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XXXIV SCHOOL CLOSING Subscription $1.50 per Ywtfc NUMBER 46 SHIELDS IS FREED BY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, procured. It Is also said that tho boy Is Inexperienced, and not so very well versed In the' ways' of the world II. II. HRABSHAW FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1922. ed WAR FRAUD CHARGES UP FOR PROSECUTION Dnughcrty Snyx Casta Of First nitude Itcuily to Hand To Grand Jury. Mag- SUCCESSFUL YEAR for one of his age. T Washington, May 10. Frank L. Hopklnsvllle, Ky May 10. "We Join The Ten; Other' are entirely satisfied ln. fact more McVey, president of tho University of Court Notes. than pleased, with the outlook for Kentucky, was the honor guest nt a the organization of the dark Tobac- banquet given by tho Washington co Growers association branch of the alumni of tho univerMarvin Shields, charged with of Kentucky and Tennessee," said sity in the City Cfub here last night. of Watt Ranney, near Crom Joseph Passonneau, chief of the' or Nearly a hundred "U. ot K." gradganization work, hero today. Mr. uates atettded the dinner, and Jesse well, about the first of the present Passonneau has been a busy man vis- I. Miller, Lexington, acted as toast- - year, was declared not guilty, by Jury in the Ohio Circuit Court Wednesiting county after county and getting master. day afternoon at 3 o'clock, nfter havthe organization work started. But ing been glveh the case at 6 In tha MOTHERS' WAY AT BEULAH he smiled as he talked of tho hearty afternoon of Tuesday. Ths Jury, reception he had received at every place visited nnd the splendid way in . Mothers' Day services will be held with the Court, was In session until which the people all over the district at the Beulah Cumberland Presby- ten o'clock Tuesday night, but ntf verterian church, at Beda, Sunday May dict was arrived nt and tho Court are lining up with the movement. sent the Jnrors to their room. "The chief trouble," said Mr. Pas- the 21st. afsonneau, "Is that all the countries are It is said that upon the first poll The service Is to be an ade-thanxl6us to bo getting members. Es- fair, commencing at 10: 30 a. m. In of Ihe Jurv it stood ten to two for . pecially Is this true of the counties the absence ot the regular pastor, acquittal, the two standing firm for a. lying more on'fho outskirts of the Rev. L. D. Herald, Itev. R. T. Harper light sentence until after noon Weddistrict, nnd to. which I have been will preach et 11 o'clock All are in nesday when they requested that a. portion of the. testimony upon which, unable to get to as yet. All of them vited to attend and ,brlng well-fille- d there was a difference of opinion, ba are chafing to get their county organ- baskets. j read to them. Upon their retiring ization started. But this Is a thing " ", for further deliberation the two STRAWBERRY PICKING that takes time and the organization changed their opinions and Joined must be made county by county and William Bean. Jr.. Tlavmntirl (5r.iv the other ten for acquittal. it will be sometime yet before- the "While there woro two or three lines entlro district can be covered. All we Ot'ho Lee, Floyd and Cloyd Gibson, ask Is that the counties show a lit Hartford youths, left yesterday morn of defen3j upon which claim.-- tc.i actle patience, for they may be assured ing, for the vicinity ot Bowling Green quittal were made, the "Unwritten I ... A with robbing his own Government,'' we will get to them all in due time. .1.1. rtrt .1. ological Seminary of Louisville, will nnd- .vrs. Mitcneu v.u resme us .... n . n Jm.Ihi.1 Law" figured stronger perhaps. Ik wHcic iuj uic iu l.A uufcugeu.1 uuuu and for that leason he had insisted the verdict of the jury, although the "The work In the dark district Is the season, picking strawberries. deliver the baccalaureato sermon at on "the most painstaking investlga- - going ahead, even ntore rapidly and evidence offered In pUa of self de; tho Methodist Church. v 4 tion of all cases Involving charges of .successfully than it did Inst year in fense, that portion to the JuMonday evening. May ICth at 8 TTCim nilTHRFAIf niM ! ry and a change of construction placerlmlnalltv." Hr asserted that !lt the Burly District," Mr. Passonneau MARSHALL BULLITT o'clock, tho eighth grade graduating TRAIN IN WOODFORD was "regretablo that public attention continued, "iii our work of organizexorcises will be held In the audiTO RESIGN PLACE ed upon It by tlie two who finally should have been so strongly focused ing the Burley District we did not at made a verdict possible, had quite a , torium, at the school bujldlng. bit to do with the verdict. In tho afternoon of Tuesday at Tho Whites ami One Balli-- Stage on tho cases' upon the eve of their tempt to take any signatures before Washington, May 9. Marshall prosecution," and added: Judge W. P. Sandlge, Miller HolJuly 1. Down' here Todd County has Gun Fight At Versailles. 4 o'clock, the Senior Class Day ExBullittr Louisville, will resign his po- land and Wilbur Miller, Attorneys ot "Those who may be indicted will already practically secured Its ercises are to be held on the campus. Lexington, Ky., May 0. Three lustily proclaim that they are thetln- membership, and in other sition as special attorney 'for the Owensboro, were here yesterday in. On Tuesday nt 8 p. :n., '.ho Junior Class will present the play, "Borrow shots were exchanged In an affray ffocent victims of a stimulated activl- - counties some signatures have been United States Shipping Board within connection with the motion for tha ed Money " Tho play Is a Kentucky Ibetwoen two Whites and one Bailey, ty for political effect. Such, how- - taken and several of tbm almost a few weeks in order to esume his appointment of a receiver for tha it wa3 Southern Foundry Co., of Owensboro, ever, will not bo the case, and the ready to start the camplgn. I blleve, law practice in Louisville, story, said to be snappy alleged members of the Balley-Whlt- o race-hor- se The Kentucklan was which case was being argued before & Department of Justice will not be though, that one reson for this is learned today. star; to finish. ' and sparkling from feud clan, whllo on the Louisville. ully laid plansjthat k6pt- - appointed at a salary ot "$25,000 a Judge Wilson. Tho closing event, the graduation ; Nashville train bound for the moun- - swer.ved?f protests by any such consideration." in oth tnlns nt Versailles today. up with the movement in tho Burley year, but Congressional The present term of court has witexorcises that marks tho start James Bailey, fired on by the . Two cases "of the first magnitude" District and are convinced by It that against large expenditures for the nessed the disposal of quite a lot at er spheres or blazes tho way toward toMhe an organization is necessary and that Shipping Board's legal staff resulted business for detailed report of whic- htho same White brothers, John C. and Will, 'were ready for submfssjon higher attidmcnts aln-lines Tn the. lives ot Misses Myrtle jumped from tho smoking car of the" grand Jury, said Mr. Daugherty, add-trai- rr the Saplro plan is the one to be in a reduction in the salary of its WA wero Rhnrt nf nn in adopted, as that has already proven special attorneys to $11,000 shortly Court will aBJourn today. on which xtho boys, with j.lnlr ing that one was "nation-wid- e Carter, Defrosla Rone, Helen Bar-net- t, after Mr. Bullitt's arrival In WashGola Bennett, Gonevu' Travis, mother, Mrs. Boverly D. White, wife scope." If ,this' case had been pro- a success. MOTHERS' DAY. "As the campaign develops I ex ington and after he had leased a Sallyn Laura Williams, Becfllo Clark, of tho man murdered nt Heldrick, 'seated without Investigation coyerlng l.orene Westorfleld, Marion Hill nnd Knox County, a year ago,-- and-- a sis- -' a wide range, he said, "the principals pect to see it move to every way fast housa at $12,000 a year. Mr. Bullitt's appointment was made Special Mothers' Djay services Herbert Porter- - and Barbour Wil- tefi had gone to attend n trial at 'might have been indicted and their er than tho Burley District did, and to the Government In large we all know that the burley people on recommendation of Elmer Schles-slnge- r, at the local Methodist liams, will be held at the Methodist London, Jumped from the general counsel of the Ship- Church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock: The Investiga- broke all former records for the orChurch, Wednesday evening, May 15, nlng up tho track toward Nicholas- - amounts established. tion, however, developed "a great ganization of a associa ping Board, but Senator Richard P. by the pastor, Rev. T. T. Frazler. at eight o'clock. The nev. Dr. R. B. ting w;ho have been lurking tion. The peopl down here are ready Ernst and tho Republican members Tho Mothers were assigned a special will deliver the others Grlder of Louisville, Pursued by the Whites and of the Kentucky Congressional dele- section and were present In goodly-numberaddress on this occasion. cofs, ho was capturea uy snemiiin me snauuwa are uiou nivuiveu iu to go." gation were not consulted. Reports Nlcho- -. the unlawful transactions," The church was beautlr Frank Bohannon and taken to that Mr. Bullitt's resignation is the fully decorated and special music COFFMAN STAUSWORTIt nnd lodged In the Jail pending1 ter said, and "the result may be KRAUSE PIItTLE . result of differences between him and rendered, adding attractiveness to tha trial. The White boys gavo them-- j thatsthe principals and several others Mr. Schlesslnger were denied today occasion. Miss Lena Cotfman and Mr. Carl selves up to the Woodford County of- -, in nil probability will be indicted News has been received here" of Stalsworth were married Tuesday ficials and are out on bond pending here, and other Indictments against the marriage ot Mr. Rnssell Plrtle to by Mr. Bullitt and othr officials of the board. "WILDCATS" LOSE TO the, principals and dfferent groups of Miss Claire-Krauzevening, Mny tho Oth, at tho Method- trial Wednesday morning. of Detroit, Mich. ' GEORGIA UNIVERSITY: ist parsonage in Llvermore. It Id said considerable feeling had Individuals may be expected to follow Tho marriage was solemnized by Rev. BALL AND BAT BRIEFS, Tho bride 'is a daughter of Mr. been created In Versailles where the In other parts of the country." Harney, the young lady's. pastor; at AND FOUL TIPS TOO " The University, of Kentucky lost a A third case, "which has received 6:30 p. m May Buck Coffmhn of tho lower Point shooting occurred. Bailey was shot the 6th, hard-fougcontest to the Georgia-Universicountry and popular In her set, whllo In tho abdomen, but It Is believed he considerable publicity," will be ready Mr. PJrtle Is a sonof Dr. and Mrs. Game Number two, between on the tatter's grounds 'at when tho two cases haye been fully J. R. Plrtle of Hartford, a veteran of tlui groom Is n son ot Mr. Arch will recover. . and Beaver Dam,, staged at Riv Athens Monday. The1 game went In Stalsworth, deceased,, and tho now J. C. and Will White Hv? In Wood- -' presented, the World War and possesses a host erside Park Sunday afternoon was to Harvey Powell, of Decoven. Mr. ford County, and when they ldarnpd I 4 the last half of the eleventh Inning, Mrs. of friends In ths community who con copped by the former .team by the after two menf were down, when .two Stalsworth Is highly respected and that Ba'iley had been to Frankfort GLENN TINSLEY MAKES gratulate he and his bride and wish together, TRIP WITH "WILDCATS" for them a smooth and prosperous score of 9 to 6. All sorts of playing of their only five hits-camlndustrjous. with prlsoneraihey boarded tho train was witnessed by quite a fair-size-d putting over the only scoro of tho Mr. and Mrs. Stalsworth left yes- at Versailles. voyage to the furthermost shore., Good, contest." The Cats garnered but four bunCjli ot fans and fanettes. The many Ohio County friends ot terday for Louisville, whore Mr; A report was current that an arm- medium and bad spots were to be hits' In the eleven rounds. The gamo Stalsworth has a position with thoL,i irowa had started from Versailles, Mr. Glenn Tlnsley, who Is a Senior All) HOLDS found throughout the fracas. is sa(d to have been an errorless one. Kentucky Wood Products Co. Tho to Illcholnsvllle Jo release Bailey and nt the university of Kentucky, win LADIES' ENJOYABLE SESSION Wendell Tlnsley, who filngs'-froconcern lately organized by the Bond that the Jail was putunder guatd of be "glad to learn that he is making the near side, did the Heaving for MARRIAGE LICENSES B.ros. and the Ayer & Lord TlmUer nvmo,t mnn Tim renort ls.unfoundod the. regular Southern trip with the The-- LadieAld Society of tho Hartfordrwhlle James Glenn was" on Companies. ns Versailles officials say tho town ("Wildcat" baseball team as- a mem- ' the receiving end, each doing good e E. M. Barnard, Rockport, to .years old an3 her of the squad. Young Mr. Tlnsley Methodist church held an open Is quiet ' Bailey " TJAVGIIT- WITH LIQUOR, Brown, Nashville, Tonn. was formerly a member of tho HarWslon fn observance offMothers' Day, work for tho local magnates. Tlnsley, Barbour .'l'o nvf 1 who lives near town will, In all, probFINED AT FORDSVILLE , . ,! a-John Mitchell. Dundee, to Manilla. ford team and has been prominent, on May 8th. Qulte.a-numbe- r (earn Moore, Olaton. wero present and ability, be with the 'local BIRTHS AND DEATHS in athletics as well as otherwise' V 'IN' DISTRICT NOV 1)03 throughout his scholastic creer. His, the different committles In, their re- - regularly. The battery for the visitPark Hall, Roscoo Butler and Carl Stalsworth, Hartford, to Lena. James Hodges; the latter only 16 "making the Varsity" this" year Is a spective placts, had prepared well for ors was composed of We3terfleld,Mul-hal- l Cdffman, Llvermore. and Hoover. Tho game played Aprnniiiiir tn the renort' kindly fittini? pllmnx nf his consistent athlo- - the entertainment. years of ago-anthe son of Mr. Peto John M. St, Clair, Centortown, to I Following is the program as" ren- - Sunday Is the second of the season ,Lavlna James, Centortown. Hodges, all of Btaver Dam, wero ar sent us by Mr. L. T. Reld, Registrar 'mc servlc to his Alma Mater. " . ' 4. iBenUndItBekrnidsghmbhnb i After tho game with Vandorbllt, uereu. 