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NUMBER 10 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER w table was most attractlvo with flow- PEACE TREATY WITH COUNTY REPUBLICANS won the aoubIe- - header at Riverside ROOT'S PLEA FOR ers, glass and chnla. A largo birthiiouiuiuu,. mu youngsters PflBM nDf.AMI7ATinM tho game with tho grnco, stylo piay, HUNGARY IS SIGNED CLEANER COURTS day vcnko with seven cnndles, graced and earnestness of a team of old heads. PLAN FOR TAX BILL tho contor of the tablo nnd there were .. . Tlin Ollln r.nttntv llnnnlillr-n--n S!r. " in mey suck togcuier dainty favors at each plato. Ice Korcixn Minister mill V. S. Cnmuiis tor another Ml) Adams UrfiM Hivirt Punish' "- Moncr Drill! Stato of ecntlvo CmnmUteo met Saturday atiyotlr or two nn(, contnue to Improve wefo served by tho ment of Criminals; Fingerprint cream nnd cako War To CIom! tho Courthouse, agreeablo to call, In alul work a8 tney havo thlg ,umni(fr Forgery Demonstrated. hostess, assisted by her cousin, Mrs. one of tho largest meetings ever held ,hev wm makn tho Htlck irnt mirttv Senator's Measure Would John l.indly. Budapest, Aug. 30. Tho treaty of(by tho Committee, 40 of the total of hot )0fore another club can got Cincinnati, Aug. 30. A day ot Tho guests wero little Mltucs Vlr Levy On Only Six m sectional meetings devoted largely to glnln Davis, of Centertown; Irono Cox I,oaco hetween tho United States and 41 Precinct Chairmen being present all0ad ot the-Sources the greater reports 0t committees and discussion Hlrkliotul, Louise Westcrflold, Hettlo uunBar was seneci nero yesterday by proxy ana in person, .. ,.,.., I..- - !.',.. r,,, Mil, lot,.. n.nfhl'n..ml.n '. ueing prosent In ,,u'su": Klley Carson Lois Jane Riley, Lula of". "' i..'T. n it i w t n t na . The McIIenry Majesties together occupied delegates and visitors who . . . . i . ... wuue a mt or business was tllspos ,.... - poured into Cincinnati tndnv for th ., """ " .Martin, Winnie Cook nnu Hutu niiii'trtnrv ri (tutiuivu uiiu u...,.., 1411V1 " Washington, Aug. 30. A now ba- Campbell; Masters Kdward Turley nussioner "ere. cuoi oy tno committee, amne seVon jumw rooters chartered aoiali- - forty-fourt- h annual convention of tho speloyal Tho t,eal' wa sGnu m tho place which was the starting of tho Cam- sh) f taxation to take tho iluco of of Chicago; Maxwell Davis ot Center- Promt-towcal car Sun,,ay and vla tho IUinoIs American Dar Association. the House revenue muusure and prac Campboll, Charlie occupied by tho American mlssloh at palgn Committee to serve during tho(c t , io,.rneye., to onvson Snrlnrrs nent harristers from all sections of Charles ., houra tically all present tax laws wan pro itaize, Hoy V. Foreman, Carlisle GUI - o P. m. Alter tne signatures wero campaign now on for County Officers. the country were presont for the bu- rf fiomo jioscd tiylny by Senator Smoot, He- -. Hugh Milton and James Lester affixed Mr. Smith nnd Minlstor Uan - jw. S. Tinsley wns chosen Chairman wUh nIn scalps dangling from tholr slness meetings, auxiliary to tho pro- j ffy shook hand cordially, Mr. Smith with M. F. Chumley, Secretary and i,lnforms publican, Utah, who announced he Kuikorson. sram ofaddresses which begins to- was 12 Tho voicing th3 satisfaction of the United Miss Harriet Floner of Cromwell, as- - v ,' i.nni score i,.i. ,.,i.i. to 1. morrow before tho K;neral convon- was preparing a bill ombodylng tho j i.nii ' Stutos that friendly rotations between' slstant Chairman and head of the plan which he ostlmuted would yield .1. II. THOMAS HKIti: Ine liko that, you may make moro Hon Woman's. Organization. the two countries had been $3,835,000,000 this year. Ho added Ellhu not' ormor secretary ot scores than they do but vou can't Iteplylng, Minister Hanffj'' Tho meeting was wl.11 attended by that he would take the (inestlon up Commencing 'with next weok, Mr. llshed. beat them. The Majestic fans are stnte- - ,nado tw brleI addresses to- with the Senate Finnnco Commlttoe J. II. Thomas of Louisville, former ald tho conclusion of peace would Republicans from various parts of oynf thrutllIcU B'nd thlB aml they day in which ho urEcd the-ba-r to play when It luglns consideration of revo-nu- c editor ot this paper, will do the ui,jiaiiiti.iiiij auuiibkuvu kiic iiituu- iijc; vuuiuj .tun UAUUlIOIll UIUJlUHluSIU root so hard that tho team Just can't an important roio in creating public ship already existing botweon tho tw0 marked the proceedings. questions Thursday. ' " g M... ... go back on them. Moro spirit liko nnln!rn nnrl In orlnpnUtifv vrmno. Tfiw ...( J WUU2 ... n for tho Republican duritars will be opened at an early date that and we could havo a big league yers In tho fundamentals of tho law. The uso of only six sources of taxa- ing the nex. two nionths.'lie hnvin? The peaco treaty signed In Huda-'an- d an organization perfected In st circuit right tion, including a tax on manufactur"Modification of tha principles ot hero In Ohio County. ...nscnted to perfcrm that duty durbrings to an ond the technical cry precinct within tho County, even ers' salrs, Instead of tho moro tlutji ing tho period the present Editor Js law Is going on at greater speed and thirty-fiv- e ate of war between tfhe United to tho remotest points. now on the statute, books, In larger scope than ever before," iingagil as chairman of the County Our good friend and enemy "Jako" by Senator Smoot. Campaign was advocated .States and cotintrios founerly Mr. Root told today's session of tho Mr. Thomas Committee. Stevens, left- these parts recently for BASK HALL HHIKPS the Central empires of EuTho six wells from which tho Utah came down Sunday and Is spending legal education section, of which ho the Mountains to twirl tho Jenkins tr nlin t n i lf1V nnnltinlln f Senator proposal to pump revonuo the week 'with friends nnd relatives ro) e. On 'Wednesday last a treaty ' I..1I lun ajillllMUU Ul In... . -( lt - nli,mnl.l.li, o "11,11 ' la '.f was signed In Vienna by roprospnta-- I " ;" Jake hangs heavy with "",lg so """""' different from that lH llie island Station club scattered "' .Ink l" ""- ""'"" nnd the. amounts which he. estimates in tho Narrows country. wldeiy ot tho tlves of the United States and Austria lmrui IiIIIh nil nmr tne country an - holler." each would yinld annually follow: .: . reason .fifty years aco. that some Ktilding lino .. o--t . i,. , (v.it-,!.,-,m, o i.nnmnvni.'nniini.iT.. ti, 'lanB at jenKins nnu ior inni ,.n,i..n Income taxes (maximum rate of 32 nitji: bo found." I .. , , . ., .. ... . .,. wo wish tlin r inmnlnnsnln nn fliRin.' must uiMiii r per rent) 1830,000,000. llon vas execuwu in jjorun uuiwoen pious ot Asron, unio nnu ueen se- -' " The former secretary ot stato urgiv aiiiauaa u"AAX,,'uilhe umted status and Germany. No cured for a two game series to be as wo11 as success toJako. ' Ten por cent tnxon net corpora- ed that tho Bar Association exercise at Island. Is-- 1 tlou profits, $ IIS. 000,000. 