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Subscription $1.50 per Yeas' NUMBER 8 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, developed chiefly n further assertion of Irish Independence nnil doflnnco of ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921. and kept aloof from all court and RAIDING PARTY IS public functions. King Peter was tall, erect and mus British authority. SERDIA SUCCUMBS cular and had the appearance of n Oath Would 'Ifitw lleen Treason TOWARD BRITISH AMBUSHED, TWO SHOT much younger man. speeches delivered their Outers Seizure of All .Shipments Ex- -' From the cept Those lly Common "Ho had all tho rugged qualities of v1ow was the Impression might ho ' Carrier. one sprung from the soil," wroto one Hint n government claiming gnlned Ex-Kin- g Peter Was Leading biographer. "He took pride In re- Dry Agent Near Death From .Soldiers' Leaves Canceled solo authority In Ireland was part of Toronto, Ontario, Aug. 1C. CanaFigure In Early Days programme In conception. ferring to his humblo origin and Settho Wounds Received Near As Prospects For thruout his life lived modestly and The oath taken by tho momhers, dian pollco and llccnso officials along Of Late War. Hodgenville. tlement Dim. unostentatiously. so'tne of tho ohscrvcrs asserted, would tho shores of Lake Champlaln wcro He was extremely by the Attorney General's democratic and affable. His tastes have been called high treason In the Instructed were simple to tho point of severity. old days. In It tho members swore department last night to seize all Delgrado, Aug. 16. King Peter, Hodgenville, Ky., Aug. 2G. AmAug. 1G. All 8"llli London, He was beloved by his people, parnot to yield voluntary support to tho shipments of liquor thnt leave tho on leave from Ireland In Aldershut authority Canadian shore by any 'other modo ot Serbia, died today. rcteIl.iC(i ticularly the peasantry, who called bushed by eight men with rifles, O. Government K,n& Petcr- - wh. for n ,onf llme H. McFarland, United States prohiand Fnrnhoroiigh hae beon ordered and power within Ireland" nnd to of conveyance than a public carrier. him 'Father Peter. " U by tolegraph to return to thulr bition enforcement This action was taken, It was ex- - ha(1 1,oen in- - wa reported early In officer, with support and defend tho Irish RepubObject of Suspicion. plained, In an effort to prevent the J,,ne to ,,Q ln a serious condition. He immediately. lic and tho Hall Elrcniin, Hut his royal career was becloud headquarters in Glasgow, was woundwas then suffering from pleurisy. A of ed, probably fatally, Immediately on promulgation at Corinth The view expressed was that If tho nnrnivni nf rum rmitiinL' thnt hns linen ed by a grave and terrible tragedy truce ln Ireland largo groups of ,icct,n of the Parliament wan not to under way for several days, following short t,mo afterward ho was said to tho assassinations of his nrertcces Church, ten miles from here, lato thii the soldiers wore granted leave ot ab - jBilll(I ,ibsolutely on th position indl - 'a court decision giving legal nuthdri- - be steadily Improving In health and sors, Kink Alexander and tho hitter's afternoon. Hugh Ray, chauffeur tor , . . .1.1 ... ... . his physicians declarecUhlm out ot senco In England . . .... .. (. . r . .......j... .............. imi.i i. iiv .Mr fin vn.ni'n in 1114 tirpvimm i .v i i exiiuri. sniiiiuciii. who, wueen uraga in me palace at tho federal raiding party, was shot roc- - "anger, Monday tomiiiunlcatlon to Mr. Lloyd George of .yhlle officials of the province A Belfast dispatch Belgrade on June 10, 1903. A sus- - thru the head, but is cxpectod to requoted the Irish News, the Nation- thero were only two alternative ways ognizo they cannot Interfere with' fining ''as neaut ot tne ngeel plcion that members of the Karageor-gevltc- h cover. when "bonn-fldn result ot monarch until a fow days-agshipments" McFarland, In tho company alist organ, as claiming to have un- on: tho submission of the ot family, of which Peter was a questionable authority for stating to a plebiscite of ho peoplo and a the court's decision, they tako tho a dispatch from Belgrade said he w&s member, were Implicated in tho con- Sheriff W. T. Hornhack and Deputy '""''i "iU with congestion of the spiracy which exterminated tho rival George Turbls, of Laruo County, was. that tho Hrltlsh Government's pre- mv, m tho nan nf tho Governniont Position that surreptitious deliveries, " " ' Ie sank Into unconsciousness parations for n ronowal of tho con- to Induco Ulster .to come Into tho not made by convmon carrier, do not .. . . . . .... of which returning from a raid on a still just lemming in tnat c mention ruling Obrenovltch dynasty represen- across tho lino ln Green County come within tint category. jimmy, flict In Iroliintl. consequent on the proposed domluhu tll the following day. His oonRticn Alexander and Draga woro Thoy point out that Amorlcan au- possible abrogation of the tiuco xho Parliament met In the first tatives, and which placed Peter on when his automobile was met by tho 11, hndj0pel, session in Its history to oonstd tbontles can easily deal with persons became worao Sunday night, and he whleh hns existed since July tho throne five days later, waa never ambuscading party, which let It pass-noon speeded up wiiiiui wiu iuhl uiiuu;or tl0 ijntss.i (.Jcvernmoni Irth Importing liquor by a common car- - gradually failed7Guntil the end. white-Mnn- y entirely removed. In 1911, when distance of 100 yards and then years old, K"K Peter. dnys to such an oxtont that they wore pt wo terms, opened fire. Two bullets struck Mcrior without tho legal right to do so. l itu were 130 memhaired doaf, ill fronf tho infirmities King Peter made a tour of Europe, Farland, one passing entirely thru ' bers present Including those who had RnlcN In. Detroit Suburbs virtually completed. flic received somewhat ot a cold re Detroit, Aiig. 1C. Michigan State of ago and suffering from the wounds ception from Belfast, Aug. 1C It was reported I i''i: rolcased fro'-- i prison 1 admit his abdomen, the other lodging Just other royalties. liore that the military nuthoritius in -- r their nttendlni: the soss' .u. A troopers today were watching for a of throe or more wars, relinquished All told, more than fifty persons below the intestines. "Ireland hnvo canceled nil luavos ot great audience crowded the gallery carload of Canadian rye whisky re- - the cares of state in 1919 when his wore Ray, who was struck in tho head, killed or wounded In the palace absence for both officers nnd men fii.i. as de Vnlira led tho ,mocitor3 ported to have reached Windsor from second son. Crown Prlnco Alexander, at Belgrade when forty army officers was removed to a nearby farmhouse, Qjid thnt all officers and men who are Into tho chamber. Eastern Canada for shipment into the succeded him and became tho ruler of forced their way in with dynamite, as his condition did not warrant his awny on holidays have been re ulled. Prayer was offorcd In beginning'' United States across tho Detroit lUv- - tho new state of Jugoslavia. He thon shot down all who stood In their way being tnken to Hodgenville. Sheriff It Is stated this step was taken niere- - tho ceremonial and then the oath was er. No trace of the reported ship- - declared: as they pressed toward the apart- Kornback, taking tho wheel, rushed "My beloved Serbia Is now free and ly as a precaution against surprise, administered to all tho members en ment had boon found on this side of ments of King Alexander and Queen McFjrland to the homo of II. C. Boles 'Its future, I believe, will' bo a great Draga, and murdered their majesties where Drs. D. W. Gaddle and Thomas and has no othor significance. the river today. masse. Speak- Dublin, Aug. 1G. In opening tho Stato, officers redoubled their - one. Mywork Is over. I desire on no llin nrminlinrl In n pnTnor nf Inolr J. Coteot attended him. Tho offiJohn T. Kelly was Dall Klronnn at its first public sos - er 0( the. Parliament, but he declined forts, to stop the flow ot llqu,- - early ly the continued affection and devo- - ' cer's condition, due to the loss of )n ,rn nM,Pr. lon here today, I'ninonn de Valora, tho offico and Prof. John McNeill today when thoy made numerous tioivof my dear people, and finally, T. , ,,,,, .,.,, .,., blood, did not permit further exami., ni,.,n Iro- -i vnlils In Detroit's suburbs. seizing a grave on Sorblan soil." Itiiiiiililleiiii lpuilnr. rnlternteil clow, glass and all, Into the palaco nation, and, according to Dr. Gaddle, land's claim for separation from Stayed With Armies. Aftor the formalities had been con- - boor ami whisky and placing several park. At the same time two cabinet ho has llttlo chance of recovery. Mc Groat Britain and declnrd the only eluded and Mr. do Vnlera, as head men under arrest. Joh; Corrlgan, Despite his age, King Peter were assassinated in their Farland never lost consciousness. qornnient the people recognized of th0 Irish Republican governing . ""'1 John Corrigan, Jr., proprie- - sentejj one of tho' most courageous homes. .McFarland; who entered the fed, was tho Ministry of the DM1 Klreann, j ,,yi i,a,i nihlrossed the asHemblagc, tors of a near beer saloon In Wynn- - f eral servlco December 1, 1920, uneg Qf the war Qn tho clay that Tho background of this coup d' etat dotte, and their bartender, John O'- - SerMia rejected tne'AlJstr the Irish Republican Parliament. tno Parliament adjourned. demands, has never becn broueht sharnly to der his father, U. G. McFarland, UnitBonnell, were among those arrested He and his colleague, de Vnlera Peter renounced his temporary abdl focus. There were two royal fami- ed States enforcement officer for A quantity ot beer and whisky Is said said, had adopted toward England tho oiloWKUS INDORSE Western Kentucky, with headquar(cation of the throno and placed him lies claimants ln Serbia tho principle laid down by Cardinal Mer MAItKETIXG PLANS to hnvo boon confiscated in the Cor- - self once. more at tho head of the ters at Louisville, was transferred reand Obrenovltch families cently to Glasgow, cler of Rolglum toward dormant - rlgan plice. Tho three men wore country."" ln charge ot raidHo was even then almost during the past 100 years. Tho that external auinorlty was unlaw- -' Danville, Ky., Aug. 1G At n meet- - held without ball today. sightless and hard of hearing and former, from which King Peter was ing operations ln tho southwestern, -- ful. Tho Irish, he said, stofid for 'he 'ng attended by 500 tobacco growers! was under the constant caro of a phy- descended, established Itself ln part part of tho stato. Tho younger Mcideals enthroned In the American j0f Boyle County a two weokB' cam; LODGE DELEGATE TO Farland has a wife and three chU sician. when "Black George," tho first conDISARMAMENT CONKAR .Declaration of Independence. Ipaign to bo waged thruout tho Hlue- -. When the fortunes of war turned spicuous member of the family, (rose drcn living at Glasgow. He is 27 Mr. de Valora provoked laughlor crass In an effort to pledge CO. 000, against the Serbians he remained with as leader of his people against the years old. Washington, Aug. 16. Henry Ca hy describing tiro British ait Rude as 000 pounds of tobacco to the propos-- , The elder McFarland, who was his armies till practically tho last He had all but liberated that, of a great nntion demanding cd cooperative maikctlng plan, "was .hot Lodge, chairman of tho Senate nntfo Vtnl Tmnn rlrlvfin frntn Mm nnnn. Turks. notified of his son's wounding, left. " guarantees for Its safety from a small opened. Joseph Passenneau, and J. Foreign Relations Committee, has try. He thon effected an escape thru' them when he was accused of being Lexington last night for Hodgenville. . . ,,,, a traitor, and MUosh Obrenovltch, a Ray is the son of II. S. Ray, United. one, when It should bo a groat nation L. Knight of Lexington, ,. and Mr.- - been definitely selected by President. I uuiuumi .1 .. li n rt A .1 n safety to a small Ptnte. .Marvin oi ueorgecown. uuiiiku i.. n TTabIIhh "- h- n ..... linn tf ... rt A in nrl. liuuilia liau ciiv kjreorganization...i. swineherd, rose In his stead, and car- States storekcepor-gaugo- r .guaranteeing " at Hodgen-vill- o, of ried the war' against the Turks to, ho preslded over u,e Dw-sn- 't Think Proposals .lust. meeting explaining the plnns of the can delegation to tho disarmament and a veteran of the World War. i, wont . - rnr. . ..hV. ..w ..w... J .W..-the successful termination. Thus conference, Tho Cabinet, Mr. do Valera declar- assoclatlon e I Ivhere he established headquarters regal feud began. Mllosh establish- He is empjoyed as chauffeur at fu, ,r , . ,, Formal announcement of Senator ed, did not think the British propoA permanent organization was efwhero the federal raiding paranu cooit an aciive pari in ine uiici;- ed himself as prince, In 1817, recsals were Just. ty rented tho machine. fected here by electing F. T. Logan Lodge's selection was made' today at tlon of his nomadic government. ognized even by the Sultan. MeanMr. de Valera pointed to tho vir- - .chairman; Perry Ingram, vlco chair- -, the White- House. He is tho second Sheriffs Hornhack and Turbls, who Forced from his capital, Belgrade, while "Black George" sought to retually Imposslblo conditions sur- - man and G. C. Settles, secretary. 'member of tho delegation to be nam- - and thence front NIsh by the advanc- escaped Injury in tho fusillade of claim his power and was slain, with tho jion Wero appointed In every precinct ed, tho Administration having nre"ii,1K army roundlng negotiations shots from tho ambuscade, said that of the Central Powers ln that Secretary IlrltlBh Government for tho position, (jn 0Very county to make a canvass. It vlously announced they recognized several of the atMg collntn laid waste by fire OUT OF u inui in u iiiiiii uiiui niuu j js predicted tnat vo per cent oi iiiu iiuhhos wuuiu no uiiuiiuiuu. no suiu, tackers. and shell. Peter lived to return to WORK IS STATEMENT ) facing a man pointing n pistol. growers will sign up. Approximately i Mr. Lodge, who Is Republican Serbia and engage actively In the rethe still which the raiding party Thero woro people who wanted to 2715,000 pounds have been pledged In leader of the Senate, Is understood to organization had been abandoned confiscated and rconstruction of his esWashington, Aug. 1G. Be3t i negotlato to savo their faces, ho con- Boyle County. have accepted the appointment, and beginning of tho timates available at this timo show shortly beforo tho arrival of the ofdomains. From the Flftj'-thre- o tinued, but the Sinn Finn would not contracts woro signed his colleagues havo arranged so that conflict, tho aged king encouraged ficers, and no arrests were made. that 5,735,000 porsons are out of ncgotlnte to save faces, but to save, at n meeting at Perryvllle. in tho Senate can be car his duties Feeling ran. high at tho news ot despite the most his troops and people In tho United States. Secre- rled forward without In'rruptlon depresslng reverses and on several I If possible, bloodshed and far right and Sheriff Hornhack will Dav,g ronorted t0 tho the attack while the conference Is In session No nAAn tno nnMuitinlltr Oil f ll ft Qftflw tfl tary of Labor nnd principle. ORGANIZE SUNDAY SCHOOL with authorities ot Green. "" "' Senate today ln response to a resolu- County in tracking down tho men Mr. de Valera said that during his other members of the delgation have to battle. tion calling' for figures. of Rev been selected and no selections are talks with Mr. Lloyd George the subUnder tho supervision several of whom they declnro have Alexander, his son was designated Mr. Davis said the Estimates did not ject of tho freedom of small nations, Robort Flelden, tho Church ot God. likely to bo made until it Is dc'inlte- - prlnco regent by tho elder been suspected ns Illicit distlllors. " Include figures as to tho number ot hlch the British Premier advocated tho society who conducted tho lately settled how many representatives 2G, on November and former service men out of work, as during tho war, had come up, and ho tont moetlnK near tho L. & N. Station, the United Stal3 shall have. MARRIAGE LICENSES council of Jugo- these could not bo obtained. The to191S, . , 1. ' nl.l 11. I li.ir.l fnntrn Hint If lift organized . it. c.1 mm luiu ai. "iu; wuii,u "" " aunuuill ounuui m ijiu Agram, Croatia, confirmed! tal of unemployed as given, he addslavia at recognized the principles Involved courthouse Sunday, REALESTATE DEAL AND L. J. Pickerel, Hartford, R. 2, tho choice, thus relieving tho venera- ed, related to the difference In the EX PECTED IMPROVEMENT thoro would bo no need for negolla-- 1 piie baptismal services scheduled May McDowell,, Hartford R. king of tho rulorshlp of Serbia, number of employes carried on pay- ble j for o tlons. thnt afternoon wero again post- Montenegro, Slavonla, Boslna, Herze- Lrolls last month as compared with ' Mr. Finis and Leonard "We rccognlzo them nnd will livo nono,i on account of weather condl-Inn- d JVnllace govina, H .C. Dockery, Beaver Dam, to Dadmatla and Croatia, which the poak ot employment ln 1920, have purchased the lot and building die for them," tho Republican tj()ng Doris'Byrgess, Beaver Dam. had united after their liberation from inManufacturing and mechanical . on Main Street of Charles Lunsford lender exclaimed. Dotson Harl, Shrovo, to Nelllo- Leo Austria. dustries, including building trades, Payton, Shrovo, An outstanding featuro of tho sos-- J and tho lot adjoining, of J. W. WilTHANKS, FRIENDS Coiifineil To Chair. j percentage of unshowed tho highest son and now occupied by Mr.AVIlson slon was the special applause for tho Hubert Stewart, McHonry to Iron1 Early In 1.919 the' aod king was employment, tho estimates being fighting men. Michael Collins, com- wj8i, t0 thank thoso who gave mo In tho grocery nnd'jneat market buMcllonry. report said. Other in- Tanner, the Army; tholr support in tho recent primary siness. Rumor has It that tho Wal-lac- o removed to a quiet rotroat near munclor of tho Republican Earl Folix Miller, Olaton, to Mon-nl- o Brothers will bo Jolnod by the Athens, Greeco, where ho lived In a dustries listed wero mining, transRichard Mulcahy, cliiot ot stall, una fol. tho Republican nomination for Boll McDaniol, Olaton. house overlooking the portation, trade and clerical workers Charles Uurgoss, Minister of Defense, county Clork, and nt tho samo time firm of Taylor & Morris, composed small Lovlt B'ratchor, Mcllonry, to Helen. A porsonal secre- and domestic and personal service. woro cheered more hoartlly than Mr. fraiiltl- - state that I hold no ninlico'of Parko Taylor and Ernest Morris, Day of Phaeloron. Gott, Hartford, R. 5. ' do Valora himself. saw fit to support and at an early dato the building will tary and his. physician wero his only towurd theso who Jeseo Whlttakor, Hartford . 