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The Hartford republican: March 17, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922031701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 17, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of AH The People of Ohio County. Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV Subscription $1.50 per Ym& NUMBER 38. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 'FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1922. Saturday, March 11, of a complicaas thcro was no other alternative ho TWENTY-THRE- E INFORMATION YOU DEAD tion of ailments. Funeral services MINERS' STRIKE vn3 sent to the penitentiary to Eerve SHOULD POSSESS were held at the family residence IN WAKE OF STORM the sentence. and tho remains burled by the MasonIS SURE, BELIEF (Later Sheriff Ralph, on h,ls reLIFE IMPRISONMENT turn yesterday ntternoon, roported Tormulo Lcnves I'nlli of Wreckage The following compose a list of ic Fraternity, with the usual masonic Anil Death Throng Four Slates that Sublett continued to linprovo the chief officers of tho Nation, State rites, Sunday afternoon at Cadiz. Masons took a part In the In South. mentally during the Journey to Eddy-vlll- e, and Districts not carried In the DiUnion Head And Secretary-Dave- s n decided chango being notlcc-nbl- o rectory In tho Republican's columns. burial ceremony. Of Insanity Probably Plea vicinity of The surviving widow was formerly New Orleans, March 14. At least Confer Without after pnsslng tho Cut this out and retain for refer-enc;Saves Accused From Miss Juliet Thomas, daughter of Mr. Hockport and' Central City, readily twonty-thre- o porsons were killed and , Result. Electrocution. E. P. Thomas of Hartford and Is a taking and devouring food. Before many others wore seriously Injured, Rdstcr of United States Officials Italph left for home "he had been as a result of series of storms, at President Warren 0. Harding, sister of Messrs. J. P. Thomas of Louisville, and Martin D. Thomas, of Informed by the' guards that Sublett places reaching proportions of torna- - regular salary $75,000 per year. Washington, Match 14. Secrctary-o- f Vice President Calvin Coolldge, Falmouth. Each of whom attended Completion of tho evldonco and nr- - had told them why and for how , does, which visited Isolated sections the funeral and burial service's. One Labor Davis and John L. Lewis, Mississippi, Arkansas salary $12,000 per year. .guinCnt of counsel In tho caso of the long ho had been sent up, and that 0f Louisiana, . .. . . . . t son, Thomas, aged 18 years also sur- president of the United Mine Workers, h vs. Jesse suoieii, no una ouiorwiso convursuu ...141. and' Oklahoma las night and early Cabinet Commonwealth exchanged views today on the threat today. Secretary of State Charles E. vives Mr. Pursloy. charged with tho murder of Leo H. them. So It appears that the ening situation In the bituminous coal The heaviest loss of llfo reported' Hughes, salary $12,000 per year. of tho town of ty was only a game of chance with Marshal Industry, and1 both were aald after Secretary of Treasury Andrew W. EXAMINATION FOR P. M. was at Oowen, Okla., where twelve Rockport, somo weeks ago, was had 'the murderer.) AT Mclli.Mll APRIL 8 their conference to be of the. opinion ' persons wore killed when a tornado Mellon, salary $12,000 year. Tiinsilnv nftornnnn a't near 4 o'clock. I swopt thru the foreign section of the Secretary of War John Vf. Weeks, that a national strike In tho union Uoth the Commonwealth and defense METHODIST PAY-U- P The Civil Service Commission has j fields was Inevitable. Mr. Lewis as- WEEK OX CENTENARY village last night. Many others were salary $12,000 year. attorneys consuming two hours each I slightly Injured. Attorney General Harry M. Dau- - announced thnt an examination of SUred Mr. Davis again of the wllltng-appllcaIn argument of the caso. W. O. McHen- - nes3 0l the 'miners' union to open for Posimactc;-a- t On March 26th the Methodists, In Slx negroes were killed when the'gherty, salary $12,00 year. of Greenvlllo made tho legal' Smith ry will be held at GREENVILLE April negotiations for a new national wago congregations will have Btorm passed thru the northeastern Postmaster General Dr. f lent for Sublotk on a nlea of Insanity all of their 8th 1922 under executive order of contract, a proposition which mlno and urged tho commitment of tho1 a special program, presenting what sectIon of Jefferson. County and tho Worth, salary $12,000 year. operators are refusing to entertain. Secretary of Navy Edwin Denby, date, May 10, 1921. prisoner to an Insane asylunii while has been dono through the auspices southeastern section of Lonoke Coun- Applicants must submit to the exThe ty( Ark( eariy today, At- - of tho Centenary Movement. salary $12,000 year. Later Mr, Lewis declared tho ces' Olover Carey, Commonwealth's Secretaryi of Interior Albert B. aminer on the day of examination sation of work in the union mines t Sulphur, Okla., two white-- men torney, urged that tho death penal- - sormon and addresses will all bear their photographs, taken, within the after April 1, was "coming about auty be given. The Jury was given tho upon this one Important subject, and wero killed late yesterday. Nineteen Fall, salary'$12,000 year. Secretary of Agriculture Henry two years past, securely pasted in tho tomatically," and asserted that "a caso and placed In charge of Doputy tho week following a united errori j others wero seriously Injured and. space' provided on the admission bold commercial policy of the opera ' Sheriff Gcorgo P. Jones, but did not will bo put forth to collect up all SCores suffered slight Injuries. Prop- - W. Wallace, salary $12,000 year, Secretary of Commerce! Herbert cards sent them after thoir applica- tors for which the. public must pay" arrive nt n verdict until shortly be- - subscriptions to tho Centenary fund j erly damage Is estimated at $100,- -. tions are filed. was in part responsible. 000. Fifty buildings were destroy- - Hoover, salary $12,000 year. fore noon Wednesday, which was con- - not paid to date. Application forms and full inforSecretary of Labor James J. Davod and 200 people left homeless. Ho Attacks Operators. finement In tho Penitentiary during mation may be procured from the Eight homes were wrecked at Sun- is, salary $12,000 year. "If there is no conference,betwocfn the remainder of his natural life. The CIRCUIT COURT rise, a vlllago two miles north of Supremo Court of the United States McHenry Office or by writing the the miners' union and the operators," verdict ivns arrived nt uy compromise FINALLY CLOSED Baton Rouge, a negro woman and her "Win., Howard Taft, Chief Justice, United States Civil Fervlce Commis- he added, referring to the bituminous bolng reported that oplnions.-J- t of sion, Washington, D. C. Situation, "there can be no waga salary $15,000 year. child killed. four or more of tho Jurors wero for whllo Shields Murder Case hot Over lo May penalty Twelve persons 'were Injured, a contract drawn up. If there Is no Win. R. Day, Associate Justice, Inflicting the death Tcnn; Dm- - to IUnro of Prc-- n wago contract, there won't be any number seriously when the storm salary $14,500, year. somo wero for a 20 year sentence and j TEACHERS' SCHOOL OR coal dug siding Judge, Joseph MpKenna, Associate Justice, struck Corinth, Miss., today. More after April 1st In Union few favoring even a lighter sen- INSTITUTES WHICH? rafne;: than 150 homes wero levelled. Tho salary $14,500 year. tence Mr. Lewis accused mlno, operators' Oliver Wendall Holmes, Associate The prisoner Is cither Insano ori Aside from the disposal of the storm swept a path more than 100 Teacher's Institutes were estab- associations which havo sought local l lias been making a pretty good Job Sublett murder case, not much busl- - fcet wide razing every building In Us Justice, salary $14,500 year. Atnltirr Inufinltv rlurlnfr fliA nnflt . nnaa ftnl fionn trn n anrt ori hv thft ntr- - rntVi Dnnnrra frnm mitlvinf?o districts w '"- -' Willis VanDevanter, Associate Jus lished to aid in teacher training. conferences with the union looking " VII iVIhlllllh uuasaiQ j ..- iuohwh v..rf- ll.i3 iuu u . Jimm fv u They last five days. They are corn- - to the construction of district conf w .. .. -, ... .nu.' wRnks ns ho hml for Hays refus- - nult. Colirt since- our 'last report,' un , tnll- of considerable nronerty damage. Hcr.r salary S14.S00 year "'I Judge Wilson has Mahlon Pitney .Associate Justice, pulsory. Each teacher pays a fee of tracts of "playing for position" and drink, being, to all ap- - to yesterday. An aged negro man was killed and cd food and from one to two dollars, 'iney are "shooting propaganda." Operators pearnnce wholly oblivious to every- - been Indisposed during 'the greater several negroes wero slightly Injur-thln- g salary.$14,500 year. ovorybody. Not for onco portion of tho present term of court , Pd and a score of houses destroyed at C. McReynolds, Associate i usually held after tho 6penlng of tho jn certain districts he Insisted, 'would James and rural schools. The teachers are paid like to get an exclusive right to the. during Ue trial proceedings taking and was forced.' to adjourn last week- - Arkansas City. Ark., early t6day. Justice, salary $14,500 year. Only meager details are available any notice? of what was going on, 0nd. Ho resumed Court Monday Louis D. Brandels, Associate Jus- - their salaries while attending lnstl- - coal, market after April 1, when all tute, and the pupils lose this time sitting with his head down and nl- - but his condition was not much, If from the sections' visaed by ihe tlco, salary $14,500 year. other mines are shtit up," but could twitching his any, Improved. For that reason the storm on' account of the damaga, to continuously H. Clarke, Associate Justice, Thus Instead of a six months term pu- not make wage contracts until the John mot ' pils actually are taught but five basis for a national scale had been against wlro communication and It Is feared salary $14,500 year. s and other parts of his body. case of the Commonwealth k months and two weeks. laid by a wage contract In the central , Legislative The Insanity plea and general appear- - Marvin Shields, charged with kill- - the death toll will bo greatly increa3 ' competitive, field, "which will deter- Cost of Institutes Membership of Senate, 96, salary ance of the prisoner evidently sav- - ng Watt Ranney, was continued to eo when complete rctiiiss are avail of a teacher's mjne the wages, costs thefr competl-anriu- al Little effort has been made. $7,500 per year each wltti mileage. tho May term of court, The court able. od him from going via salary is paid for attending tors nave to mee.t, and fix. the Membership of House, 435, salary adjourned yestorday at noon. to estlmat-- j tho 'iruperty dbm.ige,, halr. ' : That means that the State tlonshins in tho coal market." In the action of tho Commonwealth ( w hlch lnclud.es dani.ig" to crops and $7,500 per year each with mileage. t,. On tho dato of tho murder, Sublett, wo- - destruction of livestock. Speaker of House Frederick A. pays each teacher that attends Frightening Consumers who lived In Muhlonburg County, at vs. Dr. I. L. Denton, detaining a an average of $19. "coal Glllotto, salary $12,000 per year. "Meanwhile," he declared, 2dartwlck, or at least near Rockport, man etc., on trial at press hour last .. tn- - C1KA rtfl wna ron.i ,1 it Kentucky Present Senators (U. S.) Thus the Institutes cost the State companies can make a lot of money," u. Tu.w ...- - .cu&, ..nMrtlM. came 10 1110 lauer- pmce, mm' uskcu umiu GEORGE COLVIN TO A. O. Stanley and Richard P. annually 11,000 rural and graded by refusing to enter conferences, the slain Marshal to arrest his step-,- dered by the Jury. A number of default Judgments SPEAK AT CROMWELL Ernst. "getting out strike scares and frightteachers at $10, making $110,000. daughter, upon somo sort of charge-The Institutes cos"t each child five ening consumers Into paying high Kentucky has eleven representabut was Informed that a warrant of havo been entered and cases of minor State Superintendent of Public In- tives In the lower house of Congress. days of school; or 340,000 children prices for coal." .arrest would' be necessary and as tho Importance disposed of. He also insisted thaT district alleged charge wns committed out of j Judge Wilson has appointed Mrs. struction, George Colvln, will deliv- Ben Johnson, of Bardstown, Is the five da'ys each, making 1,700,000 days. of the miners', union, ex-- ' Rockport, and Ohio County, no war- - A. K. Anderson Official Court Ste- - er an address at the Auditorium in 4th District representative. cost the State annually cept In Illinois, were supporting their building, by tho Police nographer and Miss Amelia Plrtle tho consolidated Officers Institutes State Executive school mnt could be Issued Examiner, each of whom have been;Cromwen tns evening at 7 o'clock. Governor Edwin P. Morrow, sal- $209,000; teachers $110,000; chil- national officials In demanding the Judge. Later It Is said that-SublCecil H. Heavrln wno re-t- y Prof. Colvln Is a forceful and pleasing ary $6,000 per year. dren 1,700,000 school days. national settlement. decided ho would have another par- - qualified. Summer Schools Mr. Lewis came here today from. Lieutenant Governor S. Thruston arrested, a citizen of Rockport, cently graduated from the Law sp'eaker and his address Is certain to A summer school lasts six weeks; Illinois, and after his conference- - wltH and Marshal Phorson accompanied School, University of Kentucky, has be worth all the trouble necessary to, Ballard State Treasurer James A. Wal- - It does not conflict with the school Secretary Davis, left with several retake In. order to hear him. Everythe condemned man to the office of been admitted to tho bar. difficulty was met In body Is cordially Invited to attend. necessary term. It will cost the State approxi- presentatives of the National Union Considerable lace. the Judge to procuro tho mately $50,000 annually ,to maintain for New York, where the general State Auditor John J. Craig. warrant, and upon reaching the of- - procuring tho Jury to try Sublett, nevor which was composed of the, following Attorney General Charles I. Daw- summer schools In the various coua-!e- s. scale committees of the union and the IiEONAUD PAGE for reasons flee Sublett, ' son. brought out In tho trial, without citizens: A. B. Grant, F. M. Baize, anthracite operators- are In session Secretary" of State Fred A. Leonard Pago, whose serious HI warning, drew' a gun and shot the! J. W. Cheek, George Baltzell, T. H. It will bring teacher training op- to consider terms of a new wago con"" blood, Chlnn, Luther Chapman, Wm. Flener, ness of tubercular trouble we men- Vaughn. portunities within the reach of the, tract, In apparent cold Marshal t S. Cecil, Lon Smith, tioned a few weeks ago, died at the J. I. Mllburn, J. Supt. Public Instruction George teachers both In distance and) cost. shooting In all, six times. Suspension Is Likely. ; Exactly the same credits will be The fact that ,tao motive for tho H. H. Westorfleld, and Hiram Miller. home of his mother, Mrs. C. W. Ev- - Colvln. New York, March 14. Anthracite given f or work dono In the summer miners and operators will meet in ans, at Moberly, Mo., Sunday, March of Agriculture Commissioner lrilllng was decidedly shown, In all schools as in tho State Normals. probability helped the accused man. ERSEL LEON BENNETT 12th. His remains were conveyed to.Wm. C. Hanna. Joint conference tomorrow, with litYIELDS TO PNEUMONIA Elkton, Ky., for interment Tuesday.) The proposition Is simply this: Clerk Court of Appeal Roy B. Al least it Is safo to say that Inability tle prospect of reaching an agreement, Teachers' Institutes lastlng-flv'- e The deceased Is a nephew of Mrs. C. Speck. to show a clear motive and tho In on a wage scale before the expiration Commlssloner--Jam- es Ersel Leon Bennett., 17 years, 7 E. Smith, city. He contracted tuber-- ) days, costing the State $209,000, sanity displayed, whether' feigned or Insurance of the present contract on March 31. costing teachers $110,000 and cost which will mean a suspension Teal had quite a, bit to do with the months and 17 days of age, yielded to culosla while In tho navab service of p. Ramey. of. findings, and as usual In such cases, ) pneumonia, following measles Secretary State Fair tho United Mates Government during f. Carney ing children 1,700,000 school days, mining in the Pennsylvania hard coal or summer schools, lasting six weeks, fields until a satisfactory arrangeEach side had exports ox- - day morning, March 12 at his the war wlthGermany, and was treat-- . Cross. ' the man and testify as to their 'porary home In Hartford, where he, ed In Government hospitals at Fortj Adjutant General Jackson Mor- - costing teachers nothing, costing the ment has been arrived at. State $50,000 and costing the cull their testimony was almost entirely with his mother, brother andl sister, Lyons and Denver, Colorado,, but tho rls, This was the opinion of operators Banking Commissioner James P. dren no' loss of time. different; as to the mental condition I were residing during tho school year. malady failed to respond to treatment ancTmilners here tonight. A suspen--sl- on Young Bennett was. a member of and a Iew weeks ago ho was removed Lewis. of the accused. woulu not mean a break in, neState Geologist and Forester W. RELIGIOUS TOLERATION gotiations. It Is said that Sublett exhibited tho Junior class, Hartford Jllgh to the home of his mother. Twice before In tho hisRESULT OK WORLD WAR tory of wage conferences In this In- - ' , signs of comlng-t- o after tho verdict , School, president of tho class, VIco R. Jlllson. Kentucky R. R. Commissioner METHODIST SERVICES was road to him, and ho returned ,, President of the Henry Clay LlUr-t- o dustry operators and miners continuWashington, March 16 When tho ed tho discussion of wag contracts to First District Frank N. Burns, Jail. He also continued to show a nry Society, advertising manager of cornerstone of the first Mohamme a satisfactory conclusion while the According to an agreement bet Pnducah. better fram of mind enroute to Bea- - tho School paper und a regular guard Sherman Coop- dan Institute and mosque to bo erect collieries remained Idle. Second Dlstrlct--- J. vor Dam.' Ho attenipted to cut an on tho Basket Ball Team. He wns a tween tho pastors of tho Baptist artery In ono of his arms Tuesday young man of oxemplary habits, rank- - an(i Methodist churches and J. H, er, Somerset. ed in France waa laid March 1 in It Is understood from tho company using n piece of sharp tin. He lng ns one of tho best students of villlams, of tho christian church, E. C. Kash, Jack- - Parla with Impressive ceremonies, side that tho operators are all opposDistrict Third night, both Christian and Mussulman of- ed to considering a wago Increase at first toro his shirt sleeve off. sup- - ' the school and much admired by both anU on tne suggestion of Rev. Wal- -' son. ficials took part. posedly to prevent It from becoming classmate and teacher aa weir as by ker, It was decided! that tho regular Court of ApprnlH. this time, Somo operators woro at all Sunday morning service favorably to renewing tho Prominent divines In tho Nation's Terra eight years, Balary $5,000. saturdated with blood and the conso- - all who knew him personally, Funeral services wero held at tho churchea in town should be held durCapital have expressed much Inter- contract about to expire, whllo others quont discovery by others. Rollln Hurt, Chief Justice. In years Hartford M. E. Church at 11 o'clock, ing a rovlval at any of the churches W.' E. Settle, Justice. proceeding est in this somewhat unusual happen- were said to b? firm for n reduction. No court t ing. "It Is a new evidence," said Thomas, Justice. brought out such a largo concourse, A. M. Monday, by tho Revs. T, T. the same as at any other time. There All efforts on the part of operators Gus after fore there will be service at the Meth the Rev. Albert R. Hammond, "of tho to decrease wages will be bitterly Ernest Clarke, Justice. of witnesses and the curiously lnclln- - Frazler und R. D. Bennott, spread of religious toleration in placo fought, union loaders said tonight, F. D. Sampson, Justice. ed as did this. During most of the which the. romalns were, doposltod lni0djst ci,urCh next Sunday at 11 a. m., of the ancient Intolerance which dic- "thoro must bo no backward step," Wm. Rogers Clay, Justice. tlmo consumed in tho trial the Court Oakwood Cemetery. Tho tomb was ( but there wll be no eV0nIng service. was packed and Jammed to the profusely covered by loads or norai Chas. A. Mooreman, Justice. tated that man must worship his God the slogan uttored by President T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. house ot State Senator, 7th District com? according to the dictates of tho state John L. Lewis at tho convention of , limit, at tlmea standing room could .tributes, offerings from his class-n'mates, teachers and friends. The pall ETHEL GILLIAM: posod of Butler, Ohio andMuhlenburg rather than of his conscience'.'