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Subscription $1.50 per Ye& NUMBER HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921. ed With furveylng crows and drafting' room ffr.ces working ahead on a '44 flblo purely commercial. $113,000 ROBBERS' STATE ROAD PLANS Seventh In ordor to give undo- LOOT IN AUBURN nor guuu wuu, uci- niauio prooi 01 nn mil ARE IN JEOPARDY ?flR UILLIUU MARKh many Is Prepared Immediately to Daylight Hohl-U- p Of Lognn County IacQ al th() dIaposa, oCihQ r(jpara. Bank Is Mndo Twlco Robbed 1,000,000,000 Nlona commission AVitliln Ycnr. 1BO,000,OQO In marks, comprising Failure Feared If Townsend Futher Concessions May Be gold and silver In foreign exchango Act Supercedes FedBowling Green, Ky., April 26. and 85O,00O00O gold marks In treaMade If U. S. Deems sury notes, redcomablo within three Holding up the bookkeeper, W. D. eral Aid Law. , Necessary. Herndon, at the point of a pistol, months In foreign exchange or binding and gagging him, two dayStates. Eighth In the- event the United light bandits robbed the vaultof tho Frankfort, Ky April 25. A com Berlin, April 26. Tho German States and tho allies bo desire, Ger- G. W Davidson & Co., bankers, at proposals many iswllllng, according to tho ex- Auburn, Logan County, forty miles plete breakdown In tho projected-Fedpeople now know tho now oral aid highway system In Kenwhich tho Gorman government sub- tent of her ability nnd capacity, to from here, at noon today of $8,000 in tucky, involving a ten years' pro mits to tho allied powers thru tho asMftno the alllod obligations to tho cash and almost $113,000 in gold, gramme of constructs and $40,000,- of tho United States. The torms United States ' currency and bonds. 000 eXDendlturn. Is ffinrpil liv Ina R jriado public to ot tho proposals wore Tho bandits held up a man driving noe. stntfl HIf?hwnv Rnf.,npr if Ninth Germany proposes to ncgo ,, - ovnnrts., an day, as woll as tho accompanying as- -... automobile and fled north In ihis the Townsend Federa, H , way Com. W..W .WHUJ, ...u tha mm. w, ........ " surances rorwarueu to rrosiucni. ag to tho way m whch normiul deiiv- - t ,.u...c. nul)iAiIMna n siti f n , u.....w....w, nf Tint . mjs30n Act supplants tho present "i "" Harding eiies for reparations will bo reokon-c- d ler anu oiuer counties iu iau noriu system of extending aid to the States. peace Germany, declaring that tho ns against the total of Germany's were notified to be on th6 lookout. In that event construction of tho nm welfare of tho worliTnro depen- debt, particularly resisting the way Herndon was nlono in the bank State highway system, as laid out by dent upon a speedy "and Just solution in wlilch tho price value will bo fix- when ono man came In and pointed the 1920 General Assembly, will beof tho reparations question, assures ed a pistol In his face, ho said. They come a strictly State construction protho President that It will do everyPledge Public Revenues. him to unlock tho vault, then ject, which will requlro immediate thing in its power to onablo thoAtu-orlca- n Tenth As security for tho credits placed a 'handkerchief in his mouth financing. . government to direct tho ato accorded her, Gormany i3 willing to and tied him vault door. Ono The Court of Appeals has applied tention of the allied governments to pledge public revenues and properties, man took out bundles of banknotes the Constitutional limitation on State tho matter. in a'mannor tobo determine!! between and bonds, brushing aside Indebtedness to advances made by As previously outlined, Gormany tho contracting parties. securities, while the other stood counties to the Highway Department, proposes to pay the allies an indemniWith tho accopt.iT'CO of gunrd at the door. They were not holding Eleventh that such advances are debts ty extending over a numbor of years these proposals, Germany's otlir rep Interrupted in their work. of the Commonwealth within the which will amount to two hundred arations and obligations will be on- thcyv had gathered up the After meaning of the Constitution and must bllllon gold mnrku, equivalent to aml ii German nrlvato &roP cash and bonds, including $1,000 not total more than $500,000 beyond j. about $50,000,000,000; she will ,n fMelgn counlrle3 wui ho which was taken from the cash drawtho estimated current year's reveto her utmost In tho recon- - jcased er, (he bandits released Herndon with Twe'ithG'orniany declares the a' warning not to give the alarm un- nues. etructlon of devnsted regions;, she After that decision tho State Highwill place Immediately at the dlspos-- 1 pre!,ent ,.ropo3als only cnpablj of he- til they had made their escape. way Commission declined to "accept al of the reparations commlsstdn ono ,ng carrlcd out it the system of pen- Itobbed For Second Time. any more advances, but is offering to oniion goiu mnrKs; sue is wiu.uk iu nU,eg Js dlgconlnued forthwith and Tho G. W. Davidson & Co., bank accept 'for maintenance roads conassume tho allied obligations to tho she Is freed from was robbed In tho early part of 1920 United States, and she will Issuo an outlays now Imposed on her nnd Ibat by yeggmen, who blew tho safe and,. structed with county funds. TTnrloi tliA nraoonr tiinn nf nnatiii " " international loan, tho proceeds of . b(J glmj froedom ot trade. tftlt oc. ciuiiiiuuaiiuu ln1 nni n . . , .. . wim MAnnl f VtnlianHfl uui- Ifcuv v ' whlch will go to tho allies. of lars In securities. Tho bank is pro- "X In tho event of differences T. T contributes half Conditions of Offer. opinion arising from an examination tpcted by burglar Insurance, It was Federal Government tlTe cost of construction, and the State ' Dut In return, sho makes tho con of tho proposals, the German govern- - announced. Govmen left Auburn in a and counties the other half. The system of pen- - ment recommends that they be sub- The hold-u- p djtlon that tho present HZTttnA fni Dvamlnnttnn tn n pnnlllllfl. Tlliaanllvfllp cpv- - ernment has available and approprl- email Mi lint tinnr .lttHH l.n11 i.a .ItBAnntlminil lmt.in.1ln. lAd t0 des,Saated setbacks, $5,300, atelv. that sho be Klven freedom of slon of recognized experts acceptable oral mUes north, held up a farmer 000. N trado an dthat sho be freed from "all to all the Interested governments. She named Holland, according to reports Two unexpected setbacks caused reImpospd doclare3 herself ready In advance to reaching here, and forced him to sur-o- n unproductive outlays," now year. any decision reach- - renfler his large touring car In which vision of tentative plans the last I accept as binding her. Washington, they drove rapidly .north on the road The first one came from Dr. cd by this commission. The Gorman forejgn minister, when the last Congress failed to apShould nnv nthor form of nroDO- - toward Spottsvllle, Butler county. Simons, oxnlalnlnc the counter-pr- o propriate any more money for Fedposals In the 'Reichstag, declared that sals in tho view of tho American gov- eral aid. The Bureau of Highways the new offer sent thru tho United ornment facilitate further negotiaCOURT thought it was a certainty. ,The States must.not bo taken "on the ba-- J tlon of the question the German gov-i- ls OHIO CIRCUIT SenHouse passed er TO CONVENE MONDAY ator Townsendtheotmeasure, butRoads the previous , ernment would ask to havo Its attenof an Increaso-tjVthe Post a dlffor- - tlon drawn to any points, in which alGermnn offer, but only on Committee, author of a bill to lay out The May term of tho Ohio Circuit teration is, In the opinion of the Ameut basis.'' maindesirable. Tho Court is to open here Monday, pre- a system of Federal built and step had been taken by erican government, Tho now tained highways, killed it in tho Senwel-froGermany, tho minister explained, not . German government would also sided over by Judge R. W. Slack. fear of new penalties, but owing 'come other proposals from the Amerl- - Tho term Is regularly scheduled as ate. next setback was the construc " The ' entlroly to tho false views entertained can government. a two weeks' session, but will probation of the law, permitting counties to noto says: reparations Finally, the bly not occupy the entire two weeks, abroad regarding 'tho advance money to the State for tho "Tho German goovrmnetnzh question. President Harding was as there Is to bo no grand jury emgovernments too paneled or criminal cases up tar building ot the State highway sysprinciple of Jusappealed to on the "The German money was to have been tice, and tho American answer was deeply convinced of the fact that the hearing at this term. The advance tem, which world are docket Is rather light, being as fol- paid back to the counties when the any moment. peace and welfaro of the awaited at project, to which the money was apThe text ot the note forwarded by dependent upon a speedy, Just and lows: plied, was completed. reparations quesGermany to tho United States for fair solution of the 1st day Bank of Fordsvllle ' vs. Some 300 miles of constructloa has transmission to the allies concludes tion not to do everything within Its John M. Graham. been started on the Federal aid sysAmerl- following points: power In order to enablo tho with tho 2nd day Frank Black Sr., Admr., tem, but if the Townsend Bill passes First Germany fixes her total Ha- - can government to direct the atten- - vs. Security Life Insurance Co.; this mileage Is all that will get Fedgold marks pay-abl- o tlon of tfio nllied governments to the blllties at G0,000,,000 Co. vs, W. E. Ellis &c; eral aid, .and then it will be up to the in suitablo annuities, to total matter." M,ary E. DeHart, vs. Walter Allen; General Assembly to devise some . gold marks. 200,000,000,000 The Southwestern Co. vs. C. B Her, method of financing the remainder - 1). L. MILLER SUCCUJHJS. Would Issue liOau. et al.; N. P.Dennls vs. W. H. Maddox. and the other State system projects. s 3rd day-r-.P. Render vs. Mollno Second Germany will Immediately According to the stipulations with Mr. D. L. Miller diqd at his home, Plow Co.; J. T. Vinson & Son vs I. Issue an International loan In which the Federal Bureau of Highways, the 22nd, C. Beave'r Dam, last Friday, the R. R. Co.; John Meadows vs. A. I. State Highway Department takes ov.sho will participate, and of which the sever- value, rate of Interest and scale ot re- - nfter an illness extending over Nail; Cal P. Keown, vs. A. I. Nail? er for maintenance this work when Hnmntion shall be sublect to acrco- -. al years, although not confined by tho E. A. White vs. Southern Blau-Glacompleted, and the State is taking ovraont, the proceeds of the loan to bo complication ot diseases until near Co.; Walker Myrtle vs. Southern er old State aid projects as fast as I two months nrlor to his death.Mr. Blau-Glaput at the disposal ot the allies. Co. counties repair the road, according Third Germany will pay, accord- - Miller was born near Goshen In the 4th day Klmbley Coal Co. vs. W. to state specifications. Thus far the lnc to her capacity, in labor, intorest year isos ana nas conunuous.y r W. Bridges Coal Co.; H. J. Brown etc State has acquired about 200 miles, 'and redemption,- - the total sum to U.e sided in that community and at Bea- vs. R. A. Bridges et al.; R. A. Rowan several counties are at work on their paid which Is not covered by the In- ver Dam. vs.. W. L. Allon et al. main pikes and these with Federal ' Funeral services were held at the w ternational loan;she considers' in this aid probably will put In the handa ot NANCY JANE MARTIN nnnwinn that it will he possible to Beaver Dam M. E. Church, Saturday, the department by next spring COO pay only 4 per cent annual Intorest. conducted by Rev. E. S. Moore, ot miles. Mrs. Nancy Jnnd MarHn, widow ot Fourth Gormany Is disposed' to Livermore, assisted by Rev. W. S. The State is paying out to counties permit the allies to shore In nn im- - j riuckner of Beaver Dam. Burial ot John Martin, died Monday afternoon $500,000 annually to reimburse them e jn)aino took place at Sunnyslde al tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Riley provement of her financial and for money advanced under tho oM McDowell. Cancer ot the face benomlc situation. The redemption of .Cemetery, Beaver Dam. State ah. law, and this with the ing the cause of her demiso. tho remaining sums will nave to taKe of 600 miles will extherefore, a variable form, depend- COMMON SCHOOL Funeral services were conductd at naintennnco tho greater part of the State haust EXAMS. MAY 13-1- 4 ing upon an Improvement. It would the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. McDowell, road funijs as now provided for. by Rev T.T. Frazler, Monday mornbe necessary o draw up a scheme to adequate funds are provided for Examinations for common school ing, after which- - tho remains were bo based on an Index to bo used precarrying ou. lho programme at taken to Bethel, near Horton, where diplomas are to be conducted should tho situation become worse. pared by the 1920 General Assembly, Fordsvlllo, Beaver Dam and Hartford lnterrment took "place. Aid in Reconstruction Vy 1923 tho State Highway DepartFifth In order to clear herself .on Friday and Saturday, May 13 and Mrs. Martin was a member ot the ment will have to be reduced to a as quickly asposslble of tho baranco 14. This. Is to be the last oxamlna- - Hartford M, E. Church and known bookkeeper and, a fow .maintenance pres- - Gormany to is willing tlon ot this character during the by oil as a kind and good wbman. She engineers. with nil her. strength in 'the recon- - ont year, arid all, who have not al- - Js survived by two daughters, Mrs. Considering that this Is the first structlon of tho dovasted regions; ready done so, should avail thorn- - William A. Himes and Miss Laura a department; selves of thla last opportunity to ios-- 1 Martln-- ot son, year of tho reorganized Hartford and ono she regards reconstruction as' the, Mr. Hoggs declares that the highway most urgent basts, of reparations and jsos'aa commoJi school diploma It thoy W.esloy Martin, residing at McHenry. programme" with Federal aid and the moat direct remedy for mitigat- oxpoc or desire to enter any. ono ot has not broken co,unty ing the hardships of th war and the the County high schools' under tho teachers' examination down thus far, and he Is. of the opinarrangements. Sho will rebe,hi:li) may :o-hatred between peoples. ion that no more roads could have construct towns, villages and townTO 01JSKRVE MOTIIKHJ?' DAY by examination ot the year, boen hill t or more money economicalThe first ships designated, or a huge for Ohio County Teachers' certifi- ly expended had thoro been supjilylug labor and material, or In Preceding conTho Ladles Aid will hold the nn- - cates is to bo held at Hartford, May road fuiTiW.allablo.v any other way agreeable to tho allies. surveys ind Quito d number ot tho pro- struction hero must bo Sixth With the samo object In! nual celebration ot Mothers' day at Church on Monday, fession are expected tq present them- plans andjpyltlcatlons, not only for dlsposed-t- o pay in ' the. Methodist view Germany Is bridges. Fodgrnl 1;lnd to stnteswhlch werji victims of. May the second, 2:30 p. in., with an selves to tako this examination, as roadways,' Viit for program. All ladles of lllUSe WUU UAl'Vll IU lUHV.l una vv..... approval musl be obtained and. 'n war, In addition to reconstruction, appropriate ' year aro soon to bo employed. mauy Instances rights ot way acqulr- according to a scheme as far as pos- - the town are Invited. I settled system tho annual construction programme can bo Increased gradually, he said, and this has been the policy of-tdepartment. Recently a serious situation has developed by reason of freight rates on materials, which have absorbed the reduction In the cost of labor and contract prices. Two projects were thrown "out this monffi on this account. But, except for. this factor, there Is not likely to be much lagging In construction this summer and next, as fow contracts can be completed In a season, and if the Federal aid appropriation does pass and the State receives $3,000,000 annually much new work now locally financed can be commenced this summer and next. On tho other hand, the Townsend bill would benefit Kentucky little, as the Federal highway system probably would embrace only transcontinental routes, the east and west highway most likely passing north of Kentucky with maybe ono running south ho WEEKS ASKS HALT ON GUN PATENTS o,rtlnnnco Copies Transferred KruppBy Gcrmnn Invcn-'torHo Sajs. s, To If for-Unlt- ed mo-jrtlu- m .,, w- reitt - I ed to-th- thru the state. m eight pertain Washington, April 25. Activity ot German citizens In obtaining patent from tho American government embodying many of the principles oL Amerlcan railroad artillery and other ordnance led Secretary Weeks to ask Congress today for legislation, limiting tho granting of patonta to , foreigners. The war secretary said 201 ordnance patents had been obtained here by German cltlzons since last July 1, and all transferred to Frederick Krupp, tho great ordnance manufacturer at Essen. "It seems to me significant," said Secretary Weeks In a letter to VIca President Coolldge, "that out at twelve patents selected at random, to lo '..,.., anj "" , , i embody many of tho principles ot our OTIS HOWARD FINISHES AT UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY own railroad artlilory, and In view; of the circumstances I feel constrainLcxlngton Ky. April 25. ed to bring the matter to your attenOtis Howard, of Hartford, Is now a tion for such action as you shall deem Senior in the College of Engineering desirable In tho interest of tho'Unlt- at the University of Kentucky, to ed States. "Correctlvo legislation seems neceswhich he returned after service In the Navy during the war. Ho was one sary. The principle Involves the poli of the party of Senior Engineers who cy of the government granting patents recently .returned from .a' trjip to nationals or countries with whom thru the Nofrth, where they Inspected tho United States Is at war. Furtherlarge factories, bridges and other. more, the question arises whether we things of lntfest to men of their pro- should not require that all foreign fession. Mr. Howard is a member patents be put into operation within of the American Society of Mechani the period of, say, two or three yearsr " cal Engineers, the American Institute so as to forestall a condition arising-similaof Electrical Engineers, and of the to that relating to the dyo inAcaclan, the Masonic organization. dustry at the beginning of the late Hid successful work In tho class room war wherein the Germans, thru their and in student aqtlvltles will be ter- patent activities In this country, had practically eliminated American man- minated by his graduation In June. utacture.ot dyestuffs because ot tho protection received by th'olr American DENBY ADVOCATE OF patents, which were not licensed", STRONG AERIAL FORCE otherwise put Into operation in, or " d railroad artillery and Washington, April 25. Aviation Secretary Weeks,' letter was referhas been given Insufficient attention red to the Senate Patents Committee, "by the people, the Congress and tho Navy," Secretary Denby declared today before the House Naval Commitenactment ot tee. He advocated Representative Hicks' bill to create a separate navy bureau ot aeronautics as a first step towards remedying the deficiency. "A modern fleet Is blind unless it has air auxiliaries," he said, "and we hope that by working out present plans we can always be assured that an American fleet will never meet a hostile force which overmatches it , In the air;" Committee members asked questions to bring out Mr. Denby's opinion ot tho value of a wholly separate air of both organization, Independent War'and Navy Departments, as a part of Amejican military organization, but he asked to be excused from comment. . States." OWENSBORO BANK CASES IN ALLEGED FRAUD OPEN" Owensboro, Ky., April 25. The case of the First National Bank against H. A. Marksberry and S. J- - ' Vance for collection ot $23,000 alleg-- .ed to be due on notes given thebank,. 