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JOHN EMERY FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P .Foreman, ANNOUNCES CAMPAIGN Indianapolis, Ind Juno 14. John Shorlff Ilratcher, together with Rov. T. T. Frazler performing tho 0. Emery of Grand Rapids, Mich., Deputies Tlchonor, Johnson and Crow ceremony. Miss Foroman has boon attending was unanimously elected national went to tho nld of Sheriff Lylo, of the local High School for tho past Declares War On All Type3 commander of th American Legion Muhlonborg county last Thursday at a meeting of. the Nni'onol Excc.u-tlv- o and captured the largest still two years and was ono of Hartford's Of Bolshevism In IIu succeeds yet to bo found In this or ndjolning finest young ladles. Conuulttcn today America Mr. Wydlck wno formorally assist Col. Frederick W. Galbralth, Jr., who counties. wns killed In nn automobile accident The still had been oporatlng In ant agont at tho local L. & N. depot horo Inst Thu.Tm.y. Muhlenberg county and turning tho and mado a wldo clrclo of friends Lexington, Ky Juno 13. RadiFol'owlng his election Commnndcr whlto Julco ovor to tho Inhabitants whllo hero. At present ho Is In similar work at Earllng- calism In every form will bo ed Emery announced he would fill tho of said county and Sheriff Lylo hav by the bureau of education spcnklng dntos arranged by tho Into ing mado the work too hot for them, ton. Tho young couple left nt onco on a thru a campaign of "AmericanizaMr. Galbralth so fnr as possible Mr. (succeeded In driving tho still nnd Its Galbralth was killed in an nutomo- - operators ovor into this county. He honeymoon trip to Chicago and Ash- tion" to bo conducted In th'o schools j)ovcr bile accident Inst wool; while on his was not satisfied with that but track- ley, III., nnd other points in tho thruout tho country, Dr John T. vVs a substitute for tho Knox reso United States commissioner of. Mrs. Orn "E. Maddox died nt tho way to catch a train to begin a speak-- , cd tho still down nnd sent for south. They will mako their homo lution, already passed hy tho Sonntu, homo of hor daughter, Mrs. E. E. Ing tour In tho lrtctost ot tho Lo- -j Sheriff Bratcher to coino and mnko In Earllngton. education, declared In an address Tcpi'.iinij; the declaration of war, It llrown, nt LIvcrinoro last Sunday. glon. Tho Ropubllcan wishes them a hap- hero today. Ho also announced that the raid. The still was located at was put thru, 305 to 01 ns a Hopub- - Mrs. Maddox was slxty-on- o a campaign for tho spreading ot "vispy and successful married life. years of Thomas J. Hennlngan of Hartford iKincheloe's Illuff on Green Ivor. llcan inoiuuro with tho loss of only age nnd was the widow of Lowls Mad- City, Conn., was elected ual education" thru the use ot moA com-- 1 Tho boiler to the still had a ono Republican tion pictures would be started at vote Kclloy, of dox who preceded her In (loath some succeeding Mr. Emery In city of about fifty gallons and tho MISS LLOYD TO UK GUEST Forty-nln- o ftkhlgtin. Domocrats twonty years. Sho wns a member that position. OF HA11TFOD LODGE onco. jcoppor worm' was sixty feet long. Dr. Tlgort was speaking this afJoined in tho landslldo. of tho Hartford Unptlst Church and Mnj. John Garfield Emory, nation- - Four hundred and fifty gallons of First throwing out, on n point of wnB a faithful nnd loved mombcr. al commander of tho American Le- - mash were found nearby. It show- Hartford Lodgo No. G7G will have ternoon at a luncheon given In his ordor, a motion by Koprosentntlvo Hor donth camo as a blow to her gion to succeed Col. W. led slgnc of recent operation but an open session next Monday night honor by civic clubs and the Lexing Flood. Democrat, Virginia, to sond many friends, for she was in good Gnlbrnlth, Jr., saw much of tho jnono of tho" white liquor was found after tho regular business has been ton Board of Commerce. Ho camo tho rttolutIou hack to committee with health until her last Illness. transacted, to which all Masons and here to wind up his connection with lighting that tho American troops nor were any arrests made. Instructions to report a suhstltuto retheir families are Invited. Tho open tho department of psychology of tho Funoral sorvlccs were hold by Rev. participated In during tho World University of Kentucky, of which ho questing tho 1'resldont to negotiate Russel Walker, nt West l'rovldcnco Wnr. session will begin at 8:30. JERKY TILKORD DEAD. with tho cnomy countries for a trea- Church Monday ovonlngf Miss Katie Leo Lloyd, who has was head until his appointment as Tho reMajor Emory entered tho second ty of peace, tho House voted down, mains woro laid to rc3t at tho West officers' training camp at Fort Sheri- been adopted by the fourteen Ohio Commissioner of education. Ho will Mr. Jerry Tllford died at his homo 2G4 to 112, another recommitting l'rovldcnco cemetery. dnn, August 1917. After finish- - in Fordsvllle early Wednesday morn- - j County lodge's will be the guest of receive the degree ot doctor of laws proposal relating to disarmament. honor :td tho local lodso !s anxioue at the annual commencement exerMrs. Maddox Is survived by two ing mo courso no was commissioneu past tho age cises of the university on Wednesday, There was no dehato on tho latter daughters, Mrs. Ellis Foster ot Hart-fof- il a Captain of Infantry and sent to nRi JIr. Tllford was given a royal '.velromc of seventy, years and has spent his that she be motion, which provided for nn Miss Lloyd has completed tho being tho only man other than govand Mrs. E. E. llrown, of Liver-mor- e, Franco with tho first group of Am- - entire life in this county. Heart amondmont to thu pending measure, school at the Masonic Homo, to which ernors of tho state to bo so honored one sister, Mrs. J. W. Loney of ericans. He at first was assigned to faiu,.0 is sal,i t0 navo causej i3 rosonlng tho right under tho treaty Mcllonry, ono place she was sent from tho A. G. In the history of tho Institution. Gov. r, Mrs. Luther tho Rallwny Transportation office nt death. of Versailles "to enter Into an agree- Render of Beaver Dam and two half Ulols. Franco, and remained there un- Hodges Lodge of Whitesvllle, and Edwin P. Morrow also will recelvo i,as boon a conductor nn thn ment with Germany and her allies brothers, .Mr. A. L. Maddox, of Rock-po- rt til February 20, 1018. Later ho at- - Toxa8 tho Ohio County lodges have adopted the degree. branch of the Louisville and powers associated with tho And tho Sees Danger to 'Country. her and will give her a Hign School and Rev. Otis Maddox who has tended tho first corps school at Nashville railroad for over thirty j education 1'nlted States In the war for joint been doing missionary work In Brazil. Gondrecourt until March 24. whon years. "There is a serious situation facHe haa been a member of tho ing this country today," said Dr. disarmament." The Ropubllcan extends Its sympa- he took charge of Company F., 18th Masonic Lodge for near fiftv years. Tlgert, speaking of his plan for an DEAF-MUTDcmorrutlc .Minority ('nimble. thies to tho family in tho loss of Infantry, First Brigade, First Dl- - He had a wide clrclo of friends and F.LIXH AS "There, p tho loved one. IIOHO, RIDES 80 MILES Americanization campaign. Tho effort of tho Democratic vision. his loss will be keenly felt by all who are persons in this country who aro Ho participated In all the major knew him. to hold tho party in lino and rovolu- OTIS HOWARD HOME Louisa. Kv.. Juno 14. Ttlllin scattering actions with his regiment In 101S, at ngalnst the resolution failed, nnd tho Bealdes hia widow, Mr. Tllford designed to tear tIonary Cantigny In April, May and June; at loaves ono son, Paul Tllford, of Lou-S- t. Bowo. an inmato ot tho County In- minority crumbled on roll call. Tho government. Just how Mr. Otis Howard, who graduated Mlliiel In September; and In the isville, and ono daughter, Mrs. Clar- - firmary, Wayno County, West Vir- down our crack of tho gravel, ending two solid serious this situation Is may be scon, o ginia, across tho Big Sandy River days, of debntc, which leaders agreed from tho College of Engineering at offensive In Septem- - onCe DeWeese of Lexington in tho fact that at tho last election had not changed ono vote, brought a tho University of Kentucky this year, her and October. Ho was commls- -, Funeral services wero conducted trom hero, Is deaf, dumb and blind, arrived home yesterday to spend sev- sloiicd aMaJor of Infantry August 30 'at tho Mt. Pleasant Baptist church, but his afflictions do not weigh hea- they cast 912,000 votes. algh of relief to weary members. "Tho first move In the campaign Springing a surprise at tho last eral days with his parents, Mr. and 191S In Fordsvllls,-yesterdaafternoon by vily on him. of Americanization will bo thru lecEscaping from the Institution, tho On October 9, 1918, during the Ar- - tho Masonic Jnomuit, Chairman l'ortor of tho For- Mrs. Charlie Howard. Mr. Howard fraternity. The showing was mains wero Interred In tho cemetery other dav. hn wnlkod thrrux mlloa tn tures thruout the country eign Affairs Conunlttco, in chnrgo of will go from here to the Great Lakes Emery drive, Major tho fallacy of Socialism, Communism, Wayne, boarded a freight train and tho fight, presented Representative where ho goes on a two weeks' wounded In the left arm and was in- -j nearby. rodo tho rods to Williamstown, W. Bolshevism and kindred teachings. q- Jlourko Cockran, Democrat, Now cruise with tho U, S. Naval Reserve. vnlldcd home, being discharged at anse,ri Va., a distance ot eighty miles with-- , Wo arf s,olnB t0 make "se iYork, to mako tho closing argument Mr. Howard holds an Ensign's Com- Camp Custer. Soon after his roturn: CALEB POWERS' Dr- - Newell often passago of the resolution. There mission and must spend two weeks to Grand Rapids ho was elected a lor WIFE LOSES SUIT out mishap I Ho was taken Into custody there Hlll,s' pastor foP'ym0UAth 3iad been talk during tho day that Mr. each year In active sorvlco to keep In member ot tho Grand Rapids City on -- ,i -- Q t Brooklyn, . ... .a 'would not bo found In line trim shape. As soon nn ho returns Commission, a position ho has held Cockran Washlngton, June 14 Tho suit ... . .. i Thesa lectures soon will be ready for was giau 10 get oacK, nowever, " with his party, but puling him for from the cruise ho will tnko up per slnco that tlmo. Before entering tho for limited divorce brought by Mrs, ,. uisinuuwuii ftoward to end tho dobato upsot calcu- manent employment with tho Bailey servlco ho was a real ostato and in- Anna M. D. Powers against Caleb! MftlV.- Me nnnoj ult VUlIUUi Explains Picture Plan. lations. In tho end, however, tho Meter ConuAiny, of Cleveland, Ohio. surance broker. Powers, former Representative in After explaining his plan for YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED Major Emory wns born July 4, Congress from Kentucky, was disNow York member did not actually Mr. Howard has mado a mighty fine "visual education" thru tho uso of a. record both al the University and in 1SS1, in Grand Rapids. vote, as ho was paired. missed today by Justice Stafford, In for m tlon picMiss Iva Gibson of this place and "daylight" screen As vice commander ot tho Am- - tho District of Colninhln Stinrnnm Mr Kollcy, who Is chairman of tho tho servlco nnd wo extend to im tures, a recent invention by Thomas Mr. Roma King of Beaver Dam, were with his many friends our best crlcan Legion, Major Emery was a court. IIoubo conferenco at work on tho Edison and a number of other men Hill with Its disarmament amend- wishes for n successful career. closo friend and confidant of Com- Contentions of Powers that his wife married at the home of tho brldo working together, Dr. Tigert gave t ment, mado a bitter attack on tho mandor Balbralth. was not a residont of Washington, Tuesday evening at three o'clock. planned to m MKS. ELIZABETH ACXOX Miss Gibson has been employed by briefly one of tho lectures resolution, declaring Congress would and therefore could not sue for dibe used In tho Americanization camIX. C. HUDSON the Cumberland Telephone Company Hvo to apologize for its act, which ho vorce In Its courts, were sustained. closing, he said: past year. Mr. King Is en- - paign. In Mrs. Elizabeth Acton died at tho described as making poaco with a Powers In her suit charged for tho Mrs. "Radicals tried to prevent my conMr. R. C. Hudson died at his homo" cruelty and Inadequate support. Herga,6ed J" bus,ness ,n ?eavo,r Dam' nicro clasp of tho hand, after tho home of her daughter, Mrs. James B. firmation to tho office ot commisYork nt Sulphur Springs, Monday. near Uuford Wednesday morning nticounsol note(, an appca, IY11C1U fashion of professional wrestlers. tUU)lU Will 111UKU UiU JUU11 sioner of education; they declared Mrs. Acton had been In 111 health for their home. American Rights Debated.' oo war on mo and soon I shall declare, Tho principal attack on tho reso- tonio tlmo but hor condition was the ripe old ,oge of seventy yoars. JAPAN YIELDS COXTROL war on them. The Issue Is clear cut in no way to bo serious. Ho has been In falling health for tho OK YAP CABLES, REPOJtT. MRS. McCRACKEX ENTERTAINS as to whether wo shall have a muscle lution was based by Democrats on thought elghty-on- o years of ngo, and past few mouths and his death while Sho was tho ground that it did not properly government, with no recognition ot On Wednesday afternoon Juno 15, had been a resident of the county expected, was a great blow to his protect American rights and that tho London, Jun 11. Reuters learu3 Mrs. M. L. McCracken very dollght- - property 'rights and no reward for family and his great host of friends Unltod States, in attempting to nego- slnco birth. genius and Industry, or an IntellecMrs. Acton was a member of tho thruout the county. He was ono of i that whllo fully maintaining her fully entertained tho LacMes Social tiate a treaty with Gormnny and her rights as mund.it. iry over certain Club, at her koine on Walnut Street. tual government with opportunity for ally, would sit down with foot and Methodist Church nt Mt. Vornon and Ohio County's best and most tho individual to exorcise his power Pacific islands. Japan is ready to sha ,,. was an ardent and faithful member. in rprn,v,n " ,1V citizens. His loss will bo ... .!. r..- -l hands tied and without being able to ii u,uu aunt exurciMiig CiauU Blankenshlp. A numbor ot to think and reap tho benefits from war."no-publlcnn- s Hers wns tho roal Christian jvoman-hoo- keenly felt not only In his communi- UKco .u demand tho rights won by complete control over tho Amcilcan enjoyable games ot Rook were play- - his thinking." Sho Is survived by a gqeat ty but through out the cntlro counall . held, however, that ty. Ho was widely known and his cables traversing tho Island of Yap ei, after whJch a deIIc,0UB ,unch was number of bereaved frlonds. rights wore safeguarded. to Me-nCOURT DECISION SAVES nnd to Guam, and hopes Berved There aro six sons and daughters friends aro numbered as all ot thoso Tho guesta wero Mcgdamea Representative Garrett, Tennosseo ROAD FUND 9100,000 thatSW,;s plan will bo acceptable tojPi L. Rowan olbrook. E. c. acting Domocratlc loader, Repre- - surviving her, Mr. E. C. Acton, In- peoplo who woro fortunate enough Washing1 .n. tho Barrass, A. C. Porter, J. S. Glenn, and Bontatlvo Connally, Democrat, Texas dianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Sarah Duke, to know him. Ho was born Japan, nccordlng to Reuters, conFrankfort, Ky Juno 14. County, Flood mado tho principal Owonsboro, Mrs. Maud Daniel, Bea- roared in tho county and has been siders that n her mandate Is one of Honderson Murphree, Darrell Sullln-ge- r. court clorks aro not ontltled to G per nndMr. E. E. BIrkhead, R. T. Collins, speeches against tho resolution, nil ver Dam, Mrs. Eva Burton, and Mrs a consistent member of Mt. Carmol tho provisions of tho Versailles treaty, collecting tho automobile ; O. C. Martin, Mrs. Belle Cooper, cent for Baptist church since early youth. declaring that tho chlof argument In Martha York of Sulphur Springs. no special Island or mandate can bo Misses Lettle Marks, Myrtle Maddox, license tax in addition to 30 cents Rov. H. S. Glllotto held tho funoral Burial services wero held at Mt. selected as an exception support of Its adoption was that It without alfor issuing tho licen.se, Chief Justico would pavo tho way for greater services Tuesday ovenlng nt Mt. Vor- Cnriuel church yesterday morning at tering the treaty Itself, and there- Leila Glenn, Margaret Marks and Ma- Rollln Hurt said today, dissolving on, ry Marks. non church. The remains wero In- eloven o'clock. Tho remains woro trade with Gormnny. Injunction granted S: H. Lowls, Fay fore Internationalization is out of of tho Senate to nccopt terred in tho ccmotery at that place. Interred In the cemetery near by. Failure tho question. 