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Subscription $1.50 per YuY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1921. NUMBER 2 requiring their atr.gainnt our boys. Tho gamo resulted OWENSBORO HIT tention, " said Secrotary of tho Navy HARDING USES PEN; CIBCUIT COURT In n tie, BY WIND AND RAIN pleased. both teams seemed well Denhy, today. WAR ENDS AT LAST "Tho gunboats havo their orders , ON R. R. WAGE CUTS Mrs. Mnmlo Smith of Horton. vis IN WARM liillNIi to stntlon themselves outsldo tho Business District .Swept Ily Water ited her parento, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lmlen Onlo; Grand Theater throe mile limit nt Tamplco and there Leach, Sunday. nwalt developments," ho added. 'They Loses Most. .Mrs. Nella Thomson vlsltml hop 16 Labor Organizations And liavo full authority to take whatavor Signs Document In Living parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Alford, Short Session Held Monday; stops aro necessary for tho protection Room Of Senator J. S. Owonsboro, Ky., July 5. A wind Sunday, and went from hero Other Unions To Deto HartGrand Jury Is Find- of Amorlcan proporty. It Is simply and ralnEtorm of almo.it cyclonic ford Monday, tb attend tho Sinslng Frelinghuysen. cide The Issue. n precautionary monsura." proportions swept down on tho busi- Convention. . ing Work. "Thp commanding officers of theso ness district of Owensboro this af Mr. and Mrs. Tom Poach, of Ron-dships would havo no groat fftrccs at ternoon and did damage that will run Mines, visited Mrs. Annlo Earp ChlcpRo, July R. Tho membership thel rcominand for landing parties," Rarltan, if, J., July 2. Tho reso- Into the thousands of dollars. Tho Saturday and Surday. The July term of tho Ohio Circuit lution of Congress declaring war with storm broke at 3 o'clock of 1G r.illroml labor organizations, In- it was suggested to tho secretary. this afterThe revival mostlng being conduct- Court convened hero Monday with. Germany and Austrla-- angary at an noon and raged nearly Tin hour. cluding tho big four brotherhoods, "Not many," ho replied. "Thero ed at Salom, cloned Sunday, with Judge Slack on the bench and Con- wilt decide through a referonilum nro 173 men aboard tho Sacramento ond was signed liore iato today by Probably the greatest damage was twonty additions to tho " monwealths Attorney C. E. Smith. Church. Voto hy September 1, whotlicr to ac and 2GG aboard tho Clovcland, but President Harding. dono to tho Grand Theater, on the Mrs. It. T. Hoover of Hartford, vis County Attorney A. D. Kirk and. cept or reject tho 12 por cent wage they aro carrying four and flvo-Inc- h Tho President affixed his Mgna-tur- o river front, where half of tho roof to tho ineafcure! at 3 .10 p m., was carried away. -- The theater was ited hor mother and sictor, Mra. Cum-mln- Clerk A. C. Porter at tholr posts. reduction that wont Into effect on guns, wlikh could bo trained upon and Eastern standard time, at ,the homo flooded with water, tho beautiful Saturday. Mrs. E. Lang, Friday md Afterempanellng and instructing- - tho railroads throughout tho country July tlifi district In questions' grand Jury and disposing of a few Im, of Senator Joseph S. Fronnirhuvsen. fresco work in 1, It was .decided tonight by tho chief the domo being ruined, portant motions tho Court adjourned 'whoro ho is spending th'J week-en- d executives and 1.500 chairmen of tho IJOV FALLS UNDER IIAV ' tho plastering dropping to tho floor. MISS MOORE HOSTESS for tho day, nt noon. The following" So that thero might bo no organizations. BALER'S WHEELS, DIES The olect.-i- c organ In tho orchestra TO IILACK CAT CLU1J named citizens compose tho grand. dolay in consummation of thi pit, valued at $4,200, was practically Tho general chnlrmon decided that ( Jury: H. K,Minton, T. C. Dennis, of peace, tho reso- ruined. stale they could not assume responsibility Ellzabethtpwn, Ky., July 5. rJcsso The Black Cat Club was entertain- John W. Smiley, W. J. Bean, P. B. Irwin, 9, was Instantly killed on lution was brought hero by special for tho wago reduction that was A part of tho roof of the Rudd ed by Miss Elizabeth Moore at her Taylor, A. B. Miller, Gid Heflln, Fred' by tho railroad lnbor board. A hay inosbonger from Washington, where Hotel was blown off and somo dam-ag- o homo on ho street hero this afternoon. Union Street last Saturday Miller, Isaac Shown. T. L. Anderson, it had been given final congressional K II Fitzgerald, president of tho baler drawn by a tractor, wa3 passwafi done by tho rain. Lightning In honor of her guests C. R. Ashby. J. M. Le.icii pu yesterday. The messen- struclc tho bicyclo store of Frank aiternoon, llrothorliood of Hallway nnd steam- ing nnd ho and two other boys had appiovnl Misses and Eunice Taylor was excused from service on. ship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Ex- got on tho baler to ride, but we;o ger left for tho capltol tonlgh- to com- Rlchwlne, on Main street,' and carried Shultz, of Narrows. After playing Tuesday and Squire B. F. Rico sumpress and Station Employes, said that mado to get off by tho driver. The plete tho formalities of the declara- away a part of tho front' wall. , A a nilmber of games of progressive moned In his stead. W. J. Bean "nothing can bo expected . of the Irwin hoy, unobserved by the driver, tion by depositing the document in rear 'wall of tho Owensboro Ditcher five hundred, delicious refreshments rnllrond employes Interested In the got back on and foil, tho wheels pass- tho archives of the Stato Department. & Grader Company plant was blown Woro served. At the hour of closing court WedThero was llttlo of the dramatic down. decision of tho labor board except to ing over hh head and neck. Tho driv-- e nesday evening 7 Indictments- had In tho actual ceremony of giving presresist to tho fullest extont tho reduc- er of tho tractor did not know tho A large plate-glas- s window In the been returned against Roy nines: 5 tion of rates of pay and tho propose! boy had been killed until ho had driv- idential approval to tho measure. Re- Central Trust Company Building at SINGING CONVENTION turning hero from a luncheon and Fourth and Fredorica streets was abrogation of certain favorablo work en somo distance and was stopped by LARGELY ATTENDED for selling liquor, 1 for having liquor in possession for sale and 1 for ing conditions." onlookers and told of .the accident. golf game nt the Somervlllo Hill blown out, ami Robort "Wickllffe, tho transporting liquor. 'Trial of the acboy Is survived by his parents, Country Club, tho PYesIdent found Janitor was cut on tho head and Organizations represented at tho Tho The Singing Convention held at the conferenco tonight at which tho de- Mr. and Mrs. Jcsso Irwin, and a tho White Houso messenger, E. W. hands by the flying gla33. A plate-glas- s Fair Grounds on the 4th, brought out cused has been set for next Wednesday, he having been previously arrestSmlthers, Waiting for him on the"ve-raud- a cisions to have a referendum voto brother, G years old. window was also blown out of tho largest crowd, perhaps, ever of tho Frelinghuysen home. o was mado fallow: Elijah Stoitl?r's jcwevly stdro on present at a meeting of like charac ed and In custody of tho Court. Tho potit Jury was empaneled. M Harding immediately put on Frcde'rlca street. s Brotherhood of Locomotive Enter, within tho County. Seven his noscglasses nnd, sitting In a porch gineers, Brotherhood of Locomotive MILLARD BAILEY SHOT Large trees in tho Third street choirs were present and participated Tuesday morning, mado up of tho following citizens: E. E. Tinsley, C. BrotherFiremen nnd Englncmcn, AT BEAVER DAM; DIES swing, 'examined tho official copy of school yard wore blown down; many in the program, which wa3 much C. Dennis, Jess King, S. H. Hodges, die resolution minutely. Tho signing beautiful shade trees in the residenhood of Ilnllway Trainmen, order of by all. Good order and good Railroad brotherhoods; Brotherhood fellowship was much in evidence thru Dennis Ashley, Georgo McFarland, "W. Millard Balloy, aged 18; was shot took j.lace at a small mahogany tnblo tial district wore also uprooted. 0. Ward, W. C. Keene, Scioto Hocker, o.'i Railroad Signalmen of America, through tho head by an unknown In the adjacent living room In tho Tho storm broke with such sud- out the day. B. L. Davis, W. C. Ashley'. G. J7 ' Railway and Steam party or partlcs.'nt Beavor Dam, last center of a distinguished group which denness taut It caught the Inquirer, Brotherhood of Tho Convention was called to orJ". T. Christian, hos-tf- f, Wedding, W. ship Clerks. Freight Hnndlors. Broth Saturday morning, shortly after 2 Included tho President, host and a boat plying between Owensboro der at 10 a. m by chairman Ozna J. W. Arnold, Noble C. Baird, Speaker Gillett, of tho House of and Rockport, Ind, in tho middle of Shults, followed by song by tho auof Railway Carmen of erhood o'clock, It Is thought as ho wan makca. International Alliance of Amalga- ing his cscapo from tho Beaver Dam Representatives; Senator Kellogg, of the Ohio River. The boat, carrying dience and prayer by tho Rev. W. J. S. S. Acton, J. W Rowe, J. H. Black, mated Sheet Motal Workers, Interna- Drug Co.'s Btoro, "thru a window Minnesota, a member of tho Senate twelve passengers was almost swamp- Miller. Minutes of previous conven- 1. C. Cox, E. L. Brooks, W. L. Hocker, Ollie Basham.'W. J. Maden, Q, M. tional Association of Machinists, In- which ho had broken out. Ho was Foreign Relations Committee; Sena- ed b tho waves. Life preservers tion were read and approved. The Association of Black- discovered lying on the sidowolk by tor Halo, of Maine, and other mem- were jsaued to the passengers, and Convention then organized by re- Benton and J. A. Bollng. ternational E King, R. O. Burgess, R. L. Tayparty. smiths, Drop Forgors and Helpers, In- parties aroused by tho shooting, of bers of tho week-en- d at one time a huge-- wave camo Into electing Ozna Shults Chairman and lor, J. W. Lamb, Ira Bozarth, J. J."' KiKiiiiiX Applauded. Brotherhood of Bollormn-ker- s, which thero wcro some four or five ternational the cabin and knocked the passengers ,L. B. Loney secretary. Seven choirs As the President's pen scratched from their soats to Iron Shipbuilders and Helpers chots, so It in stated. Young Bailey the floor of the reported ready to participate and Harrison and Dennis Ashley, were.of America, International Brother- was conveyed to tho homo of his out the final letters of his name one boat. It was with the greatest diffi- their leaders were appointed a com- oxcused from service and tho fol hood qf Electrical Workers, Interna- fnthcr, Granville Balloy, near Horse of the group remarked: culty that Pilot Bernle McDanlels fi mittee on program. They recom- lowing summoned to supply their places: J. T. Moorman, J. H. Cobb. "Well, that's that, Mr. President." nally reached the Owensboro dock. Brotherhood of Fireman and Branch, where ho died during the tional mended that each class should sing "Yes,' that's it," replied Mr. Hard Oilers, Order of Rnllrond Telegraph- afternoon following his wounding. The damage to telephone and elec- two songs In the forenoon and three Lon Owen, J. W. Duvall, J. C. Bennett ' and G. D. York. ers, Switchmen's Union of North Am-rlThe Identity of the party who did ing, with a broad smile, and the oth- tric light wires In Owensboro will In the afternoon with a solo, duet or A mandato of tho Court of Apand the' United Brotherhood of tho shooting is as yet unknown. Only ers respondod with a quick burst of amount to several thousand dollars. quartette Jf desired. The welcome of the ComMaintenance of Way Employes and ono of two theories Is perhaps, cor handclapplng as If the historic signa Many of the electric'llght circuits are address was delivered by Judge R. peals reversing the-ca- se monwealth vs. L. & N. R R. Co. was Railroad Shop Laborers. rect, that is that somebody on watch ture of tho occasion had borne in dark tonight on account of the.poles R. Wedding. fllcd.-All but tho big four brotherhoods for thieves did It, or that an alterca- upon him. being blown down. Scores of teleTho classes present wero as" fol No formal statement was made by phone poles carrying many The following cases have boon con- aro members of tho railway employes tion between tho slain man and a wires lows: Hartford G. J. Christian, leaddepartment of tho American Federa confederate arose and ho received the the President In connection with the wcro leveled to the ground. er; Mt. Hormon, J. F. Duke, leader; tinued: N. P. Romans vs. W. .K Mad- -' tion of Labor of which B. M. Jewell fatal wound as a result. Whichever affixing of his signature and the conWashington, J. E. Park, leader; Sul- dox; J. T. Carter vs. H. L. Tucker; Is president. , phur Springs, Wilbur Johnston, lead- Louisville Grocery Co.. vs Easley It may hnve been may nevor be known summation of tho first formal step KNOCKOUT WINS FOR Tho chief executives and gonornl by tho public. Ono or two other In the announced peace program of er; Llbsrty, Horace Taylor, leader; Raymer &c; H. J. Brown &c. vs. R. DEMPSEY IN FOURTH Independence, Eugene Hlbbs, leader; A. Bridges &c; T. W. Wallace vs. chairmen of the 1G organizations de houses In Beaver Dam wtore broken tho administration. With other paAmerican Railway Express Co.; Com- -' cided upon their united courso of ac-- J Into on tho night of tho shooting and pers of a routine character brought Williams Mines, Bert Lee, leader. tlon of tho goncral chairmen of tho at least one during tho night pre hero for his attention, tho President Fittlitlhn American Outclasses Vikv A patriotic song by Elsie Stevens monwoalth vsv Cletus Kesslner. The following cases were dismissed Frenchman In Every Stage Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen vious. In fact, thefts of the charac returned the peace resolution as soon and Mildred Tweddell, of Nocreek, Of Thr Bout. and Englnomen, Order of Railroad ter of which tho Bailey boy Is charg as it had been signed, then prepared was worthy of special mention. After settlod: United Manufacturing Co. vs. Conductors, Brotherhood of Railrpad ed, havo become so numerous that to resume his Interrupted holiday by all 6lnsses had rendered their two J. W. Burden. Mary ShlelA &c. vs, In tho Trainmen and tho Switchmen's Unl- - public sentiment would not support getting Into golf clothes for another "battle of tho cen first numbers the convention recessed Barney Warnell &c; Ho.vard Mose tury" at Jersey City Saturday, Jack J for dinner, following prayer by Rev, ly vs. Aaron Mosoly. on of North America had told tho oth- a prosecution, or even a very exten workout on the links. In signing tne resolution, the Pres Dompsey landed on tho challenger J. W. Shepherd. W. P. Render vs. Missouri Moline er organizations that tho plan was sive Investigation whoreln a culprit, tho ono which they would follow. a knight of tho small hours, broken ident used a pen sont to him for this from Franco and sent his "belt asThe Convention was called to order Plow Co., trial anil verdict for plft. in It was then announced that the windows and smashed locks meets purpose by Representative Porter, of pirations" on a downward flight 'in tor the afternoon session at 1:30 the sum of $1,080; Joe Goodman vs. other organizations would decide n with a violent end. As It Is general- Pennsylvania, chairman of tho House double quick- order. and one hour was devoted to quar- Frank Lake verdict for defendant, By' a continual bombardment, of tettes, duets and solos by members $14.95"; Bank of Fordsvllle vs. John tholr courso within 48 hours. The ly conceded that ono of these marau- Foreign Affairs Committee, and Joint ; general chairmen and chief executives ders would not hesitate-- to take life author of tho measure. Tho pen will blows over tho 'Frenchman's tody, of each class. After the classes had M Graham, set for Gth day of immediately wont Into session and to accomplish their purpose or to bo returned to Mr. Porter as a Dompsey paved the way for the rendered three more songs, each, the Herman Black vs. Thomas emerged within a few hourn with a make tholr escapei knockout blow in tfie final round. convention voted its thanks to Dr. L. Vance and Som Hoover vs. Thomas decision rbnehod. The first round was decidedly Demp-sey- 's B. Bean for his kindness shown, In Vance, consolidated and on trial nt MRS. CLARA E. MAY mround. In the second Dempsey tho free use of tho fair grounds etc. Press hour. $100,000 DAMAGE J,OT OP BLACKBERRIES layed off and let tho Frenchman Tho 'DONE BY STORM Mrs. Clara E. May, wife of Mr., S. hammer at him at will. Carpentler This was ono of the best,. if not! nntI tllePresent Is a two week'sin term IN ONE STORY! NEYT ses- Court will likely bo the best meeting- ever hold by the S. May, aged G9 years, 10 months succeeded In landing oil Dempsey in conventlon and the body Is deeply slon to the clpso of next week. Evnnsvlllo, tnd., July G. It Is es- and 5 days, died at her home on this round tho blow that knocked Joe appreciative and gratified at the kind Is auTUr. L. L. "Lib" Nowcom The exceedingly warm weather ot thority for tho statement that Mrs. timated that tho storm that visited Union Street, Sunday afternoon at 4 Beckett put in London last fall, but ness and generosity extended by the this' week has beon a severe test and havo tho southern part of Spencer Coun- o'clock, as a result of stomach trou- it did nothing more than stagger tho people of Hartford and vicinity, on quite disagreoable for every porsoa Newcom and her children, picked and delivered 218 gallons of ty betwoon Rockport, and Grandvlow, ble from, which she had been a Buf- - champion. Dempsey said after the u,ls occasion. The dinner and other connected with the Court. blackberries during tho present sea- Ind., last night did damage to tho fercr during the past several years. fight thnt he did not even remember arrangements were all that could' a Miss being struck son, that Is, they have marketed that extent of $100,000, Many fields of Mrs. May was originally SCRATCH OF NEEDLE have been desired. amount of berries, which does not wheat in tho shock and corn were Veach, and was born and reared 'In In tho third round Dompsey went FATAL TO WOJLy The Convention ndjourned to meet tnko Into consideration or account, dostroyed. Sovernl barns and build- Daviess County, who, with her fam- after the Frenchman to get him,-- and n It. lit......... . .!. ei. O. ..!.... i tho quantity worked Into Jolly, Jam, ings wero.destroyed by lightning and ily, moved to Hartford 3G years but for the gong would have had him. July 1921, following prayer by Rev. Blood poisonLouisville July 5 which tlmo they He had him grdggy ami against the John Hamilton. other dinnage done: Most of tho ago, olnco ing us tho result ot picking a plmplo cobblor'amf can, at homo. Wo doubt not tho ability of tho daniago was In a strip three miles havo continuously ,inade their home ropes. From the start ot the fourth OZNA SHULTS, Chairman, on hor Up with a ncedlo was tho cause good lady and children to perform wide and nhout ten miles long. Tele- in this vicinity. Besides her hus- Dempsey rushed Carpentler off his of the death of Mrs. Myrtle Smith, L. B. LONEY, Secretary. 