulck relief (or that tired, (tellnc. The Navy Department wilt make no orial Day. indicate the possibility ot a future boen thrown into tho Matamoros dis good a place aa any to join combe, palm In elicit, night sweats, opcompromise with tho "sincere fools" go to the orphan children of France. "this Is as industry In this country, in tho consumption. Cardenas, head of a ten- It it dot showing our weak lunrs or trict to hunt When An effort Is being made to have all the American Legion In aotbalp yoa it coats yoii aotblaf. inion of specialists In tho United man revolution, and had been order- who are talking disarmament. f poppy Americanism." So the Colorado, our newest 3f60O ton stores and homes display the States Department of Agrculture. ed to "shoot down all armed men OHIO MEDICAL CO, May 30. refar as tho census statistics show, no found." It is said Cardenas, whose dreadnaught, slid into tho water Athletic teams and bands using soy-beoil was manfactured in this idenlty is not known hero, with nine cently at Camden, Assistant SecretaBulletins containing the names ot the name of tho American Legion view rountry In 1919 or 1920, although men had proclaimed a revolution, ry Theodore Roosevelt voiced his Lethus: Virginia's draft dodgers will bo sent must be made up exclusively ot ..several western oil mills and southern divided into two bands and "taken to of disarmament advocates according to a ruling perfectly to all posts ot the American Legion gionnaires, "Some of these people are cotton-o- il mills crushed both import- the brush seeking recruits." X ot pacifists, some of them are as soon as they are made public by made bytho executive committee Leed and domestic grown beans for oil Lopez said tho ".menace sincere General incithe War Department. Posts ot that the Minnesota Department of tho fools, and, in earlier years. At the same time was not sorlous," but that tho Obre-go- n perfectly sincere they are tho same thing." state will receive instructions from gion. policy is to stamp dentally, the Importation of oil for the year government's Department Headquarters to cooperending June 30, 1920, amounted to "out all border troubles remorseless- Next day President Harding told a ate with the constituted authorities General John J. Pershing, Elsie delecatlon ot Philadelphia Quakers 195,733,594 pounds, valued at ly.' The order closing the border to Janls, and national officers ot the not in tho slacker round-uThe Importations of soy- hunters was due to the fear that in- hat tho United States could oE American Legion will attend nn Am-clr. without bean oil cake for the samo period nocent Americans might be shot, he make naval reductions powers. the Legion banquet in St. Louis The first call for reservations at ot other pounds, added. to 16,273,785 amounted i closing j These are no words without deeds. tho National Convention of tho Am- April 18, which will be tho valued at $213,696. The absence ot Legion in Kansas City, Mo., feature of a conference of adjutants crushing Industry in this "What" asked the lawyer of the After a session of tho council ot the erican a soy-bea-n comes from Lewis F. Tuttlo ot MUeourl posts of thQ Legion. ITcolirfght all tho time. Don't lay o4l country is ascribed by experts to tho expert witness, "leads you to conclude Secretary ot the Navy on March 16, next fall, No. 54, of Anthony, Kan. And from work for daya by taking calomel rapid increase.ln acreage, which uses that the defendant in this case is Secretary Denby announced that the Postrequest is warning to American Legion post when pleasant Llo- - Vir-La- x evA keeps yo for reservations for department would ask Congress to tho practically all the beans for seeding crazy?" relieving your on adopt tho nawal appropriation bill as ery member of tho post. Anthony officers against using tho lntluenco - lo. your feet, while easy to take. troujx largo per cent ot acreage "Well, for one thing," replied tho jlh& to a Donl of tho Legion to obtain postmaster- toko Safer too, and boasts a membership of ninety-seve- n e. anything else. You can't afford expert, "no's a golf player and talks amended by the Sonato CommU-o.utilized for pasture, silage and cent ot tho eligible men in the ships and other political appointments it. Eliminates- - poisons, cleanses syw and killed by Senators Borah and per nothing but golf." em and relieves constipation. A nat country community, even reaching across tho has been made by II. B. Fell, "Hold on" interrupted the Judge. King. What this means tho ot the Oklahoma Department ural remedy, natural in its actions, surd a numbor ot Okla- going to have that answer strick- does not realize. Tho Senate bill line and drawing "I'm men's organization, in its effect and certain in results. If ot the adds $100,000,000 to tho $396,000,-00- 0 homans Into Its fold, won't be long boforo LxO'VcLaxmu JILTJES BAR GREEK en out." Detroit Free Press. Tho Legion commandor declared that ' completely displace calomel in ever) carried by the House bill. It PATH INTO TURKEY attempt to curtail the ef- home.1. Children can take it freely an? overflow thero Is no Ono of tho numerous Prisoner There goes my hat. Shall provides for 120,000 nnon instead ot with perfect Bofety. Every bottlo guar100,000. It carrios $9,000,000 for meetings attendant on tho American forts ot Legionnaires as Individuals, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottlea Non Constantinople, April 3. Tho A- I run aftor it? tondlng to involve genuine without tho likeness and slgmv, activities Policeman What! nun away and the continuation of tho 1916 pro- - Legion's "All American" gathering but that llies will refuse tho Greeks permls- .., In never come back again? You stand gram anu auus io u vwu unjuuno ui- - In New York was an impromptu affair (the Legion In politics are contrary to turo of L. K. Grigsby, For sale by r in trnnannrt their troons each.' staged by Grant Mitchell, starring In tho constitution of that organization. I. a, KUiLLtMl, . Utftfpfti; MM jThraco to the battlefront in Asia here and I'll run after It Boy's Life riers at a cost of $26,000,000 3;.,.pXn ..". so . iw -- Ki.