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XXXIV BRITISH THREAT TO Subscription $1.50 per Y NUMBER 49 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Methodist Church will meet at the homo of Mrs. 3o Wilson, on Mon day afternoon, June 6th, at 2; 30. An Interesting program has been prepared and all members aro urged to be present. Visitors aro welcome. Roll Call will bo answered' with quotations on The Women of tho Bible. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922. V CARRYING HYPOCRISY TO by the local colored team by 13 to THE EXTREME LIMIT 10 markers. It transpired at Rlver- - COAL PRICES ARE side Sunday afternoon In the presence "0. K." IN COMMITTEE The Danville, Va Register, pub- - of qulte a nn"er of baseball bees RESUME IRISH RULE FIXED BY HOOVES llshed by Senator Cartor Glass, of ranlnS In completion from the recently printed an editorial est bIon1e to that of mld-nlgtho ifardlng administration ness- - Evrybody confessed to hav- InBill Effective January 1, Regard Treaty As Broken Maximum Rate For Eastern Republican senators for their ,ng value reC!'ved for their two-bi- ts and stead Of Oct. 1st, Unless de Valera Kentucky Is Set At "brutal frankness" In enunciating pala nt tne ga.te LOCAL MASONS HOLD However. "the old policy of 'to tho victor bo Adheres. ; $3.50 Ton. MEMORIAL SERVICE Tho Beaver Dam and Hartford col- longs the spoils' and asserting with" teams crossed bats at Riverside amazing candor tho right of the domi-,ore- d Hartford Lodge, No. G75,'P. & A. Washington, May 31. Tho com- nant party to abuse the civil service Park Tuesday in a gnme of consider Holfast, May 31. Flerco "lotlng M., held memorial services Sunday Washington, May 31. Maximum monly soldier of the country, to the point of bestow- able amusement to quite a large afternoon at 2 o'clock, at the Chris- bonus knownwas McCumbtr favorably ing desirable offices as political re- bunch of fans. Beaver Dam won fair prices for spot coal In five disoccurred this afternoon In tho plan, ordered fields district of Belfast, following tian Church, In honor of those memfrom the local Smokes by 10'to 8. tricts wre announced tonight by Secreported today by the Finance wards." Senator Moses is attacked retary Hufcver, after reaching agreethe shooting of two special constables, bers who had answered the summons ConVmlttee. The voto Senate to 4. with special vigor because of his dec9 was Iloulston' and Campbell, who were of the Grand Master "Over There." Beaver Dam had n game schedul- ments with committees representing The effective date of the bill wa3 laration that the partisan Democratic and Tha membership, augmented by badly wounded. Incendiarism hang-oveof the Wilson admlnl3tra-t!onsshoul- d ed with Morgantown, at Beaver Dam, those fields under the plan adopted changed, however, from next Octobombing wero rampant, nud tho the presence of not a few members be displaced by appoin- for Sunday and Rockport was" to have at the general conference of operaguns. of sister lodges, met at the hall and ber 1 to January 1, 1923, after Sen tees in sympathy 'crown forces used machine with the new admin played McHenry a.t tho latter place tors from producing fields for preator Walsh, Democrat, Massachusetts, Several persons wero reported kill- went to the church In a body, where on the same date, but It became ne- venting runaway prices on coal, at istration. the service was opened by Rev. Rus- told the majority that it would take ed. The spectacle of a Virginia Demo- cessary to call each of the game3 off the mines during the strike. to, get the bonus machinsix months It was determined that in tho London, May .11 Great Britain sell Walker, Master of tho Lodge ery In operation. cratic organ edited by a Virginia due to wet grounds. no republic In Ireland, and the following program was carAlabama district tho fair prlco vlll tolerato senator sounding the paid-u- p Democratic The Smoot plan providing for ried out: Song, by tho entire as Hartford will have Contertown a3 should be 25 cents fcelow the final nnd If the terms of tho Anglo-Iris- h lite insurance In lieu of all other praises of nonpartlsanship and the sembly; Invocation by Mr. J. C. Ritreaty aro not carried out by tho Infamies of tho system of bestowing her enemy guest Sunday afternoon. "Garfield scale," or a maximum. oC ley, chaplain; Solo, by Mrs. Otto C. forms of compensation was defeated office's as political reward Is enough The entertaining will be done athe $2.20 to $2. CO a ton. Irish, the Dritlsh Government will Murtln; Remarks, Rev. Russell Wal- by a vote of 8 to 5, the three Demo- to cause uproarious effgles In Statu- little park down on the River and Is In the Harlan and Hazard fields ot her liberty to act In taking crats present Simmons,. Walsh and Kentucky, the Southern Appalachto begin at 2:30. back tlu power conferred on tho ker; Vocal quartette, Mrs. O .C. Mar- Gerry voting against it, Joined by ary Hall. The Danville Register Is tin, Mrs. W. S. TInsley, Mr. Otis Carian fields of Tennessee and KenProvisional Government and In McCumber, Curtis, Watson, Suther- the organ of a political party which, tucky and the Pocohontas, New Rlr-e-r, tho territory evacuated, It son and Mr. Georgo P. Jones; Roll land and La Follctte, Republicans. dominant In Virginia, not by an ex- PROMINENT CITIZEN C. M. members, OF LOUISVILLE DIES was declared In tho House of Com- call of deceased Tug Riyer and Winding Gulf-fieldpression of the will of the majority, Senator McLean broke the tie mons today by Winston Churchill, tho Crowe, Secretary; Solo, Mrs. William smokeless coal districts of; process of disfranchisbut thru the Savage; Address, Rev. William Rav-ag- which has existed among the Repub ing five-sixtHenrjr Lane Stone, 80 years old, West Virginia, the maximum price Colonial Secretary. of the voters of the Vocal duet, Mrs. W. S. TInsley lican members on the vote to report state, entirely excludes all but the retired general counsel of the Louis- was fixed at $3.50 a ton. Mr. Churchill made this declaratho McCumber plan which Is tho In his promised statement to the and Mr. George P. Jones; Closing tion Costs of production have been redominant party from any 'represen- ville & Nashville Railroad, former Rev. Walker; Song, by the House bill with some amendments tation whatever House of Commons on the Irish sit- remarks. in the executive de- City Attorney of Louisville and Con- duced in the Alabr.ma field slncp the Including elimination of the land setHo drew a gloomy picture of congregation; Benediction, Rev Savfederate Veteran.who had taken a final Garfield scales were determin uation tlement or reclamation project. Sen- partment of the state. the state in which Ireland finds her- age. There Is not a Republican state in prominent part In affairs of the city ed, Mr. Hoover explained. The opAt the conclusion of tho services ators said reclamation was not discentury, died at erators, he said, emphasized that the self today. While dealing sympathetho Union In which minority repre- and State for half a cussed, although House leaders and 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. al price set was a maximum that anytically with tho provisional Govern- at the church tho masons repaired some Senate supporters of reclama- sentation upon state boards 'Is not ment's plight and detailing at to Oakwood Cemetery where decora- tion legislation have urged that the customary. Virginia is one of sev- his home In the Weisslngsr-Gaulbe- rt one might sell below and that long" tion of the graves took place. Apartments. length Its reasons, ns conveyed to contracts for coal are necessarily y reclamation bill or eral Solid South states In which Re him, for entering Into tho recent the levels set today. In other some similar legislation be attached publicans are excluded from memagreement with Eanionn do Valera, DONOVAN WILL GO districts, he declared, production. " bership on any board, altho V.Irginla MACCABEE LADIES TO to the bonus measure. nV ELECTROCUTION the- Republican leader, he vigorously GIVE ENTERTAINMENT co3ts have increased since the Ga- rSeveral of the majority members Republicans, even under a swindling deprecated tho pact as striking dl- field scale and that scale included d of the of the committee gave notice to election system, cast Laporte, Ind., May 31. William P. ,Tectly at tho treaty, which ho de The Lady Maccabees, assisted by contract coal which now sells below Donovan, refused clemency by Gov- Chairman McCumber that they would fotes. The penal, benevolent and ed- other local talent, will give a play: clared would bo broken if tho four the new maximum. Tho operators oppose laying aside the tariff blU for ucational institutions of Virginia are Republicans who aro to be taken In- ernor McCray and the Board of Par partisanized to the limit. Not a Re- "The Lady of the Library" at the are to absorb a reasonable selling exIn the Senate consideration of tlie.bonus at to the Irish Government following don, will be electrocuted College Hall, Thursday evening, June pense at the new priceS, he said. any time In the near future. Chair-Marc- h publican is ever appointed to any of forthcoming lections refused to Michigan City Prison tonight. The tho Fair prices for the remaining fields-whic- them. Even the courts are partisan- 8th, beginning at 8 o'clock. Doors to the death chamber will be man McCumber replied that he Insign the declaration of adherence to open at 7:30. during the are producing tended to get as prompt consideration ized by a system of appointment from taken up immediately after the stroke the treaty. Admission 35c, Children under strike are to be fixed tomorrow afRichmond, and always the men namof the bonus bill as could be worked of the midnight hour. 12 years 25 cents. ter conferences between Mr. Hoover vi iteiiiiy io iw Troops. Donovan's wife left him because of out, but did not state whether the ed to the bench are chosen by the and committees representing those, Later on In the debate. In which his treatment of her. When she refus-- . tariff measure would be laid aside. Democratic state machine. Local STUDENTS TO RETURN districts which were approached afre the Ulster group assailed the Govrn-.nient- 's ed to" return to him he fired three is denied In respect The committee eliminated the policy, Mr. Churchill frankly ter the general meeting today. The provision as contained In the to the schools as well as the courts. bullets Into her body and thn turned Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, John plan adopted at the general meeting admitted that British troops were be- - the weapon upon himself, Inflicting a House measure, under which veterans County superintendents of schools are Allen Wilson, Powell Tlchenor and calls for agreements Between Mri Jng held In Dublin as a preliminary wound In Jiis side. falling to pay loans to banks or to chosen from Richmond, and all are TInsley, of Hartford, Marshall Hoover and the committees upon fair step to military operations if these thls'mornlng the Government would have forfeited deserving Democrats. The schools, Glenn Warden Fogarty said and Blrkhead Barnes, of Beaver Dam, prices for coal at the mines In their became necessary. that Donovan was reconciled to his their adjusted service certificates. In the hospitals for the insane, the pri- and William Maddox of McHenry, districts based on the Garfield scaler.. "In tho event a republic is set fate and that he would go bravely such cases tho Secretary of the Treas- sons and all similar institutions and up," added tho Colonial Secretary, to his death. It is blleved that the ury would restore the certificates to the registration and election boards who have been attending the Univer- as modified' by local conditions. Mor"It Is the Intention or the British sentence of Donovan might have been the veteran In whose name It was Is- are made political plunder under the sity of Kentucky during the past year al suasion will be relied upon by Mr, to arrive at their homes Hoover To keep the agreements In Government to hold Dublin as one commuted to .life imprisonment but sued al any time prior to its maturity laws and practices of the party In Virof the preliminary and essential steps for the pleading of his daughter, up, in receipt from him of the amount ginia for which the Danville Register on the 10th or 11th of this month. force for the duration of the strike, of military operations." And yet this publication It is not known whether Byron Wil- it was Indicated. Mable Donovan, of Harrodsburg, Ky., paid by the Government to the bank speaks. Mr. Churchill in said who pleaded with the Governor and plus Interest at the rate of 4 2 per complains because there Is a demand liams, GUmore and Mrs. Keown, the Above Garfield Limits. he did not bellove the members of that men appointed for party reasons former two also students of the UniIn the Kentucky and Tennessee Pardon Board not to commute the cent, compounded annually. the Provisional Government wero act- sentnee or grant a further reprieve. under Wilson should be removed un- versity, will return home during the fields, Mr. Hoover said tho last GarapUnder another amendment, vacation". ing In bad faith, or proved by the committee, veterans der Harding, basing Its position upon summer field prices ranged from $3 to $3.25 with their Republican opponents. H FINANCIAL HACKING a ton, while In West Virginia the last could make application for adjusted an affected opposition to "the spoils SOCIAL CLUB MEETS was convinced their earnest deslro selling; Garfield prices, Including FOR WEED GROWERS strvlce compensation at any time af- system!" WITH MISSES MARKS and resolution was to carry out the As compared with Woodrow commission, varied from $2.50 to $3" ter the passage of the law. The House treaty even though they might not Andrew Jackson was a mere 'pik a ton for domestic coal and 'from Ky., June Eugene measure would have limited the tlmo Lexington, The Misses Marks enter'alned the have taken tho wisest or strongest Meyer Jr., In a speech hero.'pralsed to July 1, 1923.. No President er" in spollsmanship. $3.85 to $4.35 per ton on export Club at the home of course. ever made half so many appointments Ladles' Social Summary of Bonus BUI. coal. In the Alabama fields marketing tho various Mrs. T. S. Marks, In a Great Britain, said tho Secretary, associations of farmers. Including the Washington, May 31.' The Mc- for partisan reasons as did President their mother, he said, the Garfield scale varied delightful manner Wednesday aftef- Jiad done her part and ho did not be- - burley growers fro'm$2.45 to 2.8! per ton. "a?ZS association, and Cumber bonus bill, approved today Wilson. Republicans were separated Jlovo her act of faith would bo pledged financial asslstanco from the by the Senate Finance Committee, is from the public service as rapidly as noon. At the conclusion of a numSecretary Hoover said that games of progressive rook debrought to mockery by the Irish peo- War Finance Corporation1. Mr. Mey. summarized as follows: the Wilson administration could get ber of lightful refreshments were served. ducing of fair prices for all the 'prople. He concluded with an appeal er said In part: Cost $3,800,000,000 at the end of to them. Positions on boards made districts probably would be Republican by law were given to Besides the club members the follow- finished' within a day or two, adding that tho British Government continue "We have loaned millions of dol- twenty years (McCumbpr's-estlmate.- ) ing guests were present to enjoy tlie . to do Its part, and not be led "by Financing: No method provided. men who, as nominal Republicans, marketing assothat he planned to reach agreements-witlars to impatience, prejudice, vexation and ciations, "said Mr. Meyer," "and our o had supported the opposition party occasion: Rate: Dollar a day for home the various committees as Overhultz, of Mesdames Clarence anxiety Into a course which would rotations wit h thorn have been satis and $1.25 a day for foreign ser- Now we are told that the Job holders rapidly as possible In line with his Bishop, lay us open to charges of fickleness or factory In every way. Tho business vice. who got in by the party route should Cedar Edge, Colo., Leon announced Intention of 'restraining' levity In dealing with these Issues as requirements of the War Finance provision: Limited' to vete- be held In because of devotion by the Charles M. Crowe and John P. Tay- prices and Increasing production dur- Cash long lasting as tho relations between Corporation have 'been mot by them rans getting $50 total. t new administration to the high and lor, city. Ing the strike. provision: Amounts to holy cause of civil service reform. the two lands." Certificate i like tho best and oldest established MEMORIAL SERVICES ''. Blame do Valvrn for Outrages. threo times computed cash due each And this policy Is urged by the organ corporations of the country. HELD AT BRICK HOUSE IIODGENVILLE PUBLISHERS The Scretary said It must bo ad of a political party which, In Virginia, mar- man, to be paid at end of twenty-yea- r "I believe tliat PURCHASE HART PAPER. mitted that the disturbances In Ulster keting has been tho salvation of the period. has made even the insane, the pauQuite a number gathered at the for many months had undoubtedly Southern cotton situation, and I hope Homo or farm provision. Veteran pers, the school children and the House Cemetery- - Tuesday afHodgenvlllo, Ky May 30. E. W played a part In making the position It will Mo as well for tho tobacco can obtain from Secretary of Interior convicts the victims of a thoroughly Brick ternoon to participate In the memor- Creel and R. M, Munford, owners and of tho provisional government In Ire- growers as It has for th& cotton pro- - full cash in 1923 If spent on purchase bigoted partisan spoils system right ial services held at that place annual- publishers of the Larue County Herland difficult by exasperating the ducors. ot home or farm or on debts so con- at home . ly, on May the 30th. Good talks were ald News, have purchased tha Hart Catholic majority In Southern IreTs there no limit to the hypocrisy There Is no better collateral for tracted. Cash amount Increases to 140 made and a nice program rendered In land and Increasing the number of loans than good American staples, pr cent In 1928 if spent in this man- of that school of politicians which addition to the decoration of the County News, published nt Munford-vlll- e, the new owners announced to-. Mr. do Valera's supporters. cries out loudly for reform and prog- graves of deceased friends and relawhen properly warehoused arid pro- ner. day at the completion of tho deal. "Mr. de Valera has been fully perly Inspected on a reasonable valuress In national affairs whll carrying . Vocational training provision: VetTyler Munford, son of R. M, Muna ware of this," Bald Mr. Churchill, ation Not only are they good col- eran Is paid $1.75 per day while un- reaction aUhome even to the point of tives. ford and a graduate of the school or "and one of his surest means of strik lateral for ninety days, in my opinion der vocational training provided by destroying, popular government In the ENBY INSPECTS PANAMA Journalism at the University of Kening against the provisional govern- but as long as may be necessary for governmental, total amount not to section they dominate? Weston W. FORTIFICATION ON CANAL tucky, will bo in the office of the ment and the treaty has been excit- purposes of orderly and gradual mar- ixcdo 110 por pent of cash value of Virginia, Independent. new property. The first Issue uning of outrages In the northern area keting." his bonus. Panama, May 29. The United der the new management will be I counter action and so provoking Loan provision: Nutonal banks BASE BALL BRIEFS 4 States Transpbrt Henderson; with two weeks. AND FOUL TIPS TOO Secretnry of the Navy Denby and which would be sure to raise pas- MRS. It. IIOLHROOK authorized to loan 50 per cent of face 1 ENTERTAINS CLUB value of bonus certificate prior to sions in the South." members of the Naval Academy Class Capt. Charles Craig, of Ulster deThe Rlverslders canio out on the ot 1881 on board1, sailed from here REV. FRAZIER ATTENDS Tanuary 1, 192G, and Pqstofflce De SCHOOL FOR PASTORS Mrs. Royan Holbrook entertained partment authorized to mako tame long end df a long score of 13 to 10, today on Its way to Japan. Before manded that the Government take I In a long game played immediate steps In conjunction with the Ladles' Social CJub at her homo Ipans thoreaftor. with the sailing a group of Secretary Denby's Leltchfleld aggregation on the tat party made a tour of inspection thru the Ulster Government to put things Friday nfternoon of last weekat proRev. T. T. Frazier, pastor in gressive rook. Dainty refreshments Tight on the. r. Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the ter's diamond Sunday. Felix, Glenn tho canal fortifications. charge o.f the Hartford Circuit, M. E. Hartford' Baptist Church, returned and Browning did tho battery work "The anger of Northern Ireland Is wero served. Church S.", went to Russellville, Mon. In addition to the club members home last Friday from Jacksonville, for Hartford while Meredith Tlslng day by day," he said, "and I and Miss Bessie Morton, who has been day, whore ho will spend ten days in do not doubj that the breaking point tho following guests wero present; Fla where ho had been in attend Meredith tolled for Leltchfleld. Tho making her home In this city for attendance of the school or confer-on- ce Mrs. W. C. Overhultz, Cedar Edge, ance at tho Southern Baptist Conven game was mnrkod by hard hitting and some time, left recently for Louiswill come sooner or later." for rural pastors. Dr. S. A. m Colo., Miss Anna Laura Rowan and tion, Rev. Walkor also spent a few a fight all the way. ville, where she will mnke an extend- Arnold Is dean of the school. LecMrs. Henderson Murphreo, of Owens- - (ays In Cresent City, tho guest of LADIES' AID MEETING ed visit with her nelce, Miss Sallye tures by tho church's leading bishops Morgantown'a colored team came, Harris Bean, and sister, Mrs, Chester are to be delivered during the boro, Mesdames II, T. and McHenry (Dr. E. W, Ford and famttly, former i I they saw, but went home conquered Stevensand Rev. Stevens. Tho Ladles Aid Society of the Holbrook, of Hartford. Hartford citizens. BONUS MEASURE GETS la, ht dark-attacki- ng rs re-su- o; hs Smlth-McNar- be-,l- ow - one-rhlr- -- fofe-feltu- 1-- hnnd-ln-glo- and-bunk- ser-vlc- -- fr--'e- m mm iw w kiWSTONE IS ' WONDER SPOT Man Who hirst aaw rark Rcgion Was Called Liar. h - Burnet, Tex., May 27. "Kentuc-kian- s, Ashton, Ida., May 20. Back In fffmf suh, and Texans never let the IIIII A' '''A tho fifties, whan thero was not oven m 'fill A 'm 11 III handicap of blindness retard the prom a trail between hero and Salt Lake y gress of their achievements. City, a man nrrlved at n spot not "Kentucklans nnd Texans follow far from this place, slipped off his destiny. When It becomes ordained, horse nnd looked around. He saw ..If they tub, that they shall build boiling hot wntcr shooting up out of 'k'I shall build." the earth. When ho got back to the HI Modesty forbids Gen. A. R. Johnother sldo of the Reton Range and! "The park Is tho largest of the told tho folks about It he established, national system and contains over son to speak thus, but tho tradition ti'.i for his lifetime at any rate, a repu two million acres. There aro hun- - of tho quoted' words holds true In his case. tation of being "tho biggest liar west dreclg of nlIeg of trails, innumerable A Civil War veteran, minus his of St. Joe." lakes, streams and wonderful moun- The man was Jim nridger, and ho tain pcalat together with an infinite sight, General 'Johnson bullded the Sad discovered Yellowstone Park variety of natural phenomena, all of city of Marble Falls, Tex., and conFew believed his tales of which offer sufficient Interest to en- structed therein n water and power RcvrodliclLon g smokes and tertain tho most exacting for a plant, a shoe factory, a cotton mill frcmPholograpksl apwas not busy and a school. When ho geysers. "Loco" was the term period of several months. plied to Jim. That was long ago. "That the number of visitors Is building he took occasion to tight MOST Yellowstone will in Juno celebrate incr using overy year pro os Jim Indians and educated his six children, none of whom ho has ever seen as a national Drldger was rlghLl' its of his blindness. park, for on May 1, 1872, Congress Not only has Johnson refused to passed the1 bill creating It. The open- - PI'HOVKS ing day is Juno 18. Last year 81,- - ' pAY F0U CLKtKS let blindness retard his achievements, Of- but he also has taken a prominent 651 peoplo "made" the park. ucinis nope 10 see wie iuu,uuu murn. i Washington, May 27. President part in Texas politics and civic work. He is 88 years old today, altertly reached this season. Tinrdini? todav took action affectinc looking Into the future with a keen 1869 ledger's stories had re- .In mQn th(m 50000 posta, clerkg and mind Instead ot eyes. suited In C. W. Cook and David Fol- - wh ho annroved a recom- The tire section above at the left shows and heavy in the center where the wear Brilliant War Record. som making the trip. They saw all mendatlon of the Postofflce Depart- the condition of a Firestone 33x4 Cord comes, tapered at the edges to make that Bridger had seen anu more. mnt for tho establlshment of a stric Johnson's record In the wnr beTire after 20,994 miles on a Yellow Cab steering easy and to protect the carcass Thty were followed by tho Washburn elgllt.hour basIs for postai employes, tween the states was as brilliant as in Chicago. army men got the against destructive hinging action of expedition. These Th& Presldent.s approval followed his work after the conflict had closidea of a national park. In this par- - ' -- ntlfoP(,npn ...,, Artinc Postmaster ed, altho he could see well enough In The section at the right was cut from high tread edges. Tbi carcass is air bag ty were Ben. II. D. Washburn, Lieut General Bartlett, who had explained the first years of the war, as the ene a new Cord of the same size. Careful expanded to insure uniform tension and 0. C. Doane and several civilians. that thousands of employes by rea my realized. It was duringthe latter measurements show that bnly 13 of the paralleling of every individual cord. It "The sky over Yellowstone Na- - s()n ot the exhaustlon of appropria part of the fighting that he lost his tread of the tire on the Yellow Cab has is double "gum dipped" to maks sur tional Park is not shell pink," says tions for auxiliary clerks were ob- sight from explosion of n shell. been worn away after this long, gruelling that each cord is thoroughly insulated a monograph of the American Fores- liged tovork from one-hato two Johnson Is one of the tew remaining test. The carcass is intact after more with rubber. try Association, "tho trees are not hours overtime each day. The Presi- generals of the Confederacy and has than 11,000,000 revolutions. blue, the waters of the great lake In dent was of the opinion, It was under- been a resident of Texas for more This is tho reason why Firestone no wise resemble red ink andl the stood, that additional clerks in suf- than sixty years. Firestone Cords have averaged over Cords unfailingly deliver extraordinary geysers do not spout streams of mol- ficient numbers should be put to When Johnson came to Texas be10,000 miles on Chicago Yellow Cabs mileage. It explains the unanimous de ten metal, as some have been led work where overtime now is required. fore the Civil War Kentucky being (1,200 cabs all Fire mand of thoughtful to believe. It Is possible to traverse stone equipped). In tire buyers for these The President was said to have his native state he had. charge of f0LDFIELD,,999"v the woodland trails and pass many stated that he would ask congress a section of the Overland Mall Route, of inFIRESTONE v a 1 u e b. The local trees without seeing a grizzly bear. for an additional or deficiency ap- one ot the links In the Butterfleld 30x3 FABRIC stances, they have Firestone dealer will 30 x3V2 FABRIC The buffaloes and antelopes do not propriation. from 15,000 to continue to provide Mall Route between New York and fiven miles. crowd the tourists and stages from The Comanche InThe President expressed apprecia- San Francisco. the personal service "the highways. It is quite possible to tion for the fine spirit shown by the dians often attacked and killed the wHu.Tki Look at the tread that makes Firestone spend a week In the park without be- clerks who have been working over- station agents, and in the fights with W 30 x 3 sac 8.95 scientifically angled tire comfort and econ30 x 3 sizj 57,99 ing molested by "denizens", as some time, the acting postmaster general them, Johnson always tooli a hand. -;? Prim Plaa Tu againsT skid, massive omy complete, , VkSGlftir nature lovers delight in calling the said, but declared that men should Once he and a few others were saved turn hapless bears and other animals of not be compelled to work overtime, from the Indians by Sull Ross nnd the park. Hartford, Ky. . when so many subclerks and carriers his Texas Rangers. After Ross became HARTFORD MOTOR CO; governor of Texas he and Johnson Natural Phenomena. needed work. Beaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. became warm personal friends. anieiopo "Buffalo, and boar Fordsville, Ky. VERNON SAPP Surgeons agree that in cases of Before the war began Johnson abound In this largest of national Beaver Dam, Ky. J. F. CASEBIER & SON parks, and they may bo seen without cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the had a contract to sectionlze 256,000 difficulty, but that they arel so num- first treatment is most Important. acres for a railroad company along erous as to Interrupt one in the pur- When an efficient antiseptic is ap- the Pecos River, for which he was general gave up four miles of right "PRO" CHIEF ALSO IS the peoplo." Tho promlor also said In this work of way himself. suit of pleasures. Is purely a figment plied promptly, there Is no danger of to receive 200 sections. TALKUIt that tho council, like the upper Infection and tho wound begins to he had' further narrow escapes from of the imagination. of most other countries, bad The general, tho living at Burnet, I houses are more natural phenom- heal at once. For uso on man or Indians. "There Washington, May 27. They now become the home ot reactionary ina short distance from. Marble Falls, When the war came he hurried to takes great interest in tlie welfare of have added the name of Kev. A. terests. There has been a tendency ena to be seen in Yellowstone Na- beast, Borozone is the ideal antisepBuy it now Kentucky and' joined General ForIn any other equal tic and healing agent. tional Park than tho projects begun by him and is Haynes, prohibition commissioner, to for a long timo to decrease tho powarea in the United States. Add to and be roady for an emergency. rest. Johnson had two brothers In still planning new enterprises. talk- er ot tho upper houses of legislatlvo the world's list ot his the fact that there Is a great Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by the federal army, and having been bodies In nearly all civilized couners. " m absent in Texas so long It was supHaynes has Interspersed a whirl- tries. In Franco and Italy i'lttlo Is lake fifteen miles wide at Its widest Ohio County Drug Co. posed his sentiments were similar, Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured wind program for drying up the heard from them. In Great Dritnln point and twenty miles long, the aa they cannot rtach and so he obtained valuable Informa- br local application!, of th aar. Thara la country with about 20,000 miles of the house of lords has been weakenplacid surface of which Is seventy-lg- AUTOS VALUED AT HUGE tha dlataacd portion SUMS STOLEN IN GEORGIA tion for Forrest. It was at this snlr ona wax to cura catarrhal deafness, lev-hundred feet above the sea and that la bir a conatltuttonal ramedr. travel and more than 100 spsoches ed until It Is no longer necessary for an time that Johnson earned the so- Catarrhal Daafneta la cauitd bylining In- since bo took office less than a year the passage ot laws. Out Queensland a great gorge of rainbow hues I flamed condition of tha mucoua of g Whtn Atlanta, May 27. Two thousand briquet "Stovepipe Johnson." Learn-nin- tha Euitachtan Tuba.rumbling thla tuba Im-la ago. on Is tho first community thru which a mighty river roars under tho you have a or were 500 stands of Inflamed hearing;, and when Itaound entirely that there la perfect The "Ohio oraclo" aa his Middle Hrltlsh tradition to jibollsh th.a its way to the sea, hundreds of automobiles, whose aggregate value cloaed. Dearneaa la tha reault. Unlet, the square miles ot great forests and reached ?2, 000, 000, were stolen In guns at Newberg Ind1., he took but Inflammation can be reduced and this tube neighbors call him, speaks per house Hltogother' Now if Ideal to Its hearing crests and you Georgia during 1021, according to re- thirty men across the Ohio River restored destroyednormal condition, cases ot usually without manuscript, and conditions do not prevail, the world broken, Many will ba forever. broken-dow- n wagons deafness ara caused by catarrh, which Is have a combination which will in ports compiled by the Automobile and found some an Inflamod condition of the muoous sur whizzes along, after a swift start, at will know that it Is tho peoplo thetn-th- e and joints of stovepipe. Mounting facea Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru rate ot ISO "words a minute. He selves who aro to 1)1 a mo. Upper letf-spire even a cowboy. Everything is Underwriters' Detective .Bureau. blood on the mucoua aurfacea of the system. Between 65 and 70 per cent of tho the pipe on the wagon wheels, he was the an,a giant scale. Distances arei great, is noted for Jamming big Ideas into Islntive chambers have been a conWe will Dollars for Newberg any case ot gtve One Hundred that cannot long sentences. A two-hoCatarrhal Deafness speech venient scapegoat. canyons are of terrifying depth, cars were recovered, R. C Patter- able to deceive the people at Da cureu oy liana catarrh Medicine. Cirson, secretary ot the bureau, states, Into thinking that he had several culars free. All Druggists. 75c. is just one ot the passing incidents mountain peaks raise their lofty F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, O. "'" repairs on eacn oi me recovereu Powerful cannons trained upon their of the day for the prohibition chief. crest? to Inconceivable heights. ?150. This, to- - town, and when he demanded of the - machines averaged He boasts It matters not whether tho "The northern nnd western enofficers that thoy audience Is with him or against him trances are most ussd. In the early filler with tho value of the 10 to 15 federalsupplies they did so surrender KING GKOKOE LOS Kit promptly. IX JUG LONDON CltASH in his views once he gets a full head history ot tho park most of tho Pr cent unrecovered, represents a their general lost his eyes during a The ' ui.pruxim.uuiy uu.uuu of steam and rips loose for a torrent by tho northern en- - '" travel came in Legislation requiring recording of fight at Grubb's Cross Roads, KenParls, May 27. King George Is of words. trance, which is but a few miles from dead upon said in tucky, and was left tho sold, of quarters here Italy has not a single coal mlno in ssssV V' 7 llowstone, whore, at one time, was case title real each car and as In the tho battlefield. His 'or ob'tunry was to be among the financial sufferers all her terrltorv. estate, of requiring stationed a veiy considerable force to carry a registration published all over the South, but from the speculations of Gerald Lee each driver o-of cavalry. for tho car ho is driving with the federals picked him up, with oI. Devan, absconding promoter ot the "From Yellowstone tho road fol card photograph, i his and the numbers of er wounded, and sent him to Boston City Equipment Llto Insurance Com- RUSSIAN CHURCHMAN lows the Madison River to its junc- SENTENCED TO DEATH ,VttJ) A .atsHMvu wuu.u ,u- -. Harbor Prison. Later ha was ex pany, chairman of the board of di.icu... Hon with the FIreholo River, where l"u romulndpr of rectors of Clarldge's Hotel, and u i n,i fnii n for ti.n terially reduce automobile thefts, ho changed' and spent the the war period filling cartridges. The soviet government has senbelieves. years prominent many London Gibbon River north, while tho other After Lee surrendered, Johnson financier. tenced to death 11 church officials of the Flre-- j follows up tho Valley where he still found his old ensmy, Large rewards for the arrest of lie- - church property in accordanca with hole. The road along tho Fireholo Is HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS tho Comanches, on the warpath. Ho van, who disapptcred from LonJ i, th.3 bolshevik decree. Rev. Dr. ak It slings for particularly beautiful, expedition accompanied several patriarch of all Russia, was in February, aro being printed in miles to the very edge of tho river A WAN PUH AH POD6ED against them. YEARS AGO Ho has arrested under a like charge, it was A. young all contln ntal newspapers. as the until It reaches what la known man who practiced medicino Hrgnn nulliHng City. DE LONGES' T KEEP OUT been various' reported as being in reported that ho was not amendable in 1 ennsylvanla becamo Lower Geyser Basin. In this basin famous nnd was called in consultation in many Then h,s began his plans for bulld-ln- j Home, Genoa, Dorlln, Budapest and to the laws because he was an Am are tho famous Mammoth Paint Pots, pCMN' SOME WORK PUH erican citizen. A governnij.