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The Hartford republican: July 15, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921071501_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 15, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4 THE Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. LICAN Subscription $1.50 per Year, NUMBER HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1921. Fordsville, by Bro, It. L. Brandenburg, assisted by n delegation of lady 'Maccabees from Hartford lodge, of which she was a member. Besides her husband nnd two children sho Is survived by her fathor and mother, two brothers, Carl Son-to- n of near Fordsville, Louie St. Clair, of Illinois. Her remains wore Interred In tho Fordsville cemetery, i She h not dead but sleeping. There is no death, hut angel form, Walks on tho earth with silent tread. Thoy hear our loved onos away, And then wo call them dead. A FRIEND. 3 ot Mr. Jeff Doll of Buford, and au OHIO COUNTY SUNDAY lncc01lIB,10ll nnil 0pUr yng la.ly. TEACHLKb INQT1TIITF iter CONVENTION WILL ADJOURN TODAY Mr. sandefur Is n son of Mr. Virgil SCHOOL Sandefur of tho Nocreok country,' In- of by hl3 dustrious nnd Meeting To Ih Hold July I)l( Uj.akl.tti Kiniiuniaii ninny friends and acquaintances. VlllllO! lt phur Springs SIiiKom O'ood Impression With IllMKS. WKSTKIll'IKIil) AtH'iul. All Who well-thoug- ht TURN FOR GOOD TIMES IS HERE Industrial Depression's Worst Past, Snjs Hoover. Day CIRCUIT COURT TO ADJOURN TODAY? Judge Shirk Culls Special Term For August 1st; Criminal Cum's Up. i!:5, At Sul- ' ? j I ; iinnnul Tenchors' Tli 1ntitut for Ohio County eonvoned Ing tin iiidllorlunf at tho School Iltilld-lamorning, l.i II irtford, "Monday will ..djourn today. Owing to olr ru.nKt.moos which aroso a fow days in or to convening of the institute, Prof A M Stickles, the Instructor , could not attend pew h nnd it tho laat moment Ur. A. J. 1vlnn..ri'.nn. Dean of tho Western State Norm-- 1 School of Howling Green. was procured Instead. To say that Dean Kinnanian has filled tbo niche in a pleasing and profitable manner from tho loachor'a viewpoint la but stating a fact voiced by nil with whom we have conversed. WhiV the inombors of tho Institute lave sweltered In heat next to unbearable, yet tho muotlng being a c',"so today Is perhaps l.rtucM ono of tho moat profitable hold in years and the educational Intoroata ol Ohio County should bo materially quickened by reason of tho oxehnnge of Ideas and good Instruction disseminated ounty Superintendent E S. Howard Is prsldlng while l'rof. D. I). Mow ley Is at the Secretary's desk. Following Is a list of thoio enrolled: Cllfflo Austin. Lena Adams. Biiimn Axlo n. K. Allison, Mrs. H. E. Allison, Bessie Allen.C. K. Allon, It. P. Brown, Merglo May Hurdette, Jesse Birs, Deo Brown. Elvis Brown, It. A Belt, E. J. Ilratchor, Stanley llyors, 1. ulali Bratcher. Sullyo Henri Cole-n'aVera Corloy, Mrs. Karl Chick. Marshall Oioue, O. 1). Carson, Asa Chancellor. Dona May Cartor, Hul-bCrowder, Narlo Crowder. II. C O.towdcr, Anna Carter, C. K. Carson, Ttay Cook. Myrtlo Calvert, O. C. Daniel. Mrs. O. W. Duff, Elizabeth Davidson. M A Embry, L. L. Embry, Evelyn Foreman. Ituth Foreman, Hatha Ford, Alico Faught, Claude Fralzo, Marllssa Foster, Gorin Flener, Roy Foroman, Mrs. Gortrudo Funk, Climo Pcllx, Hattlo Grant, M. T. Gentry, Suo Gardner, Mrs. Eula Honning, Sophia Hatler, John Hamilton, Josephine Mrs. Hoover, Thomns Hamilton, Thomas Hamilton. J. T. Hoagland. Lois Hudson. Anna Lou Hnzclrlgg, Iteo Iglcbcart, Mrs. Gilbert Jolly, Ira Jones, Mrs. S. O Keown. O. T. J W. Kirk. J. C. Lnwronce. W. II Leach, E. F. Liles, Arvln Lols-urMrs. Iva Leo, May Lee, Mrs. I. S. Mason, Mrs. C. P MIdklff, Edwin Mason, Stanley Murphy, Frank Mlllor Ilculnh Mooro, Ituth Mercur, DoWItt Martin, J. W. Myers. Mack Martin, I S. Mason, D. D. Moseloy, Mary Marks, 1. S. Mtlcholl, II. II. Morris, Mrs. Hortenso Morrison, Lona Oiler, J, W. O'Dell, Evan Owen, Mrs. Evan Owen, Wems Park, Immogeno Plum-me- r, Stanley Phillips, Fannlo Mao Paris, Pearl Paris, N. L. Itoss, Dos-sl- o Russell, Mabel Itussoll, Ethel Itus- sell, It. D. Robertson, W. P Uhoads. Ernestine Mary Loulso Itcnfrow, llalph, Mrs. Ethol Royal Novla Unss, O.mi Norma Itoss, Ccsna Shitlts, Shults, O. L. Shults, It T. Stowart, Ellis Sandorfur, Pearl Sandofur, C. Carrlo II Shown, F. L. Sandefur, Southard, J. C. Tanner, Kathleen Tlchenor. S. W. Taylor, Winnie Wilson, Dudloy Wcstorfleld, Eula Woas-lo- y, Ernest Wilson, N. II. Whlto, Mrs. N. 15. Whlto, Morris Wedding, Murlol Wilson, Clara Wilson, Jon.nie Willis, Loola Wilson, W. II. Warner, Mrs. ltay Cook, Mrs. Myrtlo Armondt, Mrs. E. A. Whlto, Mrs. J. M. McFcrran, DuHello Godsoy. Martha Wcstorfleld, Oim Itogors, llhodn WhJtohouso, Mrs. Ethel MIdklff, Desslo Graham, Kntlo Swlhart, O. N. Stewart, Mrs. O. N. StLwart, llertle Henfrow, Cora Thom- ns,bou, Eva Thoiuaaaon, Lockio Aua-tt- n. Hazel Austin, Alma Simpson, Otis Stevens, Ituth Godey, Emma Wright. fifty-fir- m yoK-cUdn. Tt Kit-tengo, Mlsa Winnie 1). Wcaterticld nnd The Ohio County S. S. Convention Mr. Evorott Illinoa, both of Hart- will convene at Sulphur Springs Saty ford, wero Joined In wedlock nt tho urday July !o, in an session, aU-ua- homo of the bride, last Saturday at Walker perS p. m.. ltev. Russell formed tho ceremony making the two young hearts heat as one. The bride Is a daughter of Mrs. attractive and John D. Ilolbrook, pleasantly disposed and held In hlgr eateem by the younger set In which rhe moved. Mr. Hlnioa Is a son of He H Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hlmes. energetic and trustworthy aa his long ymrs of service with the firm of Williams & Taylor, and inosc wnoni they succeeded, will attest. We Join the many friends of tho young people. In wishing that their pllgrlinago thru life may be unclouded and void of rough places. -c- Boston, July 12. The country Ins turned the corner of tho Industrial deproaslon, Herbert Hoover sccrqtnry of commerce, said bore today. With labor Improving In efficiency, farmers putting In more work tlinn for a decade, and and waBtofulness checked, the tuni toward good times has boon mndo, he said. Secretary Hoover spoke twico, hH principal addresa being nt the Na tional Shoe nnd Leather Exposition H'j nnd Stylo Show this afternoon. prefaced this set speech with imd promptu remarks at a luncheon him by Mayor. Peters. In his longer address ho said there was ovld"nco on ovory side that the vast majjrity of tho nation was making again an effort to'vard return to tho primary virtues of hard, conscientious toll nnd economy In living sequalcd only by the wnr time effort of 1918. In his address, Secretary Hoover hold: "D.islness depression hai been due to n levcrsal o' the srent fircos that were m work daring '.hi war We have turned the corner, however, we havo given up speculation and wastefulness and our people are gaining more efficiency and intercut m their .ork. We had lost muci of our efficiency and lntorost in v ork, and, I am sorry to say, more or less of our businers honesty. Our people have gone back" to work In earnest labor is 20 psr cent more efficient than It was six or seven months ago. "Farmers are patting in more efforts than for ten years. Tho farmers aro working longor hours, using old machinery as much as possible and buying less. As a result the cost of living will come down for others In industry '. ton-Jorse following la tho program: Song and 10:00 a. m. Scrlpturo, Prayer Ilov. II. S. Gillette. 10:10 What 1b a good Sunday School Olllo Wilson. 10:30 How to have a good Sunday School Guo. A. Joplin. 11:00 Ohio County Sunday Schools The Dundee District, J. E. Mitchell. Amos Tho Fordsille District. Check. The Centertown District, Rev. F. A. Sanders. . The Hartford District, Henry Car-aoThe Heaver Dam District, Rev. W. S. Hucknor u. The Itoslno District, Miss Maymo ' Crowder. L. B. LONEY ATTENDS rhu Itockpoit DIstilct, Dr. J. S INSTITUTE 51 TIMES S.ultli. Dartlott District, Albert Tito Helms. L. II. Lonoy of McIIcnry, was Mr. 11:30 The Widening Clrclo Geo. In Hartford a day or two this week. A. Jopjjn. County In nttendanco of the Ohio 11:60 Tho Appointment of commitfifty-firToachers' Institute, for the tees. consocutlvo time. Mr. Lonoy was a Noon Ilecfss young teacher of tho County when was held August 1::J0 Song, Scrlpturo and Prayer tho first institute ltev. T. T. Frazier. tho 7th, 1871, nnd slnco that date to attend tho annual l:4r Report of committees and has not failed Election of officers. gathering, one or nioro days. He ,Vhrl provision nould the in tho schools of tho Count taught Sunday school make for small during 30 consocuthc years and altoMrs. 11. S. Gillette. children gether, ho has prosldod over 3C schools during his tonchlng career. 2:1G Tho young people's place the Sunday school Geo. A loplin. Tho retired teachor Is now beyond and ton yearn, 2: JO How to make the Sunday Mio age of threo-scor- o school attractive to men I '. hut still active nnd intensely interII. Godscy. ested In educational mnttors and expects to bo a visitor at tho Teachers' Z:: What the Cradle Roll and Home Department can do for the Institutes so long as ho Is nblo to s. Sund..y school Rev. F. J. or moro While there may bo ono toachora in the County older than Mr. 3:00 What I am going to do to make my School bettor, neneral Loney, et it in extremely doubtful discussion. whether there is one to bo found Prayer and who has attended ovory Instltuto 3:30 Consecration, Benediction. held, nnd perhaps but n fow, If any Everyone to bring" lunch. within tho Stato who havo Mr. Lon-oy- 's S. P. McDOWELL, President. record of 51 consocutlvo Instie tutes beaten. i MRS. MINNIE COLEJLYN FORDSVILLE. Mrs. Minnlo Coleman, widow of flie Miss Paulino Heard of Owensboro, late Jasper Coleman, who formerly her resided in Heaver Dam, died in LouIs spending a fow days with grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. isville, Mondny after having underSmith. gone an operation. Tho remains Miss Duvall of Lexington. Ky Is woro conveyed to Beaver Dam, whero visiting her sister, Mrs. It. A. Belt. funeral services were hold and buA numbor of Fordsville people are rial took place Tuesday afternoon, In attending, court at Hartford this Sunnjslilo Cemetery. week. Tho deceased lady was formerly a "Uncle Joe" Sapp, Civil War vete- MUs Cascbler, daughter of tho Rev. ran and a resident of Fordsville for J. T. Casebler of Rockport, and a sisa number of yoars, died hero Tuesday ter of J. P. Casebler, of Beaver Dam. of Infirmaties of ago. She was a lady of exemplary qualities Prof. W. P. Ithoads and County of heart a'nd character. Agent Morris McCracken wero visitors In this town Monday. WASHINGTON Mr. H. B. Lloyd, who was recentRev. Lundieth filled his regular ly graduated from tho University of appointment hero on tho second SunKentucky, Is spending a few days day. with his father, Mr. II. D. Lloyd. Miss Verslo Now comb of this placa Mr. G. E. Fuqua is returning home and Mr. Earl Thomassou spent the today from a two days' business trip week-en- d with tho lattors relatives, to Louisville. Carrollton, near So-itMrs. L. L. Newcomb and two chilPEIt CAPITA OF SCHOOL dren and niece, Flossie Shown, nre FUND $0.10 KOIt t!l'S2 visiting relatives near Spring Lick, this week. Frankfort, Ky., July 11. The reStnto school fund per capita will Miss Eatelle Frazlor, after spending main at SG.10 next year, Stato Su- near two weeks In this city with, her perintendent Colvin announced today. brother, Rev. T. T. Frazlor, and famIt will be distributed on tho basis of ily, returned last Saturday to her $C10 for each public school pupil, of home' in Clarksvllle. Tenn. She was whom thoro wore 018,000 last year. accompanied home by Lorlno, Earl Tho department hnd a surplus of and Thomas Frazier, children of Rev. $200,000 at tho cud of tho year. and Mrs. Frazier. st 0 -1 1 d. Han-dor- TENT MEETING The Sect officially styled, The Church of God, moro ommonly dubbed "Holy Rollers" Is conducting a series of meetings in a tent east of and near tho R. R. Station. Tho mreting is in charge of Revs. Robert Fieldcn and Guy Mnrlow. Audiences of good size have been in attendance. A HAPPY IIOjli: BROKEN o NOTICE TO TAXPAYKKS Our offlco opened today, July 1st, for the purpose of assessing the property of tho County. You will pleaso furnish us with a comploto list of nil of your taxnblo proporty, valued at IIKLI SANDHl-'U100 por cent. Yours Respectfully. D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Miss Lettio Hell and Mr. Hubert e Sandefur wero Joined In marrlago NO. Ill ICKCIUOAM SUPPKIt Saturday ovenlng at 6 o'clock, at tho Mllll-ga- n, home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tho teachers and patrons of Nu 10 Nocreuk, Hov. T. T. Frazier mar tjclng tho nuptial knot In tho pros- Sohool, n oar KChola, gavo an ice ecco of only a few Immediate friends croam suppsr on tho night of July 0, and relatives of tho young couple. 1921, whleh was largely attended by They immediately repaired to tho people from far and near. The patrons worked earnestly, making It a liojuo of tho groom'a parents whero was hoi vim In honor groat success an ?GG.40 was cleared, "bountiful fenst which will be used in Improving the 4,t th( event. Tho now Mrs. Sandefur Is a daugh- - school. -- Mr. Garfield Barnnrd nnd family, of Dundeo, will leave tomorrow, to be away until August tho 1st. They will visit Mrs. Barnard's brother, Prof. Lawrenco Gary and family, ut Duniiis, Ark., and N. Y, Gary at They will olso spend a Torch M" fow days in St. Louis buforo roturn-iug. Miea Harriet Flener returnod Wed- nesday to her home near Cromwell, from Detroit, Mich., where sho had spent several weeks with her broth-o- r, Miv Harrison Flonor nnd Mis Floner. Miss Floner reports that Marshall McKlnney, her nephew, who recently underwent an operation In the Michigan City for a maligant caSjS of mastoiditis was doing fairly well. The angel of death visited our community nnd claimed ono of our most estimable young women, Mrs. R. F. Keown, of near Fordsville. She died at tho Owensboro City hospital Saturday Juno 25, as the result of an attack of appendicitis, for which sho had undergone nn operation. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Senton of near Fordsville, and was 28 years of age. She was married to Roy Keown Jan. 1, 1913, to which union two children wero born, Ina Mildred ago 7, and Rodnt. Mao, ago 5. Sho w.