47. widow of Fielding Smith, 201 this unusual feat, but somehow wo phone line's suffered and u go6d doal band sho Is survived by two daugh- feet. Continual blows over tho ATTEMPTED West Brcckenrldgo street, at 11 rather wish that Mrs. Newcom had of daniago was dono to trolley poles ters, Misses Suslo and Matilda, of Frenchman's body so weakened him and wires along tho Evnnsvllle & Hartford, and flvo sons, John of Port that a left on tho ohn floored him given ua the report at first hand. o'clock yoatotday morning nt tho Rockport traction lino. Many people Arthur, Tex; Georgo of Fltzgernl, and ho took the count for nine. He r A man by tho nanio of Likens ar Deaconcwa Hospital. wero shocked by lightning, but no Georgia; Marshall of Fort Worth, J struggled to his feet, gamo but worn rested by Sheriff Bratcher and lodged TWO V. S. GUNBOATS When an Infection set In nftorMrs. "ORDERED TO TAMIMCO doaths resulted, according to tho lat Tex.; A. B., ot Madlsouvillo, and to a frazzle. The champion landed a ."In Jail somo two weeks ago, ou a Smith was taktti to the hospital,. Dr. est reports from tho scene of the Harry L., of Hartford. Ictt it. the miLectlnn and tDhowed 1" charge of promiscuous shooting, at Clovoa Richardson performed an op- Washington, July 5. Two Unit- storm. Funeral sorvlces wero conducted with a smashing right on tho chin Mcllenry; or attempting to shoot, last oration Saturday, but tho 'infection nt tho homo, by Rev. Russoll Walk-o- r. which luld tho Frenchman ed Stateo gunboats tho Sacramonto on his Saturday morning as Jailor Tichenor sproad und caused her death. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ussisted by Rev. T. T. Frazfor, back, from which position tho fatal was sorvlng breakfast to his guests nd tho Cleveland, havo been ordered Sho Is survived by two sons,, Monday aftrnoou at 2;30, after ten counts wero tolled off. to Tamplco ns a precautionary meaIn the bastlle, made,a wild rush past and Price Smith. The body, will Our'offlco opened today, July 1st, which tho remains wero Interred in sure In tho event disorders develop. Tho Frervlimr. is u game flc'itor I tho Jailor and Into open territory, bo takoin to Charlestown, Ind., for purposo of assessing the prop- Oakwood Cemetery. ""Upon the strength of. Information tor tho but ho Is by no means In Dempbey's handed for Muddy bottoms. Tho burial. Mrs. May was a member cjf the jtasH. furnished us by tho State Department erty of tho County, You will plenso alarm was given and a merry chaso regarding conditions resulting from furnish us with a complete list of all Hartford Baptist Church, quiet nnd ensued. Tho would-b- e FOR SALE. freeman wus ROSI.NE captured in tho outskirts of town by tho suspension of the shipments of of your taxablo proporty, valued nt unassuming, a faithful ami devoted wlfo and mother, much loved und 4 acres of ground with good imoil and tho consequont unemployment 100 per cent Sheriff Bratcher and others who joinYours Respectfully, by hor neighbors respected and i t I.4...1 l.nll bii"o ....... ..t....A.l !.- - ed In the chaso, and restored to his provements, adjacent to Hartford. uu uliii n... hub I'lU C'U ilCIC the Navy Department has sonr two D. E. WARD, Tar Com'r. ' friends. ' the fourth of July. The Olaton' boys place ot abode. Seo CAL P. KEOWN. gunboats thero to bo ready for pos,- 5it4 or H loim-ue'orror-dorEula-Woosloy ca up-Mthe-term-C1KT-AWA- Y at A 75,000 men would resign under this COMPENSATION PAID order hut added It was his belief that ON SOLDIER CLAIMS not more than 20,000 would apply. General Pershing said that InquiThe Govornmont has to lato ,of ries had been received from more Juno : 7, ninde n total disbursement than 40,000 persons relative to adtraining of 226,4S6,S91.34 In mooting both mission to tho citizens' the compensation claims of former camps this summer. e by reason of Borvlee men disabled COMET (?) BLOCKS TRAFFIC wounds, Injuries or disease Incurred In tlio world war, and the doatji Thousands of Now Yorkers crowdclaim of the dependents of those who innde tho supreme sacrifice, ac- ed the streets and hold up traffic for cording to an announcement of Direc- an hour while they gazed heaventor C. It. Forbes, of tho Bureau of ward and strained to see tho "comet." "It looks like War Risk Insurance. Tho disbursements for disability havo aggregated a small whlto balloon only with n $192, 677,589. 4S and tho death dis- short tall," some said, and felt very suporlor. However, tho weather bubursements $33,809,301.86. tho month of May alone tho reau says it was all Imagination, or For total nmount disbursed by the Uureau might have been a toy balloon; or possibly it was Venus which Is esfor compensation purposes was ' pecially bright now and could be the monthly payments on disability compensation claims for seen by daylight from New York, thnt period amounting to $9,145,288 whoro tho high buildings shado the and the monthly payments to tho de- oyes llko seeing stars In the daypendents of deceased soldiers amount- time from tho bottom of a well. m ing to $1,430,128. Detwccn June 1 ABAXDONED AMUXDSEX SHIP nnd Juno 15 tho Uureau mailed 221,- C12 checks to cover this disbursement After nearly three years In the to former service men. Tho increase in the number of Arctic regions trying to reach the claims filed with the Bureau has ex- north polo Capt. Ronald Amundsen, The number the discoverer of the south pole, was ceeded any estimate. of claims filed from the inception of rescued and brought to Nome, Alasthe Uureau to May1919 was 209,700 ka, by fur trading vessel. He enter-a- d an ice pack la'st August with his while on June 1, 1921, the number in 'fllo was 631,980 showing an In- ahlp Maud, hoping to drift to the crease during that period of 422,280. polo. The shtyi finally lost Its rudTho number of awards, for death and der In the Jam and tho explorer with disability for the first period was 41,' his crew abandoned tho boat. They 073; tho number of awards at the wore hardly able to bring enough end of the second period was 323,-41- food to last them on their way back an Increase during the second to civilization, and they faced death period of 2S2.342. For tho first many times In the rough Journey. period tho ratio was one claim pond- Amundsen asked tho Norwegian goving. to cyery two filed. For the sec- ernment ,for 300,000 kroner to refit ond period, the ratio was one claim tho Maud and the sum was immediately promised. ponding to every eight claims filed. Pons-Wlnncc6, AMERICAN LEGION NOTES A national fund for the erection af a memorial to F. W. Galbrnltn Jr., lato commander of the American Legion, has been started by uuinewood Post of Philadelphia. A check coving tho first contribution :o tho itind hns been forwardtd to tho national headquarters of the Legion at comIndianapolis. Tho Legion mittee of momorlals of which T Sem-mWalmsloy, of Now Orleans, is chairman, has not yet announced a plan for a memorial. fr. m es Members of tho Kings County Now York American Legion posts will visit tho gravo of Col. Theodore Rooao-ve- lt at Oyster Bay July 4, to deposit a memorial wreath and conduct h brief service. An American Legion homo to cost $125,000 will be erected this summer at Tho Dalles, Ore. Prince Albert's a new note in the joys of rolling 'em! your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that Prince Albert tobacco has 'em all lashed to the mast! You've got a coming your direction when you pal it with P. A. and the makin's papers ! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in itsrefreshingaroma,but our exclusive patented pro'cess frees it from bite and parch! handful-of-happiness i Members of tho St. Charles, Mis- souri, post of Uio American Legion held a. "hammer and saw" meeting at which 'a portable cTance floor wns erected in four hours. Members of tho locnl labor unions donated their services In1 assisting the Legion in tho construction of the floor. Tho American Legion's bonus legislation for service men of Oregon was sustained by a three to one vote In a recent referendum. It provides for tho payment of $15 for each month of service. a A movement has been started by number of posts of the American Talking about rolling 5, the old buddy-smok- e Legion to have the body of the unthat ever found its soldier, to be known American way into a pipe or cigarette ! brought back from France, burled under the dome of tho National capl-tInstead of In Arlington National HOSINE Lo.s of Appetite. Cemetery. The George Washington As a general ruin there. Is nothing Mr. Hobert Wallace and family, post has appointed n committeo to serious about a loss of appetite, and formulate and have Introduced in if you skip a meal or only eat two Mr. Truman Farri3 ajid family ar- Congress n resolution changing the Copyright I....I rived hero Sunday from Hull, Texas, ky K, J. Reynolds meals a day for a few days you will place of burial. ' Tobacco Co. Winiton-Salcasoon havo a relish for your meals to spend sumo time with relatives. the national joy smoke N.C. Mr. and Mr3. Pete Napier aro the when meal time comes. Bear In mind Membors of tho American Region parents of a fine baby boy. that at least five hours should always Mr. J. W. Bradley bought property in Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida elapse between meals so as to glvo have been notified that their efforts say that a. fear is growing among Am- lar go immediately for tho relief of the food ample time to digest and the from Mr. Bill Autry in Roslne, re- to exclude a colony of Mennonltes KENTUCKY FARMRES ericans that Japan designs tbo cently. They tho stomach a period of rest before a SEEING THEIR NEEDS the Philippines, nndhasthey want on gift beneficiaries. bricks recalled city to Mrs. Bertha Moore is visiting her from those states have been successof a million to tho second meal Is taken. Then If you ful. The Mennonltes are going to co'mbat this beller. It Is expected of Rhoims by n Scandinavian town eat no more than you crave and take aunt, Mrs. Elizie Pierce. .Mexico. Members of the legion opMrs. Eva York and husband visitIndications that tho farmers of that Snburo Shlmada, a distinguished when tho manyor was served with the a reasonable amount of outdoor exposed the settlement of the Kentucky are awakening to tho Im- member of tho Jauaneso parliament, customs tax bill of 75,000 trails, orcise every day you will not need to ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John because they evaded military portance of the livestock production will bo persuaded to come. Pierce Sunday. which had to be paid before the worry about your appetite. When the mm Mr. Horose Johnson, of Evansvllle, service on religious , grounds. "martyred city" could rccelvo tho already are apparent declares Prof. logs of appetite 13 caused by constiSummer Compliiiii In Children. donation. visited hi3 parents this week. Richard Miller of the University of pation ns is often tho case, that There is not anything like so many The meeting is still going on at POLES STRANDED AT ANTWERP Kentucky College of Agriculture, an should bo corrected at once. A dose Salem, conducted by Rov. Fielden and authority on sheep and cattle. Farm- deaths from this diseaso now as be of Chamberlain's Tablets will do More than 3000 Poles were left ers, however are fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar m Ford. it. jtranded at the port of Antwerp be- and slow to depart ultraconservatlve rhoea Remedy came Into such goncr-aMr. and Mrs. Fred Malse are the from established l cause of the new Immigration laws use. When this remedy is glvon proud parents of a fine baby boy. habits, Prof. Miller adds and too liUXCH AXI) LOSE BUILDING with castor oil as directed and propMr. R. L. Alford is building a and the refusal of ships to carry them much must not be expected at once. over. The Kroonland, which was J house for nobody knows what. Prof. Miller also believes that the er caro is taken as to diet, It Is sato Tho rallwaymen's union In France y out of services at Salem next Sun- due to take over 850 Polish Immi- movement for better bred animal to say that fully ninety-nin- e has two factions, the communists and k day. Evrybody come and bring your grants took only 230. Most of the production being conducted by Louis- every hundred cases recover. Mr. the moderates. The two disputed the Very-Wea' would- be immigrants left inBelgium ville Livestock Exchange and the W. G. Campbell of Butler, Tenn., says possession of the headquarters re- lunch. have been unable to find shelter, and Kentucky Pure Bred livestock As- "I have used Cha'mberlaln's Colic and cently purchased at Paris, and when they have nb surplus funds. XEW WHEAT MAKES sociation ultimately will produce ex- Diarrhoea Remedy for sunfmor comtho communists sjiowed a majority of : SPLENDID YIELD It Is far ahead cellent results. He believes that it plaint In children. votes Brldgeary, leader of the modV. S. TUG MISSING, ADDED "After the birth of my will be at least two or threo years of anything I havo ovor used for this erates, opened the safe, took the TO LIST OF SEA MYSTERIES Lexington, Ky., July 2. More than purpose." m baby I had a back-set- ," Ufore the effects of tho purobred funds and abandoned the building. X,ater he returned with reinforce- 500 acres of Ashland wheat, the strain will bo felt In tho herds and writes Mrs. Mallie Cross-whit- e, Washington, July 2 Tho naval tug strain developed by the SELL WARSHIPS FOR SCRAP flocks but that then the farmer will ments and recaptured the place, but of Glade Spring, Conestoga, missing at sea with all bo aroused to his opportunities by when he went out to lunch ihn com- Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Va. "1 was very ill; 25, was officially Station, havo Just beon harvested In hands since March Tho British government recently tho results ho will get from tho, sale munists grabbed it back ajjain. thought 1 was going to Kentucky, according to estimates given up for lost today by the Navy of these better grade animals on the sold to T. W. Sheffield, 111 old warmade by specialists in the soils and Department and stricken from tho na- market. die. ! was so weak I ships' for , "WOULD REST$ORE of $3,750,000. In tho lot were five battleships, CZAR'S BROTHER crops department of tho station.. The val list. six couldn't raise my head to In particular Prof. Miller Is The names of the Conestoga's crew acreage wan divided among 32 farms get a drink of water. I In tho Farmer's Better Slfe cruisers and 70 destroyers. No subin 16 counties and is expected to wore added to the long list of the for-of '.he I Sale of 200 pure bred bucks and marines wore included. took . . . medicine, vet I navy's "dead, cause unknown," that mm are said to have won produce between eight and 10,000 ewes and 2,000 high grade ewes to didn't get any better. I bushels of grain which will bo avail- Included the crew of the collier Cy- be held at the Bourbon Stock Yards, PLAY RUXS FOR FIVE YEARS many sitccesses. In tho Far Hast, clone and the coast guard cutter was constipated and very eluding the capture of Petrovsky, on able for seed .this fall, August 11, by tho Louisville Live Ashland waa developed at the sta- Tampa, lost during the war, and Stock weak, getting worse and Tho spectacular