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Subscription $1.50 per Ye&& HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922. NUMBER 44 Plan To Bring Miners And Owners Together To Be Out Soon. Washington, April 25 The govIs working on a plan looking to ending of tho coal strlko which It will submit soon to both oucrators nnd union leaders, It was said today tit tho Whlto House. Details of tho plan were not disclosed, but It was said that It does not Includo federal supervision of tho coal Industry. The plan which now Is receiving tho attention of President Harding ami his advisers was said to contemplate a permanent solution, If possible, of tho basic problems of tho industry. Presentation of tho plan, It was Indicated, would be made when a favorable opportunity presents Itself. Testifying before tho House Labor today on the Dland bill, Coinmltti-which proposes to create a federal coal Investigating agency, J. D. A. Morrow, vice prosldent of tho National Coal Association, declared It was "sheer nonsense to suppose that consumers pay more fdr coal because of overproduction." Tho existence of many tuoro mlnos than are needed normally to supply the country, Mr Morrow said, is "tho chief safeguard of tho consumer." Mr Morrow added that repeated investigation had proven tho supply of coal In tho United States "practically Inexhaustible" Wide tion of mines and ownership made it Impossible for monopoly or price control to exist in the country, he asserted. Mny Anuiige Sipurte Contract for Kentucky. Spilngfleld. 111., April 25. Negotiation of separate state wage agreements by striking coal miners in Kentucky and Tennessee was announced today by Frank Farrlngton, Illinois, president of tho United Mine Workers Separate wage agreements with locals In Illlnpls aro Imminent, ho ndded. In Alabama, he said, the state union officers have Instructed members to continue nt work. ernment April Madlsonvllle, Ky telephone message too day from Webb Ames, vice president of District No'. 23, United Mlno Workers of America, said that tho announcement made today by Frnnk Farrlngton In Springfield, 111., had no bearing on the Western Kentucky coal strike situation. Contracts, said Mr. Ames, with operators still have n year to run. There has been, ho added, of course, no suspension of work in Western Kentucky duo to suspension of work tho nation-wid- e in tho coal Industry. attributed to The announcement Mr. Farrlngton, ho said, as it applied to Kentucky might have meant that separate contracts were about to bo negotiated with union miners In the southeastern part of tho state. 10,000 Miner:. Working In Western 25. A long-dlstanc- Kentucky. Owensboro, Ky., April 25. Ac- to VIco President Webb Ames, of District 23, U. M. W. of America, which Is tho Western Kentucky field, 10,000 union miners are t work. SInco tho first of April, strlko was callwhen tho nation-wid- e ed, about 3.000 miners have been ndded to tho mlnos in Hopkins, Muhlenberg and Ohio counties. Mines that havo been idle for months aro resuming operations In this district on account of orders that are being received. Tho union miners were not called out In District 23, on account of tho contract with the oporators not expiring until April 1, 1923. cording --0- CENTERTOWN WALLOPS HARTFORD IX NINTH Centertown and Hartford mot day afternoon at tho lattor's Park It In the first game of tho season. was a pretty good fracas from tho Local's point of vlow, up to tho last act, they being In tho lend bv tho scoro of 6 to 4. In this inning the Centervllllans used' their bludgeons on the offerings ot "Bik" Rogers and bofore they could be squelched four regisscores were shoved over the tering pan and the gamo cozlly tuck- falred 'neath their belts. Only a field, Defrosla Rono and Sally Laura sized gathering of Fans were out for BISHOPS ATTEND CIRCUIT COURT Tfl Williams; Messrs. Virgil Crowe, Hul-be- rt DEATH AND LOSS IN the gamo, It being rather cool for tho Crwder, Arnold Likens, Luther occasion. On failure of dlenn to BOARD MEETING Turner, George DeBruler, Otis Ash-b- y, CONVENE MAY 1ST show-u- p TEXAS FLOOD'S WAKE at the start of the gamo Herbert Porter, William Alford Crowo went behind tho bat and did Davidson Barbour Williams and lit tho receiving during tho first act, tle Misses Lula D. Martin and Lois Glenn catching during tho remainShields Murder Charge Is Twenty At Conference Of iJnne nlley Fort Worth and Vicinity Get der of tho gamo with "Moot" Felix Set For Trial Monbouthern Methodist hurling the first three Innings who Record Breaking Iny MILS. EMMA PAULINE was replaced by Rogers. Drown, day, May 8th. Church undation. IIAUROUlt SUCCUMBS and Itcneer formed the toiling staff for Centertown. Mrs. Emma Pauline Barbour, aged on tho A fow things happened (Louisville Herald, April 2C.) Tho Ohio County Circuit Court will S3 years, died at the home of her grounds Sunday, tho llko of which St.' Lon Is, April 25. More than Twenty bishops from various parts daughter, Mrs. James H. Williams In regular session Monday, 3,500 persons are homeless and at should not be again permitted. Put, convene May the 1st. In a term devoted in tho of tho South and Southwest attended and Mr. Williams, Hartford, at G tho offenders off of tho grounds and least 1,500 homes In the Trinity of tho opening meeting yesterday morn- o'clock yesterday morning, April 26, Valley betw.een Arlington Heights, see that merited punishment Is glvon main to civil actions. Tho caso the Commonwealth vs. M. D. Shields ing of tho board of church extension of ailments Incident to her advanced and tho offenders. Fort Worth, Texas, are Inunon an indictment charging him with of the Southern' Methodist Church at nge. Sho was originally a Miss dated, according to advices receivof Watt Hanney near the headquarters of tho board at 1,- -j Moore, born and reared In Aberdeen, ed by the tho murder STEVENS MITCHELL Southwestern division of ago, has 115 South Fourth street. Cromwell, some months Mississippi. In early womanhood she tho American Red Cross hero toThe morning session was devoted was unted in marriage with Lieut, night. Miss Beatrice Stevens and Prof. boen set down for trial Monday, May to the preparation of their Episcopal ' c0l. Columbus Sykes of tho Confed-addreIsom Mitchell were married Satur- the 8th. Fort Worth, April 25. John J. to the quadrennial leglsla-!erat- e Summonses havo been served on Army. After tho death of Col. day afternoon nt 2 o'clock at the First - Sykes gue became the wife of Pollock McCain, Forth Worth city engineer. Baptist church, Rev- - W. C. Doonc, of- tho following list of citizens from tlve session of the Southern MethoIssued a statement tonight in. ' ficiating. Mrs. Mitchell Is a very at- which the Petit Jury Is to bo made-u- dlst Church, which will bo held at Barbour, a prominent citizen of which ho declared that tho levees nstll Brown, J. T. Westerfleld, Hot Springs, Ark., May 3. Louisville, who was a member of tho around tho rivers, tractive young woman, and Is a nelce which broke The bishops were entertained at Kentucky State Senate during tho hero early today of Pleasant W. II. Hamilton, Win. Boyd, U. S. of Mrs. Clint Stevens and flooded lowRidge, with whom she has made her Condlt, Fprest Hardin, Ira Norrls, luncheon by Bishop McMurray. They'per0j 0f ti10 iato jas- - D McCrcary's lands of this city, were "dynamithomo for the past year. Mr. and ,. L. Maddox, P. P. Coleman, L. C continued their work In the alter- - ftrst term as Governor. Mr. Barbour ed by unknown parties" and that Mrs. Jthea Murry were the only at- Porter, J. M. Coppage, S. V. Flow- - j noon ses- - Ion. The address, which is j,as ueen dead for a number of years. an Investigation by a grand- - Jury ers. Abilah Arnold, George Arm now under final review borore tne, Mrs. Barbour was a lovable and would be demanded immediately. tendants. Owensboro Messengen Mr. Mitchell resides In tho Bells strong, J. T. Barnard, D. M. Jones, college of bishops, was delivered by refine(i christian woman, a conscion-Blsho- p Fort Worth, Texas, April 25. James Adkins, of Nashville, ti0U3 nienrber of the Methodist Sixty-thre- e Ilun country, this county, and has C. W. Ranney, J. S. Ford, S. II. Eas- probably and dead many friends throughout the county. ton. W. II. Gillim, S. T. Daniel, J. .Tenn church. Her refnains will be borne property damage estimated at apThe regular meetings of the an-rt- 0 ner girlhood home, Aberdeen, proximately ?1, 000, 000 is the toll He recently purchased the building R. Mllburn, J. M. Westerfipld, James and stock of groceries etc., of Mr. W. Daniel, Joff Bell, W. H. Ralph, S. D. nual conference of the board of jliss., for Interment, leaving here this of a flood which swept Fort J. W. O'Dell, church extension will be held today afternoon, by accompanied O. Kirk at Pleasant Bldg'e, where ho Brltt, Elvis Smith, her. early today, carrying before lay and daughter, Mrs. Williams and her son, Worth with his bride, will make their home. W. L. Hooker, Vascoo Balrd, D. M. and tomorrow. Twenty-on- e it scores of residences and small, Park, J. B. Harrison, James Cook, V. clerical members from all parts of jIr George E. Sykes, of Atlanta, Ga., buildings, ovSrflowing hundreds o R. Ferguson, ,J. R. Cooper. Those 'the country will be in attendance in the latter Is expected to arrive here acres ot land and Inundating sov-er- al BOGUS BONDS FLOOD to the bishops. Jury service are Besides Mr. city streets. COUNTRY, IS CHARGE summoned infor petit 9 o'clock of the addition to finance the building of a 'early thisEon morning. first marriage, i Sy-ePlans j,y her Court at a to appear The estimate of possibly sixty-thr' first day of the term. There will not number of churches in educational and jirs james H. Williams, daugh- -' dead was made by Major L. Millions Put In Circulation Declares bo any grand Jury at thl3 term. centers, the cost of which may ex- - ter oy her latter marriage, the de- - G. White," in charge of Red Cross On Floor Of Johnson ? 1,500,000 will be taken up In 'ceased lady is also survived by Mrs. rollowlng is the docket ns now However, none of tho lorelief. House. up to ten tho meeting this morning. About 800 H w Hewitt, of Atlanta, Ga., like ranged, carrying tho Court cal undertaking establishments has applications for aid In building the wJso a daughter by the marriage to received a body. days: Washington, April 20. Represenpending, according to ' JIri parbour. churches are 1st D.I.V The flood was confined chiefly South tative Johnson, Republican, Commonwealth of Ky., vs. Floyd the Rev. Dr. S. H. C. Burgln, of adjoining the to the lowlands Dakota, declared In the House today Mldkiff. T.nntsvllle. secretary of the board. tributaries ot the Trinity river. investigation of tho Bureau of - WARNS AGAINST that Final action will be taken tomor2nd. Day. Marine, Sycamore, and the Trinity Engraving and Printing would show Brenard Mfg. Co., vs. Ohio Co. row on the quadrennial address, RED DISGUISES rivers were swollen, overflowing of millions of dollars Drug Co.; Mary E. Dellart vs. Wal- -, which will contain a review of the that hundreds the bottoms nearby. been In spurious certificates had ter Allen; N. P. Dennis vs. W. II. work of tho church for the past four Water stood threo feet deep In printed and put Into circulation. ques-- Bolshevistic Propaganda Spread By Assn., vs. years, a discussion of the great Maddox; Amorlcan Co-othe stock yards hero and was only Some of the duplicate- Liberty Apparently Harmless tlons before the church at the pres-AssMitchell &c; American Co-oa foot from the Livestock Exchange p. bonds Mr. Johnson declared, ran 100,-00- 0 Societies. vs. OUlo Huff &c ; American ent 'time. It will also includo building tonight. This water was exlehigher In numbers than those Assn., vs. J. G. Withers &c; ommendatlons as to the government pected to subside quickly, however. gally issued, and added that in one Assn., vs. John C. of the denomination, and In a American Co-oWashington, April 27. (Capital The flood is tho most severe in. In instance a negro ta.tlcab driver Assn., vs. eral way forecast the policies of tho News Service). Brigadier General American the history of the city, according to Washington, he was Informed, was general conference. II. II. Westerfleld; American Co-oAmos Fries, chief of the division of old time residents. Trinity river one thousand found with thirty-on- e A number of the bishops will leave chemical warfare, U. S. Army, Mason Assn, vs. W. D. Kirk; American Co-- I stood at 36.7 feet at noon and wa3 spurious bonds In his posses- op. dollar Assn., vs. I. H. Coppage; Ameri- - today, the rest remaining for the and patriot, warns Americans of the still rising. The gauge measured sion. Co-oAssn., vs. W. A. Webster, nal meeting of tho board of church dangers lurking in apparently Inno- only seven feet yesterday. With the Asserting that tho credit of the ' extension tomorrow. 3rd Day cent clubs and societies, ths very break of the East First street levea co'untry should not bo damaged by T nnUvlltr. firncprv Co. VS. Ensler members of which are unaware of the late today, it was believed the wa't'er reckless statements in Congress, Rep- Raymer &c; Lon Beller,, vs. P. S. MISS LUCIIiE DARRETT sinister purposes behind their organi- - on being released would spread out, resentative Wlngo, Democrat, Arkan- Coleman &c; National Fire Ins. Co., vntlrin .im.I M,o wnv In rnli thpv nrp losing some of Its force. sas, declared that "when Secretary vs. Miss Lucilo Barrett, aged 27 ycarj used for the spreadlng ot .red .pro. Cicero Rogers &c. Coming on the heels ot the headuplication I canMellon denied any 10 months and 4 days, daughter of 1th Day viest rain in the history of Fort Lycurgus not 'and will not believe ho uttered a T. W. Wallace, vs. Amr. Ry. Exp. Mrs. Filura Barrett and In an address before a Congress of Worth, and a wind and electric storm, .' oLrim . falsehood." r.iinsfnrcl vs. Georco Barrett deceased, and a sister of Ly- - Parent-TeachAssociations General the flood took scores of people by surMr. Wlngo said Mr. Mellon would Klrkwood &c; J. L. LeGrand vs. Har- - man G. Barrett, Managing Editor ot pfeg prise. The lowlands adjoining Syca- wrongdoing at'tho not have denied the Hartford Herald, died at tho today m'ore creeK were tne ones to suuer, old Holbrook &c. "There are organizations bureau unless ho know of his own home of her mother at Barrett's dubg(( and at onu no was staudlv level 5th Day knowledge thafnone existed. Walter Campbell vs. C. P. Turn- - tj, Satur day atter"00"vo2-n4Jre- ; , men's clubs, fraternal, religious, la-- s I with the roefs of residences. Representative Johnson's When the vs. H. E. Mllll- - tetanus com- to tho atten- er &c; J. W. Foster - bor and other bodies to teach Word reaching hero tonight from.' penestatements were called gan &c; M. M. Smith &c; vs. Joyce celved to one of her feet by the i.iilnt ilnnirlnao A niimllDt flTD "l?- points north of Fort Worth Indicate tion of officials at the treasury Secretratlon ot a rusty nail, on AprL the Co. guiso of orgnUa. that a further rise of the water is exstatement deny- Watkins tary Mellon's recent 11th or ten days prior to her death 7th Dtiy on aman.enU pected. Rescue workers are laboring reports of widespread circulation type, Miss Barrett was a sple nd.d Commonwealth ot Ky., vs. M. D. Qf They flo ing tirelessly in bringing relief to (of counterfeit Government currency of young womanhood. Shields. not oriI,narily admlt that they aim flood sufferers and attempting to and securities was reiterated. C 1st an follower and exemplar of 8th Day and th& destructlon ot rescue the flood stricken. . - ul Mr. Mellon, it was said, had gono Guenther Hardware Co., vs. J. M. faith. She was a member and offlgovernment, Fort Worth Is spending a night into the reports of counterfeited Gov- Hoover; Same, C. W. Hoover. ot cer of the Dundee Chapter Order General Fries quoted from a le ter in darkness and no drinking water ernment paper being In circulation Star and possessed a the Eastern Oth Day from a woman official ot an organlza- - has been available since early mornon a large scale and was convinced W. E. Hicks, Admr. vs. Loyal Pro. wide clrdlo of admiring friends. in which ing. reports were groundless. 