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The Hartford republican: April 21, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922042101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: April 21, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. sm The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV TRY TO KEEP GENOA 4 Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yew HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922. NUMBER 4T. delegates already havo protested to TENNESSEE LEAF Harve It. Bennott, and Is held In high MISS COCHRAN'S tho conference leaders. esteem and well loved by nil who HOUSE ViiTES NAVY MEN PLAN DRIVE SERMONS STRONG know her. She formerly Furthermore, Dr. Walter Rnthen-aattended Foreign Minister, mainOermnn PARLEY IN HARMONY school at tho Hartford High Sclnol BILL FOR 86,000: Montgomery County Growers Indorse Pleaching of Vnuug Lndy Commented and has many tains tho conversations with Russia friends here. The Upon Favorably; Much In saplrn Hjstem; 1'iinsoii-neii- u were not secret, ns ho says Prime groom Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Speaker. terest Shown. Minister Lloyd George of Great J. Y. Hagerman, who reside in this " Neutrals Favor Plans Giving Britain was notified last week thru Clarksvllle, Tenn., April 17., To, , ,.,, .r.e. oi meetings oeing con- - 'city. He graduated from the Hart- - Lower Branch Stands By- fgh SchooI wlth tie clagg of another member of tho British dele ford Entire Conference President; Debaters gatlon thnt tho Oormans "could not bacco growers of Montgomery County ducted by Miss Alpha Cochran, Evan-'ios- o, nfter which ho was connected Saturday decided to organize for tho gcllst of the Kansas State Conference wIth tho Hartford Herald ngreo to tho programme contained a Voice. Bitter. force for marketing of dark to- C"UrC,U at the Hartford about a year! Ho In the report of tho Allied experts then went to 'ni Church aro attracting much cag0, where he Btudlc(1 mach,nery ' "luon"-- " juueo jonn i. uun- nnd wre forced to negotiate wlth .. nlngltnm and Claude C. Cocko to Interest In a spiritual way and are and lynotyplng, which enabled him to Russia direct." Washington, April 19. By tSttitp. Genoa, April 19. "We'll do ev- lead the movement .It the county, also drawing good audiences at all hold the responsible position he now margin of seventy-on- e ,'l"l,t M'n ,In,r,nB "" Cnw' erythlng wo can to avoid a break." Judge Cunningham as executive evening services. i votes holds as machlnlsWInotyplst with the Tho expected German demand for tonight broke" away from its ..... v,w.. Walter Rathenau, head of fho Ger- and Mr. Cocko as county a ,uu,.B, UVur o, bo Masonic Homo Journal at Louisville. man delegation, declared today lu uwcussion oi uer case ucioro n pien chairman, and by a rising vote, which It IS said, and llko ZaCClmeUS, is Small He Is n flnn vnnne- mnn nn,1 troll own leadership, stood behind the president and passed the 1923 navaL discussing the atementof tho AlllcdJJ ary 8e810" of the economic confer - was almost unanimous, backed the of stature but In the pulpit she is un respected by his many friends. appropriation bill with an amendjdoubtedly a Goliath. She is well Powers barrlnR Germanfrom furth - 'enco wl11 "rovo "a mortal Wow" to Saplro plan of organization. The couple left immediately after er nartlrlnatlnn In ihn flonlini? with the conference was declared In a ment fixing the enlisted personnelaf The action followed a dinner at tho educated, polished in manners and for w.here bo, uuu. Russia. Tho Gorman leader made i.'Frcnch communique Issued hero to - Womnn's Club civen bv a contmlttM tho best'bdv orntnr w . vPr .?! ., .. ui mane uieir nome. mey nave ... ,..'. ,iiu uuu, .... tui - day dealinc with tha - tuuijiusfu ui leauuiK JiarKsviiieanu uearu in puutic. ano is wnoiiy iree Tho vote on tho ..ii.. uuncici, iiiut " I'ttiiu, uia . -nits ucsl wiMiipH in iiii'ir mnnv inpntm . ..-.- , .. . . . .. . . ... .... .t i Montgomery " the big point In dispute, ; iuubuus nro ucicrniincu 1101 10 nccepi iri'inv' nun iiim niiiiiuii - ni inn Aiiinoiii uouniy uusmess men rrom singe acting "stuff," as no oth- - for a lnnir nmi hnnnv marrlca "Ie- ; and which Increased the man forces tho stigma of duplicity carried In tho'1" considering Germany eliminated am, tobacco growers who had partlcl-e- r Evangelist heretofore heard- - has from 67,000 as provided in tho bUL, Allied note. The Germans nre work-- ! from furtIler (,UscU80n3 of lho "uspated at the reriuest of Judge Robert, been. 'Sho simply delivers a well- itKTiritv T.Mtmr IIUIUIUIH , Slail (lUeStlOHS. Inn- n rm.lv ,vl,IM, nrnl.nl.W "III 1. was 221 to 148, with two member ni..k.m vii I..l..lll l111 .... uuuuuivit uibUllieui. ill luvui1 Ul. .u- t.l UUMI3V1UU, iiibiajii, lliu lll if. answering present. Ninety RepubliLoulsvlMe conference of March 4. Tho I Master and righteousness and. against" mnd.0 public late today Mrs. S. flrst ilmo 8lnC0 lho sB"lB " tho ho3t3 were Judge CllWlngham, I.a - sin in a plain, forceful, tho beautiful cans voted against the 86,000 amend it".,! It was learned to day that tho , Vorwllles tho world seeS tho , ren Edmonson, c. w. BaIley, claude wannWl For power and pIaln depth ' J"S T'1ee' ment while forty-eigFrench made a hard Ight to have the Democrats ' ' supported it. Gormnus barred from all further par- - nnie8 ot "'8 representatives of nine c. Cocke and ,. n. Peterson. hor d,aC0Uige3 stad unsurpassed in ,nf! th" , past or four years re tlclpntlon In tho conference. There was no great shout at This Towers, making up an Entente, af- this section Reports from all of tho twenty-tw- o turned to Hartford Sunday to make proposal was blocked by - Promier flxeJ to n document which protests magisterial districts of the county llko that which filled the their future home. Their daughtor, German conduct. ago, when the sama Facta of Italy. jvero made. With but few exceptions IlEV. SAVAGE WILIi Miss Gussye, who has a position in chamber a week The comnfunlquo Insists that tho t hpA tntrl rt tho n 1m not ttnoiiliiirtim . i .M. vwuiivtiuu t uvvuiiiu rviivtfii HE HERE SUNDAY the Alabama city, remained there, as proposal was put thru in committee mf draRplng of the controversy into the forty-seve- n that tho Italian delegation had no bring sentiment in the county for the Sapl- did their son Dante, he being In tho of the whole by a margin of. a Europe votes. A bare hand clap or two n Rev. William Savage, pastor, will employ ot the Southwestern Express objection to tho trea- wlnlinQ about situation which plan of organization, and In those tn nvnlil nnmp v. un.uo by the ty, but belloved that it should not , ... . 'In . which some growers were report preach at tho Hartford Christian Co. Their other daughter, Mrs. Ollle greeted the announcement . wi uv, tiuiitiai b'uuu, uuu Utiauobj Church Siindav liiomlnc at 11 and Schrlckle nnd Mr. Schrlckle, some speaker. a nn, rnvnrini. tim ninn i, ,. liavo been made during tho present tho other. It jefcrs to tho signing sa,d With the fighting section out of tho His weeks filnco removed to rftlifronnn Uat ,f u wag pfoperIy explaIned j the afternoon at 3 o'clock. Texa3. Ko-Gcrma- n or treaty as a It was believed wny the bill was put on Its passage. growers would subjects will be "The Bible Doctrine Rathenau and Chancellor Wlrth of the station of tho Dlsnjarcklan support It. and went thru 279 to 78. As nnd "The Church's' of Daptlsm" the German delegation held confer - -Plrlt whlcli caused tho Allied bloc amended, the measure carried a total ences with several Allied leaders over Previous to the reports from tho Mission to the Fallen." According PROF. W. J. CRAIG v of ?251,269,000 or " ' "'tho situation. They are attempting districts of tho county Joseph Pas- - to pres.ent plans tho evening service ATHEADOFK.E.A. than the total fixed $18,000,000 more by the appropriato formulate a reply that will clear sonneau, organization manager, ex- - Is to be held In order to permit Miss tions committee which framed it. It plained the proposition, told of the'Cachran to occupy the pulpit at themselves ot the charge.of duplicity MANY ARTISTS IN BIG E. Williams Secretary-Treasurgoes now to the senate, with tho - night. success of the Burley Tobacco and will at the same time not "8er,SHOW pip-AcrMASSFS ers 'Cooncratlve Assnplatlnn. GrowDuties Made Continuous; charge by Chairman Kelley, of the nml tho Allied Powers. Rathenau was In . Is Ohio Countian. I naval appropriations' said with the same kind of manage W. C. SCHIiEMMER'SJlIRTH ronferenco with Premier Facta for ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATED that many millions will be added add. more than nn hour. Neither would What promises to bo an event In ment, the dark growers could do a3 W. J. Craig, Professor of Science which the houso would have been, discuss the conference. way of entertainment is, the com - well. He allayed tho fears of some tho n anniversary of the In tho Western Tho forty-sixt- h growers that Clarksvllle would The Germans believe that at a Ing of the Campbell-IialloState ' Normal asked to add, "had not the big navy-meHutchln- - oi of William C. Schlemmer was School, Bowling Green, wna elected changed front at the last." plenary session of the conference they son Combined Circus and Wild West, lo35, Its Identity as a dark tobacco birth would win tho right to take part In which 'will giro two performances at 'market by stating that the Clarksvllle celebrated at his home on Clay Street president of the K E. A. at the sesSmooth Snlllng Sunday. Mr. Schlemmer knew that sion held in Louisville last week. Viji 11 conference ealAo 1rnliolIV ifmil4 Yn und-ivactivities. Their ans YlnAAH Tn m....1.. r... t today Except tor two occasions coming but he Prof. Craig Is a brother to Mia. Magwcr to" the Allies, therefore, Is expect This year's program includes soW direction ot a Clarksvllle sales com - fomoth,ne extra was along through un aware of the pro- - gie Gr.liin of Hartford and a native tho bill sailed not made of ,i,n l.nc i,.,-.- , ed to demand that they bo given a ,v.baiwvi.LiiiviMti -- ,.., in ,i, i,,. 'mltipo nnd rtint- tho now svstom- wnnirt had v . ruffled seas. Onco, however, ChairJ Wa lit illU a.Ut -- hearing before of the neighboring County of man Kelley broke loose In what memall tho Powers reprc- - Uorld the famous Davenport Faml- - not Interfere In the least with theraDie presence ol lnose wno allenu-.- .i haDDy event. .t. ... n..n,nil. . ,,... . ...... . . i... i auilicu iiciv, ucicjs.nua wui.i ncu. ... ly oi KKICTS. AZUK1 irOUDO Of Jans in K"cia Ul .UIIIIIKUIIIVII uuiliv i - cd the Om...a.. A..A..I...W ,M f,,A.1,S Daviess. bers characterized as a vicious at a B, ' ceivlng high-claProf. R'. E. Williams who was elect tack on navy yard v combination, of the neutral Powers, miffed because marvelous acrobatic fents, Campbell tobacco for their of Mrs. Schlemmer and ed Secretary-TreasurFehr, brother tho lenders of tho flvo Inviting Pow of the Assodespite arms conherd of Perform-- . the prices heretofore paid. Henry Schlemmer of Cannelton, and ciation at tho annual session held last charging that were the demands ers havo been holding many confer- Ing Elephants, Rochctta, tho man He said there would be no mlngl-wh- o still ference there Phillip Schlemmer of Toll City, Ind., year is a native of Ohio County, beences among themselves, have exwalks on his head, Captain Dun- -' Ing of Clarksvllle tobacco with from navy yards and naval project of Mr. Schpressed themselves as in favor of trained Seals, Campbell's High j bacco of a lower grade, and, in fact, the latter two brothers home Of the ing the son of Mr. Levi Williams of districts for moro money than was at the Germany's action. lower Heflln. Ho was more widely carried in the bill. School Horses, tho Arlington sisters no mingling of any tobaccos with to- - lemmer, arrived Qarthou today made it plain that ln beautiful living statuary poses, bacco of lesser quality, and that no Schlemmers, preparatory to Sunday's known in this County by tho name of Starting In the Massachusetts vilFrance will not back down from her several trained wild animal acts, also market would suffer loss ot prestige celebration. Mrs. Robert Lauter- "Elmo." lage of Squantum, where destroyers wasser, sister to Mr. Schlemmer, toThe Association at the recent sesstand. a mlnlaturo department tor tho lit- - through the adoption of the method during the war, Mr! Kelgether with Mr. Lauterwass'er 2nd sion made Mr. Williams' duties con- were built picture of "the plea for "Under no circumstances will the tie folks, which Includes trained po- - of marketing. ley. in a family, of Route 2, Hartford.fMr. C. French delegation consent to sitting nies, dogs and monkeys and a score OW. Bailey and Sterling Fort, F. Schapmlro and Mrs. Schlemmer tinuous and he will, henceforth, give more," Jumped across West VirginUv-wltwith the .Germans, either on tho first of funny clowns. his entire time to the organization. Clarksvllle bankers, pledged their Its armor plate factory to the nnd their children made up the happy s subcommittee or In'the plenary coun; This year's performance Is a,ug-- support to tho movement If It Is South Atlantic coast, across to party enjoying the excellent noon- ARRESTED ON DISTURBING cil," he declared. ex- - en the proper management and dlrec-hlbltiby a thrilling Wild West and then to California and. day feast and the occasion. PUBLIC WORSHIP CHARGE up the West coast. The house was Chancellor Wlrth and Premier by Cowboys, Hon. presented hoping that "Dill" may have Heres' Lloyd George held a long conference Cowgirls, Indians nnd Mexicans, in- -' Mr. Passonneau explained how the in a tumult as ho declared that everyat least one hundred more celpbra-tlon- s Robert Beasley and Ellis Denlson, where the feeling seemed to bo that this afternoon. traducing half a score of wonderful burley growers had organized, of this particular chdractor. young men of Broadway, were arrest the purpose of tho arms conference Conferi'iice Apparently Saved. and ropers, including Texas iianced their warehouses, paid . : ed and brought to Hnrtford yestorday was to build up and provide motet. fancy rider, expert rifle shot vances on their crops thru loans made April 19. The Genoa conGeona, IS morning, on a charge ot disturbing work for the government plants. ference apparently has been saved. and Australian whip cracker, Orvlllo by banks, these same banks offering "SHINE" OUTFIT public worship at Broadway. Their Half a dozen members were two days It had been Gillam, champion roper of the south-- , to loan the Individual growers still FOUND NEAR RALPH For tho last trial has been set for Saturday, In drawn Into the fight, Representative- tottering on the edge of collapse, due west, Cheycnno Charlie, trick rider 'more money on their receipts glvon County Court. Dupre, Democrat, Louisiana, declarto Indignation ot some of the more par excellent, Oklahoma Bill, whose with their first advance; of tho offer A complete distilling outfit wn. ing Chairman Kelley had proved important leadera over tho action ot ability to top a pitching tiorso Is of the War FInnnce