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DC MONTHS 81
THREE MONTHS 4t
Pspers going into the 4th ton and
farther, not accepted tor leea than 1
rear at 1.76
already "gone ' down Justified."
Within three weeka of hla inaugura
tion , President Harding, baa already
adopted five of the moat Important
features of hla predecessor's foreign
policy via: in regard to the Allied
mandates, the retention of the
American forcea lit Germany, Mexl-
GlRli, HAIR I!f WHEELS,
PLEADS NOT TO CUT IT
Burlington, N. J., March II.
Refusing to permit companions to
cut her hair when the atranda be
came canght in ' the wheela of a
ahafting abore a loom ahe waa
co, the Island of Tap and the Col-! operating in a silk mill,' Miss Emma
omblan treaty. The man Wilson Hoffman, 19 years old, hang sns
may be. in retirement, bnt hla la-jpended while rescuera tried to 'ex
bors and spirit are Immortal. He tract the hair nntll the scalp waa
as truly gave himself for his coon- tore loose.
try as anj hero of the trenchea. Hej Other young women workera faint
gave i what he bad. of intellect and. ed. Retaining conaclousnesa despite
health for me, and for each of yon. her suffering. Miss Hoffman pleaded
"Greater love bath no man than with fellow employes not to cut her
that be lay down his life for bis , balr and they supported ber weight
Local Advertising. lOo per Una for
the first insertion and tc per line
for each Insertion thereafter
dates for Display Advertising made
known on application.
ford of 'hanks, resolution of re
apect, obituaries, etc, lc per vori
straight. Obituary poetry, le per
word. Tbla rale invariable.
I oe new Administration has at
least one definite policy, Judging
from th President's selections for
members of the Tariff Commission.
And btrange to say it was not bor
rowed from the Democrats, but the
truth is it is u r-ariy heirloom,
handed down from tie good old
Htand-iut days cf Mark Kanna and
"Boss" Quay. Now that tin high
priest of the High Tariff cult is a
ai:r officiating in toe Temp's of Pro
lection at Wuh:ngton, there is no
further n-e-l of ::n unbiased and
cient:f,c sijdy of the question of
foreign trade and tariffs. Our
"infant industries, noaietimea call
ed rf tt;e untutored? orlilngman,
"big interests," know what they
wai;l and how to gt it. Conse
quently the Tariff B.v.r.l is being
la':k:d with hid-bo-jsid advocates
of tno highest protection. One of
the ai'Pointeea ;B rtAnry of th
SO-uilied Ko.-ne Mr'ii!t Cj-jo-which
advocates acl-jiM nf a-1 foreien-
mado goo;s from American mar
kets. Another is the jire!dnt of a
higti-t.ir;ff organizatioa. appears
to be either tiie L'g,n.i;n of our
return ta the Airtrfcri tariff or an
ffort to km the Tariff Commission
while extracting it strand by strand
from the pulley.
TWO WOMEN THROWN TO A physician later found it neces
DKATH IN SALT RIVER sary to remove more of the hair to
stitch back the skin and aave about
Harodsburg, Ky.. March 20. twenty square Inches of scalp, but
Mrs. R. S. Mayes, 65 years bid, and be believes the wealth of tresses will
Miss' Mabel Lyons, ' 22, Kirkwood, not be permanently curtailed,
this county, were instantly killed
when a horse they were driving to THOMAS BROOK FLETCHER
a buggy became frightened at a
DELIVERS ADDRESS HERB
train, backed over a twenty-foot!
embankment Into Salt River at ThoaM Brooks Fletcher, dellver
Bondville and fell on top of tbem.' ,ecture at ,ne Bonool .uditor.
A 7-year-old boy, the grandson of ,urn ,agt Thur8da, nfght. Tn)i wa,
Mrs. Mayes, escaped by Jumping. the numher of fhft veflm
The bodies of the women were cour8e. W, Fletcher is editor of
lyiEg partly covered by water whenthe ohlo Trlullne, Marion. O.. and a
ttoh who witnessed the tragedy cbatauaua lecturer of many years
reached them. Miss Lyons suffered experience. In an address two
a broken neck &nd both women ,,.. id,k , y.-, , ,..
T V Q SIB H.IISJWU U UVtU UIO HUUI
were severely cut and bruised.
ence in rapt attention. The lecture
me women were returning uome . tn b , delvered here in re
fr-:a .4 visit at Salvina. When they cent yearg
r.-c.je., me narrow sir.p oi me The ,yceum courge v..
Sw-jut idill Road between the river b(.en fa obove tl)e averagei and lt
rn-l the railroad at Bondville the'i. ,n ha ,,,
horse bncnme frightened.
Mr. Mayes was tbe widow of R.
