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NUMBER 41 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, lf FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922. I r Tho lattor preceding hry 10, 1874. caring for the unfortunnte widows .1. BULL ASKS ALLIES years. JUDGE J. E. FOGLE him In death two and one-haand orphans of deceased members of WATTERSON'S BODY two To this union there survives tho Order In Kentucky The local TO PAY WAR DEBT I Lodge guaranteed the subscriptions YIELDS TO MALADY OF KANSAS AXMAN children: Mis. M. P. Paught and Mr. FINALLY AT REST Chester Loney. Thore also Is survivof private members heretofore given ing one brother. Hon. L. P. Loney and agreed to make tho amount to of Owcnslioro, atari five sisters: be paid In addition to that heretofore P. M. Drown, McHenry; A. J. Prominent In Law And Af U. S. Call Precipitates Ac- - donated $305.00. This Is a worthy Simple Service Is Held' Boy Killed; 4 Dying In Con- Williams and J. A. blocker of Hartcause, and should have the hearty and fairs Of County For tion; Ready to Meet cordia Township, Mur, Louisville For Great , J ford; Luln Rhoads, Beaver Dam and liberal support qf the membership. Half-Centur- y. Demands. . derer Unknown. W. I. Igloheart of Crescont City, Fla. Journalist , Funeral services wore conducted by 3 BANK BANDITS tho Rov. M. Q. Sncll at 3 o'clock SunTAKEN IN FLIGHT day afternoon at West Providence Ju'dgo Jesse E. Foglo died at his Louisville, April 4. "Marse" HenunLondon, April Concordia, KanAprll 5 An British Baptist Church whore burial of the. outh Bend, Ind., April 4 A ten-mi- ry Watterson came home to Kentucky " known assailant, wfeldlng an ax as a remains took placo in the. presenco home hero yesterday, April 6th at government has sent a note to the automobile chase during which today to rest " 1:20 o'clock, of brlghts disease, only allies declaring that owing to the' for all time. weapon, attacked tlio family of L. J. of a large number of friends and A irrnat one day short of 74 years of age, fact that Great Britain has .to pay volleys of shots were exchanged re- assemblage of Louisvillo citizens and Tromblay In their farm house, twen- relatives. t Judge Foglo had been afflicted dur the Interest on her war debt to the sulted this afternoon In the capture men of national prominence whoV ty mllca oast of here, early today, years. United States, she reserved the right of three bandits who robbed tho Eau knew him In life came to honor his ing the past two and one-ha- lt Tremblay's. eldest son, Theodore, IIIIiliERV WEDDING His condition grew alarming two lOr call upon her allies In turn to Claire State Bank at Eau Claire, memory. Flags on public buildings 18, .was backed to death, and Mr. ago and death was not un- pay the Interest on their war debts Mich., of $1,185 In cash a few hours flew at half mast whllo simple serweeks Trcmblny and his three younger sons Hlllery Wedding, 55, of tho Ada-bur- g expected. earlier. The capture was effected by vices at the First to Great Britain, wore so badly Injured they were not Christian church, community, died suddenly at a posBO of farmers and deputy wero being Judge Fogle was born and reared -held for the In this connection, It is pointed expected to live. tho home of Lester Wright, a neigh- In Liberty, Casey County, Che son of sheriffs in a woods near Berrien erica's Journalists who dean of Am- out that Great Britain is now fully died InJack- - ' After striking down hla victims bor, where he had gone In tho early Center, Mich. Ono of the bandits, with the ax, the murder set firo to the afternoon of Friday of last week. McDowell Fogle, who wa3 a promi prepared to pay the Interest due the Henry Griffin of Gary, Ind., was sonvllle, Fla., about three months ago. was de- Ho was complaining of feeling 111 on nent Attorney of that section. He United States. "house and barn. The barn wounded. The casket" placed on a catafalque-directlTho three years' agreement be stroyed, but neighbors extinguished his nrrlVal at Mr. Wright's, who cams to Hartford September 2nd, The money however, was not rein front of the pulpit was tlio tire In the house after dragging helped him into the house and into 1872, engaged In the practice of his tween Great Britain and the United covered. It is believed that the banflanked on one side with scores ot out the dead and unconscious victims. a chair,' death coming within n few profession and has since resided here. States laps-- s April 15, from which dits either-burne- d it In their macllne floral offerings from many parts He was an attorney of recognized time Interest on debt due by Great Only the youngest son, Cleo, 8, has minutes thereafter. ot ability, a true friend, a splendid type Britain to the United 'States begins or threw it away while attempting the country. The folds of an Amn chance to live, physicians stated toFuneral services wero hold over of citizen and a kindly husband, to race away from their pursuers. erican flag, which stood to Its right to accrue, so that Great Britain will day. the remains by tho Rev. Hugh O'Sul- - father and neighbor. On Juno 6, pay six Tho men confessed to tho robbery, and rear, were months' Interest the coming t Tremblay and his five sons have llvan, at tho St stirred by the breezo Mnry'a Catholic according to the police. from the open doors. kept house on the farm since the Phnrnli. WhltoBvIllp nnrt thft rpmnlns 1877 he united In marriage with Miss fall.' Similarly the agreement be. .... -i t Leila Addington.'daughter of the late tween Great Britain and her debtors The serviqes were in line with that cieain or Airs, iromo.ay aovera, ,n tho Churcll Cemetery, depMUed Virgil P. and Dorcas Barnes Addlng-ton- .- terminates almost Immediately. simplicity which had marked tho life- - s. ago. WHEN IS A CHILD f attracted Mrs. Fogle preceded her husof Mr. Watterson, A 'ritualistic read Paris, April .5. The understand When neighbors arrived, OF SCHOOL AGE? ing, ahymn, a prayer, an anthem by band in death about four years. In ing In, French official circles has been by the flames, they found the father PROGRESS OF MEDICAL early life Judge Foglo professed faith that the whole question of the Inthe on the front steps, his head criiBhed SCIENCE REMARKABLE in Christ and United with the Chris- terallied debts will come up soon on Washington, April 6. Educators wardchoir and a eulogy were tho outtributes. by a blow from tho ax. Theodoro's tian church. "He leaves no successor," body was found in the barn, where ho the Initiative of Great Britain, as the of the Capital City are not at all In the Washington, April 6. It Is reportThe Decedent is survived by ono result of the American funding bill sympathy with the recent declaration! Rev. E. L. Powell, nastor nf thn had been sleeping to care for a sick horse. It was horribly jnutllnted. ed from London by Dr. A. Cowan daughter: Mrs. T. B. Petrle of India requiring the payment-o- f interest on of Luther Burbank, the plant wizard, church said, "for 'only Ulysses can. The other children were In the house, Guthrie, of that city, that death from napolis, Ind.r dnd ono son, McDowell the1 debts of the allies to the Untied who declared his conviction that no wield the bow of Ulysses'." of the Hart- States. As all of these operations child except the city child should-b- e The burial service was read by their bodies beaten and hacked by pneumonia should shortly become a A. Fogle, who blows from the ax which was found thing of the past. The means to ford Herald and well known to a aro linked together, It Is held in permitted Inside the the school rcoms the Rev. Dr. Charles E. Cralk, of large circle of friends. He Is also French circles that a settlement be- until ten years of age. They point out Christ Church Cathedral at Cave Hill' this much desired end is the smeared with blood in the. yard. serum, Survived by two grandchildren Misses tween any two countries requires a that plants and animals, the former cemetery while the casket was low" Blood-hounwero takon to tho Indiana-poll- s, group of living things, those with ered Into a stone vault. general adjustment. farm this morning and an attempt which will do for the active princi- Ruth and Leila Petrle of Ind. Also by three brothers, The British foreign office is" under- which Mr. Burbank has had the 4 was being made to pick up the trail ple of this' dread dlseasp what the LOUISVILLE MARKETS serum has done for G.' P. Fogle, of Vinata, Oklahoma, stood to have informed the French greatest experience, have only one of the assailant. The boys who are not expected to the former , scourge of childhood. Prof. D. E. Fogle of Georgetown Col- ambassador in London that the age, which Is that of their physical Catties-Mark- et active with the arBritish government will bring tho substance, whereas children aro so recover ore Albert, 14; Francis, 12, Dr, Guthrie promises the details of lege and James C. "Fogle, of Ky., and two sisters, Mrs. question up, but the French foreign many years old In body, but have rival ot a small number for the midhis discovery to the medical profes,4ind Alphonso, 10. sion In a short while. P. H. Taylor and Miss Elizabeth Fo- office declared today no formal note minds which vary largely In "men week trade. Prime light butchers In. good demand at fully steady to firm Governor of tho Philippines Leon- gle of Danville. The late Mrs. G, Q. on the subject had yet been present- tal age" from that of tho body. N AGK1 CITIZEN DIES ard Wood Is rushing Improvements at Fair of Hartford was also a sister to ed. Undertone Dr. Agnes L. Rogers, of Goucher rates, others unchanged. Colleger (Baltimore), has recently about steady in the heavy steer df . Mr. J. P. Harl, residing on Routo the Cullon leper colony and has stat- Judge Fogle. Funeral services will be conductRICHARD-H- . drawn attention of Capital school au- vision, with few prime ripo kinds BARNES 1, Narrows, died at his homo Tues- ed that many have died from this Narrow trade In stockers and. thorities! to the need of mental rathday, Aprfl 4th of influenza, at the dr.ad disease who might have been ed from the home this afternoon at er than physical grading oT children. feeders of all kinds; few country peo- oge of nearly 86 years- - Mr. saved had better conditions prevail- two o'clock by the Rev. T, T. Frazler. advanced Richard! Henry Barnes, aged 74 chaul-moogpie on the yards looking for offerings" Ilarl was a splendid Citizen, held In ed. The new treatment with won- Burial of the remains will be In years and ten months, died at his In so doing she related the results of oil has worked such mental tests which revealed, that in of this kind. The best heavy cows-Iesteem by his many rrlends. high home In the Goshen country, Mongood demand, canners and cutters, Burial of the remains took place ders with the ancient pestilence that day evening at eight o'clock, of a a group of first grade children their also found a good outlet at prevailing mentality ranged from that of four y Wednesday afternoon at the Lan-dru- the fact Is overlooked that even un TAX SUPERVISORS IN,FINAIi SESSION prolonged illness of stomach trouble. to nlne.yea'rs of age. "Children can rates. t, burying grounds near Falls of der the most favorable circumstances Mr. Barnes was a member of one of Calves Trade strong and $1 highproper to their Hough, where his wife was laid to a loper may not necessarily recover Ohio County's oldest families, a stur- acquire best tho things medium from this treatment and that it is The County Board of Tax Super- dy, dependable citizen and' a useful learning pohit at a particular age." er Best veals, $8 down; rest somo years previous. There are Dr. Rogers said. She explained the and common light calves extremely surviving sons: WlllioT WlUls, hnrdly to be expected t,hat any will visors convened- at the Courthouse asset to his community. four He "was a Malcom and Horace, also five daugh- unless hospital surroundings are of Wednesday' in its final session for member of the Go'slien M. E. Church, division by the tests' of children Into slow sale from $25. Tuesday's topthree groups; unusually bright chil- calves sold at $7- Mesdauves Charles Foreman, the most favorable character. the purpose of hearing complaints South. ters: Hogs Market active with prlcea-o- n Surgeon General Cummlngs of the and evidence in opposition to the average group, comOwensboro; Ancel Cordon, Fords-vlll- e; On December 3rd, 18'67 Mr. Barnes dren, tho large all weights. Best hogs, 165. to prising 60 per cent, and the under-averaSeth Payne andMisses Stella Public Health Service, draws atten tentative increases.- was united In marriage wJth Miss Salchildren, wbo, are slow to 250 pounds, $10.50; 250 pounds up, The Courthouse hall adjacent to. lle G. Barnard, who survives him. .and Amanda Harl, of near Narrows. tion to the progress made In cqmbat- $10.30; Jing disease as shown in vital statis the Commissioner's office, has been groups In $10; 120 to 165 pounds, There also survives, one son, James, learn. The first and third COURT HODS tics. "Tho war against disease, is crowded during the earlier portion of clude 20 per cent each,of children pigs, 120 pounds down $8.75; throw- grandchildren THREE DAYS'.SESSION slowly being won." he stated. 'lUias each day. The Board will adjourn together with four new classification pre- outs $7.75 down; stags $6.25 down. and three" slslers: Mrs. Elizabeth Tay- tested. The Sheep and Lambs Trade generalnotji few triumphs to Us credit. Some late this afternoon. arbitrarily lor, Hartford; Mrs. Lydla Miller, Bea- vents retardation, while Court con- of these are well reflected In the anThe Ohio County-Pisc- al holding children of physical age of ly steady. Be"st fall lambs $13 down, ver Dam; Mrs. Nannie Taylor, Liberseconds $6 9. The best fat sheep vened hero Tuesday in Its' regular nual death rate In the Untied "States, DEMANDS INQUIRY ty and a brother, Mr. John H. Barnes ten years from school Increases It. up to $8; yesterday which during the last 20 years has $6 7; handywelghts April session, adjourning INTO DRY LEAGUE of Beaver Dam. bucks $3 down. DIES afternoon Tho following Justices dropped per hundred thousand of the INFANT Funeral services were conducted "", !." Produce. were In attendance: C. S. Holbrook, population, for typhoid fover, from Washington, April 4 Demand, for at Goshen Wednesday afternoon" at Buying prices net to shipper tho "W. C Knott, Q. B. Brown, J. R. Mur35.9 to 9.2; for measles, from 12,5 Investigation by the Department of .Mr. Samuel Lewis, Infant child of by the Rev. A. D. Litchfield; now phy, J. P. McCoy, J. Walter Taylor, to 3.9; for scarlet fever, from 10.2 to Justice' of charges that the Anti-Salo- 2:30 Mrs. --Ellis Foster, born March shipper paying freight and drayage'"' of Princeton, but formerly pastor at nnd and Mack Martin, County Judgo R. 2.8; for diphtheria, from 43.3 to League of America had failed Goshen, and the remains burled In the fifth, died early Sunday morning charges are: it. Wedding presiding. W. C. 14.7;. tor tuberculosis from 201.9 to to report campaign expenditures as at their homo here. The little fellow ""Eggs Candled 19c, dozen. Poultry- - Hens 20c lb.; roosters.. did tho clerical work for 125.6'; for pneumonia from 180.5 to required under the corrupt practices tho Cemetery there. had not been in good health. Altho County Clerk Guy. Ranney, who has 123.6 and. for all causes rom 17,55 act was mado In the House today by the Infant took nourishment at 12 10c lb.; ducks 20c lb.; guineas $3.60 CLEAR RUN. Illness In his- family. Cpunty Attor- to 12.88. Incidentally yellow fever Representative Tlnkham, Republican, It was found dead by Its mother, at dozen. was also present has been eradicated and smallpox, ney Otto C. Martin Country Butter Pound 15c. her side, at 5 o'clock, heart failure Massachusetts. Tho farmers here are progressing being Wheat New No. 2 red, $1.40f. plaguo and typhus are being held at - Making tho charges himself, Mr, in nn advisory capacity. f the presumable cause ot death. nicely with their farm work. TobacIn addition 4o passing upon several bay." Brief funeral services wero con- Wagon wheat $1.35. be "ab- co Tlnkham declared it would beds are coming on in fine shape, ducted The following prlcos ara quoted minor claims the Court tentatively from the home by Revs.' Russolutely futile" to expect an Investiand up to ,date, the prospect for a X. L. HOCKEIl Ashley of Beda, Counelected Dennis gation by Congress, because of "the good, crop was never more promising. sell Walker and T. T. Frazler. Burjal in car lots, In bulk, track, Louisville: Corn No. 2'whlte 65c; No. 2 yol-lo- w ty Road Engineer. took place at Oakwood. cqmplete controlpf tho House A great' many folks" here are taking ' : Nlcholas Lloyd Hocker, 'aged 80 Anti-Salo64 &c; No. 2 mixed 64c. ., League "and Its abject advantage of the opportunity of hear-n- g years, died at his homo near Prentiss, Ii. II. LONEY, PROMINENT CLYDE SWAIN Oats No. 2 white 41 c; No. 3" tjje great ovangellst, the girl CITIZEN PASSES1 AWAY Friday of last week of ailments due obedience to tho dictates of the white. 