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The Hartford republican: May 6, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921050601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 6, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TT" The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Ye& NUMBER 45 OHIO COjINTY WEALTH AS LISTED FOR " ybL. XXXIII HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, suit grow out of a claim (or clothing lost In mall transit. Nail had sent company, malls. FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921. a high school graduate and also a gradunto of the University of Kentucky. Sho tins this year, Initialed domestic science In our high achoo! and has made It rno of the lo tiling dopartments. Tho work is thorough and satisfactory. With this faculty in gtStloj and high school tte promlso of lhi future Is great Ail the teachers havo had experlencd and have had special training for the work. Our, high school is on the accfedited list ot high schools in tho "A" class, and with the present faculty"lt meets all tho requirements and more. Hence it will malntau its standing. Tho only object Unit tho trustees and faculty have is to elve tho patrons the ver best school that can be had anywhere. The present term has been most suc cessful nnd closes with tho Imny support o! every ono ln the communi- THE CIRCUIT COURT lngn cleaning establishment, and tho to, a Louisville cleaning and it was lost In the IS MOVING SMOOTHLY tho clothing Judge R. W. Slack Announces Candidacy for this district. Re-Electi- on TAXES .First Appearance Of Women In Jury Box Attracts Marked Attention. 4 HARTFORD'S GRAND OLD MEN. fn this lssuo of tho Republican will be found the announcement of Judge During this tlmo tho legal ability, tho perserverlng industry nnd tho uniform fairness of this officer havo been observed and recognized by, the people of the district, and no mention by this newapapr can odd to tho general knowledgo of the public regarding tho fitness and tho usefulness of this efficient officer. Holding, as nnj' man capable of" discharging tho duties of that high offlco should, that 4ils good namo as a citizen and his reputaton as a lawyer were of larger vnluo than any possible political fortune, Judge Slack has administered the functions of the office of circuit judge wth a falrnes3 und that deserves and, wo.believe will, so command the confidence and tho history icspect of the people that they will follow a custonr, unbroken-Ihim In NovemberV of tho district, and In asking for nn endorsement of his official acts, Judgo Slack says: To the voters of the Sixth Circuit Court District of Kentucky: I hereby announce my candidacy for to the office of circuit judgo of this Judicial district, at the November election 1921. The people regardless of poltical affiliation, were kind enough to honor me with this hlgli and' Important office six years ago, and snee then I have given my entlro 41me and best energl3 to the performance of Its dutls. Doubtloss I have erred at times, but I feel that tho public knows I have earnestly and conscientiously endeavored to administer the law as I havo found It. without favoritism and without fear. It has been tho uniform custom in this district, for the past forty years, to give an endorsement without contest to our circuit Judges for a second term, and I shall b"e grateful If the people, whom I have faithfully tried to serve, shall likewise, ln the present contest, compliment mo with the same endorsement herctofoie accorded others, . oRespectfully, ' R.'W. SLACK. The Owcnsboro papers have the following to say about Judge Slack's an' nouncement for v "Judge Slack Is completing his "Judgo Slack has lived ln Owens-bor- o first term ns judge of this Judlcinl practically all of his life, and district, being elected on the Re- prior to being elevated to tho Judicial publican ticket five years ago.- - He bench was a successful lawyer. He has made an enviable record as a Is no stranger to the people of this judge, and is held in high regard by district, his acquaintance extending the attorneys of Daviess, Hancock, from one' end of the other. Judge Hl3 Slack has made an excellent record McLean, and Ohio counties. election' In 191C wag a tribute as circuit Judge, and as he says in his to his personal popularity." Messen- card has decided cases without favorger. itism and without fear." Inquirer. ct It-t- The tax commissioner's books reSoloman may havo been Justified cently completed, show somo InterIn his day and generation in saying esting Information relative to tho there was nothing now under tho buu, value and distribution ot tho various kinds, of property of our ;noro than Imt could ho havo looked In on tho Ohio county circuit court rooms this six thousand taxpayers. I lacked Veck ho would havo thought that his to make a more thorough study , flunochs had been negllgont In allow- ot the commissioner's report, but irtg so, many of his wives to oscapo hope tho facts stated may bo ot in.,,1 l,,,.,!,,.., nMivTlv from his harem. terest to the readers ot this paper. l BllCllfelll Ml uia,.ca .v.ivi Now Tho first trial to occur with women after tho lapso ofwhat seems a very, There are in the county 6.C25 polL ty. on the'jury Is worthy mention be- vory long tlmo to me these aged and tax payors who, at $1.50 each, on; m cause it places five names ot Hartford honorablo citizens remain, landmarks rich the county treasury by' $9,037. ANOTHER RICHMOND ENTERS on an Imporlshablo court ro- - wjtn a women Tho total county tax 8t pr,i0 0f having been a from all sources amounts to '$63,732. cord as tho first of tholr sex to per- - ugc(Ui part nnd parcel of their day To the Republican voters, both laform this rospdnslblo servlco lntOh!o nn(i BOneration. All of theso havo now Total acres of land is 355,884, valdles and gentlemen: After having ued for taxation purposes at ln round county. aenerntIonshcnco mon and rotired from active business oxcopt been solicited by many-m- en and wo- numbers, five and a half million dol- women will bo searching dusty and "Uncle" John Itlloy, tho youngest of men Republican voters vof the coun- lars, an average of $15.00 per to dctormlno tj,0 0t( wno winks tho'other eye nnd jrollow court records ty to make tho race for the nomina- acre. whether 6r not they can traco their teus lno customer a good story while tion for county judgo, I have decided family history b'ack to the flvo Im- - jioll gives him service, Tho value of standing .timber in to make this announcement. mortals. the county Is returned as at $200,-- i was about to forget to Include I served one term as judge of your 000. Tho women who will for all tlmo niy 0j,i frjend and namo sake or pos-liacounty court, and did, to the best of tho record distinction Tho number of town lots is given-a- t 8n,jy i'am hft name sake John my ability, economize ln tho use ot 1,864, the value ot which includfirst of tholr sex to legally distribute Th'omas. ''Uncle" 'John Is still In. my ing Improvements $1,183,000. yuor tax funds and conduct Justice nro: Mrs. "Ed BarraSs, Mfs.'mtSincs8( j,ut his part of the business court with justice and fairness to all Torn Black, Mrs. Walter Paris Mrs. V0nsists 'chiefly Fn setting out front The number of automobiles is 45G, tho people who came before It, and I worth $150,000, or an average valuo V. S. Carson, Mrs. Itowan Holbrook Vhenf tho weather is fine while tho In yoiingeMolks about the store weigh Inyite a caretul inspection of my of $330. and Mrs. Claude Blankenshlp. On that- - record I feel that at Tho number of trucks listed Is addition to being ono of tho flvp tho sugar nnd count tho eggs. There pioneers of her sex to sit on a Jury, ' 3 n peculiar respect wo ,younger least I am eligible for another term, Ave, with an average value of $470. the last and final favor I shall ever Tho amount of provisions on hand Mrs. Ed Barrass will havo tho added folks pay to age where tho blessing ' ask at the hands of the voters ot the July 1, was given as $27,000, or distinction of being tho first woman 0f age follows an honorable and uso- county. I need the office for finan- less than one, dollar's worth per unit v to have tho Honor ot being foreman ta nctlvo career. Each of theso has cial reasons, feel like my experience of population. or shall wo say forewoman of a jn his tlmo played a useful part In fits mo for useful service and will Jury. Value of telephone systems $9,400. the development of tho town and tho t apprclate an endorsement of my for- Perhaps thlsyalue was placed at Tho first case tried before a mix- - county, and there nre few men of mld-o- d mer term, by tho good people of the Jury was an action Of Mr. J. T. (n0 or advanced ago "ln tho county a figure. county. Vincent, a Beaver Dam merchant, for whom some one or moro of theso Value of coal mines and equipment J shall make a clean and honorablo $192,000. against tho Illinois, Central Itallroad men hnvo not done a favor requiring company, Involving a claim for dam- - earnest and lasting gratitude. (Truly canvass and It nominated will make a Horses listed for taxation number vigorous effort to strengthen the tick- k5,040, tho average valuo of which. .ages for tho delay of goods ln ship- - aro thoy our grand old men. mm et, and If defeated I shall givo my, Is $7&i jnent. Tho verdict was In favor of earnest and hearty support to the There were, according to the as- tht defendent. Tho verdict Indl- - HONOR 'ROLL OF THE sessment, 4,663 mules In the county REAVER DAM SCHOOL WOMEN WILL TAKE PAUT ticket nominated. TJEACIEERS ELECTED FOR .cates in so far as theso women aro - concerned, that Inviting your influence and support July 1, worttf'$402,000, or an avertheir sex qntertalns IX GOOD ROADS JIEETIXG BEAVER DAM SCHOOL age value of $86. FIRST GRADE Doris Likens, Na- I am, little antlcorporalton prejudice. Thirty-thre- e Very respectfully,, yours, jacks were listed at Closo upon tho honors of tho ladles oina Maddox, Thelma Cooper, Louise For the first tlmo women will parAt a meeting ot the Board of Eduan a vera go valuation of $87l ticipate In a Good Roads Convention cation ot the Beaver Dam Graded and R. R. WEDDING. named another five whoso claim to Newton, Arllno Dockery, Irwin mm The number"ot cattle Is given as honor ln jury service ' of ley, Charles Dellart, Everett Hill, In Kentucky Juno Tho Execu- High school, held on the 27th ofpr., PARENT-TEACHE- R 3IEETING 10,500, worth $298,000, or an'av- - x tive Committee of tho Kentucky Road the Board elected a full corps of 'women came.Mrs. 0. M. Barnett, Mrs. Samuel Leach. erage valuo of $28. SECOND GRADE Ruby Martin, Engineers' Association, arranging for teachers for the ensuing year. Emory Schro'otorrMrs'. W. S. TInsloy, The meeting Tho regular parent-teachHogs reported number 11,800. Mrs. J. R. PIrtle, and Mrs. John B. Eddrlo Chlnn, Alta Fuqua, Oletta the road meeting to be held in the present faculty was retained with Theso ladles heard tho Joint Chapman, Leora Baize, Ch'rlstlno Jefferson County Armory, Louisville, two exceptions, Miss Gorln Flen4r, will bo held at the high school build- - worth $76:000. or an averace of S6 "Wilson. issue of Cal P. Keown and John Young, John H. Veller, McDonald decided that since women are taking tqach'er in the 5th and 6th grades re- lng Thursday May 12, at 2:30 p. m. each. including . Only 3, were listed, and. Meadows against Ivy Nail, Involving Knight, Paul Chlnn, Tim Barnes, BI1-.- a interest ln public affairs and have signed and Miss Carrie Southard, An Interesting program good music, has been prepared fJr tnojr average value $4.50. clothing Nail had sent ly Taylor, Kenneyh Kane, been given the vote, they should be teacher of thelst and 2nd grades re clalmvfor TIHRD GRADE Araett Williams, allowed opportunity to participate In signed. These teachers have given the occasion. All members are re-- 1 Bank shares aro listed at 219',0001 for them to a Louisville cleaning es-- 1 ' efficient and satisfactory service dur- - quested to be, present and express 2.189 docs are reDorted. which was lost fn Estella Ralph, Madeline Leisure, Ken-th- o tho sessions. x. tabllshmont, and malls. The Jury ''Split the dlf- - neth Burgess, Wavy Taylor, Tiny Mao It is expected that somo of tho lng the present term and would have he,r v,ows as t0 tha most Important t All property for tho purpose of Judg- -' Daniel, Lillian Taylor, Ruby Stewart, most enthusiastic advocates will do - - been retained if they had not refused w.ork lho association mcy undertake g taxation Is $11,870,644. ferenco" giving the dotendents I for tho ensuing year. If for any rea- -, . property subject to county school ment for halt tho value of tho clothes. Kathorine Rummage, Avery Hill, Ba-- velqp among tho fairer sex, 'not only Tho teaching force for the grades'8011 yu can not be Present' wrlt0. tax is given at $8,503,000, and tho number of JUrors summoned for sol Keown, Glena Cooper, Nolen are they being urged to attend but jservlco failed to answer when called, Dockery, John King, Charles Sande- - Women speakers will bo included in is as follows: Mr. Ellis Sandefur was 'our views, send your paper to tho sanrfrfor Braded school tax $2,232,- tfie program, teacher of the seventh and secretary ana it wm oe reaa ueioro ooo. and tho ten women named woro sum- fur, Virginia Sandefur. Comparing the property values by FOURTH GRADE Parven Knight as substitutes finv. Edwin P. Morrow will be ask- - elehth erades. Mr. Sandefur has had the meeting. moned as magisterial districts Hartford leads for tho Jurors falling to appear. They Edith Arbucklo, Joo Taylor, Esther ed to Issue a proclamation officially several year's of experience in TO CORRECT A RUMOR ln acres ot land, value of land, town tho week as Good Roads lng and has practically completed the will servo during tho week when DockerV, Lllllo Barnes, Owen Smith, Dellart, Ray. Week in Kentucky and calling upon Lire certificate course in tho state tho Alslo Hill, Judith lots and Improvements. Number of needed. Gentlemen jurors on To tho voters of Ohio County: motor trucks, number of horses, regular panel are W. F. Newcomb, J. Pierce, Mabel Phelps, Sarah Harrl- - the people to participate ln, the road Normal school. nearly-a-monrecently, was For mules and cattle, hogslsbank shares Miss Bortte Renfrow was elected FIFTH GRADE Tracey Stewart, congress. Eyery county Is urged to W. Talley, A. J. Williams, A, E. al.lr nA imnlila tn ran itn mv ftanvnso and grand totalsTwdIstrIcts:. Center-Sandefur, C. B. Cardon, A. A. Carter, Grcthel Martin, Paulino Austin, Hi- bo well represented, County Judge, to succeed Miss Floner, as teacher of ' tor , . -- J, A....., i.- . r.. .wi ,,! , . t .the nomination .,.-. county court I town leads In timber and' sheep; Chapman, Lois Taylor, Gladys W...V, ..- . v .N. M,. Russell, J. L. Patton, J, L. ram Smciuuuri,un-uiiiOU- u '" wfil.u !, uu.ub..Uva. 00 IBeaver Dam, ln'lntangjble property;. , four years of successful experience ln James, L. D. Bennett, Albert Cdx, Hosey, Rachel McKlnnc'y. Delora Invited, neen E.,ven cu"" t Rockport, in nmnber of noils and In addition to Governor Morrow, teaching and has a Life Certificate J" Harvey Tichenor, W.S. Carter, J. W. Baize. .; Sulphur Sprints leads in yam SIXTH GRADE Roy Taylor, Lucy Joseph S. Boggs, Engineer, and mem- - from the State Normal school. "!" Robinson, D. N. Havener, J. W. Edj of chickens. wain tu oiuia luut tuc jdiuh b n e State Highway Comrals - ' Miss Irene Rhoados was monson, W. II. Gillespie, D. M. Parks, Clyde Jackson, Floyd Newton, Free-d- a bers without foundation Infactand that Pierce. Hartford and Rockport tie In tlio slon, who havo accepted Invitations' (,ed to teach the third and fourth Leslie Hoover a"hd M. T. Parks. I am going to make a thorough can- - number ot automobiles, ninety each,'1'' Holen Knight, SEVENTH GRADE Only a few Jury trials , havo so tar been had, but much business has Luclle Couch. Audrey Martin, Boulah most noted road experts ot the nation of tho Beaver Dam school and has! nominee of the Republican party for and Rockport and Beaver Dam tie In "" .number of town lots, each reporting l)(en disposed of. Perhaps tho pub- Kane, Virgil Couch, Malcpm Barnes, havo beon engagd to speak. The ex- - three years experience ln teaching, the off co to which I aspire. 0. ' Miss Alma Simpson was. elected to hlblt ot modern construction and lic in general do not understand that George Barnes,. Very truly yours, "rjjt mm as EIGHTH GRADE Estill Hazel-rlg- maintenance equipment and motor succeed Miss Carrie Southard, " ELLIS MITCHELL, a very largo part of the business BASEBALL SEASON OPENS Carrol Veller, Alton Chlnn, Vir- trucks, in connection with the Con- -' teacher of tho 1st and 2nd grades, court Is disposed of by a circuit Dundee, Ky May 5, 1921 agreed orders, orders taken)n motion ginia McKlnney, Everett Park, Ten- vontlon, will bo highly Interestlg and j Miss Simpson, is a graduate ot the The Ice ot the 1921 baseball seainstructive to delegates and visitors. ' Beaver Dam High school and" hasNhad or by proceedings In equity. Hence, nyson Peyton, Bonnlo Baize. FIRE AT FORDSVILLE. son ln Ohio bounty was brokenSatur- Kelloy - one years work ln the State 'Normal. NINTH GRADE Frank All sessions, the exhibits and vaxv tho progress ot the court can'not be day, when Beaver Dam and McIIenry Tho full faculty of tho High School Judged "solely by the number of Jury Casobler, Eva Carter, Mildred Taylor, rlous entortalnments will bo open to At an early hour Monday morning baU'tw,rle1f8 anJ bat Poy-toBonta, the public without charge. Mw met oa Josephine Plrtlo, Waunettla was retained. Professor Warren vo- trials. ueaLiuj'Gu uveicvb kcuu tho former's diamond. The result Superintendent ot the school and lire Black Sr., Lena Wallace, Loreno Maddox, Floyo In the action of Frank taurant, nt Fordsvllle. The fire origiPrincipal ot the high schbol has bad nated from a stove flue in the kitch- was a score of 11 to 9 in favor ot the OFF FOR GRASSY. administrator of the estate of Frank Rains, Anna Elllotty Alma Crowdor, ln all ( en. Loss on stock was about $500, visitors. Sunday Beaver Dam recovseveral 7 years experience Black deceased, against tho Security Elizabeth Shultz, Otto. Wallace, AlRalph, Aaron Ho Is a and the house was worth $1000. The ered some ot its prestige lost SaturJohn T, Moore, cashier of the Fed- phases of school work. .Llfo Insurance company Involving the bert Shultz, Wendell Reserve Bank ot Louisville; Doc- graduate ot Hartford College, of the building was the property ot Clarence day by taking n game from McIIenry, on the life of tho Roach. eral payment of a policy by a majority of five. TENTH GRADE Evelyn Hunloy, tor J. R. PIrtle and Editor W. S. Tins-le- y National Normal Unlversley of Le- Foreman. deceased, tho plalnUff was awarded No report on Insurance Sunday afternoon Beaver Dam's Ruby Taylor, Eldred Young, Martyne leTttTuosday noon for the m'puth banon Ohio, and of Peabody College on stock or' building. The restausum claimed. a judgment for the Lllllo of Grassy creek, where they will take for teachers, Nashville, Tenn,, and rant property wns next door to the second team played Hartford and won In tho suit of W. J. Mercer against McDanlel, Anno Lee Maddox, spare I don't tholr annual fishing outing. They has done post, graduate work ln tho city court hall, which was saved on!yr with five scores to Oma Williams tho plaintiff was given Chlnn, Hartford's, first, tec QRADE Leonard mado tho trip by motor boat, and latter institution and in tho Univer- by hard work ot volunteer firemen ' a Judgment for $400 and an orderM ELEVENTH ond or third team toohjtho drubbing, v . entered directing a sale under Hen Baker, eorlnno Taylor, Florence Tay havo n barge completely equipped sity of Kentucky. At present he Is as I got the above Information from lor, Iva Render, Clyde Taylor. CUMBERLAND QUITS TOWN for cooking and sleeping pui poses.. a member of. the State Board ot Exto satisfy tho Judgment. tho Hartford Herald," which was not Case-ble- r, TWELFTH qRADE-Erw- ln against Thoy took Jim along, Jim Brooklns, aminers. In the case of E. G, Anuis very specific. I take about as llttlo ' Miss Elizabeth Davidson, teacher R" P. Brown, Lucrotla Bucknor, a coloied boy, for general cook and Tho Cumberland Telephone com Claude Macoy and wlfo a default lntercbt In baseball as the people Judgment for $1545 w,as awarded Blanche, Buckner, Sallyo Maddox, dishwasher. They will spend about ot English in the high schoql, is a pany has pulled Its' tfoles and wound took in Cox's candidacy, and wroto v graduate ot,the Hartford High school, Its wires, preparatory to leaving Hart'plaintiff, and" real estate ordored sold Gladys Likens, Era Rendor, Lummlo a woek at tho camp. m and, of tho Unlvorslty of Kentucky. ford. It will retain a longdistance thte notlco only out ot rglpect for wider Hen claim to s,ocuro payment of Taylor. ey Bosonce. Sho has been teaching this. Hue of station hero and. for MiSTHAYKD OR STOLEN. abf adjudged to bo duo the iher-susome ling about the ocal first work for tho present year Jn lho Ilea-vo- r least, Its exchanges In other towns ct tho An odd coincldonco octureJ plaintiff. UU1IJB BUU 111 luuwwa ui luiuaaiiuii, Dam High School, and hs given t,hd county. April 22nd, one dark In tho case of John Moadows and county cftirlv's offlco last wek Two and I hope Tins returns in time to re cow, about '4 years old, with ablp and offlciont service. t marriage license milch cpuplo3 ft'irlng Jal P. KJown against Ivy Nail, Miss Sallle Henri Coleman, teacher Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Taylor moved port all the details when the prists ot was glvon Judgment for $30 gave the f"cs of tits' grooms as 'l scar ou back arid loft hip. Notify tho formation period Is past.." . tf McIIenry. 