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XXXIV RAIL BATES CUT T, Davis, tho Subscription $1.50 per Y& HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, latter nccompanled by his little son, Elmore of Sunnydalc; Uev. W. S. Buckticr, Beaver Dam; Rev. T. T. Frazlor and Mrs. C. M. Barnctt of Hartford; Miss Martha Rhodds, of Goshen; Mr. V. C, Hock-e- r, of Liberty and Uev. P. A. Sanders, of Centertown are among some of those from" Ohio County who nro attending the OWensboro District Conference of tho M. E. Church South, at Drakesboro, this woek. -' FRIDAY, MAY 26 .1922. NUMBER 48 I B. BROWN KILLS SENATE LIFTS HOUSE BILL BY 12.5, 14 PER CENT J. EDWARD COLBURN $46,000,000 if Mr. Tate Is an energetic young man Of Internal Revenue throughout the and well known Combined. County, having served for some time as office deputy with the former County Court Clerk nnd also having Washington. May 23. Provision R. D. Drown, chief bridge tendei CAKSOX LOGAN been active In the campaign ot last Washington, May 23. Secretary pre-lut) for the I;. & N. Railroad Co. shot J tor a regular army of 133,000 men year as an aspirant for that office. "jloV.en signed fVashlngton, May 24. Tho 'oday Jit . return to to the ... ... . H. Cnlhnrn In ther nil inn hnii?n ai and 12,500 officers was Amade-- to At present Mr. Tate fs engaged In' the lng the accounts order and fbollsh i .Miss Morenco Ainy L.UEUU aim n. unit the otfico . . ...... (ininiiiinita Tiioadnv. ohnrtlv nffnr dav bv the Senate Mil tarv Committee .. jirosperlty was seen by administrarestaurant and confectionery business of supervisors of collectors oftisas ' Amos II. uarson were marneu weu- - ' virtually completing revision of the In Rockpbrt where Mr. and Mrs. Tate tion officials In the slashing reduc- ncsday evening at 8 o'clock In a n. Tom tho effect of which ho and consolidated the duties hitherto-.it-normetions In railroad freight rates made quiet tho pretty wedding at tho home The annual army appropriation urn. d i5 mlnutes thereafter. arq to make their future home. by tlu-j- j two offlcos undcrr Tlnnnn nnnronrl.it Inna wprn inr. oimi " . rirn.i "" today. frnm o i.iiitnnna nf c " We Join their friends In an offer z. nf w unit to b i known at thu sc ot jj(M Lngan on union street, uniy "" Com- -. The Intcrstato Conrmerce c a .t:, and coHqc. na unit o: tha B- uand or 7 feet mtering near tho center of ed by the Senate Committee about of best wishes and congratulations. fltteen near relatives . , mission made public a decision re-- 1 tno chest It Is said that only two $40,000,000. A dontest with tho reiu of Internal Revenue. n vising transportation rates begin. Col TImi9o. wns . ri'dlRtPil In view of tho fcraons wUncseed the shooting. nrpxnnt fof fte occa. MRS. MASON GIVEN PRESENT Deputy Commissioner Charles GW . TT.... 1ln. l.n.t.MAn I.Ts n .. .. A 1 1 K . ... " irifn.i" n )(e ' nlng July 1. The reductions vary uuB nmnunu.. u.. mc Granvll Jaggers, ot tfo- - i burn was assistant bridge tender unu Nash, of Minnesota, former assistslon. Rev. ... -, 1. .i nno nnil' 11.000 officers t ..i.i from 14 nor cent to 12.5 per cent creek, performed tho ceremony, m-Mrs. I. S. Mason, County Super- ant field supervisor, iiiuuwu uBiweeuh i.. will assume.-charg-e "V Chairman Wadsworth was author- - intendent ot schools, was the surJind are Intended to net the railroads nf ti, been afoot for about one year. Brown of the new unit which comes-int"u "'"" " '"" ... ..nlnitlmi nf R 7K In.' Ized to report the bill at once to the was ICllllU Ul'WlV ,U..W. W W..W ... being forthwith. Deputy Cora- lati A. W. Logan, who removed to claims that Colburn drawing making- Senate and seek an arrangement for prized recipient of a nice present one somestead of 0 per cent ' morning this week. On going to her mlssloner A. D. Summer, of Iow3 years ago from Penn- - demonstrations as if a few met-- , Hartford The railway executives who , office she found upon her desk an who has been In charge of tho acghe ,8 rfflne(l and h,B,lIy thing from his pockerand advancing early consideration. .. Avlth President Harding and declined ,. mnnv fr(nni1(1 nindo!upon him when he fired tho one. and None ot the Democratic commit ele.gant water set, presented her by counts units, and C. C. Chllds, at . to cut rates vo untarll yl tee members voted against' report- the,Oh!o County Board of Examiners, ,nco hor floJmirn ,n our clty. JIr fatal shot. supervisor of collectors, hava and so not f tho mte- ,but there was a reserva- composed of Mrs. O. W. Duff, Ozna Ohio, lh decision P0Wn camo t0 Hartford, arriving ing thq bill born and reare(1 ,n thsj been removed from office bV virtues.. ' flxlng body tomorrow. It was learnO.clock and surrendered tion of a right to offer amendments. Shults and Henry Leach. known m& hcro at nnd ot the consolidation. ed. It there Is nny appeal It will be cnfed ))V ahost of himself to the authorities, prior to Some Democratic senators expressed h The consolidation .was based on a. on certain specific rates and will not which no word had been received by themselves as Relieving the personnel Ho operateS the bune recommendation made to tho comgeneral situation. and said they MAGNIFICIENT SITE affect tho lknown ns tho Hub Clothing Company any person hero of the homicide. Ho authorization excessive missioner of Internal revenue by th offering amend Passenger and Pullman rates re successful as one has bum assistant and chief bridge were considering FOR MASONIC TEMPLE tax simplification board. Both Dep133,000 figures. by tho commission s rul- not affected Tem-- X tender at Smallhous during the past ments to reduce the mrttoTd.t blIB,nc men. uty Collector Sumner and Mr. Chllds-werI inB- .i m rnr.nn win ro. M 3 years. He hasi a wife nnd five Some Republicans also wero report Order Plans Million Dollnr Building ii.. m- said to have been appointed, wero officials a reduction fight. Administration children, tho latter ranging In age ed to be planning recently by Elmer Dover, assistant On O Acre Tract in North-Wc- Bldo at the present home of Iho lat Tcecnly elated ovor tho decision, fcvAllho the committee provided apftomi 2 to 17 years. secretary of the Treasury. Washington. cry move the. President has made to tcr. Colburn has a wife, two sons and propriations for 133,000 men thebill many Tho Republican, with their Removal of Mr. Sumner and Mr. engineer the country back to revival friends, extends congratulations and two daughters, all of whom are mar would authorize a maximum person (Capital Chllds In the absence of Mr. Dover, May 25. Washington, has encountered the InThis, it was said, of business nel of 140,000 best wishes for the future welfare "eu In the very heart of who is, on a tour ot the Pacific coast, News Service). surmountable obstaclo "we have to and happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Car-so- n. The examining trial of Brown has was to give the War Department the. most exclusive and beautiful resi recalled n situation which, arose re. recruiting. pay too much transportation." It has been set tor today by County Judge somei latitude In dential section of northwest Washing cently at the Treasury when Carl S Weeding." A hea.rlng of the case will retarded building construction of nuAs passed by the House the bill " about ton, D. C, lies the "Dean tract" of Graybill, named as appointment cleric of merous groat projects, has discouragdetermine as to whether ho-i- s to be carried appropriations land, nine acres In extent, covered of the bureau upon the recommendaed agricultural activities and boosted PLAIN FACTS SHOW cot frnn nrlmlttorl to hall or held $2S8.000.000.The Senate Increase, It trees, and the most tion of Mr. ,Dover, wa9 removed by d prices on all commodities. was a was oxplalned, was due largely to In with magnlflclent PROSPERITY COMING without ballj The coveted and eagerly desired piece of Commlssloner Blair while Mr. Do To Turn to Coal. urotner oi uname uomuru'wuu ua creased cost of the additional person- land In all the District of Columbia. ver was in New York. killed near Sunnydale some 10 years nel and salary Increases for officers ' Unemployment Treasury officials werecurlous as It was with a viow of removing uuudnK Inrn-iiMW- , was recently purchased by The ago by tho then section foreman, Per- provided for under the service pay It this barrier that tho President made us Per Undo Women's Foundation to preserve It to the probable outcome, of the rerecently. revlslon bill passed due. n pereonal appeal to tho railway moval ot the two Dover appointee Siun'.s Figures. In disposing' of amendments the from real estate aggression. voluntarily reduce rates. The clals to Kow the: tract has been sold to the today In view of the recent admit approved the THIRTV-ON- E PUPILS Senate committee District, ted differences qf opinion between." May 25. Capital reduction follows tho refusal of the Waehlngtqn, PASS EXAMINATION House clnuso- providing for training Masonic fraternity of the to meet the Presi- News Servlco). railway executives Government compilprivates, In which will erect upon It a temple to Mr. Dover and Mr. Blair as to methof reserve officers and dent's wishes. cost one or more million dollars. The ods of increasing the, efficiency- of. ed "statistics show that a mark In the. examination recently held cluding 10,000 reserve officers and railway situation temWith tho of building has been In progress men. The commit land waspurchased for a considera thei bureau. thirty-on- e 20.000 enlisted porarily solved and In keeping with for tho last year, building permits tor common school graduates At the time of the "Graybill inci understood to be. 1900,000, and flfty-9l- x under- tee amended ,tho House bill to cut tion pupils who the trend In business, tho President being two or three hundred per cent wentof the test passed the required the travel pay of reserve officers to is amply large enough to permit the dent," and the resultant discussions' the temples should of reorganization of the bureau, Secwill turn his atentlon to the con- more numerous than In the' period of tho training camps from 8 cents to erection of several diplomas. of other problom3 which In groat depression. Combined dwellings grade entitling them to retary Mellon was understood to havav sideration per mile, and disapproved a such be found desirable. Ralph Mason of Rockport made 4 cents his opinion, have; an appreciable ef- and stores have beeji the most popuCivic authorities are loud In their taken a similar view of thei situations average, attaint request by the war Department for an - of The Women's Foundation, as Mr. Blair and an official announce fect on business. One of theso Is lar new buildings, double dwellings the highest general Louanna increase in the authorized training praiselng a percentage ot 87 e tho coal strike situation and the oth- next, with apartments a close third, declined to permit the beauti- ment was made that no changes which was award- corps. er Is the reduction of rail labor single dwellings a fourth, and purely Miller, of Horso Branch, securing an bureau were contemplated. That, furnished the ful nark to be cut up Into building Revised estimates wages. The delay In tho railway la- business structures last In compara- ed the second highest, ot to anyone for any statement was Issued, however, after" committee by tho department today, lots or disposed average of 86 3rll. er making an- award served to tive figures of erection. bor board tho regu- purpose whatsoever until a pledge the publication of reports that "Following Is a list ot those who It was stated, showed that Tiaraper the rate decision and the was. planning a sweeping reorwna mnde to preserve for the city the Jersey cannot find enough New v lar army thru reduction In enlist passed: trees ganization ot tho bureau's personnel. President, It Is understood, will 133,- - majority of the' magnlflclent hands for her building Jobs, MichiIda Marie Be;nnett pentertown; ment now has been but to about to expedite It so that It may gan reports more opportunitiesxtuan Today's action was regarded grow. upon the lana. Alvera Stev- 000. Senators also said the depart- which become operative shortly after tho riutomoblle mechanics, and Minneso- Stanley Miller, Dundee; 'officials as an Indication ot InWhen the plans as made are realiz eco E. Carson, ment had effected considerable Leland lower rates. sections are ens, Hartford; Nation's Capital will have tention by the revenue bureau to , ed, the ta and other Northwest Hartford; Mary Louise Tappan, Hart- nomies in purchase of supplies and something seldom or pever seen in carry the "difference of opinion" stllL The freight reductions are: asking for farming help. 1111- -' ford; Ania Jones. Hartford; William other army activities so that the temple further and Interest was evidenced-as-tEastern group and points In General business conditions thruof 133.000 men would fraternal buildings a great Ernie Coleman Brown. Hartford; nols territory, 14 per cent. how Mr. Dover would accept' tha out the country as reflected In reports at first adequately and completely surround Grove; Ruth Stals-wort- h, cost considerably less than Western group, 13.5 per cent. and wooded areas. removal of the two officers. Beyond' Department of Labor Brown, Central Alvfn Cole, Dundee; anticipated. made to tho ed by broad lawns Hartford; and mountain Pacific Employment Servlco show plainly In Southern Some of the most magnlflclent build- the formal memorandum stating that o Glenn Joseph Meadows, Hartford; per cent. groups, 12 65 cities where ings in the world are in America, it the consolidation of units was upoo. the fact that in Louise Kirk. Fords-vlll- TEACHERS' TRAINING On inter- - territorial traffic, 13 3 studies wero made April showed 40 Tate, Hartford; Is pointed out, and among the most the recommendation of the tax simMary D. Marlow, R. 1 Fords-vlllper cent. HARTFORD beautiful are several with no fore plification board, Mr. Blair would in which moro workers were given Clifford Westerfleld, Fords-vlll- e; SCHOOL AT have been places 'on pay rolls, and only 25 In' Tho railway executives ground or background, the wonder make no comment. Kenneth Ford, Fordsvllle; asked to notify tho commission by which employment decreased. Teachers Training ful Pennsylvania Railroad station in A Ale'en E. Fordsvllle?, BuildMny 31 whether It Is their intention CLEAR KUX "Despite a few disquieting IndusSchool will be held In Hartford, to New York city, the Woolworth toSppeal so that dates may bo set trial features," said Director Gener- Porter, Fordsvllle; Maxlno Hosklns, begin the first or second Monduy In ing, and the City Hall In Philadelphia Fordsvllle; Maria B. Roberts, Fords Tho majority of the farmers hero-- f for tho hearing of tho testimony. al Jones of tho Department of La- vllle; Flora M. vyells, Fordsvllle; Jupo. We do not' want to lose one being cases In point. McClionl- - For I,ower Figure. are about thru setting tobacco and. righting herbor, "America Is surely Horse Branch; Clar- day of this six weeks so I am asking OLATON Tho officials feel, It was Bald.Jhat self. April recorded an jyiward Louanna Miller. planting corn. ence O.' Brown, Fordsvllle; James those who aim to attend to please they have all tho testimony "that movoment, with Industrial lines Gardens are not looking as well as ,. Clark, help me collect all the avauauio Clydla Fordsvllle; cruild bef produced and see no reason broadening out, which will show In- Crowe. Mr9. Ray Cook visited her mothor, they should at this time ot the year, Ot btuuy, B. Phelps, Beaver copies of the State Course succeeding Askins; Tommle why the case should be reopened. In activity Daisy Mosloy, In Hartford, Fri on account of two much wet wcith- -, creased Dam: Thelma Amos. Beaver Dam; also tho copies of the Course In Phy- Mrs. McChord, of the commis- months." hail. Chairman day and Saturday. Henry Stanley, Beaver Dam; Tyson alcal Education I. C. freight train sion, concurred In tho rate reduction, Mr and Mrs. Wllburn Hoover were text The Increase in tho number ot men Altord, Beaver Dam; Ralph B. Ma A North-boun- d following elementary Tho of here last guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Parle but expressed an opinion that rates employed by 1,428 firms which re- son, Rockport; 2nd LolB. Fuqua, Bea- - books will be used.English, and 4th wrecked one mile north should be based on a 5.5 return upon port to the department was 74,100 of stopping traffic for six- Sunday, in Parkstown. book II; Thursday, Readers. Studies In valuation, instead of a 5.75 return. 1 per cent In the moSith. Now York vex Dam. LIttl.t Miss Eva Jean Johnson re- : Modern Advanced Arithmetic Dunn s; teen hours. Dugglns went to cjntly returned homo from an ox- - , "I think that the times nnd con- showed a decrease In employment ot Mr. and Mrs. Estll Mra linitln Ttnwnn nnil. ilauchter. Tho Pnmtnunltv and the Citizen; Tho tended visit with her grandpareats. ditions plainly demand reductions In Dam Tuesday. of 1 per cent and Chicago ot Miss Annie Laura, of CapeGlrar- - World Geography; The Body and Its Beaver , rates on all materials and products 5.5 per cent. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bruner and Mr. and Mr?. Dave Havenor, at riot- -f guests of nir. ana Defenses; Lake's uenerai deau, Mo., are tho guests of Mr. J. C. ltn. that are basic In Industry, and! In our Mosler's Soils and Crops, and the daughter were Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Riley, city. as a people, to a level that Rev. Honda Westerfleld and fam- i- . ' existence K. QF P. MEMORIAL SERVICE In Algebra and L.aun. Dugan, Route 1. adonted books business Interests will rcognlzo as tho Mr. Ray Cook. C. 1). Lyons and ly, of Illinois, are visiting relatives, Most of theso books can be bor . flIISS liessie uiurit, ciiy, leu Sunday. her this week. lowest avallablo for sometime' to The memorial services conducted day for Louisville, whore she was tho rowed or rented if you do not caro family were In Hartford daughter, my Judgment Mrs. Fldelln Stewart, of Owensbo- come," said ho. "In Judge Mack Cook nnd Lodgo, Knights of Pyth- - guest of hor sister, Mrs. G. H. Pen- - to own one at this time. genral reduction falls far short by the local . . visiting bis son, Ray ro, returned home Thursday, after ... 1LA . . . . .1 tho n n ...l u.l... mo Allinra 1US, ior us ueceuuou luumuero, m luu lauu anu Mr, reniuiiu. uuu unui Arrangements iu the icu...... tf Miss Lizzie, are Cook, here this week. visiting rolatlves hero for severalot full attainment of tho desired Church Sunday, woro of week's visit with another sister, Mrs. this summer school Will be perfected Cook and Mrs. , cud." Miss The Una Faught, ot Beavor days. TTflOWn In MotlfO (.r.ntlv OtllnVCfl SI . a Mr. Inewttn n ml Mr ..-- Munlt lntn.a.( n MHU mwu. ' CWM" a ao llnVa JU n ...Vw .flK IOStll6 c.uw. w..,,w.. UIIHIUIU Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Patton visTho gradual revival ot business 1UUU1I m.S4VO - Dam, Is the guest ot frlenda here. although tho Lexington, will return to Louisville, JMchers and exact date of tho beglnLeltchfleld, ited Mr. and Mrs. Monroe. Smith, In Industry thruout tho nation was by those In attendance, ..... . and -Mr. Val Ranking of was very small. Rev. A. H WlierO sno ...... uiuui ..I.ni.1 n. .1.A mug Ol. itlH n.u..l ...til Via" fnitnil In otuuui m mu lli'O Btuuui mil will Sunday with E. tho Washington country, Sunday. again rflected In the loading of reve-n- uo audience fvoii nf thn County papers at tho spent Saturday and Anthony, of Central City, delivered Business University. freight duririg Hie week ending Mr. Clinton Park and family visB. Dugglns. 