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The Hartford republican: August 26, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921082601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 26, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The ha Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV FIGHT FOR OPEN ARMS PARLEY LOST In an d Republican Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per YeW NUMBER 9 PANAMA ACCEPTS DEMANDS OF l). HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, effort to foil tho funmakers. Hut they were not to bo denied, the newly-wed- s wcro located and tho charlvarylng dono over again. Mr. Ellin whs escorted to town whero he f rnntn.l thn rrowil and under naln of being conducted to tho rlvor, mounted a box and delivered a speech, after which tho crowd dispersed and tho young man was permitted to rejoin his bride. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921. Homo Project 6 Months. TIIIRD'YEAU Soils. " Agricultural Chemistry. FOURTH YEAR Farm Engineering. Farm Management. Farm Accounting. Rural Economics. Home project (6 months). TEACHERS' SALARY SCHEDULE FOR OHIO COUNTY, YEAR 21-2- 2 S. T"c salary schedule of Ohio County Teachers for the school year 1921 22 9s. adopted and approved by the State Hoard of Education, recently came Force Will Not Be Used To to our hands and hercbelow we rcproduco the document In part and the sche Lodge Wins, Harrison Withdule In full: Bar Costa Rica draws Motion For PubAccording to tho teachers Salary Law of 1920, tho minimum of rural In Coto. lic Sessions teachers (In this schedule the total of Items la plus 2a plus 3a plus 4a plus m dollars per month, except In coun- ATTE.MI'TEiy DARING 4e) uui3t not bo less than sovcnty-flv- e t ties whero tho state per capita funds supplemented by tho proceeds of a .HOLD-UFAILURE Til 13 NOCHEEK REVIVAL Panama, Aug. 23. Tho Panaman. M. K. CHURCH county school levy for salaries alone of at least 25 cents to the hundred Washington, Aug. 23 A belief on dollars is Insufficient to carry tuch a shcdule Into effect. In such counties A party composed of a number of government has notified the tbnt the part of the Administration In Washington Wesley' ,,le smry HChedule may provide a lower minimum, or the board may In- - Hartford's younger set went on a that this Government should not Insist on Tho Reuval in oetlne at hay rldo Wednesday night, taking Panama will not resist by forco tho dtonrmaniont con- Chapel on the Nocrcek charge was a cri'use uiu i ait! i mei'i una minimum. open wttloniTat tho The minimum salary ought to be paid to the teacher having the min with them a lot of good things to caftI,cmands ot tho United .States that ference become manifest today both success In many ways, altho there I Better preparation must mean a better .salary, and a wtille out. About one dozen of Costa Rica be permitted to occupy high Admin- was no additions to tho church and imum qualification. In Congress and nmunK salary must mean better preparation. The Superintendent should of town, a bit older, who were tho disputed Coto territory. Presiistration officials. of faith. We bettor nnlv four nrofesslons keep an arcurato record of each teacher In his county and this record should left out of the party conceived the dent Porras, of Panama, mado thia In the Senate tho question furnish- - tnlst e communlly a,,rjt i,ns ,ccn form tho basis of tho salary paid. Equal service should receive equal sal-- , Idea of ambushing the Riders, cap- statement to tho Associated Presa tooil the tliemu tor a coionui uenaiu. ,.,,, maternny ,etter, ary regardless of whore the service Is rendered. Neither tho size of turing and making way with tho cats. day. during which Senator uonry uauoi one hundred There was almost The same would not havo heen tbo-cas-o Dare-devil- s Harry May acd Walter leader, who dollnrs ($100) and near 70 chickens tho school nor the rank of the school should determine the salary. Where Lodge, tho Republican high scool work Is dono In normal school, credit will be given for either Wedding, hotter knownas D vll Dick in connection with a demand or as a delegate to the contributed has been solected to tho two Evangelists, ' and Wild Illll of Nevada, were select- ultimatum ,from Costa Rica alcne, conference, led a fight against Senate Hov. W. F. Gregory and George Mar- but not for both. , Salaries will" be bastd on tho io'lcwmg: ed as tho gunmen. Tho point where which would" havo been rejected by action to pledge the American repre- tin. Tho Pastor albo received ($2) 1 Monthly Salary the ambush was to have been was at the Panaman people by forco of arms, Certificate Herd sentatives to demand that tho as- two dollars during tho meeting. ' the" message to the American govern$ 70.00 Muddy Creek bridge, a dark and fala Eleinontary certificate of second grade sembled l'owers sit with open doors. Tho cntlro salary of the Pastor of lb Elementary certificate of first grade or certificate of equal vored spot for work of criminals. ment said. At the same time among Adminis- the Nocrcek Charge Is eight hundred rank . v "The Panaman government," Prestration officials It was outlined as a and eighty dollars ($S80) por yoar j v . . . 80.00 Dovll Dick and Wild Bill 'were lc State certificate or certificate of equal tank 90.00 in a manner which rniulred ident Porrao continued, "before takdoflnlto purpose of tho Government T,oro haR t)0f,n1,alll up t0 (lat(3 three Id State diploma or certificate of equal rank 100.00 Dick to emerge from the bushe3, grab ing definite decisions as to tho atto rofrnln from determined objection hundred and sixty dollars ($3G0);j; to secret sessions. Not only was It leading $520.00 to be raised byl" Preparation In Scholarshipthe horses and fire his gun, while titude it should assumo and with re2a Graduate of standard high school 3.00 mil, tho wild one, was to rush the gard to the terms In which the last v. Indlentd ns tho belief hero that deli- Conference which meets Sept. 21, atj 2b Graduate of junior college note from tho United States must bo 4.00 Riders from behind, make them cate subjects could not be profitably Covington. Ky. '. . 2c Graduate of standard college 5.00 discussed In the open, but it was sugand line up on the road side answered, believes the tlmo opporItoquosts have been made from ov-- 1 Professional Training gested that to Insist on such a, course ory point for return or tno l'astor.i while others were to have collected tune to make clear certain points. la 3a One term In normal or summer school (1921) 5.00 the coveted lunch and escape. But this connection It sent a cable dismight meet with such strong opposi- for another year's service. Sb One year's course In standard normal plus 2a . 4.00 somehow. It was whispered that some patch to Washington Saturday afterx tion from aluoad as to wreck the Contributed i 3c Two years' course In standard normal plus 2a ... 5.00 of the boys on. the hay wagon ware noon, nddressed" to Narciso Caray wlioloprogranime of the conference. 4 Successful Teaching Experlcnco for Current Term ami pro (The Panaman foreign minister who I'm nk Discussion Is Aim. wise to tho planned noiu-u- p miss Moom: to leave Whothor experience Is successful or not will be determined by the Confirming imports from Herlln bably armed, and the more tin) des- is visiting tho American capital), record in tho following: with perate gunmen thought about the which constitutes a decisive declarathat tho treaty negotiations " Miss Elizabeth Mnoro, of whom we or more . 4a Attendance S0 3. 00 matter tho colder their feet" became, tion jjf what the chief cxecutivo of Germany are being conducted sec-ct-lwcok, has resign4b Improvement of school plant , . ..$1.00 to $5.00 and when tho party approached the Panama believed to bo his duty." at tho request of the United Staps, made mention last tho Ohio County, secretary of 4c Creating school sentiment in community .".$1.00 to $5.00 spot whero thoy were concealed, they A pharaphraso of this dispatch folhigh officials omphnsizctl It as a con- - ed as Chapter, A. M. Red Cross, and has 4e Professional growth or Improvement dip- $1.00 to $5.00 became as Icebergs In their tracks, lows: vlctlon of this Government that accepted a position . with tho Red, (Allowance for 4a to 4o will bo included In last instal'mcnt of salary. frozen "The Panaman government Is un- never as dummies lomatlc conversations cannot develop ....Cross organlzat on In Galium Ohio.,, I,Assistants receive the same schedule salary as othor teachers. No discrimi moving as stiff if full a frank exchange of views and scarcely breathing aa.the kder the Impression that the last noto She will also have charge of munlcl-lis made becauso of their being designated as assistants.) nubllcltv Is given to evory step. So Joyous party of youngsters passed by, from tho State Department Is couchIn tho Ohio ed in such terms that It permits ot may bo given with- pal child wolfarc work far as publicity unmolested. " city. out endangering frankness and withDevil Dick and Wild Bill are toler- the Interpretalon that the United. Miss Moore Is capable and pains-- . CANDIDATES ! FILE HARTFORD SCHOOL out offonllng other Powers, however, ably certain to have some soit of bad States Is standing aloof from tho taking and Is certain to give satisEXPENSE ACCOUNTS TO OPEN SEPT. 5TH. luck at n.o distant date as ten disap- conflict between Panama and Co3tav officials aro eaid to favor It factory sorvlce In her now field of A r'nillnr altitude was taken In the pointed young fellows are laying for Rica, but that It will pormlt tho rePcnntf debate y Vr. Lodge, who has them In every conceivable manmer. sumption of hostilities immediately , The local graded and high school Only a few candidates at this date, with been In frequent conference Tho disgruntled ton say that these It Is estimated that Costa Rica wilt LEACH ELLIS have filed their expense accounts, as is scheduled to- - commence Monday, two birds prided themselves on being proceed to destroy by force the status, President Warren G. Harding, since Opening Is contemplated and made necessary September 5, 8:30 a. m. his election as a delegate. hearted, desperate, extraordi- which has existed for seven years, Miss Beatrlco Leach and Mr. Blan-to- n by statute. It appears that there is exercises will be held In the audi- cold agreement. Altho declaring that "tho largest narily handy and quick at gun draw- since the Porras-AndersEllis, accompanied by Mr. and an Idea prevalent that defeated candi- torium and all patrons and friends of states that, "This government publicity compatible with the public especially Is this true of Wild ing, the school are Invited to be present. Mrs. Carl Hoover, surprised their lntorcst" should characterize tho con- friends and relatives Saturday when dates are not required to file an ac- Tho High School Faculty is composed BUI. They even volunteered for this while Panama will not resist by forco count of their expenses after the priference, the Republican leader assertduty and vehemently Insisted that the demands ot tho United States, tho n thoy quietly went to Rockport, Ind., mary, but the idea is erroneous. teachAll of tho following ed It was wholly "Impossible end imthey lo permitted and designated to case is not the same as it there had necessary permit and candidates In tho late primary, ers: practicable" to conduct negotiations procured tho stop tho Riders and line them up. been a demand or ultimatum from woro joined in wedlock. Each of the whether successful FACULTY or otherwise, entirely In the full view of the pub- young pcoplo Sore? You know tho ten are. Costa Rica, which would be rejected, are under tho age of 21 should filo a complete list of expendiHigh School lic. Watch your steps, Dick and Bill, lest by the Panaman people, who would! yoars. Tho brldo Is a daughter of Mr. tures covering tho period from the. Miss Mary E. Marks, Principal use force against force and for whiclu you fall. Harrison Soks Open I'm ley " Leach, and de- day of filing before tho primary. English and Domestic Economy and Mrs. Charlie purposo Panama Immediately would Tho .Senate debate resulted from servedly popular with- tho younger Don't forget or neglect this duty. It Mr. Oscar L. Shultz, Asst. Principal begin preparations. CEEIIUATEIJ 83TII ai resolution Introduced by Senator II. Mathematics and Science 1IIIITH ANNIVERSARY "Panama wishes to reach an unMississippi set. Sho has held a position with Is compulsory and tho penalty for Hnrrlson, Democrat, P. Miss Florence Nelson derstanding as regards this point beinstructing tho American delegates! tho Ohio County Drug Co. during tho failure carries a maximum flno of past yenr. Tho bridegroom Is tho $500.00. History and Latin Yesterday, the 25th, marked the fore answering tho last noto front" to Insist that tho conference sessions, Mr. W. P. Rhoads son of Mr. 1). H. Ellis, a graduate of anniversary the State Department of the United. paslng of the eighty-fift- h It camo up as an amendbo public. High School, class of Vocational Agriculture OKLAUOMANS HERE of Mr. B. W. Stewart, ot Cromwell. States to the end that sho may be ablo ment to the $200,000 appropriation tho Hartford '21; was president of tho class, a Grades Tho occasion was celebrated at the to . determlno if any now armfoi expenses of tho conforoncc, but member of the basket ball team and Mrs. S. O. Keown, Prof, and Mrs. Herbert Felix, of home of Mr. Stewart's daughter, Mrs. ed conflict with Costa Rica throatons, was wlthdrwan after Mr.'Lodgo had a largo part In all Bchool activi- Ada, Okla.. arrived In Hartford MonSeventh and Eighth grades. R. E. Du'lco and Mr. Duko, in Hart- or if this Is to be the end of an inobjected. Mr Harrison announcing he took his day to spend a week wlthxProf. FeMr. Otis Carson, ties. Mr. Ellis has assisted ford. Mr. Stewart, together with cident with the United States, which, would offer it later as. a separate father in tho" conduct of the business lix's mother, Mrs. Jennie Felix, of Fifth and Sixth grades. Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Charlie Wal-lac- o while It Is much to bo regretted, 1st was appealed by the Senate E. Ellis and Bro. East Hartford and other relatives and Miss Alice Taylor, and Mr. Will Wallace of Crom- only ot a diplomatic chatacter. Thia During the discussion, Mr. Lodge operated by W. Ho Is well Third and Fourth grades. cov- during vacations. friends. Prof. Felix Is Superintenwell, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon moans that Panama de.iires to know ana others referred to tho "opci by his friends and acquain- dent of tho Ada High School whero Miss Deulah Moore, of Russollvlllethe latter a daughter wiictber the United States Intends nnt enants" doctrine of former President tances. First and Second grades. ho Is Instructor in mathematics and of Mr. Stewart; Mr. and Mrs. R, L. to vcrmil Panama to usj forco against Lodge declarWoodrow Wilson, Mr. Tho writer joins tho many friends iwUs and Is also Captain of tho Adn HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OK STUDY Duke, of Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. tho tnnounced Intention of occupaing that, altho the former Prps'ldent (CLASSICAL) denouncing secret of the young couplo In congratula- Company, Olkahoma National Guards. R. E. Duke were present to enjoy the' tion by Costa Rica." went to Versailles wishes fpr their suc- "Hub" as his friends hero generally FIRST YEAR Ulinner and tho pleasure of Mr. Stew "From tho a'.t'g dispatches of tho diplomacy, ho finally was drawn In- tions, and best cess turnout life. Rhetoric. AfcHMiInted published Press, thl'i called him. Is nnother Ohio County art's company. to a socret conference of thieo or four Elomentary Latin. m ft morning by tho boy to mako good In the outvldo it Is demen In whom centered the actual Algebra I. MRS. IURKIIICAD ENTERTAINS Govorn-i.ei- it ERRONEOUS .STATEMENT duced that tho American world. power of the entire conclave of delPhysical Geography and PhysiHill riot perm.. Tanamu to mako egates. ology. ' Mrs. Ernest E. Blrkhead entertain- a Manifestation ot forcp In tho Coto Wo have heard Unreported frpm YOUXG LADIES TO Sonator Thomas E. Watson, Demo SECOND YEAR ed at Five Hundred, at hor homo region, and that If It is mado AmeriGO TO VAN LEAR crat, Georgia, seconded tho argument some quarters that tho Cromwell Con- Thursday night of last week. Thoso can marines will bo landed " American Literature. aeainst opon sessions and Senator solldated School District was profitpresent were: Mrs. R. T. Collins, Mrs. Early European History. Misses Lonora Lindley of near William E. Ilorah, Republican. Idaho, Ing at the expenso of tho remainder A GOOD .SUllSCHIHEIt Darrell Sullenger. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Latin II. argument of tho rural schools, in that money Livormore, Klttlo Beos Dodson of supported Mr. Harrison's Ilarrass, Mr, and Mrs. L. T. Riley, being taken from the general Sunnydcle, Lcuboll Williams. ,ot Hef- - 'Algebra and Botany. was for his resolution. I Mr. C. C. Carter of Narrows, was THIRD YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley. Mrs. N. school fund and used for tho purposo lln. and Mattyo Duke of Hartford, English Literature Hello Cooper, Misses Sophia Voerner, a visitor at this office Monday, whllo pupils to and from tho will leave next week-en- d pt transporting for Van REVIVAL AT NARROWS Kennedy and Mary Warren Collins, In town. Mr. Carter has been a. Piano Geometry. school building in said district. Lear, whero thoy have been employChemistry. city and Mrs. k". W, Coopor of Nash- constant subscriber to the Republican Is entirely ed no members of tho faculty In tho The Idea and statement (A revival meeting was begun at Delicious salads and slnco Its first Issuo, moro thau 31 ville, Tenn. Modern History. Tho district inquestlon high school of that place. This Is a tho" Narrows M. E. Church Monday erroneous, FOURTH YEAR ' ices wero served at tho conclusion of years, and his subscription Is now defrays this uxpeuso by funds dorlv-c- d quarttto of bright and onerjctlc nlijht. Tho sorvlcos are being conAmerican History and Civics. the gainos. Tho time was most pleas-- 1 paid to the latter part of 1922. IC from a special levy of CO cents on young ladies and each Is certain to ducted by tho Pastor Rev. Felix J. rou think u fellow does not appre Physics. nntly spent by all' prosont. ir wflrth of taxable prop-ort- y glvo a good account of herself In tho each $100.00 t Sandms, assisted by Rev. IJ. T. ciate those constant and prompt payArithmetic and Solid Geometry. with tbo Croinwoll consolidated now Hold of labor. Mr. Goorge P. of Vine Grovo. ing Subscribers Just get on tho list .. English Grammar REVIVAL MEETING and English special tax for this Jonae of noar Hartford, la In chargo district. This A revival meeting will bo hold at and try It. Classics. and other special purposes was voted UAItTI'ORIl IS TO HAVE of tho Bmg sorvlcos. m Washington M. E. Church, commencDomostlc Economy, at tho same time tho vote upon tho LAUNDRY . ' WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Subjects markd aro required ing next Monday, Aug. 29th. Tho question of 'consolidating was voted CHARIVARI upon and' does not cost tho remainder Mr. Albort Rial having disposed of of vocational students In tho respec-tlv- o Pastor. Rev. II. W. Landroth, will bo Mr. William Schneider, an aged years. assisted by tho Rev. Boyd Browning A numbor of young men and boys of tho County a penny. his roaster, popcorn nml peanut busiVocational ' Agrlmllurn Courso Of of Bowling Green. Services aro to and highly respected citizen of Monday night adjacont to an ness contemplates installing gntherod died Wednesday of kldnoy Sluily. to YOUNG HOV DIES." bo hold each evening at 7:30. laundry on his premises adtho public squaro and marched m tiouble. Funeral services were conFIRST YEAR Co., Mr. Chnrllo Leach and jacent to Hartford Automobile tho homo of ducted by the ov. L. W. Tichonor MISSION BOARD NOTICE Farm Crops. Zach tho old son oi Mr. Garage. Mr. Rial states that ho will proceqdod to, ns they thought, glvo All persons knowing themselves to after which tho remains wero laid to In honor of anil Mrs. Xach King, died at tho home do all kinds Horticulture. of family and fancy an oldfushlonod charivari Homo' Gardens. bo members of the new Mission Board rout at the Walton's Creek Comotory. Mr. and Mrs. Dlanton Ellis. After a of his parents near Roll's Run, early laundry work, btit moat ospoclally The deceased Mr. Schneider Is surof tho Ohio County Baptist AssociaEconomic Botany. a charlvarylng, with all Wodnodny night of Ityphold. Burial catering to family hatronago for few rounds of Homo Project C months. tion will please meet at tho Hartford vived by his widow and one daughter, tho name Implies, It was discov- of tha remains tool: place at Dill's time at least. Hartford Is much In that Haptlbt Churoh Aug. 30. 