play "Chu Chin n railroad between the liango. many other vessels. worse. IsentforCardui." Irkutsk and :"Ihita. Troops sent out tion in 1913 and has beon the highof theso sales I boiwl Chow" has closed In London nfter ""he A great area of the Pacific east of est yielding wheat grown there durby the CMTo governto oppose to be felt and already Is apparent," making a run of nearly flvo years, ment wcu reported to hiw mutincd ing tho last six years. It yielded an Guam, tho tug's destination when It declares Prof. Miller. TAKE "Tho results which Is thought to bo u world's The play was still drawing nnd to fight. It 'h the an- average of 33.6 bushols during that sallod from San Francisco, was comb- will not come at once but steadily and "fiu-' tlmo. Jersey Fultz averaged 31.3 ed by surface vessels and aircraft. paying, but the stop was necessary to g nounce jurposo of I know how hard and progressively. repair the houso. It was estimated to plsej tho brother f the czar, bushels an sere for tho same years It Is to get these movements underthat nearly 3,000,000 people had Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovltch Fulcaster 30.2 bushels and Currell's EVE.V COWS CAX'T STAND MOOXSHIXE MIXED WITH LYE way and yet, to prove how tho farm- attendejl f" performances. prolific 28.5 bushels. on tho throne, though the duke's er Is awakening to tho modern view to whereabouts Is a secret. The bolsheof livestock production wo have Just Hot Springs, Ark., June 28. SIXK GERMAN SUBMARINE vik government at Moscow sent out Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Weird unties of milk cows on their completed the castration and dock- With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, g report of the defeat of as they way home from pasture and the sub- ing of overy lamb in oveiyflock In an cannot reach the teat of the disease. Tho submarine Deutchland, which is entire county, which would hnvo Catarrh by a local disease, greatly inmudo Its way thru a cordon of Eng- sequent death of several of them, led conditions, e been an lmposslblo feat a short timo fluenced to constitutional must take and In order cure It you an Tonic lish and French warships and landed dairymen near hero to start an InInternal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medigoes to show how tho cam- cine Is taken Internally and acts thru at Baltimore in 191G, where It was vestigation which today disclosed since but paign of education Is developing. the blood on the mucous surfaces of the FOR FLETCHER'S "1 found after one botloaded with supplies for Germany, that they had been eating mash from system. Medicine wns Prof. Miller Is giving lectures with prescribed Hall's Catarrh best physicians by ono of tho was sunk the other day tit Cherbourg which moonshine whisky was made. tle of Cardul I was ImIt government films to illustrato his In thisoi country oi for years.tonics Is com- posea some Known, in target practice. Tho German ves- An analysis of tho mash showed contne oest proving," adds .Mrs. talks on sheep production. He Is combined with come of tho best blood CONFERS I'EHSHIXG sel served as a target In a scries of centrated iye had been mixed with, perfect Crosswliile. "Six botmeeting with support ovorywhere In purifiers. The fn Hall's combination of tlie Ingredients WITH HIGH OFFICERS exporimentstin submarine attack and tho grain, apparently to hasten ferCatarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful tles of Cardui and I Tho added "kick" prov- the state. was finally sunk by a French armor-o- d mentation. results In catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free. was cured, yes, I can say Washington, July 2. General ed fatal to some of tho cows. A sovon miles off shore. cruiser F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Surgeons agreo that In cases of Porshlng called high offlcors of tho All Drucglsts, Kc. tliey were a former location d of the still was' to Hall's Family Pills for constipation. army into conference today to urge FLIES WITH found, but It had recently boen mov- Cuts, Burns, Bruises nnd Wounds the me. I believe I would every powlblo economy In administraThe noted bicyclist Gabriel Poulaln ed. first treatment Is most Important. have died, had it not been When an efficient antiseptic is appli m tion of thesr departments. They al- has been unofficially credited with for Cardui." Cardul has making a successful flight at Paris In so were Informed of General ed promptly thero Is no danger of SLOT MACHINE SELLS MILK been found beneficial in army ac- a machine propelled by himself alone. plann to Infection nnd tho wound begins to For Infants and Children many thousands of olher A London man who retails large heal at once. For uso on man or tivities in the light of lemons loom- Ho was compound for tho Peugeot In Use For Over prize of 10,000 francs for tho first quantities of- - milk to people in the boast, Borozpno is tho Ideal antiseped during the war and to hold cases df womanly trouYears with department heads at person who should rise from the neighborhood of his storo has an au- tic and hoallng agents. Buy It now Always bears rf bles. If you feel the need the ground and 'fly 10 motors with only tomatic vending maohino which waits and bo ready for an emorgency. frequent Intervals. of a good, strengthenSignature on customers without any attention Price 30c, GOe and $1.20. Sold by .UlV.lu.i of the conference was human power. ing tonic, why not try called to the order permitting uUUtd from him except to see that tho tank Ohio Couuty Drug Co. m Cardul? U may be just discharged during July up-o- a OLDEST I'APER OUT mtm to be Is kept full of milk and that Ice Is OBJECT TO TAX ON GIKT TO SEXD ORATOR TO 17. S. application of tholr corps area or wiiat you need. LATE FIRST TIME provided to keep It cool. Being at. The French press hulled wltl. divlslunal commander, without tachod to the door outside, If, works gratitude tho 'worthy and opportune' Owing to a compositors' strike the whether he Is prosont or not. A custheir right to travel pay al A leading nowsjiapor In Toyko stat- gift of S2.000.000 to tho devnsted All lowances, for the purpose of reducing Now Hanipshlro Gazette, which tomer dosirlug milk holds his pitcher ed thn,t Japanese ln tho- United States of France und Belgium by the enlisted strength to the 150,000 oluling to be tho oldest weekly news- or other recoptaolo under the faijcet, had asked for u statesman to como Krank Buhl of Grovo City, Pa But mark titttl by Congroes. Major Gou-ojt- paper lu the country, recently failed drops n cohv into tho slot nnd pulls a to California and deliver a series of n clamor was sot up ugalnst any part twtf to appear, for the first time since it lover. The proper amount of milk Is speeches In order to allay feeling? of of the donation bolng llarhord, General Pershing's used for exchief of stuff, wild members of was first Issued in October 175C, ICC measured by the machine, flowing hostility in this country. Tho Ja- - pense of administration or for taxes, Ggi)grws had statod that more than yours iigo. paneso residents in the United States The French demand that every dol- out thru' the faucet. ol And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty easy! P. A. is crimp cut and stays put and you whisk it into shape before you can count three! And, the next instant you're puffing away to beat the band! Prince Albert zs so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's told In toppy rtd baf, tidy rtd tint, Print Albtrt It anJ hell pound tin hvmldort cndlntha pound trygtal slatm handimt pound motttintr humidor with pong top. greatest la i, Men-'nonit- cs All-da- d lk e e9 trnn3-SlbPrla- ri i ro-co- Uofiern-Stern-bur- CARDU! TheWiomans Uilgorn-fitirnbur- Children Cry R CASTO 'A ! H ... God-sc,n- FOOT-POWE- R Per-shlug- 'a CASTO RJA 30 con-feren- ue re-gli- - qI uruggists KXttM 4 " Physiological Action of Tanlac Explained; World's Leading Authorities Show Just What Tanlac Really Is and Explain Effect of Each of Ten Ingredients on the Human System. Power of Medicine Conclusively Proven. ? I ; A ilnv nnvnr n.iHscs lull uhnt lliniignniln of tipnnln nsk thn nucstlons: "Whnt Is Tanlac? Why its phenomenal success? Why do wo hear so much nn (i wny nns una preparation so tar out. smppeu an oiuer nuout ur medicines of Its kind? Tho answer to theso questions Is easy and can bo explained In Just one word merit. Tanlac Is Hclcntlflcnlly compounded and represents years of work, study experimentation nnd research by some of tho foremost chemists nnd pharmacologists of America. Tanlac which, because of their influence upon tho appetite, digestion, assimilation and elimination, Improve tho nutrition and vital activity of all the tissues and organs of the body harks and produce that state of general beneficial rpots, herbs nnd known to Mntorln Medlca. Tho Tan- tonicity which Is called ioalth. lac Laboratories are among the largTho Unlted .States Dispensatory est and most modernly equipped In makes tho following comment regarding another Ingredient: this country. Ton Ingredient In Tniiliic "It mny be used in nil cases of Altogether, there nro ten Ingredi- pure debility of tho digestive organs ents In Tanlac, each iof which Is of or where n general tonic impression Is required." recognized therapeutic value. gi Thro nro certain other Ingredients In referring to one of tho moro Important Ingredients of Tanlac tho described in tho Dispensatory and In ns Brlttnnlcn says: other standard medical "It linn been the source of the having a beneficial actbn upon the most valuable tonic medicines that organs of secretion, whose proper functioning results in n purification have ever been discovered." In referring to other of the gener- of tho blood streams passing thru al tonic drugs contained in Tanluc, them In this manner, objectionable tho 13th Edition of Pottor's Thera- nnd poisonous Ingredients of the peutics, n stnndnrd medical text-boo- k blood nrc removed and the entire utates that "they Impart genoral tano system Invigorated anil vitalized. JNinlc mill Body Builder. ' and strength to tho ontlro system Including nil organs and tissues." Tanlac was designed primarily for n authority in tho correction of disorders of tho This same describing tho physiological action stomach, llcvr and 'bowels. At the of still another of tho ingredients of samo time, however, It Is a powerful Tanlac, which Is of valuo In treating reconstructive tonic nnd body builder, what Is commonly "Known as n "run-- , fuV It naturally follows that any medidown condition," uses tho following cine that brings about proper nsslm- expression: llatlon of tho food and thorough eli"It Is highly esteemed In loss of mination of the waste products muct and oriiictlto during convalescence from therefore have a ' most beneficial effect upon tho ennnitp diseases.' Thtre arc ceitaln other element In tire system. -fuel-book- s, well-know- Tho Tanlac formula In .purely ethical and compiles with nil National nnd State puro food laws. It Is purely vjgctnblo and Is madoirom tho most 'COSTTO RUN U. S. iThe Story of ! Our States By JONATHAN BRACE ' $5,115,927,699 i Washington, July; -- Tho cost of XVI TENNESSEE running the Unlteil States Govern- ment for tho fiscal year which end- 'cd Friday, June 30, was $5,110.-- i i Department's statement. The figures, however, are subject see stretches ' back to tho t to final adjustment. Ruvcuucs from year 1 fi 4 X flail sources although showing a drop wlwn DeSoto J 'of $l,00U,00Qfrom those of the pre- -' Tin: Tennes- history 027.CS9, according to the Treasury i fc&, BbyMcClur to $G,G24,-- f with his parvlous year, amounted ty of Spanish , 932, 9C0, and there was a balance of adventurers probnbly reached i cash In the general fund amounting tho present site of Memphis on to $549, CVS, 105, enough to meet ex 'ine the .Mississippi, t penses for beveral days. Expenditures under JLn Salle built n fort hero t nvoraged around $40,000,000 a day t about 10S2. The English ahso t year lnld .claim to till territory, in- t for the wnok before the cluding it In the grant to .North i ended. t For the year ending Juno 30, 1920 Carolina. It wns not until 1770 t thnt the Urst permanent settle- t the Government's income was $6,- ' n ment wns made ,by James C94,5C5,3SV.and its expenditures $6,- .and this was soon fol403,343,841. AH types of taxes col- -' lowed by many other settlers i lected during tho 1921 year showed They from North Carolina losses, compared with 1920 returns, they called tho formed what Washington district, but this J hut the big decrease was in the in- was short lived as It was ' come and profit levy, which producin 1921 and $3,- promptly annexed to North ts ed $3,206,046,1-5t In 1784 .the Inhnbl- - " HJ AlO OCT ,lin .iaiIahi) .. rtl . Carolina. wwv" f gil,)lir,ai J.U.O During the 1921 year tne Covern Jjt iuiuh, liiuigiuuit over iwriu vui- Jftiolljia's attitude toward them, ment obtained $S,'SG4,999,322 .from declared their. Independence and sales of its securities, and retired formed the State of Franklin 182,027,170 worth of securities. Ust- or Frnnklund. As this secesed in the ordinary disbursements was sion was not countenanced by ' year North Carolina, for a number r $999,144,731 pa4d during tno I as inteiest on all rlnsses of debts. or jeans u Biuie ui J existed with two sets of officers t I The gross national debt nt the end t Meanwhile. i of the year was $23,977,450, 552; I trying to govern. t tne seitiemjeni sunereu suvereiy t at the end of the 1920 fiscal yaar '1 from hostile Indians and from t was r.4,299,321,if 7, The high the Spanish, who still held Lou- t in ne debt of tUi United 3ttoa 'ir t isiana, and controlled the MIs f :.. xinui was reachM August 111, 19J.9 sl8slppl river. In 1790 North' Carolina finally ceded this ter- 4 when it was $26,096,701,648. 4 ritory to the United States. By 4 4 Sumxuer Complaint Quickly ItIieved In1700 tho population had 4 "About two years ago when suffercreased to over 60,000, bo Ten- 4 nessee was admitted as tho slx-- i 4 ing from a sovere attack of summer complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic tcenth state of the Union. At the outbreak of the Civil t and Diarrhoea Romody and It reliev4 war, Tennessee Joined the Con- t ed me almost Instantly," writes Mrs. federacy. In 1800, when the t Henry Jewett. Clark Mills, N. Y. state was readmitted to the. Un- t This Is an excellent remedy for colic 0 ion, there was much disorder 4 at during the reconstruction period, t and diarrhoea and 'should be kept t hand by every family. m to the formation of the This led Influence of Ku Kluz Klan, tho t which quickly spread through- t DAItH 8TUWKNT.OVNEIl AUXO out the Southern states. This t Tho University of Oklahoma has secret organisation took Into t its own bands .the suppresdecided that automobiles in the possion of crime and the adminare t session of students of "detrimental istration of Justice. t to tho beet Interests the university' 42,022 contains Tennessee and announces that no student will be square miles, and Is sometimes t permitted to, maintain an auto while "tolled the Volunteer state. It t t attending; tho university. , Is numed after Its principal riv- t er, which Is a Cherokee word t meaning "Crooked River" or i t t "bend In the river." t FOR FLETCHER'S sffss255&?' i Hob-rtso- i 4 I Children Ory NwijP Syndicate) t ; CAST.ORIA for continuing tho 191C building programme, composed largely of capital ships, tho provision for aircraft nnd Is pitifully MMMFNT (IN f!FN- - submarines airplane small. The two carrclrs provided for In the Senate bill at a limit of SMI'm. Contents iSFluid Drachm cost of $26,000,000 each have been rtrlckcn out by the Houso, although i Information from abroad For Infants and Children. KENTUCKY HORSES offect that tho Hrltlsh navyIsIs to the buildWMrWKBBI ing six of theo carriers, each capable of tending CO airplanes. IB The War Department Is InterSoma of the foremost of American 6 naval exports aro strongly of the In the Increase of ested ., opinion that nt a comparatively early Pure-Bre- d Horses dato the airplane carrier wllj displace '!i ai.cohoi.