1, 1L. t.An !. rested in Fordsvlllo by MiMhol Uur-zi- ij Quartette, The Prayer I Learned nt Beavers once erected their dams and THREE ROLL PALLS AT early Wednesday morning for den. district No. 903, composed of at Nashville, Mr. Tlnsley ran over to GREEN RIVER CIIURC1C drunkenness and tho two first nam- -, N0rth. and South Rockport, Ceralvo, Atlanta and spent tho week-en- d with Mother's Knee Mesdames Smith, the Rlverslders and tho percentages stand at ed given fines of 10.00 and cost In a'nti -- p0nd Run Voting Precincts, his brother, Mr. Raymer W. .Tlnsley, Tnppan, Riley and Miss Amelia" , 4 There will bo three consecutive Court. They were then turn- - births nnd deaths from. January 1,J who !swth the Department of Jus- - nott Scripture Reading Mrs. J. R. The Beaver vDam Team trimmed roll calls at Green' River Baptist ed over to Mngl.strato Murphy, in j 1922 to May tho first wwaVfollows'S tlce. Federal service there, and Mrs. Western Bloom- Church, near Cromwell, as follows: court tho same .parties wero Deaths January 5( Forbruaty noue, Tlnsley.' Tho brpthors had not seen tho Solo. "Woliderful Mother ot Mine" er Girls, at Beaver Dam, Friday, of Saturday bsforo tho third Sunday in given fines of $100.00 nnd thirty March 2, April none, total 7. Blrthjjcach other for six years Mrs. Claud Smith. .days In Jail for having whisky In last week to tho tune ot 8 to 1. May, June and July, ut 2:30 p. m. anunry nonp, February 5, March! TF Prayer Mrs. John Duko. MRS. C. O. HUNTER All members are expected to ba About all there was to the game was their possession nnd transporting 2 and April G. Total 12. ENTERTAINS CIA7B Quartette, "The Songs My Mother novelty, as there was no evidence of a present In person or by proxy to ansUnder tho law samo unlawfully. k I Used to Sing." contest nt any stago of tho gamo, so wer when their names are called. . young Hodges must be tried In Ju-- ,. MISS MAR' THA HILL Roll Call, (Quotations on Mother.) It is said. BIRCH SHIELDS, Pastor. IS PRIZE WINNER ' Mrs. C. O. Hunter entertained the venllo court and. he was then-forLadle3' Social Club at her home on j Solo, "Little Mother of Mlno" "brought to Hartnnd'nuu delivered InMrs, Otto Martin. FERTILIZER. Beech Creek and Hartford wlll to tho hands of County Judge WedIn a $1,000 contest recently stag- Union Street Wednesday afternoon, ' Story, "MoHier Wants to Know" cross willows at the local park Sunding. The boy's trial has been set ed by tho Paint and Varnish concerns In honor ot her guest, Mr?. W. C. , for Beech Creek-Overhults, of Cedar Edge, Colo. A Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Bone Meal Tobacco Grower and IS day nfternoon. for Monday, next Tho trio had eight ot tha country, styled "Save the Sur- 'numfier of games of progressive rook. A Lullaby Lena Rae Sosh, Lola years,' has wielded a mean stick and per cent acid Phosphate at of whlt liquor In their poslUntb Center-towface," Miss Martha Hill of Wlllholmena played a good game. If the present 44t4 and wero nlayed and delicious refresh- - Geneva Black W. E. ELLIS & BRO. session. wnq awarded a winning plaxie. rnents served. jSchlemmer. . Is thought nnd snld that Hall outfit is as good as common, the loIt Mr, Shernian A. Park, who has A Reading byMiss Winnie Simmer-Clu- b cals are going to have to hustle to and the Beside .Mrs. Ovej-hultand Butler, who art matuo men, The Varnish and Paint peoplo put members, Mrs.. A. B. Rll'ey, Mrs. man, "St. Peter at the Gate." young Ho'dges to take that out a plcturo ot a house upon which boat the Muhlenburgers to tho wire, been In Owensboro and Ohjo County, induced for tho past six months, returned to Short .talk by our President, Mrs. automobile whiqh belonged to his a young boy was painting and tho W. H. Gillespie, Mrs. E. G. Schroetor Beaver" Dam and Rockport will Detroit, Mich., Tuesday, whero . ha without his knowledge or con- contest was in glylng the picture tho nnd Miss Anna Rhea Carson were Holbrook and also by Rev, Frazler. father, Quartette, "Only One Pall." Mrs. hook-u- p in a contest at Rockport tion has employment with a Consent and make the trip to Owensboro, best name. Miss Hill's answer was: gutsts present to enjoy the delightful struction Company, Shultz and Mrs. John Llntlley play-- Sunday. occasion. liquor Is qald to have been' "Young, but starting well." vherd the f ng : tho-murd0f all-da- y; I ve 'sc-vir, -i- at his homo Washington, Hartford Wednesday afternoon, as May &; Attorney tho result of a combination of cancer General Daugherty, In a statement of the stomach and heart leakage. prepared at the request of President He had been a suffer from tho and transmitted by the mer dlseaso during the past two years President today to Representative Tho Hartford Graded and High nnd for the Inst three montns naa Mondell, of Wyoming, Republican j House School la cjoslng another year of been confined to his bed. leader, declared "the record " splendid work to its credit. As litAfter brief funeral services, con-tho Department of Justice In contle of friction and lnoro talk of good ducted at tho home, his remains were nectlon with war contract cass calls results, from the first grade to. the burld in Oakwood yesterday after-- i for no apology and none Is Intended." Apparently referring to recent .Senior High School class has not noon at 2 o'clock. Besides his wld- been noted In recent years. To the ow, ho is survived by four daughters charges In the House of Inaction in prosecution of war fraud cases, tho ontlra faculty credit lirduo; tho stu- and three sons. Attorney General assorted "the plan3 dent body Is not undeserving and MOORE MITCHELL are laid and all cases will be energet tho good parents,' patrons of the ically prosecuted." school, perhaps others, have, a share Ho added that "very substantial In tho- school's success, by loynl coTho marriage of Miss Manilla Proof of good work per- Mnoni and Mr. John It; Mitchell, was progress" had been made to dote by operation. e form and fnlth In the future has solemnized las'. Saturday night In tho depmment, despite lack of presence Df a few friends niul qunto facilities In men andmon-j-been amply demonstrated by the unTim Attorney General in his state-C- , animous election of tho entire teach- relatives, nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs ing forco from the llrst grndo teachC. King, at Dundee. Tin Rev. ment, which was read to the ITcuse Mondell, estimated jby Mauzey. of Fordsv'lHo, officiated. er to tho superintendent. evonlng tho Hlgn Tao brldo is tho daughter of Mr. thnl th .lpinegate pcsslblw ' recov- pending hundred School Faculty will give a reception" ami jtrs. Marlon Moore, of the- Sub rrlesv iu In honor of the Senior Class, to which phur Srrlngs neighborhood, whllo le leases involving alleged war frauds the Junior CJass and patronsof tho grr 'n is the son r.f Mr. and Mm. J. 'should the Government be ccmplete- He is at pres- - ly successful, probably would total' 11. Mitchell of Dundee. school are Invited. On Sunday morning, May 14, at cr.t Constable fo.-- tho Sulphur Sprlt.g.s $100,000,000. Mr. Daugherty further said It wn3 11 o'clock, Dr. Charles S. Gardner Maglstulal District, .and an Indus-- ! Trofossor of Homllotlcs, Baptist The- ulcus and- prosperous inrmr i:z..a. "lornuie ining to cnargo a citizen , . ' .. L. R. I). Dradshaw died In Sunday, Baccalaureate Sermon; Graduation Exercises Wednesday. the accompaniments. At this time all retired to tho basement where delightful refreshx ments were served. Organization of Dark Tobacco Grow ' rr N More llapid Than PRESIDENT McVKV GUEST Was Expected1. " OF ALUMNI AT CAPITAL PASSONNEAU PLEASED WITH PROGRESS MADE JURY'S VERDICT Only Two For Conviction, .. -- "-'-' w re-re- , y two-thir- ds roni-its-car- s down-here-hav- e -- i were-conducte- ty off!-.ma- ny ht ty m ' ses-llv- is la-3- Ina-Lucll- I , I d ... 1 . j Bar-poll- co S0-S- 0. Plr-vho- so much-herald- ( e n, s C? ' r lAnuiNG We itate it as our honeit Hoover Says Country Is belief that the tobaccos used tho Haitian peopte to establish an in Chesterfield are of finer Holding On Despite. and law enforcing government, quality (and hence of better which would restore stable political Depression. Declares. taste) tha'n in any other and economic conditions In tho Is.cigarette at the. price. land, were fruitless." . During negotiation of the treaty, Lissttt Oi Mjtn Tolacn Co. Washington, May 7. Washington, May 7. American In- Mr. Lansing snld, the German gov Foreign tervention and administration In, Hai- ernment mads a p'rotest against Am- trade of tho United States' now Is higher than Its pre-wlevol, Slcre-tur- y ti wcro defended by Robert Lansing, erican naval occupation and control Hoover declared tonight Iti' nn tt Mr. Lansing alof Haitian customs. former Secretary of State, In a letanalysis of the country'as overseas McCormlck, Republl- - so stressed that the Haitian govern- commerce ter to Senator Despite, the situation. can, Illinois, chairman of tho Senato ment offered, but this government re- postwar deprtsslon, he said', "we Investigating Haitian af- fused a concession to tho United committee States for the coaling station which have held on." fairs, made public today. "There seems to be," Mr. Hoover -pence and pros- tho German government desired, but Establishment of which American naval experts said said, "so much popular misappreperity In Haiti and blocking of Gerhension nnd conflicting opinion reman deigns and aggression threaten- was not needed by thl3 country. garding the present condition of our ing the United States and tho Monforeign trade that It may bo desirable Do Your Host. roe doctrine were declared by Mr. Everyone snoUld do. all ho can to to call attention to n few fundamenLansing to be tho motives behind tho' provide for his family nnd In order tal factors In the situation." policy. Tho two dominatAmerican The total trade of tho United keep his physical ing Ideas of tho American procedure, to do this system. In the best condition possible. Sates In 1921, he said, was $6,994,were: Mr. Lansing said, 100,000, compared with f 4,2G8,400,- "First To terminate the nppalllng No ono can reasonably hope to do 000 In 1913, or a ratio of 164; Great conditions of anarchy, savagery nnd much when he Is half sick a good Britain's total trade in 1921 was oppression, which had been preva- share of the time. If you arc consticompared with $GT830,- to un- pated, bfllous or troubled with Indl- lent In Haiti for decades, and " " cpt a nackacp. of Chamber-"' dertake the establishment of domes- ppstlnn wns ranco's 'otaIA tradf for.19" Iain's Tablets and follow tho plain Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended tic peace In the republic In order that $3,362,503,000 Ognlpst $2,953,199.- the great bulk of tho population who printed directions, and you will soon 000, or n ratio 114; while, estimated 20 for 18c had been downtrodden by dictators hi feeling alright and able to do a on an eight months' basis, Germany's 10 for 9c m and the Innocent victim of repeated day's work. trade was $1,920,97C,000' In J921, Vacuum tins revolutions, should enjoy a prosperiagainst $4,966,327,000 in 1913, or ty nnd an economic nnd industrial IIDLIKVING SELF d'kSKRTHU of 50 - 45c SOLDIKIt 110AMS YKAItS a ratio of 39. overy people development to which comparison," "Basis of a pre-wof an American nation aro entitled. Glasgow, Ky May. 5. Wander- he said, "we find that the foreign Xocevtnry. lntcrt'iition Whs of the United States lsnearer "Second A deslro to forestall any ing aimlessly about .the country, trade AIUI'IiAXES AM) LIGHTNING power to ob- haunted by visions of himself in normal than the trade of the United attempt by n foreign WASHINGTON COMMENT really had mothers, or If, llko Topsy, Kingdom, France-o- r Germany, which they "Just growed!" tain n foothold on tho territory of an striped uniform, behind the damp are our principal competitors. m Tho question is often raised If airAmerican nation which, if a seizure walls of prison, persued on every "If the trade of the various counServant (from next door) Please planes, especially tho new metal ones, of customs control by such a power path by visions of the strong arm of In the-- town of Pisa, where stands mum, missus were analyzed by commodities sends her compliments, have the ability to attract lightning. had occurred, or if a grant of a coal- the law reaching out for him, cuUoff tries lifstead of by values they would still the leaning tower, ono Galleo demon- and will you let your daughter sing There nro many theories on the subing station or naval base had been ob- from home, friends and worst of all proportion ject. Of course, a lightning rod Is atstrated to an amazed world that two and play the piano this afternoon? tained, would have most certainly denied the patriotic welcome which show somewhat the same words, the trade of the Lady Why, certainly. Tell your tached to tho ground and an airplane been a menace to tho peace of the ,fllls every soldier's heart with pride In other itones, ono small, one large, fell at States, even in times of grea Isn't so for thnt reason many- - peopl impress i w Biuu HUB IlKes 11. western hemisphere and in flagrant on his return from the battlefield, United Im Rimn rntn nf...,.o,1 Tt i. .. depression, Is higher than our pre' " yearning for the clasp of his mother's bo Servant Oh, it Isn't that, mum; believe that tho latter cannot defiance of the Monroe doctrine." During tho last few fected. If he did not Invent, the first she.8 wpect,ng a v,8t fr()m Landing of American naval forces arms, which he knew were hungrily war level. thc landl struck. Aviators, however, take no has been a distinct re- telescope, tint turned It upon the lord, and she wants some excuse for chances and mako special efforts to in Haiti In 1910, Mr. Lansing stated, to make his Identity known this was months there dodge thunder storms. reaching out for him, yet not daring vival In trade from the low point, an moon, first discovered the moons of asking a reduction on tho rent. was an "urgent necessity," as, he we have ' 'Maybe It's like a Leyden Jar," ex said, "anarchy and revolution" were the torment Lawrence Witty, World I am confident that pessimistic little JupiUr. And he first defended beview reason to accept the plained Arthur Huh!, who carried tho in full sway, with Americans Imper- War veteran, of Glasgow Ky,, suffore the church the Copernlcan the- $."5,000,000 AWARDKD SWIXE of our foreign trade future takencbj KXHiniTOItS THIS YEAH airplane mall between Snlt Lake City iled and the French legation violat fered for three long years. ory, that tho earth was round, when Witty, .son of Mr. and many students of the question. Lawrence, and San Francisco. "You know how ed by a mob which captured and mur ill respectable citizens, including the "Our trado has shifted somewhat o people thc sparks Jump, from ono knob to tho Indianapolis, Ind., May C, 1922 dered former President Sam, If the Mrs. It. L. Witty, priests, knew perfectly well it was owing to the as to commodities More than $5,000,000 in cash will be other and just prick1 a little hole Inn United States had not Intervened of Glasgow, answered the first call due tc flat! nt)r fnrottrn rntlnnc. wmiiri imvfi for volunteers when his countrv call- - changed - economic currents,said and For these and other high crimes, ' awarded swlne exhibitors this jear piece of paper. Of course, It tho war- but 'nen all is done so, Mr. Lansing said, and to cd In the stormy days of 1917. On he ul Blal ana county lairs in me unu- - lightning flash happoned to go thru remarftable fact stands out Mip nafhniin rih.iroi, n..niai.,i our alrplano gas tank you would bo have permitted such foreign inter- - March 25, 1919, after two years and done the severely, who saved his life by recant- - cd States To thls 8Um may be aud-In- g on. cd an equal amount offered t0 Do'8' out of luck. JWhllo flying you will vcntlon would have meant abandon- - four months in tho army, young Wlt-me- that we have heldpointed out that in publicly his doctrine that the.l "It fahould be ty was mustered out of service at n sco bolt of the Monroe doctrine. Glr' P'e Clubs wh,ch are be cloudtho lightningsky. run along to order to form a correct opinion of the earth moved. Tradition has It thatl?"'1 conducleii ln Camp Pike, Arkansas. ,ng across the It seems "The United States had to act and every coun-int- o a'nst foreign trade we must after he had done so, he muttered of ,n tho countrj' Th,s estimato make, for tho placo where, tho rain Is to net with vigor," said Mr. Lansing.) At the time othfs discharge.he was volume pre-w- our his beard, "And yet it does! ty year as a basis of "to stay a few days longer to take a was made by Fred L. Obenchaln, thickest and to run down on that. So German aggression In Haiti also asked In more!" comparison. The tremendous you strlko for the placo where tho was a serious factor and one not gen- - finish some urgent army work. However that may be, Cardinal i secretary of tho Spotted Poland Chi In our foreign trade during the known, Secretary Lansing con- -' ty agreed, but with his discharge in crease na Record, following a conference rain Is thinnest. If thero Is a bluo Maffi, of Pisa, a scientist, is behind tinu'ed, stating that Germany sought' his pocket, he met a party of former war could not have taken place unwith Secretaries of all the largo re- spot or a holo In the clouds you climb 'soldiers going to New Orleans and der normal conditions, and there- the movement to erect In tho public cording associations In America. or dive for that. a.- naval Sometimes thero U base concession from the fore should not be taken as a start square of Pisa a great monument to Haitians at Mole St. Nicholas, a base joined them. While in New Orleans ing point "The prize awards are larger this no way out and you simply fiave to man all the world today acclaims in an estimate of our pres- the year than ever in tho history of the bore through It. But It always scares which would have threatened the Am- -' he wrote one of his former comradss a matter of fact, as one of the great thinkers and gredt country position in tho Caribbean at Camp Pike, who in reply, told ent situation. As erican and as a result, nearly every mo, I'll say. when we consider the diminished pur- leaders of all time ln science and county : -- . and also would have violated the Young Witty, evidently In a jocular and state fair In America will of the civilized char thlnklng.I mood, that the government was look- - chasing capacity Monroe doctrine. Sallow complexion is duo to a torQalleo lived 1564-164This is have the largest number of entries world, caused by the war, we are not In the swine show ever In tho his- pid liver. "There was good v reason to be- - Ing for him. purities and Hcrblno In general and tho sure whether we.are even Justified in 1922. It took-PisBelieving he was charged with tory of the country," said Mr. strengthens tho liver and bowels-anlleve," said Mr. Lansing, "that In the pre-wlevel the aver- church in particular quite n time to wan-g- o adding to our 1913-1- 4 Obenchaln. "Some of tho larger restores tho rosy bloom, of hcalfh to Germany was ready to sertlon, Witty began his aimless r, age normal Increase to cover cccognlze that even churches err! breed associations are putting up as the cheek. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio to great lengths to secure the ex-- 1 dering over tho country, a mental Betler late than never! the period since tho outbreak of the much as $150,000 which Is net in County Drug Co. dlrsivo customs control of Haiti and fugitive from the law, altho he had! m every instance by a similar sum by no wrong. to com- - war." He learea also to secure a coaling station at i done Blaming tho woman has been a fa-There has been munlcate with friends or his par- Mole St. Nicholas. .the fair associations. Al history to HOY'S KISSES SPREAD "FLU" When the baby takes too much vorlte indoor sort since the days or i bo contested for by swlno breeders. a strong German influence in the ents. In the meantime his parents i. a I food the stomach turns; the result Is Adam! If ono cannot blame ' . sum will amount to more than country, and a considerable number searched everywhere for him and If, as someone has said, then are any other pretext, put the A few days ago his indigestion, sourness and vomiting. man under him dead. Jr 00Q of Germans have Intermarried with 100 ways to kiss a girl, an fault upon her for having a son who me 1'ih emu contests will be the Haitians and are closely connect- father received a letter from his son Frequently the bowels are involved does something he shouldnt! boy attending a rural "sociable" ' pokeener this year than ever, In some on Long Island choso a very bad way. without any clew of his whereabouts. and there is colic pains and diared with and more or less active Apparently so reason thosa doubt- - states there are as many as 1,000 of After tho kissing games were over litical and soclnl life of the country." But later, thru1 diligent search he was rhoea. McGee's , Baby Elixir is a Innn inll intmiilnnnil Itttt alinif 1'lalnn Mr. Lansing's letter detailed Ger- locatedl n Oregon and he was told grand corrective remedy for the sto- ed occupants of pulpits who see In these clubs represent ng the different and the children bad begun'tb forget breeds and the prizes offered are al- - the party, 40 of the 51 guests devel, , , man efforts to obtain tho coaling sta- there was no charge, against him as mach and bowel disorders of babies. .. ,,,r . . lllc muuuiiiiu uiiu jiuuutai use ui wu tion and Haitian customs suervlslon. ho had done nothing wrongxand that It is pure, wholesome and pleasant to men from a dependent to an inde- most staggering when taken In the oped Influenza. The sTate health deHe also recited an incident of a Ger- he had been regularly discharged. take. Price 35c and 60c per bottle. pendent state the cause of all the lfis aggregate. Ohio, Indiana, Iowa, 111., partment found tho. boy guilty .of m Missouri and Nebraska, lead tho transmitting germs. Six young girls, man landing party from tho German Wltty's mother Is on her way to her Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. .to which modern civilization Is heir. states In the corn belt, in the num- however, who wero tho center of atau Prlncp son. His father will follow In a few cruiser Karlsruhe at Port well-knoA revivalist declares ber of pig clubs, reported wlll have his happy """ HAD TO GO WITHOUT GAP and In on the even of the declaration of war das. Witty that "the next war" is to bo caused large number of entries for oxhlbit tho traction must have been previously at Inoculat d or had callous lips, for About homecoming after three 'long years balwen Germany and Hussla. "flapper." .He adds that all th state by tho fairs. In some of these they escaped contagion. dtisk, he said, several .boatloads of of misery. . "Paw" excitedly exclaimed young Vars have been caused by "the de states the entr!.--3 In nil classes at the . . armed German sailors landed on tho Runt, "Kekejifawkley and a pas3'l of pravity of women." SAYS 1IKKS CAN fairs number njo.a thun one hundred. down tho wharf, marched half-wa- y Doctor llav you tho habit of A noted woman worker ln social DETEHMINE TIME fellers are out ln front. They say wharf, but were turned back by tho the bank at Tumllnvllle has b en rob hygiene advocates more women In .Froni tho winners at these fairs sleeping with your mouth open, Mr. ' Fromage? German minister to Haiti, apparently as a euro for During a period of several weeks bed, and they want you to grab your politcs ajid mora-lawwjth orders to proceed to St. Thomas, a gun and go with em to hunt the rob- vice and the activities of vicious wo- - for exhibition at the National Swlne . Patient I've never tnkon particuFrench Investigator ate his three ou una iuii wuertj recgni prizes lar notice, doctor;, ril'havo a look at nnd tho Karlsruho thou pioceeded men. dally meals outdoors at regular hours bers!" are offered In each breed. The myself tonight. journal Pour RJre. with her raiding cruise. "Tell 'ein I'm much oblegged and legislator wants mar- Spotted Poland A .national Sweets wcro China braeders of this -Secietary Lansing . also said that each day. liMnnlvfnr.4 nr? nt Invariably powerful sorry," replied Gap John- - riage laws so amended that from ten nt Atfn1 UL . ... I illlll UL 4A (!L'll lim AlfAtl country will have almost three times "Have you any 'historic spots most Haitian revolutions nau ueen BUliL'll son of Bumpus Ridge, ""l,""1,lu dajs tp two weeks must elapse benoon-tim- e Ing . .. . ,. huiu, ...i o.i.i.i. in k...i ,w.... a ween greut. i no sliano to -lln? 'Cm Gabo Gosnell tween Issuance of license and mar as many entries at county and state about here?" . Biancu i.. .luiiui-u- i im.i mi uuuvu. nincneon. wmim fairs as ln former years and from re-(iuuiimtci'd "Yes," icild Squire Wlthorbeo. I.ibci ty - topped ln a spell ago and 'lowed riage, as a cure fordlvorce, the dl- - nnric; nf rtflmt 1io.1d. tlmi. ,,.,. . i. ...t.nuA. II. b.i 1. nn llin ne t fl 111 loll nil liallnf SV'' arms of bees 'were coming regularw nt' ""' uummi" Tlii """!!"! "r:ul "fc"1 7 7. ' tMe mornings and evenings mat as ne was going to ue niarrica vorced women being ono of tho great ..... , vi n.cunj mvicuacu, snop. ocivu m t'uiaco oaruer of most Americans who have been in evils of tho country! each time at precisely the this afternoon to the Wldder i "I don't quite get your Idca.What Haiti and of American officials who Rearing as he'd llko to borry my It would be a dull world if wo --ill ro- - Th 10,' happened thero?" a' 'J0 nothing sweet best britches to wear during the anec-- i "thought allk. Yet ono Is reminded StLu!asf hav been cognizant of Haitian f To,el0' nultkly loarnqd county ", I "During th' World war th' vlgll- A fairs during tho last decade, that the I felt I'd just as fundamental of rh'nJ .L.. to b at 0n and n0e dote and as today as not I abouthim thnt nfwhm wn rsvnrn .isthe covern-nf. Ls.Trunk t partner of tho nrm... of p. . j anc committee of Cliiggersvillo cor majority of tli so .evolutions novo se"'": Cn Hnlni. lmw! soon sleep mnnt let , thn ....... .. t . .. ClieneV & he experlment- at ..,.! n. . hn.l.... i - A.i. ' boon financed In tho North of Haiti' ca'" SKwner mere an , .7 , ho" tr ed uxl,sl"s a ,3ar f,Jam have 'em. And your maw Is JuU tho free Is tolerance! willingness to of Toledo. County and stau aforesai ex-'WOrlh f Liberty " "y $1 Iff German merchants, who could sum ' sewing up the gable end of my old concede to the pther fellow tho right' VVuSfrjnS'r? ffff. 'for tho flratHvo minutes ...,, fi.,i.ini ones whur tho roan cow hooked me to his opinion, even as we hold in- -' ?n4 .vjry D.?cS?rJ?nBt cnoVgl .., .rr- - ,,r !.. rnvnintinn to during the day. This wai continued Use thy mistake for her calf or some- - alienable the right to our own. cSfSJg?" , r..i. .,.., for some time. After the first , DEFENDS Molirnv niui . ., . .... .i YnY8uCK?rt In .,. i , ., ., you ten me cents, uum. ..... vvurruiiL ins uiiiiui uiiuuj has any objec-- 1 .lining, ao '? toBanyone thinking ' "vyG0LfCAeS'(51Sber' ty Negotiated between tho that lf twas ar? otner tlme Id 1,e tlon that flappers e u e ca mo ' clones clrl .J-Jf!ful" , State and Haiti, Mr. Lansing said. .t tickled to go with 'em. but Just at "ea- i" catarrh Medlf -l on , Jg Jy.."Ul o Jay out follow. the fo, of the Dominican turts, that hasty marriages under- - f,M JtoTe & ".?. Blood !fn nr(,v,'JBnj! """ twutjr- - negotlaUd by sas City Star. mine the American homo, or that tor testimonials. .:?"'"'" ',,em oenu comunon 0".UIWUU III UUIIIU Ol U1U ,u virtues, bays Mfsa Caroline IIol- - ..fc ...vi .vMi.b...u. nMM iuvj ..u.' t .nn.n.i.n. u..a P. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo O .vlco can bo cured by "don't do it" dtint Roosevelt '' Bold by all druifglMs. 75c. Rutz-Hoecatcd tho beginning of each hour as principal of Rosemary staggers revenues, jovided for honest and Hall a Family PI1U for constipation. Dizziness, vertigo, (blind laws. But there is great objection tlan accurately as a clock. From all this Hall school, Greenwich, Conn. Ga- " ' Sr are of evangelists, educators and legisla tlatulonce sallow complexion, economical collections and dlsburso- - the conclusion Is loshes aud bobbed hair aro not mortal drawn that bees are symptoms Lansing said, and wna a,,le of a torpid liver. No one tors stating as factsjvhlch they wjsh ' Young lady (telephoning Oh, doc- - sins . In soma manner to determine a .uii .. l?gal action what tor, I forgot to can feel well while the liver is inac- to be tho basis of ratliieu uy 1110 mum... ask you that oH mS tive. Herblne i& a powerful liver aro. after all, only personal opinions, eye medicine you gave mo. out a dissenting voto or proposed I Rutz-Re- o m" . stimulant. A dose or two will cause the truth of which it is difficult to. Doctor-W- elJ? amendment. An essential provision, trust tho "Mnnn" YU'd "A"1" nil bilious syinptoniB to disappear. substantiate by any evidence. Young lad- y- Do I Mr. Lanblng said, was tho American ( VH "1Z 'C6I1- It in . "6 ae,U" ' FOR FLETCHER'S Onn ,lnM wnnrinr. nt Hmo. wl,..!.. mv Try it. Prlctf 60c. Sold by Ohio guarantee of "Haitian Indopendenco ( - tury. -- The gin '.. of todav enn tako gov- m er theso roformers who decry women nell. County Drug co. and the stability of tho Haitian care of herself," sho contends. AMERICA "On account of tho state of tho country during this period (of nego' HAITIAN' POLICY tiation,)" snld Mr. Lansing, "In which vlolenco nnd nnarchy were rlf, tho overtures made by tho Unli LAUDS ved States solely out of a desire to aid or-dte- eminent." TRADE BEATS PRE-WA- R Taste is a matter of tobacco quality KJ"t,, American Acts There Have Been Necessary, He ar i J he-m- ust Chesterfield CIGARETTES , of """ ""i '"'" 1H bfiM ar ' well-to-d- ' nu nt ar Wit-eral- ly 2. a de-jea- rs ar pre-wa- L. wo-Lp- s ,., ,,,,. "; ,,...., ", I , ' ,:?."" . .,.. 1 y" nf-'s- r,. ,m,,i ,..-- or ," - - .1-- 1 .p"e, ,.,, United' , ,,, " , '.'.. Site r'nlf w? W K,'?' A'A. Age-Hera- ld, ' I Mtol 771 n.iSf'b 'gLTtaS" ,! s, ...... c.,n. 'T'l Ohildren Cry OASTORIA ::;.:".:::":" .."'""" "--"- " !.. ""'- .....i In fV. K . H.A'jffA &t I u ttj J m cii arettes j i BOARD APPROPRIATES Jcct was "How general business con- -' dltlons can bo Improvod for man5 MILLION DOLLARS ufacturer, merchant, worker the unand employed'," Casslday's essay was as Advance In All Fields Itcportctl At follows: "Adopt tho sales tax or Bomo Meeting Of llunril Of other tax measure which will do away Missions. with ail taxes known as 'war taxes.' Let capital and labor arrive at some Appropriations for 1923 aggregat ngrcenunt and stop scrapping. Mako ing $4,77G,438 to carry on the home .reformers go to work and earn an. nnd foreign missionary work of theJ honest living.' Bring back beer and church, were mado at tho annual light wines. Forget the war." ' meeting ot the Board. ot Missions fot tho Methodist Episcopal Church, HAVS WOMEN WOULD South, which met In Nashville, TenMONK IJKKK nessee, recently in its 76th annual session. Itev. O. C. Itarlck, of Washington, According to reports from every executive secretary of the board of field the year 1921 was marked by temperance of the Methodist church, the" greatest missionary advance in said if beer should come back many American women who before tho war the history of the Church. Korea, reporting 22,000 now be- did not drink beer would take up tho Mission practice. This Is due to tho passing lievers, with away of old standards of conduct, he with 3,200 and Czecho-Slovak5,000 membership almost doubled in said; and he believes any reversion to Mexico, revival conditions. In China, ideas would bo "perimovement lous to American womanhood. a- In Japan, and the inception of plans for a great evangelistic campaign In MEMORIAL TREE FOR CLARA BARTON Brazil "were some ot tho notable Ilon the lustrations. Contributions Amidst Impressive ceremonies EasHolds were Shout doubled during tho' ter Sunday an oak tree and rose Cenyear, due to tho Impetus of the tenary, which has been felt every- busli were planted, at Glen Echo, Md., in front of the house in which Clara where. Brazil offered the best Illustration Barton, noted for her Red Cross of Centenary results on tho material- word, died. Speakers paid high triside, vhere under the close supervi- bute to her unselfish service in the good, interest ot humanity. Gen. Nelson sion of Bishop Moore, fifty-tw- o A. Miles said Miss Barton's fame was parsonchurches and twenty-fou- r ages, have been erected, paid for, and the highest any woman could attain J are occupied, On all the fields more About Rheumatism. than two hundred churches .have gone People are learnlngthat it is only up. time ai.'J nloney to take For the homeland Dr. O. E. God-dar- d a waste ofinternally for chonlc and reported for the Committee on medicine muscular rheumatism, and about Evangelism' "More people in the ninety-nin- e out of a hundred cases pew, more converted, more tithers, personal are one or the other of these varie more family altars, more ties. All that is really necessary to workers, more mon,ey contributed. , afford relief is to apply Chamber4 Try it. It - lain's Liniment freely. MAN TAKES WIFE'S NAME. costs but 35 cents per bottle. Large m size 60 cents. When Donald Carl Sharp Steen, fr age 26, beca'mc the blushing groom of Tho minister was warming to his Relda Van Hyper, ago 45, who owns subject. valuable properties in New York, he ,.AU of yoh( he fuImlnBtea uniess tpoK tuenameoi nis oeuer mm. r..yoh repent( wln b0 cast ,nt0 outah his darkncsS) and wail, and gnash yoh nee Sharpsteen, VanRyper,"mhiden" name, says tho reason f&r teetni the change of his cognomen is pure- - j ..j a)nt dQne got nQ teeth fiah , ly personal and nobody else's busl- - terrupted anold man. me court nus laguuzeu tue . ,mv . Mn' fn hp cimnllAil. mih." neSS. change. answered the' minister Siberia-Manchuria la ip :i ENct Cfintcnts 15Fluid Draerrml CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. i k fr .mMmmm They are ""'""" mm ai nntinr.-- .l PEH CENT. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ; ; Good! PROHIBITION MORE Dir-in- i 1U I J feri M AYC8Cint)lCiTcparaujiiij Always Bears the ThcrctyPromoUnPKcsW neither won"""- - -, Cheerfulness ana Kcsuwniu.