G. Mayes and the stepmother of De
puty sheriff Oscar Mayes, Ander
son :o,inty. ' Miss Lyons was the
dajghter of John Lyons, farmer.
The bodies were taken to -their re
H 'tive homes.
I.A'K OK KI NDS MAT KTOI
IlAWSON HOSPITAL WORK
From some of our L-rigiiboring
towns and cjtien we hear erkns of
rolled tnd muKhd rg-jintora and
volunteer enforcers of the law.
w i. .
t u-.h urKaajraiiODB s,?r.T ia tome
:ans to have hegjB from philaa
thrnplc or rt-ligioos inotivt-g. s
others became of .ie o'oreiiction of
local crEcerB in the euforcemnt of
tho law Tin motives in all casts
eem to be wortty, but the methods
purHued are dasgerouti. "JV'by must
their ttforts te secret and their
operations apparently without the
pale of the law. The :.ge of the Ku
Kins Xian haw aarely pafcBed in Ken
tucky. Hui.h orgniiations are only
unotner manijer.tation of the mob
npirit. Civiliartion upenti8 upon law
for jui.t-cu and j.rotctioa. We have
good Jawt; let toem he -enforced.
I'iie l..)t.i nerv.ee t-pod c;ens can
reader their homrt. ot-ium Juity as
veil ixi the State '.imd the Nation is
to really, fiincerely and openly co
operate wjth the othcials in con
unrviiiK the pjciic weal, fnttad of
orgiiniiing 'ii uecrot, white-cap
"puMij-foot iiE ' committee- in e.
cry blocs. " .
"w.aKhington. March 19. A plan
to s-jspend construction of wooden
l-rildings at the Dawson Springs
Qjvernment Hospital until Congress
ap;r.imtes additional funds for
the erection of permanent fireproof
ii.::i-3)ngs will be presented to- the
Secretary of the Treasury within I
few days. Representative John W
Langiey Kentucky, chairman of tbe
Public Buildings and Grounds Cora
mittoe, was informed.
. The chief architect of tbe depart
ment 1 assembling data to be sub
mitted to tbe Secretary when the
matter is sent to him for approval.
Representative D. H. Kincbeloe,
Second Kentucky District, urged of
ficials of the Treasury to bait tbe
construction of wooden buildings
until tbe additional funds could be
C'AMTP TAYLOR AUCTION
TO BKUIN ON APRIL 25
The aitiut of '.Jovernor Morrow
in rtiuiovii from office the Wood
ford County Jailer who, apparent
ly without adequate remittance, per
mitted a pnnoner y be taken from
his cuntody ly a moo at Versailles
on Kunday uioraing, tbe 13tb. Inst.,
should uitrjt -with the hearty approv
al ftf luu,-b .1 : v....
u'j EiuT.uie .unccr wnich tbe Gov-'.
eruor acted was., panned to give ef-l
LoBisville, Ky., March 20 Tbe
auction of Camp Zachary Taylor
will begin Monday, April 25, and
continue thereafter until all the
nd, buildings and contents of
holdings have been sold, it was an-
nojn:ed here. Bidders are expect
ed from all parts of the country.
T)ere will be about 40,000 separate
The properties to be disposed of
cohit of about 2,000 acres of land,
2.60$ buildings of various dimensi
ons, hollers, motors, beating plants
a.v) til jmbes'a supplies.
of Hurtford did not accept the op
portunity of being present at all the
Having secured permission of tbe
owners of the vacant lots across tbe
street from the north aide of the
court house, the Civic Welfare Com;
mittee is having that space made
In top park. On old cellar has been
partly filled with dirt and will be
made into a lilly pond, tbe Ken
tucky Light and Power Co. having
consented to supply running water
for tbe purpose; The lots are be
ing cleaned up, flower beds will be
arranged and seats provided for the
park. This project If successful
will add greatly to the beauty and
attractiveness of tbe city. . .
CHANGE IN IDEAL
Since setting the ad of the Ideal
Theater on local page we have re
ceived the following change: Thurs
day night March 24, Buck Jones in
"Square Shooter." This is Buck
Jones' first appearance here, don'
fail to see bim. Saturday night
March 26 instead of Tom Mix
Pearl White will appear in "Know
Your Man" Also good comedy each
HASH TAX COMMISSION-
JOHN . SOUTH TO
BE MINISTER TO PANAMA
The place pays $10,-
louisville, Ky., March 20. A
Louisville Post dispatch from Wash
"Ir. John G. South, of Prank-
ts minister to Panama. He
feot te an AwSiilinent to the Rfe 1 -,.' " " . ' " I Hartford
. .i .'jvj.Me, ny
i.j.uu, uuu ,D carrying OUJ ' ,)Qn
the exprthsed wiil' of the people h I
only did h s duty. The facts of this
tana or of any inmance of the over
riding of contituted authority by
mob law are immaterial. It is tbe
tT.,.1 M n IN In :..nl.J ha .. ...
