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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaft NUMBER 6 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, it had boon "Impos-Rlbl- n FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921. X for tho board to understand i TEXTBOOK lin iloalred taken. The i eighty Conference; Premier's Trip GETS AWRY AT CRITIC letter Bald also that out of Hooks Knilenvor To Obtain Craig's Assent each. meetings of the board preceding Mr. Colvln Plans U'gal Itcllef If Not Certain. Negotiations Aro I. S. Mason was employed as Prof. Are Not Forthcoming. Williams' retirement from offlco ho principal of the Cromwell Consolidat Resumed imil "nttended eighteen during their London, Aug. 2. Great Dritaln haa ed School and will assume his duties Hearing On Federal Credit ontlre time, eighteen during a part of Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 2. "There dropped the proposal to hold a preMonday. was Is no reason why a sufficient supply Dublin, Aug. 3 Tho solo reason next liminary conference on Pacific qucs- the time and during forty-fou- r Policies Marked By delay In tho Sinn Fein's re absent entirely." of books should not bo procured in for tho (.tlons and lias agreed to participate peace THIIKH CHAHGEI) WITH Counter Charge. William ItclorlM To Letter. conreronco aa advance of the opening of schools," ply to the Government's Irish SID HATFIELD'S DEATH ,n the Washington plinrtrcil also that Mr. Wll i t. rn.nn r'n1l.. wl.-.....v..Q.itinvlnlatwlnnt nf proposals, It Is authoritatively stated ...... tiv wna originally suggested by President "- HHIll VJUUIfiU "l mi llnms had "circulated outside of tho VnMlc instruction, In communlca-lioai- ti is tho atempt being mado to obtain Wnipti v v.n Anir. 2. Three "nriiing accoruing to oiiiciai circonfidential letters upon credit tlotlB sent ,t0(ay l0 County School tho adhesion of Ulster to tho peace men. C. E. Lively, George Pence nnd clcs here today. Washington. Aug. 2. Criticism pol- - matters, and refused to tell tho board Simorlntondonts Inquiring If there plan before resuming tho ngotlations This decision was reached after an today wero held In of federal roservo sygtom crcillt they had are a sufficient number of distribut with Pnnler Lloyd George, so ho William Staltors, oxchnngo of conversations between. was continued today be to what person or persons Iclos which $10,000 ball each In connection with . .. ,nilialrll - ,. lippn.- SPIlt." . . .. l.... ..1 ing ngonts In tho counties to. meet could bo met by a united Ireland. killing o"f Sid Hatfield and Ed L,onuon ami wasiimzion. rniiiiii'nniuiiiii .wi.. ..j....... llV inrn .t. tn.tnM H.nllllllfl Is felt that there Is no use to tho It Tlio reaiiing 01 uiu hjuu ...n..... th(J C(mVcnienc c,,f Hie scliools in Great Britain has also a creed to yesterday. Tho lohn Skelton Wllllnms, former comp- ic Chambers at Welch consfder the terms, It is said, until Mr. Williams about j plyll)g 1)()ol8 of the currency, aroused r.- - In n remark from men appeared In Criminal Court, tho original date suggostcd, Novomkor In which .,Kcim,cky nas 8uffercd enough Ib settled who are tho real parties to waived examination and requested 11, tho anniversary of Armistice Day, nentment on tho part of tho system's "poison gas" and retorts Harding asserted hi, own , fr()m mJ. lna)llltv to procuro tuxt- - tho bargain. fixed if President Harding 3tIU consider. two highest officers, Governor .. Every effort is being made behind ball. Judgo James F. Strother . .. illirlllC all Of 111 lHOLCdlllg COll- -, . ..1 nn,l fSiivi.r-'ilnsIlillilrnn iippil thorn." .-. "" .... " $10,000, which was that tho most suitable time and v.;i lie. Ol uiu riwui- iiimmii scenes, it Is declared, to Induco tho amount at iih. nor Strong, of the New York Reserve tn.V3.sy within the board. fight K he said. "We ought to have dono tho Thero will be a special enter tho conference without any res furnished. In tho powj but to with excuses and demand, the books Ulster to accept a share Dank. In one of the frequent verbal matters peacably, grand Jury called to Investigate i)ie ervations as to the sot programme, it event of falluro erful body which It is planned to shooting and tho case, thorefore, will was stated. Hnrdlng 'necessary. themgelvoa. 'In tho (lovcrnor Interchange Parliament, Governor Strong rend oxtracU from to supply any hooks when oidorcd, I make the Doubt Is expressed whether Prenext charged across tho committee room over ..... .. 1.,., . i.niip',1 iiv.il 11 ofllclal conndonttal .,.report mado am anxious to know whero tho fault while retilnlng her own local autono- go court, until tho 3. regular term mier Hughes of Australia and Pro-miw m October " of awiiiBuiK . xr... v..ri, altho Masssy of New Zealand will bo " ...... HM( wllcthcr Jt u0 tno depository or my. So far these efforts, Government, struKKling associates Just In front or to tlio I'onru n nun The bodies of Hatfield and Chamregarded by tho cool, banking system. It referred to Mr. th(l publlaher... bis adversary, who remained bers wero taken from an undertaking able to attend, but they will, It 13 . . 1 nfflnlnl .nnn.lo Wllllnms ii'u" net Mr. Colvln told the superintendents have been unsuccessful. arrangement parlor here to Matcwan late last said, be represented by a British de'but was rising for tho threatened Tho exception of an "Ignorant and misleading" and ac- that if they would keep him advised putation. not yet been aban- night. proprieThe attendance of Mr. Lloyd of the book situation in their respec with Ulster has lntor Mr. Strong, cused him of "violations of A few inlnutos his associates." tive counties he would undertake, If doned, however. Should it fall to bo George, the Prlmo Minister, also dewhilo reading to the commission a rt ty and disloyalty to two hahxs nunx is Ono New York bank which Mr. legally possible, to obtain relief Im brought about, tho Republicans, It pends upon circumstances it was statwhich charged Mr. Williams oointed out. must consider whethor misleading stato-lnnet- Wllllnms said hold $130,000,000 in mediately. with "falso nnd A barn, throe head of mules, a loc ed. accept for the twenty-si- x Governor loans, reserve Involves Heavy Expense. Mr. Colvln announcod today that a they will was intorruptcd by tho former federal of hay and grain and forming ImpleStrong declared, held also $112,000, special examination for State and counties outside of Ulster tho terms ments Aug. 2 Washington, Director comptroller, who shouted: tic , belonging to Mr Frank war. Some of ..Ti... .inin,,.oni f vniira lit fnlao." 000 In Kovernmont securities adciinj, Hgh School certificates will bo held offered or renew tho was dctroyed Dawes of the Budget Bureau has been express tho Foreman of Narrows, , wore made to August 5 and C. Applicants who the Republican leaders notified by tho Stato Depaitmcnt that Governor Strong, howovor, contln-- that "most of Its loans be by fire Thursday of last wcok. M..u.,.. I. mi nrnannllv rofarred carry purchases during tho war. failed to pass tho examinations held view that eventual unity would acAshby of Contertown lost extraordinary expenses will bo Incur-;e-d ...i Mr. C. R. speedily reached by such di this year on account of tho dis to Mr. Williams as bolng "jealous of Whilo it was lending $18,000,000 offi- l.i May and June will bo afforded an- more a barn, 10 tons of hay, a lot of corn ceptance. Indirectly to Its own rectly or prerogntlvos." wagon and two bug- armament conference. No figures other opportunity to obtain certifiIlls and whoa'., road said, It held cates. ot "And that's a lie too," tho latter cers, Governor Strong gies and other Items. Origin of tho were transmitted, but tho estimate bonds as $15,000,000 In liberty must be submitted before August 15, injected. fire in each case is not known. POSTMISTRESS SAYS and additional securities as WILL NOT REINSTATE -It was said. "At this point I request the comc SHE STOLE $32,000 a mittee to require tho comptroller to well. CiUIPIXG WHITE SOX IT IS SAID CHARLEY SMITH RECEIVES Mr. Williams charged that thirty make oath whether he has stated the New York GOOD WISHI.S FROM FRIEXD West Palm Beach, Fla., Aug. 3. whole truth or not," Governor Strong per cent Intorest rates In Mrs. A. M. Barnett and daughters, Chicago, Aug. 3. None of the Am Postoffica l...,pector F. J. G. Pulsiphmoney markets meant the starving of exclaimed. Amelia and crlcan League players who were ac er returned this morning from Or- Misses Norino Harris, Hartford, Ky., July 16, 1921. Chairman Anderson rnlod, amid farming districts. together with Messrs. Hainp Mr. Charloy Smith, Had the comptroller understood nulttcd last night of an alleged con lando with a confession from Miss Helen, teas! tho confusion, that It was "not reserve system." .piracy to throw tho 1919 world se Lena Clark, postmistress of West Render of Beaver Dam, Whittier Dear Old Friend: I have been InMo to adopt tlio policy at this stage the workings of tho Cox, HO rics h"s any immediate prospect of Palm Beach admitting that she has Rogers of Cromwell, and H. J. formed that you are in tho field for Hnvnrnnr Stroni! rOSnOIKlCU, of the game." Vernon, compose a camping Jailer. I wish I was there to help would have understood these rntos being restored to organized basoball, stolon,,? 3 2,0 00 from tho local post- - of Mt. Hearing. party at Smallhous, on Green River you out, but nover-the-leto' a statement issued to I will glvo from tho constant withdraw accoiding Tuesday, July 26. Following resulted office thl3 week. They will likely break you my congratulations, wishing you Uoth federal reserve officials, with al of funds from Now York to senu day by Judge K. M. Landls, national directions given in her confession tho camp tomorrow. a number of associates, had sat ap- to other sections of tho country." basoball commissioner. all tho good luck that any man can postal inspectors under L. A. Johnparently unmoved during two days, "Ilegardless of tho verdict of Ju son, chief of the Atlanta Division lohave, and hoping to hear on August "Much of the credit pressure reMcIXTEER SUCCEEDS along with an audlenco which num6, 1921 that Mr. Charley Smith has sulted from organized movements in ries," said the statement, "no player cated $5,700 of tho sum in a house McCRACKEN AS AGEXX landed tho nomination for Jailer of bered many senators and representa- various parts of tho country," Mr. that throws a ball bame, no player hero. tives, allied with tho "agricultural Strong continued, "to withhold com- that ontertains proposals or promises Ohio County. Miss Clark is held without ball In Mr. B. B. Mclnteer, who has been bloo" in Congress, while Mr. Wil- modities from their usual markets." to throw a game, no player that sits Orlando for the murder Monday of For tho interest you have shown County Agent, in charge of elaborated threo goneral liams the people In the last four years in "A general denial Is hardly an ef- In a conference with a hunch of E. A. Mlltlmore, former employe of Assistant all club work and other activities In Ohio County,.! think you should havo charges. Ho said first that tho board fectual answer to specific charges and crooked players and gamblers where the postofflce. countenanced unduo lendings to complaints," Mr. Williams said when tho ways and means of throwing Ohio County, for several months, has it. had According to tho Inspector Miss not been designated as successor to Couna New York hanking group during Wishing you a long and happy lifo his turn came again, and later ho ex- games aro discussed and dares Clarke, who he says wa3 ty Agent, M. L. McCracken. resigned. and many merry games over the coun Inst two years, for speculative pressed tho opinion that tho Now tell his club about it, will ever play tho his interview with her, thruout imp whlln fnrclnt: linuidation In of which wo had mention in our last ty, I remain. York hank, dealing with reserve professional baseball." Idnluated that tho rest of tho money and Western agricultural funds, "passed money out with prodl-cnlltComlskoy, owner of the had been used to cover a dellclt in the issue. Southern Charles A. Yours truly, Mr. Mclnteer is a man of much districts, nnd that It hnd allowed 0 "THE WANDERING KID" ilurlnn periods when borrow Chicago White Sox, declared today local rostofflce, that rhe carried educated, conscientious Interest charges, nnd gen- ers elsewhere wcro being restrlctod. that tho verdict freeing his former (Political Advertisement.) ut tho money with her to Orlan- ability, well and will bo of much erally failed to "case down" Infla- Ho concluded his two-da- y discussion players of conspiracy charges to do Mh'ch sum was Contained ;: the and not assistance to the agricultural inter- REVOLUTION IX tion. with observations that "thcro never throw the 1919 world's series did iuotii sacks found empty In the room Governor Harding today roso out had been tho currency inflation in change his stand, and that until thoy In vhlch Mr. Ml'tinioro was. iounu ests of our County. PORTUGAL LOOMS a o of tho audience and demanded this country some pooplo believed," "cleared themselves" to his satisfac- dead. hearing on personal' grounds to deny that thero was "present improve- tion ho would havo nothing to do Madrld, Aug. 3. Signs that n revoLOUISVILLE MARKETS According to Inspector Pulsipher, allegations concerning himself, as Mr. ment from tho lowering of Intorest with them. lution Is boing fomented in Portugal Miss Clark Insistet' that there wis no . Williams had mado them, and pres- rates," and that "farmers aro en.ao Cattle Prlmo heavy steers contin- have been observed and measures with tho robbery ono else 1,300-pouently with Governor Strong, produc- titled to get, thru tho reserve systom, NEEDED HA1X COMES, have been taken to combat it should and that not another employo n the ue In active demand; some TEMPEHATUHE LOWER ed from the confidential files of massing sold at $8 per hundred; it come Into bolng, says a Jl&patch reon warehouso steers posl offlco hero knew of tho nlno months credits offlco correspondence and re- certificates for their produce, steers slow ceived hero from Vigo, on tho Portutho money and that she- hoped no sus medium and A fair rainfall was received In this ports to combat Mr. Williams' criti- dealers and profiteers should bo re for guese border, today. Several regipicion would be cast upon them. Af- and uneven. Narrow demand section during Tuesday night of this cisms. stricted." her brief confessU, slip, broke butchor heifers of all kinds at con ments of the army and a portion of fell rather slowly and every ter To answer letters and memoransiderably lower prices than a weok tho navy aro said to be involved In The reservo officials will bo given weok. It down. drop went In, and as tho sun was dums read by Mr. Williams and which their formal hearing' tomorrow. ago. the revolutionary plans. obscured during tho larger portion ho said ho had Bent to his associates a -- Quotations: Prime heavy steers REVIVAL FOR XOCREEK of tho following day and yesterday, on tho rosorvo board during 1920 and NOTlII 1)UV KAIDKH LIVIA ROUTE XO. 3 $77.50; heavy shipping steers $6.50 AM HUSH considerably greater benefit was de1921 protesting tholr policy and SHOT Several from hero attended tho 7; medium to good $C0.50; comat A revival meeting is tobe-hel- d rived from tho moisture. Tho averago coun.0, Governor Harding demanded singing convention at Mt. Hormon Church, mon light $5Q5.50; fat holfors $5 Wesley Chapel and received permission to read a sln-sl- o An at- temperature has boon reduced from to Sunday. Pinovillo, Kv, Aug! 2. commencing August tho 8th, 7:30 6.50; fat cows $5 5.75; medium letter of rosponso which tho board tempt to assassinate C. H. Redmon, 15 to 20 degrees, great relief from p. m. Dally sorvlces aro to bo'hold pnnil $3ffB5: cutters $22.50; can- Mrs. Fannie Blair Is visiting relapast sovoral mnilo to Mr. Williams In 1921. noted Fedornl raltlor and prohibition the exccsslvo heat of the ners $11.75; bulls $3.504.75; tives In Owensboro this week. Sho Tuesday at that hour for two weeks or more. rrlticlMii lVrnii'cl Ignorant. enforcement offlcor, was mado today, days. Monday night and F. Gregory of feeders $5 6; stockors $3.50 05.25; will go from' there to Malmi, Ariz. of tho season nnd Tho Rev. William School began at Holbrook school-houBoard fools according to word received hero by wore the warmest "Tlio Federal Hcsorvo Louisville will do tho preaching and milch cows $20 55. George, Johnson, tho hot winds of Tuesday did more Monday, with Mrs. I. S. Mason Calvos Market active and steady constrained to say," thq lottor said, his brother-in-lasong sorvlces will bo In chargo of vegetation than tho on tops, but slow and lower on oth- as tcachor. has dem- - Pincvillo merchant, and J. G. Roll- - damago to crops and of Louisville. "that your action any other thnlo or four days of tho Prof. George Martin to Mr. C. Martin who has boon very onstrated the futility of discussions incs. United States Commissioner. Come and bo with U3. Everybody ers. Best veals $S down; medium good $3 5; common to medium $2 ill during tho past few days Is better Uednion was sitting on his porch long dry spell. of honor or with you on questions Tho rains seem to have been gener- welcome 3. at this writing. at St. Charles, Va acording to tho fair play." II. W. LANDRETH, Pastor. Tlnir ltnrnrn Wicclnton and family Hogs Prices steady ou light hogs; the niossago when ho was wounded by a al turnout this section of tho Stato, Mr. Williams' criticisms much moro rainfall was noted 175 pounds down at $11.50; others 0f Island spent Saturday night with board's handling of credit probloms alnglo shot fired from the wooded altho COUNTY HOARD noarhy communities thau foil In OHIO WIggtnton. as contained In the correspondonco mountains nearby. His condition la in OF EDUCATION 51EETS 25c l()wer. Best hogs, 260 pounds .Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Hartford, and other sections reported MUs Clifflo Dawson and Mr. Sam and up $10.50; 175 to 260 pounds! nnd ropoatod to the congressional serious. spent Saturday night with rola-ou- ts In 11; 175 pounds down $11.50; throw-!lo- iI Iledmon has been actlvo In Eastern less. commission wero chnractorlzed Tho County Board of Education, -i hogs, as tjvos at Heflln. revenue $7.75 down. Grassy Governor Harding's lottor as "Ignor- Kontucky, having been with with W. S. Hill, Claudo Ronfrow, It. CLEAR RUX. 90 pounds down.l Mr. C. Bell Is having a well dug and Stnto offlcors In practically all ant, lnaccurato and nilsleullng." A. Owon and Nat Llndley, members, woll as stock pigs, "Tim oblect soonis to have boon of tholr Important raids, and was ro- H. S. Howard, aro hard to sol! oeu at reduced price. 