10 A. M. for Mrs. E. C. Calvert. Fuuoiul noed of a buslnoss of this character .. SECOND YEAR ered that young Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Run yostordny uftemoon. By this death Cent6rtowu and comand Farm'' Animals, , the purposo of organization had eluded the watchers posted near services wcro conducted by tho Rev, and H would seem that a flno opening munity has lost a quiet, unpretentious Economic Zoology. transaction ot business, and had stolen It. V. I'linim of Hartford. This wa? exists tor a successful business of this Mr. Leach's resldenco RUSSELL WALKER, Pastor, but an exemplary citizen. Dairying and Poultty. out to tho homp of Mra,011le Darnett,the only thlld of Mr. and Mrs. King nature P Stato-Departmeth-bo, sta-t'on- td " i , well-knowbe-llk- ed Star-Herald, Na-bli" () Con-terto- '. 13-ye- ar orably smnllor thnn last year, being SCIENTISTS GET estimated now at 880,000,00(T ltis. HOLD OF GHOSTS LnnitiiiKiii n i r.ns nn n nun in tntn S031 ' 500 ' 000ll;nlte(l stalM Production Inst year j Probablo corn production In Ken Kuropcmi ln estimator Weigh mid Evei-ythxn- d Plinloiniti Siihituuco tucky In ostlmntod nt 77,019,000 bus. 'tilled I'Iiimiiiii. no m pared to a July 1 estimate of Railroad Administration Is tins, and a arop laat year Mir tk Now York, Aiirr.- 20. at Ghost of 100.G50.000' Intl.; wheat till lExisting Almost As month Is estimated at fi.0a0.000 bus. Ins' have been "hog tied," liken 'r.to .Strong As Ever. compared to a July 1 ostlmato of G', tho laboratory and wolghod and phoIt's been done by three 7156,000 bus. and a production Inst tographed. European scientists, Dr. fl. dnlcy, of yoar of 5,010.000 bus.; potatoes Washington, Auk. 20. The govbus. compared to prospects Paris; Dr. A von Schronck Notzlng, ernment rpturned all railway linos to July 1 for 4,481,000 bus. and a crop of Munich, and the lato Dr. W J. Crawford, of Belfast, Ireland. thoir rormnr prlvnto owners almost last yoar of 6,135,000 bus.; oats Quality Cigarette. Investigations by thoso three men eighteen months ago. bus. compared to prospects Bat the United States Railroad Ad- July 1 for 0,505,000 bus. nnd a crop have boon In progress for twenty ministration, n rollc of wnr-tlm- e Wliy, just buy Camels and look at the package! last year of 8,225,000 bus.; and to years, but the current Issue of Popu- Sfivernment railway control, continues bacco 251,790,000 lbs compared to Inr Science Monthly only now throws the best packing science has devised to keep a July 1st estimate of 288.288,000 j real light on the Importance of their iu twist cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste. It employs 1,300 people. It Is cost lbs. and last year's production of I discoveries. taxpayers $4,000,000 a 4G7, 500,000 lbs. This cstlmato on ing AmnrJcan Tlio scientists have found that Heavy paper outside secure foil wrapping inside yoar. tobacco may be considerably changed phantom faces do appear In spiritand the revenue stamp over the end to seal the packThe Railroad Administration Jus- later In the season, depending on fa- ualistic seances, that tables can be lifted, that bells can be rung and that tifies Its existence by maintaining; vorable or unfavorable weather. age and keep it air-tigh- t. Kye production In Kentucky this supernatural messages can bo receivthat ft must settle hangover claims of tlie Tallways against the govern- - season is estimated at 380,000 bus. ed. And note this! There's nothing flashy about tho compared to 480,000 bus. last year; All this done, they say, thru tho JUP1. Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not Thai 3s true. There are at least barley 103,000 bus. compared to 112.-00- 0 agency of a mysterious lacelike mateyear; sweet potatoes a billion dollars of unadjusted bus last rial thrown out from tho medium's lialf improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense claims to be sottled. Dut It Is dlffl--n- Jl bus. compared to 1,890,000 body which they call plasma. It's tax- - bus. last year; and hay of all kinds ghost substance. d that must come out of the quality of the tobacco. m convince a payi-rilia- t It Is necessary to maintain 1,051,000 tons compared to 1.G0S,- What Plasma Is. year. Fruit Is a poor .nsyialnK like so great a force to mnke 000 ton's-lasCamels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on' Plasma, they say tholr experiments crop in Kentucky as a whole, apples show, is a materil substance, highly rhi adjustment. merit alone. being estimated at only 1,251,000 sensitive to light but which can be Serving Two .Musters. The ufflelnls of the present Hall-- n bus. and peaches 153,000 bus. The felt and photographed, nltho It is norBecause, men smoke Camels who want the ad Admlristration aro, with a few western counties report the most mally Invisible. taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly It Is a substance that can assume xceMinns, tho same mon who serv- - fruit especially apples. me condition oi omor crops in iy. tho shape of a hand or face or even od oa tho administration during the blended. Men smoke Ca .i:ls for Camels smooth, an entire figure; a substanca that can wat That means that piactlcally all Is reported as follows, nlfalfa refreshing mildness and their freedom from ciga- ortiioni weie or are officials of prl- - millet 72; pasture CG; cowpeas SO; move an object. And It is thrust from field beans 70; tomatoes 65; cabbage the bodies of mediums! iLf railway linos. etty aftertaste. CO; onions 91 j grapes 51; watermelIs quot If highly probable that persons In on. nnd iiiusk'iielons OS; broom corn Dr. Von Schronck-Notzln- g ed as one seance with the today Jtailrnail Administration Camels are made for men who think for then m drawing public salaries for ad- C9: scrhum for sirup 75; nvcraro Polish medium Stnnislnwa: per acre 111!) selves. "She would keep her hands about justing; claims of lines In which they Ield f clover hay tons six Inches, apart, fingers extended, dre privately Interested! Condition of crops In Ohio coun- - and wrlm on the table. She would Ttie government gave up federal ty aro as follows: Corn wheat, wait for a prickling sensation to oc railway control In March, 1920, the average yield, 9:3; potatoes 33; to- cur as a forerunner to the plasma railway lglslatlon bacco 75; liny, all kinds 75, pasture. emanation. She would then make a pMWil at the same time. few passes over a small aluminum bill the 43 per cent. ladbT the box placed in tront of her. This, she mUvirys were guaranteed federal Are You Happy? explained, was to make a connection. crnvjwnsntion for any lossos they -Hor fingers still kept between March in operation W-y- fV To be happy you must bo well. If of an inch from the box, moving nlong " untl September 1920. r. In that period the railways lost you are frequently troubled with con- - parallel with the table, whon sudden-stlpatlo- n cjSI t.S7'5s1 JP9H a and Indigestion you cannot ly the box turned, tried to rise on one wnshly ?G;:i, 500,000. according to LEU an psiimnte. They already have col- - be altogether happy. Take Cham- - side and then fell back, "At nnother time a celluloid ball Iwiwl around $200,000,000 of this berlaln's Tablc'ts to correct these dls-- ! "iNY, Wintton-Salcm- , N. C. loss Now they're trying to get the orders. "They are prompt and effee- - was rolled away from the medium, a easy and pleasant to handbell was shaken, a teaspoon In "effectual, r. tv 370.000,000. --( rrroalndor '.Illl a tumbler rattled about nnd flnally take. No lteini.ert P.IIIs. the tumbler was upset." The railways have not presented Mi'tiiuidrul Test. out of tho White award, a considera Il.M.F-SOI.IN(PANAMA PREPARES SHOKS AT it run zed statements showing exactly Dr. Crawford, an engineer, tested tion which entered Into tho decision sum. how Jhey lost this enormous iiomi: s.vi:s iti:i'.m cost TO GIVE BATTLE of tho State Department to sond tho plasma mechanically. He ovtn Arid they have not promised that i weighed it. Dr. Von Schrenck-Not-zin- g marines to Panama. paid they will 'Titn the total sum is When the solos of a pair of shoos photographed it and says he Miii'.'iim- - (Jims And Forces I'.,isic( To Tiffanl It as payment In full of tho havo worn thru or begin to wear thin Dispuu-i- l District, sks found it curiously like the human riiambcrlniu'.s Cough emody. obligations under the Korcxnnient's V. S. Attitude. skin in cellular structure. Tho great benefit derived from they should bo repaired Immediately By JONATHAN BRACE legislation. The fact that these three scientists, the use of Chamberlain's Cough Item- Anyono can learn to do this at homo, There Is nothing to prevent the XX III. MAINE working apart, have found that from Panama, Aug. 22 Panama Is pre- ed- has been gratefully acknowledged says the United Statos Department of railways presenting fresh claims "IliSCURHD Agriculture In preparing tho shoo unknorw nto each, mediums Sum scar to year and collecting from iu the , other this entirely they call plasma pared and ready to reprl the Costa by many. Mrs. Benjamin V. Illake-ne- to be d u fow almplo tools substance RIcans should they Invade the disputDecatur, III., writes, "Chamberhaze of an the. Treasury annually of the money emanates, opens up a marvelous new ed Coto territory. No definite ac lain's Cough Uontedy is by far the aro needed. Tho Important ones nre: tlqultytheold pay as taxes and the money your yon fields of scientific research. tion will be taken, however, until P best medicine for colds and coughs wo Shoo last, hammer, box or clinch Irtlilll'JlC children and children's children will record a has been learned what attitude, the have ever used in our family. I nails, a sharp knlTo and a burnisher pay.' voyage In I How Diptheria Is Contracted. United States Government will adopt gave it to my childron whon small Those may be purchased at any hardVhri offers almost boundless oplOOii by I.elf, One often hears the expression, 'My toward Panama In the event the for croup and havo taken It my- ware store. Tho size of the nails to portunity for the railways to enrich son of Krlc tho Red, who sailed bo used will bo determined by cold which de- - Panamans oppose the taking over of self." j child caught a severe , rJiejDselvcs while they Impoverish the from (.Jreenland to Labrador and of tho sole leather. Tho veiopeu inio uipnineria, wnen me Coto by the Costa Iticans. taxpayer. down the coast of Maine. The nails should bo long enough to clinch truth was that the cold had simply Cable messages sent by the Pana-ma- n ei'iiK di:f IH'TIVKS "Possible Kennedies. next probable voyage to this left the little one- particularly suscepGovernment to Washington with nv mov NG MONKS tho Inner sole. Solo leather may bo coast was by John Cabot In Trro bteps. If taken immediately, purchased in one piece to !q cut up diphtheria the view of ascertaining the Ameritible to the wandering and later by his son Sebastian. could cut nfr tallway fund wastes: germ. If your child has a cold when can Government's attitude toward It was, however, Cunt. John In an address nt the annual con- as needed or In tho form of half personnel of tho Hail-roa- d First The diphtheria Is. prevalent you should Panainan resistance to Costa Kican vention of osteopaths held at Cleve- soles. Smith, the leading spirit of the could be cut Administration Itomove tho old solo with a slanting t who take him out of school and keep hi occupation of Coto havo not been an- land, Dr. It. W. Ilalley of Philadelleaving enough efficient offi- t settlement at Jamestown,Penobtliiirn. cut across the InHtop so that tho Inoff the street until fully recovered, swered. t sailed as fur north us the phia declared that thousands of cials and clerical aid to handle the ad- t scot and tlrst drew u rough chart as there Is a hundred times more Armed men to the number of 150 children become mental ilefectlvos side edge of tho now solo will bo justment of claims.' of It. t danger of his taking diphtheria when havo been ordered to proceed to Coto from injury t the neck nt birth. All shorter. Plare tho leather to bo us 'Second A definite date could be t In the grant by James I to t he has a cold. When Chamberlain's from David. They will take with of these cases can be cured by ad- - ed In warm water for a fow minutes as. tho last day for the presentawn t tho Plymouth Colony Maine was Cough Remedy is given It quickly them ten machine guns which wcro Justing the bones, he said, adding until It becomes pllablo and will fit Included In their territory. Option ol railway claims. If a carrier cures the cold and lessens tho danger purchased in the United States last that nothing else can euro them. Dr. snugly against the shoe. Cut It rto present Its statement before t position to the Plymouth Colony not ' of diphtheria or any other germ di April. tiros'e niuuug the king's courtiers Ilalley said that osteopathic clinlCB roughly into shope. With n knife that date, 1 should bo barred from sease uetng contracted. m Secretary of Government and Jus aro to be established all over the paio a bevel on tho edgo that fits t and Sir Ferdluundo Gorges nnd compensation at any time. Captain Mason succeeded in obtice Aifaro has given orders to Chief country. In this way, he declared, against tho instep. Tho bevel should This plan of settling railway f taining for themselves rights to TKACIIKItK HACK OX TDK ,IOIt of Police Arango to hold tho entire thousands of dorective minds will be bo on tho floeh side of tho leather. claims rapidly was proposed by Place the flesh side of tho leather police force of Panama and Colon In restored to efficiency. i the country between the Merrl-um- c exports of tho last adnilnistra-Iit- i t and Kennebec rivers. This against tho shoo and Inoert n tack In According to tho bureau of readiness to march to Coto. Identit suggested September 1, t they divided, Gorges taking tho They the contor of tho toe to hold tho are flocking back to the cal orders have been sent tho heads of rOKTKK FOILS DKSPKItADO TiK us tho final date. On Septem-?-- r northern section. Meanwhile i lnhft teaclters tlinv ilnnrtpcl fnr hnttpr nlil tho police forces In Interior towns. leather In place so that it may bo Gorges had sent over a small col1 ho lines will have boen in prit ony to the mouth of the Keuue-bewar work. About ,000,000 tc tms, Mayors have been ordered to revise Thomas f. .nor, gunman and tacked. vate hands eighteen months. t or nearly tho normal force, will take their volunteer lists and to advlst slayer .wanted on but this settlement was soon murder charges , With the shoo on tho last, bogln to t up classes when school opens. Tho thtso men to bo ready for an t ind In the pursuit of whom five Chi- tack from tho Instep toward tho toe, "Whim tho baby Is suffering tho t abandoned. The Hrbt permanent null back It due, It Is said, to the decago detectives woro discharged for tacking first on ono edge and then on t settlement was made in l(Kr nt lulJ affliction of hot weather and t what Is now Yoik, Massachucreased commercial wages, substanMarines May Not Fight. cowardice, was recently captured the other. Plnco tacks about lmvtl disorders, tho remedy needed t setts objected to Gorges claim t Washington, Aug. 22 The battal whon ho tried to hold up atraln near tial Increases iu teachers' pay and the inch apart and approximately ' ."YlcGeo's Baby Kllxlr. It reduces t and llniilly annexed nil the terrigeneral condition of unomploymont. ion of marines which h now en route i St. Paul, Minn. A. II. Logg, a net Inch from tho outer edg-otbi Serurlsh condition, corrcta tho t tory up to Cusco Iluy and culled Tho average salary of olemontary on the battleship Pennsylvania to gro porter, altho- unarmed, knocked the solo of tho shoe. This may :jinach and checks loosonoss of tho i this northern section the District teachers Is now about $100') ' year Pannnia, was sent purely as a pre- one of three guns ho was carrying vary somowhnt In dlfforent shoes, U webs. PrJee 35c and COe per but-- i of Maine. Maine was dtssalMK-t with tho rule of tho mother state and the average for cautionary measuro and State D- from O'Connor's' hand and kicked him but tho tacks should bo plncod so that Sold by Ohio County Drug teachers Is nearly $1700 or an In- epartment officials do not bellovo that front tho train. The gunman was they will clinch on the edge of tho and by 1S20 succeeded In being ('cjjjpau.v. admitted to the Union us the crease of about 50 per cent since the mon will fire a shot. Inner sole. With n knlfo trim even then solzod by other railway state. I: twenty-thir- d 1MS CiP'ornla l:ith school teachOwing to the fact that foellng In with old wolt. Hold tho knlfo in tho Maine was the first state to KHNTTCKY CHOP KKPOKT Panama has been ers' salarlos nverago tho hlghost conuldernbly hand with the blado projecting be; adopt prohibition, in the begin.about $2000 annually. Virginia- Is wrought up at tho prospect of having yond the index fingor so that It will ning Maine wiirf strongly DemoonAderable duoreanu In the os-- t to surrender a strip of territory to lowest with an average of $1000. cut the sole but not tho vamp cratic. It vus largely FOR FLETCHER'S of practically all cropx in t leuson that she objectedfor this coata Itlca ttndor tho tonus of the Smooth the edge of tho new leather to bei 7itueky, onipared to July otl- ASUS All) I'Olt .lAIU'D YANKS White award which Socrotary Charles ing ruled against tho old leather with an Iron by MusHachuxotts J 'i'-- , Jk the feature of the monthly 10 vans Hughes . has decided must bo uhlch was Kedorallbt. burnisher. Since Itlack tho odgo with shoo i ? rpiri luaued today at I.ouU- - t lS.riO, how ever, Maine bus been Altho he appealed to the Ameri- onforced, It wag felt that thoro might 11A.MMKKSTF.IN CO. FAILS polish and use burnlsheras bofor - t decidedly Kepubllcan. It has sis t ami Kraukfort by the U. S. Hucan Hod Crow and other organiza- possibly bo some blight disorder and Tills will leave the half solo smooth .f. of Markets and Crop Ktimate t electoral votes for president. tion to aid tho 300 suffering Ameri- tiiarlnoa woro therefore sent. Mro. Hininn S.'IIamineratcln. widow and close fitting. The name Maine uiih so desigJt with State Commit- - t cans lit French prlaoits, C. N. Walker, It is entlroly posaihlo, State De- of the late 0cur llauimersteln, has 4 the chin-toof J foimerly vice consul genoral In partment officials said, that the ma- - filed petitions in bankruptcy for tho n.ier of grieulture W. C. Hanna. t nated InCharles I granted(Kit) In t which this 1 .ulcu thuuk u reductlou fioin July 4 Pails, declurca that nil he got was tlnos will not ovon be landed on Ilammorsteln theatrical prodiioing HOIiltOltS! GIHLS TO SHOW K.IKS land to Gorges. It had nlteady ItejauKe of the drouth, 4 been commonly 1 '.silmate organizations founded by tho Impre"the cold shouldor." He was told Panama territory. 