3, to companions." Ho had only ono diverWASHINGTON. Uiijiehllug Attitude Seen nny ono Ophelia French, Llvla It. 2: lny oppononts. I accept bo removed and a modorn, Summing up tholr improgsions of tll0 wm of the majority and shall 'garage will bo erected on theiropor- - sion; an occasional early morning William Rogers, MclUnry, to Cal-ll- o School Is progressing nicely hero tho Dall KIreann mooting today, po- - freaiy do nil In my power for tho ty. If plans aro carried out ns con ride around the Greek cnpltal In the Stowart, Render. tomplnted, tho Improvement Jo Hart-fordj- s side car of a motorcyclo dvjvon by a. with Mr. J. T. Hoagland as tacher. lltlcal observers who havo been clow- - succoss ot tl', ontlro ticket. Arehlel Arbuckle, Prentiss, to Ruth' Sorblan soldier. To avoid tho gaze jUnln Street will he notable. Miss Helen Gott of this place, and Hlmee, Prontiss. ly following tho Irish situation, gavo Sincerely, of crowds ho disguised himself with Mr. LovR Bratchor, of Mcllonry, gave those views: E. 3MITCHBLIV, t J. ( a mask and n pair of gogglos. Later us quits a surprise Monday afternoon, ACCEPTS VERDICT THANKFUL AND TRUE. Thut the whole atmoiphore of tho Dundoo, Ky. he.' by going to tho Court House and his hoalth became so feoblo that incotlng, including Mr. do Valera's passed most of his timo in bod or a getting married. Thoy will spend a t, Having been defoatod by a worthy APPRECIATES SUIU'OIIT Naturally, ono, does not relish speech, had glvon tho Improsilon that tew days with friends and relatives Republican for tho nomination 'for but I "am nono tho losg'grntctfil wheel chair. thp uttitudo croatod by the RepubliWhon n correspondent for tho As- bore before going to tholr hpmo nt Circuit Court Clerk I accupt tho verI wish to thank nil who gavo mo for tho loyal support my many can leader's reply to the nr'tlsh Gov- sociated Press called to t,oo him in Mcllonry. dict rondured and shall chqerfully orumont would bo maintained, his tholr support for the Republican nom- - friends 'gavo mo Inthe recent Arthur, tho four year old son of ontor the. trenches not only for his I am perfectly free from mal- May, 1919, tho king consented to carspeech suggesting that tho roply al- - luntlon for Jailer, In tho lato prlmnry. sucoss In November, but for tho wholo rondv drafted by tho Dall EIreann and whllo I feel it to bo unnecessary, ice toward any of thoso who saw fit ry on a conversation only thru the Mr. and Mrs. James Hassle, of was hurled at tho Patter- ticket as well. I also wish to express Cabinet would show an unyielding yet I urgo that all Join for tho success t support my oppononts and pledgo bCioii of tho Serbian minister to It was tho last interview son burying ground, Monday morn- my appreciation and thanks to all position. That It wpuld bo Indorsed,, ot Mr. Hudson, whom tho majority my very bOBt efforts for a big ma- Greece EIreann thought best to honor. Avowing my jority for all tho nominees In the granted by tho former ruler of th ing. Ills death was tho result ot who gavo ma their aid and ask that unanimously by tho Dall Sorbs, Croats and Slovenes. To moot a tow days Illness of dyphtherla. all Join, heartily . ln tho final camreadiness to aid In ovory honorablo final olectlon. thoy considered a cortalnty. wish that ho might Washington Ball team defeated paign, that wo may have a part in was pointed out that whllo It ; manner, ln tho election of the entire I made tho trip tip Salt River un- his It expectedly, henco failed to thank my die on his native soil, the Serbian Hartford, nt Riverside, Park Satur- the victory on Novombor tho 8th. ' had boon understood tho sesBloji he- - j ticket, I urn Slnceroly, Yours truly, authorities In 1920 brought tno In- day, by the scpro of 11 to 8, today was called for consld-- L friend? In last week's issue. ginning valid king back to his beloved Bel O. N. STEWART, Mr. Truman Lelsuro of Owensbo- HARNETT L. TINSLEY, Yours for success", eratlbn ot tho Government's settle- grade He avoided society, however, j ro, Is visiting relatives here. Beaver Dam, Ky. WORTH TICHENOU. Bitnt offer, tho first day's proceedings' Hartford, Ky, Route B. CANADA WARRIOR KING OF TO CHECK RUM FLOW regi-JiiSti- ... I I o, qu-stl- on , o I . 'w . a -- I f- ,.,. , . .. nr. S"--- . Kara-georgovit- I - m 1 V. u..6 .,,,,, L I I .... abwi .- tho-garag- - I '"" 1 ch I l.l .1 r.t the-nntlo- 1 - , six-roo- m I j flro-pro- of .i do-fin- elec-tloii- v, long-chorlsh- pcoplo Involved. CANADA IS FLOODING "Tho free nations which compose BORDER WITH LIQUOR tho liritish emplro aro drawn from INDEPENDENCE many races with different histories, GIVE Windsor, Ont., Aug. 1.1, Canadian traditions and Ideals'. In tho Doto minion of Canada tho British nnd rum runners seemed to bo trying the- - bitter establish a record today after word French have long forgotten Irish Demand Right Of conflicts which divided their ances- was received hero that Michigan state tors. In South Afrlcn tho Transvaal police, armed with rifles, had been Secession To Be republic and tho Orange Free States moblllzd to prevent thorn landing m V Recognized. In Ontario. . havo Joined with two British colonies liquor manufactured Beer was hauled to the plrs In union, to mako a great, Walkervllle, under his majesty's sway. The lirit- both Sandwich and It was London, Aug. II. Eamonn ish peoplo cannot bollovo that whoro truckload after truckload, and estimated by water front observers republiCanada and South Africa, with equal leader of the Irish tli.it nont'lv a dozen lionts liml nulled cans, has refused to accept the pro- or oven greater difficulties, have so out every hour slnco 8 o'clock this signally succeeded Ireland will fall, posals of the British Government and they nre determined that so far morning. government The bustle along tho piers continconstituting dominion as they thomrfelvos can assure It, nnd having as their basis the bring- nothing shall hinder Irish statesmen ued oven when unconfirmed reports Ho from Joining together to build up an wore received thnt Michigan state ing about a peace In Ireland. In thrco declares that tho conditions sought Irish stato in freo nnd willing coImposed constitute Interference operation with tho other peoples of motorboats, had run two liquor crafts to be ashoro near Ecorse and seized the In Irish nffalrs and control which tho empire. cargo. cannot be permitted. "Moved by these considerations tho At tho present moment It Is reLloyd Mr. On the other hand Uritlsh govornment Invites Ireland to ported tho smugglers are concerting George has Informed Mr. DeValera tako her place In the great association that there can be no compromise on of freo nations over which his majes- on 9 per cont beer, manufactured leeasily because it's crimp cut Greatest sport you know the question of the right of Ireland ty reigns. As an earnest example of gally In Ontario plnuta tinder a recent Windsor court decision that to brew and it stays put. to pull out your makin's to secede from her alleglence to the their desire to obliterate old quarrels for export, was perfectly proper under tells Mr. Deking. The premier papers and some Prince and to enable Ireland to faco tho fu- the Ontario temperance act. Shipment the best bet you ever Valera that the conditions of the ture with her own strength and hope, Albert and roll up a cigaPrlneo Albtrt It of whisky from Waterloo In wholeproposed setloment contain no desire they propose laid that you'll like Prince told In loppy tod that Ireland shall sale lots Is planned to begin next bast, tidy rod tint, rette ! That's because P. A. on the part of the British over the hanatomt pounj forthwith the status of a doAlbert better than any cigaand liatl pound tin over Irland and Impairment minion, with all tho powers and privi Monday. good and is so delightfully humtJort and In tho rette you ever rolled! CiuuoufluKcd us Hay. of Ireland's national Ideals. jtound cryatat slait refreshing in a cigarette leges set forth In this document. Uoports wero current today that hum Ida r with "Unp:iniIellol Opportunity." you have And listen! "By the adoption of dominion stamoltttntr t port gtlop. just like it is in a jimmy "Our proposals present to the Irish tus, it Is understood that Ireland shall not only had beer been shipped this a jimmy pipe hankering pipe! You never seem to people," says tho premier, "an op- enjoy complete autonomy In taxation week to Detroit, by wator, but that by all means know what portunity such as never has dawned and finance; that she shall maintain more than a dozen carloads camouget your fill P. A.'s so flaged as hay, had entered that city 1 We have In their history before. Prinro Alhprr r.r.n rln fr her own military forces for home de- by rail. These reports had It thnt mado them In a slncero desire to fense, you ! a revelation in a her own constabulary and her while the center of tho cars, near the appetizing. achieve peace, luit beyond them we own police; that she shall take over side doors, had been fllld with hay. pipe as well as in a cigacan not go." the Irihh postal services and all mat-to- rs cas upon case of beer had been stack Prince Albert will be a rette! P. A. can't bite or The official records In the Irish relating thereto; education, land, ed at the end. peace negotiations were made public revelation to your taste! No parch. Both are cut out agriculture, mines and minerals, forAccording to water-frogossip the unexpectedly today. They show seem- estry, housing, other tobacco at any price is labor, unemployment, rum runners had increased their ef by our exclusive patented ingly a deadlock, based on two vital transport, trade, public health, health forts to get liquor across the border in its class! And, it rolls up process. differences between De Valera's re- Insurance and liquor traffic, and In to satisfy demands of Michigan road- newed Insistence of Independence and sum that she shall exercise all those that Ulster shall be regarded merely powers and privileges upon which the houses which were reported to be expecting an unequaled week-en- d tradf . as a minority faction of anlrlsh na- autonomy domin- Word was received hero that these of tion. ions is based, subject to the consid- resorts were charging 60 cents a botCopyright 11)21 Mr. loyd George leaves open the by It J ' noI! erations set forth In the ensuing tle for beer. According to informaTobacco Co. doi r for possible further negotiations Wlnlton-Slitm- . paragraphs. tion at hand here somo Canadian liwith Mr. Do Yalera by saying tnat .N.C. "Guaianteea in these liberties, quor got as far as Toledo and Port the national joy smnhn. the government will discuss the application of the principles of its of-f- which no foreign people can challenge Huron. challenging the empire ns a Reasonably fast motorboats are the whenever acceptance of the prin- without whole, the dominions hold each and craft used most in the liquor traffic. Mkh , Is tl e guest or lis parents, Mr HOW BATS DOUCE BEAVER DAM. ciples Js communicated to him. and Mrs Klvls Smith SOLVED IIV HXITinX These boats carry 2,000 cartons of Simultaneously with the making severally by virtue of their Bri Mr Ji hit Arbuckle nf . Ilnncapulis, About a dozen houses am being Washington, Aug. IS - Urf 'i public of tho correspondence between fellowship, a standing amongst the beer. Each carton contains two dozEvery now and then constructed in North Beaver Dam, Minn . is visiting his family. Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. De Valera, nations equivalent not merely to their en pint bottles. aviation c!entlsts have sohed t' i Mrs. Henry Daniel, of Richmond. secret of how bats avoid object i'; on the territory known as the Sow-dea note to the premier signed by Sir Individual strength but to the com- a rowboat Is pressed into service. o- her daughtor, Mrs. can not ace and are applying 'If r Lots. Tlieso houses will im- Is visiting James Craig, the Ulster leader, was bined power and influence of all the nations of the commonwealth. How Dipthciiii Is Contracted. prove the town in many ways nnd al- Ercll lllniikenship nnd Mr. Blanken-shi- p diacovory to afrcraft in the . op f published. "That guarantee that fellowship, One often hears the expression, 'My so help relieve the shortage of resiaafoguurdlng thorn against colli-"The note declares that Ulster's acMr. Arthur Hocker and children, Itepvrts of the experiments, nat freedom, the whole empli looks child caught a severe cold which de- dences caused by the Increased poput, ,i ceptance of an Invitation to meet tho veloped Into diphtheria," when the lation. The cost of building materials of Lowlsburg, hnvo returned home, public hero today by an armv nagovernment In conference holds good, to Ireland tc accept." Tho document proposes that the truth was that the cold had simply is constantly decreasing and it Is pro- after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. H. tion statement, said progress vasli-in- g but that no meeting between Mr. Do Valera and Sir James is possible un- conditions of settlement be embodied left tho little one particularly suscep- bable that more houses will be built Stevens. mado with devices adopted frein Mr. (Juy Rhoads, of the U. S. Navy studioc of diphtheria in the Spring. tible to the wandering til Do Vnlera recognizes that North- In tiiu foim of a treaty, to wilch tho bets which wni Id a' shall be given by the British germ. If your child has a cold when Where reconstruction is most need- Is (siting his mother. of as preventives against collision ern Ireland will not submit to any diphtheria is prevalent you should ed Is on Main Street where almost aircraft. other authority than the king and and Irish parliaments. When tho baby Is suffering the "The form In which the settlement take hint out of school and keep h! two blocks of tho business section According to tho stntonicnt. t'l" Parliament and admits "the sanctity is to tako effect," it adds, "will de- oft the street until fully recovered, wero wiped out by flro In tho early double affliction of hot weather and scientists blindfolded, a number of of the existing powers and privileges It must as there is a hundred times more spring. One block Is soon 10 bo re- bowel disorders, tho remedy needed bats and released them In a roon .of the Parliament and government of pend upon Ireland herself. allow for full recognition of the ex- danger of his taking diphtheria when built and only brick buildings will go Is McGce's Baby Elixir. It reduces which wan crossed with many wire Northern Ireland." isting powers and privileges of the he has a cold. When Chamberlain's up. Mr. Tom Barrass will build u the feverish condition, corrcts the and partitioned from another room I Kceni'ht Situation Since War. Parliament and government of North- Cough Remedy Is given It quickly business house. Mr. Morgan James stomach and checks looseness of tho a grid containing holes Just lar-rThe disclosures constitute the keen- ern Ireland. cures the cold and lessens the danger a barber shop; Messrs. Arthur and bowels. Price- 35c and COc per bottiough for the bats to flythru. Tho est political situation since tho closo Sold by Ohio County Drug result was "Tho British government enter- of diphtheria or any other germ di- Charles Peters a restaurant, and Mr. tle. thnt tho flying inamjiiah of the war. The politicians of both Company. ni never touched a wiro end flew thru m U. J. Tilford a business house. sease being contracted. Knglnnd and Ireland tonight wero tains the earnest hope that the necesm After several years of inactivity beho holes with ease. discussing the question whether tho sities of harmonious BAN ON "OVERLAND" TIRES Beaver Dim is again on the boom. tween Irishmen of all classes and 11RAND OVERTIME Tho experiments revealed the bat.' door had been closed on further neMr. and Mrs. Byron Brown and son DECISION UNFAIR creeds will be recognized secret. They were found to emit a thruout gotiations. They seemed to find In An Akron concern started to mnr-k- note, often innudlblo and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Daniel to tho car, the concilitatory tone of the corres- Ireland and will welcome the day (dd New York, Aug. 13. Decision of and daughter, of Herrln. III., are tho auto tires under which would bound back from tlm when by these means unity is achievpondence, howover, ground for hope United States railroad labor board guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson the name of 'Overland'. Tho court, on wires and partition, conveying acthat some bridge might yet bo built ed. But no such common action can the allow only the regular rate of Williams. application of tho d to bo secured by force." curate information to tho liaU ren across the chasm of difference over Mrs. Raymond McKinney has re- Auto Co., has put n stop to this sitivo ears and enabling them to map Declaring' that union in the other pay for time worked In excess of olght the question of independenc. It was turned to her home In Stone, Ky., scheme. Tho Judge snld it was clear out space with cxactnesa. a day or for Sunday and holithe concensus of opinion that all de- dominions camo by consent, the docu hours day work was branded as unfair to after a visit to her parents, Mr. and that the tire concern had adopted the ment continues: Aeronautical experts believe tliot fends upon the temper of tho Dail Overland name In order to get tho airplanes can do tho santo thliiT Th' "In no condition can they consent day by tho executive committee of the MrL. Will Taylor. Elreann when It meets in Dublin on Mrs. Arthur Vlller of Tu'is'j. Okla . benefit of the good-wi- ll of the Brotherhood attaching to British aro busy devising Instrumc. Tuesday, but that altogether Ireland to any proposals which would kindle board of chairmen is the guest of J er paicals, Mr and that name. With o many names to to that end, and Uiclr efforts are said civil war in Ireland. Such a war o Railroad Signalmen of America. stands at present at the most critical choose from, there was no oxcuso for already to havo led to tho developwould not touch Ireland alone, for It was pointed out In a resolution .Mrs. Wm. Chapman. point of Ifi history. Miss Elolse Austin Is spending the appiopriating tho Overland nanio, It ment of partisans would flock to cither side adopted by the committee that prior Instruments which nro exliritish Proposals. .unniier with her parents, Mr. and was declared. to tho boards' ruling the men had repected to record for airmen sound J3 Tho liritish proposals which wero from Great Britain, tho empire and hey approach objects. oisownere, with consequences more ceived time and a half for overtime Mrs C. P Austin. dated July 20, said: Mrs Clint Il.irno r,f Ravena, Ky . BOARDS CO.OPHRATE and Sunday and holiday work. It is said that this Information U "The nritlsh government are actu- devastlng to tho welfare both of IreTO TREAT TRACHOMA Another resolution, however, ac- 13 visiting h- -r fa tho: , Mr. R. F. ot?-voexpected to bo supplied equally a land and the empire thnn the confict ated by an earnest desiro to end tho a wago cut of eight cents an well in the dark or mist as in clear unhappy divisions between Great Brit- to which a truce has been called this cepted Mr. and Mrs. McCIellan Flener Louisville. Ky Aug. 13. Con- atmosphere hour for all signalmen and six cents month." ain and Ireland which have produced tinuing u i have returned to thoir home In between tho Tho document concludes as fol- an hour for all helpers. so many conflicts in tho past and Ky.. sitter a visit with United Statos Public Health Service Apply a cotton cloth wot with BaTho resolution of protest asserted which have once more shattered tho lows: friends and relatives. and the Stato Board of Health In the llard's Snow Liniment to all woumK "The British government peace and well being of Ireland. At will, that the board's decision would work Mlsss Alenno and Wahnlta Leach fight on trachoma In Kontucky, Dr cuts, burnB, In tho pay of the a further sores or bllstorn, and the present time they long, with his therefore, leavo Irishmen themsoves employes reduction and declared the chairmen who havo been visiting in Evansvllle, John McMullen of the former sor-vl- note Its wonderful healing power. It majesty, tho king, in the words of his to determine by negotiations between and Miss Linda Neville, of tho la prompt and vory effectlvo. Prlco bo responsible for any fu- - Henderson and Owensboro havo regracious speech In Ireland last month, them whether tho new powers which "would not State Board were to hold a trachoma 30c, COc and $1.20 may bo tnken by the turned home. Per bottlo. Sold for a satisfactory solution of 'those the now pact defines shall bo taken tur action that Miss Innls Stevens and Mrs. Clint clinic at Morehead, Rowan County, by Ohio County m employes they represent." Drug Company. g Irish probloms wh'Ich for over by Ireland as a wholo and adminHorn aro visiting In Owensboro. from August 15 to 20. a generations embarrassed bur fore- istered by a single body, or taken ovMrs. John Allen and daughter have In order that all persons In the FRKEMAN NAMED OFFER IIKKK TO HOSPITALS fathers as they now weigh heavily up- er soparatoly by southern and northreturned home, after a visit with county oufforlng with the disease U. OF K. DEW on us," and they wish to do their ut- ern Ireland with or without a Joint might havo tho clinic brought to their A Wlcconsin brewing company has relatives in Rosine. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 13. Prof most to secure that 'every man of authority to harmonize their com- offered 1000 barrels of beer to the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cooper, who attention, Dr, J. N. McCormack of W. B. Freoman, a graduate of tln Irish blith should work In loyal co- mon interests. U. S. public health service for use havo begn tlsltlng Sgo the State Board wrote every county collego of engineering of tho Univer"They will willingly assist in operation with tho freo communities medicinally in army hospitals and have ben residing in Horso Branch, and municipal official In Rowan and sity of Kentucky In tho class of 1901, a settlement If the Irishon which the liritish empire is has-mevery school toacher asking them to will act as dean of The will mako their futuro homo here. homes for veteran soldiers. tho collego during They aro convinced that tho men should so desiro. Little Miss Mary Lawrence Baker, urgo every person whoso eyes needed tho year's lenvo company offers to provldo labor and of absenco of Dean Great Britain's Dosiies. Irish people may find as worthy and materials to prepare the beer for of Providence, is visiting Mr. and treatment to present hirncolf at the F. Paul Anderson, who Is now direc"By these proposals tho British shipment to complete an expression of thoir powhatever places the Mrs. J. E. Williams. Sho will ho clinic. tor of the research laboratory of tho litical and spiritual Ideals within tho government slncoroly bollovo they govornment doslres, freo of charge, accompanied lymo by litlo Miss Grace Trachoma clinics also are being American Society of Heating ami omplro ns any of tho numerous and will havo shattered tho foundations of held by Dr. C. B. Robert 0f the Stato Ventilating Knglneera at tho Bureau rather than havo the beer wasted In Margaret Williams. vnrlod nations united In allegiance to ancient hatred and distrust which case the courts should decide destrucAir. and Mrs. Cooper Phelps, of Hbaril who at tho present time Is en of Mines In Pittsburg. his majoBty's throno and they desiro havo disfigured our common histories tion to be necessary. Springfield, 111., aro visiting Mr. gaged In malting a sanitary survey Professor Freeman at tho end of such consummation not only for tho for centuries. Phelps' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. of several counties In tho south-easter- n tho yoar will roinain at tho collego an "Tho futuro of Ireland within tho 'velfare of Great llritaln and Ireland Will Cooper. Clmmbfi l.iln's Cough rnicdy. part of tho State. In making this hoad of tho electrical engineering nnd the emplro as a whole, but also commonwealth Is for tho Irish peoMessrs. Harvey I), and Neal.Plum-me- r survey ho is1 visiting every Tho great benefit derived from school department, It was announcod today. for tho cause of peace and harmony plo to shape. In tho foregoing pro- tho use of Chamberlain's Cough Remhavo returned to their home in houso In tho counties Aftor his graduation from the unicovered and posals the BrIJIsh government havo edy has been gratefully acknowledged West Virginia, after a visit with relathruout tho world. whoro necessnry making recommnda-tlon- s versity. Professor Freeman spent "There Is not a part of the world attempted no more than n broad out- - by many. Mrs. Bonjamlu F. Blake-ney- , tives. to the trustees for improvesovon years with the Western Klec-triwhere Irishmen havo made their line of a settlement, tho dotalls of Prof, and Mrs. Allison and little ments that will Decatur, III., writes, "ChamberCompany In Now York and Chicaresult In Improved homos but suffers from our ancient which they leavo for discussion when lain's Cough Remedy Is by far the daughter of Cadiz, Ky havo arrived sunltatlon. go, and at present Is head of tho edufeuds. . No part of ft but looks to this tho Irish people havo signified their bast medicine for colds and coughs we here to make their home, Prof. Alcational dopartmont of thu Westing-hous- o meeting between tho British govorn-- , acceptance of tho principles of this have over used In our family. I lison will bo In charge of the High Company at East Pittsburg inunt nnd tho Irish leadors to resolve pact." gave it to my children when small School this fall and Mrs. Allison the Borore going to Pittsburg a year ago This document is signed by David for croup and have taken It myrlmary Department. FOR FLETCHER'S feuds Into now understandings, thet he was for stven years professor of, Mr. Rumsey Smith, m honorable and satisafctory to all tho Lloyd George. of Detroit, self." engineering at the unlversl. ENGLAND CANNOT ra, I ft'! IP !' "ff w; y Tftir I " I Come on along! high-power- Fill up your makin's papers with P. A. It's io If joy'usly friendly and It's nt or rs - ! et-fe- ct - i et Wlllya-Overlan- co ago-lon- nosi-tlatlngsu- ch l.' ' e Children Cry CASTORfA tho departure from Switzerland FARM NOISES KOll SHELL SHOCK CURE There is a Inrgo clement In Hungary In favor of tho restoration of the emperor, and Admiral Horthy, BY ALLIES ON RHINE Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 1., The former now head of the government, bears sympathy of droning mowers cultivasignificant titlo of regent. Swittors and threshers Is, a specific cure tho igfjMjW Contents 15Pluid Drachm zerland is very tired of Charles but shell-shocOf the t'.oiiEand of for Steps Made To Render As! has been unablo to get rid of him. war veterans who turned to Hg.lc.il-tur- o The king of Spain, who Is a relative, sistance To The IL'IlTillilOl'll i For Infants and Children. at tho conclus.on oJ lus'llHIes I"'1 f li-1-' steps to provide an asyivZ ill Starving. virtually all have recovered from tho has takenhim m provided other nations lum for A recent survey effects of shell-shocoffer no objections. How's This? on tho other hand, docs not Indicate We offer One Hundred Paris, Auk. 13. The lifting of tho for nny cneo of Catarrh Dollars nwnril that this Is truo of tho returned sol AMERICAN FLYER TO thnt cannot be diers who settled In tho cities. economic barrier of the Ilhlnelanil on cured by Hnll'ii Catarrh Medicine. ' PHOTOGRAPH MKXICO I Halt's Catarrh Medicine lias been taken Resides regaining health at a far September 15, provided Germany pays by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty fcj VcoiioL-- 3 PER CENT.; more rapid pace than their city brothAVooofnhferrcoarationforAs- up the amounts she undertook to pay five years, nnd but become known ns the Los Angeles, Aug. 13. According ers, tho farmer soldiers generally most reliable remedy ' similntimJlhcFood by Rcgula- I under (lie ultimatum and agrees to Catarrh Medicine netsfor Catarrh. Hall's have experienced moro pronounced to Information received hero "Bob" thru the Dlood on tintf tlicStOfaachs and ucwga. remove the boycott against French tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the PoiConnell, son of Capt. C. T. Connell,, prosperity. For their crops Inst year goods, was decided upon nt the final son from the Dlood and healing the disfederal labor conciliator, has obeased portions. they received approximately $14,000,-00- 0. Kesslon of the allied Supremo Council tained a contract from President After you have tnlien Hull's Catarrh Tho return this year, on the Medicine for a short tlmo you will see a Thereby FromoUnfiDtecston, Obregon, of Mexico, to photograph today. It was decided, however, to Trent Improvement In your cenernl ; fact of preliminary estimates, should ri,oorfnfnei nndRcstContaiflS. health. Start tnklng HnllV Cntnrrh Modi- -, points In Mexico from the Important maintain the occupation of Ruhrort, per cent greater. - ... be twenty-fiv- e iiiii r tiuu hVl ncilhcr Opium.Morphtocnor sky. Dulsburg and Duesseldorf, until the ton- testimonial)!, free. IIU Ul VUlUiril. DCI1U for Many of tho 25,000 soldiers who F. J. CUKNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Mineral. o likely he An American pilot will next meeting of tho council, which It Sold by all Drucglsts, 72c. havo taken farms under tho Soldiers' jiaaoiiDcSiHLarmm flights, it is reported, but Ik understood will be previous to the act were not in used on thoarmy expected observer is (Washington disarmament conferenrp iXfiANII TO Hi: FREE Senna good health when they turned farm- a Mexican JiochltiSaUl to bo In the machine at all times. FROM iioo.i: X 5 YEARS ers. Today tho At that time Premier llrinnd consentsoldier-farmaverage tZirW The contract will Include the phoed that the question of the occupation TO1 Is In ruddy health and sound tographing of railroad lines, harbors, OS ft Kern Smi London, Aug. 13. Simultaneous linnnccs. of the right hank of the Tthino should OmMSeggr 11 JA :Hui lie reconsidered. with the announcement that drunkengovernment highways and unexplored timber and In aiding the men tho W. Remedy for With the question of tho dlsposl-- 4 ness Is again on the increase In Eng- has made loans aggregating more railroad lines. One of the features a LMndii expects to photograph will be Diarrhoea, on of Upper Silesia out of land comes the news thnt tho Wes-ly- a $110,000,000. IM.tl Am Tho soldier settle- Connell KfliY i Constipation and PlrmJa churches aro about to launch a ment board, under direction of Ma- tho crater of Mount Popocatepetl, .i Vrishncss ana tho council went to work today on the MitfiS TnffSLEEP i other mutters which It had to take five years' crusade to make the coun- jor John Harnett, purchased over long believed to be an extinct volcano, rcsulUniihcreftanJEH but which, tho young photographer were try "dry." under advisement. The decision 150,000 horses, mules, cows, oxen, ti MnatnrcoC ..c-;:- i VJ Official figures show that there sheep and swine; 200,000 chickens says, Is "enjoying a awoke." reached after M. llrland, ns prcfildent Qi'S t jacjii""- - "' , . ,.Kv; r mm p: c... - al. the council, replied to attacks mack were 95.7G3 convictions for drunken- and thousands of dollars' worth of of viz zi .. CJLriv McXit.tlffl NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS ' Lord Cnrzon, tho Hritlsh foreign ness in England and Wales last year, farm machinery. Pi HffiCEKIAVBGoWK recretnry, anil Sir Robert Stevenson an increase of CG per cent over the Nearly G.OOO.Oo'o acres of land 'li was put out before any The fire NEW Ho. ne. rhnncel'o.- of the RrilMli ex- preceding year. If this rate of In- have been cultivated, and, last year chequer, ngainM what was tormed crease continues tho number of con- 1.00,000 acres of virgin soil were considerable damage could bo done by tho volunteer fire department. ej.-i- i of ad- victions will soon be back at tho high hioken. the present Tho men produced 10,00'J,-00- 0 Portland Journal. ministering tho treaty, especially as mark registered In 1913 1SS.877. bushels of grain, besides great Guss Garner Is nursing a laceratconcerned occupation of the Huhr re- Thero was a great falling off during quantities of hay, green feed, butter, ed hand. He was fishing on Yocum gion. war, due to restrictions on the iiillk, eggs, fruit and vegetables. the Exact Copy of Wrapper. err. THt ctMTAUm eo WNT. Htw T "This," Lord Curzon fald, "Is very sale of liquor and to the fnct that a Signal success attained by tho for- creek nnd while baiting his hook a costly and also Irritating to German largo part of the male population wns mer soldiers has resulted In a flood big catfish Jumped out of the water national sentiment and pride." fighting in foreign countries or in of applications from, other war vete- and caught his bait, hand and all. The chnncellor of tho Hritlsh ex- training camps. rans who now recognize the opportu- North Arkansas Star. Wo are having moro weather up chequer argued that continuance of Tho Wesleyan churches announce nities of Western Canada. hero this year than we've had for tho present system impoverlbhcd that their drive is to be purely eduo the last 19 years. Baxter Bulletin. of tho Interested powers nnd cational and without any sensational WOMAN SWALLOWED FOR SALE A pure blooded jersey means ought to be examined for features. that SEVEN-INCHAT PIN cow giving two gallons of milk, two reducing the cost ns the high expense "With red-henthusiasm," ansevmeant less reparations. nounces the Rev. J. Alfred Sharpe, Chicago, Aug .13 Thd medical tons of hay, a lot of chickens and stoves. Sterling Bulletin. It was agreed to create an inter- president of the Wesleyan conference, world is watching with interest and eral mm allied commission of financial ex- "we can make the very forces of the amazement tho case of Mrs. Morris LINCOLN'S PEN STOLEN perts on which the United States devil tremble, even in these days." Levy. 4335 Calumet Avenue, who Is The Hartford Republican has made a special Th decision to onn !. cam paler on the road to recovery after three would be represented, to study ways Chicago, Aug. 13. The quill pen clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial and means whereby a reduction in was not reached by unanimous v'-Th- e punctures 'had been mado In her sto- used by President Lincoln 'in signing Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one Rev. Scyer Ellis said that. loving mach by a seven-Inc- h occupation costs might be devised. hat pin which his first Inaugural address has been The French premier, In a long liberty, he could not support prohibi- she swallowed last May. In continu- stolen from the exhibit of the Chica.- year for the low price of ing to function three months after the go Historical Society at tho Pageant srjerch. Indulged In some sarcastic ut- tion. terances regarding Lord Curzon's ref"We have no right," he cried, "to swallowing of tho pin, which subse- of Progress, it was announced today. erence to German national sentiment. ilof' to thousands of decent people quently mado tho thrco punctures, The pen was made from tho feather lie opposed stiangly discontinuance the right to drink what they want." physicians say nil tho rules of medical of an American eagle which was of occupation of the three Ruhr cities. jcioncu have been contradicted. Ordi- killed by an admirer of Lincoln just narily death would have resulted before the latter's election. Tho hereAre You Happ)? "The French government," declared )M. lirland, "has no intention The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest To be happy you must be well. If within 24 hours. tofore unpublished letter which Mrs. Levy swallowed the pin in whatsoever of hurting Germany's na- vou are frequently troubled with conthe gift caid that the quill and best papers in the South and we hope to receive to go was from an eaglo which had died tional sentiment or maintaining oc- stipation and Indigestion you cannot May when she was dressing many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and cupation of the Ruhr cities Indefinite- be altogether happy. Take Cham shopping. Her son, Morris. Jr., 7 rather than sacrifice its liberty. ly. Uut there also U the national berlain's Tablets to correct these dis- ycare old, playing in the room. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in you would die "And I am sure that agreement of France to be taken Into orders. They are prompt and slipped and fell. The mother gasped rather than sacrifice the liberties of your subscription now. Don't delay. account. easy and pleasant to and swallowed the pin. For three the nation which have been entrusted "Occupation of Dulsburg, Ruhort take. months her husband couldn't believe to your care," tho letter added. m that she had swallowed the ,pin. She and Duesseldorf was decided Jolntly mm complained so frequently of pains, SAIIXHt IN HOSPITAL NINE liy France, England. Italy and Uel- however, that he took her to a hosgiuin because of tho repeated failures YEARS AS TYPHOID CAIIRIEK CHILD'S RECOVERY FROM strikes the surface of the ocean, also pital. An y photograph revealed of the German government to fulfill 10CK.IAW IS that electric discharges probably nevI : tho pin. An incision was made and its obligations under tho Versailles San Francisco, Aug. 13. Aftor nuer take place thru regions of heavy treaty." the pin removed with a pair of tweez- merous operations, Hnrry Olsen, orColumbus, 0., Aug. 13. Given up rainfall in tho air. . ers. He was convinced that the Wlrth derly at tho United States Marine to die, a victim of the, horrible and government now was making all efHospital, where ho has teen confined deadly tetanus, or lockjaw. Nina NEW ULE JtADE ON LAW BRACE By JONATHAN forts to live up to the undertakings FOR BOOTLEGGER OF SEA for nine years, owing to the fact that Helen, A(TTS AS SURGEON PLUMIIER daughter of Mr. XXII.-- ALABAMA entered upon after the London ultihe Is a "typhoid carrier," still retains and Mrs. Heury J. Arnold, of this matum, but added: New York, Aug. 13. Seafaring A London engineer was taken to a his faculty of 'spreading tho deadly city, has completely recovered, and THE of "The Wlrth government may fall; hospital, his body pierced by an Iron germs, physicians claim. Olsen is l.or recovery U rxpltlng comment in bootleggers soon will have to take a Alabama Is nnother with more reactionary tencourse In admiralty law if "they are to rod halt an Inch thick which extend- said to havo been tho unwitting cause medical and f.iUh healing Ci teles credited to De dencies may be formed, and another ed from his left shoulder to his right of four deaths fro ml typhoid, and it Friends of Dr. G. R. Robblns.pastor Veep up with the latest contention of Soto In 1540. crisis reached between Franco and tho three-mil- e who revenue officers. that knee. Fortunately though the bar is declared that fully tUlrty other of .Miniorlal Rcptlst Church, The English Germany." ., limit does not hold where claims to have many remarkable laid passed across tho man's body under cases have been mtraced to him. also m Tho matter, however, wns not so aro involved. claim to this tho skin, none of tho vital organs cures by faith to his credit, assert HARDING'S DOUBLE pressing, Mr. Urland concluded, that This was the stand taken by Unitterritory and Included It in the was injured. Tho surgoons realized the child recovered thru his prayers ed States At,torney Hayward today it might not be postponed until tho grant to North Carolina. Uut ot her bedside. that thoy had no Instruments strong Savannah, Ga Aug. 13. A renext meeting of tho council. All the it was the French who ilrst setenough to bo used In such an unusual Her physician, while not willing when the government filed three lidelegations agreed to this suggstlon. tled here erecting in 1702 Fort operation ns removing tho iron so plica of the President of tho United to Indorse tho broad claims, admits bels against the schooner Henry L. appearance is Capt. St. Louis on Mobile Ray and Marshal Koch's military committee, He Marshall, and her 1,400 cases of they called the houso plumber to their States in personal is surprised at her recovery founding the town of Mobile nine commanding the ocean he after it bad been decided to maintain They put the patient un- A. F. Johnson, once given up her case as hope whisky after sho had been sized outassistance. had yeurs later. Mobile was for steamship City of St. Louis, plying three-mi- le 'military control in Germany, was Inlimit off Atlantic der an anesthetic, sterilized the plum-bor- 's less, but continued in attendance, and side the many years the capital of Louisibetween Savannah and Doston. In task of deciding how trusted with the rigged him out prescribed treatment was care- City with the British flag at her masthis hands and tols, ana. France in 1703 ceded the Captain Johnson rekucIi control was to bo exercised head. territory cast of the Mississippi In tho white garb of a surgeon and citlzon'n attire fully followed. by commissions on tho spot, sembles more