44t2 ot Domestic Sclcnco and History, is to Foids"vlllo Thursday Is conduct- - mill ct tho-orlas 31. BERT TRAIL, nnd Koown for $ 25. Nail -tha-tlm- e '.n. J A'ftor an absence of a ouplo of years It Is pleasing to find a quartette of Hartford's grand old men still Im1 nnil linnrlv nml nnimrently neod fof mnny ycarg moro o 1fe wh(m j wns a boj ,,p ln tho Sul. phur srInB9 country, and mado oc- ca8lonnl trlp3 t0 Hartford to attend a taft aCQ a clrcU8 or to buy a ncw sut ot ciotheS( Uncles Jim Ford, Sam c Porrv San(tCfur and John niloy woro rl(jng nfo's meridian in health, H, W. Slack for tho Republican nomination for judge of tho circuit court. For tho past flvo years Judgo Slack ha3 presided over tho circuit court of Some Interesting Figures on Volume And Values of Property. . ' ' ( vo too-hig- " Kel-seco- 7-- er C00-she- op A t teach-designati- th ,, t ..,,, ' a,a t -- I i "?";" ot-th- rr:t". .:"".:. ::,; .... ' I be-fo- ro g, n, . the-prese- ' ota rcd.-inule- y Mea-r-'do- -- - des ' s MARK rRMAN'SBARRIER Y TARIFF aCu J'y VnUcd 8((es Would Have JhitJiw On Its Own .Importation. 3 Wftuflnnston. April 30. Explana- S.Ua. ml the jirovlslon. In tho omorgenwhich takes up tho '5fXarm farltflilll rlmrcnxnccn In International raoneta- w that tho United States l .at xuTt Ipso by efcehango rates what , atar - "tft arms tn rgaln by protectivo tariff Influenced by lB0.rliiiniulA by Chalrman.Fordnoy, greatly and therefore constitutional conrequires constituditions Ways 'and Means Committee. tional treatment. Hnll'a Catarrh Medii the cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional "Section 1214 of tho bill Is calculat- - remedy, Is taken Internally and acts exchange values tliru the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces rqmillzo forolgn of the System. One Hundred Dollars reUnder oxist-- 3 ward la offered for any case that Hall's' jSorKasltuOB purposes. 11 - i.ur .tntloa nrn ltriuldated on Catarrh Medlclnafalls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. f tho currency of the ln- the lasls Sold by Druggists, 75c nr appraised value, If that Hall's Family rills for constlpaUon. t7dS " o nnnuy of such foreign countries ex- U. S. VOll JAP TKOOPS BLAME HiTtins are assessed on the cnaiu;ejnilne of such depreciated as .found on tho day of expor- - Tho far Eastern republic of Chita troops sEoUnn. The- - exchange value of tho has asked Japan to withdraw senzDsiwy of such foregnl countries froln Siberia on tho ground that tho goods Into the United task for which they came has been ac jjnjKTrtlire say, was to 'Slatoss Js'Jn sonic Instances so low compllshed. This, they amount of duty collected Is assist In tho evacuation of tho Cze haJt iho request of army TerF small. It Is the practice of choslovaksStates. at the was also A note to require our tho United 3cau: .foreign sellers government at Washing- amerAants to pay for their goods In sent to tho and to state in on holding the United States responsij&ansrlrnn dollars, presence tho Japanese Jtntr Invoices that the homo value is ble for tho asking of Japan bo rethat price stated In the troops nnd eit-j3wer unit Jesraflated currency of that country. quested to withdraw them. 2ilw price paid by the American w KIIIST P1U$SIDK.T' were converted Into the IS the exporting country on the ' Siaats of the standard coin Value, the Dr.' Sun Yat Sen, who was elected sliECerenco in the two figures would .great .extent disappear, ,amU tho tuefim president of China when the &a ,t,-, hnrti rfnr home and export In Monarchy was overthrown, was re post. The cently be jina Instances would applyalike. Thlsrl flection took place to that Chinese parIn tho to gpdcls not Vfl raswreo, does sshM wre sought to be dumped up-o- a liament sitting at Canton. y ear market. Suggestion for, a Camping Trip. TXe Illustrate its application: The Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Jffenaxzt anark is now .worth, let us As before tsr2cmit3 In our mqrfey. value a ma- Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy cannot is less leaving homo. As a rule it trix x Xftct, Us exchange tfO.cs. 23 cents, while the gold value be obtained when on a hunting or oC ae German mar.k Is 23. S cents. fishing trip. Neither can it be ob-Two German marks will purchase In tained while on board tho cars or Germany a quan-Zr.tp- steamships and" at such times and Shsjiorne markets of spuds which, when exported to places it is most likely to bo needed, an, acliv'ered into this country, are The safe way is to have it with m, wtfctxri ai and sold for aum ten you. JSimrjj greater. Under existing law, SOVIET WAK OX KELIGIOX KKwexcr. we collect dutieionly upon 2Ju9 sehauge value ot the mark, to A new and very active campaign stS,, upon 2 cents. This would an Invoice for 1,000 marks against religion has been inauguratJust-a- s was Z.n && collection ot only $5 in duty ed by tho Bolshevlkl. ctm2i a 25 ner cent ad valorem basis, done In tho French revolution the auinixiTeas when the depreciated cur-- thorities have proclaimed that there life after death. . xesxar Is limited as provided for in Is no God and-n.ffi&s act 1,000 marks would equal $80 Notices to this effect have been postsxsiis'&ft duty collected would be ?20. ed on church doo"rs, and precious alrobes have . Saier present conditions, while tho tar cloths and priests' been made Into shirts for the red Zzosfsstar pays duty only on the mark and the goods are so horsemen who make a public display Sxrvbcsfi "he, In fact, frequently pays of them. Priests and pastors are iZha foreign seller a much greater hunted and persecuted and many of Tjrjeelxecause the. export price is much them have been shot, on the slightKtEatcr than tho foreign .homo mar-Ur- t. est pretexts. trnlins. Where the invoice is In currency and the Importer 9 .fiaHzra in marks, duty is collected upturn: "lint depreciated value of those j -... cur-nvm- cr pur-efcsv--nl -o Kl Am-wSca- 3 straw hats woro ruined boforo the women could reach shelter. Many of them woro sandals without stock ings, and woro mado to shiver In tho cold. Dcauty spots painted on the baro skin got wot and tho Colors ran, giving the professional boautlos moro than over tho nppearanco of painted Indians. r There- Is mora Catarrh In this section of tho country than all other diseases put together, and for yean It was supposed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, PROTECT FARM SAVE AMERICAN' MARKETS Of AVns and Chnlrmnn Meant Committee Kxplnhw g Cliune. I THE UNIVERSAL CAR V Washlngtin. Aprll30. That tho clause in the emergency tariff bill, which has passed tho House nnd Is boforo tho Senate will savo tho country from an Inundation of foreign goods mnde by cheaper labor Is contended by Chairman Ford-neof tho House Ways and Means Ho says: Committee. tho "Tho principle underlying adopted measuro of additional duty tp be added in prov6nt)onot,dumplng, particularly where tho tariff valuations aro upon foreign market values, Is to add such an amount of duty as will equalize sales at loss than the forolgn homo market valuo or foreign export valuo or cost of produc tion with profit added, whichever may be tho highest, thereby making It unprofitable to dump goods on tho markets of tho United States nt less prices. If the seller otjthe goods Is compelled to add as duty the differ-onc- e betweon the sales price and what ho would receive by selling In the otherwise highest obtainable market, all reward or inducement to dumping is removed. "Several countries of tho world in tho presence of tho experience now blng uudergono by this country have It protects enacted such legislation. our industries and labor against a now common species of commercial warfare of dumping goods on our markets at les3 than cost or home value, If necessary, until our markets are destroyed, whereupon the dumping ceases and prices are raised at above former levels to recoup dumping losses. By this process, while temporarily cheaper prices are had, our Industries aro being destroyed, after which we more .than repay in higher prices. Moreover, the provisions as drafted will jcpmpel payment when the exnort price is less than lb home-mark- et salo price as now exists In many lines of industry of a corresponding equalizing duty. "This bill contains the additional and necessary safeguard that where the goods are consigned and not sold or agreed to be sold until after they pass out of custorhs custody, bond to pay any additional antidumping duty herein provided and subsequently de termlned shall be given." y, That Dependable Ford Quality, Ford durability began back in 1903 when Henry Ford started g processes. experimenting with Vanadium steel and that a more exact tempering of steel for motor car buildHe knew ing must be worked out. Vanadium, it was learned, when added to molten steel, gives to that steel a greater toughness and adhesiveness. And now other alloys have been found which are superior to Vanadium. With the Ford Motor Company constant progress is the daily companion. The Ford products Car, Truck, g tempers each part Tractor grow in quality daily. tear to which it is subso that it will best withstand the wear' or jected. Ford chemists and analysts have created formulas and .standard specifications for every individual part of the Ford car for the steel but for everything from pneumatic tires to heat-treatin- Heat-treatin- not-onl- y Ford durability isn't a matter of accident, it is a matter of painstaking thoroughness in laboratory and factory. The Ford is a car of precision of standardized values. Order your Ford car now. No matter how. fast they may be made the demand multiplies faster. Order today for we can make fairly prompt deliveries Runabout, Touring ar, Coupe, Sedan, Truck and Fordson Tractor. top. CI BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY : Illinois Central System Sounds a Warning Of Impending Coal Shortage It is earnestly to be hoped that coal dealers and consumers havo not forgotten tho lessons taught by coal shortages of recent years, particularly tho ono of 1920. Theso shortages woro produced largely by dealers and consumers themselves In not beginning to buy nnd store coal in adequate volumo until late In the year. It is clear that unless coal dealers and consumers profit by tho Iessonsof tho past and begin at once to lay In necessary failed winter supplies another coal shortago will bo brought about. As a result of the shortage of coal In 1920, the Interstate Commerce Commission was forced to require the railways to furnish open top cars preferentially for tho handling of coal from Juno 19 to November 29 In order to prevent suffering In various parts ot the country. Open top cais aro also used for carrying building and highway construction materials and ono ot tho etfecU ot diverting open top cars to tho coal traffic last year was the postppnment ot construction work that was vitally 'p(1. Tf wnnlrl he most unfortunate if this action, which wnn hlirhlv nnmai'in' tnut ai.ni.l.i K n,win necessary again this year. Tho housing and other construction which depend largely u,pon tho uso . 0j open top cars aro too Imperative to bo delayed by a congestion of coal traffic that can be avoided by the immediate movement gf coal on a'largo scale. equipment of tho railways Is sufficient to handle a large evenly-balance-d The co al tonnage, but it is inadequate to handle the coal movement when tho bulk of it is'thrown upon tho railways in a comparatively short period after midsummer. For the last five years tho total annual output of bituminous .coal in the United States, in tons, was as follows: 1916 502.519. G8a T.. 551,790,563 ,, 1917 '' 1918 579,385,820 1919 458.063.1G0, 1920 556,563,000 The strike of tho coal mlrfers which lasted from November 1 to December,16, 1919, had a paralyzing effect on the coal output for that year, and. the strike ot railway switchmen, which was in effect from April 3 to August 1, 1920, likewise affected the coal output for 1920. During the first six months of 1920, the output ot bituminous coal was 261,760,750 tons, or at the' rate of 43,626,791 tons a month. During the first three months of 1921 the average monthly output was only about 32,750,000 tons, and it is estl nated that the April output dldnot exceed 26,000,-00- 0 tons. If the April figures should not bo exceeded in May and June, tho coal movement for tho first six months of 1921, wouli amount to approximately 176,000,000 tons, a decrease ot moro than 85,000,000 tons, as compared" with tho actual output for the first six months of 1920. This would mean that tho mines would aae to produce, and the railways would have to move, more than 80.000,000 tons during tho latter half ot the year to equal the record ot coal production for tho year 1920 when there was a shortage To accomplish that would not only overtax the capacity of the railways, but would overtax tho mines, probably resulting in higher prices of coal. Coal can-b- o purchased nnd moved moro cheaply during spring and early summer than later. Delay in purchasing and storini coat at points or consumptionmakes for higher prices during the tlmo of heavy movement. Thore Is now "practically no surplus of bituminous coal abovoground anywhere in tho United States. Coal mine operators are now in a position to produce and tho railways are In a position to move a large volumo ot coal. If dealers and consumers fall to tako advantago of. the present opportunity to lay In fall and winter supplies, and another coal shortago eventuates, tho public in fairness certainly will not attach blame to tho coal operators and trim railways. More than 255,000 open top cars are now stanaing mie on mo siuo tracKs or tho railways. Nearly one-haof the onon-to-n ooulnmont of the Illinois Central System is Kilo. The situation, as we visualize it, is that tho country is headed for a sorlous coal shortage unless consumers Immediately start moving coal In large volumo. We aro emerging from tho business depression. Within a few months ,tho railways may b,o taxed to their capacity in handling traffic other than coal. Tho Illinois Central System, as one of the rotds in tho Middle West, conv , siders it a duty to sound this warning, Constructive criticism and suggestions Jare invited. ' HUGHES THAWSjypUT Beyond 30. Washington, April question one of the members of the Cabinet most talked about at Wash' Ington is Charles E. Hughes, Secro tary of State. In fact, there is a $s tlnct Hughes wave, and remote" Jn-- j deed from the centers of power .and; of gossip is the glace in official .;?) social Washington that has notfell the Influence ot this wave. It is the story of two Hughes-rho-w one has supplanted the other In the popular mind. as It The Hughes personality, stands out today, took official Wash ington completely by surprise. Tho unfailing smile tho hearty handshake, frankly caused astonishment. A cold, fr ni. coal-carryi- isaiarJiX." -- , SThcn the baby takes too much Is ilJ7oea the sitomach turns; the result The Story of 4ur states By JONATHAN BRACE .IndscEstion, sourness and vomiting. '.Fjeirnently the bowels are involved asvi siere is colic pains and, Baby Elxlr Is agrand vusirectivo remedy for tho stomach iiixl bowel disorders ot babies. It Is 3fftr wliolesomo and pleasant to taTte. Price 25c and COc per bottle. m SaJd Bit Ohio County Drug Co. JttXUlltOClTY FAILS. hsvo tho parliament siti adrit the reciprocity pact veiii America which was signed at "WatMaston during tho Taft. admlnls- trniieui failed by a. vote of 100 to 79. was urged by t rieryls ot the meas- ?ri; that the agreement would be of iausiwfi to Canada when the omer-isamtr tariff bill becomes a law, and jOval sever before was there greater ,tmiI tor friendly commercial rola- .jJudx "with the United States. The amwsscnisthht Its adoption would look Mfce' Sharp practice, and that jnci. on act of retaltfctlon would not 'Ajottempt-tOitaiVa- o calculating, austere, l self-center- ed VII MARYLAND INDIAN an Important part In the founding of M a r y 1 a nd. Lord Balt- ft B ' JILSTHICT GOES IJONK WHY. hBWstilct of Ontario voted for 'IwnMflcr" prohibition by a majority iFrnijirly .200,000. ' No liquor can, jler-tho & new law, bo imported or hi tiro district There was much aaaJeiuout .over tho election, and vfcaa "Pawytppt" Johnson, tho Am-vOt- hmU tMt)iaJl eoch-h- t workor. appeared was driven from Unit-5t an attrrlou,back'to the ti&s. 1A1LI)K ' JWSK.110N SPOILED BV SNOW "liK :frat ciowd which had as- Kiiflq0. n Sunday at Longcuamps fa.,!itliB fortes run und the woman 3ti3lHW nwvr tyles was struck hard snow-stor- been Interested in the London company which was financially responsible for the settlement of Virginia. Ho became so enthusiastic over the possibilities In tho new colonies that he desired to found a colony himself. After exploring tho country Just north of the Potomac he persuaded King Charles I to jjranj dm this territory. In honor of the queen, Henrietta Maria, this new colony was called 'Maryland. The payment for this grant was specified as two Indian arrows a year, together with a fifth part of all precious metals which might be mlned.As the colony produced no Koldor sn' ver tho cost of Mo.rS;l.and 'amounted to only tb&rtftpt arrows each year, and LojfdjBflUl-mor- o beenmo to all Intents j5nd purposes an Independent &Set? elfin. As a matter of fuct the churter was not issued uutll just after tho death of Lord Baltimore, but as the deed wus hereditary it de&cended to the second Lord'llaltlmore, under whom tho first settlement was mnde at St, Mary's In 1034. , Tills hereditary monarchy continued lu force tho sixth Lord Baltimore, tho Declorntlon of Independence in 1770 brought it to un end. In 1783 Maryland adopted tho Constitution nnd took Its place us the seventh stuto In tho Uulon. Its tireu totals IL',327 square miles, .nnd It Is thickly populated, so Unit Maryland Is entitled' io" eight presidential until,-under -- imore had man had been expected at tho State Officials and minor Department. employes there had looked for a chllL a as he approached: In the air brusqueness of greeting as he entered; a sharp closing of the door with orders that none was to be tolerated near the official sanctum unless summoned to appear. A And then came the revelation. smile and a cheery word of greeting for everybody and Mr Hughes was on tho- - Job. Officials who were requested to drop in to see him came away, their faces expressing a strange mixture of unbelief and