You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: May 19, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922051901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: May 19, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I The Hartford Re publican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER 47 Baker, a Bak COUNTY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, people, of this city. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Gasser will 1)" at homo Jo their friends at 1202 Allen FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1922. raCHQT IS VICTOR GNE KILLED, FOUR WOUNDED IN COURT jtliat the aforesaid BUI Is a LOCAL SCHOOL HAS and you llkewlso know GOOD COMMENCEMENT er's dozen consists. of what ed the W'a-- i JUDGES TO IN PENNSYLVANIA street. Was Ally Of Roosevelt; Pepper Wins Nomination For Senate. riillntlelplila, May 17. Owonsboro Messenger. Mrs. Gasser, with her parents, formerly lived near Hnrtford, and has many friends hero. Sho frequently visits her mint, Mrs. Lena Austin, Hartford Route 2. Foi Similar Ktrnt Be Held By School. - - Families Clash In Pineville Court House; Bystander Shot. Bozarth, Slldklff and Ashley form battery for the Springs boys To while Tappan, Baize and Shultz performed for the Juniors. RESIST TAX BOARD Seven Join Move To Test MRS. MAIIV WILLIAMS DIES AT HER HOME AT GOSHEN Pineville, Ky May 17. One man Mrs. Mary Williams, aged 75 years, months, 9 days and widow of the wns killed and four wounded, two of Into William H. Williams, died at them seriously, in tho Court House her "Oiome In tho Goshon vicinity hero today when members of the Ball p. and Colson families of Mlddlcsboro Thursday, May 11, at nine-thirt- y m, after a long illness of diseases In- met In tho office of Circuit Clerk R. cident to old age. At the age of E. Wilson. Riley Ball, 30 years old, was InIn faith sho professed fourteen Baptist church stantly killed, when he was shot bechrlst, united with the ' nnd lived a devoted christian until tween the oyes. Frank Ball, 50, wns shot In the womanhood sho her death. In early wns married to Jnrcd Tlchenor, who head and la not expected to recover. John Hurst, 24, a member of the lived only two years, after their marriage. Later In IRe she was married Colson faction, was wounded In the to Win, H. Williams," nnd to this bdomen and will not survive, accordunion wns bom three daughters, Em- ing to physicians. Clay Colson, 45, was shot In the ma, who died In Infancy, Mrs., Omn Luc, and Mrs. W. N. Blair, of Gosh- shoulder. Fred McDanlel, 40, a spectator, by five on. Sho It nlso survived grandchildren, Wm. and Robert Luce, was wounded In the foot. The Ball nnd Colson families were I'lncliot'a now load was obtained Nelllo, Edward and Donald Blair, in Pineville for tho arraignment of entirely from districts outside Phila- one sister, Mrs. Sallle Maddox. Funeral services were conducted Clay Colson for the murder of Ira delphia and Allegheny County, In months ago In Middles-borwhich Pittsburg is located. The vote from Goshon church tho 12th, by Rev. Ball scvf-rawhich had been set for today. In Albert Maddox. burial occurred In tho outside districts as unofficialNo one was present when they met the church cemetery. ly reported was: at 10:15 o'clock, and U was not deAlter. 1S6.008. termined who fired the first shot, or 317,615. I'lnchot, HARDING ENJOYS In adunder what circumstances. Alter carried Philadelphia by 83,-0- 4 MASONIC RITES dition to the shooting in the Clerk's S, mid In Allegheny County, with office,, there was a skirmish on the a few districts still missing, he had McDanlel a lead of 43,794. niul 12(1 Represent first floor. Hurst and Willi 21 Senators were shot there. The others were tntlwi, Chief Executive Tho complete unofficial vote had shot In the Clerk's office. of the Sees Shrine. been received from thlrty-sl- x Immediately after the shooting sixty-seve- n counties In the state. Washington, May 18. Capital News George Colson was arrested and plac Many of tho missing districts are does ed In Jail, but no charge was placed President Harding located in Central and Western min- Service). ing regions which can not readily lie not believe merely In belonging to against him. Floyd, Alda and Tim Clearfield tho Masonic Fraternity, ho likes to Ball, with their families, were takwith. communicated County, In the soft conl region, wns attend Its motlngs. At a ceremonial en to Mlddlesboro under police guard. were still short soventjvsix districts and In staged In the Nation's Capital recent Warrants for all of the parties County, bordering-th- ly tho President, with 21 Senators to be taken out this afternoon. Northumberland Judge J. G. Forester ordered Sheranthracite territory, sixty dis- and 126 Representatives, attended a sufnot been heard from. In meeting of Almas Temple, Ancient iff Martin Green to swear In tricts had ficient deputies to keep order, and tho case of Northumberland County Arabic Order, Nobles of the Mystic gave similar and some other districts the ballot Shrine of North America. This was Major L. L. McDonald Instructions to Chief of Police Rob boxes have been sealed and the re- by no means the distinguished Mawith turns can not bo had until the offl-cl- al son's first visit to a ceremonial of erts. Order had been restoreddid not in an hour and the officials canvass Is started Friday. this kind. expect more trouble during the day. Organization So many Presidents have been Ma leaders who had There had been considerable feelPlnchot's sons, starting with George Washing conceded backed Alter when un- ton, who was not only a Mason, but ing between members of the families nomination this afternoon official returns showd Alter's ma- master of his lodge, that there is since the killing of Ira Ball. In November, shortly before his jority steadily decreasing. Earlier nothing novel In tho Chief Magistrate own tragic death, Ira Ball had killed In tho day W. Harry Baker,. secretary of the Republican State Commit- officially p claiming his allegiance Doyle Colson. a Stateemploye. tee, said that Alter was not defeated, with an order which promulgates the were received universal brotherhood of man, but SIR. AND MRS. C. SMITH but as further returns ENTERTAIN AT DINNER from Allegheny County, the homo of not all Presidents who havo been Maattorney general, and they fail- sons hav& given the time to it which the Sirs. Charlie Smith, County Alms ed to show Increased majorities the President Harding does. victory to the men who know Commissioner and Sir. Smith entersecretary conceded the Those millions of fighting PInchot. from personal experience of the prin- tained the members of the Fiscal George ciples and practices of Masonry find Court and other County Officials at United States Senntor "Wharton Peppar, candidate for the In President Harding's encourage dinner, at the County farm Slondny. Those present to enjoy the hosunexpired term of tho lato Senator ment and attendance renewed faith Penrose, wns nominated by a large and belief in the helpfulness of broth- pitality of tho Smiths and the bounmajority over Congrossman-at-Iarg- e erhood as a force for peace, patriot teous repast were: County Judge and Sirs. R. R. Wed"William J. Burke, unofficial returns ism and education. ding, County Attorney Otto C. Slartln, out of tho 7.934 from 6,236 districts SI. WOODWARD SEVERS County Clerk Guy Ranney, Road Engiving him n majority of more than CONNECTION WITH L. & X. gineer Dennis Ashley and Slaglstrates 211.000. Sam Holbrook, Q. B. Brown, W. C. that After Mr. Pinchot learned Hon. E. SI. Woodward has resigned Knott, Slack Slartln, J. R. Slurphy regular Republican leaders had conas general counsel with and J. Walter Taylor. ceded his nomfuntlon, ho gave out a his position tho L. & N. Railroad Company to enstatement, saying "that with no FREED OF CHARGE satisfy, no enemies to pun- gage In tho general practjeo of law in grudges to according to an ish, and with the support of a united Louisville, where, Dallas Wright of upper East approach the great nouncement, he has formod a part varty," lie would Benjamlne D. Warfleld, Hartford, who was in County Court, task ahead with "confldenco that it nership with name of Woodward & charged with taking and converting can and will be carried thru to tho under the firm Sir. R. P. Hobson will bo property of another to his own use Warfleld. credit of the. Republican party and with tho firm. Sir. War-fiel- d, and benefit, was acquitted, in a trial tho advantage of all tho people of associated In association with Sir. Wood- of the charge held Wednesday. Pennsylvania." ward, will continue, as heretofore, as Governor Sproul said: Kentucky for tho PICKING BERRIES "Mr. Plnchot's victory Is a great district attorney for personal triumph," when Informed L. & N, R. R. Company. Sirs. Delia Bratchor, Sirs. Emma that Secretary Baker had conceded SIRS. BELLE COOPER ENTERtho nomination. CLUB Casteel, SUss Versla Nowcomb and TAINS LADIES SOCIAL "I havo sent my congratulations to brother, Ernost C. of the Washington said, governor went to Portland, Mr. Pinchot," tho Sirs. Belle Cooper entertained the country recently "and I shall bo glad to assist him In Ladles' Social club at her home on Tenn., to pick strawberries during every way In his campaign against Union Street, Wednesday afternoon, the season. the Democrats as well as In tho big at 2:30 o'clock. A number of games problems ho will havo to meet In his of progrcsslvo rook was played and RADIO ENTERTAINSreNT TO BE GIVEN HARTFORD administration. delightful refreshments wero served. ' Besides the club members, the Invited According to plans now formed, BEAN GASSER cuests wero: Slesdamos W. O. Over- hults, Cedar Edge, Col., Henry Leach, Hartford and vicinity is to bo favored Slat-ty- e with It's first radio, entertainment on Miss Bemyco Bean and Mr. Law- R. E. Leo Slmmorman, and SIlss the evenings of Slay 22, 23 and 24th., 2 Sandofur, city. rence D. dasser were married at at tho Star Theatre. The Theatre Thursday afternoon at Princeo'clock management nnd the Citizens Bank ton, Ind., Rev. Clarence Flynn .pas- SIATUUAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED are giving this series of entertainMethodist church of tor of tho First ments Jointly and no admission fee of that city, officiating. Sim S. Helm, Narrows, R. F. D.2 to .nysort will be charged or collected. Is a daughter of Mr. Mrs. Gasser F. R. E. Bowlds, Narrows, R. F. D.2. At the present date, announcement and Mrs. J. A. Bean. The groom Is J, SI. Geary, Echols, to Eva Hol- - of the programs could not be made, V. Gasser, and Is conn son of Sirs. J. InnH PVhnla but assurances of service from Chi- HMU, nected with the advertising departJohn Ryan, Roslne, to Slartha E. cago and perhaps other points have Stessenger Publishing ment of the I been given the local people. Both are popular young James, Roslne. company. Returns from nil hut 246 districts In the stnte In yesterday's primary gave GIfford I'lncliot'a lend ovor Attorney General Goorgo E. Alter for the Republican gubernatorial nomination of 7,639 Tho voto from the 7.50S districts heard from was: 1'lnchot, 495,4'42; Alter. 487,803. Philadelphia, May 17. GIfford 1'lnchot, former state forostir, had Increased his lead over Attorney General Goorgo E. Alter In tho fight for tho Republican nomination for governor tonight to 4,765 on unofficial returns of yesterday's primary. With only 019 districts out of a total of 7,934 to ho heard from, the vote was: Alter, 4S3.771; I'lnchot, 4SS,-539. 9 l o, ..-- -. The Rlverslders will play SIor- Authority of State The . and Rockport at annual com- gantown Commission. mencement exercises of the Hartford this place Sunday afternoon. graded and high school, formerly Beaver Dam lost a hotly contest Hartford college, wero brought to a Lexington, Ky., Slay 17. At a close Wednesday night at the Sletho-dl- st ed game to Rockport Sunday on the latter's diamond. The score was 7 meeting of county Judges of seven church. Bluegrass counties hero today in the The exercises were ushered In last to 8. The Beavers' battery was comand Dossett, office of County Judge E. H. Doak, Saturday evening at the school posed of Westerfleld building by a reception given by the whllo the Rockport battery wa9 from of Fayette County, the Fiscal Court faculty n honor of the Senior Class, Slartwlck, whoso names wo could not heads pregent voted to "resist tho arbitrary action of tho State Tax .which was well attended and enjoy obtain. Commission' in ordering county by all. ed Beaver Dam will make a pilgri- Judges to reconvene their county On Sunday morning at the Sletho-dl- st Church, Dr. Charles S. Gardner mage to Leltchfleld Sunday where boards of tax supsrvlsors and to Increase valuation as fixed by tho of Louisville, delivered the baccau-laurea- they will cross sticks with the team boards. text was: of that place. sermon. Ills " The county Judges present, thru a "What Shall I do with Christ." His FISCAL COURT SU3ETS written statement given out after the was made particularly applitheme meeting, announced that they had cable to the lives of the graduating The Ohio County Fiscal Court with ''combined for thd purpose of taking class and In fact to tho entire which packed the largo au- County Judge R. R. Wedding presid- appropriate action to test the authorditorium o capacity and his discus- ing, and the following Justices pres- ity of the State Tar Commission." Those who Joined in this action the ent: G. S. Holbrook, W. C. Knott, Q. reflected sion of the subject B. Brown, J. Walter Taylor, Slack were County Judges E. H. Doak, of thought of the scholar that he Is. As a special number, graduation Slartln and J. R. Slurphy wns in ses- Fayette; J. D. Goodloe, of Sladlson; exercises were held for and by the sion Slonday and Tuesday forenoon J. B. Ward, of Scott: R. S. Scobee. eighth, grade students on Slonday lot the present week. Guy Ranney, of Clark; E. T. Pollard, of Shelby; O. night. The Play "Slay I go Homo County Clerk did the clerical work. SI. Treadway, of Garrard, and SI. C. Teacher," was delightfully presented Otto C. Slartln, County Attorney, Sllnor of Boyle. Judgo Doak was selected to preIn addition to enjoyable musical num- was also present. t, In addition to taking steps to pro- side and County Attorney J. P. bers, at the conclusion of which diof Sladlson County, acted as by Sliss Slarks cure funds with which to meet payplomas were presented ments due on account of Improvement secretary of the meeting. the superintendent. "The Interests of the public genState aid The Class Day program was ren- of the Hartford-Owensbodered on tho campus Tuesday after- highway the Court passed upon quite erally demand," said thostatement, "that steps be take nto curb, If posnoon and was sparkling and enter- a number of minor claims. sible, the Increasing and arbitrary taining from first to last, and was Increases levied by the State- - Tax as follows: Salutatory by the PresiPUPILS Judge Doak was seCommission." Experiment FIFTY-SI- X dent, Herbert Porter; Number 9, J. Barbour Williams; HisTAKE EXAMINATION lected as a committee of one to take proper steps toward the institution tory, Helen Barnett; Grumbler, Slyr-tl- e of legal action against the tax comCarter; Humorist, Slarlon Hill; In tho examinations held for com- mission. A meeting of the county Glftorian. Gola Bennett; Prophecy, Sallyo Laura Williams; Poet, Gene- mon school graduates in Fordsvllle, attorneys of counties which thus far Caricatures, DeFrosla Beaver Dam and Hartford.Frlday and have been unable to reach, thru their va Travis; pupll3 boards the tax totals ordered by tho Will, Bessie. Clark; Vale- Saturday of last week, fifty-si- x Rone dictory, Lorene Westerfleld; Songs, presented themselves for the ordeal. commission, was called for Slonday Sirs. Ollia Duff was in charge at afternoon at 2 o'clock in Lexington. (written by DeFrosla Rone) Class. On. Tuesday night the play, "Bor- Fordsvllle, Prof. Ozna Shults at Bea- - This meeting will investigate the leer Dam and Superintendent Sirs. I. S. gal situation and determine the rowed Sloney" was given by the Ju niors In a creditable manner and Slason at Hartford. Following is the course to be pursued and, If necessary much enjoyed by one of the largest list of those who took the examina will employ special legal counsel. Fifteen more counties, It was said, audiences ever attending a like en- tion at the different points: will be asked to Join In the action. Hartford tertainment at the school building. Clifton Black, Ida Slarle Bennett, The closing number, and of course LOUISVILLE SIARKETS. the most Imnortnnt to the Senior Stanley Sillier, Essie Turner Beulah Class, above mentioned, were the Lee Slinton, Alvera Stevens, Leland Cattle Slarket ruled slow and un- -, graduating exercises held at the Emerson Carson, Edwin Shaver, EliSlethodlst church Wednesday even zabeth Scott, Slary Louise Tappan, even on most classes of stock, with ing where and when each member Ania Jones, William Coleman Brown, demand limited. Best light butchers thereof was presented a diploma, cer Ernie Brown, Ruth Stalsworth, Slar- - In fair demand; medium and inferior tifying to their attainment of that vln Durbin, Alvin Cole, Joseph Slea- - kinds slow t Slonday's severe dedegree of learning In the School's dows, Alma Trogdon, Norlne Slad-do- cline. Undertone slow in the heavy steer division, with fow prime ripe Glenn Tate. curriculum as to warrant their diskinds offered. Milk cow trade slow Fordsvllle. therefrom, an honor of good missal Louise Kirk, Slary Duncan, Slary and uneven. Strictly good stockers ly value, Westerfleld, and feeders found a fairly good outSluslc was furnished by tho local D. Slarlowe, Clifford orchestra with Prof. Schubert, at the Kenneth Ford, Aleen Elizabeth por- let, but medium, and common light ter, Beulah Roberts, Slaxlne Elliot stockers neglected and hard tp dispiano. of Hosklns, Slarlah Bell Roberts, Flora pose of at extremely low prices." Tho Rev. Dr. R. B. Grider Louisville, who is quite well known Slorree Wells, Louanna Sillier, Cle-m- a "Quotations: Prime heavy steers Evans, Coy E. Clark, Lee Evans, $7.50 8.15 ;heavy shipping steers here, delivered the address upon this ; occasion and to say that It was ap James Crowe, Clarence 0. Brown, $7.25 7.75; medium to good Slargaret Rogers, Clydla Clark. propriate, masterful, heifers $68.40; fat Beaver Dam. 