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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaft NUMBER 52 I HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ,no nmphlthoator and other building j FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921. had arranged for tho contlnu- - NATIONS PREPARING anco of tho trials. j Umi. FOR WAR, SAYS WEEKS In his charge Judgo Gamed said ' No fees or charges for admission "Art Urand, on his own confession, nro to bo collected for either foot- "r stole $2,065 from these men "World-Wid- e Tho local Lodge, No. 675, P. & A. who nro In trouble, or ho paid tho Kecietiiry Scnri'li Hlnrtril For IU man, horse or vehicle, ns tho man-- I Select OiuiiliilntcH To ll Nominated States Government lmo- All Offices Other Than Men Who With On MjHtery M., following a short business SOS- - money ns a. fcrllin In nnmmnnu-Mlili'- . ngoment of the Ohio County Fair Inrorniiitlou It Can ' Company has donated tho use of tho .Sheriff. open Attorney Don Adams." .Srliooiii'r. sion Aionnay nignt Hold an Xot Divulge. grounds and everything therein for meeting which was nttonded by 200, including Masons, their wives, sons, occasion. So como, bring your this ENTETAIX RELATIVES Tho Democrats of Ohio County daughters and frlonds. "Washington, Juno 21. A world-"Wld- n family and lunch basket and enjoy Modford, Mass., Juno 20 Tho your met at alio Court ho:i liofuliiy with The occasion of tho oron session Mr. and Mrs. Ki:n--Tlnslev en JTonday, search for the missing crew of tho Nntlonnl friends and at the same time sup- agreeable to former call, and after was a visit of Miss Katlo Leo Lloyd, tortalnod tho following gue.'3 at dln- - presont administration is desirous of tho schooner Carroll A. Deerlng, of .. rltuflrmlnr na fnn n l,t f10 HUiU ... .... uo l(j KOf the election of Hon. A. II. Tlchcnor as who recently graduated from tho nor Thursday, Juno 9th: Mrs. S Hath, ,le., which piled on tho North port n worthy cause. uui u is not tne timo to mako a Chairman and Mr. McDowell A. Fogle common (school course, as a ward of llennott of Decatur, Ala., Mr. and Carolina licach last Jnuunry with nil VI 1,1.1AM CAXAX. Titra O n. Tlnalov nnrl ann Prnntlco tnovo for everlasting peace, Scerot- atho KentUCkV Widows' nml Driili-inns Secretary, nindo recommendations sails set, hut not n living soul aboard f War John W' Wceks 8aU in I for nomination of candidates for tho Homo, in Louisville. The various Mr. and Mrs. Olllo Schrlckel and lit- -, Iidj hi n started by the State Depart- Masonlc Lodges of Ohio County hav-- 1 tlo daughter, Margaret of Albany, commencement address at Tufts' Col Charlog William Cnnan died at hH various offices, excepting that of i.'Wit through Amorlcnn Consuls. lege today. in Louisville Wodnoidny Juno sheriff and County Surveyor. No Ing somo time ago decided to create Ala., Mrs. Lemon Lako and children, Tin. mvRtnrv lu l.oi.- .- ii,vnuti,.o,i "When wo see nations preparing . ,,J, ''"nation from tholr trea-;Mr- s. H. H. SInnett and Mrs-- Barnett contorts dovoloped aa not more than'11 r,,ml' ly tliof Justlco und the 8 i'""1, of ll0art falIurc- for war, making greater preparations Mr Ca,lan wns conductor on tho ' ono nomination was mndo for any of surles ,n sufficient amount to give Tlniley and children. Dcp-rttnof Commerce, as Is nlso In tlmo ot peace than during tho & st- '" uwI,ere 1,e was the positions. One nomlnco declined j0110 ,)oy or Kr! ward of tho Home, j (Tho foregolng-nntlcl- o was rcceiv- tho unexplained dlsnpeara'nco of tho war, wo must sit up and tako notico," y uiucihih win miiaw io do n canuiiiato ami nnnliy an-- h a njiiiinuiu nign scnooi course, wero ed and overlooked In tho files last i Amc-naisteel freighter Howltt out "i'i'"i;niiuii he declared. ,Is wa !l niomber of the nounccd that ho would not mako any Invited to bo present for the pur- week.) Sabine Pass, Toxns, for Iloston. worh,lien Ho said tho administration had InSettle Memorial Mothodist clfurch, ' canvass If It was forced upon him, pose of meeting tho young lady, This craft dlsnpenred at about tho formation which mado It tho of their generosity. 'vo"sI,oro anil the Masonic Lodge, thus showing that ho was not so very Tho J.OUISVILLH MAHKKTS snnio tlinctluit tho Deerlng came judge as to how far It was Owonsboro. enthusiastic about bolng one of the young girl Is attractive and of splen ashoro sato to go in tho matter of disarma:vIr- Cnnnn wcs ,lorn ' as was demonstrated by CaUle Light Inquiry for prime ohl coun- - standard bearers. Only ono other I'"'1 The summary of the history of tho ment. butchers, both heifers Deerlng case as sent 'to Consuls by - near SUIInur hprwgs, tne son or nominee aiiBworod present when call her short talk before the audience, handy-weigReplying to an address by Alien D. Canan and Ireno ed for, after tho voting, which' was Her motlie. and decased father were and steers, at prevailing rates. Slow tho Stato Department discloses that J" residents of Ohio County, although and uneven trade on medium and Bamber, n graduato ot Jackson ColMltcncU Cana- - Afte" "'o "f always unanimous, had boon comwhen the Dccrlng passed Capo Look-- 1 hor father was a member of ithe Ma Inferior grades. Narrow volume of lege, tho women's collego at Tuft3, .iilp. North Carolina, on Jan- - ,,ls fathor he lna,lu hIs home ,n 0v' pleted. out L who voiced tho hopo that women oll8,)orosonic Lodgo at Whitcsvllle. traffic in feeder and stockor division. Tho selections wero ns follows: uary 29, while bound from Ilia do Miss Margaret Nail, Mrs. Otto C. Common trashy stockors practically would bring the world peace, SecreOwons-th- o Tho ,l0,,)' was convo'cl1 HcpresontiUivo Dr. D. II. Godsey; Jnneiro for Norfolk, a man other than ,,oro Wednesday evening June 8, tak-hn- d Circuit Clerk, A. C. Porter; County Martin and George Jones rendered at a standstill. Weak feeling in tary Weoka said: master reportrd that tho vossol "If the women can do anything on exlost both anchors and nskod to bo cn to the ho," of h,s a,mt- - Mlss Cora Judgo T. II. Tanner; County Clerk much appreciated assistance In tho heavy steer division, Mitchell. Tho funoral sorvlccs wore Guy Hannoy; County Attorney Judgo way of entertainment, Mrs. Martin treme heavy kinds. Fall clearance permanently to prevent war, I thank reported to Its ownors. God for It, It is not the puraose of. Juno 10th., at Mack Portor; Tax Com'r. Clarence and Mr. Jone-- by rendering solos and noted. wag holl Frl,Iay Two days later tho 'vowol my department to mako wai. I nevSe,tl M'nrial church by Itov. Carl Patton; Jailor, N. It. Ualzc; Coroner, Miss Nail at the organ. Messrs. A. Quotations heavy steeri Primo round on tho beach In what tho State er anyono who wanted B. Tlchcnor, Matanzas, K. A. M services at tho J. V. Wilson. $77.25; heavy shipping steers $C-5- 0 Askknew Grand Army veteran. war. Dopartmonf describes ns " In such GrBr'- - Tho any Ask rumetry Ceralvo and Rev. W. S. Buck-nconducted by the Ma- 7; medium to good ?G6.50; In tho maUer of picking their condition that there Is every suspicion any ot tho young men who took part of Fordavllle, and Mrs. Ernest common ?5 5.50; fat heifers $5 sons. candidate for shorlff no agreement of foul play having occurred." Tho Mr. Canan Is survived by his wife, could bo reached and those bossing R. Taylor, o Beaver Dam and Mrs. 7.25; fat cews ?4. 503 5.25; medium in tho receiit war. You will find tho department's sunimary also says that answer is, no one wants to fight. But n short time after the Deerlng passed Mrs. Lottlo Cnnan, Louisville; a son, tho gathering wero afraid of tin Pred Compton ot Whltesville, made to good 5.50 64.50; cutters it Is impossible to becomo calm in Charles Mitchell Cnnnn, Denver Dam, consequences, hence tho convention good talks, as did several members of canners $1.'502; bulls feed tho lightship, a steamer, tho name of after somo great struggle: r, stockers was asked to, and did pass the mat- tho locnl lodgi. A. C. Porter, Mas- ers $56.25; ?46.25; "Tho present administration is which has not boon ascertained, pass- mother, Mrs. Ireno Owen and a ter cf tho Hartford Lodgo, presid milch cows $20 50. Mls Anna Canan, OweiiBboro. ter up to be sottlod in tho coming ed the light vossol end was asked to most dsirous to havo disarmament as ed over the meeting. Tho wero O. M. Cot prlmniy. Calves Market steady. Hfcst veals stop and take a m.ossago for forward-I"f- i far as it is safe to go. But wo must nnd Hoy Plank, Louisville, L. W. $9 down; medium common to Attorneys L. P. Tanner of Owonsbut no response was received to &i that we be the judges of what common light. calves medium Other Lodge News. tho numerous attempts on the part May, J. W. Allon, W. K. Miller and boro and Glover Carey of Calhoun, this degree is. For we have informaHoward Smith, Oweusboro. CTiidldatcs for the Democratic nomi 'Cromwell Lodgo held an enthusias slow sale. of tho master of the lightship to atwo can not divulge, obtainHogs Trade active, with prices a tion which t nation for Circuit Judge and Com- tic and well attended session last tract the vessel's attontlon. KOAI) I'OXTItAirrOU'S higher on all graded. Tops ed In a reliable and complete mpnner, monwealth's Attorney, respectively, Saturday evening, when four candi- dime Tho department's summary then which makes us the only competent ItOXI) IS APIMtOVKD were present and wero voted ten dates received the Master Mason's sold at $8.60; best hogs 220 pounds judges. says that on April II, tho following ' up $8.10; 90 to 220 pounds $6.-C- 0 nuwge was picked up In a boltlo mlnutt . of tlmo each, in which to degree. Members of fifteen lodges and "Whon we seo nations prejiarlng down. CoiV.ollo Droz. & Mays, a construc- - mako their announcements, while the were present, refreshments were noar Capt Hattcras: for war, making greater preparations Sheep and Lambs Market eswas out, served and a general good tlmo was "Dcorlng captured by oil burning tlon concern of Knoxvllle, Tenn., was Committee on resolutions in times of peace than during the tablished late, 25 50c lower. Best lioat something llko chaser, taking off 'adjudged to be tho lowest and best drafting ita report, but before Mr. had by all present. war, wo must sit up atad tako notico. lambs $12 12.25; bulk of trado at England everything, handcuffing crow. Crew bidder fdr the grading, drainage nnd Tanner, tho first speaker had used Is at war, latter figure; seconds $5 5.50. and many foreign Franco is at war hiding all over ship. No chanco to , Improvement of tho 1.3 miles sec- - moro than half of his allotted tlmo Hartford Lodge No, 675, F. & A. Sheep nations aro in con$33.50; bucks $2 down. juuko cscapo: finder plcaso notify ll0 ot u, "artroni-Owcnsbor- o road. tho Commltteo brought in a report, M., held a special session W'ednesday flict, and it is not tho timo for us to 1'roiluco from Uarnett's Creek to Pleasant which was about an arm's length, night for ithe purpose of confering lir.id(iiart?rs of Deering." mako a liiovo for everlasting peace. ' Louisvillo produce dealers quote "The schooner carried a motor Itldgo. Tho Company's bid bolng thus showing that It was adept In the tho third degree. buying prices as follows, net to When the time comes for that movo lifeboat and a dory." The Stato D- $r(O,206.O7. Tho ComJlruction Com- matter of rcsolutlng, and as usual shippers the shipper paying freight we will makojt. Wo have reduced epartment's summary continues: "but pany has executed bond which has tho resolutions lauded everything evRough River Lodgo No. 110, K. of our fighting forces as far as posslblo-anneither of them has been picked up ,l0en approved by tho Stato Highway er done, tried or thought of by Demo- P. held a good convention Tuesday and drayage charges. by tho end of another year our Country 14c lb. Butter and no wreckage from them has been Commissioner and work Is to bo crats, except Stanley, niack and their night. Besides tho transaction of army will be reduced to ono hundred" Eggs 20c dozen. particular associates in tho la at ad- considerable routine business the found Most of tho provisions, cloth- - commenced at nn early data men." Poultry Hens 17c lb.; small and fifty thousand o This section Is the last unimproved ministration. And of course, the Re- uanK 01 lvnignt was conferred ing nnd suppllos of tho vessel had on chickens 33c lb.; roosters 6c lb.; road between Hartford and Owenc- - publicans camo In for all sorts of two candidates. been removed. HOUSE IS GOOD WHILE Tho third rank is ' boro, and whllo It is not to be sur- - condemnation and lambasting. The also due to bo conferred at ithe next old ducks 12c tb.; turkeya 20c lb.; FIRST WOMAN PRESIDES-Government ngcntB Investigating geese 6c lb.; guineas 23c each; young Ineven unreservedly regular convention and in addition guineas 50c. and Deerlng cases say lacod c. present, yet no grades of resolutions tho Hewitt Washington, June 20. For tho they are baffled and that thus far proportions to givo trouble to the dorsed tho Versailles Treaty, not- thereto tho new ollicers are to bo first time In the history of Congress-they havo not found u single clew traveling public will bo found on the. withstanding tho fact that of the vote installed. AVED COLOI'D FOLKS woman presided over tho deliberathat might load to a solution of tho route nnd as an excellent system of cast last full soven million majority Tho Eastern Star Chapter ot Dun-do- o tions ot ono of its houses today. Kqually as baffling, they drainago Is provided for, tho road registered ngalnst It. mysteries. Jesse Uucker, "Whistling Jack" o--e gave a social last Tuesday night. Miss Alice Robertson, of Oklahosay, are the cases of the Iiritlsh ought to bo easily maintained. and Rosa Yick, and John J. Jones, Tho Iniprovemonit of this road is IIAUTI-'OItma, the only woman member of ConTO OKT An Interesting program was render-- . Albyn and tho Russian bark steatnor Vfck, all highly respected and Nettle gress, wielded tho gavol whllo the I1USIXESS SCHOOL ed, and refreshments served to tho Yuto, which disappeared last fall off one of tho many State Projects and and industrious young colored peorequires that tho County pay approxRepresentatives, at tho relargo crowd present.-the North Carolina coast. ple of near Hartford, wero married House of quest of President Harding and SecThe Owonsboro Business Collego, Tho Albyn Failed from Norfolk last imately $20,000 as It's sharo. on tho night of June tho 16. The retary ot Stato Hughes, passed a bill after a careful survey of conditions, C. 15. CAKDKX KXTKItS October and never was hoarit from brides ar sisters, and daughters of A. II. PIItTLK LOSKS authorizing the sending ot a United KACK FOR SIII'IUKI' Alec Yick, one has decided to open a branch school ngain, while tho Yuto whon off Capo of tho leading colorItKSlDKXCK 1JY KIUK In Hartford, commencing Juno 27. States commission to Peru during tho Hattras sent n radio mossago asking of Ohio County. ed citizens centennial celebration In that repub- -. At present arrangements, night sesC. B. Cardon of Haiuford, Is an for aid, but whon steamers reached Mr. A. R. Plrtlo, until a few years sions aro to bo held thrco times each announced candidate for the Demolie. tho position given in tho messago an UARXKTT'S CREEK. The mombers of tho Houso roso-an- d hour later no traco ot tho vessel was ago a resident of this County, near week, Monday, Tuesday and Thurs- cratic nomination for Sheriff of Ohio Hoflln, but now of Owensbo'r, lost day. It is our information that 'ounty, as may bo found by notice applauded when speaker Gillette found and It Is said alio has never, Miss Eula May Hoover visited her been heard from slnco. Reports to his dwelling and tho entire contents quito a number of students havo been In another column In this Issue. Mr. cousin, Era B. Hoover, from Satur rquested "Miss Alice" to ascend to Mr. Plrt- signed up for the courso which Is to 'anion was born and reared in the day tho"chalr. Whon sho announced tho tho Government aro that the weather by tiro Wdnsday aftrnoon. until Sunday. lo- resided in tho outskirts of tho euibraco most anything desired nnd Fordsvllle counlry, and for a number perfectly calm. wa3 Mr. and Mrs. L. Brooks went te passage of tho bill oho was applauded again. ' After tho Howltt disappeared and City and tho lire had mado consid- taught in the avcrago business school. of years resided In Fordsvllle, having Owensboro Saturday, During tho brief term as presid& Doering enmo ashoro without a erable headway beforo tho alarm was moved to Hartford four years ago. the A truck load of Hoflln boys passed During a considerable numbor of thru hero Sunday afterrfoon. They ing officer sho made tho Houso becrew a Uritlsh Inournnc company turned in nnd tho first fire engine LOGSDOX I'AUGllT. years ho had been engaged in the 'had been to Adaburg, attending tho have for" tho only half hour of recent sucEostcd that tho two vossols nrob- - sent out broke thru a bridge eif- ' years. nl'y had collided and that tho Deer-lng- 's routo and beforo tho second engine Mr. J. T. Faught ot Cromwell and milling business, stdck donllng nnd 'unvailing of Jesse V. Crowe's monu- "" qtf tho crew went down with tho Hew- arrived flames had enveloped f arming, having sold his milling In- - mont. Miss 1 helms Logjdoa of Beavur Pain, itt. An investigation by coast guard building to such an extent that noth- wero urlted in marriage In Hartford, torosts Ho George Johnson last win- Jir. Charlie' King lost a fine cow' DESTITCCTIVE FIRE Al'IfitTni) officers, howovor, convinced them ing could bo saved. Tho loss will last Sunday morning, the ceremony tor, hlnco which time ho has been Tuesday. that tho Deorlng was not damaged f'1 nulto hoavlly upon Mr. Plrtlo as bolng performed by Rev. Russell engaged in fanning nnd stock dealing, j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirk nre tho ' Fire destroyed tho coal and wash suffUiently to warrant a conclusion tho dwelling was a valuablo ono and Walkor whllo tho contracting parties Mr. Carden Is a man of wide ac- - parents of a new baby boy. Mother t, houses of Mrs. M. J. Ross, on It Is said that tho lusurancu only qualntanco, a good business man andnlld baby doing well. i that sho had been in u collision with woro in their nutomobllo in front of partially covcicd tho loss. late Monday afternoon.' Tho any other craft. well qualified for tho offlco to which Mr. Hugh Wlmsa-t- t was In this Hov. Walker's home. burned buildings being only about 8 ho aspires. Investigators hero say that they neighborhood