-- Signature of Hi MneraLWNcoTicj etfrafOldDi:SAauuuurPumpJU Buy this Cigarette and Save Money- Ptm,Be t $9C,000 each, and the oth- cr 0lfers roach from $20'000 t0 000 nn(t thS does not tmtigatc possi- ble criminal liability against tl;- com- panles. If wo wcro to collect the - '') - m .' m KEoitti erii b kj ... lift mA nf-i-3 3: " ;:., a .IZ'.i AnittStf brhlftStttl mm PanfitiSagtr rfontStd In m,ntfiil Remedy fof .a slip TcenpSLEEP SJ resdUnlhereffora2nW'any: rac5imi!cSijnatBreoc GOHRMB ConslipalionandDiarrhoci. ana r .w( T ill Use For Over v E.HruKtbu COTnorcn Loulsvlllo, Ky., May 11. In an d- dress this evening at municipal Au--j fines, penalties and special tax Louisville pcse,i upo violators of the law In the before the 'f IJ unurciimon's Federation, Prohibition first BX months of this admlnlotra commissioner iiaynes voiced a warn- - tlon, they would more than pay pvo Ing ngalnst propaganda, falsely ns- - nmi one-ha- lf Exct Copy of Wrapper. THCCINTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY times the estimated cost sailing enforcement of t,ho 18fhof enforcing the Prohibition law Ifor amendment. Commissioner Hayn;s.tiio ... vear. The enormous flc- ...... riext doclared there Is every reason for ures do not Include nearly $3,000,000 ., satisfaction. "The amendment," he in bonds that are being forfeited to said, 'Ms being recognized as a car- the Government or $3,000,000 that dinal part of tho constitution and the have beca offered In compromlbe by fact that antagonists aro renewing, Jwenty-on- o of tho largo violators of with increased force, their well-de- -' the law, and do not include the fined and costly propaganda speaks In differential orj prohibitive 'for Itself. In other words, the en- tax that have been referred to." The forcement shoe Is pinching. Surgeons agree that in cases ot truth Is that Che law is being enforcA Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. ed with greater success than was ev- cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the er conceived possible In less than thir- first "treatment is most Important. ty months by Its. closest friends. When an efficient antiseptic Is promptly, there Is no danger ol Facts which nono deny, said the Com-missioner, "aro thnt the gilded, open infection and the wound begins to saloon Is a thing of the past and ev heal at once. For use on man or HEART PIERCED "Why do you encourage your boy en tnenjles of prohibition admit it is beast, Boro.:ono Is tho ideal antisepBY CORSET-STAto send his verses to the. magazines? - gone forever; hotels, which before tic and healing cgent. Buy it now Largest Morning Circulation Do you want him to be a poet?" Prohibition feared ruin, arts now co and be jeady for an emergency. A young Swiss woman was making "No; I want to see 4ho conceit of Any Kentucky Newspaper' operating in enforcement and many Prjce 30c, 60c, and $1,20. Soldby a steep descent with members of a knocked out of him, that's all." CoT ro x prominent managers declare 'they do Ohio County skiing party when sue leu over ai m not want the bar room back; purabout the awful ledge, landing in'a deep bank of snow)1 BUHLEV ASSOCIATION chasers of bootleg liquor themselves 20 feet below. Witnesses thought- the trouble that has befallen Mrs. Talka- TO HAVE MAGAZINE know the law Is being enforced, for fall a trivial one bat when they went lot?" Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and xeputation. is the simple reason that the source of "Don't tell me she has lost her - to the girl's rescue they foundv her BurLexington, Ky., May supply is now so restricted that, real essentially a newspaper, intent, upon giving news dead, her heart having been pierced voice" Cooperative bonjljd liquor is almost impossible ley Tobacco Growers "No, her .husband has lost his Tjy a whalebone stay of her corset. matter first consideration. . to obtain, and they are compelled to Association will begin this mouth the hearing." Boston Transcript. publication of a monthly magazine drink poisonous, doctored stuff or go Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and without. The spirit of cooperation to be devoted to tho news of the When little Percival arrived nt marketing moveon the part of all officials, federal, Burley school he carried the following note: Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. state and municipal; the country over, ment. The first issue of the new "Dear Teacher: Our little Percival is coupled with several sentences by magazine, which will bo the official a very delicate child, and if he is With important legislation coming before Congress d G.0NE AND AKRON courts, Is further convincing proof of organ of the association, will be naughty and he is apt to be naughand Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-JMay 10. ty at times just punish the boy next enforcement," said, the Commissionournal J. Sherman Porter, who managed is the-dai- ly newspaper you will need. er, "and another striking proof is the MAN FEELS FINE to him and that will frighten him so v the publicity campaign of the Burley changed attitude of the editors and he'll be good." cartoonists, who, as everybody knows, association thru its formative period, "William!" There was a. premonireflect public opinion and are a true has been elected editor and manager By special arrangements we are now able to offer' Mr. Porter tion of danger In Mrs. Wlggln's voice index of current events. Scores of of the new publication. has had long experience In newspaper Pitkin Wqnts Others To and her husband wondered what inother glowing facts of successful enTHE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L Know How Tanlac Gave discretion he had committed. "I forcement may bo cltedr such as help- work and for tho past six years has AND asked you to set my ful cooperation" on the part of neigh- been actively engaged In publicity, . Complete Relief When in tho. flower bed and geranium out " boring governments, continued the having conducted a number of sucTHE REPUBLICAN Whole System Was Af"Well, didn't I, this very morning"?' 'Commissioner. Furthermore, most cessful statewide campaigns previous There, were - 'IWilllam!" tears J " Both one, year, by mall,, for only $5.75. He Declares. states have their own enforcement to going with the Burley association. fected, and anger In her tones now. "You codes, through which results are be- - The papor will bo published In Lex" planted my new spring hat." Life. Ing obtained In addition to federal ington, S This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but . laws and national organization." "Just thirty days use ot Tanlac only to people jiving in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subFor Weak Sttfrtach. It was a melodramaand In tho Among other things, the' CommisAs a general rule all you need to convinced me of its unusual merit," prison scene a man was supposed to scriptions may. if desired, start at a' latter date, and renewals will sioner said: do is to adopt n diet suited to your said T. B. Pitkin, accountant for the be shot while filing the bars of his date from expiration ot present ones.' "Twenty-fou- r states are nieJiclnal-l- y ago and occupation and to keep your Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., who cell in an attempt to escape. The dry. There are aproxtmntely 150,-00- 0 If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute- The Ohio. regular. When you feel that llvesrat 287 Wheeler St. Akron, warden's revolver failed to explode, physicians in tho United States bowels Loulsyllle Times for The Courier-Journa- l. "I suffered with muscular rheu- but the prisoner dropped as though anil when you havo eaten to much and about 40,000 of them reside in constipated, Sond or bring your orders to this office. take 'ono'of Chamber- matism. In my legs for a year, lost my dead'. twenty-fou- r dry medicinally theso m appetite, and my whole system lain's Tablets. Rising gallantly to the occasion, tho states, Of the 110,000 physlpians reaffected. Indigestion and the in'a tone of hor maining, less, than 35,000 hold per-ml- ta OLAIMS IIAKE KNEES HEALTHY pain In my legs kept me Jn misery and warden exclaimed, ror: "Heavens! He's swallowed the to prescribe liquor. It la now I knew I couldn't bear up .much long-e- r. file!" nearly .ten months since the renowed Recently Rov. Frank Norrls chargmiirarttiea from jaon; in that denomination. abeffort began to restrict good liquor ed that "when a woman shows her "I noticed the statement of Mr. HIS "NAME WAS BARBER Methodist ministers, laymen, and sence from room; coming in iato via legitimate channels and I am knees you can see tho finish of the Weirath of the Goodrich Company into Sim Pllclty Hi, I w"ent to a great women from nil over Southern Meth- windows; camping autolsts and alhappy to report that thlB result Is nation." This drew the fire of Miss about how Tanlac helped him., so I show last night. Guess what I saw? ' odist territory will attend the big lowing them to pick them up. The as nearly achievement as Claire Miller, of. Chicago, who waF re- had a talk with him then started perhaps - Hi Larity I don't' know. What cOnforenco as delegates and the body college officials maintain that as long possible. medicine, too. Well, my rheu- show was It and what did jou see? will "bo tho largest in.its history, in' as the people cently awarded a prize in Boston for of Michigan support tho years Immediately preceding a dandy pair ot knees. She replies "The matism is gone and I feel as strong Slrri Pllclty It was tho Banum eluding 388 members In addition to college for the training of teachers prohibition showed an annual con- "If Dr. Norrls waged war on should as I ever did". .My appetite is good, I and Barley show and they had a man college ot bishops. At the last they have a right to say what sort o sumption in the United States of dejs, oyes, or even ankles, it would can eat anything and have gaiueu There who was nine feet tall but ho the gentrnl""conference held In Atlanta teachers they wa"nt, Any girl known abo'tu 130,000,000 gallons of American-- not have been so silly, 1 wear my several pounds. I want others who only weighed 97 pounds. four years ago, laity rights were to smoke tobacco will be expelled! whiskey. During the cal- knees bare all winter; KM sensible suffer to know what a. great medl- made HI Larity Did they explain how granted to women, and accordingly from tho collcgo.and students who endar year 1920 there" Was withdrawn and healthy, Iclne Tanlac is." he happened to be so slender? the woman power of thejehufch will bob their hair- will, not-- be recommll- approximately 12 on permits : Tanlac Is sold by all good drug Sim Pllclty Yes, his parents wore bo. Well represented as T5.emb.ers of mended for positions. . Tlui girls, X lion gallons and In the calendar year DKFLAPPERIZING THE FLAPPER gists. Poles. tho body for the first time. threatening to. rebel, say: "We aro 2 1821 withdrawals amounted t oabout The Hot Springs conference opens J old enough to look after our owa ' 3 Well, old man, how's Female employees In tho paroles million gallons. Withdrawals for Hawkins "I played 'Hamlot' once." May 3, and lasts about three weeks morals," this calendar year on the basis of the UJVU1UU 111 U1U VUJilUl Ul AiQItbUI, AI. I business going? "Indeed! Did you have much of a The election of new bishops plans for ' Martin Oh, just lllco clockwork. run?" last three or four months will amount J., must not wear short skirts or bob- -' missionary work and1 numerous othMECIIANICAIi "lIKMiO-GIRIi- " to about two million gallons, which bed hair, or use lip sticks or rouge Hawkins But I'd heard a jrumor "About six miles, as I remSomber er matters will be considered. .They havo been getting that your people had tailed. e. it." is perhaps only about onehalf milIn New York three telephore lion gallons In excess of normal medi the goats o'f tho male employees, who "Martin So they ahve.The busiMUST HE ClOOD OH GET OUT are installing dials which GENERAL CONFERENCE cinal requirements. At the begin Could not perform their official 'du- ness has just been wound up. ono must punch for himself to gt h! MAY LIFT TIME LIMIT year there wero ap- ties. So the department heads have ning of this fiscal WINS PRIZa ESSAY CONTEST For alleged Infractions ot school number. It Is claimed that tho now proximately 500 breweries engaged In deqred a reform. A discussion of the four-yea- r time regulations, 17 young women of aTllomatic system, which will do away ' 285 nearibeer. the manufacture of '. "Whutjjort ot man is Appel?" To W. J. Cassiday ot tho govern- limit ot Methodist pastors, with the Michigan State Normal college, at with the "hello-girl,- " savtftlTJo of them have been reported for vio"Put him with a crowd of men and ment printing offlco in Washington possibility lifting this restriction, will Ypsilanti (called "Yp'sl" for shor), and Increase accuracy. Should :no 95 of these plants lation of the law; goes the distinction of winning the feature tho general conference of the were dismissed and 13 others were new system work oit practically, it aro now under solzura by the Govern- he's ns redbloodcd, aj anybody." essay prize of $100 Methodist Episcopal Church, South, placed on probation. Tho indiscre- is estimated that 'u 10 years tho "I seo." , been seiz flrs.t ment; 60 breweries have on overr, But hiB wife selects his hats." awarded in a recent nationwide con- at Its approaching- - session in Hot tions with which the girls" ?were dwlco will be installe'd ed since July 1. Two of these brew test by Topics of tho Day. Tho sub- - Springs, Ark., it is stated by leaders charged Includo: Allowing uuduo fa- - tcirptono system in the country. , in com-- 4 Birmingham t cries have submitted offers ' ;?'' "aft t6Sf. i" ;j" U CEKIAW NEW lUXJiii Thirty Years VS CASTORI 00 Which Daily Paper? -- rp-plie- d . The Courier Journal V "Did-you-he- It " IS pub-lish- ' - ecame all-nig- ht tak-Ing't- he - any-mor- '- rd Age-Hral- d. llVv 1 M I r i m , The Hartford Republican and Ed Long were In Beaver Dam "Wednesday. Washington, May 11 (Capital News Service). A minister in tho Mlddlo West, founder and for twenty years pastor of a church, married a, couple white the.y wore bathing suits, standing besldo n public swimming pool. preferred promptly His church charges ngatnst him and will try him for the offense of conduct unbecoming a minister. A New York Judge bad before him notice to sunscitutEita Frankfort, Ky., May 4. Rules and a prisoner charged with "slapping his subscribers desiring tbo paper sent a new address must give the old regulations regarding the renewal old father." Tho offense was not se legal standpoint, rlnce dress In making tbo request. and life extension of teachers.'" cer- rious from the Business Locals ard Notices 10c tificates were Issued todny by Super- - theslap had been undaroaginglo any ler line, and Sc per lije for eacb ad- dignity. The sentenco was lntendent of Public Instruction, thing save lltlonal insertion. that the offender paste in hist hat a nU Cards George Colvin. Obituaries, Resolution t Tbanks, lc per word, and !c for Applicants for renewal of a first-cla- written copy of tho Fourth Comeh bead llnb and slgnautro, money county certificate mnst have mandment, "Honor thy Father and ta advance. agrco to-- obey It. the'certiflcatlon of the county school thy Mother," nnd Cburcb Notices for services free, per superintendent that the following re Commenting on tho sentence, a court kit otber advertisements, lc may sound foolish, word. quirements have been compiled with: j officer said: "It Anonymous communications will but his neighbors will know it and i taught for "A .person having ncelve no attention. eight cojisecutlve years in the same talk about it, and public opinion will in futuro! county under first-clacertificates keep hlra TELEPHONE In a 'Virginia court a woman acraay have the last one renewd for a crime of forgery Farmers 'Mutual 59 period of four years oy tne biate cused of the serious to pay a flno of o.ie ' Board of- - Education, who shall write was sentenced officially dollar and to spend one hour in jail . MUD AY,. .MAY 12 upon it "renewed," sign tempered the stern Justus nnd give the date of such renewal. The court of Impersonal. law with the tender When a certificate hns been renewed Saturday, tomorrow, marks the an- - one time the teacner shall again re- mercy of compassion for the helpless jiual event in the "Sport of ceive two first-clacertificates, as The trial doveloped that the woman Kings." Kentucky Derby stated nbore, before It can be renew and her baby had suffered hunger! The AMAAtitn .Vn AM 1..1. .f ..1.1 Champion Is to be crowned, and ed a second time." husband fnlled to provide, though wreathed In flowers, 'for the forty-clght- k Application for life certificates time. The puree hung up for must have exact certification by the able. The woman opened a letter this annual sport event is $60,000 county superintendent of each cer- addressed to her husband, found a with an added $7,000god service to tificate held and each place where government check for disability al tho winner. Race devotees and ad they have taught during tho last lowance, wrote the husband's name! d thorough twenty years. State certificates and on It, cashed It, and spent it for mirers of the bred, from all over theconpiry, will city certificates issued by ctyy boards clothes and food for herself and bo at Churchill Downs tomorrow, to can not be extended for life. A life child. An Indiana woman "died and kept witness the greatest racing event, certificate can not be granted out on living," according to the doctors from a financial standpoint, ever of- right The strange case fered or a flejd of three-yea- r olds. The following rules govern life who attended her. was that of a mother, jun over by a first-clacertificates: extension of It seems that we can't get aw3y "The State Board of Education, in train and fatally injured, who was from the hue and ciy ot partisan ha- their discretion, fihall have the power kept alive and conscious for hours, anxiety over her tred and insincerity for failure of the" to extend for life, teachers' certifi with mother-lov- e Nation to become a party to the cates of such teachers who have had children, after her heart had ceasd according to attending ph League of Nations, notwithstanding maay M twenty years of successful to beat, tho fact that action upon that partlcu experience teaching in the common : lar line was approved by the voice schools of this state, provided that 16 per cent acid FERTILIZER of more than seven-millio- n majority no such certificate shall be of a lowphosphate, per ton $14. t(f 1.12 1 or the citizens of the United States. er class than the first class." per ton Corn and wheat grower We can't quite understand Jiist why 00 $30.00; 2.S.2. Tobacco grower-,$3- 0 Seats on sale their action should be continuously HERBERT cash at the car. tererred to as blind, partisan hatred. D. L. D. SANDEF.UR, The Allies we are accused of crimi- Mrs. O. T. Burdette and daughter, Beaver Dam. finllv rifieorHnfr warn allnwod ti rwn Virgle Mae, were the guests of 7 I, for months, yes stretching into years, ,Miss Mrs. Jim O'Benchaln, ot VeU- wlth their heads in a j)opse drawn to'.Mr. and .,,, . v. , . vine, naiuiua; uuu uiuucu mc n tho choking point by those W tu Chapter. sought to execute, while we eat su- S. Mr- Virgil YOU BELIEVE IN FIRE INSURANCE Miller and daughter,1 pinely by, Eolely for the purpose, as'. Mrs. Charlie Taylor, visited relatives It seems to us, of singing a great In Fordsvllle Saturday. liattle song" later on: "He kept Us' Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers were of' .Out of War," Bit, as a matter the guests of Mrs. Sylvanla Jett, of course, all of that has nothing to do' Pellvllle Monday. with the position of America today. of Miss Oma Field Holbrooh, "Whatever the people desire, under Whitesvllle, spent Saturday and Sunordinary circumstances, should be guest of her cousin, Miss is the best insurance against decay. Sherwin-William- s given them. A child ot course should day, the Elena Mllllgan. not be given fire to play with simply and H. & W. Paints are good paints. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mldklff attendbecaue it wants it, but when a ma OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. jority of grown-up- s fairly express ed church services at Pellville Sunthemselyes as being In favor of cer- day and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Benchaln, at dinner. tain ijflfjnlte policies and measures Mr. and Mrs. Abe Howe and baby, i.'ntllH L0IIM tlmt tllofl U'tshPS it ' i and Mr. Giiy Mldklff were the guests TV - . ,, ., m, should be adhered to and if they n .i """"' "' M""" im,n,i press decided disapproval of certain 0l " "' day. policies and measures their wishes Viola Barker spent Sunday ishould likewise be taken into con- with her sister, Mrs. Mary Rearden. sideration. Why call It partisan Miss Elizabeth House is visiting ' Tiato If they elect To disapprove of rtmdK and relatives near Yelvlngton". what we stand for and desire? Miss Thelma and Anna Harrison were guests of Miss Elsie Mae Crowe, lilte is, and ought to be held saHARTFORD, KENTUCKY bered, except that lived in brutality Saturday night, disregard ot all and In defiance and JjOUlSVIIiMI MARKETS established "rules and regulations of Then decent, organized society. Cattle Best light butcheru sold STARTING -when one deliberately and malicious- readily, medium and Inferior kinds to the hurt nnd safely transgresses, Cow trade slow and unchanged. ty of the innocent, peace lovlpg and 3tcady, canneis active from $2.50 to tKe ending of Jaw abiding element, $2.75 Undeitone steady In the Waauch a life may be accounted as a vy steer division, with few arrivals. "blessing and necessity, to the whole. Qood call Milk cqw trado bteady There is one other, too common in noted for the best Quality &tockers And one Episode Each Friday Night communities, tho life of not a few and fedcers, medium and plainer Thereafter Until Completed that is the unscrupulous who lnvado kinds neglected. Bull values steaof anoththo privacy nnd sacredness dy, top bolognas $5.25 down. Good er person's home. The one who clearance is noted. offense takes his , commits such an Calves Market uncbangetd. Best life in his hnuds.'yes, more, IiIh life veals $7 down; medium and common IN finger tips.' Juries Is dangling at his llghl calves from $2 4. ' may not, In every case sot. the man Hogs Prices steady on all weights Jrco who slays ah' offender of this with a good active all7around decharacter, a violator" of tho sanctity mand. Best hogs 120, pounds up of home, but not in years to como will brought $10.75; 120 pounds- - down Serial of the West. ct A Swift, Lightning-Spee- d there be. Nund a Jury who will throwouts $.20 committed under sold for $9.35; for a homicide Action That Has More Pep Than an Elec- -' down; stags $G.60 down. circumstances "when of reason, Buch Sheep and Lambs A good active trie Current. A Drama That Hits able" clarity. There is no law by receive, demand was noted for the best lambs, The Bulls-Ey- e. which such a violator may of the top commensurate with tho with prices 25c off, bulk punishment springers at $1C50, some sold at crime. This thing we term the "Un- $1G.25; seconds $10(flll. Sheep may be a law or the written Law" slow, 50c lqwer; best tat sheep, 120 1 uncle, but as certain as there is a poundB up, willful vio pounds down, $6; 120 .. Huler of the Unlveise the ' $5.50; bucks $3 down. die by lator of that law is going toand the I'roiluco the hand, of the outraged Buying prices, net to shipper, the Will Complete Our Serial bearer of 'that hand Is going to be shipper paying freight and drayage by Juries made allowed to remain free charges are: tip of the Country's best citizens. Tho Eggs Candled 20c dozen. might Just as well - would-be offender Poultry Hens 21c; spring chick' rix his mind and govern his actions ens 40c; roosters 10c; ducks Ilk; 10c PVice of Admission for Friday, May 19th, , accordingly. geese 9c; turkeys, No. 1, 30c; gu'rieas . $3 CO, per dozen. ItOSINK k Country Butter Pound 15c T. A. Itagland Fletch Wilson, ss well-behavss i ss 1 I Messrs. Marvin Embry and Denver Basham have gono to Bowling Green, to secure cmploynfcntf Mrs. Mamie Smith ol Shelbyvllle, Incorporated haB been the guist of her parents, JL Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Leach, during the W. S. TINSLET, Editor past week. and BusIbphh Manager. Mrs. Nella Thompson "haslieen visiting ber parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. L. entered according to law ot tlio Alford .this week. Postotflce, Hartford, Ky., as iiiiall Mr. and Mrs. Franlt Llndsqy nre matter of tbo secoad class. ) the parents of a fine baby1 boy, born recently. to Address all communications BTofl Hartford Republican. RULES APPLICABLE TO TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES Pablliilied Weekly y pARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY CURIOUS ACCOUNTS INVOLVING .RELIGION Dally IJrcn Chronicles Jinny pddltlrt Concerning Ceremonies and Tim Bible. aBorrowed Money n The Annual Junior Play Of Hartford High School Will Be Presented at Tfie School: i ) Auditorium Tuesday Nite, May 16, 1922 At 8:00 O'clock. : A new, up-to-the-min- ute h" Kentucky Race Horse Story,, full of Life and Laughter. -- fleet-foote- Come See It! It's Different! Seat Tickets 50c - ss ADMISSION-Reser- ved General Admission 35c. at Ohio County Drug Store, Monday P. M., and Tuesday I I ......., i- -i LIFEND Good Paint Star Theatre w yj I -- T a Frocks- -- Fabrics for Children's Dainty c Friday, May 19th RUTH HOLLAND 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 hams, also Flaxon and Batiste checks which make very desirable frocks for the warmer days. Of course, for those who da 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 prbv ejust what we've 'said. As a particular buyer d'emand--in- g the greatest value obtainable for eveiy ' dollar expended, you will surely want to see what we have. Respectfully, . i? is "The Avenging Arrow" , con--vi- -- Friday,May 19 "The Fatal Sign" -- Carson (EL Co. 7 nrr Hartford, Kentucky. jlr. t WASHl Mr and Mrs. James Caskey Bcn residences of Mr. Cal P. Kcuwn, on Main Street. nett havo moved to the : h'i MATERIALS!! i Mr. Charles Ward of Hartford,' iioute 3, lert Monday for'Frankfort, where'he has ncce'pled a pojltioxwlth t)lA Wflpkmntl'a fAn n 1M tn mv UUmIUj uimuuii a vwjii -- UCailUIl tiln.,1 as clerk. We arc agents for the genulne(tCoca Cola. Will havo a supply at plant 7. I ' at all lltnM ELLIS ICE CO., h 4C-Hartford, Ky. 4t : 4 A Chevrolet Has good breeding in its every line. lis motor has the gentleness of a Zephyr, the power of a tornado. s Mr. Oscar Dennett who has accep- position with the. State High Commission, loft Inst Friday for Brandenburg, Ky., where he will have headquarters. ted . Way r i Get our special prices on Wash Materials for ten days 'only. Road below. Call and see the qualities, "beauti-- , John Taylor Lowft, of Is visiting friends at Sunny-dalHo motored through bringing a car recently purchased by Mr, Kify Wimsatt ,of Sunnydale. Mr. Chat-man, 111., e. It is as reliable as the ocean tides and as solid as the Rocky Mountains. Open the roads to pleasure and health. Buy a Chevrolet, and change that 0hWhat's-The-Us- e Feeling. Feeling into an The Lowest Priced Fully Equipped Automobile in the World. Sold by I'm-Glad-I'm-Al- ive ful patterns, etc. . . . , .. .. .,. .15c . r.y. ...s .: .25c Best quality Gingham . . ..".. Middy Cloth, white .50c .. .. 30c Sheet Organdies, fancy . '. 40-i.$1.00 Paris Muslin, white : .50c '. Fancy Organdy 3oMn. Pure Linens, all shades. ...-$1.00 -. 36-i40c . Fancy Linens 'Shepherd Check Suiting . . .."..-- ."i i 25c . . 15c Apron Gingham ,( v . . . . . .25c : . ...-..- . Cotton Serge . .' aoc .. . .: .. Kimona Cloth 36-i79c 'Shirting Silk .X . . I'.T.V.T.Tr. . ,20c 36-iPercales Fair quality Dress Gingham .- -. ,;.-- u. 40-"- m. ..-....- ... ....... .... -- Di fend Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dundee, took their little adopted son, William, to Owensboro Monday, where the little fellow underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils. , Mrs V. spending M. Dnrnett, vhft has been several months with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Coo'per and Mr. Cooler, of Nasftvllle, Tutin., returned to .'her home here yesterday. Wallace, Taylor & Morris HARTFORD, KENTUCKY . Mr. S. L. King city, was elected as n. -- .' . ., j I ". T.'.-- a member of the board of trustees, for the Hartfprd Graded and High school, in the election held at the school building last Saturday. n. n. '' t " These, Tdth'iKuny other fancy wash'malerials ', arefrm sale at special prices. 3 r t is 7&Z5o y . The Ifautforii MIMA-Y-- RepuWwtn j, MAT 12 JJcXJU?,l.le.and.lughter, Amelia, A Miss inJSwensboro yesterday. P Stcwnrt and Deputy Sheriff Iris Header made a trip to Whltes-- i vllle, Wednesday. Mrs. "Wm. Everejtt Hltnes, of the Republican force, Is ULat her home, on MadLsan Htrct. Mr. 'And Mrs, Wavey Parks, of Taylor Mines, were guests of Mr. city. Sunday. and Mrs 'Charlie-Leach,, ELPERBO 10 cents. LITTi-EPERKIN- SJVIOKB S -- Sets. At The Best Stands. Jfch PERSGNAL.NEWS AND SOCIAL EVEKTS Swat the fly early, boxes lor :25c. , WJLLLVMS & TATLCnt. Now Ltao of wall paper at the OHM) COUNTY DRUG CO. . Buy SherwltftVVilllajns Paint. It Is cheaper because It cpTers more CO. surface. 0H10iCQUNTYDnUG 'NtKV first-clas- FOHSiKLE nnd harness. 4Ctlp s buggy " t ? - V31.S0N TCABU, Bouta 3, Hartford. I i -- i V Mr. W, G. Bennett Is rcconsting Just received a car of Universal from n few days illness. Portland Cement. JJan mai.e you 44t4 attractive jxrlces . - Fresh fruits and vegatables sfdl W. E.33LLIS &.BUO. kinds, afWliailAMS.fc TAYLORS. Mr. Fan Rogers, of Lexington and guest of Shreve.Svau Pikevllle, "was the week-en- d Mr. llufus JJovreJl. of 'Mrsjjsaac Fwier, rM town Tuesday, on a business znl- - his Blster-ln-li- w city. Eton. "WANTED Cood.-far. J' VBr & hand. St.e TV1LSON WARD. .Ctlp Houte.3, Hnrtford Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoover aid children of Matllfionvllle., were itVe guests of rtlatlv.es Jn Hartford a feu-ds last week. Ono ? n JrJlls. Tho rnput accurate cow plant- 44t4 ' QS$ on tho market. Place your order with W. E. ELLIS SHADE TREES & ;BRO. for anyirelght you want deW. E. E1X.IS &:URO. aoodnll otiNav Mexico, Mr. Elbert by truck. linked out of Owensboro of felnttv.es In the fla tho guest FRUIT TREES. tConte-rtpwSir. John M. Barrass .and son, Wttl make dally wund trips as of(en communily. of Htrrin, IIL, re visiting as ve get sufficient tonnage. Also ORNAMETAL TREES sister, Mr. Jeiip WlUlMJls. carry paffsengers. '.Make W, E. EL Mrs.' cKlspIt Therben Pf iUuroka, FLOWERING SHRUBS LIS m, BRO., your valting place--. 5 ml., Is tho guest jf relatives ii the of B.epvcr, Dam. 4B-W. E. KLLIS, Hartford 13jvr.e,tt,8 .ljrry country. HEDGE PLANTS ALVJHNUM WARE Double bqlU j j" Mj. Jame Harrison of Jndlanopo- ere, Sauce Pans, Perculators, your Mr. Watt Taylor of Matanzas, has BEDDING PLANTS I rj(, accepted a position with the Aetna choice .at $1.00. lis, Jud., is vjtjtipg hermotlior. WILLIAMS & TAYLORt Life' Insurance Co. If our friend VEGETABLE PLANTS . $ Sallle, Thomas, at ' Dundee. Taylor is as adept in inducing those AND SEEDS Little mioses Cesna Johnson And who ought to carry lnsuroncoMo take Mesdaiufs 'M., r. Heavrln, Cecil H. .' mo- - Ljjona Rhea Jjeach, spent the week-- , policies with htm as he Is in snagging , aul Slllnry A, Williams PLANTS FLOWERS s 1 Heavrln Orensborp yesterday. end with Mr. a8d Mrs. M. V. Jobn- - the vily bass when the fishing 'sea tored to spn nt Blshn.0. , BULBS 1s on,, he ja most certain to turn son 'U, In lots of business 'for his Company. fT O f .W.nnu Ford Chassis, , V jw.v ow Everything in Flowers From 46tS - Dr. 7. R. Plrtle went to OwensPrli S7R.00. Professor Forest Bell, Buford, MOTOR CO. boro yesterday, to nttond a meet.lng T.IC1IENOR-M1LLKSeeds to Trees ofJh'e Dlntrlct Dental Association, and Misses Alattye Duke, Hartford, 1 rf'.4 Judge Gordon, pf lodlsonville, of which he Is president. Sunnydale, Klttye Bess Dodson, t Loubell Williams, 'ilefllnnnd Lenora ; wns'n visiting attorney in Circuit Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Bverlyrej Llndley, Llvermore, ihava returned Court, Wednesday of this wek. FLORIST turned' hQnie'Wedneeday after a few to their homes, from Van Lear, Ky., par- where they taugtil In the' High Evorly'B OWENSBORO, KY. ' Mrs. Lula Coppage has returned days vlblt with Mrs. ents, Mr, nnd Mr?, 90 CBennelt,, scnooi during tne term recenuy cios-- i " from an extended visit t6 her son, Mr. Write for Catalogue. ed, Superintendent. I par Coppage, aj Braggadocio", MoY" 5ty, l Mr. R. R. 3Mey, QasUlor of the r (Citi.ens Bank, made n;buslness trip and Two-ro- w Hoosler Corn tdrounds. of Beaver J. Morton Williams, STItAYED OR STOLEN One large, dark bay horse, with white left hind Das, was In Hartford yesterday, on business. foot. Finder please write or bee "C. A. BLANCHAIID, 453t Mrs. Juliet Persley of Cadlz.Ky., McHenry, Jt.U, near Cfrntral drove. spent a few days last week In Hart ford, the guest of her father, Mr. E. Hugh GlPiidon, the little son born this P. Thomas, and sister, TUrs. E. G. to Mr. and Mrs. Carr Hoover, of Schroeter and Mr. Schroeter. city, last Friday night, lived only a D,urial occured Saturfew mlnnlos Miss Azalee Bennett and little sisday afternoon in Oakwood Cemetery, ter, Leona, of the Shinkle Chapel in HartMrs. Nettle Calloway hasvreturned vicinity, spent Monday night af- ford, the guests of their aurtt.Mrs. to her home In Evansvllle, Ind., " ter attending tho funeral of- -' her L. B. Tichenor and Mr, TJchenor. brpther-ln-laMr. Ernest Ma'gan, COOL SPRINGS and vlsWHig Mrs. Magan, for a' few t days. Mrs.'Jtoscoe Womac went ilr. and to Beaver Dam Monday, shopping. MrK.VW. C. Overhultz and little son. Mrs. Bnrchel Leisure and little WlnsUui Bennett', of Cedar Edge, daughter, of Simmons, spent last Colo., urrlved last Friday to spend the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sumuirr with friends and relatives In 8 T. Kitchen's", of this place. Hartford, and other points lu Ohio Misses Pauline Wilson, of Knights-erg,.an- d County. Miss Beulah Taylor, of Taylortown, were guests of Mr. and We are the exclusive agents for Atrs. T. C. JJennls, Friday. the Bndwelser Beer in Ohio County. Mr. Thomas Tate spent Saturday Hae si car load on hands. Place tght with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mil your order' by phone or by'malL ler) of Beaver'Dam. ELLIS ICE CO., 1 Sir. and Irs. "Willie Brown and 45 Hartford, Ky. .children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Brown Sunday. B.1V. H. C. Truman, of Forilsville, :Mr. Thomas Tate went to Rock- Is In uttondance nt the annual State jiprt Tuesday, on business. Encampment of the G. A. R. which is being held at Stanford, Ky. Rev. jIN IMEMORY Trnmnn is Senior Vice Commander of this organization, and never fails toJ Of our dear husband and father," atttaiQ an Encampment. Thomas Chester Royal, who departed this life August'5. 