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NUMBER 42 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1922. tho government will maintain successfully by any proceeding that may bo necessary that agreement, heretoIN ALL FIELDS fore reached between tho operators and miners, year nfter year for many years, which are a violation of the law nnd for which Indictments have Bituminous Operators Ad been found, shall not bo repeated. Ilopetltlon of these things will bo to mit The Loss Of the disadvantage of tho government's " Ground. policy because thoy are a violation of tho law and work n hardship upon Mm fnnaiimllll nnlllln. Nfl "hnrSQ Naw Vnrk. Anrll 11 A rapid nlnv" nr nretended misconception on Spread of the coat strike into non the part of anybody will change the union strongholds was admitted to- gdvornment's posltloii In this regard. day at headquarters of tho bitumin"As to tho Indictments pending In ous operators' association. this court for violations of the law ground on tho part of many of those parties "Tho onomy Is gaining much fnst(f than wo anticipated," heretofore, I have only this to say, n.tlf! tho nrnalilpnt nf thn Pennsvl- - that certain things charged In the vanla Company. Ho quoted a tele - indictments were violations of the ' Brain from Grecnsburg, Pa., In tho jnWi and the government will not, by heart of the disputed nonunion tcrrl - trado of compromlso, consent o them tory, which said: being dono again. If many of the "Practically nil of tho southern things dono nt theso meetings time pari or Fayette county now is ai- - anj time again are not repeaieu, fected by the strike. Also another miners will get a fair return for their mine In tho Greensburg field, one in labor, operators will get a fair return Llgonler and three in Westmore- on their Investment and tho consumland field" er will got tho product ho Is entitled According to tho bituminous oper- to at a fair price." ators, organizers for tho United Mine Workers of America have practically and CLbVfc.LAINL UtVJrs unionized the Westmoreland Payette County fields since tho striko UNION CITY WORK was called ten days ago. Philip Murray, vice president of tho mine work ers' International, corroborated tho Deport incuts Go On Open Shop Basis operators' reports of rapid unionizaAs Labor 'Preference' tion of tho Pennsylvania, West VirIt Barred. ginia and Eastern Kentucky districts. "At the closo of last week GO per Cleveland, April 10. Open' shop cent of tho nonunion men had Joined he said. "Today, ac- conditions will prevail In all city in tho strike," during 1922 as a result of cording to meagor reports from our representatives In tho field, wo nro a decision reached at a Board of fast opproachlng tho 75 per cent Control meeting this morning. Tho board decided to disregard all nirk." Mr. Murray asserted that tho agreements now in effect with tho t . umuiia, uui mcsii (n nnv ranks of tho strikers In both bltu various ....I...... 1.... n.nA.l mlnous and anthracite fields had union wage scales thruout tho various een swelled by nearly 100,000 since departments. In tho past there have been no tho walkout, and tho production of n cut by several mil- written agreements with any of the mines unions, but for years there havo been lion tons woekly. agreements, especially Ex- unwritten Government View on AKrcemeiiW governing tho omployment of union plained. Indianapolis, April 11. Ending n men at the municipal light plant. There the union has always reseries of conferences of two days with ceived the preference, it Is said, and federal officials hero Attorney Gentonight In other municipal departments the eral Daugherty announced "unofficially" that tho government would not per- preference has been membership coal operators and miners at any shown men with union mit by cards. wage conference that may bo held Now even the verbal agreements them to repeat acts, which he said must go, according to City Law Dihad brought on tho lndlctmonts In will bo nothe Federal Court hero charging them rector Lamb. Tho unions tified that tho policy of the city has with conspiracy to monopollzo tho of tho been changed and that tho adminiscoal Industry in violation tration will abide by no agreement, law. Sherman anti-trumore consideration," said either verbal or written. "A little "Wo will take the men as they the attornoy genoral. "will be given government in connection with come," Mr. Lamb said. "Tho union by the dlscrlminatodagalnst whatever agreement, If any, Is en- men will not bo preInto, while tho negotiations are but thoy will not bo given tho tered Prevailing union wage taking place. This may prevent em- ference. every depart barrassments and proceedings after- scale will be paid In ment, but there will be no agreements ward." Mr. Daugherty's statement was of any sort." Lamb declared tho decision of tho made at the conclusion of his mission dealing with possibilities for board was not an attempt to force liero of ending tho general suspension ... .union employes out of tho city's em i . . . meant tho work in tne coai inuusiry, uruugm nlov. He said It merely up with any Tjy a failure of operators and minors city was not tying Itself J.o negotlnto new wage scales. On labor organization. loavlng hero tonight for Washington he was "perfectly satis-fle- WASHINGTON REVIVAL lo declared BROUGHT TO A CLOSE and announced'ho planned furbearing on tho coal ther conferences Sunday morning marked thocloso eituatlou. of n very successful revival which had Didn't Meet Miners. during tho past two Altho the headquarters of tho been In progress weeks nt the Washington Methodist United Mine Workers of America Is which proved in this city. Mr. Daugherty did not Church. Tho Services to the community, a blessing hnve any meetings with the miners' , such Alpha Cochofficials but confined himself to con- were conducted by Miss ran, Evangelist of tho Kansas Stato ferences with Judge A. B. Anderson .and other federal officers. All con- Conference. assistant, Miss Miss Cochran's ferences were said to relate to tho anti-trucases, Tiamlrlcks. of Ohio, and our pastor, pending Shorman were prevent- which some operators havo declared Rev. Granville Jaggers, possibility of any now . ed from attending services rcpiar u bnrred tho Nevertheless, wage conference with tho miners. No account of sickness, by theso cases was prom-- 1 tho splendid sermons delivered new action in gen- - Miss Cochran were so helpful and ised as a result of tho attorney and sinner oral's conferences, and In a formal beneficial that both saint of the grip statement Mr Daugherty added thatjcould not but feel tho heartstrings, no legal action by the gov- - nal tugging at their been tho eminent will be necessary In tho coal Thoy could only have 'duct of a mind endowed from on dispute." ' Ho declared ho did not come hero high, Altho thero wore only 24 profes- action. determined to take wago slons of faith, there was a revival of Referring to a prospective religious spirit and conference. Mr. Daugherty said tho tho "Old Time" community con- -, tho people of hls covernment had not opposed a ..,.. i.i ., ti,ntr nr.fi Mm lm mil It Into the -- .- -. i.... forence, out nau prosumeu uuo Uu,u Kansas i,nv i.nen hold before April 1, "for heart of tho talented llttlo Girl to come their way, and deliver tho parties to agree upon a legitimate unto thorn His wonderful message of program." govern--rnie"Tho Old Rugged Cross.' After asserting that tho May God's richest blessings rest could not force a conference, his upon her and may her good work conpart added: 'statement In tinue, Is tho prayer of Washington. Violations Must Ceuso; A MEMBER. a'meetlng is held or not ' ncjn-unlost EXCLUSIVE SELLING VARYANCE OF PENAL INVALID CONTRACT LAWS IS ASSAILED Hetnllets Not Forced to Ctrry Out .Different Penalties For Same Crime Peict Court Ituk-s- . In Many States. on charges of conspiracy In connection with the alleged embezzlement LLOYD GEORGE SEEKS of state funds, has been begun, It was reported tonight. WAY TO ABOLISH WAI RASE HAM.. In i ..... d" st eter-"porha- ps pro-btri- .... - nt "Whether The Hartford Base Ball team goes Will Propose Undertakings training nt Riverside Park Sunday That No Nation AtWashington, April 10. Contracts Washington, April 13. (Capital April 16th. A practice game between tack Another. of sale made by manufacturers re- News Service). Senator Capper, of Beaver Dam and Hartford will be quiring retail dealers exclusively to Kansas, has recently Introduced a bill played at 2:30, in order to give all handle their products which amy in tho Senate to eliminate capital pun- - the players a try-ofor the regular have the effect to lessen substantial lshment In the District of Columbia. team. Come out and give them a Genoa, April 12. Prime Minister ly competition, today were held In- E. B. Duddlng, president of tho Pris- boost. No Admission. Lloyd George of Groat Britain is exvalid by tho Supremo Court. oners' Relief Society, an organization pected to propose .at tho earliest opEASTER SERVICE The opinion was delivered by Jus-tlc- o devoted to assisting men and women portunity, probably at tomorrow's-sittinDay In a case brought by the who have served terms In the penlten- of commission number one of There will be a special Easter serStandard Fashion Company, a New jtlary and have no friends of their own the economic conference, a pact of Mag-- 1 when they come out, has written vice at the Methodist Church next York corporation, against the undertaking that no nation shall atCompany, of Boston, at6r Capper, asking that he include Sunday at 11 A. M., conducted by the. - n his bill an amendment looking to children of the Sunday School. Spe- tack another, thus abolishing the posand sought to compel that retail comsibility of war during the pact, neupany to observe a contract which tho the unification of penalties in the cial music and program. Special ter's correspondent today says he has. Every-on- o decorations for the occasion. Supreme Court declared was one, of 'different states of the union. learned. is cordially invited to come and salo and not of agency or Joint ven-- 1 citing examples from the West Vlr-turprogram with us. Delng a contract of sale, penitentiary, where there are onjoy the Geona, April 12. Prime Minister League will meet at 6:45 P. M. tlce Day stated the only question to. 200 Federal prisoners, Mr. Duddlng Lloyd George of Great Britain co- n- ' determine) was whether tho facts es- says: "One Is there for second-degre- e and preaching at 7:30 P. M templates suggesting an agreement, A welcome for all. tablished that it would substantially murder, and has life, while beside for limitation of land armaments in. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. lessen competition. him are a hundred men serving five Europe for a definite period, accordAdopting the findings of the Cir- years for second-degre- e murder. ing to an unverified report, before tho cuit Court of Appeals for the first There Is one Federal convict serving ARBUCKLE FREED adjournment of tho present internaand in the cell circuit of the results obtained thru life for IN THIRD TRIAL tional economic conference. Tho 'arCourt with him is a state prisoner with five the contract, the Supreme my holiday,' It is thought, will ba reached tho conclusion "that tho con- years for the same charge. Ac- patterned after tho naval holiday with its tract, properly Interpreted "Tho highest penalty In Louisiana Jury Acquits "Fnttj" of Death of tress, Miss Ilappc. completed at the Washington conferrestrictive covenant brings It fairly for larceny is two years, while in Conence. In West within tho section of the Clayton act necticut It Is twenty years San Francisco April 12. A verdict Disarmament continues to bo tha Virginia you steal $20 It Is thirty consideration. under It thereforo affirmed the decision days in Jail. If you take $21 then of acquittal was returned by a Jury most discussed question among tho of the Circuit Court which held tho you get ten years. If you want to tonight In the third trial of Roscoe- j delesates here, altho barred from for-- C. (Fatty) Arbuckleona manslaugh- mal consideration following the,ini-t- er .stop crime and unrest, make laws contract invalid. charge growing out of the death j tlal tilt between the French and Rus-- of contract tho Standard Just." Under Its Miss Virginia Rappe, motion pic- - j Sian delegations when M. Chltchorin, A further Instance Is notsd in the Fashion Company agreed to sell Its was out six Soviet Foreign Minister, endeavored standard patterns at a discount of 50 dally press, In which a Judge who sen-- 1 ture actress. The Jury minutes. to bring it before tho conference. per cent from retail prices .and allow tenced a man to prison for three years The statement of Louis Barthou, privileges when be- for burglary, called him back to the j The verdict was by acclamation, certain return It bar and resentenced him to six years the deliberation taking less than a head of the French delegation, to tho tween certain dates was con- - Associated Press last night, explain- would receive In exchange to nine-tent- when the prisoner was rude to the minute. The additional time sumed by details lng why France cannot discuss disarcost, discarded patterns. In court. The defendant was deeply affected. mament at Genoa will probably reMagrane-HoustJuly, 1917, the He received the verdict with a great main the basis of the French attitude-o- n Company decided to discontinue, tho SIX HUNDRED .MILLIONS SPENT sigh of relief. There was no demonthis question, despite the attempts and sale of the Standard Patterns ON ROADS DURING PAST YEAR stration, tho court having warned of the Russian delegation or other place on sale patterns of a rival comnational groups to raise the Issue. against it. Mrs. Mlnta Durfee pany. It wns to enforce Its contract The Bureau of Public Roads of the defendant's wife, cried "This Is a purely economic confer- that thciy.faaUIjoiLcompanjbrought United States Department of Agri- quietly. theBoth she and Arbuckle ence," said tho French leader, again suit. culture estimate the total expendi- shook hands with the Jurors emphasizing France's position, "and ture for construction and maintena The quick return of the Jury was we have simply got to stick to ance of roads In the country In 1921 MISS SCHLEMMER ACCEPTS a surprise. as America did at Washington: POSITION AT PADUCAIt to be $600,000,000. The sources of Jurors and spectators crowded otherwise we will get nowhere." this fund are approximately as fol- around Arbuckle and his counsel and Asked if France would be disposed revenue, 19 per Miss Gertrudo Schlemmer, daugh- lows: Motor-vehicfinally bore him off to the Jury room to discuss disarmament at some later ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Schlem- cent; Stato roa'd bonds, 7 per cent; to congrautlato htm further. conference, Mr. Barthou replied: mer, who resides on Clay Street, and local road bonds, 33 per cent; State Arbuckle has no Immediate plans,' "If I wanted to say the easy, pleaa-a- 'nt one of Hartford's brightest and most taxes and appropriations, 12 per cent Gavin McNab, his chief counsel, said. thing my answer 'would be yes,, popular young ladies, left Monday Federal aid, 14 por cent; county, "It was a splendid victory." and yet the real answer of Franco Is. afternoon for Paducah, where she township, and district taxes and as"Tho Jury did Its duty," was the "We don't know." has accepted a position as stenogra- sessments, 14 per cent; and miscel- comment of Milton T. U'ren? Assis"Don't forget that wo havo beforo pher for tho Creasey Corporation, laneous 1 per' cent. tant District Attorney. us a great army in Russia, and, whlls. C. Porter, another ono of which A. Gormany certainly Is not a menace-a-t The third trial began March 6. LOUISVILLE MARKETS of Hartford's citizens, Is manager. present, we have a menace in Miss Schlemmer graduated from tho Dr. Willis Lyons of Corbln, who great German army of the Cattle A fair demand was noted had been attending the Dental AssoHartford High School In May, 1921, You have perhaps observed, Branch for the best light butcher stock; me-lu- ciation In Louisville, came to Hart- future. and in June entered the. the anodyne texture of the German. and Inferior grades slow and un- ford Wednesday to spend a couple of school of the. Owensboro Business Chancellor's speech before the Genoa, was being conducted even. Canners and cutters slow. Un- days with relatives before returning College, which conference. We do not know what In Hartford at that time. Late In dertone weak in the heavy steer di- home. Germany will do, but I can say this school clos- vision, with little inquiry for tho best the fall when tho branch my latest official reports from Paris-dBEAVER DAM. ed horo Miss Schlemmer went to Ow- heavy kinds. Fair outlet noted for the not Indicate that Germany Is In ensboro, and completed the, course, best quality stockers and feeders; spirit concerning the vltaL Tho Bible Institute at the Baptist which enables her to hold a responsi- medium and plainer kinds neglected. in the Versailles Reheavy steers, church last week was a great success. matters' ombodied Quotations: Prime ble position. Together with the treaty." Rev. William Savage, of Fordsvllle, publican force, the good wishes of $7,25 7.751; heavy shipping steers, Mr. Bathou emphasized that a disthe many friends of Miss Schlemmer, $6.75g7.25; medium to good, $6.25 13 holding a series of meetings nt tills armament programme is now under ' C.75; heifers, $5.507.75; fat place. goes with her to her new res'dence. consideration by the League of Naof Madisonvllle, & 6.25,; medium to good, Mr. Ed Barnes, cows $5.50 tions, which, he said, would doubt$4.5005.50; cutters. $3.0004.50;' was InHown, recently. BENSON BAIZE less give it proper attention. canners, $2.0002.25; bulls, $3. 