4 used by tho ballWhat noxt? Not content with exmO a gryat rwluction from 1920 be- - 4 ots us distinguishing Undor our treaty obligations It Is sario. The liabilities aro that the men who got Into jail deservthe main4 posing tholr nethor extrenietlos al..uKi of decrvakod arrouKU besides the 4 land from the ninny ed It. Tho prikouors, who are most- the duty of tho United States to gitar-ante- o Islands most to tho oxtromo via hluh skirts )n;.ik thU fceaaou. However, thuro 44 along the shore. Tho nUkuuiuo ly aro without propor tho territorial Integrity of Panand rolled-dow- n 4 stockings, American as riutt-- of thu toliacco in thU statu 4 for the btuto Is the Pluu Tree food and clothing. There Is so much ama, and iu order o do this It is Apply a cotton cloth wot with Bal- girls have been notified by tho Na4 ihnt cuu yet make a normal yield If 4 State. Its urea Is IW.OIO redtapo In Franco, ho says, that In- - necessary that tho United Statos lard's Snow Liniment to all wounds, miles, tional Hair Droasers' Association that .lit. 1.1. ...Iu ...... uu uifiiiiiidt uit uiuiiiKivtfa XuMombltt waather, so that tho 4 largo which Is practically uh uiiiiiiiiiia lull .l.t ,l..tlll.lfr o.i r.M......I - should know Just, what that torrltory cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and thoy must 4 us tho combined area f now show tholr ears, of tobacco production might 4 rotiitiuiv zatlon of bomo kind is necessary to consists of. note Its wonderful hauling power. It tho other live New Knglund "llobbod hair Is passo; no more consldurably, t Slates. Viave u ht fhangMl got results. The church prison comin view of this obligation, Is prompt nnd very offoctlvo. Pric-it Is 4 Puffs," thoy say. It remains to be mission at Atlanta doclded to investl- - ion mat mis uovornmont is In a way 30c, coe and $1.20 per bottlo Sni,i seen later In tha mikou. Tha United 4 ( by McC'lure Newnpajier Syndicate.) 4 Just how faB this dictum will bo responsible for Panama's carrying y Ohio County Drug Company. gate the matter. SJattw total tulmcco .flioj J m followed. I. fl. CLAIMS ARE - for QUALITy nothing lor THAT'S It's OUR IDEA in making hard-presse- t 78; i MnPJ fz ttt 53; i Esch-Cumml- ns bo-3i- u; Esch-Cuminl- suf-Terf- td three-quarte- rs m -- $ pifs if Ji is ! I ' , V- :l-3- jU ...icJI 1J G I The Story of Our States I 4 JEsch-Cnmml- ns y, hnlf-sole- La-g- I j - -- e, 1 one-four- th one-four- th f - j U high-scho- ol at 1 Children Cry CASTO R -- r j coniilll-."4'.'m..,- ,i, FARM MONEY ADVANCE !u wont (!own ,0 30 nml 'mmoiiintc- - CUT DANK PROFITS ly stopped the exportation of goods BY KELLOGG'S PLAN ON FARMERS LOANS to Huropo nml knocked prices down. Credit Hill Assists In Market Advnn iv Wltliuiil MiiMiik Cowrif iiieut An Anent No ninn dnreH buy a yoar's supply of In England today with tho Ity rate of exchange fluctuating 50 or 00 contR or ovon 30 or 40 cents. It Is worse In Frnnco and It Is worse In cotton 2111 to 20 House liaises Kate To Market Htijer Hut Not To llorwmer. Gcrmnny, Hungary, Poland and othWashington, Aug 2C y a voto Washington, An. 22. One of tho er countries. of 234 to 20 Jho Republican House great nchif vements of tho present Re- "Again, they hnvo not tho eapltnl. has put thru a bill expediting farm puhllcan Congress In aid of the farm Thoy must buy now from hand to credit bv Increasing the market ln- er Is expected to 1)8 tho nmondmont to mouth more than ns they bought he- - lort,t on farm Iosn ,)omlg from B t0 tho fnnu credit bill proposed by Sena fore, and this especially applies to 5 . por cent without raising tho rato Ibo Kind You Have Always Bought, nnd which has bwa tor Kollugg, of Minnesota, onnbllng cotton, which they manufacture as of Intdrest to the borrower. In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of adthe War Klnanro Corporation to rapidly an possible and turn It over Representative Strong, of Kansas, and has been made under his pt- t--0 vance money to banks handling and over to get their money bnck. in urging the passage of the measure, sonal suPervision since its infarct products Instead of permit- Thcreforo It in necessary Amthe Allow no one to deceive you in said: ting the government, through u spe- erican farmer and cotton for raiser, tho All Counterfeits, Imitations and "This bill simply Increases tho rnto-n- t " are cially created corporation, to net ns AmoiicAn seller nnd warehouseman, Experiments that trifle with, and endanger the henlth. hut which the farm-loa- n hanks and agent for the Hale of such products to carry thls year's cotton crop, corn Joint-stoc- k Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. banks may Issue their In explanation of this change, to crops, and other crops for a longer bonds for two years. It does not In1m enacted Into law, Senator Kellogg period than It Was necessary to do b crease tho rate to tho farmers. It nald: Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Part-corforo the war or oven during the wnr, only lessens the profit of tho banks, Constipation is the starting point ".My reasons for holloing that It because during the war wo Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. could but enables them to sell their bonds for many .serious diseases. To be It contains la wire to take an existing agency neither Opium, Morphine" nor other narcotic substance. I" m, anjwi.ng wo n.u ai aimoM uny ,, f,,,tnn ,ho monoy to ,oa the healthy, keep the bowels active and age is lta guarantee. For more than thirty vears the War Finance Corporation are priCO we aSKOIl. regular. Horblne will remove nil acrniipr nf thn NnHnn it has? befen in constant use for the relief of Constipation", In tho first place, tho War these: I think Flatuleuxy.. those who will apply nvstnm cumulations in the bowels and put "Kvor since thin farm-loaWind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrishness arisinjc Mnance Corporation has had four to tho subject will find that parsed this Congress there has been tho system In prlmo condition. Price yenrs of experience In, to n certain thought thercfrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, atac one of tho principal thing necewary n dotermlned opposition to It. It CO cents. Sold by Ohio County Drug extent, the same kind of business In In nny legislation Is to give some finylation of Food; giving healthy and Co. ,m has mostly come from tho agents' The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. natural cla3. which we now propose to hnvo It en- agency, tho War Finance Corporation o-- o ' bankers who are Interested In the gage. It linn n capital of $500, 000,-00- 0 or gome other agency outside of the farm-loa- n mortgago business. They AXTMIELKJIOUS WAVE paid In. At one time It Issued Federal reserve bank, authority, have an association, and thru that IX GERMANY OX WANK $200,000,000 of bonds found a reaunder tho great exigency sedation they nttacked this farm-loa- n dy hale for them, and those bonds of Bears the Signature this condition of things at the 'system in the courts, nnd they Berlin, Aug., 20. How nearly the were paid Inside of a year. It now jt time, to extend credits to ried It to the courts, and they carried wave of religious arid u ju rFr,nrrrjft has available In tho Treasury, ready the local Dunks In the country, ninny in to tho Supremo Court of the Unlt- - sontlment which accompanied and to tako hold of this export proposiof wiilcli are not members nnd are od States and tied It up for two yea. s.l was a result of the revolution has tion for the purpose of extending not eligible for membership In the They caught the farm-loa- n banks and spent itself is continually being dem credit to domestic banks and con- Federal reserve system, who nre load-- 1 the Joint-stoc- k banks with a lot of onstrated in one wry or another. Re- cerns, oxcocdlng $100,000,000. It eil up with farm paper, cotton paper, commitments; cent school teachers' conventions in that Is, tho farm-loa- n has an organization consisting of men cattlo paper, and all sort of paper banks and tho Jointstock banks had different parts of the country show of great experience ,a board of direc- which must bo carried until there is, taken applications for mortgages and graphically tho progress away from tors known to Senator, and a inan-ngo- r, finally a market. jagroed to make them, and In many In- - the Ideals of the makers of the revo- I think has not Mr. Meyer, who Kind You Havp "The distress for want of credit on stances had placed the mortgages on lutlon. only the confidence of tho public but THE CENTAUR CO MPANV, N ew money to meet! record, and had no The German Teachers' Association vok citv. tho confidence of the Senate and the account of tho tremendous decrease 'tho commitments In tho prices of agricultural products, with. Congress at its national convention In 1919 confldnee of tho farm organizations t to relieve that elded by a small majority against the seem to have been the first! voted $200,000,000 Ho has already done of the country. land banks, retention of religious instruction as a commodities to have been nffocted by situation of tho farm-loa- n a great deal In tho limited way In Joint-stoc- k banks had no such part of the school curriculum. Since which he has carried on the business. a pronounced nnd material reduction but tho in prices and because of which tho relief. then the tldo has set in strongly the "Ah far as possible wo ought now "They have been borrowing of the other way. The Stuttgart teachers farmers of the country, North and to avoid tho creation of new agencountry at G and 7 were the first to chango their cies, new corporations, new bureaus, South, East and West, aro in a very, hanks thruout tho condition, warrants the and 8 per cent to get the money to tude, giving a considerable majority We organized nnd new associations Tho Su- -j in favor of religous instruction. The Government In going much fnrthermoet their commitments. many during the war. In legislation toduy In aid of the preme Court of tho United States hav- - teacher of Westphalia followed suit 'In the haste of preparation for times; In ing declaied tho law legal upon which Now- - thu teachers' associations of the war, In tho feverish effort to get rea- farmors than In normal fact, almost as much as wo would in the banks nre founded, they now province of Hanover and of Hesse-tim- e dy for the great conflict, there wore The Hartford Republican has made a special of war, becaus'i" we all know come to Congress and ask us to In Nassau have reversed their attitude many organized that were really, not clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial founda-- l croaso tho rato at which the law por-- 1 votes in Hanover, 3,510 Of 3,750 a necessity. If we have ono now that that agilculture lies at the nil our prosperity and of all mits them to issue their bonds from wore for retention of religion as part Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one f 1 is functioning nnd has the capital tlon of country and 5 to 5 percent. of the curriculum, with but S4 for ser- our business, both In the and which could perform tho year tor the low price 01 e j . bonds issued its abolition and G7 in favor of sub- "Of all the vices, 1 believe it to be wiser to use In tho city. tho'farm-Ioa- n In aro the only ones stltuting "moral instruction." bonds "Hoforo explaining the pnrticular, that agency. 95 per cent of all teach- provisions of tho bill as I understand 'that are thus limited as to the rato Hesse-Nassa- u Its officers. "As to thu board and sag- - of Interest. Why should they be so ers voted for retention, and but 1 them, permit mo to make some 1 think no ono would suggest that gcstior.s as to nfy views on certain .limited? And when tho Government per cent for tho substitution of morI It hns not been managed wisely, so of tho provisions of the original bill Is offering taxfree certificates at 5?4 al instruction. let uh use It to the cxtont wo can. I realize that on this question of the! por cent, thereby making it lmpossl-prlucipm ft The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest Ibelievo we can use tho War Flnanco of the Government going ble for tho Joint stock land banks to HATCH EGGS SALCorporation to hotter advantage tlpn and best papers in the South and we hope to receive VAGED FROM SNAKE Into business there Is a difference of float their bonds at 5 per cent, wh'j Many to crcato a new corporation. opinion. 1 belong, however, to tho it is not just ahd right to pass a bill many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar an3 Senators know what It has done. I old school that believes that the to raise tho rate in order to let them Rev. E. H. Richards, for 30 years seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in am not going Into tho details, but we least Government in business and the sell their bonds and get the money a Methodist missionary in Africa, rereallzo that some of the great btnples most business in Government, as wo they need to meet their obligations cently returned to this country and your subscription now. Don't delay. which me must export aro cotton, have often heard, is the best. I do and make new loans? in an address to the Methodist board grain and flour, live stock and the not believe that the Government Not alone of missions told of a python that "Whom will It benefit? products of live stock. There is not should engage in tho purchabe and the farmers, because many of the wriggled out of the Jungle one night, cotton for manufacture- today where sale of the products of the farm or banks throughout tho West and thru- entered his henhouse and ate eight The note was filed with the oslo-ne- l's a nation on the face of tho earth us- manufacturd products unless it Is an out the East also made loans to these chickens and nine eggs. Natives and FAKE DEBT RINGS widow for collection ten months ing cotton for manufacture today absolute necessity to save the very joint-stoc- k banks in order to enable missionaries killed tho snake, which THOUGHT TO EXIST after his death. Mrs. Burkett :aiys where tho War Finance Corporation life of tho Nation. them to meet their commitments, was then opened. The eggs were the money was a trust fund niti that has not a stock ready to deliver and "I consented to vote for one bill and this raising of tho rate of Inter- not even cracked and later were sell for cash or credits which aro which authorized the Government to est will enable them to sell their hatched into nine perfectly normal Criminals Prey on Estate of Weal- she loaned it to Cnlonol Roas&relt during the Bull Moor.o convention In thy, New York Authorhandled thru local domestic exporters engage in the purchase and sale of bond's and provide the funds to re missionary chickens. Chicago in 1912. ities Relieve. or firms nnd corporations. 1 did so products. under pro- turn to the banks of tho country the faun Colonel Roosovelt vaached lor UNIONIZING THE EAMERS "In tho case of Poland they have test, nnd our experience since then advances which they have made, Bold, nil the cotton Poland wants diNew York, Aug. 20. Is there an Shunson, sho asserts, and tho falter hns taught me that it was unwise. I thereby giving them that much relief. rect to her manufacturers, taking shall not go Into the details of that It will also provide relief for the . If the unions could enroll all exteneivo criminal ring in this coun- paid the interest on the note e to their obligations which aro guaran experience." farmers who are now having their workers In their organizations, and try that preys ru ihe estates of weal- 117.Assistant District Attorney-- UasSias teed by their banks, and have handlm loans foreclosed, because the loan If the farmers would unionize, then thy and prominent persons by filing says he believes Mrs. Burketc Is the would tho country bo ruled by union spurious claims ( f indebted, ess? them to tho entire satisfaction of ed companies and large estates now have ovcryono without the loss of a dollar. HYPNOSIS DANGEROUS labor. Dut only a fraction of the The claim of Mrs. Emma Richard- victim ot a band that has: deGrI-e- d IN HANKS OF LAYMAN more attractive loans offered them at many prominent men anil nois&en The manufacturers of Poland today do higher rates of Interest and will not workers havo signed up with the son Burkett that in 1912 she loaned unions, and while union labor men (.el Theodon Roosevelt and Charles by presentation of spurious nates. Ha not want tho Government to buy their Vienna, August 20. Hypnosis is a renew at old rates of interest or make have I speak with assurance products. for years been trying to induce J Shunson $fiD.9uO nnd thr thb states the fact that Mrs. Burke'tt askdangerous weapon In the hanus of a new loans at reasonable rates. There the farmer to come in, that canny In- colonel Indoiscd a note to her to that ed that the principal be returnetiIn from having talked with men who are Is a need now for relief for farmers layman, according to Professor four installments, threo ot $2M)GO dividual has been rather more amus amount, suppotle the contention. familiar with tho subject. I am the noted nerve specia- of the West. sure Senators who are familiar with Why should Colonel Roosovelt in- each to go to others than herself; sap-por- ts objection ed than interested at the prospect. "It seems to mo that tho girl was re list. A sixteen-year-ol- d his theory. tho business in tho cotton States will cently brought to his clinic suffering to tho e feature of these bonds For the farmer, first of all, is a capi- dependently wealthy and m .' branch hear me out, that that is one famous, sck n loan from an obvery poor grace from tho talist. While ho works and works from hysteria, accompanied by con comes with DOG IS HERO AT FIRE. hard, he works not for wages but for scure woman thru the medium of an of the business which baa been convulsions and attacks of almost mania men who make that objection to the a return on his investment. Most equally obscure man? ducted with a largo degree ot beneThli quescal rage. Investigations showed that passage ot this bill. There are $17,- When a dweiliac at fit. 1 can explain why the powers of o 000,000,000 ot bonds now farmers employ labor, and belongs tion forms In part tho answer of tho tho girl had been absolutely healthy the War Finance Corporation uro not and normal two months ago, but had held in the United States, and of this both to tho landed proprletorand the Roosevelt eslato to Mrs. Burk itt s Everett, Mass., took fir.e ono nis&tt a dog belonging to the J. T. Logan fraiemploying classes both of which claim. ., broad enough to nld the local banks .. 1....1 . i.ii.. nco l"e" rejieuieuiy liumieu uu. vast amount only $450,000,000 have hnvo beon chosen by the unions as .i fn.,ii,,Hnn. nmv rnrrvlnir farn The colonel'.' signature' ij a forg lly who occupied ono part o Wie system. by the farm-loa- n to lie hypnotized by an amateur been Issued house vociferously barked tax xform nroduct. until they can he Sold InJ"" It seems to me this is certainly a bad their pet enemies. Fall River News ery, members of his family lnsji Ihe sq is one hypnotist that both families were attaintforeign countries, and that win district attorney's 'fflco agr-cry out against the Issuing ot time to reportrrofessor Wngner-Juareg- g view and has l.tdged, Mrs. P.ui latl ed In timo to escape the flamos. "VSio of the principal provisions of the thh o This bonds when tho farmer is ed the case to tho police. The girl Logans remembered when they sot proposed substitute. We offer One Hundred Dollani Reward In the Tombs prison. Is the' third patient brought to tho asking for less than 5 per cent of the for any case of Catarrh that cannot be "Now, it la true thnt the necessity Altho tho signature on the note outside that tho family cat vais still e bonds." clinic within nine months suffering total issue of cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. e in the house but dared for domestic credit Is much greater from a severe hysterical affliction as Hall's Catarrh Medlclpe has been taken closely resembles that of the former the flaming building. Tat tie by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-flv- e President, it is pointed out that he than it was before tho war. Formerot frequent hypnosis. years, and has become known as the ot prefixing a big St. Bernard, however, on inl&siss ly tho principal nations of Europe us- a result most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's was not in the habit If ing cotton and grain and flour made Catarrh Medicine acts'thru the Stood on title to his name when signing any- bis chum and playmato dashed tUuek the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poithing. Tho note contains his title as into the house and soon earner. Static their purchases, and especially ot cot- MERCHANT TELLS OF For Infants and Children son from tho Olood and healing the discarrying tho cat In bis mouth. part of the Indorsement. ton a year's supply la advance, beA REMARKABLE CASE In Us Over Years eased portions.have taken Hall's Catarrh Little of Mrs. Burket's Ufa until for exchango you After cause the 6table market Medicine for a short time you will see a Always bears had varied but slightly from month great Improvement In your general sho came to Danvillle, Ind., where she 'POSSUM NESTED IN (RGA?C WIJE the Writing from Maxeys, Ga. A. J. all- Signature of health. Start taklnK Hall's Catarrh Mediknown. There she to month and tho ability to obtain cine at once and get rid of catarrh. Send was arrested, is Ono Sunday morning tho organfst for testimonials, free. conducted a matrimonial agency un credit in tholr own country enabled ien, proprietor of a large department P. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, Ohio. mm thorn to buy a. year's supply ot cot- storo at that place, says: der tho names of Emma Burkett, Em ot a Raleigh, N. C, church tooe&cyf Sold by all Drug-cist7Sc "I have a customer hore who was STEAM-DRIVEAIRSHIP IS mm ton, a year's supply of wool from ma 11. Burkett and Emma L. Emily. tho keys of the organ but instead cf MONTICELIO'FOR KALE WORKABLE SAYS EXPERT wnlch sold wool, and in'bed for threo years and did not the countries Her method of operation was to ad- tho expected pleasing chords c tfea a year's supply of wheat which they go to a meal at any time. She had vertise that a beautiful and highly opening hymn tho most unpfeaaaml Finding that costs bad jcducated woman whose property was jumhle of sounds Imaginable esine London, Aug. 20. Driving an airpurchased at certain seasons of the flvo physicians and thoy gavo her up. year ahd carried as security to tholr One bottle ot Tanlac got her up; on ship by steam Is the very latest stunt hecomo too burdensomo, J. M. Levy, tied up In litigation wished a situa- from the pipes. Experts woro catful tho second bottlo sho commenced ovolved'by a former expert of the owner of Montlcello the old home ot tion nB housekeeper, "object matri- in hurriedly but in splto of all manufacturers during that year. Thomas Jefferson, near Charlettes-vlll- o, mony," could do tho Instrument continued "They can not do that now. Why? keeping house and on the third she Royal Air Force. Vo says he will sell tho estate Capt. W, P. Durtnall, who was forr because ot tho rate of exchango did all the cooking and housework for First, Scores of men answered tho adver- to give forth only weird, unezrtWj merly staff captain in tho chief me- provldod he can find a purchaser tisements, and to them sho wrote ask- moans and discords. A man iroan which so fluctuates that no Importer a family of eight." This sounds really incredible, but chanical and electrical engineers' de- "deemed ablo and worthy to own ing money for wedding trousseau and the factory arrived a few days- - tatar. a foreign country dares to purIn It the victim He lookedl the organ over and Urn chase a year's supply of cotton. I It comes unsolicited from a highly partment ot tho Royal Air Force, such a shrine." Mr. Levy values traveling expenses remember nn Incident last fall when creditable source and is a copied ver- claims to havo figured out a method Montlcello at $1,000,000 but says If sent funds ho never heard from her yanked a ninopound 'possum from u by means of which airships can be ho could persuade the government to again. big pipe where ho had ovldentlr es exchango on tho 1st of August ot last batim from tho letter. Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. driven by steni buy the estate as a summer home for Af tut- tablished his headquarters. year between hero and Great Britain Mrs. Ilurkctt Imprisoned. very consorvatlvo presidents, bo would sell for and L. II. Dean and by all leading drugwo- - that the organ played as uerfccUj. According i was selling at ?3.80, I bollevo. For theso alleged frauds tho Advertisement. account of the Invention, as given out on account of conditions them arising gists everywhere. man was sentenced to imprisonment, as ever. ngri-cnltur- nl by tho air ministry, It docs nwny completely with tho ordinary boiler, steam being generated by means of internal combustion power or heat energy. The superheated steam heat energy Is supplied to special steam motors, which nre rovorslble and can be controlled from a contral control station. HoaVy oil Is used ns fuel and It Is claimed that the driving machinery can be safely placed Inside the frame of tho airship Instead of In separate gondolas as at present. This will bring nbout n great reduction In air resistance nnd will therefore reduce the power required for propulsion. It Is claimed that the new system will function nt altitudes hitherto unattainable with the ordinary- type of internal combustion engine. ChiBdren Cry for Fletcher's CJjfotfttfas Just-as-go- od , What is CASTOR! A f n- j , je , genuine CASTORS A always car-pnse- nt ' anti-religio- ttf i In Use For Over The U Years Always Bought ch i tax-fre- $1.75 lc - inter-natlon-a- tax-fre- two-fami- ly tax-frc- , tax-fre- How's tax-fre- no-on- re-ent- er CASTOR For A 30 N up-ke- ly kinds below tho needs of the trade Tho fact that the ITmioitono eontlnuis blow In heuvv STRAY STREAKS English Government's terms have not steers, with few prlmo ripe kinds ofdown, In manner othyet boen turned fered. (Dy Fluke McFluko.) er than by and through the speech Published Weekly by Quotations: Prlmo heavy steers HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY lof de Vnlera, nnd that time con 77.fi0; heavy shipping steers $6.50 tinues to pass and tho official ansIncorporated It hni been reported to us that wer yet unmnde, may bo a hopeful Rufus Bradshaw bought, among oth- ff"!; medium to good sfccrj $G0 to the discriminating 'no; llRht SGiffe; fat heifers ?&?? way. . .. ;. :. sign that lasting peaco Is on the good will 6. er things, Albert Rial's IV. S. TINSLKY, Editor 6. HO; fat cows $GQ6.75; medium to when he 'took .tho popcorn business dressers of tin's com- tint! Business Manager. (lompers wants tho prico of every over, but Uradshaw, eo it Is said, has good cows $355; cutters $233: except wages, but received nothing worth mentioning canners $1 U"i bull $3.50(ff 5; feedinunity a most lavish Entered according to law1 at the thing reduced . X, j Foatoftlce, Hartford, Ky., as unll don't touch that. Knowing It to be from any good will loft him ns a lega- ers $CC.D0; stockcrs $3.G0fi.7ri; 1 -milch cows $20 5? 00. offering of the newest mattor of tho second class. an absolute necessity, we are rather cy from the Kaiser. Calves Market fiOc higher on top Inclined to tho belief that tho Amerito can wage enrner Is willing to take Best vonle veals; others unchanged. models in Ladies' and Address nil communications When Albert Klnl sold Dradsliaw basis. Mr his outfit, Including good will, it re- at S8.no down; medium to good $3 rtj ITho Hartford Hepubllcan. his share on a fifty-fift- y Misses' Suits. Pure Gompers stnted in a speech recently minded us somewhnt of the once not- B; common $2 P.. Hogs Prices up 2Gc on all grades, not been ed Jim Cap, who It Is said once went NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS that the price of living had wool fabrics, choice in all sources. a Subscribers desiring tbo paper sent reduced. A statement of that char- to Owenshor6 nnd contracted to a with brisk demand from Somo reaction from Tuesday's severe tendency to disto & new nddress must give the old acter will hnve n coon Fur Vendor, some design, and the richest 120 to 225 kddress in making the request. credit most everything else he might olltia In tin triform na (tint lnlirtit run loss. Top hogs from Business Locals nnd Notices 10c have to say, as It would be extremePound, at J9.26; heavto 22G ponn. . ever assembled in for a stipulated sum. a portion of line, and 8c per lino for each to "s Pnn" ly difficult to pick out a single Item which was to be advanced. insertion. The 00 ponnd. down i. 25; throw- ; Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards that has not receded In price. Though prospective Fur Buyer waited, and jioint of tone and colof Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for we are willing to concede that scores outs $6 down then waited some more but Mr. Cap money each head line and slgnautre, Sheep nnd Lambs Trade generally or. Long lines are anjl scores of things are yet sold the failed to show up with the pelts. Fi (n advance. Bulk of the top lambs nt profiteering figures. nally ho mot Cnp nnd remonstrated unchanged. services free, consumer Church Notices for strong in suits, with tint other advertisements, lc per Nearly all of the things produced In at his failure to. deliver the pelts ac- nt $10 down; seconds $4.50tff5. Best word. the rural sections which are used for cording to contract. Cap told lilm fat shcop $1 down; bucks $2.50 will Anonymous communications navy, tan and brown the sustenance of life, In so far as he could have the skins anytime he down. Choice lambs with weight receive no attention. tho producer Is concerned, have pret- - Hirmn tn cot them. In so far ns ho (brought up to Sl'o.25. leading in chosen colProduce ty nearly struck bed rock. Dressed L concernC(1 nml nt tne snine tmo TELEPHONES Buying prices net to shippers, the lamb in sufficient quantity to last a ho reminded the buyer of the con- ED ors. Farmers Mutual small family several days may now imri flint la. Mm nnnn aktriR worn In shipper paying freight and drayage be purchased of tho farmer for $1.25 bo taken as they ran, nnd, that ti,e charges, are As in the last three AUGUST 20 Eggs Candled 2SJ?2!c dozen. Hill DAY to $1.30. coons nnd skins were still running ' Poultry Hens ISc lb.; spring In those hills around Mngan Station or four seasons, quali chickens ISc lb.; roosters 9c lb.; old The secret organization or society but they were his for the catching. geese REPUBLICAN TICKET styled the "Ku Klux Klan" seems to ducks 12c lb.; turkeys 25c lb.; ty is a strong key-not- e 6c lb.; guineas old $? dozen. in be having rather hard sledding MrrwA the worst thing we've had About Butter Country 31c lb. spots. Mayor Smith of Louisville happen to us In some time was when in most lines. We are It Is not a friend dropped Into the office and has given out the word that NOTICE. . rt,stfS nrenared to show you to inyade that City. All of the Louis- axed us If we wanted a nice water , rwifMrit All persons having claims against a If wo mistake not, mellon'. u .vsnyyiiis ' r ville Papers, Wo told him no we reckon- strongly condemn the bringing of tne cd not. and ho says "It's a nice one, tho estate of Jerry J. Tilford, dece.is-cwill please present same, prop' r- organization Into the city ind sanc- crew upon a fresh, green vine, and tion and uphoM the Ma..oi in his at- iio knew It was a dandy. We im- ily verified, to Mrs. Jerry J Tilford, titude. It Is said that tho chief pur- mediately had visions of about the Adinx. nt her home at Fordsvllle, Ky , pose of the society is to assist in the longest price you ever heard of for within sixty days hereafter. This Aug. 12. 1921. enforcement o the law and the mtot-;n- g a water mollon. and agin we says no, ilw A .D. KIRK, Atty. tIJ to the evil doers, we don't like 'em much at our house, 7t.1p oul of t qu tion and, ver, naturally, the tivepr ices. besides the last one we et dld'nt hEssss? THANKS VOTERS. prises: why 'be secretlveness of the agree with us and we had sorter dellilnir? I is i&sslble that tiv or-- 1 cided wo wouldn't eat anymore of 'em Popular priced models - - - - $20.00 to $30.00 Beaver 'Dam, Ky., Aug. 24. 1921 ganizatijii meets with general disfa- Well, he says that's just my doggon Hor Circuit Judge I take this means to express, my to the luck, nover becai-s$32.50 to $45.00 of odium attached R. W. SLACK vor Finer models tried to glve,you anything name, ac not so long ago the same before In my life and here It is, you sincere thanks" to the voters who supFor Commonwealth's Atlomoj Let us show vou our line. "Klan" or what was by the same won't take as a gift the best water ported me in the late Primary for the CAUDE E. SMITH known, terror to the heart rd mellou I ever saw. Gee! how we nomination for Sheriff. Altho 1 wa Hor Circuit Court Clerk defeated I hold no malice towards Foul of ai y and all who happened to FRANK BLACK meet with disfavor with the organi- something to fall oir us. Our wife any one who saw fit to support any of However. I feel lor Iteprt"eiilntle zation, or any, who in any manner would beat us to death if she know my opponents. IRA JONES grateful to the honest men and wo- -' got in its way. The Ku Klux KJan about this, so please don't tell It. men who supported me without monFor Comity Judge at one time could have given the ey or the promise of a job. I am a R. R. WEDDING modern day "Possum Hunter" the If Congress enacts that law. or Republican from principle and not would have whole deck and then For County Court Clerk and for office, I will be found doing all amendment regarding search captured every trick. If there be E. G. BAP.RASS In private homes we're go- I can for the Parties ultimate suc- any reaj good in the society for the seizure Hor County Attomo ing to quit this foolish business of cess. Lord's sake change its name. OTTO C. MARTIN trying to edit a newspaper and go In- God grant me this: the right to come to the business of retailing copper Hor Sheriff at night. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY OF G. A. RALPH boilers, tubingand attachments. Back to my loved ones, head erect, BUSY CITIZEN Hor Tax Commissioner and true; Somebody told us about the Beaten and bruised and from a losROY KEOWN John T. Moore, born at Hartford, lightning striking Malen Heflln's Hor Jailer ing fight. Ky., March 22, 1872. Received his meat house down at Centertown tho Let me be proud in what I've tried to HUDSON NATHANIEL education at Hartford College. Im- other day, but he said as why it did do. Hor Coroner The Regular Fall Term of mediately upon graduating from the no damage Was because the house Let me come home defeated If 1 W. A. HIMES accepted position as clerk was empty and everything, nothing college must. Hor County Surveyor with the Bank' of Hartford, in which you 'might say to 'iiake a connection But clean of liands, and honor unlm-pareC. S. MOXLEY institution he served for over twenty with. Hor J. P. O. C, District No. 1 years as clerk, assistant cashier, Still holding firmly to my children's , J. P. McCOY Is member of cashier, and director. If we were single and did not'want trust, ' District No. 3 the Rotary Club of this city, of the to get ourself married we would sure Still worthy of the faith which they Methodist -- n, Vake a 1oi In ths Ohio County Hill FELIX. SHAVER Clifton- - Crescent have shared. church, and director of the Wesley Drug co's. store. We are not. us a God grant me this: Whate'er the fates Dibtrict No. 3 of the Welfare general proposition, much given to House, contingent Q. B. BROWN decree, eLagiie. He is cashier of the Louis- superstition, altho we believe it a Or do I win or lose life's little game, Will Begin District No. 4 Reserve Bank bad time to plant taters In the light J still would keep my children proud.' ville Branch-FederJ. R. MURPHY of St. Louis, which position he has of the moon, also corn, and boards of mc District No. 5 held since the opening of the bank in put on a building at that time -- will Nor once regret that they mustTje'ar J. W. GRAY December 1917. Louisville Evening turn and swap ends, bemy name. District No. fl Post. sides we know fish won't bite when Thanking the people for their courAt 8:30 O'clock A.M. MACK MARTIN The above biography of Mr. Moore the wind is blowing from tho east, tesy and hospitality? I beg to remain, appeared and wo won't put on our left shoe a former Hartford citizen, District No. 7 Yours very respectfully, The public, especially patrons of the school, inIn the Evening Post of date, August first, nor get up until our wife has J. W. TAYLOR CARL M. TAYLOR. vited to be present at the opening exercises. County is breakfast ready, but, we say, but! 23. Hartford and Ohio District No. I justly proud of this, another of her look, three marriages of persons out MATTHEWS THANKS Courses offered: Classical and Vocational AgL. J. PICKEREL citizens who has made for himself a of that drug store Inside of three riculture. VOTERS OF COUNTY 3'"or Constable, District No. 7 splendid reputation. months is enough to get one's goat. The school's high standard will be maintained. R. H. BASHAM I fully appreciate the support givTO THE VOTERS JOHN PEYTON MISS MARY MARKS, Principal. en me in the recent primary, in ny much-talke- d . OF OHIO COUNTY of Tho heretofore, race for the Republican nomination onormous (?) reduction In the salary Mr. John Peyton, aged 55 years, for Circuit Court Clerk and shall of the Teachers of Ohio County, may died at his home in Louisville, last I want to say that I am profoundly always be thankful to those who renbo verified by closely scrutinizing the week of ptpmalne poisoning caused thankful to the nearly !O0 voters of dered assistance in .both word and NOTICE six months, bearing Interest at the official schedule which will be found by eating sardines. The body was this good county who expressed deed. For those who deemed it best rHto of c per cont per annum from upon page one of this issue. Com- brought to Ohio County and buried themselves for me for County Court to give their vote to either of my opOhio' Circuit Court. date until paid, and to have the force parison with the schedule in effect at the Peyton' burning grounds, near Clerk, while I have no unkind feel- ponents and to the successful candi two years or more ago, might be Shllo, Church, on last Sunday". Mr.' ing toward those who saw fit to sup- date, Mr. Black as well, I have naught R. B. Martin, executor of the eatato nnd effect of a Judgment. of W. N. Martin, deceased, PlainGiven under my hand this tho ICth worth something to somo people. port" others. Peyton formerly resided in the but the kindliest of feeling and feel tiff. day of August, 1921. I entered this race with the hope assureu mat my nest menus wtu were laid where his remains vs. Notico of Sale. R. B. MARTIN, of being tho choice of thepeople dn join with me in doing everything, in Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sunday are to to rest. He had served twenty-fpu- r Exparte. Executor of tho estate of Wi N. Mari Army, went thru, the clean merits, but failed. our power 13th, years in the U. S. bo in Louisville, September for the electfon tin, Deceased. By virtue of a judgment and' orI made a hard, honest fight and 'did of Mr. Black, but the entire ticket. war. ,was with Gen. when Mr. Sunday will speak or preach Spanish-America- n in tbo MerohantsVand Manufacturers' Funston in Mexico, with- - tho U. S. nothing that I am ashamed of. j It is a good one and deserves to suc- der of sale, of the Ohio Circuit. Court Heavrin & Martin, Attorneys. I as executor of the estate of W. N. NowT I want to say that I am more ceed. building at the State Fair Grounds, Forces in France during the late-war- . i Martin, deceased,, will, offer for sale Sincerely, ' that being the second day of the At the conclusion of peace, or soon than thankful to