13 'on. trial in the Daviess Circuit "" y- Court. payThe defendants are resisting ment on the ground that mlsrepresen-atlon- s were made to them by offlclala-o- f the bank and the Owensboro Products Company to induce them to sign the notes. The notes, they allege, were for the purpose of taking up overdrafts-o- f the products company in the bank, and they were assured they would lose nothing by the transaction. company is now in bankand ruptcy. Mr. Marksberry The case were stockholders. will bo on trial two or three days--. The-product- s Mr-Vance r m W - PREACHING DATE CJLYNGED. ss ss eco-jth- 1 ' Tin-le- ss froe-tultl- to ui 20-2- 1. to It became necessary for the Hartto change SUICIDE SEQUEL TO Church ford Christian preaching date from the 4th to its ' LANGDON KILLING N. 1st Sunday in each month. Mr. WilToklo, April 26. Lieutenant Genliam Savage will fill his regular apof the pointment here next Sunday, the first eral Salto Commander-in-Chiday ot May. His subject for the Eleventh Japanese Division .jit Vladimorning service will be, "Christiani- vostok, committed suicide on Monday, his death being a sequel to the ty Opposed to Denominatlonallsm." The evening subject, "Is Eternal, Life shooting of Naval Lieut. W. H. Lang-doin that city early in January. a present possession or a future at" Vnil P.ntinot BftOrd tO says the Hochi Shlmbun ot this city. tnlnmont j General Salto is said to have either miss hearing him, as these topics will Bible School at held himself responsible for the death v be 9:45 and Lords Supper Immediately of Lieutenant Langdon or to havo thereafter, The public cordially in- - been irritated by what ho believed was the weakness of the Japanese vited. Government in dealing with tho incident. FARSr ACCOUNTING PUT ON IN HEAVER DAM II. S. LleutenanJ Langdon was shot and killed by Toschlgoro Ogasawara, a Prof. Jett, who is with the Exten- sentry, who was later tried before a sion Department of tho College of court martial and was found not i..i.i,iinM n tha University ot Ken- - guilty. Ho was, however, sentenced to tucky, was with tho class of vocation- -' one month's imprisonment for makal agrlculturo at the Beaver Dam' ing false statements, and his superior tiipi School Tuesday. Ho was as-- . officers were .censurol for falling to sistlng Prof. Peyton in starting a Instruct him properly as to his duties. project in Farm Accounting with )he vocational class. This phase of farm FATHEirAND SON UNDER CILVRGES work is usually thought of as un Prof.v Jott has gone After important. HenryDaugherty and u son, Carl over the proposition with the class, ihnv itn ncreed in their commonda- - of McHenry, wero arrested Monday Jon of the scheme and nro" beginning by Sheriff Bratcher and deputies Tlcnenor and Bonder, brought "to" tllO WOTK Willi Ulllliuoiuoiii. This project is being put on in on- Hartford and lodged in Jail, on ly a fow high schools of this part ot charges of. selling Intoxicants, and breach of .tho peace. lho- - state. ef n, II 1 1 -- i r, ?n CIVHZATION of HAD HOME IN MEXICO Hurled Holies Provo ExMcnco ' Prehistoric Race In Tho Valley of Mexico. By R. T. Van Ettlsch HoraliT.) (In Loulsvlllo Despite Mexico City, March 20. tho exhaustive researches of Mexican arid other archaeologists tho truth about tho races that Inhabited tho Volley of Mexico In the prehistoric dajn Is ye.t to bo learned, according v to Prof. W. I J. Kano, of th'o Universihas arrivty of Syracuse N. V ed hero to make an Jnvf.MIeition. Frofessor Kano says that he Is Inlfw of Prof. clined to shore lhf , William Nlven, of Mexico City-- that Chichlneca, Tolteca and beforo tho Aztecs races the valley was Inhabited by Mongolians. He asserted that tho digging of Professor Nlven In and some nearby places :cd to the d'scovery of certain IdoL nnd Implements, burled underneath volcanic substances, which seem to demonstrate tho fact that certain races lived In tho valley long beforo the vo'canlc eruptiur took place. He tdded that these relics presented i'.ejit! and characteristics cf the a'.jnrioHans. Some of tho object when shown to tfet Chinese minister tr-ahero vtre declaicu by him to ne fnuracterllI(3 of tho Asiatics Prof, .tor Kane os iir.ates that these peoples must have lived In the Valley of Mexico 10,000 years ago, long beforo It was converted Into a great lake as it was found by the Aztecs r -- . erica and Central America," said Professor Kane, "I have gathered the impression that should the archaeological relics of Mexico be safeguarded' they will provo to be the most interesting in America." He added that. In his. opinion, the .most progressive races in Mexico were the Mayas, who lived In Yucatan, and the'Toltecas who bullded the famous He expyramids of Teotihuacan. plained that these pyramids were not covered with earth by tho Aztecs, but were inundated by floods which deposited masses of lime, which served to preserve them. Hccent Discoveries. While the year 1920 was one of tho most prolific in archaeological there have been many interesting finds since January 1, 1921. Prof. Ramon Mena, of the al Museum In describing some of the finds on lands adjacent to Santiago Ahulzoctla, In the Azcapotzalco municipality of the Federal District, tells, of the "Cihuapipiltin" goddess later. "In my trips to Egypt, South Am- neck portion, or with tho lower ab- domlunl space, both of which aro solid, aa HkoWlso are tho arms and legs. Tho clay material used In the manufacture of the statuotto Is of fine" qua lity, well kneaded and thoroly baked. Tho yellow coloring substance had evidently been applied after the baking of tho clay, but without the whlto priming as seen so generally In artifacts of tho Teotihuacan origin. Tho Interior of tho statuette Is and the figures It contains are whlto. One of tho notable foatures of this' statuette Is the fact that no sex Is revealed and that it shows great advnnco In tho art of modollng the human form. 'With regard to tho Interior figures they aro clearly feminine and have rudimentary hands, arms and feet and display headdresses, clothing and neck ornaments; that found on the Inner wall of tho thorax not tho lid or shutter shows plumes In Its head dress. "The discoverer continued his excavations along tho level of the same stratum with tho hope of finding the missing head, when his labors were rewarded by the disclosure of another of theso statuettes which was intact, tho body showing Inferior modelling. This discovery luckily enabled me to complete my study, as thl3 second statuetto exhibited a red headdress with a casnue above, on which were displayed the signs and symbols of the sun and fire. The upper portion of the face was painted red, In contrast to tho yellow colorings of the body, as wero also the miniature figures mado inside the thorax. Goddesses Revealed. "In view of the novelty of this find I Immediately consulted the classical writers In fact, as far back as Sahagun, who writes as follows: " 'These goddesses, known as the "Cihuapipiltin," were omen who departed this life pnthe occasion of thefr first childbirth, and were canwho onized as goddesses were ever present in the surrounding atmosphoro, and lowered themselves to earth whenever desirous of afflicting children with diseases and penetrating even Into the human hnilv BEAUTY AND ROYALTY SERVANTS IN PARIS Former Lenders In Ituilnn Soilety Now Doing Iitnvly Sen It' To Sustain Lire. 1 j Itself.' n, es, and monopode crocks and porringers somo of them containing carbonized fabrics and small charred ears of corn together with fragments of mica and quantities of pot-sh- er unearthed there. "At a depth of 1.90 metres In a Btratum pertnlnlng unquestionably to tho Aztec period," ho says, "amidst the debris of ashes, fractured cra-niu- i Niven encountered a small lump or clod of earth entirely covered In a coating of ashes. "After the earth had been carefully removed by the fingers, a miniature headless figure was disclosed to view, Jn a sitting posture according to tho original fashion. Notwithstanding the fact that a very careful search was mado for the missing head thruout the adjacent bed all efforts to recover it proved fruitless. "After the statuette had been taken to the office of tho discoverer and . thoroughly claned by means of a soft brush the figure was seen to be of a general yellow canary coloring, with a circular opening where the neck, fracture had occurred. Jt was clearly perceived that tho corresponding head had been affixed to the trunk by means of a small peg or splko which formed the connection. "This interesting specimen was found at a point 200 meters distant to tho Southwest from the parochial church of San Miguel Amantla. "Tho figure Is of human form, well The posmodeled und symmetrical. ture Is Oriental, sitting with tho hands resting on the knees. "There are parts of the fractured surface over the hands and feet which are missing. The right arm Is broken between the shoulder and elbow. Around the neck portlou there appears tho impression of an exceedingly plain collar, something llko that mado by n narrow ribbon. "Furthermore, when tho last ves- tigea of tho clinging earth wore tho tracing of a trapezodial cavity wore revealed In the front of tho chest, disclosing a perfect lid or vcovor, on the Insldo of which was at-- l taclieU a plain terra coua iiBuro, which, bolng removed, showed a similar flguro once fixed to tho vertebrae, but now looso and separate " representing the remnants large earthenware mixed with tho dust of cement floorings of the temples' and habitations so characteristic of this period the pick of Professor of "Theso goddesses were reverenced at all the road crossings, and It was the on the occasion of her first-borof the setting sun, the "Clhuatlampa of the glorious Occident. "When a woman departed this life fcring up long and fervent midwife In attendance Immediately began to worship her as a goddess offering up long, tenderly fervent and symbolic prayers addressed to the 'Celestial goddess, sister of the Sun' and exhorting her tc arise and adorn herself for 'the heavenly home of our Father the Sun.' And these became the 'Cihuatalmaczquo or the priestesses of the 'Cihuapipiltin' spirits. "Now in connection with the case, I am of the opinion that these miniature figures represent the 'Cihuapipiltin, and that the statuettes reveal no sex as some Indication of their spiritual condition from which they penetrated into human bodies, whether male or female at their will and pleasure. This Is tho archaeological interpretation or explanation which I venture to make in connection with these most Interesting specimens which aro now occupying a prominent nlaco. In the Gallery of Prehistn- -' Ceramic Art In tho National Museum of Archaeology." Paris, April 23. Women of the Russian nobility, wives of high offl-rnIn thi Into czar's armlps und not ed beauties of the Petrograd court aro now working as milliners' as sistants at a few dollars a week, shop clerks and even ns chambermaids In Paris to keep from starvation A group of French and Russian women who are trying to ralsq funds for their assistance mane mis lact Known women tojlay. Several of theso agreed to permit their names and their present occupations to be made public in order to help tho campaign for the relief of others who aro absolutely penniless and living on charity. Madamo Dantlov, wife of General Danilov, chief of the staff of one of the czar's armies and who disappearrevolution, ed after tho Bolshevik has Just obtained a permanent place a3 domestic in a wealthy French family after weeks jot weary search. She receives $15 a week In addition to her board and a small bedroom on the top floor of the mansion where she Is employed. Madame Dallov was wealthy In her own name before she married the general. She possessed several automobiles and derived a big Income from gold mines In Siberia. When the revolution came she fled Russia and made her way to Paris. Her funds soon gave out and she obtained employment In a millinery shop that sold cheap hats to shop girls. A few weeks ago when business was slack She was too sho was discharged. proud to ask for charity and for several weeks lived on the lew francs she earned sewing and taking care of children. Royal Still, Though Menials. a HUla In another mllllnery-shop- . more pretentious, are employed two women who moved in the highest circles In Petrograd until the revolution. Mme. Anlstarch Ignattovltch, who was a member of the aristocratic Covaleski family before her marriage, is one of t'hem. She Is the author of i number of poems and her salons were crowded with literary people in the days of the czar. Her hands are red and rough, but she proclaims to all visitors that she is still a royalist. one of the Mme. Avdrovskala, wealthiest women real estate owners In Petrograd before tfie revolution, las Just auvertiseu unuer anomer name for a position as a domestic servant. Sho admits that her last penny is gone. Male members of the Russian nobility who sought refuge In Paris no m THE UNIVERSAL CAR Ford Ton Truck Cuts Delivery Costs Truck has cut "delivery costs" for thousands The Ford One-To- n of business houses, farmers, factories, corporations, etc. Thou sands oi owners attest to its economy 01 operation anu iiuumu-The- y call the Ford a real "necessity'' in their business. nance. us tor a copy oi tne "Fora a .business utility.' iteaa wnat Ask " pleased owners say. It will cost you nothing. Fordmotor, Built of tough Ford Steel with the worm-drivwith detransmitting power to the aluminum-bron- z mountable rims and pneumatic tires, front and rear, together with the mechanical simplicity, ha.ve helped to give the Ford Ton Truck the lowest possible operating and maintenance cost. It is the lowmotor truck on the market. Add to these pracest priced one-to- n organization, which insures every tical merits our truck owner of genuine Ford parts and skilled Ford mechanics, so that the Ford Truck need never be out of service. To sum up: Serviceability, flexibility, power, durability, lowest first and operating costs, service, all together, are the Ford qualities which cut down expense and will help you cut your "delivery costs." ever-dependab- le e, after-servi- ce BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY longer attempt to hide their poverty. General Alexlevzov, chief of staff of a former governor of Moscow and councilor of state, is employed as a boy In a Paris sort of super-offic- e factory. Ho washes the windows, cleans the floors nnd U3hers visitors Into, tho reception room. M. Mlchalr lov, who once possessed vast estates In Southern Russia, has" just obtained a Job as doorman for a big Paris bank thru the influence of his wife, who is French. - CONGRESS PLANS TO BOOST BONDS TO PAR Washington, April 23. Lcadors In Congress aro considering a plan to restore Liberty bonds and Victory notes to par value and make them the dollar at all worth 100 cents-o- n times. The plan was worked out by M." W. Thompson, governor of the War Cred Its Board and member of the firm of Thompson & Worley, 14 Wall street. About $20,000,000,000 of Liberty bonds antfVIctory notes are outs of them aro standing. heltl by individuals and corporations. Bankers own most of tho remainder. Tho present market value of these bonds is about $2,000,000,000 less than their face. Thompson's plan Is to call in all theso war bonds, replacing them with new bonds of an equivalent face value, to be known as United States bonds. Theso would Consolidated mature in from twenty to fifty years. They would havo no fixed rato of Interest, under Thpmpson's plan. To Determine-- Rate. Interest would bo paid every six months. The rate would bo deter mined by tho Federal Reserve Board and would be the current earning power of money. -That Is, the bond owners would get the same rato of Interest that they could get during the six months by Investing their money in the, open mar ket without risk. This Thompson plan Is an applica tion of what bankers nnd economists call thej'flexlble return on an Invest ment." Many Incomo bonds are is sued on this, basis. Thompson believes that this proposed Consolidated bonds would never go below par. Nine-tenth- Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the first treatment Is most important. When an efficient nntlseptic Is appli ed promptly, thpro is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For .use on man or beast, Borozone Is the ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now and bo' ready for an emergency. Price 25c. 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. WYOMING MAN GETS 173,0,03; Jtuthenla, 2S5; Jugo-Stavl3,100; Russia, 1,398,999; Finland, 149,671; Lithuania, 135,139; Portugal, 67,850; Spain, 49,232; Italy, Grecco 175,701; Bulgaria 10,486; Rumania, 103,007; Turkey In Europo, 5,315; other Europo Asia 110.58G; Africa, 5,250; Australia, 10,885; Canada, French 307,631; Canada, other, 809,455; Now Foundland, 13,239; Cuba and other West Indies except Porto Rico Central 38,024; Mexico, 476, G76; 8; America, 4,082; South America, Atlantic Islands, 39,003; Pacific Islands, 3,629; nt sea, 5,275, and country not specified, 3,657. a, 11,-54- 1; 16,-S3- A Timely Suggestion. j The Story of uur otaxes By JONATHAN BRACE WINE STOCKS BACK Laramie, Wyo., April 23. Georgo Longpre, local resident, 13 being ov erwhelmed by the ardent manifestations of a wldCcirclo of ""friends." Reason: He has just received thousands of dollars' worth of liquors and beer, handed over to him by order of the The next time you have a cough or cold try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is pleasant to tako and yon aro sure to bo pleased with tho relief which 'It afferds. This remedy has a wide reputation for Its cures of m caughs and colds. " 4 SPIES WERE AFTER SECRET FORMULA An explosive said to bo twice as powerful as T. N. T. was Invented by tho French while tho lato war was on. An ordnance officer of the U. S. army developed tho Invention and successfully produced tho expjoslvo compound at an army camp near of Washington. In tho summer 1918, when tho Germans wero pressing tho allies hard and tho outlook, from tho allied standpoint, was decidedly gloomy, this officer started to go by train from Washington to a munition center, carrying with him tho secret formula and plans for the manufacture of tho explosive. Knowing thnt the papers wero of priceless valuo and that Gorman agents who undoubtedly had got wind of would glvo the wotfd to get their fingers on them, ho carefully sowed them up in his underclothing. On retiring that night he kept the papers on his person and placed his traveling bag, containing somo personal papers, by his sldn la '"' ' tho berth. Evidently Hun spies did know of the Invention and were after tho formula for tho. offlcor discovered tho following morning that his bag had been taken out of his borth and another, similar. In nppearanco, had been substituted for It. m VI. MASSACHUSETTS MASSACHU-SETTS was an Indian t, word, inassa-wacbuso- Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application!, aa they cannot reach the dlaemaed portion of the ear. There Is anly one way to cure catarrhal deafness, and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness is caused by an - Inflamed condition of the raucous lining- of When this the Eustachian Tube.rumbling sound tubeIm-Is or Inflamed you have a perfect hearlnc, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube hearing restored to Its normal condition, cases of will be destroyed forever. Many by catarrh, which Is deafness are caused an inflamed condition of the mucous surHall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru faces. the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system. We will five One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. All Druggists. TSc. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. DELEGATE TO LINCOLN CONVENTION IS DEAD Plattsmouth, Neb., April 23. Justin Lilly, deiegato to tho Chicago Republican national convention which Lincoln for Abraham nominated President In 1860, Is dead aChis home here. He was born at Medina, O., In 1837. Mandan, N. D April 23. James Flanagan, 84 years old, said to be the last surviving whlto scout of General Custer's 7th Cavalry, died here yestorday. Bad breath, bitter tasto, dizziness nnd a general "no account" feeling Is a suro sign of a torpid liver. Herblne It makes the s the medicine needed. liver active, vitalizes tho blood, regu-- j lates tho bowels and restores a find feeling of energy and cheerfulness. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Company. 