50 Mrs. Fannie Leach, of Central City, Balzo and Miss Marcla 5.00; feeders $6.0007.00; stockers, Is vlsjtlng her brother, Mr Georga Mr. Erva H. COOL SPRINGS. Barnes, this week.( D. Benson were united In marriage $4.0006.25; milch cow's $20060. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stevens were Calves Market steady. Best veals bride, last Siinday at tho homo of the Sunday .school was organized at afternoon, April the 9th, In the pres- $7 down; medium and common light guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Duvall, of Owensboro, a fow days this week. this place Sunday, with a good at- -' friends and rela- calves aro slow sale from $2 4., ence of a few close Mr. B. C. Barnes, of Hopklnsvllle, tendance. Hogs Market ruled 15c lower on tives. Rev. Russell Walker performMessrs. O. E. Scott nnd C. C. Denceremony. all grades except lights, which were was in town Tuesday, on business. ed the hogs, 165 Lockle Austin nis went to Hartford Monday, on. Misses Goldia and Mrs. Balzo has made her homo slow sale at 30c off. Best ', with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wallace, to 300 pounds, $10.40; 120 to 165 wero guests of relatives In Center-tow- n business. Mr. Archie Mlllor of Beaver Dam, up $9.85; q Saturday. pounds $10.25; 300 pounds who reside on the Hartford-BeaveMr. Morgan James Is erecting a was the guest of his father, Mr. ArDam road, for a number of years. pigs 120 poiTnds down $8.65; throw-ou- ts $7.65 tfdwn; stags $6.15 down. new dwelling houso on Malnt Street. thur Miller Sunday night. The groom Is a nephew of Mr. W. II. Mr. and Mrs. Drucllla Swain and Among those attending the K. B. Sheep and Lambs Market easier Baize, of this city, with whom he has resided for some time. Both of (he on spring lambs. Best sprinters rold A., from hero are Prof and Mrs. E. E. ' Mrs. Joe Fulton visited their sister contracting parties aro very popular at $17 lown; seconds $U011. Best Allison, Misses Elizabeth Davidson, Mrs. Eldrldgo Brown, of McHonry, woigh: Sallie Coleman, Birtlo Renfrow, Irene Sunday. with the younger sot, of which they sheep $7 8, according-tMr. and Mrs. Bon Woodburn. Mr- bucks $3.50 down. Best fall lambs Rhoades and Mr. Ellis Sandefur. wero members. Ralph, of Owensboro, and Mrs. Brico Miller went to Beavoc Mr. Clyde $13 down. was tho guest of his parents hero Dam Monday, shopping. liuter, Erks anil Poultry. SEARCHLIGHT USED IN Messrs. Ivan and Marvin Nelson Buying prices, not to shipper the Monday. CAPTURE OF PRISONERS , Mr. anil Mrs. A. E. Pate of Hart.-- loft Friday for Alabama, where thoy shipper paying frolght and drcyago ford, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. j will work for Bond Bros. Hondlulu T. H. April 8. Search- charges are; I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, of Taylor Eirgs Candled 19c dozen. John Pate Tuesday night. Important part In tho lights played an Cumullngs, of Mines, were the guests Sunday, of Poultry Hens 20c lb.; roosters Mr. and Mrs. Jim pursuit of two military prisoners who parents, Mr. and Mrs. escaped recently from tho giyirdhousi 10c lb.; ducks 20c. lb.; guineas $3.60 Bethel, are visiting relatives in Mr. Brown's j Oliver Brown. town this week. at Fort Ruger on tho outskirts of per dozen. Country Butter Pound 15c. Mrs. Willie Blair, who recently un- - J Master Leonard Oiler is on the sick Honolulu and wore finally responsidorwont an operation at Louisville, list. ble for their capturo. Misses Emma Scott and Tbelma has returned home. prisoners fled up tho U. S. PROBING SMALL'H Tho two nnd daughters, of Dennis attended tho birthday dinner INCOME TAX REPORT Mrs, Josio Kalin slopes of Diamond Head an extinct Cromwell, visited Mr. John Mcuoy.aunuay, at miss Anna inae uibiuuu o bohlnd which Fort d home, at Shultztown, Chicago, April 10. An Investiga- Monday. Ruger Is situated. has been "qulto Mrs. BOtty Gai-rt- t Miss Leila Glenn, of Central City, posse was quickly organized ahd tion by fedoral government agents of A guest of Miss An- - sck for tho past two weeks, by Gov. was the week-en- d as It started the entire northern and the lncomo tax returns raado M and Mrs. Bon Woodburn were- s western slopes of tho qrater were ,i Len Small, Vernon Curtis, a banker, na Barnes. Austin of Louisville, Is the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce former state Miss Elolse flooded with Intense whit) light from and Fred Sterling, her father, Mr. C. P. Austin, ler of Green River, Sunday. the powerful searchlights at the fort, treasurer, all of whom aro facing trial ut e. Jus-!Hln- Ia Ep-wor- th man-slaught-I semi-annually hs on le, our-agendle m -i o crator-headlanMll-vlsl- tlng i v$t V b;ll passed to cording to roports to tho llurcau of provide 23 judges Senate Acts After Stout position From The Floor. Op- Dublin, April 7. Fivo hundred thousand gallons of wlno and whisky wore destroyed Inst night by members cigarette at the price. of tho Irish Republican nrmy who forced tholr way Into tho bonded Lfaett tl MjtrsTobacca Co, stores of. the Custom Houso here, it Washington, April 7. Tho bill to was stated officially today by a Del-faprovldo a score inoro of federal boycott official. judges, advocated ns a, measure to reHo estimated tho revenue loss nt fil I lievo congestion In federal courts and L iif& nearly 2,000,000. patronage opposed as a political London, April 7. "The chaos In "pork" barrel," was passed late to . Ireland Is beyond anything tho pubday by tho Senate and sent to con lic can Imagine," said a Dublin disference with the House. patch to tho Morning Post today. Twenty-thre- o moro federal dis"Michael Collins Is helpless and trict Judgos, distributed thruout tho has few supporters. In fact ho Is becountry, and one more Judge for the sieged In Dublin. It is anticipated Fourth Circuit, are provided by the disthat a republic will be proclaimed In Senate bill, as against twenty-tw- o Ireland within tho next few weeks." trict Judges under the original bill Tho border trouble In Fermanagh passed by the House. County, a frontier county of Ulster Is Tho Senato voted on final passage, continually growing more acuta ac44 to 21, with party lines broken. cording to a dispatch from Innlskll-leEight Democrats, Including Senator In tho district of Dclcoo armed Pomercne, Ohio, voted with thirty-si- x Republicans and Orangemen havo en Republicans for tho bill. The trenched theirisolves behind barriopposition Included eight Repub. cades of sand bags and fallen trees. licans and thirteen Democrats, tho The "armies" arc separated only by How Diphtheria Is Contracted. Ilcpublicans Including Senator Town-senTurkish and Domestic tobaccos blended Ono often hears tho expression, a thirty foot bridge and news of a Michigan. The Democratic opponents Included Senators Shields, "My child caught a severe cold which battle Is expected' hourly. 20 for 18c The military defenses of Ulster are developed Into diphtheria," when the 10 for 9c Tennessee, and Stanley, Kentucky. Tho "pork barrel" and "logrolling" truth was that tho cold had simply being strengthened. In somo quarVacuum tins charges made on tho floor by Demo- left tho little ono particularly suscep- ters fears are openly expressed that of 50 - 45c cratic opponents and denied by Its tible to the wandering diphtheria the Irish provisional government at supporters, were followed by some germ. If your child has a cold when Dublin will be overturned and that vole changing during the dozen roll diphtheria 13 provalent you should the Republicans will then formally calls on amendments today. Tho bill take him out of school and keep him declare war on Ulster. now life tables, which are soon to bo jour cities have met with success finally contained provisions for four off tho street until fully recovered, as Liquor Worth Thousands Dcstrojcil 7. About April 100 HIS EARNING Belfast, Issued. This will bo the second ofmore district Judges than recom- there is a hundred times more danOur Llf Is Loss. ficial publication on llto tables ever by the Senate Judclary Com- ger of his taking diphtheria when he members of the Irish Republican Armended "Comparing ourselves with tho issued in the United States, and figmittee. These Include one each for has a cold. When Chamberlain's my forced their way Into tho bonded following foreign countries, AustraPOWER IS NOW ures are now available for the last Now Jersey, Now Mexico, the West- Cough Remedy is given It quickly stores of the Customs house In Dublia, Denmark, England, France, Gertwenty years. ern Missouri district and the South- cures the cold and lessens the danger lin last night, according to a dispatch many, Holland, India, Italy, Japan, of diphtheria or any other germ dis- received here and smashed the casks "People are ern Florida district. Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, wo EVER largely because Interested In health find The ease being contracted. m containing wine and whisky. Allotment Given. they are afraid to that, except for Franco, India damage is estimated at hundreds of die," Dr. Ravenel, who is also presi- and Japan, our expectation As passed by tho Senate, the disof lift) of pounds. addi- INDIANS INVEST OIL MONEY twenty-thre- e thousands dent of tho National American Pub- both fur men and women is less tribution of the The wine and whisky are believed IN PUREBRED POLAND CHINAS lic Health Association, continued. tional judges would be as follows: than In any of tho foreign Certainly Did a "Tho truo motive, for health should to have been shipped from this city. "Tanlac Two each for Massachusetts and countries mentioned. D i. I The two policemen on duty in the While thero may bo but little the Southern District of New York, in uo einciency ana not tlio mere pro- - "In Norway, for example, which uunuicu i cr vcni and one each for the Eastern New truth In accounts of Indians who have store house were overpowered by the Restoring My Strength," '"ngation ofiite. shows tho lowest annual death rato York District, Eastern Pennsylvania, become fabuously wealthy thru the raiders who arrested two other of"Tne results obtained by our Cen- - for the first year of life, for every Declares Akron Citizen. finding of oil on their lands, It is in- ficers searching for their absent comWestern Pennsylvania and Northern tral Dureau shows that the death thousand the rato Is elghty-on- o Texas, Eastern Michigan, Northern teresting to learn from tho county rades. All four were released when rato at practically all ages Is high- deaths for males and sixty-seve- n for Ohio, Northern Illinois, Minnesota, agent in Osage County, Okla., co- the work of destruction was comer for men than for women, and tho Missouri, Western Missouri, operatively employed by the United pleted. Nothing was destroyed except "Tanlac has simply made a clean women showing the lowest dcuth rate females, while for tho corresponding Eastern of Agriculture liquors of Belfast origin. sweep of all my troubles and built me are those living in rural communl-u- p class In this country tho rato is 127 Oklahoma, Montana, Northern Cali- States Department Southern extremists recently have California, Arizona, and tho State agricultural college, to where I am a strong and ties. For both sexes rural dwellers for males and 105 for females. Tho fornia, Southern most striking thing about theso figmixed-bloo- d destroyed much merchandise shipped healthy man again," said Wm. N. show a lower death rato, ago InGeorgia, Now Jersey, New Mexico and Uiat a number of for dian farmers In this district receiving from Belfast following the lifting of Martin, n ' mason, age, than for persons llvlnc In cities. ures Is the great Improvement In our brick Southern Florida. death rato during tho early years of I -11G4 Bellows St.. Akron. Ohio. The bill provides for an annual royalties from oil are investing a part the boycott on such goods. whllo the average span of life has life and the lack of improvement afArmed Women Hold Up Station. circuit of them in better llvo stock. "My troubles started with- tho flu, lncrea8Crt for botn soxoa of senior fall conference thero , no ter fifty years of age In fnct, after The barracks at Falcarragh, seven which left me almost helpless and Osage County is becoming a center judges at Washington, with tho chief ovidenco that there has been nny ac-t- he fifty the conditions In regard to cerworst part of it was, I didn't j tual ,ncreaso ln tho ycar3 of justice and attorney general of the for purebred Poland China hogs, and miles from Dunfanaghy. have bee.i tain diseases havo become worso inmany Indians are buying them. The seized by Republican forces. seBI" lu "avo ,owcr l" ra,1 asam- - This Is oxplaioed by tho fact that United States to make a comprehenstead of better. Three women armed with revolvers My stomacn was an upset ana mere judicial business and county agent roports that 100 of the practically all classes of people aro sive survey of "Tho American lives too hard and It pro- best hogs to bo found anywhere have left a train at the Dunfanaghy Road wero times after eating when I had living longer on tho average, and the moke bench assignments. assignment by the chief been distributed in tho county during depot In County Donegal today, held a mean, stuffy feeling and felt I greatest causo of this averago in- too fast. It Is poor economy to edu vides also for up the officials and burned the bun would give the world If I could Just cate and train business men and justice of Judges to districts where the year. These hogs were purchas crease) Is the saving of life ln the women only to loso their services to or where, the pub- ed from some of tho best herds, and dles of newspapers from Belfast. get one long breath. I was vory first five years. Is congestion tho community and statu just about the train, which much worried and began to think It herds, They then lic Interests generally require such added to good foundation "In 1909 a white femalo was en- mlddlo life when they should bo nt which wero already started In the resumed Its Journey. wouldn't be long beforo I would lay titled to expect throo years assignment. longer their best. . 