Mondai. feot from tho dwelling spresd of tho ilo not tako soriously suggestions of LIGHTXIXG KILLS LAD Mr. and Mrs. I. Rll Hussoy and 1XFAXT DIES. tiro was prevented only by horolc AT WORK OX FARM JUDGE ASKS JURY I'RORE liolshcvlk raiders or dsop soa plrutes, son wont to Ow.eusboro littlo work ot tho bucket and tiro exr OF XIG11T RIDER OASES but they add that ono guess Is ns good Viola Rachel, aged ono year and tlngulsher brigade. No better Owensboro, Ky., Juno 16. Wnltor Thoy aro inclined to tho ns another, Mr. William Brooks purchased a has boon witnossed in HartMayfiohT,. Ky., Juno 20. In ono fn0 horse last week, two cases will go Lanhum, 10, was killed instantly to- soven days, child of Mr. and Mrs. opinion that tho Wayne Brown of Ceralvo, died MonIn a long tlmo. of tho most. scathing denunciations May ford down in history with otlftr unsolved day, by lightning on an Indiana farm day of wlidbplng cough. D and Eula Misses Dora Funoral of crlmo ho has yot delivered, Judge across tho river from Owonsboro. Ho myfeteries of tho hoa. Hoover, of this placo, woro In Hart- -' sorvlcas woro conducted by tho Rev. Bunk Gardner was in a field with Walter Smith PROF. OSCAR SHULTi TO al i this morning at the fonj s.iturdny. HE WITH LOCAL SCIIOOh when they saw nn approaching storm R. E. Fuqua nnd tho remains burled opening of tho Juno term of the HIXOINO COXVKXTIOX TO Mr. Josse Harlln Hoover was tho Graves Circuit Court charged ui; liKiii iu:iti: july Illi and started to a house. Thoro was at Coralvo, Tuesday afternoon. tho BUC8t r Mr. and Mrs. Nod Chapman n flash of lightning and both boys Prof. Oscar Shultz, a graduate of grand jury to investigate the bribery Sunday. NOTICE CREAM PRODUCERS. ehaiges in connection with tho night The Ohio County Singing Conven-- 1 wero knocked to tho ground. Smith son. Alva. . tho University of Kentucky, and a Mrs. Jossn Chamnan and ridor chute burning cases. daughter, teuchor of considerable oxperleare. tlnn to bo hold nt tho Fair Grounds aroso from tho ground and saw that visited Mrs. Chapman's wcUar During the past week Art Brand, Mrs. Taylor Ralph, last week-enjrfly 4th., promises to bo tho most his companion was dead. The llghtn-largel- y P"-- " Mr. W. 11. Baize Is now our agoiit ,a8wio & in attended meeting of tho kind Ing struck Lanham on top ot his head, In Hartford and will bo glad to servo citndldata for sheriff ot Graves minium mgii ouuuui uuriuu tho coming your. Prof Shultz Is FOR SALE. over hold In tho County. Tho im- - cutting a hole thru his straw hat. you. Try soiling your cream tho Sun- County, is ro ported to hara mado highly educated and ot u strong per- G2t2 tli claim that he had rsotlved mousy mouse, Bhcdy grove, affords nn ideal This was Smith's second experience light Way. A mule from tin Jndloted man and had tak- - ' 4 acres ot ground with good Im- - sonallty and should add materially ho was .SUNLIGHT CEAMBRIESA meeting placo for n convention of with lightning. en n trip to Chicago with Common- - proveraonts, ndjacent A. FIELD, Manager, to Hartford, to the teaching strength of the facu- ltills character and In case rain driving last year waj killed during 5U4 ty. Owensboro, Ky. Dlt. ' w ealth'3 Attorney 3an Aday-i- , where See CAL P. KEOWN. happen to fall on that dato a storm, but he was uninjured. should WOT DEMOCRATS HOLD MASS CONVENTION HARTFORD MASONS n norm u, ,cr .tho' s l-- ' charles a oo i '' f - - j ' bone-flcla- ry - ht "" 'at - ' "c"'n j Dar-nar- d, er sis-to- 34; $23; pall-boaro- rs ?30; $56; I . d , i n 1 j I I Clay-Stree- ' i flre-flght- ing ' d d. tho bolshovlkl an nn nttompt DIPLOMAS GIVEN the freedom of worship. About 20 radicals were deported nnd the TO 157 GRADUATES THE CROSSROADS radical leader ,a member of the chamber of deputies, abandoned his tactics and announced that Mexico is not yet ready for tovletlsm. Soreral revolu 2Msieo'a President Urges tions have been nipped In the bud Service And Work To Be by Obregon's government and men The Slogan Of U. K. League Of All Amernationally known have been Impli Graduates. ican Nations. cated. Tho country was ihocked at tho execution nt tho capltnl of Gon. VUcalno, former chief of the staff of Lexington, ICy., Juno 13. With Ktw York, June 1. The need Gen. Gonzales, former provisional tfer the? nations of the New World to president. Fomenting a revolution the conference of degrees on 157 graduates of the four colleges and of Wnd t owl her In friendship nnd was the charge against him. the honorary degree of Doctor of .4rK-.j Is pointed out by Presl-rt.j. ire rvc r oI svvew Alvnro OhroRon, of Mexico, In flit This Out mill Tnlto It With You. Laws on tho Govornor of Kentucky and the United Stntos Cjuimlsslouor n statement prepared exclusively for , h sojsIjh tho July Issue of Hearst's InternaA man often forgets the exact name of Education, tho tional. President Obrogon predicts of tho article ho wishes to purchase, of tho University of Kentucky closthat Jt 3s only n question of time un- and as n last report takos something ed this morning. Tho i;raiii;atcs reAc til nil misunderstandings that may olse Instead. That Is always disap- presented twelvo States nnd four Tiju'c arison thru mistakes of past ad- pointing and 'unsatisfactory. The foreign countries. will ho safo way in to cut this out and take Tho diploma of Miss Hernlco ministrations In Mexico, eradicated. it with you so ns to make stiro of Young, who died in March, was givThe statoment, In part follows: getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You en to her mother, Mrs. Hugh Young, I'inevllle. of tho will find nothing quite so satisfac"The civilization of one-haBefore you're a day older from bite and parch (cut Tho first woman graduato of the Ono sign tory for constipation and indigesworld is .at tho crossroads. Mrs. S. Kay, Charles to let the idea slip out by our exclusive pat- you m university, jlnls toward a continuation of wars tion, Springfield, Ohio, was present nt tho and unrest, the other toward peace, under vour hat that this cnted process; arc a reve commencement oxerclses at which and a fair understandBRITAIN BUIDING is the open season to start lation to the man who never her daughter. Miss Clarlbel Kay, reing hetwoen nations. ARMORED AIR GIANT ceived a diploma from the Collego of something with a joy'us could get acquainted with a "Muxico, as well as other nations, Arts and Science. P. A. stands today at this crossroads, and jimmy pipe and some pipe! thing ofhas made a : Yes Dr. McYcy Speaks. London, Juno IS, At an aero- joy to four mhe 1 meditating as to the cholco of pipe a In presenting1 tho diplomas Dr. Prince Albert! alroady taken tho dome on tho outskirts of London hor path. She has men where one vas smoked first nlej)R along tho road of peace there is now being constructed the Frank L. McVey, president, said: Because, a pipe packed before! "The university's honor is now first armored car of the skies. ami. prosperity. il xte Designed by one of tho most fa- your honor. The unlvorsity will bo vWh with Prince Albert satisfies ""So nation can walk alone; all Ever roll up a cigarette mous builders In England, the ma- measured by your achievements, your xeed mutual understanding in order a man as he was never satiswith Prince Al'jcrt? Man, :o jirospor. Mexico, in hor foreign chine has been ordered by the Air character your deeds nnd tho comfied before and keeps him man but you've got a away Ministry and when completed will be pany you keep. Have courage, Inrelations has already cleared It .many misunderstandings. Neither thoroughly tested by specially select- tegrity, sympathy and gentleness and satisfied! And, you can party coming your way! Ptinct Albttt "d told In loppy remember the claim of loyalty to ed service pilots. togt, tidy red tint, government 41ii! people of nor tho prove it! Why P. A.'s Talk about a cigarette handtomt pound The utmost secrecy Is being main- your alma mater." Mexico have any grievances against and hall pound tl.i humldort andinlh The academic procession was headflavor and fragrance and smoke; we tell you it's a government tained, and evon the few men who olflier the people or tho pound tryttal iffajf are making the machine do not know ed by Dr. McVey and uclus E. Wilson, h umidor wit h or the United States. coolness and its freedom peach! tpons motstontt Chicago, who spoke. They were folfor what purposo it Is to bo used. "For ten yoars Mexico han top. d lowed by the trustees, offlcinl guests, Unlike most of the all tho hardships of civil wars juid revolutions. There has taken sorvico machines, this newest is a doans, faculties, officers of departIn the construction of ments, and candidates for degrees. moral monoplane. Copfrlfht 1921 Wince a sreat spiritual and by K. J. KrjrnoM l)ecn terribly tho fuselage no canvas or bracing Mr. Wilson in hla address stressed the .oleansinK. tho it liaj Tabsco Co. mostly. Half a mlllian of her sons wires aro being used at all. The Ideal of service as the real mark of H.C. 'haup been killed, and much of her frame work is of spruce and instead success in business and life. Petty changes come when neither wood is beof doped linen three-pl- y amttPi'lnJ property and treasure have Joy ing used. more or less speed than do revolutbeun wrecked and ruined. This, it Is understood, is to be cov- tionary ones. Note that for 400 years l'roteclion Is Ciudi'iintced. ""Today Mexico is ready to receive ered with armor plates, which will lockuniths put keyholes under shelA vast sys- - Ariz, one of the hottest intl a tornado places on .'foreign invostors and foreign settlers bo extended to give tiro fullest maxi- tering doorknobs and twenty gener- WEATHER CONDITIONS ccln tem of wlmls blowinK around a center earth, frequently reports tompera-ture.- s ations groped for them muttcrlugly. mum protection to tho engines. rS""" FYTRCMT? MATTII?!? aiatj give full protection to their of low atmospheric pressure is known near the 110 mark Ami'iicu M.iKcs Imiirowinent. Tho inside of the fuselage is parYiRhtr. and properties. Claims for as u cyclone. Many disturbances of To f horrn PunJI. India, belong-- , the ticularly roomy, so that the fullest "An American lockmrker moved property damages suffered during Although it concerns all mankind this character pass across the I'nltod distinction of being the wittcst the keyhole above tho doorknob. ihe revolutions will be submitted, and number of bomb3 can be carried. more or less intimately and furnishes i at Intervals of a fov days In n place In the world. Hero the muni i An entiroly new and significant Ucll boys in 1.000 hotels saved the jo. iloereo has already been Issued j: one of tho most popular topics of Beeral direction from west to east rainfall averages about HS feet- I5S feature is tho introduction of a spe- span of a lifetime each day and yet conversation, the a. certain term for submission of weather is altoge- - They are common place storms Inches. The summer average of rain platform near tho tall this charge involved tho rearticula-tio- n cial gun 'h.K?e rlalnia. Mexico has no desire ther beyond human control (there Their approach is generally marked fall Is approximately three Inches prr of factory machinery, engineer's planes. A short ladder runs up var mention to evade her responsi-JblfiUesare some wizarus ami j j,y a rise in temperature. After they day. Records of precipitation ns Inch from the iloor of the fuselage to designs, drawing3 nnd building suweather experts who claim to be havo passed cooler weather with n 30 inches in ono day are fa t -this, and from his cockpit tho gun- pervision. Tho first and most imThe Mexican President then went ablo to cause rain to fall at will west anif northwest winds follows. common; In a slnglo ivr.oif wn id say that Mexico Is taking steps ner would be able to keep at bay portant decision ths member of this but these claims have never been The most conspicuous feature of In tho rainy soason the rainfall any enemy craft that attacked from first year of actual lr.w of teaching, to meet her foreign financial obligagraduating class will make during the satisfactorily substantiated). Never the tornado is a whirling black cloud, amounted to 41 Inches. In tho y'ar tho rear. tions. He continued: theless by learning something of tho shaped like a funnel or sometimes isni n tottil "f fOO Inrhvj of rain There aro al.co to be machine guns or farming or business will relate to physical fill "Mexico approaches her whole facts and principles underly like a ballon, in tho midst of a mass A precipitation of 1 10 Inches In a dealings (with outside nations, fitted amidships and fired by means the accepted definition of success. ing storm and other meteorological of dark storm clouds. Wreck and year has been recorded at Noah Hay "Either you will slip into easy ac phenomena .particularly tho United States) with of the propeller. and by carefully observ ruin aro accomplished by the terrific In tho state of Washington. Thus it will be seen that tho mono- quiescence or you will begin to flgnt ing At Up-pa spirit of fairness and generosity. plane will bo as thoroly and recording weathe'r conditions force of tho whirling wlndB wherevor Mnttole. Calif., over 41 Inches of to make things accord more nearly and efficient3ho ilcsires no favors thrjt she Is not over tho whole civilized world during this whirling wind sweeps tho earth, rain fell In a slnglo month. Tho nv with that which you bclievo to be willing and able to return with lu- - ly armed as a tank. a long period scientists havo accumuusually in a path from to erago annual rainfall of New York The machine guns aro so arranged right." lurobt. lated a great deal of Information on one-ha- lf mllo In width. Tornadoes city Is about 45 Inches. Records for . oe "Certain powerful foreign interests that there will be no blind spot, and tills subject and consequently aio are purely local whilo cyclones cov- one year show a precipitation of nearA NEW liHjfll) ITKL notably the oil corporations, have, those at tho rear of the machine are ablo to foretell weather conditions er a very wide area and travol for ly 200 Inchos nt Vora Cruz. Mexico duo to misunderstandings, compelled on swivel mountings. This is a from day to day with a fair degree of thousands of miles. Tornadoes aro Tho extreme southern end of Floripractical advantage, as in tho old "Colloll," designed as a substitute accuracy. the Mexican government to assume often called cyclonos but this Is a da and the southern California coast an attitude of protection toward her days aeroplanes had some difficulty for fuel oil, is a combination of fuel During the d years that Uncle mistake for they have no resemblance are the only sections of tho United In dealing with machines that were oil with waste or cheap combustible interests. Mexico, however, Is deSam has kept accurate records, of the to u cyclone at all. Statos where snow has never been termined to act with Justice. She behind them, and that was the rea- material such as coal dust, gas or tar weather and received moteorological ..., l'no ........ ....... Tl... ,.... Im.Wa l....t C....U I.. .,. .Known to .s mo why every pilot endeavored to get oils, lignite or charcoal from peat, fall. Slight flurries havo lias the unquestionable, right to pro- son type of storm that causes great curred at various times in every sawdust, rice or coffee husks. Al- data from all over tho world there tect her own national dignity. Pa- "on tho tail" of an enemy. uas been" gathered somo exceedingly The West Indies and or part of tho country. Snow never & cohol or even water may be used in tience and trust are needed on all Interesting remarkable and startling the Atlantic and Gulf casts of the l0s on the ground long south of about RLAOK.MAI LKUS OANH lieu of oil In the mixture, homogene-ousnes- s sides." weathor facts, says n writer In the United States suffer considerably tho 23rd parallel of latitude. KIDNAP KKCOXD CHILD At 'Lraj-iiin all cases being assured by of The Americas. Scientific American. In this hemis- from those storms They originate circo. ' the mountains of northern constant agitation in the storage Prosidont Obregon then pointed out .... . phere there aro four types of storms in the West Indlos. hence their uiiifornin. nearly 21 feet of snow New York, June 1G. New York's tanks. Tests of h:U SB par cent of Mexico's foreign tho fuel under a ma "Llttlo Italy," aroused recently by rine bo'.lor indicate that the requisite that often but not always cause very name. Thoy occur from July to Oc- foil in March 1882. trade Is with tho United States and high winds. Theso are popularly tober. The government weathor bukidnaping and drowning of little heat can he Slimmer snowfalls aro unusual evobtained at about 70 per that Mexican exports to tho" United tho known as cyclones, tornadoes, hurri- reau keeps track of these storms and erywhere In the ITnlted Giuseppe Varotta by a gang of blackcoin of tho cost of ordinary fuel oil. canes States oxcept Stat2B Incroasoi' from J49.S93.323, in usually manages to glvo warning of In high and blizzards. mailers, was thrown into a second Pumps and altitudes and In tho far north. burners designed for fuel hurricanes aro at Tornadoes and their coming at least 4S hours IJrOS. to $151. 455,101 In 1919. Tho frenzy today by another attempted oil wore ell times before A considerable snow flurry occurred used in theso tests. Muiement rontlnued: but cyclones and blizzards need they arrive. Tho general chiractor at Colobrook, N. II., In July. In tho kidnaping in tho district. "Geographical proximity is only not nnd do not necessarily bring and formation of hurricanes aro very samo month a few years Virgen Dogba-do- ff Cries of "Now," said Andrews, after Introlater a hea in of tho many ties that bind the much tho samo as those of cyclones. vy snow roll In winds of dangerous force. as ho was bolng thrust by a man ducing tho subject, tho region of Mt "who can tell mo United States and Mexico together. Into a Probably the most severo blizzard Galveston, New Orleans, Mobilo, Sa- Washington. N. taxlcab, brought a crowd of anything about H. A alight Juno '.KroMMiilcnlly Ruth?" and historically tlio many nunureus, ever experienced in tho Eastern states vannah, Charleston and Key West aro snowfall has including wor n, Up wont a hand in the rear of tho even been recorded at aro Joined firmly and Wu countries was that of Fob. havo auffored most Lynchburg, Va. running to tho spot. The man tU T. class. 