pleasure.' Thero could bo no mistake In the identity of the man, for the famous whiskers were there, although somewhat more closely cropped than In the old days. "Yes, it's Hughes, all right," commented one visitor; "but what I want to know is, Where's the' faker who said, he was an iceberg?" E coal-carryi- , lf Teacher (to young miss) Pa,rso the word kiss. Missie This word is a noun, but Is usually used as a conjunction. It is never declined, and more common than proper. It Is not very singular, In that It is usually used in the plural. It agrees with me. Science and Invcutlon. Fdggs Just look at old vJubb's m mane. He's too stingy to got a Just coal-carryi- t President HHnoU Central Sjbtcm. . C H. MARKHAM, " - JIgs head, eh? Economizing on tho over- MMgsjsMMUMWWMMsinssWBMaWO FIUST GUUMAX GOLD HKItH. , CASTOR rA For Infants und Children In Us For Over 30 Years Always bears by a blizzard aud ...jaods t)I dollars worla Thou- of 3 electors.11 ( by McUlure Newipaptr Syndicate ) ma spring isr Signature . -- oi . rs' "r & Kuhn, Loeb & Co large international bankers of New York, have receiv- erica;. ' ed nearly $5,000,000 in German gold, Konnoth I oeo It's down (o 27, tho first such shipment since tho Henry Do you- - mean tho war. The gold came mostly from or, the baromotor? ' Swedish baiiksjvhlchOiad'nccumulat-CU H uiru paynwms tor goous sum Kenneth Neither: I mean luto Germany SvW a "period of sev- - oral years. U was explained that the bullion was neither a direct nor In- -, direct shipment from Germany to Am- Mnggie What, you bak horot I thought 'you had fallen into a fortune! Henr- y- I did and wont right iWu " ot thcr-momct- or O hi lOxe ix . FOR CASTORfA, FLETCHER'S Ory 2 REMOVE EXCESS TAXES IS PLEA OF DR. FESS CHURCHILL DOWNS VIolnfoN Principle of Ami Block Hound Finnnco Wny Of litis, Uicf I'toRrcst. Washington, April 3". U?:noval from the taxation laws of all impediments to enterprise so that business may go forward and prosperity bo assured, is urged by Representative Simeon D. Fcss, of Ohio, Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee. He says: "Our supremo need now, as I see It, Is to romovo the unnecessary hnndlcaps on capital, so that it will seek investment In productive indus try ratlier than hide in unproductive Investments. Thcso handicaps, which aro distinctly governmental, are (1) and unscientific taxa tion system adopted because of the exigencies of tho war, but two and a halt years after the war still per sists nnd(2) the locked-u- p funds of tho bands In the form of tho gov- Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 and roottJ plants wero net out. Tho I chamber of commerce supplied thou- - ' sands of circulars drawing attention to tho duties of citizenship, particularly for home owners. In many yards, as a result, there aro to bo seen purple grapes, thestately holly- huur, mu uiuucii toxgiovo, anu many other flowpra growing insldo freshly j painted fences In ono yard, GO by j 142 feet, tho hitherto neglectod vines produced more than a ton of grapes last year In tho work this spring Spokano is being districted for a boautlficatlon campaign to be con- -l ducted precisely as, the Liberty Loan campaigns were carried forward during tho war, each district under nf captain, with a team, reporting regularly on conditions. ( I Nc Contents ISFluid Jraohnj P.ASTIHH m m aE'invN lEWf? WM lirVniHffiWI For Infanto nnd Childrgre, .m r!l , pt.n CASJDg Mothers Know Ttek Genuine Castor at At .rnttOL-AVcsSclabter.-cparationfarAs- a PER -' CENT. r - ,. tni:nMhrnndbvICuU! tlntJthcStomadandDwrcUtf afWOTEWlffiHMJ h FIND MISSING MASTERPIECE A picture which claim Is the original art connoisseurs Rubens-'Desce- nt lilOu' T.j LOUISVILLE Stakes: Saturday, May 7lk iniTMTE Saturday, Mr 7l)l IHWIT BUIT country's oldest coune in point of consecutive years of racing, Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 with the assurance of a memorable season. Never before have there been so many horses of high class quartered at Louisville's historic course; seldom has interest in thoroughbred racing been so keen, and never perhaps, has it been so wide-spread. 'T'HE IMFIH NUII W.dn..dar,M.r tlih cum umicir Saturday. Mar 14Ui Saturday, May 14th Saturday, Mar Zlit Saturday, May sriiHK ujtout MXt hxtikkt iikii:ap rim 21 Ih rtocietxNOi;iimictf Monday, Mar 30th Come and enjoy some of this greatest of sports. In the programs and for the comfort .of patron you will find that the managemehthas done its utmost to make everybody happy. the'ar-rangeme- nts certificates, the government's floating debt of nearly three billions of dollars. tax, justifiable "The In tlmo ot war, is hardly defensible today. It violates the- fundamental principle of all sound taxation in that it admits "of varied interpretations and Is the basis of universal contro versy. The same is true on deter mining the Income tax. The Treasu ry authorities tell us that cases ot dispute reaching as far back as 1017 arc Still unsettled. Only last woek tho public was informed that at least billion of back taxes are ernment's short-term excess-profi- ts - one-ba- it from tho Cross" has been found In tho possession ot R. L. Colin, of Tulsa, Okla., a former member ot tho A. E. F. Bolin claims ho bought it for a'song" In Germany and after cutting it from tho frame, rolled It up and carried it about Europe. Whon, ho returned home he tried to sell it but although many looked at it, all refused to buy because It boro no signature. On suggestion that it might be of value, Bolln sent for an expert who, after critical examination, pronounced It the genuine Rubens, said to have been painted in 1412. The picture formerly hung In a Belgian cathedral but during the German invasion it disappeared and n the object of search for several years. has-bee- m Ua .. .v r.-Stf ChccrfulncssanaKcsvwiiui. Opium, Morphine n neither Mineral. Wot jiakw -.- ThproiivPromotJn4Di5cslion . JeofOdDiSaaEimSB,Pumplst" Senna Always Bears the Signature of t ji fiSr fW f .r " HE :jo"! 5;o "SV-- JMttS 'l KiJrc!! ft :??.! !o'VcJ rtZ'Si4 SH fcsSl KiUrrrrnnmr fiMnCiil Remedy fof Constipation nnd Diarrhoea A nn.i Frvrrishncssna r.ri i.2 It'1 E TccnirSLCEP t&tcXM N V.fl V BStr Enr tluzzr IUI WlUi J PrcsflUinlhcfcfrotniW'aiKy. rac Simile Sijnatoretf IhiowiwjnGoHPfiK fattSl tzwA ::;: .lTlu. S S1.? jTEWWei T Thirty Yesrs u promised. ft 'in &SOM CASTOR? THC CCNTAUfl COMPANY. NIWYORM "The Treasury in making its 'of CHARLES WORRIES THE SWIS. Since Charles of Hapsburg returned to Switzerland after his failure to regain tho throne of Hungary hlc presenco In tho llttfejfipubllc-'ha- s been made more thagKjprt undesirable. In the first pTacene was to. move from Prangln, near the Austrian bonier, to Luoerne. Then notrce was" received from the Hungarian government thai he is still considered the king- - and rightful ruler of Hungary. That changed his status from a political" refugee to that of an absent ruler, for if they recognize his authority at Buda pest his decrees might be carried out. The "little Entente" and the great allied powers have declared that no Hopslmrg shall rule Hungary or Austria, and Switzerland Is liable to Incur their ill pleasure bybarboring him. No other nation wants Gharles, dressed up and noand so where to go. ll Exdit Copy of Wrapper. Ctf Kentucky Jockey Club Vxiiurcnni uowns tours.ei Incorporated MkMMIaaaHniti omits light in tho dark, and in a FAITHFULNESS OF THE WIDOWS OF THE ORIHNT cool room maintains Itself constantly at a higher temperature than its It omits tho RoentEverybody knows that the Chinese environment. gen rays without any plectrical maThey do everything read from the bottom of the page up, chinery to produce them, and it has nml front the back to the front; men now been discovered that several difwear' long, flowing robes and tho ferent kinds of rays of tho unknown y variety also emanate from this women wear the trousors; they weep nt a wedding and rejoice nt a funeral substance. Tho socallod newly diswhile black la. worn at a wedding and covered alphn, beta and gamma rays of radium (named after tho Greek AvliTto at a funeral. There Is no obiter country In tho world where sucn alphabet) are distinct varieties, havThough properties. ing different perversity Is known. radium behaves like dn elementary Ono of their customs which has not spread farther than the land of Its substanco, it is found In .process , of origin, Is the of wid- time to disintegrate into other eleows as a mark of devotion to their mentary substances qulto different husbands. In spite of tho fact that from tho original radium lts'elf. Hemissionaries have been workng ovcr-tim- o lium Is ono of Its products, and, after tryng to modernize the heathen Eoveral transmutations, It apparently -. Chinese, they find that It can't be turns Into lead. Our forefathers beMoved firmly In the transmutation of over-nigh- t. Traits of barbaridone ty are constantly springing up and metals Into gold. Radium gives somo foundation for tho theory. At least this method of ono of tho elements originates by a closoly akin to tho famous hari-kaIs very common la somo parts of process of ovolutlon from other elements quite distinct in themselves. tho Orient, For example, when a man posses Whore this Is going to take us Is a away, his wlf o wil declare her Inten- problem indeed, and radium remains tion to kill hersetfo demonstrate the great puzzle of tho century. -- n her faithfulness to him. A high stngo Pathfinder. is then erected and relatives, friends Do Your Best. and acquaintances aro invited to witEvoryone should do all ho can to ness the heroic deed. When the appointed time comes, the widow as- provide for his family and in order cends the steps and hangs herself to do this ho niust keep his physiamid the admiration, approbation and cal system in tho best condition posapplause of tho assombled guests. sible. No 'one can reasonably- - hope Then n stono arch Is erected to her to do much whon ho Is half sick a memory and tho family Will be re- - good share ot tiro time. If you are narded as Ulustrous for possesslpg constituted, bilious or troubled with Indigestion get a package of Chamber- ich a devoted wife. ,J A similar custom prevailed in In-- j lalu's Tablets and follow tho plain dra, and the British almost bad to printed directions, and you will Boon .make war in order to stamp it out. bo feeling alright and ablo to do a m It was called "suttee." The widow day's work- was supposed to throw herself on the funeral pyre of her dead husband AFGHAN LEADER AVARS OX ENGLISH and perish at his side. Onoof the stories of Sinbad tho Sailor deals In an engagement in the northwestwith a case where the remaining spouse was cast into a pit with tho ern part of India a British regiment dead body, to be consumed by wild lost 26 killed and 24 wounded when however attacked by 300 Mashuds. Much Civilization animals. upon all such barbarous prac- fighting has occurred; in this area frowns against the tices and drives thorn out of exist-"eac- where the campaign Pathfinder. British is led byAbdur Razak, the -- Afghan chief, who has.for some time propaFor a Weak Stomach. been carrying on As a general rule all you need to do ganda. Tho Mfishud and Wazarl is to adopt a diet suited to your age tribesmen have lost heavily. and' occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you have eaten too much and when FOR FLETCHER'S constipated, take ono or unanjper- nv IWo'b Tablets. back-slde-to. X-rari !"e. anti-Briti- revenue vast Includes amourits of money, close ta a billion dollars, to come from the cases now It Is little Ehort of a crlmo to continue a statute of such wldo construction that a taxpayer cannot tell today how much back tax ho may bo required to pay, dependent upon the findings of a tax official. It has necessitated the of expensive accountants and legal advisers and is now the occasion of loss of the government of Its experts, who are being snught by managers to make out llielrtax bills. "It takes no great amount of acumen to see the deleterious effect upon business enterprise of such a statute. The varied Interpretation makes possible a wide range ot disAn expert crimination of operation. recently presented an example which bhowed that two businesses with tho .same amount of Income, vi.., 3150.- on the same 000 doing business amount ot capital, ono paid SiGVWftl tax, while the other paid $5.1,110, a discrimination which is qul'e common. This Is Indefeasible." About RhcumntlMU. People are learning that it is only a waste of time and money to fake "medicine internally for chronic arul muscular rheumatism, and about ninety-nin- e out of a hundred cases are one or the other ot the"se varieties. All that is really necessary to afford relief is to apply Chamberlain's" Liniment freely. Try It. It costs "but 35 cents per bottle. Largo size sixty cents. jn A SCATTERING SHOT. Tho veteran and the recruit had been sent out on patrol duty In No Man's Land with strict Instructions to get tho, sniper who had been wor rying the company all day. Finally the offending Boche was located among tho branches ot a tree. With the utmost coolness the missed. took careful aim, tiredand The recruit, with teeth 'chattering, wobbled his rifle to his shoulder, pulled the trigger, and the sniper1 fell to the ground dead. Disgustedly the old-tim- er MBBBHSPi A CASH 0FFE The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of ' $1.75 ih- - ft IMMIGRANT IS LABOR WEAD veteran of three enlistments watched "No wonder "you the performance. got him," he growled. "You aimed all over the tree." Argonaut. WEEK A FEATURE WITH MODERN TOWN DWELLERS CLEAN-U- P Washington, April 30. Forty years ago an Immigrant boy eight years old, from Tredegar, Walesr passed wistfully through the old immigration station at Castle Garden CANADA FOR. PROTECTION to the land of opportunity w.hlch was to accord him high public honors in Washington, April 30. Acknowllater life. edgement of the Canadian governRecently this boy, James J. Davis, ment that a protective tariff is es- now Secretary of Labor, stood among sentinl to national prosperity is made tho Immigrant throngs at the Ellis iy E. J. Davis, chairman of the Tariff Island station. He was making the Commission of Canada, a report of first of n series of Inspections in a which has Just been received here. genoral survey ot immigration staIn the headlines of this report ap-- j. tions on, the Atlantic and Pacific pears tho following rather unexpectcoasts, for tho purpose, he saidr of ed British doctrine; improving tho service "along "Tariff situation thoroughly dise n-sense lines." and cussed. Official records show that Secretary Davis was not long in thero is not one country in the.world putting tho heart sense idea into ef- today making any pretension to. infect. He severed the red tape which dustrial development that is without would have deported recently a wid- - a protective tariff. Where Canada ow and her tour little children and stands in tariff matters." a pretty Polish girl of nineteen years. The report states further: He ordered that an appealing Spanish "Every resident of the United stowaway, clad in rags and wearing Kingdom jiaid, a customs tariff taxi broken shoes, from which bis bare on the average of about $1C last feet protruded, bo outfitted. year. In Canada last year the avThe "common sense" Secretary erage per capita tariff tax, including in recommending sev the war tariff, now removed, was eral changes which he believed would about $23, or, without the war tariff better conditions at Ellis Island, al about $19,50. Yet some people dethough he caid he found "much to scribe Great Britain as a e praise and little to condemn, in spite country and Canada as a of complaints made In the past." The country." -commoheart-sensDavis-displaye- The Cqmmercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive 1 many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and tr w seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send 'in your subscription now. Don't delay. f camp, hodeclared, the invoice caRc2 lor 72,00(5- - automobiles while cnly 34,000 were found, and at aaoinf" camp one American officer alone toc&, away 14500 automobiles. The Frauds officers themselves have heart ac-- -, cus'ed of wasting much of the iebs. terlal, allowing it to spoil c lts stolen one paper even prodH.cie; photographs In proof Bill' Is going to retire from "Oh, I'vo hcar'd him say fore." x "Yes, but this time the judge it." London Opinion, 1F-n'e- ss for five years." f tfit BesEJ r A. , Telephoned i ". Tfc. d free-trad- high-tari- ff m Ohilctren Cry CASTOR' A FACTS ABOUT ItADIUM. - FORBID TEACHERS TO DANCE A reouest of the teachers of Mor eantown. W. Va.. to the board of odu cation to rescind an order barring "dancing among the teachers was turned down by that body. The board also refused to sot aside tho mnllai- - rftVArHRfl. Ttlflum iS ft Question of the ethics of the dance and deal with It only as It concerns Bubstance which emits light and he and electricity continuously without tno einciency or me teacner, reiterany apparent source of supply. It ating their former decision. The discovery ot radium by Mine. Mario S. Curie upset all scientific honrips of matter and force. Almost the whole subject of chemistry had, to ho changed about and the hlthi erto existing Idea ot the constitution T. Improvements which Secretary Davis favors aro ronovatlon, where it is CUBAN ELECTION required; the establishment ot a FINALLY SETTLED department, and a plan The spring clean-u- p time, now a regular annual, feature ot town and city whereby radicals will not be sent to In a statement made pubJc by the life, can not be observed on farms In Ellis Island until the eve. of their de- American minister to Cuba t was anthe samo season because of more portation. nounced that Dr. Alfredo Zayas was pressing work. Efforts' are. made elected president pt that republc last constantly, therefore, to encourage MUST PAY FOR GERMAN WIVES. November.!!- - was the conservative-popula- r Gen. picking up the odds and ends about candidate. coalition the farms in the slack time between t Amencuu suiuiora on mo nuiue Joso Miguel Gomez, the other claimfall planting and eartar, spring. In who want to marry German fraulins ant, after a yislt tp Washington, many towns, howeveV--- . the homo must first put up ?80 for expenses, that he wpuld not contest demonstration agents" give their or- according to a new ruling of the mil- the election, preferring to retire to ganizing abiUtjto: furthering such itary authorities. Ot this sum $00 private, life rather than endanger the is required pp get the soldier's wife safety ot Cuba by exposing It to Amwork in the eijfly weeka ot spring. Spokane, Wash., a campaign into the United States as an immi- erican intervention. In called the "Alley and Back.Yara grant, andr$30 must be furnished for Beautiful." began In 1919 to extend her subsistence on the way. When SAY AMERICANS ROBBED FRENCH thru five' years. This work was in- a soldier marries he la Immediately itiated and guided by tbe city home shipped home, ) feeling has been Considerable demonstration agent, whose reports "What did Hogan say when Kelly shown In France with reference tp show excellent progress. Newspapers give constant publicity to the work, callod him, a liar?" the American war stocks sold to the In the house of "Nothln' much." urging the repairing of screens, winFrench government. and, the "That's tunny, Hogan used to be deputies one member asserted that dows, and outbuildings, guy." American officers practically pillaged flowers. In 1920 In the city ot Spo- a "Well, he .never said a word ex- the camps before turning over the kano, more than 8,000 grape cuttings planting ot shrubbery, trees, and I cept 'Have'Vo bad enough yet?" property to French officers. In one ng aaaaaaaaaaaaaH aaaaaH 5.Mf '. ' i ... No Need to Wait u I haae telephones and: plies in stock, Make atafe cialty of repair? work. "HI-yoneed irr Bracka!. Pins, Spools,' Jniulaforsj, 1.sulated Wjre, Lightning-Aresters, Swphes, or any pant for a telephone, call, vrasrJu? or phone rne. A few seemffi hand 'phones in stock. Mus . tual phona To. 1. r . W. G. MuffeiE Beaver DamJCy,. . ' .I'.V", A (The oven moro clearly proven In tho ad BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Q ' ministration of tho criminal than of "We." tho civil law. When they entered (By I ' D CInlro.) The' Courier Journal strongly de- upon the present term of office the Ed(tor T,nB,oy Published Weekly by district was at llcted .and had bcejU re8POnsIb,t. .mmcdlatd or re- PRINTING COMPANY nounces tho Knox resolution declarHARTFORD many years, whii uoouckkiuk, or nn.i of .. d.r-- et ing tho war with Germany at nn end. lor Incorporated open gambling and. In the largest Cty - tho War with Would that paper havea segregated district or "'""""V Germany go on forever as a sort of of the district, nont. I . hereby declare that I hao W. S. TINSLEY, Editor stub- tolerated prostitution. Long before to the perpetual monument effective! ritten. clipped or purlo ne every. nnd Binlncswi Mnmigcr. Wilson,. national prohibition became bornness of thing appearing on pages one, tour Illicit sales of liquor In tho district ve and eight of h s Issue of thol to- law at the Entered 'according been broken up In many quarters , I A name on tho lips of tho world had ii And for anything occur- - 1 Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as. uall ' Ttfl nti,orfl- -, publican. i ,..i i.n,i ... 