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NUMBER 7 shonnnnlglng had, himself rccognlz- - tho poor old I103S doctor was told to PRIMARY NOTF.S. were all good men. I was particularly- WOMAN' lXl VERSA cd as nn autocratic Czar Reed, or charge the bill to Leel Wedding, Ed -pleased with the nomination of , HER BURDKfT . TRIP INTERESTING something worse, of tho assembly, Han-assNat Hudson and Lon Italph. Ed Barrass. Not because Ed Is a Dy I. D. Claire". thoseN present Ho vehemently protested, but like was an order to hnvo better man than.any of his opponents, The primary Saturday convinced The primary and lot us hope It but t'niHllil.ili-- s Tnko Two Days Out 111),', uindorgo a physical examination, to tho objection above noted, that, of because I know that In recent evoryone that our women voters have Is tho last nnd final farco of the kind or I'Viv l'lsh, Though hols sco that all woro fit, not mentally, Hoflin's, It also went to seed, and ho years Ed has done more to help keop nt last accepted tho voting privilege- Is behind us, and somo strange re on his blind Fllll ltlt('llll. but from a cavoman or beast, of tho mouthlngly climbed tho Republican ship afloat In that as one which Is their spjemn duty It had sults confront us. The statprimary county Junglo standpoint, as ho said ho cared inula (tho boys ' than has any other man. lly Fluko McFlukc. nothing as to tho mental or .moral boon white) nnd faded nwny thru election law waa a Democratic mea- Pretty broad statenent, but I believe When suffrage- was given to Into defeated status of thoso present. It was found tho shadows growing lengthy thru sure hatched to prevent the Republi It to A number of the be true, and I am heartily in fairtany denounced it and. cans fusing with Independent Demo vor Candidates organized an expedition that no M. I)., or Osteopath could be tho sun's approach of the horizon. of occasionally tossing a bone to steadfastly maintained that they crats and ondnngerlng Democratic tho dog In Butler County, secured who had the time, or nervo The six o'clock dinner came about to Taylor's hake that keeps up the chase. would neyor vote. Some where pesnt which place they landed Tuesday to go up against tho ordeal of pass- - tenduo to the fact that Ranse Mar-In- g success. I hereby authorize Aus Bratcher simistic and said that the women But after a few years trial even to glvo get substituting tho did not Judgment on tho bunch, so Cecil tin and his for n short outliiK that fellow Hudson who beat trip on said waters for tho proverbial TIclietior wns dispatched for a veterl- - In with the chickens until slightly the Democrats aro. anxious to get rid Tlchonor tho first quart of moonshine could never be gotten together and would never vote with the Intellitrip up Salt Itlver. Quite a numbor narlnn. When Heflln found what after dark, and when they were ask-th- c of the clumsy nnd Ineffectual primary ho confiscates and I will fix it with gence of their gentlemen friends. .To ed tho whyforoness of their lateness machlnory, and will Join the Repub- him when I come down. of thoso who wore In Saturday's bat- Czar had done, ho the certain knowledge of tho writer t e could not bo ronched ly wireless, g'ntly however, under tho Idea that Rn'nso said that them dadhlam'cd licans In the next general assembly I understand my old school teachor, only five women failed to vote In one-of nnd others could not conveniently here was not enough ill.fercncc Butler County, chlckons did not go to repeal tho law. Judgo Wedding, won the nomination tho Hartford precincts. Wo aro The recent primary played some for county Judge. I to mako the 'twlxt n veterinarian and n common to roost In affair at home have sometimes told It was tho samo story thruout strange and unaccountable freaks. been for tho old Judge and trip on the nhort notice which was boss doctor. (Chumley had It Ir. fori Well, when supper was finally sometimes the county. Tho women camo to tho In tho afternoon of reading rer, pipes around n glowing campflre One of the most notable of these was agin'' him. but they Isn't any denying polls, on account received lnte of his demanded tholr ballot, marched IMondny, yet we do not hesitate to siiu-.- of the flection returns to him),, woi'e had, a few stories of a Sunday the defeat of a largo number of the fact when he left standing fgr a second office hethat tho county the Judged to the voting booth, voted and deposa sufficient number, wore and tlio p'otoct went ovor his head 'school nnturo told, tho crowd hit candidates tati that left nearer out ited their ballot with tho samo In this primary men from In the party to make life a Joy, oven quicker than n Curtis racing plane, the straw but not sleep, as borne guy term. of debt and tho roads In better condi as did tho men. two Invalids such as Ilanso Mar- could crons .Muddy Creek. The Vet. 'was up every minute during the one nd of the state to tho other, tion than theyjiad ever been up to to Some, tls true, wero hesitant, but tin nnd tho writer, ench of whom flnnlly arrived and as ho gave tho ''light, and it, was after dark tlwt who had made good and efficient of that time. "By Gosh" to use the tho same can be said of somo o thc. invited to nccofjipany tho pro bunch the once-ovfrom above tho, Heflln got good nnd even with tho ficials were defeated for no apprecia Judge's Cambelllto cus3 word, I hope men. Give the ladles halt a chance, ble reason except for freak'notlons of cession headed by Judgp Mack Cook, top of his orange colored clashes ho Czar. ho wins by a big majority, along with lot them become thoroughly versed It's press hour and wo will have to the voters. his Jurisdiction mid the practice of his prok-ailon- j who found out that the rest of tho ticket. with, tho candidates and .they will Another feature of the primary, ciu.mi1 when ho stopped from tho vas not limited to tnuler lull' all conclude this Important article next o-unerringly pick their cholco, .,wlth. more conspicuous than ovor before THE WAY WILSON-RAhe ISroen River Forry nt Borah's. Car!, l:nds of common stock. do week. much better grace than the men. and. It had been provalent enough 51 Taylor, Oeortfo Jones, and Malen he Job notwithstanding tho charac- " IX DISTRICT Miss Mattle Kuykendnll of Center-b- e ovory since tho primary law was enII. Heflln all of whom wanted to st tcr of tho herd, for 2 bits nplcre. So CHESTER ROYAIi DIES visiting her uncle, Mr. Worth acted, was tho turning down ofmen somebody but could not muator went to work and In about two town, Is Mr. George-- S. Wilson, Democratic the iiropcr credentials, duo to tho shakos of a dead sheep's tall an- - Tlchonor andMrs. TIchenor and her oflmown and established ability to candidate for circuit judge, carried Mr. Chester Royal, son of Mr. and fait that M. F. Chumjoy nnd Hoy 11. nouncod that nothing ailed any of jaunt, Mrs. John Hell and Mr. Dell, take a gambler's chanco on unknown the sixth Judicial district ovor his Mrs. Lee Royal of near Hartford, died modlcore. Instances are numerous. opponent L. P. Tanner by better Foreman had not boon sworn In tho fellows and that his examination this week, than ct the homo of his paro- 's, Friday " In both parties. But for tho inexpe- 2000 votes. Mr. Wilsonis a capable night' after several weeXs illness, properly, as clerks authqrlzod to is- had boon thorough, especially as re- diency of doing soI coiild namo nu- lawyer, a fine gentleman and is "lated to tho common diseases, such KI'SUJr IX ,1. P. O. C. sue writs and hiinillo court of well of typhoid fever. HACKS IIY DISTRICTS' merous instances in the state. Then too', on investigation, t as distemper, hotrlphllus (scintlflcal- qualified for the high .office which he Mr. Royal was a very promising1 Over in Woodford county, where seeks. Below is given tho was discovered that Worth Tlchonor ly called "hots") nnd all of the total vote young man held In high rnteom by all tho Governor rcihored a Jailer for by counties. Dlstik--t Xo. I had lost his keys as Jailor and could minor nnd moro Important forms of who knew him. At the time of his 344 failing to protect a prisoner from a Jas. A. Holing jiot either keep or bring prisoners to bellyache, thereupon tho Czar groan- -' Wilson Tanner death ho was actively engaged '. 3S7 mob, thef Jailer's wife was a candidate Ohio and from tho Court, It was moved by ed an Imnveuse sigh of relief and gave , J. P. McCoy GC5 ,.1801 He Is survived by his parfor jailer and was elected by a largo Daviess District Xo. 2 Blankonshlp and seconded by permission for all presnt to do as they Claude 4474 3S91 ents ,wlfe, Infant daughter and a. 15.'. majority, and tat tho same primary McLean W . C Knott Cecil Tlchonor, who were lkowlso durn pleased. A vote of condemnn-- j 1230 1080 brother nnd sister. He was a mem174 tho county judge, with whom the Hancock Felix Shaver present, that all efforts to transact tlon was given Sop Williams, not as 3G9 117 ber ot tho Concord Baptist Church, Governor had had quite a controversy District Xo..!I l,egal business, by tho bodybe sus- - the gathering cared anything especial-ponde- d and the Masonic Fraternity. 179 over the samo matter, was defeated O. E. Scott for four years or moro, which ly about Sop's absence, but on ac- -' Total The funeral was conducted at tho 7S74 5753 1P3 by GOO majority Upheld, tho Gov- N. M. Taylor count of the disappointment Sep motion carried, unanimously. home of his parents Sunday afterr Q. B. Brown .,333 ornor with the right hand and turned In falling to show up with n TIIAXKS VOTERS Morris Chuinloy was elected, or noon by Rev. M. G. Snell. Burial him down with the left. This inci District Xo. I self appointed, Chairman of the body, slaughtered goat ho promised to took place at Sunnyslde Cemetery, 303 dence illustrated the efficiency of. the J. R. Murphy I wish t express my sincere thanks near Beaver Dam, under the charge?-o- f which was, In this case about tho fetch nlong, but when Mack Cook 133 prlmnry. to tho men and women of Ohio. CounJ. G. Withers tTio Masonic Fraternity, shortly afsame thing as speaker, as bo did not suggested that there were goats a . . . . T. "84 Fes Whittakor, a former Jailer in ty who supported me in the, recent ter. J. "W; Cheek less than GO per cent of that very1 plenty, Worth TIchenor movpil that Disirlct Xo. 5 the mountains, who while confined primary election in my race for mm thing, with Malen Heflln doing the the subject be dropped, which was 131 In his own jail for a misdemeanor, a Sheriff. W. A. Helm Dy this time- - the It took to make dono at once. While I failed, yet I am free YOUXG MAX BREAKS 40, or other 219 .year ago, was elected county judge, to state that the majority willed that J. W. Gray COLIiAR .BOXE IX PALI Veterinarian took n new chaw of totho rest. It was decided that no last week was overwhelmingly de- - success go to another, and, to tlrat District Xo. 0 be kept and for that reason wo bacco and announced that "it were ( 152 feated for tho nomination for that edict I bow In obedience, pledging my J. A. Edge Oscar MIdklff, the small son ot Mr. aro forced to chronicle hnppnlngs nnd time he'd ortcr bo ngoin' and if the 217' office. , best effort for the success of the en Wayne MIdklff, of Sulphur Springs, Mack Martin events from memory only, and If wo boys would pay his litle bill, he'd But to come down to our own prl- - tire Republican Ticket in November. fell from a goods box Saturday night District Xo. 7 lo not report samo oxactly and In or-l- be off as he tolo tho oleman he'd not J. N. Logsdon ..' nnd broke his collar bone. The bono .'. ,324mary. I like tho ticket. I would .Yours truly,-GEas occurred, it Is no fault of ours. bo long gone." After a consulta; was immediately set and the young-felloP. JONES. J. W. Taylor 447; have liked it 'who ovor might have About tho first thlnr occurlng af- tion 'twlxt Carl Taylor, Mack Cook, 19Sibeen nominated, .for the candidates Hartford, Ky., Aug. 9. 1921. W. C. Daugherty is getting along nicely. ter Chumley,' by some sort of shrewd Hoy Foreman and Worth TIchenor, THE SALT RIVER d ' -- ar-lan- se -- -- vc-T- er bt o- nr-re- j - ' ro-co- rd rpn-dcr- rd cr I OFFICIAL VOTE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY AUGUST 6, 1921 . Ilcnrccnttttlic I For Co. Judgo For County Court Clerk a For u C. C. Clerkl 01 For Sheriff 3 For jailer IB u a S PRECINCT 3 a v a a o S a JS ! c o w S c o co c o 86 36 20 39 10 46 10 125 71 87 3G o o a Si I a J3 "a C, Q 03 a w w T9 C3 O o 3 a a a o 5 o a a o a a e c te C9 o a EO s a 6 Ml u 38 ,BI. H o c. U2 a 4 I - V E. 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' Opponent. however, held It would j Des Moines. .Flanders; People Aug. 6. New si destroy a tree which his Ion? been that W V. ttnhli la. lh nri9hr.l..iff Terrified. ,, . . a landmark. , The order as racom-1- nne, n mamn . ,nuns ... i iu inurner-- 1 milted ers with his own hands, hag seeming-- , --- ly stirred the entire nation Hun- ShasMtdn. JMglutn. Julr 24 The MAltV MAODALKNK AM) dreds have written to Itobb. either Clere-Xtw- a, ' Langemarck. MukMiante of KVK KT MOST VOTKS i congratulating or condemning him Kladen. Woumen and other The Ret Kobb says he finds JustiboaiwUnx the forest of Houth-uief- e. CAMELS the Quality Home. Aug 6 Eve was the luckwero ."startled out of their sleep iest woman of alt tint, in the opin- fication for his course In the Ulble and that nothing can sway him from Jileht rtcently bj a furious ion of the women readers of a Roman Why, just buy Camels and look at the package! his office desk Is which brought them scurry-f- S newspaper that recently held a vote it Meantime rwautped with mall, nnd more letters the best packing science has devised to keep tMtl nt Diolr more or less repair- to determine what woman of history v ed dwellings and In search of dug- their women subscribers would pre- arrive with eery visit of the mall cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. out jm ihoy used to do during the fer to-- be, If they could have ther man Herein what a few of the corx respondents say: Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside ' "ftmi larrlble years." as they were choice. Eugene A Pratt, Cleveland- - It Is Jj Flanders. calld Most of the women said they preand the revenue stamp over the end to seal the packThe jveasnts around the forest ferred the role of Eve. They reason- your duty cither to resign as sheriff age and keep it air-tigh- t. bnva came experts in artillery and ed that Eve. alone among the women or neer enter the pulpit again You can not serve two masters that night they say. was of all time, had no competition. the son-agH. .V Solllday, Johnson Bible And note this! There's nothing flashy about the MrtUfeJn more terrific than they Adam had to be true to her for School, Klmberlln. Tenn : You put .heard during the war First there were.no other to amp him. bad Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not thpre came vollejs of the familiar And if she did talk too much he your duties toward your fellow-me- n , improve the smoke. Hot a cent of needless expense Genoa 77s. Austrian SSs, to which couldn't run away; there was no first and jour duties to yotn God econd Punishment is to make crim mtwA reply the rapid stacato place to go there that mu"st come out of the quality of the tobacco. Can they repent If ou inals repnt of Inndred of batteries of French Second place in the balloting hang them? ' j Tfts. The forest of Houthulst was went to Mary Magdalene, Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on on the, x Dr. C