Corporation of a found upon the farm of Mr. Will himself "a naval wrecker." The batnnd"Russlans In secret- known from ono end of tho west to i loan of $10,000,000, afterwards rals Wado, adjacent to Ralph, ip the MOVE TO CONSOLIDATE tho Germans .,.. r, SCHOOLS IN COUNTY tle raged for ten minutes, with some ly concluding a treaty covering tho .1 uiuur, riiuii o May, Dolly Vernon ed to $15,000,000 and of uiu Northern part of the County t few members shouting they would not: principal and most delicato points un- and several others. Tho usual mile sold over tho loose leaf vfloore. days ago by Mr. Wade and Allen Prof. J. .Virgil Chapman, of Frank- agree to further time' to complete the long free street parade will leave the He said that by tho time tho to- - Ralph. Tho parties had been dls- der consideration by tho conferees. of Common word Picture the chairman was seekNow, howver, the delegates are to show grounds at poonday, and there i,acco Ava3 an pad for the growers in ' covered burying or concealing the fort, State Supervisor at Bell's Run last ing to draw. go forward with their work, but the will be two complete performances at the organization probably would re- - outfit upon the land ot Mr. Wilde, and Schools, s. , celve 2 cents a pound moro than the unon iuvesli.:iitfon the boiler etc was night in tli- interest and upon the Gormans aro barred from participat- 2 and 8 p. . proposition of consolidated Common MRS. WILSON HONORED growers who remained outside and unearthed. The boiler Is apparently ing in all deliberations concerning tho Prospects 1IY KENTUCKY 1 T. A. : for a good at SCHOOL GIRL INJURED This penalty was sold over the loose leaf flors. Russian question. of high grade copper and will con- - I Schools.. I. tendance were bright lajd down In a noto ot censure sent He told how the loans from the tain near 20 gallons It Is abiOUt 36 AsProf. Chapman will speak at Horso The, Kentucky Parsut-TeachMiss Wllda Chlnn, daughter of Mr. banks, made for ninety days, were inches n reugth by 12 Inches in to tho Derlln delegation yesterday af-ty consideration of tho situa- and Mrs. Tom Chlnn, residing N0n paid back within forty day3 from width and 11 inches in depth having Branch tills piteruuou at 2: 30. upon sociation In its closing session held , In Loulsvlllo, Friday of last week-,tion by representatives of the flvo in- Routo 2, some three miles from town, I money received from the sale of to- - a largo distilling capacity, by reason tho salue subject. B Wilson of Hart painful bacco. elected Mrst John viting Powers and the "little enten- sustained a broken wrist nnd J0f fi0 much exposure of heating sur- MRS. A. I). WHITE SUCCU.MBS body bruises Tuesday afternoon foiu, historian for thi onbtiing term, Mr. Passonneau said there would face. Mr. Wado brought th2 "outfit te." of two years. "Whilst thoxonferenco was sitting, whon tho horse sho was driving be- - ue separate pools in eacn ot tno uis- - to Hartford yesterday, White, Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth This Is a deserved honor, of which. nnd whilst Germany was represented camo frightened, got beyond her con- - trlcts in the "black patch," each with An Investigation will bo miice by and in the authorities and It is thought that wife .of Capt A. P. White, died at tho local P. T. A., and the many in the commission and subcommlsslonjtrol nnd ran, turning the buggy, over. Its own selling committee their home hero last Friday after- friends of Mrs. Wilson aro Justly,-- ' charged with tho negotiations of Eij-- 1 Tho accident occurred just beyond chargeof Its own directors, and slid ownership may be established. noon at 2 p. m., of a lingering illness and thoreforo pardonnbly proud. Mrs. ropean peace with Russia,' said the the railroad crossing as she was re- - that neither Clarksvllle nor Spring-not- e, of nephritis, being nearly seventy-fou- r Wilson has exhibited mjicli Interest BENNETT HAGERMAN Gernian representatives on turning homo. Tho young glrV.ls a field, principal markets la Tennessee, "tho .years of age. Sho in tho assoclatlqn since Its organism-to- n. and one-lm- lt N that commission have .behind the student In tho local High School (and would loso'nny ndvantage It now had at this place and to her faithful Tho marriage of Miss Mattyo Jane was a daughter of George and Elizaof their colleagues, concluded has been driving to and from school H- said tobacco that had been hold lmcks and Intelligent efforts' much of tho W uarkMUie nnu spwiigrioiu otm uenneu anu Mr. j nines w'suu iuiser-woul- d beth (Rowo)4 AKhby, born alfd roarliT secret a treaty wiyi Russia on the for soino tlmo .l In hor early success of the local organization is ed near Centertowp. was solemnized last Sunday Thd buggy was almost completely very questions which they had underle dollvored at Ihesc be at all times under the ."iii.io! ternoon at ono o'clock in the presence girlhood sho was converted and unit duo. taken to consider In loyal conjunction destroyed and the horso also recelv- f. r.t U i .. , 'rtf A Inrirn ,lll,l,lia, ff,f rolflttVOa 1111(1 ed with tho Walton's Creek Baptist nt ,Iia onlna nr,.,, ...I,., d many cuts and bruises with representatives of tho other ' MARRIAGES i friends, at tho honio of the bride-- , 'church of which she remained a mem kpectlvp ulstrlcts. tlons." MASONS OK BELL'S RUN Centortown. Rev. Russell Walk- - ber to her uoatn. Ho stressed the promise that Ten-'nev. Gennniiy Preparing Reply, Erva H. Baize, Hartford to Marclo HOLD ALIj-DAlu 1865 she was united in mar SESSION nessee growers ot extra flue tobac- er, Pastor of tho Hartford Baptist Whether Germany will continue at co would not be compelled to mix Church, performed tho ceremony. riage with A. D. White and since that D. Benson, Hartford. "the conference is problematical, but Altha Ralph, Whltesvllle, to Peart Joo Ellis Lodge No. 473 F. & A. M their product with leaf of a' lesser Tho bride wore a lovely gown of date had resided in Hartford, whore her delegates are engaged in drafting from other sections of tho white satin, over wnlch silk net was' she had many friends. Besides her Wosterfield, Whltesvllle. reply to t,ho note of censure and It located at Boll's Run, met In an a , A I. H. French, Beaver Dam, to Mar beautifully draped. The veil was of I husband she is survlved'by an adopt- II UlCdklllh is thought that, while n.ntaatlnf, .1 rt v PUH m.m.umj, .i..,, 17 lllu.uaiA UIOIIIUL UI oaaalnn Calnnlnv fivll A,. lm Jn.l 1lnwln, an arm ed son, J. D. White. Also by two garet Allen, Beaver Dam. not also. She carried debarment from tho commls- - Lodge conferred each of the threo I helr James Leslie Hagerman, Mrs. Walter Groep ot Commerce, bouquet of Florida flowers. Mr. Ray brothers: Georgo AShby, Centertown sions dealing with Russian affairs Degrees In a manner enjoyed by a to MattievJnno Bennett. CentrtowirT large number ot th home mmbrs Texas, arrived at the home ot her CorneH was the groom's best man, nnd David Ashby of Owensboro. thuy will bo content to remain. Adam Young, Mcilnry, to NorlnejijC-Coleman- , Funeral services were, conducted Their reply Is expected to make as well is by tho many visitors pres-th- e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Barnard, while Miss EmmaTlchenor acted ns Beavor Dam. ot Route 2, Wednesday morning to tho brides mnld of honor. She wore from tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. point that only the full confer-Jen- t. N' Loman Mldklff, Narrows, Route 2, " Collins and the remains burled In onco has power to bar them, and in - A bounteous lunch 'was served at spend 6 weeks. Rev. Groep Is ex- a georgous frock of white organdy. to Adella Hondrlx, Fordsville, Route, The bride Is tho beautiful and at- Oakwood Cemetery, Saturday and supper was also pected to join Mrs. Groep In about this they ire supported by tho neutral tho noon-ho1. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. tractive two weeks. Stations Iieauea vy uuuuiura, wuuao eurveu ui iuu Liuugu uuu. u, an an tho-hous- i.. ..... ., i.. v... Russo-Germa- II Rmso-Gorman ' , I -- ."... ...."..."".!,":.. i ! ...'..." h, .,.".. "'y 1." 7 ... 'V'!' McArthur-Varo-amondmo- T , I S"' ! .:" ' T ''' h.e ht the-finis- ,.,,,, - I I ," er s . . ' y, te I t ri. ., .- -- .. tj- j ss ay : .... x t-- Dallcy-IIutchlns- er I to-ba- I h glv-ment- ed New-Orlean- ad-Jo- e, ,, sp-ik- - I or er all-da- ' . - plm-oilma- uf-au- na-je- 4 I ar Y ft ur o- - perilous climbing beforo Ihom. Passing tho night In a llttlo Kurdish village below tho snow lino, they started at 8 o'clock in tho morning Bendy for Campaign April and by rapid climbing reached tho Contractu summit beforo dark. After carving 22, States MnniiRfr Of Orgnnlznttnn, tholr names and addresses in a largo rock they returned to tin 8,000-foup of tho tobacco crop of level by midnight. SlEnlns . the 'Black Patch" will begin about Kail What will yon give for this Col. Joseph Passonnenu, or- Anril 22. auto Just as It stands? r.anliatlon manager for tho Dark-To- Cullum I wouldn't give you any"AssociGrowers' bacco thing for It If It Just standi; I want a Bald'"Tuesday. Noxt w,"ck literaation, ture explaining the plan thoroughly car that will run. will go out to every county In the district, to tobacco growers, bankers, U. 8. TREASURY SAVINGS CERTIFICATES GOOD 11UY buslnus nnd professional men. In favor of forming the "Sentiment Treasury Savings Certificates to organization Is gaining- - nil tho time U has been explained," said tho amount of $13,377,444 were sold where Hoi. Passoneau at the headquarters In tho United States during tho past to at Ilopklitsvlllo. "Not only the to- month accordingoffice word Just reof the Savings bacco growers, hut the bankers and ceived from the men, who have learned or Division at St. Louis by Postmaster , business plan J. S. Glenn of the Hartford, Ky., tho oDcrallon of tho It has been tried out and postofflco this is tho largest sale wherever rtpeclally In the Hurley tobacco Uls of any month since tho certificates wero offered and' shows that the trlct. are enthusiastic over It." said that con people nro beginning to realize that Col. Passonneatl tracts would be ready to start'tho ac the certificates are a splendid Inttvnr.nmnalen for members by April vestment. will be Postmaster Glenn says, "It has 22. County organizations county.preclnct work been figured that these certificates formed In each crs appointed and the work of or with their tax exemption and Interest compounded ' semiganization pushed until October 1, ratb of 4 by which time every grower in tho annually are better paying securities "Black Patch" will have had an op than almost any of the bonds now on portunity to sign up his crop to the the market. They are designed for association and Its proposed market- tho small Investor and Issued of $25, $100 and $1000 ing plan. News from Lexington Monday told afld sold for $20, $80 $800, respec of efforts on tho part of leaders of tively. For these seeking Invest the Hurley Association to produce a ment of funds nothing is more attraccrop in which quality would figure tive than these new Savings Cermore than quantity and Burley grow- tificates." ers also arc being advfsed to raise Diner Where's my change? more of what they consume on tho Walter Dar ain't no change; dat's farm, such as their own breadstuffs, lard and meat. Col. Passonneau said mah tip. Diner But I didn't tell you you ho hoped the growers of the dark disthing In the could have It. trict would do the same Waiter Oh, dat's all rlght.boss. matter of placing more Importance upon the necessity of growing a good Ah's fo'getful mahself sometimes. quality of tobacco rather than too Boston Transcript. -- e much common tobacco. Agent But, madam, it's a shame to let your husband's life insurance How Diphtheria Is Contracted. One of.ten hears the expression, lapse. I'll (not Lady )over wash-tub- ) "My child caught a severe cold which developed Into diphtheria," when the pay another cent. I've paid regular truth was that the cold had simply fer eight years an I'vo had no luck left'the little one particularly suscep- yet. Traveler's Beacon. tible to the wandering diphtheria "Milton, dear, why are some germ. If your child has a cold when you should women called Amazons?" diphtheria Is prevalent "Well, my dear, you remember the take him out of school and keep him fully recovered, as Amazon river has the largest mouth off the street until there Is a hundred time3 more danBut she went out and slammed the ger or his taking diphtheria when he has a cold. When Chamberlain's door before he could say any more. Cough Remedy is given it quickly "I am afraid Jack's married life is cures tho cold and lessens tho danger particular happy." any other germ dis- not going to bo of diphtheria or "What makes you think so? m ease being contracted. "I was watching the bride's family all through the marriage ceremony. "What's tho nr.mo of ycur new and they looked too blamed cheerful youngster?" aro going to call him Jere- to suit me." Judge. . TGZACCO PLEDGES SCON TO BE SIGNED ot IstoJks More Comfortable than the Old, and Stylish to the Last Degree ! Because Queen Quality "lasts" fit perfectly, there's comfort in Queen Quality shoes from the first day you wear them. HI ulrAiyVn ns patterns; And there's style in the there's beauty in every line; there's the requisite lightness, flexibility and shapeliness demanded in hand-tailored each type of shoe. - Truly the Qjieens of Shoe Qjiality 'Tis so easy to make your choice wherever Queen Quality shoes are sold, for there's a., quality about each style that sets it apart from common shoes; a distinction that your friends will recognize; a fitting ease and grace that are reflected in your walk and dress. -- yindthey Fit JVhere is Others Fail "We miah, after his uncle," lcplied the BROTHERS QUIT WORK , Vroud father. IN 1892. SAVE MONEY "The lad's uncle is rolling in money, isn't ho?" "Sandy" El Paso, Tex., April 13 "Yes. You don't supposo we like MasAlltster and "Mack" MacAllIster the name, do you?" was the prompt are brothers. Back rn 1802 they reply. were employed in a mine at Blsbee. They haven't been employed' since. Sandy" had a quarrel with the fore the great secret of Queen Quality "Fit" shoemaking. Without it your shoes will become shapeless; they'll wrinkle and pinch and soon wear out. Queen Quality shoes are made and sold "for the right purpose, to the right wearer, in the right fitting, for the right price." They are the shoes for you. VH C ASTO R rA or Infants and Children , In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of fes&k i MOUNTAIN IS SCALED FIRST BY AMERICANS Alexandropol, Armenia., April 15. Alter baffling expert mountain climbers for years tho great Mount Alagheuz, one of the highest peaks In tho Caucasus, has been ascended by two American college athletes, Hoy Davis, Montlcello, Ark., and R. II. Anderson, of Connecticut. Davathlete at Ersklno is was an and later" baseball coach for tho American college In Egypt. Anderson was captain of Wesleyan's 1918 football team. Mount Alaghouz rises 13,500 foct from a broad plateau, about thirty The miles east of Alexandropol. Americans had made two previous attempts to reach the summit, which is regarded as oven mora difficult than tho ascent pf Mount Blanc. On thdlr third and successful attempt thoy mounted marly to tho snow lino on American army mules, which loft C,000 feet of tho moit difficult and all-rou- "Mack" man and was discharged. became angry and quit. They took an oath that day never, to work again. They have kept It. Since then they have been across the United States "twenty times and trip, are here on their twenty-tlrs- t headed for the coast. The two brothers have saved some money and it Is lasting well because they wear overalls, do their own washing and mending, cary their own cooking utensils and do their own They prefer sleeping In cooking. tho open, winter and summer they declare, "because we are used to U," was "Mack's" explanation. "We don't mix with other hobos," he continued, "they are only tramps." They are known In many towns by workmen in railroad yards, who sometimes remark when spring comes around: "Well, it's about tlme "Sandy" and "Mack wero coming COOPER BROS BEAVER DAM, KY. BUSINESS MAN WAS ON VERGE OF BREAKDOWN "Tanlac Saved Me And I, Now Feel Good Clean To MY Finger Tips," Says Well Known West just feel good clean to my fingertips." Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. -- L. B, Dean, and by all leading druggists everywhere.: Advertisement. in," . "Actually, I was in such a weak : condition that for "Do animals possess the sentiment and exhausted of affection? ' asked the schoolteach- - a year I walked all bent over and never was able to straighten up uner of the llttlo girl. til I took Tanlac," said MacClelland "Yah, ma'am; almost always." "Good,"' said tho teacher, "and Rood, 328 Virginia Ave., Huntingn business now," turning to a little uoy, "ten ton, W. Va., mo whnt animal has the- - greatest man. "My stomach got out of order eighuatural fondness for man." email boy considered carefully, teen months ago and every time I Tho and finally ariswored: "Woman."-- s ate a hearty meal I suffered like fury. My whole system seemed to Detrqlt Journal. give way and I was- - growing weakTeacher You've been a naughty er and thinner every day. boy. You must stay after school. "I can say for Tanlac it has just Johnny All right, Miss Jones. If made a brand new man out of mo. I you're not afraid of the scandal.rm eat anything I want, do any kind of not. SanFrauclsco Chronicle. work, walk as erect as an Indian and welj-know- "If I had known you wero such a fool." exclaimed tho wife of his bosom, "I never would havo married you." "I'nusory, dear," replied hubby meekly. "And then, as ho dodged, ho wondered why sho threw the Sugar Country Gentleman. bowl at him. "I simply cannot stand the sound horn," said Tompkins. of a motor-ca- r "Why not? asked an acquaintance. "Some time ago my chauffeur stole my car'and eloped with my wife, and every time I hear a horn toot I think he Is bringing her back." . $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is' at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's is taken Internally and Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucoua Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the and assisting nature In doing Itx work. The proprietors have ta mtu-ifaith In the curative power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine thnt they odor One Hundred Dollars for any case thut It fall!) to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 76c. t Reward, $100 fused to listen to mo!" "Tut, tut!" replied his friend, Ono day O'n.fferty was up beforo smiling. "It will turn, out all right la Judge Brady for assaulting Patrick the ond. A woman's 'No often Murphy, and this was tho exami- means 'Yes.' " nation: ,m "Perhaps It doos," was tho sorrow"Mr. O'Bafferty." said the Judge, ful reply. "But this woman didn't "why did you strlko Mr. Murphy?" say 'No'; sho said 'Rats!" : "Becau:o Mu.-phwould not give How Is Your Complexion? mo a civil answer to a civil question, yor honor." A woman should grop moro' beau"What was the civil question you tiful as sho grows older and alio will asked hjnl?" "I asked him perllte as you plaze, with duo. regard to baths, diet and 'Murphy, ain't your brother the big- exercise, and by keeping her liver and gest thafe in tho state, excepting bowols in good working order. If yourself and your uncle who is absent you are haggartl and yellow, your oyes losing their lustre and whites bV In tho penitentiary?' "Anil what rude answer did he give comlng yellowish, your flosh flabby, you to such a very civil question?" it may bo duo tolndlgostlon or to a "Ho said to mo, 'Av course, prislnt sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tab-lo- ts company excepted,' So I said, 'Murcorrect these disorders. m " phy you're another,' and struck him Pair aivery careful mo fist." wld . Faro--You'ro A GEM FIIOM THE HUSH CASTQRfA Children dry FOR FLETCHER'S driver? Taxi-drive- r Yes, ma'am. When I learned to drive there wero always three women In. the back seat tellln' me what to do. had an Bachelor Idea that after a cguple hava been marled for some time even their thoughts become to a great degreo identical. Am I right? You are.- - About tl(hf Benedict time my wife Is thinking of what sho'U say to mo for coming homo so late and so am I! I have always Husband (ou his wedding tour) I ; Aro You Happy? J' want rooms for mysolf and wife. To bo happy you must bo well. If Hotel Clerk Suite? Husband Of course sho is per- you aro frequently troubled with confectly lovely; the sweetest girl in the stipation and indigestion you 'cannot bo altogether happy. Tako Chamberworld. i lain's Tnblots to correct disor"I proposed to Naomi last night," ders. They aro prompt Jlieso said tho dejected one, "and she ro- easy and pleasant to tako. m. T .. T J r one-eleve- n IIIm m BS 7, cigarettes mt$mJk. A "tltree Triendli Gentlemen 111 1 A1 I TURKISH M ff II rU W HS HURLEY VIRGINIA 10 In FIFTEEN that fits the pocket 111 FIFTH AVE. BJJ HW YORK CITY At a price that fits the pocket-boo- k Tlte same unmatched blend of TURKISH. VIRGINIA ondBURLEV Tobaccos Cuar&nieed b? a new package nil the principal farming sections of Kentucky Is unusually good; thero nro 10 percent nioro brood sows In w'ern this tlmo the State than-therlast year; and altho the labor supply Is still G per" cent below normal the demand for hired farm labor Is 10 per cent below normil, nccortling to the April crop and llveatadk report for Kentucky Issued today by iho U. 8. Bureau of Markets and Crop Estiwith State mates In Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Ilnnna. Tho condition of wheal in Kentucky April 1 was 81 percent of normal compared to 95 pci cent Aprif 1 1921, and an avcrngo of 85 per cont April 1 for tho last 10 years. Jlyo condition Ip this Slnto was 93 percent April 1 compared to 95 per cent April 1 last year and nn average of SS per cj.it April 1 for tho lasi ten years. Tho afr(fgo of wheat oowod In Kentucky !.st fall was approximately 670,000 acres compared to 657,000 ncres sowfd In 1920; whllo ry (Including only that for grain was 0 0 acres last fall compared to acres sowed for grain In 1920. The mild weather, this winter and spring nas been vary favorabio for small gra ns In all parts of the except drowned out on low or flat lend. Farm labor is 4 'per cent more plentiful than on April 1, 1921, but still only 95 percent of a normul supply, as many farmers can not afford 19,-0018.-00- to hire labor, and farmers report they linro cut their demands for labor 8 per cent below Inst year's demand bud 10 per cent below normal. Farmers say In their reports that Ihls la due to tho general slump In, prices of farm products compared to former prices and to the prices of manufactured goods and labor. jUtttoj FARM DEPARTMENT. 18,820 I'nnu Youngster Swell Club Work Ranks. Lexington, Kjr., April 15. The number of Kentucky farm boys and girls enrolled In junior agricultural club work has Increased by 18,829 during tlio past seven years, according to club authorities at the College of Agriculture. poultrymen nt tho College of Agriculture. Vto of tho water glass method of preserving makes it posslblo to have winter eggs nt" about" one-ha- lf of what fresh onts would cost, tho poultrymen say. Eggs can be kept fresh as long as a year by tho following method, according to J. II. Smyth, extension poultry man: "Only absolutely fresh oggs should be preserved, candling being advlsa-bl- o If there Is any doubt as to their freshness. Dirty eggs or egg5 that havo been washed should not bo used. Washed eggs will riot keep because tho protective covering has been removed while 'dirty eggs will become tainted In flavor. Infertile eggs shcNild be used whenever it Is possible to obtain them. "Commercial water glass, which may be bought at any drug store, Is used at the rate of one quart to nine quarts of water that has been boiled Is and then cooled. The mlxturo stirred until the ingredients are thoroughly mixed. "A clean stone jar has been found to be the most suitable container, one eight-gallo- n Jar being sufficient tor 15 dozen eggs. One quart of the water glass and nine of water will preserve this quantity. The cgg3 are placed In the solution so that those at the top are covered to prevent evaporation. The Jar needs to be stored In a cool, place where It will be umlisturbsd. who wants to "The housekeepr save steps need not go to the Jar every time she wishes an egg but may take enough out of tho solution to last several days, providing she has a cool place to keep them, Eggs may be added to the solution from time to time without danger of spoiling those already in it." Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liver. needed. It Is the medicine makes the liver active, vltlllzes the -- Children Cry for Fletcher's Ibe Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has "beta uso for over over 30 years, has borne tho signature t and has been made under his pc-rCjfLjC&ffi-fizfajsonai supervision since Its infaacV.. muzs? Al'ow no one to deceive you In this- All Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but Experiments that trifle vlth and endanger the health r Infants and ChildrenExperience ngalnst Experiment. ia jp - Just-as-go- Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoricy Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years It has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arfcia therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural slctp. The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORI A " QENUINE yBears CASTOR I A the Signature of . ALWAYS vs r at vvs ismjmimJ sr yjSZsJUr rV V 111 Use For Over SO Years THE CEMTAUH COMfANV. NgW VOWK CI TV. The Kind You Have Always Bought Price Ushers In Preserving Season. were enrolled Lexington, Ky April 15. Thouswith 1,250 in 1914. An enrollment of 25,000 youngsters has been set as ands of dozens 61 Kentucky eggs will bo placed in water glass during tho the goal for 1922. coming few months whllo eggs aro cheap for use next winter when prices Kentucky Crop Iteport. The condition of wheat and rye in for this product soar, according to A total of 20,079 Jyow Egg in 1921 as compared Her-bln- o stores a blood .regulates the bowels and re"fine feeling of energy and Price 60c. Sold by cheerfulness. ni Ohio County Drug Co. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Overland, always a good investment the greatest automobile value in America "Pay attention,' now," -- said the geography teacher. "The population of China is bo great hat two Chinamen die every time we take a deep breath." Later she wa3. astonished to find, a small boy, very red In the face, "What are you puffing vigorously. doing. Tommy?" she Inquired. "Killing Chinamen," was the answer. 'I don't like them, so I'm getting rid of as many of them as I can." The Courier -- Jurnal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky. Newspaper The men who make it are just as proud of Today's ?7 Tramp glvo me Lady Tramp Lady L CASTORI A Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S (at kitchen door) Can you something to eat, lady? There's the wood pile. I can't eat wood, lady? 'You can saw it, tfan't you? prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially & newspaper, intent upon giving first consideration. news-matte- r Tramp I'd rather eat It, lady. " Good morning. - Bodwcll (introducing his wife to his favorite hotel) Here, waiter, wherc's my honey? Waiter I'm sorry, sir, but she doesn't work hero now. Punch. 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- By special arrangements we aro now able to offer $ at 550 f. o. b. Toledo high-price- d, For the stomach and bowel disorders of babies McGee's Baby Elixir Is aremedy of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is pure, and wholesome pleasant to take,, Price 25c and 50c por bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Comuany. m S : THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND THE REPUBLICAN Both oho year, by mail, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New scriptions may. if desired, start at a'lutter date, "and rcnowal3 dato from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute- Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. , Send or bring your orders to this office. HALF OF XATIO.V ATTENDS CHURCH "hand-picked- lint sub- will as the men who work on " cars are of what they makeand with a better reason. It's a better achievement to turn out so fine a car at so low a price. Today's Overland: 25 miles to the gallon; all steel body; baked enameled finh spring base. ish Touring: $550; Roadster, $550; Coupe, $850; Sedan, $895, f. o. b. Toledo. 130-inc- McHENRY MANUFACTURING 3 MACHINE CO. DEALERS - McHenry, Kentucky (Tho Pathfinder) Less than half the 110,000,000 people In this country go to church. Itev. H. K. Carroll, church statistical expert of Plainfleld, N. J. reports names on church rolls, an Increase of 800,000 since 1920. However, Dr. E. O. Watson of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ In America estimates 46,000,000 persons are connected with some religious organization in one way or another. Dr. Carroll says most denominagain over tions show last year. The Mothodlst group add ed 300,000 new members; but nearly d of this number Is credited to its colored branch. PresbyteriansIncreased 63,000. Dr. Carroll notes that the Welsh Cnlvlnistic and the Free Baptist churches have-merg- ed with affiliated bodies. Ho estimates the Baptist gain for the year to bo 850.000. According to the samo authority, tho Roman Catholic church heads the membership list with 15,500,000 (The official Cathocommunicants, lic 1921 directory lists 18,000,000; this' Includes all persons baptised In the Catholic faith; the Protestant bodiso count only registered churchgoers in their census,) Next In or- -, der come tho Methodist with over members, followed in turn by the Baptists, nearly 8,000,000; Lutherans, nearly 2,500,000; Presbyterians, over 2,300,000; Disciples of one-thir- t - Tho 00 - Christ, 1,520,000, and Protestant Episcopal, 1,093,000. The 1921 figures for another denominations follow: Adventlsts, 136,- COO; Assemblies of God, 10,000; ( Dunkard ), 138,000; Bretheren 13,300 (Plymouth), Bfethren Bretheren (River), G000; Buddhist (Japanese), 5700; Catholic Apostolic, 2800," Catholic (East Orthodox), Chrlstadelphlans, 3900; 645,500; Christian (American Convention), Union, 10,800; 97,000; Christian Church of God and Saints of Christ, 3350;Church of God (Wlnebrenner), 28,700; Churches of God (General Assembly), 18,300; Churches of tho Living God (Colored), 11,000; Churches of the Now Jerusalem, 9,400; Communistic societies, 2000; 819,300; Evangelical, associations, 213,700; Evanelglstlo 14,000; Evangelical Protestants, Evangellcan Synod, 274,900; Free Christian Zton, G300; Friends (Quakers), 117,400; Jewish, 358,-00Latter Day Saints (Mormons), 5S8.0Q0; Swedish Evangelical Mennonltes, 82,500; Moravians, Bible Faith 23,800; Nonsectarlan al, 18,-00- 0; 0; 36,-800; Christians, 3000; Pentecostal charck. 