'Pit A t rillrlll! tl n fiAtti TlrmlfnHil nt.. ette County, and J. B. Nnsh. Franklin Mr. Hudson Is survived by his wife, tho House suhstltuto will sond tho Wo ox,tend our sympathy to tho beCourt tended the funeral of Mrs. Ora Mad- -' County. In the Franklin Clrculj family. Mrs. Salllo Boll Hudson and three wholo question of peace to confor-onc- reaved BIG LOSS HY FIRE . against staie inspector uuu huih dox, at West Providence, Monday: children, John and Noble Hudson, Most of tho Republican speakIX HEAVER DAM Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster and little Honry E. James. LEACU MAKES and Mrs. Worth Wado. Ho leaves declared Congress ought not to ers Tho injunction was to restrain tho son, Mrs. Isaac Foster, Mr. and Mrs. UNVIABLE ItKCOIll) several brothers, one ot whom Is a ropeal tho war declaration Itsolf, to recover Mr. Luther Chlnn of Beaver Dam, S. A. Ilratcher, Mr. and Mrs. John Inspector from proceeding residont ot this plait), Mr. C. A. HudJioldlng It would bo regarded as a tho 5 per cent commission retained Invltatlons to the commencement son. Ho was a brother-in-laof Mr. suffered a four Wiousand dollar loss Bell, Messrs. Worth Tlchonor, Mnck by ropudlntlon of tho war, but Demothem. Tho commission would rominded them that a Ropubll-ca- n exorcises ot tho Frankfort High J. C. Rlloyot this placo, and Mr. I. 'when a warehouse filled with fer Cook, Cnl Keown and W. M. Fair. havo cost tho Stato road fund about crats tilizer and farming Implements burn- Rev. O. P. Maddox, missionary from IIoubo twlco had passed a pouco School have boon received horo by tho P, Barnard of Louisville. $100,000 this year. frlonds ot Miss Alenno Lach, who is Wo extend to the relatives ami ed Wednesday nt noon, Tho origin Brazil, who has been visiting rola- with that provision. . resolution I n member -tlvse in Tennosseo, also attended the of tho class of '21. Miss many frlonds of Mr. Hudson our ot tho flro Is not known. ! MARRIAGE LICENSES. was located Tho waro-hous- o in funoral. Rev. Maddox was a brother Loach has made a remarkable re- hsart-fo- lt LEACH NALL. sorrow for tholr loss of u cord, sho was neither absent or tar- kind and' holptul father and friend Beaver Dam, on tho Goshen road. Be- of tho deceased. William R. Wldlok, Earllngton, to ' fore the fire was discovered it had Miss Zolla Mao Nail and Mr. Honry dy for tho entire year. Sho also had has been tho loss of all. Mr. and Mrs. Mobb Coppago, ot Mary Foreman; Hartford. mado too groat a headway for dither ...each wero married nt Salinas, Cal., tho honor of stanlllng nt tho top of O. D. McKlnnoy, Beaver Dam, to Kudora, Ark., havo bean visiting relatho home or aoutouts to bo saved. MASS CONVENTION MONDAY Juno the sevonth at tho homo of her cluss with un avorago of 94. In tho Ella J. Taylor,' Beaver Dam. Drlt-toMr. Chlnn is ono of Beaver Dam's tives and friends horo and Miss Null's slstor. Mrs. Birdie Everett Hudson, Seleot, to Floy AlOF P. DECORATION ot Ohio most onterprlslng merchants and it county. Thoy will leavo today for Tho Democrat voter Tho nowly wedded pair left at . thoy will spend a len, County will itiaot at a mass conven- Is with regret that wu learn of hii Owwuhoro where onco for San Frnnolaco wore they Fotor Smith. McIIenry.o Myrtlo fow'dnys before returning to their Tho local chapter of tho Knights tion nt the court Iioum la Hartford low. on their honoy-moo- u will HUend soino tlmo home. This Is Mrs. Coppage's first Reynolds, Mcllonry. 20, at one o'clock beforo returning to their lioiuo of Pythias hold their Memorial ner-vi- as Monday Ju R. H. King, Beaver Dm, to Iva Sunday nt OaHwood. trip to Ohio county in twelve yoars, FOREMAN WYDICK The (or th purpote of ' liore. Qlbion, Hartford. . graves ot all uf thg dootn&ed Knights and Mr. Coppsgf's first trip in thirIsoilRB' uoaOlitotw (or th county Tho groom is widely known, havJoJiR M. Chlntu Beaver Dam, to Mies Mary Joae. Fureman of this ty yenrs. They motored thru, inak ing been county school suporlnten-den- t wero dQojuttUd. A biauytul po-gra- ntUots to be voted on next Dora Murphy. Beaver Dam. '' oity and Mr. William Wydlck of ins the trip in two days. wa3 rendered. of Ohio county for four years ed corn-battTl-go- rt, capa-mand- and superintendent of the Hartford High ncliool for four years. Sltico leaving school work ho was engaged PASSES THE HOUSE In fnrmlng for n couple of years and tho purchnsod In January, 1020, Ohio County Drug Store at this plnco and has been nctivoly engaged Forty-nin- e Democrats Join in the drug business sltico that date. Tho brldo is well known nnd well In The Land Slide llkod by all. She has boon activo In For Peace. church and community work nnd is ono of tho finest young ladios In this community. Wusiilngton, Juno 13.- - By a vote Wo wish to Join their host of of exactly flvo to ono, thu House to- friends In wishing for thorn tho host night passed tho l'ortor resolution to that llfo holds. turnilnato tho 8tnto ot war botwon tho lulled Stntos nnd tho Central I MRS. ORA.K. MADDUX. Earllngton, wero united In ths holy Inn lIIJK MOONSHINERS LOSE bonds of matrimony hrst Thursday UU, Jlillnl I, 50 GALLON STILL evening nt tho homo or tho brldo s NEW LEGION HEAD Illfcu I 2, hnlf-slstc- lend-orshl- Mcuao-Arsonn- y ne -- I I le , ,,!,. ' ., . Ja-v- al ' I I lal d. io ..1 ' ,.,, "-- do Fo. : o. b-u- w i n. S-- ce . a4 m TALKER'S PACKER AGREEMENT BUNK riartiw 1VIV .mi.fird he Hoes not a Jloiisi "f Camoulliige iirou'iit LoeMnUon Jty Conisros. ar "Let me have sleeping accommodations on the train to Ottawa," I said to the man el th. window, who didn't seem at all concerned whether I took the trip or stayed at home. "For a single passenger?" he finally inquired. "So," I replied; "I'm married, but I am not taking anybody with me. A Iiat'iers. jingle shelf will answer." I'crfvoaiUly, 1 had ths pleasure of "Upper or lower?" ho asked. telling tho Attorney General at that "What's the difference?" I Inllm that in my Judgment the decree quired. wivuld ilo more harm than good; that "A difference of GO cents," came the Interests of the great masses of the answer. "Our prices to Ottawa the people were not at all considered are $1.50 and ?2. You understand, in rJtie agreement; that the decree of course," explained the agent, "the was a camouflage to atop legislation lower is higher than the upper. The and to protect tho packers; and that higher price is for the lower bert. If thr great publicity it was receiving you want it lower, you'll have to go iva unwarrant il fcy tho facts. How-ove- r, higher. It didn't use to be so, but i&o decree, and the Attorney we found everybody wanted the lowCeneroTs nttlfude, bad this effect. er. The higher up some people are, "Thure was no chanco whatever to you know, the lower they want to get report ry packer legislation out of in a sleeper, and that compels a lot the Agrjznltiiral Committoe during of folks who perfer to be lower, to or fir3t regular session of go higher. In other words, the the Congress. Then camo higher tho fewer." tho Sl.v-ijxt-h followed by the short sesthf , "Why do they all prefer the lowCongress. The er?" 1 broke in. sion of the Sixty-sixt- h conimt iccro3 was Li force during "On account of Its convenience." this rrcpss, and there is no question ho repliad. "Most persons don't like in tbe world but what every mem the upper, althoughjt's lower, on acber ul the Agriculture Committee count of its being higher, and be came to Washington upon the con- cause when you occupy an upper, you vening of tho short session of the have to get up to go to bed. and tben Sixty-sixt- h Congress firmly convinced get down when you get up I would that the decreo was bunk." advise you to take the lower, altho It's higher than the upper, for the If jou have the itch, don't scratch. reason I have just stated, that the upIt Clans not euro the trouble and per, is lower than the lower, because stakes tbe skin bleed. Apply Ba- It is higher. You can have the low Rub it In er if you pay higher, but if you are llard's Snow Liniment. i;cntly on tbe affected parts. It re- willing to go higher, it will be lowlieves itching Instantly and a few er." applications removes tbe cause thus lierrorming a permanent cure. Price TO 11UY OU) ItATTLKFlKLI) :'.0l 68c ami 1120 per bottle. Sold by m Ohio Coanty Drug Co. Washington, June 11 Historic Chalmotto battlofiold, Just below UOI MEN TItAIM'KIl IN' New Orleans, where Gen. Andrew M1XK lihAZi: AT PERU Jackson mot and defeated the British In 1812, will be by tho Peru, 111., June 10. Six hundred government and turned into a naini&vra wlio were trapped In the tional military park, if Congress ac, Chi-.?oaiilwaukoo and St. Paul cepts tho recommendation of a report raHwrjl ir.lno at Maik, ten miles .nude by neprcaentatlvo Hull of south at hero, when firo started half Iowa, of the Committee ou Military a milp from tho shaft shortly boforo Affairs. noon, uro all believed to have escapTho mensuro was submitted to the ed via emergency shafts. The state Secretary of War, and ho in turn rotvne wow has scaled tha burning submitted it to tho United States tucviel. Engineers Office for report. Thl Wltethcr all tho men in tho mlno has been mado with the recommenhat lein rescued will not bo known dation that tho park bo established. until vmnpany officials check tho In order to do go about 2CG acres with tho payroll lists, James of land mu3t bo purchased, at an esStw;!. vajperiHtomlcnt, announced. timated cost of $2,000 per acre, and Z2in Tcue crow mado oao attempt It Is figured that the total cost of to ihiir the tunnel, hut was unahlo establishing the park will be in round tu yo .JlbJn half a mile of tho lire. figures about $500,000. '1 lie tiro started in a machine shop Tho Federal Government already about huU a mllo Lack from tho main mviis n sumll nnrtlan nt M, lnml nn Bh.i ami blocked tho exit of tho 000 which is now located tho Chalmette inlnrrr Monumont, nnd there is a small strip -near by on which is established a momorlal by tho National Daughters of tho American Revolution. It 13 FOR FLETCHER'S purposed to purchase tho land be-- : f twoen thoso two sites. CABJNJW IS V.IVKS i JUiTAlLS OF TRKATY Cut This Out uud Take It With You. WneMiwton. Juno 11. How OtnemJ Palmer, under the Viloa administration, mode a grand blnfl at bringing tlio moat packer to justice and failed to audi an extent that tta Republican Congress was cumpcUrd to camo to the roecuo Tlncher of 5a tiM by Representative o the House Kans-iw- , a member Committee on Agriculture. He says: "The Department of Justlco com menced nn Investigation, unilor the direction of A. Mitchell Palmer, then .Attorney general, and It was herald ed otw !ho United Statos through the press Uir.n ho had sufficient evl denna to jHwecuto the packers crimliisilly aad to begin action against them cJvJUj under the then, as well as pn ':at, rxlatlng laws. "The Committee on Agriculture or tbe House had had about fifty ban work in hearings on the titer subject, when, like a clap of thunder out of a clear bluo sky, came the annoanrement llir.t the Department of Justice had cured all tho evils in th- parkin? industry by what is now the famous consent decreo entered into between tho packers and the Department of Justice, without refer-enc- ito any existing law or to any wrcredent for such a decree. This wasr followed by the Attorney Gen cral' nppearance before the AgrI cultural Committee, in which he took the J3n and unequivocal stand that Congress .bould not pass any legis lates; tfcot bis decroo had rsmoved all the ovJla; and that In the future thrre wool! be no trouble about the - Irii such n movement n proponed. Formal statements Issued at Mexico to have indicated his willingness igree to a treaty If certain modlfl-satlonro made. Here It has been afndleated that no modification fecting the principle involved will be made, and that the United Sttaes will Insist that property of Americans in Moxico shall bo safeguarded against , confiscation. Officials of tho administration wero said not to bo convinced that Prosldent Obregon has definitely rejected tho offer to negotiate the treaty, and Mr. Summorlin, who submitted tho proposal, was described as waiting the announcement of a moro definite reply. ns Department that 8a tree, cor.lWr hlm:-elof constitutional restrictions to th i f so HARDING'S TAIRNESS LIKED BY CONGRESS g Atlltmln Timai'tl l.nliiit. Ai?i'lnitlm'i And Industry Appenlt To K Entar ssaassffliaffliiMBsasaaKa 'I LcgMntor. Washington, June 13. Members of Congress have been carefully studying the general policy outlined by President Harding toward labor, manufacturing and agriculture In his speeches of the past few days. With this policy they agree. Hence nccen-tuatbetween tho Reharmony publican executive and tho Republican Congress. These are the utterances which they have singled out as expressive of the policy of the new administration: "Justice, like charity, must begin at home. We must be Just to ourselves and to our own, first of nil This is not selfish, for selfishness seeks more than a fair share; we seek only that which is rlglufull our own nnd then to preserve that to ourselves nnd our posterity. The war sadly disjointed thing) in tho world, and we are now seeking to restore the proper balance. In our efforts to do this, to achieve Justice without selfishness, we will do well to cling 1 believe In to our firm foundations the Inspired beginning. There we will find that national greatness er 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR " " ABOUT FORD CARS SOLID LOGIC m put together, and for years It was supposed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, firrntly Inltuenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is a constitutional remedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any case that Hall's' Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Drtisslsts, 75c. Hall's Family Fills for constipation. ItKASO.VS VKIIV CI.KAll There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases ftiot mado Tho Ford car has been fundamentally right from the beginning. Thnt In lowest first cost tin woll as In lowast it "Tho Universal Car." it has always lead cost to maintain and operate. Runabout, Touring Car. Coupe. Sedan, Truck nnd Fordson Tractor wo lmvo thorn all and will make icnonnbly prompt delivery. Simplicity has ever marked the designing and building of Ford cars, trueks nnd tractors. Henry Ford and his engineers have always strivon for simplicity with strength. The success of tho Model "T" Ford car and a great part of the Ford Motor Company's success has come from nn enrly understanding and appreciation of that The fewer tho parts In a car, fewer the parts to principle In motor car construction. go wrong. When that simple truth Is carried out In producing a car, ns it Is in Ford cars, trucks and tractors, the result Is bound to bo a simplicity of doslgu nnd building that means simplicity, durability and economy of operation. This simplicity of construction prove Itself in the ease with which Ford enrs, trucks nnd tractors are driven. Four million five h'undrod Ford cars in dnlly service proves every claim we make. More man ever we are sure the Ford car Is your necessity let's have your order today. on agriculture, that later we p.rJ rn-'ivf- developed industry, nnd ultimately commerce, both domestic and foreign. from "The country has emerged the hectic prosperity following the war, nnd is suffering from depression. Wo are confronted by the ne.u to place our own house in order, and no more important feature of that effort pan be visioned than to place our agricultural industry on a sound basis, and provide machinery and facilities for financing and distributing crops. If we do this, we merel will be providing the farmer with facilities similar to thos enjoyed by generally. the business community The farmer Is entitled to all the help the Government can give him without Injustice to others, because It is of the utmost importance that the agricultural community, be contented and prosperous. "Turning to industry, our policy mus-- t be to give it every facility possible, but to keep Government outside of participation in business for the Government to intrude itself in the business activities which are better conducted through private instrumentalities, merely in order to demonstrate that tho Government is more powerful than anything else in this BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY 4fWg j ' fill f country." I oo 'or The Relief or Rheumatic Pains. When you have stiffness and 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 tho pain and make rest and sleep possible. r.i ao KINGS YIELD TO FRANKLIN At a recent auction In Philadelphia documents signed by royal personages centuries ago brought only from $1 to $14 each while an original essay by Franklin went for 270. A decree signed by Louis XIII of France went for ?1 and a paper signed by the Louis XIV sold for only famous $H.75. A signature of Napoleon I, brought $C while a letter signed by James II brought $14. Much higher prices were paid for documents concerning the American revolution. m Id walk aiiamig cw rex a fragrant Camel blend. The pleasure is orth it, There's no substitute for Camel quality and that mild, f amei .1 f?"V' IMMIGRANTS PACK I INCOMING SHIPS res-cu- Oliildxen Cry OA3TO R J YauifiTitu, Juno I 10. Efforts to Mexican government to )ntvr itc a treaty of commerce and fmns as a vendition to recognition htH-- r reported toy Socretary Hughoa IcmAjit to PiiMdcnt Harding and his cnitltf The report was undorstood to har ron&lsted of a brlaf summary' of & wejis which havo been taken thru (ltwrse T. Summorlin, tho imarge d'affaires at Moxico Cltv, L8 ranch an understanding for tbt vhtning of the pioposcd troaty. VVMlb eltlcni) information of tho situation nau 1 tusking hero today, it In Known that l'ronldcnt Obret'ou baa Jiiducr fh Am-urir- ab A man often forgets the exact namo