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Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per YmV NUMBER 43.' yoL. .xxxiii I0L0MBIAN , HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1921. Sona-tD. Mclnteer, Mrs. M. L. McCracken CflD Tlllfl HUGHES QUOTED i'oniorcnc, of Ohio, n member of TGKIO CABINET IN nnd Miss Amelia Harnett; Hat man, UllL lICAU Mill I Wll tho Foreign Relations Committee, ih. u. McuracKen; Baby room nurse, DEFIANT ATTITUDE WRONG IN PRESS Mrs. Jno. E. Dean; Children's play FINALLY RATIFIED maklpg tho only extended address tor METHODIST SCHOOLS them In, support of ratification. room, Mrs. W. S. Tlnsloy; Finance In closing dobato today, Senators nnd refreshments, Mr. McDowell A. Norrls, Nebraska; Wadsworth, Now Foglo, D. Wilson, Mrs. Stands Pat On Yap Man Secretary Denies He Made Maggie Mrs. Jno. Mrs. J. D. Tappan, Logan College and John $25,000,000 Award, With York; Cummins, Iowa; Kenyon, Iowa Griffin, and Dorah, Idaho, Republicans, and date Policy, News Statements Ascribed and Dr. J, R. Pirtle; Music. Messrs Pact Approved After Locke To Have" Single Democrat, Dial, South Carolina, W. J. Bean, Ellis Foster and Miss An. papers. State. To Him. Long Debate. . Administration. spoko ,In opposition to ratification, v. na Rhea Carson. V wlillo Senators Lodge, Sterling, ReTho meeting is to bo open to tho publican South Dakota and Smith, public and all aro Invited to attend. Tokio, April 20. The Cabinet .Washington, April 20. A formal Through action Thursday April Washington, April 20. Tho Democrat, South Carolina, urged ac yesterday decided there was no rea statement issued today by tho State ESSAYS OF SENIOR fourteenth, by tho Board of EducaColombian treaty growing out of the ceptanco of thoVjiact son to alter Japan's policy on tho Yap Department said Secretary Hughes partitioning of Panama was ratified CLASS ARE JUDGED tion of tho Louisville Methodist Conquestion because of the re - j "did not make and did not Intend ference, Logan College, RussollvIHo touay uy tno aonnto. it proviues ror ijkda I. T. A. TO GIVE u tiiu auujevb, m uitifiu twiy i uuumiuenuauons Tho essays written by Loubel Wil- and what has been known 03 tho xrio payment by the United states of ENTERTAINMENT HERE vein. 'Lut;i twuij. nuiu to tho Nlchl, Nlchl today, over regarding immigration" in liams, Helen Barnctt and Luther Tur John Lock6 School, Elkton, will Bo 325,000,000 to tho South American "ine ueciaion or tno Ministry will transmitting to Congress, reports ner, havb" beon decided tho best of brought under ono administrative Topubllc, but has yet to bo approved Tho dramatic talont of tho Bcda bo reported Friday at an extraordl - from American government agents the 9 written by members' of the Eng- head and broadened In ccopo by re- aby tho Colombia .Assembly. aoui.iuiimi 11111 nil nnrv tnonHnr. nt tho ninlnmntl" Ar1 nlirm.l dnnllnt. . , .. Hia mr,.n,ni f .., - ..w .uu UIU I UUIUIlb JL lish classic class, of Hartford High son of tho prospective $33,000,000 huwm uw.....,, wv...D Tho voto on ratification was 09 to sont n program of plays,jiegro , . I ' ' School. or 11 moro than tho necessary clalltles nnd music at tho CoHoro Au visory Council, tho newspaper adds. uiiugranis ir me unitcu atates. Christian Education appeal of thct was stated In an Associated Pres3' Tho Foreign Office said it could It The papers havo been sent to tho Mothodist Episcopal Church, South, majority, ditorium In Hartford, on Tuesday cv ' riatftlr.1i intiflfm iv ilnnit ttin fnvnn - (llSDatch laat nlplit that Mr ITutrlma University T)f Kentucky, where they from May 29 to Juno 6. Tho deci- 7.9ft - ' w.o.u.tbuFifteen Republicans and four Dom oln. Awrll e Ine "Port. ., ! fhad made s'ich a recommendation and will be Judgod in .competition with sion reached by tho education ... ocrats voted against ratification .' board. Tho Government deemed It wiso , ho also was quoted as saying that essays by High School students from will Victory for Hunting, be put Into effect following tho. Rubo" Orchostra of 7 pieces. Ad- not to mako any statement or com- - "our restriction on immigration the entiro state. Tha"" Hardine administration thru mi..inn or irnnnnAa next annual conference. n'ii. It would be Ya.p, T?Uo" ratification of the treaty won Its (HvIdod on B pontage basis between ! "l should be 30 rigid that these people Tho essays were passed on by Miss John Locke School, a training: be, published impossible for most of Mary Marks, English teacher and school for boys, by reason of tho acfirst fight lit tho Senate. Tho Pros! tho Dcda and Hartford P. T. Asso what has" been, or by mutual understanding between the to enter fie United States," messago to tho special ses- ciations. Prof. J.-Bruner, Principal of tho tion taken Thursday whon tho Board dent in a and American Governments e&co being made "especially 4p School. sion of the Sonato March 9, five days met nt Methodist Temple, Sixth St., . j menlans, Offlco officials declared. Jews, Persians and Rus- Miss Wllllams'-Jiubje- ct was "Why arid Broadway, will attahi tho after his inauguration, recommended PAYTO.V CHAPMAN. rank Publication locally of the corrc- - sians. I want to go to the University of Ken- of a ratification as "very holpful nt the Junior college and will bo known, spondonce on the question of man- As a ma ter of. fact that quotation tucky." Miss Barnett wrote a biograpresent time in promoting our Mr. J. M. Chapman and Mrs. Ora as tho Morton-,ElUot- t Junior College-D- r. 1 a paraphrase of-- a 'report phy of James Lane Allen and Mr. TurT) 9 t n .n friendly relationships." tU.n.n nmn ' iU dates has been followed by a chango appeared A. P. Lyon, president of Logan. a UiVk a 1UJIUII. lisli UL illbltClUJt 1U1UU (a At. newspapers, from the American consul at Tiflis ner wroto a review of James Lano ., ... ol lonB ln lue Japanese Thla rnpnmftpnilntlnn wna aunnle- .......i College, wlll become tho administraAmCrl i l PePle '" Allen's books. rented today by Senator Lodge ot'lne tho necessar? permit from the"' "m l,,nS tive head of both Institution?, each -among a number slml- Massachusetts, tho Republican loader County CIerk woro unlted ,n mar. of which, however, will be under a; y of the e I. bar Btran.nmted to the House "OLD KENTUCKY ,vho in reply to attacUs of Republican j rIag0 at tho 8heriir- - ottIee. nev. dean to be named later. Prof. Richsonoiors or tno progressive group, .Russell Walker, City, performed tho "TV. "... 7 . .L .? J.. . HOME" CAMPAIGN ard A. Foster head of tho former , inu uuuisiuua ui mo uy nir. nugnea aiier unairman jonn- iibi-- ui oiu declared ratification of tho pact was iiiutijutu iiica. John Locko School, announced at tho Allies In connection with the war with son, of tho House committee, had "part of a great national foreign and that Japan cannot rejly , ed for .Information on tho subject, Program Adopted To Aid In Securing meeting that ho had been called ta policy" contemplated by Presldont the chair of English sk C61umbta-UnlversltI?unds For Acquiring Ken to such a clarm, which mUBt come be--1 Publication of extracts from the Harding "toward our neighbors in tho INTERSCHOLASTIC fore tho Allied Supreme Council, of government reports was the 'subject tucky's Shrine. southern and eastern hemispheres." EVENTS MAY 6-- 7 , which Japan Is a member. In announcing the virtual union of of discussion today in the House. Forty Republicans wero Jolnodby I Tho Slate Executive "Old Ken the two schools, tho Rev. Dr. Lcont-d- as If the Powers decide to yield to Representative Chandler, Republican, twenty-nln- o Democrats In voting 'for Unlwrslty of Kentucky to llo Scene American Insistence on tho exclu - New York, who formerly was counsel tucky Home" GonimlsslonJias adoptRobinson, educational secretary ' ratification. Ono Republican, Pago, Of Athletic, Debating, Etc., sIon of Ynp from tho Japanese man- - in the United States for Letvla and ed a program to be carried out in the of the Louisville Conference, exVermont, and three Democrats, dato,- - the commentators say, Japan Lithuania took exception to an Tournament. effort to secure funds with which to plained that while Logan Colloge, for Shields, Tennessee; Owon, Oklahoma, would bo forced to bow flcial government report which said acquire Federal Hill and to perpetu-- ' women, had been a Junior collego and Walsh, Montana,, were paired in such al that Letts and Lithuanians seeking ate tho memory of Stephen Foster, for some tlmo, It was desired to deits favor. Two Republican senators, Tho Eighth Annual Interscholastic to Meantimedecision. tho newspapers believe to leave for tho United States were author of the world-famovelop in the conferenco a collego of song. Elklns, West Virginia, and Newborn' Tournament will bo held at the Uni- - 'itlikely Japan is reminding her Alllos, largely people from tho slums, tho 1st Churchman's day Is to bo similar rank for men and that tho Michigan, wero absent and not vot-ta- g, verslty of Kentucky on Friday and --19 Jl. it is cx- - of tho original" agreoment madeJrior,J vastnajorjty of them 'Views of tho May 8th., when ministers generally board felt that the Christian EducaSaturday, May'G-Tho Polndcxter amendment to cut pectcu mat it win uo tho largest tu mo enirjr m iao uniieu oiaics iiiio.unaisirame type." tie ueciarea mat are to. preach appropriate sermons; tion Movement would make ,this postournament of its kind lh tho history tbe war, under which Japan was to whoever made that report "conmuni- - Sunday School Superintendents to sible. One of the qualifications for , tho indemnity to Columbia from to $15,000,000 was supported of tho State. Heretofore, the tourna- - receive tho Pacific Islands north of cutcd to this government that which bring the matter before their schools a Junior collego is tho proceeds of an. and in both cases requested to take "endowment fund of not less than. by slxtcon Republicans and six Dem- ment has beon confined to track ath- tho equator, and also of tho fact that is absolutely false." "I do not believe that Mr. Hughes collections for the fund. $100,000 and $105,000 is the tentaocrats. Tho latter woro Dial, South letics, and high schools of tho State Japan abandoned Important desires 2nd May 9th Is to bo School Chil- tive "allotment for the former John. Carolina; McKollar Tennesseo; Reed, have been Invitell to send teams to during tho Peace Conference in tho authorized this or any similar report,' Principals- - and super- LockeSchool In tho $33,000,000 apsaid Mr. Chandler. "It came from dren's day. Missouri; Simmons, North Carolina; competo in tho contests. This year interest of harmony. m abroad. Mr. Hughes Is too bi; and intendents aro to be furnished with peal. Logan College Is seeking $210,- - , Florida, and Watson, the scope of tho tournament has been Trammoll, d to consent to anything material and suggestions as to pro- 000. Russeilville and Elkton aro only greatly broadened through tho addi- HARTFORD HIGH SCHOOL Georgia. grams for exercises on this day.. slxteen miles apart. HONOR ROLL FOR APRIL of that kind." Twenty-tw- o Republicans nnd sev- tion of Interscholastic Debate and Chairnan Johnson said ho thought Post cards,, will also be furnished other features. The late Dr, David Morton, fath , enteen Democrats supported Senator Tho program for tho track events Students of tho local high school Mr. Hughes had read all of tie re- which are to be sold by tho children. er of David Morton, poot and former-LoulsvlWndsworth's amondmont to prohibit 'on-gre3rd May 10th has been designatnewspaper man, who was Colombian troops and warships from will begin at 4:00 o'clock, p. m., Fri- on the April honor roll, aro as fol- ports beloio sending them to and that he knew that he had ed as Woman's Club Day. The clubs tho founder of both institutions, Is using tho canal In a war against a day, May G. Invitations havo been lows: signed the letter of transmittal. are requested to take the matter up one of those after whom tho new jun-'-l- or nation with which tho United States sent to all accredited high schools in Frc&luncn Geneva Goff, Hallle Representative Siegel,' Republican and secure Tndicidual contributions, college Is named. The other I was at peace. Prominent among tho the Stato for both track and field Belle Allen, Cora Hogerman, Samuel New York, Interrupted to say that arranging a special and appropriate Thomas Elliott, of Lafeyette, Ky. that Republican supporters of this amend- events. It is I MHIer. Kathryn Williams, Marline Sir. Hughes disned the letter In tho program, whore-evfVfv possible. Logan College Is tho only Metho... . ment was Senator Knox, Pennsylva- as 4th May 11th Is to be Moving dist School for girls in Kentucky. usual couri , among the Democrats, Hitch- take part in t$ese ovents. Tho events if nia, and ha L TSh' Mr. Johnson said If there was to Picture Day. This feature of the The Rev. Dr. A. K. Kasey.Hop-klnsvlll- o, cock, of Nebraska, ranking minority will bo as follows: 100 yard dash.A,nnabo'1 lon uljfj KatWeen be a .Usyuto about tho matter, ho program Is to bo managed directly chairman of the Board oC Relations trial heat. 8 men to qualify; 120-lMinomber of tho Foreign would send to tho State Department from Louisville. In addition to pub- Education for the conference, presidyard high hurdle, trial heat, 4 men "or' "u,!?rt L,ndI"y:, Committee. to qualify; 220 yard dash, trial heat, Qrvll 0 t,M11,m ,, ,. Deiiniiuocd by Progressives. p.,H for all of tho reports, but that be licity slides which are furnished, the ed over the proceedings. Anfongf """ 8 mon to qualify; 220 yard low hur-- J ",""""'Alfred "" ""- - Sallle thought it would bo bad Judgment to picture houses havo been asked to others who attended, besides Dk. Tim final voto ended eight days of ... ..-1 Duke, .. ..... Soimomores . ..... . do so. i contribute a certain portion of their Eyon and Dr. Robinson, aro tho Ror-debate, tho treaty by agreoment hav- fiiM irini ii our a mnn rn niiiini,' Williams, Ersel Bennett, Emily Mr. Chandler agreed with hiia and receipts on this day. R. B. Grlder, Louisville; Thomas S. Tho preliminaries for tho field Laura up by tho Senate Im ing beentaken Bell, Qtls Ashby, Luther Turner and the discussion was closad. 5th May 12th, Is "My Old Ken Waller, Morganfleld; the Rev J. S mediately after the convening or tho events will also bo held on Friday Hulbort Crowder. tucjcy norne uay. rnis is to oe Chandler, Elkton; Prof. R. V. BenCongress In extraordi- afternoon at 4:00 o'clock- - on Stoll h Juniors! Ella Henry, "Mary Llnd- made one of tho most Important con- nett, Columbia; William Bryan, nary session. Opponents of ratifica- field, and tho events will be as fol- lcy, Ernestyno Ralph, Gola Bonnett. McllENRY HIGH SCHOOL TO GRADUATE I1IG CLASS tained in the program, and will covJ. N. Weathers, Elkton; j; tion, composed largely of what i lows: Polo vault, trials C men la . Seniors Flora Rhoads, Sallye er a wide range of activities. Parti- H. Dickey, Louisville; known in tho Senate us the Prjgres-elf- b qualify; shot put, trial, G men to Shultz, Margaret King ariN Freeman theJter. J--G. Tho McHenry, or rathor the Cen culars will be given later. Askln, Lebanon; tho Rev. B. W. Republican group, were vigor- .qualify; high 'Jump, trials, 6 men to , , Gth May 13, is to be designated Napier, Louisville, J. W. Linton, Rustral Park Graded and High School, trial, 6 men scnapmire. ous in their denunciation of the pact qualify; Javol!n--throwIs to release quite a Jarge class of as "Stephen Foster" day. We should seilville and Edward Hill, Cnmpbell- at the discussion. They declar- to qualify. thniout PROF. J. F. BRUNER at the close "of the present show our appreciation of the dear vllle. 'The flnals-l- h track will bo held at i ed that its acceptance would place a GOES TO AUBURN graduates term, there being nine who will have old song and the memories it awaksir.ln on the name of Theodore Roose- 1:30 p. m., Saturday May 7, and will four-yeOFF "FISIIIN" course, as ens, tho song of Kentucky that will completed tho velt, would bo n useless squander of consist of the following events t Prof. J. F. Bruner, for four ypars 100-yalive forever. And we should do It dash, finals; mile run; principle of tho Hartford Graded and follows: jiuVic money,, and would amount to - Rowan - by getting many substantial contribu Dr. J. W. Taylor?.Holbrook. Wallace G. Smith, Louise E. Madcompliance with "A blackmail de- 220 yard dash, finals; 120 yard, high High School, hasy accepted the su- dox, Mary E. Brown, Mary E. Ashby, tions for the fund to purchase the John Meadows, Cecil TIclienor and d d run; mand on tho part of Colombia." "Se- hurdlo, finals; of a like school nt porlntendency Mary E. Craddock, Lesta Tall Owen, old homestead as a shrine to honor Walter Westerfleld, City, left Wed ' run, "20 yard low hurdles, fi- Auburn, for tho coming year. nator Lodge, who with Senator-- . ' Craddock, America Johnson, not only "My Old Kentucky Home," nesday by way of automobile and one Ida-3jnals; relay racn. North Palcota; Borah, Is to receive a sub- Pearl Prof. Bruner but ''Swanee River." "Nelllo Was a trailer for Taylor's Lako, Butler Tho final Held ovents will be held stantial Increase in remuneration, in and Irene Martin. Brandegee, Connecticut, and Eall, to do a Lady," and other airs so universally County, near Cromwell, p. 4n, Saturday May 7, as then a senator from Now Mexico, at 1:30 his now field of labor, moro than .. A CORRECTION near our hearts. This is to be a day week's fishing 'twlxt said dato and joined In annd verso report against follows: Pole Vault, fliiab; shut put, possible for the local BoardNto payj when business men and women are midnight Saturday, tho they aro. not tho treaty as negotiated in tho For- finals; high Jump, finals' discus under present difficult arrnngoments orror, in asked and expected to busy, them- expecting to leave said lake until By somo unexplatnable eign Rqlatlons Committee In 1917, throw, finals; broad Jump, finals; authorizing the levy nnd collection mentioning tho announcement of Mr. selves jo a certain extent, in help- late In the evening following the last His Javelin throw, finals. led tho fight for ratification. of taxes for school purposes. a candldato for the ing to secure funds., In short every- date above mentioned. Believe that Tho program for tho combined change along with that of other Re aro Felix Shaver as Prof. Bruner and Mrs. Bruner opposition to Tournamejit wllf bo printed and ayaH- - to leave Hartford for their new home! Republican- nomination for Magis- body Is asked to mako,thls tho big Holbrsok Is to be the official cook, publican senators from hence the other fishermen induced tho Centertown District, las( day of ihe campaign. tho original treaty to advocacy of t able tor schools In a short tlmo. En- - sometime In June, and they go with trate Inwo May14th is Tag Day, Tags Dr. Taylor to accompany the. party, had him announced as a pact, was ono of tho Jry blanks for tho Interscholastic tho best wishes of a host of friends week, tho amonoed with- In aufflcienMuantltlos ore to be sup- tho we wouldn't' have thought that lioints of attack by tho progressive Track meet must bo In tho hands of made during tho four year's sojourn candidate for said nomination in tho third district, wh,en it should plied from Headquarters in Louis- tho wily old poctor would have al Professor S. A. Boles by April 30, among,! our people, Republican group. havo been in the second, the old Cen- ville. Young girls aro to be organiz- lowed himself to bo thusly caught. Supporters of ratification declarod 1921. Tho University Is making ar- tertown district In which there was ed nnd kept on tho stroots and other 'We havo consulted with friends of troaty would lmprovo tho rangoments to tako caro of tho large MARRIAGE INCENSES that tho one goes tho party vand havo arranged for a of visitors expected. Lawrenco Huff, Narrows, to Fan- no change made when the County was public places, to see that no v relations of tho United States with! number relief expedition to bo sont out this untagged. recently apportioned. Besides the Intorscholastlc Track nie Keith, Horse Branch. . American republics, would sat- X.atln Tho work of securing funds for evening or early tomorrow morning. o by Co- -, Meet" and the Intorscholastlc Dobatos, . Tom Mldklff, Narrows to Clara isfy demands equitably made METHODISTS TO GIVE this project is highly commendable ' Pntton,' Hartford, Route 1. lombla, and would aid tho United more win uo an ussay writing PUBLIC SALE. ANOTHER SOCIAL npd should reflect tho true Kentucky I tootvhlch McIIenryi H. 1. quest for olly is being participated In by In tho world J. M. Chapman, I will offer for salo at the late spirit. Let every ono hoipjvho can, . a largo nuinbr of schools- - Tho to Ora Payton, McHenry, P.. 1. In connection with tho last argu-of Mrs, M. E. Lawst Hartford, will give and there aro but few who cau't do Tho local Methodists ad- - nor of tho Essay Contest will bo unGeorgo Wright, llorton, toVallra Senator Lodgp In th,ft-flr- t Routo.1, Saturday April 23. 