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XXXIV AMUNDSEN TO FLY OVER WORLD'S ROOF Subscription $1.50 per Ya& NUMBER 40 HARTFORD, vOHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, men with him when ho sets out for Nomo to drift to Spltzborgen, with food sufllclcnt for seven years. of tho Ico nnd dangerous currents In tho North Polar basin, tho explorer believes the only Investigation posslblo. thero will bo from the nlr. will Besides" Omdel, Amundsen take with him nnother pilot, Odd Dalit, also a Norwegian, who will havo charge oj tho Avro. d Capt. Oscar Whistling will tho Mnudo and G. Olonkln will Dr. II. U.'Svre-dru- p bo chief engineer. will be tho scientist nttached to the expedition. De-cau- so com-mnn- FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922. twa-thir- HOPE OF AVERTING Miner the tobacco pledged would greatly TOBACCO GROWERS G. 0. P. LEADERS HOLD exceed the minimum, HOLD 3 MEETINGS the dark tobacco growers would that STRIKE ABANDONED proHeart Says Nothing but ceptance of All Demands Will Satisfy. Ac- I'ddytlllc, Franklin Hear. bably sign up as solidly ns had. the and Grromlllc growers in the Durley Association, whero over 80 per cent of all the toMarketing MEET IN LOUISVILLE All-Met- al s fc Plane Tested At 48 Below Zero To Be Used. Plans Discussed. Eddyvllle, Kentucky, March 27th: Mr. L. E. Foster. ar ' As fascNew York, March 28. inating ns a tnlo by Jules Vorno was the plan for aerial exploration of the "roof of tho world" sketched today dis1iy Captain Konald Amundsen, coverer of the South Pole. Arriving from Norway, ho plung-.e- d Into tho work of organizing the expedition which sails June 1, from Senttlo to drift across the North Polo an expedition which Amundsen revolutionize polar exploration and provide n short cut to vnltt-abl- o scientific knowledge. Tho vision of tho expedition will not be confined Jo a few miles on Ither sldo of the ship but from the It will bo nblo to tako In nt a glance objects 200 miles nway. It will talk by radio four times a day with Washington and when It returns lij three or flvo years, It will know what the- - civilized world has been doing. Chart of Million .Miles. "With tho aid of aviation, It will be nblo to chart 1,000,000 square miles, sketching tho currents of tho air as well dh those of tho sea. For centuries scientists have currents of tho North Pole have been responsible for climatic phenomena In other parts of tho world and Amundsen hopes to accomplish with his nlrplnncs In five years what would tako 40 years, millions of dollars and many lives If only a ship and dog sleds were employed It Is on his two alrplnnes that 4uundsen pins his chief hopes and It was n ono of them that he-- focused Ills attention today. He hastened to a conference with John M. Larden, a governor of Uio Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America. Then that tho came tho announcement larger of tho two planes would bo the Larsen monoplane which, Dacember 29 flying over Mlneola, L. I., In zero weather, established the world's record for continuous flying hours, ninoteon minof twenty-si- x seconds. utes and thirty-fiv- e Larsen Donates Gri-u-t Plane. The plane, Amundsen explained, was being supplied by Mr. Larson at his own expense and tho contribution which the airplane manufacturer would make to the expedition would ropresent about $40,000. Amundsen Is confident that tho tho eyes of his vessel monoplane Maude will be able to do its work well, permitting great sallies to olth-e- r sldo of tho vessel and sending warnings of Ice fields and dangerous ed nll-'met- al - MRS. IVA ROHINSON Mrs. Iva Robinson of the Pond Itun country, died In a Loulsvlllo Hospital Thursday of, last week of heart failure, following en operation for Tho remains were appendicitis. brought homo for burial which, took placo at Pond Run, aftsr funeral sorvlces conducted by her pastor Rev. R. n." Fuqua at the Pond Run naptlst Church In tho pretence of an unusunl gathering of friends and relatives. Mrs. Robinson was In her 43rd year, a christian lady of splendid type, much- - loved and respected by her largo circle of friends and acquaintances. She is survived by her husband L. J. Robinson nnd one daughter, a small child. BEN DUVALL AND TWO SONS ARE ARRESTED Delinquency Aid Charge And Search Wurrmlt Unearth "Shine" Making Plant. Den Duvall and Bonj, Clifton and Gilbert, rtstdlng on tho James Stog-nfann, near the Rough River locks, wero arrested by Deputy Sheriffs Georgo P. Jones and Mack Cook Tuesday, upon a warrant tssued by County Judge Wedding, charging them with contributing to the delinquency of Ola Lee Gorman, under tho The affidavit was ago of 18 years made by the girl's father, J. It. Gorman. At the same time Gorman alwhich so made an affidavit upon warrant was Issued for Clifton nrrest, on tho charge- of selling whiskey, which warrant was also executed at the samo time. Jones and Cook wore also armed with a search warrant and their Investigations unearthed a still of some 20 gallons capacity, together with about 70 gallons of mash In process of curing for the manufacture of "shine." The outfit was In an untenanted house on tho farm, upon which tho Duvalls reside and have rented. Tho officers destroyed the er Du-val- l's - March 29. Casting Now York aside as n "remote possibility" tho prospect of settling their differences In time to avert the general strike set for three days hence, members 6f the on wago anthracite contract negotiations today girded themselves for a long, hard Struggle over the miners' nineteen demands. "Nothing but a miracle the Immediate acceptance of each and every one of our demands- can avert the strlkenow," said Thomas Kennedy, district president, of 'the United Mine Workers. circumstances ."Under it is probable that the suspension will go Into effect 'April 1, according "to tho miners' programme," said S. D. Warrlner, vice president of the coal nnd Navigation Company. Although sanguine of tho ultimate! ....... u success oi me nugouuwuus nun I. progress, tho six other members of tho nnthraclte subcommittee, composed of union chiefs and operators were convinced that the mines would be evacuated Saturday. With discussion of the miners' demand for" a 20 per cent Increase, scheduled to besln today, after two weks devoted to general surveys of economic and labor conditions In tho mines of Pennsylvania, union chiefs and mlno operators began to drift Into tho city to be at tho scene of developments. Phllirp Murray, vice president of the United Mine Workers of America scouts tho" report that importation of pott coalwlll lessen British-mine- d the danger of a bituminous coal shortage and thereby hurt the cause of tho miners In tho forthcoming tho-preseLc-lil- ch Secretary Honkins- - ... ..! Chamber of Commerce, address ed a large audience of tobacco growers and business men hero today, giving In detail an explanation 6f tho plan of organizing tho dark tobacco growers into a Cooperative Selling Association. Mr. Foster showed the fallacies of thei present marketing system and explained that so long as grower competed against grower nnd tobacco competed against tobacco, a circum stance which always results when farmers dump their crops Instead qf merchandise them, nothing but de and depressed moralized markets prices could be expected. Ho explained further that the auction method did not permit the expert grading of tobacco, that under the present at stem, the farmer cannot create new markets, that he has no control over mar.ket supply. That In short, ho has nothing to say re garding the prices placed upon his crops. What we need, said Mr Foster, is under a plan of pure . coperatlon which the farmers will sell thejr tobacco collectively and thus maintain a decent. prlco from year to year. That Is the only method, according to Mr. Foster, which will permit a stabilized, market nnd a prosperous predicted that the success of the movement would be assured and that tho dark tobacco growers of Western Kentucky and Tennessee would, within a short time, enjoy the feamp prosperity as was vby the cooperative farmers of California where four farmers out of five made money every year, At Franklin Franklin, Kentucky, March 27th: Moio than four hundred Simpson County tobacco growers gathered at the Court House today to hear Mr. R. E. Cooper of Hopklnsvllle explain the plan for organizing the growers of Dark Tobacco Into a Cooperative Marketing Association, similar to the Burley organization which has proven successful In Central and Eastern Kentucky. Mr. Cooper stated why he was In He said favor of the organization. that he had gone to Louisville on March 4th to a meeting of the business men and prominent g'rowers of the dark tobacco district, expecting that he would probably be against the plan but that after hearing It explained he had become thoroughly convinced that the formation of the Association would mean so much to tho prosperity of the dark tobacco growers, that he had been thoroughly converted to the Idea that hfr should give all the Influence ho had in furthering the movement. Tho farmers of Simpson County who were present at the meeting, as well as tho business men, were greatly Impressed with what Mr. Cooper had to say and the general belief Is that Simpson County will be among the- first to go "over tho top." At Grecnvlllo 27 An Greenville, Ky., March audience of tobacco growers 'and business men which completely filled the Court House heard Joseph Passonneau. Organization Manager for tho Dark Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association, explain the plan of organizing the tobacco growers of Western Kentucky, hero today. Mr. Passonneau discussed the various parts of the contract, explaining that the Association was to bo made up only of tobacco growers and that its main object was to stabilize tho prices of tobacco from year to year at assure the farm3. figure that should ers a reasonable profit In the sale of their tobacco. Explaining the functions of tho organization committee, .vould be made up of Influential and public spirited citizens, headed by ludge Dingham of Louisville, and that their sole duty would be that of presenting tho plan to the-- growers of Western Kentucky, offering them in opportunity to pledge their tobacco to the Association, along tho same lines that was followed In the Durley district. He- told how tho duties of tho committee would, end upon tho first, of October when It Is hoped the necessary minimum of 0C 3 per cent He asserted that will bo obtained. 2-- agriculture. Mr. Foster bacco Is pledged. Ho explained that at the end of the campaign for signatures, the whole dark tobacco territory would districts, be divided Into.twenty-thre- o themselves and that the growers would elect their own directors, one from each district who would manage the affairs of tho Association. "This" said Mr. Passonneau, "Is to be strictly a farmer movemont, n business organization of farmers, controlled, by farmers. A man, to be director in tho Association, must bo a grower of tobacco and a member of the Association living in the district which ho will represent. And in the election of the directors, every member of the Association will havo one vote and one only, ' regardless of whether he grows one hundred acres , of tobacco or only one." According to Mr. 'Passonneau, farmers will be paid In full for the tobacco which Is sold each year, but they will receive only the loan value for tho surplus or carry over. This, he said, would cause them to reduce their acreage for the. following year, at a point where the actual production tl at year added to the carry over from tho year before, would be sufficient to meet the demands of tho trade, but ac the iame time, do away with a contlnu3d overproduction. Doing away with the. Individual bargain and controlling the surplus from year to year will, according to tobacco Mr. Passonneau, stabilize prices one year with another at a point which will give the farmer a decent profit and thereby insure prosperity to farmers of Western Kentucky. Contests Up For Settlement; Registration Law Discussed , Louisville Times. Republicans from all over Kentucky gathered at Republican State, headquarters In Republic the Building this afternoon to answer the call of Stajp Chairman R. W. Hunter-It was the largest gathering of the State organization since the 1920 n.eeting bsfore tho Presidential cam- - ralgn. Ostensibly the call was to hoar contests for tho chairmanship of several counties, but it is said that tho main: discussion was the now reglstratloa law, passed by tho recent Party leaders expressed much displeasure of this law but predicted that tho party organization, would-pro- ve superior to that of the Democrats in getting out a larger reg' , istration. Kentucky-Legislatur- , , """ T "Wo are not afraid of the British coal," he said. "It has been imported before without seriously affecting the mining Industry or the market in America. "Any attempt on the part of the United States Shipping Board to Import foreign coal probably woutd have tho sympathy of the public and strike. LEGISLATORS WOULD MAKE LAW RUN WILD Dangers of Reactionary Legislation Pointed Out By National Congressmen. "(Capital Washington, March 30 Attention Is drawn News Service). by national legislators to the results expressing forces of reactionary themselves in attempts to make laws not normally remedy conditions A bill touchable by legal enactment. to make attendance at church compulsory, offered la the Massachusetts legislature, Is pointed out as an. example. Tho bill met a deservEd fate and was promptly killed. South Carolina has a notorlety-seoklu- g legislator who has followed In the footsteps of his Kentucky brother In proposing a bill to forbid the teaching of what ho naively terms "the cult known as Darwinism." It will probably meet the same fnte as was glvon the Kentucky bill, which was lost. In Kansas there is some local excitement as to the right of a school board or a court of law to tell t a parent how long a dress put on her high school daughter! In Chovy Chase, a suburb of tho Nation's of Capital, citizens want District Columbia horses to wear muzzles to keep them from eating the hedges! law soThere is an nctive anti-blu- e ciety engaged In combating tho Intentions of men who believe "thou shalt not" laws provide real morality. All these-- things, It Is urgd In the Canltal. are examples of that reac tion from the liberties and relaxations of war times, which try to express themselves In too drnstli legal re strictions of American liberties. Eter nal vigilance, It Is noted, Is no less the price of liberty today thai berore tho Revolution, and only by a san,e and balanced Judgment and moderation can the fanaticism of tho blue law advocate be held In check. she-mus- sion of the available supply would be negligible. "Compared with the weekly production of tho American mines, and the weekly consumption by. American 'industries, all the coal that could be brought from England would not amount to a drop In the bucket." HURT TATUM thereby create sentiment against the strike. But the actual effect toward prevention of a shortage or exten- of. Dr. Gray Falconer, chairman the Fayette County Committee, appeared beforo the committee and asked that tho entire Fayette Tho rebe reorganized. quest was prompted, It was said, to strengthen the organization so it wilL be better able to face the registration, problem. ' Contests from Adair, Carroll, Laurel, Lincoln and Grayson were heard by the State Central Committee in executive session. The contest from. Lincoln developed that Stale Senator Joseph S. Haseldon and H. G. Anderson charged that R. L. Davison, the present chairman, was holding his office without having been properly-choseand also that Davison had not supported the Republican nominee at the last election. In the Adair County case Sam. Louis was contesting the party offica of Dr. L. C. Nell. In Carroll County H. B. Schuer znann and O. G. Kipping were both, claiming the chairmanship. The same situation was tho basis of the Laurel County contest. John Woodward and J. J. Taylor both; claim the chairmanship of that counCounty-Committee currents. -- The plane 'already has Wings In a --Z 6,000-iulI- o from Now York to tho Arctic Circle, nnd reported that tho plane handled as well as if It was being flown In tried Us temperature 48 degross mises. zero. Last year Mr. Larson made ROBERT round trip In the ship bo-ly- w outfit. It Is said that Den Duvall who Is near 57, bears tho name of being a good citizen, hard working and honest and that ho probably had nothing to do with the making and selling of whiskey, although he perhaps was awaro of its being done upon the pre- Besides tho monoplane Amundsen tvlll tako an Avro scout plane, a smaller Drltlsh ship, which will bo Tho .,ii- w uqi'ui ""'; xlnan to the Maude. I,) tuonoplauo, with a cabin for eleven It persons, will bo Is so equipped that It can carry largo atocks of fuel and provisions, and to ponIt can be adjusted skis, wheels or beIts aid, Amundsen toons. With lieves ho can chart a courso across tho top of the earth. Amundsen nnd Lieut. Oscar Omdel of tho Norwegian naval air force, who accompanied tho explorer, took up mono-.lauthe question of testing the Omdel, who will pilot tho ""ship, Is an expert mechanic. Amundsen had not decided tonight whether he would carry out his plan In of flying from Now York to Seattle Aeronautical exports have the piano. tried to convince him that such a trip would put an unnecessary strain on tho ship. Amundsen's radio plan at present airconsists of flashing reporta from mother ship, which Is plane to tho apparaequipped with transmitting 2,000 miles radius. The ship tus of ... win communicate with Alaska " -ftiul Nome will relay to tho powerfulu" " " 'station at at. messages Sea. St. Paul will send tho to "Washington. sister. Amundsen said be would take ten -o. Florida. whtl& tho groom Is tho son of Mr. and DAVIS DKA1) prosperous Mrs? T. II. Tatum, and Is a young farmer. Their homo Is In the Robert Davis, better known to a country. largo number of acquaintances by Bethel the namo of "Dock" died at his MRS. J. T. CASEIUER homo In Owensboro last Friday nt Ho noon, of tubercular trouble. Mrs. Jesse T. Casebler died sudhad been In ailing 'health for some denly at their home two miles north-oatfiho. of Hartford. Wednesday night Funeral sorvlces were conducted of heart failure. by tho Rev. Hartford from the chapel about 10:30 o'clock on at 2; 30 Sun- Mra. Casebler was well and hearty of Rose Hill Cemetery, 'retiring for tho night, but shortly day afternoon, whore burial of tho before she died, awoke her husuanu remains took placo. talk struggling and efforts-tThe- deceased Mr. Davis formerly by her County, near Beda, perhaps. He recognized the fact that resided In Ohio a serious, condition and Imand had many frlonds hero. Desldes she was in nearby two mediately dressed to go to the Is sttrvlvod his widow he Mr. est neighbor for assistance. daughters: Mrs. Marvin Balrd and on leaving thought Mrs. o Casebler and two sons, Mrs. John Darker she had hecomo and Chester. Thero Is ajso sur- Casebler hotter as return ho Dabo Dean and more quiet, but on his viving ono sister, Mrs. found llfo extinct. two brothors Joo and Gentry Davis. Mrs. Casebler was a daughter of WOMAN G. D. Smith now deceased, and Mrs. HOPK1NSV1LLE KILLS SELF IN FLORII)A Smith. Slio was near 35 years of Christian of the age, a member March 28. Church a good - woman and well be-- ! Hopklnsvlllo, Ky Mrs. W. R Thompson, 60 years old, liked bv a largo- circle of friends'. Be by committed suicide by shooting her- sides her husband she Is survived homo of her daughter, two small girls, nged 5 and 2 years. self at the Mrs. Arthur Wlnfree, at Daytona, Also by her mother, Mrs. Magnolia Melvln Fla., according to a telegram receiv- Smith, and three sisters: Mrs.Georgia ed hero today. Her body will bo Bartlett nnd Misses Ella and brought to Hopklnsvltle for burial. Smith and by Lconls and Stanley Mrs. Thompson who suffered a nerv- Smith, brothers. Funeral services wore conducted ous breakdown several months age--, from the home of Mr. W. F. Schnp-mlr- e went to Daytona for her health. yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock, her daughter, she Is survived by her husband', two brothers and a burial took place In Oakwood st o Tal-mng- Mr. Richard Tatum and Miss Dona Hurt were united in tho holy bonds parof matrimony, at tho Methodist sonage, Hartford. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, tho Rev. T. T. Frazler Tho brldo Is the daughofficiating. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Hurt, ' I Bo-Bid- es H. E. James and Robert Duvall of charges Grayson County presented against Yaman Watklns of that county, claiming that Watklns, as chairman, should be ousted and the entire county committee was In need of reorganization. memChesley H. Searcy, ber of the committee and Kentucky's representative on tho National Committee, was one of the busiest Republicans at the meeting. Ho was assisted by County Attorney Matt Chilton, member of tho State Committee, ' from the Fifth District, Members of the State Central Committee present wero: Mr. Hunter chairman, Providence? Mrs. John W. Langley, vice chairman, Plkesvlllo; Ltlbum Phelps, secretary. , Louisville; Chesley H. Searcy, mem- and national chairman,. ber. Louisville. J. F "Members from Ramey, Eddyvllle; Edward W. Cho-naLexington and T. L. Walker, Louisville, having the proxy of Maurice L. Galvln, of Covington. First District, Mr. Hazellp, Paducah; Secle; ond District, Virgil Y. Moore, Third District, Clay S. Curd. Greenville; Fourt District, J. N. Ash-cr- aft, having proxy of D. O. Burke. Bradfprdvllle; Fifth District, .Mr. Chilton, Louisville; Sixth Dlstrlc. Herman F Monroe, of Loulsvlllo, holding proxy of G. A. Seller of Covington; Seventh District. Ciarenco Miller, Irvine; Eighth District W. C. Hnnna, Shelbyvlllo; Tenth District, y UAPTIST REVIVAL OK MUCH SUCCESS Mlko Hughes of Shelbyvllle. holding-proxof Sam Collins of Whltesburg; . meetings In progress Eleventh District, Charles Flnloy, Tho serlos of at the Hartford Baptist Church since Williamsburg. March 13, were brought to a close KNIGHTS OF NIYTIIIAS last night. Excluding the meetings had been eleven held yesterday, thero Rough River Lodge No. 110, K. oC conversions, seventeen additions to by experlonco and bap- P. is to hold a convention of unusual the church tism, ten by letters, nnd religious in- interest on Its regular meeting date, , terest In the community quickened Tuesday. April 4th. L. W. Arnett'-representing the Board of Directors of1 '.w as a result of the meeting. pastor of the Beaver the Widows' and Orphans' home will Rev. Daves, on this Dam Church, did tho preaching and be a visitor of tho local lodgo proved him to bo a man occasion and In addition thereto the, his discourses of thought, system and thoroughly third rank is to be conferred. All mombors of the order are urgimbued with Interest In tho work in ed to bo present at this meeting. which be Is engaged. lo lo State-at-large, ult, Madt-sonvll- ty - V faiKjaw. JUW "lopi tiv IftA nil i DILL, -- . -- .. .... n n, .i. 14. f.l. Inter-eat- s I FOUR-POWER PACT CTEO Hccoutly group of buslnnaa men BY GOVERNOR and representatives of tanning PASSES THE SENATE JEa&rotries Would Be Driven IFxom State, Says .Executive. Mnrch 25. Gover-jom- r iMorx'w ;ypstenlay vetoed tlio -ntmpsou tnx bill nml the Nolson feHJ: ;pioliIMfing the parolo of long-anu- i. Ho also vetoed the prisoners. ailawi-Jbll- l jjermlttlng hanks to chargo tor aiaijRC3 which was defeated Ho did this njuXwr.mlled by mistake. appeared bsforo Uovornor Morrow and urged that. ho v to the measure, asserting that liutead of aiding the farmor It "lucroaBed his burden" and also that It would prevent new manufacturers entering tlio State. SOME PRACTICAL POINTERS ' 23 Democrats and 4 Republicans Vote Against Ratification. four-power Washington, March 25. The To romovo grease spots on suede Pacific irenty, the center of shoos put some pur a glycerin on a p!ecoof cloth and rulMintll the spot controversy over accomplishments of' disappear, tho Washington arms conference, was Linoleum makes an attractive floor ratified yesterday by tho sennt with -- ANDcovering when clean, but it has n no reservation except tho 'no alliance' very shnbby appearance when dirty, declaration proposed by tho foreign An excellent cleaning liquid may bo relations committee and accepted by made by taking equal pnrts of ollve- - President Harding. cn Tuajjcrtectly sifo. This should bo ap- The final vote of C7 to 27, repre T vMJtoltiG tho Thompson bill tho oil and vinegar. SnKxavT recited' tho hlatory of tho piled with a soft cloth. Not only Is senting a margin of four over tho , was recorded Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. oiTawtf.uuc Jaw, which , ho said, "In linoleum cleaned and polished but 'necessary cracking Is prevented. latter tho opponents of tho ratification tbts 3ton tlmo It has been In opera Celery will keep fresh for a week had made more thnn twenty unsuc-I- f Slsa. 'isra proven Its worth and hns In wrapping tiir an?rovnl In nil substantial fea-ir:- if you roll it upand store it In apaper, cessful attempts to qualify senate In a towel, dark lion by reservations or amendments jiractlcally every thoughtful place. Before using It, lay It in n distasteful to the administration. On the deciding roll call twelve I)emo- "Ak a result or Us provisions mnny basin of cold water for an hour. When keeping a plate of food hot crats voted for the treaty and only tcarxlarturlng jilnnls with Invcst- it, rrjs'ts-v;- t millions r dollars havo lo-- for a late comer, do not put it in four Republicans opposed oven, as this drle3 it up. Instead Dying hard, the Irreconcilable ele- -- VSa tho Commonwealth and have the A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comover a basin or saucepan of ment. which had opposed tho treaty jsr'raxaL.'iwnjriovmcnt to thousands of clt- - set it HmI 8,omIcll Tl,,ublc ,,,. SoV. plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. pay of these employes has hot water, and cover with a tin cov- on the ground that It establishes an Years Jwiis anil alliance between the United States. 'iiHffpfSl ihe general business of tho er. State news from correspondents in all parts of KenTheodoro Sanfonl 'ot Pcnmoro, Should moths get Into n piano, the Great Britain. Japan and Prance. L OTmnraatty. The location of these ing hnd jomnch trouMo for tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news I . means of destroying them Is to forced thirty-thre- e roll calls during v.nn vonpa nlll. nf ,. Vbi3So!ta has increased tho taxable best of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marmako up a mixture of turpentine. a four and a half hours' session set ble3 or fruU wlthout paln in lne prworty .of the Siatc and has relieket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most relianlgh'tB By uk. ves other .property of somo of thd benzollna and oil of lavender, nnd aside for final action on the resolu-- ! Btoninch nml restIfe squirt this into tho Instrument by tlon of ratification. They male their ,, ble authorities on these special subjects. Chamber,nIn.g Tnbiet8 Uo l3 n0.7 government." Dnaftaa of means of a scent spray or any small best showing on a proposed roserva-- 1 ablo to eat vegetables or fruit with - 'WmW Drive Away Industries. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with syringe. Use seven parts of benzo- - tlon to Invite outside "powers Into rout causing .pain or sleeplessness. If Btanlirotlnnof the provisions a daily newspaper that interests every member of . lino to one of turpentine, and add a Pacific "conferences' affecting their, , lmll:MtIo.. or C0Mtl. 'Jintnnfacturlns plant3 and few. drops of lavender. thirty-si- x Interests.-musterinvotes ipnHon g,V(J ,hM0 tnbIetg tr,B, Tne). the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you , rrxjr Biajwliils from local taxation he In oppo-. for the proposal to fifty-fiv- e want in addition to your local paper. npo cnrtn, , .,... innfipini loca-Stn- u 'aJi,"viU not only prevent tho MISS HOBINSOX IS sition. bsT Tiih'jr factories In Kentucky, If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to NOT Toil BONUS One Ileservntlon. SOME ODD EFFECTS Tbm; Trill ;o far toward driving from your remittance. OK SEA'S IMlKSSUItK The committee reservation was ac some of the great Before a Women's Republican Club cepted In the end by a vote of 90 to Order your subscription through IniimTjtvs 'located hero." recently Miss Alice M. Robertson, , falllng As everyone knows the waj:r fa: showed how under tho lone congresswoman, of Oklahoma,' .2 . twoJLttomptll t0 lnodUy V ihen THE REPUBLICAN, ,ninriHoa It ,iB. down in the sea Is under conslchra- pxassnf Jaw intangible properties declared her opposition to the soldier c,are3 that ,.the Unlted gtaUg ululer. blo j)ros3,lr0i due t0 the weBht.ot the wiife.Sj. 1S1C yielded $3SG,000 Hartford, Ky. uonus. aoiuiers uemanuing a oon- State last year produced us, she said, lacked the patriotism of stands that under the statement In layers above. The deeper, of course the preamble or under the terms of the greater the pressure. Scientific A mrtftiono r4'2ST'liD enalillng tho State to me cu-.,mC.,...o ntli iu.lb.... ,I tli TnA u ..i.u iaiv1t' no ' Mnlnratlnn ot the sea has shown tPMtv t1.ro I, she rax Tito on all property lu Ion. the Civil and the Spanl.h-Am-1,,- ,, ,n any defniae... tnat anhua, fe exIst3 thousantlg of Jon ftara j3 ro 4t cents. A 50 per cfcnt erfcan war, for "those veterans did A10lought0 debate was prohibited feet below the surface where the pres-ntteTwicE-A-WEE- K 3bis5iih on tills kind of property, ho' put a price on their patriotism." dur, ,he day.g sess(on under a . BUre ,g enormous. The crf atures rwin drive It back into Jtodbovs, Miss Robertson also criticized mem- -' , , n, o, ,.o. ,fc. Globe-Democr- at i,i -31onover, be added, only about bsrs of the League of Women Voters ty opponents raised a point of order culiarly adapted structurally Xo the tKHinfies. in tho State will receive for drawing tho sex line in politics. Mir iloplnrntlmi nrnnm. pnnrlttlnna n wnirh IVipv llv0. Tho amy liwaatfit from local taxes on in- - Go Into your party and clean It up," in rnrrntvl tn tlia. treaty but not a pan of bony tranlework 0( thelr bodie9 ,s panynB the Is found . .S3H35Ra3c properties which she said, adding that. "like former ,t and la,d the bas,g for contInulng slronR thelr fIesh ,8 dense and the ;nlin exclusively In larger cities. Published on each Monday President Roosevelt, she considered the,P assault toward whe the su,)pIe. preHMre wIth,n ls the sanie as that TStifr 'Governor said that the local the Republican party the "least bad." and Thursday, and read by 11(J,Ual freatJ. deflnlng the 8Cope 0, wltholIt, Just as t)le pressure inside ria ja iMored agricultural products 1 aa,u l"c "umcu BUUU,U so Ul ''-lih- e four-pow- er pact comes up for the bodies of land animals Is nicely over 230,000 families, each Thompson bill, Itics as they would a pile of dirty Xftv&i&rii 'for In the consIder3ti0n. It is the: hope of the balanced against that of the atmos- issue contains: V;ciJ2 nihl nnany thousands of , ,t . UlCUCa IU U(J nUJHCU. nJmlnli,t.nttnn lo.1-- o .lUtll W1U ilMJl" JlflVltJ UIIS31UV n nn.n. Im n l ..n. l. n. 15 ...!. In UlllUAIUIUili; ICUUKIO) UUIIIllliaU.tiilUil Xha tax "burden of farmers who Accurate Associated l'icis News Reports. I plcmental treaty may be ratified and pounds to tho square Inch, UnvTsSZirlr tobacco stored in the ware- EXERCISE FOR G1RUS. condensed from all ocr tlio world. ar- portions to the four-powbody of n land animal would The that all lioaiE xS ithe Parmer's Special Correspondent 'a Xews, corcriui; 'rangement cleared off tho senate cal- - collapse If It were Immersed in the "Tho girl who plays games has 3Taxiing Association." , tho Central West. sea far below the surface where th ?750,-Off- e more moral, mental and physical en- I endar before tomorrow night. 5Ti also allowed that the Latest Grain anil Live Stock Market pressure Is several times as great as 3?i3acaim In Stato revenues un- durance than those who do not," j Thruout the day's voting a bloc Questions. fifty-thre- e Republicans stood solid- - that for which It was built. Tho IThonrpson bill would hurt savs tho N.itlnn'n HonlMi urlilph mlvn. of ited Bai' fitato and National Faim Bureau Ncto, deep- all and pressure Inside the body of aSainst rbf lomnon schools, University and en ton ffimnln nnrUrlnnUnn In nrnoH-- l' amendments exceDt reservations ance" sea animal would produce a s, Department of Acawers to Farm equally the no elghtosn-fortleth- s of cally all sports but boxing and foot-- ! K&saaJ schools, conducted by authorities. The disastrous results if the animal were of the committee. 'IK fl3auis out of tho common school ball. "There are many mothers who RebIIcan irreconcilables Sen- - brought quickly toward the surface. '6raa. Kvhich would have to be made believe their daughters are construct-'fou- r Splcadid Woman's '- -"' ' lu,18 '"" " "' -vriTpym lncrcnso in the local school ed of a different protoplasm from Page, with reci?cr tT pressure. All animals brought tsxtat. Bo that, ho said, "when this their sons," It goes on, "and limit land, Johnson, of California ..and . ternal . , , ,. , :nd patterns. , , innawase Is taken into consideration Gripping .coatluucL mf tttltaro tt lioli oMa tt tlia iltfimftAf i tn n t rrvl ti n ilfltiNatio rt ilann ii'ilaro ' bTorics. , There is no reason why In Otis' iny judgment that In tho long die. ..iwho voted consistently for qualify- - are killed .1 this reduction of pros-gamrajjBsis hill would add to the tax of speed and skill girls should '. ......... ........ Edgar Guest's Pom. -- M- -...- eirjhoffarmer rather than take not be the equnl of boys, and makDr. Evana' Health been ablo to obtain live specl- rls. Republican, of Nebraska, ing allowance for difference In staCtuar Cftem." Talks. species for study. ported several and Senator Ladd, Re- ments of deep-se- a luicojicluslon tho Governor pointed ture, they should be as strong." Constructive publican, North Dakota, voted for Pressure sometimes plays strange L'ditoria!. Hut i&at although Stato taxes would wjth deep-se- a one. I pranks fish. If in 6am Jordan, H. IT. $750,000 annually local Br rTiSnced On Democratic Side. sportive play or in pursuit of prey tShcpard ami A. W .fcasRa would bo Increased, $1,500,000 Of tho Democratic side there was they injudiciously rise to too high n Macy philosophy. bill," thus the"Thompson less unanimity ot action. The 23 level they are unable to descend he- Bicser and Ding on the people of this Stato an Cartoons. Democrats who finally voted against cause the expansion of tho gases 'otuSTtatial tax burden of approxl-xrtnWvoted together on most 'side their bodies reduces their specl-ro- ll Globe-Democr- at, $800,000 with no substantial calls in favor of amendments and tic gravity to such an extent that The Hartford Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k "firiufC: to tho mass of taxpayers of reservations, but a group of eight or their muscles are powerless to force both one year, for $1.85. Send all orders to JJlMUS&IC." thoy literally ten stood with their party leader, them down. Thus The Republican, Hartford, Ky. Senator Underwood of Alabama, In "fall up." As they rise tho pressuro Tte Thompson tax bill was opposition to most of the proposed within nnd without becomes more tho Houot Itepresentatives changes. In the 36 to 55 voto "on and more nut of equilibrium and at excess of that Inside the bottles would m or house, fflt'Fiebrnary 1, by W. G. Wheoler, but Tommy's cunning the outside powers" reservation how-- j length they arp killed by tho stretch-eve- r, have burst making tho loss a total .fdM&Tttun of the committee on reve-aw.- (, had drawn tho robber's porjuxil laxation in tho Houso of Senator Underwood's follqwlng lng and breaking of tissues of vital one Including bottles as well as trait with the narrowed eyes and . It was admitted, roacheiLJts minimum strength, only! parts. wine. leering lips Just exactly as he saw rs A story Is told of a ship's crew Senators Williams of Mississippi and iuwTBr, that tho measure was tho .horn. Then, he ran luto the house. of Montana, joining him on tho lng in tropical waters at the tincpiIon of James II. Thompson The Rest Laxative. Just as the thlof dropped out of sight. side in opposition to the mas season. Among tho supplies j22carl)on County, Speaker, and that "My sedentary habits havo neces An hour later fath- 10 ' brought forth from the larder for tho sitated tho use ot an occasional laxa- or wero showing Tommy and his beproposal. 