1S00. At tho cities stwisatlngly. from the (uilous winds of hurricanes. Washington, the record low temperapursued by tho throng, and was savAlthough "Well. Wlllio." asked tho tenchor, havo mad" "In fact, all tho Latin American ed only when tho police drow pistols. At Capo Mendocino, Calif., a galo great progresssclontlsts ture was then attained 1G degrees in forecasting und stu"what do you know about Ruth?" wouatilos must look toward tho bolow zero. Snow fell to a depth of of 144 miles an hour was recorded dying tho Tho prisoner gave his name as "Ho made 29 homo runs last sea- two weathor in tho past 30 t'uJIwl Stntos as tho main factor In and three feet and was piled up In January 1SSC. There is no tell- years. It Is Anatolo Keloncky. It was charged son," was doubtful whother thoy will .)'jr commercial and Industrial de- at his arraignment, when ho was the answer. ing how much stronger the wind bo- in drift3 flvo to 15 feet high. Records held ovor reach any dogroo close to perm velopment. moans without ball for for low temperature vcro broken came for at that point tho nnemomo-to- r fection the grand jury, that boenuse there aro nlways cersomething vital and fine. Homoved ho blew away, The samo thing hap- - tain throughout tho eastern portion of tho had boon angered when tho child's elomonts and ntmospheiic confrom the intrigues and ancient rival- mother, a young country. The wind velocity of this peneu to an anemomotor widow, Ignored his at Capo ditions that may suddenly ries and jealousies of the Old World, and unex storm did not exceed 10 miles per Lookout, N. C. In 1879. aftor It had pactodly nrUo to chango entirely tho .(hi New World must stand bound attentions, nnd had bought rovongo hour at any tlmo. Illlzzards marked reglbtored a wind velocity of 138 courso of a by kidnaping tho youngster. storm or tho movement tuetbur for mutual protection nnd pi;i:siii:nt op sti:i:i:t by suddon acute drops in tomperaturo mllos an hour. In January 1881 a of a Unconsciously their i'xio.v is aiskkktki) or by high winds and heavy snow wind of 112 miles an hour was rogls-toro- d many cold wavo. For cxnmplo tho Thoro la rncro Catarrh in this section storms which form In the wary destine form them Into a on Pike's Peak, Colo. falls. of the country tluin all other diseases Such storms aro soinotlnies of the Gulf of Mexico ustnlly put together, and for years It wns d liie of the Americas." Chicago, June 1C. Mlehaol Car" futal to man and frequently to domesThe highost temperature on record to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed Jiiovo northoasterly to tho south Is 127.4 degreos F., In the simile, reglocal remedies, nnd by constantly falling ozzo, president of the local Street tic animals. coant of tho United States Cbildren that are affected by to cuie nun local trtutment, iironounccU Cleaners' Union nnd associate Tornadoes, the most destructive istered at Ouargln, Algorln. Tho low- whence of it Incurable. Cutarrh U a local disease, they may contlnuo In a north"Woi-imare pole and sickly and liable ureutly Influenced by constitutional con- "Hig Tim" Murphy, was under it nnd terrifying storms wo havo in this est tomporature known occurred nt east direction nlong tho coast or may and therefore requires constituto contract some fatal disease. ditions treatment. today for ciuostloiiliiK in con- hemUphoro and perhaps in tho world, Werchogoulsk, Siberia U0 desroos voer off unci pass Into tional Hall's Cutarrh MediWfciJe'a Cream Vermifuge tho Atlantic expels cine, manufactured by P. J, Cheney & nection with tho Dearborn-strerob- occur most frequently In the South neiow zero. Ilecnuso winds rnroly crro promptly and puts the chile' Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional bery, he being under Indictment, and West. Thoy como up so sud- blow in this cold region the oxtrdmo-l- y rcean without bringing any precipitation or winds along tho const. It H 4M lb rood to health Prices Re per remedy, in taUu Internally und acts charged with having attempted to dis- denly that thure low tomperatures common thoro thru the Wood on tho Mucous Surfaces Is absolutely no opnn evon bet as to Just what course by Ohio County Drug of tho System, One Hundred Dollars re- pose of money stolen In this robbery. portunity to give tattle. Sold any wurning. Thoy are more nearable. Tho ordlnarv these ward Is ofMM for any cane thut Hall's' storms will take and it Is doubt 42o With the arrest of Caroaxo postal last only a few minutes and disap mercury thermometer Is of no uso in Catarrh Medicine fall to cuio. Send for in ful If tho -circulars Mid testimonials. . luthorlties believe they liavo tho pear us suddenly us they begin. Thoy recording extrr mely low temperature nble to weather oxports will ever bo J'. J. CIIKNKV U CO., Toledo, Ohio. predict unfailingly how they Hold by l)ruln, 7f. WAltXN ICADH'AUS. ringleaders in n series of big mall occur mobt often from four to 5:30 because mercury freezes at 37.30 deHall's family I'lll lor conUpt!on. will go. theij s. They nssert that Curozzo, o'clock In the ufternoon, which U grees below zero F. An alcohol tubo "Ywiidettt Ohrenon Una drawn the stale of New York haa mndo with "Dig Tim" Murphy and Vinton- - Mully tho hottest time of tho da v. is generally used In cold cllmatos. YOUXH WOMAN HOXORKD W3 aialuft the bolsbevikl la Mx-- f u beginning nt the reduction of the io Cosmano, already under urreet,' April, May and Juno aro tho months The lowest temperature ovor ofand Una dimmed their hopes of cojt of government with u cut of plauued a series of mall thefts while . . gieaiest irequeuuy. Tne states ficially recorded In the United Statos Columbia university will award the tUS H Mrly control of the ooun-r- jr for this year aw com pa red In jail here uwaltlng trial for tho that suffer most from storms of this was 3.1 bolow sero. at Poplar Rov- degroe of doctor of philosophy to 20 tbirrttl by the deputlw uf the with last yeur. It It up to every murder of Muttrloe RurlKht. former typo nro Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, er, Mont., in January 1SSR. Fort joar-ol- d Usthor Loo Gould though Tftdieste tb president aent a letter to state government and vlllago novum-me- m head of tho street oloaneis. Thoy Kansas, Alabama. Georgia, MississipAria., lias the record for tho that young woman has only had one rry suite governor declaring that to do the same thing, if It does wore Inter freed of this oharge when pi, Texas und louthorn Minnesota. greatest heat In this country. At that ysar of preparatory work instead of outside of the law and not want loniQtlilHK to drop on It State's witness disappeared and could xdalMvisis Few people havo u clear under- Place a temperature of 119 degrees the specifiod throe or four. Sho is tbamcterlzed the attack on churoho like a thousaud of brick. standing of the difference between a was registered uot be located. in 1SS3. Yuma. Proficient In six lunguagos. CIVILIZATION AT by ng-nin- st nt . fifty-fourt- eomy. j.ifj ) -- how yoii9!! take WJ a pipe and P A T.M9 lf vant 1 WJ " JtiiwP suf-Ser- newly-invente- the national smoke -- fix-in- ! j ." 1 fu-'n- re or one-eigh- th 40-od- er I ro 11-1- 3, Children Cry CASTOF2IA sup-Iow- nr-ro- et ii I 00 " 1 FLIERS TO SINK stltutlon limiting the president to one term. Mitrlo Menocnl, tho retired president, held the reins of statu for oight years nnd gavo Cuba n splendid adHo was educated nt ministration. Cornell university; rone from private In the war with to ninjor-genorj Spain nnd promptly put Cuba an tho side of tho United States in tho war against Germany. I I -i. IllllllUlllft illl ..!.. r U1U nM III n. llfll- - t I. 0. T, C. HEN TO TAKE UP TRAINING 0 GERMAN SHIPS 100 Airships To Participate In Great Experiment Off The Coast. Newpor; NVwr, Va., June IS The fift ItoiiiblnR experiment to ltc conducted Jo.ntly by the United Stntea army nnrt navy air forces, off the At lantlc Coast, hflKlnnlng .Iiine 21, will mikI nine Herman war vernel to the bottom of the noa. TIiIk wholeimlo destruction of tho (irriniin ships, In conformity with the International RKreement liy which they were obtained. Is for tho purpose of determining tho effect of modem h1i!ib. If l)oniba or gunfire fnll to finish any of tho craft, depth charges will 2,200 Will Make The CH Army Chow Hard To Find els compared to 8,225,000 bushels product! last year from 350,000 ncras which showed a condition of 90 por cent on June 1. 1920. Ilarley acreage in Kentucky this year i about 10 per cont above that of 1920. Coiditlon is 91 par cont of normal a pioductlon of ibnut 187,00') hurhels compared to 112,000 last year. Farmers in many counllt report their meadows aro Into nnd very woady. ! ills :5gtoy t m -- - WM a uj' For Infanta nnd ChilfJreui. MMMWaRMawMsmMniMMIIUMflVM - i Louiovllie, Juno 1C All roads Apple pnwpects aro vory OXK.UiPTH OF SOILS ARM In most sections, the average BADLY WASHED AND KltODKl) will lead to Camp Henry Knox to being 5 u ', M day when 2,200 students of tho Ho- - about 18 per cent of a crop. -F'i. ll tcm:oi.-ai'i'.i:m i..l ...111 ' serve rst The first report on tobacco will bo &, i ruining mum iu Ullicurn Lrlntmi. Kv .Inn 1 S.Almiit simi!aiin'uicrood6'Kcula-- j one-fift- h of the tillable soils in Kon - ,renw cautliitance with backaches, mado early in July. l!nlhcbtarsnfidtoclsrf .0-Rr,l,f commands, kltchon pollco and tucky or 20.000 acres n county or a CANDIDATES GET PEEVED totrl of 2,500,000 acres for tho "Wi'tliy appetites. State hnvo become seriously was)ied I one tnousanu men ironi an parts ThcrctyPfonteitniDiiScsUon Paducah, Ky Juno 1C. Charges UnilOCl OiaiOS ngnm Will licip nml Bmlllml with llm ro.i.lt inai M,nlr ChccrfLlncssatidRcsLConUtas 10 ion none nno iiinsi of bribery wore mado today followusefulness In producing crops has l" caissons !.t,-- n ,!,,m fnrnhmenor shells, ing a fist fight between Art Brand, beon greatly reduced, nccording to hillsides down with threo-inc- h MJiinr.il KotXAUCOTIC while 1,200 inoro ,from tho Fourth of Maj field, Ky candldato 11. H. Stephonson, of the tolls nnd for jtejrt&fiSwaen J crops dopaitmont of tho College of and Fifth army corp3 area will tramp shorlff of Gravos County, and Ben Agriculture. Much of tho leaching t!io parado grounds, with the familiar Adams, of Hardwoll, Ky CommonSenna land washing could hnvo beon pre- - rifle causir.g a list jccau'.o of the wealth's attorney for the First Judibe Ufcd. cial District and now Seeking the ofvented by tho use of n wlntor cover unaccustomed volght. When the touts have been com- crop, nccording to tho specialist. Many of tho regular army officers fice of the circuit Judge, on tho lawn A Pan.nS'P'l' pleted, the dreadnought. Ostfrleslnntl, thickly seeded crop of rye or sod have who have had supervision of training of the Graves' Courthouse at May-fiel- d. UrIiI cruiser Frankfort, submarines been found to givo soils protection In colleges will bo in charge uf the - ti I..! Urand charges that ho receivIM11, nntl from lanching and washing during camp. Tho Infantry camp will bo ed a fund of $2,065 from a commitand Ult-llT aHI GonstJpalionand Diarrhoea.; a three destroyers will bo no more. In charge of sixty Instructors and tee representing fortj'-fo-;Graves tho winter. anil 1 evens""-'- -' the artillery division will havo for- County men under Indictment for the Svrli'M of Tots, n ty instructors. burning of tho Mayfield tobacco ;r rcsilllin fhcrcfrofuilnfaniy. a aeries of dead man named Tests will bo mudo In office chute. Ho alleges 'that he gave the Kuvc Previous Training. steps. The vohhoIh will bo examined racSirolcSijnatBreoiT Mllford, Conn., Is no place for Tho student rcscrvo officers are money to Adams, less tho $65 which by experts after ench step bo that the niaxlinum kunwldge uf the effect "dead ones" und when tho governor seniors of tho various colleges, and ho used, he says, for a trip to ChicajtoComp.cx; appointed Alonzo Hums ns harbor- have had previous training in milita- go where the deal was consummated, i is je of tho explosives can be gathered. KEWXUU- -Officials ay it Is unnecessary to master, cltlzons promptly petitioned ry tactics, but havo not attained the under promise to abate the prosecur,? H tions. Adams denies that he ever use 2. bomb on a vessel, tho governor to make another ap-- 1 proscribed number of hours of received any part of tho money or nnd glvo them a "live" ing to ho placed on tho reserve If bombs will do tho work. Hums has boen dead n year zr's list. It Is tho purpose of the knew of the plan to end tho proseHence first lilts will be niado with the smaller bomb, to be followed by and his name appeared on tho list six weeks' course to allow the stu- - cutions. Upon hearing .that Urand had redents to complete the course, and be other onus, up to the largest. And thru mistake. h ' isviaata it Erait Copy of Wrapper, peated the story, Adams advanced upTHE CCNTAUH COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY, come rescrvo officers. the effect of each hit will lie regisEftS?:? PULLS DOWN TOTH.M I'OLI! Fifteen hundred men also will at- on Urand, who admitted the truth of tered. tend the Civilian Training Camp, tho report. Adams attacked Brand Tho combing experiments are deJackson Anne-Ilootchief of the which will begin July 21, extending with his fists and struck several blows signed to determine: IJT- before tho men were separated. The ability of alrcrrft to locato Alaskan natives, has taken down the to August 20. Charles Pike, Chlca-totepole from tho yard of his homo go, Is chairman of tho Military Traln-- at vcrhcN operating In the coantffl zone ' V- TSitka, Alaska, and declares that ing Camp Association of the Central SIP..S. CATT'S KOUTUXE and to concentrate on such vessels (JOKS KOU SUPKUAGK sufficient homllng airplane to make from now on he Intends to live as a Department, having charge of appli-plal- n American cltlzon. Ho said he cations. an effctlve attack. J.aJriJ.'ST7 Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, noted Kentucky's quota has beon filled, The probability of hitting with droppod his old tribal customs be-- 1 woman suffragist, announces that the bombs front airplanes n vessol under cause he, thought they were a burden but tho State may bo allowed more, In the ovent some of the other States 1,737,000 which was left her by Mrs way and capable of maneuvering but to him. Frank Leslie is being used to The Hartford Republican has made a special a- fall to obtain their quota. Incapable of defense. the cause of woman suffrage. A Sunday-schowas try- Get 2 UVok's Training, Kurd to teacher 1011 Planes To Ito I'mmI. clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial National Guard units will be in-- Sho has turned tho money over to a More thnn 100 planes will be used ing to Impress upon tho plastic minds Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one her youthful pupils and asked all Istructcd July 25 to September 21. commission incorporated for tho purIn the attack. These will Include pose of disbursing it. year for the low price of latest type of Martin bomber, those who wanted to go to lienvon to Each unit will havo two weeks' train- the stand up. Three-year-oDora alono ing. which carries 3,000 pounds of bombs NIAfiAItA HICKOINi: DKA1I Maj. Gen. William Lassltor, Camp In addition to a complete armament remained seated. "Why, Dora!" quos-- j Honed the teacher, "all good little Commander, will have charge of all of machine guns, has a speed of 105 Anna E. Taylor, 50 old, the miles an hour and a cruising radius girls want to go to heaven. Why don't j schools. The Immediate command- - only woman who went over Niagara Ing officors of the It. O. T. C. camps you?" of r.00 :nlle3. "No ma'am, we ain't goln'; we're aro: Col. D. W. Kythcr, Infantry and falls in a barrel nnd lived to talk As fast as planes are built they are The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest goln' back to Detroit." Maj. Kene DcKussy Hoylc, artillery. about it, died in tho county infirmary flown to tested and immediately at Lockport, N. Y. Her feat In 1901 o-fMany forms of entertainment have and best papers in the South and we hope to receive Langley Kiold. Virginia. Here the brought much publicity but no mon-- j Army nnd Navy Air Sorvlco has - Germany went tho Chicago packers been provided for the K. O. T. C. ey. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and pursued her until Camps. On Juno 25 a ball will be mobilized the pick of Its flying per- one hottor, and utilized tho speal. ' seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in given In the hostess house of each death. She was seriously hurt in her Boston Herald. sonnel and organized the air fleet. exploit but tried to lecture without branch, artillery and infantry. Trips your subscription now. Don't delay. planes art ready for action. Scores of Even her barrel was stolen. t() Mammoth Cave and Lincoln Farm success. Some nnvy officials believo that a hel'a uvcu npvmirrnil ni mail UUUL a.yraar-"T-i-ii rv navxi hanti lUlttilbbUi ililKll mnmt l.r... uuxk-rbattleship is capable of withSAYS WOMEN "CUSS" MOST j rides havo been scheduled. standing tho most terrific bombing I v possible without being destroyed. Itev. C. F. Uelsner, pastor of the Surgeons agree that In cases of STOCK AND form a farming colony on aliout 500,-00- Q Others arc Iojs confident. Chelsea M. E. church, New York, PUREBRED acres of land In Northern Rur-ang- o. Cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the saj-And I'nclo Sain soon will know AID FOR THE FARMER that New York women "cuss" In six months, the report said, Is most important. first treatment B7 JONATHAN DRACE which are right. more than the women of any other tho colony has 50,000 bushels oC --When an efficient antiseptic is appli- city In tho world. "Swearing is tho i XIV VERMONT wheat ready for the market franr. ed proniptlj, there Is no danger of refuge Rest Itemed)- for Stomach Trouble of tho illiterate whoso vocabuHow serious tho livestock situa- several thousand acres under cultivaTUB o a of Infection and tho wound begins to laries are small, "ho commented in am pleased to havo tho oppor"I ' heal at once. For uso on man or tho same sermon. "This spoils and tion of tho country is at the present tion, planted also to 'corn bdana and tunity to say a good word for Chamthe name Vertlmo may bo gathered from the move- vegetables. beast, Borozone Is tho ideal antisep-tl- : coarsens women's beautj-.