1921, all their second social at tho Church something. . Wilson, Itoslno. dress of tho dobato, read a letter from nouncod May 6. basemont, Friday evening, April 29 All funds collected and donated of tho personal property oflrs. M. Tho Intorscholastlc Tournament Is ficcrota-rof tho Interior Fall, former E. Laws, doceased, consisting of, ap- within Ohio Cpunty,. should bo turnFollowing aro tho committees KGGS a feature of the now Dopartmonlf of senator from New Mexico, urging From this date until the dosa of pointed to havo charge of tho pro ed over or forwarded to Miss Marga- household and kitchen furniture, as essential to the sue- - Jnlverslty Extension cooperating with Tatlflcatlon Llvo Stock, ret Marks, Treasurer, Hartford, Ky., fnrmlnu Implements, tho season I will, sell all of my Jlar- - gram jjnd entortalnment: cessful competition of tho United . tho Department pf Uiflvorslty Exton-StatProgram, Mtesoa Elizabeth Moore, or It moro convenient and prefera- Wagon, Buggy, Harness, etc. Great Britain In obto.lu- - slon cooperating with tho Department red ltock eggs at $1.50 for 1G; or with U. S. CARSON, Admr., Wlnnlo D.Slmmerman and Mr B. B, ble, forward direct td GeneralJIead-juartor- s, of English and tho Department of $1.00 for IB If taken at tho house ng Colombian oil concessions. 42t2 Estato Mrs. M. E. Laws, dee'd. Louisville Ky. Games and stunts, Mrs. B WILSON, Mclutoer; JNO. B. tf Democratic senators for tho most Physical Education, or TREATY . part refrained from discussion, tV firin wnat-accordl- ng w- .... .... ....... tw.o-th!r- ..,1.'l,nrlB. ,,..' ..'.' v.huiuUIU, ""' refer-Japanes- e F. n A 'A tt--..- ..i "f!!, f,?"01,6 coent ";," ui T.. I f Z.. ,7 ny . - - T, ?2G,-$00,0- 00 noble-braine- lle ss 1 .nVniVmrV..r .' '' Tu''oml T M"r?T ' Tto,f "" ' er "" - Sixty-sevent- Ra-sellv- illo; ar rd 440-yar- 330-yar- o; jth ' A -- ' uqn-Stat- es rcsi-den- ce wln-me- '. es . LKCai ...EARS FAVOR ovor 100,000 bales. This cotton tho sea Island cotton, to which It is Report Slums linker Permitted Guilty To Take Rack Product, believed to bo practically equal. It Is a long staplo cotton, which is used IT $cksc HVlembers To Intro- - for nutomobllo tiro fabrics, balloon Washington, April 1G. "Wo conalrplnno fabrics, and for other and 3uce Bill For specialized purposes. Tho demn tho War Department for fallhglhly Secretary of Agriculture has estnb-- , ing to take steps to procure the prosllshcd grado standards for this cot ecution of those responsible for sellton which have boon accepted and' ing to tho government rotten fish, "WaifaliiKton, April 18. That tho aro generally used by tho cotton Irado and especially wo condomn thoso can-ne- rs THE UNIVERSAL CAR TSSX rsmliUnj; :& bonus or tho who woro guilty of supplying for this cotton. poisonous food tor tho use of our of tho United Statos TrSss ifcrTufl Jn4ho World War will bo The Ford Runabout. Surgeons agreo that in cases ot soldiers as greater ene'ruMes to our and bo Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the country than tho enemies xmtetraduccil immediately against xtu&eS .to ftanl passage Is tho first treatment Is most Important. whom our soldiers wero fighting." The Ford Runabout needs no advertising. About all wd have .of Republican leaders. Thus docs a belated report ot tho When onetflclcnt antlsoptlc Is applito do is to tell you we can supply the demand with something like XKsJUll proposes to meet the ed promptly, thero Is no danger of House Select Committee on Expendipromptness and the selling is over. We have nevefbeen able to uibltoatlon to these veterans Infection and tho wound begins to tures In tho War Department furTk&yannnllni; to them (or their choice heal at once. For use on man or ther arraign tho conduct of that deget enough from the factory to meet the demand and do not supzucr &bb "' tour soparato and distinct beast, Dorozone is tho Ideal antisep- partment by Secretary Baker during pose we ever will get enough. There are more than four million Briefly Hirers cX.nunnnBratlon. tic and healing agent. Buy It now tho conflict. It brings out tho folfive hundred thousand Ford cars in operation today, and of this aro: and bo ready for an emergency. Price lowing facts: number about three hundred thousand are in foreign countries, the. pay, or $1 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by 3L .Adjusted service In 1918 the United States Food rest right here in America, but we have one hundred and five to m Administration Instructed the salmar Hoy lor each day's liomo service Ohio County Drug Co. one hundred and ten millions of people and it looks from the way mon canning industry to preserve n mm itutS 41J2S tor ech day's overseas service shirias the war, in excess ot 60 CLAIM AMERICA OWKS FRANCE certain percentage of their pack. In demand comes in that we will have to sell that many Runabouts '"tho military or naval forces Uffl5v this It developed that a large perbefore we can satisfy that demand. oC tttie United States between April In a centage of spoiled fish was found. Following the publication It is one great, little utility. It fits into every man's wants, rjj, 3.517 nnil July 1, 1919, said sum, French paper some time ago of the Therefore, tho entire lot was gone from the physician to the worker in the factory, from the country than $500 to be paid in 10 claim that tho United States had nev-- ovorrso that tho spoiled lot might be blacksmith to the millionaire railroad owner, from the contractor tifjnJ quarterly installments, and if paid back "tho money borrowed returned. Thero were approximately Sssu 'Gam $500 In quarterly lnstall- - from France at the time of tho war 1,195,000 cases ot salmon, which, and his employees to the millionaire sporting man's entourage, altnrafcs vl 550 conditioned that tho of tho Revolution, the matter was valued at $7.10 per case, amounted most as necessary these days as the handkerchief. HuaiR-riirricpay shall not exceed brought up In tho senate. Senator to $8,490,180. The report says: pay JgSH9 and the overseas-servic- e The courso of action upon the part Gaudln do Vlllalne stated thatLouIs sfisH atct xixceed ?C25 to any one XVI had lent to America 800,000,-00- 0 of the War Department in connection UREST31 francs, which at three per cent with tho purchase ot the 1918 pack of salmon and the contract entered 2. .Adjusted sorvlco certificate interest would now amount to BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY S&tK, artdch Increases the adjusted enough to pay into with tho packers with reference francs to its return would indicate gross Ifsjy jswrfce 4T) iper cent, allows 4 all that France owes to the United SyKrcrtit jior annom, compound Inter- States and England. Other senators fraud upon the part of the packers upon, the Scan, 'ftjr 20 jreor3, tho whole amount took tho ground that tho deb had and pathetic tenderness BajjaieiBijponJlTO death of the paid and uttered a warning that part ot the officials of the War Debeen and against which such claims might disturb the cor- partment toward those who sought may borrow 90 per !S2w applicant It is Inexcusable oven dial relations between the two coun- to defraud. cas&ssl tire ilittal amount due, includ-il- I tries. The treasury at Washington in time of war for the War Departtzttcr&it, from the third to the investigated tho matter a year ago ment to accept canned salmon that atliJS year Inclusive and 80 per cent and found records of the rapaywent If eaten by our soldiers would have SENATE CUT a common thing and that immoral CHINA WILL HAVE OUT tDsE'JC.sjiy.tlme between tho fifth and of the sum, tho last instalment be probably resulted in their death, estheatrical posters are displayed all AIR .MAIL SERVICE 41 COMMITTEES over largo cities. Ho also called TSvzai2lat.ii years. ing paid in 1815. The total amount pecially In view of the fait that the ZL 7ycational-tralnln- g aid, whic' borrowed from France, It was said, War Department had noticed that the street costumes ot tho women ImShanghai, April 1G. RepresentaSajwSJEsvtar the payment of $1.75 per vms $6.25,500. rotten fish were being packed. Tho Economy In Money and Time Will moral, and warned that the tendency, tives of tho aeronautical department canners who packed it Rnowfng that HirsrttcT each day's service by tho if not stopped, would lead tho counBring Lcgislnthc Body a conrse of vocational IjAW it was Intended to be eaten by our T try to degenoracy and decay ns In of tho Poking Government wero in Up to Date. SUES UNDER Shanghai thru tho first weeks of tho payment not to exceed soldiers should have been brought total tho case of ancient Rome. The king new year to arrange for tho erection 33 before n firing squad; that jxct cent r adjustment service Farrell & Co., of Omaha, Nebr., Washington, April 16. By elimi- of Sweden during his visit at Paris of an aerodrome and atthat'timo it went to a theater and was so Indighave brought suit against the Corn have been a mild method ot dealing nating forty-on- o obsolete committees was announced that tho proposed nlr . IFannwrnomo aid, the amount Products Refining Co., of Chicago with them, but the War Department of nant at the appearnnco ot nudo wothe Senate, along with their ex mall sorvlco between Shanghai and i332osl?iy the Government for such and Argo, 111., under a decision by knowing the fact aid not even ask men on the stage that ho left at onco. tho capital would bo established by niH&rjraMs to "be 40 per cent higher Federal Judge Hand in New York that they bt prosecuted under tho pense, tho Republicans of that body have established a record of real May tho first. tfianiljE adjusted service pay. VILLA HELPS FIGHT REISELS "" which held the refining concern a available criminal laws. economy. I Thoso actively In chargo of tho n Cvaccaing the Justice of this combination in restraint of trade and Some of the 41 commlttoea to be tasto, dizziness Dad breath, bitter Una Jduty In meet It, if It can i violator of the Sherman anti-truGoing along as a spectator with tho plans for tho air mall sorvlco aro Col. Ens anal wlinout Injustico to the pub-Uf- c, law. Under the law anyone who suf- and a general "no account" feeling is abolished under this program would federal forces on an expedition F. V. Holt, who was loaned to tho seem to be of considerable Import- against 'oyjiclnsivtly follows. tho rebel Arrlcta brothers, Chlncso Government by Great Brl- fers from such an unlawful combine a sure sign of a torpid liver. Herblne ance. Their functions will 'bo ab- Francisco Villa, tho TSj'fcai TcTii It cost and how tvIU that .s s the medicine needed. It makes the retired rebel ,ta,n nnd who ho,ds tho Pst of advisor entitled to treble tho amount of CHja.3")iHn:r3bijted thruout tho liver active, vitalizes the blood, regu- sorbed by the various other commit- chief, could not refrain from taking to tho aeronautical department, and ,. damages. lates tho bowels and restores a fine tees. In this list must bo included part when tho action began. Ho Col Tcheng Hung, chief of military the terms of the bill? feeling of energy and cheerfulness. tho committees on Crnadlan rela- called on his few aids and rushed In- affairs of tho aeronautical departSt 3s not difficult to arrive at the Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County tions, the census, coast defenses, to tho conflict on the federal side, ment. znisMiitni icost, the amount that would Aerodromes aro to bo established m conservation, fisheries, industrial ex- and his skill and bravery woro so Drug Company. tercyaifl ly ie Government if positions, Pacific railroads, and tho military and naval service great that tho rebels wero quickly at Poking, Tientsin, Tslnnaufu, Mach-owfcommittee on railroads and woman Nanking and Shanghai, and a REINSTATEMENT IS B&aScO. to It should avail himself of beaten. numbor of thoso wero being orectod OFFERED DR. WINNES suffrage. Wa .provisions of the adjusted Eleven committees dealing with In February. It was announced thnt jplan, generally described as MUST NOT FIX PRICKS By JONATHAN BRACE it the air mall service proves success1c3Stnzxgti plan, and the maximum cost, Lexington, Ky., April 16. That expenditures in the various execuV. CONNECTICUT ful after tho first six months "tho cro- Dr. Harry C. Wlnnes, who yesterday tive departments, and with examinaJE Kireir one entitled thereto should Perhaps after a few more -. nautlcal department will establish a was freed at Harlan of the charge of tion Into the civil service aro abolhave been punished for aswitr Sac dho adjusted sorvcle CONNECTS having murdered Miss Lura Parsons, ished, and in their place a single generally referred to as tho and controlling prices they will passenger sorvlco from Shanghai to unique as probPine Mountain school teacher, can small committee on "expenditures In learn tho lesson. Flvo big litho- Poking and it also planned to estabvcrcrtlficatc plan. ably the first have his old position on the state vet- the executive departments" Is creat- graphic concerns In New York which lish air routes linking Shanghai and state which was anu otnors who llvo at a erinarian staff anytime he wants it, ed, with Senator McCormick as chair make a largo part of tho cigar bands Peking with Chunking and nthor cen"Panaurs created in tho was tho statement of Dr. W. H. Sim- man. COstssea from a drug storo should labels for this country wero tak- ters in tho romoto Intorlor in Szcch-ue- n world by a writTho other committees abolished, or and province and routes to Hongmons, state veterinarian, here to house a bottlo-D- t Ballard's en into court tho other day and enlS&4.al2io ten constitution. kong and to Canton alos aro boing night. Ho said, however, that Dr. merged with larger committees,, are joined under tho Sherman anti-truStojw XMimeat. It may be needed It was really an offshoot from Wlnnes had asked for a brief time as follows: Massachusetts, for In 1030 there law from laying down a fixed scale planned. ali say tSme for cute, wounds, a sores, Additional accommodations for tho was dissatisfaction over the form to rest up from the strain of being of prices. aprrlzs.ar rheumatism. It is of government among the Purl-tan- s under the serious charge for several Library of Congress, Senator Simand penetrating remedy. mm STIRRED UP INDIANS mons, chairman; Canadian relations, in Cambridge, Watertown GREAT OIL GUSHER FOUND. months and to decide what his future 2citasi3c. 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Senator Halo, chairman; census, Senand Dorchester, tho three towns m course would be. SiaRt :&r Oliio County Drug Co. Two real estate men ot Riverside, surrounding Boston. A largo A well shooting oil 100 feet high Calif., wero Indicated by tho federal "Wr. Wlnnes can have his old po ator Sutherland, chairman; coast and part of these three towns, thereInsular survey Senator Edge, chair and producing 1500 barrels of oil a grand Jury on V3S3L. WOOD IS TO sition on the state veterinarian staff a chargo of "alienatfore, decided to Journey to tho JIEAI) UNIVERSITY day has been reported at Fort Nor- ing tho confidence of the Indins In tho any time he wants It," said Dr. Sim- man; coast defenses, Senator Connecflcut valley, as they had chairman; conservation, man, which is Just 400 miles south ot U. S. mons. "I was delighted when I reThey had or Government." heard that there was to be .found Smith of South Carolina, the Arctic ocean and 500 iiJicr his return from tho Phlllp-ERsa- c ceived a telegram, from him over- Senator mile3 east ganized and enlisted tho Mission In- excellent farm land, n'nd the chairman; corporations In the Dis- of the Alaskan border. Tho placo.dlans Xi&i&ds, where ho goes with W. lay announcing the action of the HarDutch from New Netherlands In an organization and. Induc-wa- s trict of Columbia, Senator Pomerene had been forced out the previous reached from Fort Yukon by way ed thorn to go on a "strike" against itl. &3T&U3, former governor-genera- l, lan prosecutor In dismissing and exyear by the erection by tho EngtswSsTKiisate condition there, MaJ.-Cmonerating him in a public statement. chairman? Cuban relations, Senator of the Red river. Undo Sam. lish of a fort at Saybrook at tho )")r. Hiram Johnson, chairman; disposiXionard Wood will become "Several days ago I asked tion of useless papsro, Senator Walsh mouth of tho river. The CamIjraadeat of the University ot Wlnnes If. he wanted to return to tho bridge people, under the leaderof Montana, chairman; engrossed Ho will go on tho army staff of tho Hate veterinarian when bills, ship of their pastor, Hooker, Senator Overman, chairman; list. In tho Philippine Investl-jQilw- a finally cleared. He said thaf ho was founded Hartford, the DorchesDD fisheries, Sonator Newberry, chairIwtn .men will have equal he wnnted a ihort time to rest up ter people settled Windsor, and Question of upon his future conr30 ' man; Fivo Civilized Tr'bes, Senator and to decide those from Watertown estabOwen, chairman; forest reservations, thu islanders will bo nns- .. lished Wethersfleld. For a few TVJtxnX &3 lhat tho administration can years they remained a part of disor- Senator Hitchcock, chairman; geoloFor tho stomach and bowel gical survey, Senator Smith of ArizoMassachusetts, but early in 1C39 ttixzt &s Inturo policy. ders of babies McGeo's Baby Elixir is Black-Draugvears ht . in our- - family, D tho people of theso threo towns acts na, chairman; Indiana dopredaflons, D and I have never have used It a remedy ot genuine merit. found any medicine that could take its D Senator Myers of Montana, chairmet and drew up a written conquickly, is pure wholesome and pleasstitution and agreed to govern ant to tako. Prlco 2Cc and GOc por man; Industrial expositions, Senator 11 FOR FLETCHER'S themselves. Meanwhile, in 1038, nr'Z,hhf nSca Ru"ie.rfordCou.,ty farmer, recommends Black- Pittman, chairman; to Investigate' bottfa. Sold by Ohio County a large company of colonists una medicine that should be kept in trespasses on Indian lands, Senator house- m der the leadership of John Davm Ashurst, chairman; Mississippi river, -- enport arrived from England and JiKlV COTTON INDUSTRY Senator Ransdoll chairman? nationsettled the town of New Haven, SUGGEST ''ROOSEVELT STATE" al banks, Senator Kellogg, chairman; later spreadlug to MUford and April 18. Provision Pacific Islands, Sonator Fall, chairStamford. These two distinct nuraa entirely now cotton Industry In Tho Mitchell, S. Dak., chamber ot man; Pacific railroads, colonies wero luter united nud Senator urges that tho "state name UnlloQ Statas Is to bo protected convmorco. cba took tho name, of Connecticut ThomaB, chairman; Phllllpplnes, pri fo-ixMbo changed to Roosevelt. reported by tho Houso Com-irc- a It this was vate land claims, public from its prluclpal river. This Is health, rail.on Agriculture which Inserts BLACK-DRAUGHdono North Dakota could be ronamr roads, revolutionary nu Algouquln Indian name meanclaims, standjtt, Van 'ow.ton futures act, properly ing "loug river." It became tho ed Dakota, they'suggest. Roosovplt's ards, weights and measures, transllfth stuto to Join tho Union oarly llfo was associated ctftisaafcriuK rndea a now section with tho portation routes to D tho seaboard, when it adopted tho Constitution t what Is now known as Dakotas. ."'U01!0? transportation and sale of meat pro- H declared. "It is the "vcr and doqs the work" Mr. Stacy on January U, 1788. It Is borne-time- s I, one wo the.. best moriirinpe i Yt tojricaii.W.y.IiUan Cotton. vt H rm ducts, universities of tho United 7 i" frlf1 nH li, .,t i called tho Land of Steady c3aiamencHi In 1901 tho Depart- i aorri Know what we wou d do in our Jack What kind of a fellow Is States. Habits, but Is more popularly !t raatrt. xf Agriculture oxpoiimentod It has saved us many fiiiS." Blinks? ior Blafck-Draugknown us tho Nutmeg state from mm see how WTjfct.Kind (luvolnpod varieties of Egyp- ' TO REGULATE DRKSH. Hill Well, ho Is one of thoso foltho humorous nccusutlou thut i KnOW A a rwllnhlp any family can hardly go without It. Jinrl cn1nn,IM .4 I ttiim h tton which could bo produo Us peddlers wero uccustoiued to lows who always grabs the stool whon Black"Drau8llt WcMynd arn palm off wooden nutmegs to :: thora Is a piano to bo moyod. pi jbq ; commercial scale in tho lr- neveMSoutit!'rCCOmmend Tho modern tendency of women to their customers. Tho area of aSsntuiijPnlo!u ot Arizona and Call- t.he wearing of abbreviated costumes At all druggists. iwnuucticut is 4,ikkj square tSisaila. Timing the season ot 191 G Bud Well, Jim, I see you are has gone so "far that tho government miles, tho third smallest of our '', 2ziTff ficorarow n 3,300 ba.la of Ed Simmons to becomo an has decided to take a hand. A bill states. Its population, however. iKaiMeVerlutfoe; In 1917, 15,200 bales aviator. has been prepared fprparliament Im v eutltlcs It to seven electoral Xa. msGfttM bales; In 1319, 42.