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Subscription $1.50 per Ycaft NUMBER 47 "WHITE MULE" OUTFIT TAKEN BY OFFICERS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, terfered with, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1921. audience's appreciation. Dlanton Ellis, President, was Master of ceremonies, and Miss Emllie Pondloton, Valedictorian. Other members of tho clns3 are Misses Loubel Sallyo Shults, Gertrude WilJIams, Margaret King, Flora Schlcmmer, Rhoads, Amelia Plrtlo, Kittio Dcss Dodson, and Raymond Robertson Freeman Schapmlre and Douglas Williams. Wednesday night marked tho closing of tho exercises when tho address to the Graduates was given at tho M. E. Church by Prof. J. L. Harmon, of the Bowling Green Business University. Prof. Harmon made a clear and forceful address on this occasion, one much complimented by the large audience. Students of the Agricultural' class presented Prof. Bruner with a silver loving cup on this occasion. Tho splendid showing made by the" pupils in all of tho exercises witnessed by the public, is of itself evidence of the fact that the session of 1920-2Just closed, was one that the com- niunity can commend and may even j be justly proud of. Certainly, honest effort, faithful labor, has been ren- -, dercd. by tho Faculty of our esteemed during the j Institution of learning year Just closed. 1, I I phono communication was much InIn fact no Bervico worth whllo was to bo had during a grcator WHITE IS DEAD portion of tho tlmo, even railway trains in places, whero they dopend upon electrical devices for signals woro forced to suspend operations Noted Jurist Succumbs After during n short period of the time Saturday night. Undergoing Serious JUSTICE t Mash Destroyed And Cruder A Still Is Brought To Operation Washington, Mny 19. Chief Justice) Edwnrd Douglass White of the United States Supremo Court died at '2 o'clock this morning at a hospital Ho was 70 years old. here w ltiiie fur his recovery fro complication- Unit developed aftor an operation hc-- t Frlndy for bladder trouble It watt abandoned early last night. was s.ild that only his romarknblo had enabled him to live through fhe day. , The last rites of tho Catholic Church woro administered when ho revlvi d from n state of coma for a few minutes, but he soon lapsed Into unconsciousness ngaln. Itiiips ('(inics I'lU'vpeetcdly. After tho unexpected relapse the physicians hail not expected the Chief Justlco to llvo through the night. The Rev. Fathor S. J. Creed-eGeorgetown University, administered tho last sacrament during the early evening when members of the lmmodlato family woro summoned to tho bedside. National Figure Since 1H1II. Horn In Louisiana and serving in the Confederate Army In the Civil War, ho became a national figure in 1801 upon his election to the United States Senate. Ho served there only threo years, however, Prosidont Clove-lan- d appointing him to tho Supreme Court In 1S94. 'lie was made the Chief Justice in 1910 by President Taft, who boldly disregarded the custom regarding the selection of Justices from his own party, and it was Justlco White who administered tho oath of office to Presidents Wilson and Harding. "Was 111 Slv Weeks Ago. Six weeks ago tho venerable Chief Justlco developed a severo cold which made It nccssary for him to absent himself from the court, but he returned within two weeks, and May 2 he delivered a vigorous dissenting opinion In tho Newberry case. This was tho last opinion that he delivered, and it also was his last appearance In court on decision day, for before tho next decision day camo last Monday, ho had found it neces sary to submit to an operation. Chief Justice White's first opinions en tho bench indicated that he was a sttoug adherent of tho school of Chief Justice Marshall. The hope of tho Republic, ho insisted at every opportunity lay In the supremo power of the Federal Government to control n, WOMEX LIABLE FOK SCHOOL POLL TAX Hartford Sheriff S. A. Bratcher, with Deputy Frank Tlchenor, Jailer Worth. e ty According to an opinion and ruling of Attorney General Charles I. Daw-xo- n, Women of Kentucky nro liable for n poll tax of not exceeding J 1.00 for school purposes. The act authorizing tho levy and collection of taxes Is so worded that all legal voters are llabel. So it naturally follows that when women became legal votors they automatically assumed this burden and responsibility for the poll tax, at loast the Attorney General has so ruled, and It is presumed that except tho Courts are called upon to pass upon the question and nn adverse opinion is rendered, women must pay. THE PIN HEAD AND THE LORD'S PRAYER Ed llurke, cf somewhere, was In Hartford Wednesday and yesterday end may bo hero today, exhibiting his famous pin head upon which, Is engraved tho whole of tho Lord's Prayer. Tho unbeliever Is ho only, who hath not seen. It seems Impossible, but it Is there. We, with the Republican office forco Inspected this work of wonder. Count the letters In the Prayer and then you may gain a better idea as to the seeming impossibility of man's ability to chrv them all upon a pin's head, which Is than the a ' rug? but slightly llfo by every pin used In every-da- y lady of the land. A glass of large magnifying power is necessary in order to bring out the letters, but which mado them appear about as large as the letters composing the head on this article. LOUISVILLE MARKETS Cattle Midweek trado proved quiet and inactive. Fair outlet for the be3t light butchers at steady to lower rates. Medium and half-fkinds hard to dispose of at low prices. Trado weaker in heavy steers, with few offered. Light demand for at To the voters of tho Sixth Circuit Court District of Kentucky: At the earnest solicitation and urgent request of numerous friends throughout tho District, I have decided to enter the race for lnrr AMMUNITION' THAIX IS MUSTERED AT STANFORD Stanford, Ky May 14. A military company, which will have charge of tho ammunition train, was musThere tered in hero this afternoon. members in tho comare sixty-flv- o pany, of which John Owsley Reld Is captain, and M. C. Nowland and L. D. Conn, first lieutenants. Major Woodyard, of tho Quartermaster SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL Corps, mustered tho comany in after ENDS THIS EVENING BROUGHT TO CLOSE a dinner had been served to members, and speeches mado by Judge H. R. Saufley and Peter M. McRoberts.' Commencement Exorcises of Beaver Commencement Exercises Intercstins Dam Graded and High School Ami Well Attended; Twelve LAW REQUIRES TILVT Of Unusual Interest. Aro Graduated. EGGS BE CANDLED The commencement exercises of the Beaver Dam Graded and High school aro in progress this week. On Monday evening, May 1C, tho grades gave an entertainment. largest The crowd that over attended such an occasion here, was present. All went away well pleased. On Tuesday ovening tho pupils of Miss Nora Jacksons' Class in Music and Expression gave a recital. The program was well rendered and interesting. Another largo crowd was present for the ovening. All were delighted with tho work done by the pupils, as displayed by tho excellent program that they gave. On Wednesday ovening May IS, the Juniors of tho High School gave the play, entitled, "The Dear Boy Graduates." To say that tho play was well rendered is putting It mildly. The evening proved one of the best attractions of tho week. On Thursday evening tho Class Exercises wore given by the Senior Class. A good program had been prepared by tho class and this evening proved to be another delightful ovening. On this evening tho Commencement exercises will be glvon. The address of tho occasion will bo glvon by Prof. R. P. Green, Stato Supervisor of High Schools. This will end tho week's program. Tho school torm has boon quite successful in point of attendance and In intonfst to both pupils and patrons. . to tho office of Commonwealth's Attorney. Six- years ago, this coming November, the people, regardless of political affiliation, conferred upon me an honor of which I shall always be proud and for which I shall always be thankful and most grateful. I have devoted these six years in an honest endeavor to discharge aright the duties of tho high office of Commonwealth's Attorney. With what success I have attained these ends, the people are and by right should be the judges. It has been my highest ambition to servo well the people to whose service I was, six years ago, called, and the solicitation of mo to become a candidate for by a greatjpiany of the people of tho District, attests, in a measure at least, the faith and confidence reposed in me and my official record, as their public servant. For many years, it has been the universal custom In this District to and thereby indorse tho official record of those who. have been elected to the offlco of Commonwealth's Attorney, and I hope the people, who I have tried faithfully to serve, will maintain the precedent, established by long year3 of practice, and compliment me with an Indorsement. Yours very truly, CLAUDE E. SMTTH. Louisville, May 14. Attention was called by the Str.to Board of Health Chief Justlco White was In tho Son-nt- o In an announcement Issued hero tothree yenrs before ho was elovat-c- d day to the fact that the period of the to the bench of tho Supreme Court year when eggs must bo candled beof tho United States by President gins on Mey 10 and does not end until January 15. Miss Sarah Vance, Crover Cleveland In 1S94. director of tho board's Bureau of HOYS CJKT Pure Foods and Drug3, Issued the anFINKS IN COURT nouncement. In it she stated that her bureau Intends to tako a more Clyde Hlnes and Lennlo Watson of active part than over before in seeJtcIIonry, charged with breach of the ing that this rule Is enforced and that poaco, were glvon fines of $40.00 and all violations of tho statuto will be IS days in Jail, on trial of their cases prosecuted. The regulation provides, according hero Monday. t'larence Aul of Fordsvillo, charg to Miss Vance, that beforo any couned with ill treatment of his wife was ' try storekeeper can buy eggs from a placed under a 5500.00 peace bond. farmer they must bo candled. SimiHomer McNutt of Beaver Dam, ' larly, whero poultry and egg dealers charged with complicity in tho rob-- j buy eggs from country storekeepers hery of J. T. Vinson & Sons, was tho eggs likewise 'must bo candled. held over to await action of tho grand Selling of eggs by hucksters before they havo been candled Is prohibited. Jury, Wednesday. m When eggs aro packed In cases, on AXHOKA UOREAL1S the top of each caso must bo placed a certificate on tho form prescribed by Tho aurora borealis, or what is' the State Board of Health, that tho commonly called northern lights was eggs havo been' candled. much In ovldenco Saturday night,; Prosocutlons for shipping bad egg3 from early after dark to noar mid- to Indiana already have been instinight. When wo observed tho phe- tuted in the Federal Courts, Mls3 nomena from 9:30 to 10 o'clock, ob- Vance pointed out, Robert Haddock jects in tho moon's light, which had of Henshaw and Thomas E. Ellis of Just turned Its first full quarter, gave Rumsey having been fined $75 and orf but tho slightest shadow, tho $40, respectively, by Judge Evans at night uolng so light from tho bril- Owousboro on May 2. 1 liant electrical display. In darkness, EVERLY KEOWX the night had tho appearance of that I Mr, S. II. Keown and Mrs. Salllo period botween twilight and darkG. Evorly, both of Rockport, camo to ness, t During the fall of 1919, tho lights town Monday, May 16th, and after as brilliant as were procuring tho nocessary authority, reword" almost Saturday night. Thoso who paired to tho home of Rov. T. T. Fra-zio- r, those of pastor of tho 'Hartford M. E. missed seeing the rare display of Satnight and that of 1919 mnyj church aud woro Joined In marriage, urday the Rov. Frazler pronouncing" tho not see anothor in years. I Telegraph and Ions distance tele- - ceremony. its nftairs. j NEW ULACKSMITU SHOP. Wo hnvo Just oponod a now black- smith shop on tho Centortown road, near rear of Tate's Restaurant. Plain shoes, $1.50, toed shoes, $1.80, nil 4712 round. Givo us a trial. M. C. MURRY. The forty-firannual commencement exercises of tho Hartford Grade and High School were ushered in last Friday night with a Declamatory contest in which six girls of the Freshmen class participated, as follows: Misses Kathryn Williams, Edith Tinsley, Martyne Sproulo, Anabel King, Corlnne Ward and Locket Ford. Each acquitted herself with credit, which Is also saying that both School and Instructors were likewise honored by the contest, which was close and rather hard to decide, at least by the audience. Miss Williams was returned the winner of tho medal, which was given by Dr. J. B. Tappan. Those grading the contestants were, Mrs. J. S. Glenn, Messrs. Lyman Bar-ro- tt and A. D. Kirk. Tho Baccalaureato Sermon, by Dr. Bruce Lyle of Nashville, Tenn., was delivered at the M. E. church Sun-- j day at 11 o'clock, Rov. T. T. Frazler, pastor, assisting. Dr. Lyle preached one of the strongest and most appropriate sermons on this occasion heard here in a long time. On Monday night, an. operetta by pupils of tho grades was presented tt a crowded house. This number was splendidly rendered and showed tho good results of well spent work upon .the part of both pupil and teacher. To say that it was enjoyed by frlend3 vm patrons of the school Is hut stating an evident fact. Tuesday night's program was en tirely of and by the Seniors. No one, oxcopt he or she bo a sonlor, dared appear upon tho stage on this occa sion. Tho twelve, Individually and collectively, sot a mark not easy to attain by tho classes which are to falEach member had a part, a low. product of their own thought, pen and memory and the applause brought forth was an orldence of the st ' I atockers and feeders of all descriptions. Common trashy stockers badly neglected. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $S.50S.75; heavy shipping steers $83S.50; medium steers $78; fat heifers $G.509; fat cows $6(0)7.25; medium cows $4G; cutters $3 4; canners $1.502; bulls $4.50 G. 25; feeders $6(Jp7.25; stockers $4.50(0)7; Milch cows $20075. Calves Market steady. Best veals $8; medium $5.506; common to medium $4(0)5. Hogs Demand fairly active, but prices 25c lower on top grade in line Dest with lower prices all around, hogs, 90 pounds and up $8.50; 90 pounds down $7; throwouts $6.50 down. Sheep and Lambs Top lambs 75c to $1 lower; seconds 50c lower; sheep steady. Top lambs $13.50 down; seconds $8.50 ,to $9. Best sheep $5.50)6; bucks $3.50. Produce Market. Louisville produce dealers quote buying prices as follows, net to shipper, the shipper paying freight and drayage charges: Eggs ISc dozen, without cases. Country Butter 14c pound. Poultry Hens 21c lb.; large spring chickens 21c lb.; small 40c lb.; roosters 10c lb.; ducks 20c lb.; turkeys 25c lb.; geese Sc lb.; guineas 30c each; young guineas 50c. GRAY MIDKIFF- TIchenor, accompanied by County-JudgMack Cook and County-AttorneA. D. Kirk guided by a citizen oC the community, went "Moonshine" hunting Wednesday and as a result, discovered a crude outfit some three miles south of McIIenry. Flvo barrels of mash were destroyed and tho still brought to Hartford, whero tho copper oll was destroyed. Tho boiler is of copper and will contain flvo gallons. It Is estimated that the capacity of the still was 3 or 4 quarts per hour. Tho outfit was located In tho roughest part of that country and. was In a sort of cave or rock house In a deep, dark hollow, accessablo on- ly to one going on foot. It Is said that the still was operated only at night and it had probably located at the place where found not more than a week or ten days, having been moved from a point not far away. The point Is a full half mile from the nearest residence and no sign of llfo was discovered near the still, although it Is believed that of- fleers may be in possession cf tips that will lead to tho arrest of thoso connected wtih the outfit at an early-date- . . The copper boiler was' shaped something like an ordinnry 5 gallon coal oil can and showed evidence of cride workmanship, the cone shaped top having been roughly soldered on. Officers state that the meal and' other items used in operation of the still had to be carried for f.onie distance, as no road, other than that or footmen approached the almost Inac ' cessablo point. MARRIAGE PERMITS RECENTLY ISSUED S. H. Keown, Rockport, to Sallie G., Evorly, Rockport. Oren Mldkiff, Sunnydale, to Ruth. Gray, Sunnydalo. Recle Plummor, McHenry, to Mau-d- ie Likens, McHenry. Alva Calloway,. Centertown, to Ethel Mae Williams, Centertown. Jesse- Baizo, Balzetown, to Rema Hunter, Renfrow. Joble Wilson, Beaver Dam, R. 2, to Nola St. Clair, Roslne. J. T. Smith, Horton, to Maymo-Leac-h, Roslne. X M .H. Thompson, Horton, to Nella-Alfo- rd, Roslne. ' HERBERT. and Mrs. J. "W. Rearden In tertalned the following guests Saturday night and Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown and daughter, Okla Mae, Mr. Ohio County Clerk's office, Judge Mack Cook performing the ceremony. The bride is a daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gray, while the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mldkiff .both of whom aro popular young people In their community. CLEAR RUN. Rev. R. E. Fuqua and family spent the day Tuesday at their farm here. St. Elmo Murry, of Hartford, who Is visiting friends and relatives here, will return home soon. Mr. John Griffin nnd family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Hanley aro tho proud parents of a new boy. Mr. Emmett Park nnd wlfo wont to Rough River Wednesday, fishing. Bennle Trogdon was klckod In tho face one day last week by a horso, and was very sick for a few days. Yatos Everllng Is on tho slclc list this week. Mrs. David Sharp and daughter, Hetle, of Ploasant Ridge, spent a few days last week 'as tho guests of Mrs. Emma Hoover. Mrs. Anna Hoover returned homo Sunday aftor visiting hor daughter, at Owonsboro, for u week. Mr,. Clinton Park and family attended a birthday dinner Sunday at "Bug" Baughn'a near Adaburg. Mrs. Nancy Ray, of Vernonla, Mr; Oren Mldkiff and Miss Ruth Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller and Gray, both of Sunnydalo, were mar daughter, Emma, of Hartford. ried Monday, May the 16th in the Misse3 Vlrgie Mae and Nina Bur-det- to, Messrs Walter Haynes and Elbert Richmond were the guests of Miss Myrtle Reynolds Sunday. Mr. V. M. Miller and wife spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bruner. , Mr. and Mrs. Guy HInton, and Mr. and Mrs. John HInton and children woro guests of Mr.' and Mrst. O. T. Burdette Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tug Huff lntertalnod, the young people of this neighborhood, with a party nt tholr homo, Saturday night. Messrs. Wllslo .Hlnes and DewoyHuff motored to Owensboro Saturday. Mr, Tug Huff and wife visited their daughter, Mrs. Jessie Lyons, Sunday. Several from here nro planning to attend tho. commencement at Whltes-vill- o High School next week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holland, of Whltosvlllo, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Millor Sunday. SINGING CONVENTION The Ohio County, South Side, Singing Convention will meet at Independence, Sunday May 29th. Choirs from all points aro urged to attend and the public in general invited to bo present. Come and bring well filled baskets and let us make a pleasant f day of it. OZNA SHULTS, Ch'ra'n. . 