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The Hartford republican: July 22, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921072201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: July 22, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The ha Fine Quality Job Printing. & k-PMTR- I itaij Subscription $1.50 per Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Yer VOL. XXXIV D. S. PURSE STRINGS , HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1921. NUMBER 4. HAKE BALL IlItlKI'S. muohly covoted .lift full of your office n very old geography, publishMcHENRY MAJESTICS M'VEV TO REMAIN tilling. ed perhaps about tlio yenr 1S00, al- I WIN CLOSE ONE Philips Is laid up with a split flit-ll.f.ut.li Hi flfinu tint 1iriu Mir dntn I)f We aie unnble to slve tho box AS HEAD OF II. OF K. Bar, received "during tho Deavor Dam- The Look ha been kept an an Til RP CRFlVFri IIP ' Ho was scoro of olthor tho Saturday or tho McIIenry Hartford gniuo Saturday. hpIrloum nnt, hnn(IolI llown t() tho Sunday aftornon nt tho 'heirs of Mrs. Hart Utiinphroy or iinit niniiinmi Aii.iir wifii its imt. giving 'nit exhibition of BOitio real Sunday game. Tho Itlvorsldo scoror tory consisting of WIthrow nnd kid - rntchlng until this Injury took him at Uenvcr Dam wns either too oxclt Uriah Wlncliol, always to tho oldu Leach, tho cd or disgusted after tho seventh to Expressions Of Good WilL YnunB die und the McIIenry Majesties with out of tIl(5 Ramo. Dawes, Budget Director, child, direct ileicendunt. Show Extension Plans Trogdou being the last of Jho fifth, their battery consisting of Parrott and Morgantown boy who did tho recelv- - keep tho put outs and nssists, $p our Points Way Toward or sixth generation to tail heir to tuo Thorpe met In a real, short miff ball Ing for Heaver Dam, was forcing him score book for that game is nil. The Have Support. Economy. gamp. It wns n corker from start to go his limit. Leach while odly u score was 0 to 3, but despite this book. youngster Is playing tho gniuo like score tho gamo was a peach. Not a There wero but 20 subdivisions or to flnlih, being' tied atwiu. times. Coiintlos in Kontucky at thq time of Two or three of'Mogg's scores wero a veteran. He Is also a good infield- - hit was registered by either team un- Lexington, Ky July 20. Dr. Wellington. .Inly 19- - An oBtlmnt-t- d publication of the geography nnd made by long hits landing among tho cr nnd has n "Babe Huth" batting til tho seventh. A hovy of hits and errors was responsible for tho 11 Frank L. McVey, president of or $112,512,028 can ho of- -f population was given as per count overflow crowd In right field. With oyo. vlns of Kontucky, announced runs scorod in that frame. The Sun- Lexington; on their 009 loyal rooters cheering them of of 1700 at 73,077. i ted In the appropriation FOrdiyille defeated Olaton Sunday day game was complete when it came at midnight tonight that he was ex- 54,(100,000,000 avallulilo Klk Rlvor, with 2,000 Inhabitants Is on nt the beginning of the last half are to registering thrills. First Mor- - pectlng to remain with thnt Institu for gi eminent expenditure' durhiB given as the largest torn. The hook of tho eighth Inning the Majostlcs 11 to G.i The Kordsvlllo bo gamown was in tiie load nntt thon tion. year, President dons not contain mops of ajiy sou. on the small end contimtlng their batting streak. fMral found themselves tli currit Dr. McVcy said he had received exHartford. Tho game was comparaof a 5 to, 4 tec re, but with two men II .idlnp w s Informed hy Director of Thq McIIenry Majesties played tively free from errors and hits won pressions of good will from various Dnwps. TWO .MUX INJURED IX one man safoly perched on out and tin I'm r ' parts or tho State which lead him. to ACCIDUXT I icluilcd In tho ottlmhte of pondble first base Big BUI James looked two around with the boys frojn 'Mogg, for the locals. Tho scoro was 7 to 0. believe tho Commonwealth will sup- Gejirnl Dawee mid, was tho' healthy strikes over and thon Mr Sunday and then 'nosed them out with 7 M'ir The Beavers go to Island Station I)ort nlm in his campaign for cxten-moua ' to C vlrtoij. Parrott was on tho While'at work Wednesday, Mossrs. WIthrow cut Toosei with wnat ho Kiini of ?22,.S22,113. pertalnliiR to for the Majostlcs and Thorpe Sunday, to win again from fho Island slon or the university. for the final ball but l'.fg Dill roiiiiruous appropriations for bulld-lu- g Unhurt and Clarence Stevens, sons of Ho met With members o'f tho Ex-,Alit tlin rppclvlnir Pnrrnit trim fn outfit. If tliev turn tlio ti Ink Mil I.e and t'oiistructlon whlcll would he Mr. Will Sttvons of near Goshen, vith tli windup of the pln-hexpenditure in fitturo were Injured ns u result of the (an to sin! i a nnd at the cock of the llls "snlar form was steady thru- - timo it ought to placo them in tho ecutivo Committee of tho Board aC po tpont-for or tho uulveisity today. Fo- liltieli of a ton m which beenme bat lllll'c milo waV from ear to ear out l'ae B1110- - keeping the lilts well upper class beyond a doubt. Dawson Trustees ur tho Springs dofcated Madlsonvillo 4 to 2. lowing the meeting, ho said ho would: " h oHtlmate of Bovernnient econ-o- i, frightaned at a quail which flew up wit'.i a sort of satisfactory look in his scattered c.id never allowing " announco by midnight whether ho durliiB tho preaent nearby. Tho frightened team was eyi the elu'iSun fans er3 ronfident MogIos to get him. Bill James Island Station beat Dawson Springs rake, imd being driv- that Hill alined Xo plant tho bru. out was largely responsible for the vie- - by a nice scoro and Beaver Dam has would remain with the university or contained In n letter hltclmd to II yi.ir u.h accept tho presidency of tho Unlycr- In Hits territory. To the satisfac- tory, smncklng out a homo run In the defeated Island once and should they rt.ic trd to the President hy General en' hy one of the mon, ran into ) ,cs, who presented thonuiouutfl by team hitched to a mower and tion i f all the loyal rooters Smiling ntnth with ono on and two scores turn tlio trick again tho dope will sit of Missouri. McVey Lssues Statement. label thorn first class stuff. The Madi- - i which expenditures could ho reduced doing drivciw by tho other Injured Bill Hnded on tho bull for tlu long- needed to win. ' In a statement issued tonight, Dr. sonvllle team is about tho fastest In- Hubert suf- est hit (.' the scasoUfant! when the In the various departments and Inde-p- r. man. In the mix-uCrowe our Ptollar short slop had dependent te.un in tho south, but they McVey said in part: fered body bruises and a sovero cut ball wat, returned to tho 'infield Mill .(.. nt ' "At times during the last fonj upon one arm. Clarence llkowlso was safely back nt home plata with to retire rroi.. the game In the third can be beaten. Adopt Eroiioniy Policy. years I havo had a feeling that tho dur-Iii- b a sovore the scoro G to 5 in favor of tho Ma- Inning at Klrtdo Park Sunday from sustained body bruises and S.irve of posoiblo economies nomi-cle- ats his head. It was jesties. .With Parrott pitching like an Injury sustained when one )f thoj It wouldn't bo a bad Idea to get a People of Kentucky held only a thi! year w.is Iicbiiii sevoral weeks wound upon chine ofr his shoes nnd he team together nnd make It the very nal interest in their university, hut hud-Bwas a Christy Mathewson and $Thorpo .bought for a time that his skull nRO l)j General Dawes using tho and tho ground met. with disastrous fastest team that the County can put, the expressions ot good will coupled machinery, aftor a mootliiB at fractured, hut his condition yester- catching like a Schalk the Mogg-Jadand with definite assurances of support contrary. which department hoods and bureau day proved to tho were retired in the ninth in one two. results to Lem. Ho is all O. K. now out, lnbol It the Ohio from all parts or tho State, have Majesties had. but it looked like ho would be out take a barnstorming trip through chiefs had been dlrectod to reduce threo order and tlio Maybe all tho stiengthoncd my faith in tho peoplo Western Kentucky. of the game for several days. LOCAL SWIMMING IIOLK cxpnndltims and' adopt n policy ofi landed another victory. teani3 In the county nro not top ' of tho Commonwealth. LOOKS LUCK ATLANTIC (MTV econom.v and orncioncy. on "The work now established "Hamp Uendcr, Beaver DjiiiV nolchers, but there is always a man ' Whatever may be tho relation of. IN HACK TO F1X1SIL third sncko de:u unrated that he crvtwo who can qualify. In our foundations already created by my Tho old swimming hole has been toful rxpendltuio to total revenues nt It is Piodecessors is not of bun tv end of the curiont year," Direc- doing a rushing business fpr. the last Siiulre W. S. Dean, candldato for was wor.nv s cf i)lhIi,.T with the Dam mind wo have a bunch to stars who onlr well started. finished. other Whatever Satii.-a-a would bo mighty hard beat. This llenvt. tor Di'ti said In his letter, "which few- - days. Uoth young and old have the Uopublican nomination for Coun- of lnfi.Mil. had Jhe, Batos" brothers performing would give somo of the boys a nice State universities have dono for their for various reasons, IncludliiB possi been taking advantage of the mois- ty Judge, In order to correct an of Kentucky on first and short and Itowe from road trip, put Ohio County on the btat3 the University ble new leBlsIntlon, the operations of tening (inalltlon tnt the water that stateipcnt to the effect that Mcgg on second. Hnmp pluyed right base ball map and take a fall out of can do for Kentucky. bridge. Adruns under tho old the Shipping Hoard, tho Ilailrooil he had withdrawn, requests us to say up teams or the, "All that is needed aro faith, pur- .some or the over-rate- d to ihein all the time. The miuuiurs Jn bathing hav Ken ministration nnd fluctuutlnn In cur-ri'fin Is In the raco to remain unI . state. Someone who has the money P"se and money. It we have tho ranging from twenty to fift) and the that recripts of tho PoHtofflce f wo (By oversight til the finish. BUhop" and Walker were tho Kings ' to adyanco and tho time to devote, faith the money will come when the" the bathers rango from the omitted making tho above statement can not ho predicted nt this agC3-o- f purpose is clearly directed." I No decisions ought to do it. of the game Saturday. time, tho above amount is thaj much tiniest tot to some of Hartford's old- last week.) " I . Service to State, Aim. wero disputed and the umps were auof a contribution to a moio favorable est citizens who haven't been "In Lra I The statement Bets forth that thef j, t, Avmairr. tocratic throughout. iwlnimlr.'.'for twenty cars. relation. ., HAKXKTT'.S CHEEK university president only wants an The youngsters have constructed a "This flno response to your request Mr. J. T. Wright died at his home ' opportunity to work and seo'results. team defeated The Washington from the heads of department nnd dKlng platform which ies with the Several from hero attended the Heflln Saturday 31 to 7. This was near Horton Saturday, after being Ho said ho bases his opinion thnt on-a- n independent organizations nnd bureau best cf them in its possibilities. When Ice cream supper at Pleasant II id go some land slide for the Washington invalid during tho past soveral portunity will bo given to him on his chiefs. Incidental to your'nssuinptlon you seo a youngster climb to tho top Saturday night. hoys. K. Tlnsley did tho twirling for years. Mr. Wright wasiboyond the 'belief in expressions t'hat have come of responsibility as tho business head and tumble off Into n neat- swan dive Dinino, the little son of Mrs. Bell Washington. age of 04 years and a highly respect- - i to h!m from all sections of tho State, ou wonder bow the kids grw up-of governmental administration InBrooks has an absess on one of his t ed citizen. He was a consistent mem- "I have concluded," his statement'" fers the existence in thuir minds of v town which has no bathing place. limbs. Bozarth pitched a nice "gamcj Sun- her of the Methodist Church, and or continues, "to remain in the distinct three piinclples Involving Improve- Hartford nnd tho locality are mighty Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover spent ' j hope and with great faith that theso day. Ho was a trifle wild it: tho the Masonic fraternity. ment In governmental business, which fortunate In having old Hough river Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. third, walking as moit of ns are prono to wero held or creek Funeral services at expressions indicate a real purpose three men and allow should not bo overlooked. Alonzo Hoovor. runs, Bethel Church Sunday afternoon and that looks rorward to a bigger and ing two hits, which netted "First, that tho business organiza- call it. . Sccral from hore attended the lio settled down however, thre made burial or the'remains took placs In better university capable of rendering a and tion of government hereafter assumes Car-;nChildren's day services at Mt. M.O01CK KOSTKIt the service a State university should the Green Itlver lads whiff the air the burying grounds there. that the minimum amount of money I Sunday. Tho day was enjoyed givo to the people.' any fiscal year la for :i total of twelve strikeouts. to be expended in by all present. Mmbors of tho committee which' Mm. li. B. Fotor, of Indianapolis, Sl'XXVDALK. not, of necessity, tho sum appropriatMrs. Oscar "Wade and children of of her met Dr. McVey today are Judge It. C. tho mnrrlago Glenn did tho receiving for. the ed In advanco by Congress, but tho announces Hartford, spent from Wednesday un Itlvorslders Sunday Vand , Mr. C L. PatKm. and family, of Stoll, Lexington: Ttalnoy T. Wells, 'handled smallest amount upon Whlch'tho bu- daughter, Alice Myrtle, to Clifford B til Sunday with Mr. Wade's inotlier,-government can bo effi- Moore, son or Mr. and Mrs. E. P. NcwburgInd.K were visiting Mrs. Pat- - Louisville, aiyl Itobert. It Gordon, llo&irth's twisters Int gland qtyje. siness of the Mis. Clnah Wadb and other relatives. tons mother, Mrs. John II. Miller, Louisville. ciently administered under the pro- Mooro, of Akron, Ohio. Tho wedding A rovlval meeting will begin here placo Saturday evening nt S gram outlined by Congress. took The local team defeated tho 3n- - of Route 2, Narrows, last wok. Saturday night. "WASHINGTON. fitltute boys last Thursday 13 to 3., Miss Maggie Crowder, daughtor of "Second, that minds of tho busi- o'clock, at the homo of the bride's Q of government mother, the How Frank L. lluvis of Tho gamo was called at the end or the Mr. Peter Crowder, has typhoid. She ness administrators LOUISVILLE MAKKETS. riftn due to .too much sun and too is getting along nicely. Mr. Ernest Crabtree, vJio has tyhave been diverted from a too easy the SL Paul M. B. Church officiating. many hits. "Moot" Felix twirled tor Mr. Alfred Elmore olid family of phoid, is thought to bo slowly imreliance upon tho custom of deficien- Mr. and Mrs. Mooro will m'ake their Cattle Few changes noted in vnl- - tho locals and --Mason and Mitchell Browdor. visited Mr. nnd Mrs. John proving. cy appropriations. home with tho bride's mother, at Congress has 2702 Clifton Street. Indianapolis. ' ties, with little activity on the bulk ' were on the mound for tho Institute. W. Ford, of Central Grove, last Fri Mrs. L. L.Newcom and little daugh "Third, that whero ot tho offerings. Fair call for the day night. Mr. Elmore returned ter, Edna, and niece, Flossie Shown. directed the -- expenditure of certain bust selections of butcher stock, but Nocreek let. Central Qrove down at home Saturday morning and Mrs. El- - or this vicinity, who had been visit- LlTTLK.GIItL DIKS. villus for specific purposes, an execuslow nnd unevon on the medium nnd verslde Park Saturday by a scoro J more and chlldron went to Beaver Ing relntivcs, in Grayson .county, re- tive pressure will How bo exerted for l', . 'Murthaline, the little ulneteen-inonth- s Inbetween kinds, which are numer - 'of 20 to 11. .Goodnll pitched for Dain to spend some timo with rela- - turned home Tuesday, m6ro efficient and uconomlenl ' adMr. Ronda Lake is on tlfo sick list. tlves. old daughtor of Mr. nnd Mrs. ous. Light Inquiry for both stockers Nocrek. ministration In order toproduce died last and feeders or nil Jnds. Undertone Mr- and Mrs. John W. Ford nnd Several attended the ball game at Creator results from the given expen- Silas Bell, of Mataiuns, The Hlvorslders play the Ameri- son, Albert, of Central Grove, and tho Star Diamond hero Saturday.when diture nnd also whojover possible to Friday, tho 15th, after an ill- - j steady oiutho best heavy steors, with can Anglo-Milwus tho wloner complete the ghen project for a noss of more than a month, or colitis. few Offered. team nt Riverside Mrs. Jas. T. Davis and son, Elinoro .Washington over ' Quotations: The locnl boys aro returned last Sunday rrom Morgan- - HeTlin by tho score ot 31 to 7. Prime heavy steers Park Sunday. Tho runeral was conducted by Hev. less amount than the total appropri(tussoll Walker Sunday, at West $G.5Q(Q7; hoavy shipping steers $6.