- Dick Yes, I havo taught him .ev- posing severe penalties on tho rlsquo votes for president. l.Bl hI&G liales, mm &w the season, of 1920 ( by UcClur erything I know and he's still an dress. One sonator declared that the Nowiyaper Syndicate.) 'gaorant fool. JJiXi estimated flm't tho. production is woman on tho stage has bociimo nudo SSfiOS M VETERANS except tho best Egyptlnn varieties and superior in character to almost all other cottons grown In tho world ls'CONGRES CONDEMNS , .j, jjtuE4 kjt nAr. r .1 ... atu jju ifm Itii C3 , ' j, -- -- ud e or o BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY vet-asua- traln-5feKX- ne ANTI-TRUS- S, st V''ssrrsrr. every-wcEstiaie- iie ser-"J2a- ar The Our States N4 Story of u, corti-Etcnas- st r e. Penn-OKSraai- a. nl onnnflflDDnnDDnwnnnnnDDPDnnn gq g Colds g a Headache "Fr 3MIdren Cry OASTO R A Drug-Compan- y, g. a &Sasateto THEDFORD'S T B S S H g g Tf 'T'? ,J ht. ,,IJli Accept No Imitations a ir"-- TO FIGHT ILLITERACY THROUGH LEGISLATION . x physically defective, and It is Insisted that 90 pqr cent of tho defects could havo been removed by Intelligent training as to hygleno and simple diseases during childhood. Of tho total draft, 700,000 wero Illiterates. With our boys "Bailed to tho colors, the ages being from Just 20 to Just nbovo 30, out of 700,000 woro Illiterates: These facts tiro startling and " should shock our national conscience. Let US' turn to tho present conditeaching body of the Unit-- , tion of-tcd States Tho averago pay of teachers does not exceed $050 a year. One hundred, thousand are less than 20 years of age; 30,000 havo oneducation; 200,-00- 0 ly a grammar-schoo- l have less than a bo-lo- w ho high-school Tho minister of health has ruled that any sort of bathing suit will suit at tho English bathing boaches. Tho Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., April 1G Washington, April 1C Important govornmont has no concern as to steps In Iho direction of providing that tobacco growers of whether they nro decent or Indecent, hotter educational facilities for tho ho'sald; tho matter Is one to bo gov- the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federawith a tobacco plantcntlro country will bo worked out hy erned by tnst-flpublic opinion. A tion afflllato tho Ilepuhllcan leaders of tho House report had been circulated that ers' association and urging a tobacco and Sonato during tho new Congress. skirts would havo to reach within conference bo called In Owensboro by It Is tho Idea of tho committees on three Inches of tho knee, hut tho gov- May 1st to organize a education of tho Congress, that tho ernment decided to loavo the mat-t- marketing association, the special tonight concluded its Infacta wnrraut the ennctment of remo-dlto tho women's own senso of committeo vestigation and prepared its report legislation. They call attention propriety. for tho stato federation. to the fact that In tho United States Tho decision cajno rather unexpectnt tho present tlmo aro 3,200,000 COAL MINE DEATHS DECREASE edly',' as last night It soomed that they white Illiterates, and 2,130,000 ncgn woro hopelessly at variance, with a Illiterates. There aro 5,000,000 In 1920 thoro wero 2,260 men killresidents of tho country ed In tho coal mines out of a total of fow favoring adjourning to assomblo who cannot read or wrlto English. 775,000 employed. This Is tho low-o- again a month hence. Tho commita written report iln Two millions cannot read or wrlto record In tho history of tho in- tee prepared any language. Three and a half dustry in this country. ItT Is a de- which they Indorsed tho Tobacco millions cannot speak or write Kng crease of 67 fatalities from 1919, Planters' Association, now being or according to tho plans and llsh. when 765,000 men woro employed. ganized by under tho direction of Felix O. Ewlng Tho financial loss ostlmated There was also In 1920 an Increaso men well Informed aa a rocult of Il- In coal production of 18 per cent ov- of Qlenraven, Tenn. The committeo Indicates that tho plans of this or literacy alono Is 1825,000,000 an er 1919. ganization aro not Just what they. nually. want, but evidently take the view Tho Director of Mines and Mining i(,nw,i.y Air.tiTivn recently showed that out of a mll- -' th ll ls Dettor t0 ra" ,n wltn Swing's DEPORTATION MISSING 0 organization ana trust to tne'iuturo Hon mon employed In tho mines, to make necessary changes in the woro foreigners, and 460,000 16. The forty-fivDetroit, April could not speak English. - Ho R- radicals who wero awaiting deporta- plans than it would bo to start a now Inetributed 1,000 deaths and 150,000 tion and who have disappeared from organization. It Is set forth that there Is now no juries In tho mines annually to Il- Detroit, woro not under bonds, but literacy. parole of a committee of organization In the stemming, Green were under districts, and of tho Industrial nccldents citizens named by Louis F. Post, River and that occur annually are attributed to former assistant secretary of labor. it recommended that n meeting bo May - illiteracy, It was announced hero today by lo- held at Owensboro not later than 18, to organlzo there and that this orTho first draft In the recent war cal Immigration authorities. ganization, when formed, shall afflll- disclosed tho startling fact that T uno nunureu anu nuy ruiuc.us of thoboys called to tho col- rested in tho Department of Justice jnto wlth tho organization in this ter- -' rltory. ors woro Illiterates. wero raids hero January Between 25 and 30 per cont wero to obtain bonds and last June ml or al Facts Warrant Laws For Better Facilities In Every State and putting on tho long whlto coat of turgcon tho plumber Bcrowot! his stock to tho rod and aftor flvj minutes of work succeeded In removing It. While tho roil had traversal tho body it had hi'led to penetrate any vital organ, and tho patlont lived n - SALES LEAGUE PLAN FAVORED DY GROWERS all than to' keop oternally preaching tho gospel against tho useless, the careless, yes tho Criminal Careless wastage wrought by tho destruction froni fire. TO 'Ffc- Contents 15 Fluid Draoftm PERM1T ANY IIATIHNG Bliir Tobacco Men To Meet May Urg- - , 18th, Report. ed in on DEVELOP PALESTINE acci ?EStNct i CASTOR! For Infants and Childrqg. Telegraph and telephone systems, railroads, water-work- s, highways and harbors will bo rapidly developed In Plestlno as soon as tho league of na- t'ons approves of the English mandato over that country. This was announced by tho high commissioner, Herbert Samuel, who said a government loan would bo issued to raise tho money To a Bedouin sholk who wanted to know whether women would bo exempt from appearing In public when It was against their custom he replied that there was no intention of Interfering with tho ancient customs of tho inhabitants of Palestine. --- Kin tzis I AYM pfnM'rrcnarationforAs aH5 ' similatinthcroodbyRcguUw I Mothers Know CENT. - lisfe Genuine Cas!id& AtCOIIOL-- 0 PER Always Iim&3Igil Bears I tinithc5tonucIisanojjwci the Mf 7 SVS UicrctyPromoUngDfecstion r.hiorfif nrwanaiiouwi"- -. .,nii,o,. nniiim.Morohtnc nor Signature, of flr M m K - JUDGE SHOT. THREE TIMES A bullet aimed at tho heart of Dr. Luiz do Souza, Judge of the social m Mncral.KoTNAncott0," (t7adDcSZUffCSR JtohUihlti Senna . tkur itsa For l aLJtf at defense tribunal at Lisbon, was deflected by a fountain pen carried in his vest pocket. Another bullet struck his ear and a third wounded his hand. It was the second time an attempt was mado to assassinate the official. Tho syndicalists, who are strong In Portugal as well as Spain, are held responsible for the attempt. RUBBISH AND LITTER All refuso should be kept in metal containers and removed at frequent Intervals. Accumulations of rubbish aro always dangerous, since they pro-vlconvenient fuel for the chance spark, and whcnthero Is oily matter present, there ls tho additional llbell- combustion. hood of spontaneous Such piles are also a menace to , do J&ftiynronf (.nfnf.il Remedy for GonstipaUonnndDiarrhocJ.f A and Fcwrisnni"" Tr.cc nPaLELr Facsimile -- - rvr 'rcsultini ihercfrcjnjnWantyv Siec K 020,-00- laxCnnAunCoimoa: NEW-Jsss- J TMl Ite Thirty Yeef I M fi'u its TO CITF- o GASTOI Exact Copy of Wrapper. CINTUR COMMHY, IHW Onc-hn- lf one-suck- er - KE one-four- th nr-K- " health. un-ab- lo Why Colds nro Dangerous You aro often told to "bowaro of Wo will fell you: Every cold weakens tho lungs, lowers tho vitality and paves tho way for tho moro serious diseases. People who contract pneumonia first tako cold. Tho longer a cold hangs on, tho greater tho danger, especially from tho germ diseases, as a cold prepares tho system for tho reception and development of tho germs of consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever and whooping cough. Tho quicker you get rid of your cold, tho less tho danger of contracting oneof thoso diseases. Chamberlain's Cough a great reputation as a cure for colds and can be depended upon. m It Is pleasant to take. a cold," hut why? Rem-ody-Ji- as PIPING COAIi FROM MIXES PROPOSED " . with water, thru-th- o tubes at tho rate of seven salt meadow feet a second. Tho-vas- t near Jersey City is suggested as land a storage basin for tho coal thus received. From tho economy viewpoint, it ls estimated that Jt would cost between 60 and 75 cents a ton to move coal In this fashion. Rail transportaV tion costs 2.88 a ton, coal, mixed half-and-h- anthracite reglons"of Pennsylvania to Now York" Is receiving favorablo It Is claimed that consideration. of this fuel could be lO.OOO.OOOLtons pipes by forced thru two o water pressure over tho routo In a yearstimo. R. P. Bolton, the engineer proposing the scheme, relies on tho Scran-toaltitude difference of 2000 foot over that of Manhattan to sond the 18-ln130-mll- A,. project to pipe coal from tho -- n, . PLUMBER GIVES AID TO SUROEONS Tho surtp'4i:s of Charing Cross hospital in London wero unable to extract from the body of a patient u ''steel rod which had entered at tho left shoulder and came out at the right knee. Their Implements wero too smtai and weak and in despora-Ho- n thoy sent for tho plumbor of tha hospital. After getuns nio ioois CASTORIA - Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S kr SAFETY RULES. HARDING HELPS PRESS thoy wore released on parolo with tho Keep things tidy; don't allow rubapproval of Mr. Post, It was ahnounc- pub- - bish to accumulate anywhere in tho Having been a nowspaper od. Recently it becamo known a part llniinii ! nnlf T)talr1 n TrwA Ini fl house or near it. of tho number had disappeared and '"""' ""un-of tho multl- It you keop oily cloths, put them search for them was begun. All buta,,ze3 the requirements in Into a metal box or can with a cover. iuuo oi press curresiiuuueiua forty-fiv- o havo been accounted the for, a majority havlng,Ieft the coun- Washington and Is working with the j If you learn that anyone is keeping newspapermen to tho fullest extent. oily rags outside of metal containtry. Search will bo continued for those Ho can appreciate the fact that tlieso-, ers, it Is your duty to report it. mon represent the public and he conDon't pile dead leaves against anymissing, It was announced. slders them in much tho same light as thing that will burn. They someduly accredited representatives elect- times ignite of themselves. RELEASE SEIZED WINE Bury leaves; don't burn them. FOR JEWISH HOLIDAY ed by tho people Aa public scntl-- i ment Is neccssrrv In a ropublic to I Don't have old pieces of lumber Jlochestor, N. Y April 16. Sacra- carry the nation's projects to a suc- cluttering up your basement. Have the president them cut up into kindling and then mental wlno seized by Horace Dobbs, cessful conclusion, federal prohibition agent, sent to this holds seated and frequent conferences piled In a proper place. : city by ordor of Prohibition Director with tho press In which they discuss! AVHO SHALL PKECEDE WHOM? probloms of public intorest. Kramer at Washington, is to be re- various leased for distribution to Jews for s a result, very cordial relations now! "'Woodrow to Wilson by electing uso during tho holidays, which be- exist between the nation's chief exa fra- -, remain In Washington presents ecutive and the gin next Friday night. tornlty. By taking the reporters In- - puzzling problem that tho state deIsraol Schoenberg, assistant corpartment bureau of ceremonies and poration counsel fit Rochester, who to his confidence President Hardlnj, ' expects to abolish tho menace of wild customs ls ondeavoring to solve. It went to Washington Thursday repreinvolves the official precedence and senting orthodox Jewish congrega- nows "tips and scare heads. : , order of recognition of tho former i tions In this city, today telephoned by reapresident; tho VETERAN IN UNIFORM visthat, with Senator Colder, ho had HELD AS MOONSHINER son of his being elevated to a cabinet ited Director Kramor, who informed position;- - and the holder of the new him that an order for the release of Lexington, Ky., April JC. Wear- rank of "general of tho army." No tho wine would bo Issued. precedent to this uniquo situation Mr. Kramor also stated that a now ing his "gob" uniform In which ho discharged from tho battleship has been found. is set of regulations clearly defining tho am manner and" conditions under which South Dakota Jn Augua,t, 1919, Wal MELLON'S PATRIOTIC AID Hubbard, 23, was brought hero rabbis In tho futuro must dlstributo ter tho ten gallons of wlno allowed each this afternoon by federal prohibition During the war aluminum was In Jow a year for sacramental purposes, officers. Ho was arrested yesterday great demand by the government. Mr. on his father's farm near Evelyn. would bo Issued at onco. now secretary of the . Estill County, on a "charge of operat- Mellon, the treasury, who was a power In the FAIL TO SELL OLD LANDMARK ing a moonshine still. With him and aluminum field, saw to it that the facing the same charge was John government obtained all that materi24 a veteran of several cam fa'Clifford's Inn, tho last of .the gas al needed and at whatever prices the mous old IUns of Court and Chancery, paigns of tho World War nnd'a agencies chose to pay. In adin July federal In- - London, was recently put up at attack near Chateau-Thierr- y dition Mr. Mellon threw open his auction but failed to find a buyer. 1918. Thoy were taken to Frankfort Mellon industrial Instituto of research In this inn lived George Dyer, who en- - lator for a preliminary hearing. use of Pittsburg, for government tortained there such guests as Walwithout any payment. ter Scott, Charley Lamb, Southey WORLD CORRESPONDENT m WOUNDED IN DUBLIN and Coleridge. Samuel Butler was "He knows all the best people In another of Its famous occupants. The town." Dublin, April 16, P. J. Kelley, auctioneer offered It as a sultableof-fic- o "Then why doesn't ' ho associate location. Admitting that It had correspondent here of the New York with them?" a groat history ho added: "But we World, was wounded In an ambush at "They know him." Boston Transdo not get much for history." A the O'Connoll bridgo, in the heart of cript. tho business district of Dublin, lato movement has been started to ,, o ARMY DEVELOPS TINY AIRPLANE tho place as the home of a today. newspaper Kelley, with two other civic association. correspondents, had just crossed tho An airplane with a wing spread of bridge when an automobile dashed I y but 20 feet and weighing only 581 MAN CATCHES TORPEDO the trio and they stopped back to pounds has boon developed by the arEmulating tho movlo stunts of avoid it. The automobile ls suppos- my's aviation section. It can attain with its "Doug" Fairbanks, Powell Wright ed to have contained members of the a speed ot 95 miles 60 horsepower motor. caught a 20 quart nitroglycerin tor- crown forces, as It was Immediately pedo blown from tho casing of an attacked with a bomb. The other Tho fact that it averages 25 miles to oil well by an unexpected flow of gas. correspondents dropped to the ground the gallon of "gas" makes it' the He held the deadly thing until 50 and escaped Injury, but Kelloy receiv- fllver of the air speedway. persons and 200 quarts of nitrogly- ed a bomb splinter in tho face, which MINTING SILVER DOLLARS cerin wero safely out of range, then toro his cheek. He will be operatdropped It back Into tho hole and ed on Monday tor removal of the he For tho first time in covoral years beat a hasty retreat. Tho explosion splinter. mm the Philadelphia mint has coined silwrecked the derrick that followed 0 , DO YOU KNOW TILVT ver dollars. To fill a domand and the well caught fire. Windows wero struck oft. Fractional curhouses two miles wero broken in Tho tire wasto In tho United States rency showed a decrease, for no other away. amounted to over $330,00(000 for silver was coined on domestic account. At the same time 2,238,000 tho year 1920, COST OF PUBLIC EDUCATION Each week over 1500 dwellings aro nlckles and 7,772,000 ponnloa wero s minted. Public education In this country destroyed hy flre(, mm 20 to 25 churches and schools aro cost $920,000,000 in 1918, tho last DENIIY ORDERS PRICES year for which figures aro available, the toll of tho tire demon. FOR NAVY MEN LOWERED Over 300 lives aro sacrificed. tho U. S, c'ommlssionor of education A largo precontago of this enorreports. Tho sum Is about Washington, April 16. Edwin of (ho amount paid for In mous waste and loss of lite Is duo torest on the public debt, but pn to carelessness and tluTlack of prop- - Denby,' Secretary of the Navy, took a whack at the high cost ot living for thtt other hand, when apportioned, for fire prevention methods. Each tho cost per Capital only $9. I dividual can do no greater good for bluo jackets and marines today, or- X " i'""""" ""i A CASH 0FFE The Hartford Republican has made a specSki ' clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly CbmmercaiE ' Appeal by which wewill furnish both papers for orae year for the low price of $1.75 - nows-gatherir- ig The Commercail Appeal is one of tH& larg!ps 'Jj and best papers in the South and we hope taracespe many new subscribers on this offer. One, dollar aaot seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send 112 your subscription now. Don't delay. -- vlqc-preslde- i pre-ser- vo derlng clothing and small stores down a helluva time or night la Inns s r cent. on an average of fire." The ridiculousness. oCtlic. exHis action was made possible by clamation struck the passcr-T.c- F kxtU navy purchases during recent pricey Tor a long; tlmo. after the Era. tbue smashes in the commercial world. the source of