-nuck-y for great navnl developments In tho Pacific, notably a now naval baso at Alnmeda, which will cost $100,000,-00- 0 by tho time It Is done Senator King declares that It will rcqulro a billion to complete tho" 101 (.program and another half billion for tho neces- sary yards and docks. His estimate for annual maintenance is at least ftn nnn nn. v,w w, Y Them is a- - sham intimation that the navy is to botoncentrated in tho Pacific. Not only does this mean further expense; it is a definite threat to Japan. Naval officers aro talking In their usual mischievous way of war with that country within thiio years. Tho naval policy of tho administration is already clear. Nothing but Congress stands between tho peopla nnd tho proposed orgy of spending which will surely culmlnato In war. Imperialistic business drives the navy steam roller steadily forward. Only a great popular movement can hurl tho driver from his scat nnd roverso tho machine. Thero aro signs of such a movement. w It makes tho initial appropriations DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Black, Owensboto. Com'th. Attorney C. B. Smith, Hart ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaxtor Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Keovrn, BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T, McKonney. Olork R. W. King., Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stevens, k hr Children Cry CASTOR A $5,-520.- ro-ce- nt o, hs I Vice-Preside- nt .- -. ti o,. Wll-arran- NEvcryWomau Mothers use win ' re-th- M of-in- to freyS i LATE-MATURIN- G VeraSfuge xar aie uuiunui I - I m-ag- e lgtfWSjdOrv U3 nut (71 S3 n iffers i m Children Cry CASTO f R fM YOU. Comes-Out-Bea- r, GERMINAL REMEDY ero-Elo- nn Na-lon- al jHiKjpr HfliLm o FOR. ONE MONTH hemor-shage- 1.!? an uSElIWER-LA- $25,-233,5- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation, p. an for--ag- Com-niand- or A ' 4A A '!. ? V!fV 1,200,000 MINERS STRIKE IN BRITAIN JPricc end of tho concern was $G,33G,043 In ' nni l II mmir tho year above named. Thcro was nl- - fULIULITlill 11U ff bo disbursed among tho nonproducors $908,878, according to tho report. Uy GIVES OUT that designation tho element not embraced in tho forco of printers, bind- - irrn 4) FACTS 4 4 X A lanlac Enabled Him to mechanical departments uonornllv Is known. Tho npparontly Invidious Pass Examination With distinction calls attention to tho fact Rating A-- l And He that nearly n million dollars Is a! largo sum to attend to tho details Feels Fine. of a $13,000,000 establishment. If London, April 2 All workvreascd they really morlt tho appollationi In tlio conl mines of tlio United King- "nonproductive" it would scorn that "I never paid out money to hotter dom nt midnight, with tho pruning knlfo might bo applied I advantage In my life than when I of a vory fow districts and approxi- with resulting great ndvantago to tho got Tanlac, for it has restored my mately 1,200,000 miners woro Idlo to- overburdened American taxpayer, health and built mo up fifteen pounds day as a result of tho controversy over Tho productlvo part of tho print- - In weight besides," said Prank J. tho wago Issue, in only two col- Ing offlco is that credited with tho Hohbler, patrolman on the Coving-sottin- g lieries In Yorkshire, one In Northumof 2,G94,22G,900 oms of typo ton, Ky., polco force and lives at 513 berland, one In Scotland, and ono In tho prodigious quantity required tollakowcll St. . .. . .. North Wales tho men linvo promlsod cmlt tho 03,045,789 copies of publl -.i for a long umo past, no con- to continue at their posts without cations of the Government Issucd-las- t tlnuod, "I had not been In tho best prejudlco to any torms that may bo year, 55,287,525 of which woro dis- of health, and last spring I started agreed upon, but all other pit work- tributed freely. Tho Government all of a sudden to going down hill ers, including mechanics, pump men, does not glvo away all that is produc- rapidly. What I nto didn't seem to vontllntlng men, and pony men, camo ed in its great printing establish- do mo a bit ot good. After meals I out with tho miners. ment. It actually received $231,532 bloated up so tight with gas I could Danger that the mines may bo from some sources. Probably It hardly stand the pressure of my belt Hooded threatens, and many may ho would not recolvo much more if thoro around my waist. I was on night du Irretrievably ruined from tho Inrush was ro free list. ty, nnd my legs hurt so it was with of water. Strenuous efforts aro beThe printing operation of tho Gov difficulty I got around in patrolling ing inndo everywhere to enroll "volu- ernment ombraces tho publication of my beat. nteers. Yorkshlro pump mon havo seven dally papors, twonty weeklies "My nerves went all to pieces and to remain nt work, and hopo fifty-fomonthlies, nnd of reports I usually went homo all tired out and expressed that others would fol- of departments, 200,000 copies of never got any was sound sleep, Just dozed low their example. some of which nro Issued. Libraries by fits and starts and got Up feeling Tho first effect of tho striko has recolvo copies of nil publications sent worso than If I hadn't gone to bed at been tho placing of orders with Amor-Jea- n out by tho Government, but a large all. coat merchants. Advices from proportion of those that come to tho "But Tanlac has just knocked out .Now York statu that a flood of orders