of the article ho wishes to purchase, and as a last resort takos something eUo instead. That Is always disappointing and unsatisfactory. Tho safe way is to cut this out and take It with you so as to make suro of getting Chamborluln's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for constipation and indigos-tlom n. "Why nro you asking mo for help? Haven't you any close relations?" "Yos. That's tho reason why I'm appealing to you." In a frantic endeavor to g"t to his country before the new lmm!0n-tlo- n laws went Into effect, Juno 1, ships arriving In tUj country before that date wer croTOod with foreigners eager to make their somu here. Tho immigration .inuuiss'ontr fears hero nro more alrcftdv started .Tom their native .;nrt) and now ou the way hero th'ut can )t ndm'tted. Under the now thro-- per rrnt immigration law th .wniuer of immigrants who will bo admitted in June is a3 ' follows for the leading countries: WILL 1'ROTKCT MOTIIKKIIOOD United Kingdom, 5923, Norwn- - 0SO, Nether-lendSweden 15C1, Denmam U3. Washington, June '13. Protection 270 Dclglum 119, Fra-u437, SwIUeila'id 287, Germany 5''i3, Fin- of maternity nnd infancy by providing opportunity for mothers everyland lui, Africa nine. where to receive suitable Instruction Rastus and George, euught by a in child hygleno is given in a bill fasudden shower, had been forced to vorably reported to tho Senate by Konyon, of tho Senate seek shelter under a tree. "D rain's Chairman beglnnin' to come thru dis heah Committee on Education and Labor. The measure is the result of distree," complained Georgo. "Makes no difference," Rastus in- closures by tho Children's Dureau formed him. "When dis one's wet that 23,000 mothers died in 1918 clean through we'll get another one." from causes conected with childbirth. m The Rureau also demonstrated: High maternal mortality rates, "Mummy, I'm goln to give Auntie above the average for tho United Maud my spade and pall." States as a whole. "What for, Willie?" The fact that 80 per cent of the "So sho can kick it." mothers had received no advico or "Kick it?" "Yes, Daddy said we would havo a trained core during pregnancy. Many mothers had no trained atlot of money if auntie would kick N tendants of any kind at confinement. the bucket." j s o The fellow who smokes Camels, wants Camels, That's because Camels have' a smoothness, a fragrance and a mildness you can't get in another cigarette. Don't let anyone teU you that any other C3 curette at any price is so good as Camels. Let ycrr own taste bs the judge. Try Camels for yourself. Afewsmh, refreshing puffs and you'd walk a mile a Camel, too. . S. J. REYNOLDS VVlfl.tua-SaU- Tobacco Col. X, C -- . In accessibility and often entire Juno 21 and following days, it was lack of hospitals, doctors and nurses. 'nnounced thin morning. Jefferson Practically no organized effort to Post of American Legion, Kentucky's meet tho need for Instruction in Senators and Representatives nnd tho and infant hygiene and for State Hoard of Health fought hard to trained care during pregnancy and havo tho hoapltal convorted Into ft confinement. permanent hospital for tho rehabiliAn almost prohibitive cost for tation or wounded and disabled solproviding adeuur.to core at confine- diers, but tho War Donartmont nor- ment in scattered nnd Isolated rural jalsted In Its Intention to dlsposo of districts. Tho very districts where 'he ontlro camp, and now announce advice and supervision during pregment of the dato of salo writes tho nancy nnd better help at confinement lust words of tho unsuccessful effort. ore most needed nro the ones least Tho buildings of tho hospital that able to obtain it without financial aid. are to bo sold aro moro than 100 in -number, Including dmlnistrntlon CAMP TAYLOR (JOINO buildings, surgical wards, quarters FINAL SALK JUNK 21 for officer physicians and tho Red Loulsvlllo, Ky.. Juno 17.Last of Cross building. About ninety acroJ tho property that onco composed of land nre Included in tho area. Camp Zachary Taylor to bo placed Those, havo boon divided into small ou tho auction block, tho hospital farms, which will bo auctioned off area and its buildings will bo sold separately. .. pro-natal GOOD MAKES ECONOMY and battles its lossos amounted to 240 officers and r.,010 enlisted men PLEA, FOR DEFICIENCY killed in action or died of wounds, PicdlclH NmmI Of Siicli Sj-lc- SOLDIER-AI- D TOTALS GIVEN BY DR. FESS Kuil Measures Will Of Willi Knurl int-n- t Itudgrt ,i ? 1 Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds the first treatment Is most important. When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to ' heal at once. For use on man or beast, Dorozono Is tho Ideal antisepno budget system, no law by which tic and healing agent. Buy It now wo had checks and balances upon ap- and be ready for an emergency. Prlco I believe that tho budpropriations. 30c. 00c and $1 20. Sold by Ohio . get law that will soon, I hope, bo en- -' County Drub Co. m Teething babies always have a hard ucted will obviate ninny of the neces- -' time of It when this process occurs sltlcs for deficiencies." ai hot weather. They not only havo to contend with pni'iful gums but the A regular morning operation of tho Is disordered, bowels loose bowels puts you in fine shape for i and the body uncomfortable. The the day's ork. If you miss it you best belli you can give the little suffoel uncomfortable and cannot put For all ferer Is JfciGeo's Baby Elixir. It corvim Into your movoments. Ey JONATHAN BRACE rects sour stomach, cools and quiets bowol irregularltios Herhlne is tho XIII. RHODE ISLAND ithe bowels and helps digestion. Price romody. It purifies, strengthens and 35c and COc per bottle. Sold by Ohio regulatos. Price Cue. Sold by Ohio RHODB Is County Drug Co. County Drug Co. in not really the . Yfcft l mime of this "IXVISHJLK LIGHT" K1MCKIAN JSSUK stute. As can AWAITS DECISION l'OIt WAIt SIGNALING bo seen from stute seal, the The Poles are retaining possession the olllclul U. While tho World war was a on the group S. government assigned to part of Upper Sllesirj seized by of the name Is the "State of Ithode of American scientists tho problem of Korfanty, but their hold Is weakening Islund und Providence Plantafinding a light which would be visina all parties await tho decision of tions." It originated from two distinct settlements. The llrst ble to thoso who knew of It but which tho supreme council of premiers at was made by Iloger Williams in the enemy could not see. The probParis. The Polish premier. Witos, 1030. lie was the pastor of u lem was solved but the solution came unable to solve tho problem, offered church in Salem. As he ndvo-cattoo lato to be used in a practical way his resignation, which was not acrudlcul reforms he was in the war. The apparatus used cepted. England has sent four entire ordered to return to Englund, consists essentially of a special kind divisions to tho flold In accordance Nurrugunsett but lied to the of lens, a sort of "chemisal eye' with tho promlHO of Lloyd George, tribe of Indians. From them he prompt settlement. PreThis renders visible ultraviolet rays who wnnts a obtained u tract of laud and which are Imperceptible to the unaidmier Brland of Franco desires to culled the town which he estabed human eye. lished Providence, in token of havo an Investlcatlon conducted first God's mercy which had so far According to Prof. It. W. Wood of but It la bolleved tho two premiers provided for him. John Hopkins university, who had a aro gottlng closer together on the About the same time Mrs. prominent part in perfecting tho desubject. Tho insurgent Poles ha70 Anno Hutchinson nnd her folmany atrocities. A vice, It could be used to good advanbeen accused of lowers were expelled from Mastage by airplanes, battleships or land party of soldlora wore reported to sachusetts on uecount of a theoDuke of Hati-bor- 'a forces for signaling. havo appeared at tho It would allogical dispute. She mndo her so be useful for guiding aviators cnstlo at Daudeu nnd to havo wuy to the Island of Aquldncck, safely to landing fields at night. forced tho daughters of tho duke, which she purchased from tfce young1 princesses, to serve them food Aviators and others, provided with Indians for 40 fathoms of whlto wampum, 30 hoes und 10 coats. the special lenses of course would bo and costly wines, after being stripped Tho name of this islund was able to pick up tho signal but the of all clothing. chunged to tie Isle of Rhodes, enemy, without such a lens, would probably after the famous Greek that are nffected by Children not even suspect tho presence of any island In the Mediterranean. worms nro palo nnd sickly and Hablo light. The uses of the Invention in By common usage It became to contract some fatal disoase. war, Prof Wood believes, are virtualknown as Ithode Islund. In 1002 expels Whlto'a Cream Vermifuge ly unlimited. Charles II gave ithode Islund a worms promptly and puts the child very liberal charter, and this reon tho road to health Prtce36o per mained in force until 1841, when hottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug a new state constitution was FOR FLETCHER'S Co. adopted by mass conventions, and two ycurs later another now m TO HONOR 1ST. DIVISION constitution wus legally voted. SCHOOLS KAIL TO EDUCATE The change in constitutions caused what was known as Washington, June 13. Provision At a meeting of the American SoDorr's rebellion. a memorial to the dead of tho for ciety of Mechanical Engineers held In The cntrunco of Ithode Island ExpeditionPirat Division, Amor'can Into the, Union In 1700 completed Chicago, speakers were unanimous in ary ForceB, id cost $150.V)0, is tho list of the original thirteen their demand that college and workWyoming mndo by Senator Warren of stutes. Though Ithode Isluud Is shop bo linked together in order to a report from the Committee, on In tho smallest of ull the Btates, obtain a proper Industrial training. Public Buildings and Grounds. with only 1,218 squuro miles, It H. E. Miles of tho National ManuIs very thickly populuted and Division entered Germany with The facturers' Association said that half occupied bus flvo presidential electors, tho Army of Occupation and the children leave school without a which Is moro thun those of a of tho Coblei)?. Bridgehoad. a sector real education. Of GOOO high schools number of Mutes of much larger Just as It was tho firvi to go, so it territory, Investigated, he said, only 2000 return, and it reacU was tho last to ( by McClur Newipper Syndictt.) taught civics, and In most of these cd Now York on September 6, 1D13. was really a schools civics, During the Division's campaigns WnnhltiRton, June 13. Explanation of the reanon for tli deficiency appropriation hill which has just pawed hoth Houses of Congress, is Good, of the inn do by Chairman Home Committee on Appropriations. Ho tny: "I know thnt there is quito n one which I niywlf ontor-.tnl- n y to some deRree against appropriation bills. 1 think a part of tho prejudice of the public and some of tho Members of tho House against deficiency hills grows out of a failure 'o understand tho process of making up appropriation hills. Tho estimates that wero made for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1921, wero made liack In the fall of tho year 191!. They wero submlt-to- d to Congress at tho opening of tho hombIoii In Dccombcr of that year and published In tho Hook of Estimates. The appropriation!! woro made moro Hi an in months prior to the end of thnt fiscal yenr. Of courts much can transplro betweon tho tlmo of making thoso appropriations and tho actual spending of tho money that required modification and change. Tho comm'ttoos having jurisdiction of nppropilatlons for all of these years have, 1 think, wisely adoptod the policy of reducing estimates whorev-e- r they thought the ostlmntes could ho safely reduced, and they have reduced them upon this theory, that It would bo unwise to appropriate for Including the all of tho services, emergencies that might arise, because If you were to appropriate for all the Heen and unfurMm contlngncles you would make the appropriations so large that It would Invite tho rankest oxtravagance in the administration of the appropriation?. "So Congress has taken this vlow or the matter, that wo would cut down the appropriations to tho minimum, and If, perchance, sonio un foreseen oinergoncy should arieo, or If tho cut in the estimate proved too drastic, Congress would be in session and would grant a deficiency appro-- 1 pre-Judl- ce defl-clnc- and Oil officers and 19, COO enlisted men wounded In action. Uefore leaving Germany tho Divifrom private sion socured funds sources nnd orected five monuments on tho principal battlefields bearing In bronz the names of all who fell on upon reeach field. Immediately turning to tho United States the First Division Memorial Association began to raise funds for the erection of n worthy monument In ,the city of Washington which should boar In honor the names of thoso who gavo their llvos In Its ranks, and which should preserve forever their spirit of courage nnd sacrlflco as an inspiration to our people At present the fund amounts to $120,000, nnd it is intended to lncroase the sum to $lfi0,000. It Is proposed to secure n suitable design, which will not only fulfill tho purpose doslrod, but which will bo an ornament to the National Capital. llc-- l UlHMNIt) Veterans Xow In I'rocc.is Of KclinhllltiKlon For Fu- ture I'M'fiilneox. Jtomnly for Hlonincb Trouble "1 am pleased to havo the opportunity to say a good word for Cham- berlain's Tablots" writes Mrs. Mamie Ilortcl of Moberly, Mo., "I think they aro tho best remdy for stomach trou-lilo- s, biliousness and constipation I have ever used. 1 have taken them oft and on for two or three years and they nlways relieve Indigestion, tono up tho liver and make me feel m fine. VUAS TO TAX WKAI.TU Chancellor Wlrth has announced "working out paying for German liberty" the clnsses which made no real sacrifices during tho war must "stand the gaff." He declared that hoavy taxes would be placed on that In I Improvidence, extravagance and luxury, which will be Indlcntod In tho manner of living of tho various classes of citizens. He advised tho Germans in a speech at Freiburg that they must buckle down, grit their teeth and pay off the debt. Kef erring to the socialists he declared the peo ple must not lose themselves "in cosmopolitan dreams." prlatlon. "That has been the theory of theso different committees and the theory of Cor.grews no matter which poll-- 1 tical party has been in power; and 1 aubmit it has not been a bad theory during the cinio whon we havo had I ' ' Washington. Inia 11. What tho Republican Congrea ha lono during the past two years In rehabilitating the soldiers who participated In the World War is told by Chairman Simeon D, Fess, of the Houso Committee on Education. "I think It is a remarkable showing," he said. "Thoso eligible for section 2, training .which Is training with allowances, amount to 111,-CS- 4 people. Thoso eligible for training in section It, which has no pay allowance, amount to 80,075. As of April 1, 1921, tho following numbers have entered training: Training for pay, S1.4S1; training without pay, 10,496; training under tho Elk's Fund, S9; making a total now In training of 02,066. "On March 15, 3,123 men are reported as having completed training and 7,370 as having discontinued. Approximately 50 per cent of tho latter havo entered employment as the result of training this In addition to tho 3,123 definitely reported as reThe habilitated or completed. Chairman of tho Committee on Appropriations spoke about tho increas ed demand for aiproprlations because of a deficiency of from $1G,000,000 to 30,000,000 as the closing down or slowing up of business has caused a great many persons who heretofore might bo at work to seek tho training because they wero dissatisfied with the prospects without training. The figures show that the board Is using about 2,000 schools and 8,000 plants and factories for the training of men. It also shows that up to March 1, 1921, the board had spent ?89,521,-41- 4 since the passage of the rehabilitation act of Juno 17, 191S, two and a half years ago. "Of this amount ?GS,000,000 has boon spent In direct allowances for maintenance to tho men themselves. Tho overhead for tho entire time since the organization of tho rehabilitation work, which Includes' rout, office eqnlpment nnd supplies, salaries, printing, travel and subsistence of employees, tolephono and tele graph, etc., was approximately 14 per cent. Wo thought when the Committee on Education last year made an investigation of thd rehabilitation work that the overhand cnargo was too Heavy. This over head has not been reduced to loss than S per cent in the month cf March, 1921." talk on current events with poor as a basil. A twit of 1,500.- 00n enlisted men during the war "bowed, he added, that only of them were college bred, nnd of the remaining 25 per cent wer illiterate. Speaking on the elimination of waste in industry, L. W. Wallace, chairman of a committee appointed by Herbert Hoover to Investigate national wnste said: "Changing styles caused great waste in the manufac ture of women's hats, shoes and millinery. A loss of production due to lack of'standardliatlon is an element of waste occurring In every Industry Such a slight thing a the chante in the cut of tho lapel In a man's coat , means a 2o per cent reduction In production." Other speakers pointed out that stupendous waste could be wiped out by applying the principles of engineering but they forgot to add that the would llrst have to be killed. ls one-tenth nine-tenths, style-monge- rs in ' I ii aMT T"r IB mm H IHl HI EC M Hfl CR Wn BzJ i ' TT N.t Contents 15 rluidPracrrcfl iV VI m w J r, pa t ? !