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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, Subscription $1.50 per Year, NUMBER 42 APRIL 15, 1921. tlclo received too late becomes as voters, and escorted ncrbsa tho border KNOX RESOLUTION waste paper, valueless, and we to Detroit by pollco officers. regret to havo to cast aside an No sooner than Johnson had, tnk-p- n I trio platform, ho was greeted by article that would havo been good IS GIVEN SENATE U. S. ON VAP, BELIEF news If received In time, ns It might Jeers, singing and whistling and was unable to ninko himself heard, Washington, April 12. Among Harding'8 specific recommendations to have been, had the writer mailed It ' a day earllor. A Number of forraor sdrvlce men in"v I Congress aro: Peace Plan Is Modified To- unhes Note Received Fa tervened, but woro unable to qulot Flat and flnnl rejection of tho League, ot Nations covenant. FELIX SHAVER SEEKS tho crowd. Meet Harding's Ideas, By France, vorably Establishment of a now association of nations entirely separate from any MAGISTRATE'S PLACE "Thoy'ro making moro dry votes treaty of peace. ' , Report Introduced. than I could If I talked all night," Passage of the Knox resolution tq restore peace, "with the qualifications Felix Shaver, of tho Ceralvo counJohnson observed as he left the hall. cssentlnl to protect all our rights," but without "a statement of future policy try, announces his candidacy In this Outside n croud followed tho lectur-o- r with respect to European affairs." ; Washington, April 13. The first "Washington, (April 11. Developand his escort. Several missile) Accoptanco of tho treaty or Versailles minus the league covenant and with issue, for tho Republican nomination direct result of President Warren G. ments slnco tho dispatch of Secretary were thrown, It was said, hut Johnson for J. P. 0. C. representing District "such explicit reservations nnd modifications as will secure our absolute Harding's enunciation of an internaHughes' noto to tho Governments of was unharmed, inadvisable commitments and safeguard nil our essential in No. 3, which was formerly tho freedom from tional policy appeared today when Franco, Italy nnd Japan v- . England, district. terests." j .nnd defining tho views of tho United SQL'lIti: M,r. Shaver Is a prosperous farmer, Senator Philander C. Knox, PennsylA. HOLING in tho task of restoration In Europe. Friendly roapoctlng tho a man of good judgment, thoroughly vania, offered In the Senate I1I3 resoStatos Government out For magistrate Funding and gradual liquidation pf tho United States war debt. lution that tho war between tho Unitrights it acquired with respect to "Illglcl resistance in appropriation." and "utmost economy in administra- dependable and attentive to business ed States nnd tho Teutonic Powers, disposition or tno lormcr uormun ov- and therefore well fitted for tho posi Tno nnmo ot Saur0 James A. tion." t was at nn end. orsens possessions, Indicate the pro-- ( TJollnB( ot Uppor nast Hartford, le immediate, enactment of emergency tariff legisla- tion to which he aspires. Tax and tariff revision; --hablllty of these governments nccopt-',ac0(- 1 It had been revised to meet the ,n tho announcement column protect the farmers; repeal df tho oxcess profits tax. President's views and In the form ng tho principles laid down by --Mr.jot thIs ,8SUBf ns n cnnrtldnlo for the tion to 8 4 CALL HEIl "GRANDMA" Establishment ot government business on a business basis. presented today Is merely a declaraHughes ns a fundamental basis for nopubllcan nomination for J P O C , I National budget system. dealing with tho problem. Mrs. Mary Jane Dishop, wifo of tory announcement of the ending oC from tne Hartford and Heaver Dam Congressional investigation to speed retail prico readjustments in conthe war with a provision for preservA reply from France nnd a prelim-- ; Dstrct( otherwise known ab District No government own- Thomas R. Dishop, of Mc Henry, a formance with tho reduced cost of basic production. n Iriary answer from England to Mr. No lf composcd of Taylor Mints, the Ohio County citizen, has ing nil tho rights obtained by I. States under the nrmtstlco of Hughes' notes nro understood hi nao lwo reaver Dam and throo Hartford ership of railroads. probably more grandchildren than "Railway rates and costs of operation must be reduced." November, 11, 1918, and th Versailbeen received by tho Statu Depart I'reclncts. g by any other person in this County. on provision Condition all federal appropriations for les treaty. ment today. Fifty grandchildren and thirty-fou- r Squlro Holing, several years slnco j This was as tho President wished. Is her re.'ord Britain's Attitude Koiecnst ov states for maintenance. sorved tho County as Mai?latrato "Government encouragement not government operation," for the estab- She recently turned her 84th Mile- Intended to contain a definition oC Official announcement was lacking er a period of six years and Is therc- a great merchant marine; American International policy, tho Mit It becamo known during tho da'jforo fam!Uar lth tho duties of tho lishment nnd maintenance of ships and pres- stone. "Difference in cost of construction of government-owne- d Governments omc(J n ,g a pr0grc38ivi. farmer m resolution as revised is shorn of anythat one of tho Allied ent valuo should be, marked off as a war loss; thing savoring of suggestion or con"PAP" WILLIAMS AND had sent its reply and tonight nhli-lan- (, .H,, nuanflc(i Ior the position he American-owne- d and Active gbvernmental encouragement to extension of WILLIE MADDOX ON ferring authority on the Executive to ubyuiuiwu m- - scc,s uonai lnioriuauua oporatod cable and radio services between the United States and other counadopt a foreign policy along indidlcating that tho British Government radio Use of government-owne- d Byron "Pap'1 Williams, an Ohio cated lines. tries, "free from foreign intermediation." communication had in a preliminary PETIT JURY lilt AWN InCounty boy, graduate of the local facilities for press and commercial messages where it does not "unduly Knox Meets Harding's Wishes. forecast tho answor It will make to High School, and a son of Rufus with private enterprise." tho Hughes note. Mr. Harding has made It plain that Tno petlt ji,ry ror tho May term, terfere Government licenslug of cable landings, apparently upholding the Wilson Williams, of Heflin, Is a regular on any declaration Franco Is believed to have accepted 0U0 circuit Court has been drawn of that character administration's policy with regard to the Western Union's attempt to land the Kentucky State University Base would bo construed by him as a tresIn principle the declarations of Am-,ng ng foUows: Ball Team, holding down the bag at pass on the Executive's constitutional erica's rights contained in tno uugues c A Cra,R( w F Newcomh. J. W. n cahlo on the Florida coast. In Navy Department and tho far corner. Williams played on prerogative and Mr. Knox showed his note. Talley; A. J. Williams, Jake, Darnard, , No unified air service but bureau of aeronautics England Is llkowlso believed to A K San,iefur, C. H. Cardcn, A. A. retention of array air service; also bureau of aeronautics in Department of the Hartford team last season, dur- desire to with tho Presinavigation. of have indicated that Downing aireei Cnrtor(.N. M. Russell, Warder W. Commerce to exorcise federal regulation of air government, as recommend- ing vacation and he has a hosthop- dent by revising his measuro ccord-lngl- y. friends in tho County who are Consolidation of soldier relief agencies, of the tjoply Will bo favorable to tho Am- Gnrdner( u. w. Dames, Sj A. Lee, I ing that he burns them up while j orlcan position. The development of tho Adminis Golden Stulsvyorth, D. N. Havener, ed by tho Dawes committee. playing with the swift bunch. Principle Arccplnl, Relief. Creation of a department of publivwelfare. iJ( w Edmonson, W. II. Gillespie, D. tration's International policy is more bill for federal aid to states in maiermWillie Maddox, of McIIenry, is al- immediately bound up in the efforts Passage of the Sheppard-TownIn tho absence of any official Intt- - ., p , n s Ashhv. E. S. Klrtlev. so a playing member ot the K. S. U. In which Charles E. Hughes, Secremotion It could not bo definitely 0nU(1 uenfrow, Lesllo Hoover, Ben ty and Infancy care. h law and creation ot a commission or Team, guarding the left field. Mad- tary ot the State Department ls(now wnnofmont nf federal learned whether Franco has nuaiiyScm E w Morgan M. t. Parks, accepted In prlncipio mo uociriuu iam John P. Talor, G. W. .Fought. J. L, whites and negroes to stud? nnd report jonwncans ot solving the race dox is a likable chap and has lots of engaged to obtain the assent ot the friends pulling for his success. Mar four principal Allied Powers to tho down by Mr. Hughes, with regard to Patton, Will P. Griffith, J. A. James, problem. Approximate disarmament in concert with other nations, but not alone shal Barnes, Beaver Dam, and Glenn prlncipio of the conformtion of Am American rights, but thero is every I. D. Bennett. Albert Cox, Harvey Tinsley, of Hartford are subbing on erican rights growing out of our reason to believe that the prompt re- TIchonor, W. S. Carter. J. H. Howard nnd no complete disarmament so long as thero is need to defend. tho team and may get In occasionally. participation In the Word War which ply which tho Paris government-haCompletion of tho 1916 naval building program. and J. W. Robertson. mu Mr, Hughes laid down in his note to inado conveyed information to tho Establishment of a voluntary military training system in the army to INVESTIGATE FOR these Powers concerning the Island HONOR ROLL. effect that the French Government men for the army reserve. supply SCHOOL BUILDING of Yap. his accepted tho principles. roply has yot been received, i No For tho Denver Dam Graded and TO CORREPONDENTS Mrs. W. O. Reed, of Horse Branch, LOUISVILLE MARKETS from tho Japanese or Italian Govern- High School, Deavor Dam, Kentucky. THE PARADE AND ments, hut there Is n growing belief ADVERTISERS ET AL and Mr. Nat Llndley, of Matanzas, Average monthly standing of 90 CLEAN-U.- P DRIVE composing a Committee representing Cattle Midweek market brought hero that tho Japaneso Government with less than three tlcmorits is re. ... ...i..i.Ji.i,ii quired for entrance upon Honor Roll. tho County Board of Education, were out a fair number. Market was a slow " will recognize, tno iitiuvmiua also The trouhles of a Country News- In Cromwell yesterday, conferlng and Inactive affair from Duo to tho cold and uninviting TWELFTH GRADE down by Mr.. Hughes. start to finpaper are many and varied. To start Should tho four Powers ail recog Cnseuier, Gladys Likens, Era prospect for bad weather for last with, conditions are such that only with the patrons and others at that ish. . Best light butchers sold about Erwin nize tho principles which Mr. HughesJ Render. Lummlo Taylor, Blanche Monday, the parado of tho school a forco barely sufficient to perform place, with reference to tho erection steady with Monday's loss. Light Inof a school building for tho consoli- quiry noted for tho best feeders- and children and gathering scheduled to regards as determinnto with respect Bucknor, II. P. Drown. necessary work can bo employed school to be located there. place at the Northern end of tho basis of tho Amtake siockers; Common and plainer kinds to tho fundamental ELEVENTH GRADE. retaining of reserve force Is not to dated badly neglected. Hard to disposo of Ualcer, Pauline Barnard, tho Courthouse, was postponed to bo thought of this makes it neceserican Government's latest represenLeonard tation, the situation with respect to Corinne Taylor, Florence Taylor, Iva Wednesday. The parado was highly sary that the work be scattered thru-o- J. W. CHEEK SEEKS at low prices. automobiles PLACE ON TICKET commended, decorated Quotations: the different problems of1 dealing with Render, Clyde Taylor. Prime heavy steers the entire six working days, as and other vehicles, floats, banners, tho status of Yap, the North Pacific $S8.50; heavy shipping steers $7.-50- 8; TENTH GRADE nearly as possible at least. In view In artistic design were much In J. W. Cheek, of East Fordsvillo, Island, nnd other former German ovmedium steers $707.50; fat Llllle Chlnn, Evelyn Hunley, Anna etc., of tho above facts wo respectfully near Asklns, lsr an announced can heifers $G8.50; fat cows $5.75 will be immeasura- Loo Maddox, Ruby Taylor, Eldred evidence. The pupils afoot, each, urge erseas possessions correspondents to get their our didate for the Republican nomination 7; medium cows $4Q5.75; cutters down to the smallest, carrying a bly Improved. Young, Martyno McDanlel. copy to this office by not later than m9 for J. P. O. C. from District No. 4, broom, a' hoe, shovel, rake or other canners $2 $2.50; bulls $4 NINTH GRADE noon of each Wednesday, whenever composed of East West "and South TWO DWELLINGS BURN. .' Implement of warfaroAvlth which to 5.50; feeders $C8; stockers $5 possible to do so. To advertisers we Fordsville, 'Slirevb, Aetnaville Waunnettia Uonta, Eva Carter, and combat dirt, rubbish and weeds 7.75; milch cows $2075! , -- would ask that the same rule apply, "" "-"nf, tl.o ilwnlltnr oi.." ,li.-,.n,- l Herbert Precincts, Mr. Cheek Is a made quite an Imposing spectacle Calves Prices unchanged. Best ! Wendell Ralph. Aaron Roach, and In most cases it is almost as con- progressive farmer, a man of mature Royal, ot near Rickets, early I something now under the sun( veals $S.G09; medium to good $4 Taylor, Lena Vollace, Josephine and get advertising copy In venient to Tho houso drcd irnnra nm! nnmnotoilt in rllflnllfiriTA ttlR laHt Saturday morning. for Hartford. C; common to, medium $3(Q4. Plrtlo, Albert Shultz, Otto Wallace, at least Blankenshlp was master of at even nn earlier date. We have W. C. duties of Justice, of 4ho Peaco and to and entlro contents, with tho excep- Annlo E .Shultz. Hogd Prices showed a quarter so much space and can do just Good talks only handle the fiscal affairs of tho Counceremonies, deslgnato. tion of one dresser, a couple of EIGHTH GRADE. so much work and early delivery of ty. In event ot his nomination and loss on the top end, with pigs and were made bya number ot local citiclialra and pillows. Tho loss foil! Estill Hnzelrlgg, Carroll Veller, zens and campaign launched that copy of ads Insures better and moro oiaxflnn fnlfhftil snrvlen may1 ho re throwouts steady. Tops at $8.75 aro fall quite heavy on young Mr. Royal. the lowest In over five years. Best Park, Tennyson Peyton, Viraccurate composition, In addition to During Monday night a five room Everett lied upon from Mr. Cheek. should result In a very much cleaner hogs 209 pounds and up $8; 120 to ginia McKInnoy, Bonnie Baize. ' position. mm dwelling on tho farm of Vfi P. Ild-ltlf- f, and better Hartford May the waves better 200 pounds $8.75; pigs 90 to 120 SEVENTH GRADE, To those who havo news items and L. & N. CHANGES Mr. Hoi was totally destroyed spread to tho farthest reaches and publicity pounds, $8.50; 90 pounds down $7.50 drey Martin, Beulnh Kane, Virgil of various character matter then roll In and out again and wer Holing had Vecently occupied the throwouts $6 down. Lower prices we Helen Knight, Lucllo Couch, they, deslrp to jiavo published Hubert Holmnn. of Adams, Tenn., again. houso and was moving out at the urge early delivery of copy. has succeeded D. N. Crook as assis- reported all around. Mnlcom Barnes. would time, In fact while ho had moved his Sheep and Lambs Few changes SIXTH GRADE. It not Infrequently happens that we tant agent at the local L & N Depot. family somo days previous, lie had Roy Taylor, Floyd Newton, Tom-ml- o PEYVint ham; high lengthy articles on press day, Mr. Crook was forced out on tho noted In prices, with most 'of 'the arreceive not moved his meat, lard, molasses school act; ities even In the, late afternoon of Thurs- seniority rule applying to L. & N. rivals direct to local packers.' Best Phelps, Freedn Pierce. fow othfcr Uoms, all of '.which quotable at $7 9; seconds $5 nnda days for publication, when Incidents raployeos FIFTH GRADE. Harry May, former agent lambs best was a total loss. Origin Of tho fire fat sheep $4 down; bucks 6; Tho Senior Girls wore hostesses on transpired four to six days previous Tracy Stewart, Gladys Hosoy, Centertown, was also forced out at atter-nooIs not known. could Just as well have been In by the same rule. These changes, $2.50 down. Spring lambs quotably Baize, Grethel Martin, Paulino a hike given on Wednesday and . higher. of tho 6th in honor of tho throo or four days bofore they were. Austin Rachel Hays McKInnoy, Lois with many others come as a result SOCIAL AT METHODIST senior boys. PRODUCE. Republican Is always open for of curtailment of R. R. omployees w. Chapman. Tho riumrii THIS EVENING Taylor, Herman GRADE. Association Is articles of Interest from every nook Tho Paront-TeachLouisvillo produce dealers quote, FOURTH going on all over tho country. now moving picture buying prices ns follows, net to shipJoo Taylor, William Owen Smith. giving a series of and corner of tho County, and we are a A social will bo given nt tho local shows, tho last one, Llttlo Red Rid- Immensely pleased Esth-onin- g per, tho shipper paying freight and to receive tho TO ATTEND K. E. A. basement, this ev- - Parven Knight, Edith Arbucklo, Methodist Church, ing Hood, Is to bo given this Friday Items. drayage charges: But when received too lato from 7:30 to 0!00 o'clock. Aer Dockory. Asa Hill, Judith E. night. Eggs 20c dozon, without casos. Only last we simply can't use them. Superintendent E. S. Howard, Mrs. Is to bo rondored nnd j Hart, Ray Plorco Sarah Harrison, program Poultry Hens lb.; largo wcok, we received three or tour ar- Howard and daughter Triphena, tho - Myrtle Daughorty. the meeting Is open and freo to evANOTHKU HOUSE 1IURNS. THIRD GRADD ticles after we hod closed our forms, faculty of the local graded and high spring chickens 25c lb.; small 32c of other churches orybody. Members that Is wo had sized up and were school, the faculty of Beaver Dam, lb.; old roosters 12013c lb.; stags Arnett Williams, Kenneth Burgess, nro welcome and Invited to attend. 20c lb.; young ducks 21c lb.; No. 1 Mr. Herman Black, residing near wlilnnlnir thlncR Into slmnu for tho and many other teachers of tho Counto come and bring Wavy Taylor, Tina M. Danlol, Lillian I ivThnrR ........... are urced ,.., iiuny . -layior, ........ r,. Tr.il I i Ucthpl Church, lost his residcuco and lliunu'ui'. ty will attend tho K. E. A. which turkeys 36c lb.; geese 12c lb.; guinrrnncoments aiuwan. iuiiiiiiiu the i,.i.io e,in.lnl Wo aro well awaro of tho fact that convenos In Louisville next Tuesday neas 30c each; young guineas 50c. Avery Hill, Dasll Keown, practically tho entlro contents by firo have boon made to look aftor their Riimace, am Gloiina Cooper, Nolon Dockory, John Wodnegdny night, between nlno and those who tako tho trouble to pro-pa- In a five days' session. ' care and comfort. MARRIAGE LICENSES articles for publication may bo King, Charles Saudofur. ten o'clock. The resldonco was a p RECENTLY ISSUED LAWYER TAKES "BROKE" good one and Its destruction, togethor disappointed when they fall to SECOND GRADE. 