closely President Hardwhether to Englund und the northern part soveral days the child suffered told him to go to work. While sur For as now is the case, or otherwise. of the present State of Alabama geons, nurses and students looked on ing thanAvhen the skipper is wearing convulsions at intervals of about fit- - WAR HERO HAS OPEN Captain steamship Harvey took a more uniform. was joined to the Illinois terriAmbassador PASSAGE TIUIU HEAD ho screwed a thread cutting die, held the teen minutes. She could not lie down, tory. The bouthtrn portion was 'Johnson is about the age of the Pres- hut had to sit propped up in a chair active part in the three hours' meetin a stock, onto tho bar and then known us West Florida. Serious ing of the council this morning than Doston specialists are puzzled ovor pulled the latter from the patient's ident and is a Republican. to avoid stiffening out ot her body. conflict with the Indians was at any session sinco tho deliberations body. Tho wholo operation required ! SHIP UUIL.DERS SCORE POINT; After twelve days of paroxysms tho tho strange caso of Harry Shanley, up for many years. In fact, kept were started, being asked for his only five minutes, not counting the! child relaxed and her jaws unlocked. American war veteran, who has .an even as late us 1812, there was opinion or taking part in tho discus Bolls, due to the infection ot her open passage in bis head extending un uprising of tho Creeks which unit) upuiu uy uio piunnuer in going The striking ship builders of Kobe sion of practically every question resulted In terrible atrocities and back for his tools. Tho patient is are to be granted voice in the' oper- blood, followed, but sho has now from ear to ear. The former soldier a brought up, as America was directly can pass as many as fifteen buttons massacres. reported as doing fine. ation of the plants which will bo un- completely recovered. Interested, especially in the Russian During the Revolution West m The physicians frankly says that thru ono ear and out tho other. Ho der the direction of a workmen's Florida remained loyal to Engand, Austrian situations. WHALE WITH HIM) explain her recovery, was in Franco with tho Canadian arcommittee. In addition, as announc- ho is unable to land, but was seited by Spain session the council decided At this LEGS IS CAUGHT "Whether it was the treatment of my when a Gorman shell exploded oved by the president of the company, only to be turned over to the of the Internaupon tho make-u- p say," ho de- er his head, deafening bm.r Altho United Stutes in 1813. This Moworkers will ba granted an eight-ho- prayer, I am. unable to Relief Commission tional Famine A female whale, 50 feet in length, clared. "I am greatly astonished." his vocal cords remain, physicians bile section was then added to day and pensions. Other comwhich will deal with the famine situwhich was captured and taken into A committee, of the medical asso- havo told Shanley he will eventually tho northern district and tho panies also affected by strikes are exThis commission In Russia. port at Victoria, D. C, some tlmo ago ation ciation Is making an investigation of lose his voice. Shanley can put a State of Alabama was formed pected to take the same course. The but will not be merely inter-alliewas found to have a pair of hind and became tho twenty-seconthe case with a view to a report to wad of paper in his mouth and regovrnmnt program ot move tho banvo f rout either ear.' Ho Sweden, Denmark, Norway and other legs. This is said to be tho first spestate of the Union in 1810. the general body. was practically stopped by the strike is being treated at tho Massachusetts neutral countries will bo asked to The meaning of the name Alacimen over found thero with such apmore than two weeks. Eye and Ear Infirmary- bama is variously interpreted. join. OCEAN IS IMMUNE pendages. Tho legs which grew out for ., situaIt was the name of an Indian Concerning- tho diplomatic FROM LIGHTENING from tho body near thd tall projected BE LOYAIi SAYS R1CCI tribe which inhabited this terHOT WEATHER SPOILS MONEY tion created by tho undertaking to outward about four feet. They were ritory at the time of Do Soto's Russia, it was working with The excessively hdt weather In feed famind-strlcke- n An experimenter, about six inches broad, tho bones Jn on .address at a mass meeting of first visit After this tribe the agreed tho commission will have being covered thickly with blubber. Italians at Pittsburg, Pa., Vlttorio electric sparks ot high electromotive lltinsarv 1)3 in Ibshade- - resultrjver was named and the state an unofficial character, and In an effort to volatilize water, ed in ntai lankruptcy of bora'i Hunwas called Alabama after. the jRlccI, Italian ambassador to the Unit- forco conversations as are engagsparks persistently re- garian cai'i.i lists. H was '.unit that such PREPARE TO FIGHT CHARLES river. The Indian word was supbo found that tho ed States, advised his audience to ed In with the Soviets must be limitfused to 6trlke tho surface of tho that tho heat spoiled tho noue- - n posed to mean "Here we rest," loyal to America. "Sho is the land Dispatches from Bolgrade report an of your adoption," he said, "and you water' ho was using; instpad they in- well as fitf.li vegetables. Ot courcc aud these words are used on the ed strictly to humanitarian questions. edge of tho con- this applies only t to paper money state's coat of arms, but this inagreement among threo nations to should uphold TJje manner In which contact with her ideals an-- tradi- variably struck tho terpretation Is doubtful aud its taining vessel. Sparks were passed which Is aliou the only nd 'n use. declare war on Hungary in the event tions." the Soviet government is to be made real meaning is uncertain. Alawas not decided. from ono stream to another only with The ink of tho badly printed bills former Emperor Charles is restored 'bama is sometimes culled the the- greatest difficulty. As the sparks melted and ran so thatwa lOcould to the throne. The action followd Plantation State. Its area is 01 wore long and powerful, resembling not be distinguished from .alOOO. the open threats made by Charjes and POMCK MAY USB TEAR GAS. square miles. FOR I TCHER'S lightning us nearly ns possible, he So mo ot tho careful capitalist .began his friends to return to Hungary, one ( by UcClar Newpptr Syndicate.) a moans of repelling a mob and As concluded that lightning never to keep their money in refrigerators. or two dates being actually set for criminals, tear ga3 wa TRADE BAN LIFTED n trynut by th Philadelphia police. About aor policemen, representing n "mob" wtro driven bacV, weeping, three times by five other patrolmen hurling the light Allho persona who Inhale iho HO fumon arc helpless for about ni'm.'ce, the gas has no Injurious ef!t Is inirrcly fects rjioklnr. and nauseating. jcronlly given grc-nad- es g, r5 li CASTORIA Genuine Castoria I k. jCASlDRIK , Mothers Know That Always tWfTiFmT1'n Bears the Signature of I'i-'ul- W mi mm er m f-P.S L. ir" ax yr ( Jfv In ir Use aj For Over ,,... -rf -- ftp Vffi Thirty Years ri J5CAST0IM H A CASH OFFER - $1.75 effec-ffectu- The Story of Our States ffl PILE Hqulr-smuggl- ers o ur d, d sbip-Dulldi- - 1 Children Ory - CASV.ORJA it replies by the pnbUc setter and therefore CBnp - Uennd the reaffirming its former sent era mat and STRAY STREAKS er srvlc. of amirs that ia sufficient answer Th rnriicy Tax Refnrm A - all truth Urn within it. Ps "bam (By Fluke MeFluke.) Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY solution should look forward and up - rule" sry ts pure - Itmlf, mart" o!ety wsrd' ami use their intlnenee tmvsrrt n for the purpose"- af bafatertng the Incorporated Just a It ra,ns, tnras cour and lit the new taxation svstem whkih will not ticket carried In it etrtumn nmiillflMW hwmift tvnrnhl only evtinly distribute the tnx paying same editorial the Herald also says for I J to the discriminating tn8 Waur In the river gets W. S. TIN3LEY, Editor -burden but alao ferret out and cause tnat hum nave oeen itntftiy raw Manager. anil MmmmmA mnlty a duck could i dressers of this com the many who now pny no tuxes to I.' when in faet. It fs known by all no, thrm.ah ,t. .nm.fh,nir w not .iwn- -- tniM. .according to Inw at fee pay their )uat share. The Income that no such thing hna happened, the th t.iv Entered munity a most lavish Fostofflee, Hartford, Ky , as uall tax and the Inheritance tax are both rate for County purposes Is no high - 0Mt s( mtr We ' . natter of the second class. enmlng into general uange among the er than it waa 20 years ago.- - It la offering of the newest other state and Kantuaky should true that valuatlns uppn which as DBnff TOnimii lngt trlmAn In this . . to hiinli th tint rrmnar-t- l luun hi v attfMnMtlt llUVa- hl.n fovlitH hllVM- In - ' ... ...,..... .., ..... r.. Address all communications , wnsn n ciwne in try otme iuemy models in Ladies' The Hartford Republican. Ttnm an income tax and mereaae the crenseu uui me rata m rae mm Ing to borrow a pair of No. 10 shoes And while this hi true the Herald to use hi tha atsv Ttiaarihv niirht. Tli inheritance tax. With these flelds H Hisses' Suits. Pure i. j u ui iv ttftjq n.n iiitrimisii 4.. u.- - o....'.a '1 of taxation owing worked the now knows, or ought to know NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS moth noni wiiiik J would be doing the fhtr thing to so ' wiueat, and personal' Subscribers desiring the paper sent obnoxious and unwilling wool fabrics, choice in ifttr hMiy scrntlnu-la- g po a. new address must give the old property tax. could be discarded en state, that a faw years ago tenm. the lowest of hia lowir extremi- addrpsa in making the request. gen- - couM be procured fur all sorts of Uea design, and the riche-- t asked if he had tried Walker Business Locals and Notices 10c tirely for State purposes and the per line, and 8c per line for each ad- - eral property tax could be modified public rond work fnr, not more than Kahn. And then tka Devil lost a ever assembled ir so that It would be only tributary to ' 2 (10 per day and thnt last year they friend. Utzonal insertion ' Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards thfS iarj?er aart more important in from $8.00 to $7.80 per day. ul iiMunfl) iu uvik nuiu, iuii uu &ui point of tone and colThis la only one of the finny Items We notice that a bill haa aach head line and slgnautre, money come and inheritance taxes. lo r Increased eost necessary ltM tMrd fmt,lri ta 1 advance Jto BriM. nnr. or. Long 'lines are Church Notices for services free, At this writing, appearances are to be borne by the County Treasury, eemmoMt 0P bat other advertisements, lc per that the Irish will reject the propo- - Again, we say. for parsonal achieve - nnRlent or hmM romthJnj? to6f whteh u mrnmttn:. strong in suits, with word. nt. honesty of purpose and natural ly peesed wilt snnble Anonymous communications Kin;? will sals of the British government for the Mr rsealve no attention. establishment of a liberal form of 'ability and last but by no means OVorge to replenish hia personal exnavy, tan ard hro" n (iominion government for Ireland, .least, compare the manner and meth- - chequer We are going to try that de Valera and those in authority ods by which each mentbar of the two stunt on. Mayor John Bean and his TELEPHONES leading in chosen col- w seem to be willing to accept British tickets received his nomination. Onr S3 Farmera Mutual Cancli aB if n vrrka to. our ors. uortn fc terms, provided they are allowed to atnrmations are. pernaps. fl M complete and unqualified inde- - somewhere in the neighborhood of as borrowing friends. TTODAY, ACGTJsT 10 have pendence. Most at the world has much as the Herald's, but compari As in the last three been in sympathy with the Irish for sons and cold facts count best of all. When you stay home Friday night. MPs J?SJ or four seasons, qualiSaturday night, cut the kindling. REPUBLICAN TICKET a liberal form of home rule, 'in fact, rather than "we mstill affirm.'' m outside sentiment has given much fetch the water, go for the milk, do ty is a strong key-nFOR SALE aid in keeping the agitation ffolng11 of the little errands around the . jK .7 One first class, saddle and hnrness years, but with the through, all the house and treat your wife especially in most lines. We are very liberal offer of Lloytl George horse, seven years oM. The price is nice and genteel figuring all the sBB5?rC government turned down, sen right. and hia jwhU tt will lend yen aid in a 3fi3?3 prepared to show you JAMES A. TATE. timent is snore than apt to drift the sure, in getting off to the Sundav j3d smart Hartford. Ky. way There is no doubt of the other ball game, and then ir rain suits of fact that the Irish have, in times past .JUL. .I W. LrBBjrfWi all day Sunday and no game 0 -they harbor BAPTIST ASSOCIATION borne much far which twill, suede-t'-whiaa; hain't it exasperating, an.: h JK HELD WITH SLATY CRBRK toughest natural resentment, but on the other of tough luck? Tv hand they have done much of a proveldyne ard The Ohio County Baptist Associavocative nature, and. now that the "fcss We had company In our rh' merges at very attraction convened with the Slaty Creek road to peace and a other day and while at iinn-- lies open and at their doors, it dnea Church, Prentiss, Wednesday for a some manner, moonshine came ui !" ts .e prices. seem that the opportunity should be two days' session, with an Inwnena one of the subjects diaensaed and duraccepted, the breach healed and peace crowd in attendance. ing same one of the young ladies or All recent precedents were broken For Circuit .Tudi bronght to reign where strife and Popular priced models - - - - $20.00 to $30.00 maybe it was our wife, asked us A. B TUhenor. a layman R. W. SLACK bloodshed has run riot for genera- when Hon. jnst how the stuff tasted, and if t Finer models $32.5Q to $45.00 tions. With de Valeria and the Ir- of near Centertown waa ehosen Mod- differed much from For Commonwealth's AttorneyA. M. Smith, of Mc Henish It seems to be open lecession or erator. 3Ir. CACDE E. SMITH whiskey And. to tell the truth v. Let us show you our line. nothing, except i: be mora blood- ry was again elected as secretary. were never more humiliated in a" i' For Circuit Court Clir!t An interesting and instructive pro- -' shed and anibnshing warfare. EngFRANK BLACK onr life, to think that we are b 'v. , land haa offered: complete dominion, gram was execnteri with dispatch and the age ot SO years and not abU Tor Representative self government, which is broader precisipn. Oceans, so to speak, ot itnswer that particular question "'" IRA JONIS and perhaps is 'form gives more free good things were on the grounds and finally managed to confess our igau For County Jude hemes for the satisfying ance. dom than Kentucky a government in near-b- y bnt told them that we wouM R. R. WEDDING when compared to the nnlon of the of the inner man find ont in a minute, so we wnt ' mm For County Court Clerk States. But as Kentucky Is bonnd4 the door and asked Ranse Mar- - a THANKS FRIENDS E. G. 3ARRASS within the Union, id the British terms who was on hia porch Just across rhj would hold Ireland within the British For County Attonuy- driveway, how moonshine tasted and I am Indeed grateful to my many Union. From our viewpoint, the OTTO C MARTIN Ranse replied "good!" We'll her civilised world can do no more and friends of Ohio County far the two bits we'er not eawght on that For Sheriff 's kindness, service and hoepKallty they wilfdo so less than approve the simple question again, provided its G. A. RALPH showed me during my recent camfinal stand. not axed too quick For Tax Commissioner paign. (Tfce Hartford Republican "hoe" ' , WE ANNOUNCE ipf f, ,m , n-- .ri i J .. an' i v...-.- ..,i fcw 1" ' .,, ri-eivn- d , ' j ' ot j m-i- -1 i raT3 S7JE2fe!?Sg r"ijSFJ Sfe. rm 3ggriggSJS3 trico-tin.Poir- et x, ho-.-- .e -- : Carson fiarilord, (EL Co Kentucky. ' Ettr-pire- i ROT KEOWN For Jailer NATHANIEL . s- British capitalists are interested in HUDSON For Coroner W. A. HIMES -, For County Surveyor C S. MOXLET No, 1 For J. P. O. C, District P. McCOT J. District No. 2 FELIX SHAVER District No. 3 ' , Q. B. BROWN District No. t Ditrict J. R. MURPHY No. fl J. W. GRAY District No. District No. J 6 MACK MARTIN 7 W. TAYLOR - 7: Ohio County stands fifth among the- - counties of the state in the number o horses with a total of 6,132. The average value per head is J03.63. Daviess County stands third with a total of 6,230 horses and an average value of 1102.02. Fayette County heads the list of average values per head with $402. It is unfortunate and regretable that people continue to send us articles for publication without indicating who the author Is. We have one, received for publication this week which is unsigned and as the names dt4he parents of the departed child were omitted, we could not get the article in shape for publication, as people residing out of the immediate neighborhood would have no means ot knowing who It was. We regret lAeae, occurances, but It seems that "d "can't help them. 'CTinj .Illinois Central Railroad Company publishes monthly, the Illinois Central magazine. This ma- Bazine is devoted to the Interests of the employees and to the railroad. Jn publishing this Journal the rail - road b utilizing the broadest and big- 'cesi Jnflaenee that lies within its "power. Such a publication tnds to keep down-labounrest, tends toward 3esn waste, higher efficiency, all of which gives the public better service. Should all carriers adapt a similar policy and allow the i?lc.