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The Hartford republican: March 24, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922032401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: March 24, 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. fVW&Fi-Twmr- JVt.vmW rrft'v'mrifWr ijti ""TW Jl The Hartford Republican iFine Quality Job Printing. Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yew. NUMBER 39 VOL. XXXIV HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, at FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1922. period, died at his homo near Goshen HUNDRED THOUSAND O. L. Shultz, assistant; Miss FlorODDITIES SEEN IN C o'clock Thursday evening of last ence Nelson, high school department; ST8IKE TG TIE UP THE DAILY NEWS Prof. Wilbur Rhoadst tho Smith-HughTO GET EMPLOYMENT week, ns tho result of an attnek of I SECRET PACT TALK Influtnzn in connection with other course; Mrs. S. O. Keown, 6,000 CGAL MINES Infirmities due to his advanced ago. Federal Participation In Ronel Pro- - Newspaper Pngi's Fund of Amusement 7th and 8th grades; O. D. Carsou, To Careful Header. grains To Aid Joblesi; FarMr. Uarncs was a momber of one of 6th and 6th grades; Miss Alice Taymers To Ileneflt. tho oldest families of Ohio County lor, 3rd and 4th grades and Miss lieu- Hughes Terms Charges of U. Ho was married early In life to Miss Washington, March 23. (Capital lah Moore, 1st and 2nd grades. James Hard And Soft Pits To Be Fannl6 II. Austin, who survives her I Washington, March 23. (Capital News Service.) A New York boot- A. Balrd was also custoS. British Agreement Closed; No Hope For Every Btato In tho legger, giving his occupation as "pro- dian. dupartcd husband. To this union News Service.) "Absolutely False." Peace Seen de- fessional," paid more than $2,000 thore are four surviving daughters: union possessing a state highway The Board fixed the tax rajo for and appropriating state Income tax to the United State:) L. llennett, Ileda; Sant partment Mesdames E. the coming year at $1.00 per each Rogers, Beaver Dam; Ola Porter, monoy for road construction approval and the United States took It! $100.00, which is an advance of only 'Washington, March "21. Tho will Indlnnannlls. Mnrrh Side by sldo In a Washington paper 26 cents per hundred. nn..ir. Louls.vlllo.and Paul Woodward, Now ed by the national government tho miracle at a settlement of waco sensation over suggestions of a Philadelphia, Ohio, nlso six sorts: share in the $75,000,000 road appro- is tho announcement that a briden sccrpt difficulties within the next ten days, Messrs. Henry S., Prentiss; It. D., priation passed by Congress. This, groom of eighty Jilted his brlde-to-b- o TAYLOR RIDINGS- basis, means ono hun600,000 miners in all the unionized, "understanding" suddenly flickered Heaver Dam; L. T. and Jesse, Now on a fifty-fift- y of one hundred at tho altar, and out today In tho Senate. hard and soft coal mines of the UnitPhiladelphia, Ohio; E. S. of Goshen dred and fifty millions to bo spont the story of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dun- Miss Marguerite Taylor and Mr. ed States end British Columbia will A succession of forma! denials and Judge Vt II. Darnc3 of Hartford. upon public roads this year, giving can, who lhe near New Market, Iowa, Jame3 Ridings of Nashville, Funeral services were conducted work to an army of a hnndred thous- - and their married llfo of sovtnty-nn- d quietly married at 11 o'clock wero drop their tools April 1 for an indefiemantlng from sources that ranged Satur nite period men. three yenrs Mr. Duncan Is 96 and day morning from the White Houso down, shower- from tho homo Fiiduy rfjernoon at at tho paTsonage of Set striko order under the terms of the Warm weather, already miking his wife 91 1 Tclock, by tho Rev. T. T. Frazler from International headJour-powed In upon opponents of the tle Memorial church, Rev. C. C. Gre- quarters A 'cat In Birmingham, Ala., proud of tho United Mine Workers Pacific treaty as thoy were and tho renir.lns brought to Onlcwood its presence felt In tho south, starts gory, pastor, officiating. The atpreparing to nsk for n formal Inves- Cometory for interment Immediately this work going. Many states have possessor of five kittens, adopted two tendants were Mr. and Mrs. John which Is In tho mails today. their, plans all made, and have secur- baby rats given her as food and Is For the first tlmo in the history of tigation and apparently put an end thereafter. Tho deceased Mr. Barnc3 now raising her strange family in Barker, Miss Ollie Marie Truman and tho coal Industry, both tho bituminwns a good citizen, unassuming, stur- ed tho approval and the to" tho wholo Incident. Mr. J. Ridings, of"Nashville, brother ous and anthracite mines of tho naintegrity and well bellked of the Bureau of Public Roads, De- peace and amity. At tho Whlto House officials said dy ls groom. partment of Agriculture, which ortion aro to be idle at the same time, American girls, take notice of the of the by neighbors and friends. flatly that no secret agreements of The bride 'wore her traveling suit if the strike order la ganization has control of the federal emancipation of your French sisters. carried out. And tho character suggested existed. by All citizen-- of France, regardless of of blue trlcotlne, with accessories to union officials today saw no ray. of aid funds. Road3 constructed MltS. SALLYE M. HOWE Secretary Hughes, In n letter read In n corsage of Ward roses and hope joint funds must meet with certain sox.niay now marry after reaching the match, for averting tho natlon-wid- a the Senate, characterized .the suggessweetpeas completing her costume. suspension. years, without the Mrs. Sallye Mary Rowe,wIdow of federal specifications as, to width, age of twenty-fiv- e tlon as "absolutely false." Paul D. She Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. While domestic consumers likely Cravuth, tho New York attorney, the lato William L. Rowo, died Sat- grade, location and character of con- consent of parents. This reduces by Herman Taylor, and Is a very attracwill not suffer from any shortage of, whoso statement started the row, urday night In Beaver Dam, at tho struction, which particulars vary with five years tho age limit previously tive and popular member of the sent a flcgrnm saying he had been home of her brother, Mr. E. G. Aus- tho locality, tho road building ma- obtaining; members of. the French younger social circles. Mr. and Mrs. coal resulting from tho mine tie-uindustry Just now beginning to move tho probable use Chamber of Deputies, who have passtin, of Asthma, at the ago of 77 terial avallable.-an- d Incorrectly quoted and had no knowlRidings left Immediately following n.long with a of tho Toad. firm stride, will bo ed the new law, naively, hope it will edge of any "secret understondlng." years. the ceremony for a western wedding cramped in the view of union offiFarmers are hoping 'that tho result In more marriages! ' Funeral services wero conducted by Doubt's Lawyer's Veracity. trip, following which thoy will make cials. of so much unskilled laIn Bend, Oregon, two moving picSenator norah, Republican, Idaho, the Rev. C. C. Daves of Deaver Dam, In Nashville, where the their The suspension, In effect a strike-- will at tho Ccntertown Baptist Church, bor will aid them when crop gather- ture houses have installed a "pay as groom home "who presented tho Cravath statement is connected with the Hippo ing time arrives by bringing Into and you leave" scheme by which each pacontinue "until the cows come- to the Scnato yesterday, contented and her remains deposited In tho making nccustonml Jo country-- life tron stajs as long as ho likes and drome Motor Co. (Owensboro Mes- home," In the words of union of-- " Centertown Cemetery Mondajr. himself with saying that what he many Jofiless men "who otherwise pays as much as ho thinks tho show senger.) The bride Is a niece of Mrs. ficlals who make clear that the mln read was a t stenographic transcript would romaln in or near urban cen- Is worth. According to the manager Howard Ellis, of this city, and. has ers are determined to keep the entire of Mr Cravathja remarks, and that OIL WELL STRUCK AT many friends here. ters. anthraclto field and approximately of the two houses, the receipts aro the explanation now in nil o would not DEPTH OF 420 FEET three-fourto larger than under the old plan of of the soft coal mines bo accepted in any court. Senator DWELLING DESTROYED. buying a ticket In ndvance. Bank DRY LAW PROSECUTION "sewed up" until they have attained Johnson, Republican, California, addThe well drilled on tho James Pat-to- n presidents needing cashier material their gqal. led that Mr. Cravath had best bo left farm, formerly owned by Frank ACT IS NOW IN FORCE This gpal Is a joint conference with The two story residence of Mr. C. are respectfully referred to the poputo depart from the dobato "with a Sullengor, by'L. C. Scott and N. P. khe operators now made impossible veracity shattered in several direc- Hlckoy, was drilled in Tuesday niorn- - B. Carden on Clay Street, was total- lation of Bend! Frankfort, Ky., March 22. The by refusal of certain bituminous mine tions." No ono rose to defend tho ing and is showing for a nice produc - ly destroyed by fire early Tuesday )mornlng Tue oxnct orgIn of tho GOVERNOR WILL VETO Kentucky prohibition law cut its owners to participate at which they Now York attorney, and tho dlscus-slo- n or. This won was drilled to tne fire Is not definitely known, but was "SUEING" RESOLUTION teeth today when Governor Morrow want to present demands for condrifted to othor issues of tho depth of and twenty either in the garret or from falling 3lgnsd tho Rash emergency act tinuation of the present wage sche.treaty fight I feet of good oil h soot upon the roof, as considerable feet, with twenty-si- x S Frankfort, Ky., March 22. Gqver- - amending the law so as to give in- dule, retention of the check-of- f sys.. rne purpose of some of the, irre - ., , ..... . nnmtrati!. Th wMi- ueaaway ... ueen maao- .... me uy announced. Tuesday that ferior courts jurisdiction over first tem and inauguration of the six hour nau concllnbles to make the Incident the . Is estimated to be good for a iiiri' flames when discovery was made. The he will veto, the resolution authoriz offenses under the act and providing day and five day week. They would basis for a tight to send the treaty barrol producer. alarm was turned in and the men and ing Attorneys Theodore B. and Clay- that anyone convicted of violating be content it is indicated, id" drop Tiack to committee apparently had The well is to the south of, and but the ton B. Blakey of Louisville, to sue the law shall be put under $1,000 the six hour day, five day week debeen abandoned tonight, along with not fnr from tho Carter well No. 1, boys turned out enmass, building being unusually tall and the the Commonwealth for $2,733.09 ex- bond, besides serving his jail sentence mand if the operators would "como proposal to summon Mr. Cravath tho and also near tho well drilled in by penses said to by and paying the fine. This act went across" with the rest of the and others to make a full explanation. Holbrook & Co., qn tho Brown farm fire having spread so rapidly noth- them in 1919 have been incurred under a contract with Into effect immediately -- trron the v senators, however, indicated a short tlmo ago In which a good ing could bo done to save tho buildSome con- Governor Stanley to bring escheat The operators, however, are deterIt allows that thoy felt a motion to recommit flow of oil was struck at practically ing. The greater portion of the dam-ag- o suits against corporations. The Gov- Governor's signature. peace officers $5 feo for every arrest mined upon enforcing wage reducshould bo made as a matter of form, the same depth as that of the new tents was saved although much was Incurred by rough handling ernor said he objected to committing and conviction; offers $50 reward tions and they have no liking, "they and it was generally predicted that w:ell. by hurrying and excited men and the Commonwealth to tho statement for information leading to arrest and say for the check-o-ff and have no Inaitnh n atnn irmtlrl lia tnlrnn tinfnrn tlin Other wells will bo started' at once boys. In the resolution that "In equity and conviction; gives Commonwealth's tention of granting the shorter workratification vote is reached on Frl- -' on the adjoining farms and from all Insurance upon the building to the good conscience such money so ex- Attorneys Jurisdiction over the cases ing day. Besides many of them tako-th- e day. Administration leaders say they InHlmtlnna It snnnm that Hartford view that if they entered a conamount and $500 upon the pended for the Commonwealth should and allows them 50 per cent commisare certain to defeat tho motion .v. land vicinity Is to experience a big contents was carried by Mr. Carden. be refunded by It." sion on fines and forfeitures in all ference with the miners under tho erwhelmingly. 'boom within the next few weeks. It The loss, uncovered by Insurance will 1920 contract they would be going-oalncourts. The White Houso denial was not Is A. W. LOGAN. said that Oil men are coming in probably exceed $2,500. the Federal Court in IndtaVj All property Involved In violations, communicated directly to the Senate from tho different fields on almost including the full boundary of any napolis, where 226 operators, union, ultho Senator Lodge, the Repub- every train. Abram W. Logan, aged 85 years, 7 to forfeiture officials and mining companies are lican leader, and a momber of the STATE FARM BUREAU months and 10 days, died at his real estate, is subject conAmerican arms dellgatton, saw Pres and sale, and any citizen may insti- under Indictment for alleged LOUISVILLE MARKETS FEDERATION TO MEET hoine in Hartford, Friday morning tute, proceedings of forfeiture and Is spiracy to violate the Sherman anti- -' before the Senate! ident Harding of last week at 1:30, the immediate opened. . entitled to 10 per cent of (ho net pro- trust act. Cattle Market active and prices The Kentucky Farm Bureau Fed- cause of death being pneumonia, alIt was Senator Lodge to whom the fully steady compared to the first day ceeds of the sale. "The burden of Effect of Suspension t Cravath tolegram and tho letter of i nt ihn wonlr Tleftf 1inn,lvwftlflit eration's' annual convention has been though he had been In declining proof is on the defendant 'in such in The .of feet of tho suspension, to b3- during the past several stances, called to meet in Louisville, Audito- health Secretary Hughes was addressed but butchors found a ready a;id in all prosecutions for proclpltated at midnight March 31 by outlet; me- - rium of the Watterson Hotel, March months. 7, ho presented them without comment.' violations of tho law evidence of the tho order Just sent out, in the opinion dium and inferior grades unchanged. 