9i llV i ( two short years ago Is now scarcely """ V thornln I will answer, from a Batter ot tho second class. " puncn " "' , whispered, and tho most amazing am- gambling rrom tne crossroads t0 a " J1' So' thcreI to bition In American history Is hope- board to tho elegantly furnished pub- - j communications Address nil games of chance, had nro lessly thwnrted. A mnn who aspired He house of ml.lllfclin Tho Hartford Republican. .. been broken up, and for the first1 ",;" "' a super-nntlo- n Only last to wear tho tiara of . ... .,.,.. . sometimes embarrassing. hns nono to do him honor. All of NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS had sue an proprietor of a gambling house had -edesiring the paper sent which demonstrates that greatness Subscribers been senuto the penitentiary, and tho ""'" to a new nddres must give tho old Llles In things done, and not In tho ac houses of open prostitution finally recall that about a year ag I iddress In making tho requost. cidents of place ami time, .following an old Hobre I Permanently closed. Locals and Notices 10c Business " rtz0" b,oct ' per line, nnd 8aper line for each In view of this record, which In the matter of roads our people Insertion. """xv """'" " l" Allinrl CnX. '" B"""u mv nl.1 frlnnil "" 1"" heavily on Frank known to tho people of the district Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards should not lean too Inn l.l.i. fni Cc for Thanks, le per word, nnd money fort and' Washington. This, JIKO who havo had occasion to observe. Well, last week" somebody yelled ot each head lino and sighautro, many other counties in tho Common- tho operation ot tho circuit court, "Hey there!" across the street to mo n iili.1nKi nt A.'filnAitHi Tii.Iha Olortl In advance. is' too poor to build an Ideal mo starting across Church Notices for services freo, wealth, ' ani1 ntho Commonwealth's Attorney Smith but other advertisements, lo per system of public highways thruout andclearly apparent. terror when I n to meet me. Imaglne-mIB IT" it&livtitl liLfTVrX "s. tho county. Tho sensible thing to do Is thought It was this samo old Junk will Anonymous communications Is to recognize our limitations ror dealer, who had possibly Identified recolvo no attention. STEADY'! BOYS, STEADY! road bulldlnci and direct such agen both Albert nnd mo. proparlng to best possible cies as we havo to tho Advanced by ago to the position take a Just vengeance. Did I run? No TELEPHONES purpose. Drainage and dragging nre a patriarch'of Ohio county politics I flow. Three days In succession was 59 Farmers Mutual within o,ur reach. Lot us mako tho ot and I repeated, 123 to a this experience and entitled by Cumberland best of theso while wo wait for state a sigh of relief when I was claim of impartiality I shall assume breathed and federal help. to offer a bit of salutary advice to safely aboard my train for Hartford. MAY F1UDAY lmnglne my .surprlso when I 8 Gqneral Charles I. Daw- tho all too numerous contestants for Then u Attorney the nominations for the various coun- landed at Beaver Dam upon discov- 6.J son is rapidly winnning his way to ering Albert alighting also, and his ANNOUNCEMENTS nubile attention by his excellent per ty offices. purposes . of this contest' asking mo why I ran from him in For complete expression of individuality in dress, formance of his official duties, asJ For tho pleasing personality. the 1200 Republican majority of last Louisville. to a greater well as by his 1 women are today turning to home-sewin- g For Connty nnd District November should be lost sight of. A Offices. As a lawyer he Is capable, as an' ofI experienced a glaring and flaRepublican majority of 40,000 In extent than ever. ficer honest, fearless and industrious, grant incident of human Ingrntltude 4o announce and as a man affable and agreeahle. 1919 was more than wiped out in Wo aro authorized makes The dress economy which home-sewin- g Kentucky tho following year. Petty when i arrived In Hartford Saturday s, The Republican nomination for gover tho candidacy of the following divisions lost the Republicans nn of- afternoon. Battle Nail, whoso name subject to tho action of the Re- nor two years hence will go. to that possible will appeal to every woman to whom thrift county six1 years ago when I have made a household word where publican party In the primary election leader who app.irs best fitted to win fice in this county by more ever the Republican Is read; Battle is an incentive. We are noWshowing a wide and va August C, 1921: at the polls and best equlppjJ 10 dis- Morrow carried the high office. than 700. Party lines hang more Nail, notorious If not famous, known charge the luties of that ried line of LaPorte Dress Fabrics for all kinds of loosely than formerly. The people If not roverred, because of tho reams " For Representative. General Dawson may be that man about him, refused to are demanding a hearing and they I have written Sprinir and Summer garments. If you are now plan IRA JONES Arnold. speak to me ushe passed by. I have read with much Interest In will be heard. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. ning a new suit, dress or f rofik forlSpring, you should Numerous candidates, especially last week's Issue of this paper the I like the "Lily Pond" Just across where the vote is widely distributed, come in and look over the splendid fabrics we have in For Circuit Clerk: editor's comment upon tho charge by are always a party liability. Note the street from tho Republican ofFRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. pessimistic ministers that the stock. present Republican officials in fice; like it because the Idea was coneducation was undermining the V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllc. d Democratic counties like ceived by the ladles. Whatever the stateBeaver Dam. O. N. STEWART orthodox faith. The editor's ladies do is right because the ladles Daviess, Hopkins and some others. ment is a sTrong one and well worth 1 regret to seo so many men, all of did it, but if I were Tins, and for sugFor County Judge: a careful study. However, It good men, aspiring for two or many reasons I am glad I nm not. gests to me a question of drawing them MACK COOK Hartford. three . of the Drlnclnal. . offices. .. But I would write to the department of WINSON SMITH Select. . . .... ...-- 1 . distinction between conflicting views eacn nas an equal rigni wiiu nu ine mosqultology at Washington for th.e W. S. DEAN Dundee. of faith. It Is true that a very large to voice his aspirations, and latest, safest and surest means ot It. R. WEDDING Hartford. number of the best trained scientific othersmay justly questio'n that privi- eradicating "Skeeters" from a ladies' none ? thinkers do not accept as orthodox lege.' This condition existing, the "Lily Pond." many of the conclusions enunciated For County Attorney. The only sure and open r.oad to success religionists. OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. professional by " In Noyniljer Is for each candidate to I told Duke, late Monday afternoon, .UMIWH true scientist sees God In a rule of recognize in a sensible and a manly my pride was Immeasurably that For Sheriff. law rather than In a multitude of spe- way . that he is taking a chance In n pleased at the great number of my old GEORGE P. JONES Beda. cial acts. Within his field of experl-ne- lottery In which there is but friends who had come in during the day, and said he was tarnation glad n touch of unhealthy color, but noHartford. G. A. RALPH research he sees everywhere a. and single prize, and Inake drb his mind day to shake hands .ytth me, inquire this paper was going to bo edited one real .danfhg'o. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. fixed and unbroken law. He leaves tho Grasses arc healthy but backward, to accepf the result If he loses as he after my health and that of my rela week by a fellow who could tell the In the CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. mercy of God to operation The weather, discouraging as it has would expect his opponents to have tives, including my nephews and truth. eviCARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. spiritual world, but discovers no been to most farm operations, nan accepted it had they won. nelces, and tell mo how good I was CICERO CROWD'eR Select. dence of it In the physical universe. Observing the stoutness of Barrett beon very farornblo to newly sown Each candidate has a just right to looking. I told him by actual count T. H. BLACK Hartfordr fHe sees that storm and pestilence.' and not I had had fifty-on- e visitors. Duke and the sllmness of Fogle. It Is pretty meadows, which' now want only a. Ceutcrtown. the plague - strike down alike the proclaim his own merits but does MALEN D. HEFLIN to mako a flap sunshlno have a just right to declaro the de- gave me tho horselaugh with the re- plain who docs most of tho Work normal evil and the good. To him a God of growth. merits' of h.is opponent, which the op- mark, "Yes, and torty-clgof them down at the Herald office. For County Clerk;. universal order and law is more to position may echo to the detriment Pooohos and tho smaller frulti were candidates." ROY H. FOREMAN W?st Beaver be honored than a God whose action I first came down I couldn't cept blackberries, offor life promise of the party if such opponent should Dam. may not be confidently foretold, and bo nominated. If Ohio county candidates over- sleep the town was so darned quiet, to the canning housewives, hut a fair 1SOM .MITCHELL Bellas Run. may he not, after all, have his day I have no right to assume, nor do I look electioneering with the other but I have solved the problem by crop of apples Is in prospect unloss SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob" Roy. In court? ll believe, that- - any of these aspirants candidates they may neglect a deter- giving tho houscboy a quarter to because ot tho cold weather they MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. a hnnd truck up and down tho maturely drop fnm tho treea. Blackwill make other than aalr and clean mining factor in the primary. SLACK AND SMITH J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. ball every night until I get to sleep, berry blooms aio as numerous as the campaign, but I would urge upon each E. G. BARRASS Hartford. The voters of the district should of them that tho voters hold, party sand of tho I'm shore und. with tho good a friend to me, Fluke Is too M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. Circuit Judge R. W. Slack success above the personal fortunes nnd knows too much on me, for The good womenfolks should give J scendlng r'ico o' nuc.ir, all tho JAMES A. TATE Hartford. and Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. of any of Its members, and It will mo to refuso any favor he may ask. me just credit for one Issue ot tho jam Jars can bo filled. M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. Smith for another term. They should stand them instead to keep this fact but in leaving Louisville for a week Republican that does not knock on not as a personal fa constantly In mind. be j MOTHERS' DAY OBSERVED or ten days 1 am losing a lot of the the styles of their clothes. For Jailer: vor to themselves as individuals or ' It Is a pleasure to assume that each daylight saving which went liito ef Tho annual observance of Moth- CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. because It Is the established custom Tuesday was my birthday nnd tho ors. Day was fittingly observed b of these candidates will mako a clean fect Sunday morning. Hartford. WORTH TICHENOR to glvo-- a vote of confidence .to pub- and honorable canvass, but in the nnlv nrosent I havo received sn fnr .u- - ,.., .... , IIIU 1UUICH Ul .u. YUllUlin iin.tfnrd II1U JOHN T. KING Hartford. lic 'officials who havo properly con- event any of them should make unwas a box ot candy from a Louisville churches, whq met with tho Ladles "Read that," remarked J. I. GoodSunnydale. S. A. LEE ducted their offices, but because of just or unfair attacks on his oppoHart-- . man to me Sunday afternoon, at the lady. I'm not afraid to sayjhls, for Ad Society. ot tne Methodist church, BARNETT L. TINSLEY . their demonstrated ability to rightly nents it is clearly the duty of the same time handing mo a newspaper the Madam knows who-o- f I 'speak .Mommy atternoon. D. No. 5. ford R. F. and justly "perform the functions of voters to withhold their support from Notwithstanding tho unfavorable and Indicating an Indianapolis dls? JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, thes'e offices. I gratefully appreciate the visits of condition of tho weather the attendsuch a candidate as a proper punish- patch. It was a report of a six Route 1. r During their present term of office ment for such conduct. The man who McHenry months old fcaby being drowned in a number of ladles to this office this ance was gratlfylngly largo, and O NATHANIEL''HUDSON civil Justice has been administered in makes the fairest and most honorable an eight gallon jar containing only a week. Duke said moro of them uvu iiuurusi in mo lueuwiB """ '""" ., a satisfactory and expeditious man- campaign Is the mojt worthy of supwould have'f dr6pped In had they tfe3tod by those present., A gallon of water. For ,Tnx Commissioner ner. The dockets ot the courts of port and will make the most satisfacknown Fluke was away. I'm sorry. Tlm fnllnwlns- nrnernm was, ob- Incident" I commented. Hartford, Route 3. "Strange D. E. WARD ' . u the counties of the district, long bur- tory official. l . served: Fordsvllle. "That's not it," said J. I. ."See they didn't knovj-ltBOY dened with an accumulation of am led to make these' observa- how It illustrates the danger of the I Song, Blest Bo The Tie That Binds been tions because I havo noted many Inlitigation, have LOCAL CROP CONDITION Foi Magistrate, Congregation uso of water. Had that been a galbrought up to date and kept up to stances In the state where an unusuyfrtatrfct No. 1) Scriptural Reading Mrs. C. ( A for lon ot whiskey, wine or beer the Jar litigants have not been date, and ally large number of candidates Weather conditions have been ex- Barnett. would have beep covered up and a Hartford Route 2. J,. P. McCOY with trouble and costs because same office has resulted In disas"A I tremely unfavorable for farm operaPrayer Rev. T. F. Frazler. J. A. BOlhNG Upper East Hart-lor- of numerous reversals resulting tho to the dominant party lu the final life would havo been saved." "' t ter progress with farm tions and slow noli Call. In retrials. Judge Slack has not only election, and I thought a little warn' Song Mrs. O. C. Martin. Squire Ben Rice said he- would work la being made. (District No. 2.) as a lawyer ing could do no harm, and I hope demonstrated his fitness T. Considerable breaking has been The Dearest Word Mrs r. C. KNOTTrCen'tertqwn. have been a candidate for something ) to preside over the circuit court, but It may do some good. U FELIX SILyER Corplvo. ' he did no; know what, but Tlnsley done between wet spells, and a small Griffin. r-has shown an industry and a fairness The Song of the Women Mrs told him he could not possibly 'spare per cent of the hill crop has ben (Diflfc$.No3) ' of spirit that commands the confi- NEW DISEASE HITS anTAYLW, Cdol Springs.' nu luvuruuiu weuiu- - it. I'lrilC 1 piuiuti iu tutu. N. M. TOBACCO PLANTS anymore .space , for. candidate 'respect of everybody famidence and er County Agent McCrackin believes Song Misses Stevenson and Pirtlo. nouncements. O. B. SCOTT Prontlss. liar with the conduct ot the'eourt. ' Q. B. BROWNrImmons. the corn crop can be planted during Story Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. Lexington, Ky. April a no less enMr. Smith has made I am not taking any sides between the present month, The extremely Poem: Lest- - Wo Forget Mrs. M. L. (District No- - 4.) viable record as commonwealth's at- damage to seed beds In all tobacco candidates, but kI can't low price ot farm products is having a McCracken. , J. W. CHEEKf-TABMn- s. torney. In the prosecution of law- growing sections of the country Is the numerous (District No. 6.) help leaning Just a loetlo toward discouraging effect on the farmers , Poor Old Dad Mrs. Frazier. breakers he has been just, and fair, threatened by a new disease known In the matter of planting a large acre Song Lola Geneva Black. j; A. EDGE Dundee. deter- as "tho tobacco blue mold" which has Worth TIchenor for jailor since he firm and R. 6. but at the same time pipe and a box' ot age ot corn and other crops. Tho program was pleasingly ren- BUEL MIDKIFS-Iartfor- d, of his duty Just recently made Its appearance in gave me a cob per cent dered to the enjoyment ot all Only about seventy-flv- o Springs. mined in the performance MARTINr-Sulph- ur day. MACK matches the other under his oath ot office. The law t.a TTnltwl Rtntna. nccnrdlnc to a the normal quantity of tobacco 'ent after which refreshments were (DIstfclt'No. 7.) Val-lea- u. unwisely fixes the remuneration ot warning received by Dr. W. D. The Hartford Herald had a mention seed has been sown, Mr. McCrackin ' served. J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. the commonwealth's attorney at a Dlant pathologist ot the Ken my week's stay In the city. I reports, ana insects are playing havoc i J.N. LOGSDON Rosine. percentage of fines and forfeitures tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta of 18 YOUIt LIFE INSURED? thought about reproducing it, but with tho young plants as they emerge salary tion, Lexington. ot a determinate Instead .. 