.' tho anthracite miners in January, Is bo found. I bolng hero by tho memcounties George Baker, of Central Sheriff G. A. Ralph accompanied bearers wero members of tho Junior Messrs. Virgil Miss Ethel Gilliam, aged 23 years, Cjtyt- NOTICE TO TEACHERS bers of (ho scale committee. tiv R A. Barnard left with Sublett and Senior classes: Dis- nnil another prisoner, Will Calloway, Crowe, Herbert Porter, Junior Shults, ' 1 month and 7 days, died at thp j Representative Twtlnty-firTAX NOTICE Tho sixth months' pay for teachEddyvllle, Wednesday afternoon. Otis Ashby, George Depruler and Ar-- home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. trlct, composed of Ohio County Ira for I Tho 1922 taxes aro now due tho J. L. Qllllam, near Sunnydalo, March jones. ers has been allowed and chocks Tho latter was convicted of breaking nold Likens. have been written and will be sent City of Hartford and must be paid L Into the Depot at Rockport al tho j Tho father and mothpr, Mr. and 15th, of organic heart trouble. Mis3 W. J. PUllSLEY the teachers send In before tho first day of April in orout as soon--a"November term of Court and owing Mrs. Estill Bennott, ono brother, Wil- - Gilliam had been in ill health during their record books properly filled der to avoid tho penalty that attaches alleged ago was sent to tho bur and ono sister, little MIbs Lottie ' the past sovoral months. to his W, J. Pursloy, aged 52, died at his out. on that date, 36t2 Burial of tho retnalnB took place echool of Reform but tbo officials Bellq survive the decease young D. S. BENNETT, Collector. homo in Cadiz, la the forenoon of yesterday afternoon at Sunnydalo. MRS. I. S. MASON S. S. O. C. could not take him and . man, their home bolng near Beaa. , would not or JESS SUBLETT GIVEN e: .. ' tnsanl-Fherso- n, I I , I , nts j ' w - w . -- c I rela-Instltu- te. .- u-- '...i. J ' - Sun-.vqrdl- ct. no tdm-aml- I S st -- s win n rmmMmmm years, beginning with 1911, one- -' growers of such types to act with 'to the Hoard of Directors of the wmimizjvmafmm-jumembers of the Board on tho reaper snclatlon when organized; and shall fifth of tho preferred Btock, or ono tlvo Selling Commlltoos of Three, thereupon turn over to, tlu Assocla-wll- h class thereof, nnd sufficient amounts headquarUrs at tho appropriate tlon any balanco remaining In its for Intorcst, taxes, lnsurnnce, depreMARKETING PLANS ' hands, frco of obligation. brnnch office. If It Is not ciation, betterment nnd commercial organized, sucTi balance hnll bo and secondary charges, nil ns tho diEach Soiling' Committee shall stu-'s- n rectors of tho association may In- -' dy tho problems of tho particular prorated among tho signers hereof, Dark Producers' Agreement typo of tobacco grown by mombors Committee Authority, struct, and limit the corporation and 1I5. (a) Wo do htroby authorize not otherwise; nnd tho corporation and shall act In an advisory capacity In For Subscribe For Your Home Paper to tho Hoard of Directors of tho As- - tho Organization Committee, as tho will Issue to tho association common Three tates. soclatlon on the problems and poll- -' reproentntlvo of all subscribers, to capital stock equivalent to all payTHE Inter- cles affecting suoh type, and all ?alc take such steps as It may dem prop ments ndvanced ospeclnlly in Kentucky, Tennessee est, redomptlon of stocks. shall be mnde generally under the r, Wc. Organize A Nonprofit CooperaThe corporation will agree to do rection ,'f tho rospectlvc Soiling Com- Indiana and any other dark tobacco tive. Association to Hell (hir To- growing States, to secure subscrib no buying or selling of tobacco wlint- mittee. Imcni Intelligently. ers hereto ;and, when tho adequate soever. Officer. nnd Employees Homleil The undersigned propose to or(c) All offlcehs nnd omployeos number hns been secured, to hold priPublic Warehouses. ganize a nonprofit Association, wlth-o- of the Association who handle funds mary elections nnd have the signers (I) Any warehouses shall bo conAND capital stock, for the purpo30 or negotiable Instruments shall be select delegates to elect tho organiz- ducted as a public warehouse, with tho dark types tobacco adequately bonded. ing directors from among growers such, charges ns may bo Imposed thru of marke-tlnfor reducing speculasubscribing hereto; to namo two tem- an official body or with such charges liO.cnl Brunches To Ho Maintained. tion; for stabilizing tobacco markets; S. Informal local branches of the porary public directors; and to take as are genernlly prevalent In tho disand collectively Association shall and all steps necessary nnd advisable to trict; and any profits mado from bo created for handling tho problems of tobacco maintained In every district, county organize the Association. , such operation as a public warehouse Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. growers, nnd for other pertinent pur- and central locality. Each district To Keep Up Organization 'Work, shall bo utilized for payment of overposes. (b) Tho Association, when organ- head expenses of tho corporation. shall have its own officers, who may (J) The association will rnlso tho I attend the meetings of tho Board of ized shall make every reasonable efWe Agree With Each Other Director ai.d act In an advisory capa- fort to seciiro signatures of addition- funds to retlro'each class of profer- -' Wo, tho undersigned, in consideraal growers to the standard Marketing red stock and pay dividends on stock city. tion of tho premises and of our by deductions from tho marketing The Association will provide uni- Agreement. undertakings and of tho agreeproceeds of tho members generally i Finance nnd Plants for Storing ment of each and evory party hereto, form rules for such branches. or within tho respective districts In Tobacco. One Man One Vote. do hereby agrco as follows, each for 16. (a) After duo Investigation which or for whoso use or benefit tho 9. Every member ot tho Associahimself and collectively for the express benefit of and as the Associa- tion shi'li have one vote. the. Association may cause a ware- warehouses, etc., nrs acquired or built A metropolitan daily paper that contains a com-, housing or other corporation to be nnd operated, as tho directors may detion to be organized: Entrance Eee, ?.". plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. termiue conclusively. Wc Agree. To lie Members. 10. Every member shall pay an organized In any community or disGet Credit For All DeducState news from correspondents in all parts of Kenorganization fee of $5.00 trict, or generally whero any such Growers 1. Wo will become membesr of entrance or tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news tions To Kctlrc Stork. Is Indicated, for tho purpose of iu cash; or, at his option, by his note need tho Dark Tobacco Growers' (k) As tho preferred stock Is rc- of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marproceeds of his leasing, purchasing or constructing Assor.nyablo out of the Association, a nonprofit and operating warehouses, drying or tired tho association will calculatoj ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaciation, without capital stock, to bo tobacco or by January 1, 1923. curing, or rehandling plants, store- the value of tho contribution from organized under tho laws of the ble authorities on these special subjects. Articles Of Incorporation anil houses or factories, or other places to each grower's tobneco toward such Stato of Kentucky. Does it mean anything-tdry, handle, treat, rehandle, process, retirement and toward payment of di- -' you to be supplied with Only Growers Or Landlord 11. Tho Association shall conflno manufacture and warehouse or store vldcnds; and the corporation will a daily newspaper that interests every member of 2. The Association may Include itself to tho problems and marketing any or all of the tobacco delivered credit and issue from time to time to the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you In its membership any tobacco grow- of tobacco and tobacco products only by members of the Association. The each such member common stock in want in addition to your local paper. er, including the landlord or tenant and for its members only. It shall Association, in all such cases, shall an equivalent amount, nt the book or lessor or lessee of land on which have suitable Articles of Incorpora- endeavor to acquire or lease existing value thereof, as conclusively estabIf you also desire the Sunday Herald add 52.50 to as prepared by Its tobacco is grown, provided the land tion and warehouses and plants, especially lished by tho directors of tho associa your remittance. part of Incorporating Directors, stating the where they lord or lessor receives all or tion, as soon as the aggregate deducafe owned by growers. purposes and powers of the Associathe rental in tobacco. Order your subscription through (b) Such corporation shall have tions equal tho book value of one or 3. The affairs of the Association tion; the rights and duties of meman appropriate name. Indicating the more shares. THE REPUBLICAN, shall he controlled by a board of 25 bers; manner of forfeiture of mem- district; and shall have common capiMarket lug Agreement Is Here Directors; and the legal office of the bership; value of property. Interest tal stock nnd preferred capital tock Hartford, Ky. Accepted. Association shall be at Hopkinsvllle, on withdrawal and any other neces- and serial bonds, In amounts estimat17. (a) Tho subscriber agrees to Kentucky; and operating offices shall sary, pertinent and important points ed as sufficient for their purposes bo bound by the terms of the follow-- 1 bo at Paducah, Kentucky; Owensboro, of organization as determined by, the by the directors of tho Association. Agreement. Kentucky; Organization Committee of tho Board Association Cannot Put Up Plant ing Marketing Kentucky; Henderson, For such purpose, signature to this tho Association, at the warehouse or tholr deliveries to each pool, Howling Green, Kentucky and Clarks-vlll- of Directors. controlled or specified by the . monts to b mado from time to time Association Contract shall be deemAuainst Desire of Members. Organ Iznt ion Committee. Tennessee. ed to 'all effects tho same as signa- Association; or at the nearest ware- until all tho accounts of each pool are (c) The Association shall send a Twenty-thre- e 12. The? Association shall be orDirectors ture to the said Marketing Agreement house, If tho Association controls or sottied. 4. (a) The members shall elect ganized by an Organization Commit-te- o written notice to every member in and as acceptance by the Board of specifies no warehouse or plant In. Tho Association may contract with generally, notifying that district or composed of the following. twenty-thre- e Directors from among mo ,ssociauon, as oi me that Immedlato district; or by ship- the ownors of redrying plants to This committee may increase its the members of the Intention to or- - erectors oi members actually residing and growspecifying date of mailing notice thereof to the ment, as directed, to the Association; dry and store tobacco delivered by the ing tobacco in districts to be fixed membership from time to time as Kanlze such a corporation, subscriber, at his address as noted and by delivery to the Association or members of tho Association. equitably by the Organization Com- may be deemed necessary. It may the amount of capital stock involv- - below. tho Indorsed wnrehouso or othor re- Tobacco Sold Whero Mont Profitable. mittee on the basis of the tobacco elect new members in place of any ed; nature of plants; location of ceipts or bills of lading, properly diS. The Association may sell tho Application for Memlershlp. produced by the members actually who may resign or bo unable to act plants and specific purposes. said tobacco, within or without tho (b) The subscriber here applies rected. The members shall have one week and tako Such steps as It may deem signed up prior to incorporation. United States, directly to manufactv Poor Tobacro Is I'ciiull.od. for membership In tho Association, (b) Each district shall Include ap- advisable to secure subscribers for within which to signify their dissent when organized, and expressly agrees (b) Any deduction or allowance turers'or exporters or otherwise, at plan. If, proximately tho same estimated pro- this agreement and members of the or disapproval ot such a signature to this Association or loss that tho Association may make such time and in such form nnd upon shall within one week after tho mailing of tbat his Tho Committee duction as any other district; but Association. by the Association, the Contract and to the- Marketing Agree or suffer on account ot inferior grade, such conditions and terms ns It may counties within each district shall be have an Executive Committee of sev- such notices ment, herewith embodies, and to this quality or condition at delivery shall deem profitable fair nnd advantaen members, with Robert W. Bing- majority fall to file written notices of application kept intact. for membership, shall be bo charged against the grower In- geous to the growers; and It may sell AsDirectors, ham, Chairman and six others to be such disapproval or dissent, tho (c) The twenty-thre- e all or an7 part or the tobacco with sociation shall proceed with its pro- Irrevocable, except as provided In dividually. devote shall choose two selected later, and td conduct the by a two-thiror through any othor ngoncy estabparagraph thirteen; and that he so corStandardize Method. directors at large, one from each of tailed affairs of organization work; gramme and shall organize the agrees in order to induce other growmarketing poration as Indicated. (c) The Association shall make lished for tho the States of Kentucky and Tennes- to open headquarters; to make neces(d) The Organization Commit- ers to sign this agreement for his rules and regulations and provide in- ot tho tobacco ot other growers, unsee, to represent the Interests of the sary expenditures and to do any and benefit as well as their own general spectors or graders to standardize der such conditions ns will serve the public on tho General Board. These all things Incident and necessary to tee may arrange such plan and send growers and tho any benefit nnd the public welfare. and grade tho quality and method Joint interest of tho Directors need not bo growers of to carry on the membership campaign. out such notices accordingly p at (c) Acceptance) of this application has time after the minimum sign-uhandling, curing and public; and any proportionate ex and manner of It will have and exercise all the pow bacco. penses connected therewith shall bo for membership and of the Marketing ers of tho full Organization Commit- been secured and announced, tho no- Agreement shall bo deemed conclu- shipping such tobacco; and tho grow deemed marketing costs under paraMembers Choos-- Delegates. 7 tices of dissent to be filed within one agrees to observe any such rules er (a) Tho members In each tee when said committee Is not in sesweek after mailing of notices of the sive upon the mailing of the notice and regulations and to adopt the graph six. county In each district stall meet an- sion. and: such mailby tho Association; grading established by tho State and of Production Must Be - For this purpose, tho Organization ing and notice nually Tor a primary election, to bo shall bo conclusively Federal authorities and the Assocla- - The Association Can Italse Money plan by tin Organization Comr.iltte'es. as, Signed Up. i To Make First Pajment to Gniiv- held in the county and conducted established by the affidavit of tho tion. j ,.rs. 13. (a) By October 1, 1922, or Committee shall have the rlgut to Secretary of tho Association. whoro and when specified by tho DAssociation, when organizPool by Tjpo and Grade. 9, Tho grower agrees that tho irectors; and shall select one delegate such extended dato as herein provid- bind the or disap- DARK TOBACCO GROWto such dlss-n- t 5. Tho Association shall pool or Association shall have absolute title for every million or majority frac- ed, signatures of tobacco growers of ed subject mingle the tobacco of tho grower to the tobacco upon delivery thereof; persons eligible for raembe.rsb.ip, cov- proval by members. ERS' tion of a million pounds of tobacco grade and of the ag- Common Stock Only Grower Memrepresented In the preceding year by ering at least ASOCFATION MARKET- with tobacco of a llko type, samo crop and that the Association shall borrow bers dm Own. county. Tho said gregate production of dark tobacco quality delivered In the money In Its nnmo on tho tobacco, the members In such ING AGREEMENT. year by othor growors. Tho Asso- thru drafts, acceptances, Tho authorized common (o) delegates shall then meet where, In Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee, notes or in ciation shall classify tho tobacco and otherwise, or on any warohouso re When and as instructed by the Direc- in 1921, shall not have been secured stock shall ultimately exceed Member's Agreement With tho Its classification shall be conclusive. ceipts or bills of lading or upon any tors, and shall select one member in for this agreement, tho Organization amount the authorized preferred" Association. Tho tobacco delivered in any crop accounts for the sale ot tobacco or each district to be presented as the Committee shall so notify every sub stock. The- common stock shall be Tho Dark Tobacco Growers' Co- year' to any point at the order of the n any commercial paper delivered to represent sucli district. scriber at his address noted below, sold only to members of the Associanominee a nonprofit Association shall bo handled In ono theroforo. Tho Association shall Such nominee must bo elected as D- prior to October 15, 1922, and his tion at par; but no memliHr shall pur- operative Association, pool; and the minor pooh shall rat0 the money so recoived among the tho general meeting; and signature and tho agreement signed chase originally or directly more than Association, hereinafter called tho irector at by type, then by grado and ' growers equitably, as a may dcter-quallthree shares. Tho common stock Association, first party, and the un- first all votes cast at tho primary meet- by him shall bo deemed canceled. party, Binding Agreement. within each type. have all the voting powor of dersigned Grower, second j nilne ings Bhnll be deemed cast for all such tor each district and porlod. ot agree: Association will Itehell. (b) If the signatures of the grow- th't corporation. dellvory. nominees. Marketing. C. The Association agrees to ro-- i This Is for l'refcmyl Stock Has So Vote. ers ot said shall bo securVoting By Mail. The Association agrees to accept capital stock 1. The grower Is a member of soli such tcbacco, together with to- - dratt3 drawn acalnst It hv tho erow- (f) The prefonc-'(u) If unablo to attend; tho mom-Ue- rs ed by the said dato, October 1, 1922, may vote at such primary meet- or such extended date, then this suall be divided into five equal class- tho Association and Is helping to car- bacco of llko typo, grade and quality, or for any amount specified nnd by other growers under j tormlned by it, upon dollvory of ing by mall on a signed ballot pre- agreement shall bo binding upon all es, all bearing eight per cent cumu- ry out the express alms of the Assomarketing, contracts, at the best prices jbacco hereunder; nnd to assist tho of the Board tho subscribers In all of Its terms, lative dividends and having fcimtlar ciation for pared under direction and thcro shall bo no right of with- preferences, subject to retirement at tor minimizing speculation and waste obtainable by It under market con-- , grower to discount such drafts, seof Directors. and stabilizing tobacco markets in ditions; and to pay over the net cured by tho warehouse receipt, thru the rato of ono class or one-fift- y primary to select Incor- drawal whatsoever. The first (less,' tho most advantageous banking (c) Thei Organization Committee, thereof annually, beginning Decern- - tho Interest ot tho grower and tho amount received therefrom porating Directors shall bo hold withpublic through this and similar obliInsurance and Interest), as tern, in twenty days after announcement of by a twoithlrds vote, may extend the her, 1923. Tho preferred stock may be sold to gations undertaken by other growors. payment In full to tho growor and. Offices or Plants. tho completion of tho minimum sign- period herein for signature and no-tlany porson, firm or corporation what- Grown- - SelN Tobacco to Association growers named In contracts similar by thirty days. provided for. up herein iv, ma iissiiciuLiiHi may u&mu- horeto, according to tho tobacco do- - 8U soiling offices, soever. for Kho Years. Cities Into Effect. warohousos, Fair Iteprtscntntlon. 