-- 3 ren cent. ; il AVciclflWcrfcpamtimforAs tho drcadnaught as the capital ship of "There H the utmost need In this tho modern navy. country today of increasing tho numlinulhcStomadisandBoNjrgtsrfij hores,' particularly ber of pure-lircProspective purchaser Is this dog thoso of the thoroughbred type, on ' affectionate? d which the War Department must TIicrcbyrfomoUnfiDScsUon Dealer I should say he isi I for its cavalry mounts In case of Pf Cheerfulness ana kc5wi--oiih- nor every have sold him four times, and national emergency." nnlum.Morpninc from tho time he's como right back to me. The aliuxe is a MneraLNoTNAHCOTiCj statement by Col. Frank S. Armstrong, American Uoy Chief of tho U. S. Army Iteinonnt ServteftiOUDtSH ice, relative to the ID'JO census of KenCAXNKHS SUD HKAIiTII IlOAUI) .' Senna tucky horses. JixhUt&IU sssai The uneasiness of practical, patriThe Curtis Co., canners and packotic men like Colonel Armstrong over the situation was amply Jtistllled by ers of California, has entered a "",1 n CtanM 'StyM" damage suit ngninst the DeVhtMprrnmnr the lesson of the Inst great war, which altio troit board of health, alleging that mi strikingly demonstrated tho k i.t.,r.ilRpraedvfof rWSia r 2 Constipalionand Diarrhoea of the horse In connection with mod- its business was seriously damaged ern wnrfnre and roealcd vhat would by the seizure In 1919 of a large -rcvcrisnw andTnccnPSLEEP hae become, a pitiful shortage, bad quantity of its canned goods, after the Germans held out only a ory few nsifuSihcrcfrwnjnhjpinty- the death of five persons from botu-llnoweeks longer than they did. poisoning. racSimilcSijnatarepC Nor iiiitst'ua forget tho Importance mm of lireedlng better horses more extensively In times of peace. Better bred AUTOMOBILE ENDS LIFE OF LINCOLN'S NEPHEW horses' mean better work horses; bet;;--- a ter pikes for them, and a readier marNEW JLMJiSj ket. 111., July 2. Springfield, Edward of M arBVBBr B8 BB Rtl fS?Ef, The 1020 census figures indicate tht T. Smth, 68, a nephew of Abraham incw) Kentucky, ns usual, will lend her sisu ter states as to both number and duss Lincoln, Is dead as a result of injuries H m p are far from received when he was struck by nn uf horses,' but een Ills mother, Mrs. Anne Approaching what should bo our quota automobile Exact Copy of Wrapper, tw vowK crry TMt centaur cowrNV, In cither count. Smith and Mrs. Lincoln were u'sters in His father, C M. Smith, was known SSD ORsa t Colonel Armstrong's statement full is as follows: as tho "merchant prince" of Spring-Hel"Despite the ery small amount t It was in the rear of the pure-brestoik, as compared with the Smith store that Lincoln wrote his number o'f horVcs In tho state, I total hehpie that, when similar ilgmcs for first Inaugural address. the other states become available, a Tho largest tomb in tho world is comparison of all will show that Kentucky still holds Its rank as the fore- tho Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. It most siate- Iii producing thoroughbreds. covers thirteen acres and Is 4G1 foet "The relatlvcl small percentage of high. horou!:liliieds and of other classes of puic-brc- d slock Included In the itutal FIHST SOLIHEKS TO DIE The Hartford Republican has made a special number elf lforses In Kentucky, Is a AltKIVE ON U. S. STEAMEIt genoral, and not n local, situation, and clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial the other states probnblj will show Appeal by which We will furnish both papers for one Hoboken, N. J., July 2. The Unit even smaller percentages. Tho 'ame eonillttons I am told, prevail ulthllxe--toe- k ed State transport Wheaton arrived year for the low price of other than horses, though iproh-abl- y today' with B.S24 bodies of American not to tho Mime ctent jis with soldier dead. The bodies of two cf the hitter. Tho census report upholds tho first Americans to fall In the nnd Jilstlfictlu' position taken by tho war, Privates P. Enrlgh. of Tllts- American lEcmotmt AssothUUnr that h'lrg, and Merle D. Hay, of GTidden, there Is the utmost need in th country today of Increasing the number of Ohio, wero said to he on hoard. The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest The bodies will not be takeu from hor-e- s, pure-breparticularly thoe of tho thorouglibied tjie, on which the the vessel unt'l Tuesday morning, beand best papers in the South and we hope to receive War Department must depend for its cause the official Identification list many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and cavalry mounts In cast of national was not put on hoard. These lists amcrgcnc, and which It met itn are on tho Nieuw Amsterdam, due to seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in rroat dinieulty In procuring in sulll-clearrive tomorrow. your .subscription now. Don't delay. nuuihers diir'n;; the recent war. The national need of upbuilding and HE FAILED TO DIE; increasing thoroughbred Anicr.iMn WANTS HIS IIOOZE HACK horses can not, In my opiniuivta)oer-&mphasli'c" San Francibco, July 2. The question of whether, a man can pay a KINDXKSS WINS KOUTU-V- E bill with booze, when such a transacEAGLE"MIKAD0"-PencaNo.174 nome, Ga., July 2. Kindness to a tion would boVlllegal, and would It be man Jo return booze to blind man has led Allison Gravely, possible for a youth, to a fortuna. 23d to another mail when It really had Cousins the blind man, cut off doz- been drunk pp; and nlco, should a For Salo at your Dealer Made in flvo grades ens of rolatlves in his will, and when man get back boozo which ho gave ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND man in contemplation of he. died tho boy Inherited $10,000. to another EAGLE MIKADO The boy was adopted by Cousins, hut death? is the lltUo prohlem submitted This a contest over the will probably will EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK be made. The youth led Cousins ahuut recently to Justice of tho Peace Rolla V. Watt, In a stilt brought by Geza Itome for several years. Horvath to recover 210 bottles of as- NEW TIUULL FOR ed the execution was, carried out con- sorted wines and llnuors from AttorI'KEHKNI MOCCASINS uanxufl ijiusra,iorniaDiy wiin an oruer inai no pris- TO W. G. ILUUUSfG ney Bela Pur. oners should be taken. Horvath says ho wants back his After overcoming many difficulties, In behalf of the New York Camp liquor, and will be satisfied with not a cable suspension bridge has at last Fire Girls, Mrs. Alico M. Kelley, na lng else. At a conservative estimate, beon constructed across tha canyon of 'the organlza-'-J ho says It was valued at J500. He of the Colorado Tiver at the most tional tion, presented a pair of moccasins to gave It to Hurt last July, nt which beautiful spot In ithe park The tho President nnd a gray silk ecarl Imo he thought he was dyinc. He bridge Is about 10 miles from Grand to Mrs. Harding. The moccasins boar recovered, however, and rescinded Canyon station and hangs between a design of tho Whlto House and a the gift. Purt claims it was an at- .precipitous wa'ls rising on thv eoulhi guiding hand beaded on them and torney's fee. em rim to 4500 feet and on the Horvath claims this would he Im- nortneru lbOO feet higher it is 120 are the right size, for the girls found . out tho size of his foot before they possible, because such a transaction feet long and 60 feet above normal started. Tho scarf wrs decorated wtroUI be illegal. To this Purt said it ya.ter level. Tho new bridge is the designs by Italian made virtually, no difference what only one over tho Colorado river for with wood-bloc- k decision- - the court made ,11 Horvath n il'otnnr-Camipi Fire Jirls. nf fiAO mllpK from the J Insisted iipon tho liquor and nothing Needl Ca, t0 the Junctlon of tne mrvrnn opviriiAT.s rkktkvrkd else, "because It was also consumed t Grand Rnd Grflen rlvm ,n utah I long ago. Henceforth tha most exciting incident "There are so man illenal poinds in a visit to the Grand Canyon will As a result of being found guilty of using1 the mails to defraud, throe of- raised, I am somewhat dazed," said stunt, bo tho rlnirto-rir- a ficials of tho defunct Mooro Motor tho court. "Give mo a weok to think Vehicle Co., of Danvlllo, 111, have it over." HIGHEST POINT IN KENTUCKY been fined from $2500 to $4500. It In Harlan Blc Black Mountain, FALLING BACK ON INDIAN was brought out in the trial that of Countyt Ky., which s(and8 4,100 feet $900,000 received from tho salo of I A short time ago the Mohave- -. above sea level, is the highest point 8toc,k, only $400,000 was accounted telephones and sup-- -, I Apacho Indians decided they needed in the State. for on tho books. rain, so the tribe held a rain dance, plies in stock. Make a spewhich was a tremendous success, for GEItMAN OFFICERS TRIED FIGHT FOH NAVAL repair ytfork, If FOR KILLING WOUNDED cialty INCREASE TENDS within 24 hours there was a heavy downpour. Later the farmers of you need Wire, Brackets, ' Leipslc, July 2. At the trial of When the Verde valley in California, needed Washington, July 2. Stenger and MaJ. Pins, Spools, Insulators, Inconference agreement on the naval some rain too, and they tried to bribe Lieut. Gen. Karl Druno Cruslus, charged by the French sulated Wire., Lightning Ar- appropriation bill comes up in the the Indians, to exert their influence I orucreu wib Senate Tuesday for final action Sen- on Jupiter PIuvlus and peo what government wun naving resters, Switches, or any part "dcr tbelr command to take atorial advocates of tho "three plane" would happen, but the red men re and to kill wounded for a telephone, call, write navy are going to make a last ditch fused to be cajoled, and consequently P prison nn Alsatian, testi- - or phone - Dr .menHie. A few second tight for the submarines and airplane Verde valley Is still dry. (fled today that two wounded French- mm Carriers which the House cut out of hand fphqnes in stock.' Mumen were found on August 26, 1914, fiHE TOOK HIM LITERALLY tho measure by a German Ambulance Corps, shot tual phone No. 1. Senators contend that the naval bill by order of Cruslus. slnco Us recent revision by the House, "What you say goes I" he sadly said, Dr. Wonger testified he remonWJth eyes and heart aflame. Ignores some of the most imprutant Cruslus, who replied he of tho war, particularly in re She glanced at the clock and- turned strated with lessons could not do otherwise, adding that a her head, lation to aircraft and submarines. officer had declar- Beaver Dam, Ky. While tho bill appropriates $90,000 A&U softly murmered bis name. CDL. ARMSTRONG'S sus report of CASTORS! Mm Genuine Castoria Ms fgHB .... ifiB & im ys: nsftiwiiaii laMtfHUIIU- Mothers That a Always Bears the Signature Jf . a $ tm'-snR- e i 00 foX y Use For Over IP r Thirty Years k HEUIlSSvt'PRI jJBiBB lllie d. d - ' A CASH OFFER $1.75 d d gp? I i; nt Telephones . -- I No Need to Wait hae of trP" WW - W. G. Muffett j - r. 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TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual PIMDAY, Beaver Darn Drug Company "The Nyal Store" EASTMAN KODAKS bnt other advertisements, lc per will Beaver Dam, Ky. It came direct from Ireland On each piece of china the name of the boat It was purchased for was burned in "with old English letters The name of the steamer was engrnv-e- J on each piece of silver and on every pieco of linen. Every big packet had n bridal chamber. Some kept three or four to accommodato newly married couples on bridal tours. These rooms wero furnishdo with full bedroom suits and tho linen was prettier and more expensive than that in ordlnnry HALD UNO It. CHOCOLATES ON ICE 59 that line. But wc do bellevo that tho appointing power couldfthereby build up a gigantic machine, and we have no doubt that 'nn of those heretofore elected to tho high office of Governor would not hesitate to tako advantage of tho opportunity. We confess tbat there are disadvantages In the present method of selecting the Superintendent, but th esamo thing holds true with many of our of ficers for the matter of that, Wo rfre yet to be convinced that to ap- point Is better than to elect. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke MqFluko.) JULY 8 Col. George Harvey, Ambassador, representing this Nation in Britain, Hcems to have mado a fairly good speech on the 4th. at the Annual day celebration by the American Society in London. No criticism has been noticed, thus se Other mysteries of life Why does Qeorgo Johnson start tho operation of nparatus simul his taneously with the discovery of a free lot of sawdust? feed-grindi- 1 " In the matter of tho picking of 218 gallons of blackberries by the family lar. have we staterooms. of Lib Ncwcom: nowhere seen it charged, or alleged that Lib Ono feature of every big steamer Our Idea of fealty and devotion to Herbert had any part or parcel in the picking. was her water cooler and drinking a lost cause was exhibited by the 20,' cups. 'The coolers wero silver plated; of Owensboro, Mrs. Anna Huff 000 Nowyorkers, who marched thru Albert Cox, alias tho Hebrew Junk Mrs. John Barker and litle son, Mr. Dealer, was In town a day or two often gold lined. The drinking cups tho broiling hot sun, on Independence wero solid silver and lined with a day, in a parade of protest against Raymond Baize and Maxwell Cham- ago and he said ho had I. D. Clalro guests of Mr. and Mrs. so skeered of himself, that he dared thin plato of gold. 'Theywcre fastho Volstead act and the 18th bers wero the tened to the cooler by small silver amendment to tho Federal Const- Edd Baize, Sunday. not show his old quill in the colFor County Clerk: ANNOUNCEMENTS Mary Frances Skinner was umns of this sheet, and it looks to us chains. Miss itution. As evidence of those times thero HOY H. FOREMAN West Bcavor the guest of Miss Mildred Day Satur- as If I. D. C.'s enemy was a sight were inspected at Memphis in 1S81 Dam. brings a day night and Sunday. The Courier-JournTor Circuit Judgo more than half right. 73 steamers with an aggregato ton- Wo ISOM MITCHELL long editorial on the Peace Resolution Boll's Run. aro authorized to announce Several from this neighborhood atnage of 13.G05. That same year SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. and prospective treaty to a close, tended the party given at Mr. Bert R. W. SLACK Thoso County Officers of ours with there were 100 masters' licenses isMODE SCIIHOADEIt N. Roslno. with the following paragraph: "Al Days Saturday night. a candidate for Judge of tho Sixth their foolish fooling with agencies 11 mates, 37 pilots ami 144 en J. E. MITCHELL Dundeoj together is there a surer and shorter Eliza- that still produce a bit of joy and sued, Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, Mrs. and Miss E. G. HARRASS Hartford. next step In the 'That peace policy beth House visited' Mr. and Mrs. S. shine for the throng who flounder In gineers. In 1870 thero were 72 November election, 1921. btenmers inspected with an aggreM. F. CRUMLEY McIIenry. than by way of our Mr. Bergdoll." V. Flowers Sunday. i tho desert, arc not going to stop, so gate tonnage of 12.44S, 132 masters' JAMES A. TATE Hartford. Wo did not know before that Grover Miss Elma Milllgan was the guest It seems, until they ruin tho last little Vor CoinmoiiNcaltli'H Attorney licenses, 41 mates; 54 pilots and 141 M. A. EMBRY . Cleveland Bergdoll was of the CourierBalzetowu. of relatives in Whltesvllle Saturday oasis. It looks as tho the big shadWo are authorized to announco engineers. -Journal faith and family. So night and Sunday. ows would obliterate all moonshine. C. E. SMITH Thero wero 59 steamboats inspectmuch of the article Is devoted to the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and chilFor Jailer: ed at 'Loulsvillo in lSSL, Their ag- a candidate for Commonwealth's Atprobable benefts of having this king- dren visited at Mr. and Mrs. V. M. CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. If automobiles are required to op- gregate tonnage was 15,247. Licenses torney of tho Sixth Circuit' Court pin of the deserters and draft dodg- Millers', Sunday. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. erate with mufflers on, or cut-ou- ts Election No- issued that year were 110 to mastera, District, of Kentucky, ers represent tho United States in A large crowd attended prayer closed, why not mills with gas enJOHN T. KING Hartford. pilots and 114 to vember Sth' 1921. Germany, that it Is our notion that meeting at Panther Creek Sunday gines in use? George Johnson was 33 to mates, 51 to .8. A. LEE Sunnydalc. engineers. thoAuthor of the article has escap night. running his shebang the other night BARNETT L. TINSLEY HertFor County and District In 1875 there were 48 cteamcrs Ined President Harding as one of the Misses Vlrgle Mao and Nina Bur-det- te when we went to bed and was doing ford R. F. D. No. 5. Offices. spected at Loulsvillo with an aggrereally greatest of the great minds of went to Walnut Grovo to the the same when we arose the next JOHNSON STEWART McIIenry, We arc authorized to announco gate tonnage of 13,649, 107 masters, tho Country. P. T. A. Meeting, Friday night. morning, and the exhaust pipe has 25 mates, 41 pilots, 102 englneors. Route 1. the candidacy of the following clti-- ! Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corley and an elbow on the top, some 15 feet NATHANIEL HUDSON McHcnry given ln- - zens, snbject to tho action of tho In There wero 53 steamers , We can't just get Into, nor onto son, Burdette, were the guests of Mr from the ground with the thing wide spection at Evansvlllo in 18S1 with .publican party In tho primary election line of reasoning. It and Mrs. Everett Spurrier Sunday, the Herald's open, lowaru our snacK anu mo re' an aggregato tonnage of 5,5GS, 82 August 6, 1921: For Tnv Commissioner says in one line that the claim that Mrs. Mary Staples Is the guest of ports go thru our windows masters wero given licenses, 25 mates ItOY F. KEOWNT-Fofdsvlll- o. itfe Republican Administration had her son, Mr. Lon Staples. hike the roar of a cannon. George ' 34 pilots and 100 engineers. For Representative. caused the slightly reduced cost of Mr. and Mrs. Tugg Huff, Mr. Dew - might fix tho mattor with a sack or In 1875 there wero 50 steamers For Magistrate, IRA JONES Arnold. living hardly deserved reply. Then ey and Herman Huff went to tho Ice two of I flour though. -at Evansvlllo with an aggreW. H. BAIZE Hartford. in another line It says that the ex- cream supper at Deanfleld Saturday (District No. 1) gate tonnage of 5, 213, 83masters, 19 I. S. MASON Buford. treme high cost of living and high night. J. P. McCOYHartford Route 2. ' "T 7 Mut Hunter has purchased himself mates, 31 pilots and S8 engineers. J. A. DOLING .wjsgeB were due to war conditions. Upper East HartMr. Harden Haynes has gono to a new auto and little W. H. Gillespie, Number of steamers inspected at ford. "Again It Bays, in tho same editorial, Bowling Green to attend the summer a neighbor's boy has been trying to For Circuit Clerk: St. Louis in 1SS1 was 200 with an that the present hard times are duo term of school. (District No. 2.) trade' Mut his little baby brother for aggregate tonnage of 60,411. There ' FRANK BLACK Hurtford R. 2. V. A. .MATTHEWS io Republican failure to ratify the Fordsvillo. W. C. KNOTT Centertown. Mr. and Mrs. John McDanlel and the car. W. H's father got wise to were 357 matters' licenses issued, O. N. STEWART peace treaty. It sums the whole children visited Mr. and Mrs. Colum his efforts to trado little brother off Beaver Dam. FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. 138 mates, 104 pilots, 221 first en thing up by saying, what it said su bus Husk Sunday. (District No. 3) for a car and told W. H. that a man gineers snd 133 inferior engineers. pra, was tho simple, logical explana N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. For County Jude: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller, Mr. and In Beaver Dam had been wanting to Thero were 2,576,000 passengers cartion for tho hard times we undoubted Mrs. Guy Hlnton and children, Mr. trado him a car for W. H. and that MACK COOK Hartford. 0. E. SCOTT Prentiss. ly have today. Last week or the and Mrs. Grant MIdklff and Miss Mat-ti- e he thought It would be a go. There- ried by steamboats in the St. Louis WINSON SMITH Select. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. district in that pear. week before it was Republican tariff W. S. DEAN Dundee. Barnett wero the guests of Mr. upon W. H. laid for Hunter and told (District No. 4.) In 1875 there wero 169 stoamers doing the mischief. We are at peace and Mrs. Johnie Hlntun Sunday. R. R. WEDDINC2 Hartford. him that their trade was all off, as inspected at St. Louis with an aggreJ. W. CHEEK Askins. now, officially and otherwise, with Mrs. O. T. Burdette and daughter, he had decided they did not need an gate tonnage of 59,151 masters re(DIstilct No. 5 tho whole world, not by the Wilson Miss Vlrgle Mae, attended the burial automobile at their house. Who can For County Attorney. JAMES W. GRAY Hartford. R. 5. League of Nations route however. So of Mr. Levi Voyles, at Itosevllle, Mon- say that W. H. did not display genu- ceived licenses, 115 pilots, 104 mates OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. 214 engineers. In that year thero ' (District No. 6.) that ought to help some. day. ine traits of good philosophy in his were 2,320,245 passengers carried by J. A. EDOE Dundee. For Sheriff. decision? the steamboats in the St. Louis disMACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. yes a down-rigIt, is a shame, GEORGE P. JONES Beda. "" EXPRESS .THANKS, trict. tiharao that the ticket nominated and (DIstrcit No. 7.) O. A. RALPH Hartford. A familiar question "Is it hot In 1881 there wero 245 steamers lhbin'a'nneriof its selection, for the J. WALTER TAYLOR CromwcllV B, C. RHOADS Bartlett. We tako this method nf assuring enough for you?" Wo took tho bulge Inspected at New Orleans with nn ag city of Louisville and Jefferson the many friends of our appreciation on a guy tho other, day before he J. N. LOGSDON Rosine. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. .County, by the Republicans' of those and gratitude for. their acts .of kind- could spring the frazzled queery and gregato tonnage of 59,151, 278 mas--' CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. bailiwicks, does not suit the Hart- ness and acslstance in tho illness and said, we would be a bit glad when it ters received licenses, 114 pilots, 104 CICERO CROWDER Select. For Constable. mates 214 engineers. In that year ford Herald. It says J'Of all tho T. H. BLACK Hartford. death of our late motherMrs. Je- got warm enough for things to grow, there were 2;320,245 paBsngers cur(District No. 7.) d' and tickets mima N. Martin. MALEN D.'HEFLIN Ceatertown. R. H. BASHAM as our garden truck was turning yel- ried by the steamboats in tbe St. Rosine. recently- - put' before the public, the Sincerely, ' low from tho protracted cool spell. Louis district. blate nominated by tho Republicans HER CIinjDREN. Ho looked at us li a "dippy" sort of I nl881 there wero 245 fcteamers oT Louisville aid Jefferson County a manner or as if ho was not certain inspected at Now Orleans 'with an agr- Tew days ago, takes tho cake." We Mr. James Wilson, who has been of our condition and scooted for the gregate tonnage 6t 74,075 with' 475 wonder why the esteenfecPHerald visiting relatives in and near Hart- -' door at the first opportunity. It masters, 134 'mates, 171 pllptcs find the recent Democratic ford during tho past soveral weeks, worked so well wo tried it on another 480 engineers. held in Louisville, wherein returned to bis home in Stillwater, fellow and the last party replied that .J.1he .picked, a ticket, of attempted to Okla., yesterday. He was accom- it was hi3 honest opinion that we ho' so, Justus tbeso 'maBaseball Sunday, July 10, ' did? Come on panied as far as Chandler,, Okla., wero- simply a' plain damned fool. chine Republicans' mm by his niece, Miss Smile Allen, who Riverside Park. 'Beaver Brother, ive 'us tue'dlffe'rejico'and will sppnd some time itiere with her Dam vs. Hartford. This ii tell us why one takes tho cjake 'and father, Mr. C, C., Allen. BEST DAYS ON RIVER . the other Uoes not. iWe pave a m t FROM 1875 TO 1881 the first clash of the season ("hunch" thai 'tho Herald has dh Idea SaWmcn Wanted To .solicit ' orfor these teams. Don't miss thut.'tho' Republican ticket Is going ders for lubricating oils, greases and Memphis, Tenn. July 6. While it. Game called at 3:00. Adlalttnake 'dough' of tho Democrats' paints. Salary or Commission; Ad) . many river palace ran the Mississip'"cake, dress LINCOLN OIL, CO., Cleveland, mission 25 cents. pi after 1881, figures from official : ' Ohio. records in tho office of tun U. 8. t to amend The proposition the fc INSURANCE FIRM DISSOLVES constjtuon,.by jn,aklng thef We do not know much. But wo Btcamboat Inspectors bhow the god ip(v Public instruction on ap- do know that nagging has broken up en days on the river wero'boiweeu To", our FatrpnB and Frle'nds: pointive pfflccr .instead of elective, more homes than boozo dud infideli- 1875 and 1881. , Notice is hereby given that tho does nflappeal to usfany mpr than ty combined. Cincinnati Enquirer. Not only did some of thc'lurgqsi would tho proposition to do llkowlso packets nperu.e in Ilia: period, hut firm of Parks Yelsc'r bus been dis m many were ?ini than th' oirlles: solved, and all futuro business will by tho Commissioner of Agriculture, CARD OF THANKS' men of river navigation had ever be, under the firm name ot Parks Labor and Statistics. Neither do we gco that there Is moro need for one We wish to eraBface1 thfs oppor- dreamed of. The cabins on some of than' the'' other. We' may ba of that tunity to thank' the tnany friends and iheae packets were furnished lavjsh-- , .Wo wish to .thank you jfor your .class dubbed by someol'lhoS who fa. assure' thbmof'bur appreciation of Iy. The silverware, china, cuglabs, pn8ft1pa.tronago(nnd bope.tq have a vof'!th prtmlftlbn, a b '"ulna 1 politi- tlfalr-'actof kindness and assistance and 'linen used in staterooms atjitbe continuance of Jojir 'b'us'l'noss In tho HARTFORD, KY. ' cians"'." TJfto''fpct Is we recognize rendered In tho Illness and death of finest jnoncv could buy, much bejng, WW6', . ., yery, truly yours, s we ae not a politician at all, our lato Wife and Mother. Jftiported from Europe This was . . that W. l. & M. T. PARKS. 8. S. MAY and CHILDREN. especially true of the linen, as nil of .neither do wo bavo aspirations along al Lula-Swope I bed-room liand-plckd- tills iila'f .,unday night. MNsea iue Sandofur and f(.t ; . Rev. Shephnrd, presiding elder, de- Kr visited Mr. and Mrs Nurni livered a fine sormon nt the local Leach flinday, Church Sunday night Misses Nova and Ovn Leach spent ANNOUNCEMENT Saturday night with Mrs. Ona Cook. Little-- Ml3s Mario, daughter of Mr. Wo are authorized to nnnounco George Daugherty, has been qulto 111 B. CAHDEN as n candldato for C th for several days with' heart trouble. Democratic nomination for Sheriff f vls-.'cMr. Everett Taylor and wife Ohio County, subject to tho action with Mr. C. M. Taylor and fninily of tho primary election, August C, Saturday night. 1921. Mrs. Winona Her has ben on the sick list for a few daje. ERNEST E. HIRKHEAD has auMisses "Ella Mae Snndolur and thorized us to nnnounco his candidaEthol Rue .Oiler visited relatives and cy for the Democratic nomination friends in Central Citylaet week., for Sheriff of Ohio County, subject Mr. nn.l Mrs Erin Shields of to tho primary election, August 6, Cromwell, lsited with her parents, a' ! 1921 '' con-ven- tH at , Don t let this pen to km! Jukzkm - Line vow Supor-Hend.e- nt t Stflfi&do , HARTFORD MOTOR CO., s l.ijtjL. ftr FAIR'S July f Mill-En- d Mrr Carrie Lalolnt, nf Lebanon, for two wcoks when ho will also Tcnn , nrrlvwl ))Gr yesterday, to vls- - loavo for iho Illinois town. I' Mis. John A. Duko and other rela-- i lives. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tnppan nnd son, t- Park, and daughter, Miss Mary Lou Mr. and Mrt, O. It. Dlansford and ise, and Dr. Molroso Tnppan nnd son, Mr and Mrs. Ddwey Wnvif, of Owim-bor- o Melrose Jr., Mrs. Jnnics Lyons and spent Sunday in lit tfe-d, carets Misses Dorcas Lyons, Anna Rhea of Mr. and Mre. 13. Cra':rtr:. Carson and Mildred Stephenson nnd Mossrs. Coakloy Taylor, Henry BfKim, Miss Kdith Tlnsloy of tho Wash- P. M. Porklnson and Glonn Tlnsley, ington country, spout tlio first of thl& composed a party from Hartford, on week In town, tho guest of her Brands an outing on Green River, nbove mother, Mrs. M. K. Tlnsley. Cromwell,. Sunday. WILLIAM FARNUM In "DRAG IIAHLAN" at Star Theatro tonight, Doors open for first show at 7 o'clock, Eur.ond show nt 9. Adnlisslon 20c. In EHmEBES TFv3& m ant Jm jig$am&, ilr TradeMarKlMisteTsii . 3JLiI-j- ! Today you will see our Sale in full swing. We do not think you can .afford to miss it. In fact, we know you can't. Bargains in every department. Mill-En- d BAN LOAFING HEN FROM YOUR FLOCK &forrJ s i l reduction throughout the entire house. Everything marked in plain fig ures. Meet your friends at Fair's; they are sure Big coming. Friday, Juy 1st to 30th Loufsvlllo during tho past soveral tho Extension Division of tho College returned to her homo hero of Agrlculturo for a series of poultry Saturday to remain during tho culling demonstrations which will be held soon on different farms for the purpose of showing farmers and their Mr. Gaylo Taylor, with tho I. C. II. wives of Ohio county how to tell tho II. Co., Chicago, 111., spent Sunday loafing hen from the heavy-layin- g and Monday here with his .mother, one, according to an announcement Mrs. W. M, Hndson and Mr. which he made today. According to poultry specialists, apd proximately of the hens on Miv and Mrs. Vornon 1. Llgon of Kentucky farms molt during July Frankfort, announco the birth of a nnd August and stop laying until the son In their homo, Monday, July tho following spring. Certain character4th. The UUlo fellow has been chrla-tonc- d istics which these loafers show makes Vernon P. It easy to tell them from tho hoavy-layln- g hen, County Agent McCracken ' "DRAG HARLAN" a throbbing tale said. , of the West, featuring William Far-- n Farmers from different communiu in as the pnrdo two-gn- n wizard, at ties will meet on a certain farm in tho Star Theater tonight. Two that section where poultry specialists shows. Admission 20c. from iho College of Agriculture will nssist County Agent McCracken In Messrs. L. C. Benton, of Wysox giving the demonstration. Loafers and C I,. Denton, of Drakesboro, we're and heavy-layin- g hens from the flock In Ilnrtinrd Monday. Hi la was the on tho farni will bo selected and the first timo In 20 years that C. L. Ben- farmers and their wives shown the ton had been in this place. Circudifference between tho two. lars will also he distributed and the Mrs. Rowan Holbrook who under- process of culling explained In detail went in n ourglcal operation in Louis- so that the poultry owners can reville, some time ago, returned last turn to their own flock and eliminate week to her homo here, and has re- tho hens that aro not laying. gained her normal condition. montliH one-thir- Plans are being inn do by County Miss Konedy Collins, who has hecn Agent McCracken In cooperation with BUSTER BROW HOSIERY In buying, hosiery women's first consideratujjrfe invariably appearance, the direct result of goocESi: and fine yams. In Buster Brown Hosiery perf ecticisa of fit is insured by the special knitting process Iiac& produces the smooth, trim ankle and lasting; slajje-lines-s. When fit and comfort are supplemented Sgr durability, the maximum of hosieiy satisfaction, its assured. Buster Brown Hosiery assortments: ace complete in Silk, Lisle and Cotton, in all .seasonalaSe colors for men, women and children. v 19'. , t jEkERii The Hartford KJUIIAV 5b ACTON BROS. Republican , JITM' 8 I Mako that old house new with lied Spot Paint. Mrs. Nannlo Steuvey of Evansvllle, Ind., attended the funeral of Mrs. S. S. May, Monday, at this place. Miss Susio May went to Owensboro Monday, whero she has accepted a position with the City Hospital. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Portland Cement nt Barnctt Madisonville. ACTON BROS. ' I nllongor Bpent Sunday In NOTICK Shultz and Misses Mat-tl- o Sanderfur and Winnie D. All persons having claims against wore guests Saturday and the estate of Marvin Hoover, deceasSunday of Mrs. J. O. McKlnncy and ed, will fllease present same, properly Dr. McKlnncy of Beaver Dam. proven, to mo at my residence, near Beda, Ky., or to A. D. Kirk, Attorney Mrs J. P. Caseblcr and sons, For- Hartford, Ky., within 60 days from est and" J. C. Jr., left yesterday for this date. a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Caso-blor- 's ED SHOWN, father, Mr. T. B. Bell and Mrs. Executor, Bell, of tho Pleasant Ridge country. a HARNETT'S CREEK. Mr. H. B. Taylor and son Marshal, of Louisville, spent from Saturday t. Tho farmers are busy putting up until Monday afternoon In Hartford, .Several fron' heio altendet the the guests of Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Bottio Taylor and other rela singing convention at Hartford tives. Sunday School is progressing nicely Mr. Leslie Hagerman who has a at this place. Ilrs Ellis Hoover visited lnr moth position with the Masonic Homo Journal, Louisville, came down Sunday to er, Mrs E C:.ubtreo, of Hartlord, last Visit his parents, Mr, aud Mrs. J. Y. wfk-cii'- l y singing There will bo an Hugerman. Mr. Hagermnn returned at Hie Church here Sunday. city Tuesday, to the Mrs. Z. II. Slm-merniall-da- Carson , (8L Co, Hartford, Kentucky. 100 PIECE -- OF- Miss Lucretln Buckner of Denver. Miss Virginia Lauterwasser went Dam, was the guest of Miss Elizabeth to Owensboro last Friday whero she Mr. Oscar Bishop, city, was lu Davidson, Monday and .Tuesday. underwent an operation for tonsilitis. Louisville laBt week-cnSho left tho hospital Monday and visMr. and Mrs. Clyde 'Crabtreo of Rock-por- t, ited relatives until yesterday when guests of Mr. sho returned to her home hero. wore tho week-en- d Plenty of fruit Jars, rubbers and and Mrs. E. Crabtree, of this place. can tops at ACTON BROS. Master Edwin Davidson went to Miss Mary Barnctt of Louisville, Horse Branch last Saturday to visit Me. nnd Mrs. it. E. Leo Simmer-ma- n were In Owensboro last Friday. was a guest of her undo, A. M. Bar-n- his uncle, Mr. P. H. Alford and fami. and family from Saturday lo ly nnd will go from there to Renfrow ' for a visit with another uncle, Mr. Sherman Pnrk, of Owensboro, Mr. Ira Arnold and family, before return was a guest of relatives In town this Get your Soybeans, Peas and ing to his homo here, week. Seed from D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Little Martha Mary Smith, wh6 Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, City,, Beaver Dam, Ky. makes her homo with her grandwith' relatives In 52t3 spent iast week-en- d parents, Squire and Mrs. W. P. RenNarrows. Mr. J. J, Russell and daughter, der, of Matanzas, Is spending the Miss Mabel of Echols, were visitors at week In Hartford with her father, Mrs. Josio Duke, of Dundeo, is Tuesday, wh'ilo onroute to Commonwealth's C. E. Attorney, week with relatives in this oMico spending this A(laburg. Smith and Mrs. Smith. 