39 c. preacher, who Is conducting a series Death, took league." to his advanced age. as " Clyde Swain, better, known . . Louis Berry Loney, aged 71 years, placo in the house in which Mr. of meetings "at the Methodist Church "Pete" of Prentiss, died Thursday of WASHINGTON , Mr. M. F. Chumloy, of Simmons, at Washington. 1 month and 3 days-- died at his Hockor was horn and In which he had last week in Cedar Edgo, Colo., to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wade, of Hart- which place he had gone somo time nomo between McHenry and Central resided during the whole of his life. was a caller at this otflco yesterday. The revival which is in sesslon'hera ford, visited their parents in this before. In nn effort to4lmprove his Is progressing nicely, with splendid 3rove, Saturday, April 1st. of brlght's He was. a member oftho East Pro- Mr. James A- - Tate- - bt Rockport, communltyjfor a few day's last week. disease, after an Illness of long stand Ivldenqo M. E. Church and had been health, he being 'afflicted with tu- - sermons. Ing. Mr. Loney was a prominent citi Identified with the church since early came up yesterday to visit relatives lu Mrs. Wlllye Lowe nnd little daughbirculosls of tho Ihrotft, Mr. Swain K. OF V. HOME SOON zen, In former Tears having been ac Jin life. 'Funeral services were held this, city, M. E. Church ter, Bessie Emogene, and Mrs. Hos-t- tr was a member of tho ' TO BE DEBT.KRKE and the Masonic Fraternity . Whittakor, of near Bell's Run,' tive In the councils of tho Republican for (ho deceased at East Providence, and a ' gave. after which burial of the roinalns Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson,' of Party in the County, to which ho r HJs remains were con- spent Tuesday night with Mr. and rt good citizen. The splendid. $400,000 Wldo' veyed to his home ahd after funeral Mrs. Wm. Lake of this vicinity. much valuable assistance and time, took plnce in the near-b- y Cemetery, Hartford, Route 2, are the proud par ents of a baby glr, born, yesterday. Miss Violet Allen, who has been and Orphans' homo, owned by the services conducted by the Rev. F. A. llo possessed a wide acquaintance in the-- presence of a large assembly Knights .of Pythias - of Kentucky, Sanders, of Centertown, lntered In 111 with flu, Is convalescing. nnd was held In high esteem by all of friends and relatives. Mrs. Oscar Bishop entertained) the will be freo of dobt by June the first the Prentiss burying grounds WedMiss Versln Nowcomb is spending' who knew him best. He was a de- "Mrs. Sallle A. Shultz, who resides member of. the Baptist church with herson, Prof, Ozna Shults near Ladles' Social Club at her home on according to statements made In tho nesday. Ho Is survived by hla wid- the week with her parents, Mr. and moted Tiavlng professed faith In Christ In Hartford, and Mrs. W. H. Southard of North Clay Street yesterday after- Lodge meeting-herTuesday night o. ow and one child In addition to his Mrs. L. L. Newcomb of this place. " ' noon. this week by L. W. Arnett of Nlchol-asvlll- e, parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. "P. A. Swain, early Hfo and united with that church Prentiss are surviving sisters. Mr. Estll Stevens, ot Goshen, and , who qttended the, meeting and also ono sister and! three brothers. Ed Bowlds ot near Hartford attend.at West Providence of which ho reG, E Fuqua returned to his homo dellveredan address In the interest MARRIAGES. ed church services here Monday mained a member until' tho organir at Earllngton Sunday morning after of therdrivo Just being finished to night. TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE sation of tho Church at Central Thomas Reddish, MSrtwlck, to being In Hartford a few days, as round up the remainder of the, fund Misses Lula and Rachel Taylor,, Grove in 1896-- when ho transferred, sisting the local agent at the L. & N. to pay tho last of tbe Indebtedness, liis membership to tho latter place, Myrtle Geary, Martwlck. Post paid prices, 12 for 20c, 25 for spent Saturday nlKht and Sunday ' HIley Graham, Simmons, to Fran- Station, during tho absence ot the with Miss Gola Trogdon. The. Home is situated adjacent to 35c, 50 for 60c, 100 for $1.00. remaining n member thereof until cis Austin, Simmons. local assistant, Mrs. Berta Pedlgo, Loxlngton and embraces MIssos Francis and Evelyn a large Pansy Plants, blooming 6 for 60c, death." Lum Pointer, Central City, to An-ol- while she visited relatives In, Hop- - tract ot fine blue grass land, togeth- 12 for $1.00, spent the wepk-en- d with. Miss Mr. Loney was united In marriage Pevler, Central Pity. er with buildings well equipped for ktnsvllle. , E. M. MORTON, Centertown. Vancynetta Travis. with Miss Sallle Mcfntyre on Febru- Mes-dames W he le y long-soug- ht ' rg, i ot-fer- eck. ra Oak-woo- df m - ge -- on Blan-Itensh- lp - -- by-th- - o , Do-lan- ey oa t;j& V ' ---1 --3 ENDS LIFE. OF EXILED RULER Oicr Aiiitrln-IlMMRar- Cl'mrlct I Fourth That wo will grow with our reading. Most of us read one Lntt ir.'Il.iidur?r To llcljin olomentnry book after another, with -- gies, not ing of thorn. n charging unJ strengthen- FRANCE ACCEDES U. S. RHINE CLAIM No Intention of Contenting Right Pnymr-n- To y Dies Of Pneumonia. Funclinl, Maderla, April. J. Charles I, former Emperor of Austria and Kins of Hungary, died hers this morning at 11:30 o'clock. The exiled monarch had hcon suffering from pneumonia for mor'o than a week. Charles, who retained consciousness until the last, parsed away In the presence of his wife, the former Empress Zlta, and their eldest son, e heir Francis Joseph Otto, apparent to the throne of Austria-Hungarone-timy. . e. Elmlra Zlta, when tho condition of her 6.2 1914 Uushalid be'eame critical, desired that 17.1 2.5 Dec DON'T VOTK; LIVE IjONGER. 1915 "physicians In attendance permit the .. 9.9 5.4 her to undergo tho operation o' blood 1916 The other day while Mrs. Margaret transfusion In an effort to save him, . 3.0 .. 19.7 1917 but tho physicians refused their con- Nickel, 101 years old, of Aurora, 111., .10.7 29.5 1918 was taking a dancing lesson she was sent. 5f .32.9 40.4 embalmed, and Interrupted by a woman's campaign 1919 HIb body will be be committee who asked for her Indorse.33.1 42.4 1920 the expectation here Is that It will -tment of candidates they favored In In 1920 tho railroads carried 10,239.774 passengers to each passenger fatally Injured In a train aken back to Austria for burial. "Mercy me," On the announcement of the death tho spring primary. accident. The reader will bettor appreciate this comparison when It Is understood that to load Inpassengers each would recoaches having a capacity of eighty-eigpassengers Into of Charles, all the commercial houses Mrs. Nickel said, "I won't do any quire 184,542 coaches, which would mako up a train 2.44G miles long. Trespassing nnd automobile Funchal closed their doors as a dorsing. I won't even vote. I never in In 1920, trespassers g have and I don't intend to begin now. accidents contribute heavily to tho fatalities on the railroads. token of respect. fatally Injured numbered 2,1 GG, while- occupants of automobiles fatally Injured numbered 1,273. ToAfter Failure To Kecapturc I may have missed something, but I Kllrr Maybft if you of all tho fatalities on the railroads during the yenr. Not Throne don't believe it. gether these accounted for nearly one-ha- lf Emperor Charles of .Austria-- wouldn't get so excited over equal many would believe that there are' nearly as many persons accidentally drowned In a year as are Former and his- - wife Zlta were rights you would live as long as I." fatally Injured on tho railroads. The following tabid lists some of tho commoner causes of fntalltlcs v In the United States in 1920: Into exile .by the Entente Allies sent ' ' Rato Per 100,000 after he had made two spectacular BLIND STUDENTS GUIDED I1V DOG . Population Cause attempts to regain the throne, either he .' of Austria or Hungary. Thereafter 12.3 Falls prisoner at on the Rhine; that the French GovJ. M. Smith. was kept a political .' '. 10.8 Automobiles .,..; freshly-turPortuguese island of regrets that our Beneath a little mound of Funchal, on the ernment greatly '.. 7.9 Burns (not conflagrations) African ned Maderla, 400 miles off the earth on the lawn of the Government should have taken the . 6.6 troops, as Railroads Oklahoma School for the Blind lies decision to withdraw its coast. 5.9 Drownings - .,.- After the establishment of tue the body of Dona, the their presence while recalling the 12, Austrian Republic on November Aus- guide of each and every student who common sacrifices, could only conThe table below shows that the Illinois Central System has maintained Its position ,nmong tho set out from tho school ground In the tribute to affirm in Uio eyes of the 191S, Charles, who was then In leading ra'lroads In serving tho public with transportnlon and, at tho same time, thnt tho fntalltlcs In tria, sought permission to remain to direction of tho car line or along the entire world the essentially peaceful en Its lines have decreased In number substantially," the comparison being with 1911 nnd covering a period: that country, but he was asked " highway. Though Dona was only a character of the occupation of the was plot-tin- little dog, many hearts are saddened Rhenish territories. Pnssonger Miles Total Fatalities Ton Mllos leave after, if was found he P power He and many sightless eyes drip tears. g Per Cent Increaso for his resumption of Per Cent Increase Pfr Cent Decreaso Year "It is in tho same peaceful sp'-March, Eventually a miniature monument without any idea of domination tnat left with his family late In on the 1.9 Dec 12.9 Inc. . 3.6 1912. will mark tho spot where Dona sleeps. the- Allied troops after as before the 1910, and rented a house 1.0 Dec . 20.2 11.0 Inc. 1913. at Prangias, 'Soon after Dona's arrival at the departure of the American troops will banks of Lake Geneva 1.1 1.8 Inc. . 19.2 1014. where he resided for some months. al- blind school she seemed to realize continue the occupation which has reports of his 9.2 Dec guarantee the . 24.4 19.0 1915. ' During this time out and brought that the students could not see their no other aim than to way and she appeared in the center execution of the terms of the peace leged plotting leaked . 456 34.7 1916. forth a categorical statement from of a group of them departing for the treaty." 10.4 1917. of 2ity by way of the street car line First Reply to HuglicV Note. the entente that the restoration be 15.3 ..99.3 1918 Herrlck, Hapsburg would not wrignear-band she barked and The message from Mr. the house of 63.6 1919 38.6., .. f. permitted. Charles had steadfastly gled her way ahead of them to the setting forth the reply of the altho he was re- car stop. 30.7 113.4 4d.Ui... 1920 refused to abdicate, French Go'rnment, was the first The number of fatalities on tho Illinois Central. System In 1921 was the smallest In twenty-fou- r quested to do so at varibus times. When they returned, Dona was at answer received by Secretary Charl s j suddenly years. In the road service of the Illinois Central System there has not been a passenger fatality Intlit car station, and she wriggled and Evans Hughes to Identic notes ad-- i On March 29, 1921, he overjured In a train 'accident In more than four years. In tho suburban servlco at Chicago, only one pasbarked the way back to the school dressed by him last week to the Govapp:ared In Venna. but his. by the Austrian buildings. senger has been fatally Injured In a train accident In tho entire history of this servlco, which was esernments of Great Britain. France, tures being repulsed tablished in 1S5G and which has grown until it now handles nearly thirty million passengers a year. he went to Budapest, Ever thereafter, no matter what B.lglum, Italy and Japan, setting authorities, over the time of day or night it was, or what We believe the public will agree with us that the handling of a heavier business with a smaller where he attempted to take forth the rights of the United States number of fatalities is a barometer of railway efficiency. Tho Illinois Central System pledges reHungarian government from Admiral kind of weather it was, or how press- to payment on an equal footing with expedi- the principal Allied Governments of newed effort toward rendering to the public a transportation service br safety and satisfaction, and Horthy, Hungarian regent, but with- ing the call of a by of the public. asks the tion, or other canine business, Dona the cost of the American Army of Ocsuccess. Altho diss pointed out Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. was at the" front step of the car rea- cupation In Germany. the lack of support, the former country, duty as dy to fulfill her refused to leavo the H. MARKflAM, Those notes stated that under the . , by he offered to guide and comforter. ' pleading illness. Later terms of the armistice, as well as President, Illinois Central System. remaining as human iio Treaty of Versailles and the sep Sometimes her sightless renounce all his titles, friends stepped upon her; sometimes arate treaty between the United a simple citizen. entente, sn guiding one she would place a 'payments for The members of the little States and Germany, and Ru- lainty paw under the heel of another Czecho-Slovak. troops in the f Amorlrnn Jugo-Slavi."