62,000; Reformed, 511,000; Salru-tl- on Army, 108,000; Schwelkfelders. 1400; Social Brethren, 950; Society for Ethical Culture, 3250; Spiritual ists, 50,000; Temple Society. 268; Unitarians, 71,150; United Brcihra. 376,200 Universalis, 60,000 aed independent congregations, 48,700. Tho Federal Council of Churches reports that the churches last year spent at least half a billion dollars. As some of them did not iucluda missionary funds raised and others did not include local congregational expenses the actual amount was miudk greater. Sunday-school- s show a Rata of 2,056,000 members ana 4408 school over 1910 figures. It that adherents of rcHnCosa faiths lirthls country (many of vtbam cannot bo classed as regular eharcb-goer- s) ted 75,000,000;" Roman Catholic, I&.QCn- ,000; Jewish 1.600.000: Eastern Or thodox Catholics, 411,000 and Luttcr DaySaInts, 1,647,000. Tho total number of ministers in the country is 19G.400. a galri'of 1800 ovrr lOJflL The number of churches, is 25 UOG. number roughly; Protcslamt. X 1M. - Lk. :. . Is w Church and in the days of his activity STRAY STREAKS an asset to his community. Funeral services were conducted (Dy Fluko Mcriuko.) from Deulah Church by the Rev. T. Published Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY T. Frnzler Thursday morning at 11 jMATFOIlD o'clock and tho remains laid to .rest Wo don't care much as to whether Incorporated r In the Church burying grounds, by they arc of tho non-ski- d variety, but tho side of his wife, who preceded wo would turn looso of at least 4 bits W. B. TINSLEY, Editor him by several years. He is survived for a good pair of puncture-proo- f nad Business 3Innngcr. by ono daughter, Mrs. Joe D, Rogers, socks. ' v of Kaw'annee, Ky., and three sons: 'Entered according to law at tuo Herman, of Denver, Colo., S. R. nnd having Tho High School folks were Postotflco, Hartford, Ky., as mall Rupert Dennett of Deda. There Is n prnct'LM ono night last week, preMatter of the second class. also surviving ono sister, Mrs. W. C. paratory to putting on a play, In Ambrose, of Hartford nnd three which the firing of pistols goes to to brothers: Isaac M.,S. A., nnd Norrls Address all communications make It complete. John Bell, who e'Tbe Hartford Republiran. Dennett. Each of the latter four be- resides opposite the College heard the yond the age of 75 years. shots, sprang out of bed, rushed to MuseumMeriagerie--Hippodrome-Wild the phono nnd called tho Sheriff, tell NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS CHURCH DANCE HAL1-- 4 town was being shot ing him that the Subscribers desiring tho paper sent up nnd to come down immediately or a new address must give the old Royal Tokio Troupe of Japs 2 Herds of Performing Elephants Rev. Harry F. Hubble, Presbyter- - sooner if possible. Mdress In making tho request. Tho Sheriff Business Locals and Notices 10c Ian pastor of Duffalo, N. Y., says "all sleepily allowed ns how the town had line, and 8c per lUe for each churches should Install dance halls." a Marshal for that sort of business, Dancing Horses Prettiest Bare-bac- k Riders Trained Wild Beasts Insertion. there Is n but if help was needed he stood, or Obituaries, Resolutions! tnd Cards He argues that where Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for "dance hall evil" the way to correct perhaps lied ready to assist Bell ch head line and slgnautre, money It Is not to get rid of It, but to grab then called a neighbor of the Marshal ta advance put the church into it. and had him get out of bed nnd go Church Notices for services free, it and If there were a few more ministers awake the said Marshal, who dreamifcnt other advertisements, lc per there ly guessed that tho town shooters-u- p word. with so broad a viewpoint, Anonymous communications will would be less churches which fall to had fled and maybe were several jrecelvo no attention. hold tho young man and young wo miles away and so he returned to his man who today eoek diversion whore downey couch to finish his dreams so TELEPHONE they can get it in the church, with rudely broken by firing of blank the church's wholesome influence, If cartridges at the school building. 59 Farmers Mutual 2 Performances at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors open one hour earlier. they can, but diversion anyway, church or no church! Kaiser Rial says there's no use In APRIL 21 ni3?RHAV WILL EXHIBIT AT It's a long, long road from Intol- trying, you can't get away from It, erance to sanity of thought. Wo Jall- - once you live In Hartford long :?n Theaters and other similar ea people ior Kissing meir wives on enough to get your system saturated places of entertainment, ns you enter, Sunday but a few score of years ago. with this Rough River water you'll lhe last seats are taken first. In When all churches lead the world In come back as certain as gun's Iron. -cburches It- is .lust- tho same., exceDt ', tolerance, all the churches will lead Yes, the Kaiser says, Bud Bennett ONE DAY ONLY the world In Influence. exactly different. didn't Hardly .wait for daylight before 4-he sneaked off to the river, got down LOUISVILLE MARKETS 3f Jeems Cox don't watch out the and swilled that mudon his Btales will get him before. the running dy water like an ox on a hot after Cattle Supply for the midweek noon In August. ol the Derby In 1924. There's such ja thing as being In training too long, trade was of small volume and considerable activity noted on the light --co tho athletes tell us. We have n friend who has been desirable kinds. A good, active de- - right puny We axed his was brought into Court tho next "Wo have an idea that that General maud was evident for tho best liandy- - Doctor what was ailing him and he morning and a few minutes of obserbutchers; others slow and unr told us that our friend was suffering vation showed very plainly that he J3emenoff person wishes he had ' at borne this last time, or If he had changed. Best heavy cows steady. from a case of bootlegltis. . These was mentally unbalanced. cd Ho was We Have Installed a First-Cla- ss o go visiting and if it were to be done,vCanners in good demand at $2.25 pleggon Drs. nearly always answer a placed under observnlion of physi...... .,., Ht.l. .Is...-- . T1i.ll wnliiAta iratiornllv etonrlv , i I.. - tlie .u- - Bw.. ...... w.- -., we f. question In some sort of simple oer uguin iuiukiiiu wuuiu uittv uu... tu.. cians until Saturday when nn inquest on some other country to call upqn. top bolognas $4.50 4.75. Under- medical term so's.a layman resulted In the steps above mention f tone slow in the heavy steer division, knows no more after he has been told ed. Ttoscoe Arbuckle was freed of guilt with Inquiry' light from all sources. than he did before, sometimes not so In all probability young Hall will of contributory cause of the death of Good call noted for the best quality much. bo taken In charge by the Federal "Virginia Uappe, by the California stockers and feeders; plainer kinds Authorities and transferred to some ,Jnry last trying the case, but by that neglected. Milch cow trade steady. Anything for Men, Women and Children. Give us a trial. Ike Mason won't stand hitched, U. S. Hospital for treatment. Calves Prices $1 higher, with a that's all there is Only last other jury, that of public opinion, he Place of Business: One door west of Hartford . has not been freed, neither do we be- Sood demand for the best veals at week we contracted with, him (verH. Balrd, 77, of Llvla, died and common bally however, and that's where, we" Mr. J. lieve he will be for some time to come. ?S down. Medium Herald office building. ' Fie life he followed, the gait he pac-io- calves continue slow; medium $4 missed iti lacking an ear and eye wit- at his home Thursday of last week. as demonstrated in the trials, will 5; common $2 4. ness) to do his spring fishing, and Burial of tho remains took place at Hogs Market active with steady now he swears It's all off, We stood" Glennvlllo on tho day following after O. M. WADE, Proprietor. live long in the minds of a great body ol movie fans, even tho the murder prices in vogue. Best hog3, 165 to ready to faithfully comply with our funeral services at the Baptist church at that place. The deceased was the charge be dimly retained in the mem- 300 pounds $10 25; 120 to 1G5 lbs., part of the agreement, too. father of our fellow townsman, Dr. ory of movie patronlzers. The an- $10.10; 300 pounds up $9.70; pigs, S. C. Balrd. nounced cancellation of ten thousand 120 pounds down $S.75; throwouts We heard from John Moore 'tother V contracts for Arbuckle films by Will $7. GO down; stags $6.10 down. day, in a roundaboutway and tho reSheep and Lambs Market strong port is to tho effect that he Is rearing SALE OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS H. Hays, head of the Producers' Association Is pretty good evidence that with a brisk demand for the best to go. Rumor Is, that he has already ..tho public will not stand for the spring lambs at $17 down; seconds accumulated a goodly supply of bait, Notice Is hereby given that the un".Fat Man's Stuff," at least not now. 10 12. Best fall lambs $12 down. the most of it spit on too in order to dersigned will on 3Ionday 3Iay 1, Dest fat sheep $7 7.50; bucks $3.50 save the same, and time when he gets 1922, at the court house door In "lias the proposed movement for down. to' pulling the pretty fellows out of Hnrtford, Ky., about the hour of 1 tobacco organizing the Butter, Egss jukI Poultry. the watery depths. o clock P. M., sell at public outcry to -- marketing association in the Green Duylng prices net to shipper, the -- the highest and best bidder, all notes MAX JJtiver territory slowed up? There may shipper paying freight and drayage and accounts In my hands as adADJUDGED INSANE i '.!!!. Ing doing that we know charges are: ministrator of the estate of J. B. Eggs Candled 19c dozen. nothing of. There could be, as a notes and -or Science- - Hill, Swain, deceased and all James Hall, 23, Poultry Hens 20c lb.; roosters matter of course, but It is being done, accounts belonging to the estate of if at nil, In too quiet a manner. Kept 10a,Ib.; ducks 20c lb.; guineas $3.00 Ky., was adjudged to bo of unsound B. Swain and C. 31. Swain, formerTo the dozen. mrnd, or Insane, Saturday and com- J. doing" 'under cover, so to speak. business at partners under ly Country Butter Pound 15c. South and to the South-weof us we mitted to the Western Kentucky Asy tho firm name and style of Swain & "hear quite a lot concerning lum by Judgment and order" of the their Swain. organization Ohio County Court. REV. O. P. MADDOX AT movements toward Thisl April 19, 1922. --rwork. Young Hall served in the late war, They seem to be busy all thru WEST PROVIDENCE APR. 23 U. S. CARSON, Admr. 43t2 I w being on the front Jn France about the "Black Patch territory," from coming to the Republican Rev. O. P. Maddox, recently return- nine months, according' to his statedally. If our Tobacco Growers ed from Brazil, S. A., where ho has ments. While he denied having been "In the first act of my play," exd or gased. It Is said that plained the young dramatist, "tho :iro going to tike advantage of the spent fourteen years as a missionary, proposition it seems to us that they will preach at West Providence his mother, on bettig conimuulcated scone Is laid in a cemetery." ought to get busy, get the organiza- Church. Sunday morning, April 23, with sta'ted that he was gased, and "So I see," said tho manager bruperhaps shocked, which may account tally as he skimmed thru the pages tion well under way before everybody at 11 o'clock. ugets too busy with the bustling farm Those who can hear tho Rev. Mad- for his montal condition. Hall, some of manuscript. "And you might as -just ahead. Our worlt, that's dox on this occasion are assured of a time ago attended a revival meeting well lay tho whole thing there." in his home town, conducted by Miss are opo'n and free, to a reason- treat. All are cordially invited to Alpha Cochran, who recently held able oxtent, for use of the organiguns!' exclaimed the nb- "Great --- ezation and ita advancement In Ohio rovlvals at Nocreek and Washington, sontmluded man "I Just stuck the EASTER SERVICE, 'Eounty. and now preaching a lighted near Hartford end of this cigar in my o--t AT THE JI. E. CHURCH series of sermons here. Religion be- -' mouth." miKKIt SALE IS PUT UP camo a hobby with Hall and tho "How fortunate you wero in dis- TO VOTERS 11 V HILL Special Easter, Services were held young lady under whoso preaching he covering it at once, dear.' rejoined Unusually Good Service in Munsing-Wea- r at the ilethodlst Church Sunday. A became converted occupied some sort for Men, his good' wife. "Washington, April 20. Voters well arranged program, rendered In of a largo place In his thoughts Women and Children. "would be given an opportunity under a most pleasing manner by tho Ju- which caused him to follow her to -NOTICE TO FILE CLAI31S m "bill Introduced by Representative niors and smaller members of tho this section. Ho arrived In HaTtford Your own experience in wearing Munsing-Wea- r John Phillip Hill of Maryland, Repub- Sunday School in addition to tho Tuesday of last week and proceeded will be the best test of its quality. . to determine next November special music made up tho service. at once to the Nocreek community lican, All persons having claims against -whether the manufacture and sale of .The Pastor, Rev. Frazler, canceled his where Miss Cochran was then staying. the estate of A. W. Logan deceasod, Some folks have an idea that light weight under2."7D per cent beer should bo permit- - preachlifg date in order to give time Ho was so persistent nnd rude in his aro hereby notified to file same, rfed in their Congressional District. for the other exercises. was necessary to properly p.roven.wlth Barnes & Smith garments are not substantial but that's because they attentions that it --Tho measure, ho snld, Is a substInstitute legal proceedings and the Attorneys, Hartford, Ky. on or before never tried Munsngwear. HORTON itute Tor ono helind previously offereal condition of Hall's mind not be- Juno 1, 1922, and upon their failure red which would have created Federal ing known, resulted in tho filing of so to do, said claims will be forever In our store you will find more Munsing-Wea- r Mr. and Mrs. Andy Porter wero In charges local option districts to determine detaining of a woman barred. 