0n his placo. ro- - and Superintendent Wo havo had sovoral fine rains Sheep and Lambs Trade 25oj Miss Virginia Bell has returned moroly to mako a rccoul during your i garded as fearless contly, and it is to bo hoped that tho presont, mot Monday at tho County lowor aftor lato start. Bulk of host homo, aftor spending several days tennro of offlco of statinonis io oo Superintendent's offlco In a busy tobacco and co,n will come out and TO with friends In Owonsboro. lambs $10.50 down; seconds $4 ' handed to tlio public later," tie lot-- ir ALLIES ASK OERMAXY .. . . .i . -- . i rA -- .u AID TROOP MOVEMENT mako good yet. said in part, "as an appeal to Among many othor matters acted 4.50; best snoop i uown; uuur The meeting bolng conducted at NOTICE owe and wcth- and sympathies nnd not to Birch upon the Board ordered that the down. Ono deck host To tho Taxpayers of Prentiss and Dorlln, Aug. 3 The French' and Barnott's Creek by tho Rev. nnd Hefner, con ler lambs $10.75. reason." Shields, Is well attended, and already, claim of Sublett I or ono of Cool Springs precincts: Product1 ConHnrdlng letter further said British Ambassadors and tho Itallun Tho to tho tractors, erecting tho Cromwell Charge d'Affalres today delivered to thoy have had seven accessions shippers, tho J my doputles will bo at Prentiss MonBuying prices, not to solidated school building, be allowed that Mr. Williams' criticisms gener Pnriilcn Minister Rosen,- on behalf of church. ireigni aim urujB day, August 8th and at Shultztowu, ally wero "trlval, irrelevant or bus Lake of Washington, and paid. Tho Board provided for shipper paying Mrs. Ethol Tuesday tho 9th; at Cool Spring tho respective Governments, charges, aro: coptiblo of no doflnlto constructive: their was tho guest of Mr. Enimott Park tho borrowing of $7,500 on a Friday the 12th and at Wysox the 13, Eggs Candled 26c dozen. by tho and added that "a, note asking tho Gorman Government interpretation" noto to be executed ts. and wife, Saturday' night. spring to assess the property of said mno 10c lb.; Poultry Hens. Citifniinro to comnly with you can not io Mr. John Park, of Oklahoma, Is Chairman and Secretary, of tho troops across Please meet us at- - ono of transport of Allied was chickens 200 22c lb.; roosters 9c provision bo said a failure to challeugo your tho In Ohio County, visiting friends and zens' Bank. "Also, Germany. lb.; old ducks 12c lb,; turkeys 25c said places. purchase of threo .statements." made for the Rospoctfully, dozThe note declared that the situa- relatives. criticism of lending to As to tho vohlclos for pupils of tho lb.; geeso 6ctb.; gulnoas old $3 MIbs Alma Trogdon of Ploasant D. E. WARD, Tax Cora'r O. O. In Upper Silesia might at any consolidated school district, en. New York banks the Harding letter tion By L. T. BARNARD, D. T. C O. Co- sending of troops Ridge, Is spending the week hero jI Cromwell Butter Country 21c lb. said that out of "a disordered mass moment render tho with contracts awarded Frank Wal visiting relatives. necessary. of details and statements" forwarded ! STATE TO ACT ON nrtlnn" lace, Clevo Durgess and John Bur- - BRITAIN NOT IN ON ULSTER PROLONGS gess to furnish teams and operato pnp ADMCMCrTIMP SINN FEIN REPLY the transportation wagons at a price . DhLAY ... ...., .. , .,.., . c ranging from $2.00 to $2.2G per day, k .. - " 11 j - I I , sup-troll- or Hard-'Govern- or ro - 1 .... i" ch, "' . .'".. ro-pos" er beno-rolont- ly ..... Buiiu-oiiHii- I rol-lnter- al ss v" $1.-00- hard-worki- nd - No-Cre- se of ' sss-bIo- ii. pro-judlc- oa . -- - pre.-clnc- trans-nortatl- i new State, camo with high and con- FIGHT LOOMS IN JrjS scious purposes of achieving a great ERIN PARLIAMENT human end. Out of tholr voluminous HAKDING'S HOPE letters, memoirs, pulillc records and historical writings, wo constantly get lo Vali'rn To Oiirry Compromise irln. cIjiIp Against iitrcmi'tM' tho Impression of their deep convic3 firaTJST rvvfoi '.:. Demands, Itcport. dithey had boon called as tion Promising, vine thnt World Situation Instruments to accomplish a London, Aug. 1 Developments In work of supermost significance. President Says At "Hand of men alone did not build thei penco negotiations botwoen Prime Plymouth. what was founded here; It was but Minister Lloyd Ccorgo nnd leaders of tho visible sfgn, tho human symbol, of the Irish Itcpubllnans are imminent, i a purpose, which wo may not under- it was reported bore today, but Govit 1 1 7 M . w." r Plymouth Mass., Aug. 1 A hope stand, but for whose beneflcenco all ernment lenders refused to lift tho that the disarmament conference call- men must rIvo trlbuto of prnlso and veil of secrecy. There wore certain deed, by the United States may bring volco undying gratitude. We may ductions made from tho arrival In to tho world a now era of peace nnd speculate and conjecturo. We may Dublin yesterday of Art O'Brien, pres freedom was expressed by President seek to framo lnwa of human rela- ident of tho Goellc League In London, Harding today In an address hero tionship, by which to account for such bu tthey could not be verified. One rumor was to the effect thnt at tho tercentenary of tho landing results as here havo been wrought; of tho Pllgrams. to recognize Mr. O'llrlen v.t3 the courier who but at last we will havo Characterizing tho International that they are not for us to explain. would take tho Sinn Foln reply to Mr. situation "as mo,ro than promising," "Tho English speaking race had Lloyd George, while another story the President asserted that tho seed hardly established Itself In true char- declared that Esmonn (U Valera of common tolerance nnd understand- acter as tho foremost exponent of would himself return to London during planted by tho fathers hero was liberal institutions when It began to ing the jcomlng week and that is beginning" to bear fruit a thousand dlstributo Itself among tho wilder- - James Craig, Premier of Uls'or. was fold.ln the iclatlons iietwcen nations, ness of the earth. Even before liber also coming to t 'in city. sum ty had been secured for the mother It alio wrii reported that members ".A new hope looms today, the President. "Wo are slowly but country, Its soldiers wero adventur of tho Irish Republican Parliament, Start fresh ali over again at the beginning! G( very surely recovering from tho jnB ntu ,igtant parts carrying their which hi j been ejected to meet durpipe! and forget every smoke experience you ever had ing the coming week havo made ..i...- - munitions wiin tnem wiiMuv uiiu Bunuivn niiu UIIV.-that spilled the beans! For a jimmy pipe, packed rnngomonis n u ' - ..Ti10 conmiunlty of free people of preparations to recolvo a suddon call " Prince Albert It brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree of Peace Is bringing its now assurances, mr race whether , Ellropo or Am. to Dublin nnd tho Hrltlsh Governsold iti toppy red bagi, tidy red tint, smokejoy you ever registered! a revelation! and penitent realization and Insistent crlcili , AMca or Australa lmtler ment was declared to be ready to reJiandeemn pouni nd hall pound tin conscience yJII preserve, that peace. tho Northern or tho Soutllern skle3 lease Imprisoned nipmbera of tho Jwmidors and in the Put a phi in here! Frincc Albert can't bite your Parliament immediately afOur faith is firmer that war's cans. WM ,)cgun when Jamogtbwn and Ply- pound crystal state ter being appraised ot tho dato up humidor with tongue or parch your throat. Both are cut out by our may no iiiuiimi..i aim uu.B ,llouth Jvorp founded. It has carried on which the Parliament nould meet. cponga motttaner top. armament may be largely diminished. ,ts ,(1(a)g whcrovor it hna flot lt3 exclusive patented process. So, just pass up any old It was admitted ln Sinn Fein quarAnd thoo. ,..o, without surrender of Btandnrdt It hag won rocOBnItIon ot idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke a the nationality which has Inspired or thoM (lea,g ag the baaa or godal con-th- o ters that there was a considerable difpipe! We tell you that you caa an.l !uve the time good conscience which has de- - (luct of commtlnltv reiatlons, thru- - ference of opinion among members of of your life en every fire-u- p the Republican Parliament respecting if yofi play Prince Albert fpnitwl- out the world. Its work is not fin- for packing! "The international prospect Is ,Bhc(,f ,)Uti pray Go(,f t hag comt the concessions to bo demanded from more than promising and tho distress triumphantly thru Its determining or- - England. Some members were deWhat P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a nnd depression at home are sympto (,on, u C()mes fonh ,nm tmt tMt clared to be adhering resolutely to th'v demand for full national indepen home-mad- e ,, nnd hcartoned matlc of early recovery. Solvent fl- cigarette! Gee but vou'll have a lot of for further dence and for this reason predictions n- nanclally, sound economically, t(lflg; confl(lanti aMurcdt Pellant. were made fun rolling 'em wili Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch meeting of the that the rivaled in genius, unexcelled In in- - Nono qlloatlona oithoi. pmcQ or because P. A. is crimp cut and stays put! dustry. resolute In determination and ,tc r)ght of lea,lershlp. ffnV ,ioul)t t3 Parliament, when held, would probably develop some stiff opposition to unwavering in faith, these United (,estlny t0 egtabUlhf ndep that dlvlnc the leadors, who were represented as Stales will carry on." ursrrsfgi guidance which it has over recogniz- - being resolved to adopt a compromise In the course of his speech Mr. 0(li tho apIendld Btructliro of humnn mi gun na Harding praised particularly the part UPOthorhood ln peacearid understand- - measure. " It was maintained, however, that rcligious freedom and other New jn fcy I. '. ' ..iolIi " ' i. .Mr. de Valera ;.nd his Immediate col1CCO k.C. . Eng'and traditions had played in de- leagues retained control of the situaN.C. vciopment of the nation. Ho also the r.?.ioncl joy smoke save from the tion and would carry tho principle uf tool; occasion to deplore the common MBWCUJ3ntBBUJI.IUJI.Iill.lJIJliJliltLl.MBJijeaa loftiest peaks of human experience. compromise against the demands ot tendency to concentrate governmental , privilege ot extermists. lyoar wrote him that he w.s for a Jpon-- " With the exception ot tlm re- - " authority In Washington and to SEAL INDUSTRY BIG our gsnorallon to stand on one of I Manr.ua tt nattnna Tkn- li ,,.... ... . affirm his faith in roliglon as an es- buotn vOi.v ... Mil.lt'lin. liri HtU REVENUE PRODUCER not produced, however, ,T-though asked clubemph.is! which will bo designed Apply a cotton cloth wot with Balthose heights of the long ages, to . ook to o the attractiveness of sentlal elemont of good government. back over the pathways by which we lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, for. farm life for boys and girls the vaMomentous Oenturio. havo comc thus far to seo what outs, burns, soros or blisters, and Tho delegates indorsed the rious features will offer opportunity The Prosldent said in part: have boon the main traveled roads note its wonderful healing power. It Seattle. Wash., July 30. Uncle "blue laws" and pledged support for not only Individual competition .s prompt "It is not too much to say that the and what the and very effective. Price Sam's Treasury probably If we will will be en- to tho Lord's Day Alliance, which Is hut also county team competition. Apthree centuries which havo passed but let our minds record that which 30c, GOc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold riched to the extent of $2,500,000 by furthering that campaign. The con proximately $1,200 as prize money since men of our race camo here to our eyes tell us we will note that th" oy Ohio County Drug Company. m on record as urging "do-- has been offered for successful vention this summer's sealing operations in cency went found a new Statu have been tho landscape behind us Is and delicacy in conduct and exhibitors alono and $300 postthe Pribllof Islands, if the objective most momentous nnd the most preg- - vastly changed. It is not what it dress," and also announced itself a, ed ns team and Individual prlzo monof tho 1921 drive is reached. The nunt in all the progress of human "seemed when we wero passing ihru opposed to unchaste dances and the ey in tho livestock Judging content. t kind, it We Me that some of the routes f t slaughter of Pribllof seals has alrea- salo of cigarettes. The members want Girls' demonstration teams will comI dy begun, and the mark set for this "To this and tho Virginia shore which we supposed wero the high t fair treatment for native and foreign-bor- n pete for $1.10 In cash prizes. Thew year Is 110,000 skins. wero transplanted the seeds of re- - roads of progress wero the futile alike and deprecate evidence of arc a few of tho prices which aro inTwenty-eigh- t sponsivo democracy, tho new ideals ways of wasted efforts. Others, which thousand seals wero race prejudice in this country. cluded In the premium list which has killed on tno Islands In 1920, selling By JONATHAN BRACE of nationality through association and In the journey's heat and to'I we Proposed federal censorship of Iicf-- prepared for the Junior farmors - counted only as Its marches of an- for $1,400,000 and with the Increas- movies representation, and there has developXX. MISSISSIPPI meets i ed harvest this year, together with the Christian with the approval of ed seemingly tho most dependable guish, wc recognize as the short cuts State THE Missis- t a better price .officials of the Ilureau does tho plan Endeavor hosts, a.s also ever mat carried us quickly to loftier lonn in popular government t for a government de I witnessed in tho world. levels and safer positions. sippi derives r of Fisheries, which conduct the anr partment of education and public wel I nual seal slaughter on the Prlbllofs, "Whether we reflect upon the re- "We stand today before the un- Its name from t fare. According to convention speakstraints upon freedom which tho fa- - known, but we look to tho future the river t are optimistic. ers, teaching of morality should beMl the skins obtained from tlm which forms thers imposed, or measure the broad- - wjth confidence unshaken. There Is gin in the public schools. Hellof and 11s western Pribllof Islands this fall will bo protection or liberty under tho law of today, no retracing; we must forever go on. was urged for peoplo in boundary. shipped to Seattle by water, thence hero began the reign of dependable We welcome the theories wrought tho Bible lands. Opposition to the The woru itself comes from the to be sent overland by rail to St. public opinion which unfailingly is out in now hope, but we cling to the prohibition law was characterized as mlssl-sep- e which t Louis, Algonquin where they will he tanned and the law of highest civilization. Ono assuranco founded on experience. All means "great river." It Is popu- t sold "ooishovlsm and treason." The conat tho great annual fur auction vention may not say whether tho Puritans at that Is not bad; all that is to be will larly supposed to mcun "Father t called upon congress to make held there. homo would havo been able to work not be Ideal. We cannot lift tho veil of the Waters" but this Interpremore effectivo tho enforcement of the During tho, war Alaska sealskins out Mich a system If there had been to tho future, but wo can analyze and tation Is Incorrect. The state is IStli amendment. sold as high as $140 each, but $00 also known as the Bayou State no American colonies and tho colonial understand what has gono before. It In spite of the intdnae heat, 12,000 was the average price at tho 1920 from tire many bayous which lire irfluences to react upon tho mother is good to keep our feet firmly on the monibers marched In a "good citiformed by the shifting river. In sales. This ear, howovet, It Is excountry. Doubtless tho English revo- - earth, tho wo gazo In high hope for and later this connection It is Interesting t pected quotations will average about zenship demonstration" lutlon which camo soon after tho set- - human brotherhood, and high attaln- hiard Bryan eulogize Prosldent Hardto.note the uneven course of the t $75. tlement at Plymouth would have monts. ing. Bryan bolleves that Harding-nam- e Mississippi river. Though the The, first consignment of supplies come oven had thore been no settle- "just as the Pllgrams had a prac-I'c- .t extreme length of the state front t will sniuo day occupy as lofty a loaded at Seattle, was taken to the place here no Massachusetts Bay colo- - tical mind for material things amid the Gulf to Tennessee Is IttO In history as that of Lincoln no Virginia plantation. But It ffectivo pursuit of their higher ideals western border, duo t North Pacific Islands by tho U. S. S. Ho compared tho present miles, the executive' Saturn of the transport service, which speech ovor to the winding of the Mississippi is easy to believe that In tho long so must wo with our Inheritance, tho soldlor dead ln also had on board eight expert furriver, extends for nearly COO struggle a'er tho restoration, trade Guard Against World Superstate. with the famous Gettysburg miles. riers of the staff of the Fouke Fur fruits of tho revolution the strength- as these fathers drew .iiuiruss, ai me same time oprossIng The rivers play an Important Company, which firm acts as selling parliamentary institutions and gethor toward ample authority to part ln this state. They nre so t agents for the Pribllof skins. The ino nope that Harding will put wai the restrictions of royal prerogative mako tho nation and still preserve where numerous and tho country so furriers will assist in this summer's process Lincoln put slavory In the Pilot, v.j. numxe. uere helped by tho Influencs of co- - tho freedom of these who compose t. . KlllllfW.I in llrw.il flint flirt fl.'n,. of ultimate extinction. .....v,i.v ,u iiuvu ittut IIIU Hill operations. .Munrli-ste- r, V. II. lomal democracy. so must we guard against tho bu t ' bottoms cover nearly one I "th . -- . Included in the cargo of tho Saturn "I am In good health for tho first No ono will over dispute the large promo centralization of power at of the area of the entire staif. When you yawn a good deal In the tlmo in