-tuaia " luW OVER SHORT SKIRTS. mania, sent an ultimatum to Hun- of her friends. But never did Dona rthlneland. amounting to $241,000,- - one interest in thi3 discussion. It is er than their failures and they are all ejection and on so much as whimper, much less growl 000 up to May 1, 1921, was made a vitally interested in the prosperity 'the time getting stronger and wiser, gary demanding his The timo hns come when It Is Just Switzerland, or show displeasure'. She accepted , growers cf dr.rl: tobacco. April 6 he The school board of tho Vineland prior charge against Germany, and of tho to doubt the pos-ocon-- 1 Probably 40,000 of theso growers are a bit unreasonably which received him on the under- her little hurts as a martyr to the that the United State could not of Lawrence, Knns., money Islblllty of successful cooperative mar-the- y rural The more subscribers. standing that he would engage In no muse of stricken humanity, and that sent to distribution of German repar-- I .. .t. Alitor! rjnvprnments . The Is why tho whole school mourns her may make, the more we shall Jketing associations; and the time suspended Alice Hansen and Maud more intrigues or propaganda. atlons anions iuo postpone make. Any manteiing piuu mm " has come frankly to recognlzo tho Buchnnan for wearing skirts less than Swiss increased thoir guard over him, loss. Our Dumb Animals. to an extent which would pilcea for, and binding .contract as the very begin- threo inches below tho knees. Papa Raah. payments for costs of the" American help them to get better but on October 22 he reached to mako more mor.cy out of their to- ning of efficient and effective co- Hansen took tho matter to court nnd having crossed the Swiss Hungary, troops. Southern Agriculturist. Judge Means ordured. that a direct benefit to us. operation. the girls frontier in an airplane. The reply of the French Govern- bacco will bo 4 bo readmitted yesterday by Mr. in mind, the Southa "legitimist cabinet" at to "school. Later, With this fact Ha formed ment. It was said however, the Judgo sustained a deRaab and marched on to Budapest Hughes, was merely a "preliminary" ern Agriculturist hope3 to see the between "Black Patch" farmers go into the murrer to his Jurisdiction, and Mr. 12,000 men. with an army of to further communications! FOll FLETCHER'S GovHansen's attorney said an appeal Hungarian government sent w The the United States and the Allied for Dark Tobacco Growers' Association would be taken to tho supremo court. matter of costs, him and ha was fJ loyal troops against with the same practical unaulmlty ernments in the troops in Germany, but it with which Burley growers went Into finally captured with his wife near American was.be-ln- g Burley Growers' Cooperative Aswas Indicated that "progress" Komora and confined in the castle obtaining the alTovaros until the entente in the matter of sociation. This Is said with no de-imade at Tata Twice-A-Wee- k recognition and settlement of Amerto condemn any other proposed lies determined that he should not rights to payment. method or plan of assohave an opportunity to attempt again marketing ica's " (StLoufs)(SL9BE-DEPiocRAT-ih- e a coup d'etat, sent them to Madeira ciation, but with tho firm conviction Happy.' Are You binding 19, 1921. contract Is the November that the To be happy you must be well. It soundest, safest, most enduring fountroubled wit:, oon- -I you aro frequently dation a cooperative marketing as$100 Reward, $100 stlpatlon and Indigestion you cannot sociation can have. It gives the asTho readers of this paper will bo Publishctl on each Monday Chamber-- I I pleated to learn that there is at least be altogether happy. Take sociation some thing to stand upon, and Thursday, and read by science Iia3 one dreaded disease that Iain's Tablets to correct these diso- -, something to base plans on, someteen able to cuie In all ita 8tas"J and over 230,000 families, cach rders. They aro prompt an deftect- thing to do business with and someCatarrh that Is catarrh.constitutionalbeing srcatly coaU'tlons in influenced by se' requires constitutional treatment. Hall b issue contcins: ual, easy and pleasant to take. thing to offer each member as anu Catarrh Jledlclno la tulien Internal.., Sur curity for Its permanence and Us Accurate Associated l'rcra ICews Reports, acts thru the lllood on the Mucous ii TIIR A WORD WITH laces of tho System thereby destroy the v coadcmsJ from all ever tho world. glvlns TOBACCO GROWERS future strength. tho foundation of lhodlsoase.up thn con patient strength by building Cooperative marketing Is not a Cncoial Corr"injlc!(t'a "Sews, covering u. ttltutton nnd assisting natuw j.. rn tho Central West. It Is a matter ;i'u' wort:. Tho proprietors have As this Is written the dark tobac-- J matter of sentiment. of faith In tho curatlyo pever orferHall On" Kentucky and Tennes- of good hard dollars aild cents. Tho thoy Lr.tt Grein asd Live (Stock Market co districts of Catarrh Medicine that case that It (all marketing association Quotations Hundred Dollars for any see are discussing with much interest cooperative to cure. Send for list of testimonials. that endures will be the one that Otato and Ncihna! Fr.im Bureau of fored for tho marketAddress F. J. CHi;Ni:V & CO., Toledu various plans Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. No Penn's spells quality. Department of Answers to Fcrci Trolj-lining of their tobacco. A Dark Tobac- mak s moitvy for Its members. hat cannot Why? cojicfuctcd by authorities. Cobpcralivo Association business organization co Growers' KDUCATKD HJiLlTEHATKS OUR on the same count with soino assurance on Its own v,na i.non nriranlzid Because Penn's is packed airstrength and its own stock, in trade BnlcndldWoaian'tt j basis as tho Burley Tobacco Growers' tight in the patented new for "Illiteracy As a corrective In posiPago, with roclnca Association and is getting ready to for a year or two ahead Is tho quality is container among the educated," Dr. McCracken, udjvattcrr.s. campaign for mem- tion Co inako money for its members begin an active sealed in. president of Vnssar college, presents bership. The basis of this nssocfa-- 1 In our fiercely competitive modern Grains continue! four rosolutlons on tho subject of So Penn's is always fresh. Have you stories. Hnn u tho binding contract by which markets. The man asked to sign a I evor really chewed frosi tobacco? Vassar collogo, presents four resolucontract should remember oblluate. five-ye- n tv, tdgar Guc3t's Powis. w.. ..... nnsnRlctlon lUGluuuia tions on tho subject of reading. Thoy BuyPenn'a the nexttlme.Trylt. No-tlI Dr. Evana' Health themselves, to sell all their tobacco. that l( blntls npt only nimseii 10 tue "I the fine condition fres- h- Penn's. aro: Talks. through tho association for a term of urbanization, but the organization That wo will remombor a7 mutual guarantee. Hirst Constructive ' flve years. Otner marueyuj; uiuh to him. It Is o would be far betread. It wh'ia-wEditorials. marketing as- To be afraid of It Is to bo afraid of j and other proposed tor for all of us If we read less and Saw Jordan, II. IT. sociations aro also bolng offered the collective Judgment of one's self tahopard and A. remembered more. ."Black Patch" growers for their and one's fhilowphy. Second That wo will think over marketing societies will no In somo sections, we I consideration. Blescr and. Ding what wo read. becoming doubt continue to mako mistakos, and undorstand. discussion Is Cartoons. may sometimes fail tho man who Thrd That wo will (apply what a bit heated end proponents of th bioks In 10 that wo a or The Hartford Republican we read. Nino Globe-Democrvarious plans are appealing to grow-or- s has himself never mude mistake and Twice-A-Wee- k rend ar not road In order to apply earnestness and en- a failure In tho soiling of his crops with much our both one year, for $1.85. "Send all orders to can afford to stay outside but tbolr them to life, but to dUtrnct a 7hlSjtJvCca. 0&Qnej, thusiasm. minds from life. Uooka uro Afe.'tculturlct has Just successes havp so far beon far great- - The Republican, Hartford, Ky. The Southern a scattering of our ener or plan. We never no direction think, "Whore Is our reading taking us7" Wo never stop to think that Let us so to lfhoks aro steps upward. school to our books, w-- educated Illiterates, and not stay always n the first grade. It Is truo that although more people are fending than ever before, thoro Is also more shiftless reading, shlftlossness In choice of matter and method of persual. A rill this mark who of "Illiteracy" Is upon those should know better, as well as upon those from' whom, because of lesser advantages, less should be expected. .Star-Gazett- of Troops' Cost, Says Paris Reply.- t Illinois Central System Shows Railroads Are Growing Safer Constantly Tho railroads hnvo been making nn excellent record In th rueHon of fatalltlrs. Tho ronton precedence-ove- r for this is to ho found In tho fa- -t that railway men havo been trained to give safety book of railway rules reads: "In all other things. To them tho most familiar rule In tho standard incase of doubt or uncertainty, the safe courao must bo taken." Whlli railway traffic has greatly Tho Interstate Commerce creased Innocent years, fatalities on tho railroads have been decreasing. Commission statistics on this subject for 1921 are net yet available, but tho number of fatnlltlos In years, although 1920 was a record year for Tieavy traffic. Tho 1920 was tho smallest In twenty-tw- o period, tell their own story: 1911, covering a following comparisons with Total Fatalities Pawenger Miles" Ton Miles Per Cent Decreaso Per Cent Increase Per Cent Increaso Year 10-ye- ar ( Hungary Washington, April 1 Thq, French Government "never had any Intention of contesting the right of the United States to bo reimbursed as completely for their army costs as tho other Governments with troop on the Rhine," says tho reply of the French Government to tho American note in relation to army costs, made public today at the State Department. The' note was given out In the fox in of a cable messago from Ambassador Myron T. Herrlck at Paris, which read as follows: "I have Just received a note, dated yesterday, from tho Foreign office stating tho French Government never had any Intention of contesting the right of the United States to be reimbursed as complr;ely for their army costs as the other Governments with troops on the Rhine. Quick Agreement Forscen. "The French Government, is persuaded thnt easy and quick agreement can be arrived at between the Allied Governments and tho United State on this questloh and that It Is consulting the Belgian, British and Italian Governments. "M. Raymond Polncaro adds that he- wishes to Inform our Government how much tile French government appreciated the cooperation of the American troops with the Allied troops 1912 1913...- ' 4.1 19.2 14.0 9.6. 45.1 57.9..... 62.3..... ...45.8 64.1 0.2 Dec 4.1 1.8 Inc. 5.5 Inc. 0.8 74 70-fo- ot ht grade-crossin- 10-ye- ar - 32 -- y, .24.6 273 t bone-buryi- em-prr- or self-Impos- ed .:ajf,i C a, ia ur high-scho- Children Cry CASTOR sssssssssssssssssssssssssssB re Subscribe for fte -- newrpe greatest u '--- uamQ imm woria 1 u-- i.i ft' 'V Xc. a, I co i.. ar ... ..... A' PEN MS CHEWING TOBACCO fellow-producer- s. at, SALE I WILL PUBLIC ON RECLAIMED LANDS April 15, 1922 at 10 A. ML w. offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following property: One Fordson Tractor and equipment consisting of one Disc Plow, one Disc Harrow, Cultipacker, Oil Tank and measuring Bucket. This outfit is all in good order and ready to take to the field. One Manure Spreader, one McCor-mic- k 7 ft. Binder and a good one, fitted for either tractor or horses with tongue truck, e one Sulky Plow, two Plows, one Cultivator, one Spike Tooth Harrow, Corn Drill and one Hay Rake, also one pair good Mules weigh 2,200 or better, some Clover Hay, rack cured and fine. TERMS will be made known on day of sale. There will be no fake sales but the owner will reserve the right to reject any two-hors2-row and all bids. Respectfully, ! Four and one-haon Hartford, Point Pleasant and Centertown road. lf Cen-"tertown WATT TAYLOR. miles N. West of ' by tho sense of smell and the sense of touch. OF MEN BEYOND 45 Recently she astounded a group of I physicians and psychologists at Madi J'cnsylvnnlu Knllroml's Planned Ac- son, wis., wnen sne accurately reis prestige and reputation. Enjoys a nation-wid- e peated a telephone message received tion Moves Davis To Ask essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news by placing the tips of her fingers on Policy Change. the diaphragm of the receiver. No matter first consideration. "Washington, April 1. Acting on special apparatus was used, the InMaintains its own news bureaus at Washington and complaint of the International Asso- strument being an ordinary telephone carciation of Machinists, Secretary Davis desk set. Miss Huggins can also Frankfort. . Member of the Associated Press. vihas taken up with the Pennsylvania ry, on a conversation through the upbrations of a wooden pole placed railroad management the appeal of With important legislation coming before Congress approximately 2,000 men over 45 on the head of a person with whom and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jopresent military establishment is years of age who were employed by she Is speaking. VALUE OF FARMS AS HOMES Is not ex- -j When the girl Is brought Into a about 9,00,000 in ) , and It urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. th'o companys In tho shop crafts durreduc- ing tho war, but will be dismissed to- - room where there are a number of pected that this figure can be within1 J 675,000 The farmer who Is considering' morrow unless present orders arc al- persons, she- picks out those she ed to tho announced I whether he should buy a farm now or knows by tho sense of smell. She can less than eighteen months. tered or suspended. distinguish the colors of cloth Attacks against France for "Im- - wait another year, as "farms seeni to By special arrangements we are now able to offer Charles Kutztjns chairman of Dis- also to a perlalism," owing to this vast army, bo too high In compavlson with farm in tho same way, according trict 40 of tho International AssoTHE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L by French leaders with products." The time to pu a iarm ciation brought to the Labor Depart- statement of tho Wisconsin State are answered tho statement that altho the number Is whenever It looks like a good In-Health Doard. AND ment protests against the action and ' divisions is more than In 1914, ' vestment at average prices for farm flleda statement asserting that many MRS HARDING GETS to the actual size of the army is less. products. Farms are always going THE REPUBLICAN of the men had acquired rights to CAMPFIRE PIN Whereas In 1914. there were 950,000 lobk too high In comparison with ' by' virtue of national their positions Both ono year, by mall, for only $5.75. , men under arms, there are today farm products. This for the reason agreements made during tho period Miss Edith. Keinpthornc, field'' sec- only 900,000 and will shortly bo only that a farm is more than a mere pro- -, now the of government control and retary of" the Campflre Girls of This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but ducer of things to sell, it is a home subject of court litigation involving America, presented a membership pin 800,000.expected It is only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subthat tho law will be and has a home value as well as a tlio HnHroad Labor the Pennsylvania, MrH. Harding, who expressed her passed by Parliament without much business value. As the population of scriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will ' Tho to Hoard and union organizations. Interest In the debate, altho the Socialists and Com- -' our country grows, as land areas as "most sympathetic dismissals machinists state the date from expiration of present ones. Girls and their movement." j to not expand with this growth, as farm "unfair, unjust and possibly illegal." "Tho organization," Mrs. Harding,, nuinlsts threaten to do their best If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tho per homes become more attractive-.tblock It The correspondence of' road offi sal'd, "looks to bo doing for tho girls : LouIsvilie'Tlmes for The Courier-Journa- l. sons w;ho can afford them, this homo cials disclosed Its contention that tho a eervice that is certain to confer last- - SIXTEEN IS TOTAL OF value will Increase. National StockBend or bring your orders to this office. employment of men over 45 upsot its ing benefits, physically and spiritual CHINESE COUPLES' AGE man and Farmer. pension system and had been pref ly." . sm During tho war, viously forbidden. Toklo. April 1 In the making of PRIZE FOR ANSWERING QUERIES however, tho need of- - men Induced OVER 10,000 TELEPHONE the last police census of Toklo, tho tho board of directors to suspend tho COMPANIES IN COUNTRY police have dlcovpred one marred To test women's political acumen, rules temporarily and later to aucouple whoso combined ages reach th& fair voters of New Jersey will re thorize the retention of efficient companies sixteen, says the Japan Times. This ceive a list of ,10 questions, prepared There are twenty-fiv- e men abovo the ago limit for six aesoclatedwith the American Tele- is a happy Chinejo groom of (f, wno two each by Edison, Gov. Edwards', EAGLE"MIKADO". Pendl'No.174 months after the legal end of the phono and Telegraph Company com- nM taken unt0 hlra8elt a w,f0 of thQ Prestv Hibben of Princeton, Dean Ma- war. Telephone System mature ng8 ot 7 prising tho Bell bel Douglas of Rutgers college and DifmrHRTV While the Labor Department is and over 9,000 Independent compa- Tnes(; youtMul honeymooners are former Gov. Stokes. The prize for not charged with the duty of facili- niea whose telephone stations are not alon& among the marrled cn. the- best answers is a free railroad For Sale at your Dealer Made in firo trades tating Industrial relations In the connected with the Bell System, and Uren 0, tUe dtjr the censu8 takers ticket to tho Pan American conferASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND transportation field, tho machinists' over 900 independent companies lhavlng ,ocatod forty.f0ur grooms ence of women at Baltimore tho latter ' EAGLE MIKADO complaint was taken up, and tho the whose telephone stations are not con-- 1 whjDge agea rang0 tr0 10 t0 15 part ot April. government has no power to enforce nocted with the Bell System. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK and 145 br(les who have not yot celo. any policy, Secretary Davis has States brated the,r m,eenth birthday, There nre in the United POWER GONE TO WASTE besought to get nn understanding of rural telephono lines ;panfB6 Btyle tween the men and the management. and associations operated mainly on Mo"t of 'the wlvea ,n Tok)o are If we accept the views of tho late a mutual or cooperative oasis (not I young, statisticians having worked Mr. Darwin and others that tho eariy 1877 the Boston Globe congratulat- was confident the telephone could be ed its readers on presenting "the applied. Tho lecture and experirated as companies), ot which out tho average age of tho married man animal was as hairy as say tho dispatch ever sent to a news000 connect with the Bell System. ments wero an unqualified success. women of tho city, finding it to bo be- chimpanzee it seems a pity that when first FOR FLETCHER The American Telephone" and Tel- low thirty years, arrangement was changed it was paper by a human voice over the This special to tho Globe has beea tho I by the newly Invented tele? egraph Company is the parent comdecided to retain tile vegetation on wires dispatc.i filled nearly transmitted in the presence ot about pany of the Bell Systom. Besides TltOPIGAIi fll'IDEK MAKES chin and Jaws. What a mistake! phone." Tho the 'HEARS1 TELEPHONE ot a column, and in twenty, who have thus been witnesses TROUBLE FOH TELEPHONE What untold horsepower has been ex- three-fourtTHROUGH FINGERS giving a centralized and administrato a feat never bctoro attempted, that tive service to its associated compapended in the mere Bhaving ot that part read as follows: "Salem, February 12, 10:GG P. M. Is, the sending of a newspaper dismessage nies, it ties them together with Us are stubble daily or a What Certain parts ot South America "Hearing" a telophone v Prof.. A. Graham Bell lectured on patch over tho' space of eighteen through her finger tips is ono of the own long distance lines. It maintains the- - habitat of a large spider that waste and annoyance! Farm JourWlt-let- ta for tho whole. Bell System the re- weaves Its web around tho telephone nal. his Invention at Lyceum Hall this ev- miles by tho human voice and all ) romarkable accomplishments of ening. The lecture was one ot a this wonder accomplished in a time pupil search, Investigating and experimen wires strung on the crossarms ot sixteen-year-ol- d : , Huggins, course oftho Essex Institute and not much longer than would bo condepartments, tho manufacturing poles. The spjder Is enormous and FIRST DISPATCH nY at the stato school for tho blind at tal TELEPHONE IN 177 nhnut flvn hiimlroil nnrsnnR worn sumed in an ordinary conversation Janosvlllo, Wis. Totally blind and department (tho Western Electric Its web is heavy and ot a thick texI present. He closed his lecturo by between two people tavthe same room, ac ture. sensi- Company) and supervises the a nervous deaf, this child-ha- s On Tuesday morning, February 13, 'stating tho practical uses to which he II. M. B." were companies The telephono developed that she counting and financial operations. tiveness so highly PROTEST DISCHARGE "flees" "hears"-b- y trM 01L.L.1U1N cuti. ,ip,i .m n,i, iin tinio they discovered that tho troublo Washington April t One bll- - arose from tho heavy snldor wehr.. 1lon dollars' worth of property will when the sun was out, tho webs were tRlf 'nnn.flflA j lio renlnlnim! nmlnr !.. - . .. -- '"- ui anu mere was no irounio; out at McNary Irrigation bll, ncconl'ng to night, when tho webs woro covored n tho Senate. reclamation U wth dow short cIrcuUs occurred. Tho Supporters of tho bill, which pro- - on,y rcme(jr g conBtant ,)rushlng vldes for tho Irrigation of arid wasto nway of tho weJfi ,rom tho tcIennono lands and tho drainage of swamp wirC3 Iano3, declare that all previous gov ernment projects have resulted in the WHY POPCORN POPS IS recovery of lands worth thrco times REVEALED BY. SCIENCE the money spent In salvage. Their stutements are boro out by govern- - Bloomlngton, Ind., April 1. Why ment records. does popcorn pop? Ask Paul Wenth-erwaTq date, It was shown tho governa member of tho science dement has spent $130,000,000 on arid partment of Indiana University, who, and swamp lands. This reclamation after a special study of the complex work restored approximately 1,000,-00- 0 object, offers In brief the following acres of lauds In tho South and explanation: Wets. This land, according to feder"The popping of a grain, of corn is al estimates, Is now valued at $500,-000,0- an explosion due to the-- expanslqn, Crops raised on the re under pressure, of moisture containclaimed areas up until 1922 had a ed in the starch grains. Until the value of $400,000,000. Instant of the explosion this force is The government's records of re- confirned by tho celloldal matrix In claimed territories produce Interest- which the stnrch grains are embedH Is shown t,hat 223 ded. Neither air nor any volatile oil ing statistic. towns havo been built on tho sal- Is In any wayi concerned with the vaged land and more than 32,800 process as the expansive m dlum. As farms occupied. There Is a total popu- a result of popping there Is hydrolation of 450,000 people of tho land, lysis of much of the starch a loss of which formerly consisted of arid moisture, and the obliteration of all or huge boggy swamps. cellular structure in the endospeum." havo All modern . conveniences been Instituted In reclaimed areas, it Thcr,e are nine Judicial circuits In is shown. There are 875 schools and the United States. G49 churches on these areas, according to government records. LOKENZ CLUB FEET Prosperity also Ecems to have MACHINE A SUCCESS followed' ths reclaimer, for the records show that 247 banks havo been New York, March 31. A copy of established on reclaimed land. These the machine invented'by Dr. Adolph banks, It Is added, havo deposits to- Lorenz, designed to cure club feet, talling 5143.539.S5C and are was used wlth success Wednesday at the- Kings County Hospital, the only institution in America possessing cftie, How Diphtheria I Contracted. boy. on a One often hear3 the expression, The machine was used by Dr. "My child caught a severe cold which Ralph C. Williams, an attending ordeveloped Into diphtheria," when the thopedic surgeon at the hospital, and truth was that the cold had simply was built in the machine shop of the left the little one particularly suscep- Institution. The machine Is a mechanical vies tible to the wandering diphtheria germ. If your child has a cold when wjtn two arms, a gripper and a Is prevalent you should tor pulley. The proper amount of take him out of schdol and keep him ' leverage required to break down tho off the street until fully recovered, as adhesions and Joint formations to Is a hundred times more dan-uUthe state of the club foot Is conger o.f his taking diphtheria when lis 'trolled at any time In the hands of a has a cold. When Chamberlain's competent orthopedic surgeon. Ccugh Remedy Is glen it quicKiy MOTHERS VERE FLAPPERS. cures tho cold and lessens the danger of diphtheria or any other germ dism According to Miss Eleanor Adams, ease being contracted. . president of Oxford College for Wom- en, of Ohio, the mothers of our mod- COXSCRIPTION IN FRANCE O IN ARMY Crn girls who 25 years ago had their TO KEEP "balloon" "merry widow" hat, for-b- e, wire "rat" of Paris, April 1. Conscription will sleeves, continued In France indefinitely, mer pompadour, and "Boston dip" altho the term of service may be re- - waist, were flappers but for the fact duced next year to one year Instead that such a name was not known at that time. Miss Adams lefends the of two or eighteen months. bobbed-haire- d wear-whe- n This was definitely established galosh-floppinskirts of today, mUItary er of knee-lengt- h the. terms of the new service law became known. It pro- - She says: "The modern girl has Her surplus for a standing army of 675,000 veloped Initiative. ergy expends itself In radical opinion, Including th& colonial troops, the extreme dress and. restlessness." much perplexed when In tho Into en,,:'i nd nights frequent short ev- - a.. Children Cry for Fletcher's ar Hfli fiffl ? &jC&&far7', "Just-as-good" 1 fill x, Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu use for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature' of and has been made under his per- GOnai supervision since Its infancy. A11ow no one t0 decelve you Jn thl's All Counterfeits, Imitations and nre but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has , been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach 'and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What 5s CASTORIA 00. GENUINE CASTORJA 'Bears the Signature of ALWAYS """ s el k9 VS'&&z V fjr &0mm' V -"- && Iii fee For Over Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THB CENTAUR COMI'ANY, NKW VOWK CITY, Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. re The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper O7.-,)0- It g, es en-me- n. ' , , of --- &- flr I --- S - H!fiM . Children Cry CASTOR A hs T' A , i t ? I '. ( Ii i 1 t Ft f ! i It charged s6rvlco men bo right ought to pass, If not it should not beSTRAY STREAKS come n law, thero can bo nothing clso to It. Personally we don't be(Dy Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by COMTANT lieve In a promiscuous bonus because,' pARTFORD PRINTING In, through and by Volstead tomo , from our vlowpolnt if seems to us Incorporated that commercialism Is being substi- get no red llcker, By nnd through tuted for wiat everybody has been tho bootlegger others get white mulo W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor speaking of as patriotism, From Instead. and Business Manager. porsonal observations Instances coming to our knowledge the Powder puffs aro not first but Entered according tp law at tuo has don and Is doing a gen- prior aids, 'causo we notice all the JPoitoftice, Hartford, iff., gj wall erous part by thoss irho were In any girls use said puffs on their nnnn hn- BUUtCI Si IbS leCODd 0lB68t WHHK jnrapacltatcd by reason pf fore going out where ITiey may be I ",n"n their service. Nn nlKi.tlnn rAi. Address all communications raised upon that score, although in The Hartford Republican. stances hero and there may bo cited Just about the time the water comtto the contrary, as there must lie mences to clear-u- p so's wo can go some failures where there are so fishing nnd the ground is nearly dry NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS many to deal with. Should the bonus enough for our wife to garden It ups Subscribers desiring tho paper sont bill be adopted nnd become a law we and rains another downpour. flo a new address must give the old believe that it should carry a means Udreas in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c of paylhent and we feel that no better Albert Cox a prosperous and hard ler line, and 8c per llje for each method for raising the money could working farmer of near Sulphur , Insertion. by Springs has been In Hartford s Obituaries, Resolutions ind Cards be devised than by a sales tax, as much 6c for et Thanks, lc per word, and money that system every Individual nlmost, during the past several --,n0ntn8 tnat' mch head line and slgnautre, would benr n share In thojacrlflce to the Board ordere.' fft. Town Mnrahai tm advance. pay the bonus bills. The poorer class tb collect po ' Ux offen hnK Mrl Church Notices for servlcea free, because they do lint other advertisements, lc "per would not pay muchmiddle and more Cox T.- -s still kicking about tho as- -' C&ii jrord." not buy much, the sessment when wo went to press, j will wealthy classes would bear the Anonymous communications 1-tfav. 3 Ttcelve no attention. ler burdens of the tax, in tv We positively refuse to become extheir purcb fact that ftre neavieri cited on reading reports of the style TELEPHONE and of the ror C0Blly c,ass f nll show In Louisville. We'd n legged article upon which a sales-ta- x could slto rather watch a pole with a 69 Farmers Mutual be laid. A better sounding way might line tied to tho opposite end, and on bo adopted, by commencing, the taxa- the lower end of that line a .APRIL tion of tho rich, those with largo InFRIDAY,. book and on said hook comes and persons and firms making three or four pink wriggly worms. most That's rear-fun- ? At the present rate Of progress In large profits, J;ut they would assuredly find a method of passing It IE rum thieves roundlng-u- p and vain ninety-nin- e From nn experiment station in rious other sorts of bandits In down to the fellow belpw cases out of each Wisconsin comes the report that af"Louisville the city ought soon to be a man who buys much ter a diet consisting tolerably safe place lor a By a sales-ta- x made a part of whitepine sawwould have much to pay, the poor of Country Gentleman to visit. man who buys but little would, of dust in their ration, cows showed no or visible change In their weight They are having troublo in Louls--vil- le course, pay but little. m print the milk production. We over the naming of the proposed new Girls' Hich School. There Is Watt Taylor, of. Route 2, Center) above for the use and benefit of Joe ..said to be quite a bit in a name and town, has arranged for a big sale of Hagerman, Bell and Carden. they should 'be careful and not ruin agricultural implements and machin We understand that Ike Mason has the School by making a bungle In ery and some good mules, on April -- tho name. 15th. See his advertisement on page given Judge Wedding a pair ot bran-ne- w trousers. We wouldn't be much 3, this issue. 8'prlzed if there hain't two fellows A report has McNIder, head of the in for trouble. The Judge shorely National American Legion, saying ought to know, bein' as he is learned that tho Legion and the American MINE CHIEF AWAITS Federation of Labor are soon to be NOLAN OFFER RESULT in the law, that there's some sort of penalty attached for receiving propIound working hand in hand for their erty obtained In certain ways. etc. What are the rest of us Interest to do when that time comes? New York, April 5. John L. .Lewis Howard Ellis or Mut Hunter, we president of the United Mine Work dlsremember which It was, told us The most lengthy article we no- ers, established temporary strike I night with Ml3s Carrie Lake. TAFFY have moved their saw mill on Tom ticed of the "Fatty" Arbuckle trial, headquarters in New York today to that Louie Fulkerson told him or Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Patton were McQuary'a farm, near Bells Run y, papers of some of his exciting them about the third one, in the await the outcome of 'the House La- times and adventures whlleout West Mnster Gayle Kirk Is spending Farmers are busy with their spring guests of Mr. Thunnan Patton and occupied only ten lines, inSunday night. bor Committee's Invitation to bitu in his early days, or maybe It was work while the good women are busy week with his sister, Mrs. Tibitbv 8 point headlines. cluding the two Messrs. Ira D. and J. E. Funk Taylor and Mr. Taylor. minous coal operators to join the min 'long about his middle days. 