4 per cent beer and 12 per Hartford Saturday. than any other kind of underwear for the reason that whether warrant accordlngl ylssuea. This April 19, 1922. And Rev. Hicks of Sulphur Springs fill- Hall was at tho homo of the Rev. cent wine should be legalized. A. R. CARSON. we sell more of it. Munsing-Wea- r has made good Tho ntw bill would provide a tax ed his appointment at Bethel Church Jaggers, when arrested by Sheriff FLORENCE 31. LOGAN, friends for us as well as foritself. All desirable styles ol twenty cents a gallon on beer. This Saturday night and Sunday. Ralph, brought to town and placed Executors of A. W. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. John Black of Louis- - In Jail Tuesdajyilght of last week. Ho Jevy, Mr. Hill estimated, would pro-- J ." 43t3 for Summer now in stock, and at reasonable prices. ivlllo, aro visiting Mr. A. W. Black duce $400,000,000 annually. land family. si U. 31. BENNETT DIES. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Daniel of BeaI ver Dam, spent Sunday with Mrs. Ly-d"Basil M. Bnnett, aged 89 years, 4 Daniel and family. --Months and 18 days, died at his home Miss Mnggle May visited her sis . tin Beda Wednesday morning at 7 ter, .Mrs. Culley of Olaton, last week. o'clock, of cardiac asthma. Mr. Ben- Mr. Leslie Wright was tho guest tntt wna nnfl nt tfln liaat lomwn pIM. of Roy Daniel Sunday. sens of that portion of the County, Mr, and .Mrs. jess Stevens wero We Invite Your Inspection. In that Immediate week-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Slaving resided community duriug tho greater part of E. Crowdcr. Mr. and Mrs. Culley Wedding spent 'his life. He waa a veteran of the a consistent member tho weok-en- d with Mr. Van Slay and nvnr of il tho Cumberland Presbyterian family, The Hartford Republican 1 Wait For The Big Circus The only Big Show Cominf this Year Campbell - Bailey - Hutchinson Combined Circus and Wild West Animal Arena lr tl Hqrse Fair Speed Tournaments Athletic Contest -- 3 Rings 200 Horses Special Train of Cars Mammoth Free Street Parade at Noon Day -- ft BEAVER. DAM TUESDAY, MAY 16 all-fou- rs here-of-lat- e. stay-weig- ht TO THE PUBLIC! hlgh-falut- ln Steam PRESSING MACHINE We Clean, Press and Repair to-It- .. d, .HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB -- st shell-shocke- UH VeatT ta Complete Line of BASE BALL GOODS! Ohio County Drug Company d Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. -- C1-6- ii I, Attention, Housekeepers We doubt by this time you are planning to do your spring cleaning. We want to remind you of our splendid line of Window Shades, Draperies Rugs, Grass Rugs, Matting Rugs, Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs, Brussels, etc. Ax-minist- er, READ BELOW 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 40-inch Seamed Axminister Rugs Seamless Axminister Rugs Printed Brussel Rugs Woven Brussel Rugs Grass Rugs . ." Matting Rugs Congoleum Rugs .. .- - ...: .$34.95 39.45 10.95 19.95 '. 36-in- ch 36-in- ch 36-in- ch 36-in- ch Marquisette Colored Drapery Fancy Scrim Curtain net . . , Bordered Sen m .- - ' 6.50 5.00 15.00 35c 25c 20c 25c 15c Ikz&l&Gb, r h v The Harttord Republican l'UHUY . Mr Sep & T- - Williams of Hob Hoy, Ma offjce Monda APRIL 21 i Mr E. At Davenport, of Wysox, was In town last Saturday, on busl- ness. Mrs. Mary F. Llles of Beda, was visitor at the Republican office, Tuesday; Mrs. Lula F. Coppage is making with friends and an extended'-visi- t relatives In Leltchfield. Hotel Brooms, the only broom for 42t3 heavy sweeping. WILLIAMS &' TAYLOR. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS ' AND SOCIAL EVENTS New Line of wall paper at tho OHIO COUNTV DRUG CO. SMOKE ELPERBOlOcents. n V Hartford Case Ball Team plays Centortown hqre Sunday. Come out Mr. S. L. Stevens of tho Cromwell and boost for tho hqmo team. .country, was In town Monday. Mrs. J. Ross Taylor, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Elmoro Ashley, city, confined to her bed with Illness for "Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller and chilspent last week end In Owonsboro. the pnst several day's, Is convalescent. dren who have been In Carbondale, 111., during the past 20 days visiting McDowell A. Foglc, Editor of tho relatives and also where Mr. Miller, Homstltchlng and covered buttons. vns v .T. HEAN' v Herald, mado n business trip to was under treatment, returned to " Louisville Saturday, returning Wed their homo hero Saturday. Hartford, Ky. 42t4 nesday. Mr. J. W. Marks and llttlo son EdT.Ira. Catherine McGrnyal and Mls House on lot New Otis nrown of Routo 1, Centertown ward, of Toccoa, Georgia, arrived In Myrtlo Maddox spout Sunday n 4 ainLThad Barnard of Routo 2, Hart-- ! Hartford Tuesday, to spend several 150 ft. square, corner Fifth x ford, wero visitors at this office Wed- days the guests of Mr. Mark's mother, & Broadway,' Beaver Dam, v Owons-bcr- o nesday. Mrs. T. S. Marks and family Mr. Jesso Caseblor wont to Ky., at a bargain if taken by Tuesday vhere ho has accopted Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrin were Rev. R. E. Fuqua, who completed a employment. year as pastor of the Slaty Creek Bap- host and hostess at a six o'clock din- May 1st. daughter, tist Church, last Sunday was retained ner Monday afternoon at tholr homo Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and H. E. RENFROW. The guests wero Mr. on Main Street. Helen, were In Owensboro last Fri- for another year. William (Butsy) Brown, Lexington, day, shopping. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. King have mov- and Miss Lois Phillips, of Owensboro. SHADE TREES Dundee, ed from the residence known as the Mr. Griffith Mitchell of Now Galvanized TuUs and Palls: with Mr. Park "Vaught property" to tho Bunger epent last week-en- d FRUIT TREES 0c No. 1 Tubs residence on Clay Street. Tnppan, of this city. 70c No. 2 Tubs'ORNAMETAL TREES ; 80c Mrs. Garfield Barnard and little No. 3 Tubs John Hill, tho little son of Mr. and FLOWERING SHRUBS -- ,c to Bre- - 10 Qt. Palls Mrs. Howard Ellis,. Is recovering from daughter, Helen Ruble, went WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. mon Monday to spend several days HEDGE PLANTS an'uttack of measles. with friends nnd relatives. BEDDING-PLANTMr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns, who Don't fall to see tho Ball Gamo beMrs. O. L. Shultz was the guest of havo been occupying rooms over the Centertown and Hartford, at tween VEGETABLE PLANTS relatives In West Point last week office of Heavrin & Martin for (jomo Rlversido Park, Sunday at 2:30. y AND SEEDS whllo Prof. Shultz was In attendance time past will move Tuesday of the Mr. coming week to the Residence of It of the K. E. A., In Louisville. Paint. Buy Shorwln-Wllllam- a PLANTS FLOWERS T. II. Black on the corner of Clay is cheaper because it covers more BULBS Miss Vlnlta Barnard, who Is at- and Frederica Streets. surface. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. tending the Bowling Green Business From County Court was In session dur- Everything in Flowers spent from Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Acton and chil- University, parents, Mr. nnd ing the" first four days of tho present Seeds to Trees dren," city, spent Sunday with Mr. Monday with her Arthur week, with Special Judge, ' ' and Mrs. J. T .Whltehouso, near Nar- - Mrs. G. Barnard In Dundee. Dale Kirk on the bench, In the trial rt V? . rows. of the case of E. P. Barnard etc, on Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Leach, Rev. Mrs. Motion for the establishment of pubof Beaver Dam, Mr and FLORIST Mrs. Oma KIrtley and little daughKing of lic iiifrh or drain, the lury rendered ter, Wllmu Lucllo, who had spent a Walter nialr and Mrs Ida wero guest's Suuday after a verdict for establishment of the OWENSBORO, KY. 1, few days with Mrs. OUIe Hill and Iluford, ..,...., at noon of Prof, and Mrs. 1. S. Mason, uram anu uraoussunui" returned to their 'home Write for Catalogue. morning. city. , yJCronos, Monday, ' Meeting that bunch of Ohio county school teachers here last week attend MIbh Mnrv Marthn Smith of Cen ing the K. E. A., was just like a visit of lifer father, down home. I wish they came often-e- r. tertown, Is the Attorney C. E. Smith d M.. Bmlth of this city. I After prohibition, woman suffrago Misses Elizabeth Scott 'and Helen Is proving tho biggest legislative as farce of Wcsterficld spent the week-en- d the twentieth century. Even guests of Miss Ida Marie Bennett of tho friends of tho measure admit that ' near Centertown. after voting In one or two elections tho women In considerable numbers Oct your Seeds, Fertilizer and can no longer be interested in poliFarming Implements, from tics. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, 3Ct9 Beaver Dam, Ky., S. Main St. I would appreciate nny information leading to a knowledge of the present Makers Leonard and Uloin Brfte whereabouts, the state of mind, and of Vansant, spent from Saturday to tho manner of conduct, of my former Mom tj In Hartford, tho gu.'sts of friend and neighbor, A. Cox. Like tntlr uunt, Miss Etta Holcer. Vesuvlous, Albert does not appear to have been recently In eruption. Mr. E. A. Barnard of Ceralvo, and Rev Russell Walker, city, attended I asked a theatrical manager the the Masonic Meeting of Joe Ellis other day why tho variety theatres Lodge, at Bell's Run, last Saturday. had decided to cut the leg show feature from the chorus, and he said Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, city, they had found It unprofitable to conspent Wednesday with Mr. Hunter's tinue competition with tho free exhimother, Mrs. S. T. Hunter, at tho bitions on the streets. home of Mr. and Mrs. Erk Fulkerson, Matanzas. I broke a lifetime precedent Sat urday and went to see a league gamo Messrs. N. A. (Bud) Yelser, Carl of baseball. 1 had a seat just be Stnlsworth and Hobart Tlnsley, left hind and n little to the right of tho here Monday for Decatur, Ala., where umnlro nnd watched the game With they will erect a building for Bond hesitating Interest. Up to the third Bros. Inning I had not inquired whether It was a league or a scrub game, but Miss Elizabeth Davidson, city,' who at that point I happened to notice the attended the K. E. A. meeting in score board away in thejack of the Louisville last week, visited friends field and discovered that Louisville In Lexington, before returning home was playing Indianapolis. This rath Sunday. er increased my Interest In the game and I asked a fellow which was the Mr. Noah Lee Rowe left last Satur librae and which the visiting team. day for Akron, Ohio, where he has ac For tribal reasons I favored the cepted a position with the Goodrich Louisvllllans until some of the home Rubber company. Mrs. Rowe will rooters began taunting the visitors join him later. by calling them Swedes. tThen my sympathy went over to the other felMiss Bessie M.Glllesple, of Louis lows. I believe In fair play, even In ville, came to Hartford Saturday baseball. The game seemed to be play night and remained to Monday with ed on the square altho a couple of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gil runners attempted to steal bases, but lespie and other relatives. failed. At the close of theninth Inning the score stood four to four and, Prof, and Mrs. I. S. Mason attend- tired of waiting, I left. My boy, who ed the K. E. A. in Louisville last follows the game pretty closely, said week. Mrs. Mason visited her son, a lunacy commission should try me Robert Mason and Mrs. Mason in for leaving at such a stage of the Lexington, before returning Sunday. game, but I knew I could read the result In tho paper a little later, and beMr. Raymond Phillips, city, left sides I had just taken home from the Tuesday for Loda and Champaign, library a work on "The Effect of ClianxIII., where he wfll spend a few days mate on Civilization," and was He 'will .lso go to ious to begin reading it. with relatives. Cincinnati, Ohio, before returning A member of our bunch made homo much ado about the approach of his ' Miss Cleon Genung, 'graduate Wooden wedding anniversary, which nurse, who had been with Judge J. E. occurred Tuesday, strongly hinting Fogle during the past two and one-ha- lf his expectation of presents Well, he years, prior to his death, return- got 'em. We. fairly loaded the parlast cel nost with packages of toothpicks ed to her home in Louisville, and sent hlra a load of kindling. We week. directed the driver of the wagon to kindling at daybreak Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree, unload the recently spent Tuesday morning on the pavement In of Owensboro, "who house, and then several days here, the guests of Mr. front of the fellows gone connived with tho policeman on the and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook have him before sunrise to Louisville, to visit Mr. Murphree's beat to awaken and demand he move the obstruction mother. from the street. It was too early for he Ralph, Hartford tho poor fellow to secure help and Misses Ernestine painfully performed the task of toting and Kathleen Tlchenor of Matanzas, to the cellar, assuring his who have been attending tho State the wood sympathetic wife that never again Normal School, Bowling Green, since proclaim tho apJanuary 1st., returned to their homes would he publicly anniversary. proach of a wedding last week. Mlei Alice Taylor teacher In tho grades In the local school is 111 nt the homo of her parents, Dr. and Mrs, J. W Taylor. f BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D, Claire.) t'"t n-- BUY A Black Hawk CORN PLANTER get out of adjustment- Will always please you. . i J I With the Edge Drop and no bruslktlfc Drops, oia&j grain and spaces acurately ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Tires Guarantee) 8,000 Miles Against Rim Cuts, Stone Bruises, Blovr ' Out. Free Innertube with each tire; purchased. ,, Tire Repairing that's GUARANTEED.. Prices" right. fe. 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JinmESKNTATIVK (WYOM1NO), KEPOUL1CAN TLOOIt LEAKKIl Y, 25th ANNUAL TOUR OF AMERICA'S FOREMOST TENTED ORGANIZATION Never before such a galaxy of Acrobats, Riders, Equilibrists, Contortionists Gymnasts and Aerialists SPECIAL R. R. TRAIN lllCdsiSAVviii!ffl e AN ARMY OF PEOPLE NEVER POSITIVELY THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING THIS SEASON DIVIDES-NEV- A CITY OP CANVAS ER DISAPPOINTS fV ZTt ' Performances 2:00 and 8:00 P. M. Doors Oncn One Hour Earlier Excursion Rates on all R. R. for the BigHoliday FREE EXHIBITIONS on Show Grounds 1:00 and 7:00 P. M. at KsfcJi . an1 mimUiiBsjM&&K&. aWsssVcM x .mm 11i) iimi ,j' i&":& iV07 V WWsSSrrtWR- - rauiKiKr ffvwgra kf JYizPJJixsliU&M-v. I V.'a oHifiAftH-vJte- S : , avgVg i &SrfSWg V PencU'No.174 Made in Viv- - EAGLE'MIKADO"- BHIIiLJMl.1,1 r r Ms: When the newly elqctod Republican . 