1sSLbI JjrJU tho chair on March the skotchbook "Is It proper to ask," said Sena- - holiday dinner were a number of tive. I havo tried many but found foro the Squire. tho battlo which result-ye- a Tho Squire recogtor Harrison, Democrat, Mississippi, bottles of champagne. As the wine nothing better than Chamberlain's nized it 'm f ho 1)111 passing tho lower body, at once ns Jhe picture of a "whether this ls tho original reser- - was warm and they had no Ice they Tablets' writes George P. Danlols, 35" in 2, ll about Iho village. Tho vatlon agreed to by tho foreign rola-- ) decided to lower the bottles and Hardwlck, Vt. Mr. Danlols Is pro- man was that SpoaTicr 'niompson claimed urrestwl and ho confessed. tlons committee and changed at the their contents deep into tho sea where prietor of tho Hardwlck Inn. ono of 'fl T1H Ti'as drawn by him aftor flvej Mr. Gainsborough thought tho matrequest of tho president?" they knew the water to be tho model hotels ot New England, ;ywsrsoI study on tho subject and that m ter over. Then ho bought his son "It Is," promptly replied Senator Accordingly tho liquor, suspended by JC wif really a true classification tax a large new sketch book. r. fl 2liat it would help tho A ROY'S ART. IteT Johnson before tho presiding officer a strong wire, was let down far " ,jt tho discussion by a belatoiftat- - !low tho surface. When the meal had A pain Ih tho sldo or back that, progressed to the beverage stage tho too with his gavel. rj3ie Speaker also romalned In the Someone was stoallng tho big . catches you when you straighten up Penn's spells quality. poara on tho treo that grow calls Aftor a short colloquy the debate bottles wore drawn up. They wero during tho period in which for a rubbing application ot Why? was shut off by the vice president, delightfully cool but on being1 open-b- cloae to the garden wall of tho houso Rallard'fj Uwin nas being clo'uited there and Snow Liniment. It relaxes opposition senators said tho point ed wore found to contain, Itutead- - of whoro tho boy, Thomaa Gainsborough tho Because wis paBBcd by a voto of 21 to contracted muscles and permits would bo renewed In tomorrow's dls- - the original sparkling vintage only ono day to becomo u great artist, liv- ordinary bodily 3.5 on March 7. Perm's is pacKed air-iiimotion without sufof blttor, nauseating soa wator. Every- ed, i cusslon of the supplemental treaty. "5Tie Sonato jnado a numbor fering or lnconvoulenoe. in the patented Prlco 30c, one of "courso was keenly disappoint uuo morning Tommy took his iOc and J1.20 per jTHJUsamunts to tho measure, Incrcas-Ib- e by new container the Ilerblne cures constipation and re- ed. The offlcors nt once deduced the j sketch book and sllppsd out luto tho Ohio County Drug bottlo. Sold m a. nito on farm lauds to 35 the Co. quality is sealed in. i garden establishes regular bowel movements. scientific cause of tho exchango tho to draw. Ho didn't Ket a eS .and leaving tho rate for town m Prlco GOc. Sold by Ohio County It was then too lute to do any good'ehnuco to do much of tho sketching So Penn's is always fresh Tots vjiU Improvements at 30 cents HOME HREW RECIPE Drug Company. m so tar as providing com wino ior mo lis loved, becauso his father frown This was said to an entirely new idea for jfwr Srawimrposes. B. G. Cox, 8305 Cherry wood Avo., Christmas' dinner was concerned. The ed upon It. Ho feared that Tommy pubmlts chewing tobacco. Usjui errtK aoid an effort was made tho following homo brow ro- n MOODY MULE INSTITUTE dense salt wator, they reasoned cor- would not spond enough tlmo on bis cipo: Have you ever really ."Iweorrect in tho Houso by a OFFERS FHEK INSTRUCTION rectly, had filtered thru the porous rschool studies. fllrectlng tho Clerk to chango chewed fresh tobacco? Chase a bullfrog 3 miles and gathA3 Tommy sat In cork stoppers, gradually forcing out a:ire 'Ilgnres whon the bill was tho summer er up the hop's. To Buy Penn's the next time-Tr- y ths add the folInstructions free of chargo In a and displacing wine. Ob- houso, he chanced to glance up just lowing: This was found, however, Ton gallons of bed bug poiit. Notice the fine conSpecial Summer Vacation Courso, Ju viously tho loss might have been In tlmo to see a head appear dbovo son, 1 tfo fac:niegal and tho measure as quart of axlo groaeo, 1 bar of dition. ly 5 to August G, Is offered by the averted if tho bottles had been tho wall, right next to the pear tree. uaTrled this difference In the nomomado tsoap. Boll mixture 3C And after that, use fresh J ed Rlblo Iustltuto ot Chicago In with some Impervious substance Tho man looked furtively about, thijn tfor tu on real estate. "ours, then, strain throuch an I. V. chewing tobacco Penn's. response to scores of appeals, for the t beforo they wore lowered Into tho sea. sprang up to tho top of tho wall 'Allno the bill passed tho Sonato on aud W. sock to. keep It from working and benefit ot pastors, and It they had been let down too far, began to fill hla pockets with the nuu 1 grnssnonner teachers, Marth "X, rerrd tho Houso concurred to Aneh nlnt to MtvWu-txirtChristian workors who desire more , however, the pressure of tho water yb1hiC4rZ ,0,a ISearnwiUwcnU on March 8, It was I g,vo,t tha Wck.Now Castle Courier,- wLl a oound thorough grounding In the contents outside might have been so much In yotjenrolled until March 11, and was canio from the sum. (Newcastle, Ind.) J!ian!ott,3ly., I J two-thlrds- I ac-th- i I -- 3t Dlblo nnd tho most practical wny of using thorn against modern attack. A number of distinguished special Instructors will supplement members of the Institute's regular teaching force for this course. Tho subjects of study will Include Dlblo Synthesis nnd Analysis, tho Uoctrlnc of tho Holy Spirit, lllbllcnl Criticism, Construction of Sermons nnd tho Art of Preaching, Kvange- Sundny School Methods nnd Management, Teacher training, Public Speaking, Evangelistic . Playing and. Singing, Church History, tho History and Sclenco of Missions Phofor netics and special Instruction women n.long tho lino of Domestic Economy and Manual Arts. The students enrolled will havo opportunity to participate under experienced leadership In rescuo mis sion work, street preaching, factory and shop meetings, boys' and girls' club work, and work among foreign ers. Tuition for all special students Is free, except for private music lessons. 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L'sstU (St Mjtri Tobacn Ct, H 'J v' y" Chesterfield 20 (or 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tins of 50 - 45c of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blendti CIGARETTES M .bfrtrt j -- f tlio earth at a rate that seemed terri- ed our steeds, turned our heads from or onio county "nuxcii" ble to som; of tiB. Wo rode for per- civilization and faced the .wild and haps an hour. To those who Were wooly mountains, which we had come used to such, it eeemed as nothing to Eastern. Kentucky to se. Chapter 11. Wo rode for several hours with11ns nnyono scanned tho coltfmns uncommon, but to soma of us It was for the express laa enterprise or more It was out meeting with anything more than of the ncnuhllcan an occasional mountaineer and as purposo of finding another account doubtful. In a tunnel hundreds of feet under the day wore on it seemed nothing tho Ohio County bunch In Van nf Lear? 1 am- - going to pretend some ground, without space to oven stand was going to happen after all. About up to ones full height, and tho horrid one o'clock we stopped at a little cab ono has. nml say "Thank you." Probably that someone Ib wonder- - thought that at any moment you In and with a tale about having ridIng Just why nothing more thrilling might be crushed to a mere grease den since daybreak In the service of than the trip over here has never spot, is anything but a pleasant sen- - the Red Cross, we begged a delicious ' happened. It Is impossible to give a j satloi. However, as we advanced lunch of eggs and buttermilk. After spending about, an hour at decent account of It in a space less more to the center of the earth wa volumes became less horrified, and at the end this place we started on. We were Hrrtall than the twenty-nin- e condwtsed, it of the Journey we engaged In a great Just beginning to realize our route of an encyclopedia, civil war using worm dust for bul- - was quite short after all yes the scarcely anything. would mean to make that Iets;'at the end of which we had only overseer had fudged on us. He had I studied for hours purposely given us a short route that ..-- ..! fniiv one fcellnc a very black one. ...i ...... n i iuiij ucii ii inn ti tiiiii nun uo a 1 will merely After the treaty was signed, we we might get back farly. Then we down the Jot utartcd be Incidents as they come to my mind wero shown the cutting machine In got to thinking how we would We then Tetlred a short teased if we went back even at all so nn.i 1 trust von will be interested if operation. ...... - .. . 'not thrilled over some of our excit- - distance while the blasting was be- - alter riding some more in suence we Ing adventures. You know this Is lng done after which we returned to halted and formed the decision, and like, we'DD1Mr,c Just a llttlo hard to wrlto as It will behold the ruins. If was indeed not to make It more business CC ljp- ,.i nn nniv hv Ohio Countlans onlv excitinc but Instructive and shook hands on the proposition that rKIWE. Ur i. away irom WILD ELEPHANT HUNT but by tho residents of Van Lear al- - very Interesting also. The overseer we would spend tne nigni in his efforts to ex- - Van Lear or die. please each side of was never-tirin- g so, and It has to ' Plain everything In detail. Of course When this was once settled and all 25. The Mysore. India. March course. x a lot of it wasreek to some of us, thought of going home forsaken; the wild elephant hunt witnessed here by First I shall mention our school When we came to tho Prince of Wales was one of the year, It la generally always adven- - but even the most Ignorant was able rest was easy. grasp a part of It. the cross roads we tooW the ono most picturesque and' exciting of the lurous but 1 doubt if any moro so to FROM Van Lear and rode on for numerous events arranged for his Tired and hungry we were again Wo certainly than here. to an a little way when we came to a Ioye-an- d entertainment while on his tour of have enjoyed tho year a great deal loaded in the cars and started teaching In thf. mountains underground sub station to eat our jy nttle mountain cabin surrounded India. He saw only the final stage of found supper. On the way to the station by clinging rambler roses that seeih- - It, but that was the most exciting to bo moro than we expected. month of our resl- - the power went off and It looked for ed almpst ready to burst Into bloom. part of the hunt. For the first ., tnnk our meals at the a while as If we were going to be An old stone walk led up to the house i,r Mounted on an elephant and ac- spenu tne mK.u ""- - and a nuge roc clsler.. tho companled oy the Maharajah, Hotel a short distance away, after compelled to crystal some thirty corner of tho yard and-It-s ,Prlnce waa an interested spectator this first month wo decided to do our ground.. However, after on again watera proved somewhat refresOTng.l when twentJ..elgnt wlld inhabitants own housekeeping and cooking. So minutes of waiting it camo wo advanced. to the two ttred"Red Cross" work-.- f th(j jungle wer(J rounded up an(1 we had tho School Board to purchase and nay 'driven Into an inclosuro to be fet- our cooking utensils and. dining fur- - : After eating our supper anu start- - Crs. always as Mountain kindness gravy, lng n good chnt afterwards, we nlturc and began to make tm1 on gravy ever ed for the open air and reached the prevailed and wo were quickly asked wo have lived by the captured ",nce for breakfast, dinner and sup- - mine opening nbout 8:30 and In a to spend the night and the.Invitation sjstem. tne usu WJJ WM all the same. It has been torrent of rain. Wo finally arrived 'WGre as quickly accepted. Our horses, -u- ntry. ,' frnp'oLiblo unsaddled and fed and we our- to keep on hands a suf- - home and in the friendly face of Mr we "saw ourselves as selves sat down to a most delicious flcient amount of ffread with which Looking Class ' supper We ware served lko Prln-- , sop gravy. At first we would others saw us.". to to follow a particular Pl We set to work with soap and cesses, it seeming ns if tho two gooc , J forget to order our weeks Supply of food and irwould take four Old Dutch Cleanser and after five 0,rt people were afraid they wou. d scrubbing the last, ot be kind enough to us In the, of ua to carry up our groceries for days of constant driven. Into an inclosure al)Qut 400 wo- - u days, yet, we've gained a lot traces of coal DiacK vanisneu aim our evening nnor supper, ns threo yards in diameter. appearance of nrst began peep out, wo tup iinit'iMTAKS ARE HEALTHY.' faces took on tho sorry effect- - lasted ' mirsplvos on tothe broad stone seated There, surrounded by a ten-fosteps,, . .,.. wlilo.1i i., - -- j.vw... -- .. tun- - noniiwi nninna , ... u oegan io kcl cuju Wlien But tho 'and while tho dear old lady smoked trench, the animals can be kept Insup- - longer than any flvo days. 'verted our only sleeping room Fires are lighted on the wonderful trip shall hor brier pipe wo thought of the ter- definitely. plied with a fireplace Into a dressing memory of the probably to the rible wrath that would decenil upon outside to prevent thcun from crossroom and formed sleeping rooms In last-- forever due accumu- - us on the morrow when wo must face ing tho trench. Finally, the herd Is tho other two. This arrangement fact that so much coal dust only brain, the manager and overseer and beg driven into a small Inclosuro, throw No. 3 and 4 In a somewhat lated on the thrilling thing probably forgiveness for having kept their forty feet wide, where they are The most "absent" room from the remaining wo However, our stay In, horses overnight. four, and so for several nights after that has occurred since Tho wholo operation, from the time spoil" the setting wlth-sucwero "absent" irom their rooms Van Ltnr, includes only two members could not they No. a terrible thought, so wo proceeded the herd is first sighted and tracked of our bunch. and we slept threo to a bed, however, Kentucky, who waa to gossip with tho old woman about until It Is finally Impounded In the that Boon wore off and no one has 6, from Central I kheddah, takes several weeks, not Introduced in tha other Chapter, innumerable immaterial things. thought of bolng afraid since. 'inc. who nera oi iwemy-eigthis, hour wo wero After "meditation" Since- the water of tho Dig Sandy and the writer of four to Join family prayer and .eluded bulls and cows and tusk-w.eYou see wo have been picked on became too cold to afford swimming bragging and pre-l- scarcely before tho last traces of day calves. The leader was a heavy and the tennis court to alrlsh for play- - tho entire year, for gone we wero nestled all snugjer who gave fierce resistance to cap-i- n a short wo ha,vo been engaged solely In tending to be .so bravo, so thrilling trip, but notjture. Two of the animals had been big, downy feather-bea rlde3 and we t'mo ago we planned a bikes, and horse-bac- k before, and wero still mountains alone. We started to sleep No, far from that. Twas . In captivity found this indeed so much pleasure to the Saturday morn-Sever- al tumble and roll, roll and tumble un-- 1 wearing parts of tho shackles they wo scarcely .missed the snow and Ice. about ten o'clock ono Theso also ad-- j bore when they escaped. sleepy-eyetimes wo have taken the lng .wearing borrowed riding habits til dawn, then two considerable trouble, When the belonging- to the venturesses, stiff and soro from yes-'gaschool In a body to places of extreme and riding the horses mounted their steeds captives had been .securely bound, Interest and Importance and spent camp manager and the mine rest terday's ride, and started! homeward through a hea- - they wero led out and picketed in the We had been telling the half holidays roaming seer. lOrCe bunch for almost a week that w mmintnln shower. among rocks and cliffs, Innumerable of tho Van Lear was perhaps only nbout and: viewing some we were going to ride over the moun-o- f mountain streams COUNTYS LAST tain? all day and at night we were a thirty minutes rldo away but natures miraculous froaks. .TOLL GATE IS" UOOSIED February the first, No. 4 and going to beg shelter In some moun-C- 's to tho drenching shower- it took us About Of course they Jeered at somewhat longer to cover tho dls- Lexington friends arrived;, dur- - tain cabin Newport, Ky., March 25. Formal stay a very Interesting trip us and began calling us "The Four tancec Wo rode fast and we rode lng their by Horsomen", "Jesse and Frank" and slow, wo rode together and we rodo transfer of tho Alexandria and the was planned through tho mines apart, but no position or gait .was Orand Avenuo Turnpikes will be the mining overseer. We started In numerous other names which later satisfying for a great burden rested jmado early ncott week at Frankfort, were not at "all of about you will' find about dusk, a company and will mark tho elimination of toll upon our shoulders. persons loaded down with proprlafe. About seven o'clock wo reached the gates In Campbell County. A ovenlng before wo started wo The huge baskots of sandwiches, cake, polish-thin- g. homo, which Is next door gatlon will go to Frankfort and re-t- o homemade candy pickles and evory- - collected our Junk together, o $60,000 from the State road ours. We had every word pro- - ed our shoes and leggtns till they took There woro flvo cars The ned to say, in fact, we had drilled fund in recognition of having raised a shout and a on a mirrorlike smoothness. vlded for us and with mount- - ourselves from tho time wo started, a like amount in Campbell County for boom we wero off. Back, back Into next morning we dressed and TAX LKAR ARVKNTURKS J J -- ..... as ho peeped out tho back kitchen door told us our offenso was probably not so bad after all. He laughed and we laughed, and then we felt better. Dut to our wo found that, even afttr tho others told them we had said we wero going to stay all night they wcro quite uneasy nbout us and tho cops had suggested a search party. Of course that made us feel more badly than ever and only half our burden was lifted for the manager was tol overseer bo .Interviewed yet. The though, was a great encouragement and probably If It had not been for him we would never have-- been ablo to carry it out. 