- " comes mont berlain's Tablets" writes Mrs. Mamie Villa has started schools to acment of the Morgan banking interhealing agent. Buy it now and llortel of Moborly, Mo., "I think they from tho ests and other financial Institutions commodate 500 children and arrangand bo ready for an emergencj. Price French "verts remdy for stomach trouarc. tho best SLAPS ItltING HEAVY FINE of the country to create a fund of ed with tho Mexican government to or monts," 30c, COc and 1.20. Sold by Ohio bles, blllousnoss nnd constipation I provldo teachers. ' Villa is regarded' $25,000,000 to be loaned in an green moun County Drub Co. m 1 havo taken thorn havo ever used. Mrs. Mary Pflastor slapped the face to rehabilitate tho industry. A by the colonists as chief and instructains, and it was likewise the off and on for two or three years of a clerk In a Washington hotel. large percentage of this money is ex- tor and the agent said he had taught French who were probably the GKItMAX SUH GOES DOWN and thpy nlwaya relievo indigestion, "Fifty dollars fine" announced the pected to be loaned In 'the south honest work to hundreds of former Urst white men to see those lofty tono up tho liver and inako mo feel court after hearing tho complaint. where the livestock Industry Is of tho marauders. landmarks which so appropriWashington, Juno 18. The for Mrs. in fine. ately give this state Its name. Pilaster said she was glad to sank pay any amount for the satisfaction first magnitude and promises with mm ' This was In July, 1C09, when f i mer Gorman submarine , Vn today while be-- J of slapping the "fresh" man's face. proper encouragement to become its ACCUSE AND DEFINE AMERICA. t Chumplalu made his memorable ' (near Capo Henrj-voyuge up the lake now culled jing towed from Portsmouth, N. H., "Very well, $100 then," replied the most important business. A percentage of this money it is to a position off Cape Charles, where ufter him set-t- o A lively little occurred In tho court. The lady 'said no more, at probable will come to Kentucky to be The llrst permanent settleit wns to have been a target for the Cuban congress when a fow disparagthat rate. ment was mude In 172-- nt disbursed among farmers for uso in guns of destroyers of the Atlantic ing remarks wore thrown out about where the Massachusetts this field. In this connection emfleet Wednesday. HISTORY'S PIONEER ACTRESS tho United States. Deputy Maza ofcolony established u fort us n phasis is being laid by experts upon Dispatches to tho Navy Departpresifered a resolution asking tho buffer ugnlnst Invasion from the tho necessity of tho farmer producment said tho ll had been leakRoso Coleman is said to have been dent to furnish congress some innorth. The territory ttsed wns ing water slowly thruout the trip tho world's pioneer actress. Before ing only the belter grade livestock part of what was known us the formation about tho mission of Gen. from Portsmouth and that the ves- 1G56 there were no women on the In order to get tho largest possible "Equivalent Lunds," which were Enoch Crowdcr, who was sent by tho sel's bow was resting on tho bottom stage. All female parts were im- return on his investment. Support sold ut public uuctlon In HartWashington government some months In nbout thlrty-flv- o ford for about u farthing an feet of water personated by men and even then by tho United States Government to ago to help straighten out tho Cuban the Farmer's Better Sire Sales beucre, the proceeds being donnted with tho stern projecting above the stage-actin- g was considered a diselection tangle. In his speech Mr. to Vulc college. Shortly ufter i surface. The submersible probably grace. In that year Rose Coleman ing held by tho Louisville Livestock Maza said tho United States had aid- this, settlers pushed eastward will bo raised. Sho was one of the broke the Ice by making her, debut Exchange and the Kentucky Pure ed Cuba to get her independence for from New York across Lake I submarines turned over to the Unit- In "The Siege of Rhodes." Her suc- Bred livestock Association is tho most tho selfish purpose of increasing her Champlaln and westward from ' ed States after the war for experi- cess was so pronounced that scores important step being taken In this own world power. But that remark New Hampshire. This led to disdirection. mental purposes. putes between these two coloof women entered the profession. started something. Both the lender The second of the sales to bo held nics as to their boundaries. Unof tho majority and tho leador of in this series will bo the auctioning LESS WHEAT IX KENTUCKY der tho leadership of Ethan AlALL .MUST WORK FOR STATE tho minority jumped to their feet and off of 200 pure bred bucks and ewes len New York's claims were redenounced tho speech and the speakand 2,000 high g'rad ewes at the sisted by a local military force, Kentucky's wheat crop now promA law in Bulgaria requires every er. The prevailing sentiment was which proudly called themselves ises 7,607,000 bUBhels compared to a citizen, male or female, to devote a Bourbon Stock Yards on August 11. clearly in favor of Amorlca. "the Green Mountuln Boys." It prospect May 1 for 7,851,000 bush- certain time at work for the state. In (ho sale of purobred registered telephones and supI wus these same men who played els according to the June crop report Tho young man must put in a year bulls on June 2 tho widest distribu- plies in stock. NKW PIIESIUEXT WANTS Make a, spesuch a brilliant part during the issued by tho United States Bureau on reaching the ago of 20 while ev- tion of the animals In Kentucky was MANY ItlSFOKMS AI)6lTKI Revolution. hoped to obtain the cialty of repair work. It is of Crops Estimates in cooperation ery girl on attaining tho age of 16 obtained. In 1777 a formal Constitution gale. All with W. C. Hanna, state commission must glvo six months service. Dur same results with the sheep n.ilin Biinnnnilrwl In ntinnirlnir rtrAnl you need Wire, Brackets, for tho state was adopted and er of agriculture. The condition of( ing the past year 600,000 persons tho animals at this sale will be guarex- -, Vermonters nro proud of tho fuct r, revolution, an donts without Spools, Insulators, Inthat theirs was the first of tho the Btnte's wheat crop dropped from) were at work for the government un- anteed as represented and tho prices, Pins, coptlonal occurrence for a Latin-Am- -! where they were sulated Wire, Lightning Aras at tho bull sale stutes to prohibit sluvery by 93 per cent May 1, to 87 per cent on der the law. Service consisted Howover, it tookj of erlcan republic. constitutional provision. For u Juno 1. Last year tho condition such matters as road making, street amazingly low, will bo made by the resters, Switches, or any moro than six months of fighting nnd number of years Vermont reJuno 1 was 65 per cent, and the final paving, bridgo building, building of farmers themselves. bquabbllng over tho conteatcd olcctlon I mained as a separate republic, for a telephone, call, wrUe yield turned out 5,610,000 bushels, schools and reading rooms and doing General Crowder representing ' with but In 1701 It was admitted to FARSIER VILLA TO SELL whilo the fivo year average 1915-191- sanitary service. or phone me. A few second? tho United States on tho ground, to the Union as the first addition to 50,000 BUSHELS WHEAT inclusive, was 9,878,000 bushtho ballot triumph and to j make the orljtlnnl thirteen stutes. hand 'phones in stock. Mu-tu- al Pa Tommy, I am not at all pleasels which Included the increased war In size Vermont has 0,50-peacefully Inaugurate Dr. Alfredo phone No. 1. Washington, June 18. Am offiaverage. ed with the report your mother gives miles, and its congres-ni'iiiZayas, tho coalition candidate. Gen cial report today from a government delegation numbers four. Oats are doing fairly well In most of your conduct today. Gomez, tho liberal candldrye, ubsont Tommj- - I knew you wouldn't be, agent who recently vlsJted Francisco It thus casts four votes for the counties on a good average. The In tho U. S. sent a cablegram prompresident. condition is 84 per cent of normal and and I told her so. But she went right Villa's farm " In Mexico, said tho forDr. Zayas In his ising ( by licClure Newipupcr tiymllcaU.) tho acreage about 346,500 including ahead and made tho report. Just mer bandit was living contentedly first messago advocated strict econamong 800 of his followers who now " Beaver Dam, Ky. a production of about 7,359,000 bush- - like a woman, ain't It? omy and adoption of ninny reforms, ror :5:s 0! hi S s W 8i Mothers Know Always Bears the Signature of 1M Genuine Castoria O l0 A Jf f ... 7, S, ur for For Over Thirty Years 000-poun- d traln-polntme- nt of-ni- STifl-pou- I vuiv z, ' m j j '", I anti-aircra- ft ol j of , ld . r1 ' The Story of ............... uur otaies 1 i ' s - cf-fo- rd U-- lll Telephones Brut-tlebor- o, U-l- No Need to hae Wait If part 9, ul W. G. MuF ESZZSSZJSS U . jyVfrjwJM 1MHBI X&iiMiAMMM HESSSSSSSSJS2D ?;r!OZ2ESESESSHE2S& :Wfu moa jff9EB ETC-'''?- Bimmm, MM or V7?3 KX3HJS MRKSKW PJ".Wa i5?! U . 'Ti M V!Kll 1 ' HA TFO D KY JULY Good program each The to o Attend regularly SjlWiMJKCm. i 50-5- night. I 50 local people backing it. majority of near 7,000,000 they again condemn the Republicans for failure to reduce old H. C. of L. And like the teachers' Weekly by Published everybody knows HAJBTFORD PRINTING COJEPANY salary resoliu-ion- , different, and that living expenses are Incorporated on the decrease. They also condemn ed the Republicans for the emergenW. S. TINSLEY, Editor cy tariff bill saying that the price of and Butiuvss Manager. farm supplies and materials had been Entered according to law at the increased by the measure (but we do Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., as mail not recall that the measure included matter ot the second class. agricultural Implements, did it?) and was hurt and not aidto thatbythe farmer duty on foreign shipAddress all communications placing a ed The Hartford Republican. ments of agricultural products into this Country. In other word" they NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS exactly .i5sel themselves by saying Subscribers desiring the paper sent give tho old that a tariff made one article highjo a new address must er and another lower. We wonder address in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c if the Woodcock will ever got back? per line, nnd Sc per lino for each ad- If he does ve will wpger that he will ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards be glad when the Democrats emit ot Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for resolutlng. each head line and signautre, money Hartford Republican the overwhelming In advance. Mr. and Mrs. Isom Midkiff and will daughter, Vesta Mae, and Miss Venlta Sheldon are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richmond. TELEPHONES wife and Mr. Frank Chambers, C9 Farmers Mutual baby were the guests of his mother, Mrs. Nora Chambers, Sunday. JUNE HI FRIDAY, the Several from here attonded ice cream supper at Walnut Grove The Democrats, in Convention as- Saturday night. sembled, at the court house Monday, Mr. and Mrs S. V. Flowers attend.pointed with pride to the Administra- ed church at Patesville Sunday. Nearly every one from this place tion of Wilson, but had both hands shoved down in their pockets up to attended the birthday dinner at Mr. their elbows on the SUinley-Blac- k 'Anderson Fields last Thursday. He regime. ' We hope Owsley don't find was a hundred years old. There were between 1200 and 1500 people it out. present. Mr. Roy Foreman, wife and little When Democrats in Mass Conventions condemn the Republican Ad- son Roy Jr., of Hartford were in this ministration for lowering the teach- neighborhood last week. On the way home from the Ice ers' salaries it's just about time to adjourn. The 150 or more teachers cream supper Saturday night Miss jn Ohio County, and tho other thous- Ruth Husk happened to a very painands within the State are not so ful accident. Sho was thrown from dense as to take stock In that sort the buggy and her arm broken. is visiting ttuff, neither can they Mr. Robert Chambers of silly-sall- y Jool the people of this good County his mother for a few days. He will 'with that sort of gush, as everybody leavessoon for New Mexico. and Nina not under, or needing the constant Misses Mattle Harnett care of a guarllan knows that the Burdctte were guests of Miss Elizasalary of the teachers of ithls County beth House Sunday afternoon. Sunday increased approximately 50 per cent Mrs. Lula Swopo spent last year, and that tho previous Dem- with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Milllgan. Miss Mattle Milllgan is at the bedocratic Administrations made no sort Mrs. Ella I serious effort for better pay for side of her sister-in-lalho "teachers. What was it that the Milllgan, of Owensboro,. who was Wood-coc- k did? operated on Saturday morning. Mrs. Mary Rearden was the guest A Candidate for one or the most of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Barimportant offices within the gift of ker, Friday. the people of this section of the Mr. Isom Mitchell, of Bells' Run, State, lu a .ptech at the Court hout?e was in this neighborhood last week. Monday, Witi both hands clench v. and raised u.uord Heaviu, bolcmnly GEDDES FOR WORLD PEACE. vowed and charged thait not a single one of Ed Morrow's Speaking at the University of Virpledges or promises had been fulfill- ginia, Sir Auckland Geddes, British ed. Oh! thou of short memory, or ambassador to this country, stressed is lit that he does not know, or maybe tho Impossibility of war between EngJU something else? Havo you forgot-le- u land and tho United States, and said the pledge to take ithe charitable ho wishes to seo all English-speakin- g And penal Institutions out of politics, peoples banded together In a tho Stato aid for better roads, the leadership of nations "to the era ot .improvement of educational facilities, world peace." "Peace," he said, "is and a number of other progressive necessary to national lief for nations grfteps. Rut these three suffice. A cannot squander their best and mainjnan running for Alderman, or con- tain the standard of their stock. stable might bo excused for making NECKLACE POISONS WOLN Hiich a statement, but not for the high office, to which this1 speaker An Imitation pearl necklace is reaspires. ported to have p'oisoned a woman in wearer in London. It is the first Our friends, tho Democrats, their resolutions adopted Monday, case of Its kind known. Tho patient, condomn the Republican's for failuro a woman of 31, noticed a rash whenThey ever sho wore the necklace. to reduce tho cost ot living. It was vvoro doing tho samo identical tiling found that tho beads under' warmth letter than eight years ago, reduce exuded a greasy substnuco that Ir- the high cost of living was their rltatqd tho skin.. -- kthoir main principal Locate Yap? Easy enough; in tho battlo cry, and while under their tho cost of living advanc- latitudo of diplomacy and the longtl-tml- o of discussion. Edison might ed around 300 per cent and an their opportunity to resolute, after have asked that, but he slipped u first Xhcy had been ejected from office by cog. Brooklyn Eagle. bnt other advertisements, Church Notices for services free, HERBERT. lc per word. Anonymous communications receive no attention. bo heard for n tilfk same day their heavier brethren lost mntlc version of the popular serial attractions can It Is entertainment, Instruction iv Fourth Night to the Provo first team. Tho score STRAY STREAKS spiratlou, brought to our door, an" Merrymnkcrs Quintette. was 11 to 9. Tho honors were sharLecture by Hon. Thomas F. Paris, no one can afford to nils It anyway. 0 ed (By Fluke McFluko.) Purchase your season ticket on sale "Community Welfare." at JAM ES II. WILLIAMS' IMtLCJ Firth Nfglit. The local third team journeyed to Price 52.00. It has been so doggon hot during Sulphur Springs Sunday and demonRobert O. Brlggs, entertainer nnd STORK. as the past several days we could not strated that they could play roal Impersonator, hotter known BIG DROP IN GALVANIZED V.lti; even fish, and when Its too hot for ball when they defeated the third "Smllin' Bob." us to frolic with the finny fellows the team of that place by tho score of Lecture by Dr. V. It. Cndy on No. 1 tubs Devil says the stuff in the thmomc-te- r 13 to 1. The boys had a hard time "Tho Birth and Death of Worlds." 7.V 8.--c No. 2 tubs is gittln nearly as thin as 'twould convincing local fans that thoy won The County Fair A pageant. !!.M) ell. be In Tho Southern Chautauqua Service No. 3 tubs by that score, but all reports were prills :to- same, so we will have to give furnishes this entertainment, and the the WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Our friend Jess Foster, created them tho glad hand-shakto be ono of tho Bureau is conceded 's quite a bit of merriment in the Hartford, Ky. vory best In tho country. All thoae Monday when S convention Island Station defeated the Mc- placing the name of Clarence Patton Henry team at McIIenry Sunday by For County Clerk: He stated I before the convention. ANNOUNCEMENTS tho score of S to 3. The Island Sta- -. ROY II. FOREMAN West Beaver that he was fe- - .the only Democrat Hon boys are setting pretty for a Dam. within the County who was qualifi- ' good licking, some team from Ohio For ('limit Judge ISOM MITCHELL Boll's Run. ed for County Tax Commissioner The j County will have to turn tho trick Wo are authorized to announce SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. Chairman, tiothe.-- with Mr Foster, and turn it quick or the Island boys R. W. SLACK MODE SCHROADER N. Rosine. finally explained that Patton was the are going to Uhlnk they have the 'a candidate for Judge ot the Sixth J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. only Democrat who passed the neces- 'goods on the whole crowd of us. If Circuit Court Dibtrlct, ot Kentucky, K. G. BARRASS Hartford. sary examination to entitle him to past history had anything to do with November election, 1921. M. F. CRUMLEY McHenry. go upor the ticket. tho score in this game the Island JAMES A. TATE Hartford. pulled tho unips boys,, argued and For Commonwealth's Attorney M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. from I. D. Wo have not heard thoir way and real ball playing did Wo are authorized to announce' It Is our Claire for quite a spell and not win. C. E. SMITH blief ahat he has either been kidFor .liillcr: a candidate for Commonwealth's At-- ( In order to pre- i napped or hiding out CHARLIE SMITH Hartford. R. 2. getting on tornoy of the Sixth Circuit Court The local team Is fast vent the authorities from, serving 'its feet and in another weok will be District, of Kentucky. Election No-- 1 WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. in our .