the good people, of TAXES NOW DUE V. A. MATTHEWS, . ui puouc .puigry, to .me, nignest and Stato Fair. It Is morally certain that thereafter, ho was mustered out with this county for the kindness shown Mid-wa- y best bidder at the Court House door mo while in and around their homes, Fordsvllle, Aug. 25, 1921. Sergt. tho Tax Bills for 1921 have attractions will do but the rank of Color t In Hartford, Kentucky, on Mondav. j Besides his. wife and three children and I wish to state that I have an ex little business from; 2 to 3 o'clock on been placed in my hands for , i September Bth, 1921, (it being tho NOTICE he is survived by three brothers;! tremcly warm feeling toward ' the t that date. i All persons owning land affected nrat day of the regular September collection You are requestchildren, whom I Walter, Jesse and S. H. Peyton and-- many bright-face- d been assessed In the term of th,e Qhlo Cpunty Court) at Thank goodness wo are immune one sister, Mrs. Lizzie Coy, the latter met, and learned to 16ve, many of and which hasFkralnncva .., i.TTnv Muffolt v....nvr Tltatlt u.v about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M,, ed to call and settle so that . mwmiv, turn J big syndicate of swindlers four are residents of Ohio County them giving me a hearty wish from the place of burial of' success, and In conclusion 1 want to I hereby notified to call on C. O. Hun- - upon a credit of three and six months, we may both get the matter Aho are said, to bo flooding the coun- - and adjacent to the t urge all of my friends to get behind I ter, County Treasurer of Ohio Coun- - or for cash, if tho purchaser desires, behind us. Early ' . try with forged, and spurious securi- the deceased Mr. Peyton. settlement : 'tho ontlre Republican tlcketafld Ijelp ty, and pay their assessment on or be- - tho following described personal ties. If they ,over come this way will save trouble, don't ne; fore the first day of October, 1921. property, vjz; they e.Utycr pass us up as a wise? guy, HAND SCHOOLS TO TEACHERS them win in November. On all assessments not paid on or be- Sincerely, Five shares of the capital stock of glect this matter. "tight wad" or a poverty stricken Pay now. M. G. SCHnOADER, foro that date tho Board of Drainage the Reaver Dam Deposit Bank, of Because of a large deficit In the sticker, At any rate they do not' S. A. BRATCHER, Commissioners will issue bonds pur Beaver Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky, .pester u, and that is some satlsfac-lo- n, treasury of the Dade county, Fla., suant to law for all unpaid assess- being the samo pwncd by W. N. MarLOUISVJLLE MARKETS Sheriff Ohio Co. reason. Wo have school board, teachers In tho public whatever their ments? tin, deceased, "hunch," that the latter is the best Eel'oola of that county have been au- Given under, onr bands this the Cattle Fair call for the best Tho purchaser will be .required to firrlzed to bperate them as private .. fcct. FOIt SALE school;.' untll'tlrt! board is ctraJghten- - light butcher stock, but trade slow 24th day of August, 1921. cxecuto bonds immediately after saje, One first class, saddle and harness BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS- with good security to be approved by horso, Pmnhesvinc as to the outcome In of. "J' again. and lias .enovgn iiionev and barely steady, especially on Bevcn years old. Tho price Is SIONERS, of Ohio County. grades. Big call continues for me, unless ho pays cash. Said, bonds, right. i"y the regular salarlos If the tho Irish situation is a rather uncer-1'- 0 By S. T. IJARNETT, Chairman. if executed, shall bo in equal Installtain business nltho as time passes enchiif do as uuthorizel they will the good quality stockcrs and feedors JAMES A. TATE, M. A. FOGLE, Secretary. 9t2 ments due and payable in three and at steady firm rates. Supply of beet ihoro 18 apparent signs of the thaw- - bo allowed to charge tuition. Hartford, Ky. BnESSBCZST The Hartford Republican Ing of tho Ice. WE ANNOUNCE -- I J one-hundr- al J8-2B- ! J ill wM , il CoL I MM j d, 0 wME?tttirtt'si?iPmxi& MMmW 'li;l, " st-u- ck ' I Carson . Co Hartford, Kentucky. I ANNOUNCEMENT d. Hartford Graded and High School Monday, September 5 al ' cqm-inuni- ty not-onl- - I , - tl mo-diu- m K 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 dresses in all the leading styles and fabrics, colar Trr Ohio County Kcpubllcnn Mif Iloulah Moor, City rot'irnwl yesterday from the Washington counCommittee has boon called to try, where the had been visiting Mls meet at the Court HouBe tomorrow Edith Tinslcy since Sundnj. nftornodn at 12:4C. Mlg Helen Morton Hnll, of Madl- Mr. A. (J. Hutler nnd Miss Hcnre Porter, of Ue&vtr Dam, wera nn'fnl Fonvllle, armed in Hartford yoster- in marriage Monday rlgM, at tSe day, to he tho guest of Mrs. Doss Taylor, for a few dqys, home of the bride's During an electrical storm last Mr. Ernest Wilson together with Saturday, "lightning struck the meat his family has moved Alabama, to houst- of M D- - Heflln, at Centortown. No serious damago was done. - , Wire Fence We have just received a car load of Greonvllle, Ky., where Mr. Wilson will b engaged for some time. Mrs. A. U. Hlley nnd .sons, John Mr?. Sidney Williams and Infant nnd llaxter left Saturday for Evans-vill- daughter returned to Hartford yesInd., and Hcrrln, III., to spend terday from a days' visit with a week or ten days with relatives. Mrs. Williams parents at Luzerne. e, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke will MJm Clara Jnndebeur of Evnns-vlll- e, loave today for Chlsnion, III., on an lnd., U spending several days In extended vlslt with Mrs. Duke's sis- Hartford, tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. ter, Mrs. Frank Hnys and Mr. Hays. W. C. Schlemmer and other relatives. Mrs. A. I. Taylor and dnughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chlnn of BeaMiss Mary Lee, who spJnt last week ver Dam and Mrs. Ann Shultz likewith Mrs. Taylor's parents, Mr. nnd wise of Beaver Dam were visitors fn Mrs. W. U. Render, hnve returned to Hartford from Monday until Thura- their home In Owonsboro. ay. ' Mr. and Mrs. David youngest son of Central turn home today, after a few days hero with mother, Mrs. Jennie T. Miller and .Mr. J. Ney Foster and family have City, will re- moved from Elaine, Ark., to Der-mhaving spent of the same state. ,Mr. Foster Mr. Miller's is now with the Standard Oil Co., of Miller. Louisiana. Mr. M. B. Barnard and family, who have been residents of Tomnolin, Miss., during the past two years have returned to this community and will AMERICAN WOVEN WIRE FENCE Barbed Wire, Nails and kindred articles. Lowest prices in six years. See us before buying. i ot, ii -- Mnimitm l" n . K1 ors, etc. New Blouses in Georgette and Crepe de Chine, that formerly sold for $10.00 and $12.50; beautiful styles now , Messrs. Theodore nnd John Clove, accompanied by Dr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Maddox and little son, who had l"3cn visiting Mrs. J. C. iilll nnd family, returned to Louisville, Tuesday. Mr. Earl Eastwood of Lexington, arrived here Saturday to spend a week with his uncle, Mr. J. D. Duke nnd family and other relatives in tho ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. again reside upon Mr. Barnard's form near town. Their return 13 welcomed by their many friends. pK50 . Advance Fall Millinery, consisting of Etc. We can supply your early wants; Call and A JCO The Hartford , Rev. L. W. Tichenor of Center-tow- n who Is assisting In the erection Sunhydale and Dundee communities. of a residence on the farm of Rev. Harper in the Alexandria neighborMr. and Mrs. 11. L. Duke and little hood 'was called home yesterday to daughter, Mildred, of Henderson, ar- conduct the funeral of Wm. rived In town Wednesday, to visit g his brother, Mr. U. E. Dukft and sisMr. J. H. B. Carson, of Carson & ter, Mrs. W. A. Drown, of near Co., who, accompanied by Mrs Carson, had been on a business trip to Mr. J. W. O'llannon of Kussollvllle, Louisviiie.and a short visit with lr. was in Hartford yesterday, the guest Carson's brother, Dr. E. A. Carson of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Duke at a and Mrs. Carson, of Corbin arrled birthday dinner given in honor of the home the first of this week. 85th birthday of Mrs. O'Dannon's Mr. F. L. Felix and daughter, Mrs. father, Mr. D. W. Stewart. C. B. Klnskern, Mr. Kinskern and Robert Sidney Walker, who has a their little son, of Hlndsdale, 111., are position with a mercantile house in expected to arrive in Hartford early Mallory, W. Va., will return to that in September and will likely remain place tomorrow after spending the In Kentucky durlrg the month. Mrs. week hero with his parents, Mr. and Felix IS in Washington, D. C, visit- -' Ing her eon, Mr". D. D. Felix. Mrs. it. D. Walker and family. e, While Our Present Stock Lasts Buckets, Y-- al Buckets, 4 quart y -- . .' , Republican , KHID.W, .AUGUST M PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS i MIss Ida Hurt of Birmingham, Mrs. J. W. O'Dannon, of Russell-villAla., Is the guest this week of Miss arrived here Monday to spend Gertrude Schlommcr, City. a few days with hef sister, Mrs. R. E. Duke and Mr. Duke. She will also Hov. Russell Walker, pastor of the visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hartford llaptist church is spending Stewart, at Cromwell, before the week in Dawson Springs. Portland Cement at County Agent D. B. and Mrs. Mc- - ACTON DROS. Mako that old house new with Red Spot Paint. ACTON DROS. " Mr. K. C. Dyers of Olaton, was in town yesterday, on business: Inteer are parents of a little born Thursday of last. week. I girl, Mrs. S. O. Kewon and Mrs. W. S. 'Tlnsley will go to Louisville today, ro- 'turning tomorrow or Sundar I Charlie Hagerman, City, returned 'Monday from Louisville, where he Prof. Roy H. Forcmanclty, made a had spent three or four days. business trip to Frankfort this week Messrs. Thomson Stewart and Jos. Rev. T. T. Frazlor will fill his T. Davis of Taylor Mines were appointment a( Goshen, Sun- - tors at this office Tuesday, while in " I vlsl-regul- ar day. Ro-sin- i town, e, The brick and concrete residence Mr. Frank Wallace of South was In town Tuesday on busl- - being, erected by A. C. Acton, adjacent to Acton Bros, otore is progress'ness. ing nicely. Mr. Dorry Dudley Walker will go Attorney nnd Commonwealth's to Louisville tomorrow, on a. business Mrs. C. E. Smith, accompanied by mission. Mrs. O. T. Burns, spent Tuesday in Mrs. Delia Doling of East Hartford, Owensboro. is visiting friends and relatives in Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk Illinois. Wednesday night with a five party, in, honor of their guest, Dick Williamson of Graham, is tho guest this week of John Allen Wil- - 'Miss. Artie Iay. son, City. R. R. Riley, Cashier of the Citizens' Bank attended the meeting of Messrs. John Taylor and Curtis Ma pi (3 are. spending the week-en- d in tho State Bankers' Association, in Louisville, this week! Owensboro. - . Mr. C. 'B. Howard, superintendent Mr. William Maddox of Echols, was in the city Tuesday, on a busi- of Bond Br6s. plantation and lumber business' At Gates, Tenh., spent Sunness errand. day and Monday iier'o with" his fatal- r ;' Prof. Jenkins of Owensboro was v. here' this Veek Inspecting "the local Little Miss Hettid Riley Carson, business school. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 6. D. Car' Mr. W. M'i Fair, 'of Fair & Co., son, city, spent last week end with m-L- t to Loulaylllo Tuesday, on busi- Misses Hettio and Ruth Riley ot ' .. ness for his firm. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Keown and Misses Cliff IeFellx and Mary Marks, City, are spending tho week little daughter returned to Lexington today, after spending several days at Dawson Springs. in Hartford and Ohio County,' with Galloway, of Bowling relatives and friends. Miss Flora Green, is the guest this week of Miss Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Tanner ot Cora Hagerman, City. PorUmoutlAoblo, after spending sev' Mr. and Mrs., Marvin Parks of eral "days hero with Mrs. Tanner's pa'rents',' Mr. and Mrs. T.'H. Bean Hartford and Miss Ena Wostorfleld in Owensbo- and other relatives,' have returned of Beda, spent Tuesday, homo. I ro. J . . Prof. Forest P. Bell of Buford, left Tuesday for Van Lear, Ky., where he goes to assume the superintenden-c- y cible $2.40 of the High School. Prof. Bell is a graduate of the University of KenBrooms 40 and 50c tucky and a teacher of several years Outside White Paint, per gal: .$1.85 experience. Van Lear is to be conMeal, 10 pounds 25c gratulated on securing the services of Meal, 25 pounds 60c Miss Allie Belle Allen, of Chicago, Prof. Bell. 5 gal. Oil 75c 111,, who has been the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Fuqua, or sister, Mrs. John D. Wilson and Judge This does not mean that the above is a cheaper Wilson during the past two wp"lss, Louisville, are spending the week line of Merchandise than we have been handling. l.ft Wednesday for Hawcsville. where with" Mr. Fuquaa parents, Rev. and she will visit relatives several days Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, city and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Canary of Route before returning to her home. 3. Mr. Fuqua is a motorman in the. Mrs. S. O. Keown and Mrs. Gilmore. employe of the Louisville City Rail.The Quality Store. ICeown and the latter's little daugh- way and bad not lost a day since Virginia, spent Wednesday Easter Sunday, until be came home ter, Ruth with Mrs. Josie Duke of Dundee, go- on his vacation. ing from there to Fordsville. where By oversight we failed to make they visited other relatives yesterday mention in the issue of last week of the play given at the School building Mr. G. J. Christian and family, sojourning among us during the on Tuesday of that week, by the stu past nine months returned to their dents, under direction of Miss Mary farm near Horse Branch, Tuesday. Marks and Prof. W, P. Rhoads. - A The removal from our midst, of this good house was present to enjoy the gpod family is regretted by all who entertainment. The net procceds amounted to near $75.00, which ac know them best. crues to the benefie of the school. Hon. A. S. Bennett, Chairman of Misses Magdalene and Lottie May the Kentucky Workmen's Compensation Board spent from Friday to Rogers, of Pikeville, spent WednesTuesday In Hartford. Mr. Bennett day and Thursday in Hartford, the was here to hear a case growing out guests ot Mrs. Isac Foster. They will ot an Injury sustained by a workman spent several days with other rela in the employe of the-- Rockport Coal tives In Ohio county. Instead of reCo. turning to Pikeville, they will go to Lexington, where they will tnter Tho Mr. and Mrs. George Schroader re- University of Kentucky. Their fathturned Monday from Louisville, er, Mr. Fon Rogers having purchased where they had been in attendance of a home in that City they will hencea Seventh Day. Adventlst.Cajnp moot- forth reside there. ing. They left yesterday for Indianapolis, Ind., via Evansvllle, on a NOTICE. prospecting tour in search of a Notice is hereby given that the unGARAGE dersigned land owners will on MonMr. and Mrs. R. E. Duke, city, day, the Sth day ot September, 1921, Main Street went to Cromwell late yesterday ev- file their petition in the Ohio County HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ening, and 'will spend' several days Court asking the Honorable Mack thero with Mrs. Duko's .parents, Mr, Cook, Judge of said court, to estab and Mrs. B. W. Stewart, and other lish a public road from the Dan Sta relatives In that community. They tlon and Yemnn public road to Horse. will go from there to Russellvllle, Branch, in Ohio County, Kentucky ,i where they will visit Mr. and Mrs.M. ovor the following route: B. C. Wilson's land; thence across yards to the lands ot Jack Walker; Dcginnlng at Dan Station and Yea-m- said Wilson's land the same direc- thence across said Walker's lands the W. O'Bannon. public road on G. J. Hoover's tion about 300 yards to N. Q, l's same direction 'about 4p0 yards to Mr. J. kP. Vincent ot Centertown land; thence running a southeastern land: thence across said Dos- - the lands ot Kouseau Maue'nJ th'enco was In Hartford yesterday. Mr. Vin- direction with the I. C. R. R. Com- well's land the. same direction 200 across tho lands of said Maden tho cent suffered the misfortune to lose pany line of right of way across said yards to the land' of Eb Ford, thonqo same direction about '400 yards' to his wife last weok, Aug. 16. Mr. and O. J. Hoover's land a distance of acrvss said Ford's land in the same the lands of D. T. Wilson; thonco Mrs. Vincent bad been companions about 60 yards to the land ot Park direction about 300 yardB to D. Kirk's across- - the lands of said Wilson the for more than 60 years and 4 months, and Denton; thence across said land land: thence across the lands of said samo course about 500 yards. having been joined in wedlock April ot Park and Denton the 'same course Kirk, tho same direction about 100 a. J. noovEn, JAQ1C WALKER. 4th, 1S61. Mrs.' Vincent was 83 aboift 200 yards to the lands ot Er- yards to tho lands of W, L Wilson; N. Q. BOSWELL, years, 3 months 'and 16 days old at nest Woodward, thence, .across said thonco across-thJands of. said WilBy C, S. Moxley, County Enclueer. Woodward's land about 1C0 yards to son the same direction about 500 tho dato of her death. Fu-qu- a's Galvanized Tubs No. 3 5 gal. Never Fail Oil Cans . Brass King Wash Boards Handled Axes 10qt. Onyx Water Buckets, enamel 12 qt. Onyx Water Buckets, enamel 10 qt. Preserving Kettle y Post Hole Diggers, Kohlers genuine Invin..-- 2 gal. extra heavy Buckets Galvanized Pails, 10 qt 12 quart Pails Well Buckets, 8 qt Galvanized Tubs No. 1 .' - 5c 20c 50c 25c 30c 30c .65c . . 80c .$1.50 $1.25 $1.00 $1.25 85c WILLIAMS & TAYLOR LOOK You are on the right road to get service. BROWN & JARNAGIN'S an Bos-wel- o CUT EXPENSES IS ORDER FROM HAYS I'ostnm'tcr-Geiirni- l fill t'nrty LnlMirlng T IMrilxcH Orders Kcoiioiny. Kill (I would be more busincFS In govorn-mtn- t. postmastor general ban Tho Just sont detailed Instructions to 10,-0imstmnstors notifying them of the necessity, of cutting their expenditures in every possible way consisTires and accessories, feathtent with the maintenance of good erweight MQtor Bikes, MoHnflfefilHHIIi SRelatfHUE&BWMv sorvlce. It is the Intention of Postmaster General Hays to reduce the tors for bicycles, Telephones ntuiXTV to cmumic.v operating oxpeneos of the postal deand Supplies, Line Construc partment $15,000,000 n year by the Hir-per'- s An oi lai'y In Vermont. sn tion Material, Electrical Sup plan which has been worked out and Magazine, was much concerned approved by him and his advisers. In by tho contents of a letter she had plies, Shoe and General Rehis statement to the postmnstors of received from her sister In Boston. Shop. the United States, Mr. Hnys snys: "Listen to this, Henry," sho said to pair Is called o the acute her husband, as sho proceeded to "Attcnlon If it's fixablc we fix it. financial condition of the country and read from the letter. "1 call It nothBoth telephones. tho urgency of meeting tho desire of ing short of cruelty." tho President for economy in public "Why, what's tho trouble?" nuked MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP expenditures, as far as possible In the Henry. postal service." "In this letter," resumed tho old Beaver Dam, Ky. The postmaster alms to eliminate lady, "Abigail tells me she gets help extravagance and expensive methods In rnlsln' her children from a mothwhich crept into the postnl service er's club. I do believe In a slipper during and Immediately after the somotlmes, an' a good blrchln' don't war. To a gronter or less oxtent, the do a child nny harm, but I never In participated all my life used a club on any of my Postofflce Department In all war work, such as the draft, tho offspring!". Liberty loans, food fuel and labor conservation and, In short, all war CliH'KKNS MVK IN S.N'AKK Succeed when everything tUe fails. activities which touched the civilian In nervous prostration nr.d female bLw irSBSfflBtf EH A population. A Clay county, Kans., farmer put a This necesstated a vast wcaknesse ihfy nte the supreme Increase in clerical force and nn In- hen with a brood of chickens in a remedy, at lhouw.anil3 have testified. crease In operating expenses, qnlto box. A little later his son noticed n j FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND aside from tho payroll. The war Is lnrgo snako near the chicken coop and Firestone first made the low price to Plant No. 2. This permits, the STOMACH TROUBLE price reduction on this tire from of $13.95 on the Standard Non-Ski- d, over and yet there has been very lit- with nn nx proceeded to cut off its it 13 the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter. May 2. Unusual purchasing power , $16.65 to $13.95. No such value has tle ciirtailmont in tho extraordinary head. To his surprise a dead chick rkv.T through big volume of business, and ever before been offered tire users. oxponsos or in tho auxiliary help or en dropped out. Straightway he cut the great efficiency of its $7,000,000 If your dealer hasn't the Extra-Siz- e ovortime. some more and throe live chickens Plant No. 2, manufacturing excluin stock ask for our StandPostmaster General Hays orders the appeared, followed by another dead sively 30x3 Jj size, made this possible. type at the same ard Non-Ski- d elimination at once of overtime, and one. Two of the rescued chirks are Now, the production of the Extra-Siz- e price. You will still be getting an also calls upon the postmasters care- still living and vi with Jonah for first 30x3 A tire has been transferred unusual tire value. fully to revise tho'worklng schedules honors. 