'He told us the best along plan was to take a barrel-stav- e with us and tell him to "go to It." And Indeed wo would not have been surprised if either of them had administered punishment In that manner. After having found ono so generous we were far less nfratd to meet the. other. So, after having gone to Church, we made our way toward the manager's home. As we passed through town every eye waa turned our way and we knew not with what comment. Dut such brave hearts as ours could not be daunted so we held our heads high and stopped at the parlor for a refreshing drink to steady our nerves. As we approached tho managers home something like dizziness crept over us and almost stopped, but there as before we were met smile and we bewith a forty-poun- d gan to sec It was not to be so bnd after all. What happened or what was said while wc were there neither of us ever remembered. Only that we had nothing to worry nbout. That wo were ahead of the others and wo had something over them all and best of all that he, the manager, said he admire our nerve. Ohl oh! was anybody ever so happy? If we held our heads high as we went we 'held them higher as we returned and met the Cop and enjoyed a hearty laugh with him. That Is all, nothing remains to be told only that we have developed Just a tiny bit of cgnctlt. . School will close here April 14 and wo are ajl anxiously awaiting the departing hour. But though we are Hesirous for the end to come we will rneti It with more or less regret, for the pleasure we have had tljlr year can never be forgotten: "YoV may break, you may shatter The, vase If you will, but the scent of the roses 4 i Hangs 'round there still." , : j m our-hearts Children Cry for Fletcher's; Xbo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has?K5taw in uso for over over 30 years, has home the signatures ;& and has been made under hisrpsx-tyy-jfa- s. tonai supervision since its infancy.. Allow no one to rinr.ilv trwr All Counterfeits, Imitations and " arcr 3ea Experiments that trifle with and endanger the nsaltH. r Infants and Children Experience against Expercacnti- - lxxvscvxvcJvscsNccsei!C Jtist-as-good ' . Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoricv Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It vta&ssue-neithe- r Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic subsUmac 3J& age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years ifr 2acr been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, TPlituHsxe&r-WinColic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishneia arisaag: therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowel.xaCst the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural cliesgw. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR 13 GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWM33 sf (-suZeJC I Us& In For Over 30 Years BEBX The Kind You Have Always Bought THI CENTAUR COMPANV, NEW VORK CITV. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answers The Courier -- Journal ' Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper . ntfWAi WALJ prestige and reputatfom. KISs Enjoys a nation-wid- e newspaper, intent upon giving: ii3E!e essentially a matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at WashihgtGiraoi Frankfort. Member of the Associated Eress;- With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922,. The- Ccxz-cfl is the daily newspaper you will needL ier-Journ- re ig al (... By special arrangements we aro now able-- to " offer " I THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND J"ta J "' - THE REPUBLICAN Both ono yenr, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals ns well as now subscriptions, SteJfi only to peoplo living lnKentucky, Tennessae or Indiana. may. if desired, start 'at a latter date, and renewals mS3 dato from expiration ot present ones. If you prefer nn ovenlng newspaper, you may subatitnto- Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to tho olflco of I W V JXSwS elXtre ot e 7e -- -- - t fet-ter- h Tho-surpriz- EAGLE"MIKADO"- - Pencil Nk.m ui - ro For Sale at your Dealer ng Made In Hv ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BANtt EAGLE MIKADO !; .ti I d, EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK the purchase) and improvement of tho CLARA RAMON IS PICXCRCRaXSKSUR roads. ; d' ve over-enjoya- GEHMANB AUK RAPIDLY QUITTING WEST TOLAND Warsaw, March 25. The German population is rapidly evacuating Western Poland, new census figures show. Poznanla, formerly In "Qer- Gorman mon Poland" with a pro-wpopulation of 678,000, has now only ar 351-.000- Ruling that the motion pfctnnti&u-turln- g Clara Smith Hamou TJtlRI ed Jake L. Hamon, her? mrrigT over a year ago, Is an afrknairaouwust public morals, Judge Weltir, aCXaa-toOkla., Clara Hainan's Heamter home, Issued a permanent fmjjiattBaasa. against its exhibition theco:. n, vo . Pomeranla'a former 420,-00- 0 REMOUNTlNff YlUHS. r's population is reduced to 200,000. A report by tho Capper farm re search bureau shows that the majority of farmers buy low priced tires. plan-jcolv- When remounting- - a rim tie -ttighten one lug to tUo ruUecS ent but tighten each Iutr a VtOiftdC-- , a tlino until all are snugly fa. wr g.. V from n pressure tank, Into which water will be pumped from the city's bo mains. Two locohiotlvcs' will parked near by to furnish steam for Weekly by Published A pARTFORl) rillNTING COMPANY heating the cars and the water. portion of n freight warehousojvill bo Incorporated transformed lhto n clubhouse, with shower baths, a barber shop, laundry W. S. TINSLEY, Editor agency and the like. Tho sanitation and Business Manager. will bo cared for on a comparable scale. Entered according to law at tho More than 30,000 visitors are exTostofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall pected In New Orleans for the connatter of the second class. clave, which Is more than can bo cared for by the hotels of tho Crescent to City. Address all communications IThe Hartford Republican. OHIO COUNTY AT WESTERN NORMAL NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent campus, facing On the north-we- st ' 'to a new address must give the old Yanmeter Hall, is a young tree that iddress in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c will soon grow to be as big as tho ler line, and 8c per liJe for each ad- - county and the school it represents. lltionai insertion. This .tree was planted last week by Obituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards pi Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for the Ohio County students at the ach head lino and slgnautre, money Western Normal. The Ohio County til advance. organization was one of 'tho first orChurch Notices for services free, ganizations in the school to phint a Hot other advertisements, lc per tree, after Professor Cherry announcword. Anonymous communications will ed that he had secured a number of receive no attention. young trees which ho would give to any Individual or any organization that desired to plant a tree. TELEPHONE TJThe Hartford Republican ERIN ARMY SPLIT FORECASTS WAR Dnll Orders Freo Slalo Hccmitiiif; To CciiscAn Battle Looms To Settle Fate Dublin, March 28. As a counter move to tho threat of Richard Mulca-hthe Dall Elrcann Minister of Finance, that all persons who attended Sunday's convention under the auspices of a section of the Irish Republican army would be suspended frdm the army, the Executive Council elected by convention has Issued to all units of the army an order denying the Minister of Defense and his chief of staff any control of the ar my. y, Ford Cars Ford Trucks Farmers Mutual ITUDAY Tho Ohio County Juniors gave a Stunt, entitled "The Operator" at the MARCH 31 Literary Society last Friday after noon, that received much praise and S9 applause. The cast was as follows: He only who much riches stored in Doctors Messrs. James Barnes, D. liis cellar may lose by the hands of D. Moseley and M. J. Kelley. burglars. We have no Nursds Misses Southard, Rten-fro"basement stocked in Capcrtonlan Kelley, Park, and Burnette. style and are therefore unafraid Tho Girl Miss Igleheart. -when it comes to being burglarized. Her Mother Miss Leach. Miss Funk Miss Skinner. Ireland's few centuries of turmoil Office girl Miss Norma Ross. rule, in and rebellion at BritishPatients Messrs. Brown and may in time, be length of duration, , and Miss Novla Ross. and broken by lnternr.1 bickerings near rebellion in gettins along with Miss Alenne Leach was hostess at each other. If they could manage formal luncheon at Cabel Hall on would-b- e to exile a few of their Jeaders to some .distant clime peace last Monday. The table was pretand tranquility would soon be abroad tily arranged with Easter decorations and favors. The guests were as folFiremen from all the stations in Jn the Irish Free State. lows: Misses Carrie Southard, He-lo- a Belfast were busy throughout the Louise Nickols, Margery Settle night combatting this new terror of There Is no better time to start and Carrie Park. cleaning up than right now, noctural incendiarism, and although fires were continually breaking out rid of all filth and refuse early FERTILIZER. they were able to save a considerable hi the season sickness may be preamount of property. vented later, In fact, it is safe to say Will have a car of fertilizer about that illness will be prevented by a Get your Seeds, Fertilizer and general and thorough cleaning up of April 15th, consisting of 16 per cent town. Only such stock as ab- acid phosphate.Bone meal, and to- Farming Implements, from the D. L. D..SANDEFUR, solutely necessary should be kept in bacco grower. Come to the car and St'. Phone us for prices. 36t9 Beaver Dam, Ky., and near town. Hogs especially save money. W. E. ELLis & BRO. eboultl not be suffered to remain in BANK CLERK CONFESSES the corporate limits. Nothing is FATHERS' DAY SERVICE TO THEFT OF V1I5,000 more certain to breed disease and Talse a stench than a pen of hogs. Next Sunday will be "Fathers'Day" Chicago, March 2S. James M. .Let's get busy and clean our premises and do it now! There is no reason at the Methodist Church. Reserve Moons. 32 years old, a clerk in the "why we should not be as clean as the seats for all "Fathers." Every fath Harris Trust and Savings bank, conbrightest spot in the whole country. er is invited to attend in honor of his fessed" today, according to bank ofAll others are in- ficials that he had used between $15,-)0- 0 child or children. City Govern- vited to attend In honor of their and $65,000 of the bank's funds. Of the merits of this ment Dill vetoed by Governor Morrow Father. The following committees He said sickness in his family led him we know but little if anything, but have been appointed and their ser- at first to take small sums and that afterward he used larger amounts from the amount of howling done by vices in the following places will appreciated: in betting on races in an effort to Democrats of Louisville we are willAttendance Committee J. B. Wil- win enough to repay what he had ing to wager that it was expected to taken. be of material and official advantage son, J. B. Tappan, L. S. Iglehart. Flower Committee Miss Lorene to a lot of Louisville's unterrifled and to the Westerfield, Miss Beatrice Bean, and SCION OF NOTED MARSHALL especially disadvantageous FAMILY SUCCUMBS present office holders within the city, Miss Dorcas Lyons. Music Committee W. J. Bean, It is who happen to be Republicans. Maysvllle, Ky., March 29. Hum agreed to by all, that several elect Misses Annie Rhea Carson and Amephrey Marshall, 71 years old, dropped lia Barnett. ed and'scores who have been appointUshers for the service Messrs. dead at his home here today. He ed would have lo3t their positions was for some years editor of the Maunder the bill passed by the late and Mack Foglo and Blanton Ellis. We will have a "Mothers' Day" son County Journal, published here Legislature. It certainunlamented ly would have been an easy matter Service some Sunday soon and we years ago, and was a member of the and it seems that It would have been wonder which will havo Uio largest amous Kentucky Marshall family. He crowd, Mothers or Fathers? Let all was a namesake of one of his nnccs- an equitable procedure to have operative at fathers come next Sunday morning tors, He leaves a widow and daugh- the law making It set a high mark for the mothers ter. ..i the end of the term, of the present ad andrEpe'l OH heir day. Every one Is -- Mto "'"ministration. But .had that been HOLLY SISTERS IN AMERICA thrown the welcome. You will enjoy tho prodone it would not have Ttepubllcans out of office, and thereby-g- gram. Muy we expect you? The famous English T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. iven the Demociats a chance to known as the Dolly sisteru, are in of the places, all of land at least half LADIES AID theatriNew York for a which the Louisville voters by their For their trouble cal engagement. Re- "choice last fall entrusted to the Tho Ladies Aid Society of the local they will receive $25,000 out of Ampuollcans by an, overwhelming vote. M. E. Church, will meet with, Mrs. erican pockets. beWe would like to knotf who it is H. Parks at her home. on Clay partisan Walter Monday afternoon, next. An lieves that the unusually Few people ever get ahead, ever Street .Legislature would havo passed this Easter programme Is to be rendered become financially Independent, un"bill had the Democrats been in a pleasant and profitable meeting less they save patiently, persistently Their and power in Louisville? and with a system. is assured. acts, wherever partisan advantage -was in question gives answer to the HfWMWWMiw fimTMnfiiiimnifniiM'H'T"mmjfniTtM ijuecry without question. Sllgo-Leltrlm ing ed twin-actresse- s, five-wee---com--plete The order declares that Mulcahy and his chief of staff havo pursued a policy calculated to subvert tho republic, and that the council, by virtue of the powers vested in It, Is taking the present action. The council further orders that all those serving In the paid army, which is intended as the nucleus of tho Froe Stnte army, and In tho civic guard, which is the nucleus of the future police force, must return forthwith to their respective Irish Republican army units and that recruiting for these bodies must cease. This is looked on in Dublin as marking the final break In the army and it is believed the future depends largely on which side has the effective majority of soldiers. Trains Raided; Torch Used Belfast, March 2S. Armed men raided a number of trains today on railway, removing the all goods coming from the Ulster area, and burning editions of northern newspapers which the trains were carrying. Several fires broke out in different parts of the city early this morning. A bombxvvas thrown into a crowd watching the burning of a factory, and three persons were wound-ed. You can buy a Ford Car or Truck on our Time Payment Plan and pay as you ride 33 3 per cent, 40 per cent or 50 per cent cash, balance in monthly installments for six, eight, ten or twelve months. 1-- t If you will call on us we ) will explain to you the details and advantages of this plan. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. I when she fell off Dec s.ild his system wns just as. good and less costly, he simply stuck a plank up under tho old Plymouth Rock's br ach and (By Fluko McFluke.) commenced to work her up a bit and about the second time biddy said Thirty more days till fishing tlmo and getting away for a week from that unwelcome screech: Copy please STRAY STREAKS " she climbed from the limb or pole to tho end of said plank amy the matter of casing her down an(f taking her by the neck with one and by tho feet with the other wns simple and easy practice. "coo-coo- Doc Pirtle says he Is not particularly known as an early bird, but whatever he is he means to gather In a few early worms for -- A -. r If it keeps up this ofi rain much longer the gardening and fishing seasons'are going to come together, and if It does and they do, I'm telling the world I know of jpnf garden that's in for neglect. down-pou- Ii WT" ' imiii -- tai w Morris Barnett's been hauling off some of Joe Wilson's lot. It looked good and rich and A. M. thought as how ho would like to have some of the top spread on his garden, so Joe, wishing to do a bit of excavating, rea; dlly gave Barnett permission to go as far as lie liked. Somebody told us that Morris found out Joe wanted the earth moved and then he stopped 'cause Wilson .wouldn't "pay him We are not! so much per load. vouching for these statements, all woj know Is Barnett did not haul very ' much dirt a short time before he quit. Prof. Wilbur Rhoads Horace Pendleton were Dr and discussing ' U'X'iK'VmBBHBc. ''..i'-- 'IbV I H best method? and modes for noisefrom other) lessly taking chickens neonle's roosts tho other day. Rhoads said his favorlto practice was to place a bit of chloroform on a rag tied to a pole and slip It under Miss chicken's nose and then catch her H ","- - T" Q :'& A J. J. RAILROAD TO CARE FOR PATRONS Zfroo "T" . aj0Ve js a copy 0f the check received by Mr. Farris after he had a total loss on check appeal to you in wp'yjftjaPJ a stock of merchandise and house furniture. Would rants, me live agents, xiarc- or write W . H. and M. lighting The Tars and the parking like circumstances? If so phone .apaco. , The water supply will conio foi'd, Ky. a"d fi1!l1?n;"af Q Several thousand visitors to New Orleans for the triennial grand conclave of Knights Templar April 24 -to 27 will bo housed by the Illinois Central System in a miniature city, jnade up of Pullman sleeping cars. Tho April number ot tho Illinois Central Magazine tells of the extensive preparations being made to care Tor the Seating, sanitation, lighting andctber'features of tho project InvolveB. Parking space ior 250 cars which u.uuu b. One of the Illinois Central bystem freight yards, located in the heart of downtown New Orleans, is being en larged by tho construction oi icm ' Doraryjracks. Tho municipal light , Jwwntts? a mw.r.