3 I mjMMu a m nn m i iliiin i Mtii ilfa - and Its bonrlng upon the cost of v:ouLn clothing to tho public, and as bearing upon such cost, tho methods and costs of manufacturing clothing In 1 AX ON TOURISTS tho various clothing centers of tho United States; tho cost and selling price of woolen clothing and other Plan Proposed To End De- materials used in llio manufacturing of clothing, and tho methods of sale ficits In Municipal and distribution of such woolen cloth Budget. and other materials, nnd also tho cost land selling price of retailers of cloth ing throughout the United States; tho Paris, May 14. No German In- rise In tho wholesale nnd retail cost demnity being Immediately available, of clothing during tho past seven s noil the Paris municipal budget years nnd tho causes thereof; the considerably In arears, repara- profits In tho manufacture and sale tions aro to bo sought from tourists. of clothing, both retail nnd whole-sai- l, hotels a Already in tho first-clas- s by years during the past seven tourist Is required to pay 10 per cent venr-- Iho roiann fnr till- lirPHPIlt In- ...... . . in addition to his bill This goes, to dustrlal dispute In New York City In in'nd the city. Generally It amounts tho presence or absence of any large hotels to about $4 a day, nor- disputes In other large cities; the conmal exchange. Now the municipali ditions of labor, with special reference ty proposes to tax all visitors an ad- , to contracting system and sweatshops ditional six francs, or more than a prior to tho organization of the workdollar normal exchange, under the ers and since; tho purposes, objects, theory that if ho puts up In a big methods, and tactics of thoAmalca-mate- a liotol ho can well afford to help pay Clothing Workers of America for civic lmpioements. and Its relations, If any, with politiGuests In smaller hotels will bo cal organisations nnd quasi polltcal taxed on a sliding scale, with a min- groups; the purposes, objects methimum of 2 francs GO centimes dally ods, and lactcs of clothing manufacFew of the smaller ho- turers' nssoclallons especially in New BO cents. tels have bathrooms, so tho Ameri- York City, and their relations, If can usually Incurs the extra expense any, with other organizations." c and stays at a hotel considered as v.:.:: lay DIAMOND SLUMP RUINS DEALERS; MiiiKi-- t vgmm 4pJi1f i f wi J fci"niiif" ' ' J' m ji fZltLjiA 13KWCT 3 ltiin.uc :10O to .".()() per Cent Helow TlMt of Klxlitceii M I THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan Mouths A no. I be-in- tj., Let Americans Help! The now tax Is only one more sign that tho people In the war countries aro bent on getting the last dollar out of every American who comes across. "All Americans aro rich," they sn ; 'Uhcy can easily help us pay our bills in return for the good time they always have In France." Acting no doubt, on the same prin-clplMaurice's, tho latent dancing palace to open, charges 100 francs for a bottle of campagne and 10 francs for an ordinary package of costs Tho campagne cigarettes. wholesale from 10 to 18 francs a bottle: "When the A. E. F. first arrived in France in 1917, the same wine could be bought for seven o, "first class." I I There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country thnn nil other diseases put together, nnd for years It was supposed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, nnd by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, Rreatly Influenced by constitutional conditions nnd therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by r. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy. Is taken Internally and nets thru the Blood on tho Jlucous suriaccs of the System. One Hundred Dollars re- ward Is offered for any caso that Hall's' Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars nnd testimonials. F. J. CHENEY U CO., Toieao, umo. Sold by Druggists, lie. Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 1'ROXOUXCE -a TUB ZEPPELIN A FAILURE francs. Harry Pllcer's place, across from Maurice's, charges S5 francs a bottle and nothing but campagne is served. Tho Clover Club also charges 85 francs and most of tho Montmarte places charge equal sums. arc obviously aimed at the "rich Contrasted with these prices, which for- days ir ho practiced economies; if lie "went out with the, boys" he would be on a borrowing status in one eigner," is the fact that in some small by only frequented restaurants Frenchmen, very fair meals can bo obtained for 5 and francs. Recently a restaurant of this class Ameri"became advertised among cans owing to the excellence of Its Within a week its fixed cooking. price for dinner had risen from 8 francs to 15 with wine charges In proportion. French functionaries earning only 500 francs a month manage to support families. Five hundred francs might last an American (stranger 3 C French officers at Paris assert that tho German Zeppelin proved a failure during the war, as made evident by the publication of the figures in Berlin. It appears that S3 of this bij type ot aircraft were sent out altogether and that GG of them were Of destroyed, a fearful percentage. this numbr 34 were brought down by tho allies, 13 burned, 10 smashed while landing, four fell thru motor trouble, two were ruined getting Into ths hangars, one was struck by lightning and one blown out to sea. Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion, flatulence are symptoms of a torpid llvcx. No one can feel well while, tho liver is inactive. HERBINE Is a powerful liver stimulant. A doso or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try it. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. - night. . The .Story of Our States By JONATHAN BRACE "When tho baby take3 too much food the stomach turns; the result is indigestion, sourne33 and vomiting. Frequently the bowels are Involved and there Is colic pains and diarrhoea. McGeo's Haby Elxlr is a grand corrective remedy for tho stomach and bowel disorders of babies. It is pure, wholosomo and pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. 'AMKK1CAN IX. NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW TOII A MI SHIRE falls the honor of casting the vote which d c f I n i t ely OFFICER KStYil'l'.S Capt. M. C. Cooper, an American ivvlatlon officer who was captured last July while aiding thp Poles In the war r.salnst the Russian liolshevlkl, mad', bis escape In April and after c long joun.ey reached Letvia. With him vcro two Poles, nnd tho trio traveled part ot tho way by riding under They like hoboeli. fTclgbt enrs found nil bridges guarded and had to make long detours, mostly at night. Tho peasants were kind and tradod them food for articles of their clothing. They gave their shoes and overcoats Tor help to cross tho line out of Ititbsla. Capt, Cooper said that American prisoners In Russia rocolvo little food and of poor qua-(litand they arc mado to shovel snow from railroad tracks and perform othor hard labor. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S a--t ASTORIA Investigaclothing Industry of tho May 14. t:u tn RORAH PRODS CLOTHIERS WRHhlngtun, tion of tho Unuwl Status us to get at the ot the working conditions to thii prcment unrest la thMnilutry U contemplated by Senator llornh, of Idaho, In u resolution introduced In tho Senate. IIU probe would Indudo "tho causes of tho Industrial unrost in lliese industries hi the various eJfllhltiB centers in the United States United States. The Constitution was to formally take effect when nine states had ratified it and on June 11, 178S, New Hampshire rounded out the necessury quotn of the states. This beat Virginia for the deciding vote by only four days. Tho beginnings of New Hampshire lead back to Captain Mason, who had been governor of Portsmouth In Hampshire, Eng-lunThus was the name of the colony derived nnd also that of Its llrst city, Portsmouth. As it reward for Mason's faithfulness to King Charles ho wus allotted u lurgo territory north of the Merrlmuc river. The llrst bottlenients were sturtod In 1023 In Rye and Dover. Shortly ufter, u theological dispute arose in Boston, led by Mrs. Anne Hutchinson, which resulted In her g banished. Some of her followers wont north nnd founded Exeter, not fur from tho towns of Portsmouth nnd Dover. Shortly after tho town of Hampton wus bottled by Massachusetts people. As Captain Musoii died soon nfter thl.s, those four towns In KM Joined thmnsclvcH to Massachusetts. In 1079, however, King Clmrles II separated them again nnd formed the royal province of New Hampshire. The present urea of New Hampshire Is 0,311 square miles. From the rugged aspect of Its White mountains linn conn tho name Granite Mate, by which It Is often popularly called. The population of New Huuipshlro wurruuts tin electoral vote of four for president. bc-,ln- formed the d. ( by McClure Neipper Syndicate) London, May 14. "Tho day of tho diamond Is all but at nn end." was This remarkable statement made by one ot tne lending figures In the diamond Industry. Ho matly the assertion In a moment of Impulse for no ono would wiJh to decry his own wares. Yet It Is a fact. Diamonds no longer stand for affluence. "As rare as a diamond" Is today as obsoleto a saying as "precious as a gam." The following prices per kara't for tho rough, uncut stones shows how the ma kei has slumped within a 5 oar: $45 Early In 1920 2S End December . . .. 17 April 1921 Tho above prices supplied by a prominent diamond broker, arc the actual figures at which he disposed ot small parcels of stones. "Tho slump In prices began about last June," he said. "Today I can not get $60,000 for a parcel of stones for which I then refused $300,000." Dlsnster to tho diamond industry is being averted only thru the efforts of the controlling syndicate, which is able to stem the fall in prices somewhat, notwithstanding tho almost complete absence ot trading. Are Hunt Hit. Many dealers, as well as private speculators, have been hard hit owing tc their being unable to dispose of their large holdings except at a heavy loss. For many years past diamonds have been the shrewd man's investperson, ment. The knowledgable with money to put away, has looked for something more stable than governmental bonds, less liable to market fluctuations than the finest brand And he found It, of trustee slocks. Diaas ho thought. In diamonds. monds were not only attractive and decorative to look at, but they represented cash ami couliU be converted into ready money at any time, probably with a profit to himself. That, at all events, was how he reasoned, and he was right then Today, however, there Is a very different tale to be told. The vogue In diamonds reached Its climax iu 1919, when there was an absolute craze for diamonds. People who had been almost afraid to look In a jeweler's shop window before, now bought at any price that dealers liked to a3k. Apparently It had been tho. one wish of all the people to whom the war had brought wealth to possess diamonds, and at their first moment of prosperity they rushed to the Jewelers. The demand had a natural sequel; prices soared, and rose, to as much as 500 per cent above their previous value. Duyers scoured the continent buying up jewels of Impoverished Russian, German and Austrian noble families. The craze spread to America and Japan, and this overseas demand contributed to keep germs nt their falmlous price. Sales of famous collections brought sums. Suddenly the in unheard-o- f picture changed and within a month Jewel3 for which fortunes had been given were being offered for sale at almost any price. Desperate Efforts The millionaire mine owners are making a desperate effort to right the output. Some of the most famous mines In South Africa aro partially closed down, and the output from tho rest Is only being put on the market in minute quantities. Experts who had Imagined that the value of the diamond could never drop to any appreciable extent have been dumfounded to see diamonds being actually exchanged for maize and meal round some of the wealthiest mines in South Africa. When ono recalls the romantic and tragedies connected with Eomo of the world's famous stones, ono Is forced, to ask were they worth It. All the world's greatest stones have stories attached to them which rival tho wildest flights of fiction. Most precious of nil, probably, is the ' great r. This great stone Is believed to bo part of a still greater diamond known as "The Great Mogul," which was shaped like half 800 an egg, and weighed nearly karats. The othor part of this Is believed to be tho Orloof, once In the Rus3lun Bcoptro, nnd now hoayon onlv knows whoie. Probably It was part of tho jowelry disposed of by the bolsheviks In their recent dealings. Jewel Romance. passed thru tho The hands of one conquoror of India to anothor, until tho legend grow that tho possessor of tho groat diamond had a magic power of becoming ruler ot India. It caused Intertribal wars, murders and Intrigues for ma ny pours, until 1819 tho Hrttlsh gov- ernmpnt took possession of It. It was shipped to England with tho greatest secrecy, and tho l&to Duko ot Argyle used to relate that the K hls-Oil- as Koh-i-NooKoh-1-.NoKoh-1-No- The most comfortable body of the Ford Sedan rests unon the and proven, reliable Foid d chassis and has such a low first cost price and operates at such a small expense that it is the ideal car for city uses and equally ideal for the fanner. In the country, in the town, and m the city, the Ford Sedan by merit alone, has become the most popular among enclosed cars. The increased producing capacities of the ford Motor Company enable us to promise a reasonably prompt delivery with the Sedan. We shall be pleased to receive your order. Keep in mind that this comfortable enclosed car costs you less than any ordinary touring car (except the Ford). Think of this. Of course, you cannot forget that matchless and reliable that follows every Ford car the world over "Ford always within arm's length a reliable Ford dealer or oiithorized Ford garage that can tune up your car and keep it in running condition every day in the year. We want your trade. world-famou- s, time-tried, time-teste- After-Servic- e" BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY t.oiimiammmmmmiiiBKsmammmaaiaimBammtaBiKmmmammemammBmiaamamaimBmamammiam t.kcn up with rustling something to onco reposed for six weeks fh the MOST PRIMITIVE e.it and a da's chase often does not waistcoat pocket of a viceroy, where HUMAN BEINGS promt o one square meal. They It narrow! escaped being sent to the 'ir-n- wash. This may be one of the many legends which have sprurig up. Nevertheless, the central legend holds good to this day; the possessor of the is still ruler of India. The Pitt, or Regent, diamond was found by a slave. It passed from hand to hand with many adventures, until It was redeemed by Napoleon. Ho wore it at Waterloo; later It became part of tho French crown Koh-I-No- jewels,. The Hope diamond with It3 amazing stories of tragedy and misfortune, is another of tho gems of fabulous value which would only fetch a fractional part of their former price if a purchaser could be found for them toda. The new status of the diamond Is reflected In tho values of the shares of the great mining companies. De Beers Deferred, which were 33 1 In 1920, are 9 4 today; Jagersfonteln (New) were 7 4 a year ago, and are 2 today; Premier Deferred have fallen from 12 S In 1920 to 4 3-3-7-4. AIRPLANE MAIL REPORT IS MADE May 14. The Washington, air mall service will be 3 years old tomorrow. In a statement tonight commenting upon the service, the Postofflce Department said that during the past year It covered 1,313,379 miles with mall and carried 1,015,053 pounds of mall at a cost In operation with April estimated, of $1,342,3G2. Tho average cost per mile, It was added, was $1.02. There were nineteen fatalities In the year, almost twice as many as for the first two years. "This, to a certain extent, was due," tho statement said, "to greater hazard ot operating the transcontinental route which was For established during tho year." the first two years the service was confined almost ' entirely to tho Washington nnd New York route. "Seven of the fatalities," it was added, "wero due to defective, mechanism ot a certain type ot plane which has been discarded, six of tho fatalities occurred while not carrying tho mail, either on tho field or In ferrying ships to various points." "Durng tho past year," tho statement said, "the service had a genoral avorago performance of 78 per cent ot trips completed and S3 per cent of miles completed. Its best general monthly avorugo performance was 95 per cent In July, 1920. It had a gon-eraverage performance of 90 por of lrlH completed during April. 1921, when tho very worst weather of tho ear prevailed." The routes now in operation nro iho traiifcconlinental from New York to San FranclscoTjy way of Clovoland, Chicago, Omaha, Chcyenno, Salt Lake .City and Reno; a routo from Chicago to Minneapolis; another, from Chicago to St. Louis and ono from Washington to Now York. al Rut Little Alme Mutilans An TIiom? "Living Fusils" Recently RNcowrcd. having nothing but clubs and woolen spears. They can climb the tallost lv Karl on U leaud. In Louisville Herald. nnd smoothest trunks with tho agilIlorlin, May 14. "Living Fossils" ity and speed of the monkeys and Is what Prof. Wilhelm Volz. profesapos. Thoy havo not jjven dlscov r sor of geography In the Broslau Tnl- - ed fishing. Their food Is fruit, roots, lizards, frogs, beetle.- ai5! verslty calls the most primitive hu-- j man beings In the world today, which bugs. Tho struggle for existence Is ' In lin- - hard and life short. n nlnlina ,i tinvn Few live beyond explored wilds of Sumntara. the age ot 30. Profssor Volz says that, having no Professor Volz assorts that they are tho nearest approach to prehis- arms or weapons, tho "Iltt'ou" U a toric man that yet have been found' pacifist. Ho does not stcnl or lit by scientists. "becnuse there is nothing to steal and In a book which Volz has just pub- nothing to lie about" not eve lished he tells of finding these Liv- rl'out catching tho biggest fish. They havo no religious Ideas whating Fossils of bygone ages In tho dopths of prehistoric forests In Sum- ever, and when one of them dies ho atra. Their realm lies between the or she Is left where they Ho. It Is vast mountain heights on the wes such a strain for them to try and coast, devoid ot human life, nnd the think that when ho asked questions swamp forests where no white man the effort to think mado them burst has yet penetrated. Into tears. n The "Kubus",.as they aro known, "What was tho excitement down number only a few thousand, and in intelligence and prlmitivencss of life tho street? ' "Oh, a man In a roverlo ran Into but little removed from the monkeys and orangoutangs in tho trees above a woman In a trantrum." them, after whoso manner they live. "Were the machines badly damagTho whole time of tho "Kubus" is ed"" ns to po scs hows and arrows as weapons, but are still In the "wooden ngo " so fnr advancd cen -- trc ber-rie- - il Jl.MMKMUm YOU bigst would like to have better bakings. certainly want to money, and you Then use Calumet thin;; you can do to improve tho quality of your bakings and lower balUns costs. It's the Calumet is made in the largest, most canitaiy Baking Powder Factories in tho VoiId. No Baking Powder is made under better conditions none can bs better in quality. ingredients as have been officially endorsed by the U. S. Pure Food Authorities. An absolute guaran- leetnac it is pure. It contains only such m CAU BAKJMG . . CCTOVTrI '&JZ&1 Chi- It received highest Awards, cago Paris Exposition, Paris, France podtive Froof of ito superior merit. wonu 3 txre It is used by more house- wives and domestic scientists than any other brand. All you havo to do is to compare costs to determine how much you can save by buying Calumet Gluten is the muscle building part ui iiuurwmcn isoipreatimportance. To be sure you get It In your ba- fnCS USe Dlaln flour nnifonorf hnWIna powde ijnoi sen - rising Hour). CaljcnitCrsaa Clio Reclp 3 cups pastry flour. 3 level tea. snoona Culumcc Uaklnu rowder, S cup butter. Hi cup It i3 sold at a moderate price. rup cold WBter. Whites of 3 egg. K teaipoon oranyo extract. Thennu In the regular wa. Yolksof.3eGK3.-i-- f "My wlfo will borrow trouble" "Send Her ovor hore, then. Wo havo plenty we can lend her." Ml h always n small orfpct whloh tend to HP n r tho otherwise, Jovel iitrfnce of standMAKE KOItTUNEH IX ing wntcr, now In ono direction, now AMEKIUAN MONEY Clitilrmnn Evpliilim MttiHtira in nnnthor. tJiMiil .Vnliirc mill juli Drd'nnliinl l(in No rlo or fall in perceptible in the Which President WIN Evident In Itclnlloiis With SJL V Wftt Contents lSTluid PracW' In Uudapest Amorlcan papor monoy V if "I. mmi water of small pools. In a pool 200 . CimiKIi'-hsIs worth twlco as much ns American foet In dlnmetor, for Instnnco tin sllvor money, for tho reason that silWashington May 14,- - I"1 r.oert of maximum rise would bo only about For Infants and Children. tty using long liner Washington, May 16. Prosldont ver is heavier and harder to trans- national ooonomy alont It tho renion l.lil.OOO Inch port. Money denlors hav.e takon ad- for tho passngo of tho budget bill, ac- of pipe buried In the ground nntl half Harding linn nut do good. vantage of this fact rind havo reaped cording to Chairman Simeon D. Fess, full of water, Prof. Mlcholson has This Is the unanimous vordlct of Immigrants on tholr wny nf tlm Mntlntml I?nnn1i1lnnti r'nt.rv.Aa- - oliniliMtPti disturbance duo to wind a karvc Washington. Mcmbeis of Congress ') orica usually appear at the Am - sonn, committee. Ho snyB: and nnd thus has moasured nnd cxectitlvo officials outvie In ..Tno nr0g0nt hill Is tlm rAnnmm nf thoso changos in level with oxlrnor-dlnnr- y I'rulxe of an administration which has orlcnn consulate with papor money. , ''i f?