'details of tho peaco accord entered in- - played Inst week-en- d strict supervision of lawyers of tho n Washington, Aug., 30. A , pre-'tstop Catchor Glenn, and short wUh Austrln i,av0 yot ,,ecn made land weVit to somo expense loahlng Tobncco tax (present ratos), coining generation, so that the. legal Hmlnary permit for development of puJjCi but u ,b un(lcrstood, that both 'up with a goodly bunch of stars. The,Crowe nlayert with the Lumbustow:i, profession kight havo competent 120,000 horsepower nonr tho mouth tnQ Au8lrlan nn,i nuni;arnn team Tuosday, against men to Akron club rolled in Sat- -' Butler-CountEstate taxes, $150,000,000. administer the law. , Tho gamq went 10 nea ot theurday morning primed to tame them. Morgantown. Manufacturers' sales tnx (3 por ot Diamond Croik, on the Colorado Uong foow cIogely th Jliss Annette Adams, of San FranItivor, In Mojave County, Arizona, treaty with Germany, which was At five o'clock that afternoon the innings, scoro 14 to 13 in favor of cisco, was ono ot tho speakers beforo cent). $1,200,000,000. I). Glrard today ...n.tn ....l.lln llin .1ni n? tia olr.n'i t(itn 'toams were still playing, the score Morgantown. While the six sources would pro- wasNgranted James tho crim'inal law section, urging by tho Federal Power Commission. -. duce only $3,JSO,000.000 Mr. Smoot Iwa 17 iO 2 in favor of Island and It punishment of those charged Ono yur Is allowed for completing ItOCKPOKT IIICII AXD GltAD- a hard-foug- swift Dam captured Beaver 'was only the fifth inning. However estimated that tho othor $015,000,-00- 0 with crime. game at Morgantown WednesVA) SCHOOL would be obtained from collection and datn for a license. ANXOl'XCEMKXTjUio game stopped shortly thereafter. "The. effect of example to tho pub- Granting of the pormit, the comSome fan recognized a ball player or day. The score was 5 to 2. Clssel lie and of reform for the criminal la 04f unpaid taxes, receipts from war Ilockport High and Graded School two as btir.g from Owonsboro and was on the mound for Beaver Dam sa'lvage and tho old tax on withdraw- mission says, 'marks an epoch in dervolopmcnt In tho begins September 5th. All patrons after moro no3eylng around It was and Dock Laslcy twirled for Morgan , lost If thcro Is long delay between his als. Unpaid tnxes, ho figured, should arrest and his final conviction and Inadd $340,000,000 to this year's revo Soutliwefit." Potential energy avail- - are cordially Invited to be presentand discovered that 'the team wag to the town. carceration," Miss Adams de dared. Roslne won from Sulphur Springs nuo, war salvago receipts should bo able for development in tho Colora- we urjia that a special effort bo made last man from Owensboro. Bats and Innocent men, too, should havo an do River drainage basin, it said, ex- - to secure a largo attendance from im- Sunday 11 to 9. bottles flew thick and fast, the around $200,000,000 nnd tho liquor early opportunity to establish their cec,ls 5.000,00 horsepower, ot which the beginning. tasrsho-jlpersonators started and they wero produce another $75,000,- i .. , Innocence." only 439,000 has baon utilized. There The Roslne second team defeated 0J0 Students desiring High School work kept on tho run until they wore three Foiged fingerprints were explaini'i.-..u..u,K,,t tho Beaver Dam second team Satur- may tajto their work hero and securo miles down tho L. & N. tracks. The Tho $895,000,000 anticipated ns4"ru """ ed to the same section by Milton Car0i i" ', (Trnn.l thft irnv. ,,,r Mm lnw' vlnlil full credit in any High School in tho Island fans didn't even allow them day by the score of 16 to 4. of Los son, a fingerprint expert ' tnr- nvnr 3 ftHA ftftO linrno nnwpr. Wfvuvyvuv O w.w. au.v i'.. ..... to get their clothes and they didn't state. ernmcut commitments at presont by Angeles, who told ne lawyers that FACULTY stop running until the last enraged 5434,700,000 according to Mr. Smoot. the first thins to prove where fingerLOUISVILLE MARKETS Prof. Roy H. Foreman, Principal, fan had been winded. Tho surplus, ho said, could bo used IIUIILKY TOIIACCO CHOP prints were Involved in crimo case3 200,000,000 POUNDS High School Subjects by tho Treasury to meet other was whether the print was made by Cattle A light number arrived for Prof. E. E. Wilson, which might bo made upon It Tho Beavers dusted and when tho Lexington, Ky Aug. 31. The to- - Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades. dust cleared away tho Centertown li e mmweeK iraning. wesi it ti a human hand. He explained how ngnt Ono of tho arguments which Mr. f.ngerprlnts could bo forged, dispos.11- -. .t.. - .1.- !.. u'"mi:i ul J ' Anna Lou Hazelrlgg. boys had captured two ball games, j butchers found a fairly good outlet ing of the popular theory, he said, Smoot said could bo mudo in'favor of Kentucky, which Is now being cut Third, Fourth and Fifth Grades. his program was its simplicity. "Any- Tho first game Played at Beaver Dam at steady prices; slow raid uneven ihitt fingerprints were infallible -- body ca.n Miss Flossie Mason, ' make out his tax return," and housed, Is better than was anticlSaturdaj tho Beavers dropped 9 to affair on medium and inferior grades. proof , 4, the. second played Sunday at Riv- - Undertone slow in tho heavy steer It Congress adopts Mds suggestion, nB!Pntod earlier In tho season, accord First and Second Grades. Delegates to tho convention in High School Courso of Study adding that it would result in a nB lo rename repom recoivuu uy Park they dropped to tho old vision, with few arrivals of 'strictly today madj reports of the of Good demand .or.tluiies (Classical) saving perhaps of $25,000,000 in tax Prominent tobacco warohousmen Mogg lads 8 to 1. Withrow work- - B"1"1 ki''Js- artlv.lles of their local and sU' bar StO'li-.ri fOV tllC bfSt quality and n,1 fnr M,o P'tnwnars in linth . FIRST YEAR collections and would do away with tn's c"'' The association of atI,Iants that oro ear'' Put out r- of tlin omnloves- - of seemingly doing better in the sec- fu I.ts at prevailing prices. about Rhetoric torneys general ni t the commia-ilon-erQuotations: Prime havj s,teers iceivcu a scttmcic to some, oxient irom Elementary Latin tho rovenuo service. ond than in tho first, at any rate tho 1.11 unifouu t,ta:e laws concluded steers heavy shipping tho excessive heat ami drouth in Juno $7 Algebra I scoro so Indicates. their sessiom today, prior to the gennnd July, It is stated, but tho late ?C.507; medium to good steers eral conventio l tomorrow. Physical Geography HAPTIST MISSION ; light $5C; fat heifers ' Physiology , HOARD IN SESSION plants wore moro fortunate nnd havo The Beavers play a series of two $5.50-.50been brought out by the timely rains - $56,25; fat cows $4.505.25; meweek-en- d SECOND YEAR games this with Island ?ta51. E. CHURCH SERVICES Tho District Mission Board of tho which visited Kentucky during tho American Literature tion. This series will determine the dium to good cows $35; cutters canners $1B2; bulls $34; lattcr Part r Jl,1' aml thla )art of History Early European Ea.ch team hat 1921 championship. Ohio County Baptist Association held r Rev T. T. Frazler will fill G6.50; stockers ?3.50 won two games, the fifth gamo being feeders its regular monthly session at tho tho crop is said to bo ot extra quality. o Latin II appointment here at tho il tobacco men hero Algebra II a tie-u- p Hartford Baptist Church. Tuesday. affair. These games are 5.75; milch cows $20 GO. Methodist ' " to bo played Saturday at Beaver Dam Calves Market itsady. Best veals o'clock a. Church next Sunday at 11 Botany ( 30th with tho following members' 80,t tnat tho cron as a w,,0, wiU not m and 7:30 p. m. And ',0 as la,'B as tliat ot 1D20 for tho $4(55.50; $9.50 down; .medium Evory effort will bo made to make and Sunday at Hartford. present: on the following Monday night ho acrcago was materlal- common $2 503'.50. Revs.' Birch Shlolds, Cromwell; R. reason that tho v this one of the best Graded and High begin a revival meeting at Mt. Hoijs ' red.ucod in many counties of tho Schools of its class In the State. alnr'tot.wcak'and generally will R. Hooker, McIIenry; M. G. Snail and Tho Provo ball club , suttered a Church. hurley district, hut that tho quality 75c off. Hermon ROY H. FOREMAN, Principal. clean detent at tho hands of tho Wy- - 35c lower; pigs suffeied Oscar Ashby, Route 1, McIIenry; W. Tho fourth quarterly conference year sox boys, Saturday. In the words of Top hogs s.o'd at $9.4u for l'JO'to for tho Hartford chargo will bo held C. Taylor, Roslno; Russell Walker, ""will bo superior to that of last pounds; heavies 2.10 pounds up ANXOUXOEMKXT ltartford; John A. Bennett of Utlca If favorable weather continues and a Wysox fan, "the Provo lads came at Goshen church on Saturday, Sept. tho maturing process Is not Interfered up as to JP.65; pigs. 90 to 120 pounds IS; 10th. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. over with their minds made was a visitor at the meeting. 90 pounds down $7; throwouts $0.15 Beaver Dam Graded and High the result, hut they went homo with Tho following Laymen wero also with. L. L. May and business session in afIt Is estimated that tho yield this School will open Monday Sept. 5th, tholr original Idea very much scram- down. In attendance, Messrs. Mvln and Mack ternoon. acSheep and Lambs Trade generalChapel oxorclses at 9:00 bled." John Fulkerson hurled for .Ross, Centortown; W. I. Iglehoart, year is about CO per cent crop in ag- 1921. ' rcago, which means that it will local Board of Educa- Wysox and gave the fans a clever ex- ly steady. Best lambs 'sold at $7 50 o'clock. Tho Central Grove; Sam Ilolbrook, Wood5IATAXZAS. ward's Valley; Thomas Baughn, Con- gregate more than 200,000,000 lbs., tion and all patrons are urged to he hibition of what a good man can do down; seconds $1. lown Best fat approximately present. with a good team behind him. The sheop $3 down; bucks $2 down. cord; Jamea Carter, Narrows, Orvlll na compared" with Mrs. J. iB. Maddox has returned PRODUCtl Any. pupils having texts thoy wish scoro was 3 to 2. The entire Wysox ' AVIlson, Green River and James C. 320,000,000 lbs. last year. homo, after spending sevoral days mr Buying prices net to shippers, tho ball and are to to sell, please bring them, as thoro is team played bang-u- p Bonnott and Wm. Fair, Hartford. with her sister, 51 ra. W. P. Rondor, III'THKL a shortag3 of books thruout the state. be congratulated for laying' oir mu- shipper paying freight. and Ovay.igc. and other relativs, in Ohio County. charges, are: KXIOYAHLK 1UTHDAY PAIM'Y Auyono wishing further informa- - tual enemy under tho sod. Llttlo Jlartha Mary Smith of Eggs Candled 28c dozen. Farmors ot this community nro J tlon relative to tho school please call spent Sunday with her aunt, Poultry Hens 17c lb.; spring ot the seventh busy with their tobacco, Tho colobratlon has anTho local management or write the Supt. for tho Beaver Dam 5Irsv Frank Everly, of Conter'own. birthday of Jainos Lester Fulkerson, Mr. und Mrs. J. D. Thompson ot High School Calendar, which given nounced that the fans will havo an chickens 17c lb.; roosters 9c lb.; old Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Render and ,at tho hospltablo home of his parents, Simmons Mrs. Ida Barnes nnd Mrs. course of study offered, teachers, opportunity to seo a good gamo of ducks 12c ro.; turkeys 25c lb.; geeso son, Gorald. of Llvormoro visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fulkorson, onjjnia Lyons, ot Hartford, woro tho etc. ball 'overy day ot tho Ohio County Cc lb.; guineas, old $3 dozen. and- Mrs. V. P. Render, Sr., Sunday. ' ButteV Country 21c lb. last Thursday afternoon, was a most j guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lunle Maples With several high schools in the Fair, Miss Jlnry Bonder spent a fow days, enjoyable occasion, long to be remem- - and family, this week. County, each maintaining an excelin Centertown last weok, with airs. bsre'd by tho little folks prosent. Mr. Ray Hawkins is making rapid lent courso of study, we slnceroly It Is apparently up to MoIIenry, P. T. A. TO MEET and 51rs. Frank Everly; NEXT THURSDAY Alva Bean Eight couples, sitting as quiet as' Improvement. hope that overy common schol grad- Denver Dam or Centertown to claim Mrs, Roa Daniel and chlldron spsnt uate will take advantago of the op- the championship mice lu the parlor, .awaited tho coinof the county WASHINGTON AsThe Hartford Parent-Teaching of the little hoit, to whom ih Sunday in Cromwell, visiting rola- - portunity to secure a high school edu- Thee three tonras should arrange to was to be a glad surprise mnde a tlves. Quite a large crowd attendsd tho 10tl get together and by a series of throe sociation wrjll 1iold a reception at tho cation. "picture When Jamns Les- -. Miss Vera Hawkins, who has been uhurmlnf? E. E. ALLISON, Supt. or flvo gam Qs olimlnnto all but ono school building next Thursday even- revival which Began hero aionday Ohio County ing 7:30 to J) : 30. All patrong nnd evening, and a splendid sermon was team, grab the all-sttor finally walkod In, with a bewilder- - toachlng In Oklahoma for somo time, ln- on his face, ho was greeted spent tho past three wesks with her MARRIAGE L1CKNSKS od look tonm 'again nnd wlndup the soaspu frlonds of tho school are cordially dol'vered. SIXCE LAST ItKPOR'r with ii grand with shouts of laughter and the mer- paronta, Mr, and Mrs. S. J. Hawkins. Misses Violet Allen and JSdyth finish. Fair woek iVltod to bo prosent and moet the now rymaking began. Each little guest Mrs. Chick, of nenver Dam, will be would be a mighty good tlmo to de- - as well as the former teachers in our Tinsley. of this place, were tho school. guests ot Mlbs Alum Baughn of Conbrought a prosent which wns duly ad-- ( the guest of Mrs.Charllo Smith dur A. G. Butler, Bcavor Dam, to cldo such" a championship. tt i no cmiu- - mg me next tew uays. cord from Sunday to aiouday. llonryo Porter, Boavor Dam. iniroa nnu npprecinieu. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Balzo of Denver Mr. and 5Irs. Rayco Igloheart, ot ailsa Vorslo Newcomb who has beou ren then repaired to tho yard where Hohort Raymer, Bowling Greon, to The Sulphur Springs school team but ov Dam, woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. ZMa Rhea Cox, .Beaver Dam. games, old to tho grown-ups- , defeated the Sunnydale ball club, Fri- Munslng, Alioh., aro tho parents of making an extended visit with Mrs, Clydo S. Wilson, Beaver Dam, R. day afternoon at Sulphur Springs 8 a baby boy, born recently. Tho lit- Altha Leisure of Hartford, returned er new to tho young, woro highly on- - Joseph Albln last Sunday. oyed. Mr. and" Mrs. Luulo Maplos spant 2, to Ueulah Taylor, Boaor Dam to 0. The school boys handed out a tle fellow's grandmother, Mrs. Helen homo aionday. Miss Ena Westerfl&ld ot AlexanIgloheart, who hud.been with Mr. and genuine goose egg. At four o'clock they wero called to from Saturday to Monday with their R. 2V dining room which was beautlful- - daughter, Mrs. Barnlo Hocko'r of 5lrs. Igleheart for soma time, has re dria vicinity, spent Tuesday night Eldred Lee, Beaver Dam, R. 2, to wjih her cousin, ailss Corala Lake. The long Midway, lighted and decorated. Tho Hartford Jeuvenlle Champions J turned to her home here. Annie Maddox, McHenry. ... ' , ' "-'"- . "'. '...;: ""." '" i 1 "i"T ( .... I I n; ..,.., ,, ' i.i, , b- ' j j a. quill-drlvln- "'-"-'- ev-po- ' ig . I "'''lt i ,.i i . .. u, .... """' 1 k I $255,-O00.00- 0. y convon-self-styl- ed ht ' hydro- -electric ; i d u-l- do-jna- 1 lt 1 .if ii i ed, two-lhlri- ls 0; . l$23; i Woll-poste- as-th- ;5 -- ' X i in er ar N J such time as the imperial German the coming into forco of the1 present r3si iBi$ government and tho Imperial and treaty. roy.il government. ARTICLE THREE or their successor or successors, shall "The present treaty shall be have respectively made suitable proIn accordance wijh tho constituvisions for tho satisfaction of all tional forms of the high contracting claims against said governments, re- parties and shall take effect Immo-- j Copyr'r J 92 1 spectively, of all persons, whereso dlately on the exchange ratifications ) by K J Krynetilj ever domiciled, who owe permanent Tobacco Co which shall take effect immedf-ttelWliulc ,.31,0, allegiance to the United States of on the smoke N.C. tho exchange ratifications which America and who have suffered, thru shal take place as soon as possible I.IU I Wl JJiJ-- ' ' 1 'he acts of the Imperial German govgatlons tinder Parts II. III. Sections ernment, or "its agents, or the im.ill. nen police themselves TOURISTS DO THEIR Oil ''n "In witness whereof the respective tc to S inclusive, of Part IV perial androyal .ml way t.i ur-- f nir. iv Htiropljncs plenipotentiaries have signed this Part VIII of the treaty o"f TRAVELING BY AIR hip.