-n-t news- - towns and cities becauso of his fuc- Marble Falls, liking the location Constantinople, and former Intimates which are1 really nothing but geysers, 'INA EM NOW ATTEH AH if nnnor ilnnlpd thin ami en 1,1 th t.n cesa in tno treatment of disease. Thla because of tho falls In the Colorado declared thoy recognized him at a tho contents of which look and act the patriarch had resided In the Unit- Snn,,i .," d0 V? DONE DID DE WORK HE River at that point and the natural mask ball at the Paris Opera. like nothing so much as vividly-colore- d toss-- , It is now revealed that not only : " dam. Thus the "Blind Man's Town," '",0 BIN DOJX5IK' me! UV7,U10 Public, nnd moving to mush that is being boiled and N. Y.. put up what he called with Its fine waterpower plant and King George but many'othor mem- had never becamo a citizen. Tho j t. ed by escaping steam. tnyorito Prescription," nnd placed factories became a reality. Not long bers of tho royal family were induc- sentenced men nppealed to tlu su- it with tho druggists in every efnte. may bo seen i "Old Faithful Geyser premo revolutionary tribunal on the after tho waterpower plant was com- ed to invest money in enterprises proDr.l'ierce's tnvorito Prescription lias to spout, with Its .,!,. lone been rnnnmit! na This moted by Devan, who by marriage is grounds that no counter-revolutio- n j pleted a flood swept It away. regularity, at intervals of one hour would have discouraged a man with connected with the English aristoc- was attempted. If the appeal falls u'seaseagpeculiar to womankind. After From tho veranda ud Jive minutos. Pnl"' feclin8 nervous, dizzy, ask the ?,Ui eyesight, but It did not put a stop racy. The figure ot tho royal losses heir last resort will be-t- o way also be seon many of the goy-- 1 " , . . .. !- .reported' to bo In excess of half central executive committee or.. !... to Johnson's efforts, for he began to Is qJri7. i restored to health l,v U ,, Pardon. Every day a million dollars. rebuild Immediately. tier of tho basin, and the entire sursands of women testify that Dr. Pierce's found him on tho banks of tho river, rounding has the appearance of a ABOLISHES SENATE It you have the itch, don't scratch. eradicated their distressing nllmpnrji and he felt of tho logs and rqeks; felt manufacturing town with the InMore recently llmt. tvn,wWri and tia. of tho brick foundations and gave di- It does not cure the trouble Jots of steam rising from numerable , covery of Dr. Pierco'e. called An.urla It was at-t- makes tho skin bleed. Apply Ilallard's m iiu .uuuuny upper nouse (tnr rections to worklngmen. . .? unso n escapes. Rub it In gently on to the parliament of Queensland. succefuily used by maf.VCusanua this that tho general undertook Snow Liniment. "There is no doubt that tho Falls tho to orcct hta school house, shoo factory the affected parts. It relieves Itch- The legislative council, which corres- -' wio wrlto Dr. Pierco of the beneflta of the Yellowstouo River" In s, and cotton mill .which have proved ing, instantly and a few applications ponded to the senate in tho United receved that their backache, Canyon aro among tho finest in the was abolished because, in the eucIi successful business ventures that removes tho cause thus performing a world. At tho Upper Falls tho Marblo Ealls has become a sizable, permanent euro. Price 30c, 60o and words of Premier Theodore, ,t had , river passes over a drop of 109 10a in fir Pir.n xt v ...i progressive city. In order to Induce 1.20 per, bottle' Sold by Tho Ohio become a lirnkn nn iloiiir,,..-.,,.,- , feet. Tho Lower Falls is a drop of Copyrtgnt. 1921 by McClure Nenipepef Syndkita. m for many years thwarted the will of write fnfRBI$0ill's remedtoa,or a railroad to go thru Marble Falls the County Drug Co, Tho Canyon Is approxl- J08 feot. -" twnuviu auvice. nintoly 1,000 feet clcop, and Its walls nml sloping aides nro of tho most varied liu s Imaginable. "Fort Yellowstono has qulto nn air of romance surrounding It. It lias housed some of tho most distinguish ed soldiers In the army, many of whoin recolvC(1 thcir medais of dis- Unction In th Indian fights In the Now, the soldiers like Northwest. the real cowboys, aro gone. One of the most Interesting natural phenomena In tho park Is the Mammoth Hot Sprlngs,whlch Is built of a num ber ot terraces formed by tho deposit ,ng ot salt8 from soItttlon In the hot water ot tho gpring3. The colors of tne9e Urracc8 change from day to day sourco ot In- anJ orfer a never-endin- g tcrest and wonderment to the DLIND KENTUCKIAN BUILDS TEXAS CITY Famed Fighter Refuses To Have Progre'ss Halted Thru Handicap It w '' l 0l xal egg-boilin- al Tirtstom KJXKK MILES per DOLLAR JLX1&9 lf thousands mm. T LA LONG-DISTANC- H long-distan- ht 1, I saw-tooth- er ur well-inform- Al " .., IssOH FIFTY n, ( hmlad'tk P". never-Interrupt- .. ' 1 SSlt!Ci,i. i..0 "i rr"'. "': rlieu-State- on-tl- re iffnWliiy'lgJS8 i TT"" - t t EXPLODES MYTHS tho aid given cooperative) marketing associations In tho United States to an audience In tho ballroom of tho HUMAN STATISTICS' f AblUUNDING frACIb EnoyclorKlla Rovcnls Births Deaths. By Winifred REGARDING CANCER Phoenix hotel, conferred with sentatives repreof the war flnnoco corpor- Facts About Disease Given By Science Academy Lecturer. r Lexington, Ky., May 31 Statistics tifcott In cancer propaganda to show tho supposed "strlpus spread" ot tho troublo mean nothing, Dr. II, Gideon Wells, of tho University, of Chicago, told members of the Kentucky Academy of Sclenco in 'dellverying the principal address at the ninth annual meeting of that body held In tho physics lecture room of the University of Kentucky campus. With the exception of removal of tho tumors by means of the y and other aids, no definite leads to the control of cuncor have as yet been established, ho added. or Ho addressed the seventy-fiv- e niOre scientists who were bene for the Teething babies always havo a meotlng of the academy on tho sub- hard lime of "It when this process ocject "Tho Present StaUis of the Can- curs in hot weather. They not only cer Problem." bavo to contend! with painful gums At the close of tho principal ad- but tho stomach disordered, bow dress tho annual meeting of the or- els loose and the body uncomforta ganization was concluded with the ble. Tho best help you can givo tho election of Luclen Beckner, Winches- little suffem is McGeo's Baby Elixir. ter, and a prominent oil geologist, as It corrects tour stomach, coola and president for tho coming year; John quiets tho bowels and helps diges1 Qunton, Transylvania College, was, tion. Price 35c and COc per bottle. elected vice president, wbllefDr. A. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m M. Porter and W. S. Anderson, both ' of the Kentucky Agricultural Experi- HANKERS PLEDGE secrement Station, were All) TO GROWERS tary and treasurer respectively. Statistics Arc Misleading. Fulton. Ky. May, The feature In showing the fallacy ot statlslcs of special Interact at the meeting here connnonlyuBcd to point out the grow- -. a few days ago of Groups One and ing menuco that cancer represents, Two of tho Kontucky Bankers AssoDr. Wells used a characteristic set ciation, was tho speech of Judge wlilch showed a large decrease in tha Robert W. Bingham, of Louisville on Marketing," with esnumber of deaths from child diseases Toand a striking Increase for deaths, pecial reference lo tho Dark Associabacco Growers from cancer. "In view of the fact that cancer tion now being organized. As was expected. Judgei Bingham la a disease of ord- - age, it is logical ns deaths from child; diseases explained fully to the bankers the that decrease, tboso from cancer should plan under which tho association increase," he pointed out. "We have would be prganlzed and how it will operate, andthe relation between it to die of something," he added. "The biggest advances toward dis- and the banks. Judge Bingham covering a means of controlling can- thoroughly convinced the chrewed cer have been mado In the past six financiers representing practically Institution In the continued. every financial speaker years," the "Among the things which have been dark tobacco district, of the feasimore or less definitely established in bility, practicability and. desirability connection with this diseasa are tho of forming the association. Not only did he convince them that facts that, in all probability, cancer not caused by a specific parasite, It was a good thing and get them to is also in no reasonable sense Is it con- ndorse it, but the. bankers tagious, it is not possible to isolate pledged their ffforts to help put It fithe causative agent of cancer, and it across and also to give it their necessarily a hereditary dis- nancial aid. This was expressed in la not ease. That Ib, if a father and mother the following resolution: "Adopted unanimously, your comhave cancer, it does not necessarily will. It mittee appointed on resolutions defollow that the offspring nlso has been established by experi- sires to report as follows: First, we ments with mlco that some strains havo heard with pleasure and profit are lees susceptlblo to It than oth Judge Robert W. Bingham's address Marketing of tobac on ers.". co for the dark tobacco district and l Unnntui-iiCell Growth. groups one' and two of the KentucDr. Wells opened his lcctura with ky Bankers Association very heartin series of lantern1 slide views In ly approve said plan and It is resolvwhich ho Bhowed the naturo of can- ed by this association that cers, which ho described as a conhereof recommend the plan to colls. tinued unnatural growth ot the growers of dark tobacco and that This growth shutB off the sourco of this association pledge Its active co nourishment of other cells, tho chief operation and' financial support to trouble arising from the fact that the extent of Its ability. given an oppor1 ation in Kentucky and left tonight for Chattanooga on n tour-- of tho South, which will tako him to Atlanta, and will Include a number of conferences with representatives of co; operatlvo marketing associations in several of the southern states, Mr, Meyer declared before his speech nt the Phoenix hotel that even If tho war finance corporation had not had full confldonco In tho movement in Kentucky there would have been no doubt on that scoro after ho had met the splendid men among the leaders ot the association and who compose its board of directors. President James C. Stone presided at the nfternoon meeting at tho Phoenix. He paid" tribute to Judge Robert W. Ulngbam as tho tobacco grower's friend. Judgo Bingham was cheered for a minute beforo ho could Introduce Mr. Meyer, tho audience rfslng. Far vcn mlncra were last night In nn explosion In Acmar No. 3 mlno of tho A,anamn FucI & Tron company, St. Clair County, according to reports Received1 k'en Ouc-Numb- Van Duzt. today at the Birmingham siaiion ot the Bureau of Mines Five of the men wero white, according to the report. Children Cry for Fletcher's gSESKgagSSSKg KJKNNCNjjat; I J-- "if Cancer may bo caused by tho ap- MOTHER'S plication of heat over a long period dental plates, of time, by THOUGHT WAS OF n brokn tooth or any number ot othIn unnatural and er causes that result continued stimulation of cell growth. HER LITTLE GIRL "As for cures, hopo in this direction recognlzo lies In educating people to superficial cancers and havo thorn removed before thoy bcomo serious, Mrs. T. Alley Tells How tho speaker concluded. Drugs are ot Alarming Stomach Trouuseless In that they kill tho cells organ on which tho canoer Is tho ble From Which They found as well as tho cancer, while Both Suffered Was Comtho liopo for tho development of a displetely Overcome by Tan-la- c. serum which will control tho hopoloss, ho bald. ease la almost Twenty papers wore read on tho morning program ot the academy, , which was1 preceded by a business "Tanlac has dono so much for mo session in which a number of routine care of. It seems I Just can't pralso it enough,' business matters were taken said Mrs. T. T. Alley, Box 448 School-fiel- d, Va. of the A regular morning, operation "I suffered so from digestion and puts you In fine shape for the bowels I- couldn't oat a day's work. If you miss it you feel stomach troublo nnd cannot put vim thing without lntenjie, pains. Gas uncomfortable pains into your movements. For all bowel formed and' caused such awful Irregularities Herblne Is the reme- around my heart I could hardly stand strengthens and it.- - It I ate anything with acid in it, dy. It purifies, Price COc. Sold by Ohio like tomatoes, it almost drova me to rceulates. m j distraction. I didn't know what It County Drug Co- (was to get a good night's sleep and could find nothing to help me. J1URLEY POOL PRAISED "My little girl, nine years old, had HY WAR FINANCE 1D3AD been suffering so dreadfully from InLexington, Ky., May 5. Eugene digestion I tried Tanlac in ucr case Meyer Jr., managing dlreotof of the and it so completly relieved her I war finance corporation, spent yes- started op it myself. Since taking terday in Lexington as the guest of tour bottles I feel well and happy jtfl the Burley Tobacco Growers' Cooper- the time, my appetite Is Just tlno and ative Association, lunched with the I have gained tea pounds. I think officers and directors of tho associa- Tanlac is the grandest medicine in tion, purchased three Kentucky sad- the world." Tanlac Ib sold by all good drug- dle horses from W. M. Jonos ot North i Adv. an address on gists. Mlddletown, delivered bacteria thus arer tunity to infect the tissues around tho affected area. FIRST J. -- Tho Danish explorer, Laug Koch, a has Just completed a trip across the, north of Greenland, tho largest Island in the world that Is, if AusI tralia is reckoned a continent. Tho trip took 200 days and "was made in Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, sledges drawn by dogs and American Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains motor tractors. This part of the Isneither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its p land is a dreary age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has where the snow and Ice Is hundreds of feet deep been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, but no lives were lost. Through the Wind .Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising explorations of Peary and Greely the therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. United States had a claim to this The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. part of the big Island, but when the Danish West Indies were purchased In 1917 all claims in Greenland) were relinquished to Denmark. Last sum3ears the Signatui mer the king of Denmark made a visit to his chilly colony with a population of about 15,000 Eskimos and a handful of Danes. Koch declared he could have easily reached the north tation: pole. "A, ship clears tho harbor every forty-tw- o minutes. A train enters EIGHT KILLED IN seconds. the city "every forty-tw- o POWDER BLASTS The Kind You Have Always Bought Freight cars leaving here would fill THE CENTAUR COMPANV. JEW YORK CITY. reaching from s New eight tracks Slnnamahonlng, Penn., May 26 York to San Francisco. Eight men were Instantly killed nnd "Two hundred and sixty train three others slightly hurt in a series loads of food or a number sufficient of explosions which today blew into to reach from tho city across the pieces three lading houses and anstate of New Jersey to Philadelphia other building of the Grassella Chemare required to feed Manhattan for ical Company plaut here. The ctuse a single week. of the explosion? will probably never "We use 500,000,000 gallons of bo determined as all the men in the water dally. buildlnir where the nowder first let . .. . nours, i g0 were "Once every twenty-iou- r 1,062,000 persons cross East River. , A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. "Twice as" many persons ride on may ATTEMPT TO SWIM systems ol transit the ele-- 1 THE ENGLISH CHANNEL the three vated, surface Hne9 and subway, every day as the number riding on Boston, May 27. If friends and -all the steam railroads of the United admirers can raise money necessary to pay expenses, Charles Toth, well- combined. States "Fares paid on these three loads known "Brownie," will attempt to last year numbered $2,500,000,000. swim the English Channel next Au- Largest Morning Circulation "Durlng tho same year more than gust. For ten ears Toth has. been of the. population of the a member of the "Brownies," an una third of Any Kentucky Newspaper of swimmers, united States, or 37,144,000 passen- - official organization gers"on the railroad trains entered who take a dip every day, winter and ' summer. He has made the Boston . Grand Central Station. ' 5,000,000 visitors dine Light swim four times and has set "More than annually In hotels and restaurants up a number of local records, prestige and reputation. Enjoys a nation-wid- e is street dls-- i nbout tho Forty-secon- d essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving mews CITY TO HAVE RUBBER STREET trlct." . Parks Cover 8,703 Acres matter first consideration. A contract has been let in C6pen-bagtConcerning New York's population to a rubber factory for the and acreage ho had this to say: Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and f "There are 30.383 more persons building of a street of India rubber. Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. in the city than there are in the fol- -' The company estimated that the lowing thirteen states: Washington, street would last 50 years, and that it With important legislation coming before Congress ' Oregon, Id'aho, Utah. Colorado, Art - would cost about $5 a square yard. - ,The rubber street is to be 220 yards and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jzona. New Mexico. Montana, Wyo ournal Dakota, South Dakota, long, and it Is claimed that It will mlng, North is the daily newspaper you will need. ba the finest street in the world1. Nebraska and Nevada. arrived "In 1920, 778,749-personBULLET CUT FROM LEN1NE Of that number In this country. By special arrangements we-anow able to oiler in New York. 415,722 remained A German surgeon, Dr. Borchardt, "It the streets wero placed end went to Moscow to cut from the neck THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNAto end they would reach to San Franof Premier Lenlne a" bullet fired at AND cisco and half way back again. him two years ago by a would-b- e asParks, playgrounds and parkways sassin. Only local anesthetic was usTHE REPUBLICAN cover 8,703 acres. enough Italians in New ed, and the bolshevik leader was said "There are to have borne the operation very Both one year, by mail, lor only $5.75. York to make a city the size of Los calmly in spite of his overworked of Milwaukee Angeles. Onothe size and nervous condition. The bullet This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but could be populated by Manhattan only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessoo or Indiana. New submight Just missed the great veins of th3 s. Tho Irish lower part of the neck, and Lenine's scriptions may. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will collect In two cities the size of Balti- escape was called almost a miracle. "Albany. more and date from expiration of present ones. found The German surgeon said "There Is a' real estate transfer sanitary conditions' Improvedheat MosIf you 'prefer an, ovenlng newspaper, you may substitute Tho mlnutds, a new every twenty-tw- o cow. Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. building erected, every fifty minutes Send or bring your orders to this office. and a fire every thirty minutes." CHILE AND PERU Dally instruction in the public FORMULATE PLAN schools costs the city $225,000 while 17,000,000 books are taken from tho Washlngton, May 27. A deClnlto library every year. basis of negotiation, understood to The city spends $9,000 dally to contemplate a resort to arbitration, States for a temporary period as an Chaplin. The year expired' this for mental keep Its citizens well. at last has been formulated1 by tho alien seeking treatment an opinion month and1 the question was raised to whether her continued stay in th disorders according And those who never have con CWIean-tf'eruvlaAn conference. sidered Brooklyn much of a town now under discussion tho arbitra- rendered to Secretary of Labor Davis United States could be legally per. may be interested in listening to this: tion proposal is said to center on a today by tho solicitor attached to the mltted. Adequate provision has been madu Immigration Bureau. "Brooklyn is the third largest settlement of tho conThe opinion does not automatical- for her card, Charles Chaplin municipality In the United States and troversy, over Articlo III of the trealas the sixth largest in the world. Since ty ot Ancon, without prejudice to ly .permit Mrs. Chaplin to remain at referred to in affidavits as assumlug 1910 the population has grown at the many ot the eligible lists there were Santa Monica, Calif., where she has financial responsibility to see that been living for a year uilder expert she did not become a public charge. rate of 3,200 a month. There are to the surface. medical care, but it allows Secretary He "also was described in tho documore persons there than In Wyoming, Prospects that the two delegations Vermont, Arizona, New Mexico, Dela "would come together on such a pro- Davis to uso administrative discre ments submitted as being worth more. ware, Idaho and Nevada combined. position appeared to be brightening tion. Mrs. Chaplin's legal represen- - than ?1, 000,000, A preliminary medl- "Seven hundred vessels of more tonight after the formal conference tatives havo been asked to furnish cal report indicated that Mrs. Chaplin, than forty different steamship lines sessions bad been resumed in a short evidence that her treatment under had improved greatly mentally and enter and leave and there is more but interesting meeting. The optimis- American climatic conditions has i physically during' her year In - Califor " Creok, a tic tendency of official opinion was been ot physical and psychological nla, cargo on tho Newton "s&tt-l- . valu. Secretary Davis will make fiBrooklyn at Green apparent on all sides. stream entering 'f ' nal determination of the mutter after Cut This Out und Tuko It With' Yhu Point, than' Is carried on a thousand A man often forgets th6 exact It Ib the Next to honey, ,and almost as an- study of these expected reports. miles of the MTssIsslppI. Mrs. Chaplin, an aged woman, who namo of ho article he wishes topur-chas- o, first coffee center of the world. cient, fjgs and dates, are the most and as a last resort formerly was an actress, became detake "Last year in the public schools natural of our sweet tr, Is. ranged mentally from shell shock something else instead. That Is alBrooklyn educated as many pupils as suffered during ono of ithe early air ways disappointing and unsatisfacthose that were taught In Baltimore, CIIAl'LAIN'S MOTHKK ALLOWED TO STAY raids on London by Germans during tory. Tho safe way is to cut this and Toledo, Milwaukee, Pittsburg the war. She was admitted to the out and' tako it with you so as to San Francisco combined." Washington, May 26 Mrs. Han United States In 1921 tor a period of make sure ot getting Chamberlain's 11 MINERS ARE KILLED IK BLAST nah Chaplin, mother of Charles Chap ono year for treatment at Santa Mon- Tablets. You will find nothing quite lin, the motion picture aotor, may bo ica, whero she might have, the com- so satisfactory for constipation an! Birmingham, Ala., May 26. Ble.-- allowed! to remain In tho United pany of her sons, Charles and Sidney Indigestions (Louisville Herald.) New York, May 26. Onco every thirteen minutes thero Is a wedding In this city. Every fourteenth minute, dify and night, a funeral Is held here. And ten times each hour a child is born. .This is the beginning ot the most netonlehinc set of statlstlcn ever to be compiled in this city whoro things. that happen, match In number the rands of all the shores. Dr. F. M. Gordon, church secretary of Brooklyn Bureau of Charities, wns director of the Greater Cities Survey for tlo Interchurch World Movement a few years ago when ho became Interested In the figures brought to his attention. From a study of New York statistics essential to his word he: developed his interest to a hobby. He spends a part pf his time changing his records as events change and adding now figures to his lists. Today he pictures this American metropolis as a monster sprawling upon the eastern coast, demanding sustenance from the entire world, ex of pressing itself In grotesque-ri- o proportions. These are the figures he gave on tho city's food, drink and transpor- 1'orp (ho Itellcf of Rhcumntic Pains. When you have stiffness nnd soreness of the muscles, aching Joints and find it difficult to move without pain try massaging the affected parts with Chamberlain's Liniment. It will relieve the pain and make rest and. sleep possible. m - NNNNNccccKscaccccNNCc The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of on the wrapper all these years "st to JtyJ7!, Jirenerntinns. protect the Do not h "Just-as-goo- coming deceived. EXPLORER CROSSES NORTH OF GREENLAND All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTOR A Ice-ca- GENUINE V71 CASTORIA ALWAYS &&0&&u 30 In Use For Over Years Which Daily Paper? y$.. The Courier Journal It an s re L, ' Austro-Hungarlan- n long-standi- a in ,n w.'m.' -- 0jT If" plained, the consent of parent or tho NORMAL SCHOOL TO legal guardian is nceessary iu iu BEGIN HERE JUNE 12 marriage of a minor. Mrs. McCor-mlc- k was said to bo unalterably Pabllshcd "Weekly by to the marrlago, while Mr. Mc- JUHTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Cormlckwas said to favor It ns a last To afford Frt Training For Ohio Incorporated County Teachers. resort if It proved essential to his daughter's1 happiness.' Tho objecW. 8. TINSLEf, Editor tions of both were said to center in This school Is a normal tralnlnc between Oscr, and Business Mnnngcr. the disparity of ages to pre po t least 45 years school that heirs teachers who was. said to pare for tho normal work requited Xntered according to law at tuo old, and Mathllde, who Is 17. of them under me new aw. Pottofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall frco to all teachers; also thoie who Hatter of the second cIbbs. PICTURE OF FISH FOUND It IMBEDDED IN SYCAMORE Intend teaching as n profession. all rural teachers Is Intended for to communications Address 'all Petersburg, Ind., May 30. John and grade teachers of the county. fffaa Hartford Republican. Fulscher, a White River bottom farm- The Bame credits will be given as er, living five milps west of Peters- would De given elsewhere for the NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS burg, while fishing In White River, same amount of work. In other Subscribers desiring tbo paper sent made an unusual discovery. He had words it is an opportunity brought new uddress must give the old pulled his boat up to the rooto of an to your door. Ba. In making the request. and, in This school will begin the second Business Locals and Notices 10c old hollow sycamore tree for each and 8c per lnoklne into the hollow, found the Monday in June. line, insertion. MRS. I. S. MASON, Supt. Kplcture of a catfish Imbedded in the Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards body of the tree alongside the InCourse of Study 6c for t Thanks, lc per word, and money scription J. Jefferson, 1865. He took The course of study given below head line and slgnautre, Mch fei advance. his pocket knife and parde the is Issued by tho State Department of Church Notices for services free, wood, which brought the picture out Education for use in all schools fc ftat other advertisements, lc per clear. Fulscher will cut down the conducted under tho law enacted by will sycamore tree and will cut out Anonymous communications the last Legislature, authorizing which he will present to the the establishment of. County Teacher-Traiteelve no attention. Pike County Historical Association. ning Schools. It is specific The Jefferson fnmily has long since in Its requirements in order that tho TELEPHONE moved from Pike County, but Jef- work done throughout tho Stnte in 69 Farmers Mutual ferson township, onei of the wealth- this most Important field of teacher-trainin- g iest In Pike County, bears his name;. may be made uniform and . .JUNE 2 KR1DAY, kept up to a high standard of efllcl- TOBACCO DRIVE IN HOPKINS CO. ency. offered are of sec All courses In 1924, The ondary ranh, nJ each major subMadlsonvlllo Ky., June Henry 'we predict will not get much nearer drive to sign up the tobacco grow- ject succe&s'nily carried fir six the coveted char than did dene ers of Hopkins County in the Dark weeks will receive a credit of A asDobs in 1920, and he was under lock Tobacco Growers high school unit. The uornnl load and key In the 'Atlanta prison when sociation will begin shortly after the carried by :i student will be four he- ran in that race. Bingham meeting here on June 8, ac- majors and a drill. For the latter cording to Information given out by no credit is nl'owcJ. organization "We do not know from whose pen those in touch with the One course in Education will De "Elkhorn program. editorial required. Student will bo cwpett-- l the fourth f-r County Chairman W. E. Cardwell, sub Stylo" found In the Courier-Journd to select three addU'C-naIn seol date, May 31, came, but who- and his assistants, are engaged jects, preferably choosing only one ever he may be he writes like a good lecting; district chairman for the drive from a group. sport and If he Is not a tolerably fair and upon completion of the list the Education angler, or better, we. lift our hat to names will be given out tor publica1. Essentials of Teaching. This tion. a pretty smooth counterfeit. is an introductory course in the art Interest in the address of Judge of teaching and should bo taken by "When a County Judge permits the Bingham on the details of the work- all persons expecting to teach who taxpayers to order that he call the ing plan of the organization is in- have not had a simllnr course. It growers board of supervisors together for the tense both among the actual deals wfth the problems of school purpose of increasing their County's and business men of the county. organization and management, and assessment in a sum sufficient to methods of teaching the fundamencall of the authorities at FLICKER OF AN EYELASH v At Wallace, Taylor & Morris Garage, meet the : In addition to tho SAVES MAN FROM MORGUE tal subjects. big bid "Frankfort he has made one mastery ofx the adopted text the for popularity at home, whether he Study will be exDetroit, May 27. The flicker of State Course of attains it or not. plained reference reading will be an eyelash changed E. M. Sarheim's required, and wherever possible "We have a few subscribers whose destination from the morgue to a will be obnames we would be pleased to write receiving hospital when Deputy Coro- demonstration classes In that tall ner Conley. called for the body of the served and methods employed dison the book up yonder, desk In the front room. It's a part supposed suicide. Emergency mea- cussed. point of the anme of John Mooro complain Text. Woofter's Teaching In Rur- elementary text from the I of our business to attend to these sures taken by the hospital resulted because we "seen" fit to cut Battle STRAY STREAKS view of method, and a supplemen al Schools. triries, so don't be backward in In his recovery. Now, we've .1 Nail out of this column. tary book dealing with the EuroA thor2. School Management. bothering us about the matter. In Sarheim slashed his throat with a nothing In particular against Bat, Hisof American pean beginning sup(By Fluke McFluke.) and ough study of the adopted text, addition to money we need rest, and razor in a fit of despondency 'ceptlng the company ho keeps. Wo tory. The discovery atad settlement was reported dead. After ordering plemented by reference assignments, It will be some change. do not so much of blm since of our continent, the struggle of a slab the morgue prepared for the and a study of the Kentucky School rertntn thnt Mayor John Bean and Bob Walker are absolutely European nations for control of the At last a man has been sentenced body. Conley responded to the call Survey Report. Npw WorfiT "and the final fight for'some women have pretty ears and If got to making Bat's place a rendez- .,. 4 tni-in tVia, npnltpntlarv in with a coffin. He was abouMo de English inHpnimipnpp. will they do have, why don't they exnose vous for checker playing. Bat's ex- . iVkCiutiivto ..I- Kentucky, for killing another per- - posit Sarheim in the coffin when a i. Advanced Reudiiig. The aim UU1 frontPd ns a nart of ..- - igreat, mem too; . cuse Is, when boiled down, to tho ef- , the Sentences slight quivering of the man's ee-las- h of this course is to develop apprecia.son with an automobile. feet that he dares not leave the shop indiindicated that he was not dead. tion for good literature, and the movement of the race toward of this character, but more severe, We guess Joe Tate's wluw mifht bo w,th tIlom - blnl8 ,n there wl,h a11 unrestricted develop power to read orally with ease and vidual llhertv. ought to have besn In vogue several effective social or- - termed a tolerably slick guy. He's inem cioines-o- i ins customers. ou mui. LOUISVILLE MARKETS .years ago. There can be but little effedtlveness. The selections used ment, and an made up about $500 for oiling pur- - being thecase Its like, this: The less doubt that many lives have been takwill Le taken, from Field's Literary ganlzatlon. sas when he gets thru we sfl of Bat( tho less we think a Civics. In addition to tho PES o Cattle Market ruled extremely Readings, and the adopted and supen and many others maimed and cripabout him, the more we think of ne olu town's BInB to be well b pled for life by careless and criminal dull and draggy on most kinds. plementary texts used In the ele- mastery of the text, local civic or- him, at least not less, because we like and needs will be stud- - ed with erase. .auto drivers. The pedestrian not only Light demand for best light butchers mentary schools. In addition, prin him more that way- owes It to himself to be careful and at prices unevenly lower than Mon- ciples of teaching students in the led, and problems of community AV . ... linvi Tint sppn. nr in nnv m.in. i i.i i.u .itoi.Dc.fiii on the watch, but the drivers of au- day, with the medium and inferior method class will be exemplified and Prof Wilbur Rhoads be made to kinds fully 50c off. and ner heard from A. Cox Uno the day elementary should Adopted tomobiles Text nfaterial reading supplementary ' . w met him on the circus grounds In mustache, several on each side, in public. heavy steers Prime, Quotations: -- see their obligation to the suited to the lower grades will be nign scnooi 11 . ghav,ng yesterdav A, M. h0 accidently Jn many instances, we doubt not, $88.25; heavy shipping steers $7.-2- 5 considered. glv- ' hcience dering wlujther he took-u- p with the cut off 2 or 3 from the off side, driv8; medium to good steers $6.50 wherein wreckless automobile 1. General Science. The aim of U. English Classics. During this whole an unbalanced sort ot inftho 7.25; heifers $G8; fat cows $4.50 course one of Shapespere's plays will ers have run down men, women and this course is to provide a broad the show carried. We are going to appearance. He Is undecided as to 5.50; medium to good cows $"3.50 children their acts would have been ofi in the elements be studied intensively with a view foundation try to even up by re caH up Jlm Davis or Tlce Baker and whether to 4.50; cutters $2.75 3.50; canners considered as much criminal, had -of a refined j science, to give training In systema- sprouting or pluck a like number feeders to tho development fnd out just what,g hapi)ened. tho right sort of law and their real $22.75; bulls $34.50; literary taste and power of artistic tic thinking, to afford practice in from tho heavy patch. stockers $46.50; milch the, public Been $66.75; .attitude toward of scientific Investigation, expression. This work will be sup- methods klll- - cows $20 CO. Itater'preted, as It they had Just limit thn time Cnnt. Jim .A nBest plemented by a study ot dramatiza and to awaken the student to a coor. malnxed by shooting at ranMAiutlAGE L1CENHKH Calves Market nteady ,,-s tion as a means of primary teach Kciousness of the Importance 01 in iiEOUNTIiY ISSUED dom into .a public thoroughfare. The veals $8.50 down; medium and comThe text wllj , field of knowledge. 'H.M wreeklessly speeds where mon calves $305.50. Best .heavy ing. (Second term). man who by simple experl- H, Giaimnur. A rdretul "study of bo supplemented ' other people have rights and must calves over 200 pounds hard to disRanse Martin Into the society tho n, b Allen, Select, to Susie Doug- and supplemented by a ments, laboratory exercises, tho text wll bo dadgummed R. R. Co., ups and moves inB( Select. , eo, should have the same restraint pose of at topt prices. r of reference reading. Hogb ovev lilt VA Hint fnnl UW rt tnwn I t, Villi ir il.A antt in nlnrifrlHISJ Demand active, with values demonstration of the methods . put upon him and be amendable to a 11711. ..S I1IIII J l . I. . J U.W nt b.lML W... nut W l'llI.IIV.l. W... f Text. Lake's General Science. Ran6e and E(l are jUBt out ot luck, R law or manslaughter with, no less 5c off on all grades. Top hogs 120 handling this subject as studied In gteff Z. uvogruiiiiy. iuifce iujuu uuua that's all. certainty than other criminals who pounds up, $10.60; pigs 120 pounds tho method class. Text. KIttrcdge & Farley, and will be studied, illustrating the typo wantonly take life by other imple- down, $9.25; throvouts"$8.10 down; Ref study- - method of organization. adopted. stags $6.50 down. ments than automobiles. We observed memorial day Tues. "4 Lambs Prices were on 4. Composition. Thi course will erence reading and fleld'Btudy will day by locking-u- p Sheen and and keeping all COURT FIGHT LOOMS IN tho downgrade, with bulk of tho best deal with the essentials of written supplement the text. hands out ot the office and' It took Tarr us nlgVon-t- o two o'clock Wednesday structure, sentence McCORMICK OSER TROTH lambs 50c off at $15 down; seconds composition, World Geography Text. sold for paragraph writing, letter writingt & McMurry. , $0 dowh. Lighter topii to get organized and going again, i lower prices. Tho best fal bheep, 110 punctuation, etc. Here again, an 8. 