considerable. Iev2ji .ma tho benefit tho part of the townspeople Mr- - Denby or.dered adt handed on "to officers and enlisted that Is not the point, wer Kaaric. tto men at ouce In tho shape of price re- bring out. Tho point Is UiaC a. defductions ranging, from 15 to 50 per ective flue, a trash or rubb&&9. cent on tho old scale. an Improperly insulated electrfer-sRfem 'a cigar or cigarette stub, a tccbSbo. spit-bo"Biddy," remarked the aewly-wc- d In fact none'oC Irishman, "go-- down and feed the sources of fires are resyrttfrs a ' pigs." hours. Thoy work all tha tieonul&tt: "Fallh, and I will not," replied the more often their demanstratftssJi: t at "a helluva time o nfgjitu bride. , "Don't be after contradicting mo, ttuueun. husband, tho Biddy, retorted "Haven't I Just endowed you with all my worldly property, and if you cannot feed your own property, then it's ashamed of you I am." This was a new point of view, so off went Biddy. Presently she returned. "Have you fed the Jigs, Biddy?" demanded her husband "sternly, "Faith, and I have not," she answered. "I have done a great deal better. As they were my own property I havo sold them, so they'll trouble me no more." 35-peu ' x, ' Uesaft Telephones an-ho- threo-cyllnd- or 56,-00- Election day had come and gone and a colored brother wended his way home, proud of bluiseU and happy with the world. "Mandy" he inform ed his wife. ''Dono made, lots of money today. Mr. Smith comes along and gives me $3 to voter for him, and den Mr. Brown gives me $2 to vote for him and finally Mr. Green gives mo $1 to vote for him."' ''Lordy, lordyl" ejaculated his spouse. "Ain't oat granur Anu i supposo yo' voted for Mr. Smith?" " 'Deed no. Ah voted for Mr. Green. Ah flggered he wasn't so wicked as de odders. Legion Week-ly. No Need to plies in stock. Wait I have telephones ai Make specialty of repair work. IK you need Wire, Bracfedfeg, Pins, Spools, Insulates Insulated Wire, LigbfcKg-i4resters, Switches, oranypwot for a telephone, call, wj3te or phone me. A fevesecced hand 'phones in stada Mfct-tu-al phone No. 1 a mm A HELLUVA TIME FOR A i FIRE two-thir- ds In a tw loathe western part of the Stato some time ago occurred a fire at about 2 n. m. In this town lives an old man. Tho usual nolso incident to a fire in small towns awakened the old man 'and ho rushed Into tho street and accosted a passerby with tho exclamation, "This is t f M W. G. Muffea Beaver Dam,. FCy.. . V I : c and vicinity Is a mighty McFluko.) (By Fluko Hartford Published Weekly by nnnr ninca In which to get one's self PRINTING COMPANY UlTFORD snake bitten, as no druggist In this Wo are again forced to remind our Incorporated hnrir is nronarcd to fill physicians' readers of tho tact that every thing proscriptions for tho well known and appearing in this column Is original, W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor well nigh obsoleto antidote. Thn now and true, If not otherwise. and Dullness Mnnngcr. f ought to satisfy Fonza MIdklff, so It If ono were to believo nil that may seems to us, ns there's our solemn law at tho bo seen between tho big, black head Entered according to It. Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as wall lines It Is hardly to bo bclloved that word for matter ot tho second class. League of naWhen tho riro department dashed Japan went into tho My wife's got a covey or two of tions, purely for tho promotion of young chickens nnd she says neither down the main street nnd red flares to Address nil communications peace on oarth and good will toward salt or other seasoning Is good for burned brightly In tho stillness of Hartford Republican. JTho citizens of Apple-toall nations. little chicks, therefore and hence, tho night tho solidout of their homes Wis., rushed she does not put olther In my corn- NOTICE TO SUHSCIUBERS That fellow In Louisville who sued bread, and thusly sho Is prevented In alarm. What they discovered was Subscribers desiring the paper sent another man for stealing one of his trnrn miking the second baking, ns that the local post ot tho American Legion was starting its membership 4o a now address must glvo tho old wives did. not toto exactly fair, ho tho first Just suits said chickens. iddrcss In making tho request. Bands began to play nnd campaign. been willing to divide, to have Business Locals and Notices 10c ought would seem, altfiough bo did Boy In Illuminated floats appeared. and 8c por lino for each ad- so It Providence, Indeed, doth work er lino, ditional insertion. place as much value upon tho sto- mysterious and uncertain ways. Wo scouts marched in n parade with tho not Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards lon property as tho man ho sued-p- ut Legion members. Tho effect of tho Cc for Thanks, lc por word, and money upon a wife ho alleges ho lost, via aro by no moans suro thnt wo c al night attack was so strong that 600 Bl ways know best, but had Gabriel each head lino nnd slgnautro, next day. tho same routo. us about tho liiatter, he would membors were obtained tho la advance Church Notices for services free, most assuredly have tooted his horn Wilson but other advertisements, lc per Followers of Although ho was arrested and confor tho once Kaiser Bill, Instead of have a perfect right to criticise Pres- calling that good wife of his. victed of n misdemeanor, n twenty-year-ol- d will Anonymftus communications ident Harding, whenovor and wherwounded veteran of tho receive no attention. ever they may elect to do so, altho, George World War, Is to receive through tho The supposition Is, that not so long ago to crltlclsp tho presi- Johnson has found ami procured n offices of tho American Legion of TELEPHONES dent was termed puro hatred and good supply of sawdust ns ho has Detroit, Mlch. an education ns an 69 Farmers Mutual hounding. Then too qulto a little been operating his flour nnd feed mill electrical engineer. The boy had en123 Cumberland bunch of U. S. citizens delivered several days, after being Idle listed at tho ago of seventeen nnd home-runin th6 way of criticism on nearly ever since Charlie Carden ex- was twlco' wounded during tho St. APRIL 22 or about November tho second, last. ERIDAY, hausted the supply ot wood cuttings Mihlol drive. He had always wantAnd those who lost the pennant ns a In this community and trajlod the ed nn education, ho told tho Judge, of the team In op- Mill tb Johnson. matter of fact-arMmt was compelled to leave school ANNOUNCEMENTS position and licensed to deliver all when ho was six years old because slants they feel at the crooked-arhad a letter from our old of tho separation of his parents. Tho Wo liberty to heave. For County nnd District friend, Ed Mlschko recently, nnd ho Judgo placed him on probation to a Offices. mado particular Inquiry as to wheth representative of tho Legion, who Is From all appearances, if seems er Bat Nail was riding any white- mule arranging for tho- - youth to enroll in Wo aro authorized to announce that the treaty with Colombia, car- these days. Ed will likely bo glad an engineering course under the Govof lbo candidacy of tho following citi- rying with it the payment Panama, to learn that Bat has'gotten to be a ernment provisions for vocational for tho loss of zens, subject to tho action of tho Rereal decent sort of a fellow, don't cut training of wounded veterans. plains party in tho primary election which came about In the construction any of those publican of tho canal, will bo ratified. There When tho Government salvago deAugust 6, 1921: stunts nny more thanks to tho most Is muoh doubt as to whether the pot offce at Toledo, O., failed to emof Mrs. Nail. excellent Influence claims is equitable, yet upon the othploy a reasonable number of For Representative. up of this sum may er hand thd giving men, the Lucas County Council Arnold. one or two weeks hence, About IRA JONES eventually prove to bo worth many we aro goin Hshln, provided we be ot the American Legion Investigated W. II. I3AIZE Hartford. to tho United not providentially hindered, and tho situation and obtained a promise timos tho amount States. There has always been con- there is a bare possibility that John of adjustment from the captain In For Circuit Clerk: Legon's in opinion on FItANK BLACK Hnrtfordfdt. 2. siderable difference say the least of Henry may be wafted into these chargo of tho depot. Tho ' tho matter, and to 111 wind about that investigation showed that, out of 201 parts on some V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllo. men, GO it, this is apretty good era In which time, and if ho is, yoiT can believo employes, 97 were Beaver Dam." O. N. STEWART us, every thing you see in this sheet dur- were ineligible nt the time of war. to get the whole matter behind and even tho not exactly Just, we ing that week, or not believe, just and 114 had never been In tho serFor County Judge: will at least have the satisfaction of as you please. If John dot's hajig vice, i Hartford. , MACK COOK knowing that .we have done all that around town that week we ha.e a.ed ! "WINSON SMITH Select. we ought to havo done. A French "Medal Commemorative IlUKe and Peggy to blue pencil whatW. S. DEAN Dundee. ever they might think we wouldn t of the World War" awaits American " THE CLEAN-UP- . endorse and condope,, if here in per- and French cltzens who went to For County Attorney. Franco to servo with tho horizon son. Hartford. MARTINr i OTTO C. blues during the period of hostilities, Much, progress has been mado In up the town ,but ly no thing" for Fonza MId- according to a letter to National cleaning It's a good For Sheriff. means coiipioled, tho wagon- hauled klff, that there is not to be any Headnuarters 6t the American Le GEORGE P. JONES-s-Bedoff twenty loads ot refuse during the grand Jury convened at tho coming gion from Brigadier General L. Hartford. G. A. RAi.PH French military attache at campaign. May term of Court, as we would miss D. C. RHOADS Bartlett. Ho requests that perfishing trip to hpe that Washington. we would refrain frdm carelessIf our annual CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. ly dropping paper and other scraps guy indicted for maliciously casting sons eligible for the decoration apply CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. promiscuously, appearances generalreflections upon our character for . - French Embassy at tho nationCICERO CROWDER Select. " ly would bo much Improved, just a truth and veracty. It has come" to al capitol. T. H. BLACK Hartford. i dropped hero and there us from two it not three sources that Centertown. little Lit MALIN D. HEFLIN Tho Bronx County, N. Y. American makes a big show when driven Kiff has intimated upoii more than around by the wind. LeVs finl3h tho one occasion that he has seen at j Legion will bn Memorial day dedl For County Clerk: job and keep it put. Eternal dllll-gen- least two accounts in our paper, of i ca.to a tree to each of the 7G0 Bronx West Beaver "ROY II. FOREMAN is the only means and method things happening or objects existing mon nnd women who mado tho su Dam. Around each of the by which wo may prevent unsightly that he does not believe to Jjo alto- preme sacrifice. Bell's Run. JSOM MITCHELL Every boy nnd girl, gether true. lindens on Orand Concourse the City accumulations. SEP T, WILLIAMS Rob Roy. of New York will place an iron guard man and woman should resolve to MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. exercise care to take from, rather We noticed in a paper a few days To this .will bo affixed a bronz plate, J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. ago where some ot tho people were conceived by the Bronx Legion nd than to add to unsightly debris. E. G. BARRA3S Hartford. appealing to a legal authority to take paid for by, its members. , McHenry. M. F. CHUMLEY LOUISVILLE MARKETS some action to regulate the height of JAMES A. TATE Hartford. bailiOnncsltlcn to tho proposed emigra skirts to be worn in his M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. Cattle A moderate number was wick. Said legal authority being a tion of several thousand Mi'nnonltcs offered for the middle of the week wise guy and It seems a far seeing from Canada to Mississippi, which For Jailer: trade. A good, active outlet was sort of a man, very properly decid- the American" Legion has registered, I CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. noted for the best light butchers. ed to leave tho ladies skirt3 up for is backed up in a resolution passed '. Hartford. "WORTH TICHENOR A very by the Punxsutawney, Pa., lodga No Medium and common kinds slow and adjustment, to themselves, ! 9, International Association of MaJOHN T. KING Hartford. cutters In light sensible decision, Just what we would uneven. Canner and Sunnydale. "S. A. LEE demand. Best heavy cows sold stea- have done had wo been called upon to chinists, affiliated wth the Ameri HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY dy. Fair call noted for the best view tho premises. Wo mean had can Federatlo of Labor, when tho tect as "unpatriotic and ford R. F. D. No. 5. quality itock cattle; common trashy tho high skirt been put up to us. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, stockers neglected. Light inquiry Doggon the luck, what wo meant was i menace t the United States GovRoute 1. continues for the best feeders at pre- had tho high skirt been put up to ernment." McHenry vailing lower pricos. J NATHANIEL HUDSON us to shove down wo simply would Quotations: Prlmo heavy steers have kept our hands off. Durn the FAMILY OF FIVE, AGES TOTALING 308 VKAUS For Tax Commissioner $838.65; heavy shipping steers $7.- - luck! It looks llko wo can't over say 8; medium steera $7 7.50; whnt wo mean, what we wanted to D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. 50 Ohio County, and the Beda sec fat cows say is, that we would havo calmly and BOY F. KEOWN Fordsville. fat heifers cutin, thats tion Is the home of a most 'remarka resolutely declined to but $GQ7.50; medium cows $4G; canners $2Q?.50; bulls tho word, but in. Contributed by For Muglstrnte, ble family. The four sons anu ono ters stockers (ho told us not to use his namo.) (District No. 1) dauEhter. are surviving children of $435.50; feeders Mr. Nathan Bennett, deceased. The J. T. McCOY Hartford Route 2. $5.50 7.75; milch cows $20 75. ' One woman can make homo happy total age of theso five- is nioro than Upper East HartCalves Market held steady. Best S. A. DOLING veals $8.50 9; medium to good $4 but two of 'em can't. ford. 398 years. The elder B. M. Bennett (District No. 2.) 6; common to medium $3 4. is 89, I. M. Bennett, 82; SA. Ben- Hogs A fairly active demand was AMERICAN LEGION yj. C. KNOTT Centertown. nett 8P Norrjs Bennett, almost 75; NEWS OP INTEREST noted for tho offerings, but prices deTELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. Mrs. W. C. Ambrose, the youngest is (District No. 3) clined a quarter in line with low73. The three o'lderBennetts have Endorsement of tho American Le- resided .practically nil their lives ' er prices elsewhere. Top hogs at N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. program for relief to disabled ' O. E. SCOTT Prentiss. of their father's old $8.75; best hogs' 200 pounds and up gion's was adopted by the within a mile ' Q. B. BROWN Simmons. 120 to 200 pounds $8.75; pigs, soldiers, which $8; by homestead, as has Mrs. Ambrose, committee, named 90 to 120 pounds $8.60; 90 pounds Investigating Hartfprd, Nor-r- ls (District No. 4.) was voted at tho who now resides in $7.60; throwouts $5.75 down. President Harding, down ; J. W. CHEEK Asklns. Bennett has resided In the PleaslegislaSupply showed some improvement. regular session of the Malno (District No. 6.) Ridge community for a number A memorial resolution was ant Stock hogs in quantities selling at ture. J. A. EDGE Dundee. adopt of years, and Just recently I. M., has passed requesting Congress to DUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. the top ot the market. legislative recommenda- cone to Illinois, to make an extended Sheen and Lambs Market held jmo Legion's ' MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. visit with a son, who resides In that steady on most of tho offerings. Best tions. (DIstrcit No. 7.) state. down, ac J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. 'spring lambs sold at $14quality, deEach of the five Is well beyond the After It was announced that there weight and cording to exact number J. N. LOGSDON Rosine.' were 3,000 former service men In ago given, and had the mand rather limited. Best fall of work and ot days been included, some two and lambs ranged from $7 9; seconds Los Angeles, Cal., out would have "Now, watch Milwaukee grow. She $5 6. Best fat sheep $4 down; that an averago of 500 men apply a half years additional to the American Le- been shown In tho total age ot the beer-sic- k for employment wjll contain more pale, bucks $2.60 down. gion Headquarters there daily, the. quintette. What community can beat onls In a short time thaji can be 1'roduco Asthis record? Soused in three such cities. Louisville produce dealers quote Merchants' and Manfacturers' ship- sociation of that city decided that it buying prices as follows net to CLEAR RUN. retwo frosts per, the shlypor paying freight and was time to act. A campaign of iWell, it theso las lief has been started and tho funds didn't .get all of the fruit probably drayago charges: Mr. Jams Evorllng has had a very by the chairman Eggs 21c dozen, without cases. will be administered tbo next two will, so what's the use Interpost sick horse for several days but he is Poultry Hens 25c lb.; largo of tho American Legion 'rio worry now? about well now. spring chickens 25c lb.; small 20c Council. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor went to . Females In Mexico havo took to lb.; young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 turVlerecka boast Pleasant Ridge last Thursday to visGeorge lull fighting, why shouldn't they? keys 36c lb.; geese f2c lb.; guineas that he canSylvester 0,000,000 Amer- - it Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. L. S. control Just recently 30c each; young gulnoas 60c. JTIieir sisters have l n, J i s, o m $25,-000,0- 00 wild-western a. Col-lardce char-ao.crlz- es (The Hartford Republican whipped tho old bulls In tho U. S. A. to a frazzle. STRAY STREAKS lean votes in tho Interest of 'Germany hns been denied by letters from twelve lending citizens of Teutonic! extraction in Louisville, Ky., to tho Jefferson post of tho American Legion In' that city. Tho letters, together wth n resolution condemning vloreck ns an ndvocato of r.nn nrlnolnles. have boon made pub-- 1 Louisville Legion- nariea will hold on meeting, on Decoration day, May 30. ii The History of The L Steel Plow" Dates back to John Deere. He gave the world the steel plow and now he has given the FORDSON and SAMPSON Tractors, steel plows they can pull satisfactory; "THE JOHN DEERE LIGHT 40." This plow only weighs about 550 pounds, the beams are guaranteed against bending or breaking, but the main feature is the SELF ADJUSTING HITCH. The hitch being connected to the depth lever automatically rises or lowers to the' proper line of draft whenever the depth of the plow is changed with the lever. No vertical hitch adjustment is necessary. AUTOMATICALLY the plow maintains the proper line of draft, and the bottoms continue to run true and level when Inttlli ?q xrninnl , v. ..... v titles j.. .. w w. anm lllU UCJJUl JO liv.u. Wn linvn www nlnw nn nnr ui.ni- pie floor and we ask you to investigate it if you are contemplating purchasing a plow. Better take a look at the John Deere all steel disc harrow: They follow the Fordson or Sampson "quietly" so that they will not get f r.etted'and quit. r & J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS BEAVER DAIWKY. Corner Main Street. Both Phones. .V i " "WED 3EDLI The Oliv e SIX SHOVEL Cultivator The L . Easily adjusted to any weight driver. Best Cultivator on the market. We also have a complete line of Disc HarrowsCorn Plant- ers, Plows and other Fanning Implements of the best quality and make. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. Tho greedy hand of firo seizes some home, barn or store. How About Your Property? Is it adequately INSURED? t - Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? J $69; $34; Every flro brings costly interruptions, danger and inconvenience, that can not be measured in dollars and cents. $68; i The Continental Insurance furnishes insurance ot the highest grade. Consult Co. - our agency. PARKS 4 YEISER Hartford, Ky. Trogdon, who Is sick. HKjIi Wl Mrs. Fannie Murry has returned to her home here, after spending sev oral days as a guest ot her father, Mr. James Crowe, near Heflln. Several of the folks around here attended tho burial of Mr. James Armstrong at Mt. Morlah Monday -- WILL NOT HUSH ACTION ON PEACE Washington, .April 20. After pi President conference today with Harding, Chairman Porter of tho House Foreign Affairs Committee, announced that within a few days ho would offer a peaco resolution, similar in tho pain to that recently Introduced in the Senate by Senator Knox. Ho. added, however, that on it probably would not bo rushed. Republican leaders expect tho House to delay consideration ot the resolution until the Senate his acted, and It was predicted today It might be a month before tho House-voteon tho proposal. Mr. Porter hopes to draft a resolution more clearly defining American rights in relation to Austrla-HusKaac-tl- on rt 1 . Mrs. Elizabeth Snavely went- - to Hartford today, on business. Mrs. Hardin Chapman, who has been quite sick, is better, at tho present wrting. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Trogdon and daughter, Hazel, visited tho family of Rev. R. E. Fuqua, of Hartford, Tuesday. Mr. Tom Murry wont to Hertford one day last wook to look up a location tor his brother, Mac Murry, ot Auburn, !., who contemplates re-- , turning to Ohio County to reside afternoon. mmmmmmmmmmwmmmw .. New Millinery Almost every day adds to our partment something new, and usual, we are placing on sale nary values in the veiy latest headwear. Call ahdsee them. you. Millinery De-- r this week, as "creations in Glad to show Miss Emily noil, a studont of tho Mr, Wllllo Russell, of Dunilco, was Hartford yesterday, on business. hich school hero, Is spending a week with her parents, near II u ford. Two housea nnd lots In East HartMr. Hcrberf Porter, a Junior of tho ford Addition. Cheap for cash. Gall 43t2p local high school, returnod to his T. J". Qrcen. , home at Hob Itoy Tuesday, for.tho 50 pound can Swifts Premium summer. Puro Lard, $$.25. Mrs. Louis Fulkorson and two WILLIAMS & TAYLOIl. sons, City, aro visiting friends and Spring, grass and milk are all hero. rolatlves in Centertown and Equali43tl ty, this weok. Oct that Do Ldvnl. in COOPER BRO hjm s . . Beaver Dam, Ky. New Slippers a 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 $4.00 to $10.00 V Misses Loubel Williams nnd Klttlo 'Mrs. Olllo Hill Is visiting hor par- Hess Dodson, seniors of tho local ents, Mr. and Mrs. M, P. Mnddox, of high school, aro spending tho week with Miss Dodson's parents, near near Equality. Sunnydnlc. . New beans and peas for your SunMrs. Charlie Hawkins nnd Miss day dinner at 43t2 Williams, of Spottsvllle, aro spending WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S a fow days with their aunt, Mrs. Emma Schroeterj nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. Wo hnvo one Low Corn King Spreader. Tho prlco Is' right. 0. Schroetcr, City. W. E. ELLIS & DUO. 40t4 Mrs. D. B. Hancock and little daughter, Cozoy, returned to their Ola-toMr. and Mrs. Ab Westcrflcld, woro guestB Wednesday of Mr. home in Loltchfield Sunday, alter spending a fow days with Mr. and and Mrs. Joe Wcsterfleld, City. Mrs. It. II. Gillespie. Mrs. Josephine Duke, of Dundee, Wo nre plo'asod to state that the is hero for a visit of several days week as"i and friends. Information wo recelved-las- t duration, with relatives to the destruction by fire, of Herman I). J. Stewart, auto mechanic, of Black's reslence, was crroneoug, alCleveland, Ohio, has accepted a posi- though wo were told of tho alleged burning by no'Tless than four or five tion with theHartford Motor different persons. J. D. (WILLIAMS & SONS. - We invite you to come to our place of business to. t i Ma-nu- ro see our nice.assortment of Spring Goods. We have new merchandise coming in eveiy day We have a full line of Rugs, Curtains, Draperies, Silks, Messa-line- s, Crepe de Chine, Woolen Goods, White and Wash Goods, Footwear, Hosiery and Underwear. We have a complete line of women's and men's spring clothes here, and at less money than you will pay elsewhere. -- l n, 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. . Nancy Hall, 100 40c; 300 $1.00. E. M. MORTON, Have you done your spring house Centertown,-K- y. cleaning? Wo have all tho imple- 43t4 ments' with which to do it. Brooms, I, Mrs. D. E. Ward, of Nocreek, acmops, sonp nnd washing powders of . companied her daughter, Miss Mable nil kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. rfuth, and son, D. E. Jr., to Madlson-vill- e Sunday, whero Miss Mable was Mt. Pleasant Camp, No. 549, W; O. operated on' for tonsilttls and D. E. five-adrama, W., will stage a operation for both "Toney The Convict" nt tho opera Jr., underwent an Patterns carried in stock, and courteous sales.McCall Saturday night, tonsilltis and adenoids, in the hospihouse, Beaver, Dam, tal at that place. ladies to assist you in your selections. May 7th, Vt .lyXOUNCBMJENT. Miss Beulah Moore, who had spent-weok hero with her mother, Mrs. I wish to ahncunco that I have "Prudlo Moore, returned to Bowling taken ;r.er tho tiro insurance agencv Green Wednesday, to resume her of the National Un'on Fire Insurance work thero in the State Normal Company, of Pittsburg, Pn formerly School. represented by Baize Brothers mid J. D. Holbrook. both of Hartford. Kv Mrs. A. W. Bennett and. little and wtu be pleased tD 4,ave you cttU daughter, Nancy Ellen, of Sherman, upon me ,n rererence t0 your lnsuv. Texas, who arc hero for an extended anco In case ot losg p,ease notlty visit, went to Owensboro Tuesday, mQ pi.ompt,y. Ay remittance upon for a brief visit with relatives and tnotosh0uUi bo Eent ,nrect oi frle?Js- rico at Pittsburg, Pa., Should you . . , wish nny changes in your policy, I 4 was Wallace Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hudson will wln be pieased t0 attendo the mat-moThe Hartford Republican' In Mr. Enos week end of nosine. on business. town last , be glad t0 bave tho residence of ter or y0Ut T into roonis-i- n Otto Martin yoll call at Joe Miller and-M,over Baize's APRIL FRIDAY, Shingles! Shingles! 'Shingles! Sco Mr. will occupy the residence vacated by' 43t2 W. E. ELLIS.& BRO. 40tl Mr. Hudson, ho having recently pur tore(ln Hartford, Ky. Yours truly, chased same. S. L. KING, Agent. PERSONAL NEWS 42t3 Lcnard's Seed in bulk at AND SOCIAL EVENTS WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. With eggs and butter at present Harlan' Ttnsloy of tliq U. S. Army, located at' Camp Grant, 111., arrived prices,, housewives are encouraged to Planters hero a few days ago to spend a thir- tako the old recipe books out of cold Hoosier One and Two-roCorn and Timothy hay for sale 40t4 ty days' furlough with his parents, storage and give the leaves a whirl. at W. E. ELLIS & BROS.' O. T. BURNS. 39t4 m M,r. and Mrs. E. E. Tlnoley, of the m TO MY COMRADES IX ROMAGXE Best high patent flour, 24 lb. bag, Alexander country. Furniture and Queenswarc. 42tt $1.30, 48 lb bag. $2.G5, barrel $10. J. D. WILLIAMS &ONS. (By Edward Hoover.) W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Tho City Dads .are having some ' John Rlloy Heflln, of Owensboro, much needed work dono on the '-The emblem of our nation tho dear Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke re- streets. A good heavy dragging Is - . United. States,. was in Hartford Wednesday. turned Sunday from Rome and Ow- all that Is needed now, to put tho Is floating to the breezejust by your side. ensboro, whero they had been vlslt- - newly worked thoroughfares in prefJnrilen apnrls of nil kinds at Although wo are safe back home sentable condition. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. ins relative ,42t3' again, many miles from ybu, Our hearts are beating loudly with ' Pov. T. T. Frazler will return toDo Laval . Before you buy ask-anJIrs. Oma Lee Turner, of Center-towthe causo for which you died. 43tl my r tomorrow, irom uiarKsvuie, user. who had spent several days Tonn., whero he has been visiting rel here with her daughter, Miss KathJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Wevcan neVer tell tho story of the atives a fow days. leen, who had been 111, returned the way you played the game, first ot this week to her home. Miss Through all the toil and strife 'and Highest Cash Pries paid for eggs Bods, Dresser, Wash Kathleen having" recoVered. FOR SALE and paultry. days of gloom. Stands, Tables, Chairs, Rugs, Stovca W. E. ELLIS & BRO. And a mysteryIs surroundng the long 41tf . and Mrand Mrs. William Hendricks, and peaceful sieep, ' Mrs. MARY E. TAYLOR HUDSON, of Akron, Ohio, tho latter however, Whero the birds are warbling sweetly Messrs. Bradloy Leach and Rob on an extended visit.wlth her'father, Williams, of Rob Roy, woro In town and the popples are in bloom. Monday, on business. Mrs, Anthony Robertson, of Heflln, Mr. O. R. Tinsley, and Mrs. Tinsley, spent Monday and Tuesday, tho guest of the Washington country, are the No greater work could ever be done fence, rabbit, poultry of her" daughter, Mrs. A. C. Porter parents of a baby boy, born last Wo have field tfy any living man, 42tt and Mr. Porter, City. and barbed wire fence. For you gave your lifo nd gave it W. E. ELLIS & BRO. first of all. MJsses Nellie and Beatrice Wal- You never stood in tho shadows when Misses Marian a,nd Louise Hill, with their lace, who have been in Detroit, Mich,-- , See us for all kinds of grass and City, spent tho week-en- d your country needed men, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. for somo time, returned last week to But you walked the path of justice 'Held seeds. Quality first, tho home of theirpnrents, Mr. and Maddox, of near Kronoa. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. and aswered your country's call. Central Grove, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, Crom- where they will remain Muring the When my mind drifts back among you Garden tools ot nil kinds at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, and thoy are bt well, will remove to this'placo at an summer. These dear old Pals o' mine, kind too. . 43t2 early date, occupying ttye Yosldonco In the Keen-KuttAnd I know your cares have left you Tho soda! given by tho Methodises which they formerly1 resided. long ago, at tho church basement, last Friday I always will remember how tho yan- Mr.' and Mrs. C. W. Trogdon; ot Clear Run, woro guests Tuesday; of ' Leslio Hagermnn returned to his evening was a decided hit, much enkees played their part, home here, Saturday from Chicago, joyed by all present and Inspired and In the struggle where strong men Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, city. HI., whero he had been to tako a effort of similar character, to be giv; vanished like the falling of April course in linotype operation. en nt the same place, Friday evensnow. Plain and fanoy sewing dono by ing of April 29. MRS. W. O. WOODRINO. Call at hor Do you need plant food for your 43t2 Peaceful be your silent Blumber as residence on Fredorlca St. Publio Sale Every Second and you guard tho plneclad bills, flowers? We have it in a small, can, specially Fourth Saturday in. each month, we Where the screams of shell and convenient sitter-to- p Hercules and Delker Buggies. prepared for flowers, and small vege- will hold a Public Sale at tho Courtsharpnel long since have died, J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring For the eyes of other nations are 42tf S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam tables. " .WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. in anything you have to sell and wo turned toward the lads, Did yoif havo tough luck .with your will find you a buyer. Who never quit a task ot work but Let tho dairy cow ondorso your PARKS & YEISER, always nobly tried. 43tl early garden? Yes, we all did, but noto with a Do Laval. ' Hartford, Ky. " let's try1 again with Leonard's good J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. 43t2 bulk seed. For salo by Tho people who live around you and WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. watch your lowly bed, Waltor II, Parks, Federal Farm Miss Winnie D. Westorfield went has received In- Will be with you now and always, so Land Appraiser, to Owensboro yesterday, to spend a nover fear, James' S. C, White Leghorns tho structions from the Federal 'Farm week with relatives and friends. o, to report April 20, For in their hearts you carved a lesby egg machines. Flock headed son which Is theirs forevermore, Ollvor Chilled and Vulcan Chilled "FnnrrlR" strain cocks. Eees S2.00 for resumption ot his duties, which ' Plnwo nni1 rutin I rH. SCO US. V8 Can 15; $0.00 per 50; $10.00 per io0. wore temporarily delayed tiy reason That you came and fought to save n land they love so swe'ot and dear. MRS. O. B, JAMES' Poultry Farm, of a judicial test of the constitution40t4 save vou money. Will be with you, nover fear. Centertown, Ky, ality of" the act. ELLIS & BRO. W. B. ct Tomato, k returned homo Wednesday, after POSTPAID etc., 12 20c; 25 35ci days with relatives spending a few CO COc; 100 ?1.0J). Sweet Potato, near hero and at Deda. Eearllana-Beefstoa- Mr. W, C Bennett, of Owensboro PLANTS' VOV. SALK, IN SEASON, Women's andJVIisses Dresses from $15 to $35 Women's Coat Suits at .' r $25 to $30 Women's Spring Coats $12 to $25 Boys' Suits from ."V, : $5 to $15 Boys' Oxfords from . . . .' $3.50 to $GG Men's Oxfords from $5 to $10 A large assortment of Men's Shirts from $2.50 to 7.5Q Men's and Boys' Caps from $1.50 to $3.50 Men's Hats from $3.50 to $5.00 i JSfez&T&Gbi We have in our Millinery Department a'collec-tio- n of beauliful Spring Hats. We have a full line of furniture. , When you are in town, be sure and come in. Make our store your headquarters." We will be gld to show ydu our merchandise and it places you under no obligation to buy. If at arty time we can, render you any service, don't hesitate to call on us. ' COOPER BROS., Beaver Dam, Ky. ; ' ' ve r. o PLAY BALL! . w n, From all indications this will be the best base ball year in the history of the game. - Almost every town in the country will have a ball team and the demand for Balls, Gloves, Bats, Etc., will far exceed the supply. It has always been our "policy to handle only the best, and in keeping with this policy we have just re-- 1 ceived our opening stock of Reach Base Ball Goods, the kind they use in the big leagues-- " All are backed by the Reach guarantee of quality. It will be to your advantage to make your selection before the season advances too far. Catalogue free on request. Bpaver Dam Drug The Nyal Store BEAVER DAM, KY. bacco nt " 1 am gatekeeper the. morning Gabriel blows his horn 111 Just .have to let Tom Sweatt in tlrst. Tom gave mo ten or twelve pounds eT two years old natural leaf yesterdar- - Shlo-boar- d. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) , ' wo-me- ns' I'll be darnation glad when V er s', " Dank.-Loulsvill- f Fluko, I would ask you to com up, but the trip wouldn't be worth tho money, There Isn't much left Tor I never see Battle Nail's name in a poor man to want to live for in the old sheet anymore. I wonder if large city anymore. Grocorlea tad Battle has got beneath or above things are cheaper here than at Fluke's notice. Hartford, but the price of real llvlnc ' Is prohibitive, . I hve been in Louisvlllo nearly two weeks and have not been up town It will requiro a fine quality ot after night, I tell the. Madam it is courage on tho part ot Ohio County-farmer- s duo to my elderly piety, but with to try to plant a crop bewoman's lack of charity she says tween snolls of listening to th imv it is because there 1b nowhore for , of candidates. the old gang to congregate now. I was surprised that Ike Mason did Fluke modestly mentions his in- not stand for reelection for Reprosau?-tative- . Just when Ike started ob. t&a dustry. Boys, he's got it, got it in Got all he ever hal only thing he was ever worth a tfara. abundance. and, my world for it, he'll tako It nil for he quit. to the gravj with him, unbroken and Fluke tries to save the rcnmja! unworn, i of his reputation by saying I wanted For the benefit ot Ohio County his Job when he dies of old .:;.. fshermon I will mention that just said nothing about old age. It's now good bottled in bond goods may the drouth I am expecting to shorten bis days. Olvo him plenty hf tto be had here at $120 a case.' oil ot gladness and an occasional trip I am still grateful toJlm Carter to Orassy andhp'd make Mothusalak and Krank Wallace and Miles Crow-d- appear a Juvenile.. But it tl V6U and nil those other 'fellows who stoad act holds I'll yet hammer used to bring mQ nice twists of to- - Fluke's Oliver, , to normal. dress gets back The prevailing stylo worries Fluke so. I er m ii n FARM DEPARTMENT. Trcvcntlnjr Any leather nrtlcle Is almost cerIf kept In a warm, ilamp, ilnrk place, such as a closet, cellar, or stable. This mildew probably will not seriously reduco tho .serviceability of tho leather, unless allowed to remain on It too long. It may, however, change the color ap preciably, thus injuring tho appear- unci Removing From Leather Good Mildew tain to mildew JU1CO. -- Tho simplest way to prevent mil dewing, says the U. S. Department of Agriculture, is to keep tho leather in dry, a jlacc, preferably ono exposed to tho minllKht. Mildew can not mako much When headway in tho sunshine. jnlldow .dovolops, it should be wash ed off with soap and warm water, or simply wiped off with a moist cloth, the leather well afterwards. rhnon simnln measures are better han the use of preparations to pre vent tho growth of mildew. woll-llghtd, "White Ants lluln Timbers. "Winged white ants are often observed flying about houses in early spring, and are sometimes supposed to iavo come In from outside, ine of the United of Entomology of Agriculture exStates Department plains that these winged insects real- Iv are hatched Inside tho uuiiuings and usually are to bo taken ns Indi cating nests of wingless white ants working destruction In the timbers. These insects, which really are not properly ants, enter tho wood whenever it comes In contact with damp earth, and often eat into tho center of an upright beam without mani- o festing their presence on tho out-slduntil tho wood Is entirely ruined, and possibly a settling and cracking of tho building has resulted. Tho department urges that buildings bo constructed with such foundations that no wood touches the ground or if it is necessary to use wood, that tar creosote. Jt bo Impregnated with bo laid on a Concrete floors should gravel base to prevent dampness and tracking, and where cracks occur they should be promptly filled. uu-xcan cool. Earthenware crocks or Jars are tho best containers, slnco they have a glazed surface, and are not subject to chomlcnl action from tho solutlonT Tho crocks or cans should bo scalded for perfect cleanliness and allowed to cool before they are used. container will hold 18 A dozen eggs and will require about 22 pints of solution. Too large containers are not desirable, slnco they increase tho liability of breaking somo of tho eggs. Half fill tho container with tho Avator glass solution, put tho eggs In It and add more from day to day as they aro obtained, until tho container is filled. Do sure the eggs aro covored with about 2 Inches of water-glas- s solution. Cover tho container and place it In a cool placo, where it will not have to bo moved. Uso wax papers urfder tho cover to keep tho Jar tight. It should bo looked at every 2 or 3months to seo that tho water has not evaporated so that tho eggs aro too near tho surface. If there seems to bo any danger of cool boiled water this, sufficient should be added to keep them covered. of hard, feeding less soft feed as they grow older. soft feed moistened No moro shoufd bo given at ono tlmo than they.