desks of librarians aro nover affordall theso troubles and got mo to feelfrom European countries which nor ed sholf room, and of thoso to which ing like a new man. Since taking It mally havo formed tho British market that honor Is accorded many are nev I can enjoy my food and it does me has been received there, and altho er called for' by tho public. good. I sleep like a log and am in tho country's stock of coal is, esticondition In every way. I mated at 1,000,000 tons, tho price of Farmers ana others who live at a recently underwent tho regular rehousehold fuel already has risen two distance from a drug store should examination for tho police force and Shillings per ton. London and other keep In the house a bottlo ot Ballard's passed physically with a rating of A- -l urban centers nro believed to havo Snow Liniment. It may bo needed which I never could havo done in tho, several weeks' supply on hand owing nt any time for cuts, wounds, sores, slrape I was in before I got Tanlac." to tho fact that export of coal has sprains or rheumatism. It Is a powTanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. been completely stopped by tho Board erful hoallng and penetrating remedy. L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by R. T. of Trade, except in cases whore spc-cl- al Price 25c, 50c and $1.0o'per bottle. Taylor, Jr.; in McHenry by S. J. permits havo been issued. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m In Rockport by R. E. Her. Apprehension is felt that tho Na. w Advertisement. tional Union of Railwayman and the CinCULAIt NUMBER 07 IS 4 transport workers' union, partners COMPLKTK GARDEN GUIDE PARIS REACHES LIMIT with tho miners in the labor dispute, IN "UNDRESSED" WOMEN Lexington, Ky., April 4 What is may bo tempted to striko in sympathy wlth'tho coal diggers. In such said to bo ono of tho most complete Paris, April 2. The limit of the .an ovent, tho nation would bo con collections of facts and information undress in Paris has been reached. fronted by a crisis of unprecedented relative to tho homo vegetable gar Tho first serious attack on the gravity. den is contained In Circular No. 67 growing immorality of tho stage and 44 One of tho largest wards in London issued by tho Extension Division ot women's clothes was made this aftook precautionary steps yesterday tho State College of Agriculture. ternoon when tho French government And formed a company of special The publication includes a number announced that It Is about to intro- FORMER ROYALTY property. subjects duce a bill in Parliament imposing seto protect Orders ot discussions on various SERVE AS COOKS wore Issued last night to employes of relating to the garden in addition to vere penalties on the ultra risque. various Government departments to such features as a table of tho first The cabinet today devoted an hour "stand by" to report for transport killing frosts In Kentucky, a table to the subject following a sensation Former Princess And Generals Act showing how, when and where to al speech by Senator Lamar Selle, duty, If necessary. AsBtcwords In Warsaw's plant, and discussions relatlvo to the who pointed out that in the latest 4 Public Kitchen. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured control of gnrden insects and plant revue In the biggest Paris music hall thjr 1r local applications, ot th cannot rtacb dlsoases. It may be obtained free by thoro are ten nude vomon in one Warsaw, April 2. Forming every h dlataatd portion tar. Tiitr la onlr on war to cur catarrhal deafneu. writing tho Experiment Station, Lex- scene. day in front of the Orthodox CUurch and that It br a conitttutlonat rtmadjr, ington. Catarrhal Da(nt li cauatd, by an In. Ho added that the whole city is ot Podwarstreet, In this city, is tho (lamid condition of to mucoua llnlnt of Whin this plastered with Immoral theatrical most remarkable broad line in tho the Eustachian Tube.rumbling- aound tub la MAX OK 70 JUST IN or Im. 3nflamd you bar a dancing clubs are world, and the persons In the llao are perfect hrlnr. and whn It It catlrrlr PRIME; NEEDS WIFE posters and that the cloud. Dtafntta It tht rttult. Unlttt tht women. Even fed from a soup kitchen operated by filled with Inflammation can bt rtductd and thlt tub Tailored to lt normal condition, hearing; the street costumes of the French wo- perhaps the most unusual personnel Many cattt of will be dtttrored forertr, "Tho greatest neod of a man of 70 4tafnett. are cauted br catarrh, which It men, the senator declared, aro im- In tho world. t. Is-an Inflamed condition of tht mucoutwife. At 70 a man Is just in his Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru ho predicted that Franco Tnh hrpnrt linn nnd Tiersnniial are the blood on the mucout lurtacee of tht prime. I wouldn't say that a man of moral and arttem. will fall like Rome unless tho present drawn from 1,000 Russian refugees W will On Hundred Dollar! for 70 should marry a woman ot tho samo nf tho ,.ni.Hr Masses. Including nobles tendencies aro stopped. anr catt of fit Catarrhal Deifnett that cannot cured br Hall'a Catarrh .Medicine. Cir- ago, because a woman ot 70 has lost It became known today that the diplomats, high officials of tho former cular free. All Druailite. 