'Hygiene & Sanitation. This with everybody fussy, in n yawny sort LOUISVILLE Chicago, May 30. Mathlldo will Include a tnorougn, of mood, and even tho blamed engines came1 home from New York pounds down, $5; 11Q pounds up $4; effort .will bo made to correlate sub- course 's ject matter and method. practical study of the essential laws refUseiUo run untu nfjer the lunch SUNDAY,JUNE11,1922' today to take 'sides wltn herjather bucks $23. Butter, Eggs anil Poultry. nt J.W..W... -- jo In what has threatened o grow Into Text. Adopted grade and high v noronunt tivclpnA and home and ,uuur, Buying prices, net .to shipper, tho school texts. , "'a court battle over" her marriage to The text community sanitation. ILLINOIS CENTRAL Bhtpper paying freight and drayago by reference MatlicmnticH Max Oser, Swiss riding master will he 'supplometed Bill Schlemmer came up towa a plan- charges are: Miss' McCiormick tonight of few nights back and had to borrow' 1. Ailtlunctlc. Tbe aim of this reading and an investigation Eggs Candled 19c doz. ning to uppearMn iprobate court n Innlorn in ltirlit ,la nnDlwflv'hnma course is to give a thorough review local problems in sanitation. lbs. ot tbe essentional Poultry Oiens 20c lb.; 1 tell' Judge Horner that . A Anv nr ... principles of wn aipr. noon nffpr nnon., . ... v ( The Round Trip. and over 40c; Bmaller 35c lb.; roos- arithmetic from the teacher's point ulie wants her' father, Harold F. 4. Agrkultuic. The study of the Bill again came to town and remem- geese 8c .I ters 9c lb.; ducks lie lb.; .11 l.u millionaire bead of the I......... . me uidi The class work will so ten will l. .nnMlnmAnlml of view. 0:14 A. " uo oujijiicuivmvu uj alluurinK ins tmiipueiites 01 IL. !.. Lv. Reaver Dam terna'tlonal Harvester Company, to lb. ; turkeys No. 1, 20c lb.; guineas far as possible exemplify the best study of local agricultural condi- - time up, he guardedly brought along Ar. Loulnvjllii io:30A.M $3.60 per dozen. bb'h'er guardian. ipnft l.tn.. nM UVVA4B, Returning: thought and practice as to content LIUIIO aUU miuiiIb nf t Hp Tifitiirp -- ..... W f1flaillcl,t When V.n Tlnrrnsa ..,.. M ..M.H.V Rturlvio A.UBM..C,.. PM.VM McCor-mlc- k, Country Butter Pound 16c. Mrs'. Edith Rockefeller 7:00 I. MV and method of teaching, and in so work outlined In tbe State Course ed him Into our office he was per- - Lv. Louisville Grain. whb' recently divorced Mr. wo djlng supplement the work of the of Study, and the most effective spiring rather freely nnd when Current approximate buying prices, method course. oh grounds Of desertion, has asked him to bo Beatcd he pleaded means of using the adopted text, American Association j mllls'are: obtalned'a court order reopening the carload lots, quoted by Soils land Crops, lack of time, saying that he woum a. Algebra. Courses will be orText. Morier's Wheat New. No. 2 red $1.25; ) proceedings which were thought to Base Ball have to hurry home as he thought ganized as local conditions warrant. and grade text. lave made Mr. McCormlck Mathllde's wagon wheat $1.20. there was a bad connection in the a. Geometry. This subject will Double Header Corn No. 2 white 68c; No. 2 yelguardian. ' At tho time of the divorce LOST Miller, Cord Tire, Sunday, flashing portions of tho flasher and be offered in those schdols where LOUISVILLE n. KANSAS ClTVr "Mathllde chose to stay with her fath- low 67c; No. 2 mixed 66c. 2i, Between Hartford and it there was he wanted to cqrr to Oats No. 2 'white 43c; No. 3 there is a demand and the teaching May theguardlanshlp proceedings er and And Muiiy1 Other Attraction. Fordsvlllo, Under please deliver to town and have it fixed, if he .ild force makes, It practicable; cnts. wore thought to be to clear away a white 41 and one-hathink to bring it along. , Herald office, llartford, or Medley Social Science I. O. It. H Ask Joo Wililunw, leeal obstacle to her marriage to This course Slack, Owensboro, Ky., and redelvo 1. V. S. History. Unemployment in Germany is . Oser, Beaver Dam, Ky. I. D. Claire and a friend of his by 8t2 will include a etudy of the adopted reward. . the Swiss law, It was ex- - greatest among the building trades. TfUe Hartford Republican The New Ma A " try and buy the most beautiful automobile in its price class. You now have (he opportunity to see, U-- ie ad-tlon- al perfect motor, a well balanced body, nickled trimmed steel disc wheels and everything. 'Tis a thing of beauty and a joy forever. The automobile that everyone is talking about and boosting. No one looks at it and turns away. They all looks as long as the new Maxwell is in sight. In has an "Iron Clad" guarantee. r & THE PRICE nssjR" 'nt - 975 SOLD BY 00 ;i al l Delivered full of Gas and Oil. -- R. B- - (& O. C. MARTIN HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ' f(,ii,,.' v uear-ganizatl- on -- ,! -- -- cor-Toctl- 1 cd .,, ' WT J Low Rate Excursion fa ., $2.25 -- a. 1 V . ,. ....... ck -- lf r Ant Jluder -- .iV :i FAIR'S June Mill-En- Miss Evelyn Hnrrla, of Simmons, has been the guest of friends and relatives In Horse Branch during tho II. B. Martin nnd son, OC, hnve past week. accepted tho local agency for tho Mr, and Mrs. James A. Tato, of Maxwell Motor CoV Rockport, were In Hartford WednesMrs. Lula Hughes end son, Horley, day. Tlley wore enroute to where they are guests of of Herrin, 111., sr: visiting relatives nnd friends In Hartford and Beaver Mrs. Tate's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Kuykendoll. Dam, Sheriff G. A. Ralph mnde a trip' to Morgantown yesterday. : mmmm ' I i n, Now Your Chanc e to 'get the utmost comfort Summer in a KEEP-KOO- L d Sale Mrs. J. W. Lytle, nnd littlo daughVOll SALE At a bargain, ono ter, Eleanor, of Ysleta, Texas, Tare PMaxwell Touring Car; Paint, top visiting Mrs. Lytle's brother, Mr. J. and body in Acondition, also H. Williams. good set of tires. Perfect mechanical condition. See mo at once. HOLD YOUR, WOOL about teji L. H. RENDER, days, the price will beNgood. Will Beaver Dam, Ky. -l 4 r t r- -' Mr. Gllmore Keown, a student In (he University of Kentucky, college Mr. Thomas W. Barrett, of Enid, of agriculture, Is recovering from a Okla., epent from Wednesday, until painful injury sustained to one of Saturday of last week, In this city, his knees In a baseball game three ' , the guest of relatives. or four weeks ago. Ho Is now able to be out, by the aid of crutches. We take special pride in announcing Mr. David Bishop, who' recently completed his Junior year In the Mrs. W. C. Logan and little son, Sale will to you that our Big June Mill-En- d Bethel College, Russellvllle, has reEmmet, have returned home after to his homd here. turned spending about two week's with Mrs. begin Saturday, June 3rd, and continue to near .Cincinnati, MOWERS AND HAKES Deering Logan's mother, Saturday, June 24th. Thousands of yards Ohto. They were accompanied home and McCormlck Mowers and Rakes or Logan's other son, Wells, hnylng machinery. by Mrs. nny kind of merchandise has heen bought of Mill-En- d who has been in school ,at Danville. Phone W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Hartford for this special sale, besides we have gone 47t4 Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Everette Hlmes 'Miss-Helthrough our entire stock end made radical Westerfleld spent tho- Edward Dean and children, and Mrs. week-en- d with Mrs. Himes" and Miss Elizabeth and James Allen, and Mrs. reductions. We want to make June the Allen Dean of Owensboro, are the Westerfleld's cousin, Mrs. Ronunie e. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Goodman, Helton and Mr. Helton, at Sunny-dalbiggest month in our history. To attend, Miss Westerfleld also visited city. relatives in the Magan community, means a great money saving to you The until Wednesday. Mrc. Londa Maddox returned to' big circulars will be mailed to you. Read hor home In Owensboro yesterday, afMiss Margaret King is doing Borne ter spending several days In this each item. Be with us. Meet your friends. guest of friends and rela- special stenographic work In the ofcity, the fice of Kirk & Bartlett, during tho tives absence of Mrs. Kirk, who is in with Mr. Kirk. Mr. Kirk Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mrs. Louisville has been In Louisville for some time C". Overhultz and little son, WinsW. treatment for an affection of ton Bennett were the guests of under the. eyes. He is getting along nicely. friends In Utica, Wednesday afternoon. W. Miss Norlno Barnett, city, and Miss ;usV t . Margaret Williamson lately of OwDr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan spent ar.e guests this week of Mrs. Tuesday and Wednesday in Madlson-vlll- e. ensboro, In guests of Mrs. Tappan's S. M. Dexter and Mr. Dexter, tho has acMiss Williamson uieice, Mrs. R. F. Jones, and Mr. cepted the position of bookkeeper Jones. with the Rockport Coal Co., at and will assume her dutlee S. T. Barnett spent from SaturMr. at once. day to- - Monday at Hanson, with his brother-in-laMr. James S. DeMoss Mrs. William R. Wydick who spent who was very low with tubercular afa few days in this city, the guest of fection. her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fore to her home in Earl-i.,.in- n BEANS, PEAS AND MILLET Ha- - man, returned Khp war n rrnmnanled cnrwinv Whlppoor-wl- ll berlandt and Sooty Beans, lioiie by her little nephew, Master Patton la very 111 Mrs. Hartford Republican stomnchJames H.nt her home, hero. of Best and Mixed Peas Good stock. William Foster Bennett, who will re The trouble German Millet. main for a few days visit with Mr, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 47t4 and Mrs. Wydick. JUNE 2 1'RIDAY Riley and' little Bon, BaxMrs. A. B. ter, visited In Livermoro Wednesday. Mr. .and Mrs. Isaac Christian of Mrs. S. T. Barnett, city, received Horse Branch, were guests of Mrs. telephonic information early WednesMiss Lllllti King of Dundee, spent Christian's aunt, Mrs. E. P. Foreman morning of the death of her Wednesday with Miss- - Mary Louise and Mr. Foreman, Friday and Satur; day brother, J. S. DeMoss, during the day of last week. Tappan, city. night previous. Mrs. Barnett left at EL PERBO 10 cents. once for Hanson to attend the burial LITTLE PERKJNS 5cts. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranney and Little Miss Nevelyn Taylor, of Herwhich took place that afternoon. At The Best Stands. children and Mr. A. C. Acton weren rin, 111., is the guest of her aunts, DeMoss was 52 years ofjge and Monday. Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp and Miss Mr. Owensboro is survived by his wife and ten chilMyrtle Maddox, city. . dren, one daughter and nine sons. Messrs. Byron Mills, Washington, PERSONAL NEWSD. C, and Sumner Mills, Owensboro, Mrs. William Lake, Hartford Routo and Mrs. AND SOC1ALXVENTS were guests of their aunt, Mra. A. W. 5, accompanied by her husband, went Mr. daughter, Thomas Bennett and Cora Bell, Miss Ida little Mills, Tuesday. to Owensboro Sunday; where she un- Marie Bennett, of Centertown, Mr. derwent an operation for .appendicitis, Mrs. Blanton EIIIh is confined to Charlie Hagerman and Mies Cora Ha" Mrs. Annie Bcrryman, who spent at the City Hospital. her room with illness. german, city motored to Louisville the winter with her daughter, Mrs. N. Tiipsdav. where they were guests of Mr. Rufus Chapman, of Bells Hun, P. Drisklll, in Los Angeles, Calif., BLEACHED AND IRONED Coun- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hagerman. Mr. has returned home. was In Hartford Sunday. terpanes, 3Gc; Sheets, 25c; Pillow and Mrs. Bennett and Mr. Charlie We bleach all white and Hagerman returned yesterday, while Cases 15c. lately returned domestic goods. S. E. Bennett, 48tf the Misses Hagerman and Bennett Will Schapmiro is recovering Mr. ft"' from Decatur. Ala., has, purchased a HARTFORD LAUNDRY. from n few dayo Illness. will remain for a month's visit. one-ha- lt Interest In the 'grocery busMr. Blnnton Elite mado a business iness of A. D. White. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Scott, son, Mr. Mr. Clarence P. Loney, who for trip to Bowling' Green, Tuesday. Edwin Scott and daughter, Miss Eliz- some time has been traveling sales.Hooslur Corn One and two-roGrocery been mnklng their man, for the Rogers-Slimost . accurate corn abeth, who have W. Patterson of LouiovIUo, Drills. Tho Dr. E. home in Hartford for some time, lave Company, of Owensboro, has resign47t4 on the market. la the euest ot his parents, near Pren- - planters? returned to Toledor Ohio. ed his position, and has nccepted anW. E. ELLIS & BRO. tl3. other, as Superintendent of the Hlmes, Standard ,011 Company's Owensboro Mr. and. Mrs. Everetto Attorney M. L. Heavrln has been Mrs. Ola Fell nnd daunhter, Miss unu ueuu mut- - plant. Mr. Loney formerly rcstd-d- a in Owensboro slnco Tuesday of this wessTB Armur ueacu WednesCllftle, .were in Owonaboro in iia pntintv situ? has many Gustine Mills and Margaweek, in attendance of tho Daviess nor, Misses I day. ret King spent Tuesday at Taylor's 'friends here. He will be succeeded County Circuit Court. by Mr. J. C. Ballard, of. Knoxvllle, Lake, Butler County, fishing. M. Brown, of McHouiy, was Mr. P. Tenn. MrS". Lcnnle Everly of Contcrtown, a wolcomo caller at this office', Mrs. Mary Rebecca Sharp, Fords-vlll- e days this week In this spent a few FOR SALE Routo 1, left Wednesday of last city, tho guest of her parents, Mr. week for Chicago, 111., where, she C. Bennett. nnd Mrs. Joo Mrs-- Hooker Williams will enterwill spend a few week's, tho guest of Good Rubber Tire Surrey; tain the Ladles' Social Club at her Goff, of Route 1, ber son, Mr. Horace Bowen1 and' Mrs. Mrs. James n homo on Route 1( this afternoon. three Rubber Tire Top Bug' n, Bo wen- and Mrs. S. M. Dexter of were callers at this office gies, double and single harMrs.' J. I. Goddman is recovering Mesdames Hinton Leach and Goe-bapart- - while in town yesterday. all in good condition. from a few days illness, at her Crowe accompanied their hus- ness, - ( ',' anents in the New Contmerclal Hotel. See them at Sunday, where Priced to sell. Cnpt. S. K. Cox, Mr. J. W. Ford, bands to Leltchfleld Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmer-ma- n the latter two, who are members of once. '.t?i. Rnift Four hend of Mules, 10 and Mr. and and daughter, Miss Winnie, the Hartford Base Ball club, played fjanda high, and one Holsteln milch E. E. BIRKHEAD, that day, sp'ent Monday in Owensboro. ' in cow; fresh. Hartford, Ky. i' CLAUD ICING, Hartford. Mrs. R. B. Martin will return Sun Lydla Nail, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. o, Cloverport, Ctiarlle Nail and family of OwenB-bor- day from the Green River Country, TEACHERS FOB LOCAL Mra. Mina C, Taul, 'of NORMAL ANNOUNCED were guests of Dr. and Mrs. where she has been visiting herj guest of her was tho recent week-en- d daughter, Mrs. Chester Wilson and Rev. E.' B. Pendleton, city, Tuesday. Bister, Mrs. Russell, Walker and The teachers employed for the Mr. Wilson and other relatives since Walker.. aro Thursday. . summer teacher training school Mr. Volney Shaver, Boham.-Tex- ns, Prof, and Mrs. T. F. Ellis, HuntingShaver, Nashville, Tenn., reMiss Ola Miss Blanche Guthrie of Owens-borMr. and. Mr. Owen Lee, Hartford, ton, W. Va and Prof. O. L. Shultz, cently visited their sister, Mrs. Sadie will arrive in this city Wednesfrom Eyans,-vlll- Narrows, Ky. These teachers come and aunt, Mrs. Lydla Potter. returned, Sunday, day to spend a week with Mr. and Williams Ind., where they had been slffje highly recommended, qualifications Mrs. O. T. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Jones, Prof, and Wednesday of last week, at the bed- unquestioned. Mrs. Ellis Is an expert primary Mrs. Henry Leach and Mr. and Mrs. side of Mr. Lee's brother, Mr, Charles Mrs. Henderson Murphreeof teacher, of exceptional ability. With Leach attended the memorial Lee, whp recently underwent an with her Hlnton last weok-en- d for appendicitis, at tho Dea- this faculty a very successful term services held at tho Brick House parents. Mr. and Mra. Rowan of school is the general prediction. coness Hospital. Cemetery Tuesday, gf this city. en . notify you when to deliver. SILAS STEVENS. ' Suit at a most moderate price. New Sport Models, New Fabrics and New Patterns. A KEEP-KOO- L Suit, will satisfy you in every detail. 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Venus is ly through consulate and steamship possibly inhabited by human beings offices and delousing plants on their Europe to the and communication with planetary iway from the slums of "may be possi- slums of America; streams trickling neighbors by wireless and ble, altho the cost would be im- through Havre and Boulogne 'Cherbourg; streams flowing thru opinion of C. G. mense," in the n '"Antwerp and Rotterdam and Danzig; assistant secretary of the discusses va- 'streams gnawing at the temporary Institution, who n rious scientific phases of the "habita-blllt- y barriers which keep them from and Stettin; and Hamburg worlds" In the annual of other report of the institution Just made streams which swell to torrents just before the ocean liners sail and dwinTiulilic. Iflr. Abbot says Venus reflects light dle again to orderly and steady cur.as if it were surrounded with rents when the liners have departed, clouds and so probably "it contains, but which flow without cessation under all conditions." plenty of moisture." The writer, Kenneth L. Roberts, is "'Its temperature Is about the same as that of the earth," he added, "and an alarmist in a way at least he all other conditions are apparently prsents material of an alarming nacomparable with the existence of in- ture. He calls it "Accurate and Information gathered telligent life." 