'PUSSYFOOT' JOHNSON CLIENTS SUIT AS FEB In tho paper, but tho disapTim Ramos, McDonald Knight, J. with the contents, ontulls qulto a heaOUT OF CANADA KUN Guy Stowart, McIIenry. to Msry Unrvey Vollor, Paul Chlnn, ChrUtlno vy loss. Wo could not learn ns to pointment, docs not stop with tho auTho Wilson, Mollenry. nrtlcjlo, wo too nro disRichmond. Va., April 13 April 11. William Wilson Young. Leorn Baize, Oletta whether iiuuranco was carried or thor of tho AVIndsor. Out., Isaac S, ABhby, Centertown, to A liappointed, disappgbited that it did suit a pennIlos prieoner yvuro in"Pussy Foot" Johnson, American pro- - Chapman, Alta Gray Ftiqun. Eddrlo not. nos Duncan, Centertown. This Is tho socoiid loas by firo, sus not roach us In time. Don't forgot to Pollco Court hore today wus abandoned nn at Chlnn. Ruby Martin, BUllo Taylor, hlbltlon workor, Heniy Mobioy, Rockport, to Gracl by hU iittoruay as a feu. tained by Mr. Blaok within tho pn6t that we dooply appreciate overy gan-ultempt to speal; at tho Armory hero Konneth Kano. news contribution, even as much The lawyer procured a pah of ov- Boll Southard, Route 1, Mollenry. FIRST GRADE. few years. Not long slnoo, ha lust was scheduled to tonight where ho Jesno Waddle, Martwlck, to Mabel Virginia McKInnoy, Thelma Coop a good barn, muloa, wagon and a lot or mors than wo do nd copy, tho both eralls apd gave them to his client fMk In support of tho prohibition n mn .1 1i. n I, nl . Hope, Rochport. Ajwk w of other property by tho. ugvituui. Tint mi fir- - I to wear. UIU uu3Wiuvj; Aa.Anttnl go boforo Ontario or, Loulso Newton. question, Boou to Main Features of Harding's Message i Cen-tcito- , well-know- d road-buildin- en ni, j J er antl-lvnc- s .- - . ut $34; wm-".- v. er 1 J h, Do-lo- ra n, or Do-go- 225c ro np-po- ar ni CH '' "" ""BBn8iwJ8KMiMiliiiPrtii umwBrtiBuaw us' mill wimii sjunimuuuj i mam umu mmmm z;:; .'.:bress him as "PLAIN WARREN". Harding Tells Old Friend To .Leave off "Mister" President. Uy Evorott C. Watkins. VaahlnKton Correspondent of the Herald. Washington, April 9. Elghty-;ycar-o"Uncle Charley" 1'attcn, observing .things from tho White House Jatvn, whore he has light employment, thinks that President Harding has matin a xood start In giving the country a pood administration. "'Undo Charley" looks on Warren Xi. JJardlng with becoming pride, lit has known him since he was ao. struggling boy at O., and ho has seen him rise .from ji cub newspaper reporter to His Vrnfcldnnt of the United States. TtiiJclgo of the man thru all of Jthn .years since he reached young manhood' gives "Uncle Charley" ev-r- y confidence that President Hardens will make good In his big Job in 4ho IVhlto House. "J was the first man that Presl-stleHarding appointed after he nam-e- d his cabinet," commented "Uncle 'Charley" with unconcealed pride as 3in worked away trimming the hedge fenc in tho Whlto House grounds. One-Wa- y Ticket. "bought n round-tri- p ticket at IMarion with the intention of coming Jo tho Inauguration and then returning home, but when Mr. Harding 3icard about it he sent his car to my iooso and requested that I see him at cncfl," uontinued Uncle. Charley in itaiinff about how his appointment came to him. "When I went to see 31 r. Warding he told me to sell my ticket, buy a one-wa- y B d.ictct, pack my belongings and lor a long stay in Washington. He said ho wanted me to come to Wxshington and remain with him as Znwi as he is in the White House." U7io' an octogenarian, Undo Char-3us ho Is known to every resident oI Marion, Ohio, and as he is known hew. is hale and hearty. He served. In tho Civil War as an enlisted roan in Company D. 21st Ohio At Chlckamauga a piece of 3i3s Jt.lt ear was carried away by a TbarUit, and he was made slightly deaf Xy ihe explosion of a shell in another ra;agoment. Ho and President Harding's father, Dr. George T. Hard-Miserved in the same army the Army of the Cumberland tho not in ilic same regiment. Because of hi3 ase. Uncle Charley's tasks In the JU'Mte House yard are not burden--snmld Ma--rlo- n, at -- ld sc romlnlscont mood, recalled how Warren Hnrding gathered items for tho Marlon Monitor a Democratic paper, now' oxtlnct; how tho Democratic publisher "fired" him for wearing n Blaine campaign hat and how, tho next day, ho borrowed money with which to mako first payment on tho purchase of tho Marlon Star, His of which he Is still publisher. youth, Undo Charley said, caused some doubt to bo expressed that ho over would make a success of tho Marlon Star, but he said that young Harding had every confidence In himself and tliat tho second week he owned the paper ho Increasd It from four small pags to eight larger pages and a week later ho ndded four more pages. Ho kept on adding pages until paper, tho today It Is n twenty-pag- o printed In a town of scarcely 30,000 population. Some of tho stock of tho Marion Star Is now owned by faithful emnloycs and' a surplus of tho earnings, above a small per cent paid on tho investment of stockholders, is distributed equally among all employes who havo been with the paper for any length of time. There are big problems awaiting solution, but no matter what comes within tho next four years there is one man who will be never falling In his confidence that President Harding has the heart and tho brain to work them out for the best Interests of the country and its people. That man Is Uncle Charley. Surgeons agree- - that in cases of Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the first treatment Is most important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Borozono is the Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now and bo ready for an emergency. Prlco 25c, GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. DOCTORS Gi 0. P. PLANS FOR SPECIAL SESSION wwrmnmm u.n.ii,,u.aajiimin n.uiWI,wiiimni,'.Mft i.n.M'f V"i,i"WKwvri'i!"'."J. t .. -- -. "ztv- ....... - - W.',A-""ffRsS- -. &IgTf.iU-'jra- in ynri' Tariff, Revenue Revision And Farm Relief To Get Hand. "i -- SEEK SERUM FOR SLEEPING SICKNESS pre-jiax- pj e, c. Now Yoik, April 9. Germs of the disease commonly known as "slecp ing sickness" havo been fransmiUod from man to animal and from one animal to another, It was announced hero today by Dr. B. Sachs, chief of the medical staff of tho Mount Sinai Hospital, who added an effort was now being made to find a soruiv. Tho neurologists and pathologists of tho hospital, Dr. Sachs alleged, have established the fact that, while sleeping sickness in many cases follow influenza, the two germs are distinct. He declared great strides had been made in determining the nature of the germ and hopes were held that before long it would be possible to produce a serum that would effectively combat the disease. WIRELESS ADDS TO UNREST " niave Brier Visit. "The other day Uncle Charley In a public address tho other day vdtunced to meet the President as he Huston Thompson, chairman of the teak the few paces between excutive federal trade commission, expressed offices and tho White Hou3c. It was the opinion that the wireless tele"the first chance he had had to talk graph and telephone together with to the man ho has known for more tho airplane and other years as "Warren" than thirty-fiv-e inventions of modern times and his firbt time to address him as have all had a part in bringing about Uncle cho existing greatly disturbed mental But "Mister President." ''Charley's brief visit with the Presi- attitude of people tho world over, o dent disclosed to him that elevation to tho presidency has not changed . 9 Warren Harding, the human being. '"Hello, Undo Charley." smiled tho i ' 1'rnsldent Jn hailing his old soldier friend and extending his hand. g Mister President," answered Uncle Charley, respectfully. By JONATHAN BRACE "'Ah. mako it Warren! That's the IV GEORGIA uamo you must know mo by," N JANU And then the President. ARY 2, the President asked Uncle Charley 178S, Georgia about tho tasks to which ho had been uccepted tho space-annihilati- The Story of "Good-mornin- uur states .asHlgned. "tltai not working very hard Just zrying to "keep from getting arrested tor loitering," explained Uncle Charley. "I'll hot you're guilty, Undo Char-Sbar. It you over get arrested don't fal to take an appeal to me," laugh--e- d r, C o ustltutlon u n d became Air. Harding. Work Agrees Willi Mm. Undo Charley made tho observation that tho President "seems to bo standing tho hard work prety well," tu which the President replied that he 3h fueling strong and vigorous and that hard work apparently agrees with him. lint while Uncle Charley has tho nurd of tho President that ho wants friend to still know him hit jik "Warrou" ho will continue to him as "Mister President" for Vo .Um much pridu in applying that nltad title to bin Marion Ohio friend and wdghbor. "f'raaident Harding Is a common-- . Ho 1I never will be uppish. tnt hl struggle as a young man and ktt it in sympathy with the strug- . uf otliere." epoke Uncle Charley .as to tutil of bis Mead in the Whlto Htm ml "There Ib nothing that gives Itet man wore pleasure than to sea -uhl-tim- o w i Ml U huppy. He will do his muke the whole nation hap- Charley, in a In the Union. The settlement of Geor- glu was conceived us u buffer against the depredations of the Spaniards and Iudlans, whoso Invasions of South Curollna had reuched a climax in 1715 with a raid In which four or live hundred settlers hud been massacred. To protect South Carolina from futuro Inroads James Oglcthorpo planned u colony to the south, and la 1732 he obtained from George II a grant of land. Tho now territory was consequently named Georgia, after tho king. The deed stated that tho land was grunted "In trust for tho poor." This referred to Oglethorpu's plan to havo us tho settlers the Insolvent debtors who, according to tho laws of that time In England, were cubt Into prison. Muuy of these wero released from prisons nnd, by some Germans and Scotch Highlanders, founded tho town of Suvnunah in lT.'JJS and rapidly bpmid up and down the const, where successful plantations of rice and indigo soon becumo established. Georgia continued to pronpur until, tho p oil u a 1 o n of Its 50,205 square miles entitles It to u of 14 iroIduntlul electors. 1 1 xJLyjlS' the state fourth t"irWent In IliiRMlf. Adtnd by MtClure Newupr Syndicate.) then Uncle D. C, Washington, March 9. THE UNIVERSAL CAR, Thoroughly Impressed with the necessity of meeting tho great revenuo What the Ford Ton Truck Will Do needs of tho country as soon as possible, becauso of tho desperate condition in which tho finances havo been The Ford One-To- n Truck offers an efficient, dependable deleft by the last Administration, the livery service the lowest cost. Thousands of owners, wholeRepublican leaders of the House and salers, retailers, fanners, transfer and baggage companies, ice and Senato havo decided upon a leglsla coal dealers, public service corporations all have learned of the tlvo program for tho special session of Congress which will convene April "delivery cost-cuttinFord. It does easily the work of several tho 11. horses at a veiy greatly reduced upkeep and operating cost. Lacking In that dictatorial control ij Ford motor, The light but strong steel frame, the ever-reliab- le which characterized ttib Wilson realuminum-bron- z worm-driv- e, the powerful demountable rims and lations with a rubber stamp Congress pneumatic tires both front and rear, all combine to make the one-to- n during six years of his administration, tho Republican leaders havo Ford the truck of flexibility, reliability and utmost service with freely expressed their views. Tho lowest and first after costs. Our Ford service organization right new President has made no attempt at your elbow, with complete stocks of genuine Ford parts, special to tell tho Congress what It should service from equipment and Ford mechanics insures full-tim- e do. Nlther have tho leaders of tho your Ford truck all the time. The demand grows orders should Hou3o attempted to lay down the law be placed without delay. Call or write for free, illustrated bookto the Senate or vice versa. Conferences have been held In the most open let, 'Ford A Business Utility." way and decision has been reached after full discussion and without the slightest feeling. Whore the Democrats simply waited for orders from the While, House and then filled them BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY the Republican leaders have counreselled with the President and the sult Is action which both ho and they regard as best for the nation. These are the legislative steps to l be taken: Passage of the emergency tariff act to save the farming communities of the country from immediate danger competition, INDIANS LAY CLAIMS of disastrous foreign Tulsa need not worry about tho prop- Europe which menaces us, nor could all with the knowledge that In this case 'TO BIG OIL FIELDS erty they own," declared the attorney a combination of tho the powers of general. "Tho Supremo Court hns Europe Imperil United States there will be' no veto oa tho part of a Democratic President believing in been admitting petitions by any ono either upon tho land or upon the sea. Title to Millions Of Acres In TVxus praying intervention In the Red Riv- I freely admit that England's navy free trade. And Oklahoma Involved In bill to er case. Any man who thought ho Is stronger thnu ours, but oven If Enactment of Litigation. prevent foreten competitors from had a little land was allowed to flic Great Britain wero our enemy and dumping their goods upon American a case. Tho Red River caso would engaged in wnr against uu, her navy, Washington, April 0. Claims to not bo affected, taking It for granted powerful as it is, would be impotent markets at a price low enough to destroy American production and yet 14,000,000 acres of land in Texas the' suit by tho Chcrokco nation is against our coasts. It would bo Impossible for Groat Britain to successnot sufficiently low to benefit the and Oklahoma, Including the cities of valid. fully opcrato against oar coasta or Suit Culled! consumer and from doing It prior to Tulsa and Oklahoma City and practiTulsa, Okla., April 9. Filing of to land troops upon our chores. Of the enactment of a general tariff cally tho entire Burkburnett oil field, was filed In the Supreme Court today suit In tho Supreme Court In behalf course it is obvious that Japan is less law. Passage of a measure providing In behalf of the Cherokee Indian na- of the Cherokee nation to recovor ablo to attack our coasts than is patfourteen million acres of land was Great Britain. for import duties based upon Ameri tion, supported by a government ent issued by President Van Buren characterized as preposterous today "So why havo n Navy?" can and not foreign valuation. and certified as authentic by tho In- Jiy W. Tato Brady, general chairman Permanent tariff revision. of the executive committee of tho Permanent revision of the revenuo terior Department. Tho claim was in the form of a pe- Cherokee nation. laws so as to make the burden of government easier upon the general tition for permission to Intervene in "Tho leaders of tho Cherokees tho Red River oil lands case, an orig- know nothing of such a claim," said taxpayer of the country. -- o inal suit between Texas and Oklaho- Brady. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness ma Involving jurisdiction over tho "The land granted to the Cheroand a general "no account" feeling is valuable oil fields situated along the kees under the Van Buren patent lies to tho cast and north of the city of a sure sign of a torpid liver. Heroine common boundary. The motion was filed by John SI. Tulsa, the southern boundary cutting s the medicine needed. It makes tho liver active, vitalizes the blood, regu- Taylor, a grand nephew of Gen. thru part of tho present city. They lates the bowels and restores a fine Zachary Taylor as attorney for the never had any claim whatover to tho feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Cherokee nation. He said tho patent Red River lands or to territory in the among Burkburnett district. But whntovor Cardai "Did Price GOc. Sold by Ohio County was discovered accidentally m the papers of a deceased chief of the the fact, Taylor Is not authorized to Drug Company. Wonders for Me," tribe. e act on behalf of tho Cherokco naDeclares This Lady. by Tribe. Xot Ordered tion." SUGAR AND SUGARS. The filing of a claim in the United e "I suflcred for a long are familiar with a num- States Supreme Court at Washington Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured Chomlsts lime wilhwomanly weaktoday by Attorney John M. Taylor on by local application!, ai thoy cannot reach ber of different sugars which form th dlieaatd portion of th car. There la ness," says Airs. J. R only one to an Important group of organic com- behalf of the Cherokee Indian nation and that way by acure catarrhal deafneie, Simpson, of 57 Spruce was done without authority of the Catarrhal !Deatneis constitutional remedy. li earned by an Inpounds. Among laymen the term St.,AshevilIe,N.C. "I an-- j flamed condition of the mucoua llnlnc of "sugar" ordinarily refers to the re- tribe, Levi Gritts, of Muskogee, the Eustachian Tube. When thla tube la finally got to the place or Imnounced today. Gritts appointment Inflame! you have a rumbling Itsound uillrely- ., fined product of- sugar cane or sula perfect hearlnr. and where it was an effort for now pending closed, ueameas is tnewhen result, unieaa the gar beets which Is widely used for as chief of tho tribe is me to go. I would liave Inflammation can be reduced and thla tube at Washington. to Ita normal condition, hearlnc restored sweetening. Chemists classify this bearing-dow- n pains in Many caaea had will be destroyed forever. catarrh, which of Gritts declared that tho tribe la deafnesa are cauaed by as sucrose. Another common sweet my side and back cs- surnot employed Taylor, who is a Chero-- 1 an Inflamed condition of the mucoua thru faces, llall'a Catarrh Medicine acts Is dextrose of glucose, prepared ordifor tho the blood on the mucoua surfacea of the veuu) pcciauy severe across my WjM. narily by treating starch with acids. kee. Gritts, recommended system. back, and down in my January to We will give One Kundred Dollars for Lately it has also been obtained by appointment as chief last side there was a great m case Rogers, of Scia-too- any cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot IjM by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cirbe deal of soreness. I was iLA treating sawdust with chemicals. ucccred tho late Chief TOc asserted that before the Chero-kee- s culars free. J. All Drurclsta. CO., Toledo, O. CHENEY ft P. Gluecose is altogether different from YJtm "ervou3 Hid easily lip- - Hbv4 for tho could Institute claim Oe as yet has sucsucrose and no-obo necessary to conReformer It's too bad the way ceeded in converting ono into the property It would right on them Uiru a legis- young girls appear In public with TAKE other. Glucose, however, is a valua- fer this lative act. A bill for this purpose transparent k dresses and ble, nutritive food material, muC House, but was lost In tho short skirts. used in the preparation of tablo