thirty years and I give Tan-la- c was considerable lumber for the Tho early history of Missis, jnrt New England played in tho rear- - homo, and the superstate for the of salt houses for the stor- daytime, feel dull, achoy and want slppl is yoked up with that of tho entire credit," said Professor of new standards of freedom, world. .More, wo must combat the Inr to stretch frequently it is an unmls-tnkabl- o C. J. lludlong, age of furs. Louisiana of which It originally n Tho early strugglos hero were con- - menace in tho growing assumption nnd highly symptom of malaria, and formed a part. Discovered by The vessel also carried water sysronpected cltUou of Manchester, N. II. tempoianoous with tho making of that tho Stato must support tho De Soto in 1539, It was not until you do southing at once you are living at 42 tem equipment and tho islands are School street. British constitutionalism and pie, Tor Just Government is meroly Ln Salle sailed down the rler soon to havo their own water system. booked for a spell of chills. Herbine "From tho time I was a boy I New World beacon was an incen-th- o the guaranty to tho peoplo of the and clnlmed this territory, which Tho Prlbllofs aro populated princi- is a chill modlcino that will provont couldn't sit down nml oat a meal with tlV and an Inspiration ncross tllO SOU riarllt nml niinnrtimltv of Mint nnnnlr. hr named In honor of his Trench pally by natlvos and it has always or cure tho diseao, It drivos out out bolng in misery ufterwards from and today Old World and New join to support king, Louis XIV, that u permathemselves. Tho one been tho custom to carry water long the Impurities on which tho malarial indigestion. During till theso years m lejolclng at the ends achieved. Tho outstanding danger of today is the nent settlement was established. germ thrives, strengthens the distances from wolls. In 170U the territory oast of brginning ot American llvor I wus afflicted with rhountatlsm, too. revolution tendency to turn to Washington for and cleanses tho bowels. prce GOc. It was all over my body, but especialthe Mississippi was ceded by the i .n f.tlrly be traced the larger part thing which nre tho tasks or tho the l'rwieh to the nngllsii. For u r a century from the date wo com- -, duties- of Whon tho baby is suffoilng tho Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. In ly bad In my feet, und legs nndxat Common-- i the forty-eigwhllo tho lower portion of the time J couldn't git from my bod to double affliction of hot wontUr and "'Dly rUwl for It to the great town wealths which constitute tho nation. STATK KAIU TO UK ItKCOKI) present state was called West my chair without holp. I was almost bowel disorders, tho romody Hooded r ' iin in the Old South Church, to Having wrought tho nation an the riorlda. After being captured OXi: KOK KAltM YOCXtJ.VI'KIJS a nervous wreck from all thoso year is McOoo'g Haby Kllxlr. It roducos Vi.'h.waa submitted tho diiestlon central nower of nreaarvatlon nnd de-by tho Spanish nnd Inter reof suffering nnd could not halt do my tho feverish condition, corrcts tho VI uier tne colony would aaneiit to I,fense, let turned to tho United Stntes, the iu preserve it so. Lexington, Ky., July 30. The 192 1 work. I hopod for nothing more than n stomach and chocks loosonoss of tho Territory of Mississippi was excharter reorganiiatlon that the '!' "Here was the oarly dedication to Kentucky Stato Fair which will be Ijiif-- ' demjinded. temporary benefit fiom Tanlac, us I bowels. Price 3Gc and COe per bot-tl- o. to Its present size nf tended religious liberty and political freeheld Septomber 12 to 17 will be ono square miles and In 1S17 It ' 'f the idea of religion freedom dom, It was a subllmo gift to posSold by Ohio County Drug of believed It the most eventful ln the history cine to glvo Impossible for any mediwns admitted ns the twentieth Company. v little to hupo for from the offort mo entire relief, but tlila m of Kentucky terity. We cannot better express our farm bovs and elrU if Is exactly slate of tho Union. At the time ewhat Tanlac has done. 'f Uie stern old rut hem iu act up a leverence today than by sweeping j plans being made mnterialixe, tho Mexican war, nllhouKh of aoconl- the ocroey in New Eugland. the idea aside the ortors, "For tho trst time since I oan tho failure, the CllltlSTLAX IJXDKAVOIt Cltl'SADi: ' called upon to supply ono regilu .". tiucwor. state leader ot I oat anything 1 want and .:ieal Iruodnia found here a par- - disappointments, the betrayals ot our ment of volunteers, Mississippi club woik from thoV'ollege of Ag- digest t rtilarly fertll It without trouble soil in which to I havon't and plant here for all America t , rosponded with enough men for "Givo us dliarmamont by agree- riculture who was rouontly d an aoho ' n ,eland all the world the standards of two. One of these regiments ment, If possible; by oxamplo. If superintendent of the State olghteen or a pnin und have put on The clash between the theocratic highest Justice and ral human pounds in woight. I Just was commanded by Jefferson Is tho plea left,wlth President Fair club department. Flvu feuturos Duvls, who later wns the presin i.iny on this Bide and a political brotherhood. This would udd to the Harding and congress by the sixth will contribute toward the succom feel good all ovor and onjoy life ns 1 dent of tho Confederate states. ni.winy on the other lesulted in the volume ot rejoicing on earth nnd give world's Christian Endeavor Union of the ovont. Those are a Junior ag- never did bofore. Having put Tanlai Since Its readmlttnnco to the Unto tho test I do not hosltato to se tl "motion of both, to the vast echo to tho heuvons of the uoblor convontlon which Just closed ln New ricultural club booth, un ion In 1870 Mississippi In" na oxhlblt of that It Is thu greatost medicine of of every human Interest aspiration mankind, of unltod tin it York. The session adopted as its livostook, foods and clothing tional elections has been a Demoby tho ngo for stomach trqublo .would dim no torch ot liberty which and rheuma-lsm.- " slogan. "A warless world by 1923!"boy8 and girls' demonstration cratic blnte except iu 1S72, when team "The nion and women who camo was lighted hero, but would set the it voted for Grant. Fred B. Smith, chalrmau of Its com- - contost a Junior livestock Judging - to found In a wildornesB, ucruiis world aglow with now hopes, Tanlac la sold in Hartford by Dr. by McClure Neipaprr Sndlcatt.) new con iiiiueo on tuuiiuiiH, creaieu surprise contest anu tho selection nf Hid.. L B. a thuisand leagues of ocean waste, a tlucnce. und new exaltation." u oiuuub mm. liuruing jast .ciuuupions in a number of club pro- - gists Boan and by all leading drug- ovoryvhere. Advertisement. EW PEACE ERA 7gvJMaTOyTwryWi, I ; ''i Kllrffv wfe 'if jW br''&4& ..! m You'll get somewhere with a pipe and RAj It's ..,. fyt ill Corj-rlcJ-- fe&s'im'ZT .,,.,,,, ,,,.,,,. by-pat- !&vtP iasK DppT jpa&tf s v i 1 llvi-sto- wlde-sprc-adl- ck 2hmmmmmm. The Story of Our States l rali I' EL-- n. Ho-bok- jst to-cu- well-know- iiu-lo- ss j ht ' .(J,-Sl- . -s-- ger-'da- y, - resip-pointe- noc-ossar- y" nt tf M PLAN HALF BILLION TAX CUT: AUTO LEVY i I Llfo slzo replicas of tho old "tin For Infanta nnd Children. FACTS ABOUT ASBESTOS. hat" of A. K. F. days will bear the vents Escape. -RSfiP riinnioH and sorvlco records of Illinois Who art of weaving tho mlnornl fisoldiers on trees of memorial highways of tho Btatc, according to a ber in asbestos, which Is ordinarily Aug. 1. While Indestructible, was Frankfort, Washington, Auk. 1. A federal decision of the Illinois departrediscovered at a tnx on automobiles nnd reduction of ment of (he American Legion. 200 prisoners wero attending Blblo comparatively lato period of civiliza Sunday evening In tho Stnto Re- tion. Woven asbestos wns" class Irnimiiortntlon taxoH by ono-linfor at rriMinr.-- .t PE CENT. used in Hit next year, nnd their repeal altoAVfc!au!cIYcpJMlion&rAs' Tho F. W. Galbralth Jr., Post of formatory chapel thrco convicts, J. tho ancient Pyre to preserve the royal ' r:i.;Alhr lT?c(5ula- gether u. year from now, woro recom- tho Amorican Legion of New -- York P. Murray, of Campbell county; ashes. Charlemagne Is said to have lintJlhcSlenwdfiaiBowlsrf mended to the IIiiiibo Ways and City la the first post named for the Frank McForland, of Fayotto county, had a tablecloth made of asbestos and TV S Means Committee today by Secretary Into national commander of tho Le- nnd Monty Guess, of Jefferson coun- to have cleaned It by throwing It into mtMmii.i.!" "THV" of the Treasury Motion, gion, to rocolvo Its chnrtor. It is ty, all white men, attempted to tho fire, which consumed tho dirt, TrphvfromoiintfDi&stlon oscapo from tho cell houso by going A tax revision program estimated composed chiefly of Leglonnalros atthus Illustrating In a spcctular man1 to rnlRO between $3, SOU, 000, 000 and tached to tho American Legion Week- thru tho ventilator pjpe which they ner ono of the most valuable proper-tic- s Cheerfulness anu kcslm-nor neither Opium.MorpWne $4,(300,000,000 In revenue- for the ly headquarters, Two other Legion found closed with Iron bars. They Tft YM. of this material. Mineral. Not Ancoi iv. present fiscal yoar and nt the saino Pjsts have organized In honor of the admitted this afternoon at a court of The fiber of tho best grade of asthey wero making a dash bestos is beautiful and silky tlmo reduce taxes $500,000,000 was Into commander, one at Cincinnati, inquiry that UttdOdmsMaam I and has (..VniaJ fumpun &n suggested to tho commltteo by Mr, O., nnd the other nt Rock Island, III. for llborty, McFarlnnd saying that ho great flexibility, elasticity, nnd ten-sll- o Vmn hail not arranged to escapo with MurMellon. strength, according to the United . JntsrSrIn addition to the automobile tax Tho first railroad to nnnounco re- ray and Guess but that when ho saw States Geological Survey, Department nnd reduction of tho transportation duced rntos for delegates to tho an- them slip up tho steps to tho top cell of tho Interior. It can he spun Into Itira SJ CanfinlSupr taxes, the admlnlBtmtlon's program nual convention of the Amorican Le- walk decided to follow nnd take a thread so fine as to run 225 yards to jijilrrjiwintnr on making an escape. When outlined by tho Becrotary Included tho gion ut Kansas City this fall Is the chnnco tho ounce, and as It, Is Incombustible a hninfiiiRcrticrfyfor following suggestions: Frisco. A one-cea mllo rato will tho men found that they were unable ns well ns a nonconductor of heat and Conslipalionand Diarrhoea. escape thru tho ventilator they at- electricity Repeal of the excoss profits tax. .,.. rwnrichncss and bo extended to all American Legion to and resists the action, of v Reduction of our taxes on higher men, their wives and others who arc tempted to slip back to their cells most ordinary acids, its field of use LossofSmep by the cell is large. The possible applications of but were caught In tho-nc- t Incomes. rcEiflUnlhercfiwnMnjnlawy. lumbers of the Women's Auxiliary. house guard. Increase of corporation taxes to 15 asbestos aro far from fully apprecat- racSinilcStfnati0 per cent If tho capital stock tax Is Two other prisoners, James B. Da- ed not only by tho general public, A trinl trip of tho "Amorican Le 'M, retained nnd to J 6 per cent If tho gion," tho new 21,000-to- n vis of Kenton county, and Eugene but by manufacturers who are in twln-screcapltnl stock tax Is repealed. jnxCENrAOTCowMT. pascngor-carg- o lens liner, of tho MunMin Wnymlrc, of Fayotto county, wero search of material for special uses Incrcaso In tnxos on clgarottos, ci- Linos, was the occasion for n gath- also caught on tho top walk of tho to which asbestos may well be applif NEW gars and tobacco. ering of Amorican Legion officials cell house, but denied that they were ed. Perhaps It is most generally usIncrease in first-clas- s poitngo rates from Eastern States. The trip last- nttompting to make their escape. ed to make fireproof cloth for theater making the rate on letters 3 cents ed two days'. It started from Cam- When questioned by Superintendent curtains. It has been used also for mid on postcards 2 cents'. den, N. J., and ended In Now York. Ilastln tuoy s.i.d hey had gone to making firemen's clothing. EveryA tax of 2 cents on checks. The Jiliip was built for tht United tin o:i v. tile to "look a omiil" final where In cold countries it is extcn- Hepeal of the soda and Ice cronm States Shipping Hoard by tho New ly admitting that they were there for jsively employed for covering furnace Exact Copy of Wrapper. W VOH CIT THfCCNTAUR COVfANV, --York Ship taxes Building Corporation. It the purpose of looking oter into the boilers and pipes to prevent loss oi sfiaHttPT'ftl i was allocated to the Mjinson line for woman s dej artme.t ot tho prison, Includes ItomN Ami Ships jheat. Asbestos is a good Insulator, jrvlcebotweou Now York and South Tho attempt to escape was made Mr. Mellon told tho commltteo It after the prisoners had been checked UIGIIT TO PUHL1SU ODDS was impossible to estimate now what America. in for the night. Two hundred or TO J1K CIVKX COUKT TEST the running expenses of the federal The 250 mombers of tho American more prisoners were releasd from government will be for the present LfKlon who tour France tills sumnior their cells to attend Bible class, but fiscal year. Detroit, Aug. 1. That betting odds Tho secretary Included GOO. 000.-no- ii as ciiMtsVf the Fronch Government, instead of keeping In line tho five men published by him represented his pertown of acknowledged that they failed to get sonal opinion ns to the merits of the for the railroads and $250,000,-Oii- o will visit tr, battle-scarre- d fur tho shipping board in his es- St. Die, well known to Americans who Into lino but slipped from Cellhouso various horses named and that he It In . i.,v.,t wii; nuiu A..riA.i timate of $4,000,000,000. The Treas- served on tho old Lunevlllo front. ... ... U'Ml.ll Mint. ,..r.M.. v.uiliillt:u IU wns nrivilcceil under thn Constitn- on will know within a short time, he Not many of.the defenders of St. Die Cellhouso A, where the ventilator was tIon to sct forlh nl8 option, was the n The Hartford Republican has made a special xuvy maue ineir way to contention of Louis Grosscup,.mana-th- o told tho committee, whether money knew at the tlmo that they were declubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial third cell walk of tho cellhouso, gor ot the AVolverlne News Company, must be ralsell for the railroads and fending the house In which America also just how much tho shipping got its name.In St. Die lived the they said, without being detected and m an apneal for rovcrsai of a jury.3 Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one Alsatlon monk, Waldsoe Mullor, fiuess nnd Murray admitted that If, verdict before Judge Wilklns board will re'qulrtf. Mr. Mollon in' year for the low price of the opinion to tho committee whoso suggestion it was that the the iron ban had not barred their Municipal Court today, In executive session that tho govern- Western Continent tnko tho name of way they would have made their es- Grosscup was convicted of viola- -' cal)e- ment would not need any money for tho navigator, Amoilgo Vespucci. j.tlon of the law forbidding sale of Murray, who was sent up for sev- - betting odds. Ho had invited the Ihe railroads if the Wlnslow bill, auTho Amorican Farm Bureau Feder- en years for thorizing the railroad administration March conviction In order to produce a test thru tho War Finance Corporation, to ation, with more than a million mem- 15 ,1921, attempted to escapo a short case for tho higher courts, where tho fund the railroads' debts Is enacted, bers, has joined hands with tho time ago by sawing tho lock off of caso will be taken should the appeal The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest solitary confinement where ho was bo denied. arjd tnat tho shipping boar.! will not American Legion In obtaining legisand best papers in the South and we hope to receive lation for the rolief of disabled sol- confined. mod a very largo sum. Moro than many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Tho committee was' told by Mr. diers of tho world war. Guess was In solitary confinement MKX OUTXU.MHEIt WOJIEX Mollon that it could bo .reasonably 1800 bureaus of tho Federation have at the same" time and Murray was seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in safe If It framed tho tax bill so that endorsed the- legislature program of caught in the act of filing tho lock A statement Issued by the census your subscription now. Don't delay. It would raiso approximately $4,000,-00- the Legion. on the door to the solitary In which bureau shows that tho United States Gtie-s- s was confined. Guess escaped Marshal Foch, who Is coming to from tho Oweu County road camp a as a whole has about 2,000,000 more The Secretary recommended that men than women. However, seven tho proposed federal tax on automo- tho United States this fall to attend short time ago but was caught less the national convention of the Ameri- than a mile from tho camp and re- states and the District of Columbia biles bo graduated from a minimum For County. Clerk: a preponderance of women. In ANNOUNCEMENTS of $10 on small cars. Chairman Ford-ue- y can Legion at Kansas City will meet turned to the reformatory. He was ,show ROY H. FOREMAN West Beaver tho District tho ratio is 87 men for In sent up from said later that if tho automobile the American Legion delegation Jerferson County In NoDam. For Circuit Judge If possible he vember 191G, for fifteen years for every 100 women. Although 2,000,-00- 0 tax Is levied It will carry a provision Franco this summer. ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. excess males sounds alarming, We aro authorized to announce requiring tho Issuance of a certificate will receive the Legionnalrs In the old voluntary manslaughter. SEP T. WILLIAMS R.ob Roy. every census has shown from 103 to R. W. SLACK house In which he was borne. The of ownership with each car to protect Davis is serving . two' years for MODE SCHROADER N. Rosino. 106 males to 100 females. This con- a candidate for Judge of the Sixth the public from purchasing stolen house Is in the Pyrennes and tho Le- grand larceny, having been received J. E. MITCHELL Dundee! dition is partly duo to immigration, Circuit Court District, of Kentucky, gion men will mark it with n mem- at tho reformatory April 2G, machines. 