30th, and 31st. Mr. Logan was born In Toronto, general reputation of the defendant of union officials will be: Dislikes Hint nt Lie. The best heavy cows sold full steady; General E. H. Woods of Pagevllle, Canada, where he resided until about competent. Mr Hughes wasted no words' in medium to good cows steady. First To cause 600,000 miners to president of the federation will mako the ago of thirty, when he removed is ' The Governor also today approved drop their tools without strike benetho existence of any ''secret ners and cutters in excellent demand, the principal address in tho forenoon to Oil City, Pa., and embarked in the notes or understandings" with any Bull values steady, tops $4.50 4.76. of the first day whilo Aaron Sapiro oil business. He was twice married, the Minor House bills increasing the fits. fees of the Banking Department and foreign power, but ho concluded his Few prime heavy steers included in of California, Second To tie up about C.000 of tho Nation's most tho last marriage being to Miss Mary providing for six State bank examin- the country's 7,500 letter with a hope "that the day's run. With undertone stea- - noted mines. marketing expert, E. Taylor of Hartford, on September ers. tho American delegates will ba saved I dy on tho desirable kinds. Good will deliver the main address In the 15, 1913. After spending Third To close up every anthraseveral iuriner asporsions upon ineir verac- - outlet continues for the best quality afternoon of March 31st. cite mine because tho whole hard coal mouths abroad they returned to this Ip the debate which' Blockers and feeders; medium and ity and honor." field is unionized. The meetings aro to bo open to the place, whore they have since resided. "WORLD SUNDAY" FOR SOUTHERN METHODISTS o followed thero was not a single ref- - plainer kinds slow sale. Good Fourth To call out unionized soft public. Mr. Logan was a splendid typo of to tho letteT or to the secre- -' anco noted early, coal miners producing 2,225,000 tons manhood; genteel in all respects. He I tary. Best Calves Trado unchanged. A simultaneous a day. Nashville, Tenn. was a man of considerable means, HAPTIST REVIVAL Tonlorrow when a one hour limit veals $8 down; medium and coin-o- n Fifth To leave the country's coal yet, notwithstanding his advanced effort throughout Southern Methodist speeches goes Into effect under a mon light calves continue extremely Tho revival meotlng which has years, he accounted no day properly territory, on March 26, to be known production resting upon nonunion unanimous consent agreement, pre-- J dull nt prices ranging from $2 4. of been conducted nt tho Baptist church spent in which he had not produced as "World Sunday." will, it is said, miners delivering a maximum pared nddresses aro to be made by Hogs Market nctlve with all sinco Monday of last week is making something, or added usefulness and call the attention of delinquent sub- 600.000 tons daily. , a ! n r On top of this Administration ofroiiuuu, uupuuucan grades steady except mediums, wiilcn good progress. Several professions beauty to that which he already pos- scribers to tho Centenary of Missions senators w n.il.ii. Wisconsin, and Walsh, Democrat. gold 10c off. Best hogs 165 to 250, have been made and a numbor of sessed. He was a believer in work. movement of the Methodist Episcopal ficials in Washington express tho bo- and probably also by Senators pounds, $10.40; 250 pounds up and dltions to tho church already noted. Besides his widow, the deceased Church, South, to a shortage In col- llof that the coal strike regarded as Shortridgo, Ropubllcan, California; 120 to 105 pounds, $10; pigs. 120 Rev. Daves,vwho Is doing tho preach-Smltwill bo attended by. spois survived by one daughter, by tho lections on behalf of that movement. inevitable Domocrat, South Carolina, pounds down $8.50; throwouts $7.60 ., ine is dellvormr sniendid sprmnns It Is expected that on "World Sun- radic strikes of railroad employes. . -former marriage; Miss Florence, who ... H.....v.., . and McCormlck, Ropubllcan, Illinois stags $6.1Q down. resides at their home here, also ono day" pastors of the 18,000 church That thero will be any concprted symDy tho terms of the agreement votSheep and Lambs Trado general- SLA.YKK OF GRAVES SHERIFF sister, Miss Jennie Logan, of luger-so- l, congregations In Southern Methodism pathetic' strike on the, part of tho ing was in order today on pending ly steady. Best lambs $11 14, acwill revive the Centenary theme and sixteen major railroad unions of tho WILL HE TRIED ON APRIL 3 Canada. amendments and resprvatlons, but cording to quality; seconds, $6 10. Funeral services were conducted portray tho disastrous results to the country, who recently entered Into a program there was no attempt to press toward Best fat sheep $6 7; bucks $3 down, Mayflold, Ky., March 22. Sam by Rev. T. T. Frazier, from tho family big missionary launched "defensive alliance" with the miners, a roll call. It was said at least ono Produce. Galloway, charged with, the murder residence Saturday morning at 10 three years ago it tho deficit is not however is Tegarded as improbable of the proposals might bo votod on Buying prices net to shlppor, tho of Sheriff John T, Roach, will be tri- o'clock after which burial of tho re mado good. Cash payments on over-du- o "n union quarters. Only tho "mortomorrow. After the final vote on shipper paying. freight and drayago ed April 3 In tho Graves Circuit mains took place In Oakwood Ceniete- Centenary subscriptions wilt be al" support of tho transportation unratification is taken Friday the ad- charges, aro: solicited on "World Sunday 'and dur- ion Is anticipated. Court, to which date the case Eggs Candled 19c dozen. . ing tho following weok n church-wid- e signed Tuesday by Judge W. H. Hes- ministration loaders expect to ask -- NOTICE TO DOG immediately for a ratification roll Poultry Hens 20c lb OWNERS. canvass will bo mado to securo tho largo,tor, Galloway has been kept in tho HARTFORD BOARD call on tho supplemental treaty do- - spring chickens 17c lb.; roosters 10c Paducah Jail, ELECTS FACULTY payment of arrearages, Tho "Dog Law," requirilnlng tho scope of the four power' lb.; ducks 20c lb.; gulnoas $3.60 Tho original drive for the Centen- ing all dog owners to procuro licenses Mrs. Lois Roach, widow of the agreement. The naval limitation each. The Board of Education for tho ary fund taken three years ago was and tags for their dogs each year, was slain man, was appointed her hustreaty is to bo next on a program of Hartford Graded and High School for $35,000,000, to bo paid through NOT REPEALED by tho Legislature band's successor, SNOW TIE8 UP TRAFFIC. priority decided on by the leadors, Galloway was ono of Roach's dep- met in regular sosalon Monday night a period of flvo years. It Is announc- - just adjourned. Dog owners whov. South Bond, Ind March 22. Al- uties. leaving the Chinese treaties until the of this weak, at which meotlng tho ed that only forty per cent of tho .have not already done so, aro hereof1. most tmpassablo condition of counelection or rather the last. of amount duo has been paid to date, by warned to get such licenses and try roads kept hundreds of persons 4 Mr. Gayle Taylor, with tho I. C. R. teaclrr3 for tho onsulny year took whereas sixty per cent is now due. It tags from tho County Clerk promptly. R. W. BARNES. out of South Bend yesterday, Tho R. Co.,' Chicago, III., spent last week- placo. WJthout an exception, provid- Is to meet this shortage that Metho-- i otherwise the prosecution of such de heavily drifted snow has mado au- end in this city, the guest of his ed all accept tho faculty will bo illsts throughout the South aro seek- - linquents will be continued. Richard Weaver Barnes, who had tomobile traffic practically impossible mother, Mrs. W. M. Hudson and Mr. composed of tho following parties: tug to arouse tho mind of the church OTTO C MARTIN, mark by a short over tho roads. passed tho four-scor- e Miss Mary Marks, principal; Prof, along Centenary lines. Hudson. County Attorney. RAT DENIALS END es 24-ho- ur f British-America- er In-h- , - p, -- four-hundr- .., 1 i ' ..- nbr-Morro- w pro-grom- me. i st Can-lo.iyl- I five-senten- clear-eronc- ... I J s., j h, i -- -. was-as-J- ry -- - ' V if5"wiMirih MAUL Plymouth Hocks owned by Mrs. W. O. Kirk, Phllpot, Daviess County, maintained Itfl lead among tho 47 flock of tho Stato being conducted as demonstrations by their owners who are cooperating with the College of Agriculture oxt niton dtvlcion, nccording to an announcement by tho collego This flock has produced an average of 48.2 eggs a hen from Nov. lto March 1 In setting the pace for tho remaining flocks. Owners of tho remaining flocks the ten highest producing ones together with the number of hens and their averago egg productions follow: Mrs. M. B. Uarnnrd, Hartford, 34 Whlto Wyandottcs, 16 eggs; J. T. Wilson, Corydon, 177 White Wyandottcs, 14.4 eggs; Mrs. Paul O'Con-nol- l, McQundy, 12G Leghorns, 14.4; William Coomcs, Kirk, 130 White Leghorns, 13. C cgs; Joseph E. Pitt, Fairfield, 174 White Leghorns, 12.6 Parks-vllleggs; Mrs. Eugene Culton, C9 Rhode Island Iteds, 12.5 eggs; Mrs. Sallle Atherton, Calhoun, eggs; 81 White Wyandottes, 12.4 Mrs. H. E. Uoby, Iloston, 56 White Plymouth Hocks, 12.2 egg3, and Mrs. J. H. Wilson, Olaton, 128 White Plymouth Rocks, 12.1 tggs. poul-trymen. e, 104 LGCKLD UP AS ;BI(i MIGRATION SHIP BURNS &nLaw"Of 20,000 Moving; SGows And Hens Yield .Food On Way. ICftyThomas Wrlgley.) SCuaa City, Mo.. March IS. "It's tasrtt.2iuro Is It much further to afvTtfnnnnnlto nskid the question, wn Tju colony of 20,000 who arc Hjstxg&xz; thrn Kansas City on a Passengera Kept In State Rooms; Stakers Work At Pistols' Points. Now York, March 18. A thrilling talo of fire at sea, with 104 panic-strickmon nnd women locked In their staterooms, and stokers held at thflr posts under tho threat of drawn pl'tols, was rclatod by passengers .of- - the United States liner Potomac when she arrived hore today from Bremen. It was a talo of Yankeo pluck and of a skipper's refusal to ingenultj give up his ship until every hope had been abandoned, nnd of his acceptance of tho "thousand to ono chance" which turned a threatening catastrophe Into a merely harrowing experience for those aboard. The fire waa discovered at midnight March 2, a few hours after the Potomac, with Capt. William McLeod !n charge, sailed from Bremen up the coast of Holland Into tho North S:a. She had been steaming along on a with smooth sea when suddenly, howls of warning, tho Spanish nnd from the Filipino stokers bounded hold and started for tho lifeboats. l)iicn nt Pistols' Points. Officers, with drawn revolvers, ordered them back to the fireroom, which had become an inferno of moke with flames billowing from an ldjolnlng compartment, where matand ship's tresses, life preservers stores had mysteriously taken fire. The dread cry of "fire" spread nulcklv through the ship. The 104 passengers broke from their state rooms and made for tho lifeboats. Captain McLeod sent stewards to herd them back and prevent the fren- z:C ones from leaping overboard. Chief Engineer E. M. Garland already had placed guards oer the crews, and with streams boiler-roowere spouting tons of water of hose on the blaze. Power IConnis Flooded. were The engine and flrerooms with water, but huge clouds flooded of smoke pouring from the hatchways unbearable heat and the almost around the stokers, next to the fire, save evidence that It was gaining headway. At 1 a. m. the fire had become so fierce that the decks were hot.' At 4 o'clock the Potomac slowed down Mcto half speed. At 4:50 Captain ordered the engines stopped, Leod and the blazing craft rolled sluggishly about while the whole crew turnm en -- !ll trains Hlmrjs. ETBOBtthe In tho greatest of a religious sect In modern rich farming country -- jarHCil Vlum Coulee, in Manitoba, In tho grip of ,rstiusAa.iiUII tiin3taTtherii winter, Ihe Monnonltes . iiati'.SoimicjinR to a vast tract they yrsew surchased near Torreon, . Mexico. J2krt. Mennonlte was one of 150 on . w.fc iho special' trains nnd with esJjzwivor his party lie stood beside tattnax vbllo the train was In the sta-1lie tvos dressed In sonibro tt'iuaujuit) dark brown, a huge man ji'sstern ace upon which a smile i&bycil, but Ills eyes woro as 5payi;as thohlue eyes of a child. imhllf "God As We Desire. 'tW Slexlco, our new home, we go Canada forever," he said. "It "xe'i9bufr0 w will raise our iamllles 3v4n.ot.shi) God aa we desire." good English, but mixed Mt& JStTmiui words, be- explained the raat&iai im thu exodus. Tho Men- nuwSl taeuk greator religious frec- urnr. Ttiey want to teach their chil- In which German is 'Jaraii dgnftor. In Canada this was not al- English only Is spoken In the CsaKmi jtiunAs, and the Mennonlto children sireKj) r&juired to go to Canadian Ice-bonsel-.3x33.-XtlrJiy - . Surgeons agree that In cases o! tits, burns, bruises and wounds, tht first treatment Is most important When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of infection and tho wound begins to .leal at once. For use on man oi beast, Borozono Is the. Ideal antlsep tic and healing agsut. Buy It now for an emergency and bo ready Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. - hnd obtnlncd for less than $20 an pair of shoos. Ho added: "I would regard spending $40 for I bellovo n pair of shoos ns unwise. In thrift. Dut I also bollovo In spending. Genuine thrift does not consist thrift Genuine of not spending. oomlata of spending money to tho very best of advantage. Saving U, or should be, only n moans to an end. Unless wo nro spending, wo enn havo no vigorous prosperity. As n matter of fact, real prosperity conns' from tho right kind of spending. But tho right kind of spending Is true economy, nnd truo economy Is equivalent to thrift. Thrlftless-nes- a Is unwlic, foolish spending. "Isn't It funny," ho went on, "that while the virtues of thrift nro constantly being dinned Into our cars, vory little Is ever said about the ImIf portance of spending Judiciously. tho peoplo could bo taught to mako tho wisest possible use of their money, then thrift and saving would tako Thero Is need care of themselves. for talking more about spending rather than for talking more about saving. Wise spending combined, of course, with hard work and right habits will bring back prosperity quicker than anything else." -- $5 .75 Pays For THE B oth Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. i-- You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. , A pain In tho side or back that catches you when you straighten up of calls for a rubbing application Ballard's Snow Llnlmont. It relaxes tho contracted muscles and permits ordinary bodily motion without suf Price 30c, fering or Inconvenience-60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. o VIEWS OF LESLIE M. SHAW ON THRIFT Too Many Secls'Short Cut to Wealth, I. C. MOVES FREIGHT PROMPT AND REGULAR Illinois Central System freight ser- Sajs Former Secretary The TrtMStiiy. Of SCSXOlSv. treatment of patrons' wants, according to a statement to tho pub-.i- c made by President C. II. Mark-ha- vice is founded upon prompt and regular movement of freight and consld-.rat- o so, in order to raise their Sonu outspoken observations on wprn niarlc bv vmru: fcn tho Jlonnonite way, free n. ,.i.ii. nt tn.i-of the ft:ta wsven the .slightest Influence of L.e3ne M. Shaw, Secretary awii&isrudc-M-orJd, the elders decided Treasury under President Roosevelt year SwxJfis their urosperous colony. and now In his seventy-fourt- h Ife'sr'ZorTeon they have purchased of life, In a recent talk before the :sZEMMdr.5O0,OO0 acres of land in oneUiarquette Club In New York oJS&jiEjaaast fertile tracts of Chlhua "This seems to be a generation of " said Mr. Shaw. "The s' istt:rMsia'On these acres the those 20,000, they will question that seems uppermost In Sjtks anew their agricultural pur- - young people's minds nowadays is. how can I get more money how can If ISrll FiiniLS for Iilttle. I find the short cut to wealth? be hard," a Mennonlte more than the legitimate fee tor a 3caawr.Ks.J3Balked of the pilgrimage. service or profit from an undertaking "sat-caivz ".forced to sell our farms for is to be obtained, they are. all for It. 'iwatXKKle. We have with us on the What we need to teach the younger asr.iar.'toarses.'cows and chickens, just generation Is how to put more Into Our farm life, not how to get more out of It. .ejwXJiw: xo set Started. a2rirxiin,'weJ'ave taken. I have my "Yet the Idea of thrift seems fur- r the train to help In the thorest from their minds. The whole uK2aartan Jaznee-wuTahead. But we are hap-- j sentiment among young people Is not vpcr. "SSsmvUI he by oursejves to work to accumulate savings, and thrift 13 3nsiMshVp and help each other." considered stlnglnes3. There lb only i and VSBs'Ssm side was a Mennonlte maid, one Infallible rule for success, can a man live within his jCfcrrssswfl. Jlke all the women, in black that is . orrlJmwjj. with ample skirts reacIncome? A man who spends all of nevhless im tlB anklo and with a waist his Income for living expenses Is sleeves and high neck.' er going to succeed." wAinUKrt3 Growing boys are not being taught TOsrsis are no "flapper" Mennonltes. r Hteie-- fcair. was parted In the middle tho meaning of a day's work and the jajfemafteil straight back and value of a dollar as they were In the did not cover the ears old days. Mr. Shaw thought. It was 'It "utMibJu nssped out beneath a black not the country's Illiterates who were IjoaaiKX. ieieil beneath the chin. sleeping In the parks with newspapers TTTilnd not the long journey," she for a mattress, but those whoso par anffi jfjsh downcast eyes. "All my ents kept them from working that ttrKKt&ey are with us. We will be they might get an education. "But I'm not against education, I sxwSHtfia Mexico, where, they say, it mind you," said the speaker. "I all tho time." 2saajruser in It. but the young man must wVro'vhlo Own Food. nBnTJng tho stopover some of the be taught that ho must work for what a one-priXTxisasjTMia lo the stock cars to milk ho gets; that this world keeps bargain coun store, with no nsrwv and euro for the stock and wBRaa31.ur Xhe eggs from the hens. In ters." riitizr J&onrlst cars the women cook vnr hoarseness, inflamed lungs or It and keep tho servo 3ivSix nndThoy are traveling In irritating coughs, Ballard's Hore-houn- d fcon. ic Syrup Is a healing balm. It rullmans, and there arc chefs. does its work quickly and thoroughMsrjusrtMTS or dining-ca- r $1.20 per 'Ksk!0' morning and again at eve- ly. Price 30c, 00c andCounty urug cSvxx; aTisIous services are held on bottle. Sold by Ohio m tho only isAasin. Werinan Is In fact, lan- - Company. . . can spoken .few, Ktsswf TIIK POKT'S COXFKSSIOX. English, and they aro generally JtcrM -"promls-esSWitnYMor 'get-moreJC-wlll -k tight-SrA-tetiJlbe-lioce -- i Seamen went over tho sides In bas'n's chairs with sledge hammers, smashed in the cast iron port lids, and directed their hoses Into the heart of the fire, but without effect. Even live steam, turned into the the to retard hatchways, failed flames. At 8:20 a. nl. after the S. O. S. had been sent out and a rescue was heaving to, to await the result decidof the battle, Captain McLeod that, rather than beach his ship, ed he would try a stunt he learned during the war, while dodging enemy Bldge Water Does AVork. Ha steamed ahead at top speed, until tho whole ship throbbed with the vibration and her outllno was almost, obscured by the denge smoke sweeping astern. Suddenly he ordered tno runner hr.rdover. As tho vessel careened In the "come about" her starboard side lifted so sharply as to throw the tons of water In her hold up along her sides and over the heart of tho firo. Immediately the flames eabslded, and at 4 p. m. sixteen hours after the unalarm was sounded, tho flro was vessel resumed der control and the her voyage. The Potomac still had about thirty tons of water In her hold when with a list to port, she steamed in today. ed fire fighters. submarines. .,,... ?i "XTa ,,,,. rii- - SJOA9JT tMlUUll -- of the Manitoba ... r 1n I.. 1671 III v,uimu "" nt tho invlta- wmMR from overseas Mennonltes ..... - - - .I. ..wiion tuuiu cariil n..l.l Zftc&to wid Intelligent, they pros- iftntai aind, when tho decision to Mexico was made, were mam o wicrlfico their rich posses-aiSs- u m hut a fraction of their real vwi&. and to undertake tho immenso sat&hem of moving to tholr now lands nurehiued, It Is said, at a JS per acre. ui i,.,n,i nimnt twenty vil- -' ' tltc-en tlwlr lauds and within a fow will bo completely ostami&u-- saaAxA M flaiicitsi.ftr hut homes. 