( the necessary papers on him JOHN T. KING Hartford. open to take on all comers. We aro vcmber Sth 1921. 20.000 yon deffamatlon of character ' a trifle Iato in getting started but we S. A. LEE Sunnydalo. suit filed against him In Ben Rice's hope a late start win promise a goou HartBARNETT L. T1NSLEY For County and District court. Clair knows, that the Squire ending. ford. It. F. D. No. 5. Offices. don't like him very much, and has . JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, to announco We aro authorized therefore threatened to swear him Route 1. are the candidacy of the following cltl- -' Beaver Dam and Rob Roy off the bench, but Ben says I. D. C. scheduled to play on tho local dia McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON 7.pns. , Kiiblnct to tbn action of the Re- -. will be swoa'ring when Gnbril toots mond Sunday. This is certain to publican party In tho primary election his horn and he will still be occupy- ' I.a n mml fool (Tamil W O (1(111 t For Tav Commissioner August C, 1921: ing the high place. know who to root for but we are ROY F. KEOWN Fordsvllle. going to watch someone win. For Representative. It is said that there is a new For Magistrate, IRA JONES Arnold. counterfeit $20.00 William in circuup The local first 'team will tie (District No. 1) W. H. BAIZE Hartford. lation, but we have no fear of hav- Saturday July 2, with tho fast J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2. I. S. MASON Buford. ing one passed on us as our particuteam. Tho game ought to J. A. HOLING Upper East Hartthe bo a scorcher regardless of the fact denomination Is generally lar ford. t, rarely beyond the five. But that it is the local's first amo and For Circuit Clerk: should we, by some hocus-pocu(District No. 2.) FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. a couple of holes will have to that come into possession of ono of these bo filled due to tho loss of two W. C. KNOTT Contcrtown. V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllo. larger fellows so much suspicion home boys to Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART FELIX. SHAVER Coralvo. Beaver Dam. would be attracted to our having it (District No. 3 J hat we never could be able to get N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. For County Judge: McHenry Majesties play Rock-po- rt The rid of it, because of the close InspecO. E. SCOTT MACK COOK Hartford. Prentiss. tomorrow, and Martwick Sunbe given it by the fel- day. The McHenry 2nd team plays tion sure to Q. B. BROWN Simmons. WINSON SMITH Select. low Svhom we might try to pass it W. S. DEAN Dundee. Provo tomorrow and Martwick 2nd. (District No. 4.) to. R. R. WEDDING Hartford. team Sunday. J. W. CHEEK Askins. rt e. Ileni-acrat: J j , I I ( one-spos, - Louisville last week with a friend, and in our program of activities it was necessary that we make a jump of 15 blocks. Our time being limited and having waited 4 or 5 minutes for a car, wo suggested that in order to save time we ought to btart on, as wo could more than likely walk three or four squares before the first car would overtake us. After walking one block Mut with that poked us In the short-ribbig ham on the end of his arm and swore that ho would wait right there, as wo would not bo helped any, besides the further wo walked tho less we would get for our money when the car did catch up with us 'We were Jn o CLEAR RUN. of Mrs. Martha Jano Jnckson Hartford, Is the guest this week of her nephew, Robert Kirk ot Mils neighborhood. Mr. Sherman Park, who has been spending" the summer hero with his son, Emmett, has roturned to his homo in Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirk are tho proud parents of a new boy, who made his arrival Monday morning. Llttlo Miss Lucllo Hoover of Owensboro Is visiting relatives here this week. For County Attorney. OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Beda. G. A. RALPH Hartford. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. CICERO CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford. MALEN D. HEFLIN Ceatortown. (Dlstiict No. 0 JAMES W. GRAY Hartford. R. 5. (DlBtrlct No. 0.) J. A. EDGE Dundee. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Spring (Dlstrclt No. 7.) J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. J. N. LOGSDON Rosine. For Constable (District No. 7.) R. 11. s, BASHAM Rosine. a I BASEBALL BRIEFS. President Grant took the first step in 1S72 to reform tho federal civil bervioo. THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. HARTFORD, KY. Will have on hand throughout the year a full line of authorized The Rosine ball team lost a tight gamo to the Baizetown team at Ro-- I The score was 9 to 8. blno Sunday. This is tho second game this season between these two iteams. Tho first game went to Rosine by the tune of 11 to 5. Tho batteries for the were: for Rosine, Monroe Stoyart and Burden, for Baibotown, Wharley, Snodgrass and Baize. Sun-day'ga- ANNOUNCEMENT We aro authorized to announce C. B. GARDEN as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff ot Ohio County, subject to tho action of the primary ejection, August 6, 1921. IIAKTKOIM) TEXT BOOKS For both Comon Schools and High Schools. Also a complete stock of Pencils, Pens, Ink, Crayons, Tablets, Note Books, Pads, Pen Holders, Penci Holders, Sponges, Ink Stands, Fountain Pens, Rulers, and in fact, all the ordinary necessities for school work. CHAUTAUQUA -- stock-in-trad- e, Beaver Dam lost a hard gamo to tho fast Provo, Butler County team, Saturday. Tho game was forced to go Into extra frames In order for tho Butler County boys to win. Beaver Dam had the game sewed up, but the Frovo's tied the score in tho ninth and won out In the eleventh framo. -- July 2 to 0 Fivo IUtf Nights PROGRAM. NlRlit First Musical Arts Male Quartette. Second Night Kendreo Concert Party. Lecture by Prof. Milton Brown on 4 "Tho Problem of the Unpropared." Third Night. Tha Beaver Dam Maoad team de"Cappy Ricks" a delightful dra- Provo Mcond toam' the feated the , ICrpp ' I stork For Whv not make your kitchen cool tho flcn i away from your Fly Chnsor. and pleasant this summer hy using a by uidr.g Pratt nnle by W1CMA1IS & TAYI.OIt. Now I'roeMs oil stovo, the kind that VlWJI'lSiaiSJMLWlZUHn l mm ULAXVU-L'Hrtitrr- M.n :'.u-- .ny!Un in a uie Mr. Karl IlRrne, of Steubonvlllo, 1pm oil. WILLIAMS & TAYLOK, Agents. Ohio, is here fur n Vlnlt with his' parents, Mr. and M- -. O. I! Hartford, Ky. I i r Amoskeag Apron Ginghams Best Table Oil Cloth Hope Bleach .' Yard-wid- e ...: '..".'. ; 15c 35c 15c 10c 35c 25c $1.45 69c $1.00 Domestic 50c Bedticking 50c Percals 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 colored Organdy, all shades Organdies Playday Cloth, for rompers etc $2.00 Children's Gingham Dresses, six to fourteen years '10-inch '... .$1.50 $1.00 $2.00 65c 75c 50c 25c $1.39 Mm. It. R. Puqua, Mrs. G. H. Cr-do- n and daughter, Mnta Sallys Binnia, Summer lime ir.osm -- ? tlma. Any a KEEN KUTTHU l'ltch Kork, the Mrs. Hiloy McDowell and Mr. Grover Drown of Hartford, attended guaranteed kind. tho funeral of little Viola Itachel Drown,, WILLIAMS & TAYLOIl. at Ceralvo Tuosday. Mrs. Mlnnio V. Leo will return to Dr. Melrose Tappan and son. Mel-rotomorrow, nftor hor homo here Jr., of Kaufman, Toxas, arrived spending n week with friends and I rolntives In Dundee. in Hartford last Friday to make an oxtended visit with Dr. and Mrs. Mr. C. H. Howard with Ilond Uros. J. U. Tappan and other relative In i located at Gates, Tonn., returned Ohio County and Central City. Tuesday after spending a few days Mrs. Lucy A. Klein and son George here with his family, , and tho lntter's daughter, Miss Uov. It. E. Fuqua of this place, oc- Genevieve of Qulncy, 111., were in cupied tho pulpitis of tho Prentiss Hartford the first of this week calland Cool Springs Daptlst churches ing upon old friends and relatives. The Kleins formerly resided here, Saturday and Sunday. but left about 27 years ago. Mrs. G. II. Ponla'nd of Loulsvillo, Mrs. Clarence Iglchcart and baby, arrived hero last Saturday to spend two weeks with her father, Mr. W A. and little Miss Lola Geneva Dlack, of Hartford, together with Miss lono Clark and other relatives. Taylor of neaver Dam, went to Mrs. Harriet Miller of the Goshen Hockport Wednesday, where they country, is spending several days will spend several days with their hero, with her daughter, Mrs. Hoy aunt, Mrs. Z. Harrel and Mr. Harrel Foreman, and Mr. Foreman. Mrs. M. J. Hoss, City, and Mrs. Mrs. Itoy F. Keown of Fordsvillo, John T. Mooro, aro spending a few was conveyed to Owensboro Wednes- days with Mrs. W. H. Rhoads and day for t ho purpose of undergoing Mr. Hhoads of Goshen. Mrs. Ross an operation for appendicitis. will return to her home here Satur day, while Mrs. Moore will return to Mrs. A. M. McCracken, of Louis- her homo in Louisville on tho same ville, is spending n few days hero date. with her son, County Agent M. L. McCracken and Mrs. McCracken. Mr. L. D. Gandy, Supt. of the L-- I j0kWm(X' Ilk I Pi FEEL COOL well dressed and at ease in a r KEEP KOOL SUMMER SUIT Cheeiy, breezy models suggesting Summer recreation in every line. A Keep-KoSuit is an investment in style, an insurance against discomfort, a guarantee against serviceability. Let us show you the newest Keep-KoModel in Genuine Palm Beach ol ol 3G-in- ch 22kg$& The Hartford VHIDAV., (90, Republican . .ll'XK Miss Mary Louise Tappan Is spending the week with Miss Claris Baclius in Louisville 1! 1 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Flowor Pots, all sizes at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. All kinds of stock poas. W. E. ELLIS Hartford is to have what is looked forward to as boTng a real Chautauqua, July 2-- 6. Miss Emnier Park has recently had hor dwolllng repainted and the inside remodeled. . Mr. L. E. Charlett of Livermoro was In Hartford Wednesday, on a business crraud. 49tl & 1JIIO. Miss Helen Harnett, City, was, tho guest lant week-en- d of Mrs. Bernlce Judgo W. H. Uarnos Is confined to Frost, of Mogg. his homo on account of illness. See us for all kinds of grass and Mr. Will Leach or South Roslne, field seeds. Quality first. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. was In town Tuesday on business. COta I Ico Cream Froozors In all sizes. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr. Jasper Leach of Route 3 Dam, wus in Hartford Tuesday.Hlghost Cash and paultry. - Mr. J. W. Leisure and family of Owensboro, spent Sunday here, tho guests of Mrs. Altha Leisure. Col. I. P. Barnard, of Louisville, attended the funeral of Mr. R. C. Hudson of Buford, last Friday. Pries paid for eggs W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ' Mr. O. W. Williams of Heaver Dam. Route 3, was In town Tuesday on Mrs. J. Miss Gladys, were in Owensboro C. Bonnett and Mr. Marvin Bean of Akron, Ohio, arrived in Hartford Monday and will spend a week here with relatives and daughter, friends. f ' Tho pooled wool has been sold and Is to be delivered at Beaver Dam, 28. Mrs. A. W. Mills Is spending this Tuesday, Juno SILAS STEVENS. week with her daughter Mrs. Timer Westcrfleld, on Route 2. Dr. Nestor'Tlarnebt of Caneyvllle, Kuykendoll, of Cen- -, visited his brother, A. M. Barnett Miss Lottio tertown, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. and family of this place Saturday and Sunday. John Hell horo, this week. V :( Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Miss Carrie McKinney of Simmons, wont to Louisville Tuesday, where was the guest of Miss Martha Pato, M,r. Mayhugh Balzo of Chicago, 111. Mrs. Holbrook underwent a minor Clty tho first of this week. arrived hero a fow days ago and will surgical operation. spend 8omo time in a visit with his Wo have field fenco, rabbit, poultry Mrs. J. R. Pirtle went to Frankfort slstor, Mrs. Charlie Smith and Mr. 42tt and barbed wire fence. last Saturday to make an extended Smith, and other relatives in the W. R. ELLIS & BRO. visit with her daughter, Mrs. Vernon county, Peas and Mil Llgon and Mr. Llgon. Get your Soy Beans, Louis Grey Brown, of Harrisburg, let Seed from Miss Mary Marks, principal elect of Ark., who is spending tho summer vaSANDEFUR, r. L. D. j tho Hartford High School, attended cation' with relatives In the Taylor-tow- n Heaver Dam, Ky. C2t3 country, near Rochester, spent the commencement exercises of the Normal School at Bowling from Saturday to Tuesday hero, the Mr. H. M. neard, with tho Statoj Western guest of friends. week. Tax Commission, was in naruoru uu Green this County Wednesday and yester Ohio Mrs. W. J. Bean and little son, Mrs. G. W. Brunton and daughter, jt.t day. Tenn., hut Franklin, recently went to Anderlately of Chattanooga, now of Memphis, aro making an ex- son, Ind., where they will likely reMiss Nettle Glllosplo was the wook tended visit with Mrs. Brunton's main until tho last of July, guests D. D. end guest or her slstor, Mrs. Wright at Leitch-flcl- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Park, of of Mrs. Bean's brother, II. F. Hancock, and Mr. Hancock, and Mrs. Wright. Grove country. the Central d. Hroadway Coal Mining Co's. mine at Prof. W. P. Ilhonds of Central Ci- Simmons, was seriously injured by ty, spent tho first of this week with falling slate last Saturday while en Mr. and Mrs. W. II. his parents, gaged In removing other slato which Ilhoads, of the Goshen country. had previously fallen. Tho Injured man was conveyed to St. Anthony's Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Murphree Hospital, Louisville. went to Louisville Tuesday to spend several days with Mr. Kurphree's Mr. M. L. Heavrin, who has been mother, Mrs. Sarah 13. Murphree. in Cincinnati, Ohio duriAg the pist several weeks undergoing freatment "Aunt" Eliza Parks, an aged and for eye trouble, following an operahighly respected colored woman died tion, together with Mrs. Havrln, re at her homo in Hayti Monday, of ail- turned to their home hero Wednes ments incident to her advanced age. day. Mr. Heavrin is assured of full vision of 4he eye upon which the-- opCommonwealth's Attorney C. E. eration was performed. Smith Is expected to return homo tomorrow, from Owensboro, w'here ho NOTICE. has been in attendance of the Daviess Circuit Conn. To the Honorable Mack Cook, w Judge of the Ohio County Court: Mr. L. II. Harnett and son, Rollln, No'.Ico Is hereby given that on the of Hnt03ville, Ark., arrived in Hart 4th day of July, 1921, it being the ford last Saturday to visit relatives first day of the regular July term of and friends hero and at other points the 'Ohio County Court, a petition in the County. will bo filed in said Court asking for tho establishment of tho proposed Fire destroyed a residence In public road as follows: Horse Hranch Saturday night which A public road leading from 'the was' occupied by Mr. John Bratcher, main public road known as the but owned by our fellow townsman, Shultztown and Rochostcr public road Mr. G. J. Christian. to the main public road known as tho Rochester and Heaver Dam pubMr. John Taylor, of Ripley, Tenn., lic road according to tho location of returned home Monday, after spend- the route herein proposed viz: ing two or three days in Hartford, "AH of said proposed route locattho guest of his sister, Mrs. Rowan ed and Lituate in Ohio County, Ky., Holbrook and Mr. Holbrook. as foland particularly described lows: Beginning at a stone, on the Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, west sido of the Shultztown and daughter and son, MlssxEmilie and Rochester public road, W. A. Green's E. B. Jr., spent Sunday with Dr. corner in C. R. Lee's line; thence Pendleton's daughter, Mrs. W. B. West with Green and Lee's line, and Frost and Mr. Frost at Mogg. on the lands of the said Lee, about 250 yards to a stake, a corner of the Have you done your spring house said Green and Lee; thence samo cloaning? Wo havo all the imple- direction, and over the lands of the ments with which to do it. Brooms, said Lee, about 400 yards to a syca-momops, soap and washing powders of tree; thenco in a northwesterly nil kinds. .WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. direction, over tho lands of the said Leo, about 200 yards to a stone, Lee's Mr. Charlie Tappan, of Tulsa, who northwest corner in L. J. Elliott's is visiting friends and relatives In line; thenco in a northwesterly diCentral City, was a guest of his rection, over tho lands of said Elliott, nephew, Dr. J. B. Tappan and Mrs. about a of a mile to Tappan at this place last Saturday. stake, in tho lino between Luther El liott and L. J. Elliott, said stako beMr. H. B. Tr.ylor and son, Charlie, ing about 1C0 yards east of tho of Prentiss were in Hartford Mon- Rochester and Heaver Dam road; day and were accompanied homo by thence west with the line of tho Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rondor. Mr. said Luther Elliott and L. J. Elliott and Mrs Rondor will bo absent sever- and over tho lands of L. J. Elliott, al days. about 150 yards to said Heaver Dam and Rochester public road. Said Mr. W. Wado, of tho Select coun- road to bo 30 feet In' width, its entry lost a barn last Saturday night tire length." as a result of being struck by lightnGiven under our hands this tho ing. A rew farming implements and 23rd day of June, 1921, two sheep wero also consumed by the C."n. LEE, flames. W. A. GREEN et 1 ro one-four- th Tropical Worsteds Mohairs Cool Clothes, etc. m !Z3k "at son Harford, 3C f Kentucky. HJUMMA'Lill'.i.l',"rrra ir nirr7rjCTra--'nij-7gCTra- i NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves and Ovens For Delia Food quick-lightin- 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 Cfiim-nBurner. Come in we'll demonstrate to you whax clean, intense cooking heat really is. iJJ3KS Hartford, Ky. j? ey - ACTON BROS., -- - C. S. MOXLEY, 52t2 County Surveyor. e CHARGE PROVOKES WOMEN. The Janitor of tho Ventnor, N. J. city ball complained that weekly meetings of a women's league in tho city council chamber left tho floor strewn with cigarettes. Tbe women say tho attacTc "is ridiculous and unjustified" but the council adopted a resolution requiring tho league to pay $2 for each matinee session and $3 for every evening meeting held in the hall. W. J, Bryan may, liavo travoled more mileage- than any other living man, but several peoplo bavo gono farther. Chicago News. - PINE LUMBER Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Red Cedar Shingles, Sheating, Mouldings, Laths, Plaster, Cement, Lime, Felt Roofing, Metal Roofing, House Paint, Varnish Oil, Turpentine, Window Glass, Builders Hardware, Pumps, Water Systems, Lalley Light Plants, Buggies, Surreys, Wagons. Write us a card if you want to save some money. We will give you our delivered price by return mail. FORDSVJLLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY JAKE WILSON, Munntfer FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. . .. ., FARM DEPARTMENT. 