T Hlley. Matamora, O atbteat and owing to the protracted ground that after enjoying all the merit alone. troatb Ore was spreading with furi-- o sins of the world, she was forghen. You cannot be a follower of Christ and kill jour brotheis Ask jour-sel- f, nmidity. and (hen, being made a saint, ex"What would Christ do?" Because, men smoke Camels who want the Tfen cavalry arrived on the scene. perienced all the delights of ParaThe Hev. John'M Clark, Topeka, TJh were Belgian from this batter-- i dise. Mary's wide range of experitaste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly, Kan : Ye. God Is a God of Justice mem, come to light the forest fire. ence seemed to appeal to the fair as well as a God of mercj but can blandeu. Men smoke Ca n jL for Camels smooth, "Aw it come again .the war, sir?" voters not He deal out His own Justice? I m tjwmbllnjc old woman asked of the refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga-rec- ty ec AfLj can't ,flnd a word in the Scriptures) oaaaaUa. -How Diptlirriii N Coiitnirtfri. V. v that? would Justify you in hanging aftertaste. )l)U (ills Illk-- . - - -- . ,-s One often hears the expression, 'My these men. &Odenly the cry was heard: "Gas" :hlld caught a severe co'.d which deMiss Hazel M. Dicks, Marlon, Ind : Camels are made for men who think for Md there was a statnp?de The sol-il- e veloped Into diphtheria." when the As an ordained minister. It is your bejean :o distribute gas masks simply truth was that m1 Inmost the night peasants ana left the little onethe cold had suscep- - duty to sae. not to slaj. Are you reparticularly turning good f6r evil? smklters. armed with spades, shovels. Ible to the wandering diphtheria J. A. Itash. Fort Thomas. Ky picks, dng a trench that the fire germ aad If our child has a cold when When jou kill these men you are; nthjthl 1 topped before it reached Jlphtheria i prevalent ou should th hag ammunition dumps left by 'ake him out of school and keep h' taking from them what only God tfe Uermn and allid troops in the iff the street until fully recovered, can give. Should man take what he ' not gite? atnr the forest, millions of shells is there is a hundred times more canMrs. Ethel I'tfton.'Jnks, Okla.: enough, it was T uB kinds, almost langer of hi taking diphtheria when As an officer, it Is duty to hang blow West Flanders into aakl "to le has a cold. When Chamberlain's these men; as a child fit God, it W b Jtorta Sea." Cough Remedy is given it quickly not. By morning; the fighters had the cures the cold and lessens the danger Alfred M Haggard, officer, Iowa r band of the fire, which was ttptw-if diphtheria or any && vjqalThed Mbont 100 yards from one sease being contracted.other germ di Missionary Societj : I congratulate t m you. Measured by the fair and square of thr Jnirest dumps, but meanwhile e side of the Ulble, jou are right T. S. REYNOLDS TCDACCC COV.?.avY Vyinjtrn.Salcm, N. C. alMnst S ,000,000 shells of all sorts ex-- 1 -, V- The Ite Herbert Scott, I) s They were in four separate jewrifil IT "1 rjait j i n j. - . u..m. an- '''irF-la . I am absolutelj back of Sher )Min and of four square miles of iff Kobb His stand Is the right one i the- ftrest wbere they had been jinthing remains but a few explained DEEP FALL PLOWING When it was seen that :oitMois tow.m.i: iiui,i:i How Is Your Complexion? tmeft, Jlkp bare .spars swajlng in the A woman should grow more beau OVI'lt (DIM K UOAIIS vslalL KILLS HESSIAN FLY the entrj of tho United States into the war was inevitable a plan of operaBy JONATHAN BRACE MtuI as he grows older and she will )m sun arose old peasant? A tion was submitted to Secretary of .vlth due ugaid to baths, diet and The necessltj of keeping country XXI ILLINOIS ntflA i seen going to their fields hi Lexington. Kj. Aug S Deep fall the Navy Daniels. Almost Imme- roads iu xerclse and by keeping her liver sood co.iOltion Is Jiown by bap-pe- a karrosi as if nothing had . plowing between now and the time of diately it became known KASKAS-KIAthat the a icport recently (compiled by the u ind bowels in good working order. wl. sowing next j'ear's wheat crop to de- plans had disappeared, and the menof Makrets and Ciop If jou are haggard and yellow, jour ? oldest town in stroy stubble infested with Hessian tal state of all naval officers who United States Department Estimates, i.ves losing their lustre and whites be.Tji- - Von Hnppj? of AgriculIllinois, is on coming yellowish, jour flesh flabny, Hies is the first step that Kentuckv had hud anj thing to do with them ture. EhovinB tho exte.it to which the site of uti Tto if bappy jou must be well. If t may be due to Indigestion, or to a farmers can take in preventing injury may bo Imagined. The country was thej pre imed In Indian villugu ynm are frequently troubled with con- farm pro nnd It was sluggish liver. Chamberla'in's Tablets to their grain by this pest, accorfling thon riding on the crest of a ducts to murket According to tho sripstjon and indigestion jou cannot to suggestions which have been made wave of spy fear and it was sup- - roport, which shows the tonnage of here that correct these disorders. m 's b alrnxether happy. Take by Harrison Carman, entomologist posed a Gorman spy had got Father Marquette, after hl first the "pa 1 1 products hculed on country roads, e Tablets to correct-thesat the Kentucky Agricultural Exper- pers and sent them to Germany giving tho joarly average dscoury of thy Illinois rier, isrrrKit.MiLK iskttkii l, for tho They are prompt and established a Jesuit mission In iment Station. All land which con Now after four years of THAN MASH FOIt HKNS attempted porlod from 1915 to 1919, thoro wero cuy and pleasant to 1(175. Four years-- later La .Salle, tain stubble should be tracing, the plans have been found In 27 tons of tr.tso 11 crops hauled for m ruke. the French explorer, passed Lexington. Ky . Aug S. Butter- plowed to a depth of five or six inches a neglected drawer of tho desk of evory 100 ncics of land through the Clreat Lakes, landed The aver-ag- o In August o that the fragile files Josephus Daniels, tonnage of the 1 lcrops hauled milk Is more valuable for egg prountouched since ut the Chliugo rler and pushed DAKOTANS WATCH W. W. on to the Illinois rher, whkh he on count!- - roads erc'i jear for tho duction than meat scrap ant If avail- cannot get to the surface. If stub- thej were given to him. ble on the farm is badly Infested the -: named after the Indian tribes period mer.tlo.icd amounted to S6.- able in plentiful quantities can com4t. Trouble nun resulted from I W W ' IUMjY'S HFKOI.NM living In that region. Here he ! pletely replace the usual mash fed safest way to get rid of the flies is to 'too tons Tho 11 c.ops roferre.l aad (tthc--r radicals who are agitating Flies from tho built a fort and sent his boat to hens, according to results of an burn off the field to In tho roport are corn, wheat, oat3, awaax traveling harvest hands In b,i k to Montreal for further supstubble emerge in September and When Hilly asked for Mart's hand. barloj-- . r.ve. experiment conducted by the rice, flaxseed, cotton (in- SNft .and North Dakota One plies. When bis esel did not place tholr eggs on any volunteer or Suid pa, "Take her, mj son. -Agricultural Experiment Stafluillnr .eed). tobflc:o, potatoes, and w.s killed bj the agitators return he sturtcd home on foot Late My troublo"s o're; Fin fooling grand; cultivated hay. tion which have Just been announc- other wheat in the vicinity iiml .succeeded iu finding his way he rtfued to Join their organ!-2arVasplanting and the use of fields that Hut yours have Just begun " ed. Sour sklm-mil- k : e is equally as are to Montreal through n thousand Kan-n- s authorities are also known to be free from the flies Country Gentleman valuable in the ration of the miles of tangled wilderness. He h ftT the I W W organizers anJ Constipation is tho starting point precautions that can be. used gathered together another expehen as buttermilk, according to are them thf choice of going Viffor many .serious diseases. To bo rivi: tkagi:dii:s dition and ret ut nod to the fort, J H Martin, under whose direction later In the season, according: to the wrj-k a harvest hands or being to hoalthj-- , keop the dowels active and entomologist which he had left In charge of the test was made. Hro-jT'and regular. Horblne will removo all acTho flaxseed stage of ;the fllf, his companion Tonty, The fort A man stiuck a uiauh to see If Three pons of 20 White Wjan-lotte- s cumulations In the bowols and put he found in ruins, but finally which Is the most familiar form of each, of the same age and the gaiolluo tank to hLs ant'i was thesjstem In locating and restulng In prlnio condition. Prico housed under Identical conditions, the Insect to farmeis, appears as a onmpty Jt wasn't. Tonty, who had been drlu-- out 60 cents Sold by Ohio County Drug seed-lik- e smooth, hilling, ?BB FLETCHER'S wore used In the experiment. A man patted a stiange bull dog by the Iroquois Indians. All Co objpet and Is loft In the stubble pons were fed the same grain ration the head to see If the critter was This rlverway to the Mississipwhen the wheat Is cut It remains pi became one of the leading :oiuisting of 70 pounds of cracked rftectlonate. It wasn't. mm When tho baby Is suffering tho in this condition until the latter .nenuos of communication be-- , corn nnd 30 pounds of oats A mran speeded up to see If ho One part MA.W KlI.hKI) in i:ior. double affliction of hot weather and of July when adults come out. twtcn The'lYem-f- i In the North pen was fed a diy mash made could boat t. In to tho crossing. bowel disorders, i of Tho largest number of adults ap- He und Louisiana. French settlers tho remedy needed JO pounds each of torn moal, ground couldn't. Tbi ontHit between the Italian Is McGee's Haby Kllxlr, pears about tho time oarly-sovv- n soon located hero nnd estabIt reduces A man touched a trolloy wire oatt, bran, shorts and meat scraps In Fascist! and communists has xiiieml to tho feverish condition. corrcLs tho lished the most friendly relawheat comes up. Injury to the crop see addition to the grain ration; tho if it was chaigod. It was. 'w iaiye .mas of th peninsula tions with the Indians-- . In fact, stomach and checks looseness of tho Is caused by the minute grubs which A mnn second pen was fed the same mash, though the Illinois country wiis 7y deaths occurring At hatch fiom eggs producted bj these see if ho cut out his advertising to bowels Price, line ami r.ttn, ,,.. i,i . iva ni with th6 exception of the meat scrap. odt'il by France to Knglnnd In could save money iv tlf. SarTa Fascist! raided the- town and Sold bj Ohio County Drug adults. 17&J, the sentiment of the Indiin addition to tho grain and had butdidn't Author unknown . Tim comiuunkts and kHk4 i onipanj-in ans nnd Ficnch together was so termilk available at all times while UMi&mjju. Joined and made a buut fot Apply a cotton cloth wot with hostile thnt It was seeral jeais ththird pen rogelved nothing but FaaclHti. killing them whex-ve- r tk befoio the territory tould be oc- Snow Liniment to all wounds, butteiiuilk" in addition to the giuin. M)ut :i perished betore the Coaati upled. Itesults obtained up to August 1 cuts, burns, sores or bllsteis. and leased', Jas)iir in which even During the devolution It was showed that the first pen had pro- note its wonderful healing power It! vJWr Mk pan with rifles and ina- tJeotve Itogeiu flurk and his asaV fe JB IB T4i sbbs Ulif-ub- k fited 1.C6L' eggs from November 1. is prompt and very effective Price Ti ulns y ere f irwl on Into tlie territory nortli pen had produced 2.060 30c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle Soldi the second of the Ohio uliJi h captured unl inaay were riddled with builetH m eggs during the same period of time, by Ohio County Drug Companj. and dr.ip the L'tigllsli At itetavtreiltt the Pascisti entered ull from this province. Vurlotw md the third had produced 2.S90 hovoi searehing for communists and UPHOLDS OIL rOMlMIi .stuttM clulined lltfhts to pans of KKS or 728 mortt than tho first n,i hfwfr ihey found a communist thl territory, but these were and 330 more than the second oanl the owners wb taken out Hartford Republican lias made a special In an opinion handed down llnull eetli'd to the fetleral govby 4 uati ehot, niter whkh his house was clubbing rate itlx the Memphis Weekly ernment and In 17S7 It was Judge Donahue of the Ohio court of Commercial bentaH. rOU.VTHV HAS TllltHK FLAG', formed kilo the Nortliuent Ter-iltoappenls. the practice of ' i.p.ums Appeal by which we will furnish both papers This truct extended from supplying tanks and meusunni Iu one 3HSA.aJi I'UKsKKVATJO.N IVnnsjl'ailu n the MUsIsslppI year for the low price of V'!e Germany - o r'"iil"( tjifr- - pumps to retailers Is not onl.v i n! ADAJiy IIOMH nnd eventually dMdeil Into are strong factions which uot to competition but is adv.n.3-geou- s Ohio, Indiana, Illinois und Mlthl-gubeen willing to ntcept the black, red o the public ' This die! cm -laAs). Mk.., Auk' Sbntiment and gold flag of the now government. revel- - the order In 1818 Illinois was admitted of the feutial rwawanrarH; irmmphtid ocr modern The monarchists still cling to the aid trade commission which as the twentj first stuto with tin directed oil WVffam when the Qulncy cli) council black, whit eand red flag of the em- companies to areu of ri(j,(iai square miles. The "ceaso and dosist" from imhIoh on an otder to Ukt a rtmltyU pire while the Vrods" of various such pistilces stale Is one of the most leel In Itm of the .lo)4B Adam, lawn In The Commercail Appeal is one of d hades JioUt tholr the country and Is often tailed emthe ' Qdnv w the widening or Frauklin the I'mlile State blem on evorj occasion I'olltleully Whenever and best papers in the South and we hope to largest find .stom:.v w.k plans street Illinois is the most Important receive theio U a gtmorul meeting tliuie Is many new subscribers on this offer. One stuto In tho Union next to New i hifrte rranula Adams, the QulnusiiHllj' u fight among the adherents The disappearance of' dollar and York and I'eimsjhanla as It lies cy tTlnorloul Soelety and the Dwiigh-tMiseventy-fiv- e of tho throe flags. cents cash for both papers. Send Paiades where tho navy's war plans in 1917, which twentj-nlnuluttoral otod for in uf th Amitrlean Ileolutirni the rod flag or the old imperial col- caused consternation In navy circles your subscription now. Don't delay president. tiaaatsU, fh annexation. Adams said ( ors aro can fed are often broken up nnd which baffled the U. S. intent. by HcClure Newppr 8nJlcJte.) Vim) 4 iiisHMiratQ the Uwslii.ne in violently by friends of tho republic. gunce service for four yearshas been KTirE SCENES t I Eveirythirid for CTJALIT nothing for show 1 It's J I w pHAT'S OUR IDEA in making Cigarette. ee irst x it e i I ' i- - fBgttf&fe; , I l 1KEm:l tl rw The Story of Our States Zs. M fo-ii- Ilti-rea- Cham-berlcJn- eff'.r-tiflf-taa- Kentucky- T w L laj--in- g - d sue-teedt- 'd Jh.ild.ren Cry red-brow- n, O ASTO R A n f M-J- !hi Hal-lard- 's fmnna I Kni-kask- I l;m Ihe o. v. for )l'-IO- n. lur S1.75 blood-coloie- v o J ALIENS IN RUSH TO GET PROPERTY Hundred Kile Cliilnm With ('iisto-- , tllnii A( Washington, Many .llnwl. Washington, Aug. C. In n quiet government building nt Sixteenth iim) 1 Btroels ninro property piobably is changing IiimhIh dnlly thnn tit tiny nthor point In the United States. The building Is tlie hondtiunvtors of the alien property custodian. That official Hol.od tho American property of citizens of tiermnny and Austrla-lluiiBciduring tltc snr, Now ho Is faced with tlio task of returning It. Claims are pouring In hy the hundred. Alrondy nearly 8,000 Indivldu-a- l cases havo been settled. Moro than 1,200 are ponding. Tho claims fall : broadly Into First Herman or Austrian owned corporation or branches of such corporations operating In the United Statue. Second Kneiny indivldunls holding land In this country or money deposits in American hanks. Third American citizens or others who have debts against enemies and 'were, prevented from collecting them hy tho seizure of the enemies' property. Facts nnd figures on individual rases are held confidential. It is learned from unofficial sources, however that the claims of some enemy corporations mount into the uillllons. 