2. The Association agrees to buy llvored by each of thorn, after doduct- - plants, marketing, Limitation on Stock r..ues. (d) If growers representing two- C. Tho Organization Committee, at statistical or oth-In- g therefrom, within tho discretion or agencies In nny placo. least ten days boforo the first prima thirds of any of tho four named type ' (g) Tho original issue of prefer- and tho growor agrees to sell and dery mooting, and tho Directors, by a of dark tobacco shall sign this agroe- - red stock. Including all classes, shall liver to tho Association all of tho Ot the Association, tllO COStS Of main-- , You Clin Sinn (SinuliiiF Tnluirro. n, Tho grower shall have tho niajorlty vote, at least "0 days prior mont prior to October 1st, 1922 or not exceed three cents for ouch pouud tobacco produced by or, for htm or talnlng tho Association and ot hand- to all succeeding primary meetings, such extended date, tho agreements of tobacco of tho 1921 crop covered acquired by him as landlord or lessor ling, grading nnd marketing such to- - right to stop growing tobacco and Bball fix r.nd specify or change tho shall go into offect as to any Biich by tho membership of that district; during the. years 1922, 1923, 1924, uacco; anchor creating minis ror cro- - to grow anything olso nt any time at may be lncreasod 1925 and 192G. dlts and othor general commercial his freo discretion; but It he produces said districts r.nd the counties lncliul-- ', typos; but tho Association shall not but this amount membership 7f 'You Iliito a Crop Mortgage. purposes (said funds not to exceed1 any tobacco, or acquires or owns any od thcroln, so as to maintain at all bo Incorporated thorefor prior to such proportionately as the 3. Tho grower expressly war- 1 per cent of the gross resnlo prlc;.). interest In any tobacco, as landlord Increases. f times fair an equitable representation date (h) Tho association shall make a rants that ho has not heretofore con- The annual surplus from such dedue- - or lessor, during tho torm hereof, It count'.os and j Statement of Committee Conclusive, of tho tohucco-producln- g with the corporation, tracted to sell, market or deliver any tlous must bo prorated among tho shall all be Included under (c) For all mattors of production in tho membership. districts included tho tonus percontago or signature and for providing substantially as follows: ot his said tobacco to any porson, growers dollvorjng tobacco In that of this agreement and must be sold j or K.eeutIvo Committee. only to tho Association. (a) Tho Board shall appoint all statements of fact In connection That the corporation shall handle, firm or corporation, except as noted year on the basis of deliveries. 7. an Executive Conimlttoo of flvo DI- -, herewith, tho written statement of process, dry, cure, condition, manu at the end of this agreement. Any Same Amount for the Same Type. You I)o Not Huvo to Deliver Any The grower agrees that tho Asso- -' rectors to conduct tho affairs of the tho Organization Conimlttoo, signed facture, treat, store, ship and deliver, tobacco covorod by such existing con- Particular Amount. ciauon may nanaio, in its uiscrotion. is.. Association, subject to tho general by its Chairman, shall be absolutely ull as required and directed by tho ns- -' tracts or crop mortgage shnll bo Nothing In this agreement tobacco delivered to It 'eluded from tho terms hereof for somo of tho tobacco In ono way nnd shnll be interpreted as compelling tho concluslvo, with or without notice to ontrol of tho Board of DtrectoM. by and at the ordor ot tho association. J tho period nnd to tho extent noted, j some In another ; may soil some upon growor to deliver any specified quan- The Directors, among other, tho subscriber. b it it the Ucnholder exorcises his legal uouvory; may cure or process or tlty of tobacco each year; but ha shall Into Committee Keeps True Accounts, Such service will be on a bo organized functions, shall right ot possesion or sale. tho corporation shall 14. Tho Organization Committeo basis,-anmanufacture all or any portion there- - deliver all tho tobacco produced by Soiling Committees, according to each Where to Deliver. of, but tho not proceeds of all tobacco or for him. type, of tobacco, particularly shall keop a full, true and dotalled celvo thorefor only tho actual costs 4, (a) All tobacco shall bo do or tobacco products of llko typo, qua-- " You F)ark Fired, Ono Sucker, Stemming account of expenditures, including of such operations and a guaranty for Deliver All tho Tobacco You .. w.m .....w nro not salaries, foes and costs of every kind amounts sufficient to pay a dividend llvered at tllO earliest rnannnnliln limn , lltv nnd n.V, lnso Minrfoa rnol. nn.l -" ,, ... crniln .www V..M.QVU, UUU.a UIIU ituiMi or Control. nnd Green IXlvor. If thero 13. (a) This agreoment shall bo throe Directors growing tobacco ot and shall havo such accounts audited of 8 por cent on tho outsUndlng stock- j after cutting or curing, drying, or fir-- 1 advances, shall bo divided ratably (Continued on Third Page.) each, typo, tho Board shall seloct nnd render a written report thereof and to retlro In each ot tho five calen- lng, when customary, to the order of amoiig tho growers in proportion to tuu.iuuil unuircud t fln As-ld- nr i j $5.75 Pays For B oth j Co-operati- on d'-'o- i ' Tiie Hartford Republican nt ' Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald I ma-tur- al i ' By-ha- By-La- I nt pay-pla- e, r: Two-Thir- two-thir- pro-maj- or V ty I two-thir- J co I j cross-contra- ct , , non-prof- ) ( -- V J V How did you ever happen to become so disabled? The Object of Her Inspection (god naturcdly) I ran mo legs off, mum, sociation all costs of court costs for (Continued from Second Page.) Ilcglnt With looking fer 'n apartment. Waysld bond and otherwise, expenses of Orange County Clean-UInvestigation of Death Of travel and all expenses arising out Tales. MnilltiB upon tlio grower as loirfc ni lien Clemen'!. of or caused by tho litigation nnd any ho producea tobacco directly or indiIIKLGIAN QUi:i:.V 1IR8T rectly, or hns the legal right reasonable attorney's feo expended TO 1IAVK OWN AIRSHIl OHANOE, Texas., March 4. or Incurred by It in such proceedings; to exercise control of any commercial and all such costs and expenses shnll Shorlff J.W.Holton nnd six deputies tobacco or any Interest therein as n Brussels, March 11. There havo today started on a clean-u- p of the oil producer or landlord during the torin be Included in tho judgment and shall be entitled to the benefit of any lien field. How well they succeeded was been queens and qu&ens, but Queen of this contract. indicated tonight when tho jailer hero Elizabeth is the first to claim disJudgment hereunder. (b) It this agreement Is signed securing any Is Complete On It Pace. received a messago "to preparo stand- tinction by owning a private airplane Contract by tho members of a d Queen Elizabeth's Bris 19. Tho partlos agroo that there ing room In the Jail for tho boatload It shall npply to them and each of aro no oral or other conditions, pro- of prisoners dn route." The drive on tol fighting plane has recently been thorn Individually In tho event of tho representations, lawlessness started only after Hen delivered by an English firm. It is mises, covenants, Bald and to their or Inducements In addition to or at Clemens, an oil field worker.hatt paid fitted thruout with silver and is or termination of tho painted in silvered colors, giving It n variance with nny of tho terms here- with his lite as a result of It. portlonnte intcrtsts therein under of; and aspect In the air. Clemens was knocked on the head fairy-lik- e thlB agreement reprethat nny circumstances. The design of tho ship and its fit sents the voluntary and clear under- Thursday night at tho Petroleum (c) Tho grower agrees that no standing all tings were made according to the of both parties fully and club, when he started a clean-u- p member of his family or his tenants his own. He had been gambling it is queen's expressed desires. completely. linVo any control or Interest in bis said, at this place and as a result National Central Agency. "Tihnro of the crop as indicated below PRIVATE CONCERN TO 20. Tho Association Is expressly found hlmsolf mlnu3 his earnings TAKE OVER RAIL REPAIRS or otherwise. exerclso any or all of nmountlng to ?75. It Is presumed authorized to You Mn Make u Crop Mortgage. tho grading, inspecting, 'marketing he reached tho conclusion that tho Hagerstown, Md., March 11. No (d) If tho grower places nny Hon or other powers or rights granted game was not on the level nnd shortor crop mortgage upon any of his hereunder through any central agen- ly afterwards roturned with a pistol tlces posted in tho Western Mnryland .'crops during tho term hereof, the cy shops today Informed em to bo organized for coordinating with the announced intention of railroad Association shall have the right to Mm -- MlvlHrta nt tlilu-, .anil similar CO- - starting on n clean-u- p money ployes that, effective March 1G, tho if his ...u .............. -- - ....and Repair Dickson Construction take delivery of his tobacco and to operative marketing associations in was not returned. pay off all or part of tho Hen or Company, Youngstown, O., would But Clemens was a person, who this or other States. over the operation of the repair crop mortgngo for the account of the Any costs of maintaining such cen- trusted others nnd listened to the take grower and to charge shops which employs about 800 men the same tral agency shall bo among pleadings of thoso whom ho belelved d The Dickson Company took charge against him Individually. the said Associations on tho basis of to be his friends, and laid his pistol 13. (d) The grower may place the gross sale proceeds from the pro- aside for a more peaceful remons- of the maintenance of way depart a mortgngo upon his tobacco; and ducts delivered to them respectively trance. Within n few hours his body ment of the Western Maryland sys shall notify tho Association prior to or otherwise; and shall bo consid- was In the hands of tho undertaker tern on account of a contract basis a making any such mortgage Tho As- ered part of the costs and deductions as a result of a blow with some blunt few days ago. sociation will assist, und advlso the provided for In Paragraph six. weapon. Papa You were up late last night, grower In uny such transaction as Read, considered, and signed by Probe begins following crime. daughter? ; far as it deems proper. Shpriff Helton went to tho scene the grower, as of tho date determinDaughter Yes, papa; our Fresh 14. From time to time tho grow- ed by and immediately and began an investithe Association Contract er agrees to mall to tho Association as In tho State of Kentucky and sub- gation. A few hours later he re- Air Club mpt on thoveranda. Pnp& Who belongs to your Fresh requested, on the any statistical data ject to Interpretation and enforce- ported eight arrests and from time forms pro tiled for that purpose by ment according to the laws of Ken- to time added others to his list un- Air Club? Daughter (slowly and somewhat the Association. til tonight when it came time to reluctantly) Well, papa, ther are tucky. All Contracts Are Alike ( bring his charges to tho city ho found only two of us (End of Marketing Agreement.) at present Jack and 15. This agreement is ono of a it necessary to advlso the Jailer to Minor Cliungeti Ma He Made. m. - ' 11.31 series generally similar In terms 21. These provisions aro subject prepare standing room for his party. comprising with all such agreements, to or amendment Many of theco are held only as minor modification "Look, Sallle," said her mistress, signed by Individual growers, or oth- by tho Organization Committee on material witnesses or as suspects and "aren't those flowers beautiful?" slnglo contract between erwise, ono tho suggestion of State officials or it is belelved these will be reduced as "Deed, an dey are, ma'am" re tho Association nnd tho said grow- -' otherwise, so as to- carry out the the investigation procoeds. plied the cook. "Dey looks jus like Individually obllgat- ere annually and Tho sheriff found nt first he was de flowahs on mall sister's new hat general purposes hereof. ed under nil of tho terms thereof. The handicapped becauso the Petroleum Ain't it wonderful haw natural de All Contracts are the Same Association shall bo deemed to be 22. It Is expressly agreed that club is organized under tho laws of Lord can make ' things?" Boston acting In Its own namo for al such this Instrument Is one of a series sub- the 6tate of Texas, but once on the Transcript. or legal pro stantially identical In terms. All such growers In any action inside he is said to 'have found ceedings on or arising out of this instruments shall be deemed one con- plenty of evidence that It was not Brown and Jones, at the club, were contract. lamenting the absence of their mu tract flor the purpase of binding: conducted according to the law. I'lunt. Curing op He and his deputies began gather- tual friend Robinson, who had got the subscribers to the same extent as 16. (n) Tho grower hereby exf all of the subscribers had) signed ing up the gambling paraphernalia married. "Wei don't see much of pressly authorizes the Association to one such contract. tho green covered furniture and Robinson, now," said Brown. "I im deliver to any warehousing or other Kead, considered1, and signed at shortly nftcr sunset tonight he agine his movements are not so free corporation organized for day of held a little bond fire nearby In as they used to be." this with this Association any or all 1922. "That's true," replied Jones. 'Since which cards and dice played an Im of his tobacco for handling, process-jflif(Do not sign without reading. portant part as fuel. Members of the knot was tied he hasn't had so or manufacturing, or" storing; s. '. Grower the organization went about their much rope!" nnd to charge against his tobacco and work or stood by silent as the green his prorated share of tho funds neces- P. O. Address Mr. Tarzan Jones was sitting down goods went up in smoke. sary to create a reserve, equivalent to County Clemens' ltoily Is Sent To Frceport. to his breakfast one morning when paper ono class of its preferred stock an- State Tho body of Clemens, whose death he was astounded to see In the nually to retire the said class; and to was Production in 192 precipitated the drive on lawless- an announcement of his own death. pay tho dividends on all outstanding acreage was ness, today started on Us last jour- He rang up friend Howard Smith. pounds; 191 Btock thereof. "Hello, Smith!" he said. "Have you My share ney. wa3 cent to Frceport, Texas, (b) The grower shnll bo charged of 192... crop owned by mo as whero It widow and threo children seen the announcement of my death a for such deductions only on account (landlord) in the paper?" ", awaits Its coming. plants within his (tenant) "Yes," replied Smith. "Where are of warehouses or In his investigation at the field, district or within his benefit, as delbs. Check whether land- Sheriff Helton found ovidence of you speaking from?" National Retermined conclusively by the Asso- lord ( ) or tennnt ( ). liquor law violations. Bottles of publican. ciation, and for such deductions the ' shinny and the higher grades of In"Doctor," said the beautiful young grower shall recelvo a proportionate SpcnKitig of Heat toxicants went Into the bond fire woman who had become the wife of night was tho hottest night from tlmo to time. Tho InvestigaInterest In such corporation. "Last a rich old man, "tell mo the worst. Olil Crop Tobacco In tho year." tion into the presence of women of 17. If the grower has on hand, "Not for me; tho hottest night for tho underworld will bo made next I will be brave and try to bear It." Leading her gently from her sufupon the date of mailing notice of mo was when my wife discovered that week. fering husband's bedside the doctor tho actual Incorporation of tho As- my pay had been raised and I hadn't This is tho first word of lawless- answered: "Nerve yourself, then, for sociation, any tobacco of tho 1021 or told her of It." l ness in the oil field heard hero since arterriblt shock. He's going to get . any other crops, free of Hens and caa well." Chicago Recorder. He had called on her twice a week tho report from Austin more than pable of dellvory, ho shall deliver propos- month ago that rangers would not be a such tobcco to tho Association, as It for six months, but hnd not there until for a clean-u- p "This is what 1 call capital punish-memay direct, to be graded by the As- ed. "Ethel," ho said, as they were available tho more pressing job at Mexla Is said the boy who was shut up in sociation nnd marketed by It, In pools taking a moonlight stroll ono even completed. It was denied at Orange a closet with the preserves. ing. "1 am er going to ask you an deliverwh611y separate from other that martial law had been requested Farmer (seeing red flag over an ies hereunder, but generally In tho mportant question." They By crlckle! "Oh, George!" she exclaimed, "this or that lawlessness was rampant In open manhole) manner hero set forth. tho field. Sheriff Helton Is deter can't stop anarchists from holdln' " I Why Is so sudden. Do Nut Ureal, the Contract closunderground meetln'g, Good Morn"What I want to ask is this" ho in mined to find out if the club ho 18. (a) Inasmuch as tho remedy you and ed todny Is the only Institution of its ing. of law would bo inadequate; and in- terrupted: "what dato have o sort in tho field. Orange, Texas., asmuch as it Is now and ever will bo your mother decided upon for our Herblne cures constipation and reEnterprise. (Published on request.) Impracticable and extromoly diffi- wedding?" establishes regular bowel movements. Tlio&o Switch Enghus! cult to dctormlne tho actual damage Tho following story is credited to Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County "01 heard you was out on strolko, resulting to Association should tho m Drug Company. the late John Kendrick Bangs: grower fall so to sell and deliver all Pat." A train made 'up of day coaches "01 am; I sthruck for shorter Justice and Injustice. of his tobacco, tho grower' hereby and Pullman sleepers broke through The only true way to make tho mass agrees to pay to tho Association for hours." a wooden trestle and lauded in a of mankind see the beauty of "An' did ye get them?" Justice all tobacco delivered, consigned or "01 did not. Ol'm workln' tho frightful mass of twisted wreckage on Is by showing to them In pretty plain him, marketed or withhold by or for the bottom of a ravine somd eighty terms the consequences of Injustice. whole 24 hours now." other than in accordance with tho feet below. ,The wrecking crew Sydney Smith. "What at?" cents terms hereor, tho sum of flvo