3vrnl,n County Mock i IIKAVKU DAM. CIItCUlT COUIIT. In KfSB.tary of Agriculture y nets Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnrr, Judge 11. W. Slack, Owoutboeo. tho r nurnoso is iu vuuuui f rn Production for Mity. C. K. Smith, HartCoiu'th. Attorney Clerk It. W. King. stock, A flock tho Interstate shipment of live Lexington, Ky., Juno IS. ford. Pollco Judge J. W. Coopor. provent the spread of diseases. of 401 White Leghorn hens owned by and Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Included In tho publication arc nets Marshal It. F. Slovens. Joseph A. Anderson, Kenton coumj Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner relating to this subject, led the State's 47 demonstration of Congroos tin, Hartford. regulation. I)K1)8 villi:. provisions, and flocks In Slay egg Jproductlon with general Trustee Jury Fund CM P. Koown, of tho follow average record of 20.1 eggs n hen, to prevent tho spread an Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones. Hartford. Splenetic, southern, or according to an announcement made Ing diseases: Monday In March 1J daya Clerk Olla Cobb. A rogular morning operation of tho let In cattle; scabies In cat-tl- o Tho Ingrodlonts from which thr loilay by J. II, Martin, In cliargo of Texas fevor Coiu'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslncer. and sheep; dourlne In horses and colebratod medicine Tanlac Is made, bowels puts you In flno shape for Collogo of tho poultry work of tho plague; come from romote sections of the the day's work. If ou mls it you lot Mondny In May 12 dnji Civil. Mnrshul Grant Pollard. which Is cooperating asses; hog cholera and swino .Agriculture days Monday in July 13 In cnttlo. feel uncomfortable and cannot pit, lBt onrth, and aro transported thousand with tho owners In conducting the and tuberculosis Coiu'th. ond Civil. For nil of nilleg over land and sea to the vim Into your movements. demonstrations. A flock of 25a 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR September great Tanlac Laboratories nt. Dayton. bowel Irregularities Ilerblno la the 3d Monday In Cherries Miiy lie KaMIy Dried. I'OU IMtUSIJNT V'KAR by John Iteld, White Leghorns owned Civil. romedy. It purifies, strengthens and Tho months of Juno and July Ohio, and Wnlkervllle, Cannda. days Daviess county, was second on tho Mondny in Novcmbor 11 season thruout the Pyrenees, regulates. Price COc. Sold by Ohio 4th The Alps, Apponlnes, County Board of Education E. 8. list with a record of 19.2 eggs a hen arc tho cherry Com'th. and Civil. Everybody enjoys canned Uusslan-Asl- a, Brazil, West Indies, County Drug Co. country. Howard, S. S. O. O. while a flock of 912 White Leghorns so gonerally Hocky Mountains, Asia Minor, Pere COUNTY' COUHT. owned by A. J. Culver, Christian cherries, but it is not DIv. Xo. 1 11. A. Owon, Hartford. drying offers a sim- sia, India, Mexico, Columbia nnil Pe- roSSII.l7.KI) ItLOOP COKI'lSCi.KS Uoots first Monday In each month. county, was third with an average understood that Itouto C. preru are among the far away points ple and economical method for Judge Mack Cook. record of 18. .1 eggs n hen. canning Is In- from which tho principal properties Dlv. Xo. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvllle Prof. It. L. Moodlo of the UniversiCounty Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Othor owners listed among tho serving cherries when of this remarkable preparation are ty of Illinois reports having found in Dlv. Xo. 3. Claud Renfrew, Dunrecord of convenient. C. Blankcnahlp. Clerk W. en highest ones and the ono of tho bones of a dinosaur unSweet cherries, especially the dark, obtained. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. their flocks are as follows: Jacob varieties, such as the d What Is said to bo tho largest earthed in tho Como fossil beds of E. S. Howard. Superintendent Klingcnfus, Jefferson county, 17.3 Dlv. Xo. 1 Itobt. Goff, Itoslno. Dike-malaboratory In the Wyoming ovoid bodies which had the pharmaceutical .Taller Worth Tlchenor. eggs; Mrs. Frank Staplcford, Oldham Tartarian, lllng, Lambert, and Dlv. Xo. 5 Otis Stevens, Bcavor may bo employed for tho same United States has been completed at appearance of nlood corpuscles. By D. 12. Ward. Tax Commissioner county, 17. eggs; Mrs. J. T. Wilson, Dam. purposes as raisins. Tho sour or Dayton, Ohio, for tho manufacture of reason of the fact that European Bur.cyor C. 3. Moxloy. Henderson county, 16.S eggs; A. J. easily dried. Tanlac which, according to recent re- scientists havo found in prehistoric Dlv. Xo. C Xat LIndley, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Uodgers. Kern, Jefferson county, 1G.3 eggs; plo cherries aro also washed, picked over to ports, Is now having the largest sale bones similar bodle? which they reJV. P. Vaught, Pulaski county, 16.3 Tho fruit is FISCAL COUIIT. eggs; Laymon Jones, Calloway coun- remove stems and then spread In a of any medicine of its kind in the garded as fossilized blood corpuscles County Board of Examiners: E. S. on tho tray.i and placed world; over 20,000,000 bottles hav- he Is 'nrllned to believe that what he Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklft and ty, 15.6 eggs and J. C. Greer, Darren single layer observed was nothing less. Althou,'i October. ing been sold in six years. In the drier. county, 15.5 eggs. Ira Jones. 60,000 blood corpuscles havo never been 1st District Tho new plant occupies If tho fruits are very large, they Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th may be pitted before drying, but large square feet of floor space and has a found in tho bodies of Egyptian mumItouto 57 J'iill Culling Cumpalgn To Cover 100 juice, which contains daily capacity of 50,000 bottles. Uni- mies, he says, traces of blood In them 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- 17th. quantities of tho Counties. Bed blood a considerable portion of tho sugar form quality is guarantee 1 by a sc- aro readily discernible. er Dam. EXAMINATIONS IS. Plans Lexington Ky., June of the fruit, aro lost in the process. ries of careful Inspections by expert was found in tho body of a mamrd District Q. 13. Brown, Stmmoni. aro being completed by the poultry If this Juice which amounts to 35 to chemists from the time the roots, moth found in the frozen tundra of 1th District G. W. Howe. Center-towCommon School Diploma May 14 department of the Collego of Agricu- 50 gallons per ton of fruit, can be sav herbs, bark and flowers aro received eastern Siberia where it had been and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Da in lture for an extensive poultry culling ed and combined with apple or other in their rough stato from all parts uurleil for aliout 175,000 years. Bth District W. C. Daugherty.BaUo-towand Fordsvllle.. campaign which will bo conducted juices In the making of jellies, pit May 21 and 22 County Teachers of the globe until their medicinal Scientific tests showed tills blood to during July, August and September ting may bo attempted, otherwise the properties have been extracted by be similar to that of the elephant of (ith District XV. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). approximately and which will cover and tho most approved processes. The modern times. May 2S and 29 County Teachers B. F. Itlco, Fordsvllle. process Is both 7th District 100 counties In the State, according wasteful. Tho drier should not be finished medicine, is then bottled, 8th District 11. C. nhoadea, Hart- Exnmlnotlun at Hartford, (Colored). today by to an announcement made (MTV WIKSJSADKV out to tens of ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County and State and shipped hotter than 120 degrees F. when J. II. Martin, In charge of the depart- fresh cherries aro placed in it, and thousands of druggists thruout the Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvllle, H.UITFOIU). ment. Tho object of tl.i demonstra- the temperature should never rise United States and Canada to supply Tho town of Wiesbaden, f anion. (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. tions which .lll bo given will be to above 150 degrees, as cherries es- - a demand never before equalled by for its baths and as a resort for Juno 23 nnd 20 County and Stato - and their wi.es how to show farmerClerk J. A. Howard. wealtny Germans, has been so chang Teachers' Examination at Hartford, pclally are easily Injured by over this, or any other medicine. distinguish between tho heavy-layin- g Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. ed by the French as to lose Its former (Colorod). heating. Marshal E. P. Casebler. and tho "loafer" hen. The campaign Sept. 17 and IS County and Statft character and resemble a French city. GHAI'K IMIICKS HICHKU. will bo a part of the poultry Poisoned Unit I Ui'st Kor Killing It Is neor Frankfurt, in the occupied Tonchers' Examination at Hartford, KOCKl'OltT being carried standardization work (Whito). Cutworm. California grapes this year are area, and the big hotels are now run Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilor. on by tho college. Sept. 21 nnd 25 County and Stato Cutworms appear in early spring selling at $50 to $90 a ton, compared by tiie French, wno have also bought Clerk X. II. Bratcher. Specialists from the department Teachers' Examination at Hartford, and cut off the stemo of young plants with $40 to $50 a ton before prohi- '(Kio of the baths in the expectation Pcllco Judg- e- S L. Fulkerson. will spend two days in all counties (Colored). at the surface of the ground. They bition. Officials claim tho rise is of a continuation of the occupation Marshal Ed J Bratcher. having farm or homo demonstration Tho best due to increased demand for grapes Tho t,own is now quite a gay one and aro quickly destructive. agents at which time demonstrations remedy is poisoned bait. For a small and grape juice and sacramental and many French as well as foreign touwill bo mado'on farm flocks in such garden mix 2 level tablespoons of medical wine and to a crop shortage rists and soldiers are Mocking there a way that the farmers can go home white arsenic, arsenate of lead, or caused by frost. This year's crop of The Germans sadly declare that the , g hena from and cull the Paris green into 5 pounds of dry 275.000 tons is valued at $20,000.-00- city can never bo the same again. their own flocks. Demonstration al- bran. Add from 5 to 6 quarts of s so will be held In counties not having water, in which half a pint of sorm eu TKOTZKY CAXCKIt SUPFKKKIt J""""!. JV agents in which there Is sufficient ghum or cheap molasses has been ' Teething babies always have a hard 'lfflt----ll-----A--Dvr.AMbOTAAV interest shown in the work. A. S. mixed. After the mash has stood time of It when this process occurs SW Tho'irh no Russian papers men i-i 7 Chapin, J. II. Bardsley, J. It. Smyth, FOR scatter it thinly over in hot weather. They not only have tion the matter, unofficial reports Dissolved PERSONAL HYGIENE several hours in water for douche stopr and Mr. Martin will conduct the tho garden or a small quantity at the to contend with painful gums hut the have persisted that Leon Trotzky, j pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamdemonstrations. Put the poison stomach is disordered, bowels loose minister of war of tho bolshevik go-- i mation Recommended by Lydia E. of the plants. base Tho eminent is seriously Ml in a s.inita-- ' Pinltham Med. Co, for ten years. on late in tho day, so it wll bo moist and tho body uncomfortable. Poster Makes Strong Appeal Kor during the night when tho cutworms best help you can give the little suf rium near Moscow. Travelers, some A healing wonder for nam! catarrh, sore throat and tore oyer Economical. Healthy Cuttle. P1-1- J feed. ferer is 5?cGco's Baby Elixir. It cor of them communists, havo brought H extrinnjuiary rlcamins and trcnniudil rww-- r. diTree. SOc. all ftnton'.t,. nr m.n..l UK Unlike most other Infectious sour stomach, cools and quiets tho report that the collapse of Trotz-ky'- s 3fcrS3ie Tlig Pitonf o3r I Conpjny. IVtoo. Rim. kw rects . m 3. seases, tuberculosis has an Insidious Spraying Contiols Grapevine Looper. the bowels and helps digestion. Price A Safe Old Fasliioned health and that of other bolsheway of working under cover and of- The grapevine looper, a green worm 35c and GOc per bottle. Sold by Ohio vik leaders has added heavily to the Remedy for Worms tentimes animals of tho most healthy about an inch and a half long, some- County Drug Co. m burdens of Promior Lcnine, who is Seventy. five yer continappearance are found to react to the times destructive to garden and aruous use is tne best testitrying to stavo off tho downfall of txsHwatfa monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE tuberculin test, say veterinarians of bor grapes and to Virginia creeper, DEDICATE SOLTII'S his government. The report has alcan oiler you. tho United States Department of Ag- has been found by the United States "WHITE HOUSE." so como out that Lcnine has applied Keep a bottle always on No cattle owner can af- Department of Agriculture observers riculture. hand. It wdl help Leep for permission to make a trip to Engthe little ones healthy wn,ra ford to live in doubt as to whether doing some damage to vineyards in Tho mansion of Jefferson Davis at land for tho purpose of furthering end happy. his animals aro affected, they add. the Chautauqua belt along Lake Erie. Montgomery. Ala., has boon opened tho trade relations agreement with 30c bottl e t 70m dru rgiit'a or ttnrialitoie; or if your dealer This point Is brought out clearly in The worm ordinarily feeds from early as one of tho two or three principal that country. i can' I .upply nd !! nams , ., I Ol ?!, by in Juno until the middle of July. d poster published wubvvhu ...V... A..AM..1.S .a a and 30c in ataroua and vre'U ot nubii ;vciyuuij( uiis. shrines of tho old south. At the dediaend )ou a bottla promptly. piuwiiauou ur.u itmcic tho department on which is shown "I say, porter, did you find $50 i in ucivuut they ore the supreme It may be killed by spraying. A cation of tho historic "White Hon" E. 4 S. FREY. Biltlmari, Hi. f '.veaknesse From all solution of 4wo herds of dairy cattle. pounds of powder of tho Confederacy," Senator Harri- on tho floor this morning?" remedy, a: thousands have testified. l's appearances the animals of both ed arsenate of lead to 50 gallons of son of Miss., was the leading speaker. "Yes, suh. Thank you suh." FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND herds are healthy, but as a matter liquid has been found effective. The Ho urged tho amendment of the con- Brown Jug. STOMACH TROUBLE of fact those of ono herd are afflict- poison may be used In water or may stitution to embody some of tho it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. ed with tuberculosis. be combined with Bordeaux mixture Ideas In the Confederacy's charter. MOONSHINERS AMBUSH The poster also shows two children used to control fungous diseases. A Ho thought a reform . PROHIBITION OFFICERS would be WILL one healthy, one diseased and tho spray application directed primarily wrought If the term of tho president TAKE point is brought out that tubercu- against tho grapevlno rootworm and was limited to six years and ho was Ky., May 28. A Bardstown, hanged July 8. Tho prisoner was lous animals may transmit tho disease the grape-berr- y moth, Immediately made ineliglblo for and battlo between prohibition enforceto children who drink tho milk pro- after the blossoms fall, incidentally that greater economy would bo ef- ment agents and moonshiners was taken from the officers as ho was being escorted from the courtroom duced. The poster Is a strong appeal controls tho grapevlno looper. fected If that part of tho Confederate fought two miles east of hero today and was rushed to the sceno of his A Treatment Sot healthy cattle, and it is to be constitution could bo adopted which whon the agents were ambuscd while crime, whero ho was tied to tho used extensively In tho tuberculosis-eradicatio- n Gie Frequent Care To The Ico Chest required a for WEAR vote of con- raiding a still there. Green B. Price, stump of a tree. campaign being carried e Choose a ice chest; it gress to make federal appropriations. ono of the officrs, was lnjurd slightLUNGS or v Williams calmly smoked a ci.on by the department. uses less Ice than ono of poor con- "And, oh!" ho explnimcd, "that homo ly on ono arm by ono of tho shots garette as .the match was applied to CONSUMPTION Careful experiments in practical struction. It should keep a tempera-atur- o of tho present-da- y Democrats would fired by tho moonshiners. the fuel around him and he made work havo shown that tuberculosis of 50 degrees F. or loss, say read that part of the Confederate conThe still was captured and removed but little outcry as the flames slowcan not bo detected to any great ex- specialists in tho United States De- stitution that condemned a protective by an automobile to Bardstown, ly burned him to death. relief down felloe, It was re- A quick pains (or that tired, run(wests, hemorextent among animals by physical coughs, In cbeit. night partment of Agriculture. Test yours tariff and prohibited tho passage of where It was put with sovon others ported he made a full confes- rhage!, weak lunes or consumption. II It does that aminations. Tho most reliable meth- with a thermometer. any such law." captured in tho past several days. sion. ast help you it costs you aolbtaf. 