'hrsi hundreds have already TKrtXtfikwi. the now land and aro busily .tAT3Tparlus lor tho arrival of tho agtr2riloads to como Louisville Hor- easi-V?Af..tta-'Q'nloo, stesr f the Canadian government.: am called by hidden might nn( mnlfn TIIO Ktiind !. -uv ...... a still small volco says: p0r when I Wrlto!" Thors's naught could stay my nana. For it Is not tho powers of earth That say mo ayo or nay; For whon It coiuos to my own worth I hold myself at bay. I am tho servnnt of tho pen Of somo great mind unknown, Ami whon it sneaks to me, why . Tis niln: to mako It known. Agn.jf -- .. then .aie I am a sarvant, that Is all, Sworn to oboy tho heart. Itut we aro branded oach and all Tho bondbmau or his art. V. Boord. - ..,tv:u " - . l.M.OflC LKADS tMOX .tiac Why, no," tho cautious Ky.. Mar.18 .By pro- - young man responded. "Supposo you sufxwHton, beloved." New 4 ogga a hen just put "To my mi cvurago of 16 a flock of 28 Barred York Sun. Pebrunry, J VafKllIvUrtivV ,mttu r.uu nr.i.ui'.T "Would you wish tho lady's name ongravod In the ring?" tho Jeweler BUBKB61TO ihvusuhuj. "Eh? Tako Horblno for Indigestion. It CM relieves tho pain In a few minutos and business .man Tho conservative which forces tho fermented matter long ago leeirncd the lesson that Is causes tho misery into tho bowels sought to bo taught by tho annual obwhero it is expelled. Price 60c. Sold servance of Thrift Week; months ago " ho realized that the excessive credits by Ohio County Drug Co. had brought him face to face with HAVE Oil SPKXD, WHICH? a real danger and that thrift was In by tho state of o business man hnd his slstontly demanded A tho business of tho country says tho shoes made for years by a shoemaker Montgomery Ala., Advertiser. who charged, usuully, ?16 to ?18 a oo pair. When prices of everything Tho Ilest Laxutlvc. skywards, tho business woro soaring man asked what ho would bo chargod "My sedentary habits havo necesfor a now pair of shoes. "Forty dol- sitated the uso of an occasional laxalars," he was told. He decided to tive. I havo tried many but found got along without them. Last year nothing bettor than Charaborlaln's he ngaln telephoned and was again Tnblets," writes George F. Daniels, told "Forty dollars." Ho protested, Hnrdwlck, Vt, Mr. Daniels la proas Joathor was selling for next to prietor of tho Hnrdwlck Inn, one of nothing, that this price was pre- tho model hotels of New England, m posterously high. The shoemakor, however, was obdurate. The business man then told him that henceforth FOR FLETCHER'S ho would buy his shoes olsawhere And ho told mo tho other day that he -well-to-d. Rapid movement is" givon perishable traffic, and tho Illinois Central System is among the loading railroads of tfie country In handling this type of business. FrulU from the tropics and domestic fruits and vegetables from Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennesee and the Rio Grande valley of Texas move north over the lines of the Illinois Central System in solid train-load- s. During the past six months these trains have made early morning deliveries at their destinations 99 per cent on time. At northern points, cars are delivered to connecting lines for distribution thruout tho East, the West and Canada. The Illinois Central System also ranks among the leading railroads In originating coal and lumber traffic. These commodities are moved largely In solid tralnloads to prevent detention at terminals. Fast moving merchandise trains arc operated out of the principal cities on the system. Solid tralnloads of meat and packinghouse products are handled between Omaha, Sioux City and Chicago and fast through trains from Council Bluffs to Chicago carry California fruits and vegetables. A bureau In tho office of the car accountant at Chicago receives telegraphic advices of tlie movement of cars loaded with perishable goods and frolght mil is able other high-clas- s at any time to Inform shippers or consignees of the exact location and tho probable tlmo of arrival or delivery to connecting lines. The equipment of the Illinois Central System enables It to maintain this splendid freight service. The company owns 1700 locomotives and 69,127 freight cars. Since tho return from federal control 150 locomotives and 1.500 frolght cars havo Orders for 3,000 been purchased. cars havo been additional freight placed recently. Cars are unavoidably delayed at times, but this is negligible In comparison tothe great number of cars handled dally. When a car Is delayed; It la placed In a prof erred class, and' is handled In fast trains In ordor to gain as much of tho lost tlmo as possible then, with a few moro Members a CONGRESS SAVfNG few more clerks, arid In Iter accommoSAYS "UNCLE JOE" dations for members. u N Ihe MnM Id oiioiule.il I 'art Of Tho Got eminent As I'ro- ten Ily Figures Washington, March. IS, "Uncle Joe" Cannon, who Is rounding out his fiftieth year sfneo his first election in the Danville district, declares that the legislative branch of the Government is by far the most economical of the three. In reporting an appropriation bill ho said: "This bill providing appropriations for the legislative branch of the Government for tho fiscal year 1923 carries. In round numbers, twelve nnd In the rea half million dollars. arrangement of the Uudgct this bill provides for tho Government Printing Office, tho Library of Congress, and the Botanic Garden, which aro semi-executl- rather than strictly legis- Children Ory .CASTORi lative, and leaving out tho appropria- the- - Government." tions for those functions, tho approfr priations for the legislative work of the Government amount to less than $11,000,000. This is an almost Insignificant sum ns compared with the For Infants and Children total estimated expenditures of about In Use Years Over three nnd a half billion dollars for Always bears tho whole Government. thr "This bill therefore appropriates a Signature of !&&2i o comparatively small amount to for tho lawmaking machinery compared with tho appropriations liU8 I'AIIM YOUNGSTERS for executive functions. The money RAISING ItEEP CALVES we propose to appropriate for tho t legislative branch represents about Lexington, Ky., March.18, A total $1 In $300 of tho total estimated ex- of 228 Kentucky farm youngsters, Inpenditure for next year;it will call cluding several girls In 12 different for a per cnlti tax of 11 cents on the counties of tho State, aro raising peoplo in c.ulncntal United States baby calves this spring which they and about $1 in $24,000 of our na- will outer In tho first annual fat anjT tional wealth not a very burden- feeding cattle show to bo hold at tho some tax on our wealth tor legislative LoulsvlIIo Bourbon Stock ynrds Noactivities. vember 23 and 24, M. S. Garsldo, as"Tho legislative branch has always sistant stato lender of Junior agribeen tho most economical part of the cultural club work at the Collego of Government, nnd in proportion to tho Agriculture has announced. total cost of tho Government It has Tho young beef cattle raisers, who been growing loss over slnco the aro all members of tho special beef adoption of the Constitution. Twon- - cattlo clubs organized In th'olr coun- years ago In tho McKlnloy ad Itios, will conipeto for prizes totalling ministration tho appropriatiohs for $1,000.00 offered exclusively for club the legislative branch as presented In mombers and $500.00 offered for this bill represented $1 out of $100 Juniors and adults. of tho total appropriations, and now Clubs havo been organized 1 It Is proposed to appropriate for tho Marlon, Lincoln, Doylo, Washington, Congress $1 out of $300 In tho total Urockonrldge, Warren, Barren, Way-n- o, expenditures. Wo havo kept down McCroary, Carroll, Crittenden and salaries and expenditures for tho le- llutler counties. The uumbor of gislative branch In tha past, while members In tho various clubs varies circumstances have porsuaded us from 40 In Warron County to flvo In largely to lncroaso salaries, employ- McCreury County. Animals from the ees, and expensos In tho executive throo principal beof broods, Including departments, and add new depart- Angus, Shorthorn nnd Horofords, will ments and bureaus with now execu- bo used by the club members In their tive functions, until as I look back to foodlng work. Seven other counties, the tlmo when I first entered the Including Hopkins, Christian, Webs-to- r, House nearly 50 years ago and comTodd, Garrard, Allen nnd Larue pare tho executive part of tho Govern- are expected to enter the event with a ment then and now, it is Uko going total of 121 animals. from Danvlllo to the great metropolis of Now York. The executlvo branch Any man who can not save moneyj of the Government has grown like the Is bound to be dopendont on relatives fabled bean stalk, while tho legis- or charity when ho attains old age lative branch remains much as It was and Is unablo longer to earn a salary. "Wo have Continued to be r conoml-c- al in appropriating public n.ouey for tho upkeep o tho legislatlMj branch, nnd that muy bo ono reason why wo recelvo so llttlo nttcntlon other than criticism from tho multi plied agencies of publicity. Wo havo boen so careful about appropriating machlni' money for tho that wo havo come to bo regarded ns only an agency for appropriating money to carry forward other plans for government, many of them quite different from the Ideas of the founders of the Government. "I do not mention these contrasts for tho purpose of criticism of tho changes that have como with the grow tli and development of tho country and Its complicated and complex expansion into tho greatest and richest Nation on tho face of the earth; but I call attention to theso changes simply to show that Congress has remained tho least chang d part of luw-makl- CASTOR lA For 30 pro-vld- ty-fi- i CLOVER TEN FEET ' Su-- I ' I TALL IS PRODUCED Iowa Professor Develops peror Plant For Fertilizer. Ncwbern, Aln., March 18. Professor II, D. Hushes of the Iowa Agricultural Collego at Ames, la., hero on si have of absence, Is a promising rival of Luther Burbnnk in developing plant life', nnd ot Henry Ford and Muscle Shoals in producing cheap fer- tilizer. Professor Hughes is tho discoverer of "huboni," n remarknblo now clover which attains a growth of five to ten y feet In tho first year. In explaining tho significance of what he has done Hughes made this " statement; "Soil demands nitrogen and In or- - matter as a fertilizer )gnnic best results. "Nitrogen order to h must bs obtained from the nlr either by a chemical process such as is proposed at Muscle- Shoals or by plowing under certain kinds of Plants In which the nitrogen has been fixed by1 bacteria. Clover ns Soil ItrncHcr. "Clover Is tho ideal soil rencwer, because it contains the nitrogen and the organic elements. is to plant "Tho usual practice clover with wheat nnd after the wheat has been harvested tho clover is plowed under with the wheat stubble. Nature has so adjusted tho rate of growth that when tho wheat is cut the clover Is only n few Inches high. But afterwards it shoots up rapidly. "Here is whero hubam Is especially valuable. It grows to a height of six, eight, and ten feet In one sen-soand when the farmer plows it under he puts back In his soil a fertilizer of the very highest value and Ho gets both in great abundance. quantity nnd quality." Hughes discovered this new clover while ho was testing seeds from various sections in his greenhouso nt Ames. As soon' as farmers and seedmen learned about it Hughes was deluged with special offers. One man mailed a check for $10, begging Vr six seeds, whllo another sent a check signed in blank and urged Hughes to till in his own price. $10.00 From Fifty Seeds. Tho value of this discovery is phown from the fnct that ono man re- n'ported ho sold a crop of clover for $19.00, which had been developed from fifty seeds. In mailing samples to experiment stations Hughes sent along a letter estimating tho value of tho new clover, at $9,000,000 a bushel. Dig stacks of letters have been received from seedmen, farmers and experiment stations all over the United States telling of wonderful results obtained from the new annual sweet clover. , After a lengthy investigation Hughes discovered that the new clover came from Alabama and he traced it to a locality near Nowbern, whero It was growing wild. "How do you iftcount for hubam?" n, fvl W 5 .JSVMW. MVV - '"&i WAffJWi fss I k. Lh WAP! OJSzJ M d CHEWING TOBACCO B Christian education movement will ,have right of way throughout the connection until May, 1922 at which TWENTY MILLION tlmo tho general conference meets in quadrennial session in Hot Springs, Ark., and n report will bo made to Like Mils supreme body of nil tho causes Seeks Share of Profits In which havo been enterprlsed durSince ing tho last four years. Gun That Hurried Owing to tho unprecedented deWar's Close. pression of business when tho Chrls-tlo- n education forces mnde its drlvo for 'money, only $21,000,000 was says Edward Perry, of By Norrls Qulnn. subscribed and It is said that there 1010 Burnett St., Syra-- i Clovoland. March 18. Did Dr. will bo nb let up in pushing tho camcusc, N. Y. Many thou ry physi paign until tho full amount Is in Samuel McLean, sands have been bene cian, invent the Lewis machlno gun, sight fitcd as Mr. Perry was instrument of wholesale destruction Tanlac can help you that made allied victory in tho World BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLD RUSH STARTED War possible? Do not hesitate. If you feel Judge John W. Peck must decide Williams Lake, B. C, March 18. the need of something to that question in Federal Court here. build you up and make you And on his decision hnngs $20,000,- - Attracted by tho luro of gold scores feel fine, ask your druggist 000. of newcomers are stnking clnlms In today for Tanlac. At all good McLean has brought suit for that the Cedar Creek and Quesnel Disdruggists. amount, which represents royalties tricts, coming in over trails still cov from Lewis machine guns sold during ered with. snow. Since tho discovery tho war to the United Statas and al- of gold on Cedar Creek last year all ground within ten miles of discovery lied powers. If the suit goes against McLean has been staked. Hughes was asked. "Is it nn evolu ho'll have- to spend his declining clrcum-itance- s Hon from tho vlennlal variety, or Is iU years in the very 'modest SIX ARE KILLED WHEN a hybrid?" AUTO IS HIT BY CAR that marked his earlier life Is Now Creation. when he worked day and night to "Neither," he replied, "It is a mu- perfect his machine gun. H. Detroit, March 19. Edward a charge wrought )7 nature tation Ives, assistant superintendent ot the If He Gets It which practically amounts to a new But if he gets the $20,000,000 Detroit United Lines of Detroit, his Just how It Is done we do creation. "Mrs. McLean Is going to have tho wife," three children and a girl guest, not understand, but those of us who things she should have had earlier In were killed when thelr'automoblle nro constantly experimenting with Ife," McLean promises. '"She's de- skidded into the path of a Detroit plant life know that such things do nied herself much to help me work United Railway Interurban car near happen. Rochester, Mich., thirty miles north out my invention. "New varieties of wheat, corn nnd "I even had to sejl my home when of here today. The dead are: other grains come into existence in I was struggling along. But she was Mr. Ives, 4C years old, Mrs. GerHint way. Of course; wo all know l bravo woman and bore with mo. trude Ives, 44; Clinton, 7; Ruth, 4, that new plants can be created by a "How sho likes to read tho papers and Robert IS months, children of breeding or grafting process, but this and pick out the home sho'll hnvo Ives, and Miss Clara Staslniewich, all Is something dlffcrant. If we win. of Detroit. Edith Ives, 14, Jumped "It Is n Jump in tho creative pro"And that's not all. My daughter from tho car and was unhurt. cess In which successive stages of Is a portrait artist. She wants to Mr. Ives was taking Miss Staslniec, evolution arc passed over, and we see complete her art training in Europe. wich to the home of his sister in only the result in the form of a new Michigan. "I'll send her there, If I get the nnd superior plant." Judgment. And maybe Mrs. McLean Z-Nothing serves so well as a treaty and I will go along. Eager to Rt'P"' Son. discussion to demonstrate what SIGNS THAT INDICATE some states send to the United ONK IS (SHOWING OM) "And1 my son he quit high school and went to work to help us along States Senate. Indianapolis Star. Huntlneton, W. Va March 18. while 1 was toiling over my blue you first notice