1'romlnent nmoug theso In said to be the Bosch Bagncto Company, which Is said to have claims totallns ry thrce-.cngos$12,-000.0, Only on tho ovo of tho 'marriage did Wells let It bo known that ho wan a rich, man. Tho couple wns married Juno 23rd Inst and aro In I'ncadejia Tho mnrrlngo was on n honeymoon. kept secret until today because of notoriety given Wells In his recent divorce from .Mrs. Stavia W. Wells, on May 13, in Warren, O. started Well's second romance while he was striken with n nervous breakdown In this city and was In a stnltariuiu. '.Miss I'ovle, nt that time a canteen worker, mot him tind they fell In lovo. LIVE STOCK. "ra CALIF. TOPS WORLD IN HOP GROWING Han Francisco, Aug. C. Dpsplto tho fact that prohibition was supposed tn put nn end to the chief use of hops, Cnllfornln bop ranches, which havo tho highest jleld of any In the world, Inst year produced about pounds of hops, which sold for npprnviinntcly $5,000,000. This was revealed In a statement hero by E. Clomens Hurst, hop and barley expert, who has been studying the industry. "California is tho greatest stnte of the Union In point of tonnage and the greatest in tho world ' In average harvest per acre and modern zmethodB of culture," said Horst. j . "In the harvesting of hops Callfor- - i nla has made the greatest advance In that It Tins developed, the machine, which is now used on many of tho lnrge hop ranches not only In California but in other parts of the ' i world. "When hops aro picked tho vines , aro cut fromthc trellis nnd hauled In g wagons to the machines, whero thoy aro fed Into machines at the rate of about 12,000 vines per touiiour day, which mean." the picking of about HO, 000 pounds of mi dried hops per day. Tho lnbor saving by the machine figures roughly about 10 per cent of what would be required to do the work less successfully by hand. "After the hops nro picked they are laid on tho kiln floors or drying floor wnsre mey aro Kept ior one or iwo twnty-fou- r hours for drying. They aro then moved Into cooling houses whero thoy aro kept for on or two weeks' time, and put Into bales weigh ing 200 pounds each. For export very frebusiness these bales quently reconipressod Into bales of d one-hato their original size. This reconipresslng not only better preserves the. hops, but also offects a very substantial saving in freight rates. the . "Regarding tho rank among four states which grow hops on a commercial basis, California Is first, Oregon second, Washington third and New York fourth. "The average production per acre In hop growing Is officially reported as follows: England, 900 pounds; Germany, 500 pounds; United States, 1,500 California, pounds; 885 pounds Tho counties which load in California's hop production are S'lcra-nipntYolo, Sonoma, Mendocino, Tehama, Yuba and Placer, In the north central part of tho state. 00 hop-pickiI lf one-thiro, ' ERn T Decline of the number of sheep In tho United States nt the rate of n year for tho "last twonty ynrs or in more exact figures 20,210,-00- 0 sheep reported by the authorities nt Washington has caused a wave of anxiety to spread among those interested In the livestock Industiy of the country. The report of th sheep shrinkage following so closely on tho huge ions in tho beef cattle population given out earlier in tho year show how serious tho meat situation of the country Is becoming. World supremacy in the livestock field I to pass from America unless something is done within the next year or so according to exprts who have been following the situation. Th slump In meat nnlma! production also is the more remarkable In view of the liioh prices so Inviting to during the war. According to exports unlost tin farmer of this country awal:e to thf situation not only will the livestock Industry have slipped from his grasp Among Individuals whoso property but he will bo forced to buy his has been poized aro several titled meats from abroad for bin own sus(annum. Countess von Bernstorff, tenance at prices that will astound American wife of tho fonnor German him ambassador to the United States, held u large tract of valur.blo property THE I'ICIKMIS WE XEVKIt SEE which she is trying to recover. Claims may bo settled In two ways Around the corner I have a 'friend, they may bo turned over directly to In the great city that has no end. Attorney General Ilaughorty or the Yet day go by and weeks rush on, claimant may start suit in a United And before I know ft a year Is gone; disal- And 1 never seo my old friend's face State court. If Daugherty lows a claim, the claimant can sue. For 'life is a swift ami terrible race. m p- He knows 1 like him Just as well As in the dayji when I rang lib, bell And be rang mine. We wore younger FOR FLETCHER'S 30x3x labor-savin- NON-SKI- D The Fastest Selling Tire In America, The increasing popular demand for the Firestone Standard 30x3J Inch tire over a period of years has given us big volume. Our Plant No. 2 devoted wholly to this size tire with a capacity of 1 6,000 tires nnd 20,000 tubes per day cuts costs on every operation. On May 2, wc dropped our price to $13.95 passing on to the car owner the full g plant. This tire has been our benefits of this big sales volume and this standard for years four plies long staple fabric extra gum between piles heavy d tread. The greatest value ever offered car owners. Insist on Firestone. non-ski- Our Cord Tire Values .Firestone Cord tires are made exclusively In Plant No. 1. Our process of double d each ply of cord gives thicker insulation. The massive tread, with extra thickness where wear is most severe, gives real effectiveness in holding the slipping and adds many extra miles of service. car against gum-dtppinon-ski- Firestone Cord tires are cold at the lowest rriccs In' cord tire history: 30x3. 524.50; 32x4, $46.30; 34x4J., S54.90. There are Firestone Dealers Everywhere to Serve Yoit X w Jk And now wo are busy, tired men Tired with playing a foolish game, KTOIIK I.OItK. Tired with trying to make a name. "Tomorrow" I say, "I will call on Jim If you expect clerks to mako sales Just to show him I'm thinking of from catalogs, bo sure your catalogs him." are systematically arranged where tomorrow comes and tomorrow thoy can bo found without keeping Hut goes; customers waiting. And the distance between us grows and grows. If you wait for all tho conditions Around the corner yet miles and to bo Just right beforo you branch miles away out or enlarge, you will be running "Here's a telegram, sir." "Jim died the same llttlo shop when it conies times for you to retire. And that's what we get and deserve In the end equal, tho man Other things being tho corner a vanished "Around who sells the most goods Is the ono ( friend." Selected. people to buy, who asks tho most r asks them tho most frequently and AN OLD MlI.IiEU'S ADVICE It certainly tho moat persuaslvoly. pays to ask. "My son, don't be a lazy mutt, Give ear to this advice: When a customer has oven a small water, but grlovanco as If The Lord will freeze the grievance, treat that You must cut the Ice. It were as serious a thing to you as to him. "Now, son, you'd bejter thinkable If you would like to eat; SIMDKll THE The Lord gives rain and sunshine, but You have to sow the wheat. "Walk yourself out of my kitchen," Said the spider to the fly. "And, sdn, If up life's stream you'd go "You may havo just been wading thru Don't think ythat you can float; Good Heaven knows what sty! Tho Lord will send the breezes, but Ten million vile bacilli You've got to steer tho boat. May bo clinging to your feet, . nowadays Anil I am careful "So, son, don't be a lazy mutt, Regarding what I eat. If you'd learn my miller's art; The Lord's a good provider, but "Your species once, was welcome You havo to do your part." "' Yes, and more within my walls; Northwestern Christian Advocate. Hut now I know your tribe to bo mm Tho worst that files or crawls. WHY NOT 1 know what laid my people low IX HAWKS OliOTHES? In their last dread disease; So take yourself away from hero Harry Carey's new baby had his And do it quickly, please!" first horseback ride at Universal City last week. We was taken to the set Tho naughty fly still buzzed about, where the famous star Is working In ' And argued on the thing; "Pardnors," his forthcoming film, her, And so the spider swatted and hoisted to a horse. With Harry Smote head and foot and wing. Flying Squadron Carey's famous his house Ho sterilized his food; putfehors standing around admiringHe fumigated then; ly, the lltlo. fellow smiles cheerfully . Inoculated all his folks; y as and kicked tho snorting And lived In poaco again! legs would near tho ribs as his lltlo . 'reach. He toured around the western HUT IS IjUCKY KHHS street In tow of Robert Thornby, who Aug. 4. Believing hor-bo- U Is directing Carey in the story, bolNew York, to have been wooed and won by stering up his courage every few mina poor man, Misa Marion A. Povlo utes with a husky pull at a flask of milk. now Mrs, Thomo3 IT. Wells, Jr. 4 has awakened to find horselt tho THE FIRST TOBACCO bride of a millionaire. It was all Just like tho oldfash-lone- d The first recorded mention of tostory books. Miss Povie, dnugh; an associate bacco Is In Columbus' dairy for Notor of Mortimer Povie, use of the editor of tho Ladlos Homo Journal, vember 20, 1492. Tho family In a modest weed was soon Introduced into tho lived with her Spanish peninsula and about 1G60 flat on the top floor of a West the Frinch Ambassador at Lisbon, apartment. street Along came ThouuiB H. Wells, Jr., Jean Nicot, sent some of the herb inwas named In honof Hubbard, O., who made, no boasts to Franco, when It seems of who he was or what ho had.' Tho or of tho sender Nlcotlana. It parents liked him hut to have been first brought to England girl and hor were under the Impression that ho by Lano's returning colonists about was a struggling real estate dealor. 1G86. !" Children Cry OA3TO RI A then, HE S HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. panies will now probably lower their . RETURN RERNSTOFF PROPERTY Tho aljen property custodian has returned to Countess Bernstoff, American wife of the former German am bassador to this country, stocks, bonds and cash amounting to which were seized under the "trading with the enemy" act. Countess Bernstoff based her claim on the fact that she was by birth a citizen of the United States and had Inherited the property from hor father. Her prsent residence Is Starnburg. Upper Bavaria. KILL LAWYER FOR RKVKKGB n A. C. Banta, a crlrain-slawyer of Great Ben, Kans., Tcho had been relentless In criminal trials 3lhi1 especially in prosecutjon of I. YV. Wi. cases, was shot and killed. It is believed revenge was the motive sis 3us watch and pocket book were untouched. well-knowl mt THE CAUTIOUS SCOT. PLANS TO AID STARVING s - '' , -- HIP-POCKE- cow-pon- Nlne-ty-slx- th in Bolshevists and Russia havo now Joined hands to help the thousands of starving peasants. A central committee of famine relict has been formed In Moscow and full guaranty of freedom 'In tho collection and distribution of funds has been granted by the government. Appeals havo been made officially or unofcase?" ficially to all foreign governments "Ah, weel, I'm much obliged tae for help, nnd the famous writer, Max- -. ye, but 1 dlnno think I'll go tae law Im Gorky, was sent to Germany to this time, for, you see, tho case I've . make a personal appeal. Tho Ger-- ! laid before ye is my opponent's." mans agreed to furnish doctors and Youth's Companion. 'medicines but no food. Herbert m Hoover, chairman of the American NEGROES COMING NORTH relief administration, answered Cor-ky- 's rail 'or aid by demanding the ,Figures announced by the census prcllnlnary release of all American bureau show that tho white popula- prisoners held In Russia. He said tion of this country from 1910 to the association was ready to begin re1920 increased 16 per cent, compared lief work, but demanded the same to 22 per cent in the previous decade liberty that had been accorded It In war and consequent cessation of Im- the other 23 countries whero it had migration. The negro population functioned. Fear has been expressgained only G.5 per cent, against 11 ed by the bolshevik government that per cent in tho previous decade and the "capitalistic countries will take 18 per cent from 1890 to 1900. The advantage of tho confused condition distribution of colored population In- to causo new military action against creased in the North 44 per cent, Russia." against 17 per cent In the previous decade. In the West it incrased 55 MASSAGE REVIVES per cent. These migrations have HEART THAT STOPPED been mainly to cities and manufacturing towns and they reveal the basis The heart, of Wlllam Carrlgan, of in cerT Belleville, N. J., was observed to stop for tho strong' racial tain sections. during nn operation being performed Sur In a Newark hospital hospital. PHOTOGRAPHS TIIROUGn geons tried to revive him by massag SOLID STONE WALL tng tho muscles in tne vicinity or tne heart. This had no effect so they cut There will bo no privacy In the into his body to enable one of tho homes of the future if tho discovery doctors to touch the outer covering of expert does the heart with his finger. A llttlo, by a certain. French what is claimed for It. M. Contre-moulln- s, rubbing nt this closo range caused chief of tho laboratory of Carrlgan's heart and pulso to func radlo-graph- y for the Paris hospltaIs( tion again. When ho appeared norIs said to havo phqtographer subjects mal tho operation was resumed. The thru a stone wall moro than 250 feet man died later, however. distant from the source of the rays. During tour hours of exposuro at difSAFETY FOR THE UMPIRES ferent distances, human bones, crab and other objects were clearly photoprotector, bomb-proo- f, An graphed. Early experiments with cyclone-proo-umpire f, f, has and In 1896 required eight tho ben devised by Carl Sawyer, of New hours exposure with objects not moro York. It Is shaped like an ordinary than 10 Inches away. ennary cage, only lar.ge enough to comfortably hold a man, and Is made DESCRIBED. meshing. "Pa, what is meant by tho mi- of reinforced steel-wir- e From this safety zone the umpire nority vote?" "It's the vote I havo In this family.' can "ump" without foar of the Ire of anyone. No wild pitches, flying base ball bats, pop bottles or .brick-bat- s Few of us ever got heat prostration from making bay while the sun can harm him. Tho Invention fills sblnes.--Ne- w a long-fewant and insurance cpin- York Times. ay mob-proolt A Scotsman went to a solicitor laid before him a question and asked him if he could undertake the case, reports the Birmingham Weekly Post. "Certainly," replied the solicitor. "I will readily undertake the case. We're sure to win." "So ye really think it's a good rates to umpires. 