- -' determined to chalk up a victory. town. They weie accompanied b- Misses Kathleen Tichonor and ated for tho purpose." Ernestyno Ralph, of Hartford, wero Here sjiopmg anyway. JlsUnuited Sulngs. P6lnt Baptist Church, whero burial I --'txyni.t.u; medium to good 55.75 their brother, Tliomns Elmoro. ... . ....... or. ft A.. I U..U, uuiiiiiiuu tlnu.a uuu.iu, IUI Estimated savings of tho more im or tho remains took place. (tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugono Usui L1VIA, ROUTE 2 hoUors ?GgC.75; fat cows ?4.G05;. The Haiti colored team went to portant departments wero listed by j Allen, tlTo latter part of last week, j medium to good cowu $3g4,50; cut-- 1 Calhoun Sunday and let tho Cnlhoun Mrs. Mary Curpontor alnd little PKHACHINfi KUX1UV. Director Dawes as follows: Mr. Charles Baker, wire and baby, ' daughter or Hartford, spent last week; Iters. $22.50-- ; canners bullsiboys make two more runs than they Department, $1,171,982; Stuto Hev. T. T. Frazier will preach nt ?3.500G; stockers $3.50G; reed- - dld and lost the game. When asked of Grandview, Ind., attended Church with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. U.Treasury Department, $3013i2.14i; tlio correct scoro- - "itastis" said that at Mt. Carmel, Saturday and Sunday Taylor or this place. War ltlsk lluronu, $1G,534,523; War tho Hartford M. K. Church, Sunday, ors $Gjf? 5,50; milch cows $2fJ (RMiO.-- ' Calves-Prico- 3 unchanged. what it was but nnd dined with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Alien enBest J10 didn't know-Jus-t Popartmont $15,000,000; 'Navy De- .July 24, both morning and at nlgtt, tertained a number of friends ut their partment, $10,047,8'ji; Interior De- nt .tho usual hours. Uav. Frailer vouls $8 dowh; medium to goqtl, 3 M10 thought it was 37 to 3G. He said "Wlgginton. ' tit wouldn't have been that way only Mrs. Molllo Westortleld and dnugh- - homo on Thursday ovonlng of last partment, $1(827,191: Department mlfcsed his regular, date here on oc- - t! common $23.G0. Hogs Genoral market 10c lower Calhoun had tho last timo at bat t,er. Miss Tressa or Oweuyboro, ro. woek, and a very pleasant timo was of Agriculturo $1,087,802; Postof-flc- u count of being engaged in u revival Heavleo, 2CU and Haiti didn't havo a chanco to turned homo Sunilay kfter optmliug spont by all. Postal mtetlug at Goshou. Evorybody Is after slow start. Department $30,500; oeveral days with relatives u: this pounds nnd up $10.15; lights and me- - make any more. Sorvlco $14,820,421; Department of cordially Invited to nttoiirt. place. TAFFY. dluniB, 2C0 pounds down. $10.65; om ' $2,0G3,383;' Department fommtice, throw-outMr. James A. Kirk and wife spout MRS. A. M. LAXHAM. Mr. Sam Riahoon and family, of $S,15 down. Dam, Tho Baxivors from Boivcr of of Labor $10j660; Department Sheop" and Lnmfife Lamb murkiU out themselves strong ash ioloa and near Hnrtfunl spent Saturday night Saturduy night with, his son, Alva JusticeMis.. A. M. Lanham died Sunday strong nt 2Gc"advanc9. Hulk of bust amackad tho A- -l quality big 'league 'and Sunday with relative at thi Kirk of Uuford, and ntUudtd tho Completion of1 tho economy armol Church Sun- orrorlngs $10.50; seconds $4.G0C. balls forja total of seven runs while place. ntiornoon at nor nome in t servioe nt Mt. by tho government organizaSoVornl from horo attended the iue day. tions within throe wcoks was re- of dropsy, uRor having bean ill sov- - Sheep '$3.50 4; bucks $2.50 "down. "Slim" Hoover was'foollni; tho enemy Ernost Pntton and family spqut nnd returned to Heavor Dam SuuVlny crsam supper ut Pleasant llldge. SatPRODUCE garded by Director Dawosns evldonee eral months. Funeral' services wero Saturday night with J. H. Fuak ami Loiilbvllle produce dealers quote 'night, victors over tho Canoyville urday night. Work would conductod by tho Ruv. Sandors, pas-- 1 .of Increased efficiency. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Mason attended family. bo begun ut once by the budget bu- tor of the Fordsvllle M. E. Church, buying prices us follows, not to ship- - outfit 7 to 1. ,! B. C. Bahd and wife 'of Heflln, tho Institute at Hartford last week. reau, he added, on the budget for after which the remains wore inter- - tiara, tin Hhlnnnr tmvlm' and Mr. vUUtrt rlatlvo hero last wak. Mr. Scobn Wlgglnjon 1TT10 Washington drayaga chaigess und Nocreek tonms lUcal year ending Juno 30, 1022, rod In the Haynesvlllo Coinotery. the Candidateb seem to buihoro Mr Lanham was well advanced In Butter Country 1215c lb. will tie up ror their third aim gravy ISarnle Doasott of ltuiusoy, visited Mr. using the new estimate of necessary years, muoli roapected and loved by a than ovor before known. Wo Eggs Candled 21c dozen. game at Riverside Park Saturday. Tildqn Wlgginton, Saturday und Sunexpenditures as u basis. sadly fear some one vlll be dltiup. largo circle ot rrlend8. Poultry Hens L8c lb.; spring Washington has won one from No day. I pointed i.ooii. Mra, Lucy Haynesbiator of' Mrs. chickens 20 25c It).; roosters 7. 10c Crtak by the score of 18 to 17 and AN OLD GEOGRAPHY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Horbert Sowers aro Lanham, died and was burled In the tb.; old ducks-12EXTRA KI'ECIAL! by the sco"ro of 11 to 10' has lost ono lb.; turkeys 23 ago Mastor AValter same cemetery during the early part 25c lb.; goese Cc lb.; guineas old, $3 The bulk or the gate receipts will go Tl? ndlcd Axes S1.5W the pioud parents of a tliruo-poun- d "Some days bby girl, born Wednesday ulght. W1LIAMS TAYLOR. of, Clear Run, sent to this of last week. per dczen. gamo ought to to the teams. The Trogdon ' lo- - ' , RUN-AWA- Y nd er I ! ' er ! p, et s All-Sta- rs H I - cl r i ' , ! 1 I ls ... tfrrnr. $12; j J ; 1 s ostl-lpct- es j i .... '. BANDIT IlilllS HIS (lowing current that warms the Pacific alopo antl hat! boon blown by a gale to tht Oregon coast. At tho consulate It was said no GUARDS, ESCAPES other audi hottlfe had lioon reported and customs men at Antoriti, on the Oregon coaat, llkowlso, declared the Railroad Raffles Looks Like find was a rare one. who Hven so, tho lieneh comber Movie Hero Chivalrous picked up the beor bottle In thU land v Boaster. ot ptnhlhltlon refused to be entrusted 'tlrt aalil. A Japanese postcard Is o( llttlo tiae to a man with a thirst, he Son Francisco. July IS. "You'll opined. hear from mo pretty won. .I'll pull LAMH MARKET IS a big Job that ovoryono will hear HOLDING UP WKIili TREASURY WATCHDOG IS REAL LIVE WIRE Met hi I Will Help Mnlnt'tlii Hurmony Itctuoi'ii 'iiiihmsh Anil Other llrimrht nbout." H..-.- -I r.l ' JoJf . nnxlou.ljr weighing thin' Roy Gardner, bandit, made n doputlea from whom he escaped being taken to McNeil Island, under fifty years' sentence for """"" iiMtia officers tumour, ""'" nn.n.ltliii fnilnml and , . ,, me 10- . yai ,1 considered In the light performance and his men- of hlapnat ii make1.,., was being accepted at -, face value while word was awaitIn the ol from peases on his trail Gardner, twice captured for postal robbcrlco, baa twice escaped after a locking taunt that ho couldn't be , '" Thelnrcni; Crime History. since the days of the Daltons Not and the Starr gang has a desperado como up so spectacularly from tho ruck of highway robbery, nor has $7. During the war the demand of the there been one with more evident; mca,s armies pride of criminal craft. '"ni!In up to as high as There Is nothing furtive about been a He looks like a stage Unco which time there has Gardner. steady slump back to normal a tho nvboy handsome, smiling, healthy the range for tops Is nearly $4 high-i- g nil happy, even when thine are go- -' er than the price in 19 K,. the llrst bndlv. Ho has a nerve equal to . . .1.. .... u, .. 1tm. nrt. Ill any undertaking. So his outwitted year awer m ' This steady market has been mark-ha- s guardians describe the man. Also he chivalry, as exem- -' ed by the demand for tho very bast a Hafflcs-llk- e spring lambs. Blood never iiWIed m his statement that one rob- - breeds of n wife and has counted for as much on the mar-ibery was staged to aid his as this year and the quality of returning "breakfast money" to ket lambs sought for and bringing the his victims bo of the How he will attempt to execute his 'heat prices has had to cap- - highest. promised "big Job" If ho eludes a ture, officers are trying to surmise; Proof that breeding has such Ho has con- - large Influence in profitable returns from his past ventures. by the Louisville Livestock fined himself to mail robberies, for is cited penchant. Exchange .i connection with the salo which ho ocoine to have a pure bred bucks and ewes and His care and daring in carrying out of 200 high grade ewes to be held by equaled by his crimen have only been The Louisville Livestock Exchange facility in escaping after capture. vanity of tho man and the Kentucky Pure Bred Tho Inordinate to officers that he will again Mock Association at the Bourbon has attempt mall robbery since by his Stock Yards August 11. Tho salekon-with assertion he is not thru the support of the University of own boat-tincolleSe of Agriculture, the U. capture ' crime but will venture ' S. Department of Agriculture and the or death again in "tho big Job." It will be may be risked without Governor of Kentucky. That this Exchange use of a gun Is considered likely. llel" wltl'ut l'rofit to tne for the Association and the farmers since Gardner prides himself rather attending will make their own prices on success by wit than terror. Snjs He Won't Kill. RUSSIA FRIENDLY TO TURKS "I'll never use a gun to kill," has been another of his vauntlngs. Tho new soviet ambassador to the This is hardly borne out, however, Turkish nationalist government told by the story told by H. M. Pyron, Mustapha Kemal Pasha, head of that fellow prisoner, who leaped from tho government, that the day had passed train after they had handcuffed the when Russia desires to occupy Con-- 1 deputies to the coach, and who was stantinople and plant the cross on recaptured by a posse at Kenosha, iSaint Sophia. He declared that Rus- -' Wash. sian people were animated by broth-ort- y "Gardner," said Pyron, 'threatened sentiments towards the Turks to kill mo It I surrendered without a "who are tho natural allies of Ruslight. He kept two ot the officers' The sultan's government is not pistols and gave me one when wu sia." recognized by the Russian bolshe-Ivik- i. soparated just before my capture." Gardner's exaggerated conceit was The town of Ismld, southeast of once more rovcaled when he told the Constantinople, was abandoned by the discomfited deputies Just how lie had Greeks after many Turks had been managed to wear tho gun which got slaughtered. Tho French claimed to hi ni bis liberty. have saved 4000 Turks in the town. Precautions being taken by mail In order to protect American citizens authorities concede tho fear that a detachment of American murines Gardnor will attempt at loast ono was landed at the place. other desperate venture to make good hits final boast in a series of threats Tho class In English had reached fulfilled. tho point where they were writing Ewn Itobs Captors. plii.rf B(nTi7ni Rnvornl minflu hml ro- ln April, 1920, ho held up a mall cited with varying comment by the wagon in San D ego, Cal., and broke teacher, and at last Harvey, the vll- away from officers. Hu was again . . m ...., nn mirn bad hnv , urns pnllnil ..... ...... ,.. ..... . j ...... i wui., read : .l)ili. uiii'mii-ui nunwniic, uhortly after a Southern Pacific trnln "I saw a pretty lady had been robbed of $175,000 in regisStrolling beneath th'i tret's. tered mail. Sho slipped into a He .said lie would encapo again. " That came up to her By managing to secure and strap "Out Harvey," objected the teacha gun on his abdomen so cleverly as er, "your lines do not rime." to escape detection in the Sacramen"Don't I know it!" replied Harvoy to jail, ho caught deputy U. S. marIn a disgusted tone; "the puddlo shals off their guard on tho train, nsn't dooi ciiough." took their pistols and purses and y. made a clean had put tlii-- . The ne'.v i?an:ei proposition: "Thomas bad five ) VK HKKIt IJOTTliK! oranges. Harry gavo him ole1";!!. and YOU'UK UKKFUh STIIilj ho gavo Richard seven. How many !dld bo havo left?" Portland, Ore., July 16. A sealed! uoforo this problem the class bottle, containing a card with j 0loU but only ono lad 1 rd presence nautical markings and iustructlons of ,inj enol,BU to toll tho reason, asking the finder to mall It to tho "iieaso, ma'm," said ho. "we thoreon was picked up on the Way ,i0 our .mm In apples.- "n Coast after six years' jour- - iry Centlmti:i . n oy from Japan mid turned over to When Alice Smith had attained tho tho Japanese consul here. It was adrift by tho Japan- - ago of 1G sho undertook to alter tho oae ct many imperial fisheries station at llak orthography of her given name to wo Kalilo, Island of Voho. to tost tho what aeonied to her, was a more poo- tic form. Accordingly, sho begun to coastal currents of that vicinity, sign horself Alyce. Thus doslgnated to tho consul. she entered a new school nnd, of Tbc hieroglyphics on the card tho bottle had floated proba- court.0, tho llrst question put to hor bly north until caught in tho cold was with reference to hor name. "Alyco Smith," bho said current coming down from llorlng "Thanks,'' said tho teacher. "And Straits, hud then perhaps buan car-rl- rt nearly to tho equator, whoro It how aio you spoiling 'Smith' now?" St. Louis Times. ua picked up by the northward Mk. ,. - by .,1...., nf flinirns nnmntleil - the Hourbon Stock Yards on the range of .sheep prices In the last ten years shows some Intercs ing facts and close that despite the tremendous "..stria, slump turnout the conn ry tho situation with tho farmers la noth- lag like as dosporac In this one field w has been pictured frequently alnot what should be. tho admitted It I. Interesting further to note the Louisville market has been te,Ul' hiBh0r Ulan C,,lCaB- Kllmlnatlng tho war years the of top Iambs have been alPrices most double at times what they were In the last few weeks they In 1911. Have .old at as high as $13 2B. At present they have been hover ng around $11 while In 10 1. In the same period, they were going around -da-whi- le 1 consls-NnrthWO- St oK. 'r "Vis ! i rl Washington, June Ifi. J. U. of Nebraakn, hna boon selected au the new by President Harding comptroller general of the United Statoa.'. Thla la a newly created office oqu.il to I hut of the director geheralahip held by Chnrlorf G. Dawes. McCnrl has charge of expediting tho cntlro worJ of auditing the accounts of the Fedoral government nnd reducing Its cost. Dawes will look after the task of doing away with overlapping and departments, reducing them to a unified whole, and submitting estimates to Congress. Both will carry out tho great plan conceived by the last Republican Congress ot bringing government expenditure down to dnto and saving tho taxpayers of tho country many hundreds of millions of dollars. The President Indicated ho wanted man," a for both places. Hu got him In Dawes, who is wealthy, has made a success In the Middle West in the reorganization of properties, and served under Pershing In tho A. E K. He also got him In McCarl not McCarl was in fact, but potentially. a poor boy, graduated from the University of Nebraska, became secretary to Senator Norrls and then wns made executive secretary of the Republican He there Congressional Committee. demonstrated by his thoroughness and vision that In the larger work he would be the one man capable of Mc-t'a"hundred-thousand-a-year BFl1'' to 'i'lli A ijimm ifeff V'W KU x$Ir " "! ' n Si Buy a pipe and some P. A, r mfn Get the joy that's doe you! nit iV ; Ptinte Albert 1$ We print it right here that if you don't know the "feel" and the friendship of a joy'us jinlmy pipe GO GET ONE! And get some Prince Albert and bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gon- g! sold in toppy red bage, tidy red tins, handeorte pound and halt pound tin hamldorg andinthe pound eryttal glate humidor sponge top. molttener with T j the utmost results. These are tho requisites which the President and members of Congross felt necessary for the post. The Comptroller General must be IPs ilHili 3Qq For, Prince Albert's quality flavor coolness fragrance is in a class of its own ! You never tasted such tobacco! Why figure out what it alone means to your tongue and temper when we tell you that Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive patented process fixes that! Prince Albert is a revelation in a mahin's cigarette! My, but how that delightful flavor makes a dent! And, how it does answer that hankering! Prince Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped cut. And, say oh, go on and get the papers or a pipe I Do it riffht now! XSKUr JeiHill absolutely honest and utterly fearless Copyright 1B21 because he will be In fact the "watchby K. J. Keyrwlda Tobacco Co. dog of the Treasury." He must be a keen judge of ability N.C. and character because ho must select and place subordinates as to insure the best possible results. the House put It "he is now in the He should be a lawyer because the prime of life, about forty years of matters reaching him. for decision age, and has In most completeness the a con. WiLiton-SaJe"- e Albert the national joy smoke land ccntinucd to Increase In value .it BREED OF TAILLESS Interval;: until October 11, 1DJ0, SHEEP MAY BE HAD when a new grade, Somerset light, I , Live-niKEc- will In mo3t instances involve struction of a Federal enactment appropriating funds. Ho should have unlimited energy and should bo young enough to have and to apply to his work that rare quality of push and enthusiasm that will not down. He must have the qualities of a diplomat because bo will bo a most serviceable point of contact between Congress and the several executive departments. .McCarl, whose acquaintance with public men is large and who Is at the same time a tireless worker, fills the bill. As ono prominent member of ; The Story of Uur btates By JONATHAN BRACE j XVIII. LOUISIANA 'HE tllscov- 1 ery of L o ii I s I a na dates back to the beginning of the Sis. teeuth cent- the Spanish explorers, Alvarez de Pineda and Do Soto sailed up ury, when ' i the Mississippi. In lGS'J La Salle descended tho Mississippi and took possession of the entire valley in the iitinie of the French king, Louis XIV. In his honor this region was named Louisiana. French colonies soon sprang up; Including New Orleans, which was founded In 171S. mud-pudd- le shoe-tops.