175,000,000 for federal aid In bulldins Congress was convened In special ses - of public highways. It enacted a law Ion April 11, 1921, the nation wrb still 'or the protection of American owned legally at war with the Central Powers cable and radio service. It enacted a bf Europe and the domestic problems ' new lax moasure, which reduces the confronting the country were of great- - public taxation for the current year In tt magnitude than any previous ad- - 'ne uni of $818,000,000, tho bulk of knlnlstratlon In the history of the which Is saved to tto man of medium United States had ever been called Income. Upon to solve. In addition to enacting tho Budget The President and tho Congress had Law creating the Dudget Bureau, un program of rehnbllita der which all economies which have tlon and reconstruction. In his addross been mado by executive departments opening the special session of Con were made possible, tho Congress, Kress the President asked the pas- upon Us own Initiative, cut ovor 0 sage of a resolution declaring a state from appropriations requested of peace between the United States by various departments and boards, and the Central Powers. He urged, In thus carrying out the President's deaddition, the enactment of an emer- sire for rigid economy. gency tariff, a permanent tariff, the In addition to carrying out the Prescreation of a budget system; legisla- ident's program it enacted a restrictive tion providing relief to agricultural In- immigration law. It amended the terests; federal aid to public high- Edge Act In order to facilitate Amerways; a new tar law which would ica's foreign trade. It reorganized the the burden of public taxation and Philippine financial system In order to eliminate excess profits taxes; a con- save the islands from bankruptcy as solidation of the .various government a result of maladministration under agencies handling relief for the Wilson regime. It reorganized the men; a maternity and Infancy welfare Indian Bureau and reorganized the Jaw; a law to punish lynching by fed- Postal Sen Ice and readjusted salaries eral statute; encouragement for and in that department. In fulfillment of regulation of cable and radio service; the President's request, tho House and, above all else, rigid economy in passed a permanent tariff raen9urc appropriations for tho operating ex- the Fordney Bill. The House also penses of tho Government. passed the Dyer Bill, which makes The best and the conclusive answer lynching a federal offense and provides 'as to whether or not the Republican for federal punishment of that crime Congress has with the ReIn his annual message to Congress publican President in carrying out the sup.program is the citation of the record In December, the President made plementary recommendations, anions lof accomplished acts. The Emergency being tho enactment of a coTariff was a law May 27. The reso- them marketing law; the approlution terminating a state of war be-- , operative priation of funds to relieve the famine tween the United States and the Cena commistral Powers was in full force and ef- In Russia; the creation of the refunding of our fect July 2. The Budget Law was In sion to handle and foreign loans; the enactment of force and effect June 10, In time to legislation to stop the Issuance of apply to the new fiscal year beginning securities. July 1. The Sweet Bill to i Every one of these recommendations all agencies dealing with has been enacted 'Into law with the men was a law by August 9. exception of the one regarding the isIn order to assist the agricultural suance of securities and a interests the Congress amended, the bill to carry that recommendation Into War Finance Corporation Act, which effect Is now well on Its way through provided a round billion dollars of new Congress. credit for agricultural and This record shows that the House Interests; passed the Packers and with the President exactStockyards Act, the Cappor-Tlncbe- r cent, in enacting such leg.Act to regulate grain exchanges nnd ly 100 per Act, which Increased islation as ho recommended a record the Nelson-Curti- s between tho executive the funds available for farm loans In of and legislative branches of Congress the sum of $25,000,000. has no equal In the annals of It enacted the Maternity and fancy Welfare Act. It appropriated American legislation. 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Buffalo Express. be-ha- ron ft k the RTnM.irtTDfllinl KIDNEY.LIVERAND Ef f.uil best medfelna sola over a druggis 'a counttr. er w E lc Every "Woman IVnnfs '' Ii 4 Teacher Johnny, If you don't I'll have to send a note to your fathed. Johnny You'd better not. Ma's as jealous as a cat. I.cglon Weekly. DIRECTORY Ohio County CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday In March, May and July; third Monday in September nnd fourth Monday In November! JtidKe George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. Glover H. Cnry, Coin'tli. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. Trustee Jury 1'uimI L. B. TIchcnor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday In each FOR PERSONAL MYr.IF.NF- Duiotved In vrater for douche stopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation, Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing vionder for nasal catarrh, throat and sore ipjoMt..AAKa..d t..-- eyes Economical. I Hit "uwwmwif uwDimg inci tfrTOTICUAF VrnT fc '" 30c. ll dmccuti. of t.JmJ fcyl lbK3io ! vopanr, ikmtou, ri II I 1 li 91 el 1 1 I'M alllilllDlfl rr. 1 e Mothers use V j live-stoc- k I Rev's . !' month: JtulKo R. R. Wedding. feflufu6e ftsmm IVfclBIKg5TOgHCTTOl fire trades EAGLE MIKADO For Sale at your Dealer ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Comity Att'y. Otto C. Martin. .Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies-MacCook, Iris Render, George k Jl m iLwujtM Fasiiioned A Safe Old EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Public Economy Motto of Republican Administration Operating Expenses of Government Re- duced Nearly "One Half by Republican Congress Working in Harmony With Executive Department D. S. IllU'RKSKNTATIVE JIAUTIN n. MADDEN (ILLINOIS), CHAIRMAN HOUNK COJIMITTKK ON Ari'KorUIATIONS P. Jones. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTKRIiY COURT :onvoncs first Monday in each month FISCAL. COURT Convenes Tucsdny after first Monday In January; first Tuesday in April and October. R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. . Remedy Seventy-fiv- e uoua use it the best teati. monial FRET'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a b'ottle always on hand. It will help keep the little one healthy 30cs bottle ntyourdruscitt'tor general ttore; or If your dealer can! aupplyyou.aend hie name and 30c in alampa and we'll end you a bulile promptly. E. S. fSEY. bltiaart. Hi. for Worms vein contin. ftru and happy. $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford . 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-town- The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts" of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with I a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. The estimates submitted by Presl-tn- t Wilson for the conduct of tho Government for the fiscal year 1921 amounted to $6,150,000,000, and the appropriations made under these estimates by a Republican Congress amounted to f 4,789,000,000, showing an approximate saving in appropriations, for that year of $1,400,000,000. The estimates submitted by President Wilson for the fiscal year 1922 were $5,600,000,000, and the appropriations made under these estimates by a Republican Congress were reduced to $4,065,000,000, showing an approximate saving of $1,600,000,000. Tho estimates for the fiscal year 1923 submitted hy President Harding amount to $3,853,000,000, and the appropriations, when completed, will probably be $3,500,000,000, or $353,000,-00less than the estimates. The people of the United States should understand that for many years to come It will not be possible to jun 0 the Government for less than per annum. This seems like a very large sum, but whon it is realized that we have three fixed charges, consisting of Interest on the public iebt", sinking fund, and maintenance f the Veterans Bureau, which were reated by the war and amount to ap-- j proximately $2,000,000,000 per annum,' it will be Been that the other expenses of the Government have been reduced by the Republican administration to 0 $3,500,-000,00- fl.500,000,000. The annual cost of the Government before tho war was $1,250,000,000, Thus It will be seen that the present coit, aside from the fixed charges referred to,' Is but $250,000,000 In excess r cost, and at least $150,000,-00- 0 of of this is accountod for by the normal Increase In the business of the postal service, leaving but $100,000,000 of expense for ordinary purposes it) r costs. excess of pre-wapro-wa- dency must marvel at the rapidity with which the'eost of government has. beeu reduced. It Is tho constant aim of the administrative and legislative branches of the government, all in control of tho Republican Party, to administer tho affairs of tho Government on a strictly business basis, expending not a single dollnr for any purpose not essential to the Nation's needs. Tho one thing on which all are agreed is rigid economy in Government expenditure, and nothing can more forcibly portray the story of accomplishment achieved In this direction than tho statement that costs havo been reduced to the extent above Indicated. Ono billion, five hundred and seventeen million havo been expended on the care of the wounded and sick soldiers of the World War up to February 1st, last, indicating that nothing has'beon left undone to provide for the care and comfort of the men who gave themselves to the country In Its hour of need. The country Is to be, congratulated on having Mr. Harding in tho presi dency. The problems handed down to him from tho war complicated though ,they are, havo been solved In tho in terest of the people. He has had tho Vision to see, the patriotism to do, and tho courag6 and ability to achlove. Ills devotion to the Nation's needs has been tho admiration of all who have watched him. Ho has been zealous, painstaking, patriotic, untiring and and he has bad and will havo of tho Conthe hearty gress In his efforts to put the country on a stable basis. Nineteen hundred will find America tho and twenty-threonly country In tho world living within its Income. Tho people bavcj reason to rojolcd at this accomplishment of their President and their Congress. e tho conduct of the Government since Mr. Harding's induction Into the presi- Any one wbo has followed 3rd District 1th District nth District Q. B. Brown, Simmons J. R. Murphy, D. No. 4. Fords-.vill- e. Sam II. Holbrook, Hart ford, R. F. Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, R. F. D .No. 2. 7th District J. Walter Tnylor, Bfca- A Traatreni 3. ver Dam, R. F. HOARD OF KDUCATION for WE AH Mrs. I. S. Mason LUNGS ot Convones First Monday In over CONSUMPTION month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O C Secretary-Treasurand R1 c"i IS! T w it , R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford A quick relief for that tired,ivi D. No. G. R. F. pains In chest, night sweats, heroor W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart (hacet. weakItluncs or consumption. If it doer , aol help you costs you nothing. m ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Lock box 016 OHIO MEDICAL CO, Nat Lindley, Contertown, R F. D. 1 COLUMBUS n Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. Kvaiiiiuntlons. For Common School Diplomas Fourth Friday and Saturday In Jnn-uarnnd Second Friday and Satur day In May. To bo held In Fords- I1Ia Dnnitnii Xn nn.l Tin 'siaejl TcacliprH Ccrtillcalcs Third J For LfSZV LlVCI 30(1 TtVlilnv nnrl- Rntunlnv ... Mnv. Tunn .n ..w u(ar Except notice 1b and September. given to the contrary tho latter examinations will be held in Hartford. WILL YCLU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY tr All D.-N- it io er fygfaxiwyy FOR owe vn - i ll feelinc-counbi- i arir - Hf y, USE LI V-VER-- LAX atr s. fOF the Troubles of Constipation. OTIIIlirOKFICKRS Tnv Commissioner Fordsvllle. R. F. Keown, I Survcjor Itcnrcseiitntivc Run. C. S, Moxloy, Ira Fordsvlllo Jones, White Fceliricht all tho time. Don't lay otl from work for dava bv tnkinrr when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x keeps you le. Safer too, nnd easy to tako. Pont tako anything else. You can't afforil it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses eys tem and relieves constlnatioa A nat. ural remedy, natural In its actions, surj in its effect and certain in results. I won't bo long before Iiu.Ve--.La- x will - HARTFORD I'ollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. Muyor W. C. Blankenshlp. Council L-- II. Bishop, Secy. nOOKl'OUT Robert L. Green, Judgo. Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. Edd Cooper, Chairman. W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. Stllll Mason, Treasurer, j . -- -- . completely displace calomel in everif nome. Children can tako it freely an) with perfect uafety. Every bottlo guar-antee-d. BOoand $1 in bottles. Nona genuine? without tho likeness and Bigntv! turo of L. K. Grimsby, For salo by It, m. air.riUMi. . uvuofc tv ' .; Y! 4One Solid Yea Br of Achievement eflV Republican Administration's gram of Construction Being Fulfilled Pro- ! KEEP YOUR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS 4 "yjPTX JtilHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBil ' eVBBBBBS Congress Is Industrious Record of Accomplishments Excelled in Annals of Legislation s (By Rep. Simeon D. ssBsssBtiHy'H Not Feu (Ohio), Chairman Republican Con. graulonal Committee.) 1C. Washington, "Keep April ........ tir.. -- ..!..