1 MX- ?ma of clerks and carriers. To assist in USB Blow this, there will be an inspection of LAY UK.' TKI.KPMOXK CAItU: m the routes of every carrier and colyear 10,000, 15,000 and 20,000 You feel secure on Firestone Cords. What Is said to be the largest telelector and very possibly a readjustBecause Firestone Cords don't blow miles, and the tires still going ment of routes. In addition a cam- phone cable In the world has been I 3 s: iJL strong. Sec your Firestone dealer out. Your repair man will tell you mm mm I 2c? paign will be at once inaugurated to laid acrn tho Detroit river, contoday. Name below. he hasn't seen a blowout this past educate the public to the necessity of necting Detroit and Windsor. Ontario intelligent and whole-hearte- d The cab'o has 400 pairs of wires. Is Firestone Cord Tires are being sold at lowest prices In cord ation will consist of early mailing by .'our Inches In diameter, :i. Oi, fe't tire history 30i3j $24.50' 32x4546.30 34x4554.90 everyone, equipment of every resl-- ! long .md weighs r.1,000 poun-.It dence and place of business with mall Is claimed that COO simultaneous conHARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. A Safe Old Fashioned receptacles and, on the part of large vocations can bo carried on at the tM Remedy for Worms .n..n rt dm 111.111, iiun rt n,n.Annrnl. same time over the new cable I III ...nil IISLia III .iV ". I'l Seventy. five yeara contin-uoed stamps, facing of mall, etc. The ral products. AID TO FARMERS IS LAST WILD LAND ute is the best postmaster general believes these re.U'TO Itl'XS WITHOUT DltlVKK "If the objects can bo accomplishFREY'S VERMIFUGE OUTLINED BY KENON ed, if we can help to take care, as overOF U. S. TO OPEN forms can be inaugurated and can offer you. Keep a bottle alwr on Dayton, Ohio, traffic policemen head expenses thereby reduced withproposed in the pending bill, of tho hand. It will help keep .Senator Tolls What Itcpiililicnn Con- surplus, if we can help to create llimtl Will Kntcr A ron Once Kmpion-tci- l out impairing the quality of the pos- were dumfounded when a m'nature the little onea healthy gress Is Doing To liriiif tal service. Ily Outlaw Hands. a miii! in it, automobile, lowwith not markets, if railroad rate3 can be and happy. Growers Prosperity. Addressing the postal employes In carao sailing down the street, mys30cabottltyourdnjrcit'tor ered by tho action of the Interstate crncral loie; or il your dealer Lander, Wyo., Aug. 20. The Wind his communication, Postmaster Gen- teriously avoiding collisions nnd Commerce Commission, we will have can'l upplyyou.tend hiimme 30c in .Krone and we'll weaving its way In and out of the "Washington, Aug. 20. What the agriculture on the way back to pros- - River extension of the Rocky moiin eral Hays says: end you a bottle promptly. "ismpioyes are reiiiiiiiieii mai uu- - neavy trnmc. Republican party in control of Con-jjre- perity; and when agriculture gets tain nignway, winch will be cere-barue mysterious E. 1 S. nn, Biltinvt. W. s has granted them generous in- - hide proved to be a radio uutomo-crease- s tomorrow, on its way to prosperity the en- - moniously dedicated is is doing in aid of the farmers in salaries. They will be ex- - bile, controlled by a radio apparatus of the country is related by Senator tire country will again be prosperous, said to open up to travel the last of 100 feet behind, from Kenyon of Iowa. Ho says: "Wo have got to couple with it tho" really wild lands of the United pected to give honest service, full ,n another eight hours, and those who are unlie McCook aviation field. "This Congress is going to finish legislation, I believe, In tho days that States. WILL Tho Rocky Mountain highway runs able or do not have the inclination to the session with a record of accom- are to come, some system of rural TAKE KKE1' OFF THE HAIL HOYS! farmer, from Denver to Lander, and the Wind do so are to be separated from tho along this line that will, credits for the American plishment I am sure, be pointed to with pride When we have done all of these River extension carries it 200 miles service. Tho department will not but When you go to Wisconsin on a things we shall have done a great father thru tho "front door" to Yel require anything unreasonable, in the future. k lowstone National Park. The total It expects and must receive full val- visit and decide to drop into a "J call attention to what has real-H- y deal for agriculture. A Trtalmsnl emporium for an Ice cream or been .done: In the first place, we "The things I have enumerated, ' distance from Denver to the park is ue In the service for the public funds expended." a glass of grape juice, keep far Jiave passed the Curtis bill propo- that will bo accomplished before this 589 miles. for WEAKm enough off so you cannot put your sing originally to deposit some Tho dedication will take place at season is over In all humnn probablll- LUNGS or foot on the rail or place your glass on in the Federal farm loan ty, will be pointed to with pride next Twogwatee Pass, the highest point of CHICAGO HAHY HAS Otherwise you will find ' though, I thlnkj that has year by the Republicans who will the trail, 9,500 feet above sea level, CONSUMPTION 12 KINGEItS, 12 TOES the counter. yourself behind the bars, according where tho traveler enters Into the iheen cut down now to around claim credit for them. for the use of the farmers. Chicago, Aug. 20. Tho popular to Assistant Attorney General "If .this does not mean an advance famous Jackson Hole counry where relief Interpreting the new state A quick paint for that lired, rundown feeling, That Is helpful. Second, the change in the price of farm products, it does Tracy the outlaw some years ago led nursery rhyme about the five little In chert, night tweata, bemor coufht, rhacn, weak luntr or contumptlon. II it doea by a bill, which just pass- not mean anything. An advance In hundreds of deputies a merry chase pigs doesn't fit In the case of Baby prohibition law. ol the law Ml kelp yoa it coats you nothlsf . c ed the Senate some time ago, propos- tho prices of farm products means in the dense forests and among the Joseph Wltowskl, one of Chicago's lilNEIl HAS LEGION'S NAME lock box ete OHIO MEDICAL CO. ing to increase the rate of interest on greater prosperity to all, even to the wild canyons, not most recent citizens. There are O COLUMBU j Governor Carey is on the program enough pigs to go around. Because Ihe bonds of the Federal Farm Loan laboring men in the country. n A new 13,000-tocombination pas"I think the wisdom of the Senate for the principal address and there little "Joe" Is equipped with twelve Board. That legislation will release a trreat deal of money in the country, In not adjourning about four weeks will be present delegations from ad-a- toes and Mamma Wltowskl needs six senger and cargo steamer completed V-VER on a shipping board contract has been which will be for the benefit of the is not exemplified by tho present ' Joining states as far cast as Chicago, little pics for each foot. allocated to tho Munson line for serfarmers. Next comes the packer bill, situation. There was some criticism Secretary of tho Interior Fall and And that isn't all. Joseph has 'which has been agreed upon in of those from agricultural States bo- -' Stephen T. Mather, director of na- - twelve fingers too. And all those vice between New York and South i cause they were against an adjourn- tional park service, who are now in twenty-fou- r and will be taken up, I toes and fingers are per- America and christened "Tho Ameriand disposed of within a short ment. If we had adjourned not one the West, will try to arrange their fect, according to tho doctor who can Legion" in honor of tho soldier A tablet bearing tho particle of this agricultural legisla- itinerary so that they may participate brought Joseph Into tho world not organization. ilme. Next is tho pending bill which will be passed either In the tion would, have been passed by the in the ceremonies. as freak members usu- Irislgna of the Legion was placed on mere "stubs," , board .shortly before the vessel sailIt is said that 400 miles of trout ally are. form of the substitute or the origi- Congress." fi streams conio tumbling down tho canNeighbors and friends have been ed on her maiden trip nal hill a relief, as It is hoped it Surgeons agree that in cases of yons into the Wind lllver along the coming for blocks around to view will be, for agriculture. There is Also the grain exchange bill, which Cuts, Burns, liruises and Wounds tho trail Some of them, It is said, never them and Joe greets them with a su Pcehrlght nil the time. Don't lay of important, have been mapped, and there have. perior grin. "will be on the program hero within a first treatment is most WanttTj from work for daysVmr-L- taking calomel by abort time; also tho cooperative mar- When an efficient antiseptic Is appli- - j been recent discoveries of small lakes when pleasant lio- keeps yo on your feet, whilo relievingyour troubt keting bill, and the bill giving to agri- ed promptly there Is no danger of which also were not shown on the 1IOV KIM;KI) UV UOMI1 )e. Safer too, nnd cosy to take. Don't culture representation on the Federal infection and the wound begins to maps. Thru most of the region the take anything else. You can't afford Heservo Board. Theso measures con- heal at once. For uso on man or . forests, birds and game are under While playing with a bomb which it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syrx tern nnd relieves consbnatioan, A nafe stitute a great program of legisla- beast, Dorozono is the ideal antlsep- - government protection. Frank Cafaro of Brook ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure on the free lyn, N. Y., and his two brothers had tive accomplishment for agriculture. tic and healing agents. Buy It now 'cowboys stllf herd-cattlFOR PERSONAL HYftlFNR in its effect and certain in results. 7 Jthinlt this beneficent result has and be ready for an emergency, range. on the quarantine grounds of Dmolvecl In water for douchei top found witi before pelric catarrh, ulceration and inflam-matio- ot .been accomplished by reason of the Price 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Staten Island, ono of the boys banged completely displace calomel in evert Recommended by Lydla E. Iact that men who may bo sneered at Ohio County Drug Co. ni COXFKDKKATR VKTEIIANS bomc. Children can take it freely ten) tine uuiunuiur oi luuir uuw tuy wiiii a Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. rith perfect safety. Every bottle -- because ABANDON 1021 MEETING .hammer. The explosion blew Frank they assume to speak for A healing wonder for natal catarrh, 50c and $1 in bottles Nona KXFOIICK CIGAUETTK IiAW. farmers have been persistent in try-n- g ty pieces and seriously injured his aore throat and tore jre- Economical. genuine without the likeness and sign! Hat exliaofldlnarv rleaaaina n.l . - brothers. Savannah, Ga., Aug. 20. Accordto get thru, regardless of politics, tore of L. K. Grigaby. For sale by ISarsalaFrM. iOc. all ilranuti. or II jnt3. TUPaalooTo3rtCc.iitialiy.Dcaloii.Ma. Suspecting that certain stores woro Ing to a lotter received by Gen. D. B. an agricultural program. I. . SvTIiTiUWa. - Hartfec of the South JAPANESE DISCOVER "On other thing should be brought soiling cigarettes in violation of tho Morgan, commander jib out, if possible. This country can state WAY TO MAKE IKON law, Topoka, Georgia Brigade of tho United Connot stand tho present high railroad Kans. police raided 35 stores, confis- federate Veterans, the 1921 general Tokio, Aug. 19. A new process Tales. The farmers can not stand cated all cigarettes found and arrest- reunion of tho United Confederate EAGLE"MIKAD0"-by which sand Iron, or magnetic sand ihem. Tho case involving many of ing tho proprietors. Official warning Veterans has boon abandoned. cum Nathan Bedford Forrest, of Biloxl, may bo converted into pig iron and ihese rates is to be heard by the In- was issued some time ago that the law terstate Commerce Commission would be enforced, but continued vio- Miss., secretary to Gen. K. N. Van- -. thence into steel has just been made T in a.i n -iiM....-on the 15th day of August. lations precipitated tho raid. public by Goro Matsukata and Dr. Kant, of Ft. Worth, commander-in-chie- f aHaMaaaliaaBmataaM of tho United Confederate Vet- -' Asobu Nalto. That case is known as the Kansas roroa.oMyouruea.er M.da In o aradea erans, has written General Morgan The discovery, the scientists aver, fltutes have Joined with the complainASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND ant in that case. That will be tho that because no city has invited the will not only revolutionize the steel EAGLE MIKADO I FOR FLETCHER'S Industry in Japan, but of the world. I veterans thero will be no reunion this occasion to inako a drive for the reEAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK year. The process Is carried out by means duction of freight rates on agricultu- - Wn8hlngt(in, Aug. 20. Postmaster Giiiirnl lltiys is functioning 100 per cent in his department to redeem tho Republican party's pledges that In event It was plnccdjn chnrgc, there 00 iBH9HHHMn0l3HHiDH of combining Iho sand Iron with coke, lining hot gns flnmos and making forro-eokfrom which Iron can easily bo taken. Japan hnB little or no Iron In nny form which may be easily mined, nnd this fact has made thin country one of tho blggost Importers of Iron, especially from Knghuid nnd tho United States. However, magnetic sand is nbun-dnthruout tho Empire, but was quite useless up to tho tlmo of tho diicovery of the new process. Tho discoverer claim that tho now process will make Japan ono of countries the biggest of the world. Independent of Kng-lnu- d or tho United Statos in, the mat-tof Iron Imports. nt or Liberty Bicycles On Sale xl i0 hc 1 1 Aain Reduces Price xira Si$e 30x3'A $16g lecffic mt ,' Mothers Cords That Don't Out r- revs J Vermifuge ui leiti-moni- al iur uie umurui , ss ck m or YOU. OUR soft-drin- GERMINAL REMEDY $50,-000,0- 00 $40,-000,0- 00 FOR.ONE MONTH go USE LI LAX ce e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. -ax rEycry,Vjpman I Old-sty- le I tniar-antee- d. dMmu-U.- I r.rl J anti-cigaret- IWfciP-:iM- com-niencl- ne HQ itj itu.lH Children Cry I I CASXORJA i i FARM DEPARTMENT. l)t"tri,V Willi ff lipf-P'kl- p ) y ('iiriiiiil)crs; revont I protect nd by a concrete cut-oIwnll. In connection with those drain Mosaic IIImmhi. Of apodal Importance to cum in age dip a system of dike growers Is the discovery land ditches Is used, converging tornado by the I'nlted States Depart- - wurd the rond If it Is desired to lend Marketing Poultry Proilutl. flow from two or more washes to incut of Agriculture that tho wild The ln's greatest egf proluriiK cuiiilur I the princlpnl moans by,n single dip, nud diverging toward periods are the first, second nnn third which tho mosaic trouble, commonly tho road when It Is bettor to split the years, doj ending upon tho bred. disease, Is car- flow of n single stream to more thnn The know :i as whltc-plckl- o hea.icr breeds, such as the ly dip. ried over from one season to tho next. one mouth Hocks, mny ho kept profitably il Tho peed produced on n for two jirrs; tho linhtjr- - breeds wild cucumber carrlos tho illseaHo l'lvo Children Contract Tuberculosis such as Lghorns, three years. .Mill; of Infected Cow. thru tlic winter, entitling It to reapWhlto-sholle- d and brown-shollc- d nn early writer first framed When pear on the wild plants the following eggs should be marketed In separate spring. Insects which feed first on the romnrk that truth Is stranger than packages. Kggs Irregular In shape, the mosaic wild cucumbers, and later fiction, It was the outcome of vivid those which nre unusually long or observation. Tho statement becamo on tho cultivated crop in near-b- y or which havo sheila fields, carry tho dlsoaso to tho cultl - . trite thru repetition, but occasionally otherwise defective, should kept leaps Into strong outllno In fact. A vnted plants. by tho producer for homo use so that case In point has Just come to tho Kf forts are being made tolinve tho breakdgo in transit may bo reduced cucumber eradicated from tho tlco of tho United States Department as much as possible. For additional sections, and pre- - of Agriculture. Information on packing and shipping llmlnary tests have Indicated that Its i Tho dopartment, thru Its office of eggs by parcel flo3t, send for Farmpictures, recently produced removal will reduce If not entirely motion ers' llullctln S30, "Marketing Eggs eliminate this sorlous disease of cu- - n film, "Out of tho Shadows," which by Parcel Post," issued by the U. S. told of tuberculosis creeping Into n Dopartment of Agriculture. climb rs. I family thru the unnoticed Infection i Special Chit- of Seed Corn Ililugs I it- - of a handsome herd of cattle. In the Perfect I roil Ten Must lie; Made j film the fanner disposed of Ills un- cicummI Yield. Perfect Hot Tea. lo- - healthy animals and built on u sound Dependable seed corn for any There is no beverage in hot weather cnllty, In the opinion of the United basis. Now cnnios a roport thru tho Ver- - more rofroshlng than properly made Stale Department of Agriculture, is that which under tho local conditions mlllon County Farm IJureau of a case iced tea. Tho common method of g Infusion of will produce the most abundane crop in Kdgar County. III., more striking making an extra-stronof good quality Corn yields usually than tho picture story and without Its hot tea, on the theory that the incitnre lower hi cause seed of first qua- - happy ondlng. A farmer had his ing ice will dilute tho drink to the llty has not been planted. Dependa- -' herd tested for tuberculosis and ono right strength, is iinsntisfacory, in the blc sed corn always permits tltnoly cow reacted. Instead of destroying opinion of the tea specialist of the United States Department of Agriculplanting, thus giving the crop added her, the fnrmor declared tho tost dependable, removed tho ear tag. ture. Thru careful experimentation for growth during tho ' land sold her to his