& n member of the Fords-vill- o Baptist Church which she. Joined early In life, ami lived a consistent member until her death. In the untimely death of this young matron, tho community has lost ono of Its most beloved women, ono that will bo missed everywhere, In tho home, In the Sunday School, and in the church. Mauy a heart will feel tho. chill hand of grief with the realization that their friend of yesterday is no more. Alas! that one so young, so wedded to good principles and bo well' propared to do good should bo permitted to remain upon the boa of llfo for so brief a time. In her the community lost one of its brightost jewels nnd one that was ondearcd to all who knew hor. The sad domlso has cast a shadow over this community, for her place can novor bo filled. Yot words aro but empty symbols of what we feel. Medical skill, tho prayers and team of the dovoted husband, parents and friemU, could not keop her hore. God saw best to take her home. Sho boro her llluess with patience nnd without n murmur us only ono of God's children can. Sho will bo waiting on the banks of the river for husband, children, fathor and mother, brother and friends, whero parting will bo no moro. On tho beautiful Sabbath morning, at II o'clock funeral senicos woro coi i itottd nt the Baptist church at The July term of tho Ohio Circuit Court will probably adjourn today. Much business has been disposed of at this session, but due to tho largo number of Indictments returned by tho grand Jury Just adjourned, Judo Slack has ordured that a special term bo held commencing with August tho BASEBALL BRIEFS. first. It is likely that the special term will bo dovoted to disposition oi crimIn aloosely played contest featur- inal actions only. ed by loose fielding and frequent hitTho Grand Juiy returned 47 Indlct-mont- 8, ting, Fordsville triumphed over for offenses as follmvs: SellSunday to the count of 1G to ing liquor, 18; suffering gnmlng, 2; 3. Manager Duff turned his ankle detaining woman; seduction; having In the first Inning sliding into third carnal knowledge, driving motor veand had to be carried from tho field. hicle without owners consent; operat"Pete" Snyder, erstwhile flrstbase-ma- n ing illicit still; breaking into storeand pitcher for Fordsville was house; breaking into depot, 2; transtho hero of tho contc3t as he struck porting liquor; keeping liquor for out twenty-on- e of tho Sunnydalo ball salo, 2; failure to provide proper tossers and kept the fow hits that wash house, 7; disturbing public worwero made well scatterd. ship; breach of peaco, 3; assault and battery; giving cold check; shooting Beaver Dam romped free will over on highway; adultry, flourishing' Morgantown Saturday ringing up a deadly weapon; carrying concealed 11 to G victory. Thoy amply avenged deadly weapon. their defeat of the Saturday before. Cases haye been acted upon as fellows: McIIenry lost a hard game to Pro- Commonwealth vs. James Burden vo Saturday, 13 lnning3, 7 to 0.1 ... ... .. i ., Thorpe and Parrot were on tho , m,. ,, . .! .,n,i ffimitiii- mound for McHenry. Comth. vs. Barney Warnell dismissed; Comth. vs. L. & N. R. R. Co., failBen Turnor is suffering" from a ure to properly maintain derott, broken finger, received during tho walvpd Jt.ry, plead guilty and fined game SatCentral $20.00 each In two cases; Comth. vs. urday. Sanders Husklsson, assault, bail forfeited, tried and fined $100.00; Central Grove and Washington tie-u- p Comth. vs. Herman Park, deserting at Riverside Park Saturday. Infant, verdict of guilty and one year in the Penitentiary; Comth. vs. Jess X massed team composed of the Sarvls, striking and wnundln;;, dislocal flr3t and second teams was missed on request of prosecuting playing tho Ohio County Institute witness; Comth. vs. Elvis Murphy, yesterday afternoon when we went transporting liquor, verdict of guilty to press. fined $100.00 and 30 days in and Jail; L. Burdctte, breach of peace. Beaver Dam Journeys to Caneyvlllo Jury disagreed; Henry Rucker, of Sunday, to garner the scalps of their color was adjudged to be of unsound pill rollers. This Is their second committed to the Western trip there. Tho first game was call- 'lilml and Asylum afKentucky for the ed off on account of rain. ter nujiirst duly held; in tb.-- casta of Herman Black vs. Thomas Vance and The McHenry Majesties play Mogg Sam Hoover vs. Thomas Vance, at McHenry Sunday. tho Jury rendered a verdict In favor of the Plaintiffs; M M.& The Provo second team defeated ''o.. JudgSmith vc. the McHenry second team Sunday In ment for $1,000.00; Bank of FonU. a severt lanlag game 8 to 1. Tho villo vs John M. Graham, Judgment Provo team was" bolstered up by one ?iS0.n); J. J. Jr.rnasiu vs. JJont- -. principally for or two first team players, roihtrs, hung Jury; Comt'a vs Ed- at short. Tho McHenry boys say vs that short stop was a peach, booted cue lou, fined $60.00; Comth. WIlli?m Lankford, demurer io indictthe ball all over the diamond and to handed McHenry their lone run on ment Mistalncd and grand jury. The followmr cases a couplo of errors. Tho McHenry boys havo a good team and deserved weiv cntlnued: Comth. v . Wnldon. Baize, 2; John C. Burden; Lowls a better gamo than what It was. Carmlckle, 2 cases; Comth. vs. Shcl- Ot) Hartford plays Morgantown at Riv- by Brown, guilty and fined $50. vs. Sunday. This ought to and 30 days in Jail; Comth. erside Park be a good game. Bozarth will do the Jlaude Graves, guilty and fined $300; The following Commonwealth cases twirling for the RIvorsiders. were set for tho first day of the speterm of Court:- Roy The candidates wero all defeated cial August by nn immense landslide last Thurs- Hinea, 10; Thomas Faught; Claronco day, by about 28 to 4 as near as we Aull, 2; Roy Ensor; Lewis Carmlckle, were ablo to learn. Wo think the 2; Waldon Baize, 2. Our report closed with actions had scorer grew tired and ceased to operate the score card. They ought to up to noon of yesterday. e have used the old peg system of kcop- IilVIA, ROUTE 2. Ing count. Sun-nyda- le !,,,. .,,, Grove-Wa3hingt- Iu-u.-- Joyce-Watkl- na - m Miss Evelyn Magan, of Owensboro, Thorpe pitched a remarkably fine game Sunday, not even considering is visiting relatives at this place. There will be children's day exortho fact that ho had worked 9 innings cises and preaching at Mt. Carmel, tho previous day. Sunday, July 17. Everyone Is DUNDEE Mlales Omn Leo and Myrtlo West- Quito a number from hero attend - orfiold of Dundeo, nre visiting tholr ed tho singing convention at vllart- - uncle. Mr. Otis Clark and family, Sovoral from hero attonded tho ford tho fourth of July. Victorlno, Ruth and Hugh Wendell parly at Mr. Kernlo Ralph's, Saturday Stewart, of Rome, nro visiting their night. The infant eon of Mr. and Mrs. aunt, Mrs. Paris McDowell. Dr. J. A. Duff has returned from Clarenco Riddle wag buried at Mt. Hoston Mass., whore ne has been Carmel, Tuesday. Mrs. Hettle Rloheton and frs. Fan- taking, a speolnl course in medicine. Mtafr Molba Rhoades of Owennboro nlo Blair are. visiting lilatlvea near and Miss Lucllo Weterfleld spent tho Heflln. Mr. Tilden WIgglnton nnd family, week-oii- d with Miss Paulino Morgan. Tho Ice cream suppor glvon for and Mlee Sarah Leo Hudson attended the moUiodUt church here Saturday the- birthday dinner glvon at thu home ot Mr. Willie Wimp, ut South-orlnn- d, night, was ciu.to a success. Sunday. Mrs H S. Gillette nnd lit-ti- e ltev and sm. Henry, two returned from "Nice children you havo, Which Ij Kuttawa "ptings. nnd Cadiz. Mrs. Jim r.rndhold ot Owonhorj, this?" "Tho fifth." la tho giieit of ft .'ends here and in "He seems to be tho hoalthlwt-lookln- g the, vicinity. ot the lot." and little broth-p- r, Miss Ruth Wellor "Yes, by the time he enmo along, Jack, of Louisville, are vl3ltlng lib mother had run out ot theories." relatives here. ' - I mmammmmmmmikmfimm A '- -d MW fc4..' iwrrrwwfti fprtr"TT"4" ENDS HIS WBRKi QUITS CONGRESS yard, whoro It Is proposed to erect a momorlal to v.tniicrnurg county soldiers who died In tho war. In ovory homo whoro thero Is a baby thero should also bo a bottle of Baby Elixir. It may bo McGeo's needed at any tlmo to correct sour tomach, wind colic, dlarrhoa or summer complaint. It in a wholocomo romedy, contains no opium, morphine or Injurious drug of any kind. Price .TCc and 60c per bottle. Sold by 111 Ohio County Drug Co. ' GERMANY'S PRINCE NOW POUNDS IRON kj0iM Work In UN Slum. Popular With VllhijjriH; Interested In Sljlcs VPPflKNUM' Good Resigns After Harding Signs New Budget Law. Washington, .Inly 0. ItepreMnta-Uv- o Jmim W. Good, of Iowa, with record of brillinnt a twslvo-yonohlovoinont and tho gratltudo of tho public which lia so faithfully served, did the unusual thing a few days ago whon he resigned from Congress within thrco months after being olcct-o- d for n seventh torm. It isn't often that n public official, In the midst of Ills greatest popularity and pestlge, voluntarily retires from public life. He returned to tho present Congress for tho solo purpose of obtaining the onactniont of the budget bill, a nionsurc he had fathered. Except for 1'resldont Wilson's veto, this measure, from which big economy In government Is expected to follow, would hnvo been enacted by the last Con-greMr. Good would have retired at the end of his last torm to tako up the practice of law in Chicago had It not been for the Wilson veto. He resigned tho day after President Hauling attached hla signature to tho budget law. I.olli Parties Regret Loss. With his retirement Democratic as well an Republican members Joined In oxprcsslng praise for the service ho hag rondered his country and regret that he Is to loave public service. Many leading newspapers gave editorial expression to tho public's gratiunselfish tude for his courageous, service In Congress. He had been chairman of the Important Appropriations Committee little more than two much years, but ho cut estimates deeper In two years than they had been cut In all the twenty or hirty yearn preceding. He believed that the House should bo an agont to restrain expenditure, not to stimulate it. He contributed largely to persuading his colleagues to return to budgetry first principles. Under his leadership the Republican Congres of tho past tow years reduced the estimates of the Wilson administration by $4. 1C3, 000.000. Representative Hyrnes, Democrat, South Carolina; Representative Democrat, Georgia; Representative Vaile, Republican, Colorado; Representative Ogden. Republican, Moudell, Kentucky; Representative Republican, Wyoming, and other members made speeches filled with praise for Jim Good as a man of courage and a conscientious servant o the people. Representative Ogden said that ar g. Up-sha- "Roprpsentatlvj Good is a great lawyer, but ho has had no client the nation during his service in Congress. Ho has had no Inteiest He has, except the pcoplu's interest been dvotd unselfishly to the public service. Ho leave? the Hcusa with the affectionate regard of the mem- ex-co- pt bership." has resigned fioni fur-thpublic service to entoi a law dim at Chicago, because in Justico to his family, ho s that he should no longer continuo in Congies'i with tho limited compensc on that i. oHers. Mr. Good Surgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, Hums, Uruises and Wounds tho Hist treatment is most important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly thero is no danger of infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For uso on man or beam, Horozono Is tho ideal antiseptic and healing agents. Buy It now for an emergency. and be ready Sold by Price 30c. COc and $1.20. m Ohio County Drug Co. or o WAR HERO'S BODY TO LIE IN STATE Kvuiisvllle, Intl.. July 11. Tho body of Jamus Bethel Grosham, ono of tho flrat tlu co American soldiers to die in tho World War. Is to lie In stato tit tho Capitol at Indianapolis Tuesday and thut night will bo brought to his home, tills city. It will bo mot at the station by members of Funk- liouser Post, American Legion, and okcortud to tho Coliseum, whoro it will Ho in utato Wednesday, with American Legion and Service Star Legion iiiemlwn on duty as a guard of honor. Then it will bo removed to Grawli-uMemtuiul House, Gurvin Park, ticcupled by the hero's mother, Mrs. Alio GrenUaiu Doild. and Thursday a met. w.li be avid m Simpson Methodist HpUMopal Church. Burial wIP tat In Loauit Hill Cemetery. born in McLean Urtfslium was i'tunty. Kentucky, iuh sou of a Cou-- 1 ('derail soldier, A delegation from lel.en and another trom Heuder--u u ,hU fiMiuar home, will atteud thi fituvral. already has bean A movement - irfd to havo tho body and burled In the Court House ui ' ' By IJoIktI I'ouliiino Wowlngen, Juno 14. The former crown prince of Germany has taken to blackwnlthlng to while away th lintira In bad wnnthor. nml it was In tho blacksmith shop of his boon companion that I found him when LOOT IN 9 If T ..lalfa.l " lr&tntvn,i NEW YORK ilOI.D'UI, t, wtia suiiiuiiiK uuiiiiu wic .tutu, iiu his fnco illuminated by the glowing Now York, July 11. FIvo robbers coals, sleeves rolled up, in sport today hold up tho cashlor and assist- knickerbockers, with heavy wool ant cashier of the Horton Ico Cream stockings. My visit did not seem to Company outsldo the company's ofsurprise him in tho least. Strco'. i fices on Hast Twenty-fourt- h "Ono minute," ho said, "nnd I will and escaped In an nutomobile with bo with you." employes wero Tho $19,000 cash. was now red hot, and ho The starting for a bank with tho money had to Iron tako advantago of It. Ho a satchel. in brought down tho hammer a few A company nutomobllo was waittimes; thoro was a shower of sparks, ing outside, but as tho employes left n hissing sound in the tub of water tho offico they wero confronted by and tho Job was done. with drawn revolvers. Ono five men Ilnlr Is SHU Blond. robber snatched tho money and his his rubbed Frederick William him as they companions protctcd hands with a satisfied air, removed Jumped Into an nutomobllo parked his oilskin Jacket and a cyclist's cap near tho company's car and hurried pulled down upon his hair, which away. still remains blond. Tho blacksmith himself, greatly PUEBLO'S FINANCIAL LOSS. embarrassed, consulted with his wife way to recoive mo and According to a report submitted to over the best through experimenting. No more switching. tho photogruphor who accomplished the U. S. reclamation service, the to- mo. But the !No more trying this and that. prlnco solved Camels tal damage resulting from the Pueblo difficulty himself, and five min- every time. flood amounts to a financial loss of the itlAa lntor v worn RP.nfpil In the illn- 16,785.000. This lncludos damages They're so refreshing! So smooth! So mellow mild! property, ing room of Mr. Luijt, the blackto real estate, personal imposing pitcher of devast-- o smith, around an Why? The answer is Camels exclusive expert merchandise and crops in the daroa. The damage to railroad beer. blend of choice Turkish and Domestic tobaccos. "Mr. Hohenzoilern," didn't change property within the city limits was iThere's nothing like it. his attitude a bit when he learned over siu.uuo.ouu. that I was a Frenchman and that I No other cigarette you can buy gives you the real ' was a newspaperman. sure-enoug- h, all-da- y , "Oh no." said tho man with the -- -l satisfaction that comes from the "So you are from Paris," he said. absent air, as ho sat down In the .Camel blend. Camel is the quality cigarette. "Well give us tho latest gossip of the F tw.AfflrS?, only vacant seat In tho car beside a Give Camels a tryout. Buy a pack today. Get your (tisfflXKsn. n fil woman with an infant In her arms, "I French capital. Are tho women still r j pretty and stylishly dressed? ' That's don't mind babies at all." information first hand. You'll tie to Camels, too. la nicely tailored suit you are wearthe "Don't you, really?" asked pieces mother with a sweet and expansive ing. What are tho popular today?" playing in the Paris theaters smile. Is Popular With Vllluge. "Not me," replied tho old duffer. " ' i ho prince is In the very Tho "I always let the women mind . .lj."l-.-.'