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NUMBER 45 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1922. under treatment (or the malady (or NOCREEK SINGING CONVENstraighten it out. In some way, unseveral months and was thought to NO CHANGE IN THE TION HELD SUNDAY APRIL no. known, tho chain wa3 charged with CHINESE IN BATTLE . have been getting better, when he electricity, both men receiving tho COAL SITUATION SENATOR HARRY NEW became much worse a few days beThe Northern division of the Ohio full shock. Mr. Fisher, who Is a NEAR PEKIN'S GATES fore Ills death. County singing convention mot nt very strong and muscular man. was Upsides his wife and little son, able to withstand tho shock until res- Nocreek, Sunday April .10, 1922. Mr. Jlagan Is survived by his parents, In tho absence of Ue, pre3ldeat, cuers turned off the current, but Mr. 11 Personality Big Factor In and four brothers, Elvte, Clyde and U. S. Not Planning To Act Mr. Ozna Shultz was choccn to pre- Shoulders, who was weaker physical- - u Speeds Troops North Edgar, of tho Cedar Orovo comIn Strike; Data I3 . Iy, was killed almost instantly. side Instead. Indiana G. O. P. To Meet Chang's munity, and Carl, of Idabel, OklahoTho deceased was 34 years of age, Tho Incumbent secretary, after Gathered. Primary. 100,000 Men. ma. many years of efficient service, hav- and was an expert miner, having Funeral services were conducted ing passed to his reward, Mr. C. IC. made the highest record for cutting from tho New Haymtis Christian coal of any other miner in district Carson was chosen secretary. Uy Everett C. Wntklns. by Rev. Washington, May 2. Indications Church, last Wednesday, Pekln, May 3. Heavy cannonadAfter song by the congregation, No. 23, during the World War. Ho Washington. May 3. Naturally Joseph Arton. Iltirlal of tho remains were given today that the administra- Rev. Granville Jaggors (resident pas- was a resident of the Midway neigh- ing was in progress yesterday at vation policy toward the bituminous tor) delivered the welcome uddress, borhood. His wife, who was before rious points along the front extenddisappoint- - tok P'"ce In the cemetery near by there- Is some- personal coal strlko would remain unchang- - which was responded to by Kev. her marriage, Miss Fannie Fisher, ing from Jlachang, south of Tientsin, 'tnmit In lno1iliiftnn lippnusn nt tll ' ed for tho present, altho President Uuckner, of Ileaver Dam. two children, nge three, and one and across the country to the vicinity of defeat of Senator Hnrry S. New for MISS COCHRAN'S REVIVAL DROUGHT TO CLOSE APRIL :i Harding's advisers and officials con- Tho following classes sang threo one halt years, respectively, and two rekln. Severe fighting occurred at renomlnatlon in the Indiana primary, I a point along the Hun Ho River, thircorned have given attention recently song3 each In both' the forenoon and brothers survive him. yet those who liavo been New sympa Tho series of meetings which had to proposals looking to Intervention afternoon. Nocreek, T. P. Carson, Burial of the remains took place ty miles south of this city, where 40,-Othizers readily agree, as thoy look troops of General Wu Pie-Fforward tn November, that Albert J. been conducted In Hartford at the In tho Industry by tho government. A leader; Mount Herinon, Mrs. Lydla last Friday, In the Render burying the tendency for coal production Westerfield, Leader; Shinkle Chapel, grounds. central Chinese leador, endeavored lleerldge will bo a tower of strength Christian Church, under tho leader-sligto force a crossing u crdei to gala -- -t notwithstanding the Sherman Howard, leader; Liberty, on tho Republican ticket, and they ship of Miss Alpha Cochran, of the to increase control of tho Pekln-TiensEpiscopal Conference, strike, fairly peaceful conditions In Horace Tajlor, leader; Hartford, W 51. E. CHURCH S. ELECTS confidently predict tho Hoosler state Methodist Rail road. Kansas, was brought to a close Sun- - mining districts as evidenced by con- - J. Bean leador; Williams Mines, Bird wilt remain In the O. 0. P. column. WOMEN TO CONFERENCE General Chars Tso-Llgovernor Members of tho Hooslor delegation day night, April 30. Tho meeting fidentlal reports from almost every Lee, leader, of Manchuria and head of the opposwas largely attended nt every se" locality from government agents, and Nocreek Junior class, led by Tho in the House, all of whom have Mrs. J. H. Dickey, one of LouisJ. W. Miller, favored us with a ville's mo3t prominent club women, ing forces, from his headquarters-nea- r been renominated, are among those 'vice, both afternoon and at night, undisturbed price levels, It was Tientsin ordered trains to conwere dared, might allow operators and a number of professions and (splendid sor--- Just before wo dlsband-llowrldthat who declare with confidence will be among tho twolvo delegates repast service In the elected by district conference thruout vey the main body of his 100,000 will be n winner, with tho made. Miss Cochran recently held miners to work out adjustments ed to attack-thbeautiful grove surrounding the the United States who will attend the soldiers to the. front south of tho state rolling up another Impressive revivals at NoCrcok and Washington, eventually without federal action. Great Wall. Two JIanchurian airSecretary Hoover lias had under church. a,ia " ,s believed that she did a great majority. general conference of the Southern planes flew over Tientsin and Immediately after reassembling we 5Iethodlst Church which Recognizing Mr. Bovorldge's qunll- - amount of good In both communities, way a study of tho Industry, particu- begin a will , westward. tie3 as n statesman and powerful and In Hartford also. Miss Cochran larly with reference to market con-- were favored by songs by the follow- - four weeks' session May 3, in Hot Later airplanes dropped bombs near - is n splendid speaker, and Is so good dltlons which occasion In It part-tim- e Ing quartettes: j cmpalgner, they consider his nomlSprings, Ark. This year, for the first Liberty choir, D. M. Stewart, J. R. time in the history of the 'church, 'the station at Hwangtsun, only a-nation Is good for tho party and In- - that people fell In love with both ' operations and Intermittent employ-- j euros a November trlump for the en- - she and her assistant, Miss Hendrlx. ment. It was not indicated today, McCoy, Chas. Lee and Horace Taylor, women have been appointed to tho short distance from here. Advices received by military atMount Herman, Mrs. Fleetwood general church conference which Is tiro Republican ticket. Democratic When the peoplo bade them farewell however, that these studies had dl- was leaders prof fssed to regard Senator Sunday night, they had n feeling that rtct reference to the wage contro- - Ward, Frank Duke, Mrs. Dudley the supreme lawmaking body of the taches here said Wu Pie-(F- u sending troops Northward at tho New's defeat as a slap at the admin- - It might bo the last time they would versy which caused the national Westerfield and Carl Renfrow. denomination In tho United States. NocreeK, T. i'. carson, u. i san- - (Mrs. Dickey is tho only woman, who greatest posslblo speed. Istratlon, but there is no basis for evor clasp tneir nanus again, out u is siriKe, nut 11 was consiuereu tney Fifty thousand of HI3 troops, consuggestion, since Mr. Bevorldgo hoped by all that we may have them might have some indirect bearing, defur, J. A. Bilbro and Currey Wal- - will represent the Louisville confer thelr was profuse In his praise of President In this community again soon. They Secretary Davis was also understood lace, also a mixed quartetto by Mrs. ence, with threo other lay delegates centrated at Paotlngfu, are being ra- Harding and pledged his loyal sup- - loft Hartford this week for Scotts-- ( to hava gathered data on a variety of nettle Miller, Mrs. Currey Wallace, and four clerical delegates. They informed from the Yangtze provjvllle, where Miss Cochran will assist plans submitted looking to federal T. P. Carson and J. A. Bilbro. port to the administration. are: John II. Gilliam, Scottsvllle; E. inces. Twenty thousand others, reSome of them involve crea- The Nocreek juniors then sang an- - S. Boswell, Loulsville.and D. G. Simp- cruited from Shantung, are marching Mr. Ueverldge. In his campaign the Rev. Cantrlll in a revival at that action. 's against Chang south"I place. Rev. Cantrlll was formerly Hon of federal regulatory commls- - other song, after which Miss Alpha son, Bowling Green, lay delegates. The addresses, declared repeatedly: will itnml bv and fight with Warren pastor of the NoCreek and Washing- - sioas, and are in line with House Cochran was asked to address the clerical delegates will be Dr. A. L. eastern stronghold at Machang. Two thousand dead and wounded proposals labor commlttea which convention. Her subject was "Christ" Kasey, Hopkinsville; T. L. Hulse, J. Harding as long as he Is President ton churches. have been put before President Hard-iau- d 1 hope and expect will be for the address was such as only Henderson; W. R. Wagoner, Horse were found on the field after tho which Ing by Chairman Nolan and Repre- - she can deliver. It was received by Changslntlen, SINGING CONVENTION AT outside of h n..t Keren voars." Cave, and C. W. Hummel, Bowling battle at ItOSIM LAHGELV ATTENDED sentatlvo Bland, Republican, India- - a (for the time being, at least) very Green. There will be more Pekln. The booming of cannon was Is pointed out that all It also than 500 na, in the Bland bill. serious anil thoughtful people. of the Hooslor members of the delegates attending tho conference, heard in Pekln all last night, but the fVio pnnvnnHnn ni!!niirn- .. -- w.-. Representatives of operators In ( fMA 4 "ilouse Have been quite as consistent! crowd attended the! many of them from foreign countries cannonading ceased this morning. Despite the continuation of trench the cd to meet again at Ltbetry, the fifth nnd ardent In their support of tho singing convention which convened . various districts, and also of Louisville Herald. warfare, many foreigners. Including v as has Senafor New, ' at the Roslne Baptist church Sunday, United Mine Workers, have kept 'Sunday in July, unless further notice administration legation guards, went outside the and all have been renominated, some April 30. Three choirs were pres- -' closely In contact with tho researches given thru the 'paper, 5LVRRIAGE LICENSES city to view the hostilities. Your humble scribe believes that even having opposition in the ont. whlcn were Roslne. Sugar Grove work and discussions. None of them, not RECENTLY ISSUED Corporal Mason, an American however, anticipate any action for he expresses tho sentiment of all primary. Whilo President Harding and Hickory. I marine, from Colorado, was shot in personal fondness for Senator choirs were very enthusiastic the momont from the executive de- - present that the day was well spent The has a J. W. Brown, Equality, to Molllo the arm, but was not wounded serf- -' and was enjoyed by all of the many Ntw, as do all who know him, It is and were very much con'plimnted partments Durham, Equality. ously. Ohio County Citizens attending. has an aiViiratlon for their most excellent singing, known, too.that he Milliard Grubb, Rockport, to DaiJOHN GAINES LLOYD C. K. CARSON, Secy. French employes at the locomotive The houso was called to order by for Mr. Beveridgo's big ability and sy Sanders, Rockport. IS BURNED TO DEATH works at Changslntlen narrowly esa statesman and leader, the chairman, Bro. Gran Christian. qualities as Ezra Lee Taylor, Livia Route 2, to caped when a bomb, dropped from 5IRS. ALFRED XELSOX Tho President, while neutral in the j Welcome address, Bro. J. W. Phar-IndiaHazel Davis, Livia, Route 2. Lloyd, better known John Gaines DIES IX LOUISIANA an airplane, destroyed the works. primary, as he will bo In the rls. John N. Autry, Central City, to county as "Tumpy" is continuing to Gen. Wu Pel-F- u primary of his own state of Ohio and I Singing, led by Roslne choir fol- - throughout the Rae Miller, Beaver Dam. morning 5Irs. Alfred Nelson, aged 49 years, Elthel send troops west of Pekln In an enstates, will bo Interested In tho lowed by Sugar Grove, Roslne Junior met his death Tuesday other Delbert Barnard, BIcHenry, Route deavor to envelop General Chang's. when ho was accidentally burned to dIeil at ner ilome m shreveport, La., election of Republican senators and class, and Hickory adults, nephew, jat 9:55 o'clock, Friday morning of J- - t0 Waneta Cooper, Beaver Dam northwestern wing. This precipirepresentatives In November. The best of order prevailed thruout d eath. at tho homo of his 2 Fer-,ia- st week, of a complication of tated fighting, lasted all night It Is considered that the Indiana the session. The house adjourned Ir. W. W. Lloyd, near Barrett's W. C. Fogle, JIcHenry, to.5Iaud at Fengtal, ten miles from Pekln. elgnt eases. She formerly resided in this 2:30 o'clock to meet at 5It. Pleas-c- al ry. He was eighty years, senatorial primary had little politi-Jmonths and seven days old, and had county, having been born and reared Austin, 5IcHenry. Rear Admiral Joseph Strauss, significance, representing, as It ant, Sunday, July 30. Smith Claugh, Falls of Rough, to commander of tho United been In feeble health for the past in tim nmin rnnntrv. Before her States personalities I did, a contest between several months, but was able to bo niaraB0 she was Miss Mattye Temple Ireno Carter, Falls of Rough. Asiatic fleet, was due to arrive la rather than a battlo over Issues. The f?li:s, 1 :i:i IS PAID AS Justus uenirow, jiurso uram.ii, lu Pekln tonight to confer with Jacob Wi.-.- -t !... I.......a.wf I.I.. INHERITANCE TAX ' l the most of the time. After ch,nn, daughter of Mr. J. S. Chlnn, inieillUll .ur. iicuuku imiucoscu ma . (breakfast the fatal morning, he re- -' deceased, and Mrs. Chinn. Her re- - Cora Burden. Horse Branch. Gould Schurman .the American min personality and ability on the voters, Floyd Midklff, Narrows, Route J, ister, regarding njeasuros for tho . . .. , "turned to his room, and in a shorU,,i., i,mwi,t - tn :, i,nm nf -Involved, and with no special Issue """ riuuMuii, J mu) o, innerit-.m,,' ner mouier" ai ueaver ua .uuuu. to Zella Brown, Sunnydale. Pekln is protection of foreigners. " "'"""-- ; "' tho stronger personality triumphed. nnco taxes due tho State from forty-'"",. .1 n il Felix Lashley, JlcIIenry, to Polly considered thoroly protected, , t If I ll.n Hnnskv unu iuuuu sinco . .j... burial- tooK place ruesaay in uie ,nni, eiueieu me iram .i...inn. d. .m.i Dobbs, McHenry. Hroptaco burned to death Ills I Cemetery at that place.. the city's gates are closed at night W. fi. IIKXXKTT IS GIVK.V Aprn total $23,138.88. according in tll of Goldie Glvens, Central City, to Sal-li- o and the streets are patrolled by Chiclothing had already burned off of In addition to her mother Jlrs. i m'ltiMMSK niliTllDAY DIXXEIl ,i.oD ni.ii i.v Lee Zachery, Echols. " l.tn ni.l l 1i u fmn uia r flrn by four brothers, nese troops. Nelson Is, survived Wells, chairman of tho State Tax, '""'""" eeblo-mliidntlfi 5Iessrs. A. S. and Owen Chinn, Beaf "Tumpy" was,.,.,. ... . WHS II.. MOtl. l..4l..1.. n ... 1..A..A ti, uaacaaiiiuxitB ntn lwUlIiyniftSIUU. IHU lOlll UllUIUUjr jUiiy lirSlv lliu CERALVO LOUISVILLE 5IARKETS ' uui ,l..t..M '" nail ueeu suu:u uuiii, I..., uuuub life ver Dam, Leo Chlnn, Akron, Ohio ... Tw t ttrirw? tn1nf tn iUn A tl flit HI nt TtlK f Tlnniirttf ho a c'lv V and Herbert Chlnn, Hartford. city. A number of his friends ami lie Accounts for certification to the 51r. and Jlrs. Owen Jones visited Cattlo Jlidweek trado ruled acwalking over tho county. on Clay sheriffs of tho various counties for tlmo in relatives met at his home, relatives In Evansvllle, Ind., recent- tive on the best offerings, with prices ZACHEUY GIVKXS him would draw a crowd about Street, and surprised him with a cele- collection. ly. 5Ir. Jones has returned home, fully steady to firm. Best handy-weig- ht went, entertaining them Tho largest tax on tho ILst is that wherever he bration. Those present were: 5Ir readily at firm French-harZachery, of Echols while Mrs. Jones remained for a few 51iss Salllo Lee butchers sold with singing, playing a JV C. Bennott, J. . Her and Mrs. of tho estato of tho late Simon Wolf showing them pocket knives and oth- and 5lr. Goldie Glvens, of Central days visit. rates; medium and inferior kinds un- - , Lexington, which will pay $C, 417.