worked nobly, and after several hours "Lookln' for work." per pound as liquidated damages, avof heroic effort came to a crushed Prefers Salt. eraged for all types and grades of SQUIRT ACID ON FURS. and splintered sleeper at the base "My wife Is enthuslnstle about her tobacco, for tho breach of this condebris, novels, but they're too 'glad' for me." of the ruin. There amid tho tract; all parties agreolng that this Paris March 11. Police are on tho sleeping peacefully, with a beam "Yes, they make you feel os If some Is ono of a series dependent lookout contract for men who havo been across his chest, lay the porter.wholly one hnd put sugar on your steuk and for Its truo value upon tho adherence throwing acid on women's fur coats. unhurt and dreaming. Ho was oven potatoes." Life. of each and all of tho growers to each More than GOO women have reported snoring. The foromnn of the wreckand all of tho said contracts. their furs spoiled wth an estimated ing crew, with suitable language exThe Bishop's Explanation. You Will Try to Get Ills Tobacco Someone hnd remurked to Phillips loss of $100,000. pressing his amazement at tho , Anjwuy. miracle, finally succeeded In getting Brooks tha,t atheists seemed to lead (b) The) grower agrees that In moral lives. "They have to," returned Sambo half awake. tho good bishop. "They have, no God the event of a breach or threatened 's do mattah?" stammer- to forgive them I? they don't." Bosbreach by him of any provision reup and gazing ed Sambo, sitting ton Transcript. garding delivery of tobacco, tho AsFor Infants and Children dazedly at tho ruin on every side. bo entitled to an insociation shall Years "Matter?" echoed the foreman. THIEF RETURNS WATCH In Use For junction to prevent breach or fur- Always bears STOLEN SEVEN YEARS AGO "Why, jumping Jehoshaphat, man! ther breach thereof and to a decree the Don't you know that thla whole anu Signature of for specific performance liereoi; conElyrla, Ohio. March 11. A gold train has fallen through the tho parties agroe that this Is a trestle? It's a wonder you weren't watch was stolen from tho home of of 4 tract for tho purchase and sale A woman Is as old as killed. Didn't you feel anything?" Earl Hunter here. Pollco failed to Miss Smirk personal property under special "Why, yas,.boss," said Sambo. "I find it. Hunter moved to Birmingand conditions; and that she looks, Mr. Slowboy. Smirk, surely did feel sumplu' kind o' Jolty; but I ham, Ala. That was about seven Slowboy Oh, Miss open tho buyer cannot go Into the on do dlnah years ago. fought dey was exception to tho rulol nnd buy tobacco to replace you are an markets Hunter, while here a ftw days ago, deany which tho grower may fall to displayed the stolen watch. Few Turks have more, than one "Several days ago I received a Horrified Old Lady (sympathizing liver. wlfo, altho the law allows them to Violator Pay tho ost' with crippled beggar) Mercy sakes! package thru the mall,' Hunter ex- any havo four. brings (c) If tho Association p two-seate- action whatsoever by reason of a TEXAS HAVING HER TOBACCO GROWERS breach hereof, MARKETING PLANS breach or threatened pay to tho As- TROUBLE WITH SHINE tho grower agrees to Children Cry for Fletcher's Ibe and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancr. uzS7X J66CSU4Z axw n0 one to jeccjve you in th All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " nre but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health vl Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has Ikmji in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature vi rLjCJ&?-frrf- j7 r Just-as-go- od ' K Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. 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With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- II Dy special arrangements we are now able to offer COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY -- AND ht THE REPUBLICAN Both one J ear, by mull, for only $5.75. This' offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, only to people living !n Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New scriptions may; If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an ovenlng newspaper, you may substitute Loulsvlllo Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to tho office of but sub- will Tho EAGLE"MIKAD0" Pencil No. 174 For Sole at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO :aJ0 ra f jTe gn&g, ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED RAND " EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK plained. "In it was the watch and a note from a man now living at Newark, Ohio, The man said he had 'hit the sawdust trial' and, now that he had 'religion had no further use for the watch he had stolen from me." them to do it all over again as didn't see It. Usey C ASTO R rA Ovr 30 "Wh-whut- dod-gast- ed As little Louis reached tho raataro age of three and was about to discard rompers for manly knlc&ecbock-er- s, his mother determined to ntilo the occasion memorable. Tha breakItODB AN AVALANCHE. fast table was laden with good tUajc? as tho nowly brcrrhed infant as led Twelve daring members of tha into tho room. "Ah," crfeif the a mountain-climbin- g club of proud mother, "now you ore a uu; Portland, Ore., wero sliding Jn the man!" snow on Mary's peak when an aval Louis was In ecstnscies, Dfsplayfnc' anche gave way. Tho party took on his garments to their full advantage, speed and before they landed in a he edged closer to his motrir a ravine, their speedometers had regis- whispered: "Mom, can I call pa Bin men want now?" Country Gentleman. tered 300 feet. Movie Ma-zam- ITTke Hartford Republican Published Weekly by IURTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor and Business Monngcr. j Entered according to law at the Teitofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall 7th Grade Tommlo Elsie Phelps, Butter of the second class. Lucy Klydo Jackson, Hazel Bennett, all communications Foe Hartford Republican. Address to vlovo Leach, Era Lucille Austin, Esther Dockery, Hermla Flener, Effle Do Hart, Parven Knight, William Owen Smith, John Dudley Renfrow, Joo Taylor, Bay Tierce. 6th Grade Tracy Stewart, Mur-re- ll Taylor, Qscar Wright Stevens, Hiram Chapman, Merle Hocker, Bessie Do Hart, Grethel Martin, Gladys Hosey, Pauline Austin, Lois Taylor, Etta Mao Harrell, Rachel Hays SAPIRO MARKETING PLAN IS APPROVED Big Meeting at Owensboro Hears Exponent. Co-operat- Greatest Tractor Value Ever Offered You FAMOUS SAMSON MODEL - , ,H , Roy S. Taylor, Carroll Kane. 8th Grade Beulah Kane, Lucille Couch, Winona Coleman, Audrey Martin, Helen Knight, Virgil Couch, F. O. B. Factory Malcom Barnes. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS 9th Grade George Barnes. Subscribers desiring the paper sent Ralph, Wendell Grado 10th must give 'p & new address the request. the old Frank Kelley Casebler, Lena Wallace, Mdress In making Business Locals and Notices 10c Aaron Roach, Albert Shultz, Jose-phln- o y line, and 8c per IUe for each Pirtle. insertion. 11. Evelyn Hunley. nd Cards Obituaries, Resolutions Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ft head lino and slgnautre, money 12 Iva Render ach (a advance. eggs Church Notices for services froe, HALF ok chicks and FliOCKS LOST IN UPKEEP OF at other advertisements, lc per jrord. will Anonymous communications Lexington, Ky., March 13. One-ha- lf receive no attention. of all the egg3 Incubated in Kentucky each year fall to hatch and TELEPHONE of all tho chicks that nearly one-na59 Farmers Mutual a.ie hatched die before they reach market size or maturity, poultry speCollege of Agriculture 3 MARCH 17 cialists at the FRIDAY have estimated in pointing out the need for greater care in the business Does the day, April the first, have of raising chicks on farms of the anything to do with the big strike State. As a result of present condiwe are told will take place on that tions, Kentucky farmers annually PULLEY AND BRAKE, GOVERNOR, PLATFORM AND FENDERS $110 date? more than 24 million chicks In lose plows in hard plowing and three under favorable POWER: Pulls two 14-intheir efforts to rear sufficient chickshould conditions. The Samson is noted for the way it hugs the ground and the ten million hens If Republican Congressdoesn,t pass ens to maintain on farms of the State, they say. pulls hour after hour, day after day unfailing and reliable. soldiers' bonus bill it is liable to The main causes responsible for jmako country "safe for Democracy," this loss during incubation and the BELT WORK: For small thresher, silo filler, feed grinder, baler etc. Do your with a big "D." Pathfinder. weeks of brooding are due own belt work at home and save money. Large, wide belt pulley with first few to the management of the poultry proper speed for belt operations Standard Oil announces a raise of flock as breeders, the care of eggs one cent per gallon on gasoline. Who, previous to and during Incubation motor with high tension design, DESIGN: Latest, or what Society or organization has and the operation of the incubator. ignition system, high in power, low in upkeep. Force feed lubrication, received another liberal donation The cost of Kentucky chicks co'uld positive uphill or down. Water circulation by pump no over-heatifrom Uncle John D. or his allied be reduced more than' $500,000 each t troubles. Simple, accurate governor a great advantage in any kind of marketing family? the year by increasing the hatch from 50 tractor work. All working parts enclosed, yet easily accessible. Transmisthe entire state. Mr. Sa100 eggs set, 75 chicks from each 'It appears that some one, or sev- to specialists say. plro then took the stage, and withsion running in oil. the eral, maybe, made a considerable out reference to any other subject mesa of things when the Government OPERATION : Simple, positive and easy control. The Model "M" is designlaunched Into his message for the . LOUISVILLE MARKETS. acquired the Muscle Shoals property. tobacco growers. ed with the operator's comfort and safety in mind. Uncle Sam seems to have something The speaker assured his audience Receipts 200 head. Supply Cattle association DURABILITY: Note the Model "Ms" ruggedness, its sturdiness, its strength he can't operate, or does not wish to light, but that the operate and at the same time some- for the day's trading was go over and go over big. Ho would and lasting qualities. Every part built for real service. thing he can't pass title to. The pro- demand limited from near.ly all aid that 80 per cent of the Burley draggy. SUCH QUALITY AT SUCH PRCES HAS NEVER BEFORE BEEN KNOWN. ject cannot bo consistently held and sources and marke.t slow and growers had become members of the Best light butchers found a fair call they say it can't be turned lose. Burley association, and he was cerat about steady rates; others slow tain that 90 per cent of the dark toIt la to be hoped that no attempt and lower. Few prime heavy steers bacco growers would gladly Join was or is to bo made to embalm the offered, with undertone weak and hands with one another to start a '" DEALER Legislature that died sometime dur- indications for lower rates. Fair movement that would mean prosperi ing the night of Wednesday, March outlet for the strictly good quality HARTFORD, KY. ty, happiness and a nigner stanaaru the '15th. The Body showed some stockers and feeders; medium and of living. He referred to the fact The Samson Tractor Co. is a Division of General Motors Corporation. signs of making a deaUi bed repent-enc- e plainer kinds neglected. his native state, Quotations: Prima heavy steers that California, though, and we hone that the ranked first In the grade of rural bourne to which the august body has $7.257.75; heavy shipping steers schools, while Kentucky stood forty-fift- h to good $6 7.25; medium traveled Is a pleasant one, but as hard $6.75 in line, but three states in the to Teturn from as that mentioned in 6.75; fat heifers $5 7.25; fat cows schools to good cows $3.50 Union having worse rural medium Eden was the book of books. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Garden inofOhio county, located some- BIRTH RATE DOUBLES than Kentucky. 5; cutters $33.50; canners $2 where and probably Independent. Fruit Growers (By I. D. Claire.) On another page of thl3 issue we 2.50; bulls feeders DEATHS IN 8 YEARS on the exact site of the town of HartHe attributed tho high standard Teproduce the Dark Tobacco Grow- stockers ?46.25; milch cows $20 ford, but experience has Indicated to many phases of of living and the marketing agree- ?60. ers ara It Is tho unusual, that Interests I mo tlmt ft ninn nml n ..i ri ",v-'"- " llla Vllal Statistics to tho coFor Ohio County ment or contract, and would urge Best prosperity of California I rather see Calves Prices unchanged. marketing Idea. He said most. Just now would the novel a foot and a new shoe, a little pln- hlmw Considerable Variation every individual interested in veals $9.50 down; medium $4Q6; operative that ohy and uncomfortable at first, but years to ar- a winter sunset than all twenty-eigFrom Year to Year. better conditions for the growers common $2 3; light calves continue it had taken great city. For five months vory much given to mutual adjustIndependence on the ties of a rive, at absoluto mar- dull at unevenly lower prices. It with care. village ment. read growers of Califor- I have not been out of this Vita) statistics as complied for keting has proven a success at other Hogs Market slow and prices part of the fruit by tho Falls of tho Ohio, and have Ohio County during tho past eight places, In other products, even In our mostly 25c lower, with mediums 35c nia. seen a sunseUonly behind three-stor- y I am not a confirmed predestlna-rlamaVketlng Idea, The years show considerable variation In -- own State, in the Burley District, it off. Decline in sympathy with all but I confidently believe there was buildings. is meeting with success. Why not other points. Best hogs 165 to 250 Mr. Saplro told his audience, ar now certain strong, active and births as well r.s deaths. Strange was it By close in this section? pounds $10.40; 250 pounds up $10; not an experiment, neither corporEverything in human life Is link- healthy fish floating around In tho to say. when deaths run highest births scorn (o bo most numoroug. there can be but little if any 120 to 165 pounds $9.75; pigs, 120 a novel Idea. The greatest ed by an endless chain to every oth- wnters near the Mouth of Grassy was question about the matter. Means pounds down $8.25; throwouts $7.50. ation In Great Britain, ho said, my scruples which are dostlned, at an early date, Since tho year 1913 tho hlchost marketing as- er thing. I .overcame the great of financing have been found and of- down; stags $6 down. by to yield up their mortal llvos on the 'death rate, 461, was recorded In sociation which was handling every Sunday night against tho movies fered the members and those who fall . Sheep and Lambs Trade slow, Ro- altar of Dock, Fluko, Moore etctere. 191S and during thayear there going to tho Walnut to see "The ware S50 births ronnrted. The low or refuse to become identified with with a quiet demandlfrom local but class of merchandise in tho United sary." Some years ago I heard the oHe brought down for Kingdom. the organization, as we see tha mat chers'. Choice Iambs bringing $10 oi ueauis- was iyio wiien ; PUBLIC SALE Rosary sung and Its sentiments sank ter, will not only be standing In their j $j3t according to quality; only top many years tho history of tho codeaths wcrp reported as against 557 indelibly in my heart that I felt io own light, but In their neighbors and grades bringing highest prices; sec- operative marketing project and told a I will offer for sale at Centcrtown, births. thrill of anxiety when the film was of The fees and oxpenses c.rhA fat of the organizing In associations friends as well. Get together mako onds culls $56. Best announced to witness it. And it was Ky., on March 25th, 1922, tho five the cotton growers of the South and and so sheep $66.50; bucks $3 down. tho organization so tigh' Bar-raroom residenco of C. II. Swain, throe aarainst tho County on account ot I hope disappointment. of many other commodities In various not a .strong that none may be Irft out. Produce puts It on' for "Tho Homefnlks" lots, some fruit trees, good water and compiling tho stntlsticn, varies sections of tho country. Tho "'United wo stand, divided wo fall." to number of deaths anil Buying prices, net to shipper, tho other nice shade. Also household and government in Canada has soon. Tf tobacco growers of the Oark disbirths: For 191C tho cost amounted shipper paying freight and drayage Dominion kitchen furniture. Terms of sale adopted the California plan, with to $430.75, while In 191S it amount trict, embracing portions or Tennes- charges, are: The fight between tho police and J 5.00 and under, Cash; all over $5 00 ed ;o modifications to suit the exigencies a largo part of Ken$632.25. see, Indiana and Eggs Candled 18c dozen. three to six mouths time, with apput It into enforcement officers In Louisville Fo;i6wing is the rato by year: tucky, fail to become Identified with Poultry Hens 20c lb; large spring of the situation, and will coun- goes merrily on, with the army of proved security, bearing 6 per cent ,4he organization for their uplift, as chickens 17c lb.; roosters 10c lb.; operation throughout the entire Births Deaths Interest from date. moonshiners and bootleggers 364 now offered them, their doom is al- ducks 20c lb.; young turkeys, No. 1, try to the North. 7S1 Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock, 1914-, Tho officers are mak"There Is no escaping the law of round. 191.305 most certainly sealed. Upon our 3Sc lb.; geese 12c lb.; guineas $3.60 78S a. m. supply and demand, but we propose ing an honest and fearless effort to 297 1916 C57 .laith in tha proposition, and with the per doz. R. H. TAYLOR. to substitute tho demand nt'the point suppress the Illegal traffic and are 454 a helping hand if pos 1917 802 desire to lend Country Butter Pound 14c: of consumption for tho demand at tho losing, not because of the force of 461 191S SCO sible, we, this week gladly donate Grain , BEAVER, DAM. speaker the lawbreakers, but for want of sup327 approximately $30.00 worth of space 1919 646 Current approximate buying prices point of production," the port of a healthy and sincere public 367 nfi that each of our readers may become carload lots quoted' by flour mills said. , The meeting at the M. E. Church 78 (The foregoing Is a part of Mr. sentiment. It is the people who closed Friday night with, the proposition, are: 29S acquainted , 6S5 with the1 addition 1921 from the Ow- rule. .However, we neither take nor ask Wheat New No'. 2 red. $1.40. Saplro's speech, taken of ten, to the church. ' 2,873 ensboro Messenger.) credit for so doing. Total 5.S60 Wagon wheat '$1.35. Dr. W. T. McKenney, who has Human greatness is like the land following prices are quoted in The scape most alluring when, viewed been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ella FAIR VIEW 31KAVEH DAM SCHOOL WASHINGTON. carlots, in bulk, track, Louisville: Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Acton and son, from a distance. Only tho courtiers Fulkerson, of, Louisville, returned HONOR ROLL Corn No. 2 white 65c; No. 2 yel- Delbert, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bozarth know tho disappointments of kings. home Monday. Rev. G. Gaggard failed to fill hid low 65c; No. 2 mixed 64c. Messrs. Jesse and Leslie Ba.rnes, of and son Oscar, of this place and The magnlflcient Mausoleum as but regular appolntmont hero Sunday, ora 1st Grade Ruby Gladys Dockery, No. 2 whlte'42c; No.3 white Oats New Philadelphia, Ohio, are at the Heltsley Rowe, of Rockport, were tenements of crumbling clay. Sandefur, Jewell Martin, bed-sid- e 40 cents. of their father, Weaver account of being ill. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. AcSandefur, Lewis .Morten Wil Mr. Cecil Bristow of this nelghbor-Richard Barnes. The Legislature killed tho ton Sunday. ( liams. hood, went to Knottsvllle last Tues LEAGUE MEETING. Misses Sallye Coleman and Elizabill, but the monkeys who Mr. and Mrs. Newton Myers spent i 3nd Grade Lorene Embry, Naomi i day, whore ho will spend several dayij a and Mrs. otha have not evolved put up a, fine fight beth Davidson, teachers in tlib local with relatives. 