'cows $5.5006; medium to good $4 and received Is but stating a truth Jesse R. Barnes, Lillian Buck.Tom-ml- e 05.50; cutters canners $2.50 mildly. SIlss Slarks, principle of the tho Elsie Phelps, Thelma Amos, Doschool, read a list containing 3; bulls $3.505.50; feeders $6 7; stockers $4 6.75; milch cows names of 20 students In the high lores Smothers, Ona W. Clements, school who had made an average Slartha E. Southard, Frances A. Ste- $2060.. Calves Slarket active with steagrade throughout the year ot 90 and vens, Harold Taylor Stewart, Sterling made a few Scott Sladdox, Charles Slltchell Can- dy prices Jn vogue. Best veals $S more and In addition well chosen remarks, after which on, Ronald Smothers, Henry Stan- down; medium and common light tho benediction was pronounced by ley, Tyson Alfred, Lois B. Fuqua, calves $2 S5. Hogs Receipts 1,100. Prices adthe Rev. T. T. Frazlor. Thus our Randolph Baker, Ralph B. Slason, passed Lionel Ross. vanced 10c on all weights, with desuccessful school ot 1931-2- 2 5 mand brisk from all sourves. B,est Into history. , NOTICE CANCELLATION " hogs, 120 pounds up, $10.85; 120 OF SIEMORIAL SERVICES pounds down, $9.45; throwouts. $8.-BASE BALL BRIEFS AND FOUL TIPS TOO down; stags $6.70 down. Sheep and Lambs Demand actlvo seivlo: for Tho special memorial The Rlverslders played Cleaton at deceased Sllnlsters as uninunciV for and prices steady on both sheep and the local park Sunday afternoon and Sunday, .:ext. have been canraW nnd lambs. Top springers brought $1G when the smoke had cleared away will be at a later date. This step Is seconds $10(0)10.50. Best fat sheep, tho boys from Sluhlenburg had nine taken because of possible conflict 120 pounds down ,$5.5u;.120 pounds smooth, round goosfo eggs, one for with the Knights of Pythias Slem-orla- 'l up $5; bucks $3 down. Butter, EgKt "nil Poultry. services to be held In tho aftereach stanza of the affair, while the Buying prices net to shipper, tho Rlverslders had four that the goose noon ot the same- date. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. shipper paying freight and drayage never saw. Tlnsley, tho haw slder charges, arc and Glenn tolled at the crucial points Eggs Candled 20c dozen. Barnes, son of Judge Olonn WUhrow and Sir. for tho locals and Poultry Hens 21c lb.; sprint: Brown occupied like positions with and Sirs. W. H. Barnes, city, is exthe visitors. Tlnsley had the best of pected to arrive homo near the last chickens 40c lb.; roosters 10c lb.; geese 9c lb.; turkeys, good pitching done by each of tho of this month from Colorado Springs, ducks lie lb.; support all Colo. Sir. Barnes has been In the No. 1, 30c lb.; guineas $3.60 doz. twlrlers and much better Country Butter Pound 15c. health West slnco early fall for the way. t Grain. . -- . ' Ho is motoring thru and benefits. Current approximate buying prices. Hartford's Junior aggregation Jour- will spend the summer hero with his carload lots, quoted by flour mills neyed to Sulphur Springs Sunday, parents. aro: where thoy dropped a game to tho Wheat Now No. 2 red $1.40; Slessrs. Marvin Black and J, Allen of a dozSprings team by the scoro wagon wheat $1.37. en all. Our Juniors made an even Brady, Deputy Collectors of Internal will return to Corn No. 2 white 71 c; No. 2 but common dozen, but unfortunato-l- y, Revenue for this zone, being engaged yellow 70 c; No. 2 mixed 70c. for tljem, they allowed the other Owensboro today after Oats No. 2 white 45c; No. 3 whit the Bill here and in Beaver Dam during the team to make a dozen of 43c. Schlemmer variety. You all know past few days. forty-seconto J Che-nnulro x, steera-$6.507.25well-deliver- $34; 30 - 1 A 1 iisa LENDS IN HELP itartod out In tho world with n good FIGHTS FOR VOTE character, with friends, with every .hancn to mnho goad. I ternally or not, primarily wo nro bound by tho great llrothorhood of Man. finished the Man baa more to think of than hlmsolf or what lis may accomplish posslblo manner. for himself; ho must so llvo his life, "Instead of a good character I had B& tho time n sot of tricks to beat bed chixrnc- him to Bishop Asks People thattowhen reward, conies formemory Ruler Unwittingly, Accom- .ers. I had companion who playod Nevada go his that tho To Decide If Change of ills having boon on earth is cherne square enough but no friends. I plice, Reformed Crook ished ever afterward by tboso who tad people to help me for so much Is Desired. Explains. (raft. I had no faith find no love for could call him frlond. One herltng" anyone. I hnd only bitterness and a that man can leave behind, that Is In n annaft limrft vntunlitn tlinn mnnnl' inowledgo that I was clover In a 13.-U- isl,op Reno, Nev May G. C ., , , I'unxittUwnoy, I'a., May 13. "No t?ani? whoro the cards were stacked h(J T1 a rM, th Hunting of the Eplscopl diocese of rrmUnr bow. much a Crook makes he against me. MankIlll, So Mrotllor FrIeml Navntia implacable enemy of the six retains very little of tho loot or cash ,et g 8Q vo mr "Ono day I was released from the thnt lExxsuse there's tlio crooked lawyer Hrldewell in Chicnrjo, pennllou, after months divorce law which makes wo w lho Ordor hr , , vho blcedi you white, tho take bonds- having been In tho game twenty Nevada the mecca of those desiring. of oyor htg ()f p fc quick divorce, Is organizing another,, man, tho. gobctweon, tho underworld years. (before us tho story of Damon and attempt to knock out the objection- ,,vlll.. politicians and ;i score of lessor fry." "Does stealing pay? ', ' , Thus spoke Robert W. ("Razor") "It Is tho best game that I know able statute. in nil u jviUKiu in every Buiiet,- - iu bishop Hunting announces that he tho word ever n defender of tho who has served tight and i of to keep out of." Penton. soon will start the circulation of an e halt years behind prison walls. He and a of the l.ltlnttn i..tllln , , tnt , tint .i na.nnr- - weak may we champion tho wo ridright, an reformed and now N tolling the Host. Do Your show to that ,, thus , , .. , , . 1.1 " , rld tbat there's nothing in the i. Everyone snould do all ho can to IMC Ilk U. 114 V ifiitjixut miuibC vjiuui is .. me ivuiKius ul n rjuiuis r I .. I. uuu which, adopted by tho Legislature In aiiHdc pnmo In the orul. provide for his family and In order that evry man may well b? proud between "Jobs" Fcnton used to loaf to do this ho must keep his physical 1913 and repealed In 1915, provided to belong to, and thus may we live In Hits town In n quiet way when jystem in the host condition posslblo. for a yoar's residence for eligibility to truo to ourselves and our Brothers. tho police of New York, Chicago, No ono can reasonably hope to do freedom from the bonds of matriKnights of Pythias News. Pittsburg and a lot of other cities much when ho is half sick a good mony. It Is said that Reno business men complained of a severe slump In vffi&Er Tvarn. hot on his trail. share of tho time. If you are constiNAN" "Razor" Fenton's speciality was pated, bilious or troubled with Indi- trade during the time the one-yelaw was In effect. picking, pockets, tho ho often engag-- d gestion get n package of Chamber(A true Story of Memorial Day) Initiative petition will be in other alleged nefarious activi-llef- f. lain's Tablets and follow tho plain an "The copy of the 1913 law," says From tho year 1S62 until the close exact printed directions, and you will soon Hishop Hunting. "Thru tho action of tho Civil War in 1SG5 Wilbur Ilo estimated that during his be feeling alrlcht and ablo to do a tho people Haynes served his country as cap- m of the last Legislature "woof career ho bad cleaned up day's work. will vote on two divorce measure, tain of a company of Ohio volunteers, jnorft than $300,000. His biggest sin-3I- 0 at the coming election, ono providing His steed was a chestnut sorrel mare NATIVES FEAR OF led, wheniver he does converge on fob netted him $20,000 and his ACTIVITY SHOWN for a six months' Interlocutory de- - known by the name of "Nan". Cap- politic-- , and some one speaks of tliu 3Mmd best job $10,000. The presto Haynes took POISON REPTILES injustice of tin world, to allud-- , with IN DARK DISTRICT croe and the other practically a dupll - tain young mare, a great ranc as ent king of England helped him, and was just cate of the present law. If either of this 'a certain melunchola and Indlffir- to mako the $10,000 particular In selng that her groom Simla Glwn Wide lly Afrl- - oniv lo what ho terms the false acUitrah, he asserts. Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., May 15. Tho these measures Is adopted by the obeyed to the letter In the caring t'iiuo Who Hold Tlii'iu cusation of his having "willed the "There are various grades of ar- last of May and early part of June people divorce legislation will be tied did In seeing that his In Tt'i-rowar." istocracy among crooks," said Fen-to- n. will seo the actual signing of mem- up until 192S, under the provisions for her as he and referendum soldiers obeyed while on the field of During his reign as German "'We, who figured we were the bers of the Dark Tobacco Growers Co- of our Initiative j action. . Wlllism was primate of tho Kg 'fellows in the game, traveled operative Association woll started. statutes." London, May 13. Rhodesia, the The bishop Is the most outspoken Tlte two naturally became fast cables tell us, has a district that I Lutheran State Church of Pruxsfu, county In South with tho vacationists and reTodd was the lead-of- f re- sumed with them in the spring. In tho dark district and it has already enemy of the present divorce law In friends, and Captain Haynes often torrnrlreil hv .1 cr.vit liininliii. mix of Hlld 3ft SUCll lie always Studied the. Nevada, and recently was quoted as marked that It would be n hard task Je deniUe9l of AfrIcon die summer we worked the biggest secured more than the required inke, that oloiy and eultlvntod oxpertness In of Lutheran doctrines nti.l ,1M n,r,ady kUe, ,W(J naUvM am, def-ns- e aenslioro resorts. Wo always followed Frank Camp saying tnat tne divorce vogue is so to part irom .'.an at me ciose o of its acreage. prevalent In Keno, the states me conflict. If they wero both permitted ovor a hundred calves, goats, dogs their appliratlon. Ills mind wan ofthe nujuey around, no matter where is chairman. ten divided. In those days, between Jt went, and, believe me, wo made Hopkins county has named W. E. tropolls, even the children are to live thru the war. and fowls. At last the conflict ended, and as those who could afford It pay for our Cardwell a3 chairman and will start "playing divorce." Ho Illustrated his Not often does a .nake attack a the study of military and rcllgloui discharge lie re 7ncntious. hmmm their campaign May 30th. Senti- point by telling of children who wRe- ho filed In Hue for his mUu t fMl Uirff question, but now he Is ald to playing at "keeping house" In a was given not only his honorable dis menaced. Usually it is quite content In l see whore the Chicago police ment is said to be overwhelmingly religious questions wry that only twenty-seve- n in the no home, and In the course ot the charge, but also a letter from the to slide away into the undergrowth. alone to the exclusion of all probpockets In favor of the association make-believ- e ono youngster made the War Department, advising him that,for th(j tn"newcomer TOfe picked in that city during the county. t0 AWca ' 9 lems of statecraft. Ills mental outj county, Tenn,, has startling inquiry of another, "Who's :;an was now his property. ni,cll of tIa, fact Montgomery irat week of this month. I used to look seems to have narrowed nnd bis t.Mv Of course Mr Haynes was Ml Uick tbat many every day in Chl-g- o lected Claude" Coke as chairman and your papa now?" luss lM,ro , m0t serpent rare visitors find his mind shut in Statistics for 1921 for Washoe elated over having beMi given this than he has to see It. And that and closed to present Cermun afbusiness be drive tboro will start June 1st. when I was doing county beautiful mare, and with great pride o there. That county is also in fine condition County, of which Rei Is the fairs and the relations between Germeans souittblng go to Hot Sprlng3,Ark., and this will be strengthened when seat, show 200 more divorces than he rode her back to his homo, where "1 used to There are one or two snakes, how- - many and the rest of the European, she was turned out into the green L'VUli .i.... i.n.... .t... UtO ...... .n.in.. UL countries. n..n i lor a month every year, and I had no Judge Hobert W. Uingham speaks marriages for the year. 1IUU LUC CllUiilllUll n "It may readily be seen," says pasture and placed on the pension ogrus. lll.tl mamba, so swift a trav-- I trouble In picking enough pockets to thers on May 27th. Tho ' that if this condi- - Rst. "inep myself at a swell hotel, Logan county has elected I. C. Bishop Hunting, When the baby takes too much elrr tbat its speed is compared with Hon rxlsted in all pa i 3 of tho world Nan was never worked and was that of a galloping horse, not sntls- - food the stomach turns; the result li camGrubbs as chairman and the (low King Helped. very short- th. rv would be no s.i i fh'ug as mar - ridden only on special occasions. On ' wJth tje oxce)tlonnl venotn of Indigestion, sournosH nnd vomiting. "Tho present King of England un- paign will bo begun there Tn nnnli 1'iin ! all n fl nl rl Ol ,J"' '""' prospects for a riage, ;"-"";its bite. Is credited with dellberato at-t- Froquontly tho bowels are Invohed knowingly aided mo In robbing a ly, and under Jiright Because of lax divorce laws and procession, mounted by Captain and there is colic pains and diar. far exceeding the minimum. ". man of $10,000, said Fenton. "When sign-u- p :i procedure, the bishop assorts, Havnes. followed by the fifes and Its "" W. C. Broad-beTrigg has elected rhoea. McG-ee'Ilnby Elixir Is a victim is dead. &o was a duke, in 1901, ho visited has become "the very bottom of drums and the boys in blue. grand corrective remedy for the stoA OrowiiiK Ti'rror as chairman, and he is arrangCanada. The papers were full of No one enjoyed this more than very vigorous cam the sewer." In the neighborhood of the Rovu-m- a mach and bowel disorders of babies. stories about tho great reception ing to put on a It is a matter of such common Nan. Year after year, on the thir- have been River, in the Tanganyika terri- It Is pure, wholesome and pleasant to paign. Trigg growers planned for him. In Chicago we opportuni- knowledge In Reno as not to excite tieth day of May, this procession was tory, is a hill that no native' can be take. Price 3!"ic and GOc per bottle. I anxious for months for an vere also planning to receive him. are con- comment that a majority of these formed and led by Nan mounted by persuaded to climb, even in the com- Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m to Quebec to got a line on ty to sign and large results who have lived In the state six Captain Haynes. They marched from pany of a white man, for everyoim fidently expected there. things. When wo reached Montreal cemetery, where Simpson county was ono of the months depart for their former homes tho City Hall to the believes death to be tho portion of WEST VIRCINIAX ENTERS .ve decided to visit ono of tho banks, Dr. In other states, or other countries, tho services were hold. I.O.YCJKST DEAIU) CONTEST very first to name its chairman. the Intruder. It Is the domain of a vlth the idea of selecting a victim. ob- -j One year, as they were forming Hio cresU,(J has gotten his the same day. or soon after they t,)at cnjwg ,ko a cock If didn't take us long to pick a man J. It. Claypool. , He line at the City Hall for their annual and does not hesltat to show fight. in gbod' tain their decrees. Mannlngton, W. Va., May 13. Tho' tre knew had a considerable organization committee march to the cemetery. In respect to Nothing will induce a native to ven- - West Virginia has an entrant for tho shape and the drive Is expected to be mm of money on him. We took up . as Nan was tTrrn nnnr thfi krinln tlinnilt hrpn ra. national long-beartheir fallen comrad-scontest Institutthe trail. A reception for the duke ,i big success. now too old to lead again the pro - wnrd8 have ,)een offcrcd by whla ed by the Sncroiiiento, Cal., Chamber Muhlenburg county is under the I was scheduled that day. While he cession. This occasioned miicn giooiu men anxious to prove or dlsprovo of Commerce as a feature of Its celo- T. Reynolds, a bankjynut past In bis carriage this man leadership of J. For Infants and Children over tne entire compuuj, uS.u,,; u ,no oxBtence of tho roptQ w,cU brnton ,)f tlle ,,nys of M9 SQOn tQ ,)(J er and conditions there are very satissomehow gst an opportunity to Years nau leurueu iu miu iuo uruuimu European can claim to have seen. held tboro. The ontrant Is Daniel factory in every way and the signup In Use For Over speak to him, and while they were mare, and they felt that without her Always bears go over big. In Rhodesia is to be met the engo- - Mike, of this city, who has not cut orrverslng I robbed him of $10,000. will the line was incomplete. the F. T ishye. said to b the fiercest of all his beard for years. It now mea- Caldwell county has elected Signature It was so easy it was a shame to do Nothing, however, could change reptlles, and, like the mamba and tho sures as chairman and far more thirteen and a half Inches, and It. But In spite of tho size of the Satterfield the mind of Captain Haynes. He ad- crested snake.distlngulsbed by Its rea- - this is said to be tho longest li ard expected. Is than the haul it- profited mo nothing in the vised the boys that Nan wis on a dlness to attack Its prey. This snuke o far repnrtod In On tho day that Daviess county connection with sntf. I'VTHIA.V FRIENDSHIP full pension and had served her however, surpassos the others by the contest. The Haycraft as C. winner of tho " 'Hut,' you say, 'what did you do growers named W. . well, and never again would she stalking man and beast. time cont st will recelvo a free ticket to chairman GOO acres were pledged. True Record of History i 15ais Ru'J'all the money? for bo burdened by a saddle. and from Sacramento, a gold medal Revenue. This is believed to be just a sample Our Wonderful Ritual Ceieiiiony "I'll tell you. To begin with, I had of tho readiness with which the growThe line was formed, Captain . hv l tilt am) SKO r, iliv The tren snake. i.i.. .i .1,,. first was Haynes leading on foot, followed by,from a ,)ranch wU Sad the leeches to feed. Tho o celebration there, whleh w.'l last a ers there will sign. Judge Bingham she crooked lawyer. Ho doesn't ask will speak at Owensboro on May 30. By E. Wllllts, Prelate, Lawton, Okla. the fifes and druiris 'something to pass boneath It; thou, week. you how, or when, or where you got Tho basic principle upon which Two blocks down tho street Nan's with a vicious downward btroke, It -- oMGraves county growers will meet the money. All he wants to know Is May 20 to take the preliminary steps our wonderful Order Is founded Is. home was passed. She was In the wrecks Its havoc. "Il.ivo you over read 'To a to friendship of Damon and Pythias, back lot, enjoying herself at tl( j A friend of mine was ono day that you have it, and them bo tries in toward thoir campaign. The May-fie- tho feed-racget as much out of you as ho can. Suddenly sho heard the a village In East "Why, no! How do you get them Messenger says "There seems to and a beautiful story It is, all the Africa when a namyself with more convincing because It Is an ab- flfo and drum and pricked up her tive woman came In with a "Then I had to squaro bo no opposition to tho organization." dead child to listen?" Valo Record. the fixer' the man who has a pull solute fact, thero really lived at ono ears. As the parade marched by still strapppi1 to hor back. As .sho With tho work thus started In s th the pollco and the courts. and she bowed her neck nnd proudly had passed b t.uth tho tree, carrying counties It will bo extended more time these two great charactt "There was tho bondsman to pay rapidly ovor tho district and It won't the story that Is told of their friend-- 1 pranced around tho lot. As the col- - her voh!l of water back from tho waMRS. 1$. M. JACOItS ship is not a myth, but n matter of tiiun marched down tho street, got- - ter hole, the unseen snake hud killi-the fellow who puts up a piece of be long until all of tho flfty-fiv- o orthless property ho wants to get counties have been reached. record. A greater love for a friend tlug farther and fathor away from hor child. Without lamentations sho has never been exhibited than Pythias Nan, she could stand it no longer,) remored tho water pot from her Hi of aud which ho offers tho court head appear-snefor had for Damon, or Damon for Py- - but sprang with a bound over tho put lu Its place an oartheuwaro jar it nrlty tho a prisoner's up. Thee State or Ohio, City ot Toledo, I fTfillnnnd ilnlfn llin rnml nn.l . fnnA -trial comos when thias. Lucas County, sa. IC.H.W u.iu ou..ul.vu ..w, with boiling porridge of maize meal, Cheney professional bondsman is a generous IsFrank J, partner otmakes oath that he In the struggle ot this life we aro until tho head of tho lino was reach- - and strolled back boneath the same senior the Arm ..,, n .. .. .1 .. a. .1 iHnii1 a..u InnVnil rt lin you Cheney & Co., doing business In of F. J. itoo uruiiB iu .. . t uur uiuiu. mm I. .1 ' lni ,..UUu ..u fellow to himself. Ho will lot tho City jieii. iuibi a. Ueo. Again ibo reptllo struck, this County and State aforesaid. oft-,. ,,,. scapw with your shirt, providing it's of Toledo.paid for a small matter of dollars she led tho procession, keeping - time;.,.,.- - ., ami tint .. firm ulll pui' the sum of " ...v. ..w niiiiiuih iiu illll. '. rill y.M: liUNUHUD dollars for each ' or cents we forget our lesson. A as It seemed, to the ufatlng ot ui was tll worn and or no furthor uao. tho mother avenged. case of IMtarrli that tamiot bo under-Thn there was tho groat saloon-teeper- a. ana evory tho use of HALL'S CATAniMI truo riionu muoeti IS somotliin,,' mat drums! She led tho way without a ured by MKDIC'lNB. FRANK J. CilENliY. money can not buy, nnd It is some rldor until tho cemetery gat was E.Y.KAISRR'S GROWING world to help support tho Knorn to before hid ami subscribed in Here she halted and waitthe .glnmllls, tho cnberets. .ny prudence, thu 0,', MANIA FOR RELIGION of December, thing once lost Is a Iom whHi we roaehed. P l UM. A. V. GLRA&ON, fool m one than any moro momentary ed patlontly until tho services wore Mri the like, because that U the !".-.- ) Notary Public. H. ill's Catarrh Jttllrlno is taken brought to a close. She thon took loss. gntoe of the underworld, and If you Amsterdam, May 11. Former Emami ace tliroiij.li tha Hlood on Tlmos like this which we are now her place In the lino with tho men. peror William's devotion to religion are h member of It you play the ne MiioniiR Surfaci-- ot the System. &anl r U'HtliiiunliiU. frie. enduring Is the real time to exempli-- j and i't th" roir.mand. "Forward, bus progressed to the point ot mania, that way. All thin kept me V. J. PHKNEV & CO. Toledo. O. "5c. tho profession Admiral VIn Tlrpitz, former f the frlonlsl'lp that we huw for 'march.' she 'roke. Those people got tho money Pol.t by .ill .IruBlxts. for contlpatlon. What Men Admire Alost in HaJi's Firiw P"' .wn. Whei her own I didn't set one worth-whll- o I stole. tr.e another, ihe counirv hn 'ustjback to !i -of tho Gorman navy, is reWomen is Perfect Health tUng out of it. ported to have told a friend recent- NT..IA.Z OFFICER IN GEORGIA gono through a eroat struggle nnd'hoiuv vae ifnrbfd, sho walkeu The Sign of Strength over afterward by thoso who to tne ja e ana witn a Knowing iy wus worse, I psld twice Islied What over for that ileal. My brothor. Tho former Knlaor Is described as tnt&.U??,;V!,a-,- ,I wW tllQ world Tlie Jolly Oeorglu Jazz jamboree crown of victory, which Is but alckor vvhn.li Captain llayne.t salu Atteely Identified an mysolf, was tent is no more spending most of each day In reading l "y.Boctor Pierco's In Savannah. J, J. Mc-G- through it all has come out with a'wns telling l.n. that she wa- - too Prescription is worth its of victory, which U but a ed to jump lack ovor th fence, tli, music tutor, has beon appointprison for a term, and eighteen mo Buiu'iurus, commentaries, sor- - wclcht in example that the American 'od him ts open tho gate for her. man. and other religious books and month later I was brought back mid ed by Mayor Stownrt as special Jazz From this time on until hor death In prayer. Ills physical health ap- - was ndvlsed to prohibition offlcor to seo that no Jazz people had confidence) and faith In Uit'tlmo on tho samo count try this medicine, bo ulul il Jil?,'ier ioio good than Tho man who steals Is robbed of arcing s performed at public holla their government, and the!e two froini old age, Nan led tho annual pears to bo good, but tho mombers l1,ci'1 '" r took, of his entourage at ibe &U things he has. If you count or In vaudeville houses and theaters. things are the funduiit ntiU founda- procession of tho hoys In blue. his 1 nm llnli lly F. A. Sovorolgu, in Our Dumb mental state with MM nJ.ty. It to have confl-d- i tion of Friendship e enly tho money, a man who has been did twonty Sallow complexion Is duo to a tornee in our followmau, to have faith Animals. Is observed that his interost In Eu- - m. wife." H. M. JacoJbs. iu n ieultlmate business for ' to show pid liver. Horbluo purifies and in his honor nnd integrity. Among ropean affairs has greatly diminished, nA?ur ,,elaltl ia tllQ most valuablo year would havo aomothliiK oVou Gorman politics finding him KraVinHSn tor it If he had mado tho money Inn strengthens tho liver aud bowols and Ilrothor Knights this should not Vro,BUre -. rostoros tho rosy bloom of health to only apply to tho Lodgo room but somewhat uninterestedHis mind the length of tirao I did. After FOR FLETCHER'S appears to livo rathor in tho past )tll. Pr l'ierco, President Invalids' in the smo for twonty years I tho chook. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio In ovory dally walk of life, for wa I m aro all brothers whether bound fra- N Y"' and rucelvQ than In the present and ho Is dlspos- - fawgdlcal'11 Udn't havo a tting to show for it. I County Drug Co. $10,000 THEFT jame broko, and broko in tho worst ON DIVORCE LAWS 6M US !m 91 cigarettes m m fWl m M MM If fit mwWvm '. ,,, I t. A year ago almost unknown mW i Today a leader ar s3k A sweeping verdict for QUALITY , , IIim-II- i j two-thir- , t , T" A.tn ""u,u" ''"' " Ne-vod- ,I.M hu nt s I CASTOR 30 A d , , two-thir- - ofa . 4 j i ,1,,,-in.- ... Field-mouse- ?" ld k. .- ... n . .... Ct ,.., I -- ! . V aua com-mnnd- or I ilr-cro- in g Fai-nrV11!- ? AahU'S. cfilBU,1lrt18 --- be-I- Children Cry CASTOR youfflS'ta tabXTSU d' K A v 1 win ir J It Genoa thnt tho Standard Oil Company had bought control of tho Nobel Kusslnn Interests. PUNISH FRAUDS 4 For ii Weak Stm.irli. As a general rule all you nocd to do Is to adopt n diet suited to your House Body Assured U. S. nge and occupation and to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that Will Make Profit you have eaten to much and when On Action. constipated, tako ono of Chamberm lain's Tablets. 4 Washington, May 13. Tho House IT. S. .MAY INCKHASti Appropriations Commltteo today reKATICS ON PAHCHIj POST ported out the bill Introduced by Representative Martin I). Mndden, of May Washington, 12. If tho Illinois, carrying an appropriation of $100,000,000 annual deficit of tho $500,000 to enable tho Department Post office Department Is to be wipof Justlco to profct'euto war frauds. ed out it may bo necessnry eventually Tho bill Is expected to pass tho to Increase parcel post rates, PostHouho on Monday practically with- master General Work said today In out opposition. a letter to the Interstate Commerce At tho lust iiioiuont a committee Commission outlining tho growth of amendment was Insertd limiting to the parcel post system. No plans $10,U00 the salarloa of all attorneys have been made to Increaso rates except one to lie employed by the and no suggestions have been formuattoriioy Roncral In tho work of lated to meet the present postal deprosecution. Tlio ono exception In ficit, he added, but he was of the: niiiile to pormlt tho omploymont of a opinion, he said, that facts pertaind legal export to act as ing to the situation should from timo r.unural adviser on all this clans of to time bo laid before Congress and cases. the Interstate Commerce Commission. In every respect the hill nieots the ro(iieelB of Attoriioy Gonoral Ihtugb-iTt- y 1,500 NKfillO ItHH'K as made nt an executive sesvouki:i;s ox stimki: sion of a subcommittee tills week. Tho roport of tho committee hoar-lu- g Haverslrnw, N. Y., May 12. State General at which Attorney troopers tonight were patrolling the D.uiBherty requested $500,000 wan strootB of this town, ready to quell made public, today. In It tlm attor- any 'disorder which might result from ney Rcnoral estimates that of this a strike of 1,500 to 1,800 negro amount from $250,000 to $300,000 workers who have succeeded ln shutwill be exponded for attorneys' foes, ting down sixteen brick plants. and $100,000 to $150,000 on account Moat of tho strikers arrived within Mr. tho last few weeks from the South. and accountants. of experts DaiiKherty promised tho commltteo Tho mounted men arrived ln tho that proKocutlon of the war fraud morning. Extra guards were placod catses would return "many times" at the brick yards and ttrikers were tho total amount of tho appropria- kept moving. The only disturbance He also of the day wns a fight between a tion to tho government. wnnted It "doflnltoly understood" trooper anil a negro, in which the hitthat politics would not flguro in any ter's arm was broken. of tho cases. Employers said the trouble startAsked by Chairman Madden for an ed yesterday when they asserted estimate of how long it- will tako to about 200 men from one plant, armdlspoBo of the work, Mr. Daughcrty ed with clubs, marched out, urged replied: workers at other plants to quit and Tho "1 do not know how long it will beat up those who wouldn't. tako to go thru these accounts; that manufacturers claim altho between la, how long It will take the War De- 1,500 and 1,800 men arc out, only partment to go thru them. Secre- 200 really are disgruntled and the tary Weeks said that they had au- rest Intimidated. dited 15.000 of these 150.000 accounts, and he estimated it would Fui goons ngrre that in cases ot take five years." uts, burns, bruins and wounds, the estimated first treatment is most Important. The attorney general that so far, tho Department of Jus- When an efficient antiseptic Is promptly, there Is no danger of tice had only gono to work on about 27 G war contract cases. Only one Infection and the wound begins to of those the Lincoln Motors case heal at once. For use on man or hns gono to the courts, Ho added: beast, Borozone Is the Ideal antisepBuy it now "1 have no hesitation in saying that tic nnd healing agent. in connec- and be ready 1 want to be conservative for an emergency. tion with the suits that are brouglit, Price 30e. COc, and $1.20. Sold by m both civil and criminal, I shall never Ohio County Drug Co. niinw n. man to bo Indicted unless 1 think he is guilty and unless 1 think RENDERS PAINLESS DENTISTRY he can and should be convicted. I will not assume the Jurisdiction of French dentists have discovered tho court; but if I determine thnt a that oxygon may be used to render case can not he sustained, or ought ental operation? quite painless. At sustained, 1 will not, for the first oxygen at body terrperature H not bo accommodation of any clamor, allow projected against the area to be operated on. Gradually the temperasuit to be brought. Mr. Daugherty stated that he ture of the gas Is lowered until tho planned an appeal to the patriotism tissue becomes Insensible. After the additionoperation the process Is reversed nnd of the twenty or twenty-fiv- e attorneys ho intends to employ as the tissue is gradually restored to al reto conduct the government's s cases, normal temperature sensibility as turns. The use of oxygen Is said to to obtain their sen-iceIn order cheaply as possible. bo altogether freo from the objecCongested conditions of the courts, tionable features attending the use ot Mr. Daugherty predicted, might de- opiates and other sub3tanceo compainless denlay prosecution of tho cases. He es- monly used in timated that upwnrd of 90,000 casea tistry. According to Dr. Jubal of the will ho on tho dockets on June 30, raris dental school, the new method 12,000 are, will make dental operations Incomof which approximately alleged violations of the prohibition parably easier for both dentists and law. patients. REPORT BILL TO OLIVER ASKS U.S. TO PAY $716,000 Wnitlinn AgalnM Seizure Basis For Claim Hnvrriiment high-salarie- rp-pll- Washington, Mny 13 It will cost tho government $71 C ''00 to mnro accounts for n waMlinu seizure by the Department of Justice during the Wilson administration It a claim pending before tho War Department for thnt sum Is granted. Tho claim Is being passed this AenlGtant Secretary week before Wright, under tho provisions of the Dent act, by counsel for tho claimant, William J. Oliver, president of tho William J. Oliver Manufacturing Company, of Knoxvllle, Tenn. Oliver claims ho suffered losses of $71G,000 by reason of tho seizure of his plant by tho Department of Justice while engaged in 1918 In the manufacture of artillery shells for tho army. ln connecTho seizure was ma-dtion with the arre3t of Oliver on the charge of conspiracy to manufacture faulty shells and thereby defraud the government on tho munitions contract. Tho arrest and seizure took placo October 4 ,1918. Oliver was Injured ln an accident on the way to court and did not sufficiently to face trial until tho spring of 1920. Meanwhile the government wns In possession of the which the Oliver plant, following company was thrown Into the hands or a receiver, who Is still