-Alv- ls Hon. of Clarence 5Ioore, Owensboro, 51r. Vernon Everly, who for some changed. Best heavy cows In good, carried about him. City, were united in tho holy bonds Louisville, Mr. and! 30. Tho estate of Thomas B. Young er trinkets that he S. m v of matrimony, at the. 5Iethodlst Par- time has beon residing at Kimbly demand, choice up to ?77.2G. that of Hal Price Headloy of ED5IOXH ALIiEX HEXXETT Mrs E. P. Bennett and little grand-.an- d sonage, Hartford, Wednesday after- Jllnes has moved on tho Rockport and cutter cows unchanged ; daughter, 5Iartha Joan, Washington, of Union County must pay $1,631.41, CELEBRATES 8TII BIRTHDAY noon at 2:00 o'clock. The Rev. T. road. canners $2.25 down. Bull values Mrs. James Ilartlett, 5llsses 5lattyo Lexington, $3,757.40. Misses 5Iary and Graco Staples, steady, tops $5 5.25. Undertone) T. Frazier performing the ceremony. Tho smallest tax certified was that Gay and Ruth Lolsuro, Shinkle Chap51rs. Foster Bcnnott entertained a The bride Is the attractive daughter Jlessrs. Ernest Rold and Crandal steady in the heavy steer division, v el, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Tlchenor and on tho estate of John.Herpst of of th(J mtlo folkB Wednes- - of air. and 5Irs. John Zachery, while Bastln of Nelson, were tho guests of with few offered. Good outlet for sons, Auburn nnd Erton, 51r. and Mrs. viuo totaling fi.uu. day afternoon, at her home on Wash- the groom Is a handsome young man, Jlisses Corn and Ora Everly, Sunday.' the best quality stockers and feeders, J. C. Bennett and son, Oscar, Mr. ington Street, in honor of her son, a prosperous miner, and the son of 5Ir. and Mrs. John Boone and son, but a slow and unsatisfactory trado Judge 5tack Porter of Beaver Dam, Edmond Allen's eighth birthday. Tho Mr. and Jlrs. Jim Glvens. Both the Paul, of Echols, were recent guests was noted on medium and common and 5Irs. Illnton Leach and 5Irs. Jnmos Balrd, .city. All present re- who recently underwent an operation room wng beautifully decorated with contracting parties are very popular of 51rs. Bonne's sister, 5Irs. Lea light stockers at lower rates. port an enjoyable time. for appendicitis at St. Josephs In- pink and 'White roses. Dollghtful re- with the set. In which they moved. Tlchenor and 51r. Tichenor. Calves Trado active with prices firmary, Louisville, stood the opera- freshments of lemonade, strawberry They have the. best wishes of their 5Irs, L. P. Fulkerson was the 50c up. Best veals $7.50 down; meERNEST 5IAGAN DIES tion well, and Is Improving nicely. served. many friends for a long and happy guest of her uncle, 51r. Caleb Kimb-le- y dium and common light calves sold Ico cream and cake was XEAIt CEDAR GROVE played and all guests married life. Games were and 51rs. Kimbley, at'lClmbloy from $2 4.50. '5Irs. I. S. Mason, County School report Hogs JIarkot active and prices nlqo tl,UBi Those present O 5Iines last week. today wero. Llttlo Mlsses Mr. Ernest Bryan 5Iagan, age 25 Superintendent, will return nnj9 cook, Het-fro- OHIO COUNTY CITIZEN 5Ir. Ed Carroll, who has been re- steady on nil weights. Largo supply Bowling Green, wjiere she has Ue Rlley Cars0Ili Lols Jane niley, years, 9 months and 21 days, died KILLED ACCIDENTALLY siding in tho Oscar Brown property, readily disposed of. Best hogs 120 nt the homo of his father, in the been since Tuesday, attending tho Sarah schroater and Lulu D. 5Iartin; lbs up brought $10.40; 120 lbs down, I has moved to Centertown. Barclay Shoulders, who for some Cedar Grove country, this county, Convention of the Superintendents. Mastera Bnis Maddox Foster, James Little 5Ilss Nora Everly visited her $9; throwouts $7.75 down; stags Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp is attending CarllBie Gillespie, Beverly and Joseph time has been employed with the Bea- aunt, Jlrs. Emma Fulkerson, Satur- $0.25 down. April 25, of dlabotes. He. was tho youngest son of 5Ir. tho duties of Mrs. Mason's office dur-- . jnllor JamC8 Lestor Fulkerson, Ray- ver Dam Coal Company, at Williams day and Sunday. Sheep and Lambs Market actlvo and Mrs. G. C. Mngan, a prosperous ing her absence, 5Ir. D. R. Holsley, who was badly and prices generally stoady on both mond Sanders, Charlie Baize, J. O. 5IInes, wns accidentally killed In tho farmer, and well liked by all who Riley nnd William Fostor and Ed- - 51lne Wednesday of last weok. 5lr. hurt by p. plow, several days ago, is shoep and lambs. Best spring lambs flir. anu .Mrs. aiorton j. uoiurooK mom, Aon nonnett. know him. Ho was married to 5Ilss Shoulders together with his brother-in-la- convalescent. $17 down; seconds $11.13. Best fat Mniittt Mnv Rratcher. July first. 191C. and little sons, Simpson, 51. J. and 5Ir. William Lee Fisher, was wool Miss Jlargaret Hunter has received clipped sheop, $7.50 down; J Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bennett, of operating an electric coal cutting ma- word that her nephew. Dr. O. W. sheep $7,75 bucks $3 3.50. Best- to them wero born ono son, Ronald, Woodrow, Whltesvlllo, 5Ir. nnd 5Irs. now four years of ago. Mr. JIagan Yolser Lashbrooks and little sons, Owonsboro, wero guests among rela- - chine, and In an attempt to move Overhults, who had been In the hos-plt- fall lambs $12 down. Produce. erected a home on his farm some time Frooman and Austin 5Iorrls, 5Iason- - tlves and friends In the Nocreek coun-vll- e, tho machino to a new position In the at Pueblo, Colo., has recovered wero tho guests of 5Ir. Hoi- - try Sunday. 5Irs. Bennett returned room, tho chain used In connection sufficient to return to his homo at Eggs Candled, 19c dozen. last year, and lived there until ho Poultry lions, 20c; roosters 10c; liecamo so 111 that ho was unablo to brook's and 5Irs. Lashbrook's lath-- , home Sunday afternoon, whllo Mr. with a jack, to movo tho machino, Cedar Edge. work on tho farm, then moved to or, Judge J. D. Holbrok and Mrs. Bennett romalned for a few days, became kinked and both Shoulders Jlisses Ora and Cora Everly visit- ducks 20c; guineas $3. CO per dozen. with relatives. ; and Fisher reached for the chain to ed relatives at McHenry last week. Butter Creamery 39c lb. itho homfl of his father. He had been Holbrook, city, Sunday. " - u, ht ln ! I n, ' I de-JM- ? ge ' ' pro-cofd- ed - Tso-Lin- j I i... I ,, I na ' , dis-nu- te nt j T... I -- -- .. "" """ - ...."""' "; T1 - sun-nysl- de niov t ' T ' !! .ani. ei "J0"' "f p, ' . Jle-dlu- Louis-'numb- er Urn m al imiMaid SELLING BLOOD Twenty-Fiv- e Respond To Hospital. One Call From By Hnnford Macnldor, National Oiniinnnilcr, American I.Cgloil. Am- pnrtlim citizens of their communities Wo havo nsked nil dur Jobless to go back to their homo towns. Now we art their homo towns to help them. 01 ve them workl Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion, flatulence- are symptoms of n torpid liver. No ono can feel well whllo tho liver Is Inactive Horblno Is n powerful liver stimulant. A dose or two will cause all bilious symptoms to disappear. Try it. Trice COc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug co. : CHINA HOLDS LANTERN FETE A Illinois Central System Clears Up Point Gods Welcomed Back From Vacation By Songs And Parades. By Edna Leo Booker. Shanghai, April 29. Now Orleans may have its Mardl Qras, St. Louis Its Veiled Prophet Parade, Paris Its Bastllo Day, Dallas its Stato Fair, but Shanghai has its Lantern Feast and Festival. Pink rabbits the kind that grow only In dreams, story books and China exquisite lotus blossoms, red fish, with great staring eyes; yellow dragons, with long, undulating bodies, and any number of other flowers, fish and animals, aro Invading the Chinese city and the settlement and giving a bright note of color and romance to gray, rainy Shanghai. The annual Lantern Festival and Feast ot the Lanterns ha3 Just been celebrated In China. In tho Chinese homes tho older boys miido the lanterns of paper, silk, cloth and bamboo for their little brothers and sister to carry on Lantern Day. Holil Many Supercilious. There aro many superstitions and customs regarding the Lantern Festival, which by the way, Is one of tho most spectacular of tho many Chinese religious celebrations. The Feast of the Lanterns dates back some two thousand years to the Han dynasty and was originally a ceremonial worship held during tho first full moon of the new year to bring the New Year's celebrations officially to a close. Chinese also declare that during the Chinese New Year all the gods have been off to heaven on a vacation and that on their return to the earth the people give them a cordial welcome by shooting oft firecrackers holding lantern processions, giving theatricals and employing the singsong boys to clang their cymbals and blow their flutes in the temples and private gardens Picturesque ProcovOoni. In the Interior cities of China and picturesque laneven. In Shanghai tern processions are held. Hundreds of boys, In gorg?oii9ly embroidered coats, carrying the lighted flowers, birds and animals, wend their way thru the narrow, dark little streets chatting crowded with laughing, Chinese, all "out for a good time." The feature of a procession is the great, wriggling, undulating dragon, from thirty to forty feet in length, which Is carried on the shoulders of boys whose heads are hidden in the brilliantly Illuminated facsimile body of tho great monster. Bands of Chinese, costumed In reds and greens, richly embroidered and with elaborate headdresses, playing the weird, haunting music of the Orient, are features ot the procession. Besides the great flower lanterns, which are very beautiful, are trick animals, performing horses, water buffloes drawing water, various gods such as one sees In the temples and illuminated busts of heroes of China, and oven of America. from the dragons Tho candle-end- s aro sought by childless women, eager for souvenirs. Lanterns are hung on tho pagodas.-whicreach toward the skyt like great plno trees, and when lighted the pagodas give the effect, at a distance of giant Christmas trees. la tho temples special prayers are offered by the Tourists, and theatricals 'astlng three days aro held In mauy Buddhist temples. Tourists who came to China during the Chinese Now Year celebrations had a glimpse into the picturesque story bok life ot the ancient Orient, which is unchanged by foreign Influence. - About Railway Net Income. Tho net railway operating Income of tho Class I railroads ot tho fulled Stales for 1921 was at tho rato of 3.31 per cent upon their tentative valuation as established by the Interstate Commerce Comg purposes. Many have construed this Io mean that the railroads realized a not mission for Income of .1.31 per cent available for dlvldonds, enlargements nnd Improvements. This Is fnr from being true. There Is a great difference between "net railway operating Income" and "not Income." rate-makin- IntHannpoHs, April 20. Tho erican Legion repeats Its appeal every American to oxort himself and Deadly gases that were developed to Join with his neighbor In giving man for war purposes are now being tried employment to tho out by the United States Department who needs It. It was our estlmato that 700,000 of Agrlculturo as a means for deot our comrades wcro out of work stroying noxious birds, animals, and and In great need. In nearly every insects. Somo of them promise to bo city and town of the country groups useful when applied under proper citizens havo come conditions, particularly those that are of public-spirite- d forward with Jobs to relievo tho suf- heavier than air and can bo used on fering of our buddies. In many In- burrowing rodents, and possibly substances tho work offered, and so terranean Insects and pests In storNor ed products. Kladly received, Is temporary. Tho most recent proposal Is to use lias there been enough to go around. Our appeal Is not for a day only. gas to kill destructlvo birds that conWe are constantly nuking every com- gregate In marshes. In tho coming munity to give deep thought to this fall tho Biological Survey, in cooperaproblem and to do everything pos- tion with the Chemical Warfare Sersible to provide work for these men. vice, is planning to make a trial of Undoubtedly the worst condition Is tho method on blackbirds In the ImIn that fn the largo cities where these young perial Valley of California. heroes thruout tho cold winter havo region theso birds are said to do at tramped the streets from early morn- Isast $50,000 worth of damage to the ing to late at night, trying to find a mllo crop each year. Because of their job, any kind of a Job, that would feeding habits It is Impossible to deenable them to live In the country stroy these birds with poisoned baits, they fought to preserve. Always be- but, as they roost on tho reeds In the hind these men are tho women and marshes, It is thought that they can children suffering as they suffer, be killed by a gas cloud at night when the wind Is favorable. The blackstarving as they starve. Tho World War was 3,000 miles birds are migratory and return to the away to most Americans until our same places year after year. It Is own casualty lists began to bo print- thought that a big killing In a certain ed. This need of employment by tho locality will probably free it of the service man may seem to be exag- - pests for many years. A few other blackbird-Infeste- d In tho gerated or not to exist in your com- - birds munlty Just becauso you don't seo marshes will bo killed at the same It. But tho unemployment casualty, time, but tho department believes lists are In your very neighborhood. that theso local birds will soon reach Find the victims and help them! You their normal numbers again, will find them eager and ambitious j Arrangements also are being made by tho Biological Survey with the io help themselves. Chemical Warfare Service for invest!- To Job. Foot Races ' .,.....-.