1921. E. G. BARRASS Hartford. qdds males to America and November election, 1921. orial tablet. Waymoro Is serving a two years' sen- which M. F. CHUMLEY I'lnns Siirlnv Cut. McHenry. takes them from Europe. But the m tence for The tobacco taxes should bo inJAMES A. TATE Hartford. provides For Commonwealth's Attorney Superintendent Ilastln said this af- chief cause is Nature, which Surgeons agree that In cases of creased to raise an additional $100,-000,0M. A. EMBRY Balzetown. a surplus from which to draw when We are authorized US announce Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the ternoon that he Intended to have tho annually, Mr. Mellon said. infant diseases more fatal to boys C. E. SMITH first treatment is most important. men and all others who escape or at- than girls), war and work have deThe incrcaso will be small. For Jailer: a candidate for Commonwealth's Atan efficient antiseptic is appli tempt to escape prosecuted to tho Mr. Mellon recommended that the When leted the ranks of mere man. CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2. torney ot the Sixth Circuit Court highest bracket of surtaxes on in- ed promptly there is no danger of limit of the law. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. Election NoDistrict, of Kentucky. m comes bo made 32 per cent. With the infection and the wound begins to JOHN T. KING Hartford. CITV PROVIDES WORK FOR IDLE vember 8th 1921.. normal Incomo tax of 8 per cent add- heal nt once. For uso on man or Sunnydalo. S. A. LEE beast, Borozono is the ideal antiseped to it, the highest tax on an inHartBARNETT L. TINSLEY I For County and District Racine, Wis., Aug. 1. Three huncomo would ho 40 per cent. Under tic and healing agents. Buy it now ford R. F. D. No. 5. Offices. bo ready for an emergency. For Infants and Children unemployed heads of families dred tho presont scheduli tho 40 per cent ifnd JOHNSON STEWART McHenry, to announce went to today on street, Sold by In Use For Over is reached on Incomes of $80,000 a Price 30c, COc and $1.20. Years park and work hereImprovements un- theWe are authorized following citiRoute 1. cemetery candidacy of the County Drug Co. m year. Tho presont maximum in in- Ohio Always McHenry NATHANIEL HUDSON mm como taxes Is 73 por cent. der a municipal work project, for zens, subject to tho action ot the Rethe was publican party in tho primary election Signature which a bond issue ot $150,000 WASHINGTON "We will bo ablo vto cut taxes For Tax .Commissioner August C, 1921: created by the city. $500,000,000 without any doubt," ROY F. KEOWN Fordsvlllo. o, men will bo paid 35 cents an Crops aro looking bad at present. The said Chairman Fordnoy, of tho Mrs. .Cliffle Hendricks and little SHIPPING OLD ISSUE hour, somo working sixldays a week after the mooting with SecrFor Representative. , For Magistrate, WITH U. S., mtlTAIN and others working but two or three etary Mellon. son, Wlllfnm Itlloy, of this place, IRA JONES Arnold. (Dl8trlct.No. 1) days, according to the needs of their The secretary told the committee, spent from Sunday till Tuesday with BAlZE Hartford. W. H. J. P. McCOY Hartford Route 8; Washington, Aug. 1. Controver- families. Mr. Fordnoy said, that tho govern- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wallace, ot I. S. MASON Buford. J. A. DOLING Upper East Hartl ' The project was originated by ment received $350,000,000 from the ft sy botween the shipping board and ford. ship owners over division ot members of the Racine Commercial viBritish Miss Verslo Newcomb of this Hale of surplus war materials. Mr. For Circuit Clerk: (DlBtrl"c No. 2 ) Mellon said there might be more sal- cinity, spent from Thursday until tho Egyptian cotton carrying busi- Club, and was backed by other pubFRANK; BLACK Hartford R. 2. W. C. KNOTT Centertown. vage than that, but placed the mini- Tuesday with friends and relatives ness already has figured In tho diplo- lic organizations, a special committee V. A. MATTJIEWS Fordsvlllo. ' matic exchanges between the two being created by tho Common CounFELIX SHAVER Coralvo'. in Hartford. mum at $350,000,000. O. N. STEWART Beaver Dam. governments. on cil to map out the programme. Communications Tho death angel visited tho home Tho tariff bill, It is estimated, will (District Nd. 3) Many of the men given employraiso a minimum of $450,000,000. In of Mr. tuid Mrs. Wm. Lako, of this the question wero exchanged nearly N. M. TAYLOR, Cool Springs. For County Judge: nddltion postal receipts for the yer, vicinity, and claimed their beloved' a 'year ago, but tho suggestion that ment were on the city's charity list. O. B. SCOXTr-PrenU- sB. . MACK COOK Hartford. Q. B. BROWN Simmons. it is estimated will bo $625,000,000. son, Ronda, who had been sick only punitivo soctlons ot tho merchant H. O. Pressor, head ot the United WINSON. SMITH Select. Tho now tax bill, thoreforo must eight days. His death was a great lharlne act might be invoked against States Employment Bureau here, will (District No. 4.C f W. S. DEAN Dundee. raise approximately $2,675,000,000 shock to his many friends and rela- British vessels promises, it was said obtain lists of men who have been R. R. WEDDING Hartford. J. W. CHEEK Askins. from internal revenue, Mr. Fordnoy tives. Ho leaves a father, mother, today, to develop further diplomatic receiving aid from the city and will (DlslUct No. C four brothers, ' three sisters, a wife correspondence to avoid the breach assign them to work according - to said. For County. Attorney. R. 5. JAMES'W. GRAY-lIartfor-d, their need, the size ot their families and littlo daughter to mourn his which might follow. '" ' OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. (District Nor.l.)'' Tho British contention In tho latest and their ability. Constipation la the starting point death, but ho was ready and willing J, A,, EDGthrDundee., If any men refuse- to wbrk when for many serious diseases. To be to meet bis Maker and has gone to official presentation of the caso was, i, For Sheriff. MACK MARTIN Sulphur Springs. healthy, keep tho .bowels active and await the' coming of wife, mother, in substance, that as the arrangement Jobs aro offered they will be taken GEORGE P. JONES Beda. under which Egyptian cotton was from tho charity list. (Dlatrclt, No. 7.) .. regular. Herblne will remove all ac- father and friends. O. A. RALPH Hartford. mm School will begin, hero on Monday, carried exclusively in British botcumulations In tho bowels and put J. WALTER TAYLOR CromwelL B. C. OIHOADS Bartlett. J. N. LOOSDON Rosine the system In primo condition. Price August 1st, with J, T. Hoagland or toms was a purely private one bo- PRESIDENT O. K.'s OWL VERDICT OAL, P. KEOWN Hartford. tween two corporations, the British GO cents. Sold by Ohio County Drug teacher, OARL M. TAYLOR Bpaver Dnm. "Word has been received that Miss government could not be held reThe question as to whether several m Co. For Constable. OICERO CROWDER Select mm Geneva Travis, who is in a hospital sponsible, nor would there be any owls which took up their abode in tho (DistrictNo. 7.) T. U.BLACK-?Mrtfo- rd. at Hvansvllle, Ind., Is getting along warrant for retaliation against all White House grounds should bo perAMERICAN TjKGIOX NOTES Rosine. R. II. BASHAW MALEN D. HEFLIN Coatortown. nlcoly, British shipping. mitted to stay or not raised wideWashington baseball team playod Tho Egyptian Cotton Growers' Pro- spread interest among nature-lovin- g One of tho many imprcsslvo cerein which tho Amorican Le- Mbcreek team at Riverside park Sat- tective Association, an association ot children throughout tho country. A fato of tho owls. Tho Jury 'decided that the owls must havo been put monies gion delegation will participate on urday afternoon. Washington was individuals over which the British "trial" was arranged by the Ameri- that the owls may live at the 'White there for somo usoful purpose, and thoir trip to France this summer will tho winner by the score of 18 to 17 government exercises Bo control what-- . can Forestry association and a school House. In accepting the verdict tho that ho would "grant them a of tho Dolbert Newcom landed a homo run. ever, it was said, had contracted with boy Jury was appoluted to settle the presldent.volced his approval saying to tho laying of a corner-ston- e ro-cc- nt Half Off Of Rail Tariff, Two Cent Tax On Checks Also Expected. new brldgo to span tho Marno nt y Chateau-ThierrTho new struc " ture will bo known as "Point in honor of tho lalo Theodore Hoosovolt nnd his eon Quonrln. Tho latter foil In combat near Ubntcnu- Thlorry, Roo-veil- FLIGHT ATTEMPT OF CONVICTS FAILURE . Break Line In Bible Class; Ventilator Ears Pre- certain I'rltlsh shipping lines to car ry nil of their cotton nt favorable ratos. Tho British and Egyptian governments, are In no manner par ties to tho ngreoments, it wns added, and they ere not, tho British author ities contend, subject to regulation by the government. jKKjLVft--CVniAfrt: KJ mWmta ffiSiS', - , itmrmmjtLi '' -- .rv. 4',ct --H33'kO"j"-,k"t'i 'aSJSrr-1- 1 . tl WSb f?"V. soU'Ci.uuihuii.i in mn llr.inmn rNA-Hr.TJIi- tUVAMLn- - " w- ... fv: "! '" I fc. MB m -- m. v nmniw "' , " MtXHMWfltjv H h m a w KTU fl un m n ic in (El H 1 M 3$ 0 ft $ fl mk m Kim BMC 91 KM mi fci mi i'.i nicin ital u m '' HU rrm w Dfl K, lf I I M5K: mi "rf Mothers CASIDH U Know That Genuine Cstoiia Always Bears the Signature, jr tf . - m ( hX Xj Use For Over u"j ny ui-uit- ' j storo-breaki- $1.75 - 0. house-breakin- g. 00 CASTOR 30 A 7&&5 cou-mitte- Cen-torto- , . " - j The Hartford Republican Mr. Stclninetz, of EvnnsvllU' Published Weekly by HAllTKOllD PltlNTINO COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLKY, Editor nml Business MnniiKor. Entered according to law nt the Fostofflce. Hartford, Ky., as uali matter o( tho second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to Subscribers desiring tho paper Bent o a new address must glvo the old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c per lino for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thnnks, le per word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautro, money (a advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per but other advertisements, ... word. win Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual FRIDAY,. C9 notice to subscribers Miss Vivian Evorly of Mcllei.ry, spent from Thursday until Frldnj, Corn and On Evorly with Mitt-oMrs C. B. KV-- .r y and children spent Kiturdny and Sunday with rd-- ) j ntlvog nt Nelson. Mr Kftll Fulkorson who has been sick for somo time, Is no lieHcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hndon Moremvi of wore guests of Mrs. Morc- mnn'b brother, Mr. Clancy Hnrriuu and Mrs. Harrison, a few days lat week. Mr. nml Mrs. It. D. Robertson and children of "Pond Run, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wood. Crons in this vicinity nrc greatly. ' damaged by the dry weather. Mra T it. Richardson has returnod to her homo at Bowling Green,' after spending sovoral weeks with ' friends in this vicinity. Mr. Vivian Miller Robertson of Echols spent from Friday until Sat urday with his aunt, Mrs. J. II. wood. s Is tho guost of his Owen Jones. daughter, Mm. WKBMM T I REPUBLICANS I Urge You to Vote j For Sep T. Williams .Rflu wl& &i KTwmX ft rP9-Vn- .. x CGwwP H FOR Couety Court Clerk He is worthy and competent. JASPER N. LEACH, Cromwell, Ky. - BASEBALL BRINKS. The Rlversiders wero a real river side team Sunday, but It was "Ohio ..AUGUST 5 Riverside." Glendon Stevens twirled the cleanThe Frimary tomorrow will bo the est game Sunday that he has pitchchief event with a lot of citizens in ed this year. The damp weather Ohio County as well as elsewhere. seemed to lend his twisters additional curve. He struck out fifteen men Ladies and Gentlemen : In the death of Caruso the world and allowed two hits, winning from most famous tenor of You are invited to vote for me as a candidate for ha3 lost the the locals 5 to 1. nil limes, none greater could come to the Republican nomination for County Judge. My vocal music lovers, who will mourn Rogers and Beanie Espy were Buzz name appears second in the Judge's race on the official his death. He had reached the plna-cl- o the hitting stars for Beaver Dam. ballot. In his profession, at the foot of Each garnered himself a home run. This is my. last appeal to the Republicans to make which had sat millions in audiences Both hit at opportune times. performed to. me your nominee and ask that you place tlie County's he had business in the hands of a man who has the legal and Joey Aulbaih, the Louisville star It is the duty of every voter with- who twirled for Hartford, showed ho practical experience and familiar with the County's in the County to attend the primary was a real pitcher. Ho struck out needs. My past record as County Judge is open for election to be held tomorrow. Exer- six men and allowed seven hits. The seyour inspection. cise the privilege granted you of Rlversldo team failed to hit behind I realize that misleading and extravagant claims lecting those who are to go upon the him and consequently his was the ticket for the various offices to serve lesser score. are being made in an effort to change the result, and, I during tho coming four ask the good people to be diligent in offsetting these reGus Leach the gent from Morgan-tow- n, ports. American A trial of the Chicago displayed his wares behind the Thanking you for your many kind expressions, I Baseball Players who were charged bat for the Beavers Sunday. Gus has am conspiracy and throwing ball improved one hundred per cent in the with Your friend, games in the 1910 world's series, to last three or four games. His catch Cincinnati, resulted In acquittal for ing Sunday was faultless. R. R. WEDDING. each of them, by tho jury. Notwith-btandin- g the verdict of "not guilty" Eddie Duke is back home and will as rendered, there is no doubt of the pastime around first for tho locals fact that 7S per cent of tho people the rest of tho season. When "Pap" Judge J. Wise Hagin and released on upon tho who express themselves $5,000 bail. Williams rolls In, the local team will STRAY STREAKS subject believe the deposed players to have a mighty sweet infield. Duke, Mann, a tenant on n farm owned evidently be guilty. That opinion is by Fletcher's father. Lynch Fletcher, first; Taylor, second; Crowe, short; (By Fluko McFluko.) held by tho owner of the team as well and Williams, third. is alleged to hae had trouble with as by Commissioner Landis, as they the latter. Ho is said to havo Joe Thomasson says Lute Easter-da- y threatened the elder man, who was havo announced that tho Indicted, The Beavers lost to Island at Beabrought a load of 7 watermelons unarmed. Young Fletcher approachbut freed men, shall not be reinstat- ver Dam Saturday 5 to 4. CIssel Acquittal by a jury does not alto town a few days ago, and that be- ed at this time, nnd, it is said, fired ed. twirled for Beaver Dam and from all G and 8 of them were green. ways clear. his as Mann was about to shoot reports was going at full speed, with tween Inside. father. first class stuff all the time. At this late day a survey of the We've been carrying our shake-han- d LODGE NOTES. situation forecasts a large Republi'Hamp' Render, the star third Backpast in a sling some weeks An adjourned session of the lo"al can vote in the primary to be held er for the Beavers was injured durtomorrow, yet all Indications point to ing the practice prior to the Saturday whenever possible, in order to retain Lodge K. of P., will be held at Castle to a quiet and orderly election, as Is the game when a batted ball took a bad sufficient life in said paw, two be able Hall next Wednesday evening at the candi- usual hour for tho purpose of receivgeneral rule in this good County of hop and landed in his left eye. Tho to write.There is one or have eye Is In a bad condition and will dates who have not shaken our hand ing tho report of tho auditing comOhio. All of the candidates made a thorough campaign. The keep him out of the game for somo and scarcely spoken to us during tho mittee. Installing the officers, whole campaign and wo are going to the rank of esquire and the disvoters ought to be fairly well able to time, but it is by no means serious. upon their reward them tomorrow for letting us posal of such other business as may . aay as to whom they desire ticket; as ithe measure of each candined attention. Phelns relieved Patrick in the nlone. I At the session held Tuesday night date, has been taken by the larger seventh and handled Aulbach's curves Parke Taylor talks Chevrolet, two candidates were initiated in the portion of Republicans of the Coun- with much better grace than did ty. The Campaign qualifications and Patrick himself. Phelps looks like a thinks Chevrolet, exhausts llko a mysteries of the rank of page. Tho local lodge, F. & A. M. con.ability .of, a candidate to secure for million dollars behind thebat. Parrot Chevrolet, in fact, it's Chevrolet or, himself votes suffipiont to land a was on hand Sunday in case of an ac- nothing with him. It was reported ferred the second degreo on two cannomination is "most generally evidence cident to show the Beavers how to that a man was in town the other didates Monday night and will met In or tho fact that he is the strongest miss them. It's too late now, but wo ,ay who had o couple of thousand dol- special session tonight for tho concandidate, and, 'therefore, presumed heard it whispered that Parrot could lars he wanted to bet on the election ference of th o iddthmprr.aeo and Parke started seaiching for him ference of the third degree. to be the choice of the pople, and as have beaten Beaver Dam. with the exclamation that one who a consequence enabled to make a had that much money should have a BABV DIES stronger race in tho final election. The McHenry second team won a Orene, tho nine weeks' old child Don't 'fall to go to tho primary and fast game from Cromwell Sunday, 1 Chevrolet. vote for the candidate of your choice, to 0. of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ross died at We have kept Bat Nail's name out their home In Centertown, Sunday at the man best qualified and capable of of this column for such a very great noon, of Intestinal affection. fcerving all whoso officer he is to be, The Anglo Milling Co. team will Funeral services were conducted elected. When you havo done this play the McHenry Majesties, Sunday, length of time, he's got so ho will it hardly speak to us and never comes from the home and burial took place you havo performed a service, not at McHenry. Into tho office for ice water more at Centertown on the day following at ' only for yourself but to the County than five or six times i'ach day Bat 11 o'clock a. m. us well. Nothing short of such serBeaver Dam plays Beechcreek Satsays vice, if reasonably convenient, Is a urday at Beaver Dam and Sunday at Is a stickler for saving and he is afraid we may havo some to go fair compliance with the duties im- Beechcreek. Beechcreek! has one of TAXES NOW DUE ' t. posed upon us as citizens of the the very fastest teamB In Western to waste Tax Bills for 1921 have community, in which wo reside. Kentucky. The result cf these two Even an Editor has a few things been placed in my hands for Vote, and if you fail in your selection, game's will bo looked forward to with to be thankful for: The dog days then fall-i- n with the majority. much Interest by tho fans of the and the primary will soon be behind collection You are request county. us. then, too, while 'occasionally ed to call and settle so that CERAIiVO. somo guy, ovcrzealous for the welget the matter The Rlversiders go tb Masonvtlle fare of the community wants to horse- we may both Mr, L. P. Lambert of Horse Branch Saturday and will play either Mogg or whip him, yot no one ever thinks of behind us. Early settlement ' iJpcnt a iew days last week with his Falls of Rough on the ideal diamond exsuing an editor for debt-co- st will save trouble, don't neSunday. daughter, Mrs. Ida Barnard. pended wlihout return, you know. In Misses Lorehe, Meta and Electra Pay now. nbove glect this matter. to the advantages addition Audrey Baize, one of Hartford's Evorly nave returned homo after beenumerated, there's Will Brown, S. A. BRATCHER, ing' the guest of their cousins, Misses youngsters, and a very promising ball TTnJkf (T1UI Vnonn nnr! n fnw other v. . Sheriff Ohio Co. Vivian, and Mae Everley of McHenry. player received a broken nose Satur x;&v"rvc,. occasionally r i Jui iuicu mm seuis woo Miss Elouise McRay, of Hopkins-vill- e, day when ote of the Washington bo; lined a drive through thebox a rl',rti""V.o irnlo in lnnvn tVin . visited friends hero recently. fnllflr'B ANNOUNCEMENT QVW W .W.,. VMW M., Baize Mrs. A. B. Evorly and children and . . was unable. to .dodge. itT&yo VH'H1M m nt ihn nannr whom he dOCS Wo are authorized to announce O. . ; iir' fr. . . 