si- passed tho Senate at tho last session of ConTolerent Youth But, madam, Evo rups and candles. gress. woro nothing montlonablo, whllo 9& Cherokees recently met hero and women since then wero nevertheless decided to havo tho bill reintroduced. dressed. Included in the property of tho InReformer Exactly! From Evo's dians' claim tho government Illegal- time to tho present tho women wero and Children For Infants y ly took from them Is tho Over In Use Years of tho Missouri Pacific Railroad be- never less dressd. The Tonic t Always tween Coffeovllle, Kansas and Ft. Laura (just married) It's perfectthe Smith. Arkansas. ly wonderful that you should marry LWseM Signature "I heard of Cardul and Indians Status Questioned. pobr little me. Why, I don't feel decided to use it," conIndian fit to tie your shoes. Doubt that tho Cherokee tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I nation can lay claim to more than LASH THIEVES. Hubby They'ro all laced up ond saw shortly it was beneIn Oklaho- securely tied. 14,000,000 acres of land But, to show that I fiting me, so I kept it up Four negroes convicted of robbery ma and Texas as was dono in a peti- appreciate you, you may shine them and it did wonders for Sution filed in tho United Statos woro publicly lashed at tho Wilmingfor mo. me. And since then I In ad- premo Court today, becauso it has no ton, Dol., Jail whippingpost. have been glad to praise NK1SI) OK AXV NAVV. legal status as a nation, XO dition, tho prisoners will servo pe official or Cardul. It is the best The Deloware was oxprossed today by S. P. Free-linriods of confinement. woman's tonic made." attorney general of Oklahoma. Washington, D. C, March 0. Son-atauthorities liollavo fear of tho lash Weak women need a o King of Utah, ranking Democrat Is doing much to rid that state of IIo said, however, it might bo tonic. Thousands and for Individual descendants of on tho Senato Naval Affairs Commitcriminals. That there is truth In this thousands, like Mrs. insertion Is borne out by tho fact that members of tho nation to support the tee, Is uu ardent pacificist. In accord Simpson, have found with his party's past position in opCardul of benefit to'tliem. the samo remedy is proposed for oth- petition. position to preparedness, ho deslros Tho land in question, which Try Cardul for your trouer contors troubled by tho crime tho city of Tulsa and Oklahoma to cut down tho Nuvy. Hero lo his ble.. In London, 13ng., several wav.o. tt argumont, presented in a roport: prlHonors confided to a maslstrato City and practically the entire oil field, has boen patented "WUat U tho reason for tho fevor-Ic- h that it whipping wee lmpo c 1 Instead haute to Imposo upon the Amorl-ca- n of Jail it would do them mcro goJd.H by the Bovornmont since tho Van to Mr. Bureau patent, according people furthor burdens for naval DRUGGISTS Freellng. Ho doallnQd, howover, to armament? "Yes, my daughter 1ia olopeil," Europe is exhausted fi"But I aunpMQ you Mil forglvo tho Interpret tho law to show whether nancially uml othorwlso. Evon the ' young couple." 'he Chorokgo patent doos or doee most olnmpiouB and strident for a "Not until thsy have located n not rank- - the later Issue. powerful Aniorlean navy muit admit place to board." Bo ton Traiibcript. "The people of Oklahoma City and that there Is not a single power of k7cC, at g" BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY r 1 22E anti-dumpi- vara Trw M IK K Suffer? ft - ra M &s I k, rkj low-nec- U mk CASTOR! A For GARDU. Woman's 30 right-of-wa- rS21va$5fe g, or pos-.ibl- Hi es Burk-uurno- P m KS9SMSI I i Inttfv! Indians of less than ono-ha- lt const la recommended In n report 'ill 'v Indian blood nnd to nil competent ffillSiZuuuMijj&St iiiijii mado by a special comnilttco of Indians who hava arrived at tho ago of tho House and Senate LIMIT FOR GERMANY which urgoft an nvlatlon base at Sind years, of any dogrco of TAX COLLECTOR of twenty-onCs--y blood, without filing applications for Point, Washington. Tho Committee says: siioh purpose. Tho object of this 'provision is to mako it posslblo for "Sand Point is a comparatively $15,000,000,000 Io Utmost lovol tract of land bordering upon Z3 HaVe Income, tIl0 ,ndnn who , n(1JmlBe,, compc . 17? IlCiP"1 li.1 -- V tms n; T 1J .. V.': 77 w, trosW'f Vs m. m h km W4 rxa tent to care for himself without suBerlin Can Pay Wilson Rockefeller Leads Lako Washington, just outside of tho pervision. Tho second provides for limits of tho city of Seattle. Tho Tlitf List. Adviser Says. compulsory nttendanco of Indian puarea contemplated for an aviation pils at schools and fixc3 penaitios foe s. baio contalno approximately 400 - '& doreilction of parents or guardians Tho land will requlrp clearing Now York, April 9. Did you know In Washington, April 8. Bernard M. and considerable this respect. There has been a grading. Lako Iho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has two men In tho United States disposition on Raruch, whq wns chnlrinan of tlio Washington Is n body Hint tho part of Indians eviu use for over over 30 years, has borne tho sJgnar. confosscd to tho collector of Internal erywhere to opposo Aiiiorlcaii Reparations Comnilttco at of fresh water and excellently ndapt- education. It " acl has been made under hi ? r- Versailles, tins prepared n statement ed for soaplano work. Sand Point' revenue, "Uig Bill" Edwards, that was shown that tho Indian children """ &uPervJsion since its int their net personal Incomes last year could bo induced to enter school only netting $15,000,000,000 ns tho capital would bo satisfactory as an aviation Allow no one to deceive you in . sum Oormnny la ablo and probably base although tho area is somewhat wero In excess of three million do- with great offort and after urgent acAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc ... llars? willing to pay In reparations. tion on the part of superintendent and Experiments that trifle with und endanger the health limited for both lighter than air acDid j on know that John D. Rocke- teachers. Is known that the vlow express It Congress has provided tho and Children Experience against Erperimt tivities. It Is tho opinion of this cd by Mr. Harucli In this respect re- committee, and It so recommends, feller not only bad a personal income schools and now means to compel presented tho position of high offi- that a naval aviation baso should bo of sixty million dollars, but drew a Poor Lo to attend them. Castoria is a harmless substtutc for Castor Oil, Pavcirfr cials of tho Wilson Administration established in tho Pugct Sound re- check for $38,400,000 and mailed it mm Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. A prudent mother Is always on tho with respect to the capital sum Ger- gion, and that Sand Point Is tho most to tho government as his Income tax It contai neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. T.'B. watch, for symptoms of worms In her many probably would bo nblo to pay deslrablo site avallablo for that pur-po- contribution? age 13 its guarantee. For more than 'thirty years it Soino amazing figures, running children. Paleness, lack of Interest in reparations. her In this region and that It should ooen in constant use for the relief of Constipation". FlatttL This was tho vlow of Norman II. bo selected and acquired. Tho com- closo to tho billion dollar mark, nro in play and peevishness is the signal ' AYiad Colic and Diarrhoea; allayinp, Feverishncss Davis. Undor Secretary of Slato In mittee recommends that at lca.it ono mado public by Edwards thru offi- for White's Cream Vermifuge. A at therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, tho Wilson Administration's closing unit of heavier than air equipment cial reports now in tho hands of tho few doses of this excellent remedy the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Cm r commissioner of Internal revenue at puts an end to tho worms nnd tho day, and who wns one of tho Presi- bo at onco established, at n cost not The Childrca'3 Panacea 1 he Mother's Friend. Washington. child soon nets nautrally. Price 30c dent's principal advisers on econom- to exceed $1,500,000." per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Twenty-eigh- t IIiirq Incomes. ic questions at Paris. Twenty-eiggentlemen admitted, Drug Company. m As Messrs. Davl3 and Uaruch were It scorns, having incomes during 1920 close advisers of Mr. Wilson, it is WORLD MARKETS considered quito probablo that the Bears the Signature of FOR U. S. FARMER of $2,000,000 up, while thirteen oth- REPORT DISEASE, ers said languidly they received bereparations vlows nro generally simaasGSao BOARD DEMANDS ilar to those of the former President, Ktddlck S.tjs IKudiiiK Administration tween a million and a half and two millions. with whom Messrs. Uaruch and Davis Will Itfstflic Confidence Failure or Refusal to Report CommuTho lato II. C. Frlck had $11,250,-00- 0 recently conferred at a dinner to them And Prosperity. nicable DISCIISCH Will gov6rn-moincome and out of it tho given by tho former President at his He Punished. got $7,1GO,000. new resldcnco In .Washington. Washington, D. C, March 0. Demen frolicked about Two other Hursts Ciiiu'i'llutloii of Debts. termination to hold world markets Louisville, April 9. Physicians A significant feature of Mr. for tho farmers of the United States with seven million and a half and must report cases of communicable paid the government $4,800,000. statement Is his declaration and to expedite development In In- each dlscaso by their real name and not Kind You Have that there might bo a conditional can- ternal industry in order to give pur- They were George F. Baker and Wil- as of a less serious or noncommuni-cabl- e TH! CTNTAOn COMPANY, IKWVONK GITV. . cellation of interallied indebtedness chasing power for the farmer's pro- liam Rockefeller. discaso or they will be cited to vsJSSes&SSSSEHEBE Edward S. Harkness and J. Ogden appear and his suggestion of the terms on ducts is stated by Representative before the State F.oard of which this might be done. Carl D. Rlddlclc of Montana, a mem-U- Armour were taxed to the tune of Health and show cause why their li $0,250,000. They paid the govern- censes As ono of tho terms, Mr. Uaruch of the House Committee on Agrishould not bo revoked, Dr. suggests, for Instance, that Instead of culture, nnd tho only real dirt farmer ment a flnt four million each, while T. McCormack, State Health Officer, cancelling outright any part of the In Congress, as among tho chief alms Henry Ford and W. K. Vanderbilt as announced liero today. This rate having well as Edward H. R. Green, tho United of the Harding administration. Urltlah Indebtedness, will apply both whore cases o' Mich the States cancel conditionally "Wide awake and energetic, Eng- each five million dollars on their disease aro reported as CS33 of a year, disposed of amount spent by Great Britain In land is today our greatest competi- hands during tho inncommunlcable disease and where this country for munitions during the tor," said Rlddick. "For tho calen $3,200,000 of It by sending It to the the rases are reported as a disease of liagovernment In the form of a certified war, this sum to bo a demand dar year 1920 her Imports amounted a ies, malignant type, Dr. McCo-mac- k bility without interest and to bo col- to $9,425,154,530, ns compared to chock. ulso said, an J the State Board if Those figures appear as personal lected in case this country becomes $5,279,398,211 for tho United States. The Hartford Republican has made a special rlca.th will ma'ce no distluctbii beIn a future war. Mr. Uaruch Her exports totaled $7,51S,87 1,259 as incomes and do not, of course, repre- - tween physicians who make such false clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial principals that also proposes that tho cancellation agalnst $8,228,759,74S for us. Our sent the staggering reports thru ignorance and those who Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one of indebtedness might bo mado a total merchant mnrlno tonnage last .yield so golden a flow. wish to misrepresent net deliberately for example, Rockefeller's means or leveling preferential tariff Juno amounted to 16.049,000. built year for the low price of facts. up from 4,330,000 in 1914. That of Income was sixty million dollars and barriers. TMs announcement was mad3 by only G per cent Tho dlfforonco betwoen tho figure Great Drltaln is 20.582,000 as com- - this sum represented Dr McCormack In connection v ith of $15,000,000,000 Mr. Uaruch sets pared to 20,523.000 In 1914, showing interest on the principal, the princi- - i.formal notices wi ich the State 13 ablo uoen ono uimuu as the capital sum Gormany thnt since tho nrmistlce sho has bcemPai "sen must nave Board of Health has sent Dr. J. G. and willing to pay, and tho figure of buslly rebuilding. Never halting In dollars. Bowling Green, and Dr. must have Slddens, In like fashion Frlck $21,000,000,000 which the Alllos set offorts to gain world commercial su James C. Morehead, Flat Lick, inas tho capital sum Germany is able premacy, England has tlmelessly and had a capital of $187,500,000 to re- forming them that they must report The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest to pay. Is about $0,000,000,000. silently recuperated all of her ma turn him $11,250,000 in interest. cases of smallpox as smallpox. Theze and best papers in the South and we hope to receive The records announce that twenty-eig- two physicians according to tho StaU' depredations rine losses duo to Interest Is SIU.OOO.HOO.OOO ' many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and of the richest taxpayers aro on this for 42 years during tho war. Wo should be no Tho Interest Health Officer, reported iliness that l seventy-fiv- e scattered. so loss determined to hold the suprema cents cash for both papers. Send in would be about ?12,GOO,000,000 was obviously smallpox as' chlcken-i.o- j. About' fourteen came from Now that It Mr. Ilaruch's figures wero cy we have at present, because It and when the S..te board called your subscription now. Don't delay. one from adopted Germany would pay $C,000,-000,00- 0 moans general prosperity to tho coun- York, two from Delaware, attention to th fact that their Michigan, one from Ohio, two from their try and especially to our farmers. in principal and less were umru pleaded that "While the war temporarily dovast- - Rhode Island, two from Texas and these reports were mado honestly and loss in Intorest spread years, or a total of ed some of the nations engaged in It, fivo from Massachusetts. Lecaiibo they bMtevd tho Illness realoMr forty-tw- o Vincent Astor's Income amounted ly they had been transferred from Use Tho State board LABOR TO START $1S. COO. 000,000 Use In principal and at tho same time it stimulated tho war chickenpo during .1920, and he Amprfpnn ctnnmnr ATrnfo1ln fnrrriT energies of all of them. No matter to $3,750,000 Intorost in that porlod. rcp'ied that, after Investigation, the tax of $2,400,000. INJUNCTION WAR the regulations of tho Bolshertfcf Mr. Baruch's statoment of his what sort of a setback wo may have paid a If.cul health authorities had ruled James A. Stillman, president of these cases were smallro-- and that frontier officials more strict tliaa views on the reparations question and received during tho latter part of the a Wilson administration by tho throw- the National City Dank, as well as In New York, April 9. Organized those of the American officials tjIiishis suggestion that there might be Instances tho decision of the a'l Ryan, Daniel Guggenheim, conditional cancellation of interallied ing out of employment of threo mil- Thomas F. local board of health, In so far as re- lahor In Greater New York today be- - were charged with their deportation. Charles M. Schwab, J. P. Morgan and On their arrival at tho Russian linr- Indebtedness Is given In an article lions of men, it cannot bo denied that porting and quarantining such cases gaij to concentrate its forces to fight Joseph Wldener had an estimated Inthe use of injunctions by employers der the deportees wero doprtrod oC ho has written tor tho May issue of after such governmental Incompetenis concerned, is mado final by law. and paid apd come of $3,500,000, and their money, despite protests, autT la In labor troubles. tho Nation's Business, tho official or- cy tho common-sonslbl- o Harding administration will, proximately $2,400,000 as an Income of Commerce of The Executive Committee of tho return received ration cards entlUIns: gan of the Chamber Tho Best Laxntlvo tax. Central Trades and Labor Council, thorn to food when they reached tts- tho United States which made It pub- with tho enactment of a protective Henry Phlpps, however, and James tariff, glvo that confldcnco which is "My sedentary habits have necessi- representlng approximately 800,000 sla. lic tonight. Jacob H. Schlff and deportees w&o Out of seventy-fiv- e Whether tho evidence as given by the basis of all national prosperity, B. Duke, like Pont, had incomes tated tho uso of an occasional laxa- union workers, at a conference ad- to tho sum he provided a nation has tho resources Pierre S. du Mr. Uaruch relative tive. I have tried many but found dressed by Samuel Gompers, presi- - arrived in Russia from America &lsr excess of $2,500,000 and Chamberlain's dent of tho American Federation of 9th, It Is reported that twenty werethinks Germany ablo to pay and which wo have. Our market is tho slightly in pay over $1,600,-00- 0 nothing better than to represent what best In tho world and if wo do not wero required to which Is known Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, Labor, decided to give Its- entire sup- - executed or Imprisoned as anarchists, as a result. was tho view of tho Wilson Admin- spoil it by bickering over this and Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels Is pro- port to tho movement to fight In the because they had voiced oppoalUeo. Of 178 who had net Incomes of represent tho view that and Just teaso It along by buildprietor of tho Hardwlck Inn, ono of courts against the Issuance of in- -, to the Bolshevikl regiine. istration will also forty-si- x to $1,000,000, $500,000 of tho Harding Administration has ing houses, equipping our railroads, the model hotels of New England, m Junctions forbidding picketing. keeping up our standard of living, made from $750,000 to $1,000,000 While the proposed plans of the not been disclosed. NEGRO PEONS IN GEORGIA and sclllng-t- o oursolves for develop- nnd 132 corralled between $500,000 union leaders wero not mado public Hunting follow WllMm's Idea. and $750,000. It is understood that the best legal C. B. Hughes Secretary of State, ment as well as selling abroad that Tho average tax paid by each perwas counsel possible will be employed and A terrlblo state of things In his note to Germany has declared food which our great competitor, tho country who was subject that tho United States stands with England, has to import along with son in amounted to $254.85 and the brought to light- - on tho Williams' the full resources of the American refeeling to tax plantation in Jasper county, Georgia, Federation of Labor will be placed our cotton, wo shall soon bo tho Allies In holding Gormany i wnr, and