--- .. ii.. ,!.. nnrntiu nf Heine nnlsnn . un In Cleveland the legion maintains gases on such burrowing rodents as a barracks for Its unemployed bud ,., ,, , " " ' " rnn,l snulrrels dies. Theso men have been picking iali "d woodchucks Tests on bypocket up money by supplying almost all these and ground squirrels the blood needed for transfusion soplior two cooperating branches of the Gov operations at Lakeside Hospital. Ono ernment in California show that chloeall for blood came at 8 o'clock ono may bo used with good results it morning, and a few minutes later rine Tho Chemical men appeared handled, properly. twenty-fiv- e Warfare Service used phosgene on at the hospital, ready to sell their rats in Porto Rico with promising re- .. --oaoo will -- . "- .!. of Dallas, Texas. Ill , An I.u. uu. UO COHIlJillOU " for a long period and just ou t Of hlS for the killing oi wooucnucKa and a "Male Help Wanted" ad . Don, W i i,ir .. -. ... .... hnrrnws. Two other men UlMVl luuiuia in the newspaper. Entomologists of the department They saw It at the same time. have already worked In cooperation snuirht a street car. The In testing .. i n luil- fnntf nmri It- fnr with tho War Department -., raisMia i" n!1 in3eCt nests of grow ; v Mile and beat tho other applicants. ing plants and those that Infest stor t'o a job. ed grain, but It has not yet been comTwelve majors, 5 naval advisable to recommend anymanders, 27 captains and nearly 100 found thing to take the place of hydrocylieutenants of tho days of glory ap- anic-acid gas or carbon bisulphide. plied for any kind of jobs at tho leThe serious disadvantages ot many gion employment bureau. New York, of theso now gases Is that they are In the space of a fow months;. dangjrous or very Irritating to men, man of Emporia, An mules, and require the jobless and stranded In Chica- horses, and use of masks and great care In handlgo, was promised a Job In Los ing. Cal. Lacking money to get there, Uo started walking selling When tho baby takes too much chewing gum bought with borrowed food tho stomach turns; the result Is money to pay his expenses. "It's Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. miles, but jobs aro scarce," ho Frequently tho bowels are Involved said. and there is colic pains and diarBaby Lost Him Job. rhoea. McGce's Baby Elixir Is a In Providence, H. I., a young grand corrective remedy for the stoman was "fired" becauso ho mach and bowel disorders of babies. stayed at homo the day a child was It Is pure, wholesome and pleasant to born to his wife. He hadn't money take. Price 35c and COc per bottle. and Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m enough" to get an attendant he hasn't oven a place to work, iow tho he has searched diligently. TOY .MAKING REBUILDS VETS Ono legion post In Now York had saved up money, gained by dances and ontertaininonts, for several years 29. April Washington, back, intending to build a nice clubwar veterans can bo cured house. But they cnudn't do It and by putting thorn to work making seo their buddies shivering in Bryant toys. Tark. They took their money, went So declares Edward G. McCandl3h, to tho park at midnight and blew n war veteran himself and well "mojfi call." Four hundred known as a portialt painter ami u-- j men linod up I" a fow minutes. lustrntor of children's books, who has This ono post fed those men In formed such a class at tho St. Elizaeach night until Its build- beth's Hospital hero. ing fund was exhausted. This method of curing afflicted Thankful for Suiiuiior. veterans, tho expounder of tho theory Iloro is an ox tract from a lottor nvor. tunds to develop tho Initiative received by a St. Paul, Minn., news-.mn- of tho patient, usually lacking. editor: "I sorvod fourton "Tho patlont," McCandlsh explains, mouths overseas, seven in actual "Is "exposed" to tho influence of the fighting, and was wounded. Am busy shop atmosphere, tho blight, walking tho streets day In and day oven sandy, colors used in painting out looking for work with no avail, tho toys, and Is gradually encouragwith a ?J0 grocory bill staring mo in ed to take hold of tho work with as tho face and two months' back rent littl - obvious direction as possible." is bqing uUu anil one threatening to put mo McCandlsh's experiment out and no credit from tho othor. watched with closo Interest. What aro my babies going to do? Starve? And my poor worried wife?" Warmer weather la here, for which theso unhappy comrades of For Infants and Children ours are thankful. But they can starve as easily In summer as In win- In Use For Over Years ter. Thoy can as easily bellovo the Always bears fought has country for which they the forgotten them. All thoy want Is a Signature of sbance to work, to become I ' WAIt OASES PROPOSED FOR DESTROYING NOXIOUS PESTS to Accounting methods aro prescribed for tho railroads by the Interstate Commerce Commission, nnd they are uniform for all railroads. After all operating expenses and taxes havo luen provided for. and uncollectible accounts havo been deducted, and after funds have been set aside for tho payment of rentals on equipment and Joint facilities, the balance left over from revenuos Is called "net railway operating Income," which wji for 1921 tho .1.31 p r cent referred to. Most railroads havo somo Income from sources other than railway operations, such as Interest and dividends on securities ownud, which, added to tho "net railway operating Income'constitutes what Is known as "gross Income." Thero are certain fixed charges, however, which niim bo paid before tho "net Income 'Is established, chlof among these being Interest on the bonds and the rontal of leased lines. After making deductions for theso, It Is estimated that there was practically nothing loft of olthor tho "net railway operating Income" of 3. .11 per cent or tho "gross Income." In othor words, the railroads had no "net Income" for 1921. Some railroads fared better than others during 1921, Just as some htislnoss men and farmers fared better than others. Preferable location, foreslghted management, superior machinery with which to work these aro elements which havo their Influence in tho showing made by a railroad, as thoy have In every other business enterprise. The railroads cannot serve tho public adequately unless they are able to enlarge and Improve their properties as the requirements of the country for transportation service develop. In order for the railroads to grow, their securities must bo attractlvo to Investors, for tho funds thoy recelvo from tho Issuance of securities aro used In Improving their properties. The Illinois Central System, In common with other railroads, Is striving to rondor a servlco of satisfaction. It Is eager to continue to Improve and enlarge its facilities, so that lt plant may always An overloHdod machine Ih noror efficient, ana If be a little In advance of the needs of Its patrons. the overloading continues for any length of time the machine must necessarily deteriorate. i ,...., This statomont is made in the interest of a better understanding of railway problems. Wo ask that our patrons view the railway problem in its true light; that they realize that evory obstacle plncod In the path of railway progress rebounds against them, as much as against the rallronds thetnselvos, and that tho interests of the railroads and tlid Interests of the pulrflc are Inseparable. Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. C. H. MARKHAM, Ti Provident, Illinois Central System. ' I llie-OWU- - .,. - "V" ".--.- ,,, ,,;" ..- j. !?,. 00 I tlve purposes, and at each stop tho PORTABLE SCHOOLS TEACH REXTEIl FARMING METHODS home demonstration agent made a short talk on the merits of standard-- , poultry . bred poultry, while pampnits on and Portable sheep "schools" built on trucks given by poultry, were freely distributed to local people and conducted by exten- those desiring them. live- For tho sheep school a sion workers employed cooperatively by the United States Department ot stock body 8 feet wldo was placed on Agriculture and the State colleges (pt ' the chassis. This was divided Into 2 agriculture went to tho doors of compartments with feed rack and homes and schools and to fairs In trough built In with a partition. Eight North Carolina and Texas last year. ' purebred sheep, representing tho An itinerary was mapped out for j Shropshire, Hampshire, Southdown, each school ants advertisements were ' and Dorset breeds werj put Into sent ahead announcing the date and these. In addition sheep shearing, wool tying, docking, and castrating hour ot Its arrival at each place. The poultry schools were decorated equipment, wool samples, blankets, with appropriate banners and signs. models of sheep barns, and other exA volunteer drove the truck. It was hibits of Interest to sheep breeders accompanied by several cars filled were carried. Large enthusiastic crowds greeted with poultry enthusiasts, gfrlng tho rttsemblanco of a holiday parade, tho school at each stop, and the In Eight coops ot good birds, tho best terest ot school children was especial- obtainable, were carried for illustra- - ly noticeable. TUis type ot school Is. id-foot ,. . nn( w,,i. IikIhuI... rUSUlLS .111IL IS ..w. ..1 UilUKHIK demonstrating the need nf inw nf such work so that information may be carried directly to farmers no mat ter how Inaccessible tho community may be. say officials of the department. - More than 700.000- buildings In tho United States aro equipped with radio receiving outfits. - SUBDUING A PARENT. "Daughter, you have been running around with young Fllpson for weeks yot.'- - but you haven't introduced him to mo "Father, you and Augustus could not have anything In common." "I ventured to hopo that wo had a mutual Inter st In you, but let him continue to regard me tin a stranger, f'm a little behind tho times, I fear." Birmingham Age-Heral- d. Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Li'sgrtt O Mjeri Tobaao Co, SHELL-SHOCKE- D Shell-shock- ed State of Ohio. City of Toledo, Lucan Countv. ss. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ,3 scnlor ptner ot the nrm of R j. Cheney & Co.; doing business In the City ot Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of O.NK HUNDRED DOLLAUS for each and every caso of Catarrh that uumiot be by the use of HALL'S CATARRH 0 er FRANK J. CHKNliV. MKDICINE. Sworn to before me and aubarriUed In my pretence, thU 6th day of December, A. W. QLEASON, A. D. lSti. Notary Public (Heal) Hall's Catarrh Medicine la taken and acts through the, Blood on l he Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo, O. fjoW by a:i ilruuclsts. 75c. HU'i Fimllv li' - 'ir "nnittpt'nn. &- TRAPEZE VICTIM LIVES Mrs. Anita Harbaugh, who 20 yoars ago was a pretty, graceful acrobat In a large circus, is today a hopeless cripple, In a Memphis hospital. She was paralyzed from the crash to tho ground when alio lost her hold ot tho trapezo and from that moment tjlio became the heroine in a lite ot suffering. Sho has never taken a drug to alleviate pain. Sho Is a constant cheer to her fellow-patient- s. Chesterfield CIGARETTES 20 for 18c 10 for 9c Vacuum tins of SO - 45c CASTOR fA 30 &ti of Turkish and Domestic tohaccosblendeH M 0oW self-sup- DRY LAW GETS f 11 cigarettes START IN JAPAN ment rltating effect of tiny hairs which aro always more or loss present In tho air. Scientists often have to experion guinea pigs in tho courso of Dy Jamen M'Lnln, Toklo, April 29. The closing session of the hours of the forty-fift- h Japanese Diet brought the enactment of tho first prohibition law In the "land of cherry blossoms," where heretofore thero have been no legal restraint in selling and drinking ot intoxicating liquors. Tho law prohibits the salo ot liquor to minors For a Weak Stctnturli. persons under twenty-on- e years, or As a general rule all you need to twenty, according to the Western do Is to adopt n diet suited to your method' of reckoning. A fine of ap- age and occupation and to keep your proximately $5 is to bo nssessed on bowels regular. When you feel that those convicted of violating the law. you have eaten to much and when Passage of tho bill by the Houbo of constipated, take one of ChamberPeers murks tho first success of pro- lain's Tablets. in --- hibition elements in Japan and ends VIEWS AIIOUT WOMEN tho fight waged In the Diet for nearly a quarter of a century. Mr. Sho Pittsburgh Gazette-TimAlbanNenioto, a W. C. T. U. worker, who was educated In the United States, ian women will discard trousers for has Introduced this bill In the Upper sensible dresses, says a headline. Can House at every session since 1899. It be that they wll go in fur short skirts, low necks and flapping goA few years ago it obtained a favorloshes? most dally during June, July and Au- able vote In tho House of RepresenSOUTH AMERICA gust The hottest month op record tatives and continued to do so at New Orleans On Is July, 1917, when the mean tem- every session since, but prior to this IS RICH IN OIL perature of 1S4 degrees F. observod year the IIouso of Peers held aloof behalf of the males of the species we move that the women be given a on July 10, 1913, Is believed by me- from Interfering In such a matter. monopoly on all forms of Jury service. Enforcement Doubtful. teorologists to be the highest natural-ai- r Enforcement of tho law is another temperature ever recorded with a Undeveloped Fields Hold 13 standard tested thermometer expos- question, for It is difficult to see how Houston Post Still, all tho fashBillion Barrels, Say ed In the shade under approved con- the authorities are going to prevent ions, follies and foibles of women waitresses In restaurants from spl-pl- have not so far cooled the fervor of ditions. Geologists. beer with their customers, or enthusiasm ot the opposite sex for Death Valley Is from 2 to 8 miles wide and about 100 miles long, lying how they are going to enter houses her. between high mountain ranges. It of entertainment and force youthful (Dy Harry L. Hogers.) Waterbury Republican A New Is the deepest depression in the Unit- geisha girls to forego their customWashington, D. C, April 29. Oil ed States, some estimates placing its ary cups of "sake with their guests. Jersey woman saw two burglars try resources to the extent of more than lowest point at 337 feet .below sea Tho police say they are going to try ing to Jimmy their way into her 13,000,000,000 barrels, or about level. Greenland ranch Is 178 feet public enforcement 'but have an- - house and she emptied a bucket ot one-fift- h of the world's total supply, below sea levol. White people find nounced that there will be no inter- - water upon them from an upstairs await development In the practically the midsummer heat Intolerable, and ferenco at m'nrriago ceremonies. window. They fled. The water cure vlipln fioldii of South America, even the Indians go up to the Pana-mi- This is, indeed, kind of them, for, Is a good one whenever It can be apto Dr. David White, ot the Itange during July and August. very often both bride and groom are plied to United States Geological Survey. The normal annual precipitation in minors, and to unite them It is nec- ' With the possible exception of Death Valley Is less than 2 Inches. essary that each drink "sake" three Buffalo Express War has been North America, Dr. White declares, Successful agriculture can not be times from three different ceremonial declared on the flapper by the state is maintained on less than 15 or 20 cups. tbo South American continent of New Jersey. And through a woricher In petroleum resources In pro- inches of annual precipitation withExtension ot railways, the budget, man official, too! She is an asportion to Its area than any otlm sec- out the aid of Irrigation. A group of repeal of the ban on woman particisistant director of something or oth' tion of the world. pating in political movements and er and she has ordered that bobbed springs serve as the source of "Geologic explorations have as yet supply for Greenland creation of special administrative hair must be permitted to grow out, advanced oniy a little way In South ranch. The water has a temperature status for th large cities of Japan skirts must be lengthened and lip Amorica." said Dr. White. "Thus far of about 100 degrees F. and is only were the only other bills of particu- sticks and rouge be given up. The only a few regions have been tapped. sufficient to Irrigate 70 acres. Four lar note passed by both houses of the more we read of the disturbance evidence, crops of alfalfa are gathered each j diet during the session Just closed. which the flapper Is causing in the Goologlsts have secured however, of the existence of high-grad- e ; year. The principal product of the A total of 2,005 bills and petitions minds of a certain type, the more we petroleum deposits in the con- ranch Is dressed meat, but experi- i wero Introduced of which 1.60G were are convinced that this Is rather an tinent, and these deposits apparently ments are being made In raising passed, but all save a few of them asinine world. Wfiy not let the flap- Iper flap until she gets tired of flap are very widely disseminated. " poultry and In growing vegetables, were of local or minor importance. The American oil expert places the dates, citrus, and deciduous fruits. The budget for the ensuing fiscal ping? figures for the South American oil years, as amended and pased, In1, deposits at 13,000,000,000 barrels, volves a total outlay of about About Itlieumatism. Truth The woman to beware of Is tho ho adirlts that this is a very which Is an Increase of an the one who wears a too Innocent air Peoplo are learning that It Is only conservative estimate. Provided the a wabte of time ai.y nloney to take eighth of a million dollars over last and little else. tmme methods or drilling were em- medicine internally for chonlc and year. ployed aB those used In the. United muscular rheumatism, The model and about Washington Post Surgeons agree that In cases ot spring gowns show skirts below tho States, Dr. White believes the south- ninety-nin- e out of a hundred cases ern fields would produce 15,000,000,-00- 0 are one or tho other of these varie- cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the ankles, but the model spring girls barrels. ties. All that is really necessary to first treatment Is most Important. continue to show ankles below the When an efficient antiseptic Is su- skirts. Tho world's petroleum resources afford relief ia to apply Chamberaro ostlmated by Dr. White at about lain's Liniment freely. Try It. It pplied promptly, there Is no danger of barrels,, and with costs but 35 cents per bottle. Large Infection and the wound begins to CO, 000,000,000 Dame ForQuincy Whig-Journm heal at once. For use on man or tune Is one dame