&B Tf& 91 . Ko"Al lL tat Lki wll i&KCS 7. For Infants and Children. H HIT ' ri PHI J Mothers Know Always 1st Casteda Bears the ' ' ALCOHOL-- 3 PER CENT. AVcJJabicrrcparationforAs linaihe5t3iMdsarDavlstf! 1V.K ThPwhv'PromoiiniSDKcslion Cheerfulness ana Kcsuwuuw-notthnium.Morphlr.enor ' cr Signature of Mineral. KoT Narcotic, tie 7i7" IxM'iSjUi fihryt If LW $,W uaw Fnr mires a AMEIHCAXS AIIE JMl'ItOVIXG PHYSICALLY JW At the time of the Chicago world's fair in 1S93 Dr. D. A. Sargent, a physical-training expert, recorded a se ) The Story of Our States gSp of figures pertaining to the physique of Americans. After comparing these statistics with tho results of a recent tabulation he announces that American girls average an inch taller and 10 pounds, heavier now than they did then. College men, ho finds, average two inches more in stature and nine pounds, more in weight than they did in 1S93. It increased stature and avoirdupois indicate general physical improvement and it may fairly be assumed that they do it appears that thoae pessimists who for years have been dolefully opining that Ameri cans are going to the bow wows phy-- 1 slcally and otherwise have a.iot' i er guess coming. It Is true that the consumption of tobacco, particularly in the form of cigarettes, has been on the increase during the period covered by the figures. The girls have gone in more and more for dancing, late hours, low-- 1 necked gowns and the sherest and lightest of attire; some of them have oven acquired tho cigarette habit. ' Both sexes have traveled at a swifter pace than any of their forebears and havo formed habits that, theoretical ly at least, are deleterious to the health. If our race has Improved physically as Dr. Sargent's figures show must ' jvo conclude that dancing, decollete gowns, the use of tobacco and other things so much and so frequently de- -' plored and censured are less ruinous than the reformers would have us believe? It has been conclusively proved time and again that Indul- -' gence In tobacco, intemperance in eating and drinking, unhygienic dress, late hours etc., weaken the constitution and undermine the -I f.Mnful Remedy for Constipation and Diarrhoea: A " Zn , I Loss of Sleep resulting ihereftanjnlnfanry. zr... ,.j. M.of imiic am""1"" WcXM I I j If IW ft m C - :!s:v- it IheCesta0""' NEW XyiiiJ: Thirty Years Exii:t Copy of Wrapper. TMC CINTAUR COMPANY, NEW YOUR tlTY A CASH 0lililiK 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 Ave hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. health. Doubtless if tho matter could be sifted to the bottom we should find that Americans nowadays are better physically than Americans of a generation and more ago because they go in more for athletics, give their bodies more and better attention, have more time for recreation and relaxation and In general live more hyglenically. All these things, it may be, not only serve in a measure to counterbalance the harmful effects of modern bad habits but make us physically superior to our predecessors. In the course of the afternoon the hoss plumber visited n Job, and failing to find his workman nnywhore about tho premises, decided to await his return. ."Where have you beon?" demanded the boss when bo put in appearance. "Gettln' my hair cut," answered the man quite coolly. "And how dare you get your hair cut on my time?" "Well, didn't it grow on your ed time?" FAMOUS LAST WORDS early closing laws. No candy, cfKars 23,000 IN FINES or cigarettes may bo purchased after eight o'clock at night; a drlnt may Philadelphia, June 9. Mrs. Emma not be bought after 10 and nono conC. Bergdoll, mother of the Bergdoll sumed publicly after 10:30. At only brothers, convicted Army deserieis, a few places may the traveler finfl something to eat after 10 o'clock, saved herself and her four conspiracy and after the theaters there Is nothcharged with to aid Grover C. and Erwin R. Berg- ing to do but go to bed. American doll to evade Army service, from go- travelers who aro out for a good ing to jail by paying today $23,000 time usually hasten on to Paris. Ons In fines recently imposed by the Unitreason for tho early closing is tho ed States District Court here. scarcity of coal caused by tho conA certified check drawn by Charles tinuance of tho miners' strike. Lloyd A. Braun, one of Mrs. Bergdoll's George, who has mado great efforts sons, who changed his name because to bring about a settlement, ha 3 of the notoriety given the Bergdoll threatened to force both sido to arbiname by Grover, was given to the trate. r clerk of tho court "under protest." It Is understood an appeal from the conviction will be taken. Mrs. Bergdoll, Braun, and James B. Romit', a friend of tho family, wero sentenced on May 17 to sorvo a year and a day In prison and fined $7,000 each, and Harry S. Schub and Albert S. Mitchell, an automobile to six were sentenced salesman, months and $1,000 fineo. announced The court, however, that If tho fines wero paid beforo June 13, tho prison sentences would MILS. IIEHGDOLIj iwys Telephones bo remitted. mm Ohildren Cry OASTO R IA The grave of every American soldier In Great Britain was decorated on Memorial day by members of tho American Legion. As a special event of tho. day a bust of Georgo Washington was presented to tho English by the Sulgravo Institution and other American organizations and was unveiled In St. Paul's cathedral, in lawful wife? I do. Manchester London. Dean Inge a tribute Union. to the American dead and Ambassa-- . dor Harvey made a short speech. THINKING TAKES TIME. Messages were read from President Harding, Gen. Pershing nnd former An Inquisitive woman was once Davis. talking with James Whltcomb Riley Ambassador m about tho poor material reward that Mother Willie, every time you comes to poets. "But, Mr. Riley," she aro naughty I get another gray hair. said, "you have no cause tor comWillie Goodness! You must havo plaint. You must bo a very rich been a terror, Look at grandpa! man. I understand that you got a LONDON DEAD AT 10 O'CLOCK dollar a word for all you write." "Yes, madam," said niley, with his slow drawl, "but sometimes 1 sit alt ' American tourists nro not tarryday and can't thing of a single word." ing long in London now owing to the Let's look down tho muzzlo and see it It is loaded. That's a train whistle wo can get across ahead of tho train. It won't explode. You can throw It on tho ground. Tho water Isn't deep enough. I guess I will swim out farther. I'll show my wife who Is tho boss. Tho lco is safe, I can tell you. Do you tako this woman for your MEMORIAL DAY IN BJKGIiAND r p No Need to Wait I haiie telephones and supplies in stock.. Make a specialty of repair work. If you need Wire, Brackets, Pins, Spools, Insulatoss, Insulated Wire, Lightning- Arresters, Switches, or any pari for a telephone, call, write or phone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock. Mutual phone No. 1. i -- lld W. G. Muffett Beaver Dam, Ky.. 'jThe Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Iiicoriioriilcd matter of the second class. (By I. D. Clnirc.) Ith Day Thursday July "III. H. Wllaon A Co., vs. Clnronco C. Lee; J. J. Jarnagln vs. Bond Bros. Tho oxtromo simplicity and coni- iiiivnttlnriinMA nf HiAg nnrtpranlm l Inc.; J. L. Legrnnd vs. Harold &e. due to Fluke's complaint that he had w nih Day Friday July Hth. to climb n atepinuusr to read those W. S. TINSLEY, Editor and Business Manager. Walter Cnmpbtll vs. C. P. Tumor I wrote latt week. &c. 7(h Daj Monday July Hth. I ran Into n whole bunch of HeEntered according to law nt t'uo Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., as uail Commonwoalth . lino ensos against brew junk dealers, up In the Bol-broHay-mark- et Thomas Vance; Thomas Vane. Sam Hoover v.. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG ? ' imiWiTj-'-iws''j-JJ- E22E3SWH) Waterman Fountain Pens BlgB argaffiSMSiecorcis All 85c Records 65c All $1.00 Recorks 75c All $1.25 Records 95c Evei'Fha'i Pencil- P We will sell Gcnnctt Lateral Cut Records while they last at the following prices: Address nil communications I&o Hartford Republican. to fyt' , 8(h day Tuesday July 12tli. advance o OlHo Tlchenor, soiling liquor; In tho absence of federal funds to Church Notices for services free, Tlchenor! samo; Olllo Tlchenor, enforco prohibition beer, lc per lint other advertisements, came; onio Ticucnor, samo; corns word. beer, lo flowing like wnter will Hoyal, housebreaking; Anonymous communications Harrison in Louisville. I mention this so If "The Nyal Store" receive no attention. Tlchenor, Liquor for sale; Eddlo Ford Fluke Is tardy about returning from &c, assault. that lodgo meeting at Lexington the TELEPHONES 1Kb day Wednesday July lsttli. G9 foll3 down home mny know why. Farmers Mutual shooting; Wm. Claud Graves, Chocolates on Ice. Z. W. Mitchell's Old Stand. Eastman Kodaks. Langford, liquor for sale; Clarence I guess Aus Bratcher doesn't exFRIDAY, .JUNE V, Aull, Injuring property, Clarenco pect to run for office anymore, from Aull, deserting infant; Barney War-ncl- l, the way ho is making enemies by cut-tiDeduction. It looks as tho wo can look forward up moonshlno stills. -c o a reduction In railway freight and The following havo been selected Spring boys coming out victors 7 to or lost. If every team will m,iK 't WASHINGTON. passenger latcs in the near future for Jury service: When It. H. Basham Is elected con0. Several years back tho Sulphur a practlco to send In tho results w. Tho Labor Board has rendered a deGrand Jurors. stable, evildoers had better look a Several of tho young folks from Springs team was tho beat in tho will run a club standing shiwwj.-eacwage scalo cision in favor of a lower C. O. Patterson, James Daniel, W. little out. I don't know Mr. Basham, team, who It has played, Clear Bun attended tho meeting at entire county and from tho score It and since the railroads claim that L. Boyle, Henry K. Mlnton, C. G. but I see ho has nerve. looks Hko they aro going to make this placo Sunday afternoon. of games won nnd hwt ,md per cent of their operating Taylor, T. C. Dennis, John Smiley, seventy Mrs. Bessie Patton and children, themselves heard from before tho If complete box scores can be ., m expense consists of wages, a reduction W. J. Bean, P. B. Taylor, A. B. MilAfter afflicting his day and genera- of Taffy, woro the guests ot her season Is over. in, tho Imttlng of every toam tup, in wages should bo reflected in thv ler, N. J.' Faught, Gld Heflin. F.retl tion with a lot of rotten newspaper daughter, Mrs. A. L. Newcomb and with the Individual Imttlng win rates and tariffs. Miller, Luther Dooley, W. D. Hardin, stuff, Luke McLuko dlod last week. Mr. Newcomb Saturday night and Whonever a game Is played In tho bo kept nnd cnrrled over from we. k A. J. Davenport, J. H. Coppage, J. T. Now if that fellow who writes the county or out of the county and an to week. Select samo ono ina-- i .mil Sunday. of Wedding, Isaac Shown, C. T. Balrd, corruptest sort of stuff The Kentucky State Board under a corMessrs. Volas Newcomb and Lister Ohio County team Is a participant, let him attend to this feature of th Health has been motive during tho T. L. Anderson, Eugeno Stroud, C. ruption of tho Cinclnnatian's name Ocie Dell and Miss Alma Trogdon of the Republican wants tlu results. It gamo. Wo will appreciate l th last fiscal year. Tho board has in- B. Asbby and J. N. Leach. would go and do likewiso the lead- Pleasant Itidge, attended meeting Is an item of interest to every fan faiiR will appreciate it and it win spected 1100 hotels, 1200 restauPetit Jurors ing public would got further relief. hero Sunday. and at the same time Is gives to tho add much to the interest In b.is. buir rants, 2SG bakeries and numerous E. E. Tinsley, James W. Rowe, Mr. Waltor Allen Is on the sick teams n little credit for a game won In th county. other food handling establishments. Claud Hudson, Sid Swift, J. H. Black, There Is no pot of gold at tho end list. Dr. A. T. McCormack, tho State W. G. Ward, W. C. Keen, R. O. Bur- of the rainbow. I know, because I Mr. and Mrs. Estill Funk, of Phil-po- t, Health Officer is a very capable gess, J. W. Arnold, Solon Chlnn, Geo. saw tho end of a rainbow, Sunday wore the guests of Mrs. Funk's For County Clerk: ANNOUNCEMENTS man. His efforts noupled with M. McFarlln, Scioto Hockor, W. G. afternoon. I witnessed the remarkaROY II. FOREMAN West Beacr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lake, dithoso of Miss Sarah Vance, who Is Kirk, I. C. Cox, .Jess King E. Crab-tre- e, ble phenomenon of a rainbow form Dam. Saturday nlght. For Circuit Judge rector of the bureau, have done much W. L. Hockor, Morgan Ashley, ed on tho street, Just in front of my ISOM MITCHELL Mrs. Nade Travis and children of Wo aro authorized Boll's Run. to announce to correct and improvo tho sanitary W. J. Maiden, E. L. Brooks, Ertcn home. Tuo outline was as perfect'i SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy place, spent Satuiday night and P. W. SLACK King. W. C. Ashley, Ollio Basham. as any I had ever seen in tho sky. this conditions throughout the state. MODE SCHROAIIKR N. limine. Sunday with Mr. Travis' brother, a candidate for Judge of the Sixth : J. A. Bollng, Noble C. Balrd, It. L. Itlaid athwart tho street car track, Mr. Monroe Smith. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. Circuit Court District, of Kentucky. The value of farm property In Taylor, S. H. Hodges, J. A. Vetch, S. and a pas3'ng car picked it up and E. G. BARRASS Hartford Mrs. Lottie Myers of near Hoaver November election, 1921. S. Acton, Ira Bozarth, Lon Gentry, roflected Kentucky has Increased ninety-fH'- e it very clearly from its side. Dam, Is spending a few days With M. F. CHUMLEY McIIenry. 4 and four tenths per cent since 1910. Q. M. Benton, Dennis Ashley, C. C. JAMES A. TATE Hartford relatives here. ninety-seve- n For Commonwealth's Attorney per Dennis, J. J. Harrison and Q. W. It has Increased I have experienced some delay in M. A. EMBRV Mrs. Horace Smith and children Halzetowu. to announce rent in value in Ohio County during Lamb. receiving mail from friends "down spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Coda Wo are authorized this poriod. There is no reason why home" because they did not know my Casteel, of this community. Ia For Jailer: DUNDEE candidate for Commonwealth's AtIt should not continue this phcnoml-na- l To avoid a recurrence of address. torney ot the Sixth Circuit Court CHARLIE SMITH Hartford. R .Z. increase during tho next ten such delay I will mention, that my HARTFORD CHAUTAUQUA Kev Orville Cole, of Cincinati, years. One hundred miles of good District, of Kentucky. Election NoWORTH TICHENOR Hartford.1 home address is OSS Second street, 1Ivor0(l an Interesting sermon at tho JOHN T. KING Hartford. vember Sth 1921. roads and fifteen good, first and my office address Is Boom 306, July 2 to 0 Five BIk Nights S. A. LEE class, consolidated schools will make Methodist Church Tuesday evening, Custom House. Sunnydnlo. . IMSOCSICAM. ot last week. farmlnir land In Ohio Cnnntv wnrth BARNETT L. TINSLEY For County mid District HartNij-h- t Fiit Miss Margerite Benfrow of Owens-bor- o three times Its present value. We ford R. F. D. No. n. Offices. I'll have a week's vacation due me Musical Arts Male Quartette. ,has been the guest oC her before Fluke Rhould have even more than this by JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, We aro authorized to announce takes his Si'coml Nlj;ht grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mart trip, and if he'll let me fall fishing 1930. Route 1. the candidacy of the following citicome down Kendvee Concert Party. Henfrow, for the past few days. NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry zens, subject to tho action of the Reand get out the paper for him while Lecture by I'rof.'Milton Brown on Mrs. J. A. Duff and little son. Dll - hB Js gone j wl brh)K publican party in tho primary election MRS. ELLEN BENNETT. him a quart "The Problem of the Unprepared." ly. have returned from a visit with of August C, 1921: the real stuff, so he won't have For Ta Commissioner Third Nij;lif. Jones, at Philpot. Mrs.' Ellen Bennett was born in Mrs. to get balled up with that pesky deaROY F. KEOWN Fordsvillo. "Cappy Ricks" a delightful draMr. and Mrs. Sargent of Owens-bor- con again. Ohio county, Aug. 10th, 1S3S and For Rcpiesuutathc. matic version of the popular serial. were tho guests of Mr." Sardied in Beda, Ohio county, June 1st, IRA JONES Arnold. Font th Nixht For Magistrate, gent's sister, Mrs. B. F Bean, Satur1921 aged S3 years 9 months and 12 I'm thinking about ordering my W. II. HA IZB Hartford. Merrymakers Quintette, t (District No. 1) days. She was married to B. M. i day and Sunday. subscription to tho Republican stop I. S. MASON Lecture by Hon. Thomas F. Paris, Iluford. J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2 Mr. Mack Martin is wearing a big pod becatlse ,t Bennett December 2.rith iSfifi. Sho don.t rJnt t))0 aows "Community Welfure." J. A. HOLING Upper East Hartsmile' over the arrival of a bran new Why, from reading it I is survived bv lior husbnn.i. n could not tell Firm nikIii. For Circuit Clerk: ford. boy at hIs home daughter, Mrs. J. B. Rogers and three whether Battle Nail was planted out Robert O. Brlggs, entertainer and FRANK BLACK JI,SS A,)b, Whlttenhlll of Fords- Hartford R. 2, (District No. 2.) sons. Stephen. Herman and Rupert. at Oakwood, if Eck Rial had moved impersonator, bettor known as V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvillo. p W. C. KNOTT Ccntertown. Sho professed religion when about V11UJ' b,,eiu &aluay with Mrs. Cora away or if the Kaiser had been ar- "Smilin Bob." O. N. STEWART Bea or Dam. FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. fifteen years of age at a camp meet- uenirow, at tno Dean hotel. rested for making false returns in his Lecture by Dr. W. R. Cady on Miss Grace Hartford of Owensboro, Income (District No. 3) ing held at Nocreek tax report. I Hko to read "Tho Birth and Death ot Worlds." For County Judc: N. M. TAYLOR. Cool Springs. nnd joined the Methodist church. Af- was tho guest of Mr. Will Fletcher what the prominent men of tho town Tho County Falr A pageant. MACK COOK Hartford. O. E. SCOTT ter this she joined tho Cumberland Bean and Mrs. Bean, a few days tho aro doing. Prentiss. Tho Southern Chautauqua Service past week. WINSON SMITH Select. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. Presbyterian church at Salem but furnishes this entertainment, and the W. S. DEAN Dundee. Mrs. Paris McDonnell and Mrs. "later her membership was removed (District No. 4.) HERBERT Bureau is conceded to bo ono of the R. It. WEDDING Cora Benfrow are on the sick list. Hartford. lo Beda Presbyterian Church, where J. W. CHEEK Asklns. very best in tho country. All these sho remained a faithful member until Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers were attractions can ho heard for a trifle. (Dish let No. C JIARNETTS' CREEK For County Attorney. death, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Janklns It is entertainment, instruction, in JAMES W. GRAY Hartford, It. 5. OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. Sister Bennett was a woman of real Sunday. spiration, brought to our door, and (District No. 6.) Mr. Edward Mason and family vnluo to tho world. Sho made the wero Mr. and Mrs. Henry Milligan and no ono can afford to miss it. J. A. EDGE Dundeo. tho gueei3 of Mr. English For Sheriff. worid better by living In it. As a daughter, Elena, visited Mr. and Mrs. Purchase your season ticket on sale MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. Brooks and wile Sunday. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. christian. sho was truo and faithful, at JAMES H. WILLIAMS' DRUG Mr. Clifton Hoover and family J. W. Rearden Sunday. G. A. RALPH Hartford. (Dlstrclt No. 7.) hence as tho end was approaching she spent Sunday Mrs. Florence Winkler has been STORE. Price ?2.00. B. C. RIIOADS Bartlett. with Mra. Sis Whit-takc- r. J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. gave assurance that all was well and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richx o CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. J. N. LOGSDON Rosino. ' sho longed to depart and be at rest. BASE BALL BRIEFS Mrs. E. CrarAroo returned homo mond. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. As a wife she was loving, Industrious Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rearden enterCICERO CROWDER Select. after spending a few days i For Constable. and economical sp that It could be The McHenry Majectlcs defeated with her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Hoov-- r. tained the following guests Sunday T. 11. BLACK Hartford. (Dlstricl No. 7.) Bald of her "The heart ot her hus Rod Boy at McHenry tho afternoon afternoon in honor of their nelce, MALEN D. HEFLIN Ccutortown. R. II. BASHAM Roslne. band doth safely trust In her so that Miller, of Hartford: of tho Parent Teachers' picnic by the Sunday School is progressing nice- Miss Emma ho shull havo no need of spoil." As ly scoro of 1C to 7. Misses Mildred, Marie and Allle Day, place. at this a mother sho was devoted and kind, Master Lenor Wado Is visiting his Elena Milligan, Elizabeth Houso and "Her children riso up and call her Beaver Dam Journeyed to Logans- Nina Burdetto; Messrs. Taylor Skingrandmother, Mrs. Cloah Wado. blessed;" as a neighbor nad friend port Saturday and lost a hard-fougner, Virgil and Henry Chambers. Audra, tho Ilttlo daughter 'of Mr. sho was hospitable, obliging, helpful. Sevoral from hero attended services game. With two out, the score 7 to 6 George Patton, Is ill of typhoid feSlay lr,r children'' and loved ones in favor of. Beaver Dam and tho last at Haynesvillo church Sunday. ver. strive to meet her In heaven. Miss Connio Mao Slnnett and Mr. inning on, the Beavers wero defeated Mrs. Sallle B. Richcson who has when LogMport's clean up man lined Rev. B. D. BENNETT. been 111 for somo timo, 13 able to bo Otis Staples, of Whltesvllle, wero ' -- '. HARTEORD, KY. the guests ot Miss Vlrglo Mao Bury out a homo run with two on tho s oui again. , CASES SET FOR TRIAL bases. Clssel and Glenn composed dette Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended tho AT THE JULY 1021 TERM Mr. Elmer Harrison, wife and the battery for Beaver Dam, Will have on hand throughout the Children's day atlqw Bethel, SunI.' children spent Sunday with Mr. and '7 days year a'full line of authorized ' Uad Day Tuesday July 5th. The Beaver Dam (cam lost another Mrs. L. J. Taylor. Acme-JonCo., vs. W. E. Ellis tough game at Hartford, Sunday, to Judge Mack Ccok returned from &c.;N. W. H. Maddox; Franklort Wednesday whero ho had BIG DROP IN GALVANIZED WARE tho Anglo Milling team ot Owensboro. J. T. Carter vs. it.'L. Tucker; W. P. gone to attend a road meeting. Bids The gamo was a scorchor until the Render v. Missouri Mollno Plow Co.; wero received on the Owonsboro-Hartfor- d No. 1 tubs 7fic sixth, Stovgns allowing but one hit LouisviUe Grocery Co., vs. Ensloy No. 2 tubs 83c and tho .Milling team's pitcher allow road Raymer Co.; e A. White vs. Southern vcre unable toat this meeting. We No. 3 tubs For both Comon Schools and High Schools. 91.00 ing but two .hits, At the start ot press hour learn at Ulau-tia- s Co.; Walker Myrtlo vs. wh.her rny of tho bids were pails , ,30c tho sixth Dossott wept to the mound accepted Southern Blau'-Ga-s Co.; Lon Belter and if fo to whom the for Beaver Dam and beforo ho could WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, contract was vs. P. S. Coleman &c; II. J. Brown strlko bis strldo tho Flour Dusters Hartford, Ky. Also a complete stock of Pencils. Pen??. Tnk. firav- &c. vs. R. A. Bridges &c. mm bad scored, six runs, Thp Bqaver-DaTrri 3rd Day Wednesday July Otli. OATin OF THANKS. boys had tho odgoonho Owensboro SETTLE SUIT OVHR liy.MN ons, Tablets, Note Books, Pads, Pen Holders, Pencil Mary Shields &c. vs. Barney War- After 1 years negation; by tho We wish to extend our thank,s to boys Jn evoay department pf tho gamo oponges, mK stands, Fountain Pens, Rulers, noil & Car, lid ward Mbscloy vs. Aaron' heirs tW.( P.- - Webster, author of the our friends and neighbors tor their andshoqld have earned n,sfcut out. and in fact, all the ordinary necessities for school Mosoley &c; Joe Goodman Vs. famous hymn, "In the Sweet Byo and kindness during the illness 4 and ICrank Lake.T, W, AYalJuce ts. Swift--, Bye," the case has been settled by a. death of our mother, Mrs. Ora E. .The Sulphur Springs and Sutmy-dal- o work. A. Co,; T. W. Wallace vs. American payment of tSfi.aoo t,v Mia nnhiioh- - Maddox. ball toams played a good gamo Rallwty Ex. Co.; Herman Black vs. ers, the Ditson Co. at Sulphur Springs, Sunday. The, EHE CHILDREN. In 01-llhonest-to-goodness NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent lo a now address must glvo tho obi address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and Sc per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Gc for each hea'd lino and slgnautro, money tho following: Herman Park, Desortlng Infant child; Sanders Huikiaaon, assault; L. & N. II. . Co.; Clotua Koaslngor; Elvis Murphy, transporting liquor; P. L. Burdotte, broach of poaco; ElElvis vis Murphy, solllnc liquor, Murphy, same; Taylor Morris, perjury; Taylor Morris, selling liquor; Wnltor Twlddel, selling liquor; Wnl: ter Twlddel, same; Joss Sarvls, otrlk-In- district Inst wcok, any one of whom might pose for n passably good picture of my old frlond Albert Cox. It was a regular whiskers brigade. If Clem Moxloy gets too loud In his boast of being tho "Bull of tho Woods" In tho matter of physical symmotry and sunnlnosa of disposition. P'll Just come back to Ohio County and show him. g. These are all new records not old ones cleaned up and will play on any machine using steel or brass needles without extra attachment. We will take pleasure in playing any that you wish to hear. BEAVER DAM DRUG COMPANY Beaver Dam, Ky. n' Mi-- er ' ' o, camp-groun- d, n ht THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. , es TEXT BOOKS 10-qu- i nuufre r taauyija7Jti33fi'jainRiTitT.JaLra!; I. E3JBM!U.SMMJKarjKa Mr. LoT-- tend to i:m! Minion 'r.rf family inSunday in LoulirJllt. Squlro lion Taylor of Pleasant KldKe, was In town Tuesday. ffan3rozzmT.r.M.a:3S Mr. Ilarnott Sullongor has roturn-o- tl Kep tho flans away from your hero after several months spent stock by using I'rntti Tly Chaser. For sale by WILLIAMS ft TAYLOIt. In Colorado. , arMr. .aia P. Hey, of Ow.i'lr-ot . sr"nd sevrived he:? Wck eral days minRlinK with old friends MIik Leila Glonn Is sponding the week end with Miss Anna IJarnes at lleavor Dam. OlJfuilcill la Amoskeag Apron Ginghams Best Table Oil Cloth Hope Bleach Yard-wid- e 15c 35c 15c 10c Domestic , 50c Bedticking 50c Percals 35c 25c ! Men's best Overalls Men's blue Shirts Atheletic Union Suits . $2.00 Wash Pants Boys' $1.50 Wash Pants Ladies' $3.00 Silk Hose $1.00 and $1.25 yard Voiles h colored Organdy, all shades . Organdies Playday Cloth, for rompers etc., $2.00 Children's Gingham Dresses, six to fourteen years 40-inc3G-inch $1.45 69c $1.00 $1.50 '.$1.00 $2.00 65c . . 75c 50c 25c $1.39 . Mrs. Ernest Morris Mr. Charlie King roturnod hero and llttlo Monday, after a sevaraMvaoks' stay daughter have been on the sick roll at Kansas City, Mo., where ho haa for the last fow days. been employed. Mrs. K. M. Woodward has returnMrs. C. M. Ilarnett, Mrs. Jno. II. ed to her homo In Louisville after Wilson, Mr. John Allen Wilson and several days' visit with relatives horc. Master Leyl Wilson were In Oivens-bor- u Capt. Cox colobratod his olghty-thir- d Wednesday. birthday yestorday. A big Mr. and Mrs. Handal Wnttorson birthday dinner was served at the returned to tholr home at Ashley, homo of his daughter, Mrs. E. E. 111., after spending sovoral days hero Dlrkhead. the kubs.s of relatives. Mr. Clarenco Fields, a former HartMrs. Step Sosh and daughters, Le- ford boy, but now of Now Orleans, shaking na Kao and Bonnie, hrvo returned was in town Wednesday home after a short visit with friends hands with his old friends. Mr. Fields is returning south after a nnd relatives at Drahcaboro. visit at Columbus, Ohio. The Lady Maccabees of this place Miss Wllma Lowe, who has been gave a kitchen shower last Thursday evening for their nowly married undor treatment at Owensboro for some timo arrived homo Friday to Maccabce, Mrs. W. It. Wydlck. spend a few days with her parents, Mrs. Golda Ilaydorf and Miss Eth-len- o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowe. Sho was Monarch, of Owensboro, return- accompanied homo by her cousin, ed home yesterday, after a week's Miss Virginia, who will bo her guest visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Itiley. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Everly of Ma- -, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O. Woodring are tanzas left yesterday for Fort Worth the proud possessors of an eight-poun- d Texas, on an extended visit with rela-M- r. boy. The little fellow arrived fives, and Mrs. Everly will go Sunday and has been christened Wil- from Fort Worth to Cedar Edge, Colo., whero they will visit Mrs. liam Omer Jr. erly's Mrs. W. C. Overhuttz Mr. and Mrs. Itolllo Foreman of and M r. Overhultz. Narrows, attended the wedding of Mr. Foreman's sister, Miss Mary Mrs. James Lyons and daughter, Jane Foreman, at this place last Miss Dorca3, of Atlanta, arrived here Thursday evening. Tuesday from Corbin, whero they have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. CarTho cutoraobllo of Mr. Lon Owen son and Mrs. Lyon's son, Dr. Willis of Adaburg, was stolen Sunday night. Lyons, for the past few weoks. Mrs. It was located in Owensboro tho fol- Lyon3 and Miss Dorcas will probalowing day, the thief having abandon- bly be hero for the rest of tho sum, mer. ed It after he reached that city. Ev-slst- FEEL COOL , well dressed and at ease in a s .... . KEEP KQOL m SUMMER SUIT Cheeiy, breezy models suggesting Summer recreation in eveiy line. Suit is an investment in style, an insur- A Keep-Kool ance against discomiort, a guarantee against serviceability. l, Let us show you the newest Model in Genuine Palm Beach Tropical Worsteds . Keep-Koo- Mrs. Rowan Holbrok was the host See William Duncan Friday night Juno 17th at STAIl THEATRE in of an informal tea given In honor of "Fighting Fate." Thrilling climax Mrs. Ft L. Felix last Saturday afterreached in this episode. Also Ethel noon. The ladies present were: Clayton In "The City Sparrow." Mcsdames C. M. Barnett, A. W. Logan, J. S. Glenn, J. R. PIrtle, W. M. Mr. and Mrs. Olllo Schrikol of De- -' Fair, John B. Wilson, T. T. Frazier catur, Ala., left Tuesday for Owens- -' and Misses Lettle Marks and Mamie boro, where they will visit relatives Bennett. the rest of the week. They will return to their homo next Monday. Mr. Leslio Hagerman, who has In nil sizes. lce CreaIn Freezers been on tho Herald force for the Trie Hartford Republican 50t3 WILLIAMS & TAYLOIt. Mr. C. B. Howard, who has been past two years, has gono to Louisomployed for tho past few months ' ville to accept a position with the1 .ILWU 17 KItllJAV. jjr Marvin Parks mado a hurried with the Bond Tie and Timber Com- -' Masonic Home Journal. Mr. Hagerbusiness trip to Evansvillc last Fri pany will arrive homo today to man will operate tho linotype for the day returning Sunday. spend several days with his family. Journal and instruct the youngsters ' at tho homo in the art of running the AND SOCIAL EVENTS Row L. K. May presiding elder of Mrs. O. T. Burns took her Sunday machine. this, district, was tho guost of Rev. School Class to Bishncr Friday on a 49U T. T. Frazler Sunday. All kinds of stock peas. pivnic. Mrs. C. E. Smith and A. Masters Joseph and Beverly MilW E. ELLIS & BRO W. Bennett accompanied the party ler accompanied by their grandfathMiss Beulah Palmer, of Mctlonry, and assisted in tho entertainment. er, Mr. C. B. Caldwell, of New OrFlower Pots, all sizes at BJJUill OU1IUUJ' UI1U AUUIIUU iuu uoai leans, La., spent Thursday and FriWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. of Miss Elizabeth Davidbon. Ethel Clayton in "Tho City Spar- day in Louisvlllo. Mr. Caldwell, row" also William Duncan in "Fight- who has been visiting his daughter, Mr. Howard Ellis spent Monday In Miss Loureno Collins spent the. ing Fate" at the STAR THEATRE, Mrs. Joo T. Miller and Mr. Miller week-en- d Owensboro, on business. tho guest of her paronts, Friday night June 17. Regular ad- for the past fow days, returned to mission. Show starts at usual hour. his home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R..T. Collins. Jl Jkftl&&(90, H - " Mohairs Cool Clothes, etc. Car li mG ' Hartford, Kentucky. 322SSE3 HP I mmw.mti&73-.j:vr2Ts?irsrmzv;- mum in iiiii iiiiiim n mibiiiiiiiiiiii mniiumjiiiMiit iiibw l TiThr wnrw " . " ihiim-iiii- m iiihiiw j of Decatur, Mr. -- Join Johnson, Ala., 13 in Hartford on a short visit. Mr. John Taylor Is back fn Hartford, after a visit with relatives at Mnceo. Mrs. J. T. Mooro of Louisville, arrived here Saturday to spend several days the guest of relatives. Highest Cash Prlc-- s and paultry. W. E. ELLIS Mr. Charlie Mrs. L. E. Everly of Matanzas, spent tho week-en- d tho guest of paid for eggs Mrs. Joe C. Bennett and Mr. Bon-net- t. & Why not mak- - your kitchen cool and pleasant this summer by using a New Process oil stovo, the kind that uses less oil. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Agents. BRO. Mrs. Ira Bean spent last week-en- d Wedding, ono of our with her slstor, Mrs. B. L. Taylor Ohio County boys, was In Hartford and Mr. Taylor, of the Goshen neighborhood. Saturday. Mrs. R. B. Culley of Stanley, Is Mr. John Llndley has moved into E. Rhoads proporty on Mul- sponding tho week with her daughter, Mrs. Lyman G, Barrett and Mr. berry street. tho E. Barrett. We have field fence, rabbit, poultry Mrs. Walter D. Evitts, wife of the 42tf nnd barbed wire fence. local depot agent, has gone to W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for a two weeks' visit with who has relatives. Holbrook, Mr. Harold been sick for tho last fow days is Mr. and M,rs. A. P. Kirk returnablo to bo out again. ed home yesterday, after a weeks Mrs. C. 0. Hunter will return Visit with relatives In Owensboro and home today after a woek'B visit with Louisville. relatives at Mcllonry. Miss Mildred Stevenson, Mr. Parke Soo us for all kinds ot grass and Taylor and Mrs. W. M. Hudson were guests ot Miss Mary tho week-en- d field seeds. Quality first. Barnard, of Island Station. ELLIS & BRO, W. E. Hop-kinsvil- le again. Miss Myrtle Lashbrook who has also been confined t6 the sick Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Martin enter- room for tho past several months is tained a number of the friends of able to resume her. work again. their daughter, Little Miss Gwendolyn, with a picnic near town last son ot Master William Bennett, Friday evening. It was in honor ot the late Captain Earl Bennett, arrivTittle lady's ninth birthday. tho several ed heTe Wednesday days tho guest of his uncle, Mr. R. E Miss Mattio Duke arrived home Duko, and Mrs. Duke. William came Saturday, from Shelbyvillo, to spend hero from Welch, W. Va., whero be tho summer wkh her parents, Mr. has been attending school for the and Mrc. J. D. Duke. Miss Duko has past year. Ho makes his homo with Just completed her second successful his aunt, Mrs. J. W. Slack, ot that year in tho Shelbyvillo High School. city. Mr. L. T. Riley is back homo afS. Hart at the STAR William ter' an extended trip to Louisville and THEATRE, Saturday night June 18, Dawson Springs. Mrs. Riley and in ono ot his own productions, "The daughter Lois Janes, aro vlstttug her Cradle of Courage." This Is one of sister, Mrs. A. V. McFeo at Johnson, tho cleanest shows of the season. EvTennessee. eryone, evorywhero has given it tho highest praise. You'll regret It If Misses Clitfie Felix and Elizabeth you miss. Two shows, doors open atj Moore were two from here, of a par7:00, first show 7:30, second snow ty of eight, who left Tuesday, return- starts at 9:00. Admission 25 cents. ing yesterday from a motor trip to the Mammoth Cave. They report a of Miss Arlle Marion Thomas very enjoyable trip. graduated from Holy Louisville, Rosary Academy, in that city last Mr. E. P, Casebler went to Owens- week. She1 also won one ot the boro Wednesday, returning the same two scholarships to tha University day bringing his wjfe, who has re- ot Louisville, annually given by thO cently undergone a successful opera- Academy as a reward or merit, sne tion, back "with him. Sho is reported will enter tho University in Septemas getting along1 Una ber. Mips Thomas Is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Thomas, If you enjoy a good latfgh don't formerly ot this, county. w miss Larry Se'mon in "Tho Stage Hand,"' at Tho' STAR THEATRE SatFOR BALE. urday night June 18. William "3. Hart's production, "Tho Cradle of 4 acres ot ground with good ImCoUrage' is also, on the bill. Two shows, first at 7:30 Bocond at 9.00. provements, adjacent to Hartford. Hartford, Ky. Word has been received here to the effect that Mr. Glenn Barnes who nas uoc.n quite ill at uoiorauo Springs, Colo., Is out ot tho hospital and Is on tho road to full health NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves For Deticious Food and Ovens Perfection bakes and cooks everything perfectly. It's the popular oil stove you've read about so much in your magag zines the stove with the Long Blue Chtm ney Burner. Come in we'll demonstrate to you Vthai cleans intense cooking heat really is, --U .' quick-lightin- SfiS? JKB5 - ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. TKTT 'IV j? 'l $ - r Miss Emily Pendleton left Monday Mrs. W. C. Blankenship returned home Friday after having spent' sev- to visit her sister, Mrs. Bernico Fro3t and Mr. Frost, at Mogg. Sho is exeral days at Dawson Springs. pected to return home today. made a hurJudgo Jno. B. Wilson Ilavo you dono your spring house ried business trip to Louisvlllo Moncleaning? Wo have all the impleday. day, returning tho same ments with which to do it. Brooms, - mops, soap and w.oshing ponders of Mr. Setu Rlloy, of Owensboro, arSaturday to spend several all klh'ds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. rived hero days visiting relatives and friends. jillsa Kathjoon Tlchenor o Genter-tow- n, spent Thursday' awl Friday tho Buy Summer time moans bay time. KUTTER Pitch ForK, me guest of Miss Ernestine Ralph. Mtes a KEEN Tlchenor Ralph accompanied Mis guaranteed kind. 1 Admission 25 cents. home, returning Monday. WIUilAMS & TAYLOR. Cultivators Mowing Machines Hay'' Rakes WE HAVE THE BEST MADE , Write us at once for special price, JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANA 1 FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. 3 See CAL P. KEOWN. Blt4 language and a set quality upon U. S. II!()lt IIKFKATS Mfolh tifttAa innv li u villHi... J am.1 ' "ONK Illfl UNION" 1I1KA VU RIIU " ivii j'ajwn iait fixed. Experience has shown that the product which are sold by grade ItllAVKK DAM. Denver, June 10Delegntes to the C1HCUIT COUUT. ngricultural exhibition In Japan find a better market, bring better convention of the Metal Trades De- - Judge .Trices Or Fjinn Crops IIolow 1'rc-WIt. W. Slock, Oweniboro. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McICennay. about 5 years ngo anil sent to the prices, nnd can be handled at les ex ' paitment of the Aemrlcan Federation Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, llart- A crane. Clerk R. W. King. In the variety trials It pense than those sold without refer- - lof . nl,or .,,, afternoon bv nn nvnr-Important Department. Tlie prices of six of the l exceedingly promising for ence to standards. Police Judge J. W. Cooper. Standards have whelmlne vote defeated a proposal dork A. C. Porter, Hartford, crops on May 1 of this year were be- appeared prewnr average prices for use ns n green vegetable and was already been fixed for many farm designed to bring about the organl- - Muster Commissioner Marshal R. F. Stevens. low tho Otto C. Mar that date, according to figures col found very prolific. During the past commodities, such ns American Up- aatlon of one big metal trades union tin, Hartford. , FORDSVILLL'. corn, wheat, in :ho United States. lected liy the Huroau of Crop Eti- - two years It has been grown exten- land cotton, shelled Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Kcown, by the boys' and girls' canning oats, and for small fruit container?. mates, United States Department of sively Representative of tho Internation- Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Hartford. Agriculture. These crops are corn, clubs of the north. As a green vege-oat- s. These Federal standards apply only al Association of Machinists, who in-- 1 1st Monday in March 1 days Clerk Olla Cobb. be picked when when the product Is Intended for inbarley, flax, potntoes, and cot- -' table, the pods should troduced the resolution, were vigor Com'th. and Civil Police Judge C. P. Kesslnger. report showed that the the seed Is about full grown. These terstate or foreign commerce. It Is ously scoied ns advocating and at- 1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. ton. The Marshal Grant Pollard. prices of the three grains wheat, beans may be canned like green peas highly important to secure State co- tempting to revivo the "one big 1st Monday in July 13 days were above the nnd make an excellent green vegeta- operation so that the provisions that union" Idea in this country. rye, and buckwheat Com'th. and Civil. apply to a few products will apply to prewar average prices. During April ble for the winter. The debato was long and bitter, 3d Mondny In September IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR Tho Hahto Is a bush variety, very all that are offered for sale. average price of wheat declined pri:.si:nt yhais the representatives of the Pattern Mnr-er- s Civil. from ?1.50 to $1,211 per bushel. prolific, and suitable for forage and League of North America, tho 4th Mondny In November IS days It requires about 130 days Open limine Comliit; Unck. E. 8. County Board of Education Tho report shows that In general the pasture. International Brotherhood of Boiler Com'th. and Civil. The range stock business in Arlao-n- n Makers and the International BrothIndustrial crops, such as flax, cotton, ta reach full maturity, but may be Howard, S. S. 0. C. is looked upon as an industry en- erhood of Electrical Workers, vigorCOUNT!" COURT. and brom corn, are the most depress- used as a green vegetable in about DIv. No. 1 II. A. Owen, Hartford, ed in price, and that food crops such 115 days. In addition to its use as tirely separate from farming, and ously opposing the proposal. Meets first Monday in each month. Routo 6. as wheat, rye, potatoes and apples, a green bean, the mature seeds make farming with stock raising. Reports Judge Mack Cook. A rollcall showed that the resoluan excellent dried bean more easily received by tho United Staten De- tion was dofeated by .1 vote of 3,210 Div. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvllle. show relatively less decline. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. The prices In various parts of the canned and of a better flavor than the partment of Agriculture fchow tht't to 171. Tho International Associa Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, DunClerk W. C. Blankenshlp. country vary, with South Dakota be- varieties of soy beans ordinarily ob- the old type of range Is not continu- tion of Machinists was the only union Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee ing as profitably ns it was a decade to voto solidly for tho resolution. The tained on the market. dising the center of the low-priSuperintendent E. S. Howard. Div. No. 4 ilobt. Golf, Roslne. ago. The old-tiantagonism be Metal Polishers'' Association Union trict, the May 1 report shows. The Jailer Worth Tichenor. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beaver nverage price of wheat In that State Value of .Milk in The Diet SllOMll tween stockman and farmer is being delegation was split, while the Metal D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. overcome gradually. ' Thcro is now Trades Council of Chicago voted In was 90 cents per bushel, and In some Surveyor C. S. Moxley. With l.tit DIv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. A striking exhibition of the value a reaction from the practico of home- tho affirmative counties It was as low as 70 cents. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. Corn was selling at an average price of milk in the diet has been prepared steaders of breaking up tho pastures FISCAL COURT. by the Dairy Division of the United by settling on land whore they could I'HEIIISTOIUO LIKE IS of 32 cents per bushel in South DakoCounty Board of Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, ta, while the average price for the States Department of Agriculture for not make a living and in some inTRACED TO NW .IKKSKV Mrs. Birdio Midklft nnd October. was nearly CO cents. use in educational milk campaigns. stances miles of fences are being re"United States Ira Jones. Ed Shown, Hartford, Tho price of oats was 23 cents per The exhibit consists of two stuffed moved and the ranges established What is believed by the finder to 1st District Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th where dry farming has been found be tho oldest remains of prehistoric Routo 3. bushel In South Dakota, the average and mounted rats, one a large-bone- d 17th. for the United States being 36. S healthy specimen, the other an under- to be unprofitable. lifo on earth have been uncovered in 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. cents. The report showed a big de- sized weakling with skin clinging to the marl pits at Marlton, N J. Prof EXAMINATIONS Appearance Counts in Marketing cline in the price of old potatoes, its poorly developed bones. J. H. Ruckman, federal geologist, has 8rl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. The selling value of fresh fruit found shells which ho declares to be Uh District G. W. Rowe, Center- especially In Michigan, where the avCommon School Diploma May 14 The Illustration compares an adeerage was 29 cents a bushel, which quate diet containing all the food es- and vegetable shipments town. is Judged 15 million years old. Traces and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam jf W. C. Dougherty.Balze- - and Fordsvllle.. was 20 cents below the average for sentials with an Inadequate, poorly largely on appearance when received giant liznrds and huge animnls lonK,RU Dku-ic- t town. May 21 and 22 County Teachers-Examinatithe United States. chosen diet, lacking some of the food say spcallists of tho Bureau of Mar- extlnct nre among other specimens kets, United States Department of which have been brought to light in "lh district W. S. Dean, Dundee, nt Hartford, (Whlto). Clocr Tests Caii'.o Serious Loss essentials. The large, 7,h "'"flct B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. May 2S and 29 County Teachers healthy rat had Its cereal diet sup- Agriculture. Fruit should be well that tranquil nnd seldom-heard-1 l8th "'trlet B. C. Rhoades. Hart- - Examlnotion nt Hartford, (Colored). Decided Ijicrease In the destructive plemented with milk, and the advan- graded or assorted, packed in the Jerev town ford, Route 5. most approved manner, and shipped June IS and 19 County and Stattv tage accruing Is shown by the The discoveries, according to the I nttacks by the lesser clover leaf weeTeachers' Examination nt Fordsvllle, tissues, muscles, and bones, when weather and market conditions authority, give Marlton the greatest vil, a serious insect pest, in the States HARTFORD. (White). range of such specimens in the of Illinois, Indiana and Missouri is re- the smooth hair, the bright eyes, and seem most favorable. Mayor J. E. Bean. Grading is one of the most Im- world, extending June 25 and 2C County and State from the period insect the healthy color of the living rat. ported thru the country-wid- e Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, pest survey conducted by the Bureau The protein of milk is capable of portant factors in preparation for the when shellfish represented the only Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). of Entomology, United Stntes Depart building muscular tissue. The min- market. It is being studied by spe- animate life. The find of the shells Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept 17 and IS County and State This pest, it is eral of the milk, especially lime, cialists of the bureau from every an- is said to upset all calculations as to ment of Agriculture. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, ROCKPORT said, In conjunction with the clover-lea- f builds strong bones, and the food ac- gle. Grades, which are optional, havo the age of the marl deposits in that j (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. cessories (vitamines) of the milk been suggested for a number of com part of the country. weevil and the clover-roo- t Sept. 21 and 25 County and Clerk N. H. Bratcher. modities, and this work is being con sometimes accompanied by a insure growth and health. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Examination nt Hartford, The small rate was deprived of tinued. 1'OrAs.H FROM SAND fungous disease, is becoming so se(Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. The marketing of tho apple crop A plant is being constructed to rious in parts of Ohio that alsike and milk and other adequate sources of sweet clover are being substituted by these necessary food constituents, suggests the value of grading. If ap- extract potash from a peculiar kind farmers for red clover, it being Im- hence the weak, gelatinous bones, ples were not graded, the entire crop of green sand found in considerable thin muscles, lack of growth, and con- would have to be disposed of within quantities in New Jersey. The sand ' possible to grow the latter crop Wants' stant loss in weight and size. Both four months. It is estimated that is said to contain seven or eight per proper handling has extended the cent of this chemical which is indisiits. had wheat biscuits, but only one marketing period to seven or eight pensable as a fertilizer and In nu- -' Hominy Gilts Arc llu-i- s of Two De- had milk with the biscuits. These rats were chosen from two months. Investigation and experience morons industrial processes. Lime licious I'ti(I(Iiiig. Hominy grits arecomparatlvely in- -' cage1!, each containing six rats. On have both shown that it only pays to and brick are to be turned out as by. expensive, and are excellent as a March 21 each group weighed 4SD ship the best produce. Stock which products of the plant. It is announced FOR PERSONAT. MVr.lFNP o9 cooked breakfast cereal or as a foun- Kin 1,1s. All rats were you 111; a'nd tiie is not suitable for storage and shipDissolved In water for douches atcpf V ' pelWc catarrh, ulceration nnd inflamdation for other dishes. Here are same age. On May 4 both groups ment may be disposed of in tho viWOULD Rl'V .lAMKSTOW.V mation. Recommended by Lydia E. two recipes for using hominy grits, wore again weighed. Tho six rats cinity where grown, and the lowost Pinkham Med. Co, for ten years. 