1 U t n Oil I A fl Cft Tlnne could not exactly decide whether It from the ground. However, the old ' As yet tho disease has not made Its Boys, bo patient. At least a sharo which, tp a weak officer, might Insaying Is a true one that there is nov - you now carry provide adequate pro- asklibel. a ot tho postotflces are coming" your cline him to encourage fines rather appearance In Kentucky, Dr. Valleau wasDoc compliment or athought Iabout er a' failure of tobacco crop on ac- - tectlon to thoso dependent upon you? Riley wbat,he that all ed way;, but don't expect too much be- than nenttentlary sentences, and a stated, but he has asked I . .nn,. H.i .... . v...M uA -.. w. j......M. vwm... w. HVH.V.. he advised' mo to consult a pnnnt nf n apnrrttv nf nlnnta wui IIIU MUD u uuuur UX1U boil, valtlA. fore September. Th,o congressional number of criminals who are now or farmers take precautions and report it and beforo taking any action on The. wheat crop is reported tho if you rcallzo your responsibility to lawyer program must be gotten out ot the havo served penitentiary sentences symptoms of trouble In their plant most promising In recent years, but your family you will insure yourMlf matter. tray beforo the pie slicing. under his prosecution will confirm beds to tho Experiment Station. Tho the with an acreage scarcely abovo fifty for what It Is worth. Seo CAL Pv the statement that Mr. Smjth has de- disease first made Its appearance In This old town Isn't what It used to por cent ot tho normal. There was KEOWN and Insure In the State Mu- county, Fla., and within a --" )n editing this slnglo. Issue of the clined hundreds ot' dollars In fines Godson bo, and It looks to me like, tho women no winter killing ot wheat and the tual of Worchester, Mass., an old and Republican wbllo Editor TInsloy Is frqm which hewould personally pro- Bhort time had Infected practically were going to finally take It. stand Is nlmost a perfect one. The reliable Company. , cigar wrapper tobacco area off fishing I shall use thto pronoun fit, to becuro their convictions with all of the persistent cold rains of the pas three I CAL P. KEOWN, . district causIn tho Florida-Georgcustomary "we." , a stale prison sentence. "I" Instead bt the Hartford, Ky. Fonza Midkiffwas in town Mon- - weeks havo given wheat on wet lands The excellence; ot theso officers is ing heavy losses. Oaly kings, and editors in active com- - Hartford Republican mission may proporly uso tho authorl-tlv- o "... .n..i i ,.. ' ...... X$z oStfl Pj'h!J " f ,,,,, k J N " Is'jk f fei '- 1 " y citl-een- ' rock-ribbe- 1 Carson (EL Hartford, Kentucky. Co, n nt - , ht f en pro-ro- T ct t . ,... ' ..w. . - long-lingeri- ng har-rass- d. - 1 . 1 u-- ,- ia - ' ,v attended circuit court Mr Lon Whlto of Horso liranch, Mr Ira Ilcan returned Monday lions Monday. from Louisville. 'n I Iv . LOST Wednesday, small silver pin, Mr. John Cook, of Crofton-- , Kenwith 'Washington D. C soal In cen- tucky, has accepted tho position of ter, reward If roturnod to this office. assistant agent at tho local depot. Seo us foV nil kinds of gra$i r.nd flold seeds. Quality f.rit W. B. ELLIS & BRO. 1 y PI'mPj VWfWI I i a Hosiery Service that t Fail to Appreciate You-Canno- Misses Beatrice and Virginia Loach vlsitod friends In Central City Satur Mr William Moore wns married to ( day and Sunday, Miss Majorio Foertmeyer at Bellevuo, Ky , April 27. Mr. Moore Is a son Miss Gorln Flener, Instructor In of Mr. Ed P. Moore, and was reared tho Uca'ver Dam high school, wns a In Hartford. . J visitor In Hartford Saturday and Sunday. An election for three trustees of tho Hartford school will bo held SatMr. Olydo Landers of Hnrrlsburg, urday. This mater should be glvni Arkansas, la visiting hia grandmother attention by tho voters, men and .Mrs. It. R. 'Wedding and Mr. Wed women, and especially by the patrons ding. of tho .school. girl, name Apne. Mrs. Goodln daughter of Capt. S. K. Cox. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Good-l- n, May 1st at Charleston, Mo., a Is P4B a Jl I t Clean Heat's the Thing? The first thing, one looks for in a stoves The three million users have found that the NEW PERFECTION gives just the right heat for every kind of cooking clean, steady, dependable heat. The New Perfection Oil Cook Stove with ife many exclusive advantages and construction features offers to all household cooking problems. New Perfection cooks know they can make anything from doughnuts tcrthe most delicate sponge cake on the New Perfection. Each burner is almost a cnofe stove in itself. You can keep the tea kettle simmc-rmgVith the low flame. On another burner use the medium flame an flame for most ordinary cooking purposes. And for fast cnnR?there's the high flame with the clean white tips, ica the hottest. At any flame-speethe New PerfectfcaE is the same steady and dependable. Once set- - titer name stays put. And it's always visible through the the-solution r 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 It is a fine thing to feel that the hosiery, J PI The Mckcr's Mark of Identification on Cooper's-Benning-t- U t - t- - 7n j -- . t Dr. J. A. Duff of Dundee, will go Ky. " 44tf2 to Boston, Massachusetts, the first of Whether it is new hose for the "Baby of the HARTFORD, KY. , Housc.sturdy, rollicking boys and girls, or the next month to take a postgraduate Mr. II. K. Bean of Narrows, Is at Spring Needle "grown-ups- " of the family, there is a suitable course in Physical Diagnosis. the home of his sister, Mrs. J. H. style, grade.or quality in ALLEN A Black Cat Underwear Hosiery to be had here at all times. Thomas, in Louisville, where he is for Men and Boys Mr. Lon Tweddell and wlfo of Hill- being treated, by a specialist for The finest silk and sport wool hosiery of the and on Mibs Grace Stewart spent Sunday., ed to assist if the Agent wouIcTIiraiGre' side, Muhlenberg county, returned some .disease of the nose and ear. His present ogue, as well as the more inexpensive Black Cat Hosiery styles in cotton and mercerized lisle hose are homo Monday, after a visit with rela- condition is considered serious if not and Monday with her brother, Mr fi. the Station at Lexington to. do. capfor Men, Women splendidly represented. Come in and let us show J Stewart, at Island. tives at Nocreek and Hartford. tain things. So wo have? cam&re5! critical. you what our hociery service really means to you. .and Children forces, and with the able assisisxBE Hon. I. S Mason, of Buford, was of Mrs. Octavia Evans, tire IKusass Mrs. Burgess Fentress, of Union-towMr. Winson Smith, of Select, has was a guest Thursday and Fri- still in his possessoln the table linen in jown Monday. Out of coushterj-tlo- n Demonstration Agent of Bsxiesst of Mr. Mason's exceptional re County, the following rougfi eKhbsb day of last week, of her brother, Mr. used on the table at his wedding supLouis Fulkersgn, and Irs. Fulkerson. per, which occurred thirty years ago. cord aUthe laBt term of the legisla- have been laid out. The girls who havo Hems. (ic2ajc The cloth is in a good condition of ture, many of his friends are urging Mr. M. B. Barnard, who had been preservation, never having been used him to again enter (he race for mem- Home Economics work in thct Rsrt.-fo-rd bership in the Lov.'or House. visiting friends In thqcounty for sev High School have volunteered &a since the wedding supper. act as instructors in certain elcxafiaj;-ta- ry oral days, returned to his home at Attorney Ernest Woodward of sewing and cooking worfc fir the Tom Nolen, Mississippi, Tuesday. PLANTS FOR. SALE, IX SEASON, Eearllana-Beefsteavarious communities in whla iixp" POSTPAID k Louisville, has been appointed assistTomato, It Is a notable fact that tho Sunday etc., 12 20c; 25 35c; ant general counsel for the Louis- live and they- - will give their ttoesua School attendance at some of the 50 60c; 100 $1.00. Sweet Potato, ville & Nashville railroad company, summer to Working through, pairs'?: IlartfofU Churches measurably falls Nancy Hall, 100 40c; 300 $1.00. at a substantial salary. Mr. Wood or Junior Clubs, composed; of Kic ward's new position will require his girls from 10 to 18 years old. vrfia hjEJ. qff with opening of. the fishing sea- E. M. MORTON, entire attention and ho will retire be regularly enrolled, accordtps la. Ua son. Centertown, Ky. Svt3t4 from general practice, after tho ter- plan of Extension Work'ns car-fc- s2 cat. The Hartford Republican FurnitureD. and Queensware. 42tf' Wrfte WILLIAMS & SONS. J. Mr. Albert Cox of Sunnydale, was mination of suits In whlcTThe is now by the County Agent. Any oifear the FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO., for price on Two-roCorn in Louisville a few days last u'eek, to engaged as counsel. Oho county peo- woman who desires to receive any T Friday, Mr. B. B. Martin, of Cromwell, Planters, and Cultivators, wo have attend the a'uetion sale of the Camp ple will feel a just pride in this this work, or who is interested On, v... juvi will mo'Ce his family hero Monday. lower prices and we can save you Taylor property. Mr. Cox saltf'the splendid advancement of one of its seeing what is being done, is- daztlAsr money. lots were sold by-- number Jn such a former citizens. welcome to meet with thesa irfs PERSONAL NEWS way that he could not be sure of just tc and will be considered as a Mr I'err Bonder, of C in.ility was, AND SOCIAL EVENTS a guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Smith MY SINCERE THANKS A. M. Barnett and V. T. Rilej of what he was bidding on, and he did tor. ' Remember all this is wlUiuasl as. Wednesday. HaTtford, and Pearl Sandefur, of not take a chance. May I take the privilege of 'ex cent of charge It is a regular part: Mr. Her.nan Decker, of nockport, Beaver Dam, were In Owensboro the pressing my sincere gratitude to the t the Cooperative Extentlon rerlfcr was In town Wednesday. good for seed, first of the week, doing jury service Public Sale Every Second and good people of Hartford and visitors tn University of Kentucky ani U?t FOR SAL1--Corin federal court. Fourth Saturday in each month, we from the country, for their pleasing U. S. Department of Agriculture. Tfaer Seo P. S. LASHBIIOOK, will hold a Public Sale at the Court- greetings and friendly attentions giv- instructors wlllbe assisted br BUss Boaver Dam, Ky. Mr., Harry May visited friends at 4G2tp Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wallace of Hull house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring en me during this week of my stay in Moore and Miss Marks, and the mrclz Utlca, tho first of tho week. Attorney I. L. Ileavrln was engag- Texas, are visiting relatives and old in anything you Jiave to sell and we town. These have "heen of such an will for the present be alonK'feses agreeable character that I shall feel laid out. by Mrs. Evans, as this Gaxaar-t- y Mr. R, B. Martin, of Cromwell, was ed in pract.ce In the Davlesi circuit neighbors in tho county. They will will find you a buyer. PARKS & YEISER, return to their home about the mid has no Woman Agent. Court sev.rsl days last week. in town the first of the week. reluctant to leave, as I must do early Hartford, Ky. dle of tho month. Tho plan is or the work fa aCart I next week. A man who has lived to Mrs. J. R. Pirtlo and daughter, middle life in one community may go simultaneously at No Creek Druggist Henry Leach and Mr. CeThe will of Louis Haden, deceased, out in the world and make new Chapman, Sunnydalo and VQGs&Hy Ebtrajcd Black holstoln milch In Owensboro Mon Amelia, were guests of relatives in cil Tlchenor were cow, 0 years old, short horns, one of Rockport, was probated in county friends there are good people every- one or two other points. Owensboro" Friday and Saturday. Jay. If you are interested send fa ibsit-nam- e slightly disfigured- - Return to or court Monday. The decedent willed where but he will never again form and address to tho CtxmHs Mrs. Sarah Ellen Boswcll of Nar- notify VIO HOOKER, McIIenry, Ky., all of his property to his wife7 Mol-1- the strong and agreeable' attachHighest Cash Pries paid for eggs Hqden, with direction that she ments for any other people that he Agent or to Miss Moore at HtfrtEsL. rows, Is In Louisville, taking Ex-ra- y 44t2p and receive reward. and paultry. should qualify as executrix ot the es- feels toward the friends and neigh and we will bo glad to give jmst aJC treatment for some trouble on her W. E. ELLIS & BRO. d glasses tate, and tha no bond or inventory bors of his early life. My employ - tne information possible, and aadia; face. LOST Pair, in case containing owner's name. ot the property should be required. ment will probably' preclude my mak In forminir such a. Club in vaur-ricfe-t Mrs. J. A. Bennett is spending the ' i... Attornoys John Rone- - of Centor- - Left in desk in school auditorium, Iuk so extended a visit to the "Old.?daughter, Mrs. L, F. week with her .-.. . town, and Baker Rhoads of Beaver night of P. T. A. entertainment. ReMr. Glover H. Cary of I'alhoun, Home Town" for some years to come, or mo oeneijL oi tno men. Ward, of Nocreek. Dam, are attending circuit court (his ward it returned to this office. candidate for the Democratic nomi- and this disappointing refaction but the Agent would lke to say that tkZrt, " nation for commonwealth's attorney, adds to the interest of my present is NOT-'- a means of "trying w." . Attorney Ernest Woodward of week. Mr isit. Out of my own experience may bunch of "Newspaper ReceipbsT' feed, Have you done your spring house was in Hartford Wednesday. Louisville, attended circuit court hero Mr, Nlc Scbapmire of Bloomineton, cleaning? We ha"e all tho Imple- Cary appears to be a very nice young I remark that it may be well enough is to get the wives and daughters do the first of the week. Illinois, returned home Tuesday, af ments with which to do it. Brooms, lawyer, and it nominated by party, for the young man reared In the darn those overalls and socks as2. We have field fence, rabbit, poultry ter visiting his father, Mr. Chris mops, soap and washing powders of lawyer, and if nominated by his par- country or country town to go out in sew. on those buttons wo have Bwa I all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ty, will put himself in line for the the world to seek a broader field for kicking about so long. (But dtrnTt 42tf Schapmiro. and barbed wire fence. race six years hence. his activities, but I would counsel tell the ladles that part ot lO W. E. ELLIS & BRO. M. L. MCCRACKEN,. Attorney X. D. Kirk and Mrs. Kirk Rev. H. C. Truman of Fordsvllle, A. . the man who has lived in one com were In Owensboro Monday, where was in town Monday. Rev. Truman Mr. PVP. Haskell, State Adjuster munity until well advanced in life to For a list of visitors to this office COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM' circuit court day gee tho candidate Mr. Kirk was representing a cllcyit in is a veteran ot the. Civil war and is for the National Union Fire Insuranco keep fast bis anchor to bis ancestral The Commencement exercfrei. oT somewhat advanced in age, but is Co., was in Hartford Saturday for the spoL Again expressing my thanks federal court. announcement column." still strong and active for a man of purpose of adjusting' the losses of W. for the friendly courtesies mentioned, Hartford high school will comnaasek . i Monday May 12, aqd the fallewn. P. MJdkitf, Lack Dabner and Gilbert I am Mr. John T. Moore of Louisville, his age. Cashier Owen Hunter, of" the Bank program for the occasion has boon arWright, , These men were paid in full Very truly yours, Harold, Holbrook came down Tuesday for to join a parof sHartford, and Mr. ranged. " ty of friends In a fishing trip to lowTho Democrats ot Kentucky will and the settlement was entirely satis J. H. THOMAS. were in Owensboro Monday. Monday Night Operetta meet at their respective voting places factory. If in need ot insurance, see er Rough river. mm , pupils. at 2:00 o'clock Satuiday afternoon S. L. King, Hartford, Ky SPECIAL FEATURE WORK Mr.,Tinsley'8 editorial substitute Tuesday Night Senior class- exer-cls- es. Mr. Estll Park, with the Miller for tho purpose of selecting precinct FOR OUR GIRLS AND WOMEN will spend Sunday revisiting glimpses Drug Company, at Central' City, was committeemen tor to serve for the Perry Crowder of Rosine and Calt of the moon at Central City? Wednesday Night Commence nutate a guest from Saturday until Monday, next four years. ifornia, was in town Monday. Mr. Your County Agent has had many Crowder has been in, California for requests for assistance in various address by Prof, J, L. Harmon. Mrs. D. E. Ward pf Nocreek, will of relatives here. International Cultivators It takes the past four years, and recently re- live and they will give their time this dent of the Bowling Green Michigan, leave Saturday tor Detroit, Miss Leila Glenn, teacher In tho: a man to operate other cultivators, turned for a visit at the old "Stamp-- i this County, ever since he has been University. to visit her daughter, Clarice. Thursday Night Freshman gfri Central City high school; spent tho 'but any eighth or ten year old child lng Ground." Perry has long been here and not being an expert along weok-en- d with her parents, Judge &ni can operate the International, one,o( the bestknown citizens ot the sewing' and cooking lines he has been declamatory contest, Subjects: Misses Ella and Virginia Wilson of county and his host ot Ohio county sorely tried at times as to how to "Laska has 6 'shovels and 2 disc hlllors. Mrs. J. S. Qlenn. v. . , .Kathryn W&U$jbv visiHorse Branch, were wook-en- d friends are' glad to seo his familiar answer some of the requests, and af- How the Old Horse Won tha has no equal. The price is right. tors with Miss Bessie-Morr- is. .Edyttt Ttostey Bet Mrs, Delmar Adams, formerly Miss 44t4 ' face again. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ter much loss of sleep finally took his troubles to Miss Mary Marks and The Skeleton in Armor of Utha Roswell, ot Narrows, but now . Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Schroader, Martyno SptxitHa County Purvey w clem Mo day of Mooro. The district conterenco ot the M. near Cook's Store, are the parents ot Louisville, was delivered cf a pro, AnabollOb Ford Me. was in town Tuesday mising baby girl, at the Jowlsh hos- E. church, South, is in session at Miss Moore is the Home Service .Jane girl, born Sunday. d of ft Corlnuo pital, last week. this week. Rev. T T. Frazler, Clem has been surveyor since the Secretary of the American Red Cross Iferve Riel pastor of the Hartford Methodist memory ot .nan runneth not to the of the Ohio County Chapter, and has The Prisoner ot Zondo Hercules and Delker Buggies. LocBrct, FCBH& contrary and nays while he Is not par- had some special training along tho Mfc E. W. Wilson and Miss Narcls-s- a church, delivered the opening ser& SONS, J. D. WILLIAMS A gold medal will be givem ftej Uptpn, both ot Echols, wort, mar- mon. Rev. II. S. Gillette of the Dun-de- o ticularly for reelection, lines of this sort ot work. Miss Marks S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam. 42tt ried at tho courthouse Wednesday afcircuit, James Davis ot Sunny-dal- e; it the boys put his name on the Is a teacher ot Home Economics and winner, by J. B. Tappan. ternoon. Judge Mack Cnk, in his E. II. Foster and W. J Bean of ticket as usual he will keep up with will be principal ot the High School, Sunday May 15 Baccalaurafa SumMrs. Lon White of Horse Branch, Baptist con- slmplo, brief and pleasing way, per- Hartford, arte attending the confer- the varying chitting of the magnetic here this coming year. They took mon, by Rev. Bruce Lyle, Nashvilfct, will aUend the Southern pule as '.lttely as possible ceremony. ence. pity on a ''Mere Man" and volunteer-- 1 Tenn. vention at Chattanooga, next week. formed the n, for men, women and children are maintained, with every consideration of our customers' demands, the year 'round. As a result of this policy pur size and style assortments can be depended Upon to satisfy any and every demand. Allen A Hosiery Judge A. S. Tanner, of Owensboro, PLANING MILL CO. They candidate for the Democratic nomiwill make you a close price on paint nation for circuit Judge, made an anthat will last. nouncement speech to a court-houfull of Republican candidates, MonMrs. John P. Taylor and little day afternoon. daughter left Saturday for Vlcks-burg, Mississippi, to attend her sisJames' S. C. White Leghorns the. ter, who is 111. egg machines. Flock headed by "Fdarrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00. Miss Mattle Bonner Barret, of Bar- per 15; $6.00 pbr 50; $10.00 per 100. rett's Ferry, is visiting her brother, MBS. O. & JAMES' Poultry Farm, Editor Lyman Barrett of the Herald, Centertown, Ky. and Mrs. Barrett. Maxlo Tenbrook, tho fine saddle Mr. Babe May, who had be.cn vis- and harness stallion will make the iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve season of 1921 at Hartford fair May, for a few days, returned, to grounds. Also the high breed Jack, Madlsonvllle Tuesday. Long Tom, will make the season of FORDS-VlLLE se -- For Honso Paint write ' j you-cas- t f all-bl- ue ' - ; d, ! f 1921 at the Fair grounds, Hartford) ACTON BROTHERS, -- . Jfykgz&&o, w - ra ' ' n, , Gau 1c shell-rimme- a - I v... zc. ' 1 ...,.,... Lew-'isbu- rg nine-poun- ??