'that such in addition to her mother and tion for world disarmament Ins. Co.; Louannn Rowan &c., vs. With the city facing, a night ot The report of tho special committee one' sis- - she states: "I have no confidence In Bur- brother she is survived by Mellon to Beaver Dam Coal Co.; Robert appointed by Socretary .anything short of revolution. peace-Funer- darkness 500 members of tho Amter, Miss Mattle Bonner Barret. den vs. Ohio Co. M. Tel. Co. possible, bloody If erican Legion were patrollng tho make an Inventory of tho stock of tho service was conducted ful by all means It 10th Day necessary. In every land, resulting In streets, augmenting the police force Engraving and Printing Bureau of & N. R. R. from the family residence by the Rev. A. M. Fo &c, vs. L. ot the. communist which" was working full tlmo In the probnbly will be submitted Monday, Kissinger, vs. George W. Mason Wilcox at 2 o'clock In tho at- - the establishment do away with flooded areas. Communication was Officials asserted that Co.; 0. D. It was said. tornoon of Sunday. The remains Idea.ln some form, to Allen; Fred Rafferty, vs. Beaver Dam crippled and transportation was suswhllo It was too soon to say what burying war." were deposited in the family Co. whllo th s woman Is pended partly. of slight discrepancies Coal Isolated casos grounds adjacent to tho home with) "Note that dlsarmamen . might bo discovered the investigation ceremonies conducted by the Dundee talking about world THE CLEAN-U- P WEEK 'bloody revolution It no indications of so far has disclosed by tho she advocates INSURANCE FIELD Chapter, O. E. S.. assisted necessary to pui nur tumiuuuiom .. countorfeiltng or other Irregularities Pleasant Grovo Chapter. force," said General Fries. on a large scale. Gov. Morrow, in conjunction with . ...... Hon. Isaac S. Mason of Hartford, I., iknt -- "TMM wuo wmii i II. tho Stato Board of Health, has set who, prior to his election toHho Gen- SENIOR PLAY WAS I'OUNTIAN DECIDED SUCCESS stylo shoulU woric tor comiiiuii.au.. asldo a week beginning April 30th IX GOOD POSITION eral Assembly In 1920, had been with he continued, "but those who desire to May Cth. to clean house all over tho Now England Mutual Llfo InThoVpiay "Much Ado About Bet- - to live as Americans should fight ov-tyears ho Stato. The Ohio County Board to Elbert Charlet, son of Mr. and Mrs. surance Company for sovcraL Superglvon by tho Senior Class ot tho ery organization that tends of Health has arranged ' with tho has accepted tho position of forL. E. Charltt, of Llvermore, but county and town officials to havo High School at tho Audi- - stroy the family and to make Company merly of Lower Hefllu, who has been visor of Agencies with that Thursday (press night) ot mon property ot everything in the teams ready to haul off all undesirand assumed his duties Monday of In the.e:nployo of the Nashville including human beings them-ment- able rubbish and In that way cooperlast week, has been highly compll-- i world, Tenneseeonn during the past two and the present week. crit- - selves. by the best and "worst" ate with every citizen to do a thorMr. Mnaon's past experience and years, was recently promotone-ha- lf "We all learn to speak glibly of ough spring cleaning on his prothroughout the Ics, conclusive evidence that tho stu- bolshevlsts. ed to the position of Treasurer. Tho wide acquaintance mises. All we ask Is that you pllo did their turns In a most credi- - communists, anarchists, position is ono of responsibility and State serves to mako him a valuable dents They are all the same. your refuse in front ot your lot and securing his table manner and also a tribute to and Soviets. asset to tho Company cairles with it a nice salary. They all tiavo ineir uiiiiuuiu .. ."" we will see that it is hauled oft and Hull,. Ttti.itMi'naa IVflaa Mnlann. Wo congratulate Young Charlet on Strvlcea, and to mako disposed ot. Privies, stables, chick. The music furnished by the local destruction ot the homo his successful advancement In the was everything In tho world common- en houses, hog pens, etc., should bo and newly organized orchestra of ono of tho South's Big Dallies DWARF CANE WITH If you des roy tho Ineen- thoroughly renovated. I property. Wo kindly WI I E AT-L- I K E II E ADS an added and enjoyable feature. clvlll- played to tlve to work and build a home ask tho assistance ot tho Parent-TeachA capacity house was WOMAN INVADKS win ran. Association., Civic Clubs and Mr. N. M. (Jnck) Russell of upper and from a financial standpoint the zatlon OFFICIAL ILLINOIS . any other organizations Interested in vory gratifyHeflin, brought to this office a few staging ot the play was I1ASB BALL! this movement. stalks of cane of a ing. Mrs. E. W. Bemis, formerly of Now dayB aRo, Cordially,, who Following is a list of those lwarf variety bearing heads similar York, has been elected county comOhio County Board ot Health, Morgantown vs. Hartford Sunday, wore in bloom had a part in tho play: Misses Bescounty, Illinois, missioner for Cook i whont. The heads Judgo R. R. WEDDING, Pres. This a "$3,600,000,000 corporation." She at the tlmo and tho blossoms were sie Clark, Myrtle Carter, Helen Bar- April 30, at East End Park. Dr. E. B. PENDLETON.'Secy. very much like those ot wheat. nett, Geneva Travis, Loreno Wester- - will be a good game. Don t miss It. also is an export financier. Ev-crl, ss p: ee j I p. J E. -n.. p. gen-Seato- n; Co-o- p. p. fl-c- an p. ""' er i.er-,wor- k( -- 1- " ! al ... ...... EX-OHI- y" com-torlu- ed of-fi- er V ,,m.,m 1ITV FOR PRISON REFORM Systom handled 113.4 per cent moro (might and 43 per cent moro passengers than In 1911. In tho road service of tho Illinois Central System a passenger has not been fatally Injured In moro than four years. Only one passenger has entlro boon fatally injured In the history of tho Chicago suburban service of tho Illinois Central, which was established in 1S56. The number of fatalities on ail railroads In 1920 was 33.1 per cent loss than In 1911 and was tho smnllcst In years, although 1920 was twenty-tw- o a record year of heavy traffic, which required the operation of moro trains. Trespassing and automobllo grade crossing accidents are the most proIn lific causes of railway fatalities. 1920 2,166 trespassers and 1,273 occupants of automobile, or nearly one-haof the total number, were fatally Injured on tho railroads. Moro persons are fatally injured by falls, automobiles and burns than on tho lf LOW GIRTH RATE .ALARMS FRANCE HI Success At Atlanta Moves Attorney General To Seek Others. Ily W. H. Atkins. Washington, April 22. Attorney General llnrry M. Daugherty has a lot of hobbles. He likes to drag away on a rusty-lookillpo. He's a pretty fair flshcrnvnn. He turns a wicked tenor In an Impromptu barber shop quarter. When not engrossed with official cares ho enjoys a card game, a horse race, a billiard game, or any one-- of forty other varieties of g. ng Government Expresses Fear Country May Be Forgotten. Paris, April 22. Figures published recently showed that tho population of Franco Is yearly diminishAn acing In alarming proportions. that companying report suggested tho government tako nil measures necessary to put a stop to such a state of affairs lest "Franco Join tho ranks of so many other nations which one time were great, but which today exist only In memories." Before any measures could even be considered French mothers nnd fathers came forward to provo how hard It is to have children when tho high cost of living, high taxation and ridiculous regulations made by landlords refusing to allow children In flats they own still exist. Others point out that the government promises aid after the birth of the fifth child, but that when such help Is bureaucrats due grouchy bachelor rovel in "considering the case" tor several months. Even then the aid given would not keep a youngster going three months. Tho following arc typical oxamples of letters received by the authorities from mothers and fathers nnd express their views on repopulatlon nnd depopulation: "You want French women to have moro children," writes a mother, "but you laugh at those with large families. You want children, but what do you do to protect, save and safeguard them? Of what use ar You can speeches, laws and medals? not create life with them. It is with air, bread and security that you can create pure and healthy children." : A young married couple vriie.-"Wo have no home. Wo 'can not find a flat. Do away with the house We live In ono room, shortage. not belong to us. How which does can we have children?" A father wants to know why the presence of two or three children Is an excuse for a landlord to refuse to rent his flat? "Why shouldn't a good citizen who crates soldiers for his country's army and daughters to perpetuate the race have preference over a single person? I have five sons, and I have flat. My to live In a four-roobachelor, has one oi six neighbor, a rooms. I fought in the war; he did not. If a war breaks out in me next f0ll-- voara mv sons will have to ngni re and my bachelor neighbor will main at home." m club known as the Baltimoreon for playing baseball Sundays. Tho caso was lost before tho lower court, nnd upon appeal, tho Lord's Day Alllanco then carried It to the Statu court of appeals; nnd on January 25, tho court handed down Its decision favoring tho proponents of Sunday baseball. It sustained tho lower court which had refused to Issue a mandamus compelling Pollco Commissioner Galthor, of Baltimore, to enforce Sunday observance laws which prohibit professional baseball on Sundays. In Maryland tho Jury Is the Interpreter of tho law as well as of the facts In the case, nnd In that State no Jury has yet been found that has sustained tho Sunday blue laws agaltwt amuse.-ment- s. Tho Lord's Day Alliance has met Its Waterloo in Maryland. What Its next move will be remains to be seen. Inter--nntlonn- r SEALED AIR-TIGHT, mfa His real hobby, tho, Is making railroad. good nun out of had ones. It's not a Hallway men are constantly trainnov hobby for him. He's been doing ed In the Importance of safety, and It for years. Taking tho helm as the good showing Is made possible head of the justice department, and by their Increased efforts, the presiIn legal the President's dent of the Illinois Central System problems, Mr. Daugherty Jumped In- says. to n neld of activity genuinely to his liking. Possessing "human" qualiHow Is Your Complexion? ties in n rare degree, the attorney seaoral within one year has extended A woman should grow moro beauhis humauness Into the dark.rccesses tiful as sho grows older and sho wilt of the Federal prisons. with duo regard to baths, diet and .. ,. kceDnE ner liver and Within the federal penltentinrle3 . . ,vorkimr or,ier. n Mr. Daughorty has Introduced moral advantages calcu- anil educational haggard and yellow, youri .. . . - i ..,t "." " " laiou io mane re.u iu-- - nut rf tlin 'oyes losing their lustro and wiutcs so that when their terms com,ng yen0WIsh, your flesh flabby, nd they may go Into different fields u may bc dU(J to lntligCSt0n or to a of activity and again become useful 8lllgg,8h Hver chamberlain's m free from the temptation lots correct these disorders. repeat their old and dangerous ways. rlght-ibower ; .., ....! Tab-oitizo- J Hllti-rates- , At the three penitentiaries main- -' lalnwl by the government at Atlanta, WARSHIP QUICKLY Leavenworth and McNeill Island, Cal. LANDS BIG CANNON IMr. Daugherty has seen remarkable results from the operation of prison Ills Field Piece Lowered On Platschools. In Atlanta prison over juu Supported lly Fast . Guantanamo Day, Cuba, April 22. Anchored In Guantanamo Bay, tives. the naval station, the U. S. S. Good, Prisoners Make successfully low- Moru than 1,000 prisoners were battleship Florida were ered from her decks and landed on earnings paniled. and their gun on a a aboat $1,000,000. The attorney gen- - the beachmount and tractors, massive cral gave that number another The big field piece, completely set chance to make good, and they- aro up and In readiness for action when they making good. Besides, trilmtlng their share to the country's it reached land, was swung over tho productive output production that side to a platform built on two large pontoon that wonld be lost If they remained in pri- - motor boats, making a j would, with its own power, carry tho This was followed by enter- - gun to shore. The success of industrial field tho landing of two seventy-fiv- e prises at Atlanta, so conducted that Is profit both for tho govern- - pieces and tractor tracks for there a landing and for the prisoners them- - ' munition and the train of a bonus basis, according to party. selves on was done with great The their output, had led Attorney Gen- - dispatchaction without a hitch and all and Daugherty to urge Congress to eral an acci-tlo- n pass a bffl authorizing the lnstalla- - equipment landed without These guns and tractors are of similar industrial features in dent. of the Mc- - a part of the equipment the prisons at Leavenworth and h'ance base of the Marine Corps. The Island. at guns are now at the marines' post A cotton duck mill operated brought a net profit of tho Guantanamo station, where Atlanta prison by a detachment to the government of $185,000 and 'they are manned arrived from prlsonera in bonuses which has recently arned for tho output, Quantico, Va. Tho men are to ba of two cents a yard on their gun and especially about $45,000. About 550 prisoners drilled with tho prison with a view to its use for landing arc employed In tho Atlanta in the cotton mill. The product is not sold 'parties, 'as was demonstrated of handling by the Florida. In open market, but is disposed This special practice of tho martns to Rovemment departments needing is being directed by Lieut. Col. Rlchsuch ard M. Cutts, U. S M. C, and wil Pernicious. training schedule of of industrial methods and'bo a part of tho otJer measures to establish prison , the Atlantic fleet which is hero with Admiral commander-in-chie- f. re- - its rrform the attorney general said flag-monow 645 Hilary P. Jones. U. S. N.. on the cemihat. altho tboro are Inmates at the three prisons ship Columbia. named, the expenses of operating 'them will bo about $70,000 ueiow IMMIGRATION 1UKIUBK ,,rmn nnnronrlated by Congress Mr. Daugherty's opinion Is that Wnshlneton. April 22. A serious idleness is dangerous both to the idle in the irovernment's bar and to society. niralnsst the smuggling of lm- rio -- , threat. ; "Idleness is pernicious," he saiti, , ; ; cqu " "" pwnlclous uotii raoruuj -- u according t S. nato Lodge. to all men. especially to prta- - cning Lor If men In prison are to again Republican leader of the Senae' 400 Lodge warned tte bjtw.cn of usefulness In society It Ii constructive labor and 700 members of the that is - migration Service woul bo s P nd- -' Sed them during their con,e led between now and July l uue to to are-conam-me- nt ad-Tie- ill some native and some for-lg- n born, after a few months' study were aide last Christmas to write Intelligent letters to friends and rela- form Motor Bouts. According to tho Kansas City Jewish Chronicle of January 6, Poland has granted religious freedom to the Jows, and no longer requires them to observe Sunday. Tho Chronicle printed the following dispatch from Warsaw: "Tho first measure of partial relief In the compulsory Sunday-closin- g law, has been obtained for Jewish shopkeepers and workers, following protracted negotiations on the part of tho Jewish communal workers, deputies and representatives of the government. The new arrangement enables Jewish bakers who close on the Sabbath to keep their place of business open on Sundays and Christian holidays. Heretofore, they were compelled to be idle two days of each and week, in addition to Jewish Is Christian holidays. Permission now sought for Jewish laborers who observe the Sabbath, to work on holidays. Sunday and "Catholics who observe their specific holidays, are also permitted under this new arrangement to keep holidays." open on Liberty. non-Jewiic HlW. XVisiiiiiiiiiiii "'EssiiHiisiiiiiissiiiiiiiiiftsS ZMs mm) i ? Gunrantccd by u l4ylCtstA .l (SO lMCOMlMATU B $100 The readers of tliii napur will bt pleased to learn that there 13 at least one dreaded disease that science luj been able to cure In r'l its stages and that is catarrh. CuUtrU belne creatly conditions lnlltiencei by constitutional requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Medicine Is taken internally and Catarrh acts thru the niood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative power or Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials Address F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. TSc. USKLKSS COAXIXG Reward, S100 Where taxicabs dodged in and out, Whero mad men pushed the women back, Where high walls shut the sunlight Chamberlain's Cough ltcmcdy. wy.a out, He- - sighed, alas, and said "Alack!" Remedy use of Chamberlain's Cough uy has been gratefully acknowieugeu BenJamn F. Blakeney. many. Mrs. Decatur, 111., writes, "Chamberlain's cough Remedy is by far the best medicine for colds and coughs we have I gave It QvDr nqpd in our family. croup to my children when small for " It myself. and have taken -- t benefit derived from the "Give me i the open fields," he sang, The clear brook leaping gladly down, Far from the smudge and roar and clang And warfare of the Godless town! XOTK AXI COMMENT "Give me the songs of wren and lark, Tho draught dipped from the limpid spring, Where no unyielding money shark Would grab my clothes and every- JUs Intn , A Rniiilnv Dill """ "Give mo the Joyful open space, m,o xrniv York State Legislature on The fragrance in each breeze was .. .l.,,l nuuuuwu thing. that re J -- ..,. - ',' blows, law. Tho measure was j Exemption from the killing pace, drafted by the Lord's uay Alliance ul The springtime cawing ot the crows. v... vnrk stnte. Under Its provi sions, owners of property in which "Give me the charm of country lanes, pictures are exiumieu on auuuoy. - Where clover lures the honey beo, tho mnnacement of the thea- Instead of toll for paltry gains ...ii ter. would be held responsible for the Where no one has a nod for mo. violation of the law. Mr. Davey. the d counsel for the Lord's Day Alliance. "Give me the scent of . ,.n,i iimt tlinv would r'o fa- - i UllliUUl-earth. vor legislation . whicn wouiu prouiuii. The glad bleat of tho watchful dam. . . ..1 l.nnbntlinll the playing ot tooiuau aim Where dally I may prove my worth, on Sundays. And men will notice who I am." tlon-plcture fresh-plowe- January 24. to repeal the Sunday mo- -, "" m Zl jiaoUy." Louisville -4- Heiald. seriOUB ,,, lliauur, nuub lpn,, tn ' crcat d-- al of Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A S T o u; --- - HAIMIOM) FATAMTIKS r smuggling. "It will moan tho furloughlng of from 400 to 700 men, because thero will bo no money to pay their salaries until July 1, when tho appropriations for tho