75c. Interest in men." 7. J. CHENUT CO.. Toledo. O. king of Sweden, visiting Paris re- Tiussian Cou ' Korer.n!', land owners This statement from Prof. David cently, unwittingly attended a thea- and professor. Starr Jordan, noted educator and Speaking' ot tills pathetic bread an nrtlste was dancing JUOLSTEIN COW MAKES writer, mado on his seventieth birth ter in which. The king, i3 declared, it line, Ludmlli Lubllncff, bead of the NEW BUTTER RECORD day, is causing Widespread discussion in the nude. house at Russian relief work In Poland says: particularly the sentence regarding was incensed and left the Lexington ,K, April 2. Star women. Women of 70 are heatedly the end of the first act. "All of these refugees belong to tho m "Intelligentsia, or Intellectual class. Hollo DoKol Lyons, 230646, a nine- - denying that they havo lost interest FRIENDS TO ERECT STATUE year old Holstoln cow owned by tho In men. OF 'DEVIL ANSE' ILVTFIELD percentage ot the refugees, and they Coldstream- - Dairy Farm, Lexington, "Begin enjoying life nt 70," is a qow butterfat re- Dr. Jordan's advico to his contemstand in a long queue in tho yard at( lias established Huntington, W. Va., April 1 Rela- noon regardless of the weather, cord for Kentucky, according to a re- poraries. "All this talk of rehabiliport mado by J. J. Hooper, head of tating mon of my age is nonsense. tives and friends ot tho lato "Devil awaiting their turn for their meal at Anse' Hatfield, noted mountaineer the public kitchen. tho dairy department of the State They don't need It." chieftain and leader in the Hatfield- College of Agriculture. Tho now 'They not jnly take their dinners McCoy feud, are arranging to have a at tho public kitchen, bu'. many of champion produced 33 pounds of butlite-siz- o statue ot the clansmen erect them find occupation them. Peolo ter during tho seven days that she ed on the site of his lato home on who a few years ago werovery rich FOR FLETCHER'S was on, ur official test. Her record Indian Creek In Logan County. and powerful InJIussIan cjun circles for 30 days was 2,652 pounds ot The statue, which will be carved in are today beivlng in the dining room mm milk and 107 pounds of butterfat. . Carrara marble at Carrara Italy, will and kitchen as cooks and dishwashers CHRISTIAN COUNTY FORMS " RECORD JEREY CALF CLUB portray Anso standing .bareheaded, and waiters. UNCLE SAM RUNS WORLD'S looking out over tho mountalns.The "Tho kitchen and dining room are JIIGGEST PRINTING PLANT Lexington, Ky., April 4 Christian relatives and friends are subscribing under the direction of members of Just at present tho American ad- county has one ot the largest Jersey to a fund to cover tho cost of the the refugee colony, assisted by tho American Red Cross. 'The manager ( miration for big things Is tempered calf clubs in tho United States, ac- monument. of the public kitchen is a former colo"by tho feeling that they cost money cording to authorities at the State Organization FORMER GERMAN EMPRESS nel of the Russian Imperial Guard. nnd thnt to nrocuro or maintain them f"nllftrn of Agriculture IS GRADUALLY SINKING Tho manager of tho branch kltchui of tho club was begun Dec, , 1920 tho adds to the burdens in Ostrow is a celebrated professor; ors. But desplto this repressivo in- land hnsvJust been completed with 44 Doom, Holland, April 2. Former the controller la a count, former masmegalomaniac who nover members enrolled more than 30 of fluence the ' counts tho cost will continuo to exult whom havo already obtained their Empress Augusta Victoria, of Ger- ter of ceremony of the Imperial cojirt. possession of big things. ciflves. The anjmnls which tho many, Is gradually sinking as a re- As assistants he has a former cabinet over tho Motives of economy will not Incline youngsters will ralso nro all purebred sult ot her latest heart attick, says minister and a former governor. issued by her physicians him to alter his bellof thnt It is size registered calves soveralof them be"Among the waitresses, two boar that counts and therefore ho may be ing from register ot merit sires and this attornoon. Tho bulletin says:em- the title ot princess, ono of countess, ' "The condition of tho former one s the wlto ot an admiral, anothrolled upon to point with pr!doto dams. press, altho fluctuating, is gradually er tho wlfo of a general. Coffee is tlio fact that thd United States mainbecoming worso. Lattorly, her gen-or- poured by tho wlfo of a famous gon- -, is probably the largest COL. HARVEY SELECTED AS tains what AMUASSADOR TO BRITAIN health has boen less favorable. oral, assisted by a baroness and by printing plant In tho world, says tho It Is only duo to tho kind and skill- the sister of a former governor genChronicle. San Francisco Washington, April 1. Dofinito an- ful attention of tho family and nurses eral. Tho Government printing office in "VVMhington Js a vast affair. Its op- nouncement of tho selection of Col, thnt sho Is nllvo today." "Meal tickets aro handed out by ai to" bo general, the woodshed is In charge of erations aro on a scalo lequlrlng dis- George Harvey of Now York was MEXICAN JUNE FIRE a former Judge of the Supreme Court bursements amounting to millions Ambassador to Groat Drltain LAID TO EX.WORKERS and the errand boy was once tho lord nnnually. In 1920 thoy aggregated mado today at tho White House. Great Drltain has advised the State mayor of a South Russian city. Two In that year 4,720 $13,014,717.06. 