'Any- gardening nnd taking care ot their And some would tell us that things ers-Ia wage conference at Washinghow Louie claims to have been.tackl-e- d back-yar- d growing better. in general are not poultry lot. ton D. C. by two big ferocious wildcats as Mrs. Walk Mldkitf is the guest ot advice he was picking berries in a thick" further While awaiting Quite a lot of noise Is b&Ing made Congressman Nolan, chairman briar patch, (the thorny sort) and he her daughter, Mrs. Lonnie Wade and and numerous objections raised be- from the National of the House committee, Mr. Lewis killed both of them cats "with his Mr. Wade. cause of the fact that attempt to hast bare hands and never got a scratch, j Mr. and Mrs. AubreyNewcomb visAdministration ls.lettlng out Govern- announced he would said to be Demo- en negotiations for settlement of the ited In the Washington neighborhood ment I miners' and NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS. Saturday night, and attended church crats. One would think that the in anthracite strike thru theon wage con "Dog Law," requlr- - at Washington. cumbents being turned out simply operators' subcommittee The Sunday school was organized at grew up In the various departments tract negotiations, in session here. Ing all dog owners to procure licenses Referring to reports from Wash- and tags for their dogs each year, was the Baptist church Sunday. Every Jike mushrooms, overnight. How did they get there? Did you ever stop ington that operators of Ohio and NOT REPEALED by the Legislature one is invited to attend. (Indiana had sent telegrams to Mr. Telephone The farmers Mutual adjourned. Dog owners who 1o think? They either were appointwith the Just store ed to a newly created berth or plant- Nolan declining to meet have not already done so, are here- Company met at F. Taylor's by warned to get such licenses and Monday, and transacted considerable ed in one vacated by the same sort miners, Mr. Lewis said: "I have not received any official tags from the County Clerk promptly, business. of method, when Wilson, McAdoo & reput rollers untUr Republicans notification that the operators Mr. and Mrs. Holland Gra; mov Co., otherwise- the- - prosecution of such defused the invitation. I can only re- linquents will be continued. during the eight years' regime of the ed on Melvln Bartlett's farm, Inst Displacing a Democrat affirm our willingness to negotiate OTTO C. MARTIN, Democrats. week." any time." County Attorney. Is now a disruption and disregard of with them at Miss Cova Kirk spent Saturday Will Protect Property. the civil Service rules and regulations reand something of'a crime, but-thMr. Lewis appeared well pleased placing of Republicans through the with the attitude taken by the coneight year period by Democrats was, gressmen toward his presentation of at all times, only for the good of the the miner's case and expressed a beservice. Yes It makes a difference. lief that the workers had' estabOwsley Stanley, one of Kentucky s lished their sincerity of purpose at Senators froths at the mouth, so to the hearings In Washington. speak, of course ho Is expected to do 'Our position remains unassailable' that, If he failed ho wquUI be de he said. "There also seems to be a nounced by the folks back home, and' sympathetic response on the part of lose his good standing with the par- - the public to our efforts to settle ty. Should he and his Party suc- peaceably our controversy with the ceed the present Administration there operators." would not be a Republican officeWhatever may be the reply ot the holder In Washington or any other onsrators to Congressman Nolan's . place In the Country, worth mention-proposal, the miners will continue to sPII Xi. Bk9V)M 34 1LIillI , J? Tj 1L xWkS. 9 fm ing, within twelve months after the keep their maintenance men In the do mines, In accordance with tho We chango In Administration. not believe In disrupting service, to agreement, Mr. Lewis stated lowering the grade, but we do think Ho vigorously denied reports that, the average felTow should take the unless the bituminous operators medicine prescribed by his Doctor. agreed to a conference, the union "We again repeat what we have here-- j men would withdraw from the col- tofore said: During tha Wilson firemen and Merles all engineers, tZigS?'' Jl3 lM It was utterly impossi- pumpmen detailed to .protect prop nig';JP proble for a Republican to either erty while the strike on. cure or continue to hold any sort of Declares Strike Effective. Governmental position If there was a The strike, both In the bituminous Democratic applicant. You may call you so desire, but and anthracite fields, is effective 100 it civil service' If The Edmonds Shoe Company of Milwaukee, rethat does not alter the situation or per cent, Mr. Lewis' said. 'Altlioindi11 makesjust ONE shoe, on three lasts. Army last, -ports were to incomplete' to the facts. medium toe and narrow toe. cate to what extent the lOO.OOp nonWhen we go to erect a building, the first and most What we think about the Bonus union miners had Joined the wsjlrfout, Every pair is made of the highest grade of maimportant part is a good foundation. So it is and proposition has nothing whatever to he asserted, "the strike is rapidly" behogany calf. n terrido with whether we are to have It ing extended Into should be with every farmer when ,you go to break It is impossible to make a better shoe. They are or whether we do" not. It is more tory." your ground for corn or any other farm product able to produce much better value in this way,, and "The miners' submitted an exhibit than likely that the Senate will pass you are making the foundation for yourufarm prowe in turn pass it, on to the trade. It, of that tho, we are not certain. entitled, "The Justification for an Inducts, and it should be built right. Ueyond doubt many In the Lowor crease in the Wage Rates ot Contract The Wonderful Shoes are sold at $7.00 per pair. Buy a No. 11 Oliver Sulky Plow with a combination House supported and voted for the Miners.' Tho exhibit covered a numpays you best to buy "Edmonds Foot-Fitters- :" . Rolling Coulter and Jointer and .you will have no measure because of fear of the or- ber of matters the miners believe ganization backing tho move for a reasons to sustain their demand for trouble in making a.good seed bed for your farm proPrice $7.00 bonus. We imagine tho Senate tp an Increase in the wage rates of conducts. pretty much the same plight. tract miners. Tho exhibit touched be In The papers carry notices from the on standards established by tho pub High-up- s tiien must lic, skill and experience required in that watch their Senators. We do not ad- -' anthracite mines, degTeo of responsl-jnlr- e HARTFORD, KY. HARTFORD, KY. the veiled threat wo see coming blllty of tho anthracite miner, mor- some of the returned Soldiers, tallty from nll causes among coal iiom ,Jf the proposition to reward tho dls- - miners In the United States. The Hartford Republican Ford Cars Ford Truck: u Pov-ornme- nt I "" ij, al f L r'". J ". buy a Ford Car or Truck on our Time per cent, Payment Plan and pay as you ride 33 40 per cent or 50 per cent cash, balance in monthly installments for six, eight, ten or twelve months. Yot -- ' d. long-continu- one-four- th you will call on us we will explain to Jyou the details and advantages of this plan. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. -- y Wed--nesda- -- I rs Hi! r 'i - llBi&C'4iBHllAL iKkjKMKKv 9 ( Jr I pre-rtri- ke Em7B8& SBSBj' BBhP Brr'nttifc'YrtFi JBBH 1 J Ffy tr yra The One Best Shoe in The U. S. at The Price No. Oliver Sulky Plow non-unio- it ACTON BROTHERS -- CARSON & COMPANY f '7M- tor r J Bed Spot Paint and Varnish at Mr. Silas L, Stevens of Beaver Dam 4112 ACTON BROS. was a caller at this office Tuesdny, SPRING SALE! We Extend to You a Very Special Invita-- r tion to be Present at the Opening t 1R-of Our L. W - I Rev. M. G. Snell of tho Central FOK HALE Good work mule, good condition, 8 years old nndjic Grove country was a caller at this office Monday. " hands high. R, B, MAnTIN,Hartford. , Dr. S. II. Heavrin, of Ow.ensbpro Mrs. Sarah Bennett of Centertown, was the guost of his brother, M. L. Heavrin and Mrs. Heavrin. Monday Is spending a week with her daughter, Mrs. II. II. Pendleton and Dr. and Tuesday, of this city. Pendleton, here. , Equip your car with Goodyear Dla Mr. Searcy Gentry, who has recent- mond Tread Casings and have less ly been discharged from tho army, tire trouble and moro miles per gal Is the guest of his brother-in-laMr. Ion of gas. 41t2 ACTON BROS, Dealer. J. W. Wilson and family. Dr. J. R. Pirtle, city, will leave to morrow afternoon for Frankfort, where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, 3Ct9 Beaver Dam, Ky., S. "Main St Vernon Llgon and Mr. Llgon until Monday, when ho will return to Mr. Oscar Bennett made a business Louisville to attend tho meeting of trip to Louisville, Lexington and the Kentucky Dental Association. He Frankfort Tuesday of last week, re will return home Wednesday night. turning Friday-- the following. Attorney M, L. Heavrin left Tuesday for Washington, D. C. to spend Miss Leila Glenn of the Central Clt) high school faculty, sperit last about eight days the guest of his Mrs. week-en- d with her parents, Judge brother, Mr. Roy Heavrin. toHeavrin will go to Louisville and Mrs. J. S. Glenn of this city. morrow or Sunday to remain the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. B. Rpsen-flelMr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward reuntil Mr. Heavrln's return, turned Wednesday, from Louisville, when she will accompany him home. where they had spent a week, the guests of their son, Ernest, and fami Mr. W. C. Heal, together with his ly. family, who have been occupying Get your Seeds, Fertilizer Farming Implements, from and d, I jfi.m. VTN. fmlMlMt BIG SPRING SALE . Beginning jf i jj 7 SATURDAY and continuing to T !Stffp0L The First Breath of Spring makes you want to go tripping forth in lace petticoats and flowered voile. It also wakes you up to the fact that you're going to need a powerful lot of Spring Clothes. k Saturday, April 15th; Our big circular will reach you in due time. Read it carefully; every item is worthy of your attention. Our entire line of Spring Fabrics will be on display. We will do our utmost to make your time spent in our store profitable and pleasant. Tell your friends about it. you. REMEMBER, our salespeople are ready to serve There is only one BOSS in our store, and that is the customer. Your will is our pleasure, McCall Patterns carried in stock. - ' SEE US DURING THE SALE. tf A the home of Mr. W. G. Bennett, while the Just received a shipment of fine latter spent the winter In Delray, Shoes and Slippers, guaranteed all Fla., have taken rooms in the home leather, at good prices. Made by of Mrs. W. F. Acton. Mr. Bennett Friedman-Shelband daughter, Miss Esther, will reM. T. LIKENS, Hertford. turn to their home within the near , future. Mr.. Beverly McConnel, a student ln'tho Western Ky. State Normnrf I will start my truck on or about Bowling Green, spent last week-en- d March 29th, from Hartford to with friends and relatives In this city hauling freight and passenand Simmons. gers, every day that I can get sufficient business to pay. Daily round Miss Cora Hagerman was the guest trip. I solicit the patronage of the last public In general, especially the busiof Nina Cornell at Bishenor, Sunday. Miss Cornell accompanied ness firms of Hartford. V111 give you Miss Hagerman home, and remained quick delivery. 40t2 W. E. ELLIS, Hartford. her guest until Wednesday. y. If you can sew, or can capture a dressmaker, you are in rare luck, because fabrics have never been so beautiful as they are this year, and it's been many a long day since they've been so cheap. Many of them are entirely new this year. All we ask is that you come inland give us an opportunity to help you select such articles as you may need for Milady's wardrobe. ;C jMl&Ga r vvThe Hartford OTUDAi, BONDPRICES Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman and little grandson, Edmond Allen Benwith the Liberty nett, spent last week-en- d former's son, Mr. Rollle Foreman, Liberty 1st 4s , Liberty 2d 4a and Mrs. Foreman, near Narrows. Liberty 1st 4 Us Judce John B. Wilson went to Lex- - Liberty 2d ineton yesterday, to visit his son, Liberty 3d 4 '4a , John Allen, and tho other Ohio Coun- - Liberty 4th tlans who are in school at the Ken Victory Victory tucky State University. f'l$99.02 98.80 99.32 99.0G. -' 3s 4s 4s 4a 3s 99.50 99.28 100.04 100.90 Carson (& Co. Hartford; Kentucky. Republican ii'idii . SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE-PERKINv' S Sets. At The Best Stands. , PERSONAL NEWS .AND SOCIAL EVENTS i Miss Emma Park room with illness. Is confined to her nt cuj prices. Druggets, ltugs and Floor Oilcloth M. T. LIKENS. Mrs. W. F. Acton has recently built nn addition o her residence on Clay Streel. Call TICHENOIt-MILLER MOTOR 1' Co., any old time. Mr,, for Taxi Service day, night or and Mrs. E. S. Howar'd and w.ere in Beaver " Dam.Monday. daughter, ,Tryih,ena, fr a Mr. Noatley Jones Roiio 5 Harta caller at this office while v Jn towii Monday, ford., was Ellis, whose Illness we mentioned heretofore, la thought to Mrs, B. S. be convalescent. Mr. ,H. M. Beard, of Hardlnsburg, w,lth,the State Tax Commission, was In Hartford yesterday. to. begin building his new meat market opposite the Court House. - Joe Wilson is making preparations line for men and "Mr. Shamrock brand Overalls, complete boya, price right. DEVER BROS, Hartford. of and Mrs. J. C. Jackson, Lexington, are the guests of; relatlvea In the Centertown community. Mrs. E. B, Brown attended .the funeral and burial of her little nephew, Samuel Lewis Foster, which, took placo Monday, - i J f Miss Amelia PIrtle will go Jq 1?rnnVfnrt Inmnrrnw. whero shft Will bo the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ver- non Llgon,-fo- r three weeks. "" ; ;A Wes KltElL'oua Xlly Bulbs, nppjy, nt The Ladies' Aid ofa Nocreek, at the wfll give Bazaar tills office, but do jour own digging. ley Chapel church Wednesday night, April 'the candles and all Attorney Cecil H. Heavrin was In 12th. Home-mad- e kinds of refreshments will be on sale. OwenBboro Wednesday.jon business. . Everybody Invited. VOK SALE Pour good work horses, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Payton of route It, L. DEVER, See In 3 Beaver Dauu spent last week-en- d Ky. 40t2t Hartford, this-cltthe gUests of Mrs. Payton's Leach, Mr. Leach The best placo to get your furni- sister, Mrs. Wayne and other relatives. ture and floor coverings is at ACTON 4U2 BROS. Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Culley and lltle son, Don Carlos Jr , who spent Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fulkerson and about three weeks In this city, the Mrs. Bettie Fulkerson spent Wednes- irnpsts of Mr. Cullev's sister. Mrs. L. day in Kronos. G. Barrett and Mr. Barrett", return ed to their home in Stanley Sunday. The new brltk garaget being erected by Talor, Morris and Wallace, on Mr. Mervel Rhoads who for the Main Street, Is almost completed. past few months had been employed with the firm of Leach & Leach, JoinBefore purchasing your ed his parents on Route 2. Hartford, work write C. W. Monday. Robert HImes has accepted Green, Ky. Agents Wanted. the position recently vacated by Mr. Rhoads. Mr. A. C. Porter, manager of the Creasoy Corporation, Paducah, spent Mrs. Marie Wells who spent the with Tkirs. Porter here. winter In this city with her son, G. last week-en- d B. Wells and Mrs. Wells, left last Mrs. A. D. White, whose illness, we Friday for Lewisburs; Ky.r where mentioned heretofore, as being criti- she will mako an extended visit to cal, is in a very precarious condition. her daughter, Mrs. J. G. GIbbs and Mr. Glbbsj J. C. Her .of the Merchants Wholewill and family sale Grocery Co., Louisville, Mr, Joo Westerfleld spend Sunday in Hartford among have moved from, their home on Walfriends. nut Strset, which they recently sold to Mrs. Anna J. Bennett, to their Mr. and Mrs. Purn Shreve and baby farm Just across Rough River Bridge guests of friends Mrs. Bennett will move within the of Centertown,-wef- o ys and relatlvea In Hartford a few-danear future, o her new home. "'. last week. Mrs. J. Walter'Greep of. Commerce, Mr. and Mrs. Protus Taylor, Mra. Texas, will hrrlve.about the 18th, to J. O, Westerfleld and son Elvis, of spend severaLYeeka with her parents, Route 6, Hartford, were in town, last Mr. and MrsSThad Barnardon Routo Saturday. 