'Many popular writers have claim- in England, Scotland, France, Beled, great things for Mars as an abode gium, Holland, Germany, Danzig, PoItaly, Turkey ol life," Mr. Abbot says, "but I can land, not accept this view." All observers and Greece." One of the morals of re agreed, he adds, "As to the exist- .his information is brought out, as ence of markings and shadings of he continues the story Introduced in color on Mars, but to suppose that the first paragraph: we Bee there the engineering works of These three young men from the Intelligent beings is merely fanciful." American Consulate, then, were "sitCommenting on suggestions that ting on the line" in one of Europe's "we are already receiving wireless ports of embarkation. They were signals from Intelligent beings watching for fake passports or false of the earth, which may in turn American vises or counterfeit Amerilia interpretable," Mr. Abbot declares can ten dollar consular fee staps. that the best information seems to It was not until early in 1921 that bo that the "wireless indications re- passports began to be examined at ferred to are merly disturbances in- the ships for frauds, but fraudulent troduced by solar or terrestrial causes passports had been in use . for as yet imperfectly understood and months. There is no way of knowing not the work of intelligent beings how many thousands of persons entrying to communicate with us." tered the United States during 1920 VENUS INHABITED SCIENTIST SAYS Ab-Ij- ot, Smlth-Bonia- Bre-'me- -- Czacho-Slovaki- a, out-ui- de CASTO TVHY Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR RA i EUAND HOW ROPE LEAVES HOME -- -- There were threo young men from the American Consulate sitting behind a long counter in a big' room at n Uorth European port of embarkation for America. Before them, passed a constant stream of emigrants Jrom Poland, from Irom. Lithuania, from noumania, and from various other countries of Central Europe. Tho stream oozed In at a double door at tho end of the room wound slowly past three young men, and slowly trickled out of another tfoulrt edoor far behind them. It had tlowed steadily through the room from nine o'clock in the morning It had been temporarill noon, when allow the three young ily dammed to men to get something to eat and from early afternoon until two hours after nightfall. Tho same thing was happening at tho same time, says the writer of a new book called "Why Europe Leaves at a number Home" of European ports of embarkation wbero Immigration to America was ot rigorously restricted .Streams of Czecho-Slovaki- a, -- (Bobbs-Morrill- .) with forged papers. In front of the three young men there was a little pile of Polish passports bearing forged American vises, forged signatures of J. K. Hudin Warsaw dle, American In charge of American vises, and concounterfeit American sular fee stamps. The young man beside whom I was sitting had been scrutinizing vlsea for nearly eight hours. He was plainly very tired and very nervous, and very much on edge from the stnch of the emigrants and from thlr ceaseless efforts to better their positions in the line by from little tricks and meannesaes-.antheir eternal and obvious falsehoods when questioned. In tho space of ten mlnutee, as I sat there, he took threo passports from three mean-faceshifty-eye- d Jews who were traveling on Polish papers. He threw them with the other fraudulent passports, motioned their bearers to come behind the counter for examination, and then swung around on his stool and faced me. There were tears in his eyes a fact which was no doubt due to tho eight hours of exacting and unpleasant and wearying labor in which ho had been engaged; and In repeating his words I would like to say again that the work had made him very Ylce-Consul ten-dolld, I trolt. wnerever no may no, an a.h- nervous and very much on edge, "1 want to tell you something" he- crican Mas ornco Bets in toucu wun .said. "My father wanted mc to get him and asks bruskly why ho hasn't my education out of. a college. A answered the request of Jncob Goldcollego Is n good thing, of course; berg for threo hundred dollars. Sammay nave but it never appealed to me very.uei uoiuncrgs address much. I had an idea that If I took changid. If that has happened, tho a packhorsc and a fow books and got Hlns organization In Amorlca sends out Into the country, I could sonk up out spcclnl messengers, locates his as much education as I could get out now address and tells him to hurry up of a college. It seemed to be all the nnd answer Jacob Goldberg's cable. samo to my father; so when I had If ho Is still reluctant, Mas works on finished prep school ho gave mo my his sympathies by telling him of tho 'colleg emony and, 1 went out to Colo Bufferings which Jacob Goldberg Is Almost Invariably tho and a undergoing. rado and got a saddle-hors- e pack-horsI wandered fill thru thaj money is sent; of course, through country, mountains and deserts and Hlas. Doctor Schluger, end of the conons. It's a wonderful country, Warsaw Hlas, told mo that during n liko all the rest of our country. I December 1920, Mas paid out half ." million American dollars to emiI love it now loved it then and He hesitated, nnd loked around, grants., All tho detnll work In connection nt the human stream which moved steadily on Its serpentine course be With securing passports from tho Polish Government fdr Jews is done fore us It takes tho applications "When 1 think," he went on, "that by Mas. nnd the necessary documents from these people, who don't know the meaning of the word 'patriotism,' its clients, bunches them, presents nnd who have been brought up to them to tho proper Polish authorities do Is hnte every form of government, are nnd nil that tho clients need to day In to conio around on tho proper going to America to have a voice the future of that country, it makes nnd collect them. To nil intents and purposes, tho me see red!" Society One of the other young men pushed Hebrew Immigration Aid looke'd around at might ns well be Issuing Polish vieco. back his stool and attempt was actually made An me. Society to persuade tho "That goes for me, too," he said. by the pour Department of State of tho United "After you've seen these mobs vises, to bo ing over to America for'a few weeks, States to allow American you Issued by Mas offlclnls In Europe you get "o fighting mad that without interference by American can't talk about it." up Lconsuls, so that Jews would not bo Tho third ycung man looked annoyanco of going all from a scrutiny of z. doubtful consu put to the ' What do they say the way to an American, consulate and lar fee stamp. to get an Ameriabout it at home?" he asked. "What of standing in line can vise. are they letting this go on for? They The Mas organization is one of tho can't know what's going on, or they'd smoothest and most capable travel stop it In a secord. What's the matter with them, anyway? Are they agencies that ever operated. If its operations should continue tojlevel-o- p crazy?" in the future with the samo ovMr. Roberts iron comes to a pMnt erwhelming success that characterizwhich he conider3 of great imported them during the year 1920, nnd if ance to the future of America. It the United States doesn't produce "less is tho stimulation of Jewish immigratalk and more action as regards Im tion to our shore? by the Hebrew Immigration, a majority of the Jowish His migration Aid KouMy. population of- - Europe will be transof this society Is presented here a; he ferred to America in one of the most glvs it, without prejudice, purely for stupendous Cook'n tours ever known. the informatioi of both slds Mr. The organization Is so Btrong, so Roberts writes: efficient, and so energetic that no Hias is not exactly what its name people can compete with the implies. When an alien leaves Eu- other Jews in the matter of emigration to rope for America, he is an emigrant. America. When h) arrives In America he Is an Immigrant. If Hias stopt with being an Immigrant aid society and confined its work to America alone, nobody could have the slightest obFor Infants and Children jection. V hen, however, it bectines Years In Use For Over an Emigrant aid society and moves Its activities to Europe, it automati- Always bears the cally becomes an artificial stimvla-to- r Signature of of emigration; and stimulated emigration ha3 always been recognized by every immigration authori0,000 ACRES SIGNED UP ty in America as a very offensive and undesirable th i g. It was offensive Hopklnsvllle, Ky., May 24. In and undesirable In the'past because the first day's campaign In Christian tho.e wl o left their homes to go to county for members to the Dark ToassociaAmerica did not do so in answer to bacco Growers on economic demand in this country, tion, the work was done by school nnd because America was in no ay districts, only eighteen of which were benefited by them. The Jews who solicited that day. These reported arc are coming to America a total "of 5,501 acres pledged, with le through no fault of their own approximately 3,540 acres unsigned. for these reasons, and for Scattering pledges from other disseveral others as well. In the old tricts, not Included in above figures, days there were two great stimula- aggregate several hundred acres, tors of r.nigratlon in Central and bringing the total well aboTo six Southeastern Europe the transpor- thousand acres. tation agents and the labor agents. Tho soliciting was done against The work of these agents in stimu- great odds, such as the height of tho lating emigration was characterized strawberry picking season with the by the United States Commissioner three strawberry growers associaGeneral of Immigration In 1309 as- - a tions of the county, the great rush "crying shame." Hias is as much of of farm work, especially in corn and an emigration stimulator inthe stc-t:o- tobacco planting, opening of the basewhere it opsrut-- s us transpor- ball season, etc. For these reasons tation agents and labor agents were the entire county was not attempted, before their activities bocamo Illegal and the results are even btter than and1 were forbidden. had been expected. The American flag fioato' from a "That beats any county In the bur-le- y flagstaff above tho door of the Hias district," said Joseph Passnnneau, when condi- organization director who also conoffice in Warsaw, and tions are normal, as they were In ducted tho burloy growers campaign. early '1921 under this flag pass one "It is really wonderful and there Is thousand prospective Hebrew emi- no doubt but that the rest of the grants every day. Every one of the county will fall in lino just as readithousand Is ruthlessly selfish and is ly." as the, Warsaw head of determined Tho farmorswho did not sign did the Hlas organization stated to get not express any decided' opposition to there first. Nevertheless, the strug the association, most of thdm, meregling, excited, Irritating srowdj Is j ly desiring-t- o consider the matte'r handled quietly, expeditiously further. The majority of these pracby Hias. It io remarkably tically promised to sign later., efficient and excellent organization; and the work for which it exists could Best Remedy for Stomach Trouble. not be done In a more capable and praiseworthy manner. "I am pleased to have the opWhen the doors of the Hlas office portunity to eay a good word for are thrown open every morning and Chamberlain's Tablets," wrltesJMrs. the struggling crowd claws and fights Mamie Bertel of Moberly, Mo. "I Its way up the twisted stairway that j think they are the best remedy for leads from the courtyard to the of- gtomach troubles, biliousness and flees, each applicant is given a green constipation I have ever used. I have card, a red card, or a blue card, de- taken them off nnd on for two or pending on whether he has come to three years and they always rejleve cable to his relatives in Amorlca, to indigestion, tone up the liver and get money which has been sent from make me feel fine. m America, or to get his passport. , This business of (jetting money 1UNG1IOM TO SPEAK IN MADISONVILLE from, America to stimulate ImmigraIf the tion is highly systematized. y., Mya 24. EfMadlsonvllle, Jew in America does not reply to the forts to secure Judge Robert W. first two cabled requests The Warsaw cable will contain the Bingham, of Louisville, for a speech phrase "Jacob Goldberg sent 'cable here in the Interest of the Dark ToAssociaSamuel Goldberg for 300. Locate." bacco Growers Samuel Goldberg may be a resident tion before the actual drive for memof New York or of Chicago or of De- - bers wub begun have been successful ' e, crl'-'cis- A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of . $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and cents cash for both papers. Send in seventy-fiv- e subscription now. Don't delay. your u and Jmlg Bingham cwlll spak here on June He. 8. wlll'-spca- k at the Garrick thea- building is expected to be packed to the last Inch with farmers. There Is a deep interest in the association, but especially to hear it explained by Judge Bingham. up Hopkins The drive to sign county growers will bo put on shortly after Judge Bingham's speech The exact date for this has not been set, but Chairman William E. Cardwell and his assistants are already at work perfecting the county organization nnd will have everythlnc In readiness Tho nnmiulra will hn mnilo In this county by magisterial districts and every neighborhood will be thorough ter at 1:30 in the afternoon and the Electric Bitters FOR KIDNEYiLIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE it Succeed when everything else (alia. In nervous proitiatiou and female '.veaknesse they are tho iuprem remedy, at thousands have testified. k the bext medicine ever SoU over a druggist's counter. Every Woman Wants ly canvassed- Omer Kirkwood, County Superintendent of schools has boon selected no iev rhnlrmnn In this COUntV and FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE he will be actively engaged in the' Dutolred In water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamcampaign. mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. FinUham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonJer for natal catarrh, ore throat and tore ayes- Economical. nu ntranKknvT rleuniaa aad jrtmioJil pnwrr. Ohio County 50c a3 dnwuk, or p.rij by VnuJ. ThPiioToiTrtCcmrMr.Bcte.M. 9 DIRECTORY lSujlFr. CASTO RrA 30 G&&yf&c&ti to-d- unde-desirab- CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday In September and fourth Monday mice George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. B. H. Ellis. Master Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund L. B. TIchenor. COUNTV COURT Convenes first Monday In each" month: Judge R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT Convenes first Monday in each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Monfirst Tuesday in day in January; April and October. R: R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-town. -- a Mothers use 'w ri For the Children A Safe Old vc Yernuhie r mi Fashiiie. m wrm monial FIEY'S VEMIFUCE can offer you. Keep a bottle always oo band. It will help keep tho little ones healthy and happy. JOca bottle tyourdructfa'ior SUicmI toir, or ii jrout dcaUr cn'ttupplryou.ieoclhianaroa U aid Hie in aiaropi and and jou a botilt promptly. STenty .firo veara centia-souiuU la best testi- Rmedj far War. i I ) LAI FKEY, BahiiMr, Mi, m 3rd District lth District vllle. Ctli District Q: B. Brown, Simmons. J. R. Murphy, Fords- - rs Sam II, Holbrook, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 4. Mack Martin, Narrows, 0th District R. F. D .No. 2. J. Walter Taylor, Bea-- , 7th District ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION' Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. Convenes First Monday in every month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, Secretary-Treasure- r. and R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. W. R. Cnrson, Vice ChalrnTan, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 3. Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. lo WILL YOU TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treataeu) WEA fakWS aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBa. OHIO MEDICAL GO. MT7 for LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relict (or that tired, run down feeliaCrJJIH cougar, pains in cntii. ouni iwcaii. uciuur.- ibicet, weak lunga or cooiumption. If it desa aetbslp you it coats you notbiol. Q Lock box 0t8 COLUMBUH.O. y Examinations. For Common School Diplomas y, Fourth Friday and Saturday in and Second Friday and Saturday In May. To be he'd In Fords-vlllBeaver Dam and Hartford. For Teachers' Certificates Third Friday and Saturday In May, June Jan-nare, USE LI V-VER-LAX For Lazy Liver anil (he Troubles of Constipation. A Feelcrieht all tho time. Don't jay aV from work for days by taking calosal when pleasant LioVr-Lo- x keeps yoU Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, while relievingyour trdub k. Safer too, and easy to take. Dm Run. take anything else. You can't afford ' HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eyt Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constipation. A nat' ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur Mayor W. C. Blankensblp. In its effect and certain in results. If Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. wiH won't be long before ROOKPORT completely dbplaco calomel in everj Children can take it freely sal Jiome.(. Robert L. Green, Judge, with perfect safety. Every bottle guar- Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles.. Noni-Edd Cooper, Chairman, genuine without the likeness and sigBsM ' - W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. tux oX L. K. Grhfeby, For sale by Stllll Mason, Treasurer. , XILLLUif, . Except notice is and September. given to the contrary tho latter examinations will be held In Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS R. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner Fordsville. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville Ito-W-L- ax ,' .. l I -- k o W L"c'v"tj,MHi"Wllir""1 '"' y- rejPp -- r - ywitiwi-f- lj FARM DEPARTMENT. flippy Moth IMnblMicil In Cent ml Connecticut. Winter and spring scouting by the jlitr. mi of Kntomology of tlio United States Department of Agriculture and Stntr entoniologloal forces allows that tbo gipsy moth U established over the entire central part of Connecticut. The n w territory Is as largo as nil the known Infested nroa In the State up to this time. The area affected Is that through which tlio main railroad lines run from Now England Into New York City, nud the spread of the pest toward tlio groat port is closely watched. It has now reached the New York state lino In northwestern Conncctlcut. WORkS OUT NEW SftOALS SCHEME J l M. Wisconsin, 11,778; Iowa, 11. 2G0; and Ifoti'r Committor Plan RoiOmblcs Tennessee, 8,455. Tlio total numFord's Hut Has Chtttlgos. ber tested In all the States during the month was 228,779. . Washlngtton, Mny 2G. A plan for The area plan of testing Is a valu- dovolopment of the government's niable supplement to accredited-her- d trate and power projejts at Muscle work, which has resulted In the era- Shoals, Ala , was virtually completed dication of many thousand head of today by the House Military Commit tuberculous cattle and the establish tee. In many respects It conforms to mint of more than 13,000 herd ac- - that submitted by Henry Ford, but credited as free from the disease contains certain modifications of the There are now more than 305,000 Ford proposals which, in accredited cattle In the country; ov- - of some members, makes the scheme or 1,250,000 tested onco and found the work of the committee. free of tuberculosis; moro than One important alteration of the undor supervision; and about Ford offer, It was understood, ellm- 408,000 on tho waiting list. Wls-'Inathe Bteam power plant at consln lends In number of accredited Gorgas, Ala., from tho group. with 36,183, and Minnesota other committee amendment would 33,7CD, However, the compel tho purchaser or lessee to AMmmI For New Wccll follows with okoiit rate at which the. work Is going on In manufacture fertilizers and sell them I Found In Mississippi. somo other States, tlusd two will to the public thruout the period of A wtovll has- been found In Stone havo to keop very busy to stay at tho the contract.whether for fifty or 100 Mississippi, In considerable County, top. years. The minimum production Slumbers, which is injurious to- potawould be calculated on 40,000 tons of turnips. Southern Many to tomato, and o Applications For ammonium nitrates annually, estientomologists uro especially requestHion IMllllit. mated to be equivalent to 2,000,000 Department j ed by tho United States As n result of the exhibit Illustrat- tons of finished fertilizers annually. of Agriculture to keep n sharp look ing tho prevention of dust explosions, Hidden Aio Informed. scorns to be out for this species. It shown by tho U S. Department oft Chairman Kahn called representaIdentical with Dcslantha nociva Lea. Agriculture at tho meeting of the Natives of tho bidders Into conference "known in Australia as tho tomato tional Fire Protection Association, at late today, advised them of tho comd of an It Is about weevil Atlantic City, May 8 to 11, other re- mittee's plan and requested that they Inch long, dull gray In color and quests for Its use havo been received Inform the committee ns quickly as bears on tho wing covers a pala from vnrlous sources. Secretary possible whether the details were In mark It has been known Wallace has approved a request from to their principles. Australia slnco 1908, and dpo3 much the Pennsylvania Industrial Board -- Those Invited- - by Mr. Kahn Includupon tho damage. Tho larvae feed for Its uso at tho ninth annual con- -' ed W. B. Mayo and J. W. Worthlng-to- n, plants at night, hiding underground ventlon of tho Governmental Labor spokesmen for Henry Ford; ttlurlng the day. nfflftlnta it tfin TTnUo.l ...... l qml rriun.nn fniHn , nrnatrlnnt nf thft . w.u W....VU CtitAa H..U lUUUIUO w. ...... , . ... ..." ..