'Mrs. E. d.. Hoftln'and llttlo son spent uaizo was pitcmng ipr lues c&l Heoni h i ST ihUfeSHIIk B. CARDEN aa a candidate for the 'Salurd'ay and Sunday with their sister ond team against Democratic nomination for Sheriff of team. The local boysS&erH Mrs. Ulus James, of. Centertown. Ohio County, subject to tho action TjglCIIER KILLS MAN School opened' at this place Mon- by approxlpatety 44 FROZEN CREEK of the primary election, August 6, NEAR O'-.- . 'V " day', "with- - Miss Ethel Russell,-teache- r. 1921. M)STj STRAYED OR STOLEN ... Jackson, Ky., Aug. 1 Fied FletchMr. arid Mrs. CapeM4wfan4 ss t-t:., .. ERNEST E. BIRKHEAD has auuunus uiu, er, 2C, school teacher, shot and killwiyjmaro auom children of West ProvJdejpen thorized us to announce bla candidaSunday with Mrs. MaddoVJP' ...?, sho'daU found. The mare disappeare- ed Instantly Sam Sann, 30, at Froz- cy for tho Democratic nomination " Call en Creek, six miles from hore, this d-. Wednesday, July 20, 1921. 'Mr. John Barnard. subject morning. Fletcher came to- - Jack- for Sheriff of Ohio County, FAUQHT, Little Miss Nora Clarion Everly, or notify ARTHUR was giv- to tho primary election, August 6, son and surrendered. Ho McHenry, Route No. 1. of Rock'port, spent last week with 1921. (Homo 'phone.) en an examining trial before County lier aunt, Mrs. Emma B. Fulkorson. Gtlpd. yc-ir, con-feriover-nigh- IO THE VOl Kits OP OHIO COl'NTV: i i oiir iiipnrt for the nomlnat Ah a lwt appeal to you for County Clerk, I want to say that I am confident t lint I will be the n of the Republican Party and that, if nominated. I will bo miro of c.diou In November, for 1 have conducted m cimpaign In such a manner Hut I for am sure that none of my opponents will have anything but host wL-my success in November, and 1 feel that I will lie entitled to tho suppoit of all of them, anil the entire Republican Party. As I have said aboe I am confident that when the ballots hav been counted it will be found that 1 am the nominee of the Republican Part) for County Clerk, for 1 hau some of the best men In each and every precinct d of the oters who havo promised mo their support, for me, and if vote for me on Aug. Cth, I can not be defeated, nnd I want to mnke a special appeal to all of my ft lends to be not deceived by any last day or hour reports ,for I am in to win, and will not give up until the polls close and tho vote has been counted. And now I want to make n special and ilnal appeal to nil of you who had boys who offered their servlco In tho protection ot America and of American Homes, and the womanhood of the greatest Nation on earth. I slept In the mud and rain for you, with no ono to caress mo but tho friendly "Cootie." I say I did tills voluntarily for my Country and for you. Now won't you show your appreciation of this by going to the poll and voting for me? I am sure you will, and I want to thank you for doing that In advance, and assure you that it will be fully appreciated by me, and I will be tho next Clerk of the Ohio County Court. Sincerely yours for tho success of the Republican Party. JAMES A. TATE. (Political Advertisement.) i ht one-thir- THE UNIVERSAL CAR We can now make immediate delivery on Ford Cars. The first time we have had sufficient Cars to fill our orders since early spring. Take advantage of the remaining motoring months of this season. jEf W , "'U-VMHT- teWj (&? it Beaver Dam Auto Co. . I Beaver Dam, Ky. V w spend'rg her oils, . August Specials After our sale we always have many short lengths odds and ends in piece goods left. In order to make a general clean-u- p we are' placing on sale this week, at special prices some Merchandise that should appeal to you this excessively hot weather. 50c Voiles at 30c Ladies' Vests .$1.25 Child's Romper Suits $1.75 Men's Wash Pants $1.50 Boys' Wash Pants $2.00 Men's Heavy Overalls $1.25 Men's Work Shirts 15c Men's Work Sox 50c Men's Lisle Sox $1.50 Men's Union Suits 20c Apron Gingham 35c Dress Ginghams 35c Dark, Percale $3.00 Georgette Blouses $1.50 Organdy Blouses 10c Jap Fans $12.50 Men's Oxfords $6.50 Women's Strap Oxfords $2.50 Men's Fancy Shirts Silk' Shirting $2.00 $1.00 Value Silk Lisle Hose 3G-inch Mnry Kills nf Alexander, Is Kcvornl days In town with Mcn. Steve, W. E. nntl Howard Kills mid tliclr families. Mr KJE22W Mr. Ernest Tracy of Louisville, has been visiting old flinnd- :'t ir.utfo-I- . IiIb former home, a r.'v ('.ay; t: . week. Mrs. James Lyons who hns been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jeff Wnttcr-so- n anil Mr. Wntterson of Ashley, III. returned to Hartford Wcdnosday. AMONG OUR Autumn Creation: we have numerous fabrics and fashions for this season (hat will appeal to the young man. The lines of design are slightly ac centuated but not too bold to offend good King .of Mr. mid Mrs. Chnrllo Louisville, will spend this week end with Mr. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnu. T. King, city. Mrs. William Wydlck, of Madlson-vlll- c, Is visiting her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman and other relatives lu Hartford. Mrs. Luln F. Coppngo left Tuesday for Hrnggndoclo, Mo., to make an extended visit with her son, Mr. Marl M. Coppngo nnd family. Kldied Crabtree sold his house and lot, located on the corner of Union and Mulberry streets, Mondny, to Wilson Shown, of Route 3, Hartford. "Mrs. Edith Sanders and chlldern, of Covington, are guests of Mr. Amos Carson and Mr. and Mrs. U. S. 29c 25c $1.00 $1.50 $1.00 $1.50 95c 10c taste. 36-in- ch 25c $1.00 10c 20c 20c $1.95 95c 5c $7.95 $4.95 $1.95 $1.00 50c Needle Molded" Clothes Tailored to your Measure in Cincinnati by Miss Clarice Ward, who has been spending two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dlllls Ward, of Nocreek, returned to Detroit, Mich., yesterday. Mrs. J. 1. Goodman and daughter, Mips Lou, and grandchildren, Eliza- THE GLOBE TAILORING CO: are the work of experienced and skilled "Needle Masters," very agreeably following the most recent style creations and are tailored from pure wool fabrics only. The important thing for you to think about is get here early enough to make a satisfactory selection of the fabrics. Better come in TODAY. beth and John Allen Dean, spent the week end here, guests of Mr. Mrs. Van Rudil of Owensboro, is spending tho woek hore, with Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook anu Mrs. Murpbreo and other Henderson v friends. Mr. Ira Dean will leave Sunday for Louisville. Mr. Dean hns purchased a building lot in the city and will commence the erection of a resi- appreciate your patronage. Call and see us through August. New Prices. Radical reductions in all departments. "We i dence at once. Collins is doing Miss Kennedy stenographic work in the office of Barnes & Smith in tho absence of Miss Mildred Stephenson who is away ou her vacation. COOPER BROTHER Beaver Dam, Ky. . . i . The ladles of Goshen wll give their Kates of Llvermoro was Annual Ice Cream Supper at Goshen In Hartford a day or two tin week, Church on Saturday evening, August on business. 13th. Come, briug your friends and AUGUST 5 FRIDAY, enjoy tho evening. Mr. Charlie Shown of Fordsville, Miss Elois Ross of Henderson, Mis. was a visitor at this office while in PERSONAL NEWS G. W. Brunton of Memphis, Tenn., town Monday. AND SOCIAL EVENTS and Mr. Kirby Park of Central Groye, Is havo been guests this week of Dr. Miss Eniille Dell of Buford, Portland Cement at ACTON BROS. spending this week with Mr. 5- - L. and Mrs. J. D. Tappan. King and family. Mr. Powell Tichonpr was host at Mrs. J. 13. Tappan spent Wednesday Mr. Marvin Dean who has been a lawn party at his home near Cenin Owensboro. spending a few days with relatives in tral Grove, Wednesday night. A Mrs. Mclvln Drowning, of Russell-vill- o, Hartford, will return to bis home In largo number of young people were present to enjoy the occasion. is visiting friends and relatives Akron, Ohio, Sunday. here. Mr. Charlie Carter of Narrows, will Mrs. Everett Tlchenor and Miss Mako that old house new with Red Mnttio Kuykendoll, Centertown, are leavo next week for Fonda, Iowa, whore he will Join Mrs. Carter in an visiting friends and relatives in Spot Paint. oxtended visit with their sons, Messrs. Ind., this week. ACTON DnOS. Earl D. and Herman T. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Daird havo repaid Mr. Dan Mitchell of Dells Run, LOST Package containing blue this office a visit Wednesday, while turned here from Missouri, and are guests of Mr. Dalrd's parents, Mr. georgette crepe dress. Left on M. H. in town. & E. train Monday evening when own and Mrs. James A. Daird. er got off train at I. C. Crossing. Re Graham, visMr. Arthur Leach of Mr. Arthur Petty of Henderson, turu to this office and receive reward ited friends and relatives in town was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Sunday. Miss Artie May of Louisville, spent I R. R. Wedding and Judge Wedding last week end hero with her sister, from Tuesday until today. Mr. Charles L. Ilardwick of ChicaMrs. Arthur Kirk and Mr. Kirk. Miss go, 111., visited friends In Hartford Mr. E. P. Thomas and daughter, May and Mrs. Kirk went to Dawson this weok. Mrs. E. G. Schroeter, went to Louis- Springs Monday, returning yesterday. ville Tuesday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mr. E. Y. Park of Central City, Mrs. S. T. Hunter who is 111 at the camo up Wednesday to spend a few Jas. P. Thomas a few days. home of her daughter, Mrs. Erk days wih relatives. and Mr. "Fulkerson, of Mrs. H, C. Kailer and children, of Is In a dangerous condition, Mogg, returned to their home MonMiss Ruth Riley of Owensboro, arE, and her recovery is considered to be rived In Hartford Tuesday to spend day after a short visit with Mrs. doubtful. G. Schroeter, ot Hartford. several days with relatives. The Hartford Republican Mr A M Have your tires repaired at W. D. GENTRY'S Vulcanizing Shop, Beaver Dam, Ky. 4t4 Miss Mildred Stevenson left Hartford Tuesday for Chicago, 111., where she will visit friends and relatives during tho next ten days, when she will go to La Center to spend some tlmo with her parents, before le, Since tho consolidation of the two Companies, tho work of our operator In order to give Is greatly increased. servico we will hereafter better you to call by number. Farmers' Mutual Telephone Co. J. P. CASEBIER, Mgr. 4t3 MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED SINCE OUR LAST ItEPORX Ful-kers- on Ma-tanz- John Wallace, Simmons, to Maude Embry Craig, Balzetown. Herbert Wilson. Horse Branch, to Monle Jewell Park, Horse Branch. Elbert Phelps, McHenry to Emily Smith, McHenry. James E. Lee, Hillside, to Bessie Sullivan, Rockport. James, S. Bell, Hartford R. 4, to Mabel Ward, Hartford . 3. J. H. Bradshaw, Centertown, to Irene Ford, McHenry R. 1. Walter Brown, Newport, to Carrie Wlnterman, Newport. L. J. Plckcrell, Hartford R. 2, to Jennie May McDowell, Hartford R. 2. mm Ladies and Gentlemen : I have made a clean, honest fight for the Republican nomination for County Court Clerk of Ohio County. I have kept myself free from all factions and lineups, and have tried to see every voter. There are many, of course, that I have been unable to see. , I greatly appreciate the courtesy and hospitality and support that has been extended and promised to me and sincerely trust I may have your influence and your vote at the primary. J. E. MITCHELL. Messrs. John H. and Fonza MIdklft An unusually largo crowd was in of 'the of Sunnydalo and J. D. Wedding of town Monday, in attendanco Barrett's Ferry, were, visitors dt this August term, County Court. office while in town Wednesday. Miss, Susio May Is nursing Mrs. S. Dr. Sam H. Heavrln and Marlon L. T.. Hunter, who is 111 at the home of Ileavrln ,of Owensborp, were guests her 'daughter', n'oar MaUnzas, Friday night and Saturday of Attorney and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, City. Mr. Prank Foreman of Narrows, .was. a guest ot his son, Prof. Roy II. Mr. Gilbert Holbrook and two chilForeman and Mrs. Foreman, dren of Owensboro, 'spent from Saturday until Tuesday in the city, guests McKinney of Deaver of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Holbrook. Miss Virginia Dam is visiting her grandparents, A balcony is being placed in the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur of this store of Carson & Co., which adds city. greatly to tho appearance of the well an affording much needi Mr. and Mrs. Ton Schroadr, of house as of this ed room. City, spent the "rat . Central week with Mr. and Mrs. B. Crabtree, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Daird ot ! City. Doonvllle, Ind., arrived In Hartford Monday and will spend several days Mrs.. Dowoy Ward and child ot Ow' ' spending this week in with relatives here and with Mr. onsboro, are parents, Mr. and, Mrs. E. C. Hartford, guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dalrd's Daird of the Shiuklo Chapel country. 'K I Crabtree. ,., j. Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and children, SAIiE NOTICE Mrs. A. W. Mills and daughter, Miss Gustine, will go to Qwensboro tomorBy order of the Ohio County Board 'with relarow, tovspend the week-en- d of Education tho school houses at tives. Mr. Gillespie will Join them Cromwell and Oak Grove will be sold Sunday. at public auction at 1 P. M., Friday. Aug. 6, 1921, at Cromwell, Ky., to Messrs. Oscar Bennett and Hinton highest and best bidder. The Leach went to Owensboro Wednes- the County Bocrd reserves tho right to day, returning that afternoon, night reject any and all bldo. and the aezt morning, the prolongaSix months time with ap- -' Terms: returning was duo to a contion ot proved sjKusiW,' trary "Ford." OHlOiAHMffirttanD OF ED. 5t2 The Ohio .County Fair will bo held SeDtomber 15. 16. 17. 