'Hartford, d. et V --, ' IJASEBAli IjIIRIEFS. ALUMINUM WARE values from $1.00 to $2.00 all going for The Cedar Grove team of Petre Cavo Wildcats, played their first game Sunday week with tho Paradise team In Muhlenberg County and returned victors by tho tunc of 11 to 9. It was a good fast game in spite of numerous errors. (These reports wero sent In last week too late to publish. lost to The McHenry Majesties Martwlck at Rockport Saturday 11 to 6. . The game was snappy, but was marred by much loose fielding. The Martwlck team dofeated the Rockport boys In the second game of a double header Saturday, 10 to 6. ,The Martwlck team need a drabbing.- Is $1.00Eacrt If you are in need .of any Cooking Utensils you can get beginning to your money's worth in this, assortment. :'' Miss Nettie Gillespie, after being, Mr. SL S. Actan of Suljihur Springs, absent a week of more, on account of was a visitor at this office Tuesday Illness, Is again in her placo at tbe while In town. Herald office. Mr. Nick Veacb, of Utlca, attended Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith nnd lltihe funeral of Mrs. S. S, May, at this tlo daughter, Mildred of Simmons, place, Monday. Davidson and wore guestB of Mr. ! 'i ; T ' " Carrie McKlnney,oI Stolons, waa'tno guest tbis week,ot .MJWar-th- a Carolyn Pate, City. "t .21 ' AiUs fcourene Collins of GrenYi Wednesday ;V.Bpe"ntifrbm Saturday, here with nor parents. lifts V , - iS? r tfry ' Mieaes Elizabeth anirBeulah.Moore. .,. city, spent1 'the ' Ith'Mn OwnBbdfo. ,',- ani attopuea ingrajwi yrf . Miss Maggie Brown, Mr. ;vLivermore. is visiting her aunt, Foster arid 'Mjf, Voster. Llttlo t Mr. and Mrs. Will Acton roturned to their home in Owensboro Monday, after spending a few days with Mr. ,; imdiMrateveEIUa pt; Hertford. . , 8 G FOR HAIiE Paflr good mules, ftOQ lbs, each, and 8 years old, weight wagon. New set of harness nnd road B. F. VANWINKLE, Roslnet'Ky. 2t2p; WANTED Experienced Salesman In Ladles & Mens Furnishing Goods '"Mr. J. A. Johnson.'wltb Bond Bros to travel in Ohio' and adjoining conn-ties- . or machine. Must have Decatur, AlaM arrived here. Subday to iphnd, a,fo,w dajp y H.U hla family and Write LOUH3VJLLE JOBBINCl'nOUSE, attend to 'buijiftai matters. 1171 S. h. St., 4, Louisville, Ky. ' Mrs.' Ellis Hoorer. of Barnett's Creek returned to hboine, Tuesday, We aro placed under renewed obli after pending, sevlfal dajs here with hor,uiotWM,vs. B. Crabtroo and Mr gation to our eoo,d friend Unele Wil Crab (ree. liam Keep for the receipt nof four big twi6ts of old tobacco, that Js.'hO'J Mrs. Joe i) Rogers and daughter, said two wero for myself and tho Mips uracooi unioago, in., urriveu iu other two for John Henry, but I says' Hartford last Saturday to mako an ex to myself, "Tins, they are all yours, tended visit with friends and rela- John'll 'never know It, besides he ' tives, hero and at other points In don't nded 'em. Ohio County and Kentucky. Mrs. Frank L. Felix, who baa been ) X?li 8uwefc.vl,l-bgiven nt Beda nt the Now Commercial durlne the t School uouso Saturday evening, July past several weeks, left Saturday fori 9. at 8 o'clock, for the benefit of the iitnsuaio, iu., wnore ana is ,ia muw TJeda Hand. The Band will furnish an extonded visit with her daughter, music for the occasion. The public Mre. C. B KnlBkern and Mr, Knis-jker- n ; Mr. Felix will remain here J3 invited. famlly-.Mondftj- . fQ Messrs. John May of Port Arthur, Texas; Maiihall May, of Fort Worth, Texas, and A. B. May and wife of Ky camp home to be present at the, f upepal and burial of tneir mother, Mrs. s. & .May, wmen occurred at this placo, Monday. The trick has been .turned: Beaver Dam 'took the chesty Island Station boys into camp Sunday In a twelve inn,lng battle 6 to 6. Stevens was on the mound for Beaver Dam ana leserved a elmt out. The 'score was ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. the Masons whiffing the air thruout Beaver Dam plays Morgantcrara Saturday. Both games orcr jS3C a2C tbe game. borne, cjash.' three, to nothing untij tho ninth ing inn- n favor of Beaver Dam, when , tho lead off man tor Island struck out and the fans set up a wild howl about a fouled third strike and tbe umps so declared and the batter succeed-- , ed In getting on base. When the smoke had cleared away Island had ied the score. Beaver Dam came back and make two more In the tenth and Island retaliated with two. The Beavers put over th6 winning tally in ihe' twelfth and held the Island boys scoreless. The fielding of the entire Beaver Dam Infield deserves honorable mention. They wro right ib&re with tho goods. ' The Fordsville "Lizzies" defeated e pitched the local River-sldeto a IP to 4' victory over the He had Masonville team Saturday. a world of stuff on the ball and bad Bozarth rs tbe Pattlevillo team Sunday 9 to 0. They laid It on Irvington Saturday 7 to 0. Tho Fordsville boys have a bunch of heavy stick 'men. ) ,t, ' , , , 1 Rockport team Monday 4 ioi 2. Thh game is the fastest game that has beea played on tho local diamond this year. Maddox gave tho fane an exhibition of some real base running. .Parrot was on the mound for the locals and pitched a good 'steady game, yielding but three bits'and not an earned run. Rcneer and Allen did the twirling' for Rockport, allowing but four hits and two earned runs. Pbelps did tbe rcelving for the locals and Hurst for Rockport. Phelps nabbed evor attempted theft and caught a ncn game, nurei nan-be- d every theft with the exception of thofA of pilfering Maddox. Burton starred in the field for Rockport. The game was a. battle from start to finish. The Majesties play Provo Saturday. .The Riverstders defeated tbe. fast at Riverside Beaver Dam "aniff HartSHcU. park? SundJir-- Too loco! icolored team lost tas Wat- tham Sunday, by. 9 to SBne was delayed by dlsaentionE xb putcs which, a fs usually tttc was wholly' unnecessary and. . aC i place, Rob R6y defeated Roefnai Sirtriflgr to 4, R08fne'and.GIua gbtsSiju tie game, 14o" 14,v Mestey. TXm MoHenry Grays olay Rosineaf&i'ar-- . 7 tomorrov. At press hour.yestcrdaj-tli- e Clre'-dat-es wero playing- - the: cowt&HMa: .Hartford 1st and 2nd teams; TCtxm-gr- et that wo aro unable orepoj;tanj5 It certainly must havo ...c a scream. game- - BLACKSMITH ALSO IN LfNE Farmer Discovered He Wai Not the Only One Who Was Taking Down Good Profits. To 0pen New Books, Teach lll0 clilltlren early how to llm- ,,cr llp of their new le i,.n(iinps i)0oUg. Do.t let tIlcnl crack ,i,e I)In,i. on ,ne'' ing open, to the ruin of the back. Rest "To buy some of that ,, ti,e ,)ook Dack down on n tnt,ie pork you were Just telling me about," , i,n,nnR the body of the leaves firm. nam Jiiggers, wim n grin. onpn firsf nnpn or ,wn nt ... front. pbla Ledger. tlien a few nt the back nnd so on till the volume lies easily open to the FUNGI THAT DAMAGE CANVAS center. A book put Into commission In this scientific fashion has a fair Frequently Within the Space of Three chance of long life, ' Months the Material Will Be high-priced While Tom Riggers, ttie village blacksmith, tolled over the plowshare brought In by old I'eter MuIIIik, the armor, the owner told nt length o llie remarkable success he had had with three litters of pips lie lind sold In market that day. "Now," said old I'eter, "them pips was lcs thnn eight months old; nnd tlicy brou cli t me ten cents a pound Why, Tom, or n little above only n few years apo them same pips would hnve fetched me only about linlf as much. I tell oti, Tom, the farmer i glttln' his harvest, now." Ry this time Blpgers had completed the sharpening of the share, and ho handed It to Peter. From n purte old I'eter took forth two dimes, the usuul price 'for such n Job, and dropped them Into the blacksmith's hand. "Say, Peter," observed nippers, "you,'ll have to come apaln. I clinrpe thirty cents since the first of the year! for sharpening that plow." "That's an outrage 1" sputtered old Teter. ''Why hnve you ralseM the price well-worn they ntter nre lrs varied, litit their volres nnd articulation nre fur more A crow's talk In the next liuninn. roo'n "'fly onslly he inlitnken for that or n person, riirrats lire the lcst imitators; tlmt Is to say, they nilmlc whistling nnd other noises, partlctilar-l- y toughing, to ndmlrntlon. It hn been remarked that their voices In speaking arc like tlmt of n crazy person. The Milkweed. The milkweed, a plant thnt lias a much lonper name than that, but one which would not be nearly as attractive for us to use. Is especially well- known In America. In the autumn when the pods have opened and there Is n brisk breeze, the wind carries their seeds far nnd near. Then the downy seeds are seen Hying like tiny airships almost everywhere, In search of n homelike growing place, where they may appear In the spring as tall, slender stalks. . Birds That Speak. Ravens, crows mid magpies nre nil better speakers tlinn parrots. They nre not so versatile nntl the sounds 'LAST BLOW AT CAPITALISM' "T rkichstao Judge Communists and nationalists in tho Lcnlne'i Beautiful Scheme Puts End to Oorman pnrllnmont recently reached All Possibility of Laying Away n point in their arguments where Any Money. words no longer sufficed nnd a real Among tho many strange fruits otjp'crap (but not a "scrap of paper") the war is the first national legislation u8 started on the floor. The mur-o- n record that frankly champions thel,lpr ot u Uavarlan socialist lender was frlICT,,tyir,,t being discussed when Hcrr Illttclmnn. ,' onlytindoslroble, I DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COUKT. II. W. Slack, Owensboto. Com'th. Attorney C. . Smith, Hartford. Clerk A. C. Torter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, BKAVL'R BAM. ,f 7 Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennsy. Clerk U. W. King. Police Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal H. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLK. MtllliriUHlOfc I j A""jpv' C Precious Wood Carefully Preserved. rnrest 0I " I'recious woous is Mnior W. Brouchton-Alcoek- of the 1nmander, a tree British army made some studies on snM to "e tI,e the fungi that cause black nnd brown w,llch,nSrows In Ceylon, where It Is reverent awe. The 'wood Is spots on canvas tents, awnings, etc., heM nnd that bring about n more or less beautifully mottled In veinlng when rapid destruction Of such articles. A Policed, but Its almost priceless value "s rarity. At note on the subject by J. Itamsbottom is due a Botl k!1 appears In Nature. The Investigations nMe tImo tlie ,recs wore inite plenti-wer- e cnrrled out partly in Malta, f, ln Ceylon, but only a compnratlve-whorfcw (specimens remain, nnd all these it Is said, awnings last only about a year. The principal dostruc. nro numbered nnd Jealously guarded government. ' live agents In the case of cotton and rT"'f- e ennvns were found to be' "" irg''f- Jjfacrosporlum and Stemphylium. The Lead and stee, ""Srarlntfoh In the color .of the spots Is , ls sal'1 to nct 1Ikp s'p " found to Fe dueto""the presTnc? o? other fungi In association with ,,,n,,iry temperntures In liquid nlr. It wl" Porvo ns n ,lf,1Ical WlnB. for the genera above mentioned. The "n,I1,c- ,T,,is elinvlorof soft signs of fungoid growth nppear the Inner shHof the roof poitions ,lc ,nc,,n,R ls Interesting. It shows how Important temperature Is Just of tents and marquees. Often within ,s soft, nml nfn high Uirce months pressure on the spots nIro" fungi leads to perforn- - rc( , color, jo lend Is dull nnd soft at made by the nr-temperature for It Is well tlon. or a strong wind causes tearing. nnl " Experiments showed that the AVilles-'0- 0 den (cuprammoolum) method and prevented the growth ratch treatment ' Wedding Superstitions. of the fungi. Scientific Americun. The popularity o'f .Imie for weddings Is due to the pretty omen that Juno " "a. Medical' Triumph. takes an especlnl Interest in mnrrlage operations on the and she protects nnil blesses nil who The successful train of epilepsy patients performed nro wedded In June. The girl who be by Dr. Vftilter C. Dnndy of Johns comes a bride on Christinas, day has v,u.- - nothing to MupKins uuhltmij, imu fear. If n widow' marries lis uurnnnra nave now neon vermcu n sw.oml tlnD ,n 10 ,,, mon(h ,n by a number of .other surgeons. When wl.ich"slm"w7s married before, she will ,n definite set of ill!.-- HUCCICU b(j -- ( ,.,,..- WJ0W twlce. In the epilepsy s: its, seizures, at- tacks, fits, convulsions or loss of conTunls Agricultural State. sciousness, as t 'may be called, tho disease can often bo traced to some The regency of Tunis, nnvlng Its fluid matter, scar or cyst which cov- - nortliern or Sledlterranenn limit In the era the section of the brain whoso same latitudinal position ns the state nerve fibers' lead jto the tongue or of North Carolina and, like North e In other words, the first olinn, .supporting nn estimated on record of nn epileptic who lost illation of 2,000,000 on nn area of y consciousness during the attack was about .r0,000 square miles, Is brought to pass by Doc- - ly nn agricultural country, deriving Jts tor Dandy, t wealth from farm nnd mine. I Made Useless. Je '' e, te flax-mad- -- - ex-flr- st n latlc v '"L0.1-- -- ufw Car-finger- s. pop-cur- essential-triumphantl- 'S?!J:F??sn " Given the Leavings. At the close of formal dinners ln your expression is slm- - Japan tbe guests nre presented with ply splendid, but the time is very poor nny meat they may have failed to eat. your pants nre far too long." However great or small tli quantity From Ideas, London. . jtu.y may hnve left, It Is carefully n'rnpped up, nnd they nre expected to Dried Flies for Flstf 'take It home. Brooklyn Eagle. A New York firm recently Imported three tons of dried flics from South' Nutmeg Once a Perfume, America. They were for feeding youna ' fishes; nnd have found a ready sale to ' In olden times the Indies" In Kng-fls- h culturlsts. land used nutmegs us a perfume. Tho The United States fisheries bureau nutmegs were set In sliver nnd 100 pounds of them, for an ex- - mented with pearl nnd precious stones, pertinent, but results seemed to show and hung from n lady's belt liken mod-th. liver was better grub em for uahy trout. On a diet of liver they grew inster, nna a larger percentage of them survived. Insect Mother's Sacrifice. The Inst net In the life of the femiita Highest Mountain In Idaho, cochineal Insect Is to lav a larpe num. tiynumnn penk is the only nnmed her of eggs, upon which her dead body mountain in Idaho that rises above rests, protecting them from the 0 feet It stands near the lug rays of tlw sun until the little ones iiuuiivvyuoii;! un ana nns a emerge. neigni or J2,U7 reet. There nre, how. ever, several unnamed peaks near Byndman penk whose elevations are The Human Touch Lacking. greater than J2.000 feet, as shown by A wav is mid to have been found the contours on the Halley topocranhlc for waslilnc linen bv eleetricltv. In map, published by the United States future patrons will have to teur the iccologlcal survey. buttonholes themselves.- - -- Punch, Lon- - Talked Like a Tailor. The members of the choir were practicing the nnthem "As tho Hart 1'nnts After the Water Ilrooks." The rendering of the open stages apparently not quite to the satis- of the gentleman who wielded baton. He considered It necessary, there- fore, to tender some advice to the 1enors,hn(l caused great consternntlon nnd not n little emhnrrassment among his Hock by the following announce-- . ,r The Sunflower In Russia.' Sunflower cultivation lias become nn industry ln southern Itussla, where the people have found the seeds a substl-wn- s n tute for olives In mnklng oil. The slan eats the kernel. An acre of sun-th- e flowers yields about CO bushels of seeds, and these In turn yield more than 00 gallons of oil. Itus-factio- '"'"" "Gentlemen, iilly, I i J orna-boug- ht d scent-bottle- burn-32.00- ! A Stickler. "They say Wombnt Is a man who If Insistent about getting his money's Never Fined for Speeding. worth." "TlumbleueM. may drive unto a fine," "Yes, he'd put In n vacation count- says Shukespenre In "The Merchant of ing lho Thousand Wands." Louisville Venice." Must mean for obstructing '. Courier-Journa- l. tho truffle Boston Transcript. don. Boattlng. And Not Be Blue. "I was nt a banquet where Seunfoi "When you know a man to be yellow Hording fipoke.H "Shuck-H-i I've sat with him oa IjJji It Is Just us well to druw tbe color line. Cartoons Magutlne. .front porch." FIBOAIi COURT. County Board ot Examiners: E. S. Meets first Tuesday ln April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdio Midkiff an& AMKItlCANS BACK October. Ira Jones. IX UMVEllSITIK 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Kouto 3. TO WALK ACROSS COUNTRY 17th. Students from America have begun 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear er Dam. EXAMINATIONS Famous Swiss Pedestrian Will Make to reappear In the German universities, especially at Berlin where a doz- Qrd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Exhaustive Study of Men and en are enrolled. Tho favorablo ex- 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towCommon School Diploma May 14 Conditions In America. change rate makes It much cheaper nnd 1G at Hartford, Beaver Dam Dr. Maximo Leuret, the Swiss globe- for the American student than before 5th District "W. C. Daucherty.Uaiie-tow- n. nnd Fordsvllle.. trotting walker, recently nrrlved in tho war. It is said that the AmeriMny 21 and 22 County Teachers' tills country. Dr. Leuret, n graduate cans have found nothing to complain Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). In medicine of the University of Berne, May 2S and 29 County Toachors has trod the humble path of the pedes- of at the treatment received from 7th District B. P. nice, Fordavllle. trian through soinu 31,000 miles ln cither German students or professors. 