2 fr earliest possible date. the address which was timely and of ited qt Mr. Frank Westorflelds Sun Qulsenberry Ma 13. Except for livestock thero brim-fuMrs. Charlie ll in finr.11 TI TlpnvrTn lpft vester. ot good things. iin.o i thn ronulrml number of wore Increases In all commodities, InIs visiting In Olaton and day. . The music consisted of a solo by day for 'Cynthlana, where she. will teacher puplla have been secured ffr Whltesvllle an cluding coal, which showed vicinity this week. songs ren- spend nuout two weens wun imr pur the school and quite a number moro Prof, nnd Mrs.' J. S. Mitchell and 3,670 cars over tho preceding Mrs. Otto C. Martin and of Beaver Dam, of Rev. J. L. DeHart, . .. dered by a quartette composed of Mr. UlllO. Jli. iml Mra . f.onrcrn Wnlltnir promised ....wow 111. week will preach his first sermon as' pastor llttjo daughter. Martha an'd Betsy, of MRS. 1. S. MASON, Supt. Mrs. C. E. Smith, Mrs. W. S. ford. She wlU'go to Lexington to and A total of 777,359 cars wtre loadof tho: Olaton Baptist Church, Sun- McIIenry, were gr,?ts of Mrs. Anna W- -l Tlnsley ami Mr. W. J. Bean, with attend tho Commencement exercises J. Bennett, city. Monday. Pron ed, an Increase ot 21.C00 for the Miss Mildred Stevenson at the piano. ot the University ot Kentucky, of day, ICUYKENDOLli TATE -of 26,173 over the same Cooksey and daughter, Mitchell was superintendent of the) . week and Mrs. Dee The music was a feature adding very which she was a student, before frlbilds at Central Park High school at Mellon-- '' week In 1021. Miss Mattye Jane Kuykendoll and Cllffle. spent Sunday with I'HSSC procoming to Hartford. Mrs. Hoavrln much to'tho attractiveness ofthe ry during tho term recently closed,.' SM-- ' gram, and tho Lodgo la fully appre- will also receive a diploma from the Mr. James 'A. Tate surprised their 1 ATTEND CONFERENCE Ma CM Truman, of FoWllJe, la They left this week for Henry Counby going to ciative of the kindly service render- College of Arts and Science at the many frlenda Wednesday ty, to vlsltMr, Mitchell's parents. jowensboro, where they wero Joined visiting Mr. Earnest Truroln. graduation exorcise. ot Dundee, J. ed by each ot those mentioned. M. E. Wilcox Freight Charges To Be On 5.75 Return stead of 6. -- J'" In mdrrlage by the Rev. W. C. Boone, pastor of the First Baptist Church, MELLON, UNITING the ceremony taking place In the Pastor's home. JOBS, CUTS COSTS The former Miss Kuykendoll Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kuy- Bas--e- d In- Altercation At Smallhouj Added Strength Of, 19,250 In Army Personnel Ends Life Of Bridge Is Provided. Tender. kendoll, of Centertown, and Is a cul tured and popular young lady, while Two Offices In Departments lo long-herald- ... .... - " "" .- . V ", ,,.,.,.. tu o , ' -- e st -- man-kille- Deci-caxc- - al in-th- Mr.-Dov- en-Jav- or by-so- o e; e; six-wee- : v er-an- d 7-- 19 Dun-uko- - ... 1 nn. 1 1 l" -- .. ili-ii- ox-ce- ss .. .Rev. V V s;t: will revise fayette tax values Tax Board Enters Order For nt Washington, May 18. Secretary of Commerce Hoover, making the first Governmental move to prevent Of County coal producers from taking advantage of oxlstlug industrial strife by sending coal prices skyward, todny subFrankfort, Ky., May 18. ReasWhen the baby takes too much mitted to forty nonunion bituminous sessment of property In Fayette food tho stomach turns; the result Is coal operators antf obtained their County for iho purpose of state taxa- Indigestion, sourness and vomiting. unanimous approval of a plan designtion was ordered late today by the Frequently tho bowels are Involved ed to protect tho public, Stato Tax Commission. A force of and there Is colic pains and dlar- Kentucky operators, among others, employes of tho commission will bo ri10ea. McQco's naby Elixir Is a were quick to gtt behind Mr. Hoovcounty to makti tho as grand corrective remedy for the sto ront to the er's plan, which In substance calls for Bcssmcnt. mach and bowel disorders of babies. a pooling arrangement to keep prices t Tho action of tho commission It Is pure, wholesome and pleasant to down to a reasonable level. comejrnfter nearly a score of coun- take. Price 3Gc and 60c per bottle. The conference was called at the m ties had appeared and most of them Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. direction of President Harding as the promised to make ,thn reassessment. result of Increased coal prices being Pathfinder. County Judge E. H. Doak, of Fay-ott- o DO YOU KNOW A HETTER ONE? put Into effect at certain mines. Ac- County, nppeaml before the C. W. Conner, representing Do Your Best. Tho meanest man In the world ,jeordlnS to commission yesterday and stated that tne Elkhorn & Shelby Creek Coal Everyone should do 'all ho can to tho old equalization board could not said to bo the one who persuaded his Company, Esco, Ky., no such action provide fot his family and In order wua a , moot the $10,000,000 Increase In as- little son that the "as uen laKe" " lnu nonunion liems to do this ho must keep his physical QsssssflPPB sessment ordered by tho commission 1,n,,k nn.l liwliiPf,! lilm tn ilenosit his of Eastern Kentucky. system In the best condition possible. a quarter In II on February 28. Ho said that There has long been a sort of Number of Kentucky IlcpiTsentntlws No ono can reasonably hopo to do housc-to-hou-so canvass would bo Mr. Conner, along with other Ken- much when he is half sick a good contest as to who tho meanest man In necessary, as tlie present assessment tucky operators, spoke In favor of share of the time. If you are constitho world was, and many candidates was unequal. the proposal during a general discus- pated, bilious or troubled with Indibased Its action have been offered fqr the distinction sion that followed Mr. Hoover's ad- gestion get a package of Chamberon a clause of tho 1917 tax law which , c propose a r ontcst for the most dress. lain's Tablets and follow tho plain had nei'eV been Invoked before. This striking record of extravagance and Besides Mr. ConnerT the Kentucky printed directions, nnd you will soon (he commission to make we enter as o.ir candidate th U S clause allows representatives nt the conference b feeling alright and ablo to do a logs were hauled and idled along til gave you when I hit you with the flrw Here is tho quilt start- sl.ov.l ' n reassessment with Us own employes shipping board. m base of tho mountaiu, and fires on wlil'il' we base our crtidl-date'- s wore C. F. 'Illchrtrdson, West Ken- day's work. ) mile secIt the county board of supervisors reed along tho three-quart: claims; it was related In the tucky Coal Company of Sturgls; REE STING KILLS MAN fuses mr rails to mee the requiretion of the. proposal route. A GIRL'S A GIRL FOR THAT Jono, Marrowbone Mining Energetic crews piled logs on the ments as to assessment of property at house of representatives by Mr. Wood Company of Blockhouse; Henry of Indiana: "A gentleman who ft It Harry Collard, a farmer of k, flro'for several days, and after the 100 pir cent of Its cash value. You girls wiio crave adventure that he owed the U. S. shipping board Lavlers, Northeast & Southeast ComM. J, wasstung on tho temregistered, tho County Hoiiitf Recreant. tog- desired heat had bo it pany of Palntsvllle; C. J. Neekmap. don't try to run away In a man's The order of the commission fol- $200,000 and who wanted to get the of Ashland; J. D. Francis, Bond gery and expect to defy detection. Intrepid engineers directed the spray- ple bya bee. A few minutes afterthing behind him came down here Caco with water wards lit' was seized with paralysis of lows: Cr:ek Coal Company of Stone, and E. Even If you shave all he hair off your ing of tho mountain the face, .mil bo died before a doctor "Office of the Stato Tax Commis- to make settlement with them. They L. Douglas of Hazard. from the rivor bi'low. pretty heads It will bo impossible) for bad to resort to more than 210 The'entlre face of the mountain ex could come. Ordlunrlly a bee sting sion, The plan proposed by Mr. Hoover you to conceal the Innumerable fem sources to search and find out the deafening would not be fatal, but his jioart was "Franltfort, Ky., May IS, 1922: provides for the creation of a com- inine ways of doing tilings, and the ploded In hugn chunks, the equalization condition of the account existing bereports being hiurd for many miles. weak. "Order directing the shipping mute of operators with the Govern- cat will soon be out of the bag. A The expsrlment was a complete sucanil reassessment of Fayette' County, tween this man and the d of tlu Unlverslty board. As a result of the lnvestiga ment and consumers' representatives 21 year-ol- d soauioNi: got a prize Ky., by the State Tax Commission. cess. About halt of ths space was they determined that Instead of In each district where coal now Is of Misfouri trh'd It and failed. Miss cleared and after another trial. thT "The State Tax Commission, sitting Hon they,holng produced through which all nr- - noltman, trim and athletic, decided had room enough for a Unman CharThe Emmniiut'lson brothers havo a as Iho state board of equalization on the man owing them $200,000 ders for coal will be cleared. A sim to go to New York" to continue her 'little stonrin Hockfurd. III. Theodore February 2S, 1922, aiter notice had owed him $800,000." general committee will be set up studies In Journalism, but lacking iot Hnce. ilar The chunks of glass wnce found to the other day gave a number of been given and hearing had been had funds, she set out to "beat her way." In Washington. A XKW TALK OF THE YUKON empty cigar boxes away to n strangmanner provided by law, havbe admirably adapted for in the After shipping her dresses antf otlii'r Legality Is Assured. so they were usod h tht' base, er. It turned out that George had ing entered an order directing that North comes Out Mr. Hoover assured the operators things to Now York, bobbins her with the smaller pieces on top. The put ? 500 In one of the cigar boxes. the county board of supervisors of story ofa the frozenwhich, so It Is the ru that such' an arrangement would be hair and donning a soldier's uniform, temperature changes In tho psrk' (Curtain. fn sad motile.) of sea Hon Fayette County equalize the assessed watery habitat for legal, declaring that Attorney General she rode a freight train as far as Chi- cause continual clipping of th mounvaluation pf Fayette County as re- mored, forsook hisIn order to drink In Daugherty has given an opinion that cago. But there, alas! she thought- tain, resulting- In tho surface of tho man's terra firma A QUESTION OF LEXGTir turned by tho county, tax commismelodies Of a Jazz band. sucn the action tcr reduce lessly crossed her legs. An obser- road being covered with small pieces sioner as of July 1, 1921, and In- Ono seductive policeman who had never before vant evening while the denizens of an(j iiold down prices In the pnbllc 'glass-HRA small woman traveling with her materiaf, which crease said assessed valuation as folseen a man cross his legs as this of this Alaska, were listening to a terest" comes within the law. by constant traffic son a boy vory large for his age lows: pseud o soldier did, rook her fn the ground down band concert, the sea lion crawled up rn opening the conference Mr. a half-far- o handed tho conductor make a very durablo road-be"Lands, SGdO.000. the beach, and along the street and. Hoover told the operators who .repre-flnall- y arms of rha law. one. Tho short' three-quartmile ticket and a whole-far- e This "Town lots $3,000,00p. h settled himself down on the sent all the larger producing- "Tangible personal property other stretch of road, while wonderfully conductor Atrutlnlzed the boy criticalState of Ohio. City of Toledo, of a house near the band-stanby the panles constructed and built to last for cen- ly, and salil: Lucas than livestock, $0,400,000; making a .There he stayed until the concert was oniy not affectedand pricestrike that Frank County, as. problems Cheney mtces oath, that bo turies, Is unequalled anywhere In distribution "Hut, madam, I can't pass this boy total increase of $10,000,000 on said over, when ho hied himself back on Is senior the firm would be discussed, emphasizing that Cheney & partner of business In othe- F. J. the world for Its ability to Inflict on a half-tar- e tfckK. He Is very Co., doing City classes of property and said order Journey. But before the wage' or the strike question would of Toleda. County andi State a&resalJ. punishment on- automobile tires, large and has on long pants." having been regularly laid before his homeward and that said nrm will pay the sum of he reached the beach he was shot to not be takers up. en"Vory well," replied tho woman, ONE HUNDRED DQLLAItS for each of the- - abrasive force said county board of supervisors of ye desire particularly," Mr-- H'oov-Th- e and even case of Catarrh that cannot t countered, tlru-tlrdeath by some heartless pedestrian. must lravi; a very "If that Is the basis for your decision, Fayette County and said county ty the use of HALL'S CATARRH cured at Bayview er said, "to consider only such mea-d- o MEDICINE. skeptical FRANK J. CHENEY. tought tread' and give th uttnoot in uso tho wnolo tlctot for hint and tho board of supervisors of Fayette Counme and subscribed In Sworn to not believe the sea lion was at- - sure as may bo done In a purely vo- - my presence,beforo 6th day of December, traction. half for-ia- ! this ty having finally adjourned without way by the A. D. ISSJv A. W. QLEASON, of ractcd from tho water by the music luntary and tho ; reasons primarily For these having complied with said order (Seal) Notary Public. out inai no was cuaseu oui uy uiuuk- - men jn the industry, witn me assisi- Hall's CMarrh Medicine Is token. In- Yellowstone Park Transportation SHANTUNG AGltEE.M ENT commission. this ternally and acts throuch flsli, many of which had been seen In ance of tho Government, to prevent the Mucous Surfaces of the the Blood on Company chose Godyear Cords as exIS RATIFIED UY JAPAN . System. Send "Jt is now, therefore ordered that the bay recently- Ting and speculation In coal. for testimonials, free. proflte clusive 'equipment for their magnlfi-clereassessment and equalization be F. J. CHBNEY & CO., Toledo, O. a Sold by all JruRRlsts. 75c. There Is no law or governmental reToklo May 20. Tho Shantung fleet of 148 comfortable tourist made by this commission and Its duly FOIUVS FORD STOLEN Hall's Family P11U for constipation. could be enforced at quirement that busses, which have In the past two agnt ment, negotiated "with China nt agents of all tho taxable authorized this Juncture, but Ihave confidence ROAD BUILT TIHtOCGir' years carried bver 50,000 visitors to the Washington conference, was rati-t- ho property of every character and kind Some miscreant In Detroit ,rodo pofamous- - park thru all of Its; sights fled today by Japan. County, said assessment away with Henry Ford'3 motor car that the operators of mines still In MOUNTAIN. Off' ttfiASS in Fayette to thac end." sition will (Goodyear News Scr- and wonders. to be made as of July 1, 1921. the other day, and he reported the Avcfs OFFICE INT MAIL Hoover Lauded Fqr Foresight. tIceO COMMISSION, "STATE TAX Ever hear of a mountain, of glass? theft to the police. They asked him Explaining- - conditidns existing In " "Ralney T. Wells. Chairman. what sort of machine It was and he the coal lisJnstry, Mr. Hocoer said Or a glass road?' No, this Isn't a Almost everything Is done by mall Sallow complexion f due to a tor- "James A. Scott, Member said::" A Ford of course." Then he that In certain districts, du to un- yarn about a gtiss pyramid in the pld liver. Herblno purifies and "ow- - " " saves so much time. Roger "L. R. Davis, Member dropped Into a Ford branch and took sound dlstrabutlon methods and com- rear jf somebody's bottle factory, nor strengthens tho liver and bowels mid j Illey, a student at Washington "Attest: Ben Marshall, Secretary." a new car Just as you or I would petitive bidding, prices havei advanced a story of a broken-bottl- e road police tho rosy bloom of health to verslty, St. Louis, has been elected May KeMst Order pick a cherry off a tree. (This story strongly, while In other districts or- trap for speeders. the cheeft. Prico COvv Sold by Ohio c't' attorney of Slkcseton, Mo., by a. Following the making public of the Is probably a piece of free publicity A mountain at solid glass was the County Drug ders are still Insufficient to keep vote as tho result of a Co. m A. Scott, member of the to boost tho Ford, but It g'oe3 as biggest problem confronting the conorder James operating mines busy . , canvass conducted entirely by cor- of Chair- news.) commission In the absenco Among- the suggestions oft red by struction engtneers who bnttt the COURT OF NATIONS URGED jrospondonce. man fialney T. Wells, who is 111, stat' Mr. Hoover after he had detailed his magnificent road system which Is one party SEEDS IN DEMAND ed that the p'TSonuol of the CLOCK ON AN EGG. plan was that he price level of 1917, of the finest artificial features of the At tho session of the American i had received The congressman that will make the reassessment had fuel administra- Yellowstone National Park. Society of International Law. hold at ' fixed by the war-tim- e not yet been determined. The exact some eight or 10 applications for pea tion, with minor adjustments to meet How they "solved the problem by Washington. tester Vulteo, or Lakowood. N. J. Chief Justlco Taft time whni the work will start also seeds from constituents and when changes In wage scales, would serve methods hitherto unheard of In road spoke for a steady building up of in- - wxa astounded when ho was gather-tornatloMr. more came he wrote: luul not been determined, altho law, administered by an;'1"? n,s CKKS and found that one of as the top limit price for the commit- construction Is one of the most Inter"I am sending you fhe seeds, but Scott said that It would be underesting treaR stories in tho history of International, thlbunal and tho recog- - tnom llal ?2.-2- 5 Hat sido which bore tees.. These prices ranged from In heaven's name what are you doing taken at once. nttlon on the nnrt of all nations f markings that made It look like tho to $2.75. Thesti figures1 have roadmakng. ? may follow the with so many pea Are you Just what action When the special geological report the necessity o: upholding honor and ,I,!'1 ot a chick. Tho explanation roared to from ?3.50 to $4 n ttn order of the commission was a mat-lo- r planting the whole state with peas?" Elihu Root )fURBsted was that an old clock had districts as the result of com- of the scientists attached to the Unit- keeping obligations. today. Dis"No," came back the answer, "we of conjecturo here ed States Geological Survey was sub- paid tribute to tho recent dlsarma-- 1 Dcen let ne: tho nest where Hiddy petitive bidding, It was said. p. Government En- ment patches from Lexington, published in are not planting them; we are using conference at Washington and Eaze(I Intently at It as sho was per-saconclusion or his talk the mitted to the U. At the stated th in for soup." National Republinewspapers, this morning's beforo construction work operative arosoand congratulat 1 Mr. gineers, that the treaties which resulted formlnK h"r function. ' very remarka- will bo steps toward that seven county Judges from Blue-Kra- can. "on tho foresight shown In was started, nothing world peace, Hoover there a meeting counties In YES, THEY WERE IJOIUUIILK taking up this question In advance ble was noted, except hp statement yeetorday had decided to "resist the of a mile I'd llko to be dictator of that, for HIS RATTLE SCARS of a probablo need." HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS arbitrary action of the State Tax along- - the proposed river route, there All women's styles, my dears. In ordering county Commission." I'll guarantee they'd never change A much scarred veteran occupied Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) was a seemingly impenetrable mounmah dawg tho county a wild-- 1 judKOS to reconvene To some 'of former years. are tnln of glass running sheer down to a seat In a car, and opposite to hi in sallow complexion, flatulence of tax supervisors and boards night, en kun't. sat a benevolent looking gentleman, Cappers Weekly. symptoms of a torpid liver. No ono the river. the valuations fixed by tho Uoad construction was started in who gazed with Interest on the rugBob wanter know how can feel woll whllo the liver Is Inacdomain, ged face, and at length said: "I hoards and that they had combined tive. Herblne Is a powerful liver other parts of ths Immense come ah ain' fetch 'm "for the purposo of taking appropriwhllo tho engineers prepared to at- think, my friend, you've had some exstimulant, A doso or two will cause A Prominent Nurse HOME WID ME -- - HUH!1 really citing expertencis," ate action to test tho authority of tho all bilious symptoms' to disappear. tack the mountain, which was comAHs JES' Mo' TAS'ER'N Statf Tax Commission." Tho a survival of tho Cretaceous and sub"I should think so, sir' replied tho Tells Her Experience Try It. Price COc. Sold by Ohio mission's answer was the Fayette HE WUZ m sequent Tertiary Periods mtght have warrior. 