-- , and they, government, or Its agents, since July Versailles. in t:rn, to ba I mi. roaty and have hereunto affixed their Part II relates to the boundarlos of 1, 1914. loss d.unng. or Injury' to In ibe near futtira different .N seals. Gorman; Part III to the political l.e.ur l.oiiddii ;v Itemibir their persons or property, directly or are tn be adnptel which will r u "Done In duplicate in Berlin, this clauses for Europe. Indirectly, whether thru the owner- twenty-fift- h 1'or .Numerous ('(iiiliiicnl.il lain fast and slow machines to uri if day of August, nineteen ship of shares of stock In German. twenty-one.Titles. levels of the sir. The battlepl.in i " The lSest Ailwrflsi-meiit- . American, or oth"on an even kpel" must be abov. ,i Dep.u (incut Issuer Statement. er coiporatioii3, or in consequence nf London. August 27. "Car for Am- height of 10.000 feet. The big pi, Tho following statement with reThe best advertisement any mor- hostilities or of any operations of spect to the treaty was made by the chant can have U a satisfW custom- sterdam at tho door." A couple of sunger machine which carries sot war, or otherwise, and also shall State Department: er. No greater recommendation can passengers, oxhoited by tho loathor-lung- thing llko twenty people nnd sever! have granted to persons owing per Advantages Preserved. official, reach for tholr suit hundred pounds of goods will lie n!t- "Tho treaty defining poac rlatlons be given an article than the followto the United between Th department s statement re manent allegiance the United States and Ger- ing by K. U. UHburn, Prop., Gulon cases and furs and past, out Into the Btd to below .",000 feet street. viewed the treaty In detail, emphasiz- States of America most favored na- many was signed at Berlin today. It Drug Store, Gulon, Ark! "We hnve ,'Us' Wu,,t SI'" ing that any advantage, which might tion treatment, whether the some bo was signed on behalf of the President sold Chamberlain's "Brussels." ''del Anothor couple- fol- - ' Cough Remedy "I used a bottle of Chamberlain' low. have been gained by ratification of national or otherwise, in all matters of the United States by Ellis Lorln for years and have always found that I tho treaty of Versailles is fully pre- affecing residence, business profes- Dressel, commissioner of tho United it gives perfect "Paris." This time there nr ,r.if Tablets some time ago and they prov- satisfaction." ,n,a dozen, four mon and two women. tei1 to bu Jl,,t whal l needed," writes served under tho present instrument. sion, trade, navigation, commerce and Stats, who had received full powers . . . ' rno latter aro Americans, each, volla "anKson, Chllllcotho, Mo. Regarding such further settlements industrial property rights, and until for the purpose; and on behalf of Ki:XTL"CKV with tho Imperial German government and "T1,0' ""t "nly relieved mo of Indi- d as may be necessary between tho two spctacles. LOW PI"U CKXT OF KKKIIS a "G"'"" a,ltI the president of Germany by Dr th-- imperial and royal Austro-Hu- n Dcaming at the thought ui toned up my liver and nations the statement said: of "doing K"'iun Fredrich Posen, minister of foreign rI(I ,ne ( 1'aokacho and dizziness tUnt "It is understood that diplomatic garlan government, or other su'cos affairs. Lexington, ICy.. Aug. 80. During" Yurn"'" b' aeroplane. Tlu' scono ls an aIr trave bureau - llai1 be'on subject to for some time velatlons will bo resumed upon tho sor or successors, shall have rcjpu:"The treaty witii Germany Is in 1920 Kentucky manufactured approx-- i tlvely confirmed to the United States exchange of ratifications of the treaaccordance with the peace legolution Imately one-ha- lf nn.l In .., ,.,.. ' tn ''ea"t of tho Wost End thoi T,le' '",1 """ a world of good and I ty .and then negotiations can be un- of America all fines, forfeitures, pen- adjpted by Congress and approved b less than one-haof the stock feeds! termlnus of a scorc of airways spun ' wl" alwa'8 speak a good word for m of different kinds used in tho Stato.l,,ko " l"I,ll,cr' dertaken with respect to commerce alties and seizures imposed or made the President on July 2, 1921. w' across Europe. t,lemby tho United States of America durr aulallne Ir0111 Warsaw far east to and other matters thru tho ordinary "The preamble of the treaty recites according to a report which has just I ing tho war, whether in respect to KAIXMAICnit UKTS THE MO.NKY diplomatic channels." sections one, two and five of tho reso- neen made by j. n. Turner, head of Malaga in the .south of Spain. It is the property of tho imperial German lution which relate to Germany. S o cloek in the morning, unare Administration officials the feeding stuffs department of the and the government or German nationals or Peoplo in the Medicine Hat region Kentucky Agricultural Experiment cars aro Milting out for Crovdon derstood to feel, however, that Rights Guaranteed. , Hun()I tho Imperial and royal Austro i "Hda havo confidence now In lerodrome. questions between the Unit Station. "Article I of the treaty provides average The report shows that an garian government or Austio-Hun- "What about my machine for Co- - Ua""laIer "Rtfiold who was brought ed States and Germany are as fully of 40 per cent of the wheat and shall have that the United States .shall have all feeds, 5:: per (?oorod as seonis necessary for tho garian nationals, cent of the corn by- penhagen".'" asks a nervous passen- irom lalirornla to deliver four incln . waived any and all pecuniary claims the rights and advantages specified products feeds of ruin betvveon May 1 nnd Aug 1 present by the reaffirmation of tho and only about 15 per ger. "Car In a minute sir." says the including those aginst the United States of America." in tho resolution, or the stock feeds of all classes offlci.il reassuringly "Vours is a pri- He "delivered" four and a quarter llnanclal and economic clauses of tho stipulated for the benefit of tho Unit cent vate machine. We've had to phone Inches during the period and received Part Two. Versailles treaty. In that connection ed States In the treaty of Versailles. consumed during the year were man- tho aerodrome to resoe if a pilot was Pay at the rate of $2000 an Inch The "Iloing desirous of restoring the In the State. there is a provibion in tho tieaty "Article II of the treaty deflues ufactured Innahltuntx say tho country, which H Tho State produced no oil mill by- available." affirming tho piobent attitude of his filcndly relations existing between more particularly tho obligations of products soml-nrir- i. novor had so much rain Hey Presto! government toward tho reparation the two nations prior to the outbreak Germany such as cottonseed meal, with respect to certain probefore. His success brought him an There is no regular airway to linseed oil meal, peanut meal and commission, by declaring that tho U. of war: visions In the treaty of Versailles. et, but the travel buronu offer from a Wisconsin fnrniors orcopra meal and no moat scraps, ac "Have for that purpose appointed Thus It Is provided S. loserved tho right to participate that tho rights cording to Mr. ganization un Inch for nr." In the commission's deliberations, but tholr plenipotentiaries; Tumor. Only 10 per can always arrange for a private ma 'clpitution. of and advantages stipulated in tho trea chine. If neCOflKlrV lino Mil rln.. .... Hatfield's outfit consist-Ijo bound to any such parcent of the digested tankage used In "Tho President of the United ty of Versailles would not b "I' for the benefit of tho tho a ta,,k "" feet n,K which ho claim, ticipation except by Its own decision. States of America, Ellis Lorlng Dre-?e- l, United