8th District B. C. Rboades, Hart Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 5. June 18 and 19 County and State Europe nml the two Americas, ob- The subjects most popular are ecoserves the Boston Transcript. .Since nomics, history and political sclnce. Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle HARTFORD. he started his walking campaign in a (White). Mayor J. E. Bean. 1014 he has worn out over 100 stout PKAY FOB KXCHAXTEIl CITY Juno 25 and 2G County and Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. nnd .well-madpnlrs of shoes 102, to Teachers' Examination at Hartford, - -- -. ...-,- . bcTexnet. T!ft-s- Police Jtfdge C. M. Crowe. The whole vlllag of Muhchnk in (Colored). Seeking new worlds to conquer Dr. Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept. 17 and IS County and State East Prussia is excited by the story of Leuret now proposes to walk across of gold in the Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT the" continent from New' York to San an enchanted city mountains, and tho people flock in (White). Chni'n. Board W. G. Her. Francisco. Moreover, It Is n Sept. 24 and 25 County nnd Stato Clerk N, H. Bratcher. affair with the distinguished crowds to pray for Its deliverance Swiss pedestrian. Spurning a wnlk- - from the sleep which has lasted 2000 Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Police Judgo S. L. Fulkerson. lag trip with all expenses paid, ho Is years. A wood-cutte(Colored). tho town Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. determined to earn the expenses of drunkard, told the people that thrco nis transcontinental venture by such good spirits had revealed tho place . occasional and temporary Jobs as mny ,0 hlm nn nnr'eA Vi Itil t r nf Ttrt(vn fl happen to turn up. ,l . ,i prayer .ur,BnuB lo ,,Bnl lne , uui"s """ Dr. Leuret will meet nnd study In freo the clt'- - Tne B1(1 of ,the cl,y their homes and vlllnges nil the types Anyone who ex- -, Kir thnt make up the great American is to be the reward. fnmlly. He will learn by actual con- - presses doubt ls beaten. tnct, and not by rendlifg a geography, I tho country's .topographical features. SKULL AND RABBITS FOR PFRSONAI UVCllVHt? STILL UXRKLIVKItr.Il Kz. Dluolvcd tn water for douches atop? Odd Beer Labels.. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamIn certain American circles where Tho German govomment has Ismation. Recommended by Lydia E. bottled beer would tendlly circulate Finkham Med. Co, for ten years. ns money, If the laws wero more oblig- sued a statement enumerating tho arA healing wonder for catarrh, ing, immedlnte approval will greet the ticles delivered to the allies under the sore throat and sore cye nn! Economical. i treaty, but it admits Hil cltraordizury rlea&fina and imrnrl.1 mwr bite achievement of nn Austrian brew- terms of tho ISkjIo Free. 50e. dmipiu, rr m.roiJ I ery. " failure to hand over tho COO, 000 rab VimiI. ThtPiltooToafltil Company. Dortou. Mam. byJ A Safe Old Fashioned This concern hnppens to be the bits and several thousand partridges, "Krone' " brewery, nnd that name proml3e(i Remedy for Worms t0 France and Belgium. The menns "crown" In German AKo the Seventy. fiveyearacontin. excusomade WBB that the birds and present cost of such n lnbel ns tho uouuse ia the best The brcworv 1ms liccn n.nstltiir nn lis linf, bunnies refused to be caught. FREY'S VERMIFUGE sku11 of a former sultan of Turkey tied product Is 10 Swiss centimes can offer you. Sit) Keep a bottle always on approximately 2 Americun cents In was also promised to tho king of hand. It will help keep times. . Jaz but no delivery has been made the little onea healthy But tho brewery is now cutting down tW ancient astronomical Instruments IfuO and happy. expenses nnd delighting connoisseurs stoen from China during the Boxer 30cabottleatyourdnJCfitaor general atore; or il your dealer by decorating each quart bottle, with 'robolllon wer0 returned to that coun- cn'l iiipplyyou.tend Manama IIUIU Ul U CObl Ot i'a Succeed when everything else fails. il and 30c in ataropa and we'll try. It was about time. lend you a botila promptly. centimes, In nervou prostration and female i weaknesse LiS. FREY. Eiluaore. KL R.,they are the supreme wmi if remedy, at thousands have testified. KINDS GOLD OX FARM "Gone Are the Old Days." FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND Wo nr nit slnvps. WrlKt worn tnnrln STOMACH TROUBLE for manacles. One day back, at the' Doposits of gold and silver wero it is the best medicine ever cold desk after a vacation nnd we me discovered by Barnard Smith while over a druggist's counter. going through all the old motions with ) digging po3t holes on hie farm near ns much facility us If there never had Emmetsburg, Iowa. A test of tho ore WILL been a Inpse Into Elysium. Yea, the revealed that it contained ?20 to $40 TAKE pen ls mightier than the mnshle, the worth a ton. A large section of tho INDIANA GROWERS typewriter more potent than the racquet, and ns for llie "call of the country along the Des Moines river PLEDGE TOBACCO wild," Its "urge" Is not comparable s underlaid with gravel beds ln which with the Information that "the boss gold and silver are found. A Treilmenl Veray, Ind., July 2. The first orwants to see you." It was all very ganization meeting of tho proposed for WEAK: BUYS AIR OVER BUILDING fine while It lasted. But Its purposo marketing association was to make tho hnrness feel a bit LUNGS or for hurley tobacco held outside of lighter. ' And unless you hud a vocaln order that tho windows on one Kentucky resulted here today ln the CONSUMPTION, tion, there could not be such thing as side of a building ln Jackpledging of 103,000 pounds ot tobacn vacation. Cincinnati Times-Stasonville, Fla., should not be shut off co and the formation of a tentative feeling1, from air and sunshine, the owners county organization. A quick relief for, that tired, Side Whiskers In London. coufha, pana In cheat, oltht aweati. hemor bought for a large sum "all tho air" The London exquisite ls doing his Charles Danner, Switzerland Coun- ibiget, weak luori or conauraptlon. If it data 20 ! kelp y it coals yea aothlat. best to cultivate side whiskers, a fash-Io- over an adjoining slto from a level 0 ty, was made chairman for tho county The deed Lock box 016 thnt was somewhat frowned upon feet, above tho ground. and a meeting for next Saturday to OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBIM O n few years ago when Lord Rocksov-ag- e gives the owner all tho air, with its complete the organization was decidattempted its resurrection. But "oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and any that was in the days bofore the war, other properties discovered or yet to ed on . Stanley Reed, Maysville, Ky memnnd probably It Is ns a change from be discovered, light and transparenber of tho Organization Committee regulation military mustache of cy the ln sunshine or rain." As a con- addressed tho meeting. Much enthuthe last five or six years that British sequence, the structure which was to young men of, today nre growing tuf u 2G0 growers property will be siasm was shown by tho of hair ln front of their ears wtth most havo occupied the who attended the meeting. confined to a small business building hideous result. R. M. Baker, Carrollton, Ky., pre20 foet high. sided. Accidents Take Heavy Toll. m BORES IIOLK THROUGH PIN Every year 11,037,000 persons are If you feel "blue," "No account", Humans, an hurt In various kinds of accidents, and Tho skill of Wllllnm 100,000 ore killed. That's according expert watchmaker and inventor of lazy, you need a good cleaning out. 1 to the statistics of tho health nnd Cambridge, Mass., was well demon- IJerblno is the right thing for that underwriters' conference. The strated by his recent feat of drilling purpose. It stimulates tbe llvor, figures are averages. The Insurance up tho stomach and purifies the a hole lengthwise through a common tones reeltrtglit all tho time. Don't lay eft m?n soy tho "personal carelessness 60c. Sold by Ohio from work for days by taking calomel pin. Mr. Humans worked on tho bowels. Price of the American is to blame" and that m when pleasant U- - Vir-La- x keeps yo principle of the telephone about the County Drug Co. speed ls the present plague. on your feet, whllorclievingyour troub, same timo as Bell. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dont GRACEFUL GRAFTING Tpo Quiet r tako anything else. You can't afford HIGHEST PLACE "Enjoy your vacation?" it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By If you lose your tcm and relieves constlpatioa London, July 2. IN RHODE ISLAND A nat"Not much. Went to one of those thumb by accldont It may bo satisfac- ural remedy, natural in its actions, but advertised quiet little pluces where in its effect and certain in results. It you can get a gooJ rest." The highest polut in Rhode Island torily replaced by your big too. A won't be lone beforo VfiZ "Didn't like It?" French surgeon has performed the completely displace calomel in ever Is Durfeo Hill, in Providence County, u bit. It was reully quiet," "Not which is 80B feet abovo sea level, ac- operation with complete success. Tho home.( Children can take it freely aw cording to the United Slates Geolo- pationt, however, must roraaln for a with perfect safety. Every bottle guar-antee60c and $1 in bottles.. Nona Ifl Survey, Department of the In- fortnight with hiB hand attached to genuine without the likeness and nlgn' If we could only shed u few gical tod ls completely tare of L. K. Gricaby, For Bale by terior. Tbe average elevation of the his foote before the profltma I severed. I. M. Wqj.THM. . HixtCor MM Stato is approximately 200 feet. n. e r, 1 Inspired stntcsnieii of the Soviets. They nro Issuing n new currency that's guaranteed to be specific euro for nil the ills of capitalism. A different series of notes comes out each month and every .sifles has n different color. Besides n glorious Innovation In finance is brought to pass through the proviso thnt every note becomes null, void, Invalid, nbsolutely worthless nt tho expiration of the month for which It was emitted. Itcsult: The social millennium I All July wages, sataiy, profits, or Income received in pnle green July currency must be paid out by July 111. It can't be exchanged after thnt date for tho glowing pink of August's Issue; nnd, furthermore, It will seldom be accepted at Its full fnte value, even In July, by any concern not thoroughly soviet- Ized. Thus all of Comrade Lenlne's olllcJnl, commercial, Industrial, or undertakings are assured of ample savings, the creation of capltnl becomes thenceforth impossible. New York Evening Post. , ngrl-cultur- al news from Copenhagen, been promulgated' by yes, of course by tho If 1ms 'would iiu.it GOOO ICUIW1, 1 UIMill bo a good thing for Bavaria lUli lllllb IV communists were lined up nnd shot. Two socialists sprang for him nnd thcro was a lively scrimmago until other members pulled tho fight crs apart. The socialists always pretend thnt they aro paciflBtlc, but when put to tho test they nro nioro fistic than pacific. t 1XSUIIGKXTS LKAVK SILESIA Botli Poles and Germans hnvo begun tho withdrawal of their troops from tho disputed territory of Upper Silesia, in accordance with tho agreement reached with tho inter-alllc- d nnd commission. British, French other allied troops began tho occupation of tho territory, which will be hold by them pending a final settleNo arms were surrendered ment but both sides of the dispute agreed to keep off. Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonoi. 1st Monday in March II days Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcs8lnter. 1st Monday ln May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant' Pollard. 1st Monday in July 1) days Civil. Com'th. and IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRICSHXX YKAIt. Civil. 4th Monday In November U days County Board ot Education E. 9. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COUB.T. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Meets first Mondny In each monlU. Itouto C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo- County Att'y. A. D. Kir. Div. No. 3. Claud Uonfrow, DunClerk W. C. Blankensblp. , Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. GofT, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv, No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver-DaD. B. Ward. Tax Commissioner Surveyor C. S. Mozloy. Dlv. No. C Nat Lindloy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Hodgors. " ......, I Every Woman Wants) Mothers use , W lIFreyS j Veraufo& fy cj teiti-moni- al Hed-norm- al lectrio o m ittors nBijaaHM YOIK OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 15-sto- ry r. .yi USE LI V-VER-LAX FORGONE MONTH n For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. nt ax A d. FARM DEPARTMENT. Method nf Making n Lnwn In u t'ollego, who reports a prlco of $1.50 I per bushel on tho first car of sweet WVokti. A now, quick nipthail of establish J potatoes shipped from tho now cur ing stands of sod on lawns, and more ing plant of tho Farmers' Potato Curespecially on golf grens whoro tho ing Co., which was built Inst fall. At grass gets severe tinngo, linn beon digging tlmo tho fanners could havo worked out liy liutnulnta of tho U. sold theso potatoos on tho local marS. Department of AKricuIture. llcnt ket for CO or GO cents por bushel. In grasses, which grow from runners, loading tho car It was found that the nro principally used In tho method. A potatoes wcro kcoplng In good shape. quantity of healthy sod Is stripped at Loss than 2 per cent of them wcro n depth of approximately 1 V& Inches, found to bo damaged. In Jefferson County On., tho counwhich gathers In most of the grass roots with nH lilt lo dirt as posslhlo. ty agent says 500 bushels of sweet Tho sods nro run thru a feed cutter potatoes wcro shipped from tho curper crate, f, o. which Is so arranged as to silt them ing house at $1.37 Into ribbons nbout 2 Inches wldo nnd Ii. Louisville, and less than 1 por cent tho ribbons aro ohredded by hand, woro damaged. Tho Lenoir County, leaving a mass of grass roots. Tlicso N. C, agent reports visits to two houees. Ono contained roots aro tftiwcd broadcast on tho o-storage ground, which has been carefully pre- 800 bushels nnd tho other was a house. Doth storage men pared by plowing nnd harrowing; nnd if a golf green is dclrcd It Is said they had less than 1 per cent of usual'y covered "about an mob deep bad potatoes. In Louisiana, St. Landry. Parrish, 1,100 barrels of klln-drlnnd rolled potatoes cold at $4.50 per barFor ordinary lawns il 1)33 been found sutllclont to broadcast tho sod rel. Another man In tho samo disshreds and harrow or disk them In. trict was unable to sell his potatoes, for ?3. Uy this method a good stanJ of sod which woro not hoen sLtnlned In as shot-- ' a tlmo Tho first man remarked after ho hnd has as three weeks. Tho uixlhot hiU mado the sale, "No more cotton for boon used on golf courses turnout mo." In Allendale County, S. C, tho country. A green of the public tho county agent stated that cured golf courso In Potomnc Park, Wash- potatoes wore furnished to a large ington D. C, prepared in this manner, hotel all thru tho fall and gavo en-tlsatisfaction. is regarded no one of tho finest In tho country. In ovory homo whoro thero Is a baby there should also bo n bottlo of Diiiiih Hold Soil From .Small Uriisli McGee's Daby Elixir. It may he WjisIiIiiw Away. any tlmo to correct sour big problems that exten- needed at One of tho stomnch, wind colic, dlnrrhoa or sumsion workers aro giving their nton-tlo- n mer complaint. It Is a wholesome to this year Is saving soil, acremedy, contains no opium, morphlno cording to extension specialists of any . .,- - or injurious drug of',ottl - kind. Prico ino UIUIUII allies wwiiunniiviii. Sold by ''" cJer rkulture In. many notions et the m """" every ct-;- '" Central and Western States fort Is bplng mado by extension work- AMERICAN SAILORS IN ers to provont washing nnd oroslon of FIGHT WlTirillUTlSII soil by bulrdlng dams or placing A roprcseri-tatlv- o brush heaps In gullies. clash occurred beA largo-size- d of the department who returntween Hrltlsh and American sailors ed recently from southwestern Ne- In the streets of Hongkong over tho braska gives tho following as an ex question of "who won tho war?" Af-done thero IS'mv potatklln-drled, ro BOTH PARTIES Passengers "Pussies'In - IN GOOD LUCK 4444vv4444444444444444444 Auto and Odoriferous Alike 'Vent on Their WSy Rejoicing. An unusual slRht wns witnessed Inst week on the mail to Onset. A party wero ' nutolng to of ISrnrktonlntis nounioliiirst mill on the rond this sdo of Onvet there suddenly nppenred n blnrk nnd whlto patch. Tho machine nppronrhod tlio spot lit a fust rate nnd ns It drew urnrpr the mnss straight-one- d out Into n line nrross tho road. There wns n gnip nf nstonlshment nnd of