00 Do not watch your competitor enviously. Give him full credit, his business is larger than yours, then ho Is worthy of your esteem. Tea can learn from him. ir Ms9 CEiEBdren Cry for Fletcher's Ihe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his pe-r? ponal BUPervston B'nce its infancy:. Allow no one to deceive vou in thfc. " are butt All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. in use for over over jyy? - Just-as-go- od Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric;. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains: neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its. age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,. Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrlshness arising; therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep, The Childrea'e Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of C&z&v eueMat la Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought freo from TO THE HEPUULICAN VOTyour scout organization ERS OF OHIO COUNTY moRt.of tho handicaps that tho average scout troop has to overcome. McIIonry, Ky., Aug. S, 1021. Start your troop, adapt your Ideals Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY and standards and mako your troop Greetings: 1 desiro to take this method of live and grow. Incorporated thanking tho many friends who so Will tho Hartford Herald please loyally supported mo in tho primary W. S. TINSLEY, Editor toll tho public Just what Republican Just closed nnd to thoso who saw fit nnd Business Manager. "Boss" is still in the saddle? In an to support others In tho race I deEntered according to lnw at tho Tdltorlal of tills week, wo find these siro td say I have .nothing but the as uail lines: "In Ohio County tho people, kindliest of feelings. I made a clean, Postofflce, Hnrtrord, Ky Blatter of tho second class. irrespective of party affiliation want honorable fight and did tho very best j a chnnge from tho oxtravagant and I could to win in an honorable way, to Inefficient administration which we and altho defeated, I am just tho Address nil communications The Hartford Republican. hnve had for tho last four years. This same sort of a Republican now that was shown by the result of the Re- I wns when I announced for the Republican primary Saturday." Yet tho publican Nomination NOTICE TO SURSCRH1ERS for County Subscribers desiring tho papery sent Herald says tho "Bosses" nro still In Court Clerk and I have 'no "soro a new address must give tho old tho saddle. That strikes us as a spots" to heal over. The people ddrcss In making tho request. No have spoken nnd I willingly submit to Business Locals and Notices 10c statement rather Inconsistent. better evidence of "Ross" rule has their mandate and nm for tho Re per line, and 8c per lino (or each insertion. been given the people of Ohio Coun- publican Ticket nominated on last Obituaries, Resolutions nnd Cards ty In a long, long time than was ex- Saturday without any exception and of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc (or each head lino and slgnautro, money hibited In the Democrats' primary of i promise now that I shnll put forth ' Saturday. We unhesitatingly Invite my very best effort to Jielp roll up in advance. Church Notices for services free, the Herald to a comparison of tho tho biggest Republican majority this but other advertisements, lc per attitude of the Governing authorities fall that has ever been given In this word. Anonymous communications will of the two parties In Saturday's pri- county. As spoken In legal parlance, receive no attention. mary, and If the "Dosses" did not I withdraw my claim for tho Republiprevail In its party, then wo announce can nominntion for County Court TELEPHONES here and now that wo will support Clerk Without prejudice, reserving Farmers Mutual 59 its nominees. If what the Herald the right to renew it at a later date. Yours- for the success of the Resays in regard to tho- - Republican ' ." voters voting for a change Is true it publican Party. FRIDAY AUGUST 12 M. F. CRUMLEY. naturally follows that' tho "Bosses" t It speaks of as being still In the sad-- , die can not, by any chance be cor- BODY OK WORM! WAR REPUBLICAN TICKET VETERAN BROUGHT HOME rect. And, it ought to have said that tho "Bosses" had lost their bossing The body - of Malen A. Benton, p'owcr, if, there be Bosses, and they World War veteran who was killed sought to exercise It. Again, the Herald says: "that party, tho Repub on the Verdun sector In October 1!1S. lican, cannoj give us relief, irrespec- arrived at Heaver Dam Snfirc'ny and tive of tho personnel of tho ticket." M'tu I uvkrt at Beulah Church. n?ar Just another instance of where all 73rda, Sjndny Funeral services were conducted the brains and honesty are to be found within the nominees of tho by Rev. Landretb. American Legion Democratic ticket and party. Accord- men 'from tho Rockport and Hartford ing to the Herald it would have made juwts tii: ed a' pall bearers an.! esno difference as to who may have cort. Vvt Benton died from a shell been nominated, It would have been same. That is going a long way, wound in tho hip. He Is survived by the so to one sister, Mrs. E. O. Her, of Beaver saying a "whole mouth-full- " Fur Circuit JuiIkc speak, and nothing could better serve Dam. R. W. SLACK tho Republican Party In Ohio CounFor ConiiiioiiMt'iilthN Attorney APPRECIATES YOUR VOTE. ty than statements like that. Like CAUDE E. SMITH the "Nigger" equality, mixed schools, I. appreciate the vote that the For Circuit Court Clerk etc., campaign of last fall, it ought to of Ohfo County ga"ve me Saturday FRANK BLACK pluce every Republican in Ohio Coun- r made an honest fight and feel that l'or Representative ty in fighting armor. We are ready my opponents did likewise and have IRA JONES to admit that not all Republicans arm only the feeling towards all For County Judge or error, but the of them. kindest freof from fault, I will be behind every R. It. WEDDJNG Herald would have the world believe nomine and will do all I can for the Admission someIt says Democrat, that when For County Court Clerk success of Republican party in thing faultless Is mentioned. Line November. the E. G. I1ARRASS ' the two tickets up, turn th,e sunshine' F.ir County Attonu- Yours truly. in, from Judge Slack and Claude OTTO C. MARTIN JOHN T. KING. Smith down. Wanton extravagance For Sheriff and Inefficlenc.of those past, now in G. A. RALPH and those to follow, no difference as For Tax ConmiisMoiici' to who they might have been, providROY KEOWN ed they be Republicans, is a claim J'or Jailer-easily established according to the NATHANIEL HUDSON i Herald's rather extravagant idea, as For Coroner expressed. Farm Implements, Farm Wagons, Surreys, Buggies, W. A. HIMES Rowing Machines, Tractors, Wheat Drills. THANKS AND APPRECIATION For County Surveyor Highest Grade Standars Farm Wagons, Complete with Bed C. S. MOXLEY To the Voters of Ohio County: ' Spring Seat and Break . .' For J. P. O. C, District No. 1 S 08,75 I sincerely thank you for your in J. P. McCOY Buggies for Young Men Highest Grade Rubber Tire 08.75 terest and support, given me in the District No. 2 , Highest Grade Steel Tire Buggies for Young Men 88.75 recent Primary Election. I above all FELIX SHAVER .' appreciate tho hospitality shown me 11W.7S Highest Grad Steel Tiro Surreys for Family District No. 3 during my candidacy not only by you 05.00 Q. B. BROWN-Distric- t Highest Grado Mowing Machines who were personally behind mo, but No. 4 00.50 Highest Grado Wheat Drills also you who could not see mo as the J. R. MURPHY Highest Grade Tractors, Price on Application. logical man for the nomination for Sibtrict No. 5 County Clerk this time. This sale closes Wednesday, August 24th. Get busy J. W. GRAY While I was defetaed by the nar Dihtrict No. 0 . and save some money on some of these items. row margin of only 36 votes I am MACK MARTIN now ready and willing to pledge my District No. 7 FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY whole hearted support to the entire J. W. TAYLOR FORDSVILLE, KY. JAKE WILSON, Manager. Republican Ticket at the November Election. Someone, somewhere, once said Yours for success to tho Republithat Boy Scout work at least accom- cans this November, plishes three things: first, it gives JAMES A. TATE. boys drill work which niakes them think and act quickly; second, it PROF. ROY II. FOREMAN THANKS makes them observant; third,' it PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY. trains them to take hold of community work. That someone was right. To My Friends of Ohio County: Tbese are tho very qualities that the I wish to express my appreciation country boy needs. A group o( ob- for tho interest that you took in my servant, public spirited, quick think- campaign for tho nomination for ing boys would revolutionize the life County Court .Clerk. I tried to conol their home town or community in duct my campaign sothat it I won ten years. Our boys aren't all of fin nomination, I would be worthy THE UNIVERSAL CAR tii em tho best of boys, some good, of my opponents' support and influsome bad and sonio, just boys, but ence, and now I want to assure tie they are all due tho best training that nominees of the Republican party wo can give them. Scout training that I am fo them and especially the will lend something to the developman who donated me for thj nomiment of the modern boy that in many nation for Co.i Court ClorK. This . instances the father and mother are has been an unusual primary, so We can now make immediate delivery on Ford powerless to give. Wo have the many candidates for each offlco and boys, wo have tho men to take hold so many voters remaining silent until Cars. The first time we have had sufficient Cars to ol such a movement as this and push the day, that it was hard to tell who it. Fathers, get behind it. Boys, get would be the men, but the time has fill our orders since early spring. after your folks, mako them get in- como and the decision is made and terested. School is opening within we are forced to beljovo that it Is Take advantage of the remaining motoring the next few weesk, tho bulk of your tho will of tho people, and now it Is uummer's work is over and with the our duty to get behind these men and months of this season. coming fall you will have skuds of do for them what we would want Hparo time. Boys get busy, organize them to do for us, it we were tho your band of, scouts, pick out your nominees. scout master and bo certain to get a yes, men, wo are on our way up good one, petition some National tho rivor and over to Lee's, then to ucout organization and whip the thing Cook's joint and back to tho under .into shape? Tho boys of this county taker's shop. Then wo will bo ready to Ideally situated, geographically for my honorable opponent, H,ro. for a successful troop of scouts. With- Embry, to say tho last words to tho in ,a few hours you can tramp to dying crowd. places which will suit your purposes Again thanking my friends for uu well as an African jungle. Most their support, and the good peoplo of tho towns of tho county aro locat- of Ohio County for their hospitality ed on rivers, or near and accessible-t- during my campaign, I remain. rivers which can be used at your Very truly yours, town convenience. You can start ROY H. FOREMAN. The Hartford Republican 3HTCS3KQ COMING! At 8:00 O'clock Tuesday Night, August 16 "; A Comedy Play Entitled f6 ' MR. BOB ?? I At the College Hall HARTFORD, KY, 0 This is a delightful Comedy, full of sparkling humor. One you are sure to enjoy and should not pass without witnessing. This play is given for the benefit of the High School. Reserved Seats, 35c; General Admission 25c. 8rMsg&&5BaflfaK nnnM!9aaMrBHHHBHBMKanea0 SPECIAL 15 DAYS SALE WE ANNOUNCE . - I ... - " : -' .? v to the discriminating r dressers of this a most lavish offering of the newest models in Ladies' and Misses' Suits. Pure wool fabrics, choice in design, and the richest com-muni- ty ever assembled in point of tone and color. Long, lines are strong in suits,- with navy, tan an$ brown leading in chosen col- t ors. v As in the last three te -- or four seasons, quality is a strong key-noin most lines. We are prepared to show you smart suits of.xtrico-tin,Poir- et twill, suede-te- x, veldyne and serges at very attractive prices. Popular priced models Finer models - - . $20.00 to $30.00 $32.50 to $45.00 Let us show you our line. , - - Beaver Dam Auto Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. I Carson (& Hartford, Kentucky. Co. Thcro It a Rood automobile foiry Reaero the river nt Rockport member tho Rockport Fair riatrfl, . August 24-2- 7. August Specials After our sale we always have many short lengths odds and ends in piece gqods 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 weathe'r. Miss Helen Ronfrow of Cynthlana, anil Miss Eva Wedding of OWnsboro, nre the guests of Mr Minnie Wedding Lee, this week. Miss Leila Olonn nnd Mattlo Duke will return" homo tomorrow after a week's visit with Mist Gorln Flener nt her homo near Cromwell. Mrs. J,. Ci I1IU returned homo Monday from Kronos whero sho has been soveral days, the guost of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Mnddox. Mr. Jeff Wilson of Pontine, Miss., Joined his wife hero a few days ago, on a visit to Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Dennett. AMONG OUR i Autumn Creations we haye numerous, fabrics and fashions for this season that will appeal to the young man. The lines of design are slightly accentuated but not too bold to offend good ' 50c Voiles at ! , 35c 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 Percale 35c Dark, $3.00. Georgette Blouses $1.50 Organdy Blouses .....' 10c Jap Fans $12.50 Men's Oxfords $0.50 Women's Strap Oxfords $2.50 Men's Fancy Shirts Silk Shirting $2.00 $1.00 Value Silk Lisle Hose 36-inch 29c 25c $1.00 $1.50 $1.00 $1.50 95c 10c 25c Hartford who We know of a certain young man In ag existed for the past egg shellsJ flvo days on crushed Someone ought to yell "nuts." taste. :.. .- .$1.00 10c 20c 20c $1.95 95c 5c . $7.95 $4.95 $1.95 $1.00 50c Notice elsowhero lu these columns an account of tho pilgrimage of tho Salt River candidates and hnvo a soft heart tho next county primary. Mrs. P. O. McKinney and little son, of Oakinont, Pa., and Miss Cozic Reid, of Rockport, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. It H. Gillespie, this week. Mrs. Sarah Fields returned to her homo at West Frankfort, 111.. Tuesday, nfter a soveral days visit with Mrs. S. J. Hawkins, of near Hartford. "Needle Molded" Clothes Tailored to your Measure in Cincinnati by THE GLOBE TAILORING CO. are the work of experienced and skilled "Needle Masters," very agreeably following the most recent style creations and arc 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. 