-wl-ll eat up clean.- - Poultry specialists in tho U. S. Department of Agriculture say If any, feed Is loft It should bo removed or It will grow sour and cause bowel looseness and dysontery. Tho finely cracked grains may bo safely used from tho start, but the chicks do not ns n rule grow as rapldljTas when a part of tho feed Is ground. WJien tho chicks aro from 4 to 6 weeks old tho frequency of feeding may bo decreased to three times a day. From the very first" chicks should bo Induced to exercise; activity is a prlmo factor In promoting health and growth. Feed grain In tho litter, and mako them scratch for It. A little fine chaff or finely cut clover makes a good Utter. A prudent mother is always on the watch for symptoms of worms in her children. Paleness, lack of interest In piny ancf peovlshncss Is ths signal for White's Cream Vermifuge. A few doses of this excellent remedy puts an end to tho worms and the child soon acts nautrally. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County PROBERS INDICT FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Mr. Dewey Huff went to Owens-bor- o Diiaolved in wator for douche ttopp peltic catarrh, ulceration and inflamMonday. mation., Miss Grade Barker visited Miss Finkham Recommended by Lydia E. Med. Co, for ten year. Sunday night. Eula Barker A healing wonder for natal catarrh, ore throat nnd aore eye Economical. Mr. Steve Flowers Is on the sick Hat extraordinary deeming and germicidal pwrf. Children list. Isarsala iFree.. 50e. aU drunata. or tw.rij by I jna3. The Patron ToiM Cocuptoy. Dctoo. May. J Mr. O. H. Carter, of Louisville, Is A Safe Old Fashioned visiting Mr. and Mrs. rO. T. Burdctte. Remedy for Worms Mrs. Ellen Crowe Is visiting relaSeventj.fiveyearcontin. neighbortives and friends In this uouiuie is the beat lead. hood. monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE tho guest can offer you. Mrs. Mary Roarden was Keep a bottle alwoya on of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol hand. It will help keep Barker, Thursday night. the little ones healthy Barnett is visiting and happy. Miss Mattie dealers. 3 Oca bottle at your dniltiat'a of relatives in Fordsvllle, thfs week. general atorej or if your dealer can t auppiyyou.acod Manama Rearden and Mr. John Mr. Harless and 30e in atarrma and raU Mr j Ins Found To Kill Wood Kiln Succeed when everything else fails. end you a bottle promptly. Dalpher. have gone to, uunuia iu In nervous prostration and female llorcrs in Lumber. E. 4 S. Em, bltiaor. Hi. spend tho .summer. supreme E not weaknesse" they are the to somo If Kiln drying Sunday School Is progressing nice remedy, at thousands nave tesuned. grubs, the Forest all the wood-borin- g ly at this place. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Service Laboratory of tho United Mr. Virgil MJUer was in wnuesSTOMACH TROUBLE Agriculture at States Department of ft fa tha medicine ever old ville Monday, on business. tion is 91 per cent of normal com-- Wis., has discovered. This Madison, . over a druggist's counter. pared to 75.6 per cent April 1, 1920 Dogs Thnt Kill Sheep Menace WILL YOU .fact Is of considerable Importance to WAR ON BUGS. and an average of 83.6 per cent April Should bo Shot. hickory, and many oilier TAKE Txsers of ash, dog constitutes 1 for the last 10 years. This indiTho sheop-klllin- g wooJy which are attacked by Insects. A vigorous campaign against in- chief alms of tho organization Is to production ot to tho probable total Manufacturers using au lumber. ono of the greatest menacesnot only cates a sects that destroy crops has been un- cultivate friendly relations with tho Such dogs about G21, 000,000 bushels ot whiter are much annoyed by sheep Industry. of entomolofor induce, to 577.7G5.0O0 dertaken by the bureau United States and China. "Viscount kill sheep, but keep out of tho sheep wheat compared A Trealmenl Iho injury worked by The gy of the department of agriculture. Eato, ono of tho le.adors, declared that otherwise in- bushels last year, and 729,503,000 efbusiness men who are Is ono of ash borer. Air seasoning has no Tho European corn-borLrHrekrV V7-Jfnults for WEAR specialists bushels in 1919. The United States all nations have merits and for extermination. fect on the activities of these grubs, clined to go Into It, Bays but that Japan Is Judged by her faults reareareareareareareareajHreaBflrk Department ot ryo crop now shows a condition of the pests marked LUNGS or . tart, according to tests made by the of the United States Is planned to release thousands of alone. 90.5 per cent compared to 86.8 per- It laboratory on wood infests with Agriculture. Insects whoso grub wash-lik- e CONSUMPTION small Sheep killing dogs work both sing- cent April 1, 1920, and 88.4 per cent process which g a parasitic them, any 10 has been found to bo TUNNEIi FOU PITTSBURG sealy and In groups, but usually In twos average on April 1 for the last can bo considered practical for enomy of that bug. They will be This condition of ryo fore A Quick reliel (or that tired, rundown' (telle, soning ash of any thickness will put or threes. Thoy do not limit their vears. production of about 66,000,-00- 0 hatched from cocoons now being retunnel to cost near- cougbi, paint In cheat, nleht iwealt. A double-tub- e attacks to the flocks of the immediate casts a an end to the borers. and will later bo ly $3,000,000 Is being constructed weak luoca or coniumptloo. ti il do bushels this year compared to ceived from France vicinity in which they are kept, but help yon It coat yon oolhlaj. ) year, 88,909,- - released In infected fields. hills. ot thru Pittsburgh's Imprisoning all direction, 69.318,000 bushels last Eggs For Winter While travel for miles in CO, 3'ut Down pedestrian, OHIO MEDICAL It will accommodate inrnrirllni? destruction in tho flocks 000 bushels In 1919, and an average SERVICE L RECOUD Tho Prices nro Low. Btroet car and vehicular traffic, Anwith which thov como In contact. !of 59.933.000 bushels during the 5 There is nothing mysterious In tha bore reserved for street car their work is so often donoyears preceding 1919. Brood sows in -A new crosscountry mall record other .iuslncss ot egg preserving, and no Because cover of darkness It Is al the United States as a whole are 2.2 traffic was completed several year"! bags of the labor. Eggs are comparativ- underImpossible to catch them in the per cent fewer than on April 1 1919 was established when eight ago and has proved such a success mall dispatched from San Francisco X spring, a condition most ely cheap this per ce larger ono was docldcil on. worrying sheep, hence they can while the labor supply Is 4.8 thrifty act of encourage in New York 33 hours that tho should which and tho farmers' was received less than normal seldom be positively Identified. later. The mall was Jiousewlves to put down a supply for r 12.5 per cent less and 20 minutes KILL CELEBRANTS After a dog has onco formed the demands from piano to piano in SOLDIERS when prices will transferred use next winter habit of killing sheep it seemingly than normal. record for a relay air flight. Tho xlse cga'n. While a large crowd of young men becomes a mania with him and he Is flying Is held straight, 3lulcs for keeping eggs in water seldom If ever broken of It. Ho not engaged on Easter Laxntlvo Coney, who re- and boys wero Tho Best by Lieutenant W. D. glass aro given by tho United States only destroys sheep himself but loads Monday in hanging Judas Iscarlot in cently made tho trip in 22 hours and Department of Agriculture. To bo effigy at Guatemala city a detachdogs to tho work. No consid"My sedentary habits have necessi- 27 minutes. 3jTcsorved properly eggs should bo put other ment of soldiers approached. An albo given Buch dogs; tated tho use ot an occasional laxaeration should at a. Into water glass when absolutely and if arddillonnl losses from this during which tho A formula used by the Germans In tercation followed tive. I have tried many but found eggs should bo clean, but ircsh. Tho they should nothing bettor than Chamberlain's construction of frameworks of Zep- crowd throw stones at tho soiaiers.j. j.eeiirjht Bu tho time. Don't lay oS sourco are to be avoided It Js better not to wash them. Eggs bo killed as soon as their habits aro with rltlo fire fmm work for dava tiv taklnir calomel Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, pelins has been discovered at the Thn inttcr retaliated keeps yoij shells can bo used for imwhen pleasant with dirty pro Philadelphia navy yard. It concerns killing fourvand wounding sevon. known. Hardwlck. Vt. Mr. Danlols is on your feet, whilo relieving your troubt mediate consumption and the clean Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorrt prietor of the Hardwlck Inn, one ot tho composition ot tho aluminum alCracked eggs, or Bgs ho preserved. Hero! Whore did you steal tak(J anythlng elso. You can't afforJ Cop shells, should Feed Voting Chicks Often mid Spar the model hotels of Now England, m loy and had long been sought by the lhose with thin or weak it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By that rug from? British and American governments. .... i,o iiKP.i for nresorvatlon. Tho ingly Good Rules. nat. Tramp I didn't steal It. A lady i tern and relieves constipation.., A sur actions, MEDICAL DEGREES COSTLY Young chicks should bo fed a litme and t .Jural remedy, naturalln its results. II cracked eggs will spoil and ruin tho up the stroot gavo it to JAPS FOHmT PEACE SOCIETY iteffec'Bnd cortam-tle at a time and often. Thoy should other eggs. In tho Jar also. win . won't bo loner beforo mo to beat it. is estimated that It now costs by tho bo ted oarly in tho morning and Just It "Water glass can bo bought completely tnspiace caiomei in everi To combat projudlce and unfavorqualify a physiand y rr.u .in... ...i.on tim vnuniz wouuii 1iine.i Children can take it freely ana quart from tho druggist or poultry-suppl- before going to "bed" at night, and S4G00 to train avorago. Of this amount able comment against tho Japanese perfect safety Every bottle KUar. man. It Is apalo yellow, odor-los- s, not less than two time's in tho In- cian on tho In' foreign countries and in parts of down the street will worry about tho jth It should bo tervening porlod. For tho first two Iho M. D. Is said to contrlbuto but slrupy lhiuld. sostreet light illuminating tho front enum'0 without the likeness and sijrn toward his education, tho med- Jauan a new international peace 1 part aro getting noaror fao ot U K. Grtasby, For salo by .diluted In the proportion of wator weeks they may be fed throe meals $1280 balance of ciety was formed at Tokyo by some porch, hammock . of soft feed ami two of hard, and ical college defraying tho , M. WJLLULMJ,, BKtfodL nr water class to 9 parts of leadfng ctatesmen, Ono of the and nearer-- Taunton Gazotto. of tho to after that age two of soft and throe expense. which has been boiled and allowed well-known, --farm-accounti- Stand By the Stoiul l!y. Ho gardener should bo misled by highly colored and novelties, or unfamiliar varieties of Some of them may be vegetables. good, but it is better to stick to tho and approved standard, varieties. Many varieties of a certain vegetable may bo listed in the catalogue but only a few may be suited lo your particular soil, climate, o -.needs. If in doubt about what to plant, consult your State college of Agriculture, tho local county agent, ot some experienced gardener in the Carefully figure the neighborhood. yarleties and amount of seed required; place ordersTjefore the best stock of tho seed firms are exhausted. Usually it is advisable to purchase seed firms or seed from near-b- y much-advertis-- ot wheat and rye in all the principal farming sections of Kentucky Is unusually good; there aro 6 per cent fewer brood sows in tho State than there were this time last year; and altho tho labor supply Is only 8 per cent below normal the demand for farm labor Is 13 perbelow normal, accordnlg to the A farm dairy may save paying the cent April crop and livestock report for same bill twice, since it may be used Kentucky Issued today by the Unitas a record of all credit business done ed States Bureau of Crop Estimates by the farm. Specialists of the U. S. with Stato CommisDepartment of Agriculture suggest in C. Hanna pages In tho back of tho sioner of Agriculture W. that blank The condition of wheat In Kentucky diary bo used for such accounts. April 1st; is riven as O". per cent of normal com, red to G2 per cent April County Agents Distribute Many Farm 17 1920, and an average condition of Account Books. 84 per cent April 1 during the- last County ageuts In the 33 Northern 10 years. Ryo condition "In this and AVestern States distributed last State is 95 this month compared to boons, ac year 71.G42 74 per cent April 1 last year and an cording to figures recently compiled average' condition ot 87 per" cent by the United States Department of April i for tho last 10 years. Specialists or tne de Agriculture. The acreage of wheat sowed in partment say that this number Kentucky last fall was approximately represents aproximately the same as that sowed in 1919 (625,of the total number of farm- lOOO acres) but rye was 42,000 acres ers who have requested the account compared to 44,000 acres sowed In books during the" year prepared by 1919. Tho mud weather oi mis wintho extension service, as a large num- ter and spring has been very favorber of banks and commercial organi- able for small grains In all parts of zations assisted in tho distribution of the State except In some parts tf the account books. southeastern mountain countries. During the winter months Farm labor Is 10 per cent more specialists and many plentiful than It was this tlmo last county agents have held year, but still only 92 per cent of schools at which farmers normal supply, as many farmers can were shown the value of keeping ac- not afford to pay tho wages demandcounts of their farm operations, and ed by laborers, and farmers report methods wore outlined whereby such they have cut their demands for laaccounts' could be simply but accu- bor 17 per cent below last years derately kept. Reports from agents mands and 13 per cent below normal. indicate that those attending such This is duo to tho general "slump in schools have becomo greatly Interest- ndces ot farm products, particularly ed in keeping farm accounts when tobacco. Farmers say In their re they learn thru practice how to uso ports that unsatisfactory prices for the records in studying the efficiency farm products and the high prices of their farm business. "When farm- persistently demanded for manu ers seo that a complicated system ot factured goods aro tending to reduce accounting is not necessary in order farm production. to study their business, they aro anxUNITED STATES ious to secure accbunt books and keep Reports for the United States as a a record of their farm operations. whole Indicate winter wheat condion Remove the eggs from the solution as desired for uso, and rinse them In clean, cold water. Before boiling such eggs prick a tiny hole In tho large end, of the shell with a needle, As the to keep them from cracking. eggs age the white becomes thinner and is hrder to beat. Tho yolk membrano becomes more delicate, and it is correspondingly difficult to separate tho whites from tho yolks. Drug Company. , m KENTUCKY CROP REPORT - farm-accou- nt CIRCUIT count. Three Sons of Convicted Man Accused Judge R. W. Slack, Owenibow. Of Complicity In Murder of C. B. Smith, Hart Oom'th. Attorney 1 1 Negroes, ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Montlcello, On., April 11. Ipdlct-mon- ts Master Commissioner Otto O, Mar were returned here today by tin, Hartford. tho Jasper County grand Jury against Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, John S. Williams, his threo tons, Hu- Hartford. land, Marvin and Lcroy, and CI) de-- 1st Monday in March 1 a days Manning, tho negro farm boss- - chargCom'th'. and Civil. ing murder In connection with tho 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. deaths of fourteen negroes on tho 1st Monday la July IS days Williams plantation. Com'th. and Civil. found 3d Monday in September were Eight Indictments U days agalnnt Williams, charging murder of Civil. eight farm hands whoso bodies wero 4th Monday In November H dayi recently found burled in pastures on Com'th. and Civil. his farm or wero drnggedfrom nearCOUNTY. COUItT. also Eight Indictments by rivers. were returned against Clyde Manning Moots first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. for tho same killings. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Huland Williams was Indicted for Clerk W. C. Blankonshlp. tho killing ot a negro named "Black Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Strap." Superintendent E. 8. Howard. Ono Joint Indictment was returned Williams, y Jailer WorthjTIchenor. Marvin against D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner charging them with tho murder of a Surveyor C. S. Moxley. negro known as "Iron Jaw," and MarCoroner E. P. Rodgors. vin Williams was Indicted also for tho a negTO named John Sinmurdor of FISCAL COURT. gleton. Meets first Tuesday la April and Tho Jury will continue-- tomorrow Investigation 0LJU10 recent alleged October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, lynching of Eugene Hamilton. Route 3. Tho Investigation was begun this Superior Judge Parks, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beavmorning, and er Dam. in charging the Jurors, declared that acted to check "theso 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. unless tho lnw n. murders and outrages I 4th District Q. W. Rowe, Center-towGod Almighty will soon firmly bellevo Daugherty.Balzo- take the situation In hand." Judge 8th District W. C. town. prayer said in the court Parks, had a Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. before instructing tho Jury. B. F. Rice, FordBVllle. section has 7th District "Lawlessness In this Rhoades, Hartnow reached the point where it will 8th District B. C. ford, Route 5. unless we cause us to be shunned HARTFORD. check It," Judge Parks said. "We will soon reach tho stage whero no capiMayor J. E. Bean. tal will come here and help us to deClerk J. A. Howard. velop our great natural resources." M. Crowe. Police Judgo-r-John S. Williams, owner ot tho Marshal E. P. Caseblcr. "murder farm" was convicted ROCKPORT of the murder of ono of tho negroes Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. In Nowton County last week and senClerk N. H. Bratcher. . tenced to life Imprisonment. Pollco Judge 9. L. Fulkerson. None of tho cases against tho InMarshal Ed. J. Bratchor. dicted men will be called before next month, it was announced tonight. nnd-Lero-cold-blood- ed C. ed WILLIAMS' SONS DIRECTORY BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnntf, Olork It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Btevons. FORD8VILLE. -- r! W. R. Jonei. Cobb, Clork Olla Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger.. Marshal Grant Pollard. Ch'm'n. Board V ' ;) -- OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR" FOR PRESENT YEAR E. 3. . County Board of Education Howard, S. S. O. 0. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hnrtford. "" Routo G. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dundee. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. G off, Roslno. Dlv, No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Dlv. No. 6 Nat LIndloy, Confer town. County Board ot Examlnors: E. Si Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklft and t i Ira Jones. Tenchors 17th. Institute, Sept. 13th EXAMINATIONS Common School Diploma May 10 and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Daia and Fordsvillo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 28 and 29 County Toachers Examlnotion at Hartford, (Colored). Juno 18 and 19 County and State Teachers' Examination at Fordsvillo, '(Whlto). Juno 25 and 2G County and State Teachers' Examination at Hartford (Colored). Sept. 17 and 18 County nnd Stntc Teachers' Examination (Whlto). (Colored). at Hartford, State-Teachers- ' Sopt. 24 and 25 County and Examination at Hartford, one-iour- in Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R & P Every Woman Wants Mothers use - HERBERT. MJ For tie VerMi use ittars ht ectric S3 1 -- red-head- mi OUR GERMINAL REMEDY C er kiln-dryin- FORtONE MONTH hemor-ibace- i. AIIt-MAI- ro t I USE LI V-VER-- tor-labo- coast-to-coa- st For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. ffo-V.r-- Lio-VeL- H ' JIM'... - . s I COVINGTON WOMAN HIGHLY ELATED . . .- - Says a Number of Her Friends TookTanlac After Seeing The Wonderful Good It Did Her. "If I could tnlk to ovorybody suf- Torlng ns, I Buffered I'd cortalnly toll thorn to tako Tanlac for It hns roll overt mo of troubles that mndo llfo nilscrablo for six long yoara," said Jlrs. Margaret Hutchens, of 511 Bnkowell street, Covington, Ky. "About six years ngo my back limbs and Joints got to hurting me, and 1 gradually got worse until I had to uso n stick in gcotlng about ho houses. Nearly two years ago my stomach became disordered and whatever I ato pained mo for hours nnd much of the tlmo I was badly bloated. "The pains In my back got bo bad I could hardly stoop In doing my housework and I Just sufferctl all tho time. Finally I got so weak and nervous and had auch bad dizzy spells I had to glvo up my housework altogether. "At night I got no sound sleep nnd frequently felt worse in tho morning than when 1 went to bod. I suffered tortures from cramps and pains all over my body nnd rapidly wont down hill. I was purely speculative or romololy contingent. It was so and that in a slnglo unit somo parts wcro provided In useless nbundanco whllo other essential parts woro not produced at all; as, for Instance, whllo wo produced a groat quantity of gns shells not ono was avallablo at tho front for lack of "boosters." Tho surplus of Blocks at tho end of hostilities was ma do much lnrger, porhaps twice as largo as It otherwlso would havo boon, by such senseless and quantity production. Delay markod tho period of production and dolay mark ed the disposition and distribution of this largo surplus of which r.ot only our own people, but tho Impoverished world stcod seriously In need." - RENEWS HEALT" APPROPRIATION MnsonV fff.mMmfmmmmm riscnl Court Appropriates $10,000 For Next Year's Health Work. Louisville, April 19. Acting on enthusiastic reports from tho medi cal fraternity and from laymen as to tho value of tho work dono last year by tho Mason County Hoard of Health GALLON In rc tho Fiscal Court there this week appropriated $10,000 to continue tho work another year, Dr. A. T. McCor-mncStato Health Officer, announced horo today upon his return from Mnysvlllo whoro ho went to attend tho special session of tho Fiscal Court called to consider renewing tho apk, ACCOUNTING SYSTEM LACK propriate, , Mason has the oldest-f- ull time county health department In the State, Dr. McCormnck said, tho first appropriation for tho work having been mndo flvo yoars, nnd ho considers tho success of tho county board there a striking illustration of what may bo accomplished by othor progressive counties In Kentucky. At tho hearing boforo the Fiscal Court tho work dono Jointly by the County nnd Stato Boards of Health for purer water In Mnysvlllo especially was! commended. In addition to Dr. .McCormack three other membors of the staff of the Stato Board of Hoalth went to Mnysvlllo to appear beforo tho Fiscal Court. Thoy wcro Dr. J. S. Lock, director of tho Bureau of Tuberculosis; Dr. P. E. Blackerby, director of tho Bureau of County Health work, and Miss Marian Williamson, director of tho Bureau of Public Health Nursing. A Timely Suggestion. Tho next time you have a cough or cokl try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is pleasant to tako and you are sure to bo pleased with the relief which It affords. This remedy has a wide roputatlon for Its cures of caughs and colds. m FIVE ARE INDICTED IN CHILD'S DEATH i w.' "As I had tried so many things without getting any relief my husband Insisted I should try Tanlac. Dy tho tlmo 1 had finished my second bottlo I was fast gottlng better. I liave Just finished my tenth bottlo jind havo no moro aches and pains .and am no longer troubled In any I am so delighted with Tanlac UBlng it as a tonic nnd persuaded a number of my ed I'd never was so bad off I fearbo well again. way. I'v put my Httlo girl to Shepherdsvllle, Ky., April 16 Indictments have-bee- n returned against five members of tho "Holly Roller" METHOD RAKER'S aect, following the death of Marie . Sutton, daughter of Mrs. -.- A 16 Formor Washington, April Vesta Sutton, who recently died from Secretnry Baker's method of burns, suffered when her dress' GERMANS AGAINST nnd his administration of caught fire from an open grate. It 'MILITARIZED SHIPS tho War Department are scoffed at in Is alleged that after medical atten. ,a report on the foreign conduct of tion had been given tho child the TO WORK " en Berlin April 16 Workmen tho war mado by tho Houso Commlt-te- o OLD WARCHAFT SET persons indicted Induced Mrs. Sutton gaged In construction of ships in sev on Expenditures in tho War to give them the patient for tretment A fleet of 13 destroyers which the eral German seaports havo petitiongovernment sold for scrap will be caused the bandages to bo removed ed tho German Government to abanThe Secretnry of War has not seen uses. While noth and undertook to substltuto mental don tbo policy of naming now ships fit to require that essential evidence Put to peace-tim- e treatment and prayer for the pallia ing was rnaicauy wrong wua iuo 1)0 placed bofor a commltto of Contives supplied by the physician. The after famous generals in the war or gress. Ho has preferred to collect boats, they were old and wore excess indictments chargo "wilful and un men who won renown for military they were tho "ovidenco" bearing on his ad- war material, so shipyard. sold to a merciful injuring a child under 16 service before tho war. Tho petiAfter bepresent it to the Delaware river ministration and years ot ago." The mother Is ono tion says the principles of democracy ing converted Into fruit carriers they public, as he would have it presented, of those indicted. The oThers are: are undermined by such "glorificahimself. This ho has dono in tho will ply between this country and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ayers, nnd Mr. tion ot military characters" and that This is the first form of sevoral laudatory .publica- West Indian ports. and Mrs. R. E, Blevens, all residents such procedure ill becomes the serrequest and time that uso has beon found for of Cuplo, northern Bullitt County, vants of tho new republic. The tions prepared at his under his direction and distributed craft of this Typo. Being long and tho caso will be tried at tho August unions have threatened to quit work unless tho practice ceases. broadcast in large numbers and at narrow and very spoody, an attempt term of court. It was this feeling which caused. great public expense. These publi- was mado to utilize them as yachts workmen recently to stop the launch cations are intended to put out of but they wero found unsulted in maPATTI'S CASTLE SOLD. ship "Tlrpitz", ing of the 12,000-to- n popular view the regretable results ny ways. Some of these vessels had of official ineptitude and to tako such excellent war records. One, the The castle of Adelina Juana Maria named after tho German admiral. Protest also was made against the advantage of popular exultation in Stewart, was tho only American de- Patti, tho great singer; at Craig-Y-No- s, victory as might enablo the head of stroyer credited with sinking a GerWales, has been sold to the launching ot the "Ludendorff" and tho War Department to claim the man submarine and was entitled to Welsh National Memorial Associa- tho "HIndenburg" altho .the former glory cjf bolng the outhor of our display a gold star on one of hor tion. Mme. Patti spent about $500,-00- 0 Field Mrshai von HIndenburg still enjoys-sompopularity with tho union military successes successes which in improving the old castle so had their birth in national strength, she" could entertain her friends workmen employed In the sea trades. that The dockworkers and shipyard unaided by administrative efficiency, on a generous scale, which she was As chief among these publications, doing. A small theater seat- workers' unions generally aro bitterfond of we refer to "America's Munitions," and tako advantage ing about 300 people was provided. ly For Infants and Children 1y Mr. Crowell (cited as M) and to of every opportunity to demonstrate Mme. Patti lived here with hor third ""The War with Gonnnny" by Leon In Us For Over Years and last husband, Baron Cederstorm. their allegiance to tho principle of ard P. Ayres (cited as A.) Always bears Her first was tho Marquis de Caux, democratic government. They have optho whom sho divorced. Her second was frequently delayed ship building ' Signature of afTX SUcAOL tho singer Nlcollnl, who died. Patti erations or stopped them, altogether Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured fer local application!, aa thtjr cannot reach was born in Spain ot Italian parents by strikes Involving "political ques to diseased portion or th ear. There la enly on war to cura catarrhal deafness, OCEAN MAKES REACH ASPHALT and first nppeared in public In Am- tions." and that la by a constitutional remedy. Formor sallQrs of the German navy Catarrhal Deafness la caused by an erica in 1859, when sho was only 16 condition .of ths mucous llnlnr ot nnd some former officers, have been years old. Thousands ot tons ot asphalt ate tha Eustachian Tuba. Whan this tuba la Inflamed you have a rumbling- sound or Imsupporting the unions in thplr perfect htarlnc. and vrhen It la entirely reported to havo been washed up by position. closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the Adam (sternly Always, keep In Inflammation can tie reduced and this tube tho ocean at Qulntana bench, Texa.. . restored- - to Its normal condition, hearlnr Naturo's attempt at paving 1b laid In mlndwaman, that my word : law Many cases ot 'will be dettroyed forever. OUREGON PLANS TO deafness are caused by catarrh, which la 2G to strips, soma of which In tho garden., an Inflamed condition of tha mucous surWIPE- OUT GAMBLING faces. M's one thing" to Evo (aweetly) Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru aro soveral feet in thickness It Is the blood on the mucous surfaces ot the aystem. believed tha pi, un'lr soa dlsturb-- i make a If.w, old dear, and quite anMexico City, AprlH6. Gambling, W will (Its One Hundred Dollars for nee In tho Gulf ot Mexico released other thing to enforco it Buffalo any case ot Catarrhal Deafness that cannot thruout the republic will be stopped be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. CirExpress. tho deposit. cular! free. All Drurclats. 7oo- If a bill Introduced in Congress at i F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. t the Instance ot President Obregon be- I "I wouldn't bo a foojl If I wero you!' INSTITUTE FOR AFRICA. -j SCORES. WAR PRODUCTION "That's tbo only sensible thing comes a law. The President has asked thaf the constitution bo amended you've said during this discussion. A demonstration (arm and insti Washington, April 16. That the tute on tho model of tho Hampton If you woro I, you cortalnly would'nt so as to give him ample powors to ' provent and suppress gambling ot M system of quantity production devis- and Tuskeego institutions in this bo a fooh" kinds. ed by tho Wilson Administration for country will bo established In Portus "You know tho old lino about "It's Army during tho war was a woe- guese West Atr'ca r,y tho Mothod'.st tbo "Pardon me, miss. Although a 111 wind that bj '" ful falluto Is tostlfled to by tho Com- foreign mlsjion ooard. Soma S10 an "You tell 'em stranger," interrupt- perfect stranger, I must tell you that mittee on Expenditures In tho War acres ot farm land has beon purchasyou are beautiful." Department, Its report says: ed for that purpose. Farming and ed Cy Hopkins, ot Breeze Center, "Sir, I shall call a policeman." system ot quantity production trades will bo taught to tho Africans. Knns,, "slnco tha tornado hit this "Tho "I am sure ho will agree with mo." required new Installations that aro It is part of tho plan to ralso tho town I'vo got a barn and 10 pigs, Detroit Free Press. moro than I did havo." Legion estimated to reach tho onormdus sum economlo"status ot tho natives t. Weekly. For of more than 200,000,000. DEVELOP POTASH, IN ALSACE i 4 does It mean by 'being canpart, tho money thus spent "What tho most 'PROPHET'S HEARD IN DANGER contributed- - nothing to winning the did,' j?a? With Germany's surrender of Almisapplication of so 'Speaking unto othors as you would war; Indeed tho fear that tho "beard of the saco her boasted monopoly of the For jhuch national energy must have e- not like them to speak to you," In prophet Mohammed, kept in a mos-qu- o potash market came to an end. xited a retarding Influence, upon na- Boston Transcript. at Constantinople, might bo stol tho past oar Franco shipped' three"! tional military effort. The system Rub Dings married because he en the Turkish government docided to Hums an mnnli twitnoti frmn Krrna. ' was characterized by a failure to pro, was homeless. uiovo It to a mueum., Tho beard burg as tho Germans did In 191.. j duce necessary supplies and an over Dub And now I suppose he Is has long been tho object ot Moslem Millions havo been spent to find a ' which woro not production of thoso satisfactory substitute for potf-s- h in worship, .necessary or tuo necessity tor wuicu homo less, . nolgh.ar- - to take it." Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. Li. D. Dean; In Doaver Dam by K. T. 'Taylor, Jr.; In McIIonry by S. J. Tlch-eno- r, nnd In Rockport by R. E. Her. w Advertisement. . SELF-PRAIS- E Washington, April 16 Lack of a proper accounting system In tho Department of Sales of tho American Army Is pointed out by tho Com-mltton Expenditures In tho War Department ns a basis for remedial legislation. .Tho committee says: "This comjnltteo found that tho Department of Sales of the American Expeditionary Forces had a poor system of accounting. In attempting to arrivo at tho figures of tho total sales mado In Franco up to tho time of our investigation tho committee was Informed by Judgo Parker, of tho Liquidation Commission and by Gen. Krauthoff, sales agent for the Forces, Expeditionary American (994), that, owing to tho Bystom of accounting in tho American Expeditionary Forces, it was Impossible to furnish us with even npproxlmto figures representing tho salc3 of the ro American Expeditionary Forces Liquidation tho actvltles of tho Commission began or what sales were mndo by tho sales agent of the American Expeditionary Forces nf-ttho activities of the Liquidating Commission had begun. (Jen. Krauthoff condemned the system of ac counting In the American Expedition ary Forces In tho following terms: "Tho system that Is boforo Con gress now, where they are establish ing n finance bureau, tho system of consolidating tho Issuance of supplies in tho now Army bill, will do much to help secure a uniform sys-toof accounting, both as to fiOur accountnances nnd property. ing system was not tho best, and 1 am absolutely candid In saying that I have been advocating It; 1 have prayed for it and have plead for It." be-foor m co fact, we are prepared to furnish you most. anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. , For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IXT STOCS. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t'.ie mali'Eg I AA.AAAAA..4..4.t1f1lttIIIIIIHm tho war Americans made great et fort along that lino, but tho tilues of Alsaco still remain practically the only source of tho world's supply. Tho Germans limited the outpu and kept the price 'as high as the market would stand. That was not necessary, however, to conserve, the supply, for engineers have estimated that the mines contain enough to meet" the needs of tho world for several centuries.. ot fertilizer, and .lui.'nglRome a much needed seaport and. solve tho housing problem pressing; at Rome. Ostria was once ono of the Important cities ot Italy but silt from, the Tiber closed the harbor In tho first century of the Chrlsian era and: brought malaria with if. To reclaim, tho area would cost about ? 5 0,0 00,-0- 00. - A Scotch policeman in London was keeping tho crowd away in front or the houses of parliament. A stout, excited lady endeavored to payy, but TO RECLAIM MARSHES. he restrained her. ''I'm the wlfo of a cabinet minis The papal authorities at Rome are ter! " she Insisted. "You must let" me nur8;ng the proJect of recIalmlng the pass!" Pontaino marshes and rebuilding the Tho Scot eyed her, unperturbed".. ancIent town Qt 0stIa whlch ,a about "Madam, 70U couldn't pass It ye wera 20 miles away from the "Eternal the wife of a Presbyterian meenis City." This, they say, would glvo ter!" American Cookery. -- CASTOR rA 30 antl-mllltar- most other Baking Powders. It has more than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. .You don't pay a big price for Calumet It's sold at a moderate price that represents another saving. You don't feel uncertain as to results. 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Then mix in the rcgu.4 tabltpocn of HaBJ 1 rS l Chlnn nnd Justus Miller; thonco along their lino North and equally on Farmers hero are progressing' nice- the lands of each nnd nn old lnno ly in preparing fpr crops regardless ibout 300 yards to tho corner between Justus Miller and Mrs. Dona of tho cold weather. Halwilion Army ApponM lo Governor ernment. Mrs. Talton Embry went to Owens-hor- o Miller; thence tho same course along To Relieve Distress. on business, last week. snld old lane and tho Jino between ATTEMPTED imiUKK JAILED Mr. Robert Burden was in Hartford said Chlnn and said Dona Miller and Ulrcnlngham, Ala., April 20. Tivonly-Bl- x Monday, to havo some dental work equally on the lands of each about thousand porsons aro nt Convicted of attempting to brlbo 400 yards to tho lands of II. Klrtloy; Iho point of starvation In tho coal a foderal prohibition commissioner, dono. Gov. Mr. Harry Crumcs made a business "thonco Northeast courso across his fields of Northern Alabama, Samuel Rembrandt, a Cleveland lawlands about CO yards to tho lands of Thomas E. Kllby was told today In yer, has been scntonced to three trip to Beaver Dam,' Tuesday. Army, Rev. Cardcn is preaching near W. A. Maddox's heirs; thenco tho nn appeal by the Salvation years in tho Atlnnta penitentiary tmd same courso across their lands about for a few nights. Southeastern division, with find $5000. Mr. Leslie Albln Is suffering from GOO yards to tho lands of Coleman hero. ' a severe brulso on his foot. Tho ac- Wells; thenco East across his lands Tho organization said it was holp-in- ji IJ.ll 'JWlJfttfil cident in which he was Injured, oc- nbout 400 yards to tho McHcnry Mill to tho limit of its resources, hut 228 MIIjES IN 78 MINUTES. curred while worklngfor the I. C. road; thenco along snld road North that nddltlonal aid must come from nbout S00 yards to tho lands of O. E. other sources. It took 78 minutes for Rlchnrd Railroad Company. Mr.' John Crowder and wife, have Vlck and TIchenor, thonco North Conditions In tho mining district, Walnrlght, assistant secretary of war, It It was explained, grew out of the to go from tho national capital to bono felons on their hands, and across their lands about 300 yards It' J? them to tho lands of the Beaver Dam Coal strlV.0 nf mine workers which con- New York, in an army plane. Tho havo been suffering with Company; thenco North across' Its for some time. tinued several months. speed averaged was 173 miles an Miss Virginia Monroe, of Grayson L lands nbout GOO yards to a stako In Pratt City Local, United MIno hour. County, is in the Millinery depart- a public road at tho South edgo of Workers of Amorlca, mndo formal 4 ment in Mr. Talton Embry's store tho town of Taylor Mines. demand tipon Governor Kilby olthor Men who know style are particular about fit. SPOON IN FAVOR WITH TURKS In the mines or Mr. Tom Peach nnd family were This April 13, 1021. 