that you prints. I'll recompense him for that. The only two who can live as When did v "For toy part. I'll have leisure for cheaply as ono arc a flea and' a dog. were growing old? Newspaper Enterprise Association. A reporter here set out to learn hunting and collecting rifles and tin the answer from different Hunting- kering with them. That's how I Mr- - Cordell Hull, jthe Democratic ton people, with some interesting-results- . cameto invent the machine gun, you regfets with" Here are some of the ans- know my rifle Jammed when 1 was campaign manager, pleasure the highly satisfactory failhunting and I Invented an wers: device that's the basis of the ures of the Republican party and sadWhen I noticed the first gray hair. first machine gun." 1 met my son for the ly hopes to- be able to report new When causes of pessimistic gratification at All these thoughts run thru time walking with a girl. mind as he sits In court, his an early date. Washington Post. When a girl friend told me she wife at his side, earnestly listening was in love with some other man. Now that tho armament race is ' When 1 lost my first tooth. to the reading of dry reports and the stopped, tho only remaining obsta my breath while going toKtimnm- - of ordnance experts. When I lost McLean worked fifteen years to cle to universal peaco is the human uphill. me to see produce the McLean machine gun. He race. San Diego Tribune. When a mother asked 1-organized the McLean Arms and Ordher young daughter home. If Lenlne thinks he can rule 160, many people nance Company here In 1903' to perWhen the presence of 000,000 people always by display of fect and manufacture It. began to bore me. company ran out of capital. an armed force, he must view his mbre pleas-ur- o The When I began to find tory from the Henry Ford standpoint In staying home, than In going Then, McLean charges, tho patents Cincinnati over to the Automatic of It beitiK "only bunk." were turned out In the evening. Vv Enquirer. a Arms Company, organized by men ,vho had been interested In McLean's OI1RKGON OPTIMISTIC Those farmers who cry for flat 'ompany. OVER U. S. KKCOGNITION money should go to Russia, whero McLean Left- - Out. they will find that commodity both 18. PresiMcLean was left out the reorgani- plentiful and cheap nnd leai'n Just Mexico City, March dent Obregon declared today that zation. The Automatic Arms Com- - how it works San Francisco Chroni the negotiations between George T. nauv started making tho Lewis gun cle. charge, and did $350,000,000 worth of busi Summerlln, the American nnd Alborto J. Pani, minister of for- ness during tho war, McLean stfys. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. eign affairs, hnvo reached a most fa- Half of thfs was profit, ho declares. The Automatic Arms Company and Ohio Circuit Court. vorable phase. "The negotiations," ho said, "look Its directors deny McLean's' charges. W. H. Parks and H. THolbrook, as if a Tavorable solution might be They say tho invention of the Lewis Plaintiffs. gun was independent of any invention expected soon." vs. Notice of Sale. George Kirkwood and Edward Kirk-wooIn tho opinion of President Obre- of McLean's. McLean, who C5, is gon, tho resignation of Albert B. Fall, defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and orthe American secretary of tho Inter- powerful of frame and. full of fight. "My grandfather, whom I must re- der of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, ior would not affect Mexico's internasemble, lived to bo 90," ho says, smil- entered nt the March 1922 term, In tional relations. ing. "So I figure I can keep this the above styled action, directing .me years more, to sell the hereinafter described propcourt fight up thirty-on- e U. S. TREASURY LOOTED Louisville Herald. OF $20CO0O BONDS If necessary." erty for the purpose of paying' the cost of tho nbove styled action and Washington, Marfh 19. Between WARDEN FEARING HOLDUPS the cost of this sale, and settling the PAYS CHECKS IN PRISON partnership existing between them, I $170,000 and $200,000 In negotiable Liborty Bonds are missing- from the will offer for sale at public outcry to Osslning, N. Y., March 19. .War- the highest and best bidder at the Liberty Bond branch of tho Treasury, W. H. Moran, Chief of the Secret Ser- den Lawes of Sing Sing Prison, who court houso dpor In Hartford, Ky., believes in locking stable doqrs be on Monday April 3, 1922, (It being vice, said tonight. Secret service operatives have been fore the horses are stolen, today told the first day of tho regular term of sent to Richmond, Va., and Char- his employes that tho carrying of pay the Ohio County Court,) at about the lottesville. Va., whero two employes roll money from bank to prison was hour of 12:30 p. m., on a credit of of the branch wanted in connection too risky in these' days of banditry, six and twelve months, tho following of the loss and that in the future they would bo described property, viz: with tho Investigation paid by check. were reported to bo headed. All tho coal properties of tho West Tho loss of the bonds became Hartford Coal Company consisting of known Saturday it was said, but tho METHODIST SCHOOLS lease covering the coal underlying RECEIVE LARGE SUM the farm called- the Smith farm on total amount missing bad not been ascertained tonight. the L. & N. railroad below Hartford, Mr. W. E. Hogan, treasurer of the Ohio County Ky., together with all Charles A. Clevenger, also an employe In tho branch, was held for board ot education ot tho Methodist mining equipment, coal cars, tracks, questioning, secret service officials Episcopal Church South, with head- rails, tipples, mules, machinery nnd announced, but no charges had been quarters at Nashville, Tenn., has re- all mining' equipment and appurten cently distributed to tho 91 schools ances now locatecfilnd situate on said placed against him. and colleges maintained by that de- farm. nomination $707,792.77. This fund SHE TOLD HIM The purchaser will be required to came into the hands ot the treasurer execute bonds immediately after sale "You are not economical," said the from recent collections on subscrip- payable in equal installments, bear tions mado to the Christian educa- ing Interestat the rate of 6 per cent infuriated husband. per annum from date until paid. Said "Well," flashed his wife, "It you tion movement, which sought- throughout the bounds ot the bands to have the force and effect ot don't call a woman economical who A Hen will be retained saves her wedding dress for a possi- connection for the strengthening of a Judgment. on tho property sold to further se ble second marriage, I'd love to know denominational schools. It is said that this early distribu- cure tho payment ot said bondB. Just what you do call economy,'1-- . Given under my hand this the 10th tion of funds, will be a timely help to the many evidences of returning the schools and colleges, many of day ot March, 1922. B. II. ELLIS, business confidence and financial sta- which are handicapped by Inadequate Master Commissioner Ohio County. bility none is more conclusive than housing facilities and meager enA. D. Kirk. Clarence BartleU. M. L. the steady advance In prices of Liber- dowments. According to Methodist leaders tho Hcavrin, and O. C. Martin, Attorneys. ty Bonds. OOGTOII SUES FGII Gained 20 Pounds and Feel a Brand New Taking Man itiave lVfA-UL- KraaKi '' RftSTBRI g UI it flUH iM ffri7SiA,?iSiL4 S B fiEfc,' TANLAC For Infanta nndvChiIotwrrwa. "nwMn m m ALGOHOI.-- 3 Mothers TER CENT, f KnoKlKt: Genuine Castoek Mt& W aged-count- similntin4thcroodbyRc$utaiinrtthcinaiunsttr.uuu"--"p Always El? up.. wife hfinrs T.nfi MJ&& TlicretyPromoilnDijcstol NirrnQnrQ a f' 1V: - r rt . fasL KOoLfS .b WlCtllUlllVJJU.--- - --- - Xftnornt. 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A verattempt to escape. dict of wilful murder was brought Quinlan, reformatory cRuUtssaiS , against Monte Cuess, Louisville slay- had made a good record,, wiiilcs Caaaaus er, today, by tho coroner's Jury prob- was considered a bad priiioaec- ing the death of Clifford Qulnland, a BOOE TRICKLES TO LAJOT.r fellow prisoner at the Eddyvllle pri son Friday morning. Elyria, O., March 18. WKcct.SA-trolm- un Guess, who is sorving a life senSweet pushed, anu tence tor the murder of Clyde Onnes, at a saloon to gnJn.enteeueivJ', instructor at tho Louisville Industrial School of Itetonu, in 1916, cut Quin- spectators within admitted, $3SrTrjatc -23fts tan's throat with a knife made out ot of grain alcohol was; autor sink, tho UiiS siaaisti-lu-g n file, while the prisoners wero be dumped into tho on its course to Lake. Exte. ing marched to tho ehirt factory. CONVICT M.UIIDEHS FELLOW PRISONER $33,-000,0- 00 C-'f W- - The Hartford pARTFOUD Republican Published Weekly by ritlNTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIN8LEY, Editor and Business Manager. drafting of tho bill recently enacted. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Tho f GO.00 feo is an absolute, unqual (Dy I. D. Claire.) ified and unearned gift. Tho Coun ty Attorneys necessarily must do the Fashion's decree that skirts shall work, recelvo a fee of 30 per cent apd do bo two Inches iongor Is a merciful Attorneys Commonwealth tho women who are nothing for which they are handed concession to d spindle-shankeor lubberly a feo of GO per cent. No wonder some stout. of our laws aro unpopular. . . bow-legge- d, Samson Tractor Now $445 F. 0. B. Factory MISSION HOAIID NOTICE Kntored according to law at tho PoBtofflce, Hartford, Ky., as uall On account of the services bping puitter ot tho second class. held at tho Hartford Baptist church at 10 o'clock each day.tho Ohio Counto ty Baptist Mission Bor.rd will meet at Address all communications (The Hartford Republican, .'hurch at 9 a. m. March 28. Delegates and others Interested . will please note tho change. p NOTICE TO SUBSOIUBEKS R. E. FUQUA, Secretary. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent 4 y a new address must giro tho old BEAVEH DAM. " tldreas in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8? per Uje for each Prof. Allison, principal of tho local insertion. . nd Cards high school, who has been confined , Obituaries, Resolutions fet Thanks, lc per word, and flc for to his room with flu for the past week ach head lino and slgnautro, money is Improving. Ui advance. Mrs. Sallye Mary Rowe, widow of Church Notices for services free, advertisements, lc per Wm. Rowe, died at the home of her tut other brother, Mr. E. G. Austin, Saturday word. will night, as the result of an attack of Anonymous communications receive no attention. asthma. She was in her seventy-eight- h year. After funeral services TELEPHONE at the Baptist Church, Centertown, she was laid to rest In the Center-tow- n 59 Farmers Mutual cemetery. She leaves orio son and a host of relatives and friends. MAKCII 21 TKIDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tichenor, who have been visiting their daughter, Lowe, of Bowling Green, Head lines In a paper state that Mrs. Bunion has fitted out a for the past ten days, have returned tho Government "Dry Navy." What wo wish to know home. Mr. Jesse Chlnn has purchased tho js of what use Is a dry navy and as home of Mr. Wm. Klnnemouth, on to how it' may ba used and kept dry? Main Street and will move into it, Wo are always pleased to receive In the near future. Mrs. Fred Taylor, of Princeton, is ior publication, good live news letthe guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ters from all portions of the County. Chapman. "Wo are even anxious to receive them, Billle Mr. R. H. Barnes, better known but we have, time and again, stated very low of a that we cannot publish communica- as "Uncle Dick", is complication of diseases. tions that are unsigned, or written Mr. Bob Bell of Whltesville, Is by one whom we do not know. We visiting relatives and friends here. received such a communication this Mr. Edwin Rowe, of West Point, week from the Bell's Kun country, in has returned to his home after atwhich there was absolutely no means his ior identifying the author. If the tending the funeral ofvisitedmother. relatives Miss Louise Austin "Writer thereof reads this article he or sh9 will know the reason for our In Centertown last week. The remnjns of Mr. Charlie, Stewfailure to publish the communication. Illinois, was art, .who lived in "We regret having to leave these combrought here Sunday, and after funmunications out, but cannot avoid eral services by Rev. Burton, condoing so. ducted at the Baptist church, were Is the offer of eight per cent pro-l- it laid to rest In the Baptist cemetery. fertilizer, made by Henry Ford, He had relatives, and many friends in case he procures Muscle Shoals, In this city. Bro. Albert Maddox filled his regubased upon the cost of Muscle Shoals upon the am lar appointment at Clear Run Saturto the Government, or he contemplated putting into the day and Sunday. Miss Elizabeth- - Neighbors find litproject? People who ride "Tin Lizzies" have made old man Ford a bil- tle sister, of Oklahoma, are guests of lion or so in dollars, so some repor. their grandfather, Mr. Flein Stevens. -- . and with his pile of money he gets CLEAU RUN. way of publicity, quite a bit in the which causes him to shoot ordinary, Fine, spring like weather prevails. very ordinary, "Tommyrot" Into the The sick folks "in this community Tjlcachers now and then. Ho can undoubtedly build and sell Fords, or are about well again. , Estil Bartlett and family, of do it through superintendents and fitting Visited Mr. Bartlett's parents, Mr. heads of departments, but the cut of peace ships and stopping of and Mrs. L. H. Bartlett of this place, wars, going to the United States Sen- Saturday and Sunday. Armett Greer, who has been workate and dictating a line of action to government are different ing In Alabama for several months, the U. S. Matters, matters at which he is Just returned homo Tuesday. Leonls Smith and wife were guests a common, ordinary individual not much beyond some fifty millions of of Mrs. Magnolia Smith, Sunday. Mr. Tom Murry was In Hartford other citizens of the U. S. A. Sunday. Shelby Trogdon, of Barnett's Creek The recent Legislature passed an net, presumably designed to give visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. County Courts Jurisdiction over first L. L. Trogdon, of near Clear Run, offenses in violations of the liquor Sunday. Misses Lucy and Edna Brown, JenIjjws, and suppobedly to make the Jaw more easily enforced. But there nie Boone, Georgia and Hazel TrogJs a joker within tho act that makes don, and Messrs. Herbert Sauers, it an outrage upon the citizens of ev- Tlnsy Bartlett and Dena Trogdon ery County within the State. Tho were guests of Mr. Hardin Chapman objectionable feature of tho late act Saturday evening. They were dereads as follows: "Gives Common- - lightfully entertained with musl wealth's Attorneys jurisdiction overJ rondered by the Misses Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Crowe of 4ho cases" nnd allowa them 50 per cent commission on fines and forfe- Barnetts' Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. itures In all courts." The act also Bud Hoagland of this place, Saturallows tho arresting officer a fee of day night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hanley were $5.00 and gives a reward of $50.00 to the party giving the information at the bedside ot Mrs. Hanley's sisloading to arrest and. conviction. The ter, Mrs. Everett Kissinger, at Utlca, additional fees ?C5.00, If we have the Saturday. proper understanding of the matter, Master Dudley Hoagland is spend-- ! anust be paid by tho County wherein ing imsweeK wiin iir. anu iurs. nor the conviction Is had. If a party Is man Crowe, of Barnett's Creek. charged with an offense, brought into BETHEL. County Court and fined $100, altho lo never hears of the case perhaps, Mr. Richard McDpwell, who has until ho collects his feo, the Commonwealth Attorney drawn down been very ill ot tuberculosis for the G0.00, -- the County Attorney who past several months, is thought to bo handles tho evidence and conducts some better at present. Mrs. Jim Cummings, who was takthe trial receives tho sum ot $30.00, iJie trusteo of tho Jury fund receives en to Louisville Sunday to underfor appendicitis, $3.00, the balance, $17.00, is turn- go an operation ed Into tho State Treasury, and the when last heard from, was getting County must take from her treasury along nicely. Rev. Willcox filled his regular aptho sum of $55.00 with which to pay Iho arresting officer and the party pointment at Bethel Church Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Pickerell spent Sunwho turns in information against the offender. It Is an absolute impos- day with Mrs. T. H. Tatum. Mrs. Charlie Smith was in Dundee sibility for the Commonwealth Attorney to assist a prosecutions in Coun- Saturday on business. Sunday School will begin at Beth- ty Courts, due to tho fact that "most Sunday the 2Gth. EveryCounty Courts may ba In session on tho same days. Then too, In most body is Invited to attend and tako a Instances the Commonwealth Attor- ?art. Mrs. Lunle Maples has returned ney Is attending circuit court in other places within his district. Thero was home after spending a few days at certainly a piece of smooth work done tho bedside ot her daughter, Mrs. J. Attorneys' D. Thompson, who is 111 of flu at her by tho Commonwealth representatives in the home in Simmons. friends or -al -- If Judge Evans continues this drastic punishment for bootlcggors ho may force many members of the fraternity to turn to tho less hazardous enterprise of yegglng. Tho farmer, perhaps because of the and his Incident ot his isolation exacting hours of labor rather than to any natural merit, is tho best citizen class of the world. Ho grumbles at low price's and short weights and measures, but goes on from year to year producing to tho limit of his strength and that of his soil. The farmer kicks but never strikes. , persistence of the integrity The of the Hebrew nation, although scattered to the four winds of the earth, is the marvel of all history. The Jew no longer worships at tho bloody altar of sacrifice nor goes to battle confident that Jehovah Is fighting on his side, but patiently waits for the expected return of his dominancy of i. ' i f ' the earth. I asked Buddy McFeag if ho be lieved in capital punishment and he said he did, and In lots of it. 