1921. fertilizer, plenty f high In the graveyard softly sleeping, grade tobacco grower in stock. Will Where tho flowers gently wave; have car of 16 per cent acid Thos-phat- Lies the one we loved so dearly, Ira siding Tuesday, 'May IBth. . 'In his lonely, silent grave. Coraesmd be supplied. LUTHER CHINN, Around your precious grave'we linger Beaver Dam, Ky. 46tl Till the sitting aun is low; Feeling all our hopes have perished, Mrs.'Comma HucklebetTy and lit"With tho flower we cherished so. tle son, 'Carlysle, have returned o their home in Owensboro after spend Almost one year ago you left us, ing a fewidays with their parents and And our loss we deeply feftl. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James But 'tis God that has beroft us, B. Wedding, in the Barrett's Ferry He can nil our torrowu heal. country. Somewhere Jn tho flood st years, Maxle Tviibrook, tine saddle nnd Somewhere in tho rlver'u flow, harness stallion, will make the sea God shall wipe away our tcaia, son of I91M! at Ohio County Fair Then we shall tee and rknow. ,.. Grounds, Hartford, Ky. AJso the Sadly missed by all who knew high bred Jack, Tommy Long, will him, mnke the season 1922, at the Fair HIS WIFE AND CHILD, Da-break B' Oliver Cultivators a IBuy an Oliver Riding Cultivator . for better plow-jn- g. -- Ride instead of walk, cultivate more acres, which means more aAd better corn when cultivated with Oliver Cultivators: We can furnish you either Disc or Shovel. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Every Sunday CHEAP EXCURSIONS VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL Good;ior return Until 6:00 Half fare for Children. For tickets and further particulars see Agent A. M. Monday following. -- for the round trip. 'tojlarrows Tuesday. , ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS N n '" 4t Beginning' Sunday, May 7, and on each Sunday thereafter until September 24, Sunday Excursion Tickets will be sold betwen all Stations on I. C.- - -Y. & M. V. R. Rrs. where the y fare is $6.00 or less at approximately one-wa- - 1 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD f t Complete Line of K ?-'- TAPSCOTT BASE BALL GOODS! We Invite Your Inspection. 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Royster, Jr., Henderson, Clarksville, Tenn., May 8. Judge computing machine; George H. Covington, lock bolt and nut, John T. Cunningham, leader im the campaign for the Dark Tobacco Grow- -' and Isadore K. Trau of Louisville, Association In Mont- - cap. ore John Voss of Evansvllle, Ind., ob-tfiomery county, has announced that active campaign for signing up .' tained a patent on a door structure tho growers in this county will begin for display cabinets, and William E. about June 1st. This was first an-- 1 Wilson, also of Evansvllle, obtained nonnccd for May 15th, but later It a patent on a heater for automobile was learned that Judge Robert W. radiators. Elbrldge W. Stevens of Baltimore, BmghCn would be. here to deliver a speech In behalf of the Association on Md., obtained a patent on a 'motor to the he assigned .Way 27th, so it was decided to defer fuel, which Nlie membership drive until after his Chemical Fuel Company of America, . Inc., of Louisville. visit. Hut this county will be thoroughly circularized In the meantime so as to fS03,O00,O0O APPROPRIATED -FOR ROAD BUILDING thoroughly familiarize the farmers with the matter. A few contracts Washington, May 1. By a vote of will Tie mailed out as a preliminary campaign for signers. 23S to 31, the house today passed Xeaders of the movement say the Dunn bill authorizing an appro-- 1 county Is in fine shape, and priatlon of $65,000,000 for road Ihe sign-u- p is expected to run con- building for the year beginning next siderably above the required July 1 and $75,000,000 for year of the tobacco acreage. thereafter. Turkish artist nnd hns inspectpd thousands of models. Miss Mollcr Is a classic dancer; sho will poso for' Dr. John S. Chadwlck, secretary of the prince torn marble statue of "the LV publicity for tlio Missionary Cente perfect wonftin." nary movement In n recent IntervlowJ. A celobratbd white preacher hnd concerning schools for paators and lay workers In. the Methodist Episco- been engaged to address the congregation of a little negro church nnd pal Church, So;itb, said: The Hartford Republican has made a special "The missionary centenary has was being Intrpduced by the very clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial inrtdo possllilo ndvnnces In every field nervous colored pastor. "Slstern an' brethren," ho began. In which our church has missionary Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one h 'enterprises. It Is truo that a largo "It, affords mo the extromest year for the low price of to introduce do speaker of do part of the centenary fund Is being In wanf. ; nvnlnln tint i foreign lands, and this Is as nvotlln " used in ""' ""' It should be, but the centenary hns while his skin ain't do same color as also given us resources that, In some (1 odders hcah, I assures y.ou his measure, make possible nn aggressive heart Is as' black as any of yourn." Legion Weekly. program of work In tlio home field. "In my opinion the home departThe Commercail Appeal is one of the largest ment is doing no better piece of work SCHOOL WILL TKACll HOUSEKEEPING FOR OIKLS and best papers in the South and we hope to receive ( than its emphasis on the rural church and the rural field. It is supporting many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Tho Carl Schruz school of Chica a number of rural demonstration seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in go, hns secured n houso charges and giving help to many cirwhere Its girl pupils will learn prac-- , your subscription now. Don't delay. cuit pastors. The schools for town they and country pastors, wlth the empha- tlcal housekeeping. On Monday sis on the rural work, reached last will learn to cook; Tuesday they will yenr, somo three- hundred of our pas sew; Wednesday they will scrub from tors nnd lay workers. During the cellar to nttlc; Thursday they- will summer of 1921 two such schools wash clothes and iron thorn; Friday, tlon cologne glass top but when this 13 W immw was removed an aluminum cap which were held and the rogram for 1922 they will learn mllllnery.v could be used also ns n drinking cup calls for six of these schools. UKOES AVOMEN TO CANNIHAL1ZE wnu disclosed. "At these schools training will be From flapper to cannibal Is quite given in every phase nnd department sy, or tho uni a step but Dr. Albert Bobby Whot does "knows no of church and community work. The versity of Buffalo, advises women to faculties will be composed of the "Be 100 per cent cannibal; eat raw bounds," mean, Dad? Explain A to outstanding rural leaders In America meat; drink tho'blood of tho slaugh inc. Succeed when everything ele fails. In nervous prosuatioa and female KanDad (burled In newspapr) There will bo no expense In attend- tered animal and gnaw the bones to garoo with .vcaxnesse tney are the supreme ance upon these schools except rail rhtumntlsm. American rcmcuy, at inousanos nave fatlned. the marrow." Thus will women A- Boy. ' road fare and board and lodging ttain the highest degree of physical ,' FOR KIUNEYJLIVERAND while on the ground." t perfection. STOMACH TROUBLE Eat also raw potatoes, Judge Tho police say that you It u the best rocdklne erer sold rnw carrotB and sugar In Its natural Suggestion for n Camping Trip ind your wife had some words. over a druggU"s counter. state, he says. I had some, Judge, bur I Trlconer , Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic didn't get a chance to use. them. and Diarrhoea Remedy before leav- Rotnrlan fing home. As a rulo It cannot be HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS obtained when on a hunting, fishWoman ing or prospecting trip. Neither can "Father," said little Frank, as he OLE CLOES SHINES it be obtained while on board the cars turned the pages of his history, "how JES" E.Z MUCH E2 did the cliff dwellers keep warm in or steamships and at such timesand places it Is most likely to be needed. the winter time?" NEW CLO'ES DOES, "Why, I guess they used the mounTho safe way is to have it with CEPN HITS A DIFFUNT you-- . tain range. Now, don't nsk mo any m FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE LOOKIN' SHINE.'! more foolish questions." Christian Dissolved In water for douches stopr Index. SCHOOLS . FOIt PASTORS AND LAY WOKKKKH . A CASH OFFER I plins-liun- :.".". T $1.75 five-roo- m y I iK - " Electric Bitters Wants " Every LARGEST GROWER IN CHRISTIAN. SIGNS UP MONTGOMERY COUNTY WILL START DRIVE are William F. Harthun ICLU1U1UH UUU CAUIUIIWIK Tha-man- n, J he Hopkinsville, Ky., May 0. Rich artl LeaveH, .largest tobacco grower of this county If not of the entire dark district, has signed a membership contract in the Dark Tobacco Growers Association, although the membership campaign in this county will not actually start un til May 1G. Mr. Le&vell pledg'ed 175 acres, his entire crop on the several farms he owns in this county. Mr. LeaveU's signing is expected to have a effect upon other farmers and to get them to sign. DI.RECTORY Ohio County CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday In September nnd fourth Monday In November: udge George S. Wilson, Owensboro. Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. CoTijbt, I9 sore throat and sore peWlc catarrh, ulceration and inflanw matioiti Recommended by LydU E. rinkham Med. Co. for ten yars. A healing vionder for nasal catarrh, and ,mnJdJ4 HualimWtluiAi PrM.,t,.i rW. I Mothers use Ct'iniDr by UcOurt Newspaper Syndicate Trustee Jury Fund COUNTY L. B. Tlchenor". Children Cry . FOR FLETCHER'S CAST O R J r Convenes COURT first Monday. In each frejfe fCsimii for thp ChildrPir A Safe 01J Faslnoae. Kenedy for Worms , TWO BODIES FOUND IN YACHT WRECK Oakland, Cal., May 7. The bodies of John R. Hanify, wealthy ranchman, and George Anderson, a boatman, were found today entangled in' the wreckage of the yacht "Quart" near Hayward, on the Almeda Coun ty side of San Francisco Bay. The body of E. A. Chrlstenson, wealthy Ehlpplng and lumberman, tho third member of a yachting party, had not been found early tonight. -- Mont--gome- ry two-ihir- -- - "Jack Did you have much trou E. S. nn, BJtiaort, IM. "How Is your new hired man?" 9 Kitty Yes; especially, with the "Well," replied Farmer Jones, "he AIN'T PAW SMART? neighbors. Leitchfield, Ky., May 1. The "Paw, what's this here t.lephone broke two hoo handles yesterday." 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. r- "Working - hard?" to James AVholesale Grocery company ampllfer?" Tanny Now when I am asked 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords-vlll"No, Jeanlng'on 'em." Life, here has taken time by the forelock my son, is one. of those saps "That, Bing I never say, "Oh I can't!' but I WILL YOU-TAK- E nnd Is installing a radio receiving sta- who grins into the. transmitter-analways sit down at the piano Sam H. Holbrook, Hart-- Neverwed 1 hear you've signed up 5th District tion. at its store here to receive dally makes gestures while he's carrying on ford, R. F. D, No. 4. Annie And let the audience find as skipper of the god ship Matrimony. market prices on commodities from a 'phone conversation." Otli District Mack Martin, Narrows, it out for themselves? Justwed No, my wife's tho skipChicago, the company probably will . -R. F. D .No. 2. per. I married a widow. I'm her grocery in "She 1 heard you tlnglng in your .Angler It was such a big one 'be the first wholesale 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beasecond mate. Cleveland News. Kentucky to receive daily market re- room this morning. that it pulled me Into the river! A Treatment ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. ,. ports. The house also has "branches He Oh, 1 sing a Lttlo to kJilTimft. Triend Got a good drenching, I aBBBBBBBBVM "My friend," began the man with BOARD OF EDUCATION (or WEAK in Louisville and Central City. Slit! You have a good weapon.-Bosto- n .suppose? Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. ihe beg full of tracts persuasively, i LUNGS or Transcript. Angler No luckily I fell on the ''have you evor reflected on tho shortConvenes First Monday in every PARENTAL PROFANITY London Passing Show. .Tlsh. CONSUMPTION ness of life and tho fact, that death month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, DON'T FALL FOIl THIS Secretary-Treasurer. is Inevitable?" and v "Nearly everybody has u TAINTED TREE FOOLS BIRDS An amusing comment on the quali-"Have I?" replied the man with the R A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief (or that tired, bump of curiosity." ty of thfe Government telephone serfeellnr. big overcoat cheerfully. R. F. D. No. 6. coughs, pains la cbest. nlrht tweiti. hemor. "Well, I "And whnt does Jt lead to?" C. McKay, of Cleveland, has vice In Great Britain was recently E. thacei. weak lunti or consumption. It It dot should &ay so. 1 am an lnsuranco W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman. Hart Del help you II Tound a way to kill birds without go- made by an Amorlcan woman tempocosta you Dothlnf. m epjsdn o2cd air Su ' agent. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. ing after them. Becauso a 'blank rarily residing In London with her -- ujn? o spuai ii qsbo sun "1 jfitA ! Lock Box eto OHIO MEDICAL CO. Nat Llndley, Centortown, R. F. D. 1. COLUMBUS. O. wall opposite his office was an "eye-.sor- husband and little boy. She said ouiznaupj BjCoq "COLOGNE" FROM Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. had a landscape painted on that, whenever her husband answerhe JAPAN IS WHISKY Claud Renfrow, Dundee. "But surely," said tho haughty It. One tree is so relastle that birds ed the telephone, or picked up the Examinations. broken their necks by trying to receiver to make a call, it was a woman, "If I pay fare for my dog he. 3iave At the Staten Island dock In Nfcw r For Common School Dlplojuus will be treated tile same ns other paslight on It and striking against tho household rule that Bhe must with Friday and Saturday In Jan- sengers and be allowed to occupy a York near where the Japanese steam-iFourwall. out fall Immediately entice her son shlp Toba Maru was tied up customs vary, npd Second Friday and Satur- iseat?" out of the room and aa far" away as "Of course. madtm," the conduc officials confiscated 1000 bottles of day in May. To bo he'd in Fords- possible, in order that the boy might tor replied, politely, "provided ho Japanese whisky disguised as cologne l vllle, Deaver Dam and'Hartford. not htarTier husband swear, as he InFOR FLETCHER'S For Teachers' .Certificates Third does not put his fet on It." Pear- and took four Japanese in custody. evitably would. In the federal court the Japs plead- - Friday and Saturday in M.ay, Juno son's Magazine. ed guilty to the charge of illegally and September. Except notice is oE RIVER EXCURSION BOAT TEACHERS It is stated that the highsot salari- transporting liquor and were fined Biven to the contrary tho latter ex DESTROYED BY FIRE ed woman official in CONSIDERED UNDIGNIFIED l Arkansas now Is $1000. Each bottle had the regula- - aminatlons will be held In Hartford. Mrs. Jennie E. Dodge, superintendent ' OTIIEIt OFFIOKIIS i Qulncy. II!., May 7. The Majestic, "When a young woman teacher In Tn of schools for Pulaski county. who Commissioner U. F. Keown, one of the largest' excursion steam gets Fecl.rtpht all tho time. Don't lay efl City asked the advice of Atlantic Fordsvlllo. i $4000 a year. This Is more from work for f Schools Boyer before boats on the Mississippi river, was than the state superintendent of eduSurveyor C, S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo when pleasant days by taking calomel keeps yotj Tiohblng her hair she was told she destroyed by fire at Havana, 111., to- cation receives. Itcpi'cspittnthc Ira Jones, White en your feet, whilo relieving your troubi sfie day. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorit "liad better spare the scissors if Hun. The boat was tied up at her dock tako anything else. You can't affonl 'MOST PKUFECT AVOMAN" dld'tiot wish to spoil the Job. "It Is HAIITFOKD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syax when the fire occurred, and would Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. jiot dignified," said Mr. Boyer. tern and relieves constipation. A nat' have been put In commission May From Ulrd Island, Minn., comes Mayor W. O. Blankenshlp ural remedy, naturaUn its actions, but 15. KENTUCKIANS Painters had been worklnir nn Miss Helen Moller, selected by Prince TKVENT1VK In Its effect nnd certain in results. 