-tm' ,m' 'Wv. tsZi? -- . , m$mmmmtt$m . 7.. s: '. IgwrV --- I ' BB" Tom, Dick and Harry FIT ALL FEET 7 L66530 ' r aM3nm l ";.'-- ' ' ''ds -- - ,. . JJJJJJJJJJJ -- .ivrj: 4 tfrftri rjfifariY!Mtfifo im&rmJ 23Q0kNJJOftSLv ........ OH C f (tl'7itftor((ri6'J - &Wfrm I f' "'"' , i 1 Lej Just three styles, "Tom, Dick and Harry" wide, semi-Engliand English lasts, all in the same leather and they fit all feet right. They're solid leather all the way through, made by the Edmonds Shoe Company, who specialize in just hese three shoes, and we're sh - I j,i&4 -& 7,,,f.u),t;jrfrrrjAfirfiJxy K. UG WJJIUi. w ir 'M-- .s . . - '. ,.i .- . C.prrfr,',.f- -, - YjZJWj'J':. ftSA . r ai"-i5.- t sure you'll agree that they are the biggest shoe values at the price, in the world. Price $7.00 e"" j. . J. " WK."I 'r Lsmmis&sSjij y!ry fifvtfi: ia rf- -j - j CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. t. f- LJ tw fe M U ML r Mr and Mrs. Oscar Bishop wro In Owensboro Saturday of last week. Mr. Joo Miller, who has been 111 of flu for several days, is (orprovltig. THE UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU Hopklnsvlllc, Ky., March 23, 1922. Mrs. B. B. Mclnteef, JPWWb55H '. U 1 i$ Secretary, 'Home Service, Mrs. Hartley Park and Mies Zola Tho American Red Cross, Hartford, o TInslcy of near town, went to On Kentucky., Monday, returning Tuisday, Dear Madam: You aro advised that our Contact Representative, Mr. County Attorney, Otto 'C. Martin, Mark Cunnlnghnm, will be In Hartwas In Owensboro and Fordsvllle ford, Wednesday April 5, 1922 for We Extend to You a Very Special InvitaTuesday and Wednesday, on business. tho purposeof Interviewing claimants tion to be Present at the Opening of the Bureau who aro not satisfied Mr. Marvin Parks and family have with the ratings given, who have nevof Our . moved Into their new homo, recently er filed claim for compensation, who purchased ot A. K. Anderson, on Clay wish to apply or appeal for vocationStreet. al training, etc. IMr. Cunningham , would appreciate using the offlco of Mrs. T. E. McQuary and children, the local Red Cross on this visit, as ' of Bells Run, were the guests ot Mr. your files and records on the men ' , : Beginning and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie, of this city, would bo of very great nluo to him In his work. If this Is convenient to Wednesday night. you, kindly advise this office, that he H may make his plans accordingly. Mr Tony Johnson Is able to bo It Is further requested that you obdown town again after being contain nil possible publicity for this fined to his, room for threo weeks visit, as It Is of vital Importance to and continuing to j with flu and pneumonia. the men that they moot Mr. Cunningham and discuss tho adjudication of Miss Artie May of Louisville, will their claims with him. Plcaso advise arrive In this city this afternoon, to the men to bring all the communicaspend a week with her sister, Mrs. tions they have received from the Bu A. D. Kirk and Mr. Kirk. reau with them. r'i3nklng you in advance for the Mrs. Charllo Smith, of near town, courtesy we aro sure you will extend accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. to Mr. Cunningham, and also to the Our big circular will reach you in due time. makes you want to go tripping forth in lace Albert Moscley, made a business trip disabled men of Ohio. County, we are, Read it carefully ; every item is worthy of your at. petticoats and flowered voile. It also wakes t Balzetown Friday of last week Yours very truly, tention. . Our entire line of Spring Fabrics 'will be you up to the fact that you're going to need GUY H. DORITY, a powerful lot of Spring Clothes. on display. We will do our utmost to make your Mrs. A. W. Mills left Tuesday for Manager U. S. Vete s' a visit with her daughter, rans' Bureau. spent in our store profitable and pleasant. Tell time and Mr. Mrs. Timer Westerflold Due to the fact that the Red Cross If you can sew, or can capture a dressmaker, your friends about it. Westerfield, on Routo 2, Hartford. Hdnie Service department has been you are in rare luck, because fabrics have closed, it has been arranged for Mr. never been so beautiful as they are this year, Mrs. J. I. Goodman, city, returned Cunningham to meet those Interestand --it's been many a long day since they've (We pubyesterday from Owensboro, where she ed at the Herald office. been so cheap. Many of them are entirely has spent two weeks the guest of her lish the foregoing upon request.) "REMEMBER, our salespeople are ready to serve Alnew this year. daughters, Mesdames Edward and yo.u, There is only one BOSS in our store, and that I will start my truck on or about len Dean. March 29th, from Hartford to Owis he customer. Your will is our pleasure. All we ask is that you come in and give us ensboro, hauling freight and passenMiss Violet Allen of tho Wash- gers, every day McCall Patterns carried in stock. an opportunity to help you select such artithat I can get suffispent a few ington neighborhood cles as you may need for Milady's wardrobe. cient business to pay. Dally round days last week and the first of this trip. I solicit the patronage of the week in Hartford, the guest of rela- public in general, especially the busitives and friends. ness firms of Hartford. Will give yon SEE US DURING THE SALE. i j. 40t2 quick delivery. Just received a shipment of fine ELLIS, Hartford. W E. : Shoes and Slippers., guaranteed all leather, at good prices. Made by MARRIAGE LICENSES Frledman'Sheluy. RECENTLY ISSUED M. "T. LIKENS, Hartford. W. E. Taylor, McHenry, to Mary O, T. Burns returned Mon- Main, McHenry. Mrs. Robert Kennedy, Wysox, to Ida day, from Hickman, where she had spont threo weeks at the bedside of Mae Grubu, Rockport. Bargle Hopper, Beaver Dam, to her parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Pet- very ill of Influ Alice Hughes, Beaver Dam. tie, who have been ' RichardTatum, Hartford Route 2, enza, tout are now better. Wr- - A- - M- - am,th ot McHenry, vns to Dona Hurt, McHenry. HortFnrd Republican TkIn Hartford'Tuesday. W. T. Hndnall, McHenry, to Mamie went to Mr. W. C. Blankonshlp Moore, McHenry. Louisville Wednesday to attend the MARCH 31 FRIDAY, Druggets, Hugs and Floor Oilcloth meeting of the Farm Bureau at tho Goeoel Taylor, Beaver Dam, to Ma- r at cut prices. M. T. LIICENS. accompa- pry Gentry, Beaver Dam. Watterson Hotel. He was nied by Mrs. Blankenshlp. They will BEAVER DAM. 1X)R SALE Four good work Worses, probably return tomorrow. n. L. DEVER, Sea ' Hartford, Ivy. The Gtiiaberg Tallprs' Basket Ball 40t2t Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrln left team of Louisville, and the Beavers EL PERBO 10 cents. iyesterdny for Owensboro and Hawcs- LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. evening, Mrs. Charlie Smith, County Alms vlllo, where they will spend several met in battle here Saturday resulting' In a score of 33 to 36 In At The Best Stands. House Kqper, was a caller at this of days, the guests of relatives. Mrs. favor of the home team. It was the fice while In town yesterday. M. L. Heavrln accompanied them to best game of the season. Owensboro, where she remained until Mr. Marshal Barnes, who Is at of Greenville, today. W. D Blackwell, PERSONAL NEWS tending school at Lexington, vislt-- d AND SOCIAL EVENTS District Game Warden, was In Hart his parents, here, Saturday and SunMrs. S. E. Bennett returned to her day. ford Wednesday and Thursday. homo In Deeatur, Ala., Wednesday, Mrs. R. M Tichenor is visiting rel Mrs. W. E. Ellis Is confined to her in Yeiiow Mr. J. "Leslie Hagerman of Louis "She came lrere to attend the funeral ative's at McHenry, this week. room with Illness. vllle, spent last week-en- d with his ot her brother, E. E. Tlnsley, which Mr. Victor Willis, of Louisville, is parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Hager took place "March Cth, remaining tho the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Each year since Yellowstone Park was opened to Go to M. T. LIKENS' for jour hard- man, guest of relatives in and near Harthere. automobile travel by the U. S. Government, more P. T. Willis. ness, at cut rate .prices. ford since that time. Mr. John H. Barnes is In Louis Buicks have made this difficult trip than any other Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pao wera ville this week, on business. car excepting Ford. Mrs. E. E. Blrkhead, city, was In guests of Mr. Pate's parent?, Mr and Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Williams. and Mrs. C. P. Austin made a business Owensboro Friday of last wjek. Mrs. J. W. J'ato, at Beaver Dam, last little dnughter, Mildred Elizabeth, trip to Louisville Monday. The figures for 1921, just announced, show 1871 were guests of Mrs. Williams' parSunday. ' Mr. Otis Likens, of Caneyville, atBuicks passed through the park during that season, Lu- Hall, at ents, Mr. and Mrs. FltKi: Pond Lily Bulbs, apply nt tended the basket ball game here Sat421 more than any other make. t this office, but lo jour owiTidigging. Sovcral from this city attended the zerno Sunday. Mrs. Williams and urday night. days' Loulsvllle-Bcavc- r Dam basket ball daughter remained for a several Hopklns-vlll' Mrs. Byron Barnes, of The Yellowstone Park tour calls for every ounce Mssdnmes J B Tappan and Leon gnmo, played at the latter place Sat- visit while Mr. "Williams returned the visited friends here recently. of car performance miles away from service or went to Owensboro last Satur- urday night. JRIshop same day. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pate, of Harti day, shopping. days at a time the car must never fail. And ford, wero guests of Mr. Pate's fathth& Ice Wagons tho Wo will start Mrs. Rowan Holbrook spent a few x is why each year an increasing number of Park tou er Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D Klrlt spent last days last week In Owensboro, the first day of April In Hartford, deliv rists depend.on Buick. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Martin were Monday, Wednesday and Saturvfcek-end In Louisville; the guests of guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hender- ering guests of Mrs. Martin's parents Sun " day of each week. After the weather son Murphree and Mr. Murphree. relatives. Buick cars measure up to Buick reputation. day. ' gets warmer will deliver daily, ex Mrs. J. E. Miller and daughter, of MOTQR Mrs. Ray Stevuns", of near town, cept on Sunday. Ice, 80c per hun- St. Louis, Mo., are visiting Mrs. MiCall TICHENOR-MILLEBUICK MOTOR COMPANY 40t2 Co,, for Taxi Service day, night or went to Sunnydalo yesterday to be dred. ller's brother, Mr. E. M. James, this ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford. any old time. the guest of her parents, Mr. and FLINT, MICHIGAN week. Mrs. J. R. Mldklff, until tomorrow. ATlffu Pnrrln MrTv Innnv nf Slm- Mr. Marshall Barnes, a student in mons, When Better Automobiles are Built Buick will Build HoiV .J. A. Leach and JIanip RenIs vlsifTng her brother, Carl, Mrs. Sarah Bennett jeturned to her the K. S. U. Lexington, camo down to this week. Them. der, of Tleaver Dam, were callers at homo In Owensboro, Monday after witness the basket ball game between this office Tuesday. Mr. Clyde Ralph, of Owensboro, spending several weekfl In Hartford his homo town, Beaver Dam, and Is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Shamrock brand Overalls, .complete ntsd. Ohio County, visiting relatives. Louisville, last Saturday night, nnd Mrs. J. C. Ralph, of this clfy. remained tho guut ot his parents. Jlne for men and boys, price xght. Mr. Tom Tatrnn of Hartford R. 2, Mr. David Bishop, a student In Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barnes for a was In town Monday, on business. DEVER BROS, Hartford. Dealers RusoellvUle.) (spent few days. Bethel College, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stevens, ' .Mr. J. B.Westcrfield of Fordsyille, last week-en- d with his parents, Mr. HARTFORD, KY. ot Render, are visiting their daughMrs, C. Y, Austin of Horton, has ter, I was Jhe guest of Mr. and Mrs, J, 0. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop, of this city. Mrs. R. J. Stevens. received word that her brother, A. C. JUley Tuesday night. Mr. Guy Rhoads, of Bowling Green, Ashford, who has been with tho Com- is Good work mule, FOR SALE spending the week with his mother, Mr. W. H. Pemborton of Route 3j pood condition, 8 years old and 16 pany G. 5th U. S. Inft., Audernach, in this city. QK rlnmn Germany for somo time, arrived In a weaker trade on heavy steers, sev aiaaa C Beavor Dam, was a welcome caller hands high. Sheep and Lambs Trade geHorat-l- y R. B. MARTIN, Hartford. Portland, Maine, U, S. A., March 21. Tuesday. Thrift Is absolutely necessary, to eral loads being included in tho day's at this office steady. Best fall lambs $13 down; Mrs. Austin states that It has been provide comforts for old ago, for tho receipts. Light volume of traffic In Mr. Victor Willis, a student in the ten years since her brother has been rainy day, for protection of family. the feeder and stocker division with seconds 1 6 9; the.best fat sheep $6 . Mrs. Stove Ellis, who has been se07; bucks $3 down. i demand rather limited. riously ill of Influenza, or tho past Colloge of Dentistry, Louisville, was in Ohio county. Best LOUISVILLE MARKETS I'rortnco tho guest of his. parents, Dr. and Mrs. Calves prices unchanged. two weeks, is slowly Improving. Buying prices net to shJppar, tka Mr. nnd Mrs. Lyman G Barrett reP. T. Willis at Beayer Dam, la&t week voals ?8 down; medium and common Cattle Market ruled quiet nnd light calves continue slow and hard to shipper paying freight and drajraga turned to their homo here WednesBefore purchasing your Monumen- end. charges are: day, from Louisville, where they had Inactive on most kinds. Supply was dispose of from tal work write C. W. RUNNER, BowEggs Candled 19c dozen. Hogs Market active with prlcss Miss Bernjce Bean returned to her been for several days with their lit- of light volume, but buyers wero slow ling Green, Ky. AgentB Wanted. Poultry Hens 20pJfr; large spring homo In Owensboro last Saturday, tle son, Lynn Culley, whom they took in taking hold of tho offerings. Light steady to 10c lower. Best hogs 1CD litInquiry for butcher stock of all kinds, to 250 lbs., $10.40; 250 lbs. up $10; chickens 17c Mrposters 10c fb.; Puro bred Buff Leghorn and Buff after spending two weeks vlsltlngTier to bo examined and treated. The tle fellow is getting along nicely and medium and Inferior grades, sold 120 to 165 jbs. $10.10; plgf 120 lbs. ducks 20c lb.; guineas $3.60 dozen. Rock eggs, 15 for $1.50. Heavy laying aunt, Mrs, Lena Austin, JJartford, Country Butter Pound M5c. Is well on the road to recovery. weaker. Indications-pointe- d toward down $8.75; throwouts $7,85 down; Strains. Mrs. UETTIB COWJ, OlotQi), Route 2, ens-bor- SPRING SALE! BIG SPRING SALE J hi ,?A 1! m SATURDAY i ) A $ f Saturday, April 15th. The First Breath of Spring Sub-Distri- two-week- 4? nnir: Carson (Si Co. Hartford, Kentucky. - V SMOKE More Facts You Should Know! Buick First Again Stone Park! el ' ' thit -- R ' ACTON BROTHERS 24, V fj- - - - wmmimm mWIWIlPllMl inlaw Uma- y- plportablo apparatus has been devised for testing gravel to determine suitability for concrete. Tho do- t Its jvlco conslsU of two steel balls ar- n (ranged so that a piece of gravel can Parls, March 25. The vj... ...... fin?.liinit no wnll'nn In lutus io 'JV no Italian seeress, Modamo Olga Maslbo pinccd on top of ono of tho balls . una o, lluenza. Somebho sees n ghost" rest Dart Sella, cousin of Benedict XV'nn(J tne othcr Daii ai0wed to fall .. throws stones. ' or 'sets tho leged. I. Tl,n nntltlnn. 'rillflirn nfflfPrH nnd nnd an expert graphologist, has Just from different heights and strike the t.l ill ..!. following study of Pope Bravol. The hclght of fa rcquIre(, The Hartfor(l Republican has made a special under drde? and command Blvcn out tho IMusXl's character as revcalul to her t0 brcak the Rravol ,8 an lm,IcatIon not of Colon 1 DcnhardC "beat Plaintiffs clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial ng. to withstand the of 8 8m,nbllity b( l0daywell on the head and bod with 'black- - by his Manawm .ho MHidr " .: The Handwriting oi uotn tno tic- - blows of traffic. Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one nrrPBfmlli .oflucated sees, n .mythical objection jacks;" Inflicted Injures, ana the present p0no is rc- n Heretofore there has been no and again kicked, beat nnd mis- year for the low price of bill, now to tho Towner-Sterlin- g i th'n markablo for showing a moral and in- test of gravol'fts thoro has .. , . which provide? ford treated thorn and threw them fntn , rtt fore Congress, been for stone, with the result that department of Education and a clier "bull pen' at Newport oiiinB "" .""'-- " rope, inrg? aim in somo instances moro costly mater, i,oi,i ..... .. "That nrlsnners." of Mio Cabinet, im-.- l whe Is a member lino, shows It Is alleged that tho soldiers dm ' ldo In character and morality; the ial has been used when n suitable all over the country little men of flit. dlsputably a superb gravel Was abnllable close at hand. have warrants, that tllfolalntlff. ' tic minds echo tho cry of "paterna-Jlsm- ." other, that of the deceased Pope, Along this lino tho bureau Is conductriot guilty of any. wrdhg-dolng were precise style ing veartests on concrete made of The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest bill requires nn,v fhnt their arrest and treatment i with Its firm traits, Its The Towner-Sterlin- g drmon- - many different materials to detcr- and- wrongfully corn-- It and Its angular character these three things in a state before was unlawful and best papers in the South and we hope to receive strates a willpower which dominates. m)ne jgt how far lt l8 gafc to g0 i,2 ,, can receive the "paternal" federal mltted. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Is when the minlltv of material are Frank Kelley, all other moral qualities. Mil: The plaintiffs aid to education provided In tin Hero are the portraits Of the two doubtfu, Nlemeyer, seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in school opportunity of' Harold Thomcr, Jacob 1. A puh-l, u. ....... William Grim and Henry Schroath pommem, not "less than 24 weeks. your subscription now. Don't delay. TKMI'OHAItY DRY AGENT 2. Compulsory attendance at some all of Newport, and William F. Jones sella. 1'IUS XI. KXTOKTEI), CHARGED at least of Covington, Ky. echopl, public or private, for Very superior morality and Intel- i m el f New York, March 25. Louis F. Surgeons ngree that in cises of llgenc, by nature and by principle, "between the age of 7 and 14. culture, prompt and- - lively aplr- Snow, of Bridgeport, Conn., a tern- 3. English as tho basic language of cuts burns, bruises and wounds, the Vast large ideas followed by porary general prohibition agent, wns education of any community, the betInstruction In all schools, public and first treatment is most important. It; clear and m 'MXtaw H logls and reflection; ardor and mod - noll, Wtnout ball for the federal ter off the community Is. The greatWhen ,an efficient antiseptic is imprivate, in the common branches. grand Jury today on charges of ex- est slnglo difference between Russia out In the op plied' profnptly, there is no danger of erate Imagination. The man who comes and the United States is that Russia Character excessively and rigldfy tortion. en ana saps tnose provisions us Infection and tho wound begins to .man or honest; discretion", tact, delacy; his Snow Is charged with telling L. is uneducated and the United States or vicious heal nt once. For use-- on wrong, or s public schools. beast, Borozone Is the Ideal antisep- respect for othej-- pushes hjs loyalty Glyckmian, a restaurant owner, whom has may have courage, If not sense. 113 'ie hadi arrestl for n liquor violation. sober fact, there tic and healing agent. Buy It now until It becomes a scruple and As a matter of a sacrifice; th.it ho "would forget" tho charge If Washington Post Another of our I Succeed when everything ehe falls. .are no real objections f to the bill, and bo ready for an emergency. bounty until lt becomes in nervoui prosttatloa ai:d female roubles Is that Just now tho law of want it! Tho Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by discernment between right and wrons- Glyckman would pay $100. vcaknesse even by those who don't they ore the (uprttnr gravity Is more impressive than the and capacity to realize his determim remedy, at itiousands have testified. only persons who don't want lt are Ohio County Drug Co. ' : gravity of law. natlon; simplicity and moderation, , house, SENATE BODIES FOR KIUNGY,LIVERAND t the people who have always fought all harmonized by a splendid equili GO TO MU.StM.E SHOALS STOMACH TROUBLE JlltS. ASQU1TH ON U. S. education, who see in education of (t is the best medicine ever told Capper's" Weekly When you boo j brlum. the masses the end of spiritual and over a tlruggur's counter. 25. More the spread between farm nnd commo- 4 Washington. His simplicity gives to nis actions a March Imnressioas of Mrs. TJargot As- thus civil tyranny. But the people States as a whole want qulth, of England, about America ' grander and more precise power and j than a score oi members of the Sen- - dity prices narrowing, as it now is doof the United nnd an ate Agriculture and the House Mill- - ing, you havo n good times sign that education, believe In education, de- and Americans. hurt our pride terri glves proof of a edticaton, know that education bly. "I was surprised to find such a Intelligence Intensely superior. His tary committees left tonight for an means something. mand be - inspection of the government's pow ds the one and only salvation for both situation over here,' she said. "You moderation reveals the accord and the nation. are not free in tho matter of what tween his impressions and his will, j er nn(1 njtrato projects at Muscle is Princeton Review Education the Individual Talk Is cheap. Action takes thought you do cigarette smoking for wo- - which is nelthar rigid nor inflexible. shoais and Gorgas. Ala. not learning; It Is excrclzo nnd dePending their return, It was an- velopment of tho powers of tits mind. men, for instance; and when you for, governed and supported by his and time. When the Towner-Sterlin- g 1)111 passes.lt will pass because enough Inter Intelligence, lt becomes active, supplJ nounced the investigation of the pri- There are two great methods by think how your prohibition IV 3l I lftiiaBTtaV I J ll mM newspapers, clergymen, educators, In- feres with your freedom, tills fact is and constant, full of energy, vate offers for the properties will be which this end may be accomplished; home. You overdo every- - ports effort and Indicates the flrm- suspended by the House committee. it may be done In the halls of learnFOR .PERSONAL HYGIENE fluential men and common, ordinary, Dissolved In water for douche ttopr vnnr nrnViiiiHinn is wnrsn ness of his character. Hs heart Is very-da-y citizens have printed, talk thimr ing, or in th conflict of life. ' pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- than no prohibition NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. at all." She! good, soft and generous. His ges- ed and written about their convlcmation.- Recommended by Lydia E. both to and at their respective Hke Americans, however, and says ture Is large, and benevolent. tlons Finlcham Med. Co. for ten year. energy, activity; this r, A healing MonJer for naial catarrh, lady maylegislators. that in spite of our faults we are Los Angeles Times--T- he lore throat and tore eye Economical. You who read this have a repre- - "sincere, friendly and progressive." sums up the character of the dead or of an Ohio town captured "a lady Ohio County rui ruraonuuijr duui( tnd ttnntcid.l id predominant, bootlegger who was. fined $1000 for Bcntative in Congress and the right to But we lack "repose." She advised i Pope. Will-powmil. TUP.lloaTe3rtpmp.nT.Bortco.MiM. against a separate woman's 'part?; for Jt Is strong, carn and yet mod-tam- her activities. When the women get address two senators. Three two-cewhich stimu-thes- e to hunting one another down the and your convictions sent to'she said .women In politics .shoufd erate. A distinction CIRCUIT COURT getitlemen''will aid Infringing choose one of the great parties and , lates him to act, not In contrary to mills of Justice are likely to work ov Meets first Monday In March, May your community, work with that party. 1o your schools, others out uetter man uum, ."". aad July; third Monday in September Ex ertime. your children the same federal aid ties in some respect the severe and and fourth Monday in November: E strong aspects of his character. which has helped your and other comGolden Transcript Lots of fellows Judge George SrWllson, Owsnsboro. : : t In roads, In agriculture, In munities Glover II. Cary, would get along better If their wives Com'ili. Attorney i BRYAN IS HISSED BY postal facilities, In reclamation, In Calhoun. didn't have such extravagant husCITY CLUB AUDIENCE bands. For Infants and Children mining methods, In forestry, in all , Clerk Frank Black. the hundred and one ways in which) p Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. Years Philadelphia, Pa., March 24. Hisuncio aam assists Americans to De Fronch Trustco Jury Fund L. B. TIctienor. "Rocky Mountain News Always ucuia ses greeted William Jennings Bry- letter, abler and more prosperous the COUNTY COURT modistes say skirts will be tighter fan, former Secretary of State, when citizens, Signature of ' Well, then, they will Convenes first Monday in ""each oi tne iuy this winter. he attended the luncheon i Po It now! have to build thinner ladies, that's month: --Hh Club this afternoon. Judge R. R. Wedding. . DEMPSEY SUED jJY scheduled to all. . Mr. Bryan who was County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. For shame, Indiana! THEATER OPERATOR make a flve mmute talk to the mem- . Clerk Guy Ranney. John Molllck, sixteen years old, or- Washington Post There Is much .1.n umu Imiteo- wttfinnt thft l..t. ..uu.i I TBL uers, leu uiu A Safe Old Fashioned1 ... . Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: encouragement for mere man in the Los' Angeles. Ca!,, March 23 speech being delivered 4.aA..i 1.1C i n n i n n n ct'ite. nrisiiii ."- Mack Cook, Iris Render, Georgo Remedy for Worms ... -- . u.c leri'U i.ll.... nnnc.i. hoSWruuroltrht hnlni.i Tne occasion ui .!. ...Iclt nt Ml- - report that woman Is determined to o "CU,1MC" .jw-b- ---HUnhlinn Cltv for life' P. Jones. Seventy .fiveyetri tampion of the worll, was sued for B pay tribute to T. Hen-JuS- e stand for equal rights. Any little was to Is ent ii tho belt tetti. Jailer-- Nat Hudson. femlnlnC'surrendcr along this line Alexander ry Walnut who was delivering an LoSg whoValparaihim drcu It 5100'000 her today-b- y momal PREY'S VERMIFUGE o appreciated." QUARTERLY COURT pantageS( proprIetor of a" chaln of(rss t0 tho members telling them will be gratefully can offer you. Sri 'onvones first Monday in each month. Keep bottle always on theaters, who. alleged the ,nslde story of why he was ousted vaudeville hand. It will help keep makes no difference what this i breach of contract for' stage appear- UnFISCAL COURT as Assistant United States - Houston Post Representative from office the little ones healthy ,' 4 crime may have been. It happens to Convenes Tuesday after first Monderbill, of Mass., says some of his . and happy, JJlStriCl Auornuy, !...- - i. oi.rrtiw ,n ,lPntli hfk fna. they think day in January; first Tuesday in c " ' 30cabome.tyourdnjfittt'tor " colleagues are so ignorant alleged that, Dempsey, af- icnr.l .tore; or il your dealer can.crlme, no mat- - 4t Pantages ,. But Easter Sunday is Billy Sunday's sis- April and October, II. R. Wedding cani.upplryou.iendhUn.ms WfoMfc,W...ill. fU Im MOTOR VEHICLE TAXES ICl l......fo nd 30c in l.rap. and we'll ter how horrible, which la committed Angeles, refused to continue his tour, Klpp"cr is a kind County Judge, presiding. ter, and that Yom end you a bottle promptly, Ly a legal, moral and mental Infant 1st DMrltt J. P. McCoy, Hartford. twenty of a herring. LAS. IHEY. Bilikari. ML which was to have been for, 9 Tne motor vehicle Industry paid be justifiably punished by tho life- weeks more, but left for the East and 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-tow1921 to the federal taxes-Ispecai man into which long expiation of the Cincinnati Enquirer Tho wfiy our In Boston appeared at a rival theai an(j stat0 governments amounting to that infant will grow? foreign neighbors seem to wish to 3rd DiArict Q. B. Brown, Simmons. ter. 5228,759,000. This Is no argument that John Molth District J. It. Murphy, Fords- put It Is "Do" America First. He asked $00,000 as tho profits he lllck shouldn't be Jailed, or that the vlllo. WILL said he would have received had RAILROAD PROFITS. doubtless moderate and humane laws Dompsey fulfilled his alleged contract AtchisonGlobe An Atchison doc- StlfDIstrlet Sam II. Holbrook, Hart- TAKE OUR' - ford, R. F. D. No. 4. or the sovereign and great state of which he do.-- 1 Tt,e railroads of the United States tor claims more people are visited to out. and $40,000 as publicity Indiana should not be carried Narrows, the champion's appearances at Jn jgoi nad a net operating Income of death when sick than dlo from ne- Oth District Mack Martin, But It Is an argument against what clared R. F. D .No. 2. Is an annual glect. would have produced. his theaters S615. 625.619. which seems to be a travesty of 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bea" rate of return on valuation of 3 3 " A Treatment "justice." If laws are well to serve U. S. DEMANDS ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. Hampton Chronicle It might be a per cont. tho body politic they must not only Sksz for WEAK. BOARD OF EDUCATION good Idea to pass the cost of tho old REPARATION MONKY "be just laws, but must be adminisSuperintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason, wars on to posterity so that posteriHUL-LES- S OAT IS LUNGS ot tered so that justice results. John Convenes First Monday in every BURBANKS LATEST ty can't finance any new- wars. Tho allied reparations commlssioh CONSUMPTION Jlollick may bo criminally insane if In charge of tho distribution of the month. Mrs. I. S. Mnson, S. S. O. C. bo, he could either be cured or not Secretary-Treasurer. Southern Lumberman A financial and money paid over by Germany was Luther Burbank, the 'plant wizard' cured, but doctors, not jurists, must Item says that many Wall street men R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relict tor lliat tired, by a demand re- - has introduced a now white, hul-lefeclinc, say. John Molllck. may bo morally somewhat startled coucbt, palna In chest, nlglit iwrati. hemor the farm. They R. F. D. No. C. Upld states for oat tnat threshes out like wheat and are now going back toproficient when thagei. wra!c lungt or contumptlon. If It doe' responsible for his act, hut he Is' only celved from the expenses W. R. Carson, VIco Chairman, Hart- sot help you It coats you notblni. of the Am-- j wejgnB an0ut 60 pounds to the bush-erlc- ought to be specially $241,000,000 for m Let tho reader of these a child. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. it comes to watering the stock. ar,my of occupation on tlie t ei instead of 45. Other new lock box oie-OHIO MEDICAL GO. lines who sees the Justice which Nat Llndley, Centortown, R. F. D. 1. COLUMBU O The total received for dls- - tlons include a Brazilian tomato-lik- e Christ taught, in making a man pay Boston Transcript Somo attention Otis Stovens, Beaver .Dam. tributlon by tho commission amoun I trult.sa SWeet corn surpassing pre-call his llfo for tho crime of a boy, to about 800,000,000 gold marks, vjous brands in sweetness, produc-an- b to foreign affairs Is a good thing for Claud Rerifrow, Dundee. ask himself whether he thinks ha Examinations. the disposition of 'it lud eenltiveness and early maturity; an or- - Americans who like to' know when should bo whipped today for the For Common School Diplonms on without con ango sunberry having tho flavor of they are well off at home. practlcally decided ho stole when a child? Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan-- J sldering the United States. France the huckleberry, and a Peruvian winDoubtless some wise nnd tolerant Minneapolis Star Well, the Ger- uary, and second Friday and Saturget 52 per cent and Great ter grass affording valuable forage governor of Indiana will see to It that was to ? man mark will soon bo able to tell day in May. To bo held In Fords- Britain 22 per cent. The Americau John Molllck gets a chance to ba reqliest was considered a subject "for for poultry, horses, sheep, cattle and us whether tho old place has changed Iville. Beaver Dam and Hartford. s goats. of a something else than a victim n For Teachers' Certificates Third much since Dante saw it. ourt procedure evidently moro In- dlplqmatlc.rsettlement. Friday and Saturday In May, Junp - ItECORD-BREAKINCOW terested In the letter than tho spirit Except notice is Kansas City Times There Is ono and September. Take Herblno for indigestion. ,It of tho law. Meanwhile, Indiana, and thing no stato can afford to skimp on. given to tho contrary tho latter exA Holsteln cow' bearing the iropres many another state, can look serious- relieves tho pain in a few minutes and ! That is education. Tho higher tho aminations will be held in Hartford. ly to their laws, courts and methods forces the fermented matter which slve name of Princess Aggie Polka- OTHER OFFICERS to see what mnnner of "justice" .Is causes the misery Into tho bowels, dot de KI1, owned by H. P. Fisher, of R. F Keown, Tnv Commissioner Fceltrtcht all tho time. Don't lay oft this which can wreak society's venge-nnc- o where lt is expelled. Price 60c. Sold shakopee, Minn., Is proclaimed as a Fordsvllle. m world - beater. She- - has Just finishby Ohio County Drug Co. from work for days by taking calomel upon children. I C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo Surveyor when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x keeps yo t ed a yearly test in the senior four- 4 Jtcpresentntlvc Ira Jones, White on your feet, while relieving your troub ., year - old class with a production of WOMEN ARE SEEKING le. Safer too, and easy to toko. Don't Run. CONGRESS SEATS, 31,600 pounds of milk and 1052 take anything else. You can't afford HARTFORD FOR FLETCHER'S ,' pounds of butted fat.- it. Eliminates poisons cleanses syw Judge J. D. Holbrook. Police tern and relieves constipation. A. natMrs. A. K. Gault mayor of St. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. Peter, Minn., widow of a railroad MACHINE, DEVISED TO TEST 4 in its effect and certain in results. If Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. try for, GRAVEL FOR road uuu.ui.no builder, announced she would SUE DBNHAHDT won't be long before Liv- - Vc-La- x win ROOKPORT completely displaco calomel In ever) IN NEWPORT IOW tho Democratic nomination for con- home. Children can tako it freely ttnj Robert L. Green, Judge. To aid the Bureau of Public Itoad, igress. Mrs. Winifred ai. Huck, with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guar Lee W.'Phorson, Marshall. Nownort. Ky.. March 25. Col. H. daughter of late Congressman W. E. United States Department of Agrlcul anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nork Edd Cooper, Chairman. Ken- - Mnson, aspires to the honor of be- - ture, in giving particular attention to eenuine without tho likeness and sigsarl TT. Denhardt, In command of the Blackburn, Clerk. ture of L. K. Grigsby. for BoiQ by W. II. from lilt- - the use or jocai material tor roau lucky National Quant troops on strike ing congressman-at-larg- e "" Stllll Mason, Treasurer. construction wherever possible, a slm- TOMMM, . ..duty In Newport, today was made denols, as a Republican. WASHINGTON COMMENT '"jjr fondant In six suits filed In tho Camp- bell Circuit Court, In wnicn aamagcs. aggregating iu,uuu aru uuin. Each plaintiff Is asking for $5,000 and false ar- damages. Mistreatment , SEERESS REVEALS t STUDIES OF POPE woll-know- A CASH OFFER t-- 1. ZlTllyJVS:?JLtr r::,,n. Tse-'th- I ";""'. In-n- ot $1.75 - .......