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The Hartford republican: July 1, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921070101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 1, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV TB ENFORCE LAW ON NEW SCHOOLS Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yca& NUMBER T HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, budget ' In, tho amount It ccrrlos at any glvon tlmo, Is tho maximum which can ho spent. To encourage tho paring of estlmntes, tho director hns In mind a system of "row.irds and punishments" for thoso who sul-m- lt the estlmntes. Tho remits of their Individual work will lio laid before thp ..olilont for hla action. MRS. .1. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921. N. MAItTIX THIRTY-THICK!- -: ANSWERS SUMMONS YEARS Hooker and Z. Forrcll or McHcnry; OK AGE liAST FRIDAY Al. A. Embry, Bnlzctown; II. L. Jar-hoe, Trlslor and Alfred Mauzy, or MRS. E. H. MASSEY GIVEN DIVORCE .State Supervisor To Insist Buildings Comply With Statute. Juno 28. County Frankfort. superintendents nnd boards of oduca-lomust observe tlio state law requiring that pinna for now school buildings lio submitted to tho office of the state Miporlntomler.' for apf'-.-- K, ii proval, occorrt'ng to n lottnr Just sent fit- i.'f'ce or .1. Ylrt.l ('hnp-i- i cut .r of rural -- ch'iols mi. state "iprr fl i letter cc'lc the attontlon of the ruporlntendft'ti1 mil bonrd'i to the law and urges that It ho kept In n. nil and that those who imve not hopn observing It do go. Mr Chapman stntod In Riving out tho letter that most of tho counties the law, hut have hei'ii observing In visiting summer schools he that had round that In a numhor of counties buildings had heon orected without compliance with the lnw. WmiN IIiiIIiIIiik Commissioner. "Wo hopo later," ald Mr. Chapman, "to have a law providing Tor si commissioner of school buildings. At present, however ,tho offlco of the state superintendent, with tho cooperation or tho Stato Hoard of Health, passos on tho plans." The letter calls attention to the of tho fact that nlneteon-twontloth- s regulations governing school building construction In tho various states have, been passed within tho last of years. At least forty-fostates havo some legal tho forty-eigrequirements In this connection. or tho states, he In says, npproval or tho plans and specifications or even plnns for enlargement of school buildings Is vested In tho stnto authorities. In some states the boards or health flf-U- Jh ur ht two-thir- "Judging irom reports to tho United States Hureau or Education," he .said, "gonoral satisfaction has resulted rrom such laws. It results In freeing tho local boards or demands I ol persons with somo influorico and who havo personal demands to make, and often results in securing local cooperation which could not bo obtained otherwise if tho plans wero made and pasted upon solely by local agencies." In some states, he said, stato funds are being used to secure local aid. JlltS. SALLY STEVENS Mrs. Sally Stcvons, widow or Hlcliurd A. Stovons, died nt hor homo In Nowtonvlllo. Ind., Juno 17. tho direct causo ol her doath being aHec-tlo- n or tho kidneys, although sho surrorod rrom Injuries sustained In a fall sovcral months prior to doath and had been continuously conrined to hor bed as a result. Ago also operated against her, sho being 75. Mrs. Stcvons was originally a Mis3 Benton and was born and reared In Ohio County, whoro sho has many rolatlves. and friends among the, older peoplo who knew hor best. Tho remains were buried nt Nowtonvlllo', on Sunday following her death. Tho deceased lady is survived by r, thrco sons and threo daughters, Pearl Stovons and Warren and Mrs. Henry Ward or Falrbury, 111., Mrs. James Varncr and Miss Vorda Stovons, or Nowtonvlllo, Ind. Del-nio- am WILL CONKER TODAY OX FEDERAL BUDGET Washington, Juno 2S. The first atop toward tho making of a fe.doral budget will bo takon tomorrow at what Is bollovod to bo tho first meeting of Its kind In Amorlcan history, a conference of all oxocutlvo and offlolala of tho government Director Dawoa of tho budgot had prepared today u statomont, which ho will make to tho officials and will set which, It was understood, forth In dotall tho director's views of tho machinery and necessary to success of a federal bud-gsystem. It was submitted for cabinet approval today. President Harding U oxpected to presldo at the meeting. Associates of tho llrecto.' said ho already had begun "roundlnf u.i the loose .'iu!' preparatory to breaking Ahc news lo oil officials that ence the ot Mrs. Jemima N. Martin, aged 88 yoars 4 months nnd 7 days, arter long periods of sufrering during the past scvoral years, duo to genat health, died eral' broken her homo In Cromwell, Monday morning nt 4 o'clock. Mrs. Martin was NI'JW HAVEN APPLIES FOR tho widow or the lato Wado N. MarLOAN OK EIGHT MILLIONS tin who preceded her In dentil como 20 yearn. Washington, Juno 23. The New She lived a conscientious christian Vork, New Haven and Hartford Hall-roa- d lire, being a member or tho Green having Haptlst Church asked the Interstate Commerce IHvor Commission today to approve n loan united with that body at tho ago was held In and from tho government or $8,000,000, or 14 years $4,000,000 or which la to he used to high ostccm and much loved by a obligations, wide circle or Mends whoso pleasure pay Interest on long-tim- e It was to know hor best. She Is sur$2. SOU, 000 to meet indebtedness maturing before the end of 1922 and vived by three sons: Squire George $1,100,000 to bo used Tor Improve- W. Martin, or Muncic. Ind., John W. ment ol tho road and purchnao of Martin, or Stigler, Okla., Termor 3herirr. It. H. Martin or Cromwell and equipment. two daughters, Mrs. J. C. Gontry, or Mvormoro and Mrs. John X. Taylor FORMER HARTFORD LADY Sho was also tho OX VOYAGE TO EUROPE or Earllng'ton. grandmother or 1G, oT 19 nnd great-gregrandmothMiss Daisy Wedding, teacher of history In one or the City Schools or er of rour children. Funeral services wero conducted Indianapolis, Ind.. and daughter or Judgo It. U. Wedding or Ilartrord, In by the Rev. It. II. Ncol, or Morgan-towassisted by Hevs. Russell Walcompany with a rrlend, sailed Wed nesday or this week Tor Europe. ShoJ ker or Ilartrord and Hirch Shields, or Bapwill disembark at Rotterdam, Hol- Cromwell, rrom the Green River reland. That country, Holglum, Italy, tist church, at which place her perhaps mains were laid to rest beside her Franco and Switzerland and England nro to bo visited by Miss husband, In the presence or a large gathering or relatives and rrlends. Wedding on hor tour. A kindly rriend, an obliging neighbor and a faithful and devoted MYSTERY OK FIRE AT been called to MAVF1ELD UNSOLVED christian mother has assume the reward for a well spent lire. Mayrield, Ky.. Juno 2S. Developo "mystery fire" which MRS. EMMA ments In tho . .....! 11 tmwonna nnftr linrn IVirl" DIES IX LOUISVILLE Sunday morning have been few, since j nearly all the theories havo been exBmma PulIterBon wIdow of hausted and slight thrads or ovl- vikrsi.ti. dlod Tnos- donco unwound. Ike Doylo, foreman day In a Louisville hospital, of ..u xu.luu or tne coroners jury, ltomBCh troublo and othor complica-sovorwitnesses after tho fire was tong Mm KulkorBOn IlU, gono to , interviewed this morning in an cr- c,,lrclcai fort to throw some light on the the- 0MJral,01If but her Beneral conditio! ory that Lawrence was subject to fits wag uch Um flhe cou,d not recover. j or spells of Insanity. S,J0 wag ,)0rn and untn recent years Mr. Doylo lives within sight of the m th(j Equn,ty country uut Lawrence cabin, which was burned to nM ,ate,y mndQ ner home wUh a son tho ground, and stated that while ho (n Central clty never Know oi any insanity or ma Th(j romaln8 wero conveyed to her on Lawrence's part, that tho family od hom0i Equalty( where burIai was a strange ono and Lawrence a fc place. Wednesday afternoon, man. t(jr funerai services wero cnoducted "Lawrence," stated Mr. Doyle, by the nov. Grant 0r Central City. "would never stay away rrom home, j mm I lived within 200 yards ol his home, owRXSBORO MAN BOOSTED and I havo scon mm mil once in iwo ,,()K v s VOCATIONAL JOB yoars, Ho was never known to oat a moal with a neighbor, and while he Owonsbnrn. Juno 28. A sne- worked for Mr. Jones .ho would do ca, Ul8,,atch from Washington to without his dinner rathor than sat j ho Messenger sayg tlmt Senator Ernst down at a table with other folks. accompanied E. T. Franks, or Ow- "However," stated Mr. Doyh, "It enHb0rO( former chairman or tho Re-wgoncrally known that tho Drews ,,ubjIcan state Central Committee, to and tho Lawrences wero tho best or ho whU(J Hougo today and ,ndorsed rrlonds, and, so Tar as I know, never h(m for a 1)laC(J on t,1Q Federal Voca- had a quarrel." tlonal Educational Board. Is still Shorirr Marlon McCain clinging to his theory that Lawrence ox HOT mijt; lnsano and ran becanfu suddenly STEPS OK CAPITOL amuck. Ho is ot tho opinion that the AXD WINS NEW HAT Job was insldo and all concerned havo perished. Search Is holng mado for Washington, Juno 28. It has been a strangor Been at tho scono of tho blazing hot In Washington for more firo early Sunday morning who called than a week. Each day tho otriclal a rolatlvo of tho Rlloy slstors, wives has recistored between or Drew and Lawrence, aside and told 0 nm, 94 nnd tne gtreot temperatures tho rolatlves ho was a United States Havo ,)een ag h,Rh ns 104- - in'fact secret service man. In a hushed ,a 80 ,0t horc that congressman John volco tho man Is said to havo stat- - I,anBley ot Kentucky, won a now hat ed to tho rolatlvo "A sailor did it." j from Congressman Prlngy, ot Okla-N- o sailor in any way can bo Idontl- - homaf on u bot that ho collld fry an tied with tho tragedy. The stranger CBBtm the busterlng steps or tho d not bo located In tho vicinity ,U)1 following tho statement and oHicors i j was just as l0t ln preai(ient bollovo ho was somo one or tho ""-- 1 Harding's orrico at tho White dreds who canto to view tho ruins and I Houso ns n anybody else's oKice, but was trying fl make a "show" and tho President says ho doesn't mind collect an uudlouco. No stono Is be- tho heat. Ho keeps comfortable by ing loft unturned to solvo tho strang-- romnlulng calm. A thermomoter ln est catastrophe ever visited upon this ,,,, oftlco registered almost 90 early part or tho country. An excited por this afternoon. Ho was ln palm tion rushed into the city this morning boachos whon newspaper corresponand roported the, heads or five per- dents met him In conference sons had heon found in a cistern on t tho Lawrence placo. A crowd was Rl'RXIXG SHIP IS SIGHTED hurriedly rushed to tho scono to find NO SIGN OK LIFE ABOARD tho cistern nearly dry. i Now York, Juno 2S. The Ward HEW KRA.IER TO RETURN lino stoaiushlp, Mexico, which arrived horo today from Havana, roported Tho Rov. T. T. Frazlor, paBtor of sighting n burning vossel at.l p. m. tho local Mothodlst Church will re- Sunday in latitudo 99.09; longltuto turn tomorrow from Lako Junaluska, 79.53. special whore ho has been taking Tho Moxlco bore down on tho craft work and nttondlng lectures for tho but after circling hor several times, benefit or rural Pastors, during tho Captain Jonos said ho failed to dis past two woeks. Rov. Frazler will cern any signs of life, Apparently tho vessel had heon a rill his regular appointments Sunday morning and evening and at the schooner ot composlto build. Sho was morning service will give a descrlp-tlv- o burned to tho water's edge, and there outline of his trip and the work was nothing left to give any clue to accomplished by tho conference. her identity. er at n, o I j al .,.,,. ,,,,. lv. as ijfj r r ( cap-coul- -- Fordsvlllo; Messrs. John Thomas, Concord; Wm. Fair, Ilartrord; W. I. Igleheart, Central Grove, G. S. Hol- - Judgo Shirk Refuses Alimony Allowbrook, Woodward's Valloy; W. P. ance To Plaintiff In .,. Hoagland, Clear Run; S. R. Godsey, inous Suit. Smallhous; J. H. Westcrflold, A. J. Wilson and Fount Crowe or Fordsvlllo. Owerisboro, Ky., Juno 25. "All m a, that I can say Is that I think the CALIFORNIA VISITORS plaintiff In this case is entitled to 1IAVK RETURNED HOME n divorce. I think it would a better for both parties to the suit." Mrs. A. T. Nail and son, Henry, Such was the brief decision ot Jiidgo- and daughter, now Mrs. Henry Leach, R. W. Slack Into together with Mr. Leach, arrived In divorce ense or this afternoon in tho Mrs. Ludie Hartford yesterday morning from Masslo against her husband,Grantham Ellis IL California, whoro tho Nails had been Massic. since last fall. (Mr. Leach went to Judge Slack declined to grant Mrs. the Golden Gate stnte about Juno 1st Massie any alimony, saying that it where he and Miss Nail wero mar- had been shown by the record that ried, mention or which we mado In her estato in North Carolina is worth these columns some time ago. rrom $250,000 to $300,000 and that her Income ranges rrom $10,000 to lURKHCAD ERNEST $20,000 a year. "The Kentucky IX RACK FOR SIH3 RIFF statues are plain on the point or alimony," said Judge Slack. "Where a. In this issue wo formally announco woman has an Income or her own and the candidacy or Ernest E. BIrkhead Is not dependent upon anyone, tho for the nomination for Sheriff, at the law does not intend that sho shall hands of the Democratic party, In the receive alimony." coming primary election. Mr. BIrkJudgo Slack also discussed the fi head has been a resident of Hartford nancial standing or the defendant, during tho past 19 or 20 years and saying the records showed that Mr. is quite well known by a large numMaasle earned only $75 a month thrco ber of citizens thruout the County. or four months a year, and his only He Is a good citizen, much esteemed property was a lot valued at $500. by his many friends and thoroughly Ellis Massie is tho only son or It. competent to discharge the duties E. Massie, whom the plaintltr's atof tho ofrico to which he aspires. torney contends Is a millionaire. In this connection Judgo Slack said tho m TWO ROYS, RIDING A MULE may or may not Inherit his ALLEN YEISER ARE KILLED BY LIGHTNING defendant father's fortune, but that he could Mr. A. C. Yeiser and Mrs. Zllpah Barbourvllle, Ky., Juno 28. Two not enter Into tho young man's fuAllen, both residents of Hartford, ' young sons of Robert Barton, Wins-lo- ture expectations. Fees Not Bcciileil. wero Joined In marriage Monday ev- -; neighborhood, were Instantly Tho question of fees for the plain cnlng at tho homo of Rev. Russell killed by lightning when they wero was not decided, Walker, he performing the ceremony. riding a mule, which also was killed. tiff's attornoys Judge W. P. Sandldge, of counsel Mr. and Mrs. Yeiser are well known for Mrs. Massie, making a motion hero, and wo Join their many rrlends ASKS MAX TO CARRY BODY, THEN KILLS SELF that he and J. J. Sweeney and La- In wishing them well on their wedded voga Cloments, tho other attornoys ba voyage. Noblesvllle, Ky., June 28. "Will allowed $4,000. Louis Igleheart aqd represented you do me a favor?" Mrs. E. R. Anderson MRS. KIRK ENTERTAINS any fees Timothy Myers, D2 years old, a Massie and they objected-tIjADIES' SOCIAL CLUB recluse, shouted this over tho fence being allowed tho opposing attorneys Mrs. A. D. Kirk entertained tho to John Cobb, a neighboring farmer, Judge Slack took them under advise ment. Ladies' Social Club at her home on today. "Certainly. Previous to ruling on the dlvorcot What is It?" Union street, Wednesday afternoon, "I want you to carry me Into my and alimony questions, Judgo Slack, at progressive rook. At tho conclu t a decision ln tho rendered sion ot the games delicious salads and shack." Ellis H. Massie, as guardian, Myers then blew oft the top of his ices wero served. Thoso present for his wife, in which she sought a. head with a shotgun. wero: The neighbor carried the body Into settlement of her estate. When they Mesdames A, C. Porter, J. S. Glenn, married at Goldsboro, N. C, In May E. G. Bnrrass, F. L. Felix, R. E. Lee, tho house, as he had promised. 1918, Mrs. Ma3sle was not ot age, Slmmerinan, Darrell Sullenger, M. L. 1.0UISYILLH MARKETS was removed and her brother-in-laMcCracken, W. C. Blankenshlp. E. E. as her guardian and hor husband apBIrkhead, It. T. Collins, J. B. Tap-paCattle Market quiet and inactive pointed. Clarence Igleheart, Z. H,Shultz, on all classes. Requirements limitBrun-toShe inherited her estate from her Belle Cooper, city, and Geo. W. Light call for father. When they came to Owensof MeWhls, Tenn., Misses Let-ti- e ed in all directions. butcher heifers boro to reside, $17,000 was deposited-I- n Marks, CHttle Felix, Elizabeth prime handy-weigMedium and Inferior a local bank. Moore, Winnie Slmmerinan and Ma- and steers. grades slow and hard to sell at low 1'ald. $8,000 ry Marks. prices. Narrow volume of trade ln mm Ill tho suit for a settlement of tho stockers, with practically no trading estate It was alleged that Mrs. MaaBENNETT LEACH. on feeders. Market practically de- sle was allowed to spend $8,000 dur Tho marriage of HInton Taylor moralized on heavy steero and sales ing the time she lived with her, husband and restitution of this amount Leach and Gladys Bonnett was sol- at comparatively low prices. Prime heavy steers was asked. Attornoys for Mr. MasQuotations: emnized at tho homo of the ihride's at $C.507; heavy shipping steers $6.-2- 5 sie, ln thoir arguments, claimed that parents, Wednesday afternoon 6.50; medium steers $5.50 6; Mr. Masslo's Income was not suffi ono o'clock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Harper. Only the butcher steers $5 7; fat heifers $5 cient to give hi3 wife all of tho luxu rolatlves of tho two families wero (0)6.75: fat cows $4.255.50; medi- ries that sho demanded, and she in prosent. The young couple leR at um to goou cows $34.25; cutters sisted upon using her own funds. Mrs. canners $1.5002; bulls $3.