hired man for It hns boon ascertained that three most favorable period. minutes is tho averago proper length , The department's corn specialists ' wages. Of seven children in tho man's of tlmo to infuso tea. The aroma and have been conducting experiments In d the caffeine, for which tho tea Is tho selection, curing and storage of family, five have contracted The uiied, aro then developed to their best One of the moat striking nounced cases or tuborculosls. corn results of these experiments is that other two did not drink this cow's point, and there Is a minimum of tin yield of the succeeding crop may! milk. A pig and cat also contracted tannin. After three minutes the alter drinking tho milk. A amount of tannin Increases, but only be materially affected by the has bien Issued for the orlgl- - a trace more of caffeine is available. ditloiis iindir which the seed Is stor- - wan-an- t To make a pot of perfect tea, the It has been proved that seed nal owner on charge of hr6aklng ed corn dried promptly after gathering, quarantine, and, it Is staled, should oxpert said: Urlng freshly drawn wat and kept dry during winter, will one of the children die, he will be er to a boll; pour It on the requisite yield f i oin a few up to IS hushols subject to a charge of manslaughter. amount of tea (ono oven teaspoon for oacli cup) in a previously scalded pot; ui(-rMian exactly similar corn gathered at the same time and stored In I'imliice i'loin I'iirm To Consumer allow it to roniain covorcd for three minutes; then decant or strain into lly Parcel Post, n crib without special ntten ion The lloupowivcs appreciate obtaining janothor rtceptacle. The spent leavos increase in yield was 'nm n lot of corn which ger- fresh farm produce, and many farm- ohoiild nevor be used again. to serve ono Intends When minal, d no better thnn a siu'liar lot ers within ICO niilos of cities hnve r, iced tea on warm afternoons a supply that hr.d been Upt in a crib The regulnr supplies of high-grad- e nrc was due entirely to prompt duce which they can guarantee as to of tea browed and strained oarller i care quality. Tho parcel post has been the day Is advisable. Whon tho tea drying of the " f d oars and fouud to provide an attractive and is cool it should be placed nej!t to of them during the winter. satisfactory means of direct dealing the lee to chill. Cracked ico added EXPECT VOLCANO TO SPOUX AGAIN drain linnet between the protlucer and the con- Just ?s the glass Is served will not diDishliiK After Sin-al- l Sugar and a slice lute It appreciably. profit to both. sumer with Kills Many Weeds. Parcel-poshipments are increas- of lemon may bo used according to Honolulu, Aug. 20. Extremo acMuch of next year's weed troublo by studies ing in numbor, though probably they Individual taste. tivity during the autumn months of can ho avoided, as shown It would be impossible to state this year culminating In a tremendous in the Cnlted States Department of always will affect only a small perproduce that which kind of tea is best for any per- eruption in November is the predicby the uso of tho har- centage of tho farm Agriculture, row or disk In tho field after tho goes to market. Farmers that have son to use. Thero are three primary tion being made by local volcanolo-gist- s This succeeded In their dealings thru par- teas, whose names Indicato methods for Kilauea volcano, the contin.small grain crop Is harvested. cel post aro careful to kcop up tho of curing green, black and oolong. uously active volcano situated near practice is particularly recommendthe city of Hilo, on the island of Haed In the1 northern States. Stirring quality of their produce. They pack Tea from any of the tho ground at this tlmo encourages It safely and attractively and meet countries may be cured In any one of waii. Prof. T. A. Jaggar, of the United tho germlnntlon of tho weed seeds tholr engagements promptly. In re- the three ways hut it has been found that aro or near the surface Tho turn they expect Hie consumer also to that certain varieties aro better suit- States weather bureau, director of in tho ed for making one or moro of these the volcano observatory at Kilauea methods seedlings are then killed by fall observe business kinds. Again, "grades" of tea aro volcano, is said to he among those plowing or by tho cold weather. transactions. llullctln 922, Parcel Post misleading, as the term refers to tho looking for uniisual activity in the as tho ragweed Farmers' Somo weeds, such or foxtail, start to maturo seeds soon Uusincss Methods, prepared by tho best and tho poorest leaf grade in any crater this fall. During March of after harvest, so that great caro must United States Department of Agri- ono "locality. Everything else being this year there waB a most spectacubo takon to turn tho plnnts wilder be- - culture and based on tho most suc- equal, tea grown In high altitudes is lar eruption In which the lava overalflowed from the flro pit of Halemau-liin- u foro tho seeds approach maturity. cessful practices now in use, gives so much suporior to tea from low tho preliminary detailed suggestions regarding means titudes that tho lowest grade In a Plowing, without ontothe floor of tho main cra of weed of obtaining customers and methods high altltudo tea may surpass In fla- ter. Sinco that time mere nas ueen disking, would turn millions seeds, whoro they would bo protected of carrying on business, with samples vor the best grade of tea grown at a a gradual subsidenco of tho lava in from winter killing and mako trouble of sultablo letterheads, hills, order low altitude. The cholco o' a tea tho fire pit, but such movements are I blanks, forms. which suits one's taste can only ho usually followed by rising and In and other business In futuro years. ' Juggar Copies of the bulletin may ho had by determined by personally trying va- creased activity, Professor Problems In Itoad lliilldliiK Caused writing to tho Division of Publlca-l!- y rious teas until tho right flavor is says. jtion, Department of Agriculture, found. For both Iced and hot tea the Heavy Ituliis If the expected activity takes place green oolong varieties are most It will bo the signal, not for a panicky During July and August, cloud- - Washington, D. C. pleasing w'lhout milk; many uters of flight from the region of tho volcano, very, bursts, which are practically black tea prefer milk or cream In tho but for a rush to get thero and "see heavy thunderstorms causo sorloua Itoad Patrolling Itcttcr Than cup when it is served hot, but cold tea the show," for Kilauea is a "tamo" Sjctoin. in Ne- -j In road construction Tho road patrol system used in is best clear. volcano and its eruption whllo specvada and Utah. Tho Hureau of Puh-- j Siate3 De- - Grant County, Wash., is pointed out tacular in the extreme, Is not danlie roads of tho United Freo rango and plenty of shade, gerous and may bo viewed from very partment of Agriculture has worked by the United States Department of out sevoral effective methods of pro- - Agriculture as an illustration of how especially during tho hot days, Is ne elbso range. most cessary if chickens aro to grow rapidMid - 'highways can bo malntclncd I. ting roads fr j n those inimon-'long dry successfully and economically. Other ly and develop into vigorous fowls. den flows of water after How Is Your Complexion? that havo freo spoils. Where tho drainage channels counties In tho State use tho "gang' Growing chickens A woman should grow moro beauI nro woll defined no groa: difficulty system, nsslgnlng to each gang n long rango find quantities of green feed, tiful as she grows older and sho will is involved in tho design of tho road section, upon which they mako ro- - bugs, worms and other things, there- with duo regard to baths, diet and ilrainago structures; but whoro' the pairs at Intervals, seldom reaching fore require less grain, and they nro exercise, and by keeping her liver flood spreads out over a dolta or a all tho necessary points. In Grant less liable to sickness or disease. and bowels in good working order. valley it Is a problem so to locato the County tho plan is to prevent a road If you are haggard and yellow, your lino and drainage structures that tho fiom getting into bad condition rath DYXAM1TKHS STEAL OI,l MQUOIt eyos losing their lustro and whites latter will save tho road from de- er than to make repairs. yellowish, your flesh flabby, There aro 13 patrol sections, each Liquors and rare wines valued at It may bo duo to indigestion, or to a struction. In sections whoro tho flood tends from G to 10 mllos long, in tho 87.8a $7B00 were stolon from tho country sluggish liver. Chamberlain's Tablets to spread outn wide borni on each miles of county highways. Each sec- home of Mrs. T.O. Hillen at Ecclos-to- correct those disorders. m tion is In chargo of n patrolman, who Md., by burglars who blew a two-fobldo of the roadway makes a substanholo In a concreto wall and cartial protection. Tho borrow pit pro- works constantly on his ploco of rond, KILLS KAHH 11LACK OTTKlt. vides material fur the ombnnkinent feeling that ho alone is responsible ried away in trucks scores of gallons and sorvos ns a divorslon drain. Soiue- - for Its condition. Whllo tho so men of liquor of "rare vintage" Most of The hldo of a black ottor was timoB a short concrete dip Is used fori work under tho direction of tho counit had been inherited and was from brought Into Tacoma, Wash., tho purposo of passing tho water ty nglneor, the details aro loft large GO to 100 years old. Pollco said the by a mountain trapper. Tho ottor work was that of professional oVur the road In a comparatively wldo ly to their Judgmont genorally has a brown fur but this A specially constructed light rond many of whom havo turned ono Is Jot black. Furriers said tho and shallow flow instead of undor It. A dip Is simply n pavement oxtondlng machine, cnllod locally a "road fixer,' their attention from banks and Jow-olr- y hldo was worth between $3000 and stores to private liquor stocks in $1000. tho full width of tho roadway and Is used. It has u long wheel haso protected at each edgo against under- and two cutting blades rigidly con- homos of tho woalthy. t m wall oxtondlng 18 nected with tho carrying framo of mining by a cut-oTO LIMIT SUIUJKON'S KKK? t. tho machino. Tho rear wheels aro TfimiXG mi) of miciioiiks , Inches below tho bottom of tho Instead of nttomptlng to build on soparato axels, controlled by sopu-rotAfter long and careful consideralevers. Tho patrolman carrlos Mm Thero was a man In our town up ii grade for this pavement, fo as to tion tho board of trustees of John (Ills iinmo my momorp slips)' rnlso it above the flood water, tho necoasary tools for cloaring weeds, Hopkins hospital, at Ualtlmore redip follows the grado of tho wash, trimming shoulders, cleaning ditches, Who kissed a million microbos from cently decided that tho maximum foo His sweetheart's ruby lips, and tho water pnssos over It In tlmo and fur handling surfacing material. any surgeon ought to charge for an .of flood. Whoro tho deltas aro so Ho makes his own repairs In tho nporatlon, no matter how wealthy the county repair shop under tho direc- And when he found what ho had done patient may bo, Is $1000. The maxiwldo and tlio country bo undevelopWith all his might and main mum chargo suggested to a doctor for ed ns to make the cost of a concreto tion of a skilled mechanic. Tho annual cost of this system, Ho rushed up there another night Jli excessive, tho dips aro surfaced hospital atondance Is $35 a weok. And kissed them on again. Tho decision Is practically an order J with gravel and the downstream odge states tho Ilureau of Public Roads, cn-Jt- hi I moinic-dlsons-cthin-shelle- d, no-wi- ld pickle-growing ; - averages $22.1 n milo, which Is loss than other counties pay where roads recelvo attention "only whon thev need It." Orant County has gravel-f- d roads second to none in tho Stats nml Its people are onthuslastlc supporters of the patrol syattm. ON 4t us are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. - pro-see- con-dlcR- se artford Print! fig Company INCOHPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY pro-diffe- st to physicians and surgeons practicing in tho hospital, and tho scientists at the hospital agreed with the board, Ihere has been by objection raised considerable others. While doctors in some cases get what seem to be large fees, it must bo remembered that in many other cases they do a lot of work for nothing. many-emine- SNAKE IN AUTO PKODUCES PANIC ' A. Alleson of Yancey-vill- e, N. C, was parking his auto in one of the busiest streets of Danville, Va., a five-foblack snake crawled, ot Just as E. DOG WINS MEDAIi An Englishman was walking along a lonely road ono dark night when Hepali-problom- s g his Great Dane dog suddenly Jumped, at him and threw him into a hedge beside tho road. A second later a big auto rushed by. The dog was struck and badly hurt as his master escaped without a scratch he was DOG IS FAITHFUL aiESSEKGEK. r satisfied. The British Canine DeWhenever Raleigh Domer, of Har- fense League heard of the matter and awarded the dog a medal equiva- risburg, Miss., wants to communicate lent to the hero medals sometimes with friends or relatives within a radius of several miles of his homo ho given humans in this country. writes a note, calls his, dog, hands m him the message and the animal carCONDEMNS MOIJ VIOLENCE ries it straight to tho person addressJudge H. P. Heflin has ordered the ed. Nevor has a message been degrand Jury at Birmingham, Ala., to layed in transit and never has ono "exhaust every legal means" to bring miscarried. to Justice the persons comprising the e masked mob who committed "one of , tho most outrageous crimes In the FOR FLETCHER'S history of Jefferson county," when they whipped a man and a woman. from under the engine hood Into tho street. The screaming of women who saw the snake nearly caused a panic among tho bystanders. On leaving: AUeson's car tho snake made for another machine, and there were further screams as the occupants piled out. Tho snake, which was soon dispatched, had evidently got into tho auto while in tho garage and had ridden 15 miles unnoticed. Children Cry OASTO RIA THE &fi LD RELIABLE' TIIEOFOM'S BLACKJM8HT Wbtte Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Com n, ot and Go But The "Old Reliabh" Therfford's Came and Stayed. Dulton, Ala. ford's Black-Draught Black-Draug- tt In recommending Thed- - feeling after meals. Sour stomach and safe-blowe- to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Jackson County lady, said: "I am sslsts the liver fn throwing off impuriwell-knoBlack-DraugBlack-Draught, ff getting up in years; my head is prelty ties. I am glad to recommend and dej, to my friends and white. I have seen medicines and remedies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." came and stayed. I an) talking pavo-mon- of Black-Draug- ht, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Is a stand- o a liver for years medicine we have used ard household remedy with up- a record ol use. one that can be depended over seventy years of successful on and one that will do the work. '.'Black-Draug- ht Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of impurities. Black-Draug- will relieve Indigestion and constipation if taken right, and I know Try 'or I tried it. It Is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. Insist upon Thedu. & w found for V VaU. uncomfortable At all druggists. THE LIGHT Cy MILDRED I S ( MIXED IDENTITY i WHITE. Union ) By NINA Q. RAMSAY. by McClur $, lt:i, Wwtern Nep"f Newpjpr SjnJIcate ) from the trnln WHIowby Junction, nml stood peer-I- n The through tlic small station wiih closed nml locked for llio night, nml the gu'nt train riMi Inj; again on Us way loft .Timet u solitary nrrlviil. Tioulilcil. she walked the length of the platform, then wit lovn on the cmile slops to think the situation over. She hjitl left horhenutl-fil- l city home Unit afternoon hastily, nml In nn unenviable frame of mind. Mother, father nml the governor weie nil Insistent In their demands for nn eaily man lane, while .Timet wns not sine Hint she wiuited to he married nt all r In her hnsty departure Janet hnd ncer considered the possibility of her picsent position. Taxis, she supposed, nwnitcd train arrivals In even Willow-h- y town. .Timet Aunt Clurabello's cnttngo, I. new, nestled nt the foot of the strug-Kiln- s village street, two miles uuiiy. It wns not the walk of the two miles tmit she feared to attempt, hut the1 Timet Dnrcy stopped "U. S. S. Itiimliigliam, nt darkness of the tree bordered road. As she sat on the station steps, the shclteiod plrl hee.imo nervously ninnued; the M'ot w.is exceed-In- s desolnte nnd the purse In her timeline elo.tk pocket wns tilled with hills. Desperately, at last she nroe began mid her stumbling vvay. Ruts nnd twisted hinuihlcs seemed set like n trap for the unwary. Then, almost dhectly before her. "he sudihnlj saw n light. .Someone, had mine fiom union;; the tiees to the louiMilo, and the Minieone curried n lighted liintein. .Timet diew hack fearfully, but as the light went twinkling It would in, noKelesly she followed. be useless to try to locate Aunt Clara-b'dleabode In the confusing twist of ' wnjs. This light must lean to some pcilurs to the Hinge, whore she might be nccommod.ited for tho night ; .Timet stendil.v and with new courage pressed onward. The t tiding iigure before her tinned abruptly down a hidden Line; at Its end Janet silw tl.c outlines of a small Iioum-- . The man, as die diew near, put down lis lantein to open the hou-- e door. I waited, as ummnouiici'd Ji.net ! he entered and slunk a light, She saw at a side of the loom u skk worn- an Ijing upon bed, with a child fiet- ting at her side. The tall man ndv tinting lifted the child gently In bis aims nml with u laughing woul 'nt It after mi orange tilled oil the lloor. Then, throwing aside his cloak, he bent an nniou. fate oxer the sick woman, Janet, studiously reg.uding his face, was all at once reassuied. "Ves, doctor," she heard the woman gasping. Jj answer a question; then, Impulsive-l- , Janet stepped past the Inutern Into the room. The doctor glanced up sharply. "Take off your wraps," he stnrtllngly commanded, "and come beie." Half unconscious of her own action Janet Daicy obeyed. "We will have to work fnjt," the m. in told her. "Kindly follow directions without question. Hot water at once." I'eiemptoiIIy he Issued his orders. Janet, the sleeves of her while waist rolled high, went to the cold kitchen stove. There was wood piled near, and matches. Dosperatolj, as the woman's labored bieathlng readied her, she bent to her task. A tire wits crackling at Inst beneath the kettle. Janet's soft lingers weie smudged nnd bllsteted, but her ejes shone lctorioiisly. She saw the perspiration on the oung doctor's fotehead as she re- sponded eagetly to his demands. "It's pneumonia," lie told her ns Xwy tested. "Pretty had, but I think we will be able to break It. Itural postman Informed me of the case, re- turning from his route this evening. Immediately I telephoned to the city for j on. That Is, I telephoned for my usual nurse, but I suppose jou happened to be the only one available at the time. You made good time got- ting out. Now, we will leao our patient. Look to the comfort of tho child." Janet turned with a smile In her wenr-lnes- s this language of command she Imptessed her bail never known plensnrably. It was as If between tho Miong capable man and herself ex- lMod sonic bond of understanding and sjnipathy. Janet w nulled ami fed and coaxed the baby to sleep. Then, IIshecled she sought tliv watch- nnd stur-ojefully alert physician. "Any flintier orders?" she asked 's -- I I J ' ' I ' I I ' qulotly. way, whllo Sukey Wells sang Inside, with tho patient now well on hot" way torueovory, Alan ttteut, looking down en the volunteer iiure, smiled a ery, ery tender smile. To him, she hail Just made full confession ; to him she lmd told her story. "1'ou mo womluiful," ho said softly. "I think," mused Alan lSlent. the tloetor, "that I will send little Sukey Wells, our general helper, In the morning. You will until be kept busy." "Hut, oh! Junct, jou who lime been so sheltered, tiro you certain that jou will never regret jour refusal to nrnr-r- y the gtent governor?" Janet Daren's answering smile was confident. 