'This gash across my brow, ON MAH FEET! County Drug co. Somclhing Worlh Reading County ordtr. been yesterday In the history of Yel- this seam down my cheek, and this Athens, Tenn. S lowstone, whose story goes back to cloven, chin oach c'os,t mora than ono AMTHMKTIO "I sulTcred from clironio bronchitis for six years and when d tho first cooling of the earth's sur- life in a fight." I had tho 'ilu' in 191'J, my cough grew "Dear me," said the old gentle- worsp. I soon developed asthma. I sufHero Is an nmuslng poser In arith- face. FOR FLETCHER'S fllant blasting powders and heavy man, "and how did you come by that fered terribly and was euro I liad metic which our readfrs can put to 1 liad a very b'ad color, could charges of dynamite were used, with deep indentation on your nose?" themselves nnd their friends. Th9 warrior hung his head and not sleep at night and had pains in my died, leaving his as little effect on the adamant glass A Chlnnman rop .much breabt nnd shoulders. Also my arms ' property by will to his three sons, as wall as a wooden mallet. Finally, made no reply. would bo numb. I begun taking Dr. Fuen-hue"Ojpio, now, Josoph," said his bet- Piercos Golden Medical Discovery nud oldest, when nil the usual methods had faila burglar th? follows: To Ono Saturday night was cured of my cough. I worked nil last one-ha- lf thereof; to Nupln, his sec- ed, a surveydr with tho engineering ter half, who was seated beside htm, winter cllmbtd thru tho open window of Mr. was up at night with my pad to party, who hud formerly been a glnss-blow- "toll Iho gentleman how you got that tients anil thereof; and ond son, Alden's suburban residence, entered did not have a cold all winter. " suggested heating the moun- one h DIng-bahis youngest, ould ask all who suffer from weak luma the kitchen und hid behind the door. n"You keep quiet Maria," snarled or throat trouble to try Dr. Pierced tain, nnd spraying It afterwards with thereof. Hardly had he concoaled himself Golden Medical Discovery." Mrs. W. the yrarrlor, someone In tho music room When the property was Inventoried water to make It disintegrate. C. Carter, Itouto 2. "I won't" snapped Maria, "it fairSince tho standard methods had nothing It was found to consist of Btartcd bqueaklng on the oboe. Then Obtain tho Discovery in tablets or liq. more nor less than 17 elephants, and proved unsuccessful, tho engineers ly riles me to hear you bragging of uid nt your nearest drug store or send 10o Bomeone took up a spirited tusslo were Inclined to think this Idea might the murks you got from tho Bodies I to Dr. Picrpn'n Tnvni;,lf irnt :.. i.,(Tl It puzzled these three heirs how to, with n shrilly protesting violin, only Ccpjnighl, 1921 by McClw Ntpp( Syndicate great while you npver montlon tho one I Accordingly divide the property according to tha bo practicable. ' r Wnt for to bo followed by tho blowing of tho medical ad n, Nu-pln- ," ," tnnddonlng bassoon In wild abandonment. Without further warning a g tcrilblo assemblage of noises boat their Inharmonious esprit do forto upon tha helpless ntmos-pher- b Alden's orchestra was In full blast. It was then that the burglar, unable to restrain him? If longer, ruiiied Into the music room, throw himself prostrato on tho floor, and begged Mr. Alden to hnve him arrested nnd lodg:d In n place of safety. nerve-rackin- OPERATORS BACK COAL PRICE CURB lloorr Inn He tonus of the will without chopping up 17 elephants, niubthcreby seriously Impairing their valuo. Finally to n wis neighbor, Seun-punSeun-pun- k for advice. had an cldphant of his own. He drove It Into tho yard with tho 17, nnd said: "Now wo will suppose that your father left these 18 elephants. Fuen-huetnk your half and depart." So Fu:n-huc- n too knlno elephants and went his way, "Now, said the wise man, "take your third nnd go." So Nu-pl- n took his six elephants und traveled. "Now Ding-batsaid the wise man, "tako your ninth and begone." So Dingbat took two elephants and vamoosed. Then Seun-pun- k took his own elephant and drove It homo again. , Qu6ry: Was the property divided according to the terms of the will? k, For Protection Mine Choirs they applied Of ub' tt 9 4 cigarettes A year ago almost uiiknotvn a leader j gas-met- er Today ICY BSSSSSSSSSBSsH BT ' A sweeping verdict for QUALITY lon er Pine-broo- co-e- road-buildin- g, - U d. er com-porc- d, i - fle-cau- se ts old-time- rs nt unl-resto- ' two-thir- - nal se-ds- ld ss throe-tquartor- s cat las' treed Ohiltiren. Cry C ASTO R A SEUN-PUNK'- hand-to-han- for tub rurglar n, one-thir- er tr one-nint- be-fo- -- r d (.. i.tii riJ XKXSUi ,.rwx., ,...- - zar: FREIGHT RATES MUST , BE CUT, HARDING SAYS President Tells Railroad Heads Charges Are Too High Washington, May 20. President i i . Hardjng tonight told twenty representatives of the largest railroads tlint thoy must expect a considerable reduction In frolght rates- on basic commodities. Tho railway executives were the guests of the President at dinner. Thoy represented, directly or Indirectly, practically every transportation system n tho country. decision from The tho IntcrEtato Commerco Commission, announcing decreased tnrlffs on coal, Iron and steel, agricultural products and other basic materials, expected today, at the Inst moment was Thlfl nctlon was taken In withheld. order that the President might secure voluntnrypledges fromi the railway ninnagors for reduced rates1. It Is understood tho decision will he announced Tuesday. The executives were told by tho President that tho country was only at the beginning of a rising tide of prosperity that would Insure Increased business that would sweep greatly augmented revenue Into the coffers of the railroads. Th present high rates, the President said, wcro the most Important barriers t,o general business stimulation, and the railway magnates wore nskid to In preparing the wny for a complcto return to normal conditions. Bees Prosperity Ahead. Tho President expressed the belief that If the roads reduced rates considerably on basic materials. Industry would Immediately show a healthy reaction that would mean, In turn, Increased production .Increased buying and nugmented revenues. This, despite tho reduction In rates, In the end would yield as largo a net rovenuo as the roads now reoelvo under higher tariffs, .Many Iteinain 0cr. Tho railway executives from the principal lines arrived In Washington early today and went Into immediate confer-neto reach an agreement on tho procedure to be followed when they should meet with the President. They were In session during tho entire morning and late into the afternoon before an accord had been reached. During this time they wen In constant communication with their home offices by telephone Many of thorn will remain over until Monday to observe th reaction of the conference on Congress. long-expecte long-distan- ce . Kor n Weak Stirnincli. As a general rulo all you need to do la to adopt a diet suited to your ago and occupation nnd to keep your bowels regular. When you feel that you hove eaten to much and when constipated, take ono of Chamberm ' lain's Tnblets. -- i KO INCOMI3 AT Abb SAYS C. II. MAItKHAM a, ' T During a discussion of the question of local freight rates before the Mississippi Hankers Association In tho Senato chamber tho other day tho question was- asked as to what not income was earned by the railroads In tho United States last year. It was a meeting of tho state's leading financiers, men who nro to kocp fully abreast of tho time and Intimately acquainted with important 'financial tho natlonVJ problems but It seoms that there was not a man In tho assembly who could quoto tho exact figure. During tho year 1321, basing tho figures upon a tentative valuation of optheir property, tho net railway was 3.31 per cent. erating Income This does not moan, howover, that tho rallroadB actually oarned 3.31 per cent, and had this amount available out of which to "pay dividends and mako Improvements on thieJr property. 4 dayB In a statement Issued" a few Markham. of Blnce President C, II. usual tho Illinois Central with his difshowed the Clarity of expression operatference between "net railway Income." ing Income," and "net always conThese two phrases are and all will fusing to th laymen knowing therefore bo Interested in Mr. Is. just what the difference Markham said: and "Aftor all operating oxponses provided for, and taxoshove'been accounts have been deset ducted, and after funds, have been on tho payment of rentals aside for joint facilities, the equipment, and revenues la balance Jett over from operating. Income, called 'not railway "Most railth estatoment explains, income from sources roads have some sucli other than railway operations, Blip-pos- ed grad subjects and all high school ds Interest and dividends on securities AMERICAN LEGION Biibjecl. Credits earned In the camp railowned, which, added to tho 'not NEWS HAPPENINGS school aro honored on the samo baway operating income,' constitutes sis as are thoso recclvod In other what Is known ns 'gross Income.' A proposal that tho American Le- Chicago summer schools, of which Thera nro certain fixed chnrges, however, which must be paid before tho gion bo given the sacred trust of car- th camp school Is an auxiliary. Tho chief ing for graves of CJaf ulcrito ve); U? O. T.. C.or military division af'net Incoino' Is established, among theso being Interest on the. orans in the South li?j been ir.at'e to fords the boy outdoor llfo and health bonds and tho rental of leased llnes." General Julian S. Carr, Diuham, N. activities In aburfUance; while tho Junior Camp places the younger boy after making deductions for Interest "0., commander of 'tho United. among suitable companions of his rs National Veterans. rentals, tho rnllroads, Instead of j nnd ' having a net Jncome of 3.31 per cent of tho. Legion, sponsoring own nge. , Major F. U. Heals, U. S. A., com- In 1921, had no net Income nt all. the move, has alftamade the same remnnillnir Mm rnmn In In nnrnnnnl rail-- j quest of the Grand Army of tha " The statement deals with the " j touch with all boys under his chargr. roads as a group, covering tho entire f country. As a matter of fact,' and "We see your ranks growing very They respect nnd admire him as a Is pointed out In Mr. Markham'sj thin, and while there nro a few of leader of the highest calibre, a friend this statement, tonio'rallroads-- fared bet- you yet with tho living, tho Legion and counsellor rather than a storn Ills ter than others, In tho same wny, Mr. has an ambition to prove Its fidelity unnppronchablo comninnder. omo business' to you all by accepting as a sacred .long experience. In boy education has Markhnm snys, that men n'nd farmers fared better than ' trust the privilege of caring for and l made him ah Ideal'head for such a According to tho Illinois decorating all of the graves of Am- big, d'mocratlc American Institution, others." management, erica's heroic dead, who fought on nnd In Is never too busy to go thoro-l- y foreslghted Central, into each Individual's case, prefcrablo location, Biiperlor machln-- J both sides of that struggle resulting Leery with which to work and tho like In the of our nation," the Suggestion for n Camping Trip are elonients which have their Inflti- -, gion's request reads. Buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic tfiu showing matlo by a rail-- 1 allowTho Lcglo nnsks that It be nice In load, as thry lmvo In every other bu- ed to assume Its trust on tho coming and Diarrhoea Remedy before leavsiness enterprise. Memorial Day, and adds: "An ex- ing home. As a rulo it cannot bo The case Is summarized In those change of our flags over the graves obtained when on a hunting, fishwords: of your and our dead and a similar ing or prospecting trip. Neither can "The railroads cannot sei fo tho decoration for each and nll.thruout It be obtained while" on board the cars public adequately unless they aro America will be binding and lndlspu- - or steamships and at such times and . able to enlarge and lmprovo tiiolr tnble evidence of the unity,v of our places it is most likely to be needed. with proportion a tho rcqulremnta of tho country forever." Indianapolis, Ind. The safe way Is to have It you. m country for transportation service mm develop. In order for tho railroads living In Mississippi, An how to grow, their securities must be at becoming the proud father of triplets, kxi'i:rt to make ads pay tractive to Investors for tho funds all girls, asked the American thoy receive, from tho issuance of se to suggest names for them. On Milwaukee, May 20. Advertisecurities aro us!d In Improving their his assertion that he was a "good Jnckson Miss. News.) properties. at poker" ajul thereforo willing ments, no matter how good, will not hand to "taku a chance on your pick," It ! build a business permanently unless About IMicumiitNm. was suggested that the "three queens 'it is well managed In other particulars that, In a few words, is the bo named Annie, Maude and Kate. thought of the program committee People nro learning that It Is only Indianapolis, fhd. I which Is In charge, of the program a waste of time ami money to take medicine internally for chonlc nnd Ono half of the A. E. F. In France-dran- for the annual convention of the Advertising Clubs of the muscular rheumatism, and about n glass of beer in a Coblenz nlncty-nln- o out of a hundred cases cafe about a month ago, American World, to be held here June 11 to 15. aro one or tho other of theso varie- Legion men have. Informed their According to Homer J. Buckley, of ties. All that Is really necessary to back-hom- e buddies. The other half, Chicago, chairman of the program afford relief Is to apply Chamber- who stayed back In Paris, was a committee, the manufacturer whose lain's Liniment freely. Try It. It Quartermaster Corps sergeant. The advertising succeeds must have: A product that will sell. costs but 35 conta per bottlo. Largo A. E. F. soon will be reduced to Just ni one of the pair. A market in which the goods can size 60 cents. Indianapolis, Ind. i be sold. FHANCK AWAITIXfi The finest kind of administration While a forest fire was sweeping VISIT OK MORGAN down upon sick and; wounded obtainable. . 1. e. A contented factory confined in a Lakewood, N. J. Is await-in- c hospital, Paris, May 20. France American Legion men reswith extraordinary Interest the cued their Invalid comrades and parkThe strongest type of advertising arrival of J. P. Morgan to attend the ed them in an open fiuldj Then they department which can be organized. reparations loan conference. To ths saved the hospital from destruction. A perfectly drilled sales force, i Imaginative Frenchman Mr. Morgan Thoroly efficient credit and shipJersey City, N. J. s pictured as standing almost alone ping departments. among the great financiers who will ask-O- d and human "comAn efficient More than 21,000 decide whether an International lonn the American Legion of Minneso- plaint," or service departmnt. shall be Issued to assist Germany In ta to adjust their claims against the Either in the case of the merchant raeotlng her reparations payments. Government during 1921. Of these or the manufacturer, you can not Whllo Mr. Morgan has given no In- claims 42 per cent were for disability, separate the essential qualities of the dication, so far as It is known here, compensation, vocational training and service rendered from the advertising as to the attitude he and the other medical treatment. St. Paul Minn. any more than you could unscramble while American financiers will take toward an egg. Mr. Buckley de-e- d, proposnls before the reparations comto attending a meeting of the program examining an While mission, It Is assumed by French find out why he couldn't hear, an committee here. For this reason, he members of the commission that the Indianapolis doctor found a wad of said, the program will be broad and Americans will want to know first paper in the doughboy's right ear, he comprehensive In its scope. Germany 1& reported to of all what proposals the American Legion. to mako regarding the terms The man declared lm had( inserted the FOUND: FEDERAL BUREAU prepared THAT MAKES OWN PAPER of such a loan, and what guarantees wad while going overseas In 1917, to she can give to assure payment of tho keep from getting seasick. IndianWashington, May 20. Found principal and interest charges that apolis, Ind., i one. government department which will bo suggested by the American group. Darbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, goes to an extreme to savi;' Uncle Tho French members also believe collar and harness galls heal up Sam a tidy sum of money every Mr. Morgan and his associates will quickly when Ballard's Snow Lini- month. The Commerce Department's Burequire assurances from the allied ment is npplled, It is both healing governments as to the priority of in- and antiseptic. Price 30c, 60c and reau of Standards has a miniature terest and sinking funds over all $1.20 per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Coun- paper mill, with which It male's exm periments of value to the Bureau of other claims, as well as the future ty Drug Company. various Printing and Engraving, attitude of the allies toward Germany Should the bonds bo Issued. other governmental agencies and the LEGAL WAIt ON TOBACCO NO " . American paper industry. , For this ot Surgeons agree that in cases League at Us con- work a certain amount of pap:r pulp Tho nits, burns, bruises and wounds, the vention Just held at Aurora, 111., de- Is required. This often Is produced Important. first treatment is most cided to avoid the course taken by the from scrap or waste paper from the d When an efficient antlsoptic is prohibitionists In regard to Intoxi- Department of Commerce and tho promptly, there Is no danger of cants and to rely on a campaign of Bureau of Standards itself. Tito paInfection nnd tho wound begins to education against the "filthy weed." per produced as a result of the peris heal at once. For uso on man or Tho organization will not attempt to formance of some experlmnts boast, Borozono is tho idoal antlsop- force the suppression of. tobacco by utilized by the bureau as mimeotic and healing ogent. Buy It now legislation as it Is realized that the graph and tabl:t paper. In other for an oniorgency, public are In no mood for further re words, the bureau uses waste byand bo ready . paSold by strictive laws. products to produce Prlco 30c, 60c, and rn County Drug Co. Ohio per for Its own use. I .