- get-awa- er Conn-Orego- cjt Interesting chapter of An Louisiana was the formation of the Company of the West by a financial schemer named John Law. This company ostensibly was to exploit the new colony, and held out to speculators nn alluring scheme. In 1703 France ceded Louisiana cast of the Mississippi to Eugland, and, by secret treaty, New Orleans and the western territory went to Spain. Spanish rule proved unendurable to the Inhabitants and the restrictions over tho navigation of the Mississippi led to hostilities between the northern American This settlements and Spain. hltunllon, however, was brought to u peaceful termination by Spain relinquishing her rights to this territory to France and the purchase In ISO.' I by the United titntes from France of tho cntlro Louisiana territory. The southern portion of this acquisition wns organized as the territory of Orleans und In 18112 was admitted us the eighteenth state of the Union, with mi urea of 48,51)0 square miles. As tho Louisiana bus a pelican in Its center, the state Is often culled the Pelican State. (byMcClure Newcptper Syndicate.) coat-of-nnn- qualllications necessary. Thoroughly Lexington, Ky.. July 10 A breed honest, with courtngeous energy, a keen Judge of character and ability, of sheep without talis some day may a tried executive, a graduate, of the be ono of the exclusive products of College of Law of the University of Kentucky, If experiments which arc Nebraska, with more than ten years' to be undertaken In (be r.f.ir future actual practlco In the courts of Ne- by the Kentucky Agricultural Experibraska, Kansas and Colorado, admit- ment Station run true't form. The ted to practlco in all Federal courts, station has purchased a tailless ewe from J. W. Mnttlngly, a Mr: ion Conn- thoroughly devoted to the public In the largest sense, held In ty farmer, find will breod tin freak high regnrd by lumbers of Congresi, to a tailless ram lamb olualiiid from I do not know of a time when there r Northern Kentucky she.v raiser in was greater unanimity of recommen- I an effort to develop a breed of sheep dation for appointment than In this wunoui tans. The experiment will be started this case." With two "live wires" to direct, fall. . Such a bred of sheep is possible, the work of organization will go on In at a rapid rate during the following according to L. J. Horlacher, months. Under tho Wilson adminis- charge of tho sheep at the station. tration the government may be said Ho says the breed of polled Hereford cattle was startd In 1903 by mating to have been sick. two hornless animals. A number of 6o Lojs of Appetite. tailless lambs probably will be obtained from the first cross ot tho two As a general rulo there Is nothing tailless individuals- and the exptni-niontchope to build up an entirely serious about a loss of appetite, and If you skip a meal or only eat two new bred from these lambs. Several tailless sheep have been meals a day for a few days you will soon have a, relish for your meals born In Marlon County this year, Mr. when meal time conies. Dear In mind Horlacher says. Tho ewe purchasthat at least flvo hours should always ed by the station was sired by a elapse between meals so as to glvo Southdown ram. Her dam was a e Hampshire. the food ample time to digest and tho The tailless ram owned by the stastomach a period of rest before a d second meal Is taken. Then If you tion also will bo bred to several ewes to determine the rsults eat no more than you crave and tako of such a cross. a reasonablo amount of outdoor A breed of sheep without tails every day you will not need to worry about your appetite. When the would bo an enormous Improvement loss of appetite i3 caused by consti- over present breeds, Mr. Horlacher Long-taile- d niaVket lambs and pation as is often the case, that says. sheep aro -- . c' and before the should be corrected at once. A dose highest price can bo realized on them will do of Chamberlain's Tablets m their tails must be docked. Should It. tho experiments result In developing a breed ot tailless sheep CHINESE CIJ.MIt SACKED MOUNTAIN farmers who raise market animals will be spared tho time and exponso tho of clipping their tails .before placing At tho summit' of Hwa-ShcChinese "flowery mountain." which Is them on tho market. sacred to the religion of tho Taolsts is a temple. It Is believed thatpll-prim- s Clinmberlniii's Colic and Diarrhoea Itcmcdy. who ascend tho steep side of This medicine always wins the, good tho mountain and visit the tomplo will be rewarded by having all llirlr opinion if not tho pralso of thoso who requests granted. So each year uso It. Try it when you have need m thousands ot Chinamen risk their of such a remedy. m lives in an effort to reach the peak, KENTUCKY OIL AT which Is 6000 feet high. enLOWEST SINCE 10t In many places the pilgrims counter natural walls of rock thnt Frankfort, Ky., July 16. The are almost perpendicular. They got tremendous slanhlng of tho around tt.cco by walking over crude foot-wamade by laying a few poled prices paid by tho principal oil purover posts driven horizontally Into chasing agencies for Kentucky crude tho side of tho mountain, clinging to has caused much Interest in tho fluca chain placed above tho ledgo ot tuations as a reflection on the Induspoles for their support. Na'iuraily trial activity of tho country, says everybody keeps u pretty good grip Wlllard Rouso Jllson, fltuto geologist on this chain for slipping off the ar- nnd director of tho Kentucky Geotificial ledge would mean a sheer logical Survey. Not slnco August 20, 1913, when drop of several hundred feet. tho price dropped to 85 cents a barrel, has tho prlco of Somerset, the chief Kentucky grade, boen as low as at FOR FLETCHER'S Fiosant. On Jnniny 4, 19l4 lt wag raised flvo cents a barrel to 90 cents In-trrs high-gradlong-taileso was established and the price fur fixed nt $4. 50 a barrel. About tin, time, there waB keon competition f"' the purchnso of oil and premiums uf from 25 to SO cents were not common, making the petroleum worth up to $5 a burro1.. On January S, 1321. the price was reduced 25 cents u bar rel to $4.25 and n series ofslaVhei since then reduced It to ono dollar a barrel. Tho Somerset guu'e, regular Is quoted nt 90 cents n brrrcl. Ragland, tho other grado ot Ken tucky emtio petrolcumi also has experienced a decided drop in vnluo durl'ng recent months. Doing hard work in a bent or stooped position puts a stitch In tho back that Is painful. It tho muscle havo become strained, you can't get rid ot it without help. Tho great penetrating power of Dallnrd's Snow Liniment will appeal to you most strongly nt such times, becauso It I the very thing you need.' Price 25c, COc, and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in - m HERMAN KILLS FRENCH MAJOR - In the process of clearing Upper Silesia of Polish insurgents and German volunteer organizations tho town ot Ueuthen was abandoned by tho Poles. As a French battalion entered tho place there was a hostilo den: onstrntlon by tho German residents. MuJ. Moutalleres, ono of tho French olllcers was shot doad by a German civilian. Tho crowd is said to have shielded Jjio assassin and to havo helped him to escape The attempt' of tho Polish Insurgent leader, Korfanty, to take tho town of Glciwltz 'brought a sharp note from tho Polish foreign minister. 31. Kklrmunt. Tho minister said there wus great satisfaction In Poland over the understanding that rn American will sit In tho conference on Sllcsln. Ho ulso said thnt America had saved tho children of Poland. . "LEAGUE DED," SAYS HUTLER ro-co- nt ys Children Cry QASJILO.RIA f Dr. N. M. IJutler. president Columbia university, who Is now 01 n tour of Europe, has taken ovary 'M'- -. portunlty to assure European haters that Ainorlca'B "airtight" rejection of tho league ot nations ns enunciated by Ambassador Harvey at th'' London Pllgram dinner Is flnnl ar' absolute. Dr. Uutlcr says ho bellovt t "any misunderstanding about it Is " real danger," and he thinks tho best tiling to do Is to tell tho world "simply nnd bluntly" thnt IIarvy spoko tho truth. Pujab Tho Jokes I handed In woro not published. Joke Editor I know It. Ml-1- ' this wrlto them on tissue paper so'l can seo through thorn. Sclonco uud Invention. CONGRESS APPROPRIATES A QUARTER MIL-LIO- N WORLD COURT, HOPE FHUM CONFERENCE DOLLARS FOR HORSE BREEDING. JVIoncy To Be Spent Under Supervision of Army Officers To Raiso Belief That Association Will More Thoroughbred Horses for Cavalry Purposes. Grow Out Of Meeting. OTHER GOVERNMENTS SPEND MUCH MORE. Washington, July 12, President Realizing tho necessity of Govern- wagon, buggy, nnd harness nnd saddlo Harding hopes his proposed associament Interest, supervision nnd partici- manufacturers In short, of nlmost tion of nntlomt, designed to end war pation In breeding of thoroughbred nil tho representative organizations inhorses. If tho United States Is to take terested In tho future of the horso and for all time, eventually will grow out her rightful position with the other mule. The objects to bo accomplished of the disarmament conference to be countries 'f the world, the United mny be summarized as follows: held In Washington this fall. Stntcs Congress has made an appro"To promoto and Improve the prodThis fact wns recalled today by tho priation of a quarter of u million dol- uction of horses and mules. President himself, In discussing tho lars to bo expended In horse breeding. "To stimulate tho breeding of high Whllo this Is a very smell amount class animals cf the equine species, objects of the meeting. : Incidentally, when compared with the millions of with a view to improving their blood he also dlriocd that all of tlio great expenditure made by the governments lines and conformation, and thereby marltlmo nations, with one exception, of England, France, Italy and Spain to enhance their usefulness and mareither hnvo formally or Informally In this work, it Is being effectively ket value. Indicated their willingness to particiused to enlarge the number of thor "To protect owners, users and breedoughbrcd horses suitable for cavalry ers and dealers against unjust and un- pate in the conference. It Is undermounts. reasonable legislation, stood that Jnpin luis not yet been In explaining the plans of tho "To gather, coordlnato and dlsscm- United States government for tho Innle ilnln nn hrppillnir. fppillrnr. Rtnhln heard from. Tho association of nations idea was formulated by Presibreeding of more and better horses. management and caro of animals. Col. C. E. Hawkins, Quartermastcr'u "To promoto and encourage horso dent Harding and his campalg'i adCorps, United States Itemount Service, shows, raco and hunt meets, polo, visers shortly after ho was nomlnntcd says: horse fairs and riding and driving by "Tho world war brought out the fact means of competing for prizes and for the presidency last summer. Realizing even at that time that the that the National Defense demands, ribbons. not only thousands up-thousands "To encourage tho uso of the horse overwhelming sentiment of the of horses nnd mules, but horses and commercially and for sport in healthy, people was against the league mules of good breeding. Quality and outdoor exercises.' of nations, Mr. Harding nnd tho Re breeding in the horse and mule is "To save tho riding and driving what gives them the staying power hcrses from degeneration and extinc- publican strategists devised the prcs-3in danger and emergency, as well as tion. "association" plan. for the less spectacular, but not less "To Imbue our people with a patriAims Of Asportation. portant, service in connection with our otic understanding that the horse and Tho Prcseldnt believes this, assoagricultural and commercial pursuits. mule is necessary for our National ciation of governments can be form"What is true in the man is true in the Defense. least. Courage in the soldier wc call "Our immediate concern Is to save ed to minimize the possibilities of mtrale. In either case the quality Is the riding and driving horso and high wars by the following methods: that of the will to stay when threat- class raco horse from extinction. We First Creation of an Internationened by tho common Instinct to falter want to produce a truly American type al court of Justlco for arbitration of which means failure and defeat.. of cavulry horse a horse with breed, "The United States Is tho great ing and quality, as well as bone and Internation disputes. horse nnd mule market of the world. substance n weight carrier and the Second Recodification of interna-tionOur allies depended upon us for the best general purposo horse- - known a law. major supply of their war horses and horse that will weigh from 1,000 to Third Adjustment of nonjustifl-nbl- o mules. Thousands upon thousands 1,250 pounds, standing from fifteen wcro told to the British, French, handi, one inch to sixteen hands, tight disputes by International agreeItalian, Dclglan, Greek nnd ether made, with good gaits and action ments between the member governgovernments. The supply that could a walk, trot, gallop horso that can be sold was limited only by the ships carry weight and follow tho hounds ments of tho association. President Harding believes that the available for their transportation across cuntry that the family can abroad, and by the fact that rations drive to church and also one that can working out of this plan will consti-twere naturally of the first import. hold his own In hard work on the farm peace a genuino effort toward "The tlrst cry from abroad was for a horse that can bo used to advanmen, then for foodstuffs to feed their tage and economically any and every- and at the same timo preserve the pomillions of soldiers and our own men; where, except in very heavy draft. litical integrity of the United States. next came the demand for ammunitions This type of horse has splendid looks, Under tho League of Nations, which the stuff that made the hellish tire quality, action and vigor a wonderful President Harding has assailed time that raked the enemy; his theatre of horso for the farmer, and operations and his lines of communi- one that can bo kept at a minimum after time, tho independence of accation. On the heels of the call for eost. Almost every commercial and tion of this govrnment would he lost theses necessities c had the One for military use will bo met by the prog- foreer. 