State woro produced within her. for a machine to Constantinople nnd States shall enjoy are those boundaris. car fo' r"'don would be wait contains n chain leal mlxtiiro tint of tho Thoro wcro a number of .tho commissioner United dfined In Section 1 The text of the treaty follows: .. of Part IV and .... .. .. ...... Inp nn nh. "opens t. . the clouds." Sclontlt 1'jiit One.' " "'" States of America to Germany, and Parts V, VI, VIII, IX, uinri msiuo nail an J smile up metlTods X, XI, XII, miscellaneous iced materials used in hour. at his In a small wny during thoand pretensions the State "Tho Prosldent of the Gorman "Tho United States of America XIV and XV. Air travel, however, is not the (,1m-Pyear but only a few of them bad an Dr. Fricdrich Itosen, minister of and Germany: "Section I of Part IV contains the ION'S ItKSTItlCTKI) LIUSIM matter that it seems. While to appreciable production in tho State, "Considering that tho United foreign affairs. provisions by which Germany rethe average man fl.vmg Is mroly an States, acting in conjunction with its "Who having comp.irod their full nounced her formor ovorseas posses Mr. Turner said. New lonsos recently Issuod by an unusual sensation, o- to tho authoricobelligerents, outerod into an arm's- -' powors found to be In good and duo sions in favor of tho principal allied When you havo an achey, stretchy ties it is a method of travel requiring thoiuies of zion City. 111., cov. r .i tlce with Germany on November fotjm, have agreed as follows: ' nnd associated powors. This confirms feeling and you are dull.tlrod and dis- logulatlons such as no period of 107U years, which Is supother eleven, nineteen eighteen, in order ARTICLE ONE tho rights of the United States with couraged It ,1s a sign of approaching locomotion has approached. form of posed to take in tho period of the "Germany undertakes to accord to respect to Yap a treaty of peace migh he con-- ! that and the other former Some of tho regulations are of millennium and give a clearance of the United States, and the United a6rmun ou.rbeail posses.iuis upon an malaria or chills. You should act clm'8': quickly to ward off an attack. o Interest to the passenger. Kor 100 years for tho coming of Chrl-- t ui arnica biiuii huvu uiiu uiijij) illl riKIUS oquallty with thp other powers. The i.uiiBiiieriUK mill mo uuui.t offers you the help you noed. It Instance, he must not take a camera Zlon leases do not allow a pface for Versailles wtu Blgnod ou Juno twen- - prlvllegs, ludcninitios, roparatlous or other parts of tho treaty of Versail niuotetm nineteen, and advantages specified In the aforesaid les abovo montlonod embraces tho destroys tho malarial gorm, drives out without permission or carry a letter the muuu factum, solo or stor.igc ol all Impurities and makos you foot In his pocket, or drop anything ov- alcoholic drinks, or tobacco. Thrai' according to the Joint resolution of the Congresh of military clauses, the row Into fore reparation, fi halls, drug stores or plar. s f the machine. All of Its article four hundred and the United States of July second, nancial and economic clauses, tho blight, vigorous and choerful. Pi Ice erboard from terms COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug j these are cilmes. and liable to heavy holding Hforet organization inodniR-arincluding all parts rotating to forty, but has not lieeu ratified by nineteen twenty-onaerial navigation, Company. . forbidden and no products oi .t. l.uI...J U. ...-.- . ..1ivumuiies .HUIUIIUHU ,,,.,.. The laws, too. against .f in imuiimneni. lit.. ..tol.... . .,.,.,. iiib l niien oiatea. rnll,.-u,nut .1... i h... ' wntarwuva nml ' nerlal smuggling are particularly swine are allowed to bo sold .v.. n '" " l ... .... ..s .!. c... m ..u.m ui u.e vnnmi w.isi lllt,M an,i mUcellnneous provisions. ui " i.uouerin iui TO HUM) ''TKACHKltAOI-S?drastic, and Include everything from city In the world has such tha United States passed a joint reso- - in the Treaty of Versailles, which the The result Is to put the United States a gramme of radium to n revolver, a restrictions. hitlon. approved by the President Ju- - United States shall fully enjoy not-l- y on a footing with the other allied and The toachor in rural communities packet of saccharin or & i,,,,i t L second, nineteen taweMly-onwhich wltlutardlng the fact that suoh trea- - associated nnwern with ruunr.o- - m nil Is often given little consideration In baoeo; while for s passenKAr to ty ha. not been ratified by the United reuds iu part as follows: take ,,, al, p,HUgcs tlle r,K,lU (lofIn0(l regard to a living place people a cnrrler pigeon aboard Is Uy the Senate sheer tUi and States "Resolved. FLETCHER'S It Is piovldod that the Unltod State), seomlng to think if sho has a place rrfge. lioubo of Repre.ientatlves of the Unit AKT1 ILK TWO In nvu.iliig itsolf of the rights and to sloep and soaiothlng to ont those 1 Attain, the air passenger mint stick ed gtiltes of America In eongresa as- "with a view of defining more nuvuui.iges supuiaieu in tl.?so are tho only things nocossary. Tho to the recognised airways - tlciiisrly the obligations tkat the state of war dwlarNEW of Germany of tho treaty, will dp so in a U. S. biiroau of education Is thoto- - aiH well ni'nr inn .,..,1,11... . The lH'K - "" i'iiiihuiiwi i A to exist between the Imperial Gar- - m"er tho foregoing article with nniiner lomU'ont with the rights ue- - foro considering tho advisability of Corat Hrltaln alono. Illrd's-oy- o areas n government and the Unltwl Kl,rCt to certain provisions vfcw Tho govcrnn.rnt him Just tunu'd In th roiuetl ti Germany under such piovi-slou- s establishing "teaoherogos" in such of the Derby, the Ornnrt States of America by the Joint reso- - tieaty of Voraalllos, it is underhtood to to provido a roal hotijo Cowes Regatta or th Uont-rac- oNational oU a lot of .dlvor communities Mitlon of Congroiw approval April G, and agieed botvveon the high ore tho contonnlal of the ' Leaguo Not Illmllii','. for the touchers, and thus check tho frowned ipon by the Air JllnUtiv Is hereby dwolared at an end. tractlng parties: llu.lon of Missouri to the I'lilon 1.m ' Tho treatv provides that th Unit- shortage of Tho an way, in its own peculiar '''Plrst That the Vsht advantage ed Slnte jliull not bo bound by anv lified teachers. In somo nnd qua"Riotlon 2 That in making this main other coun- fashion, is as well regulated as Pic- "ariy design on tho coin plnures an dolrt!on, and us a part of It, thero stipulated In that treaty for tho hone-ar- e or tho provisions of the treaty which tries a homo for tho teacher goos cadilly or ricot snttler. garbed In buckskin, strct. Koon t,. expressly rosarvod to tho United fit of tho Unltod Stntos which it Is reloto to the League of Nations . I tlth IhA r..l.n.l Tlu .vm. uiu Dtiimu, unu II. . ptan .iiasingni is tho rule. Thnr nr,. .. th .'"suiting with an Indian, who n 1110 .. holiVng out ho calumet or plp States of America, and its nationals, Intonded tho United States ahull havo I tilted State: aUo assume3 no obli- - many advantages. lx Jllconicn ot; It is not necessary. The peat upon America an obligation The United States also stipulates that it will not be bound by the sections of the Versnillos treaty relating to the boundaries of Germany, to political in Europe, to the settlement affecting China, Sinm, Li beria, Alorocco, Egypt. Turkey. Hill- gar or Shantung, or to tho establishment of an international labor organization. In a State Department statement issued to announce the signature of the tieaty, special mention was made of the reaffirmation of this government's share in tho renounced German overseas possessions, tho statement declaring that this provision, "confirms the rights of the United States with respect to Yap and other former German overseas possessions upon an equality with tho other Austro-Hungarl- reparations