- CAMP ROOSEVELT HAVK1) SCHOOL FOR BOYS WINS FELLOWSHIP IN PRANCE , IIRAUT ON NIGHT; O&h-fedorhtud-quartelc. j h Sfirt f.nnmfs SB- 15 Fluid Draolro j . J?o: Iow0 "I 1 .i CASTORIA For Infants and Children. r3iieBHBK1 "' irrAtftiRii Mothers Know Thai Genuine Castorik ''if1'"? Vff'l isE': '? -1 ' " "' 1 A M0m - .. .. .. simiinumuicivuu 1'liit uii AVcelablcrrcparationforAs .ALCOHOL-- il . '''"" fMrltaoltM j . UngtlicStomachsnndDjrelscjj Thereby Promouns ure u Always , Bears .the Signaturei of m & Ar met neither Opium.Morphtocnor JMIIIITJU. XI uajZ. t' btM'iS-U- Jtiiltt&rd- '5 b.t; Ifokmrmlinr . U AhdpIulKcmc C0.n! ..f-P? . " J..f.. . ".Tnessana J ,"n -- - rcsuuin 8 .: tr.eruiuiur OF SLEEP ;:..-TnfiincV.il !1 (X TMf f J(v Ira ti:lls racSimlcSJjnotcrepr n..rrvTxcnCf.MPAJ MU j Le-Wl- on "'., Use For Over Thirty Yeas. iy Esa ETFBmi!MWm CASTORS! CtNTlUn COMT.KT, Nil T C-- T ETi.t, Copy of Wrapper. k Which Daily Paper? I A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. factory-workmen- The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper v , ' prestige and reputation. It is essentially .a newspaper, intent upon giving news mattefirst consideration. EnjoyS a nation-wid- e Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington nd' Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Cour-is the daily newspaper you will need. ier-Journ- 1 al By special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L ;AND ' for only $5.75. ' -- THE REPUBLICAN Both" ono year, by mail, co This offer applies to renewals as .well as new subscriptions, bat only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Nev subscriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will dato from expiration ot present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tbo Louisvillo Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. -- ?l-20- Whllo Newman Neff, ot Charleston, W. Va was out autolng with friends a volley of shots was fired, it Ih believed, by disgruntled miners or illicit distillers. Ono ot tho bul- lets struck Neff in tho left breast. examination of his chest An Bhowed his heart to be located vertically, leaning slightly to tho right ot his brenst. "If his heart had been located where hearts nro usually found," said tho hospital surgeon, "Neff would have died Instantly." N "Oh, no" replied Jones, "Sprained dreds of dollars, Camp Roosevelt conbasis his ankle, probably." operate on the pre-wtinues to When an old painting of Christ of little over a dollar a day per caEFFICIENCY" carrying tho cross was being reno- det. The balance necessary for the Another trlbutb to the good qualiin the archleplscopal residence maintenance of this large Instituvated ty of American education in Baltimore it wbb discovered that tion Is supplied by public spirited Chipart of the canvas on which the cago citizens, who yearly contribute is contnined in the official report on tho tho academic standing ot Princeton head of Christ was painted bad been the needed funds. Those who prepared at The camp Is divided Into1 three sec- freshmen. patched into the rest of the picture, of public high schools rank generally and it is believed by oxperta that this tions, to meet the differing needs patch was u work by Murlllo, tho the boys. The summer school divi- higher than students from private eighth preparatory schools. The ability of sion includes seventh great Spanish painter. MAY BE A MUIULLO ar HIGH-SCHOOL high-school Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CAS T OR' ii . : - dollars for three weeks Chosen from among the womon Is what it costs a boy to attend Camp graduates of all American colleges Roosevelt, conducted tinder the aus- and universities, Miss Dorothy L. pices of the Chicago Board-o- f Educa- Mackay, A. M., of San Francisco, tion, near LaPorte, Indiana, and1 open a graduate of tho University of Calito boys during tho summer from all fornia, has been awarded the annual parts of tho country. Enrollments fellowship In Franco by tho American early In May indlcato the national Association of College! Women, for reputation this camp has built up, research work at the Sorbonne. At and applications and Inquiries are present Miss Mackay is doing repouring Into the Headquarters from search work at the University of u every, state Jn the Union. The Paris,, Is plain. It is open to any Am"Dear me, that was terrible. A erican boy of good character from the nge of 12 years up. While man fell overboard the other day and scores of private vacation' camps ex- was, never seen again," exclaimed ist with the exclusive memberships Jones. Mrs. Jones Drowned, I suppose? and tuition running' Into the hunTwenty-fiv- e rea-eo- graduates to meet tho to office Just because or her good looks or her social standing;; moro exacting requirements of a have brains. Eleven years a;;o must bo presumed to bo the best possible test of the efficiency of high-scho- ol I moved into South Dakota. W7iob r saw the conditions" I resolved that T training. ' That students In the public schools should, would changp'Oni Jf eUus. hold their own against and surpass would. I in the right, wIUi graduates of private schools which both feet and I have beni Ih ft mako a'Bpeclal feturo of preparing since. I am going to be the first for college Is positive and highly sat- woman governor of South Dakota and isfactory evidence of the" thorough- the first woman governor In the. Unit(education. ed States." ness of public-scho. Now York World. -- GHUi PSYCHIC COULDN'T PSYCH WOMAN HKKK8 GOVKItNOItSIHP high-school col-leg6 sli.-must pre-par- cd n.o-on- et Jumi esr ol Alice Loralno Daly, a schoolteacher 6f South 'Dakota, has been nomiLeague nated as the candidate for governor. Wornan, she sajg. Is better fitted to govnrn the P'.opln because "she Is looking alter every bit ot legislation that has to do motherhood, with huninn welfare, the children and thej suardlanahlp jl thnis who now got ho llttlo consid eration at" tho hands nf the givern-- J nient,'" UUi: "woman mum unv her politics with common sense; tha mustreallze that she can't bo elected Non-partis- Eugene Dennis, the girl psychic, one of the seven renders of Atchison, Kans., reputed finder of lost articles, and rresh lreo a week's engagement at a Kansas City theater where she displayed ier remarkable powers, lost her wrist watch. When she tried t enter the psychic realm to find It sho found tho gates closed and locked and she did what you or I would do she pat an "ad" In tho paper. ' Her watcft was returned by the finder but Uiu young seeress has been unable to recarcr her lost prestige. ble i. ley tobacco as a staplo crop. Tobacco growing . Is a risky business. It Is mndo more so by tho of Directors of tho Louisville Board nrchnlc marketing conditions that Trade are right in disapproving the (By Fluko McFluko.) TnbllMicd .Weekly by have surrounded 'the Industry? Tho $150,-00- 0 JUBTFOBD rilljjTING COMPANY proposal that Loulsvlllo raise s'lmplctruth of the matter Is-- tho toby subscription to patch the JackIncorporated using his Wo are not saying It, mind' you, bacco' grower has been , son Highway In Kentucky. Roads cannot bet mndo for modern but J. I. iGoodmnn Bays there was hands' too much and his head to llt- W. 8. TINSIiBf, Editor traffic and malntalnd by gifts. Ken- nothing to the proposition of 1 D. and Business Manager. Judge Robert W. Bingham, pubtucky faces a situation which many Claire In the last week's beads, in the. matter of giving Bat Nail tickets lisher of tho Loulsvlllo Courier-Journa- l, Kcntucklans hcsltatq to face. The Xntered according to law at-- the In 1921r conceived the Idea of to nil the movies. In Louisville to Poatofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall problem of roads cannot be solved break him, and sentencing that bunch' applying tho California marketing by patching and by asking gifts of putter of the second class. money with which to do the. patching to Grassy causing a revolt, for, Good plan to the burley district. In tho Loulsvlllo recognizes the State's Eye says he'll bet n million dollars campaign that lasted less thnn four to deplorable situation and recognizes that If you y were to give Claire a months, some 57,000 growers of tho Address ' all communications Re Hartford Republican. Its own interest in the State; devel barrel of good, red liquor he'd wrap light leaf signed the agreement to opment. Jt every county In Kentuc himself around that durn barrel and enter the pool. There was opposky were grldironcd by hard, roads, If stay with It till the bottom stave was ition aplenty. Men who had mnde NOTICE TO SjniSCRIflERS every cpunty seat were upon a good as dry as the Sahara and bo ready comfortable livings off the sale ot BubscrlberB desiring tho paper sent te a new address must give the old road, Louisville would profit by the and fussy for the second immediately tobacco for a generation or more and those whose business It was to lend Improvement and would take a profit thereafter. Iddress In making the request. money on the crop" at high Interest Business Locals and Notices 10c overy day upon tho liriprovqment for line, and 8c per 11 Je for each Tommy Leach nnd Herb Porter rates naturally were found In the city would be glad, regardless This Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions, and Cards ,of any benefit It might derivo from flatly refused to pay us for the adver- opposition camp. But despite this 6c for lc ft Thanks, line per word, and money it, to see tho jacksoii Highway in tisements we carredjjftst week In re- opposition something over 80 per ach head and slgnautre, good condition from otio Stato line gard to their motoring expertnesses cent of all the burley grownln 1921 KEEP-K00- L Bi advance. But It is high time to an theretofore demonstrated, hence was popled, and as a result flic memChurch- - Notices for services free, to the other. poor received, on nn averfeat other advertisements, lc per give up the Idea that tho way to got we drop them from our lis! of classi- bers of the age, five cents a pound more for their frord. is to fied advertisers. roads made 'and maintained Anonymous communications will solicit prlvato subscriptions. tobacco than those who remained outreceive no attention. Joe Wilson says he's gotten to be side, of the Tho Board of Trado serves the Tho same methods that .were used State when it declares that tho best just about the luckiest man in the TELEPHONE way to promote, public sentiment in Green River section. He worker two in organizing the burley district are bplrnlf of tho Improvement of tho wholo days on his new building this being used in the campaign among Farmers Mutual 59 State is to refuse to'donato money for week without very much rain, then it tho growers of the dark leaf. poured. Thero are a few salient points road milking. " . that the dark leaf growers should .MAY 20 of the Board on u el at JKRIDAY of The response When a fellow voluntarily offers take Into consideration and analyze Trade- - to tho application for funds had nvr parclan" with which' to patch the ...Jackson his services to a friend, to be accept- thoroughly without prejudice in by said tisan feeling. llcadllr.es in a paper say that' Highway is a first-rat- e ed and used in times of ne-egood roads In the first place, the association Is "father of Gibbons Boys Has Not paper. It should be read by candi- friend we say that that fellow is an r KEEP-K00- L profit. Seen Tliem Fight," Wo often wished dates for the Legislature. It should exemplar of the bid phrafce, A Friend not organized or conducted-foIs a mutual organization that will that our Father had not caught us at be read at the right time to candi- Indeed. If the fellow, and he fs a fel- It low, chances1 to read this squib In stabilize the tobacco market, destroy it. dates for the Legislature. put Kentucky must elect a Legislature this rotten stuff he may take it as an the archaic auction system and the business in marketing the crop on Can we not, as a nation perform capable of understanding that roads expression of our appreciation. . . a sound basis. our duty and thejrlght thing toward are more Important than politics. UnEvery grower who signs the agreeor tno world wnnoui til that is done the State must suffer things we There are two or three tho remainder signing and executing a paper so to the consequences of having had this are going to have to do: Tame or ment is a member of the association responsibilities I do? year a Legislature which had no un- fire the Devil or like the Captain in and shares in the gravity of a situa- the Katzenjammers, procure a coat and the benefits. derstanding of the ' y?e have not seen any explanation Under the present system every tion which it treated as a political af armor, about an inch '.thick. grower is competing against every J ol the matter but presume that situation solely. (Courier-Journa- l, grower when the tobacco is llringlng up Father was kept out of May 20.) If the L, & N. don't hurry up and other : dumped on the loose leaf floors each i one paper, Monday's Issue, on acmove those cars of coal off of its plan year. Under the association count of Jigs being in quarantine BARNETT'S CREEK. switch me and Jim York, John King, w. this competition among growers will with mumps. and Singleton Howard willsoon have eliminated and the price of the If the old be one of them unloaded, FarmtTS are busy setting' tobacco. to grade, will tobacco, according China's interna) broils seem to Seyeral from this community at- gras's sacks in our neighborhood don't be established by the association. time', Just come at an inopportune all wear out. Ranse Martin and Ed The grower will receive one-thiWashington tended the Mother's Day services at Davidson have been honeying around , upon the heels of the Beda Sunday. of the value of his crop on delivery Conference when she had obtained Sunday school at this place Is pro- trying to get in with we select four, and the balance as the crop is marmore in the way of recognition and but to date they halnt nuthln adoin. keted. He may. mortgage the crop ,.-.square deal from without than had gressing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hoover spent and the association will pay the mortallowed her in a century or icon We've noticed it every since we Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou Hoovgage out of the proceeds of the sale. Tin ore. have been with this paper, every er. There have been other marketing running behind and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bartlett and time we are late, 'suggested, but ft, thorough exTo have her father arrested and nothing much for the llnotyplst to do, plane spent Saturday night with Mr. amination of the plans by the locked up for the night to prevent the baby we are nearly always scarce of copy. Bartlett, iead3 us to thei belief that BEADS. ODDLY STRUNG then rend Markham's, commentary, old Gent's interference with herself and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Hoover and If It does not Inspire you with R. R. Riley is making an at- the Tennessee and Kentucky dark and beau who is calling upon tho Mr. (By I. D. Claire.) week-en- d guests of Mrs. a higher and holler notion of man's young lady is a turn in family affairs were the tractive improvement on the front of tobacco growers will serve themselves relation to man, then Indeed you havo heard of and may be Hoover's mother, Mrs. Susan Bartlett his residence. He: has almost com- best by signing the Bingham agreeaiot heretofore Fluke solemnly asseverated last neither, thought nor soul. . pleted a veranda the floor of which Is ment. referred to as something new under of Union Grove. week in an editorial touching bears Mr. Lou Hoover, who has been 111 concrete, and surrounding in a sun. "the that only aged or facially deformed for some time, is no better. There happened to be a trifling base and wall of concrete blocks capPERSONAL NEWS. men now wear whiskers. And favor 1 could do Ernest Mr .and Mrs. Clifton Hoover were Hy a sliriplo twist of tho wris, so stone. Woodwad, ped with what I am rising to ask is, to which and In asking mc to do It he to speak, the United States Govern-jne- nt in Buford Saturday. said ho mean, to refer our mu- would get me some Hoover, who haV been Mrs. Oswald Mrs. A. C. Porter has returned to class does he is to reduce Its indebtedness by ORGANIZING THEcountry tobacco. Ernest Is a great her home In Paducah, after spending tual friend, A. Cox. a billion dollars. Appropriations ill, is able to be up again. purposes dating through lawyer because ho so quickly detects some time with friends and relatives TOBACCO GROWERS ior Tarious TjOUISVILLE MARKETS It looks like hard times had struck the weakest link In tho- chnln of huIn and near Hartford. of several years, and in a lot of the women folks of Louisville. man character. I bellevo they call' many case3 larga balances remaining , (Nashvllls, Tenn. Tennesseean) not trade a unused and in somo Instances Cattle For the mid-weMr. and Mrs. Garfield Barnard and I notice any number of them whoso It tact. Anyway ho got the favor. The second great . in all, are slsiply to be cov- light supply arrived and with a good marketing movement among the to- family, of Dundee, spent Sunday with skirts aro literally hauling touched at . Looking Into the Inconcelvabjo ex ered back into the treasury by with- active demand, prices ruled fully bacco growers of Kentucky and Ten Mr. Barnard's sister, Mrs. Lon Stev- shreds at tho bottom. panse or tno starry realms, I am drawing the appropriation. on all kinds. Best light nessee Is well under way. steady ens, and Mr. Stevens, at Prentiss. It mav be news to many folks who awed with tho reflection of the butcher stock In excellent demand, Burley Tobacco GrowIn 1921 the yet' 3tussla, today, seems to be the with the medium and inferior kinds ers Association was orMiss Vinita Barnard, who is at- look upon the negro as tho last link unite nothingness or man. Put lepper spot on the World's mass of unchanged. Canners continue ac- ganized, and what the organization tending school at Bowling Green, In the human race to the monkey, der burn suns which the astronomers civilization. Russia's poor are tho tive at $3 down. Few good heavy has done for the burley district now spent the week end with her parents, that civilization had its birth among to us are so far away that their .poorest, yet In the midst of where steers were offered Some ot the light traveling at the rato of 186,000 with, inquiry is a matter of history. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Barnard, of people of that race kings wcr black men, .ind miles a second requires thousands of there should be plenty. They were brisk on that class of cattle. Good At a meeting In Louisville, Ky. of Dundee. years to reach us. Beyond these; triltho first to drop out of the world demand continues for the best quali- planters, bankers and public spirited all, of them bad negro blood. -war and Instead of steadying down ty stockers and feeders, with medium citizens on March 4, the foundation lions of in II 03 beyond, shine other Miss Mildred Gertrude Stevenson, Tracing man's earliest conceptions suns the puny eye of man can never havo rapidly gono from bad to worse, and common light kinds neglected. was laid for organizing tho Dark To& Smith, stenographer for Barnes so that now It does not seem possi- Milk cow trade ruled slow and of a deity Is an Interesting specula- - tec, and on and on space extends uhti! Assobacco Growers' left yesterday for LaCenter, where ble that Internal conditions could bo tion. The most primitive notion of thought can not conceive its immen ciation, which proposed to do for the spend a week with her paror spiritual exlstonc i found ia Kuvago city. Amid all of this I dure not Quotations: Prime heavy steers. growers of Middle Tennessee, West she will inoro deplorable Government, ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Stevenson. jallier the lack of government must $8 012.50; heavy shipping steers, Kentucky and Indiana what the Burancestor worship, ltlslng higher l'i myself much more lmportrikt bo wholly to blamo for Russia's pres- $7.508; medium to good,$7.7.50; ley Association has done for the the '.culo of dovelupmcut mun, the: than tho humblo worm at my 'fooif Attorney A. D. Kirk, who haB been barbarians, buMiVMl in a multltuJe ent plight. Her men ut the head of heifers, $68.50; fat cows, $5.50 you say. But. it Ton are? planters In the burley belt. ob-uunder treatment In a Louisville hos- of gods. But they Ha not nhvuys you believed less and thought more- government cannot C.G0; medium to good cows,$45.50; lier marketing is not an pital during the past few weeks, Is worship their gid. They looked un-o- n but maybo you don't. recognition from any of tho cutters $3 4; canners, $2.50 3; experiment, "it long since passed f them ab workers of evil, and 2'owcrs worth while, and as to trado bulls. $35.50; feeders', ,$G7.25; that stage. . It is the secret of Cali- Improving to such an extent that lie Is expected to return home within sought to propitiate their anger by Miss Nell Tweddell, of ContfcA 'mJ. relations, she has none. They as- stockora $4.50 7; milch cows, $20 fornia's success. It Is the formula the next ten days. sume an attitude marked as dishonest G5. sacrifice. Even the earlier Hebrews, City, wns tho guest of Mr. and 'Mm. ( California oranges, raithat placed "by the remainder of the world. who recognized but one God, did not W. C. Schlemmer, city, Tuesday and: Calves Trado active with prices sins and lemons in every home of the ' Mrs. Lucy SIsk and children, Evan worship Him. Thoy sacrificed bulls Wednesday. TJiey want to scrap all evldenco of steady. Top calves $8.5p down; me- country, and it Is the formula which debt as created by and under tho old dium and common light calves from placed the Oregon and Washington and Carrie Lee, of Luzarne, are and rams and doves to appease His with Mrs. anger, and to engage His help in regime, which Is operating first of $3 5.50. Best heavy calves are apple on the tables of the East and spending thet week-en- d SHADE TREES category of slow sale and hard t'o' dispose of at SIsk's sister, MrB. Sidney Williams, fighting their enemies. to her-hu- rt. The nil the South. short coiPs of those who would prevailing prices. years It has been prac- and Mr. Williams, city. Mrs. Wil' For sixty . FRUIT TREES Hogs Demand active and prices ticed In the little monarchy of Den- liams and little daughter, Mildred tuIo is a long one. We have but One of tho most Interesting and little lise for Czars or rulers of that generally steidy. Best hogs, 120 mark, and from there has spread to Elizabeth, will probably accompany exciting stories In all literature Is to ORNAMETAL TREES 1 ilk, but when Nicholas was unhorsed pounds and up, brought $10.50; pigs, other European nations and in every them home for a few days visit. bo found in the Olxl Bible. It is the nnd murdered It marked tho con- 120 pounds down,' "$9115; throwouts instance It has lifted the farming story or tho Elder and tne Younger FLOWERING' SHRUBS tinuation of a rough, much rough $8 down; stags $6.40 down. Tobias. If you have not read it, do k population from poverty to prosperi- MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED so. Tho story is rich in plot, in poe The HEDGE PLANTS er road for Russia's populace. Sheep and Lambs Despite the, ty. country has nil that Is necessary to large supply a brisk demand was try, in tragedy. The tobacco industry has been In BEDDING PLANTS go into the make-u- p of a happy and noted and prices ruled steady. Bulk a chaotic condition for years. The James A. Tate, Rockport, to Mat-ty- e prosperous people, excepting govorn-incu- t. of the top Iambs brought $10.50,' tobacco grower has been at the merBuddy McPheag has closed his Jane Kuykendoll Oentertown. VEGETABLE PLANTSWith few and scattering ex- with three loads of choice Central cy of the buyer. He has been comAmos R. Carson, Hartford, to Palace ot'Pleusuro and retired from ceptions her natural resources for Kentucky lambs at $16.75. Seconds pelled to take the prince offered by the Florence May Logan, Hartford. AND SEEDSbusiness again. He went to hear an .( -wealth and productivity are unsur-pnsse- d $1010.50 The best fat sheep, 110 buyer or hold his product. Hei has Netter Gllstrap, South Carrollton, Adventist preach, who announced PLANTS FLOWERS and while this Is true there pounds down, $5.50; 110 pounds up condenined the buyers as creatures to Polly Phelps, Batzetown. that the world would come to an end is but little to be had In her vast re- $4.50; bucks ?3 down. In 1925. Buddy said ho had money ot theUrusts and' has rebelled against .BULBS gions and but little of what there is, BERRIES PICKED enough to run him and the' old woButter, Eggs and Poultry system, but in the end has takthe costs a fortune ia the medium of Buying prices, net to shipper, the en what was offered and made the man for three years, and he didn't Everything in Flowers IJr'oni lier exchange. Dollars even in Am- shipper paylpg freight and drayage best of It. CJoyd and Floyd Gibson, Otha'Lee, see .any sense now in trying to make Seeds to Trees erican money must be doubled two or charges are: Tho growing of tobacco Is an in- Raymond Gray and William' Bean, raoro.' first-clas- s Eggs Candled20c dozen. "three times to procure, a dustry ot the first importance to the quintette of youths who went to 3iical and then In large areas it is not Poultry Hens 21c lb.; spring Tennessee. Upon the success of the Bowling Green' to pick strawberrlcsr Have you read Markham's "Tho to be had at all, so reports say. Tho chickens, 1 lb. to Z, 35 40c lb.; crop and the price obtained depends returned lasTweek and no better off, Man With Tl)o Hoo?" If you havo I FLORIST Sun mhy shine on Russia earlier than roosters 9c lb.; dux lie Pj.; geese! 8c the prosperity of sixteen or twenty so they say,' by $1.50 to $5.00 each not you have missed the finest bit of Is now apparent, but prospects seem lb.; turkeys 20c lb. guineas $3.60 counties -Middle and West than when they left this port, due to philosophy ot human llfo ever yet in OWENSBORO; KY. Tar distant. All because of the lack dozen. Tennessee alone, while the counties rain and treasury raids by thieves drawn by the artist's pen. Look upon ' n Country butter nnlmilfi Vtll4'n mmflllvn Ana i'uiutiu& uuu i Pound 15c, Write for Catalogue. at stable government. of upper East Tennessee regard bur- - whilo at work. wind o nuuu-iumuu- o fJThe Hartford Republican NO MOKK CHARITY' ROADS STRAY STREAKS I Now is TV smwZs Your Chance al to get the utmost comfort in a Summer Suit at a most moderate pool-receive- d. price. New Sport Models, New Fabrics and New Patterns. A Suit will satisfy you in every detail. Come in tomorrow and let us fit you in the style and model you want. e -- rd Carson (El Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Ten-nesse- - -- ek v lie-lie- 7e lu ' - - TAPSCQTT i T rp j)i 1fcjv ( rtMMiUMWl 'I- - J- - iV I! Mrs. Stt.p Sosh, city, was In ninn, on business, Wednesday. Moor- - a z Jwmm H MEN'S ACCESSORIES ' Mr. John Ragsdale of tho Sulphur during the Commencement. Springs community, was in this city IlLKAClini) AND IRONED Counyesterday. terpanes, 3Gc; Sheets, 25c; Pillow Miss Llzzlo Miller, of Central City, Cases llic. Wo bleach all white and was the guert of her brothor, Mr, J. domestic goods. 48tf T. Miller and family, city, Sunday. HARTFORD LAUNDRY. -- Mr Gcorgo A Sykos, ot Atlnnta. Ga., was tljo guest of his sister, Mrs. James H. WHIInms and family, city, I Oliver Cultivators in These hot days remind us that the time is here for ahange, and we want to remind you that we can change you from head to foot for real comfort. 3POU INSTANCB Mmi'h Palm lleach Suits Mcn'c Mohnlr Suits Men 'it Pnlin Reach Trousers Mcii'h Mohair Trousers Men's Wash Pants KOU INSTANCB Men's, Wash Ties Men's Bow Tie, Men's Bilk Tien , j .' . '. .. .: ...t. jfcrf ,' '....'". .' $15.00 15.00 fi.00 5,0 ..:'. :$l.r,u, $2.00 to $3.00 2Tc --.. . :..'..'.. lit , , .25c COc Will INSTANCB .Men'o Panama HatH Men'H Jap Pnnama lints, ' Young tncn'o Orlt ntal Yacht Hnts Men's Bangkok Hats . . ; KOU INSTANCE Mcn'e athletic union cults Men's Mesh union sultrf KOU INSTANCE '. ;.:. . .jtj. . . .1 , '. '. ' t t; V -- .".JF3.00 2.50 ! 1.00 t T. v J . .r. . . ... $1.00 . " 1 Mon' Oxfords, blnck, tan and brown Men's Ilrown Oxfords Emrrcon lirown Oxfords ... $5-.- 0 4.', 8.00 , MOWERS AND HAKES Deering Little Miss Mary Lou Smith, city, is tho guest of her grandparents,' Mr. and McCormick Mowers and Rakes or nnd Mrs. J. H. Davis, of the Taffy any kind of haying machinery. Phone W. E. ELLJS & BRO, Hartford community. Ky. 47t4 Mr. C. D. llownrd, who Is employProf. W. P. Rhoads, Dr. A. B. Riley ed with tho Bond Tie Co., Gates, guest of his and Mr. Harve Shefficld city, attendTenn., was the week-En- d family here. ed the Memorial Session, Central Commandry, Knights Templar, at Hooslc r Corn Central City, last night. One nnd two-roDrills. Tho most ascurate horn 1714 BEANS, PEAS AND MILLET Ha- planters on tho market. lerlandt nnd Sooty Beans, Whippoqr-wl- ll V. E. ELLIS & Dn . and Mixed Peas. Good stock. Mrs. Oscar DIshop, city, spent last Best German Millet. wtek-nn- d W. E. ELLIS & BIIO. In Ritsscllvllle. tho gue of 47t4 hpr nn. David, who is In bcIioo in Mrs. A. L. FHckner and daughter, Uethel College, Louvina, of Evansvllle, Ind., Mrs. II. HOLD YOUU WOOL about teii J. Jake, Mr. and Mrs. Clay T. Vinson, days, the price will be good, Ulll of Owensboro, were guests of Mrs. J, T. Vinson, Beaver Dam, Sunday notify you when to deliver. SILAS STEVEN Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Misses Mar garet, Lettle and Mary Marks, city, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bartlett little son, spent tho week-en- d fi went totoOwensboro Wednesday after noon, Mrs. Dartlett's mother, Mrs. hear Rlcardo Martin, the noted tenor, at tha Bleich Thea Hoover, near Deda. tre. Mr. McDowell Fogle, city, sjnt Mrs. Fllura Barrett and daughter, from Sunday until Tuesday withjtls sister, Mrs. T. B. Petrlo and lr. Miss Mattye Bonner, of Barrett's Ferry, have arrived In this cfty to Petrle, Indianapolis, Ind. spend the summer with their son and Hoosler Crn brother, Mr. L. G. Barrett and Mrs. One and Two-rodrills. The most accurate corn pnt- - Barrett. It4 m nn tho market. Mr. Herbert Sanders, of Covington, W. E. ELLIS & BR Ky., arrived In this-city- , Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Riley, Me St visit his wife and children, who ar W. M. Fair, McDowel FogleanH. making an extended visit with rcia-'vhere. He will rttu n to Coving D. Estcs, city, spent Wedncsdajof ten tomorro.v. week in Owensboro. last w I w es Buy an Oliver Riding Cultivator for better plowing. Ride instead of walk, cultivate more acres, which means more and better com when cultivated yith Oliver Cultivators. We can furnish you either Disc or Shovel. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY, Complete Line of BASE BALL jGOODS! We Invite Your Inspection. Izob, til i't vo See us and be comfortable. The Hartford FRIDAY . Republican ne I, 1S, ; LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Sheriff G. A. Ralph was In ELPERBOlOcents. SMOKE iir x- - im 00 n- r m Saturday. ot - Fresh fruits and vegetables all kinds, at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. Miss Bonnie Sosh is spending this week- with Miss Katherine Williams, Hartford, Routo 1. ier er n- i - left trip to Cromwell and vicinity Mr. R, II. Martin made a business Mr. C. 0. Hunter, cashier of the. Hank of- - Hartford, spent Sunday in Louisville. t& I FORSALE Trlco $75,00. T1CHEN0R-MILLER ' One Ford Chassis, " 4Ct3 MOTOR CO. Center-town, Miss Kathleen TJlchenor, of guest of Miss was the week-en- d Erncstyne Ralph, city. Miss Elizabeth Scott, city, spent with Miss Ida Mario tho week-en- d at Centertown. Uennett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ward of a West Nocreek, aro the parents of born Tuesday, little bop, city, Miss Carolyn Brown RNjder, Lilis the guest ot her cousin, Miss Beayer Dam. lian Taylor, ' was the recent guest m 1, Miss lone Lee, Olaton,' Route of her uncle, Mr. Owen Lee and family, city. For hands ead of Mules, 16 SaU milch hlg,h, and one Holsteln For cow, fresh. CLAUD KING, Hartford 4u "! F' and Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Bean of Alice .Paxton, little' daughter, rela- Louisville, are tho guests of tlves in this city. We are the exclusive agents for Mrs. H. T. Holbr Messrs. Roscoe Jarnlgan andHdls the BudweJser'Beer In Ohio County. Have a car load on hands. Place Wnlker motored , to Bowling G your order by phone or by mall. Wednesday of last week. Vf ELLIS ICE CO., Hartford, Ky. Miss Sallye Shultz, who Js att I 45t4 lng school at Bowling preen, tit Mr. and Mrs. Noble Taylor and with her parents, f, the week-en- d children, of Herrln, 111., arrived In Mrs. Ozna Shultz, city. and In addition to our regular line of groceries we Beaver Dam last Saturday to spend keep fresh meats constantly on hand. Below are some several weeks with Mrs. Taylor's parMiss Anna Rhea Carson retif of our many low prices : Tuesday from Louisville, wherme ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox, Choice of Steaks and other relatives. 30c since Thursday of last had been Good Steak r. visiting friends and shopping., , 20c ,... Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Likens, and ". .".-- . '. .12 to 20c Swat tho fly early, boxes for 2Cc. Roasts, per lb WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. John D. Lauterwasser and s; son, Arnold, Meedames Jesse HoovJ?. & G. Soap, per bar 5c Sup Nina. city, wero recent gues f er and HInton Leach, city, Esq. LesBacon, per lb 15 to 20c and lie Coombs, Hartford Route 2, were Mr, Tony Johnson left Tuesday af- their uncle and aunt, Mr. Sugar, 14 lbs. . In Owensboro Tuesday. $1.00 ternoon for Louisville, where he has Robert Lauterwasser, Hartford High Grade Patent Flour, 24 lb. bag $1.00 a position with Bond Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett, Mrs. Mr. James Caskey Bennett Bring us your produce and get our bargains Master James Lester Fulkerson, Sunday for Central City, wher W. C. Overhultz. and little son, when buying. city, Is visiting Miss Martine Tay- has headquarters, having nccepi Winston Bennett, Mrs. Anna J. BenJ.' B. YORK & SON, Hartford, Ky. position with an insurance Comp, nett and little1 son, Charles Ross, lor, In the Cromwell country. f spent a few days this week with Mr. Mrs. James A. Baird, city, ret andMrs. Lennle Everly; of Matanzas. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, who visit i spent the winter in Louisville, have ed Sunday from a week's Mrs. C. M. Heavrin returned to WASHINGTON COMMENT try as a whole, oven before it thlnka her daughter, Mrs, B. S. Cham here. returned to 'their home of exploited children. lain, and other relatives In Owenj her home in Hawesville yesterday, spending four days in this city, after Mrs. T. S. Marks and daughters, ro. "What is the matter with tho tho guest ot her son, Cecil H. HeavMisses Margaret, Mary vand Lettle, That business should not profit at church?" ask many devout churchCounty Court Clerk Guy Rar rin and Mrs. Heavrin, and. her slater, Friday. city, were in Owensboro last expense of the health of little goers, ministers, church authorities and Mrs. Ranney, spent Sunday , Mrs. M. L. Heavrin and Mr. Heavrin. the children is a universal belief. That and serious-minde- d laymen. and J Ranney's parents, Mr. Miss Lurene Collins, of Greenville, Mrs. There are a thousand answers. Oao Mr. and Mrs. Alva Petty, Mrs. child labor is expensive to the nation, Hopper, near West Pi here with her Luther spent the week-en- d Cordelia Petty and Mr. Frank Fore- an offense against decency, undeslred ot them Is brought forcibly to mind parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins. dencc. man of Narrows, went to Owensboro by those who put the welfare of the; when the proceedings of a gaUterlne Mr. B. C. Caldwell, of Ashe Sunday to visit Mr. Foreman's daugh- race and their country above Irame- -' of a certain church are read and It Is Just received a car of Universal un- utaie monetary prom, is unuentea. found that emphasis is being placed Tuesday'untll ter, Miss Lerlene, who Portland Cement. Can make you N. C, spent from But there are worse things than upon the necessity for ministers 44t4 terday in this city, the guest of derwent an operation at the City . attractive prices wtich could strictly to "maintain tho moral law" child labor; things daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Miller and W. E. ELLIS & BRO. wreck these United States much by refusing to marry ono who hna Millet FERTILIZER 10 per cent acid quicker even than the exploiting of been divorced for any other reason ALUMINUM WARE Double holl than infidelity. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Blrkl phosphate, per ton $14. CO 1.12.1. many little children. Perculators, your ers, Sauce Pant per ton Ono of these is the overthrowing Owensboro, were guests of Corn and wheat grower That, brethren of the church. Is of choice at $1.00. stones upon one of the things the matter with It; Birkhead'a brother, Mr. E. E. H $30.00; 2.8.2. Tobacco grower $30.00 ot those, foundation & TAYLOR. WILLIAMS which this nation Is built; let there- - the refusal to recognize that tho huhead nnd Mrs. Elrkhead. city, EaUash at tho car D. L. D. SANDEFUR, be no foundation and the superstruc- man mind demands equity In its reDorothy Horn, of near Owens day and Sunday. ' ture, will crumble. Let there be no ligion as well us its civic law. Beaver Dam. boro is spending this week with 'her nation, and children here will be as Marrjagr, a sacrament In tho Wo aro agents for the genuine ll Bishop and Mr. Blsh nurit. Mrs. Leon Will havo a supply at pi Mr. U. M. Everley, who spent ten arc the children of Russia starved, church, is made with mutual promCola. op, city. jays with relatives in the Center tmlntnticf flotwt hv 4limicnn1e ises tg love, to honor, to cherish, to at all times. The Supreme Court' of the United be faithful. "But," says the church, ELLIS ICE CO.,. town community, returned to his Messrs. Paxton Cascbtor and Hartford, Ktomo in Herrln, 111., Monday. Ho Stntes has just rule1 that the 1919 "if you break one ot these you may Taylor, Misses Eloiso Austin, Beaver 45-vwas accompanied by his ncico, Mrs. child labor law waB unconstitutional, be free of marrjage bonds, but it Dam, and Margnret King, city, were Route JUcnard KIncheloe and her daughtor Doubtless tho exploiters ot children you keep that one and break all tne Myrtle Carter, Miss Sun'day. in Owensboro rejoiced. But there are many who rest, bqund you must be!" A man for ChicMiss Carrie, Hartford, leaves y --, love children who have not criticiz may beat his wife, get drunk on Foster, cfty. in wiinrn nhft will tako a stenot Master Ellis Maddox hooch and stay out all with his pui'c course in the Business UniviJ Little Miss Mary Louiso HeJton ed tho decision, just, as there' have bome-mad- o is spending two week's, of Sunnydale, spent from last Satur been many who aro heart and soul night, go to prison for felony, ba Foster, in ty at that place grand-mothe- r, Mrsi John day until Wednesday with her aurft, for prohibition who believe tho 18th cruel to his children, bring disgrace the Nocreek country. city. She. Amendment and the Volstead Act upon his family. "Never mtnd all Mr. Gay ion Westerfiold retutMrs. J. D. Holbrook, Calif., Tues.was accompanied home by her cousin, havi done more harm than good. Ad that," says the, church, "stay marIn Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Duko, Mrs. to .his homo Jltle Miss Ruby Gordon Weste.rfield, mittedly, the 1919 child labor law ried." But a man may bo all that a few days A. B. Riley, and little son Baxter, after spending Mrs. G. A. Ralph, iPo will spend several days with her. would have stopped child labor. But Is good and kind and upright and and Mrs. Step Sosh, city, wero in Ow- Sheriff and it would also open the doprs to tho honorable and teniporato in every and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Porter, lj ensboro, laBt Saturday, I Mr8, Edward Hoover, of Clnclnna- - federal government taking over all other way; If ho is once unfaithful, vor Dam, fi, Ohio, arrived here recently to vis- - rights not reserved to and by the then, says tho church, dlvorco-- . by all Mrs. It&y Cook, and litlo daughher narents and friends at Beda. states, a thing expressly forbidden In means At a bargain, week-en- d FOtt SALE ter, of Olaton, spent tho Paint, Jpr a few weeks. Mr. Hoover will Jofn the fundamental law of our land. The innate sense ot justice with in this clt,V, the quests of Mrs. Cook's Maxwell Touring Car; Let us, by all means, do away with which wo aro all born protects ier in a few days, and after a short condition, In A--l and body mother, ..Mrs. Daisy Moseley. good sot of tires. Perfect mechpslt will return to Cincinnati, where child labor. But let us do ifby against the idea that a helpless wor. Hoover is connected with a law aroused public sentiment, by Btato man must stay bound to a brute wfto Mr. and Mrs. John Bell and chil- cal condition.' See me at once. legislation, by education, by willing- - maltreats Iter and bis children--, mereL. H. RENDER, F"- Morton, city, dren, Leburn and Sadie ' nttss to follow Him' who would have ly because his lapses do not run toDam, Km wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, II. ' Beaver . 