that doesn't smile these figures most of the other emi- size GO cents. beast, Borozone Is the Ideal antisep- on you because you are handsome. nent geologists agree It therefore Duy It now . tic and healing agent. appears that approximately one-fift- h EXl'OSUHE KILLED for an emergency. M'CRACKEN MAY GET WOMAN TUAl'PEU and be ready of tho world's estimated supply of Price 30c, 60c, and ?1.20. Sold by petroleum awaits the exploitation of FIRST G. O. P. OFFICIAL m the South American fields. body ot Mrs. Harriet Bear, 72, Ohio County Drug Co. The Not Aware of Deposits. Paducah, Ky., April 29. For the of Algonnc, Mich., was found mired In many South. American countries' In a bog, her arm held In the cruel STRANGE KINDS first time in the history of McCracken OF SENSITIVENESS County the Eighth Magisterial Disthe Inhabitants aro not generally grip of n steel trap. Mru. Sear, who aware of the existence of the oil de- was an export trapper with many trict Is likely to have a Republican Rose colds and hay fever are caused officeholder. posits, according to Dr. White. This cars of cxporlencc, had gone alone Evidently she by tho Irritating action of pollen from hi due to the fact that the work of on a hunting trip. Gov. E. P. Morrow has designated exploration has betii done for tho had been caught accidentally In the various plants on the sensitive linings S. H. Jewell, a Republican, as magismost part by geologists retained by trap and being unahlo to free hernelf, of the nasal passages, eyes, throat, trate to fill the unexpired term of etc. Until less than 30 years ago It Robert Long. Mr. Jewell has not tho great oil companies and that had died from exposure. was thought that these affections qualified and it is understood is con they have reported only to their emwero due to chronic disease of the sidering a refusal. ployers. FRENCH WINE GROWERS Some indications of tho presence TO CAMPAIGN IN V. S. mucous membranes, but It Is now Tho district has a voting strength well known that It Is tho pollen that of about 1,000 Democrats to thirty of oil In paying quantities have boon does the mischief. A hay fever suf- Republicans. found in practically every country of Paris, April 29. Bewaro, yo prosayo, and ferer who lives In a big city may be South America, tho doctor hibitionists!" French wlno producers able to escapo any severe) attack but A "SPRING POME" ho predicts that tho wholo continent nro after your scalps. If ho goes Into the country even for I cough, I sneeze, I snort, I wheeze, Is on tho verge, of an uncxporlencod of prohibition, Incensed at tho law a day at the right season ho will be ora of development. I'm in a perfect frenzy; which excludes French wines from -- By putting tiny screens of My head Is dough, my nose won't go, a hugo campaign stricken. the United States, gauzo In the nosrtlls it is posslblo to Suggestion for a Camping Trip I've got tho Influenza. has just been started In Franco In fa- secure protection to a large extent, Chamberlain's Colic Buy a bottle of Aurora Advcrtlzer. vor of wine. as the Irrigating matter Is kept from . and Diarrhoea Remedy before leavRoportors havo been charged to RAIJY SHOT IN PLAY ing homo. As a rule it cannot bo get Information from tho states as to lodging in the nasal passages. It la found by systematic tests that obtained when on a hunting, fish- tho best posslblo way of starting proing or prospecting trip. Neither can paganda thero with a view to obtain- thero are halt a dozen or more dif"Boo, Grandpa" cried It bo obtained) while on board tho cars ing permission to export French ferent pollens etc that will produce Emma Bauer of New York, thinking hay fever. A victim may be sensi- with her gypsy make-u- p to frighten or steamships and at such times and wlnos into tho country. tive to only one of these pollens, or Fox, places It is most likely to be needed. Thousands and thousands of ho ntay be sensitive to them all. her grandfather, Ernest Fox. with In a playful spirit pointed a pistol at Tho safe way 19 to have It quantities of pamphlets and huge m has been developed recent- tho little girl. In some unaccountayou. printed matter aro to flood the states Treatment ly which renders the mucous mem- ble manner the weapon was dischargIt Is stated. pending tho wine flood, and thus saves ed and n bullet pierced tbo child's branes HOTTEST PLACE ON BAItTII Prohibitionists will be told the person from being affected. But the heart. The police who found the IS DEATH VALLEY, CALIF. causing to thousands a they are Immunity lasts only for tho one sea- heart-broke- n man clasping the lifeof peoplo who are now deprived of son and Is not permanent. less form of the Title, "gypsy" In his years of records obtained at tho "beneficial and hygienic beverTen Some people are absolutely unable arms absolved him from all blame, tho United States Weather Dureau ages of France." to but to his dying day the poor man ranch In, exportation to eat pork not because It Is hard at Greenland substation The loss to France In this will only bo dealt with lightly, but digest but because in tho butchering will never forget and never forgive Doath Valley, Calif., indicate that curing ot pork somo particles of himself. is tho hottest region in the United the "boozo" artillery will fire until and The ammunition is exhausted or until the bristles are nearly always present States, and probably on earth. meat, and these may cause in- HAWK PLAYS STORK, average of extreme maximum tem- wlno Is once more allowed to enter. In the tense agony to a person who is sensiDELIVERING BABY PIG United perature reported to the tive to that particular source of IrriDepartment of Agriculture Statoa tation. Indeed, there are people who Belvldore, 111., April 29. The InciElnce 1911 has been 125 degrees F. FOR FLETCHER'S cannot llvei anywhere near horses, dent of a hawk playing the role ot a ranch temperatures of At Greenland al- for a similar reason, owing to the lr- - jBtork and depositing a like pig on I 100 degrees F. or higher occur lire are Liquor Sale To Minors Prohibited; Prohibitions ts Arc Elated. their research work. There aro somo individuals In whom the hairs from these little animals produce B'vcro Illness. Even If such a person studiously avoids guinea-pig- s, a third person may convey to him enough of the hairs on his clothing to start an attack, H requires but a microscopic quantity of the irritating material to cause a severe reaction In an Individual who Is sensitive to that particular thing. No doubt many ailments which are hard to account for aro duo to somo Irritating cause which Is very alight in Itself but which has the power to set off a whole train of consequences. ChildreBi Cry for Fletcher's Ibc Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In uso for over over 30 years, ha3 borne the signature of and has been made under his per- 7 Bonai supervision since its Infancr. tejCtttfyl-rfrAVovf no one t0 dccdvc you jn thl'g All Counterfeits, Imitations and " nre but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. , Jttst-as-go- 77iey Good! Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its. nge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ha3 been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Childrca'3 Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTORIA Buy this Cigarette and Save Money es GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signatu jT w ALWAYi Zi. T TImes-Picayu- nc c&y. jeu JIV3M - f &S yr T 6&&Z4 111 IJse For Over 30 Years THE CBNTAUH COMfANV, NEW VOHK CITV, The Kind You Have Always Bought I Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. nt evil-doer- s. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper ; $741,-209,98- prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. ournal al By special arrangements we aro now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND I THE REPUBLICAN Both one year, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. ld ve ry the farm of H. G. Stanley, of Cher- their comparatively now daytime rery Valley, was told at the sale of tho treat Just happoncd to match tho colporker after it had grown to killing or they havo borne for hundreds or thousands of years. size. We know that protective coloration A dog on tho Stanley farm noticed tho hafwk flying low over the Is a very common thing In nature. farm, followed by a flock of crows. Wallaco tbo naturalist tells of p w"v tho derful butterfly ho found In tho East Chasing the strange spectacle, dog frightened tho captor, and it Indies which so closely resembled a dropped Its prey. Tho baby pig was leaf tnat it was almost Impossible to fed with a spoon until it grow detect it after it had lighted on a strong. At the time it was sold tho bush. Some insects look almost expig weighed 325 pounds and was tho actly Ilko small twigs or bits of earth, and this helps to protect them father of thirty pigs. . from their enemies. Numerous aniODD 3UMICRY IN MOTHS mals have been adepts in the art oC From certain quarries in Argentina which have been opened for less than 100 years a peculiar colored stone which does not occur elsewhere is obof night-flyin- g tained. A species moths rest in these quarries during lie flat tho day. The Insects against the rocks, which they match so perfectly in color that it requires very sharp eyes Indeed to find thorn. whether Scientists are wondering their color has changed to match that of tho rocks or whether tho color of camouflage, for untold ages, while man, with all his vunted knowledge, only Just learned to mako uso of this principle during tho late war Formerly soldiers wero dressed in red, blue nnd other conspicuous uniforms. But under modern war conditions an army so dressed would soon be anniSo the military experts hilated. went to tho insects and learned how to glvo tholr armies an artificial coloring which would make them look like surroundings, and in this way tho losses wore greatly reduced. Children Ory OASTO R A V of time, and the accuracy of dote-tlo- n During tho last year Is deadly. BILL RAISERS 1,025 counterfeiters nnd check rals-- i crs were arrested, tho greatest mim- Published Weekly by !,er ln u, History or mo service. (By W. Bruco Macnamec.) pARTFORD WUNTINa COMPANY 10 noten amountinR Wnshlngton. April 29. Tucked counterfeit Incorporated ln Mrs. Jim Taylor and Mrs. Everett awnv In a dark corner of the blc $100,993 wero seized; $12,293.53 Taylor were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. treasury building there Is an Incon- - counterfeit coins, 171 counterfeit W. S. TINSLEf, Editor bpIcuoub little office whoso occu- - nol Plates, 14 engraved dies and 48 Jim Smith, Monday. for coIn counterfeiting, and Business Mnnngcr. purchased pants arc entrusted with, one of thc(sol ot mo Mr, Everett Taylor has most Important tasks of the a new Ford. Th Latest Scheme. . Kntored according to law nt the n tho put year tho activities rostotflco, Hartford, Ky as mall and j HARTFORD, ROUTE . There Is no sign on the has dove oped an en-- ( Setter ot the second class. of executives and clerks'0 the handful w cr,m nal, Ind ,8lry Sovcral from here attended the inside give no outward indication of has been to singing convention nt Nocreek Sun- the tremendous responsibility of the. which tho ' Address all communications upon to cope tho counterfeiting of . Republican. (The Hartford day. revenue (Strip stamps re- - i task Is nothing Ifs t on Internal n Mrs. Oswell Hoover and baby have 'bolUed " IqrT'' returned home nfter spending the preventing the spurious duplication 2"lrtd NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS arrC8tcd dU,r,"R in Owens-bor- of SC 000,000,000 of money in clrcn- - S,ecret "rvlcc aBe"t8 past week with relatives Hubscrlbers desiring the paper sent c"B,ase,(1 ye,ar manf f !ai-othruout the country. 'to a new address must give the old ,1oads otl isolzicd activities of hls crl,nc' Tho unprecedented (ddreas In making the request. Misses Audra Duncan and Hassle JabeJ8f Blamp,s cou,n "fe Business Locals and Notices 10c Patev of Utica, spent Saturday night counterfeiters during the past year,"-"- ' line, and 8c per lUe for each , J? with Miss Nettie Bartlett and attend- have kept this force of secret ..nr'co insertion. , mlu- - J"OJ'"'r "rilllUB Ul wiiu.iwvn "" h... ,,,tlv,, nn fl,clr tnoa ed the singing at Nocreek Sunday. ' Obituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards In many Instances It was found that Mr. Elvis Hoover has purchased a ute, but to successful Inve been i'jct pf Thanks, lc per word, and Gc for btnmps wero being money new automobile. wch head line and signautre, methods of running down the n.en these counterfeit used on poisonous, concoctions which fet advance. guest Mrs. Mary Whittaker is the j were Church Notices for services free, being sold by bootleggers an Jtnt other advertisements, lc per of Mr. Lee Whittaker and family, of amount of counterfeit money actual- "bottled In bond" whisky. inly ly in circulation amounts to rord. Barnetts Creek. the An entirely now phase of will Anonymous communications Miss Nettie Hartlett Is visiting rela- comparatively 'tw thousand dollars. wlth- receive no attention. TO.. bootlegging situation has arisen Alflin with nnnuirll .m.llta ,vuw . tives in Hartford this week. ..x'... .... ww..?... swew ""ulK"" mance and thrills to fill donng '" tne itolated mom stretches of the TELEPHONE MOTHERS DAY SERVICE detective no'ls, the secret servio-jn'oborder are counterfe ting ami art so little written about " the bogus money to buy their 59 Farmers Mutual Nest Sunday will be observed as mat they are almost hearsay. The r,a:r nf tho SPrvir hns here-- , supplies In Canada This situation special music and floral decorations. consid MAY 5 I1UBA Y be tofore pievcnied publication of its Is causing the secret service Church in Hartford. There will erable concern, becauEo of tho dif"Mothers Day" at the Methodist workings. w'ich are probably counterfeiting reaching The songs and discourso will be In most interesting in the government ficulty in Wo are In hopes that the. readers of plants sequestered in desolate woodharmony with the occasion. Reserve service. "rflnd rethis column will not be badly disEverybody with a dollar In M land. An Instance of thib mothers who .will atend. appointed when they don't find the seats tor all cently took place in the mountain come to church in honor of pocket wants to know that it '.s Editorials they have been accustom Mothers country of northern Alabama, but .. OUr UllUUlflL UU UliS UUJ. Utl o- - genuine. That's where the secret U ItMfinn.hlnnrc" cmirnlprl flttfl the tPl .ll V. UJI.n. "" ""- '- service comes in, and take it from 1 " "" ." down the river on a fishing trip, and "counterfeiting 'secret service walked in and house of God on this day in honor of those who know, the "new Editor" isn't experienced) men who were buying their Always the long arm ed the is our most devoted earthin Editorial writing, therefore you her who with bad money; ly friend. A hearty welcome awaits of the law descends upon the conn- - supplies of hooch of the old makhave no causae to complain. illustration you. , terfeiter. often with such disconcert- - another "when thieves fall out, non-notthat T. T. FRAZ1ER, Pastor. ing swiftness that his pile of fake'i evPutting aside everything else, profit. or coins are "pinched" with est men eryone admits that the Dark Tobacco The swift and effective detective CAN YOU QUALIFY? him. Here's the way it's done: Association, Growers 'work of tho secret service is reinHow They Work. organized, deals absolutely au- now.being ben-i- n One of the foremost makers of John Smith, for instance, a teller forced by tho courts. Heavy upon fairly with the growers. At no time tomoblle batteries (one of the Big Blankvllle Bank, reports the! fence are usually imposed the nn,i in Tin mv. .lnpn the Association Four) will appoint an exclusive dlsbill that "looks. those who try to make their own right finding of a tiy to take advantage. Before ask- - trlbutor He immediately reports It to money. AiiHuoiBjiuuinbii'"" Jng for pledges, the Association con- - taMe busJness. Applicant must have, hnrt." . cailBlly years is Imposed upon thcte male- nrv.v.uinn Irwli.ctrv- - l'e secret serli.r. JU brill .l.,nc 1'" ooVi w.ntinlv an nriiirntlnnnl """ v. " """"' "v"mailing out sample con-- , and .!be ";"-. to make a .oon as he can get factor?, in order tnai iney may nave - on John Smith able campaign by ....... .i w n.hiin meat. Battery Knowledge not neces- - to him 1 lie uiii a cAwuiiuvu, w you can qualify, write for !T,nmlnatlon and workmanship are ring ways. The result Is that when ,.. sary. .' . .. . men is pureiy furtner If information to Bpeecn&s, etc., an oi qnd a mlnute description and the jail doors open, most of them are for the purpose of informing the DROIT. 