'I he President clearly has tho war horse and the war mule, in eny of this breeding scheme, depen pointed out in frequent denunciation quantities never bfore approached. dent primarily upon mo size, quamy "Automotive vehicles were used In and-- blood lines of tho mares used in of tho covenant In general and Article X in particular. The league, he be ''great n imbers. Yes, that Is tiue, and breeding. it will be true In the future. But war "Among tho stallions to be placed lieves, constitutes a military alliance nnd the horse and the mule continue to throughout tho United States this, that in icaliiy is u be inseparable. The great military sprng will be over one hundred head of . migrations of the past those, indeed, HIGH CLASS REGISTERED THORO-- . in which the United States should r civilization, itself are so linked nREDS, big horses with plenty of ncor become a member. with the horse that his production and bedy, bone nnd substance. These stal-- 1 But in his association of nations improvement may be said to have been lions placed in the stud through Gov- plan, President Harding sees a real with them. Motive power ernment agencies, will bo available to lias not killed the horse and' mule In- farmers and breeders at a mini- opportunity for the United States to dustry. Every member of the species mum fee. Tho Government does assume world leadership and yet has a valuable and important place to not expect to make money, but to carefully safeguard against foreign 11, motive power to the contrary not make it possible and feasible for entanglements. withstanding. The latter and the tho farmer and breeder to get tho serPleiiM'U by Response. horses will go along together, each vice of a high class approved stallion filling nn important and useful sphere. for their good unares. The object is j Every reasonable effort will be "The breeding of horses and mules, to produce animals of real value and t far from being abated, should be prac- use that will not only pay for their j made at the conference on disarmarearing, but bring a handsome profit ment to embrace the two plans, first, ticed in the spirit of Che utmost and confidence. True, tho horse' when mature. We expect the progeny of securing an International agree and mule market is upset. The de- at maturity to make general purpose ment for the limitation of armaments, mand, however, for every class will horses, cavalry horses, . riding and hunters. ' after the Far East problem has been tinrasa phmv come again before the colts now brel Ml our best Informed horse- race horses, polo ponies, depending disposed of and second steps for the mature men, breeders and farmers tecognlzc largely upon the mares selected for formation of an association of all the breeding and tho care in rearing the great powers to lessen the possibility this fact and advise doubling our to tho work of breeding. colts; a high class horse, both for Meanwhile better horses and mules peace and war, a link in the chain of of war. Tho administration obviously Is should be tho aim of every breeder. our National Defense. Tho colts will We need better blood, more quality; belong to the breeder. The Govern- pleased that the "Informal feelers" on hence, a more valuable animal. A well ment will have no strings on them. disarmament put out to other govbred, sound animal, of good conforma- Tho owner will be privileged to sell retion and quality of any class, will al- them to whomsoever ho pleases at any ernments have received favorable ways bring a high price and a hand- time. However, the Government ex- sponses so .oon. some profit to the breeder. It Is tho pects to depend upon this source for Tokio still is hesitating, according scrub or ordinary animal that loses Its supply of anlmal3 in times both of to authentic information, but Is exthe breeder and farmer money. Tho peace and war. pected to return n favorable answer scrub cats as much forage and takes "'The New York Jockey Club,' I as much care as the high class ani- may add, has established a halMbred to this government shortly. mal; and one has nothing at ma- registry at Avon, New York, with Mrs. The Harding administration has in turity. The progeny of high class, Herbert Wadsworth in charge. This view a singularly appropriate idea repure bred 6talllons, that have proved makes It possible for the farmers and garding the date for calling the motheir courage, endurance and speed in owners of these colts, which will be competitlcn, and selected farm mares, to register same at a nom- mentous disarmament conference. It will bring the breeder an Increasing inal fee of J2.00, which registration la possible, it will bo fixed to open arstrongly recommended, because, when mistice day, November 11. Presit profit as the time goes on. "The Government is backing tho the farmer or breeder desires to dis- dent Harding is said heartily to ap productlon of these better horses and pose of. these colts, a better price will mules. This work is being accom- bo paid by civilians for the registered provo of the iden of calling this plished by the War Department colts than for those that are not regis- greatest of all peace conferences on through the Remount Service, under tered. In addition to this, registration tho day that marked the end of the the Quartermaster General of the U. Is necessary if any type or breed of world's greatest war. The President S. Army. horse Is to be established and recog. "Tho Mast Congress appropriated a nized. All necessary information In will open the sessions of the confer" quarter of a million, dollars to further regard to this registration can be had ence personally, since it Is to be held Registration in Washington, according to Informathese plans. The project also is being by writing to Half-bre- d backed by an auxiliary society of the Bureau, New York Jockey Club, Avon, tion given Universal Service today. Remount Service, known as tho Ameri- New York. can Remount Association, composed of "Plans for an organization similar' Surgeons agree that In cases of army officers, civilians, breeders, to that In charge of Mrs, Wadsworth farmers, ranchmen, horsemen, owners are now under way in the Interests of Cuts, BurnB, Bruises and Wounds the of race horses, drivers aud riders, Kentucky breeders and farmers." first treatment is most important. When an efficient antlsoptic is applied promptly there is no danger of SHAFT HORSE MAY and 16,000. If the decrease keeps Infection and the wound begins to SOON BE EXTINCT up at this rate the draft, horse will heal at once. For uso on man or soon become a curiosity and eventual- boast, Borozono Is tho ideal antiseply may be seen only on exhibition in tic and healing agonts. Buy it now The growing popularity of motor museums. and be ready for an emorgency. vehicles and the dwindling number of Sold by Price 30c, 60c and $1.20. is rapidly driving the once horses m Ohio County Drug Co. WITH, THE EDITOR. 'to extinction. n Am-r'.can nt al ut super-governmtm . linr-spshalf-breds, ' s w th Gorman officialdom, to di-financier? and Industrial captain' how Germany might ho restored where It can purchase American products thru rome means of stabilizing German oxchango and tho granting of vrt credits upon guarantees which will offor the nocossnry security to the givers of credit. Tho question of tho practicability of the Germans agreeing that German property seized in America, but tho reloaso of which Is expected, being hold for a number of years as security for credits has again been brought up. Naturally the Individuals who have property in the United States strongly oppose such action. The statement lays great stress upon tho vast unemployment in America together with the enormous surplus of products there which cannot bo sold and says that it is a matter of serious interest to America, that tho recognition of Russia be made possible more rapldiyi and sees great advantage to America If It works together with Germany toward that end. Vice President Mosely of 'the American Exchango National Bank of Now York, is expected to Join tho commission here. Inlet est Arousil. Tho National League of German Industries gave tho American business men a dinner today. The coming of this commission, to gether with the visit of Barney has aroused the greatest interest in German banking and industrial circles. The impression prevails In some quarters that the sudden American interest in Germany Is forced on tho one hand by the reported stagnation in trade there and on the other by tho atempt of British and Gergroups to effect man industrial economic ententes with tho Russian soviet government for exploitation and reconstruction later to tho exclusion of America. ni Kgl. jB'f&x??) St? '! A. rt..i... 4eti,.:.i nMhJ m ,! KCX liOIHtiiu larwu WW. -- 4 ii'fa,. vijT.E GASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. itazC. ZLVS- ICASfDl 1 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria . mis 5 "rin-i- i. .ALUUIIUU-- . -- ''-.. O n nhn " -- AVcicInuicIYcparaiionrarAs similnlinuuiciooaoyiu.u liniiUKJiawu""""1' Always Bears the - MSSLI ' n. ... .i, .njnd uiccnuiiuM""m"" incrcny iTuiiiuuui, . . . ' ni:niMVfo;lioa - Cantons ' -- - Signature f)(x iMiui-i.n- ncuncrvuiuiii,i'""K wVAnR(lTIC. t - f $ . f $SloJ JbtUUthttt Jtitnn Senna MiS"& flmf r.i'n ,lvfnP s.Kc Kntemrrn .: . le' Constipation and Diarrhoea reras &&S I f loss OF aM-1resulting tomftonwnMa 1 and Fcvxrishncss and racSimilcSKaaiare" InxCDrrAmCoMr.o; ns s Ai' use ji Ba-ru- ch 'Ml for uv er Thirty Years CASTO Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW VOftK CITY - HARDING LAUNCHES ROWBOAT With all formality and solemnity President Harding acted as sponsor July 4, of a nlne-tfoo- t rowboat built by the son of Senator Frellnghuysen of N. J., at whose home tho president and his wife were guests over the holiday. As he broke a bottle of mineral water over the bows President Harding said, "I christen this boat as a tribute to American boyhood who build boats and whose achievements in the future will build this country." nine-year-o- ld A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. i "NEED OF CRITICISM" al In a recent address, W. S. Sims ( onlrasted the attitude of tho United States which forbids public criticism of governmental affairs by army and naval officers with that of Europea npowers who recognize criticism as vitally Important to national (ictense. "Officers In Europs not actually on duly," he said, 'Van publish any criticism they please but tn 'he United Ftatos it Is forbidden " The efficiency of a country like ous depends largely on the interest people take in this efficiency, he said. As a safeguard to public interests he urg ed public discussion of the affairs uf tho nation. Rear-Admir- EAGLE'TWIKADO"- - For Sale at your Dealer SK mufrtw EACLE MIKADO Pencil No. 174 Made in five ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BANLr " trades c HEAVY SHIPPING FROM More than ter of them SO . 1. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK and the story came back with theso pages still pasted; and so I know you are a fraud and turn down stories .' breeding. The 1920 census tiguros show that there are only 66,000 horses In New York city as compared to 128,000 In 1910. Chicago now has 30,000 against 68,000 a decade ago. Figures for comparison in other cities follow: Philadelphia 19,000 now and 60,000 then; Baltimore 7000 and 16,000; PittsBoston 10,000 and 23,000; burgh 6000 and 12,000; Cincinnati S000 and 13,000, and Cleveland C000 popular draft animal m There are about halt tho number of horses In cities now than 10 years "Is this tho editor?" Inquired Mr. KKVIVAli OF GERMAN ago. This is due to the failing oft in Titmouse at the offices of tho WestTRADE IS A record cargo of 9000 sacks of mall gress made in cheesemaklng. was sent to Europe on tho America, NEW AFRICAN GOLDFIELD formerly the German liner Amerika, ly. which Is now the largest passenger London, July 16. News has reachship sailing under the Amerfcan flag. ed London, of the finding of a large ANOTHER WOMAN IN CONGRESS new goldfleld in Northern Nigeria, and a great "trek" to the new field The governor of Illinois has ap- is taking place. pointed Mrs. Winifred M. Huck as member-at-larg- o COMPRESSING WHEAT in congress to complete the unexpired term of her fathAn odd suggestion' comes from er, tho late W. E. Mason. Mrs. Huck is the former representative's young- England as to conserving wheat. It est daughter and is the mother of is proposed to crush or rough grind wheat, then soften with superheated four children. stoanl and compress in hard blocks DEGREES OWN FLOGGING and store until wanted, when a simple crushing process would fit it for Pleading guilty to beating his wife, flour manufacture. jCvjHflAVftVAnriflE2HViSBB Juan Torres, of Santa Ana, Calif., requested that he be flogged with a When they Special Correspondent rawhide. The Judge consented and released me they said that if I showadministered three lashes on Torre's, ed my face in Ireland again I should back, raising three large welts. be shot. mm Editor 111 let these Sin Foiners Tires and accessories, feathAWAKENED FROM A seo that I'm not to be Intimidated, erweight MotoB Bikes MoTintEE-YKASLEEP You'll go back by the next train. R ships nearly a quarcarrying passengers, ber. It will require 150,000 pounds sailed from New York on June 25. of milk or one day's output of 7500 Tho This was one of tho largest sailing cdv.'c and will weigh 12 tons. days in several yea.rs, tho ships car- cheese is to represent the great dairying more than 10,000 passengers. ry Interest of the state and the pro- without reading same." Tho editor wrote back: "Madam: At breakfast when I open an egg I don't have to eat the whole egg to discover it is bad." Writer's Month- Liberty Bicycles On Sale Shf SOUGHT ern Breeze. Berlin, July 16 The economic "It js," responded that dignitary. "Didn't this paper say I was a crisis in the United States demands e that Germany becomo an liar?" good biiylng customer of American "It did not." "Didn't It say I was a sv'cundrcl?" farm and manufacturing products, is . tho gist of a statement given out to TWELVE-TO"It did not." N CHEESE FOR FAIR German press today by a commisthe "Woll, some paper said It." Central "Possibly-- it was our contemporary sion from tho American The largest cheeso ever made will down tho street," suggested the edi- Chamber of Commerce, headed by Edbo exhibited at tho Now York otato picked up apsper weight. ward Filene of Boston. tor, os-The commission's purposo here Is fuir to bo bold ut Syracuse In Septem- "This'paper never printa stale news." old-timhe Having baffled medical experts with a case of sleeping sickness Yhkh lasted three years, James Eshlinger, of Fort Smith, Ark., awoke and asked for a chew of t6bacco which he energetically chewed and apparently relished. Ho should havo waited un til the hot weather was over, "What' we want Is action instead of words." "Not always," replied the "I much prefer a man who roe to orio who throws a pop-bottle- ." tors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, line Construction Material, Electrical Supumpire. yells at plies, Shoe and General Repair Shop. The editor in question, like most others, was obliged to refuse a great many stories. A lady once wrote You sent back last week a story of mine. I know that you did not read the' story, for as a test I bad pasted together pages 18, 19 and 20, If it's fixable we fix it. Both telephones. MOFFEttS REPAIRSHOP Beaver Dam,, Kyv aim: "Sir: ,, W Bgggflfillli rfgfw d July yourself of the great buying opportunity which is in store lor you at. our Big Have you availed and we intend to make these Sale? Only a few more days yet remain 'to do so. Our bargains are attractive, factory prices, and do not closing days the busiest days of our entire sale. When you can buy merchandise at with their purchases of it, you are loser. Your friends have been to this sale, and left delighted Percales, Ginghams, Organdies, Voiles, Chev d "why not you. Thousands upon thousands of yards of iots, etc., on sale, and new ones ordered every week. Mil-En- Mill-JEn- MEN'S HATS $5.00 and $6.00 Panama Hats i $4.00 Hats and $7.50 Felt Hats $S.00 .. .$3.95 2.95 4.25 MEN'S SUITS $40.00, $35.00 and $25.00 Suits. $19.95 5.00 $ 7.50, $8.00 and $8.50 Pants . . EXTRA SPECIAL! CHEVIOT SHIRTING ' 15 Pieces Extra Quality Cheviot, 35c. 19c Quality GINGHAM DRESSES 50 Pieces High Grade Gingham, 35c 19c Quality, Sale Price LADIES' SKIRTS VOILE SPECIALS New shipment, late styles in Plaids and $1.75, $1.50 and $1.25 Fancy, Solid Colors, skirts that are worth wide, Figured Voile, $10.00, $15.00 and $17.50, Our Spe79c Our Special Sale Price $8.95 cial Sale Price SHIRTING MADRAS VOILE AND ORGANDY WAISTS 100 Yards best grade striped woven Madras, 50c value, very desirable for, 100 Voile" and Organdy Waists, si2e 38, to 46, Waists that retail for $1.50 and Shirts, Sale Price 35c. $2.00, Our Special Sale Price. . .95c AND BROWN DOMESTIC Dark-colore- d, 40-inch- es 36-inch- cs 36-in- WHITE WOVEN MADRAS Woven Madras, very desirable Dresses and Waists, Mill-En- d for 19c Price ch BLEACH 500 Yards Mill End Hope Bleach, worth 15c 20c, Sale Price' Brown Domestic, 36- 1000 Yards LL 10c inches wide Sale Price Brown Do- -' wide,. 500 Yards, '. 