'I have always noticed," ho continued by way of Justifying his declaration, "that after a hanging in a community murders are scarce for a long PULLEY AND BRAKE, GOVERNOR, PLATFORM AND FENDERS $110:, lubri-cacatio- time." If the world had as listeners as It has pood good talkers would have opinion of, the wisdom of many good talkers the an exalted mankind. Why are so many volumes written in an attempt to prove that the spir its of the dead can communicate with the living? If the theory were true the spirits would prove It themselves. The greatest tractor bargain ever o if ered. Built up to high quality with high tension ignition system, force-fee- d water circulation by pump, apur gear final drive that gets a big share pull. Hyatts and New Departures throughmotors power into draw-ba- r of the out built for utmost service, to withstand the brutal demands of hard, every--da-y n, Perhaps after all we should not fault the Germans too much for aspiring to impose their culture on the rest of the world, for Is there a man among us who does not believe the evils of mankind would be corrected if he could impose his notions of conduct upon the rest of us? The wisdom of cutting the Methu- to selean age from three score years and ten is now ap parent. It was to keep Henry Ford from owning the earth. nine-sixty-ni- service. Then, too, remember the Model M's simplicity, with parts enclosed in dust-proo- f housing and running in oil; its safety, its comfort. To feel jts abundant power at your finger tips, to experience its steady running and bull dog tenacity at belt work means that you will own one. This year you must have more profit by reducing costs. This new low price puts this famous profit making unit within your reach right now. But like all good bargains this Model "M" bargain cannot last indefinitely. Get yours now. ACTON BROTHERS DEALER - HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD ROUTE 3. Mr. and Mrs. Aubra Himes spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Turner Himes, they were accompanied home by Miss Ada Bello Himes. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mosley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mosley and-ba- by and Mr. Claud Mosley, of Buford, spent Sunday with Mr. and .Mrs. Clifton Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stewart and baby spent from Sunday until, Tues-- J day with relatives in Owensboro. Miss Eula Mao French, who has been spending the past few weeks with hfr sister, Mrs. Jesse Whltta-ke- r, has returned to her home at Livia, Route 2. Mrand Mrs. Tom Hoover made a business trip to Owensboro, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oswell Hoover spent Saturday night with Mr. Clarence Bartlett and family of Barnett's Creek. ICE NOTICE. Excepting Sundays, I will make daily deliveries ot Ice to residents of Beaver Dam, commencing April 15. Prices will bo lower than last year. CLAYTON SHOWN, 39tf Hartford, Ky. The Samson Tractor Co. is a Division of General Motors. Corporation. Big Auction Sale! CAR LOAD HORSES AND MULES r o "JIAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS TALK BOUT A PEACEFUL SMOKE" BUT rvON' BE PEACEFUL EF. YOU SITS DEM LAK WHUT PE GIMME WEN AH STO-KEEP- BEAVER DAM, KY Saturday, Mar. 25 1 P. M., Rain or Shine. HOL' ONE SE-GA- PAlP 'IM UP YlSTITtoY!.' J "W Mm Copyfljht, 1821 by McOura All this stock sold under a guarantee and all broke to work. Run from 4 to 7 years old. Weight 950 to 1,300. Please tell your friends, neighbors and everybody. Terms cash. Missouri Horse & Mule Co. u Nwtppr Synut4 Mrs. W. S. Tlnsloy has recovered from n few day's Illness. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluke.) TOBACCO CANVAS The demand is heavy and the supply short. In fact, none of the cheaper grades are to be had and scarcely any of the better grades can be found in any market. We are fortunate in having for your demand aout 3,000 yards, a good grade, worth on the market now 6V2per yard. at-on- ce I A OUR SPECIAL PRICE . . '. 5c This is the true situation, on Tobacco Canvas., Not wse in you to delay in buying, nor even say you will not canvas your beds. Make sure of your plants. To canvas your beds is the only remedy. See Us NOW! See Us Quickly! The Bnptfst Brethren havo been conducting a series of meetings here Mr. C. W. Stevens of CronWall, during the past 12 dnys, holding serpaid this office a vUlt while In town vices at 10 a. m., in addition to the evening service. It seems that Wednesday. Chester Leach had not heard of the Mr. and Mrs. I, S. Mason havo tak meeting and after It had been In progress several days Ches happening to en rooms In tho "McIIenry" house hear tho church bell pealing for the with Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Ellis. morning service, immediately grabbed his water bucket and came tearMiss Laura Anno Martin left Tues ing out of his shop with inquiries as day for an extended visit to Mrs. to whose house was on fire. Lena Austin and family and other friends in the Dothel neighborhood. This Is the season of the year for setting hens, hatching chickens, getMr. R. II. Barnes, who resides in ting out quilts and neighborhood vistho Goshen community, of whose ill iting by telephone. ness we mentioned In tliecs columns last week, Is in a precarious xondi- Fonza Mldklff has been In town Hon. during the past ten days on the Board of Tax Supervisors, and If Mr. Robert Dell of Maceo, spent Fonza has made friends or enemies from Monday until Wednesday in out of every man he has borrowHartford the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ed "chawln tobacker" from he has J. P. Cnsebler und Mr. and Mrs. J. C. not less than a thousand of one or Riley. the other, most likely the other. One reason a lot of hands find no Mrs. A. W. Mills will return to- work to do is that they are jammed morrow from Owensboro, where she too deep, In the owner's jeans when has been during the" past week, the In tho vicinity of needed labor. guest of her sister, Mrs. Warren Mills and Mr. Mills. Did you ever notice how much Interest a man will take in you, your Mr. mid Mrs. 0. II. Ellis and little family and business just before he son, John Hill, city, spent last Sunday hits you for the loan of a "ten spot" In Central City, tho guests of Mrs. or asks you to chock for him in bank? Ellis' cousin, Mrs. Sam Daniels and .Mr. Daniels. Everything that's hard boiled Is not always so bad! For Instance: Hon. Ira Jones of White Run, late- Eggs, greens and jowl. ly returned from attendance of the session of the Legislature, was In to think it's Some folks seem Hartford Wednesday, shaking hands cheaper to rent and move than It is with his many friends. To pay it. &- Miss Sallyo Emma Cardon is re covering from a soveral day's ilntss of measles. I ', - ? . MSrrpff fi JM . Alft 11B( i. 'A! VOURTOOOWKO 'Zi kU!. Wi I va ... nMS I V4J7 x llii ft I is I 1 JJlAYlOHttQ -. tv , m ' ltd tr b PlLMl I THERE is an indefinable smartness imClothes that i press everyone. They are truly ' I J4&iCa to .Miss Mary Louise Tappan is able be out, after an.attack of flu. The Hartford Republican riUDAY, MARCH 24 FREE Pond Lily Rull), apply at this office, but do jour own digging. Mr. Alfred Wallace is very ill of n disease of the heart, at his home near town. Call TICHENOR-MILLER EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. SMOKE At The Best Stands. MOTOR Co., for TaxU Service any old time.. day, night or Mrs. L. S. Jgleharr and little PERSONAL NEWS daughter, Norman Page, are recovAND SOCIAL EVENTS ering from an attack of flu. i' tf f' Mf f 4 Mr. Alec Harrison of Narrows, was Highest cash price paid for eggs in town Tuesday. and poultry every day in the year. 1 W. E."ELLIS & DRO. Miss Sudyo Allen is recovering from an attack of grippe. MrsrFred Cooper of Beaver Dam, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R E. Mrs. W. M. Hudson is confined Duke, of this city, Wednesday. to her room with 'Illness. Wo havo OLIVER'S Horse Drawn We have Blount's Steel Plow's and Oliver Chilled Plows. None better Disc Harrows, "Corn Planters, CultiHave plenty of Ice on hand. vators, Grain Drills, Cultlpackers and ACTON BROS, Hartford, ELLIS ICC CO., Hartford. made. 3St2 Tandem Harrows for your Tractors Before purchasing your Monument Seo our emplements and prices, beMr. ,D. H. 'names, who has Tioen tal work write C. W. RUNNER, Bow-lin- g fore you buy. We can save you mon-oHI of pneumonia, ha.B recovered. ACTON BROS, Hartford. Green, Ky. Agents Wanted, J. D.,Holbrook is confined to "Mrs,, We will start the Ice Wagons the Pure bred Buff Leghorn and Buff her room with an attack of yrlppe. Rock eggs, 15 for $1.50, Heavy laying first day of April In Hartford, delh'-erin- g 't Mondays Wednesday and Satur2, strains. Mrs. BETTIE COLE, Olaton. Route Mr. Alva Kolley day of each weok. After the weather Whitesville, was In Hartford yesterMrs. J. Ross Taylor and little, gets warmer will deliver dally, day. 3St2 on Sunday. daughter Jean Paxton, spent a ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford. few days last week in Central City, Mr. John A. Goodman, of Elkton, was in Hartford Saturday of last the guest of relatives. Mrs. R. R. Wedding has returned i .week. FOR SALE Good work mule, from East St. Louis, 111., where she o 8 years old and 10 had been for soveral days at the Mrs, Hlnton Leach is ill of. flu and good condition, of her daughter, Mrs. J, L. Sal-lepneumonia at her homo on Clay bands high. who recently underwent a serious R. B. MARTIN, Hartford. Street. -operation. The operation was sucEd Shown of Deda, and Ben F. cessful and Mrs. Salleo is getting mounts Steel Plows and New Rica, of Fordsville, formerly Justices along nicely; Ground Plows and repairs at of the Peace, were in town WednesDROS. ACTON Mrs. J; W, O'Bannon, of Lawrence-burday. Tenn., spent from Saturday unwent to Judge W II. Darnes Smith spent last week- til Monday in Hartford, the guest of Mrs. C. E. yesterday on legal business. He end in Central City, the guest of her her sister, Mrs. R. E. Duke, and Mr. will return today. Duke. She returned home yesterday, sUter, Mrs. Roy Fortney. after spending from 'Monday until W. E. Fortney. r Howard Ellis of the firm of then, with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ellis & Hro. was in Dundee yesterB. W. Stewart,, at Cromwell. Why not buy a No.ll Oliver day receiving poultry. and ride Instead of walking. EgK for Hatching, for sale, Barred and Have a. better seed bed too, and more qot your Seeds, Fertilizer Plymouth Rocks, White Plymouth crib. corn In the Farming Implements, from . ACTON BROS, Hartford. Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, on unlimD. L. D. SANDEFUR, Strong vitality. Wo ited range. Beaver Dam, Ky., S. Main St. 36t0 Unless something unavoidable bap-- , guarantee 12 fertile eggs out of every a position to supply 15. Eggs 11.00 per 16. Special price Mrs. William JU Wydlclt, of'Earli pons, will bo in & with her every ice demand in the County this on 100 or more. Call Williams week-en- d ington, spent last 38'2 Taylor's Store. season. r parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, yV. J; WILLIAMS, Hartford. ELLIS ICE Co., Hartford. of this city. on y. ex-co- pt bed-slde, g, Cal-iToSul-kyTl- Vulcan chilled plows, tho best Mrs. Barrass says Ed's spring feWe ver set in this year in the latter part chilled plow on tho market. also havo n few Oliver chilled plows of the winter, or else It is simply a hang-ovand can save you money on them. from last season. , W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 35U Some men in speaking of their betMrs. Clarence Walker of Louis-vill- o ter halves say "My wife" just as they .arrived in Hartford last Satur- would speak of !'my mule or my day, to attend the funeral of Mr. A. cow." W. Logan. She remained fo( a few days' visit with Mrs. Logan. Pud Stevens says if he can pick up a few more pounds of flesh he thinks We have a full line of the gen- he may be able to raise a crop this uine American hinge stay farm and year. poultry Fence. We buy In car lots, which makes tho price right, on the Our wife had made us get up to ACTON BROS. rhiake the fires and clean out the best fence made. aches and cut some kindling, get the Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward re- water and do a few other little odd jobs around tho premises the mornturned home Sunday night from where they had spent two ing of tho fire at Charlie Carden's weeks, the guests of their daughter, nnA aa T, roemtt wo hurl nur plnthpa on when the fire alarm sounded. So Mrs. James Nance'Und Mr. Nance. to do after we didn't Mrs. D. Wolkfolk Barrow of Lex- the call for help was sent out but ington, arrived In this city last Sun- wash our hands and face, comb our day to spend a few days with her hair and put our collar and' tie on. brother, Mr. Jv P." Taylor, Mrs. TayROS1NE lor and her aunt, Mrs. A. W. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. McIIenry Holbrook of Horton, were the guests of Mrs. left Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. and little son, John Rowan, Monday for Qwensboro, where they li. Alford, Sunday. Rev. Snell filled his regular apwill remain the guests of Mr. o pointment at the local Baptist Church Sister, Mrs. Henderson and Mr. Murphrce, for a week Saturday and Sunday. Mesdames Elizle Pierce and May or ten days. Johnson are suffering from a light attack of flu. Misses Minerva and Cesna-JohnsMrs. Lucile Crowder of California havo taken rooms" in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Nalle, on Render St, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Nan where they wH remain until the closo Johnson, of this place. Rev. Pierce preached an interestof the school, after which they will their parents on their farm ing sermon at tho Christian Church Join Sunday afternoon. near this city. er havs-anythiHol-brooMur-phre- from individual. pure wool fabrics of richness and beauty, they carry the mark of as well as the brand of custom-tailore- d quality. They are faultlessly tailored whether the cost be TWENTY-FIVor SIYTY. Made-to-measu- re ex-clusiveness E D 1)1 Carson (L Co Hartford, Kentucky. To Readers of the Saturday Evening Post: Since this week's Post went to press, the price of the Overland car has . HERBERT. Miss Stella .McDanlel of Owens-bor"was. the- guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McDanlel, Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Vlrgle Mae and Nina Bur-det- te were guests of Mrs. Amanda Stewart and daughter, Mrs. E. C. Gillespie, Friday. Mrs. S. V. Flowers and Mrs. George Holland spent Monday jvlth their mother, Mrs. Sylvanla Jett bf.Pell-vlll- e. It wais tho occasion of Mr3. Sett's 88th birthday Mr. Bud Barker Is on tho sick list. Mrs. Kitty Head is visiting her sister, Mrs. Amanda Stewart. Rev. F. M. C. Jolley filled his appointment at West Point Church Sunday and was the guebt at dinner, of Mr. and Mrs. James 'McDanlel. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Milligan and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Skinner were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Isom Wells, of Whitesville Sunday. Mr. Grant Mldklff went to Owens-bor- q Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller, Mrs. B. Taylor and Miss Mattle Barnett were In Whitesville Thursday, shopping. "Mr. and Mrs. George Holland wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Miller, of near Habit, Saturday. AMr. Jesse Isom of Patesville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Bud Barker. 