or advantage, to- tlon one of part four, and nans five. gelh,r llh th" r,s,,t t0 flaforce tI,e ix eight, nine, ten, eleven, TUCATV I I Id uIUItIlU HR,nu' t0 whlch " or thr have bH te)n ""' nftwn The United Statu, coin ontlttd under the terms of the In availing Itself of the rights and ad- 'armistice, signed Novomber 11, 1918, vantages stipulated In the provisions r '"" eiuiiBioiis ur .... , Uk of that will so In a In this par enefits Under Fans fact fcllUIUWtflJI UtllVil ,HQtD monuicnuuns agraph, treatydomentioned manner conV1lltlCW are In the possession of the United sistent with the right accorded tfl To Remain; League Is Statee of America by reason of It Germany under such provisions. Thrown Out. participation In the war or to which "Second That tho United States Us nationals have thereby become shall not bt bound by the provisions Washington, Aug. 2fi. Tho treaty rightfully entitled; or, which, under of part one of that treaty, nor by any tho tronty of Versailles hnvo beon provisions of that treaty including With Germany, which was signed was inndo public to- stipulated for Its or their bonofit; or those mentioned In paragraph ono of in Ilorlln, night by tho State Department. It to which It is entitled as ono of tho this article, which relato to the Coveputs Into force the economic repara- principal allied and assocatod pow nant of the League of Nations, nor tions, military and vnrloim other pro- ers; or to which it is entitled by vir- shall the United States bo bound by visions of tho unratified treaty of tue of any act or acts of Congress, or any action taken by tho Leaguo of Nations, or by the council or by the Versailles, but provides specifically otherwise. " 'Section 5 All property of the assembly thereof, unless tho United not bo that tho United States shall bound by the covenant of the League imperial Gorman government, or Its States 3hall expressly give its assent of Nations or by other enumerated successor or successors, and of all to such action. "Third That tho United States as Gorman nationals whloh'was. on parts of tho Versailles settlement. declarations of tho pact reso- April 6, 1917, in or has since that sumes no obligations under or with The' lution arc reaffirmed In tho treaty dato come into the possession or un- respec tto tho provlsnolfso bannat nnd it contains, in addition, a blanket der control of, or has been the sub- rpspect to the po yions of part two. provision that any benefit which ject of a demand by tho United States part three, sections two to eight of part four, and part thirmight accrue to this country under of America or of any of Its officers, the Vorsnilles pact Is to bo regarded ngents, or employes from any source teen of that treav "Fourth That, while tho United as of full force. Oormany's renun- or by any agency whatsoever, and all ciation of her overseas possessions property of tho Imperial and royal States is privileged to participate In government, or Its the reparation commission, ncconlng Jointly to tho big five powers Is reaffirmed, as arc the military clauses successor or successors, and of all to tho terms of part eight of that nationals which tronty, and In any ohor communica of the Versailles treaty, tho sections relating to prisoners, lopnratlons, - was on Decumber 7, 1917, In or has tion established under tho treaty or n mice, economic settlements, coni- - sluco that date come into tho possos- - under any agreement .supplemental of all ot'iei sion or under control of, or has been thereto, the United States is not inerce and abrogation oxisting treaties between tho two tho subject of a demand by tho Unlt-o- d bound to participate in any such com States of America, or any of Its munication unless it shall elect to do countries. officers, agents, or oniployes, from so. No League Aillon ISindiii "Fifth That the porlods of time In disassociating the United States any source or by any agency shall bo retained by tho Unit of which referenco Is made In article from the League of Nations the document provides not only that this gov- ed States of America, and no disposi- four hundred and forty of the treaty ernment will not bo bound by the tion thereof made, exept as shall have of Versailles shall run, with respect covenant, but that no action of the been heretofore or specifically here- to any act or election on the part of league shall be considered as placing after shall bo provided by law, until the United States, from the date of -, ' GERMAN-AMERICA- N any and all rights, prlvllRM, Indemni-- j and enjoy are those defined in sec-lio- n, ,,,,,,,,,, j IF I wth. H K.'i Q&MWt&I ft irfrrKV&tllliiX .- - fittS? Hw&sW. N,u 'W4J-- V 'rJ-- iti-r- n - vT' t M . to-l- xmmPwjrtr Seven days out of every week you'll get real smoke joy and real smoke contentment if you'll get close-u- p to a jimmy pipe! Buy one and know that for yourself! Packed with cool, delightful, fragrant Prince Albert, a pipe's the greatest treat, the happiest and most appetizing smokeslant you ever had handed out! You can chum it with a pipe and you will once you know that Prince Albert is free from bite and pn.rch! (Cut out by our exclusive patented process!) "Why every puff of P. A. makes you want two more; every puff hits the bullseye harder and truer than the last! You can't resist such delight! And, you'll get the smokesurprise of your life when you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Such enticing flavor you never did know! And, P. A. stays put because it's crimp cut and it's a cinch to roll! You try it! A pipe's a pal packed with F. A,! Print Alhirt I, xeJ In teppy rtj tijy Austro-Hungarla- n Austro-Hungarla- n 1- rranatflme pounj end hall pound tin ImmUnrt end In tha peumt tryttut g Ian "". r1 tint, , moUttnr tpanf top. humidor with I what-ovo- r, fflMHs9oQ! JtE W ri national joy '! Austio-Hungari- ge 1 SK.-I.ln- t Autro-IIuiigaila- n, -- er MAXl'l-WCTUHKIt- ' horn-rlinine- ,' lf - coin-mcic- ial . if .. .. I Em-pir- o, lo ' i to Her-Mn- e, .j! 1 i. vur e, ....., ' ". 1 th0 OMldren Cry T J pro-viiio- CASTO half-dollurt RA . cou-191- 7, FOBDNEY TARIFF AID TO MARKETS -- ttxaftVfOvt ra'r'V-- i.. fllt 1 AHIA Kl Hfe H fin otice to Ford SOil Owners We have secured from our Branch at Madisonville, Ky., Mr. U'Lsrt. Contents 15 TluidDraclim America's Business Will velop Under Law, Experts Assert. De- rut 2 hmtJJXMJ) For Infanta and Childron. 0. V. Liles, who needs no introduction to the residents of Ohio i County, having spent the greater part of his life here. He is, known by most every one in he County. Mr. Liles is our tractor service man ; he will call on every Fordson owner in the County at regular intervals for the purpose of getting better results out of the tractor and tracor implements. He will be glad to tell you anything you wish to know regarding oil, implements and tractors. He will make any adjustment necessary, and will advise if any repairs are necessary. Mr. Liles' ability as a tractor man and as a gentleman has never been questioned, and we feel that he will be a great advantage to the tractor owners. We would like for you to with him as we feel that you will be greatly benefitted by his service. There are 39 Fordsons operating successfully in this County, so it will take Mr. Liles several weeks to get around; but if you would like for him to call on you within the next few days, send ug a card as we would like for you to get the best results out of your tractor. The lubricatioiuand the operating are of the most importance. All of these Mr. Liles will thoroughly explain when he calls on you. All we ask of you is to with us, and we Will be benefitted. te co-oper- Yours for better tractor service, Beaver Dam Auto Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. IT DID FINE WORK SAYS CARPENTER ) Argentina celebrated the Inauguration of faster boat service between New