-free reign in the matter of publication of their artistes we would have less an- fagoalsm between the employee and .the employers, consequently giving ( r an engineering feat that if accomplished will be another of the impossible miracles of modern science. They have asked concessions from th" Canadian government to bultd a ra'liond from Quebec, Canada to St JVnn's Newfoundland, jrhis road 1! constructed will have to cross the strait of Bell Isle by a ten mile dam. This dam would if made of one J. solid stretch of concrete and steel effectively block the Labrador current which flows from the Arctic ocean southward and gives to Canada and the New England states their cold and bleak winters, making farm ing and the pursuit of agriculture impossible. Experts think that with the Labrador current dammed that it would swing back northward and with this pressure released the Gulf Stream, which is responsible for the mild, temperate climate of England and northern France which are, geographically, farther north would swing than Newfoundland, farther to the west and flow Into the St. Lawrence and ameliorate the now cold waters and, give rise to a climate similar to that of England. If such should take place thousands and thousands of square miles of farming land would be laid open to cultivation and the vast stores belonging to mother nature would cause Canada to compete strongly with the United States for leadership of the Western hemisphere. If these British capitalists could be sure that the proposed dam would not divert the Labrador Current out of Its regular course and turn it onto England Instead of the Arctic regions where in all probability it would go, they would within the shortest possible space of time be owners of thouahds of acres of now worthless land am would be pushing this enormous project to hasty completion. -- to the mandate of the people I Nat Hudson was In town a few days their will be done. I hold malice to- ago and rumor haa k that every lawward none, but charity for all. I be- yer In town with probably one or twe lieve in clean politics. Politics Is the exceptions (That's enough to get out To on) were doing their durndest to get science of good government. have good government we must have Nat to commission them to collect good men and women at the head of that premium offered by John Henry it. to the fellow who beat Worth Tiche-nThanking you again for past favors for Jailer. We can't Just exactand hoping far the success of the ly decide whether the excepted law- party In the November election. I yrs failed to approach Nat for proassure you I will be found doing what fessional reasons or whether they I can. knew John Henry as well as the Yours sincerely, writer dos. We give it as our priM. A. EMBRY. vate opinion that Thomas Is as Baizetown, Ky. as the onaotventist fellow imaginable when it comes to pay'ng a Mrs. M. L. McCracken and Infint debt with the kind of he spoke child went to Louisville yesterday to of la his promise. H' could plead spend a few days with Mr. McCrack- Insanity or some other Irrational en, who has a position with the L. & disease and get a verdict at the hands N. R. R. Co, In that City. of an Ohio County male Jury a lot quicker than shorty Porter could poll NOTICE ld jury. bo-- v or j THE UNIVERSAL CAR We can. now make immediate delivery on Ford The first time we have had sufficient Cars to fill our orders since early spring. Cars. "We are glad the Republican has had the frankness to admit that Its party nas, in recent years, been dominated by the bosses." When, how and where did we? And further down the Herald declares that It reaffirms Its former statement, that the same O. O. P. "bosses" are still In the saddle. We again ask, who they are? If the Herald's affirmation of a certain thing, or of many things made it or them true there ould be no roam left for argument. We askfd the Herald for a eomparl-so- n of the Candidates and of the at- tltude of, in Its language, what it 4 Ohio Circuit Court. TAXES NOW DUE R. B. Martin, executor of the estate of W. N. Martin, deceased, PlainTax Bills for 1921 have tiff. been placed in my hands for! vs. Notice of Sale. Exparte. collection You are request--e- d By virtue of a Judgment and orto call and settle so that) der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court I as executor of the estate of W. N. we may both get the matter! Martin, deceased, will offer for sale behind us. Early settlement at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door will save trouble, don't neIn Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, glect this matter. Pay now. September 5th, 1921, (It being the S. A. BRATCHER, first day of the. regular September Sheriff Ohio Co. term of the Ohio County Court) atj about the hour of one o'clock P. M., ) BASEBALL BRrcFS upon a credit of three and six months, are 'due ta play their third game at j that the Informer could no; Just McHenry on Labor day Big doings exactly what Inning it was. tho it or for cash if the purchaser desires, personal The Washington Sluggers came to are going to happen on that date at must be a way up there somewhere, described the following property, viz: Hartford Saturday and vanquished McHenry. Two ball games, lots of probably nineteen or twenty. This Five shares of the capital stock of the Hartford, what? scrubs? by the good eats and we suppose a whole led to more talk and before very long the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, of tune of'll to 8. T'was'nt much of raft of rooters and hungry people the talkers had said that Beaver Dam present. What more could W. Black- had won and that Stevens had pitchBeaver Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky, a ball game. being the same owned by W. N. Mared a three hit, twenty inning game. burn desDre,? . The NoCrsek team laid it on the tin, deceased. Someone said that a Loulsvllla scout Beaver Dam and Island Station had witnessed the game and was go The purchaser will be required to 'Central Orove team. Saturday by large score. We played a a to 3 tie game Saturday at ing to take friend Jake back to Louisexecute bonds immediately after saler J an enormously with good security to be approved by Couldn't get any of the Central Grove Beaver Dam. The game was broken ville with him. Needless to say evme, unless he pays cash. Said bonds, boys to be specific enough to tell us by many showers and the teams play- eryone was sadly disappointed when o'clock be- the actual count was heard Serioused until about if executed, shall be in equal install- just how bad. fore the game was called ly speaking, the Honorable Glendon ments due and payable In three and The Beaver Dam Beavers and the The .rumor became current in Hart- Stevens commonly- - called Jake, we six months, bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from Ameriean Anglo Milling Co., team ford around the supper hour that believe is capable of much, faster date until paid, and to have the force will play their second game of the Beavtr Dam and Island were playing company than he has been playing season at Riverside Park,' at Hart- a twenty inning tie game. Someone with this year. With steady workand effect of a Judgment. telephoned to Beayer Dam to learn outs and constant pracUse be ought Given nnder my hand this the 16th ford Sunday, Angust 21st. of the result ot the game and wbea to develop into a world'beater. day of August, 1921. R B. MARTIN, pie McHenry Majesties lost to being" informed that the teams were The Sunday game beween Island Executor of the estate ot W. N. Mar- Provo Saturday by a, -- very close still playing, inquired what inning it and the Beavers which was to have score. We are unable to obtain the was and was told that the teams had decided the tie game was called off tin, Deaeased. ' correct result. Provo and McHenry been playing since three o'clock but on account of rain. Heavrln & Martin, Attorneys. Take advantage of the remaining motoring months of this season. Beaver Dam Auto Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. er . six-thir- ty Ready to Show You Our advance styles in Ladies' Coats, Coat Suits, Blouses,Skirts,Dresses and Millinery are now on display. "A trifle early," you may say. Not a bit; the early buyer gets the pick. Not so warm through August, is the promise of the weather man. This means that if you buy early that you will get full benefit of your purchase. Our Suits are beauties in style and workmanship, and wonders in price back almost to pre-wvalues. Wonderful array ' of dre'sses in all the lead- iiv VHivXiSt: t il .. n Mtiln rt ft 7ftrlL mtr "" SSCSrt J,,B S1US rt"U AUIlV:a, nl ors, etc. ar Rev T T Frazlcr Is cngiigul In n revival meotlDg at Lewlsport, having gin o Mia4 place Monday to spend ten days or two weeks. After bpendlng several days with friends and ral.illv.s nc.r ftyottsvlllo, Mr, Charlie HewHns returned to his home near towr., Sstunl. y, Mr. nnd Mrs: D. Rockport Fair August 24-25-26-- 27 S. Bennett and llttlo daughter, Hazel, visited Mrs, Bennett's sister, Mrs. Cliloa Wade, at. Harnett's Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dorothy, Rogers returned to In Elkton Sunday, aftor spending tcveral days here with her grandparents, Cnpt. and Mrs. S. K Cox nnd other relatives. Exciting Races and Good Attractions. The lively Fair with beautiful grounds. T. C. BASYE, President C. M. PARTRIDGE, Secretary her homo So many from Hartford nnd vicinity Miss Emilia Pendleton snent Mon attended tho Baptist Association (ft Prentiss, Wednesday and Thursday, day and Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. and Mr. Frost, at wo were unable to get anything ap- uernico Frost, Mogg. proximating a completo list. CROMWELL SCHOOL IS OFF TO GOOD START mi' - Kmk W. Misses Chloa and Providence, wero Elizabeth .Davidson from Thursday to Lola Traylor of guests, of .Miss place, of this Monday. (-- JVJflRVUCTTt New Blouses in Georgette and Crepe de Chine, that formerly sold for $10.00 and $12.50 ; beautiful styles now Mr. William Savage, pastor of the local Christian Church conducted services during a portion of last week at Union Grove, near Taffy, four additions to the church being the $5.95 Advance Fall Millinery, consisting of Etc. We can supply your early wants. see us. Ready-to-Wea- r, Messrs. O. S. Williams., Marshal Barnes and R. C. Hocker wero among those of Beaver Dam, who went to Louisville Monday to witness the Louisville-NeYork and Babe Ruth " B. JJ. game. w Call and Miss Orre,l Fielden of Louisville, who had spent several days in Hartford with friends and relntives' left Wednesday for Owensboro, whore she will remain ten days before returning to Louisville. Mr and Mrs. Hooker Williams, Mrs Sam P Taylor and grandson. J A. Payne of East Hartford, will go to Calhoun today whero they will be tho guests of Mr. A. M. Payne and family until Monday. Hmi&36b. Nbdiqircfflrft..Hi.?2Hi..k.-- i FaMWB-r- ." Republican , Largo Number Out To Witness He- ginning; P. T. A. Oriinl.; Mrs. E. E. Brown of Liverrnore, ar Later In Wot-k- . rived here Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Ellis Foster, and Mr. Tho Consolidated School Building Foster. at Cromwell was sufficiently comDr. and Mrs. Dell Maddox and lit- pleted and equipped to permit the tle son, of Louisville, are In Hartfqrd commencing of school Monday of last this week, guests of Mr. Maddox's week. -- Prof. I. S. Mason Jb principle with Misses Alma Simpson and Lena sister, Mrs. J. C. Hill. ( Adams assisting. The course of stu Dr. J. R. Plrtle, accompanied his dy ombraces everything taught in tho son, Ferdinand to Owensboro Satur- 'common schools to and including the day, where the latter's tonsils were first two years of high school. The. fourth teacher is needed and will likeremoved. They returned Sunday. ly be procured at an early date. Much enthusiasm was manifest upMrs. Jefferson Watterson, of Ashley, 111., accompanied by her niece, on the opening dato of the school, as Miss Dorcas Lyons, arrived in Hart- more than 100 patrons and friends ford, Monday, to visit relatives and wero present. The building is of brick, containfriends. ing four large, well lighted and venMrs. S. T. Hunter, who is danger- tilated rooms, two of which are so arranged that they can bo thrown into ously ill at the homo of her Mrs. Erk Fulkerson and Mr. Ful- - one, thereby making a large and comkerson, ndar Matanzas, was 'no better modious auditorium, to bp used in school entertainments and gatherings. late yesterday. Cloak rooms are arranged in connecMrs. James Lyons and daughter, tion with each room. A splendid Miss Dorcas, who have been visiting basement is also a part of the build- relatives here'and In Illinois during tho past several weeks, will leave next week for Florida. ing, ono largo enough, to accommodate tho heating plant which. wJl bo steam, and for storlni; fuel A trail is being Sunk within the basonvsnt and a good sifpply at water is aaanr-e- d. On Friday followlncha opanniKroC tho school a Parent-TeachAssociation was organized. Fifty-flTmembers wero secured at thts first labeling and many moro will ba added from tlmo to tlmo. Nothing; r.oAd bo done by tho patrons aiut friends ss of tho school to add more; to, ita than will accrue thrtz x KBorf association sitelr :rs UilR organized by tho good peapli eC Cromwell ami vicinity. (Note. Tho original article, by ono present, relative t Oia school etc., was sent in for oho last week, but in our overcronfcul condition we could not uso It. antl in. some unexplainable manner tho manuscript got losl. Henco tho aboT? account docs not do Justice Ca l&s important event and achievement tho Cromwell community. er O jwc-cewell-manag- ed fire-pared t o will o to Mr. Otto C. Martin Loulsvlllo today on business- - Mrs. Martin will accompany, Air. Mafn as far as Leltchfield, where she will fe-- it with relatives a few days. . The Hartford FRIDAY, AUGUST 111 M,rs. Leatha McKlnney, of Jenkins, and threo children, Rayburft, Fay-buand Ujja, who are wards of the Kentucky Masonic Home, Louisville, arrived in Hartford yesterday for a short visit with Mrs. McKinney's sister, Mrs. R. B. Martin and Mr. Martin. Mrs. McKiney and chilMrs. Sallye E. Drako of Owens- dren will also visit her parents, Mr. Ilss A,Ico IIenr- - cit'- - 8i,ent last boro, end Mrs. Mattle Reld of Kronos, and Mrs. B. F. Flener, and other relaweek-en- d with relatives near Taffy. "were guests of their sisters, Mrs. P. tives in the Cromwell country, before B. Taylor and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett retnjning. Messrs. Howard Ellis and Martin and other relatives of Hartford from mm Schapmirc were in Owcnsboro, CAMPING PARTY to Wdnesday. last week-en- d Mr. L. L. Leach, tho junior mem-Jje- r of the firm of Likens & Leach, Iiiih purchased the interest of Mr. M. T. Likens and will conduct the same character of business as heretofore operated at the same point. rn While Our Present Stock Lasts Well Buckets, qt Galvanized Tujbs No. 1 Galvanized Tubs No. 3 . . 5 gal. Never Fail, Oil Cans . ., Brass King Wash Boards j Handled Axes 10 qt. Onyx Water Buckets, enamel 12 qt. Onyx Water'Buckets, enamel 10 qt. Preserving Kettle, '.....' Post Hole Diggers, Kohlers genuine Invin." ! PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS 24-2- 7. i i V turned Monday from Evansvllle, Ind., Ellis' went to Louisville, yesterday, and Owensboro,- - where they had Jlockport Fair, August on eBai business. spent a week with their daughter, n Mrs. Randall Watterson and Mr. Portland Cement at ACTON BROS. and Mr. Charlie Foreman anil Mr. and Mrs Herman Crow of Springfield, O., are visiting relatives, family. T In in tho Taffy country. Miss Bessie Clark was Saturday. Miss Elizabeth Moore, secretary of Mr. L. M. Askins of Narrows, was the local A. M. R. C Chapter, relief Mrs. E. E. Birkhead spent Saturday in town Tuesday and paid this of- department, left Wednesday for Gal-liofice' a visit while here. O., whero she has been tenderIn Owcnsboro. ed a position in red cross work. Miss 7 Rockport Fair, August Tup Moore was undecided as to whether Albert Cox, alias the Hebrew Junk lively Fair wlili beautiful grounds. she would accept the position. Dealer, was In town Monday. The racing Is always good. Mr. T. P. Carson and family who went to County Atorney A. D.Kirk Miss Willya Llndley of Matanzas, have- been residing near Tomnolin, Louisville yesterday, on business. ; is spending the week in Hartford Miss., during the past few years, have returned to Ohio County, and will Make that old house new with lied with friends and relatives. on their farm adjacent to HartSpot Paint. ford. Tho. community will welcome ACTON BROS. Messrs. Herman Barnard, Louisreturn of this good family. ville and Sam Barnard of Earllngton, the days with relaMiss Lourene Collins of Greenville, are spending several Mr. Ernest M. Woodward and famiwith tho tives in Hartford and Kronos. spent the week end hero ly spent Saturday and Sunday in homo folks. parMr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen of th.e town, guests of Mr. Woodward's Washington country, spent last week- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward's two Mr. Wade H. Baize and two sons Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. oldest children remained hero until visited relatives In Baizetown Satur- end with L. Bennett, near town. Wednesday and wero accompanied and Mrs. E. day and Sunday. homo by Mrs. A. K. Anderson and i Miss Mattle Sanderfur left yej,tor- - threo children. Judge W. H. Barnes, accompanied Huntington, W. Va., whore by Mrs. Barnes, went to Madlsonvllle day for Sergt. A. Franklin of St. Louis-ha- s she goes on an extended visit to her Wednesday on. a legal errand. I. Y. and J. T. been In Hartford since Wednesbrothers, Messrs. day,, arranging for the sale of a carSanderfur. Miss Sallye Coleman of Paradise load of horses tomorrow. Sergt. was a guest of Miss Elizabeth DavidMr. and Mrs. James H. Thomas, Franklin sold 4,140 head of mules son from Saturday to Monday. who have: been residing In Akron, and horses for the Government at Ohio, for some time have re'turned to Camp Plko and also conducted the Mr. t,vman G. Barrett and family thoy will make, salo of fiulto a, number a( Camp with Mr, Ba- Beaver Dam, where 'spent the?, week end their futuro home. rrett's mother at( Barrett's Ferry. Mr, G, D. Bean of Ilorso Branch, Dr, and Mrs. B. F, Zimmerman of ,MIsa Bonnie, daughter of Mr. and spent last week Louisville, spent from Saturday to spent Monday und Tuesday with Mrs. Step Sosh, city, Monday in Hartford, gUests of Mrs. friends In and noar Hartford. vMr. ond In Dundee, the guest of Miss Zfm'nferman's mother, Mrs. Bettle Bean will go to Louisville about tho Veneda Barnard. 12th, of next month, to attend tho Taylor and otfier relatives. State- Fair and will go from thorc to of Island, spent wis r.raea Stewart Prof. Wllbiif Kelley, of Fordsvlllo, Indianapolis Ind., where ho will atfrom Thursday of last weok to MonMr. Bradley Instructor in the local business tend the National Encampment of tho day with her brother, school has rented tho dwelling of Mr. G. A. R. Stewart, In Hartford. Wnde II. Halzo, on Frederlea Strjot Mr. and Mrs. Gijmoro Kcown, pf Detroit, and will occupy same whllo hero. Mr. Walter Norrlngton of Lexington, arrived here yesterday to Utca, this State, Mich., formerly of Mrs. Nettle Reld, of Rockport will nmko a short visit with their parents, was the guest of friends lu Hartford return'home today after having spent Mr. and Mrs. S. O. .Keown and Mr. Sunday, from Friday Jo n'week here with Mr. adMrs. R. II. W. A. Clark. On their return they family. Mrs. Glllosple will tako their llttlo daughter, Ituth Hall and daughter,' Gillespie and Mrs. Florence Virginia, who has boen with, .her are 'and' daughter, MissAnnetta, will Miss Opa Ward, of Owonsboro,., company Mrs. Reld homo, returning grandmother, Mrs. S. O. IeoVn, durwith relatives hero spending the week ' ing the- - past, two weeks. Sunday. and In the Nocreek country. j Wat-terbon, 24-2re-ai- de -- jU(ge w. h. Barnes and Mr. anil Mrs. E. P. Foreman Mr. W. E. re- The following persons compose a camping, party near the mouth of Rough River: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Leach and Oscar Bennett, Hartford; Herbert Porter, Beaver Dam; Mr. and .Irs. H. A. Rowan and daughter, Rosamond, of Livermore; Mrs. Homer Mllllgan and three children of Owensboro and Arthur Mllllgan, of k, k. 2 gal. extra heavy Buckets Galvanized Pails, 10 qt 12 quart Pails Buckets, y gal Buckets, 4 quart .. ' -- . '. 15c 20c 50c .25c 30c 30c 65c 80c $L5 75c $1.25 $1.00 $I.2S 85c mm GEN. LEE'S CHAIR LEGACY In accordance with the will of Mrs. B. E. O'Farrell of Washington, D. C, the chair formerly owned by Gen. Robert E. Lee and used by him at the surrender at Appomattox has been bequeathed to the United States for exhibition In the museum of the, .Meal, 10 pounds Meal, 25 pounds '. 5 gal. Oil cible Brooms Outside White Paint, . -. .."'. pergal ; . , $2.40 40 and 50c $1.85 SOc 25c war department. MltS. UARKASS ENTERTAINS Mrs. E. G. Barrass entertained at her home Monday evening In honor of Miss Ruth Riley, of Owensboro. Besides Miss Riley those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk, Mrs. Darrell SuIt lenger, Mrs. E. E. Birkhead, Misses Winnie SIramerman, Margaret and Mary Marks, 'City; Mrs. E. W. Coop er, Nashville, Tenn., and Miss Artie May, of Louisville. v An enjoyable evening was spent by all present. NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho estate of Jerry J, Tllford, deceas ed, will please present same, proper ly vennea, to Airs, jerry J. Tlirord, Admx. at her home at Fordsville. fty.. .within sixty days horeafter. ., This Aug. 12, 1921. 7t3p A .D. KIRK. Atty. mm NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OK SMALLIIOUK AND CEIIALVO VOTING PRECINCTS I, or one of ray deputies will bo at Ceralvo, Monday afternoon and Tuesday, August 22nd and 23rd. and at Kronos, Thursday and Friday, Aug, 2Gth and 26th. for the purpose of as sessing all taxpayers within said pre cincts. Please meet me promptly. Yours respectfully, D. E. WARD, Tax Commtssloi"-- i By h. T. BARNARD, Deputy Tax Commissioner. . 75c This does"iiot mean that the above is a cheaper line of Merchandise than We have been handling. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR The Quality Store. V LOOK i .). i You are on the right r6ad: to get service; BROWN & JARNAGIN'S GARAGE Main Street HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. I FARM DEPARTMENT. TilB AMKRICAN LKOION OF KY. Glasgow, Ky., Tho Barron County nny-on- e Post, No. 28, has served notice on Mnho Knrly Preparation for llio Xoxt "Thero Is no money In this for but tho farmer." , Coin Crop. tho Stato Leglonaircs that that town In Its circular the unlvorslly states' Is after tho Stato Convention for Nothing in the lino of corn eultnre is more Important than the selection that the uso of picric acfil is recom- 1922. An a,ttrnctlvo circular from purposes In tho Post Officers announces tho prox-lnflt- y of seed ocra nml tlio preparation of mended for agricultural next season's crop, lloth this special Instanco only because It of Glasgow to ono of tho Seven Innd for the o ' Wonders of tho World and tho maienai uini of these orera.Ions should havo at- . a It Is not bo wasted. nrrangemcnts which will be made tention In the Into summer and early fall of the previous year, say experts tended that picric acid should convjfoP v,ltor, t0 tho convention to take of the United States Department of pcto with dynamite which, in somo oi In tho Mammoth Cave. Its lower grades, has certain superior Seed can best bo Kentucky hospitality nmplo hous.Agriculture. Meld becauso then it Is features. ing arrangements nnd country hnm from the As tho material Is to bo shipped and fried chicken galoro aro promispossible to obsorvo tlio condition of parent stalks as to vigor and free- only In carload lots, the university ed. 1ho dom from disease. Scad from dis- recommended the pooling of orders In Louisville, Ky. Stato Hcadquar- eased ears may not grow at all or may each county, or whero necessary to produce weak, barren etalks. Farm mnke up a carload, tho pooling of ono terg nnnounce thc completion of ar- ers Bulletin 117C, "Control of tho county's orders with those In a neigh rangements for a great barbecuo at t01's for bicycIes Telephones Hoot, Stalk and Ear Hot Diseases of boring county. The allotments of Lexington September 2nd, following nt."1 very severe onr. conducts J,v rnn.'nflC.mnl,'no I.i Corn," which may be had frco by picric acid for the various States will th parade of Leglonnlres attending ",v- " A total of 130 national banks were Bentatlvcs of tho War Department, of Public tho Third Stato Convention. writing tho Department of Agricu- bo held by tho Bureau The Department of barbecue will be furnished freo by closed during the year, 2S of them Army Remount Service and tho tlOll Material, Electrical Sill)- lture, tells how to detect the diseased Iloads, United States " "' V Agriculture, until May 1, 1922, nt tho Lexington Post nnd will bo fol- being failures nnd tho others cosed ment of AgrV'",' "u ""usury, ucpan-- i P'lGS, bllOG JUlCl UeilCial KC- cars. culture, along with those . by consolidation or liquidation. Of OUr Crr.lt Institutions mnlntnlnfri gamo between Seed ears may bo selected as soon which time any nllottments that have lowed by a base-ba- ll in tho interest of pure bred horses, pair Shop. us they have gotten their growth and not been taken up will be canceled the two best District Tennis In the including the American Remount AsIf it's fixable we fix it. (RRL SLEEPS IN POUT fil'N before tho sap is entirely out of them. and tho most cqultnblo distribution State. The base-ba- ll contest will be sociation. Tlinrnttl-lllirn- ! Hmlllrnnxn Test Club, National Saddlo Horso Both telephones. By picking them at this time, tho possible will bo made of that remain- under tho supervision of tho State .grower avoids danger of sprouting In ing. . Louloo O'Hrlen, a girl CIub Arabian Horso Club of America, Athletic Officer, Georgo Cehschelr, , weather, tho. Held with moist, damplAAtmiAili'n of Louisville and will be for the of Port Townsend,, Wash., ,was . dis- - m"!!"""1 Alc?,cc!!aso '1nd ,1Iunt Ass-- ' MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP . .. . American Hackney Horso .ana also me uancur ui uranm.u.o Many Fiirmors Plan To Sow finer Championship of the State. A Silver -- "- - ouciciy. aifo, us conditions " make tho gun nt Enduranco Test of special Interest to Insects. After they r.ro picked tho loving cup and Individual medals will Inside tho muzzle of a Crops. Beaver Dam, Ky. Fort Worden. Other guns . of thc Kontucklans. oars should have their moisture takWith farmers in 50 counties en- be awarded the winners. (300 miles cross battery had Leen fired lust boforo .Th.e d'stanco en out as quickly as possible. All listed with county farm agents and ..uuxflBcatUEEaa that is necessary If free circulation the extension division of the College Chaplain John L. Weber, of the she was found. She explained she by J of air. This can bo obtained .. nn. cover Chief Paduke Post, No. 31, Paducah, had gono horseback riding nnd when less of wrathrr.' nvnr n wu.o. , i, u . :. of Agriculture in n cooperative r&'jf b n jpk 3 drawing back tho husks, tying tho of the far from homo had dismounted. Her ' scicciea oy tno committee in charge. M campaign, indications are that has accepted the Invitation itZSKJW flop "" ess man. cars together in pairs and hanging ji largo acrtsge of thes"? crops wil". Committee on Arrangements to re-- 1 horso ran away and she took refuge U1K pounds, made un, "'i' m ncrnnllnir fn ihi, in thc gun. over a wire. If ears are hung in too Organ!-rules governing, of the rider's llvo lie planted In Kentucky tMs fall to spond on behalf of tho State weight, plus so much dead weight In large clusters there is danger of mil- nrotect fleMs that woull otherwise zatiou to the nddress of welcome on KIM HEMIC OF "MOTOR FOOT" iiiiuium-indew. Care should also bo taken to ren.ain idle nid unprotected during tho morning of tho first day of the fuccced wten everythinpf i4m falls. First nrlza will h Sfinn Mm rrnni.i avoid freezing, especially before the - according to H. E Stfph-enso- Convention, September 1st. In nervou? r"csutiot nud female D1" Kn'btbo,n, and tho the wlnteThe newest aliment is "motor ?"k cars are thoroughly dry. canesse they ate the supntnf i AraDian Horso crops extension specialist frcm srrnnii Fall plowing is a matter governAtlanta, Ga., Tho Southeastern foot" and It has already claimed prize, $400 and Red third j remedy, as thousands have testified. the college. A number of farmers In many victims. Doctors knew it by prize S300 and Yellow nihlmn- - r.Hh FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ed by local conditions, and the farmState are already using this sys Passenger Association announces that G 1 OPv!ACH TROUBLE ers' judgment will be called Into play. the of farming to good advantage special rates havo been granted to the name of "metarsal displacement " pr.,zc' $200 'an(1 White Ribbon; fifth tem it is the bist mtdifine ever told Jn some localities it is better to plow Leglonaircs and their fa- It is a right foot trouble caused by Kentucky continue It this fall ever a drupgls '3 counter. keeping the foot In the trained posl-- , bon. Prizes will bo awarded on early for tho conservation of mois- and will tho of crop." ar milies attending the Third State ConA limited number nmiM of ture. Plowing under all of the hu available for use in this way. crim- - vention at Lexington September 1st tioif required by tho use of the ncccl-- 1 basis ",0 GOtf for condition or the horso for speed a standard that nn.d mus is advisable wherever it can be to 2nd. Reduced rates will apply erator. This position causes a dis- -' and vetch being the only legumej and of Placmcnt of the metatarsal bones. P,?'" ?ho done, to improve tho physical condi- ton ,rye, strain as the ono wheat and winter oats the rom all points In Kentucky, and from which constantly pressing agalnrt the likely to soil and increase Its fe- Mid produce the winner, tion of tho Wh"ic crimson clover Cincinnati, Ohio and Jellico, Tenn. The War Department Is evincing nerves of that part of tho foot pro- -' rtility and thus produce strong, vigor- succeeds is unsurpassed. Re is it the keenest interest, because the result duces numbness and pain. ous corn. "KM further tho splendid work of Louisville, Ky. Henry J. Stites of perhaps tho most dependable crop tho e Army Remount Association and tho be seeded either early or this city announces call by Gen. RogTO KKSTOUE LEE MASON find Pea Seed By Market-iii- K since It .can Select Bean other patriotic organizations tlmt havo late as the conditions demand. Best er D. Williams of Lexington of a preundertaken the work of breeding Finest Plants. are obtained by sowing it dur- liminary conference on arrangements A movement has been started bv cavaJry horses to nnswer the require- Tho best seed of beans and peas is results of the old First women 7J "l "",KS. by marking a few ing the latter part of August and the for the of the South to restore the "u ... ,' '""l "'" ocmanos ol t,o be obtained iia iini.iTauvc during permit bo In war. plants with a bit of cloth first cf September. This will pasture Kentucky Infantry toof held house of Gen. Robert B. Lee to Its It Is the opinion of experts, based of the finest the American former beauty. An the Stato Convention harvesting its being used for early fall effort will be on actual experience during the World at the beginning of the protection. Where Legion at Lexington, September 1st made to interest the Daughters of season and allowing the crop of these as well as winter the War' nat. thoroughbred blood is - and 2nd. conference Th are grown in thc undertaking. Thc .,!,.( tn riiwn rmnnletelv. say ex- - soy beans and corn off 'rye may to- will be held Inpreliminary August 13, bo this city, old home of the famous Southern gen-- , endurance. Kentucky, perts of the United States Department gether to be hogged Children eded early. In this way a green and the following members of the eral now stands In the center of the a paramount interest, therefore, has ot Agriculture. because tho A Safe Old Fashioned carpet will be furnished upon which organization have been requested to Arlington cemetery, a mere shell of "uniain-nea- a or the purest thorough- In making such selections it is best utvu eirain nows perpetual In tail may feed. If the hogging attnd: Jouett Henry, Hopkinsville, Remedy for Worms its former grandeur. Women who favored land of ours. to choose plants alike in verietal the hogs may be seeded Wm. A. Colston, Washington, D. C, Sevent.fivevertconlin. and earliness. .When rip- - off Is done first rye are leading the movement say they character George T. Smith, Beattyvillo, R. J. uout use ii the belt testiNovember, want to "make of It a shrine on a ened until dry. pull these plants In as late as monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE McBryde, Louisville, Roger W. Jones, parallel early morning, In order to avoid with Mount Vernon." can offer you. the became unbearable that the town Keep bottle lwy on shattering, and hang or spread them Sows Should Gain Weight Before Lexington, Sidney Smith, Louisville, c j council took a hand with the result hand. It will help keep and Ben S. Wlnfree, Hopkinsville. Time of Fjirrowinj;. an airy, dry place until the seed Is In OPERA! E ON ANCIENT TREE 's that tho tablet now reposes In the litde ones healthy o seed, quite hard. Then shell the The ration used by feeders at the and happy. barn. SOcabottltatjtnirdructirt'tor spread out not over two or three college of Agriculture farm in pre- - HOPES TO DRIFT At a cost of about $1000 the fa(rneral aloie; or if your duler OVKR NORTH POLK FIND CAMPHOR SUBSTITUTE grains deep, and when thoroughly paring sows for the fall farrowing can't .upplyyau, tend lu nam a mous sycamore tree on the campus nd 30c 10 (rape and we'll dry store it for the winter in bags of season is composed of 50 pounds of and you a bonis promptly. of West Virginia university has been Is It possible to drift across the operated on to Japan has long held a monopoly fabric hung in a(Corni 50 poiTnds of middlings and 10 coarse LAS. FEET. BiluWt. Mi. restore its health and pounds of tankage and is fed at the north pole by utilizing an uncharter- give it longer life. The tree, which on camphor. New developments In cool, dry place. Pods which for any reason have rate of about one pound a day for ed and powerful current that fows is 16 feet In circumference and 200 the coal tar industry of this country Captain. years "been overlooked when picking beans caCh 100 pounds of llvo weight of the from Greenland to Siberia? old, was rotting away, so the indjeate tho finding of a substitute or peas for the table should be sav- - animals. In addition the sows have Roald Amundsen, discoverer of the dead wood was bored out o a depth for this valuable product. As yet it WILL ed, since they can be shelled for seed, acress to a supply of sudan grass south pole, says so, and next year he of seven feet under the ground, the is, doubful if tho new phosphate subTAKE will attempt to prove it. He is In this tree surgeons working -though inferior to the selected stock pabture. In cases where pasture Is inside of It. stances, as now used i.i the manufac-tui- e of pyroxylin plastics, can replace In saving seed from short the grain allowance should be country awaiting the repair of his Two tons of ashpalt and a ton of described above. all purposes, but the disTcmmant crops ot this kind it is well Increased, according to the rcommen- - schooner, the Maud, for the voyage. crushed st tie were then poured Into camphor-fo- r covery opens a wide field for future to discard all pods containing only datlons made by the college animal During a recent polar exploration trip the cavity. k Treilasnl development work. At any rate, During the last six Amundsen had to temporarily abanone or two seeds, as these may have husbandrymen. American manufacturers are already come from plants with a tendency to weeks before: farrowing the sows don the vessel because of a broken for WEAK STRANGE BEDFEl LOW j should released from the Japanese monopoly produce poorly filled pods. be gaining slowly so as to be propeller. LUNGS or to some extent. Guln camphor now Some very destructive bean dlsea- - jn a good healthy condition about jWhllo on a hunting trip in t, CONSUMPTION. costs 20 times what it used to. are carried in farrowing time which comes from BOY ADMITS WRECKING TRAIN es, Including George Dugan was awakened by tho seed; so if is extremely important the' first to the middle of September, Glen-burJohn Arre, 14 years old, of a movement In the bed he was sleep GOOD REASON. to observe the general rule that no Care should bo taken to see that the A quick ttllet (or (bit tired, tun down feeling, Pa., arrested for causing the ing In, and forgetting he was not seed should be saved from diseased animals are not allowed to gain too courbi, palm in cbett. nlgbt wrati. brmor wreck of an express train near his home asked: "Is that you, Mary?" "I don't see why you call your place ibtfti. weak lunrs or coniumplioo. If It dea plants when saving beans for seed. rapidly and become fat. at ktlp yea it coalt yea aetblaf. home resulting In tho death of two He was answered by a growl and a bungalow," bald Smith to his neighat A few days before farrowing the persons and injuries to 27, admitted striking a match found himself face bor. Lock box oie OHIO MEDICAL CO. Campaign S0vs should be removed from1 the Minnesota Has Picric-Aci- d COLUMBUA O . , ,, that he had placed large nuts and to face with a bobcat that was making "Well, if it Isn't a bungalow, what herd and placed in separate quarters lO 1.1KC up Vuulu- week" in Minnesota In order to permit them bcomlng ac- bolts on the track to flatten them. He itself at home. Dugan jumped one is it?" taid the neighbor. "Tho job A "picric-aci- d anyone would way and the bobcat happily jumped was a bungle, and I still owe for it!" newest application of the inten- quainted with the new surroundings said he did not reallzo Is the be hurt and was "sorry they were the other. The rest of the night DuParsons' Weekly. sive campaign Idea. Tho United and herdsman. The farrowing pens Department of Agriculture has should be cool, clean and free from killed." He was held without ball on gan was awake with a gun on his States A small boy was scrubbing a charge of murder until the affair lap but the visitor did not return. tho allotted 744,000 pounds of this war- - dust. has been carefully Investigated. front porch of his house the other day salvage explosive as the proportionmv ' when a lady called, j LANDS ATOP MONT BLANC g ate share of Minnesota for Soil building problems are receivWEEVIL INCREASES "Is your mother In," she Inquired. purposes to be distributed under ing special attention from Livingston DAMAGK TO COTTON "Do you think I'd be scrubbing tho The round, white summit of Mont 4ho direction of the agricultural en- County farmers who aro , Blanc, the highest mountain in the porch If she wasn't" was the rather gineering and agricultural extension with County Agent L. C. Pace. Frank 4 ourt reply. O. E. R. Bulletin. As a result ot the onslaughts ot the Alps, has been invaded and conquer Mlnne-jiot- a. divisions of the University of Cruce is planning to lime 40 acres was with 120 tons of crushed limestone boll wqcvII, the department of agri- ed by man. A Swiss aviator, M. The week of July 18-2- 3 campaign and sow sweet clover on It In prepara- culture estimates that 230,000 bales Durafour, was the hero ot the ac designated as "picric-aci- d Fceltrfcht all the time Don't lay oft week," during which meetings were tion for alfalfa which ho plans to of cotton were lost during tho month complishment, the first man to reach from work for days by taking caktmet of July. Rainfall aided In tha de- this peak, 16,000 feet above sea level. when pleasant keeps yov held in each county to acquaint farm- sow later. Farmers of the county on your feet, whilo relieving your troujtx from ers, bankers and business men with have had about 900 tons of limestone struction by promoting a growth of Ho made a successful take-o-ff le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't grass and weeds, and experts say tho snowy top after the landing and this opportunity to obtain explosive ground for use this fall. take anything else. You can't afford there is serious danger of continued came down without damage. Last free, except for tho cost of material it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses pyt lojses. The present crop is about 05 year the airman made two attempts af tern and relieves consunation.a A natAt cartrldging and distribution. Washington County club members per cent ot normal and is the lowest ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur the same feat but without success. those meetings wero discussed the who exhibited In the hogs and baby FOR PERSONAL HYr.IFNF. in its effect and certain in result. m ways and means of financing and dis- beef classes at tho county fair won 011 record slnco 1S86. Dissolved In water for douche atop bo loner beforo win pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam"BITTEREST REBEL" YIELDS tributing tho quota in each cqunty In first over adult exhibitors In all rings completely displace calomel in every mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Children can take it freely an) ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED homci tho shortest time and the best way which they entered, according to a reFinkhata Med. Co. year. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarPink Parker of Troy, Ala., a vete-- ; A healing wonder forfor tea catarrh. possible. ., natal port of County, Agent Robert M. anteed. COcand fl in bottles Nor Evansyllle, Ind., Aug. 13. An- ran of tho Confederate army and long ore throat and lore yef Economical. The University ot Minnesota Issued Heath. A total of $300 In cash prizes genuine without the likeness and sigrav) ture of L. K. Gricsby. For nalo by r circulars and posters calling attention was offered for successful junior club nouncement has been made of the known as tho "bitterest rebel ot the to the fact that thore is only a limit- member exhibitors. One boy who marriage in St. Louis of Miss Lula South" because he refused to take I. . ynVUUkUM. Harttw ed amount of the material and only a won $21 in the pig contest has pur- Magdeline Carroll, ot this city, and the oath of allegiance after the Civil limited timo to take up the Stato chased tho foundation animals for Capt. Jamos V. Sproule, of Bowling war, has been forced to yield and to Green, Ky. They will make their remove from his front yard a monup" quota. The farmers were informed a herd ot his own. homo in Evansville. Captain Sproule ment to John Wilkes Booth, tho asparticularly that tho Government was s employed on a steamboat in the Ev sassin of Abraham Lincoln. The giving the material free and that the No. 174 monument bore tho inscription: ansvllle and Green River trade. chargo for cartridglng and distribut"Sacred to the memory of John W. ing 7 cents a pound, and tho freight Booth, who died a hero." It was inONIONS GIVEN AWAY costs approximately 2 cents a pound For Infants and Children tended by Parker to be placed in a For Slo at your Dealer Sparta, Wis., where tho northfrom Mado la flro trmde. In Use Years The rofusal ot consumers to buy public park. Being refused permisASK FOR THE YELLOW PENOL WITH THE RED BAND ern supply Is located nado picric Always For Over bears onions at high prices has resulted in sion bo set It up In his own yard. It tlio EAGLE MIKADO acid available for about one-ha- lt the a stagnation of the onion market in has given the town considerable nojirlco of dynamite. Signature of EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK iaf7ZrCUcX6tl California. The 1920 crop has not toriety which in the last few years One poster reads conspicuously: dls-pesi-war-saivagln-jc- al y been disposed of nnd to got rid of them, growers havo been shipping ENDURANCE TEST the old crop to wholesalers free of FOR SADDLE HORSES charge. Having no demand for them, the wholesalers have in turn unloaded them on tho retailor, who Is To Be Held Under Supervision o of them by handing out ns Government Agencies Five-Da- y many to n customer ns ho can carry Test Over 300-Mil- e away. This Is somewhat different from tho old order when onions sob' Course. there, ns well as in the East, for 10 cents n pound. Array men and others who aro nllvo 4t to the country's acute undcr-supplCIIAKTKU XVAV HANKS of first class cavalry and gcnoral utility horses, as tho shortage of them According to treasury reports, 212 was brought painfully to light during now nntlonal banks wero chartered the recent World War, aro looking for-- 1 during thc yoar ending Juno 30, 1921 Ward to tho Endur.incn Ttat fnr n.iriilln making thc totr.l number of national horses set for next October. Til'GS and accessories, featll-Th- ls banks now In operation S178. The test, designed to promote tho .... i.i. nr. ' authorized capital of all theso banks breeding of more and better work eiweigllt lUOlOl JilKCb, 1UO- - Liberty Bicycles On Sale u t--;i Zoloo7;rSl1 SaB"i!r?rJI?K.?0i.rff! ) ""riJ"i Pnol,n. V," I I -- 14-In- ch ' I i aToVZnolla.'ard! WE .. tj &s -- - "'"' , "" 1 iSl n, fe ers use 1? Son: gg. f$j& IX'J0 $ffit$ sw,ns s. Mothers . ' I"0 rvRIFreyS For the ZS Yermii me Or I : Par-fker- open-mesh- YOU. OUR anjwvr Ml RHLfliFmi V-VER-- GERMINAL REMEDY pod-spo- n, FOR.ONE MONTH USE LI o For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. ax Every Woman Wants' IrV-W-L- . C ASTO R rA 30 J EAGU:TOI0"ijPPenca .t J., the of the 00,000,00(1 NOW NEEDED man. IN .SHIPPING IIOAUI) LEAK Tho finding of potash In this section has brought many strangers to Washington, Aug. 13 DIsclosuro Rev A. II. Stykcs, former paatnr of this little city. Tho strangers all of systomatlc misrepresentation of Presbyterian puss under tho close scrunlty of "Go. Shipping Hoard wasto and extravatin Watklns Park church, Nashville, Ton., says: Get-'EJohnson. gance In the Wilson Administration, ' ftor seeing what Tanlnc has ('holey About Company. necessitating tho appropriation of anIn my wife's cine, I am "Folks that seem undoslrnble," other $300,000,000 to mnko up tho convinced that It In a medicine of says Johnson, "are Invited to 'mosey ' deficit, Is mndo by Chairman Lasker great power and extraordinary merit. We don't let crooks stop in Odessa. of tin now Harding Hoard. I do not think I have ever seen any- We don't want our population to InChairman Lasker of tho board said thing Klvo such prompt results. Mrs. crease by tho coining of crooks by he was prepared to appear beforo HyKts had been In delicate health for vlittio of the discovery of potash in Congressional committees to explain ten months, suffering from stomach Ector County. Tliero's no room hero the condition of tho board's finances trouble and nervous breakdown. for crooks, bootleggers and and ask for a rllef appropriation of I frequently nought medical ert. If Odessa Is going to bo a boom approximately $300,000,000 for tho but Tanlac Is the only thing that town you can bet your last dime It's current fiscal year. In announcing gavp her any rcllof. After taking bo different from the other boom tho now estimate of the deficit incurt ho mcdlclno only u short time, lie towns." red In operation of the government vns able to sit up and help with the Thirty Mexicans were pulled from fleet, Chairman Lasker declared tho household duties. I think it will bo tho "blinds" of a freight train hore books of tho Shipping Hoard woro in only a short time until her health will recently when tho hrakcmnn dlscov-re- d a "deplorablo condition" and that 1)0 fully restored." them. The iirnkoman forced the they "could not have been kept In Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. Mexicans to lino up in front of tho much different shape had they boon U, llean and by nil leading druggists depot Jolinson wasj kept with a view to cheating and everywhere Advertisement. notified. Within three minutes ho deceiving Congress and the country." o was at the station. "I know and want to explain," the llmv ! Vonr ('iinplclm? "Tho Moxles can't fatop here," ho chairman added, "that Admiral Bon-so- n A woman should grow more beau- told the brnkeman. (former chairman of tho board) "Well, they can't ride," replied tho and Auditor Twcedala had ncu tlic tiful as she grows older and sho will' with due regard to baths, diet and man In charge of the train. remotest thing to do with such gross exercise, and by keeping her liver "You brought 'em In," drawled misrepresentations." and bowels In good working order. Johnson, "I guess you'll The accounting systems,, ho said, If you nre haggard nnd yellow, your have to get 'cm out." "were started in the stress of war oyes losing their lustre and whites beThe Mexicans "moseyed." nnd continued in tho stress of incomcoming yellowish, your flesh fhthhy, petency," and tho outside auditors it may be due to Indigestion, or to a Constipation Is the starting point had produced, the figures given out, sluggish liver. Chainborlaln'a Tablets for many serious diseases. To bo "I don't guarantee them even now." m correct these disorders. "When I showed tho President the healthy, keep the bowels active and regular. Horblnc will removo all ac- figures ho was shocked and dismayHAIL CLICKS TAKE cumulations In the bowels and put ed that such a condition could eslst," "The BALLOT ON STIIiKK tho system In prime condition. Price Chairman Lasker continued. $300,000,000 received from opera60 cents. Sold by Ohio County Drug Cincinnati, Aug. 13. Moro than Co, m tions when deducted from tho received by the board from 2JO.tfOO strike ballots have been sent all sources shows net expenditures of out from the International headquar- STILL .MAW WHO ARE ILLITERATE ''iSd.OOO.OOO nltho tho public records ters In Cincinnati of the Ilrothcrhood show $100,000,000 to be all that had' of Hallway Clerks, Freight Handlers, been appropriated by Congress for tho 1G Kentucky Washington, Aug. Express and Station Employes on which the Membership and those un- has reduced Its illiteracy within the year. This is an astounding case of country and affiliated employes who care to do so pnt ten years, but still has '55,011 absolute deception of the will vote- whether they are In favor Inhabitants who aro unable to write of Congress. It will bo a shock to of accepting the wago reduction or- In any language, according to census Congress, as it was to tho President, to hear that tho not expense of tho dered by the Itallroad Labor Hoard figures announced today. 10 ycari ol enterprise paid out of public funds In the total population In a recent decision. if il- lati year was $38,000,000." All ballots arc returnable by Sep- age .nl o'cr tho percentage INCORPORATED Chairman Lasker explained that , 4. which, It Is gratifying tember 30 thrti general chairmen of literacy is represents a reduction sIiKe the extra funds to keep tho establishU not system boards of adjustment. four-pag- e 11)10 from 12.1. Among negroes the ments going wore chained chiefly Accompanying tho ballot Is a of capl- the sale of letter signed by Grand President percentage declined from 27. C to fromassets, ships$200,000,000 and supplies, plus tal In the case of native white K II Fitzgerald, In which he reviews 21.0, and of a balance from funds nil wage proceedings since the pas- of native parentage from ll.7 to "3. $80,000,000 percentage of Illiteracy in L011U-- , left from last year. transpor- The sage of tho Cummlns-Esc- h "Approximately $200,000,000 rep Mile Is only 4 per rent, 8.1 less than tation net resents the absolute loss on opera"When the votes have been tabu- for the state. In tho fleet,' ho continued, "and GOVKKXMKNT SEEKS TO of tho radio operators will be John T. presenting any moro plays until the Of tho total of 155,041 illiterates, tions lated the grand president will advise Robertson, chief electrician, of New unions become more reasonable. STOP of native then thero was $160,000,00 spent on the chief excutlves of the sixteen rail- 110,902 are native whites ship "onstructlon. What these newSmyrna, Fla. road labor organizations howfar this parentage! 1,304 aro of foreign or worth Is highly Lieut. Hoyt, who is 31 years old, Is mixed parentage 2,444 are of foreign ly acquired assets are AVashlng'ton, Aug. 13. Examination brotherhood Is ready to questionable. "Thero must bo no stoppage of birth, and 40.54S aro negroes. customs laws is to ho made by a natlvo of Clearwater, Fla., graduatof the 'The plans for the steamer Ameri There Is more Illiteracy In the Department of Justice, officials ed from the Naval Academy In 1914 work prior to the tabulation and ancan Legion, which starts on its first the and specialized in kite balloon duty nouncement of this vote, or In the ab- Kentucky rural districts than In the said today, In an effort to find means cities, the percentage being 9.8 for trip in a few days, were redrawn of stemming the tide of liquor pour- at sea. Ho won a navy cross during sence of Instructions from tho seven times, and it Is easy to see how the war. officers, of our brother- tho rural population nnd 5.1 for the ing over the Canadian border into A number of other southern-hor- n white population of na-tl- that would run up tho cost. First this country. hood, and tho laws of our organiza- urban. For men will bo aboard. They include parents tho urban percentage of the American Legion was an Army tion must be complied with." Prosecutions of rum runners unIlliteracy is 2.2, while the rural is 8.8 transport, then a Nayy transport, then der the Volstead act, officials declar- Lieut. Commander Valentino N. Bieg, while among tho negroes tho per- a hospital ship, then It was determin- ed, apparently has not been an effec- a native of Alexandria, Va., whose WEST NO PLACE centage is 18.9 in the urban popula- ed to make her a cattle boat, and tual method of keeping out illegal home is at Bryan Mawr, Pa., who is ZR-after spending money on all these liquors and FOR (MTV CKOOK tion as against 23.0 in the rural. other legal weapons are senior engineer officers of the transLieut. Commander Richard E. Byrd, Read how Mrs. Albert Hy counties tho percentage of Il- blue prints, it was decided to sought by the government authorities Gregory, of R. F. D. No. Odessa, Tex., Aug. 13. Out hero literacy ranges from 21.1 In Leslie form her Into a passenger ship and charged with the duty of keeping Jr. (retired), air navigation officer of 1, Bluford, 111., got rid of sho Is a beautiful and fine passenger cnlwlla f a the on tho Pecos Valley range, whoro County to 1.4 in Campbell County. Winchester: I her ills. ''During ii mincoln rr tlin Una 'explain ' Ya" vessel is his native of Washington, ship. But she cost between $6,000,- makIng buckaroos "draw llghtnln' fast," home1n Kenwas awfully weak . . . The reduction of lllltoracy In Some doubt exists ,lt was 000 and $7,000,000 before she sailed My pains were terrific. I D. C. shoot from tho hip and never miss, tucky doubtless is duo to increased ed, as to how far the prohibition laws thought ! would die. The Chicago "second story men" haven't school attendance. Of tho 387,388 her first miles. Her real worth Is repealed sections of the customs laws bearing-dow- n pains were Surgeons agree that In cases of probably half her cost. So you can much of n chance to successfully ply children from 7 to 13 years old, 342,-9- 7 actually so severe I could applicable to Illegal imported liquors Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tho seo tho assets are protty sick assets. not stand the pressure of ,. I or SS.5 por cent, were reported their trnde. and a study of the statutos is to ro my hands on the lower Four Chicago youths, awaiting trial attending school. Ton years ago tho Hut that our task Is to make what piade to ascertain the exact situation. first treatment Is most Important. of my stomach . . . When an efficient antiseptic is appliwas a liability Into an asset." Fart under Indictments charging them percentage was only 81.3. felt as if life was Dutiable liquor brought in from ed promptly there is no danger r of with burglnry, have- learned this. for but a short time. My Figures announced for eight KenCanada without payment of the prop- infection and the wound begins to husband was worried . . . They bucked up against tucky cities show that seven here re- RAPID EATING IS One evening, while readFATAL TO TEETH er fees Is regarded by some officials heal at once. For use on man or Johnson, lanky Western sheriff duced their Illiteracy, and tho clgnth, ing the Birthday Almaas a clear violation of tho customs beast, Borozono is tho Ideal antisepCounty, known far and wldo Newport, remains stationary as com-paof Kctor nac, he 'came across a any breach According to Dr. Wallace Seccomb regulations Irrespective of tic and healing agents. Buy it, now case similar to mine, and as "tho fastest draw In tho West." to 1910. Newport, however of tho prohibiten laws. If the au nnd hfl renrtv fnr nn flmowAnpv. went straight for some Iturglars who robbed tho Odesso has very llttlo Illiteracy. The per- of Toronto, tho habit' of rapid' eating thority Is found tc exist, theso cffl- Cardul for me to try. pr,eo 6Q(, and Mercantile Company and burglar- centage of lllltoracy In Louisville has to Which nnny Amorlcans aro addict- clals declared it would be imposs. ilo .. ... jJ, iu ies aro few and far between out hero been decreased In ten ynrs from 5,3 ed is responsible for the decay and for the government to put a sharper UU1U VUUIli; UiU HTTB TAKE got n four-hostart on Johnson. to 4 por cent. Among oulsvlllo In- loss of teeth from which thousands check upon spirits shipped in from Nature, he says, intended persons 10 years suffer. "With characteristic determination, habitants aro 7.94C Canada and help relieve what wal STEEL PRODUCED buckl- of ago and over unnblo to write. Of that the teeth should be used and the picturesque WITHOUT FURNACE be a bad situation developing used vigorously; every morsel of said to guns" and started this number 5,345 aro negroes, ed on his "six nlong the northern border. once down tho road toward Bnrstow. natlvo whites nnd 869 foreign-bor- food should be chewed at least Stoil Is said to nave been pvoduc-- ! Application of similar authority to Twenty miles out on tho lonely road natlvo white for each tooth In the mouth. Thor- the Moxlcan border, it was contended, ed by a French Inventor from crude whites. For the not only ha mot tho four Chicago youths. the percentage Is 1.2 for tho foreign- - ough, vigorous mastication also would cut down shipments of In Iron ore without the use of a blast "Going far. boys?" ha drawled, born white 7.5 and for the negro 14.9. helps to keep the teeth clean but the toxicating beverages Into tho country furnace. Tho experiment has been In working of tho muscles of tho Jaw stopping his cnr. That the younger generation limited to laboratory tests but some from the South. Tonic suspicion In thoir minds Louisvlllo Is much less illiterate than stimulates the flow of blood to the VIth no interested investors are undertaking , nnd huvlng odds of four to ono, the tho older Is Indicated by tho fact that teeth so that they are kept In repair AX EXTRAORDINARY RAINFALL development work on a larger scale. voulha eagerly scrambled aboard whllo 4.8 per cent of tho m'ales and and health. M.. Basset, a chemical, engineer in "I took it faithfully and Shoiiff Johnson'.: car.. Tho' had G.2 por cent of tho females 21 years the results wcrs ImmedIn a period of 13 months tho rain- Paris, Is credited with tho discovery SUCCEEDS IX GRAFTING EYES Kono qulto a dlstaiKO beforo they dis- of ago and over aer Illiterates, the iate," adds Airs. Gregory. Mt. Walalealo, which, If feasible, tfouUl revolutionWord comes from Vienna that Dr. fall at tho summit of covered they woro again ncaring percentage of Illiteracy In the popula"I continued to get betHawaiian islands, totaled R90 Inches. ize the steel Industry. The Inventor Odessa. They protested they woro tion 16 to 20 years of ago Is but stx- - Koppanyi, famous surgeon, has suc- The mountain which is nearly a mile Is confident that ho can produce tho ter, all my ills left me, cessfully grafted eyes on fishes and golng.ln tho wrong direction and I went through . . . tenths of 1 per cent. high is exposed to the prevailing finest htee.1 at a third tho cost of the rats. It is hoped by this method to Lexington Illiteracy has ben Johnson, "You'ro go"Nopo," said I with no further trouble. In ex Bessemer process. are Tho restoro partial sight to blinded sol- trade winds and conditions My baby was fat and ing right. I'm tho sheriff and wantfrom 12.5 to 9 per cent. ceptionally favorable to heavy precipstrong, and myself thank ACTORS' UNION RULES STAGE. ed to have a little tall? with you." reduction at Henderson. Is from 10.2 diers and other persons If candidates itation. God am once more hale At the examining trial next day, to 7.4 per cent. At Owensboro there can be 'found who aro willing to each and hearty, can walk Leading actors in Germany are recovery of most of tho is a decroaBo from 6,4 to G.7 per cent. sacrifice ono eye for the purpose. By following eyes SOUTHERN MEN WILL pleaded Ashland boasts of a reduction from Dr. Koppanyi's method, now miles, do my work, Stolon" articles, the youths complaining bitterly of the strangle.FLY NAVY DIRIGIBLE hold the union has on the stage. One though 44 years old, feel and', woro bound over to tho 5.2 to 3.2 which Is better than Louis- were transplanted to rats and the Builty optic nerves joined so that the anilike a new person. .All I star. Paul Wegener .tried to fleht vlllo. Krand jury, being lator Indicted. Washington, Aug. 13. Southern tho union but found himself unablo ; owe to Cardul." For mals regained sight. thore la a neighIn tho "old Wost" states will bo well represented among to produce any play because stage many years Cardui has borly requisition regarding homo-stead- s. LOUISIANA TWINS WEIGH tho men on the navy's dirigible ZR-- 2 hands, electricians and even pther been found helpful in I law that It Is tho unwritten FOR FLETCHER'S ONLY" 11 AND 17 