therefore hotter. Protection to our farmers average tax rato was 7.08. when tho bodies of 11 negroes who back of tho figit. Appeals also will sponsible for tho . had been killed were found. There be taken to tho United States Supreme obligated to pay to the limit of Ger- In the fullest sense, for upon them "Why Colds nro Dangerous our prosporlty, and tho dehad been rumors for some time that Court In cases where the lower courts many's ability to make reparations. no velopment of world trade for the negroes were being mado to work have rendered adverse decisions. Mr. Hughes has authorized You aro often told to "beware of on certain plantations by armed may bo tho products of our own farms in greater The New York State'Federation of statement as to what why? We will tell you: present Government's view as to the measure than' ever before, are to be a cold," but weakens the lungs, low- guards, under threat of being killed. Labor, it was learned, also will be Every cold The- - federal government had started asked to back the movement, when it sum Germany will bo ablo to pay. mado suro by tho Harding administra i ers tho vitality and paves the way for Investigations and it is thought that meets Thursday in Albany Tho formula laid down by Mr. Hughes tion." . the more serious diseases. People tho negroes were killed in order to dermany Gompers mado no statement Mr. however, to the effect that who contract pneumonia first take remove the evidence of peonage. Wil- after the meeting, except to state that HOUND TO FIND IT. should pay as far as sho la ablo is longer a cold hangs on, liams and his negro helper were ar- labor has plans under way with which cold. The identical with the formula of tho In an engineering works a good tho greater tho danger, especially rested, and on trial Williams was it hopes to meet successfully the Wilson Administration, which also germ diseases, as a cold given a life sentence In prison. court attacks. that Gormany deal of pilfering had been going on. from tho took the' position proprietor spoke to tho foreman, prepares the system for the reception The 4 Tho conference today wan arranged should pay according to Its ability. tho matter, tell- and development of the germs of conSTEEL EARNINGS CLIMB. by Benjamin Schlesinger, president M,r. Hughes, however, In his note an Irishman, about any suspicions sumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever of tho International Ladies' Garment to Germany 'did suggest that tho ing him that if ho had I have telephones and sop-pli- es reopen negotia- ho was to search the men before they and whooping cough. The quicker Tho net earnings of the U. S. Steel Workers' Union, who went to WashGerman Government you get rid of your cold, tho less Corp last year were over $185,000,-00- 0 ington and called President Gompers' in stock. Make spetions with tho Allies on a now basis, loft. Ono evening Pat had occasion to do tho danger of contracting one of these an increase of nearly $33,000,000 attention to the series of injunctions and exprosser tho hope that such netelling diseases. Chamberlain's Cough Rem- over the previous year. This 1b the which have been obtained from New cialty of repair work. gotiations once resumed, might lead this, and while in the act of cure profit shown after deducting which will tho men to take their coats off the edy has a great reputation an a York and Kings County courts pre- you need Wire, Brackets, to a "prompt settlement for colda and can be depended upon. proprietor came by. federal taxes. venting picketing by various organi- Pins, Spools, Insulators Insamo time satisfy the Just at tho ni 4-- " "Well, Pat, what Is missing now?" It Is pleasant to tako. permit Gerzations In tho needle trades. lie claims of the Allies and JURY DRINKS; ACQUITS SIAN. pointed out the danger that all strike sulated Wire, Lightning- Armany hopefully o ronow Its produ- ho asked. "A wheelbarrow, sir," was the IrINDIANS TO RE HELPED activity of New York labor organiza- resters, Switches, or any paxfc cts eactlvltles." A Jury in tho Dade county, Fla., tion would be forbidden by orders of ishman's answer". Pittsburg Chronl-cl- o for a telephone, call, wzilai Tolegraph. Washington, D. C, March Benefi- court wero permitted to sample li- Supreme Court Justices. m changes in the atitude of tho quor seized in the private car of Haror phone me. A few second? cial FOR FLETCHER'S "Did you buy that $90 hat you Government toward the Indians are ry S. Black, Now York millionaire, KEDS OUSTKI) IIY U. S. hand 'phones in stock. MuEXECUTED IN RUSSIA wore raving over?" urged by Chairman Homer P. Snyder, near Miami and they acquitted him. tual phone No. 1. "Yes". of tho House Commlttoo on Indian Tho defense argued that Black did Riga Letvla April 8. Russian not know the liquor was aboard his your husband think of Affairs. "What did aiOUK NAVAL PROTECTION Tho first of these Is tho removal car. The whisky was tasted to de- radicals deported from tho Unltt'd it?" "Why er he raved over it, too." of restrictions and the issuanco of termine whether or not it was lntox- - States, who arrived at Llbau April Washington, D. C., March 12. 5 aboard the steamer Tbor, to which Beaver Dam, Ky.. Doston Globe. certificates of competency to all al- - I lcatlng. Hotter naval protection for the Pacif- BAHUCII ANNOUNCES ' Ic mini ntit ny nu o W00,000 , WSSSSSSSM atan 1 wii ffeli rt LJIuzs&TsTTir Children for Flotcfaer's ac-ro- I Hmmmm LI I Just-us-go- psi - H wall-protect- .. What is C ASTORIA so -- . ht Gmmm CASTORS A always: nt Ila-ruc- le Use For Over 38 The fears Always Bought :XCXXZTC or a ed " ht - hard-heade- Telephones ds No Need to Wait a If $37,-500,0- 00 Children Ory Q A S TO R W W. G. Mufftt fnwtvr'Mi' I illation nro In mourning for tho do parted, former Kaiserln and Queen, STRAY STREAKS who died at Doom, Holland on tho 11th. The proposition to return tho (By Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY body to Post dam, Germany for burial has met with considerable objections Incorporated Wo get tarnation tired of follei from thoie who fear the occasion may romlndlng us of the ISth amendment be taken advantage of to Mir up tho W. S. T1NSLEY, Editor feeling thruout tho Wo had almost forgotten Just what old monarchist nnd Ilinincfvt Maunder. It was oil about and along eoiiif former Empire. John Henry, a opening up uv the old Entered according to law nt tho wound again, for tho dozenth time Most of the experts, high finanFostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall Blatter of tbo second class. big politicians keep telling ciers and And ogaln: J. Henry chlrups us that and steato diness, for normal business condi- something about getting our Job hrre Address all communications when wo die with old ngc. When The Hartford Republican. tions Is just round tho corner. Wo wo .aro gone, If It's old ago that In fact wo are hope they are right, causes us to go hence, Thomas will NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS sure thnt they arc, but we would feel "17 WATERLOO, BOY iiioro'n llkdly bo forgotten by all, Subscribers desiring the paper sent a bit hotter If a barrier wero erect the then older residents. Of 2o a new address must glvo tbo olil ed in front so that those In pursuit course ho lis, probably ho mddrcss In making the request. could gain n half block now and then Business Locals and Notices 10c will, caiuo wo may pass out from d daylight. on the por line, and 8c par lino for each ad overwork, while ho will probably bo flltlonnl Insertion. In other Words Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards The Federation of Central Ameri- well preserved. Df Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for ca, composed Salvador, Honduras John ought to bo a pretty good old of each head line and slgnautro, money and Guatemala Is a new power to boss. (n advance. Church Notices for services free, the South of us. It is confidently Tho clean-u- p bat other advertisements, lc por believed that the Federation is soon folks held their dem.word. by Nicaragua and Ctnta onstration Wednesday In front of our will to bo Joined Anonymous communications Rica, nnd perhaps Panama will go office nnd our wife canio down town receive no attention. In later. The Federation of these that afternoon and kept us In the Latin American States will bring to- basement, she said to keep the comTELEPHONES gether, in union, several million, who mittee from getting bold of us. I 59 Farmers Mutual have for years been forced to main don't know Just what they could have 123 Cumberland tain armies chiefly to protect them- wanted with us, ns they know wo selves, one against the other. When can't speak or nuthln. APRIL 15 the new Federated States get to going JUUDAY Original offering to you Boy, Captain White nnd Eck Rial went good Centrnl America should a'.'nw believe selected to the world as stable conditions as to the bottoms Wednesdny and ANNOUNCEMENTS on dependable economical p till after nil clean-udemonfound anywhere. strations had thoroughly subsided. For County nnd District Who Is the Nation and who plightPoints of Merit on Which Our Judgment Is Based: Wo got a shave and shino WednesOffices. ed the word of the Nation that the PAST PERFORMANCE ..The Waterloo Boy SIMPLE .. Every part is easy to get nt and easy United States of America, would rati- day and to our chagrin (and to thclr's has been a success on farms for five years. In to adjust or repair. It doesn't require n tracto announce fy, approve and enter the League of too) when we started to pay Belcher We aro authorized no way is it an experiment. tor expert to keep the Waterloo Boy in good tho candidacy of the following citi- Nations as made and handed down and Genus, we didn't have as much working order. The crank case cover, the Inzens, subject to tho action of the Re- from Versailles? To a ECONOMICAL .. It is a three plow tractor-m- ost d man, as a nickel In our Jeans to save our spection plate, the upper half of gear case can economical nnd practical size to use-b- urns publican party in the primary election or one up a tree, It looks like after lives and when wo announced the nil be removed for the purpose of inspection kerosene perfectly without destroying: 'or repair the operator can work from a standAugust C, 1921: the repudiation of 191S, emphasiz fact, 'Genus philosophically and sorlubricating oil. Its special, patented inbuilt ing position. man or manifold converts every drop of kerosene into ed and made ten fold stronger In rowfully says "The clean-u- p pure gas cylinders arc not carbonized spark DURABLE ., Its d somebody's done hit you, hain't ho?" For Representative. e steel cut gears; plighter of the 1920, of the would-bplugs are not fouled. The perfect burning of its force and sight feed oiling system; its 11 IRA JONES Arnold. word of the Nation, that the U. S. kerosene saves the owner of the Waterloo Boy sets of Hyatt Roller bearings nt atl important W. II. BAIZE Hartford. Frank Lowe, can lor on Route -would without quibbling accept tho many dollars every year in cost of fuel and bearing points and Its simple, powerful care of motor. League, ought to be the law of the says ho is mighty glad that Postmasmotor combined with uniformly high Grade construction throughout, result in a For Circuit Clerk: land, for tho present, at least. That ter General Hays, has ordered that POWERFUL .. The two cylinders, with big bore tractor that has given nnd will give many years FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2 question was fairly fought out last all of the most essential postal emand long stroke, furnish a guaranteed power of dependable and economical service. V. A. MATTHEWS of 12 H. P. at the draw bar and 25 H. P. at ployees carry a big gun while on dutj Fordsvllle. fail, rendered tho tho verdict the belt, with ample reserve for emergencies. FOR ALL FARM WORK .. You can depend O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. as he will now get himself a plsto-- i d evmost overwhelming nnd The Waterloo Boy pulls three plows under alUpon the Waterloo Boy in nil farm power work, er uttered by the American freemen about a foot and a half long with a most any field condition. Hyatt roller bearlip to its high rated capacity. It is just as satFor County Judge: ings at all important bearing points conserve on any national or international bore you can stick your thumb in isfactory in operating belt machines threshers, fullpower. Weight of the tractor is sufficient MACK COOK Hartford. any of those bandits out on shelters, ensilage cutters, hay balers, etc. as and If question. to insure good traction for drive wheels. it is in putting tractor implements of all kinds. WINSON SMITH Select. his route attempt to hold him up for W. S. DEAN Dundee. President Harding delivered his tho purpose of robbing him of the V7e Want You to See the Waterloo message to Congress Tuesday In per- Sears & Roebuck catalogs he will the Next Time You Arc in Town For County Attorney. son, the address requiring about an pump all the daylight there is hi OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. time! for delivery, occupying Coalbank hollow thru them. hour's approximately six columns in the avFor Sheriff. Why is it thusly? The river is alerage dally paper, too lengthy to rer-m- lt FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY GEORGE P. JONES Beda. of our reproducing It In this .Is- ways muddiest and the current Is the JAKE WILSON, MniiiiKi'r G. A. RALPH Hartford. sue. It covered a varied scopn of strongest and the wind blows the B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. the most impiotant questions con- hardest and longest about fishin time CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. fronting tho Nation of today. One on Sundays. Whatdusay, tell me. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. varagraph struck us as beinf nearer PUBLIC SALE. CICERO CROWDER Select. tho point and ot jioro vital i tore.it I will offer for sale at the late resiT. H. BLACK Hartford. to the people in general than any MALIN D. HEFLIN Centertown. other therein, which was as follows: dence of Mrs. M. E. Laws, Hartford, "First In mind must be the solution Route 1, Saturday April 23, 1921, all They aro very popular young people For County Clerk: of our problems at home, even tho of tho personal property of Mrs. M. and their many friends extend to ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver some phases of them arc inseparably E. Laws, deceased, consisting of them many good wishes. Dam. linked with our foreign relations. household and kitchen furniture, Dr. M. M. .Dexter and Miss Ida ISOM MITCHELL Live Stock, Matthews surprised their Bell's Run. The surest procedure in every gov- farming Implements, jnany SEP" T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. ernment is to first put Its own houso Wagon, Buggy, Harness, etc. friends here by going to Rockport, U. S. CARSON, Admr.. MODE SCIIROADER N. Roslne. In order." Ind., last Monday and getting marri42t2 Estate Mrs. M. E. Laws, dee'd. ed. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. m E. G. BARRASS Hartford. .SULPHUR SPRINGS. Rev. E. L. Howerton, State EvanLIVIA, ROUTE 2. M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. gelist, preached at the Baptist church JAMES A. TATE Hartford. Wheat Is making such a rank Monday night. Rev. Ferrell spoke at Mt. Camel here last M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. growth that a late freeze such as wo W. V. Crowe, of Owensboro, visit Saturday night, on the seventy-fiv- e sometimes have is liable to spoil our ed his nephew and niece. Dr. S. W. For Jailer: prospects for biscuit and send the Million Campaign. Crowe and wife hero last week. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Dodson tpent CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. price of flour soaring. But let us Mrs. A. B. Rowo, who has been WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. hope that the freezes are over and Saturday and Sunday with the lat- very sick for some tlmo has improvparents, Mr. and Mrs. William JOHN T. KING Hartford. if the one Sunday night didn't finish ter's ed. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. maybe wo will have enough King, near Whltesvllle. the fruit Mr. Commodore Westerfield went BARNETT L. TINSLEY Hartleft for home use anyway. IX MEMORY ford R. F. D. No. G. came to Owensboro Saturday and purchasA Mr. Wado from Clear Run, JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, over to Jingo a few days ago and ed some new furniture. By Edward Hoover. Mr. I. S. Mason is 111 at this time. Route 1. traded Earl Cox a span of mules for Mrs. G. L. French and daughters, In tho far off fields of shell-tor- n NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry a span of good horses. As this Is France, spent Sunday with Earl's first experience In horse deal- Flora and Eula, Where many of our brave boys lie, Mrs. Hannah Taylor. For Tax Commissioner ing ho may have some regrets comMrs. Allio Wigskiton is spending a Wo are thinking today of a certain D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. ing but if it don't prove out all right ono 'G. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. he had better take lessons from Ches- few days with Irr son, Mr. Clyde Who was tho first to die. Wigglntoa, of Central City. ROY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. ter Roach. Mrs. Carl Bell and daughter, Edna A. D. Miller took a load of tobacEasily adjusted to any weight driver. The Reed, were in Owensboro Tuesday. In the sacred soil whero his body was For Magistrate, co to Owensboro Monday, returning laid, Best Cultivator on the market. (District No. 1) Tuesday night. While he thinks1 he CENTERTOWN. Beneath France's opal skies, J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2. did very well ho reports the market Our throbbing hearts reach out to We also have a complete line of Disc Harrows, Corn PlantJ. A. DOLING Upper East Hart considerably off from last week's Prof. Hendricks, of Sacramento, ers, Plows and other Farming Implements of the beat4 him, ford. prices. Better be safe than sorry is teaching a class in vocal music at Who in peace and slumber lies. . quality and make. (District No. 2.) this time boys, and raise moro corn, the M, E, Church, here. ' W. C. KNOTT Centertown. potatoes and sorghum, so if you canS. M. Dexter and J. E. Grant were In the walks of life ho used to tread, (District No. 3) not sell you can eat. In Owensboro, last Monday, on bmd- - J There's a break In tho ranks wo can i N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. his action, grandfather ness. From see. O. E. SCOTT Prentiss. Brown is having some queer notions. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mrs. V, P. Brown Is very 111, of And we can never find one to take ' Q. B. BROWN Simmons. He attends Sundny School regular troubles Incident to old age. his place, PELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. and is sprucing up like a young man J. L, E. Gleger, who has been qulto Tho' wo search from sea to sea. (District No, 4.) and has the sweetest smiles for1 the 111 of brlght's- disease, Is thought to ' ( J.1 W. CHEEK Asklns. i glrjs In general and for one in parti- be better at this writing. So that Phantom Army goes silently (District No. 6.) cular. So if anything should happen Mrs. Alva Bean also Mrs. Earl on, ' J. A. EDGE Dundee don't bo surprised nor fall In a faint, Tlchenor went to Hartford Monday, And he Is taking tho lead BUEL lillDKIFF Hartford. R. 6. for all will como out alright. Tho greedy hand of flro seizes some home, barn or store. ' to visit relatives. !To a greater world andta greater life, MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. 0. M. Bishop and wifo and Mrs. For his duty was well dono Indeed. (Dlstrclt No.i7.) SATURDAY SPECIAL. S. M. .Dexter, wont to Louisville MonJ. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. 24 ,1b Snow Flake Flour, $1.30, day. Wo mourn tho loss of a lad like htm, J. N. LOGSDON Rosne. Is It adequately INSURED? barrel $9.75 Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? G. B. Stearman and wife, of Gra- Our Country needs men of his style, 24 lb. Grayson Lily, $1.36, barrel ham, aro visiting relatives here. But he served his people and served Every flro brings costly interruptions, By call of the President, Congress 10.2B. Miss Katio Bollo Duncan, of Bow- them well jnet Monday at the Nation's Capitol, danger and Inconvenience, that can 24 lb. Ballard Obollsk, $1.50, ,bar-lin- g guest And has traveled his lost long mile. Green, was tho week-en- d in special session, and It ought to rel $11.50. of friends bore. , not bo measured la dollars and cents. provo one of extraordinary Impor24 lb. Quoen, $1.50, barrel $11.50. Misses Mary James and Mary Ethel No greater deed can evor be dono, tance. Porhaps there Is moro that Old style Clean Easy Soap 5c bar Everloy; of Island, visited relatives Tho honor Is for men such as he, Co.; ought to be undono than there Is to 5 cakes Grandma Soan .35c here tbo first of tho week. For tho lovo of n mother his Country be dono, hut between the two, tho Oat Meal . I0o Miss Margaret llontoii visited her and all furnishes Insurance of tho highest grade. Consult our agency. legislative body Is apt to be kept In 2 15c Post Tosties .'. 25c cousin, Mrs. Chester Tlchenor, at Ho died tor liberty. busy ssslon until tho fall of frost next 3 cans 20c poas 50c last weok. Noto: Tribute to James B. Grcsh-aautumn. 2 cans 15c peas 25c Isaac Ashby, of this place and Miss of Evausvlllo, hid. Flrs Ameri10 lbs. Navy- Beans COc Agnus Duncan, of Bowling Green, can Soldier killed In action Nov. 3, Hartford, Ky. AJarge portion of the German pop- WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. wero married last Friday ovenlng. 1917, near Sommorvlllo, Fraucu (The Hartford Republican I An I Addition to Our Line ht ox-co- pt WtwliBfe' L may-outllv- fleet-foote- WATERLOO BOY The Original Kerosene Tractor and Burning Tractor, we In Kerosene the Waterloo the we have the most practical, farm tractor the market. one-eye- heat-treate- one-side- BoyCome In WE SELL The Oliver shovel Cultivator ACTON BROTHERS - , 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. How About Your Property? .... The Continental Insurance PARKS 4 YEISER k, - K. Hooslor Ono and Two-roat W. E. ELLIS & BROS.' Mr Rowan Holbrook was In Planters 40tlicnsboro Wednesday, on business I Ow- - tmzxmimmmr it New Millinery Almost every day adds to our Millinery Department something new, and this week, as usual, we are placing on sale some extraordinary values in the very latest creations in headwear. Call and see them. Glad to show ' you. . Mrs. M. T. Mkons, Blanton Ellis! Mrs. Laura Stevens, of Louisville, was tho guest of friends In Hartford, and Wnltor Parks, City, wero In Ow elisboro Wednesday. last week. Dr. J. II. Tappan roturned WednesBest high patent flour, 21 lb. lng, $1.30, 48 lb bag, $2.fi5, 'nrrqj $10. day from Loulsvlllo where he had bcon lnco tho previous Friday. W. E. ELLIS ft BRO. COOPER BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. We invite you to come to our place of businejw tcr see our nice assortment of Spring Goods. We hsrra. new merchandise coming in eveiy day. We have iz full line of Paigs, Curtains, Draperies, Silks, Mescalines, Crepe de Chine, Woolen Goods, White and? Wash Goods, Footwear, Hosiery and Underwear;. We have a complete line of women's and meix spring clothes here, and at less money than, you wIB. pay elsewhere. Mrs. Francis Shnvar, after the wlntor with Mrs. K. T. liams, City, has returned to Wil- hern quite 111 of kidney trouble was reported ns Improved yesterday Mr. C. A. Hudson, who lis ' J. E. MItohell, of Dundee, who has Mr. II. C. Wortham, representing tho Louisville Herald, circulation de- been finite 111 for the pmt threo wook partment, waB In Hartford Wednes In recovering and will bo out In a few days. day. Mrs. Thomas Hlgdon, who recently Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Dlihop, and Mrs. S. M. Dexter, of Centertown, spent scvoral days with her mother, woro In Loulsvlllo tho first of this Mrs. W. S. Wheeler at Sunnydalo, New Slippers Not only your head, but your feet must share ' alike, if you are daintily clad. We have all the new Slippers in Kid, Suede, Calf stock both Straps, Pumps and Oxfords. Colors, browns and blacks. Prices ranging from wcok. Hoyt L. Taylor, who Is In tho Gov- has returned home. Mr and Mrs. C. F. Frazc, of Fords-vlll- o, were tho guests of Mr. J. F, spent tho week end here with Mrs. Allen and family, Beaver Dam, from Friday until Monday. Taylor. ernment service, Washington, D. C, $4.00 to $10.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Westerfield reMrs. Harvey Tlchenor and Mrs. Will Ulnlr, of tho Goshen community, turned Tuesday, from Owensboro, wero guests Monday ot Mrs. Step where they had gone to have their little son's tonsils removed. Sosh, City. Attorney M. L. Heavrln, accompaMiss Emllio Pendleton and little brother, Eugene Ranks, City, spent nied by Mrs. Heavrln, went to Ow- New Voiles We are sure you will want one when you see the wide range of patterns more beautiful than last season's patterns and much lower in price. Call and see them. tho week-en- d with friends and relatives In Owensboro. RIloy, ensboro Tuesday, on legal business They will likely return tomorrow. Mrs. W. C. Blankbnshlp will reJohn C, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. B spent the week-en- d In Ow- turn to her heme here today, from ensboro, the guest of his aunts, Herrln, 111., where she has spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Noble Misses Hcttle and Ruth Riley. Women's and Misses Dresses from $I5tb.$3?Sr Women's Coat Suits at .$25 to $3CR Women's Spring Coats $12 la S2S Boys' Suits from '.$5 to.&lS Boys' Oxfords from $3.50 to SwLSEk, Men's Oxfords from $5 to. $HSd A large assortment of Men's Shirts from $2.50 to 7.5 Men's and Boys' Caps from $1.50 to. $2Js Men's Hats from $3.50 to 5JKk McCall Patterns carried in stock, and courteous salesladies to assist you in your selections. JZC9Q S' The Taylor and Mr. Taylor. FOR SALE Beds, Dresser, Wash Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook wont Stands, Tables, Chairs, Rugs, Stovcj 41,tf to Owensboro yesterday to visit relaand They Mrs. MARY E. TAYLOR HUDSON, tives and do some shopping. will also visit relatives In Masonvllle before returning Mrs. Walter Greop, of Tuscaloosa, and Whltesvlllo Alabama, is spending a Couple of homo next week. weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wedding, who has bean Thad llarnard, of Route 2, Hartford spending several weeks hero with hi Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith, Liver-mor- e, mother, Mrs. Minnie W. Lee, will rereturned home Sunday, after turn to Bowling Green tomorrow, to spending soveral days with Mr. and resume his studies in the business Mrs. J. S. McMurtrle, of near town. university of that place. Side-boar- We have in our Millinery Department a collec- tion of beautiful Spring Hats. We have a full line of furniture. , When you are in town, be sure and come fxs--. Make our store your headquarters. We will be glaiL to show you our merchandise and it places yoiLund&r no obligation to buy. If at any time we can render you any service, don't hesitate to call on us. ' Hartford Republican . Altorilcy " ,c- - Mart;n Lexington ypsteiday, on nt t0 riun.YY,. .ai'kiij in Shingles! Shingles! Shingles! Sea 40(4 W. E. UL.L1S & BItO. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS I Lonard's Seed 42t3 In bulk at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. Mack Daniel, City Is up again, at- Mr. Henry Leach was In Owens- tor a rather hard attack ot pneu- boro Sunday. iiuonla, Corn and Timotliy hay for sale. Highest Cash Pries paid for eggs O. T. BURNS. 30t4 and paultry. In Mr. J. W. Cheek, or Asklns, was town Monday. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. JHss Volarla Wade, of McIIcnry, Is "dlng the week with friends in Furniture and Quecnsware. 42tf Owensboro. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. J. Attorney W. II. Barnes wont to Wqdnesday. Garden seeds of all kinds at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. 42t3 Miss Helen Darnett went to Owens borb, Saturday, returning Sunday. Seo us for all kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. W.' E. ELLIS & BRO. ' Mrs. Gooclell Wooten, of Route 2. with friends jn spent tho week-en- d Owensboro. X Wo have field fence, rabbit, poultry 42tf and barbed wlrd fence . ....... ii UWJU ittiiu Mn ..rf W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 'kins,' of Route 2, a fine girl, Frjday r IU .HI it- ,,i i T?nv Hnw- -' r. last. ; ; Mr. Jesso Dyers, of Route 1, Horse Branch, was In Hartford Monday, on In "business Mr. and Mrs. wTlt. Carson, of wero callers at this office, while town last Saturday. Be-d- a, - I Selected Eggs from my fine BarThe resiS. Bennett, ot Louisville. TAYLPR. OYIIAM J Dr. J". R. Plrtle, City, went 'to dence Is to be occupied by Mr. Ben- red 'Rocks as follows: " Wednesday to attend tho nett's father, Mr. W. G. Benriett and Pen No. 1 $3.00 for 15; $5.90 Mr. Henry s! Selbort and son, Iko, Louisville daughter on their return here from for 30. were here tho first of Kentucky State Denial Association.' Owensboro, Pen No.' 1 $1.50 for 15; $3.00 for Florida, where they have been this week. nure Spreader. The prlco is right. Mr. Ouy Payton, ot Route W. E. ELLIS & BRO. town Saturday, on 40. I ver Dam, was in -- t ' i business. ' , A. C. Porter, Circuit Court Clerk, Mr. J. Swifts Premium was In Owensboro Monday and TuesCO pound can day of this week, on business. residence Pure Lard, ?8.25. 3, Bea. j Wo have one Low Corn King Ma- The Juniors of Beavor Dam High School entertained the Seniors last Wednesday evening with a party, to , meet "Cousin Bob," who didn't exist. Before the evening was over the guests discovered that it was April Mrs. E. E. Brown, of Llvermore, and they wero the "fools." Noto Received last week too lnle who formerly resided In Hartford, for publication. and who was operated on last week, Is roported to be making rapid Mrs. D. L. Roberson, of Columbia, S. C, was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lula F. Coppage, and her cousin, Mrs. Thad Uarnard, of Route 2, Hartford, Otto C. Martin and Mr. Martin, fell from a barn loft one day last Thursday and Friday of last week. week sustaining broken bones in both Mrs. Roberson went from this place to Leitchfield, her former home, wrists. where she will make an extended vis-- It with relatives and friends. Mrs. L. W. Smith, who has been o the guest of Mrs. C. G. Baxter, of near CERALVO. Beaver Dam, during the past fivo weeks, returned Saturday to her Mrs. Ora Chinn and llttlo daughhome in Henderson. ter, Grace Truman, have returned to after and llttlo their homo at Hopklnsville, Mrs. A. W. Bennett daughter, Nancy Ellen, of Sherman, spending several days with her sisTexas, arrived in Hartford, Tues- ter, Mrs. J. M. Carter. Several from here attended the day, for an extended visit wl(h urprlso birthday dinner given in hon friends and relatives. or of Mrs. Clarion Heflln, on April 11. Mrs. Ida Barnard and children are Mr. E. G. Schroatcr, who has been In tho South during the winter, en- visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. gaged In his profession, photography, P. Lambert, ot Horse Branch. Mr. C. B. Everly was in Hartford returned some days ago, and will Monday, spend several days with his family. Mrs. P. LI Wood was the guest of the her daughter, Mrs. Richard Danks, James S. C. White Leghorns by of Nelson, last week. egg machines. Flock headed Mrs. Dora Bryant and children "Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 per 1C; $G,00 per DO; $10.00 per 100. havo returned to their home at IsMRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, land after spending several days w!th Centertown, Ky. her sister, Mrs. C. P. Morris. Mr. Ab Hill, who, has been right F. Wilson and daughter, sick is better, at this writing. Mr. J. Misses Ora ,and Cara Everly are Mrs. J. H. Cross, who formerly renear Horse Branch, but for visiting Misses Mary and Grace Stasided some years residents ot Stillwater, ples, of Nelson. Mrs. Vernon Evorley and children, Okla., spent last week end In Hartford, the guests ot Mrs. Florence Al- ot Kimbley Mines are visiting rela' , tives here. len and other rolatlves. J Mr. Gross Schroader, City, went to Louisville tho first of this week, where he will spend some time with his brother, Attorney D. D. Schroa der. COOPER BROS., Beaver Dam, Ky. if-- In Th Race AsraioJ 1m Year M We announce for the consideration of the Men Women of Ohio county, the following. We are and handling the following lines that were handled hxr E. P. Barnes &Bro: 1 Oliver Farm Implements 0. K. and Majestic Stoves Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Furniture and Queensware These lines have been added for the accommodaticasL of our friends, and are in addition to the lines carried by us heretofore. We want you to make our store your headquarters when in town, and we will take, pleasure in showing you what we have, whether yam buy or not. We are at your service, usq us. , W. O'Bannbn has sold his on Clay Street to Hon. A. EGGS! EGGS! J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS BEAVER DAM, KY, Corner Main Street. ' ' Both Pfionesi. i I Z' Large lot prices on application. Public Sale Every Second and The. early hatch pays tho best. co.iwop; 'Pi9)jnsVo yrdnesday' JNO. B. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. Fourth Saturday In each month, we on business. will hold a Public Sale at tho CourtOliver Chilled and Vulcan Chilled house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring McbowelVArFogfoVoVihe Herald, trip to Louisville, Plows and repairs. Seo us, we can In anything you hvo to se.ll and wo made a business 404 will find you a buyer. save you money, ' 1 lastj Friday. i . W. E.' ELLIS & BRO. PARKS & YEISER, Hartford, Ky. ... Mri, Arthur Coach, of, Qraiihu vis-- r Mrs1. William Leach, of Prentiss, Charlie Ued his fatner, Mr. Painting will return to her homo today, after Mrs. John B. Wilson and Mrs. S. O. Jond family,' her Sunday, spending a week hore, tho guest of Keown, City, will leave Monday for Inside and Out ' Loulsvlllo, to be In attendance ot the Mri W. T.: Woodward is erepting a Mrs. P. B. Taylor and Mr. Taylor. K. E. A,, which convenes in that City See me resldenco on his lot In the East HurtMisses Kathleen Tlchenor, 19 to 22, .They will go to Lexing,ford" ,AiUlltl6n, on tho plko.' , Ralph and Myrtlo Carter, ot ton boforo returning, Mrs. Wilson to J. C. CASEBIER, ihn TTIcrh Rrhnnl. ... .. niimit tho weak and visit her son, John Allen and Mrs.. ... ...... i Hercules and Delker Buggies'. Hartford, Ky. with Miss Tlchenor's parents, near Keown to visit her son, Mr. Gllmore .i. .T! D. WILLIAMS & SONS, ' Keown and Mrs. Keown. 42tt, S 'Corner Main, St. Beavor Dam. J Contertown. i Ml,Mr. Carson & ' i Afrcariftn!' Misses Margaret King and Gertrude Schtommor, City, spent tho week-en- d In Owensboro, with friends and 30. i DO IT NOW? I , ' At Greatly Reduced Prices. Flooring, Ceiling, Sheeting, Laths, WeatherboardTiig&v Shingles, Finishing Boards, Molding, Metal andF Roofing, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints. Wilto us for price. JAKK WIKSO.V, Miiiinger. Wo make piompt MiipinoutK. LUMBER ' FORDSVILLE PLANING MJLL COMPANT .- v .i4WT . FARM DEPARTMENT. JJKrks Toronto Rnuco Is u Good feed added, this lntter ed In quantity from KnpH'r DWi be cheapest now, ty of fresh, clean water should Eggs nro at their supplied, nnd B per cent of flno grit and now nnd appetizing ways of premay bo added to tho paring them add variety to the menu. or sharp sand n hopper beforo tho feed or kept in Hero la n reclpo 'recommended by the Experimental Kitchen of the United goslings. After two or thrco wooks, if tho States Department of Agriculture: good grass range, pulp and Juice (put "oallnirs havo a 2 cups tomato they will need only ono light feed thru a Blevc.) dally of a ninsh made up of 2 parts 2 tablespoons butter. shorts and 1 part of corn meal or 3 tablespoons flour. ground oats or ground barley. After celery salt. teaspoon they nro 0 weeks old, If they still teagpoon pepper. need extra feed, change tho mash to teaspoons salt. 1 equal parts shorts, corn meal, and Make a sauco of the ingredients, 5 per cent meat sauco In n baking ground oats, with of the rut one-ha- lf scrap. Where tho pasture Is good, dish, break six eggs, ono at a tlrao, many goslings are raised from the Into a saucer and slide each egg into time they nro 2 or thrcp weeks old tho sauce, taking caro not to break to fattening time without ally grain remaining the yolk. Cover with tho feed, but tho addition of a mnsh as sauco and sprinkle 3 tablespoons of top. Put In , described above is an advantage at nil .grated cheese over tho times. tho ovon and baKo until me eggs am bread or j?ct. Serve hot on toasted Slimmer Care of Heaters. with boiled rico. There Is danger of rust when a stovo or furnlco stands unused for Caro Given Chicks In May Spells somo time. Smokeplpes should bo Profits In Pall down in tho spring, cleaned, "Where good .breeding stock Is used taken doors given the hen and stored in a dry place. The and reasonable caro is should be left open to keep the inhatches may or incubator, good-size- d dry. A lump of unslacked Tcasonably bo expected. Tho size of terior llmo on tho grate will collect the iho flock in the fall, however, prevent rust, home pretty largely on tho attention moisture and thus economic specialists in United States Blvcn the chicks during the first oix say. Department of Agriculture weeks of their existence. er the boiler of a steam or Tho following suggestions for their Leave water up heater filled with caro during this period are given by valve, during tho sumspecialists of United States to the safety poultry mer. Department of Agriculture: Start the brooder n day or two beGives fore putting In the chicks to see that Proper I'liintliiR of Pens Supply. heating apparatus is working tho In planting garden peas first preproperly. lamps should be cleaned pare the soil the same as for other Brooder crops, then scatter a little fertilizer every day. should bo kept of each where the row is to be planted