-- A....... ft I.. ...1.n Low Wallnco, Jr., Director of Savings, Treasury Department, says to tho i people who hold such government so- ciirltlcs. "Do not allow theso snv-lnto pass Into tho hands of specu lators and suffer a loss," ho ndded, "Hold them until they are duo and the government will pay their full face valuo, nnd the purchasers will get all that tho government Intended they should recclvo when they Invented their money. When cashing should invest their stamps thorn in tho new Treasury savings certificates which have taken the place of tho War savings stamps ns government securities sold in small gs tho-peop- I CALL ON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. . In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. U fy - ,Ths World War bequeathed to the United SUtM, In common with every thar nation rJtontJc debts, tromendous of $5. When purctMndltnres, burdensome taxes, dis- of the womanhood of tho country. denominations chased the first month In tho year jointed ecoMenic conditions and gen- This great piece of humanitarian legislation Is the first of an ambitious they wero sold for $4.12, nnd tho sale eral unrest. No previous administraprogram of legislation prlco Increased one cent cachmonth tion alnoe the establUhmont of our espoused by nrocressivo wpmon in their now to the end of tho year, Theso stamps flevernraent came Into power with I sphere of political activity. have always been redeemable, tho ro- greater domestlo problems demanding , The Republican Congress enacted a tlomption valuo increasing month by This now month in the same proportion ns the eolation at Its hands than confronted new taxation measure. measure reduces curing the current purchase price increased. Tho $5 Repabllean administration the on taX b111 '"Mi'6 8Um f stamp Issued in 193 8 Is worth 4.G3 !liSf-Sb,,March 4, 1981. f CaSe ?in. allowed .1 man of the present time. Next January Immediately upon the Inauguration , " be "rth, B' ra11d,rfe,re"co f of the President and his call ot the come; it repeals the "nuisance" taxes; M ccnta- peclal session of the Congress a pro-- , all of tho transportation taxes, which a hoavy hurdon upon agricultural caslon to warn, holders of these gram of rehabilitation was outlined! and Industrial shippers; It repealed stamps not to sacrlflcethe profit be-tand work immediately commenced to-oxcess profits tax and reduced nnd tween present redemption prices and consummate It. Undesirable lmrnle;ra- - revised the surtax. t the par valuo price which the govern- In this connection it is Interesting ment'wlll pay, oven if the scalpers' tlon was flooding the country. This In-creased unemployment, rendered more to set down, the nctual reduction of offer more than tho government now Ho difficult a solution of our industrial public expenditures which have taken payg when caahlnE the stamps. Place since the tepubllcan Party came problems, while ttke character ot many into control of the United States Con- - bceves ,t s far better for th hold. , tRle over any er- ot, tho f tbe Immlf rants was a menace to ' gress. The operating cost of the Pressing necessity in order to receive loelal and political institutions. To United States Government In tho year . stamps, as the protect American labor and American 1919 was $19,000,000,000. That year ' the full value of the One great the Republican Congress began to government intended. j Institutions against this invasion a law function. It used a blue pencil upon ndvnntngo to tho purchaser of the was enacted limiting further Immlgra-- . tho appropriations asked by tho Demo-- , Treasury saving certificates, new tlon to but three per cent, of the naadministration chiefs. The op-- 1 suc he 'says, Is that they are not I erntlng costs of the Government In transferable, and the holder cannot tionals already In America. 1920 were only $7,500,000,000. The Re- near thcm a3 u The first necessary step toward eco- publican Congress tho . continued to econo--' nomic readjustment was necessarily' mlze, nnd the cost of running the Gov- - murJr- wou,d aPPear that the I)erson reduction of expenses and balancing of ernment In 1921 was reduced to $6.-- . the budget. One of the earliest meas- 500,000.000. Much of this was the vll J3 trying to save Is beset on all j "Those ures enacted by the Republican Con. residue of the Democratic admlnlstra- - sldcs,j' said Director Wallace. tlon. By close between who bought War savings stamps were gross was the budget law. The pre-- 1 tho executive departments and the generally people of small means, with vlous Republican Congress had en-- j Congress In 1921, tho expenditures of limited savings. For the most part moted a budget law, but It was vetoed tho Government for the current year theJ. were patriotically Inclined, and 7 President Wilson. The law went, are to be not In excess of $1,000,000;. bought becauso they wanted t0 help into effect July 1, 1921, In tlmo to apply vuv, uiiu cuuuuiuiua wuii-- imvu Lfeou tho government with money in tlmo put Into effect give promise of cutting . . . to the flsoal year beginning on the this to $3,500,000,000. In connection ol war- - "'" "e,u ol ..... 1... uecra"l ol .1 same date. .Whatever economios have with this. Congresa has enacted the have s0,d thelr stamps or redeemed funding law, which au- them at the places of purchase. Now, Veen effected by reason of the Budget foreign-deb- t since that time are to be cred-- i thorlzes a commission to take Imme-- J those Issued In 1918 are approaching Bureau dlnte steps to place our loans, to the period ot their greatest value, tied to the early action of the Repub- - foreign countries In a collectible shape, aI1(j the ever ready sharper Is trying Mean Congress In putting the law on so that wo may begin to receive the t0 shuve ott a part of tno savings of the books which created the Budget Interest and principal due us and ht lncrcase over the present re- Ur dVompt!on Bureau "and made Its operation posprices. The government mesne ' sible. redemption does not offer pro-rat- a The agricultural Industry of tho .thSrSSbiStn11 ,tS .bniarcehVrlCeS .'lS ountry was suffering In a degree 1921, found tho nation with her rela PcJr ls t0 encourage which has never been equalled In its tlon 3 with many foreign countries duce, the Investor to hold until The 'history. . This Important Industry, to almost thevbreaking'polnt.eturity and then toje-lnves- t. Issue of saving? certificates pro- her fundamental principles under ot our which directly affects I population and Indirectly affects every 'cussion, her historic significance In vides for redemption at any time, question, her population Burfelted with paying 3 per cent Interest during .industrial, commercial and financial the profits of war and wild extrava-- . the tlmo of Investment. But to enactivity, was facing bankruptcy, fn ganco, her Industries Inflated by courage theso investors to make the srdar to assist the fanner In this from war demands, and4 best of their savings, Interest Is paid period of economic distress the Re' problems of reconstruction compliper cent, comat the rate of 4 cated and Imminent. publican Congress enacted an elaby If the certl- pounded I Today sees peace again established orate program of agricultural rehabili with all countries, forelan relations re-- . flcates are held until maturity, which tation. This program ot constructive! sumed with honor to ourselves and Is five years. Another advantage of legislation in behalf of the American' icomplete Justico to others, the finest 'the new savings certificate ls that farmer Is without parallel In the an attitude of the world toward our moral they are all sold at the same price no nals of American legislation. The sub leadership as evinced in the arms con.raatter what" time of- the year, they a policy of proper regard for are purchased. -- They are sold at all stantlal effects ot this legislative pro- iference, the defenders of the nation's rights,) t offlces and redeemed at the gram are now apparent on every hand. an AAAnnmln nrlmfnlafrntlnn linnn in ft , . ., Treasury Department by mail." :" j;.:. Notwithstanding the Republican e Congress e'locCed In 1918 and assem- jductlon of our public funded debt to First Irishman And so yer name rebled In special session In 1919 had the amount of $2,000,000,000, and a Is O'Hare. Are yez related to Patour floating debt of appropriated hundreds of millions for duction of a reduced taxation of over rick O'Hare? men, the administration of Second Ditto Very dlshtantly. I of a billion dollars per theso funds by the various oxccutlvo yean, a rejuvenated agriculture and Was mo mother's first child and Pat- Industrial fabric sorely distressed by j,. was tn0 13th gvncle8 controlled by the Democrat prospect or gen-- had been such that the men the havoc of war, the eral employment of American labor Clyde Well, Thave to toddlo on had "received a minimum of benefit In American Industries, the only coun- now. Can't bo late tor dinner. from the funds. A large part of this j try which not only is balancing Its' Roach Afraid of your wife, eh? and' budget, but has really reduced the war was due to lack ot no; it's tho Clyde Olf,-de- ar, . !diperatIon ot the various bureaus debt, has restored its credit, and dfs- plays signs ot promlso on all hands of cook's feelings I'm thinking about Ono of the greatest pieces of construea resumption again of our happy and Columbia State, tlve legislation of the Republican Con. promising stage .which preceded tho o Xreis was the consolidation of tho va-- ' inauguration of the Democratic foibles First Deacon I Wonder. why it Is rious agencies donllng with the ,of the new freedom nnd policies, of that wo havo so many pennles.,In the man under tho ono head of the suspicion and persecution of success, 'collection? Veterans Bureau, This assures cxpc Such Is tho achievement of the first Socond Deacon Tho only reason r dltlon aa well as fair and adequate ( year of the Republican administration know Qf fa b0CausQ wo hayo no gma. treatment of our disabled in control 01 uuiu iuu cjctunn; aun er coins. legislative branches of our Governmen. "in addition to this consolidation and ment. reorganization additional millions wore ,y , , UUt 11 SIIUU1U ue liuieu iui an ui appropriated for the use of tho Bu-- j this splendid program has been car-- . Ine IOUDg Mother S reau American oxsorvice men of 'the ried out In the faco-otho persistent! Health is Most Vital World War havo been better treated opposition of the solid Democratlo .at the Imnds of the Republican Con-- Party, which has attempted to defeat Hear What Mrs. Ellis Says About It men of any' every effort to rehabilitate the natlont greis than the exCovington, Ky. 'Previous war In American history and' and which has opposed every measure pectant period 1 used "During each Dr. Pierce's Favormen proposed, not becauso it had anything hotter treated than the ite Prescription. My friends wero nlvroya of any other nation engaged In the! to offer In substitution, but because It very anxious about me, but especially tno World War. And the end Is not yet.f Is habitually the party of opposition, last timo, becauso I was just getting over acaso of tho flu. llut I am happy to say As an aid to the agricultural complaint nnd.petty criticism. and as an antidote to the unemThe Republican Part' gladly goes their hare were unfounded. Alter taking ployment situation, the Congress to the country upon Us record of con- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription I had no troublo at nil and .paessd at $75,000,000 appropriation bill structive worfc, confident that tho TufTering. Therefore I comparatively no know the 'Favor.for the construction and maintenance! memory of eight years of Democratlo ite Prescription to bo good medicino uud of Improved highways, which sum will, mlsrulo . Is .toq vivid In.1 tho mind of the "in rav oninion it11b tho verv best thinir a ... U f T..l .be doubled when tho provisions ot the pUDUC 10 leave nuy uuuui ua A. tt.n jirusjiixuvu uiuiiior tan 11 l iura. iu mu uih.u. complied with by States put-- j decision of the American people as to Alma Ellis. 209 B. 3rd St. bill are Obtain this famous lrescription tiowafc ting up an equal sum ot money. which party should havo control of tho Among the numerous constructive Congress during the critical period of reconstruc ,id8', Uotd fa and relief measures the Maternity BUI natlon-wldand world-widY., for frco I medical advkc, jii enacted in response to the demand tlon. I I U. 8. REPRESENTATIVE SIMEON D. FES 8, OHIO, CHAIRMAN CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE. amounts." War savings stamps Issued in 1918 will maturo January 1, ,1923, and will ho redeemed nt par. The War savings stamps were issued in unit BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. You have something to SELL or any- i: thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE I HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If TT'at ro he 1 t v ' ""P Hartford Printing Company INCORTOItATED " HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i t u , STRENGTH, , VITALITY, HAPPINESS A Message to People in Poor just where I am going to shoot." And he blazed away. Legion Weekly. SCHOLASTIC MIRTH A large map was spread oa tha-wa- ll and tho teacher was Instructing-thclass In geography. "Horace," said sho, "when you stand In Europe facing the north, you havo on your-rlghand the great continent ofT Asia. What have you on your left e V,!" '" S8 T? Health Who Want to Be Well If you are In poor health merely n condition, from a general of get somo Gude's Pepto-Ianga- n your druggist and take it with 'your meals for a fow weeks or until you is feel right again. Pepto-Manga wonderful tonic and hlood-bulldand is very pleasant to take. It does not act like a miracle. Its effects aro gradual. But real and sure. It contains Iron In a form easily digestFor ed and absorbed by tho system. n ha3 thirty years Gude's been used by physicians as a tonic people. Don't continue fo.r.run-dow- n to be weak, nervous, and headachy and retake Gudo's store your good health. Thousands have been helped back to health by It you can bo benefited If you will accept this truth and act now. Sold AdIn both liquid and tablet form. run-dowan er Popto-MangaPepto-Mnngan, others who live at a distance from a drug store should keep In the house a bottle of Ballard's It may be needed Snow Liniment. at any time for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It Is a powerful healing and penetrating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Farmers and" ht bottle. Company. -- hand?" 'A wart," replied Horace; "but r Sold by Ohio County Drug can't help It, teacher." Youth.'su " ; 1 , m World. ed one-thir- d dls-jne- n semi-annuall- THE SERVANT PROBLEM r (r . A Southern family, having lost their maid, pressed In a colored girl who had been doing outside work. They first taught her to use Next morning the carpet-sweepe- r. she cheerfully asked, "Miss Jan, de parlor 'gain toBhall I lawn-mowday?" Christian Register. ' . - ..n?-- ' er . Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Surgeons agree that In cases or cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, tha first treatment ls most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is od promptly, there ls no danger ot Infection and the wound begins ta heal at once. For use on man or east, Borozone ls the Ideal antiseptic and healing agent.- - Buy It novr and bo ready for an emergency. Price 30c, 60c, nnd ?1.20. Sold County Drug Co. ro; pp-pllby-Oh- lo The great benefit derived from the - useof Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been gratefully acknowledged by .r.,. $70P,-000,00- three-quarter- s many. Mrs. Benjamn F. Blakeney, Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's er. --- cough Remedy Is by far the best medBrearly I saw Matty's picture laicine for colds and coughs we have ever used In our family. I gave It the paper the other day. Is that so! What waar Bodwell to my children when small for croup . m he cured of? and have taken it myself." . "That opera singer Jilted her." "The base deceiver." "No! Tenor!" Cincinnati Enquir vertisement. Mrs. Knicker Do you treat your cook like ono othe family? Mrs. Docker No, wo have tg treat lur like two of the family. New York Herald. A prudent mother Is always on tho watch for symptoms of worms In her Paleness, lack of Interchildren. est In play, and peevishness Is tho signal for "Whiter Cream Vermifuge. A few doses ot this excollent remedy puts an end to tho worms and tho child soon acts naturally. Price 30 cents per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counm ty Drug Co. BRBBtiBDnBDaanMiBBonBaaaaBaa g 2 D Colds & Headache Black-Draught g D Q j -- , "For years wc have used in our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its Kl place." writes MrrH. A. Stacy, of Brady vilie.Tenn. Mr. Sta- m cy.who is a Rutherford Cou.ity farmer, recommends Black- uraugnt as a medicine mat siiouia be Kept m every House- hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- vent them from developing into serious troubles. I a a Q B S 5 S THEDFORD'S f 1 ' "I thought you wero going to sell your farm."" "I was untilI saw the alluring ad my agent got up about It." Farm and Home. 