43t2 for Well-fitUn- fj shoes give tho whole body poise. The statement SOLON CHINN, tho guests of Mrs. Peaches' sistor, Tor financial relief. That is why men of good taste like Walk-OvSubjects of the Sultan Have Little Use Mrs. Annie 'Earp, last week. HARRY THIENES, said: "We have applied for shoes. They are so carefully made, the materials for the Fork as a Table Mr. Perry Crowdor, of L03 Angelcg, V. B. PATTERSON, nnd have been flatly turnin them so well chosen, that more men every day Utensil. California, is in Roslno after an abS. H. SMITH, et nl., ed down." are coming to know there is no bigger money's Everyone By C. A. Moxley, County Road Eng. Is ThB local union at Marvel also apAccording tq figures compiled by the sence of four years. worth in shoes. help for American Cutlery bureau of Informa- pleased to see Mr. Crowder and find pealed to tho Governor for broad-mindTj31 ilcttitute men, women and chition, the average yearly requirements htm tho sflmo NOTICE. DRESSY AND STYLISH Perry. of Constantinople before the war In ldren." . the way of cutlery wero 00,000 dozens o Ohio County Court. A dressy shoe displaying exquisite taste in form and He I supposo when all women In the matter of A. A. Carter, nt nl , Sympathetic One Yes, in a battle of table knives, 30,000 dozens of application for change and alteraspoons, 20,000 dozens of forks, CO.OOO vote tho party managers will havo to finish. A gentleman's shoo ol tongues, your wife can always dozens of scissors, 23,000 dozens of tion of the Hartford and Sulphur with pleasing details of reput handsome men on their tickets hold Tier own. Springs public road. finement. See the leather razors of nil kinds nnd 5,000 dozens of for candidates. Notice is hereby given 'that A. A. and the quality j More Man Well then, why doesn't hair clippers. of workmanship She What makes you think wo- Cnrtcr; J. T. Snell. ct"nl. will on Monshe? Purble Cow. As will be seen, much more spoons men will demand handsome men to day, May 2nd., 1921, fllo in the Ohio nre sold than forks, which Is contrnry County Court a petition, petitioning Speaking of disarmament In the in- to the experience In other countries vote for when you look at tho kind the Honorable Mack Cook, presiding terests of economy and peace, why where, as a rule, more forks nre re- the most of them marry? Baltimore Judge of said court, to change nnd alter tho Hartford and Sulphur not make the women give up face quired than spoons. This Is explained American. Springs public road, as follows, They spent $50,000,000 by the fact that Constantinople suppowder? plies great quantities of cutlery to Jack Was her father violent when on it In tho United' States alone last Asia Minor nnd other outlying regions Beginning (n tho Hartford and Sulyou asked him for her hand? " every bit of It was used in phur Springs public road at A. A. year, and of the former Turkish empire, where Tom Was he? Great ScottI I Carter's; thenco running a north east-ernllnailng hits. table manners still have not been de- thought he would shake my arm off cours: across the lands. of J. veloped up to the standard of Paris. T. Snell about 100 poles to tho lands The Arab Is fond of tho spoon, beFreshman Barbah, how long will of J. A. Howard; thence samo direcIS YOUR LIFE INSURED? cause it Is hnndy In eating his ccrenls, tion across said Howard's land 43 1 have to wait for a shave1 poles to the lands of R. Holbrootc; Barber (looking at him) Oh, but he prefers "to deal with chops by Does the amount of life insurance thence across said Holbrook s lamb way of the fingers, which Is a more abrut two years. Record simple procedure than piercing one's you now carry provide adequate pro- In same direction 10 pn!s3 to tho flffjifiS TOADeMAS lands of Mrs. Vnnco; thenco across eye with n fork. tection to those dependent upon you? her lands In tin same direction 44 CEO us "Cooi left, eh?" fyisff) So It Is " that stands 1 V PATOiR "Tes, she was too good. During top of thethe spoon the cutlery on the Your life has a dollar and cent value. poles to the lands of Joo Johnston; list of orders same his the month she was with us my wife coming from Turkey to Uncle Sara. If you realize your responsibility to thence acrosspoles lands in the of A. to the lands your llfo direction C6 gained 20 pounds It Is conceded In all foreign countries, your family you will insure across his land samo B. Miller; for what it is worth. See CAL P. direction thenco "Where is she now?" today that American tnble cutlery 128 poles to tho Hartford "Xy wife managed to work her off j,0i(S tno centcr 0f ti,e stage in point KEOWN and Insure In the State Mu- and Sulphur Springs public road; tual of Worchcster, Mass., an old and thonco with said road to A. Murphy's of quality. on a Ktout woman she devests." lands; thenco across A. Murphy' reliable Company. Dallas .News. land In an easterly direction 27 CAL P. KEOWN, PUT HUBBY IN BAD LIGHT poles to the lands of A. B. Miller; s C3UAZE FOR OCCULTISM Hartford, Ky. , thence across said Miller's lands and o Matter of Mistaken Identity Promised same direction 10C poles to the lands to Make Things Warm for Entirely said Forraino tellers, mind readers, asTramp Madam, I was at tho of Albert Cox; thenco across poles Cox's lands samo dlrectloh 20 Innocent Man. trologers, spiritualists and mediums front ' , to the Hartford and Sjilphur Springs y have rapidly iUveloped and spread Lady My poor man, public road. d r Indianapolis, .A ,ccrta,n was the cTtruwmuuj. Never before And we will at the same time aak another victim of that terrible war. wno one Qf twIns ,n company country so given to black magic and ,lg wfo nnu'60n( vlsltcd htg twIn Hero's a dollar. Tell me how you tho Honorable Mack Cook, presiding Judge of this court, to make all orall tho various forms of occultism, brother, who lives In- - tho northern got into tHese straits. ders necessary to make said chango 3Iany societies havo boon organized pnrt of the city. Tho family was reTramp I was going to say that I and alteration. of tho (turning home nnd had Just reached was at the front door an' nobody ans- am! many rffetended scientists Given under our hands this tho 12 EAGLE"MIKADO". Washington 43t2 PencUNo.174 unknown are doinc a landofflco bu- - TnA wifft Bnwand Illinois nstreets when Lvered s0 x cam0 nround t0 the back: day of April, 1921. Inn nni wnlnn thnrr A. A. CARTER, Thankee mum. Home Sector. were to transfer, rounding the corner. J. T. SNELL, N. L. WEDDING, et nl., "Oh, here comes our car," she said, j cylin- By C. S. Moxley, County Road Eng. - tne con(luetor.s fa. Reckless Driver Hear them UYTJUItHS LIQUOR CACHE nml -' For Sale at your Dealer Made in fire trade. miliar wnrnlng, "Walt till the car ders knocking ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Timid Passenger It's not the -NOTICE. A slumbering cat, on the Trinidad stops, lady," she Jumped oft backward, EAGLE MIKADO liner Mnyara had its tail trod on by nllghting with considerable force on cylinders,' it's my .knees. Ohio County Court. Refusing to give the EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK a prohibition inspector. Poor puss car pavement. name and address the crew her the Doctor I'm afraid I will have to S. I. Landrum, et al., Petitioner. yowled and Jumped on an upright family vs. Notice. hurried hopic. operate for appendicitis. Change in public road. piano. When the dry agent wonf to Little Beauty Oh. doctor, will tho Notice is hereby given that on Monq soothe "her ruffled feelings he found In brother,g bmQ nn(J ftn " hands high and by tho said Ford on tho 18th day of day, May 2nd., 1921, the undersign- iron gray mare 15 pawing among 36 bottles of hid- - nspector motonnan, conductor nnd a scar show. known by the name her go into ed and others will present to tho red cow, seven years of Nell; also ono April f859. Doctor Not uijless you old, being sumo policeman who had witnessed the mis- Second tract: A certalnt ract of den whlsity. Honorable Mack Cook, Judge of the cow purchasod from Chas. McUonnel, land In Ohio County Kentucky, conhap of the nlslit before knocked on the movies. Loow's Weekly. Ohio County Court, an amended peono cow, Jersey by breed, two taining G61& acres, known as lot No. atso ; Capper's Weekly A Pennsylvania ( the door nnd asked the condition of tition In which said court will be ask- j ears old, purchased from plaintiff; 1 In tho survey and plntt of tho ed to cause to be mado a change In also one 2 processor reminds us that tho modern tho woman who had fnllen. The NOTICE. inch new road wagon the public road leading from Rock-po- rt made by International Harvester Co., Christian land, beginning at a stako irirl is Inferior to Venus de Milo. He , brother's wife volunteered the Infornoar tho Axton barn; thonco north to Ceralvo, and known as tho no one there had 40 poles to a stono; cast 22 forgets Miss de Milo was an adult mntlon that After an nrgumentfnllen Notice Is horeby given that the un RockDort and Ceralvo public road, and purchased from plaintiff from a car. one The purchaser will bo required to thenco north 50 cast 101 poles (o Iiiiy when she posed for her statue of the car crew remnrked, "Well, If dersigned citizens and landowners In which chango when made will be aa. execute bond Immediately after sale, a dogwood and beech In Ford's lino; and thai the campus girls with whom some woman living here didn't fall off Ohio County, Ky., will on the 2nd follows: security to be approved by mo thonco south, 26 cast 132 poles to Beginning at or near V. B. Cur- with he finds fault are still on the giggle my car, then hoc husband was out day of May, 1921 between the hours tis barn and on the lands of M. P. ns special commissioner, bearing In a whito oak. McIIonry's corner; per annum thenco south 63 west 42 poles to a with someone who did." Indianapolis of 8:00'o'clock A. M., and 4:00 P. M. Harrel and sons, Charlie and Edley terest at the rato of 6 tide of 20. Give them time. until paid, News. House in Hartford, Ky., Harrel, and running thence In a from date he may pay for the. purchase stono near an oak; thence north 70 at the Court price, or cash If ho pre- west 103 poles to the beginning, exThe reason why a woman wears file a motion 4n the Ohio County northernly direction across the lands fers. Said bond it executed to have cluding one aero therefrom for graveMongoose In Trinidad. M. P. Harrel and said sons about a low-nefurs In tho summer and move the Judge thereof to of yards to of and the lands of Isom Lan- the force under effect handa Judgment. yard purposes. The mongoose was originally Intro- Court and 150 my Given as drees In tho winter is because she is duced Into Trinidad from St. Lucia establish a new road as follows: Tho purchasor will bo required to thenco across said Landrum's commissioner Of tho Ohio special drum; for Circuit exocuto bonds immediately aftor sale & woman. "Beginning at a stake in the Rock-po- rt lands In a northernly direction about Court ' the purpose of ridding tho Island of day of April 1921. In equal Installments bearing interest this the Sth . and Pinchecoe road at the cor- 150 yards; thence across Landrum's both rats and snakes, but at the 'presA. BRATCHER, per annum from of Merle "Well, dear, did you have a ent time It is Itself considered a very ner between the lands of T. K. Chlnn lands In a westernly direction about S.Heavrln & Martin, Special Com'r., at tho rato paid,6 Attys. with security to be date until 150 yards to a point In said Rockport good month at tho beach? serious pest Moreover the sugar pro- and N. A. Brown; thence North approved by tho commissioner and to Wink Copmbs' Maud Splendid. I was given duction of Trinidad has diminished across the land3 of said Chinn and and Ceralvo road near MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. have tho force and effect ofa Judgresidence. ment. A Hen will be retained on' tho seven ungagement rings and had to somewhat during tho last few years, Brown and on their lino and equalSaid petition will request tho said laud sold to further secure tho payreturn only three of them. Boston chiefly because of the ravages of ly on the lands of each about 300 court to appoint commissioners and Ohio Circuit Court. ment of the purchase prico. since the lizards, which for- yards to Uhe corner between said make all orders and Judgments and Transcript Qlvcn under my hand this the 9th grant all proper relief In tho pre- Nnnnlo Allen, etc., Plaintiffs. merly kept them In check, aro being ,day of April, 1921. vs. Notice of Sale. Rriwn and Mrs. Susie Brown in said mises. 43t2 3H'S Whence tho black eye, old .exterminated by the mongoose. In fnqt, OTTO C. MARTN, M. C. O. C. C. D. C. White, et al., Defendants. S. I. LANDRUM, many estate owners in Tnniaaa pay Chlnu's line; thence tho same course thing? By virtue of a Judgment and order Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. JOHN CHANCELLOR, alOng the lines between said Susie Lee Oh, 1 went to a dance last n shilling a head for every mongoose J. W. BARNARD, et al. of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court Brown and said T. K. Chfnn and and Dy C. S. Moxley, County Road Eng. ontered in the abovo styled action at SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. nlcht, nnd 'was struck by the beauty destroyed on their estates, every many equally on the lands of each about thousands are destroyed year the March 1921 term directing me as of the place. Widow. without any attempt being made to 150 yards to the corner of said Chinn Master Commissioner to sell tho here Oho Quarterly Court. mm save tho skins. Consul Baker, there- and V B. Patterson; thence the same SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. inafter described proporty for tho L. J. Iglebcart and B. C. Iglohoart, KAISE ATLANTIC IWEIGIIT RATES fore, suggests that possibly these : purpose of paying the cost of this ac o partners trading and doing busicourse along tho line between said Ohio Circuit Court. tion and the cost of this sale, and ness under tho firm namCnnd stylev skins might have considerable Brown and said Patterson and equaldividing the remainder of the of Iglehearts' Oarage, The ocean freight 'rates to Europo economic utility In the United "States, ly on the lands of each about 75 Charles McConnel, Plaintiff. Plaintiffs among tho parties entitled vs. Notico of Salo. havo Jumped 200 to 300 per cent, as and hns forwarded a sample of such yajda to their corner; thence In a Chas". vs. Notice of Sale W. Mulllkin, Dofendent. thereto, I will offer for sale at pub- R. A. Bridges, Defendant. a result of a conference of executives a skin to tho bureau of foreign and Northwest courso across tho lands By virtue of a Judgment and or- lic outcry to tho highest and best By virtue of a Judgment and order steamship lines. For domestic commerce, whero It may bo jf of of Atlantic the Court House door In said Patterson about 35Q yards to der of sale the the Ohio Circuit Court bidder at Kentucky, on Monday, May of sale directed to mo in tho abovo abovo stylod action at Hartford, entered In some time tho rival ship lines havo examined- by Interested persons. 3take near his gate; thonco North Its March, 1921 torm, directing me to 2nd, 1921, at about tho hour of 12:30 styled action from tho Ohio Quarterly Court, I will offer for salo at public he en cutting rates, but they havo now 3tlll across the lands ot'Beaver Dam" slII tho hereinafter described personP. M., upon a credit of C and 12 outcry to the highest and best blddor His Narrow Escape. got togothor to skin tho public. Ooal Co., about COO yards to the al proporty for tho purpose of paying months the following described real at Bradshnw's Llvory Stablo in Clarence and his nurse were prome-uudli1 Kontuckyr on Saturday, nloug tho veramlii at tho sumanils of S. A. Smith; thenco across his tho Judgment of plaintiff In tho sum estate lying and being in Ohio Counrato $337.00 N&X.RO'S HEAD GROWS IIOH.V mer resort hotel. A woman stopped lands North about 180 yards to a of fict. nor with Interest at the1920. ty, Kentucky and bounded and de- April 30, 1921, at about tho hour of (!.. nf - , . . scribed as follows: -. nnmini from .Inlv ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit of thorn to speak to the pretty child, nnd, stako near his gate; thence East until paid, and tho cost sa HI! a Tract: Beginning protruding horn wa3 on hearing how he hnd accidentally across his lands about 300 yards to action and tho cost of this of thoI will in Frist original line of the nt stone three months tho following described A five-Inc-h sale, tho Christian personnl proporty, viz: removed from the head of Loo Wll- - rolled down the hotel steps, wtis pro- - the land of H. Thlones; thenco the offer for sale at public outcry to the survey running thenco north 40 east One National touring car now In my son, a negro nt a Bjiltlmoro hospital. tec In sympathetic exclamations. "O, same, course across his lands about highest and best uiduur at tno court 50 poles to a stone; thonce south 74 possession as Sheriff of Ohio County, O, what n, alone noar 2 or 3 Kentucky. narrow escnnol" etc. House door in Hartford. Kentucky on oast 49 poles-tTh srowth was composed of ma- - denr! 300 yards to tho Beavor Dam Coal Monday, May 2nd., 1921 at uKiut the marked trees on tho south Bido of a, The purchaser will b required to jJmllar to that of whloh flngor patli.v bo much that ho milled torlal another Company; thenco noross its lands hour of one o'clock P.M., upon a hill between 2 small dams; thonce oxecuto bond Immediately after sale dUcov-ore- ii poles to a stone and plum with security to be approved by mo, tn following south 9 nail eonsist. WlUon first Might of steps to the tumble when ho North east about 200 yards; thenco ci edit of six months or u suf- bush It bolng said corner personal lti rnro growth lust npilng. minted tho cplbndu to thu next vuiiini still noross its lands North about described thereof to property philrtiff's oil's gate; thenco north 80 near Ex- - paynblo in throe months nnd boarlng satisfy ficiency west 42 &- By the time lie michcd tho end of thu 400 still across debt, Interest nnd cost, being tho poles to a stono on tho north sldo j interest at the rato of 6 iior annum yards; thenco from dato until paid, or ho may pay uruiidn ho hnil Impioved his Mory by its lands DAMPER ON RK1KS 300 yards property of the dofondnnt, Chas. W. of a small drain and south side of a cash as he prefers. ff vririI'L'TS East about Said bond If rolling f 0111 thu top Hour of (he hotol to thenco north 27 west 80 polos ocuted to havo the forco ond offect of the lands of Solon Chlnn; Mtilllkln, and now lu Ills' possession: stops outside the thonoa Noith along tlio line betwoen Ono brown maro, 16 hands high, to the beginnings containing 40 acres a Judgment. T. 1 jHiunnia Worker' Literature clear down to (hooff sovon years old and known by namo bo tho same mord or less. It being ,.. with: Given under my hand this the 7th -- vnnn.d . to amoud iuWtlfi- - vornniln, llnbhlng aid Chlnn and said company and us Donulo; also one brown maro, 15. a part1 of a tract of land heretofore days "Ami I came near cracking my fckull, of April, 1921. aruVt incorporation to includa tho on tho lands of each nbout hands liltdi. seven yoarrJ old and sold td. the said Solomon Pierce by equally a. A BRATCHER, Special Com'r. 300 jards to tho corner betwoen said known by namo ns Queen; also one Joseph Ford Sr., and deeded to him 'xuimljilas of Karl Marx The court Heavrln & Martin, Attorneys. LABAMAINS SUITSRING FOR FOOD In Brooklyn denied tho application on tho ground that tho Marxian prlnclploa advocato tho ovorthrow by violent means of tho established gov- HOSINK. Ro-sin- e, head-qusrto- rs When Men Go in for Style l '. er ed to-w- lt: y V $5 to $10 I Ami-rn- i" 1 -- Carson Hartford,. Kentucky. (l Co. Kind-hearte- I ..,. ck frog-hopper- s, Li mon-goos- pro-coe- ds -- - ig n, w- -- 11 o ox-hi- ll; 1