1 Council h. II. Bishop, Secy. won't bo long before ARE GRANTED PATENTS the boat Saturday. The cause of the J, Iiandy-BIr- a yrill as the most perfect IlOCKPOItTL completely aispiaco calomel In ever' fjre is not known. woman,whose form Is nearer to tho home.iv Children can tako it freely Robert h. Green, Judge. Tho Majestic was owned by the" measurements of the Immortal Miss Washington, May 8. Five Ken- mm punccteaiety. juvery bottle guar Lee AV. Pherson, Marshall. patents hero today. Majestic Steamboat Company of Venus de Milo than .any other wotucklans obtained nieea. wc ana ?i m bottles Nom Edd Cooper. Chairman. de-- ( Qulncy, genuine without the likeness and sign and was valued at between man he lias seen, And the prfnee Tho Kentucky inventors and tho AV. H Blackburn, Clerk. tar of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by ought (o 'kuow for he is a noted SJESWlccs for which they received pateuts?75,000 and $100,000. Stilll n. e. d ble learning to sing? GROCERY WILL RECEIVE MARKET NEWS BY 1UDIO Officer (inspecting a negro out- post on duty) Now, Johnson, suppose a squad of Germans were seen to emerge from that clump of bushes and advance upon this post. What wouja you do? Johnson Sah, Ahd snap to attention and form" a line. Officer Form a line? One man form a line? ji Johnson Yas suh; Ahd form a bee-lin- e for camp, suh. R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto Martin. Clerk Guy nanney. Sheriff G--; A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT Jonvenes first Monday In each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Mon day in January; first Tuesday in April and October, R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-tow- month: Judge , ' I fA1W111 smn a ue rSfc Serentj.firoresisconlin. uoususe is tha best testican offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the Ittde ones healthy and happy. monial FKET'S VESMIfUCE 30cbott!etjrouidrursW,or Vcncral tote; or il your dealer can'i uppljrou.teodhitnama aad 30c in atarapa and we'll send you a bunle promptly. m OUR GERMINAL REMEDY ! .' Km1 i FORONE MONTH ruu-Jow- IV t e" th USE LI V-VER-- LAX Children Cry OASTOR A I) For Lazy Liver 2nd ihe Troubles Constipation. ox . 1BQB-1IA1RE- s " ax Mason.Treasurer. tl I. . Tn.r.Tim, . Hrj p9 . t,'i a II Tvyv --- -- f- - .FARMDEPARTMENT. Mown Used To follow Poultry IIoihch. Jlodei poultry houses on courthouse squares Is a now means of demonstrating Infprovcd poultry practices. Those houses are- - built according to liluo prints furnlslied by extension workers employed Cooperatively by th'ti United Stntes Department of Agilculturo and the AgricuCollege of ltural nnd Mechanical Texas. They nro designed to bo Idtal Tor farm use, nnd nro furnished" with lho proper equipment. The houses jiro built economically so that farmers may copy them, and aro located on courthousq squares where county farm demonstration agents usually liavo their offices nnd many farmers come every Saturday. Tho story of the Franklin County house Is typical of others. The agent constructed tho house- nnd equipped hopper and drinkU with ing fountain. Ho Blocked It with eight htna selected on the basis of of Tho"" chamber the money, and commerce) furnished material. a lumber company gave thefrom each It waS cay to get a hen breeders- - undof four barred-roc- k of four white- leghorn one- from each contest, breeders for nn much attention- - Af-4which attracted the hens had become, accustomed io their new homo a rtcoril of tho egg laid by each breed and tho each moitnt of food consumed was kept and reported In tho anonth local papjrs. Hundreds of persons visited the to.stu-d- y "house last year. Some came house, others tho drinking the hopper, as h fountain and as to see the hens. , The house well has been a great factor In determining the plans for poultry houses all over tho county. One of the model poultry houses locattd on courthouso lawns Is to remain until it Is awarded to tho best poultry club member tills fall. Kovr--dry-mash egg-Iaylcr dry-mas- exploded somo old notions about tho vnluo of cultivation of broadcast stands. It has been found that harrowing a field of alfalfa ordinarily does not Increase the yield; neither does It prolong tho Ilfo of fio stand to nny noticeable extent. Tile modi-fle- d spring-toot- h harrow does not Injuro the plants, but the disk often kills many and reduces tho stand. Some sort of cultivation appears advisable In Irrigated regions where tho water carries a great deal of silt or where tho soil has been compacted by tho tramping of cattle pastured on tho alfalfa. The department believes there Is usually little to bo gained by cultivating broadcast fields When tho stand Is good. If weeds nnd grass work In and reduce the stand It Is better to plow up a field and put in another crop for a year or two. It Is hard to thicken a thin stand by cultivating It and sowing more seed; In fact, It is a waste of time, tho Department believes. IViIfrnl Aid Strengthcni'il State Hlgh-Wn- Jackson, she won second prlzo. All Nonlo'u club activities must be crrlod on either beforo 0 la tho morning or niter 6 at night. This means caring for her garden, doing her canning, caring" for her poultry nnd ctiJf when tho averaga girl of IS would consider herself entitled- to a little recreation. ' While the Department of Agriculture do is not want to encourago club members to carry on their work under difficulties Blmllar to those encountered by this Mississippi girl, It Is Interesting to note that club work rouses ambition which often enables girls and boys to accomplish what is scemlnly Impossible. - WWwwW WWW WW WWl ' J GALLON US are prepared to furnish you mdst anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we -- Broody Hens Now Weighty Drag On Poultry Profit, y Department. Federal aid has done a great deal mora for the country than simply to provldo fund for road construction, according to the Bureau of Public Itoads of the United Sta'Ji Deput-mo- nt of Agriculture. , One of the results has been most Its Influence In placing tho greater part of tho highway work of the country In tho hands of experienced engineers of State highway departments. In 1915, prior to tho Federal-al- J act, 70 per cent of the road work was done by agencies other than Stat3 highway departments, most of It by county officials. Such a system was Overhead bound to bo wasteful. costs were high, engineers were not always employed, systems to servo thQ best Interests of tho State- as a not developed, and tho whole opportunities for corruption were - greater. With tho passage of th9 Federal-ai- d act of 191G and the Insistence of the Better Practice Delaying tho cutting of alfalfa un- Government upon'the, construction of roads under the supertil it Is nearly In full bloom has been Federal-ai- d , round a better practice than mowing vision of State departments, existing were enit soon after blooming starts Trials Stnto highway departments by tho United States Depart- larged and strengthened, and In 17 made ment of Agriculture and State experi- States adequate- departments ihavo ment stations Indicate that tho yields been created, where thore had been are larger over a period of years, and nono or the existing one was not ' that the life of the stand Is prolong- 'properly equipped to perform necesed by" delaying "harvesting until tho sary functions. With adequate departments the plants nro nearly In full bloom. plants are work has been shifted to their conHay mado when tho nearly In full bloom possibly Is not trol, until at the present time they CO per cent of flulte so palntablebut this Is offset supervise more than gain In qunntlty of hay. The the road work.' This assures to tho Ijy the engineers ilelds tTint were cut prior to or at taxpayer the services of centralized Mm bPclnnlntr of blooming showed 'trained In road work, a .. .. ..!!.). tnw 4t.a nrnanill. r .. n tendency to die out sooner. Cutting autnoniy ruaiuiiu ,ui i plan crop late in the fall so mat not turo of funds, and a a protection of development an financing. enough growth was left for in the winter also had inucn to uu with thinning stands. Tho depart- Ilmody Hen Now Weighty Drag On Poultry Profits. ment recommends that alfalfa be givS en time to rcacha helgltrof 6 to all tho telephones in use In the If Inches beforo cold weather shuts off United States today were placed side the say flow'. by side they would! reach from New In the past tho growing of alfalfa York to Kansas City. Placed one on In rows In dry regions has been re- top of tho other, these Instruments, It evicommended, but experimental of the more commonly used desk dence gathered by tho department In tpe, would tower to a height greatthe last few years shows that with er than 17.G00 Wolsworth Buildings. tho exception of a few rare varieties After usli g tho telephimo an av the seed of which sells for a high cage o: nvrn times enjh day for price, this method la" seldom practi- to the conclusloa that an operator courtesy n cal. Where tho rainfall Is not suf- treated with ficient to grow alfalfa In broadcast will pay us back In kind with 100 per stands It can not usually no grown cent "Interest" on tho trifling profitably In row,s. A slightly larger Gazette, March 14, but not- Green Bay,' Wis. yield may bo produced, - Jjitcr Cutting or Alfalfa Found to lie I ed seml-Ruma- ss - S & ,i, -- " (1 r, enough to pay for the added expense, Also tho hay harvested on this culPine Xecdlb Baskets Btlng Good tivated ground is apt to be dirty and ' to Club Girl. it Is hard to cut and load. How to use spare time profitably Accumulating experlcnco also has might be hold by a young Mlsslssjp-- pl club girl, Nonl& Talbert, whose homo is somo ' 6 ihlles from tho'town HAIUUSOX SHEPARD i of Meridian. Besides belqnglng to a canning cfub, a poultry club, and a dairy club, all at tho same time, Monlo earns money to pay for her own clothes, books, and high-schotuition, altho she leaves home before G In the morning to attend school ami returns after 6 at night. She Is JC. and tho eldest of seven children. Her mother and tho older children do" farm work, whlla tho Father works In tho shops at Meri dian. Three years ago, about the tlmd'Nonle first went Into club work, she also started going to high school In Meridian. She .has 'to go to and HOW'S YOUR HEALTH ? from, town with her father every day. demonstration agent The . Harrison Shepard Tells You How suggested homo tho time Nonjo "had to that to Improve It wait' before ahd.jafter school might Elgin, Tcnn "I can say that Dr. bo sent In tho extension office In the Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and courthouse. For the past throe years tho Pleasant Pellets have been lho means of restoring mv health. 1 was weak and Nonlo has boon doing this. She stu bad such headaches, and my dies her lessons first then puts her kidneys wcro out of order. It wa3 a mis- spare time to gopd use making ery for mo to walk around. I began takbaskets an art learned at the ing tho 'Golden Medical Discovery' and tho 'Pleasant Pellets' and they put mo on State short course In 1919, During tho road to good health right away. I the past nine month's Nonlo has mnda want to speak a good word for Dr. and sold $32 worth of baskets. At Pierco's rancdiea to all sufferers.- -; she won first and Harrison Shepard, It. l- D. 1, Box 18. tho Meridian fair Start right by obtaining this 'Discov- second "prizes ou her basket exhibit. ery1 at once from your neighborhood At the Jackson Stato fair she won drugast n tablets or liquid, or write to noAnil nrlvn ntwl nl tha nrt axhllilr. I Hotel in HufJalo. """" Br. Pierco's Invalid' of the Stato federated clubs held In N. ., for ireo .medical .advice. io WKkn 'run-dow- n, plne-need- lo - T " Lexington, Ky., May 8; With egg prices lower than they have been, at any time this season and feed prices slowly but steadily climbing from tha low level reached last summer, high egg production Is Important In obtainto ing poultry profits, according poultrymen at the College of AgriculUnless they are promptly ture. broken up and returned to the laying flock, thousands of hens that become broody at this season of the .year can seriously reduce thepossl-bllttfc- s of obtaining profits, the poultrymen say. Hens that begin to show signs of broodlness should bo confined In cops Immediately and given proper caro and feed In order that they may start laying as soon ns possible. It Is best to give the birds the same grain feed that is being fed to tho laying hens, and plenty of milk or a dry mash composed- of equal parts by weight of bran, shorts, ground oats, corn meal and takage. If such hens aro "placed In the broody coop the day they lay their last egg instead of being allowed to stay on the nest several days after they have stopped laying, the breaking up process will bo hastened. For every day that tho hens are allowed to remain on the nest after they have stoppd Uaylng before they aro conINCORPORATED fined, It usually takes about three extra days to bring them back to laying. A cool place, preferably under a tree In hot weather, is a good place for tho broody coop. Although all broody "hens aro 'not s, tho hen that loafers or persists In becoming broody usually will lay few eggs, tho poultrynun sy Attempts should, be made to foreign-bor- n whites in 1920 over report PRELATES ARE OX Identify this type of hen and send bird count will be sent, with TRIAli IN RUSSIA, years old was 13,498,000. upon application blands. to anyone, her to the market, they say. I; to tho Bureau of BlologlcaT Survey. be Moscow, Mya 6. Tho trial before Over Officials hope that counts will Farm and Homo News From continued' on all lands where they the supreme revolutionary tribunal Kentucky. neighbors have been previously made. It Is of the Most Rev. Dr. Tikhon, pntriach In order to show their especially desired to obtain series of p Nlkan--de- i, the value of corn and soybeans grown counts Indicating bird llfo on the of all Russia, and 18 Meade together and hogged off, accused of opposing the whd are in the Southcounty farmers will cooperate with Plains, the deserts, and requisitioning by the Soviet of church ' ern and Western State. -j the College of Agriculture extension The height of the breeding season treasures for the relief of the faminedivision and County Agent B. B. stricken, continued today. The trial be xchosen for this work. In in conducting demonstrations should . of Washington, D. C. constitutes a picture of a clash of along this line during the comtfig the latitude ages old tradition with the revolu- -' this comes about May 30. Near Bos' summer. south tionarr spirit of today. This act of "After the birth of m Presentation, of merit certificates ton it is about a week later, and Is beof Washington it is earlier. In any the drama In Russian history baby I had a back-set- ," to 124 Madison county boys and girls locality the count should ba made ing played In a. tribunal which lookswrites Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, In recognition of their project work auas soon as the birds are welfsettled like a theater, and the actors and conducted during the past year re of Glade Spring, ' dlence seem as theatrical as real. ,a t,nt nnt nn .t.i- - -cently marked the close of a success Va. "I was very ill; Today the state prosecutor ddress- end of the migration seaful year of Junior agricultural club til after the thought I was going to ed the patriarch, to whom millions county, according to son. What Is wanted Is to learn how ' make obeisance, as "Citizen Balalvln," ) work In that many' pairs of birds actually nest die. 1 was so weak I County Ascent R. F. Spence. The asking what was his business and( couldn't raise my head to fea within the selected areas. Birds that whom he ruled, nresentatlon of the certificates only for feeding pur- get a drink of water. I tured tir program of "Achievement visit the area he counted. The best "I rule the faithful of Russia and Day" held in honor of the club mem poses must not took.. . . medicine, yet V churches, and therefore - to make tho count Is early In also the bers who had successfully completed timedidn't get any belter, 1 can not bo the morning when male birds are church propjrty which their Projects. by anyone but God," calmly was Constipated and very usually in full song, and each may ( taken The first purebred Hereford with safely be taken to represent a breed- - replied Dr. Tikhon. weak, getting worse and a pedlgree to bej brought Into Leslie Asked whether he was aware by apJ ' tract wOrse.TsentforCardu!." to Ing pair. A 40 to county has arrived, according av- - pealing tp the faithful to sacrifice County Agent T. L. Brltton, John should bo selected, representing grage farm conditions without an un- - only certain