2, Hartford',' and her sister, Mra. G. B. Rev. Wfill8.clty. Her husband, Mrs Ranney, wife, of County Court Grjaep, will Join her about tho first Clerk, Guy Ranney, Is very 111 of of May. acute indigestion at her home on Main Street. Mr. Tom .Ca3ebjer- - returned to his hpmo" in Central City last Saturday, Messrs Morgan Patterson, J E. after attending the funeral of his sis Casebler, Miller, K. C. Byera and Jesse Byers Mrs. Jesso of the Olaton country were In Hart- which took Place last Thursday, and ford yesterday. remaining the guest bt hlB mother, Mrs. Hulda Casebler, and other rela Mrs. R. F. Jones returned to her tives in Hartford. home in Madisonvllle, Monday after spending a few days In Hartford the We will start the Ice Wagons tho guest of relatives. first day of April id Hartford, deliv ering Monday, Wednesday and SaturMr. Arthur Leach who has had em- day of each week. After JhCj weather ployment In Herrln, 111., for the past geta warmer will deliver dally, exseveral months, returned to hls'home cept on Sunday. Ice, 80c per hun'"4012 here last Friday to remain for(some dred. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford. time. -y, '' -- v Hf A Waterloo Boy Does Your Work The Way You Want It Done When you buy a Waterloo Boy Tractor you get the kind of service the service you want. The Waterloo Boy handles your that pays most power jobs, both drawbar and belt, the way you want them done. engine gives you 12 H. P. at the drawbar, nndS H. P. on the belt-- It Its twin-cylinder priced fuel into rugged, positive pov er. burns kerosene, and. by means of a patented manifold converts every drop of this low WATERLOO BOY TRACTOR A pump, ftii, and radiator cooling system holds, the engine at the ptopar temperature for correct lubrication, and. maintains enough beat to insure complete combustion. The radiator holds thirteen gallon. You don't nave to stop in the field every few hours on a bot day and fill it That's real service. Accessibility and simplicity of construction soak the Waterloo Boy a real farmer's tractor. Two - JOHNitDEERE ter-in-la- cylinder design permits large, rugged parts, also fewer parts. Fewer parts make it easy to understand. It's easy to care for a Waterloo Boy. The Waterloo Boy is especially strong and rugged in its construction. It stands up under the most difficult and trying conditions of your farm work. Its various parts are Jislgned to. meet every possible strain. Its weight provides proper traction in soft ground. ' I. . You tave to see the Waterloo Boy to appreciate It fully. Come In and we w W show you and teH you why the Waterloo Boy to the right tractor for your farm. X t) 1 &H eTj"'' t. FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Munugr D.N. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. WUH.H'lli'iUHIW'l iSSjiSEJil.v'l..juiia4t.mJJg)ia'y 11 ' - it mi m i' t ' .. 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Iamily of Xenla visited at Ham Jones' plied promptly, there is no danger of Sunday. infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or lUdgefield Press A big St. Ber- beast, Borozone is tho Ideal antisepnard dog came up Lounsbury lane tic and healing agent. Buy It now last week. He turned south and and be ready for an emergency. --went' along taking It easy and mindPrice 30c, GOc, and $1.20. Sold by m ing his own business, which Is nfore Ohio County Drug Co. than some people do. COUKTSIUP TICKLERS Marvell Herold Well, as news Is Lena You say his attentions to scarce as hen teeth, I'l'l go and be you have been marked. the tame, Leona Yes; he has' never taken BosMr. Werschky the price-ta- g off his presents. Ozark Spectator Is Betting along fine. He has got his ton Transcript. jieanuts shocked. Myron (talking about "the basd-ba-ll p- rri.rt fnnoViorQ nf til. team) Now, there's Simons. In Itfauston scliools enjoyed a faculty a few weeks he'll beXiour best man. supper Monday evening. The com-- ! Vera Oh ! What a nice way to ask Tjjittee consisted of MJss Wells, Mr. me. Boys' Magazine. Bonar, Miss Rhoade and Miss Mc- Evoy. Nearly all the teachers took Sinclair I think the world of you. Retho The world isn't so very out accident and health insurance tne past week. hard to get around, nowadays. Yale Record. Tutnam Patriot The large numRobert What is the matter? You ber of unshwen faces seen at tho morning church service Sunday was haven't' said a word in. the" last 20 minutes. caused by Joe Grley, the village having Injured his Index Helen I never speak when I have linger so severely that It incapacitat- nothing to say. Robert Oh, rare flower, be my ed him from professional duty. wife, will you? J. H. Hut-- j Southeast Mlssourian Stubson Think twice before you son of Bloomfleld, who died Sunday and was buried Monday, returned to refuse me. think should I Muriel Why li6 home Tuesday afternoon. twice? Stubson Because women never Cedar Falls Record George Han-- ( sen has accepted a position as wait- think twice tho same. New York ress at tho Empress lunchroom, com- Sun. . mencing his duties there today. CUIiLEI) CLIPPINGS I -- More than 200 Jackson county boys and girls enrolled n poultry clubs are boosting the poultry standardiza THE DOG WAS TIRED tion movement to put purebred Barred Plymouth Rocks on as many Gtn. Lawton never tired of telling farms ns possible in the County, according to W. R. R'eynolds, county tnls story which he said HliHur.KiO agent. Forty settings of eggs were Hi3 Irrepressible good humo- - if thn negro soldier. recently distributed in one week. The night of tho El Cnney affair, As a result of several demonstra when my division wns marching back tions on the best methods of pruning to El Pasco to take up a now position and spraying held In different Bar the next morning, L was sitting at the Crelgh-to- n ren county communities, several or- jsld of the road with Major of my Webb, inspector-generchards contajnlng nearly 3,000 trees attention which should staff. The men were filing past and have received prove helpful In Increasing the yields we watched them. We heard somo from them, County Agent J. O. Horn laughing and talking. "Here come the negro soldiers," ing says. Twensaid Webb, and sure enough the Infantry came along. The Tntprost nmong Morgan county ty-fifth was farmers in the improvement of their man who wis doing the talking two He carried corporal. ot orchards is centered around tne a home one owned by J. W. Henry, which ho guns and two cartridge belts loaded exis conducting as a demonstration in full, and tho man to whom th? County Agent R. B. tra gun belonged was limping along cooperation with Rankin and the College of Agricul beside him., The tall corporal was ture extension division. The orchard weighted down with his blanket and which contains-- 200 trees, is bring haversack, but in his arms he carried pruned and sprayed according to re- a dog, the mascot of his company. It is said to be the commendations. "Here corporal," said Webb, first one conducted as a demonstra- "didn't you march all last night?" try"Yes sir," said the corporal, tion for farmers of the county. --' . ing to salute. "And didn't you fight all day?" ' "Yes, sir." "And haven't you been marching ever since 10 o'clock tonight?" "Yes. rlr." "Well then," shouted Webb, 'what Jin thunder are you carrying that dog tor?." .. "Why, boss, the dog's tlrcu, waE reply You Must Have It To Keep theWsbb Just rolled over in the dirt Your Job, Your Friends, and laughed and cried like a boy. Milwaukee Journalr- Your HappThess. al six-fo'- known Hnuntcd Gallery. Through It have pnpsed shnkcspeare Charlcs If Queen Mary, of Queon Elizabeth, Scots,. Oliver Cromwell and a host of other historical personages. Cath- crino Howard, ono of Henry Vlll'a censorts passtd through It on her wny t0 t)l0 BCaffold. shultesneare's company performed piay8 n the Great Hall of Hampton Court Palnco at Christmas, 1603, and tj,0 rehersals took place In the wntchlne Chnmbcr. A fnntnrn nf tlm "llntinteil Gnllerv" wns a nlcturo of tho ''Wild Man and' Woman. brought by Martin Frobish- er from America, which Is supposed to have glym Shakespeare his first conception of Caliban. The doorway wns closed by King Georco 11 In 173G, who had the gal lery turned Into a habitable room. A GASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of l $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and cents cash for both papers. your subscription now. Don't delay. seventy-fiv- e Send in x. I perched atop the goats horns, crowing gloriously. A flock of geese honked uproariously from a comfortnble, but undignified position op their backs. Cows chewed their cud as though their tongues were Just a hit to big for them. Prohibition Agents Charles Edwards and Edward Sabiner raided Mike's farnf and found six huge stills In m t Mri.as.a&esossjj;rmvv:TVMigay t SS5Rnpr w mjf rovveiir&s trl else fills, Succeed when In nervous pror.tttuio' and ftmcle tenVn:sse ihev ate lfce Bunmnr E. remedy, oi thousands have rectified, ft J SSS& everything ? t I operation. -- .MAN'S SPINK CARRIES NAIL - Jl YEARS IlEFOHK REMOVAL f Ji is th2 best medietas ever told over n druggls-'- s counter. STOMACH TnOUBLfc VITALITY! VITALITY! VITALITY! Toronto, April 1. A nail Imbedded In a man's spine for twenty-on- e years has been removed, and the patient, Isaac Campbell of Caledonia, C. B., probably will recover, It was announced at the Western Hospital here today. It was found necessary to remove three vertebrae to get the hurt In a railnail. Campbell-wa- s road accident. Every Woman 1 Vanis FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Di'ioolred In water for douche ttopr mation.- Recommended Ly Lydin E. Finklinm Med. Co, for ten years. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- DIRECTORY ' Ohio County A healing vionJer for naml catarrh, ore throat and tore eye Economical. Hit itimn4fy clcjrtuigt atd ?cmur2f rvwrr. V.tn4J. Tl. PiUjnTo3.t Gmrttr. BoriguMtm. Thousands of thoughtless people needlessly let themselves run down In health. The day comes when, with a terrible shock, they suddenly realize that they are permanently broken in health... For your . ..... ,., , sake keep well. or do not sleep wen or are run down a poor color, and have Son't waUuntil it is too late. Gude's KICKAHD NOT GUILTY IS JURY'S VERDICT ...,, Health ,e give you renewed strength and vitality Tor your daily work. The healthy life is the only' not let it slip from happy life-- do y For thirty years Gude's Pepto- Mangan has been helping people who n back to good health, were ... ... . was maao inmous uy me iucuiwi It profession. Sold by druggists In both liquid and tablet form. Advertlse- incut. ood run-dow- ni -3-- C- CllAXGIXG TIMES I In Grandma's time they 'were content To go with ox teams where th'y went car, But now we use a And think it goes too slow by far. They took a month to make a trip. clip; Where nowrwe go at break-nec- k chafe at every slight delay And That holds us back upon our way. . hlgh.-power- ed In Grandma's time, when it was night for light; They used a tallow-dl- p But now we have electric glare As bright as daylight everywhere; They used to mane1 tne canines, iu, Where now there's not a thing to do But press a button in each room To rid ourselves of midnight gloom. In Grandma's time the female dress Was modest In Its lovllness; And shapely ankles were concealed, Or blushingly by chance revealed; But women now all seem to try To gain tho stares of passers-by- , And painted cheeks and gaudy hose Infest the parks and picture shows. Minneapolis Tribune. Iresb cow for sael. At home every atternoon. A. M. Yoder, Arapahoe, Colo. Tampa County Democrat Farm Bureau Auxiliary The meeting will ho hell with Mrs. Ed Foster at the county farm. Choyenne County News Good CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use ForOver30 Years Always bears the Signature of FAMOUS AVIATIUX JlETIItES A Independent Lost Elkhorn Ruth Law, who made the first airlieagle hound; male; black and white. plane flight from Chicago to New NVIdmayers meat It found return to York, and hold other flying records, .emporium. has announced her retirement. In Times Mrs. Wil- the 10 years she has flown she claims . lake County she has never had an accident. liam JUelvIn Is Improving at St. Berhospital In Chicago, where she nard's Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness underwent serving on tho Jury In and n general "no account" feeling superior court, No. 3, at Gary. tho is a sure sign of a torpid liver. Her- For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGee's Baby Elixir Is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts wholesome and pleasant to take. Price 25c and COc per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Company. quickly, Js puro, i DOOR CLOSED FOR 187 YEARS OPENED ii KMSOTED KHYN MAWK New York, March 28. George L. "Tex" RIckard, international sports nrnmoter. tonight was found not culltv of criminal assault on Sarah month: Judge R. R. Wedding. school girl, Sehoenfeld. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. court. Tho -",. Clerk Guy Ranney. n pftl veroici wm Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: had deliberated an hour and a Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jailer Nnt Hudson. over Rlctord. his face ; ftajSKd .went , QUARTERLY COURT and to his counsel, Convenes first Monday In each month. embracd L.m. FISCAL COURT "This la the happiest day of m Convenes Tuesday after first MonHe. exclaimed RIckard. first Tuesday in There ,vJs somo applause when the day In January; April and October, R. R. Wedding verdict was announced. County Judge, presiding. qw J. P. McCoy, Hartford. 1st District FEMALE WIZARD LKFT MILLIONS 2ml District W. C. Knott, Center- town. Q. B. nrawn, Simmons Described as "tho shrewdest wom- :Jnl District Mrs. 1th District J. R. Murphy, Fords: an operator In Wall street," ville. Sarah Wykoff Bent, who died a few months ago. Is reported to have left 5th District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart ford, R. F. D. No. 4. about 53,500,000, including valuable during the flth District Mack Martin, Narrows, Jewelry. It Is said that It. F. D .No. 2. panic of 1907, when steel dropped to J. Walter Taylor, Beabought 7th District nlmost nothing, Mrs. Bent ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. heavily and realized a profit oiv the BOARD OF EDUCATION rising market of $500,000. Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason t " A SPRING IDYL. Convenes First Monday In ever month. Mrs. I. S. Mason. S. S. 0.C. She was plump and beautnul, Secretary-Treasure- r. and He was madly fond of her; She hated him, but, womanlike, R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. G. tried to catch him. W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, HartHe was a flea. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. SPREE IN BARNYARD UiiUMKn hxiiiU iwiiif Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. Examinations. New York, March 31. The most Tor Common School Rlplonms hilarious spreo In years was staged In Michel Anton's barnyard at Mo- Fourth Friday and Saturday In Jnn-unrnnd Second Friday and Saturhawk Park, Just outside of Waterbu-ry- , day In May. To be hel-- ' In Fords-vlll- e, Conn., today. Turkeys, geeso, sheep, goats, cows, Beaver Dam and Hartford. pigs and chickens staggered and For Teachers' Certificates Third flopped about, gloriously drunk. Friday and Saturday In May, Juno Ono bleary-eye- d rooster Jumped at and Soptember. Except notice Is a staggering billy goat that didn't given to tho contrary tho latter exhave a leg to stand on and was soon aminations will be held in Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS Tax Commissioner- - R. F. Keown, Fordsvllle. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo Representative Ira Jones, White Run. HARTFORD l'ollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. " Council L. H. Bishop, Secy. CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday In September and fourth Monday In November: Judge George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. Glover ll. Lary, ConVth. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. Trustee Jury Fund L. b'. Tlchenor. ' COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday in each - R" I Ti Mothers use ) l i1 Sit frevS T "'"'- .,, JT iu. f lor uie uuutrzii Fasmoned J A Safe Old wiffifuie fl r l fiL Remedy for Worms Seven ty.Gveyearacontin. uouauie la the beat testimonial BEY'S VERktlFUCE can offer you. Keep a boltlo alwa'jra on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30cabottlentrouT3niriitcr general stote: or if your dealer can't lupplyyou.aendriii name and 30c in tttmtn and we U end you a Lottie promptly. LAS. FREY. BiWr, Ui. 5s) 8 WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A .