4t A WET HALIjAD. Noses aro red, Owners .aro blue; Whisky Is high And risky, too. Cartoons Magazine. from It. " . "Tlio uppor Stntuotto of Clay. part of the throax has with tho hollow which means "ut the great hill." It was used by tho Algonqulns to designate the tribe 'living near Bluo Hill In Milton, now a state reservation near Boston and tho highest hill In the eastern part of the state. This name was later applied to the great bay which Blue hill overlooks. It was from this bay that the state was named. In fact, until 1C02 tho colony was called the Massachusetts Bay colony, and after that the Province of Massachusetts Bay until the Revolution made It a commonwealth. Even to'day It Is often called the Bay state. It was Capt. John Smith who first mado a map of the New England coast and named the Charles river in honor of "Baby Claries," vyho afterward became King Charles I. 6thcr captains visited the coust from time to time, but It was not until the fall of 1020 that the Mayllower brought tho first permanent settlers to the Massachusetts shore. The landing of the Pilgrims at Provlncetown and Plymouth three hundred years ago was recently celebrated. Of tho original one hundred pa&scngers on the Mayflower mure than half died during the tlrst winter. But the sturdy survivors, with Indomitable courage, soon became lirtnly cstnbllsjed und from their beginning, augmented by the Purltnti settlements of Salem and the towns around Boston, grew the state of Massachusetts, which now exteuds over 8,238 squuro miles. Iu proportion to Us area Massachusetts Is second only to Rhode Island In population and has eighteen presidential electoral votes. This iiiukes Massachusetts oiio of tho six most Important stutes from a political point of view. (byMcClure Newspaper Syndicate.) state courts. Sheriff Trablng hauled the truck-loa- d of "Items" to the home of Longpre under an order of Judge M. C. Brown, who held that this personal property was unlawfully seized by Wyoming peace officers. Amid the hurrahs of hundreds of onlookers Sheriff Trablng transferred the following "Items" to Longpre's cellar:' Fifty-thre- . e cases of bonded whis- For the stomach and bowel disorJug of gin. ders of babies McGee's Baby Elixir is kegs of "liquor." Four three-gallo- n a remedy of genulne.jnerlt. It acts One gallon keg of "liquor." quickly, is pure wholesome and pleas kegs of "liFour ant to take. Price 25c and 50c per quor." bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Twenty bottles of beer. r.m Company. Forty littles of "mixed liiuors." m loThe consignment, estimated at cal "bootleg" prices to be worth near- V, S. POPULATION OF FOREIGN BORN SMALL ly $20,000 was seized at Longpre's In August, 1919, by a squad of home Washington, April 23. The foreiMate prohibition officers. Longpro ' population of the United lv.medlately brought action for the gn-born return of his "property," and tho do- - States in 1U2Q totaled 13,703,987, an Increase of 354,442 or 2.6 per cent cision waj undered in his favor. over 1910. The census bureau in making this announcement tonight cited the 30.7 per cent increase in the nation's population between 1900 For Infants and Children and .1910 and ascribed the marked Years decrease to tho almost complete cesIn Use For Over Always bears sation of immigration during the the war period and to considerable emiof Signature ten-gallI ky. One GIRLS PREFER MEN'S WORK CASTOR IA 30 G&k. tffol FLASK OX HIP .SAME AS GUN In the opinion of J. A. Leach, In charge of New York state prohibition enforcement, a pocket flask containing alcohol is in tho same class las a gun or knife. "Anyono carrying liquor," ho says, "violates tho law as much as ono who carrios a In accordance with this pistol." I view, raids, arrests and convcltion are bolng made by tho scoro. l no communication In tho opinion of B. C. Bean of tho Illinois department of labor, tho average woman would rather have a Job running an elevator at $7 a week than ono ns domestic at $7 a day. "She desires to bo who there is gossip" lio states, "whoro sho can obsorvo stylos, see and talk to men, gration during the war and whero there is likely to bo population listed Tnc foreign-bor- n In a "kitchen sho gels litby country nativity was announced by tle of that sort of thing." Ho lays the bureau as follows: tho sh6rtageof domestic help to thl3 Kiigla'ud, 812,414. Scotland. 25;,-4S- reason, Although men llko oxclto-moWales, 67,071; Ireland 1 0i5,-(.2- 0; with, their work, they aro Norway. 363,599; Sweden S'.l-35- 9; inoro contontod with n Job that 8; Deumark,189,051; Belgium is permanent, it is declared, Franco, Including Alsace-Lorrai1s 152,792; Luxemburg, 12,539; "Is your daughter going to a Netherlands, 131,262; Switzerland dance?" ' "No, sho wouldn't dress so elabor118,637;Gormany 1,683,298; Poland, 17139,578; Austrlu, 574,959; Hunga- ately for a dnnco. She's going to 369,- - work." V.' ry, 397,081; Houston Post. 2; nt ly 02,-64- y Czecho-Slovukl- a, MOVE FOR CHRISTIAN EDUCATION GAINING "Out Of TIip Clirlxtlnn CuIIcro" n 4 Reel Duiihm mill lecture Aiding. rch Tho Christian Education Movement Washington, April 23. An arbi. of the Methodist Episcopal Church, NICKNAMES OF STATES. trary limit of four nnd South, Is making large uso of tho gallons of beer and-thr- ee gallons of , .... screen In Us educational program now -. ...I Alabama Cotton Stnto; Arkansas mo wine as !. maximum n pnysician ran occupying the attention of the church. Dear state; California Golden prescribe at any ono time, has been Stercoptlcpn lectures portray tho set An new prohibition regulations state; Colorado Centennial stato; Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has work of Southern Methodism thru been which nwnlt tho approval of Dayjd Connecticut Nutmeg state, DelaIn uso for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of her schools and colleges, showing ware Diamond stato; Florida H. Blfir, tho now commissioner of and has been made under his per-what has been dono nnd what Is necstate; Idaho Gem of tho Internal revenue essary to bo done If tho ninety-oh- o Mountnlns; Illinois Paralrlo stato; During a case tried In a Cleveland C&sy&J&Oi&is E.onal suPvislon since its Infancy. In making this nnnouncment toInstitutions of learning maintained by court tho prosecuting attorney en- day Prohibition Commissioner Kra- Indiana Hoosier state Iowa Hawk-oy- o Ip no ?,e t0 celve you in thb. --All and tho Church nro to bo placed on a per- countered n somewhat difficult witstate; Kansas Sunfldwer stato; are mer said that while under Attorney Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but manent foundation beyond tho handi- ness. Finally ho asked tho man If he Kontucky Uluegrass state; LouisiaGeneral Palmer's, recent opinion tho Infante and Children Experience against Experiment. of cap of need, na Creole state; Maine Pino Troo knew any of tho men on the Jury. amount of beer or wino proscribed by stntoi MarylandOld In addition to theso illustrated lec"Yes, sir," replied tho witness, a physlcla.i Lino stato; ever a givsn poriod could Massachusetts I tures which arc being given at pub- "more than half of them. Old Bay state; Mich., Castoria i3 a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareporic not be limited, It was belloviM hul lic meetings all over Southern MethoWolverlon stnte;MInnesota Goph "Are you willing to swear that flnd, Soot"nB Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains dist territory, a unique nnd gripping you know more than half of them?" the amount of individual prescrip- er or North Star state; Mississippi neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its tions could bo limited to a reason- Bayou state; Missouri Show-m- e moving picture, called "Out of the demanded tho prosecutor. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has Christian College" Is being shown "Why." said the witness promptly, able maximum. stater Montana Treasure stato; teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Clilnrso Wine Released, with effect at and "If It comes to that, sir, I am willing state; Nevada Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrlshhess arfclne It would not be practical, he said, Sagebrush state; Now Hampshire gatherings whero facilities can bo ob to swear that I know more than all therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids to require a patient for whom two talned for putting on a motion pi- of them put together.'' Granite stato; N. Y. Garden stato, Food; Eivlne healtfay and natural Bleep. or thrco bottle3 of beer a day might N. C. Old North state; N. Dak. cture mm PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. be prescribed, to obtain a prescrip FHckertall "Out .of the Christian CoIIceo" is a state; Ohio Buckeye SEIZE SMUGGLE!) DRUGS four-retion for each day. state; Oklahoma Boomer stato; educational drama. The sce Issuance of beer nnd wine regula Oregon Beaver stato; Pa. KeyDrugs bearing German markings nario and supervision nro tho work of Elmor T. Clark, Lltt. D., nndtho ard valued at $100,000 wero roit-l- y tions, Mr. Kramer emphasized, will stone state; R. I. Little Rhody; S. C. Bears the Signature of photography and mechanical work Palmetto state; S. Dak. Sunshine seized in a raid on tho store of depend entirely upon tho decision of wero dono by tho International David DottI, a New York Importer, the new internal revenue commissionstate; Tennessee Big Bend stato; Church Film Company, of Now York 'ollco claim tho drugs nro part of a er. Regulations as prepared for his Texas Lone star state; Utah BeeiKHy. Tho picture rights aro the ex- $350,000 shipment which had been approval, he said, wore merely tenta- hive stato; Vermont Green Mounm r ..tBPTV jt clusive property of tho M'cthodlst smuggled into tho country nnd a por- tive. tain state; Virginia Episcopal Church, South. Everygreen state tion of which bad been seized several About 15,000 'cases of- - Chinese state; Washington Those who havo seen "Out of tho weeks ago. wino Ng Ka Py has been .ordered West Virginia; Panhandle state; Wis Badger state; Wyoming Equality Christian College," pronounce It most released from customs houses for use Interesting. It shows in a vivid way as medicine, Prohibition Commis- state. Pathfinder. that Methodism Is tho child of Chris- GERMAN COMMERCIAL sioner Kramer said today. Most of Kind You Have Always tian education boing born in Oxford SUPREMACY, FORECAST the wino is held at San Francisco, KENTUCKY ROAD TMK CENTAUR COMPANV. IgWVORK University And. having built n school CITV. with considerable at Now York and ENGINEERS' MEET before it ever had a church. The New York, April 23. That Ger-nin- Boston. first general conferenco ovor held in The Chinese wine, Mr. Kramer exla tho only European natlon'to Annual Session To Bo Held In Amerlcn projectd Cokesbury College. profit for medical from the war and that she will plained was imported June 710; Big Gnth "Out of tho Christian College" por- probably gain purposes beforo tho adoption of tho commercial suprema'" crlnjr Evicted. trays tho environment of a cy over her rivals is the belief of prohibition bureau standard as to tho Christian collcgo, nnd the amuont of alcohol which such preLouisville, Ky., April 2 G Planning gradual unfoldiug of a new world to Prof. Samuel Albertus Brown, dean parations might contain. of New York University Medical Coto make Its annual convention this tho young girl student, who thru hard llege Commissioner Kramer took occa- season who has Just returned from the largest and most effective study and wholosomo recreation is sion today to saythnt prohibition en- good roads meeting ever d developed into Chris abroad. Dean Drown went bb perheld in the forcement conditions, thruout tho State, the Executive Committee of tlan womanhood. Equally interesting sonal physician to Charles M. Sch Country woro Improving steadily. the Kentucky Road Engineers' Asbut less cheerful, l the reel in which" wab, with whom ho studied foreign Very The Hartford Republican has made a special llttlo real whisky at p'rosent, he sociation has extended invitations to conditions, particularly In France and Is shown how the lack of college said, Is out of government bond, clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial all County Engineers, County Judges, training dooms multitudes of life- Italy. prohibition forces are having Fiscal Courts and good road interests "France feels that we should canlong mediocrity. In an intense moAppeal by which we will furnish both papers for one ment" Henry Is'. Snyder, In tho role of cel our debt, as it was contracted in some difficulty with smuggling along to participate in the sessions. year for the low price of The Convention which will take tho college president, is forced to deny combating a common enemy,"" said tho Canadian border and In Florida. Ban Is Modified. admission to the ambitious mountain Dean Brown. "In Italy the possiform of a good road Congress, will be Modification of the ban against held In the Jefferson County Armory bility of paying It back to us seems youth because of the college. As the college president so remote In the eyes of the public withdrawal ' of liquor from ware-th- at Louisville, June inclusive. No County can afford to fall In tho question is not taken serious- - houses to permit wholesale druggists watches the disappointed boy set out jto withdraw liquor from bond and sending delegates to attend this imon the return trip to the dull, cramp- ly, portant meeting it it is to be.progres-siv- o. ed life lie has always known, atele-griS- ii - "There Ija great tendency to blame from wholesale free warehouses, The Commercail Appeal is one of the' largest Nothing is of greater importIs received from tho mission Wilson for all tho illsifectlve May 16. was announced to- by Prohibition Commissioner- - ance In the development of a Count" and best papers m the South and we hope to receive bflard of his church, stating that the and troubles now befalling tho Southern Methodist Church is calling tries Involved In tho late war, so that Kramer. Thhe modification does not ty than good roads. Advocates of many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and ho cause are urged to see that theiF liquor dealers, his popularity is not nearly as great includo-wholesfor 400 foreign missionaries; 75 seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in County is well represented. workers and BOO homo mlsslon- -' as when he visited tho other side. Judge What Is your occupation, The status of the highway system, and 3,000 pastors during the your subscription now. Don't delay. "Conditions In France," said Dean, Federal and State aid, will be intelnext four years, and asking how ma- Browu, "have Improved very much mv mnn? Prisoner I am a bus driver, my ligently discussed and explained by ny his college can furnish. alnco my visit of two years ago, about State Highway Commissioners. Road It Is to meet the tragic need which the tlmo of the armistice The peo- lord. Judge You moan you are the driv- experts will tell of the - different during the past year forced Southern ple are working; tho ratoof producBrussels. Part of tho money will bo methods of road building and main- HUNTING LIONS Methodist schools to deny admission tion is rising, nnd economy, the er of horses attached thereto? used in establishing a nurses' traintenance. Every phase of the quesPrisoner Yes, sir. . to D.000 young people qu account of. strength of tho French, is everywhere IN "OLD" MEXICO ing school in memory of Edith Cavell, Judge You nro charged wl'.h hit- tion as it exists In each section will ' crowded conditions, that tho Chris- evident, ting this man on tho face. ,Dld you be considered. tho martyred English nurso. Tho tian Education Movement was launch"Tho financial burden of Franco Is do It? In conectlon with the Convention Chicago, April 23. Lassoing lions donation was madelo heljj future Eu- ed. Lctrders In the denomination say tremendous. It wants tho indemni Prisoner Certainly not. there will be a big exhibit of modern is better for spring fever than snssa- - ropean civilization to carry on nnd that although Southern Methodism ty, yet to procuro It would mean a Judge What did you do, then? manufacturers and dealers will be on fras tea, according to Stanley H, extend the fields of education and has bo splendid n record as an educa resulting development in Germany, Prisoner I Hit him on the nasal hand to demonstrate their products. Graham, who has Just returned public health. tional church, sha ranks only fifth and It Is this economic rlvalry-tba- t Is organ attached thereto. London Delegates will bo taken on automo- from a three months' hunting trip with her sister denominations in edu- feared. '' "IJiavo studied a great deal,"- - reAnswers. bile tours of inspeciion. Close ex- In Mexico. . cational holdings. Tho educational "Thoro is a poverty of currency In 1 . Chex, "but thero" four-toc-- n marked Mr. Cassisus. amination will be made Of various He biOJRht. back ItVt skins of assets of the Methodist Episcopal France only paper mopey is availatypes and their durability. " ON TAFT, BY TAFT. represented by mountain lions, eight tigers, Is ono thing I can't understand," Church, South, are country is entirely denud"What is that?" Arrangements are well under way twelve deer, twelve Mexican monkeys t ninety-on- e Institutions of learning, ble. Tho and "Why a man who borrows a hunsilver. No traveler It was very Important that former to provide royal entertainment for and twenty peccaries. universities, colleges, In- ed of gold consisting of , or Inhabitant may ledvo French soil President Taft get away early ono visitors during their stay in this "I've hunted nearly every variety dred dollars and can't pay Is a fail-dustrial and training schools an Inure whllo a man who borrows a milmore than 5,000 francs, the ex- morning from a small town in which City. of game in North America," he said, vestment of $30,000,000. Through with ,. cess above this being exchanged for he had spoken. The only train go "but trailing the mountain lion beats lion dolla'rs is a success whether ho the Christian Education Movement, notes. ing thru was an express which was 5 ESCAPE JAIL; ONE them nU for thrills. The only way to can pay it or not." Washington Star. Methodists proposo to more Southern "Tho United States should be tol- - not scheduled to stop at that town. PRISONER REMAINS hunt IIoih is with bloodhounds and than double this investment, enlargMr. Taft wired to headquarters: fast horses. A lion will measure ing, modernizing and stabilizing these crant of France for it Is ill, and, as Mt. Vernon, Ky., April 23. Five seven feet tour inches from nose to institutions that they may touch ev-,- y such, irritable and sharp, saying "Will you stop thru express nt to take on large party?" prisoners broke Jail hore at an early tip of tail and weigh 150 pounds. A phase of lifo, moral, Intellectual, things not really meant." The answer care back: "Yes." The, hour this morning and up until to- Mexloan llo is what you. call a 'hard- -' Speaking of Italy, Den Brown dephysical, recreational, thus enabling them to develop symmetrical Chris- clares that there Is less hostility to express was duly stopped. Tho form- night, only one of the fugitives had boiled egg.' The only prisonus. Tho government is having great er president got aboard, and the con- been apprehended. "The real sport is to follow a Hon, tian character. The great Italian asset Is ductor said: "Where's that large par- er to remain In the jail was John Bai- howling his fury, Into a cave. I'd go I Tho closing thought in "Out of the difficulty. ley, who is, charged with the murder into the cave with a short carbine and Christian College" la that through man power, bJt there are no raw ma ty I was to take on?" "I'm It," replied Mr. Taft. of Beverly White, at Barbourvlllo. a candle on a pole. The lion would large gifts to Christian education, terials to work with. Steel, coal, Iron Then the conductor recognized the He was brought to Mt. Vernon yes- poke his head around an alley In the men and women may erect for them-solv- are all imported and, with tho lire at immortal monuments and thus 3 cents, it is impossible to purchase former president and joined In the terday morning and his case was not cave to see the strange light. Then officially-transferreto this court un- I'djop him. Of course, the discharge There Is even a laugh. continue to live In tho Uvea and deeds raw materials. til today. Bailey refused the Invita- of the gun put out the candle, ana of those whose training thoy havo bread tax and macaroni, the Italian HIS OWN GRANDFATHER. tion of tho, jail breakers to flee, but it's sort of ticklish on the backbone, staple, may bo had only four days a mado possible H -instead went to the jailer's residence because you don't know whether week. There still exist two meatless This is how a man figures out tno and advised him of what had happen- you've really killed him. or not." Visitor What does tho chaplain do days a week. complex relationship of his own ed. Graham's wife killed- - four lions. kere? The Germans are willing to work much jnlxed-u- p family. The men escaped before daylight "It's more fun than playing Freshman Oh, ho gets up In cha- hard. They labor under a ten to He is Edmond Thomas, f Saltll-l- and when Bailey visited the jailer, he bride," she, said. pel every morning, looks over the twelve-hou- r working day for a dally Ohio, and says: said, "Now, chief, that you know the Graham has what Is said to be the student body, and then prays for tho wago of 20 marks, with the marks "I met a young widow with a news, how" about going down there only1 pack of bloodhounds in the Leigh Burr. college. r, worth about a cent. Onco tho in- grown-u- p and I mar and staying the rest of the night with world trained to hunt lions. Two of demnity is fixed, Germany will pro- ried the widow. me. It's lonesome down there." them are worth $10,000 and have sent SCHOOLS ENMBTKD TO AID very rapid strides. "Then my father met our stepI have telephones and supLIVESTOCK MOVEMENT gress with eight criminals to the penitentiary daughter- and married her. That ) WOMAN IN SPEAKER'S CHAIR becausetbey were able to pick up a plies in stock. Make a spe"Our new company Is capitalized made my wlfo the mother-in-laof; scent seventy-tw- o hours old. Indications that tho public schools cialty of repair work. If and made my stepher father-in-laThe honor of presiding over the will at $60,000,000." Onco during the recent hunt the of the state in tho rural sections "Great! Let me see your prospec- daughter my stepmother and my New Jersey assembly was granted to pack ran three days and nights af- you need Wire, Brackets enter tho campaign for better bred tus." See? father became my step-soMrs. Jennie C. Van Ness just before ter ono lion. Graham's horse played livestock were evidenced yosterday Spools, Insulators, Inr, "Oh we haven't got out a prospecthe- - step- adjournment. This is tho first time out and the chase was given up. Gra- Pins, "Then my favorable response to letters to when printer mother, tho tus yet. The confounded of my wife, In the history of the state that such ham has been hunting for twenty sulated Wire, Lightning Ar several county superintendents ask- wants his pay in advance." Utlca had a son. That boy was, of course, a thing has occurred and the form of years. He was the hunting friend of resters, Switches, or any part assistance was received by the ing my brother, because he was my fath- addressing the chair had to be chang- former President noosevelt. When Exchange and Globe. " Louisville r for a telephone, call, write er's son; but he was also tho son of ed sfrom "Mr. Speaker" to "Mrs not hunting he sells wallpaper. Kentucky Pure Bred livestock The and there-tor- e Speaker." Little Boy Mother, aro there any my wife's or phone me. A few second Association. her grandson. That mado me HONOR EDITH CAVELL Appreciation of tho seriousness of men angels in heaven? hand 'phones in stock. Mur. grandfather of my Judge Havo you anything to ofThen Mother Why, cortainly, dear. situation was expressed the livestock fer the court before sentence is" passMother.I never my wife had a son. Little Boy--B- ut, has tual phone No. 1. Tho Rockefeller fovnc'atlo by tho superintendents as well as "My mother-in-latho step-sisted on you? donated. 