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 has saved tis 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 . o e SffHSffif. JlSSiS: And hero's one about tho Quaker whosepatrloslm got the better of hla religious scruples and who went to war. Crawling through No Man's Land ho spied a husky German. Raising his riflo-this shoulder, he shouted: "Friend, 'tis most unfortunate for theo, but thee standeth o CASTO - Ohilaren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S RA a a ta ... Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht Accept No Imitations " dS aBaDDDDDDDDDDIDODBaBannDBBB u.:.fc kU i- - a.j: Jk. MA ' Jl1-- t Jte3B&&., 7nV 0J-VE- V IMiilNH KOH HI'MMKIl HUIIOOUS I'OrFiiaiyuuminor schools will begin iTuno 1st nntl closo raw; n&rtlur than rnnrMr ' than September J. schools vill Ito conducted In '.aumw .central placo, preferably tho exutrxt nat. It shnll Uo tho duty ot t&J4scaiy board nf education togeth- arTMhxradod school boards and city sy.y.ffciUuxsrda. Wherever these boards 2$tri!IGi the county school board, to ini& aultnblp rooms In which z&uit iKjjcolti ran bo conductod and tii.jprawtklo propor caro of such rooms fyin nl oat. to tho State Board of -- X&ru'xnrni. ihall conilst of not Ios3 two, six weeks of five days each, 'tDiutatosz Saturdays and Sundays. Six iot artnat work In the school xraaNDnll constitute a school day. ZSltiRMn tnF ZBfcSwnimur school ohall bo organized; wJchmi enrollment of foWcr than ho Xtt w&lhout tho porml33lon of dOnrSc Jluard of Education. itSRxrsBir school who Is not n college rVp minimum number of Instruction nploycd to teach In count' tppx&vzir or Its equivalent and who fcfaxraKiiart three years of experience. 'Citsxs iAall lio employed in ovcry ivlierever possible an expert rsriircaap icachcr. No instructor shall i av?Toyeil in any capacity who Is 133S.X a. high school graduato or 5Jf jPKlraleitt and who has had in waisaon threo years of experience ij rtiiilng or supervising. All ror teaching positions In schools must make appli-ujn- b to the State Board of Educate.', wvon a form prepared by tho iStsw Board of Education. This list wpSEL m submitted to the county and from this list xjnnnrsaporlntendents will select tho rix$aer or' teachers that are to give J2r?3x)Qou In tho summer school in t"jba7: aanty. County superlntend---as- a HTenrged to submit the names of a&H enispcteut nvallablu Instructors ryr amflt In these summer schools. salary for principals I 3XKE lor six weeks' work. Tho aaatmsmtvx salary for assistants Is SvjES Tor six weeks' work. iliv joast IlKAVim DAM. principal nnd tho county nnd tho city superintendent ns to whether they Mrs. Ella Stevens Is In Louisville, will use the books adopted by tho or tho books adopted by the tho guest of her sister Mrs. A. .V Stato Thonjpson and Mr. Thompson, city. Mlsa Innls Stevens of Unvcna, Ky , Attendance in county summer nor-mschools Is optional, but overy is tho guest of friends In this city. Miss Alcnno Leach has rcttirned to teacher or overy person planning to tench Is strongly urged to attend Bowling Grcon after spending the summer school somewhere. The sal- Easter holldnys with her parents, Mr ary schedulo from each county will and Mrs. J. A. Lench. Ono of tho best performances ever provide for an Increase In salary for all thono who atlond summer school staged in Beaver Dam tf local fnlont It enables all future nppllcants for was presentcd'Wcdnesday night at" of the certificates to meet tho legal require tho Opera House by thirty-flv- o ments In high school and In profes- students of the Beaver Dam Graded sional training. It will increase tho and High School. Tho Mlnstrel'wna teaching efficiency and thereby In- given under tho diroctlop of C. J. Teach- Schubert, of Nashville, Tenn. crease- tho salary of teachers. Those taking part were: Misses Aners who attend will be given prefero na Leo Maddox, Mnurlno Baker, ence In appointment. o Austin, Joseph Ktnnlmonth, All high school teachers aro strongUniversity or Tnylor, Glndys Likens, Alma ly urged to attend the some other Institution of standard Crowder, Rose Austin, Dorothy Lucllo Baker, Iluby Taylor, Ancollegiate" rank. No part of tho State fund can bo appropriated to na Alford, Tommle Phelps, Virginia established Institutions cither public McKlnney. Vienna and Wahnlta or private for conducting summer Leach, Commie Davis, Blrdlo Iten-IfroMnrguerlto Johnson, Violet schools. Prlvato institutions may offer summer courses which, upon ap- Hoover, Chrlstlno Young, Genevieve proval by the State Hoard of Educa- Leacli, and Wilma Taylor. Messrs: Henry Her, Hilllard Wiltion, will be accredited. Further details will be submitted lis, Clyde Taylor, Nathan Monroe, AEldrcd lbert Schultz. Guy Daniel, In tho near future. Young. Hubert Greer, Jonathan Rog- GEORGE COL.VIN, State Sup ' lers, Mayburn Harrel. Otho B. Tay IIAHTFOHD, llOUTE 3. lor nnd Bedford Robinson. nl Ma-mlCor-rlnnWll-lams, I AUCTION r LOT SALE BEAVER DAM, KY, Saturday, April 29th 10 O'clock A. M. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. French and CLEAR HUX Mr. and Mrs. Dave Havenor, of Heflln. attended meeting at Union Grovo Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Trogdon. Mrs. Anna Hoover returned home Thursday of last week, after ah extended visit with her children In Owensboro. Mr. Jesse Chapman of Bells Run, Is visiting his nelce Mrs. Maud Trogdon, here. Mrs. Stiuson Park, of the Liver-mor- e country, spent several days here last week, visiting relatives. was the Miss Ida Ruth Park. guest of her brother, Stlnson Park, and Mrs. Park, recently. Yates Everllng, of the Washington country, was gue3t of relatives at Union Grove Saturday night and Sunday. Rev. R. E. Fuqua says some body borrowed the lumber out of his stable loft out here, on his farm, and it I have a guess, I'll guess the preacher will talk 'about that lumber every time he meets the borrower, until said lumber Is placed back In that stable loft, that Is If he knows whp -- daughter, Eula Mae, and Mr. Henry French, of Llvla noute 2, 'spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .Whit-take- r. Mrs. Turner Ilimes is very ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mahaney and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nat Tyler. Mr. Ona Hoover spent the weekend In Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whittaker and children, and Mrs. Clifton .Hoover wont to Hartford Saturday, shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Hoover and baby, of Sunnydale, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ioover and son, of East View, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hoover, and little daughter. Alma Helen, spent Sundtfy with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hoover. Archie Bdnnett, little son o'f Mr. and Mrs. Archie V. Hoover, was buried at Bamett's Creek, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoover spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Hoover. Miss Audra Duncan ot Utlca, . lfr visiting Miss Nettie Bartlett. 'Cvd-isaximu- 1'luiW. V. The State Board of Education xrSit aErjropriato to each county on a Sny-HCcbasis a sunt not to exceed &, g provided funds are available. LewskTi-rJEhithe State fund, the and the graded school board tixji&e x:lty school board may unite to the number of from tho county, from school and from tho city y coun-rxjr.ua- "3 nd rlsjxaml o WASHINGTON' -- ftitf Tto3 State Board of Education tvXI aa& To any county that maintains school $10 per student for mbi ssmtOent that attends the full Efcxrai zi& io 50, provided funds are nra&aSte and provided tho county flfcTzfcxSCiiij education in said county "maximum tax. Msj) TJio'State Board of Education TaaHfini;? to any county that maintains arjsaittoacr schodl for each attends upto DO, provided fcfc&s.JM3ttty board of education in said euantipjoVies as much as a 40c tax. fi$Q) The State Board of Educa-'tlfc"will pay to any county a bummer school $5.00 for cirerscxlent that attends up to CO, IrorrfB6.J xbo county board of education "sel said county levies es much as Iw3bw ut TO a- maln-tyji-slr- rx .3JVUErrtictors' contract) will be 'ajy. auk1 iHstween tho Instructor ana rfcer 3atni7 superintendent. All 1)0 paid by tho county The Stato appioprla--.'jttoMvu- a paid to tho coun'v n upon prou'-- r at iteinent of super-vr.-fMtn w'Ste tax. Several people from here attended tho revival at the Christian church In Hartford Saturday night and Sunday, which Is being conducted by Miss Alpha Cochran. Misses Geneva Travis, Edyth Tins-le- y and Messrs. Hobart Tinsley and Ulysses Trogdon, of this place, spent .Saturday night and Sunday with friends In Cromwell. Mrs. L. L. Nowcomb spent Sunday with Mrs. E. E. Tinsley of the Alexandria neighborhood. n Miss Rachel Taylor and Mr. Hoover, of this neighborhood, surprised their many friends by going to Rockport, Ind., and getting married, recently. Wo wish them a long and happy married life. Mr. and Mrs. Noatley Jones ot this vlncinlty, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives In Hartford. Mrs. Hartley Park of the Alexander neighborhood, spent the day-- with Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, recently. Wll-bur- Mrs. Rebecca Murray Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sallye Leisure In Owensboro, this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bartlett of this place, attended church at Union Grove, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hoover visited the family of Tone Baughn near Concord, Saturday night and Sunday. ROSINE suf-feri- the'borrower Is. We have just bought the beautiful meadow lawn on the west side of Beaver Dam from Rev. J. N. Jarnagin and fronting on Dupont Highway. In just a stone throw of the I. C. R. R. station and overlooking the beautiful little city of Beaver Dam. We have this into 50 or 75 splendid building lots, streets have been graded and converted into a high class close to the business center and in the very best residence section of the whole town. Watch Beaver Dam grow! So join the crowd, come and meet your friends. This will be the biggest day and the largest crowd Beaver Dam ever had. " sub-divid- ed sub-divisio- n, -- Band Concert During Entire Sale This whole proposition will be sold at auction. Now is your cliance. arrases? xundered. 'Lsaraty summer schools aro Intended uKasoarlly to benefit elementary Veuaaa. All teachers teaching In "&p.ivuzaTi schools, whether In the Echool district, or city jZum. district, aro eligible" to attend r cost. Any student who has i.rf;fcKJ tho ngo ot 1G and who his iho grades and who ex-- 1 atii its qualify for teaching shall V&xfv-is-e bo eligible to attend. Wher- county board of education a2a rx.&tif to match tho Stato appro- nsadSiati, It Is permissible, but not rarsyiiteoTy, for.tlio county board of ".iiiBsjrioii to charge a tuition feo ot ism- attend. Tho tuition tee, bo voluntarily paid by . ja5Brt-s.3Taile- d O. -"t-K- Mrs. Annie Earp, who has been with rheumatism for some time, Is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson are the proud parents of a fine girl baby and Grandpa Alford is feeling much older. The last we saw of him he was walking with a cane. A Singing Convention will be held at Roslne Baptist church the fifth Sunday In May. Every body come and bo sure to bring your lunch. A revival meeting Is now being held at Salein, conducted by Rev. Brown of Louisville. Teacher (to .class In natural A meeting has Just closed here nt What kind of birds are most the Christian Church, conducted by , frequently kept in captivity? Rev. Robertson. "Jailbirds," volunteered Tommy. Tho Stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Judge. r Jackson Allen's home and left them -- a baby ghl, recently. "Is your boy well behaved?" ,Mlss Clara MUlor visited lrlends "Generally." In Roslne last week-en"What do you mean by "gsnoral-ly?- . Mrs. R. L. Alford, who has been at tho "bedside of her dauglite- - for "Not particularly." Boston the past week, has returned homo. d. M Free-$2- 5 in Gold-Fre- e Given away during this sale. Come early' and get your ticket free. Also we will give away a $250 lot to the lucky person. So be on the ground when the bell taps 10 o'clock. Rain or shine we sell this property. We win or we loose. So don't forget Saturday, April 29. , For. she goes. - li HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS A tAM 'VISE A ME WEM AH SEES TELL HA'NT P JBS. T' AH AIM' Mtwt-r,-mu- st MAH-SE- t,Bs. ojadonts. .courso of study offered will entire secondary field. Ex- ta samo credits will bo given t.xn3& Mik done in tho county summer Vur s3Ma as Is given in the normal sn9tK lor the saino work. Vrs-droIn any subject shall bo unions there ure as many as Tho maximum mimlior fttBtifciZdcAts itKx&u&mt that may bo In any class .. viact in cases of drills. Tho Trccunnuni jiiniAier of classes tha,t vv adont may carry is 'four with of one drill. V&.oxt books used in tho county ' jiaoMor clioolB will be tho adopted TBKt'iwdKs except where othorwlso ivyjsaittytd by tho Stato Board of sBAuauluii Wherovor a county sum-miaauiool Is conducted in a city of ttrst, socund, third, or fourth ii alall 'bo optional with the ; ZX- SKEERED 8UT SHUCKS.' AH KNOWS TELLIN' A ri WEN lie:: rw AHS Szt. -- HARNETT'S CREEK Messrs. Clifton Hoover, and Lee I Whittaker made a business trip to Hattford Monday. The Egg Hunt given by Mr. Arthur Davis Sunday was largely attended and all present report an onjoyablo time. Mr. II. L. Wade and family of Clear "Run spent Sunday with Mr. Wade's inother. Mrs. Chloa Wade. Rev. William Savage preached at tho Union Grove Chrlstlun Church Saturday night, Sunday morning and at night. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hoover of tho Shlnklo Chapel country were tho guests Sunday of Mr. E. L. Brooks i ' und family. Misses Georgia Trogdon and Nonle Bartlett wore guests Sunday of Miss Geneva Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Clnrence Bartlett ot. I East View, attendod church at Union Grove, Sunday. I Easy Terms Announced on Day of Sale! Competent auctioneers have been assigned to this Sale. Don't fail to hear them. DIXIE REALTY CO. Elizabethtpwn, Ky.' COL. H. P. ROGERS, Gen. Mgr. H. E. McCULLUM, Sales Director. e- 3s ZZ?5VWM Copyright. 1921 by McClui y Nispir Syndlcit children, It Is a curious fact thut the boo .stings only' once. Boy But isn't onco enough? Sydney Bulletin. Teacher Now,