8c mestic ,10c Value APRON GINGHAM 200 Yards, good grade Apron Gingham, 10c Our Special Sale Price BLUE DENIM 35c Quality, fine for Pants and Overalls 27-inch- es CREPE DE CHINE AND GEORGETTE BLOUSES Right New, and formerly sold for $S.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00, Our Spe$5.95 cial Sale Price ' WHITE WASH SKIRTS $4.00, $500, $6.00 and $7.00 'White Wool Skirts, Our Special Price .$3.95 HOSIERY SPECIAL White and Black only, 20 dozen, Spe15c cial per pair MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Men's &T.50 Work Shirts in Clue and S9c Brown, Our Special Price SILK SHIRTING wide, Regular $1.50 Quality, very desirable for Shirts, Beautiful 79c line of patterns, Special COAT SUITS $34.75 $50.00 Coat Suits-- : 26.95 $40.00 Coat Suits 19.95 $30.00 Coat Suits 16.95 $25.00 Coat Suits Colors Blue and Black, Sizes 36 to 46. SILK UMBRELLAS For Rain or Shine, Colors Red, Green $6.00 and Navy, Special Price LADIES' COLLARS AND VESTEES Right new from Fashion Center, large and varied assortment. A great demand for them right now. We have them at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00. Call and see them. BEACH CLOTH In demand for Middies, Skirts iv- Dresses, 75c Value, Our Special Price 50s All the Shades. " FANCY VOILES 50c Voiles, an endless variety of Fancy Paterns, fine for hot weather, cial Sale Price Spe- 29c 19c Special Price SLIPPERS ODDS AND ENDS One Lot $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50, sizes 21,, 3 and 3 J only, Sale Price. .98c FAIR K2Hira5 The Hartford Republican Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIXSLEY, Editor and lJii.sinexs Manager. . COMPANY, JW''J.JU..l1Bi5rai Hartford, Ky. SSS3Z3S5 - 1 cept that kind of settlement appears problematical and whether the British will be willing to go Government further io likewise a problem. Our guess is that no more ground or freedom of government will bo given the Irish than has been extended to the Dominion to the North of tho U. S. Entered according to law at the Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., a? uiall snatter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent fo a hew address must give the old to join us in a conference on disarmaaddress in making the request. ment and tho Far Eastern situation, Business Locals and Notices 10c is commendable. The Chief Execuper line, and 8c per line for each tive Is beginning to .show some signs insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Initiative, thanks to tho 'coaching One of ol Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for of the Secretary of State." each head line and signautre, money these days some of these Democratic In advance. are going to be called Church Notices for services free, Quill-drivelc 'per away from irik and scratch paper bebat other advertisement, ' word. foro they append tho latter portion will Anonymous communications of their editorial, 'that portion which receive no attention. belittles and casts odium upon the President, and thereby be disgraced TELEPHONES iorover, read out of the party and C9 Farmers Mutual completely ostracised by the' political brethren and their 'communities. IULY 22 30UDAY Candidates for nomination for the salaries 'of various offices are now In the home Wo still s?y that the the ural! teachers have been increas- stretch, so to speak. We deem It the. duty of every mother's son of ed n'inco tho school year Of 1919-2- 0 'best to .closed, notwithstanding our friend, them to do their dead-levcontrary, and It's win, but mind you, wo say level, and the Herald to the ' "Timbuctoo Ed Morrow Prof. Geo. by that we mean that all effort should bo on the level, not that wo anticiColvin." Editorial. pate that any may desire or will Cleveland praciico methodB questionable or The mothor of Glover We vould more parCBeTgdoll in giving testimony recently, .objectionable. paid Major Ilruco D. ticularly charge tho friends nnd supstated that she Campbell 15,00.0 to bo U3ed In bekali porters of candidates with tho duty ol her son after tn"o Major had. de- of jjeoplng everything straight. I"t manded $100,000. She further stat- is perfectly proper for each individual when tlo higher figures were to work for the man of his choice, to ed, demanded she Simply told him to go do that which Is honorable in getto hell. Had the Major skidded for ting out those who will support his that jdaco with as much rapidity as choice, and tho choice of all, should he exhibited In fall In price, if her first be, as thoy seo tho matter after statments bo true, ho would have Uollberato survey of the field, tho one landed 'beforo Sister Dergdoll could who can best servo tho entire County and that with credit' to tho party have counted tho money. giving tho commission. The field of One of tho largest questions un- candidates for many of tho offices is der discussion for settlement today, a broad one, tho grealer majority, If is?crhaps that between tho Irish and not all are thoroughly competent und Great Britain. Thero appears but qualified, especially. with a bit of exlittle doubt of tho fact that Ireland perience, for tho position s.ought. ' could very readily obtain tho same When tho primary shall have passed, form of government as is accorded tho family fight behind us, we must Canada, nnd other Dominions of tho ho In shapo to lino up solidly for .English. Whether tho Irish will ac those who aro commissioned as our rs late, wo hr.vo been noticing editorial comment from various to sources nearly complimentary President Harding. But most generally they wind up by giving some other person credit for what he, the President is strivlug to do. One in particular we remember read like this: "The spirit actuating President Harding In calling tho Great Powers Of '' el , tbt which the KccordlitK Angel keeps 't cho'it' in the haven of Home candidates. With confidence wo look THE NEW THERK--h rot a dominant position lull m"HO'Vr WOMAN'S forward to a united party to battlo ing (then, that counts for the bleu' EMIMRK LIES those whose" only hope lies In diseternity Thin let iih commend to o gruntled and defeated candidates, our sex the motto of our great States: By .Mrs. E. S. HOWARD. KIKVATIOXAL lt,LI.OT they are talking It every flay, they Equal Suffrage is here. The advo- "Not for ourselves but for other." hope for It and wo are expecting that Candidates for nomination for tho they are to get tho worst shock of cates of an unrestricted ballot have Whoever would 1N tlio most exalted See to it, 'nt last seated a woman in tho ASiieri- - iniist live for othurs. Wo road that various offices In tho coming primatheir lives, politically. can Congress and I am glad that she on ih lMttlc field of Cressy, Kdward ry may secure Educational H.illnti that the enemy is disappointed. could weep as sho voted In opposition and the Black Prince met u a lini.il at this office by leaving their nrdt-to war. It was tho blessed' soul of to hand encounter with King .liihn, at onto. After wo commence MusCLEAR Itl'X an old regime gently breathing its of Bohemia who was slain. Under- ing the regular ballots It will be mxt in what women hope to be neath a plunio was discovered tit' to Impossible- for this office to fur Mrs. Anderson Meadows and lit-- j dew-dro' ' tie son, Elza, of Owcnsboro, return- a better regime. Woman already legend: "I Serve." There Is noth- nish them. domestic ing grander than service service for her within ed home Tuesday, after visiting for possessed, Tho Royal Son. the Prince a week with Mrs. Meadows parents, sphere, a greater power to shape others. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoover, of this events on this planet than tho Su- of Peace, relinquished tho Godhead, preme Power ever gave Napoleon. donned tho livery iff a servant, and place. Mr. C. C. Hoover, who has been in If there Is any forco on tho Ameri- "Came, not to be ministered unto bad health all summer, Is no better. can Continent to which her Influence but to minister." Those who would Miss Malinda Ann Smith of Taffy, can be likened. It Is the forco of govern must serve to conquer. ,has appendicitis, and is quite 111 at gravitation reaching to tho limits Equal suffrago Is here. Let us an Influence, vote. Read, think and vote. Ever j of the furthest star, tho present writing. mighty bo true to tho trust awarded us. Al- Mrs, Eliza Hanniey is ill of heart I that" If molded aright. Is Your Supplies, quick troublo, at the homo of Clarence enough for the safeguard of any na- ways cherishing tho good nnd the j tion. Funk. Let duty and not dominabeautiful. reasonable service Stinson Park and wife of near If a woman wishes to vote who can tion bo our guiding star. Bo Marcost, bring your car Liverinore, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. C. say her nay? There Js no constitu- tha to serve, Dorcas to sew and Mary the to sit at the feet of Jesus. It Is ours tional reason for withholding Park Saturday and Sunday. --The crops throughout this section ballot from her. The difficulties are to equal and perhaps to excel In Insuperfluous hut minute". Wo well tellect but nothing must entice us are suffering for tho need of rain. know that all people admire- The .from tho fireside. In this age of BROWN &JARNAGIN New Citizen Woman, but we too, multlplido social and political ecu- FREE! FREE! KREE! To the first 36 housekeepers In our well know that tho iters wo sometimes tremble for tho Hartford, Ky. store after 1 o'clock, Saturday, July girl is loved best. Sho is loved to home for we realize what it means to 23, wo will give, absolutely free, one unassuming, shy and modest life, ev- the world If our hearts aro not an- small jar of Beechnut Peanut But- er reminding, one of tho sweet violets in the forest, pure and innocent, reter. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ceding in the shadows of the tall, mighty and hnndsomo oaks. At the Helen Black, tho infant daughter fireside of the world It Is hers of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Iglehcart, "To mold a nilghty nation's decrees : whom her parents took to Louisville And to shape tho whispers of a several days ago to bo under the care throne." of a speclallstwas reported as being Thus we see that equal suffrage much improved yesterday. cannot add ono cubit to woman's statue but it may detract from hor G. B. Likens has resigned his po- charm of modesty wo- cannot tell. sition ns attoreny in the oflice'of tho It may dull tbat fine edgo of chivalry Allen Property Custodian and has which a rcverenco for the gentlor ser. opened offices for tho general prac- - .has over been Inspired by tho world tice of law at 1344 G. St. Northwest', In tho American race I hope it may Washington, D. C. never. There is a grim touch of Irony, and I fear a sinister predicANNOUNCEMENT tion, in the toast: "Here's to the women of. America; once qur superIn Wo aro authorized to announca C. iors, but, now, only our equals." B. GARDEN as a candidate for tlio this great and most wonderful nation Democratic nomination for Sheriff of whoso political lights aro beckoning Ohio County, subject to tho action tq us, there aro dazzling opportuniof the primary election, Anguef 6, ties for us to seize,- greater responsiget-ftyfafc-- we bilities for us to meet. All will not 1921. disbo smiles; cares .will encumber, ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD has au appointments will come, and lovely 1 thorized us to announce his Candida? alrccstles Will vanish. Ono will de cy for the Democratic nomination cide to shine In the social realm, one for Sheriff of Ohio County, subject will strive to shine In the political HARTFORD, KY. Jo tho primary election, August 6, world whllo nnothor will find In llfo an 'humbler lot, but In tho ledger 1921. r ps - FOR to' I at fDDrrJ-i- y - Ifyou needmw brake lining sellit HARTFORD MOTOR CO., xiiiie Saves Nine A Repair Job in - 6, , ,. - . raaaactm; u JuuzjLg.agaraaaaEgstahJWirt'yaK b BRIGHT COLOR; h In the Most Desirable Styles I W C .Hlankenship, Clerk of tho of Hk I ClirNtlnn 'Ohio County Court, do hrreby crtl-- I kt II '". S(Ji,iN convenes In FordsvJIl" fy that tlio following is a correct list of the Candidates and the order tOOIIV. In whlrh thy will appear on the of-- ! llev. J. C. Crulehfletd of t. Louis, nclal Ilallot at tho Primary Klectlon Ciniwl, lo be held In Ohio. County, Kentucky, Mo., preachrcl nt tlio Ho-t- os (Col.) !. K. "Clinch 'i ;rt.y. llov. on the Cth day of August, 1021. Crtitchflplri Ir v.id tr br a forceful preachnr. The Clmifli' Convention A in s 1 -- . i.i ('Sir itt and JWKSaaSKjBHEB Nocredlt, Who rrcently underwent an operation, has1 not been doing well since, In foot, slip Is thought In n precarious condition. .Mrs. Bertie Rlal-o- f ft v ' to-b- DEMOCRATIC TICKET and little Mrs. Carllilo Riniltr daughter, Cnrolyn, were gnosis this FOR JUDGE of tiih hi.vsh judicial DISTINCT. week of Airs. Rentier's father, Mr. GEORGE S. WILSON. Luther Itonder and Mr. Rwidrfr In Heaver Dam. L. P. roil sheriff oiiio cocxtv CARDEN. DIRKIIEAD. I''Olt,llSTlCK OK TIIK PEACE C. H. K. E. TANNER. fit . 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 wil) meet with mos 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,givcs 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- Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Wnllnco and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ghas. Hughes nnd family of Central City, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. T. Harnett of this place, Sunday. New Perfection Oil Stove has bpen placed in more than 300,000 homes with .satisfaction. If you want your wife to smile these hot days try one in your home. . Ministerial DMilct 11. -- No. I. II. CANARY. WILLIE HAUL. Have your tires repaired , T. A. 13 VANS. T. .1. BARNETT. at W. 4t4 D. GENTRY'S Vulcan-izin- g Ministerial District, IRA MOSELEY. O. C. MAGAN. (5. No. 5. Shop, Beaver Dam, Ky. Mrs. P. O. McKInney and little son of Oakmont, I'a., arrived In Rock-- t ..port last week to spend tho summer jwith Mrs. McKInnej'a mothor, Mrs. M. J. Re-Iand other relatives there' land in the County. S. HOLBROOK. J. II, AMBROSE. ACTON BROTHERS I HARTFORD, KY. ' Mr. Harvc Sheffield returned Tues- day from Phllo, 111., where 'he had ' spent several days with his sister," Mrs. Thornton Pctton and Mr. Pnt- -' ton. .Mrs. Patton wns .rapidly from a serious itlntss. ' REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR KEPHKSKXTATIVK IRA JONES. H. DAIZE. I. S. MASON. .1CDCM OIIIO COCXTV COURT AV. Mr. W. H Riley of Union, Clt. ... iill IU A1n tr ........II.. it'Jill.. It.tVUIIIlK BillUBUIilli ..t,l tl.n Dixie Rubber Goods Co., spoilt batur- 4 WINSON SMITH. II. R. WEDDING. MACK COOK. day night and Sunday iiero with W. S. DEAN. Mr. Riley was enrouto to FOR CLERIC OIIIO COUNTY COURT relatives. Louisville, Lexington nnd Cincinnati. M. P. CHUMLEY. Marvin Mldkiffof Sulphur Springs. Jeft Tuesday for a point near Colorado Springs, Colo., where he Is to enter the W O. W. Sanatorium to lie treated for tubercular trouble, lie by his brother, was accompanied , Wayne Mldklff. E. G. DARRASS. i Home of Autos I 1 J. E. MITCHELL. JAMES A. TATE. M. C. SCIIROADER. ISOM MITCHELL. SEP T. WILLIAMS. M. A. EMBRY. ROY H. FOREMAN. , FOR CLERK OHIO CIRCUIT COURT FRANK BLACK. O. N. STEWART. V. A. MATTHEWS. lfOU SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY CICERO CROWDER. CAL P. KEOWN, G. A. RALPH. CARL M. TAYLOR. Carson (k Co Hartford, Kentucky , . , , Stop in if you are in trouble or call us. We will $ve you prompt attention. We do- not charge for experimenting. We also carry a good line of MILLER'S TIRES and INNERTUBES. - Ihe r; .r nartrora t 1 JHum. ..ii'i.v aa IJ Ult Kill DA V,. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Portland Cement at ACTON BROS. Mrs. Everett Dimes spent "Monday In Owensboro. I A public hitch rack Is being built east of tho Courthouse. Make that old. house new with lied ,Mr. Raymer W. Tlnsjoy and family have moved from Houston, Texas, to Atlanta, Ga. Mr. Tinsloy having been transferred to the Atlanta Division by the Department of Justice. - wnnt Mr. and Mrs. f! O MnntniWednogiln, rof a The change is In the nature of a pro- o motion. Mrs. Tlnsley and children ,tvo ivoek'A sojourn, spent s'lveral days with Mr. and Mrs. Elgin of near Montgomery. Ala. Messrs. T. II. Dlnck and F. L. Fe-- j V. C. Georgia City. 1I. attended tho funeral of Mr. J. T. while enrouto to tho Wright at Hothol, Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lance and Miss. Bertha Hclber returned 'last Do not ilotach 'ticket from coupon week to their homos in Vincennos, hook and send to Plant for ice. Send I Ind., after spending several days with book or cash. 4t Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer an' ELLIS ICE CO. j other relatives In and near Hartford. Mr. Robert Lauterwasser accompaniMiss Dottle Riley of Owensboro, ed tho Indiana visitors on their rearrived in Hartford last Saturday, turn home, and is to remain until to spend two weeks with relatives and next week. friends. J j I I ' BROWN & JARNAGIN Main Street Phone No. 34 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. - B. M. T. G. C. RHOADS. D. HEPLIN. H. IJLACK. P. JONES. 