420 Sycamore St., EvansvllleJ to agree wlUl CWef MoB , irrowers as to wnat tne terms oi me inuiana. u and his able assistants when they say vicinity. contract are, how the Association pro Sooner or later, for the counter- - "counterfeiting doesnt' pay." WASHINGTON. poses to handle his tobacco and to feiter must repeat, a second similar when it pay him for It. Then, same town, Miss Nell Twiddell, of Central City, n nolrttiff tny e( TTI 11 TOC f ihft mi. mxi Alnilttno it Tn A C bill appears. If in the "rv,ce "nU1 t,le 8PeDt Membership pledges, the most favor-'Sm,gave him an enjoyable sur- LnnHmll ln Hartford, the guest of Mr. and,loday an ,Js stationary. It follow- - priSe Monday by gathering at his cd plan and the one usually means ,w, c. Schlemmer. up elsewhere, , ., ,. She was here sc- n,.mtoir - W,n tn. ,. ..d -baskets of good' note turned i....-J'w- VU a ui iiuiiiC, with that the counterfelter Is on the move, curing subscriptions to the Louisville vor the Association to visit their things to eat it beinc his birthday Is sent out Herald, she being among the leading case a ' tinlnririnra In thpfr nWTl VinTTiPfi ATld llversarj, but we. rtnn't want to In the first Vtlll 1C tracer rn Un nml tVlrt YnA - u" D '"- -' trflPPfl nH.rr. 1.. l"c lu"'"1 '"' l"c mnvtn. '"'""At no tell how old he is. there talk the matter over. "7" the case of biles the ln innn giving awayMi-- s to its maker. In Herald Is HnrtfnrH.iha Imo 1c' u. hp nr,,.ro hrniicht to uica v vow w h f -w u n'v bear upon the farmer who has not js spending this week with her par-- r ice operative tries to get ahead of city and it is hoped that bho will Bigntd. The advantages of the As- - entj5( jir, and Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, of! him and 'nail' him when he arrives have the opportunity to take them ociation idea, its strictly business this place. " in a new town. driving in her Marmon, won in this j nature and the financial benefits it , jirs, , j. MaHaney and children These methods have stood the teM contest New-entipromises to every grower and the spent Tuesday with Mrs. L. L. dark district, are presented but comb and family. jir. and Mrs. Holland Grey, of Taf-waif the grower can't see it and doesn't to sign, his decision is final. fy spent Saturday and Sunday with The Association realizes that this Is jir, and Mrs. Isaac Shown Jr., of this j a matter for each man to decide for neighborhood. 0-- 0 himself and that is the basis upon WANTED; TELEPHONE MANAGER which the solicitors work. TThc Hartford Republican Cecil, of near Horton, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Her, Sunday. Little Miss Lois Delpha Cook Is the guest of her grnndparcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wcstcrfleld, at U. S. COMBATS We Now Have Our ' J " "" 'oncers '"J New Brick I ti.n..i. n i o. Garage On Main al " ..?? ... ...., I j S(reet I Kr . I Open for Business We carry a full line of Chevro-le- t ie Parts; also genuine Ford Parts. We sell (he Keystone Tires, -- , captur-doesn'tpay- which are guaranteed to satisfy the buyers. We do all kinds of Repair Work Compeand guarantee same. you serve tent mechanics promptly. . es -- ' ,. u,o.,,o '""""ordKyTho .,,... ar u...y"' ;,"."' ' ...,, nu .,.. Wallace. Tailor & Morris , i Hartford, Ky. T th ,. ia. well-fille- ' " ,...., T ,- v, i,.iw '- . j . re nt I Complete Line oi Notice is heresy given that sealed bids will bo received by the under-signe- d Mr. J. E. Knight and little daughcompany until Saturday, May ter visited Mr. Knight's father, near 27, 1922, at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the. Logansport, ISunday. position of Manager of the Hartford ' Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Scott and son, Exchange for a period of two years , t Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tate and C. C. Hum diiuuui.v x, inon iub"i .iu . niv.o, Dennis were guests of Mr. Cypeo jCt any and all bids is reserved. For Naney, of Shultztown, Sunday. further information apply to Secre- Mr. Ernest Wllloughhy of McHen- k. ry, visited In this neighborhood last OHIO COUNTY- - FARMERS' ITUAL TELEPHONE CO., Hartford Misies Susan Elliot, Beulah Tay- -' Division, lor, Emma Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Ben By S. L. KING, Secretary-Treasure- r. Ezra1 441 woodburn, Thomas Tate, Shultz, Houston Miller, Enley Taylor and Howard Whltescarver were CLEAR RUN. guests of Mi, and Mrs. T. C. Dennis, '.Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Armel Gray visited Mrs. Leander Hudnall, of McHen- - relatives in Daviess county Saturday ry, visited friends and relatives in this night. neighborhood last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bartlett will .. . Mrs, Agnes Tate, M;o. Fannye soon close their ttorc here and move Scott, Thomas Tate and Iva Den- - to Ralph. dIs were in Beaver Dam Saturday. MHs Alpha Cochran, Evangelist, Mr. Carl Brown, of Taylor Mines, and her assistant, Miss Hendricks, was the guest of his father here Sun- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence day. Funk, a lev days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Womac and Mr. Evorett Chapman, of Union little son, and Mesbrs. Hallle Elliott Grove, was in Hartford Saturday. .andiBen Woodburn went to Hartford Mr bnd Mrs. Hardin Lee lloov-- r Monday, on business. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulton visited Funk, near Taffy, Saturday night. their son Roy, at Rockport, Saturday 1 and Sunday. SALE OF NOTES AND ACCOUNTS o- COOL SPRINGS. BASE BALL GOODS! We Invite Your Inspection. mJm IT Ohio County Drug Company ril. tary-Treasur- er. MU--wee- Oliver Cultivators ' Avr i Fabrics for Children's Dainty Frocks i --- V In i IM wWr?w,!Jfira"i(Cliii w aw? Jack and Jill Cloth comes in dainty colors, checks and stripes and is guaranteed to be fast in color. It is a very economical fabric, because it looks attractive and at the same time will stand a lot of wear and tear. Then there are the pretty Tissue and French Ginghams, also Flaxon and Batiste checks which make very desirable frocks for the warmer t Till yiw Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned will on Monday May 1, the 1922, at the court bouse door ln Several from here attended ' winging convention at Hoslne Sunday. Hartford, Ky about tho hour of 1 The next Convention will be held at o ejock P. M., sell at public outcry to Mt. Pleasant, the fifth Sunday iu the highest and best bidder, all notes July. and accounts in my hands as ad- Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Cook nro the mlnlstrator of the estate of J. B. d babyi.swaln, deceased and all notes and proud parents of a accounts belonging to the estate of boy, christened Wiley Westerfleld. Mr. Norval Leach, of this place j. B. Swain and C. M. Swain, former-spe- nt Sunday with his grandfather, ly dolus business at partners' under tho firm namo and style of Swain & Mr. It. P. Sorrels, at Beaver Dam. Mrs. Nute Havens is on tho Bick Swain, This April 19, 1922. list. U. S. CARSON, Adnir. Mr. and Mra. Henry Her and son, 43t2 five-poun- BALD KNOIi. rf4AN ryQWKw IIS 111 days. Of course, for those who do not sew, we have made provision for you and ca noffer you a varied line of Rompers, Middy Suits, etc., of wash fabrics suitable for all occasions. A glimpse at our line will prov ejust what we've said. As a particular buyer demand- Buy an Oliver Riding' Cultivator for better plowing. Ride instead of walk, cultivate more acres, which means more and better com when cultivated with Oliver Cultivators. We can furnish you either Disc or Shovel. ing the greatest value obtainable for every dollar expended, you will surely want to see what we have. Respectfully, ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Carson Hartford, Kentucky. Co. J.): Llttlo Minn Loona Bennett of tho Shlnkle Chapel country, is visiting f WASH MATERIALS! 'z&2zrir (HTl MEM& ' her grandfather, city. Mr. W. O. Bennett, Mrs. Noah Itowc, left Sunday morning for Akron, Ohio, to Join her husband, who him a position nt that place. Increased Property Value Demands Siofece Protection i Jnside and our ' Just received a car of Universal Portland Cement. Can make you 44t4 attractive prices . W. E. ELLIS & " i'.p "' "j a BRO, m t m rmm p v4 i Read below. mm EMm Get our special prices on Wash Materials for ten days only. Call and see the qualities, beautiful patterns, etc. 15c 25c 50c 30c $1.00 50c $1.00 40c 25c 15c Crumble, the pet dog of tho Dr. J. B. Tappan family, was accidently killed Monday afternoon, when a car ran over him. Miss Mary Rowe has In these days of high cost of building material and re- her home here, after spending winter months with relatives In as and Louisiana. returned to the Tex- pairs, paint is the vital factor in the upkeep of your property- You could not replace your homo today at near its original cost; therefore, protect it against depreciation. Mr. James Her, of Owensboro, spent a few days the first of the week with Mr. W. Q. Bennett and daughter, Miss Esther, city. Get your Seeds, Fertilizer Farming Implements, from 36t9 and r For the exterior: Pee Gee Mastic paint a strictly pure paint, containing a high percentage of ZINC mixed Best quality Gingham Middy Cloth, white Sheer Organdies, fancy 40-iParis Muslin, white 40-iFancy Organdy 36-iPure Linens, all shades 36-iFancy Linens Shepherd Check Suiting Apron Gingham n. n. n. n. Fair quality Dress Gingham D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Beaver Dam, Ky S. Main St. JTlfiir S kfflf with genuine Linseed Oil. Mr- R. H. Gillespie, city, Buffered a painful accident Tuesday morning, vhen ho stuck a nail In his left hand while drawing water from a well. fifty years, requires less gallons per job gives better protection under all weather conditions and longest service at lowest cost. needs protection, but "Save tha Surface and You Save All holds good for tho inside as well. "There's a Pee Gee Product tor Every Paint or Vamlth Purport It has stood all tests for more than Not only the outside of your home 8 Cotton Serge Kimona Cloth 36-i- n. 36-i- n. 25c 35c 79c We are agents for the genuine Coca Cola. Will have a supply at plant. at all times. ELLIS ICE CO., 4G-Hartford, Ky. 4t Shirting Silk Percales 20c Mrs. Clarence Moore.of Owensboro, f spent from Sunday until yesterday In Hartford, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett, and other relatives. These, with many other fancy wash materials are on sale at special prices. i Paints, Wall Paper, Oils, Pumps, Wire, Groceries, KENTUCKY BEAVER DAM, Ask for Free BEAVER DAM TIN COMPANY by his son, Donald, went to Owensbpro, was Monday, where Mr. Mitchell summoned to serve on the federal grand Jury. Mr: Ellis Mitchell accompanied sW i2LS Peailee-Ganlbe- Paint Books and Color Cards Co. rt incorporated Louliville, JCeatacky 74$ZZ&00. I The Hartford FHIUA V VF7vlBlbw7WH3fV"I9 Mrs. James H. Williams returned Monday from Aberdeen, Miss., where sho accompanied tho remains of her mother, Mrs. Emima Pauliife Barbour, last Saturday. Mr. L. S. Iglehart of the firm of Carson & Co., left Wednesday for Dawson Springs, where he will be under treatment in the Government Hospital, at that place. Mr. W. C. Logan has rented the home of Miss Amanda Bennett, on Main Street, which she recently vacated. Mr.' Logan, with his family, lias moved therein, Mr. Roscoe Jar-uiEand family have moved to the residence vacated by Mr. Logan, on Union Street. Varnishes StainsEnamels $$$& ?n Clean-U- p and Paint-U- p Republican MAY Judge J. D, Holbrook, city, was in Owensboro Wednesday, on business. Hemstitching and covered buttons. MRS. W. J. DEAN, 42t4 Hartford, Ky. Mr. J. A. Bellamy of Whltesvllle Kouto 2, wnu a caller at this office, Tuesday. Mr. Lyman C. Scott, local oil op- 5 SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS New Line of wall paper at tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Soy Boans $2.50 per bushel. W. C. WALLACE, Hartford. erator, has returned from a business trip to Toledo, Ohio. Mlua Abblo Whlttinghlll of Fords-vlllwas an caller at o, this office, Monday. 44t2p Homo 'phono. Esq. W. S. Dean, of Owensboro, waa in Hartford tho first of tho week. Mrs. J. B. Tappan was tho recent guest of her nelca Mrs. n. F. Joneo, at Madluonvlllc. B. Ashby, Contertown, 70e Tubs 80c No. Tuba SOe If you want tho Evansvllle Pure 10 Qt. Palls Milk Ico Cream, call the ELLIS ICE WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. CO., solo agents for this Anna Rhea, the Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. I. (Bat) Nail, Miss Ettn Holder will return to- city, who was born Friday morning morrow from Ellmltch, where she of last week, died Tuesday morning. has boon slnco Monday, visiting Burial occurred that afternoon in Oakwood cemetery. 2 3 Hotel Brooms, the only broom for heavy sweeping. 42t3 No. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. No. Miss Amelia Pirtle will arrive tomorrow from Frankfort, where she has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Porter and litVernon P. Llgon and Mr. Ligon, dur- tle son, who have been residing in ' Herrln, 111., for some time, have reing the past, three weeks. turned to Williams Mines, where Mr Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Porter has accepted a position. They Methodist Church, South, will meet recently spent a few days with Mrs. In open session at the Church MonPorter's parents, Circuit Clerk and day afternon at 2 p. m. All women Mrs. Frank Black. are cordially Invited to attend. Mrs. A. M. Barnett and son, RobSTRAYED OR STOLEN One large, ert Emmet, returned to their home dark bay horse, with white left hind hero Tuesday afternoon, from St. foot. Finder please write or see Cloud, Fla., where they spent the C. A. BLANCHARD, 453t winter. Their daughter and sister, Mcllenry, R. 1, near Central Grove. Miss Norine Harris Barnett, also returned, she having spent the winter New Galvanized Tubs and Pails: in Stuttgart, Ark. 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) l'Tubs !c Is the best Paint on the market. Place your order with W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for any freight you want delivered out of Owensboro by truck Will make daily round trips as often as we get sufficient tonnage. Also carry passengers. Make W. E. ELLIS & BRO., your waiting place.. 46-W. E. ELLIS, Hartford. 4t OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. Mm. Noble Craig, of Graham, will Mra. John Bell, city, and Mrs. M. spent yester- arrive In this city today, to spend with Mr. and Mrs. Blan-to- n tho week-en- d day In Hopklndvlllo. Ellis. Mr. Marshall Mills, of Beda, wan Hoosler Corn One and Two-rotho guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gildrills. Tho most accurate corn plant-er- a lespie, Sunday night. 44t4 on tho market. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blanchard, Mcllenry Route. 