and A record stretch liatch, showing the date set, number rnkn this into the soil. Nextwith the of eggs, number tested out a line and make a deep mark and kind corner of tho hoe. The bottom of and the chickens hatched. chicks occasionally this mark should be at least 3 Inches Powder the across so that the seed can be spread during the first eight weeks. not receive feed un- somewhat and not crowded too closeChicks should sed in this til they are 36 hours old.chicks are ly together. or Scatter theto the foot, 20 secd3 10 to 13 furrow 15 In cold weather deep and 3 sufficient for one hen, while in warm- thpn cover about Inches the seed 20 can be cared for slightly firm the soil over er weather 15 to ' with the back of the hpe. About successfully. bechicks as soon as two weeks will generally elapse the k one foro the sprout appears above the they arc hatched. This enables ground. to tell their age3 later. At least three, and preferably four, mix chicks of different ages. Never the chicks plantings should be made at InterConfine the hen until vals of two weeks liTorder to keep up are weaned. and chicks should a continuous supply. The coop for hen There is nothing particularly difhe well ventilated, easy to clean, and proportions to Insure ficult about the cultivation of peas of sufficient just keep them well hoed and propercomfort. pullet is the one ly trained upon tho brush or wire Tho early hatched off tho ground. that begins to lay early in the fall, trclll3 to keep them all gathered the price. -After the peas are when eggs are high in can be removed and The cockerel that can be marketed vines and trclli3 or April brings the ground planted to late potatoes as a broiler in March snap beans, or any more money than tho ono marketed late turnips, late crop that it is desired to grow durin June. fall months. Turkey Hen Is Unsurpassed As Moth- ing the late summer or er for Poults. n Record One In Por poults the turkey hen Is tho Pulton County Is liaising. found. She best mother than can bo Lexington, April 9. Fulton Counknows their needs and can talk to they soon ty produces more soybeans than any them in a language that apother county In Kentucky, according learn to understand. At tho gives a to estimates made by Ralph Kenney, proach of any danger she prnns extension specialist from tho low, warning note that sends them a College of Agriculture. Last yeau scurrying in every direction for county produced G.O0O acres of weed patch of grass where they can that year every farmer has Ho flat on the ground safely hidden beans and this corn. on free range, she planted some of the crop In his from view. While talking Tnm Praether who last year had 700 keeps her brood together by largest continuously In a contented, purring acres of beans and corn is the grower in the county. tone so that the poults always know Avhcro she is. Hogs Early Treat Cholera-Expose- d "When her poults become widely Unless early action is taken to diag become lost, separated, or If some ccses and apply proper treat and she hears their "peep, peep," she nose tho characteristic ment when disease appears in their calls them with the aro inevitable. yelp heard so frequently during the swine herds, losses then, while Tho chances are many that the trou Jaying season. Now and under such circumtho poults are but a few days old, ble Is cholera, and or other stances delay is dangerous, for when Bhe catches a grasshopper spread and progressInsect and calls tho poults to como that disease has to find ed in tho herd tho loss of many hogs .and set It. They soon learn their own feed, however, and range may be expected. Early attention iu an outbreak of out ahead of the mother hen In hog cholera is essential for tho sucof whatever they can find. .search has Young turkeys usually remain with cessful treatment of tho herd. It until about October or been told repeatedly that tho mother hen serum is not a cure; its uso November when the malfg ordinarily the females and rango is primarily Intended as a preventive mjparato from When two turkoj agent against cholera, and as such .by Ihemselves. recognized as the hens with broods of about the same it is universally range to- only rellablo treatment. While tho age are turned out on free favorgether they will remain in ono flock, serum seemingly has had some to sick and as this makes It easier to hunt able effect when administered of tho very early stage them up nnd caro for them it is ad- hogs in tho not visable to turn out two or three disease, swlno owners shouldsave any upon the product to together, when hens with their broods they are given free range. It is not number of animals after they have hoga good plan to have more than this developed visible symptoms of of young poults in ono flock, cholera. number say poultry specialists In the United States Department of Agriculture, as llrldgo Grafting Will Savo Trees Girdled by Kodciits. they may all try to crowd under one Numerous inquiries aro received at two hens to bo hovered. or tho United States Department of every spring in regard to Goslings Plenty Of Grass. Give feed until the treatment of fruit trees, especialGoslings do not need girdled they are 30 hours old or moro, when ly applo trees, that havo beon broad or othorwlso Injured during tho stale they should bo given rabbits. Whllo soaked in milk or water, to which winter by mice and ways in which eggs may bo thero aro various iniv ehonned boiled three or four times dally slight injuries of this character may added. Feed wun bo treated, if any attention seems adfor tho first two or threo weeks, green visable, wounds which glrdlo or noar- grass or some othor whopped 1 the-first. -ds hot-watAll-Seas- to bo increasPlen- ly glrdlo the trunk rcqulro moro specific measures If tho trco is to bo In such cases bridge graftsaved ing Is tho method oXtroatmont commonly employed; In fact, it is about tho only remedy that can bo recommended. A bridge graft Is mado by using scions or small limbs to connect tho two portions of tho bark of a stock which havo been Bepnratcd by an Injury; in other words, tho injured nrea Is "bridged" by a scion or scions, tho ends of which unite with the uninjured parts above and below tho wound In such n manner that a connection between tho tissues is established. llrldgo grafting may bo used successfully on almost any kind of fruit trco that admits of being readily propractice by grafting. In pagated thero is occasion to rosort to it very much moro frequently with tho applo than with any othor fruit, but pear trees aro often treated nt least In somo sections. No reason Is apparent why tho method should not bo sucand cherries. cessful on plums Peaches graft less readily than the other trees mentioned, and thero may bo some question ns to tho usefulness of the method in the case of this fruit. Iiridgo grafting Is seldom used on shade or other ornamental trees, but with somo kinds It would probably prove successful in overcoming certain types of injuries. Tho injuries which can be over- comcor lessened by br'dse grafting aro always local in character and tlo not of themselves at tho time they occur seriously affect tho health and vigor of tho tree either above or below the Injured area. lllmhveed Continued lly Smothering 15,000 CHIPPEVVAS FACE DESTITUTION Indiiiiis of Cullfiiintn In Storting ditioii Due to Hliliigent Con- - DIRECTORY Judge REAVER DAM. Cii'm'n. Board W. T. McKonner. Clerk It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal II. F. Stevens. KORRSVIIilili. Cii'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslncer. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRUSKNT YEAR E. 3. County Board of Education Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 It. A. Owon, Hartford, Route C. Div. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Honfrow, Duu-de- o. Dlv. No. 4 Roht. Goff, Boslno. Div. No. G Otis Stevens, Beaver Crop. Alfalfa, because of its excellent smothering effect and the frequent cutting It receives, Is one of the d means of controlling best in bindweed (wild morning glory) sections where alfalfa grows well. United States Department of Agricul ture experts find. Cowpeas, sorghum, millet, soy beans, and buckwheat are also useful as smothering crops, but tho rarely as successful as alfalfa. It is well to follow alfalfa with a clean cultivated crop, such as corn. Hogs are fond of both the under ground and above ground growth of bindweed. If the land is plowed it will greatly assist tho hogs in re moving the underground parts. Sheep pasturing has been found helpful, but It is not as useful a method as hog pasturing. Grazing helps to hold bindweed in check, but can not bo depended upon to secure eradication. The use of chemicals other than salt has not been successful except under special conditions and Is not Care should 1)3 recommended. to prevent the Introduction of tho pest by means of Impure seed, especially Impure wheat seed; by manure, bindweed seed may be contained in the droppings or may en- fei manure by tho addition of bedding seeds, and bindweed containing thrashing outfits, thrashing machines, unless thoroughly cleaned may carry the seeds of bindweed from farm to farm. to work," said "I would be the tramp, "if I could get the sort of Job I want." "What would that Job be?" "Well. I wouldn't mind calling out tho stations on an Atlantic liner." a ' Toe-mar- Soy-llea- o willing Lawyer I would like moro time for my client, your honor. Judge Certainly. I was going to glvo him five years, but I'll raise it to ten. Baltimore American. CIUCUIT COURT. R. W. Black, Ononsboto. C. E. Smith, Hart Uom'tli. Attorney Giiiiic. Lmvs. ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Srtcramonto, Cal., April 9. John Master Commissioner Otto C. Uar- Lago, othorwlso known ns "Chief tln, Hartford. Whlto Day," and 'Illvcrs Gould," Dig- Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Koown, ger Indian, has appealed to Governor Hartford. Stephens in bohnlf of tho 15,000 In1st Monday in March 11 dyfl dians of Northern Cnlnfornla, who Com'th. and Civil. they said are on tho verge of starva1st Monday in May 12 dnyi Civil. tion, lnndloss, dcstltuto and afflicted 1st Monday In July U days with disease. Com'th. nnd Civil. Tho two Indians camo from tho 3d Monday In September 1J days Pitt Hlver country, whero they said Civil. conditions among the aboriginal Am 4th Mondny In November IS dayi ' ericans arc particularly bad. What Com'th. and Civil. they aro asking for specifically Is an COUNTV COURT. mendment to the stato fish nnd game laws that will permit native Indians Meets first Mondny in each month. to kill deer and catch fish out of seaJudge Mack Cook. son for food purposes. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. They told their story to Mrs. Clerk W. C. Ulankennhlp. assistant secretary to dov-crnSheriff S. A. Brntchor. Stephens, and to Frank Now- Superintendent E. S. Howard. bert, of tho stnte fish and gamo com Jailer Worth Tlchenor. D. E. Ward. mission, In the governor's office. Tux Commissioner According to Lago, the game of Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. llodgers. their district is the only food resource for many of the Indians, and ho said FISCAL COURT. they are confronted with tho alterMeets first Tuesday In April and natives of breaking the law or starv October. ing. "Our children nre lucky it they 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. have as much as ono digger squirrel 2nd District Sam L. Steveni, Beav to eat in a xvholo day," says Lago. er Dam. "What's tho uso of keeping the deer for white city sportsmen xvhen ftrd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. wo who used to own all the deer need 4th District G. W. Rowo, Center- town. them for food?" He contradicted a statement by Gtli District W. C. Daughorty.Baizo- town. Newbert that, owing to the operation of the came protective laws the num Oth District W. S. Dean Dundee. B. F. nice, Fordsvlllo. ber of deer In the stato had greatly 7th District B. C. Rhoadea, Hart Increased during the past ten years. Hth District ford, Route 5. Newbert argued that it would be impossible to make an exception In HARTFORD. the killing of deer for the benefit of Mayor J. B. Bean. the Indians without opening tho way Clerk J. A. Howard. to a general slaughter, in season and Pollco Judge C. M. Crowe. out. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Koco renllcd that it the Indian ROCKPORT could again come to regard the deer Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilor. 33 their special property they would Clerk N. H. Brntchor. bo anxious for their conservation and Pollco Judgo S. L. Fulkcrson. would become the beet possible allies Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. of the Fish and Game ConimlsMon in preserving the herds. Tears filled Lego's eyes as he spoke of the thousands of deer that for1 merly ranged the hills and the sparse present. herds of the Newbert said that while the commission would have to oppose an amendment of the laws, he would en deavor to seek relief for the Indian FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE and expressed tho opinion that there Diiuolvtj In water for douche sto,i sportsmen in t pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamwere thousands of state who would be glad to contribute mation. Recommended by Lydia E. FinUhatn Med. Co. for ten years. to their aid. A healing wonder for natal catarrh, ore throat and sore oycf Economical. Leco sought out Senator Duncan. nt Butte County, whom he referred Ha extraordinary cle&oim? and trerniddal power. Sonjle ifna. til druggUu, cr t.pxj to as "My Adze" to introduce a bill krnail. I - I'jiion I win Ompanr. lioitu. Mu, amondment. covering the desired Duncan said he would prepare such a blU for Introduction In the Senate. Leco is a Chlppowa Indian who came to California years ago from been He said he had Minnesota. chosen spokesman for all of tho tribal remnants In Northern California. When it was suggested to him that he remain in Sacramento until the proposed bill could be brought before i Succeed when everything elso fall. i In nervous prostration and female tho Fish and Game Committees of .veaknesse they are the supreme ho and tho Legislature he said that remedy, at thousands have testified. his companion had no money on FOR KIUNEY.L..VERAND xvhlch to Hvo here, nnd they were . STOMACH (TROUBLE even without the necessary railroad it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. fare to get back to the Pitt Kiver I I M'jijf country. AU-hrlgor Dam. Div. No. C Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. County Board of Examiners: E. Mrs. Birdie Midklft and Ira Jones. Teachers 17th. Instltuto, Sept. 13th EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May K nnd 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam. and Fordsvlllc.. Mny 21 and 22 County Teachers Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 2S and 29 County Teachers' Examinotlon at Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS and 10 Comity and Examination at Fordsvlllo, State-Teacher- s' (White). Juno 25 nnd 2C County and Stater Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (ColoVod). Sept. 17 nnd IS County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (White). s' Sept. 24 and 25 County and Examination at Hartford, State-Teacher- (Colored). (Every Woman Wants i0Ti Mothers W J -- 5C- -. h- For the Children A Safe Old :rmra?.e Fashioned ' T Worms Seventy. fiveyeorscontin. bent testiuouiuseis the VERMIFUGE monial FREY'S can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30cbott1eatyourdrutS"t'or 1 eneral atoir; or if your dealer Remedy for f JPBL 1 f S3 cyi't tuppljryou.tcndhitname AM 9 30c in tarapa and vreU tend you a bottle- promptly. E. & S. IT.EY. Eallfatrt. Ki. de-po- - at door) No, Woman (to m Going up tho steps of his church I ain't got nothln' for you. "Tbey say tliat 300 xvords suffice to conduct the service, tho rector (reproachfully) Beggar iou xvas acosted b7 a stately old lady In for a vocabulary." might refuse me grammatically, at "You don't really need that many. difficulties with her breathlng."Par-do- n any rate. Boston Transcript. mo," she said, "but would you A man can do his courting in gur. a do mo the favor of assisting mo up gles." A MODEL OF TACT. "And after marriage?" the steps?" "Ho converses In grunts."' Louis- They reached the door, when the done los' mah Job," lamented "Ah for a moment's vlllo Courier-Journa- l. old lady, pausing Ephriam White. "De boss said ho'd "Pardon mo once more, hafta let mo go 'cause Ah aln' got rest, said: happen to know who is "Pop, what do xvo mean xvhen x"o but do you no tack." speak of an average man?" morning?" Tact say, Alexander, xvhat Is dls preaching this "An avorago man, my son, 13 one "Tho rector madam," replied tho yer tact, anyhow?" who isn't ns good as his xvlfe thinks Tack, by? Huh; reckon Ah got cleric. "Oh!" she sad. "Then might I he is before she marries him, nor as lots o' tack. Listen: T'other day Ah yet another favor?" bad as she thinks ho is afterward." Into de bathroom In beg you to do mo happened to walk "Certainly," replied the rector once Col Crab's houBe where Ah work and, "Maud protests against being callmore, "What elso can I do for you?" bless mah soul, there xvas de missus "Would you," said tho old lady, ed a spinster; she declares she's a splashing roun' In de tub. Ah whirlgood as to assist me down the bachelor girl." ed' roun' an as Ah dashed out Ah "be so "Well, xvhafs tho dlfferenco?" stops again?" says: "Scuse mo Sab.' Dat's xvhat you "Oh, a spinster thinks of marriago "Certainly, madam," assented the calls 'tack." as somothlng she has micscd, while rector, giving her his arm. a bachelor girl thinks of it as someTHE ETEUNAL FEMININE AWARDS I1ADLY MANAGED thing she has escaped." woro Wife (to husband) Thero 4 two hats that I liked ono for ?13 Many poor children in Europe havo "Would you marry her just because and tho othor for $18. scholarships and apprentice- sho's xvealthy? Don't you knoxv sho Husband Which ono did you fi- received ships enabling them to get an edu- has a questionable past!" nally decldo on? xvhich were contributed by "Well, xvhat of It? If I don't marWife The $18 ono. I'm a llttlo cation tho Junior Red Cross of America. Tho ry her I shall have a questionable fusuperstitious about the number IS. funds woro mado up by contributions ture." Boston Transcript. Stray Stories. from, children In tho United States, 4 m 'Georgo proposed to mo last night.' The Girl at tho Window Yes, ma many of them poor. After a tour of r "Did you accept him,?" dam this, is tho Information bureau. Investigation by Miss Una Fairweath-o"Of courso I did. Any man who Nexv York, tho axvards woro of What do you wish to know?. She found would proposo now with tho cost of Outsldo I'd like to reduced by Tho Woman know how much you paid for thaj that in many cases the families prof- living xvhero it is must lovo a girl a georgette crepe xvalst you'ro wearing? iting by the fund bad no idea of its lot." one-fourt- f beggar CASTO . Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S R IA origin or purpose Most of them thought the money xvas contributed A chango by American millionaires. was made in tho management. IB WILL YOU, TAKE OUB GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealmsnl or WEAK iivmm?mS. "w LUNGS or CONSUMPTION n (cellar, A quick relief for that tired, coughi, palm in cheat, ntebt twtati. hemorrhage), weak Iudei or cooiumptloo. II il dot aotbalp you It coata you ncthlot. FOR.ONE MONTH e OHIO MEDICAL CO. 1? USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liyer and the Troubles o Constipation. d 11 Feciirlcht nil tho time. Don't lay of from work for days by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Lie- - Ver-La- x on your feet, whllo relieving your troubt lo. Safer too, and easy to toko. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation- - A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Ho- - VcLax wit! x, completely displaco calomel in evcrj liome,' Children can take it freely one with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Nont genuino without tho likeness and sign " turo oX h. K. Grlgsby. For sale by " J R. . KU&UHjJ, ;, EftrtfSCA umoB II. S. MOBILIZING FORCE AT HAWAII Action Io Without Thought Of Possible FocSay Army Chiefs. WhcniiWno brldgo with a small trp of platinum on tho hack of ono arm, the other r.rm being oloctrlcill connected 'villi n sensltivo galvanometer Whon hem rays strlko the p.utlnum strip a current of electricity Is developed. Tho strength of this current and consequently tho Intensity of the hoot ire ndlculod by a dci!e.t!ou,of tho galvancmoter nct-dlDEVELOPS NEW W1IBAT TANLAC PROVCD . GLAD SURPRISE It Has Entirely Restored Her Health And She Feels Like A New Woman She Says. :' cm In If You 35 on us dispatches recent ticle confirmed from Washington, stating that tho Cnrollno Islands nnd tho Marshall group woro being fortified by Japan nnd that tho Japaueso had exacted ' pledges of allcglanco from tho pco- - "Washington, April 0. Army chiefs Luther Ilurbank, tho California nro liiHlstPiit that tho mobilizing at plant "wizard," has envolved a now "I havo tnken many medicines and reinforcements aggregating 125 per kind of wheat whoso kernels or ber- spent hundreds of dollars looking cent for tho defenses of Hawaii nnd ries nro exceptionally largo and hard, for relief, but It was only when I nearly 300 per cent for tho Panama yielding flno white flour. Tho now got Tanlac that my troubles disapCanal Kono Is being perfected with- wheat was produced from a slnglo peared," said Mrs. A. Worley, of 111 out reforenco to any other nation as original grain of seed and Is the re- Fifteenth St., Ashland, Ky. a prohahlo or possible- enemy. Hut sult of 11 years of careful propaga "I had no appetite and my stomach It has dovolopcd that tho War Depart- tion. Tho principal advantago claim was In such bad condition that gas ment started Us plans when It be- ed for It Is Its high content of glu- would form, causing a terrible decame apparent that negotiations be- ten 1 per cent. Ordinary Califor- pression around lay heart and altween American Ambassador Mor- nia wheat tends to yield an excess of most shutting off my breath. I a ris and Japancso Ambassador starch and Insufficient gluten. For would become so nauseated that I woro being attended with little thnt reason millers aro obliged to could scarcely retain the littlo I did progress and when Jingoism becamo mix It with Northern wheat in order cat, and at times I had such awful rampant In Japan. to obtnin n satisfactory flour for headaches and dizzy spells I could There are now 12,000 officers and hardly see. men at Hawaii and 7,000 at Panama. "My kidneys bothered mo a great Tho now product Is a winter wheat, 0 These forces will be Increased to llko all other varieties grown In Cali- deal and my back pained mo so I at each place. fornia. It is an unusually early va- couldn't bond over without suffering Staff officers road with Ihterost the riety, however, maturing earlier than agony. I was almost a norvous wreck nrtlclo by Joseph Tlmmons In tho any of several hundred others that and at night sleep was almost imHearst newspapers setting forth the Ilurbank has grown. The plants and possible. rosults of his Investigation of Japan- tho grnlns are remarkably uniform. "Tnnlac has certainly proved a cso activities In Hawaii and tho for Tho yield on tho experimental plat glad surprise to mo, for It has taken mor German Islands In tho North Pa- last summer was almost GO bushels only two bottles to overcome all my My appetlto Is wonderful cific. They pointed out that this ar- per acre. troubles. 1 Shldc-limbread-makin- g. 27,-00- V For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &o., IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Farmers ana others who llvo . V A, dlstanco from, a drug store should keep la the houso a bottlo of Dallard's It may bo needed Snow Liniment. nt any tlmo for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is a pow 11. In addition to these developments, orful healing and penetrating remedy. It was cited that as tho Island of Yap Price 2Gc, GOc and $1.00 per bottle. m lies "just southwest of tho American Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m outpost at Guam, nolther tho military nor tho diplomatic relations of IN Japan and tho United States could NO POLITICS RESERVE SYSTEM bo intulo any moro cordial by Japan's Insistence of hor right to fortify Yap. Tho sending of reinforcements to Scrri'tiiry of Treasury and ComptrolHawaii and Panama will continue unler To Itc Eliminated From Hoard. til Congress Interferes. Thero nro no intimations that Congress will InWashington, D. C. March 9. Elimtervene, however, especially In tho light of news from all quarters as to ination of tho Secretary of tho Treasury and tho Comptroller of tho tho activities of Japan. Tho Hawaiian Island of Oahu, It Currency from membership on tho was explained by army strategists, Is Federal Reservo Hoard is contemplattho mlmediato key to tho situation. ed by legislation which Representa As they put it, "whoover holds Oahu tive L. T. McFadden, chairman of the can hold tho Islands." Nono of tho Houso Committco on Banking and others, however, Is lmporant In the Curroncy, will Introduce In tho speovent of war. cial session. It was admitted that a weakness This action 13 tho result of highhas been found In the former theory handed Interference with tho reserve as to tho safety of Oahu from exter- system by these two officials under nal attack. Tho defenses at Pearl the Wilson administration, and is in? Harbor have long been regarded as tended to prevent It In tho future. Impregnable against sea attack. It McFadden says: was also thought that tho littlo hill "With a view to correcting misor mountain range on tho sides of takes of tho pr.st and to provide tho island opposite Pearl Harbor against a recurrenco of similar concould not bo crossed by any forco to ditions affecting our financial systake tho fortifications In rear and tem and credit necessary to finance flank. industry and commerce, I am sugThat theory has been exploded, ac- gesting an amendment to the Federal cording to a report nt tho War De- Itoserve Act, a careful scrutiny and partment, which shows that when tho understanding of which I believe will American Navy hold manoeuvres to convlnco anyone of Its soundness. At determlno that point it was demon- tho prosont tlmo tho Federal Rcserv strated that tho hills could bo cross- Board Is composed of seven members, ed. American soldiers crossed them five of whom nro appointed by the easily. An attack from that direc- President of tho United States by and tion, it is ndmltted, would bo fatal to with tho advlco and consent of the a land fortification whoso twclvo and Senate. Tho romalnlng two memfourteen Inch guns aro fixed to fire bers aro tho Secretary of tho Treaswhich ury and tho Comptroller of tho Curseaward. One suggestion, probably will bo carried out, is that roncy, who aro mombers the reinforcements shall consist of Whllo, therefore, tho Federal Reserve mobile artillery for coast defenso at Board Is, as pronounced by tho AtOahu. torney General of tho United States, a separate and Independent establishFor tho stomach and bowel ment of tho Government and not a of habios McQeo's Daby Elixir is Bureau of tho Treasury Department, a remedy of gennino morn, n It Is partly subject to tho control or quickly, is pure wholesome and pleas- Influence of tho Troasury Department ant to tako. Prico 25c and GOo per bocauso of the fact that two of Its ;ottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug mombers aro Treasury officials. m Company. tho Federal Reserve Board has become little moro than a Burau of rilOI LANGLEY'S BOLOMETER tho Treasury. "Much of the criticism that has Ono of tho most marvelous dolicato been directed from time to tlmo and sensltivo of tho many Ingenious against tho organization and action basInstruments used by scientists Is tho of tho Federal Reservo Board Is for detect- ed upon tho fact that It Is not combolometer, an Instrument ing and measuring mlnuto quantltlos pletely Independent of tho Trasury a cer of heat. It was Invented by Prof. Donartment Influenc. and, In And tho S. T. Langloy of tho Smithsonian In- tain senso, political Influence. should) be stitution nt Washington, whoso work Federal Reservo Systm which is contributed much to sclonco and free from political Influence lndopend-onc- o In quite as Important as its Investigations whoso pioneering of domination by financial comtho field of aviation wont far toward thereI am proposing, dovelopmont of. tho binations. the successful fore to eliminate the Secretary of the flying mnchlno. tho So soiiBltlvo Is this Instrument to Treasury and tho Comptroller of that It will dotect and measure Currency from membership In tho boat as Foderal Reserve Board and to Intompornturo changes as small of a degree It is af- crease tho number of appointed memBo'ard from flvo to sevfected ovon by tho slight change of bers of that tomperaturo produced by bringing en." tho hand noar It. It has been of MODERNIZES STATE SEAL great sorvlco In measuring tho heat heavenly bo-dfrom tho sun and other with Its antiquated Dissatisfied comand It has ovon measured tho new Insignificant heat of tho state seal, Kansas has ordered a paratively tractor ono In which an elght-shovmoon. Tho bolomotor has dlselosod plow beam will succoed tho the fact that tho spectrum of a dliplayod on tho old emblem; a temperaof light Is not of uniform very houso to tako tho place of tho ture although tho dlfforenosu are line old touring car a twln-sl- x slight, it fehowa that tho dark and a modern instead of tho ro relatively cool. prlmltlvo steamboat. lAnf.liy's bolometor consist.! at a train for tho at a or gas. feel a sign of Indigestion My breathing is froo and easy and I no longer havo thoso awful dizzy spells. "My kidneys don't bother mo any moro and my back 13 entirely free from pain. My nerves are In such good condition that I don't wako up during the night, and I'm so much better In every way I simply feel llko a new person." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; In McIIenry by S. J. Tlch-ono- r, and in Rockport by R. E. Her. ' w Advertisement. and I neer Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , POLICE OK GARY DESTROY O,O0() GALLONS OF RUM Gary, Ind April 9. Sixty thousand gallons of liquor, the accumulation of two years police activity In this city, wero poured into the sew er in tho basement of police head quarters here today. The confiscated liquor Included bonded whisky, wine, home brow and gin. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Ohildren Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R A FOR "i HITS i.MJHGRATION FItAUDS Wnshtnrrinn. D. C. March. Ren- , of Minnesota, has reported from tho House Committee on Foreign Affairs a statement of tho Immigration frauds allowed to grow up during tho Wilson administration. Ho says: are coming "These Immigrants from various parts of Europe, but mostly from Italy and central Europe where tho economic conditions growing out of tho war and its devastabad. Many of tion are extremely thoso desiring to come hero are While others frankly undesirable. can not so be classed, so great is the desire of both desirable, and undesirable aliens to come to tho United States that fraud and deception are being dally resorted to In order to obtain not only vises but passports These cases of fraud themselves. and deception run into tho hundreds. Vise and feo stamps aro being counterfeited whllo consular signatures are being cleverly Imitated and forged. Even the seals of some of tho are governments Issuing passports being counterfeited. These frauds arc now being attempted on a wholesale scale. In one station In central Europe tho number of false documents submitted, run from between 5 to 20 every day." A Timely Suggestion. r resontatlvo-Newton- us d, a cough or cold try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is pleasantto tako and you nro sure to be pleased with tho rollef which It affords. This remedy has a wide reputation for its cures of m caughs and colds. Thcf next time you havo LEGION EXPELS OFFICER ls For his participation In a recent mooting In Now York which voiced "horror" at iho use of French negro colonial troths in policing me Rhino area, A E Anderson, former lieutenant-colonel ot tho lGGth .'afnntry. was expelled from tho Anonca . legion. NEW PARACHUTE RECORD ol m log-oabl- n; ox-tra- ln When Lieut. A- - G. Hamilton drop-po- d 24,400 feet In a parachute loap from an airplane at Canute flbld, 111. ho established a now world's record. Ho was holder of tho provlous rocord which was 20,000 feet. MINING IN S. E. ALASKA tion system will become, It must be simplified so as to Insure our citiAlthough gold mining has beer, bezens against uncertainties of assessments. It must also be so drafted as coming Increasingly difficult to carry on profitably during the last few Must First Recall False Steps Tak- to avoid penalizing business." m years, work on the gold lodes In the of en In Lurid Years Juneau and Kotchikan districts of TWO NEW CIRCULARS Wilson Regime. OUT FOR YOUNGSTERS southerstern Alaska has, been continued. A report by J. B. Mertfe Jr., Washington, D. C, March 12. Lexington, Ky., April 9 Two new on tho developments In this region la Despoilment of capitalistic and labor boys and girls 1910 has JU3t been published by tho profiteers and the. elimination of all circulars for farm Depart of the have just come off the press at tho United States Geological Survey, wastes is outlined as a College of Agriculture and aro ready partment of tixo Interior. work of the new Congress by RepreA deposit worked by the Salt Chuck for distribution. No. 84 contains Insentative Simeon D. Fess, chairman structions for youngsters who will mine, In the Ketchikan district is of tho National Republican Congresconduct a sow and litter project and rather interesting because the ora was sional Committee. He says; copNo. SS contains similar instructions at first considered a low-gra"To safely find a true course out of may per ore but was afterward found to be nec for young sheep raisers. Both our present situation, it will by writing the Agri- be moro valuablo for its content oC essary for us to recall the steps by I be obtained free Lexing- platinum metals chiefly palladium In build cultural Experiment Station, whicii wo hnvo reached It. ton. than for its coprir, so that the. ing the war machine, which had to' mine Is now regarded as a palladium- be done without delay, sound busl- , copper mlno. ness methods were abandoned and ILVRDING'S CHURCH The roport contains also some note3 HAS NEW PASTOR consulted economic wisdom was not on the gold deposits of Funter Bay, Wo Inflated the cost of production Rev.' William S. Abernathy, pastor on Admiralty Island; a brief account To inwithout efficiency in service. Kan- of the geologic features of tho vite tho maximum product of labor, of tho First Baptist church of Itlver regions, near PortGov- sas City, has been called to fill the wo Increased the wage scale for church, at land Canal, where some gold has been, ernment work In shipyards, munition pulpit of Calvary Baptist found; and a summary of tho results plants, cantonments, aviation fields Washington, whore President HardInvestigations la of water-powand all Government work. We push- ing and his wife attend. southeastern Alaska In 1919. by shortening the ed up the cost level which is entitled This report, basic day, allowing overtime with j OPPOSE COWS FOR GERMANY "Mining developments and water-pow- er workers to Increased pay, Increased investigations in southeastern. The Iowa department of the Amthe piece, transportation allowances 714-- B. over appealed to the Alaska," is published as Bulletin erican Legion has from homo to shop, and of the U. S. Geological Survey, expenditure tor temporary secretary of agriculture to ban a Washington, D. C. housing. These numerous ltem3 of shipment of 600 South Dakota cows Increased cost, all indefinite, gave oc- to Germany. The cows made up a 27-cMURDER WOMAN AS WITCH train to Baltimore, tho point casion for the unfortunate cost-plu- s to An Injunction of embarkation. contract for all Government work. An old countrywoman noar Sara-cos"Tho inevitable profiteering both prevent the shipment leaving Sioux accused of being a witch, was by labor and capital invited by these City was denied. mm stabbed to death with stilettos. She steps augmented the Government cost was believed to have the "evil eye" NATION'S FIRES COSTLY. bill which could be met either by and to have caused with It the death taxation or bond3, or both. Tho GovNearly $1,500,000,000 damage to of her neighbor's young lambs, and did not dlscourago profiteer- -' ernment Ing by the excess profits tax; on tho property has been done In this coun- cases of sickness In her neighbors other hand, It virtually said profiteer try by fires in tho past five years. families. . all you wish, tho greater tho excess The main causes for these fires, In Miss Stout had been Invited to tho profit you mako tho greater our in- tho order of their Importance, were: electricity, matches, defective chim- theater by her flanco and was naturcome from tax. "Tho business world has never wit- neys and flues, stoves, furnaces, and ally filled with pleasurable antici"Havo you secured the pation. nessed a like period of expenditure. lightning. seats?" sho twittered. No people over exprlncd such an orgy "Woll," ho returned, gazing doubt"I'll glvo you $5 a day, spot cash," of personal as woll a3 governmental extravagance The Government bor- said tho farmer to the tramp, who fully at her generous proportions, "I rowed $30,000,000,000 and distribut- had stopped to beg a meal, "If you'll didn't hardly think that was neces ed it among tho peoplo In tho most help mo dig potatoes. We'll begin sary, but mobbe I'd hotter mobbo I'd better'." Legion Weekly. Prices ndvanced now," ho pointed, at tho big field, lavhh manner. I'm afraid tho frost will got Increase of value. Tho deal-o- r without "Do you romomber when you woro had no concern about his sales, them." Instead of "No," yawned tho tramp. "You'd first struck by my beauty?" hla purchases. but rather "yes, dearest. It was at tho keeping saleomen on tho road they hotter dig 'era, You planted 'em, ' to bo converted Into buyers. Tho nnd you know Just whero they are." masked ball." Sun Dial. had m o result was less regard for efficiency First Constablo Did yer got that n orvlce. and the ru'a was soon TOLEDO HITS FORI) WEEKLY feller's number? to increase tho cost and de Second Constable No, he, was too Because of numorous disturbances, crease tho sorvlco, until we reached Ohio, havo bar- goldomcd fast' fer me. That was a the level whero It would cost three tho pollco of Toledo, porty lookln" gal In tho back seat, lmes to do tho Government work that red Henry Ford's weakly publication, tho wasn't It? tho Dearborn Independent, from was dgno before tho war. First Constablo Sho shuro was. "Whatovor the form of our taxa city streets. BACK TO SOLID ROCK IS WORD OF DR. FESS -.