43,000,000 franca toward a as to the success of tho cam- saw any pictures of angels with whisconcern of my son, is also his grandmother, Prisoner No, your Honor; my total of 100,000,000 francs for new paign. An effort will bo made by the kers. child. My lawyer took my last dollar. Boston buildings and endowments of the to Mother No, dear, men get in with becauso ho is her step-son- 's Exchange and the Association of my Transcript. father is the brother-in-laBeaver Dam, Ky. medical Bcbool of the University of the children direct thru tho a close shave. soven-olgh'hfl -- schools onil tho parents in turn thru mu vim it vi uuvmMiig UAyiuiiuug tho purposo of the campaign) tho promotion of calf, shoep and pig clubs, tho writing of essays by children on tho ronsons why better bred cattlo pa'y will bo among tho features to roach the children. Material for the children will como from tho U. S. Government, tho As County sociation and tho Exchange Agents nlready are advancing tho club ' movement, while bankers and busi ness men in the farming districts also are niding In many Instances with prizes. LIMIT OF LIQUOR FOR child, becauso his wife I am MEDICINE ANNOUNCED boh, who is the brother of auo ino child step-slstcr ! a Gallons Of Wine, Four nnd Seven KlRliths Of Hccr To Ilo Your Allowance. , -- am my mother's my wlfo is her own child's aunt, my son Is my father's nophow, nnd I am my own grand .atner." National Tribune. I brother-in-la- grandmother. ray own of my ChE.dren Cry for Fletcher7 stf TTvf Just-as-go- What is CASTOR A ka mass-meetin- Tree-Plant- er Sf rSlatVf el GENUINE CASTORIA - ALWAYS SP S zZfZaL 44Z VLx&Z 4 4Z&C6 In Use For Over 30 Years The Bought Lou-Isyill- o well-equipp- ed woll-rounde- A CASH OFFER al-t- ho over-crowd- ' 10 $1.75 coun-tnigh- re-li- of alo cs -- -. "- Som-orvll- le Telephones os d ;A rr o, step-daughte- No Need to Wait w w n, stop-mothe- step-daught- er Live-stock- step-dnugnt- step-brothe- er W. G. Muffett w Lm, .-.- .&J3J t:?3rk-ktr- t Vf .41 Vb f , " gsrtuv rfit .Pftr-e-- - " ' TThe Hartford Republican Published Weekly by KARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor; nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law' at tho Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall anttcr ot tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old Address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c por lino for each lnsortlon. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc por word, and 6c or each head uno anu signnuiro, money In advance. Church Notices for services freo, lc per but other advertisements, word. Anonymous Communications will receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY, 59 123 APRIL 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County nnd District Offices. Wo are authorized to announce tho candidacy of the following citizens, subject to tho action of the Republican party In tho primary election August C, 1921: -- Por Representative. IRA JONES W. H. BAIZE Arnold. Hartford. For Circuit Clerk: PRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllo. O. N. STEWART Reaver Dam. For County Judge MACK COOK Hartford WINSON SMITH Select. "W. S. DEAN Dundee. OTTO C. MARTIN -- amongst thoso who are classed as moderately to highly educated who will frankly admit that they disbelieve in the existence of n Supremo Being, tho Immortality of tho soul and a llfo somewhero boyond tho grnve. No doubt but that thcro comes times In tho Uvea of many thoughtful men when thoy wav.or and hnlt, although they riover get away, entirely at least, from a faith I?x tho hereafter. Unmask their Inmost nnd most honest thought nnd conviction, whilo perhaps dormant at times, yet cases and nlnety-nln- o In of each thousand tho old fallh out and hope will be discovered. A situation ought always bo fairly and squarely faced and as n general.prop- ositlon battle bo maucauovo uoarti and in tho open, but it docs strike us that an admission that tho higher education has n tendency to drive or lend men and women toward atheism does the causo of religion an irreparable injustice and injury. We are more inclined to the opinion that the wide difference in the views and tachlngs of the apparent intensly religious does more harm to the cause higher education. than the Wo have had our greatest trouble and most weighty handicap trying to harmonize the opinions of two or more who read tho same paragraph and vociferously argue it to mean two or more different things, asserting that it a person denied that It did not mean so and" so, he disbelieved the bible nnd therefore had no place in tho select circle, and of course, as a consequence was doomed to be lost, or words to that effect. If christian people denominations and sects could find somo way in their plans of salvation to pull the cords a bit lighter, so that a drawing together could be plainly noted by the averago layman and tho wayward, seeds "of the atheist and skeptical propagandists would beJust as well be butned with fire, cause there would not be one chance In a million of their finding soil in which to propagate. nine-hundr- ' j TRADEMARK REGISTERED .U.S. PATENT OFFICE t CK2ll JKK3&$ Wffir5i &f'.F4P t:v' 1 fS-1 What SamsonService Means to Farmers t0 Sdl yU a" Samson Tractor, but to see that the Samson Zt is our desire n0t only 1SPIS W$&$W$ K&H .fw.iNViWVff.NVaH ! ,-v- Tractor you buy gives you the kind of service we promised the kind you expect. The Samson Tractor Company a division fgpif I -- AX ! ,A " -- ) For County Attorney. Hartford.' For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. G. A. RALPH Hartford. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam, CICERO -- CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford. V MALEN D. HEFLIN Centcrtown. Forf County Clerk: ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver Dam. 3SOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Rosino. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G: BARRASS Hartford. McIIenry. M. F. CHUMLEV JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. For .Taller: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING-tHartf- ord. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. 5. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, Route 1. NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry For Tax Commissioner D, E. WARD Hartford, Route Fordsvllle. HOY F. KEOWN '. I For Magistrate, . (District No., 1) . J. P., McCOY Hartford Route 2. J. A. DOLING Upper East Hartford. (District Np. 2.) W. C. KNOTT Centertown. ELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. (District No. 3) ' I N. Jfit.' TAYLOR, Cool Springs. " O.'E. SCOTT Prentiss.' " Q. B.'BR6wN Simmons. ' '(District No. 4.), J, W. CHEEK Asklnfl, . (.District No. 6.) I ,J. A, EJDGE Dundee. VBUEL MI'PKIFF Hartford, R. 6. JtACK MARTIN Sulphur- - Springs. Dbtrcit No. 7.) J. WALTER, TAYLOR Cromwell. J. Nv OGSPON Roslne. j I ; ' A pessimistic wave seems to have found lodgement with ,tho Ministers ot the coun'try, due to the fact, as they' claim,' that colleges and universities are teaching skepticism and turning out atheists while dissemwho are to -wako a narrow escape, if they do so st all: the most highly educated and the densely ignorant, or rather those wholly unlearned. We seriously .doubt if there are to be found many inating higher learning. .If truo there are two classes " riA-VMsr v. The offer ot the German Government transmitted to the Washington Government, and by It to be brought a'wViKv X VVU-lUjAV1 lTf lU1 "N." JCtW to the attention of the Allies, has public. The Gorman probeen made position to pay in reparations, the sum of two hundred billion gold marks or the equivalent of $50,000,-000,00making a cash payment to HARTFORD. KY. the Allied Reparations Commission of $250,000,000 and further agreeing to do her utmost tb " with the allies in restoring and rebuilding the devastated areas, as well as promising various and other sun- ed bj' force. The wily ,German has for everything that may appear heredry good acts, sounds pretty good very preceptibly shown signs of weak STRAY STREAKS in during tho week of hh sojourn In tolerably stout. Yet the ening of and reads late, although no mood of this ihop, tho wo had 'o promise the German proposals fall far short of penitence has been noticeable. The (By Fluke McFluko.) 4 agod parly a free hnud It' order to allied demands and the general im- nest few days may be days around get him to come, and I fuel now, In pression is that another rejection is which more concern is centerd than "Mr. Rowan Holbrook has a pure fact 1 could swear In advance that he although it Is by no means any that have gone before during the in sight, broiKWhlto Rock Rooster and a bull U filr.g to spring somo.h.r.g scando-lO'.s- ly suro that this latest advancement is past year, and better. dog and ho lus to keep the, rooster sounding, and a long ways that amendments not subject to e. penned up or tied up to keep him off f'.om tiO truth about me In my would materially add to tho reparaLOUISVILLE MARKETS the bull dog. So please read the Rcpubll-:a- n tions total. Both President Harding v ah expectations ot arrlcloi rathand Secretary Hughes have made it Cattle Little activity was displayWe received a letter from our er defamatory to my good name and very plain that the Germans ought to ed on any class of stock; in fact,, It x friend, I. D. Claire, Louisville, the deeds. be made pay to their full limit .on was a slow and draggy affair thruout. first of this week and he said he Just reparations. When the Germans The best light butchers sold steady: seed John Moore fishin' in a man a NOUXCEMKXT. put the matter of final and total in- medium grades slow and uneven. Harding for settlement Slow market on medium to good hea- hole on a side street in that city, demnity up to tother'day. I wish to announco that 1 have the President very promptly declined vy cows. Limited demand for heavy oniy by way of reply, of- steers of all taken ;'. cr tho fire insurance agenev to act, and, kinds; offerings hard. to By the latest announcement, wo are ot the National Un'on Firp Insurance fered to serve to bring to the allies' dispose of at Monday's low time. Narallowed to procure a a, much as 3 gal- Company, ot Pittsburg, Pt. , formerly 'Ger- row volume ot attention any proposition the traffic In the feeders and (to be' exact) 4 8 represented by Baize Brothers and J. mans should feel disposed to make, and stockers, with medium and com- lons of wine appearance ot an mon trashy stockers hard to move at gallons of beer. We hain't got ours D. Holbrook, both of Hartford. Ky.. provided it bore the yet and if yotf-havwe would like to and will bo pleased to have you call adequate settlement, and he could unevently lower prices. borrow about one ot each till ourn upon mo In reference to your insur-- ; acceptable do so in a manner wholly Quotations: Prime heavy steers ance. In case of loss please notify to the Allies. There is no way of ?v7.758; heavy shipping steers $7.50 comes in. me promptly. All remittance upon telling whether Harding and Hughes 7.75 medium steers $6.50 7.50; Just another reminder: Please note should be sent direct to home ofdeem the German offer worthy of fat heifers $6.50(0)9; fat cows $5.75 watch John Henry In our absence, fice at Pittsburg, Pa., Should you transmittal, or whether It would bo 7; medium cows 4 5.75; cutHence ters $3S4; canners $2 2.50; bulls if not this week, then the next there wish any changes In your pol!cyt I considered hy the Allies. after, but watchim, let skepticism be will be pleased to attend to tho mat ground may' be broken for an adjust feeders $67.75; stockers $5 your watch work and caution your ter for you. I will be glad ro have ment of the matter of the gravest im7.50; milch cows $2075. oh ye children of you' call at my office over Baize's rule.Remembej portance to the entire world, and Calves Prlcea Unchanged... Best 43t2 easy of gullablllty, re- store, in Hartford, Ky. again there is the chance that noth- veals $7.508; medium to good $4 credulity and Yours truty, member, I have warned ye, do hot ing has been done. Without con- S5; common to medium S. L. KING, Agent. easy prey. siderable In the way of amendments Hogs Prices on the top grades be taken as suckers of mm and additions thereto, we would deem ruled 25c higher, with heavies and WHISKY PRICE CUT TO We noticed in a paper whero somo the latte'r, the better bet. The Ger- throwouts unchanged. The limited WHOLESALE man leaders and government that Is, demand for pigs caused a quarter .man was enjoined by tho coujt from regarded by the .rest pf the world, lower on both grades. Top hogs molesting his wjte, from whom he is Washington, April 25 Liquor or by the .major portion at least, as brought $8; best hogs; 220 pounds had been separated. If everybody being In the bands ot a receiver, an and up, sold at $7.25; 120 to 220 Bad wives like some men we know prices are tobogganing. Wholesale quotations have dropped absolute bankrupt in so tar as honor pounds $8; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $7; ot there would be little use of the judgment is 90 pounds down $6; throwouts $5.50. courts taking a hand to prevent the and caused a sharp decline In value is concerned, and the No, ot boiided warehouse certificates, fairly well merited, (Juo to the fact Sheep and Lambs Few changes men from pestering around. court action woulden'bo necessary. John F. Kramer, Prohibition Commisthat she has, with innumerable other were made 1n values, wilh a limited sioner; said today. disreputable acts, torn and scatter- demand for the lamb offerings. Best "Whisky warehouse certificates are UncJo Joe Thomasson, of Hetlin, engage- springers quotable at $10 12.50, aced to the four minds her ments and obligations, signed, if not, cording to weight and quality. Best says he expects to get himself shav- a drug on the market. Demand Is ed, also a hair cut, when tho wettther falling off," he said. they ought to fiave been,, with the fall lambs seconds RetaiUdrugglsts and others authorgreatest of solemnity. Yet .regard- best sheep $4 5; bucks $2.50 down. settles down and warms up a bit, and scraps ot paper. he is going to fool his family, make ized to buy liquor are reaping tho ed by her as mere Produce. Druggists There is no wonder that the Allies Louisville produce dealers quote them think he is a stranger when he benefit of tho reductions. distrust the German bo much. Dis- buying prices as follows net to ship- goes home, so they will, treat him are buying as low as $20 a cose, or regard tor obligations and distrust per the shipper paying freight and like he was somebody. But .Alec less than $2 a quart, and selling at Porter says It he keeps fooling round a profit ot 200 per cent and upward. held for her by the others most near- drayago charges: bis office much more he won't have ly concerned, and the further tact Eggs 19c dozen. ADSUNISTJtATOK'S SALE. that tho aforesaid .Germans did not Poultry Hens 21c lb.; large to get rid of all that alfalfa and get licked quite as hard as they spring chickens 21c lb.; small 40c stuff, to keep his folks from, recogought to have been, have a tendency lb.; young ducks 15c lb.; Ne.- 1 tur- nizing him on somo of. his returns On Saturday, May 7., at about tho " to prolong and put off a settlement keys 36c lb.; geese 8c lb.; guineas home. hour ot 10 o'clock a. in., at the late residence ot Thomas J. Hoops, near that otherwise would have been re- 30c each; .young guineas 50c. Our "old enemy, John .Henry, has Prentiss, I will sell to the highest and moved from the calender long ago. May tho first is, sb to speak, at hand Est rayed Black holsteln milch promised to slip down and furnish best bidder a lot and and on thlb date Allied military oc- cow, 6 years old, short horns, one the fillings for this sheet, either next kitchen furniture, tools etc. Terms cupation of a vast area of Genvan slightly disfigured. Return to or week or the week thereafter. We made known at hour of sale. U. S. CARSON, Admr. soil Is scheduled to begin, that col- notify VIQ HOCKER, McHenry, Ky., wish to state in advance, that we are Tho8.-- ( J, Hoops,, deceased. 44t2p not going to be personally responsible lection of indemnity may be enforc- - and receive reward. X. l' K&H PMSki c CWvYSS VJ0S "V of the General Motors Corporation, the world's largest manufacturers of automotive vehicles have certain high service standards which are inflexibly maintained. We, as Samson dealers are here to carry out these standards. Write for Samson Literature. 