In charge. When Oliver finally was brought to trial In tho United States District Court at Knoxvllle he was acquitted without putting a witness on the stand In his own defense on the of tho government's own witnesses. The charges, Oliver says, were trumped up against him by organized labor leaders who appealed to the Department of Labor, and thru that medium brought about the action of tho Department of Justice. Oliver was operating his plant as an opon shop and was In a bitter labor war with the union organizations at Knoxvllle. Oliver came Into national prominence in 190" during tho Roosevelt administration, when he submitted of the a bid for the construction Canal, lock, stock and barPanama rel, before the government decided to do the work under the direction of army engineers. The $710,000 Oliver war claim will bo taken under advisement by Assistant Secretary Walnwrlght, and will bo referred to Secretary Weeks. er Brook!ino Village station, when l ft" glanced out ot tho window and saw n dog on the sidewalk racing with the car. I watched to so how long ho would run, oxpcctlng that after a ' hundred feet or so ho would stop ' tSR3ggg3SK3s and await nnothor vehicle to chase,' dog fashion. i But he showed no signs" of retiring' from th race. Tho car stopped to take on a napsencer. anil the doc rushed from the sidewalk to tho road. ' With a most alert expression on hlsj The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has basa face ho watched the rear steps until in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of the car started, nnd then he again on the wrapper all these years mado for the sidewalk and continued, sj&-tfjt-rf:-to protect the coming He seemed to be well his marathon. yvzfyy, UtcA4tf generations. Do not be deceived. aware of the fact that tho street was All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but rough with ice and snow, nnd that Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of sidewalk was clear and sanded. the Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Despt-ratelhe endeavored to keep a nbrest of the car. He did not seem discouraged nt the prospect of a losing race, nnd although wh'ii the car did not stop for several streets, he always managed to Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, ' catch up with It when It did otop Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains Each time he rushed to the s"teps and neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its watched eagerly. He even discovage is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has were two means of ered that there been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, entering the car, and sometimes, afWind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising ter a moment at the rear, he ran to therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the front steps and watched Intently. the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. Always, when the car started, he The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. bounded to the sidewalk and tried his best to keep up the race. ALWAYS At the Brookllne Village station was not deterred by the crowd; he Bears the Signature of and when the car left tho station he was close beside it. By this time everyone in the car was Interested in Children Cry for Fletcher's SSJ?s5JTW just d" j?fl Never attempt to relieve your baby with remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Jerry. At South Huntington Avenue the car stopped. Just as it started, Jerry, in desperation, leaped up the A stens on to tho front platform. sympathetic motorman opened the! door, nnd Jerry, panting, Jumped to the long front seat. He searched up and down the car with his eyes for' several minutes, heedless of the per- sons who spoke to him. He could not seem to locate the one for whom he searched. That dog certainly, equalled many a human ln facial ex- presslon. la a quiet moment when tho car had stopped, his mistress, who was seated In the extreme rear of the car, called "Jerry!" A noticeable expression of relief passed over Jerry'c countenance, and, with a Joyful bark, he dashed down the length of the car. Auother bark or two, and quiet reigned. When I left the car at Massachusetts Avenuo, Jerry was contentedly curled up at his mistress' feet. Our Dumb Animals. . -- &Li$fffljUi In Use For Over THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VORK CITV. tes-tlo- ny Years 30 Bought The Kind You Have Always K7J m Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper . - - CIVIC VIRTUE' STATUE ERECTED You recall that women throughout the country protested against the new statue called "Civic Virtue," sculped by MacMonnles, which was to be set up in City Hall park In Now York. The objection was that civic virtue was sympolized by a man, who was trampling on vice and temptation, In form of two figures having" women's heads and fishes' tails. The National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors however stood up In acdefense of the work, as being in with art and tradition. Maycordance or Hylan agreed with tho protesting ladles that the group was an insult womanhood and imto proper for boys and girls to see. Nevertheless it was erected in place. 20th-century --o- Mrs. Nagge I have about made up my mind, Henry, that when I married you I married a fool. Mr. Nagge That reminds me of a remark you made just before we You remember that were married. you said It would be hard to find two people more alike than you and I! London Answers. o Mrs. Howard I've talked and talked to you until I am worn to a frazzle. Mr. Howard Well, why not shut up for repairs. Topics of the day. ey prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e newspaper, intent upon giving news essentially a matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at "Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. ournal "Oh. I simply say I'm going back! to mother, and he Immediately hands me the fare." --4-t "I can't Imagine how you get out of your husband." mon-- j By special arrangements we aro now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND - Barbed wtre cuts, ragged wounds, collar and harness galls heal up quickly when Ballard's Snow Liniment is applied. It Is both healing Price 30c, GOc and and antiseptic. per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun$1.20 m ty Drug Company. - She Here's a story ot a man who sold his wife for n horse. You would never sell me for a horse, would you, darling? He Of course not, dear! But I'd hate to have anyone tempt mo with a really good motor car! Sam Watkias was seeking a permit from a prohibition agent to buy wine. "What do you want it for?" asked, the agent. "Fur sacrellglous purposes, sub." "For sacreleglous purposes? You nnan sacramental purposes." "Dat s It, suh. Au' tho commltteo has done appointed mo tub, get It." "What kind of wlno doos your committee want-?- " "Well, suh, we talked It all over, and finally decided on gin." -- THE REPUBLICAN Both one year, by mail, for only $5.75. Vc About KlicumatKin. Pcoplo aro learning that It Is only a wasto of time nml nionoy to take lncdlcino Internally for chouic and muscular rheumatism, and about lilnoty-nln- o out of a hundred cases aro ono or the other of those varieties. All that is really necessary to afford rolief is to apply ChamberTry it. It lain's) Liniment freely. coats but 35 cents per bottle. Large ln ulzo CO cents. - t - IjAAV CLUB SUES SENIORS FORD'S "WAR PROFITS" Boosters of Henry Ford have long been tolling the talo that Ford gave back to the government all the profits ho made out of his war contracts and the amount was stated as $29,- 000,000. But when Secretary ot the Treasury Mellon needed money to pay on Undo Sam's bill's he could find no trace of tho nlleged fund. So ho asked Henry to tell more about It. Henry replied that It was all a mistake, and that ho had not mado any such paymont. But anyway it was good advertising. - ' At tho University of Illinois members ot tho senior class decided to carry canes ns a matter of distinction. But members of tho law club held they had established a precedent by carrying canes. A verbal battle waxed worm and a member ot the law plnb has filed suit against tho prti-d'fc- t $10,-00- 0 of tho seuioi class seeking damages for "trepass on tho case." IIOT-AIR- This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will dato from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Loulsvlllo Times for Tbe Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. waL of violating tho Btnto criminal syndicalism act. It wao developed in the trial that Miss Whitney was a mem-bof tho CommunlBt party and identified with the I. W. W. or - : BTANDA1U) OIL 11UYS " AUTO IN RUSSIAN FiniiD Now York, May 12, Tho Standard Oil Company of New Jersey today announced that it had become equal owner with tho Nobel interests In the Nobel Russian oil properties. "Immediately after tho end of tho war," a statement of tho company .said, "negotiations were begun between representatives of the Nobel and Standard Oil Company of New Jersey Interests looking to the sale td the latter company of a participaEarly tion ln tho Nobel properties. In tho summer of 1920 tho salo was consummated and the Nobel Interests and Standard Oil Company of New Jersey became equal owners In tho Nobel Russlnn oil proportlos, There has been no change in the situation since." This statement was Issued ln explanation of a news dispatch from So says Fltzglbbon, Brooklyn. He proR. L. poses a fearful and wonderful contraption which Is to include a tank of compressed air, an alrturblne motor, nnd a series of funnels which are to catch the air as the machine goes alone, Mnd set tho air to work. Of courao this new style of nuto exist9 only on paper; it could not possibly work in reality. "Run your car with air." MERRY" (A true Incident.) HUMORS OF WEDDED BLISS "ft" "Just think!" They manufacture a quarter of a billion of netdles ln this country overy year," exclnimad Ma, looking up from the paper she was reading. "Hm!" murmured Pa. "Then It must be the thread shortage thnt prevents you from 6ewing tho buttoiu en Brooklyn Eagle, my clothes." Carl Webster Pierce. I do not know how to classlly "Jerry" ln dogdoni. During the few minutes that ho was within my sight I was too Interested ln observing his actions to bo bothered with hW redl-greand as I am not "up" on dogs, I very likely could not have fathomed It by observation. Although Jerry was not washed up and berlbboned and on exhibition nt a dog show, I am certain that ho held tho center ot the stage far longer than any pampered puppy ever seen ln a show. I It was December twenty-firs- t. d was on an Boston nnd Worcester trolley. vIt must have been very nearly a mile west of o; oast-boun- Hendorson, Ky., May 14. HenderWOMAN SENTENCED son has raised $102,750 In tho camTO PRISON TERM paign for the State Normal School to ho located In some Western Kentucky A club woman and social welfare town. Besides this amount a tract worker of Oakland, Miss A. Whitney, of twenty acres ot land on the edge ot must servo from ono to 14 yoars In; tho city has been donated. Tho land prison, according to the decision of Is valued at $C,000. Most ot it is I A LESSON TO HUSBANDS Tho man had been out In the cold all day and his feet wcro very chilly, Indeed. So he opened tho cook stove Inside. oven and put his sock-foe- t Pretty soon thero was a loud snapping noise, and his socks tightened at the toes. Removing his feet from tho hot oven and taking off his socks as rapidly as ho could, tho man found1 Jects attached to bis toes. Jects attached toll is toes. Ah ha! His corns had popped! Farm Life. "I understand," remarked Callahan to his friend Casey, "that the Judge, fined yo $10 for assaultln' Coughlln tho other day." "Ho did that," answered Casey, "an It was a proud moment, I'll tell yo, whin 1 merce, under whose auspices the in has been conducted, has announced that an invitation will be? extended at once- to tho commissioners on location to visit Henderson at tholr earliest convenience. Besides tho slto donated, five oiher highly dcslrablo sites, two within t!w city limits, aro under consideration. Other towns in tho raco for tb school aro Paducah, Princeton, Maj-flel- d, Murray and Morgantlold. cam-pag- VIEWS OF 1'JtOP. that?" I'OWEIl OX WOMB.T "I'm thlnkin," continued Casey, "that it showed which one of us had The ideal ago at which a. tfia! tho best of the fight." should be married is 24, ln the opin"How's- - heard tho Jblntince." $102,750 IlAISfiif FOR STATK NOIIMAL o. tho court of appeals, confirming tho1 woodland and an Ideal site for the conviction and sentence on a charge Institution. Tho Chamber of Coin- - ion of Prof. Ralph L. Power, of College of Business ant Administration at Los Angeles. Ai they should have had five yean experience In business life, ho suym Men appreciate n woman with "brains cultivated by business finesse un'C acumen. Tho World war brousfht out the capabilities of woman, hs and ln some ways the nre better fitted to hold jobs than mou But, after all, ho conciliate, tbwr true sphere is tho homo. es, BnEa9T5KjEEM4 !Mihk,AJidiwrtS TThe Hartford Republican Published Wockly by pARTFORD riUXTlNG COSITANY Incorporated W. S. T1NSLB1, Editor nnd Business Mnnngcr. patter Entered according to law at tbo roBtoftlco, Hartford, Kjr., as uiall ot the second class. to Address all communications ffho Hartford Republican. I , I The United States Civil Service Commission has announced an examination to be held at Hartford. Ky. on June 10, 1922, to fill the position of rural carrier at Centertown, ICy., and vncancies that may later occur on ruTELEPHONE ral routes from that post office. The salary of a nfral carrier on a stand59 Farmers Mutual ard dally wagon route of 24 miles is ?1,S00 per annum with an additionMAY 10 al $30 per mile per annum for each FRIDAY mile or major fraction thereof In excess of 24 miles. The salary on mo"When the Eighteenth Amendment 0 we tor routes ranges from $2,450 to Is repealed, modified or amended per annum, according to length. will be too old to reap any of the for motor Separate examinations benefits. routes and wagon routes are no longheld. Appointments to both posiSome women who wear the er tions will be made from the same breeches at home are barely recogregister. THE EXAMINATION WILL nizable by their husbands when seen ONLY TO CITIZENS WHO upon the streets with nothing much BE OPEN ARE ACTUALLY DOMICILED IN on but smiles. THE TERRITORY OF THE POST OFFICE WHERE THE VACANCY The Stillmans must possess a lot EXISTS and who meet the other remore of money than does "Fatty" quirements set forth In Form 1977. Arbuckle, they came on the stage of both men and women, If qualified Newpaperdom long before "Fatty" may enter this examination, but aptook his flight and 'fell, and the Still-ma- pointing officers have the legal are still soaring at a fair clip. right to specify the sex desired in requesting certification of ellglbles. "Things are not what they used Women will not be considered for to be" Is a common exclamation usu- (rural carrier appointment unless they ally uttered by One in a moody and are the widows of U. S. soldiers, Of pessimistic frame of mind. sailors or marines, or the wives of course, they are not, neither would U. S. soldiers, sailors or marines who we have them so. We notice that ' are physically disqualified for ex-- 1 our sons, as boys, do pretty much, the aminatlon by reason of Injuries resame things we did when boys, ex- ceived in the line of military duty. cept they now have a more iForm 1977 and application blanks way for doing them. Children may be obtained from the offices are as obedient now as they were mentioned above or from the United fifty years ago and the percentage States Civil Service Commission at of dishonorable people is no larger Washington Applications D. C. back, In fact we than a should be forwarded to the Commisdoubt not that real dishonesty Is on sion at Washington D. C. at the the wane. If one chooses to examine earliest practicable date, s Court Records on file in the County-Clerk'- mny be obtained from the offices men office of Ohio County, of years ago, he will find that KENTUCKY'S DEAD IN GLORY LIVE the chief business of the courts to be the trial of cases for hog over Gone back to God. What tomb could stealing, settling disputes boundary lines; attempts, successful hide ones too, of evading taxes and grant- The martyr souls, the sacrlfled? ing permits for the sale of liquor, 'For us, that light forever dwell, brandies etc. People stole hogs in For home, met Fate mid hideous hell those good old days because there On land, In air, on waters wide, was but little else to steal. .No, the Where rolled the Teutons awful tide; discarding of hoops, the wearing of That christian nations might abide and long In love and peace on duty fell dew and dirt bedraggled train skirts for tho shorter, more Gone back to God. garb worn sanitary and action-givin- g liy our sisters of the present day is O Mother mine, thy heart has sighed not a sign of the abandonment of In memory's shrine thy tear has modesty and decay of purity, but a re- j dried; where anthems sult of changing conditions and From starlit-lan- d ideas. Time was when man with swell close cropped locks and a clenn shav- An angel soldier's clear notes tell en face was looked upon askance, Of love and pence thy son who died but now, only the