111., Mr, Lawrence McDanlel of guesj of his father, Mr. Jamas ishe McDanlel. Miss Vera Corley was the guest of her brother, Mr. Alvey Corley, Friday and Saturday. o, - been reduced to $550,f.o.b.ToIedo ' McHeriry Mfg. and Machine Co. McHenry, Ky. and Mrs. Leon McPherson, of Sugar BEECH VALLEV Magan ana T, S. Mil Grove. The bride wore a navy blue Messrs. J. C. polret twill, with hat, ler made a business trip to Fordsville, coat suit of gloves and slippers to correspond, Tuesday. groom was dressed In brown. Mrs. Bert Roach of Ralph, spent tho by MIsj They were accompanied Mrs, J. C. Magan. Tuesday with Frankie Cambron and Mr. Gllbfrt Mrs. J. L. Patton of Ralph, spent Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs.T. Roach, Mr. and Mrs. McPherson will reside at tho home of the groom's S. Miller. Aubrey Magan of Magan, father. Their many friends wish for Master spent Tuesday night with his father, them a long and happy married lite. Mr. J. C. Magan. BARNETT'8 CHEEK Mrs. T, S. Miller and little daughter,' Willie Mildred, spent from FriMiss Eula Mao Hoover spent Tuesday until Sunday with Mrs. Miller's day with friends In thcr Clear Run parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Patton. neighborhood. Tho barn of Mr. Loney MoKinloy at Ralphs. Mr. J. D. Miller and children of was destroyed by fire Tuesday mornDukohurst, are visiting their moth- ing. Master Otis Rhoads, who was seer, Mrs, M. E. Miller. The Matrimonial Bee has visited riously Injured when hit by a mule along nicely. this vicinity and claimed for its own last week Mr. E. L. Brooks was in Buford, Miss Arzella Magan, who was Joined In happy vvedlock to Mr. Blair M- Tuesday, on business. ' cpherson, of Sugar Grove, Saturday, Mrs. Sallle Hoover and family March 18, 192.2, In Owensboro, Ky. spent Tuesday with E. L. Brooks and The brldo Is the beautiful and ac- family. Master Lydron Wade spent jast complished daughter of Mr, J, C. Magan. while the groom Is a prosper Saturday night which his grandmothous young farmer, and the son of Mr. J er, Mrs. Cloah Wade. ' J il .. V oAA f ..fliiaU- .t-i- - -- . V FARM DEPARTMENT. tKrntucky Rank Mounts In Slock Improvement. Lexington, Ky., Mnrch 18. An drlvo for tlio Improvement ol farm breeding nnlmals, which hna i,nDTi rnrrlnd to nil parts of the State during the past 16 months, has resulted In giving Kentucky sixth rnnk among nil states In the number bf farmers who have agrff d to uso nothing but purebred animals In all their breeding work, according to an announcement by Wayland Rhoads, beet cattle specialist at the Collego of Ag- tho Importnnt polht raised HUSBAND'S RULES TOO most so far and adjourned court until trial NUMEROUS; DIVORCED 1 p. in. In order that authorities may In be brought In for When agreements which arc now waiting to be recorded, aro taken account of, the standing of the State should! be raised to fourth or fifth, JUr. Ithoads said. Kentucky stood at the bottom of the list when the campaign for better sires and stock was .started In the State. The steady progress which has of "been, made In the improvement Kentucky livestock has been marked lty the elimination of scrub nnd grade breeding sires In counties and parts of counties. Similar drives will be scheduled for the future to further encourage Improvement, according to jIr. Ithoads. -- riculture. April. In spite of the fact that the first growth of the season was entirely killed, a new growth from dormant and adventitious buds resulted In an nverage crop, while many other fruits suffered from 30. per cent to total loss. Several years ago the home demonstration organization started encouraging canning club girls to grow Muscadine grapes and make such products from them as Jelly, grape Juice Jams and catsups. In Alabama tlio club clrls have reached the point oi filling commercial orders, while In Georgia, North Carolina, South Caro lina, South Carolina, and Florida the nlnntlnc of Muscadine grapes In home arbors Is being carried on by club girls who expect to sell their products. The- railroads have carried Muscadine grape products on their diners for over a year, and are con tlmilnr to do 80. Companies using Muscadine grapes for nrenarlng fruit flavoring sirup beverages continue and to Increase their planting and out put, nnd during the year have ma terially Increased their capitalization deal-cohollz- argument. Wife Object to Specifications Court ConeurH. Lightning Protection There are practical methods, prac for protecting .Spring Top Dressing Roods Wheat tlces, and appliances buildings against lightning, but beYIcliK muse of unschuDtilous agent3 who a score or more years ago succeeded in selling equipment that did not pro tect, all methods and equipment came into disrepute among farmers and others. In order to put the mark of sanction on official and scientific methods, there lightning-protectio- n was recently appointed, through the collaboration of the Bureau of Standards, the Weather Bureau, and the American Institute of Electrical En gineers, a committee to prepare a code. Progress already Has been made In the solution of this problem and many well established principles have been made known to Interested It is hoped scientists and workers. the work of this committee will that result In developing practical methand ods, practices, 'and appliances and make farm buildings and other struc- In Lexington, Ky. March IS. anany cases, top dressing wheat with an application of about four tons of stable manure an acre has resulted In avcrago increases of as much as eight bushels an acre In the yield of the crop, according to experimental results being cited by soils specialists sit the College of Agriculture to show farmers the value of this method. Top dressing quickens the growth of grain In the spring and encourages a good stand of grass or clover It these ara grown In the wheat. Care .should be taken in top dressing to -see that the manure is not applied inn heavily. Coarse manure should be avoided as much as possible, the .specialists say. Tips for Gardeners. Since they mature quickest can stand more cold weather, the types of d small, round, jadlshes are best to plant early In the spring. Scarlet Globe and Trench Breakfast are good varieties. Since all vegetables make rapid growth which requires large amounts ol moisture, much of the garden's, mccess depends upon frequent, shal-.low cultivation to conserve soli mois-tur- e and keep down weeds, garden specialists at the College of Agriculture say. White Queen onion sets usually can be put into the field! about March 20. Frequent, shallow cultivation will be necessary since onions are easily choked by weeds that rob soil of the moisture which is necessary "lor good onions. olive-shape- Some attorneys expressed tho belief that tho action of tho Stnt might servo to disqualify the whole Jury and Oakland, Cal., March 18. Ten result In tho necessity of a new start. rules of conduct, which, she alleged, Australia has 24,600 returned solher husband demanded sho observe If they were to continue a loveless diers who have settled on farms. 4 marital partnership for tho sako of Paris collected 27,000,000 francs their baby, won a dlvorco for Mrs. taxes last year. R. Stone, young society matson In amusement . of this city, who Is now living with FOUR AUTO BANDITS her mother, Mrs. Theodore E. Dredge. GET f. 75,000 OEMS Mrs. Stono contended tho rules were cruel, nnd upon this ground Chicago, March 20. Four autoSuperior Judge A. F. St. Sure grantmobile bandits held up tho pawned her an Interlocutory degree of di- shop of Marcus Nlermnn In South vorce and awarded her $100 a month Street this morning and escapalimony and tho custody of tho baby. State dollars thousand with several ed Tho rules were as follows: worth of Jewelry. Alcoholic liquors not to be served Nierman, tho proprietor, estimatin home of couple for any purpose. $75,000 and ed the loss between Alcoholic liquors never to be servHo said the stock was In$100,000. ed In presence of baby at any time. sured for $52,500,, No Intoxlcnted person ever to be The bandits 'were all young men. permitted in presence of baby. They covered Joseph Flshman, the Wife to refrain from all use of In manager and II. Cohen, a clerk with toxicating liquors entirely. revolvers while they rifled tho safe. Husband to refrain from use of They disappeared In a big maroon bad language In presence of baby. car. Wife not to visit parents except on specified occasions. St. Louis will spend $12,000,000 Whllo husband absent on business for waterworks. Who says prohibi wife not to take baby to home of par- tion Isn't a success? Arkansas Ga ents as was her custom. Instead wife zette. te. was to remain alone at home except The fact that France has suffered for woman who was to be hired to stay by the hour. No relatives per 36 Invasions from Germany during mitted. the past 1800 years Is one good and Husband to visit parents one Sun- sufficient reason why she does not deday a month. Wife could come along light overmuch at the prospect of If she so chose. , another one. Boston Transcrlps. Baby never to be left with wife's If they had to turn their own mother if wife went 'out. Mrs. Stone said she reproached her grindstones fewer people would have husband because ho showed her no arcs to grind. Boston Transcript. affection, and quoted him as replyThough a little leaven leaveneth ing: nobody and tech- the whole lump, probably "I am a technical man Judges the United States senate by nical men aro not affectionate." Ellery W. Stone, the divorced hus- LaFollette. Jim Reed, Borah, Tom Toledo band, is a radio engineer and naval Watson and Pat Harrison. officer. He Is now on his way to Blade. China. Murder among the ancient Persians was not punishable at a first ofAre You a Weak , fense. Ami . Be-ntri-- 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 y $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. Don't delay. - creek, has caused a flood. of a The creek, dammed up by tho debris, has overflowed a largo number of lowland farms and Is causing much damage. ! ISS) Farmers have used hundreds of pounds of dynamite in an effort to Succeed whsn everything eUe falls. blast away the dam, but so far have In nervous prostration and female been unsuccessful. they are the supreme venknesse William Queen, a farmer, whose remedy, at thousands have testified, ft, barn was crushed when the moun- j FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND g tain slide occurred, appealed to tho j I STOMACH TROUBLE county authorities. An engineer with I It h the best medicine ever sold 1, ft' over a druggis 's counter. j big crew of blasters will attempt to clear a new bed for the creek. 12-po- '04r!c liters and Ailing Woman? - - In India the Gandhi followers are going to try to break British rule by what they call a policy of non-co- ( operation. That is, they will refuse with the government in ' to the enforcement of tho laws. That may be new In India, but American ' cltle are full of FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE go by that name- only they don't Dissolved in water for douche itopr Kansas City Star. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydin L. rinliham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for niif.l catarrh, tore throat and tore eye Economical. Htt eitnoniiQ.ry errleaoima sod ..irenriciJ&l pnwpf. " Ohio County i. J t fEvcry Woman IVnnts J DIRECTORY -- -.- tures safer. ( - America Is almost the only nation where the average man can save money and still enjoy a high standard of living. On that account Americans should be the most thrifty people on J CASTO . Ohilaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S 4 Beauty nml Health Go Hand in Hand Fort Thomas, Ky. "Several years V. S. TROOPS ORDERED V piaj. The P.itimTcJrt CKupmr. Daiou. Mm. Is HOME FROM GERMANY 20. Orders Washlncton. March directing the return to the United States by July 1 of all Amer.cai troops now on the Rhine were issued today by Secretary Weks. The order includes the return by the end of the fiscal year of the entire force of approximately 2,000 men excepted from the previous order of several weeks ago under which tho homeward movement of the majority of the American Rhine contingent Is now In progress. Secretary Weeks said that the op eration of two army transports now being employed in the return of tha troops had been ordered continued up to July 1. by which date all of the force would have been, withdrawn frnm the Rhine. The action of the War Department was merely a continuation of the policy previously announced for withdrawing tho American forces from thn Rhino territory as early as pos sible. Mr. Weeks said. It was in- .Hrnteil that the status of army leg islation In Congress in no way Influ enced the departments decision and also that the controversy over pay ment by Germany for the mainten ance of tho Rhlneland troops was not Involved. Secretary Weeks did not go Into detail as to how the functions exercised by General Allen in the Rhlneinnd rnminlsalon and those of tlio American forces at Coblenz Would be transferred to the Allied comman ders. He confined his announcement to ther statement that all of the troops would be backMn the United -- RA earth. -- - A Timely Suggestion. ago I had become so poor and weak from trouble of a feminine character that I could not walk around in my room without holding to the furniture or having some one to assist me. I was so nervous at times I could hardly endure any one walking across the floor. Finally I began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and in 20 three months' time I gained nounds. I continued taking the medi cine until I was entirely well. Dr. '- - ' fruits The next time you have a cough Cough or cold try Chamberlain's Remedy. It is pleasant to take and you are sure to be pleased with tho This remedy i relief which it affords. has a wide reputation for its cures of ' coughs m and colds. Bridges The Rule On .Eighteen-Foo- t Federal-Ai- d I Roads. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Few highway bridges with a width Ohio Circuit Court. of roadway less than 18 feet are now being constructed on improved roads, ' John Bullock, Gdn., Plaintiff. according to engineers of the Bureau vs. of Public Roads of the United States J. L. Addingon, etc. Defendants. In the Department of Agriculture. By virtue of a Judgment thereto past some of 12 feet and a good many fore rendered and order of resale of width have been construct- tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at of ed in an effort to economize but it the March Term thereof, 1922, In the economy. has proved short-sighte- d above cause I shall offer for sale, at Only one line of traffic can pass over tlio Court House door in Hartford, roadway and 1G feet of Kentucky, to the highest and best a width will not accommodate two lines bidder, at public auction on Monday Jn safety. Many of the States such the 3rd day of April, 1922, at one as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio,1 o'clock P. M. (being county court and Massachusetts have found it ad- day), upon a credit of six and twelve visable In replacing old bridges on months, the following described prop important roads to mako them wide erty, enough to accommodate thros and The following described tract or lour lines of traffic. parcel of land situated at Equality, Kentucky, Ohio County, and . de Signs In California scribed as follows: So AiUci-tMitForests Beginning at a stone, corner in Advertising signs In the 17 nation- the line of street or public road and al forests of California must come running with the line of said road in down, following an order issued by a N. E. direction 50 feet to a stone; the district forester at San Francisco thence In a westerly direction 200 Advertisements feet to tho lino of an alloy; thence on January 27. printed on rocks and trees are also with the line of said alley S. E. 50 to bo' effaced. According to the re- feet to the lino of said street or pubgulations of the Forest Service of tho lic road; thenco with the line of said United States Department of Agri- road 200 feet to tho place of beginculture, such advertising is prohibit- ning. This being a part of lots No. spe-xl8 as shown on the plat of said town ed In all national forests without permits, which are seldom Issu- and conveyed to Farmers Mercantile Is Company by W. M. jCIrtley and wife ed. The object of this regulation to' prevent defacing the mountain by deed of record in Deed Book 42 landscapes of tho national forests pago 62 Ohio County Court Clerk's with billboards and other unsightly office. The purchaser will bo required to signs. execute bond Immediately after salo Increasing Remand 1,,or Muscadine with approved security, bearing legal Grape Cuttings. interest'from the day of salo until There' has been a great demand paid and having the force and effect InA Hon will bo retainof a Judgment. during the past year not only for grapes, but ed on said property to further seformation on Muscadlno to start tho cure the payment of the purchaso for plants with which of grape production. Nur- price. business s II. II. ELLIS, serymen have purchased large quan-titlecooperaMaster Commissioner Ohio Clr. Ct. of cuttings from tho Willard, tive vineyurd maintained at Depart- M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. . C , by the United States JN A very marked difference between and tho North ment of Agriculture the Harding treaties and th.o Wilson Carolina Experiment Stolon. suffered less in treaties lies in the fact that Mr. Muscadine grapes local Harding knows his senate. New that section than any other , last Vnrlr Tnlpernnli. killing frost I lC-fo- ot 12-fo- ot to-w- lt: ' I -al Pierce's Favorite Prescription certainly saved my life," Mrs. Laura Klepfer, 15 Oak St. Health Is most Important to you: Do not neglect it. Obtain this Pre scription of Dr. Pierce now, in liquid or tablets, from your druggist, or Rpnii 10c for trial pkg. of tablets, to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel In Buf falo, N. Y or write for free medical advice. RAILROADS TAKE FIGHT TO COURT CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday In September nnd fourth Monday in November: Judge George S. Wilson, O.wsnsboro Glover II. Cary, Com'th. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis. Muster Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund L. B. TIchenor. COUNT!' COURT Convenes first Monday In each month: Judge R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jnller Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT lonvenes first Monday In each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Mon- April nnd October, R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- town. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons 1th District J. It. Murphy, Fords-vill- a. 1 Mothers use &CJS YefMt wy lor we uwunm Fashioned A Safe Old .w y3T TT ue (rjjl ! Remedy for Worms Seventy. fiyeyeartcontin. uouaute i the bett testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUCE can oiler you. Keep a bottle alwayt on hand. It will help keep the little onea healthy l. In....., first 'TnnailnV til and happy. CnJO from tho New York, March 20. Injunction proceedings were Instituted today against the Government by counsel for nearly 100 railroads in connection with the rate order promulgated by the Interstate Commerce Commission effective March 1, which the petitioners assert is arbitrary and outside the powers of tlu commission. Practically all the Eastern lines, except the New York Contral, Pennsylvania and Baltimore & Ohio Joinapplication to set aside the ed order which reduced by in per cent tho proportion of rates on interregional shipments given to Eastern lines and added this percentage to the States by July 1. amount allocated to the New England Why not put a tax on bachelors? carriers. -- t They aro tho only citizens who have n peace that Is worth paying for. STATE ATTACKS ARRUCKLE JUROR Washington Post. 20. The Man works for money. If ho March San Francisco, him. sensational charge that a member of saves money will -t work for selected to try Ros-co- e tho Jury already FAMaS, RUINS "Fatty" Arbuckle a third time for MOUNTAIN FARM AND FILLS CREEK held a bias against the District Attorney's office which Wayne, W. Va., March 18. A would prevent him from giving fair mountain has fallen down in Grant consideration to tho State's evidence district, Wayne county. Atwas hurled by Assistant District Tho rocky peak and cliff weighing optorney Leo Friedman when court over in a sudden thousands of tons, went directly ened today and resulted a country road and, filling up tho bed halt of proceedings. Friedman presented an affidavit stating that Edward W. Brown, a mombor of tho Jury, was a member of tho firm by the same name which of had been prosecuted for violation by pure food laws several times the tho District Attorney's office. He asked that ho be removed from countho Jury. Gavin McNab chief Arbuckle, hotly contested tho sel for request, declaring that it was an "unhproceeding" and charging eard-of that tho State had the same Informaaction last week when Brown was cepted. Judgo Louderback said It was the in-t-. mun-sluught- scad you a bottle promptly. S. FREY. rUIimut, Hi. U E. 30cbottleatrourdruiitM'tor aener! store; or it your dealer can't uppryyou.end hi t ntrne nd 30c in tumps and veU MMBaVW 5th District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart TAKE OUR-- ' ford, R.. F. D. No. 4. Mack Martin, Narrows, Oth District It. F. D .No. 2. 7th District J. Walter Taylor, BeaA Treatrr.cnl ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. lor WEAK- BOARD OF EDUCATION Mrs. I. S. Mason. Superintendent LUNGS or Convenes First Monday in every CONSUMPTION month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, r. Secretary-Treasureand R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A Quick relief (or that tired, run down leeline coughs, paint ia cheit. nieht sweats, hemor R. F. D. No. 6. consumption. It it docs-nChairman, Hart- thages, weak Itluncs or notbici. W. R. Carson, Vice be!p you costs you t ford, R. F. D. No. 3. lock dox etc. niiin ucninAi on COLUMBUS a Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. Uni'J ITlCUIUttL UUi Otis Stevens, Beavor Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. WILL YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY pmSafc'y 11 I FOReONE MONTH ot Examinations. For Common School Diplomas Fourth Friday and Saturday In January, and Second Friday and Satur- I USE LIV-VER-L- AX day InyMay. To be held in Fords- vlllo, Beaver nam ana tiariioru. For Teachers' Ccrtlllcatcs TMru Friday and Saturday In May, Juno Except notice Is and September. clven to tho contrary the latter ex aminations will bo held In Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS R. F. Keown, Tnv Commissioner Fordsvllle. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle Representative Ira Jones, Wnito Run. HARTFORD Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. ROCKI'ORT For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. , ' Robert L.Green, Judge. Leo W. Pherson, Marshall. Edd Cooper, Chairman. W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. Stllll Mason, Treasurer. Feel.rlcht all the time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel keeps yoK rhen pleasant on your feet, while relieving your troubj lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. a bo loner before Lax win completely displace calomel in evert home. Cnildrjn can tako it freely ktA with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Nona renuino without tho likeness and sigB) oXL. K. Griirsby. For salo by l. . SBUiUlaJ, HftrJAX Li'k-V- im ' v r t Is dark DARK WEED GROWERS 'if no organizationwill effected tho no nt FORBES SAYS AID TO tolmcco growers continue to SOLDIERS GENEROUS BACK SAPIRO'S PLAN their morcy. Western Kentucky nnd i ( I w4wwmwMiu. - ,r 7 Tennessio hnvo experienced aorao of the benefits of cooporatlon a yenr In Million Anil Half Of Ciiw Handled ImrRC CiowiIm Hrnr Kxprrl Tell How ndvnnco, because of tho success nt- -' During Mfo Of Picsont Hum Veterans' Jiurcuti tem'.lng tho movonient to orgnnlze tollrlpi'i! The West growers In the Hurley belt nnd bacco That a Washington, March. 18-la Virginia and tho Carollnns." mjlllon and 'a half of claims of vot- -. TIiq campaign for tlio organization marketing nssocla- -' H" Had Stomacli Trouble Tor Sev ornns'of tho World War have already fn boen handled by tho government in en Yours. tlon ainoiig tho tobneco growers of "black natch" was launched tho ! Theodore Sanford of Fonmorc, Its generous treatment of thorn is tho Forbes, diVast woekr gr;at crowds of growers Mich., Iras had stomach trouble for stated by Col. Carries II. business men nttondlng meetings seven years nnd could not cat vegeta- rector, of tho United States Veterans' nnd which were addressed by Judgo Ilob-c- bles or fruit without pain In tho Bureau. With a total expenditure of $1,259- lllnghnin. Loulsvlllo publisher, stomach and rc3tless nights. Dy taking Chamberlain's Tablets ho Is now 030,721, Colonel Forbes takes tho founder of tho Hurloy Aaron Saplro, California lawyer and ablo to oat vegetables or fruit with- position that this Government has mnrkotlng export; Col. out causing pain or sleeplessness. If boen more liberal with Its fonnor Passonnoau, of Hopklnsvlllo troubled with Indigestion or consti- soldiers thnu any other country Joseph Ho says: In tho conflict. nnd Lexington, organization manager pation glvo these tablets a trial. They m "During tho tlmo that tho Bureau successfully led tho campaign In nro certnln to provo beneficial. who of War KIsk Insurance and tho Rethe hurloy district, securing tho sighabilitation Division of the Federal 58,000 members to con- MlIiUONB IM.ITKItATK natures of IN AM12KICA, IS CLAIM Board for Vocational Education were tracts; and It. K. Cooptr, HopklnsIn operation and during the five vlllo wnrohouseman nnd tobacco exmonths of existence of the presont Chicago, March 18. "Five milport, who declared himself convinced 1, was the only wise lion people In tho United States can United States Votorans' Bureau, that 418,012 claims have been mado by neither read nor write nny language. system of marketing tobacco. was Mnnv tliniiHtinds of children are hous- - veterans, divided us follows: 486,884 enthusiasm Pnnslitornblo training, 171,875 for roused by tho story of the success of ed In unsanitary nnd dangerous school for vocational nnd tho great houses. More than 1,800,000 chll- - lusurapoe, and 700,153 for death Hurley the and disability compensation. rcductlon In cost of handling made dren have less than thirty-fou- r "Out of this number n total of 831, equnre feet of playground each.' Six system of selling under the now 767 claims have boen allowed by tho per cent of tho children of Mr. Saplro, whom Judge Ulngham We bureau, whllo 472,170 have been disbrought to Kentucky to help organ- tho country nro taught allowed. On December 31, 1921, spoke nt nre n nntlon of ize tho hurley growers, there were 114,975 claims waiting fiHenderson, Owensboro, by eleventh-graders.- " Hopklnsvlllo, During 1921, 66, This was tho statement of Mark T. nal adjudication. Clnrksville, Tonn.. nnd Springfield, inmeetings tho McKco In an address hero In which 637 veterans reinstated their term Tenn. At most of his surance and 3,677 reinstated their farmers decided- by unanimous vote he outlined plans for the home for converted policies, making a total of to adopt tho new systom of market- motherless and fntherless children 70,314. During the same period 76, proposed by tho Brotherhood of Aming. Insur172 converted their war-tlm- o Mr. Saplro maintained in his erican Yeomen. ance, making a total of 339,107 vetgpoeches that tho project means beterans who still have term policies, ter towns as well as better farms, citA TALK ON THRIFT with 259,730 having converted ining tho Increased purchasing power surance policies, a grand total of 598, that follows tho formation of coopera- (By S. W. Straus, President, Ameri- S97 who are still carrying their Govtive associations and Increase In land ernment Insurance. can Society for Thrift.) vnluts. "Since the bureau started operaAt, tho presont time, wheisome of law of "There Is no escaping the the gravo World problems are being tions $281,750,392.69 has been paid supply nnd domnnd. but wo propose solved, and when tho dawn of a hap- In Insuranco claims $278,239,146. to substltuto tho domnnd. at tho point pier day Is dawning for mankind, It 93 for death and disability on term of consumption for the demand at the should bo borno In mind that the sta- policies and $3,517,345.45 on converpoint of production," the speaker bility and prosperity of nations and ted policies for death and disability said. tho people that comprlso them can claims. During the year the Govern "Heretofore, the prices paid to the exist only with tho practices of thrift. ment received $47,442,993 in pre growers have been figured on the latDuring the past three years there miums and $993,697 was set aside for ter basis. Under tho miction system have been countless plans suggested Insurance dividends. the supply at tho point of production or tried for tho restoration of the "At tho close of tho year there Is piled up suddenly , during n few economic balanco nnd the establish- wero 104,579 veterans receiving weeks of the year nnd exceeds the ment of social peace, but these plans vocational education, the bureau retho there. Consequently domand hnvo been successful only in the de- ported. Of this number 93,914 were prices go downward and the grower gree to which they have been, founded In section 2 training, which carried wonders what has happened to him. fundamentally on the principles of maintenance pay ranging from $80 to But the real demand for tobacco Is thrift. $170 a month, in addition to the tuWe from tho consuming public. And better days are coming now, ition, books, supplies, and equippropose to balanco this domand with because there Is moro and more a ment, and 10,644 veterans were Mho supply, Instead 'of attempting to world-wid- e manifestation among men undergoing vocational training In secretain, an artificial system which 13 to settle down nnd work and save and tion 3 training, which provides turuining the growers of tobacco and thnrebv thrive. ition, books, supplies, etc., but no reducing 'the level of civilization In may be the problems maintcnancr pay. Since the GovernWhatever these districts." confronting a nation, they are but the ment undertook tho rehabilitation pointed out that Mr. Saplro composite of the problems that dally work, it was reported, 119,881 men eratlvo associations usually preferred affect tho lives of the Individual. and women have been placed In secof channels to maintain existing somewhat more com- tion 2 training and 17,187 in section ' trado rather than disrupt commercial They may bo plex, but they nro the same basical- 3. however, it Ho said, relations. "According to the medical division ly. The man who has been thru would be posslblo to mnrket tho dark much and bitter experiences, who report, 28,687 veterans wero undercrop If tho present buyers refused to segoing hospitalization la3t December has had his personal resources deal with an association. riously Impaired, who finds himself 31, 11,646 being In tubercular hos"Tho largest manufacturing insti- shocked and dazed after years or. loss pitals, 8,272' In neuropsychiatry and tution In England Is tho English and bitter trials, must settle down to mental Institutions, and 8,769 In genSociety, main Wholesale Slnco the creation a systematic and carefully ordered eral hospitals. training 1,200 or more stores. This routine life. of tho bureau, it wr.3 said 206,039 has Intimated that It would bo glad He must recover from his losses veterans havo received hospital treatto undertake tho manufneturo of Ken- nnri rpcaln his former prosperous ment and 1,115,259 medical examtucky and Tcnnesseo tobacco for tho condition thru careful planning, hard inations." English nnd European trade. Wo wnrv. nml systematic saving. e The National Republican Club, of do not anticipate that tho existing can bo helped only thru these simple New York, In a resolution to Conbuyers will reject our offers, gress, adds: methods of restitution.wo can sell them tobacco moro "Tho Federal Government mainAnd in a larger and broader way efficiently than now sold, but even going through Just tains numerous and admirably Is y mankind If they do tho growers would not bo equipped hospitals for tho care of sick thin exnerlence. lost." Tho Federal disabled veterans. It is well to bear in mind that tho "Steady Incomes for farmers mean snmo fundamental rules of progress and Government Is now spending large steady Incomes for merchants. A govern individuals and nations. This sums at rates ranging from $25 to stabilized agricultural market means fact should be kept In mind as we $135 a month, for compensation to a stabilized morcantllo market, and trend of International events soldiers who are in tho:o hospitals. every merchant knows from experi- read tho In our nowspapors from day to dny In every northern state except Maine ence that- this Is Invaluable. soldiers' as well as when we plan and worK and Utah, comfortable now Is niore,ly trying to do Inout tho details of our personal affairs. homes have been establlshed.toward telligently for himself what merTho basis of sound economics must tho maintenance of which tho United chants do Intelligently for thomselves be thrift whether It bo for the man, States Government contributes $120 all the tlmo. Nation, or for all mankind. per year per Inmate. Tho National only liavo tho town people for the "Not Itself maintains 10 Government Inprofited from tho tremendously splendidly equipped soldiers' 'home?, creased purchasing power" of tho scattered over the country from FOR FLETCHER'S rural districts surrounding thorn, but Maine to California and from WisconI rise In land values In tho town resin to Tennessee," m flected from corresponding rlso In $- lands. Farm lands AI'IUIj 2(1 POUITllY DAY AT value of farm An Earnest Effort COLLEGE OV AGIUCULTU1U3 they have profited greatly by the rise Tho following prayer Is reported because tho prlco obtained from tho April to hnve gone forth from the pulpit Lexington, Ky March.18 products grown ,on thorn Is a fair marketing, 20 has been set aside as the date for a of n negro preacher In Mississippi: price undor "O Lawd glvo thy servant this special poultry day to be held at tho and romalns so not ono yenr out ' four as in Kentucky, but four years College of Agriculturo for Kentucky mornln" tho eyes of tho eagle and the connect his soul out of four. Banks can lend money farmors nnd their wives who are In- wisdom of the owl,telephone In tho gospel on farm land3 with greater safety terested in- - poultry raising, it has with tho his brow with becauso they know that Its vnlue will been announced hero. Tho program central skies, lumlnate Qeneral buslnoss condi for tho day, which will ho In the form tho sun of Hoavon, plzen his mind bo stable. nf n ulinrt cniiran will lin flnslirnpil'tn with lovo for do people, turpentine tions nro onsler." Kentucky's schools will not rnnk i SUOw farmers and their wives what his Imagination, grease his lips witu marketing tho collego and tho Kentucky AgrI possum oil, loosen his tongue with forty-fift- h If Experiment Station are the sledge hammer ob thy power, Is adopted for the wholo State, ho cultural will bo mado doing to solve somo of the poultry 'lcctriclty his brain wld do llghtnln' Its roads declared. his passable, Its homes bettor, Its towns production problems common In Ken- of do word, put 'pttual motion In pro- ahms, fill him plum full ob do result. tucky. Opportunity also will bo moro prosperous as a ob dv ulory. 