- MI..I.. ,0 ,)0 lleId nt narrlsburg. Alabama Power Company; Is trying to find out how nr May 22 tQ 2g u wU q ))(j uicd ftt )ck R B trum and Marlon , mih.,. . , , weovll has spread, and tho Bit- - . ,.,, ti,n ntter Mr. reau of Entomology is actively co- ItAl.t tttwll. tlA nil.nl... nf llin U a nnttt 171 1 1 0A- TC m ,An.Yrw1 operating. lers National Federation at Kansas and Charges L. Parsons. I City, Mo., May 31 to June 2. Three requirements had! been ap- J)on'l Drop Lighted Cigars On Wood- I The exhibit is available for tho use ' proved by the committee, which en Floor HrldKc. 'of associations or similar organlza- -' would have toUje accepted by any Don't throw away your cigar or tlons Interested in tho nreventlon of nurchaser. lessee or user 6f the lg.irett when crossjng a bridge with losses from dust explosions or fires Shoals properties before tho commlt-te- e n wooden floor,' advises the Bureau Requests should be sent to the ofconsented to advocate the final agreement by Congress, It was said. of Public Roads of the United States fice of Exhibits, United States Department of Agriculture. It may of Agriculture, Washing- These were that tho properties at INCORPORATED , Muscle Shoals should bo subject to atari a flro that will destroy tho ton, D. C. brldg1. right and control of the the absolute Many such tires aro started. Most Southern Potato Growers Uslne Moro government at all times ior me pru- of nitrates or other munl- j ductlon 'of them arc put out with small damCertlfled Seed., No. 2 age but occasionally ja largo strucpo- - tlons, and that nitrate plant In somo Southern States where ture Is destroyed. It seems strange tatoes are an Important crop, grow- - j must ' be kept available for such tilaf a steM bridge should be destroy- ers aro taking an Increasing interest usage. Company To Resist. ed by fire, but heat from a burning In certified seed, but according to floor may cause the destruction of the Stato officials and representatives of That tho bidders obligate them-th- e e, whole bridge by softening; the United States Department of Ag- - ' selves under strict terms to al existence "Polly" was educated to and Berlin who must, look to breaking of one wenkend momber facture and sell fertilizers In time of TREASURY SPAT with who aro the age of 15. Unable to read or wU cause the whole span to drop them, special legislation Is necessary peace to tho public, and that the NEARING CLOSE write when she first appeared, as tho Into tho rlvjer. On somo large to prevent local seedsmen from sell-- j Gorgas stoam plant be excepted from result ot a strange lapse in Bernice's bridges a watchman Is kept to guard Ing ordinary seed stock or evtn table tho properties at Muscle-- Shoals, Changes In Personnel Are Regarded memory "Polly" learned to do both should be developed indej which against this danger, and In a dry stock as cortlfied seed. before she ceased to appear. Merely As Part Of Effiseason fires have been known to ocMany growers now recognize tho pendently". ciency rinn. The; baffling change in the menMr. Martin notified the Military cur almost dally value of superior seed and are willing tality of the girl appeared almost A commltteo composed of a repre- to pay a premium for- - It, but they aro Committee today m a letter to wiair- Washington, May 27. Factions in Invariably after exertion, or excitesentative of the bureau and represen- Hirniir.-ippi- l hv frauds nemetrated man Kann mat no uisagrewu win ment, Dr. Goddard said, but she has ,m i,v imRPninniniia Hosier, i Attorney General Daugherty's opln the Internal revenue controversy ov- been doing clerical work; for tho tative of the Natlonnl Board of Flro .. D. Sumner, of Underwriters, tho lumber and creo- However, tho farmers may protect .ion holding the contract under which er the removal of A. bureau for several months and has sote Industry, and the Engineering themselves to a great extent It they the Gorgas plant was enlarged, for Iowa, and MaJ. C. C. Chllds, of Ohio, been allowed to visit briefly with posts, took a breathing a prominent engineer will look for the'" certification tag the government to bo "Invalid." If from their been no respell today and there were indica- relatives, and there has ing magazine, is now investigating which should be on every sack, of cor- - necessary, tno letter sam. mo During June she will be any tions that the incident was rapidly currence. -a the subject and considering tho best ruj ... wmti,i rpq.!st in the courts .. ..- -inn. una given regular employment. She does tllieu seeu poiniues. nun .I.,. ins . plant drawing to a close. 91 Wonders for M," means of protection. to start from It is possible to trace attempted disposition of the Is exInvestigation of the accounts unit excellent clerical work and' any lot of seed back to tho grower or to others than Itself. ex- Declares Tkis Lady. nf tlio Imrpnii hv thA snwlnl In t Rill ceptionally Intelligent when not Virginia Hanks 'and Farmers To Pur- dealer who put It up. or depressed. Dr. Goddard as by gence section continued, but officials-cItaro affected Children that Puro-IJre- d many of Siren. chase Not only the growers, but "I suffered for a long sickly and liable declined to comment. Friends of As serts. Tho banks, of Charlottesville, Va tho seed dealers have been Impressed worms are pale and time with womanly weaksome fatal disease. sistant Secretary Dover Insisted et- nro cooperating with farmers of tho with tho Importance of getting in to contract ness," says Mrs. J. R expels forta wero being made to prevent the KING TO SUE GAMBLER surrounding county in obtaining nothing but the best seed. This year Whlto's Cream Vermifuge FOR WRECK DAMAGES Simpson, of 57 Spruce puts the child removal ot his appointees by Com pure-bre- d 111 WA CI AcV.,.!1t. w sires. According to reports Joj carloads of certified seed, potatoes worms promptly and 3Ec per mlssloner Blair while at the Treas-- Jril. it- - .!-- ! --Z received by the United States Depart all of tho Triumph variety, were on the road to health. Price uuduy gui lu mc place m ' Paris, May 27. To charge headCounty Drug ury there were hints of possible furment if a farmer will planted In Louisiana alone. Twelve bottle. Sold by The Ohio where it was an effort for long into a king's touring car on a m ther action along such lines. Company. sell his grade or scrub sires and pur-cha- carloads camo from Wisconsin and me to go. I would have . lonely road' In the Alps and narrowBlair-DovDevelopments in tho pure-bre- d animals, tha banks 10 from western Nebraska. It Is bearing-dow- n pains in PARSONS K. OF P. CLASS Incident are regarded by high of- ly miss sending a crowned head down supply tho necessary funds to cover claimed that by thei use of this high-graesmy side and back Into a ravine has been the experience ficials as significant of more than a the purchase of tho purebred siro ovpecially severe across my stjed the yields In thai State are class disagreement over the policies con- of Gregory Vagllano, the famous InDown at Parsons, Kansas.a er tho amount received for tho In- being Increased 40 bushels or moro back, and down in my were recently given tho trolling the administration of the ternational gambler, notorious of twenty-fiv- e for on an aero over that of much of the seed ferior animal Tho loan is mado side there was a great announcement In Internal Revenue Bureau. Page Rank. This his huge winning at Deauvllle, Biar-- j the basis of a year's time. deal of soreness. I was formetly sold there. Itself is not unusual, but whew we Recent changes In the bureau per rltz and Monte Carlo. among bankers regardnervous and easily UpSentiment of this stop to consider tho nature Vagllano's car, going sixty miles sonnel are viewed In high official ing tho use of pure-bre- d set. Booze Is Not a Good Cure. live stock class and Its number there lies a sug- quarters as signs of the hand of Secrs-ta'r- y an hourcolllded with King Gusfavqe, (n practical farming operations apRolls-Roygestion of vast opportunity for all on the road TAKE Mellon at work to put Into ef- of Sweden's pears to bo growing moro favorable, (From tho Ames Iowa Intelligencer.) lodges In the Supreme Domain. to Geneva. The royal car was fect his own Ideas of efficiency In a man comes to you all douWhen tind the attitude of tho CharlottesSome enterprising momber of the smashed and turned over and the ville banks Is evidence of this point. bled up with pain and declares ho ledgo conceived the Idea and went to tho operation of tho functions ot the king's chamberlain, M. Amlnotf, se Mr. Mellon Treasury Department. as ' will die In your presence unless you sires of good quality, work on the proposition and' as a re- was represented as being desirous riously Injured. uown by information obtained1 ty procure him a drink of whiskey, send twenty-five- candidates between that the Treasury should give tho King Gustave now" announces that tho Bureau of Animal Industry, In- I Mm to n doctor or else give him a sult age ot olghtden and twenty-ontho' country tho most effective servloe ho intends to sue Vagllano for $20,-00- 0 Colic and crease tho earning power of herds doso ot Chamberlain's damages. tall members of a Bible Class In a and to this end he was proceeding to Diarrhoea Romody. There is a misused. and flocks In which thoy-ar- e church Sunday School, made appll- - organize Its forces to meet his views , taken notion among a whole lot ot DR. LORENZ SAYS SCIENCE for mdmbcrship. Tho class of government administration. lighting Cattle T. II. Is SucciWul people that booze is the best reme- cation MUST LOOK TO AMERICA" was called tho Bishop Wnldqrf 'Bible High Treasury officials expressed m dy for colic and stomach ache, lly Area Plan. Class In honor of the resident head regret that the Impression has gone In addition to systematic eradictlon of the church In that area. Paris, May 27. "The science of forth of a 'controversy between As of cattle tuberculosis by the accredit- CHICAGO LABOR UNION "I heard ot Cardul and This iscerta in proof of the great sistant Secretary Dover and Revenue tho world must in the future look to OPENS ITS OWN BANK ed, herd plan, Interest In tho "aroa decided to use it," conpopularity enjoyed by the Order. Commissioner Blair with Mr. Mellon America. There savants aro not hinPlan," as It Is called, has lately detinues Mrs. Simpson. "I go Into a church brought In on the side of Mr. Blair. dered by monetary considerations nor, Chicago, May 27. Chicago has set When a lodgo can veloped In many States, according to saw shortly it was benepromising young' They contended there had been no by the fear of novelty so prevalent In and select Its most fiting me, so I kept it up tho roport issued by the United States the paco In tho expansion of tho men and bring them Into the Order, movement and that Europe." disagreement personal Department of Agriculture describ- trades unions and it did wonders for church are changes made In tho bureau were both the lodgo and tho This statement was mado to Unime. And since then ! ing progress during Mnrch. The era- Into tho banking field." This Is also truo part of carefuliy considered plans versal Service by Dr. Adolf Loronz, The Amalgamated Bank and Trust greatly benefited. have been glad to praise dication ot tuberculosis under the society of young men ot reorganization. famous Vienna surgeon, when he re I comprehensive plan generally In- Company, which Is the product of tho of any club or reaching all members Cardul. It is the best and the plan ot lumed to Europe after astounding woman's tonic made' cludes a county as a unit and all the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of of a given organization and bringto magic ot bis skill. Weak women need a cattle In the county nro tested. Tho America, soon will open its doors or- ing them into the Lodge is one that Is RECOVERING FROM OF MEMORY America with tho LOSS "I feel and believe that the field tonic. Thousands and report shows that In States where the somo 40,000 members of the good results. have suggestive of much of surgery for children has advancthousands, like Mis. eradication work was concentrated In ganization In this city. It willand a Columbus, O., May 27. Bernlce ed In America far ahead of anything Simpson, have found a capitalization of $200,000 certain localities In anoffort to wlpo Ory-- - Reddlck, ward of tho we know In Europe. American docCardul of benefit toihem. out tho disease entlroly, a great many surplus of J100.000. Try Cardul lot your stato Bureau ot Jevenule Research, tors are clover, conscientious and F0R FLETCHER'S In addition to handling the funds more animals wore tested; tnan in who several months ago periodically thoro, and they aro aided by a moro 100 locals in Chicago, tho area plan Is not yet of moro than States where depository lapsed Into tle personality ot "Polly complete hygienic facility than we In m followed to any appreciable extent. the bank will be tho chief aged' 4," taking on all the charac- Europe. organization funds. UNITED .STATES QUO. ALL In the; ono month, Nebraska, work- for the national teristics ot a small child, Is suffi"I was amazed with the progress The national body has a membership ing on the area plan, tested 21,000 Lloyd George wants America at ciently recovered to bo placed on the American medicine has made slnco I cattle., A number ot other States of 150,000. DRUGGISTS because she state payroll, Dr. II. II. Goddard, was first there, nineteen years ago,' Sidney Hlllman, president of the the Genoa conference ?3e high records as a result of the for the purpose ot operating on Miss Bank here; W. O. would come free and disentangled. director of the bureau, said today. National Union i.K concentration of effort in a few coun- Thompson, of New York, and Peter And America doesn't want to go beBernlco hasn't changed to Polly Lollta Armour. Then American surties. During March, Michigan tested Goddard geons, looked to Paris, Vienna and tor sereral months, Dr. Chicago, will be among cause sho wants to stay that way. 19,817, head; New York. 13,07,6; Slssman, ofdirectors. said, Before she ceasd her occasion- - Berlin. Today It is Paris, Vienna Lite. the bank's Missouri, 12.Y99; Indiana, 11,933; GALLON US An-catt- le I - are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Dust-Expl- I one-thir- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., XXT STOCK. If You ' l. k. .uoa.Bie.uu,...u.... ....- - ,. T have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. J rn,i 1 ..- -.. ,,.0,i 1 i Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY I manu-rlcultur- i Why S Suffer? rjs MKi lews-Recor- d, i.Jm.v ''-ia so er 34 MS de 3 ce fp re-br- e, CARDUI The Woman's Xonk 2 S H H 5 2 Children CASTO R ' A s S ssatcK K fm r- - V 5aSHS2SSSSS52SHSH?a52SESHS2SlS?l'3 f - FINDS American FINLAND A FAIRYLAND' I m EMILY By'H.'LCrUiaRAYBOLD I 3 BOBBY'S "GIRL" By MALCOLM BROWN Traveler Hat Nothing but Praise for the People of the Northern Country. Illinois Central System Calls Attention to lift two. ey HcClore Nwppr Syndicate I nbove, Iwrw sick I get of fetta rMel" and Kmlly Richmond ifawseil In disgust m the crowded trol-(le- y rw lurched along tlie rnlls. "Week tfk. week out, morning nnd night OfejERlivs m sJrp or .wedged In others m wenry ns myself of itrw 4ally, deadly .round of monotony I" j 1&a licr 'brown eyes widened nnd frown llftofl ns the enr enme to a&ropt 3ifOt at the drawbridge nl E)s3y cwight n gllmpso of breakwater ?MBjj5aatinil flails on n fnr horizon. It Itom always that way on the ride to HrsiS Xroin flic olllco where Kmlly jHrauM aood money ns n skilled typist. (TlsiX 'iiwmcntnry sight of the sound taerjlit sit "Whatever wnndcrlust lived ffe.EmHy'fl heart. 4 And xhta morning when she was on XJmr tray to give a decided "No" to Te-f"Cnniani'a 'proposal that she shnre ttx asflary as nsslstnnt manager of Shram A Hastings, the company LTE&ma Bnrfiloyres they both were, tho ftftessa Wne waters particularly Oh, .to get away from It all I nfl sail and said fissS flown somewhere In Emily's rtaop tiny voice whispered: "Why fttenrs "srvw ie a clty-ralse- d cr Tbctjnnrplng of the trolley car over iffns nrfdjre .roused Kmlly to more than Jtoeze whClylng with the Interesting fpmpKsh'ion. Til do It!" she nil but xh2 jfloud. "Ill do that very thing I" i: TJoai teas how It happened that on fmut ptrtlculnr morning the olllce of JUitnas A Hastings was minus Its star jtep2n Nor did nny of the puzzled .ftmn plrture "Emily ns she actually iWa 'harcylng first of all to the bank r taint to theratIon; bending a wjessagc 'sr two ; buying a ticket to ant neighboring big city: nnd, ffaaSj- settling 3ack In the train with Hi laurreit cnagnzlnc, a box of choeo- Ettiw and a shrug of unconcerned ehiuiilcTs. Peter felt sure she was 111, .knit fcepc Impatient tabs on the clock yaniSa C twoii hour arrived nnd ho kraUiJ swlophone in privacy tp Emily's uat&2g Ixnise. J Then when lie did he turned white. '"3UXs TticTimond." said Emily's land-hul- s acidly, "had sent an expressman i'flur ftT trunks, with never n word at .On; tarwikfast tattle about her plans 1" 1 Eiffie lor TCmtly had become Interest-iCisk- x L.icr. A modest room In a irlol hotel; breakfast as lato as. a4s greased, and varied menu to tours 'curom from:; itJtrrac tlie simps; matinees and N -- tii - tele-jhtu- mod.