next fiscal year become in- - Lodgo estimated that "10,000 on tho Illinois Central Systom ucit and unlawful Immigrants" will twenty- - be admitted boforo tho immigration 5n W'iil was tho smallest In according to a recent crvlco can restore Its barriers to our Tears, C. II. j normal conditions. tattiiuotit from Presldont u seems to mo to bo extravagance of that road. Tho number iMarTrtiam iniinps in 1920 was a reduction 0f tho worst kind to break up a f of 3U.7 Tier cent ns compared with service which at the best is under311, although tho Illinois Central manned." Thg numbor of persons fatally 'available. Another bill has been Introduced Into the New York Stat Legislature, Busiknown as the Dickstein Sunday to exemption ness Bill, granting who observe another day than those Sunday as holy time. The Lord's Day Alliance Is bitterly opposing the passage of this measure, since It begen-orlieves, as Dr. H. L. Bowlby (Its says, that nil should secretary) be compelled to observe Sunday and that the Jew should be required "to attend his synagogue on tho same Mr. day we attend our churches." Bowlby claims that such a course would not be an lnflngement ot uo rights of religious liberty, but simply the enforcement of. tho law. Upon the force of this Idontlcal logic, tho Jews crucified Christ, and Nero burned the Christians at the stake. y "Wo have a law," said they, "whore-bthese people ought to die, If they rofuso to yield to our authority." All the persecutor wants, Is a drastic law 'to sustain his bloody tenets. al They called him whero the fields woro wide And streams were clear and hands were fow; "Como on," Uioy begged, "and we'll provide A steady Job out hero for you." He who had found that city llfo Was Irksome sadly shook his head; "I can not go, because my wife Would die of lonlless," he- said. - was able to pierce the body of th.i devilfish and at last, with man and monster still struggling desperately, McCray was drawn to tho surface by II his assistant and other men called to IS HI ! help. While Richard Burnett, a dock WITH RESULTS watchman, flood by with drawn pisto shoot because the divt tols unable er and devilfish woro so completely tangled, others attacked with what Ten Years of Suffering From weapons there woro at hand and L hold Stomach Trouble Ended: nntly the devilfish released Itswaur and disappeared beneath the In Thirty Days, Declares The devilfish was one of the largMassillion Woman. Gives est ever seen lu these waters and was the first, McCray said that ouv Tanlac Full Credit. attacked him. McCray, who suffered chiefly from exhaustion, was prepured to resume "I can say for Tanlac it relieved diving today. me in Just a mouth's time of troubles that made my life miserable for ten A prudent mother Is always on tho years," said Mrs. Fannlo Mackey, watch for symptoms of worms In her 202 Chestnut St., Massillion, Ohio. children. Paleness, lack of hit st "During all these years I had no In play, and peevishness Is the appetite and everything I ate hurt A for White's Cream Vermifuge me. Often after eating I had a burn- few doses of this excellent remely ing sensation like fire In my sto- puts an eil to tho worms nnd tho deathly child soon acts naturally. Price 30 mach and was sometimes sick. My liver was sluggish, I was cents per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counalways needing laxatives and I felt ty Drug Co. m miserable all the time. It seems hard to belleve that any medicine 'HKNCII ItKDS' PAUADE could do as much as Tanlac has dono IS SKT FOR MAT DAV for me. "I have Just finished my third botParis, April 22. French revolutle now and my stomach trouble Is tionists and communists will again all gone and I am able to eat things manifest on May 1 French Labor I Day I hadn't dared touch for years. this year. Again they have desleep better and feel better than I cided to parade tho streets of Paris ever expected to again and I am Just waving red flngs and singing revoludelighted with the results I have ob- tionary songs. Their war cries thU tained from Tanlac." ear will bo complete disarmament Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. and no change .in tho eight-hoday L. B. Bean and by all leading drugIt la expected that the government gists everywhere. will tako the usual preventive measures and break up any attempt to OXK XKiHT'S DANCING parade down tho main streets of thu WALK city. Already It has been decided KQUAIoS that wire gratings surrounding trees Philadelphia, April 22. WiH will be taken up and that numerous "hiker," troops will gather In and around tho on, tho famous has nothing on tho modern flapper, city. Itevolutlonlsts In provlou according to Dr. Karl Hclustadt, not- years used tho gratlngo to mob tho ed Swiss physician, who Is stopping pollco. But only slight disturbance! here. are expected on account of the greatcovers a ly reduced ranks of the communists "Tho averago mile and a quarter every twenty In the last year. minutes." D- -. Helnstadt says. "Tho waltz, being u.uch slower, covers only WALTKlt TL'XTLE half that. Tho young woman who dances from 10 p. m. to t a. m with halt an hour for midnight lunch, energy equivalent to that required for a walk of thirty miles." MACKEY Hill M 'g-n- al .- ur long-distan- fox-trott- ds Farmers and others who live at a distance from a drug store should keep In the hotiso a bottlo ot Ballard's It may bo needed Snow Liniment. at any tlmo for cuts, wounds, sores, sprains or rheumatism. It is a powerful healing and penetrating remedy. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m "My plan she answors with reproof, DIVKIl W1XS BOUT WITH DEVILFISH Preferring always, I regret, To hang her washing on the roof Taconia, Wash., April 22, BatAbove our rooms and kitchenette." tling for his llfo fifty feet beneath S. S. K1SKR, lu Louisville Herald. the surface of Puget Sound, Walter Surgeons agree that In cases ol McCray, a diver, known In mnrlin itits, burns, bruises and wounds, the circles from Alaska to California, first treatment Is most Important. camo out victorious hero yesterday over a giant devilfish. When an efficient antiseptic Is Tho monster wound Its tentacles promptly, there is no danger ol Infection and tho wound begins to so tlghthly about McCray that tho heal at once. For use on man or diver was unable to reach tho knifo When ono beast, Borozono Is tho ideal antisep- he carries for protection. tic and healing agent. Buy it now tentacle threatened to cut off tho air Loses Case. Lord' Day AUIunco The Lord's Day Alllanco of Mary- and be ready for an emorgoncy. supply, McCray, thru tho submarlno land lost Its late case against the Price 30c, COc, and $1.20. Sold by telephono, called for a short steel ta working bar. With this weapon ho manager, Jack Dunn, of the basoball Ohio County Drug Co. rp-pile- d t Strength and Vitality Follow This Advice WallburR, N. O. "I wish to say that I find Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery nnd Fnvorito Prescription tho best tonics on tho market. "My wifo says she would bo dead had she not taken Favorite. Prescription. Ono bottlo always puts her straight when she gets weak and rundown. I took n bottlo of Golden Medical Discovery nnd tho result was a gain of ono and one-hapounds in weight. It'a lino to tone up tho systom, better I think, than cod liver oil."- -J. Walter Tuttlo. Obtain D. Pierco's Remedies now from your druggist. You will soon feel their benelicial effect. Write Dr. Pierce's Clinio In Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advice, lf -- ' 4 MMM HI m H one-eleve- n cigarettes Th over their arrlral in November, 1918 BANKS URGED TO Birmingham News And so tho CURB GAMESTERS earth Is losing speed. Well, that sounds hopeful. CrlsdliiRrr Wnrns ARiilnst .Speculation As National Prosperity e. Perhaps ot It Is on tho M Ss'et Contents 15Tluid Drachm 1 1 nvi c Tlircc Friendly Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA DURLEY Hetiitns. Norfolk Virginian-PilUsually, tho half that has not been told la tho ; In a nciv package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-boo- k The same unmatched blend of irv Gainesville, Ha., April 22. A KIrksvlllo Express When folks warning against n growing tendency get to talking to, Instead of about, toward speculation throughout the each other, you can always expect a country ns business conditions im- better community. prove, was sounded hero today by Mnrlon Star Thcro Is one thing to Controller of tho Currency D. R. Crlsslnger In an address beforo the Florida Bankers Association. He urged tho bankers to advise their clients toward sound Investments and to use their influence "to prevent schemes." Recent reductions In Interest rates, Mr. Crlsslnger declared, havo been too genernlly regarded by the speculative public as a sfen of easy profits in sight when at the present time It Importance was of supremo that money and credit would bo available to sustain renewed business activity. Warns of Ovcrconfldcncc. "The present," ho said, "Is a most appropriate time for bankers to admonish their clients against in speculative investments. The world needs a restoration of opportunity to produce and consume things needed for human progress and bankers should keep in mind that the first call for liquid capital must be made In behalf of tho farmer, the manufacturer, tho exporter and, In general, tho Industrial and commercial community. It is equally Important that banks be kept from themselves by too liberal accommodations to speculative cliht ce over-extendi- betterhalf. Sla k I CASTOR!" For Infants nnd Children. FIFTEEN-- Turkish. Virginia Guaranteed by and BuRLEYTobaccos be said for the movie people; you never hear them complaining that they nre forced to exist on a starvation wage. Providence Journal "Can Russia come back?" asks a contemporary. Not unless her best citizens come forward. Columbia Record We used to complain that our government was too remote, but the tax system has brought It Into close touch with us. LIGHTNING RUGS SUPPLIED LIGHT PROM RADIO, BELIEF Peoria, 111., mm I"1 n"ALCOHOL-f :' ,' Ti. m Mothers Know That Genuine Castor! Always llntjUicStomachsandBorelsor Bears the HiorProffloiinGDiScstion. Signature r.hoprf,itnpssandRestCofllauis neither Op.um.Morphtocnor i of Iincral.NoTvncoTic( AVcvclablcIVcpamtionrorAs-I'similnliniSuicroodbyRcilula-I 3 TEH CENT. w JUhUtSaU Senna April 21. ILLINOIS G. 0. P. BUHY'S HATCHET Praise Harding, Adopt Platform and Cheer Each Other. a glass topped table, "One night everything wau working perfectly when suddenly our tubes began to act qucerly. By tho flickering light of tho candlo wo finally located 'Mr, Cockroach hitting In tho space botween tho receiving and transmitting apparatus Wo removed him and to our surprise tho apparatus became normal. This led us to believe ho was capable of making electric power." tery of what makes the lightning bug light lias been solved and the answer : uva The mysn.nKrdSamr hatrryrrrnninf A rv M m J(v Al' In USB Sprlngflold, 111., April 21. Illinois VOLUNTARY SUNDAY CLOSING Republicans today burled tho party Here Is a movement of Sunday closhatchet long enough to get together In a harmony convention which last- ing which we can favor and which we minutes. ' ed fifty-tw- o commend. The Scholtz Mutual Drug They cheered each other Impartial- Company, of Los Angeles (Calif.) of ly, seated all contesting delegates, Its own violation decided to close all adopted a platform that avoids any Its drug stores on Sunday. There factional Issues and staged a friendly Is all tire difference In the world between a voluntary act and a compul-- 1 demonstration or two. forces seated sory law relative to religious observThe Mayor William Hale Thompson's ances. This is the point on which contesting delegation from Chicago, we differ with those religionists who with bnlf a vote per man; avoided favor compulsory Sabbath or Sunday any censure of Governor Small, and observance. We believe strictly in They the observance of the Sabbath and any prnl9 of his opponents. also obtained the temporary chair- all other religious obligations that manship and made their fair half of are binding upon the conscience of the motions planned by the steering the Christian we do; not believe that any purely religious act which one committee. Crowe owes exclusively to God is a subject The McCormick-Brundagforces stated their Chicago delega- I for civil law enforcement, but that It tion likewise with a half vote per . should remain altogether a voluntary Liberty. man; avoided any laudation of Gov- service to God. Small-Thompse- i for government purposes; views with confidence the signs manifest of better agricultural prices, dlmunltlon of unemployment, better business and all the happy results of a wise-- program of domestic legislation, the natural result of the people's confidence in a Republican administration." lloniis Plan Indorsed. the Tho platform also Indorsed plan, now before Congress; bonus congratulated the country on being out of tho League of Nations, and expressed "unalterable opposition", to participation on any commissions created under the covenant of tho league or the Versailles treaty. The platform concludes with a resolution prepared by Senator McCormlck and McKinley indorsing the Great and I,akes-S- t. Lawrenco waterway urging tho President to entor negotiations with Canada Immediately with a view of starting this work. When Governor Small and Mayor Thompson appeared beforo the convention thoy were given ns enthusiastic demonstraMction as that accorded to Senators and McKinley and Attorney Cormlck General Brundage. . ?. . ernor Small's administration; conferred the permanent chairmanship STATE TROOPS TO LEAVE NEWPORT on United States Senator William B. McKinley, and made the other half Frankfort, Ky April 21. of tho steering committee's motion. National Guard troops which t I'ralio Administration. praised have been on strike duty In Newport The platform adopted probably will be President Harding's administration for several months .. . ., .... ... . withdrawn wunin me nexi iew uay, for providing agricultural credits; controlling grain exchanges and the possibly on Monday of next week, it 'ivno lonrnml hprp tndav. Governor packing Industry; relieving shippers Mor- oppressive railroad rates; get Morrow and Adjt. Gen. Jackson from expenditures ns uoiil were uui ui wii; wij, muhdicm e ting back to comment on i I I I I , . I Is radio, according to Hamilton Bailey, wireless operator on the S. S. S. Blackhawk, flagship of the North Sea mine sweeping fleet during tiie World War. Lightning bugs, Bailey says, are equipped with miniature audlon bulbs and possesses a low radio frequency and a short wave length. Radio waves generated by parent lightning apbugs equipped with broad-castin- g paratus cause the lightning-lik- e flashes, he asserts. Each bug Is equipped with Its own ents." Mr. Crlsslnger declared that he was antennae the long feelers or whisglad to bring to the South a real mes- kers serving as the aerial, according sage of assurance' that the country to Bailey. The theory is the subject was indeed around the curve and of experiments by the Peoria Radio moving steadily and surely forward Club, according to Ernest Stidhnm, on the road to more prosperous con- president of the club and Investigaditions. tions will likewise be made at Brad-l- y College here. Business Outlook Brighter. "The business outlook for the "is COURT CITES HEAD whole country," he continued, OP STATE HOSPITAL brighter and more encouraging than It has been for the last two years. Frankfort, Ky., April 21. Dr. F. Wo are well rid of business and Infreight, and In a position to G. Larue, superintendent of the East dustrial go forward on sound and substantial ern State Hospital at Lexington, tolines. We are ready to start, to.be day was cited by Judge Robert L. Stout for contempt of court In connecoff, to be doing. industry, agriculture tion with the case of Alexander Ju"Business, and commerce need only the awaken- lian, who recently wos declared Ining of American pluck, courage and sane. Julian was taken to the hospital yesterday by an attendant from initiative to insure the that place. of prosperity. The citation is made returnable "The banks which come under my supervision, in the main, are In con- Monday, April. 24. The action against Dr. Larue was dition and prepared to face every productive enterprise, but should brought as a result of an affidavit by have nothing for speculative adven- Ambrose McDonald, a deputy, statture. There has been wonderful Im- ing an alleged conversation with Dr. provement In banking and financial Larue .in regard to the case. It is circles; money Is easy and cheap, and alleged that Dr. Larue, when notified as in the past the banks again will be .that Julian had been held Insane, the bulwark of prosperity and the stated that he would send his own sheet-anchdoctors here to examine tho man and of national progress." m ".., l Conslipalionand Diarrhoea, n.i r,.wrishncss ana i .tf.i1 Remedy fof nv sleep rcsulUnSihcrcfromjntofawyFacsimile Sijnaturcpf - l5 For Over Ht! IIMSnfflBBVvlPVTirB ttsetV cftiC! TJEWTtui"" Thirty Years RrnvMkaaiM Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORI TMC CNTUH eoXMMT. HtW YO CITT Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. TheJCourier - Jurnal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige and Mputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- determine whether or not he Is In- peace-tim- and no official would tho possible time of withdrawal. Reports have been current for several weeks that the troops would be withdrawn soon and within the past week there has been a well defined report current in Newport that the troops would be withdrawn tomorrow. Governor Morrow, however, has consistently refused to discuss the question. Maj. James K. Dillon, of London, an officer with tho forces at Newport, and Will Andrews, of the Andrews Steel Company, at which a strike Is In progress, came here early this week and conferred with officials on the situation, it was learned. Mr. Andrews, it was said, today urged that tho troops be kept at Nowport until next week at least. Bad breath, bitter taste, dizziness and a general "no account" feeling is a sure sign of a torpid liver. Her-blu- e needed. It is the medicine makes tho liver active, vltllizes the blood .regulates the bowels and restores a fine feeling of energy and Price 60c. Sold, by cheerfulness. m Ohio County Drug Co. 5 For the stomach and bowel dls orders of babies McGeo's Baby Elixir is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts and wholesome quickly, Is pure, pleasant to take. Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Company. - sane. The conversation was reported to Judge Stout and the citation Issued. After the conversation, however. Dr. Larue sent an attendant here and Julian was taken to the hospital yesterday. - NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS THREE INCHES OK SNOW IN PENNSYLVANIA Almost three inches of snow fell thruout Western Pennsylvania today, the storm com ing in from the West. Vegetation was further advanced than usual at trees bent this season, and and broke under the weight. The temperature was not unseasonably low and orchardlsts said they would suffer only a little from the cold. 21. full-leaf- By special arrangements we are now able to offer Congress took a suspicious look at COCKROACHES SEND COLLEGE GIRLS PREFER RADIO MESSAGES JOBS TO JAZZ IDLENESS Harrlsburg, Pa.,, Aprll '21 The troublesome cockroach la a radio "fan" nnd communicates by wireless with his brothers and sisters, Howard Zimmerman, of HarriBburg. sergeant major of the 55th Infantry Brldgade Headquarters Company, Pennsylvania National Guard, belelves and seeks to prove thru experiments, the results of which were made public here today. The experiments, Sergeant Zimmerman said, have been under way nere for a year, and aro the results of Investigations begun in a bug-Infest- ed ries who picture the "modern girl" as chiefly bent on frivolities will find little support for their theories at Goucher College, for, according to Baltimore, April 22. Reactiona of Captain Armstrong, of tho 5th Division Signal Corps, with which Zimmerman was serving shortly beforo the armistice. "At that time wo wore having night school and wero working on the shortest posslblo wave length, of a getting as low as meter," the sergeant explained. Radio pets wero located three feet apart on barracks in Luxemburg, un- der the direction President William W. Guth, no less than 165 girls from the two upper classes aro now spending their coveted spring recess at hard work. "The average college girl," ho said recently, "prefers a job to jazz and would rather find a place of real usefulness In tho community than pedestal of ornamental Idleness." Tho 165 Goucher girls at work are serving ns apprentices with Industrial and professional organizations In their home towns, with a view to choosing their ultimate vocations more intelligently after graduation. one-four- th CASXO.RIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S FOR WORRY TAKE A WALK. The next time worry claims you, Straighten up and take a walk; It's useless to keep brooding, And above nil do not talk. When once you're In tho open, Fill your lungs brimful of air, Enjoy each breath and motion. Taken thus, with time to spare, Exercise will harmonize All your thoughts, then you'll agrco That worry Is expensive And that happiness is free. However great your trouble, Do not give up In despair, plosive known to science Is made by There's something which will help combining idle hands and addled you minds. That's a walk in God's fresh air. Little Rock Gazette A NewYork Tho Nautilus. school-bo- y who has married his VIEWS ABOUT WOMEN teacher, says he will complete his education. He will. Twenty The Jacksonville Times-Unio- n New Haven Journal-CouriIlliteracy test In Immigration Is frank- years ago, when a big musical attracly a failure and it may bo necessary tion arrived In town, ono could pick to ask tho newcomer to drive a nail the chorus girls out of the downtown or two to reveal just how much ho crowds. Today it's impossible they all dress that way, and even worse. does know. Doorway to Light It is hard for Fellowship Forum Scientists say tho old earth is tipping to th'j north a man to support a sealskin wife on a one foot a year. Tho answer is that muskrat salary. Jacksonville Metropolis A few she has been in low gear for some time and Is gradually slipping back women can drive cars, but the majorInto high through neutral. Give her ity sit at the steering wheel and aro taken caro of by a kind fate. more gas. Waterbury Republican After all, Indianapolis Nows Tho Rhine Germans seem more depressed over nobody would mind tho flappers so the departure of the Americans than 4much If there weren't so many wo- - the taxpayer's pocket. "We must get at tho bottom of this thing," it said. Baltimore Sun. Providence Journal It takes three years to grow a good stick for an umbrella handle but less than three minutes to lose the umbrella. Philadelphia North American Take no thought of tomorrow, what ye shall eat and what ye shall drink and wherewith ye shall be clothed; for all these things will bo regulated by statute. Eureka Herald If the boys could do all they Intend to do, and the old men could do all they "used to do," what a brilliant world this would be. Secretary of New York Tribune Labor Davis suggests to parents that they make their boys work. But he doesn't suggest how. Sioux City Journal Persons who lovo to talk will appreciate tho now radiophone. Think of including a whole continent In one's conversation. Fremont Tribune Tho highest ex- THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L Pittsburg, April AND THE REPUBLICAN Both ono J car, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Now may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may buV itute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. i Send or bring your orders to this office. ns ' er men who try to flap long after the en tho ''flapper" that ehe Is a brand flapper age. The natural flap Is new being. Such is not tho case. pleasing, on tho whole, but the ar- P.ead the third chapter of Isa:Mh and you will find that the "flapper" is as tificial flap is distressing indeed. Washington Post In the Sudan old as woman, at least In the objecIt costs eight spearheads to buy a tionable sense in which the term Is wife. In this country a flngle bone-hea- d frequently used. Dut we believe that the young girl of today, while by no often secures a fine wife. Providence Bulletin New York is means a perfect human being, is not having an "Exhibition of Good eo bad as she is painted. Taste In Dress for Young Girls," but of course It Is not expected to draw SOVIETS SNEAKING IN FJIOM CUBA, U. S. TOLD a very large attendance. Woodbury Reporter1 'What makes Washington, April 21. Russian our girls run around so, asks a neighboring editor. Maybe they're out Bolsheviks aro mobilizing In Cuba preparatory to smuggling thomsclreu bunting mother. Dallas News It has Just about got Into this country, according to an so in some towns that little girls are official report submitted to government authorities today, Cuba, acnot even raising their dolls right. When men talk cording to tho report, Is being used Atchison Globe together it is of prices at which things as a base for smuggling nltrea Into can be sold; women talk of prices this country in violation of tho Immigration laws. It was Indicated at which things can be boughtt Heal mono that the report would bo transmitted Bend Tribune Great tnpg tn tho, wifft who to tho Bureau of IiiimlKratlou for ac- n,.v ic M.hi.t her ,tlon Involving tho possibility of finally succeeds In reforming resentatlons to tho Cuban govern-People- 's Popular Monthly Ono mont to prevent an unlawful move-mig- ht think from the prominence glv- - J ment of aliens to this country. rep-husba- V tJThe Hartford Republican COJIPANY rnbllnhctl Weekly by pARTFOIlD PRINTING Incorporated W. 8. TINSMtf , Editor and Business Manager. Entered according to law at tho Poatofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall (natter of the second class. Address BTio all communications Hartford Republican. to might lie accomplished In the community to which every Christ loving citizen owes first nnd faithful allegiance. Wo are in nowlso disposed to bo at all personal, or to be so considered, as If that should bo the caso we might loso some of our best friends. Then too, tho criticism, If taken as such, might be hurled hack our way. but by way of advance i . I acknowledgement wo plead guilty or 'having too large n share in Just those I things, but the beam In our own eye does not wholly prevent our seeing the mote In the optic of tho other fellow. This we do not say for apolo gy, but by way of confession. STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluke McFluko.) If overy man would try as hard to be agreeablo to men In general and bis own wife In particular as he docs to somo other fellow's wife, this old world would be n better place in which to live. The trouble with theso dainty and delicious repasts is that they Bend you straight to the cupboard on your arrival home. If we could get our wife to ebservo RURAL CAIUUKK EXAMINATION sunscniBEna klndness-to-anlmnotice week about fifty-two Hubscrlbers desiring tho paper sent times each year we would be Tho United States Civil Service to a. new address must glvo tho old heap happier. Commission has announced an exami a Wdress in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c nation to be held at Hartford, Ky., Endeavor to find out the truth of ler line, and 80 per llje for each ad 'on May 27, 1922, to fill the position by , .,.., . ,. w,. ii,n,i.. a rumor before giving ditional Insertion. ...- -, Obituaries, itesoiuuona nu wuua ui ruiai womoi When run to earth 6c for jUrai Route No. 2, and vacancies that added publicity. pf Thanks, lc per word, and Mch head lino and slgnautre, money n)ay later occur on rural routes from It may prove untrue. If otherwise, . n,na FERTILIZER. U advance. . . Tho o.ilnrv nf n ru- - on second or third thought, you will Ohnreh Notices for services ireu, I uiai .u. ....v. per ral carrier on n standard daily wagon more than likely decide Its best to lint other advertisements, lc your Too many Meal Tobacco Grower and 16 word. route of 24 miles is $1,800 per an keep help mouth closed. a shady ru perBone will at In circulating cent acid Phosphate Anonymous communications additional $30 per mile people num, with an receive no attention. mor In magnified form only to find 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. per annum for each mile or major : that there Is nothing to it. fraction thereof in excess of 24 out later TELEPHONE miles. Tho salary on motor routes Backlng-u- p and running In low PROSPERITY AND HIGH C9 ranges from $2,450 to $2,600 per Farmers Mutual gear never carries a Fellow very far PRICES NOT RELATED annum, according to length. Separate motor routes and on life's Journey. Throw her In high APRIL 2 examinations for moving forward, or else get FRIDAY (Capital Washington, April 27 wagon routes arc no longer held. Ap- and keep The Associated Adpositions will be off of the highway with your Junk News Service.) pointments to both vertising Clubs of the World Is an ... r,io, 'mnrte from the same register, inr- - of obstruction. International organization representBE OPEN ures will soon bo added to by the EXAMINATION WILL Headlines In Wednesday's papers ing the best and most progressive ob ONLY TO CITIZENS WHO ARE AC bonus tax in some form. say that Fort Worth Is In complete ment In modern business. Its presiTUALLY DOMICILED IN THE TEROFFICE darkness nnd no water to drink. dent, Mr, Charles Henry Macintosh, , Good Advice to Subscribers: Don't RITORY OF THE POST says that the relation of prosperity EXISTS Pleggon Old Volstead. be backward about coming forward WHERE THE VACAY and high prices is fictitious, nnd that meet the other requirements to renew your subscription or you will and who If it continues to rain and reIs perfectly possible for the counyou were before. The set forth In Form 1977. Both men mains cold and gloomy so that Doc it be behind as try as a whole to bo extremely women, if qualified, may enter and Pathfinder. PIrtle et al., can't start on their an- prosperous In an era of low prices. this examination, but appointing of"If high prices meant prosperity, to speci- nual fishing trip, staged for SaturThe Powers who provided for, and ficers have the legal right day, we'd shore hate for Doc to work Russia would be the most prosperous nrp stnelnc the Genoa Confer- - fy the sex desired in requesting cer- miin - w c country In the world" today," said Mr. will on our molars next week. ence probably wish they had called tlficatlon or engiDies Women "Yet In Russia, where it Macintosh. not be considered for rural carrier or back-yar- d either a chimney corner Time was when the Hartford Fish- costs two thousand rubles to mail a they are the widmeeting for German and Russian appointment unless ing Club had their house boats and letter first class, men starve who ows of U. S. soldiers, sailors or maBolshevist attendants. painted in colors of bril- have money but no food to buy with of U. S. soldiers, everything rines, or the wives, liant hue, but now their old dilapidat- It." physicalWhen Bandits and highwaymen sailors or marines who are In the government Economists by ed craft Is being given a color indiIn the ly disqualified for examination become moderately versed Only solid service point out that the height or cative of sorrow and loss when reason of injuries received in the line school of establishing alibies black Is being used. lowness of a price cannot be meal.lol (nr their Trllcrleerls mnvlf- - nf military duty. Form 1977 and sured fn terms of money, unless the n tn hppnmp. less nu-- 1 aDDlIcatlon blanks may be obtained inr 4ic, If we were that Massachusetts worth of the monetary unit Is also or merous. Better make the punish- - from the offices mentioned above Street car conductor who Inherited made a part of the measurement. anent good and tight while the mak from the United' States Civil Service the paltry sum of $4,000,000 we Thus, a German mark, once worth Commission at Washington.'D. C. Aping is possible would take a vacation of about ten about twenty cents, Is now worth plications should be forwarded '.o the years duration whether we relin- a fraction of a cent. An object once May thirtieth, memorial day, the Commission at Washington, D. C. at quished the Job altogether or not. to be bought for one mark now costs day set apart and observed in almost 'the earliest practicable date. two hundred marks, yet the value of every nook and corner of the United Oscar Bishop says a Miner, while the object and Its relative price is u.nt., inr fnm m pmrtrat lnc the mem. ' WESTERN BLOOMER GIKLS w mine the same. Only when price Increas. .. nn ...-.aat work In the Bishop WILL VliA Uh.vr-of ..' caught three nice cat Coal Co.'s ory and decorating the graves fish Wednes- es faster than the value of the purthose fallen during that bloody period day. We would hardly have thought chasing unit sinks can absolute price 5, ought to teach us all a of air. c. E. Baker of the Western it possible for cat fish to live in a be said to rise. Disparity In price of lesson unforgetable between the dates Bloomer Girls' Base Ball Club has coal mine, but Oscar said it and goods and price of money Is frequenty as the years go by. Rather we should t,een jn Beaver Dam making arrange-sa- that's all there Is to It. ly caused by too rapid rise or fall of of ments for the first appearance of the that the actions and attitude commodity prices, which Is the funthe grand old men now living and Vestern Bloomer Girls' Base Ball Sam Barnett sold Mont Johnson a damental underlying Mr. Macintosh's which will be of those who took a part in the events CiUh jn Beaver Dam, mule some time ago. Mont tctok the warning that "those who expect the that tore and bled and divided this on Friday May 5th, with the local mule home and he did fine, worked return of war time prices or exCountry even to households, and have Base Ball Club. everywhere without trouble, but he pect the lower limit of the price deGeneral Agent Baker states that in had forgotten to ask about his mule- Alnce responded to the last bugle call, cline within a few months are misshould give to us the lesson. The introducing this club of hlgh-:laehip's name, and wishing to honor guided optimists and speak certainmen who wore the blue and those ia(y players to the public in general the former owner Mont gave him the ly without intelligent knowledge of Avho were garbed in the gray have set' j,e wishes it to be understood that name of "Sam" and now he vows that the facts of history." an example of getting together, pul- - they do not travel with the Intention he has not been able to do a durn Vi crowds, lust through the Knmp rnmman 2nds. ( .iriwlni' iinr (nr thing with that mule since. And still WITH REFERENCE making the Nation worth . while and novelty of ladies playing ball, but some people say there's nothing in a TO THE DOG LAW ., . . ..