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FRIDAY, Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 5 C HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 29, 1921. while the BUDGET PLAN SAVES traffic, which is Intor-stat- e, Itobsloii hill would nccommodato tnu BIG SUM TO STATE per cent, which la other nlnty-elgintra-stat- e, and eventually afford a ROAD BILL SELFISH system that would at tho samo timo Frankfort, Ky July 25. At the he local market roads and continental closo of the flscnl year, JuHo HO, 1921 In Its extent." the first under'tho budget system, tho Garrett Says Commission county agent si. l. net floating Indebtedness of tho Stato StaSeeks Welfare Of MrCRACKEN TO LEAVE had been reduced $714,071.28, not te's System. counting $140,000 duo from the Fed- M. L. SicCrackon, County Agent, orai Government on Fcdc.-skal- d road has roslgned his position nnd nccopt - Work, nccordlng to Gov. Edwin P. 25. "It od a position with tho L. & N. It. It. Morrow. Jul Frankfurt, Tho debt June 30, 1920, at this would lio u broach of faith toward Company, In tho Immigration nnd Inhundreds of thousands of persons dustrial Department. Ho will as- closo of tho Administration's first scattered the length and breadth of sume his now duties August tho llfth. yoar,, wait $3,735,147.93. June 30, Mr. McCracken has served Ohio this yonr, it was $3,011,376.71. Tho . Kentucky, for tho State- - Highway or Farm Governor snld in a statoment tonight CoiitniiHalim not to support tho Hob- County as County Agent Gnr-rct- t. Demonstrator during tho past two that in addition to the outstanding Aid Illll." sion I'Mlerul ears, nnd his service wirrants of $2,339,591.33, when the of tho commission, and one-ha- lf chairman jR.ild in a stntemont glvon out horoihas been conscientious and faithful, Administration camo in, thoro were today, taking cognizance of Albert resulting In much goo.1 to tho ngrl- - (outstanding unaudited claims o f$l., Terstegg'B assertion that tho commis- cultural and stock producing Inter- - no'3,::ao.01 which had accrued nnd sion in for the continuation of tl)o osts of our County, nnd his 'going for which warrants had, to be issued during the first half yoar of lib term present plan becauao It "wanto to from our midst Is to be regretted. a nnd that had it not boen for these, keep tho prcstlgo of. powor." ItOMIA LAKE tho net indebtedness of the CommonThe Kentucky delegation in Conwealth wquld havo boon but ? 1,5 gress Is a unit for tha Hohslon bill, Mr. Honda Lako died at his home Juno'30. Senator Richard 1'. EriiHt, In a lettor, G of Hartmiles north-eaThe total saving to the Stato tho received by .loo S. Hoggs, State High- about way Engincor, today, said: "It Is my ford, Monday afternoon of this week,- fl. i yenr of the budget system, ho typhoid nnd npa complication Intention to support the Dobslon bill of llnttfu .iff... of llltinao nf nn said, actually was $2,153,510.21 ....... n.i " "" in Addition to a surplus In scores of countios lo- "Porsons Funeral services wore conduct-froover expenditures of $S54,-07- 1. catod along the Ohio Klwr Itonrt ort h hl9 ,,astr' 2S for the yoar, but took caro of Paducah to Louisville; the Mid- 8 ted by Kevs. IK. Fu.,ua and It. T $1,299.46S.93 by which expenditures land Trail, running oast and W08t Run Baptist "Iar at tho Clear being buried in hnd exceeded receipts for tho fiscal (ho center of tho State; the thru - Church, the remains year, 1919-192Dlxlo Highway In tho eastern secCfe.netory point, on the tlon; tho Jackson Highway, north, tIlu following, at that presence In tho ofa rilOP CONDITIONS .nn.or'n.,,1 n,llny .t .,.., .i.,,, gathoring offrlcnds and rela- WOHST IN YEARS Dixie Beo Lino nnd Central Itouto lrgo Itivos. in Western Kentucky, to uioution on years Crop conditions in this, immediate ly the most nmhltious projects om- -i . "Sir. Lake was 24 ... ., and 14 days , ... ii, i.iu.t."' " ""5 """ " vicinity and covering a large portion braced In tho adopted Federal aid;"1 Eand rolla- - of Ohio County are, perhaps, tho - Church' .scheme, havo voted bond Issue and!'M' subscription to mcoti"0' aml no,d '" nlRh fteom b' Ihli worst during the past several years. ralsod money by .. ,"any friends nnd acquaintances. m ,. Conditions aro duo to protracted dry .......... ...... , I sides his wifo and child ho is survlvweathor. Only one rain of any con-- I Further V. S. Aid Awaited. ,.-.- .. . " "Tho work is completed in some C(l n,s ,aulcr an" n,ol,ur' 'ur; """ sequencO has fallen 'since the early counties, undor way In othors nnd. Airs. William uukb ami uireu sisiurs ,lays of June, that of the first of last week, yet tho earth was so parched awaiting further Federal actions In nml thrc0 urotl,er8- a '0Ul'R m that but little ovldenco of tho rain others These people put up tholrl Tho ecease money with tho understanding that memuoroi mo wasuingiim iwii noticablo a few days thereafter. young Small sections havo been favored iho work was to bo nrosecutcd to and was very popular with tho completion, that the roands they woro I)coP'0 with periodical showers, oven good financing would 'get somewhere.' rains have fallen occasionally, hold hoys' and girls' lug corn and other crops in condition "This commission would bo In a JUDGING CONTEST to make a. fair yield, , provided future liccqinlng attitude, wouldn't It, If wo aro received at proper times. should lndorso n plan to turn over At least thirty counties will bo rains A scope of country around Hartto a national commission authority ropresonted in tho Doys' and Girls' Prento abandon tho plan and apply Livestock Judging Contest to bo held ford, and tho Select, Cromwell, Federal appropriations to grand at the Stato Fair, for which the prizes tiss and Beaver Dam sections has trunk lines across tho continent leav totaling $300 havo boen offered by been hard hit. It is said that a ing uiuau iu'uiuj " ,l,o T.milHvllIn TJvn tnck Excbrtnee. largo area around Cromwell will not have put money Into tho system with Iloro c0ntles aro likely to enter with- - niako as much corn as was planted oniy uroKen sections oi improveu . t ,. nnv. . v. wnota nf.pnriiini? t w by the farmers. Meadows and other HVIrua II1U 1V WI crops maturing prior to this date highway leading to their county lines M. L. Hall, npst. .w.. club u...0 stato leader, no outlet? with having aro almost total failures. Potatoes to tho effect information "Tho Federal aid system agreed on been sent by Mr. Hall to W. S. Dell, in inumerablo Instances havo failed by tho Federal and Stato highway presldont of the Exchange, yestorday. to return scd planted. "nuthorltfcs, embraces tho major trunk Interest In tho .contest has bon lines of tho Stato highway system steadily Increasing, according to Mr. GEIt.MAN WAlt DEATHS NUSUIEK 1,702,308 adopted by tho General Assonibly. Hall, who has been following tho eliThat It Is popular Is shown by the mination contest now undor way in Heiiln, July 25. Germany lost way counties in all parts of tho Stato many of tho counties for the selec308 men killed and 4,246,874 havo been meeting tho Federal appro- tion of tho contestants for tho Stato vounded from 1914 to 1918, accordpriations. atFair event.-- ' Great Importance Is the, "It Is tho kind of Federal aid for tached to this even at tho Stato Fair ing to a revised compilation a rural Stato its great- as it is to be an annual event foster- German casualties during tho war. In addition 200,0,00 men are reest longth oast and west nnd Its prin- ed by tho r.oulsvlllo Livestock Excipal rallrnadns and navigablo rivers change and tho winner of tho State ported missing. Losses In the navy which are inrunning north and south, and" broken Fair contest willreprescnt the stato across by mountain ranges, through In tho Junior Judging contpsts to bo cluded in tho casualties given above, which as yet no railroad has cxtend-e- d. hold at tho International Livestock wero 34.25G men" killed and 31.0&5 vwounded. Exhibition each year. . Would Deelop Slate. Tho boys and girls competing so far ""It will develop tho country and is havo shown unusual alertness and ex- HEN JOHNSON GOES beginning to glvo outlets from tho cellence In their preliminary contests. FOlt GUN, PHESUSIAHLY to tho markets. Many of tho boys and girls havo boen remoto counties Eventually It will effect tho 8amo,re- - at tho sumer cnmps.whero they have In a tilt between a witness, Chas. suit as tho iTownsnd measure, tho i,n,i Rnrinl tralnlnc In tho art of A. llraun and Congressman Don John 'ends of tho projects in each Statd MudBlne. Newspapors thruout tho1 son, of the 4th Kentucky District, in linking up to projects in adjoining fstato havo been devoting considerable tho Bergdoll Draft Evasion Invest!-- 1 ' Ispaco to the preparations for tho cation before tho Congressional Com States. "Hut first It will givo into stato and 'stat0 Fair ovont because of tho cduca-- , niltteo, Washington, D. C, wherein local reliof, nnd that is what wo aro tlonal valuo to tho tuturo farmors llraun called Johnson a liar after having been twice told by Johnson after primarily. of this form of competition. "Now, as to who is supporting tho that ho was not telling tho truth, llobsion Bill, let mo glvo some facts HEV1VAL AT SIIINKLE Jlr. Johnson arose, went to his hip CHAPEL IN PHOOHESS pocket and started for llraun. It is about tho Houso of opresentatives, which passed it 200 to 77. presuuiqd'thnt tho Congressman was A rovlval meeting was begun, nt preparing to shoot "Senator, Chnrleit E. Townsond, when ho was spoiiHor for tho Federal Commission Shlnklo Chapel M. E. Church, noar caught and ntopped by others pres- bill, Is from ' Michigan, yet tho Beda, lst Tuesday. Tho nieoting Is ont. -!Michigan delegation m tho Houso being conducted by ItQV. II. W. oxcept ono voted for tho Hohslon tho Pastor, assisted by the MEN WANTED. 11111. Hav. Boyd Browning, pastor of Both-M. 15. Chinch, ne,ar Bowling Greon. "Or tho Bovontysoven ndyorso votos I want to ontru,ct for clearing tho wero Two services aro being hold each day, on the Hobsion bill, fifty-eigright of way on Hoy Muffot Ditch as p. in. New York, Massachusetts andint 3 and from a wholo or in sections. WJ11 glvo other New England Sttitos; sovonteon each person whoso laud tho dltoh VISITING IN TENNESSEE Texnns, who also woro against wero goes throiiGh preforonco on this . i tho Townsend bill; ono was from Ohio Hov. T. T. Frazlor, pastor of tho work. Will pay by aero. Any ono opposes nny Federal aid, and I nnd wanting to do any of this work, bid doubt If tho Townsond bill would Hartford St. E. Church S , ajjd Mrs. Fivzdir and tholr daughter, Loulbo, on amount that you dcolro and will votes in tho Houso. get n dozen conalUor hid on any amount from "Tho Federal Hlghwuy Depart- loft Monday for CiarUsvlMt, Tenii,, to ment, nearly all tho State Highway vhoro they will spend 12 or 10 days ono ncro to nil of It. Also doslro in The contract for coal to cut this ditch Hev. Fruzior's pirenM Commissions and tho Amoiican Fedr with quantitlos, or as a wholo, and will oration of Farm Duronus aro actively Frazlers motored through and on will be accompanied by recolvo bids for any amount from tholr return supporting the Hobsion Bill. wholo amount. In conclusion let me state that the their c'nee other children, who hav3 2,000 bushels t L. E. MOHIUS, Loon 'Milting in Tenneswe during tin Townsond blll would accommodate Owensboro, Ky. 5tl about two per cent of tho highway ps.t few weeks. ht KIrktJ.! Hooker Williams, J.; W.'O. HAROING ELECTION OFFICERS GhTS FARM Ward, S.; J. B. Wilson, C. FOR AUGUST PRIMARY No. 36, Sunnydnle A. F. MIdklff, Officer Who Served Last Fall lies. Wlicrocr Eligible; Few New Appointees. iKimtcri K, - j 10 st be-ca- tno, '"""""' m "; " The Ohio County Board of Election preCommissioners has appointed cinct officers to conduct! tho August primary election, nnd In the majority of Instances fteslgnated those officers who served in tho regular election of last fall, appointing new officers only In cases where vacancies occurred b reason of death, removal or Ineligibility. Followings is tho list: No. 1. East Hartford E. P. Barnard, Judge; I,osll5" Combs, Judge; S. O. Keown, Sheriff; C. M. Crowe, Clerk. No. 2, West Hartford S. T. Bar-ne- tt, J; J. E. Bean, J; Elijah Hobert-son.'S- .; Glenn Tinsley, C. No. 3, Beda W. H. Carson, J; Estill Bonnott, J.; O. It. Tinsley, S.; Dudloy Westerflold, C. A. No. 4, Sulphur Springs W. MIdklff, J.; Alox Boswell. J.; Ab Wostorfield, S.; B. F. Be'an, C. No. 5, Magan C. D. Taul, J.; J. C. Magan, J.; Tom Medcalf, S.; Lee J.; Albert Cox, J.; Almond Duke, 3.; J a in oh Davis, C. No. 37, Pond' Run J. II. Miles, J.; A. H. Ross, J.; W. II. SInddox, S.; Norton Hunley, C. No. 38, Taylor SUnes O. B. Jones, J.; E. F. Render, J.; Rowan Greer, S.; Richard Baker, C. No. 39, South Fordsvllle D. N. Howard, J.; Shelby Ford, J.; W. II.' Park, S.; A. E. Smith, C. No. 40. South Roslne Warren Loach, J.; It. H. Raines. J.; W. W. Hntlor, S.; Ben II. Slorris, C. No. 41, South Centertdwn W. P. Ashby, J.; H. H. Bean, J.; Jesso Hill, S.; Edgar Calv.ort, C. o-o- LOAN ON QUICK MOVE Bill Up To Grant One quest Of President's Message. Re- - i NORTH-SIDE , SINGING CONVENTION SUNDAY e, ,, 0. ti. ' lnstr'us 's t.,ii ........ S.; Shorman Taylor, 'c L. No. 7, Cool Springs dames Moore. J.-- ; J. N. Borryman, J.; Q. M. Benton, S.; II. Whitescarver, C. No 8, North Bockport J T. Carter, J.; Alladore Brown, J.; Rodney' Held, S; E. C. Woodburn. C. Hockport Albert 9. South No. Key, J.; S. O. Maples, J.; Hay Her-re- l, S.; Jnmes S. Danks, C. No. 10, S;lect E. B. Finley, J.; C. W. Ranney, J.; James Hatler, S.; , v Mi'lliir, C. G. Cromwell No. Silas L. Stevens. .!.; Ike Coopor, J.; Wnrren Taylor, Tho North-SidOhio Cqunty Singing Convention will convene at Sit. Hornion, near Beda, next Sunday, y July 31, in an session. A large crowd Is expected as well as a large number of choirs and a pleasant and profitable meeting" is looked forward to. As usual thoso attending will bring tholr lunch baskets and dinner will bo served on the grounds in tho nice grovo surrounding tho church. all-da- t Bi YOUNG MAN SUFFERS FRACTURED LEG Franklin McCormick, tho eleven-ye- ar I J''wa3 J , fu-tu- ro """'c -- W. I.Lankford, C. 11, Horso Branch No. Crowder, J.; P. H. Alford, J.; G. J. hip.' Christian, S.; G. J Hoover, C C E. Raley, RESOLUTIONS No 12, North Roslne J.; T. A. Ragland, J.; Andrew AlMRS. ANNIE F. ford, S.; L. L..Embry, C. No. 13, Ea3t Beaver Dam Ben God in his wisdom has Whoreas: Reed, J.; Will B. Taylor, J.; J. B. seen fit to remove from our Society Dlankenshlp, S.; Horace Taylor, C. C. P. a worthy member, Sirs. Annio F. No. 14, West Beaver Dam on the Hodges, J.; Frank Barnes, J.;. Otho Ward, wifo of W. G. Ward 24th day of May, 1921. After funerS.; George W. Keown, C. Dexter, by Rev. H. W. A. SI. Smith, J.; al services conducted No. 15, McIIenry Wesley Chapel, remains E. F. Render, J.; Sam James, S.; Ad- Landreth at were laid to re3t in the Carson Ceme-tor- y, rian Wilson, C. Slay 26th. No. North Centcrtowu S. IP. Resolved 1st: That our Society Render, J.; II. A. Ashby, J.; Alvln has loat one of its most earnest workC. M. - old son of Sir. B. F. SlcConnick of Nocreek, sustained a fractured leg yesterday when he was thrown from a blind mare. Tho mare, which the young fellow was riding, became frightened when sho stepped into a Jollow Jackets nest, ran off with him and fell intoa,s!x foot ditch. Franklin was thrown from tho mare's back, from which fall his left leg was x Miles broken, midway between his knee and ' FOR WARD 1, Ro.3. "t O. T. Kittin-ge- r, No. 17. Smallhous W. SI. Addington, J.; A. L. J.; France, S.; Ross Morton, C. C. W. No. 18, East Fordsvlllo Wedding. J.; Ira Hale, J.; J. D. Cooper, S.; B. F, Rice, C. W. F. No. 19, West Fordsvllle Keown, J; A L. Knott, J.; Jeff S.; R. O. Neel, C.' No. 20, Aetnavillo J. A. Bellamy, S.;0. Bishop, good and ers and our community true neighbor and the home a kind ' Whlt-tlnghi- ll, y, J.; J. J. Sillier, J.; AV111 Haynes, S; Wilbur Phillips, C. N'o. 21, Shrove C. T. Whlttinghlll, J.; John Robinson, J.; Rufus Do well, S.; Oscar Petty, C. No. 22. Ola'ton J. E, Sl'illcr, j.; Henry Felix, J.; Joo Smith, S.; SI. S. Patterson, C. C. D. Hudson, J.; No. 23, Buford C. B. Cundirf, J.; R. D. Bartlett, S.; , Forest Boll, C. No. 24, Bartletts Ed Daniel, J.; Ben W. Taylor, J.; J. R. Weller, S.; Roy Mitchell, C. U. S. Condlt; J. No. 25, Heflln It. P. Cox, .J.; L. B. Shaver, S.; J. A'. Foster, C. No. 20, Coralvo H. T. Sladdox, J.; D. R. Hekdey, J.; Alvis Fulkorcon, S.; J. H. Wood, C. No. 27, Point Pleasant-Theodo- ro Hill, J.; J. N. Nail, J.; Nat Llndloy, on-ti- ro Lan-drot- li, el ht S.; A. HlTichcnor. C. No. 28 Narrows