'my last brick. In adding tho four Judges tho Sen- county. life than white males, How Is Your Complexion? "This Is the problem which con"Tanlac has simply made a new this had Increased to and In 1910lt The rivalry which has been enate voted down numerous amendthroo and one-ha- fronts physicians and sanltarloums at fman out of me and I am strong for judges and to reduce couraged among tho members of the ments for other years. Except for negroes, A woman should grow moro beau- It. per cent job In tho present day and one which dethe number authorized. Among local breeders' association has been tiful as she grows older and she will my It did a hundred been a general Improvethere has mands tho closest consideration not of great benefit in this undertaking. case." ment for all classes up to .those rejected was an amendment by ago of only from professional 'persons but Thero were about 20"0 hogs on ex- with due regard to baths, diet and Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. forty for men and fifty for the Ernst, Republican, KentucSenator women. from the community at largo." middle Ten- hibit at the county fair, and it was exercise, and by keeping her liver and L. B. Bean and by all leading drugky, for a Judge for the "There has beon a decided Imbowels in good working order. If gists everywhere. nessee district, which was lost with- pronounced tho best hog show In the you provement among all classes of pophaggard and yellow, your are Are You Ifhppj? state by the Judges. out a roll call. ulation In tha Infant death rate. eyes losing their lustre and' whites be- HAILSTONES AS LARGE AS An amendment by Senator Dial, coming yellowish, your flesh flabby, To bo happy you must be well, ir WALNUTS HIT INDIANAPOLIS Again, we find that children born in Democrat, South Carolina, requiring tho country show a considerably low- you aro frequently It may be due to Indigestion or to a troubled with conto devote their time to duties judges er death rate than those born In the stipation and Indigestion you sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tab Indianapolis, April 7. Considera- city cannot prohibiting their of their offices and However, It Is not as great asi bo altogether happy. m lets correct these disorders. Tako Chamberble minor property damage was done It was in 1901, urwetpt of outside compensation, was which Indicates that lain's Tablets to correct by a hailstorm hero this noon, when theso disoradopted wthout a. record voto. This tho widespread effprts which hav ders. They aro WOOL CROP HARVESTED prompt an deffoct-ua- l, English walnuts ice globes as largo as of tho Senator's critiwas an echo been put forth, to better conditions ln FROM APRIL TO MAY 15 pelted the city. Frenzied easy and pleasant to tako. by the m cism of former Federal Judge Landls away and plunged storm, a horse ran acceptance of a after the lattor's Lexington, Ky April 8. Most of into the canal, dragging a wagon large salary as commissioner of orof wool with him. Pollco dragged the canal tho three million pounds ganized baseball. clipped In Kentucky as tho annual ln the fear that tho driver may have Twice-A-Wee- k Assignment Section Fought. crop of the State is sheared from been In tho vehicle. Heavy rainfall, to reduco the number of Efforts Globe-Democra- tApril 15 to May IB, sheep men say. with a slight electrical display, acludges proposed for Massachusetts, Profits from these fleeces make up companied the hall. Pennsylvania, Mlssourl.and California d of the to !rom an 4 were defeated overwhelmingly. total Incomo from tho State's flocks, A prudent mother is always on tho provision for assignment The bills the chief object of tho Kentucky watch for symptoms of worms ln hor Published on each Monday of judges to other than their own sheep raiser being the production of children. Paleness, lack of Interand Thursday, and read by districts was attacked by Senator Late est In play, and peevishness Is tho siglambs for market, it is said. Shields, who said It might result In over 230,000 families, each sheared fleeces aro heavier than the nal for White's Cream Vermifuge. A transferring "dry" Judges to "wet" early sheared because tho wool fi- few doses of this excollent remedy issue contains: districts. He also charged that paid ber has grown slightly longer and puts an end to tho worms and tho n lobbyist of tho national Accurate: Associated Picsj News Reports. moro yolk has been secreted, It Is child soon acts naturally. Prlco 30 lf ccaJeascd from all over the world, League wero working senators In claimed. cents per bottle. Sold by Ohio CounD. Wayne, of' tho bill. Special Corrorpondcnt'a News, covering of tho pointers outlined by ty Drug Co. Some m tho Gatial West. Wheeler, general counsel for tho snoop specialists at the College of . O--. today, beforo tho League, Latest Grain ami Live Stock Market Agriculture for increasing tho profits AMERICANS LIVE TOO HARD Quotations. final vote on tho bill. Issued a statefrom tho wool clip includo tho reAND TOO FAST DOCTOR SAYS that the measure ment declaring fitato rxd National Tatm Uurcau ITctts. of burs before shearing, hav! moval would "greatly aid law enforcement." Department cl Answers to Farm Prob lng the sheep dry at shearing time, Columbia, Mo. April 8. "Ameriwhen Tho statemont added that lcn:r, isai!u:t:U by authorities. keeping tho animals in dry, clean cans live too hard and too fast'. The Jzwr m asked whethpr tho league would take pens that are free from dust, having chances of death after fifty years of Splendid Wo man 'a nil, active part In tho choice of tho tho shearing floor smooth, clean and life are Increasing instead of decreass new Judges, Mr. Wheoler said: Page, with roclpes bright keeping straw and trash out ing. In tho last twenty years th& cud patterns. "Wo have but one policy when an wool, removing tho fleeco in of tho death rate during tho first five years applicant for any of those positions Gripping conthiucil ono piece without any second cus, of life has been greatly lowered but prejudiced ac'ilnst Modes. Is opposed to or rolling the fleece toward tho neck for tho later yoars of life It has not. Edgar Guest's Poems. tho law and Its enforcement we will with tho flesh side out, tioing It with It Is poor economy to educate and Because Perm's is packed airfile protest arnlnst him This Is the one strand of wool or papor twlno train business men Dr. Evans' Health women only tight in the patented new and privilege and duty of ovory citien Talks. and using only two strings to tho to lose their sorylces to tho comcontainer the quality Is that stands for bucI organlntlon Constructive fleeco, ono each way. It Is Important munity and stato when they reach sealed in. L'ditprials. croan government and law enforcenot to roll tho fleece too tightly. Im- mlddlo life." So Penn's is always fresh. Saw Jordan, II. IT. ment. mediately nftor shearing, tho fleecos Have you ever really chawed These aro soma of tho deductions tshopard and A. Wvo should bo packed in wool sacks and made by Dr. M. P. Ravonel profesfrosh tobacco ? Slacy philosophy. CORNr PEST INVADES NEW stored ln a dry place, tho specialists sor of provontlvo Buy Penn's tho next time. Try it. medicine, lu Eicccr end Ding THIS COUNTRY FROM MEXICO say. Notice the fine condition freah Cartoons, charge of the public health service Penn's. 4 now corn Insect laboratories at the School of Medl- - TL, A comparatively Republican and in nf ., itnivor.t f Mi.....i a Borlous r?iu- that promises to becomo appearance In VjWy TMSJtnvutieQtZvnC&t'XZ?, FOR FLETCHER'S The Dureau of tho Consus has re- - Democrat, both one year, for $1.85. Send all tn. pest has made Its ..., v... u.UvU Mexico, ac I ixcpuoucan, riamord, K.y. aoHthern Texas and New full-growst Entomology of tho Unltod Slates Department of Agriculture. It Is a boring caterpillar closely related to borer of the tho larger corn-stal- k South Atlantic States ,and linn been Identified by tho buroiu as Dlatrnen llucolata Walker. At lcaat two generations occur annually In tho Dig nend region of n caterpilTexas and tho lars of tho second generation hibernate in tho corn stubble underground. During February many fields were found In this region In which 25 per cent of tho corn stubblo contained hibernating caterpillars. According to representative of tho bureau who have Investigated tho situation the distribution Is very Imperfectly known, but the post Is believed to Inhabit most of southern New Mexico, particularly tho Pecos River Valley, and is numerous in southwestern i Texas. Apparently, It is said, this pest Is moving northward from Mexico, where It was abundant and very Injurious last season. This species has been knoVn to bo present In southern New Mexico since 1913, and was studied In a preliminary way thero by n representative of tho bu reau, in tho early spring of 1914. DESTROY 500,000 GALLONS OF LIQUOR -- Whhky Ami Wines Shipped From lster Dumped In Erin Ity Raiders. U- Taste is a matter of i tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos useJ in Chesterfield arc of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than In any other O n. Chesterfield CIGARETTES of d, '1H b&w OREATAS U..JJ f Il jod ..... well-know- - I ,. tli-ere- - PENftlS SPELLS Subscribe for the (St.Lcife) one-four- th one-thir- mwrzzper uaiits the world, the greatest t Anti-Saloo- bo-ha- CHEWIMQ TOBACC Anti-Sa- . loon f f 1 Children Ory CASTO R A "a"ord TwpP.A.W.i, .". me nrJ. .SESi J t i"iiuiftflyi wr. vrrw3 a? msm -- i l.V? f Slater, considered the ndvlsablllty of proceeding with tho trial when Mr. Kammerer suggested that tho Indictment bo filed away with leave to reJMlmt Stono To Itcliirn (o Her Mother vive. Overstreet Insisted upon dismisIn Kentucky. sal, and when Miss Grlppen agreod to mako a written declaration of her New York, April 7. Miss Olivia refusal to marry tho man, Kammerer M. 1'. .Htono, grnduato nurso who wan consented to dismiss. acquitted by a Supremo Court jury In Brooklyn last night of tho murder NEWPORT POLICE CHIEF INDICTED of Ellis (3uy Klnkcnd, former Cor tiorntlon Counsel of Cincinnati, is Covington, Ky., April 7. The fed Kolng to hurry homo to hor aged mother In TompkliiBvlllc, Ky., as eral grand Jury sitting here returncharging Boon as slio can arrange her affairs ed an Indictment today Frank Bregal, chief of police of Newhero, she said today. Fear thnt news of her troublo port, and his son, Frank Bregal, Jr., would upset her mother was ono of with unlawfully possessing and trans Miss Stone's greatest concerns all porting liquor. Frank Bregal, Jr., thru tho period botwe'on KJnkcad's conducts a saloon Tn Newport. Pleas Hlaylng and her trial. She- managed of not guilty were entered op their to keep her mother In Ignoranco of behalf. On February 16, Chief of tho case until tho trlnl was nearly r, Police Bregal was cited with several when Mrs. Stone learned of It and other officials by soldiers on a charge of conpIracy to violate the prohibi sent her a lettor of sympathy Miss Stono spent Inst night at tho tion laws. Tho chnrge In tne muici-metoday has, no connection with homo of Mrs. John Grans one of tho Jail In conspiracy allegation, it was stated. at Raymond-strematrons which she had been Imprisoned. Sho back to tho Jnil after receiving WOMEN FAVOR "OBEY" went IN WEDDING RITUAL her freedom Intending to sleep In hor changed her mlndi at Mm. cell but Chicago, April 7. Several women Cross' Insistence. positions In Episcopal-In- n Today she went shopping for now holding high organizations today voiced disquarters; clothes nnd took temporary any attempt to eliminate at the Young Women's Christian As- approval of tho word "obey" from the marriage sociation In Drooklyn. ceremony. "I Intend" alio said "to Join my Mrs. E. F. Kenyon, member of the friends nnd go back to my profession Daughters possible. In work I may National Council of the as soon as of tho King, which In meeting here, forget". regarded tho proposed Tho Jury that acquitted Miss Stono aiil she an- change as an attempt to accommodate had deliberated ton hours. The church to tho lownouncement of the vordlct brought tho laws of the persons ering standards of society. cheers from several hundred Miss L. Brennoman, pf Cleveland, crowded Into the little courtroom. Ohio, also a member of the council, These spectators had waited for hours said she favored keeping "obey" in for the appearance of tho Jury. ceremony nnd also the words "When tho foreman spoke In clear the goodb 1 thee "Not guilty" Miss "with all my worldly tones tho words endow." Stone's face brightened Into a Bmllo -. nnd almost Inaudtbly she added: WOMAN 100 YEARS OLD "Thank God it's over." REFUSES $500 JOB Mrs. Marie Gormley Klnkead widow of the slain lawyer was not In tho London, April 8. A Lincoln cenwas courtroom when tho verdict tenarian, Mrs. Lane LlBter, who has brought in altho sho had been an Just celebrated her 106th birthday by Interested spectator Jn all previous entertaining her doctor and his wife sessions of tho trial which laBted to tea, has doubled her claim to disnine days. tinction by refusing an offer from Glasgow to star at a place of public Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness of $500 a feeling entertainment at a salnry and a general "no account" week. is n sure sign of a torpid liver. Her-bln- o This refusal is by no means Inneeded. It Is the medicine spired by misgivings on the score of makes tho liver active, vitllizeo tho health. Mrs. Lister is in the best of blood .regulates the bowels and rehealth and spirits she played her stores a fine feeling of energy and retains perfection Sold, by role of hostess to Price 60c. cheerfulness. nil lmr faculties, and still reads the n Ohio County Drug Co. daily newspaper with undiminished interest. 1IX)T TO HLOW HOME Another Lincoln centenarian, Mrs ENDS IN FAILURE Foley, who will be 103 In May, lives Pittsburg. April 7. A dynnmlt'e within ten minutes' walk of Mrs. bomb which, tho police say, was pow- Lister. . erful enough to wreck a large buildFRANCE HAS 120,000 ing, was found early today under tho MILLIONAIRES FRANCS dining room window of tho palatial widow homo of Mrs. Annio McMullln Paris, April 8. Under the headof Matthew McMullln millionaire ing "Who Hasn't His Little Miposteel man and stuck broker the llion?" a weekly review calls attenlice announced this afternoon. had tion to the fact that from 30,000 An alarm clock mechanism in France 'before tho been sot to touch off tho bomb at 2 millionaires to war tho number of persons rated at a o'clock this morning but It failed million or more francs has expanded cxplodo. a sult-ns- e to 120,000 who own a total of The bomb was encircled In francs. thirty In which were, found . o sticks of dynamite four dry batAPE CREATED AFTER MAN a coil of wire. teries nnd SAYS FRENCH SCIENTIST Charred paper showed that sparks made by the ignition aphad been Tarls, April 8. Positive denial of paratus but a heavy rain Is believed beIt functioning the Darwin theory has been made prevented' to have fore the Academy of Medicine by no proporly. . less an nuthorlty than Professor Art thur Coutler, famous author of nuMAN CONFESSES 1AKT merous biological and medical works. DIG HOLD-UP- S IN Coutler bases his theory on tho in Buffalo, N. Y., April 7. Compli- discovery of prehistoric remains tflirty big bank all part? of the world, which show, or city in twenty-fiv- e huIn Western nnd he assorts, that not only havdthe and railroad hold-up- s to havo man being and the ape always been Southern States was said: ape' was been admitted today by Fred A. Per- types apart, but that tho hero created after man. kins, 38 years old, arrested At the same time he admits that Tuesday. where man at one time walked on all fours, Perkins told the officersspeech. they could recover $50,000 worth of but he had always - the gift of gave Liberty bonds and Btamps and GERMANS COMPARE Information regarding the wherePAYMENTS OF FRENCH worth abouts of more than ?200,000 of Government bonds ahd securities Paris, April 8. The total Indemniwhich, ho said, were stolen by his ty paid to Germany by France after gang lu holding up banks and railthe war of 1870 was 5,000,000,000 road trains in Oklahoma and other gold francs. parts of tho Southwest within the last The total sum nlroMly paid by eighteen months. the Germany to the allies since Federal agent said lils statement armistice Is 11500,000,000 gold many details. had been verified In marks, or 14,375,000,000 gold francs nearly three times the total Indem MAN PREED WHEN GIRL nity paid by Franca to Germany. REFUSES TO MAURY HIM This Is the renly made by German reparation experts in Paris to tho Judge A. T. Burg.ovin yesterday commission of reparations, which ordered the dismissal of Fred Slater, has issued an official report confirmwho appeared In Criminal Court to ing the accuracy of the figures. answer to an indictment charging seduction under nromlso of marriage. proThis course was taken after the witness, Irene Grlppen. desecuting FOR FLETCHER'S clared that sho was unwilling to marry Slater, who had offered to do 4 so, becauso, she said, ho had talkKEEPING LESIONS ed about her. Before tho dismissal was ordered, comPut the lemon you wish to keep William Kninmerer, assistant a glass. This ...oiiii'i ntinrnov: Joseph Law- - under getting bard. keeps the akin Overstreet, counsel for' from ton, and Brent NURSE ACQUITTED WILL HURRY HOME Administration Puts Business in Government Individual Initiative, EstabEncourage lishes Budget System, Reduces Oner out Taxes, Restores Public Confidence and Stands for Sane Policies V. S. . M rTnJiBrf"Tir'ssssssssr'sssirf fclct founts "?i2 . 