property he was exciting Hamilton, Earlier, Is the owner, TAKE 'due amount of woodland or orchard. demasses against the government and . Crittenden county farmers aro conmaking himself responsible tinuing to find cooperative shipping Information Is desired1 In detail as to therefore for possible bloodshed, the patriarch of marketing the character ot the land surveyed. a profitable mothod I Ag The bureau hopes that many persons answered: their poultry according to County Interested In bird life will make one ' "This, is not my business. I am ent, J. It. Spencer. They recently only following the canonical laws and added another car to the number al or more counts this seasoti. J protecting the rights God gave nie to : ready shipped this season. r protect." Forty-sove- n orchards being con Tlfimhiripd that millions nt fnminn- by their. ducted as demonstrations stricken we're dopendont on the Issue, owners' who are cooperating with the Dr. Tikhon replied that. this was not For Infants and Children College of Agriculture extension dlvL-his business, but the business of the lon and County Agent Robert H. In Use For Over Years government. "I found after one botFord are attracting consiuerable at Always bears i i tle of Cardui I was Imtention among McLean county farmw the I Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, proving," adds Mrs. ers who are Interested la Improving Signature of collar and harness galls heal up their orchards and Increasing their Crosswhite. "Six botquickly when Ballard's iSnow Linifruit leld, It 13 reported. I tles of Cardui and Ethel You can't Judgo a man by ment is applied. It is both heating was cured, yes, I can saj Price 30c, GOc and and antiseptic. way he dresses. Bird l.oer.s Asked T Aid In Bird tho they were a God-sen- d Mary Oh, I don't know! I can $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Counto Count This SpriiiK. j m a ty Drug Company. a gentleman by his get-u- p la me. I believe I would work of the' Bio toll Tho ' j have died, had it not been logical Survey of tho United States crowded car! Judge. A man overtaking two friends Department of Agriculture, which for Cardui." Cardui has ,l?ard 1,is own namo JHfntlonid and Once an' old n'egro visited a doctor was sarlously decreased during the been found beneficial in asKeu wnat it was iney were saying porlod of tho war, Is now being taken and was given definite Instructions as of him. "Well," answered one, "to many thousands of other he- should do. Shaking his up more energetically, with, the aid to what,, cases of womanly trouhe.ul he' was about to leave tho- of- tell the truth, we were disputing as of many voluntary observers, Any Insaid, "Here, to whether you are a fooVor a rogue." bles. If you feel the need terested persons who are familiar fice, when the doctor pay Taking nn arm of each he said: "I Rastus, you forgot to me." of a good, strengthenwith the birds of their respective lothink I can best settle that I am "Pay you for what, boss?" calities can contribute data, in coning tonic, why not try "For my adv!c,o," replied tho doc- - something botween lho two." nection vwlth this survey, which will ! Cardui? It may, bo lust ....... extend over a number of'yeara. Tho " ..XT ! ..... .... . am gwino l. Mni)V I.'Ytltli'MVI.MKl ....!i what you need. sum ter i information which this study will fur- takoiiw, SPEAK ENGLISH It," and Rastus shuffled out. nish concerns not only the total' bird I AH population of the United States but It Is encouraging to note that while "Huh! Yuh talks 'bout sasslety like In 1910 almiist 23 per cent of the y also Its fluctuations from year to year, and the effect of tle present yuh knows so much 'bout It. Nlggah, forolgnborn white population of UiolJ, State and Federal Jaws on the In- i uoi uey, uon- - euon navo evenin- - country over 10 years oiu count noti I Bpeak crease of 'gamo and. Insectivorous drosses whah yuh como frum." English, according to the-- last "Zat so? Dey's doin well to hnvo census the proportion has decreased birds. to 11 per cent. The total number df Instructions for properly making a eyenln's wjjah yuh come frum." For Letter Hegxls, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac., IIT STOCK. - If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try arr"ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY non-layer- 10-- Arch-bisho- rIAH Very Weak .- Mc-Tnts- er . o.-- - 80-ac- re - J CASTOR rA 30 I CM TheWoraans onic v $tfk ! -- ... bird-counti- - ..U. tt i.i . i- iJA1,ttt.JKkJi WASHINGTON COMMENT "The meanest man" story Is (or- aver bolng retold In tho dnll press. at tho moment, Is In- lln?.! In rward tho palm to thoseo respon8lblo for tho threatened "pick- ttlng" of the. Whlto House by tho and children of political prts- 'oners, with tho avowed end artd aim fit forcing President Harding to ex- tend pardons to theso offenders. "Wlthout discussing tho question 0f the rights and wrongs of tho son- Supreme in design, in material and hnvorkmanship, glveu the ono hundred nnd the finest phonograph produced today. fourteen men who nro now In Jnll In OliATO.y. thlt, country for political offenses, Supreme in tone, and that is the one biggest thing Mr, and Mrs. H. 0. Daniel woro In It can be noted that the law Is tho that really counts with any phonograph. - Monday, law. Generation of experience have HartfordMr; E. D. Dugglns has accepted a The Pathe system of sound reproduction is scientifiproved that tho way to eliminate a Is to enforco it, and that a position ns traveling ngent for the bad law cally correct. In addition to all the good features of Mahogany, 2 Sapphire law unenforced is worse than no law. Singer Sowing Machine Co. ordinary phonographs the Pathe Phonograph has many Miss Cllffle Cooksey went to Salem and 10 Records Theso offenders wore jailed after Sunday. Mahogany, 2 Sapphire Needexclusive features, including the pure tone chamber due trial for proved offenses against FREE Miss Hattlo May visited fricnd3 In ' les and 10 Records existinglaws. and the famous Pathe Sapphire Ball. Monday, Knoy Terms Uranch sit may well bo tha; pardons may Horse nnd Mrs. Sunday and and C. D. FREE RayCook, Don't be content with half phonograph, get the Mr. be given some or all of Jhom. But If Knty Terms Lyons nnd children were nmong tho such a course Is pursued, It will bo complete phonograph the one that plays all makes of because, In tho Judgment of tho Do- - many vho attonded church at Calem records, and plays them perfectly! artment of Justice, tho ends of Jus- - Sunday. Mr. J.,W. Myers and family were Compare our prices and terms smajl amount down tlce. will thus bo best servod, and not We because propagandises utjo women guests of Mr. Myer.s' people, In Falr- We carry ,a largo line of and balance in easy monthly payments with those of chine. have no cut of this maFinished In mahogany, and children In an attempt to play up- -, view neighborhood, Sunday '' Pathe Sapphire Needle Records, any dealer anywhere. Louis XV Model, all erposod Mr. John Stone and W. E., Allen on the sympathies of tho publlc.Hard-- j also tho ACTUELLE Steel 2 Sapmetal parts ly the murderer, tho absconder, the were at Salera Sunday. Needle Record. We get the phire Needles; 5 Record Albums Wilcox filled his regular np- Ilev. the bandit, robber, the new releases every month, and 10 Records FREE wha cannot find some woman to polntment at this place Sunday, Price Chrlsta Druner visited Mrs. Miss ween, and some child to cry after Him ; but they aro no reasons why Dr. Dean, at Horse Branch, last week, Mrs. Fred Faught and daughter, he should not suffer that society be Kasy Tonus of- Beaver Dam, were In town Mon- jrotected. very day. The President has Indicated Mr. Bert Bowers, of Owensboro, plainly that he Is not to bo moved ly spectacular means of this kind; who has been working this territory that every case must be decided upon for the Singer Sewing Machfno Co its merits. He has tho support of for tho last 2 weeks, left for Roslne g citizens Jn his Monday night. all a car of Mr. I. V. Oiler loaded atnnd. Meanwhile, Washington Nuxated Iron Syrup Pepsin ...COc and $1.20 $1.10 Ncet . . . , G0c as' likely candidates for the hickory spokes here, last week. Suro Kill Rat Paste 25c Nyal Tonic One bottle Yeast Vitamin 1.15 Mr. Fred Mitchell and family of Do Miracle "meanest mien" crowns those Indivi$1.20 . Rat Ulsklt 25c '. . . 33u Tablets FREE with every botFreezons ". Arsenate of Lead, 1 lb. . k35c T. duals who organize and use helpless Horton, vUltcd Mr. Mitchell's mother Rat Snap tle of Nuxated Iron. Nyal Corn Remover 25c Arsenate of Lead y, lb... .20c for the SundayT ehlldren,' and their child-lov- e O'Ccdar Polish . . .30c and 60c S. S. S Tiz $1.10 and $1.90 Mrs. W. E. Allen and Mrs. Floyd 35c Paris Green 1 lb. fathers in whom they loyally believe, 50c Liquid Veneer ...30c and COc Nyal Foot Bath Tablets ..25c Tanlac 1.10 Paris Green, to embarrass the President and at- Payton went to Narrows Monday. lb Nynl Furniture and Auto 25c Hood's Sarsaparllla Allen's Foot Ease 1.25 Mr. Odlo Cooksey went to Louis35c tempt to force hint to, do for sentiParis Green ,i lb 15c Polish .: 25c and 50c Mum Miles Nervine 1.00 30c Sodium Flourldo 1 lb 40C mental reasons that which his oath ville last week, to work with J. L. Johnson's Prepared Wax ..75c o Wampoles Ext. Cod Liver 35c Slug Shot ef office prevents his doing for any Smith, of this place, who Is buildinc 25c Johnson's Liquid Wax . 500-75- 1 Oil Splro Powder 1.00 25c El Vamplro reason other than to servo the best some houses there. 10c nud-25Johnson's Powdored Wax .7Gc Pcrsplrlne Plant Juice was in Mr. Tt. W. Quisonberry .1.25 25c Peters Dec! Bird . .'. 10c Interests of the country. Ammonia 25c Horse" Branch Tuesday. Mr. O. D. May attended church serIt Is not quite sixty years since (She Emancipation Proclamation was vices at Cedar Grove, Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Cooksey went to signed. Well within the lifetime of many now living the negro race was Davis, Monday. Sold only at our Store. Get the dependable film in the yellow box. Refuse off brands. m practically totally Ignorant, Its Miss Leila Glenn of Hartford, entirely to day labor in the fields, Its ideals represented by a teacher of English In the Central City , place to sleep and something to eat, High School-- will leave this week Harrlsburg, Ark., for a visit with its ambitions nothing beyond crea- for time Doc Plrtle ruled them out of or- Prof, and Mrs. H. E. Brown and Miss had to pay out a dollar and sfx-bij ture comfort. Ider, as he sarcastically called their for the .work. In the Nation's Capital the seventh Gorln Flener. After the close of the . attention to the constitution against anntinl npern race concrress has Just Harrlsburg schools.where Miss Flener Well, we have that annual fishing which no good citizen, or even a teaching, Misses Glenn and Flener We Have Installed a First-Clas- s 'wins to an end. This congress, or-- 's our system and are no.w ( fisherman, should ever bo heard to sanized In September 191G, has for its' w'" return, the former to her home trip out of on skeeterbltes, sunburn complain, main purpose the uplifting of the ' nere anu me latter to tue nome or doctoring d hands, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. and swollen and colored race. Through Its channels in so far as we, the columns of this been spread doctrine and Ideals Flener, near Cromwell, to spend the besides taking a prescription from V. lave S. (meaning plain horss Doctor) for paper, and our readers are concerned lor the Inspiration of tho colored peo- summer. slight to serious disorders of the I. D. Claire might Just as well go ple. Prominent negro educators, Yet, according to expert- - jump Into the sea, hide himself In stomach. lawyers, physcllans and business men Give us a triaL ences ranging over the past 37 or 40 South Africa, or what's worse, se-- Anything for Men, Women and Children. Questions affecting the STRAY STREAKS attended. years we will b ready to repeat be- - l elude himself with A. Cox, the man Place of Business : One door west of Hartford social, economic, civic, intellectual, fore the middle of June. of that famous bear story. Both of (By Fluke McFluke.) and jnoral llfo of the colored race Herald office building, the men mentioned supra are quitters were discussed and a declaration of .principles for the AmcrIcannegro We were not on the job In tho and unreliable when it comes to" regularity in boring some of our read For the destruction of that adopted. Prof. Kelley Miller, of make-u- p of the sheet of last Issue, yet y we don't like C. M. WADK, Proprietor. of all pests, the humbug, we not a few have been so much. d Howard University, chairman of the un- ers prescribe gunpowder with a kind and unthoughtful as to take commission which drafted tho princi- would ples, said that it Is the aim of the leaden projectile In front. some pains to compliment ns on the congress to make them tho alms and general good appearance of the thing. The Office force had been making These special comps have come from ideals of tlie race. TsJt not a wonderful record for less requests and petitions for nlgh-o- n those who absolutely knew wa were than sixty yCSis? is. ft not a gi'eat two years for us. to have the windows absent too. It's a cruefand revengetribute to the means which has rais- cleaned, and growing tired of being ful bunch of warm friends we pos- ed a race, but a fow hundred ysars pestered so much about the matter, removed from African savagory and we had em cleaned the first of this Uut fifty-nin- e from slavery, to a posi- week and now thJy all have to wear fellow has- "When the average green goggles. They don't get much tion In which it can hold a race reached the top rung In the ladder of formulate Ideals, look with sympathy from us either, 'cause we "he thinks he knqws It all," Jf he will only look down ho will discover that the ground Is still mighty near. p, prldo upon several universities, which can muster In Its ranks an educator a President was prouu 10 oiucriain, n poo read by nil tho world, and solid citizens of worth and propertj'7 1 over n country had a rac lem on Its hands, theso United States had It after Appomattox., If over education had a triumph, It Is In the work tho schools have dono In motlng, the welfare of tho negro race, nnd thus tho welfare of all Americans who have found In the negro school, the negro college, the negro unlversl- ty, the means for making those who were slave's and chattels, useful zens. pro-wivcltl-tencf- ls ipi es PATHE Phonographs a. iiiii i nhn Model No. 10 $75 Model No. 12 $100 RECORDS Model No. 17 gold-plntc- train-wreck- Beaver Dam Drug Co, Beaver Dam, Ky. 75c $125 right-thinkin- These are Our Regular Prices on the Following Seasonable Articles: ...... ds ... Odo-ro-n- Genuine Eastman Kodaks and Films ts ed TO THE PUBLIC! fish-finne- Steam PRESSING MACHINE We Clean, Press and Repair HARTFORD PRESSING CLUB all-fire- Wait For The Big Circus The only Big Show Comittg this Year con-cres- s, 3 We Save You s ' A man with much Interest la this llfo Is In position to live in eas?, provided It Is at the rate .of elglj per Campbell - Bailey Hutchinson" ' ' cent per annum, and recelvably theso Bank Cashier. ovrr-partlcul- Combined Circus and Wild West MuseumMenagerie--Hippodrome-Wil- d Animal Arena 2 Herds of Performing Elephants tj ! j Money on I ires MAC TIRE COMPANY 1016 E. 4th St., Wo received a special from Crom- well a day or two ago Stating that Cap Davis, son of Richard Davis, went ffshlng and that he looked Into and "Spied a big tho water tiear-b- y fish, Jumped upon his back, rod? It to shallow water and came out with his prize. Tho scale? carried by the aforesaid fish 'showed that he weighed 12, or maybs it was 112 pounds, we could not exactly mako out which It was as the. wireless was working bad. Royal Tokio Troupe of Japs Dancing Horses " Prettiest Bare-bac- k Riders Trained Wild Beasts Horse Fair 3 Rings Speed Tournaments 200 Horses at '2 and 8 p. m. Athletic Contest Special Train of Cars Doors open one hour earjier. I Owensboro, Kentucky. I Ed Barrass says theso . pleggon molstureless drinks put up In Hud. Welser packages, made to look like they did bcfo.ro tho advent of ono guy Volstead, In wrappers of brilliant colors, with reading matter thereon stating that the contents were mado from the choicest hops, and purest ogralns'ahd guaranteed are a nuisance and an abomination, to say nothing 6f their being vexatious to the spirits while nti n rnlnv flnhtiif? trln. Jnhn Mnnrn was heard to second tho motion for tho fourth or fifth time, but each Mammoth Free Street Parade at Noon Day 2 Performances , WILL EXHIBIT AT ' ' BEAVER DAM ONE DAY ONLY TUESDAY, MAY 16 n & Mlt& B nil .I i,i3i . rancca.s-- . .. mil