- - iTKnimT.-- n - PLIl CENT. ' SeJS.. li accuracy, in a lake 200 miles gono i.hoad without blunders nnd has Tho monoy dealers watch for them tho widest Interests demanding rea and offer them $20 in silver for $1I sonable economy In governmental ex- across the tide would rise hnlf nn AVrrcpamKonforfcfunctJoiKMl with tho easo of a d ?.:a0S cJmitni;n.vthsroodbyRiiU- In paper. They then convert the sli- penditures. It completes tho budget Inch nbovo tho mqan level and fall as machine. ver Into dnublo Its fact value in Hun- plan, nnd is substantially the same low, giving' a rango of one inch. Tide's liniilhc5tonwcteajiWii?L Ilofora the Republican convention garian money, making n net profit mensuro passed In the last Congress, of this sort havo been detected In tisSBMSSEEBBSBS last June tho party wns ront with the temporary dlszenslnn of a great con- of $10. It is figured that the Ameri- but killed by n presidential veto. Tills tho Great Lakos by taking the nver- TfiPfMivPromoliniSDiScsUofl, can confittlnto ia the losor for the sil- legislation Is e6onomlcally sound in agc or readings of tho water level test for tho presldcntcy. When War- ver money r.t.onrr.1 inp and RcstCoflUins f must bo accepted, at par that It fixes responsibility for esti- on many days at tho theoretical tlmo ren O. Harding was nominated thoso neither Opium.Norpntncw. i and heavy pouches of it shipped to mates and expenditures in the Presi- of high nnd low tide nnd so eliminatleaders who had been opposed to him Mint-mi-. Not NAnTiC( America instead of light packages of dent. Horetoforo this responsibili- ing the effects of wind nnd weather awaited with cnnfldonco the impres- paper money. a fir jtefrcrowtxutazsam which qulto overwhelm tho minute ty could not bo located. sion "no would ninko upon the counon any given day hut "average "Under our system tho main cost iiucs Senna try. Thoy wero not disappointed. He I St m Sallow complexion is" duo to a tor- of government is administration. out" In the mean of years of obserconducted himself during the cam- pid JiultSrntpurifies liver. Hcrblno nnd which is under the Executive. Con vation. In seas like tho iMediterrau-ea- n paign without an errdr After tho strengthens tho liver and bowels nnd gress, the authorizing and appropriat h'umSmt the tides nro of much the same K.uiigurntlon tho Democrats exprosr-e- d restores tho rosy bloom of health to ing power, Js asked to make avallablo nature and have a rango of but n CCJOO I'MttnjmlttUnr tho hope tlint serious mistakes tho cheek. Prico COc. Sold by Ohio fund for tho needs of administration few inches except, in a few abnormal ;2 5 a ' would bo made, that the largj majcil-- I County Drug ' Co. m ns estlmntcd regions. by the President, tho m fl ice In tho H'juro and Ser.ato would J3L7J ConsUpalionandDiarrhoca. ma ' spending power. Up to date neither nrwl FnVoriShnCSS JlU In large bodies of water the effects W?Sefl iio unwieldy, an J that patronage body is responsible for estimates. Un- aro larger and far more complicated. lOSS OF SLEEP would cause dissension. Hut two RUSSIA REPUDIATED csulUn4lhcrerowillfancy i der the law heads of departments re- Tho oceans cover such largo parts of months havo liaised without mis" rtrBY LABOR COUNCIL port estimates to the Secretary of tho tho earth'3 surface that the tidal racSimilcSinatnrco takes, with a unity of purposo In doeras Treasury, who reports them to tho forces acting on different parts of ing away with the maladministration Mcy Cincinnati, 13. Organized If them at the same tlmo are quite difof 'he Wilson regime, and with it slow labor In the United States must not Congress for Its' consideration Inicn.wmCom'.QO! ;nru lllng out of Uiu larger offlcoj on take any action which would be con the estimates aro beyond tho avall- ferent. Naturally tho continuous NEWJ-n Ituii'a of offvlency nlne. 'I ho re- strued as an assistance lo, or approval ablo revenues, the Treasury submits changes duo to the earth's rotation In spite sult is that ho Democrn'p ancveu of tho Soviet government of Jtussla, I a detailed stntemmt to the President add to these complications. moiu despondent than immediately the executive- council of tho Ameri- J that he may advice Congrss whtro to of these complications, however, the after t.ie election, for ti.cn they were can Federation of Labor warned in mako reductions, or It that can not time and height of tides might be merely ilefoated, and now thy nn its annual report, which was'complet-c- d lie doiif:, how to secure additional calculated if the ocean beds were of revenue to meet tno needs of the uniform depth and regular shape. without immediate hope of restorahero today. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCHTAUR COMPANY. NtW YORK CIT But they aro actually so irregular' tion. Tho council in n lengthy declara'This bll propscs to require tho in form and depth and so cut up by Tho salutary change of administra- tion which will bo presented to the tion is noticed especially In tho atti- annual convention of tho federation PreIdent whose department makes continents and Islands that a com tude of tho President toward Con- In Donvcr, condemns tho Soviet gov- tho expenditures! to be held rerpon-sibl- e plete mathematical discussion of the for tho estimates made to Con- motions of their waters is hopeless. gress. Mr. Wilson was arrogantly ernment ns not being representative Yet we know that the moon comes deposed, brooked no oppoiltion nnd of the Kusslan people, nnd declares gress. It also m a k 03 a marked change by creating nn independent audit, the back to approximately the same posiop- -j it to be antagonistic could gain no concessions from nn to the anion Very r.puius of an .,iiu.,i'e bi'dget tion as observed from any point on determined upon the main-- , bor movement. the earth's surface at regular InterTho American labor movement system. ten.in.ee of tho firmest Americanism, "Under the present system the vals of 24 hours and 51 mlnuteg, Mr. Hardlnc malntnlns the dlihitv and ' must not nl.icp ltolf nn record It wns merely defeated, and now thoy are' stated as supporting a government comi)troUor and the six auditors are which may be called lunar days. office In tho land, but doos It with that "endeavors to create revolutions appointed by tho President, which Therefore tho tidal forces due to th The Hartford Republican has made a special over tlie a harmonious nnd friendly rotation-.i- n the civilized nn- - makes them subject to Executive in- moon repeat themselves this practice ocean at this interval, running thru clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial ship with Congress, based upon mu- Hnim nf tlm lin1l nvi1 nitttllAo nltt fluence. Because of their changes twice, once when the tual nftproachablllty, which heightens tarlzatlon of labor and prevents tho Congress, responsible for Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one no control over funds after moon is above the horizon and once ' tho effect of a rule or reason rnthor ami functioning of trades ationi, has , year for the low price of It when it Is below. The rise and fall the appropriations are made. than of unreason. Mr. Wilson kept unions nnd tho maintenance of free must necessarily follow to of the tides therefore can not follow them tho gate3 of tho White House locked pross and free public assemblage. & report is understood to critl- - certnin llow the' havo bcon "PP11-cb- t suit, rising and falling twice in the two years after the war. Mr. Hardto refuse the interval of n lunar day. ing unlocked them, and the crowds the Socialist party for Its alleged Its onI' "course is The auditors need have The tides have a much 'greater Alof the communists nnd other uroprlntlon. have daily gained admitancc. range in somo parts of the ocean liances with Europe have gone by the radical elements in this country. Tlie jno fea of Congress if funds are board. Uifclo snm is asserting his Workers of tho World aro e('' ljut refusal to allow expenditures than in others and the time as well The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest own rights rather than yield them to r.lro condemned as one of tho aconclc t is a criticism or tno spending power, a height of high water varies from and best papers in the South and we hope to receive nn abstratclon of international amity. being usscd by the Soviet regime to1!" Executive, to whome tho auditors place to plade. The Interval betweeil Tho auditors aro successive high waters, however is al many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Extravagance and waste havo censed. destroy organized labor in this coun- - aro responsible. of a lunar day. Commerce is lielng stimulated with- - try and overthrow tho government ire from tl,e authorizing body, but ways exactly ono-hn- lf seventy-fiv- e cents cash .for both papers. Send in A tidal pull is also exerted by the ' out crippling business, after a serious Tho membership report of the fed-- ! ' 8U,,Ject to tho spending body. This W your subscription now. Don't delay. removes from tho spending sun but because of its great distance financial depression brought on dur-n- g oration, it Is understood, will show bringing the total membership Partment tho right to audit its own this is less than the pull of the moon. tho last two years of tho Wilson books, and requires the audit to bo Tho'interval between successive high administration. Soundness nnd in- lo nenr 1,500,000. ade by an agency wholly indepon-th- o waters for the solar tides is of course Mr. Gompors declined to discuss telligence reign In all the departments 'le"t of tho dopartmentvhoso books exactly 12 hours. Obviously, therecontents of the report of the and the President's unfnillng good e can forseo are Intro- - km her first, for the dog had foll.iw-duce- d are being audited. Tho comptroller fore, thoy will alternately get in step which nature nnd quiet determination of council's recommendations. by exceptional weather condi-'e- d her brother In Franco and had reinforcing Is removablo only by Impeachment or with tho lunar tides, Congress." them, and out of step, partially coun- tions, such as a strong wind which watched over his dead body in "no concurrent resolution of es-o--t teracting them. The former of these blows tho waters of a long bay or ! man's land." The ship was not ry toward one end. Pathfinder, lowed to tie up at its wharf but was effects will evidently occur at the o--a forced to remain in tho outer harbor THE TIDES AND THEIR tlmo of new moon whn tho sun and About ltbcumatisni. and let its cargo and passengers I)"' heaMANY ECCENTRICITIES moon are close together in the People are learning that it is only tnken off by another vessel. Tho nn-- a vens and aro pulling on the sea in the waste of tlmo and money to take hnal was confined to a room and kept way same direction! It will also happen Everybody knows in a general medicine internally for chronic and a sanitary guard while Bliss that the water of the oceans is sub-jje- at full moon when the solar tide has muscular rheumatism, and about under Comeillo prepared to return with the to periodical rlso nnd fall, due gained half a day on the lunar tide ninety-nin- e out of a hundred cases vessel to New York without landing, to tho attraction of the sun and tho and reinforces tho other high water. get the aro one or the other of these varie- Prevalence of the rinderpest in Uni.moon. These movemens of the water At both of these times wo ties. .All that is really necessary to.zll was tho cause of the restrictions, l are known as tides. At rising or spring tides of largo range while midafford relief is to apply Chamber- - Through tho efforts of the American flood tide tho water rises during a way betweon , at the quarters of the Iain's Liniment' freely. Try it. It j consul permission was secured for porlod of about six hours. It re- moon, we get tho small neap tides. any day aro costs bu 35 cents per bottle. Large the transfer of tho dog to a river boat The two high tides of mains stationary for a short time, m without touching Uruguayan soil. size sixty cents then begin3 to recede, continuing to not necessarily equal in height nor fall for tho next six hours. Tho fall aro tho two low ones necessarily HOLD UP GUXIIOAT This is because tho sun when is known as ebb tide. Every coastal equal. FOIt REVOLUTION point has two hlfih and two low tides north or south of the celestial equaeach day. However, tho mean inter- tor has at any given hour of the day The gunboat Harriet was seized by val between successive high tides is an altitude above the horizon differ- the authorities Just as .it was leaving about 12 hours and 26 minutes nnd ent from its depression below the hor- the port of London, and it was held tho hour of the day at which the izon at tho corresponding hour of tho on tho grounu mat it was "iiuea 10 wator is highest or lowest is later night. The tidal forces in these two be used against tho dominions of a cases will be nearly tho same direc- friendly state." It was In the comeach day by about 52 minutes. Greeks and Romans, tion but will bo unequal in amount mand of two Venezuelan generals The ancient remarks 6 writer in the Scientific Am- Consequently one high water will bo who- had xclted suspicion by their I erican, muit have been greatly amaz- higher than tho other. Similar ef- many trips fronf Paris to London. Tho moon ed when they left the tideless shores fects occur in the case of tho papers of tho boat shqwed It destinof tho Mediterranean and reached the and we havo a "diurnal inequality" ed for Dlucfields, Nicaragua, but Persian gulf of tho English in the tides. To account fully for having a quarter of a million dollars , far-ochannel whore the water rises and all the changes In tho tidal forces! worth of guns and amunition it was country t oldest course in point Stakes: t By their obser numerous other minor oscillations believed to be fitted for a falls periodically. consecutive years of racing, most of t'hem by questioning the' natives must be considered vations and expedition. Churchill Downs, opens for 4921 with tfJTKIT HUT they lenrjied tho simpler, more ele- small. 3aUraa7,Mar7lk J the assurance of a memonVIe season. If tho height of the tide has been mentary fact in connection with tho So Your Kent. ' IDITMTt observed at a given port at regular in phenomenon. Everyone should do all he can to Saturaar. Ma? 7lll before have there been so Never Kor many centuries no one know tervals for a year or so it is possible provide for his family and in order IUVIH MINI many horses of high class quartered at more about the tides than these clas- to figure out exact information re- to do this he must keep his physiWJ..Jy.Mylltli Louisville's historic course; seldom has I hajje telephones and supsic travelers were able to learn. This garding the heights and phases of the cal system in tho best condition posinterest in thoroughbred racing been so was because no one pjoperly under- 20 or ,30 minor tides whoso combina- sible. No ono can reasonably hope plies in stock. Sataraar. Mar I4U Make a spekeen, and never, perhaps, has it been so stood tho cause which lay behind the tion represents the actual situation. ' to do much when ho is halt sick a IDTTKIT IW d. strange change in the level of tho Dy calculations based en such records good 8haro of tho tlmo jf you aro cialty of repair work. SatuJar. hUr 14tk actual course of tides may constipated, bilious or troubled with you need Wire, Brackets I sea. To bo aure It was clear that tho tho IfKIKIT IMMICtf Come and enjoy some of this greatest Saturday, May 211 Imoon must, have something to do be predicted years In advance with ndlgestlon get a package of Chamber- Pins, Spools, Insulators, In of sports. In the programs and the arwith it but the exact connection nec- surprising accuracy. These calcula- lain's Tablets and follow the plain trilH TIUl rangements for the comfort of patrons, until tions involve far too much figuring printed directions, nnd you will soon sulated Wire, Lightning ArSaturday. May 2tU unknown essarily remained lyou will find that the management has gravi- to be made numerically; the work is bo feeling alright and able to do a resters, Switches, or any part Nowton discovered the laws of rilCIHUMITUNIIHr done its utmost to make everybody happy. MaoJay, May J Ota m tation and of mechanics and so il- done mechanically by nn 'ingenious day's work. for a telephone, call, write device which when properly set at luminated this very dark place. strip, of WOMAN'S DOG HOLDS UP SHIP or phone me. A few second The efficient cause of tho tides Is tho start runs off on a long When tho authorities of Montevi- hand 'phones in stock. Munot tho whole attraction of tho moon paper a curve showing the wholo bolween the course of the tides for a year. deo found a dog on board the Ameribut tho difference The U. S const sttrvev uses such n can steamer Aeolus, which had touch- tual phone No. I. moon's attraction upon tho whole t solid mass of tho earth untl on tho machine for preparing tide tables f' ed at Itio do Janeiro, they ordered tho Incorporated water of any given part of the sea. tho guidance of mariners. Predic- animal to bo killed. Out the owner, These two forces are not equal in tions mado In this way nre qulto Miss Muriel Comeillo of New York, Beaver Dam, Ky. amount or parallel In, direction. reliable except when complications announced that they would havo to HARDING GETS OFF TO GOOD BEGINNING I "ractor aro accepted as the reliance of tho nation. ' NATONAL ECONOMY BUDGET BILL BASIS 1 "n-- e th-- r iMfT WW I IlKlfl I Ulkiurt Mothers Know That r - well-oilo- - Genuine Castosia Always Bears tlie Xw Signature If jr - of &ur ry Jfv In nun I!?' -r W IT Ens flifCr IUI U1U1 Thirty Years gov-rnme- d, nlaPP'-opri-organlzin- g ' as-T- hc wast-Industrl- nl ,75 dc-19- i i ' no-on- CHURCHILL DOWNS ct , Thoroughbred Horses MAY 7 to MAY 30 Telephones HMaW LOUISVILLE THE - ff gun-runni- No Need to Wait If wide-sprea- Kentucky Jockey Club Churchill ,Do Cou rse W. G. Muffett nf . - W" General grumbling nt what wo are The Hartford Republican prone to term tho payment of exorbitant taxes has become n habit with a Tho past several days have been large majority of nil. Wo do not by Published Weekly for commence- presume that nny sane, progressive HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY rather unfavorable ment exorcisos, ns tho greater number person, nt heart, objects to the payIncorporated of grnduates nnd others participating, ment of taxes when anything like had naturally prepared for warmer value received Is tho rewnrd for monW. S. TINSLHV, KdHop weather, In designing garbs to bo ey thus paid. It Is not so much the Itnslne.Hs Milliliter. nnd amount wo pay, but rather what we worn. receive in return. Wo tako It that according to law at the Entered wul"" Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as unit recently predicting. " A host were '"" 10 assume a u- matter of the second class. nnd wo believe that many individuals nnnclnl obligation for a thousand dol-I- n this country actually wished that j lars lf no co,lltl bo reasonably certain to Oormany would finally reject tho AN tnnt ho wns ,0 receive n thousand and Address all communications The Hartford Republican. lied demands for reparations, In or- live dollars in return. Then too. all der to lay the blame nt the door of people who amount to anything NOTICE TO subscribers OUR President Hnrdlng. He had. from a whatever, really spend a lot of money . n v.M,-i." wlllrOl 4lint tin tint nxtr i nj iv Subscribers desiring tho paper sent number or sources, ueen cnargea as trtf "" " fo a new address must give tbo old belnc resnonslblo for the delay of the t,lrns' wncn financially considered. A We have looked through the big lines of Merchandise for Spring and I larKe address In making tho request. Portion of our expenditures arc Business Locals and Notices 10c settlement, but now. that it nnnears In for t,1,nBa a Summer and have them in the house for you to see. We have them at at the mnttcrs which add imr line, nnd 8c per lino for each ad - such a fair way of adjustment, really only ,0 our Pleasure and comfort, flltlonal Insertion. strong articles commending tho Pros- right price, and of the best values. Obituaries. Resolutions and Cards I(lenl.s course nre t0 bo fountl wlth. nboslutely of no use whatever, ap- ,n 6 far B" prluc'nB or We are receiving new goods daily, and of the newest fashions, both in money to our revenue. Rut tlre ly his most adverse critics. His n""B In advance. Ladies' and Gents' from head to foot. to health, ml Church Notices for services frco, stand, that Germany should pay to i t!,,,,&s arc bat other advertisements, lc per her utmost 'limit In Just reparations, General good moral.; without which If you want Ladies' Hats, we have a complete line of the latest. word. tho average man or woman would be- will we believe helped in the matter, Anonymous communications como useless to the community and recelvo no attention. If you want Gents' Suits, Hats or Caps. We have a complete line of useless to his or her fnmitv. nni nnlv " w... We nil have tho eternal Clothing, and all we ask you to do is to come and give us a look. 