very aged, or perGone back to God. son with a defect to hide, wears the James Blythe Anderson. hair bedecked apex. We are living faster, but longer, faEter because PYTHIAN MEMORIAL SERVICE and aro scores of things happen 110 known of by all, where once ono only Rough River Lodge No was heard of. We may truly add that Knights of Pythias will hold its anwe believe that the great body is liv- nual memorial service in memory of ing better than in the daya of "Old". its departed brothers at o'clock, Sunday afternoon, at the Ab a result ot the passage of a Methodist church in Hartford, Ky., registration law by the last Demo- at which time the following order of cratic General Assembly of our State service will be carried out. over the protest of ever Republican All members of tho lodge meet at member thereof, and really over the the Lodge Hall 2 o'clock and march protest of many members, Democrats, in a body to tho church. thereof and over Governor Morrow's At Church cto, It will be necesbary for every Music man and woman in the btate to regis-to- r Prayer Judge W. H. Barnes at tho regular polling places on Music July tho 10 or Hth, provided they do Introduction ..Hon. Otto C. Martin not wish to lose the right to vote in Address Rev. A. H. Anthony all primaries and general elections. Central City, Ky. It makes no difference whether you Decoration of the graves by the have Just turned 21 or are Comimlttee. and reside and twenty-on- e upon the Bpof where you were born BECAUSE and reared, you must, under this law passed, uncalled for, and wholly use(Mary Coles Carrington) less, by the Democrats leave your Father says he wants to know Why I love my kitten so. work and regular duties and go out to be registered, or elso you will 'Cause she's soft, and gray, or 'cause She has four white velvet paws? bavo lost your right to participate In the selection of tho officers from Constable up. This is a hugb finan- 'Cause her eyes are big and bright And she will not scratch or bite? cial burden placed upon our public treasury and calls for an immense Cause sho'll 'muse rrio all the day, Chase her tail, and run and play? loss of time when taken as a whole, but under the act It Is not to be avoided. Wo do not hesitate to 'Course I love my lltle cat, Nothln' funny about that! agree that registering ot voters In large cities, such as Louisville and a Due the reason is, you see, I love her 'cause she loves met. ftw other swltbln Jhe State Is a very $2,-60ns te half-centu- ry ed two-thirty one-hundr- ed NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent Oo a new address must glvo the old (ddress in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per llje for each insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards pi Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for MCh head line and slgnautre, money U advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per Jmt other advertisements, jrord. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. al i good rule and where n man does not know hla next door neighbor, necessary. But in the country districts, such as this In which we reside It Is an absolute wnste of tlmo and money. Wo know our neighbors and nt no tlmo In the history of Ohio County, In our knowledge extending over a period of 35 years and more, has (here ever been an attempt to Import voters or to vote those without their legal attainments--. There havlnc could be no other use or purpose In such an unwarranted law .'Xs the Democrats passed during the last session of the legislature, If It was passed for honest purposes. But ngaln, we wish to Impress upon our readers that It Is necessary to register, whether you favor the law or not, that has nothing to do with the WTa will crlvrt nttior nrifl fur mn tA ther notice in these columns concerning the various details. RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION "i STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuke.) Babe Ruth will finish paying his barnstorming bonus tomorrow As a usual nsm Special In Farm Tools! ' j thing a girl likes a beau that is well-strun- g and easy to pull. How are wo mortals on tho ground to get moonshine from nn airplane) legger? Maybe they'll radio it down to us. We see Hdrb Hoover Is taking our-se- lf farm tools, but when these are sold we cannot offer you more at the same price; so if you are interested you had better telephone us or come in at once: One One One One One One One One One One One One One One One 55.00 55.00 140.00 11.00 16.50 13.50 ; 13.50 Chilled Plow No. 11 Vulcan 9.00 New Ground Plow at Averv 50.00 No. 25 Oliver Disc Cultivator at ; 60.00 hitch John Deere Stag Sulkey with 15.50 Harrow John Deere eveners 40.00 Averv Tornado 10-1- 6 disc harrow, with 40.00 Cultivator Oliver 40.00 eveners with I. H. C disc Harrow, 10-1- 6 61.00 Black Hawk 2tow Corn Planter, with fertilizer at We are going to offer one each of the following steps to stop the rise in the price ot conl. We arc not going to get warm now by worrying about the cost of coal when winter and frosty weather Is some six monthb h'nee. Tommy Leach and Herb Porfr to enter tho Commercial Hotel the other day to register, so the presumption is. They made a few circles out in tho street, tnon bead d for the entrance, climbed the djnr 4 ffet of steps but tho durncd was too narnw and they could rot get their "Tin Liz" through tho onen-in- g and into tho lobby. Fortunately Liz was unharmed Inwardly, sustaining only minor abrasions and scratches, in addition to the br .iking of a rod in her supporting reaffair, gions. The top, a was not damaged. t We found a dead jaybird in the street In front of our domicile the other afternoon and were curious to know just how it met its untimely end, but after being told that Tommy Leach and Herb Porter had been motoring out that way the mysterious ' demise of the Blue Jay was explained he was flying low, too fast to rise, and wag simply overtaken. su-.'ace no-ma- John Deere Disc Cultivator John Deere Lime Sower, with agitator New Idea Spreader, 75 bushel with wide spread at No. 19 Oliver Chilled Plow at No. 11 Rose Clipper Plows at Moline Chilled Plow at ch $ y 50-too- th rse I The items listed above are all new, and we. are making you this price to get you started THIS WAY. but little ground. 375.00. One 40-hor- se plow and tracks, has broken One Moline Universal Tractor, with Is in good shape and we will be glad to demonstrate it at 20-hor- We went to Beaver Dam on business Tuesday, with Alfred Stewart. There happened to be a circus in town on that date and Alf had to take his little boy into the side shows, the main circus and the aftermaths before we could get started'home. Alf said there was simply no way to deny the little boy and he just had to do It. We had no little boy and no possible basis for an excuse to the Missus, so we spent the time sitting on a fence post, watching the come and of hugo of as complete a mix-u- p manity as possible to view In this section of the vineyard. We were surprised too at the enjoyment we got out of the time thus spent. power Atlas Engine, power Stationary Boiler, one boiler, feed pump, and water heater, $650.00. One pair Mules, Wagon and Harness. We have just received two cars of Buggies, both Delker and Hercules, prices se We carry a complete line of Floor Coverings, Furniture, Stoves and Hardware. We buy from the FACTORY in quantities and pass the middleman's profit on to you. from $80 to $125. "COME AND SEE" J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS i Both Phones L BEAVER DAM, KY. Both Phones I a manner, at We saw Albert Cox In Beaver Dam' McFluke In just such early date, tnat. tney neer aBa.. Tuesday, (Al-ja- n on the Circus grounds even in a low bert happened to have business there; will mention his name dnv- - tnn nnrt when W told him breath. that that one of the show's managers told FERTILIZER. us that they were going to turn the bear loose he started to shimmy up Bone Meal Tobacco Grower and 16 a tent pole. After being assured that at per cent acid Phosphate there was nothing to the report he W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and 44t4 came down and shook both fists -- o . his whiskers in our face and dared "Maud says she puts her very ,,o, fi, flfht him., nnd it- hplnir our . ...... ... .. !., into ner coon,Ub. habit to take most everything offer-'hea- rt "She must have been heavy-hear- t. ed us, we made no exception in this Bos cake. case. Cox says he is going to fix , ed when she made this ton Transcript. both I. D. Claire and that simpleton -.-- vSS if I tS Now is Your Chance rm Star Theatre HARTFORD, KENTUCKY STARTING to get the utmost comfort in a KEEP-K00- L Summer Suit at a most moderate Friday, May 19th And one Episode Each Friday Night Thereafter Until Completed price. New Sport Models, New Fabrics and New Patterns. A KEEP-K00- L RUTH ROLAND i A Swift, Lightning-Spee- d Suit will IN "The Avenging Arrow" Serial of the West. Pep Than an ElecAction That Has More tric Current. A Drama That Hits The Bulls-Eye. satisfy you in every detail. Come in tomorrow and let us fit you in the style and model you want. Friday,May 19 Will Complete Our Serial "The Fatal Sign" Price of Admission for Friday, May 19th, . Carson 10c (L Co, Hartford, Kentucky. r j . Mr. L. T. Riley wont to Loulsvlllo i Inst'wtck-'m- l to attend the Derby. the proud parents of a baby boy, ' born Monday night. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heal, city, nro WASH MATERIALS! vV : Mr. Hnrry May has Gone to MoorTor Hal Four head of Mules, 16 man, where he has been assigned afl L. N. Depot agent. Iiauun iiik'1, "'"' unc iiuiBiem uuitu cow, fresh. 47tf CLAUD KINO, Hartford. Prof. Wilbur Rhoads End :i! S'.evenaon Mary Marks nml Mlldr-wore In Owensboro Friday. Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Martin, and ffffiflEgg 3IB mm oe, Get our special prices on Wash Materials for ten days only. Read below. Call and see the qualities, beautiful patterns, etc. 15c 25c 50c 30c $1.00 50c ?1.00 40c 25c 15c Fair quality Dress Gingham Best quality Gingham Middy Cloth, white n. n. n. n. little grandchildren, Dora Gwendolyn, and Mrs. Lymnn Scott and Lula D, nnd Earl Franklin Martin family have taken rooms with Mrs. were the guests of Mrs. Martin's parJohn R. PhlpDs, on Union St. ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. F. Flener, of Cronvwell, Sunday. Mary Smith, of Miss Mnrtha Centertown, Is the guest of her lath16 per cent acid FERTILIZER er, Attorney C. E. Smith and Mrs. phosphate, per ton $14.50 1.12 1. Smith, city. per ton Corn and wheat grower $30.00; 2.8.2. Tobacco grower $30 00 Hoosler Corn cash at the car. Ono and Two-rodrills. The most accurate corn plantD. L. D. SANDEFUR, 44t4 ers on the market. Beaver Dam. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hagerman Mr. nnd Mrs. C. T. Maddox of Bea have returned to their home In Louisguests ver Dam, were the week-en- d ville, after spending a few days, the of their son, Mr. C. II. Maddox, at guests of Mr. Hagermans' parents, Brandenburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Hagerman, city, and Mrs. Hagerman's parents, Mr. Miss Cllffle Felix has returned to and Mrs. H. II. Bennett, at Center-tow- n. her home here, after having taught In tho High School at McHenry, dur4 ing the past term. OLATOX Mr. Mr. E. V. Park will return to his Mr. Lewis Martin, substitute mall homo In Central City, Sunday, after clerk, left Monday to take a run on being th,o guest of relatives In this I. C. train 101 and 22. city, since Wednesday. Miss Nina Lyons Is visiting Mrs. Dam this A. Daniel in Beaver Cecil H. Heavrln, J. Mr. and Mrs. week. with Mr. city, spent the week-en- d Mrs. M. J. Wing returned Monday Heavrln's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. from a visit in Evansvllle, Ind. M. Heavrln, at HawesvIHe. There was a dance given Friday night at the W. O. W. Hall, which Mis litry Louise Mitchell, of was well attended. Duni'ee, spent from Monday until C. B. Lyons and family drove to Wednesday In Hartford, the pursi of Beaver Dam Sunday. Tappan. MIsi Mary Louise Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stone of Fords-vill- e, visited their parents here Sun Messrs. J. P. and J. D. Coleman, of day. Louisville, attended the burial of Miss Floy and Geneva Daniel went their aunt, Mrs. Mary Williams at to Horse Branch Monday. Goshen, last Friday afternoon. Mr. Lum GIvens, of McHenry, has charge of the section crew this week Mrs. Kate Hedrlck returned to her in the absence of J. M. Stone, who Is homo In Owensboro, Wednesday, af off on a leave. ter spending a few days In Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stone are visitthe guest of Mrs. D. H. Barnes. ing their daughter in Indianapolis, Ind., this week. Misses Minerva and Cesna JohnC. B. Acton went to Beaver Dam son, who resided In this city during Sunday. the school months, have returned to Mrs. M. C. Stone and Miss Christn their country home, near Blshenor. Bruner went to Owensboro Tuesday. Magistrate J. T. Schroeter of R. F. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter, Mrs. D. No. 2 was in town Monday. Ross Bennett, Mrs. W. C. Overhults Mr. J. L. Smith, who is working and Miss Marlon Hill were In Owens- in Louisville, came home Friday to boro Thursday of last week. spend the week end with relatives here. Miss Florence Nelson, who has Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faught and been teaching In tho local high school daughter, of Beaver Dam, were in during the past year will return to Olaton Sunday, guests of H. E. Monher homo near Henderson, today. roe. Miss Hattle May is visiting her Mrs. Fon Rogers of Lexington, brother, W. C. May in Beaver Dam, spent Tuesday and Wednesday In this this week. city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Miss Elsie Ford, of Dans, visited Isaac Foster, at the Commercial Ho- her brother, Cullle Ford, Tuesday. tel. Mrs. Jesse Lynch went to Narrows Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett spent BEAVEIl DAM with Mrs. Bennett's tho week-en- d brother, "Mr. L. P. Bennett and famQuite a crowd attended the show ily In the Shlnkle Chapel neighborhere Tuesday. hood. Mr. Jodie Duvall, of Owensboro, on business. A. Johnson, Superintendent is In town this week, Mr. J. Miss Cairle McKlnney, of Simmon, of tho Bond Tie Company, Albany, week, attending ihe Ala., returned to that city Tuesday, h in town this Commencement exercises. week-en- d with his after spending the Quite an excitement was caused in family here. our Jown Tuesday when an airplane from Coakland, Ind., arrived. It will Word has been received In this remain here until Thursday. city that Mrs. A. D. Buskin, formerly Taylor, of Cromwell, is Mr. of this city, but now of Houston, visiting his sister, Mrs. Guy McDan-le- l, Texas, recently underwent a successthis week. ful operation. Miss Hazel Maddox and brother, of McHenry, are visiting relatlvca and Cant. Alex Ranney has returned to friends at this place. his homo In Arkansas, after spending Mr. Vick Stewart, of near Hartseveral days in the Cromwell country, ford, Is guest of his Ed Mr. visiting relatives. Stewart. Austin MIes Goldia and Paulino Mr and Mrs. C. P. Mldklff, of were In Centertown Sunday. Fordsvlile, spent a few days this Mr. Clyde Ralph, of Owensboro, week. In H.utford, the guests of Mr. was In town Saturday and Sunday. Mldklff? sister, Mrs. G. A. Ralph Mr. Herbert Stewart is erecting a ana Sheriff Ralph. no7 dwelling house In the Jarnagln 15-da- I H iliii2HHtIB&9QiBRBilllllflKk r SkSiiiiVBiiiiiiiiiiiiiHflPv Sheer Organdies, fancy 40-iParis Muslin, white 40-iFancy Organdy Pure Linens, all shades 36-iFancy Linens Shepherd Check Suiting Apron Gingham 3G-i- Kimona Cloth 36-iShirting Silk Percales n. n. Cotton Serge 3G-i- 25c 35c 79c 20c HERE'S a Shoe particularly suitable for young men and older men as well, who like striking elegance in their footwear. It's a genuine Edmonds "FOOT-FITTEhard to duplicate for twice the price in Style, Comfort and Quality. Our genuine Edmonds' "FOOT-FITTERare the only Shoes in the world which have camps and solid sole leathboth er boxes. They are Combination in both last and pattern and fit the feet all over like the paper on a wall. Solid leather all thru. S" R" These, with many other fancy wash materials are on sale at special prices. l full-leng- th Price $7.00 CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. . I H The Hartford FRIDAY Republican, MAY 10 Mr. John boro, was In Hartford Tuesday. KHey Heflin of Owens- Fresh fruits and vegetables all kinds, at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Morris and Parke Taylor were in Owensboro last Saturday. FOR SALE Price $75.00. TICHENOR-MILLER EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. At The Best Stunds. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS SMOKE Oliver Ctiltivators One Ford Chassis, 46t3 MOTOR CO. Mr. S. S. May, city, lias accepted a position as mine foreman of tho Centertown mine. Mr. Rufus Belcher of near Roches- Swat the fly early, boxes for 25c. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ester, is tho guest of his son, Mr. Fred Belcher and Mrs. Belcher, city. Mrs. lllnton Leach were Mr. and Mr. Anla Jones, has gone to the In OwonBboro Monday. Washington country to work on tho Mr. Arthur Loach made a business farm' with his brothor, Noatloy Jones. trip to Owonsboro Wednesday. Just received n car of Universal you C. Browning, Blshenor, Portland Comont. Can make Mrs. Melvln 44t4 In attractive prices . with relatives apont ths vcok-oiW. E. ELLIS & BRO. thin city. ul WANTED 4Ctlp T- Good farm hand. Sco WILSON WARD. Route 3, Hartford. Mr. Whlttler Rogers, who has boen attending, school at Centro College, has returned to his homo near orom-wel- l. - Mr. Morcer Tolbert, of Owensboro, ALUMINUM WARE Double boil is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. H. ers, Sauce Pans, Peculators, your Gillespie, city. choice at $1.00. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr. W. E. Ellis mndo a business OwonBboro Tuesday, returntrip to Mrs. W. C. Logan and little; son, Messrs. McDowell Foglo and J. I. ing Wednesday. HIUe-burof the Hartford Herald, Emmett, left Wednesday for Goodman, Ky., where they will spend sevwent to Louisville Saturday, to attend Rev. Granvll Jaggers, Hartford, R. eral days, the guests of Mrs. Logan'B the races. a visitor at tills F. D. No. 3, waa Payne. mother, Mrs. Wednesday. G. P. Jones, city, Is spendMrs. We are agents for the genuine Coca ing a week with her son, Mr. Noatley Miss Irenq Coffmun of Ceutortown, Mrs. Jones in tho Washing- Cola. Will have a supply at' plant Jones and was the gueBt of Miss Helen ' oA'irfii' at all times. ton country. city, Tuesday night. ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. Cnpt. J. A. Clark, of Owensboro, 4B-In OwMrs. J. I. Goodman, city, la Monday until Thursday spent from ensboro, Visiting her daughters, Rev. Russell Walker, Pastor of the In Hartford, the guest of his son, Mr. Allen nnd Edward Dea Hartford Baptist church, Rev. C. C. , Clark. W. A. Daves, pastor of the Beaver Dam D. Mrs. B.. J. Duff, Narrows, R. F. and Mr. Roscoo Louise Frost, Grade Leo Baptist Church Misses No. 1, and Mrs. O. W. Duff, Dundee, Frolsburg, Emlllo Pendleton, Messrs. James, Beaver Dam, are among those Monday. were callers at this office Folly, of Central in attendance of the Southern BapBill Finch and City, were the guosts of Miss Pendle- tist Convention, at Jacksonville, Fla. Miss Cesna Shultz, city, Is th dl father, Dr. E .B. Pendleton and guest of her sister, Mrs. Harold Blon-- ton's Place your order with W. E. ELLIS Washington, D. Mrs. Pendleton, city, Sunday. and Mr. Blondl, at & BRO. for any freight you want de C. We are the exclusive agents for livered out of Owensboro by truck. the Budwelser Beer In Ohio County. Will make dally round trips as often STRAYED OR STOLEN One large, wo get sufficient tonnage. Also left hind Have a car load on hands. Place as dark bay horse, with white carry passengers. Make W. E. ELyour order by phono or by mall. . see foot. Finder please write or LIS & BRO., your waiting place.. ELLIS ICE CO., O. A. BLANCHARD, 453t 45-W. E. ELLIS, Hartford. Hartford, Ky. ' McHenry, R. 1, near Central drove. 45t4 g, of-fl- co Wes-torflel- d, 4t Mes-damee 4t Buy an Oliver Riding Cultivator for better plowing. Ride instead of walk, cultivate more acres, which means more and better corn when cultivated with Oliver Cultivators. We can furnish you either Disc or Shovel. addition. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Taylor and two tons, of Vero, Florida, have arrived "t here to spend the summer. The Baccauleaureato sermon was ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. delivered Sunday night, by Bro. C. C. Daves. Tho members of the senior class this year were: MlsBes Iva Ren der, Hazel Austin Martin, Catherine Moorman. Carrie Taylor, Florence Taylor, LUa Raines, Pauline Barnard, Delia Hazelrlgg; Messrs. Clyde Taylor and Leonard Baker. Mrs. Clyde Leach of Leltchfield, was guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy last week. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Myers of McHenry, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy TIchenor, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cllnes, of Owensboro, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy AUTOMATIC Muffett this week. Complete Line of i. ITT T "T VVe invilt; BASE BALL GOODS! xuui inapctuuii. T .MMAltnM , Umo touniy urug company ol to make their changeo. The rcytfi-men- ts CONTROL system jao tor a train-contrOF TRAINS IS NEXT very exacting. Tho mechanism uujBt Mandy, Ib Alter years of Investigation 0f the work In all kinds of weather nd Rastus (at the dance) all possible conditions ;1t mutt subject, tho Interstate commerce comyour program full? englnoer shtml&f Mandy Lawdy no; It takes mo' mission has ordered 40 of the leading bo on tho Job If tho country to install forget and "run by," or evou U hw dan two triflln' sandwiches an a cup railroads of the post, .er of tea to fill man program. Tho automatic systems to prevent colli- should 'suddenly die at his will have till 1924 has sometimes happened, Owl. sions. Tho roads , I. hwwn uj- II V EATS ANYTHING Is about over. $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper ?W56 JUST ANY TIME AND FEELS FINE Mrs. Dora Fulton Declares She Was Hardly Able To Dress Herself Before Taking Tanlac, But is Now Springfield Union Pretty soon Bill Bryan will he denying that the ancestor of the Domocratlc party was the old familiar donkey. Progressive Teacher Even If should not get Muscle Shoals he has turned the eyes of tho people of the United States to see the limitless water power of tho South, Mr. Ford A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of The Hartford Republican -- Birmingham News At that, taxation without representation wasn't much worse than taxation without AND- Well and Strong. Mrs. Dora Fulton, 27 87 W. Sixth St., Cincinnati, Ohio, has added her testimony to the thousands who have been benefited by Tanlac. She said: "I was so run down 1 Just felt good for nothing all tho time. 2 had no appetite to .speak of and the Mttle 1 did eat upset mo so that I was in misery for hours. My food formed g.i' that bloated mo until I could hardly breathe. I was constipated I and had dull, mean headache couldn't sleep nights and often would wake up w.ith a jump. I could scarcely tlresa myfelf, much less do any housework "Wsll, Tanlrr did mo so much good I think I ran cat anything, any time. My sleep is sound and restful, I can easily do my housework, and 1 I just bink feel fine all the time Tanlac Is the beat medicine a 'he limitation. New York Tribune It Js not surprising that the printers in the German bureau of money engraving have struck. They had to work for three days in order to make enough marks to pay them one day's wages. Indlannuolls News Another thing Conan Doylo has failed to tell the people Is whether there are political campaigns In the spirit world. Scientific American There Is n certain typo of Individual we have all met him who Is never so happy He has as when he Is unhappy. "grouch" for breakfast, grievance for lunch, and dines sumptuously every day on suspicion, envy and well sea soned hate. In overy sphere of hu man life you may find these unfor tunates; but nowhere do they bulk so big, and blare so noisily, as In p.MltiCH and .n th press. $1.75 I The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Lebanon, Mo. Before the faculty of 1 the State Teachers' College at Springfield recently this lad baffled the bearers of the educational torch by asa-fetldn, K.OVt KJ '"" rTiTWifnujmMi WW -- a, spelling correctly such words as formaldehyde, Ipecac, uphar-sl- I Gethsemane and last but not least, honorlficabllitudlnltatlbus. The j Succeed when everything; el fails. t In nctvoui proatiatlom utid female teachers were left spellbound. they are the suprvtnp f vealnesve tm.euy, m lhousar.Cs have testified. IRON PORTIjANI) CEMENT Pilfers so1v:ai;mthcjubu . a FOR KIDNCY. LIVER AND English manufacturers have found i it is world." , the 5, mcuicine ever sold a now way to incorporate blast fur- fr over o drujGk 's counter. Tanlac Is sold by all good , .rrm i nace slag In Portland cement, the pronM1i , FOR FLETCHER'S duct being known as "Iron Portland 4 P DEI'EW NOW 88 YEARS OLD. cement." After the lime, s'llcn and A alumina have been combined In tho o Apparently hale and hearty. Forusual way to mako cement the promer Senator Chauncey M. Deptw goe ANCIENT IOI1S INTEREST duct is ground and mixed with about ETHNOLOGISTS 30 per cent of pulverized slap. The about jubilant and smiling. "1 am pretty well satisfied with this world addition of the Some time ago mortuary urns were Is said to increase the and mean to stay in It as long as I were strength of can," he said on his SSth birthday. unearthed in Tennessee in which the cmont because it ina type about FOR PERSONAL IIYr.IF.HF. creases the amount of collodisl silica Dissolved la water see more hope for the future of the found grains of corn of "I for douche slope midway betwen the true flint variety In the product. world now than at any time-- within pe!Wc catarrh, ulceration and inflam-natio- n Recommended by Lydia E. seven years." He believes and popcorn. As no such cereal oc the last except in the West In Pinlchatn Med. Co, for ten yeart. when a person is not In good health curs anywhere A healing wonder for nam! catarrh, being, and this year 1922 the he should take stock. Mr. Dep:w has dies ethnologists regard the Tonnes-se- e man ore throat and tore eyef Economical. JUDGE BINGHAM camp will be bigger and it only costs given up drinking, smoking and eatfind as indicating th'at the anHi citrjMiintr cltuiici tnd rmucJl pnwer. Ohio County IS COMING BACK a little bit because Chicago's Board ing of red meat. He advocates mod- cient American traveled back and .gfl. ThtPntouTy-iOTairaiiHuloo. Kim. of Education is back of It all and eration in all things. "Don't over- forth between our continent and the they had In Dark Dis- the camp's not run to make money Will Make 3 Speeches CIRCUIT COURT work," he advises. "Don't overplay, West Indies or at least that but to make true Americans so I don't overeat. Most of all, don't some means for the exchange of protrict For Meets first Monday In March, May Association. really think every boy that you overdrink. Learn to smile." ducts. and July; third Monday in September reach should know. Don't you? and fourth Monday In November: Hopkinsvllle, Ky. May 10 Judge you tell 'em! MACHINE MEASURES KISSES FROM PALM BEACH ikIrc George S. Wilson, Owensboro "Yours for Better Boys," Robert Bingham, of Louisville, InTO NEW YORK 1JY AIR Glover II. Cary, Coni'th. Attorney L. EWERTSEN. stigator of the organization of the In the movies kisses are ordinarily Calhoun. V. 4 tobacco growers of both the burley Making only one stop en route, C. measured by the foot but Prof. J. Clerk Frank Black. TRACKS OK HUGE ANIMALS and the dark districts, will deliver at U. S. marine Breitwelser of tho University of Cali- MnMer Commissioner D. H. Ellis. L. Webster, former least three speeches In the dark dis corps aviator, piloted a seaplane car- fornia has developed a machine for Trustee Jury Fund L. 11. Tichenor. A strange prehistoric animal whose rying 1600 pounds from Palm Beach, doing the work far more accurately trict this month. COUNTY COURT It is a modified On May 17 he will speak at Fulton, foot and five toes and measured 11 Fla., to New York In nine hours 50 and scientifically. Convenes first Monday in each Ky; on May 20 at Owensboro, Ky; nches across left a track in Kentucky minutes, a speed of 130 miles an form of the sphygmanomonieter, used month: and on May 27 at Clarksvllle, Tenn. j rock which has lately been dlscover-A- t hourjwhlch he believes Is a new time for detecting lies, and the inventor Judge R. R. Wedding. klh's, acFulton he will address the ed. Near by was found the foot County Atfy. Otto C. .Martin. AVebster flew at an average calls it tho "klssograph." A of Groups Ono and Two of print of a three-toe- d animal while on leight of 1800 feet over the 1010 mile cording to Prof. Breitwelser, affects Clerk Guy Ranney. the Kentucky Bankers Association, j another stone plateau are the tracks Journey, but at times, owing to dense the blood pressure of both kisser and Sin-rifA Safe Old Fashioned G. A. Ralph; Deputies: i Bankers of practically all the coun- - j 0f a herd of animals, all evidently ex- - fogs, he was compelled to fly as low kissee. If it amounts to anything at Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Remedy for Worms ... ah as 20 feet above the ground. ilea ui iwimviv w..v. naui umui ii$ iuic auu Jicav). P. Jones. Part all. The machine, by registering thit Seventy. fire rertcontin-uoutui- o how much district are members of one or the this vicinity a fossil tooth as large way he guided his course by compass. effect, indicates Just it tnobetttesti-moni- .l Jailer Nat Hudson. FREY'S YERMIFUCE as a loaf of bread was found some In the same machine In 1921 he es- "kick" there is In tho oscillatory other of these groups. QUARTERLY COURT can offer you. Judge Bingham will address the years ago. tablished a record in taking four salute, if any. 'onvents first Monday In each month. Keep a bottle always on Marketing" e bankers on passengers up 19,500 feet. Webster, hund. It will help keep FISCAL COURT Magistrate 'Can't this case he setand with special reference to Its rethe little onea healthy r, who has been retained by Vincent Convenes Tuesday after first Monreand happy, lr0 lation to banking. Doubtless his the millionaire, as his "aerial tled out of court?" day in January; first Tuosday in FOR FLETCHER'S 30cabotletjroufniitcit'or Mulligan Sure, sure; that's what marks will be given closest attention I cneitl note; or if your dealer chauffeur," instructed Mrs. Astor in April and October, R. R. Wedding cn'ttupibryou,endhnnm ' by the bankers and possibly some defwe was tryln' to do, yer honor, whin piloting before the war. d 30c in lUroni and wr'U County Judge, presiding. police Interfered. United Presend you botile promptly. inite and concerted plan of action the t 1st DMrlct J. P. McCoy, Hartford E. ft $. BUY. EiItiiMri, Ul. IIARXKTT'S CREEK may bo decided upon by the bankers byterian. NEWSPAPER SCRAPS 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- of the district. town. Costlgan Don't you say you ain't Farmers in this- - vicinity are exAt Clarksvllle and at Owensboro tly Duluth there done nothin.' Q. B. Brown, Simmons iJnl District Judge Bingham's addresses will im- ceedingly busy, taking advantage of :ic way to cut the patterns of p;.ice lth District J. R. Murphy, Madigan And why not? the pretty weather. cammediately precede the active a Mr. Edwin Mason was in Buford, without having few 3craps left over. Costigan Because that Isn't good paign for members In Montgomery WILL nth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart Monday, on business. English. and Daviecs counties. Conditions in TAKE Winnipeg Free Press The little ford, R. F. D. No. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Med Chapman were Madigan Faith, I'm glad to hear both counties are in excellent shape countries have an uneasy feeling that It, Mack Martin, Narrows. flth District for by the powers, nayther am I. and after hearing Judge Bingham it guefcts Friday of Mr. Chapman's sis- if Europe Is left to help herself she R. f D .No. 2. Mr. Catholic Standard and Times. Is expected the signing will go with ter, Mrs. Taylor Ralph and will take a second helping. 7th DMiict- - J. Walter Taylor, Bia-ve- r Ralph of the Ralph country. n rush. A Tra:fcir,l Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. MARRIED STEPMOTHER; Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhoads and o Southern Ruralist In a searching AND NOW SEPARATED BOARD OF EDUCATION family spent Sunday '5 for WEAK 'with Mrs. Suggestion for a Camping Trip Supcrliitriifieiit Mrs. I. S. Mason I Rhoads' parents, Mr. uid Mrs L L. examination to find out what ails iJoMtDl.rlD. 'TmJj LUNGS 01 Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic agriculture one thing above all is Convenes First Monday in evry Six months after his father died, Trogdon. Remedy before leavand Diarrhoea clear ve have been poor producers. leaving him 150,000, John Vander-grif- t, month. Mrs. I. S. Mahon, S. S. O. C. COIISUMPTIOK who Mrs. Jesse Chapman, has ing home. As a rule it cannot bo Secretary-Treasurof New York, now 22 years old. and been spending a few weeks with her Ve have not done even as well as we it obtained when on a hunting, fishdaughter, Mrs. Taylor Ralph, nt ourselves knew, and there are among married his stepmother and put his R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief (or that tired, run down feclioc ing or prospecting trip. Neither can Ralph, us some mighty hard sinners, wheth- stocks and bonds in her name when R. F. D. No. C. cousin, paint in chrit. nlcht iweali. liemor it he obtained while on board the cars Mis returned homo Sunday the, er past redemption or not time alono sho suggested that she was better W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- ihaeci, weak lunci or consumption. K it doe Eulu Mao Hoover was not belp you it costs you nolhiod- or steamships and, at such times and guest Saturday ( ford, R. F. D. No. 3. and Sunday of KHm will tell. As we have so often said able to handle them. Whon Mrs. Lock dox 610 places it is most likely to bo needed. before, there is no organization or Vandergrift announced her Intention Nat LIndloy, Centortown, R. F D 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS, o Hazel Bartlett. with Tho safe way is- to havo it system of marketing that can possibly to go abroad for several years young Otis Stevens, Denver Dam. Mr. Lou Hoover, who has been ill you. m J make up the loss due to poor prepara Vandergrift, afraid she might at- Claud Renfrow, Dundee. for some time, Is convalescent. tion of soil, the planting of poor tempt to dispose of his securities, obExaminations. seed, poor and improper cultivation, tained a temporary Injunction re"YE GENUS HOY" NEW ORLEANS WOMAN IS For Common School Diplomas-?