4 Miss Mevlllo Rhoads of Owensbo WHILE THEY LAST ro, is spending several weeks in Hart-- . ford, tho guest of friends and rcla- With each purchase, made in our ' , County Attorney A. D. Kirk and 'tlves. , storo In person, Saturday, July 23, rMrs. Kirk were In Owensboro,-Wednesday- , we will give free, ono Royal Cook , Miss Mario Her, of Owensboro Book,' containing over 200 tried and . has been visiting friends and rela- - tested recipes. Messrs. Worth Tichcnor and sons, t,ves ,n nartr0rd during the past eev- WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Prank and Cecil, were in uwensuoro ora, Uays Monday, Mrs. G. C. Nail and two children STRAY STREAKS with Mrs. R. Ci Hudson of Bufprd, spent of Island, spent last week-en- d Wednesday In town, tho guest of Mrs. Mrs. Nail's sister, Mrs. Step Sosb, and (By Fluke McFIuke.) Mr. Sosh, in Hartford. L. P. Turner. ACTON UROS. j Spotl'alnt. COOK HOOKS KKKK FOIl JAILER OHIO COUNTY JOHN T. KING. L. TINSLEY. BARNETT CHARLIE SMITH. ' WORTH TICHENOR. NATHANIEL HUDSON. S. A. LEE. JOHNSON STEWART. KOH JUSTICE OK THE PEACE inl District No. 1 JAS. A. DOLING. J. P. McCOY MtiKistcrlul District No. 2. W. C. KNOTT. FELIX SHAVER. Maigisteritil District Xo. . O. E. SCOTT. N. M. TAYLOR. Q. B. BROWN. Magisterial District Xo. i. 3. R. MURPHY. J. G WITHERS. J. W. CHEEK. Magisterial District No. 5. ' W. A. HELM. Mn-jisU- . k ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judgo We l For County Clerk: ROY H. FOREMAN to i announce R. W. SLACK i candidate for Judge of tho Sixth Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, are authorized ' November election, 1921. Kor Coinmonwcidth's "Attorney are authorized to announce C. E. SMITH a candidate for Commonwealth's AtCourt torney of the Sixth Circuit Election NoDistrict, of Kentucky. vember 8th 1921. We West Beave? Dam. ISOM MITCHELL Bell'3 Rua. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy MODE SCIIROADER N. Rosina. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. DARRASS Hartford". M. P. CHUMLEY McHenry. J JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRY Balzetowu. Kor Jailer: CHARLIE SMITHf-Hartfor-d. R. 2, WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. KING Hartford. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. BARNETT L TINSLEY Hartford R. F. D. No. D. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry. For County nnd District Offices. to announce We are authorized the candidacy of the following citizens, subject to the action ot the Republican party in the primary election August C, 1921:- ( Route V NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenrjr 'il . - v ' Messrs. A. R'. Carson andxR. B. SqulroQ. 13. Drown of Simmons, was a visitor at" this office while in Martin went to Louisville Wednesday. Mr. Martin also went to Prank-fo- rt town Monday. ., before returning. . Mr. S. S. Urown of Jingo, spent Mr. and Mrs., James II. Thomas of Tuesday nigljt and Wednesday with Akron, Ohio, aro'vlsiting friends and friends in town. relatives In Boa'ver Dam and othor poluts In Ohio County. E.'Blrkhead. R. T. Messrs. E. J. P. Casoblor and Ray Cornell Misses Salllo Laura and Kathryn wero In. Owensboro Tuesday. Williams and Messrs. Tim McCoy and t Elth'er send Ticket Dookor cash, AUoa Carter of near t6wn, spent-laswith friends In Calhoun. ap week-en- d to Plant, it yotf wish Ico. This, plies to all. ' Mrs. Russell Walker and children, ELLIS ICE CO. accompanied by Rev. Walker, re-. "n ... n Tnillnnnnnlla turned last Prldayrom a visit with Airs..oaran urowu ui making an extendpd visit with relatives in, Hardinsburg and, Clover-por- t, .JtInd.,ja y, "hfir sfstcr Mrs. Emma Hudson and Col--11- J. Earth wobbled from its regular orbit Sunday as Lent Crowe was making a dash from first to second and as a result a great Mother et W. GRAY. ROY For Tax Commissioner F. KEOWN Fordsvillet J Mnslstcrlal District No. 0. J. A. EDGE. MACK MARTIN. For Representative. IRA JONES Arnold. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. I. SMASON Buford. . collision ensued. Aside from an inline nt'o fog of dust scrambled by the impact no particular harm was done to Earth. Letn lost enough hide. If properly tanned to shoo Walker Kahn about twice, and thoso who have lamped Walk's pedals will know that "some" feather would be Involved. We haye received special request to invite I. J). Claire to town to view tho. Lly pool. and aquarlunu Apd if thpjOld Man will come, and, promise to not get thrown wo will place & White mule or two at his disposal; Upclo BillKoene recently fetphed me and! John Henry four twists of mighty good, oId tobacco, mostly me presume, as John is in other parts and said tobacco is hero In my draw' ers, in my desk. Heg Hartford, Casebier ', says Vojsteadlcally sneaking, is too 'darn dry to 'raise expectoration In. And with a, cracked and parched groan which appeared to orlglnato at a point far 'below bis neart J. 1.' Goo'd- man seconded, tho motion and moved to. muku It uuaulmous. i J. ' J. ' Magisterial W. C7 District No. 7. , N. LOGSDON. W. TAYLOR. ' For Magistrate, f (District No. 1) J. P. McCOY .Hartford Route S. Upper East Hart3. A. DOLING ford. ' DAUGHERTY. Attest: W. C. BLANKENSHIP. Clerk Ohio County Court. m ' For Circuit Clerk: FRANK BLACK Hartford R, 2. V. A. MATTHEWS FordsVlllo. 0. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. (District No. W. C. KNOTT 2 Centertown. FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. (District No. 3) N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs O. E. SCOTT Prentiss. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. "IIEItnERT" iuuuii h' ? A'v Mr. and M.rs. J. P. Casebier.' Mr. Wilson and family woro and.Irs, E. IS. liirkhead, Messrs. Cal Mr. Joo 1R "'jjuosts Suuday of Mr. Wllson'B broth- - P. Keown. E."G. Barrasa. Worth Tich- J", nr .Tnmos Wilson and 'family of near onor and Alfred Stewart, o. Harl-., F. Paradiso. ,. ford, attended the Children's Day Ex ' ercises at M(. Carmel, near Huford, ;V. M. Hockor, of Sunday. . HZ Mr. and Mrs. Corbln, arespcndlng tho week with v, Since tho consolidation pf, tho two " ' their daughter, Mrs, Oscar Bishop Companies, tho work 'of puj. operator Bishop. Mr. .!';,. In order to give Is groatly increased, 4t ' and : .if "iV . ' .returned to her bettor service we will norenfter ret Miss Gorin Flener . you to call by hnmber.'. ,V'j- , home near Cromwell-- Monday, aftef quire Co.' &, spending sevorai days horVwlth rela7 . Farmers'- - Mutual Telephone Mgr. 4t3 , . J. R.CASEBIEll! k.)UV tlves and frIouds.;J famlly ' r i M . - , j Vi Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Miller were WINSON SMITH Select. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Skinner, W. S. DEAN Dundee. Sunday, R. R. WEDDING Hartford. Misses Vlrgie Mno and NJna Bur-dottMessrs. Walker Haynes and For County Attorney. Joe Howo spent Sunday at Tar OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. Springs. Miss Elizabeth Houso visited Miss 'for Sheriff. Mattie Barnett Sunday aftornoon. GEORGE P. JONES Deda. Mrs. Mary Rearden was the guest G. A. RALPH Hartfords of relatives In Owonsboro last week. B, O. RHOADS Bartlatt. Dr. Denham Jonas was tho guest ot Hartford. CAL. P. KEOWN Maxwell Chambers Sunday. CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. The neighborhood Is saddened by CICERO CROWDER Select. tho death of little James Everett Mc- T. II. BLACK Hartford. Daniel, ago 4 yoars. While playing MALEN' D. HEPLIN Coutortown. With some little boys Sunday morning ho was accidontly struck by a baso ball bat, from which Injury ho died Mrsw Blno Cooper Is visiting Mr. Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. R. m'.- Miller. Miss Lucllo MUllgan is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers went i Elena MUllgan. tb Whltosvlllo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Durdette spent Miss Alma Uurdetto was the guest Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Abo Howe. of her Bister, Mrs. ilomer Coriey, last e,. MACK COOK For County Jddgc: Hartford. (District No. 4.) J. W. CHEEK ' Asklps. No. 5 (Dlstiict JAMES W. GRAY Hartford R. S, District No. 6.) J. A. EDGE Dundee. MACK MAnTIN Sulphur Springs. (Distrcit No. 7.) J. WAlfTER TAYLOR Crom-sreM. , J. N. LOGSDON Roslna For Constable. (District No. 7.) II. II. BASIIAM Roslno. wcok. Mr. Dewey Huff has bought a new truck., Kev. Chlsm will fill his regular ar- J polntmcnt at Panther Creek Saturday alio Sunday. . .t I ' CHEST OF ARAB KING DEPLETED Dcflrrtlnti of IMlRraiiw ""'"ll WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS iBiaaHH EVERSHARP PENCILS Mown PiiIh Drill In Aralilmi Kcluinr. Elkndlrl, envoy from Hussion I, Kins of tho Arabians, la In Japan. Sheik Illkadlrl Is n Jlohamniednn, and it is the cause of religion, not politics ho mentioned this fact first as If to relieve himself of any stigma that brings him to tho cities of China and custom ago-ol- d of Mohnmmedans from all parts of tho world to visit the sacred city of Mohammed onco every year that brought tho Sholk to Toklo, Mohammedans, of whom there nro 60,000,-00- 0 in China and 30,000,000 in Russia, be they tho poorest or tho richest, fool that they have not fulfilled their obligation as to the "Great Prophet" unless they journey at least once durto Mecca. The ing their lifetime wealthy Mohammedan, as Is known, often makes the trip once every year, tho time for tho pilgrimage being arranged so that tho city of Mecca is reached in August. Wars In China and revolutions In Russia have made It Impossible for the Mohammedan to make his pilgrimage to the city, the symbolic clgn of which Is the Crescent. 'It was no uncommon thing," said Sheik Elkadirl in Tohio recently, "before the Great War, for 300,000 Mohammedans to fill the city of Mecca each August. In 1913 there were 250,000 and in 1914 there were 300,-00During the years of the war there were never more than 15,000 and last year during tho month of .August 17,000 came. Arabia Needs the Money What particularly concerns tho king of tho Arabians, or rather tho king of Hejas, the only Independent section of Arabia, is the matter of relieving Mohammedans who are unable to obtain passports annually from Japan and Russia. Tho annual visits of the pilgrams to Mecca are the chief source of income to the town. Each pilgram niust bring a pound to tho king, representing $5, and It can be seen that In the days when 300,000 of these pilgrams visited the city of Mecca, it was more profitable to the king and to the country than today, when 15,000 are able to get there. "Wars in China and revolutions In Russia, added to the natural fear of governments that dangerous characters might be applying for passports, have made It almost imposlble for Mohammedans from China and from Russia to get started homo for tho annual visit to tho city of Mohammed. It is necessary for them to start In May if they are to reach Mecca in Augusti and so, while we hope to have arrangements made for passports this year, we doubt very much if wo will be able to get the arrangements made by this year." Asked regarding Mohammedans in Japan, Sheik Elkadlri said that there were none, but that his object in coming here was to arrange for his countrymen to leave by Japanese 0. Hy DITKB N. PAIlilY, In Louisville Herald.) Toklo, Juno 15. To nlcnd cause of a deserted Mecca, Sholk , the Sid-dl- k School Books Our line of School Boots and School Supplies is the largest and most complete in Ohio county. Save time and worry by calling on us first. Japan. It Is regarding the Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" EASTMAN KODAKS Beaver Dam, Ky. LLOYD GEORGE WILL COME TO l S. l'OK CONFERENCE London, July 12. It Is officially confirmed that Premier Lloyd George has decided to go to Washington to attend the conference on disarmament, to which President Harding has Invited tho leading powers of tho world. In his visit tho premier will gratify deslro to establish a pera long-fe- lt sonal contact with leading Americans He has been ason their own soil. sumed by Ambassador Sir Auckland Gtddes that he will re.elve the wannest kind of welcome from Americans who admire him for his war leadership. At the headquarters of the South African delegation to the Dominion conference It was learned that Premier Jan Smuts has been invited by the United States 'administration to participate In the conference. He Is unable to give his final answer until he ascertains whether his presenco a. is shortly to be required in South At-rk- CHOCOLATES ON ICE because our money is so much more .expensive than thlrs, ?e will bo less and less disposed to hold aloof from such practical working plan." lazy, you need Herblne is tho the same extent and that none bears any flved relation to the other. Because our money is tho best in the world it has been held 'that we could not afford to become partners In any International banking with countries whose money was of lower standard, "But," he added, "as wo reho said discrimination other nations alize the aro "compelled o exercise against us MAKING HOLTS AND NUTS soviet government RUST-PROO- nnd sent out for- F aging parties for food. CommunIntfl on the outside came to their aid with supplies, and bolshevik agents helped in their organization, i Every Woman Wants 1 If you feel "blue," "No acqount", a good cleaning out. purpose. :ones up tho stomach and purifies the bowels. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. o right thing for that It stimulates tho liver, , KAYETTE SCHOOL SHORTAGE DENIED year. Both Premiers Smuts and Hughes are anxious to throw their personal influence on the side of limitation of The question has arisen armaments. as to whether the preliminary confer ence will be held in London before the delegates adjourn to meet at Washthe superintendent's failure to pre ington. serve all checks and tho manner in which tho books and records have been kept. FOR FLETCHER'S A special examiner, the report says o went to Inspect the affairs of the board recognized and complimented SHE WAS UNCONCERNED made by the county the progres-schopls. "In this we heartily agree and "I shall have to ask you for a tho old board on its attain ticket for that boy, ma'am. ment while in office." "I guess not." . "He's too old to travel free. Ho occupies a whole se.u ai.'l the car's Stmimet' Complain In Children. crowded. There aro people standThere is not anything like so many deaths from this disease now as be- ing." parts. "I can't help that." fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diarmt "I haven't time to argue this matRemedy came Into such generrhoea Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ter, ma'am. You'll have to pay for al use. When this remedy is given JBtth LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they tsannot reach the seat of the disease. with castor oil as directed and prop- that boy." InCatarrh Is a local disease, greatly "I've never paid for him yet." fluenced by constitutional conditions, and er care is taken as to diet, It is safe got to begin doing it "You've In order to cure It you must take an to say that fully ninety-nin- e out of internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medisometime." Mr. cine is taken internally and acts thru every hundred cases recover. tho "Not this time, anyway." the blood on the mucous surfaces or. was V. G. Campbell of Butler, Tenn., says nyitem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine "Well, you'll pay for that boy, physicians prescribed by one of the best "I have used Chamberlain's Colic and in this country for years. It is comknown, Diarrhoea Remedy for summer com- ma'am, or I'll stop the train and put posed of some of the best tonics combined with some of the best blood plaint in children. It Is far ahead him off." perfect combination of ruriners. The In "All right; put him off if you think Hall's Catarrh Meditlie ingredients of anything I have ever used for this cine Is what produces such wonderful that's tho way to get anything out m results In catarrhal conditions Send for purpose." testimonials, free. of me." y. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O. "You ought to know what the rule All Druggists, 75c. A HARE FACT Hall's Family Pills for constipation. of this road is, ma'am. How old is that boy?" "Oh, Dob, you'vo let In a lot of Two ladles gay met a boy one day; "I don't know. I never saw him His legs were briar scratched. Hies!" before." His clothes were blue, but a get after them dear." Lexington, Ky., July 16. Declaring that 'no shortage exists in the funds of the Fayette County School Board and suggesting that Dr. Gilbert Bailey, chairman of the recently elected school board, resign, the re port of tho Fayette County grand ju ry, in dealing with the affairs of the board .says the affairs of the old board wore handled Intelligently. That the old board and Mrs. Faul- coner, the county school superinten dent, in particular, has, been suspected of a shortage In the Bchool funds of over $100,000 is a "ridiculous statement on the face of it," is tho declaration of tho board. The grand Jury severely criticizes A thin coating of shellac Is an efprotection for bolts fective anti-ruand nuts. It is particularly useful The subfor autos and machinery. stance will salso prevent a nut from turning and will reduce tho annoyance of loose and rattling parts. Both nut and bolt should bo dipped in thin fehellac. After being put In place with tho nut tightened tho holt should have a little additional shellac applied to its end. This treatment will not only prevent rusting but will allow the nut to bu taken off more easily. As a gencrnl rjtle It Is very hard small parts. Sometimes to rust-prothey are coated with grease or gri phite but this soon we.irs off and tho rust continues to accumulate. Somo forms of paint aro frequently used but these too arc not rcrmnntnt protection. Tho shellac coating is expected to overcome this. st m TO KIND CALVIN'S GRAVE I John Calvin tho great religious reformer nnd autocrat, died at Geneva In 1564 after a rather stormy life but the public never knew where he wa It was a rather usual thing burled. In those days for a mans' body to bo dug up, his head severed and stuck on a pole, provided nn enemy faction got control of things after his death. TJint is probably the reason for Calvin's secret burial. A man who claims announced at to bo a descendant Geneva that tho burial place of the great man is a secret kept In the family but that he had 'decided to re- veal tl.e place to church officials. HOOF AND MOU'III DlhEASL SERUM to the will bo Immune Cattle dread hoof and mouth disease if a nnu unrtifii wlilpli lina tnuf linnn itla- covcrcd liu's up to Its claim. Pro-- 1 feasors Vnllee and Carre of tho Al-- j fiirlville arrlciltiiral research laboratory in France aro said to havo made tho discovery. Tho French government has shown its interest in the matter by undertaking experiments to prove the value of tho scrum, n SMALLEST WORKING TURBINE N. Dak., Hlllsboro, man has constructed what is declared to be tho smallest working turbine In the world. The diameter of tho machine over all Is .0048 Inch about half the diameter of tho head of an ordlnar pin. Tho machine consists of eight parts, encased in gold. It is kept in a glass covered case to protect It from moisture which would interfere with its operation. It cannot bo run by steam as that is too heavy. With compressed air, however, It works fine, running at a high rate of speed. A FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douche ttopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydut E. Finkham Med. Co, for ten year. A healing wonJer for natnl catarrh, lore throat and (ore eve Economical. Hal eitracwtGriary rTrarmna and l"-r- r. ... ... . I?.... (n. .11 J l. q.i..ThgPalloftToflrtCompaPT. .matl. 'sSJMrrmmti.nh-jnr.iTntvmimiL- Dottja. Mtaa. ..l ly i' It lfU. ikiri$l,&s wtssn u .pWaRfin J nn &fl HUr b Jy . Succeed wnen everything else fails. In ncr.our. prostration arid female cnknesse they arc the supreme remedy, at thousanus have testified. F.OR ICIDNiEY.LIVERAND It is assumed that tho conference earlier than October or November, and It is declared to be doubtful that the Australian and South African premiers will be able to defer their return to their respective countries until the end of the will be not JAPANESE PRINCE IS RECEIVED AT VATICAN Rome, July 16. Crown Prince Hirohlte, of Japan, after visiting tho principal historical churches Friday morning, called at tho Vatican In the' afternoon and had a cordial interview with Pope Boncdict, with whom ho exchanged presents. Tho crown princo told the pontiff that Emperor YoshlhRo had entrusted him with tho mission of conveying to tho pope his greetings and wishes for a long and prosperous reign. Pope Benedict replied that ho was much gratified by the cordial expressions. Later, on behalf of tho pontiff, Cardinal Gasparri, papal secretary of state, made a return visit to tho crown princo In Altleri palace. STOMACH TROUBLE BSX"OfCSJ.ruiaaaf it is the best medicine ever cold over a druggls 's counter. M a" LiAa L? mmmmmmVraL. sA Mothers use WT T ) ftes v j I Children Cry lur we umunrn Fashioned A Safe Old C ermiiiree .F 2J Jf r CASTORIA con-ratula- te In every homo where there Is a baby there should also bo a bottle of McGeo's Baby Elixir. It may be needed at any time to correct sour stomach, wind colic, dlarrhoa or sum mer complaint. It Is a wholesome Remedy for Worms Seventy. five yean ia the best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle alwaya on hand. It will help keep the Iitde onea healthy contin-uouauie (ri 1 Jftl S3 remedy, contains no opium, morphine or injurious drug of any kind. Price STOPS LEAK IN CONCRETE TANKS 35c and 60c per bottle. Sold by in Ohio County Drug Co. Leaks in concrete water tanks muy be stopped, we are told, by filling the DISABLED SOLDIERS HOLDING PALACE tank with water and then sprinkling bran around tho walls. The bran When the ministry of labor decid and water form a sort of thick gluo ed to close the palaco of tho former which sinks and is drawn to the ro f tbo watct kaiser in tho suburbs of Berlin which leaks. TU) was used as a hospital for wounded packs it tightly in the openings. soldiers tho soldiers decided not to Tanks treated In this way hnve rewatertight for a get out. The government took away mained perfectly tho medical staff, the nurses and ev year. Similar methods aro used for en the linen but tho soldiers still stopping leaks in auto cooling sysheld out. They organized a sort of tems, but Unseed meal is then used. pi-su- and happy. I 30c a bottle at your drug giet'e or general atore; or il your dealer tt can't aupplyyou, tend Kia nam nd'30c in ataropa and we'll eeod you a bottle promptly. ntET. UiEmt, UL LIS. m e " WILL YOU. TAKE OUR ffcSf GERMINAL ' REMEDY A Treitnunl WEAK iMlf FOR.ONE USELIV-VER-LA- X for LUNGS ot CONSUMPTION n IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY MX n Marked tho place where his pants EXPRESS MEN'S WAGES CUT were patched. They bubbled with Joy at the blue-eye- d Chicago, July 12. Tho Railroad "JIow do you know?" boy Labor Board today ordered wages of "They made a dash for tho mirror hue: With his spot of employes of the American Railway the first thing." Boston Transcript. "Why didn't you patch with a color Express Company reduced six cents to match," nn hour, beginning August 1st. Humbler Coniplulnt Quickly Relieved Thoy chuckled, "why not In blue? No reduction of express rates is "About two years ago when sufferboy, contemplated at this time as a result ing from a severe attack of summer Come don't bo coy, my blue-eye- d Speak out," and they laughed with of tho wago cut, express company ofcomplaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic gloe. ficials said, it is estimated that an And Diarrhoea Remedy and It relievwhile he proximately $8,000,000 will bo sliced me almost Instantly," writes Mrs. And bo blushed rose-re- d bashfully said: ed off tbo annual labor bill of th' Henry Jowett, Clark Mills, N. Y. "That ain't no patch; that's mo!" company employes between seventy This Is an excellent remedy for colic thousand National Tribune. thousand and seventy-flv- e and diarrhoea and should be kept at workers by every family. in hand PRAISES JEWS' WORK . . MONETARY STANDARD URGED NOTICE In a Fourth qt July messago to the In an. address beforo tho annual Hebrew Immigration Aid Society, All persons having claims against -- convention of New York state bank- President Harding indorsed their Americanization work. He' 'said he the estate of Marvin Hoover, deceasers at, Atlantic City, Comptroller of present same, properly tho Treasury Crlsslnger adovcated an was Impressed by their slogan: 'Pray ed, will please city in which yo dwell, for proven, to me at my residence, near International monetary standard for for the Bottling trado balances between na- In its welfare ye will find your wel- Beda, Ky., or to A. D. Kirk, Attorney 60 days from tions of tbo world as a means of In- fare." "I trust It will induce the im- Hartford, Ky., within exports of the United migrants to promptly and wholeheart- this date. creasing the Ep SHOWN, .States. He pointed out that no two edly become Amorlcan citizens," ho Executor. systems bav depreciated to said. Tjaoaey -nut-bro- "I'll "You'll never kill them all." "Well, I'll kill those three, anyway they're females." nut-bro- SLIPPING? hue m leellnr. A quick relict (or that tired, courbi, palm la chett, nlfhl twtale. brmor. rhiffi, weak (unci or cooiumptloo. II It doaa aalaalp yaa It caata you aalalai. Lock box etf OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUn NTH a. Uterestiag Experience of a Texai Lady Who Declares That if More Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . the following Interest- just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading 1 ing account of how she recovered her ilrength, having realized that she was decided 1 had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui ictually losing her health: "Health. U IbVjttsf'.tNng in the and began it . a "In a very short.while after I began the world, and when you feel that gradually Home Treatment 1 saw an Imslipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui noticed That is what J. did provement and it wasn't long until I was op and take lometimie ago when I found myself in, a all right good appetite, splendid rest, condition of and much stronger so that I easily did my very nervous, run-dohousework. health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless "Later I took a bottle of Cardui a; a hardly go at all. I could tonic lean recommend Cardui and glad"1 was Just no account for work. 1 ly do so, for If more women knew, it would get a bucket of water and would would save a great deal of worry and feel so weak I would have to set it down sickness." 1 felt like I could Hit it to the shelf. Mfore The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol In this condition, of course, to do even other women who have found Cardui almost im helpful should convince you that it is my housework was a task possible to accomplish. 1 worth trying. All druggists sell it. .m "1 was . . . sttProuflaWtl say Navasota, Texas. of this place, relates For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. -- t (A , '! Itetrtcnt'aU'tfie'tlme.' Don't lay! from work for days by taking calomet keeps yott when pleasant Lit- - Vr-I- u on your feet, while relieving your tnrubi k.' Safer too, and easy to tike. Donlt take anything else, xou can't afforj it. Eliminates pqirsons, cleanses tys ural remedy, natural In iu actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. It wlU won't be long before- ie.W-L- u - tern and'relievea constipation., A nat- uw. completely displace calomel In ever bome. Children can take it freely km "with perfect safety. Every bottle 50c and $1 in bottk& Nobs m emlne without the likeness and Btgatav ware of I K. Grkeby. For sale guas-antee- d. by WORK OF CONGRESS EXPLAINED BY FESS n budget act which became law June lnrh, besides a doflciency npproprla-- t Ion net, the military appropriation net and tho nnval appropriation net. The latter two hills nleo took, a deTin Iff mill Tax IMallon Only I '.in risive step In economy by reducing nttcwpt.s To llcvUi Vlrtlias HiiiiimI 'utisr,s Officer To M'titrli Or TiiU ('ndt'Hiihrii tho Army to 11)0,000, n troinondous n Men liy Republican. reduction from Secretary Ilakor'n recommendation for nn Army of 570,-00The nnval hill also wrote Into Hy KARL- L. SHAITI1. .lime 16.- - tlnwt law the rciiiest tliat'the country load (Louiivllle Herald) Is wnrk.iig out '.V. Kreatot re- In tho work of disarmament by seek cr r ("notion lobloiii u ll. hlitory ing nn agreement Chicago. JiilylG. Shorlff Potors, with tho loading naif Mm United tiile8 In tiii'l oy Chnlr-im- n val powers of tho earth, of this county, Is determined that the Simeon L. Kemi, of :ho Nnlii'iinl The critical situation In Huropo on in on ho hnngs horoaftor will stay 11 r"ilpan CVi)Kremlnni CmniiilttPo, I the delny of definite determination of hanged. I In In .1 stntomcnt issued today. the German Indeinntty whero Franco That's why ho kept armed guards u I was threatening to enforce tho treaty Hetldlng Tariff legislation absorbs tho time liy n military Invasion Gormnny coun- over tho bodlos of Ornvor C. and Oscar McOavIck, negroes, aftor of tho sosulnu tlmt enacts It. Prom seled discreet action to convince y thoy hnd been cut down and protho ilny of tho piiMage of (he that this country expected tho nounced dond. 1)111 it was known tlmt It vanquished to pay hor ohllgatlons. "I'm not taking any chances," ho would have to Iib repealed. Mefuro This was not only to he Inferred hy explnlncd. "A young follow that I tho year tlmt saw Its patHingo wns our International conduct, hut also banged rccontly enmo near cheating ended, general stagnation nnjl paraly our specific instructions to Kuropc. doath after wo had turned tho hody sis of 'onterpilsn with an army of unPonce declarations ware somewhat over to bin frlontK Honafter when I employment was upon us. The delayed, duo to koiiio differences be- hang a man he's going to stay liangi War nlonu saved tho spuncor? tween tho two houses of Congress ed." hy operating ns the upon from defeat, tho precise form it should take, The young fellow ho referred to most effective protection possible. lmt hnvo now been passed. was Nicholas Vlnnn, a choir boy, who reWhon the Republicans were The system of federal aid to was hanged last winter. Tho story turned to iiowcr, tho Comuiltteo on Is enlarged and a mainteof efforts to rcvlvo him wero reveal-o- il Ways at once, oven lieforo nance provision has been added, for tho first tlmo by tho sheriff. Hurtling wan Inaugurated, begun to Komcdlal legislation for tho disdead, of He was pronounced hold hearings upon the question. An abled In the war has been onactcd, strangulation fourtcon minutes nftcr scon i these wero completed the such as improved facilities for hostho drop. Friends removed tho body emergency tariff net was brought pitalisation and rehabilitation of in- to nn ambulance. A surgeon and a the 1 mi se and In duo tiiwe, valided soldiers. Tho Sweet hill to waiting In tho vehicle. paHHcd the Sennte. It wan defeated reorganize and concontratc tho ngen- - nurse were Quickly they stripped tho clothes hy u Presidential veto from Wilson. eos of soldier rollef has passed the from tho still warm body and rubbed oi iinriiing House. Aiicr ice inaiigurniion it with liniment and wrapped it in It this measure was reintroduced. nemodlal legislation on behalf of was broadened somewhat so sih to agriculture has boon advanced thru warm blankets. Tltey hurried to nn undertaker protect our Industries hy aid of an OI10 ,,r.mch of Congress: rhop. A wnrm slab was waiting. A g clause. It passed the j. commission to Investigate and pulmoter was hnstlly adjusted. SkillHouse April IGth and the Senato May roI)nr, ,, criclli,Ilr.,i .....iitinni.. ed hospital attaches manned tho oxy11 lb In amended form. It was agreed 2. Tho Farmers' Cooperntivo As- gon pump. to In conference and approved by sociation rights now in conference. Frionds stood around and hoped President Harding .May 27th. .1. . Tho regulation of the gambling ng.ilust hope. For an hour the surIn the meantime, the committee transactions in grain. one time tho body worked upon the permanent tariff i The Packer bill now in conference. geons worked. At showed signs of coming to life The hill, having submitted separate scheThe authority of. the Farm Loan "picked up." But dules to subcommittees. After weeks Hank to oxteud longer credit for ag- heart actually something halted the resuscitation. of the most continuous and arduous riculture. "We have verified this story," said labor the full committee has complct- Uomedial deglslatlon for Industrial tho sheriff. "I hnvo also lenrncd ed the final draft. Tho measure will rehabilitation: that a man who was executed in the most of July for Its considreiiulro 1. Transportation .Winslow bill. East was t.itually revived by his eration In the House when it will go 2. Telephone consolidation. friends. to the Senate anil bo referred to tho Mobilizing tjio business talent 3. "I kept an armed gurrd for one Finance Commltteo, which will open of the country to assist in tho soluMio hearings upon it. While this com- tion In tho work of