-5- 0 Massie had accounts In Louisville, once on their bridal trip for Louis05; milch cows $15 050. Cincinnati and Baltimore in addition ville and Owensboro. They will reCalve3 Market steady. Best veals to tho ones in Owensboro. Judgo turn home Sunday. Tho bride Is tho daughter ol Mr. $7.50 down. Medium $4 05; com- Slack ruled this afternoon that Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett or Hart- mon $2 03. Slow trado on common Massie, as his wife's guardian, had no legal right to allow hor to waste ford. Sho is atracttve and popular rough calves. Hogs Prices advanced 15c on all hor estate, and ordered that he rewith tho younger set of which sho grades, with top hogs bringing $8.90. store to her an amount of approxiwas a member. Tho groom Is tho son ot Prof. Best hogs 220 pounds and up, $S'.40; mately $8,000. Mr. Massie Is under Honry Leach and Is ono of Hartford's 90 to 220 pounds $8.90; 90 pounds bond as guardian., Mr. and Mrs. Masslo lived together finest young men. He Is a graduate down $7.65; throwout $C90 down. Shoep and Lambs Market active until March 1920, whon sho alleged of the Hartford High School and has Just completed his second successful with general trado on top lambs at In her petition she was forced to year at tho University of Kentucky. $9.500 9.75; two loads strictly good leave him on account of his treatHis standing at tho University Is bet- wolghty lambs at $10; seconds $4 ment of her, Mr. Masslo denied ull which down. Best fat sheep $303.50, ac- of the allegations mado by his wlfo, ter than two and and thru his attorneys, contested tho ranks him with the highest. Ho Is cording to wolght; bucks $2 down. suit for divorce a momber of Delta Sigma PI, which Louisville produce dealers quote Mrs. Massio was at tho Owensboro is an honorary commercial fratornlty. by buying prices ns follows net to ship- Country Club, seeking roller rrom Ho Is well known and well liked pers the shipper paying frolght and tho heat in tho swimming pool, whon all. Informed Into this afternoon ot Judgo Tho Republican Joins their many drnynge ohargos. Slack's decisions. Butter Country 15c lb. frlonds In wishing for them a successEggs 21c dozen. "Woll, I am certainly glad It Is all ful married life. Hens 17c lb.; small ovor," said Mrs. Massie, who Is 21 Poultry t MISSION HOARD MEKTS chickens 30033c lb.; roosters 7c lb.; and an unusually handsome woman. 23c lb.; "I had made up my mind to bo satls-ilo- d old dux 12c lb.; turkoys The Ohio County Baptist Mission geese Co lb.; Bullions old $3 dozen. with any Tleolslou nnd this one o cortalnly does please mo." Mrs. MasBoard convened ln Its rogular monthMARRIAGE LICENSES ly sosslou at. tho local Baptist Church slo said sho would remain ln OwensAmotto Cox, Mellenry to Vonnlo boro another month, at least, and Tuesday morning with u soodly number present. Tho usual routluo bus- L. Duvall, Horse Branch. thun tiavul. A. C. Yeiser, Hartford to Zllpha Mr. Massie lias announced that'ha iness was transacted. Thoso present Included tho following: Revs. Rus-so- il Alien, Hartford. will not pay tho atorneys for his forHInton Leaoh, Hartford to Gladys mer wife one cont In teed. Walker and R. E. Fuquu, Hart- ford; Birch Shields, Cromwell; Oscar Bennett, Hartford. Robert Owens of Mellenry, was a Ottle Powers, Dundee, to Beulah Ashby and M. G. Snelf. Central Grove' visitor at this office yesterday. ' R- k- Brandenburg, Forusv,u, K L. Lauhani, Fordsvlllo. Tho Republican, with tho current yenr Issue, begins tho thirty-fourt- h or Its existence in this community. During the period or its Issue much Wars have been has happened. fought, pestilence, flood and drouth have been abroad In the land, both at homo and elsewhere. Times have been good and otherwise, yet thru It all the Republican has managed to weather the storms and wo are pleased to start the .14th year with a determination to pursue that course, which In our humble judgment makes for the best Interest of the community wherein we most largely circulate, In fact our maxim shall bo "Devoted to The Interests of All The PeoDuring our ple of Ohio County." brief connection with tho Paper it has been our aim to give publicity lo all worthy causes, endeavoring to promote that which In our Judgment appeared to the best interest of tho Wo realize our general public. and Inability to always properly grasp that position which might prove best tor all, yet we have tried, and for whatever may havo been extended to us In the way of a mantlo of charity for our frailties wo are indeed very greatful. To those who have given 'of their supporj. In both word and deed, we acknowledge our thanks and appreciation, and with the start of this, a new year, pledge that tho maxim above quoted shall bo scrupulously followed to the end. o-oi w ' ' o case-againsw n. n, ht $23; four-tenth- s, - don: ADMIRAL SIMS GETS " 'If tht tlmt ever tomw when the UNVEIL CUSTER iwuni " n ffn n I 111 ""l Ultlfll C MEMORIAL SHAFT u te aT om- FUULIb Ktr i MANU by " xtrn,u Jon that you may count upon every .- - - ft W ' ! iTV iiamils jacKass ... ' ... , ,, n, wausu in j man .erery dollar, every drop of blcod of yonr kindred across tht sea bore "Sixth In th reprimand Massacre. edges Error. l mentioned the duties and responel-Ibllltte- e of officers of the navy who speak In public were clearly and fulDayton. Wash., June 25. -- Of the Washington, June 24. Hear ad- ly Mt forth. Your remarks on the William S. Sims was publicly occasion now under discussion, there- flvs companies of soldiers who fought mire reprimanded by Secretary of the Na- fore, constitute a flngran' and de- vrlth Ocn. George A. Custer nt th famous raasbTcre on the Little Ulg vy Denby today for his now famous liberate disregard of specK'c InjunctHorn, on June 25. 1S7G, not one man "Jfcekafs" speech In London. ions. aurvlved. In the public ropritnand, which will "Seventh The .department Is not IV J .' I lWffl'ffll6Mv"lW ' ''II III That Is what history says. eeome a part of the admiral's record, unmindful of your and record But Frank Flnkle, of this town, deSecretary Denny made it plain that achievements as an officer of' the Admiral Sims' offense was all the navy, but the conspicuous position clares he was there and his story Is more grerloua because he once re you now hold, coupled with the fact borne out by the name "Flnkle" on had been publicly reprimanded that you have previously offended in the regiment's roster, and by various a similar transgression. for a similar manner, merely serves to residents of Dayton who say they "Yonr remarks on the occasion now add to the gravity of the present of- have seen papers, lost since In a fire, which proved the fact. under discussion therefore constitute fense. All this Is why Flnkle Is urged to a flagrant and deliberate disregard of "Eighth The department deplores held today at specific Instructions," said Secreta- the fact that It is necessary to rebuke attend ceremonies anry Den by. a flag officer In public, but you have Hardin. Mont., on the forty-fift- h niversary of the massacre. Mindful of Achievement. mado such action unavoidable. Indian Village Attacked. "The department is not unmindful Ninth The department o.xpres- lfk r,'IV7 -- , Jll i"T Flnkle, a member of the troops of yonr record and achievements as ses its strotlB aml umrnlifieJ p an omcer or tnc navy, me rcpn-- , urova. of vour eoniict in hnvine commanded by Capt. Tom Custer, man continues, "but the conspicuous again delivered a highly Improper brother of the famous general relates position you now hold, coupled with speech in a foreign country and ym how the regiment took up the trail of Pitting Bull and his warriors. the fact that you previously offend ar hen. by publicly reprimar-I.-- l "The battle opened with an attack er In a almilar manner, merely serves (Signed.) EDWIN DENHY on an Indian village, " he says. ''Gen o add to the gravity of your present tw W Still Heads War Collide. eral Custer led one set of troops while offense. Admiral Sims, now willing to adThe Camel idea wasn't then. was the "The department deplores that it mit the error of his ways, has been Major Reno headed another. "Custer's forces rode on to the atIs necessary to rebuke a flag officer permitted to resume duties as psesi-kexclusive expert Camel bler.i that revolutionized tack until suddenly there was a In pnbllc, but you have made such cigarette smoking. of the war college at Newprrt. thunder of yells as the Sioux Indians The department R. I. notion unavoidable. tonight However, radio sprang from behind every bush and oppresses its strong and unqualified waves That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic the world over are carrying to poured over the hilltops. disapproval of your conduct in hav- naval ships and stations Secretary tobaccos hits just the right spot. gives Camels such "Men and horses fell all around ing again delivered a highly improper Denby's 500 words of blistering reme. A bullet hit my rifle stock and speech in a foreign country and you buke mellow mildness and fragrance! for the speech-makin- g admiral. a splinter of steel started blood floware hereby publicly reprimanded." Secretary Denby, in publicly aning between my eyes. My. horse The first time I smoked Camels knew they were .Subject : Reprimand." nouncing the reprimand, which is "The Secrotary of the Navy. Wash-inpjo- written for incorporation in thp of- bolted and carried me, half bllndoJ, made for me. knew they were the smoothest, finest thru the Indian lines. 24 June, 1921. ficial navy record alongside the name cigarette in the world, at any price. I cache- - Mountains. "From: The Secretary of the Navy. of Sims, made no further comment. "Then came a stinging sensation In "To: Ilcar Admiral William S. He declined to comment upon the Nobody can tell me anything different my shoulder and I lost consciousness, Sims, U. S. Navy. but-thpossibility of a tln.d offense, falling forward on my horse. When "Subject Reprimand. impression prevailed that he expected I came TVTUOSH CrDOUZSIKB1-BLEN"first On June S, 1921, there ap- no third "break" from the admiral. morning to. it was dark. Early next I reached the mountains. press thruout peared in the public tatt SV Handed To Admiral in Hotel. "For five days I rode, eating raw lh country a report of certain stateAdmiral Sims was not called to the R. J. REYNOLDS Tobieeo C, ments alleged to have been made by secretary's office for formal delivery rabbits in fear of attracting the InWintton-SalcN. C voa on the occasion of a luncheon of the official rebuke. Instead. It was dians if I built a fire. "On the sixth day I met some Slvon fn London on the previous day handed to the admiral In his suite j? B Sim ws re1 t-- twi at which you were the guest of the at the Powhattan Hotel this after- trappers and stayed with them until September. Then I rode back to Fort HnglUh Speaking Union. noon by Captain Sellers, the secretaBenton and was discharged." Second These public statements ry's aid. gasnm.i-'ji- j m, if corrpctly reported deajt with matAt the same time the admiral was ters Rhch properly should be the ordsred back to his .station at New- III I III II 'iUikfaiW.-- . i KiiMM"daua!iiaatti snbject tor comment by no high gov- - iicTrt. FOR FLETCHER'S Qmiuental Official Other than one to, The secretnrv. In ilptxrmlnlnif nnnn lJW whom the care of our foreign policy a reprimand for the admiral, considIt is entrusted. ered the latter's claim that his LonHITS JAP IMMIGRATION .Abstract of Speech Quoted. don speech had been misquoted in "Third Your letter of June 22, the press dispatches, but did not pass Washington, June 27. Opposition In which you furnish the department judgment upon it. He found in the svitli aa abstract of the speech dellv-or- 2 admiral's own vorsion, which Includ- to the immigration of Japanese and by you on the occasion in ques- ed the "jackass" reference, sufficient the holding of land by them in Calition, confirms in essential points the basis for the reprimand notation in fornia is voiced by Representative Charles F. Curry, of that State, and, aforesaid in ess report? and shows the navy's official records. n that on a public occasion in a This ended the Sims case, which a committee of members of the House conn'ry you gave utterance to had been agitating the Navy Depart and Senate from the Pacific Coast lhe following statements: ment since the morning of June S, States, at the head of which is Sena"1 do not like to touch on the! when nress renorts of tho admiral's tor Hiram W. Johnson. "There is no cause for hysteria, no Irish question, for I know nothing j speech before the English Speaking about it, and have not run across any Union in London appeared In this causo for alarm." says Curry "We propose no unusual course of procebody in 'England who does. But there country. dure. We propose the violation of no -- ooare some people in our country who treaty .the Infringement of the rights technically are Americans, some of Summer Complain in Children. This new low price We them naturalized and some of them There Is not anything like so many of the people of no nation. is made possible ffii fl J) H HI Y2t9 satire horn; but some of them are Jei'lis from this disease now as be- - plan no action contrary to the law of Mi ittk by strictest econnot really Americans at all. Some of fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar-thes- e nations or the Constitution of the omies and upcciul-ize- d people are now trying to Remedy came into such gener-j"tro- y United States. The land of a coun-ti- y should belong to the nation and production. the good relations between our al use. When this remedy is given two countries. They are Americans with castor oil as directed and prop- to Its citizens. In many States aliens Plant No. 2 wa3 when they want monoy but Sinn Feln-o- r er care is taken as to diet, it is safe ineligible to citizenship are no! pererected for the sole They are to say that fully ninety-nin- e when on the platform. out of mitted to own or lease agricultural purpose of making imrnuii of ours and yours. They are every hundred cases recover. Mr. or mineral lands. In so legislating 30:t3J'.inch Non-Ski- d Including California, like .he zebra father white horses V G. Campbell of Butler, Tenn., says several States, fabric tire3. with black stripes or black with "I havo used Chamberlain's Colic and were within their constitutional-- ! We know they are Dlairhoea Remedy for summer com- rights. Japanese are Ineligible to citwhite stripe. Willi a daily capacity of 16,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pronot horses and somo people think plaint in children. It is far ahead izenship, and we Insist that by treathey are asses; but each one of these of anything I have ever used for this ty or by statute or by both they be duction on a quantity .basis. mats had a vote and it is one of the purpose." m piohlblted from immigrating Into tlte All material uted are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform) United States. We propose only that inionveaiences of a republican form 4 It is the best fab-!- re ever offered to the car owner at any price. of government, that American-bor- n morica shall Insist on the s -- ed CURATES XRW CARDINALS tights of Americans In Ameri; citizens thought It necessary to cater to these votes. This necessarily Three new Italian cardinals have nothing more, nothing less." q- craul a wrong Impression on this been added to the sacred college by Tire repairmen, who judge values best, class these then as having the Surgeons agree that In cases of bids as io the sentiments, of the great Pope Benedict. The main subject In sturdiest carcass made. Forty-scvc- n high-grad- e car manufacturers use body ol Americans, but the people of the papal allocution of the occasion Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the ihem as standard equipment. They are the quality choice of cord user treatment is most Important. Great Britain know how much conf- was Palestine. Tho popo deplores first idante to placo In resolutions which the privileged position in the Holy When an efficient antiseptic is appliare forced by these Jackass votes. Land enjoyed by the Jews, calling It ed promptly there Is no danger of to Makes .Wiv Prophoej. 30x3-inc"dangerous for Christians." He urg- - Infection and tho wound h 'Eleven years ago I made ajed Christian nations to appeal to the heal at once. For use on man or prophecy which came true. I will loague of nations for a definition of beast, Borozono is the Ideal antisepvesture another now. I bolieve I the British inundate in Palestine." tic and healing agents. Buy it now ahaii Uve to for an emergency. the day when the The popo aUo announced that almost and be roady HaurUsta-sjwakln- g Sold by peoples of the world all civilized states have diplomatic Price 30c, COc and $1.20. m will come together In bonds of com- -' relations with the Holy see oxcopt Ohio County Drug Co. rodesbln; and If they do, they will j whore the necessary liberty and Inde-- b HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. MOlti: I'ri.P FOIl I'APKIW able to run this round globs. Per-- , pendence of the pontlflcnto would be sally, I believe 1 shall live to see ' hampered. He oxpressed special monts of pulp wood Into the Uuited material to the Amorlcan mills. Tho policy, and pleasure In the restoration of dlplo-wh- e WashlnBton, June L'C Importaosts of tho we have that we shall hive all Vatic relations with France. "g "o" tion of wood pulp from Canada Into States. discriminating against the use purpose of the resolution, if carried paign w , ctec llMit It needed to secure peace and American mills, out. will not only bo beneficial to the tha United Stateb for the benefit of o this illvSon CoUego ' the newspaper press of the country after the American -mills had acqulr- - those engaged in the manufacturo nf 'of AL.r.n,.i," , Catarrb Cannot Be Cured ' .. till I'lll III V Ml II II nilVUIlllll llll i department Inshts llb local applications, as they Is contemplated by a resolution re an inn riLnr fn nf ha unn i r newsprint paper, but to tho entire dnrdlzatlon plan, according to a re reucn me seal 01 xne uueanj. ported favorably to the Senate by the da. un .... .. ...u.ug inr.n " press of tho United States. Dree 'dent port which has Just been mado of Catarrh Is a local (JUa3, greatly nj4 la jiroprlaty which forbid a gov. purpose of the rosolutlon is to on Itulos. by contiltutional condltioiw, and Committee Tho tho work. Since tho start of the to i ur must take an uranism servant of your position au in order reniidv ;t you Catarrh Modi. Tho great shortage of pulp wood authorize the Piosldent of the Unit- pi'iti:imi:i rouiruv internal Hall's work In 1315 It has steadily grown OBiMtw aueh matters in a foreign clne ,a ,al:yr' Internally and acts thru in tho United States has ssrlotuly af- ed States to appoint a commission to GAINS ASCKNIHINCV until nt tho present tlmo 73 counties .y the blood on tho mucous surfacs ol the nunntrrj system. Hairs Catarrli iletlicme was fected tho price of newsprint paper treat with tho Canadian Government. are standardizing with ono of tho ohjslcUns of "1Xth I7That the imurourletv nf prescribes by onetQr the best it fs COm- - and embarrassed tho newspapers of and the Provinces enumerated abovo Loxlngton, Ky., Juno 25. During four principal breeds thlg country years. of poultry. The mmIi pW!c utterances has ouce be- - I""1 of some of the best tonics known. the United Status In finding