J. T Petty, Jt J. 11. Renfrow, J.; O. L. Shultz S; C. C. Curtor, C. No 29. Itnlpli J. A. Greer, J.; W. PURDUE PRESIDENT KILLED; F. Howard, J.; John Raymond, S.; FIND WIFE ALIVE IN CREVICE D D. Moseley, C. Calgary, Alta., July 26. Tho body No. 30, Prentiss Clnrenco Den- of W. E. Stono, president of Purduo and devoted wifo and mother. Second: That In tho going away of our dear sister wo deeply feel our loss, yet wo know our loss is her gain. Her testimonies were clear and aha had tho blessed assurance that 3he had a building not made with hands eternal in tho Heavens. We will miss her but her memory will bo precious to us and a lifo long reminder of tho powor of Christ to purify the soul and preserve it unto life eternal. Wo pray that God's richest blessings may ever rest on tho bereaved vfamliy aiuT that wo all may bo permitted ' to meet where parting will be no mors. Third: That we extend to tho family our sincere oympatliy and say to tho husband, daughter and nephew to trust In her God and llvo so that when tho death angol calls for your nplrlt you can go to that land whore oho ha3 gono and be with her forover. Fourth: That thoso resolutions bo recorded or. tho Secretary's book and a copy bo sent to the bereaved family. Lndlan' Aid Society, Wesloy Chapol M. E. Church, Nocrcok. Sirs. L. SI. WARD, Mrs. LULU WORNICA, Sirs. D. E. WARD. Committee. nis, J.; John Qoopor, J.; Odle S.; SI. SJ. Tato, C. No, 31, Herbert Grnnt Slldkift. J,; J. U. Bruner, J.; Abe Howo, K.; L. J. Taylor, C. No. 32, Arnold J. O. Albin, J.; O. B. Howell, J.; J. W. Arnold, S.; Claronco Arnold, C. No. 33, Render Milton Park. J.; John Stewart, J.; Chester Loney, 3.; Claud Slyers, C. No. 34, Simmons Lon Day, J.; J. L. Southard, J,; Harrison Crowe, S,; Cortcz Brown, C. No. 35, North Hartford A. D. Hur-K0H- 8, Unlvorslty, Lafnyotto, Ind., who disappeared July 15 from tho Walking Tour Camp at the foot of Siount has Won found at (jio but-ton vory deep precipice. of Sirs. Stone, wifo of Dr. Stone,, has been found alive at the toot of a soventeon-foo- t crevico, according to word received hero tonight. qi Washington, July 2G. Partial response was niado Immediately by Congress today to a special message from Presldont Harding requesting that powers of tho Wat Finance Corporation bo broadened tj tako chargo of fundi.115 upward of iiUrt,t00,00H of ra'.tvad dobts and' to provida additional farm credits. Tho President in his message, transmitted by messenger, declared the government was "morally and legally bound" to fund tho railroad debts and was under "an impelling moral obligation" to provldo agricultural credits. Tho Fjat stop toward meeting tho second of the two requests provison for additional farm credits had in. reality been taken in tho Senate before tho presidential message was read. Senator Kellogg, Republican, Sllnncsota, Introduced a bill, drafted by Secretary of Commerce Hooyjr and Director Sleyer of tho War Finance Corporation, and said to have tho approval of tho President, as a substitute for tho pending Norris bill to- -' c;eata a $100,000,000 farm export corporation. Tho bill as Introduced embraced the President's suggestions to empower tho War Finance Corporation Instead of a now federal corporation, as provided in tho Norris bill, to advance credits for agricultural exports. Hus Simple Remedy. Tho Prosldent'a message dealt particularly with railroad financing the proposal that tho War Finance Corporation take charge of' funding the railroads' debts to the government would cause "no added expense no added liability, no added tax burden." The President described tho proposal as "a simple remedy," contemplating receipt and disposition by tho corporation of "ample scurl-tis- " deposited by tho railroads. The message was referred by to its interstate commerce-commltte- , but Chairman Cummins, la ill health, was out of the city and, when tho railroad legislation would bo taken up was in doubt. Leaders, however, expected action within tho next fortnight, Several senators, opposing any semblance of further gov-- s eminent advances to tho carriers, stated privately that they would tight tho legislation. Kellogg said that tho bill .. Senator drafted by Secretary Hoover and Director Sleyers had the approval of It would tho Treaaufy Department. authorize ctxensions of credits to producers or their associations, exporters and also to bankers for agricultural export purposes. Besides the flnanco corporation's capital ?t $500,-000,0a revolving fund it would be authorized to Issue $1,000,000,000 In bonds. Champions of the Norris bill, bow-ove- r, lf, contlnuctl their fight In Its but with amendments mndo today by tho, agriculture committee to meet objections raised. The amendments would ellmlnato provisions said to give tho proposed corporation powor to buy and sell farm products. Tho commltteo also reduced tho bond issue authorization from $1,000,000,000 to $500,000,000. Senator Norris, Republican? Nebraska, criticized the manner in which tho Kollogg substliuto had been brought forward. Ho ' argod that It wa prepared "secretly" and that Senator Kellogg had "advanco infoririatlon" denied to coinlnlttoo mombors and other sonators until it was road In tho Senate today. td Republican leaders generally that tho Kellogg measure would be substituted for tho Norris, bill disposition of the committee members and othors to stand by tho Norris plan. Tho committee amendments and tho Kellogg and other euh'btltutee aro to be taken up in tho Senate tomorrow, with disposal of tho legislation this wook predicted. and-declarethe-Senat00 bo-haed pro-dlode-sp- lto Sir. and Mrs. Clarence Iglehcart who had boen in Loulsvillo with their baby, undor troatmont for a serious illness, have rcturnod ' homo. The child Is well on th road to recovery. j The Revival meeting held at Gosh-o- :i SI. C. Church S., by Rev. T. T. Frazlor, Pastor, awslstod by Rev. W. S. Bucknor of Heaver Dam, was brought to fl' closo last Saturday night. Despite tho unusuul warm voather tho moating was well attended and much good accomplished. NOW TAP AIR TO GET MUSIC Radio Amateurs Enjoy "ConcorJ of Sweet Music Sounds" From 60 Miles Away. CONCERTS A BILLIONS Stupendous FOR ARMS MOWS IT CAN BE . , Sums Spent by the Five Great Powers. . DEPENDED UPON j ' t If Evenly Divided People of United States, Great Britain, Italy and Frarce Would Pay 552 Each. New York. Figures compiled by the New York World from the States, nun's Year Itook mid otfier appropriations of the llc great powers for uilli-turand naval purposes u the year 11120 nlniii! readied a total of $lti,H2.-LTil.lO- l, a sum only about $2,000,000.-OOmore than the total for the whole fourteen years before the war. Thjs means that If the expense were exenly divided the people of Oral Itrltaln, France, Italy, Japan and the United Slnlcs(:il0,li(7,72:i souls) would linxe tto pay $.r2 each for the military costs year. The burden, of u single post-wa- r however, Is not divided evenly: more s than of that stupendous total belongs to us I The appropriations of the United States for at liniments in tli.it jeur total Si:i,lS7.:i(W.-- I III, or nearly four times us much III one year as the appropriations used tohe In fourteen je.irsj The explanation, of course, Is that n large proportion of these thliteen billions went for expense, connected witli the demobilization of our army In I'urope, as the statistics In many cases reach baik Into lllll). Never- theless. our arniauient bill for 11)20 wns$i:s,0OO.UOO,00O, as against onlv nliout three Millions for the other four y 0 three-fourth- Akron Man Restored By Tanlac Year Ago SaVS He's Felt Fine Since Here's: wW CAMEL. fcare W V the quality cigarette BECAUSE "Tanlac will certainly do the work wo put the utmost quality into this for It set mo right moro than a year ago and I have been In the host of Camels arc as good as it's pos'J pM'"! IlP health over slnco," said Edward J. sible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of Development of Radio Equipment Has Hates, 807 Amherst St. Akron, Ohio. i n Broucht Price of Apparatus Down "I was all and under the fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. Wire and Broom Handle woather beforo I got hold of Tanlac Enough for Aerial. ne explained, .xiy nppouto was pracNothing is too good for Camels. 'And bear this tically gono nnd nothing tasted in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the New Ydrk. linphP development of right. My nerves were all on edgo j tlio rndln telephone lins made possible I was , nnd I could not half sleep. best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done for thousands of persons In Now York constipated anil had to bo taking . nnd other parts of the country fulfill-iiiesimply for show. something all tho time-- fur that as of Lot.gfolloxv'.s prophecy tlint, well a3 my other troubles. Of morn- "the night shall he tilled with music." the Take the Camel package for instance. Ings I felt so weak and fagged out I Kntorprlsing amateur wireless opermost perfect packing science can devise to procould hardly make It off to work. ators 11s well as many commercial stak TURKISH DOMESTIC tions, now put out through the ulr nnd nil thru the day It seemed like 1 Jy 11LEND fresh. Heavy paper floARrTTr it &VA tect cigarettes and keep them each night concerts created by attach-In- g j would give clear out? to sending sets phonographs mid secure foil wrapping revenue stamp to seal "Uut It's a fact Tanlac flxea mc player pianos. Others, more enterup In less than a month's time. Why, But the fold and make the package air-tigh- t. prising, sing or play the vlollr. mid I was surprised nt tho way I coia .1 other Instruments for the benefit of there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no Improving. My appetite monced nil who will "listen In." came hack and I started picking up Approximately one-hathe amateurs extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. in the New York district are licensed, in weight and Just simply felt hotter permitting them to send. The others all round. All my troubles soon left ' Such things do not improve the smoke any more are content with iccelxing sets. and Tanlac built me up so well that Receiving Apparatus Cheap. to this day I have been feeling fine. than premiums or coupons. And remember you Development of the radio equipment I am all the time recommending TanllllU llitntt llnf it tilhliilln.il Mil....! must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality. .. w.s:i, ;;: lac to somo of my friends, for I know p. ' ",",.'--; ." : 'fmiii in; ril I llll 11 103 Inhabitants of the Culted States it Is a medicine that can be depended i't you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest xory few dollars tlio prices range upare paying or will have to pay a suin on." wind In accordance with the equipone entirely free which. If evenly distributed, would cigarette you can ment. compel every man, hoiu.iii and child Chamberlain's Colic anil Diarrhoea (rent stretches of aerials are no from cigarctty aftertaste, $12-1- . jffT pire'ctly or IndiRemedy. longer necessary. A few feet of wire, to part wltli rectly, by Immediate' taxation or by looped over the end of a broom and This medicino always wins the good Camels for you. hung out over the lire escape, and a payment of Increased prices to cover opinion if not the pralso of those who taxation of those who dispense comground wire attached to a radiator uso it. Try It when you have need or water pipe answer. Some do not modities, this ey will, to some ex- of such a remedy. m tent, reach eeti the most impecunious even call on the family broom, but mm citizen. attach a wire to the spring of a lied v. s. ki.aj. A striking comparison was made or a couch and excellent results folby Dr. H. I!. Itosa of the United low. At Hamilton, Ontnrio, a youth tri- - i On n recent evening one amateur States Bureau of Standards, in a statement setting forth results of his od' to pull down an American flag , residing In New York city heard sown xari-- j which was hung in front of the Am- concerts at one time coming from dis- lesoni cites regarding the cost of He did not sue-- 1 tances varying from two to ICO miles, oils acthitles. The lax now levied on crlcan consulate. j lly means of 'tuners" thee concerts tobacco, cigars and cigarettes alone. ceed In his purpose but one corner ' were easily sepnVntod so that each he said, would pay all the running ex- -' of the flag was torn off. The mayo r govern-- j one stood out clear mid dlstli.ct from penscr. of the United States nient, were it not for armaments, wars, of tho city sent the consul a prompt the others as desired. and their aftermath. Of all the money letter of regret for tho action. wl-a35Music From Sixty Miles. . r a per R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winiton-S.IerThe Press club of Jackson Heights, spent by the government, 07.S1provl-- , cent goes to pay for lecent and n suburban residential district of New York, recently featured a radiophone oils war.s; 25.02 per cent goes for the FOR FLETCHER'S limning expenses of the army and demonstration at a meeting of the ' navy, fm while the remaining 7.17 per cent members. P.y the aid of "loud ' speaker" the members were enabled pays for all other functions of the urjiii- - it g or ur.usu.it It has aln n.. Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved ! MONDELL RAPS BANKER with its thousand paragraphs to dance from ! p. in. until midnight government. "While I realize that no one who beat so A complete tariff rum a ' "About two years ago when suffer-- j Tl PONfiRF1 to music which came in from arying DFFPiVKF has not hnd practical epeilenco as Is a stupendous task This t'onB'rc-- i Ing from a severe attack of summer In a medley dance the distances. to the very great amount of research, has progressed with the task s far complaint, I took Chamberlain's Colic ; members of, the club starter! with a Tell of Savages Who Use jSays Law makers, llae made ttecord examination, ctudy and consultation as rapidly as any Congress In my waltz, played at Woodshle, Long nnil lltnrrhnnn Tlnnmrlv nnrt It rpMov- . ..- j Skins to Purchase Wives o Unexcelled In Country's necessary to reach an agreement with recollection- - more rapidly than in five miles away: swung into a ed me almost Instantly," writes Mrs!j History. t. regard to any one of hundreds of most Instance. Tho samo commute 0 played at Itiighton Reach, 15 Henry Jewett1, Clark Mills, N. Y. New York. Tales of headmiles distant; to a which paragraphs nffectlng rates, methods which rovlsos the tariff deals with ... n.l Tl la In n nvnnllnnt IVIIIUU t fnm LUUl. hunting savages who worship 1113 13 Ull CALtllUUb 1U1 ,.lt came from Pater-on- , X. J., :t5 miles Washington, July 23. That this Is of administration and policy can ful- revenue legislation. Manlfstly tho the devil mil spend their lives and diarrhoea and should he kept at away, then back to a eiaariat- gathering wild animal skins to m a "do big things Congress" and not ly appreciate tho time and effort re- two matters cannot bo considered at hand by every family. lag from a phonograph about sixty a "do nothing Congress" and that It quired, I am quite .suro that any one tho same time by the samo people, use In purchasing wives were miles up state. At 10 o'clock all told by George K. Cherrls, fum-oil- s is making a record unsurpassed in the at all familiar xvlth business and nor xvould It bo practical to havo two . watches were set by the time signals t explorer, and Harold Anhistory of national legislation is .de- legislative affairs must realize that separate bodies considering theso Inwhich were seat out from the United thony of the American museum j clared by Representative Frank V. the tlmo which was consumed in the timately related mattere. States navy station at Arlington, Vn. of natural history, who returned Mondell, of Wyoming tho Republican preparation of this measure was neSo numerous have their ninaturs he-- ' "Ilorotoforc, Congress, having met from .southern Ecuador. More majority leader of the House, In a cessary nnd cssontlal to a careful for tho consideration of tariff roi-slocome and so united their Interests by than 3,000 specimens of tare being nble to talk with each other at i letter In reply to another addressed study, survey and discussion of the has genorally stood In recess birds were and mammals will thnt they formed an association. By JONATHAN BRACE to him by J. W. Harrlman. the Nexv great number of Important features during the period of tariff preparabrought back by the explorers, They held a convention nt n New York York banker, who is a Democrat. The! with legard to which thoro