36-in- ch Mrs. C. A. Wilson and her small of near Cromwell, are spending tho week with her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. U. daughter We appreciate your patronage. Call and see us through August. New Prices. Radical reductions in all departments. . FInyd Walker will return to his homo at Pattlovllle tomorrow after having tpent a week here tlv gutit of his brother. Rev. Russel Walker and Mrs. Walker. I xSs290 LJMi-JmilrJ'1a,l-.I- Have your tires repaired at W. D. GENTRY'S Vulcanizing Shop, Beaver Dam, Ky. 4t4 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sharer of Weston, W. Va., will teturn to their home today, having spent several weeks here with Mr. Sharer's father, Mr. J E. Sharor and other relatives in the vicinity. COOPER BROTHE Beav.er Dam, Ky. -T-l ' Mr Arthur Leach, of Graham spent Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rains have arlast week-en- d with relatives rived at Rosino from Hull, Tex., and friends in town. where they have been residing for the -. . . .AUGUST 12 VlllDAV, past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Rains Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Uirkhead and will take up their homo at Roslne, Miss Mary Warren Collins spent Mon- having had enough of Texas soil. PERSONAL NEWS day in Owenshoro. Mr. Gllmore Keown) of Lexington AND SOCIAL EVENTS here the guest of z Don't fall to see tho play entitled, spent tho week-en- d "Mr. Hob," ajt tho College Hall Tues- his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. August llockport Fair, day night, August 16th. Keown. Mr. Keown brought his tiny daughter, Ruth Virginia, down with ACTON DUOS. Portland Cement at Mr. E. G. Darrass is In Louisville on him, who will spend the rest of the gandparents. Mr. L. S. Igfehcart has been on the a liusiness trip. He went Thursday summer with her and will return Sunday. week. dilapidated list this . Word has been received here that Society met, Mon-- I Prof. J. F. Brun,er who has for the Tichenor was in OwMr. Powell The Ladies' Aid day "afternoon with Me'sdames E. past four years been connected with enshoro Tuesday. tho Hartford High school has, to' Crabtrea and Roy Foreman. gether with his family, moved to AuMr. and Mrs. J. H. D. CaVson left I eastern markets. College Hall pack- -' burn, where he will be engaged In Thursday for WANTED The ed, on Tuesday night, August 1C, to school work during the coming year. Mr. E. A. White of Horse Dranch, see tho play entitled, "Mr, Bob." As a special feature of the range was In town yesterday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Otii-- Stone of near demonstration atlhelr store, beginMrs. Everett HImea spenj. Hartford are lh proud possessore of ning Aug. 15, J. D. WILLIAMS & Mr. and with friends in Dundee. a new boy, christened Edward Lafe. SONS, Deaver Dam, Ky., ;ire giving last week-en- d away a fine, complete set of cooking Mr. J. Leslie Hagerman of Louis- ware to every person who buys a Make that old houso now wRh Red here, with Great Majestic Range. This unusual ville, spent the week-enSpot Paint. offer Is particularly atractlve at these ACTON DROS. his parents, Mr. and Mrs.'jot prices on (he ranges. Mr. Otto C Martin and son, MasA comedy entitled, "Mr. Dob" will It is certainly declUedly profitable ter Eafl Franklin, wero in Owensboro bo given at the College Hall, Tues- to buy your cooking range now. At Saturday. day night, Aug. 16th. Don't fall to the Great Majestic Range demonstration at J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS, BeaMr. J. G. Keown of Evansville, Ind. see it. Iwas n Hartford from Tuesday until ver Dam, Ky., next week, a fine comMrs. D. F. FleneF of near Crom- plete set 'of' cooking ware Is being Thursday. well, is spending the week with her given away free to every person who daughter, Mrs. R. 13. Martin and Mr. buys a Groat Majstic Range. Tho Former County Agent, M. L. ranges themselves, yjm will be interwith his Martin. " spent tho week-en- d ested to'know, are being sold at very . family hero. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop and son attractive prices. Miss eDlla Thompson of Sturgis, is1 David, and M,ra. Rachel Shultz and An interesting feature of tho the guost of Miss Ruth Riley nt the Miss Sue Yelser spent Wednesday in Great Majestic Rango demonstration Owensboro. K .Ellis. home of Mrs W. at J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Mrs. J. J. Tilford of Rosino, was Dam, Ky., is tho free gift offer of a Allen of Chicago, Miss AlUebolle and qualified complete, substantial set of cooking 111., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jno. B. in Hartford yesterday as administratrix of her late husband, ware with each Great Majestic Range Judge Wilson. Wilson and Capt. Tilford. sold during the week. An expert from tho facto.V will be present all 7 The Rockport Fair, August Mr Ray Hawkins, who recently un- week to clearly explain the advantage grounds. lively Fair with beautiful n range. You derwent an operation for appendicitis of this Tho racing Is always good. in" Louisville has returned home in will find it decidedly Interesting and profitable to attend this demonstraMr. II. M. Johnson of Louisville, excellent condition. I tion it you are in the market for a family, will arrive- today to Join his Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Turley of Chica- range. Mrs. JohnDuko's. at Mr. and go, 111., arrived hero Saturday for a 4 NOTICE. Pate who has been two"weeks visit with Mrs. Turloy'a MUs Martha All persons having claims against visiting friends in Hawesville for the father 'and mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. tho estate of Jerry J. Tilford, deceasdays will return home Sat- J. Williams. past .few ed, will please present samo, proper, urday. Mrs. Step Sosh and daughters, ly verified, to Mrs. Jerry J. Tilford, Bonnie and Leila Rao, returned home Admx. at her home at Fordsville, Ky., Muss Mario Mr returned to her within sixty days hereafter. Owensboro Monday, after Sunday from Drakesboro and homo in whero they have ben visitThis Aug. 12, 1921. tho having spent Bomo time here 7t3p A .D. KIRK, Atty. ing rolatives. ,' and relatives. guest of frlonas The Hartford Republican Rockport Fair August 24-25-26-- 27 24-2- 7. Exciting Races and Good Attractions. The lively Fair with beautiful grounds. T. C. BASYE, President ' C. M. PARTRIDGE, Secretary di - DEMOCRATIC TICKET Circuit Judge GEORGE S. WILSON Commonwealth's Attorney GLOVER H. CARY Representative DR. D. H. 'GODSEY County JihIro T. F. TANNER Circuit Cork , A. C. PORTER County Clerk GUY RANNEY x Sheriff C. D. CARDEN County Attorney J. M. PORTER I REPUBLICAN STILL to the entire ticket commissioned by the people In last Saturday's primary. Sincerely, To the Republicans of Ohio CounMACK COOK. ty: I am profoundly thankful to the voters of Ohio County who aided Hartford, Ky., Attg. 8. 1921. mm me in the primary Just past for FOR SALE for County Judge. Tho One first class, saddio and harness majority of tho voters saw fit to commission another, yet I am still the horse, seven years old. The price la same Republican as before and right. JANES' A. TATE, stand ready and willing to give Hartford, JCy whatever aid I may be able to render en ' ,s Juilcr NEWTON R. BAIZE. Tax Commissioner CLARENCE PATTON Justice of the Peace 2nd District Clinton Igleheart. 3rd District V. ,B. Patterson. 4th District Willie Harl. 5th District G. 8. Ilolbrook. 6th District E. F. Cook. Constable 1st District J. W. Wilson. 6th District II. C. Acton. LOOK You are on the right road to get seityice. BROWN & JARNAGIN'S GARAGE 24-2- ultra-moder- - TAXES NOW DUE Tax Bills .for 1921 have been placed in my hands for collection You are request- ' ed to call and settle io that we may both get the matter behind us. EaYIy settlement will save trouble, don't neglect this matter. Pay now. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio Co, Main .Street HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Rus-sellvil- lo, FARM DEPARTMENT. Awl Standardizing rron IMImiilliiR Work An nfirccnicnt for conducting work In standardization nnd crop estlmnt-In- B on a cooperative basis has been entered into by tho Hurcau of Markets and Crop Estimates, United States Department of Agriculture and the California State Department of Agriculture. The purpose- of the standardization work Is to bring nliout an Improvemenr'ln tho use of xlstlng standards and to establish additional standards for fruits and vegetables as well as to coordinate Inspection estabthe shipping-poits lished in California, with the Inspection now conducted by tho Federal bureau In central ninrkcts. Tho object of tho cooperative work rolatlng to crop estimating will bo to coordinate the State and Federal services and to develop Intensively tho crop and live stock service for the special benefit of the people of California and tho general good of nil Interested In the agricultural Indus.'iMipentto In rust aro being grown at a numhor of stations in the Southeastern States. Progress Is being made In tho breeding of wheat for resistance to leaf rust, and It has boon d"inonstrated hard red winthat tho ter wheat, Kanrcd, which is resistant to stem rust, Is also resistant to leaf high-yieldin- g, uniform system of tobacco grades will for ex- -, bo to eclnblloh a stindnrd 'pressing tobacco lengths. This nlonf would 1)0 of great servlco to the trade and especially In tho cigar leaf tobacco sections, where thoro Is more or less confusion at tho present time as to what Is meant by the different length now in uso In the trade. I WIIKKK ItlltDS GO TO SI'KXB TIIKlIt WINTKIl great work of u. s. (Liberty Bicycles; ff REMOUNT STATION Investigations on the status of birds In their winter homes have been undertaken by tho Bureau of lllolog-le- Accomplishing Much (o Build Survey, U, S. Department of AgUnexcelled Line of Cavalry riculture, In connection with adminHorses Invaluable (u istration of the trcnty with Great Army. al On Sale Britain for the protection of birds rust. - r Hens Xeoil Good cure nml Food In Tho Siiiiiinor Time In tho rush of summer work tho hens often nre neglected on many farms. This is poor economy, the care they receive then will determine to a largo extent the profits to be realized. The poultrymen of tho Department of Agriculture advise that hens bo given free range, if possible, during the summer months, and if they can not be given free range that as much green feed he furnislul as thy will readily consum. Milk Is excellent during the summer months. Ilu'ter-mll- k also may be used. Even when the fowls have range. If the grass Is dried up it is advisable to furnish try. of green feed or milk. Milk will take consisting organization An eight specialists and technical men is the place of green feed. De sure that being formed to conduct the work. the hens have a constant supply of While headquarters for this work clean water all tho time. The department ndvlscs feeding will be at Sacramento, branch offices maintained in va- nbout equal parts of scratch grains will bo opened and and of mash for the avorage during rious parts of tho State. Fish Piquant and the year, but the pullets will not eat Sauces Which fllvt Tasty Flavor the dry mash freely in the fall, so Well-mad- e sauces add variety to that It is necessary to feed them 2 fish dishes. In America too little use parts of scratch feed to 1 part of Is made of the sauces. The follow-in- n mash, reducing this to about equal are recommended by the home parts of mash and scratch feed Febeconomics specialists of the United ruary 1, and still further reducing the scratch feed about June 1 so that States Department of Agriculture: the hens will eat nearly 2 parts mash FISH SAUCE. feed. Feed to 1 part of scratch flour. 3 tablespoons scratch grains lightly in the morn 3 tablespoons butter. ing and give a full feed in the evencups boiling water. about three ing, feeding roughly Vi teaspon salt. times as much scratch grains in the teaspoon pepper. evening as in the morning. Differ cup sour pickle (chopped.) flour, salt ent flocks will consume different Melt the butter, add tho and pepper and stir until well mixed. amounts of feeds, but roughly the Gradually add the boiling water and j following should be fed: Hen- -. cook until thick. Let cool and add Pound of Smitrli Food to 100 From fall until Jan. 31, leghorns. the chopped pickle. or 10 V pounds, general purpose breeds, Chopped olives or pimentos 1 to May 31, leglemon juice may be used for flavor- -, 13 pounds; Feb. horns, S?4 pounds, general purpose ing instead of the pickel. pounds; June 1 to Oct. Tomato sauce, which is delicious breeds 11 especially on salt or smoked fish, may 31, leghorns 7 U pounds to 994 lbs. .Scratch Grain Fornitild. also be made by using strained toma- 3 parts cracked corn. juice in place of the water and add- to 2 parts oats and 1 part wheat. ing a litle, bay leaf is desired. 1 quart of this scratch 'feed will stock made by boiling tho Fish weight lVi pounds. head and tho tail portion of the fish Dry Sla-- li for oslmnis. Is also excellent for making sauce. 1 part bran. 1 part middlings. 15st Fertilizer for Alfalfa. G parts meat or. fish scrap. Well-rotte- d barnyard manure when 16 parts corn meal. camparatively free from weeds is the Breeds Dry Slash for General-purpos- e most satisfactory fertilizer for fall-so1 part bran. alfalfa, according to specialists 1 part middlings. of the United States Department of 1 parts meat scrap. spread on Agriculture. It should bo 3 parts corn meal and 2 parts oats. the land before plowing, In order that Add 5 pounds of linseed meal to it may become thoroughly incorporat- 100 pounds of this mash. Grind your ed with the soli. Good results also oats. follow from heavy applications to the preceding crop. Be sure the chickens have plenty If the manure Is not available, a application of commercial fer- of fresh drinking water.Keep the liberal tilizers rich in phosphoric acid should water dishes clean. Provide plenty be made. The per centage of nitro- of ventilation, too, in the hen houses. gen may be low, but some nitrogen should be supplied for the use of the AVisconsIn Cooperates In Fixing young plants before they become InGrades. oculated and are able to secure their In line with Its plans for drawing supply from tho air. On most clay up Federal grades for tobacco, the soils heavy applications of potash Bureau of Markets and Crop Estihave not been profitable. A com mates of the United States Departbination which has been commonly j ment of Agriculture has reached an recommended is muriate of potash agreement with the State of Wiscon75 to 100 pounds, acid phosphate 350 sin providing for th employment of an to 500 pounds, and nitrate of soda Investigator who will study locally-grow- n 50 to 75 pounds. Tho cheapest and tobacco, with a view to Its most satisfactory method by which standardization. Similar agreements the consumer may obtain such com- were recently made with the States of bination is to purchase tho desired Kentucky, North Carolina and PennIngredients and mix them himself In sylvania, where the work Is now gotheir proper proportions. ing ahead satisfactorily. In all cases the expenses of tho InDiscover Xew Facts About Bust Of vestigator will bo paid by the States In which the work will be conducted, Grain and Grasses. Investigations of the leaf rust of and tho Information gathered will be graina and grasses aro being made correlated by tho Bureau of Markets by the United States Department of and Crop Estimates for uso as tho with tho basis for the proposed Federal grades. Agriculture In Purduo University Agricultural Ex- Tho work will finally cover all of These studies tho principal types of tobacco grown periment Station. consist principally of experiments to In tho United States and Is expected determine the relationships of the to lead to tho establishment of standleaf rust of wheat, rye, and barley, ard grades for practically every type. Under tho present trade conditions tho determination of possiblo biologic forms of these rusts, the study of practically p11 of the big tobacco buya wldo range of plants as possible ers and maufacturers