4.wj JK fsj "X. - 0, ACTON BR 'SgjHJr -- :5 7-- s raw LOCAL BOARD EMPLOYS PORTION' OF FACULTV -- e, $46; $34. Tho Hartford School Board, at n meeting held Monday night, employed a portion of the faculty for the Graded and high school, for the ensuing year. Thoso elected wore as follows: Principle, Miss Mary Marks; voSmith-Hughtraining, cational course, Prof. Wilbur Roads; 7th and 8th grailcs, Mrs. S. O. Keown; 3rd and 4th grades, Miss Alice Taylor; 1st and 2nd grades, Mss Beulah Moore. In all probability the existing vacancies will bo filled at an early date. In tho selection of Miss Marks as president or principle, the board broke a precedent never boforo shattered as she-- is th,c first lady to be chosen to this position. Miss Marks is splendidly educated, wido awako and thoroughly imbued with tho cause of education. She formerly sprvod two years as assistant principle of the Calhoun high school and now occupies tho position of assistant iu the school to which she has been chosea prlnciple Tho experience thus gained materially adds to her "quallf as head of the local school. Prof. Rhoads Is a graduate ot the University of Kentucky and ha3 had two yearp teaching experience in thf? Central City High School, in tho same course he Is to have charge of hero and It is felt that in procuring Prof. Rhoads' services, wo are most " .fortunate. The other members. o( the faculty chosen, are, like Miss Marks and Prof. Rhoads, home products, known of and by 'all. Oa the selections made, thus far, we congratulate both board and patrons. Ica-.tlo- ns - $68; $45; - FLEE AND WED. Laura Ford and Mr. Robert on their Carson slipped a march friends and relatives Wednosday, when they went to Rockport, Ind., whore they procured a license and were joined In marriage The bride is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Jno. S. Ford, of lbwer West Hartford, a former studont of the Hartford High school and popular with her many friends, whilo the bridegroom' i a son ot Prof, and Mrs. W. n. Carson, of Beda. He graduatod from the High scbooUhere, last year and is ,Miss held in htgh esteem by his many friends and associates. Both ot the young people are under the age ot&l years. - ! & I Attorney M. L, Heavtfn In In Ow- Judge Mack Cook and Mr. U, S. Carson, mndo n buslnosa trip to onsboro tills week, In attendance of UalzetownAVodncsday. tho Daviess Circuit Court. LIAMS & TAYLOR'S, nnd Mr. Henry Lench, of tho Ohio Counpardon toots of nil kinds nt WILthey are of ty Drug Co., returned yesterday from Kcon-Kutter x DEMONSTRATION the kind too. 43t2 Owensboro, whore ho had spent two 1bi ' , aMm lF!0r? WW Ar i iv Y a LOST Wednesday, tf . &JK rCA'-y- 7 r --w., I YMIWM fnWi Miss Anna Laura Hays, of Owens- her luifband, Mr. Goodman, a.-- tho g boro, was the guest of Miss Emllle Commercial Hotel. Pendleton, City, from Friday until Monday. Mr. Mack Murray and family, who until rcsently resided In Illinois, have Mr. Arthur Leach, of Graham taken rooms over the grocery of Livisited his father, Mr. Charllo Loach, kens & Lench, Mr. Murray contemand family, of this place, Saturday plates entcrirfg the blacksmith's busx iness at an early, date. and Sunday. . or.threo dnys. mrll I'lver. plnr with 'Washington D. 0.' seal In 'cenMrs., J. I. Goodman returned yes ter, reward If returned to tills office. tcrday to her home In Owensboro, af ter spending a fow days here with New Process OIL STOVES We havo. secured the agency for the New Process Oil Stove and we are convinced this is the very best Oil Stove on the market today. -- a Hosiery Service thatYou Cannot Fail to Appreciate '' Mrs. R. R. Wedding, City, went to to-- be Maxle Tenbrook, tho fine saddle with and harness stallion will make the Darrott's Forry, Monday, her sister, Mrs. W. W. Lloyd, who is season of 1921 at Hartford fair seriously 111. grounds. Also the high breed Jack, Long Tom, will make tho season of at tfie Fair grounds, Hartford, Mrs. J.'w. O'Bannon, of RussclI-f44ti vllle, Is spending a couplo of weeks Ky. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. ' Mr. William M. James, of FrankStewart, at Cromwell. lin, Tenn., will arrive In Ohio CounMrs. Melvln Browning, of Russell-vlll- e, ty about May 2, to make an extended was the guest of her parents, visit with friends and relatives. He Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Johnson from says ho contemplates staying as long as tho grub of his friends holds out Monday to Wednesday. arid they hold In. Miss Mary Rowe, who has spent PLANTS FOR" SALE, IN SExlSON, the winter with relatives in Louisiana Eearliana-Beefstcak Tomato, POSTPAID and Texts, is expected to return etc., 12" 2,0c; 25 35c; to her home hero Monday. 50 60c; 100 $1.0J. Sweet Potato, Nancy Hall, 100 40c; 300 $1.00. Mr. L. C. Acton nnd family movfcd' e. m. Morton, Tuesday, from tho O'Bannon properCentertown, Ky. ty on Clay street to rooms In the resi- 43t4 dence of Mrs. jonnlo . Miller. International. Cultivators It takes a man to operate other cultivators Mrs. W. II. lAlbrltton of Mayfield, but any eighth or ten year old child will nrrlvo here thejlrst of next week can operate the International. It to spend severaKdays with her sister, has G shovels and 2 disc hlllcrs. It Mrs. O. T, Burns and Mr. Burns. has no equal. The price Is right. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. , 44t4 Misses Kathleen Tiyncr and Amelia Barnctt, City", spent Saturday and The Ohio County Board of EducaSunday with Miss Turner's mother, tion, In a recent meeting, accepted Mrs. Oma L. Turner, Centertown. and approved plans for a four-roobrick building to be erected at CromMr. W. G. Bennett nnd (laughter. well, In the recently consolidated disMiss Esther, who have been spendirig tricts. The board also elected M." the winter In Florida, ore expected to C. W. Wedding, of Fordsvllle, as at arrive homo within tho next ten days. tendance officer. Sl v It is a fine thing to feel that the hosiery requirements of the entire family can be purchased in one store. It is a lot of satisfaction, too, to know that the grade, quality and service in each case is uniformly good. Our lines of SI The Maker's Mark of Identification on Cooper'i-Benning-to- for. men, women and children are' maintained, with every consideration of our customers' demands, the year 'round: As a result of this policy our size and style assortments can be depended upon to satisfy any and every demand. Whether it Is new hose for the "Baby of the House," sturdy, rollicking boys and girls, or the "grown-ups- " of the family, there is a suitable style, grade or quality in ALLEN A Black Cat e Hosiery had here at all times. The finest silk and sport wool .hosiery of the present vogue, as well as the more inexpensive styles in cotton and mercerized lisle hose arc splendidly represented. Come in and let us show you what our hodcry service i eally means to you. to-b- Allen A Hosiery And Saturday, April 30th, we will have a free demonstration in cooking oirthis stove by one of the best cooks in Hartford. You are invited. Come and bring your friends. A light lunch' will be served free, prepared from some of the goodies that we cany irr stock at all times. " ' WILLIAMS & TAYLOR r Hartford, Kentucky. f n Spring Needle Underwear for Men and Boys and on Blacfc Cat Hosiery DeLAVAL Cream . -- for Men, Women and Children ' Separator Only $1.60 per. JZAKj&l&a mmxtzMiiwzmmit The Hartford FRIDAY,. Republican ...Al'IUIi 29 L. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. In J. T- Carter, of Rockport, was Hartford Tuesday. - Furniture and Queensware. 42tf J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. , Mr. Ira D. Bean went to Louisville yesterday on a business errand. Garden seeds of all kinds at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. 42t3 New beans and peas for yqur Sun 43t2 day dinner at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. 50 pound can Swifts Premium Pure Lard, $8.25. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Two houses and lots In East Hartford Addition. Cheap for cash, Call 43t2p T. J. Green. . County Attorney A! D. Kirk was" In Louisville, last week end on a business errand. We have field fence, rabbit, poultry 42tf and barbed wire fence. W.' B. ELLIS & BRO. Messrs. Ira Jones .and 0. W. Arnold of the White Run country, were . in town WeSneqday. .H' f; Miss Bessie Morton, with tho Cumberland Telephone Co., at Che local office, Is taking her annual vacation. Miss Winnie Wilson, City, has accepted the position as teacher in tho Goshen school during, tho coming term. Stand.9, Tables, Chairs, Rugs, Stove3 FOR CIAM3 d. Beds, Dresser, Washj ,and 41tf Mrs. MARY E. TAYLOR HUDSON, Side-boar- Mr. Alfred Mr. C.lF. Schapmlre, City, visited In McHenry, Stewart and family, and friends and relatives Sunday. " Do you need plant food for your small, flowers? We have It la can, specially convenient sifter-to- p prepared for flowers and small vegeWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. tables. residing In Kobe, Japan, for some time past, will arrive. In Hartford during the first of next week and will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook a few days. Mr. Attorney Georgo-S- . Wilson, of Ow and Mrs. Singleton are friends of 42ta onatooro, candidate forlho Democratic Mr.1 "and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook, Lenard's Seed In bulk at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. nqmlnation for Circuit Judge, was in who resided in tho Japanese City, Hartford Tuesday and Wednesday, but lately removed to Manila, P, I. Mrs. Singleton is enroute to New Mr. J. II, B. Carson returned Wed- laying fence worm. York City, .whero they are o reside nesday, from a business trip to Louisville. Have you done your Spring house In thb future. cleaning? We have all the impleCOMING Highest Cash Prlc-- s paldvfor eggs ments with which to do It. Brooms, mops, soap anu washing powders of and paultry. With - stereoptlcon views, G C. all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. W. E. ULLIS & BRO. Cromor, founder of the Only two marriage licenses were Foundlings' Home, Louisville, Ky., Miss Lourene Collins, of Greenville, spent last the homo issued 'during the past week: Her- with his message of "Answered Prayman Keown, White Run to Minnie er." At the Methodist Church on, folks here. Allen, Neafus, and Dora Lain, Nar Wednesday night, 3Iay 4th. Free. . See us for all kinds of grass and rows, to Bettlo Lanham, Fordsvllle. j --A. ENTERTAINMENT P. T. field seeds. Quality first. .Mrs. J. F. Vlckers, and daughter, HIGHLY COMPLIMENTED W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Marlon Austin, Mrs Fannie B. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan and fam Little and Mr. Woodrldge Little, of ' The cntertalnment given at vthe ily were guests Sunday, of friends and Owensboro wore guests Sunday of high school auditorium last TuesIr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Slramerman, day night by the Beda Parent Teachrelatives in uenirni wiy. City. er Association was a pronounced success from the spectators' viewBuggies. Horcules and Delker We are In receipt of a belated re- point. The entire program was well J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, 42tf S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam. port of tho birth of a daughter, rendered, the participants acquitting weighting 8 pounds, christened Willye themselves Individually and as a Mildred, in the home of Mr. and Mrs.. whole, in a manner very pleasing to Hon. L. L. Embry and Mr. Andrew In town T. S. Miller, of Beech Valley, o'n the the audience. The only adverse Alford, of Roslno, were 16th, Inst.r criticism heard at all was the Wednesday, on business. of the program, which A communication recently came to required a bit more than three and by Plain and fancy sowing done Republican office announcing one-ha- lf hours bf time for renderng. MRS. W. O. WOODRING. Gall at her the N Unfortunately, the elements very 43t2 the birth of a son, on April 21st., residence on Fredorlca St. werght 9 pounds, named Marlon Ste- seriously Interfered with the attend-,ncundoubtedly reducing it by more family wart, to Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mahurln, Mr, Otto C. Martin and. per cent as the than moved Into the residence Tuesday, of Dixon, Ky. evening and night was very stormy, recently purchased from Mrs. Laura Word has been received by Mrs. rainy and bad. Stevens. . 4- Edna D. Mitchell, Beaver Dam, of Mau- ESTRAYED OR STOLEN. Miss Emillo Henderson Pendleton the marriage of her grandson, returned yesterday from Owensboro rice M. Barrass, San Francisco, CaliApril 22nd, one dark red, muley where she went the .day before, to fornia, on the 21st of April to Miss Mary L. Silveira, milch cow, abqut 4 years old, with visit friends. scar on back and left hip. Notify 44t2 We don't know whether our cor- BERT TRAIL, McHenry. child, Mr. 0. W? Wallace and small : Central City, spent Saturday and respondents have gone on a strike, of IAVIA IIOUTG 8. Sunday with Mrt Wftllacq's mother, are taking a vacation or laid up with T. Barnett and Mr. Darnett, spring fever. At any rato a large Mrs.S. number of them havo not been heard , Rev. Birch Shields, of Cromwell, City. preached a splendid sermon at Mt. from with much 'frequency lately. Carmel, Sunday afternoon, you have tough luck with your Did Miss Carrie Mae Wlgginton 4s visearly garden? Yes, we all did, butj Public Sale Every Second and gooa Fourth Saturday in each month, we iting relatives at Bells Run this week. lot's try again with Leonard's Mr, Otis Clark and family spent 4.3t2 will hold a Public Sale at the Courtbulk seed. For sale by house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring Sunday with Mr. Sylvester Clark and WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. In anything you have to sell and we family, of Hartford Route 7. O. M. Crowe. Common- - will find you a buyer. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Blair and Judeo PARKS & YEISER, daughter, Madaleno spent Sunday Vealth's Attorney, C. E. Smith, and StenogHartford, Ky. with Mr. Homer Turner and family. Stephenson, Miss Mildred Mr. Ulysls McCoy and father, of rapher for Barnes & Smith, were In Raymer W. Tlnsloy, with ine de- Pleasant Ridge, spent Sunday with Llvermoro Tuesday. partment, of Justice with headquar- Mr. Lewis French and family. A surprise birthday dinner was giv-o- n Leghorns the ters in Houston, Texas, and recently James' S. O. White Mrs. Alpha Cundltf at her. home egg machines. Flock headed bjr sent to Atlanta, Ga., on a mission "Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 for tho Government, was discharged at Buford Sunday. Miss Lillian Rhoades spent the per 1G; $6.00 per 50; $1.00 per 100, from a hospital in the Georgia City, with her sister, Mrs, Kernle MRS. O, B. JAMES'. Poultry Farm, last Saturday after having recovered, week-en- d Ralph, of Pleasant Ridge. Centertown, Ky, from a mild attack of smallpox. ' V All-Pray- er week-endwlto, one-hundr- Tnrlnv mill HMIn "inn. . . ... :: rrsrr.-7j- ? oi umcago, in., win return noine y, spending a week with Mrs. after Turley's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Williams. fci Mro V. T) Mrs. J. M. Singleton who has been save enough to pay for it- - before the installments falls week. You due. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS BEAVER DAM, KY. Main Street. Comer Both Phones. 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. The greedy hand of Are Seizes some home, barn or store. How About Your Property? Is It adequately INSURED? Is it properly SAFEGUARDED? Every fire brings costly interruptions, danger and Inconvenience, that'' can not be measured In dollars and cents.' The Continental Insurance Co. furnishes insurance of the highest grade. Consult our agency, PARKS 4 YEISER Hartford, Ky. school has been on its feet in every POST AT ONEIDA way and has grown until today the half dozen buildings are inadequate. Some months ago the Rev. Burns Oneida, Ky., April.25. The Rev. A. Burns, known thruout the asked the board of'trustees to relievo James United States as "Burns of the Moun him, They refused to do so until tains," former feudist and founder of they were convinced that his recovery Oneida Institute here, has retired required that he bo, relieved enUrely from the presidency of the institution, of worry and work incident to the it was announced here today. He conduct of tho school, accord'rz to has been succeeded by T. L. Adams. the announcement majle here. ' who lias been associate president for CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ue last four years. CO. TO QUIT HARTFORD The Rev. Burns has been in ill By special arrangements with the health for several months. Some Home, or- - rather the Ohio County weeks ago be broke down while on a Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., the lecture tour and since that time be Cumberland is to suspend operations has been at a resort in Florida re In Hartford, with the close of this cuperating. month. The home company is to The institute was founded on the handle all of' the busi"nerve" of the Rev. Burns. Himself a ness in addition to local business, by mountaineer and a member of one of attachment of the Cumberland lines the feudal clans of the mountains, he to the local exchange believed that education was the only This new arrangomentwlll do away means of breaking up feudal fighting with tho Inconvenience of requiring In the hill section of pastern Ken- two phones In most of the business tucky. Without a cent and with no bouses and offices, as well as saving vjsible means of support, he came considerable In tho way of renU. here and laid the foundation for the Nearly 75 per cent of all persons first building, started the school and carried on the work almost single-hand- employed in the telephono Industry la for years. Of late years the the UnRed States are women. BURNS RESIGNS long-distaned ii x.-j" jui ... t .. FARM DEPARTMENT. JAPAN DOES NOT FAVOR DISARMING llan Explains Stand of Diet county; J. C. Drear, Darren county; Treatment Tor Llmbcrneck. Against Ilcductlon. Henderson counTho condition known as llmbcrneck Mrs. J. T. Wilson, Drontlinger, Jefin chickens Is In reality not a disease, ty; Mrs. Charles Toklo, April 23. 'It Is no wonder" county; John Hold, Daviess but n symptom of several diseases ferson county; Oral Mcador, Simpson coun said Ikuo.Oyama, former professor of which aro characterized by paraly Eugene Culton, Doyle the Wascda Outlook, "that sis of tho muscles of tho neck, making ty and Mrs. lost two flocks wero Ozaki's motion for armament Tho to raise Its County. it Impossible for tho bird curtailment was defeated by 28S to for tenth place. head from tho ground. This condi- tied 38, when wo remember that tho Diet, tion, the Durenu of Animal Industry a Little William, aged eight, felt tho while It represents tho bourgolsie, Is of tho United States Department of touch of spring fever. "I've got a girl, at the samo time representative of TIIItEE DISEASES CAUSED Agriculture says, is duo to tho ab- I have, Mom, ho announced to his nationalism. Proposals for tho ex TOBACCO DAMAGE IX 1020 sorption of poisons from tho intes- fond parent one morning beforo tension of armaments or tho completines, which net upon the nervous sys- school. Lexington, Ky., April 23. Three tion of national defense, bo long as tem and cause paralysis. diseases of Hurley "Well, that's nice, said tho amus- they aro not nlarmlngly extreme, will distinct lenf-sp'Llmbcrneck Is generally associatyou?" bo nccopted by tho Diet, but wo can and black tobacco contributed toward eating of ed mother, "does she llko ed with Indigestion or tho never expect that such a question of damage which resulted In heavy "Sure she does," was the reply. moldy grain or putrid meat or with "How do you know she does?" dlsnrmamnt will gain the support of losses throughout tho tobacco growIntestinal worms. Tho best Irput-nieing (potions of Kentucky n l'j'10. "Oh" 'was the answer," 'cause a majority." o Is to glvH a full duiio of imrgn-tlvHo continued: "For Instance, It Is nrc.irdlng ti.