'that Colonel Harvey Paducah, Mox. April 2. Flro, army officers, ono lawyer and ono , persons woro employed in ono capaci- Department to havo boen started by dls- - professor, comprise the fuel brigade ' ty or another. So bis Is tho army would bo acceptable. Mr. Harvey's nopilnatlon, Sonator . charged employes, destroyed tho re- - which cuts tho wood for tho kitcbon. of employes, and so many accidents was expended in pro- Ltidiro. Renubllcan leader, said today, i ductlon nlant and soma other works occur, $0,878 ' viding surgical attention for tho In would bo mado to tho Senate soon ot the San Rafael and Anoxas silver URGE .MORE RESPECT FOR AMERICAN FLAG ufjer Congress convoncs, and, Senator nilno In this city. Tho loss is estl- jured, undoubtedly confirmed, mated at ?2B0,000. Boston, April 2. Disrespect ot Tho salary list ot tho productive Lodge added, I i Jumps And United States Dealers'Gct Flood Of Orders. nrfl. tirfipitninn Dtfipntititn.. am.1 ,1... I y 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. do-cld- ed ur ELANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I1T STOCK. If You - have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an' "ad"- in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. . top-not- Tich-enora- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED V HARTFORD, S'i KENTUCKY a good time is an say it was banded French, who, when changed their "New po-H- co -- - half-dress- - a X old one. Some down from tho in 1564 they Year's Day tp January 1, thought there should bo some kind of a "memorial celebration" on the old New Year's Day April 1. "April Fools' Day" Is convmon la many foreign countries. In Scotland, Members pledged themselves to re- tho butt of a Joke is called a "cowk"- port to the state commltteo any acts and in France yioy say ho is an "Aprif of Irreverence to the flag that might tlsh." como under their notice. A Timely Suggestion. WHY APRIL FOOLS' DAY?" Tho next time you have a cough or cold try Chamberlain's Cough RemeNo "e-h- ns yet set up a good dy. It is pleasant to take and .yon. sound reason hY APr" L 8ho"d be are sure to bo pleased with the relief: set aslde especially for the Jokers and which it affords. This remedy has luu,B- i,,u "i maiuS mis a wide reputation for Its cures' ot dny tho t,me t0 tr,cks and have caughs and colds. m -- the American flag will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law by members of the Daughters of the American Revolution, it was announced during the state conference of that organization. A resolution was adopted urging Congress to pass a law prohibiting the draping of flags for decorative purposes when bunting should be usedr """ Children Cry C ASTO R ' A erate price. You save when you buy it Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There are no failuresit always makes the sweetest, most palatable of foods. First: It is sold at a mod- Fourth: It is used by millions of housewives leading domestic science teachers I cooking experts. tax-pay-- SWE JHWEN uun YW BUYIT-WWWY- DU USE IT lUHFSfflHfll W.WIIIIIUII.HIHII al Powder that can bo produced. Was given hinhest awards at World's PureFood Exposltlon,Chicago;ParIs Exposition, Paris, France. ingredients 03 have been officially approved by the United States Food Authorities. Fifth: It is the best Baking Calumet Nut Cookie Sixth: It contains only such Recipe cup DUttSV Y cup cugar, 2 i , . J at the most economical "Tho Biggest Bargain That Goes into the ICitchtn Today." Mix plain flour yvhh'puro baking powder instead of ijL!!I uncertain mi: irej. llirn you will know your Powder C03t. The finest quality Baking flour, 1 level teaspoon Calumet Baking Powder, 4 cup chopped CP08, 4 cup nuts, 1 Then mix in tba regular way. lemon Juice. teaspoon L r cmnnt l.e fiirtVM. jiv t w mi Ini n ni irj?' never salutes In O'. 10. SCOTT ENTERS IilVIA, ROUTE 2. Sunday school was organized Ml. Carmol Sunday afternoon, ' ' Mr. Willlq I.o'd tvaij elected Supt. and Miss Ophelia French Secretary. 111 MAGISTRATE'S HACK nt Squlro O. K. Scott, of Prentiss, Is announcing his candidacy In this Issue, for J. 1. O. C. from the new District No. .1, Squire Scott is now a monihcr of tho Fiscal Court, representing tho Deavor Dan District in room of Squlro Stovehs who resigned Igomo time since. Squlro Scott also served tho County in that positron Boino years ago, nnd has a thorough Utnowlcdgo of tho duties connected with tho office and is fully capable of performing same. Ho is energetic and invariably to be found, at his post of duty. -- Incident of Boy Scout Jamboree London Apparently Misunderstood There and In America. There has been much comment on this side of the ocenn ns welt ns the other because during the recent Scout Jamboree" In London the American Hoy Scouts did not clip their 11ns In salute, ns the scouts of nil other countries did. .Even when ceremonies were held In honor bf the war ilend, the American ling rcmnlncd steadily upright when nil other lings were dipped. When King George reviewed the Scouts, ngnln our ling remained stationary while all other flags sulutcd Iilin. "Unhlo" Itobert Mason jayery at this wrltlngr Mr. and Mrp. Kernlo Hnlph, of Pleasant nidge, spent- Saturday night and Sunday with relatives, at this - WANTED 18,000 Lbs. Live Poultry Will Receive at . place,. Mrs. Herman Wcstcrflold and baby of Lewlsport, aro visiting- Mrs. Wcs-tertiel- sister, Mrs. Salllo Mnson. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. WIgglnton spent Snturday night and Sundny with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhbades. Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Wlgginton .- It Is reported that this "unfortunate event" left "an unfnvornblo ImpresPhillips & Jarnlgan have taken ovsion," and critical comments lmvo come from some quarters In this coun- er tho gnrago pn Main street recently try also." occupied by Taylor & Morris and are I!ut there will be no criticism In any prepared to take caro of repair work, quarter where the rules of the flag and gasoline needs. Free air station. nre known, nnd especially there will mt be no criticism from nnybody who has "1 don't suppose you keep anything Infantry drill regulations. For read the there these very plain words nppenr: so civilized as dog biscuits In this, e, do "The nntlonnl color never salutes'." Every citizen, nnd nil stnto regimental you?' the tourist customer snarled. nnd other flags render tribute to the "Oh, yes, stranger," tho village Stars nnd Stripes. Dut proud Old merchant pleasantly. responded Glory never ducks a courtesy, even "Quito a few folks like you come thru to the president of the United