'jnauuox, leucine uruy oiuvuns, imu--raThe Union League will meet at the Sunday with Mr. high school, spent tho week end with for it. Cooper, June Daves, Louise New-,ton- ,, Methodist Church Sunday evening at Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Newcomb on their parents., Mr. R. B. Acton mado a business Martha Sandefur, Paul Balzo, 6:30. This Is to be, a special chilTaffy, were guests of Mr. anil Mrs Mr. Earl Chick and Carl Taylor Buddy McFeag told me tho other Charles Dellart, Conrad Glllstrap. W. F. Newcomb, last week-endren's meeting under the leadership trip to Hartford Monday. vere tho day that ho bad quit bootlegging, and will sart a new Bakery hero soon. Mr .and Mrs. Ira Brown 4th Grado Madeline Leisure, Vir- of Levi Wilson. All are invited to Mr. and Mrs. Lovit Bratcher of Mc Messrs. Reynolds and Emmlt Mar guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- when I asked him why he said he ginia Sandefur, Kathleen Rummnge, attend. Henry, are visiting Mrs. Bratcher'ij had' Just noticed in tho papers that tin were recent guests of (heir fath- grandmother, Mrs. Belle Gott, of tnM ers, Sunday. vGlena Cooper, Estella Ralph, Ruby family soVenty-sI- x committed er, A. L. Martin, near Hartford. millionaires Mr. Hubort Wilson and T,aylqr, Opal Annls, HORSE AND JACK SALE vicinity. StewartoLUllan Mr. Myrtle Hudson, of Louisvlllo. during the year 1921, and At auction March 6, 1922, on 12 have moved back to their farm after suicide Tiny M, Daniel, Kenneth Burgess, 4 Is visiting relatives hero. hat-hhad declde4 not to flirt with Mrs. J. B. Tappan has returtw Stallion spending theTwInter in Owensboro. Base; Keown, Arnett Williams', Wavy months time, one high-bre- d Mrs. Ola Porter, of Louisvlllo. Is at home spent death. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Brown Taylor, Clarence Daves, Avery Hill, and Jack. Will sell privately If deafter a ten days' visit to Mr tho bedside of her father, Weaver George w. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. sired. . Brunton anij Mr. Brunf Charles Sandefur, Wavy Embry. I still cling to the notion that the Barnes. ton, at Memphis, Tenn-- . DR. L. B. BEAN, Hartford. Wright. 5th Grado Edith Arbuckle, Gene- - al if -- Tho campaign to handle tho Green river type of tobacco thru a marketing association was formerly launched at a monster meeting held at the Plaza theatre In Owens It is boro on Wednesday afternoon. estimated that more than 1,500 planters and business men heard tho cooperative marketing plan presented by Aaron Saplro, California marketing expert, who successfully conducted tho campajgn to orgnnlze tho Bur-le- y district of Kentucky. At the close of Sir. Saplro's address unanimous approval was given by a rising vote to the marketing plan. Immediate steps will be taken to organize every county In tho Green river district. The campaign to seof the growcure at least two-thirmarers to agree to the keting plan will be launched at once. The campaign will continue until October. Mr. Saplro arrived In Owensboro from Henderson and was met at the station by a committee of citizens and escorted to the hotel where ho held a About 100 representative reception. citizens occupied seats on the stage at the theatre. Growers were In attendance at the meeting from all of the counties of the Green river district and' Southern Indiana. Tribute to Judge Illnghnni. Following a short presentation speech by W. C. Haycraft, who paid a glowing tribute to Judge R. W. Bingham, of Louisville, for his disinterested efforts to assist the farmers of Kentucky by establishment of system-throughou- "M" TRACTOR Now $445 m.ft vV-Tav- ch ng -- ACTON BROTHERS - -- $56; $35; $67; ' ht n, -- ! 69; ss gaining-g- -- J anti-monk- ey d. , b vft JjBftrtum, -- r.rsy T- - 7 i. s Mr A C. Porter of Louisville, will Marcus Ray, llttlo on of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie has the measles arrive here tomorrow, to remain over Sunday. Blounts 8teel Plows and Now Mr, O. T. Burns roturned yesterGround Plows and repairs at A day from Owensboro, where ho had ACTON BROS. been since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Martin of Ola- Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Flenerand ton, are the parents of a baby boy, children, of tho Green River Church born recently. community wero guests Wednesday Mr. Elvis West of Loulsvlllo spent of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, city. last week In Rockport, tho guest of Miss Leila Glenn of the faculty of Miss Emma Miller, tho Central City High School, spent Lynn Culley, tho llttlo son of Mr. last week-en- d with her parents, nndi Mrs. L. G. Barrett la very 111 of Judge and Mrs. J. S, Glenn, bf this city. bronchial trouble. JiV $ . tf Vl ttTTAVLOffDO V0UBWIIDRIN6 CL jlTAVIOpVw W ' I B A Spring Millinery " Our early Spring Millinery is now on display. Your early demands can be supplied at once. Our trimmer is here ready to look after your The styles are beautiful and the interests. prices much lower. Callnd see them. Mrs. R. L. Conatscr and Infant son. Mr. J. R. Holbrook of tho First National Bank, Owensboro, was in Terre Haute, Ind., are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. O. Woodrlng, City. this city on business, yesterday. Mrs. Conatser is a sister of Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Smith is slowly recov- Woodrlng. ering from a severe attack of flu, Miss Florenco Nelson of tho Hartwhich she developed on Wednesday ford High School faculty, will go to of last vi ck Henderson today to spend the weekMr. and Mrs. Roscoe Willis havo end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. returned to their home at Whiting, II. Nelson and family. Ind., after spending n week with relaMiss Amanda Bennett has purchastives at Narrows. ed the residence of Mr. M. V. JohnMisses Ida Marie Bennett and Irene son, on Madison Street, and will take Rboads, who aro attending school possession of same about May 1st. here, spent last week end with their Mr. Johnson and family will move parents at Centertown. back to their farm below town. We have OLIVER'S Horse; Drawn Get your Seeds, Fertilizer and Farming Implements, from Disc Harrows, Corn Planters, CultiD. L. D. SANDEFUR, vators, Grain Drills, Cultipackers and 36tD Beaver Dam, Ky., S'. Main. St. Tandem Harrows for your Tractors. See our emplements and prices, beMiss Margaret King went to Ow- fore you buy. We can save you monACTON BROS, Hartford. ensboro todny, to be the guest of her ey. aunt, Mrs. W. K. Robinson and Mr. Robinson, until Sunday. Dr. O. W. Overhults, of Cedaredge, Colo., who had been In a Pueblo hosMrs. J.S. Glenn spent a few days pital for some time, has been removed this week with her uncle, Mr. R. H. to Denver, for treatment. It has Barnes of tho Goshen neighborhood, been determined that Dr. Overhults who is 111 of kidney trouble. trouble is due to a tumor on the spine. His condition is precarious. Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of We will start the Ice Wagons tho Rockport, spent last week end with of April in Hartford and Mr. Bennett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. first-da- y Monday, Beaver Dam. Delivering of this city. James C. Bennett, Wednesday and Saturday of each gets warm Mrs. A. W. Mills and daughter, week. After the weather except on Sun Gustine, will spend Saturday and er will deliver dally, Miss 38t2 Sunday in Owensboro, guests of Mrs. day. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford. Mills. Mills sister, Mrs. Warren Mr. A. K. Anderson has purchas ed what Is known as tho "Thomas" lot on Clay Street, upon which he will erect a inoddrn bungalow soon. "WANTED ('I J rL'Zj&l If I Iff THERE is an indefinable smartness Clothes that Made-to-measu- re im-pre- ss New Blouses, New Coats, and Coatsuits apThese new things will add to your-spriBlouses in all the leading styles pearance.' and new fabrics. Coats in Polo Cloth, Tweeds, ng etc. . Coatsuits in Tweeds, Poplins, Serges, Tricotine, etc. Call and see them. Our styles, fabrics and prices will convince you that they are real values. everyone. They are truly individual. from pure wool fabrics of richness and beauty, they carry the mark of ex clusiveness as well as the brand of custom-tailore- d quality. They are faultlessly tailored whether the cost be TWENTY-FIVor SIYTY. E IRiGb, The Hartford Republican FRIDAY w- MARCH 17 EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. SMOKE At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Havo plenty of Ice on hand1. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford. 3St2 Mr. Itny Daniel, of Rockport, was In Hartford Wednesday. , A, Mr. M. F. Chumley of Simmons was n pleasant caller at this office Moni day. ' Mr. J. A. Spears, of Fordsvllle, was In Hartford on business last Wednesday. Mrs. Joe Henry and children, who havo been 111 of measles, are ?f 1-- : v Mr. A. M. Smith of Mcllenry was a caller at this office while In town Wednesday. v Mr. Jeff Barnett and daughter, Miss Maud, of Reynolds, wore In this city Monday. Call Co., TICHENOR-MILLER MOTOR for Taxi Service day, night or any old time. Mr. J. A. Caldwell of near Beaver Dam, was tho gueat of relatives In Union County last week. $ . ' " Highest cash price paid for ecge and poultry every day In the year. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. E, Y. park of Central City, spent a few days the first of tho week with relatives In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Woosley. , are tho parents of Narrows, Route-2laBt Sunday. of a baby girl, born : ? Why not buy a No. 11 Oliver Sul-- " ky Plow and rldo Instead of walking more Have a better seed bed too, and crib. corn In the ACTON BROS, Hartford. Salesman to sell direct to the farmer Acme Minerals.whlch grows the bone and supplies the mln oral elements. Acme Pig Meal equal to mllk.Acme Calf Meal and Acme Sales are Milk Feed for chickens Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward of large. A paying business. this city, are making an extended ACME MINERAL COMPANY, Miss Delana Stewart of Fordsvllle, Jvlolt with tholr dntii'htnr. Irs. .Tnmna Vheiton, Illinois Tuesday. Route 1, was in Hartford Nance and Mr. Nance, at Owensboro. Errs for Hatching, for sale, Barred Mrs. Anna J. Bennett, is confined Messrs. Ted Maples, Gilbert Baird, Plymouth Rocks, White Plymouth to her room with an attack of grippe. Misses Nellie Boeder and Yuma MaRocks, Rhode Island Reds, on unlim ples of Central Grove, attended the ited range. Strong vitality. We Rev. H. D. Burch and son, of Freld-lan- play, given at Heflin last Saturday guarantee 12 fertile eggs out of every on business, night. were in Hartford, 15. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Special price Monday. on 100 or more. Call Williams & Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Heavrin have Taylor's Store. Mrs. Hugh TIchenor, City, is quite taken rooms in the Heavrin-BarraA. J. WILLIAMS, Hartford. 111 of flu, havlngdeveloped the troubuilding over Belcher's Barber shop, ble on Wednesday of this week. formerly County Agent Mclnteer's of Word has been received In Hartfice. ford of tho marriage of Mr. Morton Before purchasing your MonumenBean, March 4th, Akron, Ohio, but Judge W. H. Barnes, has been con- formerly of this city. We wero un tal work write C. W. RUNNER. Bowling Green, Ky. Agents Wanted. fined to Ills room for several days able to get the particulars, so therewith a severe, throat trouble. Mrs. fore we cannot give the name of the We have Blount's Steel Plow's and Barnes Is also ill of an 'attack of pleu- bride. We join the many other Oliver Chilled Plows. None better risy. frlen's of Morton and his for'.do ir. ACTON BROS, Hartford. made.' wishing them a happy and prosperous Vulcan chilled plows, the best future. , We Mrs. Fred Miller and daughter Miss chilled plow on the market. Emma of Rockport spent last week In also havo a fow Oliver chilled plows WANTED A gentlemanly salesand can save you money on them-35Whltesville th& guests of friends. man who can furnish a team or light W. E. ELLIS & BRO. car to canvass Ohio County with an Messrs. J. L. Benton of Browder, old established lino of Proprietary The many friends of Mrs. Wayne Medicines, Extracts, Toilet Articles, and Dave Sumner, of Dundee, wero PIrtle will be glad to learn that-sli- e In Hartford Tuesday, on business. Soaps, Spices etc. Experience unis much better nlTd is able to bo up. necessary but not objectionable. For Mr. Bert Reld of Rockport, was Her children who had the measles, full particulars address THE H. C. the guest of tho families of W. H. and aro also up again. WHITMER COMPANY, Columbus, 36t3p Bob Gillespie, the first of the week. Ind. "Unless something unavoidable hapThe Stork recently visited the home pens, will be in a position to supply REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH IN PROGRESS of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Jarnigan, of every Ice demand In the County this 38t2 this city, and loft them a baby boy. season. ELLIS ICE Co., Hartford. The proposed revival at the Hartone Mrs. Melvin C. Browning has gone ford Baptist Church, delayed Stanley and Melward Miller, who week on account of prevailing Illness to Rufesellvllle, whore she will remain ' vith her husband, for eomo have been attending school here for In the community, opened Monday the past term, are 111 of measles at evening of the present week with the time. the home of tholr parents, Mr. and pastor, Rev. Russell Walker, deliv Mies Beatrice Moseley, of Fards-vlll- o Mrs. Ronda Miller, of Dundee. ering the1 first sermon, since when Route: 1, was the guest of Miss the Rev. C. C. Daves, Pastor of the Mr. and Mrs. Golden Shown raovi Beaver Dam Baptist Church has been Helen Westerfield Wednesday and ed1 Monday to tho old "Baird" doing the preaching. Thursday. Services are home, in tho Alexandria neighbor- being held daily, at 10 a. m. and 7 purchased by Mr. P. m. Mr. G. W. Bennett hais returned to hood, recently his home In tho Beda country, aftor Shown's fathejr, Mr, Peter Shown. KAKNETTS CREEK. spending several days with relatives ' Mr. Ernest Patton and family, who We have a full line of the genat Prentisl uine American hinge stay farm and havo been ill of flu, are about well. Mrs. Ina Whlttaker, is slowly re Master James Arthur and llttlo poultry Fence. We buy In car lots, price right, on tho covering from a severo case of pneuMiss Martha Elizabeth, children of which makes the ACTON BROS. monia. Sheriff and Mra. Q. A. Ralph, are ill beBt fence made. Otis, small son of Mr. and Mrs. of measles. . v Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranney were Odle Rhoads, was seriously injured Messrs. Presley Wood and Thomas host and hostess at a dinner given in Monday when, the mulo which ho was Godsey, of the Ceralvo and Small-ho- honor of Judge George S. Wilson and riding, Jumped, causing him to country, wore visitors at this of- Commonwealth's Attorney Glover H. fall. The mule stepped on tho child's Cary, Thursday evening of last week. head, fracturing his skull. Dr. Gordon fice Wednesday. was hastily summoned, but it was Mrs, H. M. Crlder and little son, found an operation would be necesMessrs. L. B. TIchenor of near town, O. R. TInsloy and W. M. Lake Harry Minor, who have been visiting sary, so Dr. Hoover, of Owensboro Tho llttlo fellow Is getof R. F. D. No. B spent Thursday of Mrs. Crlder's mother, Mrs. Amanda was called. guests of Barrett, at Barrett's Forry, returned ting along very well now. inst wnnk In Owensboro. tho Mr. Bud Crowe was In Hartford last Roliert (Doc.) Davis, who i. Ill of to their home In Louisville, Monday, on business. Wednesday. , uborculosls. d, ss . ns Carson SUICIDE STATISTICS AID EDUCATION BILL Sao n Life League Sees Need of Bet- (& Go Hartford, Kentucky. nounced by J. J, Hooper, head or tho College of Agriculture dairy department. She produced 822.79 pounds of butterfat and 15,325 pounds of milk in a year to win the honor. Other class champions announced at the same time together with tUeir owners were: Blue Bell'a Sarah Ann. H. H. Fulchcx, Pembroke; Trins Park Frolic, Allen Dale Farms; Oxford's Sonsua, P. L. Atherton, Louisville; Harmony of Allen Dale 3rd. Allen Dalo Farms; Hope's Flower O Dreamworld, Allen Dale Farms; Majesty's Golden Elsie, J. S. Asfcnw. Trenton; Fairy Lad's Cocotte, Allen Dalo Farms, and Golden Fern's Sensation, Elmendorf Farms, Lexington. ' ter Schools By Self-Murd- er Facts Disclosed. Washington, March 16. Friends bill, now beof the Towner-Sterlin- g fore Congress, which creates a Department of Education, point to the reoort of the Save a Life League, just made public, which shows suicides of more than 20,000 persons in 1021. as indicative of the failure of modern educational processes. Education which does" not fit those who obtain it for living, it is pointed out, ia of no value either to'the Individual or to the state. That 10 edin writers, 40 coltors, 10 lege students, Hi school teachers, 21 clergymen, 57 Judges and lawyers, 7 mayors, 93 bankers, and 88 presidents of large business concerns were numbered among thef 1921 suicides is sufficient evidence that there is a field for national aid in education which conserves to the state the lives of valuablo men by putting emphasis up on true' rather than fictious educational values. Attention Is also drawn to, the recent move of the American Federation of Labor by which that organi zation proposes to help worklngmen university obtain the benefits of training, as a further indication of the wld'Jsnread demand for more and Labor hnMnr educational facilities. the spokesmen have characterized ever ninn as tho most devised for increasing educational facilities to worklngmen. But It is not from labor, It Is pointed out at tho Capitol, but from ducational sources that the greatost iinmsnil for Government participation In education comes, and not from private gift, even when In such magnificent sums as tho rece'nt six million benefactlori from the Rockefel lers to Johns Hopkins, but from pub lic Interest, that the United- States educational system will be brought to a tealiy high state of efficiency (Capital News Service.) well-know- FOR SALE One 10-1- 6 John Deere Disc Harrow, One Oliver Cultivator with disc shovel attachment. E. E. BIRKHEAD, KINDERGARTEN GROWN-UPS ad FOR DIKCUSSKD . Washington, March 1G. Dfscai-slo- ns in congressional cloakrooms ara not always of matters of state. A Democratic senator was overheard speaking to his Republican colleagae yesterday regarding the lack knowledge of same .supposedly educated men. "Would It bo a good plan to assemble Vollva, who 4hlnks tho earth is flat; Pedroso of Brazil, vrbn fc3 Just arrived In this country witb to givo doctors by they may bring the dead to life; and Bryan, who thinks wo should decide by law what la and what is not a Tact of natural history, in n kind-ca- r ten class in primary education?" "I'd bo afraid of the result," the Republican senator 2Ir. Pedroso might want to experiment en the rest of the class." What could ho .havo meant. BARRED ROCKH. t . -- " My yards are full of the ftestll SHELBY COW TAKES HONOR AMONG CHAMPS ever had In size, color and! te propensities. Some oxtra fine cockerels and sal. Lexington. Ky.. March 13. Fair Dndy Sally, a Jersey owned by tho lets at a rear bargain ff takn t Allen Dalo Farms, Shelbyvllle, ! once. Selected eggs S1.G0 ana J2.5B Kentucky's grand champion buttor- - per 15, Prices on largo qur-!fat producer In that breed, nccordlng for incubators on application. ' TftTIKT n TirT ortv to an announcement of State class champion Jorsoys of various ages, an- Hartford Ky. t-Ua -- A lflMi HUMOUS OV TIIK liAW. I Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We Hate it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield arc of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Mjtn Ttbacc C. "Havo you anything to eay, prisoner, before sentence is passed upon you?" nsked the Judge. "No, your lordship, except that It takes very little to pleas mo." chirped "Good nornlng, Judgo the cental speeder, as ho (tupped into court. "How aro you this morn- - A CASH OFFER 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 "Fine $2D," said tho Judge. hi? "Prisoner at tho bar,'' said tho Judgo, "will you have trial by Judgo ' or Jury?" "By Jury, your honor." said the. defendant, "I'll take no cbunco on you!' "Whnt!" roared the Judge. "Do you mean to say that I would" "I don't mean t' say nothing," said the prisoner, stoutly, "but I ain't tak-lno chances. I done some plumbln' work for you Inst winter!" Richmond n' Times-Dispatch. $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Dpn't delay. 