-.- , nuk er , $100,-000,0- 00 ar sa. "bo-cau- f wRfffrNwffltajf iaiTftiMi)awtfiMiuppiJjiiiwuinj.uij,uag.wjj.nn WU.lHMgrK!rfi.4HM4aL&viMi'vbMWMtn h iikV rTy? t-- n ODDLY STRUNG fore said court nt Louisville In said foronoon, Uy ' MASTKR COMMISHIONKIt'H HAIjK. I to tho highest and best bidder nt the Court House door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, May IT mivDUhr tlreo mo mora than cee-i2nd, 1921, nt nbout the hour of 12:30 P. M., upon a credit of G and 12 axlop about the place, It Is trav-iSomonths tho following described rcnl M. B. DUNN, D. C. bjvtniin, and tho Madam Is too estate lying, nnd being In Ohio Counm irMMulful to hint at a show tho first ty, Kentucky nnd bounded and deSALH. scribed ng follows: nrwwlnj: f my arrival for a visit SI'KCIAIj COMMISSIONER'S Frist Tract: Beginning nt a stone 'istlanpHtcrs are loss compassionate. Ohio Circuit Court. In tho original line of tho Christian A. sfiuw en the Academy stago, the Charles McConncl, Plaintiff. survey running thence north 40 cast One lot Men's Suits; only 29 of these Suits; only one or two of a kind. owj1 M which said daughter Is a vs. Notice of Sale SO poles to a stone; thence South 74 SiaaAur. and of tho show was one of Chas. W. Mulllkln, Defendent. price on these, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00. Clean-u- p price cast 49 poles to a stouo near 2 or 3 $15.00 By virtue of a judgment nnd or marked trees on the south side of a tkj? f.fx All-Stnot of the first If your size is in this lot grab it quick. incom-vUj- tr der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court hill between 2 small dams; thence troupo would bo rawjcidnulD entered in tho above styled action at 9 V6 poles to stono without Daddy as an auditor Its March. 1921 term, directing mo to south It being said ncorner nnd plum's bush near person- aatt, Jbealcles, daughter dutiful had sell tho hereinafter described gate; thenco north 80 west 42 One lot Ladies' Suits, blue, black, gray; former prices $20.00, $22.50 and ready for parental ndmis-j;o- a ul property for the purpose of paying poles to a stono on the north sldo 'sro'tltikrls tne juogmeni 01 piauum. in uie u m , ,)f a smn ,,ram aml south s,(1 of $25.00. Out they go choice J fcould stand for a tired and $15.00 of $337.00 with interest nt the .rate hlll. thonCQ north 07 west SO poles of tho performance, of 6 per annum from July G, 1920, it0 the begnnlnK containing 40 acres Only thirteen of these suits, but when you see the price and goods you won't mjrsihcnl learned next morning that until paid, and the cost of the said ,)Q tho game more or lesg u be be afraid of the unlucky number. , ,.. . of the action and tho cost of this sale, I will n htn&Aos furnishing one-sixup offer for salo at public outcry to the sold t0 tho Ml, Soloman PIerco by fcrifent for the show I had to fish sr., and VJ feHj luts for the two aforesaid tlck-'iV- h Hcug0 door ,n nartfora. ?KontucKy on uosepn toraFor,, nn t,.deeded to him .. ,,.. tho 1SMl nf Only seven very high-grad- e Spring Coats, very latest styles; worth in any on tho luck of tho Monday, May 2nd., 1921 nt al'.iut the A"pr 18G9 sv sgHuxr who could educate his dnugh-Ou-.- li pour 01 one " large city $20 to $25, will let 'em slip uc.uck 1. ..... Second tract: A of only $15.00 the following lam, , ohlo County certnint rnct ci edit of six months Kentucky, conthe "deestrlct" school. utaci.iJuuiic.Buua. acres, known as 60 ""."": tainingthe survey nnd platt lot No IJCiency WIUIUUI iu aaimj pinu ." 1 in tho SSCinji 1 rad Fluke's reference to debt, Interest and cost, being All the above lots will represent a loss to us, but the Christian land, beginning at aofstake can take a loss and smile. nnd honorable friend J. nronertv of the defendant, Chas. W. near the Axton barn: thenco north aar taacient The people stood the advance three years. It's not our time to kick now, Mulllkln, and now in his possession I was pole3 to a stone; 40Ys east 22 XTOwdmau ns Good-Ey- e, when we take a few thousand in losses. Come see us hand them out and east 101 poles to Mlow's rashness. Suppose !.?".!!WS,.,1,,"5" i"n,by "S?- -' thenco north seven years a dogwood and beech in Ford's line; Onr TfflEnpcsItor had made a mistake, ns Donnio; also one brown mare, 15 thenco south 26 smile all the time. cast 132 poles to shands high, seven years) old and a white oak, McHenry's often do, and had set It corner; also one west 42 poles to n WoU, It would, to say tho known by name as Queen; high and thence south 63 15 y. hands - cost me the expense to iron gray marename of Nell; also ono stone near an oak; thence north TO iHsy.. 'iiartOur big business creates these short lots, odds and ends, We also have in known by the west 103 poles to the beginning, exgsKtiarra 'to attend a funeral. cow, seven years old, being same cluding one acre therefrom for graveled regular stock all other grades of higher price goods. cow purchased from Chas. Mcl'onnel, yard purposes. llv- - aiso ono cow, Jersey by breed, two Tho purchaser will bo required to :?ou mont believe that after jears old, purchased from plaintiff; execute bonds immediately after sale 3SC icsao irom home several years a,so ono 2 Inch new road wagon in equal Installments bearing interest wa-ann. of feel yourself a visitor In made by International Harvester Co., per annum from at the rate of 6 iffxirwrn household, It s because you and purchased from plaintiff date until paid, with security to be will bo required to approved by the commissioner and to The purchaser Tioirwt tried It. is pleasing the people and saving them a lot of money. We are just as good executo bond Immediately after sale, have the force and effect of a judgwith security to be approved by me ment. A Hen will be retained on the on this as any other line. Everything in this line is absolutely this season's V,X iite stars work out my fortune as special commissioner, bearing in- land' sold to further secure the per annum marked out for them by terest at the rate of 6 goods. of the purchase price. purchase JSi ixntieut nstrologers, I shall hoad- - from date until paid, for the Given under my hand this the 9th ho may pay cash if he preof April, 1921. State's Metropolis tiaiier in the years while my chll- a price, or bond if executed to have day OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C - fers. Said You can't know what $15.00 will do 'till you see us. MiP, force and effect of a judgment. vxsrtltz or three Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. jrn'jn Qniih school, and then back to Given under my hand as special t commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit xiXVZvzis Weekly. IS YOUR I.IKE INSURED? Court this the Sth day of April 1921. S. A. BKATCHER. Special Com'r., 3Sssoa Is the man who is rooted. Heavrin & Martin, Attys. Does the amount of life Insurance i :mce3tral spot. In his heart of home, a SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. you now carry provide adequate pro'ynaY-- i a happiness tection to those dependent upon you? foreign to the wanderrr up- Your life has a dollar and cent value. Ohio Circuit Court. jn "fiw late of the earth. Tired my- If you realize your responsibility to wandering, when Fluke W. H. Russell, Plaintiff. vsS3 .vl auch vs. Notice of Sale. your family you will insure your life hands high, 3 years old, named Kate; .j j11)(i i think ho cannot survive John Mitchell, Defendant. mule hands high, of this terrible drouth niina-a-arBy virtue of a judgment and order for what it is worth. See CAL P. One black named 14 Rowdy; One wag3 old in the State r Ix'Jjo to return to the only town of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court di- KEOWN and insure Mass., an old Mu- onyears harness; Two disc cultivators; and and ercr again appear like homo recting mo asIn special commissioner tual of Worchester, One mowing machine; Ofie hay rako; the above styled ac- reliable Company. of said court Ono double disc harrow; Four Xut jiw sad wind out my old age, It tion and entered at the March 1921 CAL P. KEOWN, plows; Ono section Harrow, , .taut any, on the sheet Fluke might term thereof, to sell the heieinafter j A harrow. One Hartford, Ky. jyiE' mailo famous for many more described property for the purpose Being the property of the defendo . . the judgment snnn-sbut for the eighteenth amend- - of paying H. Russell, In of the plainthe sum of MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ant, Thomas Harrison, and now in tiff. W. misil. his possession nnd control and at f 145.3S, with Interest thereon at the the same time and place nnd on the per annum from August rate of G Ohio Circuit Court. same terms, I will offer for salo at "Thai Illy pond In the central part 2nd, 1920, until paid, credited by Fleminc R. Douthitt, Plaintiff public outcry to the highest and best present Indeed, a $27.48 of date February 1G, 1921, tiT five City will vs. Notice of Sale. bidder for the purpose of paying tho and tho cost of and r, 3pjaac1e of dazzling- - colors and cost the this sale-- said action for sale Thomas Harrison, et al., Defendant judgment of tho R. I will offer of ijKtisiv: beauty to tho passing visitor, at public outcry to the highest and By virtue of a judgment and order D. Martin, for the use and benefit of wii it presents some less promising best bidder upon a credit of six of sale directed to me in tho above . of the Bank of Hartford In tho sum Interest thereon at of Dundee, Ohio action the March, possibilities. If no more than three months, in the town on Friday, April styled term of entered at for the pur- - the $355.00,6 withcent per nnnum from rate of per 1921, said court, County, Kentucky children drown In it during tho 29, 1921, at about the hour of one pose of paying the Judgment of the1 April 28, 1919, until paid, his costs small the cost this sale tho follow-thdescribed M., the sa.iaer the town will ho lucky, to o'clock P. propertyfollowingsufficiency plaintiff, Fleming It. Douthitt against and described ofpersonal property, oro defendant, Thomas Harrison, or a HMthlnK of the scores of good personal 7 intho sum of $058.50. with interest, a sufficiency thereof to pay said CJufiainiib who will fall from grace thereof to satisfy plaintiff's debt, I: cost. Being the property thereon at the rate of C per cent per amount, interest and cost, and being TjEsoxKh 'onsslng the millions of mos- - terest and defendant, John Mitchell and annum from June 9th, 1919, until mo property oi me saiu i nomas tiar tho of tho the custody of S. A. Bratcher, paid, credited cpCtuu emerging nightly fiom by the following rison and now In bis possession and now in amounts: $200.00, paid Febiuary 21, 'control, t: Sheriff of Ohio County, iivm. hatchery. day of One bay horse mule, about 15 A one-hainterest in about 6 1920; $50.00 paid on the V , 1920; $200.00 paid January 8, hands high, 7 years old, named Pat; acres of tobacco or 3,000 sticks which A'OTICK IX IJANKI'.Ul'TCY day of One bay horse mulo about 15 tobacco is in barn on farm known as 1921, and $100.00 paid Men who know style are particular about fit. the Roy St. Clair farm, about 250 bu- - March, 1921, and the costs of said hands high, 7 years old, named Red; Well-fittin- g shoes give the whole body poise. 1 JOie strict Court of the United shols of corn gathered and now in action and the cost, of this sale, I Two bay horses, 7 years old 16 M will offer for salo at That is why men of good taste like Walk-Ove- r crib on said SJaKia Tor the Western District of Dodge Touringfarm, One automobile, the highest and bestpublic outcry to hands high, named Buck and Dick. car, ono Sllvertone, bidder the The to will shoes. They are so carefully made, the materials In tho matter of Thomas Sears, Roebuck & Company's phono Court House door in Hartford,at Ken- execute purchaser with bo required bo K.ea&S'cXv. his bond security to in them so well chosen, that more men every day ;VL Tluers, a Bankrupt. tucky, on Saturday, April 30th 1921, approved by tho Commissioner beargraph; one piano. are coming to know there i3 no bigger money's per The purchaser will bo required to about the hour of one o'clock P. M., ing Interest at the rate of 6 f'Oa Oils tho Sth day of April, A. D., worth in shoes. execute bond immediately after sale upon a credit of six months tho fol- annum from date or pay cash, as he fSiCoTi considering the petition of to be approved by me lowing described personal property prefers. Said bond, If executed, to rJitt sToresald hankrut for discharge, with security as special commissioner bearing In- or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy have the force and effect'of a judgifilyj"l it the 30th day of March A. D terest at the rate of 6 DRESSY AND STYLISH per annum plaintiff's debt, interest and cost, ment. Given under my hand ns Master S3'J?. U Is ordered by the court that for tho amount of tho purchase price A dressy shoe displaying One black horse mule 15 hands Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit . x SxiTlng bo had upon tho samo on of said property or he may pay cash. exquisite taste In form and my hand this the 8 high, named Jack; Ono black mare Court, this the 9th day of April, 1921. Given under finish. A gentleman's shoe Ym lUh day of Mny A. D 1921, be- mule, 15 hands high, 8 years old, OTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C. C, day of April, 1921. with pleasing details of retalil court at Loulsvillo In said M. L. Heavrin, Attys. Special Comr. named Roda; One bay mule, 14 S. A. BRATCHER, Ernest Rowo, finement. See the leather & Martin, Attys. t'dsteeAS;. at 10 o'clock, In tho forenoon Heavrin and the quality of workmanship ir a iimr thereto as practicable, and HPKCIAIj COMMISSIONER'.- - SALE. ftlmt onttco thereof be published ono tho Hartford Republican, a Ohio printed in said district, L. J. Igloheart Quarterly Courl. and B. C. Igleheart, that all known creditors and oth- ibI partners trading and doing busimay appear at ness under tho firm name and stylo bhhwbs in interost of Iglohoarts Garage, Plaintiffs it&jl time nnd place and show cause, vs. Notice of Salo. f say they havo, why tho prayor of From all indications this will be the best base ball A. Bridges, jail jioiltioner should not be granted. R. By virtue of a judgment Defendnnt. year in the histoiy of the game. and order WOTT.VKSS tho Honorablo Waltor of salo directed to mo In tho above Almost every town in the country will have a ball tCvwww Judge of said Court, and tho styjed action from tho Ohio Qunitorly team and the demand for Balls, Gloves, Bats, Etc., Owenshoio in said iiTiinrr. i will nirpr mr xnin nt mi mm wtathureiit, at outcry to tho highest nnd best bidder will far exceed the supply. lMttrwi, un tho 5th day of April, A. nt Hradshaw's Livery Stablo In It has always been our policy to handle only the 1921. Kentucky, on Saturday, Apill 30, 1921, at about the hour of A. G. RONDLO, Clork. best, and in keeping with this policy we have just reono o'clock P. M,, upon n credit of M. E. DUNN, 1). C. ceived our opening stock of Reach Base Ball Goods, tlireo months tho following described pat ofr yfcW-fipi- i imiwjII18 -- , personal piopotty, vU: the kind they use in the big leagues. All are backed IX HANKUITTI'V. JWWIH'H Ono National touring car now In my by the Reach guarantee of quality. poMenHinu as Shorift of Ohio County, It will be to your advantage to make your selecCourt of tho Unit- - Kentucky. Is rlio ltatrlut Tho purchaser will bo required to for lliu Western DUtrlct of Bxuciito bond immediately after silo d tion before the season advances too far. lutft. Ajaiiicky, In the mutter of William with security to bo approved by mo, Catalogue free on request: payable In lluee months nnd heart-- . g vMrmUy Reynolds, a Bankrupt. nt the rate of G per milium m .thl the 8th Uy of April, A. D., Interest fiom date until puld, or ho may pity . on contfl'lerlnp, the petition of utuh nn he prefer. Snld bond If ex21 in? KlorfNftid bankrupt tor dituhuiKe, ecuted to have tho forou and effect of The Nyal Store vii tlw "tli day of April A. D.. a Judgment. Given under my hand this tho 7th by tho court that BEAVER DAM, KY. .V. of , bad upon th. .mo on dy iinATCIiHR. Sp.ol.1 Com'r. WllliKII ii ;. 19-- 1. Heavrin & Maitlu, Attorneys. ip Jtfth dty of My. A. I)., iBnae Jt (II. Thomns. Frljlny afternoon, tho vflfri belnp sooth by west nnd tho m.-- .ulilnlnp nn early April promiso n 4ttor .nr worse weather to come, I wftvonk tho roal dust of Central City wrei inj Xft, hoarded "102" nnd . isemwi Ju l,iulsvlllo In tlmo for n Ttf o'chidh allnner they havo no wgpjrnrv hrn I'arller than cloven In ttva ov(iilac tind very few of those At :8:1 b district, nt 10 o'clock In the Ohio Circuit Court. or ns near thereto as practicable, nnd ' Nnnnio Allen, etc., I'lnlntlffs, thai not(co thereof ho published ono vs. Notice bt Sale. tlm'q In tho Hartford Republican, a 1). C. White, et al., Defendants. Uy virtue of a Judgment and order newspaper printed In said district, nnd that nil known creditors nnd olh of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court . . or persons In interest may apilonr nt . .. ..irectlne ,,, n said tlmo nnd place and show cauio, Jtnstor Commissioner to sell tho described property for tho If any thoy hnvo, why the prayor of said pctltlonor should not bo grant- purposo of paying the cost of this nc Hon nnd tho cost of this salo, and ed. dividing tho remainder of tho proWITNESS tho Honorable Walter ceeds n mo up tho parties entitled Evans, Judge of said Court and tho thereto, I will offer fdr salo nt pubi j Uil'llwtm-MWi..l- i ' '" " JlllH ii ,im in .,. 15.00 Will ft Do tie Work Today heic-Inaft- er That $20 or $25 Would Do Last Year We Jn) .n jrcar rro. seal thereof, at Owensboro, In said district on tho Sth day of April, A. D., 1921. A. Q. RONALD Clerk. lic outcry are making up a big fifteen dollar offering that e question. will save many dollars to the people who are the lucky ones to pick the plums. What are we going to do?"That's ar Ex-ell- 3lB9R)-il)servan- co i ' th ,., ,,. i,, .,,, i'" at ""'"'' ve amaz-fltRzKi- hu V Ited-"ffjr- t Our New Millinery Department pa-me- nt es m -- -- J. T. VINSON & SON, Beaver Dam, Ky. :, fT&sc-fHT- B a ,ir.tan one-hor- se ' (TSSffi 'll'alhfi, yeFSiv , cross-petitione- I inng . to-w- it: lf When Men Go in for Style f to-w- it: 'ix "xia 'ivKi-ffpxp- t PLAY BALL! i n. 'i jy $5 to $10 j , Beaver Dam Drug Co. Carson Go. ,, Hartford, Kentucky. ( u-