'nolnt him all over Mr. Saplro ended his speech with vided for farmers to talk over their of tho As- poultry raising problems with special- wld de kerosene oil ob dy salvation an appeal that all frlonds sociation let It be known that they ist of the Institution. This Is said to and sot him on tiro. Amen." disapprove violence and coercion In bo the first tlmo that a similar event Attorney-QeneraDaugherty is not l campaign. has been arranged. tho exaggerating when ho observes that oppose organi"The Interest who : It 'the neonle are getting tired of in Herblno cures constipation and rebecauso sations of growers "have establishes regular bowel movements. dustrial quarrels and strikes and bestrengthens them," lie said, Chicago trleii to buy off the dark tobacco Price COc. Sold by Ohio County ing forcibly fed on both." m Nows. Drug Company. growers. 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Berlin, March Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken mysteries of International finance Is by catarrh sufferers (or the past thirty-nv- o foreign currency and years, and has become known as the the amount of foreign securities held by Germans. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on Upon the solution of this mystery will the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poidepend largely the settlement of the son from tho Blood and healing the disreparations problem but unfortu- eased portions. After you have taken Hail's Catarrh nately the only light lhat can be shed Medicine for a short time you will see a great Improvement in your general upon It Is that of conjecture and health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Mediat once and So the mystery will con- cinetestimonials, cet rid of catarrh. Send guesswork. free. for Toledo, Ohio. P. J. CHENEY & CO., 75c. tinue to remain quite mysterious. Sold by all Druggists. In their belief that Germany Is wil- according 'to tho plans of leaders a special effort will be made In this direction on March 20, the official. "World Sunday" of Southern Methodism, when the theme of world misin every sions will be presented church within tho bounds of. tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South. During the week following "World canvass will Sunday" a church-wid- e be made to collect arrearages In Centenary payments. It Is said that there is a shortage of $4,000,000 in collections to be made up before the meeting of the General Conference In. May, 1922. se - - The-farm- .Children Cry AS TO RA dyn-nml- te The 'City of Sao Paulo has ' been characterized as the "Hub of Methodism" in Brazil. Among the handsome new plants erected with Centenary money aro the New Central church and the big Publishing Houso, Was pubNow comes an Interview, property of the Methopaper, quoting Herr Methodists to meet their obligations at Sao Paulo, lished In a Derlin for overdue missionary money, and dist Episcopal Church, South. ft Urblgs, director of the (one of the largest banks in the Itelch), admitting tlje outward flow of German capital. The figures given by Herr Urblg are quite natur ally more conservative than those taken from tho French press. His estimate and he admits It is only an estimate puts the total of converted German capital at 1,500.000,000 gold marks ($351,000,000). Most of thl3 conversation took place, ho says, Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mora during the fall of 1921, when the Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared mark suddenly collapsed. Against this figure, however, Herr Much Sickness and Worry. Urblg sets up a debit of several hundred million gold marks representlng-amount- a Navasota, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . that German capitalists owo of this place, relates the following interest- just lifeless. He to allied and neutral countries. "I heard of Cardul and alter reading I ing account of how she recovered her cautions students of frenzied Internastrength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that tional finance to guard against tho actually losing her health: was pulling me down. 1 sent for Cardul furor numerl the crazo for writing and began it. . . "Health is the greatest thing In the strings of zeros and counting In bil- world, and when you feel that gradually "In a very short while after I began the lions and trillions. slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardul Home Treatment 1 saw an imHerr Urblg does not bellovo that tip and take notice. That is what 1 did provement and it wasn't long until I wa the German government will In its sometime ago when I found myself in a all right good appetite, splendid rest, present position be able to stop the' very nervous, run-docondition of and much stronger so that I easily did iny Gorman capital. of conversion 1 was so tired and felt so lifeless house work. health. Stronger governments have tried to l could hardly go at all. "Later I took a bottle of Cardul as a flow of financial paper regulate tho tonic. lean recommend Cardul and glad"I was just no account for work. I ly do so, for if more women knew, it from one country Into another, but wouJd get a bucket of water and woujd baffled by the problem. havo been would save a great deal of worry and contains a eel so weak I would Iiave to set it down sickness." . The treaty of Versailles jef ore I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. clauso permitting tho allied governThe enthusiastic praise of thousands ol In this condition, of course, to do even ments to seize prlvato German deotiier women who have found Cardul my housework was a task almost Imhelpful should convince you that it it posits in the financial Institutions of to This clause, how- possible accomplish. worth trying. All druggists sell it. allied countries. "I was . nervous and easily umc.. i. m j ever ,has beou annulled thru the ef ($160,-000.00- 0) DIsconto-Ge-sellscha- fully concealing her assets, French IXTEKEST CENTERS v publicists have charged that capital IX WOULD SUNDAY to the amount of 6,000,000,000 to 0 gold marks Southern Methodists thruout the to $1,040,000,000) has been centering their inter-- 1 Into foreign securities or connection are converted foreign est on World Sunday, March 26, at has been put oa deposit in ' which time every member of that do-- 1 banks. As the German reparations was nomination who made a subscription installment for February, 1922, to the Centenary of Missions moveonly 650,000,000 gold marks to tnake a payIt seemed evident to the ment will be asked Germany could pay ment on his pledge. French press that The "World Sunday" movement If she wanted to collect the money which is now sweeping this section from her private citizens. Inaugurated, It Is said, to arouse ($1,405,-000,00- Peter Cooper, the Inventor, In his autobiography, said: "I first obtained an old pair of shoes and took them apart to see the structure and then, after procurlns leather, thread, and needles and soroe.sultable tools, without further Instruction I made tticT last, and a pair of slides which compared very favorably with .tho country shoes then in vogue." IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY SLIPPING? V Itoport ot the condition o( the ' n Hartss CITIZENS BANK do'ng business at tho town of ford, County of Ohio, Stnto' of Kentucky, nt tho close of on the 15th dny ot March, 1922. Loans and DlscotinU Stnnkn. Hnmla nnif COOPER BRO 3 ' . .. . ?GJ5,4S2 17 1 nthor So-,- 1 JllAisisisn 1ft f7MLSSs!Mk99LUFa. MfeaMiMisVis-liSBiHsKZ- curltios , Duo from Hanks 8 lBIBk IKbSBP'' j&IHmV feHop?9M .. Cash on hand Chocks and other ca3h Items .1,718.01 UnnkliiR Houso, furniture GOO.OO and Fixtures 16,131.08 32,163.27 6,333.17 I I7! pecial A nnouiiceineiit 3 ! rftHlaSHftftftlPii ,,'JftVlftv $123,327.70 I.liihiUtlcs. paid In Capital stock $25,000.00 In cash 12,500.00 Surplus Fund i Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid. 1,570.67 Deposits subject to check $76,837.12 7, 410.91 Time Deposits. 84,257.03 Total $123,327.70 Total We have anticipated your needs for Spring yBftftVftftwR';'''ftftBSftftW?41 jjHMftftVftftftftW State of Kentucky) )Sct. County of Ohio ) We, J. C. niley nnd It. It. Riley, President nnd Cashier of tho above named Dank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. nH9" "FOOT-FITTERS- are a special feature at this store and ve have plenty of them; not just a few. AA to E (5 to Bring your and feet in we don't care how large or how small they " half-sizes- ). "FOOT-FITTERS" J. this C. R, It. RILEY, niLEY, President. Cashier. I I We have for long slender feet and for short, fat feet. They fit low arch feet as vell as high arch feet. We don't care what knd of feet you've got: our will fit 'em! Don't handicap yourself by wearing shoes! A Shoe must accommodate the foot it covers ! If it doesn't the foot rebels the wearer suffers ! Our are They fit the feet all over! No Pinching; No Binding that's one reason why they retain their shape and GOOD appearance thru-othe life of the shoe. Price $7.00 "FOOT-FITTERS" ill-fitti- ng Subscribed and sworn to beforo me 21 day of March, 1922. L, T. It I LEY, N. P. My commission expires January 20, 1926. Correct Attest: , J. C. RILEY, C. M CROWE, , S. A BRATCIIER, Directors. j Report of the Condition of Tho BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business in the town of Hart- -' ford. County of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on ICth. day of March 1922.. -- "Foot-Fitter- s" Foot-Accomodat- ers ut CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. OF DARKDISTRCTIS UP TO FARMERS asking him welfare of bacco as he the welfare tobacco. to interest himself in the the rrowers of dark tohad interested himself In of the growers of Burley ORGANIZATION r-- Resources Loans and Discounts. . .$374,942.19 secured nad Overdrafts, .756.00 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other 35.000.00 Securities 45.90G.0G Due from Banks --. 11,151.58 Cash on hand Banking House, Furniture 4,500.00 and Fixtures Season and have a large assortment of consisting of all the new things in Dress Goods, Notions, Ladies' Spring Coats, Coat Suits, Capes and Dresses. In fact, we have our store filled with the very best of merchandise. We carry some of the national advertised lines, such as Queen Quality Shoes, for women; the Florsheim Shoe for men; and the Billiken Shoe for children. The Hart Schaf fner & Marx Clothing for men and young men. Now, these are the same lines you will find in the very best stores in the cities, so why leave home and pay more for the same line of merchandise. We have a big and complete line of Millinery and one of the best milliners that can be had. If you are in need of a hat, see our line. We have a big line of Furniture and Rugs of all kinds, so if you want to dress up, or dress your home up, come to see us before buying. mer--chandis- e, Ready-to-Wea- r, QUALITY FIRST K- - Total Liabilities 5472,255.83 COOPER BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. .ocaI Organization!, Will Ifuvo Large . 1'iiit In Campaign, S.iys Col. l'lissonneau. "These requests began coming to Judge Bingham as early as a year ago. Hence his decision to call a meeting of a considerable number of the more prominent tobacco growers and business men of the dark tobacco district at Louisville on the 4th ot March for the purpose of giving them an opportunity to hear an explanation ot the plan. In order to find ont more definitely tho general sentiment for organization In Western Kentucky. Tho plan was endorsed unanimously at this meeting and Judge Bingham was requested to commence at once the organization work. "The plan of organization will be definitely localized nnd it will be up to tho leaders and farmers of each district such as the dark fired, stemr, to carry on ming and the tho movement within their respective districts likewise, It will be up to the influential farmers and leaders both In business and agriculture, living within each county, to carry on the movement in their county, and laitly, the farmers of each local convmnr.Hy, whether It be a school district or voting precinct, will be expected to do the work of organization. "In other words, tho plan of organizing will bo strictly democratic, In every sense. Naturally, 1t Is hoped that each district, each county and each community will follow the accepted methods of advocating tho organizing. Consequently, In order to maintain uniformity of method, the manag ment of tho campaign will bo directed largely from headquarters, but in each case the actual carrying on of the work will bo done by the county and local organization. Within n short time there will be commenced tho arrangements of meetings in ouch 'county for tho purpose of selecting county organizations and discussing tho methods which generally bring the best results In campaigns of this kind. "Meanwhile, mass meetings will be hold lu tho various county seats on court days and on Saturdays, when the provisions of tho contract to bo used by tho Association will be fully explained. one-sucke- Hopkinsville, Ky., March 20. Discussing tho campaign to organize the growers of tobacco in the "black patch", Col. Joseph Passonneau, organization manager, sa'd today that the campaign is being undertaken at r7ie request of leading business men and tobacco growers of the four sections composing tho dark tobacco district, made to Judge Robert W. Dlng-hnof Louisville, who led the successful effort to organize tho 58,000 growers of. tho Hurley district, v Col. Passonneau said it is now up to the business mon and the farmers ot tho dark district, and that tho farmers, in whoso interest the campaign will be made, will be expected to do the lion's shaio of tho work of tho organization. Col. Passonneau returned from a trip over part ot the district Saturday night. Ho commended tho newspaper men for their lntorest In and aid He said: to the movement. "On March 11, there was published a supplement of tho Courier JourSapl-ro- 's nal which Included Mr. Aaron speech beforo a committee of tomon bacco growers and businoss different sections of tho from the dark tobacco' grosvors and business men from the different sections ot the dark tobacco district held at Louisville on March 4, and also a copy of die contract to be us'd by tho Dark Tobacco Growers' Cooperative Association. In addition, a groat many of the local papers within tho dark tobacco aioa havo published shows the contract. Thispart of an excel.the newsspirit on the lent one for which tho paper men. and persons Interested in tho marketing .movoment nro paittcularly grateful. "The decision inado by Judge In Bingham to use his influenco launching n movement for tho forassomation of a cooperative selling for tho growers of dark ciation was prompted first, by his deas n public spirltod citizen of sire could to im. the state to do all ho growers of tho conditions of prove tho State tobacco and tho business of urn' second, becauso of a generally camo largo number of requests which and influential farmors to him from Kentucky business mon lu Western In, paid Capital Stock - 40,000.00 In cash .'. 25,000.00 Surplus fond Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid... 2,105.95 Deposits subject to check $193,297.01 Time Deposits 185,635.80 378.932.81 Due Banks and TruEt 1,197.07 Companies 20.00 Unpaid Dividends Other Liabilities not under any ol above heads, bondj bor25,000,00 rowed Total V & H72.255.33 ) ty State of Kentucky) ot Ohio We, ) -- Jlow Firestone, Has Reduced , the Cost of Tire Service Si ze 30 x. 3 Fabric " 30 x 3H 30 x 3 Cord 4 32 x ?! X Rowan Holbrook and C. Vice President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do sol- omnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. O. HUNTER. Cashier. ROWAN HOLBRQOK, Vice Pres., Subscribed and sworn to before me this 20th day of March 1922. " MARGARET MARKS. Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb. 25th, 1926. Correct Attest: C. O. HUNTER, ROWAN HOLBROOK, W. H. PARKS. Directors. -- Jan. 1921 Prices Jam. 1922 Prices $ Reduction 47 48 51 & .:-- 33 x 4H 33 x 5 " $18.75 22.50 35.75 56.55 67.00 81.50 9.85 11.65 17.50 32.40 42.85 52.15 V &s 43 36 36 -- . i .V HOW ' SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES ,ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGE PLANTS BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS ' . I . wner." verhead 3. Selling costs reduced Mr. Firestone stated, ''This reduction in prices is made possible by our unusually advantageous buying facilities, and the enthusiasm, loyalty and determination of our stockholding organization. 100 "Due credit must be given to Firestone dealers who arc selling Firestone tires on a smaller margin of profit. This brings every Firestone saving direct to the car the cost of building quality tiref has been brought down to tho lowest in history was explained 6y H. S. Firestone, President of the Company, to the stockholders at the annual meeting on December 15,. 1921. 1. All inventories and commitments at or below the market. 2. Increased manufacturing efficiency and. volume production reduced factory f - 58. 38. 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