Industrial recon- hour ovr 'he two nrroes. At o:id of tUat tlmo I lot their relatives mltteo is conducting these hearings struction. take tho uodli-- " tho Ways anil Means Committee will i. Various conferences held In Rcddltu' am', McGavick were hang tnko up the other pressing questions. Washington, representing various aned for tho muid'T n.' Robert L. Rose, ques- gles Tho chief and of this problem. a sailor, In the 'Abyssinian" riot last tion for Congress Is the revision of The aggressive work of the summer. tho tax system. The Senate Finance ' Joint Commission created Iteilding was a would be Napolcor EIGHT l'OR PROHIBITION Committee conducted hearing on this lor the p.irpo'.o of reorganization of who wanted to establish a negro em- SLKE question during tho month of May. tho government departments hero In a parade Tho House will opun hearings soon Washington is nn example of the pire In Africa. He aingud is movement The temperance among after the tariff hill gets thru the manner in which the administration in Chicago to nrouso .interest sweeping India accompanied with It ended in House. It Is expected these hearings is dealing with tho problems of re-- the peoplo of his rate-at many places. In Bombay i will ho completed, the hill drafted and construction on the basis of economic tho riot. and the leading cities of tho West .McOavIck wai his "Lesser Prince" passed thru the House by tho time government service. and efficient n saloons are picketed, and In one town the Senato completes Its hearings on Readjustment is always difficult, but uho wanted to he a .ield marshal tho temperance people offer a glass tho empire. the tariff questions. never so much so as today when we two men seemed to be hardly of milk to everyone who cornea to The Tho success of any taxation system Indian ministers nro correcting the evils of the won ablo to comprehend what was going purchaso liquor. dopends upon tho business condition sproo of governmental disintegration on. They looked timidly and me- control tho excise system, and the of tho country. Where business is workers demand that chanically around after mounting the temperance stagnant tax receipts fell off. Tho in history. They hoped to tho last they refund tho money bid at auction scaffold. amount of tax therefore must depend that somo remaining influenco of for liquor license and close the sa largely upon tho amount of business their vanished ompiro would savo I transacted. them. Tariff legislation Is designed to For Infants and Children m promote the business condition of tho NOTICE In Use For Over Years coilntry. It looks to the protection policy that enables tho fullest lnves-me- n Always bears Reguthe Ohio County of American cnpltnl In the best Signature of &&; Orders term, May 2nd, Court: 1921. lar employment of American labor, upon Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. Prea scale of wage to Insure and mainsiding. tain an American standard of living. WAR SMOKE VEKV In boundary of West At the same time it providers revenue SIMPLE RUT EFFECTIVE In Ueaver Dam and Taylor Mine vot for tho expenses of the government. The amount of revenue from this Smoke screens wero successfully ing prtclnctJ: ThLi day uiuio L. A. Steo:i.i, E. F source under tl(o present law was used to mask troop and ship moveI5"udcr, R I'. Coleman, Hao.l Hani-sin- . 1337,000,000 this year. Under tho ments In the World war. Their Tom F.fnder and othe-- s being proposed law It should reach at least had been a closely guarded selegal voters! Ir. West Beavor Dam, and $500,000,000. ct ot until tho government rccontly Logically It was decided that tariff mado publis the surprisingly simple Tayhpr Mines voting precincts, and legislation should come first. composition of smoke clouds employ- moved the court to hav- ihi boundar(1) it would offer a basis for tax, ed by our forces. Tho following Is a ies of said precincts changed, and the (2) It always interrupts business, ropresentativo formula, though pro- court being sufficiently advised, and on tho being personally advised of tho netho sooner It Is enacted the sooner portions varied depending method of attack and tho form ot cessity of said change, sustained tho business w,lll settle (3) Tariff rollef can begin nt container employed: Zinc 35.4 parts, motion ot said applicants, and it is once, tax relief will take effect noxt carbon tetrachloride 41.6 parts, so- now ordered and adjudged by tho year. dium chlorate 9.3 parts, ammonium court that tho dividing lino dividing is. cholorldo 5.4 parts and magnesium said precincts be changed, and that This chnractor of legislation tho lines when changed shall be as moro difficult than In any period of carbonate 8.3 parts. Tho smoke screens were tho results follows: tho past. Tho condition of Europe The boundary lino of West Deavor Foreign of experimental work conducted by complicates tho problom. exchango, due largely to an almost the chemical warfare service at the Dam and Taylor Mines voting prehopeless money inflation whore gold Amorlcan university experiment sta- cincts is changed and established, so the ob to include all of the farms now us u basis lies been abandoned for tion in Washington. There moro paper, makes tariff legislation smoko was graded according to tho owned and occupied by L. A. Stevens, upon a scientific basis almost impos- "T. O. II.," or "total obscuring pow- E. F. Render, Tom Render, R. P. sible. How to frame tho law to pro- er," In rotation o an electric light Coleman and Mrs. Dlanton Harrison, tect our own industries from coun- placed in its midst. The most popu- In West Beaver Dam voting precinct, tries, like Germany, paying lar material was tho "II. M." mixture and tho lino of Taylor Mine voting what we pay for labor, and still not that originated with tho U, S. bureau nrppinct is changed so as to exclude interfere with those countries In their of mines but was later perfected by all of the Bald farms from said prestrunclo to get on their feet la new tho service. Had the war continued, cinct. It Is further ordered and adjudged In tariff legislation. the making of smo'ko screens would The draft bt u bill containing nearly hnvo developed into a fine art. It by the court, that the name and numone thousand paragraphs, and sevoral was oven proposed to launch smoko ber and tho voting place In each prethousand items, nearly p. thousand of attacks from tho air but the close cinct remain tho same as thoy are thorn never considered In any previous ot tho war halted experiments In that now, and that, hereafter all elections hold In and for Ohio County, Ky., tariff measure since they were de- direction. ol tho voters residing on the farms veloped horo while tho war ombargo When you feel lazy, out ot sorts abovo mentioned be permitted to voto was on, and many of theso Items In volving acuto difforoncos, cannot be and yawn a good deal In the daytime, In said West Beavor Dam voting mudo without time-- to mature tho you can charge it to a torpid liver precinct, No. 14. MACK COOK. J. O. C. C. draft, While tho Ways and Means which has allowed tho system to get Jlerblno cures all A Copy Attest: Commltteo has been' busy every day full of Impurities. V. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. on this" draft, the Congress has boon disorders produced by an Inactive losing no time In Its work of recon- liver. It strengthens that organ, " struction. Already it has enacted a cleanses the. bowels and puts the most salutary Immigration act which system In good healthy condition. FOR FLETCHER'S became law May 19th; emergency Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug m net wlilc'li became law May 27; Company. tariff Clil-lhm0. I Ocr-can' i ' road-liiilldlng lie-fo- re 1 CHICAGO SHERIFF GUARDS DEAD MEN 444444444,44444444444 UaLL are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAG Ac, IN STOCK. If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. . ' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED t t t HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Con-grssio- vlo-lon- co CASTOR 30 loons. "Pussyfoot" Johnson, the Tho question ot the Income tax, Amorlcan temperance worker, is duo property tax, transfer tax and Carneto arrive In August, at which time an gie's renslon fund tax will Involve-somdelay In settlement. These total intensive drive Is to bo made. tcxes are estimated to amount tc CARNEGIE'S ESTATE IN COURT about $1,800,000. The peasion fund mentioned provides annuities of $10,-00- 0 Appraisers of the estate of Andrew for William H. Taft, Tromier DaCarnegie have valued, it at nearly vid Lloyd George of England, and 9 $26,000,000. Mr. Carnegie gave "Viscount Morely. Annuities of $5,-0away $360,000,000 during the latter include Mrs. Tneodore Roosevelt part ot his life, and had tho estate remained intact it would have been and Mrs. Preston, widow of Grover one of the largest ever administered. ',.eveland. ' 0p A na-tu- ro This hos wasf a i92i model LA6T MONTH, on WITH I a bet. OF A familiar. AND DELICIOUS ft ft ft THE boys up home. IN smell , - SPENT a night tho old. HOUSE; WHICH TIPPED mo off SO I ALONE savo tho ghost. HAUNTED THE HORSE laugh, AND SAID "Ed. ft ft AND WHEN I heard. t MOfNS AND groans.) I'SAlD "Tho Wind." AND TRIED to sloop., I YOU FAT guys. MAKE BUM ghosts, ft ft ft v ft ft BUT BEFORE you fade, ft HEARD rapplngs. i LEAVE WITH mo ono, AND SAID "Rats." AND ROLLED over. OF YOUR clgarettos, THEY SATISFY.' THEN I heard stopj spicy, delicious aroma tobaccos, both Turkish and Domestic, makc3 you almost hungry for tho "satisfy-smoke.- " And there isn't a ghost of a chance you'll ever find its equal nnjhero for the Chesterfield blend is an exclusive blend. It can't bo copied. AND IN the light. OF A dying moon. A I THAT ono-slx- th WHITE spook rose. WA8N'T scared ft Children Cry yw4gp CAc sterfield CIGARETTES Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. .. much. OUT DIDN'T feel like. 8TARTING ANYTHING. ft ft DUT THEN I caught, JUST A faint whiff. Have you AIR-TIGH- ittn www T tin the new of SO? CASTO R'A " I. - r - - -- - -- 1 1 m I mm c mj jf?Kfs wa 7q A .fiL e cf f Wft raneci to ecliose all other efforts at price making, and we invite the Diiblic to studv carefully, all prices quoted below and be convinced thai to visit this sale and select there- ffrfcim all fJap.ir wank will mean to them the .greatest monev savinsr event mev have ever had. We invite you early ana ortea, as every item m our large store will foe specially priced for you. m ifft .PiRri imniTiir iwinnnair ra v avm aiUflJiJMS 9jf AV & e ma 1 h fl .bbbhv aea.r An" aa c w mil -- 1 ww nami nav . n - 1 a I tf-- m COAT SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS .$25.00 5540.00 Ladies' Suits 22.00 S35.00 Ladies' Suits 14.00 S25.C0 Ladies' Suits 14.00 , 25.00 Ladies' Coats 7.50 ol 1.00 Ladies' Coats . . . .' 4.00 7.00 Ladies' Coats Dresses 8.50 .$14.00 Ladies' Tricolette $12.50 Ladies' Crepe de Chine 7.50 Dresses .?26.00 Ladies' Serge Dresses . . 16.00 S19.00 Ladies' Serge Dresses. . . 13.00 8 7.25 Ladies' Serge Skirts . . . 4.50 4.00 $ 5.00 Men's Rain Coats i 8.00 Men's Rain Coats 6.00 4.00 7.00 Ladies' Rain Coats .311.00 Ladies' Silk Sweaters . . 8.00 S 5.00 Ladies' Silk Sweaters. . . 3.00 UNDERSKIRTS $5.00 Sjlk Underskirts 5.00 Silk Underskirts $6.50 Silk Underskirts 4.00 Silk Underskirts $3.00 Sateen Underskirts $2.75 Sateen Underskirts .$1.25 Sateen Underskirts .. .. READY-.TO-WEA- R WASH $3.50 4.00 4.50 '. '. $1.50 Muslin Underskirts LADIES' WAISTS $12.00 Georgette Blouse S10.00 Georgette Blouse $5.50 Georgette Waists $5.00 Georgette Waists .$5.00 3.00 2.00 1.75 .90 1.00 Waists $2.00 White Voile Waists $1.50 White Voile Waists $2.00 Colored Voile Waists Crepe-de-Chine .. $8.50 7.00 4.00 3.50 . 3.50 1.25 .1.00 GARMENTS $1.50 $2.50 Middy Blouse 1.25 $2.25 Middy Blouse 1.00 Middy Blouse $1.50 1.75 $2.50 Ladies' Night Gowns 1.50 Gowns $2.25 Ladies' Night 1.10 $1.50 Ladies' Night Gowns 2.25 Night Gowns $3.00 Ladies' 2.50 $3.50 Ladies' Silk Teddies 2.75 Ladies' Silk Teddies $3.75 2.00 $3.00 Ladies' Silk Teddies 75 $1 .00 Corset Covers 1.25 $2.00 Silk Corset Covers 2.50 Silk Vests $3.50 $3.75 Ladies' Gingham Dresses. . 2.75 $3.00 Ladies' Gingham Dresses . . 2.50 $2.60 Ladies' Eercale Dresses . . . 2.00 1.50 $2.00 Ladies' Percale Dresses $3.00 Misses' Gingham Dresses.. 2.25 $2.75 Misses' Gingham Dresses . . "2.00 $1.50 Misses' Gingham Dresses . . 1.00 $4.50 Misses' Gingham Dresses . 3.00 3.50 $4.50 Misses' Middy Suits 4.25' $6.00 Misses' Middy Suits 1.25 Ladies' Aprons $1.75 75 $1.00 Ladies' Aprons 1.25 Rompers $2.00 1.50 $2.25 Rompers 1.00 $1.50 Rompers Kimonas',- 3.00 $4.00 2.25 $3.00 Kimonas . . . .' 1.75 $2.25 Kimonas .x. . . . 1.00 $1.50 Kimonas WOOLEN DRESS GOODS ETC. $3.25 per yd. Plaid Skirt Goods. . .$2.25 .90 per yd Plaid Skirt Goods . . .60 .75 per yd. Plaid Skirt Goods . . .50 2.25 $3.00 per yd. Serge Serge 2.00 $2.75 per yd 1.75 $2.50 per yd. Serge 1.C0 per yd Serge $2.25 1.50 $2.00 per yd. Serge 1.25 per yd. Serge $1.80 1.25 $1.75 per yd. Serge 1.00 per yd. Serge $1.50 .50 .75 per yd. Poplin Cloth : 50 .75 per yd. Cotton Suiting .60 per yd. Cotton Suiting . . . . .40 .35 per yd. Cotton Suiting. . . .'. .25 GINGHAMS, CHEVIOTS ETC. 15c 20c Gingham , 15c '20c Percale 15c 20c Cheviot Hope Bleach .. 12Vc Domestic . .' 1xte t $1.00 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $2.00 Ties $1.50 Ties $1.00 Ties .65 Ties .50 Ties .40 Ties SHIRTS AND TIES Work Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts Dress Shirts l HATS AND CAPS 75 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.00 90 1.25 1.00 75 , . 45 .35 25 15 Men's Panama Hats Men's Panama Hats Men's Straw Hats Men's Straw Hats Men's Straw Hats' .$2.50 Men's Straw Hats T $1.50 Men's Straw Hats $3.50 Caps $3.00 Caps $2.50 Caps $2.'00 Caps $1.50 Caps $1.00 Caps .50 Caps . $6.00 $5.00 $3.50 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $6.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 Hats Hats Hats Boys' Hats Boys' Hats Boys' Hats r $4.00 3.50 2.50 1.75 1.50 1.Q0 4.00 3.00 2.75 2.00 2.00 1.75 . 1.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 .25 Ties .FANCY LAWNS & VOILES S1.50 Voiles .75 Voiles .65 Voiles 60 Voiles .30 Lawn .25 Lawn .30 Black Lawn $34.00 Rugs $12.50 Rugs $ 7.50 Pvugs $ G.00 Rugs $1.00 50 45 35 '. . .20 20 20 $25.00 8.50 5.00 4.-0- 0 1.50 1.00 75 35 HOSIERY $1.50 Half Hose $1.10 $1.25 Half Hose 1.00 .75 Half Hose 50 .50 Half Hose 40 $4.50 Silk Hose 3.50 $3.25 Silk Hose 2.50 $2.50 Silk Hose 1.75 . . . . . . . . 1.50 $2.00 Silk Hose $1.75 Silk Hose 1.25 $1.50 Silk Hose 1.00 $1.00 Silk Hose 50 .75 Silk Hose 50 .70 Misses' Hose 60 .65 Misses' Hose 55 .60 Misses' Hose :45 .45 Misses' Hose 35 " .35 Misses' Hose 25 .40 Misses' Hose .30 o .25 Misses' Hose .20 Misses' Hose 15 TRUNKS AND BAGS $15!oo $19.00 Trunks $13.00 Trunks 9.50 $10.00 Trunks 8.00 $ 7.50 Trunks 5.50 . 18.50 Bags : 12.00 $18.00 Bags 11.50 $11.00 Bags '. . 8.00 $10.00 Bags 7.50 $ 8.00 Bags 6.00 $ 3.75 Suit Case 2.75 $ 2.50 Suit Case 1.50 $ 2.25 Suit Case' 1.40 PANTS AND OVERALLS ' '. Overalls $2.00 $1.25 Overalls $1.75 1.25 $1.00 Overalls 75 .90 Overalls ,. . 70 $2.75 Work Pants . . . 2.00 $2.50 Knee Pants 2,00 $2.00 Knee Pants 1.50 $1.15 Knee Pants ... 75 '. .- -- . RUGS WHITE GOODS $2.25 per yd. Table Linen $2.00 per yd. Table Linen $1.75 per vd Table Linen $1.50 per vd. Table Linen $1.25 per yd. Table Linen $1.50 per vd. Irish Linen $1.35 per yd. Skirting $1.25 per yd. Skirting 7 $1.25 per yd. Serge per yd. Organdy $1.25 .75 per yd. Beauty Silk .50 per yd. Beauty Silk .75 per yd. Waisting .60 per yd Waisting .75 per yd. Voile .50 per yd. Voile .80 per yd. Flaxon :60 per yd. Flaxon .75 per yd. Flaxon .60 per yd. Soiesette . . , .60 per yd. Batiste . . ., .50 per yd Dimity .30 per yd. Pique .40 per yd. Indian Head .30 per yd. Indian Head .60 per yd. Crepe .50 per yd. Crepe .50 per yd. Nainsook .40 per yd. Nainsook .25 per yd India Linen . . .25 per yd. Long Cloth $1.50 1.45 1.25 1.10 90 1.00 90 85 85 85 . .50 35 50 1.25 E, GEORGETTE S2.00 $1.65 $1.50 $1.00 $2.00 CREPE, CREPE-DE-CHINPOPLINS ETC. " . .. per yd. Silk in all colors . . .$1.50 per yd. Silk in all colors . . 1.40 1.15 per yd. Silk Chiffon .75 per yd. Poplin in all colors Ciepe-i.ur jd. Georgette '. . 1.50 all colors $2.00 per yd. Crepe de Chine in all n colors $1.00 peryd. Crepe Meteor $3.00 per yd. Woolen Poplin $2.75 per yd. Shirting Silk $1.75 per yd. Shirting Silk .75 per yd. Shirting Silk S1.50 per yd. Pongee Silk .75 per yd. Shilling Madras .75 per yd. Colored Poplin .75 per yd. Colored Soisettc $1.50 per yd. Blue Linen 1.50 75 2.00 2.00 1.00 , 45 50 35 60 .45 50 .45 .45 35' 20 . ' . 50 ... . . 1.10 .60 50 .50 1.10 .30 20 45 .35 35 30 20 20 1 fft 1 IS? w 3V Hi K.i 13 II M W &4 SE 1' "Ilk IT vm rk. tMa VkUH ummw tS 'i23 (kiszi(&za yum lmu Hk McHENRY , KENTUCKY. WctaiLTllTl .i M