xvaj tion In the committee. This Congrc i who spent eight months in the XIX INDIANA hotel. They exhibited not only their j giound for dlffeicnco of opinion. wildest and least explored forest Mondell letter follows: has remained constantly in session. latest possessions In modern sets, but TT WAS the lands. Among the most Inter"My dear Mr. Harrlman: I have! "While I am not a member of the Practically all of its committees havo also brought with them (lie home-- j 1 Yench line. esting trophies are the heads of your letter In which you say that a Committee- on Ways and Means, I can boen unusually dlllgont. Tho conmade apparatus of their pioneer days, j xv h I e h tlrst two Javaro Indians, slain in a large number of your depositors are bear testimony to tho prompt and. gress has already placed upon the During tho convention lectures were llonted over tribal battle the expioiers to know xuhy Congress continuous sculons of this commit- -' statute hooks much notable, Importgiven anil nightly concerts from dls- I n ' 'clamoring Indiana. does not do something xvlth regard 'tee from tho date tha Congress mot ant legislation. Including the peacj Iimt stations featured. the middle of the s e v e - t to tho reduction of taxation.' You I P to tho hour of reporting tho bill, resolution, tho budget, tho emergen c en- J further make this Inquiry: 'Is thon- - can assure you theroxvero no hank- - Ingcy tariff and tho Immigration reREPORTS ON j $1,000,000 TO AID ORIENT tury I.a Sallo's explorations t activity of Congress the result of nn- - ing hours observed, hut that tho no- - striction law. in addition, much imbrought him through the wooded , j tural ineptitude or a feature of a do- - cessary work was early and late, Philadelphia Surgeon Who Removed Laura Spellman Rockefeller Memorial portant legislation has been considof Indiana. Shortly Own Appendix Back at Work liberate reconstruction nrogrnm? I eluding holidays, and riinninir far In. ered In ono or both branches of tho Fund Offers Help for College ' ml li.iAitl n.lm Ikniu lUIHMtUU .111111 llUSSlUlllll- .. lllVie pass tover tho disparaging slur con-- 1 to the night. Not a moment has been Congress an dls on In Two Weeks. t Women. tho xvay to final les from Quebec and In their or wasted, and tlio hill has been enactment talned ia your Inquiry because I 8t such measure for Intrail came adventurous rangers Philadelphia. Kvnn O'Neill ICane. presented to the House at tho very stance, as the allzo that It has become tho habit of New York. Trustees of the Laura Packers' hill, tho hill anil fur traders. French forts college .Spellman Ilocfcefeller memorial fund Jefferson Medical somo who generally consider them-- ! earllei.t hour consistent with thor-selv- for consolidation ot Governmental acami trading posts xvere soon esgraduate, who on l'Vbriiary 1." removed will grant $1,UI0,(00 for the purpo.se paliifltuklng examinations tivities for the bonoflt ot bound by the rules of ordinary jough-gnlntablished. In ITC'i the British his own appendix with a local anesof aiding colleges for women in the courtesy to forget their manners xvhen of l's provisions. The Republican men, tovlslon of tho took possession "f this territory thetic at the hospital at Kane. Pa., orient, on condition that $2,000,000 Is laws, tho Reads making injuirles with regard to leg- - moinbors of tho IIouso in conference bill and many others. after the French and Indian two weeks later performed a major raised by a special committee of 'he wnrs, nnd remained In posseshave agrod that tho final voto shall lshitlve questions and conditions. operation on anollie'r patient. "Tho Congress has, during this n Women's American Itaptlst KoieU'ii sion until the Revolution, . . Tariff hill on July 21 "Tho special session of Congress ,)0 taken Dr. Knne will not discuss his exploit .Missionary society. slon, passed two important appropriaOne of the boldest campaigns "Immediately following tho nassaim tion hills those providing was called by tho President primarily other than to say "Hie experiment This announcement wns mode here for tlm of the Rexohitiou xvus that of will he worth while," hut his surgical by Mrs. Henry W. i tho tariff bill by tho IIouso, tho maintenance for tho purposo of revising tho tariff J I'eahody of IJoston, of our military and m-vClark's little urtny, xxhose IndomI), K, Vognn, said of It: assistant. Dr. 'revenue, and tax laws. Thcro xvasi Wa and Means Committee will tako xlce president of the society. bfll establishments. itable courage and audacity final i Tho "Dr. Kane's operation establishes ihexe j The money Is to to' "P tor consideration tho questions if Is a law and tho Naval bill Army but be used for build-- J ly defeated the large British gar- - d some difference of opinion as is all things: . .. .. .. t .... 11 . high for the six colleges In Jap-jnwnotner tno itouso snouiu first ad-i- '" luvimon. ino Treasury Depart- - agreed to. rlson at Vincennes and xvon the "Kirst i:ase with which local op- China and India, which ate supported Northwest territory for Vlrginlu. J I oress Itself to tho tariff legislation or . ""ii nas iioen giving tho matter eare "Tako It all In all and by and j eiatious can he performed. bv twelve mission boards. thorough and painstaking study largo, thU Congress Iioncers from thoKust and from t to tho rovislon of tho xvar taxes. Re-'"Setond Can be done without so-- i Mrs. H.ickefeller was greatly Interested has boon as dili Kentucky mad le their Into J lalUliig thnt it xvould take a consider- - j and the mo'inhers of tho Vuy3 anil gent, us cre pain. In educational woik among the women painstaking und as active as this new territory, and among J 'able length of tlmo for tho House .Moans Committee of tho II01130 havo. any Congress "Third I'aln more due to traction of the orient. that has over met i'i these xvas Abraham Lincoln's Hiid rough handling of parts than to Committee on Ways and Means to at tho odd nioiiionts thnt could be the Capitol at Washington, and It h family. It was In 1S10, the year incision. prepare a complete permanent tariff spared from tho Hard on Cats. that Indiana became the nine- i revision, I wns Inclined tu tho opinion tariff hill, been consideration of the a record of accomplishment which to "ronrtb Anv surgeon' w lib a fair' 1'ioston. llostou cats and n hard ' studying thu ques- this time Is unoxcelled. teenth state, that Lincoln atdegree of skill ean perform such an tions Involved. No one can bay with time In I'.Mt. .More than of "I reallzo there aro many people tained citizenship In Indiana. ' that It might he well to tako up tax opoiutlon on himself." them, down on their luck, iccehed the With tho Increase In populntloh ' j revision In adx'anco of the permanent csmiranco Jimt how boon tax rovlaion who do not appreciate thoso fact-- , Mndly nilnlstiations of tin Animal may bo agrood upon by tho commit- partly by 1S00 Indluna Tenltory xx'as t tariff und so publicly stated. ' Dead From Tooth In His Lungs. hecniuo thoy aro so busy with n l'eseue league lust year, Mrs. "Piactlcally overy member of tho tee, but thoro will not he a niomont's their own nffairs formed, extending from the Ohio Wilmington, Del. .Imues II. Ilroad, that they do not .Smith, president of the league, border xxest to the Mississippi i Ways und Means Comiuitteo, Includ- delay after tho tariff Is disponed of. keop comptroller of the Dupont company ivportcd (lt its annual meeting. track of the xvork of Congre , ami north to Canada. Vincennes Thore will ho tho snmo onrnost, t ing the two members from tho State here. Is dead In a local hospital froiii v partly because Unfortunate felines were ten times it Is tho husltie. 1 t was selected as the llrst capital. J of New York, can henr witness to tho and continuous attention glvon to partisans lung lfnoetlon eauseil by a tooth which more numerous than dogs la similar hostile to tho AdminL (ra' o In ISO), when the Louisiana t met.....a.i ururwaeimiug fceuiimeni this matter that bus boen glvon to Hllppod down bis throat during a dent-n- l circumstances. The total number of mac wie tho tion to mako It appoar that tho Conxvas made, the government 4 .. In isi-- - lirAnimHnil nt ,11,. 1...I11 i.i. operation a month ago. The pres- ihiiab ri'f' "us earvl for diving I'e . Inf 11m mitmliiii mu. nvti.cu.i3ail . ... lltr. mini 11111, anil. tllP gress is ,,1 l.tl. u. ...u s..i wiij of Louisiana x.ns placed In tho not at xvork and Is not ac ..ri ence of tho tooth was dlcovoied by year was JS.'.'SI). Four hundred pets editoriuls, was measure will h taken up for consid- - complishing lnmilu nf fln Tmll.irifi" rCfii.rlfiiv 4 tors, tolograms and .. .. " " .... . .. results. .. Mr Itioml had shown symp-tiuu- k are now hurled In the animal cemetery t i lavoranio to .. ino cousmoratioa 01 tio oration 1:1 tho IIouso aa soon as It Is olllclnls, so that for one vear tho, "Very truly yours, similar to tliM noted In 'cams at Pcilhnm. roportod. I would not nssumo to fix capuui ot Louisiana was ulso ' permanent tariff revision first. In " K. W? MONDKLL " of gat, poisoning nnd wns being treated (i response to this expression ot senti-- t tho date when the IIouso shall at Vincennes- - hi Indiana. -for pofrsilile effects of gu,, udialnls-teiot- l at Cost of Two Fingers. Parole t ' men t Although nlckmiiiiud the Hon- tho Itopubllcan momburs nf thu consideration o'f tho tax hill during the operation. In ovory homo xvhoro thoro is a Moundsvllle. W. Va. Meigs McCrav. State, "slur from the .old Ways and Means Committee- took up though wo may, with reasonable baby thoro should also bo n bottle of prison electrician, who fought with southern slung for rough, back- t at once xvlth oarr.cjtncan and purfii' d oxpect final action not ' mid was sexeinly Injured by llollv Boom In Divorce Cases. later McCoo's Uaby Elixir. It may ho 1 woodsmen, Indiana, with Its with unflagging x Igor and oucrgy tho than tho mlddlo of August. (rifllth, slayer of four men, when St. Call, SwlPorhuid. So many square miles, Its ilfteen Presneeded any tlmo tour ' questions iuvolxed In a revision nf the "I urn fully uwnro of tho fact that stomach, atwind colic, to correct suin- petitions hae recently been Cirllllth made his sensational escape idential electors, and containing dlarrho.i or tiled in the local district court thnt several weeks ago, bus been paroled. It has required a llttl-- linger many people aro Impatient hecnuso "hior complaint. J , tariff us it does the center of populaIt is a xvholesoino the presiding Judge requested the Can-ton- MiC'rny lost two lingers In Ids battle tion, Is considered of utmost Im- t than somo anticipated to complete tho Congt ess has not within two und remedy, contains no opium, morphine with Crlflith, xvho killed one trusty Ingovernment to appoint one or portance politically. this gteat work. lam sending you u finCl.ll! IP limn I. 1 "eK,nn,n or ,nJur'3 irug of any kind. Prlca side the prison nnd another nun on ( kmo special Judges to bundle the diby McClure Newipapor Syndicate.) J copy of tho bill under separate cover, or the scbsion disposed of all of tho 3Dc COc per bottle the outside before he got away. vorce cuses. Sold hY that you muy examine itb 316 pages, great problems before it. This 3 not ' Ohio" County Dru ;Cp " NIGHTLY AFFAIR run-dowI I It's r--f lf j :::',: .'"i 1 Illli-V- "t If imagineand It's i.srir to I ' Ch.il dxeii Cry a, NC., s CASTO R ' ks. I Kn-tir- fov-tro- one-ste- ! X J fox-tro- t, The Story of Our States n, ' ' ! I I SELF-OPERATIO- I N 1 ' re-'I- j -- al i t. -' f'. I y I J I I Hun-t'.ligto- I'ur-chas- .... ... ac-tl- X-ra- ' o. ItO,-25- I M r Little Ladies Summer Dresses jt ' : R deemed Early Fa'lurs. resume f&teS. mdMkCmm'4' ljtrk sSL j T AROu Willi what 7cal (hoy something still remains for moth- era to make for their little ones, but the work Is not much of a link when Hie mutter of material iiuil M.vlo lire decided on. In materials w llml plain t'liuuilirny, iiin, ginghams, light and dark Mitceiis, dotted Swisses, wiile, organdies mid taffetas, nil in pretty, live tutors (with u spue of bind: nod navy Itlue) make up the color story an told by the shops; cliiiinlir;is. gingham, and fur utility clothes; organdie. slssos mid taffeta for .special occasions. Tor the small fry, from two to old, rompers dlvhbl favor with tlri's-veand the latter are provided with bloomers ursboit pants to match. Nothing Is in greater fawir than amusing little peg-tobloomers of plain bnmbray. In blue, green, light brown or oil er color- -, made with round neck mill elbow .sleew-s-. Very simple st Itch-cr- y Is the usual finish for them. Dresses with bloomers to match are cut either In the smock pattern with small .wike, or with u short bodice and skirt. A pretty model appears at the left of the twii Miowti above, made In this way. White lawn Is much used for collars and cuffs and colored lloss provides cross stitch or outline embellishment ami sometimes s p kn'oe-longth small pluld mid cheeked Approved Styles in Coats i7D,000,00() Btnndnrd sllvor dollars were sold to England.' It may take Mere Mediocrity, flvo yoara of coinage to get the trea"I ned to Hiluk I iomsi(1 the arK, Ah jtot tM baste. tistic temperament the sacred fire; sury's reBorvo back to a pre-wTho mnklng of silver dollars ceased l)iit I was mistaken. I'm Just ono among tliu millions of common peo- In 1914 when the Btipply of metnl Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has beca ple." purchased under tho coinage act was "Ynu have no right to sny tlmtt exhausted. Kurthir authority to colh in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signaturo of You have done some splendid things silver dollnrs was contained In tho and has been made under his pcr- S7J? things that jon could not possibly Pittmnn art of 1918 but tho Hllvor BA"al supervision WoasCffi&c&l' yinow no one to since its infer.---. have done If you bud morely been otio deceive you in th"s among the millions of common peo- went to England, who pleaded n JI- All Counterfeits, Imitations and " vcr famine In India. are but' ple." Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health t. Grent Britain's Mesopotamia cam"No. you're mistaken. I'm Just an Infants and Children Experience apainst Experiment. ordinary overy-dnmnn. Why, niv paign was threatened by a shortage -v. no nas uveti with ino of silver In India during that trying for 11 vonrs I without ever once thinking of getting 1 'ear- - Silver, India's monetary stand- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, n divorce I" Parccorlc. ard, was hoarded nnd hidden by the ?ZSorand-S00tneuS-yrupJt is Peasant. It contains natives so that it was nlniost out of nor other narcotic substance. Its Scientific Research. Lclrculntlon. Besides Germnn propa- ag? is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has "Why nre you studying those snails was trying to stll- up so Intently?" en 111 constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. Eanda that the Hrltlsh govern"Scientific resenrch." Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcvcrlslwess arising ment could not redeem its paper cur"Huh?" therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids In her emergency England "I didn't think thero could bo nny. rency. Bicc-pthing slower than the. horse I bet on appealed to the Unltod States for Louisville Tho Pittman act, which was passed for this purpose, authorized tho sale or tno silver dollars at ?l.0l an Aged Indian Voman. r ?Bears the Signature of ounce, plus the market valuo of the Marysvllle, Wash. Iteleased from .Wlifc m Ml iH UTETTTF copper content of the coin. The one physical slavery among the Indian nnd one-hacents paid for the cost tribes of the I'ugot Sound country by of molting, transportation and jv & jmLr the treaty of Muklltco sixty-seveago, when she was between thirjear.s ty and forty jenrs of age, nnd for Silver dollars arc now being struck several years preceding her denjh un- off nt tho rate of 8,00b, 000 to der the care of friends at Tulallp, a month. Some 20,000.000 Mr. Sarah Kettle, a native of the have already been made. 'Since May West Vancouver vshore, tiled nt the quaint, small Honor motifs'. 1920 tho Mint has bought about Kind You Always pockets lire featured cm nil sorts of home or William Sheltnn at Tulallp. ounces of American silver at Her age probably was about 115 ciitk. ilre'ses. THE CENTAUR COI rANV. NKW VOKK CITV. , y& ilii wuiii:!.