white pa- - with tho view of looking to a better the spring hatching soason which has report shows that as a result of tho conb!K&on,loo1 Drought to your attention purinSK? por to UbO In their business, The diffi- commorclal underbtaiullng between Just ended 553, 475 purebied hatch-th- o work 8,102 for ft "& farmers have turned hy the fact that a public' cin 'Khfoducu?h,awSn!e?rdui is culty In securing white paper has two Governments In reference to ' B oggs and 21,895 baby chicks from mongrel to roprtuiaml was administered to you results In catarrhal conditions bend for been largely prodiced by embargo! newsprint paper and pulp wood, and were distributed by 52 county agrl- - whllo 6.471 bnvn purebred poultry a.i.n.hi j.mcHENET& CO.. Props.. Toledo, O. raised by the Provinces of Quebec, an agrement that would aid In so- - j cultural agents to farmers In in for making the following their flocks of tho standard breed' for Ick, and Ontario on sh.p- - curing a reasonable supply of raw particular comlmunlties In the Inter- In a j.ubllc .peech in Lou.; New Drunsvt nanuient &&& Sfita for constipation. their county. Speech; Acknowl- Itcspouiltilltl(H Sot I'ortii. AVashington. Man Claims To Be Only Survivor Of i7f'i&&&liil bo-fo- dl-a- TheymmM iM.de a cigarette ikeitass in my day, Irrn It m It n, I I e JBr Eft XAt a !dfeH Wli fcs9i H rarii Children Cry i OASTORIA nK-,i,ZZK:K- for-sig- mt in mn i mi m nr ' 30x3 Standard Non-Ski-d frf Tire FV ea Firestone Cord Tires s v 32x4 " Cord a S4x4?s a Rew Price $24.50 u a 46 9 it it 54.90 ! '"TVVf .. . '.....?. r I 1 S n-' ta bsn i mi ir,w I !c'' oat8' ,n,XC(1 lo forin n tn,ck mnBB- CONGRESSMAN KAHN SINNOTT LENDS AID Tho poultlco is heated nnd nppllutl FOR PREPAREDNESS TO SOLDIER MOTHER; redly to the skin over tho diseased - ill- - ! bono, tlio Doing hbcu tor Th gTftrr part of tho adoptions were mjclo by Legion posts In many parts of the country but a number of individuals contributed. OESKHKSSia KIS&UI2) CZaSSdren Hiktot ds In Amriidtiu'iil Tn KcMorn l lMtril Policy I'or Stirlvors' Itcn.flt. e Oro-Bo- n, WahInglon, Juna 27. Uenrsson-IntlvNicholas J. .Slnnott, of clmlrmnn of tho IIouso Commit-to- o on I'ulillc UimK who hns n big Iienrt for the needs of the soldier sis well at n vouj to tiottrny thotn, hns huccooiIoM In locurln the. adoption of nn aiiinnilinont to the Swoet hill rrovldltiK thnt In cum, nn Insurance follcy hns l,i.cc"i whole si soldier who w,. iht'llod to draw co the Kivurninont nnd whoro ho has not drawn any compensation and has not claimed it, thnt applied he shall compensation upon tho liiHiiranco policy find thnt d. tho liiRiiranco policy shall be ha-liu- frn rcin-ntntc- of of tho soldier," dCclnred Slnnott. "Wo should ho guld-o- d In tlioio measures not by tho failure or the default of tho solclle to take advantage of tho technlcnlltls of the law, but wo should bo Rulded by our duty nnd by our moral obligation to the soldier's mother, to the so- "It will Insure to the bcnoflt the wlfo or mother ldier's widow a soldier who, forsooth, through Ignorance or Inadvertence, has permitted his policy to lapse. "I havo the case of a soldier who was discharged In February of 1019, Harold J. Taylor, of Lnkcvlow, Ore. lie died In December, 1910, of tuberculosis. Ho was found by tho bureau of war risk Insurance to have been a temporary total disability from the A month aflime of his discharge. ter he was discharged he endeavored to work, but immediately fainted. He was sent to tho hospital In San Francisco and died In December, 1910. "Every doctor' who considered his ense found that the tuberculosis was of service origin, that from tho day of his discharge ho was unablo to work. He did not even put in nn application lor his compensntlon. Had so he would have bean to $00 a month from the date Yet he defaulted of hi discharge. on that and defaulted upon his insurance, allowed It to lapse either thru Ignorance or thru some inadvertence. "And now his wlfo is denied tho tliRt tho others receive. It seems to me that the gentlemnn's amendment is a most meritorious ono." o ed tho best point of nttnek nnd for watching tho results of tho treatment. The remedy has boon thoroughly tostod In nn experimental way on nnd ovai on human subjects. A committee of physician who close ly watched results obtained with It during n period of six months In a hospital declared It to bo successful; of nstomyolltls or running sores bono, It Is assorted, have boon completely healed. Shortly after tho minoral poultlco Is applied nn extraordinary discharge of mattor appoars Instead of tho thin transparent discharge that has perThis for years. sisted, perhaps copious flow of pus, blood etc., Is not unlike that from an abscess. It appears thnt by osmosis chemical Ingredients of tho poultice paBS thru tho skin to tho diseased bone At tho sanio tlmo the corrupt tlMiie. matter Insldo Is drawn out thru the akin. Medical men hall tho discovery of Prldham, who Is a layman, as a vnluablo contribution to medical science, a boon to sufferers from diseased bones nnd running bores since It provides an effective, simple means for tho restoration of their health. ls nl Metier to KimmmI Millions In Defense 'limn To Spend Millions War. In Ktifom-i- l Cry for Fletcher's concrete In 1807 a Frenchman named Mon-le- r obtained n patent on a n thed of by making ur.froakablc flower-pot- s molding concrete over a form fashioned of wire netting. At the time ho did not dream of tho amplication of the idea to reinforce concret walls, bridgs, floors etc., but until the time of its legal expiration tho patent hold on all forms of reinforced concrete. DAD TEETH AND DISEASE Dad teeth, it is generally recognized by tho medical fraternity, arc di- 1 When you feel lazy, out of sorts patients' teeth. and yawn a good deal In the daytime, you can charge It to a torpid llvor which has nllowed tho system to get Herbine cures all full of impurities. produced by an inactive disorders liver. It strengthens that organ, Jcleanse the bowols and puts the ; Hvstem In good healthy condition j By JONATHAN BRACE Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug j XV. KENTUCKY mi; Company. t kinship t THE K c i STRIKE; MANY ItlOTS rectly responsible in many Instances for various diseased conditions of the body. It Is estimated that 75 per cont of tho persons taken to hospitals for treatment are in need of dental attention nnd that in 25 per cent of these cases such attention would im- prove the general physical condition of the patlouts. Hospital treatmont. It Is bolloved, could bo made materially more effective by providing for tho treatment of bad tooth by competent dental surgeons and by training nurses to caro properly fbr Lieut. Colonel II. C. Goss, a Cleveland member of the American Legion, hns Misgsttod the use of toxic gas grenades as n police weapon In Washington, Jimp of the attacks of tna Democratic Cleveland's fight against banditry and minority upon tho Republican at- crime. Circular lettors urging nil tempts to supply an adenuato army of tho 7,000 Legion members In the arc voiced by ltoprosontatlva Julius county to Join tho polico auxiliary Knhn, of California, chairman1 of tho hnvo'beon Isaued from headquarters Hnuso Commlttco on Military Af- following tho accoptanco by Mayor fairs, who forced thru the draft law W. S. Fitzgerald of tho Legion's ofduring the war when tho Democratic fer of assistance. chairman failed to do so. Ho says: "I thought I had a rather unusual "I have seen repeatedly conditions similar to the ono wo nro confronted name," said F. W. Gallbralth, Jr., National Commander of tho Ameriwith at this time. When tho national defense act camo up In 1016 and can Legion "until I received a letter ome of us tried to put preparedness from another F. W. Galbrnlth, Jr., a law member of Morrlstown PoBt No. 2 of provisions into tho proposed Oomocratic members arose and ask- the Legion at Atlantn, Ga." As far ed, "Whom are you going to fight; as Is known, the two Legionnaires whom aro you getting ready for? nre not related. There Is no need to do this; there Is no need to prepare." And yet within Through tho efforts of tho Amerieight months we wero In tho World can Legion, United Spanish War War. That war, by reason of our Veterans, Grand Army of the Repubunpreparedncss, In 19 months cost lic and citizens of Hoqulm, Wnsh., a, of this country In largo three-stor- y the taxpayers American Veterans' troasuro alone $24,000,000,000. Thnt Building, a memorial to fighting docs not tako Into", consideration the men of nil wars, has Just been comlives of tho men who were killed and pleted In that city. The building Inwho died from disease ; It does not cludes n largo lodgo nnd ball room, take Into consideration tho men who library, ladles rest room, lounge room gave their limbs and their blood for nnd space on the ground floor for a their country; It does not take Into bank. of the hundreds consideration thousands of men who havo had their In accordanco with the national Impaired and who will be era of good feeling between the Amhealth erican Legion and Organized .Labor, Invalids for life. "t have often said that If Congress tho Central Trades and Labor Union had appropriated tho enormous sum of East St. Louis, HI., one of the or ?50,000,000 a yoar for prepared- strongest labor bodies in the counness, it would have taken this coun- try, has passed a resolution placing try 4S0 years to expend $24,000,000,-00- 0 the organization on record as being which wo had to expend In 19 entirely in harmony with tho Lemonths of war. It seems to bo that gion's national policies and recomu days of peace It Is far bettor to mending that all its members, who keen our country measurably prepar arc eligible, affiliate with the Legion. ed by expending seven, eight or oven Tho Central TradcsJCouncll of Oklapn millions of dollars for prepared- homa voted to with the ness than havo to expend billions of Legion in meeting tho problem of undollars in war because we aro unpre employment. Preference In employpared." ment for union men who aro veteran o will bo given by the secretary of the work In a bont or various affiliated unions by direction Doing hard tooped position puts a stitch in the of the Council. back that is painful. If th6 muscles Legionnaires In New Orleans, La., have become strained, you can't get help. Tho great have something to say In maintainrid of it without penetrating power of Uallard's Snow ing law and order in that city. The Liniment will appeal to you most now superintendent of police, Judg ttrongly at such times, because it is of tho First City Criminal Court, the very thing you need. Price 25c, three assistant district attorneys and Sold by threo assistant city attorneys are 0c, and $1.20 per bottle. ' Drug Co. iu members of local posts of the Legion. Ohio County a-- 2?bc Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd vjhkh has been m use iur over over au years, uas Dome tso signature t ana nas oeen made under his ner &7LjC(7!77s7 0nal supervision Just-as-go- bIdco its iu.V.-'ry-. and " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants ant?. Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Imitations od - Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic cubstance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it hars boon in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishncs3 arising: therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids, the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural deep. Tho Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What Is CASTOR5A GETOSNE CASTORS A Bears the Signature v A WAYS h Use For Over 30 The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CBNTAUH COMPANY, MEW VONK CITY, fears y The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of .9 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. - lMl'E WATER 100 MII,KS Tho city of Winnipeg grow to a population of about 250,000 before It had a regular water Biipply. The water of tho Red River of the North, on which it is' located, is not fit for drinking, and even tho wells which were for a long time depended on supplied water too hard for many. purposes. The city now receives an ample supply of good water from the Lake of Woods, which is partly In the stato of Minnesota. A concrete aqueduct 11 feet wide on the insldo was built from this lake It Is burled from 100 miles away. four to six feet underground on ac count of the cold, which Is so great sometimes keep small service mains frozen even In Juno and July. In order to get clear water, a river pouring murky water Into tho arm of the lake which was tapped was turned aside by a dike and canal. '- The Story- of r Hi. uur otaies ' Recognizing the value of a live American Legion post to'a community, the civic authorities of Dubois, Pa., have not only aided the local post by speaking a good word for It but also havo arranged for tho munlcipalit) of the rent on the to pay four-fifth- s post's club rooms. i 1UO t I Trouble at the port of Buenos Aires, which started by holding up an American ship for more than a month, culminated In a widespread strlko and In rioting that cost many lives. Union men' attacked nonunion laborers who were employed to unload ships, and tho Labor Protective Association, which secured men, complained that n tho the government did not furnish proper protections. Tho strikers tried to mako tho strike general for tho whole country and succeedd in tying up many business concerns as well as Argentine ships, but tho government took vigorous action In repressing communistic activities and tho spread of tho striko was checked. Foreign bhlp owners representing 400 vessels threatened to boycott tho port. non-unio- I t t t t t t t ft t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t 0 nrnnlint". t lazy ' you need a good...cleaning out. I t.n ; Herbine is tho ngni uhue liver, t tho purpose. It cfimiiintPB tones up the stomach j i .. - t J lil.1lin Mrt ... ... uuiii County Drug Co. imuiiiu anuloj ' ji - Is Virginia that of parent and child. From Virginia enme most of tint settlers of the western htute, nnd with them those pioneers brought Virginia Institutions and Ideals. It was not until 1750 that the llrst authentic Journey was made by a white mini Into central parts of the region afterwards called Kentucky. Further explorations showed that tills territory held two Important attractions for settlers. The llrst was the great fertility of what was called the Bluo The Grass region. blue grass, from which this state Is nicknamed the "niue Grass Stnte" Is In no wise peculiar to Kentucky. Tho second inducement for settlers wns the fact that there were no Indians living In this wiitIah Tf ii'nu Intnr fminri thnt ..., ....... .- ..v... roving bands of savages many crowed the Ohio from the north Jsfjjjk unci RIOTERS MURX TOWNS m A NEW CUKE FOR HONK DISEASES Among tho diseases that havo practically stumped the medical profesUsusion are running sores of bones. ally such Infections havo beon treated surgically, the diseased, Infected bono and other tissuo being cut and scranod away and sucn wings as iuThiR method has not proven satisfactory because it la practically j colonists until Clark's expcdl tlons Into Ohio nnd Indiana checked their Invasions. In fact, the name Kentucky Is probably derived from tho Iroquois word meaning "hunting kentka-ke- , land." Another interpretation Is "dark and bloody ground," but this Is doubtless incorrect. The main highways of travel at that time were Daniel Road" "Wilderness noone's thrnuch Cumberland Gan and down the Ohio. Hardy pioneers burned the building in which they took refuge. The fire spread and consumed a large part of the town When which the rioters terrorized. troops arrived most of tho Inhabitants At the had fled from their homes same time similar riots wera occurring In the Bengal coal fleld3. Large sections of India aro In a much disturbed conditJon. AMERICAN LEGION NEWS Peasants at Malegaon In tho Bombay district who wero foi bidden to attend political meetings chased tho police who tried to arrest them and healthy bone being used to fill the j , oifv lmpoaslblo to remove all of tho infection by mechanical means. Several years ago F. D. Prldham, then 16 years old, suffered from a infection of this kind. Ho acci dentally discovered an effective remedy in a preparation used for tanning eshides. v In this preparation the agont for healing bone sores sential is aluminum potasslnum nitrate. It mndo is applied with a sterllo poultice of kaolin, bark, sawdust or even roll- ,,o amission of Virginia. Kentucky was admitted to tho Union us the fifteenth stato with an area of 40,698 square miles. Kentucky has thirteen electoral votes for nrcsldent. Tho re- markable physical condition of Its nonulntlon Is shown In u re port of tho volunteers In tho Civil war. This gave their av- helirht ns nearly an Inch fuller than tho New England troops and with a correspond ingly greater girth or client. (byMcClure NewipJr Syndicate.) , In the year past the American Le gion doubled in membership and added 3,417 posts, according to Nation for al Headquarters. All records growth, however, wero broken by tho Women's Auxiliary, which started tho year 1920 with 5,000 members and finished with an enrollment of 200,000 and a total of 1,695 units. All stato departments registered substantial gains and new posts were formed in thlTfollowlng foreign countries; Argentine Republic, Belgium, mm Chile, China, Guatemala, Japan, PoSixty Jefferson county boys and land, Samoa, Santo Domingo and Pegirls aro enrolled in tho various pig ru. . clubs in that county, according to a national report of County Agent F. E. Merrl-ma- n. Checks received by the The youngest aro making treasurer of tho American Eeglon to French rapid progress in developing their provldo for' the adoption of war orphans now total $4,650. This animals and aro oxpocted to mako amount is enough to caro for slxty- - somo good oxulblts nt tho county and I two orphans for a period of ono yoar. ctnto fairs this fall. EXPERIMENT STATION CLOSES ACTIVE YEAR Legion romnnce A true American culminated In the marriage of Roy E. Lexington, Ky., June 25. Work Patrick ancj, ,lss Esfclle Agnas, both clone during the past year by tho charter members of the Frederick Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Phillips" Post, of Council Grove, Kas. has been more productive To bo sure that tho ceremony was Station previous Legionnairo, tho services than that done during.any sufficiently year in tho history of tho Institution, of a minlstr also a charter member according to a statement viade by of the post, wero obtained. director Thomas P. Coope- -, In conthirty-thir- d annual Following close ujjon tho heels of nection with the report of the station which is being tho Indiana Department, the Iown year ending Juno Legionnaires have started a basket prepared for the report is virtually 30, 1021. Tho ball league In which ninety teams now being in tho play- completed, tha data are composed of process of being worked into shape ing for the state championship. M,oro than 45 for flnal publication. major lines of work dealing with More than two thousand compen problems of Kentucky agriculture sation clalmsi of former service men, wero started during tho year, the re wero taken up by the Service Secport Bhows. tion of tho Massachusetts Department of tho American Legion during the TO SELL IIINDENRUKG STATUE last year. The same section expedited tho settlement by tho governmnt big wooden statu of Hlnden-bur- g of 1,500 cases with the Federal Board The in Berlin In which so many nails fo Vocational Education and 1,400 war, at so Risk were driven during the claims with' the Bureau of War much a nail, is on tho m'arket and Other veterans' affairs Insurance. 