dlwmuy, nWo, for the muss proved to bo a mother o CALL ON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In, x cd skunk lending four little ones across the street. They wore moving very slowly, so slowly Indeed that It wns Impossible to stop tho car before It reached them. Admonitions of "Don't hit them" wero not necessary to the driver of the machine, but he wns wondering how he was going to nils them. As luck would have It, the mother skunk from the Just then Topnrntrd hw-'-'four little ones nnd the machine passed right over her without hnnn-lu- g n hnlr nf the odorous hnltnnl. The passengers, looking brick, saw the mother polocnt huddled In the road, whiles her offspring bad turned nnd wore strenklng It ncross the highway nnd over tho railway trucks Into the friendly bushes. They were right In the path of nn approaching 'trolley car, but negotiated the retreat without n eiiHiiiilty. Probnbly the unharmed hut dazed mother rejoined her little Hock Inter. Hud the auto nnd the tjkuiiks met In collision It must have cast a gloom over subsequent proceedings for the car and Its cargo. Brockton Knterprlse. f For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEED'S, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN" STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You DID SEEM LIKE LAST STRAW According to Discouraged One There Was About Nothing to Do But "Up and Die." oC HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. "';- They were talking the city govern-men- t. y "They nil work together," one mnn complained. "First they let the trusts put up the price of coffee nnd ten till n poor mini can't nfford to drink 'em any more. Then the milk companies get nfter us nnd put milk out of our reach. Then comes prohibition nnd we can't buy beer at nil. Thought tbC limit wns reached than, didn't you'" ".Sure." said the Idle Person, "they party slsted In building ID small brush to hunt up a llko number of British haven't thought of anything more to do, Imve they?" lani3 in a large ditch on a farm nnd sottlo tho qustlon. The leader "But haven't thoy, though?" bitterwhere largo amounts of fertile soil found 14 British sailors In a saloon, ly replied the discouraged one. "Don't wero being washed away. H March off an equal number of Ameri- you rend the papers? When there's told of thin year tho ditch was filled with cans and announced that the question eoll. Following this demonstration would lie settled there and then. "We nothing else left to drink but wnter, this blusted city government suddenly many farmers in the neighborhood, at onco proceeded to decorate tho wakes up nnd raises the price of wawho had been watching tho outcomo Britishers, ho admitted, "and the ter. What chance has n poor man to DKAGO DOCTRINE'S work, built brush AUTHOR IS DEAD of tho light ended when police whistles were live, tiuyhow?" In wssMouts on their farms. dnms was fined $50 blown." The leader Tlfo representative reports that In The Time of Heather. tin ... i.v Dr. Luis M. Drago. author of tho Iowa. . The moors are purple with henther , Kansas. Missouri. Nebraska. ,lflnrlnt? " or more strictly speaking with ling, celebrated Drago doctrine, died at workers and Indiana tho extonslon ' Buenos Aires. When three warships for by this time the real are holding soil service meetings and occurred at Shanghai Is pretty pearly over. A fight-alsfmm thrnn Euroneaa Inations ap are be demonstrations, nnd fanners between American sailors .and JaHeathers of different kinds inhabit peared oft the coast of Venezuela ing taught to make ueo of soli our panese. Tho Americans playing In the high moorlands all tho world over, some years ago to collect debts owed veys. Uhe streets set off firecrnckors nnd in America, Africa nnd Asln, ns well by the nation to Individuals in Europe Europe. hurt some pedestrians. This brought as In flourishing Our own ling mny be Dr. Drago promulgated the doctrine seen In Newfoundland nnd Homer Establish New Reeonl Flight uarrcl with Japanese sailors also In New England. that the collection of private loans Tim hmnlnir niceons. brod and own and civilians which resulted In a i Most people regnrd heather simply by military means was a potential od by tho Bureau of Animal Industry. fl ht an(, ,njury to severai Tho af from tho aesthetic standpoint, nnd occupation and therefore a violation Afrlrill1I..HA.I OIUICD tlAtinvt innnl nt ..n..-.- .- i;fm. ttt...i UU1IUU never give a thought to Its vnrled uses. fair was soon over. Bolts-vlllture, at the Government farm, But every year there fs much cutting Md have established a record Doing hard work in a bent or of heather for tho purpose of broom .. t.fl during the. past three years which BlOOpen IKISUJUII jJUia a ouiwu In Inn- making. Henther again. Is nn excelin wmBegin- - , , , ut.imla nlnnn nnil unonualled. if iu, ,uonino lent mntrlnl for thntchlng purposes, ""- D""""w DUCK llllll. IB 11UI1IIU1. il nnd nlng with 1919, tho year in which tho beconio strained, you can't get will properly put on n heather thatch .. hist n century. John o London's lin llnltRVille .nl.llolin.l WlUHIIDH-'" IfliL Vl of It without help. Tho great Weekly. rid won first nnd second In tho penetrating power of Ballard's Snow folrds o 100-iniand first in tho Liniment will appoal to you most Which Stone Is Dest? .young bird races as well as best aV' strongly at such times, because ft Is It I strange Hint, after nil these cenof from 100 to orago speed In flights Pr,ce 25c turies of building nnd rebuilding, n ren(J0d m ii ouu Jiiiicn. in mon hn lilrrls frnm COc. nnd $1.20 per bottle, Sold by cent project Jn London should set on " " m foot n lively controversy as-twhat this loft won first, second and third Ohio County Drug Co. e really is tho stono which best withand first, second nnd In tho o stands that city's ntmospliere. Perrace. In 19.21 LIE RESULTS IN DEATH third in the haps n generation hence the answer thoy won first, second, nnd third in will lie none, says the London Chronis, COO mile oldblrd both tho 400 rtnd Because, Mrs. T. Foran of cle, nnd the concreto sys-Jeand best avorngo speed of tho wnu,eo told her husband' a burglar now on Its trial will havo estabRacing Pigeon Club and nad 8t0lcn $20 which sho herself lished Itself. Washington Portland stone hns been National City Concourso Association xa taken to buy a dress for her claimed generally was that city's most nusplce3 tho races wero child, thoy aro both In Jail charged useful building stone, but there nre under whose , with tho murder of Joseph Wanisor doubters now, nnd the conclusion tlown. In 1919 there wore 33 lofts com- - as tno "burglar." Mrs. Foran was seems to be that !cleneo nlone can potlng In 1920 35 lofts, and in 1921'afrajli to ask her'hushand for the counteract the ravages of London's by nrtlllrlnl coating of exi over 40 lofts comprising tho best nionoy and had taken It from a box posed fnces nf tho stone. of tho best breeders In all of wi,ero ho had hidden it. To strongth-Washlngtobirds This record of first and on nor story she pointed out a man I. Soldier Cashed as a Note. tn0 "burglar" and .Foran running second and first, second and third in A soldier presented himself at the nil races from 100,to D00 miiles was attor ulin ai,0t nnd killed him. coinmohwealth Ucnsury, Melbourne, won separately by Individual birds Australia, nnd wild: "I .am n 20 nolo When you feol lazy, out of sorts mid want to Jo cashed." Ho stilted .and has never been equalled by any homing pigeon breeder In tho District and yawn a good deal In tho daytime, that he luid Hwhllowed the note at torpid when he expected to be of Columbia or vicinity, which not you can charge it to. asystem toliver FleuibalxHe got remembered the number, proves tho superiority of tho which has allowed tho only Herblne cures all and the note In question turned out to Beltsvllle birds, but is a tribute to tho full of impurities. he the only ono missing from n parability and untiring efforts of Mr. A. disorders produced by an Inactive ticular lrfsuc whlrh had been recalled. charge of tho Uvor. It strengthens that organ, The Jocobson, who bus full nii.ii was given u nuw nolo. Cencleanses the bowels and puts tho tral Kews. ljreodlng and frnlnlng. system In good healthy condition. Prlco 6Qc. Sold by Ohio County Drug i OvrrbimloiuMl The drcatest Cotton Sheds. Vuriii Wonii-iIll . The largest cotton storage sheds In it... intrmliinHmi nf CoillDanV. l,,u in auvotuuuti -I ho world nre being erected nt Hull, dovlces wherever possi- labor-savin- g Uiighind. These accommodate fiO.OOO AVANTS T6 TKV KAISKK farm household, Miss Floriilo In tho bales at one tlmo under Ideal condidopartment of ag onco Ward of tho Ino Senator Duplantier created a com tions. Thero nro all fncllltles for riculture declares that spection of' the cotton In the best light parliament by among farm women Is the gre.ucsi motion In tho French removing niiy particular demniiding to be informed as to what nnd also for bales regardless of their position In of country Ilio- - tlne told menace the government intends to do to bring tho pile. This Is done by n remark-abl- e members of tho Congressional club ui uu.. ...., pleco of lnt'cliunlsm recently Intins uur- - wiu joruit:. Washington trial for crimes against humun.ty. Ho vent til. c .d. domunded an Innnedlnto discussion of Still to Be Considered. Better the uuestlon and many senators back- Cured Kviect 'itSwM HrliiK "Of course you nru In favor of womup. When Premier Drland however, he qulted en vot'ng." aurlng of owoet potatoes to prevent faced the sonnto. "I'm in fnvor of votes for women," by stntlng thaftwo yonrs ' In the demand replied Mr. Meekton. "But I expect spoilage is HvlnK fcood results armistice Wllnelm could the declD.'nii will rest entirely with o'couluV nlent of hardiy he tried like th, others nt t ein us to whether or. not they take of t polls," Ag- - Leipzig "without some slight Incon- I tho trouble to go U te States Department of 1 Stato Agricultural Yonlence" culture and the Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED t t r7-,2rz!r- j: HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t i i soil-savin- g i.nm.. ,,,,, of tho American policy as expressed by tho Monroe doctrine. The Drago doctrine became known all over the world. bell-heath- can Legion announced that Russell C. Grqss of Philadelphia was the first man called by the draft board after Bergdoll failed to respond. Gross was kllled"ln the Argonne after being Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea cited tor bravery in action, and in Remedy. his honor tho Overbrook post of This medicine always wins the good Philadelphia will change its name-topinion if not the pralso of those who hero. that oMhe " use it. Try It when you havo need, m' of such a remedy. '-- - ' cn FALLEN HERO FILLED BERGDOL'S PLACE After an Investigation, the' Amerl- -' K1H CASTORIA Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S o. .... ..i..i ltl. i"- - 200-mll- lo -- 200-mll- "OliBoy! Aii this line life!!' LIKE my job. BUT DAYS do como. WHEN 8KIE3 aro blue. I 300-mll- AND EVERY IN A while. . onca Mil-race- ui ROLL OVER. OR MAYBE ABOVE THE city smoko. AND BREEZES stir. . v sit and think. BUT MOST likoly. THE PAPERS on my desk.. AND THEN I think, JUST SIT. AND EVERY onco. IN A whilo I'd n. WHAT IF I were boss. I I would-do- . light " ONE' OF my Chosterflolda. AND OH Boy. I I'D OPEN shop. AT TWELVE o'clock. AND CLOSE GUESS that wouldn't J at ono. - SATIS FY ' cap-lure- d. WITH ONE hour ofT. t FOR LUNCH, and I. WOULD GET old Sam. TO RUN mo out. IN HIS big six. AND DROP mo off. UNDER A greenwood jSK. S7, A ! " -O- tree.' a cig- -, nrette as Chesterfield for stcadj company I Just as mild and smooth as tobaccos can be bub with a mellow "body" that satisfies even cigar smokers. On lazy days "or busy ones all theiima you want this aatisfy-smoko- ." Have you teen the neut AIR- - TIGHT tint of SO? COMPANIONSHIP? DESIDE.A babbling brook. AND THERE I'd Ho. ovor-iatigu- iL llir. cd-hl- JESSE, to-th- iwjp CIGAR-JHTTE- S Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. .mm w m&mmjm M OTH ANNUAL - I m ITOfiflfy Wfr nB JRJhAb H He H July Ending Saturday Jwly 23rd. ... w m -- flr 1Ta?iv wilHw manv items., to fret. Rip Bargains,, and it is well worth a visit tn nnr stw -is am unusual r&nnnW-unit., rjr anrkiirrVi qpa ttW$1 C.X, nrftf licfAtrl 5m mm" rtflTterl fUBiotatinns., hilt whirh are nlr,5rfriv enmiarh nnrJ rhiaan w.VMg.., frr mcwil. .. . r-- " J M.wMh, TOttM. &, TThicti ..,,.. - 3Dur attention. Prices quoted herein cover only our present stock of articles mentioned. None of the goods quoted will be renewed for any one. First come, first served, and as each item is disposed of it will end the sale of that particular article. Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Ladies' and This stock consists of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Men's Shoes and Furniture. We have gone through our stock and gathered all odds and ends together, and these will 'he disposed of as"Special Bargains. Ready-to-Wea- r, ."Men's and Boys' Clothing $32.00 28.00 24.00 20.00 16.00 Men's and Boys Slippers $10.00 Slippers, Sale Price $8.00 Slippers, Sale Price $7.50 Slippers, Sale Price $6.50 Slippers, Sale Price $6.00 Slippers, Sale Price $5.00 Slippers, Sale Price $4.00 Slippers, Sale Price $3.50 Slippers, Sale Price $3.00 Slipers, Sale Price $2.50 Slippers, Sale Price $8.00 6.00 6.00 5.20 5.00 4.00 3.25 3.00 2.50 2.00 Silk Dresses $25.00 Dresses, Sale Price $20.00 Dresses, Sale Price $15.00 Dresses, Sale Price . Furniture $20.00 16.00 12.00 e, N JBig selection consisting of Blue "Serge, Staple Worsted, Palm Beach and Mohair. 340.00 Suits, Sale Price S535.00 Suits, Sale Price 30.00 Suits, Sale Price 425.00 Suits, Sale Price 320.00 Suits, Sale Price Carpet Department 'Men's Odd Pants' '410.00 'S S.00 7.50 $ J6.50 Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price $ fi.00 Pants, Sale Price ? 5.00 Pants, Sale Price "$ 4.00 Pants, Sale Price S 3.50 Pants, Sale Price 5 3.00 Pants, Sale Price $ 2.50 Pants, Sale Price $8.00 6.40 6.00 5.00 4.70 4.00 3.20 2.75 2.50 2.00 Men's Hats and Caps $5.00 Hats, ale Price $3.50 Hats, Sale Price $3.00 Hats, Sale Price $3.50 Caps, Sale Price $3.00 Caps, Sale Price $2.50 Caps, Sale Price $2.00 Caps, Sale Price $1.50 Caps, Sale Price . $1.25 Caps, Sale Price $4.00 3.00 ' $45.00 Rug, 9x12, Sale Price . . .$38.00 33.00 $40.00 Rug, 9x12, Sale Price $30.00 Rug, 9x12, Sale Price . . . 24.00 $25.00 Rug, 9x12, Sale Price . . . 20.00 $10.00 Rug, 9x12, Sale Price . . .r 8.00 $17.50 Rug, 9x12 Congoleum sale Price 14.00 $ 5.50 Rug, Matting 5.00 $ 3.50 Rug, 27x54, Sale Price... 3.00 ,2.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 ,. Men's Dress Shirts $7.50 Silk Shirts, Sale Price $6.5i) Shirts, Sale Price .. Prices made to clean out our entire stock of furniture. $60.00 Dresser-RobSale Price. $50.00 $50.00 Dresser-RobSale Price 43.00 Four-Piec-e One Queen Anne Dining Room Set, $175.00, Sale Price . 135.00 $40.00 Dressers, Sale Price .... 32.00 $30.00 Dresser, Sale Price 24.00 $10.00 Rocking Chairs Sale Price 8.00 $8.00 Rocking Chairs, Sale Price 7.00 $7.00 Rocking Chairs, Sale Price 6.00 $6.50 Rocking Chairs, Sale Price 5.50 $5.00 Rocking Chairs, Sale Price 4.00 $3.50 Rocking Chairs, Sale Price 3.00 $30.00 Brass Beds, Sale Price . . . 24.00 er .'. .$6.50 5.50 Boys' Clothing $22.50 Suits, Sale Price 52D.00 Suits, Sale Price 5? S.00 Suits, Sale Price .50 Suits, Sale Price a.00 Suits, Sale Price 6 ,. . .$10.00 8.00 6.50 5.00 4.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 Ladies' and Misses' Slippers $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 7.50 $ 6.00 $ 5.00 $ 4.00 $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 $ 2.00 $ 1.50 Sibpers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Slippers, Sale Price Special , i&ype Bleach, Per Yard 14c "Hoosier Sheeting, Per Yard 8c Domestic, Good Quality, Per Yd. 7c Bleach, Good Quality, Per Yard . . . 10c li Skirts We have one lot of Ladies' Skirts Gauging in price from $5.00 to $8.00, iaip Price $3.50 $3.00 6.50 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.25 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, gale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price '. 4.00 3.75 '. 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 $0.85 ; $15.00 Beds : $10.00 Beds $8.50 Mattresses, Sale Price $8.00 Mattresses, Sale Price $6.50 Mattresses, Sale Price $5.00 Mattresses, Sale Price ... .. . ... 12.00 8.00 7.50 7.00 5.00 4.00 Millinery Department We have a complete line of Millinery on hand and in order to clean up we will sell these hats, ranging from $2.50 to $15.00 at 50 per cenj; off. . .'. , . Special Bargain Counter Consists of Hats, Caps, Corsets, Shoes, Short Lengths and Odds and Ends which we have taken from the stock. Don't fail to see this counter. Overalls We have bought a big lot of the National Advertised Overalls, Blue Buckle 220 Denim, while they last ihey go at, Per pair $1,25 M per LISTEN: Evervthinpr in our mammoth stock that is not listed, except Flour, Feed and Groceries, is suhWt cent discount. This sale will be strictly cash and we will pay the highest market price for country produce. -- n1fl COOPER BROTHERS BEAVER DAM, KY. 9 A