- X- - ; ! iuiczric Bitters Every Woninn Wants I "Tpjf will-pow- er , sup-driv- L j I ' I Will-powe- DIRECTORY er ps -- nt J CASTOR y0 F0f0ver30 IA -- K s Mothers use i m&&k Yeriraruge contin-uoutu- &C Rejfe j... u, -- Far the Children. "";:-" T,, . .. T ler-moth- .. , m n. YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY s j- - $g$Bmmi& iSWSSva v-- N lo ss FOR.ONE MONTH ' I an e. crea-Rhln- -- d. -- ap-j)l- es USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. G -- dhildren Cry wmfn CASTOR' A l.m. T -- 4 FARM PRICES ABOVE i r!Kt.-WV- K I v y 'jc nnimity and commonors. Amerlcnn : ENDED AND iiiiii soldiers flguro largely In tho mnr-- l UNCIIIMimi nrriiiiiii rlngo transaction, and oven Fronch-- ) Plant Great J'rciinriiifC man find sultablo matches In Oer-- j ArrriiKd GAINED 10 LBS ninny. Widow nro very popular. ... T7..i it-.- .i. wiiu iiiutu buukiiiii wives, lur ineru or . nro many of theso who own furnished crnts wno a low monuis ago were homes for tho bachelors to move In. Jibing tho Republicans over "Itopub- Dyspepsia Has Also DisapIlcan prlcos" for farm products nro peared Since Taking Tan-la- c now singing very low. At this writ- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Is soiling at $1.35 to $1.40 ing wheat And He Feels Twenty Ohio Circuit Court. n bushel; corn, CG cents a bushel; Years Younger Declares oats, 42 cents a bushol; rye, fl.lu; W. II. Parka and II. T. Ilolbrook, Youngstown Citizen. Plaintiffs, liny $20 to $21! a ton; hogs 11 conto; vs. Notlco of Sale. ID conts and other fnrm fat lambs, products nmf live sotck In propor- Qoorgo Kirkwood and Edward Klrk- wood, defendants. "When I started taking Tanlac I tion. By vlrtuo of a Judgment and or wns run down and weighed only ono' Theso prlcc3 nro t.ot only high or by from CO to 100 por cent than der of Balo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, hundred nnd forty pounds. I now .six months ngo, but thoy are higher entered at tho March 1922 term, in balance- - the scales at exactly ono pounds and than thoy wore In tho fall nnd winter tho abovo styled action, directing me hundred and flfty-sl- x prop- feel twenty years younger," said G; of 1013 and tho spring of 1914. That ! to sell tho hereinafter described ....... .w w. i.i - mini. fnr (.miinnriami tie . crty for tho pumoso of paying tho W. Nichols) 522 Bennington Ave.j IU It'll la iinn cnuso tho only crop harvested and cost of the above stylod action and Youngstown, Ohio. settling tho "My stomach and kldneys'had been wold during peace times under the tho cost of this sale, and wns tho crop I partnership existing between thorn, I bothering mo for at least six years. Wilson outcry to I had no appetite and was losing Harvested In the fall of 1913. The will offer for sale at public crop Wns not harvested whfiijtho lilBUoat nnd best bidder at tho weight nnd strength right along. My 1914 ti.n Enronean war broke out and at court nouso uoor in iinruoru. ivy., back and shoulders hurt me a good being deal, too, nnd I had rheumatism In nn subsenucnt time during tho Wll on Monday April 3, 1922, (It tho first day of tho regular term of my arms and legs so bad I could son administration woro conditions tho Ohio County Court,) at about tho hardly drag myself along nt times. nnd prices normal. hour of 12:30 p. m., on a credit of "I thought old ago was getting the At tho prices tho farmer Is receiv- six and twolvo months, the following best of mo but I know this was n was ing today he is belter off than he property, viz: All my troubles 1 am conluring tho peak of prices In war described coal properties of the West mistake All the tliojiurchaslng power vinced came' from my somnch 'times .because Hartford Coal Company consisting of now that Tanlac has made It of his memy Is greater today than leapo covering tho coal underlying It wns then. In other words, wheat tho farm called tho Smith farm on as sound ns a dollar I am like a new at $1.35 today will buy moro of al- tho L. & N. railroad below Hartford, man In every way. Rheumatism has most any commodity than wheat at Ohio County Ky., together with all left me, my kidneys are In good or $2.20 during tho war. Farm Imple- mining equipment, coal cars, tracks, der and I am ablo to eat, slo:p and ments have been radically reduced rails, tipples, mules, mnchlnery and work better than. In years." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. In price. Kami wagons arc approach- all mining equipment nnd appurtenL. II. Bean and by all leading drugbasis. ing the pre-wances now located and situate on said gists everywhere. Adv. This years' crop will "be produced farm. any at a less cost to the farmer than to TJio purchaser will bo required THE JLUUUAGE PROBLEM crop raised slnco 1912-- 1 J. That the ,)0nds ,mmCQ,ateiy after sale ovl- farmer himself believes this is bear- -' installments, ., Clerk Since I married, air, I find denced by tho fact that ho Is propar-- lng Interest at the ralo ot 6 per cent my salary Is not large enough. acreage ot lng to put n tremendous per annum from date until paid. Said that Cynical Employer The usual dis YOar. onrnnls this linn ils to have the force and effect of covery, my young friend. And It Moreover, farmers aro spending a a Judgment. A Hen will bo retained! money and paying high prices on tho property so'ld to further se- never will bo again. Boston Translot, of cript. In order to restock tholr farms which cure tho payment of said bonds. makes livestock In great demand at Given under my hand this tho 16th "John, I believe tho now girl has HpUndld prices, buring tho crisis day of March, 1922. stolen the whisk brook. I left It on year and tho year before of Inst B. II. ELLIS, dining room table last night." thousands of farmers sacrificed their Master Commissioner Ohio County. the "I guess the joke's on me Mary; order to get ready breeding stock in A. D. Kirk, Clarence Bartlett, M. L. money. They aro now In the market Heavrln, and O. C. Martin, Attorneys. It was not quite light when I got up this morning, and I thought you had to replenish their stock. left a shredded wheat uTscuit out for Bonks have plenty of monoy and COMMISSIONER'S SALE my breakfast' Houston Post. them, and the War Finance between Corporation the farmer Is not exOhio Circuit Court. "My marriage la a complete sucperiencing much difficulty In getting John Bullock, Gdn., Plaintiff. cess. I do Just as I please. My wife all tho money or cre'dlt he needs to vs. does as she pleases." carry his tnru tho year until harvest. J. L. Addlngon, etc.v Defendants. "Ah, It must bo wonderful to live With a roasonablo fair year, in so By vlrtuo of a Judgment thereto conditions nro con- fore rendered and order of resale of happily together." far as cllmntic "Oh well you see, we haven't cerned, tho- farmer will bo In better tho Ohio Circuit Court, rendered at next fall than the March Term thereof, 1922, In the lived together for five years." Leg-Io- n shape after his harvest Weekly. m no has been In many years. There Js above cause I shall otter tor-saiexisting In agricultural tho Court House door In Hartford, no pessimism The young bride had left his side n !. states. Everyone feels tho worst Is fr.i...i... IU VIIU Iilnlinet nnrl fiuat " wvw. lUUlUCIVt "lb" vo now on i"Proe-LDl(lde- ri Monday to look at a window In which, were exover and that from at public auction on TlOl When ment In agricultural clrcle3 will the 3rd day of April, 1922, at one hibited somo new fashions. she returned she took the arm. which steady but rapid. not only o'clock P. M. (being county court Further evidence of this fact Is day), upon a credit of six and twelve seemed to bo half grudgingly prof"Yo-yo- u don't furnished by a questionalra which months, tho following described prop fered, and sobbed: of erty, at anything I want even was circulated among tho farmers tho Pacific Northwest by a trio of The following described tract or see; you do'don't care how I am mo. farm publications. This question-alr- o parcel of land situated at Equality, dressed. You no longer not only re- Kentucky, Ohio County, and de- You haven't oven kissed mo for a nskod tho farmers whole day. and you " garding their prospects but regard- scribed as follows: Intend to do In tho "I am extremely sorry, madam, but ing what they Beginning at a stono, corner In way of Improvements If anything. tho lino of street or public road and that Is my misfortune, not my fault," d running with the lino ot said road in said the gentleman, looking pathetiThe answer showed that of tho farmers of that section will be a N. E. direction 50 feet to a stone; cally down Into her face. She looked and gasped sho had In tho market tht3 year for fencing, thence in a westerly direction 200 paint and other construction mater-in- l. feet to tho lino of an alloy; thonce tho arm of tho wrong man! of Perhaps about one-fift- h with tha lino ot said alley S. E. 50 them nro going to bo fn tho markot feet to tho line of said street or pubThis? for all sorts of farm machlnory such lic road; thenco with tho lino of said We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward gas en- road 200 feet to tho place of begin- for any case of Catarrh that cannot be as tractors, tractor plows, Hall's gines, motors, drills etc. ning. This being a part ot lots No. cured byCatarrh Catarrh Medlcjne. taken Medicine has been Hall's Tho housewives aro nlso reflect- 8 as shown on the plat of said town by catarrh sufferers for the past conditions, as a fourth of and conveyed to Farmers. Mercantile and has become known as the ing bettor remedy for Catarrh. Hall's thn mniles Indicate purchases this Company by W. M. KIrtley and-- wife most reliable Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on n household! equipment by deed of record In Deed Book 42 the Mucous surfaces, expelling the y6ar of such as washing machines, new canning paK0 G, oulo County Court clerk's easedfrom the Blood and healing tho disportions. outfits, and other household equip- - ottco. After you. have taken Kail's Catarrh ment. This Is tho natural reaction Tho purchaser will bo required to Medicine for a short time you will see a In your ijeneral Kreat Improvement y following a period of strictest oxecuto bond immediately after salo health. Start taklnc Hall's Catarrh Medicine at onro and Ret rid ot catarrh. Send and self denial. with approved security, bearing legal (or testimonial, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. What Is true In the nprthwest is Interest from the day of sale until Sold by all Drucrfsts, 75c true throughout tho United States, paid and having tho force and effect according to well posted observers of a Judg;nont. A Hen will be retain EMPLOYMENT INCKEASES The . farmer has permitted his equip- - ed on .. sa(1 proporty to . further . se- . Pfl ...... mm . .1 o curo jno payment oi wis. purcuaso ment to run uuivii a.. Tina lollfWt Automobile manufacturing centers, nooded renalrs and painting. Every price. as well as the Ohio city responsible B. II. ELLIS, lilt of money ho has been ablo to got for the great bulk of tire building, hold of has been applied to paying Master Commissioner Ohio Clr. Ct. show tho greatest gain in payrolls, ac oft debts. With prices of commodi- M. L. Heavrln. Attorney. cording to figures recontly released good crop this ties declining and-by Flretoue statisticians. Tha autoA Timely SuKgcstlon. year, the agricultural states will be motive Industry, first toNfell the genIn tha markot .after tho harvest for eral depression la now ctomlng back The next time you have a cough in fine shape, say employment tho purchase ot nil sorts of commoCough or cold try Chamberlain's dities. Remody. It Is pleasant to take and 4 you are sure" to be pleased with tho For hoarseness, inflamed lungs' or relief which It affords. This remedy Irritating coughs, qalla"rd's IJore-houn- d FLETCHER'S . FOR has a wide reputation tor its cures ot Syrup Is a healing balm. It f m does Its work quickly and thoroughcoughs and colds. . ly. Price 30c, 60c and $1.20 per ItESOIlT TO MAKHIAGE AGENCIES Johnny was very fond ot music. He bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug m The German women aro solving tho wont to a concert ovory time he got Company. problem of Bhortago of raoa thru tho a chance. Therefore when his aunt THE.PKAIUIE DOG. employment of a sort of marrlngo ottered to take him to a concert or a n market. Matrimonial bureaus In Bor-ll- moving picture show she wns suracUrn prairie dog 'neath clear J)lue skies prised when he choso the' show, have been carrying on a very "Why didn't you want t6 go to the Sits by him hole, never bats him eyes! tive and extensive business finding goes flip, husbands for tho German yromen In- concert?", she asked when they were Him little tall all time"yip, yip, yip." Him keop on barking Europe, America, Asia and oven Afri- going home. nf tllO I 'Because It was dark In tho moving Him much fat 'cause him eat much ."- -1HU BUllWt Ca. n.1.. ....n.l.lnir fontlim -- - ,- grass. "business' Is .tho patrgnago of people j picture show," ho answered, "so 1 i C1lni ili illilvitfr HnAil tn mntili mil rnma II il Him jump In bole when folks go past. i" " " ot high social maiming, oiuu "arr,er8 PFDinn'0' 80C,al between ani weddings nro r&tll)U frequent members of tho old '". i wnr l,loro na9 l)eon a ''rcf,'iB iown .i'"", HE'S i 44444 i t. I ' GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads., Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. .. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an-- ad" in THE If You so HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ar .,, Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY tal condition of tho smarty who breaking STUDENTS REPORT shaves past another car with three tn war. FAILURE REASONS Inches between him and satastrophe e? down ot politics, resulting x - I to-w- lt: lo-lo- t-- to lo-lo- one-thir- How's thirty-flve.ycar- s, Pol-so- eco-'nom- Children Cry CASTOR A ". 1 when ho might Just as well take six 355 Probations Give 13 Causes for feet. To which aublic institution does - (WjW"Wv(Nii W. 'Q NiR Ws 'BiR he belong, the Jail or the loony-housPoor Showing In University Work. Then there is Ihe fellow who honk-nonat every cat and chicken and ' Ann Arbor, Mich,, March 25 curves and passes Worry over th,elr college work, their then sizzles around other ' cars with a silent horn. Why Is solivelihood or home conditions, and cial engagements and insufficient stu- he? Neighbor Blngs Just passed with dy are among the thirteen reasons why 355 students of the University all five of their children and thrpe ot of Michigan Literary College were the neighbors and two baskets aboard "Black-Draug- ht ts, id my opinion, thebest liver placed on probation last year beoause and I know they're going to the medicine on the market," they were behind In scholastic work. woods and cat their suppers and come stales Mrs. R. H. WhiteIn voluntary state- - singing and laughing home by moonThis h revealed side, of Keota.Okla. She mam4m m.Ja a itnlvoraltv nfHmrHtp.3 light. Just following tho Bings car 'conhs.es: "V had a pain came a roomy, elegant Dash. There in my chest after eating I by the students. tigni, uncomionaoie teei-iI Oufof the "confessions" Is to come were only two people In the car .beand this was very by a university com- sides tjio- - colored chauffeur a pale, an Investigation disagreeable and brought a haughty-appearin- g, on headache. I was conmittee Into student life here as It re- tired looking man and beautifully dressed wostipated and knew it was lates to methods and time of study. indigestion and inactive ol man. There was plenty of room for One hundred and forty-sew- n liver. ! began the use of a dozen pf them childrenjj-ha- lf those who narrowly escaped the night and "failure" class told tho authorities but there were none along I wonder 'SSS morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly why? they '"did not know how to study. gives relief." A red "streak raising a cloud of to pass the work successFailure fully last year was due to one or dust and squaking like a demon, that moro of thirteen reasoris, according would be young Rex Brown "lettln' to Roy M. Whipple, professor of ex- 'er out." Rex'd father paid a big repair bill blst week for a car which M perimental education. The stumbling blocks and the num- Rex wrecked Af lthout even stopping he had done. The ber who failed because of them are to see ' .way of ruining boys as follows: Too many social engagements, 25; was by giving them a fast horso, but insufficient study, 95; worry, 87; the fast racing car does the Job poor health, 80; inadequate high quicker and browner these days. Harry Smith and Lillle Moon Just school preparation, 72; unfair gradcoupe. ing, 64; physical defects, 59; unsatis- passed In Harry's single-se- at All the gossips are wondering why factory housing conditions, 45; sleep, 41;- - insufficient they don't get married after all theso jWfX For over seventy years teaching, 26; devotion of too much months,- - but land sake! Ntf wonder. You take a young man and a girl in tlmo' to sports, 17; oxotsIve campus -- preparation 'has been buggies, a rpln- activities, 12; too much time spent bn6 of these, side-ba- r found beneficial hv fhnir. A tlf 11 f' 1m A11V AMAiarwl t Ha AlLlI t ll In obtaining a livelihood, 71. jUtt sands of persons suffer-V9It Is pointed out that many stu- skittish in front of the glrfs' house ing from effects of a tor- dents named more than, ono cause for and plod along gentle1 as a dog along, pm, m iivcr. country lanes .you can see for yourtheir failures. Indigestion, biliousness, Cupld'ls at a disadvantage ' self whero colic, coated tongue, diztheso days. ziness, constipation, bitAutomobiles aro lots of expense ter taste, sleeplessness, FOR FLETCHER'S nnci.they cause a sight of trouble, but lack of energy, pain in I I've n notion to see if John won't back, puiflness under the trade' off the red cow to Alack Bean eyes any or all of these AUTOS AN' THINGS on jhat Ford ot his. It would bo symptoms often indicate mighty, handy taking tho children that there is something By a Woman. to school and taking cream to town the matter with your I don't know a carburetor from a and everything. I'll ask John what liver. You can't be too differential calculus and the only way ho tStaks about It this very night. careful about the mediI can. distinguish cars is by the namo-pla- te cine you fake. Be sure LISTS PERILS TO DEMOCRACY but I like to notice the differthat the "name, "Thcd-ford- 's ent types of' cars and of the folks who is drive them. . on the package. At all Mjs, CarrleCljapman Catt, leading Ono problem I'vo never solved to suffragist. In,'a recent speecn pointdruggists. my own satisfaction, and that is why ed out 10 perils to democracy, as Accept Only tho driver ot a Hathax $3,500 f. o, b. of electorate; voters sits so straight at his wheel wjiile a ignorance atf to meaning of ballot; the Genuine. second-han- d fellow In a too partisan partisanshlplndiffer-ence- ; Fllvvej: cap drive, sitting on his shoulgovernment by groups; use of .. :der blades and using only one hand. patronage to hold party voters; uso Another query relates to the men ot money; bosses; slander and abuse; ks lKKiKgWEK&33 r5s For Torpid Liver ng Black-Draug- ht, " Bedford's ' whai-damag- o AVfcf S5 siun-ut.it.