9 Mrs. B. B. Collins has returned, little children suffered to come unto ward the "other woman." Tito lavr Sunday. Kuykendoll, at Centertown Cen-haHim, not by tampering with tho recognizes extreme cruelty, desertion, Rov. and Mrs. Walter Creep. j'er spending several days in City, the guest of her daughter, strength ot the country where chil- and felonies ns just causes for dibeen visiting Mrs. Proems 1, osT Miller Cord Tire, Sunday, Thad Barnes. Harry Hoover, and Mr. Hoover. dren are most free, where children vorce in most states; when the Hartford and ents, Mr, and Mrs. 21. BetweenMjny was accompanied homo by have most opportunity, where chil- jjhurch as a whole does also therevrill Fterdsville,- finder pleaso deliver to Hartford Ho'utQ; 2, and Tov. Greje be less reason for it to ask, "What I in Owensboro, roturpodte Miss Mar,y Bell King, who will dren are best protected. Herald office. Hartford, or Medley & Let us thank God fpr a Supremo the matter that men Venerate mo leu: dwensboro, Ky., and receive their home In Cpmmerco, Texas, juuumy spena me summer wim wr, 4lack, nd Mrs. Collins. Court wnch can think ot the coun- - each year?" 48t2 terday. reward; Mr. and Ohio County Drug Company BARGAINS AT YORK'S 1 ' 4t to-da- ve - - a. aaaaaaaaaaaaa" " aaaieaaaaataa" f on general principles. $10,000,000 IS PAID Tho sweetest sound on oartlLi WEED GROWERS human voice to Hie man doing $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper g& Tlirco Jlrtnlior Enrolled At Meet inns Held in Sixty Nine Counties. Lexington Ky., May The Hartford Republican -- thousand mert'wrs, It was cshjvnl-c- d hot air. Hot air is nil right, but put It In at tho offices of the Burley TobacAssociation the compressor before you use It. co Growers here tonight had bten enrolled in the This has particular reference to you association today, as a result of meet- fellow Past Porte. The Crescent. counties of ings held In the slxty-nln- o VASSAR GIRLS TALLER Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, which are represented in tlia organization, President MocCrnrkcn of Vfssrr at which payment to members In ollege told the student! that within those counties of an amount of monla-10 years the average height $10,000,000, the the ey approximating of tho Vassar girl has Increased one mn-be- rs second payment to us made to and a half Inches, and sheens added of the organzlntlon was made. countlss two Inches to her girth measure many Reports from t aro fllse showed that largo numbers of grow- ment. Hand i and Dr. McCracto.n said that 20 assocli-tlo- n largor. ers who remained out of the per cent of the students wcro atlast fall, had Joined on tho MHt, tacked by the "social catastrophe of day of the drive for new membdft, marriage" before they had completed which began with tho delivery of de the course. checks to members. Thousands of nonmemh'rs HAS "WALKING TYPHOID" these meetings by Invltatlonor the association worke"rs, and It Is e, Examination of Mrs Jennlo figured that between 9,000,000 nd a Chicago woman, revealed the 12,000,000 pounds was added to ie presence of typhoid germs in her amount that will hi marketed, blood which make her a typhoid cartis by the association rier, endangering of every t Bar-mor- 20.Thr. the tho ta'.tlng but railroads and steamboats are n not half ai i:nnt need of good trrmitiil facilities os a flhrlne speak or. On with the dance. Bring on the candidates. Let the lions roar. (!loe the ventilator and cut off thtf 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 AND- $1.75 Theommercail 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 servicS 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. Committee told the House that he was threatened with arrest for failure to pay a bill of 72 cents In his 1917 Income tax. He made the point Capital that if the government was four years V Questions Ucinj; behind in auditing and could find no lawyers As Violations better method of correcting errors Increase. than by arresting men who had done meet the laws of the Washington. May IS (Capital News their best to at the Nation- country, it was time the laws were re Service). Legislators vised. al Capital, especially thus- - witl. aro much 'awye-training, and e ii'..r. ft the ix tested In the I appointed by thr, Ani'-rlcnAssociation to investigate the 3ar For Infants and Children causes of crime. It is understood com Years In Use For Over Irom preliminary teports of the jniltee that mnont' other things crime Always bears in volume in large cities is largely Signature of CAa&jff&Zffix laid to "years of mollycoddling and sympathy by misinformed and meddlers" which has "dis- 1IASTV MARRIAGES ." integrated the administration of CAUSE DIVORCES said that it has also been "Marry in haste; repent at leisure" crime increases or decreases in a com. the old mnnlty in step with the swiftness or Is aptly fitted to replace jus"Home, Sweet Home" motto In many elowness of the administration of homes of newly-wed- s. tice. Where the courts act quickly, of the modern-da- y Judge Florence E. Allen, of crime decreases; where there are thest proverbial "law's delays" between Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Hasty marand trial, crime increases. riages are the most common cause Vnitiit nnnnln trwlflV mar. .lli'nrita "What no committee from a Bar .Association could be expected to re- ry hastily, not realizing the personal port is called attention to by many responsibility. They are ready to who have the best interests of the law quit at the first quarrel." Her Honat heart; that much crime is caused or gives four rules for happy marby inequalities and injustices within riages. The wife should have a regulhs hody of the law itself. A case in lar allowance; the husband should point is the committal to jail on con- make a business partner of his wife; tempt of court sentences three years the wife should be sympathetic, and old of a number of women In Chicago. I she should not nag her husband but During the interval between the should work with him. Judge Aland the punishment the women len has reconplled 101 couples and Tiave married and have babies, and granted 24 C divorces. -- . four mothers with children in arms Incarcerated. Governor Small, NO MVOnCK GRANTED were ON FRIVOLOUS GROUNDS taking cognizance of their changed conditions, promptly pardoned thera: In 1898 a young man of 20 marjiut the jailer could not turn them even though he had to pay for red a woman of 42 and they lived loose, --the keep of the children from his own happily ever afterward until Clar-enc- o Roberts sued his wife, Clara, the lawyers held the jpocket, because pardoning power of the governor does for divorce in Philadelphia. After 24 yenrs tho man rebels against tho .sjot extend to contempt of court They were finally releas- way his wife servea his meals; also he don't like her to wear a switch or ed by action of the judge. Law which makes Innocent chil- to "listen in" on his phone calls. dren suffer, and which finds diffi- Judge Stern sternly diamissed the acculties in correction of its injustice, tion for divorce after a broadflre of it is pointed out In Washington, 1h philosophical remarks, and he quotfor ed from Bernard Shaw's "Canadlda" bad law, and bad law makes The comIn support of his opinion. crime. A further cause for crime Is stat- plaints, ho said, were not sufficient ed to he the Intolerance and fanati- on which to base a decree for divorce. cism of the reformer, which brackets WANT SEPARATE COLLEGE an offense against a law of man with an offense against a law of naIt is charged In the report of tho ture and makes no differentiation beUnitween the two offenders. As an In- directors of tho alumni of the InCongressmen in Wash- versity of Pennsylvania that the stance of this ington point to the statement of a stitution has "largely lost its quality n Senator that tho offender of masculinity and degenerated Into against the dry law is as criminal as a hybrid organization of With the undergraduates they . one who commits murdor, a sentiment which finds no echoes In any protest against the mixed college and they recommend that a separate wo judicial mind. That the United States government men's college bo created out of the Is not by any means free from the million dollar Bennett Foundation ialnt of unnecessary delays and in- fund. Limitation of enrollment was justices has been pointed out with an also advocated, tho directors opposing Interesting if absurd example. Chalr-ana- n "the proposition that the universii Fordney of tho Ways and Means ty is tor the masses." tho government for a ship subsidy when the ark could no longer me t competition. Columbia Record but not easy. . Ireland Is free, TO WHAT EXTENT DOES LAW INCREASE CRIME? A-k- cd -- lc-x- al c.in-nittc- CASTOR 0 sC 30 A jus-lice- ar-je- -- se well-know- -- one with whom she comes in contact. Detroit Free Press Ami one big bucceea wucn everything else kits, For the rest of her life she- inuHt llvo puzzle is why they ever callid the rat FOR MUMPS, 02 DOCTORS 'vealcnesse they ore the surrvir.e I alono and preparo her own food and dog fight at Genoa an economic GETS NEW SET OF TEFII at least until n way Is found to cigar conference. .muz, ui uiuuianas nave iisiuru. ' , y FOR KIDNCYaLIVERAND her blood of the dreaded germs STOMACH TROUBLE Jan Elyria, Ohio, May 20. Houston Post We think Mr. Bryit is the best mtdldne ever sold Brlnker, veteran of the Civil Mr. SHELIJYVILLE FARMER an Is entirely right in rejecting the over a druggists counter. and 92 years of age, began doctong TAKES LIKE IJV HANGING theory that man descended from mon mumps the other i himself for the keys, but sometimes It Is mighty difwhen his Jaw began to swell, he Sholby ',l)e, Ky., May 21. WW- ficult to think that some of them did broughno Brocks. SJ years old, retired firnir, usual remedies, however, not descend from wolv.es or hogs. relief, and an examination dlecled committed suicide today by hang!ni; that the veteran was cutting his trd hlmsi If at the home of his son, Allle Brookln Eagle At last Mayor set of teeth. Brc oks, on the Benson Pike, seven Hoan of Milwaukee and the Socialists Brlnkrr has used "store"' teetror milnj northeast of Shelbyvlll!. have captured tho common council. forty years. on account of feebleness. Now If the courts would only keep i" Km vaHYtY7TTm "They gave me good service 'til iml falling hi alth is thought to have thPlr hands off, these fellows would PERSONAL HYGIENE a few weeks ago," the veteran id. been responsible. make Milwaukee famous with a Uuiolred In water for douche ttopr "Then my gums became, son, nd Beside Allle Brooks, he leaves two pelric catarrh, ulceration and inflam-mattojust seemed to skid nrcul, other sons, Lemmon and Elbert the teeth Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. so I took them out and doctorediy-sel- f Brooks, both of this county, and two A healing wonder for naial catarrh, for the mumps. But the mi I daughters, Mrs. R. L. Simpson of tore throat and tore aye Economical. doctored tho more my guma swell." ti lay Village and Mrs. Owen Wlgger, Hll rlhiiwrlintrv rL !.,. .J Ohio County i AC3ia Fr. 5fL all When his new teeth all aje. Pontiac, Michigan. jtuu. lT.PMt.ToartOp.py,Btoc.Mm. V Brlnker says, he will have a end conduct Funeral services will h oelebratlon and test out the mirs ed rt 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at CIRCUIT COUHT In the most approved way. Meets first Monday in March, May the chapel In Grovo Hill by the Rev. . and July; third Monday In September D T. Foust. SMOTHERS IN POST HOL and fourth Monday in November: THAT'S DIFFERENT udgc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro Seattle, May 20. Richard Ml, Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary. Kl son of Mr. and Mrs. iWl Stealthy footsteps on the stair Calhoun. Leading to the cellar; lace M. Beall, died of suffocjd Clerk Frank Black. Pungent odor fUls the air, when he fell Into a posthole. Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. Pleasing were the smeller. boy's head and shoulders Trustee Jury Fund L. B. TIchenor. But I hasten to advise wedged, Into the hole that the supij COUNTY COURT All you thirsty critters of air was cut off, and he died bef. Convenes first Monday In each That I hint of pumpkin pies, month: he was discovered . Not of home-mad- e bitters. JudR(? R. R. Wedding. Farm Life. MRS. FORI) SAYS "HENRY Fill County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. 4.1. PL:1J Clerk Guy Ranney. JLUl UlUUIUl ' NEWSPAPER VIEWS. When a man Is successful he r Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: A Safe Old Fashioned Mack Cook, Iris Render, Georgo ly gives his heajth sufficient con Remedy for Worms Dallas News New York's 91 murP. Jones. eration but a loving wife will look Seven ty.five rear contin. five-tla- y Jailer Nat Hudson. ter him, reminding him of the ders In 93 days show that the uoutute it tbabetttetti. wek hasn't been adopted yet mooul FREY'S YERHIFUCE QUARTERLY COURT portance of his health If he would can offer you. Convenes first Monday In each month. tain still creater things. Mrs. F by the murderers' union. Keep a bottle alwara on FISCAL COUHT feels very kee'nly the value of g hand. It will help keep Gazette-Time- s Pittsburg Last the little ones healthy Convenes Tuesday after first health for she would rather her week Germany printed 8,500,000,000 and happy. in January; first Tuesday in band wouldn't work so hard 30cabottletrourc!ru(fit'aor would Elve more time to rest. ThI new paper marks. The most ardent April and October, R. R. Wedding tcneril loir; or it jrour dealer can I uppljryou.iend hlaname flat money man could not wish for County Judge, presiding. why she says she don't want 'to til aad 30c in atampa and we'll and you a Lotile promptly. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford becoming a candidate for p more. of his E. S. FREY. BlllZmarf. UL a 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towIdent. She would rather live In p u Boston Herald From n mayor's Dearborn, Mich., t In her homo at Q. B. Brown, Simmons bo mistress of the Whltei House, point of view a city Is a mass of needs 3rd District says, and the majority of us wo entirely surrounded with u borrow- lth District J. R. Murphy, Fords-villfolks feel tho same way, I'm sur ing limit. WILL nth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart-forFarm, Stock and Homo You can't TAKE R. F. D. No. 4. MATERNITY LAW IS Mack Martin, Narrows, HELD INVA Improve the bred of Fords by cross- Oth District ing them with a locomotive. R. F. D .No. 2. 7th District J. Walter Taylor, BeaAttonioy-Qenernf Mi Allen Capper's Weekly The author of ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. rhus'etls told the alato legislature A Trealcepi flfcvWflx)jlBBE i act, prol "Wilson as I Know Him" has discovHOARD OF EDUCATION tho Siu'ppanl Towner for WEAR ered he dldn't'know him quite so well Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. for federal and state as he thought he did. LUNGS or Convenes First Monday In every prcmiiUi'S maternity and lnf month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, weltaie and hygiene, is uncon1. CONSUMPTION Rocheeter Times-Unio- n Soon the and Secretary-Treasurer. tlonal. Congress exceeded its aul. owner of a hiwnmower will begin tp R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, Ity, ho said, because the. legishi A quick relief (or that tired, run down feellnc, R. F. D. No. C. Involved police powers, which ar wonder which neighbor has his ma couehi, paint In cbrit. night sweats. hemor W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart ihaset, weak lungs or consumption. If It doct served exclusively to tho states chine Dot help you il coat you nolhloi. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. suggested that thei validity of th Buffalo Express-- Now the state Nat Llndjoy, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL GO. lock box ate be tested In tho supreme court. COLUMBUR a. ment Is made that Columbus was an Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Armenian and his name was Kholum-bla- Claud RenfVow, Dundee. NO TERMINAL. Perhaps Conan Doyle can bo Kvnminntions. For Common School Diplomas The rarest benst that lb knov. induced to ask him about that. Fourth Friday and Saturday In Janthe present age is the big gun ii Indianapolis News The roads aro uary, and Second Friday and SaturShrine who can say It and sit d To be held In Fords- Of course it Is praiseworthy of In such good shape that a motorist day in May. Noble to Incline towards uplift can tour in any direction If he takes vflla Tlflnvpr Tin m nn1 TTnrtfnrfl T.ivrAr -For Teachers' Certificates Third 1s but natural to find such fine n couple of mules along to pull him Friday and Saturday in May, June I willing to "stand up and testify out. Except notice Is and September. they say In prayer meeting, but i Galveston News Noah certainly given to tho contrary the latter exIt Is that Allah gave all great S had his faults, but he never asked' aminations will be held in Hartford. ers such poor terminal facilities OTHER OFFICERS' greater puzzle than the age of R. F, Keown. Tnx Commissioner the mystery of Who Hit Billy Pd Fcchrlcht all tho time. Don't layoS Fordsvllle. son and Who Killed Cock Rob days by Survcjor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle from work for Lio- - Vit-Lo- x taking calome I was at a Ceremonial the l when pleasant keeps yoal Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whiloreliovingyour troubt night where a wonderful Cam T&rnn Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Dotft Run. Shrlner made a great talk on fr 0U can't affoN Ji r?Jly'.thinff cIso HARTFORD ly relations between tho two it. Eliminates poisons, cleansea eya Police Jiidi;o Jy D. Holbrook. tries. The first five minutes he tern and relieves constipation.. A nat Mayor W. C. Blankenfchlp. ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum ed I wanted to kiss the next Cam in Its eirect and certain in results. I Council L. 11. Bishop, Secy. I met no matter how old she won't bo long before next five minutes I was stil the HOOKI'ORT completely displace calomel in mait thuslostic, at tho end of fl Robert ""L. Qreen, Judge, home.!. Children cun take it freely sn4 with perfect safety. Every bottle guar- Lee W. Pberson, Marshall. minutes I was indifferent to m Dottles DWBmi mom brothers on tho north and at th Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without thei likeness and signtW of half an hour I was W. H. niackburn, Clerk. aire oX L. K. Grfcaby, For Bale by to enlist and go to war with Cn Stllll Mason. Treasurer. Is . .YUJ.TlMla Jr - winter. the health But rs trie! i ii Evcry Woman Wants ftfsgq it, DIRECTORY -.. 1 -- Mothers use f' TT VLX .- VorWif - Utf ue IS 1 n. e. YOU. OUR al GERMINAL REMEDY Li wBmm$ k FORGONE MONTH x 1 n. USE LI V-VER-- Pftl f.aTtr sti'! the Troubles o Constipation, V U.M.-W- -- V '- - r ft. -- rt -- 7 i vmm Wm H m. 6h .jMi'Bi'k k r i I FARM DEPARTMENT. f HEIM FORCED TO QUIT HIS WORK FOR 6 MONTHS j linn and commercial orchard, boII manAcid phosphate this spring taken an important place In Improv- agement, caro of young orchards, County clean culturo with clovor crops, intering McLean county boIIs, Agont Ilobort It. Font says. Moro cropping, care of bearing trees, use-oclovers, fertilizers for dllfferent than 30 cars of tho fertilizer havo been used. Tayloi county farmers am show- grafting. Rheumatism Had Construc A copy of tho circular, which Is No. ing a lively Interest In soybeans, tion Engineer Down, But County Agont J. L. Mlllor says. In n 118, may ho obtained freo by writing Tanlac Put Him Back On recent cooperative order for soybean tho Experiment Station, Lexington and cowpea Beed, which was hnndl- The Job In Fine Shape, He (d b a Taylor county merchant, tho Tlnw Club Circulars Out. Declares. total order for soybean seed was flvo ' Loxlngton, Ky., May 20. Three now circulars designed ns guides for times as largo as that for cowpens. i Junior agricultural club nrolocts the' ,,"ran,ac nut me ',nck on tho J Striking points In connection with which farm boys and girls-o- f flbcp breeding wore pointed out to state are conducting have Juse come ' afler 0VerytlnB olse had ' failed," said M. M. Helm, 200 Oakle St., Ev- mcr than 200 farmers who recently off tho press at thr- College of on the farm of S. K. War- - culture. One outllmv, tho dairy nnsvllle, Ind., construction engineer rener In Warren county to study tho heifer calf and tho dnlry cow and and popular fraternal order man. "For six months I never knew methods which ho uses, County Agjnt calf project, anotljer deals with tho Rogers reports. Farmers from buttcrmaklng project while thti third what It was to be freo from pain. My W II. adjoining counties ns well as thpso takes up tho beef breeding project, right side- was ntfectd with rheumatism, my right arm perlsiTed away county displayed keen They may bo obtained freo by from Warren In the six pens of sheep which Ing tho Experiment Station, Lexing-wer- o and my fingers were so cramped I couldn't hold a thing. The pain was displayed to show tho methods ton. so bad in my neck and shoulders I i.cmi in breeding up a flock. Talks couldn't look up without agony. I niso were mndo by Mr. Warrener and New Tubmen Circular. never knew what sound sleep was. I and breedprominent Ky. May 20. A new Lexington, other hadn't been able, to work for six ers circular describing the development months and had to glvo up my posiof strains of stamlup white' hurley tion. Flvo demonstrations are under tobacco which nro resistant to root- "A friend suggested Tanlqc vayon as many Calloway county rot, ono of tho most serious tobacco tried It. Now I am completly and I well, farms to determine If spraying with diseases, has Just como off the press my rheumatism is gone and my right at the Kentucky Agricultural Experioil Is an effective means arm Is actually back to its normal wild onions. County Agent J. B. Oar- - mont Station. It Is No. 28 and may slzo and us. I am at work every many sections of i)0 obtalryd frfe by writing tho Sta- doner reports. In day and I don't hesitate to recom the State, this weed is ono of the tlon. mend Tanlac for anybody suffering most serious ones with which farmers from rheumatism." KHU-i- l contend. (170,000 Knts In 1iaV to Drhes Tanlac is sold by all good i Last Year. gists. ' Cows Are Found In Ten .April llccoril S!x hundred a,i seventy thousand Counties. rat8 Were killed In the extermination se.vate GOAL OK WOMAN. Lexington. Ky., May 22. 'tho (lrivcs ln Texas last year. County highest rscord for milk and butterfat aB,,ntg Cmplocd cooperatively by tho t Mlsslsslppl, which was one of tho production umong tho 11 Holstelns United States Department of Agrlcul-an- d against 30 Jerseys that won a .place on state acricultural coIIckcs. and bitterest states in tho fight the April Honor Hull of the State by tho collntos promoted many of the SlvI"S tho ballot to women, may havo producing more than tlirov pounds ot campaigns with tho help of members .tho distinction of sending the first butterfat during tho two das that of local farm imroaus and chambers woman senator to congress. That (K llmv wnro tested was made by Bhoda ,,f -n,i lm,ipr tba cenenil Is. if'Mlss Delle Kearney, of Flora, In' Overton Segls. owned by tho Ken- - supervision of Biological Survey ro- - formerly a schoolteacher, succeeds INCORPORATED jii.xf her ambition. tucky Holsteln Farm, Ilardstown. ac- - (lent control specialists. ' by tho cording, to an announcement Some counties were divided Into Collego of Agriculture dairy depart- - zonus anj money was raised to bo glv- - i Doc Perkins belongs to our Temnle. ment. ' en as prizes to men, boys and schools Doc was at a long Ceremonial the Jefferson county took first honors j.iuK tho largest number of rats, other night when he got home at .'or The largest number oi animais on Tno county superintendent of schools I2a.n1. ho found an urgent call from the list, eight from that county Hav- anil school teachers assisted particu- a nervous man. Tired out, Doc ans ?rvs-as high producers. larly In stimulating tho Interest of wered the call and found the chap at ing qualified Fayette nnd Gallatin counties .each the pupils. home and scared. tain for the accommodation of those leligion In the public schools which placed six on tho list whllo Nelson "Doc"' he said. "I don't Hurt no DON'T MONKEY WITH The most rats were killed ln Denhuman birds of passage, namely tho Cecil Rhodes had instituted. county placed five. Iloone and Todd ton County. Tho bo' having the plnce In particular, mt somehow I AN ELECTRIFIED CAT n tourists. counties had four each. Shelby coun- greatest number to his credit killed got a presentment that my time has and Christian . 15,000 In six weeks. In Williamson come." ty three, Campbell Sailors are wont to spin weird SAYS GOOD-BTO POLITICS counties tvo each and Urncken coun County another boy killed 909 In' Doc felt his pulse, took his, yarns about peculiar electric cats ty one. two weeks. and then asked. found in the region of tho Persian Because her concilmen did not give fkj" u ls estimated that tho rats av- - "Who Is your lawyer?' ' Owners of tho high producing e salt solemnly her the hacking she was entitled to, cows together with tho number they eragea about, a half a poutf. each, "Perkins," said the patient, "you gulf. An tolls off having been shocked severe- Mrs. Mary (making about 167 tons of rats killed don't think " had on tho list follow: ltobert Wedeklnd, Anchorage, six; ,iurng tho campaign, It Is also es- "Call him," said Doc, waring to- ly recently by such a cat which escap- mayor of Magnetic Springs, Ohio, quit Kentucky Agricultural Experiment tlmate,i that each rdt had it liked a wards the phone. The patient called ed from a freighter, just over from the "darn Job." She says good comMuscat in tho Persian gulf. He. knew mon sense and a mother's experience Stat'on, Loxlngton, six; J. H. Mc- - year woui,i on an average have eaten him. it was an electric cat, he says, be- were not appreciated, neither were Warsaw, six; Kentucky Hol- - or damaged property worth $1 mak- Daniel, "Who is your minister?" steln Farm, Dardstown, four; It. C. ng ,ll0 reguits 0f the campaign worth "Rev. Smally. You don't think It cause the shock nearly knocked him her doughnuts and coffee with which over when the animal brushed its she served the councllmen. Mrs. Cooke, Trenton, three; Allen uaui approxmately $670,000 "Black-DraugIs, in fur against his leg. Fadden declares she is through with Farms, Shelbyvllle, three; W. b. wai-lte- r. him," said Doc. "Call my opinion, the best liver Ho has been shocked before by such politics forever. two ; It. C. Tway, Jinny Rural Schools Fall In With Hopklnsvillo. medicine on the market. The patient phoned tho parson. states Mrs. R. H. While I1I111. h ''Doc," said the patient, with cats in Muscat and Bussorah, excluLouisvlllo. two; C. O. Hemptling nnd A side.ofKeota.Okla. She IIIKEItS AT 00. Through tho efforts of extension trembling voice, "Am I going to die?" sively the natural habitat of these Son, Constance, two; Guy Baldwin, continues: "I had a pain Ilardstown, ono; O. C. Hater, Hebron, workers ot the United States Depart Doc, "There ain't a animals, he avers. It never rains ln "No," said in my chest after eating-ti- ght, Burlington, one; ment of Agriculture and the State ng- - tnins ln the world tho matter with that region, the mariner explains, pep at uncomfortable feeTo show they are as full of one; Robert Connor, lingand this was very combined CO as they were at 16, Mrs. Mary Mc- George Wanner, Jr., Newport, one; ricultural colleges working in co- - you, hut both these fellows belong to and the dry atmosphere, disagreeable and brought HI C. nnoratlon with Aifm.i ,.DW.. local organizations Almas Temple and I Just don't want wlth a peculiar kind of food which Kee and Mrs. Clara Morris, clad In ' illliVll v Id an Pnllfnrnla. due: on headache. I was Gary, Trenton, one and Adam Kaiu, an(J gci,0ol authorities, hot lunches to be the only Shrlner you've made a they find ln the desert, causes thei knickers, have started on their and knew it was indigestion and inactive to become charged with elec- -' mile- - hike from St. Paul, Minn., to arovnow served to 187,434 children durned fool out of tonight." The Brooksvllle, one. uver. 1 began the use or trlclty. He assures us that he has Sioux City, Iowa. ' in 3,808 rural schools; more than 10,- - Crescent. night and light seen Bedouins in the desert morning, and it sure is Ncw Publication Sounds Promise for C02 children are buying milk - for splendid and certainly "I woke up in tho night and found Orcluudlng. lunch, whllo 3,241 rural schools- ob- Cullom Do you think I can nja.to their pipes by brushing a dry spilas of gives relief." grass the wrong way over the fur ot my wife going thru my pockets. KyjMay 20. With de- - tain milk and servo it to 115.111 mv nMfn hannv? Loxington, n Intinwln "What did you do?" Through this and other Gllllngham Well, she'll always an eiuuiriu cui. fW. a bji.uk lumua- lun elded reduction from 1910 to ibzu in cnuuren hly fires the grass but at the same "I turned ovor in bed and laugh Kentucky agencies tho serving of hot lunches i,ave something to laugh at." tho number of fruit trees In . ... .1 1.. t . uCtu...,..b ......., time the discharge Is so powerful as ed. n .?)! n Mm Un ted States, inner in ninw -Influence of- this . Lot (to slaves)-thl- s -- Hero, you! Tako to throw a man off his feet unless he k - caro of hearing orchards should re- extended and tho REDS "RAISE", S. MONEY into knows Just how to go about getting a wheelbarrow 'and shovel and inrrnnsod nrofits work has followed the children ui- orchards thoir homes, reports received by the bring along that pillar of salt my wife light! whllo tho planting of now A big gang of Russian anarchists Perhaps several grains ot salt of 'Agrlcul- - turned into. We'll use her in the Ice promises to be a sound investment, United States Department should be taken with this colorful nc nnd revolutionists have Just been Life. which ture showing that children in more cream freezer. according to a new circular count of the Muscat cat However, It rounded up In Detroit, after a long press' at the than 6,000 rural families are given I lias Just como oft the "ou'vo given me the wrong ls bettor food and caro as a result ot V Collece of Agriculture, and ...which 4..., may become charged with electricity tlcally in .taking ?5 bills, "raising' lf.ra.tl.ln mmnllnil .n Ill.prAS.Pil ohn-.p- " linlrnr distributed free to iuie.f3i.vu it. llxvY1 linir. o,JurCA suuuct. under certain conditions and that the them to ?20, passing thorn and it Tm nAnMAWt iuii oiiuuiu iiuvu nnAls-mothers by extension workers. farn.ur.1. Too Jato now." manifests itself In various Ing the money thus procured to aid "This reduction has decreased tho "All right. I'll keep it." Brown- - ways. Only a few weeks ago, it will bolshevik propaganda. Members of tho farmers' organiza For over seventy years quantity of fruit produced and has ... be recalled, tho Pathfinder publish Crittenden county are plan- - ing's Magazine. iUi una uurt;iy veceiaoie resulted in relatively high prices" tlon In nool Jack Yes j I had .a llttlo balance ed specific directions which a reader their 1922 crop of wool, .T. preparation has been A Olnnv and H. H. Hiswuuuoi, niiicr to ry nrat you nave contributed for getting a shock from in tho bank, but I became engaged am ,:. a" . . .. "..,. n. nolnt nccordlng to County Agent J.- K. found beneficial bv lhou. juiui UUiUi0 more two months ago, and now . a felln dynamo. The l.l.l,. Onnnrar Mnrn ...inn fl.UUU .tlOUIUlS lovsd, aKthryn?" -.- -- . sands of persons suffer- ,.v piaiuingB ii.uu., out. "Extensive "Of course you are. How tedious than ouce naa noteu- that when the Tom Ah, love makes tho world somo point in Ing from effects of a tor- - gl55 Will bo made when tho country is re- - will be centralized at you men are. You all ask me the on a cat's back Is stroked vigor- go round. - tho county about Junei 1. fur J- A-, w. M.W.. -- uv,.. nnrnvi rnnditlons but sovIH., samo question." Jack Yes.; but I didn't think It ously from tho tars to the tail whllo Indigestion, biliousness, oral y.ars will bo required to bring tho animal rests with its body ex- - would go round so fast as to cause colic, coated tongue, diz"Your father was preUy wealthy the number ot bearing tms back to tended along his left forearm and me to lose my balance. ziness, constipation, bitopportune, when he dlod, wasn't he?" Gold Hard to Get. It seems that ot 1910. --- ter taste, sleeplessness, Alaska prospectors, who were able both hock Joints touch the left hand, "Oh, yes." thoreforo, to stress tho importance of BIGGEST BOILER lack of energy, pain In bearing recently to work, for the llrst time, electrical discharges can be distinct"Did ho leavo your mother much?" fostering the orchards now of Turuaguiu arm, u brunch of tho sen, ly fslt by that hand when atmosback, pufflness under the "Oh, about twice a weok." ago. Tho Edison Co., in Detroit, on the goverupeut luud ii'ur Anchor-ugThese has eyes any or all of ihese pheric conditions are right. of fruit " At best, an report that the body of utcr la strong enough to "knock a lately Installed what is claimed to bo symptoms oflen indicate new plant "Seems to me I've soon you bo- - almost literally "paved with gold." are not could not take placo until ln the that there is something man down" but they have sufficient the greatest steam boiler ings nro made and brought Into Dear- - foro pr Your face looks very fa- - I'or j ears, until the railroad penetratboiler and the matter with your kick to be painful, altho they do not world. It is a water-tub- e out. I'osslblU- - miliar.'' ing, the nuthors point ed tho section, the tides that liver. You can't be too it has nearly 2200 tubes. It is 35 "Very possibly. I.'ve been warden rush up the arm, swamping small (seem to hurt the cat in the least. ties for such a condition are made careful about the medifeet high in nil and Is rated at 3,000 by tho death each of the penltentlnry for the last 10 bouts, have kept miners out. Now they Pathfinder. vtn moro remote ' horsepower. cine you take. Be sure young years, and I kept the poorhouse going In over the railroad and reare year of a certain number of that the 'name. "Thed- BOK HO.ME FOR BINDS. port heverul rich tluds made In the which commer- - fore that." limited acres to ford's RELIGION IN SCIIO6LS! Is arm at low tide. Rich gravel, It la clal fruit production aro confined, on the package. At all (&5S bald, lies offshore. One vein, near Edward Bok, former editor of the j0 Do you know that you talk ln Glrdwood, assays $1G0 In gold u ton. and the increasing demands for fruit druggists. At Hot Springs, Ark., the board of jnitt Ladles' Home Journal, has decided absence of sudden fluctuations in the your gioep, dear? Tlio U'ln is covered by high tide. to establish a retreat for birds near: education of the Southern Methodist Henry Do you begrudge mo those AfitJlnl Anlt, SSr industry, they continue. cam- Lake Wales, Fla. Re has bought a; church launched a nation-wid- e s. Disappointed. Amone tho subjects discussed In few words? London the Genuine. Wj hundreds palgn to place moral and religious) tract ;. JimWhy did every one cry dur-In- g ot bird housesand will locate make it a'j teaching in all the public schools and tho circular, which Is well Illustratln It so as to tho death scene at tho theater ed and detailed, are preparation for nursery today? They must have kuown that hospitable place for bird tourists and colleges ot America. The sugges- -' an orchard, the sito and soil, FOR FLETCHER'S is like the tlon camo from Africa whore ono ot The idea residents. tho actor wasn't dead. stock, planting, use of dynamite and camps that so many cities now main- - the bishops observed the teaching of Jake That was Just the reason. for home ( Jlllers, selection of varieties, j kinds ot orchards, pests, rodents, spraying fungicides, Insecticides and GALLON trs r - Agrl-gather- ed writ-Inter- est fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note. Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. shee-pme- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, HT STOCK. If You g have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try ans "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Ti-ui- s .,. ,,. Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY tin-ca- tem-poratu- ro Y old-tim- For Torpid ht , Liver Is" Hot-Lunc- i . J ed 266-anlm- Black-Draug- I 1 lf. .! -- ,,. - I. Bedford's - iu.iui, .,., n j t - .,i.ii-nnn- '.. wi-lte- r uf o..! on r; r e, m six-fo- bo-tre- - Black-Draugh- t," gl I M r Tit-Bit- 60-ac- re Children Cry CASXORIA SSwlBMSiBvSSi u. CmuSE SENSE OF GRATITUDE1 ECLIPSED EVERY THREE DAYS MASK HALL RKIHF.S AND FOUL REAVER DAM. TIPS TOO Bandit Saved From Death by Japanese General Eager to Offer Assist ance In Misfortune. The bandit's gratitude la the gist of n story Unit comes from Tokyo, Japan. The widow of the Japanese general, Sntto. who 1ms been left practically penniless after the recent death of her husband In Slherln, wns astounded & few days ago to see a richly dro.ssed Chinese mulling and bowing on her doorstep. "You do not know d me, madam," he Mid, "hut your saved my life, nnd naturally my life belongs to him nnd his. I have heard of your need of assistance. I have made arrangements with my bnnkcr to forwnrd you 5100 monthly, nnd If that Is not sufllclent for your needs more will be added." He then departed before the widow could realize her good fortune. The tale e wnr. dates back to the The Chinaman wns head of some bandits whom the Husslnns used for spy work. He wns captured by Salto nnd sentenced to death. Ills mother heard of this and pleaded, "Who will worship at the grave of his ancestors? He Is nn only son nnd I am old." Salto, sympathetic, ngreed to spare the bandit's life on condition thnt he guided the Japanese troops to a point nenr Tort Arthur. After the wnr the bandit "retired" and wns granted n concession for the bnthhouses In the Chinese quarter of Tokyo, where today e bandit Is n wealthy nnd the respected citizen. lids-banItusso-Jnpanesone-tim- Astronomers Have Just Discovered Why the Star "Algol" Disappears at Regular Intervals. There Is a star flint winks every three days. Algol Is Its name, meaning the "Demon Stnr," by which name It was known to the ancient Arabs. It was visible In July. Ordinarily, It Is quite n bright star, hut ut Intervals of every three days It slowly sinks almost out of sight, and then Just as slowly brightens again. The process takes about nine hours to complete. Why It winks wns for a long time n profound mystery. At Inst some one discovered that n dark, or nearly dark, stnr regularly passed fn froift of It and partially eclipsed It, as the moon sometimes does the sun. Neither n telescope nor nn opera glass Is needed to see these nlnc-hnu- r winks of Algol, although the writer bus found that an opera glnss Is an ndvnntugc If the night Is rather hazy. It wns one of the most wonderfully Impressive sights to be seen in the sky. No one knows how; the stnr that makes Algol wink has come to be so dark. It may be n dead or dying sun. Jt approaches our own sun In size, but Algol Itself is much larger. FAMOUS OLD ESTATES PASS .Time's Changes Wreak Havoc With Some of the Finest Places Known to English History. Historic estates of England nro still being sold under the auctioneer's hammer. One notable exnmple Is the sale of the, Itmdgatc estate, In the heart of the Chnrnwood forest district of Leicester, formerly owned by the seventh earl of Stamford anil Warrington which wns the birthplace of Lady Jane Grey, the old the hall, which 'as destroyed by tire, having been built by her grandfather, Thomas Grey, second marquis of Dorset. It Includes the ruins of the ancient Unverscroft priory. The priory wns founded h Itobcrt Blanch-jnainearl of Leicester, In the reign of Henry 11 for Au'gustlnlnn hermits, nnd the prlurs- - became persons of great importance, with evidently strong sporting proclivities, for It Is said "they kept their hounds nnd hawks; they employed a ranger, a huntsman, nnd a falconer; they had seven woodmen constantly employed In cutting llrewood for the house; they brewed ten quarters of malt weekly; they kept open house for all visitors and wayfarers and mnlritnlned all the poor In the surrounding parishes." s, Ancient Chinese Fable. In a story In the Saturday Evening Post by Hnrry Leon Wilson, one of his characters relates the following Chinese fable: "About 1,700 years since, n politician named Su Tal was one day ndvlslng the King of Chao to put an end to his ceaseless hostilities against the Yen Stute. 'This morning,' said he, 'when crossing the river I snw n mussel open: Its shell to bask In the sun. At once the bird cnlled nn oyster catcher thrust In his bill to eat the mussel, but the latter closed his shell nnd held the bird fast. 'If It doesn't r.iln today or tomorrow,' said the oyster catcher, 'there will be a dead mussel;' 'And If you do not get out of this by today or tomorrow,' replied the mussel, 'there will be a dead oyster catcher.' Meanwhile up came n flshermnu and carried off both of them." Appeal to Hotel Guests. ' One New York hotel has explained why It Is forced to ask Incoming guests to wait until evening for n room even though they have telegraphed ahead for reservations. It Is to Hartford made a pilgrimage Morgantown last Saturday and what tho Egyptians did to' Moses nnd bis people before they made their get away from the laud of Pharao waa'ab-solutel- y nothing In comparison with what those Butlerltes did to the Rlv- Olt! nnd (then orslders. some it was 21 to 1 and the WON. The River Hats could not hit, throw or hold a ball. They took great big hunks of stage fright In the Butler County Metropolis, also the worst wolloplng of their young lives, Tlnsley and Glenn formed tho battery for the Hartford boys and notwithstanding only 7 hits wero garnered off of Tlnsley yet the runs numbered tho modest total of only 21. The bags were loaded nt one time and tho ball passed all the way not a single round the diamond, man to whom the sphere was sent was able to hold It, so It is said. V. Crowe was forced to retire In the third inning on account of being spiked. G. Crowe Is the name of the player who dared to make tho lone tally for Hartford. There Is some talk of giving him a chromo or a guady bouquet when dogfennel and smart weed come into bloom. gee-whlz, I j on tho loSunday to Itockport, by 7 cal lot ? r tintoa nt Tal.nml nnrl nirnn 'worked at the points for Hartford, but that hare once seen perambulating in March had nothing on Bates. He had stuff but could not locato the nlate. Three batters were walked In one inning, forcing in a marker. We were unable to procure the names of batteries In tils game for Itockport, as well as the Morgantown game.' Hartford likewise lost to Bowling Morgantown went Green Sunday where they lost by 7 to 4. It Is stated that 3,000 people witnessed this game, but that's a whole lot. , Teacher of Writing Complaln3. The writing teacher sighed. "Yes, writing is a hard subject," she bald. "The difficulty lies In the changing of systems. It Is not as bad just now as It was a few years ago, but there was a time when a child began to write by learning the vertical system, changed to a slanting style, changing to a flowing style, etc. By the time he finished school his writing wns a conglomeration of all styles, and very unsatisfactory'""Even now a child seldom Is taught the same style of writing straight through the grades and Junior high school. He gets discouraged and so does the teacher. Another dlscourngs-men- t Is that when a pupil graduates from school he reverts to his own particular style of writing, no matter how well he has been taught." Springfield because other guests persist In hanging on to their rooms until Just before they rush olt for their trains for home. A business man who Is leaving In the evening packs his baggage In the morning when he goes out to clean up his odds nnd ends of business, comes back In the evening, grabs Ids baggage, pays his bill, and dashes for a tnxl. Now this hotel, In the Interest of efficiency nnd the newcomers. Is nsklng Its guests who plnn to leave during the day to pack their baggage and check It, nppeallng to their sense of fair piny to help out the other fellow. New York Evening Post. Camera in Surgical Operations. Moving pictures of surgical operations have, heretofore not been completely successful, owing to the liability of one of the surgeons getting In front of the camera, says Popular A recently deMechanics Magazine. veloped camera Is reported to have The camera overcome this difficulty. Is completely Inclosed in a globular metal ease, which Is located in n tube projecting from the celling, directly over the operating table. By means of n motor located outside of the room, the camera may be raised, lowered, or turned at any angle. A telescope attachment makes It possible to -- adjust and focus the camera promptly. It has recently been tried with great success. McHenry flayed Cleaton Sunday on 11 to 1. Cave Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. J. Walter Creep, of s Beaver Dam trims Leltchfleld at Commerce, Texas, were in town a last week. Leitchfleld, Sunday. Line-uMay, of Fordsvllle, was Miss AB. It. H. E. Beaver Dam the guest of her brother, Walter 1 1 1 3 Westerfleld.ss 0 May. recently. 1 5 2 Jackson, If Miss Alenne Leach, who has been C 0 1 1 Hanna, ct-- . 0 attending Western Kentucky Norhval 5 3 0 Alford. 2b....' G 0 for the past eight months, has return0 2 Taylor, lb 1 0 ed to this city. 2 Bender, 3b Miss Milcfred Stevens, of near town, 0 2 2 5 Monroe, rf. . . 1 5 2 spent last week with Miss Lucy C. 0 c O. Mulhall, 1 0 Jackson. 5 0 Stevens, p Miss GoUlle French, of Prentls, 47 10 11 3 spent last week with Miss Maurlne Totals Baker. AB. It. H. E. Leltchfleld Mrs. Sudle Williams, of Evansville, '.'.5 0 0 I Ind,., is the guest of her parents, Mr.1 nomans,3b 1 5 0 and Mrs. Ben Rummage. 0 Kennedy, rf. . . 0 1 0 5 Hughes, lb Mr. and Mrs. Clark Maddox and 4 0 0 Mrs. Mose Maddox, 2 Lowny. c of Owensboro, 4 0 0 were In town Sunday. 0 Washer, p 4 0 0 0 Meredith, If Mr. Paxton Casebler was in Owens1 boro Monday. 0 0 4 SisCss Quito n crowd attended tho commencement exorcises hero last week. Prof, nnd Mrs. E. E. Allison nro visiting Mrs. Allison's parents, nt Mt Olivet, Ky. Miss Carrlo Southard, of Bowling Green, was tho guest of Mrs. Leo Ste- veus, a few days last week. Misses Elizabeth Davidson nnd Sal- lye H nrl Coleman, have returned to their hgmes after completing their year's work as teachers in the Beaver Dam High School. Mr. and Mrs. Hnymnnd McKlnney, of Jenkins, Ky., are visiting relatives and friends In town this week. Miss Graves, of Greenville, is the guest of Miss Anna Barnes this week Mr. J. M. Porter, who for tho past few weeks has been In St. Anthony Hospital, at Louisville, has returned to his home, here. Miss Norn F. Jackson nnd little sister, Sarah Lee, left for their homo In Clinton, Ky., Tuesday. Mr. Claude Moorman, of Central City, was In town Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Boy Tlchenor weTO the guests of Mrs. Tlchenor's father, fn tho Point nelghborhod', Saturday and Sunday. Nov. C. C. Daves nnd Mr, Hoscoa James are attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Jacksonville, Fla., thlsweek. Miss Armlldn Austin of Rochester, has arrived, to spend the summer with her father Mr. Clnudle- Austin Miss Irene and Audrle Rhoadcs are j, guests of their aunt, Mrs. Will of Centertown, this week. Miss Nfll Hays, of Rochester, Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Virginia McKlnney, this week. MIssNCllffle Austin spent last Friday In Hartford, the guest of friends. Mrs. George Keown, who, has been at the bedside of her mother, for the past few days, at Fordsvllle, returned to h.cr homo here, Sunday night. Mra. Wash Brown Is visiting in Rochester this w;ek. Prof, 'and Mrs. E. E. Allison. Mr. Frank Barnes, Misses Nora nnd Sarah Lee Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Barnes motored to the Mammoth Igle-hear- r-- - X pvpifsjs. 4'iBHBi''f' "0'0 KBHB r )& jt are specially designed to fit snug in the instep and heel and easy across the toe and ball! No pinching! That's why they hold the foot in correct and easy position without retarding the circula"Foot-Fitters" tion. i the former's lot, by Higher and narrower arch keeps foot sliding forward! Narrow and shapely. heel-seand counter follow natural curvature of foot thus holding it in position Fits the foot all over like the paper on a wall. The only shoe of its kind in the entire world! at ! few-day- Price $7.00 p: ' CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. .'..5 Every Sunday CHEAP EXCURSIONS VIA N McCoy, cf 4 4 F. Mulhall, 2b Totals 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 4 DECORATION OF GRAVES AT EAST PROVIDENCE Decoration of graves will be ob served at East Providence. Church on Sunday May the 2Sth. Appropriate exercises will be held in "the forenoon. In the afternoon a special program by tho young folks of tho neighborhood Is being prepared by Miss Lillian Cohran. Everyone Interested Is requested to be present at 10 a. m. Bring your lunch and spend tho Sabbath day In doing honor to our dead. , 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 39 illrror. White Caps and Gowns. Candidates for degrees from the University of the 1'hlllpplnes will wear white caps and gowns at the next commencement exercises, which come In April. This adaptation of traditional academic costume to the needs of the tropics wns made by the hoard of regents of the university with little or no thought, probably, for the ) Klux Klan, .Vet there were members of the faculty and the student body who demurred. They had not forgotten the masquerade possibilities Yet the of sheets and pillow-caseUniversity of the 1'hlllpplnes Is doubtless right In making the change; Instead of following unquestionlngly the clerical traditions of the Middle Ages, It Is going back to the simple precedent set In the grove, Acadcmela. Mozart's Youthful Opera Given. Mozart's comic opera, "La 1'lntu Sunpllee," written when he was twelve ycaiw old, has been given a lira performance in KuiUruhu in a textual rearrangement by Afiton Kudolph. The opera was performed but once. In Salzburg, sixty years ago, and then was completely forgotten. The Cologne Gazette says that for the original allly and iiiienjoyable text Kudolph has substituted something reasonable, at the same time luulutalulug the strictest respect for the music, which Is full of melody and' youthful freshness, though passionless. According to the New Jersey department of conservation und development more than $500,000,000 would be added to New Jersey's Industrial vulues In the next 20 years If the mosquito The were eliminated in that state. department cluluis that a million dollars spent In a period of flvo years would rid the state of thepest. Cost of Mosquitoes. Beaver Dam had no trouble In hitting Washer. Only one scratch bit This was a ball which off Stevens. Alford fielded clean but was not in position to throw to first. Stevens fanned 17. Beaver Dam plays Mor gantown Sunday, May 2Sth, at Beaver Oil From Grape Seeds. Wayne Grape seeds, generally thrown away Dam. Stevens will oppose grape juice has been mnde, are Leach. after wasted to the quantity of 1,100 tons a for a year, according to Frank Kabuk of Hartford coe3 to Lelt-hflebureau of plant Industry of the game Sunday and will have- a good the United States Department of Agricul- line-u- p with which to faco Grayson-ite- s. ture. Mr. Rubak says thnt from them can be drawn about 13 per cent of un oil that Is excellent for cookery anu Morgantown's colored aggregr"n for use In salad dressings. against the Haytlans of will stack-u- p . t this port at Riverside Park Sunday BIBLICAL LECTURE afternoon and somo tall sport may bo garnered by local fans as these Mr. E. P. Trabue, of Tennessee, to pack about at tho Christian two teams are allegeddark, who preached smoke. tho same amount of Church last night, will deliver his lecChurch ture "Saul of Tarsus" at tho What's tho matter with Center-town- ? touight. The public Is Invited. No Wo can't seem to get reports admission. Don't Know from the Centervilllans. . whether thoy are on tho Inactive list BEAVER DAM. or Just playing hookoy in roportlng. (Arrived too late for last week.) Horton lost to Sulphur Springs Mrs. Oacaf Stevens has returned a visit with relatives in Louis- Sunday to tho tune fo 17 to 9. from for Horton Rock, Monroo and ville. Jackson, of Clinton, Baize; Sulphur Springs Ashby, Miss Little and Wedding. Is tho guest ofhor sister, Miss Nora . ''VWCTJ Jackson. THE RADIO EFFORT Mr. Jim Taylor and sons, Orman and Caidlo are vlsltlugrelatlvos In Tho Radio entertainments attemptthis city. ed by those putting It on hero under Mr. John Bnrrass and son, who auspices of tho Citizens Bank and havti been visiting relatives hero, while clearly de homo In Her-rl- n. tho Star Theatre, may have returned to tholr ho expected monstrating what 111. wero not very sucArhucklo, of Central along that lino, Miss Tholma cessful, du to static conditions of City, Is visiting her grandparents Mr. Parties from Owenstho elements. Taylor. and Sirs. Mason boro attempted to stage an entertainMiss Alenno Leach was one of tho ment at the Court House Tuesday d legates elected to represent tho night with only a moderate, degree First Christian Church of Bowling success. Messages were received Green, nt tho 32nd Annual Christian of over both Instruments from PittsEndeavor Convention at Lexington, burg, Chicago and other points. May iz-- n, ld Bat-torl- es Bo-zar- th , . ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS Beginning Sunday, May 7, and on each Sunday thereafter until September 24, Sunday Excursion Tickets will he sold betwen all Stations on I. C- - -y Y. & M. V. R. R's. where the fare is or less at approximately $6.00 one-wa- - OASTORIA s Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR - ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD BIRTHDAY OF MRS. O. V. 1IROW.V IS CELEBRATED About S o'clock last Sunday morning, after the sun had dried the sparkling dew drops from tho beautiful, flowers and green grass and tho birds, were Joyfully singing tho Mas-tor- 's praises and all Nature proclaiming and putting forth the wondrous beauties of thls good old Mother Earth, 'midst tho sweet sm,elling of fields scent of nearly grown wheat and the freshly ploughed fields for corn, and growing fruit, the relatives und friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Brown, of Centertown, Ky., began to gather at their beautiful cool shady country homo to celebrate Mrs. Brown's 39th birthday. After tho men folks had put their horses away and parked their cars nnd the ladles had kissed tho' hostess and all had tenderod her their best wishes, they proceded to seat- - themselves In thte shady and flowered yard and nt once began to talk of the topics of the day until tho ladles announced that they had bojter bo "hustling" up some "grub" for dlnnor. Then Mrs. Brown said she did not know whether she could scrapo up enough for all of tho crowd to have a blto apiece but the visiting ladles proceeded to their v i buggies and cara and brought out most cnjoyablo and happy day, but ' baskets and boxes and carried them although wi4had such a happy time wel-- 1 thcro was n sad thought come to to tho dlulng room and soon the' come shout of "Dinner" gladdned several presont for somo wero thero each one present. Then tho crowd whose llfo cqmpanlon has passed to proceeded to tho dining room and that Happy Beyond und somo of us found tho tablo groaning with good could not help but think that Mother oats and after n short prayer of Is over .there in that Beautiful Homo thanks by Mr. U. M. Evorly, of Her- beyond tlihrvell of tears and somo ein in thpv illd lustlce to the food with both' Father and Mother gone, spread b'eforo the'm, and when nil buf all went home feoling glad that were filled the men folks went back they had spent such a pleasant day to tho shade trees and their pipes, and wish for many happy returns of to talk of tho crops etc, while tho tho day for Mrs. Brown. Those prosont wero Mr. and Mrs. O. ladles washed the dishes. Then hearing music, all went into tho sitting W. Brown ml fmlly, Mr. U. M. Evorroom and with Mrs. W. C. Everlyand ly. of Herrlu. 111., Mr. T. J. Everly, Mrs. T. A. Hill at the organ, the Mr. J. F. Hill, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. voices of young and old wero blend- Everly and f3inlly, Mrs. Clara nnd daughter, Miss Cassle, ed together In beautiful songs of praise, and also some splendid solos, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown and famiboth sentimental and comical by Mr. ly, Mr. Jut Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Ros-co- e Bishop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Bishop ,and somo duets by Mr. and Mrs. Roscoo Bishop, ac- Downrd Tlchenor and family, Mr. and companied by Mr. W. C. Evorly on Mrs T A Hill and family, and Mr .the gjaltar, till the shadows of tho F. J, Jenny, ' recontly arrived from ' trees had b'gutrto get long nnd tho Florida. May tho richest blessings of God was getting far down toward tho sun western horizon, then with sliouts of gq with Mrs Brown thru life' and good wishes nnd lnvltntions to "coma may she llvo a long, happy life. Is and boo us" wo departed for our tho earnest wish of ONE WHO WAS PRESENT. homes feeling thut wo had spent a Kln-chel- oo n 1 i......: