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Subscription $1.50 per Yc& NUMBER 46 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, tho Entente- military movements FAITH IN Oil; DEPOSITS DOUBLE REVIVED IN' OHIO COUNT' threatened after May 12. FRIDAY, WEDDING MAY 13, 1921. property caused by the defendant NEAR LQW TWELVE which operntes a coal mine near HARDING RULES ON ". Centertown. KISIIING HIGHLAND DRY ALLIED ULTIMATUM The next term of the circuit court, Recently thoro has been a revival Mr. Goeble Crowe, of Hartford and P. H. APPOINTMENTS In tho belief that rich oil deposits ex Miss Louiso Maddox ot McHenry, which will bo a mixed civil and crimEssential as water may bo to a fishinal term, will convene the first Mon ing party, locating at High View and ist unllor Jhe 'barren- hlll n few and Mr.. Karl Hoover of Hartford, day In July miles north ot Hartford, and a re- and Miss .Julia C. Hess of McHenry, Reichstag Votes Acceptance in a season ot dlstresingly rigid enThe final act of the court Monday Pne Of 3 Highest On List forcement of prohibition, Is tho npol-og- y newed effort to locato It Is being ropalred to the home of Rev. R. E. was the drawing By 221 to 275; Cabifrom the wh.ee! Ju To Be Named; Freer mado. Fuqua, City, Monday night at, or for tho caption of this article. Discovery of oil In n number of near mid-nignet Formed and after much rat- rors for tho July term of court, and Range Given Hut thoro Is sometimes little in a tho 'following names were drawn: nntnn nnil. nn rare occasions. nnt! wells drilled in that community ten. tling of doors, aroused the Parson Griiiul Jury. upon examination of tho credenmuch In a law, wo hope tho party of 'car? ,aB 'end color to and .makes who C. O'. Patterson, James Daniel, W. Berlin, Mny 10. Germany will fishermen, Including Dr. A. B. Riley, j tonab? the conjecture that a lArger tials presented, performed" a double Washington, May 10. Civil ser,n that ceremony uniting each, of, tho cou L, Boyle, Henry K. Minton, C. G. Tay 109 hldden mwhcre sign. M. L. McCrackln, John Taylor, Harvo J,'?01 vice restrictions governing tho cholco This fateful decision born after Sheffield and Fred Robinson, who ' 0CaUty' nml a further tryut J t0' pies, In the order gven, in the holy lor, T. C. Dennis, John Smiley, W. J. of postmasters were notified by PresBean, P. B. Taylor, A. B. MllHr, N. f uonus of matrimony. much mental despair, political agony left for High View ,on Green river do given nut neiu. ident Harding today fo give tho ad" Miss Maddox Is a daughter of Mr. J. Faught, Gld Heflln, Fred Mlllor, Tho Smiths Grovo Oil nnd Gas comAiJfJ economic pain, was reached at Sunday, for a wek'svflshlng, may not ministration a freer hand in oxercls- -, almost the twolfth hour. Tho decision bo in nnywny handicapped by a trif- pany, under the management of Mr and Mrs. W. F, Maddox of McHenry, Luther Dooley, W. D. Hardin, A. J. lng Its own Judgment In regard to , j Harold Holbrook Is now drilling a a popular-youn- g lady who graduated Doicenpo.-t- J..H. Coppage, J. T. Wed-id'n- qualflcatlons was mado lata this afternoon. ling matter liko names. of applicants. Isaac Shown, C. T. Balrd. T'. L. well on the Brown farm-- , at a point from the McHenry High School upon Tho Nationalists, tho German Peo n p. In an executive order affecting apabout GOO "feet from tho nearest pro the date of her marriage, while Mr. inaonon, Eugeno Stroud, C R. Ash-bple's party and tho Bavarian People's HOUSEBREAKING CAMPAIGN proximately 13,000 posfbfflces ot tho J. N Leach. party voted not to sign and refused to HAS OPENED IN COUNT' ducing well, and this company Is con Crowe Is, a son of Judge and Mrs. C. first, second and third classes, Petit Jury- templating drilling nt least two oth- - M. Croy.-eof Hartford, Industrious reenter tho now government coaliauthorized the selection, of E. E. Tlnsley, James W Rowe, and much esteemed by nil who know campaign Tho natlon-wld- o tion. of cr wells in the community, Claud Hudson, Sid Swift, J. H. Black, any ono of the Jlrst three on tho A recent shooting of the produ- him. housebreaking has struck Ohio cotin- eligible list as determined by open Miss Hess is a daughter of Mr. and W. G. Ward, W. C. Keene, R. O. Bur- competitive Berlin, May 10. Germany has ac- cts and a number of such depreda- - '"B wells has resulted In an Increas-tfon- s examinations. Under an gess, J. W. Arnold, Solon Chlnn, cepted' tho allied ultimatum. The hnvo been roported recently ' C(1 supply of oil In these wells, and Mrs. Wlllard Hess of McHenry, high George M. McFarland, Scioto Hocker; order of President Wilson, tho execuI tho old-b- ig ly respected and much thought of by fact that this group is tho Reichstag tonight vy a voto of 221 Af tor-wlooseness of morals and a tive could exercise no such army of unemployed aro given as est continuously producing territory her many friends. Mr. Hoover Is W. G. Kirk, I. C. Cox. Jesse Klntr. but wa required, to appoint cholco, to 175 ylflded to tho final demands tho apyoungest son of Mr. and Mrs R. E. Crabtree, W.,'L. Hocker, Morgan encourages the hope the of tho allied powers and In so doing the chief cnusos of tho unprecedented In Kentucky plicant standing at the head ot tha that tho right spot has not yet been, T. HooVer, of Hartford, and connect Ashley, W. J. Maiden, E. L. Brooks, list. agreed to fulfill tho terms of tho number of finch crimes. treaty of Versailles "to tho capacity" Two men, one white and one color-- ; reached. OH operators from.soveral ed with the Hartford Bottling Works. Erton King, W. C. Ashley, Ollie Bash-aIn making the order public, HardJ. A. Bollng, Noble C. Berry, R.' ed, aro now confined in tho county other oil fields have-- visited the coun-Jal- l, He is energetic and has a host of of tho nation to do so. L. Taylor, S. H. Hedges, J. A. Veach. ing issued a statement saying that tho ty since the Smiths Grove Company friends to wish him well. charged with such offenses. Ho- Dr. Wlrth, tho Centrist leador, new arrangement had been decided, The lateness of the marriage hour S. S. Acton, Ira Bozarth, Lon Gentry, upon, because It finally succeeded In forming a coali mor McN'utt, colored Beaver Dam boy decided to make further tests-owould permit such. Q. M. Benotn, Dennis Asjiley, C. C. tion cabinet, composed ot Centrists, and a son of a respectable colored the territory, and If this well proves was occasioned bytherfact that Miss elements as a business training and Majority Socialists and Democrats, man of that community is charged to bo n producer other companies will Maddox was Just completing her DennsI, J. J. Harrison, Q. W. Lamb. experience to figure in the selectlon. graduation in high school the cere which, confronted by grave necessl-jt- with breaking Into tho store of J. T. nt once getactive in this field. of postmasters and would not stako SEASON'S ROAD PROGRAM s. The fact that these wells, have monies lasting until ten o'clock Mon speedily decided that acceptance Vincent and stealing' a quantity of the" cholco merely on "a cloistered! his!llucC(1 through a longer period than day night a.nd by the time arrangeof the ultimatum was tho only course. Tho boy stoutly denies The county's road prosram for the scholastic examination which might In making this announcement to guilt, but has so far been unablo to nn' other wells In the state Is an en ments could be completed and the result In a high trlp'to Hartford made, it was twelve season promises marked improvement not guaranty grade In theory but tho Reichstag tho now chancellor ask- secure his release on a fifty dollar couraging evidence that there may a of efficiency in fact." in the public highways. The inly ed for an Imemdlato decision by that bond. Ills examining trial Is set for still bo paydirt under those hills. The or a bit later. Mr. and Mrs. Crowe Favors Congressional Action discovery of oil In really paying quan remained with Mr. Crowe's parents large feature of such work contembody.and in the voting which Wednesday. The President also pointed out that plated is tho completion of tho grad govornraent was sustained. A mere Interesting character charg- - titles would attract a large volume until about 3 o'clock, that morning, ing o tho remaining four milfs of a choice among the first three alrca- capital country, to the thru when they left for Beaver Dam, Tho allied ultimatum required a ed with a similar crime Is a white of Ridge road, at ,the ex- dy is permitted for fourth-clas- s deflnlto reply, based on "yes" or man who is charECd with breaking In- - wnic.n overyuouy woum receive more whore they caught the early train for the Pleasant under permanent civil pense of the staet, tho county having no;. No conditional reply would be'to both depots at Fordsvllle. Ho or lcss benefit, and It would .perhaps Cleveland, Ohio, where. Mr. Crowe paid the required amount on work service regulations as fixed by law. Jntortalned, and tho ultimatum was gives his name as Chnrles Smith, his be worth while for everybody to lend has a position. He expressed the hope that Congress We are of those who extend con- on this road. formulated to expire on the night ot age at nineteen and his home nowhere encourngement to the present effort A promising feature of the sum- would extend these permanent regu gratulations and best wishes for the May 12. In particular. He was brought down to further tryout the venure. by lations to all postmastershlp3 success and welfare of these young mer's work is that the county's three bringing by Marshal Burton, of Fordsyjlle. To lny Hugo Sum. them under the classified tractors will bo kept in opeiatiou in "l$I,ACK CAT CLUB MEETS people throughout lives. Tho total sum which Germany is after an examining trial "beforo Esgrading work, and these should bo civil service. calle upon to pay is 0,750,000,000, quire Ben ncc. Smith pleads guil- Today's action was the first Imi able to cover a large section of. tho ... n THE" CIRCUIT COURT Into one of tho depots, ' Mrs. Goodoll R. Wootcn and Mrs. disarmament must bo carried out by county beforo the season closes. portant step' taken by the now ad L. T. Riley entertained the Black Cat Germany in accordance with tho pro- -' bul balks at confession of the double ministration in regard, to the gener- ' TTn Tho May term of tho Ohio circuit Where the graders can not be used al problem of patronage, IS UUIilb "lU MIIHH WJU WilMU.. 11U la linlni lis.1.1 111 n1.nlt ttin Club on Saturday afternoon at the visions of the treaty and the trial of A.lmn and Is un court adjourned Monday, after a satisfactorily tho "hand" system will dorstood to beautiful cpuntry home ot the former Avar crlmlnnls must be put Into ef- - nctlon of tho grand jury. have been decided on afsupplement the result, and the years Smith claims, to have ben reared a few miles from Hartford. A num- sitting of a week and aay, and disfeet. Numerous ter extended conferences between the other Important work will no doubt show splendid "(terms in which Germany has been in In an orphan's home at Buffalo, New ber of Interesting games of Five Hun- posing of a large volume of busi President, Postmaster General Hays ' York, and acknowledges that lie has dred were played. Mrs; A. D. Kirk ness. Judge Slack returned to his lefault will bo enforced. and other high administration ofNoncompliance with tho allied ul- no trade or occupation. He says ho making tho highest score. A deli- home in Owensboro Monday afterficials. It hasjieen forecast as a part ' DIED ON OPERATING TABLE timatum would havo subjected Ger- dropped Into Fordsvllle from tho late cious salad course was served. It noon. ot the postoftlce reorganization plan' Business disposed of after our remany to tho occupation by tho allies train Sunday afternoon. He claims was altogether one of the most sucMrs. Alvln Rowe, of Centertown, under contemplation by theNpostmas-te- r ot tho Iluhr Valley and whatever to be only hlnoten years old but ap- - cessful meetings in tho history of tho port last week was: general. hosClub. Tho guests wore Mesdames J. In the action of Frank Black Sr., diedon an operating table in a other military and naval- measures l,eare to be twenty-fiv- e Text Of Orilcr. pital at Evansvlllo early Monday M. Singleton, ot Kiobe, Japan; M. L. administrator ot the estate of Frank jvoro deemed advisable. Tho text ot President Harding's niornlng. Mrs. Rowe" was undergoing McCracken, D. S. Sullengor, A. D. rflack Jr., against the Security Insurmo now cauinot is generally re FOWEIiL TICIIENOR order follows: Kirk, M. H. Murphreo; Misses Winnie ance company, in which the plaintiff an .operation for goiter. IS MAKING GOOD garded as a makeshift, largely un""When a vacancy exists or hereFuneral services were held at CenDavis SImmerman, Ellzabeih Moore, had been granted the tertown Thursday, representative but good enough to after which the re after occurs in tho position of postLexington, Ky. May 11 1921 Emllye Pendleton, Martha Stevenson, present term of court the defendant accept tho Entente ultimatum and mains were interred in the local master at an office ot the first, sec-aEdward Powell Tlchenor, a fresh Cllffie Felix, Mary Marks and Mil fnoved for a new trial, which motiffn cemetery. a French advauco Into tho thus avoid or third class, it such vacancy Tho action was to man in the college ot agriculture at dred Stevenson. The hostesses were was overruled. Ruhr. filled by nomination of some perMrs. Rowe was the wife, of Mr. Althe University of Kentucky, Is" doing asslstd In entertaining by Mrs, M. M. recover on nn insurance policy car- vln Rowe, cashier of the Centertown son within tho "competitive classified Cabinet Can Not Last ( ried by tho deceased In theTlefendant good work In all his subjects and wo McC.irmlck. civil service who has required qualiWhile tho cabinet obtained a company. The company entered as Deposit Deposit Bank. Mrs. Rowe fications, are sure he will continue to do so all then the postmaster generaf majority In tho Reichstag, it was assistant cashier". She was a grounds of contest the allegation thnt IKE MASON IN RACE shall certify the fact to tho Civil Ms the undivided support of only the thru his college work. daughter ot the late W. P. Render. Incorrect statements had' been made Young Tlchenor is the son of Al- Service Commission, which shall majority Socialists and Clericals Tho See elsewhere In this Issue tho an- by tho Insured In his application for ney Tlchenor, of McHenry, Ohio coun forthwith hold .an open competitive MOTHER'S DAY. members of tho ither partloi, . is Before coming to tin nouncement ot Hon. I. S. Mason as the policy. examination to test tho. fitness of apdeclared, hare glvtn'it support as ty, Kentucky. a candidate for the Republican nomiIn the case of Cal P. Keown against A Mother's day celebration will plicants to fill such vacancy and when a makeshift and r.ionet pledged to University of Kentucky Powell gradu John Meadows, on appeal from the be held at the Beda Cumberland Pres- such examination has been held and. ated from the Hartford High School nation for Representative. glvo It r'rl.aruentary support. A Mr. Mason requires little Introduc- county court Involving some cost In byterian church, Sunday, May 15. the papers in connection therowlth leading Dbnicciatlc member of tho and was President of his graduating tion to the" people of Ohio county. the action in the lower court, the mo Prof. Reynolds ot Greenville, class. will have been rated, the said commisReichstag satd today: Ho Is a mason and is a' member ot For many years he was one of the tion for new trial was overruled. have charge of the singing and tho sion shall certify the results thereof The cabinet can not last, as it Is most successful teachers In tho case of F. I. Burns and oth program for the occasion, the counafter to tho postmaster general, who shall ' not on a broad enough basis to car- the Acaucaln fraternity which is ya ty, having been principal in a of number ers for drainage ditch In which the which the pastor, Rev. L. D. Harrel, submit to the President tho name of masonic fraternity in the University ry out tho myriad of financial and He is also a member ot the Fresh- of high schools. Later he engaged acceptors had appealed from a de of Caneyvllle, will deliver a sermon. one of the highest three qualified. economic problems Involved in GerIn the Insurance business, but re- cision ot tho county court, the peti- Everybody bring a lunch and come ellglbles for appointment to till sucb( man foot-ba- ll team. man qecoptanco of the reparations setcently returned to teaching, having tioners entered a motion to dismiss psepared to spend the day. vacancy unless It is established that tlement." been principal ot the Pleasant Ridge the appeal, which motion was grant IN COUNT' COURT. m tho character or residence of any "AWe democrats have Joaned'Schlf-fe- r school last year. ed. The exceptors then prayed an DOGS, AUTOS AND TRUCKS. such applicant disqualifies him for' and Gcssler to tho cabinet, reservMr. Mason Is at present Represen appeal to tho Appellate courtx which Faught qualified as guardian appointment. ing to ourselves the right to withdraw ot Lou Myrtle and E,dna Faught, Infant tative of the county and at the ses wow granted. The suit Involves tho In an article lnjhis paper last week "Provided: That at the expirajthom later unless the cabinet Is amFaught deceased sion of 1919 and 1920 made an en- rstoratlon of a ditch Just across the copied from the books ot the tax com tion of the term of any person apchildren plified- to include the German peoand entered In to bond in the sum ot viable record as a legislator A num- river from Hartford. missioner, the number of dogs appear pointed to such position thru oxami- - n ple's party." In the divorce proceedings of Daisy ed as 2,189, number, ot automobiles nation before tho Civil Service Com- - ' $1,000, with the National Surety com- ber ot tho most' important bills pass.Fails To Meet Favor. jr pany as surety. ing tho lower house at the stMslon Johnson against Frank Johnson, the 4G5 and the" number ot trucks S. An mission, the postmaster general mar-I-n Dr. Wlrth, the chancellor, Is un- ' Dorothy James was appointed bear his name, and wero passed thru plaintiff was granted a judgment ot examination of the license records ot his .discretion, submit the name ot favorably regarded by tho industrial- guardian of Willie Owen 'and Les-H- o his untiring energy and resourceful separation.--Th- e parties are colored the county court clerk's office shows such person to the Prosldent on ists and banking interests because and interesting shifting of tho Jane Smith. Infant children ot ness. If nominated and ole"tcd, Mr. folks. without 'further examilie Is closely associated politically Lesllo P. Smith, deceased, and was Ma&on v.'ll again represent, the counNola Cummins was gfantod a diand vldlcltudes ot the public nation. Ylth Mathlas Erzborger, his predo- - bonded In tho sum of $2,500. with ty v with reference to these, types of prophonor alike to himself nnd vorce from Jesse Cummins. "No person who has passed hl3 cessor, as finance minister, who advo- Morgan James and J. II Durall as his 'oh'tHiients. Tho case of Molllo Hayden against erty. To Illustrate, tho number ot or who has not actually ro, the Rockport Coal company, which dogs was almost constant from tho slded within the delivery of such ofcated a raid on capital, rather than surety. FREE ONLY A FEW HOURS had been on the docket for several date ot assessment, July 1, to Jan- fice for two years noxt preceding such Indirect taxes, as a means ot meet Marlon HImes qualified as admin- years with one trial resulting In a uary 1, a decrease ot eleven. Tho vacancy, shall be given the examinaing Gormany's pressing financial , istrator ot the estate of Ed Gldcomb, Daisy Carter, a colored woman of hung Jury, was dismissed jioeds. without assessor found 2,189 dogs and the tion heroin provided for. deceased. His bond was fixed at Tho conservative elements in the ! ? 300, which was secured by T. S. Haytl was given" her freedom In cir- prejudice, on motion of the plaintiff. number of tags sold by the county "If, under this order, Jt Is doslredv cuit court Monday afternoon and sur- The suit grew out ot an alleged dam- clerk was 2,178." Tho assessor's re- to make nomination tor any offlcoot Reichstag regard tho cabinet as too Wright and Fonza Decker. rendered it Monday uight. No, Dai- age to plaintiff's dwelling, duo to cav- cord shows Ohio county citizens own- a person n the competitive classified ' socialistic and Incapable of outlining sy was not before tho court on a ing of earth 'under foundation of ed 455 automobiles July 1, 1920, but service, such person must, first be " a policy whoreby Germany can begin DEMOCHATS REFORM LINES " charge- - by the commonwealth; she house, resulting,, from oxcavatlon by the clerk" licensed C8 January 1, found by theX!IvIl Service, Co in mis- - ' Immediately meeting the Entento's was tied by the thongs ot matrimony the coal company, Tho Domocrats hold precinct financial demands. 1921, showing 113 tin lizzies and slon to meet the minimum requireat tho various voting places In to a man from whom sho was seek- - .. In the action of II. J. Brown and limousines had been purchased be- ments for tho offce." Tho present cabinet Is the out- growth of two days of the Wildest tho county Saturday, and a number ot ing a divorco, and a tow hours, after others against R. A. Bridges nnd oth-- ; tween thoso dates. But the biggest ,CARD OF THANKS. possible chaos, In which the parties the nowly elcted product members getting her decree of divorce was ers the jury failed to agree to a ver- change was in auto trucks. At the met 5lay and night and finally, in met in Hartford Monday for the' pur-- J married to Henry D. McHenry. This dict, standing seven for plaintiff and timo ot taking the assessment only Wo wish to extend our slnCero a venturo and five tor defendant. Five women sat five such trucks was owned in the lesnoratlon, tho members agreed up- -' pose ot electing a chairman and sec- - is Daisy's second-martia- l on au improvised slate, which under- - retary. L. B. Tlchenor was elected the third for Henry D. The very on this jury and, It Is reported that county, but January 1 the number, as thanks to pur many friends who so waft scores ot changes In the last j chairman and McDowell Foglo was brevity of Daisy's freedom Indicates four women favored the plaintiff and shown by the clerks' licenses record, kindly assisted us when our home , secretary. Only a small num-- j that she is one woman who does not one woman "was for a verdict for the was 217" These flRur forty-eig" elven to was destroyed by flro April 20th. hours and admittedly G. R. CARSON, on woman's' defendant. The suit was Involved a illustrate the rapid Increase in motor have obtained ratification . bor of tho faithful turned out for the stand Sampson-stron- g Ky t PPUld I I nnnnaanrv w wwv. -- -. A. H. BISHOP and family. , rlchta. claim of the plaintiff for damages to transportation vehicles. .nh.it nni hoan ..WW- - y in oTiaoIt npfislnn. . wvv JUUU ..OH.W. " ht g, y. t . ar y, pro-goodips . tr-.el4 N nd Is-ncom-lortab- lo tter forro-nomlnatltor-tun- es 1 y i j ht nev-.eloct- ed V -- S .flf it h 1 J Minneapolis Journal. Tho peoplo of WOMAN JURY SERVICE Cannda nro of tho same stock as ours, UIM Mil IS WISELY DISCUSSED "they hold slmllnr Ideals and aro noar IN ulVORCES GRANTED neighbors." Of course, It Is pointed out, "tho United States has more First Kentucky Judge To Put Women cities and a greater hoterogenolty of On Jury Discusses Quespopulation than her northern neightion Pro and Con. States Now Heads bor, and both conditions tend to augUnited ment crime nnd divorce." Tho JourWorld In Breaking Tho Laurel county' circuit court nal thinks thnt some observations reMarriage Vows. cently made by a Canadian Judge was tho first in Kentucky to engage lecturing at the University of Minne- women for Jury service. In Septem sota dc3crvo careful consideration. ber 1920, soon after tho passago of THE UNIVERSAL CAR Japan hn3 yielded td Christian Am- Ho calls attention to the more speedy tho federal Woriion Suffrage amend erica the possession of the highest na- ndnilnltsratlon of justice In Canada ment was announced, Circuit Judgo tional divorce 'rato, nnd the figures, and to tho greater difficulty of ob- Lewis in holding, court In Laurel That Universal Ford After-Sdrvic- e when coupled with tho sensational taining divorces. In Ontario, the county placed one woman on tho divorce cases to which the dally pa- most populous provlnco, "tho only grand Jury nnd three on tho petit which is ever behind Ford The most reliable after-servic- e pers havo devoted such extensive way a divorce can bo obtained is by Jury. cars, trucks and Fordson tractors is positive assurance to the ownby our religious act of Parliament. space, are regarded Consequently, Recent service, and vory satisfacers of Ford cars of the constant use and service of their cars. press ns a sinister commentary on tho not moro than four or five persons tory service, too, In the Ohio circuit state of American society. Since tho apply for a divorce in a year." The court, of women jurors, suggests tho Our skilled Ford mechanics know how to adjust or repair of the Important point in all this, says The timeliness of reproducing the followwar tho moral leadership Ford products so that they will serve to the maximum of their efworld has been accorded (o America, Journal is "how effective legal pro- ing comments of Judge Lewis on the ficiency. They understand the Ford mechanism thorouhgly, and but now, we are told, her position In cedure can be in checking crime' and question of woman Jury service. can make adjustments or replacements quicker than other repairseriously shaken divorce. Through lax and diverse this respect must ho Tho laws must be amended covermen who lack Ford training. There is a standardized way for by the revelations of the Internation- laws relative to crime and divorce the ing the selection of talesmen and oth making every repair and adjustment on a Ford car. It is the al Itcform Bureau, whose report has United States has bred disrespect for or handicaps overcome If women Jubeen ssued and published by sev- law and authority. Wo are now reap ry service Is to become general, ii quickest, surest way; and in all their work our mechanics follow Just eral religious journals. It takes ing tho bitter fruits of such a policy." the conclusion oT Circuit Judge Lewthe methods recommended by the Ford Service School at the Ford years to collect nnd computo such Only one Stato In the Union is, London, the first Judge in Kenfactory. The standardized repair jobs are covered by reasonable statistics, so tho figures now being South Carolina has no divorces tucky to order the placing of rheir Ford charges. Thus you are assured of having your work done dlscust aro for tho year 191C. They against its record, for the very good names in I he regular Jury whaels properly, promptly and at a reasonable price. Genuine Ford parts thirty-tw- o American States reason that tho law does not permit His observations follow: show that Ford mechanics, Ford special tools and machinery and Ford ranging from Vermont, with Its 153 them. Of tho rest, only d "It Is wilh extreme reluctance tha charges are an unbeatable combination. divorces to every 100,000 population, havo a rate lower than that of Ja- 1 make atv sluttment vn till on wo to Nevada, with CG2 have a dlvorco pan. Tho comparative net divorce rt on Jury service. During the Jehru-rtr- y When you require service we are at your immediate comrato higher than that of Japan. So ratcs; per 100,000 of population by tfrm cf 'he Laurel Circuit Court mand. Indeed, has become tho States will prove Interesting In to peo- ;92i, ,e .rad one woman on tho evil that sociologists and religious plo of the representative States, and grand Jury and three on the petit Ju leaders look upon it as a national a table of tho International Reform ry. calarnty and the report would seem Bureau's report presents them as fol"At first it wns rather noticeable to bear out the view that the churches lows: that tho members of the bar looked BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY must set themselves seriously to the Nevada, 652; Montana, 413; Ari on the service of women- - on the Jury of combating tho evil if they zona, 358; Oregon 277; Washington with some misgiving. task There seemtho social fabric. 239; California 230; N. H., 227; In ed to be pervading the court-roowould preserve a "There Is real need now to emphasize diana, 223; Texas 221; Michigan 221; fear that women would b'e extreme In in home, in church, and in school the Arkansas 220; Missouri 202; Idaho certain cases, more especially violaalarming menace to our country's- 196; Now Mexico 191; Wyoming 186; tions of the prohibition laws, nnd wolfare in these statistics," declares Illinois 1S3; Ohio, 176; Rhode Is- there seemed to be some fear that The' Christian Observer (Presbyter- land 176; Oklahoma 170; Iowa 1C8; they would be extreme In all criminal ian.) "God's word should be studied Florida 163; Utah 158; Kansas 155; and penal cases. and taught with greater zeal that Vermont 153; Nebraska 144; Ken"At first the women were usually this national shame mny b removed.' tucky 140; Connecticut 130; Ten- challenged. Several of the attor. According to the report, Japan's rale nessee 12S; Colorado 12S; Louisiana, neys would ask for a panel and when was 229 in 1SS6, but a Federal law 115: Delaware 114; Maine, 112; any woman was drawn sho was usualbrought it down in 1SDD to 131. and Minnesota 108; Mississippi 105; Mas- ly challenged. However, it soon beby 1911 it had fallen to 10:. The sachusetts, 101; Alabama 101; S came apparent that the women on rate for all States in this country in Dakota 95; Virginia 92; Wisconsin the Jury were not extreme. In other 1916 was 136 divorces for each 100,- - S3; Maryland 87; N. Dakota 75; words, Instead of standing out for the (that is, not Pennsylvania, 74; West Virginia 69; maximum punishment they were 000 net population counting Roman Catholics, who do Georgia 54; Now Jersey, 54; New found readily agreeing with the men not permit divorce except in rare York, 44; North Carolina 30; South on moderate verdicts, and it was very cases of papal dispensation) and 112 Carolina 0; District of Columbia, 15. noticeable that the bar was no longer divorces for each 100,000 tjlal popu.a tm afraid of accepting the women on the lation (including Roman Catholics). When the baby takes too much jury in the trial of criminal cases. It is revealed further that there are food the stomach turns; the result Is "I doubt whether tho service of six counties in five States which had Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. women on juries should'bccome genmoro divorces than marriages at tho Frequently the bowels are involved eral. I know that under our present time tho statistics were compled and there is colic pains nnd diar- law on the subject of jury trials In Oklahoma, Pawnee County; 1 rhoea. McGee's Baby Elxlr is a grand criminal cases the service of women Nevada, Washoe, 1 to 0.S7; Califor- corrective remedy In the for the stomach on juries is impracticable. nia, Trinity, 1 to 0.85; Tennessee, ind bowel disorders of babies. It is trial of cases of offenses which' may Rutherford, 1 to 0.87; Oregon, Union pure, wholesome and pleasant to be punished capitally the Jury must 1 to 0.87; Clackamas, 1 to 0.92. Ite-n- o '.ako. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. bo kept together In charge of an ofhas given place to Seattle a3 the 3oId by Ohio .County Drug Co. m ficer. On the trial of other felonies great divorce center, and Atlanta after the case Is submltte"d to the Jucomes into prominence as tho "Reno ry they must bo kept together In of tho South" sharing tho distinction, charge of an officer. Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoke with Savannah. "Where one of the jury "goes they 'joy and real smoke contentment if you'll get close-u- p But none of these cities enjoys its j must all go and where one stays they notoriety, says a writer in the Balti to a jimmy pipe! Buy one and know that for yourself! must all stay. They have to be kept more American, ana measures are together overnight, so it can readily Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a being taken to relievo them of an be seen that there must be a change By JONATHAN BRACE jjijjc o mc (jicaiuai iicui, iuc uujjjieiii ana most appeEverywhere, distinction. of the law respecting criminal trials Prlnct Alhirt h tizing smokeslant you ever had handed out! Judges, lawyers, sold In loppy rtd we are told further, VIII. ltvTthis State if the service of women baft, tidy rtd tint, clergymen, legislators, and welfare SOUTH CAROLINA on juries becomes general. hand torn pound You can chum it with a pipe and you will once and hall pound tin of tho sitL workers attest the gravity "Many splendid women who are humidori andintho AS MAItY-you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and pound crystal ffat AND uation in urging reform measures and competentfor Jury service, both Inhumidor with greater apprestriving to arouse a had been tellectually and In every other re spong molttintr parch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) top. made a prociation on tho part of the people of spect, will find it impracticable to Why every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; prietary govtho sanclty of the marriage bond. So leavo home and attend regularly the ernment,. 1 n j every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the far little seems to have availed sessions of the court. Many of them like manner against the evil. Delving Into the In fact, most of them are the last! You can't resist such delight! the territory court records falls to disclose what mothers of children, small children extending from Virginia to FlorAnd, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when might be termed the main cause of that can't well be left at home nnd ida was granted by Charles H but, says the 1GG3 to eight gentlemen as a away from'a-mother'increased divorces, in you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert ! Such enticcare and superreward for their efforts In his writer In the Baltimore paper, there vision, and most of these women live ing flavor yoviever did know ! And, P. A. stays put beThe name Carolina behalf. aro some clearly defined major, If out In tho country so far from the cause comes from tho Latin, Carolus, crimp cut and it's a cinch to roll ! You try it I not main, factors to be found among seat of government that they can't U- meaning Charles. It was not contributing causes of the alarmthe tond Couit during the uiy and spend really named after Charles II, ing increase. Ho reports that the nights at borne. but originally In honor of Charles "These factors, which are to be "I also find .that ther?- - Is snme IX, king of France, by Huguefound in the observation of judges, sentiment among men and women nots who built a fort near Beaucourt recorders and others In close opposed to the service of women on fort In 1502. Copyright 1021 Tho fact that the Cnrollnns touch with divorce proceedings, inJurle3. It seems to me that before by K. J. Reynold became later two distinct coloclude the laxity of law and its adminTobacco Co. the service properly can become genJVlniton-Silenics was due to chance. It hapfche istration, making decrees easy to get eral the trial Judge would have to N.C. : pened that tho earliest settleIn many States, a growing tendency be empowered to direct the summonments located at points far reof young folks to wed In. haste, fail- ing of a Jury to bo cntlroly mada up moved from each other. Tho ! uro on the part of parents to exercise of women or men, as tho court the State or tho defendant consents tho persons put In the Jury wheol for havo a panacea for all our ills, esfirst permanent settlements In n proper oversight In the matter of sorvlce, and since tho majority of pecially tho governmental ills, but is thought best, but such a,' statute or not South Carolina were about ""It Is for the reasons above In- women In rural sections list uo prop their children's associates, a might meet with trouble along conCharleston, while those In North thero not danger of our going too public mind, which seems to hold Carolina were around Albemarle stitutional lines as Infringing on tho dicated that. J express some doubt as erty this statute must also bo modi- - far afield? These aro questions sound. The life in tho two secthe marriage vows lightly and conserights of litigants in tho selection of to the advisability of attempting to fled before service on Juries be- that demand the sober Judgment of tions also was quite different. quently attaches little moral weight our laws so as to make Jury comes general among women in this our best thinkers." a jury South Carolina was largely deto tho divorce. State. "3o.u have suggested the dea of service by women general. voted to" the cultivation of rice "The 'Jazzing wife' Js coming Into "I have 'the utmost confidence in empowering the court to separate "During tho present term of court and Indigo and the planters soon increasing prominence, according to the jury Irto two parts, placing the we tried one promise of marriage the womanhood of this State. A grow very rich with their large soma statisticians, while the 'unrest' women In charge of a woman Deputy case. When the case was called for great majority of them stand fur all estates on which tho labor was of husbands, a condition atrlbuted to performed by sluves. In fact, Sherl?' and the male part of ttu trial and both sides announced ready that's best and looks toward human For Infants and Children just before tho Revolution tho recent war service, is scarcely less jury In charge of a man, during the tho three women on the petit Jury uplift Mid the world's betterment I populutlou bhowed twice as many conspicuous. But of all tho factors Years trial of cases where tho law requires asked to bo excused, "nnd thero being Have noT'.oubt about their IntVlectua-M- y In Use For Over blacks as whites. thnt can be traced directly to the or mental polae or competency Always bears the jury to be kept togethor, but I no objection it was done. Many In 1720 tho government of tho the war the 'slacker marriago' figures doubt "the advisability of such legis- things wore brought out on the trial To render flrst-clas- 'j jury aervlco. tut Signature of Carollnns wns turned back by most prominently. From .every lation. that no woman would care to hear in is l. btJt for women? Is no, such the lord proprietors to thejdng iourco comes comment on tho largo "There is another trouble that private much less In public. Had eith- service cufe In the hands at our nnd thero wns then formed tho number of such marriages that are must be met if tho service of womon er tho Commonwealth or the defen- hplendld jien? It r not practicable two separnto provinces. Surgeons agree that in cases of now being dissolved. It is woll known dant in this case objected to the court now and can It be made such with- Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho South Carolina was (ho eighth becomes. general. "The 'marrying parson' and tho ML by tho bar, the court and in fact the permitting these women to stand out amending our Constitution, are first treatment is most important. state to adopt the Constitution, vorcc- lawyer' come In for a large moa- the vote of ratification being pooplo generally, men" and womon, aside I doubt very seriously whether questions to be considered. More- When an efficient antlsoptlc Is applipassed In May, 1788. Tho Palawro of censure, and in many inthat thero are certain cases that wo- the court could have properly done over, does the motherhood of this ed promptly, there is uo dangC of metto state, as South Carolina stances marriages by judges, Justices men would object to trying. Women so. would not It have been an in- State desire this added duty? Infection and tho wound beglBS to Is sometimes called, extends over pence, nnd such officials are "Wo are living in an age of dis- heal at once, For use on man or qf tho have got to lay aside tholr modesty fringement upon the rights of ts 110,08!) squaro miles, and It parcontent following in tho wako of the beast, Uorozone Is the ideal antlsep-tl- o frowned upon as lacking in solemniand hear and try these casoa with all in tho selection of a jury? ticipates lu tho presidential electy." the details and circumstances or else 'Under our present law the Jury world's conflict. Agitators and and healing agent. Buy it now tion to tho extent of nine -- Why "should there be less dlvorco tho trial judgo must have power to commissioners reformers cover thq earth, and be ready tor an emergency. P.rUt in filling tho Jury by JlcClur Ncwipaptr Syndicate.) allow the women doing Jury service wheel must select from the last re- They aro loud in their demands for 25c, 60c, $1.00 and ?1.60, Solo? and fewer serious crimes in Cauada to step aside lu such cases whether turned assessor's books tho names of than Jn tho United States, asks tho j rciorms auu pretond to. Ohio County Drug Co. LOSES LEAD - one-thir- wide-sprea- d, BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY m - A pipe's a pal packed with P. A.! -- The Story of uur orates s it's Fringe Albert national joystnoke free-and-ea- CASTOR rA 30 CAa&ffi&k - liti-gun- tj. an opportuno time to lnaugurato an untried socialist experiment with one particular group of tho nation's workers," Mr, Walker said. "Suppose that a minimum wngo is established for rallroaad workers. This class, then, is to rccclvo emoluments So-Cal- lShowsReason Why simply becauso they aro railroad workers, and have the economic powcd Living Wage Can er to enforce their will on tho rest of Not Be Practical. tho country. How lang nro workers In other Industries going to permit stnto of affairs? such a To adopt tho theory of tlio livMost serious evils would result to ing wngo as n bnsls for determining this country If any attempt were mado prlnclplo withrailroad wnges would bo "to nccopt on to apply tho Untried theory of stato socialism or out having worked out in a most comprehensive manner the method of to countenance creation of a class," according to John Us application." Labor's charges that it was conQ. Wafbor, summing up" tho testl-- l sidered a commodity by tho railroads mony of tho carriers In tho wage economies could bo effectcase before the railroad la- Ihat-man- y bor board. Mr. Walber, who repre- ed by the roads, and that capital had sented tho Eastern roads, completed combined to crush labor, wero theotho roads' rebuttal and brought their ries which exist only in the minds of fight for lower wages to a conclu- a fow individuals', Mr. Walber oaid. George F. Drowriell, speaking for sion in a lengthy argument In which he attacked tho whole theory of the the Erie and other Eastern roads living wage, urged by the employes earlier today, declared nn cmergoncy ns tho fundamental principle In the existed in tho railroad Industry and asked tho board to cuspend Us wago wago'case. living wage, according to the award of July 1920 pending a new Tho railroads' Investigations, Mr. Wal- adjustment of wages. When tho roads completod .their ber said, was not an amount necessary to maintain an employe and his fml-l- case tho employes asked permission but "represents a standard on to file a written reply to any state which certln persons would like to ment of tho carriers which they de- slrd to answer and the hearing was live." "Tho theory of tho living wage, is concluded. No intimation was given as to liot now," Mr. Walber continued "Wo do nob Intend to lgnoro It, but we when a decision would b"o handed believe the American people should down, but it was said that tho board know its real purport and tho ulti- would requlro at least n month to mate effect of such a socialistic theory digest the evidence before It. as that laid down by the railroad emDo Your Rest. ployes. Amious To l'ny Just AViirc. Everyono should do all he can to "Tho railroads are anxious and wljjtng to pay employes a Just and provide for his family and in order reasonablo wage for Just and reason- to do this ho must keep his physi able service. We aro not Ignoring cal system In tho best condition poshumanitarian considerations, but on sible. No one can reasonably hope tho other hand wo aro up agatnst a to do much when he Is half sick a practical problem, and Utopian ideals good share of the time. It you aro however pleasing to contemplate, will constipated, bilious or troubled with not satisfy tho railroad men nor any Indigestion get a package of Chamberlain's Tablets and follow tho plain one else on pay day." Mr. Walber reviewed all the evi- printed directions, and you will soon dence presented by the railroads, de- be feeling alright and able to do a "!" m claring that the railroads had clear- day's work. t .. ly shown a reduction in tho cost of living since the wage award of July, "You look llko an idiot," thunder1920. Regarding charges of Improp- ed tho disgusted man to his elite er financing and mismanagement, son, Just returned from college. "You in. Til n liv tho nmnlnvM. tin snlil "nntli- -' grow more and more like a conceitlng could bo further from the truth ed, helpless idiot." or from tho questions now at Issue." Just then an acquaintance of the Ho declared that railroad exhibits old gentleman entered the office and proved that, contrary to the employes saw tho youth. "Hello, Charlie, back, contentions, railroad wages had in- oh?" exclaimed tho visitor, Jl'Vou ri creased In greater proportion than looking more and more -- like your tho cost of living. father ovory year." Negotiations Reviewed. "Ycv" said Charlie, "that's just Mr. Walber rovlowed tho history of what the governor's been telling rae.' past wage negotiations, adding that i rgonaut. previously the employes had uscsd as ' their principal arguments the. cost of; living and comparative wages with. I FOR FLETCHER'S thoso In outside Industries. "Wo can not conceive that this Is Railroad attorney declares wage view . this would mean In tho case RAILROAD PROBLEMS railway which could WORRYING CONGRESS economics In materialsnot effect or labor Senate Committee Devising Plana To Reduce Rates, Which Stand In Way Of RikIiiphs Washington, May 12. With Presi- of a its dent Hording endeavoring thru ex- on6-sld- super-privileg- y, hare-braine- d, isting ngencies to Improve tho condition of the railroads as tho first Important step in restoring commcr cial and industrial normalcy, Senator Cummins Inaugurated last Tuesday an investigation by the Senate committee on interstate commerce of the cause and remedy of tho present plight of tho transportation systems. Tho president believes that freight rates must be lowered In order to business. In this direction has been mado by the 28 cents per" ton reduction in tho rates on coal t. for Croat Lakes The conference to bo held next week by the" Interstate Commerce Commission railway executives and shippers of building materials on the reduction of rates on such commodities is in line with the president's idea that business revival would be promoted by loworing tho transportation co3t of articles used In Industry. trans Whether tho Cummins-Esc- h portation act is a success and wheth er the existing governmental agencies aro equal to the task of solving the present railroad problem are matter's upon which the Senate committee's investigations is expected to shed much light. The first witness heard by tho committee will bo tho railway execu-- . tlves. For Moro Efficiency. Senator Cummins expressed himself strongly today to tho effect that tho railways would bo able tc read-Ju- st their finances, thru higher efficiency in management and reduction in cost of material and labor, to a point where earnings would again cover expenditure charges and a reasonable profit. Ho ascribed present conditions to an Industrial readjustment "Which has as yet proceeded unevenly, not yet affecting costs of production or operation as it had affectRecognizing tho awked earnings. ward period which some of the railways might intervene beforo they had readjusted working costs to a point where net earnings would cover maturing charges on' their debt, he expressed tho belief that the creditors of such railways would be lenient In not enforcing their claim pending the period of readjustment. ro-vltrans-shipmen-- costs intlmo to bridge over tho period of revenues inadequate to cover fixed charges. "That will bo a case for the len iency of creditors," said Senator Cummins. "There probably will bo cases of the kind coming up around next July. But what advantage would it be to tho bondholders' to foreclose? "When railways wero placed In and their mortgages foreclosed in the past thero were two such procedure to get rid of an lncapablo management or to reorganize and recapitalize the roads, least, does not exist. Foreclosure would not help the bondholders. Tho circumstances glvo reasonablo assur ance of adequate net revenue In due course to meet all interest due or overdue. What reason Is there, then that In such a case the bondholders should consent to forego their Interest temporarily until tho readjustment of cost to revenues should have been effected?" Children Cry for Fletcher's I 1i)V fAliwi I il Just-as-go- fak 1 If All 5 or Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has Vcn in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signatur of and has been made under his per-CdL&ftTJsiZfcj- - sonal suPervlslon since Its Infarry. k How n0 7TT 'S7, Imitations and 0Iit t0 dccc,ve yo In this. Counterfeits, " are -Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health o:t Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. jytf About IlhcumntLsiii. People are learning that it is only a waste of time and money to 'take medicine internally for chronic and and about muscular rheumatism, nlnety-nin- o out of a hundred cases are one or the other of these varie ties. All that is really necessary to afford relief is to apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely. Try it. It costs but 3G cents per bottle. Large m slzo sixty cents. MULES IX THE WORLD WAR The poor, despised army mule, disposition and whose dynamite-lik- e active hind legs have won him such an objectionable reputation, was just as efficient In his own little capaci- ty as any other functionary of the late World War. Many a dark night near the front, when shelling started in our vicinity, the unfortunate mules were often subjected to very disagreeable conditions, in some cases receiving such wounds as to necessitate shooting them before wo resumed our march to tho front lines. On some nights, when the enemy was unusually active with his artillery, my company lost as many as eleven head of horses and,mules during a single barrage. In some Instances I have observed remarkable intelligence displayed by mules. . One afternoon In a small patch of woods, where my company was temwith a reality that made us think of home. A small French village lay to our right and In there the.barrage had begun, gradually creeping toward our vicinity and Jeopardizing a group of Jielpless mules that belonged to an artillery outfit. The poor animals seemed to scent tho danger for their ears twitch ed and they grew restless. . Unfortunately, a shell screeched into their midst and burst, I watched, anxiously, to see if any fell, but not a mule went dqwn. After a series of jumps and "leaps, as they were tied, one little fellow seemed to have got loose and trotted over toward another member of the company and myself. When he reached us he stopped before us and looked straight Into our eyes as tho pleading for aid. We examined his wounds and found that he' had received sharpnel Injuries about the neck, right side, and .ears, his halter having been severed by a fragment of sharpnel. Wo appreciated the animal's intelligence and led him to our regihis mental surgeon who dressed wounds in plenty of bandages. Later In the day I saw the little fellow grazing in a field and munching grass as coolly as tho nothing unusual had around In tho white bandages. The happened, 'his long ears bobbing next day my company moved from the woods, and I often wondered what became of the wounded mule. Like oujlndefatlgable wax horsey, the hardworking little mules were on the Job whenever there was real labor to be accomplished, and, aside from an occasional speel of stubborn balklness, they performed their duties with, satisfaction. shelling-starte- Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contams neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, T7ind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach' and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Ss CASTOR! A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought 1TAUCT ZTcU COMIUNV, New VORK CITV. A GASH OFF ' 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 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for froth papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. porarily quartered, the inevitable , i 'Tho railroads," Senator Cummins said, "aro in no different situation from Industries of the" country. Llko many other producing Industries they are confronted with a sudden and violent shrinkage -tho-oth- er ' Oliildren Cry OASTO R'A CHURCHILL DOWNS Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 LOUISVILLE , Stakes: Stw4ar.May7th " mien ton lr country i oldest' course In consecutive years of racing, Churchill Downs, opens for 1921 with the assurance of a raeraonMc teatoa. THE HHTIITf Saturfer, MT 71k MNrWMMI WtimmiJ.HTlltk I4& nrmiTttu Slwtby. May 144 ICRTKIY 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 h been so wide-sprea- d. fetwtUr. SHM May XUt TIUU. IMtKtf Come and enjoy some of this greatest In the programs and the arof sports. rangements for the comfort of patrons, you will find that the management has done its utmost to make everybody happy. SatanUy. May ZCth mCTMUWTTUMICtf Mosaay. May 30th Downs Course Churchill Incorporated Kentucky Jockey Club with consequent Insolvency, and It dition in our family, my children, the government would give financial that ages ago .this barren plain was help to tide over such a situation, Ho covered with a dense forest." replied that turtbr advance of monm ey by the government would be out of the question; that the country FOR FLETCHER'S would not stand tor it. Mr, Cummings was then asked what For a Weak Stomach. As a general rule all you need to do largest jn the country's history, with- Is to adopt a diet suited to your age out allowing for any government and occupation and to keep your guarantee. But the wage costs, bowels regular. When you feel that which formerly were 40 per cent of you have eaten too much and when grass revenue, had got up to 70 per constipated, take one of Chambercent." m lain's Tablets. No Further Advice. The senator was asked it these For a brief Interval the fly walkeconomies could be effected In time ed rapidly in a circle upon the bald to save all of the less strong rail- cranium of the eminent divine. ways from default on interest pay he stroked his stomach mement atvsome intervening due date, ditatively and said: "There is a traThen-pausin- of business which helps to make the selling price of what Is producpd lower than the cost of. .production. They will have to solve tho problem In the same way as other producers are trying to solve It, by the bring Ing of tho cost of materials and the cost of labor Into iine'wlth' the proceeds of what theyihavo to sell.1.' Senator Cummins was asked If It was possible for the rallroads-to'd-thi- s on a sufficiently drastic sca'o' to cover both working expenses and charges on the debt. He replied that he had no doubt of It. "To assume tho contrary," he said "would bo to assume that a national transportation system cannot be If that in this country. were so, there would be nothing to do but for tho government to take It over and pay the annual deficit however heavy, out of the treasury. Tho country must have its transportation system. "But there Is no reason to Imagine anything of the kind. There will be a very large saving n cost of materials. Coal will be lower this year, steel and iron material Is lower except rails and rails will also have to come down: Tho , question, of the wage scale Is In tho hands of the labor board, I do not anticipate its decision or attempt to influenclTit, but even If basic pay Is not changed economies aggregating hundreds of millions will result from the elimination of arbitrary overtime and duplicated service. I believe that $200,000,000 will be saved by these economies alone. Last year the actual railway gross revenues were the BERLIN SENTIMENT TURNS and thus showing Germany's willingFAVORABLY TOWARD TERMS ness to make sincere offers to carry out the terms of the treaty in tho Berlin, May in Ger- hope that tho Invasion of tho Ruhr man political circles was shoving1i region and other penalties will not, drift at noon today In favor of agree- be applied If she temporarily falls ing to the Allied reparations terms. her obligations In every detail. It is now believed a parliamentary coalition which will accept tho Allied "Do you find the movies education- ultlmatum'will be constituted within al?" the nexc 24 hours. "Not any more," said tho confirmBerln, May 9. National Commit- ed patron. teemen of the Majority Socialist and "How is that?" Democratic parties assembled here "I Relieve I have mastered all tho today to discuss the attitude thoso wiles" of movie vampires and thero to organivatlons would tako relative doesn't seem to bo anything else to -- the International situation resulting learn." from the presentation of the Allied ultimatum regarding reparations. There was hope In some quarters that an agreement would be re.'cheu by he two partleu to participate in the formation of a Cabinet to that of Konstuntlne Fehrcnbuch, which resigned last week. -nuc-cei- . v. 