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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaft NUMBER 50 you XXXIII HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, gard his Indisposition ns serious, believing only that he had suffered a slight attack of indigestion, nnd did not summon n doctor until thls(morn-ln- g. Ho made light of his Illness to friends who called on him last evening. However, he spent a restless night nnd at 9 o'clock this morning Dr. Sexton was ca'lled. The doctor left medicine which the valet administered during tho day. He asked thnt Colonel Hert remain quiet during the clay nnd under his Instructions his patient remained In bed. Colonel Hert, however, felt better In the early afternoon and summoned different friends, Including Congressmen Langley nnd Hoblson. He nlso had nsked Senator Watson to call at fl o'clock. The senator was Just leaving his office to go to Colonel Hert' hotel when he received a telephone announcement oMils death. "I hnd no' bettor friend than Tohe Hert nnd his untimely death comes to me ns a very great sliock," said Senator Watson, In n chocked voice. "I had known him for thirty years, beginning when he, still In his twenties, was mayor of Brazil, Intl., the county seat of Greeno County, Indiana, In which he was born. He was a man with an abundance of fine He was generous, gentle finalities. and kindly. He loved his friends He and was loved by his friends. His was devoted to his family. friends In Indiana, his native state, were as numerous ns they wero In Kentucky, and, Indeed, his friends and admirers were to bo found In every part of. the country." Laughing .lust lief ore Stroke. "Little did we dream that Mr. Hert was 'to bo taken by death within a few minutes as wo sat chatting and joking with him," said Congressman Langley. Mr. Hert had Joined In the Jesting and we were laughing as he chlded Mat Chilton about some proappointment. posed political Ills death came with such suddenness that we scarcely realized what had FRipAY, JUNE 10, .1921. tho freshman baseball team and ha proved to bo a very valuable asset as a defensive man. He Is cavorting In tho outer garden like a veteran and Is rated as one of the surest fieldsrs In tho Class Baseball League. Marshall also ranks high socially and ns a student, having passed all examinations last semester with a high average. Citizens of Ohio County, boys of this type speak well for our county and for our schools. Let us nil work together and sae thnt more boys of this type represent our schools In the colleges of our stnte next fall. . A. T. HERT DIES IN WASHINGTON Suddenly Stricken While There To Attend Committee Meeting. NATIONAL CHARACTER Adviuuc In Business Ami Political World Itnpiil; Miuli Deot- c(l To Friends. OIL WELL BROUGHT IN ON BROWN FARM HANCOCK COUNTY HAS BUSY TERM OF COURT Will Close Today; , ONE KILLED AND 18 Rich Sand Hit At 445 Feet; Well Shot Yesterday, Good Results. The Smith's Grove OH Company, composed of local capltol, operating on what Is known as the Drown farm, In putting down the first test well, near tho old Carter well No. 1, struck n rather hard but rich snnd-a- t a depth of 145 feet. Considerable oil showed whon tho sand was first struck nnd when the sand had been penetrated to n depth of 20 feet, on advise of oil experts the tools were drawn and tho well shot, although the sand had not been gone through. The result was that tho well was making In the neighborhood of 5 barrels an hour yesterday afternoon. Tho forecast of men of wide experience Is that the well will be of long lifo and splendid paying qualities. At the present time there Is no way of estimating the probable dally flow, as this Is the first oil to be found In this field In paying quantities under a depth of 1700 to 1S00 feet. The sand found In this well Is so shallow that tho cost of reaching it Is slight, as compared with tho deep wells and as the pumping can bo done far cheaper the prospects for the operators are exceedingly bright. Poplf of this section are elated at this new find so near the crust of mother Klcvcn Indict-incutWere Relumed By Grand Jury. s HORTAT KNOX By Ewiett 0. Wntklns. Washington, Juno 7. Col. A. T. llert, n man lovotl nnil honored by thousands of friends Is doad. His death comes ns n great shock to friends thruout tho United States as well as In his home state of Kentucky. Death came with such suddenness thnt several friends who were with him were still chuckling over ono of jeats when they d his wero startled to sco .him In tho throes of death. Ho turned pale, his eyos closed, he breathed deeply, gasped two or threo times for breath and was gone. Apoplexy was tho causo. Tho hour was 4:15 o'clock this nfter-noogood-naturen. At the tlmo of his death Colonel Hert was reclining on a bed In his suite of rooms at the New Wlllard Hotel. He had been Indisposed but there was no thought that death was near He was lying on his bed talk-- , lng politics and matters rolntlng to tomorrow's meeting of the Republican National Committee when ho died. A gasp was the first warning to those with him, who Included E. T. Franks, former postmaster of Ky.; Catt Chilton, of Louisville, who made tho trip hero with him, and two Kentucky congressmen, J. W. Langley and J. M. Robl- on. "As he gasped ho rolled over on tho bed," said Mr. Chilton, "and we There to his assistance. rushed was another gasp, 'and then he was earth. BROTHERS KILLED BY BOLT NEAR ROCKPORT Had Taken Refuse from ltaln Under Tree While Hunting. Two young men, Willie and Everett happened." Hays Mourn Close Friend. "1 am shocked nnd grieved beyond Hopper, sons of Arthur Hopper, wore expression," said Postmaster General killed by lightning during the storm gone." Death Instantaneous. Dr. Lyman Hexton, who had been Hert by Sensummoned to attend-Mr- . ator Watson, of lndlann, earllor In tho day .when the committeeman complained of Indigestion, arrived a minute later for a second call. He inado an examination and stated that death had been virtually Instantaneous, tho ho could make no positive diagnosis of the cause. Dr. Sexton's opinion was thnt It was either or pressure on tho heart resulting from acute indigestion. Dr. Sexton chanced to return to tho hotel after death had come. Even had ho been present, ho said, at tho beginning of tho stroke he would havo been helpless to save him. Mrs. Hert was at once notified at lior homo In Louisville, where sho was awaiting his return from tho political meeting. News of the Repractlcatfy publican leader's death lialted all political conferences. The Tresldent sent his secretary, George n. Christian Jr., to tho Hert suite In tho New Wlllard. .Cabinet members, senators and representatives, all of whom wero counted among "Tohe" Hert's friends rushed to tho hotel. llody Arrives Tonight. Hays, with deep feeling. "For many yenrs Tohe had been my friend, so loyal and so devoted. With his activities so closely associated with mine, with his personality so vigorous In everything, I can not realize ho Is gone. It is a great loss. His death is a loss to his family, to his friends, to his state and to his country. I am simply without words to express adequately my feelings." Secretary of Labor Davis did not learn of Mr. Hert's death until ho chanced to call at the White House at C o'clock this evening when ho was informed by Secretary Christian. Mr. Mr. Davis was numbered among Hert's close administration friends. "At first I thought that Mr. Christian was not serious," said the secretary of labor. "Only a few minutes before I had left my office I had received a note from Mr. Hert urging of a deserving tho advancement young man employed In my department. This last wish shall be granted. Squnrcst of Men. ty years, having first met him along about 1S90, when I was a tlhplate worker in Indiana, and I havo been associated with him moro or less ever since. Ho was one of the squarest men I ever knew. His word, was his bond. No one was ever more loyal to his friends than he, and it Is almost Impossible for me to comprehend that I shall never see his smile and tho kindly twinjjle of his eye again. I am very greatly grieved over tho death of this truly good and noble man." Mr. Hert had been In Washington two or threo times within the last four or flvo weeks. Each time he came It was In tho Interest of some faithful friend. Ho was interested In obtaining recognition for as many as possible. Kentucky Republicans He was in politics as a recreation and because of the opportunity It offered for service, to others. Ho sought nothing for himself he sought everything for his friends. lifi'iluiM'iI Ticket Homo. . Duly a short time beforn his death. the Georgo Lund had purchased tickets for the train on which Mr. Hert lad promised Mrs. ifert that he would return home, as soon as possible after tho national coinmitteo meeting. News of Mr. Hort's death spread ovor Washington rapidly and brought forth universal expressions of on Eighth Page.) "Ihave known Mr. Hert for thir- President Harding, Secretary of Labor Davis, Attorney General Daugherty, Postmaster Gonoral Hays, Senator Ernst, Senator Watson of Indiana, and scores of other Washington frlonda of Colonel Hert tonight sent messages of condolence to Mrs. Hert. Mr. Hert's body Is being convoyed to Louisville In a special enr attached to the train leaving here nt 12:25 a. m. The train will reach Loulsvlllo nt 10:35 o'clock Wednesday night. Mr. Chilton and other friends aro accompanying tho body. Colonel Hert, who had como here to attend th meeting of the Republican National Committee tomorrow and to voto for the election of John T. Adams, of Iowa, as national chairman to succeed Will Hays, was taken 111 on the train while en route hoo from Louisville! He remained In his berth, attended by his faithful vnlot, George Lund, until shortly before tho train reached here at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Colonel Hert, howovw did not re Tho acciof Wcdhesday afternoon. dent occurlng upon the lands, or not far from the home of A. L--. Maddox, In the Echols community. The young men had gone hunting and It Is supposed that when the storm and rain came up they took refuge under a treo which was struck by lightning, death being instanteous . R. H. Basham, of Roslne, Is the to each, so It Is supposed. first to announce as a candidate for Darkness coming on, and failure constable, in tho County. He is askof tho hunters to return home alarm- ing the Republican nomination In ed the family and search was institut district No. 7, being composed of ed for the missing young men. Cromwell, Select, Horse Branch, ArSearchers spent the entire night in nold, North and South Roslne preto locate them, but) an endeavor cincts. Mr. Basham says he Is In they wero not found until early yesrace to win. He Is well known terday morning. One of tho boys,' the thruout the entire district. when found was in a sitting posture, j m reclining against the treo that had KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO been struck by the bolt, whllo the HOLD MEMORIAL SERVICES other had fallen to the ground. Burial of tho remains of the young Rough River Lodge No. 110,' men took place yesterday afternoon Knights of Pythias will hold Its anat" Providence, In the presence of a nual Memorial and Decoration o large gathering of sorrowing friends over the graves of Its departed and relatives. members at Oakwood Cemetery at 3 a p. m., Sunday, Jun 12, at which MRS. ELLEN BENNETT time the folowlng order of services will be observed: Mrs. Ellen'C. Bennett, wife of B. 2:30 p. in. all Knights assemble at M. Bennett, succumbed to ailments Castle Hall and march in a body to Incident to her advanced age, at her Oakwood. home In Beda, June 1st., after an Song. illness of considerable duration. Mrs. Invocation. Bennett was beyond the age of 82 Address Judge W. II. Barnes. years, and a most estimable lady, beQuartette Mr. W. J. Bean, leader. ing hold in respect and high esteem Decoration of graves. by a wide circle of friends and acSolo Mrs. Otto C. Martin. quaintances. She was a devotPd Reading Miss Leila Glenn. momber of the Presbyterian Church. Solo Mrs. C. E. Smith. Funeral services wore conducted Address Judge J. S. Glenn. Wiy tho Rev. R. D. Bennett at Beulah Song. church, in Beda, where Interment Benediction. took place at 4 o'clock in tho afterAll Knights ara requested to be noon of tho day following her death. present and bring' flowers. The pubBesides her husband, tho deceas- lic is cordially Invited to atend. ed lady Is survived by one daughter A. R. CARSON, and throe sons: Mrs. Joo B. Rogers, E. E. BIRKHEAD, " of Drakesboro, Herman Bennett, of JNO. B. WILSON, Colorndo, and Stephen R. nnd Rupert Committee. a Bonjctt, of Reca. to MARSHALL BARNES 1 MAKES GOOD RECORD T. A. I'lCNIQ. Ser-vlc- Havesvlllo, Ky., June 8. Judge Slack will finish tho present term of court here in the morning and Is expected to return home on the noon train. The rfesslon has been an unusually busy ono for Hancock. Tho grand and petit Juries were dismissed today. Before the grand Jury finished its labors eleven Indictments were returned. This Is the largest number returned In Hawesvllle for sometime. Harry Poole was Indicted for the seduction of Miss LIda M. Dlckman. Eight young men of tho Pellvllle nelghbrohood were Indicted for racing horses on the public highway. It seems that horse racing has developed Into quite a aport In that neighborhood. There were two indictments for gambling and ono forVhild desertion. Ed Husk charged with cutting George GIbbs, was acquitted. The attention of the court was occupied most of Wednesday in hearing the case of Mrs. Eliza Webb. This aged woman, one of the wealthiest women of Hancock county, died sometime ago leaving an estate of approximately $40,000 which Included land worth about $23,000. By her will most of her estate was left to Methodht churches In the county. The land was Intended to be left to- the churches for their use during the years. The will was next ninety-nin- e contested by relatives and was construed In the court of appeals as giving the ute of the land to heirs of the deceased for their use during the years, after which It next ninety-nin- e is to revert to the churches. Mrs. Webb had no immediate relatives. A Judgment was rendered sometime ago In court at Hawesvllle upholding the specific- bequests of the will, by one of which $7,000 In cash Is left to the board of education of the Methodist church, south. Judge Sandidge and Ban D. Rluso ire attorneys In the caje. They, with Claude Smith, commonwealth's attorney, returned to Owcnsboro tonight 4 It. II. BASIIAM OUT FOR CONSTABLE White And Negro Soldiers Fight Over DECISIONS RESENTED a t of the Parent-Teach- er Under auspices Association of Central Park Graded and High School, McIIenry, y picnic will be given at an the William's Mines Park, tomorrow. Two baseball games are to be staged, one In tho forenoon at 10 o'clock and tho other In the afternoon at 3 o'clock. A number of other attractions are on tho program. Dlnnerund refreshments will be served on tho ground. all-da- Another Ohio County boy has stepped into the limelight at the University of Kentucky, Marshall Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam. He Is a freshman In the College of Law at tho University of Ky. Young Barnes Is a member of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity; he' was r, member of the freshman basketball team which won the championship of the campus; he Is also a member ot Blow With Ball Bat Fntul to Member Of Qiinrtcrmnstcr Corps; Miss Martha Pate,, Hlnton Leach, Slayer Escapes. John Allen Wilson, Glenn Tlnsley and Powell Tlchenor, students of the University of Kentucky, ore expected C. E. Wooldrldge, soldier in tho- to arrive home tonight or tomorrow. Quartermaster Corps at Camp Knox, Oscar Bennett Is not expected to re died at 3 o'clock yesterday morning, turn until about the 20th. Marshall and Thomas Greene, negro, Field ArBarnes of Beaver Dam and Wllllo tillery School at Camp Knox, Is not Maddox of McHcnry, aro also return- expected to live as results of a free-for-ing to their homes to bpend tho sumfight at the camp Tuesday aftmer vacation with their parents. H. ernoon, in which eighteen soldiers B. Loyd, who is graduating with this were Injured and more than fifty othyear's class will return to his home ers took part. Three other soldiers In Fordsv"ille"next week. Byron Wilwho were seriously injured are in the liams of Heflln, will spend the sum- base hospital, .while fifteen more have mer In Pennsylvania, where he will b3en given medical treatment for be engaged during the time. minor Injuries. Wooldrldge died from a blow over QUA1 iTERLV CON FE R ENCE the head with a baseball bat. Greene AT MT. HERMON JUNE 12 is suffering from knife wounds received In the fray. The slayer of The third quarterly conference o' Wooldrldge Is said to be known to the Hartford Charge, M. E Ch. S.. authorities and Is still at large, altho will be held In the afternoon of next more than fifty arrests havo been Sunday, June 12th, at Mt. Hormon. made. The Rev. T. T. Frazrer, pastor, will Fight Over Umpire's Decision. preach In tho mornlngat 11 o'clock-anThe fight Is said to have started at 3 the Presiding Elder, Rev. over an umpire's decision In a base L. K. May will preach, Immediately ball game between the Quartermaster after which the conference will be Corp3 and the Field Artillery School, held. which is a negro detachment. Tho decision resulted In an argument beLOCAL LODGES ACTIVE tween the two tennis and ono of the negroes becoming enraged attempted Hartford Lodfe No. 675 F. & A. to take a pistol from a member ot M., conferred the first degree and the military police who was trying to also disposed of a considerable vol- stop the argument. Spectators claim ume of business at its regular ses- someone hit the negro over the head sion last Monda' night. A special with a baseball bat, after which tho meeting is to be held this evening affair grew Into a ll fight, for the conference of the second and many of the spectators Jumping third degree;. A Jarg attendance Is down from the grandstand and takdesired and expected. ing part. Authorities claim there The local Chapter of Royal Arch was no shooting, but ball bats, knives Masons will niici In regular convo- and clubs are said to havo been cation Tuesday night, next, and as wielded freely as bricks and rocks candidates already elllglble, are on were brought into play. the road, 11 is expected that tho Mark Many women and children were Master's Degree .will be conferred. among the 300 spectators who were will watching the game when tho fight Other business of importance