15 fluid Drachm CASTORA For Infants and Children. IrT'T I WTif1 Mothers Know That as-i- t BKrBSSKNTATIVB HOMBR (NBW TOBK) T. SNXDEB " iN..m ? IIM . Genuine Castoria AtCOHOL-arEROEN- T. I , - ov-o- nt et -- The Ropubllcan administration came into authority In March, 1921, pledged to put more business In government and to have less of government in business. That pledge has ben liberally redeemed. One of the "first things which the Republican administration did was to impress upon business Interests that it was up to if they them to becoma wished to become that they must begin to work out their own salvation Instead of running to the Government for artificial stimulus. 'Legislation has been enacted wherever It could prove helpful, but It has not been permitted to take the place of individual energy and thrift. Simultaneously with the elimination of Government in business there was an Injection of business In Government. Perhaps what will go down s one of the greatest pieces of constructive legislation of the last half "century was the enactment of a law creating a Budget Bureau, which 'made it not only possible but many datory for the first time In the of the United States Government to conduct the Government's business In an orderly manner. It Is largely due to the Inauguration of this budget system that the dally operating expenses of the Government have been reduced in tho aggregate over $2,000,000 a day under this administration. The business Interests of the country were given consideration in the enactment of the new tax measure. Surtaxes were decreased, excess profits 'taxes were abolished altogether, and the shipping Interests of the United Stats which Include practically every .business and industry were relieved from the burdensome transportation 'taxes that were levied upon freight, express and passenger t raffle. The Edge Act to facilitate the organization of corporations to promote 'exports was amended in order to render needed assistance to business Interests endeavoring to expand America's markets in foreign countries, thereby increasing production and employment at home. self-reliabis-;tor- By rendering assistance to the agricultural sections the Congress kept alive the buying power of over halt the nation's population. This aid, al though extended directly to agriculture, was of vital Importance to business. AvccelablcltcparauoawHu-sim Inline inciooa ay iiniMhpStomachsandDowclstf . Always Bears the fcwrsHHiiffTITjiTitM xm fcV a mpwnv Timuun.,"-- " J andRcstContefflS.; MneraLNoTNAKCOTlc Jfcf)taruiiur-JhaipimP itenna. JbcM'iSMi JbtttSrt farm Sird aanfintSegar ..n-rtVrrfflUK- Signature ,. Although no act of Congress flgurod In the proeess, nevertheless, the Influences of the Republican administration, of which the Congress Is a part, gave such confidence to the business world that within a year from the time the Republican party took eontrol of all branches of the Government prices of practically all sound securities advanced materially The most outstanding example of this Is the Increase of 15 per cent. In the value of $18,000,000,000 worth of outstanding Liberty bonds. As another reflex of the Influence of the Republican administration, Interest rates have been lowered from 7 per cent, to 4 within 12 months, thus releasing money at a reasonable rate for the use of buslnoss interests. No one has the temerity to deny that business conditions today, compared with a year ago, are not infinitely bet ttr and that prospects are undoubtedly for furthor improvement There is no other explanation for this transformation in the business world ex o;pt the 12 months' application of Republican policies and the certain knowledge throughout the business world that the Influences and policies of the Republican Party, which will direct the affairs of the nation for the next wo years, are constructive In fluonces that make for accumulation rather than waste, assist legitimate acfor the pro tivities, stand tection of capital and labor and stand equally firm against the fallacious theories of Communism and Socialfour-square- d Cheerfulness neither Oplam.Morphuicnor Lx V. r $ firs in,, t (J i&S3Z2ETi l u,,uT-;-sua- a (.lf,.IRmcdvfor JP usu " resulting Ihercfroinlrfancy. I rarfirallcSIjnatnreo . fells a0S!z . For Over fThirty Years PI L hI CASTOR THC CENTAUR COMPANY, fi Exact Copy of Wrapper. NtW YORK CITY, K? Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. ism. In brief, the commercial optimism with which the people of all classes In the United States face the coming year must be wholly attributed to the fact that all branches of the Govern ment of the United States are now In control of the Republican Party. The Courier -- Journal 'V-- Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper x B Congress Goes to Aid of Agricultural Industry List of More Important Measures Written, Introduced and Passed by Republicans To Assist Farmers During Crisis V. S. HEFBESENTATIVK J. N. TINCIIBR (KANSAS), MEMBER 110U8K COMMITTEE ON prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- !' AGRICULTURE 315,-000,0- -- :) , Ohildren Ory CASTOR A Farmers of tho United States not only comprise the largest single class of produce but they are the largest single class of consumers of finished products of all kinds, and tho largest class of shippers. In view of all this, It Is essential, In order that the country as a whole be prosperous, that the farmer as a class be prosperous. When the Republican Party came Into power In March, 1921, the agricultural sections of the country were In 'tho midst of the greatest depression they had ever experienced. In response to a general demand from tho agricultural Interests the Republican Congress, on May 27, 1921, 40 days after tho session convened, enacted the Emergency, or Farmers' Tariff. This stopped at once the Influx 'of agricultural Imports and saved to the American farm producer his home 'markets. The best proof that the tariff really protects the American farmer is the fapt that since its operation Canada has renewed her efforts to negotiate a reciprocity treaty that will admit her agricultural products into this country Ifree. As a further proof of the effectiveness of this tariff It was renewed 'November IS, 1921, by the solid vote of the congressmen representing the agricultural States. The enactment of this tariff was opposed by the solid Democratic minority In both House and Senate, with a few notable exceptions. For more than a quarter of a cenI tury there has been a demand from the producers and consumers for control of the packing and allied Industries. Responsive to this demand Congress enacted such a law. It cannot be gaink Industry of the said that the United States has had better treatment from the very day that this .law began to operate. This bill was drawn by Republicans, Introduced in both .branches of Congress by Republicans, And passed by both branches of Congress controlld by Republicans. For more than 40 years there has Veen pending before Congress, in one form or another, legislation to control grain exchanges and to stop the manipulation of prices f farm products. Such a law has been enacted by this Republican Congress. Like the pack live-stoc- er control law, It was written by Republicans, introduced by Republicans and passed by Republican majorities. One of the Immediate and urgent neods of the farming communities was credit to tide them over their Imme diate crisis. In order to furnish this credit the Republican Congress amended the War Finance Corporation Act so as to enable that organization to have a revolving fund of $1,000,000,-00to be used exclusively In making loans to and agricultural Interests. Since that body began functioning under Its newly acquired pow ers It has been loaning money to the k agricultural and interests of the United States at a rate In excess of $1,000,000 a day. One of the earliest acts, of this Congress was the appropriation of $2,000,-00to bo used in the purchase of seed for the drought-strickefarmers of tho northwest Since that time legislation and appropriations have been made to farmers In assist drought-strickeother sections of the country, and also to relieve the settlers upon reclame tlon and, irrigation projects. Still another act of this Congress was the Increase of the available capital of the, Farm Loan Banks in the sum of $25,000,000, giving the Farm Loan Banks a total revolving fund of 5,000,000. This bill was written by .Republicans, Introduced by Republicans and passed by Republican majorities in both branches of Congress. Modern methods In the commercial world have demonstrated the necessity of the farmer's being permitted 'to syssell his crops under a tem, and that this might be done legally and without Interference or irrita Uon, the present Congress enacted the Marketing Bill. This la another bill written by Republicans, Introduced In both branches of Con grsss by Republicans and passed by Republican majorities. Honorable Henry C. Wallace, Secre tary of Agriculture, truly summed it up when he said: "Never in tbe same length of time did Congress give more serious atten tlon to farm needs. All of the legislation Is of a constructive character am! will be more helpful than Is now realised. 0 live-stoc- k live-stoc0 n n By special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND THE REPUBLICAN Both one year, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to Renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Now subscriptions may. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an ovonlng newspaper, you may substitute Tho Louisville Times for The Courier'-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. , t EAGLEMIKADO"- - k? EAGLE MIKADO PencUNo.m Made ia For Sale at your Dealer firo trntdea ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK' STANDARD OIIj GRANTED RIGHTS IN PALESTINE Washington April 7. The StandOil Company has been granted, exnlorlng rights In Palestine by the British government, It was learned here today. At the State Department It was said advices fronv Lon don were to tho effect that tho British government was to grant American concerns tho same rights In the mandated territory of Palestlno as were enjoyed' by tho nationals of any government signatory to the trea ty of Versailles. Some press reports from London ard today stated that the British gorara-mewas prepared to grant equal opportunity to American nationals Ia all mandated territories given to Great Britain under tho Vcrsatllea treaty, but officials of tho State Department said they bad no confirmation of such a sweeping decision. It was said, hoVovcr, thnt there was nothing to Indicate that the American contention for "equal opportunity" in mandated territories would ba seriously opposed by any of tho allied governments, and confidence was expressed that tho American position soon would bo formally nt s. rrhe Hartford pAHxmuu to Rock- wh(ch plnce thoy wore I.Joined In marriage mL.H -- - Aiiiv mo; niu Im people, and thoy have tho young best wishes of many friends hero. night nnd hurried over Rt STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) )g v9,t If tho weather don't warm up nnd Ing for a week or ten days with her tho water get In better shape at an brother, Stlnson Park and Mrs. Park, early date wo aro going to start In W. B. TINSLEY, Editor mightily behind with our fishing. We near Llvermorc. and Business Manager. Thero were no services at the Clear have n lot to do on our own account, Run Baptist Church Saturday and besides we have promlitol Ike Mason ntored according to law at tuo Sunday on account of the Illness of tnet we would do his fishing for hint. r Fostofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall tho pastor, Rev. Albert Mnddcot. Butter of the second class. Two of our former friends have HERBERT. been having trouble lately, due so one to Address all communications says, to too much promiscuous chatWho Hartford Republican. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harrison and ter concerning alleged things that family spent Sunday with Mr. and never happened. Wo hope we ar-- j not to be drawn Into their difference Mrs. Adam Richmond. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Chambers, of ns n witness, 'cause wo are neimally Hubscrlbers desiring the paper sent Owensboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert a.d pacifically inclined. We are goty a new address must give tho old , Texas, were tho ing to treat each one of these Old Chambers, of kddress in making tho request. so Business Locals and Notices 10c guests of their mother, ,Mrs. Nora BJrds rather cool and chjlly-llk- e er lino, and 8c per llje for each Chambers, Sunday. neither will know what to do about Insertion. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Howe spent Sun- trying to induce us to make a stateObituaries, Resolutions and Carda 6c for day with Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burdette. ment and If Howard and Loul3 fight St Thanks, lc per word, and ach head line and slgnautre, money Mr. Frank Stewart vlslled friends a duel we shall not be present. ' m advance. in Whiteaville Sunday. Church Notices for services free, was If the offer of a Chicago Architect Mr. Jesse Isom'of Patesvllle, lc per krat other advertisements, the guest of relatives here, last week- to give tho tenants of his apartments word. will end.. Anonymous communications a bonus of $25.00 for every babo born ;reelve no attention. Miss Nina. Burdette spent Sunday therein was tho only means of obtainwith her cousin, Miss Daisy Belle ing spending money we know of n . TELEPHONE bunch in this burg who would not be Hobbs, of Haynesvllle. A crowd of the young people, of able to ask as to the price of a paper '... 69 Farmers Mutual this place went on n fishing trip last of pins. Saturday. APRIL 11 The Genoa Conference did not start Miss Eula Barker has returned it home after an extended visit with out very" peacefully and the further Hawesvllle. it got the more It disturbed the peace Did you hear tho willow wisp the relatives near Mrs, Mary Rearden visited her son of mind of tHer Russian spectators. big leagues The ball Wednesday? and Mrs. Rearden, Btarted all over again on that date Mr. Otis Rearden, If everybody had his taxes paid for of Lyona, Wednesday. and from henceforth all of the good George McNew, of Illinois, Is about ten years in advance wouldn't Mrs. sports who have business In the Cities the guest of her mother, Mrs. Nora It be a grand and glorious old country -- will cut their cards so that business to live In? can be attended to when the home Chambers. Mr. Ernest Gillespie and Frank team Is playing on the homo lot. If Uncle Joe Wilson, who has comStewart delivered tobacco in Owensmenced the preparation for the erecIf General Semenoff, Cossack and boro Monday. e Mrs. Nora Chambers spent last tion of his new building across the leader In SIn Owensboro, with Mr. street from this office were to work iberia, Is all, or even a fractional part week-en- d two shifts he could do his work In of what he is said to have" been the and Mrs. Frank Chambers. half of the time. Besides, he would "United States would be committing EGG HUNT AT BALI) KNOB. still have daylight In which to work. 'a' crime" against common decency to .permit one of such brutal instincts y services at We've noticed almost all of our There will be and utter disregard of life, right and wrong, to remain within the bounds Bald Knob Church Sunday, April 1G life that the past is always behind and an egg hunt for the little folks In and we somehow can't ever Just of it's jurisdiction. Everybody invited to catch-u- p with the future. We would the afternoon. To our Brother Editor who recent- come and bring a lunch and some not shift the future, but there comes eggs for the children. times when wo would like to shove a ly lost his Father we extend our Respectfully, bit of the past Into the future again. sympathy. It was our good ARTHUR HAVEN. fnrtiinn in Irtinw ihn nhspnt Dnp In We know of a woman who went timately. He was truly a fatherly" fishing one Sunday and then again on Father, sound In judgment and his BAR ADOPTS RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OP JUDGE FOGLE Monday night. We wouldn't do more life worthy of emulation. Notwiththan half that bad. We would have standing the fact that Judge Fogle At a meetlnir of tho Hartford Bar at least refrained from going on Monhad been an invalid during the past two or three years he will be greatly 'and officers of the court held at the day night. , missed by the community as well as office of R. E. Lee Zimmerman. April and j 7, 1922, the following preamble HARNETT'S CREEK. by his son and other relatives. resolutions touching upon the death Mr. Lou Hoover, who has been ill Press dispatches state that the of a distinguished member were for the past few weeKs, is no betEquitable adopted: Coal Strike Is spreading. ter. Judge Jesse E. Fogle, a member of means may be found at an early date Mr. Onls Wade and family, of near lor bringing the striking miners and the bar, departed this life, April Gth, Sunnydale, were tho guests of Mr. operators together, although there 1922, at his home in Hartford, Ky., Wado's mother, Mrs. Cloah Wade, appears to be no visible prospect of after a lingering Illness lasting over Sunday. v such an event. It looks verv much a nerlod of more than two years. He Mrs.'Belle Brooks and children are House on lot New approxi- was born at Liberty, Casey County, visiting Mr. E. L. Brooks this week. like a tripple conflict with per cent of the Ky., April 7th, 1S48 and was educatmately ninety-seve- n Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Trogdon spent 150 ft. square, comer Fifth people as the suffering wedge, or oc- ed In the schools of that county and Saturday night with Mr. Trogdon's & Broadway, Beaver Dam, cupants of "No, Man's Land," un- Kentucky University, now Transyl- sister, Mrs. Otway Rhoades and Mr. Ky:, at a bargairi"if taken by armed and helpless 'twlxt those who vania University, at Lexington, Ky. Rhoades. caro but little as to what may happen He Joined the Christian Church in Mrs. Sherman Gray was the guest May 1st. to the great body of neutrals. One early manhood and was a consistent of Mrs. Cloah Wade Monday. jddo to the difference says it cannot Christian during life though' not acMr. Otway Rhoades was In H. E. RENFROW. pay present prices or those In vogue tively identified with the church for on business, Monday. recently. The other parties say they many years. He was admitted to the must have more pay and shorter bar at Liberty, Casey County, Ky., hours. There is something radically May 25, 1S71, and located for the wrrnip whfr Is It? it a neutral Hiractlco of his profession at Hart makes enquiry of one party and is i ford, Ky., Sept. 4th., 1872. For a content to stop there he understands time he was associated In the practice and may be satisfied with the answer. of his profession with his uncle, Hon. But if he happens to ask the other jw. N. Sweeney and Judge James party to the difference he gets no-- 1 Stuart, of Owensboro, both of whom ' where and Is still at sea. Those were distinguished lawyers. He was schooled In mining affairs differ radl- - married to Mlts Leila Addington, cally as to the merits and demerits I daughter of the late V. P. and Dorcas . jgitne grounu occupieu by the two Addington, of" Hartford, Ky, Juno 6, elements, we havemost genr 1877. Ho is survived by one daughorally found him to be a partisan of ter, Mrs. T. B Petiie, of Indianapolis, one camp or tho other and therefore Ind , and a son, McDowell A. Fogle, an unsatisfactory source of informa-- 1 a respected member of this bar and tion. Some day this big neutral, editor of Tho Hartford Herald. is going alecplng party Bo it Resolved by this Bar and ofto become thoroughly aroused and de- ficers of the court! 1st. Tiiat in the death of Mr. FoIt liver a few blows in will not take long to win the battle gle the bar of this county has lost an once ho gets going. He is to big and honorable and honored member! one strong to be made the tool of those who was learned in the Jaw and a through and by whom both striker careful and painstaking practitioner. and operator Must eat their bread. His Judgment in matters pertaining "We believe tho average citizen Is most to his profession was accurate and .generally In sympathy with the Em- clear and his ability placed him ployee rather than the Employer. among the leaders of his bar and tho (He naturally starts out a bit prejudlc- - bar of the state. We shall miss him il lmJnp hnmnn nnil htniRplf lnnk-lfrnnnr mtilst. AltllO his nrotracl- Ing to someone above, financially ed illness had caused his withdrawal 11 .Bpeaking, for his Income. But of from active practice for several yearsk . his cheery greeting and pleasant face the disputes at the base of the pre-When we go to erect'a building, the first and most ' tent strike we can't state that we still remain In memory. important part is a good foundation. So it is and "know enough to say Just where the 2nd. That a copy of these resolusorrowing should be with every farmer when you go to break blame might nttach. But we do state tlons be furnished the your ground for corn or any other farm product that In order to have It settled right members of his family and to each and'for a period of time long enough of the county papers for publication you are making the foundation for your farm proJn which to have a good breathing I nnd be spread In the orders of the ducts, and it should be built right. spell, wo nunounco our willingness to j circuit and county courts of this Buy a No. 11 Oliver Sulky Plow with a combination go Jnto the coming winter without county. Rolling Coulter and Jointer and you .will have no select In our little bin. The Mln- 3rd. That the committee jiny coal trouble in making a good seed bed for your farm procrs and Operators will have no ad- -, and designate someone to present i""c" riAit, incornoratca ' X' , YOU MUST SEE WHAT? The Senior Play, entitled "Much Ado About Betty" THURSDAY EVENING, Ajml 20, 1922. Time: 8:00 p. m. High School Auditorium Hartford, Ky. WHEN? WHERE? WHY? Ic one-tim- tSSC OMEDY in 3 acts - LEAN, all-da- HOW MUCH? sin-cer- Reserved Seats Gen. Admission . . Children 50c 35c 25c Special Music. Tickets at Ohio County Drug Co. For Sale A BOWL OF Gold Fish Free . r.FKlf- ... ...... e. j . WITH A BOX OF Nylotis Face Powder 75c Just to make you acquainted with the quality of Nylotis Face Powder De Luxe we will give FREE of charge with a purchase of one box of this face powder on Saturday, April 22nd A large glass globe containing two live Gold Fish with sea weed and pebbles. Please do not ask us to reserve or fill telephone orders for these. You must come and get them at the time of sale. STRICTLY CASH. ni No. Oliver Sulky Plow men "when that day comes. CLEAR RUN. railiu&u uvvi mo bicuw uvju v. luj-.vuc- au IU toa country, eloped tometlme of Clear Run, and Miss Rachel Taylor of the Washing- - Wilburn Hoover, R. K. LEE SIMMERMAN, C. E. SMITH, R. R. WEDDINO, Committee. & viau WVUAl ducts. Beayer Dam Drug Co. "The Nyal Store" BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Satur-- The garage of Wallace, Taylor t Morris Is nearlng completion. n 1'liW.lWA ' f. "'-- HMMUW - r. l 'fM'S'""-"- ' 'r"' "J" " V Miss Lelln Petrle, returned to her Judge Jno. II. Wilson was In Fordsvlllo Wednesday, on business. homo In Indianapolis, Ind., Sunday afternoon after attending tho funeral Equip your car with Goodyear Dia- and burlnl of her grandfather, Judge mond Triad Caalngs nnd havo less J. E. Foglc. Her mother, Mrs. T. D. tiro troublo and moro miles per gal- Petrle, was unable to attend tho funlon of gas. eral of her fnther, on account of tho AQTON nr.OS, Denier. 41t2 Illness of her daughter, Miss Duth. r& jf SPRING SALE! We Extend to You a Very Special Invitation to be Present at the Opening ' of Our BIG SPRING SALE . Dames, of Denver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Taylor, and Mrs. Nannie Taylor, of Liberty, were among those Mr. nnd Mrs. O. T. Durns went to from who attended the Owensboro yesterday where they will funeral and burial of Judge J. E. spend a few days tho guests of Mr. Fogle Inst Friday. . m Durns' father, Mr. S. T. Durns and Mrs. Durns. CUIUOSITIKS OK THE NEWS In n, Mr, and Mrs. James CaBkey DenMr. and Mrs. Hitnm Miller and nett nnd son, Oscar, left Sunday for little son? Joh"ri" Hiram, Mrs. Lydla a Beveral days' visit with friends and Miller, Messrs John H. and Frank relatives Llvermoro and mM mJfm Beginning tli. X. SATURDAY i and continuing to 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 yQur time spent in our store profitable and pleasant. Tell your friends about it. REMEMBER, our salespeople are ready to serve you. There is only one BOSS in our store, and that is the customer. Your will is our pleasure. McCall Patterns carried in stock. i SEE US DURING THE SALE. I&l&Gb. X The Hartford - Mr. and Mrs. Darrctt Russell and daughter, Miss Lillian, returned to Strange Happenings Culled from the Dally I'Wks. their homo hero Sunday fr.om Arcadia, Florida, whero they had spent the winter. Washington, April 13 (Capital News Service.) A Chicago architect Mrs. Dernlco Frost and children of Is building an apartment house with City, wore tho week- a baby buggy locker for evdry apartCentral end guests of Mrs. Frost's father, Dr. ment, and offers every tenant a bonE. D. Pendleton and Mrs. Pendleton, us of $25 for every baby born In the of this city. house. A New Jersey man carries off the Just received a shipment of fine prize for being the most forgetful Shoes and Slippers, guaranteed all man In the world. He left his motor leather, at. good prices. Mado by car on a ferry boat and took a taxi Friedman-Shelbto his office. The police gathered M. T. LIKENS, Hartford. In tho motor and began to look for the supposed suicide. The police auMr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphreo thorities suspended sentence to await of Owensboro, arc tho guests of Mrs. developments as to man Murphree's paonts, M. and Ms.frr who would forget he whether amight had a car Murphreo's parents, Mr. and Mrs, not forget to stop it some time. Rowan Holbrook, of this city. A Washington, D. C, engraver has DAYDREAK FERTILIZER, Mfg. spent four months of spare time and by Federal Chemical Co. 16 per cent produced a perfect engraving of the Phosphate Rsdried at $14.50 per ton Capitol Building upon the head of an on car, April 17th. LUTHER CHINN, ordinary pin. A baby of Sacramen42-- lt Dcaver Dam, Ky. to, Calif., fell into a pond. While SALESMEN WANTED To solicit frantic nurse and parents waded to. orders for lubricating oils, greases her the youngster began to swim and and paints. Salary or Commission. succeeded In swimming herself to Address THE HARVEY OIL CO., shore. Cleveland, Ohio. ' A Seattle criminal wanted for six months by the police has finally been Prof. D. E. Fogle returned to his apprehended. He was found On the home at Georgetown last Sunday, af- police force' that was hunting him, ter attending the funeral nnd burial having served in uniform for six of his brother, Judge J. E. Fogle, months. which took place last Friday. Two Washington, D. C, men disputed ownership of a dog. Taken to Marvin York, accompanied by Mrs. court, the judgo left it to the dog to York, went to Owensboro Monday," decide, which the sagacious animal where Mr. York will remain some did so emphatically that all who wit time under treatment. Mrs. York nessed the canine demonstration were Is expected toreturn home tomor satisfied he had chosen his rightful row. owner. y. ld MJSL 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. 8 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 in and give us an opportunity to help you select such articles as you may need for Milady's wardrobe. ff irii -- Carson (EL Co, !! Hartford, Kentucky. Republican' IH1DAV. Miss Ruth Weller, formerly of Dun dee, but now of Louisville, recently underwent an operation at the Norton APRIL 14' Mr. Owen Lee, City, was tho week Memorial Infirmary, Louisville, for end guest of relatjves in Sulphur appendicitis, nnd Is getting along nicely. -- . I Springs. Mrs. John LIndley was In Owensbo- - I awM(r. Miss Marllssa Foster, of Nocreek, Miss Deulah Mooro went to Louisville, Wednesday to attend the spent a few days recently. In Hartford, tho guest of her brother, Mr. E. K. E. A. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. H. Foster and Mrs. Foster, and her At The Best Stands. Hotel Drooms. the onlr broom for sister, Mrs. O. D. 'Carson and Prof. J heavy sweeping. 42t3 Carson. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mrs. J. B. Tappan returned to PERSONAL NEWS Tuesday from Louis Miss Mary Marks, Principal of the her home hero AND SOCIAL EVENTS Hartford High School, attended the ville, where she had been since last Friday, the guest of Mr. and M.rs. W. K. E. A., at Louisville this week. E. Travis and MaJ. and Mrs. J. L. Red Spot Paint and Varnish at Lallinger. ACTON DROS. 41t2 Dcforc purchasing your Monumen tal work write C. W. RUNNER, Dow- New Galvanized Tubs and Palls: Mr. Everetto Ashby of Centertown, nB Green, Ky. Agents Wanted, OOc No. 1 Tubs Tuesday. was In Hartford . 70c No. 2 Tubs Messrs. Sidney and Mervel Grant No. 3 Tubs 80c County Attorney Otto C. Martin 0j tno Barrett's Ferry country, were 20c 10 Qt. Pails went to. Dixon, Ky., yesterday. In Hartford Tuesdny of last week. WILLIAMS & T.AYLOR. . SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. WANTED! ONE CAR ' Mrs. Nettie M. Reid and .laughter, Mrs. Cozle Dupy, who spent about six months with their daughter and Prof, and Mrs. O. L. Shultz aro atsister, Mrs. P. O. McKlnney, and Mr. Bur-notMc0f- Rufus Chapman and tending the K. E. A., in Louisville. McKinney, at Oakmond, Pa., have reDaniel, T)f Dells Run, were turned to their home, at Rockport. buttons. guests of friends in town, Sunday. Hemstitching and covered ' MRS. W. J. DEAN, Mr, and Mrs. Harold T. Holbrook work mule, who since l"OK SALE Good Hartford, Ky. 4214 their marriage last fall good condition, 8 years old and 1$ have had rooms In the homo of Mrs. high. Mies Mary Render, of Centertown, bands S. J. Wedding on North Clay Street, R. B. MARTIN, Hartford. was a caller at this office, last together with Mrs. Oma Turner, Mrs. Holbrook's mother, havo moved to Mrs. A. C. Porter left yesterday shoj a farm, near tho oil wells. Paducah, whero Tho best place- to get your furni- afternoon for somo floor coverings Is at ACTON will remain wltn Mr. sorter for ture and 4lt2 time. SHADE TREES BROS. at cut prices. Druggets, Rugs and Floor Oilcloth M. T. LIKENS. JBpPel - vfKtoxe&t MEmllio Rell, of Llvermore, of Misses Margaret King last Monday. Live Poultry AT to BEAVER DAM, KY. Monday and Tuesday, April 17-- 18 i - Prof. Wilbur P. Rhoads, of tho Mrs'. . Horbert Chinn High School Faculty, is atsevere cago of kidney trouble, at her Hartford ' Is 111 of a homo here. tending tho K. E. A. In Louisvlllo, this week. Mr. "W. E. Ellis mado a business Mr. L. D. Fulkerson and llttlo son, trip to Owensboro Tuesday, returning James Paul, of near Pond Run, were Wednesday. callers at this office, while In town MOTOR last Saturday. Call TICIIENOR-MILLECo., for Taxi Service day, night or Hon. A. S. Bennett, of Louisville, any old time. was the guest of relatives In this city, tho latter part of last week and the Mrs. Laura B. Babbitt and son, first of this week. of Askln, were In Basham, Wednesday. Misses. Minerva and Cesna John "with their ' complete son spent last week-en- d Shamrock brand Overalls, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Johnboys, price right. line for men and son, near Blshenor. DEVER BROS, Hartford. R FRUIT TREES ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGEPLANTS BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS Will pay the following cash prices at car: Hens 21 cents, Cox 10 cents In case of rain, will set over the third day to accommodate you. Bring your poultry in and get good prices before market goes lower. Warm weather will soon be here. I reserve the right to refuse poul try on account of heavy feed and tonnage space and will pay more if market will justify. Come early and avoid the rush. PLANTS FLOWERS BULBS Everything in Flowers From Seeds to Trees I TAPSCOTT FLORIST . Get your Seeds, Fortlllzor .and FriMr. Park Tappan spent from Farming Implements, from until Monday of day of last week D. L. D. SANDEFUR, guest of this week In Dundee, the Bcayer Dam, Ky., S. Main St. 36t9 Mr. Griffith Mitchell. ' OWENSBORO, KY. .Write for Catalogue. T. W. WALLACE: T FAMOUS UNCLES IN FICTION COOLIDGE SPEAKS IN DETROIT MnneW At $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper ?. Up to About Thirty Years Ago Mr. Stowe' Hero Might Be Said to Be Favorite. Who Is the most famous uncle Iti literature? Thirty yorfrs ngo only one answer could lime been rUoii. It would have heen "Uncle Tom," who dwelt In the "cnhln." and whose sufTerltjcfl did much to hnsten the emancipation of his fellow slnves, London Answers states. He wns only an "uncle" by court iy, Just as many an old woman Is addressed as "Branny" who has no other claim to that title except nge. Almost 'as well known today Is an other "uncle by courtesy," nlso n This Is tho Immortal "Uncle Ilemus," whom Joel Chandler Harris depicts so Inimitably as relatlnj: to a little white boy the fanciful doltip? of IJrer Rabbit, llrer Fox, Brer Tar- rupin and Brer B'nr. Uncle Remus Is n unlvcrsol favorite, and all the children are his nephews and nieces. Probably the most humorous uncle in literature is that Uncle Podpcr who hangs a picture In J. K. Jerome's "Three Men In n Boat;" whilst undoubtedly the most saturnine Is Uncle Ralph Nlckleby, In Dickens' masterpiece, and the most horrible that frightful old miser uncle of David Balfour, In Ilobert Louis Stevenson's Kidnaped." The creator of Sherlock Holmes has a very attractive uncle in the best of his French novels, "Uncle Bernac," and those who are above mllltnry age will recall the "Uncle Harry," who endured a week's misery with "Budge and Toddy," lu thnt once world-reabook, "Helen"! 