'd Telephones f g, Children Cry CASTORIA Dr. Wilbelm Mayer, German .to Tiance, has declined iho Invitation of President Ebert to f rra a rtUnlstry, and the German PoowjVj varly continues itb attitude ot reserve. The leader of the latter organization, Dr. Gustav Stresemann. is strongly opposed to acceptance of the Allied terms. Dr. Meyn has been conferring with members of tho Reichstag, attempting to show that the signing of the Allied demands is necessary. No further progress was made yesterday toward terminating tho Cabinet crisis despite Dr. Mayer's personal efforts to persuade the Clericals to agree to unconditional acceptance of the ultimatum. Dr. Mayer is still In the Reichstag as a member ot the Bavarian People's party, which stubbornly opposes the Allied terms, especially regarding disarmament. Although pledged to abide by his party's decision, Dr. Mayer Is now endeavoring to unite the Clerical party in favor of accepting the ultimatum, hoping that it would then form the nucleus for an emergency coalition, which would command enough votes In the Reichstag in favor ot yielding. Dr. Mayer is reported to bo Impressing the Reichstag, leaders with the Inevitable necessity ot signing or No Need to Wait I haje telephones and supplies in stock. Make a specialty of repair- work. If - you need Wire, rac&eb3 Pins, Spools, Insulators, Insulated Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or any part for a telephone, call, write or phone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock.phone No. 1. - OMu-tu- al W. G. Muffeit Beaver Dam, Ky, LSb.. K "Vffi;?; 'The Hartford Republican COSIPANY sanslilp displayed by one Woodrow r 1918. Wilson in the-yea- ."" Wo have carefully read tho article written by Mr. Thomas as published .HARTFORD PRINTING In our last issue under thti head of Incorporated "Circuit Court Adjourns," nnd by tho Editor of tho Hartford Herald dubbed W. S. TINSLEY, Editor "Solomon's Harem Article" and unnail Jliiilncss Maunder. like tho Herald's editor we failed to anything objectionable or disEntered Recording to law at the find Fostotfice, Hartford, Ky.( as wall courteous in the article On the other hand, had the nrticlo appeared In asattor of the second class, i one of our largo dailies, It would to have more than likely been compliAddress all communications mented as a tolerably good write-uTho Hartford Republican. by the Herald. All who know Mr. Thomas nre perfectly aware that he NOTICE TO SUBSCHU1ERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent meant no disrespect when ho drew up on his Jmaglnntion for what "Old must give a new io dress In address tho request. the old Solomnir' would havo thought had making Business Locals and Notices 10c he looked in on that first feminine ser line, and 8c per lino for each Jury. And to tell the truth, we too insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards havo a "hunch" thnt tho wiso one of Thanks, lc per word, nud Cc for would have had thoughts along those each head line and slgnautre, money lines. No "our get a In advance. Church Notices for services free, bit peeved nnd neither did tho other but other advertisements, lc per ladles who served upon the Jury, that .word. is, In so far as our knowledgo goes, Anonymous communications will and wo have made a bit of inquiry? receive no attention. Tho Herald's Editor even predicts our banishment and exile from our Job. TELEPHONES Altogether, the Herald editorial up59 Farmers Mutual on the subject is uncommonly silly or 123 Cumberland oven more Jocular, by about twenty "Solomon's times, than the MAY 13 Harem Article" and wo acknowledge FRIDAY,. to the world wo believe it's tho latter liibll6ltcil Weekly by "! .V v piecrodiictgf(&xperiene0 p, ''" TREMENDOUS BACK TO jj PRE-WAR Reduction in Chevrolet Prices BASIS. Oltl PrlccM "Four-Ninety"Four-Ninety- wlfe-didn'- t Now I ;' " " " Roadster Touring Coupe $795.00 . $635.00 $ 645.00 PrlccH I. "Four-Ninety"Four-Ninety- Sedan (All Prices P. O. II. Flint, Mich.) I - ...... 820.00 $1325.00 .$1375.00 $ $1155.00 $1195.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS "We R. W. SLACK ' a candidate for Judge of the Sixth . Tor Circuit Judge are authorized to announce Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, , November election, 1921. For County nnd ' District Offices. Wo nre authorized to announce clti-xen- the candidacy of the following s, subject to the action of the Republican party in the primary election August 6, 1921: For Rcpicsentnthe. IRA JONES Arnold. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. I. S. MASON Buford. 4 Tor Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. O. N. STEWART-Bea- ver Dam. MACIC COOK For County Judge: Hartford. WINSON SMITH Select. W. S.' DEAN Dundee. JR. R. WEDDING Hartford. OTTO C. MARTIN J "t: I ei,gea she had takcn th0 property ' Bnmer. nold Cannry, at Nocreek. home at noon tho day before and Music by High School girls at Bac For Sheriff. Mr Noblo ItmHon nnd family r had left It there. I. S. MASON ASKS calaureate sermon and Commence spent Sunday with Mi. Owen Magan GEORGE P. JONES Beda. (By I. D. Claire.) VOTERS' APPROVAL ment night. G. A. RALPH Hartford. and family An editor with an Englishman's That colored table boy Jess, at the This has been t a yery successful B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. Mr Humphrey har 'rcturnad to muuor- - a case ol wiisonms Foster house Is coming out of the year . for the Hartford Schools and her homo CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. S To the Voters of Ohio . County: . . flllrl n fi nllMi la mnra ir Yio at Llvln, after spending tho Imt.. kinks. -' CARL M. TAYLOR v " The other morning, when I thecloslng exercises bid fair to bo week-en- d i nave uegn earnestly solicited uy Beaver Dam. with her daughter, Mis aru " umeieurs once. was laNjtoi breakfast and had tho most entertaining. many of you to make the race for aiiusi " wvw CICERO CROWDER Select. Carl Bell.' dining room all to mysslf Jess disfor Representative?" I T. II. BLACK Hartford. Mr. D. S French spent Sunday If all the fellows who are tslllnp pensed southern melodies In the LIVIA, ROUTE 2. JtfALEN D. HEFIHN Centcrtown. yield to the wishes bf my friends and with his Blstor, Mrs. A, L. Stevens, will to the best of my ability. make an .me mean things to "bead" Flul.e on kitchen while I ate breakfast. It was A number of people from this com- near Hartford. honest endeavor to secure the nomi- are his enemies he must havo a sight just like eating In a fashionable caba- munity attended church For County Clerk: it New BethMr R. C. Hudson Is very 111 at bis ret In the city. ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver nation and If elected to serve you to of enemtes. el Sunday. writing. the best interest of the people of Dam. Mr and Mrs. Otis Clark and little Mrs. Bettio Richardson spent Sat COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Ohio County. 1SOM MITCHELL Battle Nail must be in mighty poor Bell's Run. son, Walter Lewis, spent Saturday urday night with Mr. and Mrs, W. I stand upon my record in the last health, ho has aged "So recently. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. The Commencement Exercises of and Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Blair. General Assembly and feel confident High school and Graded MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. that I can do something to further J. E. MITCHELL Dundee? Hartford men are not as sociable ocuooi win uegm tomorrow night, the promotion of roads, schools and as they used to be. I have been here May 12, with the Declamatory 'ConE. G. BARRASS Hartford. the laboring and farming interests o more'n a week and not one of them test of the Freshmen girls. The sub M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. our county and state. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. has askd me tp take a drink. That jects and participant are: " Congress is making it possible for didn't uster happen. Kathryn' Williams M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. " Laska the Farmers to organize and pool How the Old Horse Won the their products and it will be possible Bet Edyth Tlnsley I note a decided Improvement in For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. fpr the legislature to enact some mea- the morals of the town. Everybody The Skeleton In Armor Corn Planters, one and two row. sures for their relief. Without or has quit drinking. Martyne Sproule WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. K ganization no people can further their Ridinff Cultivators. Jane Anabel Kin? JOHN T. KING Hartford. Interests and keep on a living equali .Corlnne Ward S. A. LEE Sunnydale. There are alot of fellows ready and Horve Riel , Riding PJows; Walking Plows.' ty with the rest of mankind. Hart-lor- d HARNETT L. TINSLEY waiting for the shaking of the post- - The Prisoner of Zende Farm Electric Light Plants. Assuring you of my gratitude for office plum tree when R. F. D. No. 5. Locked Ford the president A gold medal will be given the 1 JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, former honors and that If you again gives the word. If you are interested in' any of these or other items trust me I shall try to be worthy of winner by J. B. Tappan. Route 1. that we cany, just write us a Post Card and we witf your renewed confluence I am, On Sunday, May 15, at 11 a. m , vWith the present higlrcost of hats NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry Very truly, give you special price by return mail.--' This may county Democrats are, slow about the Baccalaureate Sermon will ba Ohio ' I. S. MASON. mean a nice saving to you. preached by Rev. Bruce Lyle, of casting them into Jhe ring. $ xFor Tax Commissioner Nashville, Tenn., at tho Meho(JlEt D. Ev "WARD Hartford, Route 3. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY 'MRS. BURNS ENTERTAINS The greatest enemy ofthe shpe Church. HOY T, KEOWN Fordsville. JAKE WILSON,' Manager. On Monday 'night following an optrust will soon show up-- t barefoot FOItDSVIIiLE, KY. i Mrtf. Tlce Burns entertained the weather. eretta will be given by the Grade pu Fer Magistrate, Woman's Club at net home on Clay S pils. , , (District No. 1) street, Thursday afternoon of last Tuesday night, Senior Class ExerGermany Is being pestered a good IVMaCOY Hartford Route 2. week. were set for .pro- deal just sow by the bill collectors. cises. Following Is the program or A. BOLING Upper East Hart gressive Four tables ' Rook, and six Interesting the evening: lord. games were played, affer which a Blantpn Kills, Proclama I don't see that prohibition dofes President,, (District No. 2.) dainty salad course was served. much good. Fluke came home from tion. VW. CuKNOTT Centertown. Tho guests were: Mesdames W. 'H. his fishing trip as sick as a poisoned Flora Rhoads, Salutatorlan. IELIX SHAVER-'-Ceralvo- . Allbritton, Mayfield; A, W. Bennett. rat, and said it was caused by drink- Freeman Schapmlre, Class' Creed. The greedy band of fire seizes eam home, barn or store. (DJstrlct No. 3) Sherman, Texas; J. S, Glenn, Lyman ing river water. If a fellow Is going Margaret King, Class Historian. JN. M..TAYLOR, Cool Springs. Barrett, A. D. Kirk, M. L. McCrac- - to get sick from drlnklnc I don't see Sallye Shultz, Class Picture. O. E, SCOTT Prentiss. ken, Hooker Williams, E. E. Birk-Uh- at it makes much difference what Kittle Bess Dodson, Class Prophecy. Q. B BROWN Simmons. Is it adequately INSURED? head, Rowan Holbrook, C. E. Smith, (he drinks. Douglass Williams, Class Grumbler. Is u properly SAFEGUARDED? . (District No. 4.) Darrel Sullcnger, A. C. Porter, Clar Loubel. Williams, CJass Poet. W. CHEEK Askins. J. Every Are brings costly Interruptions, ence Igleheart, O. C. Martin, W. I. I have been accused of many crimes Raymond Robertsqn, Class Glftorlan. (District No. 6.) ' danger and inconvenience, that can Woodrlng, Mrs. Helen Igleheart, Mrs. and was often guilty, but it remain Gertrude Schlemmer, Class Will. J. A. EDGE Dundee. Belle Cooper and Miss Sophia not be measured in dollars and conts. ed for Peggy, the llnotypa operator, Amelia Plrtle Class Musician. BDEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. to accuse mo of stealing. I borrow- Emilie Pendleton, Valedictorian- MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. ed her umbrella Tuesday to go over All tho graduates have parts In the (Distrclt No. 7.) , PLANTS FOR SALE, IN SEASON, to the court house but hung it on the above program. ,J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. Eoarllana-BeefsteaWednesday night, Commencement POSTPAID Tomato, When she k rack when I returned. furnishes Jnsurance of the highest grade. Consult our agency, ,,J. N. LOGSDON Roslne. etc., 12 20c; 25 35c; was ready to go home In tho after evening: Address will be delivered 50 GOc; 100i f 1.00. Sweet Potato, noon she demanded the ralnshelter. by Prof, J. L. Harmon, Presldont of ' . About the sorriest spectacle we Nancy Hall, 100 4Qc; 300 ?1.00. I sworo to my innocence but Bhe was tho Bowling Green Business Univer"kaovr of, from a democratic stanunconvinced! However, she came in sity. Presentation of scholarship Hartford, Ky. E. M. MORTON, ,. dpoint at least, was the blind parti- - 43t4 smiling next morning, and acknowl- - medal, and diplomas by Prof. J. P. CentertowD, Ky. fc For County Attorney. Hartford. The burley growers of central Kentucky are trying to work out a plan of tobacco marketing that offers some tangible promise of usefulness. Tobacco, like all other commodities, must yield under any circumstances to supply and demand, but the purpose In view Is to stabilize rather than to infla'te prices. Under the present system of marketing the same grade of tobacco that sells for a given price today" may bring a much higher or lower price tomorrow. It is to equalize prices that the burley growers are in the main attempting to bring about. The plan Involves first n pledging of 75 per cent of the crop to a selling organization, which will receive and grade the tobacco and effects sale at a uniform "price for a given grade. Tho plan will involve the raising of a large capital which will In part he supplied by the banks and in part by the growers, who may use their notes as collateral to the banks until the crop Is marketed. The saving featute of the plan is to employ expert experienced salesmen and handlers of the tobacco. High salaries for such men nre expected, but results aro expected to counterbalance .such expense. Growers of western Kentucky tobacco will do well to watch the experiment of the burley growers and If It succeeds pattern after it. BREADS i J Tho purchase of a Chovrolet'Four-NInety- " Automobile is an enduring investment in satisfaction. Built into It is an economy of operation" nnd a certainty of service which Is characteristic pf Chevrolet products everywhere. Refinements of appointment, comfort, nnd appearance, distinguish It readily as n car of unusually low price for its value. ''ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE."' p Taylor-Morri- s Motor Co. HARTFORD, KY. ' -- u ,f 1.1 7"j : v tmmmsMM Chevrolet "Four-Ninety- " Touring Car, N f,0,0, flint, Midi. ODDLY STRUNG ' .... .... r- - , Gar-Hartfo- rd "Real Bargains" ' ' 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. How About Your Property? The Continental Insurance Co. PARKS 4 YEISE8 ' Mrs SUMMER SUGGESTIONS FOR THE LADIES Oxfords and Strap Slippers SillcHose, all shades. Georgette Blouses Silk Dresses t House Dresses Kimonas Middy Blouses Silk Teddies Silk Underskirts .....' $4.00 to $10.00 $1.00 to $3.50 $4.00 to $10.00 $15.00 to $35.00 $1.00 to $2.50 $2.50 T$1.25 to $3.50 $2.50 to $3.50 $4.00- to $6.00 $1.00 to $2.50 $1.50 to $5.50 50c to $2.50 . . .$1.75 to $3.00 50c, 75c and $1.00 daughter, Katlir'yn, are visiting tives In Loiiisvlllo this week. Carl Ande.rson nnd little rela- Mrs. C. E. Smith will go to Central City today to visit her sister, Mrs. Eu-l- a Fortney, who Is sorlously 111. InUriintlonnl Cultivators It takes a ninn to operate other cultivators, but any eighth or ten year old child can opcrnto tho International. It has C shovels and 2 disc hitlers. It has no equal. The price Is right. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 44t4 .' . ;. Silk Camisoles Corsets Combination Suits Silks, all shades, per yard Fancy Voiles, per yard , Crepe de Chine, per yard Shilling Silks36 inch wide, per yard Soft Silk, per yard .$2.00 $1.00 50c toN$1.00 $1.50 to $10.00 Ladies' Hats , -- Mrs. W. II. Albrltton, who has betn Miss Gladys Bennett returned vto Loulfivlllo Sunday, after spending a visiting her sister, Mrs. Tlce Burns, fiW days with her parents, Mr.and returned to her home nt Mayfleld, " Mrs. D. S. Bennett. this week. Mrs. Burns accompanied . her sister homo for a few dnys vis-- It Mr. A .W. Bennett, of Sherman after which she will visit her fathTexas, arrived Thursday to Join hi er, Rev. A. S. Petty, at Hlcknjan. wlfo and daughter, who are visiting relatives in Hartford. Accordion Pleating, box or knife pleating, skirts under 20 Inches 70c, The annual decoration of Soldiers over 20 Inches $1.25, postpaid. Hem-- 1 graves will take place at East Provi stitching 10c yardi thread free Cov- -j dence In the afternoon of Sunday, creel buttons. Benu tor catalogue nna May 22, at 1 o'clock. general Information. MRS. MELOAN'S Pleating Houso, Mr. 'John T. Moore, who had been 46t2 Murray, Ky. taking his annuaf fishing trip on lower Rough river, returned to his homo Public Sale Every Second and In Louisville, Monday- Fourth Saturday In each month, wo will bold a Public Sale at tho Court"Uncle" Hop Torrence died at his house Square, Hartford, Ky. Bring home near Rob Roy Tuesday, and In anything you have to sell and we was buried at the Brick Hou30 bury- will find you a buyer. ing ground Wednesday. PARKS & YEISER, -- ! JgySp r I i Clean Heat's the Thing! The first thing one looks for in a stove. 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 its many exclusive advantages and construction features offers the solution to all household cooking problems. New Perfection cooks know they can make anything from doughnuts to the most delicate sponge cake on the New Perf ectionv Each burner is almost a cook stove in itself. You can keep the tea kettle simmering with the low flame. On another burner you can use the medium flame an flame for most ordinary cooking purposes. And for fast cooking there's the high flame with the clean white tips. It's the hottest. At any flame-speethe New Perfection is the same steady and dependable. Once set, the flame stays put. And visible through the all-bl- ue d, it's-alwa- 1 FOR MEN $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 $1.00 to $1.50 50c to 75c : $5.00 to $6.00 Silk Shirts --$1.50 to $4.00 Men's Soft Shirts 25c Ties . . , Wash --. .'.50c, 75c, $1.00 Ties . . . Silk . $1.00 Union Suits $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 Men's Suits, . . . $4.00, $5.00r $6.00 Panama Hats $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 Yacht Hats 25c, 35c, 50c Sox Supporters 50c to $2.50 Men's Belts 50c, 75c, $1.00 Suspenders '. $1.50, $2.50, $3.00 Men's Caps Call and see our lines. CourOnly suggestions. teous salespeople to wait on you. We want your business, ancHnvite comparison. .- Brown ami Black Oxfords Men's Silk Sox Men's Lisle Sox, 4 .J Mrs. A. B. Riley and little son, Baxter, went to Evansvlllo Tuesday, Rev. B. W. Napier, pastor of the where they will visit Mrs. Riley's Crescent HH Methodist church, Lousister, Mrs. W. R. Cooper. isville, preached at the local Methodist church Thursday night. Rev NaMr. J. I. Goodman, foreman of the pier was formerly pastor of tho Hartmechanical department of the Herald ford church, and a vl3it and sermon office, spent Saturday night and Sun- were welcomed by members of 'the day with bis family In Owensboro. congregation and citizens of tho town. Mr. Park Taylor has accepted a poMrs. J. M. Singleton of Klobe, Jasition as an engineer In tho state pan, has been the guest of Mrs. road department, and will bo located Rowan Holbrook for several days. for the present In eastern Kentucky. Mrs. Singleton is on her way to New York and, having known McIIenry recently Holbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Mr. Timer Westcrficld sold his farm on tho Hnrtford and Holbrook, who is engaged In "banking Owensboroj-oad- , known ns tho A. W. In Japan, stopped over for a visit with Mills homestead, to Rev. R. L, Har tho'fnmily. ' per. Hartford, .Ky. mica doors. ACTON BROTHERS, HARTFORD, KY. JBkgiGb, The Hartford KJMIMV Republican mat j PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS ' i Mr. Robert Mason of Duford, Was in town yesterday. of Dundee, 'Mr. Will IllleyBenn, N5was In town Monday.' Vurnltiirn J.1 and Oucenswaro 42tf D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Louis-vlll- o . Dr. B. B. Pendleton went to tho first of the week. Prof. C. K. Carson of Beavol)am, was In town yesterday, on business. Mr. J. "B. Ronfrow and little son of Narrows, wore In Hartford Mon- -- ' Highest Ca'sh and paultry. Pric-- s paid for eggs & J" W. B...ELLIS C, BRO. Martin, City, Mr. and Mrs. Otto went to Louisville Wednesday, shop', ping. i Mrs. Rachel Shultz is visiting her Bister, Mrs. J. O. McKlnney, at Bea, ver Dam. ' Vis" a guest Mrs. John T. Smith of Fordsville, of Mrs. owan Holbrook " Sunday. fabbltrpofliWy -- 42tt barbed W. B. ELLIS & BRO, W-a -- . r x VKrTta'ayrf -- .. fflnCo vand' "wlro-fenc- Mbb. M. M. Tanner, of Portsmouth, ', Ohio, is TlsIUng. her parents, Mr. and . Mrs. T. H. Bean. Mr. Sayle Taylor went to Louisville Saturday id witness Jho Derby, returning Sunday. Mr, James Ashley left Thursday for Chicago, 111., where ho will spend some time with his son. Mr. B. H. Bennett, of Route 2, Beaver Damwas a visitor at this office Tuesday, while in town. 'I , " - mops, soap and washing powders of all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Have you dono jour spring houso cleaning? We hft"8 allStha implements with which to do it, Brooms, The neighbors of Mrs. Jennie Ambrose, a widow of the Bells Run community, and vose only help on the farm is a sixteen years old son who has lost an arm, .gathered in one "day last week, and ordered and planted about seven acres of corn, for which Mrs. J. Ross Taylor and baby servlco they received Mrs. Ambrose's daughter, Jean Paxton, went to Ceii-sincere gratitude. tral City today, whoro the' will vls: aunt, Mrs. Eula It Mrs. Taylor's The following Hartford people atFortney. tended the funeral and burial of Mrs. ThursMr John A. Johnson, of Alabama, Alvln Rowe, at Centertown, day: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, Mr. returned to his business in that state Monday, after spending a few days and Mrs. James Bennett, Mrs. John Smith, with his family hero. His son, Tony;. Bell, Mrs. A. W. Bennett, C. E. John C. Riley, R. R. Wedding, Cal Pi of. Everett Llles, of nonfrow, returned with him. P. Keown, Judge Mack Cook, Louis was in tho City yesterday. Fulkerson, Worth Tlchenor, Owen Superinton-dent-eleHon. I. S .Mason and Hunter, Oscar Bishop, Roll Rilty, Dr. Mrs. Mason of Buford, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. niankenshlp probably some other were In Hartford yesterday. Mrs. J. Jl. Plrtle and woro In Owensboro Saturday. persons whose names we failed to Mason came up to attend a meeting get. Association. IfOlt SALE Corn, good for seed, of the Parent-Teach-- , P. S. LASHBUOOK, Sea Beaver Dam.,Ky. 452tp Report of the condition of Tho James S. C. Whito Leghorns the egg machines. Flock headed by BANK OF HARTFORD Mr. John Ragsdale, ,of Dundee, Fearris" strain cocks. Eggs ?2.00 In town Thursday, for somb den- per 15; $G.0Q per 50; $10.00 per 100. doing business at the town o Hart was ford, County of Ohio, State of MRS. O. B. JAMES Poultry Farm, tal work. Kentucky, at the close of Centertown, Ky. business on the 7th day Seo us for nil kinds of grass and of May, 1021. A Rose Dream will be rendered by Quality first, field seeds. W. E.ELLIS & BRO. the little folks at the College Audi RESOURCES torium, Monday night, .as a part of-- l $94,195. 02 Mr. Will Fair Is atendlng the the Commencement exercises. This Loans and Discounts convention at Chat- - rendition' will be onq of tho features Overdrafts, secured and Southern Baptist a, 298.00 unseaured Jnnnnirn fhlft WPfik. of the week's program. Stocks, Bonds and oth 56,250.00 er securities Corn PlantFor one and two-roHercules and Dolker Buggies. 28,298.48 Riding Due from Banks & SONS, ers, Riding Cultivators, J. D. WILLIAMS 12,864.60 hand 42tf S. Corner Main StoBeaver Dam. Plows be sure to write FORDSVILLE Cash-o- n CO., Fordsville, Ky.r Banking House, FurnitPLANING MILL ure- and fixtures. . i 4,5.00.00 Mrs. U, S. Carson want to Owens- for their special bargain price. These Thursday, for treatment of some prices are interesting. 4.6U boro $497,406.10 Total trouble with pne of her eyes. , LIABILITIES. M. Addlngton of Kronos, Mr. W. Mr. Rowan HolbroSk Is buying was In town Monday. After a long Capital Stock paid in, $ 40,000 00 in cash some tobacco, ajid receiving it at thi and successful life as a farmer near 25,000.00 old A. C. A. building near tho depot. that town. Mr. Addlngton and his Surplus Fund tho Undivided Profits, less wife havo moved to Kronos for 3,485.25 expenses and taxes paid Mr. James Glenn la with Fair & conveniences offered by village life. o Deposits subabsence week Company this At the school board election held ject to check $251,68ijl66 of Mr. Win. Fair, head of the" conSaturday for the election of trustees Time de cern. 428,900.85 posits fpr the Hartford gradeilschool dis20.00 R. T. Collins wore in trict Henry Leach Was elected for the Unpaid Dividends Mr, and Mrs. Louisville Saturday to witness the fa- one year term 'and Honfy Carson and $497,406.10 Total mous Kentucky Derby at Church Hill Ellis Foster were, chosen for a three-yeState of 'Kentucky)- term. ,, , i Downs )Sct. Ohio) of 'Mr Hnd- - Mrs.Jaes Hancock of Iwo very sincerely regret that by County We, James W. Ford and C. O. Hunof Mrs. an oversight last week we failed to Loatchtleld, were guests Hancock's father Saturday night and report the program of the commence- ter. President and Cashier of the k' " Bank do solemnly t ment exercises of the Fordsville grad- above v named Sunday".'" -ed school. And bo far as an apolo- swear that the" above statement Is Mr. J.'H. Thomas, after spending gy can moderate the offense we are true to the best of our knowledge and belief. tho better part of two Weeks here, glad to offer it. - JAMES W. FORD, President, returned to his home In Louisville, C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. yesterday. Moore, Plrtle and Tlnsley returnSubscribed and- - sworn to before fishing trip at ed from their annual Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon of the mouth of Grassy creek, Monday. me this the 12th day of May 1921, MARGARET MARKS. N. P. Russellvllle, were guests of Mrs. Owing to" unfavorable conditions of My commission expires March 1, O'Bannon's sister Mrs. Ramey Duke, weather and water the boys made only a moderate catch, but still enough 1942. for the week-enCorrect Attest: for immediate purposes. O. O. HUNTER, Mr. and Mrs. Cody Gaines of OwROWAN HOLBROOK, ensboro, are at the bedside of the Mr. McDowell A. "Fogle, of the Directors. Mr, Sam Gaines of Herald, went to Louisville Tuesday former's father, Fordsville, who Is seriously 111. and from there to Indianapolis, Ind ' , "Why did you remove your family from which place he expects to reRev. H. C. Truman of Fordsville, turn the latter part of this week with portraits?" "My wife was too fond of. using Is attending the State Encampment his father. Judge J. E. Fogle, who of Grand Army of the Republic, of has been with his daughter, Mrs. T. them as illustrations when Blylnjr her which he Is senior grand councilor, B. Petrie and Mr. Petrle during the famous lecture on my ignominious decent. , past several months. in Louisville, this week. Mr. and Mrs John Lindley, who have been spending tho winter at Tampa, Florida, havo returned andn nre guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ful- "i kerson. .. , j s , t'' c. er -- . The following is a small list selected from our large line of gifts appropriate for this occasion : $1.5d. to $7.00 Ladies SilkJ3ags, ! Gent's Pocketbooks 75c to $2.50 Kodaks $8.00 arid up Brownies $2.00 and up ". . '..'X .. $1.65 to $.50 Kodak Albums T up to $5.00 Pipes 35c to $1.25 Cigarette Holders ); All prices Cigarette and Cigar Cases.,. 7 .' Box Candies ujrto . t . . .$4.00 ' . . . .35c to $2.00 Box Papers . . ." Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets Ivory Sets, Toilet Waters, Perfumes, etc. Conie in and let us help you select your gifts. ., Beaver Dam Drug Co. "The Nyal Store" BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, & w EAGLE"MIKAD0" 3m 'it.VM EAGLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 For Sale at your Dealer. Made in five grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAJ in-th- EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK MANV COL. JUNES CLOSED AND 2,500 MEN ARE IDLE ar , "" , (Madisonvill Messenger ) Thero are 2,500 Idle miners in Dis trict No. 23, U. M. W. of A. accord ing to the statement of Lonnle Jack son, of Central City, President of tho organization, who was In the city-lasweek on business. Mr. Jackson said that Indications were that many of these miners, who were idle because of suspension of work by operators having closed their mines during the dull period in coal circles, would be at work within a short time, as there was an improvement noticeable In District No. 23. Work it better at mines in operation end more mines are operating in Muhlenburg and Ohio counties than In other sections of the district. Webster and Hopkins counties have suffered most fronvtho depression in the coal world. Mr. Jackson said that some of tho mines in operetlon in the district are running more regularly than they have been and others have either re sumed operation or are preparing to do so. Many of the miners have been compelled to abandon their regular avocation because of mines ceasing op eration and aSro engaged in other oc-- ( cupaiions. m t MARRIAGE LICENSE II. D. Southard to Cora Drake, both of Prentiss. Lee P. Miller to Fannie Smith, both of Narrows. Bert Porter to Willie May Ensor. both of McIIenry. ' W. M. Phelps to Minnie Ford, both of Horse Branch.' Noel Tlchenor to Verda Ford, botU '' of McIIenry. E. W. Wilson to Narclssa Uptea, both of Echolti. h. O. Fielden, Simmons, to Mary Jane Awtry, Roslno. y Ernest Qulscnborry, Dundee, to Stella Neighbors, Olaton, G. O. Crowe, Hartford, to Louis Maddox, McIIenry. Karl Hoover, Hartford, to Julia lless, McIIenry. jJu , i' POPUIiAH 9IKC1IANICS Alaska 51,809, Samoa 8065, Guam OPPOSi:i TO IJIiUE LAWS 13,275, Ramall 2G5.912, Panama Canal Zono 32,858, Porto Rico 1,299,-80- 9 Philippines 10,350,640, Virgin Tho editor of Popular Mechanics CIRCUIT COUIIT. HEAVER DAM, Islands 26,051 and military nnd naval Judge R. W. Slack, Oweniboro. SJnko nml rrunc Tomntocs To So breeding" and tho fruit of fortunes ex- in the February Issue, gives a Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennsp. present high pended to develop the euro Good Fruit. view of tho ovll effects of forcos abroad (at that time 117,238. Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. It generally pays to Btako nnd typo of animal. Ho cited instances tho Sunday blue laws. In their reford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. f Ques. What Is tho moaning nnd Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. tho tomatoes grown In tho In the Stato whore the advantages of action upon religion, as folios; jmino had been established Marshal R. F. Stevens. small homo garden because by this tho purc-bro- d "And now the reformers havo de- origin of eggs and rabbits at Eastor Master Commissioner Otto O, Marmethod tho fruit Is hold off tho In tho economy of production and In cided a blue 'law Sunday Is what wo time? Ans. Easter egps tro sym-boltin, Hartford. FORDSVILLE. of tho germs of life nnd re.ground and Is clean, a larger number tho profits on the market. need. Tho Sabbath of tho Puritans, Trustee Jury Fund Cftl P. Keown, i creation of spring. The practice of of tomato plants can bo grown on who with all their solid qualities wero Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. general"SnlMllsIng" llrcatl .lust As Good As at the samo time among tho most n ar presenting t m to our friends nt fas 1st Monday in March 11 days rt given spaco and tho fruit Ciork Olla Cobb. In tho Old Dnjs. ly ripens earlier than If tho plants d od bigots of any time, is ter Is if Ma ; it a cr Porrlan orlKln Com'th. and Civil. grow In tho natural Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesstnger. many persons no bread can no more to bo compared with our and bears allusion to the mundane To nro allowed to 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. variety the modern Sunday than was tho "May- eggs for which Ormuzd and Ahrlman 1st Monday In July 11 days way. In pruning tho plants all side equnl the "salt-risinMarshal drant Pollard. bTjooIs nnd suckors aro removed kind their grandmothers made. This flower" to the "Mauretanl" as a were to contend till tho consumption Com'th. and Civil. leaving only the main stem with Us bread, the name of which is somewhat of transatlantic travel. To Im- of all things. It prevailed not only 3d Monday In September 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR Is In ono pose tho Sunday of the reformers with the Persians but nlso among the misleading, has been known FOR PRESENT YEAR leaves and clusters of fruit. It Civil. to determine which aro tho sldo form or another for generations. It would be to turn tho clock back two Jews, Egyptians nnd Hindus Chris- 4th Monday in November 11 days the tho young has been a particular favorite when hundred years, and would bo cruel tians adopted tho custom to symboBhoots and which County Board of Education E. 3. Com'th. and Civil. Tilossom clusters bocnuso tho shoots and TVhero satisfactory yeast was and harmful. Even if it could be lize tho resurrection, and Iho eggs Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. appear directly In tho llttlo pocket' difficult to get. This rcclpo Is given enforced, tho hatred of religion, in are colored red in allusion to tho Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, whoro tho loaf Joins tho stem, whllo by the U. S. Department of blood of tho redemption. Other col- Ueets first Monday In each month. whoso nama it is asked, would outRouto 6. appear on tho naktho fruit clusters Judge Mack Cook, weigh nil possible advantage gained. ors were later Introduced but have no Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle-- . County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. i cup milk. ed sldo of tho stem whore there Is no Religion and its tenets cannot bo special significance except to mako 2 tablespoons white corn meal. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. leaf. Pinch out the sldo shoots, but Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun-de- o. legislated Into tho human heart; and variety. The Romans recognized tho 1 teaspoon salt. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. bo careful not to Injure tho blossom Christ himself, least of all, sought to egg as a symbol of tho re-- ration of Superintendent E. S. Howard. Butter (If used) 1 tablespoon. or fruit clusters. do so. Unquestionably a larger at- life, and the rabbUT that of fertility Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Qoff, Roslno. Flour. Tomato stakes should be from 4 to Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. tendance at church services, nnd a nnd reproduction. Dlv. No. 6 Otis Stevens, Boavor C feet long and 1 to l1 Inches thru D. E. Ward. Scald the milk. Allow It to cool deeper respect for religion than exists Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. at tho thickest part. They may be until it is lukewarm; then add tho at present, are to be desired. But Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. small saplings cut In the woods and salt, sugar, and cornmeal." Place in n blue laws will not win the unbeliever FOR FLETCHER'S sharpened at ono end, or they may fruit can or a heavy crock or pitcher any more than tho Inquisition wjth nil FISCAL COURT. bo split from a log that Is free from and surround by water nt about 120 Its power and physical punishments County Board of Examiners: E. 8. Moets first Tuesday In April and knots. Sometimes strips of wasto ma- degrees F. "Water at this tempera- was able to do. A blue law Howard, Mrs. Birdie Mldklff and Octobor. terial from a sawmill or planing mill, ture is tho hottest in which the hand would not be ns extreme as tho InPERFECTING THINGS MY LAW. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, known as edgings are used. It makes can bo held without Inconvenience, quisition, but it would rest on idenTeachers Instltuto, Sept. 13th Route 3. and can be secured by mixing nearly tically the samo selfish, narrow basis. llttlo difference so long as the sta1 It Is natural, when there Is some17th. aro strong enough to support the equal parts of boiling water and tap Tho Itev. Wilbur F. Crafts doubtless thing you don't approve of, to ex- 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. plants and are Inexpensive. Tho water (unless tho tarf water is means well, although tho milk of hu- claim: "There ought to be a law EXAMINATIONS warm. Allow the mixture man kindness must havo been wiped against it." Yes, undoubtedly, there ftrd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. stakes should be driven firmly into Common School Diploma May 14 the ground, one on the north side of to stand for 6 or 7 hours, or until it from his lips before his latest pic- ought to be. There ought to bo a 4th District 0, W. Rowe, Center- town. and 1G at Hartford, Beaver Darn. each tomato plant, and the plants shows signs of fermentation. If it has ture was taken. law against everything thut anybody tied to them once a week during the fermented sufficiently, the gas can "Probably the Ideal Sunday, spirit doesn't like, and a law for everything 5th District W. C. Dausherty.Balze- - and Fordsvillo.. town. May 21 nnd 22 County active growing period with soft cord Vieard as it escapes. ually and physically, Is the one ap- that anybody likes. or narrow strips of muslin. SomeThis leaven contains enough liquid proved by Theodore Roosevelt, let the at Hartford, (Whlto). It is so easy to reform the world Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. May 28 and 29 County Teachers times the tomato plants will reach for ono loaf. If more loaves arc need- morning bo devoted to attendance up- in this way that It is a pity to neglect 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. tho tops of the stakes and then hang ed add 1 cup of water, 1 teaspoon of on some public place of worship and tho opportunity that Is preseniol 8th District B. C. Rboadea, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 6. over until the tip will toucn tne salt, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and 1 for thoso who aro debarred from such Why should wo be content to 11 e In Juno 18 and 19 County and Stato ground, clusters of fruit being form- tablespoon of butter for each addi- relaxation during the week, let the an Imperfect world when by passing Teachers' Examination at Fordsvillo, HARTFORD. (Whlto). ed all along the stems. tional loaf. Make a soft sponge by Sunday afternoon be spent in open-a- ir a few thousands or million laws we Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 2C County and State adding a cup of flour for each loaf everything exactly as we recreation. For myself, I cannot could have Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachors' Examination at Hartford, Properly Prepared Soil Saves Corn Beat thoroughly and put tho sponge seo any greater sin In the engineer wanted It? Judge C. M. Crowe. Police (Colored). again at the temperature of about 120 who runs a Sunday train which enCultivation. Recently an Inventor :amo to Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 nnd IS County nnd State Experiments conducted for a num- degrees F. very light, ables a sonto reach the bedside of Washington with a plan by which he When It Is Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ItOCKI'ORT ber of years by the Kentucky Agri- add more flour gradually until the his dying mother, than the labor of said he could make weather to order. (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. cultural Experiment Station show lojgh Is so stiff that It can bj knead- tho Janitor who cares for the fires That's a fine scheme, but would peoSept. 24 nnd 25 County nnd Clerk N. H. Bratcher. that if the soil is thoroughly prepar- ed without sticking to tho hands or Tings the bell, and otherwise makes a ple be any better satisfied with made-to-oidPollco Judgo S. L. Fulkerson. Examination at Hartford, ed before corn Is planted the work to the board. Knead 10 or 15 min- congregation at church possible." weather than they are with (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. of cultivating after planting may be utes, put at once into the pans, alo the present ready made brand? We reduced to that necessary to keep low to rise until about two and one-ha- lf Barbed .wire cuts .ragged wounds, don't believo they would lie. down weeds. The samo experiments times its original bulk, and One lot of people would still want showed that before corn comes up and bake. Selfrlslng bread is never so and vice yersa. One .quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini sunshiue, whllo it Is still small thecultivation light as the bread raised with yeast, ment Is applied. It is both healing class would call for spring weath may bo done with a harrow or weed- - A loaf made with one cupful of and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and er the year round, while otheri would liquid, therefore.'wlll come not quite er. ?1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- dismiss that program as too CaliforniaThree or four cultivations wero as up to the top of a pan of standard ty Drug Co. and would demand tho tradim -like good as seven or eight, tho experi- - size. tional change of sca3onj, with "a mm ments proved, providing that the cul- I good QUESTIONS ANSWERED. winter" and plenFOR PERSDNAr. HYfllFNP tivations controlled the weeds. They ty of snow and ice, to break the Dissolved In water for douche itopr Hutching Hints Which Make For also showed that shallow cultivation pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamWo aro indebted to tho Pathfinder monotony. Success. mation. was ns good and not as expensive as When the hen is hatching she for tho following list of interesting The only way to settle It would bo Pinkhatn Recommended by Lydia E. Med. Co. for ten year. deep cultivation if weeds wero con- should not be disturbed except to re- questions answered: to hold a nation-wid- e referendum on A healing wonder for natal catarrh, trolled. If weeds become so tall that move tho shells, unle.t she becomes the subject every day and have ev- - ore throat and oro eye Economical. deep cultivation Is necessary to kill uneasy and steps on oi picks the power. Ques. What Is the body made of? .erybody send their vote by wireless Hi ciuatrrjuury cleunno and Children them then this form of cultivation Is chicks In such Cises the chicks Ans. The chemical composition of to Washington nnd let the majority Quail. The P.llonTcJ.I Compear. Baton. Kim. A Safe Old Fashioned to be recommended. No moisture is bhtiuld ho removed us soon aj diy man of tho average weight of 154 'rule. That would be making the Remedy for Worms saved on soil by culti :nco laam In a basket" or box lined pounds, as recorded by the French world &afe for democracy, meterolo-Academ- y Seventy. fiveyearicontin-uo- u vating after the corn is knee-higfljiinel or some other sof. maof Sciences, follows: Oxygen gically If not loglcall, but it would vith ute is the bett teili. the experiments showed. terial and cover the top, keeping the 111 pounds and eight ounces, hydro-- ; involve quite a little trouble and monial FRET'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. 21 pounds, six ounces, carbon 'so disappointment, we fear or box In a va.m place uutll basket Keep o bottle always on Increased Egg Production. And yet, it is Just as hard to the eggs 'eit under the hen are hacb-- J 21 pounds, nitrogen three pounds 10 hand. It will help keep The highest egg prbductlon In poultry-f- ed phosphorus one pound two form other things In this world as the little ones healthy eeding by tho tests conducted Hens should bo fed as soon as pos- ounces 47 grams, sodium (salt) two to reform the weather. and happy. The passing 30cabottleMyourcIniggit'for United States Department of Agri- sible after tho eggs are hatched, as ounces 116 grams, Iron 100 grams, j of a law on the subject Is only an general loir; 01 if your dealer culture wero obtained from a pen re- feeding tends to keep them quiet; cantaupplryou.aendhitname 200 grams, magnesium 12 ; cfdont, and not the essential part. Succeed when everything else fails. end 30e in alanine and we'll ceiving a mash composed of four, otherwise, many hens will leave the grams, and silica two grams. In nervou? prostratloa and female Laws aro a great thing, but the more bolilo promptly. eend you E. a S. FRET, Baltfctrt, HI. pounds bran, four pounds middlings, nest. In most cases it is best that '.veaknesse' they are the supremo laws we havo the less people respect remedy, at thousands have testified. 26 pounds meat scrap, and 6G pounds the hen remain Ques. Does a fly, flying along a them. That is ono of the, troubles on the nest and FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND cornmeal. brood the chicks for at least 24 hours celling and resting nt Intervals, fly this country Is laboring under right STOMACH TROUBLE This ration has been one of the after the hatching is over. Hens will with Its feet up? If ho does not now. There have been so many laws the best medicine ever best mashes, giving consistent high successfully brood 10 to 15 chicks when does ho turn over to grasp the passed in the last few vears that thn it is over a druggist's counter. sold production over a period of several early in the breeding season and 18 celling? Ans. Dr. J. M. Aldrich, ordinary ciUzen has given up keeping years, and is not distinctly different to 25 in warm weather, depending up- associate curator of Insects at tho track of them. Business and indus- WILL from the mash used in the wbeatless on the size of the hen, so that often Smithsonian Institution, Washington, try have been so hampered and TAKE ration, which has also given very good two broods of chicks which hatch at says that the common fly files right hobbled by laws and re- crusade of County Judge Van Dussen production. the same time can be put together side up except at the instant of alight- strictions and regulations that the against the reign of lawlessness in ing on or taking wing from the ceil- larger part of a man's time is How Bell County. and raised under one hen. Hints For Poultry Raisers Will S. Ferrel.ji mountaineer,, was Powder the hen with a good insect ing, but often in a somewhat slant- wasted in trying to comply with them. A Treatment A successful poultryman offers a powder or with sodium fluorid two ing position wth the head elevated. It is no wonder that production falls shot to death as ho attempted to aBjLaLaiiiiiiHlLak yL"C for WEAR few simple hints for keeping the days before the chicks are duo to off and trade suffers, under such ad- flee following his arrest and the capyoung brood in health, as follows: hatch. If lice appear on the chicks, LUNGS or Ques. Can tho dstance from light- verse conditions. ture of a still. Givo clean water; supply plenty of or If they are troubled with "head ning bo determined by the Interval The nest of stills destroyed was It is true that all these laws and CONSUMPTION- .grit; feed a variety of cracked and lice," a very little grease, such as of time between the flash and the schemes for reducing all humanity to the largest in Eastprn Kentucky and whole grain, mostly in a dry state, lard or vaseline, may be applied with the succeeding thunder clap? Yes. the same size by cutting off the had been the base for moonshine feelloc. ioep the chicks out of glass when tho fingers on the head, neck, under Five seconds of time between the heads of the tall ones is a great har- traffic on an unprecendented scale. A quick relict for that tired, coughs, palp in cheit. night weatl. hemor-ihifewet with dew or rain. tho wings, and around the T(ent. flash and the thunder clap is equiva- vest for the armies of professional The section is an Isolated ono on weak lunri or consumption. It It does m Great care should bo taken, however, lent to one mile. Fifty seconds or 10 agitators, shysters, lobbyists and spies tho head of Straight vand Redblrd aot help you It cost you notblni. Belief Seen In Pure Bred Stock. lock box eta not to get too much on as itjvill stop miles is about the maximum distance who otherwise would not be able to Creeks, OHIO MEDICAL GO, a COLUMBU Scrub cattle losses will be wiped their growth and In some cases may for thunder to bo heard, altho some secure a living. This grand array of Most of the moonshiners escaped. cut In the state by better breeding prove fatal. reterenee books say 15 miles. It la schemers is still at work urging the Warrants will be issued for a numwas tho assertion made by Prof. W. rarely the case that the flashes in dis- passage of still more laws: that is ber of them. 4 8. Anderson, specialist In charge The raiders did not have their "Of course dogs have Intelligence," tant thundering are so spaced that where they live; it Is their bread and of animal breeding at the college Bibbs declared warmly. "Now here one can tell certainly to which flash butter. clothes off and had little sleep dur- USELIV-VER-LA- X r agriculture of the University of is Dubbs; he's a layer of dogs, and a particular peal of thunder belongs. President Harding's slogan: "more ing tho two days and night in which "Kentucky, in an address at the Bour- I'll leave it to him if some dogs business In government and less gov- they plodded over miles of rocky don Stock Yards this week. Prof. haven't more intelligence than their Ques. What is the composition of ernment In business," is an apt one. mountain territory. glass? How is It made? Ans. Or We are sufferlg under a multlpljcty Anderson told the crowd of farmers masters." An arrested moonshiner turned that they can restore the eminence "Sure!" Dubbs responded heartily. dinary glass is made by melting to of laws; wo are lawed to a standstill. State's exldence and tipped the offiof the State in livestock production "Why, I have a couplo of dogs likn gether sand and some alkaline sub- A change of policy will be a welcome cers to the location of forty-seve- n and reap enormous returns in profits that mysolf." And Dubbs even yet stance, such as potash, soda, lime or relief to all except the aforesaid stills. by use of purebred sires and the sometimes wonders why they all oxld of lead. Window glass for In grand army of "borers from within" proper breeding. stance is made of sand, soda and and other parasites. laughed. COMPARATIVE HOG PRICES. . He declared that the University of m lime. The American window glass Is Feelrfcht all tho time. Don't by efl Kentucky was deeply Interested In , The following table shows the "Have you over appeared as a wit- first blown in the form of cylinders. NESX OF 47 STILLS WIPED OUT IN BELL COUNTY prices of top hogs for the period men- from work for days By taking calomel tho Farmers Better Sire Sale of 300 ness In a suit before?" asked the These are flattened and the sheet when pleasant keeps yo Ture-bre- d bulls to be held at the thus formed is cut Into panes. x Chemtioned: attorney. on your feet, while rellevlncy our troubt Plnevllle, Ky., May 7. After the Today Uourbon Stock Yards June 2nd, and "Why, of courser 8,00 le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! replied tho ically .considered, thore are many take anything: else, xou can't afford was using every resource at its com- young lady on the witness stand. kinds of glass, but tho above covers location of forty-seve- n stills had Ono year ago 15.50 it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syex support of tho movement ordinary sense. been disclosed In tho mountains ton Two years ago mand in the subject In tho 20.00 tern and relieves constipation.,) A nat "What suit was It?" miles from here in the western part Three years ago which, ho fully assertod, had tho 17.20 ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum "It was a bluo suit with a white backing of not only the livestock In- collar and white cuffs and white but-'oj- is Ques. What Is tho population of of Bell County, a posse of flfteon Four years ago . . 