- ilr,ulni- No. 83 writlci whenever wo meet she sticks her medicine tha; Is. BO or 00 tongue out at me." proverbial that ono of the four by Dr. W. D Vallcau and ready fir cralns of Ersom salt or 3 or 4 tea planks of tho Selyukal Govornmoht distribution at tho Kentucky Agritipoons of castor oil for a grown fowl "Daddy," pleaded the sweet young party Is tho 'Completion of National cultural Experiment Station Theso nnd often tho birds will he cured thing, "Can't I have an automobile? Defense,' while the Kenselkal opposi diseases wsre wildfire, angular leaf wnnln 24 hours. In caas they aro You can buy ono for a song." tion has a similar policy. Tho Sel ijn, nnd Ui'vaic speck spot no' Hotter wl'hr, 3 or 4 cays It is not "Yes," grunted her harassed par- yukal nnd tho Kenselkal have no di ndvlsuio to kci-- them. ent, "and I know what that song will vergence of opinion about the im- BULLS FOB BETTEIt SIR15 be: "Over tho Hill to tho Poorhousc." portant questions of tho nations and SALE INCUEASEI) TO 300 : StnndnnMJrcd Poultry they act on the samo principles, or Hero are five reasons given by spe "You seem to have been in a se- moro truly on no principles. Orders I'! Increase tho number of cialists of tho United States Depart- rious accident." "The reduction of armaments Is pure bred rtglstered bulls to 303 .Inbandaged person. for keeping "Yes," said the ment of Agriculture obviously repugnant to the naval and stead of 100 ar originally planned for standard-bre- d poultry: "1 tried to climb a tree in my motor military, authorities, and they ap the Farmer'.') Bettor Sire SMt to he poultry Is more uni- car." Standard-bre- d proved of It as an ideal only because hold at tho" Bourbon Stoch Yards form In size, type, and color. "What did you do that for?" Pure they were afraid of an attack- on the Juno 2nd., by tho Kentucl.y Standard-bre- d poultry Is more at"Just to oblige a lady who was budget." Drcd livestock Association and The tractive In' appearance and appeals driving another car. She wanted to Mr. Oyama, who,is known as a So- Louisville 1 ixestock Exchange have more strongly to purchasers of stock use tho road." cialist, declared that Mr. Ozakl com- liii'ii isM.fd the Increase was de. and eggs. mitted a grave miscalculation in lim- cided upon following report from "Why Coltis arc Dangerous poultry offers a Standard-bre- d iting the evils of formidable arma- field agents of the two organizations practical and greater combination of decline of national tho county agents of the stato nnd You are often told to "beware of ments to the falling to deny tfie Kentucky University College of Agriuseful qualities suitable to the needs keeper. why? We will tell you: strength and In a cold," but of the farmer and poultry capitalism and nationalism culture that tho attendance at the Every cold weakens the lungs, low evils of Tho products of standard-bre- d fundamental source of sale was expected to bo much great-- " uniform In quality, ers thevitality and paves the way for which are the fowls are more Ho contin- er than expected and the number of aggresslvo Imperialism. arc in greater demand, and bring bet- tho more serious diseases. People ued: "His silence about capitalism assured purchasers of tho pure bred who contract pneumonia first take ter prices. implies acknowledge- nnlniaL: was Increasing rapidly. poultry means great- cold. The longer a cold hangs on, and nationalism Standard-bre- d Twenty-seve- n community Lulls to ment pf those sources of armaments er success and better profits. tho greater the danger, especially suggestion that be bought nt tho salo already are wait- from the germ diseases, as a cold competition, while his The chicken should always be extension of armaments in Ger- pledged, while reports from bankers, ing and ready when the next feeding prepares the system for the reception the resulted in the growing Influ- business men In the farming districts of the and development of the germs of con- many time comes, say specialists ence of Socialists as well as his belief and tho farmers themselves Indicate United States Department of Agricul-- ! sumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever In ls the future of the Leaguo of Na- tho distribution of the pure brfd ture. and whooping cough. The quicker tions shows that he Is only a supwill cover a large percentage of .... . !.! nP m.i "Itnlfl flio IciCQ porter of capitalistic International the desirable sections of the state. The top shelf in the book case is th (lancer o contracting one of these Individual purchase will be very hea friendship." not a good place for a "live" dairy dlseasos- - chamberlain's Cough Rem-thervy, reports promise. a when tho farmer Is e(,y hag a great reputatlon as a cure be nights In one county tho practical exterTho Best Lnvntlvo too weary to take it down. Keep it for col(g aml can be fended upon, mination 'of the scrub bull is assuron the reading table with a good, u ,g pleasant t0 take m " "My sedentary habitsTiave necessi- ed through the group disposal of the smooth-workin- g fountain pen tied to the use of an occasional laxa- Inferior cattlo planned with tho subit with a bit of string, advise specia-- " According to a Chicago message tated I have tried many but found stitution of puro breds from the salo tive. Department tno wori(va record for lists of the United States Chamberlain's to be held here. I crowing is claimed by Hock Island, nothing better than of Agriculture. os Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, 111., for a cock whose crow can bo COURT EXILES "SCOLD" Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels is proOnly Honest Inventories Of Benefit heard 600 miles away. This is ono of I To Farmers. something like the America we used prietor of tho Hardwlck Inn, After 17 families testified that Mrs. m England, Good judgment, coupled with ex- - t0 5now' before the war. London ho modol hotels of New Bridget Rupplo of Pittsburg, had the ; O perlence, should enable av farmer to puncji most voluminous vocahularly of stingTHE SPIIIXGTIME-FHO-orntno fairlv close to the right figures ing,. Insulting epithets of any person MODELS WITH SOAP. in making a farm appraisal, say farm in the country," the judge sentenced Somo people speak of tho spring management specialists of the Unit- -j her to pay the cost of tho caso and When the soap slipped from tho music of the frogs as "croaking." move from tho neighborhood where Department of Agriculture. ed States A middle course Is tho imfest, since -- hand of June Hall, of Escanaba, They might as justly refer to the she lived. People who lived near or the results of an appraisal either, far Mich., it struck the floor and shaped squawking of tho hermit thrush her asserted they were "scandalized" be of , itself into a pattern of a human face, tho yowling of the nightingale. Spring when-thetoo high or far too low will left their houses by hearThey sing. do not little or no value. False appraisal, Seized by an idea, Miss Hall fash-t- o frogs they sing "croak". ing such terms as "poor fish," "a sweet songs. make the figures show up well, is loned other shapes and thus began And mountain of flesh," and "dirty long-legTho bullfrog truly croaks, but he thrown away, since the one her art 'career. A famous sculptor labor hurled at them. past. who Indulges In this pastime is only heard of her work as a soap sculptress does not begin till spring is & TTcP n,1- inMn Tina ni - The spring singers are tiny mites, no n ritnnerf n Ctlil' .v .M.wvM. .t ll onn. ta fnnta ww- - uuu laniut, lin w oi lOOling UUllsCii TOBACCO MEX ALARMED There are bigger than a thimble. market values, adding expense of ranged for her art education. BY WILDFIRE IX BEDS o- several species, and eaph has Its own getting to. tho farm all those things distinctive sOng. They all belong to tho farmer buys, and subtracting tho Owensboro, Ky., April 23. Wildclass, though in the fire In tobacco plant beds is being the .tree-fro- g probable expense of marketing from FOR FLETCHER'S r. spring none of them Is a the market value of all those things Farm reported to tho Daviess-CountAnyono who is really annoyed by Bureau from'all sections of tho coun Tjo has to sell. ms the" spring music of the frogs has ty and tho growers are much alarmed. -j ELECT WOMEN JIAYOllS. none of the essenco of the season in The tobacco plants show symptoms Junior Week Planned For 1mm him. To him spring Is but a mean- of frost injuries, but there are also "Youngsters. According to recent returns the ingless shift of the calendar. He wildfire, Lexington. Ky.. April 23. KentucWinton, Minn., has not felt the stir of resurrection unmistakable evidences pf girls will have their towns of Goodhue and for wJiich it is said there Is no cure. ky farm boys and mayors and ap- and new life. elected women as No evidence of wildfire is shown until lirst opportunity of becoming ac- pointed others to minor political To one who halls the spring with the loavelfarc about the size of a half University when quainted with the Women are taking hold in long the doors of that Institution will be great style but it is hoped the above true thankfulness after winter's Is a dollar. The younger plants are not waiting tho music of the pools open to them June 20 to 25 affected. thrown towns will have better fortune than day It'is a cheering in connection with "Junior Week," Harrietta, Michigan. In that place true delight. By lullaby. It comes President Harding has 50,000 fed' the first event of Us kinds to be held tho voters elected women to tho vil- song, by night a so early, almost before we had rea- eral offices in his gift and an anin the State, according to lage council and made one of them Coolklge four. This seems to nouncement which has been made by president. Last fall the women wero lized the presence of spring. Frog song is March's own music. be one Instance in which tho College of AgC. W. Buckler, of the all defeated but now when it is time has the better of It. Kan-, riculture and state leader of junior for them to give up their office they The month has bird music, too; but so have most of the other months. sas City Star. club work. refuse to do so. They defy tho men Frog music, or tho better part of it, ' mm" Because of the limited facilities at belongs to March, and to March be who wero chosen to succeed them. probably Yap is describNow York Herald the university it will alone. Cleveland Plain Dealer. accessary to limit the number of ed by the Japanese foreign office as JOBS CLOSED TO WOMEN" a "worthless .piece of barren soil in toys and girls enrolled for the week Social Worker Isn't your husband This being the caso, to 1G0, Mr. Buckler said. Youngsters In a recent ruling by the Maryland a good provider? why do Japanese statesmen set such irom counties having farm and home attorney-genera- l, women are barred I Poor Woman The best ever! store by it? demonstration agents will be selec- from every public office in that state Social Worker (after recovering by these workers while county where the statutes Indicate tho of-f-ie ted from her astonishment Really, I'm Utlca Obseryer A pretty good school superintendents will be asked should bo held only by a male. As clue to the monopolies at tho present applicants from counties practically every, office is created by glad to bear It. to select Poor woman I ain't lady. He's time is found in the way prices and not having theso workers. statutes which use the masculine pro- always going to do something, pro- wages act. Neither has sagged'much The program for the week will in- noun, the opinion is held to be vided wherever there Js the artificial powclude recreational, 'inspirational and Maryland women may hold er to keep them up. educational features. office only by special legislation. In s Rastus Say Sam, wanta' buy a the attorney's opinion It was held that mule? Man has conquered the air, the InSavle Flock Leads In March Pro- tho 19th amendment applies only to dians, and the elements and has subSam What alio de mule? duction. the right of suffrage and not the dued the bear and other wild animals. Nothln. Rastus Lexington, Ky., April 23 Eigh- right to hold office, Virginia women Sam Den what yo' wanta sell him Thero ought to be some way of tamteen Barred Plymouth Rock hens are also having their trpubles. Under ing the auto, since he has to live with for? owned by Mrs. W. O. Kirk of Daviess a "ruling by tho attorney-gener.of it. Minneapolis Tribune. Rastus Nothln. county took the lead for March egg that state, women will not be eligiSam I'll take him. Boys' Life. production among the 47 flocks of the ble as juiors until there is au amendToo many people are trying to being conducted as demonstra- ment to the statutes. However, the State "Tho cave man used to drag his make their living by tho sweat of tions by the College of Agriculture next legislature will probably change bride to the altar by the hair of her their Jaw. Wakeeney Tregonlan. with the owners, ac- thu law. in head." made tocording to an announcement s)t ROBBERY LOSSES "I see. A girl who wore false hair HAIL-WAby J. Holmes Martin in charge day $104,000,000 IX 1020 stood a good chance of dying an old work. The of the college poultry FOR FLETCHER'S maid." averaged 21.3 eggs per hen for flock ' Atlanta, Ga April 23. Railthe month. roads of the United States lost f AN EQUITABLE DIVISION nthar flocks among the ten leading in 1920 from robbery of We are St. Louis ones in tho order of their production A gold ring whose Intrinsic valuo freight and damago caused to freight were those owned by W. H. Holten, not punctilious about tho scenery In was among the the latter duo thlefly to negligence Z.ewls county; Frank Staploford, the movies Just so Caesar Is not was not more than $5 - shown leaning against a telegraph personal effects left at bis death by of employes and defective equtpmnt, Oldham county; S, X. Culver, Christhe father of James and William Hal- - according to figures presentd here to- county; J. A. Antferson, Kenton pole. ot nt i nnt-mae'll , lett, of San Francisco, Tho brothers placed a high value on tho trinket for sontlmental reasons and each claim ed It. Neither was willing to sur render It to the other, so'at last they took the matter to' court. After hear ing both sides of tho dispute the judge took a leaf from King Solomon's book and ordered that tho ring bo cut exactly in half, ono portion be lng given to William nnd the other to James. Thus was peace restored between tho brothers. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Jndge R, W. Black, Owembo-o- . C. E. Smith, HartOom'tb. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter,' Hartford. Otto O. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P, Keown, BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenntjr. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W, Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. " FORDSVILLK. Ch'm'n, Board W. It. Jones. Hartford. 1st Monday in Itfarch II days : Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesstnter. 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July II days Com'th..and Civil. 3d Monday In Soptember II days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR, FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In November II days County Board of Education E. 3. i Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURTj. y DIv. No. 1 R. A Owen, Hartford. Ueets first Monday In each month. Route G. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II; C. Lake, Fordsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun Clerk W. O. Blankcnshlp. S. A. Bratcher. Superintendent E. 8. Howard. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. D. E. Ward. Tnx Commissioner Sheriff. deo. n Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. G Dlv. No. Otis Stevens, Doaver Dlv. No. C Nat Llndloy, Contor-- .. town. FISCAL COURT. County Doard of Examiners: E. & Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldkltf and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Instituto, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Common School Diploma May 14 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-townnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dank 6th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. nnd Fordsvillo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whito). May 28 and 29 County Teachers 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordavllle. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colorod). ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County and Examination at Fordsvllle, HARTFORD. n. State-Teacher- Surveyor Coroner C. S. Moxley. E. P. Rodgers. Dam. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler.- ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Police Judgo S. L. F'ulkorson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (White). June 2C and (Colored). 2G County and Examination nt Hartford, State-Teacher- Sept. 17 and IS County and State Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (White). Sept. 2 i and 25 County and Examination at Hartford, (Colored). State-Teacher- s' - Every "vVoinnn Wnnf sT 1 long-distan- Mothers use TT wy -o- -- pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Recommended by Lydio. E. Finkham Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasl catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. infl&in-mation. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop Htl eltxtcwdinAry dea&uoa &d ftesnuddtl powff. .m0. T. P.ilooToJrt Comptny. Dudon. Mm. iur me uiuurm's Fashioned A Safe Old YerMi j 3i LJ FreyS i ue Of 5s) Remedy -- for Worms s" -- "bu fiB Children Cry R CASTO 'A tree-dwelle- y I Succeed when everything etse falls. In nervous prostration and female '.vealcnesse they arc the supremo remedy, ai thousands have testified. ectric Bitters Seventy fivo ycaia contin uous use u the best testl. monial FREY'S VERHIFUCE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy, J0cboitletjroufdru5glrt'or srnerkl tore; or if your dealer cmn'l upplyyou.ieadhlt name nd 30c in tsroca and we'll end you a botile piomptljr. L & 1 FREY. rUItkni, Hi. h I , I awMsasMsasaBaassnsBasMsasgsisasBsasBa i: is the belt medicine ever cold 'over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL YOU. TAKE OUR Vice-Preside- nt nt day at a conference of seventy-fiv- e freight claim agents and operating officials of railways in the Southeast. Loss in robberies alone amounted to approximately $2,O0O,O00 a month In the United States during 1920, it was declared. Hk5 IKsssKVlWr vTU GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment for WEAR. LUNGS or CONSUMPTION mid-ocean- ." " Wo Know a man who can tell how many tons of salt could bo extract- A Quick relief for tbit tlitd. rundown fetlloe. ed from the oceans and how many cougbi. pains la cbeit. nlhl iwetti.If hemor t II ds-sor cosiumptlon. millions of years it would take for a ihscci, weakItlanes you lotblsf. casts ktlp ye 9 man to make a trip around the ring OHIO MEDICAL CO. socond-han- d Ford, of Saturn in a but to save bis life he could not tell T" where loo feci) and fuel for family use next week are td come from. Paris Appeal. X FORONE MONTH tlxu.?k USEUm-LA- Ho was an honest man jfeihaps the only honest man the Income tax and other banes of civilization have left-THis honesty at times disfs. cross-examini- ng al Children Cry Globe-Democrat CASTORIA . t 104,-000,0- concerted tho lawyer who was oE him. So the judge took , put this question to him: a hand, and "You. will swear that the prisoner stole your umbrella?" And the plaintiff answered; "Your Peelirtght all the time. Don't lay oft honor, I will swear that ho stole the from work for days by taking calomel keepa yo when pleasant umbrella I was carrying." .on your feet, while relieving your tnfubj le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl SQUAWS DEMAND IUGIITS take anything else. You can't afford By it Eliminates poisons, cleanses nat Indian women of the Penobscot tern and relievca constipation A nur natural in actions, tribo in Maine recently went on tho ural remedy,and certain its result. I) In in its effect war path to obtain a vote In the tri- won't be long boforo Zjc.W-.LajwW concompletely displace calomel in ever bal elections and sharo in tho take duct of reservation affairs. Their hornet. Children can Everyit freely as bottle guarefforts wero successful, for the state With perfect safety. in bottles Non $1 anteed. 60c and attorney decided they could go as far genuine without the likeness and sigaa In the matter as the tribe allowed and Jure of L. 1L, Grigsby. For sale by r tho state wquld remain neutral. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. ax 38 CAN SV.1PATIIIZH WITH NOAH u . v "" , Tho Pacific mall freighter Halea-ka- la sallod from Calcutta for San GAINS 25 POUNDS Francisco, carrying a cargo made GRANARIES up largely of Junglo nnlmalo. Whether the steamer was hoodoood, as Five Years Trouble Had somo of her crow bollovcd, or whethWeakened Hinf So ' He Bubonic Swoops Southward In er Bomo other strange baleful Influturnence was at work, Could Work But Very LittManchuria; Dead Donkoy ed ouj to bo almost nn unending le- Troubles Ended Now round of trouble. When she docked Brings $2 as Food Captain Fleming nnd at Snnfranclsco his men wero ready to tako off their "If thero was over a tlmo in my hats to Noah for successfully navi- life when I felt better than I do now "SPEED UP FUNDS," IS PLEA gating tho ark and managing his mis- I don't remember it," said Michael . cellaneous assortment of animal pas- McCrono, of 641 South Clay St., sengers without serious accident. ' Louisville, Ky. In n recent report from Charles It. escaped from First an orang-outan- g I havo' not only gotten rid of stoCrnne, U. S. Minister to China, to the his cngo a short tlmo out from Calmach troublo and catarrah- - of tho American Committee of the Clilnn cutta and established, himself In tho head that made life miserablo for rnmlne Fund, It Is stated, tlmt n Bu- engine room where ho threatened to flvo years, but I actually weigh twenty-tbonic plague which n few months ago make all manner of trouble by mon- hree pounds more than I did tho appeared In Northern Manchuria, has keying with tho mnchlnery. Tho day I began taking Tanlac. I could crept southward until it now threat- men armed themselves with guns not oat anything except very HeM ens the main grain supply of China, nd after much skirmishing and many food but what gas would form and which Increases the burdens of tills escapes got tho ape cor- keep mo feeling sck at tho stomach t nation. nered and shot him. for hours. I had the worst sort of far back as 1017, China's trouOnly a short time after this ono pains In my left side, and at night bles begun to multiply when the Yel- of the men went a little too far in an especially tho catarrh: In my head low Klvcr, nlwnys known ns "China's argument with one of tho monkeys caused mo so much troublo I could Sorrow," overflowed Its batiks and and had his arm ripped open from got but little rest. I could scarcely swept the great provinces of Shantung shoulder to elbow by tho .infuriated breathe lying down nnd It was often end Shnnsl. The crops wore doAtroy-c- d beast's teeth. Next, a caroless tar almost day before I got ahy sleop nt and millions of persons mndo home- backed up too closo to a cage of Ben- all. I lost thirty pounds in weight less. Floods are not unusual In north gal tigers while swabbing down tho and had very little strength and had Clilnn, but then camo the great drouth dock. Ho paid for his to stay homo from work for days at a nnil not until last summer did the rnln with the wholo scat of his time. clouds eomo between tho dry brown breeches and a big blto of tho flesh "While looking over tho paper one evening I ran across a testimonwhich said seat had covered. . earth nnd lis tormentor the sun. That should havo been sufficient ial for Tanlac that described my case Faced Peril In Silence. warning to tho other members of the so well I mnde up my mind to give it Ilui during these days, months and crew to give the tigers a wide berth a trial. After I had finished my ven years, when the food wns gone, but it wasn't. Before tho voyago third bottle I was feeling like a brand China did not rnlso her voice for be'p. wns ended two other sailors inadver- new man. My,catarrh was gone, my Thoj world did not know of the groat tently got within reach of tho tigers' head felt clear, my stomach stopped tragedy In tho Far Knst enacted on a teeth and wero confined to tho sick troubling me and I could lio down at parched stage with 43,000,000 famish- bay for several days as a result. night and sleep like a child. I can ed people ns tho actors, vete- now eat anything I want and never Tho elephant a century-ol- d It seemed that at last their troubles ran came down with I 'have feel a touch of Indigestion. n had ended when tho greeifthlngs or somo other malady and In spite of never felt better in my life" than I do to peep above the ground last sum- tho best care the captain and his now," mer. Then came that old encinj of Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. lavish on him he was gathered mankind locusts In droves, In clouds to his fathers. They weighted the L. B. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. sp thick they obscured the light of sun carcass well with iron, hoisted it over Taylor, Jr.; In McIIenry by S. J.TIch-eno- r, descended ns from nowhero, and al- tho rail and dropped it into the sea. and In Rockport by R. E. Her. most over night the earth was stripped I ut the weights weren't heavy enough w Advertisement. of every Hvfng growing thing. Tho or else somo of them, became defctngo once more wns a parched, brown, tached; the huge carcass remained NOTICE. dry desert: but many of tho actors afloat, an elephantine derelict on the Jiad passed Into tho land of their an- Pacific looking like a small island. Notice Is hereby given that the uncestors. Then somo of the monkeys escap- dersigned citizens and landowners In most ngilo sailors to Ohio County, Ky., will on thend In some recent information received, ed and def e " an insfanco Is recited describing tho fecapturo them and return them to day of May, 1921 between the hours terrible destitution of tho fnmlno their cages. When the Haleakala of 8:00 o'clock A. M.t and 4:00 P. M. stricken land n donkoy had died In a 'got. into port they we.re still playing at the Court House In Hartford, Ky., distant province from lack of food. Its inr. in thn rlrclnir and making faces file a motion in the Ohio County NOTICE. owner carted It Into the Interior of at tho men. Three men wore still Court and move tho Judge thereof to ! confined to their beds, suffering establish a new road as folio wo: 'tho famine area where eager bidders Ohio County Court. "Beginning at a stake In the Rock-'po- rt finally ran the price up to $2 to uso Its from tiger and monkey bites! but all and Plnchecoo road at the coi In the matter of A. A. Carter, et al carcass for food. hands heaved, a deep sign of relief application for change and alteraand thankfulness that tho nightmare ner between tho lands of T. IC. Chlnn Plague Threatens Granaries. tion of the HartfordVand Sulphur had ended and that their experiences and N. A. Brown; thence North Springs public road. ' And now the plaguo threatens 's any worse. Pathfinder. across the Iand3 of said Chlnn and hadn't been Notice is hereby given that A. A. granaries. Unless tho plague'can-'bBrown and on their line and equal- Carter; J. T. Snell, et al. will on Monchecked. Mr. Crane assorts, the. Farmers and otners who live at a ly on the lands of each about 300 day, May 2nd., 1921, file in the Ohio granary rolled oTffor tho rcllof of mil- distance from a drug store should yards to tho corner between said County Court a petition, petitioning lions of famine victims lu North China keep in tho houso a bottle of Ballard's Brown and Mrs. Susie Brown In said the Honorable Mack Cook, presiding of will be cut off. It may be needed Cblnn's lino; thence the same course Judge tho said court, to change and Snow Liniment. Hartford and Sulphur alter "Tho situation Is rendered more any time for cuts, wounds, sores, along tho linos between said Susie Springs public road, as follows, at writes Mr. Crane, "by tho" fact sprains or rheumatism. It is a pow- Brown and said T. K. "Chlnn and that Manchuria' Is literally crowded erful healing and penetrating remedy. equally on the lands of each about Beginning in the Hartford and Sulwith foreign exiles." Thero aro no' Price 26c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. 160 yards to the corner of said Chlnn phur Springs public road at A. A. running a north east- fewer than 000,000 Russinns who fled Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m and V- - B. Patterson; thence the, same Carter's; thonce ernly course across the lands or J, before the Bolshevik executioners, course along' tho line between said T. Snell about 100 poles to tho lands 250,000 Koreans, nnd thousands of Brown and said Patterson and equal- of J. A. Howard; thence same direcQUIT BATHING IN GERMANY who formerly lived In Siberia, but ly on the "lands of each about 75 tion across said. Howard's land 43 noles to the lands of R. Holbrook; who havo been driven Into Manchuria' One df the troubles of tho Germans yards to their corner; thence In a thence across said Holbrook's lands "by tho ltcd Annies. course across the lands in same direction 10 pole3 to the Is the fact that many of them havo Northwest "Concerted efforts are bolng made coased taking baths altogether. This ot.said Patterson about 350 yards to lands of Mrs. Vance; thence across in cities and town's along tho Chinese Is duo to tho high prco of coal and a stake near his gate; thenco North hor lands in the same direction 44 Eastern Hallway to combat the plague, tho method of distribution of It by still across the lands of Beaver Dam poles to the lands of Joo Johnston; thence across his lands In the same hospitals being established and tho the government. The poor are un- Coal Co., about 600 yards to the direction 66 poles to the lands of A. .vlctliiuPisolnted. Efforts also aro un-d- able to have hot water for a bath, ands of S. A. Smith; thence across his B. Miller; thence across his land same way to fight tho source of tho dis- and tho some of them make a habit lands NorUi about 180 yards to a direction 128 pole3totne tiamoru ease tho rats that carry tho germ.' of the. cold bath most of them pre- stake near his gate; thence East and SulDhur Borings puonc roaa: across hjs lands about 300 yards to thonce with said road to A. Murphy's Thousands of persons already have fer none at all. across A. Murphjna lands; mm tho landSot H. Thlenes; thence the land in thence died, and have been given hasty burial. an easterly direction 27 A prudent mother is always on tho same cpurso across his lands about poles ip the lands" of A. B. Miller; pells Doom For Millions. watch for symptoms of worms In her 300 yards to the Beaver Dam Coal thenco across said Miller's lands and "If tho grain-supplands of Manchuria Paleness, lack of Interest Company;' thence across Its lands same direction 106 poles to tho is; cut off, the fnmlno victims In Shan- children. and peevishness Is the signal North' oast about 200 yards; thenco of Albert Cox; thenco across said Cox's lands same direction 20' poles tung, Chlhll, Ilonan, Shansl and ShonsI In play for White's Cream Vermifuge. A still across its lands North about to the Hartford and Sulphur Springs will bo doomed, Manchuria represenyards; " thence still across public road. of this excellent remedy 400 tatives of the American Ited Cross", tho few doses And wo will at the same time ask East about 300 yards worms and the Its lands an end to the Mack Cook, presiding Chinese Ited tJross aud the Y. M. 0. A. nuts to the lands .of Solon Chlnn; tho Honorable court, to make all orbW acts neutrally. Price 30c Judge of this ' iinvo Informed the Peking authorities child per bottle. Sold by Ohio County. thence North along the line between ders necessary to make said change of tho danger and urged that grain m said Chlnn and said company and and alteration. Drug Company. tiuylng nnd shipments bo hastened." equally on tho lands of each about Given under our hands this the 12 t 43t2 In tho famine area there aro approx300 yards to the rner between said day of April, 1921. PASSION PLAY NEXT YEAR A. A. CARTER, imately 40,000,000 persons subsisting Miller; thence Chlnn and Justus J. T. SNELL, " on dry leaves, bark and roots, and only along their lino North and equally on N. L. "WEDDING, et al;, The famous passion play of through the speed of funds to obtain which is given once ev- the lands of each, and an old lane By C. S. Moxley, County Road Eng. bethis grain before It Is cut off by tho m ery 10 years will be presented In about 300 yards to tho corner plague can these people be saved from NOTICE. tween Justus Miller and Mrs. Dona 1922 to make up for tho failure la death by starvation. Miller; thenco the same course along 1920 due to the war. This was reOhio County Court. Tho raising of funds now, at the cently decided on by tho village el- said old lane and tho line between S. I. Landrum, et al., Petitioner. time when all efforts must be speedily said Chlnn and said Dona Miller and vs, Notice. der". Tre ray is presented by amaput behind tho work, Is possiblo only equally on each about " public road. teurs and portrays thonufferlngs and 400'yards totho lands of H. Klrtley; Change In horeby given that on MonNotice Is through organizations in local commuthe lands of rosulted from a death of Christ. It the undersignhis day, May 2nd., 1921, present to nities. Tho Itev. Dr. B. Y. Mulllus, 1634 "when tho little, thenco Northeast course across the ed and others will Chairman In Kentucky for tho China vow mnde In SO yards to the lands of lands about of tho Famine Fund, Issued a call to persons town was spared from a plaguo which W. A, Maddox's heirs; thence tha Honorable Mack Cook, Judgjj Ohio County court, an amenaeu po In each community In Kentucky to gtrt was raging thru Europe, same course across their lands about tltlon In which said court will be ask together at onco aud form a local or500 yards to the lands of Coleman ed to cause to be made a change in ganization for the. solicitation of funds PLAYING BOTH ENDS. for theso starving people, before It Is Wells; thenco East across his lands the. .. r jtJUl b tU UW4MI1U( too late to save them. Through tho "The way Japan plays politics with about 400 yards to tho McIIenry Mill Rockport and ueraivo puouc roau China Famine Fund money collected In along said road North which change when made will be as .America Is distributed to every organ-'- " America reminds me of the story of road; thence izatlon In the famine district doing re- tho Jap and the Jar," said Senator about 500 yards to the lands of O. E follows: Beginning at or near V. B. Cur- TIchonor, thence North lief work. Tho task la too big fur euo Phelan. "An absent-minde- d Japan- Vlck and ot m. tr. organization, the American Ited Cross ese went Into a storo to buy a Jar, across their lands about 300 yards tls' barn and on the landsand Ediey Harrel nnd sons, Charlie reports. The Ited Cross already hits to the lands of tho Boavor Dam Coal Harrel, and running tlienca in a appropriated $1,000,000 and lifts a largo and noticing ono turned lipsldodown, The Jar Company; thenco North across its northornly direction across tho lands forco of workers In the Held. "It Is a blurted out, 'How absurd! sons about humanitarian call," says Dr. Mulllns, has no mouth.' Turning It over ho lands about 500 yards to a stake in of M."F. Harrel and said ISOm mil- OI "'tljo need Is grent and the time ele- wns nnoB more nstonlshed. "Why. tho a public rond at- - tho South edge of ICO VardS tO tllO lanilS ment Is nn Important factor. Whertho town of Taylor Mines. ever Committees have not been formed bottom's gono, too!" ho exclaimed." 4312 150 yards; thence across Landrum's This April 13, 1921. Reedy's Mirror. within tho .confines, of this State, symlands-ia westernly direction nbout SOLON CHINN, pathetic friends aro urged to form their 150 yards to a point in said Rockport HARRY THIENES, own committee aud ask the headquar? and Coralvo road near Wink Coombs ters at Jtooin 0, Board of Trade Build. V. B. PATTERSON, rsslciGiicB ing, Louisville, for further informaFOR FLETCHER'S S. H. SMITH, et al., Said petition will roquest tho said tion, It will be gladly furnished. Eng, court to appoint commissioners and By C. A. Moxley, County Road I PLAGUE IS PERIL TO LOUISVILLE MAN 4444444444444444i444444444(4444444444444444444 CHINA'S tho-voya- GALLON US hair-bread- th voc-beso- js are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ELA1TK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, absent-mindedne- ss Ac, IN" STOCK. " have something to SELJJor anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad"; in THE If You HARTFOR'D REPUBLICAN. ' ss be-.ga- men-coul- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY mako all orders and Judgments and If a slave could exceed me in politegrant all proper relief in the pre- ness." 43t2 mises. S. I. LANDRUM. JOHN CHANCELLOR, J. W. BARNARD, et al. By O. S. Moxley, County Road Eng. HOPKINS REPUBLICAN PLAN AUGUST CAMPAIGN Madisonvllle,. Ky., April 23. The Republican county committee of Hopkins County met at the court house this afternoon and decided to put a full ticket in the field for the August primary election. Thomas E. Flnley, county chairman, presided. Judge Carl Henderson, of Marion, the pres- -' ent Circuit Judge, was indorsed for this, office, while County Attorney L. R. Fox, of Madisonvllle, was Indors- H fni- - pnmmnnwo'iHli'a nflnrnuv ATr . . ,. ox nas not maae ms Iormal an" nouncement, but will in a few days, It Is said. A steering committee was appointed. "PERFECT GIRL" MARRIES Miss Betsey Buell, acclaimed In 1918 by the Smithsonian Institution as the most perfect American girl, was recently married to F. R. Valentine, an electrical engineer of Jersey City. The honor accorded Miss Buell was based on ancestry and mental and physical qualifications, led-th- Chi-r.n- to-w- lt. KH Pains Were Terrific Chi--ne- se or Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, Bluford. III., got rid of 1 her ills. ''During was awfully weak . . . My pains were terrific. I thought I would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could not stand the pressured my hands on the lower ... my Fart of feltstomach was as if life for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try. ... ly TAKE "It is becoming more expensive ery day to run an automobile." "Yes,- - ev- -' I Ober-ammerg- au Chugglns.J replied Mr. "Some of us motorists won't be able to keep gqlng unless the government comes to the rescue the same as they j did for the railroads." St. Louis . Globe Democrat: I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued ro get better, all mv ills left me, and I went through . . . 'with no further trouble. My baby was faf and slrong.andmyself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful In building up the system when run down by disorders peculiarto women. ! "Are you positive the prisoner Is tho man who stolo your horse?" "I was until you me. Now I'm not, sure If I ever had a horse at all." cross-examin- , I J i". W ," 'riwTn. ..--- If resort to" the penalties of a barbaric age. Is a sure cure, "the only cure," for the carnlval"ot crime, tho Dreferenca of Win. A. PInkerton for tho ,ash upon tno baro bacfc nmjr be the very treatment the country needs, Washington Herald. An army of occupation can't get blood out of a hllt- .t mnv ,, - ,., ,n nt -uui ui u uuuu uem, ,.,,, "e J EFFEHSON'S WISDOM. W1,Mq ,i.olHno- - ln H, ?"sihner.?,vStVednru8t ofranf nnn .1,iv Children Cry', CASTO R A with a merchant. Thomas Jefferson returned with, an air of kindnes. tin bow of a negro who passed. "How," fia,j tno merchant "does your excel- , condescend to salute a slave?" To whjch roinark Jefferson repll- ed: "I should certainly bo sorry Take Cardui J. 82 WW-- ! rAN LEGION IT2MS OF INTEREST vention of tho California Legion will ho hold in Yosomlto Valley. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG IS YOUR IjU'K INSURED? Tho American Loglon extended Its Docs tho amount of lite Insurances activities Into the fifteenth foreign country Inst week with' the Issuance you now carry provido ndequate pro- of n temporary charter for n post at tection to thoso dependent upon you 7 Mncnralbp, Venezuela. Thoro nro Yohr llfo has a dollar and cent value. now 10,383 posts and 2,613 units of If you rcallzo your responsibility to tho Legion's Women's Auxiliary. your family you will insuro your llfo Kansas led all other departments In for what It Is worth. Seo CAL P. now posts for tho week, with WIsh KEOWN and Insure in the State Mil; lowa was tual of Worchester, Mass., an old and consln a close second. obtaining Auxiliary units, rellnblo Company. first in CAL P. KEOWN, while Kansas and Michigan tied for Hartford, Ky. departments of second place. Tho Indiana, Massachusetts, Ohio and OkEGGS lahoma wero cited for organization From this date until tho close of activities. In tho tho season I will sell all of my Dar- of tho Legion Entranco South Sea Islands Is forecast in a red Rock eggs at $1.50 for 15, or roport that former service men in $1.00 for 15 If taken at the house JNO. D. WILSON, Auckland, New Zealand are organiz- tf ing n Legion post there. - (By I. 0. Clairo.) Just when Kramer had ruled that a doctor might prescribe four gnl- ions of beer or three gallons of wine Thero nro a lot of Ohio county nt one tlmo for his patient, and hope, women folks up hero, but tho Madam had begun to kindle in tho hearts has n habit of reading. thoso paraof tho weak and feeble, along comes graphs pretty closely, and tho that fellow Volstoad nnd introduces loss said tho bettor. ' a bill to cut out tho boer jontlrbly, a ADMINISTRIX SALE Tho ancients had a common law practice of decreeing any statesman who Public' sale of the porsonnl propdispleased thorn a "Public Ehomy." erty of D. L. Mller, deceased, consistI nm in favor of reviving that ancient custom nnd passing tho first ing of horses, cows, farming Impledecree on that pesterlferous Volstead ments, hnrness, poultry, road wagon, housohoid effects and various other congressman. ' kinds of personal property will bo John Mooro showed mo thru tlio sold nt the" Homo of tho lato D. L. Federal Reserve bank the othor dny, Miller, about ono mJIo north of 'Beaadmitting mo to many departments ver Dam, on Saturday May 7, 1921, that ho had first to unlock,' and ox' at public auction to the highest and plnlning In much detail tho working Jjest bidder. Terms of salo will bo millions of dollars n cash lyngdel th' f that mammoth Institution, but with millilons of dollars in cash lying around and about fifty of tho prettiest kind of girls standing around I'll bo darned If 1 remember much about tho rest of the business. """ I wnlkcd a few blocks with Oscar Bond a few days ago and we discussed' crosstles and national finances, all of which reminds mo that thirty years ago I sold stock to Oscar, who was at the time a merchant and stockbuyer at Olaton. I remember driving a cow to Oscar's market and he offered me it was during Cleve-and- 's administration twenty dollars for tho cow or he would weigh hor and ifty mo two cents a pound. I decided to sell by weight. The animal weighed out $20.10, but Uiad to'nay Oscar ten cents for tho weighing, "it is by such gueatfftig that he bas mado a million dollars since, while I have made, or rather had a billion doilars worth of fun. i made known on day of sale. Salo will begin not later than 10:00 o'clock A. 31., and will continuo until nil of tho porsonnl effects of said D. L. Miller nro sold. DAISY L. MlfcLER, Admx. 44tl m . cnor or s&methlng'down there onco. Well, tho only nows I know about John Is that he Is Just a shadow of his former self with apparent small hope of improvement. V5 Mt-- h VsscaI); 0 b Jc mftVy -- cr S n " yj uB 5t til V '- s" When Men Go-ifor Style Well-fittin- WjV! If er sflt ??f Bureau of Naturalization, Department of Labor, national headquarters spring season of The ntinunl of tho, American Legion "is advhed. Applicants for tho final papers, of thoroughbred racing will soon be at its In Kentucky, mid there is every which there are 2,000 waiting deliv- lielsht Imllcntlpn that Interest In the famous ery in Washington, must notify the old hport, this year, wlllvsurpuss any naturalization bureau of tho date and of the days that have gone before. place df tho naturalization proceed- Chief among the perennial attracings. w Allen soldiers the World War in tho Unltd States Army and .vlio were naturalised during tho war period will ho granted their paperj utcn application to the who saw service In History's Great Men Were Warm Friends of the Thoroughbred t Men who know style arc particular about fit. g shoes give the whole body poise. That is why men of good taste like Walk-Ovshoes. They are so carefully made, the materials in them so well chosen, that more men every day are coming to know there is no bigger money's worth in shoes. DRESSY AND STYLISH HERBERT. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bud Bnrker spent several days last wook, visiting relatives in Owensboro. Rev. Chlsm filled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church hero Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Blon Mosley, wife and'chlldrcn of Pellvllle, were tho guests of Mr; 'and Mrs. W. R. Skinner Sunday. M,tss Vlrgle Mao Burdette is visiting friends nnd relatives iu Haws-vlll- c this week. Miss Inn Bcllo Crowe visited Miss Eula Barker Saturday night nnd Sunday. Mr. Taylor Skinner has returned home from Bowling Green, whero he has been attending school. Mr. O. H. Carter, wife and son, have returned to Louisville, after an extended visit with Mrs. Carter's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. T. Burdette. Mrs. Clay Mosley and little con, Wendel Ford, wero the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A'trgll Miller Sunday. Several from Whltesvllle attended church here Sunday night. Mrs. Sylvester Jett, of Pellvillervis-Ite- d her daughter; Mrs S. V. Flowers, last week." Mr. Virgil Miller went to Owcns-uor- o Monday on business. N CLEAR RUN. A dressy shoe displaying exquisite taste in form and finish. A gentleman's shoe with pleasing details of refinement. See the leather and the quality of workmanship f i tions of thoroughbred racing is Its genuine democracy. Tho thorough) nil today Although it was opposed by a bred lias his charms for-u- s sH?SV element, just us he did in the days of'George strong, German-languag- e Washington and Andrew Jackson. the Nebraska American Legion has Roth these presidents of the Uulted obtained the passage of a bill In tne States wore great lovers of the General Assembly making English thoroughbred and loynl supporters of the official language of that state. the sport of horse racing. They bred The new law prohibits the teaching and raced their own horses, and hisof any foreign language In common tory records the fact tlint the former school branches and forbids discrim- acted as a judge nt the Newmarket Course, ination against tho use of English In casion. Charleston, S.asC, on onA ocWashington, wo all know, any meeting. was a noted horseman, who enjoyed his spirited thoroughbred for riding I had not1 planned an epistle on The King of Italy lost fourteen sub- and hunting through tho Held until TOAD! MARK folld "VSiV REOUS. Angelo very late In life, and ids stable had a Ohio countians who are in thlsheck jects in Seattle , Wash,, wjhen . PAT.O?R .Jrf'-MJ- i of the woods, but since I happened Maria Pavona saluted the Stars and reputation for the number and quality to mention two of them I will Include Stripes and swore allegiance to the of the horses It contained. Andrew Jackson was mi enthusiastic some more. I met the Rev. F. M. He is tlys father oi United States. Monday and wo Members of the patron of horse racing long before lie Petty on the street twelve children. became president. Ha maintained a had a long talk over old times. Frank committee of Rain-e- r formidable the Americanism stable, which Included and I were neighbors "ami chums in Post No. 1, of the American Le- Truxton, a horse of which he was ex- the Sulphur Springs country back in Court dur- ceedingly proud, mid with which he gion were in the' Federal He has been for the late eighties. ing th'naturalization ceremonies and won the famous match race for $5,000 many years a Methodist minister and n newly admitted against Greyhound. After his gave prfmphlets to all as president, he brought his is stationed now at Jeffersontown, citizens. The flag of the Legion post by a horses to the Cnpltol, nnd In 1S34 twelve miles out of Louisville. Rev. and the American flag, guarded trained tliciifln person, Vice President Petty told, me his father, who was a soldier and sailor In uniform, were ind Mrs. Van Uuren often being pres- familiar .figure on Hartford streets Judge's ent to displayed on either side of tlra witness the morning work-ou- t more than sixty years ago, Is still bench during the day. of the horses personally, superintended living, at the ripe old age of nlnoty Llttle Miss Ida Ruth Park met with Uy the president, with characteristic a very painful accident last Friday and is still vigorous and active. All posts of the American Legion Impetuosity and plain speech, for "Old. by stepping on a largo needle, which may obtain copies of a Memorial Day Hickory," as history records, "had a Alvis Bennett, member of the state penetrated Jier foot, eye foremost, Service, prepared by the War Camp temper of Lis own." EAGUS'TWIKADO". The Washington Course, located board of Workmen's Compensation, and broke, leaving almost an inch Pencil No. 174 Community Service Inc., 1 Madison about two miles from tho Capital, was J has just returned from a trip high of tho needle in her foot. Hor fathCity. The same Avenue, New York He recited the er, Clinton Park, tookher to one of built hf 1802. The Jockey Club, under up in the mountains. organization will also provide num- whose auspices it wns operated, num- experience of a trip by automobile up the Hartford physicians, who, bebers of a Memorial Day Pageant, bered nniong its members the most dis- In the neighborhood of the 'Lonesome ing unable to locate the needle, ad ror saw at your Uealer Mado In fivo grade tinctive men of affairs of the day. Pine," that was a bit amusing. Be- vised Mr. Park to take her to Owwritten by Miss Josephine Thorp. ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND S Racing was regularly attended by the sides a couple of punctures and a ensboro, .whero she could have an EAGLE MIKADO Captain Eddie Rickonbacker, pre- presidents?, from Jefferson to Van running out of gasoline, his fellow Mr. Park took examination. Uuren. , On one occasion John Qulncy EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW, YORK mier American ace in the World War Adams walked to travelers and the driver were tanked her to Owensboro the next day to Dr. and from the and former automobile racing driver, surrounded by the equipages course,' up on moonshine. Down those nar- Dixon, who by tho aid of tho of the will make an airplane flight from wealthy. row mountain side paths, where a located the needle and later removOakland, Cal., to Indianapolis to at"Generals Washington and Jack- slip in the steering' would land the ed it. Miss Ida brought home with Iron gray mare 15 & hands high and by tho said Ford on tho 18th day oC. automobile race son," writes one leading commentator, bunch in a gulch a thousand feet be- her both the offending needle and the known by tho name of Nell; also one April 1859. tend the 500-mired cow, seven years old, being same Second tract: A thero May 30. The Marion County ''are examples of the fondness that low, the machine shot like an arrow pictures of hor foot boforo and after cow purchased from Chas. McUonnel, land In Ohio County certaint ract of Kentucky, conin great statesmen and military men have fresh from Council of tho American Legion removal. also ono cow, jersey by breed, two taining CGMi acres, known as lot No. the bow. Alvis confessed its years old, purchased from plaintiff;-ais- 1 In tho survey and platt of the planning a reception in generally entertained f6r the horse to a little nervousness. Indianapolis is I told him Mrs. Lora Hanloy and little son, spurt of the turf. equalono 2Ys ncn new road wagon Christian land, beginning at a stake for the air service Legionnaire when andbold and aggressive Though In had It been myself or Tkisley we Alva, have been real sick for several mado by International Harvester Co., near ly riders the the Axton barn; thonco north. ace proposes to make he arrives. The and purchased from plaintiff 40 poles to a stone; east 22 Held, General Jackson was the more would havo taken about two gills of days. The purchaser will bo required to thence north 5 0 Vi east 101 poles' to tho hop in two days. .Miss Hazel Trogdon, who Little successful on the course. The racing moonshine and then joined in the execute bond Immediately after sale, a dogwood and beech in Ford's line; annals of the west record his numer- merriment of the mountaineers, with wns taken 111 while visiting friends In thence cast 132 "White wings, outside and police ous victories, and according to the no thought of the danger that events Hartford last week, was quite sick for with security to bq approved by mo a white south 26 McIIenry's poles to as special commissioner, bearing inoak, corner; a time, but Is able to bo up again. up," was tho familiar command given anecdotes which nre told of him, he demonstrated did not exist. terest at the rate of 6 .per annum thenco south 63 west 42 poles to a by former service men at ChiUicotho, sometimes Intimidated ills adversaries Tho Clear Run Supjlay- - School Is from date until paid, fbr tho purchase stono near an oak; thenco north 70 O. More than 100 members'- of the uf tho boldness' of defiance, where he Rev. B. F. Atkinson Is not exactly progressing nicely," with Mr. Roscoo price, or ho may pay cash if ho pre- west 103'poles to tho beginning, exfers. Said bond if executed to have cluding one acre thorofrom for graveCounty post, of the American might not have won by the speed or an Ohio countian but he married a Balrd as Superintendent, Ross of a and L6amon, of Daviess coun- the force undereffect hand judgment. yard purposes. shouldering shov- bottom of his horse. Mr. Legion responded, my as special Given The purchaser will bo required to One of General Jackson's closest daughter of the late W. H. Acton of els and brooms to give tho city a friends was the Rev. II, M. Cryer, a near Roslne. Well, the Rev. Atkin- ty, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit execute bonds immediately after salo Court this tho $th day of April 1921. in equal Installments bearing Interest through cleansing. Twenty teams of minister of the Methodist) Episcopal son was returning from church Sun- Marion Park, the former part of this S. A. BRATCHBR, Special Coin'r., at the rate of 6 per annum from horses and fifteen dumping trucks Church, who was a ' breeder of day night when a big negro with a big week. Heavrin & Martin, Attys. date until paid, with security to bo Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Johnson visitwero borrowed for tho work, which thoroughbred horses and who raced gun emerged from an alley and comapproved by tho commissioner and to was undertaken by the Legion mem- one of them In the name of his part- manded him to throw up his hands. ed relatives near Hcflln last Saturday MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. have the force and effect of a judgfment. A lien will bo retained on the ner, Col. Goo. Elliott. The reverend Up went the parson's hands, but they n,lght. bers because of the city's depleted land sold to further secure the pay- : saved Chllll-coth- e gentleman, having been charged with clutched the negro's neck and both inances. The clean-u- p Ohio Circuit Court. ment, of the purchase price. horse racing, was summoned before Bodwell Even a pollcoman cannot Nannie Allen, etc., Plaintiffs. $2,000. went to the ground. Rev. Atkinson Qlven under my hand this the 9 th and asked If he had any"' the tribunal in his defense'; "nothing," shut off the robber's wind with a arrest tho flight of tlmo! day of April, 1921. P " vs. Notice of Sale. t..,. thing to say OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. Matty Can't ho? Why, only D. C. White, ct al,, Defendants. Motion picture films were made of was his reply, "except that I would close clutch on his throat but hts minBy vlrtuo of a judgment and order Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. I saw a policeman go into a Harry Kelloy, member of a JJew Or- like to have you let me know how I isterial mercy preponderated when he Boys' of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court leans, La., post of tho American Le- can arrange it for my half of the horse saw that death must soon follow un- store and stop a few minutes. entered In the above styled action at SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Life. ' gion, who risked his life, several to stand in the stable while Col. El- less he should release his hqld. As Uhe March 1921 term directing me as Master Commissioner to sell the hereOhio Quarterly 'Court. times daily In the interest of the Le- liott's half In racing. The horse be- tho negro walked away he sullenly inafter gion's campaign for new members in longs ,to us Jointly. Ho has the same warned the preacher not to follow SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. purpose described property for the L. J. Igleheart and B. C. Igleheart, right to control him that I have; and of paying the cost of this acpartners trading nnd doing busihim, but tho parson could not stand New Orlenns. Kelley hung by his lie will race him and I cannot keep Ohio Circuit Court. tion and the cost of this sale, and ness under the firm name and style him the dare andchased the negro until Charles McConnel, Plaintiff. toes from the tallest buildings, climb- from It." dividing the remainder of the proof Iglehoarts' Oarage, Plaintiffs y flag pole he could ceeds anions the parties entitled vs. Notlco of Sale. ed up Needless to add; Mr. Cryer was duly all trace of him was lost in a dark Chas.vs. Notlco of Sale W. Mulllkln, Dofendent. salo at pub- R. A. Bridges, thereto, I will offer for "Defendant. alley. find nndj rocked It until It broke, acquitted. By vlrtuo of a judgment and or- lic outcry to the highest and best By virtue of a judgment and order Tho utter nbsenco of prejudice then ho dropped Into a net below. der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court bidder at the Court House door In of salo directed to mo in tho above ' against the turf In earlier days brings Clove Her" has moved his whole- entered in the above styled acMon at Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, May styled action from the Ohio Quarterly sale grocery to lower Main street, It Marck, 1921 term, directing me to 2nd, 1921; at about the hour of 12:30 Court, I will offer for sale at public All industry and travel in tho state Into sharp contrast our sporadic latteG r-day described porsonagitations-Idisapproval. and 12 outcry to tho highest and best bidder where ho has a larger and much more 6cll the hereinafter purpose of paying P. M., uporp a credit of Oklahoma were stopped for a minof nl property for tho n, months the following described real at Bradshaw's Livery Stable In For example, It Is mentioned In the morning You can't keep tno judgment of plaintiff in the sum estate lying nnd being in Ohio Counute at eleven o'clock on the convenient building. Kentucky, on Saturday, Catholic Churchman, published nt a hustler from hustling, and Clovo uf $337.00 with Interest at the rate ty, Kentucky and bounded and do- - April 30, 1921, at about tho hour of April 28 during which Oklahomans flf In 1711, that among the legitiper annum froni July 6, 1920, Iscrlbed ns follows: ono o'clock Pj M., upon a credit of Ad Howard of 6 ivlth bowed head repeated a creed of mate pastimes of the population which keeps hustling' forward. until paid, and the cost of tho said Tract". American flag. The mot with the approval of the church is with Cleve, and he has taken a action and tho cost of this salo, I will . jn Frist original Beginning nt a stono three months the following described loyalty to the lino of the Christian persojial property, viz: the ceremony was a part of Americanism Itself, was the now one of racing forward movement since he used to offer for salo at public outcry to the survey running thence north 40 east One National tourlug car now in my 225 cities arranged un- aorses, which hud giouu to bo highly piddle around deputying in tho circuit highest and best blddor at tho Court 50 poles tq a stone; thence south 74 possession as Sborlff of Ohio County, programs in Lepopular among the gentry of the coun- clerk's office. I used to, think there Hcuso door In Hartford. Kentucky on east 49 poles to a stone near 2 or 3 Kontuckjfv der tho auspices of the American try. However, wo of todaj, havo.every was nqt much in Ad but fun and good Monday, May 2nd., 1921 at al.iut the marked' trees on tho south side of a Tho purchaser will bo renuirod to gion. reason to believ6 that tho turf Is on nature, but since ho came here Clevo hour of one o'clock P. M., upon a hill between 2 small dams; thouco cxecuto bond immediately after qale tin following south 9 Mi poles to n stone and plum with security to bo approved by me, ci edit of six months the evo of a greater measure of popupayable in three months and bearing Rangers in the government service lar support than It bus received In a has given him u degree of responsi- described personal property or a suf- bush it being said corner near ficiency thereof to satisfy plulr.tlff's gate; thence north 80 west 42 interest at tho rato of C per annum in the YosomlU national park are lenulo not only a a matter of health- bility in tho business and responsidebt, interest and cost, being tho poles to a stono on the north side from date until paid, or ho maV pay among the former service sueti to re- ful enteitaliiuiuut hut also bility has sobered him down to piny-lu- g property of tho defendant, Chas. W. of a small drain and south side of a cash ns he prefers,, Said bond If extho roal busluoss man. for posts of the Am-- secause of 1U Importance as an adMulllkln, nnd now In his possession: hill; thenccuorth 27 west 80 poles ecuted to have the force and effect of ceive charter " Ono brown mare, 16 hands high, to tho beginning containing 40 acres a judgmont. lean Legion. The post, which will junct to tho Industry of breeding Then thoro Is John Keith, who Is seven years old and known by name bo the snme more or less. It nelng, Olvon under my hand this tho 7th as Yosomlto No. 25S, la thoroughbred liorsufi for lira in be known as 'Dannie; also ono brown mare, 15 n part of a tract of land heretoforo days of April, 1921. the iiimy with wivnlry mounts the first to bo organized in tho Na- ind other highly utilitarian purposes. pretty well known about Ilprse hands high, seven years! old and sold to tho said Soloman Pierce by S. A. BRATCHBR, Special Com'r. Branch and, 1 bfcllov, ran for cor- - kjiown by namo as Queen; also one Joseph Ford Sr.and deeded to him Heavrin & Martlu, Attorneys, tional Park. Tho next stato cou- -- fM -- ilet $5 to $10 inau-g-itio- Carson . Co. Hartford, Kentucky. 3r,L5K .... i X-r- ay X-r- le ' ft ' -- ' - the-hlgh- n Ex-"S- ei , sup-?!yln- tf