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Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Detroit, April 0. Vice President Coolldge conpludcd his two-da- y visit to Michigan this afternoon, as a luncheon guest at the Detroit Athletic Club, whoro ho spoke briefly In praise of tho Harding administration. The Vica President was accompanied on his return to Washington by Representative Patrick A. Kelley, who had escorted him to Lansing, where he was last night the principal speaker at a Republican gathering. They left shortly after 1 o'clock. Mr. Coolldge arrived from Lansing this morning, and after breakfast was taken for n tour of Inspection of an automobile plant. Commenting on this feature of his visit in his speech', tho Vice President said ho had "marveled at the organization and efficiency shown," and he continued, "Wo are trying at Washington to get the same organization and efficiency Into federal government. Wo are reorganizing departments, trying to bring more of the efficiency of private enterprise Into $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. the nation's business." We are making progress," he buildings In general. Certainly there is no lack of originality combined with great knowledge in such buildings as these, nor any causo to complain thnt our architecture) in native is lacking .. .Wwae. ' 5tS?.rt initiative. Wo must not overlook at the same time the high quality of our domestic , Succeed wfcen evervthuip el fjfi. j nervous prosuatio-- j i.-The results of the arms conference ar.d itmnio weaknesse they ate the supreme were praised by tho Vice President, architecture. Our modern city resiremedy, ni thousands have testified. treaty dences have shown large improve- who declared the four-powFOR KltiNEYLIVERAND had removed the threat of trouble riu in the matt .r of design, and, as i STOMACH TROUBLE Pacific, and had at the same for our country homes, many of them f. it is the best from the medicine ever sold time lifted a heavy burden from Am- are far ahead of anything in Eu- 6 over a druGglVa counter. .T HERE'S A BUDDING NOVELIST erican taxpayers. rope. Anyone who wants to tee whoro President Harding's administraIndiana Youngster May Yet Add to tion, he concluded, "means peace we are ahead of other countries In Long List of State's Successful abroad and prosperity everywhere." our domestic architecture needs only Authors. IVnnts a to comparo tho plans of a For the stomach and bowel disAmerican house with its Eng- d Ellis Hunter has n orders of babies McGee's Baby Elixir sh equivalent, for instance. And son, Lyman. Several days ago Ly- Is a remedy of genuine &&A merit. It acts we all know thnt there Is nothing man's teacher announced that all the quickly, is pure, and wholesome lywhere in the world to comparo pupils In the room were to write an fcj jIIUM'IH' '1 1131 r'li original story. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c with our wonderful business buildPF.RnNAI IlvrMiriJi? observed their young son lying on per bottle. Sold by Ohio County ings. The fact Is, we nre better Diiiolved In water for douche top m planners In everything wo build. the floor pondering heavily on his Drug Company. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam. contribution to Indiana's mntion. Recommended by Lydia E. stock of literature. 22 BILLlOX TELEPHONE Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. a very good When, at last, the Job was done, the A healing wonJer for ed to have 'contained MESSAGES SENT IX 11121 catarrh, .NEWSPAPER GIVES ' ore throatnnd lonrnv., P.m..:.i grade of sawdust and sand, sillier proud parents discovered that their Km clU.onlo.ry clcaoiina nj (tnnitiW County IN PRIZES stated that he would make restitu- youthful author had written a stirOhio FORTUNE :i Bucyrus, Ohio, April S. There 5"3lrree. vie. ill Jiuiuil ., . fwf. J. ThPito,To3rtCip1paT.t)c.ii.Mu. called "Jim und were 22,000,000,000 telephone mestion within the three weeks allowed, ring narrative John." And here wus Lyman's story: Jjoaisvillc Herald Announces Gigan- but It is likely that even after he does tho telephone "One bright summer day Jim and sages carried over CIRCUIT COURT a jail term. this, he will be slven tic Gift Campaign Which InJohn were playing In Uie dark. They wires of the United States during the Meets first Monday in March, May Louisville Herald. cludes 14 Free OutomobUo. herd a noise in the house. So they year 1921, an average of over and July; third Monday In September " messages a day according to went In. They were nil alone. They Monday in November: saw a burglar. They tip toed up the report of W. S. Vivian of Chi- and fourth Automobiles are to bo given away YANKEE FAXS SEEK Judge George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro RUTH'S SERVICES stars together for there gun. Wben cago vice president of the Telephone Trith a lavish hand, according to an Glover H. Cary, BE: they got up there they saw another Men's Association speaking before the Com'tli. Attorney i just made by The announcement Calhoun. burglar. So they tip toed around the April 7. Dyed-In-thNew York, Rotary Club here on "The Servico of Clerk Frnnk Dlnck. Herald. Mere than ?25, Xouisvillc other way and got a gun. Then they . ... nnl Vn nVnn nnn tnilqv atr tnr1 n iUUj the Telephone." 000 in prizes are included in the list "uul went B. H. Ellis. Master Commissioner petition to former Judge glar. down stars and shot, that bur,of awards to be distributed among 'ation of the Then they went up stars and Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichcnor. n nnrt women of Kentucky and ad- - K. M. Landis, commissioner of baseshot the other burglar and got all the COUXTV COURT joining states, and people from all ball, requesting the reinstatement things they had stolen. When their Convenes first Monday in each Babo Ruth in tno American mother came home the boys told the sections arc entering the gift cam- month: he may hole story and they lived happy ever League team's line-u- p that For Infants and Children ralcn that is attracting such wide at- Judge IL R. Wedding. play the Pen,nK game of tho season. after." Kansas City Star. In Use For Over tention. . Years County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. rtmm ( a uj sponsoring the The "automobiles to be given away G. C. Hill, who is Always bears Clerk Guy Rnnney. Weigh Elements of Universe. obtaln-dud- o 1 lc,L in- - petition, said tonight he had the A Safe Old Fashioned are .fourteen In number. They .Sheriff a. A. Ralph; Deputies: Atomic weights of nearly forty of Signature of a few hours, $3,888.75 Marmon, $3,375 ed 1.000 signatures in a Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Rraedy for Worms the ninety chemical elements from expected to have fully 20,000 Cadillac. $1,699 Haynes, $1,515 Chal-.an- d Seventj.fivevearceontin-uoti- a which the universe Is built have been P. Jones. presented it to Commissioner S1.050 Nash. $1,355 Hupmo-- 1 fore he determined by Prof. Theodore Rich-nrd- s AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE uie ta the beat testiJailer Nat Hudson. monial FSEY'S VERMIFUGE and Prof. Gregory P. Raster, ac'hite, $1,195 Essex, $1,150 Studebak- - Landis, NOW LEADS THE WORLD QUARTERLY COURT can offer you. Tho petition declares that It is the cording to announcement by Harvard er, $1,095 Columbia, $1,030 Hulck, Keep a bottle always on Convenes first Monday In each month. opinion of a majority of fans that university. hand. It will help keep 4970 Maxwell, $90 Durant, $625 Ov Tho past year was an especially FISCAL COURT S3 suspension until May 20, imThe figures were issued after 35 Ruth's the Hide ooea healthy erland and $598 Chevrolet. interesting one architecturally, end Convenes Tuesday after first Monand happy. posed when he persisted In playing years of experimentation, and some of The plan of the gift campaign Is JOc bottl t your dnif cit' or first Tuesday in fall, the data is being ued by thousands showed the high quality of much of day In January; (cncial tore; cr ii your tletlrr anich that the winners of the automo-'blle- a on a 'barnstorming' tour last p tho architecture that America Is April and October, R. R. Wedding cn't lupplyyoiMtndhiirume should be lifted, that the public of chemists throughout tho world, the ded 30c in and other prizes are to be mpa and we'll oping both in public and domes- County Judgo, presiding. ho report says. end you a bottle promptly. by votes. Those who secure might see him In action and that Among the facts discovered was that tic building, eded In 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford bays an editorial L4S. FREY. BjJtiort, Hi. Ihe highest number of votes will be inay attempt to make another homo iron and nickel from meteorites have March Architecture. y Und District W. C. Knott, Center-tow.' the same atomic weights as Iron and ones to become the owners run record, the lucky Wo are all inclined to look with a "We do not censure Judge Landis nickel from the earth. Indicating the motor cars of the or eye upon ne,w developments 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons for enforcing this rule," It says, "but unity of the universe. It was also critical Jatest models. found that sliver and copper, wher- and rlghtiy so, for only by eternal ltii District J. R. Murphy, wo think he should consider the pubSeveral of the largest newspapers steps to have the rule re ever dug, are of constant weight, but vlgllanic may we hope to awaken WILL of the country have recently con- lic and take that there are two weights of lead, t!.e jml.ic to the fact that we have 5th District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart pealed." TAKE ducted similar campaigns, with the ford, R. F. D. No. 4. that from radium materials being I'vclpped a native architecture an J of people have result that thousands lighter than the ordinary kind. that Its future- - lies largely In their flth District Mack Martin, Narrows, FUNDS' MISUSE LAID TO Tiecomo interested in tho fortunes of R, F. D .No. 2. hands. l'ORTO HICAN GOVERNOR Ihoso who participated and secured Keeping Car's Temperature. The public Is not blind ts some 7th District J. Walter Taylor, BeaA Treat.xenl automobiles gratis. The Louisville It Is desirable during the transit of would have us think; on the conver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. B Mont KifLiShffik. San Juan P. R. April 7 Herald in inaugurating its campaign, Reily Governor of Porto Rrco Andi-to- r fruit In a refrigerator cur to know trary, it Is keen of vision, but tho for WEAK BOARD OF EDUCATION the precise temperature in different "las .arranged a prize list that Is the Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason b&lsHftMXv Kesslnger and Governor Reily's parts of the car, for this temperature vision Is too often focusscd badly LUNGS or greatest in tho history of Kentucky private secretary, Harwood Hull, are and overlooks tho moro significant Convenes First Monday In every Journalism, and it is expected that charged in a grand jury presentment Is seldom the wune throughout the things that make up tho material moth. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, COHSUMPTIOK For this purpose there will be many eager ones to with misuse of public funds for pri' interior of the cur. Agriculture Secretary-Trensurer. the Department of has upon which to base a judgment of and bhare In this generous distribution of vate purposes. now lu use an Instrument which Is de- our architecture. In general. R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief for that tired, tun down feellnc, ..a Jortune In prizes. ' Tho monumental building in tho couichi, paint In cliett. night iweati. bemorR, F. D. No. C. There are- four different counts scribed In Popular Mechanics Magathagei, against the men mentioned in the zine. It has twelvo resistance ther- way of n great public Institution was W. R. Carson, Vlco Chairman, Hart- not btla weak itluagi or consumption. II It mdot yoa cotti you nolbUt mometers for recording the tempera- splendidly represented in Mr. Cass ford, R. F. D. No. 3. presentment. Lock box eta ture at twelve different parts of the Gilbert's noble library at Detroit, Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL GO. FOR FLETCHER'S COLUMBU a. The presentment which cover ten ear. The Instruments are connected and Mr. James Gamble Rogers' Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. typewritten pages, expresses the be by a cable to a twelve-poin- t plug lief of the grand Jury that if present that fits a socket on the recording Harkness Memorial at Yala Univer- Claud Renfrow, Dundee. MAGIC HEALER inExaminations. conditions had continued and the box, so that a circuit can he estab- sity has been recognized as a really MUST PAY BACK vestigation been delayed one year the lished with nny of the colFor Common School Diplomas twelve ther- great achievement in modern Fourth Friday and Saturday In Janpublic treasury would have Buffered mometers. The exact temperature is legiate gothlcj TJie "beginning of the end" of a considerable loss. Mr. Magonlglo's design for tho uary, and Second Friday and Saturshown on a register In one corner of ase that has attracted the interest The district attorney Is directed to the box and a chart shows the locution Kansas City war monument solved a day in May. To bo held In Fords- very difficult problem In a distin- ville, Beaver Dam and Hartford. jor the colored people of the city cam prepare indictments and proceed of euch thermometer. guished way, and Mr. Goodhue's bold .yesterday when John Miller, colored, against Mr. nelly and the others on For Teachers' Certificates Third "Moll Cutpurse," Notorious Thief. given until May 5 in which to the basis of evidence and testimony and highly original design for the Friday and Saturday in May, Juno Mary Frith, sometimes called "Moll Nebrnska State Capitol gives promise and September. pay back to Mattle Waters $12, the obtained by them for the purpose of Except notice is Cutpurse," a notorious thief in the time of a new and, we amount he Is said to have charged prosecution. believe, desirablo given to the contrary tho latter exof Charles I died of drop- departure in tho designing of civic aminations will bo held in Hartford. ler under his guarantee that he could 4 sy ut the age of seventy-four- . She poseuro her ills. The charge against the KltEXCH AGAINST WOMEN OTHER OFFICERS sessed grent physical strength, and freHOLDING PUBLIC OFFICE quently assumed man's attire. Having mnn was obtaining monoy under false R. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner Teelirtght all the time Don't layoff pretenses. Fordsvlllo. on one occusion held up Lord Fulr-fa- x from work for days by taking calomel on nouuslow he&th, the was capParis, April 8. Returns of a refweeks ago, Miller called up-eC. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo Surveyor Some when pleasant Lio- - Ver-La- x keeps yo4 Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilorellevingyourtroubi tho Waters woman, who is in erendum taken by all chambers of tured und sent to Newgate, but escaped lSSD lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dotit 411 iealth, and assured her that be commerco in France as regards tho by means of bribery'. Run. take anything else. You can't affort! HARTFORD would restore her to normal physi- eligibility of women for election to it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syx Titled Women In "Movies." Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. cal condition if she would uso a cer-la- chambers show that the majority are tem and relieves constipation. A nat' Among tho women of the English ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur Mayor W. C. Blankonship. "electrical pad," said to bo po- not In favor of women holding such aristocracy who have become motion In its effect and certain in results. U Council L. H. Bishop, Secy.' ssessed of remarkable curatlvo pow- positions. picture actresses ure Lady DIuna won't bo long beforo Liv- - Ve Lax will Tho returns from Lyons state that Cooper, daughter of the duke ers. "Dr. Miller", it is said, directRPOKl'OKT completely displaco calomel in evorj of Rut"patient" to rub tho afflicted the administration of justlco in com- land; the Hon. Lois Stuart, duughter ed his home. Children can take it freely an Robert L. Green, Judge. parts' with the magic pad and the mercial tribunals demands qualities of Lady Allngton; Miss Poppy Wynd-haLeo W. Phorson, Marshall, "' Hunccfc ninety, ivery Dome guaranteed. TOcand $1 in bottles, Non she of calm and impossibility which are daughter of Lord Inehcupe, und "patient" followed directions, Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and signet. sald, but sho could discover nothing rarely found together in the female Lady Eden. turo of L, K. Grfcaby. For sale by W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. pad, which is ulleg- - character. sjaslc about tho Stllli Mason, Treasurer. It . WTI.TJilW. . BMtfKA afe t er well-design- sitters .ikc..mut MjMueuutajjKuu.'Jl r rs .... SflSMTWH rKrt"fc Hjdi? & (fog s Every Womnn seven-year-ol- j well-know- n innde-ln-Indla- DIRECTORY nal J 00 Mothers use -- e- iu"o tu Dl.u wu I i CASTORIA 30 -- fr&fs S Yermnu &e rf be-me- rs CfoW faff dc-v- high-power- jarrji YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY gin - -- ysp lo FORGONE MONTH - Children Cry CASTORIA USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver an3 the Troubles ot Constipation. (1025-1040- ), m in VT mw kaJknaLiaihJ fWl . HUPiiiifmjUjwiif hi mwtf wypr ppi "V t EARM DEPARTMENT. . y,000 Kentucky Knriiier Keep Itookrt On HiislncNs. April S. Farm Lexington Ky lumkkcoplnK la on tho Increase In Kentucky this year, moro than 2,000 farmers already having adopted tho practice of keoplng books on tlielr farm business In record books com piled by farm mnnngoment specialists of the College of Agrlcnlturo, It Is reported. Further steps to help farmers put tlielr business on a better basis have been taken In the form of a number of fnrm management demonstrations held In different sections of the State by C. U. Jctt, farm management extension specialist of tho college. More than GOO of those demonstrations have been hold to show farmers how to take nn Inventory of their farm equipment and Btart tho records, It Is said. Home of (ho leading counties of tho Stato In the number of farm that hnvo been started are LaOhio, Kenton, Calloway, Daviess, rue, and I'nlon. The number of record keepers In these countlen rnngo from CO to 20. ds chicks out on tho ground as soon ns possible Is an Important point In controlling leg weakness. If tho weather is unfavorable a pleco of sod turned bottom sldo up mny bo placed In the houso. Feeding tho grain in a little to Induce exercise also Is nn Important point." l'jmltry lliilrlicrlc.H IMiik In U'Lsconnln. Inspected Tho Wisconsin poultry hntcherles are thu only ones In tho United States which aru under Stato regulation and Inspection, according to Information collected by tho United States Department of Agriculture. Because of tho monace to the poultry industry thru the sale of young chicks of Inferior quality and breeding, tho State Department of Markets and tho poultry department of the University of Wisconsin hnve established regulations and requirements for hatchery flocks and for hatcheries, and' those that fill tho requirements and llvo up to the regulations will be known as "Wisconsin Inspected and Accredited Hatcheries and Hatchery Flocks." A list of tho accredited hatcheries and flocks hns been prepared and publishl'ariu iiihI Home News From Over ed. Chicks purchased from hatcheries on the list bear tho mark of tho Kentucky. Department of Markets, which gives of carload assurance that thoy aro Cooperative shipping standard lots of llvo poultry to Eastern mar- bred and from reasonably good strains. Inspectors Issue kets Is proving profitable for nreck-lnrld- g county farmers, County Agent certificates to owners of hatcheries and flocks that fill tho requirements. K. M. Greene reportsj In nn effort to Improvo their soils through tho use of limestone. Laurel county farmers hnvo set a goal of 150 cars to be used In that section of to the Stato this year, according County Agent F. H. Wilson. During one month, two carloads of tho material wore received and distributed Farmers In pjicIi week, ho added. communities reduced tho cost threo of their fertilizers by pooling orders. lllK Coms (Jive More whlto oats which nro giving favorable results In dlffcront sections of Now York. g selecTho Iogren, n tion from Green Russian, one of tho most popular varieties In northern Iowa, was first distributed In 1921 through tho Iown station. TI1I9 variety should bd valuable In northern Io wa, southern Minnesota, and In other States with similar climatic conditions. Tho Idnmlne, a pure-lin- e selection from Sllvcr-mln- o, dovetoped at tho Aberdeen (Idaho) substation, was first distributed In 1021, when soveral hundred should prove popular generally for growing on Irrigated lands In Idaho and adjoining States. high-yieldinhigh-yieldin- g, 44 T 444444 GALLON VS are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we , m m Profit Associa- Crittenden county farmers recentcents a ly received five and one-hapound moro than tho. local price for live poultry by cooperatively shipping a carload to mnrket, according to County Agent John R. Spencer. lf H Increased Interest among Morgan county farmers in soli Improvement by an Increnso In the Is marked amount of fertilizers purchased and Uji- - larger acreage of legume crops fcnlch Is being planned, County Agent It. U. Rankin says. This year about iwfco as much phosphato has been purchased as in former years while the acreage of legumes will be doubled, he said. Sweet clover Is attracting considerable attention from Breckenrldgo county farmers this year, County Agent R .M. Qrecno reports. Forty with Mr. farmers will cooperate Green and tho College of Agriculture extension division In growing an acre r two each to show the possibilities of the crop for that section oi mo -- tion Figures Show.' Figures collected from various g associations thruout the country and complied by tho United States Department of Agriculture tend to confirm the previous conclu sions of tho department that with in tho breeds, so far as they wero represented by these animals, which were mostly grades, tho largo cows aro tho biggest producers of dairy products and aro also the most profitable. Tho evidence seems to point to the fact that in the Individual far- mcr's herd It will be found that on tho average thejarger cows are more profltnblo than the smaller ones, al though there aro some indications that this may not hold true in the case of herds of native cattle contain-In- g much beef blood. Tho cows whose records have been used by tho department have been sorted out so that only mature animals were used for these comparisons thus eliminating any differences that might have been caused by tho Immaturity of somo cows. In one group for which figures have been prepared there wero 160 cows classified as small, 201 as medium, and 129 as largo. The small cows averaged 243 pounds of butter-fa- t a year, and made an Income over tho cost of feed of 77.39. Those, of medium size made 289 pounds of but- terfat and an income over feed cost cow-testin- Hercillly The Ilcnson for llluck LiuiiIm In the Flck. The appearance of black lambs In a flock made up entirely of whlto sheep has been for ages, and Is still, a cause for wonder and the basis of suporstltlons. But tho study of tho laws of breeding and heredity has explained the reasons for the sporadic specinppearanco of theso mens. In n letter to a farmer who reported 2G black lambs, from a flock of 175 purbred Shropshire ewes all certain whlto nnd who considered feeds the cause, tho United States Department of Agriculture gives a clear statement of the principles Involved. Feeding nnd management of sheep, says Dr. Sewall Wright, specialist In animal genetics, have nothing to do with tho appearance of black lambs'. Tho black color Is hereditary even though It may be transmitted by ordinary white sheep. The black color In such a case Is what Is called a recessive character. White sheep which off-col- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ;4 -- SI j - v I ' i ELANZ DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. , I " ' State. ri ..... II MV above feed cost of 105.74. i 111 nnn4tin UI1UIUCI mt &4UUJ ; '.:". 6 fttflun VUDJO iirAA wva wo ft (51 t ..r IF. rutnir 11..U...1 ... .. . tlon Fnrm. 12-P- reven- m Sta- - ? Lexington, Ky.t April tion of chicks diseases along with re-methods of feeding and management make It possible to 90 out of every 100 chicks that are hatched on tho Kentucky Agrl- cultural Experiment Station farm, It is said. On some farms In the State, the chicks not more than one-ha- lf that hatch are raised while In several cases, tho loss of all chicks has been reported, the station poultrymen say. A large percentngo of uie neaviesi Oats In Iowa, New losses Is due to somo of the common New Varieties of York, and Idaho. been chick ailments which could have of The production prevented, according to J. II. Smyth, varieties of oats for various condl rvt ri n nniiW nvlnnelnn ' . ..nn. nf M,Mn Is tlons has been tho principal problom . ........ .,.... m wn In connection with tho breeding of 1. the dlairhoa. eprlns and winter oats during Do forms. Daclllary whlto ,i transmit- - past year by the United States hii. 1. Agriculture in coopera- ted from hen to chick thru tho egg, is partmeht of u cases lion wun not common In Kentucky. Most "B"7"u1 all of of this disease found In tho State are ment sta Ions. produced have been pure those so far the common whlto diarrhea caused va- by chilling, overheating tho chicks, line, selected from commercial being - rletiee. but efforts are also feeding them too soon or overfeedd If erea t quhli- ing them. Buttermilk or sour skim- - made to combine the - ties of good stra ns by hybrid Ration. milk will aid In curing and control!sud,es ar? boInB carrIed inn this trouble operation with cereal-diseas- e workers for "Gapes Is responsible many chick losses, this trouble being on the resistance of oat crown rust and emu .The caused by grape worms getting In the stem rust appear to .be worms llvo In tho few varieties which ase, windpipe. These grass sl.tant 0 these dl so; sn raw t and come up on tho morclally important, nnd are being when the dew Is on them. Put- combined with better commercial va-:ground where chicks ," foro rlotles in the hope of producing re-' high-yieldi1.1-- small cows, 483 classed as medium, and 326 large. Those in the first classification made 240 pounds of buttorfat on an average and nn come over cost, of feed of 89.1 1. The mediums made! 278 pounds p fb utter-rais- e fat and $106.00 over feed cost The large ones produced 209 pounds of butterfat and an Income over feed cost of 108.-- 9. These tables were based mostly on figures for the years 1916 to 1919, Inclusive, which accounts for tho high average income over cost of feed. mit black In 50 per cent of their re productive cells (ova In the case of ewes and spermatozoa In tho case of rams) and whlto In the remaining DO per cent. Thus, such white sheep mated with blacks (which can only transmit black) produce 50 per cent black lambs and 50 per cent white. All of these whlto lambs can transmit black. Whlto sheep which transmit only white, mated with blacks, produce only whlto lambs, but all of these Iambs can transmit blick. When both ewe and ram are white, but both transmit black, about 25 per cent of tho lambs are black, 50 per cent are whlto, which transmit black, while the remaining 25 per cent are whites. In this case It is an oven chance that a given ovum will transmit black and an even chance that It will be fertilized by a male cell which transmits black, making one chance In four that both transmit black, which Is necessary for the production of a black lamb. With 25 black lambs appearing In tho flock, It Is Indicated that about 100 of the 175 ewes transmit black,, assuming that all of the rams used transmit it. If not all the rams transmit this color, then It Is .probable that an even larger number of ewes transmit It. Department of Agriculture Bulletin 905, Principles of Live Stock Breeding, contains a detailed discussion of this problem. It may be obtained from tho Superintendent of Public Documents, Government Printing office Washington, D. C, for 15 cents. true-breedi- transmit this character at all trans M J- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED . V .; -- HARTFORD, : TAKE GUDE'S PEPT0- MANGAN It Is The Safe and Reliable Tonic Used By Physicians for 30 Years. There are "new styles" even In medicines. A1 new "fad" comes, Is popular for a while, and then fades out ot public view. A remedy that has stood the test for thirty years must have remarkable merit and cannot be called a "fad." Such is originated by Gude's Dr. A. Gudo over a quarter century ago, which ha? helped many thousands of people back to good health by improving the blood. Pepto-MangIs an Iron tonic. It contains iron in a special form easily absorbed by tho system. It puts color Into the lips and cheeks and Improves the entire body by Improving and enriching tho blood. It Is sold by druggists In both liquid and tablet form. If you want to bo well and strong and look fine and healthy, take Gude's Advertisement. Pepto-Mangan, an Pepto-Mangan. KENTUCKY i tion during the night. The hospital their homes, having fallen on tho Is visited only once hourly during the field of battle or succumbed to ana of the many war epidemics. Deconight. Rice was a good prisoner, the rations for distinguished service upon d Warden said, and would have been of tho eneligible to parole in June. tire number 2,000 being advanced to The fugitive Is about 45 years old. the rank of officers. These statistics are published la a. He was convicted after an Investigation conducted by Dr. J. M. Dlgby, phamphlet called "The German Jew then coroner of Campbell County, af- as a soldier in the war of 1914-18- ," ter Davis body was found In tho riv- and are designed as a refutation, or er, encased in a bos. propagandists to the the statement being put forward by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. effect tha the Jews, whenever pos slble tried to avoid active military The great benefit derived from the and that the Jew; ot Germany, Enguse of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy land and France are now conspiring-thas been gratefullyacknowledged by form a "Jewish World Suprema-cy,- " many. Mrs. Benjamn P. Blakeney, to further the interest of Jewry; Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's irrespective ot the effect such a. comcough Remedy is by far the best med- bined action would have upon inter-icine for colds and coughs we have ests of the individual countries. ever used In our family. I gave It to my children when' small for croup Surgeons agree that in cases ,ot m cuts, and have taken It myself." burns, btulses and wounds, the first treatment Is most Important, 100,000 GERMAN JEWS When an efficient antiseptic Is apIX WAR; 12,000 IvILLED plied promptly, there Is no danger ot Infection and the wound begins to By Karl H. Von Wlegand. Berlin. April 8. About 100,000 heal at once. For use on man or German Jews were under arms dur- beast, Borozone is the Ideal antisepBuy It now of tic and healing agent. ing the late war, four-fiftwhom were In actlvo service at the and be ready for an emergency. front. Twelve thousand of this Price 30c, COc, and $1.20. Sold by ra Jewish contingent never returned to Ohio County Drus Co.. wero-conferre- d' one-thiranti-Semit- ic 'l 1-.