1921. Lets mako this the greatest Fair ever held SLACKERS Get your stock rea In Ohio County. wi-asdy and havo It In condition to show New York. AuB.BK-b- j Nfii39 5t2. at the Fair. vltz. of Brooklyn, tw flrl Baptist Congregation has 0( in tho Government Blac'EerfhUs to Tho granted their pastor, Rev. Russell be tried here by courmartlal,was Walker a month's vacation. Rev. sentenced today tp serve pne year in pay Walker left Wednesday for Sbreve, a military prison ana .forfeit all sevoral day's with his fath- nnd allowances from the date of to spend i,.., vi., UUV.UUU iUHJ er and family. LOOK .IlVi You are on the right road to get sefwbe. ' Lk, n HvSwffcSecraary. IOWN & JARNAGIN'S GARAGE jvAWMain Street LV v'JK vyuwnPwiL ' . ?M .rfH4Kmrw7lr KENTUCKY. ..i nit J s y FARM DEPARTMENT. foi-lo- r JH.Touiil Trier I'nld I'or Ornln of In- - enlng nml sugar nrts added. After Oxford, Miss., Aug. 1. Itoss Brnw-e- r I Quality. tho fruit ts put In the shell nnd the is hold by tho Fedoral authorities "While equipment for cleaning and i edge moistened, tho raw top cnut Is horo following an Investigation by conditioning grain Is expensive conn-- 1 added nnd carefully tucked In, the Illinois Central Railroad officers, in try elevators will find that Its use plo Is baked In the ordinary way. which It was nlloged that n conspiracy-existefrequently Improves tho quality of the to intimidate nnd drlvo from grain and Increases Its market value, 'stored Potatoes Need Air To Check their positions negro firemen and of Hays specialists of tho Bureau Sweat Injr in Illn brnkomon employed by tho Illinois Markets, United States Department Central nnd Yazoo & Mississippi .ValIt Is a bad practlco to stare Sometimes grain of Agriculture. ley Itallroads. In large bins or plies, tho United comes to tho elevator In poor condi- States Department of Agrlculturo ad Four negro firemen have been shot tion, often being dirty, dusty, or with vises. Not Infrequently potatoes aro livly noun: s. nnd killed and a number wounded as lgh moisture content, and unless the piled to a depth of 10 to 15 feet, the a result of the alleged conspiracy, quality Is improved "by cleaning or pile being correspondingly largo In Mrs. Anna Cundlff nnd children special ngents of tho road claim, drying tho grain can not bo disposed tho" other two dimensions. When llrowor was arrested at Water Val are visiting hor sister, Mrs. Flora of advantageously. stored In this manner they aro alley, Miss., on a charge of shooting Stewart, of Clear Itun. Tires mid accessories, feathIm most certain to go through a rather Moreover, grain containing Mrs. Maggie Ithoadcs I visiting from ambush (lus Kmbry, negro firehigh violent sweating or curing process, purities, foreign matter, or a erweight Motor Bikes, Mo- man. Itoss Cardwell wns also ar- friends in Owensboro this week. moisture content Is qulto likely to during the course of which tho tuMrs. Kinmett Allon of Mnaimvltlc tors for bicycles, T GlCpllOneS rested on tho same charge and Is bebecome hot In transit, wnlch grently bers In tho central portion of tho pile ,. , , ing held by tho State authorities. Is tho guest of Mr. Charllo Xloll for a . T. reduces its value and frequently re- are frequently subjected to a dana" oUJipiICS, LlllO UOllSirUC- When Browcr made bond on thp few days. sults in serious financial loss. If the gerously high temperature. Mlss Howie Nowcom and brother., tioil Material. Electrical SUD- Stato charge tho Federal authorities elevator Is not provided with suitatook him over. hi'uiii inesuny wgiii witn relatives plies, Shoo and General Re ble equipment for this process, such Test Your Durk Kgffs With The Irgc Negro employes of tho two roads, neRr Hartford. grain must be shipped In the condiMr. End Up. and Mrs. Clyde Wlgglnton pair Shop. i the ngents nilege, havo received lettion in which it Is received. All duck eggs should bo tested at ters ordorlng them to leave their em and llttlo son, Willie T. spent onej If it's lixable we fix it. The farmer should not placo all re least twice during Incubation, nro- ployment, threatening them with In day last week with .Mr. and Mrs. Both telephones. Bponsibility for cleaning grain on tho ferably on the seventh and fourteenth Experiment Designed To test long- Jury if they did not. Tllden Wlgglnton. elevator it is believed. It should be days, and tho Infertile eggs and those evity of Grass Nuts. Miss Ncttlo Thoinasson of Owens- MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP remembered that elevator managers with dead germs removed. In Interstlng experiment to cover speed deliveries pboro. spont tho week-en- d with Mr. J. Dead do not pay grain prices for tho dirt germs in duck eggs decompose very 15 years has been begun by tho woed D. Hudson and family. OF OCEAN MA Mi Beaver Dam, Ky. nnd wntcr found in a farmer's grain. rapidly, and aro often detected by specialists of the United States DeThoro will be a meeting at Mt. partment of Agilculturo to ascertain by their odor. The price should be established Carniel Saturday night for tho purNow York .Aug. . The steamship taking into consideration tho necesiS&rrsu&&zlLit-xn- x. u .irnyicygf TOJeiUl!XM Duck eggs having pure white 3hells how long the nuts of nutgrass can President, assigned by tho Govern- pose of electing a Pastor. All memsary expense of placing tho grain in are often tested ns early as tho fourth stay In the soli and still retail their ment to tho Post office Department, bers are requested to be present. I I rfV&BS H-marketable condition. Tho farmer or fifth day, and the Infertile eggs viability. Many almost wont Into commission today as a who delivers clean, dry, sound grain sold to bakers. eggs make stories aro told by farmers and oth- speedcr-u- p Infertilo of the delivery of ocean should receive n premium over tho good feed for ducklings, and can be ers In the Southern Coastal States re- mails. GEag jci prico paid to the more careless farm- U3cd for cooking. The eggs aro test- cording the length oC tlm nntgrass Hearing Postmaster General Will er who delivers grain of inferior qual- ed with the largo end up, so that the mtU lomaln viable In tlu soil Hays and a party of his aids and! ity, specialists say. size of the air cell may bo seen, ns stories ten or grass nuts iieinir dug up members of the Senate and Hous" well ns the condition of the embryo after .'0 years' buria an i still sprout postoffico committees, tho President kn ett. t:ir lATTU-t.sa thu sujirriif New Breed Of Poultry Developed IJy duckling, specialists in the U. S. De- - ing. A seemingly authentic case has put out this morning, for Quarantine e';. v partment of Agrlculturo say. Testing beon found by the Government woed to meet the llrst Incoming mail steam- Uncle Sam. specialists where a house built In er and rush Its mall pouches Lamena is tho namo given to a should be done In a dark room, The infertile egg when held before 1912 was removed from Us site new breed of poultry that has been Inauguration of the new -- i i .. ..... ever told developed at tho Experimental Farm the tester will appear perfectly clear, eight years later and grass nuts which Is to be operated on a "1 f.lrt- - .; Cfi:-?;r- . j ' an .n of tho United States Department at much the same as a fresh egg, while sprouted on the spot from which it four-hobasis by the New York &? Beltsvllle, Md. It has beon named a fertile egg will show a small dark had been removed. Central Itallroail, Is expected to sperd ; In order t get definite informaby Secretary Wallace after the orlgl- - spot known as the ombryo, with a Cardui "Did up ocean man deliveries jy twenty-fou- r M. Lamon, senior poul- - mass of little blood veins extending In tion on tin? point, fjur gilvanlzed-Ironator. Harry hours or more. Heretofore Wonders for Me' cans, oaeh about 2 feet square "Kills arriving on steamors have not tryman of the Bureau of Animal In f fevS Declares This Lady. foet deop. without rottoms, jbeen unloaded until the vessels had dustry. It io a white fowl with red ing. If dead tho blood settles away aml from the embryo toward the edge of iwcr sunk ' ear lobes that lays a white-shelle- d the soil nt tho Ar-- , docked nml passenger been dischnrg-egg- . "I suffered for a long , White Plymouth Rock, Silver the yolk, forming in most cases an ""Eton farir. near Washington, and ed. time wi!h womanly weakGray Dorking and White Leghorn Irregular circle of blood known as a 25 Pounds of soil well filled with vr-sAk.C ness," says Airs. I. If w 1 n fliaf x were the breeds used as foundation blood ring. Tho eggs containing tlle Brass nuts was placed la each. KENTUCKY COWS IXCLCDEI) 31 ... . rrv strong, living embryos are dark and' ille cans WCI3 covered against light,! stock .l.'Hi.Mi Hiii mill riHIIIK'KUS ft. Sl.,AsIievil!c,N.C. "I PsM The fowls aro larger than Leg- - partly filled up after the fourteenth f.nd It Is planned to open them eft the nnuiiy got 10 111c piace horns with long, deep bodies, well day, and show a clear, distinct line of 1st of June 15"8, 192C, 1931 and Lexington, Ky. Aug. 1, Thar where it was an effort for leathered and comb and wattles of demarcation between tho air cell and 193C, respectively, io test the vlabil-- l Kentucky Is well represented among tns to go. I would fiave Ecj n3 1 4b Lb .! Jw Vjrlw medium size. Tho new breed Is not tho growing embryo, while dead ity of tho nuts. ocanng-dow- n pains In WjA germs show development only In part Velvet bean vinos aro known to cows l8"bhovn by tho fact that 23 ready for introduction and neither my side and back cs- - VhcA Children 1 eggs or fowls can bo secured. When and lack this clear, distinct outline. smotlicr niv. era;-- , but If the nuts Jerseys owned by ton different dairy- -' A Safe Old FasLioned v.will remain viable in the soil - - nn- mn ini tvrt cznn tAi..',in.i i.. for i vu niv uiulu iiiu uiuiiiiit;ii in :in f.Ji t back, and down in my neraeuy lor .worms raised specimens will be sent to Save Het of Gsmlen Sw.1, lint Store Inael,nIt0 1)eriod' U is seen that official list of SS0 in the United' B side there was a great tm : Seventy. five veancontin. j other means of extermination State agricultural colleges and expert- will be States that produced moro than SO fa$A ucai 01 soreness. J was kL$! t Caiefully. uouaute it the best teati. x TOent stations to test their adaptablll- - j nervous and easily lip- ounds during April, ac- Seeds which havo been grown and necessar'- moni.l FREY'S YERJIIFUCE ' . ly to ullierent sections nml rnnrll. caretuny saved should lie well labelcording to J. J. Hooper, head of tho can offer you. Keep a bottle always on tions. dairy department of the College of ed and stored or all the previous la- How's This? hand. It will help keep TAKE " '" The list of high probor goes for nothing, say experts of We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Agriculture. the little ones healthy for any case of Catarrh that cannot be ducers is contained in tho last numWill Establish Tentative Grades Kor tho United States Department of Ag- ndhPPy. cured by Hall's 30cabnttIiitrour)niKEil'aor riculture. Cloth bags are tho best Hall's Catarrh Catarrh Medicino. taken ber of tho official publication of the Tobnrco. Medicine has been f rnenl itoir; or if your dtaler un Kupplyjrou.atndhiantme An agreement to investigate he containers for large seeds, such as by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiv- e Jersey breed association and is prend 30c in ilimpi and we'll grading and marketing of tobacco in peas, beans, and corn. They should mostyears, and has become known as the pared from the list of animals sub- -' tnd you a bottle promptly. reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's E. S. FREY, by agricultural colleges of the Btltimsrc. HI the State of Pennsylvania and adjoin- - be used also for larger quantities Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on mltted tho Ing States for the purpose of estab- - of small seeds, but for smaller lots, son Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi- country under whoso direction the from the Blood and healing the dis' rows wero tested. lishing tentative grades for the prin- - paper envelopes, made at homo or eased portions. , Kentucky dairymen whose names clpal types of tobacco grown In Penn- - purchased, aro most desirable. Ordl- - After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short sylvania has been entered into be- - nary letter envelopes are fairly satls- - great Improvement time you will see a ripeared in the list together with the' In your general WILL Tonic Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi- number of cows recorded were: tween the Bureau of Markets and factory, but usually aro not gummed health. onre nnd cine at set rid of catarrh. Send TAKE OUR Perraut Brothers, Dover, five; 'Crop Estimates, United States Depart- - so as to close completely, and if for testimonial!!, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Allen Dale Farms, Shelby vllle, five; , ment of Agriculture, and the Bureau handled carelessly small seeds may Sold by all Drucglsts, 75c. "I heard of Cardui and mm Hurstbourne Farms, Louisville, four; decided (0 use it," con- - Vjflk tit Markets of the Pensylvania De- - sift out of them, linues Mrs. Simpson. "1 partment of Agriculture. Correct labeling Is of paramount XAVAL STItlKEKS TAKE PLANTS J. C. Askew, Tronton, two- T. A. , A Treilmenl King, Hopkinsville, two; O. C. HaferJ saw shortly it was bene-fitiThe investigation will be conduct- - importance. Every envelope or conme, so I kent it ud The strike of the dockyard work- Hebron, one; George Weimer, Angus-- 1 flaJaiiiiiHaTvav frTTZr for WEAK ed to bring about a proper correla- - talner should show the kind and and it did wonders for DRJ1 tion between the Pennsylvania grades variety of seed, the date, including ers has turned out to be tho greatest ta, one; W. W. Hampton U Son, LUNGS of me. And since then I and the tentative grades that may month and year, when harvested, and labor upheaval In tho history of Ja- Goshen, one; K. J. Shipman. Shelby ' Itntrl rtAAri .rvlift 4am!.. pan. At Kobe where 20,000 went on ville, ono and Somlnco Farms, Hop CONSUMPTION bo formulated In other States, so that the placo where grown. For the cloth Cardui. It is the best a single system of comparable market bags, a slip of paper bearing all this a strike the workshops wero seized kinsvllle, one. woman's ionic made." grades for all the principal types Information should be inserted with and operations started under a soviet A quick relief for that tired, run down (eelloe. Weak women need a SUPERSTITION WINS of American-grow- n coughs, palm in chetl. nlchl sweats, hernor may be the seed. It Is very convenient also plan. Tho strike was called to force tobacco tonic. Thousands and shares, weak lunts or consumption. I! it data ffected. Tho United States Depart- - to have a tag on the outside of the the companies to recognize tho labor not help you It ceata you nolkiag. g thousands, like Mrs. Columbus, O., July to ment of Agrlculturo will pay the sal- - bag, but on no account should tho unions and agree to collective bar -- oc nmn Men rA nn box eta Simpson, have found pay alimony, Walter Bell was sen ary of the specialist In charge of the inner label be omitted, because of the gaining and profit sharing. Other COLUMBiin n wiuv iiikwiwni. uui Cardui of benefit lorlhem. shipyards followed suit. Work on tenced to spend soveral days fn tho work; the expenses of the investiga- - liability of loss of the outside tag. Try Carduifor your warships was suspended. lion wll bo borne by the Pennsylvania A sort of county jail here. Common Pleas Judge Klnkead sympathetic striko was'staged by tho Bureau of Markets. Medium Salting Tor nutter Liked rlkisha pullers of Osaka, 5000 In ordered ,hls release, but at tho urgent Bet lly Consumers. ALL Increase In American Egrets. Butter that is too highly salted is number, who domanded the recogni- request of his prisoner he was perA gratifying report telling of an difficult to move in the ordinary tion of their union as well as better mitted to remain in Jail until tho day after tho expiration of his sentence. DRUGGISTS increase in American egrets noted on trado channels, nnd creamery men working conditions and wages. Why? a plantation on the Cooper IUver in would do well to guard against high Judgo'Kinhead had ordered Bell's J.M South Carolina haa been received by salting unless they havo a special reloaso on tho thirteenth. Bell Is a the Bureau of Biological Survey, U. outlet which calls for that kind, say FOR FLETCHER'S colored man. b. Department of Agriculture, from a specialists of tho Bureau of Markets i I correspondent there. Two years ago, and Crop Estimates, United tates De--tOCCULTISM .MAY BE DANGEROUS writer said, he saw on his plan- - partment of Agriculture. A gritty CUBAN ENVOYS SELL SUGAH tatlon 2 birds of this variety; last condition of the salt in butter serious-aeaso- n Fccliright all tho time Don't lay ofl Learned Scotch from work for days by takinfr calomel he counted 10; and this year ly injures its market value. At a meeting of the Cuban cabinet formod a psych,cal scientists havo j when'pleasant Lio- - Vir-La- x keeps yoB rescarch soc,et Tie found 29 on two different occa- A number of butter receivers are It was decided to make every envoy U. on your feet, whilo relieving your troub. ..-- . .I t, .u. v uu u Blons. IUUI UUIU1HJ, 01 a Officials express themselves advising shippers not to fill their of tho republic, In ,le. Safer too, and easy to toko. Don whatever country sensational nature will bo published as much pleased with such results of butter tubs too full. During tho sum ho might bo toko anything else. You can't afford stationed, salesman for or tolerated as untrained minds havo if-- Eliminates poisons, cleanses try the protection, afforded migratory nier shipments are often exposed to the enormous surplus of sugar Jm the no business dabbling with psychical v J 1 1 af tem and relieves constination.m A natbirds under tho Federal bird treaty the heat of tho sun at some point Jn island. It was thought ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure dip- matters. that the ' Occultism, they point out, nct FOR PERSONAl. HVr.lPNP transit, and tho butter at tho top of lomats could make sales arrangein its effect and certain in results. It Is really dangerous to anyone who Is Dissolved In water for douches ttopr won't be long before vrii tho tub becomes very soft and runs ments beneficial both to buyer nnd peMc catarrh, ulceration and inilam-matlolncapablo of making sharp distinc completely displace calomel ,ri ever! How To Muko Juicy Pies Without over the edge of tho tub vhen seller. Chllo was Recommended by Lydiat E, borne, Children can take it freely btwJ. mentioned as a tions as they might Jump to alarm- - i Soggy Undercrust. PinHhajn, Med, Co. for tea years. handled. Such shipments are brought specially good prospective customer With perfect safety. Every bottle guarIng conclusions which would bring5 A. heabnc wonder for nasal catarrh. A berry plo with an edible under- - to receivers' stores In bad condition. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Nona, for sugar, denatured alcohol and to-- 1 about a neurasthenic throat and tore eyea Economical. genuine without tho likeness and sljrnav1' mental condl-- l toreciUawSoary dauuna and (crauddtl crust has alwayB been a problem to often showing a heavy shrinkage In Has v rwr. tlon, ' tho housekeeper, however expert she weight, resulting in a direct financial ",'v,' 9aiIo Frao. JQc, all drutaiu. or rxxnid by lure of L. , Grigsby, For sale yrnaiL I ho faatooToJct Cocpaoy. Dtvtoa, Maai. J m. WILLI a Ma. . HarttoA '. may be in her pastry cooking. Tho loss to the creamery which could easl- - PRIZE COW SETS 500 CONVERTED IN tufcret of tUrning.kout a Juicy pie with ly have been avoided by filling tho " NEW SULK ItKCORU TWENTY-DAREVIVAL a crisp undercrust, lies in baking the tubs properly. This condition first until It Is barely ly occurs In carlot shipments. When A world's record for producing Madlsonvllle, Ky., Aug. 1. A lirowned. If overbaked, It will be shipments are made milk and buter Is now held by Bella EAGLE'iyilKADO"- revival conducted by tho Rev. PencUNo.174 too dark brown when cooked the soc- - the butter should bo thoroughly chlll-on- d Ponttac, a prlzo cow owned by T. A. Ilurko Culpoppor closed Sunday, and time; undercooked, it will be ed before shipping, Barron, of Brantford, Ontario. In It was announced that 500 converaaaaaaaaaaaaamfasp 1 doughy, The crust should also bo ono year this animal gave more tnan thoroughly pricked with a fork to Plinieiito.pepper Growing Success in 27,000 pounds of milk, 1C00 pounds sions wero effected. ror oaue at your ueaier Mbj0 ih fivo trmlc prevent blisters. In tho case of very Girl's Clubs. of butter and 1200 pounds of fat. RELICS ARE FOUND ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Juicy frultb such as dewberries ,tho One of the alms in the club work This record is attested to by an of IN SWISS LAKES EAGLE MIKADO fruit should bo cooked first and part ampug-thboy'tj and girls o'f the 15 ficial tabulation kept by the Holstein of the Juice remoTCd before tho thick- - Southern States, conducted by.the'y. Frlesiau Association of Brantford. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK As a result of a prolonged drouth in plm-Ient-I in cooperation with tho Stake Agricultural Colleges, has boon lo foster tho Introduction nnd growth of crops for which there Is n wldo nnd steady demnnd, or for which a demand can, bo easily built up locally. Tho Spanish plmlento, formerly imported from Spain, Is an example. Club girls In the South wore first interested six years ngo Iri growing plmlontos by way of variety in their club gardens. Their work gave an Impetus to local use of tho peppers both fresh and canned, nnd they soon found that tho plmlento was a valu able addition to chutney, crcole sauce and similar products which found a ready market. In 1919 Sot'thcrn club" girls prepared over 120,000 pints of canned goods in which wcro used, and In 1920 over 200,000 pint Jars of whole plmlontos nnd plmlento-flavoro- d relishes. The girls havo found that tho pimlntos mny bo kept fresh during tho winter months by packing them In sawdust which is scrupulously cleaned and thoroughly dry. S. Dairy Association IM.OT TO DltlVIS NKfiROKS FROM .IOIIM iS IHAHOK Switzerland recently the level of a number of lakes was lowtreti &o t.int tho old pllo dwellings which were abandoned nbout the first century of tho Christian ora could bo examined to good nd vantage. Hundreds of wooden piles on which houses onco rested were found, perfectly preserved. Old pottery used by tho ancient Inhabitants was also brought to light as wero numrous boats, many of which have doubtless lain thcro for vonturles. Liberty Bicycles On Saie 3ffl Suffer? ftj.'jnT-iy- mj 4 t iS !. KA yj & -" fil&fl . F K&fi tfvujr fed'' : ! --, "-- ww g n i '" ' J .t'. ........ m 1 r i rif S 1 &$ Motes , use j kjj j Verfmfiicp " ' For the ' ' il - m J Vji. -- M, CARD U! The Woman's nc J YOU. - s Hj GERMINAL REMEDY :i Vk FOR.ONE MONTH Kl E&HftjK lng z USE LI V-VER-- A Cry O A S.T.O R A o Children For Lazy Liver and the Troubles )l Constipation. XZtlKWL f-wui- ,i. f Every Woman Wants iclsiTinSjiTv JiTTi nj ax 1 by a, Y rare-undercr- 20-d- f ai community buildings by tlio municipality thru taxntlnn. Thin method also linn It distinct adantngM. Maintenance oxpnnMes of communiJMwIii Nuiilly Tn Mnko Trip Out ty buildings ar mot liy duos, feoii7 Arrllr I'i'kIiiiim Prom rentals, and receipts from ontertnln-mntHi'atHi-.- profits nnd concessions. Somo of tlio lioat organizations maintain tt i Illusion, Auk. 1. Plans for ti,e)r buildings by annual dues. In tho r Flight In September cns0 f landings financed by nn In- n from Point Burrow, Alaska, to Spltx- - illvldtitl or by nn Industrial concern, lierK n nnd tlio North Capo, Norway, L community nMoclntlori Is gencral-wc- rf announced hero today by Eilwln iy formed which guarantees the Naulty, of Now York. Sclen-- 1 tonnnco of tho building ns n condition tlflc observations of ocoan, air and f tho donation. Sometimes this Is Ico ctirmits will bo tl(o chief pur- done by tho municipal government. pose of tho trip, ho said, with tho If somo such provision Is not made, liopo of establishing tho feasibility of tho donor generally Includes a pertho nrAv route for commerce ns n sec- petual maintenance fund in the origiondary consideration. In the enso of comnal endowment. As announced, tho start will bo munity buildings financed by clubs, mad 1 from Seattle, with a convoy of tho club stands back of tho building .several planus which will proceed by ns n guaranty of its maintenance. Tho easy stages up the Alasknu const to local government is behind all buildPoint Harrow, stopping at Ketchikan ings which it finances, altho revenue Anchorugu and Nome. Tho Arctic nccruing from tho building Is gen- flight will ln ninilu by mm piano orally sufficient for nil maintenance which has already been constructed, j oxponsos. carrying four men, Including Mr. Most community nssociatlons which Naulty The other threo aro former finnnco their buildings by Issuing service, men and It was said their stock, incorporate under tho State "ViaiiK s would be announced soon laws in order that they may have a Orlnlnnlly ,it was explained, it was more effective Instrument for buying tho I.Vuitlon to mnko tho flight next helling and holding property. To ar, but reports of warm weather guide such associations, copies of t'1 Artie circle had led to tho tlcles of incorporation, constitutions advancing of the date. now In use by a number nnd ! Wi plan to maTo tho light as early of organozntlnns aro iis po Hile," .Mr. Naulty said, "and Included In tho bulletin. Stnte laws coun' trail k.' a- - it may seem, to do It in relntlng to municipalities lute tv pi' mber. There aro good roa- - ties erecting buildings aro also glv- rons for the cholco of this time. Our on. CopUs of tho bulletin can be spid, we estimate, will be . talned frco on application to tho U. S. about 100 miles an hour, to which Department of Agriculture, Washlng- in'gh' ! added tho peed of a D. C. lowh ; .nr current." Kit' 1 was conceded to bo the chief How Is Your Complexion? I'i In. m of tho proposed expedition. conA supply ample for fifty hours of A woman .should grow more beau-itlftinuous flight will bo carried, It was as sho grows older nnd she will K, ?nd those planning tho nttompt r 'with due regard to baths, diet and txpr ifd the belief that this would fitt.nl h nil t ypam U'lilili w'finlfl nar. exurciio, and by keeping her llvor ,n go-l-1 bowo, onler' u It M r. at tho first land- -' n,nU ttr n"l tho!" yo" "ro Inc pl.cr on the polar Ico and at oyos losing their lnstro and whites pole f If no landing places are yellowish, your flesh flabby, fuutm It Is the Intention to mnko tho It may bo duo to Indlgostlon, or to a 1 1'iU n.ile hop without a stop. sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tablets If thr firt flight IK auccossful, m correct theso disorders. oMurs will bo undertaken at once, mc It v.i fi id, with a view to .settling FINANCIAL. drfmtfly the location of tlio mng- Ic polo and tho determination' of , ,5 .. Tho prlnc pal feature In tho finan- He polar verticlty. . ,. ... rmt niiuuiiuu in iiiu uibit -- CfrUeservo District during tho past 30 ilns has been tho Incronsed demand FOR FLETCHER'S for funds by tho country for crop financing purposes. Tho harvest of P v.V wlntor wheat has been in full blast, and tho grain Is beginning to move ORGANIZATIONS TO MAINTAIN RURAL COMMUNITY1 BUILDINGS In volumo to the. primary n.nikets. Generally tho demand for crenits To assist rural organizations in continues ncuvo, aim rates cnargcu working out ways of financing nnd lit flm pninmnrplnl li.inka clin'A ttltln maintaining community buildings, tho variation as contrasted with thirty 1'nitcd States Dopartmcnt of Agricul- days ago. All lcgitlmato demands proture- has Just published Farmers' Bul- are being met, with excellent letin 1192, Tho Organization of Ult- vision having been made for tho rural tho ra 1 Community Buildings. This Is communities both by .. .1 largo com. I t tLn rin.1nanl the third of n series of bulletins ontmcrciai lusuiuuuua uuu mu n rural community buildings, based on Ueservo Dank. Commercnl borrow-- intimntn stuilv mndo by sncclalists ors In the larger centers havo conof tho department of more than 200 sidcrnbly reduced their Indebtedness such buildings In all parts of tho and gradual liquidation of accounts country. Tho first, Dopartmcnt Bui- - undor extension is In progress. In tobacco' anil cotton districts the letlu S25, Kural Community Ilulld-jth- o ings In tho United States, gives n bis- - status remains about as sot forth in tory of tho movement, treats of somo tho two preceding issues of this roof tho general principles involved, and port. Between Juno 15 and July 14 tells tho story In dctnll of tho erection tho Federal Ueservo note circulation financing, management and uso of a if this bank decreased 2,945,000, fow representative types; the second, and net deposits foil off $0,241,000. Farmers' Bulletin 1173. Plans of Ru- - '.During tho samo period there was a ral Community Buildings, gives the decrease of approximately $735,000 floor plans of 21 buildings of the bet- -j in tho amount of accommodations trr class. Illustrating various types. 'granted member banks by tho Federal Ueservo Bank of St. Louis. The Methods of Fliiiiiiclnj Is pointed out In tho third bul solidity 6f basic credit conditions in It Indicated by the move-Vin that though community build-- 1 this district Iscombined rcsorvo hold Ings aro financed In a number of ment it tho ways as Individual donations, local agalnbt deposit and Federal Uosirvo soclnl or note liabilities. Between June 15 and Industry, Iratornnl organizations, by far tho JulX 14 this, ratio ranged from 49.2 on tho latter date stood. Kroatost number aro erected thru tho to 51.3, and nffm-- i nt ininrostml nconlo and ' at 52tl. i.nti,..i Thoro has been llttlo change in tho virions organizations of tho com- Is om - . market for bankers' acceptances In munlty. When tho lattor plan ployed tho necessary money Is obtain-- ; this District during tho last thirty such bills ed cither by voluntary contributions 'days. Tho, volumo of by the salo of stock. Subscriptions purchased by member banks has been or any, bills have aro paid in tho form of money, labor, small, nnd few, If originated' in this District. Scatter- or materials. Financing a building by general ..log purchases havo been made by city voluntary contentions Is suggested banks but the volumo has been nami ng porhaps tho simplest, quickest, and nnl and tho market dull which had Depressed conditions most elastic way while Incorporated paper of obtained In tho commercial stock associations furnish moro during tho precodlng sovernl of financial permanency, market tho elements continued In a marked degree Tho community method of financing months durlng tho past thirty dnys. Hanks of advantages (1) Peo has a number tho largo cities aro taking virtualple arf devoted to that to which thoy nothng, and seasonal activity in ag- suiiscnoB; -; mm mum- - ly voluntarily .,., pn,.,...nitv coonoratlon. nculturo Is engaging resources of coun rjr Inst Ittit Ions An unusually promotes union, and decreases differ- - broad spread exists In rates quota-emonisms thru the necessity of from 014 to 7 ',4 per organizations and factions work- - "on. campaign; emit, while ordinarily the maximum lnK together in a financial nnd minimum aro rarely separated (3 ns tho money is voluntarily glv- by more than a half or one or cont en from private funds tho'pooplo are Aside fron. a fairly brisk demand enabled to make oxporlmonts In tho to or Federal State and Municipal which they would hesitate quietness prevails In the with public funds or those of Hsatlona. Bond houses. :, Investment market. an individual or club; (1) thos9 who Only a high typo of many Instances, have cut down heir pay, control. Bales forces and o herwlse entered up-citizenship subscribes to an Institution public spirit .on ;u period of retrenchment. Corporthis kind and thus I bomls un ess offering oscep-i- n al Vts best is in control. years there lias been a , tloiial Interest returns and safety, are recent "ejected. .growing movement in tho erection of AIRMAN PLANNING FLIGHT TO POLE ISAAC WALTON'S OLD HOME IN NEAR RUINS London. July .10. Hero Is a dola- fill business that should stir the sympathy of nil good anglers. Isnak Walton's thatched cottage at Shallow-for- d Staffs Is In danger of tumbling down. Tho thatch Is so far gone tnat It needs comp'lcto replacement, nnd ovon tho roof timber aro unsafe These facts aro gathered from an official statement made to the Staffordshire Kdncatlon Authority, which hns como into possession of tho cottag? ns part i th" foundation of Stafford O rammer School. Perhaps tho most n'ourntul point Is thnt tho education committee i'rc& not feel Just.t ed in view of Ilia need for economy, In spending the money that would bo to put tho cottago In repair "Thus," says a famous angler, "unless anglers como to tho rescue, Isaac's cottago la likely to collapse. It 's F.uggestod that som angling body phould tako tho matter up. ,Vn mny bo poor In these days, but we aro not so poor that wo can afford to let such a relic of ono of our greatest fishermen and therefore ono of our groatest men vanish. "It Is thought that an appeal by our loading anglors, mado to overy angling association In tho country would nt onco bring in tho money. Let It bo done." u, ..44l4t are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we tn.i-Pnla- main-Fnlr..- .x ' For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, ' Business and other Cards. j , ar-ni- nr BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES &e,5 IN STOC You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If nl How Dlptlii-rli- i Is Contracted. I ht Ono ofton hoars tho expression, 'My . ul 'M" ?"K J'?"; If-cl- child caught a sevoro cold which Into dlphthorla," when the truth was that the cold had simply left tlio llttlo jne particularly suscep-tlbl- a to tho wandorlng diphtheria ge:m. If your child has a cold when diphtheria is prevalent you should take: him out of school and keep h' off tho street until fully recovered, as thoro is a hundred times moro danger of his taking diphtheria whoru he has a cold. When'Chamberlaln's Cough Bemedy Is given It quickly cures the cold nnd lessons tho danger of dlphthorla or any othor germ being contracted. m so Hartford Printing Company . INCORPORATED KKNTLTKV DAIIIV INDl'STBY KXI'KKIKNCKS ItAl'H) UHOWT1I Lexington, Ky., Aug. 1 Uapld growth and material development has boen experienced by Kentucky's dairy industry during tho past year thru tlu cooperation of farmrs, county f.um agents and the Extension Division of tho College of Agriculture, according to a report just mado by E. M. Prowltt, dairy extension specialist from tho College. Tho State now g has five associations with a membership of 90 farmers who aro owners of 1,313 cows; three cooperative purebred bull associations having a total of 144 members who are owners of 150 cows, and five county boys' and girls' calf clubs having a total membership of 111 farm youngsters, according to. the report, Additional projects started by Mr. Prowltt In cpoporatlon with tho farmers but which havo not been completed Include purebred bull associations for Washington, Fayette and Taylor counties, a calf club for Carroll county and a drjjo In Todd county to eliminate all scrub dairy sires. cpw-teetin- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i "ivr ,, Children Cry CASTO R ,,,.' .,..,, tui THE DIVINING ROD. -- I 1 ' ill..ll. r..ui ! ,Ji i- Bt. nt ob-ma- ie of Tho Idea of a "divining rod" or somo other Instrument that may bo used as a means of finding burled treasure, mineral deposits, and underground oil or water is a superstition that continues with marvelous persistence in spite of tho lack, of tangible results from Its employment. It may bo said without qualification or exception that no rod or instrument has yet been devised to find burled treasures, nor any instrument that will Indicate tho presence of gold silver, copper, lead, zinc, or other nonmagnetic metals, or their ores, that aro hidden from view under ground. Iron, nickel, and somo minerals that contain these metals aro magor miner's netic, and tho Are Von Happj ? compass has been adapted to use In To bo happy you must bo well. If Such you aro frequently troubled with con- prospecting- for these metals. an Instrument can bo purchased, but stipation and indigestion you cannot training Is required to enable be altogether happy. Tako Cham- special A volumo ono to use It successfully. berlain's Tablets to- correct these dispublished by tho U. B. Geological Surorders. They are prompt and Interior, eneasy and pleasant to vey, Department of tho of tho "Mineral Resources m titled take. United States, calendar year 1011," m Part 1, pages 114 to 154 contains a KXPLOSIVH AVAILABLE FOK discussion of methods of prospecting DISTKIBUTION TO FAIUU3US for Iron ore by magnetic surveys and Although tho use of tho Lexington, Ky Aug. 1, Approxi- by drills. theoretically simple, mately 168,000 pounds of picric acid dip noedlo is much practice Is required to make acKentucky's allotment of a high exIt, nnd aftoi plosive available from a War De- curate observations with theso aro mado thoy must bo Interpartment surplus for distribution to preted by the consideration of many fanners who wish to use it in so that tho unskilled user is work, will bo distributed factors, likely to bo disappointed in his rethru tho cooperation of tho College Tho edition of tho volume of Agrtculturo and the United States sults. available for free Department of Agrlculturo, according above mentioned distribution Is now out of stock at to an announcement by Dean Thomas Geological Survoy, but a copy P. Cooper, ot the college. Tho ncld the may bo purchased from, tho SuperinIs an explosive of approximately tho of Documents Washington, samo strongth as 40 por cent dyna-mlt- o tendent D. C, tor 90 cents. - to use and Is sateand otherwise Gold, silver, copper, lead, jind zinc work, acsuitable for are not magnetic, und no Instrument cording to oxploslvo exports who have now hi uso will Indlcato the presence conducted tosts with It. ot these metals or their ores It they Tho cost of cartrldglng, distributing aro hidden from view within tho and handling tho material when It ground. Devices that aro supposed Is distributed in cooperation with tho presence of concealed college wlllbo about seven cents n to Indlcato tho nonmagnetic ore aro usually offered pound. To this amount must bo sale either thru Ignorance or with added the freight chargo which will I for Intent to defraud. Somo honest atvary iroin ono 10 six cents a pound. tempts havo boen made to prospect Applications for tho material should for nonmagnetic ores by measuring In bo mado to tho Collego-o- f Agrlculturo directions tho capacity of nt Lexington. Enough requests must different tho ground to conduct an electric be recolvod to innko up at least a current, the Ideu being that ground carload shipment before- - any ot tho containing metallic material will conoxploslvos can bo delivered In Kenduct