York nnd South America recent"Tanlac certainly hits the nail on ly when the now American passenger the head, for the way It has helped liner, American Legion, concluded me Is nothing Bhort ot wonderful," her mulden voyago at the port of was the statement made by F.. L. Cor-wi- n, Iiuenos Ayes. The post of the Le389 E. Thornton St., Alcrcn, gion thera and government officials held a reception for the American n carpenter. Ohio, "Some months ago I lost my ap- liner's crew. petite and got to where 1 could hardFollowing tho announcement ot the ly look at anything to cat without I seemed to get' no Rev. John W. Inzer, Baptist minister getting sick. strength from what llttlo I did force of Chattanooga, Tenn., that he would down, for I was bo weak I could marry free of charge all service men hardly pick up a hammer. My kid- attending the third annual convention neys bothered me a great deal and ot tho American Legion at Kansas my hack hurt so bad it was torture City this fall, provided they furnish to be btooping over and straighten- the brides, a Kansas City Jeweler has announced that ho will furnish weding up. "Noticing in the papers so much ding rings for the couples, "oven it about Tanlac I decided to give it a thore are 1,000 of them." trial, and it certainly has dono fine His refusal to preach over tho body work for me. Why, I never had an appctito before in my life, of an American doughboy killed at such y Chateau-Thierrbecause the coffin nnd I haven't an achts or pain of any Tanlac Is the best medi- was draped with the Stars and Stripes kind loft. cine I've ever tried, and I'm only has caused tho Rev. John Snavely, too glad to say a good word for it." Lancaster, Pa., to become the storm of an investigation Just Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. center una uy an leuuiug urucTi launched by the American Lpgion xi. i). uean Imnieditely took charge of the reAdvertisement. Klsts everywhere. mains and obtained another minister. well-know- Akron Man Ueclares lne Way Tanlac Helped Him Is Nothing Short Of Won derful. of Mount Hood, one of the' high peaks of tho Pacific coon ranges membors of Hood I(Iver post of the American Legion have announced thnt the climb will be made anually. ot Governor Olcott and Secretary State Kozor led the Alpine party of 8D, composd pf Lcgionaires and state officials. The climb required two days and a night. last month PARISIANS EAT ZEBU FLUSH Paris had been eating zebu steak for moro than a week before It realized that it was not beef. The zebu, or Indian ox. Is a member of the bovine family with short, backword-pointe- d horns and a largo unshapely hump on Its shoulders. The French bring them from Madagascar, and it was when the public saw a herd of 200 being driven into a slaughterhouse that they found out what they had been eating. The meat ot the animal has long served for food and the hump especially, which consists mostly ot fat. Is relished. Some claim that the meat is more tender and delicate than beef, and after tho discovery a few restaurants featured tbo dish on their menus. mm . TAKE TO AMERICAN GAMES All over Germany American athletics are being hailed as a substitute for German militarism, and a national conference ot German Y. M. C. A. secretaries decided to obtain tho services ot an American athletic director. A student's club in Hannover adopted a resolution to the effect that sport was a "moral to save the German youth from further moral ruin." Requests for funds and various athletic equipment have been made to tho World Student Christian Federation, which organization announced that It would do all it could to further the movement. cd SLIGHT MISUNDERSTANDING CAS.TORIA AMERICAN LEGION NEWS Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S With his aim the "humanlzation of the document" and its enlargement to include news of the ''whole- United States army,, which includes the national guard and the, reserve," Brig. - Gen. Honry and newspaperman, took over publication of the Army and Navy Journal with Its issue ot August 20. The editor, commander of "Relllys Bucks," Chl- -t artillery regiment, has cago war-tim- e been prominent in the American Legion since Its inception in Franco nnd was a founder ot the Illinois depart- rolnter, national guardsman J. Rellly, Chicago, West ment. V I ! Following their successful ascent A Scotsman, anxious as usual to Canadian soldlor soclties havo been "make a bit," hit upon the idea ot asked to cooperate with American collecting old tin cans and pieces ot Legion posts of tbo wost in tho search scrap iron. Having accumulated a for Fred E. Woodward, Sidnoy, Mont. good collection he sent them to a loLegion post commander, veteran of cal Junk shop. Somehow or other, the Princess Pats and tho A. E. P.,j however, they went astray and w.;re who disappeared June 28. It is feared delivered to tho 'ong plat Imagino his surprise tho next that Woodward is a victim of apasia morning when ho received tho folFAVOR NEW INAUGURAL DATE lowing letter from a garage: "Dear Sir: Your motor car to hand. We Declaring that too much tlmo elap- havo never seen a worse smash, but ses between tho eloctlon and Inaugu- we will do our best to put it together ration of a prcsidout, tho American again. We send you herewith an Bar Association recommends that tho estimate for the cost of repair and date of tbo inauguration be advanced approximate date ot delivery." from March 4 to tho third Monday in Jauuary. Tho association also "Jimmy's got a great scheme to get that tho congress elected in No- out of school en nice days." vember shall meet on the second "How does he work it?' Monday ot the following January. A "Ho goes out an' washes his face bll) has already boon introduced by at recobs an the teacher thlnkshe's Senator Ashurst providing for simi- sick an' sends him home." Ram's Horn. lar changes. ad-vli.- es Washington, Aug. 27. One of tho outstanding features of tho Fordncy c tnrlff lull is its provisions to proat rnnnT.-.- T PER CENT. mote the sale of American goods in AVcOciaWcrrcparalionforAs I foreign countries. This is provided simimlimjinciooa uy iwjjuw for in the reciprocal provisions of the tlntft heStomachs and Dowels tf hill, winch are more liberal than In any tariff bill yet enacted. One of the strongest provisions confTterctyftomounfiDscsBio r.fipprfii ncwanaucsuwuiu"" fers authority on the President to renor duce all rates and duties 20 per cent neither Optom.Morphlnc J Mineral. Not Kmigotio in return for similar favors granted jhtfrorotdDcsuLwacm to the United States by any foreign country This particular section conft Vr wk Senna tains no restrictions whatever upon Jnitrirr :j the President. It does not require JVffurmmv r his bargaining with foreign countries ham Sifd CmMStKf to be ratified by tho Congress Any CKfuJ; )a,trrrrtinnf reciprocal agreements the President ?!2f-a koi.ifnlHcniedyfor may make undr this provision are GonstJpalionand Diarrhoea. pormitted to remain in operation for anu rcwri";- a period of five years. Under anothOF SLEEP er section tho President is given comrcsultinetlicrcfrmMnlnwncy. plete authority to take retaliatory ac racSimilcSijnatarcoC tion against nations which impose dis criminatory duties or embargoes up on American goods. Discriminatory InCESWcnCoHP duties are defined as duties, which, NEW YUitj in comparison with tariffs in this country on the same products, are "higher and reciprocally unequal and unreasonable " The President Is granted other powers, subject, however, to ratltlca-tlo- n Exalt Copy of Wrapper. CITY THC CCNTAUH COWfANT, HIW ?) by the Congrss, but which f&tt3SMaMm nevertheless nre powers which lead to negotiations and trade agreements One of the?" with foreign countries. ' TMTTmiilTnlBMaTTlg1WMhIIJ IJIimTTWWlffCrtlTlllWIJLl. 