- M M $100 .,,(. f,i " """'I Farmers and "others who live at a distance from a drug store should keep In the houso a bottle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. It may bo needed COLD MEAT. at any time for cuts, wounds, sores, powCold meat will not be tough when sprains .or rheumatism. It Is a If It Is not allowed to cook. erful healing and penetrating remereheated Heat the gravy, then set on back of dy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per range or In oven. Put thin slices bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug m of meat into this and let It stand a Company. minutes before serving, but be few sure not to let it cook. Cold roast SEAHCII 5LVDE FOR ESCAPED CONVICT beef prepared In this manner Is dell-clou- The reader of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dljeaie that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh beinc greatly influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease. Riving the patient strength by building up the constitution and asslstins nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by all Druggists, 75c. Reward, $100 lrj. M ;- - naaamiDODDDDnRaDDDDDDDDamnr s a a a a y D Colds & Headache "For years we have used in our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its place." writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville.Tenn. Mr. Stacy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends ht as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prevent them from developing into serious troubles. Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- s. PATKNT IJILli OI'l'OSlM) BY WAK MH'AlVrMENT Washington April 6. A conflict between tho War Department nnd Pntent Office over Secretary Weeks' proposal to curb American patent rights of foreigners developed today at the outset of hearings befpro tho Senate Patents Committee on a bill Kenby Sonntor Stanley Democrat tucky embodying- Secretary Weoks' recommendations. Ilepresentlng thq War Department Llout. Col. J.. I. McMullen urged the committee (0 report the bill while Thomas E, Robertson commissioner of patents vigorously opposed Its, enactment because ot the policy of corn- pulsory licensing of patents - corn-blad- es .. SiT,"xM ,.i xrtl, Itom with .top I. P Tentative measure for this trouuie. If this cannot be done, It will help to Tteop tho chicks off the grass In the morning until tho dew is gone. Threo drops of creolln added to each pint of the chick's drinking water also Is helpful j . V "", Z -??Tour? d ? beeri i Cromwel, standwe, and Em. Getting the plro are selections from mldseason to control this trouble. ut .b iranlnfin iew reported from va rlou ";" he State this year. Feeding a .. ; 1A These aro the Cornelllnn Cromwell, Standwell and Empire. The Cornel-Ha- n Is a comparatively oarly variety sug- haV6 with certain drawbacks which " of g est tho ead for hybridization with variotea of whte I ers wiruuBii m vui " experiment station. agricultural been named h.Ji,,,.,,,! to ,..m ,u 1IM. h. Eddyvllle Ky. April 7. Search Is bolng made of tho vicinity of Eddyvllle and a close watch kept on tho home of the prisoner's wife In this county following tho escnpo from tho penitentiary hospital Thursday of George Rico, sentenced to life Imprisonment in Campbell County seven years ngo for tho slaying of Allan Davis, In what was known as the "box murder" case. Warden John M. Chilton said ho discovered that tho prisoner's wlfo was nearby. Rice had been in delicate health and waB Inclined to tuberculosis, Warden Chilton said, and had been taken off contract labor eight months ago. Ho escaped by going thru a trap door in tho floor leading t,o the heating pipes, and cutting out a ventilator in tho founda- - g I! THEDFORD'S BLACK -- DRAUGHT "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for It lias saved us many I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend never without It." At all druggists. g ... Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht Accept No Imitations 1. 81 Vl uaDHDanaonnaninnannaaaaanDB i fr V century ago, my fithor excited my Interest and gratified my curiosity by recounting to me. his visits when h It's a vory funny world I And tlior himself was a boy, to tho Trapplst aVe a lot of very funny people In It. Monastery, which was near his former Some of them nro locatod In Atlan- homo In Nelson county. Through nil tic City from which municipality of tho Intervening years I hnvo kept n jutoas vacntlonliu' comes 'ho news 'lively hope of visiting that stranue that the Suporlmoulem of Schools Community, and only last wtek that ttWnssemblcd his femlnk'o teachlni; pleasing expectation was gratified. My frlond, Tom Sweatt, deputy surJtaft and warned them, doubtless with tho gravity duo so serious a sub- veyor of tho Port of this city, was ject, that they must not bob their hair called to tho Monastery to Inspect If they expect to retain tholr Jobs as somo sacred statuary that had been purveyors of Information to tho youth Imported from France, and I made of Atlantic City. tho trip with him. Arriving at tho little way station, Tho cogent reason nllcgcd for the la Cothsomnnc, on tho Lobanon branch proTilMtlon is that bobbed lmlr -of tho Louisville and Nashville railnot dignified." It must bo wonderful to bo a 3chool road wo wore met by a Monk, hooded superintendent with such n fund of and cowled, tho pattern of dress theso tnawledge, and to set so high a stand-nr- d people have worn for now more than Curious people fourteen hundred years. A well-kefor teachers. spring way wondor what will happen to a horso and a with hair naturally 3hort, or wagon conveyed us to the Monastery, tidier ono who has to havo It bobbtd be- n milo and a half away. Perpetual cause of fever. For, of course, If sllenco Is ono of the vows of tho mem jfhort hair Is undignified It Is un- bers of this order, and our driver dignified, regardless of tho cause of would say little moro than "Aye, Aye, said Indignity unless, Indeed, It Is pro- or Nay, Nay," to tho few Inquiries we posed to put an O. K. label on natu- ventured to make of him. Arriving at the Monastery wo were ral short hair or short hair acquired a city Sor medicinal reasons. met by a strango spectacle; It would be n matter of somo Inter- block In the midst of a wlldernesss est to know this official's views up- The building whlph Is three stories sweaters, short, high Is built In tho form of a hollow on: sport shoes, hand-tailor- ed skirts, Atlantic City bathing suits, square, and encloses a garden rich In 3ic reading of Freud, Sunday movies, flowers and shrubbdry brought from and chewing gum, and hla ratiocina- many lands. To the South spreads tion regarding textbooks, training, out a beautiful and rich table land, abltfty to teach, personal sympathy but East, West and North rlse3 thoso itli children and standing of classes picturesque conical knobs, that are so would common In that section of the State. antler tho 'ertalnly be worth hearing! Tho front lawn Is also a garden of flowers and shrubbery and Is sur" IIKM4fc Dispatches from Rome indicate to rounded by a wall, the gate to which in anxious world tho probability that Is always locked; not to keep the Inire Vatican will genii a note to tho mates from escaping but to secure the Quads the Institution from unannounced of tho delegations to 3enoa conferencp, which will set In the center of this lawn lorth, among other things, the views Is a beautiful and imposing statue of Pope Plus on the necessity of a of the Blessed Virgin, the first object 'astlng peace and tho belief that of holy Interest to arrest the atten(icqnomic reconstruction can best be tion of the visitor. rained by universal disarmament. At tho door of the great building The devout Catholic will find in we were met by a Brother In white Has cause for jubilation. Tho av- who with whispered directions eserage reader will recall, the peace corted us to the office of the Ab- TwHey of the Vatican during the war Uot Father Obrccht. Here wo stood and wonder, If the several pronounca- - n tMG presence of one of the most jients upon the subject before, dur- -' learned and traveled ministers In the ftig and after the conflict had no ef- - United States; a man who has visited feet, what particular result Is expect- - every civilized country on the globe, ad from this-- most recent proposal. ami wno has been honored with limitation of arms conference at ceptions by popes, kings and accomplished somo dents. But with all of that he is It didn't accomplish llmlta- - piy democratic, and made us feel .'.inn of land armaments, simply be- quite as much at ease as If we were cause the nations were not ready for old and favored friends. The Abbot such a step and It was found that ii tr.i piinco and master of the Inthey wouldn't do It! stitution. His word Is law and, as If they wouldn't do it then, will obedlenco is one of tho chief vows of They do It because tho Popo says they mombors of the order, his rule is ab aught? And If they won't, what Is solute. soing to be accomplished by tho VaTho Monastery is the home of tican statement that they should? eighty-tw- o clerical and lay brothers, for both priests and laymen embrace ANNOUNCEMENT the order. Tho priests wear cjwla of white and the lay brothers brown. Wo are opening up a now plot for Tho priests attend the administration a burying ground adjacent to Bethel of tho institution and the laymen Church, hitch lot west side of road. perform the labor of barn and field. Tnfs. will be, permanently dedicated to There are several thousand acres of pnrpose abovo named regardless of dairying, the estate and farming, rumors to tho contrary. Area will be stockralslng and fowl breeding are Increased as demand requires, the chief Industries, besides there Is Lots $10.00 each, with a a saw mill where all needed lumber ft. square. Is cut for use on the estate and the ilffir title, lGixlG' JJake your selection now. You have wheat Is ground for flour. iiU September 1st. 1922 to pay. Yours Completing our business with the Jcii n bqaara deal and a bona fide Abbot tho sub-pritook us for an transaction. inspection of the institution. We C. r. STIIATTON, V wont first through the great Library 'S- - H- HOOVER, which comprises, I believe, moro than Horton, Ky. 42tl, thirty thousand volumes, religious, yfc scientific and literary. Three largo THE TKA1MMST MONKS. rooms are required to store the nuBy I. D. Claire. merous collection of books and manuscripts. Wo were conducted next to When I was a llttlo boy up lit the tho sleeping quarters, and these Long tiers were of no little Interest. metal knife Is provided bufthe fork! century I was amazed at tho perfec- MILS. LAUKA KlMimOUGII of stalls, separated, but close togethspoon are wood, such as was ustlon of the printing and the preser-e- d er, with narrow beds covered only by and In Europe two thousand year aso. vatlon of tho Ink, and could scarcely a little straw and with a blanket for On the large range were big caldrons i resist the temptation to ask the good a covering, from tho sleeping quaror kettles for brewing soup, this bu- -' Abbot how this book could be of the ters for these humble people. Sleep- Ing the chief diet of these abstemious twelfth century when printing was ing, as everything else here. Is regupeople. Although It was Lent and ' not invented till three hundred years lator by rigid rules. these people were practising unusual later, but restrained my curiosity At soven In the evening . theso IUOIO, ATi. Cwiio nrwl mvsnlf were least I appear to question the Abbot fnnto .iu. U"-. . . ""... . uoarus oi siraw . ., But princo. or exnoso my own Ignorance. . Monks retire to tneir promptly at two In tho and arise We had specially cured bacon, squab3 when he showed us one of the thir ' morning. They then retire to tho raised on tho promises, eggs, fruits, teenth century I dared tho .questldn chapel whero they engago In private vegetables and a bottle of wine. of the date of printing, and was asdevotion until four when they begin Tho Museum was the next station tounded at the information that the tho labors of the day. However, an by hand. of Interest, and hero wo saw Indeed, printing had been dono I hour is added to the period of sleep, many Strang?' and Interesting relics. Somewhat schooled In printing, I was ono to two in the nfternoon. i from hu- Chief of these were tho gods of pagan yet unable to. detect tho work, of Stomach Trouble? (When this hour arrived Mr. Sweat people, gathered from tho very ends man bands, Health is Most Important to You. and myfeelf were shown to a nicely Columbus, Ga. "Doctor Pierco'a i furnished visitors' room provided of tho earth and from all ages of) The dairy with Its thirty cows was Here were gods a model for order and cleanliness, Golden Medicr.l Discovery 13 certainly 'with were at man's development. and a grand medietas for stomach troublo, ' libertytwo beds In tho told wo But with of wood, of clay, of stone, of porce- - While wo were watching the cows eat, siesta. 3) have suffered greatly all my lifo to Join Some of them a cowled and hobded Monk was brass. iham a dieordetcd stomach. My food ' n pitcher of water and n box of cigars lain and of tswsiaed to set so heavy, no matter what ' on tho table, wo drank and smoked wero being worshipped on pagan al- sweeping tho concrete floor with a 2 ate. I havo taken many of the meditars before tho Pharaohs ruled In broom. Out In the field many Monks t...l.llr. .1... "i.ottirt.tiiu" ulnlit ' " cines advertised for this troublo, but I i Poont mid tmrlinnn lipfnrn Noah's wore at their dally taek of preparHut to return to our visit about' B", mone of them has ever come up to I Scarcely less Interesting wore ing the soil for tho season's crop. flood. GfcJdMj Medical Discovery for giving tho premises. We wero taken thru tho bowa and lances and spears and Working lirfleld with bare heads and riewnpt and lasting relief. Whenever tho Chapel where religious servlco is helmets buckles, maintaining perpetual silence these 1 havo a eluggiali liver, with and greaves and held. Hero was an altar for tho many and constipation, I havo of which were already ancient Monks present a strango and touchiouod Dr. Pieice'a Pleasant Pellets a prl st and seats for the Brothers, at the time of the selge of Troy. ing spectacle. Except In the confesTory efficient remedy. They do not of but wo wero told that only tho sick or raro sional these men who spurn tho pleasThe Abbot's collection Sripo or causo any other distiessing (tondifion such as a great many pills 'Physically weak sat during service; books and manuscripts was not the ures of earth In anticipation of tho do." Mrs. Laura Kiuibrougti, 8503 Inglory of Hoavenr never speak. Many It boing tho custom for all to Worship least Interesting feature of our Exlene Avenue. spection. Hero in a little room only of theso people do not know that a Obtalu this Medical Discovery of standing, when not kneollng. jDoctot Pierce' s at your nearest drug I Thou to tho kitchen, which was a about a dozen feet square was a col- great world war has been fought. atore, in tablets or liquid, or send lOo. lection of tho Industry of former men Nothing secular that occurs after in to Doctor Pierco'a Invalids Hoteland. model of noatness and cleanliness but and time worth a Prince's fortune. they enter the Monastery-- Is ever Staffalo, N.Y., for trial package, everything was extremely simple., A When shown a book of the twelfth known to them, and no conversation write for frcg medical advice, I )VIJ1 IINGTON COMMENT Sulphur Springs country, now a half m ; REG. U & PAT. OFF. T C.P. 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