-fera&- lght-seeln- g !KJniSy. Enrobe tlio flrst twinge of regret to to Shut Indoors through 'sxacre n tlist .Tfcwi. oddly enough, so lnconsequen-- " a. chtag ns n heavy downpour new suit she had p jn'iiJtefisr lavished half a month's us, she read steadily for several fcrrazs. Ttven Impulsively she threw ft3x tosai icrss the bed. Ers otc love I Was there write about? Wasn't there else worth while In the BT333s .ifcslce sal-'ac)ioth-tojEHi5- a thrifty In Pctrogrnd, Arthur Ituhl relates In "New Masters of the Baltic," he had handed over his bag'nnd overcoat to be checked. The functionary In charge The little, fashionably dressed womsmeared n groat label covered with an with the lorgnette looked hopelesss nnd uncanny paste on his suitcase, ami ly nt the long line of letter-boxe- s on either side of the door then proceeded to duplicate the operbefore she found the name. At last, ation by marking his coat In the snnte Dumfounded nt his protest with n little reckless gesture, she way. pressed the button. The hall door against sticking so much soviet grime clicked, nnd she began the long tramp on his good American clothes, the old gentleman finally agreed to stick the upstairs. When one calls at nn apartlabel on the hook. ment house one nlwnys finds the perThirty miles out from Pctrogrnd you son sought for on the top floor. ' At the hend of the fifth flight a door cross the Finnish border. Mr. Ituhl clicked open. Mrs. Van Leyden found stepped Into n station restaurant, de--1 herself looking Into the face of n posited n small coin In nn automat, young, woman. turned the crank, nnd out came the "Miss Fnrrell?" she asked. " best of coffee with cream and sugnr "Come In," replied the other shorton a neat metal tray. Ills luggage ly. She led her Into n gaudily furwas cured for as It would be in the nished room, In the middle of which, best American hotels. Instead of be- -' upon n hard, straight, furred Itusslans, there were dapper chair, sat a fat womnn In middle life, young men outside the station nnd evidently Miss Farrell's mother, for, chnrmlng young women Inside, ench except for the add?d years nnd emdressed In the Immaculate uniform of' bonpoint, the features were almost the Finnish waitress. "One went identical. Mrs. Van Leyden looked nt about," he says, "nibbling here nnd the daughter and at the mother nnd there ns n child in a drenm nibbles shuddered Involuntarily. from a castle made of chocolutc." "Mammal" said Miss Fnrrell. "Oh, nil right," said the stout worn-nOF COURSE SHE HEARD HIM! nnd, tnklng the paper which she had been reading, withdrew into an Anyway It Is a Mean Man Who Would inner room. Set Such a Trap for Hit "What can I do for you, Mrs. " "Van Leyden." said the lsltor. Better Half. A light of understnndlng came Into Miss Farrell's eyes. Hubby was reading nloud from the newspaper to his wife. Now and then "Not Bobby Van Leyden's mother?" she asked, apparently rriTich amused. he paused and asked n question, but 'lltobert Van Leyden Is my son," her replies lndlcnted that she wns not listening very closely. When" he reanswered the other quietly. "Then I guess I know what you've proached her she Indignantly retorted come for," retorted Miss Fnrrell. "Sit thnt she wns listening most Intently. down, won't you? Well, stand If you He continued reading for n few minprefer. You hnve heard thnt Hobby's utes nnd then seeing n loQk mashed on me nnd want to stop It In his wife's eyes he began to read as before It gets to the wedding bells? follows : Well, don't trouble about that." '"Last night, at nbout 2 o'clock In "I hnve no fear of thnt," 'said the the afternoon, n few minutes before visitor. breakfast, a hungry boy, nbout sixty "Some people," snid Miss Farrell, years old, bought an orange for a "think that If n womnn is on the dime, nnd threw It through concrete stage she doesn't amount to much. wall twenty feet thick. With a cry of a And that's where they guess wrong. despair, he Jumped Into a dry Why, if my Joe even heard of Bobbroke his arm nt the kneo Joint, by's notes he'd wring his neck." and wns burned alive. "You nre engaged then?" Inquired "'It was only ten years nfter, on the visitor, more gently. the same day nnd nt the same hour, "To the best mnn In the world," anthat a goat gave chase to six elephants e swered Miss Farrell, twirling a Just ns a high wind began to blow, upon her finger. "And for Joe's killing, three dead horses and a nlckle sake and perhaps for Bobby's girl, cigar that had Just come out of the though she'd be well rid of him, In hospital.' my opinion I'll do what I can." "There, what do you think of that?" "That's good of you." cried hubby, as he finished rending. "Will your husband take you to "I think it wns a splendid bnrgaln, the Imperial tomorrow night nt eleven dear," said his wife. "You had better if you nsk him?" Inquired the nctress. get half a dozen, ns your stock of "Of course he would. But what are shirts Is running low." London Anyou going to do?" swers. "Fix Master Bobby. Will you be C2S2SH5Hn2SH5HSH5H5?S225HSS5HStt Copyrlfht, 1031, Wttttrn Newtpper Union. push-buttonda'rk-halred , . ! velvet-covered far-awa- y mill-ponsoli-talr- The Careful Crossing Campaign Tho safety section of tho American nallwny Association has announced its "Cnreful Grossing Campaign" to be In progress from Juno 1 to September 30. In the past, these four months have been tho worst third, of tho year for motor vehiclo grade crossing accldints. In preparation for the campaign, the country has been covered with posters and stickers bearing a picture of n g scene, showing a locomotive In the net of striking an nutomohllo occupied by men, women nnd children. Above the picture nro these words In large lotters: "Cross Crossings Cautiously." grado-crowln- of The public will understand tho seriousness of this problem when It Is explained that the number motor vehicles registered In tho United States Increased from 1,033,096 In 1912 to 10,449,785" In There Is now one motor vehicle for every ton persons In tho United Spates. 1921. rate-maki- Some believe that It Is tho duty of the railroads to protect motor vehiclo users from their own carelessness by separating tho grades at crossings. Thero are 252,000 railway grade crossings In tlio States. It has been estimated thnt It would cost f 12,GOO,000,000 to ellminnto them, or United of the total value of tho railroads as established by tho Interstate Commerce Commission for g purposes. It will beseon, therefore, that elimination Is out of tho question, nt least for a long tlmo tp come. If the drivers of motor vehicles can bo educated to "Stop, Look and Listen" nt crossings, this will glvo the same rosult as tho expenditure of $12,600,000,000, so far as safety Is concerned. two-thlrgrade-crossin- ds Tho railroads have made splendid progress In reducing the number of accidents resulting In g to their passengers and employes. However, motor vehicle accidents havo, been steadily Increasing for years. These accidents nro caused almost entirely by tho negligence of motor vehiclo drivers, nnd for that reason .the efforts of the railroads to reduce them havo been unavailing. grade-crossin- ry During 1920 there- - were 3,012 automobiles struck on grade crossings. In theso accidents thero were 1,273 persons killed and 3,977 persons Injured. If the drivers of tho motor vehicles Involved In these accidents had "Stopped, Looked and Listened" nt the crossings, not ono of tho accldonts would have occurred. i 1 motor vehicle In the hands of close to the railway track and stopped A n careful driver is an agency for safety. In perfect safety differing from horse-dra- It can respect. bo driven up vehicles In that The Illinois Central System heartlyl approves the "Careful Crossing Campaign" of tho'safety secWe appeal to our patrons and friends nnd our employes to tion of the American Railway Association. , In every way posslblo to mako the campaign successful. , Wo want the public to know U3 and what wo stand for. Our motto Is "Service." By with our patrons we have found many ways in which wo can render them exceptional service, and our patrons,, in turn, have served us well. Constructive criticism and suggestion are invited. C. H. MARKHAM, President, Illinois Centrul System. there.?" "I will," den. nnswered Mrs. Van Leyn Lightning Flashes. No doubt lightning flashes vary In thickness, but one photogrnphed re- In a frenzy of fear nnd thnt Sirs. Van Leyden took her place opposite her husband nt the Imperial supper table the next evening. Suddenly she started. Bobby was It was cently was estimated from the size of the trace It left on a photograph and the distance of the tower It struck from the camera, to be only of an inch. one-fift- h and Emily, driven by out Into the storm, took reteart from the penetrating chill of 't&pviy rain ta a huge moving picture pillar's. Settling down In the all but allantoic; darkness, she gave herself up1 tr ws&tfilng, at flrst thn, tveOi more Interest the picture on ttiBjasven. Strange to say, there was last: a. scmlnder of Peter In the Xhsurd though It was, un-d- r i2 clrcunistBTces Emily's heart limit a. tsMln faster. the plot thlck-n- S aag and at last the Iiermne snellell Into the Peter-llkHrjnr sxms. 'Enllly lieaved a tiny sigh. AK risaa arwment, out of the dark-mse- c at licr aide, n masculine' hand Cniifc 'vtfd nt her nrm. E. a Hash Kmlly leaped to her ftwti, TW!sed past tlio unpardonnbly tbjjfmliai: swoon at her side with nwKwrti glance, and rushed out In the rahi Tim she drew n long breath. ShtJba11wnraior strangers attempting .I tnu'U. Burltlarltles, hut had never mch things could happen to her. fniCKrcmild have been there! Hut only to lone women that u tinm it tttlnx if that sort occurred. Suddenly yc!S Kraifs ".--i filled. That was what niH- ssrs3i tnc woman In a strange vitry" --Veil there enmc to Emily a longing ftn-nliSlagj- - old olllce, with Jim the uUTx oy lounging outside the rail, untt EVster vorklng away at his desk uvx in the vomer, nnd her typewriter Hfffis thw. Woik and companionship . wye, ifly were woith more than alatsfur.j; tours nnd loneliness, moving pirr.ares.a'nd uiipiotcctcdness! 'VX any, 'Emily, I didn't mean wIum iJtoQclied you In there " -- PfctT-"' Emily could not believe Iut irs nor yet her eyes, ulthough uurry this man at her side was the una. jJbe hadn't wniitod to marry. "Wes, (dear," said Peter shame-fittceatlere I am. 1 hunted up tli expressman who took your trunk wuC iraceiiiyun to the city and found yuui' jiame on .the hotel register. And St;, jpethjps I wv--is unpardonably curl-cuaIhu: 'ulKin 3u realize It was Today I fl love you, Kmlly mdsofHd you Into the theater and irnr is wiille got u seat at your side, iiltS odtfh & kept my head turned so iu ivoUld not recognize me. Then at tint tna your sigh was too much for kk. 'Oh, :Eintly, when arc you coming A riJRwr Jtilcur later, Iwdojn o sup-riiH- - n- j: c, be-'ca- .u 1 through KwUtVi. "".When Is the next train, riHirrf lie wkefl, JhuskUy. Kiuily bwtJo t37" ialiipd iter unu But was this Bobby, who took a BETHEL. seat ot the supper table this Immaculately attired young man who The Tarmers of this community are sat down at the farthest table, half very busy settlug tobacco and planthidden under the palms? And this hnng-dolook In his eyes she had ing corn. never seen that before. And the Sunday school at, the Chapel Is prowoman with him ! gressing nicely. A stout, middle-agewoman of Rev. Hecks filled vhls. regular apforty-fiv- e or so, with n huge red hat pointment at Hamlin's Chapel Sunfrom which depended five pink os- day. ' trich plumes, a yellow evening gown Mr. nichard McDowell, who has bows, n pair of trimmed with violet short, black gloves, a vapid smile, been ill for some time, Is Improving, and an umbrella! Mrs. Albert Mosley Is very 111 of It was Miss Farrell's mother. malaria. .And suddenly she' understood. "Say, Madge, I don't know what Mr. Charlie Hawkins has gone to your game was, but It was the dullest Akron, Ohio, where he has a position evening I ever spent," complained with tho Goodrich Rubber Company. Mrs. Farrell as she got home, weary Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thompson, of and cross, at one o'clock. "I fooled Simmons, Mis. J. R. Carter of Centhat young fellow all right anybody r, He thought I was tral City, Mr. and Mrs. Barnle Hock-ecould fool him. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bishop and you all along. But what's the game?" "Oh, Just pllrt of the week's work, Miss Artie Tatum of .Goshen", were ma," answered her daughter wearily. the guests of Mr." and Mrs. Luney Maples, Saturday night and Sunday. Intelligent Help. Mrs. Estell Stewan and- children, Entering her sitting room one eve- of Bucknell, Ind., spent a few days ning recently a suburban resident be- this we'ek with Mrs. Stewart's slater-In-laheld one of her windov curtains Mrs. Frank Maples and Mr. ablaze from hnvlng come In contuet Maples. with the gas Jet. She called to the Mrs. Edna Tatum spent Sunday cook to bring n dlslipnn of water In a with Mrs. Alice Harrel. hurry, but that lady did not arrive on Mr. and Mrs. John Mllburn ot Victhe scene until after the man of the house had rushed In, torn down the tory, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs curtain nnd stamped out the flame. James Daniel, of this place. "Why didn't you hurry?" they asked Mrs. Boh Mllburu Is 111 at this the cook, reproachfully. "Hurry?" she writing. repented, "Wasn't I hurryln' us fust Mrs. Minerva Harrel Is very 111, ns I could? I had hot water In the ng-" get some Incident to old age. dNipnn to throw out nnd Mrs. Thatch PIckerell Is spending cold water. You didn't want me to come In and throw hot water on the this week with her grandparents, at I noticed In tho Republican where fire and make It worse, did you?" Prentiss. Mut Hunter was In Louisville the oth. er Sunday. I was mighty sorry I did HOUSE BRANCH. The Spanish Main. not get to see htm, for It Is Just a The Spanish Main Is the name apvicinity are busy gambler's chance If a stranger stumFarmers In this plied to the wutcrs along the coast bles on to tho places where they sell of South America, formerly so culled setting tobacco. uecuufcc frequented by Spanish esscls been the the best moonshine. Miss Kate DoIIart has und somewhat under the Jurisdiction guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles s I am coming down during the of Spain. The name was popularly past of B.eaver Dam, for-th- e given by English voyagers during the to got out nn Issuo or two of Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries wook. Republican while Fluke goes to-Mr. Wavy StClalr Is the guest ot the to the north coast of South America the seashore, and I will appreciate between the Orinoco river and the friends at Rockport. purchased a all my friends coming In to see me Isthmus of Durlen (now the Isthmus Mr. John Phelps has 'and bringing me some1 tobacco. If It of Puiiumu) and ulso to the Spanish now Ford. provinces of Centrul America borderIs visiting his Is not convenient for nny of them to Mr. Wade. Dellart by ing on the Caribbean sea. The exAnnabel Spencer, of Ne- come In they can send the tobacco "Spanish Main" also Is used sister, Mrs. pression parcel post. to denote the Caribbean seu Itself, vada, Missouri. There will be. an unveiling at the especially In connection with the Missus McPheag says she notices who Infested thoso waters. Leach burying grounds, near Itoslne, a decided Improvement in Buddy's g d honest-to-goodness j slnco he heard tho Adventlst OIjATON. world's end was coming in 1925. She says he has cut Miss Satlra Payton camo home his drinks of moonshine down to nine While the light holds out to burn or ten a day and has almost entirely Saturday from a four months visit In Oklahoma. as t the roldsst sinner may return, quit cussing at the table. Lewis Martin has n substitute run Amos Carson has so recently deon the M. H. and E. as mall clerk, monstrated. John Moore asked me this morning this week. why Fluke and mo never say anything Mr. and Mrs. John Stone returned John Moore and me saved fluite about Bat Nail any more. I told him from Indianapolis, Monday, whero a nice sum of money the past two It was all Fluke's fault; that he they have been visiting their daughweeks by not betting on the races. would not say anything about Bat ter, Mrs. Verdle Allen. himself and blue penciled everything Mr. Rowo Cooke, ot near Select, A Paducah friend was telling me I said about him, and that I guessed visited his brother, Mr. Ray Cook, at the other day how the people of the Bat had got so durned tritlln' that he Pennyrlle capital wer shocked re- wasn't worth mentioning. But hold this place, Friday. MfT Essie Miller and wife. cently by a sudden and violent rise of the fort, I'm coming! liSpring Lick visited relatives hare In the price of . 4 Sunday. quor. I asked him when the rise ocTAFFY and, Just as I expected. It was Miss Tina May Daniel of Beaver curred Immediately after Alec Porter miDam, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. Clarence Patton and wife visgrated to that town. But I did not ited Mrs. Patton's parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Daniel, this week. give Alec away. Rev. J. L. Dellart filled his regular Mrs. Shown, at Beda, Saturday night appointment hero Sunday. and Sunday. There will be a Sunday School ConThat River Side bunch may be Miss Opal Funk spent Sunday and and a hit night with her uncle, Ira D. Funk and vention with dinner on the ground, uncertain of arm and a little unstea- Mrs. Funk. at Cane Run, the 3rd Sunday In June. dy of leg, but they e'vldently.are GodMiss Hattlo May Is at home nfter There will be a "Mothers' and citizens, othfearing and ten days visit with relatives In BeaFathers' Day" exercise at the Baptist Dam1. mobbed Church erwise they would have Second Sunday In June. All ver Sulphur Springs ball team heat the Fluke for reporting that Morgantown day services. Bring your lunch and 'i game. come help make the day ono to bo re- Olaton boys Sunday, by the scoro of 10 to 9. membered. I romarked to tho Madam Saturday Patterson and Stone will havo a Mr. Elvis Fu.ik motored over from night that there was- little wonder Bowling Green Sunday, bringing his dance and lcocrcnm supper here Satthere was so much poverty In the slste.rs, Mrs. W. P. Hoagland and Mrs. urday night. land, mentioning as an Instance ot Mr. Frank St. Clair of McIIenry, Roscoa Balrd, who had been visiting foolish extravlgance ha't I had seen nt place for tho past week. Mr7 was In this vicinity Sunday. that an eight dollar a week elevator girl Mr. SJoy Glvens and wife, of Browhome, lu the afterFunk wearing a silk dress nt her work. noon. returned nie, vslted Mrs. Glvens' parents, at ,;'Why," said she I'lhat's nothing, Miss Cova Kirk spent Saturday this place, Sunday. The colored woman who does our night and Sunday, the guest of Miss Rev. T. J. Acton nnd wife of Routo notffled me this 1, were guests of J. W. Meyers, Tueshouso cleaning Carrie Lake. morning that hereafter she would Sunday School and singing is pro- day. have to come altornating weeks on gressing nicely at Union Grove. Mr. E. L. Cooper of Princeton, Ind. Is spending a ten-da- y Friday, as sho had to go to her hair vacation with A. W. May and family. dresser every other Saturday morni(By I. D. Claire.) BEADS ODDLY STRUNG morals preachr say the , rs law-abidi- - v3i HjyuijrfjnjrrrTf m;7rrrftirnTfT - QUESTIONS and Bible Answers If Parents will ncourtn children to look up and memoriiothejBibU Arwweri, ft will prove pncciou benuma to uicra in vier years. IlOXIl MARKET Do-Ha- rt, dog-day- Liberty 99.98 Liberty 1st 4s 100.00 lanmigjTiTciirj Liberty 2d 4s 100.00 Liberty 1st 4 Us 100.00 How did God expross his Intluito Liberty 2d 4 V4 s 100.00 Liberty 3d 4 Us Love? John 3:16. 100.00 100,00 What Is said In tho verses of Liberty 4th 4 Us . v. . . . .' Scripture that are carved on the tomb Victory 100.04 John 11; Victory of Goorgo Washington? The above quotations do not In25,29. Which is tho First Commandment? clude accrued Interest which is added from date of previous coupon payExodus 20:3 What did David say to Solomon his ment to date of sale. son 1 Chron.28:9. What does Solomon say is tho beginning of wisdom? Proverbs 1:7, 3s 3s 4s buc-cauee-rs June4tU, Which is tho Socond Commandment? Exodus ,20:4-6. QAS.IORIA e -- Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S V.