3 rlous'consequences to other patients, who were kept in a state of sleeplessness and frenzy by their stcrnutativo companion. Miss Johnson's condition becamo so hysterical and she suffered such mentnl torture that It was impossible to administer nnncsthctlc. Thru tho use of powerful sedatives, however, she wns finally mndo to sleep, and the "psychic sneezing" disappeared upon her awakening. "It was entirely a psychic condition" physicians said. "Wo do not know that thero ever was such a . case before in the medical profession. Tho woman, whoso mental condition brought on the strange affliction, suffered tortures, and If the sneezing lt'itl fnnf Itiiiml munh iuii()i.i obiiuua ' nun i.iMiiuurii iiiuk.ii Innnan crtrlntio results might have ensued " "; w.wT..-- f. -- Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosblended JH & OX A SLOW THAIX eight entered the witness-bo- x in tremendous boots, long trousers rolled up so that tho baggy knees were at tho ankles, and a swallow-ta- ll coat that swept the floor. "Why aro you dressed like that?" asked the judge .both amazed nnd amused. The boy took from his pocket the to summons and pointed solemnly the words: "To appear in his father'3 A hoy of ... ,rtl vy,VM WTh4lfrilTfflWl Eleef ric Succeed when everything else falls. In ncrvoui prostration and female weaknesse they are the Burminr remedy, ai thousands have testified. a 1 liters R suit." Judge When were you born? Prisoner remains silent. Judge Did you hear what 1 safl? ' When Is your birthday? Prisoner Wot do you care? You ain't going to glvo me nothin' for my it is the best mcdlclno ever fold over a druggU"s counter. FOR KIDNEY-LIVEAND STOMACH TROUBLE wmniBKiwianBnHHMmm able. Irish Immigration has fallen U. S FINDS WAY TO nothing." HALT UQUOK FRAUDS birthday. For off to practically Evnrv time the conductor of tho years, though, it is expected that mixed train passed through the coach many Irish will be coming over to "Forgeries and alterations of li"I'll fine you 10 for contempt of the melancholy man Inquired ner- - Join relatives In this country, bailings quor withdrawal permits must be court." "vously: "Aro we almost there, co- for Ireland have, been comparative- stopped!" says Prohibition Director "All right, your honor. I'll pay it. ly few, according to the White Star Hayens. nductor?" but it's a lucky thing for mo that "I've told you repeatedly that we'll line; the creation of the Irish Free And stopped they will be, for the you don't know what I'm thinking." g.ii i Ket there on time," snapped the con- State came so suddenly that Irsh emi- Government has Just adopted a means "I'll Just add another S10 for that FOR PERSONAL HVr.lFHP FOR FLETCHER'S get of protection that is expected to remark." grants have hardly had time to Dissolved In water for douches stop ductor. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam"Remember, my wife is dying," re- started. While It is reported that thoroughly choke off wholesale li ''Your honor, my mind Is now a mation. Recommended by Lydia E. turned the melancholy man dolefully. direct passenger service will be in- quor frauds by permit-jugglinperfect blank." Birmingham Ag- Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. Half an hour later the conductor augurated between Ireland and this for Herald. A healing wonder for namil catarrh, The liquor permit swindler country small hope is entertained for many months has been as much of -- . sore throntandsoro eyes Economical. passed through again. ... riu.ouinai7 cjeuiiss M fermiadsl tnrtf. Ohio County SCHOLASTIC MIRTH "I guess she's dead now," said the cheaper passenger rates, owing to jan annoyance to Federal Prohibition l3C3la Fr. 50c. .11 dttlinib. or rn.r:i l VibjJ. TtPiionTo3rtCTOnT.l)cii.MM. V melancholy man, seizing him by the continued high cost of operating Enforcement Agents as check swindlcoat tail, "but I'd be willing to pay ships. The teacher was telling the class ers for years have been to banks and CIRCUIT COURT extra fare if you would speed up a the depositors. about how much intelligence Meets first Monday in March, May The Best Iinxtttivc. up with the funeral. If hit and catch Permits have been altered after horse, dog, monkey and other aniJuly; third Monday in September they embalmed her I might be in leaving official han,ds to the extent mals showed. Then teacher asked, and "My sedentary habits have necesand fourth Monday In November: time." of hundreds of thousands of dollars. "What animal comes next in inteloccasional laxaJudge George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro aQiw Jr The conductor silenced him with a sitated the use of an many The practice has been one of the ligence to man?" but found Com'tli. Attorney Glover II. Cary, tive. I have tried stony stare. most easily penetrated loopholes for Frankie's hand was "raised. "WoChamberlain's Calhoun. The man remained quiet for a nothing better than man," was his reply. Country Genthe crafty bootlegger. Clerk Frank Black. of tobacco Tablets," writes George F. Daniels, spell, calmly chewing a cut In a desperate dffort to circumvent tleman. proB. II. Ellis. Muster Commissioner swindlers, and spitting at a cuspidor. Then the Hardwick, Vt. Mr. Daniels is of the clever bootlegging Trustco Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. prietor of the Hardwick Inn, one through again. conductor passed Teacher And what was Nelson's Government officials recently conCOUNTY COURT "Conductor," said he, "there seems the model hotels of New England, m ducted a lengthy investigation into farewell address? Convenes first Monday in each you lo be a stiff wind ahead. If Bright Boy Heaven, ma'am. the merits of scores of plans and con TREASURE ISLE IX PACIFIC month: would get up a little more steam I trivances to thwart license alteration. London Mail. Judge R. H. Wedding. pay for the extra would be glad to At last the Prohibition EnforceJC- L- jlLProf. Homer R. Dill, of the UniCounty Att'y. Otto C. Martin. L:1J requires the coal. I'd like to see my wife's grave versity of Iowa, who will cruise the ment Service has found a solution Prof. What insect Clerk Guy Rannoy. 1 before tho tombstone crumbles with South Seas next year in search of of the problem that promises to block least nourishment? !BL A Safe Old Fashiened ' Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: age." This is the emBright Pupil The moth. It eats museum material, received an offer license forgeries. Mack Cook, Iris Ronder, George Rmedy for Worms "If you don't sit down and keep from a newspaper correspondent In ployment of special permit-writin- g holes! Science and Invention. P. Jones. Seventy. hyeTesrs continquiet, I'll mako more work for the Maine to furnish charts of a certain machines. Half a hundred of these uous uie is tbe best testiJailer Nat Hudson. damage suit lawyers," returned the island where treasure worth ?60,- - have Just been made for the use of Teacher What makes you so late? monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE QUARTERLY COURT conductor. cn offer you. Please, miss, the doctor Boy C5D burled In 1850. This Issuers of liquor withdrawal permits. 000,000 was Convenes first Monday in each month. Keep a bottle always on The man sighed mournfully, and These machines, while Ingenious brought a new little sister this mornInformation is now in the possession hand. It will help keep FISCAL COURT the conductor passed on. the little ones healthy of Mrs. James Brown, widow of a sea and thoroughly efficient, are small ing. Convenes Tuesday after first MonVery The next time the conductor passed captain who said he helped transfer and simple In operation They reand happy. Teacher (preoccupied) day in January; first Tuesday in 30catxmeatrouri!niffitt'for through the train the man said ex by tho good, but don't let It happen again. general .lore; or ll jour doler Cocos Island, where semble a check protector made the treasure from April and, October, R. R. Wedding can'l uppljryou.iendhitnune citedly: "Conductor,' I Just now reit was originally buried in 1820. Sev- same manufacturer and employ the London Opinion. d 30c in al.iDpa and we'll County Judge, presiding. member I have a note due in the bank eral companies organized in tho past most modem protective principles end you a botila promptly. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford In thirty clays, and my credit will bo possible check writer. LIS. IHEY, Elllkut. III. After the Janitor had tacked a new 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towflvo years have failed to locate the of the safest mined if you tlont get me there in treasure. Tho company making these devices map on tho wall, Unison said to Am-letime to meet it." for the- Government has guaranteed "The United States Is getting to ttnl District Q.' B. Brown, Simmons -0 There'll bo an inquest over your not to manufacture any other ma- be a great big place, ain't it?" A Xcw Angle On This One KIi District J. II. Murphy, Fords- remains if you don't watch out," the "Yes," said Amley, "if It gets to When the ambitious young man chine of exactly tho samo type. vlllo. threatened. by be much bigger, I'll have to move my WILL xonductor The words of the text stamped entered the superintendent's office otii District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart. Sadly v tho melancholy individual the office boy was seated in tho the machines on the permits are dia- desk." Youngstown Telegram. TAKE ford, R. F. D. No. . lell back in his beat. swivel chair with his feet on top of gonal. This permits writing more (MIi District Mack Martin, Narrows, WILSON'S SHIRT AT ACTION. There was a lot of switching done the desk. words on each line than any other R. F. D .No. 2. next station, and when the nt the "Is the superintendent in?" in- machine can do, and prevents tho In Albany, Ga., tjie Daughters of 7th liistiict J. Walter Taylor, Beaconductor entered the coach again he quired the young man. insertion of interlinear words, which A Troalmsnl ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. to keep his temper unthe American Revolution held an auc endeavored "Nope; you'll have to wait, whart-d- a permit forgers. The most importint (or WEAK HOARD OK EDUCATION cast-oshirts made into has been a common practice among tion of der perfect control. He was sur yer want?" said the kid. .Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason dainty aprons, the proceeds of which prised to see the melancholy man " Do you buppose there is an open- feature of tho machine, however, is LUNGS or Convones First Monday In everj laughing and talking with a passen- ing here for a college graduate?" that the amount of liquor to bo wlth- - will go toward the education of orCONSUMPTION Wfllson's month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, ger who a few minutes before had "Nope; not now.but there will be, drawn Is perforated entirely thru the phan girls.' Secrctary-Treabitre- r. Paper and also macerated, all in one short brought the. top price; other and entered the coach. A flask contain- if they dont raise my wages." suspicious-lookin- g colorless notables who donated shirts includ- R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A Quick rcltcl lor that tired, run down feeling ing a That same kid was fired shortly operation. Alteration of permits is R. F. D, No. C. coughs, paint in chctt. night iweaU. hemor liquid, which a Volstead chemist after as uupossioie as alteration or. cnecKs ed Edison, Ford and Dcmpsey. W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart- rbagei, weak lungi or consumption. If II doc undoubtedly pronounced would have not help you It costs you nothing. g "Well," said the chief clerk to written with the samo machine. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. PHYSICIANS CURB contraband, was in plain evidence. the superintendent, "we've seen the LOCK BOX aie. OHIO MEDICAL GO, "PSYCHIC SNEEZER" Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. COLUMBUft O "You don't feel so bad about your last of him." Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. wJXo'b death just now," said the conWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward "Don't be' too sure," replied tho Denver, March 11. Miss Eula Claud Rcnfrow, Dundee. for any Catarrh that cannot be ductor. superintendent. "He's liable to turn cured by case of Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Johnson, the "psychic sneezer," has Examinations. "Time heals all wounds," said tho up hero again as an efficiency exHall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken For Common School Diplomas by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-flv- e been relieved of her ailment, declare disconsolate one. V-Vpert." ER -years, and has become known as the Denver physicians, who assert that Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan"And you're not so darned particu4 most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's her beliof that sho "had to sneezo" uary, and Second Friday and SaturGULF OK MKXICO IS Catarrh Mcdlclno acts thru the Blood on lar about the note?" the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol. was tho real cause of her constant day in May. To be hold in Fords-vill- e, HIGHER THAN ATLANTIC son from "Not now. I should worry. I've the Blood and healing the dis- sternutation. " Beaver Dam and Hartford. out, and I been figuring the thing eased portions. The victim of the strange neurotic For Teachers' Certificates Third Careful measurement made by the After you have taken Hall's Catarrh lind that the note has been outlawed by the statute of limitations since I U. S. coast and geodetic survey Medicine for a short time you will see a affliction was brought to a Denver Friday and Saturday in May, Juno, In your General Kreat Improvement hospital from her home in Western and September. Except notico is almvuo Mint Mm lnvol -- . ilia wntnr In health. Start taklnc Hall's Catarrh Medl. aw you last." -. , ...v ..-- . nt ...- clne at once and sot rd ot catarrj, sena Nebraska, and her almost ceaseless given to the contrary the latter exTho conductor collapsed, and the the Gulf of Mexico on the' west coast for testimonials, free. v T niri?MPv a. rn mil., sm... I sneezing i for a time threatened se- - aminations will be held in Hartford. Wlljo. ?, nt iha nonlnaiiln nf T.Mnnliln nvprnpna. Sold by all W train dragged on. I.CjM. Druggists, 75c. OTHER OFFICERS s of a foot higher than tho V Tnx Commissioner It F. Keown, LIQUOR STILL EXPLODES A Timely Hukki'mIIoii. level of tho water in tho Atlantic on Feelirtcht all tho time. Don't lay oft Fordsville. you havo a cough the east coast. This difference of The next time from work for days by taking calomel I Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville ' when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x Cough level which apparently results from keeps yon While concocting some powerful or cold try Chamberlain's Representative Ira Jones, White en your feet, while reliovingyour troulx Remedy. It is pleasant to take and tho surplus water received through hootch liquor in the basement of a Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorft Run. jou are suro to bo pleased with tho the Yucatan channel, driven into tho New York tenement an unidentified take anything else. You can't afforsj HARTFORD remedy Gulf by equatorial currents from the man was killed by tho explosion ot it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By Teller which it affords. This Pollco JudgL J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constipation. A nafc. has a wide reputation for its cures of east, is believed to bo responsible for his still. Thinking a bomb had gone ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Major W. C. Blankenship. m tho coughs and colds. current of tho Gulf off, 20 families In tho building fled in its effect and certain in results. I Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. . from their apartments. stream. won't bo long before Liv-V- e Lax will I ROCKPORT IMMIGRATION WANKS. IRISH completely displaco calomel in ererj Young Son Father, what is the "Johnnie, did you take your cough Robert L. Green, Judge. nome.1. Children can take it freely ans) ,wlth perfect safety. Every bottle guar Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. Congressman Slegol, member of the difference botweon a taxidermist and medicine regularly in school, as I told antced. fjOcand $1 in bottles.. Non Edd Cooper, Chairman. (you?" committee on immigration, says: a taxicab? genuine without tho likeness and shratV ' ', Father No difference, my son;1 "No'am; Johnnie Budds liked it, V. II. Blackburn, Clerk. "Tho effect of tho establishment of Wro of L. K. Grifisby, For ualo by " Stllll Mason, Treasurer. I, . TrrTJ.UMg, ,tho Irish Free Stato is already notice- - they both skin you. Wayside Tales, an he gimrao an apple for It." Mr Every Woman Wants lrliislBBnJII Oh.ilti.ren Cry DIRECTORY CASTO R i'lnl A g. -- n Mothers use BqfS Yefiriil - x I ue W S3 n, y: - YOU. OUR MM GERMINAL REMEDY ff i v r j lo FORaONE MONTH f -- How's This? USE LI LAX For Lazy Liver and (he Troubles of Constipation. ... .- nlne-tenth- I out-flowi- s- .Hiltox4 4 M O T to 25 spankings, according to gravi- AUUINALDO ASKED TO M ty of offense etc. Hero aro tho VISIT SPANISH VKTH "don'ts": Don't wear unbuckled Los Angolos, March 11. Rememdon't swoar in public unlets in llnnluiiptry At (IS, lie Ttiltcs 21; don't use cignrottes unions 21; bering the mngnanlmous spirit disChance Anil Again Amasses don't spoon In an nuto whore public played by Abraham Lincoln toward can Couifoilnlili' Port line. don't steal "souvenirs"; his eneinlcc nnd thosj of his Hag nnd don't uso Bomoono olso's nuto for a how the war with Spain united tho Joy rido; don't "fly rldo" on running North and South, tho oxeclitlvo com San Francisco, Mnroh 11. Ills llfo hnv-in- g slogan hhit been: "Don't weaken! boards, radiators or tiro onrrlors of mittee or Spanish War Veternns, in chnrgo tho arrangements for nuto; don't roller skate In downtown AVhat Is ago7 Courngo Is tho thing! annual convention district; don't hook sleds on nutos; tho twenty-fourt- h Hefuso to tie bwitohl" don't bo n rowdy In an Ice cream of United Spanish War Veterans, to Ho when nt tho ago nf 65, Francis bo held here In August, today voted Jt ("Ilorax") Smith found that his parlor. to extend n spcclnl invitation to Eml-ll- o $20,000,000 fortune was gone nnil A pain Ik tho sldo or back Agulnnldo, leader of tho Insurrecthat he was not only "liroke" hut In catches you .when you straightenthat up tionists In the Philippine Islands, to lelit to tho tune of several millions, calls for a rubbing application of be tho convention's guest of honor. ho didn't contemplate suicide. Nor llallard's Snow Liniment. It relaxes Recent cablegrams gave the commitdid ho quit. tho contracted muscles and permits teemen tho cue that Mr. Agulnnldo Today, at tho ngo or 73 ho Is masordinary bodily motion without suf- planned nn extensive tour ot tho ter of nnother fortune of several fering or Inconvenience. Price 30c, United Statc3 this summer. millions nnd, righting with both fists COc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Other guests or honor invited were to regain his lost title of "Ilorax Ohio County Drug Co, m Secretary ot War Weeks, Secretary King." And If h runs true to form or tho Navy Denby, Secretary or the Iiq's likely to get It. PRISON-IIOR11AIIV Interior Fall, who aro members or How lie Starlcil. iiy ,tv Spanish War Veterans' camps; Unit to mi An accident, occurlng when ho was and ed States Senators Johnson .28, caused "Borax" Smith to adopt Albany, N. Y March 11. A baby Shortrldge, Governor Stephens nnd his fighting philosophy. Ho had pur- girl, born In Auburn prison today many state, coUnty and city otriclals. chased a small timber claim In Nova-d- a was brought several step3 nearer her Roosevelt Camp, or this city, will exand tnken a contract to supply freedom by the passago In tho Senate tend a special Invitation to young Ono day with fuel a Nevada mlno. of Senator Foaron's bill, which es- "Teddy" Roosevelt to attend tho conlit returned to find four Mexicans nnd pecially applies to her case. vention as its own guest. Roosevelt an Indian, all armed, cutting down Tho baby Is Gloria O'Dcll, whoso Camp was named In honor ot his his wood. Smith had but four cart- father nnd mother two years ago were rather. ridges and a rifle. Hut, thought lie, convicted of murder. Tho father was tho Intruders did not know that. Did electrocuted In Sing Sing prison and Surgeons agree that In cases ot ho dare tncklo five of them? the mother sentenced to twenty years 'tits, burns, bruises and wounds, the "Don't weaken!" said his courage In Auburn. first treatment Is most lnvportant Ho fired two shots. Tho trespassers Baby Gloria was born shortly after When an efficient nntisoptic Is fled. her mother's arrival at tho prison. promptly, there Is no danger of It was from this timber claim that In Rochester, whero Infection nnd tho wound begins to ho first saw upon the adjacent desert her parents lived, sought to take the heal at onco. For uso on man or tho broad white streaks that later baby and care for her. beast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antisepHis wore to uinko his first fortune. A special law was required, howtic and healing agent.