-- Jy best of health and doesn't seem to them." suffer much from his exile. He R. J. REYNOt DS TnV.cco Co. about tho high cost of living. WlnsUc-baUN. . like any other citizen, but seems to VjkTLm WORMS' "s&J WiaJ w9 onjoy lifo In a simple little house, a cook, a valet, one other doj with mestic and a former Brandenburg gendarme. Tho at Doom the inhabiH2EC7IHXSSSESS2U3KffiSnr532EK: ?..:w L".LajAzm: tants aro almost hostilo to tho ox- -l By JONATHAN BRACE Kaiser, the former crown prince en- XVII OHIO joys such popularity hero that the THE Temunicipality would bestow high honors upon him if the Dutch govrritory, of fry ernment would permit It. which Ohio Is Besides Mr. Luijt, the blacksmith, a part, wus a bone of con-te- n Frederick William has no hotter 1 1 o n bewho Is friends than Mr. Admiral, tween Spain, specially attached to his person by France and England. Spain's tho Dutch government to guard him claim was liiwrf on the voyage against annoyances. As proof of this of De Soto up the Mississippi frlsndshop I may cite the fact that river. France, through the exprince wishes to when the. plorations of La Salle from the to a give some small remembrance entry of north and tho early visitor to Weeringen ho hands him a French priests from Canada, horseshoe, which ho has mado himconsidered this territory theirs. As for England, she rested her self, and accompanying It is a letter claims on the discovery of Nortli Stating inai no is uciuuu? me auiuuj America by the Cabots, and in who mado tho shoe, the letter being the charter granted to Virginia sealed with the seal of Mr. Admiral. Included all the country lying Tho ho likes to give out tho imto the West. pression that the Hohonzollorns will Tho French were tho first to never return to power, I believe that get a foothold in Ohio, but the tho former crown prlnco has not English pioneers, who shortly begun to drift wcstwnrd, firmabandoned hope or ambitlou. Ho rely established their settlements ceived numerous visitors at WeerIn the fertile Ohio valley. Afingen and during the last six ter n long period of warfare, months his mall has increased In which the Indians played u For instance, while In greatly. loading part, the Northwest Ter1920 ho received hardly a hundred ritory was finally ceded to the (And Other Sizes in Proportion) letters on his birthday, this year the United States by the Treaty of brought him Woeringen postman In 1783. And VirIndependence ginia and other states, which thousands of letters, with the Tire repair men. who judnc values hest, c!a3s these tires aa had laid claim to portions of of Gorman monarchists. uavinc me sturdiest cnrraM m.nr I. V? I .I vir"ur"ii i: l w liUUL.a IIIITTl. this region turned over their Krade enr manufacturers use them an standard equipment 'rights to the federal govern"Pa!" n-u.w .. w ijumuy cuoice oi cord users. ment. "For goodness sake, what is it Tho government of the NorthL.1 now?" : j ' p. iIuifiIJe v ItWPliJliilLL'ii Jiii'lL 'JliiL'iJJMI west Territory was formally "This book is called "Shakespeare's by the ordinance of created Works." 1787. People from the East mi"Well?" grated into tills territory In "Well, you told mo they was such numbers that by 1803 Ohio This new low price is made possible by strictest economies was taken Into the Union as the plays." and specialized production. seventeenth state. Tho fourth largest state In Mzo of populaBLAINi: AGAINST Non-Sk- d fabric t res. With HOME-BREtion. Ohio 1ms LM electoral votes daily "SPIES" of 6.000 tires and 20.000 tubes, this plant a In area, for President, while permhs 41,0-1production on a quantity basis. square miles, It with Its Gov. Blaine of Wisconsin stopped ranks only thirty-fifth- , which All materials used are the best obtainable. The into tho prohibition limelight when .shows how densely It Is popuuniform. It .a the best fabric tire ever offered quality is a home-breamondment ho attacked to the lated. It Is noted as the state to a state onfoicoinout bill as "Inof Presidents. President Hard. ' tolerable espionage on the home and a Iiik makes the sownth Ohioan HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. to fill the presidential office. wnsto of public money." Federal au-- i The name Ohio is derived from thorlties may invade tho homos of tho Iioipiols word and proso-cut- e 'thoso who have homo-bremeaning "beautiful river." It If they cbooo, he Bald, but his KENTUCKY FARM GIRLS Of this number 2,527 aro conduct- - in' as you'ro n suitor for hor hand, was first applied by the IndiIng state "will not approprlnto money for GAINING ADVANTAGE J.cts clothing projects, 870 food pro-- , j I'll do botter'n that. "I'll Invito1 you ans of the FIvo Nations to what and 1,272 canning projects. to broakfant. bo's you can got a hotter spying on or arresting peaceful citiwe now call tho Allegheny rivWork undor cash of tho projects Idou of whnt sho looks llko without zens. er, one of the chief tributaries Lexington, Ky., July 0. Farm is divided Into -classes, hor ovonlu' inakoup," Washington vo- of tho Ohio. Gradually the girls o( Kentucky tiro no longer Iso- girls of different ages being entered Star. Offloy Tlmt follow over thoro name came to Include tho whole , makes n nlao Income from lib pen. lated and donloil thoso things which in thB dlfforont one according to the river, sometimes even being up. s, amount of Inntructlon which thoy J ii lib Why, he doosn't Impress mo clad don tho hoarts of tholr city piled to the Mississippi. Later according to Miss Irono Pleda-lu- e, have rocolvod. Work In tho dlffoi-- . It was confined to the river beas. a lltersry man. tween Pittsburg and Cairo, and tluld agent in foods from the ent projects iuoludes the making of Offley llo's no Htorary men, he's FOR FLETCHER'S appropriately tho first state l Collcgo of Agriculturo who reports drobfttM, the plmmlng of meals and a hog raiser. formed on Its northern bank that thoro aro moro than 1.CG0 girls the sorvlng of thorn and the canning m 0 was mimed nfter It. Ohio Is "There's n groat deal printed that In tho Stato who aro rfc living in- of fruits and vegetable). , Sho (pettishly) I don't soo why often railed tliu Buckeye Stato you can't bolloto." struction In various homo economics It is you find pokor so fascinating- from Its largo number of "Thoro Is," nssonted Uncle Bill subjects through tho "Your daughter has Invited ino to of Husbaud-r-It'- s trees. tho nuoons in tlu (by McCluru Newapaper SyndkaU ) Bottloton. "osneclallv oi. Iiii'Mk - - tho collcgo Extension Division umT dl,!!!ur'ii f.ahl t1,,101b"htul young u,a'1' deck- - y icar. They remind ma w, county homo demonstration agents. Washington Star. 'Well," replied Mr, Cumrox, "see- - mucn of you. Boston Transcropt. fifliflw?!! ,) i """" ' iwe tried tEeio. air hut S.ve me a Camel I'm It's ioj ue I M0J Hhx --- . . coin-plai- The Story of Our States i'8W(W j :' f--Tra I Nov Selling at the Lowest Price Level an Tire story 30x3 32x4 34x4 $24.50 46.30 54.80 1 woll-wlsh- es j. 'm 3?fech 1 Sed j ' w w ' ' woll-doflno- d i , sis-tor- i Olnldren Ory C ASTO R 'A horse-chestn- y Km.i. t . mg whatever to do with tho appro- ministratlon Inherited a logacy of obThfe-priation for 1922 had little ligations that It must inert. Tho or nnythlng to do with the activities railroad ompnnlos were controlled HEAVY TAX BURDENS rf 1921; they wore obligation! by tho Govornmont of tha I'nlled created boforo by tho preceding ad- S'.alos f'r i'. period of 26 months, and during Mil period tint ntrol cost ministration. "It has liPen charged by tho Dem- tho American people $1,000,000,000. Excess Profits, Carrier Rates ocrats that wo havu been spending "Soino people say it ('Id not cnt money at tho rate of G, 000, 000, 000 thnt much; othr r plr sn;f we do &c To Yield To Kvorybody knows thnt ex- not know how much It cost. I hnvo n year. Economy. penditures havu nothing to do with niado many calculations on tho cost, It can ond my figures show $4,006,000,000. the state of appropriations. oil ho that appropriations would not That is moro than It cost to run tho WiiHlilnitton, .Mine. Spirited exceed $3, 000, 000.000 In n glvon Government for ovory activity durupon the loader of tlio Demo- yoar, and yet tho oxpondltnres ing tho snmo period of tlmo before cratic p.irty for spreading mi un- might bo $0,000,000,(100. Why? wo wont Into war. And tlicro never founded repoit thnt the Kopubllciin There are obligations pending against was a tlmo when the railroads did nilnilnlhtrutloti Ik lucking in economy appropriations niado In past years not function boforo they wero tnk-o- n mid wlso solution of tlio country'H which am still available, In collection over by tho aovernniont. Thoy problem Ih made liy Representative with which expenditures mutt be could have functioned better If thoy Mm tin II. Mndihui, of Illinois, one made. Tho mora fact that expendi- never had boon taken over, and wo of tlio vetornus of tlio lloimo mid n tures nro being niado Is no Indication would not have hml this enormous member of tlio Committee on Appr- whatever that, the obligation thnt Is charge against tho pcoplo. opriation. Ho saym levied against tho pcoplo by whom "Will Sat My tho I'coplo "The Democratic national commit- tho tax must bo paid is now. The "Wo all rcallzo that tho business tor has begun Its campaign of vitu- things against which a tax must be conditions of the country arc not very peration. Ono of tlio tiling!) mild In levied are tho obligations created In good. Tho Industrial side of Amerithe llrst nrtlclu IbhuocI liy that the nproprlntlon bills; that is, the can life Is very much depressed. Men Is t)il: expenses for tho year with which we aro out of work. The agricultural "Tlio Republican Party In tlio It may bo that for 10 years sections of thu country aro not as deal promised to reduce Federal gone by bills unsettled have been prosperous ns they might bo, and evtaxes. A Republican Congross has In- ponding, tho appropriations for which ery cloincnt of our citizenship Is lookcreased tlioin, the appropriation hills nre still available, and when adju- ing forward with hope to a change carrying C, 000. 000,000 for 1921 and dicated and tho accounting is made In conditions. Hut until we find a lown llku amount for 1922 which would the Secretary of tho Treasury draws er level In cost, in wnges and mahe $7,500,00(1,000 liy tlio addition of his draft to meet tho obligation. terial and supplies of nil kinds, thnt bonuses.) This moans that this ad"Tho total probable expenditures enter Into the life of tho Nation we ministration will spend threo times for 1922 will be $3,538,000,000, mid aro not going to bo able to rcallzo the ns much on an Army In 1921 as It If there Is to bo adjusted compensaboncfltn that we aro hoping for ami spent In 191C, anil more, than three tion allowed for soldiers, of course, looking forward to. But tho tlmo Is times as much on tlio Navy In 1921 it would add whatever that amounts coming when everybody must rcallzo as k spent In 1910. when nearly all to. What It will amount to I do not that the war Is over and that peaco of Kurope was at war." know. It probably would amount In conditions must pro vail and that ex"To uall the first misstatement, I total to $1,500,000,000 or $500,000,-00- 0 penditures of government must be In a year for three years. wish to say that the appropriations keeping with tho economies necessary made for 1921 amounted to $4,780,-82,r.l- () Military Amounts nro Less. by the average men outsid of the UK. Of this sum ?18fi,192,-3S- :i "In the statement made by the Governmont. Wo liavo a, groat responIfi was for doflcloncles for the Secretary of the Truasury n short sibility placed upon us. Wo ought fiscal yoar 1920 and prior years, with time slnco to the chairman of the to meet It with courage and fidollty. the conduct of tlio business of which Wah and Means Committee he in- We will not shrink from this retlio Republicans had nothing whatevdicated that the payments thru the sponsibility, but in tho performance er to do. Treasury during the last year of our duty under the responsibility Wasfo Through Kalhvnjs amounted to $5,600,000,000; and al- wo should never hosltato to do that "It also included $800, 000,000 on so indicated that tho probablo pay- which will bring tho greatest economy account of governmental mnnagomeiit ments to be made during tho year in government and the greatest hap-plnof railroads with which tlio Repub- 1922 would bo 4,014,000.000, but In and prosperity to tho homes of licans had nothing whatever to do. his calculations ho estimated that the land. I have no foar hut that wo hundred millions of this was on thete would be necessarily under the will meet the conditions that confront account of the Federal control and ' appropriations to bo made by Con- us nnd meet them to tho satisfaction $300,000,000 for new loans to the gress an oxpendlturo of $1,000,000,-00- 0 of the people. And when tho revenue carriers. (So that it will ho scon act is passed I believe the people of for the Army and tho Navy. at the outset that the appropriations "Thn fact Is, however, that tho Ar- tho country will realize that wo have for 1921, leaving out tlio extraordina- my and Navy appropriations combin- been forward-lookinthat wo have ry obligations created prior to tlio In- ed for 1922 will not exceed had the vision necessary to seo their duction of tho Republicans either Inso that there we have a sav- needs; and that wo have had tho pato tlio control of Congress or the ad- - ing of $100,000,000 in tho estimated triotism to do what should bo done to mlnUtratlvo sldo of tho Government, payments to bo niado through tho bring about tho stabilization of all wero $:!,79 1,337. 12G.90 Instead of. Treasury Department. My qwn activities and bring back peace and $G.O0O.O00,000, a d'lfforenco of Judgment is that we will not need to comfort and employment and prosraise i mont printed by between the stato-- 1-' more by itnernal rovenuo taxation perity and happiness to qvory home." the Democratic naIt has than $2,500,000,000. ilonal conimitteo and tho actual fact. been said by many that wo would Pl'JII' OIXIOXS IX ItlVEH I be".Vow, what is the fact as to 1922? lmve to raise $4,000,000,000. Tlio total appropriations for 1922 lieve that tho estimated miscellanIn order to savo tho sacks which and! eous receipts from the Government wero worth more than their contents, amount to $3,ri3S,20G,GlS..ri7, I nro as follows: wero avorage about $500,000,000 a year, 50,000 bags of flno onions Agricultural $3G,10 I.2G9.00 and it is estimated that wo will re- thrown into the Gunnison river at Diplomatic and Conceive from tho customs revenue under Delta, Colo. Transportation charges 9,32G,riG0.79 tho new tariff act $500,000,000. sular wero moro than the sale prlco of tho District of Columbia.. 19.412.U2.93 Wo will receive from postal reve- onions, so tho railroad lost a 8.03S.017.00 nues not less than $.100,000,000 shipment from ono town Fortification alone. 9.701, 501. G7 That would then show that wo would Meanwhilo consumers pay 10 cents a Indian Legislative 110,345,018.75 have by virtue of the proposition of pound for onions or do without. 1G5. 500,000. 00 2.500,000,000 income tax 1'onslon and the 574,057,552.00 other revenues I have Indicated a HUXKI.OWKRS AS IIEAX-POLE- S l'ost Office River nnd harbor . . . 15..250.000.00 prospective revenue of $4,000,000,000 Sundry civil 381.19G.7G0.41 Climblng beans aro often planted and with appropriations not exceeding $3,500,000,000 with possible pay- - with corn, tho corn stalks serving as Totul regular measnients, according to tho Secretary of substitutes for bean poles. Usually, ures enacted. .