30,000 an American has offered handled were allotments and allowmarks for it.His plan Is to ubo It In ances, Liberty bonds, retainer and America to drive nails in, at 25 travel pay, lost discharges, baggage cents a nall( for thp benefit of the and clothing and state bonuses. Free The provided for American Legion or Red Cross. notary service was also o kaiser drove In the first nail 6,000 former servlco men, regardless which was of gold. of Legion membership. mm TAGORE DRAWS GREAT; CROWDS WOOD'S CAR IN RIVER. When Tagore the great Hindu was scheduled to Bpeak Gen. Wood's car in which ho Is Philippines in his In the University of Berlin it was traveling thru the tour of Inspection, slipped from a ter- necessary for tho polico to restore ortrying to mako a der in tho great crowds that rushed ry boat which was landing and fell Into tho Phlnacanau-a- n Uo bean, him. The ball was danger river. Moro than an hour was ously packed and a small not develTagore, who spoke in English, spent in recovering the automobilo, oped agreed to repeat the lecture tho next and the general was one of tho 20 men who finally pulled it to shore at day for tho benefit of those who could not get in. tho end of a rope. -ono-tim- Mervyn Herbert, becretary of tho oC British embassy and es the earl of Carnarvon. Two were performed, tho civil ceremony in tho residence of tho Spanish premlor and the religious ceremony in tho chapel of tho British ombassy. Several members of tho Spanish nobility, the British ambassador and other members of tho Diplomatic corps were present. Ker-m-lt and Mrs. Roosevelt, tho latter a sister of tho bride, wero also present. tho Tho king of Spain presented bride with a ruby, sapphire and. emerald ring. half-broth- er cero-mpni- Telephones XBH er No Need to Wait I haje telephones and supplies in stock. Make a specialty of repair work. If you need Wire, Brackets, Pins, Spools, Insulators, Insulated Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, or any part for a telephone, call, write orphone me. A few second hand 'phones in stock. Mu tual phone No. 1. - Apparently there are physicians who don't caro who makes a nation's luws if they" can wrlto its prescript tions. Baltimore Sun. m AMBASSADOR'S DAUGHTER WEDS i ' Miss Etlzabcth Willard. daughter to ambassador of tho American Spain, was married at Madrid to W. G. MuFstt Beaver Dam, Ky. The Hartford Republican WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS EVERSHARP PENCILS rubllMicil Weekly by HARTFORD PIUXTIXO COMPANY Incorporated ' W. S. TIXSLEY, Killtor iind HuslncMH Manager. Entored nccordlng to law nt th Postofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall matter of the second class. Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. School Books Our line of School Books and School Supplies is the largest and most complete in Ohio county. Save time and worry by calling on us first tc NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent Co a new address must Give tbo old address In making tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per line for cacb additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, nnd Cc fqr each head lino and siguautro, money In advance Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per ' word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual It is Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" EASTMAN KODAKS Beaver Dam, Ky. COW WRECKS Al'TOj chocolates on ice the homo of a friend, John G. Roger-whoffered them his car. A f. v. minutes later the accident occurri Frankfort, Ky., June 2S. Dr. nnd Their son fractured his splno from a barge near Paduc.ih Mrs. M. B. Adams, of Georgetown, escape from death this where eh wns visiting friends had a narrow morning when the automobllo In ANNOUNCEMENT which they were speeding to Louisville from here, to catch a train for Wo are authorized to announce ('. Paducah, whero their son, Charles, lies at tho point of death, struck a B. CARDEN as a candidate for thf cow, the collision upsetting the car Democratic nomination for Sheriff of and practically demolishing it. Dr. Ohio County, subject to tho action and Mrs. Adams escaped serious in- of tho primary election, August G. jury, as did W. E. Clark, ot Frank- 1921. fort, who was driving tho car. Dr. ERNEST E. BIRKIIEAD has auand Mrs. Adams arrived in thin city shortly after midnight on their way thorized us lo announce his candld.i to Louisville, having but an hour .and cy for the Democratic nnmlnutm'i twenty minutes in which to catch a for Sheriff of Ohio County, stihji-itrain for Paducah. Their car went to tho primary election, August 0 dead on them here and they went to 1921. o her homo not made with hands. no Governor, j She was a true Christian, a devotSTRAY STREAKS with his multiplicity of other duties, CD i ed mother and a generous neighbor. can find time to make investigations Every heart In the community seem(By Fluke McFluke.) such as ought to bo made, In all the ed to ache when the news was flashIULY 1 cases brought before him for disposal. FRIDAY ed over tho wire that "Aunt Mary" Tho matter of Investigation and reIn the baseball game played Suncommending pardons should rest day, at Riverside Park, Beaver Dam had died of heart failure. Tho Hartford Herald's explanation Funeral services were conducted agency or commisRobbed Roy 9 times, once in each by Rev. Hondy Westerffo'd. of of the tariff and its result on things with some other coming In and going out, might be sion. liming. Illinois, nt the Antloch cemetery summed up In a very short sentence: She leaves two sons. J. H. Mldkiff, It's damned if you do and damned if 1,000,000 KKITISir momentous of whltesvllle and Samuel Mldkiff, Uncxplainable and you don't. It works one way on one MINERS END STRIKE events of life: The hotter the wen- - ot Owensboro. nnd two daughter. thing and another on another. ther tho more Ice It requires, the Mrs. Ira Taylor of I'hllpot, and Mrs. Tho British coal mine strike which ninro is required the smaller the Clay Ford, of Adaburg and one brothJoseph M. Em mart of Louisville, has been in progress since April 1 piece the Iceman leaves, and the er, Thomas Greer of Beda. who was nominated by tho Democrats has been settled. smaller the piece no less Is the bill. Dearest Mother thou hast left us, of that City for Mayor, or rather who Prime Minister David Lloyd George And thy loss we deeply feel was recommended by tho Democrats announced in the House of Commons Bob Walker and Mayor Bean say But 'tis God who has boreft us in mas? convention for that position, this evening that executive body of that when they pick out a checker He can all our sorrows heal. a few da3 uga, did not register in the Minors' Union have agreed to rec- player to mop-u- p with they propose tho primary, of last year as a Demo- ommend the terms proposed for a set- to first find out whether he Is from In this house below wo miss thy tor- crat shoul I hae done, and of course, tlement of the :oal strike to tho men, "Arkansaw." and If he is there's dcr care and love, did not vote, has been, ns a result who will bo asked to return to work nothing diking, as this "Arkansawyer" But we know you are safo in the of suit filed by a Democratic Monday. they hitched up with seems to have realms of light above. voter of Louisville, declared ineligiTho claim of the miners to a na- been the follow who put the check A FRIEND. ble to have bis r.aine placed on the tional wages pool has been abandonIn checkers. ticket, by the Kentucky Court of Ap- ed, Mr. Lloyd George said, and a setNOTICE peals'. The trial judges sitting in the tlement attained thru a system by Quite a nice bunch of, we mean caso were all Democrats. We pre- which the workers will share with working sume that it will now be in order the employers the profits of the In- several boys havo been It has come to my attenabout a week In cleaning off a tennis for a lot of fellows to condemn some- dustry, and will obtain a direct intercourt, out In the Attls Pato neigh- tion that some person or perbody for disfranchising the Democrats est in productivity. borhood. If the sun's spots could sons have been circulating of tho City of Louisville. This whole Settlement of the dispute ends one bring primary election law was drafted and of the greatest and most prolonged completely hide its face and CO or that I have withdrawn from the temperature down around passed by the Democrats, the very labor difficulties with which Great Cu, F. II., for a week or ten days it the Jailers race. This is not persons who now kick so much at Britain has ever been affected. Nearis our belief that they would get the the enforcement of its provisions. true. I am in the race to the ly 1,000,000 miners in the South court In such condition that a ball Walos and the various other British could be rolled over It by making a very last". I will appreciate Democrats, as for example in the coal pits were directly affected. strenuous effort. it very much if my friends late convention at tho Courthouse, m appear to get quite a lot of fun and will take proper steps to reH.U'ER IS AVIXI) SUCKER Elijah Thomas has qualified and satisfaction out of what they are applied for license as official hook fute this rumor. pleased to term Morrow's hypocritiNew York, June 2S Return of the baiter for fishermen and fisherwo-rae- n cal promise and failure to "Free JOHN T. KING. $115,000 paid for the racehorse PlayThis young felin this section. Old Ring." None of them ever tell fellow, brother of the noted Man o' low who bears tho name of the fayou just what the Governor did, or NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS requested by Sam C. mous old prophet who was the main to the War, has been what his recommendations tocheese during the reign of Ahab and Legislature were. Now, the truth Hildreth, it was reported here Our office opened today, July 1st, day. The racer, which was brought Ahazlah, 900 years B. C. avers that of tho matter is, he recommended and for the purpose of assessing the prop from the Quincy stables recently, even when he baits a hook with cold i worked for the repeal or amendment erty of tho County. You will plonpc was withdrawn from a race at Aque- taters the fish can't resist the tempta- of tho act which if adopted would us With a complete list of all duct yesterday because of the alleged tion to take a nibble. His chat may fllnlsn have placed the whole matter of mak- discovery of your taxable property, valued at that the horse was a "wind simply be bait for the unwary and ing "Old Ring's Scalp" bear taxes and 100 per cent. forcing him to wear a collar and sucker" and was'ln no condition for unsophisticated prospective angler, Yours Respectfully, race. of that we make no statement. (This .tag, mighty close to the people in the D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Playfellow gained prominence thru is not an ad.) m each County within the State. A his relation to Man o' War, and his BOND PRICES. bill was introduced at his suggestion, winning of two races in succession at Frank Petty and Ben Turner say amending the present law which Belmont this season. Since his pur- they havo the onliest ball team m Liberty Si. 00 would have placed the matter of taxing dogs solely In tho hands of chase by the Rancocas Stable, he fin these parts, and that no one can deny Liberty First 4s Knobble, a stablemate that the ' team is holding Its own. Liberty Second 4s 86.66 each County, giving to the Fiscal ished second to 87.20 right to make such a levy and later was defeated in a race with Last Sunday, a week ago, their team Liberty First 4,is Courts, the 1 played, the score being 86.72 in fa- Liberty Second 4 Us or leave it off. The bill passed the Fair Gain and Thunderstorm. vor of the enemy, who hailed from Liberty Third 44s 90.72 lower house, which was Republican 8C.88 Horton, formerly known as Elm Lick, Liberty Fourth 4 Us by a good majority, on almost if not RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OF .MRS. ROY K. KEOWN and last Sunday the same teams "fit" Victory .lis 98.44 a strict party vote, and by a strict again and lo! the tallies were 21-1- 1, 98.46 Victory party vote the bill was killed In the Resolutions of Hartford Review with the Hartford Featheredgers The above quotations do not inSenate, which as these spellbinders know, was Demo- No. 42, on the death of Ina Mae massing 21 marks to 11 for the Elm clude accrued interest which is add and LIckers. Petty swears he has put in ed from date of previous coupon pay cratic by 20 to 18, yet they continu- Keown. Whereas, Hartford Review No. 42 two days and three nights calculat- ment to date of sale. ously refer to tho matter as being a Republican failure to carry out a has learned with deep sorrow of the ing the rate of the downward slldge CARD OF THANKS. sad and unexpected death on June of the Lick team and by another Sunpledge. 2G, 1921, of our beloved Sister, Ina day they would lack from 1 to 2 We wish to express our heartfelt Much has been said through the Mae Keown, a member of this Re- scores of making anything thanks to our friends and neighbors press and otherwise, concerning the view, Therefore, be it resolved, that this pardon granted to Blair, alias John Other enigmas of life did you ev- for their many deeds of kindness dur Review extend to her' bereaved hus-ba- n er notice that when the nights were ing tho recent illness and donth of. Doe, who was sentenced by the dand relatives the sincere sym- darkest and you needed lights the our dear wifo and mother, Mrs. R. F. Circuit Court for attempted robbery and perhaps assault of one pathy and condolence of our Mem- most, that there was no Juice in the Keown. Especially do we desire to Capt. Hendricks. There can be no bership. That we commend her wires? And further, that when you thank the S. S. Class and Lad Macof the fact that somebody or cheerfulness and steadfast devotion as were the least prepared to do with- cabees of Hartford. Lodge for the doubt maybe more than one, put something worthy of emulation by her sisters out water, your B. V. D's cleaving beautiful floral designs. R. F. KEOWN and CHILDREN over on Governor' Morrow in (his In the Lodge. She was faithful and unto you even closer than a brother, case. Although Capt. Hendricks per- true, constant In service, always anx- when you put off your sonally .requested that the man be ious to assist one In need. As a once on account of lack of time, and INSURANCE FIItM DISSOLVES pardoned, and intercession was made wifo she was tender and kind, as a when you had disrobed yoursolf of In his behalf by at least one indivi- mother and woman, she was of the the heavy, soggy garments and crawldual, so it seems, whom Morrow purest type. Realizing tho deep ed into tho bath tub expecting to get To our Patrons and Friends: Notice is hereby given that the ougnt to have had the right to trust sorrow which death brought to her that which was coming to you, and Arm of Parks & Yeiser hasi been dis.in tho m'otter. Yet, the facts' in loved ones at bqnjo and within this long overdue, only to find that tbo the caso very plainly show that it Review, we would offer for their plpe3 wore empty and your $150 solved, and all future business will was a put-u- p Job on tho part of some consideration and for our gratifica- worth of plumbing might just as well bo under the firm name of Parks designing Individual or Individuals. tion tho consoling thought that she be junk. Why is tbo whynebs of it Bros. Wo wish to thank you for your Tho Governor has frankly acknowl- met tho duties of life bravely, bore all nohow? That's about what a edged his error and while that does her afflictions with Christian forti- grimy guy in a dry br.th tub tblnks past patronage and hope to have a continuance of your business in the not rectify the mistake, yet it was tude and when the last roll was callfuture. A MOTHER GONE. a manly thing '.to do. A man who ed she was ready for tho summons. Very truly yours, publically acknowledges an official Rosolved further that a copy of W. H. & M. T. PARKS. Mrs. Mary E. Kolley departed this error is not liable to mako the same these resolutions bo spread upon the ?, mistnko again, and .from henceforth, records of this Review, a copy fur- llfo June 26, 1921 at tho ago of 75 WANTED Experienced Salesman tho oonvict who obtains executive nished to the husband of our deceas- years 2 months and 16 days. Sho was visiting at tho homo ot in Ladies & Mens Furnishing Goods i clemency is. assured that it will come ed sister and to each of "tho County her daughter Mrs. Ira Taylor, near to travel in Ohio and adjoining counnt tho end fit a full and exhaustive papers for publication. No Governor ought I'hllpot and was as well as any one ties. Must have a team or machine. Inypstlgatlon. This June 27, 1921.. ,Qfhcr,age could hope to bo when WrJto bo rcqulrsd to devoto the time' OLLIE BARNETTi to. LOUISVILLE JOBBING HOUSE, (.suddenly, about two o'clock, tho necessary to Intelllgqnt action upon SUE, YEISEIU s 117 S. Cth. St., groat number of4 applications alFLAUD1E F.ULKERSON, Death Angel dropped bis wlugs of the Loulsvillo, Ky. Committee. Love about ber nnd carried her 'to ,. most constantly before him. In fact our belief that OtXTPAXTS UNHURT 1 whlh-divin- ' t ANNOUNCEMENTS We a For County Clerk: Wost Beaver Dam. ISOM MITCHELL Hell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS- - Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Rosino. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. 'F. CHUMLEY McIIonry. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. ROY II. FOREMAN For Circuit Judge aro authorized to announce R. W. SLACK candidate for Judgo of tho Sixth Circuit Court District, of Kentucky. November election, 1921. We a For Comiuoiiuciilth's Attorney are authorized to announce C. E. SMITH At- candidate for Commonwealth's For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford. R. 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING Hartford. S. A. LEE Sunnydalo. . Hari- BARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. C. JOHNSON STEWART McHenrjv Route 1. NATHANIEL HUDSON McIIenrj torney of tho Sixth Circuit Court District, of Kentucky. Elcctlou November Stb 1921. For County ami District Offices. to announce Wo are authorized the candidacy ot tho following citizens, subject to the action ot the Republican party in the primary election August C, 1921: For Tnv Commissioner ROY F. KEOWN Fordsvilio. For Representative. IRA JONES Arnold. W. II. BAIZE Hartford. 1. S. MASON Bu ford. For Magistrate, (District No. 1) J. J. P. McCOY A. DOLING Hartford Route 2. Upper East Hart2) S's For Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvilio. O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. MACK COOK ford. (District No. W. C. KNOTT For County Judc: Hartford. Centortown. FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. (District No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR. Cool Springs. O. E. SCOTT Q. B. BROWN Prentiss. Simmons. No. 4.) Askins. No. 5 5. 23-2- WINSON SMITH Select. W. S. DEAN Dundee. R. R. WEDDING Hartford. (District J. W. CHEEK 4s 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 JAMES W. GRAY quill-Jdriy'e- Hartford, R. (District No. C.) J. A. EDGE Dundee. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Sprlncs- - (Distrcit No. 7.) J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell.. J. N. LOGSDON Rosine, For Constable. (District No. 7.) R. II. BASIIAM Jef-Ters- Rosinc. fort-night- ly THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. HARTFORD, KY. Will have on hand throughout the year a full line of authorized ' " ' : -- TEXT BOOKS For both Comon Schools and High Schools. Also a complete stock of Pencils, Pens, Ink, Crayons, Tablets, Note Books, Pads, Pen Holders, Pencil Holders, Sponges, Ink Stands, Fountain Pens, Rulers, and in fact, all the ordinary necessities for school work . 4 u FAIR'S W K. EHh wont to Dawson Sunday to rnnuln until next Wednesday. Mrs Kprlr.g O. Barrett, who h. s during the past few days, was Improving yesterday Ii L.. t man 111 linn tni wtstaai.tsxzxa&si.'i r a July SAT F Today you will see our MillEnd Sale in Ml swing. We do not think you can Mils Ernpetlne Ralph will return Don't full to nttonfl tlio Chnutau-nui- i tomorrow from Hawosvlllo, where coramoncInK nt tho Cnlleg,Aiull-torlushe lm been visiting relatives a few tomorrow nlrht. days. , ban luen Miss Nettie 111 Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Rowan and wuunp nun uuw ill ilnvltirr tlin HI uiiiuife iiiu I'tirv lifonb uriu lillr dnughtor, of Llverfnoro, came up llttlo Jf nny, Improved yesterday. Tupsdsy to attend tho Bennett-Loac- h Messrs. Tom Cooper and Iloscoo wedding, Wednesday. James, of Coopor IJros., Hoavor Dam, Mrs. Bornlco Frost and children mado n bus I nous trip to Hartford of Mogg ,nre visiting yesterday. Mrs. Frog"s father, Dr. E. II. I'ondlcton and famGet your Soy Means, I'oas and Mil-l- ily, while Mr. Frost is recovering from an operation for appondicltis, In Seod from a Louisville hospital. D. L. D. SANDKFUU, U'oaver Dam, Ky. G2t3 Master Hughes Wallace nnd llttlo Mr. Harry May of this place, went sister, Margaret Helen, and Lillian Ruth Burnoy of Central City, aro to Madlsonvlllo Wednesday, whore h will bo in tho L. & N. It. II. office guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett of Hartford. for a week or ten days. m OI!!-p:3ot Ilk 'TradeJfar!cI&P.isiaiei .5m Mrs. If. J. Mlllfgan and daughter, Miss Josephine, of Owensboro, spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Hartford, the guest of friends. Miss Lucilo Uarrctt of Barrett's Ferry, came to Hartford Wednesday, to make her brother, Mr. L. G. Barrett nnd Mrs. llarrott an extended afford to miss it. In fact, we know you can't. Bargains in every department. Prof. Leslie Miller, who has been teaching in the schools of Elyrla, Ohio, Is spending his vacation with tho homo folks at Olaton. He was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix at the Now Commercial Hotel, yesterday. Mr. S. B. Snoll and family of Rev. M. G. Snell and family and Georgo Ash by of Central Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ward of BUSTER BROWN HOSIERY In buying hosiery women's first consideration is 'invariably appearance, the direct result of good fit and fine yarns. In Buster Brown Hosiery perfection of fit is insured by the special knitting process which produces the smooth, trim ankle and lasting shapeliness. When fit and comfort are supplemented by durability, the maximum of hosieiy satisfaction is assured. Buster Brown Hosieiy assortments are complete in Silk, Lisle and Cotton, in all seasonable colors for men, women and children. visit. reduction throughout the entire house. Every-thin- g marked in plain fig ures. Meet your friends at Fair's; they are sure Big coming. Friday, My 1st to 30th 4Rj t The Hartford 1'ltlIUV C5o P w Republican I I'M 1 Mrs S. S. May Is quite ill at her homo on Union Street. Dr. and Mrs. S. M, Dexter, of woro in town Monday. Is visiting n, PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Portland Cement at ACTQN I1KOS. In Miss Myrtlo Carter, of near town, relatives in Madisonville. Ellis King spent last Saturday Owensboro. Mr Fred Coopor of Horse Branch, was in town yesterday on a business errand. - Mr. lrn D. Uean spent tho uH.l, l,u fnmlli- - hnrn. Mr. H. T. Collins spent last end with his family here. week- tivator and you will Buy yourself an Oliver Riding be pleased. Cul- - ACTON BKOS. Mr. W. M. Hudson and family moved into tho George G. Fair property on Clay Streot, Thursday, Hon. I. S. Mason and son, Robert, of Buford, attended the funeral of Mrs. J. N. Martin, Monday, at Green River. Plenty of fruit Jars, rubbers and can tops at ACTON BIIOS. Miss Mao Smith spent last with friends in Kordsvlllo. woek-en- d Every number to bo put on by the Southern Chautauqua Co., beginning Nocretk, attended the funeral of tomorrow night, comes well recom- their aunt, Mrs. Sallle Stevens, at mended and should bo attended by all Newtonvllle, Ind., June 19. who can do so. Squire Whltaker of Heflln, narMiss Kennedy Collins, who has rowly escaped losing his dwelling by been employed In Louisville during fire Monday afternoon when sparks tho past fow months, will return from the kitchen flue set fire to the home tomorrow to spend tho sumhole roof, burning a considerable mer here with her parents, Mr. and therein. Tho building was saved Mrs. It. T. Collins. from destruction by timely assistance of neighbors residing near-bFrof. Forest I'. Dell has returned to his home in tho Huford country, Messrs. P. M. Peiklnson of Lexingwhere ho will spend the sti minor. ton and II. J. Beam, of Covington Prof. Hell has been In Pennsylvania, and Lexington, Engineers with :hc since his graduation from tho Uni- Stato Highway Commission arrived versity of Kentucky. Mr. Pcrkln-so- n In Hartford yesterday. will represent the Commission Mr. Ucrnice Frost of Mogg, in comwith Mr. Beam assisting in tho impany with his father-In-laDr. E. provement of the Hartford-Owcns-bor- o 1J. Pendlton, of Hartford, went to road. ouisvillo Wednesday, whero ho un a successful operation Thurs Mesdames. E. E. Crabtree, Ollle day, for appendicitis. Barnett, A. K. Anderson, Louis Ful- -' kcrson, John Ford, Ed Davidson, W. Mr. J. C. Gentry and son, Martin, C. Schlemmer, James Park, W. M. of Livermore, passed thru Hartford Hudson, Step Sosh, Robert Carson Tuesday enrouto to Cromwell to at- - and Misses Beatrice Sue Yeiser, j tend the funeral of Mrs. J. N. Mar Ford and Nellie Roeder, members tin. Mrs. Gentry had preceded them of the local Lady Macabee Lodge, atto Cromwell last Saturday. tended tho funeral of Mrs. Roy Keown at Fordsville, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenship Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Black, Mr. and and llttlo Miss Nancy McCracken, and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox, of Mrs. A. D. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Beaver Dam, returned Monday from Keown, little Miss Katherine AnderHerrin, 111., where they had been vis- son. Messrs. E. G. Barrass, Worth iting relatives sinco Friday. Tichenor, Robert Carson, J. T. King, Lewis Fulkerson, Otis Ashby, C. P. Capt. A. J. Barnett is expected to Keown, A. K. Anderson, and Judge arrivo here Monday from Camp Ben-nin- Mack Cook, wero among those who Ga., whore he hns been attendattended the funeral of Mrs. Roy ing tho Infantry Officers' Training F. Keown at Fordsville, Sunday. School for the past ten months. Capt. Sheriff and Mrs. S. A. Bratcher, Barnett will be here for about thirty Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown, Mr. and days. Mrs. W. S. Tinsley, Mr. and Mrs. Of the few relatives present at the Otto C. Martin and family, Mrs. M. marriage of Air. Hint on Loach and L. Heavrln, Mrs. J. E. Davidson, Rev. Miss Gladys Bennett, Wednesday, Mr. Russell Walker, Messrs. T. H. Black, W. G. Bennett age 77 years and Mr. Barnett Tinsley, Rowan Holbrook, Leonard Leach, aged 84 years, grand- Win. Fair, Mack Cook, Alfred Stewparents of the bride and bridegroom, art and Worth Tichenor of Hartford, attended the funeral of Mrs. J. N. wero two. Martin Wednesday, at Green River. y. g, Carson EAGLE "MIKADO"- . Co PenrilNo.174 Mode in five gradca Hartford, Kentucky. SMMBsaBamssa For at Safe W - OF - your Dealer ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK v 100 PIECES ALUMINUM WARE values from $1.00 to $2.00, all going for Make that old house now with Red Spot Paint. ACTON BROS. Mrs. O. C. tha week-en- d Roll, of Greonvlllo, was guest of Mr. and Mrs V. L. Felix. , Miss Winnio CottcreU of Owensbo-rowas the guest of Mrs. Lucy Hubbard, last week. Y and family of Dundee, go to Louisville on Saturday the will 2nd., and return on tho 4th. G. Barnard" Misses Hula King and Beulah with Miss Mooro spent last week-en- d Wllllo Llndley, at Tolnt Pleasant. Mrs. J. A. Bennett Is ylsltlng her grandson, Mr. Pearl Sanderfur and Mrs. Sanderfur, at Nocreek this week. Mr. Allen Foster of Elkton, was tho guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Martin, of Route 3, Beaver Dam. in Hartford Monday on a business friends. Miss Marllssa Foster Mr. R. P. Rowo, of Owensboro, was mission and shaking bands with old of Hetlin, and Mrs. - spent last brother, Mr. Ellis Foster. week-en- d the guest of her Fo&ter Miss Venota Barnard, of Dundee, entered tho Business School here taking a Stenographic Monday, " '. 'course. Mr. Ernie Daniel of East Hartford, BASEBALL A large crowd la expected to at- went to Owensboro last Friday where tend the Singing Convention at the ho underwent a successful operation Ohio County Fair Grounds, Monday for mastoiditis. Mr. Chester Leach, Saturday, July 2nd, tho 4th. who returned from Owensboro Wednesday, reported that the patient was Riverside Park, Masonville and doing nicely. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. B, Hancock vs. Hartford. Monday, July llttlo daughter of Loitchfield, motored 4th, Rockport vs. Hartford. to Hartford Saturday, returning home Mrs. John X. Taylor of Earllngton, Sunday. returned last Saturday to Cromwell, Admission 25 cents. Games her former home, to be at tho bed- called at 2:45. Mrs. A. J, Williams left Sunday side of her mother, Mrs. Martin, who for Chicago, to spend two weeks with died Monday and was burled WednesFOR SAJiE. her daughter, Mrs. E. D. Turley and day. Mr. Taylor came up WednesOh twelve months time, at auction, Mr. Turley. day to attend the burial. Monday tho first day of Circuit Court, July 4th, 1921, In front of tho Mrs. A. C. Porter returned home Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges and Post Office, Hartford Ky., one fino yesterday after having spent several Mr. Wado Stratton of Griffin, Ind., saddle and harness stallion, one highdays with her mother, ( fjlrs. Antho- Squire George W. Martin of Muncle, bred Jack. Will sell at 1 o'clock ny Robertson, at Hetlin. Ind., and Mr. John W. Martin of p. m, .Ml Stigler, Okla., wero summoned to Dr. L. B, BEAN. iMrs.' Edwin Cooper and children, Cromwell Tuesday on account of the m of Nashville, Tenn., will arrlvo hero death and burial of Mrs, J. N. MarNOTICE Monday to. spend the summer with tin. Mrs. Cooper's mother, Mrs. O. M. All persons having claims against Barnett. Mr. C. W. Wedding, Guard at the the estate of Marvin Hoover, deceas-b- d, but for Frankfort Reformatory, will please present same, properly Miss Beulah Mooro who has been some tlmo stationed at tho State proven, to me at my residence, near attending Western Kentucky State Road Camp near Glasgow, was in Beda, Ky., or to A. D. Kirk, Attorney Normal at Bowline Green for tho town Monday, shaking hands wjth Hartford, Ky., within 60 days from past several months, returned home friends. Mr, Wedding Is spending this date. Friday. ED SHOWN, his vacation With relatives In tho ' Executor. Dundee country. Mr. W. S. Glllstrap, of Owensboro, CERALVO. traveling salesman for Mullen & several Render, for Carlisle Haynes, wholesale druggists, was in months, manager of the Kentucky Master Kendell Everly and sister, his Light and Power Co., has resigned Hartford Monday dispensing wares. his position and W. A. Himes has Electra, of the Masonic Home, at been procured .by tho Company to Louisville, are spending their vacaMr, and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook re- fill the placo vacated. Mr. Render tion with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Ray HooTcer' of Walturned Monday from Loulsvlllo and will bo engaged In tho erection of a Glasgow, where they had been visit- residence on hU property In the ton's Creek spent Sunday with Mr. ing relatives. They also vlsiUd the eastern part of town,' on the Header and Mrs. John Carter.' Viola Rachel the' llttlo dauchtor Dam road.1 " Mammoth Cave whllo absent. " at $1.00Each If you are in need of any Cooking Utensils you can get your money's worth in this assortment. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. of Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Drown, died Jnno 20 and was buried hero tho following day, after funeral services conducted by Uev. Fuqua. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Hocker and son, of Equality, spent Friday and Satur day with' Mrs. Hooker's sister, Mrs. John Chancellor. Mr. arid Mrs. J.' T. Morris aro the Bucsts of tbolr son, Mr. Bills Morris, of Ilockport. Mrs. 'Emma H. Fulkersou speut several days last week with relatives at Equality. Miss Ama Wood has returned home aftor spending several days with relatives at Utica and Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jones aro tho guests of- Mr. Jones' parents Mr. and - , Mrs. P. Jones. Miss Suslo Trunnell of Utica returned homo Friday after sponfilng ma a few dayii with hor cousin, Ml Wood. Demand For Tanlac Breaks All R d 20,-000,000 Not Amazing Success Achieved by Celebrated Medicine Unprecedented Over Only Phenomenal, But Bottles Sold in Six Years Foreign Countries Clamor for It. drug trade has tho demand Never before, perhaps, In the history of the approached the wonderful record that Is for a proprietary medicine ever which has been now being made by Tanlac, the celebrated medicine throughout .this country and Canada. As pushing such remarkable results by this medicine Is not a matter of fact, the marvelous success achieved unprecedented. only phenomenal, but and have pro-th- o The first bottle of Tanlac to reach astonishing results greatest medicine of public was sold Just a little over nounced it the nix years ago. Its success was lm- all time. Tens of thousands of men and peoplo everywhere were mediate and of men of all ages in all walks of life, to rccognlzo it as a medicine extraordinary merit. Since that time afflicted with stomach, liver and somo of them of there have been sold thruout this kidney disorders, well as thousands Canada something over long standing, as country and men and Twenty Million (20,000,000) bottles, of weak, thin, nervous verge of establishing a record which has pro- - women apparently on tho they collapse, have testified that bably never been equalled In the drug trade in America, have been fully restored to their history of the weight, health and strength by j mal Is International. and phenomenal sue- - its use The instant Restored to Health. rcss which Tanlac won when It was Still others, who seemed fairly been extended to first introduced has indigespractically overy largo city, small well, yet who suffered with in North tion, headaches, shortness of breath, town, village nnd hamlet stomach3, Its fame has become in- dizzy spells, sour, gassy America. scopo and England, coated tongues, foul breith, constiternational in its appeJapan, Mexico, Cuba, Hawaii, Alaska, pation, bad complexion, loss of termany European coun- tite, sleeplessness at night and of Porto Itico and ribly dejected, depressed feelings, tries are clamoring for It. coast and from the state that they have been entirely reFrom coast to symptoms Great Lakes, Tanlac is known and lieved of these distressing it and rstord to health and happiness by Millions have taken honored. with the most gratifying and the use of Tanlac. wo-quinor-Fun- from burns on his hands. In the lapt operation, about n yoar ago, his right arm and his loft wrist were amputated. Ho refused to give up the work In spite of aevoro pain and serious Injuries to his linnds and arms resulting from constant uso of the Among Ills notable surglcnl nchlevoments was tho extraction of a scharpanol bullet from tho heart of a soldier onrly In tho World war. COLORED VOTERS IN MASS CONVENTION DIRECTORY. llKAVint DAM. Ch'm'n. Hoard W. T. McKcnnej?. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judge J. W. Cooper. Mnrhal II. F. Slovens. FORDHVIMiK. Ch'm'n. Board 1V. II. Jonei. Clork Olln Cobb. Polico Judge C. P. Kcsslncor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKNDAK FOR PltllSHNT vnArc County Hoard of Education Howard, S. S. O. C. DIv. No. 1 u- SOCIALISTS REJECT INTERNATIONAISM Mom-o- It Is counted on to off- ont tho llmlnl'ihlni: coal fiUlinly Which project, and Soviets Clawed As Wreckliis KoiHsn Affilia- tlons Tabooed. becomes more expensive as it gots Engineers the world over scarcer. need for a gradually luoreas-Crcsee the ed development of waterpower, or 'white coal," for the same reason. -o- -a- Detroit. Juno 25. Refusing by a vote of 35 to 4 to affiliate with the I l undertake to say Third Internationale of Moscow, the come - ., ..