- .. .. 1. residing togetner in perieci unity, un- - really draw tne peopie uuuubu li.tr name. fcurpassed in all history. If we, the ability to play a wonderfully interest-ton- s -. Frankfort, Ky., April 12, 1922. and daughters of sires who inB, exciting and scjentiflc game of SALE OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS Mr. G. A. Ralph, Sheriff taught each other through four long, 'ball, and when taken In consideration Ohio County, bloody years, not Infrequently one that the "Western Bloomer Girls are Notice Is hereby given that the un Hartford, Kentucky. In the gore of his brother, .for prln-- t composed of young ladies, the games dersigned will on Monday May 1, Dear Sir: As sheriff of your clples deemed sacred and unquestlon- - they play are all the more remfrka-abl- y 922. at the court house door In county I am sending you a copy of right, were to hold out the hand ble. Kate Bcker is the star lady Hartford, Ky., about the hour of 1 the Dog Law and wish to call your of charity, display the same traits of pitcher of the world, and Js supported clock P. M., sell at public outcry to especial attention to Sections 17, 18, brotherly love, often as It seems to j by a team composed of the very best the highest and best bidder, all notes 19 and 20 and 32 thereof. As the us, more tender and staunch than Is players that money can hire, who In nd accounts In my hands as ad enforcement of Ihis law Is In the fronuentlv displayed by blood broth- - themselves are each a star player, ministrator of the estate of J. B. hands of the local officers in each ers, what might we not do? It has .making the strongest organization of valn; deceased and all notes and county, we are writing to ask that There have nrrnnnts liplnntrlncr to the estate of you give this matter your close and "been our observation that the blue It kind ever organized. nnd the gray have even grown clan-is- h. been other lady base ball clubs but J. B. Swain and C. M. Swain, former- prompt attention and see that all What if Churches, the differ- they have come and they have gone. ly doing business a, partners unCer owners take out licenses for their ent denominations, the various IsmK Their life upon the green diamond the firm name and style of Swain & dogs. Owners not licensing their all of whom protest! to he following: was one of short duration. They Swain. dogs should be brought into court all other tho Lowly Nazarene (and they are) came and tried to This April 19, 1922. and show cause why they have not should get together, work and move competitor, but like tho preient 43t2 U. S. CARSON, Admr. so licensed them f6rward in solid mass with the same slang phrase, they had to "go away Sections IS and 19 give specific exhibition of brotherly lovo and ad- bacii and sit down,' leaving the origiNOTICE TO FILE CLAIMS instructions 'to the sheriff stipulatmiration as la displayed by the fast nal Western Bloomer Girls to stand ing that it is their duty to go upon fading veterans of the war of the season after season as the only real All persons having claims against the premises to ascertain if any dogs States? The answer can bo but one, champion ladies' base'ball club of the the estnte of A. W. Logan deceased, aje owned or harbored by parties that is, that the Country, through world. are hereby notified to file same, falling to take out licenses on same. Christian endeavor, would be capturproperly proven.wlth Barnes & Smith Wo would like to hear from you and HARTFORD ROUTE 3. Attorneys, Hartford, Ky. on or before know what progress has been made ed for righteousness and Christian Religion and the Devil whipped to a June 1, 1922, and upon their failure In this matter. Several from hero attended the so to do, said claims will be forever Irazzlo in less than no time, so to Very truly yours, in fact more birthday dinner at Mrs. John Tom barred. peak. Too much, W. C. HANNA, has recently been dis- Patton's Saturday. Tils April 19, 1922. Commissioner of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Daniel and played In this section than ever beA. R. CARSON, It will be seen from the above that fore noted, at least In aur day. One llttlo son, Alvey Gordon, of Beda, FLORENCE M. LOGAN, the state officers will require the person, In num'erous Instances, with spelit Saturday night and Sunday Executors of A. W. Logan.'lleceas-ed- . county officers to enforce the dog a pall of Ice water can dampen, chill with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Whlttaker. 43t3 law. The people must therefore get and maybe drown, more individuals They were accompanied home by Mrs. their dog tags If they have not done LOUISVILLE MARKETS who would like to be-- traveling the Daniel's mother, Mrs. Mary Whltso. trail that leads out of the bog, and fen taker. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stewart and Cattle Market active on the light A German soldier must obtain perAnd foul morass than a half dozen other parties can rescue In twice the children spent Saturday night and desirable kinds, with prlccp (fully mission from his commanding officer length of time. A load sufficient in Sunday with relatives in Owensboro. steady to strong. Best handywelght to marry. Mr. and Mrs. Oswell Hoover and butchers In excellent demand; meweight to tax the capacity of all the BEAVER DAM bo carried to the children spent Saturday night and dium and Inferior kinds slow and unworkers cannot goal when a portion of the laborers Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James even. Best cows sold fully steady; The play given here Friday night medium and cutter cows In good deare not only bearing down but klck-- i Bnrtlett, near Pleasant Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover and mand; canners active at $2.25 down. was quite a success. Ing obstacles In the path of those Mrs. Albert Chlnn and Mrs. John willing to carry. If the bucket brl j little dauehter. Vera Frances snout Bull values steady; tops $4.75Q5; with undertone about steady In the heavy Allen left Tuesday for Hot Springs, could Saturday night and Sunday, cade, the only hear tho pica, of the Master to Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mosley, pt Buford. steer division with one load of steers Ark., where they will take treatments d Mr. Dick Sparks and family, of at $8 yesterday. Good outlet con- for their health. cast their rusty palls In the Junk heap Mr. William Chapman of Herrln, load, lend a hand, ford, spent Saturday night and Sun-p- i tinues for the best quality stockers get under tho carrying on, God only knows what day with Mr, Nat Tyler and family. and feeders; medium and plainer 111., is the guest of his parents, Mr. to al .., ... clcarnnco Good noted. Calves Market steady. Best veals $7 down; medium and common light calvoa extremely slow $2 4. Hogs Prices advanced 10c on mediums with tho balance of the offerings on a steady basis. Best hogs 165 to 300 pounds, $10.50; 120 to 165 pounds $10.25; 300 pounds up $9.76; pics 120 pounds down $8.90; throw- outs $7.75 down; stag's $6.25 down. Sheep nnd Lambs Market strong with prices 50o higher. Bulk of best spring lambs brought $18 down; seconds $10 012. Best fat sheep $7 7.50; bucks $3.50 down. Best fall lambs $12 down. Butter, Errs nnd Poultry Buying prices net to shipper the shipper paying freight nnd drayage charges are: Eggs Candled 19c dozen. Pnnltrv Hpn 20c:. roosters 10c; , ducks 20c; guine.Ts $3.bu per uozen Country Butter Pound 15c. kinds less active. I iccui-u- p l.sv I lw nnl auu 1 ami-u- p lrfciwtf I Im. WEEK May 1st to 6th We say good paint is the cheapest, because it covers more surface, lasts longer and retains its gloss longer. Sherwin-William- s Paint (Incorporated) ... Is the best Paint on the market. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. TO THE PUBLIC! Sapr We Have Installed a First-Clas- ii.. s -- Steam PRESSING MACHINE We Clean, 5 -- Press and Repair -. ...... Anvrhinir fnv Mpii. WnniPii nnd nhilnron.. (rivp ihj .1 fi?nl - u n umi. ..j . J "-Place of Business: One door west of Hartford Herald office building. --- HARTFORD PRESSING C. M. WADE, CLUB Proprietor. ' . nll I 61-6- ' ss I WHBa Unusually Good Service in Munsing-Wea- j j r for Men, Munsing-Wea- Women and Children. Your own experience in wearing will be the best test of its quality. r out-riv- al Some folks have an idea that light weight undergarments are not substantial but that's because they never tried Munsingwear. In our store you will find more Munsing-Wea- r than any other kind of underwear for the reason that we sell more of it. Munsing-Wea- r has made good friends for us as well as for itself. All desirable styles for Summer now in stock, and at reasonable prices. liold-aloofne- Carson and Mrs. Ellis Chapman. Miss Lockle Austin, who hag boen visiting relatives at Centertown during the past week, has returned. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Porter, of Herrln, 111., are visiting relatives and friends here. Miss Margaret Cardwell left Saturday for Bowling Green, whero she will complete her business course. Mr. B. C. Barnes of Hopklnsville, was In town Saturday, on business. Mr. A. L. Martin of near Hartford, (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Martin Monday. Mr Frank Barnes nnd Miss Nora Jackson made a business trip to Hartford Monday. Miss. Cllffle Austin and father were in Centertown Saturdny. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Miller were Biests of Mrs. Dettle Taylor of Hartford Sunday, Miss Myrtlo Maddox was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox, Sunday. Bu-nn- f Attention, Housekeepers OiSfii 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, Harlln Tlnsley, who has been In of lost the service of tho U. S. during tho most of the timo within tho past flvo years, and for some time stationed In Mrs. D. H. Darnes Is In Owensboro Chicago, nt the Government garago where she will bo under treatment for with a rating as expert mechanic, has a week. been mustered out of service. Ho Is rtlll working for the Government at a Mrs. J. C Riley wont to Owensbo-r- o point near Chicago. today, to spend the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Lyman 0. Barrett relntlves. nnd little son, Lynn Culley, returned Mr. Louis Fulkerson, city, wan In home yesterday, from Barrett's PerBreckenrldge county, a day or two ry, where they had been at tho bedside, death nnd burial of Mr. Barlast week, on business. rett's sister, Miss Luclle Darrett. Her Mr. and Mrs. Oocbel G. Crowe have death occurred last Saturday aftertnken rooms In tho home of Mrs1. An- noon at 2:45 o'clock, burial took place Sunday afternoon. na J. Dennett, on Walnut Street. J u dec W. It. Ilnrncs wns boro on business Saturday week. In Owens- Little Is Miss Stella Tate, of Rock-por- t, Matting Rugs, Gold Seal Congoleum Rugs, Brussels, etc. Ax-minist- er, A. READ BELOW 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 9x12 40-inch of of the Hartford Exchange for a period of two years County Clerk Guy Rnnney and fam- from January 1, 1923. Right to re ily were the guests of the former's ject any and all bids Is reserved. For father, Mr. C. W. Ranney at Select, further Information apply to Secretary-Tlast Sunday. reasurer. OHIO COUNTY FARMERS' MUGet your Seeds, Fertilizer and TUAL TELEPHONE CO., Hartford Farming Implements, from Division. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, By S. L KING, Secretary-Treasure- r. 3619 Beaver Dam, Ky., S. Main St. 44t2 Notice is hereoy given that sealed bidB will bo received by tho underBuy Sherwin-WilliaPaint. It signed company until Saturday, May Is cheaper because it covers more 27, 1922, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for tho surface. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. position Manager the guest of her uncle, Joe Tate and Mrs. Tate, of this city. WANTED; TELEPHONE MANAGER BUY A Black Hawke 2-RO- WE Seamed Axminister Rugs Seamless Axminister Rugs Printed "Brussel Rugs Woven Brussel Rugs Grass Rugs ; Matting Rugs Congoleum Rugs. . .- 36-in- ch 36-in- ch 36-in- ch 36-in- ch Marquisette Colored Drapery Fancy Scrim Curtain net Bordered Scri m .$34.95 39.45 10.95 19.95 6.50 5.00 15.00 35c 25c 20c 25c 15c ZSJLgK?ffigq (' Mrs. S. T. Barnett, city, Is at the IS CHAMPION OF bedside of her brother, Mr. James LIBERTY OF WOMEN who is very. low with tuberculosis at his home in Hanson, Ky. Selden P. Griswold, The Episcopal bishop coadjutor of ChicaMr. Hnrrv May left Tuesday for go, says bobbed hair, short skirts and Mnntcomorv. Ala., where he has ac cigarette smoking by women need cepted a position with the L. & N. R. not be regarded as reasons for alarm. It. Co., as agent at the Depot at that "The world never was better than place. now, from a moral, spiritual and religious he declares. Littlo misses Lola Geneva Black and Nellie Gray Wilson, city, spent ACROSS THE SANDS Sunday afternoon in Beaver Dam, with tho former's aunt, Mrs. H. D. Across the hot nnd burning sands Taylor. Some oasl3 forever stands, as green and twice as fair and And twice Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Acton Because the burning cands are there; children, city, attended the funeral Yes, twice as velvety the moss and burial of Mrs. Acton's cousin, Because of sands we had to' cross. Miss Luclle Barrett at Barrett's Ferry Sunday. And, tho the sands we need to pass, We know beyond them Is tho grass; MrT and Mrs. James Caskey BenAnd, though the burning road we nett and son, Oscar, returned Tues- i ireau, "a two week's visit with day from 'We know the waters are ahead; friends and relatives in Livermore We have, whatever Journey this, and Owensboro. of the oasis. I Assurance De-MoRt.-Rev. view-point," CORN PLANTER With the Edge Drop and no brush to get out of adjustment. Will always please you. Drops one a grain and spaces acurately. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. The Hartford FRIDAY S Republican ....APIIIIi 28 I New Line of wall paper at the omo 00UNTy DRUG co Mr. Harry May left Tuesday for Montgomery, Ala., where he has been assigned to the office of Train Dispatcher on the M. & M. division of the L. & N. R. R. Co. I LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS In SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. Hon. Ira Jones, of White Run, was Hartford yesterday. Mr. A. J. Williams Is recovering from a severe attack of acute Indigestion. Soy Deans $2.50 per bushel. WALLACE, Hartford. I W. C. 44t2p Hdmo 'phono, Hemstitching and covered buttons. MRS. W. 42U Hartford, Ky. J. DEAN, N Mesdames M. L. Heavrln and C. II. Henvrln were In Owensboro last Saturday, shopping. I.Irs. Cornelia Tatum, city, Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Lydia Daniel, of Route 2, Hartford. . Mr. Isaac Foster, who Is employed at Central City, spent last week-c.n- d with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Murphy of Narrows, Route 2, are the parents of a baby boy, born Sunday. -- Just received a car of Universal Portland Cement. Can make you 4t4 attractive prices . W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hotel Drooins, the onlybroom for We have an equal need of each. Misses Leila Glenn and Clyde Bol42t3 heavy weeping. i ton, of the Central City High School WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. pity more than envy him with spent last week-en- d faculty, parents. Judge and Mrs. Who never looked beyond the rim Mr. L. E. Charlet of Llvermore, Miss Glenn's Of yellow sand to seek the palm, of this city. was a visitor at this office while In J. S. Glenn The cooling waters and the calm town Tuesday. Who always found a level road Mr. and Mrs. Rollle Foreman and or load. of Narrows, were And never knew a loss RASE HALL Morgantown plays littlo son Fayburn, guests of Mr. Foreman's parents, Hartford here Sunday. Don't fall to To know the best I think that first Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, city, see this game. A man has need to know the worst; Saturday of last week. Friday and And yet a man, the worst to bear, Mrs. J. D. Holbrook spent from Fogle, Editor of the Miist have some promise over there, Mr. McDowell last Saturday until yesterday;, visityesterday for Must have assurance not in vain ing relatives in the Magan communi- Hartford Herald, left and bears the Indianapolis, Ind., where he will be He treads the sands ty. pain. Pe-trthe guest of his sister, Mrs. T. B. and Mr. Petrle for a few days. Mrs. R. E. Duke were Hie Mr. and And so I pity him as well guests of Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. dwell, Georgo Walllngford will re- In whom no visions ever Mrs. and Mrs. D. W. Stewart, at Cromwell, 'Who has no faith that time shall turn to her homo in Cynthiana, Ky.. Sunday. bring tomorrow, after spending a week in grasses and the spring, Hartford, the guest of her daughter, The palm, the Mis Alice Taylor teacher In the Heavrln and Mr. Heav The pilgrim is the happiest of grades in the local school Is HI at the Mrs. Cecil II. rest Who hns both toil and hope home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. rln. W. Taylor. the God give us both: the work, Now Galvanized Tubs and Palls dream, COc j 1 Tubs . . Miss Myrtle Maddox was the guest No. 70c The Journey, though It burn the feet, . 2 Tubs, of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. No. waste, tho running stream, 80c j Tho san No. 3 Tubs Maddox, at Beaver Dam, Saturday aoc That makes the oasis so sweet; 10 Qt. Palls night and Sunday. God give us both the peace, the strife, WILLIAMS &. TAYLOR. The great entirety of Life. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan have reDOUGLAS MALLOCH In The J. S. Glenn, Met&ra. J. I JudKe turned to tholr home In the Heflln Goodman, H. D. Estes, McDowell A. Crescent. country, aftor spending tho winter Fogle and Miss Annotta Gillesplo, of City, Fla., In Creicent this city attended the funeral and bu YOU QUALIFY? CAN Barrett, at Bar Hoosler Corn rial of Miss Luclle Ono and Two-roOne of the foremost makers of auFerry Sunday afternoon dillls. Tho most accurate corn plant-er- a rett's tomobile batteries (one of tho Big 44t4 on the market. Four) will appoint an exclusive disMr. and Mrs. Frank Tlchenor are tributor in Hartford, Ky. The right W. E. ELLIS & BRO. the proud parents of a baby girl, horn man can establish a permanent profiBlankenshlp Monday night of this week. Grand- table business. Applicant must have Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. pa Worth is cutting his tobacco good character, ambition, Industry, were the Buesta of Mrs. Blankenshlp's teeth, hobbling and be able to make moueraio invest mpnt. natterv knowledge not needs parcntD, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox, sharply on his front upon two canes and "nuslng sary. If you can qualify, write for around Beaver Dam, Sunday. at his rheumatiz" as best he can. He further information to Mr. J1', u. says the little gal cries after him DROIT, 420 Sycamore St., Evansvllle. Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. Cecil H. 442 Indiana. George 'bout all the time. Heavrln and her guest, Mrs. Walllngford are in Owensboro today, attending tho circus. T le w It is the long and weary mile That makes the oasis worth while, It is 'the palm, the waiting well, That makes the desert bearable Life's dally Journey seems to teach Tires Guaranteed 8,000 Miles Against Rim Cuts, Stone Bruises, Blow Out. Free Innertube with each tire purchased. Tire Repairing that's GUARANTEED. Prices right. MAC TIRE COMPANY 1016 E. 4th St., Tires, Tubes, Accessories OWENSBORO, KY. i Farm Implements. Steel Plows John Deero It. 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Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Miller and guests Ly- Clay Bennett of Utlca, were little son, John Hiram, and Mrs. Beaver Dam, were of their brother and uncle, Mr. James dia Miller, of guests of Mrs. Bettlo Taylor and C. Bennett nnd Mrs. Bennett last Saturday and Sunday. daughter, Miss Eva, here Sunday. Good Paint is the best insurance against decay. Sherwin-Williaand H. & W. Paints are good paints. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. ms Riding Cultivator Engines, 1 -- horse Power Engines, 3nhorse Power Fairbanks-Mors- e Power Engines, Fairbanks-Mors- e Power Engines, Fairbanks-Mors- e on application. Prices $17.85 Fairbanks-Mors- e Platform Scales, BOO lbs. . . . . 10.85 Platform Scales, 1000 lbs., . .' Fairbanks-Mors- e f. o. b. Fordsvllle. . 600.00 Waterloo Boy Tractor, John Deere The nbove prices are freight paid, subject to stock on hands at time order Is received. If we should have disposed of any Items mentioned In this advertisement, we do not agreo to furnish more goods from the factory at same price, but will namo price promptly. If you are Interested in nny of the above Items write us and wo will bo glad to give you prompt Information, further answering. any question you may ask, concerning any particular Item. Drown Fairbanks-Mors- $120.00 100.00 100.00 . 100.00 95,uo 32.00 7.00 e 12-2- 5, FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Mauagcr. FOKDSVlMiB, KY. i 1 Iplnk, white and red, Juno to frost; ' $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper '&ZZZ The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. i October; Gladiolus, two to fivo feet, UAIIiHOAI) IIAIW MAIIIUEI) WOMEN pinks, 12 Inches, pink nnd white mlx- In tho future any woman employee !cd, Juno to frost; ngertum, 12 Inches, of the St. Louis nnd San Francisco blue and white, Juno to frost; sweft alyssum, six to 12 Inches, whlto May railroad who marries will be. expected to frost; dwarf zinnia, 12 to 18 Inches to resign, or upon falluro to do this Tho doctrine Is crimson, yellow nnd white, June to will be discharged. that no woman can serve two masfrost; asters, 18 to 30 Inches, various colors, July to September; cosmos, ters. Another Fairy Story. Hero's antwo to eight feet, white, pink and red, August to frost; Heliotrope, 12 other good one to tell your friends, to 24 Inches, blue and white, May to and It didn't como from California, either. Mrs. Scott Durand says sho September. has had tho privilege of seeing land Knox county farm boys nnd plrls and water fairies on her estate nenr are to have n hand In replacing the Chicago. They aro eight Inches tall, scrub and mongrel hens of that dis- sho carefully estimates. Sho thus trict with purebreds, County Agent corroborates Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Earl Mayhew says. Sixty settings of who also says he has seen such purebred hatching eggs recently were things. distributed to members of Junior agIn helping LEAVES POSTAL SERVICE ricultural clubs to bo used TO (JO AVITII HAYS them get a start with purebreds. A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in subscription now. Don't delay. your z ; You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. of KenState news from correspondents m all partsthe news local service gives all tucky. The Herald's Marof Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, are in charge of the most reliaket and Sport pages, ble authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with of a daily newspaper that interests every memberyou. Then it is the Louisville Herald the family? want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to Washington, April 22. Kirk L. Russell, director of tho bureau of Information of the Postofflco Department, has presented, bin resignation to rostmaster Genora'l Work to take effect May 1, when he will become publicity director for Will Hays, who heads the motion plcturo industry. Britton. Mr. Russell entered the postal servwork ice eighteen years ago, Junior agricultural club among Graves county boys and girls Platinum coins were Issued in Rusthe has developed to the point where was sia In 1S2S, when platinum youngsters organize a club of their worth d as much as gold. own accord beforo calling on the county agent for help, according to "What do you consider the most County Agent B. H. Mitchell, Dessie influential speech you ever made?" Williams, a high school student at "The one 1 delivered day before Cuba, Graves county, recently organ- yesterday," replied Senator Sorized a club of 50 memebrs and then ghum. "The cook was threatening asked for assistance in developing it. to leave, and by exerting my powers of eloquence to the utmost 1 persuadFHEXCIl SOMHEKS KIIjI.IU) ed her to stay." Washington Star. The purchase of 14 purebred China hogs by Leslie county farmers marks a new interest being taken in that section of the State In the improvement of herds by the use of purebred breeding stock, according to a report of County Agent T. L. To-la. one-thir- provides that all persons having any paper currency must lend half of it, To prevent anyone from holding out t is provided thnt all bank notes bo torn in half, one half turned over to the government, thus becomln,g a bond drawing seven per cent, nnd the other retained as worth linlf its face J Succeed when everything lc fails. nervoui prostration onu itmaie value. It Is n common custom In they are the supreme Greece, when a bill has to bo chang- !m at thousands have testified. two in the middle; ed, to tear it in FOR KIDNuY, LIVER AND so tho new proposal is not such n I STOMACH TROUBLE novelty to the peoplo of Greece as It 1 It la the best medicine sold over a dtuggis 'a counter. would be to those of America. 4 fESectrac Betters er HUGHES' DAUGHTER TO RE .MARRIED JUNE 10 The inar-lag- e Washington, April 22 of Miss Catherine Hughes, elder aBOHmBHHiHaBBB your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. As French soldiers were searching for hidden arms in a cemetery in Upper-Silesi- a a spade struck the detonating mechanism of a mine which y exploded killing 20 soldiers. A crat-afpt In diameter and 12 feet in deep was made. It was found that the mine had been planted under a EvcryWomun Wants 1 GIRL SLEEPS THREE WEEKS Possibly tired out from teaching Irene her school class, Smith, of Reldsville, Va., slept continuously for three weeks. At the hospital whore she was taken she was Soon after she fed frequently. awoke her strength returned and she has gone back to her teaching. Her doctors are still scratching theii heads in wonderment. WOMAN laughter of Secretary of State Hughes and Mrs. Hughes, to Chaun-:e- y Lockhart Waddell. of New York, .vill take place in Washington June 10. The engagement was announced jarly In March store of arms. SENT TO AUSTRIA. DIRECTORY I Ohio County EAGLE"M1KAD0" " Penca'No.174 r(mj: t. ii-iii - For Sale at your Dealer Made in EAGLE MIKADO fire jrades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK The heart of the former emperor was sent to Vienof Austria-Hungar- y na in a glass Jar Inclosed in a silver casket. The body was placed In a church at Funchal .and the whole city suspended business and lined the streets through which the funeral passed. Tho king of procession Snain sent a floral wreath. The dis position of former Empress Zita has FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Unsolved in water for douche atopr peUic caterrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonjrr for natal catarrh, ore throat and sore eye Economical. Hti ritonwiy dutuni and ftrniKaUl fwrf. IdaGJyla Fre. 2De-- all Hnivtrul, nr jA ,ml. IT I'.Hoo TcJrt Gnnp.nr. Bolcc. Kim. !. J WINS CASE IN SUPREME COURT FARM DEPARTMENT. Todd county farmers living in the Trenton community will give special attention to cooperative marketing, ineoil Improvement, seed selection, n acreages of legumes, creased of scrub sires, a ()mmunlty junior agricultural club show and during the poultry improvement coming year, according to a program of work which they have arranged with the help of County Agent 1. C. Graddy. ellr-xatio- A number of Webster county farmers are planning to use acid phosphate on their tobacco fields this year broadcasting it at the rate of Jrom three to four hundred pounds an acre. County Agent L. F. Cutler Bays. This fertilizer has given good results in increasing crop yields when Many Households Turn To Ttilk of properly used. Posy Bods. Lexington, Ky., April 22. The Daviess Hens Loading Demonstration time of the year has arrived when Flocks. Lexington. Ky., April 24. Twenty-e- talk of flower bed preparation develight Barred Plymouth Rock hens ops to take a prominent place among owned by W. C. Kirk, Phllpot, Da- other important springtime discusviess county, .that produced an aver- sions in the Kentucky household, garage of 24 eggs each during the deners say. The period of bloom, the month, took tho lead In March egg color, and the height of various flowproduction among the 47 Kentucky ers loom up as important questions to Hocks that ar& being conducted as demand attention before the early demonstrations by their owners who season baseball scores are read while tire cooperating with the College of much discussion has bottled th& point flowers Agrlculturo In showing tho value of that the tallest growing recommended poultry practices, it should be planted at the rear or in has been announced. This flock al-- o tho center of the bed and the smallis the leading one for the year, the er growing ones nsarer the edges, it hens having average 72.2 eggs each is said. Asters, cosmos, heliotrope, marifrom Nov. 1, 1921, until April 1. Owners of the remaining high pro- golds, nasturtiums, phlox, verbena, ducing flocks for the month follow: salvyia, ealadlum, canna, dahlias, 0. D. Mtader, Franklin, Simpson gladolius, pinks, agortum, sweet alyssum and dwarf zinnia make up the county, W. P. Ellis, Crestwood, county; Mrs. Paul O'Connell, group of flowers most commonly McQuady, Breckinridge county; J. T. grown in the State, according to N. Wilson, Corydon, Henderson county; R. Elliott, of the College of AgriculB. J. Howard, Henderson, Henderson ture extension division. Kirk, The height to which they grow the county; William Coomer, Breckinridge county; A. J. Culver, color of their blossoms and the flow3Iopklnsville, Christian county; Joe ering period of some of the popular E. Pitt, Fairfield, Nelson county; Sue flowers follow: Marigolds, ten to 36 inches, pale Ellen Quick, Livln, McLean county. gold and orange, July to frost; Fayette Hens Take Lead Among Win- nasturtiums, 12 to 24 Inches, various colors, July to frost; phlox, 12 ter Egg Lnjcrs. Lexington, Ky.. April 14. By pro- to 3C Inches, various colors to brilducing an average of 27.5 eggs each liant, July to frost; verbena, six to during March, 44 Rhodo Island Reds nine Inches, various colors, July to owned by H. C. Cobb, Fayette coun- frost; salvyia, 12 to 36 Inches, scarty, took tho lead among tho 950 pou- let, August to frost; ealadlum, two ltry flocks entered in tho winter egg to five feet, follago plant; canna, two laying project being conducted by tho to six feet, pink, yellow and white, College of Agriculture, according to j June to frost; dahlias, two to six feet, n announcement. This flock also; white, pink, yellow aid red, June to Old-".hn- m was the leading one in the group composed of those having less than 50 hens. The second and third flocks in this group were owned by Mrs. Grant Lewis, Morgan county, and Mrs. Homer Glover, McLean county. The leading flocks in the group composed of those havingfrom 50 to 199 hens were owned by Mrs. J. W. White, Christian county; Mrs. L. II. Davis, Fayette county and J. H. Webster county. Owners of the high producing flocks in the group composed of those having more than 200 hens were H. Ben N. Sanford, Ballard county; Carola Single Comb White Leghorn Miller, Breckenridge county, and the Farms, Fayette county. Ma-han, Starting out as a stenographer Miss Florence King, born In Iowa, has spent 25 years In the federal courts where she practices patent law. Aided by her expert knowledge of engineering, she recently pleadet" already troubled international poli- a case Involving patents before tin Czechoslotics. The little entente U. S. supreme court and won it. Slit and Rumania vakia, Jugoslavia is the first woman to accomplish served notice on Hungary that they this feat, and In recognition the Am month: would oppose ,her return to that erican Association of Engineers has Judge R. R. Wedding. country. Zita announced that she made her a member. Miss King says: County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. would prefer to live in Switzerland "Women must take an active part Ir. Clerk Guy Ranney. and the Swiss government was asked politics, not because they are women Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: to consent on the assurance that she but because of the god they can do.' Mack Cook, Iris Render, George -- . would enter into no intrigues. P. Jones. TO BE SEVERE ON REBELS Jailor Nat Hudson. HELD CHILDREN, 7 AND QUARTERLY COURT ON COUNTERFEIT CHARGE A recent decree issued by Presi- Convenes first Monday in each month. that he is tired dent Obregon shows FISCAL COURT Detroit, April 22. Two of the of so many revolutions and that they Convenes Tuesday after first Mon-da- y respondents., ever brought are to be stopped If the government youngest first Tuesday In In January; Into court hero on a Federal charge can stop them. The decree auuresseu April and October. R. R. Wedding says that appeared before United States Com- to the attorney-teenertoday, henceforth those engaged In insur- County Judge, presiding. missioner J. Stanley Hurd. of rections shall be dealt with accord- 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford from arraignment on a charge 2ml District W. C. Knott, Center-towpassing counterfeit money. ing to law and that stern Justice will The youngsters, Freda Rossi, 7 be meted out. The president said aril District Q. B. Brown, Simmons years old, and her brother, Sigraond that the leaders of many small groups District J. R. Murphy, Fords- were ordered held for the are giving a bad impression abroad. tth Rossi, 13, ville. grand jury. It was declared that there was nothSam II. Holbrook, HartAngelo and Lillian ing at the time to Indicate a serious rih District Their parents,, ford, R. F. D. No. 4. Rossi, also were arraigned and held condition anywhere, but the presi- Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, on the same charge. dent had just received a protest from R. F. D .No. 2. a number of prominent Catholics of Tth District J. Walter Taylor, Bea"savage propaPLACE; Guadalajara againsst HEART IN RIGHT ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. IT'S ON HIS RIGHT SIDE ganda" there by radicals. . BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. COURTSHIP TICKLERS Porta, Kan., April 22. Tm often Convenes First Monday In every "HI heart' in the said of a man: you love month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, 'With the assurance that right place." Secretary-Treasurer. It's true of L. C. Elliti, of Clay Cen- mo, Gladys, 1 can go forth and fight and A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, the- - young man with R. ter, for when he recently walked into the world," said R. F. D. No. 6. a doctor's office for an examination the pink tie. ' replied the sweet W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart'Well, Tteginald," the physician found that his heart ford, R. F. D. No. 3. was on the right side. Not only that young thing, "if you really feel that by going and Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. but the positions of all his vital or- way about it, commence lireakinir the news to papa." Yonk- - Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. gans were reversed. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. 'era Statesman. Examinations. TRIPS ARE AIRPLANE For Common School Diplomas jack when I proposed to her the CASUS IN DIVORCE CASE Jan-nardear girl fell on my breast nnd sob- Fourth Friday and Saturday In nnd Second Friday and Saturfinally put her London, April 22. Th? airplane bed like a child, but day In Mayv To be held In Fords-vlll- e, has made its appearance in the Lon- arms around my neck and . Beaver Dam and Hartford. all about Madge Oh yes, I know don divorce courts as a means of lurFor Teachers' Certificates Third I rehearsed It with her. Boston it. ing wives from husbands. Friday and Saturday in May, Juno William Durham Wilklnbon, solic- Transcript. Except notice is and September. suing his wife for divorce, chargitor, express my senti- given to the, contrary the latter ex"How shall I ed that she took frequent airplane trips with Captain Ronald E. Dean, ments toward you?" said the young aminations will be held in Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS man tenderly. who was named in the action. R. F. Keown, "On paper, please," said the girl. Tax Commissioner Fordsville. of AIM TO END WORLD'S WARS. "Then there can be no chance your wriggling out of it." Chicago Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville Kepresentatlve Ira Jones, Whlto WoThe American section of the Herald. Run. men's International League, at its HARTFORD PLAN NOVEL FORCED LOAN annual convention in Washington, Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. will launch a movement to unite the war. That the Greek government is bad- Mayor W. C. Blankensbip. women of the world against Following the convention a represen- ly in need of money is made plain by Council L. H. Bishop, Secy. ROCKPORT tative each from England, France the terms of a bill Introduced In the Robert L. Green, Judge. and Germany will go on a speaking national assembly by the minister of Lee W. Pberson, Marshall. tour of tho United States, and will finance. This calls for a loan of drachmas (the drachma Edd Cooper, Chairman. tell of the economic conditions in W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. their countries resulting from the is worth normally tho same as a Stlll Mason, Treasurer. war. franc a little over 19 cents), and CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May nd July; third Monday in September and fourth Monday In November: Judge GCorge S. Wilson, Owsnsboro Glover H. Cary, Com'th. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis. Mn.sfor Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday in each 5 Mothers TT ViSX ma zsir JT W iut we umuiui Fashioned A Safe Old t lltiTJ vermu j VU.F J1 ue kr Remedy for Worms teati-mom- sl 1, Seventy .fivoyeara contin. uoui use is the best FIEY'S YESHIFUCE can offer you. Keep bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. S3 al JOcabottlostyourdrutrlrt'aor tore; or if your dlct can't upplyyou.tend hit mm aad 30c in tamp and we'll and you a botila promptly. LAS. FREY. BJtinmt. Mi. til WILL YOIK TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trcaixenl H&fflLttttK 0 for WE AH LUNGS or CONSUMPTION' lo A quick rtliel tor that tired, tun down fedloc couebs, pains In elicit, night tweati, hemor tbagci, weak luncs or consumption. If it dots BOthcIp you it costs you soloist. FORGONE MONTH COLUMBUS OHIO MEDICAL GO. lock box 016 CI y, USE LI AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation,. Feettrfcht all tho time. Don't lay osf from work for days by taking calomei when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-Lo- x keeps yo, on your feet, while relieving your troubi )e. Safer too, and easy to take. Doirt tako anything else. You can't afford it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay tem and relieves constipation.) A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo Lio.VtLax vrla completely displace, calomel In ever home.iv Children can take it freely invt with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottler iton genuino without tho likeness and flignsV tore of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by j r ft or near full capacity, and othors, opGERMANY MUST PAY erating at DO to CO per cent of norg IS FRNCE'S EDICT, mal, report bugradually-lncroaoln- ! i WILL HONOR HEROES Commonwealth of Kentucky To Raise Funds For Memorial Building at Lexington siness. Retail and wholesale business conAnnie Will Xol I Cut Hny Premier tinues on an oven keel, with a numCountry To In (ill For ber of largo retail establishments' re"Do Its Duty." porting a slight Increase over last ysnr In cash receipts. Practically all April 24. Premier retail doalefs roport a larger turnBar-Lc-Du- c, i .4 than nt Genoa could not go ahead with Its 1921. work under tho agreed conditions, France, would rtgret fully to have to How Diphtheria N Contracted. cease participation In tho conference. France will, If necessary, under-.tnk- o Ono often hoars tho expression, nlotio to sec that tho treaty of "My child caught a sovere cold which Versailles la executed If tho Ger- developed Into diphtheria," when the mans default In their reparations truth was that tho cold had simply jmymcntB, Premier Polncnie Intimat- left tho little ono particularly susceped. tible to the wandering diphtheria May 31, when tho Germans must germ. If your child has a cold when cither accept the conditions laid down diphtheria is prevalent you should by tho reparations commission or de- tako hi in out of school and keep him fault lr 'noir payment, It an imp off tho street until fully recovered, as dale for France, 9!(l the I'm. there Is a hundred times more danIt Is Franco' ilu'. he added. ger of his taking diphtheria when he niler nwunn the has a cold. When Chamberlain's "In lull independence." luty of maintaining the Integrity of Cough Itemedy Is given It quickly tho treaty. cures tho cold and lessens the danger "All wo havo over ashed and all ot diphtheria or any other germ diswo ask today Is tho execution of the ease being contracted. treaty," said M. Polncare, "and that m Polncnro nnnouncod In a speech hero over In volume of today that If the French delegation during goods handled tho first two months of wo must havo and shall have. Tho peace of Kuropo depends on It. Our future and our national prosperity dipend on It. "It Is not by precipitate action or by decisions without reflection that wo will obtain It. It Is by perseverance and methodical action. But It must be done." The Premier declared he ardently of tho Alhoped for tho In case German defaulted "but, lies according to tho terms of the treaty," ho added, "each may In caso of need take, respectively, such .measures as jou iuti9 0M puc .Uussooau poutoap oju Butter it that our unfortunate country succumb under the burden of reparations alongside of a Germany that does not consent to mako the necessary effort to discharge her debts. "We shnll defond. In full Indepen dence, tho French cause, and we shall not abandon any arni9 tho treaty gives us." Franco to Join Ponce Pact If Given URGES WHIPPING POST TO KEEP PUBLIC ORDER Savannah, lishment EstabGa., April 22. of a whipping post for the Commemoration of ho sacrifice of Kentucky noroes In the World War! will be tho object of thousands of men, women an I chlldro.i uf tho State durlrg tiio week of Ai 11 'i'MM when they so out to ralso $300,000 for a memorial building. Names of the :i,0.0 no died will bo placed on tlie bronze tablets In tho building which will be used dally ns a chapel and union by thousands of young people from evroy section of Kentucky nttcndlng the Stato University at Lexington. Itocords of Kentucky's part In the war, work of private citizens and of thoso In the mill, tary service, will be kept there in addition to war trophies. An army of 150,000 school children Will start out Monday, April 21, to ralso one dolnr each. Tho plan was endorsed by State Superintendent George Colvln nnd tho Kentucky Educational Association at Its annual meeting In Louisville. Superinten. dents, principals and teachers have been requested to assume direction of the school children's soliciting, acting as treasurer ai.d cither turning In the funds to the woman County Chairman or sending tlicm to Stnte Headquarters, 210 Fifth Street, Louisville. Governor Morrow's proclamation follows : GALLON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., I2T STOCK. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If punishment of criminal offenders was advocated hero by Judge E. T. Sur-le- '. cf Warrenton, temporarily presiding In tho Chatham County Superior Court. The remarks of tho Judge came during the course of a lecture he wu3 delivering to a negro woman who had entered a plea of guilty. He said It Is a grent problem with the judges to determine what to do with some prisoners, especially women. Ho expressed his belief that 250 lashes with a buggy trace In Installments ot fifty would be beneficial to the prisoner and could be well applied In many other enses. Guaranty. .1. Genoa, April 24. The French delegation announced today It was willing It. i !, lO SUUSITIUU . CASTO Ohilclren Cry FLETCHER'S FOR R iA .a IU dor which tho various nations would ngree to abstain from aggression, pro vided it was backed by proper guarantees, considered especially necesn sary in view of tho llusao-Germa- " nfipt -- .. III" nrnnnsflfl ,... lin I""!-- POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED May 1 treaty. Sees Inaugurated First qualified In Its announcement willingness to becomo a party to this past, proposed by Primo Minister Uoyd George of Great Britain, tho French delegation said: "It must bo mado clear that Germany and Russfa havo no aggressive Intentions before tho rest of Europe can agreo to any such pact. "If it involves the neutralization of frontier zones, it may bo useful. If It Involves later some form of armies, It may bobene-flcla- l. of General Campaign of Kind in Service. Without the Postal Service, business would languish In a day, and be at n standstill in n week. Public opinion would die of dry rot Sectional hatred or prejudice only would llourlsh, and s thrive. It Is the biggest distinctive business in tho world and It comes nearer to the Innermost Interests of a greater num ber of men and women than any other Institution on enrth. No private business, however widespread, touches so many lives so often or sharply; no church reaches Into bo many souls, flutters so many pulses, has so many human beings dependent on Its ministrations. "Postal Improvement Week" has been set for May 1, by the Postmaster General. This Is the first general campaign of Its kind In the Postal Service for several decades. Business men and their organizations, large Users of the mall, newspapers, motion pictures, advertisers, and the entire organization of 320,000 postal workers aro to be campaign enlisted In this country-wid- e of interest in postal Improvements. s Your help Is vital. Address your plainly with pen or typewriter. Give street address. Spell out name of State, don't abbreviate. Put your return address In the upper left hand corner of envelope (not on the back) and always look at your letter before dropping In the mall to see if It Is properly addressed. This care In the use of the mails Is for your benefit and speeds up the dispatch and delivery of mall matter. If you have any complaints of poor service make them to your postmaster. He has Instructions to Investigate them and report to the department. narrow-mindedneslet-ter- "Franco Is ready to reduce If others do so, becauso this would decrease expenditures, but It musst afo fect everybody and bo without a for violation." In this connection It was pointed out this afternoon that tho British communiques on tho subject havo indicated that Mr. Lloyd George did tho provision of not contemplato guarantees. gyrating Onco more today tho loop-hol- "Those who have not forgotten the courage of the living and the glorious sacrifice of the dead; those who remember the soldiers of the great war who offered and gave themselves for 9 us, will during the week of April conduct throughout Kentucky a campalgn'to raise $3CO,000 for the purpose of erecting at the University of Kentucky a memorial chapel to perpetuate the lives and deeds and services of the Amelcan soldiers of the great war. "The University of the Commonwealth is linked with the young manhood of Kentucky, and It is therefore fitting that on such a spot there should stand a memorial to the courageous youth of our State. .No real monument or other memorial has been erected In Kentucky for this purpose thus far. I am, therefore, confident that this appeal will reach the heart and the purse of the patriotic citizens We honor ourselves of the State. when we honor those who died for us. We make certain that the spirit of yesterday will live throughout our tomorrows If we honor courage and nobility and sacrifice. "I, therefore, set aside the week of April as War Memorial Week, and call upon the men and women of Kentucky, the sons and daughters of the Republic, those who Inherit and hold alt for which the dead have died to lend their hearts and hands to the success of this campaign. The living offered and the dead gave their lives. We can give out of that which God haa given to us that the memory of their deeds shall abide forever with us." James C. Wilson, of Louisville, who was one of the most successful director of Liberty Loan campaigns in the South, has been appointed State Chairman for this campaign. The following poem, dedicating the Kentucky Memorial Building to the fallen heroes, winner of .i state-wid- e contest, was written by Mrs. Eleanor Duncan Wood, of Maysvllle: 23-223-2- 9 t Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD- - KENTUCKY ARMED MARCHING MINERS ON TRIAL Charges Of Treason Against Union Lenders Selected To Bo First Heard. Charleston, W. Va., AyrP. 24. Charges ot treason, grow.jg out of tho Lcgan march last fall, win; selected today by counsel for the Stater as the flrast upon which nine union leaders and members are to bo tried in tho Circuit Court here. The announced its intention to ena demurrer to tho treason charges ter and to file a motion to quash that indictment. The' opening of the trials of 120 officers and members of the United for the Mine Workers ot America part they are alleged to have taken n In tho march against the Logan coal field last summer, was de layed more than half an hour this morning while court attaches arrang ed to seat In the court the large gathering of defendants, counsel, witnes ses and newspaper men. The' little Jefferson County District Court room was crowded to capacity when the defendants filed In and there was no room for persons not directly interested In the cases. As soon as the arrangements had been made the charges of treason, murdor, insurrection, conspiracy to commit murder and Inciting, aiding and abetting murder were read. Wives and other relatives' ot a number of the prominent defendants wero seated in tho front part of the room. They Included Mrs. C. F. Keeney, wife' of the president of District No. 17, United Mine Workers, and their son, Belmont; Mrs. Fred Mooney, wife of the district secretary, and Mrs. William Blizzard, wife of an organizer. so non-unio- Y by tho Gorman delegates that they would not reply to the Allies second nolo, becauso thy did not wish to endanger tho success of the conference, was received everywhere with frankly uttered words of relief, for almost everybody was beginning to despair secretly that tho conference would end In economic .achievement. The announcement ternating between fears and hopes crisis and punctuated by political which threatened to destroy It sother, set Itself grimly to tho task of readjusting tho economic llfo of Europe. Genoa conference which has been al- Dear Motherland, Kentucky, here we bring The names of these thy sons who nobly died. Who for Thy sake and Freedom's put aside Young Love, and Lusty Life, and Call of Spring, And strode down Death's dark ways adventuring. We cannot bring them back; wo can not glvo To their young eyes tho Joy of sun- for would make an automobile trip thru cumstances the bill will any additional taxes," desUiul the the state soon to size up conditions." "My belief is that we can chalrmau. get enough out of the foreign debt to tako care of therbonus, but I don't want to depend entirely upon that." The chairman said there had not been sufficient discussion to make any forecast as to whether the original cash bonus feature would be He added, however, that It might be that provision would be made for paying cash to men entitled to not more than $100 in adjusted service pay. The House bill fixes this Read how Mrs. Albert figure at S50. Gregory, of R. F. D. No. the total cost 1, Bluford, III., got rid of It was indicated that I her ills. ''During to the Treasury probably would be was awfully weak . . . controlling factor In the committhe My pains were terrific. I tee decision as to this. thought I would die. The beanng-dow- n pains were Senator McCumber expressed the actually so severe 1 could opinion that when the committee had not stand the pressure of decided upon a bonus plan It would my hands on the lower of my stomach . . . be presented to President Harding Fart felt as if life was for his views. Ho said he did not for but a short time. My think tho executive had made up his husband was worried . . . mind to veto any bonus bill that did One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanot specifically provide for means of nac, he came across a financing It. case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try e "K Pains Were Terrific ... CASTO RrA For Infants and Children TAKE rise, nor To eager ears that call they harkened In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of for Tho cardinal among the hills of home. They live But In our hearts and theso tre fugitive. to dust even as they. So to Thy Heart, Kentucky, bring we We "shall go down now t&Z&u CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I look it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "1 continued to get o ter, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiarto women. STATE BANKS WIN POINT IX SUIT WITH TAX BOARD Frankfort, Ky., April 24. State banks which are resisting efforts of a)EPRESSION DAYS LEAVING INDIANA These deathless names. A coronet for thy brow and Beautiful. And thou shnlt pay Unending lienor till Time's latest day. Best-love- Indianapolis. April 22. Bays of business depression In Indiana aro fast passing. Thla Is Indicated by cheorful predictions ot a business revival from leaders In retail, wholesale and Industrial lines. Many factories In Indianapolis nro running at COURTESY And It shall bo throughout the coming years Young It sticks in human relations like s The postago stamps on letters. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT ex- And feol within their own the sacred flames, pects It to bo usod by Us postmasters and employees in dealing- with the "We'll live for what they died for spite of fears," public. Help them In its use bejrlnnlnir So faith shall spring onco aiore from blood and tears. IMPROVEMENT POSTAL with 1022. WEEK, May Keep safe these names; Thy sons who would nut save Themselves at price of Liberty nnd Thee. The "Old Kentucky Home" shall halWOMAN KAIIillOAU OFFICER. lowed bo Throughout tho age3 by the blood they According to officials of tho gave ; and Qulricoy railroad Keep thou them safe. Thy Beautiful and Brave. tho appointment of Mrs. E. J. Aldou, of Chicago, as assistant secretary, Is This poem will bo on marble or tho only instance In this country of a office bronze and placed In tho MeuvtrhU woman holding a corporate Building. with a class one railway. shnlrTU-oudlhero-name- hearts y read theso THANK YOU " the Stato Tax Commission to examlno securities held by them as collateral In order to check up on returns made by their customers won a point today when Judge Robert L. Stout of the Franklin Circuit Court overruled a demurrer of the tax commission to Aro You nappy? tho petition of the Capitol Trust ComIf pany of Frankfort for an Injunction. To be happy you must bo well. The caso probably will be taken to you aro frequently troubled with conyou cannot the Court of Appeals on the demurstipation and Indigestion Tako Chamber- rer. Six hundred and fifty State be altogether happy. banks aro behind the suit. lain's Tablets to correct They are prompt an deffect-ua- l, m OLES TO RUN FOR easy and pleasant to tako. GOVERNOR OF OHIO BONUS FINANCING Youngstown, O., April 22. Mayor PLANS CONSIDERED George L. Oles, of this city, today an22. Various nounced his candidacy for governor Washington, April plans of financing tho soldiers' bonus ot Ohio on an Independent ticket. ot Oles Is not going to sparing were discussed loday at a conference of Senate Finance Committee Repub- "red tire," he said today. Ho told licans, but Chairman McCumber said of some of the features of his prono deflnlto derision had been teach posed campaign. Three weeks boforo ed. Before there Is a conclusion, he election, he said, he will charter a tour said, representatives of tho American private train for a state-wid- e "with a brass band and two freight Legion will be called in. I "I do not think that under any clr- - car loads of red tire." Oles said he these-disorders. ;.; V i :: K Take S g Cardui H s K.,.ilNGTON COMMENT Cnn a government lntcrforo with tho law of supply nnd ilomnnd 1j" legal ennctmunt ami "got away with Mr. it?" Tho question Is to he answered hy experience. Tho United States government, noting ns a city council for tho Capital City, has extended tho Dull Act, hy which rents are regulated and tho relations of tenant and landlord fixed hy law for a further Originally enperiod of two years'. war measure to prevent acted as a profiteering In Washington rental property during tho period when enormous demand sent rents tho act Is now to ho continued as an experiment In peace time regulation of commercial relations. The Individual renter Is not as Jubilant over tho passage of tho act as might he expected. Heal estate men are frankly pessimistic over legislation which, they say, prevents Investment In now rental properties. Those not actively Interested either as renters or as. landlords look with somewhat dubious eyes upon the law, the equity of which Is continually rnllnl In nuestlon. If the government can fix a "fair rental" for property and forbid ono to ask and another to pay a liignor nmount. what can bo urged against the government also fixing what Is .. nricn" fnr coal, or a "fair wane" for a day's work? In wha finninmnntnllv. does tho difference consist between tho price at which n dwelling may be rented, the price at which It may be sold, tho price at which it may he built, tho price at which It may bo lrntcd or lighted? In time of war any legislation which furthers a nation's cause Is Justified. In time of peace it is at least a question whether legislation regulating any class of people or property or thing may not hold more potentiality for harm, In Its undermining of United States principles, than of good In the temporary relief it affords. Washington's experiment will be eagerly, If anxiously, watched bv the whole country. "He it enacted by tho City Council of Some City that It shall hereafter by flno be a misdemeanor, punishable wo-- , and imprisonment, for any man, to have a fever." man or child H any city council did pass such the country would an ordinance, Forbidding symptoms and Hugh. leaving tho cause untouched would point of be considered foolish to the Insanity. Yet what shall bo said of the action which has of a southern city council barring "Jazz" passed an ordinance and from the stage, public dances, homes? perhaps from all auIf reports can be believed, the now somewhat puzzled thorities arc to know where- ordinary music leaves by off and Jazz begins. Is Jazz caused Wagnerian cymbals and drums? music would come under the ban. Is it caused by piccolo notes, high and thrill? Church organs would bo heavy offenders! Is It jazz when a saxophone moans? Never a band in tho country that hasn't a saxophone choir among Its Instrumentation! However, what Is and what is not . some Jazz may bo determined by question Is not so much ukase; the to bo Jazz and thereWhat is fore prohibited, but why prohibit tho symptom and leave the cause untouched? prob-nlil- y This particular instance will more amusoment than afford anything else, and tho chorus of fun poked at this city council by the dally considprsFS is already swelling. But symptom, such action may ered as a well cause serious thought; Amerireca Is founded on law, order, and spect for government, on freedom of thought, religion and action so long as wo lnterfero not with our neighbor's rights. Passage of ridiculous (and not enforceable) law tends to mnko all law Make contempt for law ridiculous. universal, and tho Unltod States must booomo at Rome and Russia Is. sky-war-- I d, During the present year teachers' Examinations will be held 1. May 10 and 20, T922 Regular Examination for Elementary O'er- tlficate. 2. Juno 1G and 17, 1922 Regular Examination for Elomentary Certificate, State Certlf lento nnd State Diploma. . 3. July 23 and 29, 1922 Special Examination for Elementary CertifiSpecial cate held In all the counties. Examination for State Certificate held at tho Department of Education, Frankfort, Kentucky. LOCAL HKVIVAIi IS J. Sept. 15 nnd 1G, 1922 ReguSTILL IX PROGRESS lar Examination for Elementary CerTho series of meetings wero stilt In tificate, and State Diploma. No examination will bo hold In any progress at the local Christian evening. Tho subject county on any other date. No speChurch last was "Parental Duty" and promised cial examination will bo held nt the to be the most Interesting delivered Department of Education In Frankduring tho series. Several have fort, on any other date, except In emergency. been converted and much interest has caso of unquestionable Every applicant must tako the exbeen cxhlbltd by those hearing Miss Cochran, whose sermons have been amination In the county In which he as full of logic and power ns ever resides or nt the Department of EduAny heard here. Of thoso who have heard cation, Frankfort, Kentucky. the lady none have expressed opinions certificate, Issued thru mistake to an other than those of approval and ad- applicant who takes examination elsewhero than In his homo county, miration. will be revoked. Any superintendent making false reports as to residence of applicants WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS Is guilty of a misdemeanor under Sec- YOUR MAIL IS DELAYED Hon 5C of the Common School Law. AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY Any applicant making a grade of S5 per cent or above upon a subject, In one examination, may have this Tho Dead Letter OfTlce has been In grade counted on any succeeding ex-- 1 existence ever since Ren Franklin started our postal service. Even then amlnatlon In this year, nut no people addressed mall to Mr. Kzrklel grades made In a previous calendar Smlthcrs, "Atlantic Coast," nnd ex- year will be counted upon examinapected 15en to know Just where Zeke tions of this year. Grades made in lived. one calednar year will not "bo transPerhaps they had Zeke's address In letters up In the garret, nuijbe n chest ferred to another. After June 1, 1922, all applicants full of 'cm, but then It was easier to let Ren hunt Zeke. Today people nre for certificates must have had one addressing letters tn John Smith, New year of high school work or Its equiYork, X. Y., or Chicago, 111., thinking valent, and In addition thereto Uncle Sam can locate him, which Is weeks normal school work. An Just as Incomplete as was Zeko's tedcher who has had three years of of yore. The Postoffiee DepartIn teaching, ment ask3 you to put the number and successful experience may count this as equivalent of one street in the address. It helps you. year of high school work. Credits j for Normal school work may be -, cured by attending the summer nur-- ! mals, the state normals, or any other - school or college recognized by the State Department for doing normal work. How do you expect the Postal Clerk i No applicant Is eligible to take the to know whether you mean Trinidad, examination who is not 18 years of California, or Trinidad, Colorado? ALWAYS SPELL OUT THE NAME age prior to date of taking tho ex- OP THE STATE IX FULL IN THE amlnatlon. No applicant under IS ADDRESS. 3hould be allowed to take the-- examination for piactlce. Any superin"MORE BUSINESS tendent who permits such applicants IN GOVERNMENT" to take examinations is liable under the laws governing the holding of This apt phrase was used In Presiexaminations. No teacher, who holds s dent Harding's first message to expire nnd applies particularly In postal a csrtlficate which docs not management where postmasters are during the ensuing year, should be being Impressed with the fact that permitted o take the examination. they are managers of local brandies Please note these regulations and of tliu biggest business In tiic world. Instruct your applicants accordingly. Very sincerely, GEORGE COLVIN, State Superintendent. HERE COMES A STRANGER! Frankfort. Ky., April 26. 1922. . Ithoads mother, Mm. RnoSicat llhonds at Union Grove. A largo crowd from this neighborhood attonded tho High School plays nt Pleasant Ridge Inst Thursday and Friday nights. Mr. Noel Patton will leave within a few days for Howling Oren, where ho will enter school. Miss Nonlo Dartlett sp'nt Sunday with Miss Georgia Trogden. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patton ware giinsts of Mr. and Mn. Lou Hoover Sunday. Mr. Ned Chapman and family spent Sunday nfternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patton. SCHOOL NOTES AND RULES OF INTEREST, i $ 550 f. o. b. Toledo i'f nd-dr- Always a good investment, now the greatest Automobile value in America. McHBNRY MANUFACTURING & e- MACHINE CO. tzuutZ &H- DEALERS 2I3aSTOE3E3f22rSKS'... McHenry, Kentucky SHADE TREES Cm-gros- FRUIT TREES ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGE PLANTS BEDDING PLANTS , iratr KwkwkBB&l , Si 'bPo' Its? VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS PLANTS FLOWERS BULBS Let's mnko our post office look neat, Straighten up the Postmaster. rural letter box, Mr. Farmer. Tidy up some, Mr. Rural Carrier. First Impressions nre lasting. Maybe Mr. Stranger, taking notice of these Improvements, will come back, bringing you benefits. Start these with '"POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK" May 10. Mr. - HERREKT Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richmond and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rearden Sunday. Mrs. O. T. Burdette spent Saturday night with Mrs. Laura Mercer, of Aetnavllle. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Klncard and 3011 Otis, Mr. and Mr3. Amos Flower? of Ensor, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burdette visited Mrs. Luclnda Crowe, of Aetnavlllo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bruner, spnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Flowers, of Patesvllle. Mrs. Nannie Brown of WhMosvIlIe, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller Saturday. Several of the young people of this place went to Utlca Friday, to attend tho Oratorical Contest. I Tho oil wells are progressing ntce-- 1 ly here, they having struck a "gush-or- " on the farm of Amanda Stewart. Tho oil gushing to tho height of 50 feot. Rev. Craig, of Owensboro, will fill his appointment at Panthor Oroek church Saturday and Sunday. Sunday school and prayer meeting aro progressing nicely at this place. Everything in Flowers From Seeds to Trees TAPSC0TT FLORIST HUMANIZING THE POSTAL SERVICE "There Is no unimportant person or part of our service. It Is u total of Is human units and their the key to Its success. In Its last nnnlysls. postal duties nre accommodations performed for our neighbors and friends and should be so regarded, rattier than as a hired service performed for an absentee employer.'' Postmaster General Hubert Work. OWENSBORO, KY. Write for Catalogue. tiful Sunday morning last summer. Miss Janet Sunter, 22 jars old, of Eureka, Cal., voiced hor delight lij whistling her favorite tunes. A mar and his wife were so disturbed by t'.e Impromptu concert that they Mclied a policeman. When tho policeman attempted to arrest her, Miss Sunter, who weighs only 115 pounds; unceremoniously and indiscriminately dls- tr'uutcu' hlack eyes and bruised shins to tne two men. A lnucu-nuxc- u jury of seven mon and flvo women have ' Just awarded her a verdict of $2000 damages for false arrest. ! ammmjmASr flBHi "FOOT-FITTERS- Wma HAMBQNE'S MEDITATIONS MISS t HOIITON LUCY SAY AK SHE JE$' KNOW KIN EAT $H AK Horton coal mines nro running good now. Mr. and Mr. Andy I'ortor of this place, are visiting Mr. Porter's undo, Mr. Joe Young, of Spring Lick. Mrs. Harvo Travis and children with bur fath:-r- , spent the wook-en- d Mr. Van May. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Porter spont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Llgo Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Thomas spent Saturday night with Mr. Van May and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Thomas Bpent Sunday with their son, Mr. W. II. Thomas and family. . Mo'N ENNY-BOD- Y EVUH SEED, EN JAT SO NEVUH i - , -' SPEC CEPM AH AlN j j KENTUCKY WOMEN DROWNED IN ILLINOIS HAD PAT MUCH -- SOT BEFO' ME! vJ 26. Mrs. Ruth notified today her mint, SUNDAY WHISTLER 'Mrs. H. R. Dillon, and the latter'a AWARDED $2000 daughter wero drowned In tho flood J nt Brooks, 111. Mr. DUbou was badly Going homo from church ono beau hurt and may dlo. i Paris Ky., April W33 Myers Complete Line of " OUR EDMONDS WILL FIT MORE FEET COMFORTABLY AND PROPERLY THAN ANY OTHER LAST IN EXISTENCE. This specialty manufacturer models these lasts in such a manner that the shoes will accommodate the Feet comfortably and their outward appearance present Harmonious and Graceful linc3. In this manner, Style is introduced, without the sacrifice of comfqrt. In this, as well as in materials and workmanship, the genuine Edmonds excel all others. "FOOT-FITTERS" U.UIXKTTS UR1XIC Mlssos Theltnn Patton and Sadlo Wade wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernost Pattpn, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhonda and children spent Saturday night with BASE BALL GOODS! We Invite Your Inspection. Price $7.00 Ohio County Drug Company C4pyrlht. 19U by McCiun CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. Y Nwipipf SjtmJIciW