- and wrong methods of harvesting. straining her. Fourth Friday and Saturday in JanMOTHER OK TWENTV-OX- E Moreover, there Is nothing beyond (With apologies to K. C. B.) uary, and Second Friday and Satur BOY CAN SPELL ANYTHING right Down at LaPorte, Indiana day In May. To bo held 'n Fords-vlllMrs. Jacob Carnack, "champion the faim that can do as much to on Silver Lake there Is a wonderful, mother" of New Orleans, La., holds double the farmer's return as the Beaver Dam and Hartford. wrote his When Noah Webster level plain walled in by wooded the marvelous record of giving birth farmer can do himself on his own Certificates For Third place. voluminous essay on tho Incompre- Friday and Saturday In May, Juno hills and here is Camp Roosevelt to twenty-on- e children in twenty-on- o hensibility of the English langunge and September. Except notice is named after n great American who years. In u little grocery store at i Waterbury Republican Tho dan-- ! to human logicians he didn't count given to the contrary the latter exloved boys and men and 1 think No. 1700 Port street New Orleans, boy she tolls from 6 o'clock In the morn- ger is that the discussion of spiritism, ton four-yeovery American old Fern Waterman of aminations will be hold in Hartford. f and his dad should know about this ing until late at night. Aside from Inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's OTHER OFFICERS camp for I was thero last year Tnv Commissioner It. F. Keown, occasional headaches, Mrs. Caranek tdlstlngulshed presence, will encour-ha- s FcelirlRht oil tho time. Don't lay off end 1 saw boys from everywhere In Fordsvlllo. novor been ill, she says. Tenof'ase tho tricksters and humbugs In days by this line to revive and rosurae their Survcjnr C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo from work for Liv- - Vtr-Lu- x taking calomol the U. S. A. grow tanned and rug- her children are living. when pleasant keeps yon -ged and alert under regular army activities. Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo relievingyour troubt high School CUTS TEETH AT 1)2 YEARS le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorit Run. officers and picked tako anything else. You can't afford Youth's Companion Some perHARTFORD teachers for there Is a summer it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By& After wearing false teeth for 40 sons seem to think that life is a movPolico Judge J. D. Holbrook. school as you should know and tern ami relieves constipation. A nat Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. crack athlotic coaches for the boys yoars, John Brlnker, of Elyrla, Ohio, ing stairway; that all a man has to ural remedy, natural in its actions, Bur and sang and box- 92 years old and n Civil war veteran, do is to stop aboard and be carried to in its effect and certain in resultfe. I Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. Bwam and hiked won't bo long before Liv- x win and studied French is now cutting his third set of teeth. the top. ed and drilled ROCKPORT completely displace calomel in ever and algebra and ate, (Josh, how thoy When his jaws began to swell ho Robert L.Green, Judge home. Children can tako It freely arwl thought he had tho mumps. Ills Montopoller Argus It Is reported with perfect safety. Every bottlo ato and their proud parents came Lee W. Phorson, Marshall. 50c and $1 in bottles. Noriq and watched and pralsod Major F. dentist refuses to take baok the false that liquor smuggling in Florida has Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without tho likeness and slgna! who Is a big man and teeth so Undo John will keep them been reducod to a minimum which L. Reals W. II Blackburn, Clerk. turoof L. K. Grigbby. For Bile by " 7YiV " X Indicates that tho tourist season there Jcuowa the boya' game and la a hu- - as a souvenir. StiUI Mason, Treasurer. -i, a, Children Cry CASTO R fEvery Woman Wante blast-furna- I DIRECTORY T. J -- & irrMothers 51 tzse FortheChildrenZ-- Yermiriree f I i Ohildren Cry As-to- CASTO RA (lcrnld--rtiiparo"!- YOU. OUR 2mm GERMINAL REMEDY pMltCm er r rj o ,ONE MONTH f - of USE LI AX e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation, red-blood- ar - Ver-Lo- guar-antec- d. "in r mmtvMt hao, i 4 w FARM DEPARTMENT. Circular fliitlini'M . CORN AND SOYBEANS GOOD COMBINATION hav- - ' 4444 Cooperntlic .Mnrlu-lliiK- which liavo been established during the pait few years, according to u new circular on this subject written by O II. Joncss, chief of the section of markets at the Kentucky Aurlcul- tural Kxperlment Station. Th now publication points out how .such associations can be of value to farmers and outline tho osgentlals It also for Biiccess In optimization. Includes a copy of tho HIiiKham. Co- operatlo Marketing Act ns pasted by tho last session or tno State i.ogls- Uture. Tho circular, which is No. " 1 in, may bo obtained free by writing tho station. Lexington, Ky., May IB. Fanners wasn t afraid of his parents, Adam linvo ronllznl tho vnluo of cooperative and I.vt, hut of nomoono else. It marketing an Indicated by tho many wa.i r,lo said that Cain built a city, cooperative marketing organizations He wouldn't build ono Just for Adam and I've mih! 'himself. It Is ovldei.t tho world was peopled at this time, that men nnd women married, and Mint some followed the occupation of fanvors and others were nomads. ' - thnt somcono would kill him for Ihk killed his brother, Alio'. IncroiwiMl Acreage Murks Interest Ho In Double Crop. Lexington, Ky., May 15. Pros- pects are favorablo for a nero crop of soybeans in corn In Ken tticky this year, according to Ralph Konnoy, crops extension specialist of Pnrm tho Collogo of Agriculture. ers In all parts of tho State are showing Increased Interest In this combl- -i nation which has proved to bo an economical ono for pork production when hogged off and valuable ns a soil Improver when tho bean vinos are allowed to rot on tho ground after the hogging off or the corn harvest, ho said. 'In planting tho combination this year, many farmers will uso bean attachments on their corn planters while- others will mix the bean and corn soeel In equal parts and drill or check thorn with the same plates and chain combinations that they uso for seeding an ordinary stand of corn. Tho beans feed faster than the corn, thus making it unnecessary to change tho combination in order to get the required stand of beans. Both the beans and corn may bo planted by hand. "Only three to flvo bushels of beans aro needed on an acre to furnish sufficient protein to balance a 40 to 50 bushel an acre corn crop. by This amount may bo obtained six to ten pounds of seeding from ban seed in tho samo row with corn. The beans should be planted not more than ono Inch deep and when planted on ground that has not grown beans before should be Inocu- it ' j GALLON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In i (5IKIS IIKA. "Theso college girls," said tho clergyman, as he gazed at tho whlto A COLI.KUU and superb ranks of tho beautiful graduates, "aro a boon to tho race. They Introduco now Ideas. "I christened the other day the first baby of a married college glrj. Now, babies usually cry whllo they aro bolng christened, but this one iwns as quiet as a lamb. Throughout Annual Soil Meeting Dates Are An- tho ceromony It smiled up beautifulnounced, ly In my face. y Lexington, Ky., May 15. Well madam,' said I to the young meetings hold each year for Kentucky wlfo nt tho christening's ond, 'I f.irmer.s on the soil experiment ilelds must congratulato you- on your llttlo being conducted over tho State by tho jono's behavior. I have christened Kentucky Agricultural Kxperlment more than 2,000 babies, but never tills year will lie held May fore christened ono that behaved as 24, 25 and 2fi and Juno 1, 2 and 3, well as yours.' "The young mother smiled de-l- n it has been announced at tho station. line with plans of similar meetings muroly. 'No wonder he bohaved held In former yvars, the ones for well,' she said. 'Ma father and I, this ear will bo doslgned to point with a pall of water.havo been prac-oImportant methods of soil Im- - ticlng christening on him for the last provement us brought out by oxpurl- - 10 days.' " Philadelphia Record -- 4monts on tho Holds. may chop Kici'or.T Tho schedule of meetings for tho different fields follow: Tho condition of Kentucky's wheat Here, May 21; Farlston, Laurel county, May 25; CniupbolUvllle, May crop Indicates a probable production 2C; Mayfleld, Juno 1; Lone Oak, Mc- -' of about S, 330, 000 bushels this lated. combination county, June 2 and Green- - son, compared to 0,340,000 bushels The soybean-cor- n finally produced last year, according merits the increased Interest being ille, Juno 3. Results obtained on the flolds dur- - to tho May crop iepor. for Kentucky taken in It by farmers, Mr. Kenney ing the past year havo boon more Issued today ly 'he U S. Hi'rsau believes. "When grown in corn as mrlklnK than those obtained In any of Markets and Crrp KsMmaic-- In cr- - outlined and hogged off, the beans prevlons year, George Roborts, head operation with Siato Commissioner produco from 150 to.,200 jiounds of C. Uanna rr.iba- - pork more an acre than is secured i of the station agronomy department ot Agriculture "The paid. In general they havo homo bio production of rye for grain is corn alone," he continued. obtained previously tlmated at 239,000 bushels compared seed costs from 25 to 30 cents an tlu results and show that most worn soils can to ISO, 000 bushels last year; and hay acre while tho return In pork Is $10 be restored to productiveness at a of all kinds about 1,271,000 tons or more an acre." profit As an average of all tho flolds, compared to 1.127,000 tons grown OX 28 limestone and acid phosphate) have last year. Actual production this DA5IAOK SUIT YIUKS, NOW SETTLED may prove greater or les3 produced an Increase of 14 bushels .soason .f corn. 1.275 pounds ot soybean hay, than these estimates depending on An echo of tho railway strike riots of wheat and 2,150 whether conditions aro particularly 7 5 bushels or unfavorable until of IS 94 In Chicago, which resulted In favorablo hay an acre. pounds of clover I freight the burning of seventy-fiv- e threshing and hay harvest. Wheat and rye camo through the cars belonging to the Illinois Central to soil buildMany points relative recent ing nnd crop rotation are expected to winter In excellent condition In most System, was heard In the mil tt Morula rnlllllv liV . counties but farmers In some of tho' Judgment . for .$38,000 which tho rail ,.T&, lirmif-li- f , "' ....- , .,..,....v . . ... i,. w , . .1... being conducted wheat growing counties report that roau ooiaineu ubuiub. tu wo demonstrations Writing in the Illinois wheat has been Injured some by tho , Chicago. with by farmers who are Magazine for May, District the College of Argicitlturo extension , wet weather and lato frosts this Central of the Kentucky's wheat acreage Attorney John G. Drennan II. Mc- - spring.. division and County Agent B. at Illinois Central reviews the work of Inteor. It Is said. One farmer will left for harvest now Is estimated acres compared to 034,000 the mob and cities the Illinois law use a four-yerotation and the Jncn--s fiimllv harvested lost year.. Con- - which makes cities and counties Ra , .. ... nn.i. ,i0mnnfrn of the damage elltlon May 1 this year was 95 per ble for three-fourttions Involve 75 acres. 93 per done In such cases by a mob. The cent of normal, compared to matter dragged on for almost thirty The movement to standardize cent Mny 1' last year, and a Rye con- years, but tho recent Judgment is exflocks average of 87 on May 1. "Washington county poultry pected to end the litigation as far as with ono breed was carried to many dition, Mny 1 was 95 per cent ot avthe Illinois Central System is farms of tho county during tho past normal, compared to a erage of 90 per cent May 1. spring with tho distribution ot 7S4 The recent rains and cool weather settings of purebred hatching eggs Opportunity is not what may come by the county Barred riyniouth Rock woro general practically throughout to us tomorrow, but is what we make only association. County Agent R. M. Kentucky so that plowing was out of today. Heath reports. Tho eggs will bo paid CO per cent done by May 1, compared .o by May for In tho fnll by tho return of one to C9 per cent usually done Then is a good lesson in perseper cent of spring planting pullet for each setting of eggs. Ap- 1. Fifty verance Illustrated In the spider that proximately S00 other settings of was dono by May 1, compared to 44 slowly patches his broken web. usually finished by May 1. 'ggs from tho samo breed woro sold per cent Condition of pastures May 1 was 96 directly for $1.00 each. average ot 85. AVERS LOGAN MARCHERS compared to a EIRE!) INTO HIS AUTO Further stens tn eradicate the Seventeen por cent of last year's hay tons) still was on scrub brooding cattlo ot the county crop or 192.999 Charlestown, W. Va., May 11. A com- recently were taken by Oldham coun- - farms In Kentucky May 1. 1922, new step In the state's caso against 321.000 tons May 1, ty farmers when five of thorn pur- - pared to about William Blizzard, charged with troa- i .icnaseu purenreu sires ai uio pureurou i moi son. was broucht into testimony to- T i..nntnAi. H nil lei nana i iirmir o ivva slro sale held at Louisville, County day when S. P. Embry, of Clothier, wero unusually light, except in some Agent Gordon n. Nanco says. spring condition ot declared moro than 100 shots wore 'sections and the on the his tired am. ,..,iit nn it,,.. sir..nnn stock in general Is abovo average armed into In thoautomobile Rowo, road. Alva men linml tturlnir the on ciicuntbcrs raised as a sldellno Losses from each by night of August 22 by a group of last year, farmers In tho McQuady w iter and spring, as reported witness, on the stand late and mules id, i another wero horses community of Ilrecklnrldge county day, testified that tlio armed mon aro planning to continue tho project cattlo 20, sheep 3G, lambs C2, swine concerned In tho march and fighting during tho this year. County Agent It. M. Greene 35. Tho average losses around Ulalr "seemed to listen to year havo boen, horses and mules says. About 200 acres of cucumbers last sheep GO, lambs 72 and Dllzzard, and seemed to ho under will bo planted. Farmers (in ttho 19, cattlo 33, him." plant swlno C2. samo community also will 4 -- . about 15 acres of cabbage as an adTRACK SPIKES ditional cash crop project. All-daut en cs-o- ut , 1 ar ' I ( 10-ye- ar 10-ye- ar con-corne- d. 10-ye- ar - For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, dta.,, IN STOCK. 0 You have something to SELL or any- - f thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, , KENTUCKY husband's family in tho peerage. Ky.. May 15. As the! Have you any relation in the house Owensboro. campaign progresses, and gathers in- of lords?", "No," said DIbblns, "but I've iwo terest and strength for the organization of the Dark Tobacco Growers Co- maiden aunts in the kingdom of heas. operative Association, the leaders in ven." London tho movement Insist more and more " 'Joy is a duty,' so with golden that no grower shall be overpersuad-e- d lore to sign a contract or that the facts Tho Hebrew rabbis taught in day3 of shall be misrepresented to him. yore, This was made very emphatic by organization di- And happy human hearts heard in Joseph Passonneau, their speech. rector In a speech made here recentcan speech, the, Almost the highest wisdom man ly. In reporting this reach. Owensboro Messenger quoted Mr, But one briglit peak still rises far Tit-Bit- vat,on of a member of the family to Ing. With her lovie she quickened TOBACCO GROWERS enrpi1110 hous0 r lords- "Thls" saId hls this seed into life; sho watered It cirNIMr rLLUUL ll0SUsS "makes the second of my with her tears. It was mother OUamnVi ti I who-taug- ht 4. I us how to pray. Sho who taught us how to live, and, standing: by her side, pointed out ttue road' along the pathway of life that it should be our aim to follow. Sha was tho first to see our virtues and the last to see our faults. Thon, on. this day, dedicated to mother, letua rise and with this pure and sparkling water, emblematic of her purity and virtue, drink to her memory, If dead; to her health and happiness, If living; the grandest, the noblest and. purest gift of God to earth, your mother and Mine." Clipped. I "... .,.....,.. i4lVt.-aiUI.I- I - HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS TAIN' STb'-KEEPU- Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) sallow complexion, flatulence are symptoms of a torpid liver. No one can feel well whllo the liver is Inac liver tive. Herblno Is a powerful stimulant. A doso or two will cause nil bilious symptoms to dlsappoar. Try It. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio m County Drug co. WAS ADAM'S FAMILY ALONE ON EARTH'.' question that liifs long bothered tho heads of us Chrlstlau mon and womon is "Where did Cain get his wlfo?" Recently this subject was approached by tho Rov. Lucy W. Markloy, pastor of tho North Shore Unlvorsallst church, Edgowuter, Wis. "I don't know where Cain got his wife but It is certain that tho fact of his .... having found one proves that the story is Wlfo Darling! Darling! common acceptance of this Husband Yes, my dear? not the truo one," she said. "That UUU I UU Dili, VfUUllCS, 1 WHO people on ear'h was there wero othor proved by tho fear expressed by Cain was calllug Toodles. London Mall. A conts, tho price of a postage stamp, yet during 1920 and 1921 the Illinois Central System spent $389,271.21 for cimii Kiilkes. That means that the railroad bought and used 19,087,260 spikos In two years, or 9,543,030 a year. According to a writer in tho May Issuo of tho Illinois Central Magazine, on a basis of 300 working days a year, 31.C12 spikes wero used every day, or enough to splko two and one-hamiles of track. A crow working eight hours n day and 300 days a year would havo to drive an spikes a minute avorage of sixty-si- x Spikes form a to uso this' amount. dally expense of JG48.78. Moro than 300,000 track spikes aro r 'claimed nnnually from scrap at Hurnsldo shops, Chicago, representing a value, of moro than $6,000. lf A track splko costs only about 2 NO H SENSE BR TE CHEATIN' OOTEN MAH MONEY. CA'SE HE KNOW GOOD EN WELL HE GWINE i GIT IT ALL ENNY-HOW- ;j ME Fisherman I suppose this rain, "A point stressed by the speaker And thero the Master gtandg whMe will do a lot of good, Pat? - Al (Mr. Passonneau) in his address was , nam(j g Pat Ye may well say that, sorrv that solicitors for members for tho tQ th0M whom weary tasks An hour of ut now will do mora good association snail aaiiero sincuy io employ: In five minutes than a month of ut Shoot tho faefs in the contract. 'Life is divine when duty is a Joy." would do In a week at anny other straight boys, and there will be no Henry Van Dyke. time. London Punch. flare-bac'We don't want ho said. i, Sometimes any '' YOUR MOTHER AND MINE "Good men are mighty scarce." exag-- . we get over enthusiastic and "Yes!" And had ones' are apt to gerate. They won't do. State your . By Thomas Williamson, S. R. make themselves so when they proposition, show him where he is in- "When you and I first saw the tercsted In getting a better price lor llBnt ot dav nestling in mothers' Wllllo (burled In grammar) Pop, his tobacco. If he doesn't want to arms looking' up into her face, we como with us, then, wo don't want formed our highest ideal of woman-lii- what Is meant by the aotlve and pasHe'll como later on." jhood; smiling back she Implanted sive voice? "Your mother's and mine, son."; "Fair play to tho hanks, to the Withln us the seed from whence grew merchants, to tho growers has ac- - aj tbat was good, noblo nnd upllft- - Judge. compllshed wonders with the Buriey Association," he said. "It can be tho only basis ot business. As a result: of this kind of dealing mere is nut a business concern worth mentioning district that is not In the Burlo squarely behind the association there. They know," he said, "that it means moro money to them in every way, a better price for tobacco means prosperity, not only for the grower Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mori himself, with every one in the comWomen Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared munity because he spends his money Much Sickness and Worry there." k, IS YOUR HEALTH 6RADUALLY SUPPING? Mayfleld, Ky., May 15 Interest is high in this county In tho Dark ToAssobacco Growers ciation. Tho Mayfleld Messenger voices this In tho following editorial: "From Elkton, Todd County, it is roportd that tho Dark Tobacco Association Growers havo signed 7C per cent of tho growers ond is still going strong. Out of S.OOO acres, C.000 aro pledged. But wo aro anxious to see Graves got Into tho game. She ought to lead In 100 por cent signing up, Such unanimity ot mind has always existed In this county on great questions, that we havo a right to this conclusion marketing proon tho position. Come on Qraves." Itarln' To Go. Cftcyrlgfit, 1 J by McClur Ntwtptptr SyiWlot Navasota, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, 1 couldn't rest well at night and was . . this place, relates the following interest- - just lifeless. "1 heard of Cardui and after reading I Ing account of how she recovered her strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui actually losing her health: "Health Is the greatest tiling In the and began it. . . "In a very short while alter I began the world, and when yon feel that gradually slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment I saw an Imtip and take notice. That Is what I did provement and it wasn't long until I was soms time ago when I found myself In a all right good appetite, splendid rest, condition of and much stronger so that I easily did tny very nervous, run-dohealth. I was so lired and felt so lifeless house work. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a 3 could hardly go at all. (onlc. I can recommend Cardui and gladI "I was just no account for work. would get a bucket of water and would ly do so, for if more women knew, it great deal of worry and feel so weak I would have to set it down would save a sickness." aefore I felt like I could liit it Io the shelf. The enthusiastic praise ol thousands ot In this condition, of course, to do even other women who have found Cardui my housework was a task almost im helpful should convince you that it U possible to accomplish. peoIworth trying. All druggists sell it. Dibblns was dining with some "I was . , . BMvousEfld easily mxe.. . ple who were proud ot the recent elo- of . i." k Ikl oiilSGTON COMMENT IZSZVi A hfst.rlcal, vnin nrnl silly girl In Haiti made absurd charges against a "flluljiter. known fnr and wide for his Mrvlcc to the community aim hi rf wotVs. The girl was bol.evu, lilt mlrdttcr ostracised by the to meh an Ttteat that ho alio: and Isllltd hhiiflclf. The girl then orAhwI her accusation wan binei ARdtb man Innocent, whereupon tho irammiraity It intuit be n nlc place t&itrt condemns the girl I If the eoranuinlly would condemn srindal-mon-ortVHMlf for Intolerance, falluro of loyalty, it and total would, he more to the point. Strange Uiat a mlnlit-- r of tho gospel, with his Teftri of exporlonce, could not rcallzo ITjrt. tlrose who condciunod him without evidence were out of th?lr own months condemned; that when peo-jil- o Imliere evil without proof, It la under similar circumstances, Vint T70Uld thonisclvc3 havo been. nf jnl "wonderhi! eppcrhmih Y .7 lr, " UJJ' - jL. -- - I com-mnnf- ty (XlSj XV. I M i (J, f- - S" ' i J r ttUlSJ.WW e'. Ik Jll r mm- j51 m I" 1 1 ovj.lt Fpsce hath her victories and fnmi abroad comes clarion note of The dreaded disease omt of them. anthrax seems at last to havo been lauiimered. Dr. Alfred Dlnsley, a n bacteriologist of Llvor-yo- at claims that tho uso of certain of the shorter wave lengths ol light Jl anthrax perms in hides and vwuf as no disinfectant can possibly "ttll them Here Is where tli3 peace victory upon tho scene! The apparatus which kills tho anthrax g.rras, so jewerfnl that Its penetrating rays tmu through bales of hides and wool ight tet thick, is n projection device which was designed originally for jtifte another sort of killing; a In their nature, jomething like rays, warehlight of death-dealin- g t fur more murderous to human beings. The world Is sick of war between ssti and man. War between man lrcfti beast Is nearly over, but war man and diseas , 'ran and sfermi, man and the infinitely little, finitely powerful organisms which festroy his own, Is but begun. That .1 terrible Weapon of war, untried on the battle field, but a potenfal killer Bf battalions, can find peaceful use In saving lives by destroying dlseas-,?nrai- s Is a matter for congratulation to a world which is scrapping many m engine of war with no other than increasing the size of tho hmk pile! well-knowar-s(v- m re-if- G This is your opportunity to place a new GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE in your kitchen at a real bargain. Look at these two fine sets of cooking utensils ! Either set may be yours absolutely without cost, just for deciding to buy your Great Majestic Range this week instead- of - The Range With a Reputation o later. i 2K a Polished Solid Copper Set The set illustrated at top of thi sadver-tisemeis of pure heavy copper, highly polished and of exquisite design. Every woman falls in love with it on sight don't fail to drop in and see it. nt Special Majestic Ware This wonderfully serviceable ware, illustrated to the right, is well known by thousands and thousands of Majestic Range users, it is the highly prized, extra heavy, old time Majestic Set, the same as furnished before the war. GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE Demonstration One Week Only MAY 22nd to 27th, Inclusive Don't put up any longer with that or played-ou- t stove or range. Here Is your opportunity to get a Great Majestic Range, one you will be proud of, at reduced prices. The our latest aftr-wa- r cooking utensils are thrown in absolutely fiee, during this week only. It is the opportunity you have long looked for to get the range you have often dreamed of. You will bo money ahead by taking advantage of this special offer now. ry Germany has started a big "propaganda" to attract tourists to her pleasure resorts again. rip Come to our demon-rnt'owhile the factory man is with us, wo want you to see tho New and Beautiful Majestic, and know why it Is so highly recommended by over a million users. Let the factory man show you just how and of what tho Majestic Is built, you will marvel at the difference between this "Rango,vlth a Reputation" and other 'flashy and ranges. Majestic Ranges are made In many styles and sizes reservoir on right or left white, blue or grey enameled finish. new-fangl- ed The Good Wife Deserves a New Majestic in Her Kitchen It lessens her work and worry. Its exquisite beauty, great water heating and baking qualities give joy and happiness to tho wholo family, threo times a day, In the year, for years and years Certainly this Is worth considering know lv Majestic costs less per any c'her range on earth. every day to come. when you year tlian KL1ND AXD DEAK G1UL WONDER f. $15 SET FREE. CISTEJAM, the eighth wonder will be on exhibition Monday, May 29. Cistejam is a corn eating wonder. Come in and guess how many grains of com he will eat from Monday 3 p. m., to Thursday 3 p. m. The lady or gentleman guessing nearest the number of grains Cistejam will eat will be given a handsome $15.00 set of Majestic This will be given away Thursday at 3 p. m. and you must be on hand when your name is called, or the next closest guess will get the ware. Some one is going to get this so come in Monday or Tuesday and make your guess. Cop-perware. Strange as it may seem, of though blind and doaf.can distinguish headlines, t'olors. read newspaper hear over tho telephone and enjoy a musical concert, besides listening to anyone who wishes to talk to nor. Sho uses her ElliRisrs 10 pick up vlbra-loi- ii from the air or from objects It is said she Can also read the denomination on a bank note merely by running her finger over it. While members of tho Chicago Medical Society who witnessed an exhibition of her remarkable powers wore ?aid to be amazed andat a loss to explain the phenomena, others say tho rfrl can actually hear and see to ,iOUf& extent and that she is no prodigy. u ' v'-- i--f- Villeta Huggins, Chicago, Free to Boys and Girls Wo will have a quantity of interesting Majestic word puzzles from which you will get bushels of fun. Come to our store between :t:!5() and t::t() p. m. Monday and get one. Every boy and girl Is welcome. J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS, Missus Kirk ventured the suggestion while the boys wore down there, but that he would be Improving faster that he wasn'X accusing anybody. (By I. D. Claire.) . 'cept he kept straining his eyes lookXI3WS DRAMA IX SKVKX ACTS ing at the four score of pretty nurses Monday It Is rumored. Fluko's cry for somo more of this about tho Institution. Tuesday It is generally hollered. stuff to punish his enemies might A woman's thoughtfulness often Wednesday It is cald In well inhave gone unheeded .only I happen to havo somo enemies, too, among corrects man's stupidity. Only tho formed circles. Thursday It Is stated on good auRepublican readers, and so long as I other day Tom Sweatt's wife came to could kill two birds with one stone his and my rescue. Tom had some thority. tobacco down at the house he meant Friday It Is unofficially admitted. I am flinging tho stone. to bring to me but kept for t';lng It. Saturday It is definitely announcBuddy McFeag, who re-- j Finally I told him I would call him ed. My frhand, Sunday It Is flatly denied. N. Y. oniy a tow the ifest morning before he left homo tired from business mo tho other day and remind him to bring the tobacco Evening Post. months ago, Invited o to bring around my friends to his to his office, and cautioned him not ODDITIES IX Till: NEWS Magazine to leave the house until I had called on Palaco of IMeasuro street, and when 1 oxpressed surpriso him. The next morning I forgot ,to un"Women will bring nothing new to at his going into business again he call him, and aftor ho had waited sadly commontod, "Woll, a friend til nine o'clock, Missus Sweatt asked politics," said the oppononts of wogave me a suro tip on the Derby and him why he did not go to work. Ho man suffrage. They didn't know him, about Mrs. Mildred Brandt, police now I've got to Mart life all over told her what was keeping whereupon she reminded him that so magistrate of an Illinois town. Mrs. r.&nln." he brought tho tobacco It would bo Brandt says: "I am going to hold alright not to wait for tho call, and police court in my parlor. It will Tho federal constitution to tho again a woman's thoughtfulness retake less of my time away from doB princes and contrary, thoro are lieved a man's embarrassment. mestic duties and I'll savo tho rent in those United States Just tho of a downtown office!" to come insame. It is my fortune It Is one of life's paradoxes that a ,"If a fellow wants to drink, ho will to personnl contact with many people pursued ploasure becomes a possess- drink," says a Kentucky mountain In tho performance of my dally toll, Sentence Fluke, expression. ed commonplace. So it would not seem and thero Is scarcely a close of day meeting roy- Doc and Moore to a solid year's fish- surprising that some alleged moonIn which I can not recall ing and they'd mutiny; glw Hat shiners, caught and put in a Kenalty. In tho forest a few trees towpass to all of Louisville's pic- tucky Jail, proceeded to make a mock In the moun- Nail a er abovo all tho rest; ture shows and ho'il never go near of tho Volstead Act by making homo-bre- w tains a fow peaks stand boldly out them; fine Bob Walker six months in their cells! In somo way nbovo tholr follows; In tho night-sk- y sellpltch and he'd join the somo sugar and corn bread had been a few stars outshine their dimmer playing is life's novelty that obtained, a stove In a cell and an old neighbors, and the same great law of Holy Rollers; It Inspires us to live it. tin can and some water made up tho oxcollcnco applys to men and woremainder of tho outfit. The "impu-donco- ," men. as it was termed, was discovI saw John Doe of the Mouth of Grassy, last week and asked him how ered when sounds of hilarity were I wont out to tho Norton Infirmary tho othor day to visit Arthur Kirk, the fishing party'behaved on their heard from the cells. Daylight saving In tho Nation's who was taking treatment for somo recent trip. He said everything trouble with his eyes. Arthur told seonted to go off pretty smooth, only Capital is being fought by letter carmo ho was improving slowly, but his wife missed about a dozen hens riers on tho native grounds that "no Beaver Dam, Ky. mattor how early a letter carrier may retire-- , he feels, when shutting off his alarm clock at 4:30 a. m. that no lias been robbed of one hour of adds to tho growth of this nation at tho expense of Canada. Ho requests a prohibitive duty on the export of electricity. --- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG .. r t Powder puffs, coragette cases,, and coin purses are concealed In tho Caudle of tho newest parasols. Special whelcss sots are being mado for tho uso of cowboys while Tiding on their rounds. OX 1CK CREAM slep." - A mombcr of of Commons is prevent Canadians from exporting electric power to tho United States on tho ground that such exportation the Canadian House She 'Fess up now that you men making an effort to like talkative women as woll as you do others. Ho- -- What othora? Boston Tran- - 1 script. v" Serving preserved glngor on lco treftm si of Chlnpso origin, but has found its way into many American iiomos. Every Sunday CHEAP EXCURSIONS VIA SHADE TREES FRUIT TREES ORNAMETAL TREES FLOWERING SHRUBS HEDGE PLANTS BEDDING PLANTS VEGETABLE PLANTS AND SEEDS prln-eofssO- ILLINOIS CENTRAL for the round trip. Good for return until 6:00 A. M. Monday following. Half fare for Children. For tickets and further particulars see Agent PLANTS FLOWERS ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS 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. R's. where the y fare is $6.00 or less at approximately -one-wa- BULBS Everything in Flowers From Seeds to Trees TAPSCOTT VliOIUST OWENSBORO, KY. Write for Catalogue. ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD rV "r,3&V.4?'--i-:i- - V"