- - Buy It now borax discovery meant Httlo If "you ever nnd Senator Fearon drafted It. and be ready for an emergency. Thcro was but little deweakened." It is almost certain that the bill will Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by mand for It and the prlco was high. bo rcleasod from the Rules Commitm Ohio County Drug Co. About 600 tons a year was used, ho tee, and passed by tho assembly. recalls. A stroke of tho Governor's pen will FRENCH PAPERS COMMENT. News of his discovery caused a then release little Gloria from her slump In value. His asso- prison terrific walls. Tarls, March 11. The American ciates quit. demand for the. payment of $241,-000,0Smith Sticks. before any other German reWhy Colds Are Dangerous. "Don't weaken!" said his courage. parations are paid, was treated by the Ho accumulated a forSmith stuck. You aro often told to "beware of Paris afternoon newspapers as by the tune of somo $25,000,000 but only INCORPORATED packed a cold," but why? We will tell you morning editions, as a bill which tho had after ho bor"ax out of the desert nnd created a Every cold weakens tho lungs, low allies had not expected. Temps says that The ers the vltaflty nnd pairs the way i big market for It. r.r the ii ore serious dl m- - !. PoJiVe tho United States Is certainly en InThen, with a large Incomo to vest, Smith became Interested In a who contract pneumonia first take-cold-. titled to reimbursement, but she Tho longer a cold hangs on, should collect fnyn Germany, Inasfast ferry system between San FranOakland which, it Is held, tho greater tho danger especially from much as she did not sign the treaty cisco and i r practically made the city of Oakland. the germ diseases, as a cold prepares of Versailles ,and made a separate Temps Huge expenditures were Involved and the system for the reception and de- treaty with Germany. The tho railroad competition came. At velopment of the germs of consump- remarks that the United States would FORD'S IIAILWAY ADVENTURE state Commerce Commission. It he office and secured the license, costing-thehas tho right Ideas, that will be re$1.00. tho ago of G5 he had developed cities, tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever and havo demanded payment In May, 1921 but lost his fortune and plunged Into whooping cough. Tho quicker you If she had believed the allies should Henry Ford's experiment In operat- vealed In the figures on earnings, exgot rid of your cold, tho less the dan- .pay. debt. ing the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton penditures and Income. If his theJacques Balnvllle, writing In La Railroad Is being closely watched by ories are Impractical, that will be "Don't weaken!" said his courage. ger of contracting one or these diHe saw borax holdings sold to pay seases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Llborte says the demand was made the railway men, who are careful to shown In red ink. The Journal Is opinloans. Dut also ho recalls that many has a groat reputation as a cure for in response to American public keep us informed as to developments. not so prejudiced against Mr. Ford years back ho had been one of a com-xan- y colds and can bo depended upon. It ion. Mr. Ford has been Increasing wages that it would1 be unwilling to utilize m Interested In a silver claim that, is pleasant to take. reducing rates on his railroad his plan ot railway management, It Take Herbine for Indigestion. It and appearances, would not proto all and he has been telling the world It could bo proved by experience that pain In a few minutes and duce. Smith' had thought differently Has Hud Stomach Trouble 'For Sev- relieves the he would run the railroads of the It Is a better plan than that nowMn force's the fermented matter which how en Years. put In $160,000, taking stock In nnd country If they were his. His Ideas practice. It Is up to Mr. Ford to1 or Fenmore, causes the misery Into tho bowels Theodore Sanrord payment. This he had turned over In more make good. Sioux City (Iowa) Jourexpelled. Price 60c. Sold about running railroads are to his wlfo Just beforo tho crash Mich., has had stomach trouble tor where It Is or less violent conflict with those ot nal, December 24. m Drug Co. came. And now, in his extremity, seven years, and could not eat vegeta- by Ohio County the railway managers, and It Is hard"After the birth of my bles or fruit without pain In tho was coming to his rescue. the nilno ly possible for them to discuss htm, baby I had back-set- ," nights. By tak- FIRST WOMAN SHERIFF stomach and restless Stake All Wins. with patiFOR FLETCHER'S SUCCEEDS SLAIN MATE his ideas or his railroad writes Mrs. Mattie Cross-whi- te, Ho at onco went after borax de- ing Chamberlain's Tablets he is now ence. It is not The Journal's purablo to eat vegetables or fruit withcf QIade Spring, posits In tho Searles Lako region, secomment on Mr. Mayfleld, Ky., March 11. Mrs. pose, however, to mm a hard fight In out causing pain or sleeplessness. It Va. "I was very ill; cured leases after or Sherirt John Ford's notions about railway man- MEXICO LEADS U. S. IN Washington and mado the mlno pay troubled with Indigestion or consti- Lois Ranch, widow agement or on what his critics thought I was going to arguPRODUCTION' OF SILVER If he fail- pation glvo these tablets a trial. They T. Roach, slain recently in an for his Initial equipment. them. It wishes merely to die. I was so weak 1 are certain to prove beneficial. v m ment, was named her husband's suc- present some figures showing what ed the mlno was lost and there was morning by County Judge couldn't raise my head to cessor this Mexico City, March 11 Mexico .some reason to believe that It might. Is doing with tho Detroit, Monroe and was sworn into office at Mr. Ford GERMANY AMUSED BY produced 38.6 per cent of the total get a drink of water. I Just then came word that threo prosToledo & Ironton. DEMAND FROM AMERICA once. world production of silver in 1921 pectors had found a borax mine In took . . . medicine, yet 1 The net operating Incomo of the and the United States In tho same She Is Kentucky's first woman Nevada, near the Grand Canyon. He didn't get any better. I Berlin, March 11. Tho request of sheriff. She was appointed after a road in March 1921, when the Ford period produced only 31 per cent of rode eighty miles on horseback Into was constipated and very charge, was $77,-98- 5. by Judge Monroe management took the world total of 161,000,000 qunces tho desert to get there. Ho didn't tho United States for approximately week's deliberation For tho month of April It was says the American Chamber ot Comweak, getting worse and have time to appraise tho property, a billion gold marks as reimburse- and bondsmen of her husband. worse. IsentforCardui." Mrs. Roach was born In Barren $276,452, a sudden gain of nearly merce .of Mexico. for competitors were In tho field. He ment for the cost of maintaining Its Slnco April the net operat The year 1921 was classed as a bad onco and only upon troops on the Rhine, has occasioned County In 1895 and met her husband $200,000. had to act nt at Bowling Green when they attended ing Income has shown a decline each year in silver mining, due to the low amusement hero,, where It Is presumTAKE his Judgmont. month, according to the statistics of market price ot the metal but despite "Don't weaken!" said his courage. ed iu otfictal quarters that tho allies normal school there In 1913. She earnings and expenses filed with the He closed tho deal for a quarter of must pay the amount out ot the re- was married to Mr. Roach In 1917. Interstate Commerce Commission, al- this condition more than 62,000,000 ounces were taken from tho Mexican ho was 73. If ho parations which already have been Perry Roscoe Brown was named chlet a million. And though Its total earnings hdvo stea- mines. judged wrong his last card was gone. paid by German nnd, as ono commen- deputy to Mrs. Roach. dily Increased. For the month of Due to the revival of mining activiHo took the mlno while astonished tator, expressed it, "largely spent by "Tho evening wore on," continu August the net operating Income was ty In Mexico during the closing France." Tlvals looked on.. The Tageblatt thinks this Is an- ed the man who was telling the sto $70,643; for September, 46,749; for months of 1921 and the reopening of Today his firm announces' that October, $15,191. The gross earn- mines In all parts ot the country, tho j there is $24,000,000 worth of borax other example of "discreet pressure" ry. ings for October wore $213,000 great"Excuse me," Interrupted the which America can bring to bear to Chamber expects that the MexIcan sight there. In wit. But can you tell us er than for March. Genoa conference would-b- e production of 1922 will greatly exSo ho has no causo to regret his show that tho ot tho ocWhat Is the explanation "Courage Is tho thing! What without her is simply useless. It de- what tho evening wore on that ceed that of last year. slogan: steady shrinkage In the pet operating . clares it is another proof and a warn- casion?" is age? Don't weaken." "I found after one bot: . "I don't know that It Is, Important," Incomo, while at tho same time ing to tho allies that America can "My good woman," said tho clergyearnings have as steadily in- man to tho sorely tried matron, "did tle of Cardui I was im"But if you SPANKINGS play cat and mouse with them, mak-lu- g replied tho story-tolle- r. VIOLATIONS llHIXG answer proving," adds Mrs. their position as difficult or as must know, I believe that It was the creased? Railway men would of a summer day." Cincinna- ?Ub" Max Wltkower, justice or the. peace easy as she wishes. close Crosswhite. "Six botyour husband'shead?" Mr. Ford Is not tho wizard or Evanston, 111., has decreed that The amount demanded, In the opin- ti Commercial Tribune. "No, your rlveronce, I but Ol've tles of Cardui and management that he assumes to be. I or Northwestern uni- ion ot tho Tageblatt, Is Immaterial, boys and thrown n lighted lamp at him once was cured, yes, I can say Tho lights were low, and stlllnoss It Is n tact well established that tho or twice. versity who violate his 10 command- tho Important fact remaining that they were a God-sen- d to punished by from flvo something was demanded which caus reigned Iri tho back parlor. Presently sudden largo increase In the net Oments shall be tho first me. I believe I would perating Incomo In April, a female voico was hoard: I'FredcJie, For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or ed consternation among the allies. month undor the Ford management, irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore-houn- d have died, had it not been Der Tag Is or the boiler tho de- dear!" was due to the diversion by Mr. Ford, Syrup Is a healing balm. It "Ves angel." for Cardui." Cardui has mand is an exhibition ot tho United Your Stomach ? How's "Does my head seem heavy on your of all ills business to his own rail- does its work quickly and thoroughStates' displeasure over France's been found beneficial in road. It Is clear how this business ly. Prlco 30c, 60c nnd $1.20 per and Your Liver ? armament policy, and is Intundod to shoulder?" many thousands of other tho out- bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug! "No, darling. It 13 very light, In- could bo greater In volume at help In real reconstruction ot Eu Health is Most Vital lo You cases of womanly trouset than lu the succeeding months. Company. m deed!" Yonkers Statesman. rope's economic condition. "Durham, N. C "As for Dr. Pierco'a bles. If you feel the need It Is to be kept in mind, also, that 4 "It tho Amorlcan demand rqally Golden Medical Discovery which I uso BODY MISLAID; GETS, VERDICT on July 1 Mr. Ford Instituted both FINED FOR FAILING of a godd, strengthenconstantly, I don't believe there is a bet- means this," It adds, "wo warmly advances In wages and reductions in TO GET DOQ LICENSES ter liver medicino made. I uso it for head- wolcomo It." ing tonic, why not try ache, stomach disorders and torpid liver. A New York Jury awarded Charles local rates. Thl3 would account ror Cardui? It may be just is not unpleasant to tnko and docs not In It Seigrlst $2500 damages against St. a part, at least, of the shrinkage Paris, Ky March 11. Fifteen reileave a constipaUx! condition as so many what you need. Raymond's qemetory lor misplacing tho net operating Income. sidents ot tho Mlllersburg precinct, I of the liver pills nnd medicines do. It FOR FLETCHER'S Tho Journal Is not presenting any Bourbon County, woro served with' docs its work and leaves ono feeling like tho body ot his wife, who died dur.a new person." Howard Holdcn, 1300 ing the Influenza epidemic ot 1918. defense ot tho Ford management of warrants by tho sheriff's office, i All , Glenn St. . It charging thorn with falling to secure' Owing to a strike of the grave dig- tho Detroit, Toledo & Ironton. You can quickly put yourself in A- -l Customer I can't find my wlfo gers' union, over 70 bodies woro tem- is presenting only such facts as are dog licenses. They woro arraigned condition by going to your druggist and obtaining this Discovery of Dr. Picrco a anywhere, what shall I do? porarily placed in tho same vault. available at this distance. Mr. Ford's before County Judge Bntterton this, Pierco, in tablets or liquid, or writo Dr.lluffulo, Shopwalker Just start talking to All bodies woro later burled in theories of railway management will morning and entering pleas of guilty president Invalids' Hotel, in our pretty assistant over there. trenches instead, of graves and Mrs be tested by tho montnly balance wire tach fined $10. Each ot the fifJtf. Y., for fm medical advice. 'sheet that he submits to the Inter- - teen then went to tho county clerk's Selgrlst's body was lost track of. London Opinion. BORAX KING WINS THROUGH COURAGE '"44tt4 In fact, we .; ON US N freed l are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLAITK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IXT STOCK. If You op-pll- Near-relativ- es thing have something to SELL or anytry an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 00 Hartford Printing Company lone-handed- ly semi-offici- al HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 5 Was Very Weak t 3 Children Ory CAS.TORI A say-abo- 4i I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic the-gros- s '.??" ' ril I co-o- ... Children Ory CASTORS S Druggirts S 4v for Franco. Somo Americans do lie-co- ki rD fe's PAID LAWYERS SPREAD OF RED' PROPAGANDA Bolshevist Activities In the Various Countries Are Under Highly Systematic Regulation. I In the Deutsche Allgemelne Zeltung, one of the many publications controlled by Hcrr Stlnnes, an annotated map was published recently, showing tho organization of the Bolshevist propaganda throughout the various countries of Kuropc. Skillful Leaders of the Oar Have Been Rewarded for Their Services With Smalt Fortunes. nnrrlngton Ward, receive n foo of 10,000 guineas for undertaking the defense In Egypt of a wealthy Albanian charged with attempting to murder Lord Allcnby, Is by no means the only English lawyer whoso forensic skill tins been rewarded by a fee In five figures, usually abroad, remark London Answers. Sir Itoiindcll Palmer's services nt the Geneva convention were rewarded by a fee of 1",000. Mr. Petersen, an English barrister, when practicing In Calcutta, bad a retainer of 100,000 rupees and a dally refresher of 10,000 rupees for his defense of Totes nn Indian contractor. A fee of 10,000 guineas was offered to Sergeant Ballantyne to defend the gackwar of Harodn on a charge of attempting to kill Mr. 1'hnyre, the British resident, by mixing diamond dust with his food. For negotiating a treaty of pence with Japan John W. Foster received a fee of 10,000 from the Chinese government, and Chauncey Depew, tho American lawyer and wit, was rewarded by a fee of 40,000 for saving an estate from bankruptcy. Some enormous fees have been paid to eminent counsel for defending wealthy prisoners.- Francis Wellman was paid 8,000 for Ms successful defense of the Hymns twins of Canada, who were charged with murder. Colonel James got a fee of 5,000 (the ntinmil income of an EncHsh high court Judge) for his defense of Inspector McLaughlin, who was accused of bribery some time ago. Two other American counsel, Austin Itolllns, each reVox and Daniel ceived a 0,000 fee for prosecuting In certain police court trials. Doctor Delm.