- EywS33ivJEA KjQ&jSm7jOKZj3E3fV y i iqr LUKGS Trealir.enl - ttl P IA ttAF oi CONSUMPTION . feellnc. A quick relief tor tbtl tired, couchi", paint la chcit. night iweati. htmor. consumption, li it data bacei. wtik lunci or sot help, you It coata you nothing. $ Lock, box etc. OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMDU FOR.ONE MONTH fcrff a y, USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation, Ver-JLu- oE H 11 13 AD who Dr. Marlon Edwards from Bryn Mawr In 1898 graduated and who wns awarded tho European Jellowsnlp, the highest prize from tho Park, London, Aprl 11. After having needed. It oine Is tho medicine beon closed for 187 years, a blocked- mnkes the liver active, vltlllzea the blood .regulates the bowels and re- up doorway at Hampton Court Palaco stores a fine feeling of energy and has been reopened. It connects Henry VIII's Price COc. Sold by cheerfulness. find the well- ui Watching Chamber Ohio County Drug Co. .. "rookport K2f3iE llivrraa Robert L. Green, Judge. Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. Edd Cooper, Chairman. W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. Stllll Mason, Treasurer. Feel.rlRht nit tho time. Don't lay otk from work for days by taking: calomel x keeps yoe? when pleasant Uv- on your feet, whilo relieving your troubt le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Doift toko anything else. You can't affora it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses y tern and relieves constipation.?) A nafr ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. Ijr will won't bo long beforo completely displace calomel in ever home.'v Children can tako it freely an) with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Non genuine without tho likeness and eignad ture of L, K. Grigsby, For sale by jc f TInIoii "f Future to lie Unlit on where a total ot 400 farmers attend-Iilncoli- ii RESTORED ed. Hluliwny. Plans hnvo been received !y tho Ilureau of Public Honda, United Fnyctte I'lork Intuit Statu Ejtk SAYS ilticrr. DoimrtrtTcnt of Agriculture, for "Idcnl Section" of road to bo' Lsxlngton, Ky April 3. Fayotte tho constructed on tho Lincoln Highway county hntl tlio loading poultry flock the In February egg production among In Lako County, Ind., during Hardly coming summer. Tho designers' of tho 950 In tho State being conducted Cincinnati Man Was More Than Skin And road Intend to produce In It is demonstrations by their owners .this tholr vision of what tho main high- - who nro cooperating with tho Collego Bones From Stomach ways of tho country must bo In tho of Agriculture extension division In a winter egg laying project, the Trouble And Rheumafuture. Tho plans submitted by tho havo announced, of In- - lego poultrymen Highway Department tism. dlnnn show that tho section will ba The flock was owned by E. D. 4 1 and Quown, whoso 15 Rhode Island Reds miles In length will bo plnced In tho mlddlo of a 100- - ' produced an average of 20.6 "eggs a foot right of way. Tho roadway is to hell during tho month. This also was Has Enjoyed Perfect Health be 40 foot wldo and provision Is mado tho leading flock In tho group com Ever Since He Took Tan- for tho uao of concrete, bituminous posed of thoso having less than 50 lac Four Years Ago- iconcretc, or brick sections with - hens. Other leading flocks In tho same XOOt gravel Sliouwunj uu uuuu biuu ' TJicli typo of surface Is to bo of a Rroup were owned by Fred Shultz, "Four years ago I was completeto. wlthstnnd urecKennugi couiuy; u. w. urown, thickness calculated heavy traffic. Night travel will bo Nelson county, W. U. Reed, Hoyle- ly restored to health by Tanlac and Slmp- ever slnco that time I havo been just made safo by electric Jlghta 35 feet county, and Mrs. Tom Ollloaple, y In tho pink of condition," said ton county. tho roadway and at sultablo Tho second highest producing Schoff, 12 East Fifteenth St., on ono sldo of the road. All intervals flock among tho 950 and also the Cincinnati, Ohio. lectrlc wires will be underground. "I began taking Tanlac for stomgravel leading ono In tho group composed of pedestrlnns a For placed In ono of thoso having from 50 to 199 hens was ach trouble and I was hardly more side-wal- k will be strips of parking which owned by Mrs. J. J. Pierce, Livings than skin and bones. To make bad tho county. Mrs. Homer Glover( Mc- - matters worse rhcumatlsmNhad me aro to bo on each sldo of tho road, ton parking will receive effectlvuJLean county, owned tho third highest In Its clutches and all my muscles ,and the land-cap- o treatment. It Is not producing noc ammiy. u.c - e felt like' they were tied ln knots. the second highest pro-th"The first thing Tanlac did for me thought that prisont traffic Justifies flocks, and among this group. Own- - was tone up my stomach. After this duclng one width of roadway to be built, but me " It wasn't long before the rheumatism rather It Is intended as an object lessors oi group reina.u.ns iiuui A. Cobb, wero Mrs. II. same left me completely. I gained twenty-e8011 for tho future, and the traffic county; Leo Adams, Fayette ight pounds In weight and have oMiiitos to bo made on It will bo valu Fayette miiny questions as to county, and Mrs. R. F. Medder, Simp- kept It through all theso years. able In settling son county. When It comes to making a man feel the rslntlon of traffic density to road fine and keeping him that way Tanlac width, tho best methods of traffic by Itself." regulation, and other problems that largest Cholera Quarantine I His- Is ln aclass Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. Inrv Plnroil in -- each j " aro lwrnmlnc more Important by all leading drugon The most extensive quarantine of L. B. Bean and Tear. Federal aid will be granted gists everywhere. -- v,uvu (orrtory because or tno presenco oi this highway at tno raio oi hog cholera was recently cstabllsh- j, mile. CURES PATIKNT, CENSORED. ed by the Live Stock Sanitary Com- of Texas, 2 counties In the mission An Industrial nurs& at Fall River, Ml,1, Pod Pullets Heron... Poor par of .tlle 8tate l)e. finger ", Apr. J. ...- - - line nut under tho ban. Before tno Mass., treated the inlured completeof until U was Lexington, Ky., , tHo a t on hcrds ln fourths of the pullets hatched annua country, ly cured, when tho law permitted her which Is open-rang- e ,y , Kentucky grow into inspected by veterinarians of to render only fir3t aid. The state g ed hen and poor ayer Departnicnt of Ag- - medical Joar& has asked the police the ration fed iultry-cauio with tho to prosecute her. cooperation : i rlculture in are young .lacks (proton, authorltIes. Farmers and others who llvo at a men at the College of Agr.c ulture tho MwA from distance from a drug store should ray. This can bo corrected If tho havo caused 8e. keep in the house a bottle of Ballard's sou skim ;9noutbreak8 thicks are of tho dlsea,e and It may be needed milk or buttermilk that they can - Uno wa8 thought to be the Snow Llnlment.s. cuts, wounds, sores, at any time for J drink or havo a dry prevcnt meang sprains or rhenmntism. It Is a powat all times containing trom ton to, fl The ruling ot the com- healing and penetrating retne- 20 per cent .heat crafpnor '"k"Be L,8ion. however, permits shipments erful ,n. rdy. Price 25c, GOc and 51.00 per tUtlsCOpercentproteln thesa undcr For condlUoM bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug .purine the lint o month., tho be 8h,pped m Company. . mm-i- u nnnrnvp.i oatabllshmenU for Un masliaiso suuuiu "' siaugnier, uui wiu cms meal, it Was .. . to ten per cent bone mediate A RESSURRECTION' added. they are shipped must ba label- which i Suggestions given uy mo m .,cllolera.exDOSed hogs" and' must -- , Gertrude May Forge. , disinfected before us- men on chick feeding ; Incl uaer ceo. caterpillar spun, A Dlulsh-Oreefeed unt . mendatlons to withhold one October afternoon, a silken coo.u, tho chicks nro at least 48 hours only Hoes Intended for feeding, stock- - coon upon a willow tree. There It to avoid overfeeding, to feed can not be hung all winter long, looking to the me er or breeding purposes fresh clean feeds and to shipped until they havo been proper- unobservant like a shriveled brown as chicks on tho ground as soon ly immunized by an authorized vet- leaf! not acweather permits. Tho frosts of winter came, the ley any erinarian, and railroads can "After tho first teed of milk, cept such hogs for shipment until winds bk-- and the snow drifted on a good commercial chick grain or they have received a certificate from nnd around the willow, but the leaf- jjraln mixture made of equal parts of the veterinarian giving tho treatment. like home was not disturbed. finely ground cracked corn, cracked All wagons or trucks used In haul-ini- r' Spring at last had forced Winter addwheat and steel cut oats can bo hoes to and from tho railroad to relax Us liold on the meadow-lan"It is best accordingrfo regu where the brook now bubbled and ed," J. R. Smyth said. day must be disinfected d to feed this mixture five times a lations. Such hogs musi oe quuruu-tlne- gurgled over Its pebbly bed, all tuwilt clean In amounts that tho chicks on the buyer's premises for 30 multuous and joyous with awakened i. up in lo iiuhuh:d. life. Catkins hung ln tasseled dain"During the second.weeK, me Bamu . tiness on every branch of the bordern week craln mixture fed three times On Mo ing willows, and the alder bushes .i.m.i.i .n continued and a dry mash, Third of Trucks Overloaded wtTe 'beginning to put forth tiny good nachusetts Highway added to the chick feedt Any Every third truck on the Hartford leaves. commercial chick mash or. a home' It brought also a message to the .. nr -- nn Post maue mixture ui . nntinda -- - uruii. Snrlncfiold road and the Boston From one - "shriveled brown l'eaf.V pounds oIro(ul ,n Connecticut 'was loaded uo"0 pounds ot shorts, 20 pounds of '.yonu tho capacity of tha truck and tne jind of the cocdon. a head with two corn meal, one and - ,An(ln.iiil. fintonnnfl nilflhpfl OllL ' fol- charcoal, eight pounds of bono meal trc!Jj accordng to a report1 cover- ICUlUGtGU i..w. large, velvety body meat scrap Ine two weeks of I ii vnat I fn nn on 'lowed by the and 12 pounds of sifted I striped with red, brown and white. each roadway conducted by tho Bu may be used. weok, tno reau ot Public Roads of .the United It looked all body, for at tho sides "About tho seventh a States Department of Agriculture, in worei folded tho moist and crinkled grain mlxturo may be changed to twelfth cooperation with tho Connecticut wings. Its strong, hairy legs anxcoarser ono and by. tho iously sought a firm footing, and Overto Stato Highway Department week tho chicks should bo able fluttering being fed to loading occurred all typos of 'then, with a constant on eat tho samo size .grain movement, .those Insignificant look-- 1 laying hens. During the second to trucks, but was most common on the wings slffwly expanded and dried twelfth" weeks, the mash should bo trucks of 3 to 5 tons capacity. Ono Ind they measured tlvo Inches from truck was found to havo a 62 ' until kopt before tho chicks at all times ln tip to tip. Georgfous white, brown, or hopper and tho birds per cent overload. It was found that n a on regular black and' rod markings were revealgiven as much milk as they can drink. 89 per cent of the tru-kwith Its body a total wtlght of ed which harmonized trucking Unos had The Cecropla moth was reacolora. truck and load' In excess 'of 12 3,500 Rural IVoplo Go .To Winter tons, the maximum weight allowed by dy for flight a crcaturo ot exquislto . grace and rare coloring.''. Meets law In tho State. From tho ropulslvo, crawling, Lexington, Ky. April 3. More Kentucky farmers and caterpillar st'ago of tho year before, than 2,500 A prudent mother Is always on tho farmers' wives" wero reached with watch for symptoms of worms In her the samo life, transformed and beaufarms tiful, had emerged from Its appari cocoon to a fuller, sig- ent death In the tho est In play, and meetings held In 17 richer life of activity. menns ot 21 A White's Cream Vermifuge. Thus at each Joyous Easter season counties ot the State by the nal for didoses of this excellent remedy nn antlmatlon of tho rossurroctlon few Agriculture extension Collego of Tho puts an end to tho worms and tho comes to us from Gqd'a wonderful Invision, It has been nnnoncod. farm-orsl- n child soon acts naturally. Prlco 30 sect world; breathing a message of schedule was arranged so that by Ohio Counevery section of tho cents per bottle. Sold Hope' and Joy and Inflnlto peace to practically agty Drug Co. opportunity to hear all mankind. Stato had an spe"And with childhood's credulous at-- " ricultural and homo economics atHow Is Your Complexion? fection tho institution. Tho cialists from averaged wings ox- tendance at each meeting boau- - Wo behold thoso tender A woman should grow more pand, 100 persons, the report more than Llful as she grows older and she will Emblems of our own great rossurrec- states. with duo regard to baths, diet ana tlon, .29 until tholr recent From Nov. schools, exercise, and by keeping her liver aid Emblems of the bright and bettor close, winter short courses or bowels In good working order. If land." wero hold in .Campbell, Darren. Mar- you are haggard and yellow, your Meade, Lau, Our Dumb Animals, shall, Qrayson, Taylor, oyes losing their lustro and whites Doyle, Graves, Hopkins, Todd,., rel, yellowish, your flesh flabby, Montgom-.Daviess, Lincoln, Oldham, larg It may bo due to Indigestion or to a .,.i ifnrriann rount'es. Tho FOR FLETCHER'S slueelsh liver Chamberlain's Tab- a attendance at nnv ot tho meetings i lets correct these disorder. m tVom Daviess county, .j FARM DEPARTMENT. Pro-Statj IT COMPLETELY Hi 'a CALL ON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In oftiOFF col-Sta- te I ly 3-- , For Letter Heads Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. , G- Le-ro- 25-fo- ot BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ' Ac, IN STOOIS. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try ari "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Ti-xu- J1 ""jo in.- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED mill-work- er slM HARTFORD, ; NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS KENTUCKY ' ' employers to deayn the open market, take tho regular farm tasks on tho - succeeaing aay. favoritlsmr and collusion with con- r Washington Post The drop ln tractors. eggs shows that the. hens arc strong Country for normalcy. New York Times Once more tho Gentleman A plow fac- n' :t d, v ,... - .- . 1 irreat free Wcat has put New York in its place. No sooner does Colum bia university announce an enrollment ot 32,240 with the modest commentary that this seems to give our Mtv the lareest university ln the e world, than the Unlverlsty .of Cali those they sell. fornia proclaims a student body ol 43,2J"wlthout Including, tne uniChamberlain's Cough Remedy. versity tarni." The great benefit derived from the Forbes Magazine Work, not fig- use of Chamberlain's Cougji Remedy uring, ma'kes ends meet has, been gratefully acknowledged by many. Mrs. Denjamn F. Dlakeney, Scientific American It ought to Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's be pretty obvious that What makes cough Remedy is by far the best medfuel high to tho farmer ia the neces- icine for colds and coughs we. have sity ot getting it to him; and that ever used ln our family. I gave it what makes corn low at the farm Is to my children when small for croup n m the fact that It still has Its transpor-atlo- - and have taken It myself." fc pay for. Transporto buy and d SELLS dlL ESTATE FOR SONG. tatlon is today one ot thp moat which ot all the commodities colorl Lilllo Taylor, go to make possible the civilized life, in tho Inter- washerwoman, sued George West to and one which recover an oil estate at Homer, est of all, economize at every turn. La., valued! at up to J20.000.000, parChicago Dlado Some "crops de- which formerly belongedtto her ents. She won tho suit, sold one-ha- lf pend upon tho sun, but wild oats her royalty vto oil concerns for thrlvo best on moonshine. only $5,000 and gave the other half . high-pricewe-mus- tory that distributes largely in tho South recently cut its prices down to the 1914 level. '.Rs business the following month was the largest for that particular month ln Its history. This company found the way to brlng'back the farm trade. It Is establishing something- like a fair proportion goods farmers buy and between-th- gaag S Suffer? S NWoaderiforMe," Declares This Lady. "I suffered for ft long time with womanly weak- ness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, oi o spruce wviijr mM r,.j: " Pji gg Fjk Jl feS St.,Asheville,N.C. "I finally got to the place where it was an effort for I would have pains in es- my side and back me to go. bearing-dow- n ftl fekV back, and down in my Wjm rtW side th;re was a jrsar pPfl Ta deal ol soreness.' I was nervous and easily lip- - fit . 