15.50 in its effect and certain in results. II O OA .W tf " V W eWV ry MM Till riwn ,u.o u6U terests, but all banking and business . all the way down tho back," re- the United States and Its possessions Federal dry agents and county offi- . i.b irnnea n n . , , . , completely Ulsplaco calomel In evert census statistics? Ans. cers, returned today after a twolay Six years ago by 1920 Interests of the Stato. plied the young lady. 7.70 home. Children can take it freely snt! safety. EveaJbottle guar- Tho total population of this country raid In which they wiped out the nest, Seven years ago The speaker said the farmer In 8.55 4 " anteea. wcapa $i in bottles buying a puro-bre- d bull was buying and its possessions, by revised census arrested seven men and killed one night years ato Every good American hopes o,id ffonino mtihnnf ika llkorn.. .nj Won Nine years ago Wilson and the country will soon figures is 117,857,509, divided as fol- moonshiner. 7.85 wire of la. K. Grilfsby. For Bale by " the product of the best brains of more The raid was the outcome of a Ten years ago lows: United States 105,708,771, recover their health. than 200 years, devoted to live-sto6.35 FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY lc row-min- g" vo-htc- lo ea-4- 3y -- Children Cry CASXORIA TeacUers-Examinatio- State-Teache- rs er Every Woman Wanit Mothers use SreyS J For ike vermirage well-order- j h, MP al-g- en es, ectric Bitters m handl-capped-a- YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY iMk FORGONE MONTH V For Lazy Liver the Troubles o Constipation. ax bully-rag- ging -- .....'....".. Poct ck .,,;..; .1. r NEVER FAILED TO GET FINE RESULTS Tenn. Woman Says Tanlac .Relieved Her Troubles 4 Years Ago Still Feels Fine "Tanlac restored my health four years ngo and I have not had n of my troubles to this good day," says Mrs. Snlllo Hoppors, of Hall Station, Tennessee. years old, and "I am, sixty-fiv- e tor as long as I can remember I had trouble with my stomach. My appo-Ht- o was poor and what I ato soured re-tu- rn on my stomach and gave mo a bloated, distressing feeling, I had a sour taste in my mouth all the time and often it made mo almost deathly sick. My sleep was not sound and restful n condiand I was In a badly tion and felt weak and listless all tho tlnio. I tried medicine after medicine without any results until I became badly discouraged. told me "Finally my about Tanlnc nnd I tried it. night nwoy my appctlto Improved and my digestion gfit hotter and I could cat things I hadn't been nblo to touch My strength and energy In years. returned and I could sleep soundly at night. That was four years ago and I hnvo enjoyed health ever slnco for I made it a riilo to tnko a bottle onco or twlco every yoar to keep my system in good condition and it has novcr failed to give mo fine results. Tanlac Is a grand medicine nnd I feel I am doing" a good deed by getting others to try It." run-dowson-in-la- w Suggestion forn CainplnfrTrlp. I)uy n bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy beforo leaving home. As a rule it cannot ed." mm bo obtained when on a hunting or fishing trip. Neither can It bo obThero Is moro Catarrh In this section than diseases tained whllo on board tho cars or of the countryand for all other'was supyears It put together, stonmshlps nnd at such times and posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling places it Is most likely to bo needed. to cure ttlth local treatment, pronounced Tho safe way Is to have it with It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, Influenced by m greatly and therefore constitutional conyou. requires constituditions tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Media cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & "WOMEN HEADERS ONLY, Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional PASS THIS TO YOUR WUT2 remedy. Is taken internally and acts thru the DIood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System Ono Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any case that Hall's' Editors Note: This accompanyCatarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for ing message is for women oull Men circulars and testimonials. F.-CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. are rjquesto) to call It to tho attenBold by Druggists, 75c Hall's Family Pills for constipation. . ot thoir .manors, sisters and tion Tho author of tho mesjuge vivo NEWSPAPER VIEWS has just been e'ectcd president of tho National League of, Women Voters. Columbus Dispatch That was a Slid knows whereof sho speaks, having spent ten years In social servlco whale ot a majority Harding got last year, but It must seems to him somein Doston and San Francisco, in o years in the suffrago times that about every person who causo and in recognition of her ser- voted for. him expects an oftlco as a vices was elected last yoar chairman reward. of tho league. Her olection this The exLawrenco Journal-Worlyear as president was unanimous. ample of the helpful hen may well bo By Mrs. Maud Wood Park (President ot the National League studied by followers of the Industries those days. Although tho price of Of Women Voters.) The National League of Women eggs has fallen 24 cents a dozen in Voters has a groat task ahoad. And tho last two weeks, she goes right this task. Is ono that overy womnn In on producing Just tho samo. the country has a vital interest in. Rutland Herald. It take3 more Every woman In the United States to wants her country to be tho kind than. ono wallow """ make a spring road. will glvo every child a chanco. that And how can women lead to tho reBrockton Times Tho consumer alization of this common desire? wouldn't mind at all having some ot Thru tho power of tho votol- Slnce tho organization of the Na- those cheap foreign godds dumped tional Leaguo of Women Voters thero on him. But he doesn't dare say so has been a steady movement toward because all tho manufacturers and tho getUng together of all women's farmers and statesmen would abuse organizations. Hamldts, cities and thlm for It. states havo literally Joined hands in ElmiraJTolegram. Don't attempt "tho universal movement for a hotter to train up your children In tho way nation. they should go unless you are going It will moan, eventually, the of political activity; the that way yourself. frank realization and acknowledgeDetroit Freo Press. Tho Califorment that tho babies ot today arc tho women tho nation of to- nia sonate has passed a bill prohibitmen and to citizenship ing aliens ineligible morrow. past It was only natural that from fishing in the state's ocean watIn tho men should concern themselves chief- ers. Next it will probably forbid ly with economic questions. There mllo limit. is nothing to criticize in that. A man Bennington Banner When your is tho business side of the home. Ho naturally sees the business side of host yawns it is time to think of going but, 'it your hostess yawns, go lite. Consequently he has neglocted leg without stopping to think of anytho thing. protecting islative measures J. -to-twd. Is just as useless to attempt (a work out when tho needi arc not thoroiigriy understood. Thr two go hand in nnnd. Separated, they mean nothing! Tho present day of women In poll- tics Is tho training period. Fow women understand legislation,- - They must la to tlmo to loam. And learning will lo.id to a co.ircntraUd action and work along lines that up bound to mean a bettor Amorlca. There are already strong indications outstanding Illustrations that tho womon nro going to stand for the good of tho whole country. For Instance: It Is usually the most forward states that aro to bo found working tho hardest and doing tho most effective work for tho backward state. It is tho spirit ot work together for a common united cause. Much Is needed In a legislative way I Nearly four times as many mothers and Infants dlo each year as thoro wero American soldiers killed In tho wnr. Physicians bollevo this could be provented by proper care. Statistics of seventeen countries show that the United" States, with two exceptions, tins the highest death rate among mothers. Tho United States stands eighth in tho list in the death rate of Infants. Thero Is no reason why America should not have fewer deaths than .any jjther country. That Is why we havo beon fighting for the Sheppard Towner bill. And that Is why mothers in America must use tho power of the voto to get other legislation that means ho betterment of America. A western member of the National Leaguo of Women Voters recently relegislation ferred to the presont-da- y as coming under tho head of: "Cattle inspected; forests protect ed; babies neglected." Tho women can change this to "hablos protected; nothing neglect- it HOW TO TELL WHO.M YOU IIEAMjY LOVE Wo should rccognlzo tho great-nee- d 444 woman to know herself nnd her suitor beforo sho consents to mar-rlag- o, says Professor Walter M. Gal llchnn In "Tho Psychology of Marfor a, riage." . homo. And tho woman? Sho is tho" home side of life. She naturally lives, and unuorsianus mai , side. Men woman could ever have. done. And now women must accomplish things that men could never accomThn outstanding object of the Na tional Leaguo of Women Voters is to make ovoryvoman realize her im-- 1 portnnco in the government of the United States. things in political affairs which havo accomplished many no Detroit News. Two collego prothat elthor fessors have declared "Drive slow" or "drive slowly" Is cor rect. At any rate, either Is much safer than the way somo drivo. Providence Journal The problem that occasionally faces America, of what to do with our president's, is nothing compared to Europe's annoyance from who fuse to bo happy away from home. ' plish. re- m a Tho work should start at home Sho should become interested first in community affairs; study the needs of her community and theu work out the solution. It is useless to study needs when tho working out does not follow, And Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion, flatulence aro symptoms of a torpid liver. No one can feel well while tho )lver is inactive. IIERBINE is a powerful liver stimulant. , A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear.-Trit. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co, y She should bo assured not only that tho lover Is a good man, but also one of understanding nnd sympathy. For a model ot rccltudo may still bo deficient In tho essential qualities that mako a sympathetic, affectionate mate. We do not marry virtues alone; wo marry a being who embodies cervery powerful, tain mesmeric attractions. or kiss If a suitor's hand-gras- p does not whisper of heaven to a wo man's heart he is not tho lover of her natural desire. Rarely, If In deed ever, Is revulsion of physical contact, welcome. Every"" young girl should learn that the man whose touch conveys no meaning to tho soul is not the ideal mate, however much she may esteem him. Conjugality is not simply intellectual companionship. It is the union of body as well as spirit. To live for long years In the closest of Intimacies, with n man whoso hiirid-shak- o is meaningless, must be a pon-anto any woman ot natural instincts. Tho mysterious sense of touch, as Milton terms It, is probably an almost unerring guide in lovo selection. It is not man's beauty of countenance, bodily grace and moral or Intellectual attributes that make the strongest and final emotional appeal to woman, but his power, vigor, and force. And It Is these qualities that a woman consciously or divines thru a man's caress. Deep down in tho nature of woman Is the dcslro not only for man's protective strength, but Tor the virility that serves tho race. The wish may never come Into full conINCORPORATED sciousness In tho brains of some women, but it Is there nevertheless, and works as a determinant in the cholco of a lover. Of all the tragedies that threaten marriage none can bo more poignant nnd terribly significant than the i shrinking ot a sensitive woman's heart at tho approach of the husband. This keen tactile sensitivity of ORDERS OHIO COUNTY COURT zle of New York who has been Investi honor of his son's birthday, was women should be studied by them REGULAR TERM: MAY 2nd, 1021 gating taxation problems for the Am- great success. with much closer attention, for their erican Farm Bureau Federation. "The happiness In love Is greatly Influencto relieve corporations Hon. MackCook, J. O. C. C, Pre- proposal ed by It. in boundary of whose earnings go up to 200 per cent siding, In Any manifest repugnance against Sulphur Springs and Sunnydalo vot- and more and tax food, fuel shelter touching tho body of another Is a and clothing is unthinkable in a sane ing precincts; perfectly natural phenomenon, and This day came Fonzo Mldklff, Will country. The claim that corporations may bo accepted a3 a suro Indication Hlnton, E. F. Gabbert, J. W. Kirk, are being strangled hardly seems to of a lack, of reciprocal emotion beTIce Baker and others, being legal be borne out by the facts. Statistics tween lovers. Tho kiss that , is le furnish some illuminating side lights; voters in Sulphur Springs and sweeter far than aught" can only be voting precincts, and moved the net earnings of corporations in enjoyed when tho pair of lovers are and in tho court to have the boundaries of 1909 were $3,590,000,000 each sensible of the supreme pleasure said precincts changed and the court 1919 18,900,000,000. The new capiof lip contact. being sufficiently advised, and being tal put Into corporations with over "After the birth o! my Tho woman who does not desiro to personally advised of the necessity $100,000 capital during the last three baby I had back-set- ," kiss or. embrace Is not the woman for said change, sustained the mo- years was $8,000,000,000 for 1918, writes Mrs. Mattle Cross- whom naturo may be said to wish one tion of said applicants, and it Is now $12,000,000,000 for 1919 and to select as a wife. The man who ordered and adjudged by tho court white, of Glade Spring, for 1920. cannot arouse an emotional thrill in "The issuing of tax free securities Va. "I was very ill; the line dividing said precincts that the maiden by his caress is not the bo changed and that the lines when should be stopped by a constitution-- ! thought I was going to true mate whom she desires. al amendment to the end that all may changed be as follows: die. I was so weak I -Rough Creek at Slate share equally in the burdens." Beginning at couldn't raise my head to RAILROAD RATES WILL Riffle; thence running a straight line, get a drink of water. I RUIN FARMING BUSINESS a southerly direction to the Hartford uuiiun vuut(ncA(uu ia uuu iu iui took . . . medicine, yet I "Unless wo can readjust our rail- and Dundee public road at Will Hln- pld liver. Herbine purifies and ' didn't get any better. I ton leaving tho said Will Hlnton's strengthens the liver and bowels and road rates wo will have to I was constipated and very the whole agricultural geography of house In Sulphur Springs voting restores the rosy bloom of health ta tho United States," declared Secreta.thence down the Hartford and the cheek. Price COc. Sold by Ohio weak, getting worse and ry of Commerce, Herbert C. Hoover, Dundee public road as It meanders-towar- County Drug Co. worse. IsentforCardui." m Hartford, to the "dividing line bofore tho executive committee of tho American Farm Bureau Federation between Sulphur Springs, Sunnydale A British lord has a lion named TAKE In Washington last week. "Our pres and east Hartford, voting precincts, Laury. None ot tho verse-makeent rates will soon move our granaries near Sarah Lee's on said road, leav- seem anxious to be the poet Laury to foreign shores, for today it costs ing all voters living on the south side ate. Baltimore Sun. 30 conts per bushel to ship grain from of said public road in SulphuT Springs - precinct, and all voters reMissouri to New York and' the same From 70 to 85 per cent of factories amount can be shlppedby water from siding on the north sldo ot Bald road In the dovasted district; ot France Argentina for 10 cents. We should in Sunnydale voting precinct, thence have been rebuilt. take a lesson from Europe and think running from said road following of our agriculture. Thoso countries the East Hartford precinct line to IIEFLIN. have developed industry to the de- Rough River creek near Combs' Imbridge. triment ot agriculture, have periled their national defense and ov(Too late for last week.) It Is further ordered by the court "I found after one boten their civilization. We cannot af- that Sulphur Springs voting precinct Brother Bennett tilled his regu tle of Cardul I was imford to depend upon overseas for our bo known as Sulphur Springs voting lar appointment nt Woodward's Val- -i food, for it undermines our basic in- proclnct No. 4, and that Sunnydale ley Sunday. proving," adds Mrs. voting precinct be known as Sunnydustry. Cora and Goebel Thomasson, of Crosswhite. "Six bot"Wo cannot afford to protect our dale voting precinct No. 36, and it is near South Carrollton, visited thoir I tles of Cardul and foreign commerce without giving at- further ordered and adjudged by the parents at this place from Friday to was cured, yes, I can say voting place in Sul- Sunday accompanied by their friends tention stop by step to the develop- court, that the to they were a God-sen- d ment and production of our agricul- phur Springs voting precinct No. 4, Messrs. Christie Bullock and Ray Pay--, hereby changed from ton and Misses Lena Amos and Violet me. I believe I would ture. I wish to express my approval bo and it is of the excellent work which the Am- Duudee to Sulphur Springs, and that Burgess. have died, had it not been erican Farm Bureau Federation Is heroafter all elections held in and Miss Elvera Stevens, ot Nacreek, is for Cardul." Cardul has doing. It is conservative ir. its ap- for Ohio County, Kentucky, in said visiting her sister, Mrs. Paul Russell, been found beneficial in proach and gives confidence to the precinct bo held at Sulphur Springs, of this place. many thousands of other Suuny-dal- e whulo cumtry. During tlu war we and that 'the voting place In Mrs. Jim Bartlett and children, ot cases of womanly trouvoting precinct No. 30, remain as Beda, visited her sister, Mrs. L. P. had extreme paternalism The Ambles. If you feel the need Bennett, Sunday. erican Farm Bureau Foderatloncomes It is now at Sunnydale. MACK COOK, J. 0. C. O. Road working has been the go In from the people Itself. Paternalism of 3go6d, strengthenA copy attest: W. C. Blankenshlp, this country for the past tew weeks will destroy thokbasls ot progress and ing tonic, why not try Cleric Ohio County Court. and it looks .like-- we will havo some growth Jf continued In peace times. Cardul? It may bo just m good, roads in the future, This Is a poriod of what you need. FARMERS OBJECT TO necessitating etfectlvo groups and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russell and Mr. SHIFTING TAX BURDENS and Mrs. Paul Russoll visited at tho proper and home ot Mr. Will Stevens ot Nocreek aro needed between thm. ' Sunday. "I have studied your "It would be a dire mistake to to shift a billion ot dollars ot plan as promulgatMr. Henry Simmons and wife, of ed by the Committee of. Seventeen taxes from tho incomes of tho vory Qwensboro, visited relatives of tho and adopted as the U. S. Grain Grow- rich and of corporations to tho shoul- Chapman neighborhood Sunday. ers Inc., last week at Chicago. This ders ot the farmer and the pay enveThe party given at the home ot Mr. lope ot labor, declared II. C, McKen- - Joe Thomasson's Saturday night, la marks a step In progres..' 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, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. -- You have something to SELL 'or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORDREPUBLICAN. .. If Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY a ATaa W Sun-nyda- I M Very Weak t fc te pre-efn- et; I rs CARDU ... The Woman's Tonic , at-to- graln-mar,kotl- ng g J kxxil DruKiU ,.lHLJIHI,..--.j,- t t .v sr .x- - s Tijfx.ftr? - "irwMfy3"! ' "s1- - "' ji iwj,''' L1 p P 5" ?' T Simeon D. Fcss, of tho Republican Congrosslonal Committee. lie says: It ''Tho organization of the G"th charactor revealed ENDS LIFE WITH HOPE of tho Democratic' party. In recent yers attention has been drawn to tho domination of tho Southern statesDr. Frank M. Thomas, Brok- men when tho DemocratIcparty is in government. BuMt en In Health And'SpiriO control of tho pronounced ns It now was never so Ends'lt All. appears In the G7th Congress. Years lioforo. the war this was hot so pronounced. Tho raco question finally Tlio friends of nov. Frank M. soctlonallzod tho country 'and tho Thomas, one of the bestknown min- Southorn States became solidly Demisters In the Loulsvillo conferoncd, ocratic, whjlo tho North was fairly wore shocked at tho jiows Monday united on Republicanism. "In tho present Congress tho Re: morning, that he had taken his own publicans have 301 members and tho 'life Rev. Thomas was for a number of Democrats 131. There are two vayears pastor of the Owensboro Meth- cancies' and ono Socialist, who acts odist church and since ,has ho.il with tho Domocrats. Of the 131 from what was sonic of the most Important charges Domocrats, 112 aro In Louisville, beslaes doing niiiCh failed tho Southern States, leaving church literary work of a high or- 19 from the worm anu west, which der. Ho was wallknown to many gives but 19 members to all tho vast Methodist of Ohio county, as well territory above 'Mason anil Dixon ns to other citizens, all of whom will lino. Of tho 301 Republicans, 207 regret the unfortunate circumstances "are from that section In which tho that brought about his untimely I Domocrats elected 19 members and 34 came from the section where the death. Dr Thomas was born at Bowling Domocrats elected 112 members. In Green, Ky., and a dispatch from that other words, tho Republicans elected city recites tho following account of nearly double the number south of his llfework and the unhappy circum- Mason and Dixon line that tho Democrats elected north of tho line. While stances of his death: Thomas, editor of In the North tho Republicans elected nev. Frank M. the Quarterly Review of the Southern 14 times the number of members tlu Methodist Church, for several terms Democrats elected, In the South the prerlding elder of tho Louisville Dis- Democrats elected but threte times the trict of tho Methodist Episcopal number the Republicans elected. Church,' South, and one of the most This shows the break In the solidarity prominent men In tho national con- of the Democratic solid South. "The assignment of committees by ference, hanged himself with a rope the Democrats shows how completely here today. Ho had been a sufferer from insomnia for sveral years. Mr. the Southern Democrats of the C7th Thomas was 4S years old and former Congress have control of the party Of ly was pastor of the Routh Avenue There are 5C House committees this number 54 are headed on the Methodist Church, Louisville. Dr. Thomas' body was found at Democratic side by Southern men. 2:50 o'clock this afternoon by a lit- Only two, the Immigration Committle son of Edward Lodge playing in tee and Woman Suffrage Committee, a thicket in Barrtown, half a mile aro headed by men not within that from Bowling Green. The small rope tier of States. Immigration Is head with which he had hanged himself to ed by Sabbath, of Illinois, and Woman a. tree hnd broken under his weight Suffrage by Raker, of California. and tho body was lying ton the ground. Sabbath has a,fiontest. Somo Importa It was estimated that life had been ant committees do not haveor single West. extinct seven hours. He had left member from the North This list includes, with others, the liomc thlg morning. De pondency over ill health from Important committees on Military Afs, which he was unable to obtain relief fairs, Judiciary, Indian Affairs, Public Buildings, Good Rhoads, was attributed as tho cause of his ending his life. ' HeThad suffered se- Educaton, and Bankng and Currenvere nervous breakdowns and two cy." weeks ago returned from Battle, Creek A LETTER FROM THE SOUTH Michjsan, where' he had undergone n ;:::::aisT minister (gays OUR FAR-FAME- D j Con-gra- ss that "This Is a party meas- uro and I trust you will not make it tuceiwary- - for mo to tell your peoplo you are no longer a Deirfocrat' Wi- KENTUCKY DERBY Men and Women of Renown From All . Parts of the World Come to Louis- all surrender our personal convictions and obey tho ordor. Tho few who I linvo refused to do so ho has retired 'to private llfo slfuply by so ndvhing their constituents.' "So Sir. Wilson had more power over Congress than nny at mir Presidents, not excepting Gen. Jackson. Ills own rerfson for his personal policy was that ho has a single ttack ! mind To r. railroad man tha' A locomotive on a le 's viV'y clear. .single ti'irk cannot bo pa3td by one behind it, noMiavo another ifiovo it. If thero is one coming In the cppuslto clrectlon a colllli necus- ' sarlly occurs. "Mr. Wilson, with his great ability, Into threw himself the formation of pcaco by tho creation of a League of Nations. Foreigners nro unable lo understand why that proposed League of Nations was not Accepted by tho American people. bo-slwhole-heartedly COMING! Under Big Tent V ville to Witness the Running' of This Historic Race. CABINET MEMBERS AMONG THOSE IN ATTENDANCE THIS YEAR Few of us native Kentucklans realize, perhaps, what a truly magnificent world event the Kentucky Derby has come to bo. Year by iear, It has grown steadily In popularity, until now It tops nil other sporting events on the calendar; thereby advertising the state as mil' lions of dollars' worth of space In the public prints could not possibly do, be' fc sides attracting periodically hosts of GROUP MEETINfl IN people who spend their money freely EDUCATIONAL MOVE and greatly benefiting nn Industry of vast importance to Kentucky In partiTho group conference of tho M. E. cularthe breeding of the thoroughbred hocse. Church South, composed of Fords-vlllThe list of personages who cheered Dundee, Beaver Dam, Conter-tow- n, tho winner of tho 11)21 Kentucky Derby Hartford and North Hartford would stretch out far beyond the limMission, held here yesterday afteritations of this little article. Sufllce to say that It Included several mem- noon and evening, in interest of the bers of President Harding's cabinet; campaign to raise $33,000,000 to bo distinguished visitors from abroad and expended in bohalf of christian edufinancial and commercial slants from cation by that denomination, was well nil parts of die county; some of tlio attended in behalf of christian edulatter tlio owners of horses that start- cation by that denomination, was ed In tho Derby and heavy investors in well attended, locally and by quite Kentucky estates, elaborately ima number of others from tho district proved and primarily maintained us and without, of more or less note. breedlug establishments. e, Princess Oglen Combined SHOWS AT O HARTFORD, KY. All Next Week Free Shows each and every night. Shows open at 7 o'clock. Come early and stay late, and bring the wholefamily. Z9K Popular prices. r LOUISVILLE MARKETS Pen-3ion- 'treatment. Published Religious Papers. After fcerving four years as pastor e Methodist of the Church, Louisville, Dr. Thomas was succeeded three years ago by the Rev. Lcoaldas Robinson. He then was elected book editor and editor of the Methodist Review for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Serving two terms Dr. Thomas was for eight years presiding elder of the Fourth-avenu- Louisville Methodist Episcopal ConHe had been pastor of ference. churches In Bowling Green, Owensboro, Henderson, Louisville and Mor-ganflc- ld. Surviving Dr. Thomas are his widow, formerly Miss Stella Phillips, Bowling Gree,n, a daughter, Miss Elizabeth Thomas, and two sons, Thomas and Frank Thomas. He was a brother of T. W. and R. C. T. Thomas, prominent lawyers of this city. 13orii In Rowling Green Frank Morehead Thomas, clergyman, son of Richard Curd (M. D.) and Elizabeth (Wright) Thomas was born In Bowling Green July 3, 1868. Doctor Thomas hold the degrees of A. B. and A. M. from Ogden College, Bowling Green; tho degree of B. D. from Vanderbilt University, Nash-vIUTenn., and tho degree of D. D. from Kentucky Wesleyan College, c, Winchester. On Juno 18, 1900, he married Stella F. Phillips of Bowling Green, Ky. He was ordained a minister of the Muhodlst Episcopal Church, South, id 1S3. He was a pastor at LouisHenderson, Ky., ville, 1893-7; 0; 1899-190- 3, Louisville 1903-4- ; Owensboro 1D04-S- ; Morganfiold 1908-1pro- sldlmr elder Louisville district, 1910-1lor a while pastor of the Fourth Avenue Church, Louisville. In 1920 he was ehose nedltor pf Methodist Review and Book with office at 810 Broadway, Nashville Tennessee. He was author of the Apostolic Church, 191 C; A Short Guide to JJookdom, 1903; Tho Coming Presence 1913. 4; Mr. M. L. McCracken, Hartford, Ky. Dear Mr. Mack: V received the letter you sent me all O. K. and am much obliged to you for the trouble This was from a real estate, man whom we had met while we wero in West, Alabama, before we bought down here. Wish I could see you and talk to you for a good long time, am glad to know that you are getting along so well, I hear of a good many things that you are doing to help tho people along of that good old town and county and It does me good to hear it. AVe have organized a county Farm 3ureau and also State and they elect ed me president of the County and Ass't. Treasurer of the State with-jil- l tho work to do of the State. I tried to keep them fiom electing mo but They seemed to I could not do it. be determined to put It on me. We We have about three hundred In tho county and expect more. We havp our annual dues at $10.00 and I really bellevo we ought to have put I got quite a nice writ: It to $15.00. up In tho paper about It. I wish you would come down South some tlmo and let me see you, would like for you to teH"mo all about your Farm Bureau and tell me how it is getting along and give mo some good points about the work. me to all my good Remember friends up thero and tell thorn I would llko very much to see them. We have our first cutting of alfalfa baled up and tho second Is coming in mighty fast. With kindest re gards, W. W. BROWDER. Montgomery, Ala., R. F. D No. 2 HEFL1N. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dooley and Miss Hcttlo Chlnn visited Mr. and Mrs. Willlo Stroubo Sunday. Mr. Gilbert Balrd, who Is employed at Taffy, visited his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Andy Boird, Sunday. Mr. Andy Patton and family visited Mr. Patton'a mother Sunday. Miss Clara Ellis, of McIIenry, Visited .her mother, Mrs. Mollis Ellis, Saturday und Sunday. Mr. Jesso Foster and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Easterday Sunday. Mr. Hubeit Bennett ami Mattlo Gay Leisure visited friends near Sunday. Mr. Harlan Shown and family of near Uartfoid, wero guests of Mr., and Mrs. Ansel Patton Sunday. Misses Era and Vena Hoover and Mr. Forest Hoover visited friends at Now Bethel, Sunday. Cen-torto- Dnring the pr. Thomas was chaplain Fftird Kentucky Regiment. SpanUih-Amerlcan War of tho For soSornl months laBt winter Dr. Thuiras was a patient at Pope's fiacsJorlum in Louisville. Ills frlonds Aiwv of his 111 health and of his t 1WCMOCRACY IS SOUTHERN SAYS CirAlRM.VN' FESS "Washington. May 12. That tho Democratic party Is merely a Southern parly and Is entirely sectional la "ono Is tho contention of Chairman Hogs Top hogs at $8.75 proved well In lino with other matkets. Best hogs 165 pounds and up sold at $8.75; 120 to 165 pounds ?S.50; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $7; 90 pounds Pigs down $0; throwouts $6.25'. suitable for stocker purposes In quantities are bringing a premium over Outlook for other prices on pigs. good active trade right along. Cattle Midweek trade brought m out a light number with few changes PLAYED BALL. on any class of stock. noted In values Light Inquiry continues for the best The Hartford and Centertown basefeeders and stockers at prevailing ball teams played a game on the local Undertone steady in heavy grounds Saturday afternoon, in which rates. steer division, with few offered. Fair- the home boys won by a score of 6 ly good clearance noted. to 4. I don't know whether or not Quotations: Prime heavy steprs this was a decided victory, in tho ab8.G5 ;heavy shipping steers sence of my personal knowledge of $S.25 $8S.25; medium steers $7.50j1S; the game, but as tho regular editor of common light steers $7 7.50; fat j this paper, who knows about base heifers $6.50S.75; fat cowsC ball from Babe Ruth to Buttermilk cutters $3 Charlie, Is sick this week, I mentjon 7.25 medium cows &4; canners $22.50; bulla 54.50 the result for whatever It may be (fj6; feeders $6.7.50; stockers worth. $4.50(0)7.25; milch cows $20 75. m Calves Market steady. Best veals HARTFORD MASONS WILL common to me $9; medium HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES dium Sheep and Lambs All grades held Hartford Lodge No. 675 F. & A. steady. Best spring lamb3 $13 50; M., Is perfecting arrangements for seconds $9 9.50. Best clip sheep $5 thcr conduct of memorial services at 5.50; best wool sheep $5.506; Oakwood Cemetery on Sunday aftertop noon of June 5th. bringing only handy-weigh- ts price. Bucks $3.50 4. will be An appropriate program Produce Market. rendered in addition to tho decoraLouisville produce dealers quote tion of tho graves of those who have buying prices as follows net,- - to ship- gone before. An orator of note 13 to per the shipper paying freight and bo procured to deliver the main addrayage charges: dress. . Eggs 18c dozen, without cases. Poultry Hens 21c; large spring ROSINE. chickens 21c; small 40c; young ducks 15c; No. 1 turkeys 28 30c; geese 8c Mrf Lon White of Horse Branch, guineas 30c each. was' here on business Tuesday. m "Mrs. Lucy Evans Is visiting her DEPKW FLAYS WILSON niece; Mrs. R. L. Alford this week. ON HIS 87TII BIRTHDAY ..Mr. Russell Earp has opened a line of groceries and cold drinks. Washington, May lb'. How former Mr. Willie Allen and family visitPresident Wilson lost his opportuni- ed his mother Mrs. Dave Allen Sunty to bes( serve the American people day. and the world was told by former Rev. Ward Taylor Is building a Senator Chauncey M. Dopew on the store house occasion of his 87 birthday. He Miss Virginia Monroe yhas. returned to her homo at Olaton. '' said: Quite a number of people from this "Mr. Wilson was for a time tho foremost, the most popular and pow- place went to Render Mines tJ Diserful statesman In the world. I have trict meeting' of the Church of tiod, i found in meeting intimately during Tuesday. a long life masterful men in every Rev. Willis Carden has been In a department of activity that all of revival meeting at this place for tho them, It they continue in thb samo past two weeks, assisted by Rev. S, F. line until after middle age, never es- Beard of Akron, Ohio and we are glad cape or try to get rid of their train- to say a, great deal of jjpod was acing. President Wilson had .a great complished by his being here. Bro. mind and boundless industry and a3 Beard has now returned to his home a teacher soon reached the head of In Ohio, but will lpng be remembergreat truths oijo of the great institutions of the ed by the people for-th- e country. For almost a generation, as he put before the people from God'a a teacher, ho was bringing Immature eternal word. Bro. CardeiTwlll soon minds to a preparation whero they go to Balzetown for a time. could entor fully equipped upon the competitions and activities of life. He DUNDEE AND SUNNYDALK PLAYED BALL SUNDAY did not want from them either advice or suggestion. That was natural. Dundoe and Sunnydale met on the It was for him to so tthom on the lattor's grounds Sunday for the first light path and keep them In It. "Domocratlc Senators, wl)h whom gamo of baseball played in that end After I served for many years, told me that of the county this season. Wilson never consulted them, nor much maneuvering and noise the would he accept their volunteered ad- game ended in a victory of 34 to 14 They said: "Wo mid free com- in favor of Sunnydale. vice. Our reporter said tho boys showmunication with McKlnley, Roosevelt and Tuft but our President presents ed fine grit and staying qualities and, us measures and says, "Enact them with practice would do boiuo real However, tho score indiInto law." Our constituents accept baseball. him as the leader of our partyr Ho cates they wllUrequiro quite a bit declines to discuss the matter and of practice IS YOUR LIFE INSURED? Does the amount of llfo insurance you now carry provide adequate protection to those dependent upon you? Your life has a dollar and cent value. If you reallzo youresponsIbil!ty to your family yoirwill Insure your life for what it Is worth. See CAL P. KEOWN and Insure In the State-Mutu- al of Worchester, Mass., an old and reliable Company. CAL P. 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