-i- was retained for the defense of Harry Thaw at a fee of 20,000, which, after all, was but half Grevy for the sum paid his service In the great Dreyfuss guano lawsuit. IC. Per-sand, s 0., who la to According to this map, the entire organization Is under n propaganda composed committee, of Zlnovleff, llath'k, Chlchcrln, Lunnchnrskl, and Krnssln. The working of this committee Is subdivided Into sections, Including nn "oillclal section," which has charge of soviet diplomatic and commercial delegations abroad; n "press bureau," which controls the nnd numerous wireless stntlons; various "secret sections," tho functions of which are not made entirely clenr. The ofllclal section Is directed from lllga by Iiltvlnoff. The Allgemelne Zeltung declares thnt Berlin Is the chief foreign center of llolslievlst activity, and alleges thnLthe Ilerlln mission supports the Rote Faliue (the Itcrlln Communists' organ). Next In Importance to Berlin Is Prague; but Milan is also an Important propagandist center. From this latter point the tentacles are spread through tho Italian, Swiss, and Jugo-Slaregions. According to the mnp, London Is not nn independent center, but is handled from Paris, to which city the Moscow authorities devote special attention. The Living Age. v "MIRACLE" WAS BEYOND HER Unfortunate Italian Woman Threatened With Death by Her Superstitious Townspeople. Torello Rossi, a peasant of San Prosnere. Tuscany, had been 111 for some time. As the cures given did not Improve his condition, the population decided that lie was the victim of witchcraft. After taking council to-- I aether, they decided that the witch must be discovered by the tests which, have been In practice for ages, says a ltomc dispatch. The family of Rossi were old to put his underllnen into a pot of boll-ln- g water, and then beat them with rods. This process would cause grave physical pain to the witch, who would then call and cure the sufferer. This was done, and a few days later an old woman who had originally lived-nex- t door to Rossi appeared at the house. Her visit Immediately condemned her In the eyes of the populace as the witch and she was ordered to free her supposed victim from bis Illness. She promised to do so, but said that it was Impossible unless she had the aid of three other women who were more conversant with witchcraft than she was. But the three were not forthcoming, and tho "miracle" was therefore left to the old woman, who tried everything she could think of to cure the sufferer, but without success. The crowd was finally aroused to such anger that the unfortunate womun would probably have been drowned In the river but for the timely luterventlon of the curublneers. I DEMAND FOR FURTHER Connecticut Newspaper Know More About LIGHT to I I Wants Buying Women's Shoes for $2 a Pair. i readers that a large manufacturing establishment In Its city Is aiding its employees by selling shoes and coal to the operatives at n reduced rate. Listen to this, for example: Women's shoes, durable, stylish and cheap withal, are being distributed to workers who want them for $2 a pair. The significance of the $2 price Is seen In xa comparison with ordinary shoe price schedules. The shoes are sold on two days each week and several hundred pairs still remain. , As to the conl, It Is sufllclent to say that the corporation Is furnishing three carloads a week to Its employees at $12.50 a ton, which docs not strike as as such a marvel as the sale of shoes at $2 a pair, but as to this we should welcome further Information, says the Hartford Courant. If It Is possible to buy shoes nt once durable and stylish at $2 the facMias gained precious little piibllelty In the last four years, even among women, and we should suppose that the women ot Bridgeport would he apt to mention the fact to the dealers In the city. (Surely there must be men employed by this corporation who would'be glnd to find It dealing In footwear for them, Inasmuch as mere mnn will need shoes within a month or so at the best. Why not sell them durable and stylish shoes at, say, $4? We shall watch the further oevelopment of this plan with . some Interest. r . A Bridgeport (Conn.) paper tells Its Miny Uses for Sweet Potato. A negro scientist of Tuskegee, Aln has discovered manifold uses for the sweet potato, that near relation of the peanut, yielding everything from Ice cream to Ink. Mr. Carver enlightened the ways and means committee of congress and Incidentally asked for a little "protection" on the products of southern soil. Said Mr. Carver: "Here Is n bottle of mock oysters. Here Is a bottle of relish for the oysters, made Peanuts make flno from peanuts. cereal coffee. The sweet potato products number 107 up to date. I have, not finished working with them." So, after all, some ot the tariff hearings urn not so dull and humdrum us one would think. Scientlllc American. Kindly Commissioner. oilico of Justice of the peace In the "black bottom" part of town. One bar there was to his preferment he could Old Knickers and Golf Suit. The home folks were mystliled the other day when Harold, who Is attend- I lng university, wrote a nu letter to his sister, Elsie, asking her to dig Into his old trunk up In the at tic und send him the knlckerbocker Norfolk suit he wore during his junior Remembering year In high school. with what joyous abandon Harold Mopped out of short pants into his first suit of long trousers, mother could not figure out why he should want to backslide. A postscript cleared up the mystery, says the New York Sun. "All the fellows are wearing golf suits on the campus," Harold wrote, "especially on Saturdays and Sundays. I know dad cun't afford to stake mo to $05 worth of new clothes, so I'll try to bluff tho thing through with my old high school knickers nnd about $2 worth of regulation golf stockings." J up-stnt- e Bobby's A Comment. Uncle Ike aspired to the elective Franklin husband und wife were ver a having a heated argument member of a club to which the husThe husband, of band belonged. course, wus of the opinion that the member in question wus not guilty of the ucciibutloiis made, against him. Tho wife, bent on having tho last word, retorted sarcastically: . "No, I don't suppose anyone In that club could do wrong." Bobby, who apparently had been Intent on the contents of a bowl of oatmeal, stopped lpng enough to get In a word when tbero wus u lull In the arThree-year-old neither read nor write. Ills employer advised lilin to go to the commissioner of elections nnd itsk whether he was eligible. Ike went and returned. "Whut did be tell you, Ike?" inquired Lis employer. "It's all right, sub," answered Ike. "Dat gennulmnn suttluly wus kind to ine, suh.- Ho tolo jne I was Illegible fo' dat office, suh." - gument. With downcast eyes ho murmured, "Poor ilsh." Indlunapolls News. f 1 Cotton Cultivation In Syria. The French high commissioner has decided to estubllsh In Syria an experiment station for cotton culture In tho Akkar plain, east of Tripoli (Tarn-bulusThis stntlon will deal espen cially wlthquestlons concerning n cultivation, but It will nlso Itself with matters uffectlng agriculture in generul and cuttle breeding. Tho construction of tho necessary buildings and tho Installation of the station will bo begun ut once, the British Board of Trade Journal states In a receut Issue. ). cot-tocon-cer- Tours for Students. A committee of representative Hollanders has Just revived a work which wus undertaken before tho war in the effort to una n go tin exchange of International tours for students, both male und female. The object of these Journeys Is, by making the acquaintance of foreign countries und peoples, to widen the mental view und to open the eyes of thoic taking part to the necessity for friendly relations umong the civilized nations of the world. It Is proposed that similar committees In each of the countries engaging in the interchange shall receive the tourists und urrnuge for visits to places and Institutions thut would bo of Interest und value. naturalized citizens ot France, Just as Frenchmen btfeomo naturalized citizen of this country. America "What is tho matter with the pub- welcomes as citizens good men and lic schools? Tho only ' answer Is true of other countries as Franco welthat there Is too much public, too lit- comes nn American who wishes to betle' of the school; From ono end of come French. . But not for a bonus! the land to tho other we need more nnd more schools. More schools, so marriage licenses. that the cherished hopes and ideals and hard work of tho whole' teaching Frank Unit, Simmons to Lydona force from tho superintendent to the Hall, Beaver Dam. nsslstant teacher may servo the naKills Hlnes, Hartford Route 1, to tion as thoy so sincerely aspire to and Deemto Schroatef', Ilostne, plan for," O. W. Jeffries, Fordsvlllo, to MarTho quotation Is from "Tho Teach- garet E. Crawloy, Fordsvlllo. er and tho Taught," an artlclofin tho .arch Issue of Harper's Magazine, written by Grace Irwin. Every friend STRAY STREAKS feature of of the Americanization tho work ot the public school should (By Fluko McFIuko.) read It; every legislator who raises a hand or a vote against liberal sup-no- rt Louie Fulkerson, a distinguished to the public school should be member of the association 'of Nlght- titld to a stake and made to listen to ! haw,g procured a furi0UR the first it. For it Is not only the child ofof th,3 week and went way up foreign parents or the child born nbout Sunnydai0 aml Dundee, and emigrant to tho United pogedIy t0 seli tractors. But, If who needs Americanization; it ,0 returns without some bottled Is the street child, tho child of pov-- ( moonbealn, on Ua hlp ciiarges are erty and Ignorance and wretchedness, , t cei.aln t0 be preferred against who must have It. And it Is here him. that he gets his first and often his only knowledge of what real Ameri1'iTco of habit Is a mighty hard can citizenship may be; here In the thing to snatch ono's self away public school he learns not only the irom. AUS'uraicner nas ueen oui ui y three Us but what trutn, nonor ana i fJie Snerff9 office ever since mean, and what the rights not, to this ry ,ntU Yet ho has of others stand for In young lives ,,.. Ho nlisse,i therefrom. wrr i 0 -- AlBta,lriA In. nrtlfl IOH iiveu uiuernist? 1tAl uuij iu builisu cguiaiui hangs closer to the same old spot, Would there were more Grace than does a wet dog to a logheap fire and more Harper's Mngazlnes'to In zero weather. publish articles like this; article's public which show the American This office was highly elated yesschool in a more grim light than terday by the visit of a representaj that which Illuminates merely pretty tive of Uncle John D. Rockefellor, ... buildings on a West end avenue to HUIUS IlUiril Ul Ttnm.n.. 1U1II, ...tin a,n DCUVV1 fin... liuau.whlch the children of opportunity go. ;pes coai oIl t0 tn3 bUrg was the gen- For it Is to the public schools, down tieman In the slums, standing often tho one clean spot In a wallow of civil, po- 0ld Alec Porter Is aiming to bo in litlcal, moral and actual filth,, to thl3 town tomorrow and Sunday and which America must look for the f.,n tlle best Information, he has pot. And written four to seven of his friends, fires which boil the more we know the facts, tho supposedly, begging them to havo a IfV win wo liiron...1 ui inuro ...11, ...a uuuuuui nf ,,t. ... wee bit ot something laid up on their na ..rf nf fathers that these1,, the cradles of i.t..-- . r. Vittv, Taf lllro .. nnv -- ... ....... . IU1 UK... 1111J3 American ideals for all our yoirth, us would take that much made and adequately support-jj,i- e for a city dude like Alec. ed Nat Hudson, the Jailer, was order of his stand against the ed to bring out the prisoners In Jail In defense teaching of biological science in gen- - for trial one day this week, and It Is eral and Darwinism In particular, Mr. said that Nat told the Court he would get himW. J. Bryan defies anyone to "mako havo to have some time to self more rope ns he cOuld not lead monkey out of him." a ! Surely no one would try, Mr. Bry- the whole bunch with the supply on priests who wish- hands. an. Doubtless the ed to burn Gallileo as a heretic be Our venerable friend, A. Cox, alias cause ot said the world was round the Hebrew Junk-- Dealer, seems to and moved, in face of their assertion completely subsided on makingthat it was stationary and flat, hls dire threats of extermination etc.. fled the Italian, or anyone else, to make monkeys out of them, walking in his last time out in these columns. secon a round earth, sometimes upside It was on or about February the ond, and perhaps that accounts for down! as the day, you One recalls with some pleasure the his proof which' Professor know, was groundhog day and It Is mathematical unquestionably generally supposed that ho simply Simon Newcombe, greatest scientists, went into his dugout for another six one of America's period. adduced to show the Impossibility of week's hibernation flying In a heavler-than-a- lr a man ever "Apples and' Honey." machine. Doubtless he considerNina Snlaman, the English poet nnd anyone who tried to prove ed that essayist, Is the, compiler of the book of to the contrary would be making a essays, stories and poems, published' monkey out ot him! under the title. "Apples nnd Honey."" was The material Is drawn from the Bible; Yet, somehow, the world round and did and does move, and the Talmud, Zangwlll. Disraeli, Wordsworth, Longfellow, Leigh Hunt nnd men did and do fly in he'avier-thon-a- lr machines, an somehow even the many other sources and the purpose-Ito show the nntlonnl and spiritual voice of the distinguished Democrat, Indoes not ap- aspect of Zionism. The book Is crying In the wilderness, tended primarily for older children pear sufficiently virile to remove nnd presents the pathos, Joy, beauty from books, libraries, schools or and heroism of Jewish life. Here nre men's minds tho truths which Dar- songs of the Ghetto and songs of the win first gave an astonished world soil, songs of nature nnd of love, songs and which, In our present knowledge of the peddlers nnd the martyrs. Tho of evolution, form the basis of much whole cycle of the year Is followed In prose nnd verse feasts, fasts and of biology. festivals, the Passover, Yom Kipper, seed time and the harvest, springtime The Americanization Committee of und autumn. the American Hotel Association Is undertaking to abolish tho Fr'ach Saving Power on Railroads. cart do jour" and substitute the Tents on tho elevnted roads and subAmerican "Mil of faro." Anything ways- In New York and Philadelphia which has the magic word "Ameri demonstrate that a saving In power canization" tacked onto it is suro to from 25 to 35 per cent can be accomOn tho find faror, and doubtless this move plished by Judicious coasting. In New Avonnn fjpvntoil Huemany advocates, es- - an. :: ; , ment will secure . check peclally such as are unabl todeter- mine wliethor "pom de terre Is a clocks which Indicated what part of hair cut'or something to oat the total running time nail ueen spent The English language owes too In coasting. This Is hardly feasible many of Its strongest words to France or necessary on most surfnee lines, yet for us to bo able to forget tho debt. proper Instructions to inotnrtnen, nftcr proper training for the work, undoubtIt is somewhat doubtful If eliminatworld-wid- e custom will bo ot edly results In nn enormous saving of ing a ns power. Christian Science Monitor, as much aid In Americanization which bo largo and other activities In Women Is Wcmen. powerful an organization as that of "Not ninny women care much for engage. tho hotels .might outdoor sports, do they?" Did you ever "Oh, I don't know. hunt It has been proposed In Franco that see one who did not like to bo In the fish for compliments, laws bo passed to oncourago tho Imu love game, muko a hit migration of young American men, swim, play with her clothes" with the idea that Franco needs "Senoughi I was wrong." Brook youthful males to mnrry and havo lyn Eagle. Tho proposal Includos the children. paying of a bonus to such young AmJohn Chinaman's Birthdays. erican men as will como, glvo up their In China tho child's llrst birthday American and tako out French citi Is made the occasion of great festivizenship and agree to marry French ties. It is the custom to prepare great quantities of "mien." or noodles, and women. about .to all tho relatives und Is not a matter for worry, but for send It It man who friends. After" this llrst celebration, laughter. Any American succeeding birthdays ure scarcely nowould glvo up his American citizen- ticed until the tenth. Then unother ship for a honus would bo well lost great celebration Is held. to this country, and but a poor gain ' ' sup-abro- ad es Lou-StatI I WASHINGTON COMMENT iifosfvifop far H topTtflCE-A-WEEK (St. Louis) Globe-Dewocr- at newspaper vsiwe mixvs wor. (i - ihe greatest A l! iilililiiissss A. uBSSSSriiyBS . - fisS&v- f?'; & published on each Monday and Thursday, and read by over 230,000 families, each issuu contains; Accurate Atsointd l'rcas News Haports, condensed frftw all owr tho world. Ctbe!nl CorrMivJwWut's Kcw, covering! 'the Csntral West. Latctt Grain and Live Stock Markot Quotations. Ctato and National Fa:m Bureau News. Dcpartmcut of Answers to Farn lems, conducted by acthorltief. Prob- Splendid Woman's Page, with rocipca tad patterns. continued stories. Edga'r Guest 'a Poems. Hcallh Dr. Evans' Gripplni: Tails. Comlructlvo Editorials. 8am Jordan, If. IX. Shopard and A. W- llacy philosophy. Blc;cr and Ding Cartoons. ,.. 1 The Hartford Republican and both one year, for $1.85. The Republican, Hartford, Ky. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS1 BOSS Twice-A-Wee- k Globe-Democr- at, Send all orders to. Ir-wl- ns ,.,., GWINE ROUN' TALKIN' 1 i BOUT HE OES' EECHIN' T' j STAHT A GYAHbEN -- YASSUH, AH KNOWS SUMPN BOUT DAT- -- HE JOOES DE Dfc EECHIN' EN AH "DOOES 5tnMunin ww-J- trou-be,w- Company by V. M. Klrtley nnd wlto by deed of .record In Deed Book 42 page C2 Ohio County Court Clerk's office. will bo required to executo bond Immediately after sale with approved security, bearing legal interest from the day of salo until paid and having tho force and effect A lion will bo retainof a Judgment. ed on said property to further the payment of the purchase price. B. II. ELLIS, Master Commissioner Ohio Cir. Ct. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. IMASTKIl COMMISSIONKU'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. W. II. ill so-c- uro Parks and II. T. Holbrook, Plaintiffs, s -- Y?' lal.tlon J$ vs. Notice of Salo. George Kirkwood and Edward ICIrk- wood, defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, entered at tho March 1922 term, In the above styled action, directing mo to sell tho hereinafter described property for tho purpose of paying tho : cost of tho abovo styled action and CKNTKAIj gkove the cost of, this sale, and settling tho partnership existing between them, I Several of this place havo.had an will offer for salo at public outcry to attack of "Fin". tho highest and best bidder at the Ford and Bolton now havo their court house door In Hartford, Ky.. new saw mill la running order. on Monday April 3, 1922, (It being MrT and Mrs. O. J. Porter spent tho first day of tho regular term of Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. tho Ohio County Court,) nt about the and Mrs. Everett Porter at Williams hour of 12:30 p. m., on a credit of Mines. six and twelvo months, the following Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown and i described property, viz daughters, Dora B. and ILuby were All tho coal properties of the West the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Por- Hartrord Coal Company consisting ot ter Sunday. lease covering tho coal underlying Mrs. Amanda. Rowo' Is on tho felck the farm called the Smith farm on list. the L. & N. railroad below Hartford, Mrs. Carrie Martin has moved back ohlo County Ky., together with all to her farm. mining equipment, coal cars, tracks, Miss Letlta Itowe ot Williams rails, tipples, mules, machlnory and Mlues Is visiting Misses Nellie, and all mining equipment aim appuneu-ance- s now located and situate on said Alma Roeder of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Robert parson and farm. Miss Nellie Wallace have gone to Tho purchasor will bo required to Bowling Green to entor school at the executo bonds Immediately after salo . payable In equal Installments, boar- Western Ststo NormaL. . . Miss Carrie Brown returned homo mg Interest at tho rato ot C per cent Sunday after spending the week with per annum from dato until paid. Said her aunt, Mrs. Will Carter at Center-town- . bonds to havo the forco and effect ot A Hen will be retained a Judgment. S- on tho proporty sold to further seCOMMISSIONER'S HALE cure tho payment ot said bonds. Ohio Circuit Court. Given under my hand this tho 16th. day of March, 1922.. John Bullock, Gdn., Plaintiff. B. H. ELLIS, vs. Master Commissioner Ohio County. J. L. Addlngon, etc. Defendants. By vlrtuo of a Judgmout theroto- a. D. Kirk, Clarence Uartlett, M. L. tore rendered and order ofresalo of Heavrln, and O. C. Martin, Attorneys, the Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at tho March Term thereof 1922, tn tho above cause. I shall offer for salo, at SHADE TREES tho Court House door In Hartford, FRUIT TREES Kentucky, to tho highest and best bidder, at public auction on Monday ORNAMETAL TREES tho 3rd day of April, 1922, at ono M. (holng county court o'clock P. FLOWERING SHRUBS day), upon a credit of six and twelvo HEDGE PLANTS months, the following described prop V ?" bur-gain- s, BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS scribed as follows: Beginning at a stono, corner In PLANTS FLOWERS and tho line ot street or public-roaBIJLBS running with the line of said road In a N. E. direction 50 feet to a stono; Everything in FIOWGI'S FrOHl thence In a westerly direction 200 Seeds to Trees feet to the lino ot nn alley; thenco to-wi- erty, The following described tract or parcel ot land' situated at Equality, i Kentucky, Ohio Couuty, and do-- i t: d I with tho line ot said alley S. E. GO feet to tho line of said street or public road; thenco with the line of said road 200 feet to tho place of beginning. This bolng a part of lota. No. 8 as shown on tho plat of said town and conveyed to Farmers Mercantile TAPSC0TT FLORIST I OWENSBORO, KY. Write for Catalogue. x M &.1SKen -- a