-- - That literal answers Socialist party oi mo uiuieu oiiues HOI'K AND COMFORT from .,,.., i. the three hours of heated debate, during which Chairman Hlllqult threatened when Com- to clear the galleries munist sympathizers started a demon-- ! stration. Unlike tho conventions of tho last two years, which have ex- when I pia a ""'''"" ., ' -.! r rtlljf mint ctuii r ll, i nnvt vonr nt" IL j helps me rise o'er earthly things IcaEt, will pursue its course alone. That As larks toar upon airy wings. The vote came after Victor Berger, Morris HUlqtilt, Algernon Lee and ot stP t0 reasn out the other leaders had denounced The why and how; I do not care. Soviet government as the murderers Since I know this that when I doubt of the Socialists of Russia and as a T n lni1'nocc Af (IPGTinlr nnn "" ; -- " "wrecking crew" bent on the destruc- - "" BCD"'a a The world a tomb; and wen lion of Socialist parties thruout the Sweet blossoms spring up in the dust. W darkest hour, Action of convention followed Slnco l know in the today voted In its annual convention here against international relations But '"aVtm. hat this-t1 know l..l " " 1 It " " sympathet "le 'Y""' Some Gives hope and comfort to me there. Since balm is sent to ease my pain, CIRCUIT COUUT. Tho colored voters of Ohio County Judge II. W. Slack, Oweniboio. met in mas convention In Heaver Com'tli. Attorney C. E. fimlth, Hart Dam, June IS, and after preliminary ford. femnrkfl by several of thoso prosont, Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. ofocted chairman S. M. Taylor was Master Cotiiinlsfloiicr Otto C. Mar nnd Gnylon Taylor secretary. On motin. Hartford. tion a committee on resolutions was TruMco Jury Fund Col P. Koown, appointed, which committee reported Hartford. as follows: Appetite. I,osi of 1st Monday in March 1 J days Whoreas, The Negro being n citiAs a general ruin there Is nothing Coiu'th. and Civil, Country wo holiero It n loss of appetite, nnd zen of this sorlous nbout let Monday In May 12 dnji Civil. Is his privilege to meet or assemble If you skip n medl or only cat two 1st Monday in July 13 days polin fow days you will In convontlon nnd discuss Ills Coiu'th. nnd Civil. meals a day for rights nnd welfare in accordance' U daye Monday In September soon havo a relish for your menls tical upon him 3d rights conferred Civil. when meal time comes. Hear In mind with tho by both State nnd Federal Constitu4th Monday In November II dayi that at least five hours should nlwnys so as to give tion. v elapso bctweon meals Com'th. and Civil. First Wo wish to hereby reaftho food nmnlo time to digest and tho principles COUNTY COURT. firm our nHeglnnco to the stomnch a period of rest before a of tho Republican Party, believing Moots first Monday in each month. second meal is taken. Then If you a it nnd just proJiidKs Mack Cook. oat no more than you cravo and tnke that stands for fair tection of the rights and privileges County Att'y. A. D. KIrJc. a reasonable amount of outdoor exClerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. to of nil American citizens. orcise every day you will not need every Second We believe that Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. worry about your appetite. When the citizen should bo proteciKl '.o the Superintendent E. S. Howard. loss of appetite U caused by constiextent of tho law. Wo thejr-for- o Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. pation ns Is often tho case, that fullest D. E. Ward. condemn mob violence, and it is Tax Commissioner should be corrected at once. A doso our belief that the law now upon Surveyor C. S. Moxley. of Chamberlain's Tablets will do Coroner E. P. Rodgcrs. m our Statute Books docs not meet the it. requirements, thoreforo, wo call upFISCAL COURT. on the good citizens of this County ELECT REGGAR TO OFFICE to use their Influence thru our ReMeets first Tuesday in April nnd presentatives In tho General Assembly October. In tho stnid nnd solemn city of Kntucky, urging them to put fortti 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Amsterdam, whero the stolid Dutch of Routo 3. their utmost endeavor in behalf of rarely do anything foolish, a profesL. Stevens, Beavbeggar was elected to a law which would require tho Coun- 2nd District Sam sional street ty in which n mob, thru violence takes er Dam. tho city council. His platform was life, to pay to tho dependent relatives 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. "free gin," and he celebrated his of the ono whoso life may bo thus 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towvictory by going on a regular spree j taken, a sum not less In amount than and getting locked up for 15 days. $5,000. 5th District W. C. Dausherty.Balze- The Dutch were not voting for free town. accommodations proThird. Tho gin; they elected the beggar because vided for tho Negro In travel on rail- Oth District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. they were peeved on account of a new B. F. Rice, FordBvlllo. roads of our State arc not what thoy 7th District law requiring them to vote whether B. C. Rhoadee. HartWe do 8th District should bo in ninny respects: they wished or not. ' sepaford, Route 6. you only had me"), the new not object in the least, to the ("If rate coach, but do believe that we HARTFORD. councilor, is the senior member of have a first and second act should Mayor J. E. Bean. the body and will probably lugof it when he gets out of commodation with the "Batch's" Clerk J. A. Howard. gage and other baggage lie removed jail. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. from our coaches, and separate acoMarshal E. P. Casebler. wocommodations for tho men and WANT TO JOIN GERM AX V men. In view of the conditions above HOCKPOUT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. protests of the al- enumerated, we deom it but just, In spite of the arrangements be made. , Clerk N. II. Bratcher. lies the province of Salzburg held a that better And, whereas, tho Negro's stand Polico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. plebiscite to determine the attitude for 'the flag of our Country can Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. of its inhabitants toward the question not be questioned, we therefore Mor3 than of union with Germany. that when he is before the 90 per cent voted in favor of the Court for trial he should have repri- plan. Wherever the question has on mo jury wnenever pos-- i coma to a vote union has been fa- ieniauon slide and practicable. vored. Tho voting contrary to the Tho negro has always given h,s j demands of the allies has mlnr-rassed suffrage to the Republican Party and the administration at Vienna we do not deem It out of reason to and finally resulted in the resignation suggest that a place be given him of Chancellor Mayr and his cabinet. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE on tho County and State Central ComDiisolved In water for douche itopr mittees. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and infl.-unUEAN CAUSES 3000 Sl'lT. We are fully mindful of the high malion. Recommended by Lydia E. rinkjmm ftlcd. Co, lor ten years. As a result of having slipped on a and hcneficlcnt influence of educaA healing wonder for tion and believe that a niembr of'our sore throat and lore aye naml catarrh, merchant's-stanbean In front of a Economical. rleanima and in a vegetable market, William and race ought to have a place on the Hst rxtraorcHrury 50r. a1 rtnioctit.ttcrnuval txvrr. nr rm..r..til !v SKaIe Frea. Hfriu. ThePitonToi1rtCuuptiy. Bo.ian. Mm. Isabella Gilbeit of Hamilton, Ontario, Euucational Hoard of our County. Respectfully submitted, havo entered a suit for ?5000 as comGAYLON TAYLOR, pensation for injuries suffered by J. S. SHORT, Mrs. Gilbert. JOHN BELCHER, Win. THOMPSON. NOTICE. n. ar become-presiden-a-- E. 8. R. A. Owon, Hartford. Route G. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvlile. DIv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dun- dee. DIv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslne. Div. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Renvoi? Dairi. DIv. No. C Nat Llndley, Ccntor-tow- n. County Board of Examiners: E. S i Howard, Mrs. Birdie Mldklff and Ira Jones. Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th 17th. EXAMINATIONS . Common School Diploma May 10 nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam nndiFordsvillc.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Examination nt Hartford, (Whito). May 2S and 29 County Teachers Examlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). Juno IS and 19 County nad State Teachors" Examination at Fordsvlile, (Whito). Juno 25 and Teachors' 2C County nnd Stato Examination at Hartford. (Colored). Sept. 17 nnd IS County and Stato Toachors' Examination at Hartford. (White). SiSpt. 21 and 25 County and Stato Teachers' Examination (Colored). at Hartford, ('Every Woman Wants SXi KfcTV' Mothers use d Pafer vermini: For ike Children A Safe Old Remedy Fashioned for Worms f vl a g m -- tho What need to argue or explain? Judge of the Ohio County Court: FOR FLETCHER'S gross selves it helps us Notice Is hereby given that on the pressed sympathy with tho Bolshe- From our A f riso being the 4th day of July, 1921, it vik! alms and sought somo form of wo yet may bo, o relationship, this year's To something which first day of the regular July term of International I ask to bo wise, the Ohio County Court, a petition IMtKl'AHK TO MINE GRAPHITE gathering showed scant patience with And so my not faith is lost to me If thus will be filed In said Court asking for extreme left wing. tho voico and with angels A Danish explorer after a recent the establishment of tho proposed "1 want no dictatorship," Mr. Ber- Faith that touch port'on of trip thru the public road as follows: ger declared In his attack on the prayer availeth A public road leading from the southern Greenland reported the dis"I have had the Says: "Pray, for Soviet government. much." mnln public road known as tho covery of very extensive graphite dedictatorship of Burleson, tho dictaElla Wheeler Wilcox. Shultztown and Rochester public xoad posits on the Baffin bay coast. He torship of Wilson and the dictatorto the main public road known as claimed that 3000 shiploads were ship of Palmer. That is all the dicComplaint Quickly Relieved Kiinum-the Rochester and Beaver Dam pub- available and ready for working, and tatorship I want for the rest of my "About two years ago when suffer- lic road according to tho location of plans were formed for their immelife." ing from a severe attack of summer the route herein proposed viz: diate exploitation. In the general resentment against I took Chamberlain's Colic For tho ilrst time in tho history "All-ki- t o.ild proposed route locat-o- d dictated by Mos- complaint, tho arbitrary terms Diarrhoea Remedy and it relievand situate in Ohio County, Ky., of the big cold Island it is to be viscow as the only basis on which tho and ed me almost instantly," writes Mrs. as fol- ited by a king. Greenland was seand particularly described .Anrcrican Socialist could Join the Henry Jowett, Clark Mills, N. Y. lows: Beginning at a stone, on the cured for Denmark several centuries Third Internationale, the convention is an excellent remedy for colic west side of tho Shultztown and ago by a daring missionary who had voted down all proposals for foreign This and diarrhoea and should bo kept at Rochester public road, Yv. A. Green's read of the voyages of tho early vikalftilations, including a motion to m every family. corner In C. R.. Lee's line; thence ings and who wished o convert to Interna- hand by join the t West with Green and Leo's lino, and Christianity the descendants of the tionale at Vienna, sponsored by the HELL. FURS TO U. S. He found only on tho lands of the said Lee, about early Norse colonies. "Centrist" faction. 250 yards to a stake, a corner of the Eskimos nnd proceeded to convert Tho extremo right not only England, which for years has been the day in tho field of inter- the leading market for undrossed said Green and Lee; thence same them. King Christian of Denmark national relations, but made a clean furs from Canada, has yielded the direction, and over tho lands of the will make his visit shortly. m sweep of the permanent organization, said Lee, nbout 400 yards. to a sycalead to the United States. In tho DANCES SHOCK LEGISLATOR more tree; thence in a northwesterly Including a majority on every Jast year this country passed England direction, over the lands of the said with a long leap. In 1914 furs by Disgusted tho present-da- y Tomorrow's session will take up shipped from Canada to England Loo, about 200 yards to a stone, Lee's taccorner in L. J. Elliott's dances, Representative Riddle of the tho questions of party policy and amounted to $3',000,000 and to the northwest tics. Including dictatorship of the United States $2,000,000. In 1920 line; thence in a northwesterly di- Florida legislature has introduced a rection, over tho lands of said Elliott, bill to prohibit dances which ho says the general strike, furs to England roso to 13,900,000 Among them of a mile to a are "really Immoral." strikes and tho party's attitude and to tho United States to $16,500,-00- about ," "buzzard between Luther El- are line stake, in toward organized labor. It Is explained by tho fact that liott nnd the J. Elliott, said stake be lope," "chicken switch," "rabbit L. dealers havo determined to make tho ing 'Philadelphia about 150 yards east qf the hop," TO HARNESS HIVKIt. United States tho leading fur marRochester and Beaver Dam road; twist" and "turntable gallop." ket and England is not able to com- thence west with tho line of the "When tho present plans are plete. NO "ULUK" LAWS FOH THEM said Luther Elliott and L. J. Elliott out, for which the senato has and over the lands of L. J. Elliott, already vcted, the swift current of After one Sunday on which tho about 150 yards to said Heaver Dam the ilver Ithono will furulch to tho were in FOR FLETCHER'S and Rochester public road. Said strictest of "bluo" laws cities and r?ilr6ads of Franco 1,000,-00- 0 force at Wollsburg, W. Va the citiroad to be 30 feet in width, its horsjrowor. The plan has been zens decided they had had enough, length." pronounced the most lmpjrtant ecoGiven under our hands this the and forced their city council to repeal nomic work of tho 20th century, and 1)K. INKItOIT DIES MARTYR TO SCIENCE 23rd day of June, 1921. the ordinance enacted a fow wooks ItJ.s said that a group of American ago. C. R. LEE, are helping on tho financial rankers W. A. GREEN et al., Dr. Charles Infroit, French nldo. It is proposed to build 1 8 great WANT WOMAN JURORS C. S. MOXLEY, and besides furnishing expert who died a few months ago County Surveyor. 52t2 . Taris a new source of electric light from tho cumulative effects of Argument that under the 19th and power It is expected that tho burns, had submitted to no less than What Poland wants is some arbl-to- r amendment women should be com22 years of Paris, Won and Mediterranean rail- 25 operations in tho last pelled to perform grand jury duty as things in its own favor. to road will be clootrlfied. Years will his life. Tho first was performed In Omahasettle well as men was heard by Judge Mc- Bee. resulting bo required for tho completion of the 1898 to relievo infection To ive-bour "Two-and-a-ha- lf con-.trollcom-initte- Honorable Mack Cook, Children Cry CASTO R Itfcisast! Seventy. five ycMscontin-uouius- e is tbebesttesti. monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30cabottlc .ijrour dniifitt'a or M cm U Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female wcaVnecse' they nic the supreme remedy, m thousands have testified. general ature; or if your dealer can'ljaupplyyou.aend Manama adOc in atamna and we'll eend you m botilo prompdy. L4S. FREY. Bil&are. Mi. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE ft b the best medicine ever sold over a druggis"'3 counter. WILL YOU TAKE OUR Donald in Chicago. Tho plea was made by two former assistant Ftato attorneys, who declared they will take tho question before the U S. supremo court if necessary. mSif GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealraenl - for WEAK LUNGS 0 WANTS CONTROL OK KIUMB. e. Italy is seeking a change of treaty of Rapallo, with Jugoslavia, so that feeling, relief sho may sharo In tho control of tho A quick pains for (hat tired, iweati. hemorcoughi, la cheat, night ports of Flume, Zara nnd Uaros. Ita- rhages, weak lungs or consumption. H it dots ly wants the administrator of tho Ml htlp yss it coats you, sslhlng. ports Invested In a Joint commission OHIO MEDICAL GO. SZuSllfZ and Italians on tho of Jugoslavs ground that the .territories cannot Jugoslavia does exist independently. not look with favor on tho arrange- USELIV-VER-LAX ment. CONSUMPTION FOR. ONE MONTH poli--tic- al one-four- th 0. . "shlmmy-she-wlggle- "cheek-to-cheek- ," car-Ti- a- -a ed Children Cry CASTO R 'A x-r- en-ti- ro WATER POWER IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES According to estimates of French engineers, tho available water-powresources of tho United States total 30,000,000 horse power; thoso of Canada 25,000,000; thoso or Norway 7,500,000; thoso of Sweden C.750,-00- 0; n disthose of trict 0,450,000; thoso of Italy and Spain about 5,000,000 each; thoso of Gcrm'any 1,500,000 and thoso of England 1,000,000. er Austro-Hungaria- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. FeeLricht all tho time. Don't lay from work for days by taking calomel kecpa yo when pleasant Uo'Ver-La- x on your feet, while relieving your troubj le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy tern and relieves constipation. A nat' ural remedy, natural in Us actions, sum in its effect and certain in results. Ijr will won't bo long before completely displace calomel in ever home. Children can take it freely a$4 with perfect safety. Every bottle guar anteed. 50c and l in. bottles. None genuine without the likeness and fllgnaA tvae cl L. K. Grieeby. For eulcby d power-house- s, x-r- SENTENCED TO I1UY KNIVES Threo small ioys who wore in tho Tumpa, Fin., Juvenile court of robbing a hardware atore, were sentenced to save enough money to buy a pocket knlfo for oach boy in tho local children's home and o buy the knives from the store they entered. con-vlct- ed ' i, FARM DEPARTMENT. Oatmeal Itrrnil iiml Cuke Apprli.liiK O.itmrnl, commonly thotiRht of ns food, make delicious st breakfast hri'iid Bnd cakes. The followlnR tccIih'm for Its use nr recommended liy food specially of United Statos )op..:tiurnl of Agriculture: 1 cup milk or wntor. 