also bo before the Chapter to be dis- started. posed of. Will Be given Military Funcml. Rough River Lodge No. 110 K. of Authorities at Camp Knox refused P., held a good session Tuesday night, to givo any Information on the fight when two Pages were proven in the when questioned Tuesday night, and rank of Esquire. The following of- It was not until the death of Wooldficers for the ensuing term were also rldge that the full details wero learn- o.l elected: Otto C. Martin, C. C; J. B. K-. Tappan, V. C; A. I. Nail, M. of W.; wooiunage, wnos nome was in Jno. B. Wison, P.; J. P. Casebler, Chicago, will he given a full military M. of A.; Fred T. Belcher, I. G.; funeral at Camp Knox, thls afterWorth Tichenor, O. G. noon, after which the body will be A claes of three will be up for the sent to Chicago for burial. A si3ter rank of Knight and it is planned to of the dead man is expected to arrive complete the work at the next regu- from Chicago this morning to take lar convention, which will bo the charge of tho body. Army authorities are Investigating: third Tuesday of the present month. The Degree Team is being reworked tho case as all of the participants and thoso present on the 21 are giv- were soldiers, and every one known en the promise of witnessing some to have taken part In It Is being placgood, snappy work. ed under arrest. Search Is being-madfor tho negro, who Is said to have dealt the blow that resulted In MRS. E1DSON GIVEN Up to BIRTHDAY SURPRISE the death of Wooldrldge. hour this morning he had not Mrs. L. D. Eldson of Select, was been apprehended. Authorities claim given a surprise Sunday, when her to know the name ot the missing children and other relatives, with man, and stated that, when caught, many friends gathered at her homo he will bo charged with murdon birthday. They refused to give any other inforin honor of her sixty-firThe dinner served on the occasion mation concerning him. . having been prepared and brought DEMOCRATS ORDER Beby those attending'. to the home MASS CONVENTION tween 45 and 50 wero present to en-Jtho occasion with Mrs. Eldson. The Ohio County Democrats Commet In Hartford, Monday mittee QUITS DUEL MIDKIFF RACE FOR MAGISTRATE and authorized the calling of a mass convention to be held at tho Court On account of physical ailments, house in Hartford, In tho afternoon addod to the necessity for his remain- of June 20, for the purpose of picking at homo to look after his crop ing their ticket for County Officers interests, Mr. Duel Mldkltf of Route to be voted for In the election ot tho 0, Hartford, has decided to Withdraw coming fall. ; from tho race for the Republican nomination for J. P. O. C, In Dis- W. O. W. UNVEILING AT TAYLOR MINES trict No. 0. Mr. Mldkltf also desires The monument erected to tho to express his thanks and sincere appreciation to his many friends tor rnomory of Sovereign Cecil 'Draper nt their evidence of Interest and sup- Taylor Mines, will bo unveiled at port in his' preliminary candidacy, 2:30 o'clock June 12th. He waB a pledging his best efforts In behalf member ot Cherry Camp 333 W. O. pf the successful candidate and tho W. and was killed In the Word War wholo ticket to be nominated at the and burled in France. Everybody Invited to attond. coming August primary. all free-for-a... STU DENTS RETURNING. :.. ... e te st oy J fr tb r vu Lfl REHOVIKG UEORIS OF FLOOD blanknts and cots will bo started to Pueblo from Fort Logan Tuesday morning. SUBMARINE ARMADA GREATEST DEFENSE the day's work. If you titles It you feel uncomfortablo and cannot put For all vim Into your movements. bowel Irregularities Horblno is the in Losses remedy. It purifies, strengthens and Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio regulatos. County Drug Co. . t luollo, Col., Juno C Systematic the HAVAHIA AGIti:i:S TO DISARM nnd drastic notion to ascertain number of ilead and to clean tho city n Ilavarla has reported to Berlin that for three or TiiPblP, sho will not insist on tho stand she was begun this afternoon. Acting nniler military authority, took against disarmament as applied IdonL Col. Paul P. Newton, ordered to all Germany by the terms of the man to apply him treaty of Versailles. Tho Bavarians every the task of removing dobrls had threatened to secede from Gersoli to from llio streets as a measure to pre many before they would give up their vent danger from flro and pestilence. "elnwohnerwehr," a sort of organiTho order bars sightseers from the sation of security police, but they clly, nnd makes work compulsory, have decided to come to terms and clHier for tho stipulated pay or under meet tho demands of tho allies for disarmament. military guard without pay. -- -. eftlmates of tho total damage and crop loss from Canon City HURLKSON GOI TO SELL COTTON to the Kansas lino Is placed at In a telegram from the PueBerlin has welcomed former Postmablo Commercial Club to Governor Burleson, who Is In Shoup. Damage In Pueblo city and ster-General for the purpose of selling or Germany county will reach $6,000,000 Texas cotton to the Rhlneland Spinthe telegram states. "Whatever figure tho death list f- ners and Weavers' Association. He ilially randies, not half tho bodies of stated that" though the deal was not the rictims of the flood will be re- closed the problem of payment had covered,'' K. G. Hreckcnrldge, presi- been solved by extending ctedlt to dent of the Pueblo notary Club said the Germans until the finished clothsy todnv tif liased this statement on iro sold. In case of failure in ho announced that he will pro peculiarities of the river channel and rirlftlr.g of mud over the flooded ceed to Vienna and Warshaw on the the with lame mission. He launched arens. Premier Wirth. and at Coblenz he lloillo Can't lie Hurled. praised Gen. Allen's efforts to main All of the recovered bodies arc ff tain a model army on the Rhine. held In the morgue. It will be say, to bury Impossible, undertakers LAW ABOLISHES ALL TITLES the bodies for several days, roads to thf cemeteries being Impassable. Austria has for some time had a Itaia again began falling this after- law forbidding titles of nobility, but noon and J E. Moorhead, personal it was found that counts, barons and representative of Gov. O. H. Shoup, others who were proud of their an mail the paradoxical statement that cient ancestry had found a way to St h.u a "blessing. Should the city avadc the restrictions. Their titles the were engraved in full on their visit "Mr? up" too rapidly before rtebrli. and mud were removed, the ing cards and stationery and then result would be disagreeablo odors crossed out by a thin line. A new and probable menace to health. law was accordingly passed making J. E. Itfoorhead, secretary to the that practice punishable with six GoVET.nor. who is In Pueblo as the months Imprisonment. In France all Governor's personal representative, such titles were abolished by the rev today sent an urgent message to Colo- olution but later, in the republic, no rado Springs asking that a supply of bles were permitted, and they are d and till permitted to use them for pure"iime and disinfectants be rush- ly ornamental purposes. ed Xu Pueblo as soon as possible. There is no unusual danger of an outGirl I admire that pianist's The break of diphtheria or typhoid. Mr. finish, don't you? WoorJiead explained, but the authoriThe man Yes; but I always dread ties are running low on those neces- his beginning. regular morning operation of the bowels put you in flno shape for A Overflowed Area Faces Epidemics and $15,000,-00- 0 Inventor Lake Says Most Powerful Weap- on In Warfare. U-Bo- at j ' "i flood-stricke- da, able-bodi- ed $20,-000,0- 00 00 be-Ic- nntJ-tU'hcl- se-ra- sj, sities. Death List Is' Growing While the list of known dead grows slowly, xoports to undertakers Indicate ibat other bodies have been found and will bo recovered when the waters abate. Many bodies probably never will bo I The Story of Our States ing conducted todays as workmen are found, ad they were carried down stream ly tho terrific force of the flood. Search of the buildings Is beengaged In clearing them out. Some recur ejy of bodies has been made, known to and in cases wher bodls-ar- Lufco'Ctty today, bringing 125 tents, t 2,250 blankets and 1.7G0 bed sacks. t t IOuxd bajTBago cars loaded with tents fcavr been found, it was Impossible to learn where they had been taken. Nn accurate estimate can be made at the number of persons missing. rftarl to do this was made by the Pui'blo Chieftain and this newspaper had a list of approximately twenty-lH- e persons. This had to be revised froivu rally as persons wero found. Transportation oast and north from tba city is just now declared to bo the greatest need. Governor Shoup Eelraphod to Senators Phipps and Nicholson to make every effort to get aa appropriation of $20,000,000 to Colorado to repair tracks and rebuild bridges on tho lines entering t'roA these directions. Tie Senators replied that they did not feel they 'could consistently make sneb a iwiuost for Federal assistance until tacts and conditions have been more definitely determined." Stretcnlng in an irregular, far-fluoval, thirty blocks long and of j maximum width of twelve blocks, the ilaniafi'ri area, after tho curtain had been withdrawn, t fr an a?pe.t of desolation that tn rnvlstn tho forv.etl ina.ir olu.et-irerearlr wtflmate of $10,000,000 to one ne.irwr $15 000,000. Rig HiiIIjIIh;:. Are Runlid. A number nbtfiirirn nnd Itnnnrtnnt luiMe buildings on each side of the sure 'ere destroyed and many others war eiiouly damaged Coteuel Newlon late this aftor-o- n urdn-eout tho rifle companies z Rntsh, Tort Morgan and Urlghtou to augment ihe troops already doing pvitaU and police duty in public. A train with supplies for tho float hafforers left Fort Logan, Col., i this nfiarnoon and Is oxpocted to arrive Tiwe Tuesday morning. A carload of provisions, tho gift of tho people of Utah to tho Pueblo flood sufferers was sent from Salt .z e t t t i 4 4 t t i i t 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 us 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t vr-- prr-sent- t 4 4 4 4 4 4 , i 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3llr 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t t t 0 Ity I)inld M. CltuiTli. Washington, June 4. Tho next war may see great submarine battles fighting bewith armadas of neath the surface of the sea. This Is broadly hinted at by Simon Lake, Inventor of tho submarine, In a to memcommunication addressed bers of the Senate, urging a broad extension of the submarine building program for the United States. Lake disclosed that there are plans now on file In the secret archives of the United States navy for warfare by submarines ngafhst enemy submarines. "The submarine has not yet reached its full development," said Lake "There are other features that may well be added to further their effectiveness and increase tho scope of usefulness. "In my humble Judgment It is the only weapon that can bo safely relied upon to keep foreign fleets from our shotes Every other weapon Is visible and can be met by another of Its kind; the submarine Is Invisible, itid if made noiseless and provided with noiseless and lnvlsable automobile torpedoes or with proper facilities, no' other type of ship that floats on the sea or In the air fan meet It on equal terms. The cost of the submarine is slight compared with other vessels. Did the six hundred millions spent on aircraft get a single German submarine? No. According to the official reports the best defense against the German submarines was other submarines. As soon as war was declared betweea our Country and Germany I sent several plans to our Navy Department is well as to some English naval friends. I outlined Ijow submarines could be used for defense against Some attacking enemy submarines. of these plans were later put Into effective, proved practice. They but if they had been fully carried out the loss of ships near the English coast would have been very much reduced. These plans, I presume, are still on file In tho secret archives of the Navy Department, where they may remain without further discussion so far as I am concerned." Bouts Undefeated. Lake firmly believed that the e were not beaten In German the World War. "Many people think the submarine was mastered and driven from the sea," Lake declared. "Hundreds of millions were expended and lost on barrages and large fleets of trawlers, By JONATHAN BRACE submarine chasers and other ships XII. to offset the sinkings caused by these NORTH CAROLINA German submarines, and the submarines captured by these vessels were THE Of only one or two disabled submarines, North Caroliand those sunk were Insignificant in na Is very np-- p number and cost In comparison to the r o p r lately lost urface ships lost. England R named for It- ships, cargoes and men without numLowa was Sir Walber. Untold fortunes paid tribute to ter Italelgh who was rcspon; the awful power of destruction of slble for Xorth Carolina's ilrst the- submarine. settlement. It was In 1584 that "In spite of the expenditures of bilpermission Raleigh obtained lions on destroyers, submarine chasfrom Queen Elizabeth to plant ers, mines, airplanes and barrages an English colony In America, the submarine continued to Infest the and the expeditions which he seas. sent established a little colony on Roanoke island. There In "The strategy of war made It good 1537 was born the first Amerl- tactics to claim destruction of subpnn ohlld of Enpllsli nnronts. marines In unlimited numbers, but She was named Virginia Dare, f events as were claimed during hostilafter the virgin queen. This colities. Much has been made of the ony, due to England's wur with fact that no American transports and Spain, could not be properly suptroopships were sunk by submarines. ported, nnd after a few years The writer understands that history perished. It was not until over records that the Germans felt It beta century later that permanent settlements were made. Daring ter not to sink American troopships pioneers from Virginia pressed and saw her error In thinking that south Into the new territory, nnd she could conquer the world thru these, augmented by a large (rightfulness. company of Huguenots from "America Was Spared." a greater number of France and "To quote tho statements of one Germans from the Pulatlnate, high American naval officer who wtn founded the first Xorth Carolina town of Newburn In 1710. By active overseas, "Germany decided It the time of the Revolution the was bad policy to sink any of our population la North Carolina troopships, as that would further had Increased to such an extent, alienate us when it came tlmo to with an Influx of Scotch-Irismake peace and resume trade relaand Scotch Highlanders who tions,' so the orders we,nt out to settled chiefly In the western spare American troopships; In other counties, that It ranked fourth words, as this officer stated, 'they among the original thirteen colj could have sunk our ships If they onies. Today Its population en: wished, but they had lost their guts titles It to twelve electoral votes for president. In nrea It stands and did not have tho nerve to carry about half way among tho states out their former program of fright-fulnes- s. square miles. Xorth with According to tho BridgeCarolina was tho twelfth state port Telegram of April 23, 1921, to adopt the Constitution, the Admiral Sluts said: "If Admiral Von formal ratification taking plnco TIrpltz had had his way In tho high In November, 17S0. The derivacouncils of Germany wo would now tion of the name Carolina, as in be speaking Gorman with a decided tho case of South Carolina, enmo from the Latin Cnrolus, moultNow England accent' and ho also ing Charles, and was given origsaid ho 'believed airplanes and subinally In honor of King Charles marines would be master weapons in IX of Franco and retained by futuro wars." King Charles II of England. "Tho submarlno has not lost Its Xorth Carolina Is also known power over other types of craft. It is as tho Old North state. just as deadly as when I first appear(byMcClur Ntwtpapcr Syndicate.) ed before tho House and Senate Naval Ger-.nanmine-planti--h 5L',-12- THE UNIVERSAL CAR . .WEiris si ,The Ford Sedan. 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LouicvlUo Herald. -- Oh.ild.ren Cry GERMANY MUST ADMIT GUILT At a banquet given by the city of Lille to President Mlllerand of Franco and King Albert of Belgium the French president declared there could be no peace until Germany admitted her responsibility for tho war. He declared that the admission was made by Germany's plenipotentiaries at the Versailles peace table and that her guilt was recently laid on her by the U. S. Government. If they continue to deny it In tho face of the evidence, ho said, might must make right. King Albert in roply agreed to tho president's position. Lille, the center of a mining and manufacturing region and the largest city in northern France, was occupied by tho Germans for over threo yours. t CASTOR mm FOR FLETCHER'S A Louisville, Juno 4 "Tho physician who at first was Indifferent to tho law requiring births to bo registered In Kentucky long since has learned that It is a public advertisement of gross carelessness to fall to report a birth, and today every doctor knows that ho has not rendered tho full service, to mother and babe until he has provided a proper and o com-plet- "Perhaps nothing has demonstratbirth registration so conclusively ns tho late war. Every returned soldier who was a father ed tho value of years." birth certificate." m This statement was made by F, HAYS ACT'S FOR VKTKRANS J. Ulackerby, state Registrar of Vital Statistics, In a report to Dr. A. T. A recent order Issued by tho McCormack, State Health Officer, on calls for a reotlflca-tlo- n tho work that is being douo by the of every caso whero former serStato Hoard of Health's Uureau of vice men wero not given their proper Vital Statistics. positions and salaries when they re"Upon tho onactmont of this law turned from tho war. The order ten years ago citizens of Kentucky," stated that, thruout the service, distho report also declares, "registered crimination against such men would tho births of their babies bqcause .cease at once. and had a compensation claim has been required to furnish birth certificate for proof to tho Government of dependents. Tho requests for certified copies of certificates ltavo more than doubled in tho last two ' North Ilend, Neb., and consulted Dr. Stnrblrd, who told her of successful METEOR DISPLAY altltudo treatments in tho East. IS DUE JUNE 27 FOR CATTLEMEN "On tho fifth day of tho flight," Dr. Stnrblrd said, "Miss Kemper's voice camo back to her. Two day voico again for she Federal Reserve Head Fa- later hours, lost her came back then Collission May Bring , Comtwo but it et Pons-Winnecapparently ns strong and clear as vors Big Loan To previously. Her voico Is perfectly To Grief. Raisers. clear now, but hardly strong enough to permit her to shout. I helievo it will gradually strengthen, however, London, Juno 4. Washington, Juno 5. Legislation and become normal In every rospect.' comet, which is hurtho short-perio- d authorizing Secretary Mellon to mnlio Miss Kemper lost her voico followling thru space at n speed of many tivallalilo to the War Finance ing nu attack of Influonzn. thousand miles nn hour toward the $50,000,000 to be loaned m cattlo ralsors was recommended to For The Itclli'f of Rhcmiiiitlr Fnlns. earth, will not havo tho best of tho Congress by the Federal Itcscrve When you have stiffness and sore- "bump" according to Piof. A. FowHoard In n formal statement Issued' ness of tho muscles, aching joints nnd ler, chief lecturer In astronomy nt tonight hy Governor Harding. The find it difficult to move without pain the Imperinl Sclonco College, South recommendation was made. Governor try mnssaglng the affected parts with Kensington. "It is generally nccopfji!," said tho Hnrding explained, with the concur- Chamberlain's Liniment. It will rerence of tho eecrctary, to meet "tho lievo the pain and make rest and professor, "that we shall como In conIn this peculiar emergency existing in tho sleep possible. r.i tact with Us tall, if at all. event it is posslblo m HvcHtock industry." may becomo so disintegrated that othTho board's proposal was announc- TEX ( OJIM AN D.M ENTS comets will disSTUMP :W1 STUDENTS er ed hy tho governor heforo lrnving for own him." a two weeks' tour of tho - Cyclonic Trnvelcr. Now York, June 4. District AtHe scctlunH of tho country. ,, One Can picture some scientist in torney Lewis, speaking before the will stop nt Dos Moines, la., Wyo., Albuquorquo, N. M., El South Congregational Church, Brook- a few weeks' timo picking up a small Paso, San Angolo, San Antonio and lyn, told of a recent test in a Brook- meteor, 'he mortal remains cf this Dallas, Tex. Govornor Harding has lyn public school, made at his re- c.m Ionic trcveler in our space. ' Ala, Just completed a similar tour of tho quest, to ascertain how many of tho roor i'.ir.s, we know him wvlK" will agricultural sections of tho South and pupils knew tho ten commandments. doubtless be the comment of tho asOut of 1,37.1 children questioned tronomical world. Middle West. Professor Fowler was the first "Tho board feels," the govornor 499 did not know the commandments, Bald, "that tho flnnncial cmorgoncy ind 351 children had never heard of scientist to prove that tho tails of which menaced tho country during them. Asked to repeat tho com- comets havo carbonic oxide gas in1920 has definitely passed." How- mandments some of the pupils gave stead of tho deadly cyanogen gas, as was previously supposed. ever, ho added, additional credit fa- these answers: "When tho tail of Pons comes in Tho first commandment !a not to cilities are urgently needed by procontact with this earth," continued ducers of some highly essential pro- shoot crapt. Professor Fowler, "vast quantities of Don't marryducts, particularly in the stock-raisin- g Do not make love to your neigh- carbonic oxide, which is an odorless industry. gas, will bo absorbed In tho atmosbor's wife. CiimIIk. Should Stuhlll phere of this planet. There Is no Thore shall bo light. net, to the reserve Amendment Tho ten commandments; wore the cause for alarm, since tho proportion making one and two-yocattle paper en amendments to the constitution. of carbonic oxldo is so small in relaeligible for rediscount, instead of the Chlldrn must keep off tho steps of tion to Hie Immense volume of atmosexisting limit of six months, as n phere round tho earth that tho effect street cars. means of providing tho longer term People do not will be imperceptible. No to swear for anything ' credit required by tho necessities of realize how many million tons tho Don't hitch on wagons. tho llvstock Industry 1st deemed inatmosphere we breath weighs. At Love thy neighbor's wife. advisable by the hoard, tho governor ground level the weight is fourteen There shall be water. declared. Such loans, ho asserted, Mr. Lewis declined to givo the num- pounds to the square inch. In adcould bo made thru reserve banks as ber of the school in which tho test dition to gas the tail will contain fiscal agents for tho War Finance wns made, but he declared It illus- meteoric dust that Is, particles of Corporation rather than as banks of trated the need of some sort of moral iron and nickel. This dust is not discount. Ho suggested that the and religious training for these likely to reach us. time for making theso advances to KnvciiititinK Theory. children. o stockmen-blimited to threo years "As to how a comet is formed I of the enabling from tho passage can not tell you, any more than I legislation, "with n view to having SALE OF PUREBRED can tell you, a scientific point CATTLE SUCCESSFUL of view, how from earth was formed. the funds thus advanced ultimately the returned to the. Treasury." Perhaps they come from gases thrown "This legislation, In the board's Louisville, Ky. June, 3. More off from the sun, which aro gradualopinion," ho continued, "will meet than C.000 ovand farmers ly cooled. On tho other hand, leadthe present emergency and should ary livestock county of tho state ing authorities on astronomy say give amplo time for tho development vero represented nt the sale of pure-ure- d that it is clear that comets can not of permnnont plans for the financing registered hulls at tho Bour- have originated within tho limits of of the livestock Industry. It should bon Stock Yards yosterday. The tho solar system. They propound the also tend to stabilize, the crodtts af- success of this tho first event of the fascinating theory such fecting this industry and serve to movemen tfor bettor grade cattle in as come from a disdemonstrate tho valuo to thoso desir- Kentucky is to demonstrate by tho tance in space so great that it is imInvestments, of cattlo wido dlsrlbution of tho animals, ac- possible to think or speak of It in ing short-tim- e paper running longer than six cording to Prof. Wnyland Rhodes of terms of miles." months." tho University of ''ollge "Professor Fowler added that JupiDiscussing the general credit sit- if Agriculture In an announcement ter, to whoso family uation, Governor Harding maintain- fuadc after tho sale closed. belongs, may cause a disturbance nnd' ed there was no ground for apprehen-nio- n Prices for the bulls ranged from so alter the path of tho comet that it regarding the ability of the $30 up to ?3S.r with nn nverago run- will reach its nearest point to the banks to meet tho requirements of ning about $100 per head. This ful- earth about June 27, tho date on both agriculture and industry. filled the promise mado by W. S. which it is expected. "It Is the opinion of tho federal Bell, president of tho Louisville Live"When the public Interest In Hal-ley- 's reserve board," ho said, "that tho stock Exchange that the animals comet became ncuto I worked country is approaching a crop season would bo sold within the means of out the exact date of tho arrival," with underlying conditions far sound- tho farmer of moderate circum- continued Professor Fowler, "but I er than they were a year ago. It stances.. should bo Involved in laborious calthnt, until should be understood "Tho sale has fulfilled all our ex- culation's for days on end If I were there Is a broadening of tho market pectations," declared Mr. Bell, "The to ascertain the day on which Pons Tor agricultural products, many farm- prices have- been right and tho ani- will drop his visiting card in the ers will have to be granted extensions mals will, go to tho counties of the shape of a shower of meteorites." on loans a really made them, and will state whero they are needed most. ; In many cases require additional Another year should see the effects Best Remedy for .Stomach Trouble credits to member banks for the pro- In tho market. Our next undertak"I am pleased to have tho opporrequirements of their custom- ing will bo tho sale of 200 pure bred ductive tunity to say Osgood word for Chamers and urged all banks to aid In bucks and owes and 2,000 higbgrade wrlte& Mrs. Mamie casing tho situation In tho agricul- ewes to be held August 11. This berlain's Tablets" Bertel of Moberly, Mo., "I think they tural districts, until normal processes will bo tho second stop in tho cam- are tho best remdy for stomach troucould bo further developed. paign of tho Exchange to promote bles, biliousness and constipation I i tho breeding of beter meat animals. have ever used. Ihave taken them Children that arc affected by The salo was opened yesterday by off and on for two or threo years worms are palo and sickly and liable Mr. Boll who explained the motives they always relieve Indigestion, to contract some fatal disease. that prompted it. His talk was fol- and up tone the liver and make mo feel expels lowed by an address by C. E. .Marvin, Whito's Cream Vermifuge m worms promptly and puts the chile president of tho Kentucky Purebred tine. m on the road to health. Price 30 per Livestock Association associated with CANADA HONORS HER bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug tho Exchange in the campaign and a "GREATEST FARMER" m statement by Prof. E. S. Good, asst., Co. Col-ledirector of Kentucky University Nearly 30 years ago Seag'er WheelHER VOICE RESTORED of Agriculture who explained BY AIRPLANE FLIGHT the part the College was playing in er bought 160 acres of Canadian land the movement. To prove the value from tho Canadian Pacific railroad, 4. Miss Edna Kem- of the high grade animal on. tho mar- paying $3 an acre for it. On this Denver, June per, of North Bend, Neb., has had ket a sale of scrub cattle and of high land he has been busy yer since tryher voice restored by an airplane grado cattle was held before tho auc- ing to evolve Improved varieties of flight, according to announcement tion of the bulls. Mr. Bell ex- wheat. Starting with a single red hero by Dr. E. D. Starblrd, of this plained the difference in market bead of wheat that grew in a field city, who recommended the "altitude demand as this sale was con- of white he carefully planted year treatment." ducted. The scrub cattlo brought after year, selecting the choicst and Miss Kemper climbed 6,100 feet from $30 to $35 less per head than most promising heads each year for planting the next. Finally he had above Denver, or more than 11,000 the high grad-- animals. a new variety which he named "Red feet above sea level, In her effort to was expected It that the sale regain her power of speech, establish- would last two days but all of the Bobs" and which has yielded for -- . .... ing a new altitude record for women animals were disposed of before 4 him nn hfpli nn ftfl hunhAla nar ncre. Ttv thn ttamn mnthnita nf careful HO- -' Rocky Mountain region. She o'clock in tho afternoon, breeders In the b'reedlng he doveloped was in the air about fifty minutes. falling to ship the full quota of an- lection and another variety which ho namei' experiment with Miss Kemper imals for Hie sale. The "Kitchener" has produced 82 bushel was tho first of the kind ever made m to the acre, a world's record. No tho thrapoutlc valin tho West, allho wonder he once refused $15 for a uo of the air flights for loss of bottleful of tho seed a in a few speech has been established price that figures out $2400 per cases in other parts of the country. For Infants and Children bushel. Miss Kemper has been afflicted for In Us For Over Years His fellow countrymen renard him of tho voa year with Always bears as a great philanthropist, the greatest been unable to cal cords and had the farmer in all the vast domain of the speak above a whisper. She came to Signature of country. He has bad neither time home in Denver recently from her CREDITS ASKED ke noi money for making various needed Improvements on his farm but ho feels amply repaid for his effort In having produced results of lasting value, extending tho northern wheat limit 200 miles nnd enlarging tho farming wealth of tho Dominion by millions of dollars. In recognition of his notable contributions to a LL.D degreo has lately been conferred, on him by Queens college, Kingston, Ontnrio. ngrl-cultu- Children Cry for Fletcher's ro m Pons-Winneck- e, LINCOLN'S "WEATHER DE- 1'E.VSE" USED EFFECTIVELY Chicago, June 4. The "weather defense," first made famous by Abraham Lincoln during the emancipator's early law days, won freedom horo for Charles Keane, 24 and William Casey, 21, charged wlth'robbery. Lincoln, defending a man charged with murder, won nn ncqulttal when ho proved that prosecution witness es, testifying that tho murder had been committed on n moonlight night, were wrong. Lincoln read from an almanac showing that the night was cloudy. "The moon was shining bright and wo could easily see the features of the two robbers," two witnesses testified against Kan and Casey. "These two defendants were the robbers " The jury looked upon the identification ns complete. But Attorney Ernest Stoutemem-bcre- d Lincoln's feat. He read from tho official weather reports for the Chicago district showing that it had snowed heavily thruout the night of the alleged robbery and that the moon was obscured. He also won an acquittal for bis clients. e Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenIn use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature t - AUow n on(J t() dcccive you in thlsu All Cottntcrfcks, Imitations and are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health but and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" S0 ;7tfziZ&, Ennl supervision since its and has been made under hi3 pnr- - Pons-Winnec- cnttlo-pro-ducl- -- Choy-onno- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,, wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcverishness arisitir therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids! the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleco.. The Cbildrea's Panacea She Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUcNE CASTORIA j-?- ?? V fJ 4K (Bears the Signature of -fr-i'- 44 N BW VOHK In Use For Over 38 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought CENTAUR COMPANY, CITY, E3KEa - Teething babies always have a hard timo of it when this process occurs in hot weather. They not only have to contend with pafiful gums but the, stomach is disordered, bowels loo" and the body uncomfortable. The best help you can give the little suf- -, ferer is J3:Gee's Baby Elixir. It cor- -' rects sour stomach, cools and quiets tho bowels and helps digestion. Price iuc and 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio i County Drug Co. m ( I A CASH OFF The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of DECIDE TO COIN' SILVER that-comet- o, Pons-Winnec- ke - 1 go e -- CASTO'RTA 30 six-oun- ce semi-paralys- is taf?x xeac Leaders of the soviet government have granted the demand for the re-- 1 sumption of the coinage of silver, thus abandoning their announced lnten-- l tion to abolish money. The demand came from the peasants, who are steadily growing stronger in influ-- 1 ence in Russian affairs and who are The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest e paper distrustful of the money In circulation. best papers in the South and we hope to receive This is only and one of tho several compromises made many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and by Lcnino from his original commun-- 1 seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in istic theories. Another recent com-- 1 promise was to give the trades unions your subscription now. Don't delay. tho right to fix the pay of the work-- 1 ers, instead of reserving that right to the government. . A cable message was received by gun nests, and tho enemy huddled in Evangeline Booth, commander of the MOST FATAL WAR trenches and dugouts." Salvation Army, of the release of all GAS DEVELOPED Salvation Army prisoners, numbering BIGGEST WALNUT TREE 35, in Russia. Trotzky, it was said, ON CALIFORNIA FA1UI inquired as to the political affiliation Slightest Touch Produces Death In Thirty Seconds. prisoners. was inof the When he Chicago, Cal., Juno 4. What Is formed that they were Interested only 4. A new war- believed to bo the largest Englfah religion he replied "That's worse; in Chester, Pa., June wo want no religion here." fare gas, which will kill within thir- walnut tree In the stato of California ty seconds the person whose skin it has been found on property owned bjr Mrs. W. G. Hottman. you havo the itch, don't scratch. touches, was described here today by If The tree was planted by Mrs. G. Capt. L. D. Hutson, U. S. A., speakIt does not cure the trouble and of the W. Reagan, mother of Mrs. Hottman, ing before students Balmakes the skin bleed. Apply twenty-seve- n years ago. Tho treo lard's Snow Liniment. Rub it in Pensylvania Military College. Cap- has a circumference of twelve feel genuy on the affected parts. It re- tain Hutson came here to perfect a night gas attack to be ten inches at eighteen Inches from the lieves itching Instantly and a few plans for ground and a spread of eighty-eigapplications removes the cause thus staged in connection with the colcommencement ex- feet. performing a permanent cure. Price lege's centennial 25c, 50c and SI. 00 per bottle. Sold by ercises on Juno 12. General Pershm ing, George B. Christian, Jr., secreOhio County Drug Co. tary to President Harding; Governor Governor Sproul, of Pennsylvania; MURDERS TERRORIZE FIlttfE Denny, of Delaware; Brig. Gen. WilFormer legionaries under d'An-- . liam Q. Price and tho entire cadet nunzio are blamed for many myster- corpB will witness tho attack, which ious murders, usually committed at Captain Hutson declared would be night on the streets and in tho su- much more modern than anything burbs of Flume. Men figuring prom- tried during the war. General Pershing and Christian inently in the autonomous victory In April aro the victims, and revenge will be given honorary degrees by the Is considered the motive. Many citi- college. Describing tho gas as the zens have fled from the city. The latest discovery of the expert chemleader of tho autonomists, Prof. ists engaged in the research laboratoZanella, lives on the Jugoslav side of ries of the 1st Gas Regiment, chemthe bay, where he has formed his ical warfare service, at Edgewood, Md., Captain Hutson said the Unitgovernment. ed States had made tremendous progm ress in warfare gases since the close SWEDEN HAS ABOLISHED CAPITAL PUNISHMENT of the Woild War, and now undoubtedly loads the world. "Imagine what will happen to a By a recent law the taking of life telephones and supI as the punishment of crime has been city," he said, "when air squadrons begin spraying It with that ter- plies in stock. Make speforbidden in the kingdom of Sweden. In the next war A similar action was taken by the rible substance. cialty of sister kingdom of Norway several machine guns and; artillery will be weapons will be gas you need 'Wire," Bracked, years ago. In Norway, however, the out of tfatc the immunity from death does iut apply and chemicals and the humblest Pins, Spools, Insulators, In will be exposed to attack. to members of. the cabinet who may will take the sulated Wire, Lightning Arbe guilty of capital crimes. It was Entire populations awakening when they resters, Switches, or any argiud that high government offi- chance of never cials who might be guilty of acts go to bed at night. It will truly bo for a telephone, call, write costing the lives of a large number of a war of extermination. A few second Another new invention Is the toxic or phone me. citizens, such as involving tho counMutry in war, should have tho ajprouvj smoko candle, which when burned hand 'phones in stock. sets looso clouds of dust particles, penally hanging over them temporarily incapacitating thoso that tual phone No. 1. 4 At the present terrific rate of di- breathe the dust. Tho infantry will vorce cases, we shall soon need a new bo equipped with these candles and referenoe book "Who's Whos." they will bo used In the advanc tu .1 Beaver Dam, Ky. London Opinion. smother the personnel of machine . $1.75 city-mad- j ht Telephones No Nee?' to Wait a reptirwork. haje If part W. G. Muffett lr it in.i n s The Hartford BARTFORD Republican 'schools operated Published Weekly by Incorporated PRINTING COMPANY W. S. TINSLHY, Editor mill Husliiess Manager. Entered according to law at tuo Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mail matter of the second class; ' Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican to Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old kddress In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c or line, and Sc per line for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head line and slgnautre, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, bnt other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual FRIDAY 69 notice to subscribers al JUNE 10 There is at least one feature In the announced reduction of wages of railroad workers and employees which is scheduled to take effect July 1st , for which they ought to be ORGANIC UNION OP .1 CHURCHES APPROVED thankful. That is, the reduction is not to be retroactive to some date Toronto, Ont., June 7 Organic several or more months in the past, as was each of the increases they se- union of the Presbyterian, Methodist cured. When do the Jonses get a mark-dow- n in the freight and transportation bills they are paying? It's the Jonses you know who pay for the water in the boilers and stock, and the dally stipend of the humble track walker who plods his section with his shovel, pick and crow, and nil, from this lowly worker to and Including the President, who rides a limousine to his ofiice of plush floors, covered tile and marble where he reclines midst desks of plate glass tops. And the bondholders and the steel mills and even the all look to the Jonses and lay-b- y treasure. for their When and by how may things change bo that we Jonses may get a bit of reduction in rates we are now being called upon to pay? up-ke- within tho high the law had been enschools as tho acted for both, lfNit was not. Abnormal conditions made it necessary to increae the pay of teachers, which naturally and necessarlally called with for more school tax money to meet the Increased outlay, which Just an abnormal conditions mndo n greater amount of tax money necessary in every other departments civil religious and social. In the case of the common schools a ready way Was found by which the increased de mand could be and were readily met. Not so with the High schools. The rtlempted cure for their trouble proved to be no cure at all. No legal right vas granted to Increase the school levy, while it was absolutely neoeeanry to increase salaries to al most double those of former years and at the same time the purchase of fuel and all the other necessary items and fixtures connected with the operation of a good school came about thro times higher than In former yars. Before the sun sets on the m it dny cf the convening of the Gen-rAssembly, in the early days of 1.122, relief should be not only in sight, but on the way to all high schools of the Commonwealth. Teachers' salaries will never, should not, be materially reduced and without ma'crlal and substantial relief, and that at the earliest date possible, the average high school is staring ruin and tlsaster squarely in the face. al " . STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McPluko.) Waterman Fountain Pens ) Big Bargains in Records All 85c Records 65c All $1.00 Recorks 75c All $1.25 Records 95c Evershavp Pencils Joe Hngerman's folks had been doctoring him up for founder nnd slipping of toenails and just about the time they had him improving an' skidding. from his nails stopped Squire Leslie Comb9 spilled the beiiis by sending Joe n big hunk of nice mutton, nnd now Hngerman's folks have It nil to do over again. i We will sell Gennett Lateral Cut Records while they last at the following prices: dies. Leach, the cobbler, says it too hot to work in the daytime and the bugs and flies are so bad he can't work at night, even if his important calling Is that of healing anl nvf'ip the sole of the people. Several citizens and, 35 or 40 candidates wore in town Monday. To a stranger It would have appeared that quite a large number of gentlemen were here on that date Our friend, I. D. Claire is all philosophy in his beads this week. He writes a bit like some branch of his department had made a successful shine raid and had placed the fruits of their toll where Clairo's mind was perhaps psychologically affected, at least that is the hypothetiwe have arrived at, cal deduction knowing the Author's nature as welt as we think we do. I These are all new records not old ones cleaned up and will play on any machine using steel or brass needles without extra attachment. We will take pleasure in playing any that you wishto hear. BEAVER DAM DRUG COMPANY "The Nyal Store" Beaver Dam, Ky. Eastman Kodaks. Z. W. Mitchell's Old Stand. Chocolates on Ice. following BEADS ODDLY STRUNG ,,rotncrs thrust upon him, Ho assum- tho ilnntli nf IiIh father. (By I. D. A Not so long ago, by some, the very best. apparent cudgel to bo used on nnd against the nominees of a certain party was the cry, that they We heard no were little of It in these parts. In view of what has and is goftig to happen, we just naturally wonder what these name good brethren are going to say in defense of their own acts. Not that it is is any of our business, or our fight, but still you know one's mind Just naturally wanders back and forth, to events of the same character both past and present, there being such a similarity yes, In the interest of party harmony and SUCCESS, the Executive Committee begs, earnestly recommends, advises nnd urges all prospective but that's far enough we are not going to tell hand-picke- the remainder. In the death of Col. A. T. Hert JCentucky loses one of her most leading citizens, from a philanthropic standpoint, perhapsher most useful and valuable resident. Being a man of wealth he was able to lend financial assistance to every worthy cause brought to the public's attention, and he possessed an open band and d willing heart. His generosity "was commensurate with his ability. ' It is said that champions of worthy causes never appealed to him in vain. In the taking away of one such citizen from among bo few who are really able to do so much, the loss Is indeed acute. Mr. Hert was an ardent, but a broad minded and fair fighting Republican and the party to which e belonged, iiffact of which he waB the real head in Kentucky, will most keenly feel the btlng of . .''his )8eemtaElj i untimely, demise. "While ho was public spirited and' ev- -, tractive, .In councils of his partytho s never sought office, but upon tho pther.ha.nd - refused office by ap- Ho was : flolntfljent.) and otherwise. Tel.ly a Weinman, not only in treasure iind stores, but "in the broadest cense - Clem Mcxley of Fordsvllle, sav since John Henry Thomas left Ohio County his nearest competitor and rival for good looks and winning ways is Squire lien Rice nnd that Ret, and Congregational Church was ap- would not last long In a real beauty proved by the Presbyterian general show where honest, capable and Imassembly of Canada today by a vote partial judges were deciding the conof 410 to 111. test. The resolution by which the ast LOUISVILLE MARKETS sembly voted for the union was moved by Dr. W. J. Clark, of Montreal, Cattle A moderate numbei arrivand provided 'that the general assembly take such steps as may be ed for the midweek trade. Market deemed best to consummate organic continues dull and draggy, with litunion as expeditiously as possible." tle activity on any class of stock. It was drafted by a special committee Prime light butchers found a limited packers and demand from local and submitted last week. and half-fa- t Medium moved by Dr. J. butchers. An amendment Frasrler, also of Montreal, which was kinds are hard to dispose of at preoffered at the same time, provided vailing low rates. Quotations Prime heavy steer'-$7.5"that the assembly at no time seek S; heavy shipping steers consummation of organic union the butchmedium $6. without .a clear and unmistakable er steers $7S.25; fat heifers $GQ from the people." mandate Both of these documents had been S.25; fat cows $5. 50 6.75; medium under debate since they were first $a.503.50; cutters $2.50'??3.50; introduced, and when the time came canners $1.502; bulls $44.50; stockers ?4.5o6.73; for voting the clerk requsted the dele- feeders gates to ballot for "the motion or the milch cows $20 50. Rest Calves Price unchanged. amendment" as they preferred. The result was but little different veals $S.50;mediuih,$5G; common from the vote on union, taken at the to medium $45,5. Hogs Market active with steady Winnipeg assembly in 191G, when the returns were 406 to 90 in favor of prices in vogue. Top hogs sold at union. The first vote on the ques- ?S; best hogs, 220 pounds and up tion, taken in 1911 at Edmonton, al- $7.50; 90 to 220 pounds $S; 90 so was In favor of the union, but the pounds down $6.75; throwouts $6 down. result was not so decisive. Sheep and Lambs Market slow TEACHERS' INSTITUTE and lower after late start. General TO HE HELIJ J PLY 5 lamb trade off 50(0) 75c. Bulk of best Iambs $13.50; large supply strictly The Ohio County Teachers' Insti- good fat lambs $13.75; seconds $7 tute is to be held in Hartford, July 7.50; best fat sheep $3.50 down; 11 to 15, inclusive. An interesting bucks $2 down. and instructive program is to be renProduce dered and due to the Increased inLouisville produce dealers quote terest in educational matters, a buying prices as follows net to shipsplendid institute is looked forward pers the shipper paying freight and to by all concerned. drayage charges: ButterCountry 14 lb. Prof. A. M. Stickles of Bowling Eggs 17Vc dozen without cases. Green, has been procured as Instructor. Prof. Stickles is an educator Poultry Hens 16c lb.; small 33c of wide experience and is quite well tb.; roosters Cc lb.; old ducks 12c lb. known here. turkeys 2Jc Pj.; geese 6c lb.; guineas 23c each, young guineas 50c each. FLYING CADETS KILLED; FALL AT LAXGLEY FIELD WAK MINES AS SOUP KETTLES At Torioki, not far from Petro-gra- d, Hampton, Va., Juno 7. Noel R. where many Russian insurgents Thompson, of Jacksonville, 111., and took refuge after tho fall of Kron-stad- t, C. A. Rowan, of Quitman, Oa , flytho needy are fed by the Aming cadets, were killed inEtantly late erican Red Cross from soup kettles today when their airplaim struck a made fro infloating mines. The tree top during a bombing flight at made from floating mines. Tho Langley Field and caught fire. Three Finland, their covera and charges reof tho four bombs carried exploded moved and tho shells made into and the machine was completely de- large ve&sels to brew the soup. ' molished. 0; Claire.) violent lunatic is coniineii, noi for n season, but for the period of his menace to society. Rut strange as it may seem, nobody has thought of applying this simple rule of com- monsense to the treatment of habl- tual criminals. entity but a point of view. The bride of yesterday exults over a golden sunset which has no chnrm for the mother recent from a little mound of fresh turned 'clny. It is substance within, not a shadow without. Life Is not a concrete and united with the M. D. church ..fr Shlnklo Chanel. these cares bravely and by close' Mnrvln was n shrewd, lndustrum boy, and one wi.,i application to work and study ho qulet-naturs,,pceodod in graduating from Hart- - character was unannroachalilo n (ml niBh sc,00 with tho Class of well knew whnt the final result- - ,.f lti He wn8 Im,rrled to Miss Stella his disease would bo and had m.i,l. Stinnett, daughter of W. L. and Eliza pvery preparation for his pas-in- p Stnnett. May 20, 1917, who survive nway, both ng to the caro of his pondonts and tho welfare of lii nm He taught a number of successful soul. . A noble life has passed Into public schools, however the Inroads A life which Is worthy to b of cliccnhe forced him to give up this work some throe years ago. emulated by all who are to follow. A Friend and Associate Early in life he professed religion cd . eter-il-ty- ANNOUNCEMENTS For C'iii'tilt Judge Por County Clerk: West Beaver Dam. ISOM MITCHELL Boll's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine J. E. M ITCH ELL Dundee. E. G. RARRASS Hartford. M. F. CHUMLEV Mcllenry. A JAMES Av TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. ROY H. FOREMAN 507; Who dares to Justly Judge the We are authorized to announce great Caesar In his passion for the R. W. SLACK Egyptian queen? A master of the a candidate for Jndge of tho Sixth world kneels at the feet of the mon Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, seductive woman that ever trod the November election, 1921. paths of earth, and feeble minds that ?07: 11-1- PRESIDENT HARDING SENDS MESSAGE TO MJIS. HERT Washington,- Juno n - Por Commonwealth'", Attorney to announce Rut only a Wo arc authorized emn condemnation. C. E. SMITH Caesar may Justly Judge a Caesar. Ata candidate) for Commonwealth's torney of the Sixth Circuit Court In pitying the culprit condemned Noto death we forget that we are all District, of Kentucky. Election vember Sth 1921. alike under such condemnation; only fate mercifully withholds from us the Por County mill District day for ous execution. i Offices. Wo are authorized to announco Only that man has lost usefulness to himself and to the world In which ho candidacy of the following clti- ' tona 17 n t r He UV11U11 Ul UIU J7UUJV.h he lives, who has lost courage and fa.Up clllilnsvt hU IMC niflnn et flirt HCi" publican party In the primary election selfconfidence. August 6, 1921: The laborer who accounts his duty done when the whistle blows and Por Represent si tiic. to vent his Jealou.sy of his IRA JONES Arnold. " employer, forgets that employer's W. H. BAIZE Hartford. work goes on until relieved by sleep, I. S. .MASON Buford. and begins again'before he lias risen from his bed. Por Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. Aspiring to placeuul power brings V. A. .MATTHEWS Fordsvllle. many heartaches tothe multitude O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. who fall to achieve it, and disappointing disillusionment to the few For County Judge: who do. Thlrty-tnre- e millionaires MACK COOK Hartford. in the United Stat83 committed WINSON SMITH Select. year. Kings and emperors last W. S. DEAN Dundee. have died of broken hearts. True R. R. WEDDING Hartford. greatness consists in stlfmastery, alike in the prince and the peasant. For County Attorney. 4 OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. One sape njillosophf.r hat raid that we take out of life wlin' we put into For Sheriff. It, but tt- was a wiser rain who said GEORGE P. JONES Beda. tluatc-d- ; foreveryNaturo will not be G. A. RALPH Hartford. thing we take out of Llfo'f storehouse B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. pay. Aij.' yet ve are all we Must CAL P, KEOWN Hartford. prodigal borrower", honing against CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. tope that in some stranpe way payCICERO CROWDER Select. day will never come T. H. BLACK Hartford. MALEN D. HEFLIN Ceatcrtown. MAN BLIGHT. thought or heat of heart sit in solhur-rieshosu-cl- have never known his power of For .fuller: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, II. S. WORTH TICHENOR Hartforci. JOHN T. KING Hnrtford. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. 5. JOHNSON STEWART Mcllenry, Route 1. Mcllenry NATHANIEL HUDSON Por Tnv Commissioner ROY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. Por Magistrate, (District No. 1) J. P. McCOY Hartford Route J. A. UOLING-r-Uppford. W. C. KNOTT or East 2. Hart- (District No. 2.) FELIX SHAVER Centcrtown. Ceralvo. (District No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. O. E. SCOTT Prentiss; Q. B. BROWN Simmons. (District No. 4.) J. W. CHEEK Asklns. (Distiict JAMES W. GRAY No. 5 Hartford, No. R. 5. 6.) (District J. A. EDGE Dundee. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Sprlngf(DIstrcit No. 7.) J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. J. N. LOGSDON Roslno. - Por Constable. (District No. 7.) R. II. BASHAM Rosine. death of Col. A. T. Hert, President Harding sent Secretary 'Christian to the hotel as his personal representative and tonight he the following message to' Mrs. of tho Chevrolet learning Automobiles ed is a horrible dresser. Belle. Do her clothes look as tho she made them herself? Nell Worse! They look as tho her husband chose them. Nell-An- n ' THE OHIO COUNTY DRlfG CO. HARTFORD, KY. i ODITUARY. v Hert, at Louisville. Ky.:' ol the word.' ' 490 Coupe . 1265.00 490 Sedan 1310.00 and high schools are closing we commence thinking about the one that Is 490 Light Delivery 725.00 to follow, and the hardships attached F. B. Roadster 1225.00 to the positions filled by thoso who much select the faculty and prepare F. B. Touring. . . . 1250.00 ways and means for the payment of F. B. Coupe or Se eanio, as well as the Innumerable othdan 2225.00 er Items of expense incident to the of a successful and well highly esteemed and much belov- G. Truck Chassis, conduct regulated institution of minor learn- ed." Ton 900.00 ing. Last year was indeed, the hardest year in tho history of grad"Don't you think her voice ought Ton Truck Chassis 1320.00 ed and high schools within tho State. to bo cultivated? TAYLOR & MORRIS. The enforced and righteous increase "No. I think it should be Hartford, Ky. Jn tho salary of teachers of common Just about the time our graded "I am distressed and shocked to learn of the sudden death' of Mr. Hert. He was a good friend and an eminent citizen who bad played a conspiclous part in the affairs of his party and his country. I wish I could in some way lighten the burden of sorrow which I know to have fallen upon you. If the knowledge of the high regard in which ho was held will In any way mitigate your grief, I can assure you that ho was Delivered Prices 490 Roadster $ 715.00 490 Touring 725.00 Marvin Hoover, son of I. C. and Mary E. Shown Hoover, was born March 15, 1891, near Beda, Ky., and died June 2, 1921, of lung trouble, arge 30 years 2 months and 17 days. He was a loyal member of Hartford Lodges. of the Woodmen World and The Knights of the Maccabees. He was also a former member of Co. H. 3rd. Ky. Inft., which was stationed at Hartford, and while with the organization gained an envious reputation for his skill Jn marksmanship. During 1915 he won a place as a member of tho State Riflo Team, and at Jacksonville, Fla., that year he won tho highly prized "Williams" medal for being tho most expert rifleman on tho team. At the age of 23 Marvin had the responsibilities of the care of a widowed mother and three younger Will have on hand throughout the year a full line qf authorized ' TEXTBOOKS For both Comon Schools and High Schools. Also a complete stock of Pencils, Pens, Ink, Crayons, Tablets, Note Books, Pads, Pen Holders, PencH Holdprs, Sponges, Ink Stands, Fountain Pens, Rulers, ami in fact, all the ordinary necessities for school work. V Mr W E. Ellis went to Louisville Wednesday, on lnuljet. a caller at thN office while Mr, L. U. Loney of McIIenry, wan In town LET.MUNSIMGWEAR UNION SUITY(JU wiCZSSKPW Play-Da- y Suits m SLI POVA Ciothis s Children We handle an extensive line of Children's Play-Da- y fruits, just the kind to save the wear and tear of the better clothes. The celebrated and Widely advertised SLIPOVA are exactly what you want. Price not high. Remember, you can buy Monday. Miss Helen Lashbrook of OwensMr. K. C. Uycrs, of Olaton, was In boro, Is tho guest this week of Mr. town yesterday and while hero made nnd Mrs. A. I). Kirk. our office n visit. Mr. nnd Mr. A. I. N?J1 and family Edwnid Duke left yesterday for vnttenclecl the birthday dinner In honor of Mrs. L. D. Kldson, at her homo Huntington, W. Vn , where he has In Select, Sunday. accented a position. Mr. nnd Mrs. Anthony Koliertson, Mrs. Minnie W. Lc together with of Heflln, spent Sundny with their her brothor, Dr. Dyron Renfrow of daughter, Mrs. A. C. Portor, and Mr Dallas, Toxas, is via! r.g relatives In I)uml! Porter of Hartford. and vicinity. Mm. Ernest M. Woodward Acton, V. L. Fulker-soof L. O. Barrett, J. A. Wosterfleld Loulsvillo arrived heie yesterday, and daughter, Miss Lorlnc, woro In and wMI spend severo' days with Mr. Owensboro last Friday. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk nnd other C. n, Messrs. A. For Comfort ' mm B ijM Mil For ervice Middies for $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Romper Suits, 2 to 8 yrs., for $1.00 Child's Wash Suits, $1.50 to $4.00 Middy Suits, 6 to 12 yrs., for Gingham Dresses, for $1.25 Misses' GinghamDresses, 8 to 14 yrs., $1.50 Boys' Unionalls for $1.50 to $2.50, etc., etc. $3.50-Child's Child's Sandals These are essential to a child's comfort at play. We are prepared with a splendid line of Sandals, Sox, Sun Hats, etc. Let the children play out these sweltering days ee us for comfortbut let them play in comfort. able "fixins." That's all. Mr. John P. Taylor, after spending Mrs. A. J. Williams, City, left retwo weeks with friends and relatives In Lexington and Louisville, has re- cently for Pittsburg, Ga., where she will spend two weeks visitturned to his home here. ing her son, Mr. D. W. Williams and Hon. 1. S. Mason of Uuford, and Mrs. Williams. R. It. Riley, cashier of the Citizens Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. Hank went to Louisville Tuesday to Smith returned yesterday from attend the State road meeting. Hawesvllle, where he had been in atMiss Bessie Morton left Monday tendance of the Hancock County Cirfor Louisville, where she goes to as- cuit Court. sume her duties as superintendent of Mr. E. Q. Schroeter, tho phototho All Prayer Foundlings' Home. grapher, who has been following his Mr. Frank Foreman returned to profession in Indiana for some time his home in Hazard, Tuesday after Is txpected to arrive home today to spending four or five days hero with s'pend some time with his family. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mr. C. O. Hunter and W. S. Tins-le- y will leave Monday for Lexington, where they will represent the loMrs T S. Marks and daughters. cal Knights of Pythias lodge In the Misses Lettic and Margaret and Miss Annual Grand Lodge session which Mattie Sanderfur motored to Owens- convenes In that city Tuesday. Tuesday, where- they spent the boro day. Prof, and Mrs. J. F. Bruner will Mr and Mrs. Henderson Murphree leave today for Auburn, where they will receive their furniture, etc , of Owensboro, are making an extended visit with Mrs. Murphrec's par- shipped to that point some days ago, ents, Mr and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, after which they will visit relatives In the Whitesville country a week or City. ten days. ee i R A jarjsi m yU NSING Munsingwear's Right From Morning Till Night From the minute you slip it on in the morning until you take it off at night Munsingwear stays in place and gives the utmost in underwear comfort. MUNSINGWEAR BECAUSE IT'S MAKES GOOD MADE GOOD fA Ikxz&l&Gb, The Hartford Kill DAY, Republican ,.1UXK 10 Mr J """trow or Narrows, was in town Monday, on business. Ice Cream Freezers in all sIzo3. WILLIAMS & TAYLOIt. 50t:i We have field fence, rabbit, poultry 42tf and barbed wire fence. W. E. ELLIS & BIIO. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS O. In T Klttingor, ot Smallhous, was Hartford Monday. All kinds of stock poos. W. E. ELLIS Attorney D. B. Rhoads, ot Beaver Dam, was here Monday in attendance 49t4 ot County Court. & BIIO. Mr. Cecil TIchenor nnd Misses MarMrs. Marvin Hoover of near Beda, garet and Annuel King, City, spent was a caller at this office Monday. Wednesdny In Owensboro. - Miss Mary Barnard of Llvermore, Highest Cash Pries paid for eggs . spent tne ween in uaruoru, wie buwi and pnultry. of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Hunter. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Carden, City, stronc and their were guests last week of friends and fleet ot foot a few hours nfter relatives in Fordsville and vicinity. birth. Vnwno of roimionr nrn I Squire John H. Allies 01 near i ara- SCKEEN DOORS Various sizes; 47t4 dise, this county, was in naruuru m at bargain prices. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. attendance of County Court, Monday. ! Messrs. L. P. Crowder and R. H. Basham, of Roslno, wore In town Monday. I r-i iYou can get your horses Bhod with plain sboeB tor $1.G0 at GILLESPIE BROS. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Black of Owguests ensboro, were 'the week-en- d of Mr. and Me. Fied Lauterwasser. A son was born unto Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie King, Tuesday, at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John T. King, of this place. w. i V Uncle. V .M. Stowart of the Shintflc Messrs Layton and S. J. Williams Chapel country, was among our of. the Pond Run country wero In itors Monday. town Monday, attending' county Boo us for all kinds ot grass and court. ' field' seeds. Quality first. Randall Wattcrson, of Ashley, 111., W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ) n, arrived here Sunday'to Join Mrs. In a visit with relatives and Cnnntir filfirk W. O. BlankD8hlp "attended th.- purebred1 stock taleln' friends. Louisville last week. Master Elwood Wallace, ot Central visit with Mr. and Mrs, Ellis Hoover ot City, is making an extended parents ot a his grandmother, Mrs. S T. Barnett Barnott's Creek' are the' and Mr. Barnett. little sir, born Sunday. Wat-terso- - 1 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tipton ot Miss 'Ina Black ot Owensboro with Mr. and Drakesboro, spent Saturday and Sunspending some time day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred LauterMrs. Fred Lauterwasser. wasser of Hartford. Hercules and Delker Buggies. Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp went to J. DWILLIAMS & SONS,. Saturday, whore 42tt S. Corner Main St. Beaver Dam. Dawson Springs last she will remain some time for the Mr. Jake Westerfleld, of Dundee, benefit of her health. Is spending the week here with Ills Have you dono your spring house son, J. A. Westerfleld and famjly. cleaning? We have all the ImpleJ. ments with which to do It. Brooms, Messrs. O. T. Tinsley and E. mops, soap and washing powders ot Carter of Simmons, were visitors at all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. this offlco while In town Monday. Is Mr and Mrs. James C. Bennett reMrs. J. P. Taylor and little daughturned Tuesday from Earlington and ter, Esther, are to arrive home toMndisonvllle, where they had been VIcksburg, Miss. from visiting friends and relatives since morrow, Mrs. Taylor has been In the SouthFriday. ern City for some time, witt her sisMrs. Sidney Williams and little ter, who has been seriously ill, but daughter returnod homo Monday now convalescent. from Luzerne where Mrs. Williams Mr. M. L. Heavrln, accompanied, by had been since tho birth of tho litMrs. Heavrln, went to Cincinnati,, tle infant. Ohio Sunday, where Mr. Heavrln has Mr. John S. Ford of lower West undergone an operation for eye trouHartford, was recently kicked by a ble. He will be under treatment of tractor while cranking It. Mr. Ford's an Eye Specialist in the Ohio city unneighbors say that he did not miss a til near the first of July. meal, a night's sleep or lose a day's Mrs. J. Walter Greep of Tuscaloowork. sa, Ala., who recently underwent an Messrs. J. A. Bellamy of Deanfield, operation for appendicitis has reand V. C. Hocker of Beaver Dam, covered and has boon released from were In town Monday in attendance the hospital, so "Mrs. Greep's parents Thad Barnaid of County .Mr. and Mrs of tho Ohio of a meeting Drainage Board, of which they are Route 2, have been informed. members'. Mr. Ollle E. Schrickel of Albany, Mrs. Bertie Rial of Nocreck, who Ala., arrived here last Friday, to recently underwent an operation for Join Mrs. Schrickel who is visiting tumor, in a hospital of Owensboro, friends and relatives in Onln county has recovered sufficiently to return The cl.rlckels, together with Mr' S. E. Bonnet t are spending this week to her home. with relatives in the Washington Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward and Mr. country. and Mrs. Ben King of Owensboro, Sarah, the little daughter of Mr. spent Saturday night and Sunday in this place, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. G. Schroeter, received painful burns last Friday when comE. Crabtree. ing in contact with a pail of hot Robert Mason, of Buford, a world water as It was being thrown out of war veteran, has been granted voca- a door which she W83 entering. The tional training by the U, S. Govern- littlo glil is doing nicely and will ment. Mr. Mason will likely enter soon recover. school at an early date. Mr. Forest Bell of near Buford, a Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hoagland and graduate of the University of KenMiss Lizzie Hoagland, of Clear Run, tucky, law department, of tho class and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Park, of of 1921, arrived here last week to Detroit, Mich., were guests Sunday of spend a few days with relatives and Mr. Bell will go to Pennsylfriends. Dr. and Mrs, J. B. Tappan, City. vania where he will be erigtge'd durMrs l'i B. Gnadlnger and daugh- ing the summer. ter of Minneapolis, Minn., are expected to arrived here June 22, jto. Miss Lizzie. Goff, daughter ot Mr. make an extended visit with Mrs. and Mrs. .James P. Goff, of near Horso Branch, who was kicked by a Gnadlnger's sister, Mrs. B. B. horse from which she sustained a and Mr. Mclnteer. broken Jaw and tho loss of Uire,e Prof and Mrs. L. A. Sharer of teeth, developed a case1 ot doublo Weston, W. Va., are visiting Mr. J. pneumonia Tuesday and was In a sc: E. and T. W. Sharer and the latter's rtiuis condition late yesterla. wife ot this place. J. E, and T. W. Dr. G. B. Renfrow of Dallas, Texas, Sharer are father and brother, respectively ot Prof. Sharer. arrived In town Monday, and will spend ten days .here with his Bister, Miss Mattye Duke, member of the Mrs. Minnie W. Lee, and other relal fatuity of the Shelbyville tives at Dundee and Narrows. Dr. during the past two years, Is expect- Unfrow left Ohio County 24 years ed to arrive here tomorrow to'spend ago and (his is the first visit he has the summer vacation with her par- made to tho old home country. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Duke. Mr. and Mrs. Dink Milam and ion, Our old friend, Tom W. Barrett, Edwin, Mr. and Mrs. John Parker formerly of Barrett's Ferry, but who and baby and Mrs. D. B. Whlttaker has been In Oklahoma and tho west of Drakesboro, spent Saturday and during the past few years Is making Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Step Sosh an extended visit with friends and In Hartford. Mrs. Sosh and daughters, Bonnie and Lena Rae, accomparelatives in the old homo country. nied tho Drakesboro visitors home, The Female Bvangellst.'Tatterson, remaining until Tuesday aftornoon. of Louisville, recently closed a ten Miss Norino Harris Barnett, who day's meeting at the local colored M. Several professions has been teaching In (he Mt. Vernon E, Church. were mnjle and a number united with High School during tho past two tho church as a result of tho revival. years, has returned to her homo Mc-Inte- er High-Schoo- Because of the perfect fit, finish and fabrics, nlus its habit of outwashing, outwearing and outlasting 1 expectations, it has a nation-wid- e reputation for good value. Our stocks for spring and summer offer you a splendid assortment to choose from. We can properly union suit you in a variety of styles and fabric--. Get your summer supply now. Carson . C Sf Hartford, Kentucky. NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Slaves and Ovens ForDdldcusFmd quick-lightin- Perfection bakes and cooks everything perfectly. It's the popular oil stove you've read about so much in your magag zines the stove with the Long Blue Chimney Burner. Come in we'll demonstrate to you what clean, tmenx cwiung neat realty u iS&fe Hartford, Ky. I ACTON BROS., L After spending the summer her parents, Mr. and Mrsi' A. M. Barnett, she will go to Stutt-- I gart, Ark, where she has accepted a position In the schools for the coming year, here. mm J i BIG DROP IN GAIiVANlZED WARE No. 1 tubs No. 2 tubs No. 3 tubs 10-qu- ., 75c .85c $1.00 30c m & pails WILLIAMS TAYLOR, Hartford, Ky. BILL IN HOUSE, TO BAR JULY 3 FIGHT Washington, June 8. A resolution designed to prohibit thq Derapsey-Carpentlfight at Jersey City July 2 unless Congress meanwhile shall have "fairly treated" Americans who served In tho World aWr was introduced in the Houiso today by Repre or sentative Galllvan, Democrat, Mass. chusett8. In a statement Representative Galllvan characterized Dempsey as "a big bum who dodged tho draft" and declared that' France had been at war tor months before Carpentler Joined the colors. "Tho men who will pay $50 for a ringside seat to look at these two "fighters" overwhelmed members of the last Congress with their letters of protest against paying a mere pittance of a soldiers' bonus to real champions," Mr. Galllvan said. "It would not have cost these men Individually $G0 to bavo holpod meet tho cost of a soldier bonus bill. "I am opposed to this International bout on American soli, where millions of American money are to bewasted. until tho Am erica u scrvico men and women bavo been fairly reated by the American Government" FARM DEPARTMENT. r REAVER DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. New York, Juno 4. Flooding of average of 45 bushels Judge R, W. Slack, Oweniboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenner, Pueblo and other Colorado towns, compared with the State average- of Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. Snlnrt For Those Who Llko Cherxc with a reported loss of 500 lives, is 33.10 bushels ford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. ihe worst disaster that has befallen A survey of 37S farrao In Chester Cheese often makes a delicious adA. C. Porter, Hartford. this country since tho sinking of the Clerk Marshal R. F. Stevens. exceptionally high dition to n salad. County on which Tho following Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner standards of management aro main- recipe for salads in which cheese steamship Eastland at Chicago, In tin, Hartford. FOHDSVILLK. I tained, including close attention to plays nn Important part aro recom- 1915 with n loss of S12 lives. Jury Fund CM P. Keown, Within tho last ten years more Trustee handling of barnyard manure, show- - mended by food specialists In the Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonet. Hartford. nn average corn yield of 05.3 United States Department of Agri- than 2,000 lives have been lost nnd 1st Monday in March II days Clork Olla Cobb. millions of dollars worth of property culture: busneis; wneat ai.s, anu u.us Com'tb. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslnger. destroyed by floods of American rivMi cup grated cheese. Tho comparatively high yields in 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. ers. The most memornblo were: Marshal Orant Pollard. 1 tablespoon gelatin. Chester County, the specialists say, Monday in July U days Tho overflow of tho Mississippi in 1st 1 cup whipped cream.' can not be cieditod entirely to the Com'tb. and Civil. April, 1912, with a loss of 500 livSs way in which manure is handled, Salt and pepper to taste. 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Mondny In September FOR PRESENT YEARS tho soil in that county is much Mix the cheese with the whipped and tho destruction of $3,000,000 Civil. better than the State's average soil, cream, season to taste with salt and worth of property in scores of towns 4th Monday In November 13 days County Board of Education E. S. but special attention to manure and pepper ,and add to tho gelatin dis- and cities in Louisiana, Mississippi, Com'th. and Civil. its conservation has been an oustnnd-in- g solved in a scant cup of water. This Arkansas and Tennessee, Howard, S. S. O. C. Compare High and Low Prices Of In March, 1913, tho Ohio and its COUNTY COURT. feature of thnt county's farming. may bo molded in either large or I'uriii Products. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. small molds. When the Jelly begins tributaries overflowed with sorious Meets first Monday In each month. Routo 6. The average price received by pro effects upon a largo region, Including Judge Mack Cook. ducers of the United States for hogs Simple Way to Prevent Leather From i to harden, cover with grated cheese Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllle.. MildcMlnj; County Att'y. A. D. Kir. The jelly should be served on a tho cities of Dayton, Hamilton, Zancs-villduring April fell below ?S per 100 Columbus and Cincinnati. Is almost cer- lettuce leaf, preferably with a cream Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunC. Blankenshlp. Any leather article Clerk W. pounds for the first time since March Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. tain to mildew if kept In a warm, or French dressing to which a little About 700 lives were lost in nil, 212 dee. 1916, according to a report by tho of them at Zanesvlllo in one day and Superintendent E. S. Howard. Bureau of Crop Estimates, United damp, nnd dark place, such as a grated cheese has been added. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Rosino. 150 nt Hamilton. Tho property loss Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. closet, cellar, or stable. This mil(Cheese and PImlcnto Salad.) States Department of Agriculture. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Stuff canned pimientos with cream exceeded $20,000,000. The average price for April reached dewing probably will not reduce se. 200 lxM 1.1 vra. Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. riously the serviceability of the ar- cheese, cut into slices, nnd serve one the low mark of $7.8G. The highest More than 200 persons lost their E, P. Rodgcrs. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Centor-tow- n. Coroner price reached at any time was during ticle, unless it is allowed to remain or two slices to each person on letlives in a flood which overran the on the leather too long. It may, tuce leaves with French dressing. August, 1919, when the average was FISCAL COURT. valley of tho San Luis Roy River, In (Cheese and Tomato Salad.) County Board of Examiners: E. Prices fhowever, change the color apprecia $19.30 per 100 pounds. Meets first Tuesday in April and Stuff cold tomatoes with cream California, in January, 1916. advanced more or less steadily from bly, thus injuring the appearance. Mrs. Birdlo MIdklff ana The RJo Grande overflowed its October. 191C to 1919, then took a rather The simplest way to prevent mildew cheese and serve on lettuce leaves banks following heavy rains in July 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. rapid drop during the latter part of ing, say spcialists of the United Stater with French dressing. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th 1916 and several hundred persons Route 3. (Cheese Salad and Preserves ) 1919. During 1920 the average Department of Agriculture, is to keep 17th. perished, mostly on tho Mexican side 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear dry. Epicures have devised a dish price for each month was between tho leather in a er Dam. place, preferably one ex which consists of lettuce and French of ffto river. There were svonty-fiv- e EXAMINATIONS $13 and $14 until December when it daths at El Paso and hundreds 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Mildew can dressing served with cream cheese posed to the sunlight. dropped to about $11. were made homeless 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 The price which producers receiv- not make much headway in the sun- and thick preparations cf currants The greatest Ameiican flood ocand 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dnro shine. When mildew develops, it or other fruits preserved in honey or ed for cotton seed reached the lowest Daucherty.Datze-towand Fordsvllle.. mark in April since November, 1914, should be washed off with soap and sugar. Owing to the fact that the curred when virtually tho entire city Bth District W. C. May 21 and 22 County Teachors' warm water, or simply wiped off with seeds have been extracted by a la- of Johnstown, Pa., was destroyed no when it was $14.01 per ton. The avXV. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford, (White). erage price for last April was $17.23 a moist cloth, drying the leather well borious process, these fruit prepara- May 31, 1SS9, by tho breaking of the Oth District May 2S nnd 29 County Teachers per ton, as compared to the peak afterwards. These simple measures tions aro fcirly expensive. 11.s soft Conemaugh dam just outsldo of it. 7tli District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. price of $72.05 in November, 1919. are preferable to the application in cheese often found in market is also The exact loss of life was never deter- 8th District, B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). mined, but rellablo estimates placed ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County and State Tho-loprice in 1914 was the re- the home of preparations designed to relatively Tnora Is a sugTeachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo, gestion iu this dish, however, for oth- the number of lost live? nt about HARTFORD. sult of the big crop produced that prevent the growth of mildew. J00. (White). year, which amounted ers which are much less costly. Orto 15.S73,-00- 2 Mayor J. E. Bean. A great part of the damage to Juno 25 nnd 26 County nnd Stato Necessity is a good foundation for dinary cottage cheese served with bales. Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, organization. a If the lettuce or other green salad and a Galveston, Tex., in a terrible hurriThe price of wool In April was be Police Judge C. M. Crowe. cane of September, 1900 was dono by (Colored). pre low 18 cents, which is the lowest farmers In your community feel a small amount of rich homo-mad- e Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept. 17 and IS County and Stnto need for an organization thr-- wih serves, is a omblnatinn with much water blown in from tho Guit of '.ex since May, 1912. In March and Mo-- e than 3,000 persons died Teachers' Exaniluatlou at Hartford, ROCKPORT April, 191S, the average price of wool be interested in it, unite with it, sup- the same character 'ind very appeiz-ing- . ico. and proper y worth S20.tioi,o j was (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. port it. This need may show itself in was 60 cents a pound. destroyed Sept. 21 and 25 County and State Clerk N. H. Bratcher. x lack of marketing facilities or un(Deviled Eggs With Cheese) Oilier Great Disasters. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. satisfactory marketing conditions. In making deviled eggs, either to There's one animal that would be Other great disasters of the last (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. mighty unpopular if he over left civilbe oaten alone or upon lettuce leaves two decades in which the loss of life In the 'form of salad, a little grated ization and his free board and keep Candle nnd Gmtfc Kgs. has been heavy include: and went back to his fellows. That's Fami women frequently have en- cheese may be mixed with the yolks 1902 Eruption of Mt. Pelee; 0 the obliging little pocket gopher that tire charge of the marketing of eggs, in addition to tho usual salad dress 1 Vania) ! I lives lost. i travels with Leo K. Couch, of the butter, and poultry. In somo States ing and fla(t ngs. 1903 Iroquois Theater fire, Chi Bureau of Biological Survey, United they form what are called "egg cir(Plain Cheese Salad.) cago; 575 lives lost. States Department of Agriculture, cles"" for marketing their eggs in Cut chfcse lnw thin pieces, scatter 1904 Burning of Steamship Gen- who is giving a series of demonstra- large quantities Tho eggs are col- them ove lettuce leaves, and serve eral Slocum in tho East River, New , tions out West on how to trap and lected regularlv bj one of tho mnin-ber- with French dressing. U. York; 1,100 lives lost. j poison gophers. (Olive and Pimento Cheese.) or by some one hired by the cirFOR PERSONAL HYOIFHR 1903 Japanese Steamship Mlka-- j This little renegade, whether Mash any of tho soft cream cheeses Ditnolved in water for douche slop cle. Efforts are being made by maria. sunk by explosion; 599 lives lost.) pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamhe has no choice In the matter keting agents of tho United States and add chopped olives and pimienlDUb j,, Francisco earthquake mation. Recommended by Lydia E. or bcause ho likes the Government Department of Agriculture to teach tos in equal parts. This mixture re. and fire 452 lives lost; property loss F'inkham Med. Co. fnr tm fare of carrots, potatoes and par- - these farm women the value of prop- - quire much salt to make it palatable, A healing wonder for naaal catarrh, estimated at $350,000,000. snips, divulges the actual working erly candling and grading the eggs the amount depending chiefly on the soro mroat and sore cye Economical. I&ngston, Jamaica, earth 1907 Hti tijjiordiniry tlrannrjg tod uermkxUI pnrr. methods of his kinsmen. When all; so that only the best are marketed quantity of pimientos used. The quake; 1,100 Children onijgnu. cr pot.nud b: lives lost; property VX. '"". i ng ii I one I lampany. llcitou. Mu, is set for the demonstration, ho is may be spread between thin mixture m A Safe Old Fashioned taken from his cage. Ho sets to Keep Two Hens For Kacli Member slices of bread or it may be made In- damage about $25,000,000,000. 190S Earthquako in Sicily and Remedy for Worms work, unabashed by spectators, and to a roll or molded, cut into slices, Of Tho Family. Calabria; 76.4S3 lives lost. Seventy .five yean gives a first-han- d The average novice can reasonably and served on lettuce leaves "with exhibition of how is the beat 1910 Cartago, Costa Rica, eartha gopher m?I:ui a tunnel. Then he expect to get an average of at least French dressing FREY'S VERMIFUGE quake; 1,500 lives' lost. shows how the mound is made and 10 dozen eggs per hen per year from can oiler you. 1912 Sinking of Steamship Keep a bottle always on the entrance to it stopped up. His his small flock In the back yard. On is more Catarrh hand. It will help keep In midocean; 1,517 lives los' section keeper then digs him out, places Mm the basis of two hens to each mem ofThere country than all in this diseases the other the little ones healthy 1912 Earthquake in Turkey; pul '"seiner, ana ior years it was sup-9- "' back In the cago, and proceeds to his ber of the family this will irlvo -- fll posed and happy. "I to be incurable. prescribed lives lost. 30caboAltyouidrugrftor explanation of how to set traps and dozen eggs a year to each person, l local remedies, and by Doctors constantly falling tenetal .lore; or if your de.lcr 1912 Sinking of Spanish steamwhere tu place bait to destroy his which amount is about halfway be- to cure with local treatment, pronounced on I upplyyou.Kiid Minima Succeed when- - everything else fails. it incuraDie. catarrn is a local disease, ship Principo Do Asturlas nd 30c in rapt and we'll off the mascut'b unroformed brethren In nervous prostration and female tween the average of farm and city Breatly influenced by constitutional conend you a bonis promptly. coast of Span 500 drowned. ditions and therefore requires constituE. & 5. FREY. weaknesse back-yar- d they are the supreme consumption. BiWf, Hi. No poultry tional treatment. Hall's Medi1912 Sinking of Japanese steamremedy, at thousands have testified. .Arsenate of Lind Spray Will Kill keeper should be satisfied with less cine, manufactured by F. Catarrh J. Cheney & ship Kicker-Mar- u, FOR KIDNEYJ.IVERAND Ohio, Is a Grapo Posts. than this, say poultry specialists of Co., Toledo, taken Internallyconstitutional Japan; 1,000 lives off tho coast of remedy, is acts lost. STOMACH TROUBLE To destroy tho grapo rootworm, the U. S. Department of Agriculture thru the Blood on tho Mucous and Surfaces it is the best medicine ever sold 1914 Sinking of steamship Emof the System. One Hundred Dollars recultivate the. vineyard during early Every back-yar- d poultry keeper ward Is offered for any case that Hall's' over a druggist's counter. June, tho United States Department should try to get as much more as Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for press of Ireland in St. Lawrence; turn ihm circulars and testimonials. lives lost. of Agriculture advises. Spray the possible. To provide an egg a day WILL F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. 1915 Earthquakes In Central ItaSold by Druggists. 73c. vines as soon as adult beetles appear for each person, two hens would have TAKE Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ly; 29.97S lives lost. with arsenate of lead, 1V pounds to lay 1S3 eggs each a year. gratitude which can never be repaid." . . 1915 Overturning of steamship powder or 3 pounds paste to 50 galIn June, 1S74, a similar bill, Japanese advertisers believe in a Eastland at Chicago; 812 lives lost. lons of water or 50 gallons of Borknown as tho Revised Statutes, beCJccso Aro Grazing Stoik. lavish use of slmilies. "Step inside!" 1916 French auxiliary cruser came tho law, and there has been deaux mixture if fungous diseases Geese have an important part in is the invocation of a big store in ATrealrcenl Province sunk in Mediterranean; are present. no similar bill since until the Sixty-sixt- h the endless war on waste. They are Tokyo. "You will be welcomed as lives lost. for VYEAIU To destroy the grape leafhopper, In a class with chickens in utilizing fondly as Ccngiess and now. The Comray of sunshine after a 1916 Chinese Bteamer Hsin Yu spray in lato June or early July, when wasto grain about stables and feed- rainy day. a LUNGS oi Each one of our assist- sunk off the coast of China; 1,000 mittee on Revision has been engaged upon the present bill for almost two tho nymphs of young insects are moat ing pens. In a larger measure than ants is as amiable as a CONSUMPTION father seeking lives lost. years, and it is intended to be for the abundant. Uso 40 per cent nicotine chickens or any other kind of poultry a husband for a dowerless daughter. 1917 British warship Vanguard bench and .sulphate, pint to 50 gal- they are a grazing stock, getting their Goods aro dispatched to customers' bar Just what tho Revised blown up at her dock in a British lecllnc. lons Boapy water (2 pounds soap) living in large from the ordinary housos with the rapidity of Statutes was almost a halt century A quick telle! for that tired, a shot port; 800 lives lost. cougha, palna la or with 50 gallons Bordeaux mixture grasses of the pastures. When it is ago. The committee has received an ibaeei, weak luntt cbeit. nlglil tweati. bemor or conaumptloo. It il 4ofrom the cannon's mouth." A gro1917 Halifax disaster caused by to control fungous diseases. Hit the considered that the demand for geeso cer proclaims 9 that his "superfine explosion of the French munitions array of requests for such legisla- aet btlp you il costa yea Bolblal. lower Eides of the leaves forcibly. LOCK BOX tion from tho Federal Judges, and OHIO MEDICAL CO. is steady, and extended over almost vinegar is more acid than the tongue steamship Mont Blanc, in which O. United States attorneys, and this bill the whole year, not confined to holi- of the most fiendish mother-in-law.- " lives were lost with 400 persons is Conservation of Manure IncreaM the response. days, as in tho case of turkeys, that missing. Estimated property loss, Crop Yields. geese excel all other poultry as proSurgeons agree that In cases of $20,000,000. Cut This Out and Take It With You. Farmers In some parts of Eastern ducers of fat, the importance of geese Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the V-VEPennsylvania, notably in Chester in the poultry schome is realized as first treatment is most important. County, have been saving barnyard ln,prtant- A man often forgets the exact name When an efficient antiseptic is applimanure in walled enclosures adjacent of the article he wishes to purchase, ed promptly, there is no danger of FOR FLETCHER'S to tho stables, often paved vith Biscuit Dough" For Shortcuke. and as a last resort takes something infection and the wound begins to flagstones, for more than a century. 1 pint flour. else instead. That is always disapheal at once. For use on man or . The value of this efficiency has been 4 teaspoons baking powder. pointing and unsatisfactory. Tho beast, Borozono Is the ideal antisep thovin in an Investigation embracing LITTLE, THE LAW GIVER. 94 teaspoon salt. safe way is to cut this out and take tic and healing agent. Buy it now the standards of management on 10 3 cup milk. to It with you so as to make sure of and be ready for an emergency. Price Janns selected by specialists of tho Washington, Juno 3 4 to 6 tablespoons fat. getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by "United States Department of Agri Little, of Kansas, chairman of will find nothing quite so satisfacSift tho dry ingredients. Work in Ohio County Drug Co. m culture in the region mentioned, and tho fat with the tips of the fingers. tho House Committee on Revision of tory for constipation and indigestho results aro embodied in Farmers' Use enough milk to ensure a rather Peelirirfit all the time. Don't lay oft tho Laws, is receiving congratulations tion, uoxn prices m from work for days by taking calomel TJullelin 987, which may be had fres soft dough that should be patted'flat Liberty 86.84 from all over the country for com4fc when pleasant Liv Vr-La- x keeps yotf upon application to the Division of rathqr than rolled. Bake in a fairly Liberty First 4s FINAL POPULATION FIGURES 87.40 pletion of his great work of the codion your feet, while relieving your trdubj Publications. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don Liberty Second 4s hot Oven. 86.86 fication of tho laws of the United anything The bulletin shows that the aver--ag- o Liberty First 4 M s White Cnko Icing for Shortcake. The census bureau has announced take Eliminates else. You can't afford 87.50 States. poisons, cleanses By yield of corn for the State is So thoroughly has this work been final statistics which place tho total it and relieves Liberty Second 4 Vi s 86.92 tern constipation.,) A nat42.50 bushels an acre, while on the 4 Vis done, that United States Judge Hrl-b- population of the United States propg.n.52 Put into the upper part of a double Liberty Third ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum 10 selected farms it is 85.50 bushels; boild of Arkansas, says: Liberty Fourth 4" Us er at IOC.710,620, or 27,512 more in its effect and certain in results. II 86.92 will tho average wheat yield for the State 1 cup granulated sugar. "I am going over your act as I than announced formerly. Final fig- pwon'tbolong before Victory 98.14 completely displace calomel In ever Is 18 bushels and for the 10 farms 4 tablespoons cold water. Victory 4 a 98 16 find time, but confining myself solely ures of tho total outlying population home.; Children can take it freely an) 29.75; hay average for tho State is 1 egg whito. Tho abovo quotations do not In- - to the title of tho judiciary. I can aro placed at 12,143,738 which with perfect safety. Every bottle guar1.43 tons an acre and for tho 10 When tho water underneath is cludo accrued Interest, which is add- - no express my admiration for this makes tho nggrcgato population for anteed. 50c and (1 in bottlesv Non without tho likeness and alguv) farms 2.65 tons: while tho thrcn boiling, begin to beat with a Dover ed from date of previous coupon pay- - Great work. People, especially the tho United States and its possessions genuinoL. K. Grlfisby, wro of For sale by r larma that grew oats produced an I egg beater until the frosting takes 'ment to date of sale bench and bar, owe you a debt of amount to 117,859,358. " I. . glT.T.TiVI, - EfcTJtaA Game Law Yioltitnp Get Heavy l'l'iiaKics. For selling wild ducks In violation or tho Federal Migratory DIrd Treaty Act, Federal Judge Trlebcr, nt Lit tle Rock, Ark., Imposed maximum penaltlesxon John Hardy and Nick Gurno, at the May term of court Jlardy'was fined $500, while Gurno was sentenced to six months in Jail and nssossed In addition, a flno of $50. It was'allcged that both of tho accused hnve been leading figures in illegal traffic. In wild ducks. Both had previously been arraigned in Federal court for violation of the game laws. dcfinlto shape, when the beater Is lifted. Tako from tho flro and add i teaspoon of vanlln or other flavoring. Continue beating until firm an acre as enough to spread without running. GREAT DISASTERS OF LAST TWO DECADES DIRECTORY v iv f . f (1 ..? so o, well-light- n. w y -- 30,-00- Every Woman Mothers use s msmMsMm Tii "," se r. J Voviwiir u&e conlin-uoutu- ftetis For tlie teati-moni- al S,-0- if dbrio rs 1,-0- ii YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 3,-2- 70 one-four- th FOR.ONE MONTH n 1,-2- 26 Children Cry USE LI R-L AX CASTORIA For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, 2-- liberty 3a o or 3B fin-W-L- ax V alloy, and over what Is known n WOMEN FOR DEFENSE the Knngrila route The other two BY ARMY AND NAVY units, commanded by Colonel Bury, BAND AROUND HEAD Intend to meat tho Morshead party nt Khnmba Jong, mid then tho com- I'nss Itcinlutloii Which They Send To bined oxpoditlon will Si'imtf A I'rolCMt Against. west- . .. I lvnnl ttiu'.inl' Mm ..III.....strike m- i . I'ncifist Tcnilcncy. " Mrs. Osborne bays bhc J0"B "inch Is nbout "m Shudders When She north of the Everest group. A per- - Washington, Juno A That tin Thinks How She Suf- - . n,nnonl ,,aso will bo selected near that Women's Auxiliary of tho Amerlcar vuihbii, linn irom 11 wm start tho Legion Is bohlnd the effort of tho Re fered. party which will try to reach tho oum- - publlcans in Congress to maintain an mil of tho dominating peak nt the adoquate Army and Navy for nationrange. al defonso is ovldenced by a resoluHeforo tho actual work of scaling tion which was read to tho Senate. years," said Mrs. V. II. "For "Whereas, through tho publicity of 718 Lancaster Ave., Lex- the stupendous slopes of Ev rest can begin, hbwover, engineers must care- given tho views of certain ington. Ky., "I have been In a runfully survey all approaches women tho Impression is gaining to tho down condition; nervous, weak nnd I wns nctunlly so nervous mountain, and try to find tho most ground that tho women of the Nallzzy. nrncMualrfo loute to tho top. This tion desire Imniedlato disarmament; hat any sudden nolso or excitement produce n palpitation of my reconunl.n.inio work is tho chief task and would assigned "Whereas, thero is no body of heart that frightened mo. I abso- wny Into tho men now working their tho heart of tho mountains. women with greater right' or better not climb stairs, for to lutely could m qualified to speak on this subject attempt such would thoroughly JAPAN WILL NOT DISARM. than tho mothers, wives, sisters and me. daughters of veterans of the World nnd "I had nervous lieadnchcs A reply has been received at Wnr, such ns'those who comprise tho when thoy came on it seemed that an headquarters from Japan to the Women's Auxiliary of tho American iron hand was. drawn tight nronnil loaguo of nations proposal that all Legion; and my 'head. I now shudder when I powers agree not to Increase their "Whereas, although such women, think of those headnches. My stoI could not ill- - armies and navies during tho next havinc freolv rlsker! nntl in thmiannria mach was weak nnd two years. Tho nnswer is a refusal. of cases lost their loved ones in the ? st tho lightest liquid food. Any Whllo tho Japanese government service 01 our Nation must therefore j food of n solid nature caused nausea "heartily Indorses tho high principle fully realize the horrors of war, tho and tho sickening sensation remain Involved" It expresses the opinion blosslngs of peace, and the desirabiled for hours f h lit Mm mntnnnt line, nnt " v n n...n ity of dlsarmamnt when the proper "My misery was almost uniiear-- 1 "" time comes, nevertheless these woMy sloop was never sound nnd ",,u" "'"" ci,n nlIoru l " able " ,s A was worn out all tho time. My con-- ! carryniBdo cloar tllat Ja'a lntcntls to men, above all others are Impressed out her naval program. with : First, that It took tho ditlon wns Indeed n very doplornblc United States a year to prepare a coone I finally sought treatment In 1IOA' CONSTRICTOR IS ordinate Army and Navy for effeclvp Cincinnati but nothing holpcd mo ono CAITURKD IX IIOISOKI'X service In the AVorld War; second, particle. 1 was on the vorgo ofglv-in- g that had we not powerful allies fight up In despair when a neighbor . New York, Juno 4. Svengall, a ing for us during thn period of prepleaded with me to try Tnnlnc. I obboa constrictor, sleepily dozed In paration, the result might have been tain) d n bottle of the medicine and a cage at tho Ilronx Park Zoo today, dlsas..Mis in loss of lives and possibegan Its nnes. ' I began Improving nt onco and apparently unmindful of the fact that ble defeat to our unprepared forces; to him went tho honor of being the third, that primarily wars are not M)on felt my nervousness and dizzitho result of armament, but, conmy head- largest snako over captured in ness disappearing. Thon trariwise, wars existed heforo armamy aches left mo and I realized Svengall was rudely disturbed ments, and armaments are the result .strength had returned. My nppctlto nnd digestion improved and I am from his slumbers on board the of tho desire not to be defeated In now so much better In every way. steamer Coppename when shipwrights probable wars; fourh, that the presThis Tanlac is a wonderful medloino ropalring tho vessel toro out the ent International situation, as well as and the only ono that ever really p,ank3 "pon wh,ch ho was reining past history, gives no promlso that are lu lped me. I hope every poor woman rhe reptile was not down on the car the dreams of tho vlio Is suffering ns I did will try it go list of the vessel, hut arrived ns a about to be realized and tho days of IXCORrOUATED stowaway. war to end; and fifth, that other naTho theory was advanced that ho tions, some of whoso armaments exORDERS OHIO COUNTY COUIIT that of thru portholo United term: MAYuud, 1021 crawled aboard upon awhich when ceed disarming.the Now, States, arc a tree root ho was not therefore, be Hon. Mack Cook.Tr. O. C. C. Pre- - ' riding floated by the vessel, which it 1 Mtisfti nt n tvintnol n4 Plnmln "Kesolved,'"That the women who r.UUUJ ""61. ng. In In boundary of "'"' fuipliur Springs and Sunnyda'lo vot- - nnvt..uccn Prevalent In the tropics nnd have been so closely touched by war ,l wns tnol,Ght Svengall was washed prefer to pay for armament of a size ing precincts- the and efficiency which will make all naThis day came Fonzo Midklff, Will nihlft when ho took retuEC tions hesitate to attack us, rather IIABDIXG HONORS HERO lanta penitentiary. To workers In many difficulties aro encountered in Hliiton, E. F. Gabbert. J. W. Klrk,root' Tho ,,oa was nned by a fall than to pay vastly more dearly not the plant a communication and transportation. Tico llaker and others, being legal! "oken workmen only hi money, but In lives, in a war An unusnal ceremony took placb at bonus of. two cents a yard will b vot'rs in Sulphur Springs and Sun-- 1 causca when tho nyilalc voting precincts, nnd moved toro awny h,s rest,ns pInce- - and the' of unprepared against tho Whlto Houso when President paid. The bonus will be raised or Harding presented a congressional lowered according to tho amount of the court to have tho, boundaries of """neuiaiciy ooxeu mm up nnu sent forces." said precincts changed nnd the court liim to tho zoo. medal of honor to Gunner R. E. Cox. work tho men turn out. On this balieing sufficiently advised, and being The medal was awarded for "extra' sis it is possible for a man to earn "GET IIEItGDOLL HACK ordinary heroism displayed on April from ?2.50 to $5 a week, which he personally advised of tho necessity FOR FLETCHER'S CLUB" IX SYRACUSE n 13, 1904 when a flro in a powder can take with him when discharged. for said change, sustained tho magazine on the U. S. S. Missouri Tho aim is to encourage tho prisonof said applicants, and It 13 now Syracuse, N. Y., 4. "Get caused the deaths of 33 men and ers, so that when released they will rrdcred and adjudged by tho court back Dergdoll!" This Juno name is the of BIUTISII AVOULD hat tho lino dividing said precincts threatened to detonate the powder." not return to crime. Tho labor COLLECT a club organized hero with Bernard' OLD CONFEDERATE DEBTS Had that happened the ship ho changed nnd that tho' lines when and unions are protesting against the U. Given, of Syracuse, as its charter changed bo ns follows: crew of 600 men would have been plan, as they say it might take some momber. Ucglnnlng at Hough Crook at Slato The London Morning Post publish- lost and it was only thru prompt ac- union man's job away. orIt is the rt:4 were ed an unsigned article in which a tion of the men that Riffle; thence running a straight line, ganization Intention to spread tho thruout the United States. strong claim was made for a southerly direction to tho Hartford FIXED FOR ILLEGAL MINING Wonder? for Me," the pay extinguished. Gunner Cox with two It was formed with tho purpose of ment nnd Dundee public road at Will Hin-ton- 's of the debts contracted in Eng companions risked their Uve3 in tho Declares Ills Lady. bringing Influence to bear upon Secby certain of the Confederate blazing powder and deadly fumes leaving tho said Will Hlnton's For violating an Injunction restrict retary of State Hughes to set in mo- land house In Sulphur Springs voting prestates during the Civil war, said sum and succeeded in subduing the fire. ing mining in certain areas under the "t cuffffrprl for n nntt ways and means by which Grovcr to bo credited to Great Britain in His comrades, who were enlisted city of Scranton, Pa., the People's cinct; thenco down tho Hartford nnd tion with womanly Cleveland Dergdoll, arch draft dodmen, received tfio modal of honor .Coal Co., was adjudged In contempt Dundee public road ns it meanders says Mrs. J. R ger, can bo brought back from Ger- connection with tho war debt to the United States. The sum Is estimated soon after but because, Cox was an of court and fined ?150,000. Over a toward Hartford, to tho dividing lino many Simpson, or 0 spruce to tho United States and forced at $GO,000.000 ant) was borrowed by officer it was necessary that special year ago the Pennsylvania courts orbetween Sulphur Springs, Sunnydalo St.,AshevilIe, N.C. "I in 11.1v thn nnnaltv for tho crlmn for eight finally got to the place dered a coal mine operating under the nnd cast Hartford voting precincts, j Southern states. The writer authority bo granted by congress. ho was where it was an effort for city limits to stop operations as many near Sarah Leo's on said road, leav- which appeal convicted. to said that the opinion prevails in tho will bo made An me to go. I would have ing all voters living on tho south side ARREST FORMER GOVERNOR United States that Great Britain is thousands of dollars worth of damage men, tholr wives, mothers, fnth- - frvltiir in oonann (to fin n bearing-dow- n pains in until roannnol. was being done by cave-insaid public road In Sulphur Springs In adof to esmy side and back -- precinct, and all voters re- - ers and sweethearts Wnandemand thru i bllity. Ho declared that the suggestion S. J. Catts, of Georgia, dition to violating the injunction, the Ififrrnn tho hn pni.ApntAiit tit pecially severe across my siding on tho north sido of said road of selling tho West Indies to the U. S is under arrest on a charge of bribery company was charged with mining of Bergdoll. Neaf and back, and down1 in my In Sunnydalo voting precInct,Nthonco surrender would not be entertained a minute. and peonage. It 13 assorted that coal to which it had no right. who Zlnuner, tho two Americans side there was a great m running groin said road following I whllo In office ho accepted bribes to Germany and attempted to DOG deal 01 soreness. I was k1 PROVES LOVE pardon prisoners, sign or veto cer- - TAGORE TO TEACH IN GERMAN? the East Hartford precinct lino to wont Into nervous and easily tip- plough River creek near Combs' kidnap tho fugitive, will be proposed FOR DEAD MASTER tain bills, etc., and that ho maintain-- , as honorary presidents of tho club. set. bridge. ed a peonage farm in Florida where The great Hindu poet Rablndra- Eugene, Ore., June 4. Proof that prisoners he released were forced tO(nath Tagore, has accepted tho posi- It Is further ordered by the court V. S. "FAYING THE PRICE?" TAKE there is no greater love than that of worii ior uieir ireeuom. saus uemes tlon of Instructor of philosophy in the that Sulphur Springs voting precinct a dog for his master was given by a all tho accusations and claims he Is "School of Wisdom" at Darmstadt, bo known as Sulphur Springs voting In tho closing speech of a two-da- y precinct No. 4, and that Sunnydalo convention held In Chicago to dls- - Scotch collie, which had to be las- prosecuted by political enemies. On ThS Is a school of philosophy on tho voting precinct ho known ns Sunny- dIsa,.mament, W. J, Bryan de- - soed before neighbors could remove being arrested ho was searched and model of tho Greek academy of Pla- black-jac- k 3alo voting precinct No. 36, and it is clared hlg motto was was found to and other great ancient nhlloso- I "uisarmameni the dead body of his master Christian a heavy leaden When leading men set phers. It was founded adjudged by tho by aBreomont if posslblo; by exam-- Wizenrefd, who dropped dead on his In further ordered and by Count examples In lawlessness, It is not Kayserling, a German philosopher, court, that the voting placo In Sul- - plo ,f necessary." The result the farm near here. Yllillt QnlHiin iiaHhh vtvnntMnt Xrt . When neighbors came upon the surprising if the ignorant resort to and financed by tho duke of Hesse, ...ui oj.wiibb uii"b icwiin.i. conference wa3 a resolution urging resbody of Wizonreld, a bo nnd It Is horeby changed from tho presltiont t0 ask England nnd vice nnd crime. who Is also one of the pupils. Tato Sulphur Springs, nnd that pan t0 ngreo to naval disarmament. ident of Lane County, the dog refusgore said humiliated Germany was horea-ttoNATIONAL FATHERS' DAY all elections hold in and ' Mr. Dryan said that "little things" ed to allow them to come close. Afthe best homo for a new school of for Ohio County, Kentucky, In said had blocked us from peaco for two ter he bad been subdued the faithphilosophy. H "I heard ol Cardul and Figuring that Father was not get- precinct be held at Sulphur Springs, years. In urging disarmament Mr ful animal followed tho'hearse twelve 'decided to use it," connnd that tho voting place In Sunny- Bryan declared: "Tho devil taught us miles into Eugene and entered the un- ting a square deal, and deeming that Ocker I want to do something big . tinues Mrs. Simpson. "1 dalo voting, precinct No. 30, remain as to avoid war by arming us to tho dertaking parlor whero it took con- lirt ilnaAtitrnn r n munli ic.uBimiuu iwa ' anu clean ueioro - uie. 1 .id uvso.iw aa mum AAnnUlAn saw shortly it was benesiderable maneuvering to put hiiii Mother, Miss Kate Swlneford, a -- Wash is now at Sunnydalo. It an elephant. Pur- teeth; we obeyed the devil's voice fiting me. so I kent it tin school-gi- rl young of Drewry's DIuff, MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. Cow. and now wo are paying the devil's out. and it did wonders for WfjA Va., originated tho Idea of setting copy attest: W. C. Blankenship, price." A me. And since then I QUADRUPLETS' FAME GROAVS aside the second Sunday In June as Cleric Ohio County Court. AMKHICAN CAPTAIN INSANE have-bee- n glad to praise m "Father's Day;" On a personal visit QUAKERS REVISE RULES Cardul. It is the best Ono of the four children recently to tho governor she secured his au- Word has been received by the l'ARTY STARTS OUT woman's tonic made' The men and women of the Hlck-sclt- o born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salzo J proval of the plan and by his aid so Red Cross that Capt. Emmet Kirk TO SCALE EVEREST Weak women need a I cured a charter for tho "National Patrick, a Red Cross worker who was Friends have voted tomeet to- ot New Hazen, Conn., was named tonic. Thousands and appreciation.' Fathers 'Day Association," of which captured in the Crimea and who has Darjoltng, Bengal, Juno 4. Some-whor- o gether in joint session hereafter, "Warren Harding." In thousands, like Mrs. tangled maze of tho thus breaking a custom maintained of the compliment tho president she has been elected president. 'There, for several months been imprisoned in tho Simpson, have found Cardul of benefit tcrthem. Southern Hlmalyan Mountains, three for moro than 200 years. Thoy havo wrote a letter of congratulation, are just as many good fathors in tun near Moscow, has been driven InTry Cardul for your trouparties of British engineers ore work- - J also llmlnated specific roferenco In which hU namesake will probably world as mothers" she says, "nnd it sane by brutality and terror. Six is time that proper respect for both othor Americans, one a woman, are ble. inr n.Mr wnv thru uncxnlored gorges their "Rules of Moral Conduct" to chorlsh as long as he lives. m g paronts bo observed." Sho must be Imprisoned at Moscow, and the Amand music," and passes towarditho base of Mount dancing, Visitor to Public Library I'd like a very unusual girl. way against which this sect has fought so erican Legion in Poland recently askThey are blazing tho Eiorest ALL to see some on ed President Harding to tako stops for tho expedition that will later this strenuously. The words woro sup- chemistry of standard worksplease.tho BONUS FOR CONVICT fermentation, WORKERS. for their release. It is asserted that summer nttempt to scnlo tho granite planted by the term "doubtful diverDRUGGISTS Llbrnrlau You'll- - have to await they are held simply bcause they are conquer tho sions," and tho interpretation was walls of Everest and To Induce prisoners to take an in- Americans, and that all French, Engto tho individual, 'so that now your turn sir. All tho books we lilghest mountain peakjon the globe. left unworn In use. terest in the work nnd to learn a lish nnd Italian prisoners have been Tho first party to leave here wns each may judge for himself to what havo on that subject are Daugherty has In- releasod. Food has been supplied extent dancing, cards and music aro Just take your place at the end of trade, Atty.-Geby Major Morsehoad, commanded that long line of people over there. augurated a bonus system in the At- - tho prisoners by the Jted Cross, but which proceeded up the Teesta sinful. fELT LIKE AN IRON )ttt4444444444l4mHi " .,:"",?" -.. 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Inlolienrt Mlnuttw of pro- Mrs. Harding Joined in oxpresslng vlmi mcoling rend tu! approved The their sympathy In a messnge sent to convention then organized hy Mrs. Ilert at Louisville. Ing 0nn Shultn Chairman and L. u 1 , Attorney General Daugherty, on I.onry Secretary) lint-'iiix- . hearing of Mr. Hert's death cancelled Eight clauses reported ready to his ongngoments nnd hurried to the sing, anil the lenders wore appointed Several from this place atended tho hotel. Others who reached Mr. Hert'a a committee lo arrange the program Thry decided that each class should burial of Marvin Hoover nt Mt. Car-m- apartment within a short tlmo Includ Self-dum- p Friday. ed Postmaster General Hays, Senator sing thrpp songs In the forenoon and Mr. Ivan Leo Patton nnd Forest Ernst, Senator Watson, John T. three In the-- nftornoon with a quar tette, solo or duct each. While the Ray, of near Owensboro, visited Adams and many others. Senator Ernst Joined with Mr. Chll-- 1 coimnlttPO was out Hon. Slado Taylor friends in this neighborhood Sunday. Rlcheson, Comma ton in making arrangements for tbe Misses Ethel made a splendid talk and Ozna Shults Dalrd and Mrs. Clarence Patton and taking, of the body to Louisville. The delivered tho welcome address. The eight classes aro as follows: family, of near Pleasant Hill, visited senator Is a member of the party acIndependence, Eugene- Hlbhs, leader; at the home of Mrs. Site Patton Sun- companying the body. Senator Ernst spoke with much feeling In referring Hartford, G. J. Christian leader; Wil day. Mr. Nathan Montgomery and fam- to the death of Mr. Hcrt. Mines, Ilort Leo, leader; Hope-- i liams' Wholly riisvlfMi. well, James Kussell, leader; Central ily of ncii Centertown, vhlted her "ItVas a very great privilege to be Grove, Willie I. Iglehoart, leader; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stroube, of one of Mr. Hert's Intimate friends," 1'ond Run, Owen Sandefur, leader; this place Sunday. Mrs. Rosle Chlnn and children, of said Senator Ernst. "He held a wnrm Liberty, Horace Taylor, leader; Jit. lleiman, J. F. Duke, leader. After this placo, aro visiting Mrs. Chlnn's place In my heart. His many qualities all classes had sung, tho convention parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor, of mind and heart greatly endeared Mr. and Mis. Anthony Robertson him to me and to all who knew him. adjourned for dinner, after prayer spent Sunday with their Daughter, Ho was an executive of splendid abil by W J Miller. Mr-- . A. C. Porter, and Mr. Pojter, at ity. He possessed sound Judgment. At 1:30 the afternoon session His success in business and politics villi a duet hy G. P. Jones and Hartford. Mr. N. M. Russell Is spending some was duo solely to his own sterling daughter. They sang "Somewhere." quartette sang time In Daviess County, with his sis- qualities. He loved his friends ns Then Centertown few men do and he had no, greater "Crossing the bar" lead by Marvin ter. Miss Ha.ttio Chlnn visited with her pleasure, than serving them. He was Carlisle Both were excellent. All wholly unselfish. His death takes the other classes had a solo, quar- aunt, Mrs. Mollle Paton, Sunday. Mr. Jim Stogner and family of this from Kentucky one of Its strongest tette or duet and they were grand and place, were guests of relatives near men and one, who, had his life been could not have been excelled. Attrr Mnglng three moro selections Clear Ruh Saturday night and Sun- spared would have done still greater thing for Its welfare. He was carh. the convention was dismissed day. Q loved by nil who knew him. He had Sjttnday afternoon. with prayer by M. G Snoll, to meet Mr. Maxwell Chambers and Taylor BEECH VAIjLEY. friends thruout the United States." the 5th Sunday In July, 1921 at supSenator Watson's eyes glistened Skinner attended the 3It Hermon. The convention also Mr. T. S. Miller attended Quarter- with tears as ho looked on the body per at Phllpot Saturday night agreed to meet at the Fair Grounds In Miss Eula Barker and Mr. Harlen of Mr. Hert while It still rested v on Hartford, July I. All convention is ly meeting at Dundee, Saturday. Miss Alberta Roach visited rela- the bed on which he had died. Rearden visited friends and relatives county aro invited to ns in the One of Colonel Hert's last acts was neir Mt. Eden Saturday night and . bo present. Leaders come and bring tives at Magan Saturday night and I to sign his name to an Indorsement Sunday. your rlases and let us hav an all Sunday. Miss Ernestyne Ralph of Hartford, of Sam Collins, of Whitesburg, for . Mrs. O. T. Burdette has In her posday "Praise tho Lord with Song" serlias returned home after spending state prohibition officer of Kentucky. session the wedding suit of her fath- -' vice "Colonel Hert had told me that he ?r. Mr. Solomon Obenchaln, who was Thr meeting at old Independence wo weeks with friends and lelatlves was feeling piuch better when I gave married Dec. 29, 1S59. It Is In a was Tirely an excellent one and the here. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller and lit- him medicine about ten minutes be- perfect state of preservation being people know .how to 'entertain a degree. tle daughter, Willie Mildred, visited fore the stroke came," said Georee of the finest quality of broadcloth, j In the highest convention 'heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lund. "He was in his usual good We hope to meet with you again. Patton, Saturday night and Sunday. spirits and was laughing with his IX MEMORY. i OZXA SHULTS, Chairman. Mrs. Lee P. Miller is visiting her friends. Because fo wlilsahtf 1.. B. LONBY, Secretary. Of Marvin Hoover, who departed Notf We gave an incomplete re- parents, Mr.mnd Mrs. Win, Smith of friends." this life June 2, 1921. Declined Diplomatic 1N3. port of this meeting last week and near Fordsville. Miss Ernestyne Ralph of Hartford, When In Washington about two Thou art gone, my precious son, puUli.li the above detailed account on Never more to seo your face ind Arzella Magan, of this place, weeks ago Mr. Hert was a luncheon special request. : nent Saturday night and Sunday guest of the President at the Whfte 'Till we meet you o'er the river, WASHINGTON. In that happy dwelling place. with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patton, of House. Mr. Harding had a high reRalph's. gard for Mr. Hert's ability as a buSeveral of tho young people of this Miss Lodellc Magan visited Miss siness man as well as a political Oh! how much I loved you son, country attended tho pound supper .Mary Dever, of Hartford, Saturday leader. Mr. Hert was considered for None but God can ever tell. given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. and Sunday. a cabinet post by Mr. Harding, and Ho has taken you away, Hooker Williams, of Concord vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Herman MIdklff are more recently he had desired to tenForevermore with him to dwell. Saturday night. AH report a very the parents of a baby boy. der him a diplomatic appointment. pleasant time. Mrs. Georgia Norrls, who has been Mr. Hert however, did not care to In the graveyard you are sleeping, Mr. and Mrs. Barnett Tinsley and confined to her bed for some time, leave this country, even temporarily, Peaceful be your sleep, dear one. children of the Alexandria country, Is thought to be a little better. and he declined to accept an oppolnt-nien- t. It's swet to breathe your name, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. In llfo we loved you dearly, Mr. Luni Johnson and family of Indeed, Mr. Hert was a ReJackson, Ky., are moving to their publican who served his party for In death wo do the same. P. Newcomb, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowe and son, of farm, here. i what he could do for It rather than y for what It could do for him. I'hSlpot, spent Satin day and Sunday You shall never be forgoten, A largo crowd attended the meeting here the fifth Sunday In Never from my memory fade., with friends and relatives here. Pat Sullivan, of Wyoming, and Travis and Miss Mamie little May. Rev. Felix J. Sanders, of many other members of the Republi- Loving hearts will ever linger can National Committee, brother Estill of this place, spent fordsville, delivered the sermon. Round the grave where you were expressed Sunday at the homo of Mr. mul Mrs. Mr. Tice Miller of Hardinsburg, their deep sorrow because of Mr. laid. was here on business, last week. It. L. New.comb, of Rose Lynn. Hert's death. Some of the committee HIS MOTHER. Miss Violet Allen was tho guest 4 members first learned of Mr. Hert's of aii.--s Edyth Tinsley, Sunday. SOLDIERS IX SWEET POTATO PLANTS death when they went to his room Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Tinsley and son, UNIFORMS IX EUROPE with the Intention of making a perl'oito Rico nnd Nancy Halls. Fine "PrcnMs Wilburn, spent Sunday with sonal call. Whenever he was In plant.. 200 for Sl.OO; 500 91. 7.1; 1,- Mr. and Mrs. Leamou Lake, of thl3 Paris, June 4. Statistics just pub- Washington Mr. Hert's hotel apart-mo- OOO 9U.75, by mail postpaid. Express place. was always the mecca for his collect 2.00 per M. Tomato plants lished show that there are still no same price. Plant circular free. less than 3,709,115 soldiers under friends. CLEAR RUN. arms In continental Europe without Several of tbe members of the naFKUITVALE NUKSERIES counting Russia. Albany, Alabama. tional committee are planning to go Tbe W. O. W. met at Clear Run With Russia the total amounts to to Louisville to attend the funeral. Siuiti.iy afternoon and decorated the moro than 5,500,000. ROWAN COUNTY. Brave of their dead, anuwcnt from are: JIASOXIC BODY CARLES Tho figures as published S 10,000 TO CHINESE Clear Run to Union GrovS", there to Fiance, 1,305,000; Poland, G00.000;. The farmers of this section are very perform a similar service. 200,-00Switzerland, busy with their farm work, corn Is Italy, 300,000; Washington, June 7. Forty Mr. and Mrs. Archie McCann, of Jugo-Slavl- a looking 20,000; Greece, well considering thf dollars, a donation from the Su- weather. We are needing rain very Omtboro, camo up last Sunday af- 250.000; Bolglum, 105,000; Czecbo- ternoon, lo visit tho latter's father, C Slovakia, 147,300; Rumania, 16 . preme Council, Scottish Rite M :ons, much There is practically no tobac C. Hoover, who was sick. Mr. 000; Spain, 190,715; Hungary, 36, vas cabled today by the SiuJ co set In this section, oats and mea Hoover returned to Owensboro with 000; Portugal, 30,000; Finland, 35,-00to Minister Crano at t'enin dows are very ?iort, good rains In a theui, where ho will be under treatfor aiding the starving Chinese. few days will help some. Germany 100,000; Sweden, ment of nn osteopath for some time. Minister Crane has reported that $1 Holland, 21,500; Bulgaria, Mr. Morris Chumloy of McHenry, 3j.s. L. C. Hoover went to Owenswill keep ono famine victim alive for was here this vwck, mixing with his Austria, 30,000; Denmark, , boro Tuesday to bo at tho bedsldo of thirty days. 15,400. many frlcnd3. m Mr. Artemas Stewart, who was rej n Great Britain baa under arms The children n.d May 13, ono red mll-Str.iv'd cently operated on for appendicitis. Army 030,000; Navy 341,200. and tho many friends of Robert D. cow, has white rear legs, white spot Mr, ritewait Is reported to be getting mm Douglass, surprised him on Juno 4th In tare, fow spots on body, dehoruod along nicely. .MARRIAGE PERMITS by giving him a nlro birthday dinPleaso notify. Mi and Mrs. Charllo Trogdon and RECENTLY ISSUED and 0 yoru old ner, it being his 05th birthday. O. FIEJLDEN, R. danxlitar, unzoj visited Mr. Dan Quite a number of people were pres- Simmons, Ky. Mitchell and faintly, of Bells Run, But fow marriage licenses are be- 49t2p ent and all onjoyed tho occasion very Susday. ing Issued ft oin tho County Clerk's writer hopes ho may much. Tl HERBERT. i Office. Only three being called for witness many moro of these yearly UVIA ROUTE XO. 2 dnco our last roport, as follows: Several from hero nttended tho P. events, t Andrew Hunt, Route 2, Beaver The children and other relatives Several from hero attended tho Dam, to Thelma Crabtreo, Route 2, T. A. nt Walnut Grove Saturday and friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. night. uxorclses at Bolls' ItUtl Unnvnr Dnin. v . Mr. and Mrs. George Holland spent Eldson surprised thsm SUmlay, hy i utto Minor, Fordsville, to Elslo giving them a birthday dinner ut Sunday with Mrs. Sylvanla Jett. Uj . Rhoda Tucker .spunt Satur- Wonterfloltl. Fordsvlllo. Miss Mnttle Bnrnott spont several their home. day rat lit nnd Sunday with Mr. and Hobson Ferguson, Bonver Dam, to days of last week visiting friends tli.T. Oiiih Dodnon. ?pal Cnmpfleld, Beaver Dam. - ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. and relatives in Whltesvllle. Mr. Molllo Mm ray and daughter, Mr. Roy Tyler of Whltosvllle, was Miss Alberta, made a tilp to Owens-UorCHRIST CO.MIXG NEXT YEAR? All porsons having claims against the guoat of Mr. and Mrs. John Rearuna day last week. the estate of Ed Gldcombs deceased, ' trgo crowd nttondod tho funeral According to a prediction of Hu- den Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corloy and will present same to me, properly r,i 'arlal of Mr, Marvin Hoovar, at bert Wallraff of St. Paul, Christ's soc ,M: aruial, Friday. j ml coming will take place April 25, son, Burdette, were guests of Mr. and proven on or before July 1st., 1921 'birthday dlnuar was glvon at 1922. Wulraff, who hag been an In- Mrs. G. M. Burdotte, Saturday night or t'hey will bo forever barred. And all those who know themselves to bo tl' Vune of Mr. and Mrs. Jamo May-- fi valid for 14 yars, during which and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. MIdklff und Indebted to said estate will please call h tlmo ho btudlod the Blblo exhaustiveSunday, In honor of Mrs. d, , Arkansas, are visand settle on or beforo said date. 5fith birthday. ly, predicts a comot will hit Mesopo- daughter of This May 31st, 1921. Mr. aufl Mrs. Thonfas Mahanoy tamia and "devastate India, Persia, iting Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richmond. 'U. S. CARSON, Admr. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers attendtons, Martin nnd Calvin nnd Mrs. Egypt und tho Mediterranean shores" aui Ed Gldcombs, deceased. ed the O. E. S. Chapter at Pellvllle .Alice Aluhuimy gpent Sunday with on tho same day. cm r t It May 29, 1921 .vi called to a m . ly Chairman Oznn prtr Harnett's Creek. Mrs. John Moore, of Owemboro, l visiting her daughter, Mrs., Elmer Wllran. Mr. Harry Mnyfleld, of Ctntrnl rity. upent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Tlldon .Wlgginton and children spent Sunday with Mr. Jerry Wlggtnton and family, of Red Hill. A. T. HERT DIES IN WASHINGTON (Continued from First Page.) n. m mmmm mm HiMiMi ol i Oliver Disc Cultivator, $60, plow cultivators $57.00, Jno. Deere Disc Cultivators $64, Cult. $68.00. Double Shovels $5.25 to $6.00. , Horse Rounders $5.00 to $7.00. Jno. Deere Mowing Machines $78. Jno. Deere Rakes $40 to $50. vel M r Auto seat, rubber tire Buggies $115 to $132. De Laval Separators on easy installments. - Axminster Rugs, 9x12, $35. We buy our Furniture direct from the factory, which means a SAVING to you. be-K- aa J. D. Williams & Sons BEAVER DALVKY. Both Phones. ice-crea- m dl-v- Letu s Overhaul your Car! v7 x N' V x i ' WHWIH Your brakes will be improved if we line them with HARTFORD MOTOR CO., HARTFORD, KY. all-da- . PICNIC! A Picnic will be given by the Association, of the Central Park Graded High School, at the Williams' Mines Park, Parent-Teachers nt 0; d' Saturday, June 11 4 0; 50,-20- 0; 0; 33,-0015,-40- 0; No.-way- gvand-rhlldre- There will be games, foot races, sack and potato races and numerous other amusements. At 10:00 a. m. the McHenry Grays will play Sunnydale, and at 3:00 p. m., the Majesties will meet Rob Roy team. Everyone come, bring your family and have a day of fun. Dinner and refreshments will be served on the grounds. the? HH0aamaMWNBHHBSiBUHHHanMi EAGLE"MIKAD0 I Eu.3-.-T.- w . "5gPVPenca S1H.-.T..T- No. 174 May-1i11- vw ei "" nil ri"E& iMM Wrin x i ur ue"er ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND M.do la five rJc. EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YOF&