- ijj Children Ory C A ST O R A 1 r5 T Black-Draugh- t," one-lung- ed sp - .:"M V v;;.;;iNGTflN comment An old manuscript dating back al most a hundred years hoforo tho Invoniloii of printing, contains a description of tho punishment of criminals In n courtyard In tho city of -, o mngncto which could work on n BEADS ODDLY STRUNG 1, adding that such nn Invention (Dy'l. D. Claire.) would mako Muff n rlfii man. Huff thcroupqn left Ford's employ, went It Is tho saving graco of man's exto work on tho Invention and finally perfected the magneto now In use. istence that when his troubles get so bad ho can not fix them they just his counsel claims. break looso nnd fix themselves. - a fly-wli- IB Perhaps wo may all havo London. REPORTED DYING but many of us never chance doubls, to meet whypped upon his "Ono folino was them. There is n man In this city baryo back," says the script. Chicago, March 2S Josefa and who could fool Mrs. Martin in pass"Ob, but that wnu In tho middle Rosa Blazek, the Siamese twins of ing himself for Ransc, and a woman rnmmrnnma -.. , , ""J" " i.nt,i -"ffcla ,,rt,,- "h1 ' Itetivd Mm "" ..- rnrl n lilnnmnlll .. In ai,.l,l iu nowuug wu who Is a romarkablo ddublo of one of Tint mw wna Dn ii.wiifc.., ... dltlon nt n lpUnl hero today. Doth Hartford's handsomest matrons, 'crpt m.'. ,..hiin. ..i,.iiin nro unconscious nnd may not live sho Is just a lectio taller. . one colored were tied to posts and through tho day, according to nttend- whlppcd. !,., The Christian Cathedral, the JewAgrtcd, beating your wlfo Is a hor Ilife l'"J uivnum. both 111 from The twins arc ish Synagogue, the Mohammedan rible crime. Any man who strikes a Hosa at first had a mild Moso.no and tho Budhl3t Tcmplo arc woman Is a brute, and perhaps deand was recovering when Josefa impressive evidences of men's confusserves to be treated as such. Thero developed a sevens case of tho ed notions of the will of Jehovah. those who is no sympathy hero for "" liost women and .were- themselves Death of ono will mean th death My friend, Buddy McFeag, who has beaten. But how about tho rest of of tho other, slnco physicians have the community? The beating Is re- determined it Is impossible to sepa a genius for everything but work, wns telling mo tho other day what a ported In the newspapers. I'eopje rate them. Ready-to-Wea- r, grand world to llvo In this will be rtail of It. Children bear of It. Those Tho ense is oho of the strangest in when the golden ago of commonsensc concerned In tho punishment, both tho hlstorif tho medical science in victim and wielder of the whip, talk Chicago and perhaps tlie world. To Is ushered In, nnd when I asked him "oyo for an eye"? when he expected that happy event about It. An savo tho lives of tho twins it may be Donbtless; but thero was Ono who j necessary to separate them by n unt-- ; ho said, "Allowing for a normal Incame with a new law, and civilization quo .operation, as ono of them, Rosa, crease in the rate of human progress lias nsted upon It, and It Is not, Is said to bo in better condition to it should occur In five or most emphatically not, to bo brutal' ward off death than her sister. Tho of years." , to brntes! question of an operation will be deHeating a wife beater Is doubtless Contrary to general opinion, it is cided today. salnlary to tho beaten. Hut It Is Tho operation has been declared a fact that no wild beast of tho forin tins fanstlk1 lk rlraillv to the community, serpent of the AArmt flft I An rs nllf est or poisonous jycar of graco 1922 can wo find noth-- , s clans becauso of tho vital manner In marshes will attack man unless movra Itfll. ' i ou " " which the twins are united. ed by defense of its young, wlun lib l.stM 4n .in tallring ourselves by going back to Hosa became ill from jaundice two wounded, jjr desperate from hunger, tho middle ages, aye, to tho Mosaic iwnnln nirn. Tho attack wns stnht. and man does all these things when i Sho seemed, to bo well when Josefa moved by the sanio passions. becamo ill. Saturday they were tak- Dr. Charles W. Eliot, president Light travels at the astounding lTHini,1 .t4' u"e'"" - "'f eighty-rig- TTnltmal f w,' nolo- - Brgalfstono, president of the hospital rate of approximately five hundred !L 7. birthday iby farmed his ,n tQ operatc million miles 'a year, and yet some wm ca day's work. Edl-- , doing his regular of the fixed stars, which are close confessed somecon,, seventy-fiv- e, enough for their parallax to bo deshe also had appendicitis. what shyly to being a fow minutes Dr. Breakstone refused to operate termined by- the earth's short base for office because his family was becauso Josefa was in a prcc.xrious line, are so far away that had they late "celebrating." condition. Josefa becamo worse yes- suddenly gono out five hundred Two men, both long past the age ' terday. Last night her Illness had years ago they would still bo visible when most men are useful, continue Its effect on Rosa, who suffered a re- to tho earth. to live and work and mako tho world lapse. Sho becamo unconsc.ous at better. Hovvrrdo they do it? A stag- - the sa'me time that Josefa did. The origin of races is not nant ixool isffiio into which no water i Hosa regained consciousne33 at accounted for, but from the fact flows, from 'which no water runs. A times today. She expressed great that the black race exists solely In fresh, clear pool is one into which fear for her life, as her sister appar- the tropics and the yellow race alwater runs and from which water ently was sinking. most entirely in the and constantly flows. Edison and Eliot the white race In the temperate cli& havo minds through which thought, j IlKAVKIt.1)AM A(;A1. VICTORIOUS mates, It appears that climate, operIdeas, pictures, conceptions constant- ating thru hundreds of thousands of ly flow. To stay young, read, tninK, After one of tho fastest and h'ard- - years, has fixed both the color and educate your brain. You will never C3i iougiu Dailies over witnessed on the physiognomy of men. , be an Edison or an Eliot, probably, Ue BeaVr Dam floop the ,lome team but you will be or use, ana nvo long aga,n camo QUt vlclorjOUSi In the At church Sunday I sat next to a enough to make that use count in nm haK the Beaver Dam boys had woman whose face appeared appeal-lngl- y proportion 10 wnui yuu ..iu, "sad. No It was not a funeral. sraooth sanig, the score being 2G you learn, to what purpose you use and S. But they were badly handi- Worse than that. She had bought yonr train. capped in the last half. Their star a new hat Saturday, and Sunday was K. O.WNERS. center Porter Barnes being badly a rainy day. N NOTICE TO 1)00 hurt and Alford one of the guards "Dog Law," requir- being banished from the game on The I was wholly unable to account for ing all dog owners to procure licenses personal fouls. the sudden and violent drop in the and tags for their dogs each year, was liquor until The outstanding feature of the price of bbttled-in-bon- d NOT REPEALED by tho Legislature game was Alford holding McFadden Ad Howard told me that Alec Porjnst adjourned. Dog owners who , the K & I team's crack goal pitcher ter had been transferred to Paducah. have not already done so, are hera-tth,-g season( tQ tWQ fe,d gQa,s m the u by warned to gei sucu uuuiisus Oh, say folks, I met Gus Ford the 32 minutes he played. After this visual education, hut, says he, "Con- gramme tags from the County Clerk promptly, McFadden became fast and furious other day, and shook hands with him SOLONS' IDEAS AS TO gress is not It prosecution of such de- and otherwise the EDUCATIONAL NEEDS proposes using visual minded." Ho both Is stated in some quarters that the scoro keeper for some cause with all the enthusiasm of a candimotion pictures for tho Premier nnd tho Genoa linquents will be continued. gavo him credit for 2 field goals he date. I'd be tickled to meet 'WhistAmericanization purposes. meeting havo been strengthened con OTTO C. MARTIN, to make but after the game ling Jack" or Walk Kahn in this Tigert And Fobs Express Conception failed 4- siderably In the last fow days and County Attorney. admitted tho error and signed for wilderness of strangers. Of Twentieth Century ILLINOIS MINERS that this will be apparent In Monday's score as follows: School Methods. WILL JOIN STRIKE vote In the Commons. HARDING'S PART ICE NOTICE. 1G IS Davis F. McFadden " TO HE SILENT ONE 15 Render 10 F. White ."" Chicago, March 29. Illinois min FLAT HEAT FAILURE Washington, March 20. (Capital Excepting Sundays, I will make 0 C. Otto P. Barnes 8 HELD DEATH CAUSE Representative Si ers will Join tho nation-wid- e coal Washington, TUarch 28. Tho part Alford 2 daily deliveries of ice to residents of News Service). 0 G. Ferrell mon D. Fess, Ohio, head of tho his strike set for April 1, nnd no hppo of In tho coming K, Barnes 0 of President Heroins 0 Beaver Dam, commencing April 15. G. Wiseman Now York, March 28. A landlord congressional campaign will bc a! M. Barnes 0 Prices will bo lower than last year. torical department of Ohio Northern a postponement or of initiation of a G. University, director of college law, separate State wage agreument could who failed So provide heat In an ono, it was learned tcday r.t the CLAYTON SHOWN, silent 39tf vice president and later president of be found.Frank Fajrrington, president apartment hotreo was held responsiHartford, Ky. 3G White House, whoro it was stated 33 Total the same university,, says thero is a of the Illinois miners, told heads od ble today for the death of a tenant's president is advo"se to tak1 0 that th ARCHIE B. DAVIS, Mgr:, superabundance of teachers for the tho State operators'' association In Infant by a Jury in Brooklyn Supremo DID IT DO YOU ANY GOOD? ing tho stump on b:half of any senCHAS. B. HURT, Court. advanced subjects, but few capable conference hero today. atorial or congressional candidates. J. A. LEACH, Only an emergency could chango This was tho first decision of Its 3Ir. Harding, It was Eaid, leans . Did the Revival services benefit Instructors for tho elementary grades. BARNES, ' .FRANK "Too much importance cannot be tho situation which now prevents him kind under tho emergency rent laws you? Do you love his house, his vlow that It is iot tho toward tho C. P. AUSTIN, word, his causo or lost souls any bet-t- attached to what is accomplished In from negotiating a now wage con- and a-- now Board of Health ordinance part of the nresidont to go out on thj EDITH PORTER, The; verdict which was sealed nnd stump and speak. than you did? Have you made the public schools," Dr. Fess stated. tract, Mr. Farrlngton told the operaW. C. CISELL. tors, It was learned. hnnded up to Justlco Corpsey, awardThis view of the president was There was quite a dispute over the resolutions of gretaer consecration "University and college students who "I am not in a position to nego- ed $2. GOO damages to Jnmes F. D. tailed to realize their ambitions solepolitical scores that was made, and anyoae and activity? any taken to preclude-ict," Mr. Farrlngton Cochenour, whose Iiinonths-old iiio who wishes to seo the score book, to Sunday morning will be a socd ly because their early education had tiate a new son, speech making by him during tour nnd seo for themselves, may call for It tft How many-o- f you. are golas to been neglected and not because they told the operators, ho said after the William, died, ho contendad, through uroposed transcontinental uminer. Mr. at tho Beaver Dam Drug Co., Beaver bo present at Sunday, School at 9:45 fail to apply thomselvss while In col- meeting, which lasted less than two failure of Goorgo H. Jackson, tho trip to Alaska this hours. "Tho Policy Commltteo of owner, to provide heat In tho npart- was reiterated, still is Dam. a. m. and at tegular preachlnp fer-vl- lege arc numerous. Harding, It looting forward to an Alaskan tr'p "It should be borne In mind by the international union has decided j mont Iiquso nt 230 President Street, at 11:45 a. m.? May I not Brooklynr provided congress adjourns by havo tho pleasure of seeing every everyone that the education obtain- against separate State agreements. "Some time in tho future, porhaps, Tho father had sued for $10,000 HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Uaptl3t in Hartford at these services.' ed In the public school Is more ImporWALKER, Pastor. tant that that of the university and It an emergency might nriso which damages. RUSSELL Dt OLE OMANS should necessarily follow that the would change the situation." FILES 911,000,000 oe public schools should bo brought up SUIT AGAINST F01U) WASHINGTON GINALLY FETCHES LONG to tho very highest possible standard. BRITISH CABINET SHADE TREES A PECK O' TATERS WEN BREACH AVERTED 29. Damagi-'.l'aml, Fla , Mt"-cThe Ladles who havcrbeen conduct- In no other way can the nation exFRUIT TREES DEY COMES sought ing a revival meeting at Nocreek, pect to produce thoroughly" educatVISIT In the sum of $U.000,O00-ar- o WE-AL- L London, March 29. The threatenEM PEN PEY of Tlinry Fori by Luwa'rd S. Huff. recently, began services at this place ed men and women." ORNAMETAL TREES ed breach in tho Cabinet over Prime Monday night. Some fine sermons ? lam) clcctrliul mgliioor, in n suit Federal Commissioner of STAYS LONG 'NOUGH T" TIgort believes that the motion Minister Lloyd George's programmo FLOWERING SHRUBS Huff c'h ms !iii:L.tod hero to'iny aro being delivered. EAT UP A BUSHEL! Mr. L. L. Newcomb" of this place, picture has educational possibilities for the Genoa conference had been 'hat ho originated the magneto now HEDGE PLANTS went to Owensboro Monday, return as yot hardly realized and that the averted In the' opinion of the politiIn vko on motorcars manufacture I hy t int Ford 1 ord and claims has not schools of the future will make great cal correspondents of today's newspaing Tuesday. BEDDING PLANTS paid him In full for tho Invention. Mr. and Mrs. Lovlt Bratcher, who use of this modern invention in con- pers. Everything has been smoothed VEGETABLE PLANTS Counsol for Huff received word Ill havo bout visiting friends and rela- voying Information to young minds out In preparation for the premier's hero, have moved to Mr. T. P. In such a manner that it will remain appeal to tho House of Commons Fort Myers today that sorvlco tives from AND SEEDS Monday. thero. Carson's farm, near Hartford. In the suit had been secured thero on PLANTS FLOWERS It is understood" that tho comproTho problem of developing motion Miss Violet Allen, of this vicinity, Mr. Ford. 3pent from Thursdny till Monday pictures for educational purposes Is mise was arranged on tho basis of tho Huff claims to hold tho patents on BULBS with relatives and friends at Hart- mainly commercial, Dr. Tigert be- resolutions adopted by the supremo tho magneto used on all motor equipEverything in Flowers From lieves. A program Is needed where council at Cannes regarding thp conford. ment manufactured by tho Ford MMr. Win. Lake, who has boon on by producers and educators can got ditions undor which Russia would bo otor Company of Detroit and asserta Seeds to Trees together and make motion' pictures allowed to participate at Genoa. tho sick list Is able to bo out. that, ho has boon paid only f 10,000 Reports dfffer as to whether, Mr- pedagoglcally useful and present 9 In royalties on his patent. A Chicago deaf muto Is suelng his them according to best recognized Lloyd Georjjo or Secretary for ColoAccording to Huffs counsel, Huff , nies Chnrclilll and ' his supporters Dr. Tigert for divorce, educational methods. wife, also a was employed In tho Ford plant In FLORIST tho opinion that many sub yielded. Most of- - the writers how because of her "rough language." 1908 as an electrician and it is as him in tho presWhy didn't he shut his eyes when jects could bo presented better with ever say that the premier found tho serted that Ford told OWENSBORO, KY. motion pictures, Ho has attempted to opposition so strong that he was sho began to talk? Providence ence of Dr. W. E. Sanborn of DCwrljht. 19Z0 by Mtdur. N.wip.Mf Syndic. get funds from Congross to advance obliged to drop a part of his pro Write for Catalogue. etroit that ho wished Huff to Invent .- SIAMESE TWINS COOPER BROS ,nnno v,uiuu.m, Qpecial Announcement ! 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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. i QUALITY FIRST - " COOPER BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. fr V- - i .i' ce i. mid-suitrai- KIN-FOL- a T' P u llllSvi:p deaf-mute- TAPSC0TT t sszf& yr .- -- - ..A