& 1, of doing woro ho to perform It In an THK FASCISTI AND COMMUNISTS FIGHT easier way. No worker is moro entitled to tho advantages of mechani All Italy Is seething In tho excite cal (lovlccs that will easo his labor solution at the or increase his comfort than he who nient of the clectorinl campaign and Purebred Sires. this uso Torsocs 100 Per Cent gallons to 50 supply of the fighting Is common In every city. Tho Tho township of Jackson, In Hardin rate of 1 and one half pounds of ar- produces the food 2 ' Jrascisu, or extreme nnuunnusis, uiu worlu. Is entirely free from gallons of water, plus County, Ohio, pasto or 1 pound of making war on tho socialists" and corn- grado and scrub sires. In notifying senate of lead Prompt and thorough cooling of munlsts, nnd sometimes go so far Department of Ag- powdered arsenate of lead, specialists tho United States necessary to reduce ns to attack radical labor organlza-losse- s to do thorough spraying riculture of this fact, Prof. John W. any. Palluro can not bo remedied by strawberries Is from decay In transit, nccord- - tlor.s Whllo tho government tries wt.irtint nt h Ohio Acricultural Ex at this time preserve a neutral attitude its sym treatments. tension Service, adds, "This Is tho subsequent spray should bo used lng to specialists of the United States to pathies are clearly'wlth tho Fasclstl. Department of Agriculture. Tho same township which has como to our first 3 to 4 weeks after- the blosAt Dologna 50 Fascist! nttneked attention that we feel satisfied Is 100 again 25, 8 to 9 the headquarters of tho socialists and Heeding Market Demands. on tho right side. No sires soms fall. About June per xent petals fall, a treatShippers of potatoes would profit drove them to tho roof. Tho police was considered purebred unless It weeks after tho and nn by heeding market demands andpre- - arrived and tried to persuado the proved that Its slro and dam ment of Dordeaux mixture could bo nrsenical should bo given. Dy this forences, say specialists of tho Bu- - Facl8tl to desist, but during" tho par- were registered." frac- reau of Markets, United States De Icy n socialist, fired and then both survey of sires Included tho tlmo growers will know what Tho ex tion of a crop to expect and how much partment of Agriculture. Dealers nnd Fasclstl nnd police returned tho flro nrlnrlnnl classes of llvo stock, to spray. consumers, they find, do not desire killing tho socialists' secrotnry and cept poultry, and was made for ad fruit they will have tho Growers, It is said, shauld bo cau- lmdlv cut. mashed, frosted or decny - : wounding others. At Mantnu vance credit by a student in tho col deceived by ed potatoes, orhoso damaged by Fasclstl burned tho labor hendquar-sunbur- n, The Burvey tioned against being agriculture. Icko of rs they call 'disappearance of tho and then marched through tho blight, dry rot, or an showed that tho township included what fall this cess of scab or second growth. Mar-- ! streets, after which they Invaded the on which were 21 pure- crop," after tho blossoms 105 farms, rams, 6 year. For a time nt this period, they kots frequently are overloaded, it is home of a socialist deputy and com bred boars 20 purebred T ntr1imn At give an appearance said, prices seriously affected, and .I.i.Im .lA.(n.n.1 It beef bulls, 3 purebred dai- say, tho trees will purebred No of having little or no prospect of a unnecessary lossea suffered by grow tho communists put up a fight on tho ry bulls, and 2 purebred stallions. Inspection of the trees but grade or scrub sires of any kind were crop. A close reveal the presence of ers because of tho shipment of such streets which lasted threo hours purhowever? may unsatisfactory stock. were routed by tho Fasclstl, who found in tho township. fruit. sued them to a clubhouso which was Fights have UUng Javcllo "Water" Ilinec captured and destroyed. After Fruit growers In the sections afalso occurred In Flume and other Cloth Thoroughly. Ventilators Prevent Hay From Heatasfected, by the recent freeze should ing in Unrns. Javcllo water, which can be made places. certain Immediately tho damage to Hay, especially alfalfa or clover, is at home, is a good bleaching ngent-tmay their orchards in order that they likely to suffer damage thru heating use in removing stains from white U. S. COUKT CliEAHS know what spraying will bo needed, DOCKET IN 150 MINUTES This can be prevented linen and cotton when more simple say pathologists of the United States in tho barn. hay Agriculture "Without by ventilation. To ventllato a of methods fall. Obstinate stains made Department of Owensboro, Ky. May 3 Tho sitby clear coffee and tea, fruits or Ink, United States Department this knowledge they may lose mon- barn the experts recommend tho for instance, will yield to an appli- ting of the United States District ey by falling to spray1 when there is Agriculture 12 to 15 cation of this useful liquid. Court here Monday consumed only enough of n crop left to warrant it, uso of lattice ventilators hours. Four cases should be applied on- two nnd ono-ha- lt square and as long as convenJavolle water or waste money by spraying when the inches ient. These ventilators, which look ly to uncolored cotton or linen ma- were disposed of. crop has been destroyed. James V. Farmer, a young married somewhat like elongated crates, aro terials, because it bleaches colors and mndo with corners consisting of 2 by rots silk or wool. In treating stains man, pleaded.gullty to robbing parcel-po- st Examine Muds In All Parts of Tree n packages at tho Union Station, 4 scantlings slatted together with nar with Javello water, stretch the The extent of tho damage must with where he was employed, and was over a bowl filled row boards 12 to 15 inches long. They first be ascertained, it is said. Of be braced to prevent Crushing. water and apply the Javelle water to. sentenced to a year and a day in the course, as the season advances and should The ventilators are laid In tho hay the stain with a medicine dropper. penitentiary. the buds develop it is easier for the 10 or 12 feet apart horizontally and Do not allow tho Javelle water to Thomas E. Ellis was fined $40 and grower to gauge the prospect for a on enough apart vertically so 'that remain In contact with the stain for William Robert Haddock $75 crop; but for some time immediate- far more than 8 more than one minute. Apply oxalic-- 1 charges of shipping spoiled eggs to fhn .HotnnPA will not be ly after the freeze it is necessary for at for-1feet after the hay has settled. acid solution to neutralize the Javelle Evansvllle, Ind. They, reside to make a careful and painstakhim Ky. orchard, in- Tho ends should come out to the edge water, and rinse by dipping the stain Henshaw, ing canvass of the whole Harrison Marshall was fined $50. of the hay so as to permit free pas in the bowl of water. specting each variety of fruit in Frank $50, the sage of air. This will permit the car - If allowed to remain too long In Lewis Hoffman twenty and In part of the tree to determine days Jail rying off or steam caused by evapor- contact with the fibers, Javello'water Slmms was given damage done. This is done by splitviolating" the prohibition laws. ccntors of which ation and will "preserve the hay and Tots oven linen and cotton materials, for ting the buds, the The ventila and it should, therefore, always be They reside ntProvIdence, Ky. nrevent overheating. will be blackened and the stems disJudge Evans Instructed the Jury to tors can be made of various sizes of neutralized with oxalic acid and the colored, if tho frost was fatal. and It strongly construct- fabric rinsed thoroughly to remove find It. M. Brooks of Providence not Peaches are reported to' have suf- material, all traces of the chemical. For very guilty on charges of having a still In ed will last many years. fered most over tho whole persistent stains the Javelle water his posesslon. The still resembled area, except in middle Pennseveral times, parts of an automobile. may have to Controlling Sorrel. in some sylvania and New Jersey and ms treatment for sheep sorrel, but should be neutralized with oxalic-A cood favored localities farther south Tpacher (teaching the alphabet to solution after each applicadamage done according to the United States Do acid Many reports of the the class) Now, Jacky, what .comes Agriculture .specialists, tion. as affecting tho possibility of crops partment of " .,,, onnMniutH nf thi. Is to anmy ground limestone 2 tons Prepare Javelle water as follows: after G? Jacky Whizz. Home Friend. pound of washing soda In hydrated lime lfc tons per Dissolve-department. If the freeze leaves 25 per acre, -; quicklime 1 ton per acre. The 1 quart of cold water. To this solufo 30 per cent of the peach buds un acre, or Heinrich Doctor, when my hand can be used to advantage tion aud 11 pound of ordinary bleachharmd, they say, there is a fair chnnco quicklime getswell again will I be able to play water and sprinkling ing powder (calcium hypochlorite.-of a crop if all., other conditions dur by slacking with . ma . -n7, fo.! Mm mixtnrn freclv over the sorrel Filter this liquid thru a piece of mus- tho violin? jng tne rest oi uuu" """"-,... m .. ,.Qt1 Tim- Hnnifl will inlure the leaves as lin to remove the sediment. Keep Doctor Certainly. ..... Eiven us jo vorauie. Heinrich Well, It would boa miracidity. Sor- - the clear liquid in tightly stopperbuds, they say. has been known well as help correct soil of the acle I never have played beforo In crop of fruit rel can bo destroyed by spraying with ed bottles n a dnrk place. ta make a working half myjlfe. sulphate of iron (cop In the northern portion of the a solution of to peras), 2 pounds to the gallon of wat Do Not Overlook Eggs To Mc Given frosted area growers are advised FLOUlt AT 1010 LEVEL not perman will .Small Child. continue spraying, where 10 per cent er. The treatment grass and will destroy the Eggs are especially usef'U food for of tho buds are alive, as the shortage ently Injure "Knoxvlllo, Tenn., May 2. A fur repeated as often as the sor young chlHrcn. The chlnf point to of the crop will probably result in weed If expense rel tries to send out new leaves. remember In isooiirlng them for ci.lt ther decline In tho price of flour on prices that will raako the the wholesale market today sent useful where sorrel oc- dron not be t that they x worth while. Farther south, how- Spraying Is orlces to the lowest level recorded patches In a good stand of or they are likely to cause ever, in regions where the blossoms curs -as 1916. .Today's quotation was will not ernss- and around rocks and lences. Indigestion, say food specialists In since were practically all killed ,lt $9.55 a barrel, representing a decline Is deadly to clovers and sulphate the United States Department of ho necessary to spray 'for fungous Iron of 20 cents. Wheat remained stationweeds, but is deto many broad-leave- d Everyone knows how the diseases and insect pests. The ary at $1.55. to animals or the soil. partment specialists caution, how- nnt inlurlous heat of cooking hardens tho egg, peach Sorrel can easily be destroyed by a and It is easy to understand why it ever, that in the past short LOSES 000,000 SUIT. crops. If possible, crops have sometimes proved erratic, short rotation of will be hard to ingest, tiowever, the rotation should be arranged so when eggs are cooked In the shell, due to Juno drop, curcullo, and Washington, May 2. A verdict of at dif pollination conditions. The that tho soil will be cultivated tho heat reaches the white before It $C00,000 against the Ford Motor favorable each year. crop may dwindle as tho season ad- ferent seasons of does the yolk, and thro is more dan- Company in Now York, and in favor becomes a failure. ger of the white being overcooKed of the Hotel Woodward Company, vances until it Chlckweed n Pest In Lawns than of the yolk. The best waysof will stand as a result of the supreme Tho situation with regard to apples The mbst successful method of serving eggs for children are poachover the frosted area, It Is said, is court'3 refusal today to review the combating common chlckweed in ed, soft boiled, or coddled tho they much moro complicated. Ben Davis, case. ' Tho hotel claimed the Ford specialists of the according to may bo scrambled for a change if Company had agreed to erect a build Staynian Wtnesap, Mammoth Black lawns, Department of Agricul- ono Is careful not to scorch the fat Twig, and most all tho summer ap- United States ing in New York city and lease to it ot tho blossoms killed ture, Is to rake out as much used nor to overcook the egg. ples have had their a certain part for 21 years. The verin the early practicable Many means havo been suggested dict carried a penalty of 6 per cent so completely as to leave no prospect weed asuslhfc garden fine-toot- h a Knrinir. cooking eggs in such a way that for the lease-perioaggregating more even of a reasonable fraction of a seriously retard the for will be cooked and tho than $2,000,000. crop, it is said. Many other varie- rake. This will Commercial fer- the yolks wed. mmwill not be overcooked. One ties, Including York Imperial, Rome growth ot the heavily applied Im- whites Poet The burglars havo beon In Beauty, and to a less extent the old tilizer should beraking and the lawn of the most satisfactory is by cod . Artist Yes, what happened? "Winesap, have a varying proportion mediately after dling, which is done as follows: Ala-- good lawn-gra- ss Poet Searched my room and then buds alive from 10 or 20 per liberally seeded with low a cupful of water to each egg, of the mxture. The. heavy growth of bring the water to the boiling point, gave me a shilling. Sydney Bullecent up to 50 and CO and in some grass which should result will tend remove it from tho fire, put in the tin. cases 75 per cent. Practically all the shallow-roote- d -- " . eggs, cover tho dish closely, and leave open blossoms were killed, but from to crowd out the Henry, you havo run over a man!' Constant mowing and eggs In the water for about sevbuds left these varieties have chlckweed. tho crop watering turnout the growing season the "Don't worry ho had already been jsome prospect of yielding a fair en minutes. There is some uncertainspread of the pest. by the car ahead of us." some localities it conditions are will hamper the ty about this method, for egg's differ run over in ss setting and growth The lawn should also be rolled each In weight and also in temperature at good during fruit PRESIDENT WARNS CONGRESS spring. cooking begins. On the crop. the time the of chick-wee- d AND CADINET TO RETRENCH One methow of destroying whole this method can be moro deWth apples and pears, specialists allow chickens to hate ac- pended on than others. Good reis to ot tho department say, it is InadvisaWashington, May 3. President schecess to the lawns early In the spring. sults can be obtained by pouring ble to follow tho full spraylnu a drive today Harding launched have been not Extensive experiments dule where the set of fruit does hot water over oggs, it the same dish "dangerexpense. Two foliage made with chemicals for destroying with the same amount of water is al- against what he termed tho justify tho koep chlckweed but without marked suc- ways used, but each cook must make ous tendency" of Government depart.sprays should usually be given to ments to live beyond the means profoliage in. good condition. The op- cess. her own rules. vided for them by Congress and suberation goes along with cultivation mit requests for deficiency appropriaA Vnluablo "Begorryl" said an Irishman who tions to cover deficits. and fertilizing to build up tho trees Sunshade on Implements Aid to KIder was watching another go thru some tfor next years' crop. In Identical letters to Cablnemem-ber- s any A. sunshade over the seat ot a rid- exercizes, "ye kape yer mouth as For a fraction of a crop ot 10 implethe President called attention to ing cultivator or other farm ....iArnhie imDortance, say from wide open as If ye wero Columbus tho the fact that calls for approximately1 moro, the calyx ment adds but little to tho cost and to 20 por cent or first tolme he saw New York." $216,000,000 In deficiency appropriapray should bo omployed by all makes the work less Irksome, thoe tions are now pending "and that the The usual spray United States Department ot Agricul-urfinna .It Is said. estimated deficiencies will run very advises. Such appliances should H,,ithree treatments, calyx, much beyond that sum." FOR FLETCHER'S spray, nnd 8 nnd 9 not be regarded as devices ot tho la.3 and 4 weeks' The, President said he was very or protection zy. To do work in a laborious -weeks' spray aro for tho sure "that wo can never fix ourselves foliage. In the fatiguing manner when it may bo . ot fruit as well as apple scab dono equally as well and as quickly Matron A very horrid scar you firmly on a basis ot economy .until northern districts where may bo neces- - In a pleasant way is folly. It les- have on your face, my wounded hero! tho departments are conducted within is bad moro spraying sens tho laborer's capacity for work War Veteran Yes, ma'am. That tho provisions made by Congress." bo given as by exhausting his energy so that ho in whnt I clt. ma'am, for tryln to The full text of his letter follows: The calyx spray should "I. am in receipt of a. letter from For can do less than be would be capable shave with a safety razor. Pelican. oon as tho blossoms have fallen. FARM DEPARTMENT. lime-sulphur r DIRECTORY. CIRCUIT COURT. Judge n. W. 81ack, OwenibO'O. C. B. Smith, HartCoin'tli. Attorney ford. Clerk A, C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMuster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cnl P. Keown, BEAVER DAM. 'Ch'm'n. Bonrd W. T. McKennr. Clerk II. W. King. . Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLK. ' - I ex-tte- ' Ch'm'n. Bonrd W R. Jones. Hartford. , 1st Monday in March II days Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Jullgo C. P. Kcsslncer. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July U days Com'th. and Civil. OALKNDAR 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEAR Civil. 4th Monday In November IS days E. 8. County Board ot Education Com'th. and Civil. " Howard, S. S.'O. C. . COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owcn.JInrtford, Moots first Monday in each month. Routo 6.' Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllla County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Claud Renfrow, DunDlv. No. 3. Clerk W. C. 'Mlankenshlp. . Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. dee. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. dorr, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. G Otis Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. 8. Koxloy. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lindloy, Centor-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. County Board of Examiners: E. 8. Howard, .Mrs. Birdie MIdkiff and o stain-portio- "" FISCAL COURT. Meets first Tuesday la April and J&' October. 1st District Ed Show'A' Hartford, Routo 3. Snd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear er Dam. 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center- town. Oth District W. C. Daugherty.Baize- town. Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 7th District B. F. nice, Fordsvillo. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart ford, Route 5. HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casoblcr. ROCKPORT Chtn'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. II. Bratchor. Police Judge S. L. Fulkorson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratchor. Ira Jones. Teachers 17th. Institute Sept. 13th EXAMINATIONS and 15 at Hartford, Beaver and Fordsvillo.. May 21 and 22 Common School Diploma May 14 Dam County Tenchors Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 28and 29 County Tonchers Examination nt Hartford, (Colored), Juno 18 nnd 19 County and Examination at Fordsvillo, Stato-Teachor- (Whlto). Julio 2G and 2C County and Stnto Teachers' Examination (Colored). Sept. 17 and IS at Hartford, at Hartford, State-Teacher- ev-e- ry County nnd Stntc. Teachers' Examination (White). (Colored). Sept. 24 and 25 County and Examination at Hartford, frost-strick- en Every Woman "Wants &f Mothers ? use ,.,.ii ) vs ifm, Hf FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation., Recommended by Lydia E. Pinhham Med. Co, for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. citnoK&iuy tleinuoa and wmnidd.l pmtrfi sue U dnjjguU. ot ua.ru U by 1 he PuinnToilrt Coanmr. Daloo. a siffrevS Vmtmuge i or uie uwurai r A Safe Old Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy .five years conlin-uouse is tbe best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can'offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It 'will help keep the little ones healthy and hsppy. SOcabottlaatrouidrucgta'tor ui Mny ui -- d ESctro Succeed when everything else fails. in nervou prostration ana lemaie nicy mc use oupiciuv f .v remedy, at thousands have testified. Bitters iimi H e general ftore; or U your dealer can't supply you.aendhjeDame and 30c in tamps and we'll and you a bottle promptly. E. 4 S. FKEY, Btlikort,' Mi. ,m FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACHTROUBLE i Ii'im is the best medicine ever cold over a druggist's counter. unit Children Ory CASTORIA -- . Chairman Warren of the Senate Committee on Appropriations calling my attention to the fact that estlmaes now before the Congress all for approximately $216,000,000 ot deficiency npproprialons and that the estimated deficiencies will run very much beyond that sum. I do not know of any moro dangerous tendency In tho deadministration ot governmental partments and am very sure that we can never fix ourselves firmly on a basis of economy until the departments aro conducted within the provisions made by Congress. "I wish you would call this matter to the attention ot tbe various bureau chiefs so that a like situation may not be reported in future." In his letter to tbe President Senator Warren gave tho total deficiency estimates now actually before Congress at $215,891,288. n "There is no question,"- ho wrote, "about estimates for strictly legal deficiencies submitted In accordance with the provisions ot the law; bu not all of these sums are ot this char acter. I notice that some are for new wqrk entirely and have no place whatsoever in deficiency bills. "It would seem that heads of departments andr Government establishments and officers of tho Government charged with the responsibility of bo submission ot estimates should Now hold to strict accountability. "that tho war is oyer there seems to bo Httlo excuse fortho various departments . and MtabllBhraents not conducting thelrJxpendltures more - flgw IbbbbbbbbW WILL YOU TAKE OUR i GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment & WW 1 (or WEAK. LUNGS or CONSUMPTION. ferlioe. A quick relief for thst tired, coughs, psips la Chcit. nlltat iwesti. hrmor rbirer. weak luots or coaiumptlon. It It dtsa-shelp you it costs you BOlUns. "aOHIO MEDICAL CO. 11 run-dowel FORtONE MONTH -- P mra-LA- x For Lazy Liver uid the Troubles ot Constipation. sX li , ' HsyVb rJsSv. feelirfght all the time. l)en'tky from work for days By taking calomel keeps yosj when pleasant Uv'Vt-La- x on your feet, while relievingyour trout le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dodl take anything else. You can't afforst it. 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My stomach would not dlgost anything prop-crl- y and I would bloat up With gas that caused tho worst kind of pains thru my chest and my heart would r. I could boat like a eat no meats nor drink coffco and I had to stop smoking. My nerves became so that I could nover get a good night's Bloop. I wns considerably oft In strength, had but little energy and couldn't tnko proper Interest In anything. "I had tried to find something to correct my troubles but nothing seem- cd to reach my case. Finally I decld- to trv Tnnlnc, nnd slnco taking it I feel llko'n now mnn. I can cat Just anything, drink block coffco when I Ploaso and novor have tho least trou- Ido with my digestion. I sleep llko a nnd am feeling fine all tho time. Tanlac lias helped mo wonder- fully and It's a plcasuro to recom- inoud It." GIRLS MUST NOT BOB 1IAIB (jhlncso girls show n decided to Imltato tho clothes and stylo of their western sisters as far as they can obsorvo them, but the pa- ternal government Is ever watchful and ready to lay a restraining hand on uew fashions. The minister of education has decreed that young girls must not bob their hair. Ho ol- . i.i.i,. tn ,own iiinnfi fnf or to get married while a student un- less parental consent Is secured. Af- ter 14 years of ago girls aro not nf-to attend lowed schools. ' consisting of four bridesmaids dress ed In palo bluo and carrying calves by their sides. They had tulfo veils 'sired by tho noted Kentucky Jack Moblna 3d. Also forty-si- x head of hogs, .Including tho groom's father from North Dakota, whero ho is engaged 1ft missionary work, and Is Immuncd by tho doublo process. These shoates are thrifty, and all relatives of tho bride and groonf. Thoy all gathored In the spacious dining room nttor tho coremony. and partook of 300 bushels of seed oats, 1,000 bushel? of corn, 10 larre Tho bride Is of. millet and alfaifi tho youngest daughter of ono trusty Incubator, capacity GOO eggs, one Jno. cottago and a trip Dcoro flvo-rooto Omaha, after which they draw 10 per cent Interest from dato. Freo lunch at nfton." Meat and Llvo Stock DIgenst. m DNMOCHATH ARE SECTIONAL 4 , ) "i Diszinoss, vertigo, (blind stnggers) sallow complexion, flatulence nro symptoms of a torpid liver. No ono can feel well while tho liver Is inactive, IIERDINE Is a powerful liver stimulant. Ajlosojor two will causo alt bilious symptoms to disappea. Try it.' Price G0c. -- Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. m PROTEST TO lLUUINOb Spaniards group cl prominent including a former premier and oth-c- d r former- - high officials drew up a Protest against tho occupation of Santo Domingo by U. S. troops and sent It to President Harding. "We Invoko In the nme orthe Domlnl-Chll- d can republic the Ideals of tho United States," said tho signers of the pro- test, tho Washington government had already decided to withdraw the troops from Santo Domingo, as the disorder and brigandago has been pretty woll quelled. A , Woshngton, April 30. That tho Democratic party in Congress, bolng made up mostly of representatives of tho South, believes In a protective tar-- j iff for Southern products but not for thoso of tho Industrial sections of tho North, East and West, Is evidenced by tho fact that It placed a duty of only 8.58 on sugar and of 31.68 ad valo-roon cotton In tho Underwood act, and Is now opposing tho omorgoncy farm tariff which would savo tho ag ricultural Industry of tho entiro country. While it is pointed out that forty-tw- o Domocrats deserted their party at tho last session of Congress and vot ed fpr tho emergency A tariff, tho present membership of the Democratic party In the Houso and Senato, reduced to a minimum by tho great Republican majorities of last November, is against It and is determined to combat tho entiro Republican tariff program of tho present extra session with a minority bill providing for tho tariff for rovenue rates of. the Underwood tariff or oven less. In tho meantime, tho manufacturer as well as the laboring man Is clamoring for relief from the jjoods imported from cheaper fields of production which are rapid!) capturing .the. Amorlcnn market. m GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note, Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. .CO BLANK DEEDS, MORTC.-&c., I2T STOCK. If. . rres- fho ad- - V, ""-"- . Farmer Brown So you've got back from Now York have yo, SI? How did yo feel in such a big city? Farmor Green I felt for my pock- ctbook most o' tho tlmo. Boston Transcript. "Look" here Moso," said tho white foreman of a gang of colored laborers, "every tlmo I come around you're loafing. How;, does It hapen I never find you at work?" "Ah'll tel yo boss," explained Moso oggriovedly. "It's 'cause dem rubber heels of yours don' make no noise WARNINGS SENT OUT ON WHEAT DISEASES S You have something to SELL or ' anything to ADVERTISE try an "aci" in, THE ' HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' CLAIM " DYE SECItETS STOLEN'. v,, 000 a year. They denied, however, ' cuts .ragged wounds, that they had brought from Germa-collBarbed wlro and harness galls heal up ny any written formulas, " ouicklv- - when Ballard's Snow. Llnl- "A cat sits on my fence every night mont is applied. It is .both healing and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and and makes the night kideouswlth his $1.00 per botfle. Sold by Ohio Coun- - howls. Now I don't want to have m any bother with my neighbors, but ty Drug Co. this nuisance has gone far enough, ' WHY THE EDITOR LEFT TOWN, and I want you to advise mo what ar ,r Warrants were Issued at Cologne for tho arrest of four Gorman sclen- tists who have been trusted employ- ocs in the great German dyo works, on tho ground that they sold cheml- cnl secrets to tho Dupont nrm of Delaware. Two of the men, who ore university graduates with the J tie of "doctor," arrived in America , in January and admitted that theyj had been employed by tho Duponts at j salaries amounting to more than $25,- tl-- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , Lexington, May 6. In an effort to discover and check outbreaks of tho two new wheat diseases, "flag smut" nnd "take all" which have made their appearance In the U. S. warnings have been sent out by Dr. W. D.. Valleau, plant pathologist of the Kentucky Experiment Station, to farmers, county agents, vocational agricultural teachers and prominent mill operators of the State to bo on watch for symptoms of tho pests and report them Immediately. Descriptions of the diseases and their meth-odvattacking wheat plants may be obtained by writing the Experiment Station Lexington. of HARTFORD, & RABBIS BAN AVINE. Tho "dry" enforcement law allows wine to bo used for sacramental purposes. 1Jnder this" provision Jewish rabbis are permitted to withdraw and distrlbute'lO gallons a year for each Jew in their congregation. It Is stated that .this privilege has been abused in some cases and there has been some agitation in favor of abolishing It. At the 32nd annual convention Just held at Washington tho rabbis rejected this proposition but agreed not to Issue certificates for fermented wine, as they hold that grape-Juic- e or unfermented wine may bo used. Many Jews contend that fermented wine is what is called for and they re fuse to accept grape puice. llglon unless this condtion ed. Is' remedi-- 1 KENTUCKY o In a recent letter to Tho Breeder's Uazettd, Mr. F. M. Woods, of caster County, Nebraska, told how a Nobraska printer got an auction salo and an account of a wedding mixed Tho resulting article, together. wrote Mr. Woods, road llko this: "Married o,f the home of tho bride's ono mile north and two miles oast of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones lilghly respected residents of Thurs- lay, Jan. 27, Miss. Ethel Drlnkwater of Shorthorns "by the Itovr 18 head 7x PROPERLY PREPARED SODJ Tho young lawyer looked as sol- SAVES CORN CULTIVATION Lan-J'oas an owl and answered not a J word. Lexington, Ky., April 30. Experi"I havo a right to shoot that cat, ments conducted for a number of haven't I?" years by tho Kentucky Agricultural "I would hardly say that," re- Experiment Station show that If the plied the young lawyer "The cat soil is properly prepared before corn does not belong to you, as I under-townsh- is planted the work of cultivating stand." after planting may be reduced to that "No, but tho fence does." necessary to keep down weeds. Three "Ah!" exclaimed tho light of tho or four cultivations were as good as law; "thon you have a porfect right seven, or eight, "No. sah. ah doan't nebber ride on the experiments to take down the fence." weeds were con- dem'thlngs," said an old colored lady' showed, provided ai looKing in uu mu trolled? "Why-d- e udder day I seen dat Rastus " boy, you. Johnson git on an' ride as much as Teacher You dirty you wash your face? I a dollah's worth ,an' git off ntjtne Why don't can see what you had for breakfast very same place he got on at, an' I sez to him: 'Rastus," I sez, 'yo' Calyour grocer for this morning. been?" spent yo' money, but whar-yo- ' Bob What was it? umet Baking Powder and be Teacher Eggs. sure that you get it the HI Larlty Sim, I had a hard time Bob Wrong! That was yesteron theorangelabeL getting thIscoal. day. Lore Scout Then forget about bake -- Sim Pllclty It must he hard coal day failures. For you will Complexion Is due to a tor-pj- d then. TJ Sallow never have any. Calumet Hi Larlty Oh, you are so smart, purifies and liver. Herblne always produces the sweetand bowels and probably you can name a harder Job strengthens the liver est and most palatable foods. restores the rosy bloom of health to than wheeling coal In the celUjr? Certainly I can. And now rcmeniber. you Sim Pllclty the cheek. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio West Virginia. Home m Wheeling, always use less than of most County Drug Co. ip uioi4)-6i'ui"""iie- to do." "How are you today, Sandy?" asked the landlord of his, Scotch tenant. Vurra weel, sir vurra weei," re- piled Sandy, "If It wasna for tho rheumatism in my right leg." "Ah, you must not complain, Sandy. You are getting old, like tho rest of us, and old ago does not como alone." "Auld age, sir?" explaimed Sandy. "Auld ago has nothln' to do with it. Here's mo lther leg Just as auld an' It's soond and soople yet." m "JUSTICE IS BASIS OP PEACE" On assuming the chairmanship of tho board of governors of the Union, to which post ho was recently elected, Secretary of State Hughes congratulated the Union on what U.had accomplished In bringing the republics of North and South America closer together. "Wo aro united," he said, "In our desire to maintain peace and in tho endeavor to solve our differences by processes of friendly reasoning. Wo know that there is no other assurance of peace than the love of justice." , an UEMEMBERtoask Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the first treatment is most important. is appli When an efficient-antisept- ic ed promptly, there is no danger of jnfecjon an(i the wound begins to at once, ror use on man or beast, Borozone Is the Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, ?1.00 and ?1.50. Sold by m Ohio CountyDrug Co. "What is a skeleton?" asked Teacher of the pupils of the fourth, grade. There was a period of painful concentration, following which a little girl replied triumphantly: "A skelo-- r ton Is what you have left of a man after you've taken his outsldes off and his lnsldes out.' ' Legion Weekly. -- -- hoen ProutT- - Citizen So you've visiting 'our schools, eh? Splendid, afou't they? Magnlflcienfdisclpllne, superb buildings, beautfuL furnishTeacher Johnny stand up and tell ings. By the way, I want to ask yoa what was tho first thing that struct us how many sexes there are. you on entering the boys' departJohhn Three. ment? are they? Teacher What A pea from a Visitor (truthfully) Johhn Male sex, female sex, and insects. pea-shoot- other brands because it pos sesses greater leavening saengxn. Friend. THE "OLD RELIABLE" WOMANLESS GRAND JURIES NOT LEGAL Now Remember--! Aluwr mt sr irst lA All There is no waste. If a recipe calls for one egg two cups of flour half a cup of that's all you use. milk You never havo to re-bak- Contains only such ingre- oienis asjiave ueen uuiuany approvedby U. S. Food Authorities, is the product cf the Jargfet, most modern and sanitary Taking Powder Factories in existence. Gluten plves flour a pod part of alue the clement that Us food nourishes th bwjy. TV Khting it, ips nnly purn Willi nlalQ flo"r. Columbia Muffin Rcclpo 4 cup3 sifted flourj 4 level teaspoons Calumet Baking Powder, 1 tablespoon sugar, 1 teaspoon fait, 2 eggs, 2 cups of sweet milk. Then roll Calumet fei.tbe 11 ! "v ruiar W if ' V (fil ff'f "'ng tinned 4 ' u V" i h ' A'JSS. k'K i In nn nddress at tho annual convention of the Episcopal church held recently at' Boston, Bishop Lawrenco deplored tho number of clergymen with business who wero mixing preaching Jn order to eke out a liv ' Throe Kontucklans woro killed In ing The nuniker of men doing this is startling, he said, and ho regards a tight over a dog. The dog Is alive "i 1.1,1 In ministerial stand- All It as a 'because iFtn'A?vi, Zir ' hfj nninloH commercialized miiN in WsWf5htMl5sfcv.lU.alwa8JU" ministry Is due to small salaries and trhift???kt,eA5N,JW1ort I he fears a decllno In intorost In re- dipeHwnt. 1 let-do-- Chicago, April 25 A plea that grand Juries for which women havo notbeen Impanneled cannot return legal Indictme'hTs was made by attorneys today in asking that an indictment against Thomas Devereaux, charged with robbery be quashed. James C. O'Brien and John Owen, both former Assistant State's Attorneys argued before Judgo Charles A. McDonald, Chief Justice of the Superior Court, that with tho nineteenth amendment In effect women must be called for jury servlco and that as thoy had not boon called for the Jury which indicted Dovereaux, tho Indictment was Illegal. Judgo McDonald took tho matter Into a conference" with othor Judges and will rondor an opinion later. The attorneys deolared they expected to take tho quostlon to the United States Supremo Court If necessary. The teacher gazed sorrowfully at tho small boy who Stood In front of ho. He was convicted of the hein ous rhaige of stealing caa'.y from one 3 it w hh of his Khool-fellow- s. .first offense, however, she did not desire to inflict severe punishment a moral lecture, she thought would fit tho case. "Bear in mind, Bobby," she concluded, "that these temptations can bo resisted if determination Is used. Alwqys turn a deaf car to THEDFORDS BLACK-DRAUGH- T White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medickes tt and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Came and Stayed. Black-Draug- Cos temptation." got no deaf The 'child gazed solemnly at her. "But, teacher," bo exclaimed, "I ain't earl" London Tit Bits. m BISHOP LAWRENCE FEARS COMMERCIALIZE!) CHURCH feeling alter meals. Sour stomach and friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking to her ford's It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a 'liver In throwing off ImpuriJackson County lady, said: "I am sslsts the I am glad to recommend gelling up In years; my head is pretty ties. and do, to my friends ami white. I have seen medicines and reme- Dutton, Ala. Black-Draught In recommending Thed- well-kno- Blac!;-Draugh- Black-Draug- ht, dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." Is a stand Thedford's came and stayed. I am talking of we have used ard household remedy with a record Ga liver medicine for years one that can be depended up- lover seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work, "Black-Draugwill relieve Indigestion to help cleanse the system of Impurities. Black-DraugBlack-Draught ht and constipation If taken right, and I know Try for I tried it. It Is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. Black-Draug- Insist upon Thed- "w , wuuu . t. ... ...,. ,,,., H1,w..w..-- .- ' u. At all druggists. ra v- - - . 1i &" s nouncement. The astonished deacon Owensboro Monday lasted 7mly two KMUK FKIONS MNAKK IHTH TO GET DEACON'S fclQUOlt hesitated a moment and then flrawled ljours and a half, but In tlyt tlmo out, ''Why, man, TheTfo Is not n poiuicritrnl Clly has a now ' bank. several men woro tried and one mnn John Mooro, Doctor Plrtlo and sonous roptllo In ton miles around." JEKSrir'Nsulinla tho president, was .for sentoncod tu ono year in the penitenDoc was stunnod for a second, but Fluko left Tuesday for a week's fish5uxwj(st!r MyeiTs connected with the tiary. Tho greedy hand of flro seizes somo homo, barn or store. ing nt tho mouth of Grassy. John and necessity Inspired Invention, and o tortawns bnnl: at South Carrollton. CliKAIl IWJX Doc aro gottlng' along swimmingly gasping with feigned exhaustion, ho .nro 8. K. Koffman, U. 