1, wero callers at Miss Amanda Bennett, who recentthis office Wednesday. ly purchased tho property of Mr. M. on Madison Street, has Attorney A. D. Kirk will go to V. Johnson, tomorrow, where ho will moved therein. Louisville - take treatment for his eyes. Mr. T. E. McQuary and llttlo daughter, Virginia, ot Boll's Run, DunMr. and Mrs. Watt Stevens of wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. dee, were callers at this office, while Gillesplo Tuesday. In Hartford last Saturday. w Mr. Tom Casebier of Central City, spent from Saturday until Tuesday in Hartford, at the bedside ot his mother, Mrs. Hulda Casebier, whoso lingering illness ' has been much worse for the past several days. Messrs. John T. Moore, Cashier ot tho Federal Reserve Bank, Louisville, W. S. Tinsley, Dr. J. R. Plrtlo and E, G. Barrass, Hartford, left Monday for a week's fishing trip, on Grassy Creek, several miles below this city. Wo aro the exclusive agents for tho Budwelser Beer in Ohio County. Have a car load on hands. Place your order by phone or by mall. Tho Morgantown Base Ball Club played the locals here Sunday, Morgantown defeating Hartford by the score of two to nothing. Beaver Dam will play Hartford Sunday, at Riverside Park, Hartford. "Fisty" Bates will do the hurling for tho locnls, come out and boost for your homo boys. Game called at 2:30. rv J mmmimmmm V3E World's Lowest Priced There were 417 bars of Soap in the window and iirifli i guess of 417, Claud King and John Riley Won second vitf7A iiToci iirrt-- Ivit TTw A WT T.rnvovi 12 FULLY ELLIS ICE CO., 45t4 Hartford, Ky. Mr. Ernest E. Blrkbead returned Miss Margaret Marks, assistant Springs, where Mr and Mra. Birch Bell, Mr. and Bank of Hartford, Monday from Dawson Cashier of tho ho had been for several days for the MrJ. ( art Bell and llttli daughter, in Owensboro, Wednesday. waB benefit ot bis health. Edna Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bell, Pleasant RIHge, and Mrs. Jlol-ll- e Paint It Buy Sherwin-WilliaHerring, Beaver Dam, were guests Mrs. Millie Bennett has returned Is cheaper because it covers more to hor home, hero after spending tho ot Mr. and Mrs. Purd Casobler, city, surface. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. winter with hor daughter, Mrs. Gabe Sunday. In Indianapolis, Ind. Ruby Corrino, the little daughter Foster, 16 per cent acid FERTILIZER Leach, city, of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mr. M. F. Foglo returned home phosphate, per ton $14. CO 1.12.1. very ill. is Improving. who has been Ind., Corn and wheat grower per ton Sunday from Indianapolis, where he had beegntheeus h hm h h f 30.00; 2.8.2. Tobacco grower $30.00 OwMrs. Rowan Holbrook Is. In where ho had been tho guest of his cash at tho car. ensboro, visiting hor daughter, Mrs. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, sister, Mrs. T. B. Petrio and family Hendcr&on Murphree and Mr. Beaver Dam. for a tow days. EQUIPPED Automobile $ prize with a guess of 418, Third prize was won by James H. Williams, M. T. Likens, Albert McDowell , and Lena Rae Sosh, guesses 415 and 419. i 525 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. f.9.kFVmi.tndu The People's Car See it Compare it Try it as Our Guest star! Naphtha WASHING K Vi Naphtha! WASHING STAR pckocr p. 't POUtR V :,', Wallace, Taylor, & Morris, llAIlTFOIlD, KY. BBJSf $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper v)C ' nrc cooperating on a test that will lie carried on through this spring nnd summer, They expect to dotcrmlno tho comparative dmnnpo done beforu during growth, and whllo j weaning, the hogs are being finished for the market. In order that conditions ' may be comparable to those on the farm 20 hogs will be used In each lot. ' NEWSPAPER VIEW8 Columbia Record When Undo Sam chocks up his Income tax receipts he is going to be surprised to dlscovor that congrss lins milked tho cow dry. j 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 The Hartford Republican -- AND- t Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. 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Radishes nnd lettuce usually predominate In the beginner's garden, Buffalo Enquirer Mixed Juries probably because they come up early can escape being locked up together and give the gardener Indisputable for tho night by reaching an agreeproof of his Industry, Crisp young ment before bedtime. radishes and lettuce are best eaten St. Louis fresh from the garden ;whoreas tho Debate succulent string bean, tho pVolific In Kentucky's legislature over the spinach, to say Darwinian theory bore good fruit. tomato, the Iron-ric- h nothing of carrots, Swiss chard, beets Scores of solnns now know 10 times peas, corn, or okra will delight the more about it than they did before palate and enrich the diet many Columbia Record So far as we nr-- ' months after they mature In the garden, If properly put up In cans or Jars personally concerned, the reformers and stored In the pantry, says the may go as far ns they like and nev United States Department of Agricu- er come back. Globe-Democrat $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. lture. It Is not enough to enjoy these vegetables when they are freh. From October to June the storage cellar nnd the corner grocery are likely to yield only potatoes, turnips, old carrots, cabbage, and onions, and the use of these vegetables Is likely to prove monotonous without occasional reminders of the summer garden. The amount of each kind of vegetable to be canned depends on the preference of the household, and the garden must bo planned accordingly. A family of five, mother, father and three children, or four adults, may well use 70 pounds n week of fruits and vegetables weighed fresh or uncooked. This would be the equivalent of such n combination as eight pounds canned, three pounds dried, pounds of fresh maand forty-fou- r terial. Of this allowance, half, or thirty-fiv- e pounds a week, may well consist of fresh or canned vegetables. Four pounds, or two quarts, of can ned vegetables are considered a minimum weekly allowance for the winter months. Star Tho radio will unqualified success If congress- cd as laid down by men do not try to broadcast their clared tho professor. be an Indianapolis Mr Bryan," de- speeches. They tell us that a shad lays .1,000,000 eggs a year. Good. But why not cross a hnd with a chicken and outdo the shortage In eggs. Southern Lumberman An Ohio man died and left $100,000 to a girl who had refused to marry him, showing that gratitude Is not a lost London Opinion Fountain pens figure among the utensils confiscated In America for containing illicit whisky. No wonder some of thsc Americans are such spirited writers A cook in Southern Lumberman a New YorK hotel has been found to poj.-i'ta wondtrful operatic inr voice. He ought to have fine s t- Square Deal a daily newspaper that interests eveiy member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. range t FARM DEPARTMENT. Tarsn And Homo News From Over only when they go to roost or are on the nest, J. R. Smyth, one of the Kentucky. Interest in sweet clover as a soil 'poultrymen pointed out. This makes building and pasture crop is on the it necessary to follow different county, ac- - ods In ridding the flock of the pests. In Livingston cording to County Agent L. C. Pace, ' Sodium fluoride which can be than 200 acres have been seed- - chased at any drug store Is used elth-e- d er as a powder or a dip and has been there this spring. found to be an effective means of community plan of controlling lice. When It Is used In line with the pound Is added as iann and home improvement, McLean to a dip for hens one warm water. 10 gallons of hike It planning four county farmers are community fairs to be held in differ- - is used full strength when the hens ent sections of the county this fall, are dusted, wittt it, In controlling mites, it Is neces County Agent R. H. Ford reports. busy work- sary first to clean the house thorCommittees already are oughly and then spray it with a three ing out arrangements for them. I nieth-Increase . re Washington Post Many a man Two farmers met on a country who is proud of his ancestors could road and pulled up their teams. "Si," said Josh. "I've got a mule not get an "O. K." from them as their Accepting tho check, Dr. Spnnghr wrote: "I hardly expected to win the & prlzo. However, I am glad I undertook it, ulnce I was able to show even ; you how untenable your ptand is whore you Insist on Interpreting tho Succeed when evemhini? fail. J In nervouv prostintiot? nnd female facts of biology as you do." ,.... ....l....i,..l I? weokr.esse they are the supreme ....... .. rru l.... i iiv ii,t' jiutv ijuemiuiin nui'Jiuitt-- t remedy, ai thousands have testified. to Profe8or Spangler by Mr. Bry.m FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND wore answered in the lettor. The flrkt STOMACH TROUBLE question, as to whether he believed it is the best medicine sold ho descended from an apt, Dr. Spnnp-le- r IU over a druggists counter. ald "No the biologists ot today do not teach that man descended from the ape of today, and no one It except those ignorant of thf Wnntr facts of biology." "Yes," was his answer to the othc questlons, which were: "Do you bollevo in Biblical m'ua clcs, tho fcupernnturnl as recorded In the Bible, the Virgin birth, reMirrc FOR PERSONA?. tion of Christ and His appearnnce to Dusolved In water for HVniFNP douche atop His disciples?" pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. Finkharn Med. Co. for ten years. A hedinc wonder for nasal catarrh, ore throatand (ore eye Economical. Hal rlUawdinarr cluDiuig and urmucxlal T"rr. Ohio County 'b20V&Q i&tMa te er i Every Wonuui DIRECTORY VmaJ. TVP.atonTcartC.mp.tT.Ik.roo.ftta. What did you give descendant. with distemper. CIRCUIT COURT that one of yours when he had it?" "TiirnpnMnA. Meets first Mondny in March, May niililnn!" Chicago Tribune; Union labor is I A week later they met again. ot value to the worklngman, to the and July th,rd Monday In September "Say, SI, 1 gave my mule turpen- employer nnd to society. But the and fourth Monday in November: pur-moabuse of union labor thru the machln- - U,IKC George b. Wilson, Owsnsboro. tine, and it killed him." Glover II. Cary, ations of unschupulous leaders who.00"1'"1- - Attorney "Killed mine, too. Giddap!" I Calhoun. limit production, blackmail capital HOW LONG WILL, CAKE Clerk Frank Black. and employers, and make pawns of OF ICE LAST IX SUX? the workers In a crooked game, is) Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. dangerous alike to the public and to Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. Wooster, O., April 29. How long tn0 unions. COUNTY COURT cake of Ice last Convenes first Monday in each will a m when fully exposed in a comfortably Rochester Times-Unio- n Tho jit- month: Judge R. R. Wedding. heated room? ney Is the one gentleman among the County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. I-- - The Mlnglewood Coal & Ice Com- pedestrian's enemies. It always ratFtswm 4m pany, which just opened a new ice tles before It strikes. Clerk Guy Ranney. I jlBjL A &fe Old Fashioned Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: to five per cent solution of some good manufacturing plant here, placed a Mack Cook, Iris Render, George cake of frozen water In roost poles are palnt- stock dip. The Rnaedj for Worni Boston Transcript "Make your In order to show Crittenden counP. Jones. of a downtown bu- boys work," says the Secretary of Seventy.firo rears contin. ty farmers the possibilities in grow- ed with a full strength solution of the the front window uoua ue i the beat testiJailer Nat Hudson. or crude oil. siness place where the sun beat in up- Labor. Certainly, Mr. Davis. Boys' ing alfalfa and the best method of saino material monial TREY'S VERMIFUGE on it. QUARTERLY COURT get busy and' lay out your diamonds! producing the crop, W. D. Sullenger, can offer you. disapeared in The last bit of ice Convenes first Monday In each month Keep a bottle always on Marion ,wlll cooperate with the Col- Marked Promos Made In Farm and fifty-si- x hand. It will help keep hours and fifty minutes. FISCAL COURT Home Work. Richmond News-LeadThe vital lege of Agriculture extension divithe little ones healthy Convenes Tuesday after first Monand telling phrases coined day by Lexington, Ky., May 29. Agricui- R. Spencer sion and County Agent J. and happy, day in January; Tuesday in first 30c a bottle atroui dnirfirt'a or day are soon incorporated into our in applying limestone to 20 acres tural extension work in agriculture Itneial atoir; or if jrour dealet April and October, R. R. Wedding slanguage. FOR FLETCHER'S can't. uppljryou..rnd)j!iname and seeding the field with the crop. and home economics carried on in and 30c in atamna and we'll County Judge, presiding. Kentucky by the College of Agriculi aad you a bottle promptly. Ottawa Citizen The man chiefly 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford progress in a numFSEY, Bltiist, UL o The number of boys and girls en- ture made marked responsible for the present rate of 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towWHY THEY ARE MEATLESS project In ju- ber of varied lines during the year rolled for the poultry foreign exchange was tho Inventor of nior agricultural chibs of Fayette ending June 30, 1921, according to Q. B. Brown. Simmons Srd District the printing press. Jack Spratt could eat no fat, coining yeaY has been the annual report of the work which county for the lth District J. R. Murphy, press. His wife could eat no lean. increased 50 per cent over that of has just come off the Washington Post The London A few of the points outlined In the You see, they spent thir money WILL last year, County Agent, W. R. Gab- ps)chiatrist who says dreams aro nth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart- For the flivver's gasoline. bert says. One hundred fifty young- report to show the progress of the TAKE ford, R. F. D. No. 4. work follow: Fresno Republican. meaningless must have been ono of sters will hatch from two to four Mack Martin, Narrows. those who fell for the scheme of Am- (lth District A 35 per cent Increase in county t of purebred hatching eggs furR. F. D .No. 2. Mr. Proffy Teer (to genealogist) erica's cancftlinsr Europe's war debts. agent work, 16 new full time agents fviyi3yeui nished by interested poultry raisers 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Brac How much do you chaig" for trac of the county who are cooperating in and six assistant agents having been A Treatasrii ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. Prohibition has removed the iiin-ta- x ing back family hlst'ry? employed. H&nJSaBSasusarsV r furthering purebred poultry work. from liquor. BOARD OF EDUCATION Genealogist Fifty pounds for pupils In Hot school lunches for mXliaWW Vsm Mi. Si- for WEAK t Superintendent GO rural schools started Mrs. I. S. Mason by county hunting It up, and 150 pounda for LUNGS 01 If present plans materialize, DaPROKKithOK KEEPS Convenes First Monday in ever hushing it up. London Sketch. viess county this fall will have a home demonstration agents with a BRYAN'S CHECK month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C CONSUMPTION j,1ricUy agricultural fair that will not total of 35,000 meals served. BROKE NECK COMBING HAIR Secretary-Treasurer. and More than 13,000 farm women inrun for profits, according to a reho Morgantovn, W. Va., April 29. R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief for (hit tlted, port of County Agent J. W. Whlte-Tious- e. fluenced by county home demonstrafcelinc professor of Miss Helen Vlekery, a Schenectady, Dr. It, C. Spangler, R. F. D. No. G. , cougha, pains la cheit. night mean, agent work. Dans are to hold the fair tion weak lungs or consumption. If it data N. Y., nurse, was combing her hair botany at West Virginia University, W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, HartProducts valued at $135,500 pronot htlp you it coats you nothlos, 1n one of the tobacco warehouses in today said he had decided to accept g ford, R. F. D. No. 3. club when she encountered a Enarl. Turnduced by junior agricultural .tbo county. Lock do"x ate ing her head sidcwlse Bho pulled the the $100 bent him under protest by Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL GO. members. COLUMBUS o William Jennings Bryan as a re- Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. During each month of the year, an comb thru It. The forco of the Jerk Many Hens Sriiitch for Lice and Not ward to any college professor who Claud Renfrow, Dundee'. average of 27 extension specialists she gave the comb dislocr.ted the, verFor Feed. harmonize the Darwinian theExaminations. average of 80 tebrae Just below the base of tho would Lexington, Ky., April 20. "Make helped farmers in an neck and chipped off a piece of ory of evolution with the Bible. For Common School Diplomas different counties with their probtbo hens scratch for their feed and In a letter to Mr. Bryan the pro- Fourth Friday nnd Saturday In Janbone. Her neck was placed In a not for lice", has been biiggested by lems. plaster cast whore it will have to fessor cnlled upon him to retract a uary, nnd Second Friday and Satur Approximately 7,000 lambs docked Toultrymen at the College of AgriDoctors declare statement that the biologist was day In May. To be held in Fords-vlllremain indefinitely. as a good watchword for Ken- and otherwise altered to show sheep that the slightest movoment would "guilty of cowardly evasion." Facculture Beaver Dam and Hartford. tucky farmers during tho coming raisers how to put their animals in bring pressure on tho delicate spinal ulty members, students and residents For Teachers' Certificates Third per cent of the the best market condition. tmmmer. At least 75 of the city who heard Mr. Bryan's Friday nnd Saturday in May, June Approximately COO, 000 purebred cord and cause paralysis find death. flocks in the State are troubled with lecture and Professor Spangler's re- - ani sentember Except notice is -summer, this con- hatching eggs distributed in further- NINETY-NIN- E lice and mites each PER CENT WATER piy are wining to sign a statement !glven t0 the contrarv tne iatter ex dition not only lowering the egg ing the poultry standardization cam that the proposition had been answer :aminatlons will bo held in Hartford. production of tho hens but also weak- paign. A rather seedy-lookin- g Individual OTHER OFFICERS Tho report which Is Circular No. ening the vitality of the birds so that came Into the druggist's nnd ordered Tnv Commissioner R. F. Keown, they are more npt to become infected 113 may be obtained free by writing n prescription to be filled, tho cost of Feelirleht all tho time. Don't Inyo Fordsville. the Experiment Station, Lexington. with disease, it was pointed out. by which was C5 cents. The druggist Survcjnr C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo from work for daysVer-La- x taking calomec When pleasant ii- keeps yotj This is a good time of the year to wrapped the bottle up and laid It Representative Ira Jones, White en your feet, while relieving your troubi , Bet ahead of many of the lice and Age When Parasite-- Diiniago Hogs on the counter. Tho seedy ono felt Je. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Dorft Run. Most To Ho Studied. mites, which multiply more rapidly In his pocket, put a penny down on Jakori,.ny,th,n& clse can't affortl HARTFORD It. JUiminatea poisons, cleanses bvs 1n hot weather, by having a spring Lice and Internal parasites ot hogs the counter, grabbed the package, Follco Jtylgc J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation. ft A nat cleaning ot tho poultry house, tho are known to cause great losses to and mado a bolt for tho door. Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. ural remedy, natural in its actions, Cleanings have pork producers, but little is known poultrymen say. "Stop hlra!" shouted the druggist. In its effect and certain in results. Buri Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. I ot about the period of tho animal's life Another customer who was waiting been found to bo effective means won't bo loner before ROCKl'ORT completely displace calomel in ever J Teducing tho nuinbor ot posts in the when tho losses from these causes aro tried; but failed. Judge. Robert L. hornet Children can tako it freely am) greatest. To clear up this question "houses and on tho hens. "Well, I'll bo Wowed!" said the with perfect safety. Every bottle Lee W. Pherson, Marshall, d. Lice live on chickens while mites tho Zoological Division and tho Anl- - druggist. "But never 60c and $1 in bottlca. Nona mind I'vo Edd Cooper, Chairman. - made n profit of half a cent genulno without tho likeness nnd sieW etay on tho roosts nnd in the cracks mal Husbandry Division of the Unitanyway!" W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. turo of L. K. Grliiaby. For sale by of the bouse and trouble the chickens ed States Department of Agriculturo, tided, with a grin. Stilll Mason.I Treasurer.s S. 3JLIJJLU1. . HftitftarA atta. .f.a J I dTi Mothers r jvs. use TT 300-pou- yermiru e i &J Zjm s?lltj? J 300-pou- er Children Cry C ASTO R A III. YOU. OUR set-lin- gs GERMINAL REMEDY p5aeKjsSW 'rJ- FORGONE MONTH hcmoi-tbacei- USE LI V-VER-- o, I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation, "u jruar-nntee- - '$50,000.00 KENTUCKY DERBY Will Be Run at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Saturday, May 13th RIGHT OF FREE PRESS STRESSED s44ss4 404v4ft Now Vork, April 27. Members of tho Amerlrnn Newspaper Publishers' Association. In their annual convention lure today, adopted a resolu- I tion oxprwilng "determination to resist all Interference with the rights Moryich, the Champion of Last Season, and a Large Field of Other Its members and of the press to High Class Three Year Olds, Will Be Amonir !.. Si.riM-- . fro expression under the coustltu- I' Uonal B,,aranlee-For the Greatest Stake in Airerica ,n jn8truotlng tlie committee 011 resources forty-eigh- t renewal of tho Ken- older hiimllnii) horses, and at least one federal laws to exhaust Its The In maintaining liberty of Hv prc3, tucky lierby, wlilrh will bo run nt other roll from the same Saturday, stable; Mnntfort .Iinie.V Surf Illder, tbo the resolution dallied thai It apClmrrbltl Itwin, winner of six rates lust year, uml peared "as nn aftermath of tho exf,iv I'lil'i pnmilscs to be the must " tin long hNtory of thin Itoiknilnlster, n promising Friar Uoel: traordinary executlvo and Judicial ilt; .Iiihn Finn, whosi. wnrfc m !.... powers exorcised during the great .uiiuac r.iff. TUs jenr the Kontui'ky ha been u- nr. li llliprlr nf th ..,-! Jockey 'lull Imi ndded .V0.(XI0, and u lllL'lon Miiikns li t i n itnn.frn.ni. 1. 1. . I. ...!,... .1 ,1. ...... I n...-U,...l irri..lt .. $7,1kkj sold service to tho winner, mnk-i- i tl'lldrr! ' till ft'.... fllli .11.11111, iirltii. ..n- .u Mill, fUl IUU3IV llllUJluiirn uuiiub tlii. tliat it In point of miIiio tin richest, in might repeat the victory of tho year In efforts to pass restrlctlvo leg-olllly to win tbo Derby; Washington It iilwujs Imi been tin most sought i8iatlon In Congress and in state leg-,::stake In America, 'U; ;S:,,m'..M.ta1.'!'' J" ,,,!!?.,,howlniulnture8. after and In efforts to throttle, rnero clutter iirounii tne uerny nil ...H.1...LM iiirni i is Miring; liru -- .. . n;n uy (jolly, Iltisy American uml rrilplini litf nnnrnonilpntoil liifral nnu ' tho memories nnu me rnm.imc iiim nv Proce(1,nB9-shrinmake the turf sn nlltirlng and that en.j Bet Moslo, and hu makes no secret of Ju,,,clal Before- listening to addresses to-Churchill Inwns In the hearts' the claim that he expects to rua one two In this year's Derby as he illil nlcht by Senator Gilbert M. Hltch- a century of race liners. b.i'f Beginning with Aristldes, iho first l:it year with Behave Yourself and ' cock, of Nebraska, and Seymour V winner, anil continuing through an lm- - Itlack Servant; .1. S. CoMlen who al- - Crowell, president of tho New York , ready bus one Derby winner to his miiri.il roster of thorotishlireil Kin,:-stock Exchange, the convention In ereillf In P. ml limnu t.ft. ....... v. - has ....1.TM Ititi.riMit In thn Derliv lm """vo, uviii;ii;.i hiadopted two sets of resolutions relatI"""" every year uni.l ticdiiy the nn excellent chance to win with Hood i ctimmmI . trade agreements with the b tiMim-of the contenders are home-- ' Times; Kal Sarnr. who ran secmd to . , ., . iraues. uno m- bold words, and their respective mer-It- s ....... wi ofiuiui nines ins. year, in several priniinc are subject of arcuinents that llBllile for the Ivrbv; Conlllltv, the Btructed the board of directors to of the Lexington Futurity, has' tabllsh an open shop division of the will not ccae until the number of tin winner l hung out on .May Kith. worked faster than nnv flllv In tl.nl A. N. I'. A. West. Unless she Is saved for tho Tbo outstanding favorite this year "The open shop division of tho Oaks, she will certainly go In the Der- Typotheta has proven a source of Benjamin Illock'H Mnrvleh, which his carter !. win by. 'Lucky Hour Is the hnpo of the strength and benefit to tho Job printning every nice In wii.Hi le started Sltnnis' stable. He Is already a win- - er," this resolution recited, "and frebeai'ng all his competitors With an nor this ear, was second In the Pirn- to tho newspaper publisher. cae that marks hliu us a cult of sur- - Hot Puturlty last year, and Is a horse quentlytimn of need: therefore, we ne- tn iii allty, approaching, of undoubted class. With Deadlock, passing speed and the If be does not cquat, Man o War. Spanish Maize, Cbatterton, My I'lay liove the tlmo has arrived when Monlch Is training at the Jamaica and several other dark horses to draw A. N. P. A. should set up an open race track. Now York, where his trials from, there Is sure to be a largo field shop division to bo maintained and are phenomenal. He will probably of the best In America ontrated without opposition or pre start In the opening handicap at .lamal- - to face the starter at Churchill Downs judice to any other department of the ca and will he shipped Immediately on Saturday, May Kith, organization." thereafter to Churchill Downs where The Downs Is more beautiful than resolution, The "freo speech" lie will receive his final workout for ever this car, accommodations for which was adopted unanimously, folthe public have been greatly Increas- the Derby. The prowess of Morvlch has not ed, and every arrangement has been lows: y "The liberty of freedom of speech discouraged the owners of other Der- - nnido for the reception of at least 'WW people. The Kentucky Derby Is and freedom of the press being the candidates nnd there will be a field from twelve to llftcon hor.es to, ,hc center of all attraction In the turf most recent of modern liberties of nn'1 and In consequence tho most 'V,'.", Down" wl" bs th contest with the champion for the K0,. INCORPORATED Mecca to which all lovers of frequently threatened and; 000 stake and Its accompanying ?OO0. M,ort 0 Silturilayt M ,3tl( appearing to this convention "It gold souvenir. Among the number nrej the opening day of the Spring meeting .Harry i'ayno Whitney's Olympus, a, at lulsvllle, which will continue until that as an aftermath of tho extraordinary executive and Judicial powrecent winner at Havre de Grace, over! June 3rd. ers exercised during the great war, the liberty of the press has been seriously threatened." "vaccine," which has saved the life 1'HAI.M PHILOSOPHY -- tof many a man. In some oriental Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, uy J. Adam Iiedo countries the cow Is a sacred animal. heal up NAVY TO ENROLL FIFTY Hero sho Is often more scared than collar and harness galls (In The Crescent.) employes become too serious. few of tho commodities of every-da- y quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini- house NEW OFFICERS IN JULY sacred. life. Cows These five women are at tho head It Is both healing cow! You'll spoil ment Is applied. Luxuries have long been beyond Tho good dairy cow gives down, Don't swear at a GOc and of certain, committees dealing with Price 30c, and antiseptic. Washington, April 29. Tho Navy her milk of tho working classes and and so does the good Congressman. by Ohio Coun- phases of the economical situation the reach And make tho cream go way for $1.20 per bottle. Sold the still greater sufferers of the great Department is taking steps to enroll Cows have fewer teeth but more m ty Drug Company. good: fifty naval officers In a new class la falling within tho narrower province middle class. btomachs than a man. and about us .... ..,.. U U U..I..I...... ...nAl. . 1! UICI IJMI Wtlllll. She'll dress you up as fine as silk .n Another question in which the naval aviation to start July 1, at of women's activities, and are also JU1UI1 UCft BOYS TKAINED FOK WAK. Pensacola, Fla., It was announced to" treat ller klnd- - a3 'ou alwa's advisory members of other commit- women members of tho council have Tho ox like the banker Is a good , day. s"ou1 is that of the training lra(t animal, but tho banker ought to That a national organization exists tees. As now organized the Nation a vital interestreserves, as this Is in .The new class when formed will m. 11 ,TT , " be checked up like a horse boys In military service al Economic Council is considered on of economic for training at tho regular naval flying The ox Is also a good deal liko a Man may be great, but he truly seems in spite of the terms of peace was ly temporary, and will only assume a direct line with their longicherished train Guilty of wilful blindness, Germany's plan of making household and social school at that place. This school Is Congressman, as he attends barbeopenly announced by a German rural permanent character after Till ho learns to garner the richest newspaper. Details were given of entire economic structure has under- training obligatory among the young classed as "the finest In the world," cues 'and gets roasted everywhere. cream women of Germany. The leaders In and the course of training there as The cow surpasses tho ox for gentraining plans' Involving long marches gone a thorough renovation. "without equal In any country." eral dairy purposes and tho goat also From the milk of human kindness. As It now stands, the council has this movement feel that after the and rifle practlco In summer and an The student flyers will be chosen every severe economic strain thru which makes a very good butter. appeal was made to German youths 326 members, representative of from applicants now In the comimls-slonIf you scare a cow or chaso her a to show their patriotism by Joining one of the Interests of tne great Germany has passed and the still The quality of a cow's milk depersonnel of the navy. Agriculture and more critical period thru which she pends on her pedigree, and the quan mile and. then milk her, you will get the organization and preparing for national household. Just what you deserve skim milk. A the war of revenge. It was evident- Industry have tho priority each with will still be called upon to pass tity on her pasture WILL FIGHT PROFITEERING only hope of an eventual recovery finoil fooit nnd famllv connections scared cow skims In transit. ly expected that the paper wuold es- 68 seats; commercial, banking and the In tho old days when tho farmer cape the attention of tho entente dis- insurance Interests each have 44 will lie in the intelligence and the are as important to a cow as to oth- Women's organizations In Omaha-shou-ld seats; the trades and' professions con- spirit of solidarity and er folks, nnd no common stock Is so set the milk on shelves in tho living armament commission. be commended on the stand trol 36 seats each, and the consum displayed by the women of tne coun- they have gentle, mllkable, and generous as the room, and then peddled his butter in taken toward flower profitry. wcll-bre- ii ing class only 30, considered by the cow Hint has a nrido of an- - town, tho ultimate consumer could Do Your Rest. teers In their city on "Mothers' days." every memcDer or tuo tamiiy. to renresontatlves of the housekeepers cestry. and finds In tho herd book taste Everyone should do all ho can Last year buyers of flowers wero Milk is more Influenced by envir- provide for his family and in order as being entirely out of proportion to tho record of her ancestors. stung so badly that this year tho It is by heredity. vital Interests of this class. to do this ho must keep his physical tho FOR FLETCHER'S Tho dnlry cow Is a creature of hab- onment than women have adopted the slogan "Buy Upon the National Economic Coun In the old days it cost 15 cents or system in the best condition possible. it, A farmer who bought a heifer no flowers on Mothers' Day." of a drink of whiskey to No one can reasonably hopo to do cil devolves the enormously difficult from a Seventh Day Adventlst found the price to . The first woman deputy-sheriprevent the com she would glvo no milk on the Sab- ship a bushel of wheat from Duluth much when ho Is halt sick a good problem of 'trying to complexion Is due to a tor- be appointed In Louisiana, is Mrs. Sallow Liverpool, and the farmers share of the time. It you are consti plete economic collapse under the bath. So he named her tho Christian to purifies and Maggie RIck3, who runs a hotel in. thought that If they stopped drink- pated, bilious or troubled with Indi overwhelming pressure of homo and pid liver. Herblne Observer. and bowels and Amlt, La. She will guard jurymen strengthens the liver Every pedigreed bull should