have their own secondary hosts, and cultural studies prlvato schedule of grades, running as of the leaf rust of wheat to determine high as 45 grades in some types. It is what grasses may serve as hosts for possible that under tho proposed system of Federal grading there will Ibis rust. Kxtensive studies have been made bo a much smaller number of grades, at La Fayette, depending upon tho type of tobacco. In tho greenhouse will cover a Tho Investigations Ind., where rust spores collected from numerous species of grasses have) largo field and consideration will bo been sown on various plants which given to nil factors of comercial Impossibly may act as secondary hosts. portance. Tho principal qualities of The existence of biologic forms of tobacco, such as color, toxturo, body, leaf rust of wheat has been discov- toughness, flavor and tho slzo and ered, and It Is now known that these shape of the leaf, will bo the basis uporins have a wide range of grass on which grades will bo established. The importance of each of these qual-Itie- s hosts. In tho grade specifications will In addition to tho ureuhouse studies, more than 200 wheatvarletles vary greatly in tho dlfforent types of und selections were sown In Tennes- tobacco. It Is probable that one of the first see, Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin, and several varieties resistant to leaf definite stops toward establishing a se nt food-produci j ' ' To-bac- migrating between the United States and Canada. That many of theso A man who was bicycling In southbirds winter In South America may ern France was pushing his mnchino bo surprising to some, but It Is known up a steep hill when ho overtook a to bo the case. Valuable material peasant with a donkey cart. Tho pa- collected by Dr. Alexander Wetmore, tient beast was mnklng but little pro- of tho survey, who recently returned gress, nltho It was doing its best. after a year's nbsence In Argentina, The' benevolent cyclist, puling hlsi Paraguay, and Uruguny, during which loft hand against tho back of the he studied the status of our migratory cart and guiding his machine with birds In thoso countries, will throw the other hand, pushed so hard that much light on the subject. to donkey, taking fresh couragc'pull-c- d Among our more familiar' birds his load successfully up to the top. that Dr. Wetmore observed In South When tho summit wns reached tho America was the barn peasant burst into thanks to his bene- swallow, that ranges with flocks of factor. native swallows In open country. Ma"It was so good of you, indeed, ny of (he species encountered were monsieur!" he protested. '"I should shore birds found thru the marshy never In the world have got up the pampas or on the coastal mud flats; hill with only one donkey." some were found to winter well north in tho Tropics and others to travel SAYS "UKAIllIHA.iS" as far south ns tho Straits of Magel- A well-know- TWO OF KIND. CANNOT VIEW GASH'S Asserting that a new scoreboard erected at the American League baseshut o.'f the ball park in light and air .Vein his property which adjoins the puk, Lewis Jacksnn entered suit aj.iinst tho management, demanding. t;vt. It bo removed. The owners poln'ed out Mint JaukiOi sold scats on his root and .porch from where the game? coiil.l ic vlewj.-- ! and I hut the bond w.ia i laced there tu shut off tbi mow. The court mtoind the n .' of the owners and Jackson lost his suit. W-l.ingt- on - . GKSI KXTUAt'TS FHOSI KXAMIXATIOX o 1'AIMIKS Socrats died from a dose of wedlock. Charon was a man who fried soles over the sticks. The heart Is over the ribs in the midst of the boras. A thermometer is an instrument for measuring temperance. Slortmnln tri?d to stop dead men from leaving their land to chJi-hr- -i. An aLstract noun is one that "M-nbe felt, heard, seen, touched or smelt. Cromwell raised a famous bod' of soldiers, known to history as "The ot Ironclads." The Transvaal Is situated on a plateau four thousand miles high, and produces large crops of serials. Simon de Montfort formed what was known as the Slad Parliament It was somewhat tho,same as it is at the present day. stretches from the The snow-lin- e north pole to the south pole, and where It crosses the Alps and the Himalayas it is many thousand feet high in the air. The Tories objected to the passing Bill because they of the Reform thought that the House of Commons would soon be filled with Itepubll-can- s and sinners. Exchange. GOOD IIKAITII DEMANDS Louisville. Ky., July 30. Actuat ed by reports from all over the South that pellagra again Is assuming epidemic proportions, Dr. A. T. SlcCor-mac- k, State Health Officer, today issued a general warning against the disease in the name of the State Board of Helth. Dr. McCormack himself Is to leave this city tomorrow for Washington where he will at tend a pellagra conference of the State health officers of tho Southern States called by Surgeon Gneral Hugh Cumins of the U. S. Public Health Service. "The seriousness of the 811110110''" Dr. McCormack said, "Is indicated by the fact that President Harding bus requested the Public Health Service and tho American Red Cross to In vestigate and report on tho manner In which tho national government may most effectively render aid in tho crisis. While conditions In Ken tucky aro not nearly as bad as they are olsewhere, they aro beginning to approximate tho conditions under which pellagra became so serious In this State a decade ago. "If the people of Kentucky would remember that pellagra can exist only whero thoro Is a defective diet and would tak pains to cat along1 judicious lines there would not be a case of nellagra In tho State. Persons who eat lean meat, fruit and vegetables and who drink milk never develop the disease. Exercise in the open air, an abundance of puro drinking water and an adequate amount, of sleep also aro of use in preventing pellagra. "White the same diet that will pre vent pellagra will cure tho disease, anyone who thinks that ho Is effected should placo himself under the orders of a physician and follow that physician's t Instructions. Tho most obvious symptoms of tho disease are a peculiar Irruption and a progressive weakness." Tho World War was tho great caldron In which birth wos given to many organizations looking to tho i leadership of America in every path of economic activity ; and no such activity bearing on tho future or one of our most vital essentials compare? with that of the American Remount Association, an organization composed of some of tho country's leading men. feathIt came into being its n result of tho Tires and accessories, dire necessity of moro and better erweight Motor Bikes, Moblooded hors(s for the United States Army. Thus, with klndrul organiza- tors for bicycles, Telephones tions, It Is promoting one of the most important undertakings looking to- and Supplies, Lino Construcward our future necurlty. The object of tlio Itetnount Asocla-Ho- n tion Material, Ejectrical Supn Is the Improvement of general-purpos- e General Rehorse conditions In every plies, Shoe and r State in the Union; and because of pair Shop. the Importance of the work entailed. Col. F. S. Armstrong, of tho United If it's lixable we fix it. States Army, 'has been placed In charge, with headquarters In Washing- Both telephones. ton, D. C, whero h!s department Is In close touch with every other govern- REPAIR SHOP J"fntal " Tlie HemountofAssocla-- , MUFFETT'S tlon, others the Among our game birds seen In Eim,,ary engaged, has. during tho Beaver Dam, Ky. Argentina and clnewhcre wero the eighteen, months of Its existence, golden plover and pectoral sandpiper, succeeded In getting one hundred and stallions-elghty-nvo ly-fou- r Of That Federal protection of mlgra- - which wero 'donated by patriotic or- tory birds Is proving a success is gan.zatlons mul individuals for dis-recognized by the majority of sports- - trlbution throughout tho country, to men and nature lovers. Ducks, geeso be utilized by farmers desirous of fW "l RI3 TTv CB of their horses. and other migratory game birds have raising the standard work, it was de In laying out tho not only increased ill number, but cided to profit by the experience of for- i LfeKV&rlefetcfrH have reappeared in sections where eicn governments and locate thorough- fuiccea when evervthirifr I?e fail. they had not boon seen for yenrs. bred sires in every grazing community 11 ncrvius p'Oitiutio" nt:d lctnalr Recently there havo been a number or ine country, iuo nvwioio was uiv oaknck-- i. they mc the suptm? plan of breedzones, nnd Ided into m ihu. nZs have Jetiif:c,l. of Inquiries as to the possibility of ing, to the interest of the farmers of FQTi KiDNCY, LIVEN AND arranging treaties with countries In America, inaugurated. Recent reports STOMACH TKOUDLE Latin Amerca for protecting migra from the Association's headquarters u the !im ,ii. V ever cold tory birds similar to that with Grcnt in Washington show that there has ' average of fifty-fivmares for been an n I'mr-r-icourPf. Britain. One of the objects of Dr. each stallion, although the breeding j Wetmore's trip was to secure infor- season is not yet concluded. Also, at mation as to the feasibility of Mioh a meeting or the Association, it was shown that there was a demand for action. seven hundred horses last some t Spring, and that, for the coming Surgeons agree that In cases of Spring, tills demand will be doubled Cuts. Burns, Bruises and Wounds the r """ trebled. first treatment is most Important. oughbrcd nurseries constantly aro When an efficient antiseptic is appli- being drawn upon for horses of proven ed promptly there Is .no danger of courage in the acid test of racing. infection and the wound begins to It remains for thorn to produce the up to tho 'only type that heal at once. For uso on man fir c..M,l-- .l ,1Acttnail tn olMiTitv ho 1Tnltf.ll mw beast, Borozono is tho idoal antisep- State cavalry remounts vorthy of tho agents. Buy It now men in the servlcp. tic and healing It may be added that, owing to tho and be ready for an emergency. Ll.Tti'O broad plan of fostering tho industry COc and $1.20; by lot Sold Price 30c, horse breeding ns practiced for Children . Ohio County Drug Co. in generations by the British, French nnd mm Italian Governments, these countries A Safe Old Fashioned AJ& were In the enviable position of ability IX JTXfil.KS HOSIK VUriY Remedy for Worms supply their armies witn goou to mounts, whereas, America, which had Seventy. five yeari continintrniliirr i! Biich II svstem was "White mule", "jump steady," and uous use is the bett testin i monial PREY'S YERMIFUCE the various other "poisons" circuiat-- . obliged to draw upon uio rehuuriea the allied nations to horse her men. can offer you. !, .i .,., in t., " tini.mi of ...,-.- . ........... ..-.v... i.v. w.u ....n,.in . Keep a bottle always on States are as milk or cold tea comhand. It will help keep pared with what the native- blacks more than a mile In either direction the Ultle ones healthy and happy. make in the jungles of South Africa. nnd Included some largo buildings. A 30cabottlent)rourdruffgiM'or Travelers report that powerful drinks few natives know It as Khetan, and general iiorc; or il jour dealer can't lupplyyou.tend liia name are made from nearly everything that say It flourished in tne dim past. and 30c in atamba and we'll ecad you botile promptly. grows. A "kick" is found in The ruins contain a curious crenel- E. a S. FXEY, Eiltlatrt, KL oranges, limes, pineapples, corn, casm late wall whero the inhabitants are sava root and all sorts of native said to have shown how well off they fruits. One favorite drink is so pow- were by exposing barley flour for erful that it reverses the motor the crows to eat. Now, however, WILL nerves and starts the drinker walkis dried up nnd thero is no ing backward while every part of water to be found in that region. TAKE tho body tries to act in a different way and direction. This beverage is SERVICE, THE TRADE BUILDER made from the fruit of tho cashew tree, which yields abundant juice that A noted hotel system presents each A Treilnsnt ferments in the sun In n few hours. guest with a morning paper. This for WEAK After fermentation it is distilled and new Idea In Service resulted In much Is ready to make one man feel like n LUNGS or no great valuable publicity. It added whole army in disordered retreat. amount to the overhead expense but CONSUMPTION m It virn.liinnfl frnrft rnanlra In pnml will IVIONTH Any merchant, largo or small, can'FO relief I render some form of Service, free, to A quick pains for that tired, sweats, (feline, hemorin chest, night coughs, And it should never rhages, weak lungs or consumption. II il doc his customers. For Infants and Children sot balp you it costs you aolhlai. g bo forgotten that Servlca advertises, In Use For Over Years makes friends, builds business. OHIO MEDICAL GO, ffi5Tufc? Iraf ff w-'- I , J lOectrlc (mtowwdt&i VwHIi-iTt- e r.r s Mothers use I mei-wre- s rvf mmp VpriYfif rr For die , Illtl-lWIXc- ; nar m YOU. OUR feStf GERMINAL REMEDY RON t I CASTOR jj0 30 . A m Always bears Signature of ChjO&xcKC&AL ""Polly," said tho girl's father, "1 want to talk to you about that young I iX EARIA' START, RUT USE LI V-VE- R-L man of yours. When did he say good-- 1 HIGH COST OF BABIKS night to you last evening?" "At 10 o'clock," replied tho dear A baby was born on an Ohio farm i 10 years ago and the. doctor's bill was girls. "What? Why, It was 1 o'clock at Recently another blessing came $10. and the same doctor, asked $30 for least." "Oh, that was when he finished his services. Now the farmer Is getting anxious and wants to know if saying it." farmers must quit raising children. Wool, cattle, hogs, butter and eggs are about tho same price as 10 years I ago he says, and asks, "How about. It? Can we make It go or shall we havo to quit?" AX 0 For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, f , Every Woman Wants FIXD HUINS OF ANCIENT CITV Even If the Mt. Everest explorers fall In their quest to reach the top mountain,) of the world's highest they will still havo contributed much : to science by reason of their explorations. In their roundabout approach to tho mountain tboy have alreudy discovered many things of great Interest. The practically unknown and uncivilized country thru which they passed divulged numorous finds vnlu. able from a scientific point of view. After leaving Dochen and crossing tho Dug pass, 1G.400 feet high to Khe, tho expedition found a broad valley, long dried up, which showed ovldenco of a remote civilization. Thero were ruins of an unknown city which must once have been of considerable importance It extended FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.' Recommended by Lydla E. Finkham Med. Co. for tea years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eye Economical. Hal eilfaordioary clcanius and germidda) power. r ; :... ... . .ti .1 'l l.. V roJ. The PaitooToiU) Compaay. Botlcc. Mia, m.. Feel.rtght all tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel keeps you when pleasant Uv- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whllo relieving your troub le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don't toko anything else. You can't afforsl It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation.,, A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. bo long beforo win completely' displaco calomel in evert home.