$1,4 3 2,29 2,1 25. Gl tho Treasury, of not to exceed $4,- - however, tho corn shades tho beans Appropriation Acts 014,000,000, 1 see no reason why wo too much for them to produce satis-ougPending not to bo able In tho new rove-- 1 factorily. Gardners find that giant Naval in tho amount nuu act when it comes up for consid- - Russian sunflowers are much better i as passed by tho as all their leaves may oration to take off the excess-profi- ts for bean-pol396,001,249.23 lax, the high bracket of income taxes, bo stripped off except two or three at House Army (in tho amount tho railroad freight and passenger tho top of tho stalk so that tho beans tax, which amounts to $300,000,000 ;get all tho sunshine they need. Two as agreed upon in a year, and all of the obnoxious soda or threo seeds should be planted with conference and counting pay of enwater fountain taxes and things of each hill of beans. Lator they must listed men still In ( that sort and substitute for them . bo thinned to ono stalk in each hill, dispute nothing but economy. at tho Sunflowers provide ideal support for Houso figures) .. 322,950, 818. SO "While It has been definitely un - tho beans and at the same time yield derstood that tho revenues from tho seeds that aro excellent chicken feed. Total, regular measures enacted, and Postal Service would not be suffl-clponding $2,151,244,193.64 In 1922 to meet tho appropria- FAMILY LIVE IN IIOTTLKD HOMJi: lVrmiiiiciii Appropriations tion it Is also fairly well understood Almost everybody knows of the that tho continued Increase In these Interest on tho pub$922,650,000.00 revenues will moro than offset In 'woman who lived in a shoo," but lic debt Sinking fund 260,754,864.87 1923 any deficiency that might exist 'not many know ot tho woman nnd her 1,000,000,00 In 1922, and while it was said by tlw .husband who llvo In a bottle. This Construction of roads outgoing administration, by the Tost-li- s joko or a not an Customs service, re27,000,000.00 master General in his various re-- scientific feat but a mcro statement payments, etc ports that thero was a surplus until lot fact. In this unique caso the bot-th- o Indian funds and infinal year of his admlnlstra- - tie happens to bo a glgautlo advertls- on Indian terest n 23,475,000.00 tlon, when ho said there was a deft lug sign for a soft drink, funds Miscellaneous Items.. 60,896,496.00 clt ot $17,000,000 and odd, yet when which a family has converted Into a compensatho actual facts wero disclosed, as homo on tho shores ot Pino Island Increased ($240 bonus). 35,000,000.00 we were able to discloso thorn, they lake, in New Hampshlro. tion o pdethlothprol showed that for Tho big bottlo is set back in the showed that for tho period ot his ad- - woodB and compotes with tho trees .$1,355,776,360.87 Total . . . car- ministration there was a deficit not themselves in height, comments Popu- Appropriations ot $17,000,000 but of $105,000,000, lar Mechanics magazine, for It stands In miscellanrled for which bo and bis assistants ccmo 35 feet tall and 10 toot in diameter. eous appropriation 20,897,018.02 to tho Committee on Appropriations It has been divided into threo stories, acts and other approand obtained deficiency approprla-- i with a dining room on the first floor Miscellaneous land sleeping quarters on tho socond tlons. for 1922 priations Economy To Ho Given. and third. Doors and windows have In deficiency act ap"I agree that tho tlmo has como been cut In tho curved sides. On one proved Jun. 16 1921 30,289,046.04 for tho most rigid system ot economy side has been built a bungalow addiIn Government, and for ono I propose tion to accommodato a kitchen and . . .? 3,538,206,618.57 drand total to exercise every influence and pow- living room. Two llllllons Out of Woy. . "Making a total of $3,538,206,618. er that I havo to put thnt bystem Into Missionary Yes, my friends, In There la auito u dlfferonco between effect. Ibo people of tho United a differ- States are demanding economy; thoy China human life is ot little value. that anil $6,000,000,000 aro demanding u reduction in taxes; If a wealthy Chinaman is condemned ence of $2,500,000,000. figures do not Include tho and to tho extent that it is possible to death, he can easily hlro another "There many poor $351,000,000 of doflclonclos appro- to give It to them they ought to have to die for him. Indeed, two deficiency I, but It must be realized by everyone fellows get their living by acting as priated for In tho last bills. Theso deficiencies havo noth- - who wants to bo fair that this ad- - substitutes. CONGRESS Til EASE DR. McVEY OFFERED POST IN MISSOURI Kentucky I'nlwiNlly Hcnrt lloilliitcs; Should bo Retained Here SiiN Aliiiutiln. Loxlngton, Ky July 9. Dr. Frank preildsnt of tho University of Kentucky, is puzzled ns to what course to take with tho oflor of tho presidency of tho University of Missouri, he snld today. He has not reached a decision and may not do so for ten days, ho said. "I have reached no decision in tno matter of whothor I shnll ncccpt tho presidency of tho Univorsity of Missouri, which has been offered me," declared Dr. McVoy, upon his return from St. Louis, whoro he met with tho Hoard of Curators of the university. "I expect to decide within the next ten days," ho said. "My decision hangs upon tho question, "What Is Kentucky going to do in regard to her university?" 1 have had gicat hopes for this institution," ho said, "but it can't go on with a more expansive program without ad ditional funds, and I nm nt a loss to know what tho state is going to do. This is not a one-mJob it is a job for the whole people, and I can't accomplish very much more McVey. an single-handed." iikaaiaiaMBLiis CfoSSdress Cry for FBo4cherp nt-la- ck Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been stature of and has been niado under hio pr- 00nal 8uPrvislon since its infarrr. Alhw no one to deceive you in th.. Counterfeit, and " nro Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health but of V""UICU experience nRainst E;cnevimc:t. o $ Cdj9j?s - In use for over over 30 yearc, has borne tho 7'fff - , Just-ac-go- coin-mllt- eo It is pleasant. It contains neitner upium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty Years it lias heenin constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind CoLc and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverisiincss arising therefrom, and by reflating the Stomach and Bowels, aids ""totf of Food; giving healthy and i?, tieep. The ChUdrca's Panacea The Mother's Friend. natural fayrups. irons anu boothing u.a jaww k'MUWV ' GENUINE CASTORS A JBsars the Signature of ALWAYS ss rie g; $700,-000,00- 0; Dr. McVey was visited recently by a delegation from the Missouri University, and at its invitation mado a trip to St. Louis to look over the sit nation. To the question of whether there Is more financial remuneration to the Missouri chair ho said: "Yes, some more, and much bigger opportunity. That Institution hns Just received nn appropriation of between six and seven hundred thousand dollars for buildings." "I havo never before been so pus- bled as to what courso to take. I am usually able to decide very quickly what to do, but in this instance I am at n loss. I waver according to the hour of the day." In discussing the possibility of Dr. McVey's leaving Kentucky, Herbert Graham, alumni secretary, said: "Dr McVey is the man who can and is bringing together the different elements in the stato in support of the university. It is essential to success of the new expansion program that ho hold the leadership nt this critical stage of tho university's develop- jT Sf ,r ff AT n-i-r ' JPWXI r v r-ins- oanswx8sasjItCtJ33Klj' 4 SS WW"'1"?' Sh a & &&WL P h Use The H'.H For Over M Years NCwyORK OITV. Kind You Have Always Bought J..r.iiT.V1" cMfANV. '''.'..' The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of j ment." Officials at tho college, when discussing the president, declared it is highly Important to tho state to keep Dr. McVey here. DAIRYING IX SOUTH COMING INDUSTRY ( j ' 15-c- ar ht es ' nt .., well-know- , .... A billion dollnr industry flourishes alon gthc right of way of the Illinois Central throiiKh tho soutiicrn terri tory, according to II. J. Sohwultert, general development agent ot tho 111 Central System, who contributes nn article to tlio Illinois Central .MagaEAGLE"MIKAB0". PencUNo.174 zine fbr Inly. is Tho indusry of which he tells dairying, nnd in 1919, ho points out, dairy cows in the United States proFor Sale at your Dealer Made in five grades duced milk valued at $2,578,600,000 ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND which was $354,392,000 greater than EAGLE MIKADO tho value of our entiro wheat crop for thnt year. Corn is tho only farm EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK crop which has a greater money value. There was a decrease in milk pro- IjOXG cles of moths aro able to aommunlcato YEARS IN duced In the United States as a whole STEADY SERVICE with sach other, often despito the fart for 1920, but Mississippi, especially that they wero separated by considIn the territory traversed by tho IlA railway, employe who spends his erable distances. At tho mating sealinois Central, showed a remarkable sparo time profitably is pointed out son, it Is said, a female Vapourer will development bureau Increase. The Illinois Central Magazine for attract males from a distance of a ot the Illinois Central has conducted j in tho person of Slgmond A. Lee, mile cr two, even when she is shut up to July in tho campaigns dairy and lectured an engine foreman in the yards at In a wooden box. This is thousands of farmers in this district. Louisville, who is exerting wido invamping. Reports from the managers ot some fluence through his newspaper, Tho ot the creameries located on the 1111 of Labor, Mr. Lee has been nois Central show a tremendous Journal in the service of the Illinois Central growth in the production of butter twenty years, during which tlmo he In the first five months of 1921 as1 never received a demerit mark. compared with tho first llvo months has At the close of his day bo goes to his of 1920. newspaper office for his second round of work. Mr. Lee's papor is devotDRINK ABUNDANT WATER ed to the interests of labor, During Aro you taking at lea3t elgbt glass- the war, while serving as a member es of water a day? It Is food1 and of tho Kentucky council of defense, medicine, observes the Chicago Trl- -, ho came into prominence by refusing buno. It Is moro necessary to drink to occupy tho samo platform with a ot least this amount than to comb radical speaker who bad made himyour hair or wash your face. It can self notorious by hio bo figured out mathematically almost MUSIC DUKING OPERATION lungs glvo off more than that tho two glasses ot water a day. Tho skin When doctors started to put O. J. gives off that much, or a good deal Kellcy of Boston under the Influenco moro, whllo tho kidneys are subject to all sorts of Irritations, followed by of etbor in order to remove a bullet disease, when tho fluids ot the body( from his thigh, ho objected strenu- Tires and accessories, featharo too neavy witn tao wastes anu ously. Calling for hit harmonica, he erweight Motor Bikes, Mo- -i breakdown from every ono of tboi played galJy whllo tho operation was tors for bicycles, Telephones billion of body cells. Copious wafer performed. ' and Supplies, Line Construc i drinking dilutes the wastes. Early In tho week What inlsera-bl- o Aro you having indigestion and cold weather we'ro having; why tion Material, Electrical Supconstipation? You will havo neither can't winter stop lingering in the plies, Shoe and General Reif you tako a glass of water, or two lap qf spring? If you can, thu minute you get up in Lator In tho week Isn't this heat pair Shop. tho morning, ono tho last thing at perfectly stifling? Nover saw such If it's fixable we fix it. night, and to on. A leading authori- unseasonable weather, did you? ty says tho extra perspiration ot sumiBoth telephones. mer interferes with tho secretion of COME tho gastric end other digestive Juices, MUNICATION OP MOTHS MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP "and so, by impairing Intastlnal favors constipation," Drink Sclontlatu havo long been puzzled as Beaver Dam, Ky. water enough for this extra workl to tho method by which certain spa- I long-distan' I i The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. t)on't delay. Liberty Bicycles On Sale LONG-DISTANC- V 3SS22ia22SSiSEES3ffiSSE SZHESSHSESSilSi wv&jrasgs HJ Qr fJIs'SW l'(FTn 32$' Nfe&tf Kg 111 Sale still continues. Bargains upon bargains d The phenomenal interest in our you, have been given to those who are attending, and still there are many more to greet market prices. as we are adding daily new merchandise at prices that are far below the merchandise at a low e If you have not availed yourself of this opportunity for pick. price, do so at once. Sale continues through the month, but early buyers get the Mill-Enhigh-grad- STAPLE GOODS Good Heavy Domestic 27-in- ch Domestic Heavy Shirting Ginghams Zephyr Ginghams Blue Denim Apron Gingham Percale (50c quality) h Romper Cloth (Heavy Quality) FANCY VOILES 35-inc- h 50-in- ch 36-inc- 10c 8c 19c 9c 29c 19c 10c 23c 25c 45-in- 40-in- 40-in- 40-in- 36-in- EXTRA SPECIAL! ORGANDIES $1.25 Imported Organdy 75 Organdies Organdies, all shades . . .50 50 White Organdy 40 White Organdy ch ch ch ch ch WORK SHIRTS Regular $1.00 Value, Work Shirts, 69c Our Sale Price MEN'S FINE SHOES Extra Quality $10.00 value, now. .$6.00 $12.50 to $13.50 Emreson Oxfords 7.95 LADIES' BLOUSE SPECIALS $1.50 Voile and Organdy Blouses 95c $1.95 $4.00 Silk Georgette Blouse 1.95 $3.50 Fancy Blouse TABLE LINEN SPECIAL 100 yards EXTRA SPECIAL! BOYS' BLOUSES 95c $1.25 Blouses, Percals all sizes 95c $1.25 White Blouses BOYS' WASH PANTS $1.50 $2.00 Grey Crash Pants 1.25 $1.50 Striped Wash Pants 1.00 $1.25 Cool Cloth Pants MEN'S WORK SHOES ExtraQuality $4.50 Work Shoes. $3.00 Our Special Price An endless variety of these hot weather wash fabrics. u $1.50 Voiles $1.00 Voiles 75c Fancy Voiles 50c Voiles ...., 79c 63c 45c 29c 1 Highly Mercerized Table Linen $1.25 79c value, special MEN'S SLIPPERS lot, Odds and Ends Men's Slippers, size 5',o, 6 and 61. only, ." Special . . . ." $1.19 72-inch SPECIAL LADIES' SLIPPERS Ladies' 1 lot, Size 2i., 3 and $3.50 and $'1.00 Slippers, 98c Special RUGS SPECIAL Six 9x12 Printed Seamless Brussels Rugs, Regular $20.00 val$15.00 ues, Special DRAPERIES WINDOW 20c Scrims, Special 122c 25c 35c Drapery, Special 35c 50c Marquisettes, Special MATTINGS Fast Colors, yard wide Mattings, 75c value, Sale Price 50c MEN'S HATS $5.00 and $6.00 Panama Hats $3.95 Young Men's Sailor Hats 2.95 $5.00 Felt Hats 2.95 Going Fast, Get your Pick Early. 