'Your light," she bald, "showed mo my true ... It was ten dajs later, when Janet Pare" stood In the small house door- ';". tho Central Grovo Goose-Egge- d Miss Cora Lee Blrkhead of Owcns-bor- o Sulphur Springs boys Saturday in a and Miss Madge Porter of seven Inning game. The score was oLulsvllle, were the guests last week, S to 0. girl. It wns signed "Moi.ty." of Miss Anna Barnes at her home In Molly's life had been slngulnrly un- Heaver Dam. Miss Blrkhead returnHeaver Dam plays the old Mogg eventful us fur as men were con- ed to her home last Thursday and team, now more properly styled rememcerned. Ever since she could Miss Porter returned Monday, of this at Riverside Park Sun-da.ber she had lived with her mother us week. Centertown has a whole bevy her only companion the mother of stars nnd should make the Beavers whose soul nnd mind were burled deep ADDITIONAL STREAKS In n past of which she newer spoke. dust themselves to win the game. The day the letter wan received she had been, for her, unusually blue ut.d When we lamped tlio likeness of Tho Haitford Juvenile Chnmplons lonely. our venerable friend John T. Moore, will mix hair and hats with the SulShe could not help feeling In her In the Evening Post orje tiny this phur Springs boys Saturday at Riversocio t heatt that the letter could not week, we sild to oursclf, "great side Park, and they say they are gopossibly he for her, and jet It was guns! John has either caught a whale ing to play another game bLcatfe nice to be failed "dear" lather or mnyiie ho lias hagged nil Washington has agreed to take on Molly hastily snatched up the en- of a fish velope, ami as she scanned It a sec- the money within the tills of the Fed- the winner. It will he a double headTen a nU ond time the smile died fiom her fate: eral Reserve Bank and sot for Cana- er for the fans anyway. "To Miss Doily Roberts, Sargent da, Cuba, or some other moist spot. admission will bo charged. School, Cambridge, Mass.," she read. We know Mooic would not end up In So that was It I She had fiequently an arid clime, 'cause fish don't swim Beavor Dam won a fast game from .' Tractor Disc Plow 3.x2l In Dice John Deoro 1 18.00 been confused with Dolly Itobetts be- or thrive on a dQ.sert. the Amedcnn Anglo Milling Co team Tractor Plows, 2x1 In. Slat Bottoms, John Deera 134 00 cause of the similarity of their t.auies, Sunday. The game looked like It Tractor Plows, 3x12 in. Slat Bottoms, John Duero . ; although they were as different as KM.00 Ilarve Sheffield tho official custo- was going to go Into oxtra Innings Waterloo Hoy Tractor, made by John Deero'' Plow Co night nnd tl.ty. Ptett.v, frivolous, tickle Stm.oo dian of Hijrtford's lily pond brought but the Beavers put over the winning Dolly why, thu wjiolu school wns F. O. B. Fordsvllle. ICy. talking about her now for eloping forth a Illy which ho says, will or marker in tho last of the ninth The We only agree to furnish the above items as our stock lasts, quite draniatlfallj a week ago! Yes, would captuie the grand prize at any -- core was : to 2. ' Cis:l twirled for whon any Item is sold out wo do not propone to furnish moro at Said Illy was six the Heavers and showed plenty of one's exhibition. nnd the man's mime had been Car-linsaino price, but will furnish at tho niatkot price.. Wo mnke this feet and six Inches in height. Harve stuff thruo n. Our old friend 'Jawn' for the reason Hint theso goods can not be replaced for She sat quite, still. A daring thought has been a consistent patron all sum- Riley Hofllu twirled for the Flout the prices that we have mentioned. had enteied her mind; this .Monty was mer at tho fountain, or the Drug Dusters and by the hits he jlelded he If jou uie interosted In any Item on this list write us or come to a safe distance tivvuj, Dolly was Store, act oss the waj at the expense should have won tho game, allowing see us at once. would ne of some one else, here-tofochool bo.vond eating It has three hits, walking three men and Our special sale will end September 1st. closing now In a week and Mollj could been the width of the leaves that he hitting tvvo. Write, Phone or Come send him her summer uddiess. Who wagering on, now it will be would be the wiser If she wtote to (.has been The Beavers will play tho Center-tow- n Montj, ptctemllng she was Dollj? She the height of the stalk. Don't bet him FORDSVILLE, PLANING MILL COMPANY he knows. boys at Beaver Dam Saturday could typewtite her letteis, so th.it e Monty would not suspect; he was too Regardless of the outcome of this JAKE WILSON, Manager POPCOUN AXD I'KAXUT SAI.H tar away to hear of Doll.v's latest cagame, the game at Riverside Park FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. price. Mollj, at this moment, was fai Sunday will ho a hot one. Both Horn the placid being her schoolmates Albert Ulal, better known as the teams will be after revenge thought her. , , x Popcorn and Peanut King of the Thu plan was carried through withMcirfenry went to.Bee Springs, SunGreen River Valley; has sold his buslli). Mollj wrote one of her out a good will to Uutus Brad-shav- day and lost to them by the score of 75 W. 95 poles to a stone in Branch; "HERBERT' Inimitable letteis clever, humorous siness and Bradshaw has been given pos- 7 to 5. Honor goes with this defeat and sensible. An answer came in wieiico wiui saiu nrancli N. 33 W. 10 appliances for'Be Springs has the best battery time, then letteis dew back and foith session of the roaster, Ms. O. H. Carter and son, J. Mil- poles to a stone, corner Mrs. Mooro, and fixtures and is now engaged In in Western Kentucky and an nil ton, returned to Louisville Friday, thenco summer nnd full. all with said Mooro's line N 3.1 Thus matteis stood until one crisp dispensing his ware3 to tho hungry round good team behind them. We accompanied by her sister, Miss Nina E. 110 poles to a stone: thenco with moiuing In eutly December. As .Mollj kiddles and others. again unable to give the details Burdcttc. are another of tho Mooro lines N. 47 H. a- -t was leaving the school building, a tele of the game. Some of you Majestic Mrs Charley Taj lor and daughter. I 48 poles to tho beginning, gram wns put Into her hands, uml fans slip tho good things that happen uncuei, ot vvmiesviiic, visueu .virs 99 1 acrnc ...... l.i.l., o. ti. containing . ..... , mwl .,w with a sinking sensation Ir. her breast, BETTER LINE THAN CORSETS to luu buiiiu luiiu. the Majesties to us on the back of Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. to (tcrendant J. T. Park by she tore open the envelope. The Dudloy B. Park by deed dated 25th words stared up at her through a Saleswoman Had to Admit That Ac an envelope, or any other crap of pa- Miller, last week. per will do. The fans like to hear blur: Mrs. Mary Obenchnin of Pellville, day of Aug. 1891 and recorded in x quaintance Would Be Wrong to from your team. "Meet me on 2 :3o train todaj-- . Must Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. T. deed book 12 page 158, subject, how-evivfake a Change. see you Mont." Burdctte. t0 a mortgage for $71 COO mado Molly stood dazed; her little world It has been advertised that the fast They were In Pullman seats on a Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brown were said J. T. Park to the Citizens' wns crumbling about her feet night train, botli making up expense Provo team will play the Mcllenry the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bank of Hartford, Ky., on tho 2fith As the hour approached, Molly's accounts. One leaned over aud said: Majesties at Mcllenry on Labor day, Rearden, last week-en, day of Dqc. 191 G, and transform.i hv sensitive soul shrunk from the tusk, "Ever pad It?" but since the advertising was put out, Miss Mattle Harnett Is on the sick said Citizens' Bank to J. F. hut somehow shu found herself nt the Park "I think not. Do you?" Provo did an about face and refused ,lHt Juno 2C. 1916, and recorded in Mort- station, waiting with a heavy heart to "Sut est thing jou know. All the to come. The Mcllenry management Mr. Dewey Huff has sold hU gage Book 10, pago 29, Ohio Coun- break her poor bubble Into a thousand money I spend I make up In my ac- announces that the Anglo team has trucK to .Mr. Herman .Newton. ty Court Clerk's office. crj stals. counts." Tho been secured In their stead Mr. Embeit Reunion wont to Ow The train rumbled Into the station, Then came tlu usiial question: 2nd tract: Heglnninc at .n stntn in fans will be assured of a good fast onstioro, on uusmoss, tast weeK. ; the great gates swung open, m.d a "Saj what line are you In?" ..., ... a iarir ,,- -, throng streamed through. Moll.v, sick The rich society girl who had of-f- game at any rate. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman I nlng' Southeast course 2G noles" with nilser.v, turned away and leaned feted her services to raise money Spurrier a ten pound boy, Aug. 18 thonco casteriy courgo gate. 2? o dcspnliinglj against the Iron the colossal war work campaign Hartford colored second team lick' boech ' a " s'nll 'Iraln In Snyder's Suddenlj she was startled hy a smiled, plajed the novice and parried ed the Calhoun colored boys by tho up. . Pessimists Wife-C- heor ; line; thenco with tho meanders of touch on her arm, and it deep voice the question: said tune of 1 a the local park The strike s over. , branch 2G t() said a hit unsteadily: "What line are j:ou In?" , I know. .. Pessimist But that only smnl!er draIn. thpnrn n .. ""Mollj-"I'm In petdconts. But If you want jou were so good to .441111 nmlnii !..!.,. ,1... ....v. ...... ..ftn...... --ronuon I a north ea8t cmnQ 1(J 1,1 iii(.n iiiu ll.M U.tU IIKdlUli to make money go Into corsets. I wus come." q TO THH KHPCBLICAXS Punch. In corsets five yenrs and made a pile In her (listless she did not notice small cherry trees, standing in said OF OHIO COUNTY that he culled her "Molly;" she did of money, but jou get tired of selling j dra,ln; thonco easterly course 12 polos line line, and so I went Into petticoats. not even stop to wonder how he ki.ew SHERIFF'S SALE. io a stone; thonco n northern courso 1 wish to thank those who voted But, believe me. If want to mnke her. She laid only nn instant's ImBy virtue of execution No. 113C. I 22U nnlM In o ,. -- .... ..u .i muucj. ., an eastmoney go Into corsets. In the recent primary for tholr votes Say, what pulsion of a tanned, rather p, which Issued front tho erly courso 17 poles to iiiunco ash on directed t a small I take it that no one voted against mo face, and earnest, smiling town did you do today?" Clork's office of tho Ohio Circuit the bank of a small drain; thonco a " "It-- : ejes, then but merelj expiesBedthelr choice as Court, In favor of John Godsey vs jiorthern courso 14 poles to a largo e "Did yoy make good?" "Oh," she cried, "jou It's nil a among good friends, which, best suitT. Park et al. in tho sum ot ono drali to a stono; thonco down said "Yes, I think I did fairly well." mistake I lied to jou. I opened ed for the coming election In Novem- J. Inilraln in a wostorn courso your letter to Dolly by mistake and hundred (100) dollars with G "How much did you do?" 98 Hi ber. I wns lonely, ni.d " "About fSO.OOO" (the actual amount day of June 1915 poles to tho boginning, containing 23 The choosing Is over and it Is now terest from tho 3rd pledged to Miss In vvlint camfor the The pitiful recital ended to pcres and being the samo land conup to every Republican to voto tho until paid and cost amounting sounded stipkious!y like a sob, and paign). $2G.GG and tho cost of this sale and veyed to tho defendant J. T: Park by ticket and not tor men. The men aro The i.nlcswomnn, who had considthe tall .voting man In the ensign's uniJ. U. L. Mason and wife. S. J. .Mason, vlrtuo oI vemU cxl'ona8 No' ered n $200 day In corsets good busi- selected, the party has spoken an.i;by form putted her shoulder clunisll.v. same office by deed dated, 22 day of Aptll 1901 ness, gasped: for my part no other thought except Issued thereon from tho "There, now," he soothed gently. and recotdod In deed book 24 pago on the 17th day of August 1921, "Heavens, don't go Into corsets I" for the party touoll up more than its knew all the time and I'm glad Dollj 134 Ohio County Court Clerk's ofmo to sell tho hereinafter deTho party Is grout-o- r did elope, because now I have jou." usual majority. scribed property, I or ono of my fice. Subject, howover, to n niprt-gag- o K.N'OIJ. 1SALD Indignantly Molly shook off Ids ' than any man in it deputies will on Monday, tho 5th day In favor 'of Frank Landrtim for bai. (I, ami demanded w at inly: Very trulj of September, 1921betweon tho hour tho sum ot $175.00 with C "Yoiij-kne- w ?'' interI. S. MASON. This Is certainly some fine weather of 1 o'clock P. M. nnd 4 o'clock P. M. est thoreon from 15th dny of Fohni-ai- y "Well, you see." explained the .voung we are having. 1913, until paid. Said mortgage at the Court House door In Hartford man genlall.v, "when I received jour 'Ihe protracted meeting will begin $:ji)1,:jh paid back first letter I knew that somebody quite at thli plnco Ftlday night. Nlt will V GOV. SMALL'S AID Ohio County, Ky,, oxpnso for sale, to Is of rocord In Mortgago Dook 10, dlffeieut from Dolly had wtitteu It. I be conducted by Revs. Harper and the hlghost bidder, tho following do- - page 38G Ohio Couuty Court Clork's i le gum tied Inqiililoti of my Sister, offlco. - scutum property or so much thereof Chlcngo, Aug. 23 Fred E. StorPeg, a senior tit Sargent, nnd she told Landruth. Which said property has beon levitho iliig. Lleutemiit Govomor of n!noli. as muy ho neossary to make plain Several from hero nttontlod me about .Mollj Robblns, who was cost and the ed upon ns the property of J. T. being confused with Dollv Unb- BaptUt Association at Sluty Creek, recontly Indicted with Gov. Lon Small tiff's debt intorost and Park, and Vornon Ciiits, Grant Par'' HI , 'cost of this sale, two ttnets of land in subject to said respective mortgages, taut week. elts. It sounded leiisotiablu and so County, Ky on tho wators of and flrdored sold by said well, I've been biisj falling In love Mr. Loo Sanderfur and Mrs. Ella banker on chaises of embezzloment Ohio vendl exponas. Said salo will bo made on a . vvPh jou ever since, Why, I knew you Taylor vUltod Mr. C. M. Taylor and nnd conspiracy Involving $2,000,000 Canoy Creek and described as folcredit or six months, bonds with apr tho minute I stepped thioiigh the family. Sunday. o' State fund3, today forwarded n lows: gates." and Mr. oi:vt for ?TU,jsG.28 to Filward E. .First tract on the waters of Caney proved security required boarlng InMiss Alliohello Leach Molly's opposition wus fast diminHenry Ctabbo surprised their many M'tler. his sun ossor as State Tinas-un-r- . Creek and beginning at u mulberry terest at tho rato of Gf0 per milium ishing. She allowed huiscjf to be led N. E. corner to Mrs. Mooro's land in from day of sale until puid Saturdaj', by going to Rook-por- t, nnd havto the stieet, hut once there she ft Units In a letter, Mr. Storllng explained J. S. Park lino; then with J. S. Park's ing tho forco and offect of a t&lo Intl., nnd getting married. Wo ' stopped suddenlj'. hap- tills sum was "all thu interest col- lino S. GO E. 97 pules to stone, J. S. bond. r'We haven't been properly Intro, wish them Joy and a Jong and Witness my hand this tho 17th lected by mo on Stnto deposit sinco Young's corner; thenco with Bald py Ufo together. duced," she declared, primly, "I don't St. Louis, Mo., May 31, 1920," and that It Included Young's Hue S. 36 W. 150 poles to n day of August 1921. Mr. A. A. Sandefur of teally know you." stone on tho sldo of a branch; thenco S. A. BRATCIIER, "What you don't know," declared will unlve here Wednesday to visit "Interest to date on such collected Items from the dates when the down said bronch as It meanders Sheriff Ohio County. magnificently, "won't avvhllo with JiU many relatives and the young man when reduced to a straight line N Jno. D. Wilson, Attorney. samo camo to my hands." hurt you I" . friends. 8t3 o 1 v. Sj-steJ "Lisbon, Portugal. "Dearest Dolly: "1 cannot begin to tell jou how glad I nm again to he writing jou guess 1 acted like a cad about Ted Corbng hut at the same time jou must admit, little girl, that you gave me some cause for nnger. Dear, can't we call It quits? And ns for" The letter lluttcred from Molly's fingers. Who In the world was wrltlr.g to her like this? Why, she hud never had a sweetheart In all her lonely life, and out of a clear blue sky this. She llushed guiltily ns she thought of thu "little girl." ami hurriedly picking up the scattered sheets, 111118110(1 reading. The rest of the letter was tilled with thrilling tales of travel, bits of humorous aihenture, and between the lines a man's j earning for home and "his" Beaver Dam I6st to I'rovo Saturday by tho scoro of 9 to 8 I'rovo Mr Frank IJaruo of Beaver Dam, (cored 0 runs in tho first frame thus was In Louisville from Tuesday un getting the Jump on thu enemy Beatil Thursday, on buslnoss. ver Dam slugged along throughout the game, but could not overcome Mr. John Bsrnes, of Ronver Dam, Provo's lend. will return today from a buslnoss trip to St. nLuIa. Ills youngest son, Mai-coThe Meltonry Grays lost to the Ho- made the trip with him. sine team Satin day, score 9 to 2 Mrs. K. W. Cooper and children, who Havo been spending soveral PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS IIAHttllALli ItlUKKH Attention, Farmers! This will interest you. Please look The lloslno boj's slammed the Sulphur Springs pitchers nil over the weeks with Mrs. Cooper's mother, diamond Sunday and won from them Mrs. C. M. Harnett, returned to their 17 to 9. Warloy for Itoslno hit his homo In Nashville Tonn., yesterdaj'. second homer In tvvo days. Mr. Oscar Bishop and son, David, were In Russellvillo Tuesday making the necessary arrangements for David to enter school there this fall. He will leave next wook to pursuo His ' course of study. N'ocreck at these prices carefully. Highest Grade Standard Farm Wagons, Complete Bed Seat $ 08.7." nnd Break Highest Grade Rubber Tire Buggies, for young men PH.75 Highest Grade Steel Tiro Buggies, for young men HH.7.1 Highest Grado Steel Tire Surreys, for family 11 1.(10 Ames Open Top Buggy, Steel Tire !.( Williams 20-lBuhr Mill, the best mado Highest Ornde of Mowing Machines, John Deere 4 fc ft. cut. . I."S.M Highest Grado Wheat Drill, S with Fertilizer and Grass Seed Attachment :.()( Highest Grade Manure Spreader, Low Down, No. 8 John 1 .1H.no Deore Tj-pG. Feed Mill, Fairbanks-Mors- e l!.7.- No. 284 Fairbanks Morse Tobacco Trucks, for warohouse -, purposo 1.7.Falrbanks-Mois- e No. 284 Tobacco Trucks, for warehouse . imrposo , i o.7.-Cut Off Saw Rig. to be used with Korosene Engine) 12I..10 John Deere 8 ft. Hay Rakes :i I..10 Lalley Light Electric Faun Light PlanU Kl.l.uo Paul Water for Farm rosldonco or Town . . ,1 IH.OD Fairbanks Morso Farm Electric Light Plant tilH.OO Fairbanks-Mors- e Water System, No. S03, (.(insisting of ft. Horizontal Pneumatic Presiuro Tank, and .1x1". Tjphoon Pump, with nil fitting valve and gauge. . 1 18.00 Stag Sulkoy Plow, 14 in cut. John Deere, best mado .18.7.1 Fairbanks-Mors- e t H P. Engine 18.00 Fait ImnkVMorso 3 It P. Engine 71.00 Engine Pmup, Fairbanks-Mors- e UO.on Engine Pump, Falrbnnks-Mors- o smaller sice irj.on Model B. S ft Trnctor Disc Harrow, John Doero 1)8.7.1 n. 00 H.-.- handed drubbing Saturday Washington a In a flvo Inning game, scorfe 7 to T. Nocreek nnd Central Urove will tie up the coming Saturday nt Central Grove. . v ..... 1 ccr-talu- lj re v. f or ,, ' 19-1- Sat-urda- j-. or T u bor-tild- V i "" js