take ing whiskey they would bo right In gestion get a package of Chamber- foreign politics. rosy bloom of health to during their meals at her hotel, Hut despite this tremendous re- restores tho the Liverpool market. There's many lain's Tablets and follow the plain n course In animal husbandry. communication with outsidSold by Ohio tho cup and the ship. printed directions, and you will soon sponsibility, the council Is prely an the cheek. Price 60c. The French word for cow is a slip between m ers. County Drug Co. experts, nnd "vacho."' nnd from that is derived be feeling alright and able to do a Investigating body of ' limitam this places very significant WILL KXTKXI) FATING day's work. tions upon its efficiency and scope. OF CORN' TO LEVANT MRS. ELLA MULLIXS. The majority of tho work It accom GERMAN WOMEN LEAD NEW ECONOMIC MOVEMENT plishes Is of a tedious and technical Amerl-nn- n Constantinople, April 29. nature, practically unknown to the rnrn flour and corn grits are larger public. The work Is all done By Karl II. Von Wlegand. making tholr first appearance In norlln. Aiirll 29. Gorman women by committees and subcommittees, and other parts of Soviet Armenia an important role In the the most Important of which are detho Near East this year, these pro- are playing and social- Economic Council known voted to economic-politicducts having been substituted for National Food, coal, hous as the Third Chamber of tho Gernan political question. ' wheat nnd rice on an extensive scale Parliament. This council, which Is ing conditions, reparations, taxes, While Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Cos thru Asia minor and tho Caucasus. outgrowth of tho war, embodies training of a coming generation of An offort to make corn products an and Co But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugamong tho Turks in the economic interests, both from the economists are the specific dealth popular ri,.etiiiiHnmiiA area has also been standpoint of tho employer and the with by tho subcommittees. Came and Stayed. nnd tho conThe women members of tho counInaugurated by Armenian business omploye, tho producer "Chamber of Labor" cil are naturally most keenly intermen here. . A meeting to discuss tho sumer. Tho Mueli-saested in questions of social welfare, corn was held ro- - it is called by Frau Charlotto Dutlon, Ala. In recommending Thed- feeling after meals. Sour stomach and use of American one of tho two women chosen and Just now of tho more vital probcently nt the headquarters of the to Iter friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking ht union of lem of mere existence for the masses ford's tho principal to represent tho natlon-wld- o Near East Relief, It aids digestion, also a powerful under tho present crushing condiHousekeepers, neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Beauty and Health speakers bolng Dr. J. A. LoClorc, of Gorman claiming 2D0.000 tions. off Impurit Washington, and P. C. Minor, of organization, now Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver In throwing Go Hand in Hand Much time has been expended Dr. LeClorc, one or members. Wllkesbarro. ties. I am glad to recommend my head is prelty DeIn addition to the two women who alono upon the now taxes imposed getting up In years; Here is Sound Advice for AH Women tho food experts attached to tho ,l.n IndtraLtit rt tlio limlSR upon such articles of dally consump and do, to my friends and I have seen medicines and remewhile. partment of Commerce, has boon I Covington, Ky. "For a long timo I cocoa, as these heau-nch- o neighbors." Europo for the past sev- keepers there aro two representatives (jon as coffee, tea and traveling In suffered severely every month witu em duties must bo paid in gold marks, dies come and go but the old reliable ti.o r.iiika of the house nnd pains in my back and hums. en months studying tho foods used Is a stand Thedford's way tho social thus bringing tho consumer's prlco came and stayed. I am talking of Favorite ployes, and in this Then I began using Dr. Pierce's by European people with a vlow to Prescription nnd I can testify that it equilibrium or balance of power Is up to 116 to 120 mnrks for a pound proused ard household remedy with a record of a liver medicine we have extending the uso of American gave mo much relief and that it has been and the arbitrations and of coffoe and 120 to 12S marks for the samo great benefit to my daughter for ducts. Mr. Minor, a practical milling preserved, for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. similar trouble All women who Biitfor tho American decisions of tho council relieved from n pound of tea. expert, represented Every one occasionally needs something It takes no great mathematical on and one that will do the work. with troublo of a fcniimno character the slightest suspicion of partisanAssociation. Maize Products thould try Dr. Pierco's Favorite, mind to calculato what this will mean in ship. "Dlack-Draugwill relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. Seventeen public institutions Mrs. Ella Mullms, 2037 A fifth woman represents those of to the average Incomo of 3,000 marks agreed to mako Constantinople havo Center St. Insist upon Thedright, and I know Try products, her sex engaged In business or com- a month. Moreover, tho consumer's and constipation if taken Start on tho road to Health and Beaua month's trial of corn "Prescription ' of Ur. nnd serves as a tax Is to be Increased on sugar, potagenuine. ty by obtaining this substituting them for wheat and rice. mercial enterprises tho arguments toes, electric bulbs, matches, mineral tor I Wed It. It Is the best thing I have ford's, the Pierce's from your neighborhood drug per further brake should At all druggists. uU, uncomfortable liquid. Write Dr. Pierce, gist, in tablets or Tho saving In cost Is about 75 feund lac i between the housekeepers and the water, beer, to mention only a very Hotel in UutTalo, president Invalids' cent. N. Y., for free medical advice, GALLON US " f lilgh-rltui- -.- rrs - nl !" threc-jenr-o- '. , of ' fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ' s M..-..1.- .1. ...... BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, !., IN STOCK If You 1 d have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an ."ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. tliree-.u-ar-ol- 7.",-b- Hartford Printing Company ., ,, high-clas- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY I " . rlw..1.. ed Children Cry CASTORIA ff THE "OLD RELIABLE'1 THEDFOROS BLACK OGHT ht al Black-Draug- ! well-kno- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht, trr Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- ht ht Black-Draug- as V ' i ' We Save You Money on ; of dnrk tobacco will glvo tho soil r the power to demand nn ndenualo dl-- 1 v.sInn of tho worth of n crop which has lieen rich picking for a favored few. There Is n strong foreign d nituul for Kentucky's dark tobacco, n demand which will Justify n goo.l profit to those who havo worked In uncertainty and at times lived cIom? to the edge of privation for lack of a dcpondablo selling' system. XOTICi: TO KII.K CLAIMS All persons having claims against th' estate of A. W. Logan deceased, Wait For The Big Circes The only Big Show Coming this Year Campbell-Baile- y - Hutcbinsoo Royal Tokio Troupe of Japs lires MAC TIRE COMPANY 1016 E. 4th St., nro hereby notified to fllo same, properly proven.wlth names & Smith Attorneys, Hartford, Ky. on or before June 1, 1922, and upon their failure so to do, said claims will be forever Combined Circus and Wild West MuseumMenagerie-Hippodrome-W- ild Animal Arena 2 Herds of Performing Elephants barred. This April 19, 1922. A. , " ' n. CARSON, FLORENCE M. LOGAN, Logan, deceas- Executors of A. ed. 43t3 -- Prettiest Bare-bac- k Riders Dancing Horses Trained Wild Beasts - Horse Fair 3 Rings j Speed Tournaments 200 Horses at 2 and 8 p. m. Athletic Contest FKUTILIZKK. Done Meal Tobacco Grower and 1(J per cent acid Phosphate at 44t4 W. E. ELLIS & BIIO. Special Train of Cars Doors open one hour earlier. Owensboro, Kentucky. I HAPK- itiuvi:i: mm. Tho Dixie Realty Co., held an sale of the Jarnlgan lots on the! Du Point Highway, Saturday. Tho' Morgantown band furnished music for the occasion and quite a larg crowd was present. Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Duvall, of Ow-- I and ensboro, are visiting friends relatives in town, this week. Mr. J. M. Porter went to Louisville last Thursday, wher he underwent He is' an operation for appendicitis. reported to be doing nicely now. Mr. J. D. French, of Pleasant Ridge, was the guest of relatives here , Mammoth Free Street Parade at Noon Day 2 Performances WILL EXHIBIT AT THR Arm ASSO- CIATION GAINS FAVUK -, Hi-- ftuily, of Owi'iiMxiro, First man Signer of Association Pledge. Wo- Nearly every- in Todd County joins with TtMh Camp, chalrntan of tho Dark Growers organization com- titles for this county, in delight ov- -or Mrs splendid success which murkJ the initial rampalgu for slgna- rtres to the Dark Tobacco Growers Associatioir. Approxl- saa..ely 4.500 acres were signed up la the first drive out of the cstimat- d 5.7&0 acres in tho county which trt be planted in toto.u.o this yeir. Strnt? the commute auout miy per ovnt A total of about i.'iO growers signed. Clkton, Ky., May 3. hev will get ninety per cent of the mirably put. Christ inn County 'Active. Ky.. May 3. T. C. "The feeling favor! m an or?ar.'- .lopkinsvllle. j':c. farmer, business man ami 2ation is not oniy strong among me i lU.iry of tho Christian County, fanners who have been affiliated but wlth J'.ti Iiiir u, was elected chairman j amongthe former association, hereto-- j the, farmers who have conmiitteo In ti :Ue organization policy to-- I adopted a hands-of- f '.utlun county Tor tho Dark Ajwocla-- j ward any and all ef- j .00 Growers twv. aud he lost no time in planning forts. This Is an indlction that the u AurK. jplan Is well founded, and should In His first movo was to announce a time not over night be suqc ssful. , "The frankness and absolute clari .erivs of educational mooting! cover-.. mill tlttVflllllPAfl ty with which the plan has been preenure cumuj 'n .... ...-- n' tuo sented In this county by Mr. Aaron uy .i mass meeting at tho courthouse iouday afternoon which was addros-i- Sapiro and by Col. Jos. Passonneau nswUt-d- c In his speech here on April 15th by Hon. Virgil Chapman. neutral counsel of the Burley should b- - taken us an Indication of Its genuineness." Growers Association. The largo city papers aro watching Beginning Tuesday night Mr. Jones uri.uiged for neighborhood ineotings with intoreet tho progress of the orLoading law-j- r ganization of the dark tobacco grow-tA be hold each night. Under tho nbovo caption tho and business nun of Hopkins-'U'- f and iarmois of tho county spoke Louisvlllo Times says: "Any question as to tho reception of tho It these meetings. marketing plan In tho dark signing of plodgoe will bo Thu jtken up In Christian county In ths tobacco district of Kentucky must have been dispelled by the enthujaar future. Work siasm displayed when tho signing li of pledges was Inaugurated in Todd the above heading, the lluler says: "Dark county, Tho enlistment of forty-si- x growers who nro opposed to per cent of tho acrrago of tobacco tobacco Marketing Associa- area of tho county presages succ h. up to thc must optomlstlc expecan object lesson yestion received terday in its value when Utlrty own- tations. hogshead "In tho ( dark district thero are er of 9,000,000 pounds of a pool ngencli opposed to the movement, tobacco fn storage formed Deal-.t- s and these ngenclcs nro not disintertuown us tho Hurley Tobacco marketing These dealers are ested. Tho Association. To-f0re .v. News-Domocr- at ly irop of the county and would not be jurpris d to see it one hundred per They say they have taken the fcad In the dark district and over the Discuslng the proposed Dark To- ftucley district, and they propose to Association, the it by making their county solid I'""" Growers jiecp Clarksville (Tenn) Lwf Chronicle. lor the organization. sa's editorially in part: "Tho opin- First Woman Signer ' Owensboro, Ky., May"3. Daviess ion seems to be gaining ground that organization of a .onnty claims a large share of tho marketing association for the Black snotUght in connection with the first Saplro plan will be wsltfve steps toward the organizing Patch under the Co- - a forward step toward a stabilization st the Dark Tobacco Growers .vMHvn Association. This county t tobacco prlcas and an era of com- The rta-- the first to inaugurate the fortable living for Us farmers. membership campaign but it does iarmers, we are persuuuuu, are uUL seeking spectacular prosperity, the claim the distinction of furnishing Mml that will make them million-Sir- s signer of a pledge. the Hrst woman George F. Itudy couldn't wait aires, in a season or two, hut thoy fn, n, nnmnnJim to mien in this do seok a comfortable, steady, stable enuntv. so she asked Col. Passon-- . Hvllhood. free from the cares and obliga wm. organization director, to send (worries of meeting annual ?iur the first pledge he received from "u". has hecin 'Strong endorsement tic tfdnter. This ho did and it was jriattd upside down on one side, but given the Sapiro plnn In this county fltrs Itudy nffixed hor signature and and no abler leaders than Judge John umul it with hor ?j.00 initiation T. Cunningham and Mr. Claude C. been selected, So sho Is tho first woman to Cocke, could have ?. 'These gentlemen will conduct tho jirn In the distiict. ;;'ht' Daviess county committee is pledge campaign under tho fre lance aUsii'iV handle the campaign when policy, and will not themselves use. or their assistants to it mwns here An office lias been nor allow any employ coercive or unfair means in which the u'carod The MM has fitted up with all necossary getting signers to tlu, contracts. Miss lleatrico Slaughter statements of Judge Cunningham that lurnlture. ,Jytn. .... ninnn as secretary ho will countenance no vio'.enro or aut" av.wivw h.., 4.. lawlessness In the campaign Is adcharge Mid is in active iit ,ocated ln Lexington. The object Is to se" plan Is detrimen- ..lf Ital to the Interests of the dealers, why should they form a pool. "Why are they forming a pool? They realize they can deal more advantageously with the mnrkct and get a better price for their goods with less pense of marketing. .Aircatiy ti,P Hurley Growers Is opcratiVo Association showing SpK,ndlcl results and thero is every reason to oxpec, that th(J dark f(re(, growera wiU fare no worse than the castcrn groWcrs or the dealers by talk,ng thc C0.o,H.ratve method. It ,g ccrta,n Ulat pr,cea w,n b(J 1)Cttor for a who arft , tho poo when the (lar,. f,red assocIatlon gets un,or g00(1 hcadwav. "Tho dealers, J)y their plan will in no way affrjet the price to be paid to the growers. It is merely acceptance of the principal of better marketing at less cost, with a greater profit to growar and deal- tr without an increased price to the ex-i'u- BEAVER DAM ONE DAY ONLY TUESDAY, MAY 16 laid to rest In the Sunnyslde Cemc-- 1 tery. She leaves a host of relatives' and friends to mourn her loss. Several from here attended tho ( slngiug convention at Nocrcek, Sun day. Saturday. Mrs. Mollle Herring was the guest of relatives and friends in Hartford Saturday and Sunday. Mr. B. It. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams were in Owensboro' one' day last week. Mrs. Charles Williams, of Stone, Ky.. is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Florence. Alford. this week. Mr. Joe Williams, our depot Agent, was called to the bedside-o- f his father, in Mississippi, Friday. Miss Edith Porter spent Sunday in Louisville, at the bedside of her j fnTftf1 TO THE PUBLIC! We Have Installed a First-Cla- ss Steam PRESSING MACHINE We Clean, Press and Repair Anything for Men, Women and Children. Give us a trial. Place of Business: One door west of Hartford Herald office building. father. I Mr. Clyde Embery lias completed his new home, in the Sowders add!-- 1 tion. Miss Carrie McKlnney, or Simmons, spent the week-en- d in town with her SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGE PLANTS BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB ('. M. 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