States. The American Boy Scouts In Lon- from tho city, and wo aim to have don wore simply obeying n primary everything called for. Have" 'em. In a bag, oceat 'em here?" Country rule governing the use of the flag. Duluth Herald. Gentleman. one-horsrun-dow- n, Jay-tow- n, GARAGE CHANGES HANDS - have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. Claronco Wlgginton and family, of Hartford Itouto 7. Mr. Commodoro Westorfleld spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Josle Clark. Mr. Olllo Grey and family have moved Into Mr. Monroe Tucker's house. Mr. Tucker has moved to Pleasant Ridge. Dell Misses Mattlo and Hazel Stewart of Pleasant Rldgo, spent Sunday with Miss Mary French., ' Mr. G. S. Holbrook, of Hcflin, was In this vicinity this week. - Mr. Van Dozarth, of Florida, visited -- BEAVER DAM, KY. Wednesday and Thursday, Apr, TWO DAYS OINL-Y- . 13-1- 4 A friends and relatives here last week. m ' BALD KNOB. Hey, thero, how come you to be' up in my apple tree? Mrs. Barbara Johnson visited hor Lord Leverhulme, English Millionaire, Meandering Mike-r-- I Just fell out sons at Martwlck last week. Explains Why, at BO, He Will of an airplane. Annie Mae, infant daughter of Mr. "m Not Quit the Game. m and Mrs. Nute Havens, is quite ill at TRULY IN BUSINESS FOR FUN Farmer Will Pay the Following Prices Cash at Car: r Misses' Bessie and Grade Leach visited Miss Faye and Erthib Davis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ,George Daugherty were guests of "Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Davis Sunday. Mr. Logan Baizo and family of Princeton, Ky havo moved in with h(s father, Mr. Joe Baize. Mr. Blaine Westerfield, of Wysox, ,s visiting his sister, Mrs. Ona Cook, this week Mr. Oran and Oyvind Sandetur, of Cromwell, visited with, Mr. and Mrs. Sunday." "I have put sheep where there were tho stem. This gradual shrinkage Is Norval Leach Mrs. Ray Stevens was the gue'st of no sheep," he said : "cattle ' where supposed to be due to the fact that the there were no cattle houses where external nrossure on .lift hnlli innr ho Mrs. Logan Bradley, Sunday. there were no llOUSCS white men .enn.iiliinrnlilv lilfho. thnn rim lntn.-r.o- l Mrs. Mildred Daugherty is on the where there were only black men be-- 1 pressure, the air ns far as possible hav- - sick list this week. lull.-- . J.U1II IS UIU lllll 1 OUl UI It. Ing been removed before the glass is Mr. Lahurn Hincs recently pursealed. On the other hand, the splr' chased of Everett Mauzy a fine JerCodfish and Education. it thermometer Is sealed with the bulb sey cow, for $75.00. '""' m xncM unys ot In order .7 and fur coats, become too ' covered up a frecjlng mixture, in aIr ns Sunday school is progressing nicesilk sh.rts to ,ock Innhe B,ngs ng ly. Everybody come out Sunday afprowl nnd fastidious for honest and possn,ie. The Instrument much t HHHIHHm nutritious codfish bnlls? The sacred wltb tlie tatcm, presSurethus stnrts ternoon and be with us. which In cwi ami swims nioic noove me jienus ,im - nnw Mrs. Olive Taylor of this place, and rn i,n, ,. cut that expenditure. This was "''iS4"" " LM. T. HERRICK TO "'" "J of our wise men assembled in tho re- expnnslon of the " glass, " BEECH VALLEY. under the In Mrs. Vera Colman, of Beaver Dam, ono tno draw Dacks to obtaining vered General court. It Is no menn tOrnnl ntOCQI1tn t lw lAnl'nnA PARTQ CaIah visited their mother, Mrs. Gordon, TAlfP 1 Mr. symbol. Herrlck's acceptance, it was said, It stands for those days of ( tflc American at Prentiss, Saturday. Tho farmers ore very busy with ' tollsomo Industry nnd frugal living on j because, contrary to popular belief. Miss Ella Mae Sandefur was the their spring work. which New England prosperity was 'S n,0t a wealthy man. although Oroanlzed to fight Plant Pests. guest of Miss Rae Miller, of Mt. Zion, Nomination Is4o Be Made Soon, nnd Mr. Leo P. Miller delivered tobacco founded. "Tho lofne flshball" Is a no hub ucuu duulcssiui in ino conuuci The Plant Protection institute Is the from Saturday night until Sunday, j He Will Deport In Early poetic work of crentlve genius Illusname of n body formed recently for of his personal business affairs and at Owensboro this week. trating the close relation between cod- j Summer For France. Mrs. Ona Cook and children visitMr. Lbnnlo Hoehelraor nnd family the purpose of w.jglng relentless war 'ho was not convinced that ho could fish and educntlon. Fish was always have moved on Mr. R. A. Duko's farm, on the pests that afflict field nnd or- ed Mrs. Logan Baize Sunday. afford to provide an Embassy reputed food for tho brains. If we Mr, Orvllle Hudson visited Mr. Ed cropn, shaJe trees and orna- April 6. Myron T. self out of tho salary of an Ambas-Herric- k near Sunnydalc. hnve got beyond codfish wo deserve ln chard mental plants. Tijls It will do by sup-- l Davis Sunday. Mrs. Reat Norris has returned our fat folly to be tho prey of the has decided to eccept ap- - sador. Entertainment, whichfigures porting nnd directing scientific re-- I gongers and are entitled to no com as a large expense for an Ambassador homo after spending a week with pointment as American Ambassador be CLEAR RUN. miseration from nny one. Salem search, by fostering to France, a post ho filled under probably will bo a small ono for Mr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley tween Investlgntocs nnd manufacturNews. ers, and by dlss'ei ablating Information President Taft and which ho occupied Herrlck, fdr ho goes to tho post Baxloy, of Palo. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Magan and baThe Clear Run Baptist Church at the beginning of about the control of plant Insects and tho World War. practically alone and with tho lnten- Airplanes Carry Jewelry. their Sabbath Mr. Herrlck's formal nomination will tlon of devoting himself to the prob by, of Adaburg, spent Saturday night diseases. The niunbers are all scien- met and organized Wntches nnd Jewelry nro to bo tific experts tfr n.nnufncturers nnd Sunday with their father, Mr. J. of the School, last Sunday. be made soon and he will go to loms of tho offlco rather than tho transported to Paris by a newly es- - I Insecticides, fungicides, "apparatus, C. Magan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Park, Mr. Franca-isocial season. the early summer. tabllshed aerial service, and from etc., used In this work of Mr. Ronda Miller and his crew ot Snavely, and Mrs. Joe Park, Mrs. exterminaMr. Herrlck, it is understood, was Paris to London by tho present com- tion. Popular Mechanics Magazine. and Mrs. Enoch Murray visited Mr. offered raftsmen, went down tho river durpostN some time ago by mercial nlr line, to nvold the troubleHERBERT. the Clinton Park and family Sunday. some delays of the present rail servMr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers visit- ing tho recent riso, with their logs. President Harding, but, I1I3 friends Heartless Landlords. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hooyer visit- say, was ice, says a correspondent writing from reluctant to accept it be- ed her mother, Mrs. Jett, near Pell- - working Charley Baxloy Jr., who Is Jean Valjean's nltlmate housing reGeneva, Switzerland, ln the Cincinnati In tho oil fields of eastern course may lntcrst the desperate' of ed Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson Sun- cause he felt he should devote tho vllle Sunday. Times-StaA syndicate of the printoday: "I lay down In the dog ken- day. Mis3 Mnrle Day was the guest of Kentucky spent last weok with his remainder of his life to personal afcipal manufacturers has been formed nel, parents, at Palo. Yates Everllng, of Washington, fairs. dog bit me." And so even nnd Mrs. John Reardon Sunday night. nt Chaux do Fonds, the seat of tho before tho Hugo Miss Dona Ralph, of Greenville, Victor there were heart- visited Walter Trogdon, Sunday. Mr. O. T. Burdette was in OwensSince ho left the diplomatic service Industry, to handle the air shipments. Ky., spont Easter with her par6nts, Bennle Trogdon went to Hartford Mr. Herrick has It Is expected ten days, will bo saved less landlords! Brooklyn Eagle. sustained personal boro Monday on business. Mr. nnd Mrsv.J. C. Ralph, of Sunny-,dal- e. Monday. by this method and tho cost will be misfortunes which Included tho death m Several from here attonded tho Coal for Argentina. Mr. Max Murray, of Auburn, III., of his wife and a grandson and more Literary Society at Pollvillo Flight, in proportion to the vnluo of Friday At present practically tho whole of is visiting his mother at this place, Miss Eva MIdklff, Vf Clear Run. tho freight. Air shipments were derecently was ill himself and went to night. tho 8,000,000,000 tons which Argentina cided upon largely because of Amcri Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sinnott visited visited Miss Frnnklo Cambron, Saturconsumes each ytnr Is Imported, but this week. the Hawaiian Islands in search ot can buyers' Insistence upon promp Fanny Murray, of Clear Run, health. The principal trouble was an Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corloy Thursday day and Sunday. a largo and conveniently located dedelivery. posit has been resently discovered In spent the day Sunday with her aunt, infection in one of his eyes, which, night. Mrs. John Davis, of Taffy. DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE. that country. A large crowd 'attended prayer however, has now been cleared up. Rats Served Good Purpose. Shelby Trogdon and wife of Bar-nett-'s Besides Doctor Knne, tho arctic explorer, that, he has become interest- meeting here at the Baptist church Her Status. Creek, visited their parents, ed ln business venturs which At a meeting of the Board of Drain-ag- o said that umong the worst curses In he felt Sunday night. . "Is Mrs. Wiggins really a Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Trogdon, Saturday demanded his attention.. tho far north wero tho rats Mrs. O. H. Carter and little son, J. Commissioners of Ohio County, night and Sunday. rested his ship. Nevertheless, when ln Although President Harding's mind Milton, are visiting her parents, Mr. Kentucky, held In Hartford, Ky., on "No, she don't belong to none of want of other food, ho was glad to cat Mr. Tom Hanley lost a fine, young Monday, March 21, 1921, with all to Mr. Herrick when ho began andJIrs. O. T. Burdette. sects. them sometimes chopped up nnd thesehardshell Baptist." She's a good mule last Wednesday night, it was turned old to think of filling tho Paris post, TheP. T. A.' at Walnut Grove members present, It was ordered that frozen Into tnllow balls. Ho wrote: only sick about six hours. word came to Washington from Saturday night was well attended by an assessment or tax of THREE (3)', "During the long winter night Ilans be ! Mr. Thurman Patton took Mr. Franco that the selection of the for- the young people, of this neighbor- PER CENTUM, based upon tho'origlr Earning a Decoration. guiled his hours of watch by shoot- .1 "Why did the king of Cubool give James Armstrong to Owensboro last nal assessment for construction of mer Ambassador for his old post hood. ing rats with bow nud arrow. Tho you a J week to Dr. Hoover, where ho under- medal?" repugnance of my companions toshnro Mr. Abe Howe and family will said ditch, be made nnd levied against gave him one last year," ex- went an examination after which tho would be received there with gratifi"I with me this tnblo luxury gavo me freand move to the f arm ot J, D, Casey tnls the' lands and landowners located shah of Poobosh. Louis- Doctor