'useless, but to n great or less extent TELEPHONES when speaking of a deceased soldier, most certain to become n positive dc- -l 59 Farmers Mutual ono killed in battle or losing his life trlment. Taxes, like tho expendi- We have the Thoroughbred and Worth Hats and Caps the line that sells Cumberland 123 In lino of duty of saying: "ho gav his turcg we njakc Jn fe wh,ch for th, itself. on 11 en " unnn Mta tri hlo Pnnni the cave man did without are a neces-- 1 in fact he did nothing of the kind. slty, they are for community better37RIDAY. In fact, we have what you want in most any line, if you want to dress Ho may have sold it nt the dearest ment, in fact for community necesyourself, your family or your home. Come and look through our big store. price possible to attain, or lost it sities. We can not expect to secure had It taken from him because of ANNOUNCEMENTS cents worth of actual his inab.lity to successfully defend it, and direct returns for a dollar paid, but give it? No! novo", nothing Is because in our system of assessing, For Circuit Judge Wo are authorized to announce ,:'v.m. that Is not one's life, it is sim- levying, collecting and spending, howply Jest We say give or gave, proba- ever honestly handled, there is a cerR. W. SLACK a candidate for Judge of the Sixth bly, because there seems to bo a bit tain amount of wnat we may term Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, more In the way of tenderness or re- overhead cost attached, that must be verence attached to the word, but it deducted from the sum paid in, but November election, 1921. does not state tho case at all. Wo I the balance ought to and docs most once heard a world-wa- r otetan say j generally measure the sum total of For County and District that if anything ever happened to direct benefits derived to the aver- Offices. ' H?mmammwmMmm'mm him while on the firing line he did age individual If we personally fall lie in prison," writes Sergeant Naef, this place Wo are authorized to announce not want any one to say tht lie gave to receive the benefits It is probably AMERICAN LEGION Mr IInry French spent Suml who with Sorgent Klinmer was ar his life, because it wuu.d be iw: un- our fault and the community ns a NEWS OF INTEREST rested by tho Germans following an with Mr L 1) French, of East VI. w tbo candidacy of the following citizens, subject to the action of the Re- truth , as, if the occasion arose, he whole profits above the individual. attempt to capture Grover Cleveland Mr Edwin Blair took the coun' publican party In tho primary election meant to sell it at an involuntary Failure to receive benefits tho. is "Tho school examination at Hartford FuA i,ailowed mantle of the Grand Uergdoll, notorious slacker. salo and It would be at the most ex- purely imaginary. August 6, 1921: No normal per - jArmy of tne Republic falls upon the American Legion came to my aid el ay .ind Saturday. acting figures possible to atain. No son in receuing uenenis, m , younE shoulders of the American Le during one of my darkest hours, am. iaus o direct criticism is meant or implied, some possibly can't see it, while oth - jgIon For IScprcscntnthe. on Memorial Day of this yonr. it demonstrated by its unwavering ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE because we find ourselves making the ers .simply will not admit it. Proper IRA JONES Arnold. with medals upon loyalty toward .1 comrade Hint its statement spoken of. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. ty owners if honestly assessed, and nis 0reast. the white-haire- d veteran sublime aspirations and lofty ideals All persons liming claims agatnxt I. S. MASON Buford. there can be no doubt of the fact that of tne Clvj War IIla(Ie the Memorial concerning comradeship are a living the estate of A. S. Keown, dece.i-n- l Our neighbor, the Herald, in an honesty Is the general rule, receive Day round of the school houses in truth." will present same to me, proper!) editorial of some length on Harding's on an average, benefit from taxes fomer years. This year it is thol For Circuit Clerk: proven on or before July the 1st FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2, order permitting the appointment of paid according to their individual LecIon ,"embers who will visit the I.1VI.V ROUTE NO. u 1921 or they will be forevor barred postmasters from a range of the three worth measured either in dollars or school houses In many communities, V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvillo. highest upon the eligible list as cer- otherwise. Thoe knuwjng themiolvos Indebted The larger the property telHng ot a different conflict 0. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. but Mrs. J. V. Patton. of Hoflin. spent to said estate will pleate call and so tified by the Civil Service Commis- owner, the larger his responsibilities teaching the same lessons. Sunday with her slstor, Mrt Hunk tie at once. sion, classes the act as one of pure and by that much more does he need For County Judge: Legion has jjaW8on In St. Paul, Minn., the V. S. CARSON. Admr partisanship, saying that the Admin- to be located in a progressive and MACK COOK Hartford. assumed the. task at the request of Mr. n.:d Mrs Otha DniH0n dpent 47t:: community, one where mod- tho G. A. R. Itself. Post No. S will WINSON SMITH Select. Hertford. Ky , istration has squarely turned Its back upon the merit system after it had ern conveniences and good govern- send 100 men to address the school Saturday and Sunday with relative W. S. DEAN Dundee. R. R. WEDDING been fairly tested for four years. The ment is noticeable upon every hand, children of the city and its vicinity. near Whliesvlile. Hartford. NOTICE TO PL'ltl.IC. Mr and Mrs. Albert Stewart and article states that "more than 13,000 otherwise his property vnlues are chlldton si.ei.i Sunday with Mr. D .S. postmasterships are to become the certain to shrink to tho minimum, For County Attorney. Andernach, on the Rhine, Ger- Krenrh and ;nmlly. Notice is hereby given that I haw OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. spoils of victory." The Herald should this is especially true If the property many, where tho Bocho maidens are Mr- - Bettio Richeson Is ill a: this aet my son, James WJllIntns, age Is have said that some of. the 13,000 Is of the tangible variety. The men the prettiest, once tho heart of the tree, to trade and transact biihlne-- 4 or approximately democrats, that of means should be the last to'grum-b- l thriving Iron Cross market, is the writing. For Sheriff. Mr. Sam Hudson, of Maxwoll. on ills own account, to sue ami about taxation, for by the fruits of number were, or would be in danger GEORGE P. JONES Beda. second stronghold in the German spent Sunday with Mr. It C. Hudson. sued, and I will not be responsible Is a very taxation only, are they enabled to of losing their Jobs. It G. A. RALPH Hartford. Empire to be occupied by the AmMr. and Mrs. Walter Hell and son. for h:s acts, financial or othcrwl- -' natural course the Demdcrats would maintain values, and make advance- erican Legion. The new post is B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. W. C. of Seven Hills bpent Saturday This May 16. 1921 47tlp pursue, that is, to permit tho ment. The same rules applying to Andernkch wish to CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. Post No. 5. Andernach night and Sunday with relatives at j T B WILLIAMS CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. faithful and unterrifled to hold for the smallest taxing district are ap was headquarters of the Third Divi life, Jobs which President Wilson en- plicable to the largest unit as well, sion CICERO CROWDER Select. in Third Army days, and now deavored to make secure, after prac which goes all the way up to the Na- quarters tho Second Brigade of the T. H. BLACK Hartford. by loy- - tion. MALEN D. HEFLIN Ceutcrtown. tically all offices were filled Am-arAmerican army of occupation. al and partisan Democrats. We know Post No. 4, of tho Legion Is sit a littlo bit about civil service, such Report of the condition of For County Clerk: uated in Coblenz. ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver as has been dished out In our im- The Rockport Deposit Bank mediate section, and we know that doing Dam. business at the town of Rock-por- t, Alfred E. Domeron, a member of somehow or other a Democrat has 1SOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. Ky., County of Ohio, State Stewart Whiting Hooker Post of tho always managed to get the plum SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. of Kentucky, at the close of American Legion at West Point, N. Y. It MODE SCIIROADER N. Rosine. when the bush had been shaken. business on May 7, 1921. heard the call of the Army but found has even been practiced down to ruJ. E. MITCHELL Dundee. that recruiting had stopped. As secRESOURCES If you were not a Demral carriers. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. Loans and Discounts ...$ 03,295.99 ond choice, he went back to the farm ocrat, you need not apply, because M. F. CHUMLEY McIIenry. in Virginia. A few days later, while you did not get anywhere. We think Overdrafts, secured and JAMES A. TATE Hartford. unsecured, (secured). 1,383.40 plowing he turned up n copper pot wo can give the Herald one instance M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. containing $15,000 in old gold and where an examination was called to Stocks bonds and other 'I 17,650.00 silver coins. securities . ii- fill a vacancy, made so by the expira-- " vL. For Jailer: 14,334.29 tion of the postmaster's term, where- Due from banks CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. 3,129.72 An investigation conducted by tho t in two or more Republicans took the Cash on hand WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. Banking House, Furnii Indiana Department of the American examination, made the required JOHN T. KING Hartford. 4,500.00 Legion in regard to conditions at ture and Fixtures . . . grades and went upon the eligible 6. A. LEE Sunnydale. Valparaiso University, charged by Its list, and a Democrat who took the HartHARNETT L. TINSLEY Total $104,293.40 president, who later resigned, with examination failed altogether In the ford R. F. D. No. 5. being a "hotbed of Bolshevism" reLIABILITIES test managed to get the office. He JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, sulted in the stain of was however a good party worker and Capital Stock paid in, in Route 1. The $ 15,000.00 being removed from the school. in cash system seems to have workMcHenry tho spoils NATHANIEL HUDSON 6,700.00 head of the student body Is an ed in that particular case. Another Surplus Fund of the stuman and fifty-r- o instance, wo believe w can glv, is Undivided profits, less exFor Tax Commissioner penses and taxes paid 729.25 dents are Legion members. The where flvo or more had undergone D. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. Government recently closed a conhe examination and were placed upon Deposits subject ItOY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. HARTFORD, KY. tract for the education of 500 more the eligible list. A certain gentle- to check . ...$60,025.69 disabled veterans at "the poor man's man, ono who stood fifth upon the Demand CertifiFer Magistrate, Harvard." list landed the office though. He cates of (District No. 1) $21,550.07 like the other gentleman who failed, Deposit J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2. was a splendid party worker. More Cashier's checks A military band from Jefferson J. A. BOLING Upper East Hart- of the spoils system. Does the Her- outstanding.. 288.39 81,864.15 Barracks, Missouri, with American ford. and American Legion flags In a proald, deep down in its heart, believe (District No. 2.) $104,293.40 cession, was passing through the cenTotal that of all the Democrats, now holdW. C. KNOTT Centertown. tral section of St. Louis. As they State or Kentucky) ing postmasterships, they stood f The greedy hand of Are seizes some home, barn or storo. FELIX SHAVER' Ceralvo. neared a prominent corner, a man )Sct. upon the list? It is all mighty nice (District No. 3) yelled out: "I'll bet this two dollar of Ohio) to talk about County and N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. We, A. D. Pnrk and S. L. Mason, bill that I won't take off my hat for spoils, tho merit system, fair tests for O. B. SCOTT Prentiss. years and shaking tho plum President and Cashier of the above those flags." four Q. B. BROWN Simmons. Is It adequately INSURED? Is It properly SAFEGUARDED? Ho lost to a Legion man nearby. trees, when every office in the land, named Bank, do solemnly swear that (District No. 4.) practically all of them that are tho above-- statement is true to the Likewise he lost his hat, which hit or Every fire brings costly Interruptions, J. W. CHEEK Asklns. the street with such forco that furworth while, aro in tho hands of Dem- best of our knowledge and belief. danger and Inconvenience, that can (District No. C.) ther use was out of tho question. A. D. PARK .President, ocrats. Wo havo information of J. A. EDOE Dundee. not bo measured In dollars and conts. S. L. MASON, Cashier. just two Republicans in Kentucky BUEL MIDKIFF Hartford, R. 6. hew units ot A gain of seventy-si- x Subscribed and sworn to beforo me by tho Wilson who wero appointed MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. the American Legion's Women's Aux Administration, and they havo a It this 14th day ot May, 1921. (Dlstrcit No. 7.) iliary last week raises tho national to L. T. REID, N. P. ' of history connected with them. It J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. the recent Democratic Administration My commission expires Apr. 22, 1922 tal to 2,747 units. furnishes Insuranco ot tho highest grado. Consult our agency. J. N. LOGSDON Roslno. did not resort to tho spoils system, Correct Attest: ' "There is not tho least doubt in A. D. PARK, and then try to everlastingly bind it my mind that It it had not been for S. L. MASON, woman, in assuming up and hedge It about by It appears that Hartford, Ky. the determined stand ot the AmeriJ. S. DANKS. the privileges of tho ballot has also civil service orders we aro certaln-4ake- n can Legipn, Zlmmer and I would still duty of bear- -' ly very much fooled. Directors. upon herself the ing the same burden of taxation that borne by her brother. as I COOPER BROS. A MESSAGE TO '"" The New Spirit is But The Old American Pluck, Grit and Energy Put to the Front. CUSTOMERS: ... ,' l , SLhXfdVnoK ! I r i""" d, COOPER BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. '. i , ' , . j te 1 oc Pome to Us KVWmJB j lined jYmfflc Jfafax&y HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Wffli rairs kes Quick serviceModerate charges 1500 Times Each Day in the U. S. A. high-soundi- How About Your Property? The Continental Insurance Co. PARKS YEISER ( i ! SUMMER SUGGESTIONS FOR THE LADIES Silk Hose, all shades Georgette Blouses Silk Dresses House Dresses Kimonas Middy Blouses Silk Teddies .Silk Underskirts Silk Camisoles Corsets MIm Sudlo Allon, who resides with Soo us (or nil kinds of grass and hor grandmother, Mrs. Floronco Alflold nocds. Qunllty (Irst. len, City, will leave tomorrow or MonW. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Xountt Hhoails of Owcnsboro, visited friends and relatives In Hart- JKCzrrsaHBK M 'J ford Saturday to Monday. V.-- day for Stillwater nnd Chandlor, Oklahoma, where she will visit her father, Mr. Clarence Allen and other relatives. Oxfords and Strap Slippers . Combination Suits Silks, all shades, per yard Fancy Voiles, per yard Crepe de Chine, per yard Shirting Silks, 3G inch wide, per yard .$1.00 Soft Silk, per yard 50c to $1.00 Ladies' Hats .$1.50 to $10.00 FOR MEN Brown and Black Oxfords Men's Silk Sox Men's Lisle Sox, $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 $1.00 to $1.50 50c to 75c $5.00 to $6.00 $1.50 to $4.00 $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 $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 $2.00 V IslingMlsg V'dot Allen, o: I'ulillc Halo Every Second and ton counti!, liu lner. tlv ijiuK of Fourth Saturdny In oach month, wo will hold n Public Salo at the Court-hous- o frlonds heio during commenctment. Squnro, Hartford, Ky. Urlng Messrs. J. T. Renfrow, Clarence In anything you have to sell nnd wo Arnold, Wllllo Stratton and Ira Jones will find you a buyer. of Renfrow, were In Hartford Monday PARKS & YEISER, on business. Hartford, Ky. I gsV I Bir ""fJ;iiii""im,fi';i"i'"'S fee A. ". M Silk Shirts Men's Soft Shirts Wash Ties Silk Ties Union Suits Men's Suits, .25c . . 3 Tuesday, at the homo of Mrs. Wil- over 20 Inches $1.25, postpaid. Hemliams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hall, stitching 10c yard, thread free. Covi Luzerne. ered buttons. Send for catalogue and general information. Mr. Seth Riloy, latoly of Steubcn-vill- e MRS. MELOAN'S Pleating House, For quick estimates and prices on Building Material,, Ohio, but now of Owensboro, 4Gt2 Murray, Ky. write us. We can furnish promptly spent Monday and Tuesday of this week with relatives and friends in The children of Mr. and Mrs. T. Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Laths, Piaster Hartford. II. Dean gave them a surprise SunCement, Lime, Nails, Paint, Windows, Doors, Glassy day, when they gathered in at their Mr. John Taylor, who has been in home during their absence at Sunday Fel$ Roofing, Red Cedar Shingles, Metal Roofing-Wri- te a Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louis- School and church. All of their chilus a post-car-d for prices, ville for some time, Is visiting his dren and grandchildren were present it might save you some money. Elsister, Mrs. Howard Ellis and Mr. on their arrival at homo and a good lis, City. dinner had been prepared, ready for Yours for Service, service soon after their return. Mrs E. L. Wilson of Providence, FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY' arrived In Hartford Tuesday to spend Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffin and JAKE WILSON, Manager. FORDSVILLE, KIT-ten days or two weeks with her Miss Kathryn Craig, of Ensor, will daughter, Mrs. T. T. Frazler and arrive in Hartford tomorrow and will mmiuim. Rev, Frazler. lie tho guests of Mrs. Maggie Griffin until Monday, when they will reheliotrope, white clover, honeysccRfc Mies Ora Williams, who has resid- turn homo, accompanied by Mrs. tsssa STRAY STREAKS and hop blossoms. ed with Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, JJrlffln, who will spend some ten days A French scientist claims. Uzirt for some time, went to Centertown Itli theso and other relatives in Jtidgo W. II. Harncs. mado a (By Fluko McFluko.) flies have an intenso dislike fot uiuu. exTuesday, where she will make an The Hartford Republican Daviess County. trip to island, Wednesday. and that rooms decorated In this tsal-- or tended visit with relatives. o are much more likely to lui iree We have filed suit against John MOTHERS DAY VltlDAV Mrs. Helen Igleheart of near town, Henry in the sum of twenty thousand from theso dangerous insect pests. Mossrs. J. A Bellamy of Deanfleld Is visiting relatives in Owensboro. Another good way of getting-riyen, on account of that libelous arnT and VIrge Hockor of Beaver Dam, Mothers Day Services will be held were In attendance of the session of at Hickory Church May 22, Prof. ticle appearing herein during the flies is to mix a tablespoonful cacbot PERSONAL NEWS cream, black pepper and brawn su Mr. J. W. Duvnll of Mcilonry, was the bounty Board of Drainage ComReynolds of Greenville, will have week of our absence. We refer in AND SOCIAL EVENTS a visitor at this office Monday, while missioners Tuesday, at this place. Put this in a saucer and daefcua particular to that forked-taile- d moc- gar. chargo of the singing and the proIn town. gram'. Rev. L. D. Harrel ,the pastor, casin, quart o' liquor and baptist dea- the room, except for tho one window Furniture and Queensware. 