OUNCES whon it sails from Howdon, England, actors refused to work with him. He building up the system officials must "go and got 'om." Tho probably Aug. 25 on Its I when run down by diswas obliged to Join the union but at Is a sllont Invitation to "bo leaving Gogalusla, La., Aug. 12 Hullo and voyage for Lakehurst, N. J, orders peculiar to women. One of once began organizing a rival organihoah" In tho event of failure. Jack Adams, twins of Mr. and Mis. tho watch officers Is Lieut. Henry W. zation of stars. Since the union dues OPTIMIST COMMITS SUICIDE Mexlw. "MosojIiik" The Dr. W. E. Armstrong of Kokomo, William Adams, are believed by lo- Hoyt of Clearwater, Fla. and tho as- aro in proportion to tho earnings HlBtory shows that of. Ind., prominent In the Wost as lec- cal doctors to bo tho smallest folk sistant engineer will be Chief Ma- iiiu iMuuiuuiB niu iur uuvo io jiiiy wrm .Johnson has never failed to get his chinist Shine S. Hallburton of Ma- far more than the others. Producers and orator and who attained extant. man. Seldom has he had to "make a turer Blllio weighed eleven ouncM at con, Ga. Among the riggers will be llko Max Heinhardt complain few times his great popularity with his address that draw," but in thoso Mrs. Maurice Lay of Greensboro, N. C. and tho union "Why Worry," was unable to applj birth and Jack seventeen, stifles art by its continual marksmanship has been unfailing. J.82 his own optimism to himself when Adams' six other children ar of dmong the mechanics will be Charles demands. The situation Is similar Thero is something openly mag financial troubles overlook W. Cass of Jacksonville, Fla., Lloyd to He normal size sheriff , that in the United States, whero d nolle about this , Tho midguts appear to be in pec E. Crowl of South Carolina and Llew Qeorgo Cohan, the great producer, an nui.mu of the West. Most of all there is his , son. ellyn T. Stevens of Atlanta, 3a. One has announced feet health. that ho will give up Impelling honesty of purpose In fa-e MINISTER DISCUSSES HIS WIFE'S TROUBLES 44M4 GALLON US are prepared t.o nd-vl- ee For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other. Cards. In fact, we "Uo-uot-K- furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fcc., IN STOCK. If You have something to SE,LL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ?G80,-000,0- Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i G "&! duly-accredit- ed 2. Pains ' Were Terrific ... rd ur I . "Go-Get-'E- n, CARDUI The Woman's J 5 X ed !" Children Cry CASTOR A trans-Atlant- ic "Go-Get-'E- Take Cardui gr.m-vlsago- ..... "JME SALT RIVER TRIP INTERESTING (OrMlHtietifrom Last VcoJ) By Flnk'c McFluko. Just Rhont Hie tlino a majority of rarajwrn hail overcome their loads linttnr. erf Wurts cotTeo and had worlM' them- , O.L. Kois has sold his property on thin layer of traw strpii tltni the I UMHI1 S fW UmjM Malfi Street to J. K. Grant, considand made through contact with tho eration, $1900. Mr, lloss will erect jmrrjieons used as n substitute for a rosldenco soon, on South Hrondway i XtwJhrr and springs, ready lor Bleep, i)UM)i:i: Sovoral from this place are attend3laHn Heflln took It upon himself to ing the Baptist Association nt Slaty Itn had ct,P, or rather down (aj Will Cole was In Heaver Dim Creek, this week. taJifi Jin .uiiper he said because It Miss Ona Lee Brown Is visiting her w iHwer, that is, It had always boon Wednesday on buslnoss. Willie Russell nnd Jesse Cook brothers In Detroit, Michigan. riporlonf e in traveling, that lowhis Mrs. Earl Tlchenor, who has beon since the arrival of er Jiprths wore higher than tho r) aro all smiles In at the bedside of her mother, M-- s. their homes. , nnd .vank Czar Chumlcy off of now' baby boys Mr. and Mrs. Mark Renfrow left Dr. Balrd, who Is very sick at her' his 'lab mill jttndo hint go with him o the wire which was being used last Friday for an extended visit to home In Hartford, returned home tDTan Monday. as t irot line. They got lost In the Colorado. Kugeno Igleheart, of Bowling far, lut finally returned, to the ills- -' Hoy St. Clair Is building a hand-8om- o Green, Is visiting his brother, L. W. new reslttenco on hta farm near left behind. npjmlnlmciit of those Igleheart nt this place. Thi - arrival nt camp was signified town. Win. Schneider Is very alck at his and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morgtn beating the hsr Urinu a shotgun nnd bunking quar family motored to Owensboro, spend home nenr town. sjii s of thB boxed-n- p ing Wednesday and Thursday with tern with a 2x4. "WINK" KIM.S KOim QJri then prevailed for a few friends. Kav. Gillette has returned from mji Mrs, when Hansc Martin, who nothing to Cal Kcowti or Kronos where Jie has been conductcw-- ' SK workmen nt the Illinois Central - n.1 oher man when It comes to ing a ton days revival for Kev. San- frelghthouse nt Chicago, discovered box labeled "wine, 34 per cent" and jn :ns off to sloop quick and snoring ders. Mr. and Mrs. Arvln Igleheart left prepared for a regular sproe.Tho botd .:mJ long, BMililoiily stopped and Tuylor, Claude Dlankeushl:t, Saturday to visit relatives at Clover-por- t. tles, however, contained wine of Ooorgo Jones and Yor:ii seed, n powerful drug, of Miss Bessie Finn has returned front which a third of a teaspoonful Is an the. writer all bounced tip or down and I will sell'at public auction, Saturday, Aug. 20, at Hartford, Ky.,.24 head to relatives at adult dose. The men drank three .tt Martin's bunksldo In a jiff, an cxtonded visit of the best broke farm, driving and riding horses, from 3 to 6 years old, weight thtrkmj: tnajbe Banse had finally Fordsvlllc. bottles with the result that four of Dundee Is picking cl. 5'"J to death, but alas! he was have two garages, one up since we thorn died In agony nnd the leniaining from 800 to 1150 pounds, that has ever been sold in this town. They are not new black two are lighting for their lives. and xfr vaiheriug, fresh strenglli - tor another which smith shop and a corn mill In our vild horses but are all well broke to work, and must be as represented on day outburst n)ji- h- a Judge Cook who was sleeping berg. or sale, you can use a horse or mare you can't afford to miss this sale as VOIDS sr.MlAY M.VK The night was m jfl feet dlstunt. they must all be sold for cash on this day to the highest bidder. bai:m:tts ci:i:i:k t : l midst those pleasant occur-T- .i An ordinance of the city of Pomoi llanse's tinlinilted use of his D. S. Bennett and lit na, Calif., pioltiblting Sunday amusements Mr. and Mrs. srU-.artwith the accelerator for which an amilsslon fee wns of Hartford, visX.n.v.M to tho limit and his exhaust tle daughter Hazel charged, was declared iiuconstlttitiou-t- l open, stopping now and then ited Mrs. Beniutt's sister, Mrs. Cloah Mi by the California supreme court momeutuin, so it seomed Wado Satin day aid Sunday. fo? 'r-s! It was held that tho ordinance was Webb, of Mr. and Mrs. Claude n had Jtept at it all the time it class legislation because wlvile theathe Hartford, visited Mr. and Mrs. heo-onvroiI. hat been alright, but ters and similar places wire prohibitSmith. Sunday. sir., - ana starts, the changes from Mrs. Bell Brooks is visiting her ed front operating on Sunday, It al'visy-versOVI. r "that tijh law and to take up a collec- tho other way round") were as brother, Mr. Kills Bartlett and family lowed churches lue-tion, uhich in the opinion of the gui: perhaps better, "than Gabrlol's near Adahurg, this week. spent court was "virtually an admission L. Brooks Mr. he" ) dispel niorpheus and make Mondayand Mrs. E. Mr. Clifton Hoov- fee. night with lie? her arms absolutely useless o-Daylight finally er and family. f no account. Mr. and Mrs. Onl.s Wade and chilA Sabbath day's Journey for sont nnd everybody but that Cen- teruiwDFT, Heflln, soomed to be glad, dren, of Concord, visited Mr. Wade'h is tiont the beginning to the end of as t he end of that day another ' mother ftont ThiiiMlay until Monday. the Sunday newspaper. o--p O-come and maybe better ' iUKfc: CI.KA Kl'.V. . Inri would be achieved In courting GERMANY USES GUILLOTINE Please tell your friends, neighbors and everybody. fir- r A fine rain fell hero Sunday and you will remember we F .ffec'lightliread, chicken and crops aro beginning to look more Murderer of Yank Soldier Will Die ha. Under Knife as Result of Court gx -- Jul for breakfast we had gravy promising. Mrs. t Sentence. Charlie Iiaxlny, of "Mr. and fcai- 'ightbread and coffee. Servvisited relatives In tho Bar-neting ihfi coffee last, as Chumley declart Court Clerk's office Berlin. A grim reminder of the roitivs it. it. CUTS KATKS lrtl Ohio Countv Court Clrrf nt. Creek neighborhood Saturday ed, j" vhc more fashionable of the two fact thii the guillotine Ix tlll In GerSubject, however, to a mort- 2nd tract: Beginning at a stake In ticc night and Sunday. irwtiifle nnit urnetlnos. but Worth many for the Infliction of the death ' The Detroit, Toldo and Ironton K. a large drain, comer to Snyder, run- - Bago"ln favor of Krank I.andrum for Tfrhrnor said ho never heardof such j Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb of near penalty niTiir.N lu the sentencing of R ownd by Hnry Ford, has redttc- - ning Southeast 2(5 poles;. lno 8U, of $175 00 with 6 course Intor- 10 eat and refused to touch his j Hartford, visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonis Knglebert Miinns for the murder of ii od Its rates 20 per cent. Much In- - i thence easterly course 27 poles to a e!,t tlioreon from ICth day of Kebru- he wan allowed to take a Smith Saturday night and Sunday. IMwnrd Goldini:. an American soldier. plnjr xrxil ary 191.1, until paid. Said ntortgago Mrs. Tom Mttrry visited her par- - Manns killed the American to rob him terest is attached to tho reduction be-- J beech in n small drain in Snyder's gnp nt rolfee with each mouthful of wns sentenced to death by the cause only recently Ford established , line; thence with the meanders of said ls ot record in Mortgago Hook 10, Mrs. hacri and' gravy. After smoking, cuts, Mr. anil days James crowe, oi und l86 OI'lo County Court Clork's a minimum wage of $G a day on the branch 2G poles to the motii of a I)aK German court. last week. recounting the harrowing Heflln. a few Kx'ectttlons, once curried out In the road and abolished all traffic on Sun- - ' smaller drain; thence up said drain office. xjTij-nccof the night before, m,ost f The, Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. market pluce before the populace, are a north east course fG poles to two ' day except trains carrying milk. Which said property has been Ievl- rmin.i nnnvnninnt inirs nil Herbert Sowers was burled at the now attended by the prosecuting atsmall cnerry trees, standing in said ed upon as tho property of J. T. Park, which thoy fought mos- - Clear Run Cemetery on the 9th of torney, the judge before whom the slslw ispon drain; thenco easterly course 12 poles 'subject to said respective mortgages, SIIHltlFK'S SAI.K. qujtnjps nnd for sleep, but we got this month. eao has been tried, sometimes the to a stone; thence a northern courso and ordored sold by said vendl 2 boat and started angling for! 'Rev. Wm. Savage, of Beaver Dam, Jury nnd those Invited by the Judge. into a 's polos to a stono; thence an east- - ponas. Hy virtue of execution No. 1 1HC. Said sale will be made on a Is" appointed by the a three days' meeting at Unio.n The executioner SL'TKethinK for dinner other than to mo, which issued from the erly course 17 poles to a small ash on credit of six months, bonds with e At the he and paid ci3 afj Kreasy gravy. We made tho Grove Church last week. new mem-dn- rr state He wears for each bonddeep cut directed office of the Ohio Circuit bank of a small drain; thence a proved security required bearing olT. red Clerk's n'gown of In- - close of the meeting four misiiJw? of allowing George Jones . ' course 14 poles to a largo terest at tho rato of G The prisoner Is Court, in favor of John Godsey vs. baptiz-- a and N per annum SE to take him in the boat and bers were received, who were J. T. 1'ark et al. In the sunt of ono drain to a stone; thenco down said from day of sale until paid and hav- the following day at Comb's Ford. gowned In black. a r,i.U did not catch a fish or d Women convicted of murder nlo hundred (100) dollars with G indraln In a western fourse 98 Ing tho force and effoct of a salo en. j?. a bite, altho we fished faithful on Rough River. are put to death by the nv. A young terest from the :Jrd day of June 1015 poles to tho beginning, containing 211 bond. ly until we worn certain that the boys woman recently wns guillotined for Witness my hand this tho 17th until paid and cost aniountirg to acres and being the same land con- at I'm- - buck had gotten more chick- Sl'KS FOR WOL'.NDKD MODRSTV the murder of u female ciiiiip.iiiloii. $2G.GG and the cost of, this sale and i veyed to the defendant J. T. Park by day of August 1921. ' t en, sravy and coffee ready for dinby virtuo of vendl exponas No. 1151, J. It. I.. Mason and wife, S. J. Mason, S. A. BHATCHKIt, Because a perfume manufacturing ner Issued thereon from tho same offico by deed dated 22 day of April 1901 company published her picture In w Sheriff Ohio County. was getting ready to $24,000 Radium Needles and recorded in deed book 24 pago Jno. B. Wilson, Attorney. on tho 17th day of August 1021. 8t3 p. in., but it was newspaper advertibcmont without her about lirt'al Found in 2 Day Search mo to sell tho hereinafter d - j consent und displayed her In "meager arrrw ired that a way had bfoii scribed property, 1 or ono of my Russian by which tish could bo coa)uine," Mile. Luborfska'. radium Two riilliidelphla. deputies will on Monday, the 5th day , ballet dancer, has entered suit for cjhj;: or procured and were needle valued nt of September, 1921 between tho hour beautifully, on tho $100,000. damages. The Illustration tin jilans found today In ruhliNh tit the 1 o'clock P. M. nnd 4 o'clock P. M. ' shows her with .a rose In one hand plan as 'twere. Carl Tay-lt- ir '. Medlc.il ArN building here. They of tho Court House door In Hartford i at A It nearly made a Democrat and a box of tho defendant's talcum bad been mlliig slncu WednesOhio County, Ky.. expose for sale, to day, when they were Inadvertor . 'in us he looked upon tho pro- powder In the other, whllo a wavy tho highest blddor, the following deently swept from n table lu nn r (,n us a suit of Import duty length of light blue cloth blows I" lix scribed property ox so much therqut operating room. The olllco tor jtiHt the "right direction to allow the v.iift' figured a bit better than 15 ' Joined the building' porters lu as may be necssary to make plain ctii- - per lb. for the fish in tho raw advertisement to pass the ceitbor 't search of the base-nipnn Tiff's debt Interest and cost and the iijilrossed state. One of tlto Nu-- ( before they were found. cost of this sale, two tracts of land In ItKIHTK CANDY J'RU'ES tiV) . joad been present tit least twice I s The needles sue Ohio County, Ky.r on tho waters ot --2. iwtitls v. were served and having of an Inch long nnd one sixCaney Creek nnd described as foloutcry As a result tho general C..-red that tho crowd was throat- teenth of an inch In diiimeter. t the high prices of candy, ice agr-Ir.-. lows: cowl with lightbroailitis, kindly, They. posM,J, n slender npeiture First tract on tho wnters of Caney nt one end Into which the fi.0pd tho lioys a goncroiiB load of crjain etc., onr Now York chain Crook and beginning at a nitilborry company (haa cut Jta prlcos element is poured. to oat with the big flsh'dy store N. K. corner to' .Mrs. Mooio's land In In notifying tho Nation-V- t ttifTiitT, after which overbody votod ,50 percent. Davenelte-Suites- , J. S. Park line; thon with J. S. Park's trti u huge success, from stand- - ' " ConUctluneis ussociation of tho GO V.. 97 polos to stone, J. S. lino S. ax least, bundled their thing tlon. officials of tho company said it Told Children to "Play Fire." with said Ouiabii, Neb, Sister Mury Vincent Young's cornor; thenco and bit tho trail for hofue, but not was time something was dofte. "Ve ir wns atnteil that some of them huvo boon making not 100 por cent de I'niil of ih'e Sai'ied Henrt Junior Young's line S. :!( W, 150 poles to a Viani pollilllt. of stono on tho sldo of n brunch; thence Mi.i make tho trip aguln. four year but .'100 per cent for a long tlmo and Mhool eliminated the Hid other day down said brunch as it monndors b E'i. r if they fulled they would if this is kipt up there will bo a pan tit panic at tho school when hc proposed Ihnt I lie pupIlH when reduced to u straight line N ic." t ti. unother In their Blond. "play lire," und then inni'shiilled them-Int- 75 W. 95 polos to u stone In Branch; M ! have tneil to hold to the strict Tipy miirehed out ii lire drill. thonce with said branch N. 33 W. 10 1IKI.I) l'l WITH OW'X CVS . l lY In roconntliiK the main events without disorder, to lenrn' that-t- he polos to a stone, cornor Mrs Mooro, ( h6 dklt water expedition, but If (iiillitlng nctiiiilly wns on lire. A ws ii.ve Tailed It's simply a leversnl boy .student told her he thenco with said Moore's lino N. 33 One of the most iinlqua hold-up- s. nielled smoke nnd her propo'til to E. 110 poles ton stone; thenco with k.i nifjory. ait no one was permlttcul on record occurred lu Washington U. 0te, la faut each was whon a man enterod the firoarms "play lire," followed. Tho building another of the Mooro linos N. 17 E. IS poles to tho boglnnlngcuntiilnlng rJi"nimhly neerchod for pencil and store of II. W. Hendrlck and aftor was not badly iltimugeil. 99 4 ucro and bolng the same land uyjr tend tin peuellb found were asking to bo shown u revolver, Coal Will Last 6,000 Years. conveyed to dofondant J. T, Park by ciMi'iKottd to the oampflro. quested soino cartridges nnd loaded Worry oxer doed dated the'im to capacity. Thon threaton-nij- ; Washington. supplies may tho put Duilloy II. Park by and recorded25th of coal bo In 3VIJVN TIMHAh RIGHTS UIMIKI.D any outcry was mado off for 0,000 years, according to day of Aug. 1891 to shoot. If 'he helped hlnibelf to the money In the George II. dishing, tiiaiiiigliig direc- deed book 12 page 15S, subject, how-evto a mortgage for $710.00 mado in i mlt brought by tho Unltdt.Hh MKUtor am, ,mckod mU tor, American Wholesale Coal associaMltl J. T. Park to the Citizens' Mkiis ju liohnlf of two Ind1niwwhoithe alrtet mllk,nB a , gotaway, tion. rlitiiiiwl property In tho Sonaca ro- m "We lime four trillion tons of coal Bank of Hartford, Ky., on tho 26th HARTFORD, KY. Cannlhullstlc boutles nro bujngs under our soil," Curbing declared lu duy of Dec. 1916, nnd transferred by survation lutt to thorn by will of'an-- ; oihr"JniIian Ijtit which had boen dt Importod from Japan to destroy nu address. "Unit of this will supply said Citizens' Bank to J. P. Park, g KiilPd ly tlio Indian court accqrdlngj i. ituln beetles of the this country and support our export June 2G, 191G, and recorded In Morttrude for ut least 3,000 years." gage Book 10, pago 29, Ohio Couti- Indian law, Judge Iluzul idecldod" Kubtcrn statoa. ia tlt i Indians. It was pointed out that fodornl courtn lmvo no Jurisdiction to Interfere in trl-- L The 1ml matters of thoio tmlltUM. tho "Poopid of tli Long House" as the tribe of1 tho Ironjiols confederacy name theraMlVM are regarded a a separate natton from tho United States In so far as their rights under the treatlen signed hy Washington and other founders of tho republic nra concerned In favor of tlio TKNTKItTOWN. nnd little Mrs. George Urunton of Memphis. Tenn., visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Spurgeon Park, here. , the first of the weok. Mrs. Hoy Bradflhnw, who has been dangerously 111 Is thought to be some daughter Big Auction Sale 24 HEAD I up-Xrr- Farm, Driving, Saddle Horses vand Mares Saturday, Aug. 20 1:30 P. M. RAIN OR SHINE. Hartford, Ky. 1 C-i- r' tt' Tli-hono- vn - it . er h t" is latar day? August 20? 1:30 O?0lO0l3L 2?. 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