3j FAIR fniBmSm&&4&EM. The (SL COMPANY, VXmWaiR and sensible bonus one merited, but we do not favor an indiscriminate bonus. Soldiers of no other war engaged In by the U. S. ever icccived a bonus, and until Jong year.' thereafter none ever received compensation of any sort, at least but com- "W T?mB2Mt&m!Sli5& arfford, Ky, Ttrrr"'T"ir r yymnm cluct. It is by H Hartford Republican by COMPANY Published Weekly HARTFORD PRINTING a measure bo prepared, in fact wo wish to and perhaps should lead. But where everybody Is on foot there is no horseman to ride you down. Which is the better plan for raising needed revenue for Uncle Samuel's business have the foreign vendor and trader pay a tax as ho lands his wares in this Country for sale, or take the sure method of having the consumer pay It all when ho pur chases at his door? There's a chance that the home consumer may escape enter route but It by the not tho shadow of a show of escape by the excess profits tax, the income tax, tho special additions to travel tickets, freight bills and lick and. stlck-lt-o- n as you buy from your corner grocery or drug store. There I", no use in arguing about the latter ways and means for squeezing the of th little fellow at the tail-tenline Its a foregone conclusion, hereamply demonstrated. and tofore Those in opposition to a tariff on imports would resort to all sorts of direct taxation would tax everything possible internally, before they would permit tho levy of a tax on foreign made goods and wares Imported to ' this Country. pay-as-y- Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor and Business Manager. paratively .' few CIA. - HARNETT'S CREEK Mrs. Jesse Chapman returned home Sunday after spending a few weeks with hor daughter, Mrs. Taylor Ralph and Mr. Ralph. Sunday school and singing are progressing nicely at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yates have returned to their homo in Owensboro, after spending several days with Mrs. Yates parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. E. L. Brooks and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whltakor and little son spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Ralph of Ralph's Chapel. Mr. Clifton Hoover was in Owensboro Tuesday on business. Mr. Bennlo Trogdon and sister, Georgia, of Union Grove, attended singing here Sunday. Entered according to law at the Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., as wail matter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. tc insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for each head line and slgnautro, money la advance. Church Notices for services free, tut other advertisements, lc per word. Anonymous communications receive no attention. ,i NOTICE XO SUBSCRHJERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent f.o a new address must give the old address in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, and 8c per lino for each al HEAVER DAM DROPS FAST GAME TO HARTFORD In one of tho nest games that anj fan will want to see this year Hartford came out on tlin Ions side of a flvo to four count with Beaver Dam at Rivorsidc Park Sunday. In the box for Unzarlh sttfrted Hartford but due to strained tendon wa forced to retire In tho third in fat or of Thorpe. Beaver Dam's scoring was over for tho rest of tho game. Stevens went the entire routo for Beaver Dam and was right there with tho goods. The breaks wont against him and the few hits that the Rivorsiders gathered were at the times when scores were needed the most. Beaver Dam AB R H PO A E 4 Barnes, f. c. 0. 2 4 0 Leach, ss 0 4 0 0 Render 3b. 0 4 Dosset c. 0 0 1 0 0 Westerfield If. 4 1 2 Barnes 2b. NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court: Regular term. May 2nd, 1921. Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Presiding. In in boundary of Woft Beaver Pain and Taylor Mine voting further ordered and adjudgul the ourt. that the name and num- ' preclmu: 111 00 10 101210 0 0 0 12 8 Coop 2b. will Davis lb. Alford r. f. Stevens p. Total 10 4 10 0 12 10 1 4 4 12 10 H 10 1 3 0 0 0 2 TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual v 59 "Maud's husband is the make-u- p ...35 AB 4 4 1, 4 4 4 5 24 FRIDAY, JULY 15 Every time an infant's life is saved it means one: morei chance for death via the automobile, route. Shaw Wo wish George Dornard would enlighten us as1 to the probable duration of this tarnation' hot weather. He was1 so c'ffli'lent, or proficient in his prognostications on the fiasco, Upon President Harding's initiative, it seems certain that all of the great maritime powers are to gather at Washington at ho''very distant date lor tbo discussion and probable agreement on the 'limitation of arms and armaments. Halting of urmaments programs in process of execution and planted for, by the various largo nations to take part in the proceedings will surely save billions in taxed to those affected, and we bollevo that the way to pormanent peace, or ns licar permanent as possiblo to attain, may be n'lnde easier, ht least present Jiurdens may bo mado lighter by a general halt in preparations for future wars, whether real or Imaginary. Bo long as other countries prcparo Jor war and scowl at us, we must, In man on a newspaper." "I suppose his work Is to make up It appears that the soldier bonus those sensational stories they print. bill Is, for tho present doomed. The What a fascinating Job!" Boston bonus proposition is a grave one. A Transcript. question which should bo disposed of men with justice to both INSURANCE FIRM DISSOLVES and the' public. We confess our lack of understanding of tho proposed To our Patrons and"Friends; legislation, but when we speak of a Notice Is hereby given that tho men it should be bonus for firm of Parks & Yeiser has been disa bonus 'for real men. For solved, and all future business will thousands who were in service from be under tho firm name of Parks first to last. A bonus, in addition to Bros. tho one heretofore 'paid the men, Wo wish to thank you for your would bo nothing short of graft, ye; past patronago and hope to have a for other thousands and thousands a of your business In the bonus of some sort isiwholy deserved, continuance future. , nt least earned. Whatever is paid In Very truly yours, the way of a bonus must come from W. H. & M. T. PARKS. tho pockets of tho peoplo who are now taxed to the limit, so tho maANNOUNCEMENT jority of us think, and to add these new millions upon the' Country at this Wo nro authorized to announce C. time, a time of general depression, would bo a load staggering Indeed, B. CARDEN as a candidate for tho yet Justice should bo done, and that Democratic nomination for Sheriff of too at the earliest date possible, but Ohio County, subject to tho action In justico there aro two classes to of tho primary election, August 6, bo considered. Tho Federal Govern- 1921. ment Is now caring for (ho great majority of. helpless ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD has aumen and their dependents,, by hospital thorized us to announco his candidatreatment and maintenance, by edu- cy for tbo Democratic nomination cating them and by regular compen- for Sheriff of Ohio County, subject sation payments etc. Wo aro not to tho primary election, August 6, Inclined to bo against a reasonable 1921. Hartford lb. Glcnn. Crowo, ss. Maddox cf. Phelps, lb. c. Thorpe If. p. c. Parrot. 2b. Taylor 3b. Tlnsleyrf. Bozarth, p. Taylor If. Total By Innings Beaver D. 19 10 10 11 12 5' ,4 .10 120 10 10 10 0 0 1 ' 1 R 11 PO A 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 Thi., il;.y iii.ne L. A. Stoou?, E. F Render, R 1'. Coleman, Hdo.1 Hani sin, Tcni Tender and otlws being legal voters Jr. West Hoavor Dam, and Taylor Mines voting precincts, and invud the tourl to hav :hi bouudor-lo- s of said precincts changed, nnd'thc court being sufficiently advised, and being personally advised of the necessity of said change, sustained tbo motion of said applicants, and it is now ordered and adjudged by the court that tho dividing line dividing said precincts bo changed, and that the lines when changed shall bo as follows: The boundary lino of West Reaver Dam and Taylor Mines voting precincts Is changed and established, so ns to Include all of tho farms now owned and occupied by L. A. Stevens, E. F. Render, Tom Render, R. P. Coleman and Mrs. Blnnton Harrison, in West Beaver Dam voting precinct, and tho line of Taylor Mlno voting nwixtno is changed so as to exclude all of the said farms from said pre- - ber and the voting place In onch precinct remain the same as tltey aro ow, and that hurenftor all olectlon held in and for Ohio County. Ky , the voters residing on the farms above mentioned lie permitted to vote In said West Beaver Dam voting precinct. No. 14. MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. A Copy Attest: W. C. HLANKENSH1P, C. O. C. C. r FOR Your Supplies, quick service at reasonable cost, bring your car to BROWN &JARNAGIN Hartford, Ky.. 1 4 4 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 3 3 2 3 0 110 13 5 .rnpnrJ Tp 31 5 9 27 123456789 040000000 0 R II E 452 Ox 5 9 D Suminary- - -- Stolen base: TInsley 2, Two J. Taylor, Maddox, Westerfield. M. Thorpe, base hits, J. Taylor, Barnes. Three baso hits J, Taylor, Sncrlfico hits: Crowo, Ronddr, Davis. Doublo plays: C. Taylor to Parrott. Parrot to Glenn to Phelps; struck out by Bozarth 2 in 2 innings, by Thorpe 5 in 7 Innings, 7 by Stovons in 9 innings. Base on balls of Bozarth 1, of Stevens 1. Hit by pitcher Maddox 2; wild pitch, Thorpe; winning pitcher Thorpe, losing pltchor, Stevens. Time of gamo 1:45. Umpires Walker and Peters. 4 Mrs, Holen Iglehcart is to leave today for Munslng, Mich., where sho will spend two months with hor eon, Mr. Royce Jglelicart and Mrs. Igle- - Hartford 1020 11 A Repair Job in gel --Jbyfafo - we sellit. HARTFORD, KLY. Ifyou neednewbrake Jinint HARTFORD MOTOR CO., I Time Saves Nine beart. I' bewbcm GMT COLOR I In the Most Desirable Styles Mr It II. Lloyd, of Fordsvillc, flora Rhonda Is 111 of typhoid the homo of her grandmother, Mrs. spent yesterday and last night hore, at the guest of friends. He goor to M J lions of this city. Ilociver.Dnm today to upend n cou Henry Daffron, son of Thomas ple of days as tho guest of Mr. Mar Daffrou. Winter (Jordan, Fin., Is Vis- - shall Hamo. ItinK relr.tlvrs nt Rorkport, C"ntr- Mra James Prltclmrd nnd thlldrtn. touii and Suhnydnle. of Lmilavllla and Mrs. Jeff Wilson, Mrs. Sam lJroldmtWtth, of llnwei-vllle- , of I'ontlac, Mnt., arrived In Hartford returned 'horn TiiMdajr, ftftr last week to upend several days with a fow days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. their parents, Hev. and Mrs. It. D. l.on Ralph and family. Bennett. MI s i Vi . ' SCi. WS-5- 0 v5-5- 0 ' W W&SZ Wirthmor Silk Blouses that reached us this morning have the tremendous style appeal in fabrics that are most desirable, in the shades that are subtly appealing to the discriminating. The woman who wears a Wirthmor Silk Blouse can feel sure that she has the newest and most serviceable blouse that will meet with most favorable comment in the social and business elements which she frequents. The four styles depicted here are just a few of n to show you others in them. Ask the either Crepe Meteor, Georgette or fancy Mignonette. The ever growing demand for new styles frequently has brought about our association with a manufacturer who gives to us the privilege of displaying these garments as the authorized style center of this city. If you have not worn a Wirthmor Silk Blouse, try one now and we are certain that you will want to add one to your wardrobe frequently. sales-perso- The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. COMING Tho Stnr Entcrtnlnmont Clarence Itlddlu of Huford, died Mon- will show at:' day Burial took place at Mt. Car-jiH- 'l Falrview School hotiRo, July 10. nt 11 a. m, Tuasdny. Moorman School house, July 18. 0 Pnttlecvillo School house, July Mr and Mrs. S. 1J. Thomas, son Dnvldfon School house, July 21. and daughter, S. II. Jr. and Mary Et- Olston Sohoolhouso, July 22. ta, of Guthiio, spent Sunday night Roslno School house, July 23. and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ronfrow School house, July 2ii. King nnd family. Manda School house, July 2G. All new pictures. Sco bills. Isabel Mnry Ellon and Misses JOHN L. MILLER. m Moore, of Louisville, arrived In town .Monday to spend doveral days with I, W. C Blankonslilp, Clerk of the tholr grandmother, Mrs. M. J. Ross Ohio County Court, do hereby certiand other relatives. fy that tho following Is a correct list of tho Candidates and tho order Mrs. John W. Ford and son, Albert In which they will appear on the ofof Central Grovo and Mrs Jas. T. ficial Ballot at tho Primary Election Davis and son, Elmore Diamond of Sunnydalo, aro visiting relatives ir to be held In Chio County, Kentucky, on tho Gth day of August, 1921. Alorgantown, this week. 19-2- New Perfection Oil Stove has been placed in more than 300,000 homes with satisfaction. If you want.your wife to smile these hot days try one in your . home. Ben Tumor of this place suffered a broken finger last Saturday whilo catching for Central Grovo In a ball gamo between that team and Washington, on tho letter's diamond. FOK SALE Pair good mules, 5 and 8 years old, weight 900 tbs. each. New set of harness and road wagon. II. i VANWINKLE, Hoslne, Ky. 2t2p. Misses Heatrlco and Virginia Leach and brother Leonard, Jr., will return Sunday from Graham, whore they went last Saturday to vbilt their brother, Mr. Arthur Leach, and friends. Mrs. E. W. Cooper and children, jf Nashvlllo, Tenn., arrived in the Jlty Wednesday, to spend some time with Mr3. Cooper's mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnott, nnd grandmothor, Mrs. J. A. Bennett. Miss Myrtle Carter, of Concord, returned Sunday from a visit of several days with her aunt, Mrs. Roland Jones and Mr. Jones, of Mndisonvllle. She was nccoinpanied homo(by Miss Eveljn Jones. DEMOCRATIC TICKET ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. FOB .SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY ' C. B. CARDEN, E. E. BIRKHEAD. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Magisterial District No. I. R. B. CANARY. WILLIE HAUL. T. A. EVANS. T. J. BAUNETT. H Auto Magisteiinl District, No. 5. IUA XlOSELEY. O. C. MAG AN, G. S. HOLBROOK, Carson i " L Co husi-iu'ih J H. AMBROSE. REPUBLICAN TICKET ! Hartford, Kentucky. mr..HRrmM nm Stop in if you are in trouble or call us. We will give you prompt attention. We We do not charge for experimenting. also cany a good line of MILLER'S TIRES and INNERTUBES. The Hartford FRIDAY, Republican . .iriiY ir PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Portland Coment at ACTON BROS. lion. Alvls S. Donnctt of Louisville, wan iu Hartford Monday. Mako that old houso new with lied Spot Paint. acton imos. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Tappan spent from Friday to Sunday in Dawson Springs. Mrs. Russell Walker and children aro visiting relatives in Cloverport and Hnrdlnsburg. Mr. rorcll Brown of Detroit, Michigan, was a visitor at this office Tuesday whilo in town. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Colo of DunIn Hartford. dee spent Thursday They gavo this offico a call while here. Mr. Martin Collins of Chattnnooja, has been In Hartford this week on a business mission, and calling upon old friends . f Mr. and Mra. DoWltt Martin oC Lt:ermpre, wero guests of Mr. and Mta. S. T. Darnott from1 Tuesday until yesterday. Dr. Molroso Tappan and son to their homo in Kaufman, Texas, aftor spending about a month here with the family of Dr. J. B. Tap, pan. have-returne- Mr. Charllo Leach, druggist with tho Ohio County Drug Co., is out again after being confined to his homo, a fow days, on account of illness. . Misses Sallye Coleman of Paradise, Southard of near McHenry, guests this week of Miss Ellza-bot- h aro Davidson, while attondlng tho Carrie- - '. Institute. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baltzell of Dodgo City, Kans., aro visiting tho families of Mr. J. E. Davidson and Mr. Coorgo UatUell of Hartford, and other relatives and friends in Ohio uoumy. .. v. ., - FOR REPRESENTATIVE Buckner, of Beaver Dam, and IRA JONES. pastor T. T. Frazler. of Hartford. W. H. BAIZE. Mr nud Mrs. Grant Arnold of Illi- Two services aro being hold daily: I. S. MASON. nois, who are motoilni; o Florida. 2:30 and 8:30 p. m. JUDGE OHIO COUNTY COURT p.iKged thru Hartford Monday. WINSON SMITH. left yesterday Mr. Harry R. R. WEDDING. Mr. John M. Bishop of Centertown for Kobards, where he goes to take MACK COOK. waa the guest thin week of his son, aver tho agency of tho L. 3i N. depot W. S. DEAN. at that place during tho absence of FOR CLERIC OHIO COUNTY COURT Mr. Oscar Hlshop and Mrs. Bishop. tho ragular agent. He will return In M. F. CHUMLEY. Attornoya Tom Snndidge and E. B. ten days or two weeks. E. G. BARRASS. Anderson of Owonshoro, were here J. E. MITCHELL. Mr. John D. Martin and sister. Miss tho first of this week in attendance JAMES A. TATE, Evelyn, will leave for their home in of circuit court. M. C. SCHROADER. Stigler, Okla., tomorrow or Sunday, ISOM MITCHELL. SEP T. WILLIAMS. Mr. Komnoy Duff of Fordsvllle, after having spent two weeks with M. A. EMBRY. while in a ball ganio at Suiinydale, relatives" In Livonrore, E&rllngton, ROY H. FOREMAN. Sunday, sustained a painful uitlo-catio- n lartford and Cromwell. FOR CLERK OHIO CIRCUIT COURT of one of his ankles. Capt. Allison J. Barnett accompaFRANK BLACK. O. N. STEWART, week in mentioning the visit nied by his mother, Mrs. C. M. BarLast Mrs. V. A. MATTHEWS. of Mrs. Joo B. Kogers and daughter, nott wont to Loulsvlllo Tuesday. Wednesday, the FOR SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY wc gave the young lady's name as Barnett returned CIOERO CROWDER. Grace, when it should have been Captain going on to Lexington to Ho will likely return visit friends. CAL P. KEOWN. lluth. Sundny. G. A. RALPH. CARL M. TAYLOR. Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Moore of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, acB. C. RHOADS. Owensboro, are spending tho week D M. D". HEFLIN. with Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Bennett, companied by their nephew John Martin, and niece, Miss Evelyn MarT. H. BLACK. and with other relatives In the Beda tin, spent Wednesday with their G. P. JONES. country. daughter, Mrs. Chester Wilson and FOR JAILER OHIO COUNTY of near Green IUver JOHN T. KING. Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter. Mr. Wilson, BARNETT L. TINSLEY. Miss Esther, aro expected to arrive church. CHARIE SMITH. home within tho next few days from at Green Tho Burying grounds WORTH TICHENOR. Dawson Springs where they went River Baptist Church, near Cromwell NATHANIEL HUDSON. last Friday. Is to bo cleaned off Tuesday, July 19. S. A. LEE. JOHNSON STEWART. Mr. W. II. Parks, Harold Holbrook, All who have friends and relatives present FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and Henderson Murphreo, city, went burled thero will please be Magisterial District No. 1. and assist in tho work. to Owensboro Tuesday, where Mr. JAS. A. BOLING, BIRCH SHIELDS, Pastor. had an operation performed Parks J. P. McCOY. on bis nose. Magisterial District No. 2 Messrs. Percll, Cecil and Clay W. 9. KNOTT. Brown of Detroit, Mich,, arrived at Mr. T. L. Davis, apprentice ForeFELIX SHAVER. man, of Atkinson, will bavo charge the- - home of their father, Squire Q. Magisterial District No. 3 Ml H. & B. B. Brown, Monday, near McHenry, of the Dundee Section, O. E. SCOTT. wheroTTTdy will spend three weeks. R whilo Mr. a. Barnard Is It. N. M. TAYLOR. The brothers motored through from on his vacation. Q. B. BnOWN. the Michigan metropolis. Magisterial District No. I. LOST Ono pair of J. R. MURPHY, Mrs. A. J, Williams rcturnod home spectacles, in case, between Hartford J. G. WITHERS. and Centertown. Finder pleaso noti- Tuesday week from Chicago, whore J. W. CHEEK. fy L, C. TAYOR, Box 33, Centertown. sho had been visiting her daughter, Magisterial District No. 5. D. Turley, and Mr. Turley. 3t2pd Mrs. E. and receive reward. W. A. HELM. She was accompanied homo by her J. W. GRAY, Miss Mary Warren Collins who has grandson, Master Edward, who will Magisterial District No. O. attondlng a business school in spend the rest of tho summer hero. been J. A. EDGE. Louisville, will return to her home MACK MARTIN. WANTED Experienced Salesman hero tomorrow to romain during the Magisterial District No. 7. In Ladlos & Mens Furnishing Goods remainder of the summer. J. N. LOOSDON. to travel In Ohio and adjoining counJ. W. TAYLOR. Mr and Mr.. S. T. Barnott of Hart- ties. Must have a team or machine. W. C. DAUGHEnTY. accompanied by Mrs. Joo B. Writo ford, Attest: HOUSE, LOUISVILLE JOPBINO Rogeis, of Chicago, went to Liver-mor- e W. C. BLANKE.NSHIP, 117 S. Ctb. St yestorday for a short visit with ' Clerk Ohio County Court. Ky. Louisville, Mro. John Llndley and family. S. L.-M-ab-se- nt gold-rlmra, Prof. W I Hhonds 'made a trip to Central City yesterday Ho Will return today. it A serlos of meotlngs Is being held Goshen, conducted by the Rev. W. BROWN & JARNAGIN Main Street Phone No. 34 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. rnngnmunammnEnrwri ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We a For County Clerk: West Beaver Dam. ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy MODE SCHROADER N. Roslno. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. F. CHUMLEY McHenry. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Balzetowa. ROY H. FOREMAN are to authorized R. W. SLACK announce candidate for Judgo of the Sixth Circuit Court District, of Kentucky. November election, 1921. We For Commonwealth's Attorney are authorized to announce C. E. SMITH At- a candidate for Commonwealth's For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KINU Hartford. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. HARNETT L. TINSLEY Hartford R. P. D. No. 5. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, Route 1. McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON Court torney of tho Sixth Circuit Election NoDistrict, of Kentucky. vember 8th 1921. For County nnd District Offices. to announce Wo are authorized the candidacy of the following chitons, subject to the action of the Republican party In tho primary election August 6, 1921: For Tax Commissioner ROY F. KEOWN Fordsville. For Representative. IRA JONES Arnold. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. I. S. MASON Buford. For Magistrate, (District No. 1) J. P. McCOY Hartford Routo 2. J. A. DOLING Upper East Hartford. 2. For Circuit Clerk: Hartford R. PRANK DLACK (District No. 2.) W. C. KNOTT-i V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllo. O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. Centertown. PELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. (District No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. O. E. BCOTT Prentiss. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. (District No. 4.) J. W. CHEEK ABklna. (Dish let No. 5 JAMES W. GRAY Hartford, R. 5. MACK COOK For County Judge: Hartford. WINSON SMITH Select. W. S. DEAN Dundee. R. R. WEDDING Hartford. OTTO For County Attorney. C. MARTIN Hartford. For Sheriff. GEORGE P. JONES Bedo. O. A. RALPH Hartford. B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. CICERO CROWDER Select. T. H. BLACK Hartford. Coatortown. MALEN. D, HEFLIN (District No. 6.) A. EDGE Dundee. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. J. (DlHtrclt No. 7.) J. WALTER TAXLOR Cromwell. J. N. LOGSDON Roslno. For Constable. (District R. II. nASILXM No, 7.) Roslne. Ucda, Ky., or to A. D. Kirk, Attornoy NOTICE All persons having claims against Hartford, Ky., within 60 days from tho estate of Marvin Hoover, deceas- this date. ,ED SHOW" ed, will ploato present same, properly Executor. proven, to mo nt my rosldonce, near COULD BEAT HANDS SHUCKING HIS CORN VATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS EVERSHARP PENCILS At Least J. A. White Would Bet So, After Being Relieved of Dyspepsia By Tanlac. all k tfto & tfL wk I f I 1 1 H MkJP jf j & c "My wife nml myself havo had Ktomach trouble," sals Mr. J. A. White, residing on the Leestown riko. It. V. U., N'o. C, near Lexington, .Ky., "and havo both been nervous and run down." "Wo could not see anything without fiiifferlnB afterwards and could not sleep at night. Wo wcro regular "The Nyal Store" nervous dyspeptics. We tried many rcmidies without permanent benefit until wo hoard of Tanlac. 1 got this CHOCOLATES ON ICE EASTMAN KODAKS medicine and began using It. We .noticed immedlato results. We are l)oth greatly improved by Tanlac. We Kivo all credit for tho change of HARDING TO LET OWLS Central Railroad. Jicalth to Tanlac. It is a remarka- ence on the Irish situation is considE DOCTOR Tho chief purpose i ered here to be an indication that the ble medicine. LIVE ON BOYS' PLEA rlum will bo to caro of the nanato CURES BY FAITH for soldiers of' struggle Is approaching "I personally feel so good that I Anglo-Iris- h tho world war who are suffering from told my hands a day or two ago that an end. Washington, July 9. President tuberculosis. Hods for nt least fi00 was expressed Vision Directs Him To "Miracles." Much satisfaction I could beat any of them snucKing Harding has approved tho finding of of tnoso cabl,3 w, bc rcntly oar,y noxt Sujs llrotlirr Isaiah Of corn. I meant it and believo I could today over tho news, especially at tho the school boys' Jury which decided SI)rK. Tne sanatorium personnel I, s Angeles Vatican, slnco tho Holy Sco has been havo beat 'em all. that the owls In tho Whlto House wlu incmB froln lwcnty to ffty afflict hu- working FOR PERSONAL HVr.lFNF Of all the maladies that under great difficulties, Dmolvctl In water for douche attend-subjeLos Angeles, July 9. Crowding grounds mny live. Intorcst In the Bk,e,i spudaiistg, Mllri,cs topr manity chronic dyspepsia, such as Mr. wishing to remain on good terms pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- ants, Tllero wl ,)0 tw0nty-tm- o was widespread among naand Mrs. White suffered from, is with England but feeling sympathy about a gaunt, bearded, aged man mation. Recommended Ly Lydia E, children all over the coun- - llgs r maJor importance, eight of Finkham Med. Pope Benedict had a standing on the clipped lawn of a probably tho most prevalent and for Ireland. Co. for ten yeart. in de long interview with Cardinal Gaspar-r- l, park past which scurry street car try. hundreds of whom submitted wn,ch are at ,irMenl under construc- - A healing wonjer for narns! catarrh, consumed hours might bo oro throat nnd tore eye Economical. dally assemble more nrieis to tho American Forestry As-- 1 t)oll. Tho san.ltorIllm ,s Jjleaiiy papal secretary of state, today, In and limousine, scribing tho sufferings, mental and Flit ttrnftftnv !.n.:n .l I.I bodily, of tho victims of chronic dys- which he expressed hope for nn end persons than attend any theater, sociation which arranged tho trial. cat0l ,, a Mn nl an clovation of more .j.r;joFrej. 50c. .11 dmswu. rt r.n.d by I w ToOfl Conunnr. lUloo. Mm. touny nuurcsseti nistlan C0(l feet ,200 feet nbovo the S.m.a. city to watch S niu of tho violence In Ireland, which he church or school in the pepsia. unreal, whimsical and condemned on the part of the Sinn him evoke the "miracle" of faith in approval to J lunula Dradley, a Wash- - Tradewater River, A morbid, tugton schoolboy and member of a healing. n fc melancholy condition of tho mind, Fclnors as well as the crown forces d Brother Isa- John Hurroughs Club, who headed f.'OMPKItS HEADS LAltOlt IIODV He is the nervous physical sufasldo from tho iah, whose exhortations and blessings the jury. In the following letvor: fering, is the usual state of the avCatarrh Cannot Be Cured ".My dear .llmmle: An organized attempt to unseat seems scarce-J- y With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they daily work the marvel of restored erage dyspeptic and life "Your conclusion is that tho bal- Samuel Uompors as president of tho cannot reach tho scat of the disease. health and firmlty, as scores aWest. worth the living. Catarrh Is a local disease, nreatly inThe crowds of intermingled scof- ance) Is in favor even of tho least American Federation of Labor failed ?fl medicine, fluenced by constitutional conditions, and Tanlac, tho celebrated In order to cure' it you must take nn fers end believers fren.net lv numdesirable of the birds, and I am in- to i nut lire nt tho Denvor convention. was designed especially for overcom- internal remedy. Hall'3 Catarrh Mediagree with you. For why The veteran labor chief was Is taken internally and acts ing this distressing condition and mil- cine blood on the mucou3 surfaces ofthru ber from 10,000 to 12,000 munch- clined to -the twe.-c- t? the put everything flse f .iU. to the presidency for tho 4 0th time. of people havo taken It with tho system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was ing "hot dogs" nnd picnic iuncho' should these birds havo been lions 2u ii.ivi.tjv i"rst;atio" tu:d physicians i.nlc of gratifying re prescribed by onefor tho best It is com- while they else patiently forward there, unless to perform some useful John Lewln. president of tho United j .carirv-.most astonishing and years. ih. a.c the fcupruiu in this country service? On the whole I think we Mine Winkers, Ills only opponent, posed of romr ';, ;.. tlmcrndj have tss..:iej. of tho best tonics It soonis to go straignt 10 uie combined soma some of the best known, within touch of the man's hands. sults. with blood I think was Savo for ;!i0 3e markc of a modern will grant them a reprieve. dcfoited by a vote of about 25,-0FOR spot, toning up and invigorating ev- purifiers. Tho perfect combination of LIVER AND the ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Mediday, the pivfe whore Hrothtr Isaiah your John Hurroughs Club must be to 12.000. Members of tho de70WAC.il TROUBLE ery organ of tho body. cine Is what produces such wonderful is the bt.,t nitJicme ever :!d A mi'.. in some brown hill-- f doing a useful work. I hopo you feated faction later addressed tho results In catarrhal conditions Send for m testimonials, free. 9 ovtr a tfruKu 'j counter. t'p of am, n. Judea where folk of will continue your nature studies nnd gathering nnd pledged harmony and l A young negro was asked whero he F. J. CHENET & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. "wirf.wnnvii twiym.ii .J up All DrucRlsts. 76c. other custom and tongue flocked that later on, when you all become camo from. Ho drew himself to fight tho "corrupt In- -' Hall's Family Pills for constipation. about the uuc "hoin this "miracle men and women, you will bo as much tcreats." proudly. "1'arn from the first state disposed to apply the rules of equity man" professes to follow. In the Union, sah." This was the first roal attempt to ' A TIMKIiY DISCOVKItY OF KItltOK and justice as you have been in this oppose Compers slnco John Mcllrlile, Messes Itlfli and Poor. "New York?" o'clock in the af- case. Each day from a mine worker, defented him in 1S94. "No sah; Alabama, sah." of the U. S. marine corps institute at "Most sincerely yours, ternoon until pas midnight, Hrothor Gompers was roturnoil to offlco tho "But Alabama Isn't tho first state Two applicants beforo the director i "WARREN G. HARDING He asks Isaiah attends the afflicted. following year, however. At the re- -' Jn the Union." 