'Th aHroctors but Fluko Is In had, according to tho explained. 'C. Fflrtnoy, Dr. F. K. Foley, Fred recolved "I nm awaro thero are no natlvo from City, and John ' Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murray wero In following wireless TtouCtm xl Central Is it adequately INSURED? Is It proporly SAFEGUARDED? Hartford Sunday, guests of Mr. Mur- Moore Just before wo went to press. poisonous snakes, (Tut this man had 2&?3Hl(tM, xt GrHcnvlllo. , ray's brother, Mr. Max Murray and It ran: tho mlsfortuna to encounter a fork XX X Every flro brings costly Interruptions, ' Wo "reached ed Jtnil moccasin, ono of tho rarest Dear John Henry: Start K Llln-o- f Muhlenberg county, family, who recently moved to that danger and Inconvenience that ccfti V.. tho mouth of Grassy lato Turfsdny af- poisonous reptiles, known, and proranttxrod n .moonshine still near place. not bo measured In dollars and cents. Dr. Ilalrd was called hero, Tues- ternoon In good shapo, except wo bably the first ono that ovor made Its Ilertnt, Jn.t week. Six barrels of per still were destroy-i- i day to treat a sick mule belonging to were pretty dry despite tho recent appcarrinco In a small stream In tho znxvh xml.ircon Tho still was not In lmmcdlato Mr. Hanloy. Tho animal recovered. rains and the abundance of water in Mississippi valley, tho they aro some Mrs. Thurman Patton went to Rough river. We shot a couplo of times found in tho warm waters nearoitrmtllon M ;ho time and io arrests Hartford Tuesday, shopping. furnishes Insurance of tho highest grado. Consult our agency. lines i nd rotlred for the night Tlukc er tho equator." Tver anadu. Mr. Everett Kissinger and fimUly uns up with tho birds and Doc and I Tho deacon was a mountnlnoor and XXX IfteTispottcil thnt four million Am- - visited the family of Mr, L. F. John turned over for another snooze while know as littlo nbout,wnter snakes as Tuesday. When they had hook- - Fluke went for the fish. ho knew pf the mechanism of tho cur&Hua JahoreYs aro without employ-- j son ' Hartford, Ky. ed up tho team to return and beforo "You needn't expett much tho first moon, and tumbled for tho stoy. And matt. TThti. condition is resulting In movement, and the family got into tno wagon tno morning," Fluko remarked as he as Fluke had predicted, came forth a. frightened and ran flung down two mudturtles and a with tho full, quart. Stxna. Jabor 1s reported amplo to sup- - horses becamo away, doing considerable damage to waterdog, on his return. Wo breakXf&X&y flnmand. "I'll go down with you and seo tho tne wagon. a fasted on bacon and eggs, trusting to poor man" 'remnrked tho doacon symxxx Wllllo and James Fuqua, of Hart- - hotter luck later on. pathetically. 5tem,s nald by the Ford Motor Since the first morning we have tD Its employes during the'fnl. Passed thru hero Saturday after Hero was a now complication for noon, while giving their new motor-cycl- o had plenty of fish and squirrel If it ry bulit. ;0 amountcd fo $7,000,000 Doc to meet. It would nover do to a tryout. grado or sen. Is not the open season for squirrel lot xxx tho deacon find Fluke up frying fn tho to,, hy a vote of 49 to 23, Qobel and Noblo Thomason of tho delete the latter montlon and every found fish and, as yarn breeds yarn, Doc voting with tho ma Green IUver country, aro visiting thing. has gone ajs merry as a mar-rlag- o was forced to further Invention. bell except for Fluke's hard Jarililwers In U.0lutIon Saturday, their brother, Earl Thomason "Just come ahiad," said Doc, Mrs- - Pat Hoagland 'and Mvs. De luck. IceioiinB .UlnrAVGermnny l "Tho man is suffering terribly and 111. A farmer of the viclnaga had sup- 1 nlust mako a rur. for the camp." ucmc Thn LowlkVAAMI4rl . oxnected t Ella Park are very Mf.-Mfl Joe Park lias organlzafl a sing per with us Tuesday night. This a jass Ihe resolution soon. By this tlmo the deacon's sympa ing school at Washington. selfsame farmer had eaten supper thy was. thoroughly aroused, and up xxx , is attending with us on numerous former occa Miss Clara Hoover of Louisville adwted the on reaching tho top of the hill ex sions and had given us barrels of but hausted and breathless Doc slowed wajlihsio flayUght saving fad, uffective school at. Hartford this spring. . Clyde Park and Herman Park tormllk and things. On this occa down to tako it leisurely, when ho disStsvc 3L Hailroads entering tho cityj to'operate by Standard tended tho birthday dinner at Mr. sion he brought the usual, jug of covered tho deacon nt his heels. With t.ntlnue buttermilk and a baskot of apples. exposure threatened, Doc laid down Jraiv und the traveler will 'have to Lonnlo Owen's Sunday. Noting the farmer's ' look of disap- for tho flnjil stretch and came flying waiAa "his watch. TAFF1T pointment when wo sat down to table on to the boat like a bird of wing. xxx Ecyrs SDlfl on tho Louisville market without first offering him refresh- And ho arrived none too soon. Wo It's the best moving picture building in the country,-wel- l SaoTrdav lor the lowest price since ' Several persons from this place at ments the three of us in unison had barely time to wrnp a fertilizer lighted, comfortable seats and on the guound Tho ?mtchers surely do not tended tho birthday dinner at Mr. R. stammered an apologvbut it was ap- sack around Fluko's anklo and got ) A. Owen's Sunday, which was given In parent ho regarded opologles as a him on a bunk when in popped the must tiiii pspers. floor. 11UI1UI UL IU Xiil UlilUUU Ul i.ll. poor substitute. We explained tho excited deacon. XXX Owen's son, Lowell. The young man unavoidable dryness of our camp j"hnwvlest reduction so far made After the arrival of tho deacon They have, two electric Simplex machines, which Sx raS-ai- l nwces is in women's ready has been In por health for the past and suggested' we would not have re- Fluke assumed a fine poso bf dgony year, .but Is slowly Improving. A large gard to price If he happened to know rw. whit The largest clothing. eliminates break-dow- ns and the long waits between and, with apparent Indifference to and a where the exhilarating fluid could crowd attended the dinner, TsairSJlD Tetall store handling tho presence of the stranger, began reels. Four (4) exits direct on the street, which b'lUiuiful meal was served. ttlils 'character of goods "Gracious, Boys," he said, giving us a last message to his wife, be had. Tho farmers nrc making slow pro- "I don't know of a drap for miles snade annoimcement of a price eliminates the rush and confusion of getting 'out of in the event ilie poison proved fatal. out fc.E ifflfty petf cent dh tho price of gress with their work, on account of around except that John Doe, a farm- Tho sympathy of the deacon was the building after the performance. the unfavorable weather. W5cy4jarment In the house. er, who lives just over the hill on earnest and sincere, and he generousy Thero will be an service the old Washburn farm, has a quart ly xxx Informed us that ho bad another Sasrnty-nv- e students graduated and dinner or the ground at Hi" Clear ho has put away for sickness. Dqe pint at the house, In tho event the First National and Paramount Pictures are shown Run BapiU: church the second Sun- recently moved In here from "the 2jk7js Southern Baptist seminary quart proved insufficient. Omitting day ir. this mouth. A . inc:n!.rs avo mountains of East1 Tennessee, where Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights of each ar lucxilsvllle, Tuesday evening. details, I say mention here that tho requested to Ijo present aid bring even tho Holy Rollers regard whfsky xxx quart proved insufficient. week. basket .Sjsrostary Mellon, of the Treasury wel!-tijl- d as a specific for alldlseases, from Fortunately for Fluke, as well as Funk Brother? have moved' their mosquito bites to inflamatory rheu- for Doc and Inyself, the Tennessccnn a number of Iftaa recommended matism. But he is a deason in the elciESiH In the Income tax laws. sawmill to Palo. not tarry long, mentioning that air,. Baird has opened a garage Baptist church and- - takes Volstead's did taarau)i; them-ar- o a repeal of the ex- he had left his team hitched to the jnwIUs lax, tha exiting exemp herF, in partnership with Mr. J. K. name in vain.". 2 plow In the field, and promising, "itxs. HiHftwea corporations and a llm Moore Supper over, our visitor hurried much to our disappointment, to reMrs. MrJ! a Sharp and daughter, of away, remarking In an undertone I to 40 per cent ifcifera of the sur-ta- x turn and bring his good wife soon. Pleasant ridge, are guests of Mrs. happened to catch, that a fishing But he gave us a breathing spell and nl hx highest net Income. Sharp's daughter, Mrs. 'Floyd Davis camp wasn't what it ought to bevwith time t swig the quart a fow times England and Mr. Davis. dentist before dinner. from TSnilor pressure three profiteers, an editor, and a banker in charge of lt. Kctsru 2ias delayed the proposed Doc and I ate first so that we could IJETHEL. of the German Ruhr After our visitor had go'ne Fluke stand out and watch for the visitors appeared to get very nervous and while Fluke ate his, but to Fluke's vz52r&. ariKrduled for May 1, pending Farmers are very busy planting walked back and forth the full length misfortune the visitors arrived. Just jjm3i.jt ultimatum to the German corn. of the boat, his hands clasped behind as Doc and I had finished. Cuutrmnent. Doc and Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Felt Roofing, Our Sunday school Is progressing him, alUthe while In a deep study, an I went on with our fishing, leaving xxx T&-thing for Fluke to do. Fi- the patient In care of his newly made finding of a federal district nicely. Red edar Shingles, Metal Roofing, Plaster Lime, unusual The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nally Doc asked Fluke what was dis- friends, and selflshlng makingsa jc:nsitK5a Michigan, convicting Senator Cement, Laths, Paint, Oil Varnish. We can fit. you Joko Lonnlo Brint has whooping cough. turbing him. "Tr.uiiai! II. Newberry and forty-thre- o of Fluke's long afternoon of moaning up for a new house or repairs. Write us for prices, Mrs. J. R. Albin, Is visiting her son, aXijexxacn, charged with unlawful use "Boys," he said earnestly? "I've and tossing and pretention of pain. we will give you prompt service. juT tasiify in the primary at which Mr. Leslie Albin, at Roslne. been trying to fathom some plan to When wo came In for supper tho deaThe Lalley Electric Farm Lighting Plant, much Mr. Jeff P. Picknell visited Ms get 2S;'r'JjS7rry was nominated for United that deacon's liquor. The doc- con and his wife wero gone; likewise lower prices now, if you are interested write us for senator, has been set aside by father at Owensboro, Saturday and tors say whisky Is not a medicine and a quantity of the liquor. Then Fluke Slaexs full information and price for Light Plant installed. Tho higher , Sunday, tfefr sapreme court it would ,do his family no good, even got out of bed roaring mad. ioHzt !ic3d that congress lacked au-- ". Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher Picknell and if they got sick, but It would do a "Don't you know," he said "those Waterloo.Boy Tractors. We have lower prices children visited relatives at Prince- sight of good in a fishing camp, Help gol tbcatxjr to regulate primaries. and now is the time to buy, and get the best tractor drot people are coming back afton Saturday and Sunday. xxx me think." ter supper, and when in tho dickens on the market, made by the John Deere Plow Co. Mr. Dave Herrel has returned. from Is V.oad Engineer Boggs Finally Fluke went out on tho bank will I get to fish anymore." And from Buggies, both rubber and steel tire, Surreys, FairbanGood Roads meeting Chicago, where he had gone looking and sai meditatively leaning against that hour to this you could never ijUrssiiu; a tate ks-Morse for work, and reports employment a large sycamore tree for a long time. guess when that mountaineer or s6me Pumps and Water Systems, Saw Rigs iutasheld In Louisville Juno difficult to secure In the Illinois city. Finally ho shouted "Bo'ys, I've got It", of his folks would drop In to Inquire for Farm use, Com and Feed Mills, Furniture, Rugs, 'XXX Mrs. Alfred Borah and children and as he rushed In to the boat. Shelf Hardware. "Starlies In seamen, building and this about the victim of the forked tall One-row.aTwo-ro- w EKbJa'ins trades woro inaugurated In Mr. Johnson Stewart of McHenry, way. Tomorrow. I will feign snake moccasin, and the only hours Fluko Corn Planters, Disc CultijjB3trcatern and northern uitteo"M!iy wore guests Saturday and Sunday of blto and then one .of you run over to dares to run the lines is between vators, Walking Plows. o'. the Mrs. Frank Maples. In the ranks "I! the deacon's house and ask If they .midnight and four In the morning. Write us for prices, you will hear from us promptMr. and Mrs. J: R. Carter of Mc- have Just a few drops of tho old, M2i5tjj i6 Toported from all ijnarters, Well, Do? and I aro having the tlmo ly, and you may save good money by asking for our Henry, and J. D. Thompson of Sim- reliable antidote for snajce bite. Beg of our lives, but Fluke swears he is antSr Sf btrlko will probably bo short are mons, spent Saturday and Sunday for Just a little, but of course he will going to tako his next fishing trip at builders aftxwSL 'Seamen and sirBtnig: against a reduction of wages with their parents, Mrr and Mrs. not take time to divide It and will the Falls of Rough, and buy his own FORDSV1LLE PLANING MILL COMPANY whisky, It he has to pay a liberty iv'a yrinxers are striking for a forty-i&i- ix Luna Maples. . send the whole quart." JAKE WILSON, Manager. M C. S. Wllholt of Qalhoun, has tuaar week. FORDSVIIiLE, KV. "But where do we come In," Inter- bond per quart for it. purchased the Finis Wallace farm. . JCX.X rupted both Doc and' myself at the Mr. and Mrs. James Baize and same time. TJift Allied have oxtended the time CROMWELL children of Midway, spent Sunday xTur Oerman agreement to terms of "O", said Fluke, with the usual to May 10, andhave sent with Mrs. Charlie Smith. Rev. Birch Shields filled his regucleverness of an editor's Invention, ag3gggBSgEnngEBMg- m xa KLllraaluni demand for 132 lar appointment hero Sundaynlght. "We will claim that wo got The German mark has a CKRALVO. Mrs. J, W. O'Banon EAGLE"MIKAD0". broken and then offer to pay the Pencil No. 174 Miss Cora Hagerman of Hartford, deacon for It." Is, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3xx vsJiio of 23.8 cents In United Stalx money, which would make tho Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Curtis "No twenty a quart for mo," said B. H. Stewart. reparations demanded equal to 55 Whohorry. Mr. Postal Enibry and sister visitAtHTC.Ul Doc, reflecting how many snags he aSJEriaea. dollars. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Huntor of would have to remove or molars to ed their parents, Rev. J. II. Embry For Sale at your Dealer Made In fire grade Equality, spent Saturday night and fill to' earn thaT sum In theso days and. Mrs. Embry, who have been 111 xxx ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Capper, of Kansas, Sunday with tho formor's sister, Mrg. of shrinking values. but who are now slowly Improving. EAGLE MIKADO & 1111 to control forest P. L. Wood, and Miss Margarot Hunvisiting her Again .Fluke's newspaper training Miss Sadlo Shields Is EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK said the American forests tor. was in evidence. He said, "Just be- sister, Mrs. Oglesby, near Prentiss. Imliii; depleted four times tho Cooper'spent the week-en- d werjr Mrs. Drusilla Barnard Is visiting fore wo offer to pay him wo will tell Minnie xaVaittt Umber growth, and urges moa- - her daughter, Maud Maddox, at West him that all three of us aro summon with her grandparents. " anra i provldo timber for future Providence. Mr. Carl Kitchens and Miss Mattlo undertakings has been duo. No ono Is not because of me, I don't count, It ed to sit on the federal grand Jury Miss Zllpha Whobrey has returned at Owensboro next week, and that Wallace gave their friends a big sur- could have been received In a more Is tho spirit of the work;- personally seaaraXlons. to hor homo near here, after visit will scare Tilin out of taking the xxx prise by running over to Rockport, kind spirit than that which was ex- I only try to interpret as I seo it, Oblige Tlnstln Qulun, Loulivlllo ing rolativos In Indiana. Indiana, Sunday and gottlng, mar- tended to mo, a stranger and a novice. and thero is nothing outsldo of Re- -' Nor could any man have ask,ed for liglon more truly wpiidorful than tho Mrs. Ira Cox and little daughter, tv&omur aud member of tho Kentucky At that point It looked like Fluke's ried. renvoi ot appeals, will probably be the of Equality, visited friends horo Sat- rascally cleverness had saved tho day Mr. Clarenco James, who has been hotter cooperation than that which I Sclonce of Agrlculturo. tf&ijKftiilicuu nominee for mayor of the urday nlghtond Sunday. So I abk that you, whoso oxlstonco for tho camp. In fact It did for Doc sick" for some tlmo, is able to bo out have recolved from tho many varied sources In this County. or iHwlsflrillo. depends In ono way or .another up6n Mrs. C. B. Evorly attended the ancf I but what followed for Fluke again. "Ofcourso thero aro somo who do tho growing of Things, work each xxx burial of hor mother, Mrs. Harriot I record with sorrowful regrCt. s not seo tho ideals which wo Agents with tlio other, to tho bettorment arrange- A WOIU) OV GltKKTIXG According to perfected f!Se Jufferssnvljle, Indiana, circuit Brown, at Equality, Sunday. try to show to "everyone, there nra of yourselves, your business, and your FHOM TIIK FA11M-AGE(tacc Monday, sentenced Clark John-v- .. Mrs. Wilbur Faught of Equality, ments, while Fluke and I fried tho thoso who think we aro wasting the nolghbors. Only by a concortod whlto mau. to the penitentiary visited rolatlvas horo from Friday ash and squirrel for dinner next day rt wurfrylUB" a nogro "woman. In vlo-- i until Sunday. can wo hopo to ovorebmo (ho This month marks tho start of my public funds, that tho work Is useless wo dispatched Doc to tho deacon's . aiuOTJvdT. tha laws of that state. Mr. Fml Boons Ira Kit-t'n- for tho lftiuor. Doc walked leisure- third year In Ohio County as Agricul- etc., but rarely havo I como In con- tendency which work agnlnst us on of Equality, spent Saturday ly until ho got to the top of the hill, tural Agent, and I am taking this tact with oven a scoffer, who, aftor all sides, It is too bjg an underXXf , dropped from ulfct with their siUter, Mra. It. E. which was In sight of tho deacon's means of expressing my thanks to being shown tho wonderful work that taking for ony Individual remember CwrMiuy buttaV has huuio, and. from thero wo chuckled thoso who havovso consistently aided Is. J ii progress right here under his "United We Stand." j cuMti to35 cqnta yjthjn tho pat tiudaly. Seven candidates of the Lono Star to sWhlfu start oiua dead run. Ar- mo In tho wprk hero, and to whose very uoao, and to whoni tho mothods ? jitiy tha Louslvlllemajkot. Slr.coroly, m. l. Mccracken, xxx rliiuh were baptized hero Sunday. riving nt the vlotljn'B door Dook infaiUng kindness and tlioughtfulncss vcp employ aro explained, does not " I by Rev. Roland I'attarnon, breathlessly mado, )tho agreed an much of tho success of the various show somo spark of Intirost. This County Agent. ttui fusion of tho federal court at cnOTIilJP DOWN. 1500 Times Each Day in Hie U. S. A. How About Your Properly?, f The Continental Insurance Co. PARKS 4 YEISER W.k-U,tho-far- m Majestic Theater! : . '- WHERE? . T2lty at-wi- s McHenry, Kentucky X2-I-- J all-da- lie ! Admission, 1 0 and 20 cents. sn LUMBER . tle "I-fc'- s nd I the-bott- aJi" SpP -- t. iaur intro-r2!n.ei- - ijr XT of-fo- rfr aitd-Mrs- imm . WL -- . i tLllwnJ'- - " .