42tf Mr. A. P. King, who has been re- will preach at eleven o'clock. Every- con concoction. We would not havo in which the saucer fa placed. Pyrethum powder furnishes anJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Miss Lourono Collins, of Greenville siding in Owensboro for some time, body bring a lunch and come to spend felt so bad about the jmatter had he spent the weok-en- d not tried to have us bitten by the other effective weapon to usq aparasvl here with her recently arrived in Hartford, and will the day. forked-taile- d Walter Burden, Marshal of parents species, as everybody flies.' Burning a little of this. stts-fie- s make his home with his daughter, was in town Monday. them so that they can be swjii 'Mrs. E. Crabtree and Mr. Crabtree. knows full well that no man has ev DOUBLE WEDDING IS up and Lurned. Red Spot Pant is just what you STAGED AT DUNDEE er been fanged by that species and a Plenty of Red Spot Paint nd Mrs. Frank Hays of Chriaman, 111., lived to tell the tall. need none better. See ' DAM) JCXOI!.. 47t2 4Ct2 Is spending tills week with her cister ACTON nROS. Stains at ACTON BROS. Mr. M. H. Thompson, of Horton, and and brother, Mrs. John A. Duke and Miss Nolia Alford of Roslne, and Mr. The more we think of what I. D. We aro having flno weather ntinc Davenettes, Davanett Suits somo Miss Mary Louise Mitchell of Dun-dc- o, Dr. J. R. Pirtle and their families, J. T. Smith of Horton and Miss May Claire said about us and the booze 47t2 classy ones at ACTON BROS. visited Miss Helen Westerfiold, City, and other relatives In Dundee. mo Leach of Rosine, journeyed to and the forked tail moccasin and bap and tho farmers are very busy gjittiac their crops out. City, this week. tho home ofWev. II. S. Gillette, Dun tist deacon, tho madder we get,' and Rev. Harper filled his regular Mr. and Mrs Garfield Barnard and dee, Wednesday from this day hence Claire not only sizes, SCREEN DOORS Various afternoon, where at this church Sunias. of Liver-mor- e, family of Dundee, were guests of hey formed tho principals in a double has Albert Cox, tho hebrew Junk dealMrs. Louclla Johnson, 47t4 at bargain prices. was a guest reoently of Miss Supt. and Mrs. E. S. Howard, City, wedding, the ceremony being per- er to dodge and escape from but our-se- lf but didn't get here in time for Satur& TAYLOR. WILLIAMS Maymo Bennett, City. Wednesday night and attended the formed by Rev. Gillette. as well for we shall fly at him day night, but he assuies tho peutfe?-his coming next Saturday nlghu commencement exercises while here. whenever and wherever opportunity Louisville, Hon. Alvls S. Bennett of Each of tho young people are popuMiss Faye Davis was the guest bjT Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schroader, of spent last week end here with many friends who wish presents. lar and havo Mies Bessie Leach Saturday night Er.d ' Miss Martha Stephenson, who has them well In their now relations Anear Olaton, wero In town last weekend and while hero visited this office. been a member of the faculty in the ssumed on this important date. Miss It looks as though wo would havo Sunday. Mr. Leo Sandefur went to Croamn.il Hartford High School during the past Alford is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to change our politics if we aro to Oct your Goodyear Auto Casings Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Foreman, of year will leave today for Nashville, Andrew Alford, who formerly resid- receive any'of the good things going on business, Monday. at a big reduction In prlco of ACTON Mr. Martin Porter and wife dTnsacT the rounds in this burg, frlnstanco, 47t2 Hnzzard, are the parents of a fine Tenn., whero sho will enter tho Pea- - ed in this place. Bros. boy borne into their home on May 5. body Institute. Barrett, Fogle and Good Eye, that vlth Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hjksus m gang dovn at the Herald office were, Sunday. ROSINE. Highest Cash TriciB paid for eggs Llttlo Ruby Valoice. infant danj-t- er On and after this date wo will by some sort of wirepulling scheme or WANTED TO TltADE An autopaultry. and of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Taylor, 2a & BRO. mobile for good caddie and harness mako round trips to Owensboro three connivance enabled to have that carMrs. John Allen and daughter of , W. B. ELLIS o, horse. 47tf times each week, Monday, Wednesday Beaver Dam, spent last week in nival locate and operate in the street quite sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Leach aih.au' Dr. L.' B. Bean, Hartford, Ky. immediately at their back door. and Friday, with our truck. Will haul visiting relatives and friends. You can get your horses shod vitb few friends motored from HuiJVnl! freight and packages. 47t2 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Peach, of Wil plain shoes for $1.50 at Misa Nettle says it Is a lonesomo Sunday, whero they now reside-- , soul LIKENS & LUACH. Mr. J. A. Clark, of Owensboro, arGILLESPIE BROS. liam's Mines visited Mrs. Peach's sis- rived here Wednesday to spend sev-time she'B having at tho Herald ot-- spent tho afternoon at Mr. Arthur Hutor, Mrs. Davo Allen, Sunday. James' S. C. White Leghorns the Mr. Harrison Peach and family vis- - fico with Goodman, of the rear end vens. Mr. Robert Mason, of Buford, went oral days with his son, Mr. R. A. I egg machines. Flock headed by ited In Roslne Sunday. Mrs. Curley Leach visited Mrs-- . 2ir. and Barrett and Fogle of the up front Louisville Monday, returning Tues- - Clark. to "Fearris" strain cocks. Eggs J2.00 and Hagerman, who splits the dlf- - Fulton Sunday. .Mrs. R. T. Hoovor, of Hartford, day afternoon. Miss Rao Miller visited with Miss Mrs. Ora Mnddox of Llvermore, is per 15; fG.OO per 50; $10.00 per 100. visited her sister and mother, Mrs. ference, all down at the carnival MRS. O. B. JAMES' Poultry Farm, Lang and Airs. Cummings, this week. grounds during the better part of Mae Sandefur Sunday. Wo havo field fence, rabbit, poultry here for an extended visit with her Mrs. Ferryman Embry returaefi ta Centertown, Ky. 42tf daughter, Mrs. Ellis Foster and Mr. Mr. Tom Ragland's son, Homer, every day. and barbed wire fence. her home in Austin, Ky., after beJojr. Foster. is suffering from pneumonia. W. B. ELLIS & BRO. TO DRIVE FLIES AWAV at the beduldo of her father, Mr. Uh Mr. J. E. Davison, carrier on Mrs. Roxle Hocker, of Centertown, Torrence, for several days. Umftu Mrs. Dewey Ward, of Owensboro, Route No. 1, has been confined to his is visiting her uncle, Mr. Tom Rag-lan- d. Mrs. W. C. Blankenship returned It has been discovered that flies Hon passed away last WednesiKr Wednesday from Louisville, where will return homo today after spending home during the past several days on a week with Mr. and Mrs. Eldred account of illness. We are glad to Quite a number fro mthis place at- aro very sensitive to certalif' odors leaving a wife and four children. 'It? she had gone Monday. state however, that he Is able to sit tended Church services at Render and that they will take pains to "avoid entire family havo our sincere sym-placCrabtree. I where they prevail. pathy. Then be consoled poor hearts up a part of the time now. Mines Sunday, conducted by Rev. Hercules and Delkor Buggies. of these odors, pathy. Then be consoled poor Hcajctij.. Lavender is one Mr. T. E. McQuary and little son Marldw, Commons and Randall. WILLIAMS & SONS, J. D. Buy five cents' worth of oil of lav- - God's plans like lilies pure and witilte Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hcavrin, ac42tf S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam. and daughter, of Bells' Run, wero ender at the drug store, mix with an unfold, wo must not tear tho Uite-equ- al guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gillespie companied by Mr. II. F. Lowe and SWEET POTATO PLANTS amount of wnter and spray shut loaves apart, time will rovear the daughter, Miss Wilma, went to Owyesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley returned Miss Lowe is to ensboro yesterday. Porto Itico uml Nancy Halls. Flno from a common glass atomizer in galaxies of gold and if thru pattern, Loulsvlllo, whero Wednesday from places where flies collect. toll wo reach the Land where; HskU Mr. W. G. Bennott and daughter, take treatment and will likely remain pluntH. 200 for $1.00; BOO $1.75; they had spent a few days. This odor, which flies find so ob- - feet with sandals loosed may a.s4;. In tho City several days. $2.75, by mull postpaid. Exprces Miss Esther, returned last week-en- d collect $2.00 per M. Tomato plants noxious that it quickly drives them where we shall clearly see and udir-awa-y, Mr. Curtis Maples of Rockport, was from Florida, where they had spent is very pleasant and refresh- - stand, I think that we shall sar Goal Mrs. Bornlco Frost and children, sumo price. Plant circular free. grandmother, Mrs. W. tho winter. tho guest of his lng to most people. As tho mlxturo knew tho best. Mogg, will return homo Sunday, NURSERIES of KRUITVALK C. Ambroso, last Thursday. is harmless to everything but (lies It, Albany, Alabama. Mrs. Have you done your spring bouso aftor spending a week with -Farmer Al Falfa Did you: evex-takcan be sprayed freely around the din- -' Axmln-ister- , Imple- Frost's father, Dr. E. B. Pendleton cleaning? We have all tho t ' For Rugs, such as Ardloy's Bryan's Conuuoner? There were 2,200 chaplains In the lag room on the table linen etc. and Lino- ments with which to do it. Brooms, and family. Mr. Frost who accom- Tapestry, Brussels Farmer Timothy Hay No; my Other odors which files don't relish mops, soap and washing powders of panted bis wife here, returned home United States army during tho World leums see I are those of geranium, mignonette, standbja are Swauiproot and Poruuj- War. all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. I Sunday. ACTON BROS. 50c, 75c, $1.00 $1.00 $20.00, $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 Panama Hats $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 Yacht Hats Sox Supporters 25c, 35c, 50c Men's Belts .50c to $2.50 Suspenders 50c, 75c, $1.00 Men's Caps $1.50, $2.50, $3.00 Only suggestions. Call and see our lines. Courteous salespeople to wait on you. We want your business, and invite comparison. Mr. Charles Lunsford and family, Quito n number from out In the County were In town Monday, In at- who havo resided in Hartford since tendance of tho special term of the Inst fall, moved yesterday to Mart-wicCounty Court. whero they will make their luiure home. Mr. Lunsford sold his Mrs'. W. C. Bennett or Owcnsboro, stock of confectlonnries and restnu-rafixtures and appliances to Loney spent last week-en- d vvlth friends nnd relatives at Iieda, and attended ser- Mlnton. vices at that place Sunday. Inlcriintioiial Cultivators It takes Mre J. E. Davidson, assisted by a man to operate other cultivators, her son, William Alford, has been dis- but any eighth or ten year old child pensing the mall on Route 1, during can operate the International. It hns C shovels and 2 disc hillers. It tho illness of Mr. Davidson. has no equal. Tho price is right. 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO C II White of Flint Sprlng3, constable of the Cromwell District, has tendered his resignation to the CounTho remains of John Crowe, who ty Judge, which has been accepted. lost his life ta his Country's service during tho late war. In the latter part Mrs. S. C. Plrtle of Madisonvllie, of September 1918, was recently excame up Sunday to spend two or three humed from the battle fields of weeks with friends nnd relatives In Franco and returned to Fordsville, arHartford and surrounding riving there last Saturday, whero reinterment took place. K. J "' sVi'r irr il,, - jf v &S k, I nt "JLlJ!? at very low prices. Buggies made. J7HJ JL lfA Jr 'V . We Are Now Selling the Famous GEO. DELKER BUGGIES These are the very best. Get yours now. -- Summer is almost here, and you'll want to enjoy its. festivities to the fullest extent. The Delker is what you need. ACTON BROTHERS, HARTFORD, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney WJlIJams, City, Accordion Pleatlng, box or knife arc the parents of a wee girl, born pleating, skirts under 20 Inches 75c, LUMBER 2ki&CG v d e Ro-sln- - J es o I 47't2 T'MiU i ,00stmammmBUtiiii V- pounds of silage. This sidered as a guide for feeding to ap ments UIUl inuuiuus Ul UUUU1C iiuvtgrown on becn devised which reduce the lubor ply when the loughage is grow root crops, tho farm. When everything has to rqulred to ho purchased, it is often more econHat Fruit And Keep Well. omical to limit tho quantity of roughFruit Is food. It supplies some age fed and increase the grain rasugar and the Important mineral mattion. ters, mild fruit acids, and citamlnes, say exports in the United States DeAu officer was inspecting at ono of came upon a big, partment of Agriculture, Office of the camps when ho round-eye- d privato doing sentry duty Homo Economics. These food subhelp to keep tho body in good with a gun that he held In anything stances health and to prevent constipation approved manner. but the Use fresh fruit whenever possible "Don't you knpw better," demandsurplus. Apples, pears, tho officer, "than to point an em and can tho ed plums, peaches, cherries, oranges, jity gun at me?" --Jiut it ain't empty, sir" protested grapefruit, grapes, bananas, avocatho list is very long. ho nrlvatc. "It's loaded!" Youth's dos, berries Somewhere in tho United States somo Companion. of them aro always in season, and somo aro In market everywhere much Kuriili.li Succulent Kccil ltooU of tho time. Smiill Hulrles Use dried fruits, either home dried development of the alio With the have over- or those on sale almost everywhere. many dairy cow owners prunes, apples, dried aprilooked tho value of roots as a succu- Soak In waterdried overnlglit and cook cots Mangel-wurzlent iced for cattle. long enough to make them ten 1pcU, carrots, and turnips aro the them e. der. prluclpal roots grown for this Use dates, figs, or raisins. These They aro particularly adopted portions are very good added to breakfast to tiu- - cooler and more moist 10 minutes before taking it ot the country. Tho principal draw- cerealsthe stovo. tho labor of from back to their use Is prowlng, harvesting and storing say spe- Tca'cli Chicks To Roost When 8 Io la thorn. On tho other hand, Weeks Old. tho United States Departcialists of It is often advisable to teach the ment of Agriculture, root crop have a diztlnct advantage for small dairies, chicks to roost when 8 to 12 weeks as It Is generally accoptcd that a silo of ago, say poultry specialists of the Agriwill net prove economical wusie la- United States Department of six animals aro being fed. Roots culturo. When they aro allowed to than or remain on tho floor It Is difficult to juay be stored In a proper cellar, liarled In tho ground, and can bo talo keep thorn clean and to keep them quality with from crowding. If wido roosts 3 -- ea out In any desired et -el pur-pok- 4 Indus are need, thero is but FARM LOANS lime, u any, more aira kit or cTOoKeu INSISTS NELSON hrsiats than If tueehlchs are allowed to remain on the floor. HEAVER DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. Is Vnv ItcwttV' The chicks can generally be taught Mtiulrcr of ('mare Tnlnto Crutt Well MUcil Kor o In cut injury to the remainder. roots can Judtfe R. W. Slack, Oweuibo'o. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKennof. lug I'uwl or l'"lft, Million A surprising nnlottnt of to roost by putting the perohej noar Mcnt IMrs Coiu'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. Dollars. A the floor, but It this plan Is Inconwhoat-savb produced on a small acreage. Somo of the ford. than'ylold of 2D tons per acre of mangel venient or does not prove offeotive Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. ing dishes have provod better Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Washington, May 1 1. Nntlon-wldthey wore sub- - wurzels Is nothing unusual, while In the chicks may be placed on the Marshal 11. F. Stovcns. tho foodB for which Muxtcr Coiu'nilritduiicr Otto C, Marporches aftor dark for n few night, financial aid for the farmers la con Potato cruat for meat pie. England, where roots nro used slltutod. tin, Hartford. tained In FORDSVIIiLK. Instaio, as tested In the Exparl- - most entirely to supply succulont until thoy have learned to go there House by n bill Introduced In the Trustee Jury Kund Cftl P. Keown, Itepreeontat'vo A. I. of their own accord. Where a larKJ Kitchen of tho United States food, tho ylold per aero Is mental Hartford.' Ch'm'n. Uonrd W. It, Jonoi. of Wlfcomln, who has enlisted of Agriculturo, Is declar- - ed still furthor by lntonslve farming. number of chicks are brooded togethClerk Olla Cobb. for it the support of Secretary of the 1st Monday In March IS days Other kinds of beets, and also tur er mound a brooder stove It' Is n good cd by many persons to be .better than Coiu'th. and Civil. nips and carrots may bo used. Tur- plan to place roosts In tho house Treasury Mellon and the Farm Loan Pollco Judge C. P. Kcs8lnKor. pastry. the ordinary May 12 dayi Civil. nips, however, should bo fed aftor when tho chicks nro 4 to weeks old, Board, as well as several of tho pres- let Monday in Marshal Grant Pollard. 1 cup hot rlced potato. In July 12 days 1st Monday milking rather than before, as they so that the larger and stronger chicks idents of Federal laud banks. cup shortening. Com'th. and Civil. Iu this hill it is proponed that there give a bad flavor to ,tho protlrfct. will start using the roosts while the cup milk. 11 days OFFICIAL .SCHOOL CALENDAR Monday in September Yellow carrots Impart n desirable weaker chicks still stay around the shall bo created In tho Tronaury a 3d FOR PRESENT YEAR; 2 cups flour. Civil. farmloan revolving fund of fifty milcolor to the milk. For feeding pur- brooder hover. 2 teaspoons baking powder 1J days 4th Monday In November lion dollars, which shall relievo the poses the mangels will probably be 1 teaspoon salt. County Board of Education tE. S. Com'th. and Civil. For a Weak Stomach. beet. situation and refound the most practical cup flour to roll out Howard, S. S. O. C. As a general rule all you need to do lease capital for shorl-ternftper, so COUNTY COURT. To the hot rlced potato add tho Among enrrots, the Long Orango Is Div. No. 1 II. A. .shortening and the milk. Sift In tho recommended because of Its largo Is to adopt a diet suited to your age as to ennblo tho farmers to Improve Uoots first Monday In each month. Houto G. ingredients and mis well. Holl size and heavy yield. It forms a and occupation and to keep your their property, extend their live stock Judges dry Mack Cook. you feel that and purchaso implements. Div. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. County Att'y. A. D. Klrlc. tho crust to the desired thickness, long, thick root, and Is very easily bowels regular. When Mr. Nelson Intends thnt tho de Div. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Clerk W. C. Blnnkenehlp. lino the Inside rim of the baking dish grown. The White Vosages or Bel- you have eaten too much and when SlierllT S. A. Uratcher. wlth It, pour in the filling of meat giun Is grown exclusively for stock, constipated, take ono of Chamber posits throughout the emintry of the m $50,000,000 fund provided by the Superintendent E. S. Howard. and vegetables, and cover tho dish and Is an even heavier ylelder. The lain's Tablets. Dlv. No. I Robt. Goff, Roslno. s government shall be secured by Fedthe crust. This amount win uu ruiuunga is reconimenueu ns a good Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. with Div. No 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver TKY TO MOlt GERMANS. n casse- - turnip. The eral bonds or othor secuand methods a D. E. Ward. Tav Commissioner sufficient to cover rities to bo approved by tho SecretaDam. of cultivating are adapted to all three Surrejor C. S. Moxloy. toIc. After the taking of testimony In ry of tho Treasury in an amount equal kinds of roots. Div. No, Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Nat LIndloy, Ccntcr- POTATO THISTLE ' Line a dish around the sides with Tho soil should be well enriched, the cases of several Gorman officers to said deposits, such securities to town. FISCiUj COURT. charged with cruelty to prisoners of bear interest nt a rate which shall be mashed potatoes prepared as for the and should be one that warms up County Board of Examiners: E. S war, a mob formof ono per cent In excess of Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, fill with minced lamb, quickly in tho spring. Mot growers the allies during the table, then Mrs. Birdie Midkltf and meat, well regard sandy loam as best adapted to ed and tried to get possession of Herr the rnte borne by the last bond Issue Octobor. veal or any other Ira Jones. Schroeder, tho German counsel for of the bank iu which such deposits 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, sqasoned, and cover the top with tho culture of root crops, this being Teachers Institute Sept. 13th accused. The testimony is to be Is made. Route 3. mashed potatoes and crisscross with particularly true of the early spring the 17th. Leipzig, where the tria's are crop. For later crops heavy sells used at "I know of nothing nrbro im 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear a knife. Put In oven and brown. bo conducted In accordance with portant in national legislation at the er Dam. This Is an economical way of using can be employed, and muck soils to EXAMINATIONS Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. meat and potatoes. are widely used for tlje midsummer the provisions of the treaty of Ver- present time than enhancing tho agri- Qrd District up sailles. Witnesses told that one cultural Interest of the country and 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towCommon School Diploma May 14 Creamed codfish or creamed smoked and fall crops. Land that is in good 'Capt. Muller, in charge of a prison carrying It over Its present depressand 15 nt Hartford, Heaver Data, a change, chipped dried physical condition as the result of fish, or, for camp near St. Quentin. herded 1000 ing condition," said Mr. Nelson. In 5th District W. C. and Fordsvillo.. beef, with the potatoes are also goou early and proper handling, well sup plied with available plant food and men into three huts where condltiors explanation of hN measure. "The May 21 and 22 County Teachers combinations. rich in organic matter, is essential to were so bad and fooil so scare that farmer purchnses GO per cent of the (Ith District K. S. Dsan, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford. (White). many died. The captain was alto arMay 28 nnd 29 County Teachers' Ilnjs Arc Host Roughage best results. Applications of stable oused of riding down prisoners while manufactured articles of the nation 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvillo. He cannot have purchasing power un- Kth District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Eaminotion at Hartford, (Colored). manure at the rate of 20 to 30 tons Tor Ihilry Cows. less he has extension of credits. Priper acre are advisable, and this may on parade. ford, Route 6. Juno IS nnd 19 County and State The best kinds of dry roughage et vate banks are running along so Teachers' Examination at Fordsvillo, connection profitably be supplemented by the-- , HARTFORD. for feeding dairy cows in Barbed wire cuts .ragged wounds, closely that they cannot well extend use of commercial fertilizer contain (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. with corn silage or roots are legumicollar and harness galls heal up It. Therefore, the government must Juno 25 and 2G County and State red, crim- ing at least 2, per cent nitrogen, S quickly when Ballard's Snow Lininous hays, such as alfalfa, Clerk J. A. Howard. per lend assistance. Teachers' Examination at Hartford. The Federal Farm or per cent phosphoric acid and clover, and son, or alsike Police Judge C. M. Crowe. ment Is applied. It is both healing sjstem has worked well, but in this potash. (Colored). cowpea hay, In the opinion of ex- cent Mnrshal E. P. Casebler. and antiseptic. Price 25c, 50c and emergency It cannot function unless Sept. 17 and IS County nnd State The seed is sown In rows at least $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun United States Departperts of the Teachers' Examination at Hartford, the Republican majority In Congress ROCKPORT corn 30 Inches apart If horse cultivation ty Drug Co. m ment of Agriculture. While (White). comes to Its assistance as I have sug- Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. sllago Is an excellent feed, It is not is practiced, but under hand cultivaSept 24 and 25 County nnd Ssted, and I hoo met with such unClerk N. II. Uratcher. more than 15 a balanced one, as It does not contain tion they need not be WEEKS ASKS FOR Examination at Hartford, qualified sympathy for the farmer Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. and mineral matter to IS Inches. Ordinarily about sufficient protein (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Uratcher. per acre Is reOF 175,000 and such endorsement of this project ARMY to meet fully the requirements of the pounds of beet seed on the part of Republican leaders cow. The leguminous hays, In ad- quired. Seed Is ordinarily covered army that I am sure somethiug will bo to to a depth of 4 to 1 inch. As beet Washington, May 13. An dition to being very palatable, tend alseed is rather slow in germination, appiopriation bill carrying nearl done." correct this deficiency. They are Woman Wauta cheapest the practice of sowing some $350,000,000 and providing for an io among the best and (lmJ& seed along with it Is some- army of not less than 175,000 men sources of protein. ) These plants serve was advocated today by Secretary FOR FLETCHER'S One or more of these hays can he times followed. any farm. In as markers for the rows before the Week? before tho Senate Military Afgrown on practically rxiilltlon to their value for feeding beets are up, so that cultivation may fairs Committee. Tho committee had o- purposes, they improve the soil In be begun before the beets show above up for consideration the army bill FOR PERSONAL IIYRIRNP. Census Taker What Is jour af Hay from Canada the ground. pa3ud by tho House, which provided Diss olved in water for il.iiirlir. .inn. which they grow preent ( pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd tnflara. Beet seeds come in clusters, and It appropriations totaling $320,000,000 please? Held peas, sown with oat to tnatiun Lady I am 20 Recommended by Lydia E. peas from lodging, also makes is inevitable that thinning by hand and an army of 150,000 enlisted men. the Med. Co, for ten years. Census Taker, Interrupting puts will bo required. Plants should be provision of the House for av loughage. The an excellent iFInhhnm wonder for nnml catarrh, also given just room enough In the row to average army of 150,000 for the next down "20"; (she had Intended to and lore cye Economical. Corn stover, sorghum, etc., Hm extnonjmry f!en,in trni cntuoUl dairy grow comfortably, usually about 6 fiscal year, Secretary Weeks assert- say "29", being really 49.) (nwrr. For Children find a good market through the JniBcuij. or tx.r.l '.JM;?"tJ. 5.ogf Compear. Ikloo. MtM. In Census Taker Arc you single? ynn.. he "illon ed, would 'necessitate alteration In rnw.- This class of roughage Is low inches apart. .... Roots intended for winter storage vu A Safe Old Fashioned Lady, falling into his arms Oh, Ui aw the military establishment as arrangIn protein, however, and when n is Remedy for Worms and I do not iikpiI the crain ration must be richer are allowed to stand in the Held un ed under the army leorganlzation act, sir, this Is so sudden Seventy-fivyears of dis- oven know your name. til Just before heavy autumn frosts and "strong-armethods in this element. is the best test!, stor- - charge" to bring down the present ;No positive rule can be laid down.' occur, when they are pulled and FREY'S VERMIFUGE monial 'tfSUlFi n A short story writer moved recent..". !, can offer ou. nnnntitv of dry rofighago ed in nits or rnlinr requiring much enlisted strength. He added that if ly to a quaint Vermont village. A Keep a bottle always on j the same treatment as potatoes 12 and tho House figures were allowed to that should be fed, but from to hand. It will help keep stand it would "seriously cripple the friend met him the othor day In pounds a day for each cow, in addl- similar root crops. die little ones healthy rE5& magazine office and asked him how or army." From 20 to 35 pounds of sliced and happy, i,,n tn dln.ee. will bo found satlsfac30cbnttIetyourdniRKifltpaor pulped roots, with a proper grain ra- . , Tho appropriation of $34G.700,-00- 0 he liked his new life. ,st cases. Btnersl .tore; or if your dealer "Fair," he answored can't .upplyyou.iend hit namo dry roughage is of poor tlon and dry forage, Is a day's ration a3 provided in the army bill pass"When tho Succeed when everything the falls. and 30c in alarnpa and we'll "Have you called on your neigh,,. Thu it ed by the last Congress but vetoed by i, o nnnrap wnndv hay or, for an culinary dairy cow. end you a bottle prompUy. In nervous prostration and female nii:iiiiv:iii:iiLiai.vivi lUU"VI 1 tons President Wilson, Mr. Weeks told th bors yet. E. 4 S. FREV, ' '.vcakr.csse they are the supreme EiUfflorr, AM. a poor grade of cornstalks, a large will bo seen that and 1 am going to If I miss "No. But remedy, a: thousands have testified. portion can often bo given to advan will carry a cow thru the usual flvi committee, would bo satisfactory pro- any more of my wood." An acre or vided Congress allowed an army of FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND tage, allowing the cow to pick oui months winter weather. STOMACH TROUDL.E turnips will two the best and using the . rejected part 1. of beets,n carrots and lini.rl lirllfnf 175,000 men. GIRLS SHOCKED AT ORDER. . 1. . it is the best medicine ever sold ,iiilai n iti Reduction of the army to an averWith this quantity oi uo uuuubii iu amiiuj .mj uc.u iu.u ior bedding. over a druggbr's counter. not largo eiiuugn io m.iuu u uu age of 150,000 men for next year, Mr. dry roughage the cow will taKe, Two American girls arriving at development of Weeks said, would mean that to scale WILL YOUv cording to her size, from 25 to 50 profitable. With the Coblenz for Red Cross work saw this industry many Imple may be con- - tho sugar-be0 strength of present FARM DEPARTMENT. U-I wnr-tlm- o -. to 'ID D. IRECTORY -- o nl-f- or Increas-Departme- nt Nel-o- n, G One-ha- lf Ono-lfa- lf long-ter- m fnrm-loa- n One-fourt- h ni Owen,-Hartfor- d, ! 10-in- same-soil- s farm-loa- C one-ha- lf left-ov- er left-ov- er n. soy-bea- n 1 i O-- State-Teacher- s' G 3-- quick-sprouti- e Every Oliilaren Cry C A ST O R A I f Vf Srajfc Yerraii 'H$e 'die e conlin-uousuje a Mothers use ier 1I ..- i J ( m o--o. a Ft G ESSBTOSSrS - one-ha- lf I 5 ... . m ac-,- is 230,-00enlisted men down to that average would mean to reduce it at somo period of tho year to 12G.000 men. This loV figure, he added, would mean an army with a fighting strength of 70,-0men and Infantry companies of eighty men each. The War Secretary, altho questioned by committee members, refused to d!bCU3s the possibility of wlthdiaw-a- l of the American forces on tho Rhine. tho 00 FRENCH FIGHT OVER NAPOLEON CELEBRATION Napoleon died at St. Helena, May 1821. Preparations were made throughout Franco for the celebration of the anniversary this year but in the midst of tho plans a strong opposition developed among the radicals and socialists, who claimed that the demonstration would bo undemTho Lea ocratic and unrepubllcan. gue for tho Protection of Men's Cltl zenshlp Rights issued a protest asking Its members to refrain from partici pation. Tho mayor of Lyon, who is a member of the chamber of doputles, resigned from the committee of celebration on the ground that the manifestation was degenerating to a political one. 5, Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R A f m - i c Ho I am going away tomorrow. Are you sorry? She Yes; I thought you might bo going away tonight. am In approWng It. The very reason which cxictcs my favor is the reason why he opposes It. 1 favor an Increase In tho value of farm products A Treatment because my people sell them. Ho disOf WEAK approves of the increase of the price LUNGS or of farm products because his people buy them, and we are both on Iho CONSUMPTION same footing, so far as tho purpose which prompts our action on this bill relief Is concerned. But It goes beyond A quick pains for that tired, rua down (etlloc. coughs, Io cheat, night iweau. hemorthat, gentlemen. Agriculturo and tho rhage!, weak lungs or consumption. II it data ot help yon it coals you solbinf. Interests of tho farmer lio at tho 9 Suggestion for a Caiiiping Trip. lock dox eta Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's very foundation of tills nation' pros- OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUK O. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy beforo perity. m leaving) homo. As a rule it cannot be obtained when on a hunting or EDISON WOULD TKACII CHILDREN I1V MOVIES fishing trip. Neither can it be ob USELIV-VER-LA- X tained while on board tho cars or Now York May 12. Substitution steamships and at such times and places it is most likely to be needed. of motion pictures for books In tho The safe way is to have It with nation's elementary schools would in you. in twenty years bring about an advancement of ten centuries in civilization. REAV1S FOR FARMERS. Thomas A. Edison said today. t The scientist declantl present pri1' Washington, May 17 Rprcsenta-tlv- e mary school systems wore poor and Frank Reavls, of Nebraska, ono unattractlvo to children of tho Republican leaders of the "Tho remedy." ho said. "Is to ollm- House, Is decidedly for tho farmer. Inato boresome books and teach with . Fceliright all tho time. Don't lay ol In defending the bill permitting ag- motion pictures. This is a more vivid ricultural associations under the law moro compelling method of holding on your feet, whllorellovingyourtroid Io. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don ho said: a child's attention. tako anything else. You can't afford , "I como from a district that Is alit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay most exclusively agricultural. I faAn old lady was with a party be- - temand relieves consUnatlon.. Anat. vor this propdsitlon because I believe Ing shown over Nolson's ship, the1 ural remedy, natural in itsactions, sure In tho first Instance It will provo beneficial to those whom I represent. let into tho deck, the guide said ht I favor It because I hope that It will solemn tones. "And that Is whore home. Children can take it freely an with' perfect Bafety. Every bottle gtiar- increase the price of their products. tho groat Nelson foil." bottles, Non ,? "Tho goutleman from Massachu"I ain't at all surprised to hear It," genuine I and stew setts (Mr. Walsh) Is no moro un- replied the old lady. "I almost slip- - LrooXL. K. GrLrsbv. kenesabA1 hve " For selfish in his opposition to this than ped over It myself!" . WILLIAM. . KB- I sign posted: "Officers when not on duty aro authorized to wear trousers on Syunday and holidays. On other days they may be worn only between four P. M. and rovellle.' Tho girls, according to tho story, asked to be sent where tho proprieties were better observed, but It was explained to them that Gen Allen's order merely meant that the officers could change from the regulation breeches .at tho times specified. TAKE OUR WW GERMINAL REMEDY FORcONE MONTH For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. SvSOSyS i , ZjnJS8TU5j 5l $S"iVl Hutted t NASHVILLE MAN GAINS 20 POUNDS Night Watchman Tanlac. Luckctt Says, He Feels Like a Different Man Since Taking would rnngo from that down to $i per week. Tho machinery for putting the net Into effect Is placed In the Department of tho Interior, in which the Pension Hurcnti now Is. It furthor provided In tho Nolan hill that any person who would ootro under Its provisions must not have had any Incomo from any sourco (hiring tho twolvc months preceding hla application, avoraglng as much as $9 per week. I pARjyjITRC; rOMRIMF AID MARKETING O. K. Republican Mujiirlly In House Vote or UIM to lit ilw ThVni Right. Washington - to "y i t4t666644 ' t444444444444444fc i May 10. Uy n voto of 204 to 4!) the Republican majority In the House- has passed a bill permitting farmers to combine in associa- rc are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we remnrknblo that a years of ago should man plxty-nln- o Kaln twenty pounds In weight, hut that Is just what llonjauiln A. Luc-ko- tt saya ho did hy taking Tanlac. Mr. Luckctt la night whatchmon (or tho White Trunk and Ilag Co., and lives at 4S01 Tonnoeseo St., West Nashville. Tonn. "My health hegan to fall ahout two years ago. I had no nppatlto and what little I did oat gavo mo considerable discomfort, nfterwnrds, especially from gas that formed in my stomach which Rave me a tight stuffy feeling. I had an nwfnl pain across tho small of my hack and my kidneys bothered me a good dual. "I Jnst thirteen pounds In weight mill wa going down Iilll so fast I It liccamo worried and discouraged. wjs lucky for me I started on Tanlac when I did, for It suited my caso exactly. I am feeling like a different man now. I have such a hlg appetite I lnton1 to get a hlgger lunch I eat agrees linsket. Everything with mo and I have gained twenty pounds in weight. I'm on this Job every night now feeling Just fine." Is It certainly PRESERVE FAMOUS words or LATE WAU Tho most striking words and speeches pronounced during tho World war hy tho various lenders will he preserved on phonograph hy tho Sorhonne, or University of Paris. There will th,us ho created a library of historical sources unlquo of Its kind Among tho words to be recorded will be the command of Gan. Joffro to turn back the Germans, at tho Marno or "Dlo whore you stand;" Gen. Pctaln's famous de claration, "Thoy shall not pass." and the address of Gen. Koch to the allied armies the morning after Armistice day. "01 hate flatthery," said O'Brien the other dny. "Klatthory makes ye think ye aro better than yo are, an' no man llvln' can Ivor ho that." Boston Transcript. WOMEN OF POLAND TO FIGHT LEAGUE Vllna, April 23. The Polish women of Vllna have taken up cudgels against the League of Nations. Thoy woman sny when ye come in at 3 shouldered arms last summer and o'clock this niornln'?" fought Ilolshevik soldiers in defense Mike: "Sure, the darlln' soul novcr of the city they assert they will said a worrud. An' I was goln' to fight again and It the league should pulled out have thorn two front teeth to send nn International army anyways." American Legion. to police the disputed territory in. event of a plebiscite. ORDERS OHIO COUNTV COURT Vllna at present Is occupied by REGULAR TERM: MAY Slid, 1021 General Luclcn Zollgowskl and some 20,000 Polish soldiers, while repretion. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C, Pre- sentatives of Poland and Lithuania, In boundary of with thoj.eague of Nations as media siding. In Sulphur Springs and Sunnydalo vot- - tor, havo beon conferring with tho ing precincts; vlew to detennino tho fate of tho This dny came Fonzo MIdklff, V ill' Vllna district, which Is called Central Surceons agree ttiat In cases of Illr.ton, E. r. Gnbbort, J. W. Kirk, Lithuania by General Zeligowskl and Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the J TIce Halter and othors, being legal his adherents. first treatment is most Important. Women Worn Denied Vote, voters In Sulphur Springs and Sun- When an efficient antiseptic 13 appli vtydnlo voting precincts, and moved Tho League's Military Commission ed promptly, tlioro is no danger of tho court to' havo tho boundaries of of Control, which since last fall has Infection and tho wound begins to said precincts changed and tho court boon endeavoring to settle tho coi-bol- heal at once. For uso on man or sufficiently advised, and being troversy between Poland and Lithu- - beast, Bororono is the ideal antisepporsonally advised of tho necessity anln, until recently made Its head' tic and healing agent. Buy it now for said change, sustained tho mo- - quarters In Vllna. Tho Control Com- - and bo ready for an emergency. Price tlon of said applicants, and It Is now mission has never been popular In 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m ordered and adjudged by tho court Vllna. By a recent decision which Ohio County Drug Co. that tho lino dividing said precincts denied women tho right of franchise, be changed nnd that tho lines when should a plebiscite be held, the coiu- - ESTATE WORTH MILLION'S changed bo as follows: mission came into greater disfavor FAILS TO IA7RE DOCTOR Beginning at Rough Creek at Slato than ever, especially among tho Riffle; thence running a straight line. Boston, May 12. Dr. Ivon C. R. a southerly direction to tho Hartford I Tho commission members contend Amesbury, a practicing physician for nnd Dundeo public road at' Will HIn-- 1 that tho birth records of Central somo thirty years in this city, can see ton's leaving tho said Will HlntonV Lithuania aro so Incomplete that tho no reason why he should give up- his house in Sulphur Springs voting pre- -, voting of womon would only cpmpli-clnc- t; practice here to take up an estate in thenco down tho'Hartford nnd'eato matters. England, even though millions of dolDundeo public road ns It meanders j it was in consequence of this lars go with the estate. Hartford, to tho dividing lino sion, and to manifest their dlsappro-belwec- n Ho has Just received word, that Sulphur Springs, Sunnydalo Val that a crowil of' women attacked with tho dearji of an undo in Engnnd cast Hartford voting precincts, j the commission's chairman, Colonel land, tho last remaining barrier benear Sarah Leo'3 on said road, leav- - Chardlgnny, and spattered his French tween his family and nn estate of ing nil voters living on tho south side uniform with eggs, somo of which many millions of dollars has been reof said public rood In Sulphur Springs j wore not exactly fre3h. A few days moved. nrcclnct, and all voters re- - after this incident tho commission reA direct descendent of the siding on tho north side of said road moved Its headquarters from Vllnai of Devonshire, Dr. Amesbury in Sunnydnlo voting precinct, thenco to Kovno, which Is tho seat of has known for years that somo day from said road following j eminent of tho ropubllc of Lithuania, ho might become an heir to the a st tho East Hartford precinct lino to j Eight of tho women were arrested estate of H. Mount Booman, that has Rough RIvor creek near Combs by tho local police authorities, but remained in the family's hand since bridge. jno date has been set for tho trial. tho time of William the .Conquerer. a petition signed by thousands of He says he received at one time a It is furthor ordered by the court that Sulphur Springs voting precinct jvilna women has been sent to the small Income from it, but never has ' bo known us Sulphur Springs voting League of Nations asking for tho lived in anticipation of impending No. 4, and that Sunnydalo jmoval of Colonel Chardlgny as hoad fortune. voting precinct be known as Sunny-i0- f the military commission of con- "I havo boon told," Dr. Amesbury dalo voting precinct No. 36, and it la trol. said, "I'm shortly to come In for a further ordered and adjudged by tho The Lithuanians contend for the share of the Raleigh estate a few court, that tho voting place in Sul- Vllna district on tho ground that Vll- million pounds. I haven't paid much phur Springs voting precinct No. 4, na and tho capital of the ancient state nttontlon to it. I haven't beia ofThey claim it also un- ficially notified yet." bo nnd It Is horeby changed from of Lithuania. Dundee to Sulphur Springs, and that der terms of 'a treaty of peace with Four relatives of the doctor, who hereafter all olcctlons held In and the Soviets signedin Moscow last are lawyers, aro looking after his for Ohio County, Kentucky, in said summer. jtoreats In England. precinct bo hold at Sulphur Springs, Tho Vllna Poles contend that the ELECT WOMEN TO OFFICES and that tho voting place in Sunny- majority of tho population of tho dalo voting precinct No. 3C, remain as Vllna district in Polish, and that as In tho recent elections to the MosIt is now at Sunnydalo. less than 3 per cent of tho population MACK COOK, 3. O. C. C. of about 1,500,000 aro Lithuanians, cow tovlct about 200 woniMi were Acopy attest: W. C. Blankenship, the state of Lithuania has no Just successful candidates and among Cleric OJiiT County Court, claim to tho lnnd undor dispute. them was the wlfo of Lenln'o, the Thero wore Vllna's stroots aro dally filled with Bolshevik premier. communists elected. 321 Zollgowski soldiers, all of whom wear FOR OLD AGE PENSION'S delegates and 25 sectoring 'tho Polish uniform. Many of tho of- vicWashlngton, May 12 Provlskn flcora j,avo adopted tho Zoligowski Tho result was hailed as a Howevi.v. all o pensions, to tho qnd that Central Lithuanian Insignia, which is tory for communism. for poverty among tho aged In tho Unit worn on the collar togethor with tho freo ttief ch and free action a") sternmi that cd States may he abolished, Is made Polish white eagle'. Tho Polish col- ly fori .'0 ti.ii by tlit d rsult ,z i.ot surprising In a bill Introduced In the Houso by ors aro to bo .seen ovorywhero in the the Representative John I. Nolan, of buslnss sction of Vllna on holidays, "Ladles nnd Gontlomon," began California, the Republican chalrmun and In most of tho stores and restautho vaudevlllo entertainer, "my ason Labor. rants thero nro pictures of Joseph of tho Committee mo and d sistant will Nolan, who Is the author of tho $3 Pllsudski, Poland's chief of state. I will provo to you that I can see wage bill, wouM per day minimum thru a horso blanket." 1'iitn Mm I'nvri'iiment crnnt a pension " Many ladies mado a rush for the nbovo the ago of 05 to every person I 1 V exits. . 1?,V.WM nthnr incomo from any .ii,nl, w..-- - .. Jl'UlO, . For Infants and Children other sourco, who has for the twenty Prospective Customer Thought years preceding tho attainment of In Use For.Over Years you had slashed prices. that ago beon a citizen. Paupers, Always bears CJothing Salesman We have the lunatics and criminals are oxcepted Prospective Customer With a any Individual Signature of Tho ambunt paid to safety razor? would not- - exceed $9 per week and .rno.b speak louder. Pat: "An what did your ould a Cr pt tions for marketing purposes. 'This bill ' said Representative Vol. stead, chairman of tho Judlclary.Com- rulttcc, In explanation, "alms to aucooperative thorize associations among farmers for tho purposo of mnrketlng tholr products. There aro a great many of thoso associations today scattered all over this country Thero are, a great many of them In Europe, In this country they have been constantly threatened WTth proMany states havo modifisecution. ed their laws so as to legallzo these organizations, and tho last national conventions of the two great par and Democrats,, ties, Republicans passed resolutions indorsing legislation of this kind. There is, as I understand, a general demand for It among tho farmers, and tholr organizations havo practically agreed upon this form of a bill. "Tho objection mado to thjse organizations at present Is that they Act, violate, tho Sherman Anti-Tru- st nnd that Is upon the theory that each fa nn or Is a separate business entity. Whon ho combines with his neighbor for tho purposo of securing better treatment in the disposal of his crops ho Is charged with a conspiracy or combination contrary to tho Sherman Anti-TruAct. Business men can combine by putting their money Into corporations but It is Impractical for farmers to combine their farms Into similar corporato form. Tho object of this bill is to modify the laws under which business orgalnzatlons are i.ow formed, so that farmers may take advantage of the form of organization that is used by business concerns. It is objected In sorao quarters that this repeals the Sherman Anti-TruAct as to farmers. That is not true any more than it is true that a combination of two or three cor porations violates the act." st st For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLA1TK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &e., IN STOC: have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 0" nice things that were said. "But NATIONAL BANK IS there Is one thing I can't understand,' TO BE LIQIDATED she confided to a friend, 'and that is TO SHUT OFF GRAFTERS Washington, May 14. ' ng ' - what an American put in the book Owensboro, Ky May 14. Nego- after stopping here. People always tiations that havo been In progress smile when they read It." "What was it?-- ' queried the other. for several week's were consummated "He wrote only the worlds, "Quoth whereby tho United this afternoon States National Bank will be liqui- the raven." dated thru the Central Trust Company. The Central Trust Company Ocker How did youtattaln such has practically bought the assets of proficiency at bayonet thrusting? the United States National Bank, and Bocker Roachlng for steak at our will guarantee the depositors. boarding-housThe United States National Bank e. sult of the fact that many officials ot the Wilson administration information in their official capacities and resigned to enter private business in order to mako use of the information they had Representative Edmunds, of Pennsylvania, has Introduced a bill in the House to prohibit the prosecution of claims against the United States by former government emgained-InsidthuA-gaine- As tho re- e ployees, So t deel-towa- Ral-f.'ig- hs I gov-runnl- i was organized about eleven years ago. "Of course I don't know," began It has a capital stock of 250,000, the 'bufc-i- t strikes showed loans and dis- tho sarcastic boarder, laet statement me that this chicken " counts amounting to $1,320,500.93, "Now what's the matter with the and total deposits of $995, 197.15. snapped the landlady. Tho banlnkg house, one of the finest "Oh, nothing," answered the lodg-- , Owensboro, is valued at $66,167.- In "only it is evidently the offspring 78. E. T. Franks, former chairman of er, id-Blts. egg. d Republican State Central Com- - ot a tho mlttee was president of the bank. Landlady The coffee, I am sorry Among the directors were J. T. Grlf- flth, J. J. Sweeney. R. W. Owen, A. to say, Is exhausted, Mrs. Smith.. Broeler nnd Dr. A. Kirk. Boarder Ah, yes, poor thing! I The Central Trust Company, or was expecting that.' I've noticed for ganized thirty years ago, is capltallz- - j some time that it has been growing " Its last statement weaker. "London Answers. ed at ?200,00. amountshowed notes and.mortgages ing to $1,172,761.39, and trust and "How do you like your new boardIndividual deposits of $1,318,566.14. ing house?" The offlco building is valued at $64 -"Oh, the rooms are fair, the table 000. W. L. Reno is president of the Is tolerable and the gossip is great." Trust Company. Lawson Reno is chairman of tho board of directors. McCul-locThe directors include J.-of Louisville; John Relnhardt, R. S. Hughes, L. Freeman Little, J. W. Allen, Lawson Reno, ' Seorgo Mischel, J. J. Rodman and W. L. Rehard-boileh, flagrant have been some of tho cases of resignation to takn advan- tage of conditions created while la the service of the government that an investigation has been threaten-chickeed. I n," Mr. Edmunds' bill provides that no' officer, clerk or employee In any de. .. ?.! uii- for three years after'separatlon from. the service, act as counsel, agent enr attorney for the prosecution ot any claim against the United Slates where he was employed. A flue of from $1,000 to $10,000 and Imprisonment of from one to ten years are imposed, as penalty for vlolatjon ot the act. - Wllklns Why U Brooks winding up lus affairs? Blliklns Oh, Just because the doctor tells him he Is run down. .. , EVER BILIOUS? Black-Draught, no. Tho Central Trust Company will occupy the quarters of tho United States National Bank, tho move being mado in tho next fow days. Clp.r-onMoreheal, cashier of tho United States National Bank, will go with the Central Trust Company. BOARDING "ml ce B m Charleston, Miss Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, says: "1 have never had o use very much mfedicine, because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would and it would take a dose or more of straighten me out and piake me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for years THEDFORD'S 20 nan-partis- HOUSE HUMOR g.-e- old-ag- one-6'de- double-blindfol- . r A il t r QTH R fl .Little grl, (looking over newspaper advertisement) Mamma, why do those" boarding' houses object to children? I'm sure I don't , Fond Mother know. dear. Go and see what the linliv 'a hnu'llnc nlinnt mwl t nil John ny to stop throwing things at people In tho street, and make George and ,Kato stop fighting, and tell DlcV if ho doesn't stop beating that drum so hard I'll take It away from him. n LonThe landlady of a don boarding houso made a point of asking her departing guests to write something in her visitors' book. She was very proud of some ot tho name? of people inscribed in It, and of the well-know- and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. it has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as so many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am is the old, reliable liver glad to do so." medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, slomach not rigiit, bad taste in your moulh, bilious, or have a headache, try At all Druggists. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Black-Draught. 30 GZt&&ffl&ti Always Insist on the Genuine! .. 3 '"OMMISSIONKR'S SALE highest nnil host lildilor nt tho court MAST Kit COMMISSIONER'S SALE est and best bidder, nt tho court hou-- o nzxzzxzsp m.ur in llarttord, Ky., on Monday hnu.o door In Hartford, Ky., on Mon- 6, 1321. at about the hour of day, Juno 6, 1021, nt nbout the Hour .nim olito Circuit Court. Ohio Circuit Court. ono o'clock P. M upon a credit Joo Cook nnd Mack Cook, Plaintiffs,0110, C"0K l- - 'V," .n. a oroiut or six Pfrad HainI, Plnlntlff. twelve months, the follow- of six nnd v. Notice, of sale, uio lonowing ue- """ lwoo vs Notice of sale I t: scribed real wtnto, Ins doscribod real estate, lying and Clevoland Daughcrty, Defendant, lotfia Daniel, ft nl., Defendants. A I10".0, n"'1 lot '" Mcllonry, Ohio Hy virtue of a Judgment and order ordar llolnB '" 01,l County. Kentucky, In virtue IhVa t ln M oum' "onuicKy, imunueu ns ioi- Ohio Circuit Court tho volley of RouBh lllver compose.l of solo of the Ohio Circuit Court on-- 1 liiws: t 1"tl ' v cort?ln rraJprod nt Its March 1021 torni, dl- - ' ' terfd 111 the above styled action at Its Beginning nt D. rectf w mo as commissioner of said toRothor and constituting oneasfarm,- May term, 1921, directing mo ns com- corner on Howard S. Duncan's S. W. folbounded and described Street; thence E. missioner of said court to sell the mert in l the hereinafter doscrll)-- 1 f"I property, for with said street 150 feet to .Tano vJ lajid for tlie purpose of paying the ,owj,, horelnnftor tract: Being lot v,, 6 In the tho purpose described tho judginont street; thence North with Jane street toIfMt of the lands of Pardon Tabor. the of paying rSrt8...of...,.i. above styled action, nn.i.. i.a .i... of the plaintiffs against the defendant 150 feot to D. M. Duncan's S. E. coroeceased. ami hounded nnd described In the sum of $150,00 with interest ner; thonco west 30 feet to n stone; rf.TMrm? the remainder of the' pro- y of G per cent per thence S. 11 feet to 1). M. Duncan's uiiu. .bl...,..i, anmxR Mic partlos entitled BOO thereon at the rate E. west thereto, 1 will offer for sale nt public Pi" 8.HI B. corner of Thornton's 1W annum from February 1st 1919 until crow said nnd XV. linos; thence Dun111114 I'tJIllUI VU IUV roltTT to the highest nnd host bid iitlU J It'll N. 40 K. 1.12 poles to n paid, and nil costs of tho above styled with cross lino 87 feet to I). M. S. and W. linos at n stone; 1; thence can's action, together with tho cost of this !rr. nt iho Crmrt House door In Hartline ford, Kentucky. n Monday Juno 6, stono In tho original tract,ofa Robert sale, I will offor for snlo at public thenco aSouth with said lino 82 beech outcry to the highest and Hnrnctt's 2715 aero 1521. (Ii tiring the first day of the best bid feet to stone; thenco Wo3t 33 feet marked stone; feet to regular firm of tho Ohio County said lino as a pointer; thenco with der at the court house door In Hart' to abeginning.thence S. 5G poles to S. E. 64 'Court Jit nbout the hour of ono stone, 2 gums37and water beech mark'n ford Kentucky, on Monday, Juno G, tho unuorlylng Tho coal and minernrc reserved. said lot als o'cJoijV ) ni., on a credit of 6 and 132 1921, nt about tho hour of one o'clock pointers; Tho purchaser will be required to 12 jnintrhK tho following described ed u, to a stone, thenco S.to38 No. 1 P. M., upon a credit of six months corner lot execute his bonds In equal installrun! ostntn lying andbo ing in Ohio roles the following described property, viz: runnty. Ky.. and bounded and dc- - and with a ne of same N. 3, . 69 A tract of land lying and being in ments duo In 6 and 12 month, bearing ueginning, containing ot Ohio County, Kentucky and bounded Interest nt tho rata of G per cent per 0'e lne follows rrIUd '.No. annum from date until paid, Imme1. A tract or parcel of ' acres, bo the same more or less, Tract 4 In as follows: Second tract: Being Beginning on a stone ln Edward diately after sale.' Said bonds to have land IvliiR and being in Ohio County. tho division of the said lot No. land Tabor Kratiirby nbout five miles east of Fiener's line, a corner to Robert the force and effect of a Judgment, HuMftml, Ky., bounded as follows: ' and bounded as follows: ncginnlng at Cook's land; thence XV. 23 poles to and a Hen will also bo retained on the """-;" "'" Edward Fiener's corner; thence N. land sold to further secure tho payBcRimiliK at a black oak stump, B. ' ment of said bonds. Said bonds to M. Daniel's corner; thenco S. 44 W. " "'at; thence N. 37 W. 43 poles to 10 poles to a stone; thenco 2; thence N. poles to n stone and white V. 40 be executed with security to bo A 7 poles to n stono in Daniel's line; nrtono1Gcorner to lot No.StOliej oak, poleS tO a thence pointers In Reld line; thence N. 2 XV. AT, W 97 nnlna In n arnnn by the commissioner. . TV l'Vvw uuawy 28 E. rt Given under my io n aiono in xne thtnro X. 44 K. 47 poles to a stono original ,V- '- poios Robert Uarnetts 18 poles to a stone; thence W. 4 poles day of May, 1921. hand this the 17th lino of . ih .i.t. nf ttnfifnni nn.i iinainn XV. 90 to a sassafras; thence N. 7 275 aero survey, two nMl, thunce S. 4B E. with said road- and water beech marked sweet gums poles to Wllloughby line, corner on M. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. as pointers; a stone; thence E. with Wllloughby L. Heavrin, Atty. poles to tho beginning, con.7 aABh!