13 TAKE . ' Farmers' Dispatch self-feed- er ssrars." "? -'- uu-fore- nt :. i got to revise tlulr male progeny. Instead ot bringing thera up to bo presidents, they must hitters. raise them to be hom-ru- n A good hickory or ash bat should be in the equipment ot every nursery from now on. That, will suit thq youths more anyway. There Is no lad between eight and 18 In America today who would .not rather be Ruth than bo president. Kansas Clt; Star Th.e peace of Ireland passed all understanding. Capper's Weekly Now will someone please call a conference at Washington for the limitation ot argument, i Washington Post It's getting so nowadays a farmer can't tell which party ho" belongs to until ho reads the market report. to labor Opposition Outlook unions would have lacked much of ths'force that It has bad It It were not justified in part by abuses to which organized labor has occasionally given Its sanction. Ampng these abuses have been tho limitation ot output, limitation upon tho right of Mothers have to her attorneys. ambitions for their --WAS IT ONLY INSTINCT? The following story from a Massachusetts paper, whose name we do not know, was sent to us well vouched CARDUI The Woman's Tonic ." for; West, who conducts a farm "Elmer at Shaver Pond, near Grafton, owns which he turns a pair of loose to pasture while he, West, gars work-horses nc ; Children Ory V wortrt CASTOR A ally return before bedtime, and an locked ln the stable over night. Tho anlinals have worked together for years, and are great friends. "One night recently ono of the horses Of tho team returned without his mate, tho mare. The horse made so much disturbance, snorting nnd pawing tho ground, that Mr. West, who was busy with his chores, was diverted: from his task, "He put a bridle on the horso, and was then led: by tho animal across the pasture land to a swamp, where the mare was found mired to her West, with the aid of his hauncnes. farm hands, required six hours to dig the animal out. "The horse thus mired is twenty-seve- n years old. In qplte of her ago and harrowing experience, she recovered rapidly, and was able to under- - on with his cliores.' Tho horses usu- S g "I heard o! Cardui and decided to use ii," continues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was benefiting me, so I kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I have been glad to praise Cardui. It is the best woman's tonic made' Weak women need a tonic. Thousands and thousands, like Mrs. Simpson, have found Cardui of benefit torthem. Try Cardui lot your trouble. s s ALL nRIlfifilSTS 50vS ; - v- - , WINGTOR COMMENT Those who do not want education for tho peoplo of this country aro not Somo pdoplo don't want education, cither for themselves or for others. peoplo aro usually Unpatriotic liars. Hcnco It Is not surprising to find somo oppomnts of tho Towner-Sterlin- g bill, which will establish a Department of Education with a Secretary In tho President's Cabinet, saying thnt "tho peoplo don't want It." (Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. Editor, W. S, Tlnsley, Hartford, Hero aro tho nanus of somo organwhich do want It: Tho Na K. izations Managing Editor, Same. tno tional Education Association, Duslness Manager, Same. American Council on Education, tho 2. That tho owners aro: J. A. American Federation of Labor, tho of Women's Johnson, C. E. Smith, I. S. Mason, General Fedoratlon Clubs, the Daughters of tho Ameri- M. L. Heavrln, T. H. Dlack C. 0. S. A. Tlchenor, can Revolution, tho National Con Hunter, Worth Batcher, A. D. Kirk, W. C. gress of Mothers and Parent-Teache- rs League of Association, tho E. O. Barrass, W. S. Tinsley, Women Voters, the Woman's Chris- Mrs. C. M. Barnett, O, C. Martin, of tho Wo- Hartford; Z. Harrel, Rockport; J. A. tian Tcmperanco Union, men's Relief Corps, tho American Li- Bellamy, Whitesvllle; C. E. Crowder, brary Association, and thoScott!sh Horton, C. M. Taylor, J. A. Leach, Kite of Freemasonry. Denver. Dam; H. C. Crowder, Balze-towall in Kentucky. Some enemies of the bill, who don't 3. That tho known bondholders, want to see public school education In this country extended, raised tho mortgages, and other security holdcry that tho government must noT ers owning or holding 1 per cent or or more of total amount of bonds, mort "interfere" In state education, make any part of an" education pro gages, or other securities aro: Bank gram "compulsory." of Hartford, Hartford Ky. '4. That the two paragraphs next If any man ought to know what the bill Is intended to do, that man Is one abovo, giving tho names of tho own of Its authors. Representative Town- ers, stockholders, and security holder has just stated In regard to this ers, If nny, contain not only the list very point: of stockholders and security holders "We havo a Department of Agri- as they appear upon the books of the culture, yet In no way attempts to company but also, In enses where the dictate to the farmers, but only to stockholder or security holder aphelp them. We havo a Department pears upon the books of tho company of Commerce, but It doe3 not tell as trustco or in any other fiduciary commercial Interests what they shall relation, tho name of the person or do. We have a Department of Labor, corporation for whom such trustee is but It does not assume to dictate to acting, is given; also that the said two paragraphs contain statements labor. "Similarly, a Department of Educa- embracing affiant's full knowledge tion would In no senso dictate educa and belief as to tho circumstances and tion, but would place education in the conditions under which stockholders place where it belongs, and signify and security holders who do not apthe interest of. tho national govern- pear upon the books of the company ment in the problem of education, as trustees, hold stock and securities and help In every wayposslble." in a capicity other than that of a The reason enemies of education bona fido owner; and this affiant has bill with no reason to believe- - that any other fight the Towner-Sterlin- g falsehoods and perversions of its person, association, or corporation means is because there aro no patrio- has any interest direct or indirect In : tic American reasons which can be the said stock, bonds, or other seurged against it! t curities than as so stated by him. W. S. TINSLEY, "If you haven't got what you wanfi Sworn to and subscribed before me strike. If striking means dead babies, this 4th day of April, 1922. v? R. R. RILEY",. suffering women, enormous loss of Notary Public. property and general "demoralization My commission expires January 18 to industry, never mind. You may get 1926. better wages!" 14 Is If that isn't tho argument of those Nearly a quarter of a billion paswho believe that a coal striko or a railroad strike is the ono best bet sengers were carried by automobile when It comes to getting moro money in Canada in 1921. for less work, what Is? " "Tho right to striko" Is undoubt"What's the charge, officer?" "Vagrancy, your honor. He was It ed. But it doesn't stand alone. can only havo real existence when loafing around a street corner." "Ah, impersonating an officer." ooupled with "tho right to work." Dut strikers want not only to stop work Puppet. themselves, but to stop others from HARNETT'S CREEK working; not only to cut, off the flow of ooal from thoir mlnec, but to preSunday school was organized at vent, by sympathetic strikes Of others the inflow of coal from foreign ports Barnett's Creek church Sunday.with a largo attendance. or from Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhoads and minors. In other words, it 2s not to N"' ' children spent Sunday with Mrs. bo the justice of striking lmardi parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. but the suffering, tho loss, and tho Rhoad's general damage of a strike, which is Trogden. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover were to 'get those doiuands granted.. people. Wo guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Wado We are a pntlont Saturday night. have extreme toleranco for anything Mrs. Ella Hoover was tho guest of done in the name' of liberty, even if to exercise lib- Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Patton Sunday. it hurts us. Wo like Mr. and Mrs. James Flelden spent erty ourselves. United States Sunday with Lou Hoovor and family. Dut somo day those 'Mrs. Clarence Bartlett who has of ours will realizo that tho 3.3 per ayo, and tho been ill for somo timo is slowly imcent of us. who mine proving. 8.6 per cent of us who aro engaged Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Gray were transportation havo no right, call LOUISVILLE, 11-1- 5 In in Hartford last Saturday on busiit by what name you will, to injure ness. tho 9C.7 per cent of us who don't annual convention Tho fifty-firMr. and Mrs. Alton Yates were mine, or tho 91.3 per cent of us who guests of Mr. .and Mrs. Edwin Mason of K. B. A. will open In tho auditoto got what don't transport, In order rium of the First Christian church, Saturday night. . they want for themselves. LouisvIlle.Tuesday evening April 11,' so realize, a striko in When we do 1922. Dr. John J. Tigert, U. S. Comany Industry essential to health will HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS missioner of Education, Washington, tho United bo a crime against t, D. C. and Mrs. Rose 'Morgan, of CoStates. OE OLE OMAN MOPPED lumbia University, will deliver the Speed tho day! principal addresses for the evening, UP WID ME PIS MAWNIN' a splendid musical progiam will be EN DEN SAY SHE THjl ICE NOTICE. rendered. Every teacher who can WII ME, EN AHLL TELL do bo should plan to be at this openExcepting Sundays. I will mako PE WORL' AH SUT'NY ing session. daily deliveries of ico to residents of A most splendid array of talent LOOKS LAK AHS Trl'o Heaver Dam, commencing April 15. has been engaged for the convention. WID !'.! Programs will feature some of the Prices will bo lower than last year. CLAYTON SHOWN. 39tf vital and progressive school topics of Hartford, Ky. the day. Speakers of national rupute : have been engaged to present those . BTATEMKNT topics. Somo of tho best talent In lour own Stato will also contribute to management, the discussions. The 1922 session of Of the ownership, K. E. A should he the greatest in .ircJlation, etc, required by tho uct the history of the Association. it Congress of August 24, 1912. The railroads have granted a, faro Of Hartford Republican, publishfor round trip, of one and one-ha- lf Hartford, Kentucky, for ed weekly, at based on the identification certificate April,. 1st, 1922. Only members of tho Associaplan Stale of.Kentucky) tion may obtain this concession. Tt )ss. will bo netessnry to obtain from the County of Ohio ) secretary the certificate, which must Before ine, a Notary Publc, in und TJJ U-bo presented to tho tlckot agont at for the Stato and county aforesaid, the starting point. He will not ba personally appoared W. S. Tinsloy, permitted to allow the discount un- CefytliM. M W ty McClwt Niwtfpf Syndic! duly sworn accord- who, liavlng been patriots. Inp to law, doposcs and says thnt ho Is tho ndltor and Gen. Manager of lho Hartford Kopulillrau and that tho following Is, to tho host of his knowledge and belief, n truo statement of lho ownership, management etc. of tho aforesaid publication for tho date shown In tho abovo caption, roqulred by tho Act of August 2i, 1912, em bodied In section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on tho of this form, to wit: 1. That tho names and addresses of tho publisher, editor, managing editor and buslnes managers aro: Publisher, Hartford. Printing Co., tf-ze&r-- t ' 4 - . ' KL d fl! REG.US.PAT.OFr.YGP.CO Blan-konshl- p, l More Comfortable than the Old, and Stylish to the Last Degree ! n, perfectly, Because Queen Quality "lasts" there's .comfort in Queen Quality shoes from" the first day you wear them. fit hand-tailored ftffifcWQi And there's style in the patterns; there's beauty in every line; there's the requisite lightness, flexibility and shapeliness demanded in ; each type of shoe. X i - j Truly the Qjieens of Shoe Vitality 'Tis so easy to make your choice wherever Queen Quality shoes are sold, for there's a. quality about each style that sets it apart from common shoes; a distinction that your friends will recognize;a fitting ease and grace that are reflected in your walk and dress.' w - - & V 4nd Tfiey Fit Habere Others Fail Fit" the great secret of Queen Quality shoemaking. Without it your shoes will become shapeless; they'll wrinkle and pinch and soon wear out. Qdeen Quality shoes are made and sold "for the right purpose, to the right wearer, in the right fitting, for the jight price." They are the shoes for you. , ' r ' J' ' non-unio- n, non-striki- COOPER BROS BEAVER DAM, KY. " P less presented the special certificate. All who plan to attend the meeting should annly to tho secretary at once for membership certificate and tho railroad form, Insuring reduced rates. Accomodations will be made for every ono who attends. For thoso who do not wish to go to the hotels, a large list of rooms in private, homes and reputable boarding houses is being provided. An official bureau will" be maintained In connection with headquarters at Hotel Henry Watter-so- n, from which assignments will bo anado for thqse who desire rooms in private homes, Comfortable accommodations for all who deslro to attend aro assured. The secretary will consider applications of any who desire to be located before coming to A competent party has Louisville. been placed in charge and will gladly give information to any who wish to apply before the meeting. A largo number of counties, cltloa and Independent schools have enrolled ono hundred per cent of thoir Many who havo not comteaqhers. pleted this perfect registration havo given assurance that they will do so bcfor the meeting. Every school superintendent and principal Is urged to make his" school ONE HUNDRED PER CENT If possible. Very truly yours, R. E. WICLIAMS, , Secretary-Treasure- K.E.A.T0MEET1N st IX NEW YORK CITY One child la born hero every 4 posite." minutes A big ship arrives or leaves every "Veil you seo'' explained tho guldo qulto calmly "this room was undergoing repairs at that tlmo." -- London 55 minutes : One now building is completed evThe totals possible; production ca ery 21 minutes. Paclty-gfjal- l automobile factories in Ono new business is started every the United States Is about 2,750,000 " per year. 25 jnlnutes. ,, 3,267 vehicles pass Columbus Circle every hour. 13,500 elevators carry 6,000,000 SHADE TREES people each day. 238,440 eggs are eaton every hour. FRUIT TREES fl, 750,000 worth of food is con.. ORNAMETAL TREES sumed euch day. New telephones aro Installed at the FLOWERING SHRUBS ratd of 450 for every working day, more than halt representing net gain. HEDGE PLANTS Florenco Your huBband'a at the police station. Why don't you ball him out? Marlon If he's my husband, you couldn't pump him outI Topics of the Day, Answers. - f BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS, . PLANTSFLOWERS ' James J. HIU started In business In a coal and wood yard In St. Paul. A, company of tourists woro being shown through the castle at Dlols. "This" said tho guide "Is the room In which tho Duke de Guise1 was mur- . BULBS ''' . Everything in Flowers From Seeds to Trees A -- TAPSC0TT FLORIST W dered!" ""Hero?" Interrupted r. "Why when I ago I was told It was the room op a tourist. came hero three years OWENSBORO, KY. T ' Write for Catalogue. 'l