1 teaspoon unit. , 1 rup rolled outs. cups whent flour. 1' It ypnst enko. tho liquid, add salt nnd pour owr tho oats, cool for half tin hour, h mid the yenst mixed with cup lukewnriu wntor, nnd the flour. Knead nnd let rlso until douhlu the Kncnd again nnd let rise in size the pan until the size Is doubled, llnko In n modornto over for r0 minutes. This mnkes ouo loaf weighing pounds. 1 (Spiced Oatmeal Cakes.) 1 '. cups flour. xfz cup cooked oatmcal.- t cup sugar. '4 cup raisins. i i cup molassos. one-fourt1- -4 use of hay cap Would largely obviate tli difficulty now experienced In curIng the first nnd the last cutting. Hie old methods lined in curlnB mix- hay are not od tlmothy-nnd-clovalways adequate for alfalfa, find in many Instances n good grade of alfalfa hay might bu assured by the use of hay caps. In tho South, whoro the woatltor Is rainy n largo part of tho tlmo during the long haying season, the hay cap Is an especially valuable addition to hay making equipment. Alfalfa nlso alfalfa nnd, Johnson grass mixed bay aro cut from throe to five timos a year u the South, and n great deal of hay of inferior quality Is mado as a result of trying to euro by ordinary method. In this section hay caps havo been used to good advantage, especially with legumo hay grown for or I both, is nttractcd next yoar to tho old nesting site? How long do bird live? bandod A minimum of 100,000 birds Is planned from which It la hoped that valuable Information will lie obtained In regard to the habits of migratory birds. l'ltwldont . IIi(llii (Mtib Greets Group of Louder. market. Vitliio or Ootv TVMlng. Thoro Is plenty of evidence on flic In the United States Department of Agriculture to convince, anyone of l 4 it'iiaiiuuji JHIllil. g associations tho value of ' teaspoon baking powdor. as a means of developing profjtnblo ' teaspoon cinnamon. dairy herds. In nil those associaIt tiblespnons fat. tions records arc kept of tho amount Heat the molnssos and fat to of milk produced nnd feed consum- " Mlx with all tho other ma- - m by ench cow, nnd with this infor-Hak- e boiling In muffin pans for motion tho members of the nssocla- tcrials. 30 minutes. Thls makes 12 cakes, , lion are nblo to weed out the poor j producers of the herd to make room llwivy W'iIIiik ItcMill In Good Milk i for the holfor calves of the cows that give the largest production of milk Yields. During the last two years n num- nnd butterfat. This practice, togethber of the purebred Uolsteins at tho er with tho use of purebred bulls, Is Government farm nt Heltsvlllc, Aid., tho host and surest wny of building btivp been run on official test. In or up tho dairy herd, say dairy spcof the department, der to incrcaso their milk yield tlioIrTc,nUl" GroVQ cll'- - Va Cow Testing T" rations were made decidedly more liberal than those called for by any Association has developed some high thl method, and Is nn of the feeding standards. During tho'l,r,1,1,,ccrs milking period they received dally "lustration of what it Is possible for H,,ch nn organization to do. In one about 12 pounds of nlfalfa bay. '20 recently thoro were 7G cows pounds of corn silage, nnd as much 1 (5ri)V0 clt- - association that lll grain as th,y could clean up without produced more than 30 pounds of getting sick; thoy usually ate IS t0 C5 20 pounds-- a day of grain mixture V. Imttorfnt each. Of this number ' Produced moro than 40 pounds. Most They wore fed heavily also before larg-o- r their calves wore born; for CO days of the anlmala that produced a or a,nol,nt wcro thro vears of "8 t,r more before calving thoy usually cows received about K, pounds of grain ' ovcr' l,llt thcro wcre seve F. 12 pounds of nlfalfa liny ""er three years that produced fixture cow-testin- President Warron O. Harding greeted State club loaders from 14 of tho northern and western Statos at tho .Whlto House, Juno 9, nnd expressed his appreciation of what those represontatlvo Stato leaders are doing In assisting boys and girls to carry out agricultural and homo making demonstrations. Tho visit to the Whlto House was arranged bySecre-tar- y Wallace, who greeted tho State toadors In his office tho day previous. Hoys' and Girls' club work In agriculture and home economics carried out Jointly by tho United States Department of Agrlcu:iu;e t:iU otato agricultural colleges is meeting with widespread approval ,and has developed rapidly. At presont thero are ovor COO, 000 boys and girls engaged In developing agricultural and homo economic demonstration, work In 33 northern and western States. When tho Secretary informed tho President that theso Stato leaders, who aro rosponslblo to a great extent In carrying out this work, were In tho city ho oxprossed a desire to greet them. Relief of Fanners In The Xortlmosl Work of administering the $2,- 000 000 seed loan fund, appropriated by Congress for tho relief of farmers in tho drought-stileke- n areas of tho Northwest, has been completed nnd tho field office established at Fargo, H D., has boon clo.i id. The u: d was managed by Secretary of Agriculture Wallace thru a appointed by him for tho purpose, headed by Leon M. Usterbrook, associate chief of tho Bureau of Markets. United States Department, of Agriculture. Officials look upon the completion of this Important work within less than 40 days, with littlo criticism and much commendation, as very gratifying to nil concerned. Records of the committee show that the agricultural bill making the fund available was signed March 3, 1921, a printed copy of tho bill not being available to tho department until the following week; that tha necessary regulations and blank forms were drafted, procedure outlined, and headquarters established In the li?!d; that within 17 days aftor tho committee-- was appointed the first loan was made, and that up to May 4, when tho field work was practically completed, 17,500 applications Tur loans wore received, and 14.000 loans wero made, amounting to approximately $1,950,000. Tho total expenso involved, aside from Stato registration fees, will probably not exceed $10,000. K o com-mltteo are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements,. Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, C&O.P IH STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE , If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. '' """ irtford Pfintif! g Company INCORPORATED I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 9- - tion containing approximately four time-- ' as much protoln and two and one-hatimes ns much total nutriment as the routine ration fed to tho jlry cows of tho general herd. Thi- cows on test gave from 15,000 to 20,000 pounds of milk In the year; that is, three to four times as much as most of tho cows In the general herd. A part of this largor yield is lue to tho fact that tho test cows itvero better brod, but a part also Is duo to tho larger quantity of feed they consumed, say specialists of tho United States Department of In charge of tho tests. How much of tho Increased milk yield to attribute to each of these factors Is a question of great practical Interest. lf Agrl-culturo yield was 73.42 pounds of butterfat, which was made by n The highest yield mado by an animal under 3 years was 50 pounds, Jersey. produced y a j Hol-stei- n. Handed Hirds Tumid Should He d. Ordinarily all eggs will bo Infertile after tho malo has been soparated from tho flock for two or three woeks. Infortllo eggs will keep much longer than eggs that aro fertllo, and aro best for all purposes except hatching. Celery Should Ho Sprayed To Prevent Leaf Spots. Celery plants should bo sprayed with Dordenux mlxttiro overy ton days or two weeks to prevent leaf diseases, which often seriously Injuro tho crop for market purposes. Theso loaf snots occur generally In celery- growing districts In the United States during cool, moist weather. Home-mad- o Bordeaux, composed of 4 lbs. bluostono nnd 4 lbs. stono limo to CO gallons water, Is tho cheapest and Lest fungicide for tho purpose. Tho BPraylng should bo begun while tho plants aro still In tho seed bed and continued throughout tho season. Tho sprayings should bo moro frequent during moist, cool weather favorable to the development of tho leaf spots and farthor apart in dry, hot periods. Apply tho mixture thoroughly with a pump which will glvo a very flno misty spray that will cover tho plants hut not run down tho stalks and thus dlsflguro tho stems. Slnco tho disease Is carried ovor wlntor on the seed nnd In the soil whoro dlsoased colory was grown tho previous year, It Is Important that now soil bo used In tho seed bed or tho old soil storlllzed by steam, hot vntor, or formalin solution and that, Beod bo planted. dlsoase-fro- o tion From Hnlii. Hay caps can bo used to advantago on many farms In the eastern half keep rain Kof tho United States, to It Is pointfrom wetting hay in cocks, ed out In Farmers' Ilullotln 977 of Agitho United Statos Departmnot of In tho corn bolt, where thousands of farmers are growing small acre iirn of alfalfa, and beginning to re allzo the great value of this crop, the liny Cups Save their Cost In Protec- riculture. Persons engaged In outdoor activities, whether or not trained bird observers aro requested to with tho Ilurenu of Biological Survey, United States Department of by furnishing data to supplework that is ment the being conducted by 'tho bureau When nnyouo happens to capture a banded bird or to come upon one that has been hurt or killed it will be of great assistance to tho investigations of tho department to havo a report made of the facts by returning tho band (if tho bird is dead; otherwise the band should not bo removed but its num-bnoted) together with details as to when and whoro tho bird was found, and its kind, or at least its description. Tho aluminum bands Issued by tho Hiologlcal Survey carry tho abbreviation "Hlol. Surv." and a serial number on one side and "Wash., D. C." on other. Hut as other bands havo been used on a largo number of birds by various Individuals and Institutions, It would bo advisable for anyone finding a bird that carries a band not marked as above indicated, or of which tho address Is not clearly understood, to forward tho Information to tho Hiologlcal Survey, whoro every effort will be made to locato tho porson rosponslblo. The bands aro placed on tho bird's tar sus, tho bare portion of tho leg immediately abovo tho toes. Experts In bird work nrd using tho banding method to solvo a variety of Interesting problems relative to tho migrations nnd lifo histories of our nativo birds which aro thus from tho aspects of tho Individual birds. Some of tho moro Important questions that can bo solved by banding operations aro: How fast do tho Individuals of any species travel on tholr periodic migrations; that is, how many mllos per day will any ono bird average during theso Journoya and what is tho total time consumed In a trip? Does any ono flock continue in the vnu or Is tho advance made by successive flocks passing ono over tho other in nltomato periods of rest J and flight? Do migrating birds mako the same s overy year to feed? . How long do birds romain in ono locality during tho migration, the breeding, or tho winter seasons? Do birds adopt tho same nesting area, nest sito and winter quarters during succsslve seasons? For how many broods will one pair remain mated, and which bird If not Agrl-culturo blrd-bandlor ' stop-over- CASTOR En Always bears Signature of If A For Infants and Children Use For Over 30 Years the &k ONE MAN FIGHTS 200 POLICE Two policemen aro dead and several others Injured as tho result of nn nttompt by tho Toledo police to capture James Kelley, a radical and anarchist. When Kolley's bullets were nearly gone ho killed himself. Kelley had refused to pay his board 'bill nnd when tho landlady called the police thoy woro mot with gunfire. Two and firo hoso were used by tho besiegers but without result. Tho roof of tho house was partly shot away in the fight. Kelley had a largo supply of ammunition, and had talked of "starting a war." m In ovory homo whore thero is a baby thero should also bo a bottle of Baby Elixir. It may bo McGoo's needed at any tlmo to correct sour . stomach, wind colic, dlurrhoa or sum- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. mer complaint. It is a wholesome romody, contains no opium, morphine Ohlo Circuit Court. or injurious drug of any kind. Prico E. G. Annls, Plaintiff. ' . vs. Notice of salo. 35c nnd COc per bottle. Sold by Macy and Mrs. Claud Macy, m Claud Ohio County Drug Co. Defendants. w Hy virtue of a Judgment and orPRESIDENT'S "COUSIN" . der of salo of tho Ohio Circuit court (JETS FIFTEEN MONTHS entered in tho above styled action at Its May term, 1921, directing mo as Evorett Harding, who claimed to commissioner of said court to Bell tho for horolnnftor described property, bo President Harding's cousin, has tho purpose of paying tho judgment been sentenced to 15 montliB in Lea- of tho plaintiff against tho defendants venworth prison for Impersonating a in the sum of $1545.00, with Intorcst cent per rate of fodornl offlcor. Tho case was heard thereon at thoJanuary 6 por1920 and annum from 1st, by Judgo Landis. Harding had all costs of this action and tho cost a Chicago man a plnco on n of this salo, I will offor for sale at mngazluo to which ho claimed tho public outcry to tho hlghost and best tho court Prosldent was to contribute. Ho got bidder at Kentucky onhouse door in Monday, July tills man at various Hartford at about tho hour of 12:30 monoy from 4, 1921,' times. Harding also took a party to o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six tho Inauguration in a special enr and months, the following described prop-ort- y or so much thereof as is paid for tho car with a bogus check for almost $2000. "Cousin Everett" Two tracts of land near Cromwell, swore he had been assured by Georgo Ohio County Ky., bounded as folHarvey, now ambassador to England, lows: Beginning at a stono on sldo of aud others that ho was to be assist- Morgantown and Hartford road corant secretary to the president. ner to Loa KItchea lot; thence N. 23 ed MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. E. 2G poles to a stone; thence N. W. poles to a gum; thence S. 55 161 E. 11 poles to a stone; thence S. 25 Ohio Circuit Court. W. lGl?i poles to a stake, N. 70 W. Enuna Ray, et al., Plaintiffs. G poles S. 24 W. 28 poles to Vs. Notice of Salo. said road; thence with said road 70 W. 30 poles to the beginning, conFlosslo T. Brey Westerfield, et taining 40 acres, mora or less. al., Defendants. Second tract, adjoining tho above Dy vlrtuo of a Judgment and order of salo directed to me in tho described and beginning at W. Angles above styled action ,at the May term gantown and Hartford road 69 or tne saiu coun uireciing me 10 sun 129 N. 29 tho hereinafter described real estate, 'yards to a stake; thence Miller'sE.line; for tho purpose of paying the co3ts of yards to a stake D. A. Miller's lino S. 71 tho above styled action together with 'thence with said to a stake yards W. 69 the costs of this salo and dividing Anglo's line; thence with said in said Angle's the remninder of tho proceeds among yards to the beginning, contfioso entitled thereto, I will offer line 29 for salo at public outcry to tho high- I taining 4 acres more or less. Tho purchaser will he required to est and best bidder at tho Court House door In Hartford, Ky on Mon- execute his bond immediately after by day, July 4th, 1921, it being the sale, with security to bo approved six in first day of tho regular July term of the commissioner, payable tho Ohio circuit court, at" about the months, bearing interest at the rate hour of twelve thirty o'clock P. M. of 6 per cent per annum from date on a credit of sis and twelve months, until paid. Said bond to have tho A tho following described real estate, force and effect of a judgment. sold lying and being in Ohio County, Ky., lien will be retained on tho land on tho waters of Panther Creek and to further secure tho payment of said bond. bounded and described as follows: Given under my hand this the 13th On tho east by the lands of Frank Ward; on the south by the lands of day of June 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. Ed Massio; on tho west by tho lands D. D. Rhoads, Attorney. of tho heirs of Forrest Smith and on tho north by tho lands of Frank ANTS THREATEN BUILDING Ward, being the samo land allotted to Jno. and Francis Russellburg, in tho division of tho lands of Jas. Ward, Tho $100,000 exchange building deceased and containing 100 acres at the Wichita, Kans., stockyards Is more or less." The purchaser will be required to threatened with destruction by hordes oxecuto bonds immediately after of ants which experts say havo come salo, payable In equal installments in America. Tho six and twelve months and bearing from Australia or South interest at tho rate of G per cent per wooden structure Is slowly being oat- annum from date until paid, with security to be approved by tho commissioner. Said bonds to' have the force and effect of a judgment and a len will be retained on tho land sold to further secure tho payment of said bonds. Given under my hand this tho 13th day of June, 1921. 01 TO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. C. A. D. Kirk, Attorney. G I en up by theso insects and they havo filled the timbers with minute tunnels as far as tho second story. Oak lumber stored upder the building' has been practically consumed and it Is only a matter of time until tho exchange building is doomed. Fly paper placed in their path did not stop them as they built a dirt road over It and kept on their work. Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea. Remedy. This medicine always wins tho good opinion if not the praise of those who use it. ' Try it when you havo need m of such a remedy. GERMAN SHIP IS NAMED "HARDING" Tho former German liner Kaiser Wllhelm II, later known as tho Agamemnon, and which did heavy transport duty during the war, has been renamed "President Harding" by owners, the U. S. Mall Steamship Co. Eighteen girls In the Central Grove community, Ohio county, havo becomo charter members of a Junior agricultural club, organized by County Agent M. L. McCracken. Two local leaden havo been appointed tov help carry on tho work of tho new club. ... m IE "010 REUABL E" THEOFORO'S BLACMfHT Black-DraugJ-it WHite Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Co and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thcdford's Came and Stayed. In recommending Thed-ford- 's feeling alter meals. Sour stomach and and sick headache can be relieved by taking ht to her friends It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F- - Parks, a lady, said: "I am ssisis the liver In throwing off ImpuriJackson County ht, celling up In years; my head Is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend and do, to my friends and white. I have seen medicines and reme- Dulton, Ala. Black-Draug- well-kno- Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." ht Is a standThedford's came and stayed. I am talking of ard household remedy with a record ot a liver medicine we have used for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work. Black-Draught, Black-Draug- "Black-Draug- ht will relieve Indigestion to help cleanse the system of Impurities. Black-Draug- and constipation if taken right, and I know Try for ! tried It. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. At all druggists. wtr found lot Vr Ui uncomfortable Insist upon Thcd- as HASH HALL BRIEFS. mountain. Roso Dnrnott, who llvoa THREE IN STORK'S WRECK near tho Stato line, aald alio waa The Hoelne team lost another good awakened before dnwn laat Tuesday When game to Uoh Koy Saturday, tho scoro Memphis, .luno 29. Tho Intolll-fci-n- morning by reports of alioM ahe .waa bring 11 to 7. Those teams moet of a collie In credited with ihe went to Investigate saving from serious Injury, If not halted by aoveral men and told she again tomorrow. ciatli, the three occupants ot the would be killed If alio revealed anyBeaver Dam hnmiod Rob Roy a store of Squlrp K. 15. Jeter at Locke, thing. John Duesoll, Parla Martin and good drubbing on tho local diamond this county, yoatordny when It was demolished Iiy n hoavy wind during James Harroll have boon arretted and Sunday, the score being 8 to 0. Ilea- -' the rain. Squlro Joter la n momher placed In Jail at Mlddlesboro, Ky., vor Dam had Logunsport's loft handKatherlno Douglas la held in the ed on the mound for them and Peyof the county court and a represenTho amount paid ont by the railroads on account of loss and damage to freight represents an tative from Shelby In the Legislature. Plnevlllo Jail. Preliminary hearings ton and Leach did the twirling for economic wasto bunlonaome alike to the railroads nnd the public. Thpt thte tfnato la aubatantl.il Is Leach performed like a All of tho Rob Roy. Mies Martha Jeter 15 yours old; will he hold tomorrow. shown by tit following ntoerd of the loss and damage payments tnailo by Claw I roads: V L. Ilnrrum and a negro man wero suspects dony knowlcdgo ot tho crime. veteran, yielding but n few hits nnd Authorities bellovo that Sasser'3 not allowing an earned run. Had In tho store at tho tlmo of tho storm. .' 9 2:i,:i ui.wtr, hh team given him the proper supTho dog took tho girl's skirt in his slayers started to drive back to UM7 :W,ll7l,T,-- 7 to place tho body on a rail port thero might have been a differinnuth and pulled her' Into n corner ",.H.-,2,71'H ....'. sensroad track, but the automobile broke ent story. of the building. Tho two men, ,0' ing that tho dog had snmo reason for down. ,,,-' ,) , toi,:i!H,!:to Tho McIIenry second team met debis action, quickly followed. Hardly feat at the hands ot tho Provo second CLEAR run. h d all reached tho corner of tho Tho Illinois Central System has homo Its share of tho economic waste on account of loss nnd Miss Cora Leisure of Owcnsboro, team Saturday, Matthews, McIIcnry's building whn tho wind struck It and damage to freight, as will bo seen by examining these figures. piactically demolished the building a Is visiting relatives hero and at premier port sider, twirled n good game. Tho scoro was S to 6 and the frame structure. Tho roof fell over Hartford for a few weeks. ,HH 5 0",2: Mr. and Sirs. P. H. McPall and gamo went 11 innings. the forward portion of the building ,,M" 1,077,720 Hockport, Ind., rewhero all wero standing when tho four children of ' Rock-po- rt Tho McIIenry Majesties go to dog dragged the girl Into tho corner. turned homo Sunday, nfter visiting 1011) l!,2H,U.-- 0 Saturday in an attempt to scalp Miss Jeter is a daughter of Squire eovcral days with Mr. and Mrs. C. V. 1,- ,L',7ir,,(HI! tho boys from Green River. Tho Ilea- Trogdon. JUer. Tile foregoing figures show how tho problem of loss nnd damage to freight baa got out of hand Tho following from this place at- ver Dam team goe3 to Caneyvlle None sustained a scratch and their Tho Illinois Central System. In comSion with other railroads, is making a determined c cape. is regarded as entirely due to tended church at Harnett's Creek Saturday and to Island Station Sun- effort to reduce the dog'3 action. Several negro cab- - Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. James Kirk, day. We won't say about the Mc- this drain upon its revenues. In this wo need tho painstaking of shippers nnd conrt game, but wo hope iiib In that vicinity also wero blown Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hoagland, Mr. and signees. Wo therefore, earnestly requost that all shippers and tt thnt Boavor Dam turns in fwo good receivers of f might Mrs. Jesse Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. with down, hut no one was Injured. us to make this movement a success. Park, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Trog- victories. Always a pet. Squire Jetor stated la-- t night that thoro Is not enough don and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. During May. 1021, GS per cent of tho amount paid out for loss and damgo to freight on the Tho local team plays Masonvllle money in tho world to buy the dog Eula Henning. They report a splenIllinois Central System was on carload sh icnts. We requost carload shipper to Insist upon being here Saturday and the fast Hockport instructive service. did and now . provided with cars suitable for the particular kind of freight they desire to ship Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson viaited team Monday. From all Indications Another peculiar instance) of the and to seo that Mr. and Mrs. Nat Condlt nc?r Hcflln both of these games will be fast. The are proporly braced and stowed In cars to prevent damage b shifting. storm was tho sand storm ovor tho Hockport team Is said to have t lie Sunday d Saturday and Mississippi Kivor which was We requost shippers of freight to comply with the rules and specifications of fastest battery In the county In the by many in the federal buildthe Consolidated Classification Committee appointed by the Interstate Commorco personages of two ministers and the BARXETTS CREEK. ing and occupants of offices In tall Commission by selecting substantial containers In which to pack their goods for shipment, A hard rain fell heie Tuesday Daviess county boys are coming load-- i buildings with a view of the river. so that packages may not ed for bear. Murphreo or Foreman The sand was blown from one of night. It was badly needed. be crushed and contonts damaged when loaded Into cars with othor freight. We request them to will bo on tho mound Saturday for Rev. Birch Shields filled his regu tho bars or Islands in tho river just mark their packages plainly as to name of consignee ami destination, removing all old marks that may above the city. It streamed down lar appointment at this place Satur- tho locals, and Bozarth will work appear on packages, and to furnish legible billing orders, so that billing may Monday, Bell will do the receiving indicato clearly tho tile river like a cloud of smoke and day and Sunday. nam of consignee and destination. Wo also request thorn to dell vor their goods at freight depots r.t first watchers thought that a fire Mr. and Mrs. Hupcrt Dennett and for both games. early in tho day to avoid hurried loading and billing. govern- children, and Mr. and Mrs. Dud Danwas responsible or that the The colored second team from Haiment engineers bad resumed blast- iel, of Heda, attended church hero Tho president of a largo wholesale houso on tho Hues of the Illinois Central System was ti played the colored boys at Calhoun ing operations on tho point just above Sunday. told by one of our agents that many packages wore being sent back to his houp on account Stewart Saturday and were defeated by the Mr. and Mrs. Chester the city. The sand completely curof Improper packing and addressing. He expressed groat surprise and immediately called In his shipping clerk to ask tained off the view toward the Hope-fiel- d are the parents of a baby girl, born score of 19 to 13. The first team will tie up with the Black Giants from shore and up tho river toward Friday night. him. In the presence of our agont. how many pack-igewero boing roturnod from tho Illinois Central Graham, Sunday. The Graham team Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yates of Mound City. System daily. The shipping clerk replied: "1 cannot tell you exactly, but a good many." As a result have been visiting Mrs. is the fastest colored team in WestNot until the heavy rain had preof this interview, the necessary corrective monbiiros wero Immediately applied. vailed for some time was the sand Yates' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. ern Kentucky and they will make the Haiti boys show more stuff than storm dispelled. It was ono ot tho Brooks, this week. Wo request receivers of freight to observe tho character of containers used by shippers and the mo-- t Mr. Onis Wade, wife and children, they havo yet had to show. unusual sights witnessed on the manner in which goods arc packed, crated and marked, particularly when goods aro not received ot Concord, visited Mr. Wade's mothriver in years. In good order, and to make those facts known to the shippers, appealing FOR SALE. 3- to thorn to use good container, Mrs. Cloah Wade, from Friday ers on the ground that defectivo goods and dolaycd transportation service cause them a loss 4 acres of ground with good ImNOTICE. until Sunday. of trade to Hartford. We albo request receivers of freight to notify our representative promptly of any Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mosley and lit- provements, adjacent concealed loss or 51t4 Notice is hereby given that tho tle son ot Bufontt attended church See CAL P. KEOWN. damage to their shipments, In order that Immediate Investigation may bo made. Some receivers of Louibville, Henderson and St. Louis' here Sunday and dined with Mr. and freight neglect to do this for days, and cvon weeks, after bhlpnicnta have been received, rendering it CHILD , ACCIDENTALLY Hallway Company is expecting to Mrs. Lou Hoover. difficult for the proper Inspection and investigation to bo made. This militates against good service HANGS HIMSELF COASTING make a fill at Its trestle In tho town HALJv AT "KVKXINH DRESS" of Fordsvillo, Ohio County, KentucOur purpose in presenting this problem to qur patrons is to enable us to render a better service Covington, Ky., June 28. Walter ky, where said trestlo crosses one by eliminating delay in tho delivery of froight in good condition, and to assist In reducing tho cost Birmingham, Ala., June 28. Fol- Wheeler, son of Harry of the streets of said town, which is of transportation. By no means do we claim that all of the trouble Is due to lack of caro on the part at the Wheeler, Crescent Springs, Ky., acjoind by a public county road. The lowing a heated discussion of shlppeis and consignees. We are doinB every thing within our power to correct abuses for which railway company will provide an op- weekly meeting regarding whether cidentally was hanged today while wo arc responsible. Wo are putting forth our best efforts to render a service of By Club coasting down a slight grade in the en drive way 12 feet wide and 13 members of the Community working closely with shippers and receivers of freight, we bellovo it possible to bring satisfaction tho troublesomo banquet yard of his home. Stretched across feet high thru said fill. Tho bal- should attend the annual question of loss and damage under control, to tho great advantage of shippers and receivers of frelrht ance of tho fill will be solid. On 'the August 2G In full dress, or not, It the yard was a clothesline supporting as well as to this railroad. evening a rug. Dangling from the line was flrbt day of the July term of tho was finally decided that Constructive criticism and suggestions are Invited Ohio County Court an application clothes should be worn it being de a stout rope with several links of membership chain attached. It is believed as the will be filed for an order of court creed that tho entlro C. If. MARKIIAM, . directing that said work may bo done should attend In silk pajamas. In boy coasted under the clothesline he President Illinois Central System. so far as the county may be concern- view of the fact that a number of struck the rug with such force as ed in the effect if any 'that such fill meetings aro to be held before the to cause the weighted rope to whip IinBffTTTfiTWaWmi may have upon the traveling public annual event, and some are dubious around and wrap itself about his over tho proposition, it is at least pos- neck, lifting him from tho coaster coming from tho county road aforesible that an epidemic of "cold feet" and causing strangulation. four, lord president of the council; said into tho street mentioned. o Lord Curzon, Winston Spencer ChurLOUISVILLE HENDERSON & ST. may break out among tho members chill, secretary for tho colonies; Lord LOUIS RAILWAY CO. 52t2 of tho club, despite tho fact that the MAY DEFER RENEWING ANGLO-JAmotion to wear strictly "ovenlng TREATY Lee, Sir Laming Worthlngton- - EvBy J. It. Sklllman, Gen. Counsel. dross" was unanimously carried. a- ans and Frederick E. Gdest, repreOe London, Juno 28. The subject senting the admiralty, the war office JAILER HALTS WEDDING NOM I NAT E I X I ) I A N I A N of the alliance was and the minibtry service rot;iectlvely. AH) TO COMPTROLLER taken up today by tho Imperial conPremier Lloyd George presided. Birmingham, Ala., Juno 28. A ference, Lord Curzon, secretary for Tho foreign secretary was followjailer took tho placo of tho minister Washington, June 28. Lurton H. foreign affairs, explaining in a lu- ed by Mr. Balfour, who approached just before tho marriage of George Ginn, of Indiana, was nominated by cid manner all the aspects of tho al- tho subject from the standpoint of G Johnson, salesman for a local elecHauling today to bo liance. Ho showed no tendency to his position as repiesentatlve of tho tric. 1 supply house, when he faced Presidentconiptrollcr-gcnoraof the Influence premiers of tho overseas league of l nations and thereforo laid tho prison Instead of tho altar, bebut stress upon tho necessity of bringing placed under arrest on u charge United States under the provision ot dominions in either direction, tho now budget law. confined himself to giving tho facts, ing the alliance into lino with tho of embezzlement Just an hour befoie c political and othorwiae, needful for league requirements, rather than in- the ceremony was to have been perTAFFY. a full appreciation of the position as sisting upon any special British In bride-to-bformed. Ills Miss EthSeveral from here attended tho It exists today. tercst or emphasizing its Imperial asel Li.vis.on, 17, in her wedding gown, funeral ot Mrs. Maty E Kelley at Among those who atended the pect. Mr. Balfour is also chairman Vie: ded pitifully that he might bo Antlo-- h Monday afternoon morning session were J. i ten of the defense committee and dealt in order that tho ceremony Mr Gilbert llalrd has returned to Chamberlain, government leader In with the subject also from that could be porf nrmed, but the law said his home at Hcflln for a few days. tho House of Commons; A. J. lial- no At the time of his arrest John-fri- :i Messrs. W. C. and E. C. Funk are had the marrlags license In his sawing now near Palo. I pctki ;. Ho is charged with having Clarence Patton and wlfo visited rut h i!'K bold vacuum cloanora and C. M. Patton and Mrs. Patton Sunf. "1 tig to turn In tho collections. day. J. A. Raymond and wife spent NOTICE CREAM PRODUCERS. Sunday with Robert Kolth and famTMHi SAVES Kim Mail ce Illinois Central System Makes an Appeal ' I to Shippers and Consignees '! Ten-ncas- co 07 -1 l,ii.-,:s,7- I Henry-Rockpo- Em-mo- wlt-r.be- ' s ... .. P -- Anglo-Japane- o. I ily. Mi 1 Mr. W. II. Dulse la now our agont Hartford and will bo glad to servo von Try selling your cream the Stui- Way. 52t2 SUNLIGHT CKAMBRIKS, A. FJHLD, Manager, Oweiisboro, Ky. Dlv. KI.AITCKIAX I.CHKlf" TO DEATH IIY GIRL a, 'loxvllla, Twin., June 2S. A wo-lu ww used by slayers of Hoy Sunung Kcnturklau, to lure him nto the mountains where ho wag 1 -. r. ! v,ih In n ''d of $2,000 and titan riddled bullvts, la the theory of otfieer o.i.er'H body was found In a ra- near Cumberland Gap, Tann., Wednesday. Officers have testimony which feuds thorn to believe was outlcod from Cumberland S. G p, tvhoro ho was working, to the l,'u-'kside of the Cumbor'.ind 1. 't Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owon attendat Mt. Morlah Sunday and dined with Mr. and Mib. Ira 1). Funk Rev. Karl Rayburn, of Elkton, proached at Mt. Moriah Saturday night and will also prouch Wodnes day night. Seth Hhoadoa and wife and Misses Tholnia and Conna Patton visited near Philpot Saturday night. James A. Kirk and wife attended church at .Harnett's Creek Sunday Mr. Flora Stewart, was called to the bedside of her brother Munln Ualrd, ot Hoonevillo, Ind., Inst Mr. llalrd had i(uderKonp an ojwruilon fur appendicitis. Later returns are that he is doing nlcoly. Kuauoe llalrd dull vor ed a load of lambs in Owonaboro Tuesday. Quite a number of moil are busy trlng to gat u brldgo orectod at Haifa Ford as It would bo of so much help to every one in tltla con -i ut.ily ed church Sat-uidu- y. let this n to Tfou! ("IVrEn jljineyaur i.M.nr rrfr mkes with iiww ffiau&e&&fr "OTSlOTnsO ftjcv . . XSteMf Tho long blue CUPOLA chimney lnsuros perfect combustion under nil conditions tho boat lu clean and Intense. Tho flame conioa to full flamo Immediately and Is uudor Instant control; always plainly visible through tho mica window. Thoro are no parts that can burn out bocauso tho flamo Is froo and nono of tho burner pnits aro subjeot to tho hoat ot tho flame. The burners aro brnss and tho patonted corrugated wlck-tiib- o prevents, tho wick from sticking In tho burner. The wick Is automatically kopt treo and clean. A demonstration of 'tho "QUICK MEAL" OIL STOVE with CUPOLA BURNERS will convince you of tho superiority of those foaturos which combined with tho excollont workmanship and nttrnc-tlv- o appearance of tho Btovo will piovo to you that no othor will satisfy. LOOK FOR THE CUPOLA BURNER Jin tfmirMteM?k li-- JJj HARTFORD MOTOR CO., HARTFORD, KY. J. D. WILLIAMS & Sons BEAVER DAM, KY. noth Telephones