- Children can take it freely ani with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Nona genuino without the likeness and eigoaW turoof L. Ka Grigsby. For Bile, by . a. .Wn.T.UVl. HartttjrtV Mfc Lu-W-L- ' EAGLE "MIKADO"- - ' &if " it!s?.isisni m m Penal No. 174 mi sWMsMsWMr1 For Sale at your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Mado in firo grades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK - s totaling more than ,1,00u,000 codi' GET BUSY IS words annually. Tho oporallon of BUSINESS ADVICE this system In conjunction with the SAVED HER LIFE dispatch of a limited number of special mossnges each day places In th" Washington, Aug 4 hands oi the public In ench section of Credit poll-clof tho federal rosorvo system conthe country full knowledge of the .Husband Declares She Could wenther conditions over practically tinued under examination of a conNot Have Held Out Much tho entire United States nnd adjoin gressional commission . todny in n stormy at a comparatively munll Longer Gains 15 Pounds. ing torltory meninges arc short, but by continuouslyHunting, atmosphere, with Govornor cost. Tho of tho reservo board, as tho solo witness. reason of tho codo words glvo "Tho federal reservo board didn't weather reports and forecasts. ' Honostly, t don't bellcwe my wlfo They are trr.nsinltetd without Inter- - creato this financial depression," would bo living todny but for Tnn-Incforenco with tho public service an Governor Hording exclaimed toward declined O. II. Ilrntitncr, 2112 J Important considorntlon In view of tho end of tho day. "It saw It com Ch.is'o St., Toledo, Ohio tho strain Imposed upon telcgrapn ing nnd got ready to protect things, Why, Tnnlnc hns not only rollov-c- d and telephone systems by commercial mid pcoplo ought to bo gratoful It all her trouble, but hns built her nml private Interests. did so. Now nil wo need is cessation up fifteen poundH In weigh hesldei. of pessimism, which marks bad times as foolish optimism marks good times. INDIANS IN WAK Tor throe yenrs she suffered from Wo all know now everybody was goIndigestion, nervousness and other ing crazy In the boom during the fall troubles, nml kept getting worse unA thnrniiBh study of the part playii complete ed by tho Amcrlcnti Indians In the or 1910. til alio wns almost "This situation Is going to work groat wnr In France has been mailo wrck. 1 spent hundreds of dollars for by Dr. J. K. Dixon of I'hllndelphln, out. There's no comparison 'between niedlclno nnd trenlmont, but nothing who traveled over tho cntlro field tho condition a year ago nnd conditions today. Tako cotton, with n low din her u particle of good. She could where the Indians fought, taking oi cut, or sleep, sufforc I constantly photographs. French and Brit- yield, nnd exports picking up. Banks from severe headaches and fol loff In ish generals Interviewed on the sub- everywhere aro fully Justified now In weight until she was Just u shadow of ject paid glowing tributes to, tho In- carrying loans. boon, "All we've got to do Is to get out v. Jul st..' .'it' Rot Winl.cr dians as fighters. (5 en Hnlg said they , nil .hi tune mil was i in: down hill wero the most marvelous snipers ho of everlasting pessimism and quit say fast I didn't soe haw sho could had under lib command and that ing everything is gfllng to the dofis. they had a natural Instinct for re- Why, u mini has to put up a good, stand It much longor. I was right on tho verge of detaining gruuil that had bcon captur- cheerful face If ho wants credit. You spair, anil didn't know which wny to ed. (Ion. Foch was eager to add his can't talk to the banker like you do turn when I decided in n last resort uralse to that of the others, and the to the tax assessor." Previously a sharp passage had to seo what Tnnlnc could do for her. wnr ministers of France and Belgium It was nstniilshliig to see how fast aided Dr. Dixtun In gathering his taken placo In .which Representative Funk, nepublicnn, Illinois; Represen Sho now has data. she began to Improve -. tative Mills, Hopubllcan, New York, a fine appetite, in free from parand Inter Governor Harding, nnd Is stronger and in betHow's This? ter health generally than she hns been Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Ilcward ticipated. o "I'm l.oonly disappointed," for years. My gratitude to Tanlac for nny case of Cntnrrh that cannot to Funk said, "because tho Is unbounded, and I nm more thnn cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. has been taken system has been challenged, glad to tell what It has done for my byHall's Catarrh Medicine tho past tlilrty-flv- o caturrh sufferers for yearn, and lias become known as the complained of, criticized and charged wife " most reliable remedy Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. Catarrh Medicine netsfor Catarrh. Hall's on one ground, that it has discrimithru tho lilood on nated against agriculture, and we've Ii. H. Ileflii and by all leading Drug-gls- 's the Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Wood and healing the disnot heard one word from this wit- -j Advertisement. everywhere. eased portions. t you have taken Hall's Catarrh ness." After MiMllclno for a short time you will see n Cliamlii'il.iln'.s Cough emeily.- Uepresentntlvo Mills leaped to tho, rent Improvement In your Keneral t fray, asserting that the commission lioilth tnlUiic Hall's Catarrh Medicot Tho great beiipflt dorlvod from cine nl nnfe nnd free rid of catarrh. Send had "allowed John Skelton Williams, j for trstlmnnlils the Use of Chnmborlnln's Cough Ilom-- il F J. flirNTV & JO.. Toledo, Ohio. former comptroller of tho currency, Sold by nil Druggists, "Je. hns been gratefully acknowledged during two days, to make charge after .. om by many. Mrs. Benjamin F. Iilako-ne- y COl'NTHY'S chargo against the reserve board," IXDUSTltV Decatur, 111., writes, "Chnmber-lain'- s ASSFM1XG LAHGE I'ltOPOItTIOXS nnd that Governor Harding wa.i en- , J l l .!... I .. - .. Cough Komedy is by far tho 1.'T III IIIU UliUll III UlJIUIllUll JUSUUU privilege of detailed response. Mr. i! liest medicine for colds nnd coughs wo The United States leads tho world have ivor used in our family. I In tho production and use of furs. Funk told Mr. Mills to "handle your gnvo it ti my children whon smnll Great industries, which Involvj large affairs ,aud I'll handle mine," whllo for croup and havo taken It my-ya- lf amotiuts of cat lin and o nploy Chairman Anderson ruled that the " in thi usantls of perior.:, have beep built governor was "within his riBhts." o- Knriii Credits Vol Called In up ml established In th's TIIK DKAINACi: LAW. In 1 Ji'O the sale of lurs amounted to "Has tho reservo board called In practically $10i,i. .000, and, nccord-"- farm credits?"' Mr. Funk demanded explanations were left to bo dealt 'Die drainage Ww of 19)2 reiulreg with tomorrow. to the Uiti'iFii-n- l Survj, U. .S. later. that .CI ntches, loves, ii'i like pub-li- c I'opvtinent of Aricu.turo, tin"No sir; It never has," Governor improvements tin.l- -r control of 'hisIiipmi in 'c rsn- cllon witn the Harding retorted. the board of drainage commissioners export, una handling of "How about the circulars of tho FOR FLETCHER'S shall bo kept in good repair by that mrs in New orfc City alono dur.ng San Francisco reserve bank," Mr I to nppoln I DID amounted to I.S75.000, iH- authorized board, whic'. Funk continued, "concerning the .a superintendent of dralnafic to have liming tho tin o (hat these vent in- price of wheat in 1920?" charge of the work. Assessment dustries wero developing, tho heavy "I never heard of that before," W031KN TO SHINE for mnlntcnanco and repair' work may market demand tor furs and the high Governor Harding said. "Did it cause AT STATE FAIH "be made, apportioned tlko tho cost of prices prevailing stimulated aciUity n break In .wheat prices?" onslnal construction but not to on the part of trappers to such an nt Extraordinary efforts are being "It had some effect," Mr. Funk re1p any year 10 por cent of that that, especially in the past de- sponded. made by officers of the woman's deThe law of l.ilS also prov'des cade, there has been a mnrked do- cost "Tho board has cautioned reserve partment of the Kentucky State Fair for .i.r.lntennnco of dralnago works croaso In the supply of wild banks not to issue circulars," Gover- for tho most elaborate exhibits of by the board of drainage commis- ilig anlmnls. Tho recent depression nor Harding continued. "It's tho textile nnd arts and crafts work as sioners. Until statutes define as pub- In tho fur market Is thought to be Job of a banker to look to the value well as canned goods of every descriplic ditches nil watercourses Into which a transient feature of readjustment of his collateral, but to do it in a tion. Miss Addie G. Dittoo, superinany public drains empty, nnd placo attending a return of markets to quiet way. It Is not the function of tendent of tho department, said that such streams under control of the normal conditions. the reservo system to rogulnto prices new features had been added to the county drainage commissioners. Tho Several kinds of wild fur bearers up or down, but to maintain prices." textile lino, and that special prizes later law does not limit such natural havo been successfully reared in capIn general, Mr. Harding said, "tho would be awarded to girls between the public dri'lns to tivity on fur farms. Tho largest In- nttltude of tho reservo board toward ages of 8 and 13 years. A silver streaniB, as was done in tho earlier vestments at present are being made agriculture lias been greatly rilmm-dersto- loving cup will ho presented to the statute 111 connection with tho rearing of and grossly misrepresented " housewife who canned goods win first foxes, and It Is hero that "The whole trouble with the prize. Much interest is being maniGLAUEHS SMNHK IX AM'S tho greatest profits have been realizsystem In mcetirlg agricultural fested in tho arts nnd crafts section ed during recent yeais. demands Is that reserve banks do not of'which Miss Patty Thuin Is superAround Heme the mountain dwellnnd can not lend to individual visor. A cash prize of $25 will bo ers are greatly worried ovor tho FOKESTS IX ItUKSIA he added. "The paper of awarded to the artist exhibiting the GltOW LIKE CHOI'S borrowers must get Into hands of Kradual descent of tho mountain snow best poster for tho advertisement of caps, due probably to the unusually member banits before It getj to tho the Kentucky Stato Fair. Special fear JlUKMIil, hot summer weather. Willi lliuuauiiua ui '" i siVClll ' All articles for exhibition, except was caused by tho sliding of tho nines 01 lorests ami trillions ui bread, cakes, pies and candles should ltnti-- '. l)lscu.sc UotlKcoiuil A'lacior on tho Allallnhorn, n' moun- board feet of timber, conserves her Giving the history of increases of uo in the hands of tho superintendent 13,000 feet high. Ono pass by treos. Around Kloff, for instance tain not later than Won on Soijteniber 8 which climbers reached an adjacent forests of red ptno are grown llko iedlscou"t rates In 1919 and l'iii, All piizo exhibits will become tho iinidi.ig asserted that Mr vnlloy was blocked by the descent, crops nnd every year trees aro plant- Governor critics, had Property of tho State Fair and will nnd with a little 111(110 advance it ed to rcplnco thoso cut down. Theso Williams, ono (f Its chief rulings. Tha ideal ! e kept for exhibition. was feared that tho outlet of Matt-mr- k tracts of forest land huvo always be- participated in th Application for entry must be. made ryUwn. he haiH. would bo to mal-ituilake would be blocked, causing longed to the state. writing on tho printed form fur-ratContrast tho above with a state- rediscount rates Just abovo market- nMicjl by tho State Fair not later than an overflow. Tho great sea of Ico on nionoy.Mhus avoiding lnf lament which recently appeared In an covers about four acres nnd Its 29. All entries should be un-- J August watched with nnxloty. In editorial In tho Editorial & Publish- tlon. and yet offering practically is depart- addressed to tho woman's limited credit. nnothcr placo n party of schoolchil- er, to tho effect that In America wo hold, govern- - "ont. Kentucky State Fair. Louls-e- d dren wero caught Jn an Ico cavern aro taking 2C.000.000 000 cubic foot ' Legal limitations, ho vlllo. Ky." No nrtlclo can bo cutered tho board at nil times, and-cowhen tho walls caved In. duo to the of material out of- - our forests every policies ought nnd did which has previously taken a prize year and growing less than ir fourth trol of crodlt thaw. the Str.to Fair. No articles which contor upon tho twolve district ,0-as much in tholr place. ,mvo uceu exhibited within two yoars The orlglnul forests of tho Unltod sorvo banks. CEMENT K1UMS SUED ' u ontorod tills yolur. No ono "Curiously. I have never hear a States, according to Department of plnco on exhibit 0110 bank in tho At-- 1 will bo allowed to complaint fioni Agrlqulturo estimates, covered Alleging violation of the anti-tru.i,iM,Afr u'ltiin mat mora than ono artlcleun any ono liui- -i ........... takllWilll UIDliJVI acres nnd contained laws tho federal government has class. board' (cet of Uinber.Ov-e- r charged had to pay 87 por cent on en stops to dlbsolvo tho foment -0--0borrowings, Mr. Harding sold, ussoclatlon. Proteutivo two thirds of this nrea has been NKW OHIO "CA1UNET" bonid, alter loarulng of the or burnod, and three-fift- h Tout the culled, cut-ovNlnotton corporations and four of tho timber originally In tho ox t re 111 a Instances of ponnltios and ro involved in tho governVndor tho provisions of a new law charges which resulted from tho pro ment fcult; tho action being supple- United States , gflno. Our linbor gressive rate system, now no longer tho stato government of Ohio has bopti mental to IndictinentB returned a few wastage by provontablo fires alono Is In effect, did order money returnod reorganized and Gov, Davis has $28,000,000 a year. liinnths ago against 74 othor corporamember bank In excess of pointed eight department directors tions and 12 iiullvlduuls charged with ll wore who will act as members of his 12 por cont. The amounts Tl'ltX HACK HAIIV "HI2I" and conspiracy to recombination .about $20,000 in tho United nut. The now regime will do away A boy 10 weeks old ,born in Vienstrain trade na, was rotused entry into Germany States, and In an extreme Aljibamu with .'17 state departments and placo n 011 th.e ground that ho Was a "dan- case the total returnod was $2,281." the work undor tho 'eight directors. '11K WOHDS 'JiiWNKMIT gerous and burdeiisou)o foreigner," Governor Harding guvo a detailed .ANMI.U'liV IX WKATIIKIl 11UKEAU AltCil HISHOP OF HALTIMOKE and tho police added that in 20 years explanation of tho restraints ImposK reports, ho might become another Kurt Eis- ed on credits during what ho referred Approxlmatly 170 station Bishop Michael J. Curley, of St. wiis selected for adop- to as tho crisis," declaring that tholr including their reciprocal dlstrlbiition ner. Tho boy bor- Augustine hns boon named archbishrepresent tho trans tion In Vienna by a childless couple principle was that of penalizing nvor 21 circuits b of Munich after a long and fruitless rowers who took out of the rebervo op of Dnltlmore by I'bpe Benedict. mission by tho Weather Bureau of he search in Gormuny for 11 child that system sums disproportionate to their This Is the office that was held so 01 .United States Uoparuneni Tables, charTs and long by Cardinal Gibbons. own resources. requirements. of 4,500 reports twice daily, vould meet tholr HE BELIEVES IT ; os ' CALL ON US cd . ," 1,-1- 00 fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ni g-- BLA1TK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, cSfcc., IN STOCK. ' norv-uncs- a. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You Hepre-seniitlv- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Pol-so- n' Hartford Printing Company IXCOIirOKATED . J HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ! ; 1 U - - iiii-nn- rt Children Cry CASTORS ed ex-le- fur-boo- r- -- lo od this document was on former Secretary Tumulay's desk, but Jie declares, he afterward placed It carefully in. An airplane wing which Is clalmej President Wilson's desk. Another will increase carrying capacity and copy can bo obtained if desired and speed, and permit landing in compar- nobody seems to be much troubled atively small areas. Is a closely-guarde- d about the missing treaty; It may Iiava secret of the Dayton Wright Alr-pla- been appropriated by someone as Co. The construction of the mm new wing has not been given publicity because army and nay aviators FINANCE MlNISTjER FOKGEtt aro still experimenting with It. The Invention Is Intended to Increase the The minister of finance of Bavaria, carrying capacity of aircraft by five von Frauendorf, committed suicide times. It will increase the speed of when it was discovered he was guilty the ordinary "bomber" or commercial of a series of forgeries. An entype to 125 to 1G0 miles an hour, thusiastic collector of rare gold coins, 2500 ho began to reproduce them and sell and its cargo from 450 to pounds, in .addition to carrylii; them for genuino ones at large prices. fllgl. It was found that he committed the enough fuel for n 1000-mil- e It will also .enable the pilot to so re forgeries in order to support in luxuduce his speed that he can land on. ry a woman other than his wlfo. terminal facilities only a few hundred feet square In the Heart of large HAN ON FIGHT MOVIES cities. NEW AIHI'LAXE AV1XG 5 GUAHD SECIIET OK VEHSAIIiLES THEATV LOST Mystery surrounds the disappearcertified ance of the government's copy of tho trenty of Versailles. Lost, strayed or stolen, Is the only explanation, for tho White House and tho state department are both In tho dark as to whero It is. When last seen s." Moving pictures of the Carpentler-Dompso- y prize fight will not bo permitted outside of Now Jersey, according to a decision of tho foderal authorities. - Even the Interstate transportation of such films is prohibited by the law. Offenders will be liable to fine of $1000 and a year's Imprisonment. OBDaGlflDnDDnDDIIDDDDDODaaDD0a es pro-gio- ss Colds & Headache "For years wa have used in our family, and J have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville.Tenn. Mr. Stacy, who is a Rutherford Cou.ty farmer, recommends as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prevent them from developing into serious troubles. Black-Draught Black-Draug- ht s si n- nt st 822,-000,0- 00 5,200,-000,000,0- 00 ,.... ..( u rs a S3 m THEDFOSD'S lndl--vlilnn- BLACK -- DRAUGHT s "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It Is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for It has saved us many El I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am m in the house. I recommend never without it." At all druggists. cabl-suia- ... Black-Draug- ht. :,. B3 Black-Draug- ht Accept No Imitations BID 18t anaaoDanaBnnDMaaaaaKiQEmDaDa ESQ E2EL3 Ml Th Hnrtfonl Riverside team Journeyed, to MmonvlllD .Saturday nml the Mamma to run themselves to donth. Whon Uio score was count-o- d wp to .1 and the batu bagged tho wore at tlio lasor sld of a 19 icoro. Rlv-ersM- toam hns broken camp for the heen have Arrangements your. made whoreliy Heaver Dam will play on the local diamond the rest of tho year. It Is with rcBrct that wo this, with tho number of fellows In Hartford and the young vicinity and with the Interest that tho funs have shown In baseball It looks ns tho wo ought to hnvo some kind of a winning ball team. Beaver Dam handed tho Fordsvlllo boys n pice rolllclng defeat Saturday at Heaver Dam. Tho score was 15 to 6 as near as wo were, able to . From nil official reports tlic Rlvcr-sld- o Special your purchase nl any style or size Great Majestic Range 1 lmely Offer , MflJEStfCfJ , August 15th to 20th For this week only, a beautiful, complete, strictly high grade set of cooking ware will be given to you absolutely FREE upon CDMBSWe . learn. Tho Mcllcnry second"1 team played Cromwell Saturday at Cromwoll. Tho score was 9 to G In favor of Cromwell. The Heaver Daih team Is scheduled to play Island at Heaver Dam Sator-da- y and at Hartford Sunday. The McHenry Majesties laid It on Tho Anglo 'Milling Co.. team at Sunday by the count of 9 to 4. Never during the entire game was Parrot In danger. Tho Anglo boys seomed to off their feed and were Tho playing only second rate ball. Mnjwstlc lads ran In their scores at will and took their time about retiring the Anglos. Three times the Majesties took tho Flour Dusters in camp via tho douhlo play route. Watson to Green to James. ry JT?fT IiShi-hiiiuhi'- ' .r-- 1 I It Ii Tli i in h JQ ?UiV K. k- 1 vV - J? - - giV Zlfl -. tj jT"i " Great JVlaj estic Range Bargain Week Now is to Bay Your Hungc. The pricesof Great Majestic ranges are so low that It is a question whether or not they can remain at the present level. By buying a Great Majestic now you take advantage of tho saving offered you by the low price. And in addition to that. If you buy your Groat Majestic this week you also profit by the big geneious gift offer tho handsome $12.00 set of cooking ware simply costs you nothing. Cum- - to our Demonstration Tills Week. All this week the representative of the manufacturer will be here to help us show you tho details and distinctive advantages of the wonderful Great Majestic. Come and see for n ourself every detail that contributes to the popularity of this range. For long and satisfactory service the beauTho Itnngr with u Great Majestic is In a class by itself. It saves you money on fuel It tiful lessens work In the kitchen it insures delightful consistent baking results. And Great Majestic ranges last J or years and years. tlie-Tunwell-know- In a game that tho fans unhesitatingly called tho best game of the year, the Graham 'colored team defeated the Owensbord colored team at Riv erside Park. Monday. The scoiv was Tho Owensboro S to r, ton Innings. left fielder muffed a long fly ball which would have been tho third out in the tenth inning and let the winning1 markers go over. Both of the pitchers were high class slab artists and the Graham short stop was a regular "Black Miracle." Ho would slap the balls out of the air backwards, frontwards or any old way that they happened to be coming. Some fan said ho enjoyed the game more-thahe did a circus he went to the week previous. and Nocrck The Washington The teams tied up again Saturday. cor was 13 to 12 and the game went thirteen innings before the winning marker was put over. From tho fifth inning to tho thirteenth tho game was a scoicher. The scoro was thirteen to eight in the ninth In favor of tied tho and Washington N'ccreek score and the two teams battled until tho thirteenth before Nocreek succeeded in stowing away tho game. - r.c'iuitlfully Finished Tliioiihout.. .Grent Majestic ranges aro beautiful to look at. Also they aro uuuMnftlly oasjto keep spick and span. The pollsh-c- d cooking top Is burnished a deep rich lasting hluo. No blacking required, an occasional application of paralllne Is all that Is ever needed to keop the top bright and gloaming All surface aro perfcfly smooth an advantage gained through the Great Majestic unsecn-rlvconstruction. The trimmings are all heavily nickeled for lasting beauty. In every detail tho Great Majestic Is Built for Voars and Years of s,crlc durably constructed of the very highest quality materials. Bodfos aro of Charcoal Iron. They resist rust and Inst threo llmos longer than steol. Heavy asbestos lining Frames aro malleable Iron practically unhrakahle. provents loss of heat conserves fuel. Heat-tigriveted construction insures perfect heat control thruout tho long life of the range. look the (Itcnt .Majestic mcr mi chilly. TaVo ml Come in c.irlj this m-eautagt of the present xcot hnuilly lou price g.ot the complete .set of cookliu; vmrc; FREE! et ht J. D. WILLIAMS Beaver aHa'(MajjjajaP55sEHBBHMMMiMBHHMBMBBaak2aaaaaHiisHB " APPKKCIATKS SUP POUT I . Dam, Ky. SQNS 1 TKP.OWN FROM MULTS INJURED ". We have had several good rains Milton Lloyd, of Dundee, was thrown 1 am grateful to the good Republirecently and crops aro much impiov-ed- . from a mule Sunday, receiving rath- can men and women of Ohio County j er severe facial Injuries. The young who assisted me In the' past primary ACCEPTS VKttDlCT Miss Versie Newcomb of this place, man was jarred up, but aside from for tim Ufiiiulilican nomination this and tho cuts about tho head ho County Couit Clerk. I hold no mal- - j To the verdict rendered In tho Pri-Ic- o was the guest of Mrs. Altha Leisure, obedlent-suppo- it of Hartford last w'eek. lh all O. K. for any who saw fit to give, their mary of last Saturday I bow ifc of Horse people should be Mr. Romle Renfrow to any one of tho other can- - ly. Tho will of tho Yes, but Branch, returned homo Monday, afJOHN LAWHENCE DIES my belief In tho Itopuh- - the will of all. Defeated? dldates, and HESULT OF EXPLOSION Honn Pnrtv not bolne measured by not disgruntled. To those Wlio gavo ter spending several days with relapersonal success I shall be found do nio their support I am duly thankful. tives here. Mr. L Uralchcr of McIIerlry. spent Mr. John Lawrenco died Friday ing whatever I can for tho Ticket's To those who thought best to do othnight from Injuries sustained Thurs election this fall. erwise I harbor no unkind thoughts, Sunday night and Monday with Mr. day when tho boiler to tho saw mill and hereby unhesitatingly pledge and Mrs. L. L. Newcomb and family, Yours truly, loyal support to each of the winners of this vicinity. which he was operating on tho farm T. WILLIAMS. SEP Mr. Leo Arnold, of near White In Saturday's Primary. of Mr. Arthur Dalton of near Shrovo, Hob Roy, Aug. 9, 1921. "" Sincerely. Run, is spending several days with exploded. Charlie Butler was severemm WINSON SMITH. his mother, Mrs. Monroe Smith nnd ly burned but is not In a dangerous TIIK PKOPLK SUPUKMU Mr Smith, of this place. condition. Shelton Key was on the Select. Ky., August 10, 1921. of Hartlnrd, Miss Gola Bennett top of the boiler when It exploded, With many others, I met defeat in spent n few days this week wtth her BKKCII VAIjLKY. but escaped uuiujurcJ. Primary for tho Itepubll-- j Saturday's o-- c cousin. Miss Violet Allen. can nomination for sboriff, but tho Q Tho farmers aro gieatly benefl'.el FARMERS TO SEE HESULTS judgment of tho majority Is supreme BAHXKTT'S CHEEK. BEST KAMI PHACTICES and to that decision I cheerfully sub- by the recent rains. OF A fine rain fell hero Sunduv Mr. W. A. Taul Is reopening his mit, and do now promlso my unstint, Meeting closed hero Wednesday Lexington, Ky., Aug. S. Extoii-slv- o ed efforts In bohalf of each of the coal bank now. Marvins Chapel Church was stnirk night, with good success. There woro educational exhibits to show nominees of our Party and confidentKentucky farmers and their wives ly look forward to tho success of tho by lightning during tho severe storm thirteen additions to the Church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lou Hoover and tho .wlvantaguis of different farm and entire ticket on November the 8th. that visited this section, last waa daughter, Eula Mao, spout Saturday homo practlcos are being planned by I thank tho.so who gavo' mo tholr sup day morning, Tho building night with Mr. J..M. Hoover and greatly damaged. tho .tans!on division of the Collogo port, either by vote or othetwlse. I Miss Arzolla Mngan visited Mrs. J family, of Heflin. . MALBN I). HKFLIN. of Agriculture for the Kentucky Stuto Itomnoy Helton, of Sunnydalo, Satur-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Patton of Fair which will be held September Contcrtown, Ky.. Aug. S, 1921. spent Monday night with Mr. day night and Sunday. according to recant an12 to 17, - FOX IIPNTKH III'UT. Mrs. Bert Iloach visited relatlvos and Mrs. CIcoro Wade. nouncement from tho collogo. Mrs. Bell Brooks and children woro at Alagun Saturday and Sunda IS dlfferout departments Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Miller visited guests of Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. InoUding those from fdtm engineerRobertson, fox huntor of Fred ing to homo economic will contrib- renown, was thrown from tho horse their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Win Susie Bnitlott, tho first of this week. o ute toward the exhibit which Is he was riding Monday night and pain- - Smith, of nenr Fordsvlllo, Sumlny. TAKKY. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Magan visited b one of the most extou-M- v fully Injured. Tho horse stumhled ip Hnln has again visited this locality under Mr. Bort Smith and family, of Hun- ever mndo by the division. As In and fell catching Robertson und crops aie looking fine. years the display will bo made hlm, badly bruising his legs. After doo bunday. former Election being over f tho barking Mr. and Mra. T. S. Miller nnd lit- In the Grandstand Building whero the tumblo tho horse did some hard to the division has slugging with his foot, catching his tlo daughter, Wlllyo Mildred, spout of tho dog's and tho "Hum" of the the si woe allotted b.rn doublod. In addition to the victim a glancing blow undoi tho Sunday with Mr. W. A. Tuul and fnin- - "Fords" has ceased. Best wishes to ulluccossful cundldatos. oduettlonal displays tho collogo will chlu which cut a gash about two il. at Sunnydalo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira D. Funk attendMrs. Ivan Kdgo Is on the sick lUt onter nine fat steers and 10 shoop In Inches long. School Is progressing nicely hero, ed tho funeral of Malon Benton, at so stunned Mr. Robertson Tlio fall the open classus. Boda, Sunday. lie was one of tho that ha was uuublu to release himself with Mr. Ona lhifters as teachor boys who gavo his life for his counam not needed to win and laid under tho horse for better Ho "Brains uro try's c'auso "Ovor There." "What Is independence?" tliun half an hour. His follow lain; success in thoso days." Misses "tilara, Blanch and Isabel "Eating onions without caring who She "Is that au acknowledgement tors eamo upon him and brought htm Hoover visited the Misses Kirk, Sat to medloal attention as soon as pos- - knows it." Detrot Free Press. Chicago Herald. u-- a boairt?." Everett Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. siblo. Ho is hobbling around now and apparently will suffer no serious Injury. WASHINGTON urday night. Mrs. America Perdue, Mrs. W. C. Funk and daughter, Dorothy Hazel, nnd little Miss Beulah Games aro visiting In Owensboro. Mrs. Hcrbeit Sowers and Infant baby are on the sick list. Mrs. Flora Stewurt and children visited at Beda Saturday night and fr Sunday. School opened hero last Monday, with Mrs. Florlno Miller as teachor. Mr. Roscoo Balrd has his houso near completion. Mr. Clarence Patton and faniBr visited Mrs. Patton's sister, Mrs. Wal ter Campbell and family, Saturday night. FURNITURE V ; Adn-bur- g. i , Davenettes and Davenette Suites, Rockers, Diners, Din ing Tables, Libraries, Dres sers,Bedsin metal and Brass. Let us supply your, wants., Prices reasonable. ACTQN BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. i