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nails. FRED ROBERTSON,
Kif Hartford, Ky.
Among those who have received
certificates entitling them to make
the rare for County Tax Commis
sioner as a result of the examination
held here, March 14, are Clarence
Patton, D. E. Ward, Roy P. Keown
and W. C. Blankensblp. There are
no doubt others who were success'
ful but we could not get in touch
with them before going to press.'
' "' .;
Willie Carter, age 23, Centertown
to Lillian May Brown, age 20, Cen
Arlie Midkiff age it, Hartford,
to Annie Day, age 17, Narrows, R.
Bennie Baize, age 22 Hartford, to
Katie Babbitt, age 18, Narrow!.
8ivester Clark, age 43, Hartford
lit. 4. to Katie Bell Travis, age 30,
1-OnT STRAYED OR STOLEN
RESIDENCE CONSUMED; BUT
HOUSEHOLD GOODS SAVED
pornonw are punithed by lynch law.
but when too late it is frequently
proved that many others are the
victim of prejudice,, nasslon and
personal hatred'. Much could be
done to discourage such d.'urra.-,
The residence of Mr. J. B. Mont
-He black tan gyp hound; one , gomery. near Centertown. was con-
,yearold; white Jbpot on left fore , sumed by lire recently. A good por
tion of tbe household goods waa sav
The following deals have been
mnde by Hartford parties this week:
A. C. Porter purchased residence of
to our fair -omwon wealth by a John Sell on Frederics street; John
ed. The Are seems to have originated
from a defective Hum. The loss Is es
timated at $1200, and was Insured
. Mr. Alex Carson, of No Creek,
who has been ill for some time be
Hln. ere co-oj eration of the J Bell purchase,! residence of Qeorge 1 CBln8 considerably better about two
vouiib anu ine Better clau of eiti- J onntion on Union street: 8.
xniis in the meting -out of Justice, Bratcher purchased some
but there can be no extenuation of. John Bell in Rosedale.
tbe conduct of un officer who oSersj --
no resistance to the perpetration of, George 8. Wilson, one of Owens
such an outrage on Justice. j two's leading attorneys-visited this
- i uujc wmis in narwora, last wees.
"Why I it that, the partan He is making tbe race for Circuit
"ueniles of Woocrow Wilson hat Judge In th district composed of
bim so? Even Jn b s Cdfat and Ohio, Davtesa, McLean and Hancock.
uiness. uuy lUna-. .-. ..n , gett- aal will aa.o.nre through tbla pap-(conferred on one candidate,
-wu" u n just. i5u-o naa r at an early date.
weeks ago, but bis condition has
become worse within the past few
days and he is not expected to recover.
Hartford Lodg No. 675 P. A A.
M. held ll regular bi-monthly meet
ing, Monday night. Several business
and routine matters were attended
to, after which tbe E. A. degree wa
i A. Wesurfiuld conferred this work.
BEAVER DAM, KY.
' We take this opportunity to inform our customers, who
have been so loyal to us the past six'years, that we have moved
to the E. P. Barnes & Bros building, where we have more
room and are prepared to give you much better service than
we have been giving you, and ask you for a continuance of
To the many customers of E. P. Barnes & Bro-, we kind
ly ask you to come and look at our line' of merchandise before
placing your business with any one else. We know that we
can supply your needs aswell as any one in the county. We
would certainly appreciate your getting in a look.
We have a complete line of merchandise, consisting of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents Ready-to-Wear, and
a full line of Furniture.
Miss Mary Beeler has charge of our Millinery Depart
ment. She will be delighted to show you the nice selections
she has made. We have the most complete line of Millinery
that has ever been shown in Beaver Dam.
Again we thank you for your patronage, and hope for a
continuance of same.
Beaver Dam, Ky.
1 v -
rISIT Atlantic City in Louisville.
iyij"y i ocean view and sandy beach,
its gaetics and amusements.
The great expanse of tbe Armory will be
transformed into a replica, f the iku--iooablo
seaside city, with its endlena
variety of entertaimuwjt, its fashion
shop and hotel, its beautiful beach and
m-ean view and iu world famous board
walk with It fasbloa parade of beautiful
Tha style show feature of the espusHion
will hold an eMjieclal attraction for wom
en. Twice daily the fairest f models
will proiueuude the board wulk, delay
ing the newest spring rarment from ,
America's and Europe's greuteHt 'fuahlou
auopa, while varied entertainment fea
tures and high cluss vaudeville will mak
eguauy attractive for men
That iiiuuiliil S. .
vjim tvLur proruiu wu
C-::JviIL FIRST T7 CMCZXS
. Auspice Louisville Retail Merchants' Association.