5 i Quantlco, Va., had spelled tho word a no money. He asks no questions, to "Alphabetically speaking, sah, alcent convention T. Tobin of Indiana- "grammar" as "grammcr" and were Sunday all, rich and poor, doubter and beVXKAKTII SHIP UXllKIt CITY. phabetically speaking." polls and Frank Morrison of Wash- making corrections when a third apliever, he profers tho inexplicable ington wcro School Advocate. treasurer and ' plicant came along and asked: . Contractors excavating for a sky- - secretary respectively. curative virtue of faith, as he pro- It was an"What are you changing the word pounds it. He prays over them. Some scraper in San Francisco "fumbled on Summer Complaint Quickly Itclicrcd grammar nounced that a campaign will be tin- forr ho annolnts with oil. To all ho says, tho remains of an old wooden ship :0 dortaken to bring the prenent mem "About two years ago when suffer"Why, we spelled it wrong," ansVQTfVVVBT of summer "According to your faith, let It be foot under ground and over si mlla hership of about 4,000,000 to 5,000,- ing from a severe attack wered ono of tho applicants. from any water. Records sho.vcd that 000. done unto you." complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic "Give mo that rubber," said the Many have gone away apparently it was the "Euphemla," ono of tho ag .and Diarrhoea Remedy and it reliev- third man. "Darned if I ain't spellChildren rid of their infirmity, even to blind- - ships used in the days of '11 when, ed me almost Instantly," writes Mrs. ed It with two m's myself." Miss Olde Iiird I'll bet you any- A Safe Old Fashioned Y. ness and epilepsy. Henry Jewett, Clark JHlls, N. aftor the stampede round tho Horn thing you liko that I never marry. -o Brother Isaiah's real anme is Isa- - for gold, ships were abandoned by Remedy for Worms Ho y This la an excellent remedy for colic tako you. NO CHAXCE VOll POKTS iah Cudney. He is 74. Thirty years their crews at the end of the journey Seventy. five ycaracontin .and diarrhoea and should be kept at Miss Olde Bird (rapturously) uoua use it the best testi. m ago he was a horse doctor In Ne- - and left in tho mud flats. Tho Eu- - will you really? hand by every family. Then I won't bet, In an address before tho annual monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE . braska. Then It was, ho says, that phemia was converted into a prison, .after all. can offer you. meeting of the American Library AsJAPAN PATTKKNS AKTEK U. S ho was called to his present work. With tho growth of the city th water Keep a bottle always on sociation, Prof. D. L. Sharp of Ilos-to- n hand. It will help keep "A woman came to me," he asserts, was forced back and soon the ship "There's a girl who would rather university declared that Amerithe little ones healthy In the opinion of Pro:. Frederick "Sho said she had been searenmg ev- - was in the heart of tho city surround- - remain slnglo than he tho slavo of can poets are being converted Into and happy. of the University cf Chicago, orywhere for me. Tho touch of her ed by substantial buildings. Altho any man." Starr 30cabotdetyourc!nJKtiat'or They workers and moneyJmakers. general tore; or if your dealer who has just returned from a tour hand was like an electric shock. Sho tho hulk was removed with difficulty "But isn't sho afraid of being lone-tol- d can't aupplyyou,iCDl ilia Dame being "starved emotionally," he and 30c in ataropa and we'll of the empiro, Japan regards the are me I was called for this work, the contractors realized a small for- - some?" tend you a bottle promptly. United States as her greatest friend said. "Our American schools provide and then sho vanished Uko a star in tune from the sale of tho copper nnd "Oh, no. Sho is too busy on her E. 4 1 FREY. Baliimwt. Hi. I a and tho nation she most desires to for captains of industry; they neglect the sky. She was tho woman do- - brass Junk in It. o great book, "How to Manage a Hus- tho natural and emphasize the for- scribed in Revelations. a- Vpattern after. He declares that it is band.' " ' tike for Japan to yield so much malnoand vocational saining. There Faith Is Only Need. DIG SANATORIUM AT provision mado for poets in to tho United States but that Eho is "I have never come upon any case DAWSON WELL ON WAY Pearl Oh, wo had a delightful does it hecauso of her regard for this their courses of study. Education has of pain that I couldn't remove If j wedding and received so many sil- WILL become communistic." country. There is a restless feeling only tho petitioners had sufficient The United States Government Is ' ver presents. TAKE Japan, ho says, that sho will have - spending 2,250,000 in building a pub- in faith. It Is they who cure themMyrtle That was fine. And did Summer Complain in Children. trouble in 1921 because she had wars selves not I. He health service sanatorium three your father givo you something In sll- There is not anything like so many Jn 1894, 1904 and 1914. "If Ameri"What I do is In accordance with ' deaths from this disease now as be the word of God what any true ,nne3 trom Dawson Springs, Ky., re-- j ver. too? ca gos to war with Japan," ho says, ports a writer in tho Illinois Central Pearl No, ho gave us a bottle of foro and DiarA Trsatmenl "it will be because of the atitudo of rhoea Chamberlain's Colic such gener- Christian can do." Magazine for July. Dawson Springs acid to test the others with. Boston Remedy came Into unthinking Americans duo to their Ho spends ten hours dally at the i3 served exclusively by tho Illinois Globe. for WEAK prejudiced viewpoint of tho Japanese al use. When this remedy is given park, sleeps five, and during tho re Vt with castor oil as directed and propLUNGS or .attitude." i maining hours "blesses" handkerer caro is taken as to diet, it Is safe CONSUMPTION. chiefs sent to htm by the thousands. out of If you feel "blue," "No account", to say that fully ninety-nln- o Prior to his nppearance in Los lazy, you need a good cleaning out. every hundred cases recover. Sir. Angeles, Brother Isaalah was in New 'cellos. A quick relief for (bit tired, Hcrblno is tho right thing for that V. C. Campbell of Butler, Tenn., says Orleans, where ho was eredlted with ' coughi, paint In cbtit. nlfhl iweati. hemorpurpose It stimulates tho liver, "I have used Chamberlain's Colic and many cures. rhage!, weak lunti or consumption. II it dot tones up tho stomach and purifies tho Diarrhoea Remedy for summer comMl help you tl coals you notblol. Efforts of certain local ministerial lock box env iowcls. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio plaint in children. It Is far ahead associations to suppress the "miracle nuin ucninAi on uiiiu mLuiunk uui columbur o. County Drug Co. m of anything I have ever used for this man" were, unsuccessful. purpose." m Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if More SCHWAB PREDICTS NKW KItA "VOLSTEAD" COULDN'T LIVE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL WITHOUT DRINK, DIES Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Speaking to tho graduating class Much Sickness and Worry. A movoment Is on foot to establish tit the Stevens Institute of Technolo-s- y New York, July 9. Volstead, the . t Hobokcn, N. J Charles M. a Confederate park at Manassas, Va., seal recently born at tho aquarium, at Schwcb 8Cld he would givo whatever in memory of tho men of both armies Is dead. Some said it died because Navasola, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . lie had of fr.mo or wealth to bo ono who fought on that historic field, as there was not enough water; others of this place, relates the following Interest just lifeless. r thorn hecauso tho "greatest era of well as a "perpetual tribute of tho declared death came because "I heard of Cardui and after reading I the ing account of how she recovered her oE development in the history of tho South to all Confederate soldiers and youngster refused to drink from a strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui actually losing her health: world la dawning." To them, ho an expression of admiration to tho bottle. '. jsald, would como tho opportunity of dovoted women of the South during Tho day tho baby seal camo Into "Health is the greatest tiling in the and began it. . . "In a very short while after I began the .making tliercso'.vcs Invr.luablo to civ- that dread era." A celebration will tho world tho mother rescued it from world, and when you feel that gradually take place on the battlefield July 21 the furious father. After that sho slipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment 1 saw an Imilization. Feeltrtcht all tho time. Don't lay tho anniversary of the battle of Man- - neglected to feed her offspring, and op and take notice. That is what I did provement and it wasn't long until 1 was from work for days by taking calomet mm asnas. keeps you tho Infant scorned a bottle offered by some time ago when I found myself in a all right good appetite, splendid rest, when pleasant Lio- - Var-La- x condition of and much stronger so that I easily did my on your feet, while relieving your troubj very nervous, run-doaquarium attendants. , FOR FLETCHER'S le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don't GItASSHOPPEK AUM.Y MOVES There was no way to amend the health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless house work. tako anything else. You can't afford "Later I took a bottle ol Cardui as a it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By seal's constitution so that it could 1 could hardly go at all. Legions of grasshoppers covering a tonic. 1 can recommend Cardui natlive without drink, "I was just no account for work. I ly do so, for if more women and glad-it tern and relieves constipation. A sure JIOMU SEKS END OK ural remedy, natural in its actions, strip of ground estimated to bo 15 knew, m would get a bucket of water and would in its effect and certain in results. It TIGHT IN IRELAND miles wido and 20 miles long aro ad"I presume there is considerably eel so weak I would have to set it down would save a great deal of worry and won't bo Ion? before o Lax will vancing- on El Pasco county, Colo., sickness." , completely displace calomel in ever irtuc humidity in Cuba than there adore I felt like I could liit it to the shelf. Rome, July 9. News that Eamon from the southwest. Tho onslaught is here," The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol home.;. Children con tako it freely am remarked the In this condition, of course, to do even So Valora, tho Irish republican lead- Is tht largest in tho history of that "No," replied the Returned Travel- my housework was a task almost Im- other women who have found Cardui With perfect safety. Every bottlo guarhelpful should convince you that it is anteoU. 60c anu $1 in bottlcfu Nona er, had accepted the Invitation of section, and all vegetation that lies er Judicially. "I can't say there Is possible to accomplish. genuine without the likeness nnd Lloyd George, tho British prime mla-.itrt- on the lino of march is bolug worth trying. All druggists sell it. any moro of It, but the prices are uiro ox x. iu iinusuy, i or caie by "1 was , . twvous gad easily tunc.. ia W a confer- to so to London for lower." Sau Francisco Chronirle Buffet (li KJDUjUUI, Our line of School Books and School Supplies is the largest and most complete in Ohio county. Save time and worry by calling on us first. Beaver Dam Drug Company Beaver Dam, Ky. EX-HORS- (Every Woman Wmiis ct bulld-ture-lovi- i. ... self-style- -- .:n 00 KitNv. av IS 7 Mothers use -- Vrcpjmft u&e MP For the . ' I YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY ' I :SirV SV KIMaBM tHHalMiHt'w ! IS YOUR HEALTH FOR.ONE MONTH f 4' GRADUALLY SLIPPING? USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. 4 Children Cry CASTORIA Li'o-V- Stay-at-Hom- e. q V FARM DEPARTMENT. IMilU (iiiiit 2 U. S. WAR SHIPS BACK AT TAMPICO Nil Industry (irowliin In Im-- m Or Klfthtlug .Ships Tii pound pressure. Tine-bar- k .Mexican Tort. flali stew la uaually gorv-poured over rice, which should bo Washington, July 11 Receipt of cooked In a large quantity of water so thnt the graltiH ramaiti separate order from the Navy Department for If preferred, mashed potatoes may bo their departure fiom Tamplco was nc- ' knowladged early today by tho crui usod Instead of rice. ser Cloveland and gunboat Sacruinon- Mr. niul Vr". lllptoii Hid weri. lu, It was said nt tho department. Ofawakened n un mrlv hour thii morn-l- ficers oxplalued that the orders sent by burglars slngin' In tit" collar. the ahlps wore not of an urgent charAbo .Mnrilh. acter and that this probably accounted for their failure to sail before this l'mming ItKKs (Jroatcst In The Plains time. City, July 11 united Mexico Sdiles. Rinks In the production of throo States warships, which on Friday groat staple crops com, wheat, nnd wore reported to havo been withoat aro greatest In tho Plains drawn from Tamplco, returned to that iitntes extending from Texas to North port yesterday afternoon. Dispatches Dakota. This general fact Is estab- reaching Mexico City last night said lished by the average deviation of the the Sacranmnto and Cleveland again Jlolil perncre from the avorago yield, wore anchored at the ..ui.t'.i of tho Pantico Klvor, and, although no excomputed by the lliiroau of Crop United Statos Department of planation was given for their return, Agriculture, for these throe crops for It was presumed the vessel withdrew hours each Statu from tho records of 50 to tho high seas for twenty-fou- r years. lu order to avoid tho technicalities of On tho other hnnd, tho North At International law nnd then returned lantlc and tho Wostem Statos are re- - to Tamplco. glons of comparatively low risk, or Whon they first nrrived oft tho deviation of yield por ncro from thoPnnuco Itivor last week It was said average, for wheat nnd oats, and their mission was to "protect North cltlo. Industry Ik only In tho cntlro Atlantic coast and tho American Interests." It is consider-We- st The milk-goed not Improbable tho vessels will for corn. its Infancy In America, the departThe groat corn belt, with Its cnor-- 1 continue this maneuver until the ment specialists say. This type of production nnd surplus above uation clears. goat is adapted to ottr cotintry. nnd Reports from Tamplco stato that tho Indtmtry should become of creat- local consumption, Is, after all, prom- inently subject to risks of weather, the situation remains quiet una thut linportniicu every year. or Insects and disease lu the production no disturbances have taken place. of of crops, and, while it would bo go- Oen. Arnulfo Gomez, commander Own Drjlnn Suvi-- Tlmf, Fruit, mill ing too far to say of this region as a Fodaral troops In that district, Wgvlnbles thoro Saturday night following whole that tho results of its agrlcul-tur- o Drying small quantities of surplus aro cithor "a feast or n famine," a conference with officials in this vegetables and fruits from