tho current better than that tucky, Dean Cooper said. which contains none. Theso attempts, am as well as trials with other electrical devices, however have not been FOR FLETCHER'S successful, nnd the various forms of such apparatus ceuld not bo used by dip-need- le effec-effectu- al, land-clearing Und-clearl- ono unfamiliar with electrical work. Somo measurements of the electric potential of metallic minerals wero mado several years ago in tho laboratory ot the United States Geological Survey by R. C. Wells and the results wero published In Iho Survey's Bulletin 548, entitled "Electric activity In ore deposits," which may bo had for 10 cents from the Superlnten-- . dent of Documents. Tho results obtained by Mr. Wells, however, do not afford an adequato basis for any method of electrical prospecting, and it Is still doubtful whether electrical niothods ot prospecting for nonmagnetic ores will ever bo useful, altho ' thoy may have limited application in , searching for certain kinds of ores. Most deposits of tho precious and semiprecious metals and their ores aro discovered by thoso who, by experience, have becom familiar with the kinds of rock in which the ores aro found and who use the ordinary methods of prospecting. No Instrument othor than tho drill has been' devised that will indlcato the presence of waiter or oil underground. In determining tho probable existence of underground supplies of those liquids geologists are guided by their knowledge of tho relation of beds of rocks visible nt tho surface to beds that contain oil or water at otherplaccs In tho same general region. They also make use of tho recognized relation of occurences of oil or water to certain structure (folds, faults, etc.) In tho rocks, and of surfaco Indications, such as oil seeps, springs, outflows of gas etc, Tho United States Geological Survoy Paper haj? published as Water-Suppl- y 41C a report by A. J. Ellis, entitled, "Tho dlvlnlnc rod. a history of wator witching," which shows tho useless-- 1 This report nese of tho Instrument. may bo obtained from the Director of tho United Stutcs Geological Survey, Washington, D. C. & the United States Geological Surry to be nearly 10,000,000,000 tons, which exceeds by nearly 3,000,000,-00- 0 tons the estimate mado a few years ago, on tho Information then available, of the total quantity of tlc coal in the Territory. Tho new estimates, which are very moderate, Indlcato that tho quantity of coal available in tho Nenana coal fields is greater than that in all the other surveyed fields of the Territory. II&-ni- KENTUCKY FARMERS REAP RICH HARVESRevenue from Breeding Thoroughbred Horses Only Profit to Be Depended Upon. Sale T- ' Colts Produces Money- When Other Products Bring Loss. of Blooded - Cliiimbei Iain's CouH emi'dy. The groat benefit derived from of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has boon gratefully acknowledged by many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Blake-ne- y, Docatur, III., writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Romedy is by far thu bdst modlcluo tor colds and coughs wo have evor used In our family. I gave it to my children when small ." for croup and have taken It 'm the use my-soir- Children Ory ENORMOUS. RESERVES OF LIGNITE IX ALASKA CASTOR' A Tho reserves of llgnlto In the Nenana region, Alaska, aro estimated by Tho Kentucky farmer lias lost money on his wheat and corn: he is forced to ship his cattle and hogs to-- a losing and constantly falling market; and his losses on hl3 tobacco have nearly driven him Into bankruptcy. Tho calamities of a troubled, world are placed upon his hack, already bent double by its burdens. Under these untoward conditions, tho ono fortunate exception among farmers is tho stock raiser who owns one or more thoroughbred mares. demand for finds n nation-wid- e his thoroughbred foals. The weanling at its mother's side frequently Jirlngs him ?500 to $1,000, while tho yearling: will sell for from ?1,500 to $10,000; a colt from a Joffer3on county farm having brought, at one of the recent Saratoga eales $25,000. Year in and year out, the Kentucky thoroughbred finds a ready market; buyers from all ovor tho wrold'comlng" to this State to secure inatorlal to improve tho horses of their respectivo countrles'or localities. Owner Itlddlo a rofusoii 5500,000 for horso bred by Mr. August Belmont in. A wonder horso Is Old Kentucky. A smashor of all records nnd victor over all opponents that, made some of tho most brilliant of turf history, ho has been roturned to his native hearth, thero to perpetuate his great qualltlos. Last month, full brother. Playfellow, by amc, was sold for $115,000; and not long ago, John E. Madden rqfus.cd $125,000 for a half Interest In tho Ken- tucky-brc- d Btallton, Friar Rock, now In tho stud at Hamburg Place, near Lexington. Numerous other thoroughbred stallions and mares of nearly.-i- not quite,, priceless vtluc ?re owned In the State. Wheat, corn nnd tobacco are ofton crop failures, and cattle and hogs aro frequently raised at a loss. But tho thoroughbred has a great permanent value, for nowhere else In this country is he brought to such perfection as in Kentucky, and his fame and the de Uiand for him aro world-widMnn-Q-WaMon-O'-Wa- r. Man-O'-Wnf SHOULD ACCEPT OFFER OF FORD Tito Other 'Bids Buve Hwn TiiriMMl lu, But Vov licw Htini, It Is Kniil. FORM OF PRIMARY BALLOT REPUBLICAN PARTY FORM OF PRIMARY ' BALLOT DEMOCRATIC PARTY ' Mr. and Mrs. June Harrison and Mrs. Arthur children, Mr. nnd Phillips and children, were the guests ... ISOM MITCHELL of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers Sunday. SEP. T.WILLIAMS... Mrs. O. H. Carter and little son, J. Milton, aro visiting Mrs. Carter's EMBBY M. A. parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burdette. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hlnton and BOY II. FOREMAN. children, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller Sunday. FOB CLEBK OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Misses Vlrglo Mae and Nina Bur-dotspent Sunday afternoon with FRANK BLACK Misses Alma Burdctte and Daisy Boll Hobbs, of Haynesvllle. , O. N. STEWART Taylor and little Mrs. Charley daughter, Rachel, are visiting Mr. and V. A. MATTHEWS Mrs. V. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. George Holland. Mr FOR SHERIFF OHIO COUNTY and Mrs. Honry Milllgan and daughter, Elena, and Miss Lucllo Milllgan. CICERO CROWDER were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed BaUe Sunday. CAL P. KEOW'N Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corley am' little son Burdotto were tho guests G. A. RALPH of .Mr. Corley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Corley, Sunday. WRL M. TAYLOR Mr. Foiest Burdctte motored thru hero, enroute to Owensboro Sunday. B. C. RHOADS Mis3 Eula Barker i3 visiting her aunt, Mrs. Nora Isom, this week. M. D. HEFLIN Miss Lucllo Milllgan of Owensboro, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. II. BLACK Henry Milllgan. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Hinton and G. P. JONES children were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Railey, of Owensboro, FriFOR JAILER OHIO COUNTY day. 1, August School begun here JOHN T. KING Baltimore, Aug. 2. Tho officers, with Miss Virgle Mae Burdette as directors nnd individual members of Forty-tw- o pupils were enteacher. the Baltimore Coal Exchange were BARNETT L. TINSLEY. rolled. Indicted by tho grand jury today on 4 charges of making a monopoly thru CHARLIE SMITH COULD NOT AFFOIU) IT a combine to manipulate and fix the WORTH TICHENOR price of anthracite coal. Returning from tho dantist's, The evidence placed before tho whoro he had gone to have a tooth NATHANIEL HUDSON. grand jury by Statos Attorney Leach oxtrncted, little Henry reported as indicates that the alleged comblno follows: S A. LEE was formed last August 1C. "Tho doctor told mo 'foro ho beo gan that if I cried or screamed it JOHNSON STEWART NO ItODIKK TO CAUVK would cost me 75 cents, but If I wns At Vienna the medical colleges aro a good boy It would bo 'half a dollar." FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE hard pressed for "cadavers" needed "Did you scream?" his mother askMagisterial District No. 0 for tho anatomy courses. It has beed. come almost impossible to procure "How could I?" answered Henry. thmn. and the schools havo been J. A. EDGE formed to take charge of and bury uniilontified bodies and paupers. The MACK MARTIN medical colleges havo appealed to Ou this page wo produce both tho the government. Democratic and Republican primary olectlon ballots as they will appear 100 IN MlNNKAl'OLl.S JIl'BT BY KKWKIt BLASTS lu tomorrow's election, except we gjve tho Democratic ballot as It wll' ap Minneapolis, Aug. 1. Moro than pear In magisterial district No. 5 10U persons wore Injured and prop-ort- y and the Republican ballot as It will damago estimated at $50,000 appear In magisterial district No. G. The only dfferenco between tho bal was euiihod by a series of eight In tho downtown sower lots shown and those of tho remain syHoni of Mlnnuapoliii Saturday night der of tho precincts, is that tho names of candldatos for Magistrate will be ami early Sunday. upon tho ballots In their respective Nil no of tho injured I hurt seriousM. C. my opinion, ulllmntcly lio accepted. If It is not there will ho trouhlo for the administration. The reason Riven by tlio secretary of war is not impressive. Mr. Weeks said that the government could not guarantee nn output of 600,000 Mr. Ford did not ask horsepower. n gunranteo of that or any other for Ho merely asked for an amount. equipment capable of handling that nmdunt. Snjs Two Other Offers Mmlo It has been hinted that another offer has been received. That is true. Also more is true. Two offers havo Ono Is from the licon received. Interests. Tho other Is from tho American Cyanamid Company, which Is a Duke Interest. If cither of these Interests can do better than Ford, so much tho uettcr. Hut If Ford Is turned down thru Inside, ."kulduggery there will bo a sure enough row. Certainly I hold no brief for Font Ills taking in any of his activities. wave that tho lead In tho follow? every war and is tho cheap trick of ovory reaction is a crime, or more probably one of those Imbecilities that Ford Indulges In when ho gets away from his proper beat. But allowing what can be done with an industrial enterprise Is his proper beat. The government assuredly will not get from Congress the money necessary to develop the power connected with this undertaking. Ford conies along with an offer that furnishes nitrate for the farmer and power for tho industries within from 100 to 200 miles. He offers to do theso thlug on terms that make the disciples of graft pretty nearly take tho count. ,If he undertakes the work he will furnish power at a price that will enrage his competitors and set a standard of efficiency that his competitors do not want. A standard of efficiency is a niot annoying obstacle to bleodlng the public. AIko, hotweon you and me, I believe that ho will establish a branch of his automobile works near enough to le worked by the power from this plant. Helping the southern farmer to potash, power, and tho stimulation of a new automobile industry, this move might be expected to have strring southern support. INDICT IlAIriMOItK COAIi MKS ON MONOPOLY CHANGE Du-I'o- nt anil-Semit- ic Henry WohliiBton, .Tuly 31. for tlio government niFord's offer trate plant nt Musclo Shoals will, In itSliltillj l'OB KKPUBSEXTATIVK IBA JONES V. 3k FOR JUDGE OF SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT GEORGE S. WILSON L. P. TANNER Illinois Central System Betters Service by TX7s1 rupnc f vvim . "" 1 1 o-opera- ung H. BAIZE This Is the twolfth in, a series of monthly public statements' which the Illinois Central System Is making through tho nowspapors on Its lines. Each preceding statement him treated of sonio railway problem of current Importance, sotting forth information which wo hellevo the public should havo and Inviting constructive criticism and suggestions. Our aim has boon to bring nboiit closer with tho public In such a way as to bo reflcctod In the constant betterment of the servlco rendered by the Illinois Central System. Our program was begun Soptenilier 1, 1920 tho day tho railroads resumed operation under their own flnanclnl responsibilities. Tho results wo have obtained convince us thnt tho plan wo havo followed has been worth while. Wo believe that wo and ouf patrons have received, through tho better understanding which has been brought about between us, full valuo for our efforts In newspaper advertising. Consequently we hold it to be our duty to continue to play our part In disseminating information that will givo the public a more adequato Idea of tho problems which railway managements face which also are tho public's problems. We have decided therefore to continue our program another twelve months. Rallwny management Is the trustee of a vast Investment In the railroads, an Investment fixed by g tho Interstate Commerce Commission for purposes nt $1S,000,000,000, but In reality greater than that, for upon tho satisfactory administration of railway propertlos deponds the futuro welfare not only of the railway propertlos themselves but also of all the manifold activities of our entire national business life. rate-makin- I. S. MASON JUDGE OHIO COUNTY COUItT WINSON SMITH It. II. WEDDING MACK COOK W. S. DEAN '. FOR SILERIFF OHIO COUNTY C. B. CARDEN E. E. BIRKHEAD FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Magisterial District No. ." IRA MOSELEY .. ... KOIl CLKUK OHIO COUNTY COURT O. C. MAGAN M. F. CHUMLEY G. S. HOLBROOK E. G. BABBASS J. .1. H. AMBROSE . E. MITCHELL HERBERT JAMBS A. TATE SCHBOADER We believe the railway problems of the United States require tho host and most constructive thought of all the people fanners, business men, professional men nnd railway men working In harmony. The railroads aro ruled by public opinion. If public thought on railway questions is tho railroads cannot make progross, which means that they will not be enabled to meet the constantly increasing demands of public service. unpro-gressiv- e, The public Is not entirely to blaino for such unsatisfactory railway conditions as havo obtained In past We believe the rotlcenco of railway men thomaolvos, In falling to keep the public woll Informtho ed, has been one of the causes of the growth of restrictive legislation, of unprogratslvo regulation and of an spirit, which have worked a hardship upon railway development, and consequently upon the public Itself. anti-railw- . -- tc That our discussions havo contributed to a better understanding of railway problems on the part of the public served by tho llfiuols Central System Is evidenced to us in many ways. Not only have our patrons helped us lu the solution of many problems which we have presented to them, giving us their hearty support and in carrying out our programs for better servlco. but tho better mutual underfetandlng which has boon awakoned a better understanding on our lmrt of our patrons' problems, and n bettor understanding on their part of ours bus been reflected in generally Improved service. Our discussions have also been a means of perfecting within our organization that spirit of loyalty and service which always has charactorliud the Illinois Central System. Railway ratos are standardized under governmental authority. Service is the basis of competition among the railroads. Service Is tho moasure which determines tho worth of a railway system. Service must be unsolfish. It must find expression in safety, efficiency and economy. We pledgo our be:t efforts toward serving the patrons of the Illinois Central System. Constructive criticism and suggestions aro invited I I.tr.i 1 . ,' i , President, Illinois Central System. B C. H. MARICHAM. pTpjjBjBMaMrejawMnaBsiggBMB-KirT-only gavo mo halt a dollar." Houston Post. Couldn't Recall It. Before sentencing the prisoner the Judge read a long record of bis criminal misdoing-)- , dating from early youth. Then the prisoner asked: "May I Inquire your lordship's name?" "What do jou want to know my me for?" sterar? -- Kerf the Judge. "Well," replied the prisoner, "since your lordship so accurately described my early life. I can't but conclude thnt you uud I have been friends nt some time. I fall to recall you at thu moment, though." Stray Stories. - imm The Homeof High Class Merchandise DEAR CRITICAL BUYER: We continue to place our advertising before you in order to keep the name of our store constantly 'before you. lard's Apply a cotton cloth wet with BalSnow Liniment to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or bllPtors, and note its wonderful healing power. It is prompt and very effective Price 30c, GOc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Compcfliy. in FURNITURE i ly. districts Tho explosions aro believed to havo bttti eauaod when a abort circuit lu a power (wide manhole Ignited sew-- r LIBERTY BOND PRICES Liberty 87.91 Lihorty First Is Liberty Second Is S7.C 1 Liberty First 4 Vis S7.90 Liberty Second 1 Vis S7.CC Libeity Third 4 Us '.Ol 7C Liberty Kouith 4 Us 87.74 Victory 3 s 98. SG Victory 98.72 Tho above quotations do not include accrued interost, which Is added previous coupon pay- date i"" from djlto of 8a,0 of m0t ,0 ga. 3s Power of Suggestion. "J thought CrlmtMni Gulch liad given tip Hit Its wild wuy!" cxcImIukmI the Cm'Iiis Joe. wliut It tliut faro luyont do. In dawn tbv mvt )" "Von uuiin In the unvliii: titink? That wus a Urleht liUm of tin- - cihUr to eiutouniifo thrift. It uuiIu'h It mwiu , ... ... .. ,.; Wtr. 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Yours for better values, $11.00 14.00 18.50 ' n.r i im .M.ys .i.i .Hrv to ctHiio ill mJ Ihiv ihflr nuMif.v. siHlli 'I' ,'n,, "' '""''l 'o wmvliiru , T'.',''!",.t IHJ Mill , j U lmBk w,,ul,uvor SHOCKING TALK I) Martins Ferry, O., July SO John Johns' coach dog Joined n' crowd watching llnomoii restore wire torn down during a storm. -- Turn Out Miles of Stamps. Tho 40.000.UOO pohtngo sliimiw made, counted mill packed for sdilpinout. day In the factory of tlie United Status bureau of printing and engraving would iiinkc n Htninp cliiilu Ion;; vnoui'li to cover more than 700 miles. startling tho crowd with its yolps. Tho dog bat down on a live wlro, ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Carson . vOt Hartford, Kentucky. A board was used in freeing him from his Involuntary electrical