-i iij is Jlllli;il JJlurt: Tin1 pretty dress at the right might HSBELEZSKEl than market price but It is explained Bin Coon Played Bear, be uiiiile up In while or light colors. A strap decoration on the shoulders rnlmotith, O. Frank ltltler and Fra- that this price was fixed by the PIt- -j and ut the front and back at tho waist iler Tut ton had a coon almost ns man act to stabilize the price when i line Invites mi oiiiliHIMinieiit which large as a bear, and one day they de- there were Indications that it would frtl.!! mjIMlTIB'. appears In a little simple embroidery, cided to have a "bear" hunt. Thev go still higher. The treasury's liutton-liolcslashes ut the ends of turned the coon loosu nt the south of silver Is confined to silver the waist iraps allow a snbh to slip bonier of town nnd after giving him both produced and reduced In this through them, tietl In a buoyant bow, n s start, they turned their countiy, .thereby protecting tho Amwith loops nud ends at the left pack of charging boar dogs on the erican silver mining industry from side. trail. The dogs put the "bear" up a very young Indies' spring nnd tree about two miles up the river. The foreign competition. The t c summer frocks, for dress-uwear, are boys shook him out of the. tree and The Hartford Republican has made' a siiecial most enticing when made of organdy MAXV AMKUK'AXS DIVORCED tlojjs did the rest- In gn colors. Little rallies of orm clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial gandy tilm them but their chief glory Paris has becomo one of the leadIIOMIJ LOCUSTS FROM AIR Is found In small clusters of organdy Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one ing American divorce centers One flowers, In several colors, posed on year for the low price of American lawyer Is said to have filed Rivaling the Egyptian plague of each pocket, or on the girdle. There are many frocks nnd gay locusts In the time of Mnsos bllltans 20 suits in two weeks, and thero are ribbons add their enchantment to the of those pests have been ravaging inany other lawyers busy in the same other delightful details of organdy, some of tho fairest fields of France. Hold. For one thing many wealthy swiss or blitlste dresses. Dark blue or as SO.000 acros have, been peoplo rush to Europo to escape doblack taffetas have allurements In em- As much mestic unhapplness, and then in Paris broidery us clusters of red silk cher- Invaded, and so great was the dan- they find divorces pretty easy. One ger tho farmers called on the govcross-stitcpatterns In colored ries or The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest ernment for aid. The locusts march common ground is "moral cruelty," silks. which may mean almost anything a best papers in the South and we hope to receive and in almost a military formation, and everything green disappears in their wifo or a husband does not like In the many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and )jfflrHk other. Unfavorable comment Is bepath. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in government first U3cd flame- ing heard In French legal and judiThe cial circles. your subscription now. Don't delay. but found throwers and poison-ga- s CCrrtiCHT IT VMTUN SIVSfiUI liwott the cast too great about GOO francs an acre. A scientist next tried a A1.IKXS DKMKD TITLE TO LANDS mixture of one pound of arsenical acid with 20 pounds of molasses and Patterned after a measure in effect It was found that it killed tho pests without hurting the vegetation. Air- in California, Louisiana in her new EAGLE"MIKADO"- Pencil No. 174 planes flew over the area, and where constitution has embodied a provia gray patch of the locusts was dis- sion which excludes nil aliens ineligicovered a "bomb" of tho mixture was ble to citizenship in the United States dropped on them. Tho locust lays from holding land In that state. By For Sale nt your Dealer about 150 eggs deep In the earth, this net not only are Japanese and Made in five, trade from; owning ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND and when hatched they maturo quick- Chinese prohibited ' EAGLE MIKADO ly and begin their destructive march. property, but anarchists and other barred foreigners as well. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK U. S. K.M'LOltKKS KN KOUTE i ar Jusi-us-gol y f.u&. r ' - nxn '.W'a Tlioin'ii Chamber, Hie noiod Hfiil preacher, whs Hip despair of liN school toucher. Another famous preacher, Inane Harrow, vuis so slow mid quarrelsome llint ho was counted a dNcrnre to the school. COINAGE OK HIIA'CR DOLLARS Minting of sllvor dollars lias been started again after a lnnsn of jtnvnn yonrs. Thrro Ib n shortage of this! variety of money due to the fact thnt Children Cry for Fletcher's What bs CASTOR A - toue a oBijSirifijaAas J GENUSNE CASTORIA ALWAYS lf n r jr s &'&&ocpt '4&& 00 In Use For Over Have Odd-shape- d 00 The U Years Bought 5 pur-cha- so half-hour'- p te d $1.75 h ttuv , $ir report from La Paz tells of the arrival there of tho Mulford biologiA THOSti who hove postponed the of a spring coat until now, may congratulnte themselves, that the styles tire crystullzed and thnt therefore It In easy to make a choice, fcout styles have gone from good to better nnd It will tuke a captious and hypercritical person to journey fur In the displays without growing enthusiastic over tho .last offerings of tho designers. Thero nro several good, distinct styles to choose, from, with those showing tho influence of the cape, dominating the seaKon. This feature is given prominence In tho handsome cont shown nt the left of the two Illustrated here. The body of the coat Is full und hangs straight with ripple nt tho bottom, In the niun-ne- r of n long cape, the sleeves simulate a shorter capo and the embroidery, used for embellishment, follows the lines of n still shorter cape, or deep cape collar, lly these means the designer alllrnis his approval of capo styles in coats und accomplishes u jpnceful garment. It Is of cal expedition which left tho United m Statos for tho purposo of exploring DEPORT RADICALS TO U. S. tho headwaters of the Amazon and to seek new drugs. Tho party, with Mexico has sent back to tho United Dr. H. H. Rusby at its head, started slopo of states Herman Levine of New York tho doaccnt of tho eastern who was accused of making incendiathe Andes with the Hop! river as tho ry speeches and engaging in many objective. chief radical activities. He was receivmm ed by the military authorities in A STRANGE COURT DECISION Texas and held for Investigation. going to the war Jose Rublo, a Spaniard, a companion A French soldier took out with an Insurance company of Levlno, was expelled at the same a policy of 100,000 francs tb cover time. m "normal war risk." He was not killWhen you feel lazy, out of sorts by tho enemy, but after deserting ed he was captured courtmartialed and and yawn a good deal in the daytime, shot. His family brought suit to col- you can charge it to a torpid liver get lect tho Insurance, but tho company which has allowed the system to full of impurities. Herblne cures all contended that his actions were initial steps toward suicide. The disorders produced by an inactive organ, wool tnateriul in a soft weave and court, however, ruled that such a liver. It strengthens that puts the lined with soft taffeta and Is a gar- death was a normal war cleanses risk and that system the bowels and ment that can be worn almost anyin good healthy condition. tho beneficiaries were entitled to tho where. money. Tho companies will bo hard Price 60c: Sold by Ohio County Drug coat at the right The Company. m Is 11 compromise between the cape and hit by tho decision since many other mm doluiun styles that are artfully com- cases of the same kind wore waiting THUNDER RESTORES SPEECH bined in It. The dolman sleeves are on tho outcome. cleverly cut atid set In and nro covered with u bold pattern I" fcolld em-- , ANTI DEER HILL O. K.'d After having been deaf for, nine vbroldery.' This embroidery reappears as a result of shell shock 11Y SENATE COMMITTEE months on the long shawl collar which Is provwhile with the Canadian Army, C. ing a 'great success on coats and many of New York found his speech Washington, July 6. Favorable other' garments this season. Ilesldes restored after a thunderstorm. A anti-bell the stnplo colors, as navy, dark brown, report on tho gray, these darker coats are bhovvn In bill was ordered today by tho steamer on which he was riding was pleading shades and among them Sonato Judiciary Committee. Chair- shaken by tho electric disturbance, other certain soft blues are fuvored. Shades man Sterling said he would seek Sen- and when it was over Levier discovof beige and taupe are elegant und ate consideration probably within ered that he was able to talk. ulvvays u safe chuk't, harmoulzliig with two or three days. everything. The coat pictured Is In If you feel "blue," "No account", approved some Tho committee dark blue lined with plain satin. a lazy, you need a good cleaning out. amendments designed to afford greater degree of protection to the Herblne is the right thing 'for that purpose. It stimulates tho liver, Z)J7nZi, legtimato users of alcohol. tones up tho stomach and purifies the Call on The Hartford Republican bowels. Price COc. Sold by Ohio canuWT vraiw KtViArtl UMIOH. ! Couuty Drug Co. m for Fine Job Printing. rich-lookin- g Le-vi- or Willis-Campbeer sCASJ.ORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S EINSTEIN LAUGHS AT U. S. What is more comprehensible, and probably more interesting, than the theory of relatively 13 the opinion Its famous discoverer has of. Americans after his visit to the United States Prof. Einstein vented his impressions freely in a Berlin paper, and they were not very flattorying. He said ho was received with "exaggerated enthusiasm" because Americans are bored and suffering with intellectual poverty. Thereforo they seized avidly on. his theory, which they could not understand, and it amused him. Another thing ho' discovered was that "women domlnato the entire life of America." Most of tho men, he said, aro interested in nothing but work. Tho rest, ho declared, "aro nothing but tho little play dogs of tho women, who spend their money in a reckless manner and veil themselves In a mist of extravagance." He found a few scientists worthy ot praise, and from tho youth of America ho thought much could be expected. "Tho younger generation," he said, "is trying to raise the intellectual level, and whatever Is undertaken seriously in America is carried out." from France, Italy, England and tho United States. Tho American ropresenta- tlve was Mrs. Allco M French, of In dianapolis, president of the War Mothers of America. Mrs. French said they hoped to sllenco'tho talk of war between America and Japan by bringing Japanese, war mothers into the council. in wjjich wero representatives Liberty Bicycle c On Sale Tires and accessories, featherweight Motor Bikes, Motors for bicycles, Telephones r and Supplies, Line Construction Material, Electrical SupFor Infants and Cbildrea In Use For Over 30 Years plies, Shoo and General ReAlways bears pair Shop. the fycZc&X If it's fixable we fix j't. Signature of CASTO R A fltcuv 1 WAK MOTHERS FORM AMiUMNCi: Tburo was formed at Paris an International council ot war mothers Both telephones. MUFFETTS REPAIR SHOP Beaver Dam, Ky. '" V The Hartford Republican "ccnll ! rccolvcd ,n Now, York !" IUIUIU i KUIM1 LUIUIIHUII till 11 STRAY-STREAK- S thoso parts". Ho deservod a shutout, but Instead drew a defeat. Tho first game at Dawson was a good ball game regardless of th" score Tho Dawson tonm had a broken down spit hall pitcher working for thorn and the Hartford, Ilea-vDam, McHenry boys, or Illver-sidcr- s, ( wo guc3 they are tho ones on whom tho defeat should rest, as they wero tho Instigators of tho' plot) mnulcd him all over the lot. Tho team went to Dawson badly crippled, with no pltuhcr, third barman or flrstbaseman, "Ump" Valkor was rushed into a uniform, and shoved at first an 'A ho played n bang up gOod game. Shelton Alford held down tho third corner and Buzz Rod-geand Gus Leach shared In tho pitching honors. Tho hitting of tho homo boys kept tho scoro fairly close. Tho final scoro was 11 to 0 In favor of Dawson. Tho least said about the second gamo the better It will be. Tho score was 15 to 3. Jay Owens twirled for tho Invaders and It was no fault of bis that ho did not win. Dawson worked, their bctst pitcher and despite their efforts they could not register n shutout. The third and last gamo wns a teal game. Rendor was on third nnd Davis on first with Stevens on the mound for tho homo team. Jnko kept tho heaviest hitters popping up and striking out. Ho laid 9 out, via tho strike out route, yielded four hits, with ono of them a scratch and two earned runs. The- - Invaders gathered ton hits nnd three earned runs with Rodgers and Barnes tho sluggers for the day. Buzz grabbed himself two threo baggers while Tlmmio plugged a single and a double out of four trips up. Tho boys made Dawson's hundred dollar a day toam, uso ail their tricks to score. Tho final score was C to 3, again to Dawson. Tho fielding of Ilarnet and (tomans, the hitting of Itodgers nnd tho pitching of Stevens made the Dawsonltes sit up and take notice The Dawson team is a salaried one anil doos nothing but play ball. The Ohio County team desencs much credit, for trying, and for tho result With half the practice and a measure of confidgnco Instilled In them the same toam that suffered the three defeats could maul tho life out of ball club. "Jacks" Clinton-Dawso- n or rs market. Published Weekly by HARTFORD PHINTING pDStrAJIY This was an experiment, (Dy Incorporated W. S. TINSLKV, but so successful was it that it Is thought n good tradb may ho worked up with that tropical country. As Fluko McFluko.) Editor and Business Manager. Postofflce, He plead his Entered according to law nt the supply hero was at Us lowest point. voters to not get far before a ferocious dog Ky., as lanll Hartford, matter of the second class. ILLINOIS UOVKIIMm started for him. Jim backed and kAAtnnn 'southern states and California and er day and rode up lo a farm house, !. - lt tvuuld coma north ii utt unhorsed and si.'.rt"'! In to sGo I1tn id did cause. It Is said that Jlmmlo Tate, one ChJJp Is south of tlio equator, hor of the numerous candidates, was seasons ultomato with thoso of our up in the country tho othcan-dldati- DDiniT rni n$Q In the Most Desirable Styles I ' the all communications Hartford Republican. to fiidiocrllipra NtthCti ro subscribers to a now address must glvo tho old address In making tho request. nutlnc89 Locals and Notices 10c .per line, and Sc per lino for each ad ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per bat other advertisements, word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES ilnslrlnc tho naper sent Farmers Mutual FJMDAY, C9 JUIiV SO As a means of raising additional revenue- It Is hinted, that the three cent, letter postage rate may bo reported to again. We would advise that you do your corresponding ear- ly. over Washington Big headlines dispatches stato that 100,000 people are 'in the grip of pellagra in tho Southern States, and that famine and disease shadqw the South. Tho next day tlonials came from the Boards of Health and other officials from almost ever State in thnt section. This is another case where, tho reader may pay his money and take his choice. "Tho Poor Farmers" Editorial might have been different if wiltten two days later or if tho writer had secured information on what happened in Washington the day before the Editorial was published, in all probability it would not have been "writ" at all. "Tho Poor Farmer" sympaHartford and Beaver Dam meet at thetic appeal and bthe charge that Riverside Park Sunday for tho third Masters, of Congress are busy "The gamo of a three gamo bories. The to devising ways and "means to Beavers apd Ilivcisldcrs haVo each already bloated incomes of the tho won a gamo and this last game will trusts and big interests whoso chief be for blood. So far as wo know stock in trade Is tho exploitation of thoro is no other gamo scheduled for "these same defenceless farmers" is Sunday In tho immediate vicinity nnd pure imagination, at least Imaginaa huge crowd should be on hand. No tion made solely for political symreal ball fan can afford to miss this pathy. If one speaks of tho hungame. It's going to be homo ball dreds of millionaires created during game. the Democratic regime ho is told'that mm the war did it. Tho same is true SALE NOTICE Now it of the high cost of living. is tho other way round. The depresBy order of the Ohio County Board sion prevalent over tho entire Counof Education tho school houses at try, a natural consequence in readCromwell and Oak Grovo will be sold justment, is by some charged to the at public auction at 1 P. M., Friday, Republican Party, a?d, at the same Aug. 5, 1921, at Cromwell, Ky., to mm time said Party ,in certain sources, TAXES NOW DUE The tho highest and best bidder. Is roundly berated and chastised for THE STAK ENTERTAINMENT Tax Bills for 1921 have County Board reserves tho right to to reduce the co3t of living. failure ,. . wu biuiuu suuju .!. agu, I Will show at tho following places: all bids. .11 JS u iiuiu been placed in my hands for reject any and months time with apTerms: Six policies work a certain way Cromwell July 28 certain in- - ono case and tho same Identical .July 29 collection You are request- proved security. Prentiss OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF ED. policies work1 ah entirely different Taylor Mines ...';. .July 30. ed to call and settle so that 4 E. S. Howard, Secretary. way in another instance. It all Central Grovo school house,. .Aug 1. we may both get the matter 5t2 upon the manrier In which one Centertown Aug. 2. ELLIZZIES BABY. may wish to look at things. Aug. 3. behind us. Early settlement West Nocreek 4. Aug. Sunnydale will save trouble, don't ne- They aro 'digging a litle grave they With apologies' for referring to Dundee Aug. 5 Pay now. say, fceir, we wish to 'state that we have Narrows Aug. 6. glect this matter. Upon the grassy knoll where daisies 'scrupulously endeavored to maintain Magan . .Aug. 7. S. A. BRATCHER, slecip, jn neutral position ''with reference to Sugar Grove school houso,'. .Aug. 8. Sheriff Ohio Co. It's tiny and narrow, and Oh, so deep. tho contests for the Republican nomi- Ralph . . . .' Aug.9 and 10. And they are coming to take my baby nation for the various offices. We ac- Mose'ley . . . .' '.'.'.. .Aug. 11. ' BASEBALL BRIEFS away. knowledge that wo may have our Walnut Grove school house. .Aug. 12. No, don't touch her! Let tho littlo one to exercise the Herbert cholco and intend Aug. 13. rest, The Rlverslders captured tho game privilego on August the 6th of regiSee bills. All new pictures. by tho With her sweet head pillowed upon Sunday from tho Anglo-Mill- s stering our preference for candidates JOHN L. MILLER. my breast. score of 9 to 8. The game went elevto be voted for itn,.Novem,ber, next. en innings before tho locals put over She's dead, you say, Oh that cannot CENTERTOWN. Wo feel absolutely certain that the be, Mrs. Perry Gray, of Indiana, vis- tho winning scoro. Tho Rlverslders Jtepubllcan has been f,reo from bias, were on their toes and were fighting She's only sloping, see how still she ited relatives here, last week. in so far as its, policies are concernParrot did the twirling lies? An infant daughter of Mr. and all tho time. ed, from showing, preference for any for the locals and had tho flour Tho lids Tall gently over her baby very sick. particular candidate, . We. have treat- Mrs. J. F. Ross Is ' eyes; Alvln Rowo made a business trip 'dusters standing on their heads thruT ed all alike, have, played no favorites. out tha game. Parrot showed no She's growing cold, I will clqsp her It is true 'we have published a very to Louisville last week. closc, closo to mo, Rov Atherton and wife of Nuckols. signs of weakening despite tho fact lew statements qr, communications In last! that he was going on his twentieth And wrap her warm as a wee, bird in tho intorest, oj som.o Ono'of tho can- wero" guests, of relatives Jaere inning for the day when tho winning nest, didates', in faxctwd aro doing, so In Saturday ana aunaay. score was put over. He gave the With her swcot heed pillowed on my Mr. Jake Bradshaw Is on the sick this' issue, but it is not a statement breast. ' fans an exhibition of masterful from tho management 6f tho paper list this week. pitching thruout. Phelps did Jho re- They took her from mo and dressed hat of another party or parties and Misses Mary Render and Rhea ceiving, Rodgers .pastimed In center Iter so fair. marked "political advertisement," Ieleheart visited friends and relafield and Romans the Caneyville star LA11 ln.puro white; angels with shin and paid for as other matter of that tives in Livermoro last week. ing hair Henry Taylor Is spending a few performed at short for tho locals. character is paid'ifor. In no other Wero not half so sweet. manner can 'wo "afford to publish days with relatives at Maxwell this Tho Beavers trounced the Canoy-vlll- o They plied high tho sod and told me such communications, neither aro we week. she had gono to livo with God. outfit at Beaver Dam Saturday Rev. Norrls Lashbrooks, Owensboro going to dp .so. TJiIs rule will not we are In charge filled his appointment at the Baptist ! 6 to 1. Cawthono twirled for tho Thoy wore bo kind their living tears be violated while would start, and wo trust that all may fully un- Church hero last Saturday and Sun- - Beavers and Clssel for Caneyville. The Beaver Dam boys scalped Island Thoy tho't thoy burled- - my baby position. Believing that day. derstand our It was my heart! Mrs. C T. S. Overton, David Old- Sunday, 7 to 6. Stevens is reportgood men, and true, aro to bo our A. FRIEND, Mrs. J. J. A. offices, wo ham and wife, and Arl Ward went to ed as haVing gone better than ever nominees for the various m before and that's going so mo. hold ourself In readiness to do our Owensboro Monday. WEST PROVIDENCE Is visiting Mrs. S. D. Boskett utmost that the victors on August the Tho McHenry Majesties lost to srkth may likewise prove the vic- friends in Louisville. Rev. Otis Maddox and family of Dayld Oldham and family have Caiieyvlllo Sunday, at McHenry. The to follow. We tors in November Caneyville boys saved their strong Brazil, were the guests of Rev. Mad- await with confidence, tho decision moved to Kronos. dox's brothor, A. L. Maddox and fum-llAtrico Faught and wifo have mov- man to work against tho Majesties, of tho people, on August the 6tfi. and last wok. and ho kept tho scores down while predict that the things hoped for by ed into "their now residence on Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Carter and son, the Majesties erred often enough to Brandway, near the L. N. Depot. not como to pasn. .others will Milton, of Louisville, were Mrs. Lon Maddox and daughter, allow his team to put over tho win James two Ruosts, last week of Mr. Carter's Parrot twirled a nlng markers Pearl, aro visiting relatives In J.MPOKT CHILEAN FIU'IT hit game, which is some feat for Parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Carter. A shipload of fruit from Chile was 1 al then flow for safety, when a lady stuck her head out of tho door and "Springfield, 111., July 26. Gover- asked the speedster as, ho was scaling nor Small tonight, from tho office of a fence, what ho wns running for. one of his counsels In Chicago, of- And, candidato like, Tnto exclaimed, fered to surrender himself' without "For County Court Clerk Madam, and reslstanco to Sangamon Cqunty au- 1 want all the help I can goU" thorities on warrants charging him with embezzlement of stato funds Half ami Half Freeman Schap-mir- e While treasurer of Illinois. has been helping us in the back Altho Circuit Judge E. S. gmlth to- office this week, in a printing rush, day held thnt Gov. Lenmnll was and the Linotype Girl noticed that subject to arrest following his Indict- Scbap was dividing his work between ment on charges of embezzlement and his left and right hands. The young conspiracy to defraud the state while lady nsked Freeman If ho was stato treasurer, warrants had not He said no, not exactly, but been served tonight and the governor was in part, that Is when writing left tho capital, presumably Tor his with a lead pencil ho used his left home at Kankakee. hard, but when writing with pen am1 County authorities declarod they Ink he had to use his right hnnd. ' wcro determined to go thru with tho arrest of Governor Small, following A. Rial, the local popcorn and peaJudge Smith's rullivg. They desig- nut King lias increased the length of nated no time for service of tho war- his bags at tho top end. We had norants' or time which they would al- ticed this fact some time ago but delow the governor for his appearance sired to ascertain if it wns to bo n to arrange bond. permanent elongation of the little Altho Judge Smith ruled against containers. We havo not made a Governor Small, his counsel still con- thorough Investigation of tho aforetend that the executive is Immune said bags, but have heard intimations from arrest on the charges made In that Rial may have, in some mysterthe indictments. ious manner, likewise raised the botFormer Gov. Joseph W. Fifer, of toms of said bags. So without exBloomington, declared that under the pressing an opinion, we must content ruling of the court the governor could" ourself with the statement, that the be placed under arrest for' the slight- tops lookto be longer, although ws est misdemeanor. do not allege that they will hold more than the bags used formerly. GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. We received a communication from Little Marthlenc, daughter of S. N. our "Old" friend, G. Davis Hoyal, and Elizzlo Bell, who died July 15th, one day this week and wo think we 1921, near Point Pleasant, was recog- deciphered1 teardrops 'twixt tho lines nized by all who knew her. bcause of the fact that ho is not here She was 10 months and 25 days of to mix up in tho campaign with the age, being called from our midst in many candidates for some onu of th the evening. o'ficos. Davis sa3 as how he would While the days of her brilliant life ave the time of his lifo shaking were shinning, she was ever cheerful hands with the dear, dear newly and always wore a pleasant, sweet made voters. Wo don't want Mrs. ' ' smile. R. to see this however. Wo loved her, yes we joved her. More than words can tell, she was the Good Eyo says it a traveler holdlight of tho home. ing a ticket from Central City to BeaIt makes us sad as we look back ver Dam can succeed in riding the and think of the day3 when sho tot- rattlors on to Horse Branch and then tered about the yaid and in the get himself transferred back to H. little Dam, he must.be wide awake and on house singing her cheerful songs. to the ropes. We are very much grieved at hav. inc. to Eivo up our brilliant little- The boys of Hartford who made star, but she is now resting in that tho trip to Dawson Springs to play beautiful City of God where no pain, a series of three ball games do not sorrow or sickness is ever known. lack for alibis for the 3 looses to the May tho Father, Mother and loved boys of the salts wells country. The ones look to Him, who doeth all category of excuses covers everything things well and always be prepared to from crooked umpiring to too much meet little Marthlene when the final water of a nature now to tho Ohio call is crfme. Countfans. ONE WHO LOVED HER. decides to submit kmMkim Wi " - waMa rvj-j- vr w.m. d. Wirthmor Silk Blouses that reached us this morning have the tremendous style appeal in fabrics that are most desirable, in the shades that are subtlj appealing to the discriminating. The woman who wears a Wirthmor Silk Blouse can feel sure that she lias the newest and most serviceable blouse that will meet with most favorable comment in the social and business elements which she frequents. The four styles depicted here are just a few of n to show you others in them. Ask the either Crepe Meteor, Georgette or fancy Mignonette. The ever growing demand for new styles frequently has brought about our association with a manufacturer who gives to us the privilege of displaying these garments as the authorized style center of this city. "l you have not worn a Wirthmor Silk Blouse", try one now and we are certain that you will want to add oiu to your wardrobe frequently. sales-perso- Carson ummun AT THE SECOND . Co J Hartford, Kentucky. MAKE MORE MONEY Buy a Pure Bred Buck FARMERS' BETTER SIRE SALE Bouiban Stock Yards August Louisville, Ky. 11 200 Pure Bred Bucks and Ewes. 2000 High Grade Ewes. To be sold nt C1 A Ti A ft "" TT O AUCTION to MT -- th .svivijriirto ...' '!..! ds On leaving they went to Whltcsvllle, to visit Mrs, Carter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obe Burdctte. Crops in this' section 'aro looking bad on account of tho lack of rain. ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announco C. CARDEN aa a candidato for tho Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Ohio County, subject to tho action of tho primary election, August 6, 1921. Q. FOR Your Suppjies, quick service at reasonable cost, bring your car to BROWN &JARNAGIN Hartford, Ky. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD haB authorized us to announco his candidacy for tho Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Ohio County, subject to tho primary election, August C, 1921. -- y, $ei --Jtyfafa, - We sellit. HARTFORD, KY. Ifyou neednew brake lining HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Kl "time Saves Nine A Repair Job in J -r .- I B & I1W 3i I J-4,Ol oof Week 8L On Saturday our Big Mill-En- d Sale will be a thing of the past. We close this sale conscientiously, knowing that we have kept every promise in handing out to the public bargains upon bargains. We appreciate the interest taken in' this sale, and by your patronage, it has been a RECORD BREAKER. This week we will sell you: Yard LL Brown Domestic $1.25 Table Linen Hope Bleach 35c White Woven Madras 50c Fancy Stripe Madras $1.00 Fancy Voiles Best.Light Percales Best Dark Percales 72-in- ch ch 10c : ' 79c 15c 19c 36-in- '...-A .' . 35c Dress Ginghams 50c Voiles Domestic ,$1.50 yard Silk Shirting 27-in- ch 35c 65c 19c 23c 19c 29c Mr nnd Mrs. C O. Hunter, who Mrs Step Kosh anil daughter!!, Bonnie nnil Lena HUea loft Thura- - wore upending two weeks nt Dawson day tin- I'inroti nnil Drnjcculiuro, to Spring, fvoro called homo Tuosdny on account of tho Illnoss of Mr. Hun-tor- 's visit friends nnd relatives.. mothor, who is now with hor ! Miss Mevlllo Rhonda, of Owonibo-ro- , daughter, Mrs. Erk Fulkorson nnd who In visiting i.i t'.ih town In Mr. Pulkeison, of Mntanzas. i spending a iow tt w:tl: JI'm WlhU Rev. J. W. Creep, formerly of this CHInn, on Uurtl Rout 2. place, but for somo time paotor of Mrs. Ira 1). llcnn a nil little daugh- the First Christian church, Tuscaloosa, Ala., together with his family, ter went' to Louisville Inst week-ento spend soveral days with Mrs. has moved to Commorco, Texas where ' Bean's ulster, Mrs.J. C. Iter nnd Mr. Rev. droop hns accoptcd the pastorate ' -Her. of the First Christian Church, of that . . , City. 1 tJ: Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Mitchell nnd Have CO tons of Ice' on hand and family of Mnrtwick, nnd Mrs. S. R. Hull of Luzerne, were guests Sunday havo 4 cars, 110 tons contracted. wo have enough of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Williams, Ice secured City. abovo capacity of plant to meet all demands. No need to call up to And Miss Martha Pate left yesterday out wlither we have Ice. Have novcr for Hnwosville, where alio will spend run out andjdo not think wo will. o GU two weeks, tho guest of Misses ELLIS ICE CO. Longest and Mnrgnrct Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Leach of Dilworth, Okla., accompanied by Mrs. Cnpt. A. J. Harnett left for Camp Leach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Lewis, Washington, Wednesday, af- Froderlck, of Toukawa, Okla., arrivter having spent a 30 days' lenve ed nt the home of Mr. Leach's pawith his mother and other relatives rents,, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Leach In In Hartford. the Hob Ioy country, recently, to s"pcnd flvo or six weeks. They were Mrs. L. T. Rllpy nnd Uttlp daugh- In Hartford last Saturday and visited ter, Lois Jane, returned Wednesday, this office. from Jackson, Tenn., where .they had been visiting relatives during the past several weeks. T' j ma mm '. d' -. , . ml ?? . 1Q Be-llo- New Perfection Oil Stove has been placed in more than 300,000 homes with satisfaction. If you want your wife to smile these hot days try one in your home. Adc-Inld- Beau-cliam- p. BASE BALL At ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. ' M.'oses Mary Ellen and Isabel Moore returned to their homo in Louisville Wednsday, after a visit of soveral days In Hartford, with relatives nml friends. Riverside Park SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1921 Beaver Dam 8c 79c 39c ' 19c Best Cheviot Shirting 50c Pongee vs.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Davis and family of Centertown, were visitors of Hartford. o-- o Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kulkorson and Mr. ' and Mrs. John Llndley, of this'place TO THE VOTERS Saturday and Sunday. OHIO OK I LaiJIJJ COUNTY the merits of our merchandise, courteous treatment and good service. We want your patronage, but only want it on Mrs. Maggie Griffin who has boon spending several wooks with friends and relatives lit Owensboro and County, Is expected to arrivo home August tho 1st. Da-vle- as JSkjl&a AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Johnson and family of Louisville, will arrive in Hartford today to spend three or four weeks. They will stop with Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke, while here. Have your tires repaired W. D. GENTRY'S Vulcanat izing Shop, Beaver Dam, Ky. 4t4 Owcnsboro, Miss The Hartford Republican was tho Nina GIvens of onu of Mr, Miss Mayuie Belle Chamberlln will guest last week return to her home In Owensboro and Mrs. L. S. Iglehcart, City. JULY nu rr.fnAY, next Tuesday, after having spent her grandparents, Mies Myrtlo Maddox, Deputy Coun- somo time with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, of Alexty Court Clerk, spent last week-en- d PERSONAL NEWS with her parents near Heaver Dam. ander. f J. A. Leach and family Mr. Clarenco Ward of Nocreek, Sunday for Decatur, Ala., whero have retufndd to Beaver Dam after Portland Cement at ACTON BROS. he will be engaged with Bond Bros. residing in Frankfort during tho past 15 mouths. Mr. Leach will continue Judge W. H. Karnes went to Louls-vlll- o to hold his position with the AdminSunday, returning Wednesday. Do not detach ticket from coupon book and send to Plant for ko. Send istration. Mrs. C E. Smith, who has been book or cash. 4t2 quite 111 since Monday, Is Improving. Mr. Oscar Holder of Owensboro, ELLIS ICE CO. visited his sister, Miss Etta Holder, Make that old house, new with ,Red The tent meeting conducted here, City, Thursday to Saturday of last Spot Paint. by Revs. Plelden and Marlow, con- -. week, when they went to Vansant to spend a couple of days with their ACTON BROS. tinues to be attended by good-size- d bister, Mrs. J. W. Brlto. crowds. Miss Almeda Patton of Owcnsboro, We have been considerably crowdMiss Clarice Ward of Detroit, Mich. was the guest of Miss Hula King Sunspending two weeks with her par- ed during the past several days In Is day. ents, Mr. and Mrs.' D. E. Ward, of getting out the ballots for tho primary election and theretoro have of Carson & Nocreek. Mr. J. H. B. Carson not had tho usual time to devote to Co., was In Louisville Sunday and Misses Marion and. Loulso Hill are tho making of the paper. Monday. spending this week with their grandRev. C. R. Crowe, pastor of the M. Mr. J. N. Leach of Rob Roy, was a parents, Mr. und Mrs. M. P. Maddox, E. Church S. at Smithland, Is preachvisitor at this office whllo In town of Kronos. ing this week and a part of next at last wok-enMiss Mary Marks returned Wednes- tho Mt. Vernon Methodist Church, Springs. Two nieetings Mr. W. E. Ellis of the Ellis Ice day from Owensboro whore she had nar Sulphur dally, at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. Co., went to Louisville Monday, re- been visiting friends and relatives, are held since Sunday. turning Tuesday. Dr. A. S. Pottle and Mrs. Pettie SunMr. Steve May and daughter, Miss will arrivo in town today to spend Miss Annabelle King returned day from a ten day's visit with Miss Tlllle, spent Saturday and Sunday In soveral days with their dnughter, Madi8onvilIe, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. T. Burns and Mr. Burns. Dr. Emillo Boll, of Buford. Pettio will preach at tho Hartford . Allen (Babe) May. ' .Davidson, City, is Baptist Church Sunday morning at .Miss Elizabeth here 11 o'clock. Marshal May, who spending the week with Miss Sallye the death of his mother some since Colqraari, of near Paradise. Slnco the consolidation of the two weeks ago, left yesterday for bis home Companies, the work of our operator Tuesday in Fort Worth, Texas. Miss Susie May returned is greatly Increased. In order to give from Owensboro, whero she had been ' Mrs. Robert Dugan of Owensboro, better service .we will hereafter re. engaged in tho City Hospital. arrlvo'd in Hartford last Friday, to quire you to call by number. Farmers' Mutual Telephono Co. Louisville, spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Hon. Alvls S. Bon'nott of 4t3 J. P. CASEBIER, Mgr. was the guest it hls'father, Mr. W. Q. T.'S. Marks and family. Monday. Bennett, City, Saturday to Mrs. J. L. bailee and children of Former Commonwealth's Attorney, or caslx Ben D. Rlngo, Messrs. Hlrrim Marks-borr- y East St. Louis, 111., who had been Either send Ticket Book and Bon Head of Owensboro, visiting Mrs. Sallee's mother, Mrs. R. to Plant, if you wish ice. This apR. Wedding and Judge Woddlus. left were in Hertford Tuesday. plies to all. for Hondorson last week, whero they ELLIS ICE CO. Mrs. Minnie W. Lee and son, Mr. spent a fow days with Mr. and Mrs. Owensboro, "Walter Wedding, have returned to Arthur Petty before returning heme Mi6s.es Ruth Riley, sevDolla Williams of Sturgls and Mr. H. their home here, after spending Mrs. Helen Igleheart loft Tuesday of Owcnsboro, were the eral days with relatives and friends in C. Williams for Munslng, 'Mich., whero she Is to W, Dundee nnd vicinity. gucstB, Sunduy of Mr. and Mrs. spend two months with her son, Mr. E. Ellis, City. with the Royco Igleheart and Mrs, Igleheart. Mr. Gregory "Wedding, Company, Mrs. Igleheart hadlanned to leave Miss Alice Taylor, who is attend- Axton Fisher Tobacco LoTiIwtille, arrived in town last Fri- somo time ago, but was delayed on ing the Western Kentucky Normal account of the serious illness of her School, Bowling Greeu, ' spont the day, to spend two weeks with his Judge It. R. Wedding and Mrs. little granddaughter, Helen Black week-en- d hero with her parents, Dr. father Isloheart, who has recoversd. Wedding. and tits. J. W., Taylor. or lft d. I would say I hnvo known Roy H. Foreman, Candidate for County Court Clerk, from birth, havo watched him through life and havo ever found him to bo on tho square, in so far as my personal dealings with him are concerned. Roy was taken from school at 9 or 10 years of age, to help on tho farm, and in log woods, and was out until tho ago of seventeen, when ho said, "Dad, I am going to school." Ho attended Narrows school one or two terms, was admitted to the Fords-vll- ie High School and graduated from that Institution under Prof. Shultz, Principle. He took the examination, j made a first-clacertificate, and on his 22nd'l)irthday started teaching his first school at "Old Gum Spring" school house, in all. TmaniHdo 11 school house. Jn all, ho has had eight years experience as a teacher, ast teaching In Hartford High School. So you see ho began In a small rural school and ends his Sth year In Hartford High School. As for bad habits, he has none, having Joined the church early In life, his church and sunday school record Is exemplary. I am contributing this bit of' Into my friends over the formation County, and the voters in particular, that they may make no mistake in Voting for a clean man when on Aug. 6, you cast your vote for Roy H. Foreman, as tho Republican nominee for I have said County Court clerk whnt I havo to remove any erroneous ideas that may be in circulation about him, and at this late date, without speaking dlsparglngly of any candidate I feel that I have but performed a,fduty in saying this bit to the public as his selection from the nine would bo just recognition of worth and merit nnd unregretted by all. So, men and women, I ask that you bo thoughtful when you cast your vole on August 6th. Respectfully, C. C CARTER, Narorws, Ky. (Political Ad.) ss Horn ii TTT 1 Auto I 1 1 Stop in if you are in trouble or call us. r TT Ml we win give'vou prompt attention, we do not charge for experimenting. We ' also carry a good line of MILLER'S TIRES and INNERTUBES. BROWN & JARNAGIN Main Street Phone No. 34 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. " ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We a For County Clerk: West Beaver Dam. 1SOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCIIROADER N. Rosine. J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. M. F. .CRUMLEY McHenry. JAMES A. TATE Hartford. M. A. EMBRV Balzetown. ROY H. FOREMAN are authorized to R. W. SLACK announce candidate for Judge of the Sixth Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, November election, 1921. We a For Commonwealth's Attorney are authorized to announce C. E. SMITH candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the 'Sixth Circuit Court Election No- For Jailer: CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. HartBARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. 5. JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, Route 1. NATHANIEL HUDSON McHenry KING-rillartford. District, of Kentucky. vember Sth 1921. Offices. For County nnd District tn announce We are authorized the candidacy of tho following citizens, subject to tho action of the party in the primary election August 6, 1921: IRA JONES Arnold. W. H. BAIZE Hartford. I. S. MASON Buford. For Tax Commissioner ROY F. KEOWN Fox dsvllle. For Representative. m SULPHUR SPRINGS has-bee- n ' The Sunday School Convention . For Circuit Clerk: held at this place last Saturday was FRANK BLACK Hartford R. 2. W. C. KNOTT Centertown. a very instructive and entertaining V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsvlllo. ( FELIX SHAVER Ceralvo. meeting, and while the crowd was Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART not as large as we expected, the peo(District No. 3) ple who are satisfied to remain In N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. For County Judge: private lifo outnumbered the candiO. B. SCOTT Prentiss. MACK COOK Hartford. dates by two or more to one. The Q. B. DROWN Simmons WINSON SMITH Select. candidates were there in great numW. S. DEAN Dundee. (District No. 4.) bers, all of whom seemed intent on R. R. WEDDING Hartford. J. W. CHEEK Asklna. making bay whllo the sun shines and (District No. 5 aur hearts went out in sympathy to For County Attorney. JAMES W. GRAY Hartford, U. 5. them fromthe thought of the trouble OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. (District No, 0.) that is in store for most of them a J.' A. EDGE Dundee. few days hence. Poor fellows, For Sheriff. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs Thero is a fine young widow GEORGE P. JONES Bcda. (Dlstrcit No. ,7.). not far away who bought a new car Hartford. G. A. RALPH J. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. some time ago but for want of a B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. J. N. LOGSDON Rosine. man to crank It her troubles were OAL P. KEOWN Hartford. many and we suppose by not offering CAnL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. the right Inducements she has no For Constable. CICERO CROWDER Select. man yet. So she sold the car and (District No. 7.) T. II. BLACK Hartford. bought a self s'tartor and now If any Rosine. R. H. BASIIAM Coatcrtown. MALEN D. HEFLIN man wants her w6 suppose be will have to offer tho inducements. We bad thought of giving I. D. but after giving tho matter mature from a two weeks' vUit to their sou Clair a jolt or two in the right place thought, we decided that he was so and brother. Harlan Potts, of In payulcnt for some of his Insulting ugly that wo would not mix Clean, III. Mr. Potts reports com and wheat da bolng fine, in that coun-M- r. utternncos about some of our citizens up with aim. until cooler weather. try, wheat thrashing 35 to 40 bush-Mr- s. especially hU masked slurs on the nd William Potts and daughter, lady Jurors wh6 served la our court, Bozarth, returnod last week t els per acre. ed ,. For Magistrate, '(District No. 1) J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 2. J. A. DOLING Upper East Hartford. (District No. 2.) MY OWN PEOPLE By ELIZABETH M'NAUQHT, Syndicate WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS 0CW7VXi9Q?CKacw?V?O5fc5v (0 by McUuro Newipuper There were ninny things tlmt dork-cjillelieica mis forced to put up Willi In her squalid little home Jiuuiy tilings tliui woic not at all to tlm Inipiiliit'ss of a tncntj-iuar-olsluiiury such as Mie iou-dutU- u hup-penc- d and Grandpa Schwartz, continually ralliiif; against Hie present genenitlon; x and last, Itebecca's father, moody and silent, lunstuiitly worrjlng that a like "The Nyal Store" wise unjust world, Just then whispering prolilbltlo Ight bring It to un issue. And lie In the liquor buslncsl 1 EASTMAN KODAKS CHOCOLATES ON ICE i To gentle, retiring little Itebecca the cry smell of the stuff was an abomination. Dutifully, she worl.ed unseen In the little (.onip.utinent behind the bur, labeling, bottling, sealhat thcro aro S.21,000,000 feel of .11 II I ST OIUTlCISES ing but worked nieeliunluilly, for 'ISEJ black walnut in this country. This AMKltUWV SPK1.I.1M.' . her mind was far ahead In the i ilguie Is approximate only, and It Is future, far remoed from that dump, lieay atmosphere. Ilefore her mind's ccn less danger, tho department's well to remember that only 50 per Tho chief Justice of the high couit Proves Profitable eye many futures Wsloned themseKes Farmers In Wilson County, Texas, experts caution growers that every cent of It is ab:. liable to commerce. of Australia stopped couit proceedmistily, many modes of life, many shipped peanut hay last winter co precaution should be taken in storing. The remaining 50 per cent is growing ings long enough to say what he friends. And, luipulslely without a operatively, under KJjL IHH "J I iyj 1 1 j the supervision of It Is suggsted that a raised platform In inaccessible spots, or s held by thought of American spelling and I F'li moment's notice she reached her gieat Americanisms. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE tho county agent. The hay which bo built which will permit a free cir- owners who refuso to sell. Flndirs "program" decision. Unsolved In water for douche itopr-pelviBlack walnut is valuable, it Is easy Instead of "prosrammo" In an affi Amid the tears and pleas nnd dire, was sold in this way brought the culation of air under tho stacks nnd catarrh, ulceration nnd inflam-matro- n any of thereby prevent dampness which is a to secure n stand, and it makes a davit written In America lin rnin.irb. bewildering predictions of her near farmers $3 per ton moro than Recommendrd by Lydia E. ones she passed Into the gray stone the local dealers were offering at source of danger from moth infesta- fairly rapid growth. There is always ed that Australia was not a depenFinUham Med. Co, for ten yrart. a demand for it and. In war time, an dency of the United States and that A healing wonJer for tion. loadwalls of the county hospital to emerge that time, and as 10 tons were catarrh, aoro four years later a poslthe little Tho Department of Agriculture exceptional demand at high prices. Kntlllsh words kIiihiIiI lin nrnnnrlv I Mi throat and tore oyc Econoir.icnl. d ed to tho car this meant that tho tlMniirg tuortni SOt. !l art) trKjJl ikwh Itebecca, spotless In white farmers received $1S0 a shipment will be glad to examine wool sam- Under these circumstances It would spelled. Ho also objected to "center' 3r3l Lf rj. dnistatt. rr t.rij fcr i linen, bearing so much dignity, jet Inrti n elf i Cmumbt. nioo. Mt. J they would have received ples forwarded to It, and will render seem that large commercial groves uiaii'iiu in turn ie .cm m:ieu uiai yni.ii. fluencing so sweetly. Not ocn her nioio than an immediate report as to tho con- would bo the common thing, but the such spelling was an Americanism father dared to challenge her when if they had marketed It locally. dition of tho wool from tho stand fact that this tree requires the use ho.abhorrod. As a rulo Australians she sprinkled her queer smelling disof good agricultural soil handicaps aro xneuxstXxcnBJBiscis&zi&i but this judge was infectants about the house nor jet Grain Wnstil in Caieless ThraMiinj; point of possible moth Infestation. Hofore the evidently as narrow as they niaKe ili. Advico will also bo given regarding commercial production. when she calmly Hundreds of thousands of bushels 3t rt with many a genuine coprollte Such sani- - war the annual cut of black walnut 'em anywhere fcntfH of their it? " M i&'Q&l' tiaditioiis. Slowly, of grain are lost to consumption each needed contiol measures. B'-iMran between 40 and 50 million feet fossil jet patiently she worked for the ' year on American farms because ofl,les slloulu be addressed "Chief. change. And slowly It came. of Entomology. U. S. Depart a year, but the Inroads made upon H-,adjustment and lack of w liaiaayjiK rMt , . f X'.l I. ......... tf.1 Vffli '" "" 'flciency in tho operation of thrashing ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. the groves during tho hostilities have ,' ,.,;., her , 1 W,H , last sicklies-- m xht be "a Catarrh Cannot Be Cured considerably reduced the supply now sv 1achIes- - Tho United States De- C." and marked plainly "For exami- available. Miort bed"; g.andpa. if he still ,e- LOCAL. APPLICATION'S, as they j Guccrcd v.en everything Hse f !1. nation for moth infestation." cannot reach the seht of the UIt,aso. tained his own opinions. Kept them fitment of Agriculture has given n.i'.oj i:d de Catoful management of tho exist- - Catarrh Is a local dlK.ise. sreatly ln- - r InCMVntMie tV v mo tm ..i...r.. ptetty well to himself, .""specially In considerable attention to this loss Inir ,roes Tnd Mm ostalillsumcut of ?ucn"a ly const llulional conditions, anil S ten eJy. ni thojsanda in order to ure it ou must take an Tho county agent has to servo In have tesltfieJ. the presence of this capable iouug .with a view to ascertaining how far rc"lctlJr Catarrh .Mcdi- channeling, and lather, the former improved methods can bo economical-maste- r all soils of capacities. The agent in new ones wherever economic condi- - 'vtern.al taken Internally nnd acts thru S FOR K.DNiiY, LIVER AND clno Is sro:y?ACH of his own and otlioi.V desti- - ly intioduced to adjust waste. It is Wilson County, Tov, repot ts. an tlons will permit will bo necessary the blood on the iniuous surfaces of tho i O'nttiii. Hall's Catarrh SPdlclne I is I, meastucs If the the best mijici.-.iiios, had cause to be jubilant, lor, be- - tn,e( ever of epeits point ou, that some-caus- e omergency case where ho was called are to be met. needs or the future, prescribed by onefor tho best Itmusicians- J It iz over a cJiucrL, 'a ccounter. sold In this country years. Is coinof the earnest solicitation ot tlmes tho tllno and abor ,nVolvetl in in to render first-ai- d service. A fine I'QFcd of somo of tho best tonics known. ""'Hiiia 1.a UCBl rnmhlnAil .. Ifh pu.lio J. V.li; Kab, 1.1.a.. UUUI vw...ui.iv ...... .ntna "iry KrUT checking a small loss is worth more span of mules had run away with purifiers. The perfect combination of i Summer t'ompl.ilii In Chililieu. o a scraper and were badly cut up. tlio Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medibusiness a year pieWoi.s and compli- - itha" the Mvlns- - Nevertheless, there There Is not anything like so many cine Is Mhat produces RUch wonderful no bones were broken tho mules meiitliig himself on his shrewdness aro ,nany leal;S on al,nost ever' had received several bad cuts about deaths fiom this disease now as be- - trtimnnini. fr sat back and dared a leal prohibition thrashing job which might easily be Props ' To,ea' tho hind legs and one main tendon fore Chambei Iain's Colic and Dlar- - j "Vf' gru'stl ,f&cC" to do Its worst. Thus they sat satis- - stopped if the farmer or machine atop of their little world of hap- - orator would spend a few hours in was badly laceiated. The wounds rhoen Hemedy came into such gener- - ' Hall's Family Pills for constipation, jilness. WiVS Suddenlj, their world caed tho study of the problem and a few were disinfected and dressed, and in- al use. When this remedy Is given in! Father saw him lirst. i ?s z&S. 3s. dollars in replacing worn and damag- - structions given for thoir fuither with castor oil as directed and prop- i "Wliy, I wus simply on a case with I ,i ,.ni, WAT? treatment. It is In small ways like er care is taken as to diet, it Is safe 5iKsi rfkT iHPMLl BrMHI.1 HrVJMW:nrM say mat rally ninety-nin- e V V S i'VlhUiq out ot !?" !,Tn.,Z.0MeM,laml!i0,,, KUr Kce(,,G tIle erai" nto the machine this that the county agent convinces to every hundred cases recover. Mr. !? m MLfttf . Its defiance, or such It seemed to the a,ul other f,mn" items g0 t0 nlake the farmer that he is there to serve W. G. Campbell of Butler. Tenn.. sns 1T?9U. f -i and that he really knows his job. meek old man. But the cases became "p a ,"tal that l,ldy mean galn or "I have used Chamberlain's Colic and loss- Much giain is wasted by fail-Limost frequent. Diarrhoea Remedy for summer commost old ladles, grandma had "re t0 clcan un at tne en1 of tl,e set" (Squirrels Plant Walnut Groves In plaint In children. It is far ahead Storing Food the habit of sitting down In he. rock- - tInB- - Tll United States Department Ing chair with something to read, then of Agriculture has issued Farmers' Bouncing along tho fence rail, like of anything I have ever used for this Forthe-CluldrenZ- ni soing to sleep, to awaken Just us the Bulletin SSI, "The Efficient Opera-wna- ll a bit of animated thistledown, he purpose." A Safe Old Fashioned black loadster bearing away her tlon of Thrashing Machines," which manages to convey the impression (Mil AVOJLV.V SOCIALIST DKIVK.V OUT daughter's child turned the corner. contalnB much good Remedy for Worms advice on this that he hasn't a serious thought in ' Seventy, fiveyearscontin. his head, and few would suspect that "Black-Drauc- ht Kate Richards O'Hare, ono of tho uoutuse it the beat is, In JSH talnecl by wrlting to tho Unlted the squirrel is the chap who supplied loading my opinion, the best liver PREY'S VERHIFUCE time to catch a glimpse of the mjstery socialist agitators of tho counmeaicinc on tne market,' gncimure. the American Army with the wood try, was kidnaped by a' gang of men cn offer you. man. lier vantage nolnt un. tl.. 1....I. . oiuies ueimruiieiu oi Keep a bottle always on stales Mrs. R. H. White. for their gunstocks, though he didn at Twin Falls, Idaho, room window and the moonlight, abet- - Washington, D. C. ctrlA nf lnnlq "Mn Ck and taken out hand. It will help keep mean to do it, of course. He was led by a fading vision, Interfered the little ones healthy continues: "I had a pain Jul of tho btate, to Montello, Nev., In orsomewhat. Her heart stood still, for Fniniiii Bisks Createst In The Mains looking after his own food supply, my chest after eating in and happy, der to put a stop to her operations. the slUery grayness of the hair and 30cabotttcatyourdni(fit'or saving tho resources of sur.ir.ier She was HtlVVMllUIUlUlt, ,11.1- States. ..fe.,ana formerly editor of an inf rncil alorr; or if your dcalti the paleness of the skin proclaimed tins was very c Bisks in tho production ot three against the famine of winter, but in flammatory t upplyyou.ttnd lin name sheet called tho Buzz-Sahim a ti'entile. rceable and broucht nil The trembling knees great staple crops corn, wheat, and cidentally he placed a big deposit to KS I tend 30c ina ilmpi and we'll you bolilc promptly, on neaaacne. i was con During the war sho was ar- j;rew weak and shaklngly she crept "in Nature's si ing-- . LAS. FRET. Biltinwt. ' Mi. iated and knew it was fj4 lieneuth the sheets, sore at heart, fear- oats are greatest in tho Plains nan's accoint rosted in South Dakota and convictu icestion and inactive V5P States extending from Texas to North bank. fully apiirehensie, jet un ally. ed of sedition. Sho was sentenced liver. I began the use of c, Tho Forest Service, United States to Dakota. This general fact Is estabItebecca would marry whomever she five years in prison but was parnight and is au- doned chufiv, this the old lady knew, jet she lished by the average deviation of the Department of Agriculture, mornine, and it sure is after scrying 14 months. plendid and certainly yield per acre from tho average yield, thority for the statement that the also knew the hardness of the Champions of "freo speech" aie gives relief." father, and after weeks computed by the Bureau ot Crop Es- squirrel, through his habit of burj'-In- g denouncing WILL the kidnaping as a lawof dwelling In such uiNery, It was not timates, U. S. Department of Agrinuts, has been tho most Important TAKE less interference with fundamental turprlsing that she took to her bed, culture, for these three crops for each agent in tho repioduction of the black rights. Gov. Davis of Ithjho when really tick tills time. One evening, he walnut groves. The timber from the appealed to by Mrs. State f loin tho records of 50 O'Hare replied invaded their home; straining hard, On' tho other hand, the North Atf groves planted years ago by the the Invalid heard Itebecca's liiinnv that good citizenship required people Iant,c aml tho Western States are re squirrels satisfied an important need .olee and cheery laugh welcoming to refrain rrom "exciting passions A Treatment gions oi comparatively low risic. or during tho war, when walnut was which may disturb him. tho peace of the for WEAR deviation of jield per acre from tho used to make gunstocks and airplane community." "Oh, God of Abraham," shy prajed average, for wheat and oats, and tho propellers. Substitute woods for humbly, "lake me to jour bosom." LUNGS or have been tried by many Great drops of perspiration stood entire Atlantic coast and the West Surgeons agree that In cases of CONSUMPTION manufacturers, but nono has been Cuts, Burns, Bmlses and Wounds tho out on her forehead and It was quite for corn. a few minutes before she became conTho great com belt' with Its enor- found that proved as suitable for this first treatment is most important. scious of a cool hand soothing her mous production and surplus above purpose as tho black walnut. A quick relief for thai tlrtd, run down fetlloe. When an efficient antiseptic Is appliSlowij', she peered up, seek- local consumption, is brow. , coucbi, palna la chcit. night iwtali. The fence-ra- il forester seems to ed promptly there is no danger of after all, promiing for a little comfort In the kind weak luozi or cooiumpiloo. If 11 doe nently subject to risks of weather, in have the needs of tho black walnut Infection and tho wound begins to you il cotla you aolhlog. For over seventy years gtJ( sothclp yes aboe her bed, but they were g JMJX sects, and disease in the production In his mind when he goes about his heal at once. For uso on man or 0?fi this nurplv vn1-,MajS& OHIO MEDICAL CO. lsewhere. crops, and, whllo it would be going work. As a sappllng this species can beast, Borozono is tho Ideal antisepR) oreparation lias been MM "I shouldn't have left her," llebeccu of was bajing, "tlie heat Is so depressing too far to say of this region as a not enduro much shade; If It is to tic and healing agents. Buy It now r found beneficial by thou " whole that the results of its agricul- survive it must be planted in rich soil nnd bo ready for an emergency. today." sands of persons suffering from effects of a torGrandma's ejes encircled the room, ture aro either "a feast or a famine," where tho sunlight will fall upon It Price 30c, 60c and $1.20, Sold by seeking the Intruder, and one look Into j'et there is a tendency in this direc The squirrel has set out whole groves 'Ohio County Drug Co. pid, or slow-adin- g m liver. u pair of somber black cjes and her tion as th area covered by tho average by burying the nuts in the open areas Indigestion, biliousness. lilueish, grayish,, swaying old world up becomes moro restricted to county, at the forest edges and also many NOTICB -VIV IVIIUE, tl. " ir.te? rnlfr rrnlnti linmii UI- f und righted Itself. single trees by planting in tho fence What matter township and Individual farm. zmess, constipation, bit lilonde-llk- c hair or Gentile features? corners. Why ho buries tho nuts Is All persons having claims against ler taste, sleeplessness. For, instinctively, Grandma Schwiirts Inspect Stored Wool Frequently For evident enough, but why ho leaves tho estate of Marvin Hoover, deceas , lack of energy, pain In VZX knew she was being supiiorted by the somo of them to sprout and grow is ed, will please present same, properly Moths. back, puiliness under the K-eveiitrong ann of a son of the chosen At this season of the year wool not so clear. It may bo that an un- proven, to mo at my residence, nenr anv or all of thM ift--t people. A little gasping, i held In storage should be carefully usually severe winter or a hunter Beda, Ky., or to A. D. Kirk, Attorney symptoms often indicate explanation in Itebeccu's ear, a few nervous teurs and it was ull over as inspected at frequent intervals for or nn owl or something olse kills Hartford, Ky., within CO days from 5 that there is something moths, specialists of tho United States tho littlo banker before ho has time this date. the girl bald chldlngly: tne matter wan your FeeiirTeht nil the time. Don't lay ofl "Grandma, dear, where Is your triiRt Department of Agriculture say. If to draw out his savings. An early liver. You can't be ,oo ED SHOWN, work for days by Jn me? I never could forsake ray own thcro aro no evidences of moth In- spring may make him independent of wtlul about the medl- - fcitvft , irpm picasant lav- - c taking calomel Executor. wuen Keeps yotf peupje, my own faith; If I for a mo- jury it is not llkoly that the wool his storage plant. Or It may bo that mm laCr. cine you take. Be sure ItK on your feet, whiloreliovingyourtxoub ment doubted that I should, I would will become infested enough to cause ho has an absent-minde- d . Safer too. and easv to tnkn. nTS Doing bard work In a bent or JSSS"! that the tiame, "Thed c.--. streak liuvo dropped It all four jeurs ago." tako anything else. You can't afford Injury for several months at leaBt. hlj graceful make-u- p and Just forgets stooped position puts a stitch In the ftJS ford's is it. Eliminates poisons, clcansca eya And with n glad little cry, recogniz- If no damage Is noted by July or where ho puts a thing. Whatover tho back that is painful. If tho muscles 3r25 on the oackace. At nil tem and relieves constipation.. A nat. able us huplness In any dialect, grand- August, tho cause, humanity profits from the re- have become strained, you can't get uruggists remeuy, natural in its actions, bum wool can bo carried ov-ma baik among the pillows und j effect and certain in results. winter without injury, unless stor- sult. rid of it without help. Tho groat fjRji It closed hor eyes for her first real nap i ivnn'r lu mm f:.. Tf Accept Only it " " ay i completely displace calomel -.In, every Will In Bulletin 933, a professional pa- penetrating power of Ballard's Snow ed closo to othor infested commodi""""if. tnTrivt "f- - rrin weeks'. per by tho Foiest Servico, the growth Liniment will appeal to j'ou most 1&1 the Genuine. ties. ho.me. Children can tako it freely and ... u VXf: . wj" ..-.i. Although In tho Southern States and management of black walnut strongly at such times, because It is ""ciy. ar-'TJ S&si wik In His Right Mind. Wasn't (rtiit' anteed. COc and SI Jivcry Dottle guon - -wool Is oftuu held for two years with- timber is discussed. In reviewing tho very thing you need. Price 25c, " .' in luitH. . "- -I shall never forget how crazy She ......'-.."' A genuine wiinouc me liKencsa nnd rW.. JSC11C5P 13k you looked when you proposed to me. out tho ullghtOHt injuiy from moths, the prosent supply of this valuable COc. nnd ?1.20 por bottle. Sold by Gritfgby. For sale " and wool held lu a cold clliuuto is in wood tho specialist: estimate roughly Ohio County Drug Co. JJe I was crazy. ta tut I, MtJSJWUUU, BMqA KK. to be. There was Grandma Schwnrtz, comfortably situated, with uo real worry of an Imptnerhlied old nge, jet foi-e- r liiiiieiitltiK lier growing feebleness and Its attendant loss of usefulness; Our line of School Books and School Supplies is the largest and most complete .in Ohio county. Save time and worry by calling on us first. Suoo ti EVERSHARP PENCILS 1 B OOKS rr Beaver Dam Drug Company Beaver Dam, Ky. js FARM DEPARTMENT. Every Woman Wnnis , na! soft-oIce- I I broad-minde- d, llle-lon- g I & SS w ij. a fcCaa UK. ef-,re- au .11-- , "" ( i"s i trouble ' ' !ivC!ln,;'n!e""1 Al-th- ' op-lie- d, ? Mothers use IS"," ...... ... o-1 .-- Hi. ttifcrarottKrasw I fkA 'MS I yA ke For Torpid TJvpr m VerMifu& tetti-moni- m M Wll 'Mi 11 Black-Draug- Thedford's ffeaf YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY -- gun-stoc- HTnwr sJJ FOR.ONE MONTH bfmor-rharci- n &- yfl I s 3t& SllXX USE LI V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. vtr-Lxu- half-uttere- d S rC '. Black-Draugh- t," or m "f-- Kj ' !- . t. --- " otfK, by I S I THE CONSPIRACY Dy News of Summer's Sheer Frocks 4444444444(4444h44444 MOLLIE MATH En. Si 551 (mil AcTO.sS tit fiicli in her. "Nun H Khl." I.ily kiiI.I. "I d,i wish umilil take a little more st In turn, I i cully cannot liciir tu think of Nun living nlii, nil ,.p tlayst. Ami kIh Is mi pmvoklngly dhtimt." Hon Minuki'il rimiliintliigly. "Like my friend Hob," K romnrkoil. "Now ttiku Dob, i;(Mnl Inmost follow, Kind, gcntloiiinnly mnl tuim-it-ul In luisliifss yet. n woman Inner." "OIi! I ttlioiililu'i mil hlii) , m ,.x, nelly," Don's wife defended. "It's Just (lint Hub Iti'jnolili Ims liail so niiiny fusy fenmlc.M In his own family Hint In is itntlnii.s. Von know, joiiiM-lf- , you wonlil litiif to risk being tied for life to iinyoiif resembling Ills nmrrli'il Ulster. Then, too. Iloii Is tmtlMled In , Ills so ho Jiiht '8twrrf llaliy IixiLciI audi ii ili'iir tlll'lf ' IlI'MlllllllV Dill) i,. in-te- n call In fact, we ON US iirolV.