time to yot thoro Is a tendency In this direc- city. After a hasty survey of the tlmo may prove a very convenient and tions as the area covered by the av- situation and an examination of retime-savieconomy. Soup Ingro-illnt- s, erage becomes moro restricted to ports ho advised tho Government that such as cabbage, corn, celory, county, township and individual farm. reports regarding conditions at Tamonions, tomatoes, turnips, potatoes, plco bad bren exaggerated and that carrots and lima beans may be sepaLoss of Appetite. thore was no need for alarm. The rately dried and stored to bo com-blnwas As a general ruin there is nothing number of men out of work for uso according to taste. Dri- serious about a loss of appetite, and greatly overestimated, ho declared, ed parsley and celory tops aro valu- if you skip a meal or only eat two but he gavo no definito figures. able additions to the seasoning shelf. j meals a day for a row days you will The confederation of workers of tho nnd straw- - soon havo a relish for your meals Stato of Vera Cruz, representing fifCurrants, gooseberries, horrluti are better canned than dried; wlinn mnnl Minn rnnins. Hear In ill I ml teen unions, met at Orizaba yester- but a variety of other fruits. Including ; t,mt flt ,enst f,yo hQun 9h(m,d aUvay8 dny and drafted an appeal to the Amblackberries, black and red raspbor- - clavso ,)etwcen mois so to gIvo erican Federation of Labor asking its rlea, plums, prune, figs, apples, apri- - th(J f()0(, nmp,0 Umo ,0 (goht nn, tho aid lu preventing serious difficulties cots and poaenea may an ne urioii ni stomach a period of rost beforo a between the United States and Mexiboihe. Dried peas, joung bonus, second meal Is taken. Then If you co. cauliflower, okra. and spinach nre eat no more than you crave and take i considered by specialists of the U. S. a roasonablo amount of outdoor ex- Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Department of Agriculture to be less orcise every day you will not noed to Itemed. KENTUCKY'S NEW satisfactory in flavor than other dried worry about your appetite. When tho This medicine always wins the good WHEAT IN DEMAND vugetables. loss of nppotito l.i caused by consti- opinion if not tho praise of those who ovon of the cookstovo may bo pation as Is often you have need The the case, that use It. Try It when to be dried should bo corrected at once. A doso of such a remedy. m usod. Tho products July 9. That Lexington, Ky --O 9-should bo sproad thinly In baking of Chamberlain's Ashland, the new pedigreed variety will do Tablets pans or pie tins and those should be It. of wheat developed by the Kentucky m GIRL DROPS THRKK placed upon racks so that they are MILES IN PARACHUTK Agricultural Experiment Station, will bo a popular one among farmers of not In direct contact with the oven TItowad 1 never deny my wife a wheat-sowing wall. Tho door of tho oven should slnglo wish. St. Paul, July 11 Miss Phoebe J. the State when tho bo left open so that tho water vapor generous, but Falrgravo 18 years old, of this city, season arrives Is shown by tho fact Nonought That's driven off may pass out, and tho flro how In tho world can you afford it? established what was said to bo a that requests havo already been reshould bo so regulated that the maAfford it? Oh, it does new world's record for a parachute ceived by tho agronomy department Titcwad terial may not be scorched. If sho wants to drop for women when she dropped of the station from various Kentucky" not cost anything. Trays suspended abovo a cookstovo wish why shouldn't I allow her to do 15,200 feet from an aeroplane at Cur-tis- s may also bo employed. Each tray Is so? Legion Weekly, Flying Field, near here, yestermado of n rectangular pleco of rather day. hoavy galvanized wire netting having First Student What shall wo do? It took oxactly twenty minutes Second Student I'll spin a coin. from tho tlmo Miss Falrgravo leapfour or five meshes to tho Inch. Tho finished trays should havo approxi- If It's heads we'll go to tho movies; ed until sho alighted safely In a mately the same dimensions as tho talis wo go to tho dance, nnd If It whcatfleld. stove lop. The edges aro turned- up stands on edgo we'll study. London "It was terrible," said Miss Falrso as to form sides for tho tray. Four Opinion. gravo later. "1 nover want to try It mt pieces of wood 1 by '1 Inches In thickagain." "Whon you havo a quarrel with ness form n frnmo for tho drier which may be susponded by wires from the your husband do you threaten to go Doing hard work In a bent or ceiling, or It may stand directly upon homo to your mother?" stooped position puts a stitch In the "No, Indeed what good would tho top of tho stove, if the slats makback that Is painful. If tho muscles ing up tho frnmo are allowed to ex- that do? I throston to havo mother have become strained, you can't get tend C Inches holow tho bottom of cnmo hero." rid of It without help. Tho great nail tho lower tray and a good-size- d penotratlng power of Ballard's Snow Is driven half Its length Into tho end Liniment will appeal to you most of each slat to form noniiiflainmable strongly at, such times, becauso It Is feet upon which tho drier may rest. tho very thing you need. Price 25c, For Infants and Children Directions for making and using Sold by GOc, and $1.20 per bottle. Years Ohio County Drug Co. various types of homo drlors aro giv- In Use For Over m en in Farmers' Ilullotin 984, "Farm Always bears 1 the nnd Homo Drying of Fruits and &Z&c SUN SKTS FIHK TO Signature of HKI); KILLS HAHV (nine. The production of milk kojM hns for a Krnnt ninny year been an f tit It port mit fontufe of the duntry In inmiy Kurnpenn cnuutrloM, lutt tt hns nevpr rrured a very strong footlinlil in the United State. In thin country the goat nan always boon nn iuilinal of mure or 1mm rldlcttlu, on (ho majority of the people do not realize (lie poMlhllltlefl of certain broods or typo thnt hnvc boen bred for ninny year along definite lino, say rpoclallHts of the United States Department of Agriculture. In Continental Kuropo milk goats nro largely used by famlllux unnblo to keep n cow, and groat benefit in derived from having fresh milk at hnnil mid nt n low cost. In those countries tho goat Ib often spoken of ns tho "pour mnn's cow." During tho past several years Intercut hnH been manifestIndustry In thin ed In tho milk-gocotintry. Tho fart that the goat will Miipply Hiifllciont mill: for tho average family and can bo kept where It would be IntpoMible to keep a cow in beginning to appeal to many people, especially Hioko living In the small towns and the Miburlm of tho large llvo-ntock at bo canned, It should be processed In the M cam pressure dinner for 00 -- 4444444 ICxpInmil ton (iii'ii S''or Itcluiii minutes at 15 el : n' are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. j BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, cSsc, IN STOCK. If You slt-mo- us have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. s nr-rlv- .d ng od Hartford Printing Coipany IXCOHPOKATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY farmers for more than 1,000 bushels of seed from this variety. Only 100 bushels will bo avallaClo for distribution from the station, members of the department said, but farmers who wish the seed aro being referred to tho 25 farmers who havo just harvested all tho Ashland wheat grown In the State during the past year. During the six years that it has been grown at the Experiment Station Ashland, has exceeded all other popular varieties of wheat grown in Kentucky In the yields produced. FIXED FOK HUMPING AUTO Becauso ho started to cro3s a street and bumped Into an auto H. C. itel-m- er of Waukegan, 111., was arraigned in court after his head had been, bandaged up. Tho court fined him $7.40 for his reckless disregard of vehicular traffic. - a CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S - A-- "hiorci makes a mol Ixusband Hurt NICE no?7 husband1. STEPPED OUT of tho housov WHISTLING LIKE a bird. WHICH. ALARMED young wifo. ESPECIALLY WHEN. SHE FOUND she'd picked THE WRONG paclcago. ; AND INSTEAD of oatmeal. HAD GIVEN him birdseed. DUT DON'T OR AN ovoryday lika 4:Ms thin. C ASTORIA 30 j4r f LIKE A good draff, ON ONE of thoso amokos. THAT SATISFY. WHICH CERTAINLY tt nro. THE REAL birdseed. FOR MAKING mon., How Club CShls Mako Tlu-l- r Pino- lu U. of Agriculture and tho Statu acrlcultural college, have do- voloped in tho canning club3 tho mnk-- 1 ing and canning of a locnl dish called pine-bar- k fish stew, becauso It Is usu- ally served at large outdoor gathor- lugs on pieces of plno bark. Whor- ovor a good firm fish abounds, and tho vegetables called for can bo oh fish stew Is a pleastalnod, pine-naring varatlon In tho week's monit. It is mado as follows: 2 cups of olivo or peanut oil. 1 bunch of celory. 4 Bwcot rlpo plmlonto pods. onions. 6 liudlum-slze- d ' 1 largo cau of tomatoes. Poppor nnd salt. & to G pounds cleaned and boned S. Department k Uaik Fish Stew. Tho homo demonstration agents South Carolina, representing tho GRAFT IIKKF HONK INTO "FUNNY" HONK London, July 9. Tho caso of a 'girl 11 years old who had a gap In her humerus (the bone of the upper j)art 0f tho arm) filled by a boiled i,eor uono 8 described by Dr. C. W. Gordon Urynn In tho Lancet, piece of bono cut from the leg of with holes, was Inserted Into tho gap nnd secured with pogs. Tho muscles wero stitched around It. A plustor cast wus applied to tho limb. In throo weeks tho hoof bone was firmly united and the a month patient left the. hospital lator. A few weeks nftor tho girl had full uso of her arm. nn OXl boiled! for Bi,nped and drilled forty-eig- ht t hours, Denwood, W. Vn., July 9. Tho ruys' of the afternoon sun, focused on a-- bod thru a flaw In a window, set the bed clothing nfiro, it Is said, and resulted in tho death of Maggie Tho Porkovlch. a house was destroyed by tho flames. Tho child's mother mndo many attempts to rescue hor daughter, but each time was driven back by tho flames nnd smoke. It finally becamo necessary for neighbors to carry tho frantic woman away. . - TRILL THEIR pipes, for Joy. SO LADIES, it hubby. GOES AWAY whistling1. YOU NEEDN'T worry. think from this. THAT EVERY guy. YOU HEAR whistling. HAS NECESSARILY. tt ALL'S SWELL. DEEN ROBBING tho canary. tt WIIEN you say thnt OTHER THINGS inspire. THE ALM03T human raalo. TO BLOW through hla lips. AND MAKE shrill noises. tt An old lady,, traveling for tho first tlmo In a largo city, saw a glaring sign on tho front of a high building, A RAISE, for examplo, OR A day off when, whistling. You know the instant you light one that tho tobaccos in it aro of primo selection, both Turkish and Domestic. And tho blend well, you never tasted such smoothness nnd body! No wondor tho "satisfy-blend- " Is kept secret. It can't bo copied. full-flavor- "satisfy," you're a, Mluce tho onions and cook slowly in tho oil until they mo tender, udd tho chopped colery and sweet poppers, and tomatos and cook for five mln-utes. Add tho fish, which has been cut In suitable pieces, and from which the largost bones havo boon removed, and slmnior until tho fish Is thor- oughly cooked. If tho product Is to lish. j j which read, "Tho Smith Manufacturing Co." As she repeated It aloud slowly sho am remarked to hor nephew: "Laws 'a' Whon you fool lazy, out of sorts mercy! Woll, I've hoard toll of and yawn a good deal In tho daytlmo, Smiths all my life, but I nover know you can chargo it to a torpid Hvor bofore whoro thoy made 'em!" which has allowed tho system to got "Tho old oaken bucket dousn't lull of Impurltlos. Herblno cures all dlsordors produced by an Inactlvo hang In the woll nny moro," romark-o- il Uncle IUU liottlotop. llvor. It strengthens that organ, "Where Is It now?" cleanses the bowels and puts tho "They've got it out In the kltoheu system lu good healthy condition, Washington Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug tnlxln' yeast cakes Into It." Star. Company. in .ltiatewX. v l A DOUBLE header Is on. Did you know about tho Chester field package of 10? Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. m -.- -S Ewraa i&mt&m& 5SSHKS3lSS3I ANNUAL yy, flMHKu uBuiJuL tEHDrZttaHBm BEiubh G 4 J 23rd. W Binding Saturday? JJwly Thsi is an unusual opportunity to get Big Bargains, and it is well worth a visit to our store. There will be many items, which are not listed in our printed quotations, but which are attractive enough, and cheap enough, to merit your 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 be disposed of as Special Bargains. Ready-to-Wea- r, H Men's and Boys' Clothing Big selection consisting of Blue Serge, Staple Worsted, Palm Beach and Mohair. $32.00 $40.00 Suits, Sale Price 28.00 .$35.00 Suits, Sale Price 24.00 $30.00 Suits, Sale Price 20.00 $25.00 Suits, Sale Price 16.00 $20.00 Suits, Sale Price 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 $20.00 16.00 12.00 Furniture Prices made to clean out our entire stock of furniture. $60.00 Dresser-RobSale Price. $50.00 $50.00 Dresser-RobSale Price 43.00 One e Queen Anne Dining Room Set, $175.00, Sale Price 135.0b $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 $15.00 Beds 12.00 $10.00 Beds ... 8.00 $8.50 Mattresses, Sale Price 7.50 $8.00 Mattresses, Sale Price . . . 7.00 $6.50 Mattresses, Sale Price . . . 5.00 $5.00 Mattresses, Sale Price . . . 4.00 e, e, Four-Piec- Carpet Department $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 . . , 8.00 $17.50 Rug, 9x12 Congoleum sale . . 14.00 Price $ 5.50 Rug, Matting 5.00 $ 3.50 Rug, 27x54, Sale Price . . . 3.00 Men's Odd Pants K a ji m $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 7.50 $ 6.50 $ 6.00 $ 5.00 $ 4.00 $ 3.50 $ 3.00 $ 2.50 Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price Pants, Sale Price 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, Sale 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 2.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 Men's Dress Shirts $7.50 $6.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $1.00 Silk Shirts,' Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price $6.50 5.50 4.00 3.75 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 1.00 $0.85 .v Boys' Clothing $12.50 $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 6.50 $ 5.00 Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price $10.00 8.00 6.50 5.00 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 Clippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, Slippers, 4.00 Special Hope Bleach, Per Yard Hoosier Sheeting, Per Yard i4c 8c LL Domestic, Good Quality, Per Yd . 7c Bleach, Good Quality, Per Yard . . . 10c Skirts We have one lot of Ladies' Skirts from1 $5.00 to $8.00, Sale Price $3.50 ranging in price Price Price Price Price Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Sale Sale Sale Sale 3.00 6.50 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.25 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.25 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 cent off. I 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 they go at, $1.25 Per pair LISTEN: Everything in our mammoth stock that is not listed, except Flour, Feed and Groceries, is subject to a 10 per cent discount. This sale will be strictly cash and we will pay the highest market price for country produce. BEAVER DAM, KY. WXTM&EBMrSrSMZM