0 od is tho tuberculin test applied by a Keep tho ice chest clean; wlpo up The tires of tho raiders car were cut OHIO MEDICAL CO. trained operator. Tuberculin, while anything spilled in it and, when aSiKii.el? whllo they wore moving the still. All .regarded as tho most accurate necessary wash it out with hot water. tho moonshiners escaped. DISPLAY FATAL diagnostic agency known to science, in safe only in tho hands of u trainBUILDING TRADES O. K. For Infants and Children What will hold the boys on tho A collision between two flro en14 PER CENT REDUCTION ed and skillful operator who is ac- farms and multiply the wealth of In Use For Over Years gines, participating In tho opening quainted with its limitations and tho fanners? Moro power and less -with tho symptoms It produces In the nad work. Dr. Seaman A. Knapp. Alway3 bears Evansville, Ind., Juno 18. The demonstration of New Orle s the week," resulted in tho carpenters and bricklayers animals to which it is applied, the of the Signature of department veterinarians say. city will have their wages reduced 14 death of two firemen and the Injury Protect Cucumber Vines With Cloth- per cent under (he scale paid last of 20 others. The fire department covered Framed. DEATH VALLKY MADE SAFE TVew Itulcf, For Interstate Shipment jyear, according to a decision made was to stage a mimic flro battlo, but The striped cucumber beetle and I Of Live Stock. today by a board of arbitration, nam- - the streets were so filled with spectatn0 cucumber beetle at- , reTho Automobile Club of Southern jed some time ago and composed of a tors and autos that a smash-u- p Jtegulatlona governing tho Inter- - tack cucumber, squash and melon 'I -- atato movement of livo stock, which On sulted. vjnes thruout the East. Tho best California lies completed the work minister and two attorneys. become effectlvo on and after July protection Is to cover young plants of making Dsath Valley and tho sur- April 1, when contractors announced AVOMKN IN PUBLIC OFFICE 1, 1921, and which supersede pre- - with cheeeecloth-covere- d frames, rounding dosert safo for trnvclors. a general reduction in wages of 20 t all tho time. Don't lay oM yIous regulations on this subject, Whlch may be made on barrel-hoo- p Metal guidepost3, (which unappro-dativ- e per cent, tho building trades quit from work for daya by taking calomel ma'yor of Nebras- when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x The first womtm" travelers can't uco for fire- work, but returned under an agreehavo been published by tho United arches. When tho insects actually kecpa yo States Department of Agriculture. BOt access to tho leaves a solution of wood) have been erected and all ment that tho cut would not bo less ka la Miss Mary Peterson, who was on your feet, while relieving your troulx water holes and wells havo been than 10 nor more than 20 per cent. elected to head the lied Cloud city le. Safer too, and cosy to take. DornL For purposes of Identlflcatto-- , these arsenate of lead and Bordeaux anything government by a majority of sovon takoEliminates else. You can't afford aro designed as B. A. I. turo is effectlvo. marked so that they can bo found it. prisons, cleanses By votes. Mrs. James Ousloy Is the tern and rclievca constipation. A natday or night. Moro then a year was MOB BURNS NEGRO (Bureau of Animal Industry) Order SENTENCED TO DIE pioneer mayoress in Missouri. She ural remedy, natural In its actions, sure ,273. Tho regulations published In I 'or Tho Belief or Itheumutfc Pains. consumed iu tho work and now mo heads the St. James municipal gov- in its effect and certain in results. 1 When you havo stiffness and sore-lio- torists no longer need fear to tra lho circular prcscrlbo for tho Inspec- won't be long beforo win Moultrie, Ga June IS. John Hen- ernment. An ticket was completely displaco calomel in every disinfection, certification, treat- - ncss of tho muscles, aching joints and verse the formerly trackless waetos. ry Williams, negro slayer of Lorena elected In Thayer, Kans. Mrs. II, home.; Children can tako it freely gnl m ment, handling, and method and man- - find it difficult to move without pain Wilkes, white girl, was Widow was elected mayor and Mrs. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarHOMAGE TO "IXIST CAUSE." ner of delivery and shlpmen of livo try massaging the affected parts with anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles.) None burned at the stake today by a mob Hattle Drowstor pollco judge. Doth genuino without tho likeness stock which Is subject to Interstate Chamberlain's Liniment. It will and sigDavi of the lleve tho pain and make rest and banner after ho had been convicted of first aro widows. All of the new town turo of L. K. Grieeby. For eale by e With the Tho enforcement ra draped with the stars and bars of degree murder and sentenced to be council are also women. SBULUITJ, - Utxtttsk MM regulations Is assigned to tho Secre- - sleep possible. solid-fleshen, n. n. time-consumiO--non-layin- - tho Confederacy around the apoaU-o- t' stand, tribute was paid on June 5, tho Southern Memorial day, to PARTS OF GLOBE the momory of the men who fought on the loving aid of the Civil war. Officers of tho army, navy and ma-- r no corps, bluejackets and soldiers Tanlac Elements Come From stood side by sido with the confederate gray in tho Confederate section Many Lands Far Away of Arlington cemetery whllo children From Here. of tho Confederacy passed among tho graves placing flowers on cncli one. FROM REMOTEST ECTORV pEvcry Woman Wants) 0. Mothers use t I CZ lur umunai WW& prmi' THI& w HS"5 L iaxtosN!aui l& two-colore- fers ci-,- c triei rl 53 -- YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY -- two-thir- well-mad- gaAi3 FOR.ONE MONTH CASTOR. A 30 USE LI V-VtR-- Cia&&!&L nt I For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Fccl-.rlph- n, star-spangl- ed !. V A. OK Ii. ItlMHCTH KENTUCKY HAS (w KEO INTKitXATIOVAI, UXIO.V OHIO DOES HONOR TO NATIVE SONS llnidlnjt llusl nt Mies, (Mil.. intcil! Calvin CooPih, Is Hpr.ilicr. Drill-' FOR AN INVESTMENT Survey Commission Recommends Prompt Action To Provide Adequate Educational Facilities For Youth wsiiit lo urse every llnniulilful tu give IicimI In oniphiislm In ll'i' M'l'.v jcrent MiH'il fur our fiiu-st. iii lo .iiiil.i' mi lnv iiiiiriii In lis I'. .Morrow, I in ill Kciituiky t'ni rrporl, wliliii ll t (!nv-cri'i- ir jirovlili if li-- Tli" liiiporliuiei' of prntnpt nrtliui to nililltlniiiil ftiellltli's for tin1 I niwiVt of Kentucky In lis tiiilnliii: if II. joiitli of tin sliilc fur position ill lllvlHS out ('oiiiiiilsft'ofi, Ml lo tin t:nli' nnlM'ililc.s of Ohio, Iiiilliinii, I mils ,iml Wlreonsln for it sillily of ilnlil i.int i'iilipniont with ruspect In K. nn;t U'i lii'isN. i fffl Unit tlio development of Kentiiil.y, Industrial'-- , nprieultitnilly mil eitwi .uioii'illy, depends in no niuhII ti siti'i upon Hie jmiintt n:iiieo of u f iIji mis is lirmmlii llllll till1 ll'i- In l!ii' rrpnrt K'iitii(l;. t.'iirh Survr-iniuli' n II-- i MXitli "tnle untverxily where Hie Ji .ruleour Miito'inny Imve (mImcu-- I of . not advance in fur iih It should there Is tiirnod buck Into her pii'.niuii u stHid Mow of wniim men i,. I v Miiien who hint' hud twining in i, !. -- n iinil iiofesli.liiil Ileitis. fie .enr einllnc .Inly I. 1.1. n "1 (1KI,IWII whn levVd for Ohio hi Mutt I nm rsity, for I'mdiie (uhere 'i.iif of the ami'' unit entity WolU .111 jiU-ss i i- Tie time bus enmo for n lep for- bttniiM Kentucky iiril, ilie iinirr is 'ins report. n.il iilwinlnci'H eqml to tho liest," i. iii'i, foiir e la ire.i-ei- Iim.i.i,. i Is .Ion.-)- , ttMlO.lHIO; Wisenii- j,.Mhi,I(H) and ii, sMiiiMH.il; Illinois, . .IOO,00(i. The Itlshiinres'if hat thi'si Iti.stittitlniis the milling lileiiiilum IncieiiM's x.iU fr "i 'M to M per cent. "' K tillirkv excels these Mules In i nr.il resoiiices and this (.'ominlsMoii s of 'lie opinii n tlmt their Mi;erior In- lusiri.il anil nirrlcullurul devi lopinent , lar-- -l trnreiihle to tho llilenslvu i.iniiiiK inoxlihsl for their tltlzen.s byAt! IliMllnlie ex elleiitl eipllpiM-Compare Hieir nnlveiMly bud- .iis. .els uiili Halt of Keninel;. Indli'im, a ill) m assessment roll of I1m billions, inn per lent M.iinitloii, plans phielim u iiihon nml n half dollars at the tlN- i.s.il of renliic mid a i:ke amouni for VImiii.sIii, i I'nlersity of Indliina twth ibe snrae aren as KoatueU, piaen.illv equal popiil.ilhm and with twon Its nsilllioiis and a half dollar. es mint roll as comparee" with Ken- .tickj's two billion and a quarter del- ars, fnrnlshc moru than seven times.is much for university work. Wiscous.ii eNpends Si. 11 per capita. Indiana Illinois Iks Ohio oS ( ,0 cents. Kentucky 1cents. tents. cuts and "Illinois lias aireauy inetien su.ww,-XX- ) i. In lis plant; Ohio, $.).IK)0,U00; Purdue, .fJ, 100,000, mil Kentucky "With the exception of a shop erected durnitf the war from federal funds in new construction has been carried nit In the past ten years at the University of Kentucky. With a growth per cent In the student body In jf the University of Kentucky In ten Instruction ears. the lltmr area-fopurposes has Increased but It per cent." Tho commission recommended that oo.noo annually for the ne.xt ten years be provided Tor new buildings mid equipment for the University. Substantial Increases In appropriations for operation In the next two years were uracil by this body In their appeal Ir the people of the slate. Tho personnel of this commission follows. (force Colvln, State Superintendent if Public Instruction; ltalneyT. Wells, member of State Tax Commission; Kr.ink McKce, farmer and stock jaNer, Versailles; rresldent Frank I,. McVoy, of the University of Kentucky; Dean Thomas. Cooper, of the College of Herbert Crahani, Secretary f the University Alumni Association; Kra (ilUK Heslstrur of the Univertho sity; Harry (lovannoll, editor of ediLexington Leader; 11. V. I'oiV'ey, tor of the Ashland Independent; Thornton Council, the Courier-Journa- Her1' K. Holmes, the Lexington Stale President ald; 10. - Harrison, U'.xiinitou; (.en. the Knnners' Union, 11. Woods, l'nsevllle, State rresldent the Federation of Farm llureaus; Clem S. Niinii, Marlon, State Senator; Newton llrlKlit, Kniinenco, Stalo Senator; Joe F. Hosworth, Middlesboro, Speaker of House of ltepresentat ves; Chailes II. Kills, Sturcis, State President the Hunkers' Association; Georce the H. Kiisol, Cuvlnston, president t.iml-neLiberty National H.ink; l. W. Salyersvllle. Circuit Judw; attor-nev- ; .Muss, IlowliiiK Oreen. John F. Huser, shland, attorney; Stanley Heed. Muysvllle, attorney; J. 1. Mocqiiot, Paducah, attor-neW. K. Stewart. Lutilsvlllo, and W. T. Fouler, Assistant Statu Attornej (icnelal. Continuing Its report the Commission said: "The Kxperlmcnt Slat on lias perrirnied splendid work with the funds that It has received from tho Mate, iln enormous returns lor tho Kilty thousand dolbns expenditure. lias been provided annually for this purpose, which should bo Increased to MO'MiOd to provide not only for the work now helm; carried on, but to kIm funds necessary for the Jnvostlcatlou of problems of nmrkotlnsr, fnrni ler- and iiiuliitenmuo of soil tillty. , ", "If the youth of Kentucky equal iiiiportunltles linve cilucMioi.al to those of oilier commonwealths, it Kentucky Is to be developed l If our Industry Is to be manned, our educational Institutions o Ulcered and our scieiitlllc woilt dmio by the coiiiIiib Kcneratlon of this In an they must he trained Institution properly UiiancGil and adequately equipped. To achieve this of every requires the clilzen Interested In the ilovelopiiioiit of educiitlonal opportunity, the University can but lead. Its support tnusi coluo from the- people el Kentucky. n 1 WIs-i.nsli- l other Mute the titflirt lme niuiuriiill leil above m will lme dur- - lt Denvor, Col., June 1C. Tho council of the American Federation of I.nlior linn finally and completely reiuiillnted tho International Federation of Trade Unions ai It Is now conducted. Thin announcement wns niado nt the convention hondqiinrtci of Proildont Samuel (loinpbrs, who made public, n copy or a letter sent to tho nccrotarlat of the Ktiroponn trade union uinvement nt AuiBtonlam. After dunounciiiR as 'offenslvo nnd liiHultitiK' a recent communication from the International federation nslc-lii- K the council to reconsldor its actions In withdrawing Its affiliation, Mr. Ooiupers, on holialf of the council, in the letter Raid: with "Iimofar as our affiliation tho International Federation of Trade Unions at tho present tlmo Is concerned wo must repeat the for-l- u or declarations made In our communications to you, empliaslzo them, if possible, nnd await the hour nt which it may he possible to fulfill our hopes of a united movement on n hails that accords wish the philosophy of democracy, with autonomy for nil, freedom for nil and a coirimnn i;oal of u better time for all the tollers and nil the people." Reviewing the alleged revolutionary activities and war manifestos of the International, which caused tho council! to sever connections with the Kuropeau movement several months nKo. The American labor chief furthor stated that American labor must "decline to accept your declarations and proclamations as truly expressive of tho sentiments of the whole trade union niovemiit of Kurope." Tho federation unanimously repudiated tho "one bit; union" Idea. Without discussion, the forty-firannual convention of the federation sustained the action of its committee on organization In nnncoiiciirrliu; on a resolution calling for "ono body of workers thru amalgamations, federations and protective agreements". The convention was thrown Into confusion when several delegates by objections denied tho negro delegates permission to introduce a resolution condemning "mob violence" of the "Klu KIux Klan or White Caps" of the South. Gonipors had Presldont Samuel great difficulty In rostoring order, as nearly a scoro of delegates jumped from their seats and demanded the nam os of tho delegates who had objected. He declined to glvo the names. As tho confusion Increased, President William Ilutchoson, of tho United Hrotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners, arose and said: "If you want to know who tho objector Is it Is I." Several delegates called his name aloud as the convention proceeded to other business. st Nile, O., Juno 18. The nation's President nnd a mertyrod President, both Ohio nntlve sons, Warren G. Harding nnd Wllllnm McKfnloy, wore showered with equal praise horo today at the unveiling of n bronze bust of tho former In tho momoiial of tho Coolldgo. Whllo Vice Prosldont Socrotnry of Labor John J. Davis, Govornor Davis, of Ohio, and Congressman John G. Cooper, of Youngs-tow- n oxtollod tho lives of tho living and tho dead Presidents from tho shadows of tho whlto inarhlo building, the gigantic statuo of tho martyr gazed solemnly and majestically on the .throng thnt gathered In the sweltering sun to pay homage. The similarity of character, purpose, ambitions, achievements and lives of Jho two wcro themes of tho addresses of the speakers. , Keciftary Davis' Kuloy. McKInloy sot before tho country not nn cxninplo of political wisdom, declared the secretary of labor. "Ho gave it an cxamplo of moral fire. the fainting moral He touc'.icd strength of tho people, ho put tho llro of his own will to tholn and they laughed at their foolish fears and went forward agrln with n new vim and prospered as never befo-- o. "Now rss!;i wo have before us a leader with the sr.mo pure faith, tho suae high ccifMcnco in tho strength and purpose of our people. Already the hopeful, hclpil, roarsurlnc words of President Harding, reflected back on the national faith that elected him, have had a quickening effect. In his few short weeks In office, President Harding has shown tho good will of McKlnley, the patience nnd forbearance of Lincoln and the drive of ltoosovelt." At the conclusion of the Vice President's nddrcss, Mrs. J. I). Waddell. wife of the president of the NIIps Chamber of Commerce, which niado arrangements for the ceremonies, pulled the cord which unfurled the large flag which up to this time had covered the Harding bust. As tho flag parted at tho top revealing tho face of the President In bronze, the crowd gavo a prolonged cheer and, rltl.ig, sang the National Anthem. Coolldgo to Itoston. "There aro In this country," declared Vlco President Coolidgo, "as in every other, two contending forces representing reaction on tho one hand and revolution on tho other. It Is not unfair to characterize them both as radical. President Harding leads neither to tho reaction line' nor to the revolutionary lino. He holds to tho rational lino. "Tho burden of tho hour Is the It Is not needs of tho government. by adding to requirements of tho government, hut by taking from them that the burdens of the people can bo lightened." Tho Vlco President and Mrs. Coolidgo and Governor Davis left at S o'clock for Cleveland, tho former and his wlfp going on to IJoston. Secretary Davis stopped with relatives in Girard for n few hours before leaving for Washington. latter. 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. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK- have something" to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company IXCOKPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY r If you liavo tho Itch, don't scratch. It docs not euro tho troublo and makes the skin bleed. Apply Ual-lard- 'a Hub It In Snow Liniment. gently on the affected parts. It relieves Itching instantly and a few applications removes tho causo thus performing n permanent euro. Price ,10c, GOc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by ni Ohio County Drug Co. - HANDITS TIIUKATKN COXSTAXTIXOIM.K 1 l: MANY DKAT1IS IN U. S. UNNKCESSAKY Tho Turkish capital has become so unsafo on account of swarms of robAccording to Surgeon -- General bers that tho American embassy Is dimming of tho U. S. public health nuarded by nrmed sailors. Tho city service at least 100,000 out of tho Is threatened with famine since tho persons dying In, ono year to leave their vlllags to 1,250,000 farmers fear In this country could be saved by tho till their fields. Turkish nationalists application of avallablo medical encouraging tho say tho Crooks aro bandits, while tho Greeks put tho hlamo on tho Hulgarlan chiefs. Tho French have employed armored cars to protect railroad and telegraph lines. ISLANDS DK.MAND SKIiK-HUI.K r, le v; -- pub-lisiie- r, Grenada and St. Lucia, Islands of the llrltlsh West Indies, sent a delegation of flvo men to London with A a potltlon for similar agitation Is being carried on They In other Islands of tho group. nro not satisfied with tho plan of partial representation In the legislative council offered thoin by Winston Churchill, minister for tho colonics. Tho colonial sccrotary at Kingstown, Island of St. Vincent, announced that he was prepared to recommend n of roprosontatlvo govoilninont for tho Hrltish Wost Indies. de-cr- eo CASTO R . -- Cliildxen Cry FLETCHER'S FOR r - J AXTI.Sl'KKHAOK ACTIVITIKS The Tennosseo supremo court dismissed tho Injunction suit brought to hninpor tho by of equal suffrago by that state. In Maryland tho "antls," thru tho Constitutional League, aro attacking tho validity of tho 19th amonduicut In tho court of appeals. rati-llcatl- knowledge. For instanco 15,000 persons dlo annually of diphtheria, despite tho existence of an effective could have saved antitoxin which tho life of practically all of thorn. In llko manner tho annual typhoid toll of 10,000 lives could bo avoided in last night. Mr. Williams, thru his attorney, is largo measure, he declares. also conducting nn investigation to Explorers in the Navajo country of determine tho Identity of tho parties, Now Mexico somo time ago discoverwho he claims stolo the guns from his ed tho ruins of a prehistoric villm He Is also concerned rewarehouse. consisting of u scoro of houses of garding tho whereabouts of 105 ad.Vjuemiii ditional machine guns which ho said from four to 50 rooms pieces of artistic pottery woro found. wero stolen at tho same tlmo nnd havo These nnd the ancient tombs which not yot been found. Mr. Williams, various according to City Attorney Fallon, of woro excavated revealed interesting facts n connection with llobolten, Is a contractor with an oftho prehistoric Inhabitants of tho fice on Uroadway, New York. place. Advlcos from Hnrtford, whoro tho n. arms wero manufactured, stated toPAINTS U. S. 1ILACIC day they woro niado for tho Auto Ordnmico Company of New York and "UIg mil Haywood, who slipped shipped In tho usual way. At tho away to Kussta to avoid -- t prison of that company hero knowledge toini in tho United States for his I. of their salo to Frank Williams was W. W. activities during the war, had disclaimed. an Intorvlew published In a Russian paper In which ho pictured frightful conditions In this country. Fields of FOR FLETCHER'S potatoos, rice etc., ho said, worn alto rot because of a "capitalistic lowed o-conspiracy to hold up prici4 nnd '' worklngmou Into submis- 1'RANCE WILL HAVE starve the TO IlOltllOW 11ILLIONS sion." Ho declared that tho capitalists nro tho owners of tho land und M. Choron, of tho finnuoa commitIndustries and are ready to dost the workmen as well ni nature's tee, informed tho senate that Franco would have to borrow 32,000,000,- bounties for their own hcnetlt. of-fl- co 000 francs to cover expenditures this brarics have been burned as fuel and SEEK OWNER OK CONFISCATED GUNS year. This Is equivalent at normal tho paper used for cigarettes. exchange to $C,000,000,000. He statOwnership ed that France was In a difficult but New York, Juno 16. Impossible situation if Germany of tho 475 machine guns and tho hun- not fis yester- meets her obligations regularly and dreds of spare parte, seized France makes a proper effort. The day by custom officials after they expectd from were found secreted on tho steam- report fixes tho amount 15,130,000,000 ship East Side, and presumed to have Germany in 1021 as and that 60,000,000,000 francs, boon destined for Ireland, aro still Germany has alsubject of Investigation by govern- francs chargeable to guns, thru the ready been spent. It Is estimated ment officials. Tho ! completed agency of a federal warrant of de- that reconstruction will bo today to tho in eight years, and tnat tho cost aftention, were restored 22,000,000,-00- 0 possession of custom officials from ter 1921 will be about Read how Mrs. Albert francs. a search Gregory, of R. F. D. No. whom they were taken on 1, Bluford, 111., got rid of and seizure warrant by tho Hohoken 1 MANNEQUINS OlIJECT TO her ills. ''During police. was awfully weak . . . LENGTH OF DRESSES My pains were terrific. I A hearing set for today was Intendthought ! would die. The ed to bring out tho story of how they bearing-dow- n pains were Paris received a real shock when came to'be on board tho ship and to actually so severe I could the beautiful girls at the famous Wilnot stand the pressure of establish tho claim of Frank who establishments dressmakers' my hands on the lower liams that they wore stolen from his wear the now creations in order to of my stomach . . . Fart warehouse, but tho hearing was defelt as if life was show them, rebelled sysalnst showing off after the federal writ had so clared short time. Ono TH for but a was worried .My. much of their own person. . husband been served. was discharged of tho girls who eveninR, while readOne officials said they would Customs ing the Birthday Almawhen she objected that her senso of take the arms from Hohoken 'police modesty was outraged brought suit nac, he came across a case similar to mine, and headquarters to a custom storehouse act for damages of $1000, which went straight for some tomorrow and there hold them until Cardui for mc to try. a scare Into the dressmakers. mystery surrounding their dis- throw the girls havo organized to fight covery is solved. Federal agents are Other the caso to a1 finish. Tho courts will TAKE working on several angles of the case, probably have to decide just how low Including an attempt to trace the gown may bo cut beforo modesty guns from tho factory In which they a suffers. They are also were manufactured. questioning present and former memNot even tho Volstead act can keep bers of the crew, Tho inquiry will a determined man from being his extend to Norfolk, to which port the worst enemy. Toledo Dlado. ship cleared after leaving Now York own ja !XbXbXh3 Pains an were ns Terrific ... n CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the resulls were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, m and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself tnaiiK God am once more hale E3 FJ and hearty, can walk 3 ao "' vo n,lles HCS though 44 years old, feel EJ ELJSJ like a new person. All 1 owe lo Cardui." For "eg13 many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system H.J2 when run down by dlsL yf"m orderspecuiiartowomcn ROLSIIBVISM ON LAST LEGS Many reports havo been coming of Russia from various sources indicating that tho very men in charge of tho bolshevik government havo recognized Its failure. Lenlno Is said to havo announced that communism thoro Is in complete bankruptcy," and has advised tho return capitalism, with tho of unlimited constitutional democrats to aid In of the state. Tho tho rebuilding seizing of Vladivostok by antl-hoshevlst forcos is regarded as an In- -j Even dlcatlon of tho inovonient. Trotzky Is said to havo confessed to his doctor that ho Is a failure. Education in Russia Is In a pecuHector liar stato of demoralization. Nicolo, a Swiss, who mudo n thorough study under the gulia of a sympathiser of the bolehevlk system, debus broken clares that oduoatlon down. At the age uf 13 children aro sent to labor school, and they finat 17. ish their iovlBt oduoatlon There U nothing mure since aoctdemlob and commercial Teachers oxlbt. kohooU no longer have no preparation and tho schools lack books and maps for study. LI- - out d l- W K P Ohiltiron Ory o CA STO R A rvrt w hlgh-cchoo- Take Cardui tf-K-K- -S MMMMMW.).,MM,i.,M,M(1,.,w,.ji.MMMWM,,,,M,MiiMWM..Mi.,awMWW,,,,M Prof. Warron Peyton. Dependent and delinquent chlldren.-M'r- of. J. 3. Mitchell, Mr Charles Wedding. PROGRAM, JULY 11-- 15 9:20. Why I need a high school D. D. Moseley. education 9:10. Rtnoflta 1 havo received Session Of Five Days Prom- from this Institute. It Is hoped that every teacher In the Institute will ises To Be Of Unusurespond. al Interest. 10:10. Rccoss. 10:30. Instructor. 11: IB. Noon. MONDAY, JULY 11, 11121. Gmilimticm Exercises 0.00 a. in. Call to order by Su1:00 p. m. March. perintendent. Sons, America by InSong IJy Hertford Choir. stitute. Devotional oxorclsos Hov. Graduation address by Supt. Geo. T. T. Frailer. Colvln. Attor9: SO. Wolcomo Address Presentation of diplomas. ney O. C. Martin. Adjournment. Response Prof. Oscar Sliultz. FRIDAY, .lUliY 15. x 10.00. Organization. Enrollment. S:30. Devotional exercises Rev. 10:20. Rocess. R. E. Fuqua. 10:40. Address by Instructor. 9:00. Address by Instructor. 11:30. Noon. 10:00. Recess. 1:00 p. m. Should tho first day 10:20. Report of committees, etc. of school bo a community day? Why? 11:00. Instructor. Mrs. Mary White. Adjournment. a 1:10. Organization and classifiPROF. O. D. CARSON, cation O. D. Carson, Everett Bratch-c- r. MISS MARY MARKS, MUS. E. S. HOWARD, Program Committee. I:.i0 Wow may tho ono teacher school bo Improved? C. 13. Shown. Tho attention of every teacher in 1:50. Explanation of tho daily the County is respectfully called to program as outlined Frank Miller. section 192 of the Common School 2:20. Receis. Law which provides that real sick2:40. Spelling. How may wo Mrs. I. ness or othor disability Is the only in teaching spelling? durvalid excuse for S. Mason. 2:50. Is our present method of ing the entire session of the Institeaching reading ono fault of bad tute. It is not possible to place all teachspelling? Prof. Ellis Sandefur, Mrs. ers on tho program, however, any S. O. Keown. subject Is open for discussion and 3:00. Discussion by Instructor. evory teacher is supposed to take 4:00. Adjournment. part in it. TUESDAY JULY 12. An Invitation is extended to the S:30 Song. Devotional exercises public to attend this Institute and esRev. Russell Walker. pecially on Thursday afternoon for fewrton m FffjffiifE 9:00. Announce a substantial reduction it the prices cars, effective &i- -. Hi illo iff the Common School Graduation Exercises. We hope that every boy and girl who passed the examination in January and May will be present on Thursday afternoon and receive a diploma. Prof. A. M. Stickles will be with us to insii'iict tho Institute. He served the teachers In the samo capacity last year and was unanimously recalled, by them for this year. He has had several years experience as instructor and is recognized as one of the ablest Instructor. and most progressive .school men of of discussion 11.00. General the State. teaching all subjects taught in tho - E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C first eight grades, questions etc., by all teachers, Instructions by Prof. NOTICE. Stickles. 12:00. Noon. Notice is hereby given that the 1:00 p. m. Continuation of tho Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis relating to first eight discussion to Railway Company is expecting grades. make a fill at its trestle in the town 2:30. Recess. of Fordsville, Ohio County, Kentuc4:00. Adjournment. ky, where said trestle crosses one WEDNESDAY, JULY IS. of the streets of said town, which is Rev. 8:30. Devotional exercises jolnd by a public county road. The Birch Shields. railway company will provide an op-o- n teachers answerS:45. Roll-cal- l, drlvo way 12 feet wide and 13 ing with a short quotation from an feet high thru said fill. The balAmerican author. ance of the fill will be solid. On the 9:00. Community Activities. Tho day of the July term of the country teacher's life. first bright star In a an application Ohio County Court Oscar Sliultz, Evorstt Liles, will be filed for an order of court .l.i'u Marllssa Foster. directing that said work may be dono 9:20. Give- tho school tho best so far as the county may be concernvou have and the best will como back ed in the effect if any :L'at such fill to you. Mieses Elizabeth Davidson, may have upon the traveling public UuUah Moore. coming from the county road afore9:40. Activities of the teacher said into the street mentioned. i side ou the school Profs. Warren LOUISVILLE HENDERSON & ST. I . :on. R. A. Belt. LOUIS RAILWAY, CO. 52t2 up10:00 Tho teacher's Influence By J. R. Skillman, Gen. Counsel. on the lives of tho pupils Missoa Ma-Russell, Virglo Mao Uurdotto. Sermons can now bo sent to a ' ! n. Rpcqps. man's home by radio, but up to dato l, as a com-10:20. Tho school e has devised a way to pass .. ... etnui Pi'olh. J. S .Mitchell, the contribution plate by wireless. H. C. Crowder. 10:30. Out of school life Into ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. life's tchool Profs. W. S. Hill, Ozna Sliultz. All persons having claims against 10:50. Tho relation of tho school to the church Rov. Jno. Hamilton. tho estate of Ed Gldcombs decea.d, 11:00. Community Clubs. Tho will present same to me, propt.lv v title of debating societies Frank proven on or before July 1st., 1921 or they will bo forever barred. And Miller. Community 1:10. Singing all those who know themselves to be l'rofs. Stnnloy Murphy, O. D. Carson. Indebted to said estate will please call 11:20. DIscubsIoii by Instructor. and settle on or before said dato. 12:00. Noon. This May 31st, 1921. 1:0(1 p. in. Parent-ToachAsU. S. CARSON, Admr. Report of tho Hartford sociation: Ed Gldcombs, deceased. l'arent-tciicho- r Mrs. J. association U. Wilson. Report of the Doaver MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lY'tm Vfll'llevllln nnil Mnliimv .la. Miclatlomt by the President of each, Ohio Circuit Court. Report of tho Nocreok Association Emma Ray. ot al., Plaintiffs. Vs. Notlco of Sale. ('. U. Shown. Paper commontiiig on Floswio T. Hrey Wostorfiold, ct tho purpose of the parent-touche- r, al.. Defendants. Mrs. K. S. Howard. association Ry virtue of n judgment and or2:00. Kecews. of nlo directed to mo in the der 2:10. Pluys and paijeants Miss above btylod action ,at tho May term of the said court directing me to sell Mary Marks. the hereinafter described real estate, 2:20. Sewiug and Canning Clubs for tho purpose of paying the cots of MJw, Sullie Henri Coloniuu. the above styled action together with salo and :.30. Agricultural Club Profe. the cost of this tho proceedsdividing among tho remainder of ,, tpm Ppvton. Wilbur Hhoads. those untitled thereto, I will offer 2:40. Tho plnco of play Jn tho for nale at public outcry to the hightho in... i Mihoui C. U. Shown, Mack est and best bidder ut Ky., Court House door In Hartford, on Mon.rtln. day. July 4th, 1921, It being the 2:150. Vocational education first day of the regular July term of v )f. JJelt. the Ohio circuit court, ut about the hour of twelve thirty o'clack P. M. 3:10. DlsQiikwion by Instructor. on h credit of six nnd twolvu months, 4:00. Adjournment. the following dohcrlbed real estate, THURSDAY, JULY 11. lying and being in Ohio County, Ky., on the wuters of Panther Creek and (TruMcoV Day.) Ruv bounded and described us follows: :IU. Dsvotionnl HxoialfcUH On the east by tin lauds of Frank r o. Mamlltou. Ward; on the south by the lands ot .45. Agriculture, the now Pro Ed Miuilej ou the west by tho lund of spelling. 9:00. Continuation "What difficulties have you in teachHow may they bo oving reading? ercome? Ree Igleheart, O. C. Daniel. 9:20. Discussion by Prof. Stickles. 10:00. Recess. 10:20. Writing. How use the copy book? C. K. Carson, C. E. Allen. of discussion General 10:40. methods of teaching writing Led by bl no-onor , S: 15. Roll-cal- l. F. CASEB IER Beaver Dam, Ky. SON, v. ijmsMs"mkasm of tho heirs of Forrest Smith and on the north by the lands of Frank Ward, being the same land allotted to Jno. and Francis Russellburg, in tho division of the lands of Jas. Ward, deceased and containing 100 acres more or less." j Tho purchaser will bo required to execute bonds immediately after sale, payable in equal installments In six and twelve months and bearing interest at the rate of C per cent per annum from date until paid, with security to be approved by the comSaid bonds to have the missioner. force and effect of a judgment and a Pen will be retained on the land sold to turther secure tho payment of said bonds. Given under my hand this the 13th day ol June, 1921. OIIO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. A. D. Kirk, Attorney. I I e MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. E. G. Annls, Ohio Circuit Court. vs. Notice of sale. Claud Macy and Mrs. Claud Macy, Defendants. Ry virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit court ontered in tho above styled action at Its May term, 1921, directing me an commissioner of said court to sell tho hereinafter described property, for the purpose of paying the Judgment of the plaintiff against tho defendants of $1545.00, with interest in the-suthereon at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from January 1st, 1920 and all cost3 of this action and tv cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at tho court house door in Plaintiff. o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six months, the following described property or so much thereof as is necessary: Two tracls of land near Cromwell, Ohio County Ky., bounded as follows: Beginning at a stone on sldo of Morgantown and Hartford road corner to Lon Kitches lot; thence N. 23 E. 26 poles to a stone; thence N. W. 161 94 poles to a gum; thencp S. 55 E. 11 poles to a stone; thence S. 25 W. 161 94 poles to a stake, N. 70 W. 6 6 poles S. 24 W. 25 poles to said road; thence with said road 70 W. 30 poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, more or less. Second tract, adjoining tho above described and beginning at W. Angles south east corner; thence with Morgantown and Hartford road 69 , yards to a stake; thence N. 29 E. 129 yards to a stake D. A. Miller's line; thence with said Miller's Hie S. 71 W. 69,2 yards to a "stake in said Anglo's line; thence with said Anglo's lino 29' yards to the beginning, containing i acres more or less. The purchnser will bo required to execute his bond immediately after sale, with security to be approved by in six the commissioner, payablo months, bearing interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per annum from dato until paid. Said bond to have tho A forco and effect of a Judgment. Hen will bo retained on tho land sold to further secure the payment of said bond. Given under my hand this the 13th ,' day of Juno 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. I). B. Rhoads, Attorney. i Hartford Kentucky on Mondny, July 4. 1921, at about the hour of 12:30 VWjOtfJX Th" der '""? blue CUPOLA chimney Insures, pet feet combustion un- m Doni let this o nappe n to Yon m ! tho heat Is clean and Intense. The flamo comes to full flamo Immediately and is under instant control; always plainly visible through tho mica window. There are no parts that can burn out becauso tho flamo is frco and nono of tho burner parts nre subject to the heat of tho flamo. 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