diagnosed his trouble as can- cation by tho Government " quent advantage of fresh meat soup, plained the l. within the Allison Haynes, et nl., the people. There was nothing of week. ville Courier-Journacer of the stomach. which contributed no doubt to my Mr. Guy Hlnton and Mr. Walkor Drainago District, in Ohio County, ficial about it, but, it was explained comparative immunity to scurvy." today, the word came just about the Skinner delivered tobacco ln Owens- Kentucky, for thopurposo of cleanEIGUT MEN ESCAPE ing out, repairing and maintaining same time as Administration leaders boro Monday. CATLETTSBURQ JAIL POLICE MAGISTRATES' World's Oldest Auto Driver. JURISDICTION DEFINED here wero suggesting to Mr. Harding Miss Mabel Rearden visited Miss said ditch and for the paymont of The world's oldest automobile driver any other legitimate expenses incurthat he press Mr. Herrick to accept. Stella McDanTel Sunday night. Ashland, Ky., April 4. Eight men, j has been discovered. Frankfort, Ky., April 4. Police The former Ambassador Jias been Mfs. O. T. Burdette, Mrs. O. II. red. Ho Is John Crook of Lynton, 'Devon- - nil white, made their escape from'tho Tho tax list and assessment roll shire. England, Crook Is 03 years old Catlottsburg Jail last night and tho magistrates have Jurisdiction to pun- - considering the offer for several Carter and son wero the guests of una tins been driving n car for tho jailer intercepted n negro Jiibt ln ! '3U misdemeanors In cases ln which weeks and has Just given his accept- Mr. and Mrs. Will Richardson, of have been placed ln tho hands of tho . " County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to ance. Ho has told his friends' ho Pollvillo Sunday. imai iiu iiiumua. m mill uiliu no IlllS .,, nVnl,1 hU oxem.rv A negro tn0 torm U003 not exceeu I1Il (lava I not had an accident nnd bus driven Miss Dorothy Huff was the guest whom payment may be made on or "USiy sa, thB IllOn had 1101 bee,. Attorney General Charles I. Dawson feels that inasmuch as his own GovUirnlif.il lu limieoar r,.IIU l T ...l.. today informed tho board of trustees ernment and such public feeling in of Miss Eula Barker, Sunday after' before Monday, May 9, 1021, withwithout n trace of hesitation or nerv- - n,oro tunn tNTeuty mmut0;i BawlnB of Poor Fork, advising them that an out additional costs. If said assessFrance as has been expressed call noon. the bars. ousuess. ments aro not paid within tho tlmo. mm 'l',1B mon who escaped were Orvllle ordinance of tho village imposing a him he feels that In tho present posMn Crook Intends to start out on abovo specified, same will bo put ln u tour of France, Belgium nnd other Morgan, John Lustqr.-Hug- h Bruner, flno ot $10 to $20 and a jail sentence ture of world nffalrs he cannot neg- WILSON TO HAVE COUNTRY HOME NEATt PRINCETON the hands, ot the Sheriff to bo colparts of tho continent. CharloiBrown. Roy Brown, Hoiuur of not less than ton days la Invalid lect what he considers a duty. because) It exceeds the police court's lected ln the same manner as Stato In going to Paris again Mr. Hor-ric- k i Clay, Mulvllle Swims and Earl BMep. ' I Philadelphia, April C Woodrow and County-raxe- s. Jurisdiction and fixes a penalty less A99r'eved' will fjnd hlmsolf confronted with All wera charged with folonle. . UmoM" fed-tlthan thajflxed by tho statutes. Witness our hands, this April 8, paying the rent for his Wilson will have a handsome country personally Llul8r h4, Jll8t boon returnQd thru mVT.1! . . . . . 1921. Embassy building unless some way honiq near Princeton, N. J., it n. all," replied tho suffragette. "Not at LAHELSniAT STICK. can bo found to moot tho expense out learned horo today. A Philadelphia BOARD 'OF DRAINAGE COMMISer U. Bull, who had succoodt'd in 'I'm not in politics for my health." SIONERS OHIO COUNTY, KY. Adhselve plaster makes a good la- of othor funds of the Stato Depart- architect has been at work on plans "But, my dear mnduin, my cigar Is liavlhg him nrrastad at Uarbarton; 0., By S. T. Barnett, President. and bo had returned horo 'with him bel for tin or othor containers from ment. One of tho provisions of the for the former President since last not us bad ns that." Attest: McDowell A. Fogle, Secy. appropriation bill November. which a paper label ttrnds to peel off. last diplomatic Friday night. Lord Leverhulme recently told n Superstition Concerning Diamond. good story to show why business men The losing of a diamond Is considwork ns hard ns they do. It Is not for ered, npart from Its material value, the money, ho snld, ns much ns for the an omen of mlshnp. To be efllcaclous sheer fun of It. as a talisman the diamond should be A man named Tyson, ho said, went given freely, and "never sold, never out to Australia In tho early days. lie lent, never coveted, and never taken now has pheep farms In Queensland, by fraud or force." New South Wales, Victoria, nnd South Australia. He hns millions of sheep and cattle, yet he lives as simply as Thermometer Deterioration. one of his own stockmen. Even thprmnmotnrs hppnmn nlrl nnrt He Is now eighty years of age consequently Inaccurate with age, mdr- hale and hearty. When he was nkcd curlnl Instruments rending too hlch why he worked so hard nnd lived like and spirit Instruments too low. In the n workman, he replied that it wns not former case the bulb appears to shrink, n matter of money nt nil. thus forcing the quicksilver too far up this writing. Hens 24c, Gox 12c. We reserve the right to refuse poultry on account , of heavy feed or tonage capacity. Come early and avoid .the rush. We expect to meet any competition in case market will justify an advance. L T.W.WALLACE " I For Peter Fox Sons Co. ,,,, Rr5T rK10 ruo J ?. r. -- V klepto-manlac- ?" new-fnngle- d r I ' . j .f ,,, -- '