542.3 quality should be diverted to byrecommended by food specialists in' receiving milk had gained Washington, June 13 Recom- A healing wonder for naal catarrh, Department of Ag- grams. The others showed a loss of product factories. ore throat nnd lorcovn the United States mendation to buy historic Jametuwn H11 cltraonfinary draining and Homicidal 17.1 grams each, or 102.7 grains for rowtr. riculture: Island, the site of the settlement Sacrui Children "? wi anjesuu. cr ua.nai.1 bv . ToIihoco Blue Mold Cheeked. mat the lot of six. "1""lTllf ' Company. 1 cup hominy grits. Man. J made famous by.Captalu John Smith, A Safe Old Fashioned blue-mol- d &? The disease which de has been made to Congress by RepreThis is not considered a scientific 5 cup1; milk. Remedy for Worms experiment, but a simple exhibit to veloped In tho tobacco seed beds In sentative Bascom Slemp. the sole 1 teaspoon salt. district in March Republican member of the Houe .yum show the effects of an inadequate the Florida-Georgi- a 1cup at sugar. rrxasn,vnwa?xizBt gsaaMOEUlSf use is the best and which lator spread to the fields, from Virginia. diet, as proved by experimental 1 cup chopped seeded dates. monial PREY'S VERMIFUGE jfoPS&l FS has been arrested by the dry weathei I! 1 teaspoon vanilla. can offer you. It is stated in his resolution that: Keep n bottle always on if the latter part of April and the first Add the salt and hominy grits to "Whereas, the first permanent hand. It will help keep tho milk, and cook in a double boiler Bulletin Gives Control Method For week of May. The heavy rains In English se'tlement in the Western the little one healthy the middle of May did not bring fur- Hemisphere was made at Jamestown one. hour. Add sweetening, dates, I'laj; Smut. and happy. SOcabntileatyoufdnifEiat'aor nnd vanilla and mix well. Partly Methods for controlling flag smut, ther development of mold on the new- Island, Va., on the 14th day of May, (metal atoie; or ii your dealer can liupplyyou.aendliianame cool before serving. a destructive disease of wheat, are ly developing leaves. The crop Is 1607, and Anglo-Saxo- n institutions Succeed when everything else fails. and 30c in alanine and well given in Fanners' Bulletin 1213, Flag growing well and tho United States there obtained their permanent hold (Fruit Scallop.) In nervous prostration and female end you a borne promptly. E. & S. FREY. Eilfcart. Mi. weaknesse" they are the suoreme cups cooked hominy grits. 1 Smut of Wheat and Its Control, Is- Department of Agriculture believes In the New World, and remedy, ai thousands have testiflej. 1 cup stewed and sweetened apri- sued for free distribution by the Unit it probable that there will be no ma "Whereas, this historic spot not FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND terial further development of the only possesses a unique Interest in cots. ed States Department of Agriculture. STOMACH TROUBLE cup apricot juice. Tho disease was discovered in 1919 disease. the sacred traditions of tho nation, it is the best medicine ever cold a tablespoon butter. near Granite City, Madison County, endeared alike to the people of all over a druggist's counter. Into a greased baking dish place, III., and in 1920 was found in 111 sections, but also recalls in a singuWILL first, a layer of the hominy grits fields confined to 47 square miles. lar manner the common ties of blood I which have been mixed with the Black stripes running lengthwise and language which unite us with TAKE For Infants and Children fruit juice, then a layer of the stew- In the leaves and leaf sheaths are 'he mother country, and which have of the owner a small portion of ed fruit. Itepeat until dish is nearly typical of flag tmut. Diseased plants In Use Over Years been reunited and strengthened by Jamestown Island (about 22 actes) full. Dot over with the butter, and are stunted and rarely head more than a century of unbroken has been dedicated to historical purThe Always bears sprinkle with one tablespoon of su diseaso is spread by spores carried the peace and by our common participa- poses, but the greater part of Its A Treafment gar mixed with cinnamon. Bako until on the seed, and by spores left in the Signature of acres remain subject to private tion In tho World War, and SnflHwBik. mpTt for WEAK brown. Serve hut or cold with sauce field on Infected plant material or "Whereas, through the generosity ownership." or top milk. on the ground, whero thoy may bo LUNGS or h'J'KIKK AFFKCTS COUNTRY' Dried or canned fruit can lie used. scattered In variouu ways, and infect CONSUMPTION wheat seedlings in tho fall. A general htriko has been called Dependable Slrcj Puy Hot. inTreat with formaldehyde the throughout Norway and the governBt3 A Quick relief (or that tired, (cellar, Methods of raising good calves that fested grain an it cornea from the ment has called in troops to protect couchi, paint In cheat, night iweati, hemor. will develop well and tbow no Hlgnu thiasher. Burn Infested btraw. Sow rbagea, weak lunci or consumption. II II doe Chrlstlanla and other cities. Tho of xunilness are given by a South disease-fre- e seed on noninfested land. salloru went out first on proposed B doi np you 11 coat you BOimol. Carolina Jivc-stoowner in a Btato-me- Treat with copper sulphate and lime wage 1 Lock, box etc OHIO MEDICAL CO. 33 per cent, and eduction of COLUMBU O. to tho United States Depart- tho seed wheat to be town In the soon many of the municipal plants B Black-DraugFor years wfchtve used ht in our family, ment ol .Agriculture Tho farmer ad- infested area. and I have never found any medicine that could take its weie also clobed down by the strike. vises: The bulletin may be had upon ap- When tho railroad men quit work the place." writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta1. Uso purebred sires which have plication to tho Division of Publi- army cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black-Draug- ht B and navy were mobilized, the cations, United States Department of behind thorn an established record as a medicine that should be kept in every house- B government declaring the strike orno guesswork. Agriculture. hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to preganized by the bolshevlkl for revolu2. Ubo purebred milk cows which vent them from developing into serious troubles. B tionary purposes. Many clashes ocnro bred for production and which Glo the Dairy Cow Salt. curred between the strikers and the have proper points, Mich as deep udSalt is required by all animals. police. All newspapers have susB d der, teats, broad flanks, The dairy cow requires an ounce or pended publication except the socialdeep abdomen etc. more a day, say specialists of the ist organs, which continue to report qE 3. Feed only warm milk while United States Department of AgriB the situation as highly pleasing. calves are young. Gradually begin culture, and while she should be givBLACK-DRAUGH' violence, sabbotage and feeding proper grain after second en all hhe, needs, she should not be Strikes, always please the profesbloodshed month. Do not allow them too much forced to take more than she wants. sional revolutionists. B Feelirftrht nil tho time. TWt Inv nS grass. Give plenty of pure water, It Is best, therefore, to give only a It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy mm days by'taking calomel and never allow exposure to rain or small quantity on tho feed, and to declared. "It is one of the best medicines I oversaw for a B from work for Liv- Ver-LuTKACII GERMAN LANGUAGE when pleasant x keeps yon extreme .cold wind. cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our place rock salt In boxen in the yard Resumptlqn of tho teaching of . on your feet, whilorclIevingyourtrou Black-Draugfamily if it wasn't for where bhe-caIt has saved us many B le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dort lick It ut will. German has been authorized in the I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars Jluiilo Hoy. Itean Prolific Anil I'uluta-- v B tako anything else. You can't afford schools of tho District of Columbia syx lilo' Vegetable. Stnndtirdlml Products Bring Better after having been eliminated from the B out it. I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep B k. .eliminates poisons, cleanses cpt tern and relieves constipation.tt A in the house. Attention of farmers in tho Southhighly and am B ural remedy, natural in its actions, nCr Prices. B never without I recommend Black-Draug- ht curriculum since 1917. The disit." ern and Central Static Is being atWithout uniform standards for continuance was occasioned by ac- B certain In results. 1 B in its effect nndbefore uu. VeLax will At all druggists. won't do long tracted to the Hahto varloy of soy farm produco there Is no recognized tion of congress which expressly stipB completely displace calomel in ever beans as a most palatable and basis for tho butlnets of buying and ulated that none of the money aphome.; Children can take it freely an4 greon vegetable similar to soiling, says tho Bureau of Markets, propriated at that time for the Bchool nutritious' with perfect eafoty. Every bottle guar. lima and butter beans. A small United States Department of Agri- should bo used in teaching Gorman, miieeu. wc ana si in bottles. Non genuina without the likeness and steij 1.81 packet of seed of this variety was ob- culture, Standardization of products The language will be made an elective Gri8ly. for sale by r mm m 6lro ol tained by a uiltslouary at u county gives beller and purchaser a common subject. FARM DEPARTMENT. DIRECTORY ,,.i j for I on of ed j cur-culi- o, State-Teacher- f Every Woman Mothers use " , vem the vermrage For m -4 Brif trie CASTOR For A wnuBanavtm 30 ffcff YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY m&fa 00 mBKBk'W DBBBtiannDnBnDiDBDnnnaBHaBHB FOR. ONE MONTH g ck nt Colds fie Headache B B USE LI V-VER-- well-space- THEDFORD'S T For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. B , n ... ht. I Bfl Accept No Imitations - MMMMUMMMMMU nn S B 0 'T''''V, Urtfr JlliS HAN DREADED HptttK ! TO SEE NIGHT COME when snake limiting Was So Restless He Could Not Sleep And Daylight Was Always Welcome. "With the exception of .... . .. ....... II LIJ11IM 1RCII t.l I. 1111 -- a 111 morn than eight weeks, l ,it anything, "said Cnpt. (loo. W. limbic, residing nt lOfi Jennings St. Knnxvlllp, Toiut., n highly respected citizen of that city. '1 mil now nhle," continued Cap-tai- n Womble, "ailor taking two hol lies of Tanlac. to oat practically any-- 1 pling I had n bad form of stomach .....1 I., ...... .in fr.i.ililit .... t. I.,..,? Jlllll iiinniMini ........... tnf .. .'..., time and for months my condition had been such that 1 sufferod agony 1 got mo I could not oat the slniplost I tried doctor after doctor food and all kinds of medicine but nothing that was prescribed for mo soem-- i to do me any good. I had a ter rible pain In my breast Just over jny heart and for weeks and weeks no relief. Y'-o-t "I finally got go nervous that I actually dreaded to see night como as 1 amid not sleep and was always so that I would rejoice to see r tle-s Might come. I was also conetl- In fact, life . p.t. J all of the time. a burden and 1 was so that I was almost on tho vergo Several of my neighof despair bors told iio about Tanlac and ndvls- It. i' Ml" 0 .. ' I am personally acquainted with Mr Dan M Chambliss, of the llrm of Kuhlman & Cbanibllss, and when I told Mm of my condition and how I tuff. rid he advised me to begin taking Tanlac without dolay.and that It had relieved hundreds of tho best 1 have now p. ople in Knoxvllle. two bottles of Tanlac and nm til.n In the Mixing ou this testimonial Jinpe that It may induco othors to take it Slnco taking thla medicine 1 actually feel like I had been niHdo all uer again with the youth, energy and ambition of n sixteen yonr old bo " 1 1 -mis-n.ible little milk ... iimet 1111 could not -. Iu -.- the freak Inst year X nn the moun-- ! 1 Waranw, Ind., Juno 10. Virgil tains but It eluded him. tt In naltl farmer hoy, was to lp the only whit rnttlesnuko on Decker, found guilty of tho murder In thai J record. first degrco In connection with the death of Leroy Lovett hi associate, v. v. will m: KltLKASKI) I'ltO.M JAIL by a Jury In the Circuit Cotir'. here tonight. He was sentenced to life out The Jury wna Kansas City. Mo.. Juno 10 Nine- - Imprisonment. teen industrial Workers of tho World less than three hours. Young Decker showed no emotion lia l.fti! a rn I f 'jitirt fit mill V I ft tail ttit 111 IIC UVMII VWUIV viiil'ivirii City, Kan., In December 1919, when tho vordlct was road or when Kansas of activities designed to hinder the sentonco was passed. Ho seemed In successful prosecution of tho war, oxcollent spirits when ho was taken will he released, Fred Kobortson, U. back to his cell. The case of Docker, who was ac- S. District Attorney In Kansas City, Kansas, announced today. Mr. Rob cused of murdering Lovott, said to ertson said the Uovornmont would have been his "double," a the outnot annoa! from the ruling of tho come of an alleged conspiracy beiTnlted States Circuit Court of Ap- tween members of tho Decker family nt St. Paul. Minn., which declar- - to kill Lovett, claim his body as that V9a . ......... .. In life 1 ..... ft mi? l.lt.in..Ht till' nisi uuiiiii. ui .l.n uiuiuwiiuiib of Decker and collect Insurance was given to the Jury at against the men Invalid. 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, ,' 4 ft The Instructions of me court inMI'.MOIIIAL TIlKIJ PLANTKH cluded a possible finding that tho deAs pnr of the conimoncoment day fendant may have been of unsound exercises of the N. Y. Institute of Ap- mind. The Decker case is ono of the plied Agriculture, a white oak tree ev strangest over to come to the attenwas planted in soil collected from Saturday ery stato In tho Union and from every tion of locnl authorities. United night, March 12, n young man was country associated with the States In the World war. More than found in a dying condition on a raila year was taken to collect the soil road crossing near Bourbon, Ind. The body was Identified as that of Virgil from the' various countries. Decker by momhers of the Decker family. Cl'.VS TO HIT TAItOHTS On the following Monday the body I II1ICTV MILKS DISTANT was identified by Samuel Lovett, ElkSpeaking nt a meeting of the Am- hart, Intl., as that of his son, Leruy, erican Society of Mechanical En- and Virgil Decker was arrested at gineers Dr. R. A. Kckhardt declared Marlon, Ind. HIi two brothers, Calvin and Fred that It may soon be possible to mnko ranges Decker, and his mother, Mrs. LytUa perfect hits with cannon at awaiting of from 2B to 30 miles. Necessary Decker, are In Jail hero - j trial precision in sighting will bo obtainDuring tho trial several alleged ed, he said, with tho aid of a confessions oi Virgil were introduced. meawhich Is capable of X suring velocities down to 1.1500 second. . FOR FLETCHER'S Kiiw 1 iMiuars DECKER DRAWING LIFE TERM, CALM ' t GALLON fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. JR BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &., EBT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in, THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Children Cry 1 I'KA.viii-oii- ; HACKS SAPIIIO PLAN OASTO . RA Hartford Printing Company INCOUPORATED "What do you understand by suf-- j d firing for righteousness' ake?" teacher of Httlo the Sunduy-schonsk-rfol iarli -Please, miss," was tho reply, "It .means having to como to Sunday-fcchool- ." London Auswcrs. - i MV TO FOKKCAST WKATHIMt. Pointing out that weather conditions on tho earth depend largely on jllie sun, a Canadian t "Addlo soro because I kissed her last night." "Why don't you tell her you're "So you consider Jack misleading fully observing tlu orb. Ho says Why, dear?" sorry then?" may bo uece.cti to study the and disappointing. that It "Well, he had mo on tho tenter"I should say not! If I told her sun and keep leoords for 50 or 100 again-- " it w.il bo possible hooks last night in expectation that that she's never speak to me years more before going to ask mo to go to tho Legion Weekly. to foretell tho amount of precipita- he was tion, temperature otc, months In theator." Nellie Do you love me, Charlie "No, he only ask mo to marry Mm.' Advance but ho is confident that this Charlie Sure. eventually. ability will be attained Ngujg Then why don't your chest courting you, Mr. Hanson "Is In Alice?" her chum Doris asked her go up and down like the hero QUALITIES OF PAINT TESTED tho movies? Tar Baby. day. one m "Not exactly yet." admitted Alice. In order to dotornilno the wearing LIMIT LAWYEUS TO SilOOO? is approaching step by step." qualities of various paints and var- "Hut ho "What do you mean?" nishes ami consequently their effiIf a bill which has been Introduc"Well, when ho first called ho sat ciency as preservative coatings fo d al ed In tho Florida legislature becomes U. S. bureau of all the evening with a wood, metal, etc., tho law, lawyers In that state will not standards brushes samples onto pan- bum in his lap." be allowed to earn an Income over "Yes." then els of wood and metal which aro ho sat with my poodle $3000 a year. All money In excess "Next time exposed on special racks placed on jif that amount would bo turned over tho roof of a building. Hero sun, in his lap." To tho stato for apportionment among "Well?" Tain, heat and cold act on them under for advertising and my little the counties "Last night ho took tho most severe conditions so that the Ifthere are on his knee. So you see. I charitable purposes. Is brother relative value of each coating Bos- any lawyers In the legislature it Is hope it will soon bo my turn." Samples submit Dlalnlv indicated. not hard to guess how they will vote. ted by manufacturers aro tested In' ton Globe. m Most legislative bodies are made up this wny. Laboratory tests aro lawyers and two or s UUIIil) SHIP FOR JAPAN. of mado with a viow to determining attorneys. s purity of ingredients used by manuThe Japanoso naval commission has facturers as well as to working out awarded a contract for tho construc"What Is a widow?" asked tho class, the Improvements In formulas. ship teacher of a Sunday-schofuel supply tion of a 20,000-toJapanese navy to tho New subject of the day's lesson being the for the l'OUMEU KAISKIt STIHS ANtSEK Vni.v Ql.ltiliiiMiHni? C.a. Pnntnln Vn. widow of Ham. There was silence vifttttt Wilholni, who used to bo emperor . - .i. . .n....la.ln .....til ctia nnililpil tn - Httlo- llOV On tumimi ........... - -qermany, decided to go Into tho Kura, cnairmuu ui i proof of that Ja- - her left, nnd said: "You know what. said this contract was Ulln.,g'n real estato business at Doom to the ... ...... la .Inn't X'nll ?" f Or SllO kUOW II.. pail llOSireil omy ineiiuiy mwiwupiu ...uw.. extent of selling a strip of 1110 uoy s moinor tvus hud, with this country. This Is her first tnat land of his estate, outside his fonco3 "Yos'm," he answered, "It's a lady country for many years, He quickly "got order In this for building lots. being entrusted what takes In washing!" England generally In Dutch" with the Idea. The govwork that Is not done ernment on learning of St prohibited with all such $150,000 STOLEN; FAIL TO FIND LOOT the felling of tho trees, and the town at home. mm decided to buy tho tract and preJiAllOU SIIOIITAOK HAWAIIAN Cal., Juno 10. serve It for n park. Tho people of Sacramento, attempt, for a troo Doom resented tho commission of citizens of Ha Whereabouts of a mall bag said to A Is vonoratod In most of Europe, and ..u wiiinh was sent to this country! contain between ?150,000 and $180,- .. 1.1. at their troublo-eom- o by a nlllll u. llXtll 1a AAA thoy look askance tho Hawaiian general assemuiy iuiuuu wunu tt ..u..uo stolen from neighbor. la- - Southern Pacific mall car hero May lay before President Harding the bor conditions In tho islands declare 19 remained a mystery today, followHATTI.EK ON ONLY WHITE Is so ing failure of Roy Gardener, mall JtECOlll) IS CAPTUKEI) that tho labor problem thero . owing to a shortage of farm uu.iu.i, sentenced to 25 years' im rlous, pouch when M. help. They appeal to the United prlsonmont, to find the Plttsflold, Mass., Juno 10. It. States for relief. Tho Japanese taken by federal officers to the Smith and his son, Itobert, today question Is not critical In Hawaii, place he said It was hidden. stick, a caught allvo, with a forked Gardner was taken from the train though 43 per cent of the laborers white ruttlesnako at Black Rock, aro Japanese, against only two per here yesterday while on route from Mount Washington. cent on the Pacific coast. The pres- San Francisco to McNeils Island Tho roptllo 13 two foot long with X knowlodge of d was ident has a two rattlers and a button. It Darnoy McShane, a special agent, Hawaii, having mado a i.i...,,wi i,.nif.iit in Ruvmond I'll xnniiitinns In anil! nardner told federal offlcors In was or the UronxzTo, Now trip to the Island soon after he I San Francisco he hid tho cack con . pink eyes anu uibucu i York. Tho suake has astronomer suggests that general weather conditions may bo accurately predicted six months or a year In advance by care- Hankers business men and growers of Frank fort and Franklin County tonight voiced unanimous approval of tho Mar-j(l- o proposed Hurley Association. of the Saplro Tho Indorsement was made at a meeting wheih was addressed by Judge Itoiiert Hing- Sims, Louisvlllo; Williams ham. Woodford County; J. C. Stone, Lexington nnd Josopr Paesonneau, organizer. Hedford Macklln was named chairfor man to appoint a conimltce campaign In launching tho "sign-uptho county. Hobert Noel, who attended the original Saplro meeting In Louisville declared ho was confident that the plan would not fail. Frankfort. Ky., Juno 10. A guest who was doing full Justice j to the excellent dinner provided by his host was being watched with great i,y nttle daughter of the house. At length she said. "Oh, I wIgh yo were here to dinner ery ,iay." "Tne gllest beamed with satisfac-pla- n ,,on ..Do you mv ear- - why? he Inquirod. "Ilecauso there won't be anything cold to eat tomorrowl" ,...., ., HARTFORD, . KENTUCKY ng - 7' "Maud Is sorry now that she tQok Jack's ring back to tho store to be valued." "The Jeweler kept It. He said that Jack hadn't been In to settle for It, Boston according to his promise." Transcript. o Now Selling at the Lowest Price' Level In Tire History 30x3 32x4 34x4 a - - $24.50 54.90 high-grade post-car- (And Other Sizes in Proportion) Forty-seve- al-f- io Tire repair men, who judge values best, class these tires as n having the sturdiest carcass made. car manufacturers use them as standard equipment They are the quality choice of cord users. four-fifth- three-fifth- . n ol im. h Non-Ski1 B w PjlCbjLSILB ..- ..-- -- 11 -- . ! woo-le- ...,..., This new low price is made possible by strictest economies and specialized production. Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3H-incfabric tires. With a daily capacity d of 6,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined production on a quantity basis. All materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. taining tho bonds under a treo near this city the night before tho robbery of another train. Search under the tree indicated by Gardner, however, failed to reveal the bonds. Tho bandit told tho officers that he had been "doublod-crossed" and that someone else had taken the sack concerning tho No Information ownership of tho honds wa3 made public here served, tho wings of buterflles and moths aro not only beautiful but exThey are traordinarily delicate. covered with a fine dust or powder off if wo which Is easily brushed touch them. When theso creature are caught In a storm this powder may all be blown or washed off, leaving only tho delicate veins and a thln transparent membrane Viewed under the mtcroscop, Science nnd Invention tells us, this dust numorous plates WINGS OF HUTTKUFLIKS AND is found to consist of which overlap each other like the MOTHS shingles of a roof. On more minute each of tho plates or ob- - examination As most people doubtless have T scalos Is discovered to be mado up of a blade or scale proper and a baso or place of attachment, the cntiro scale resembling a leaf. Tho scale consists of numerous fine tissues running from the baso to theMobed tip. In reality theso lines aro tiny tubes, designed probably for conducting air. When light strikes tho tubes It la refracted and broken up Into Its.coiuponent colors the same as when It falls on a prism. To this is duo the bright color of tho wings, the multiplicity or color being caused by tho arrangement of the tubes oa tha an1na 1 I I prl-so- u. first-han- -- iaintor I -- The Init link of a railroad musing the Andoa mountains and conned jrtK the enpltala of llollvla and Argentina la being computed by Arnold in engineer! A French coinpiny and Argentlnan company tried IBijj growers First To Join As then an the Job but failed to fulfill the con1,395,609 Pounds Aro tract. Thta road will be IN- - only one north of the abort one crossing tho Wedged First Day Andea at Valparaiso, whUh U closed part of the year on account of DR.VE NOW IrJ GLUEGRASS the mountain anowa It is planned aomo time in the future to build still' another road from Lima to Uio do t roMm. Ky., Juno 4. Growers of iinlmt limn Aina,itnw riA nntit itiont vnwccinif, UilllUU U tit aiww i liun JVJnri.Otw pounds uC hurley at Its widest part. , th'irad tlio contract or tho CIjKAK ItUN. wj Ituiley Tobacco iiu? Association, nt iliu oien!ti: campaign Mr. C. C. Hoover returned from km : :? i the acino slaii-uOwensboro, Monday. today. llov. Honda Wcstorflold and famirw? repiosenlcd Ity tlio sIkii.i-utliuu 1,401), wUli .in ly, of Sldcll, 111., are now In Ohio llO . uiuiu They will County, visiting relatives. tl.it . Jiioiliutitili Of about 1,000 ami bo here a mouth. JlOJ ji ti Iliu iieio. Two bundled Alvn Kirk and wife, of Iluford, atlive grow era signed the contract, Sunday. wore loiced lo go homo tended church at thin placo inure Vii n: haJng an opportunity to sign, CLASSIFICATION' to uttuml nut of lack of we mo IMS B , AXOTimil TUANS- - I?37 AMJKAX IlIMtOl -- )3iaKfflMtiaBKEEEKS& I i M T ,. ' I p X to 3u U . . 4. tu U Ui. I i from three coiintlos in .ir i'j. jnd four in Kentucky weie . . i)wi.e who bound themselves by contract unions of tin. lio-ye.i- r i i- O ,11; . lgU.Ulllnll. Jiiiin oignulziitlor.s In Carroll made tlio tl:i. a Mpcci.il one fm m"jnberi, and held eiiccinl meet-3- ; jueceedlng dujs t urge tbeiu ' i 1 II . .' ' Tim Soe coutmc-- iniinudliitoly Lmwi nuH iciiru.Ninteil by 7U t jic ai," t e.ii i. .n.l.uiitil that the percentagc-o- i J ann J tin cm was about ti'u The KureUaH, a secret toe-lo-t ol its members. Approximate of Hi m-is, i- - hud Jielu s ineotlii:; J lire tc-- v TJ' !i' j1,' the hem-titof tho plan bcfoic "Jj)il'l. 1bc.'uu with tho .irriwil of the . iiited coiitraciii from l.ouisvilh-- , imdiiuimI nil morning without in )-' ijy iioiiu moro tliuu l.'.O JUajl cle U.-- iig i signed, and others weie m tin- - tabled luster tlia.i jj.J(J jucpaiu the papers for U "Show him up," oaid the patient editor, and tho fuming visitor was' j conducted Into hi3 prosenco. "I want an explanation," cried i the- - visitor, shaking his fist In the editor's face. "Why, what's the matter?" asked the editor. "Seo hero!" shouted tho visitor, "What do you mean by publishing my resignation from my political of- - j j flee In thin way?" Tho editor raised his eyebrows in ; surprise. "Why. I thought you gave out the story yourself." "So I did," roplled tho retiring politician, bursting with rage, "but I didn't tell you to print tho news under tho head of "ruhlic Improve-inents!- " Announce a substantia! reduction in the prices of their cars, effective Jun th J. F. CASEBIER & SON, Beaver Dam, Ky. r r oe THU "KINtt'H A coL-red KXGIASIl" '.., s i.s AlouUsoniery, Ghent, Kj., vu3 Bit jC.iT i. grower County, ami owns about CUd ncv- - f J.iiul suitulile for miblim )h stayed hi C.inoli'nii a!l ii'i'. j i Jirder to Jme the opportuuity I 'i! of tho luigest producers sign the vimtrue of woman one day visited the court house In a Tonnessec town and said to the judge: the roperbate judge?" "Is you-a"I am the judge of probate, mamll of the heirs of Forrest Smith and on Hartford Kentucky on Monday, July the north by the lands of Frank 4. 1921, at about tho hour of 12:30 Ward, being the same land allotted to o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six Jno. and Francis Ilussellbtirg, In the months, the following described prop- tuvision oi mo lanas ot aas. ward, i erty or so much thereof as Is and containing 100 acres cessary: more or loss.' Two tracts of land near Cromwell, The purchaser will bo required to Ohio County Ky bounded as fol, Jit after the uirhai of Judg'j mi, execute bonds immediately after lows: Klcut ' Y. IliiiKliaui, Locisville, cliluC sale, payable In equal installments In Beginning six and twelve months and bearing Morgantown at a stone on side of cpeaj.' of the day, and chalriuan of and fcu t,jLi7iizalion coiumiltce of tlie pro. interest at the rate of C per cent per rner to Lon KitchesHartford roadX.Cotalis?" 23 lot; thence annum from date until paid, with seiMsocialion, a pioccssioii ot 1'osiu curity to be approved by the com- E. 2G poles to a a stone; thenco X. W. by a bunu and a group 1C1 poles to gum; thenco S. 55 Sri" .", iiaadod WATKll-STOHAK TANKS Said bonds to have the E. missioner. oX s" irs who hail signed tiie force and effect of a judgment and W. 11 poles to a stone; thence S. 25 1C1 poles to a stake. X. 70 W. Marched from the courthouse to The U. S. bureau of standards has i a I'en will be retained on tho land tlie ai-- of the bai beetle and burgoo sole .oturthor secure the payment of!" ,VU I'V ,i ...V 1W1U uuiits inuuu oi Hni,i nrwlK 1UH, lilVtl!.CI Will! S.UM lUllll IV Ic,: ULb the afternoon speaking. It lusicu waier-siorug- u .... u....u AW 30 poles to the beginning, con- , a 1 4 concrete mixture and found is viiei that ",000 fannero tool. Given under my hand this the 13th tainlng 40 acres, moro or less. jart. fu nddltion to these inaiiy had that, though there is some los3 of day ot June, 1021. Second tract, adjoining tho above )11(. C. MAltTIX. M. C. O. C. C. nu foot and hi cars. iMj to absoiptlon, tanks made water described and beginning at W. Angles A. D. Kirk, Attorney. iiwng the burgoo feast at 1 :.'U of such a mixture U aro sufficiently south east corner; thence with MorJmluc ltingliam addicssod the wator-pioo- f for all practical purposes MASTKK COMMISSIOXKirS SAM:. gantown nnd Hartford road G9& . cruv yards to a stake; thenco X. 29 E. 129 ju ne of tlieowu's warehouse.-when the material is handled yards to a stake D. A. Miller's lino; L llarkor, meiiiber- of the or-,.liaJj Ohio Circuit Court. thonce with said Miller's line S. 71 committee, hi iiitrodiichig G. Annis. Plaintiff. yards to a stake in said W. G9' Juw jtiDi.'liaiu, read a telegiam from Charllo Do you know when a IE. vs. Xotlco of sale. Anglo's line; thenco with said Angle's It " Vltfi(iii, caiiipalgu secretaiy of baby begins Macy and Mrs. Claud Macy, Claud yards to the beginning, conline 29 to think? fitr . Sit jatloti being formed hy Vir-j- : Defendants. taining 4 acres more or less. Henri Why, sure. a Carolina giowcrs, evpicssiiig :. j By virtue of a judgment and GiThe purchaser will bo required to c&ii,.- - uations and good wishes. Charlie Well, when? rder of mle of tho Ohio Circuit court executo his bond Immediately after 1' i ijieu npplnue was gh en .Judge Henri Mine began to think that entered In tho above styled action at sale, with security to bo approved by Kiu.. . u.i jiiedictlou that mi adi'ipiato I ought to walk tho floor with him its .May term, 1921, directing me as the commissioner, payable in six cxi-- c en nii dissociation law would lie tho first week ho arrived in the house. commissioner of said court to sell tho months, bearing Interest at the rato re. . j v&se.. b) the next session of hereinafter described property, for of G per cent per annum from date tho purpose of paying tho Judgment until paid. Said bond to havo tho tin-- 1 t !u '.$ legibluture. ADMIMSTKATOIl'K XOTICK. of the plaintiff against tho defendants force and effect of a judgment. A - Jhecoi. elusion of Judge Itlugbaui b t In tho bum of $1545.00. with Interest Hen will bo retained on tho land sold ait i. s. .Iiunue, C. Stone, I.oxlngton, All persons having claims agalnct theieon at tho rate of G per cent per. to further secure the payment of itf tiie organisation coininitte;, annum from January 1st, 1920 the estate of Ed Gidcombs decensed ill costs of this action and the and said bond. 551 f J is a lepiosentatlvo of the Given under my hand this the 13th ist srv i ot the r.luograss, thanked tlio ' will iirenent sainn to me. nrnnorlv of this sale, I will offer for sale ft day of Juno 1921. sr--t t of this section for the Impetus proven on or bofore July lstj, 1921 public outcry to tho highest and best i OTTO C. MAPflX, M C. O. C. C. . D. B. Khoads, Attorney. th u.o campaign, unu a- - or they wln be forever barred. And bidder at the court house door In LTiAWM,i,0'K,0,W0rr8..Of n13'1 a w kow .themselves to bo , ... , saiu ei, wc lie said that wllhout excep- - ;' and suttl ioon or estate win piease can EM said date. .i'Mii .v nwji he had consulted in reThis May 31st, 1921. ti the formation of tho proposod 15-- r u on, hud Ik on In faor of the 3.- U. S. CAItSON, Admr. c jrut ulthout reserve. -' Ed Gidcombs, deceased, . meetings ut wlilch the con-- t oe (tn . r)M4tMioci.iiiuu will be offered MASTim COJIJIISSIOXKlfS SAIiE. , or sluaturos will bo !a ..iwera 3it .. ' i week of June lit, at Ohio Circuit Court. Mui)ie, DunvlIU-- , Emma Hay. et al Plaintiffs. U: Cyuth'uiia uud poaalhly Vs. Xotlco of Sulo. lot iU. Aaron iSapiro, atturney Flowlo T. Urey Weatorflold, ot Q- ul., Defendants. HGrZ2JtH X If'f I r.j'Wwo Culiforuiti orit. ; ") iiuO ciiinlderod to be one derByofvirtue of u judgment and the ale directed lo me In ,t on iwitwu .lutliurlili rbove styled action .at thp May term i in the world, will of the uald court directing me to s 11 the hereinafter tleacriheit real eMa'c, Jiuuiea were an- - for the purpose of paying the e(M- - nf i lueiubara of th orgauiaa- - Ihw above ttyled action together with u: iHw: the cot of thia aale and dividing .e ttlasJum. Utulavllle; Mr. the ii.nuiuUr of the proceeds among ... , Cnnvlitou; Udward Itaasett, thobe entitled thereto, 1 will offer Jireikliu-Wue- , Harry Uloxauoll, for sale at public outcry to the highleat bidder at tho r. llArUhuuj, Charloa N. Mau- - est anddoor in Hartford, Ky., on Court llouae Mon)r. I'ruuk day. July Ilk, 1921, illram A. it the 'J s ., Jaiuea C. Stone una Mih tlrht day of the regular July term of H t Swmuay, lxluvtou, T. s. the Ohio circuit court, at about the 'i: . iikfyuoud ; Johiiitu X. 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