-- ; S acres more or less, and be- - thenco with said original line S. 37 h. line 71 pole to an ash and white oak. stone, sweet gum Robert Cook's corner; Nimo land conveyed to E. M. r'9 ,1- 1-' ',()les ,, ? thenco 23 poles MA.sTKIl COMMISSIONER'S SAKE ir "n.Ke,1 as, I'u'ntow; thence to n sugar tree nnd stone; thence S. llunul by Cornelia R. Tatum on Mar. nnil,',cf,c.h 144 poles to the begln-- 13 E. 2S poles to beech; S. 43 V. , Ohio Circuit Court. ss7. which deed is of record in thence S. 34 bo the 17 acres, containing Ohio County clerk's off fee in deed " poles to a stone; thence S. 15 E. 20 Myrtle B. Arnold, Admrx.. Plaintiff, miuo more or less r,oivs. Notice of sale. i'B. page 154. poles to the beginning, containing 41 Tll-- r trac,t: Adjoining the tract Beginning at a stono Trn- -i No. 2 Godfrey L. Arnold, et al., Defendants. more or less. above described (lot No. 4) on the acre, the mineral, oil and gas rights IP ih- Hartford and Horton road, in By virtue of a Judgment and order All as follows: N. 5Gy. M Daniel's li ?7 poles withline; thenco to stobe"; west thereofatand bounded corner with underlying the above land are reserv- of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court en ea eBn,,'nK ,a said road E. nnd not included in this sale. nt P- - Hartford (being the last tract ed The purchaser will be required to tered in the nbove styled action as polea to a E. 28 ibvv v S. 54 .May term, 1921, directing me For complete expression of individuality in dress, - Hob Reddith's corner; thenco above described) thence N. 3 W. 42 execute his bond Immediately after Its tinCommissioner of said Court to sell . ST. 2 4 SO poles to three Poles to a stone Whence fa. 2S W. sale, with security to be approved by the hereinafter described property for women are today turning to home-sewin- g poles to a greater ili.ip oaks nnother of Reddlsh's cor- - S7 35 I,olea to a stone; thence S. 37 the commissioner payable In six the purpose of paying tho Indebted n- - ' t0 a stone; thence with months, bearing interest at the rate to N. 4S wi5 thencernnfnlnlnn- W. 44 polesnn,l a Straight HttO 107 poles tO tllO be- ness of Georg J. Arnold, licensed, and extent than ever. 1S nnrna G per ncres, more c' paid. cent per annum from date tin for the further purpose of paying the beini? thu fame land conveyed to E. Binning, containing :.u ill Said bond to have the force costs of this action and the co:tt of es The dress economy which cxecu- - or less. M Tauiil by Lizzie Walker, Judgment. A Hen and effect of Fourth tract: Ueing a narrow will be retaineda on the land sold here- this sale and dividing the remainder D. Walker,! rli cl the estate of E. 1S99, of the proceeds among thoao entitled possible will appeal to every woman to whom thrift which strip of ground adjoining the first in to further secure the payment of .Hereto, I will offer for sale at pub-d- c ltvcasrd. on January 10, ,s record In deed hook 29, and second tracts above described on said bond. ikuI n.-.- fniitn outcry to the highest and best bid-.lis an incentive. We are now showing a wide and variprk's nttim. the east thereof and bounded as fol- Given under my hand this tho 17 at the t'o'trt House door lu HartTraci 19. 3. Beginning at a stone lows: Deglnning nt n atone in Par day of May 1921. ford, Ky., on Monday June G, 1921, ried line of LaPorte Dress Fabrics for all kinds of " vi"b .n '"-'- """" """ OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C. it about the hour of one o'clock P. M. d IIrr .M Danlers line; thence S. 30- east corner of tiact No. 5 first; herein v t,M,.s in n- wiiif. nnU mrnorM. L. Heavrin and A. D. Kirk, Attys. VM. j'vauu (It being the first day of the regu-i- r Spring and Summer garments. If you are now plan-nin- g Sl tiiii X 40 E. 1(5 poles to a whtie' above described) thence S. 375GE E. at term of the Ohio County Court) thence N. Jit ; vf.oi Pimif Mionro s. r,r, r. polei to a stone; u upon r. credit of six months the fol- a new suit, dress or frock for Spring, you should IS YOUlt LIFE INSURED? 2 inv-f- to three white oaks; thence "k-- aBes h imnuiea ieei; .owing described property: V W. 2S poles to the beginning, 'thence at right angles N. 37 W. 81 fi A certain house and lot lying and come in and look over the splendid fabrics we have in -- n rn jig 4 acre? more or less.,I'oles - and thence at right angles S. Does the amount of life insurance being In Horse Branch Ohio County, the beginning, being a 5C,W- is,feet, mlU bx iik tho same hind P iCeiuucky, bounded and described ns stock. M Daniel by .lame Stevens strip of land S feet In width and con-a- you now carry provide adequate pro- .ollows: Beginning at a stone In tho taining approximately of 28. 1887, vU on tection to those dependent upon you? Illinois Central Railroad Company's "Utvrh 'leed Is of record in deed book an acre- line; thence E. with said line GO feet Tule, f?u.r trats of lantl nbove, (Ie' Your life has a dollar and cent value. to a stone; thence about North 300 J!.! , jase 163 Ohio County Clerk's of- scribed being the same conveyed by If you realize your responsibility to jt. feet to a stone; thence a western 1 r. c No. 4. Hounded on the c- - v- Hartford and his wife to Roscoe your family you will Insure your life course GO feet to a stone; thence y.c -,rsnn' Carl Fenn and Frank Fenn. Air 'he lands of Henry Tinsley, bout south 300 feet to the beginning, a ' East by tract No. 1 described b' d,eedof flate 12t" u.ay of Septem- - for what it is worth. See CAL P. containing ISOO square feet. ber 1919. of record in the Ohio Coun- - KEOWN and insure ln tho State Muil. and the lands of Mrs. Lyd'a A driveway S feet by 100 feet on clrkrs m,ce ln dee,d hook 5S. tual of Worchester, Mass., an old nnd the west side of said lot Is reserved. lUmel. on the south by tract No. 3 but by said deed the hsrn-beby Hen- - na,S3 33n-..3above; on the west Being the same property convejod reliable Company. "r.-lp- v and Chell IV.t'or. 'e lands, said Fenns accepted it subject to o Geo. J. Arnold, deceased, by Dr. CAL P. KEOWN, 5.7.1 tuning 17 4 acres, moie pr les whatever rights the present or future J. S. Bean and wife, on Juno 20. 1919 Hartford. Ky. ,ii the same land conveyed tu owners of tract No,. 1 first herein- which deed is o frecord ln deed book Montgomery Daniel, by R aI)OV0 described may have in and to K :I or 3S, page 1SG Ohio County Clerk's ofon the 0th day of a passway ten feet in width extending W Starncs and wifo alcn the entire line betwen the first MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE fice. Ma-rv1S7G, which dceu U oi The purchaser will be required to two tracts of herein lA.HiJinnk J. n.,ei tu. riun p.mm. scribed, being land No. 5 above de- execute bond Immediately after srle lots and No Ohio Circuit Court. .', flerit's office. with security to be approved by the EAGLE "MIKADO". Tr.ict No. 5. On tho waters of as aforesaid, haul passway neing lor E. G. Annls, Plaintiff, commissioner, payable in sl months, Pencil No. 174 of Muddy Creek and l,le uenent oi ioi xo. l in tne divi- vs. Notice of sale. Svrih Fork bearing Interest at the rate of G per slon of Pardon Tabor's lands, and ex- - Claud Macy and Mrs. Claud Macy, 'fctcvttvk-as follows: cent per annum from date until paid. No. 1 corner of BnnlnKN.at72two 'beeches and pop- -' tendingit from the with Nos. lot and 5, ByDefendants. a Judgment and or-- Said bond to have theforce and ef4 corners XV. 12S poles to two where ' iaaicc virtue of fect of a Judgment. A Hen will bo cccjjos near bank of sad creek: """"""J uu"6 "e euiue line uu .ln n r.)a n? Un nVifn rl.....lt nnitrl retained on the land sold herein to For Solo at your Dealer Made in firo trades Mit-ri- c up 3aid creok to a stone on tween said two lots to the eastern enterert ln the above styled action at further secure the payment of said ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED Tja.;aV near said creek; thence up said boundary thereof. 1921, directing me as bond. BAND Its May term, The purchaser will be required to commissioner of said court to sell the . Ty-EAGLE MIKADO to a stonrt tn bank of creek; Given under my hand this the 17th cfcracE S. 70 E. 13G poles to a jtone; execute his bonds due In equal In hereinafter described property, for day of May 1921. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK and twelve months the purpose of paying the Judgment 'thence S. 40 W. 125 poles to the be stallments of six at OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C. the rate of G per of the plaintiff against the defendants Bisnius. "containing 10 Oacres. Being bearing interest F. A. Lochry, Attorney. ' i, """""' tie nawe la ndsold to E. M. Daniel ):"'mediately after""" ual? """ imiu in the sum of S1545.00, with Interest 'or J. P. Miller, by deed dated 1st day lnve the force andsale, said bonds to thereon at the rate of 6 per cent per SPECIAL COMMISSIOXKIt'S SALE Judgeffect 07.5 on tho main ditch; Board's jf December 190G, and of record in- ment, and a Hen will also of aretain - annum from January 1st, 1920, and DITCH LETTING. be ljmJ ftionlc 29. page 17G, Ohio CounSwitch Ann: Beginning at a stake In all costs of this action and the cost Ohio Circuit Court. ed on the land sold to further secure ; Clerk s office. Adam's Fork Creek, thonco n west of this sale, I will offer for sale at the payment of said bonds. Said public outcry to the highest and be&t XV, 3. Mercer, et al., Plaintiffs. Tracts Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 are courso 5, C 12.9 feot to a stake on tho vs. Notice of sale. and together are known as bonds to be executed with security bidder at the court house door in S. B. Huff and Samuel Woody, main ditch S.5 feet west of Station to be approved by the commissioner. Hartford' Kentucky on Monday, June Roy Muffet, et al., tract. rlie home doing business under tho Given under my hand this the 17th G, 1921. ,at about the hour of one will be required to exeVErclinser vs. Advertisement of Letting 140 plus 31; Smith's Creek Arm: firm name and style of Huff Beginning at Station 60 plus 26 on o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six cnlr linnds immediately after sale duo 1,ayn('iJa,;' of Contract. Collier Company, Defendants. -Y?; M C. O. C. C months, lJ u. described .'ivJ T.ayable in six and twelve months the following Smith's Creek whero the L & N By virtue of a Judgment and order Petition for Public Ditch. E. H. Anderson, Attorney. property or so much thereof as is ne- ol sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court enin equal installments, . m Railroad crosses it, thenco a southcessary: c .taring interest at the rate of G per Tho undersigned Hoard of Draintered In the above styled actui at Two tracts of land near Cromwell, Its March term, 1921, directing n. us age Commissioners of Ohio County, east course, 1,470.7 feet to Station I'a per annum from date until paid, CXCLUDKS AMERICAN CAPITAL azb1 a Jin will bo retained an addition- Ohio County, Ky., bounded as fol- .special commissioner of said court Kentucky, will ou Monday, tho 6th 162 on tho main ditch. Stovens' V. a rarity. Said bonds to have the The DJombl oil fields In tho Dutch lows: to sell the hereinafter described day of June, 1921, at 1 o'clock p. m.. Creek Arm; Beginning at n stako on Beginning at a stone on side of 1 roperty for I'urre ami effect of a Judgment. purpose of paying the tho lands of It. I. Miller, thonco an fViTtn under my hand this the 17th East Indies will bo developed by Morgantown and Hartford road cor- judgment of the plaintiffs against the de- at the Court House door In Hartford, oast courso 781 feet to Station 177 j Dutch and British capital while Am ner to Lon KItches lot; thence N. 23 luyot May 1921. fendants In the sum of $400.00, with Ohio County, Kentucky, let to the plii3 S6.S OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C. ericans aro barred from participation E. 2G poles to a stone; thence N. XV. Interest thereon at tho rate of G per on. tho main ditch. "VI. L.. Heavrin, Attorney. poles t6 a gum; thence S. 55 cent per annum from Nov. 13. 1919, lowest and best bidder, at public outaccording to a bill passed hy the 161 Excavations shown by tho Engicry, tho contract for tho construction E. 11 poles to a stone; thence S. 25 paid, and the costs of this acneer's Report as follows: Main A prosecond house of parliament. W. 161 poles to a stake, N. 70 XV. until TUA.STKR COMMISSIONER'S SALE offer of a public ditch or drain ln said Ditch, 258,052.63 cubic yards; Now's tect was made to tho government by 6 6 poles S. 24 W. 28 poles to said tion and cost of this sale I will highCounty, known as the Roy Muffet, et sale at public outcry to the for ureeK Arm, 10,205.45 cubic American Mlnlter Phillips on the In- road; thenco with said road 70 XV. 30 est and best bidder at the mines of Ohio Circuit Court. beginning, containing 40 the defendants near McHenry, Ky., poles IV C Nail. etc.. Plaintiffs. dMCh J66!""'?' Board An i 10.4 U struction of Secretary Hughes. It acres, to tho or less. more . Notice of sale. a credit on Saturday June Mr, was pointed out that foreign capital tract, adjoining the above of six months the 4, 1921 on describ- known as the Railroad cut-oSecond Ad,am" ?,rk lln'srrin Ti'onn ntn rinfon.lnnta of ' been permitted tree entry described and beginning at W. Angles ed personal propertyfollowing ', By virtue of a Judgment and order J108 ahva'f or a sufficiency T east corner; thence with Mor- thereof to satisfy the Judgment of the Adam Fork Creek, at the corner bo- r sale or the Ohio Circuit Court en- - ln tnc o11 dovclopmcnt of America south tween E. M. Miles' Heirs W. II. Evans "kB rbad G9 gantown In the above styled action at its which has been most heavily drawn yards to a and Hartford N. 29 E. 129 plaintiffs herein, viz: 7 bank cars, and W P. -take; thence Smith and running in a Arm." ! ono set of scales, 15 bank rail part.ly ll21 term .directing me as com- - on to meet foreign needs of petroleum A. Miller's line; ings, two pieces '.r .kjj)T.r of said court to sell the In tho futuro' U wns stated' foreIsn yards to a stake D. Miller's lino S. 71 tons of steel rail, of sheet iron, four thence with said ono Twnnfter described property for yards to a stake ln said of coal screens, three anvil, two sets W. 69 lii' purpose of paying the Judgment capital will not bo allowed to operate Angle's shive wheels, thenco with said Anglo's and one lot of bank ties, being the the James Wimsatt Helrs. being a of tht plaintiffs against the defend- - on public lands In the United States lino 29 line; to tho beginning, con"l,",ul1-1"' point at low water mark on Rough yards .,, 7ft.. .,, .,,;, . property of the defendants and now aats, as follows, viz: unless reciprocal rights are granted taining 4 ncres more or less. of B. C. Nail, in tho sum in their possession. la favr American capital. A bid by the The purchaser will bo required to it" r500.00, with Interest thereon at And in the event that said person- of G per cont per annum from Standard Oil Co., to participate in execute his bond Immediately after ht ra'e hf !2th day of September. 1920, un- - the DJambl fields was rejected by tho the coninilssloner n1 If, i""''"!"""" '? V payable In sx , M , , Tf.: Nov. , ff Arm: u cost j t i xifc.i, and Uio further sum of $150 uutch after lengthy representations. months .bearing Interost at the rate b hlch- - at a stako on News Creek at tho iinfir In rllliri'n ivhlr.li l,nn thoreon at the rnto of till liiti'rest annum from tho 12th .. m 0t "ll bVsS alrattCt'hetc0oS? house end of a ditch or drain running $ ,Cfl vent per proved by tho Judgment of tho Ohio ii.k.ma:s .iiLhii Willi until d artfor(1( Ky,( on Monilay north through tho lands septoinher 1920 until paid. ln :rni tho sum of $800.00 in of J. H. ffnillllV f'fll.rt In nlmii.. ,I J c JJ-- Jj FRENCH WORDS O.VI A" force and effect of a judgment. A .l- favor, Hen will be retained on the land soUlj UiTcoSlwdmSerS Whlttlnghlll's n., and running in and now o, lo ,1 the Ce,...!. Off t Janu's L Rnplor ngainst tho do- k' to further securo the paymont of said underlying a certain tract or parcel M 'ant-- , with interest tlioreon at tho i During tho war ovorythlng of VMt VUUA0V UUUU IVCb LU cl of said bond. of land In Ohio County, Kentucky point on tho main ditch 20 foet north LTOllprnl Cpimty. nnd is to be under tho r " iI G per cont per annum from origin was barred from France. Hlinorvlulnn nt unl.l i.i...i Oiven under my hand this the 17th bounded on tho North by the I. C. R. " l.'lh day of Setitember 1920. un- ' 1"",Lur. of the center of Adam's Ford Crook; i' Tn,, ,;, It. Company's right of way; on tho ...ild. and the further sum of $48 lncludiiiK Gorman opora. The French day of May 1921. ,on'' ,7tofro B0'ectC(l Bar! I' OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C. east by tho lunds of Gllbort Hosklns; Arm North of Fordsvllle nnd ; per tent Interest thereon from liava now reached tho point whero D. B. Rhoads, Attorney. ' ,,1":V,y "f S'J', 1920! ,l,in.tU JmU1, they will liston to German mimic but on tho south by the lands of Rube rett's Ferry Road; beginning at a lJuize, nnd on the wost by sum of $2100.00. in favor nm to aerman words. At a concert MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE or the Render Coal Company,the lands stako on the east sldo of tho Fords- - April 1. IO0' : '.ton flurk. with inteiest thera- contain- r.i we rate of G pr cent ner an- - 'n Parli. a Dutch soprano who Is mar- Bond with approved security will ing 19 acres, and being the samo land villo and Barrett's Forry road thonce a bouth course 810 foet to Station be required as goon as Ohio Circuit Court. owned by Willie Young. im 'ivm xne ismi day of Saptom- - ried to a uerman Harieu to sing n bid is acTho purchasor will be required to IS plus 44 on tho main ditch; Carden cepted. Tho Board Vjri ?!".!!. l,al'''u"dtheturll!Br - group of nongs by Schubert In tlr Nannie Little. Plaintiff, rosorves tho vs. Notice of salo. per cent inL'.xeciito lilts bond ImmodlRtely after and Smith Arm: Beginning at 00, stako right to reject any and all bids and 'lhe nudlenco t thereon from the 12lh day of l),'l"al lniiBuago. John' Walker Little. Defendant. with security td be approved by in Hie road from il, ii. Fordsvlllo and Bar- to Jut tho contract for said work up a loud protost, yolling "No Bochi' By virtue of a Judgment and order the commissioner, payable 1920. until paid. in six in .nonths, homing Interost at the rate rett's Forry road to tho Fordsvlllo sections or as a whole, as they may ihe sum of ISOO.00, In favor here." and tho sluger wa obliged to of sulo of tho Ohio Circuit Court at Its May term. 1921". In tho o 6 por cont per annum from date jnd Shrove road thence n northwest seo fit. Ms Emma Pope with liiterem lHlltaltUutQ ,0,, ,,y u French coln. ilioyo styled action, directing mo as until paid. Said bond to havo the courso 1,395.5 feet to Station 48 plus n.T'i n ut the rute of G per cant per. This May 17, 1921. eomiiisloiier of said court to soil the force and effect of a Judginont, and n 44 on the main ditch; North Fork of l nh m lrom the 12th day of Septem-- 1 '")l8r- , BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISIUL'0, until pnui.-uiu- l it.-horolnaftor described property for tho lion will bo retained on the land sold ttio furthor "Say, pop, whnt'B the difference purpose of paying tho costs oft tho herein to furthor secure tho paymont Adam s Fork Arm; Beginning at the i.iii .r $43.00, with intoraat thoreon SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY. t un rata of G par cent per annum bolwon vUlon and sight?" Iron brldgo across above styled action, together with the of said bond. nnd KENTUOKV, Givn undor my hand thm tho 17th Dundee road and ln tho North rtm Mm 12th day of Septeuihur 1920 "Wall, son, you could call a woman cost of this sale, and dividing tho reFork Iirs. T. HARNETT, President. intil ptiUI, nul all the cost of this a vision, but don't over call her a mainder of the proceeds among tho day of May. 1921. of Adam's Fork, thenco a uth Attest: C. M. CROWE, Special Com'r. on nnd tho cost of this salo, I will parties entitled thereto, 1 will offer iff courso 12,311 feet to Station 98 p. us Heavrin & Martin, Attys. I'.jriu' fur sale at. public. outcry to tho sight." McDOWELL A. FOOLE Secrotary. for sale at public outcry to tho high- t CfM if , "ii"s, fr WjKw-- CV5 maw sr-I- .i 'vtr 1. 41 1- -3 1 ; -- l') M 1- -2 -3 ' ' 2. m ' home-sewing'mak- tii r, er "" h 1- -4 ed one-four- th - l' Carson t -- G Co. Hartford, Kentucky. K J- - 3-- -- if v j ad-5i3- ' ??,, v. iZH thtr,n ff K ,. Sch Zc "i-re- J LStfSZ' 'VV'' ni "" ? i"- rr lZ Vm SVZAZ S ' crk nl,ni.. 1' !... n MlM coSffiSVboSS j rr . ren-clar-