-ssloii- dour.' " are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For .Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. "ISiit ho i.eeill ii sjiiiintlilzlns understanding companion," Dim Insisted. IMIhj- sighed. "No iiioic tlmn my Ioiio, lovely Nun needs a protecting IiiikIiiiiiiI." she replied. Tlii'ii the two Involnntiirlly smiled. "If we,cmild m.iniiKf a meeting between tlicni," siiKKfHti'il U.ilsy. Don MiooU bis lu'iul. "Can't lie done," In miswiTi'il decisively. "lively1 Hint' I Invito olil Koli out hi' suspects Hie propensity of the Impplly miirrlfil, anil rut uses." nuitih-imilsli.g BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. EgtLpH uilitsimiiuer ill esses of sheer have made tlieir nppear-ancto be received with even more than the Usual Joyous acclaim that nlwnys nwnlts them. Women llml their fumlllar old friends In these fabrics, reappearing each yenr with new charms mided to those we have known so long, uml mude up In now nml enticing ways In which combinations of two materials play u conspicuous part this season. Crisp nml dainty organdy has a great role in midsummer styles mirer of jours.'' Uoli was well plmscd to oblige Ids frlemN. The thought of mi uninterrupted evening union;; Pmiiild'e hooks was Inviting. He lined the hitciikey which his frlucil had liestoni'il upon lihn uml entered the deserted All wa.s in readiness for Ids coining, as Don had sulil. As he .switched on the living-roolights he saw n illsli of pullMicd nil apples on u tahle e the llresldo. clinlr. Scvcrul new pieces termed placed for his selection on the grand piano. Ho hastily shut off the injrlud lights as he iltopped to the hearth rug, leaving the golden shaded lump alone ( for his use. Ami ns ISo! hent to Imlld Hie lire lie discarded his coat. From a rear room came cioonlngly the chirp of u bird. Hob arose. Don had not mentioned the iiildvil rare of n bird, nml here he, Hob, had ullowed two dnjs to elapse Jiefore visiting his friends' home after their departure. 'The tiny creature might he suffering now for want of food. Softly, on the thick rugs, Uoli made his way In the direction of the bird's murmuring. The cage hung In n high kitchen window, nml standing upon n stool before the cage was a gfrl. The bright lights of the white kitchen fell upon her hror.are-golhair; anil presently, ns though sensing his presence, the girl turned abruptly, uml losing Her fell with a Martlod cry directly Into Hob's outstretched aruns. It seemed that he had anticipated that full from the moment the girl turned her white face toward him. A quick stride found him at the side of the high stool. It took him some time, however, to realize that the young woman's alarm was occasioned by his o Dnltiy noil, tod. "1 know," she said, ".Vmi Is Just Hint wny. 'Wliii e Is coming' .she will sk me ilclliintly." The Hie crackled on. Daisy slipped over to the friendly iinn of her Husband's clmlr nml .still sat gazing meditatively Into tlit rimy depths. "Don," tJiu Mild at last, "while we are In Now York next week will ,vou Jisk IIoI) to drop Into the Hat iktiisIoii-nllmnl see that things are nil 'right? "fioixl Idea," Don licurtlly agreed. "Uoli will enjoy looking nficr jour fernery, l)als. ; ymi know lie Is im adel-y have something to SELL or' anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad," in THE If You e, PltUTTV and svvNs. associates Itself with dotted voile, batiste and goods of like - ii character.- Plain dark blue organdie, made up with dotted swiss,' Is nn old favorite In. combinations which make' Its appearance with the return' of summer. It will be among those present In the pageant of midsummer frocks. Fine white batiste, divered with small tucks, makes a deep yoke, collar anil cuffs for a cherry-redotted swiss ami n bodice with elbow sleeves for ii frock wltfi petnled tunic skirt of embroidered voflo or printed organdie. ingeniously many nrgnndlo dresses uml tho eib'es bound with orgundle folds. This material lends Itself to trimmings uml orgitndy llowers deck out these pretty, airy frocks. Any of tlie sheer materials might be worked out In the manner shown in tliu frock pictured. The bodice, with round neck, Is extended below the vvulst line at the front where It joins a plnin panel In the skirt. The skirt Is fulled on at the wnist line across the sides nml back and finished at the bottom with u narrow frill. Tho frill Is repeated on the skirt at Intervals and on the short, full sleeves. They are gathered In about the arm and finished with n full rosette of nnr-rotilibou. A narrow, tucked girdle, made of the material. Is bound with ribbon and ties In n bow nt the right side. Two colors ure combined In w HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company IXCOKPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Pcl4 COmiOMT D(rfarii, IT Loss of Appetite. ONIOfi VBTttN Ntvimu Ribbons in Many Roles . As a general rule there Is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or only eat two meals a day for a few days you will soon have a relish for your meals when meal time comes. Bear in mind that at least five hours should always elapse between meals so as to give the food ample time to digest and tho stomach a period ot rest before a second meal is taken. Then If you no more than you crave and take a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every day you will not need to worry about your appetite. When the loss of appetito 13 caused by constipation as Is often the case, that should bo corrected at once. A dose of Chamberlain's will do Tablets ' m it. eat oil field has been discovered In the Lozoya valley 50 miles from Madrid. Tho discovery was made by a mining engineer, and steps wore Immediately-taketo sink wells. It was said that financial backing might bo sought York. This may or may not bo another "Spanish swindle." ia-No- n FIND OIli IN SPAIN What Is believed to be an enormous CASTOR'A Swj Ohildren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S rff Ouija! What's y 4he oood word? && -- MY YOUNG ststef. HAS A OulJa board. AND SHE believes 1L- - SO I own shut off quick. proj-ence- . . Then Hob, holding her nml vnlnly endeavoring to reach the fnucet In order to ihimpcu her forehead with reviving water, wondored vaguely how In the vvoild this strange young worn-n- n cnnie to he In the deserted apnrt-iiicwhich Don assured him was locked against Intruders. For n moment the dizzy thought assailed him Cjmt he had mistakenly entered tliu wrong upurtmeiit. Then the joung woman found voice. "I don't know," hho said, "what you are doing hero." She surveyed Hob's coat I ess llgure. "Hut If jou are u buiglnr, won't you please go?" . "Hurglnrl" Hob gasped, lie realized that the ioung woman was endeavoring to free herself from his close sus taining grasp. fVlsn, that u most becoming rose color hud banished the ' nshy whiteness and that her affright od eyes were now glinting dangerous resentment, "llurglar!" ho lepeatod. "Why I cnnie to look nfler the ferns. Don usked mo to. I'm Ids friend." The young woman, sinking down on u kitchen chair, stared tit him. "Not," she usked mockingly, "the paragon Ilob ItejnoldsV I." her lone wits expressive, "have heuid of you. Daisy iiuide me promise to look after her 1 am Daisy's Vlrd every evening. friend." "Not," mimicked die mnn, "tho rarely perfect Nun? I have heard of you." Ami when It so happened not many weeks Inter tlint Hob Itejuolds proudly announced his engagement to the conspirators, Nnr. friendly two laughed. "Hob hud to take me," she reproved Daisy. "You fairly threw me at his head." "Meaning," said Nun's lover happily,, "Hint you, my dear, dropped promptly Into my urtna." pule-faced TO HEAD off any. AND TALKS to Noah. AND I think sho talks. TO HER best fellow. . FURTHER FAMILY scandal THEN I stoppod to smoko. A CIGARETTE. AND AFTER I a whllo. a sudden. Off. WHO'S DEAD but doesn't know it. used to glvo hor. THE LOUp, rudo laugh. BUT I'M sorry now. AND I CRANKED up woejeo. AND ALL of IT STARTED AND QUICK as a Hash. BECAUSE I LAST night. v tliu fashion ribbons TAKINCi would beout of taking llow- dle at like ers out of spring, for they hnve colnc to piny nn essential part In all the apparel of women nnd children. They have progressed from the Held of dress accessories to that of dress trimmings and are now very often Included In the composition of garments. Shopping bugs and girdles still account for tho majority of sales In the ribbon departments of the shops. Lingerie ribbons and bows also add much (o the Increasing volume of business done nt the ribbon counters; ribbon llowers, hair bows had Innumerable furnishings and accessories make u continual demand, so that the story of ribbons Is u long one with no end. The two most Important Items In the displays, bags and girdles, ure represented by n few selections pictured here as a suggestion of tho endless variety ot ways In which ribbons ure used for these accessories. Tho girdle of nurrow ribbon at the left of the group Is mude of plain, heavy faille ribbon, bordered with a narrow plcot-edge- d ribbon In a contrasting color, lllbbon flounces are posed ou the gir tliu front of tho vvulst and on each of tlo hanging ends. The sash of wide sittlu ribbon has n crushed girdle with bunging loops and ends at each side. Very often two kinds of ribbon uro used together In' sash or girdle nnd lovely ribbons luru the designers sashes and neck wear Into extravagances that are as beautiful us blossoms. Mountings for bugs uro displayed along with tho ribbons for making them; the round tops enjoying much favor Just nt present. A very dignified bug appenrs", of heavy, plain satin ribbon with quilling of narrow plaited ribbon for trimmings and ribbon handles. Another bug of plain ribbon Is shown mounted on a round top nnd decorated with straps of narrow Inolro ribbon that cross near the bottom, falling freo below the crossing and tucked down at the center of tho two-tone- d clr-cult- ir WAS homo alonoj SO I got the board. AND PUT In IT SAID soruothlng. "THEY SATISFY." a call. good ihat SATISFY" Just 'a tho up a light ox-po- rts FOR JOHN Barleycorn. AND OTHER departed Bplrlts. BUT THE lino was busy. FOR NOTHING i happened. THEN I cheated a littlo. Chestorfield and seo what can do with fino Turkish and Domestic tobaccos when thoy blend thorn In that Chesterfield way. You'll say "thoy satisfy," can't-bc-copie- d AND IT spelled this. t "GRAMMASHOTTA SEVEN." A Did you know about tho Chesterfield package of 10? bottom, . $W ljj C IC ARE T T B S Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. cerniOMT n vanu. wnmt imkm ' - 1 Beginning M onday9 July 25; Closes Saturday Aug. 6 We expect to eclipse all other efforts, at price making, and we invite the public to study carefully, all prices quoted below and be convinced that to visit this sale and select therefrom all their wants, will mean to them the greatest money saving event they haveever had. We invite you early and often, as every item in our large store will be specially COAT SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS $25.00 $40.00 Ladies' Suits 22.00 $35.00 Ladies' Suits 14.00 $25.00 Ladies' Suits 14.00 $25.00 Ladies' Coats 7.50 $14.00 Ladies' Coats 4.00 $ 7.00 Ladies' Coats $14.00 Ladies' Tricolette Dresses 8.50 $12.50 Ladies' Crepe de Chine 7.50 Dresses Ladies' Serge Dresses . . 16.00 $26.00 $19.00 Ladies' Serge Dresses. . . 13.00 $ 7.25 Ladies' Serge Skirts . . . 4.50 4.00 $ 5.00 Men's Rain Coats 6.00 $ 8.00 Men's Rain Coats 4.00 $ 7.00 Ladies' Rain Coats $11.00 Ladies' Silk Sweaters . . 8.00 $ 5.00 Ladies' Silk Sweaters. . : 3.00 UNDERSKIRTS $5.00 $6.00 $6.50 $4.00 $3.00 READY-TO-WEA- R WASH Silk Underskirts Silk Underskirts Silk Underskirts $2.75 $1.25 $1.50 Silk Underskirts Sateen Underskirts Sateen Underskirts Sateen Underskirts Muslin Underskirts LADIES' WAISTS $3.50 4.00 4.50 3.00 2.00 1.75 90 1.00 $8.50 7.00 4.00 3.50 . 3.50 1.25 1.00 1.25 E, $12.00 Georgette Blouse $10.00 Georgette Blouse $5.50 Georgette Waists $5.00 Georgette Waists Waists $5.00 Crepe-de-Chi$2.00 White Voile Waists $1.50 White Voile Waists $2.00 Colored Voile Waists ne .. GARMENTS $1.50 $2.50 Middy Blouse 1.25 $2.25 Middy Blouse 1.00 $1.50 Middy Blouse 1.75 $2.50 Ladies' Night Gowns 1.50 $2.25 Ladies' Night Gowns Gowns 1.10 $1.50 Ladies' Night 2.25 $3.00 Ladies' Night Gowns 2.50 $3.50 Ladies' Silk Teddies 2.75 $3.75 Ladies' Silk Teddies 2.00 Ladies' Silk Teddies $3.00 75 $1.00 Corset Covers 1.25 Silk Corset Covers $2.00 2.50 $3.50 Silk Vests $3.75 Ladies' Gingham Dresses. . 2.75 $3.00 Ladies' Gingham Dresses . . 2.50 $2.60 Ladies' Percale 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 Misses' Middy Suits 4.25 $6.00 1.25 $1.75 Ladies' Aprons 75 Ladies' Aprons $1.00 1.25 $2.00 Rompers . 1.50 $2.25 Rompers '. 1.00 $1.50 Rompers 3.00 $4.00 Kimohas 2.25 $3.00 Kimonas 1.75 $2.25 Kimonas $1.50 Kimonas 1.00 -- SHIRTS AND TIES $1.00 Work Shirts $5.00 Dress Shirts $4.50 Di2s Shirts $4.00 Dress Shirts .S3.00 Dress Shirts $2.50 Dress Shirts $2.00 Dress Shirts $1.50 Dress Shirts S1.25 Dress Shirts ". HATS AND CAPS 75 $6 00 Hats ' Hats Hats Hats t Panama Hats Men's Panama Hats $ 1.00 Men's Straw Hats $3.50. Men's Straw Hats $3.00 Men's Straw Hats $2.50 Men's Straw Hats $1.50 Men's Straw Hats $2.00 Ties S1.50 Ties $1.00 Ties .65 Ties .50 Ties .40-Tie- s .- - 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.00 90 1.25 1.00, 75 . $5.00 $3.50 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $6.00 $4.50 Hats Hats Boys' Boys' Boys' Men's $4.00 3.50 2.50 1.75 .45 35 25 15 .25 Ties FANCY LAWNS & VOILES $1.50 .75 .65 .50 Voiles Voiles Voiles Voiles $1.00 60 45 35 20 20 20 $25.00 8.5Q $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 .50 Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps , 1.50 '1.00 4.00 3.00 2.75 2.00 2.00 1.75 1.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.00 75 35 HOSIERY $1.50 Half HostT $1.10 liOO $1.25 Half Hose .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 $2.00 Silk Hose 1.50 r. . $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 y. .35 Misses' Hose 25 .40 Misses' Hose 30 .25 Misses' Hose 20 .20 Misses' Hose 15 X TRUNKS AND BAGS ' $19.00 Trunks $15.00 $13.00 Trunks 9.50 $10.00 Trunks 8.00 $ 7.50 Trunks 5.50 $18.50-Bag- s 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 .A'. 1.50 $ 2.25 Suit Case . . 1.40 PANTS AND OVERALLS $2.00 Overalls ...... .$1.25 $1.75 Overalls 1 25 $1.00 Overalls 75 .90 Overalls 70 , .30 Lawn .25 Lawn .30 Black Lawn RUGS $34.00 $12.50 $ 7.50 $ 6.00 $2.25 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.25 $1.50 $1.35 $1.25 $1.25 $1.25 .75 .50 Rugs Rugs Rugs Rugs 5.00 4.00 $1.50 1.45 1.25 1.10 90 1.00 90 85 85 .85 .50 .35 WHITE GOODS per yd. Table Linen per yd. Table Linen per yd Table Linen per yd. Table Linen per yd. Table Linen per yd. Irish Linen per yd. Skirting per yd. Skirting per yd. .Serge per yd. Organdy per yd. Beauty Silk 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 ....'.. ..... CREPE, CREPE-DE-CHINPOPLINS ETC. $2.00 per yd. Silk in all colors . . .$1.50 $1.65 per yd. Silk in all colors . . . 1.40 $1.50 per yd. Silk Chiffon 1.15 $1.00 per yd. Poplin in all colors .75 $2.00 nor yd. Georgc-ll- c Ciepe in all colors 1.50 $2.00 per yd. Crepe de Chine in all colors 1.50 $1.00 per yd. Crepe Meteor 75 $3.00 per yd. Woolen Poplin 2.00 $2.75 per yd. Shirting Silk 2.00 $1.75 per yd. Shirting Silk 1.00 .75 per yd. Shirting Silk 50 $1.50 per yd. Pongee Silk 1.10 .75 per yd. Shirting Madras . . . .60 .75 per yd. Colored Poplin 50 .75 per yd. Colored Soisette . . .50 $1.50 per yd. Blue Linen 1.10 GEORGETTE 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 . $3.00 per yd. Serge 2.25 $2.75 per yd Serge 2.00 $2.50 per yd. Serge 1.75. . . . . 1.50 $2.25 per yd Serge $2.00 per yd. Serge 1.50 1.25 $1.80 per yd, Serge per yd. Serge 1.25 $1.75 $1.50 per yd. Serge 1.00 .75 per yd. Poplin Cloth .50 , .75 per yd. Cotton Suiting 50 .60 per yd. Cotton Suiting 40 .35 per yd. Cotton Suiting 25 GINGHAMS, CHEVIOTS ETC. 20c Gingham 15c 20c Percale 15c 20c Cheviot 15c 50 C x... 50 35 60 45 50 45 45 .35 .20 j Hope Bleach Domestic 12Vfcc 72c 30 20 45 35 35 30 20 20 "$2.75 Work Pants $2.50 Knee Pants $2.00 JKnee Pants $1.15 Knee Pants 200 , 2 00 1.50 75 McHENRY, KENTUCKY. fcfiE