111 mll provisions empowers him to nego -, tiate commercial treaties which provide not only for reduction of duties, but for the complete elimination of duties en specified articles. Two 1 JK fiJL mm u m provisions deal especially with trade Canada and empowers relations with the President to negotiate trade The Hartford Republican has made a special agreements with Canada. The other bpecial provisions lookclubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial ing to tradi agreements with foiejgn Appeal by which we will furnisttioth papers for one countries includo stipulations that year for the low price of retaliatory duties on coal are to be Imposed on nations which levy buch duties on American coal. The Ford-ne- y bill puts coal upon the free lLst, but makes this provision for a retaliatory duty equal to any duty levied upon American coal, because The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest Canada at present hns a tariff against United States coal, while coal from and best papers in the South and we hope to receive Canada is admitted into the United many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and States free. This does not affect the seventy-fiv- e cents cash' for both papers. Send in Eastern coal operators, but it is of to the American vital importanco your subscription now. Don't delay. coal operators in Washington, who are compelled to compete In their home markets with Canadian coal, brought In free from Vancouver, of Germany in 1905 was five times TRANSPORTATION while they are denied the opportunias much as was "carried in 1875, and ty of free competition in the Canadian "Chicago is more than twice as far it is moro than a coincidence that, in Another provision deals markets. and is directed from Now York as it was six years every ono of the twenty years ending with automobiles principally at France, Italy and other ago. More than that every place. in 1913, the foreign commerce of GerEuropean countries which have im- in the United States is now about many, which is 53,000 square mlle3 posed very high tariffs on American twlco as far from every other place smaller than tho State of Texas, exceeded that of th United States by cars, thus hindering the developing as It was in 1914." These rather startling assertions hundreds ot millions of dollars. of the American automobile industry "Why should not tho 28,000 miles abroad. Still another provision deals are made by Secretary Thompson of with South American countries which the National Rivers and Harbors Con- of inland waterways in tho United have raised a very high tariff against gress in a statement released today. States be mado available for use?" American canned goods. In both of Tho statement goes on to say: "Of course, the number of miles PERSUING FOR UNITED AIUIV these latter instances it is believed trade agreements will be quickly ne- between New York and Chicago, or Gen. Pershing's genius tor leadergotiated whereby tho excessive duties any other two places that might bo imposed against American pro- named, is just the camo now as It ship and administrative work has now ducts in foreign counties will be re- always was but miles are not the been again demonstrated by his ormoved In return for lowering of the only things to measure by. We might der to weld tho regular army, tho narates proposed in the Fordney tariff. use time, for instance, and it has tional guard and the organized rebeen well said by an English writer serve into one effective unit ready to GERMAN SEAMEN ENTER V. 8. trausprotation, which constitutes tho meet any emergency at any time. Gen. true commercial measuro ot distance.' Pershing's policy Is to rid the servlco Chicago is still of any partisanship and to bring "Geographically, It has been learned that a wide among about a feeling of practice has sprung up in Germany 1,000 miles from Now York, but, of the increases made in freight tho forces, thus upbuilding tho army ot enlisting seamen at one cent a month on vessels bound tor American rates during the past six years, tho and insuring greater efficiency In all ports. The object of tho men is to city on Lake Michigan is now, com- branchos. Tho most Important thing assure a highly-traine- d take advantage-- of the U. S. seamen's mercially 2,100 miles from tidewater, ho says, is-tact, which permits foreign seamen to and every community in the country regular army and then to devolop the land, and to flee to the interior. The has bcon pushed back until it is national guard and tho reserves. same thing was done by tho lord twico as far nwayfrom the markets QUINTUPLETS BORN mayor of Cork, and In the United in which it either buys its supplies or States at this tlmo are about 40,000 sells its products as it was in 1914. Tho medical profession all over "Tho whole increase was not made Chinese who gained illegal entry in that way, Until the treaty is signed at once tho country never would tbo world took Interest in tho case with Germany no Germans are per havo stood for It it it had been., of the woman in Dudapest who bemitted to enter America. Tho U. S. First it was five per cent in 1914; came the .mother of. five children at secretary ot labor has announced bis' wo must now pay two dollars or ono time. It was said that such a intention of asking for a law requir- more. Now it is Just as certain as case happens onco only in 700,000 ing the registration on arrival ot all fate itself that every increase in cost times. The woman in question was foreign seamen. of transportation increases both tho already a mother ot 10, Including Sho of M scalp wound, cost, ot living and ot doing business one pair tho twins,, a' left tho hosAttendant Severe end of month with all and decreases tho territory in which pital at sir, accompanied by insensibility, our products, whether ot farm or flvo babies In a hoallhy condition. Surgeon Well, what havo you factory, can be sold. Dut the most Schoolteacher, (to llttlo boy) If a done? vital question today Is not whether Attendant Dressed tho wound sir, wo shall pay ono price or another for farmer raises 3700, bushels of wheat and gave him a little whisky and the transportation of our goods, but and Bells it for $1.12 per bushol, what water. whether wo can get them carried at will ho get? Surgeon Whisky and water? How all. liittlo Boy A now auto, Milking did you expect an insensible man to "In Europe they use waterways as machine, cream soparutor, watersys-ten- i, ' swallow that? electric light outfit, lightning-rod- s, well as railways. France, Uelglum, washing machine, tractor and Attendant Ho asked for it, sir. Holland and Germany (as it was tho war), whose combined area elder mill. "Is yous husband a good provider, is only that of tbo United. Dinah?" Teacher Johnny, I suppose you States, have 23,200 miles of water"Yessuin, he's a good providah all ways, ot which they make a continu know what a caterpillar is? right, but Johnny Yes'm; It's an upholstor-e- d alius skeered dat nlg- - ally increasing use. The tonnage ot gab's gwine tor get ketched at it." goods transported on the waterways worm. fcfCASTDRIA 1 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Epra Signature of $ . WjK m 5 OSS Use' fd' Over JThirty Years For tmmimTwi '1 IB sis bh elI $1.75 so o , be-fo- ro one-soven- I'f f (The Hartford Republican PnblMied AVcckly by HAIITFOIU) PJtl.NTING COMPANY - Iiicoriorntc(I v V. S. TINSLEY, Editor nnd Iliislncss Manager. Entered according to law at tUe Fostoffice, Hartford, Ky., as mall Blatter of the second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to ducer who holds stock In quantltlm If tho rnRn who worth mentioning. Is making ten dollars per day could share his Job with the Idle man who is unable'to purchnie, nnd the follow who manufactures clothing nnd deals In other necessities of life could be Induced to slice his profits accordingly, n double volume of business would result, maybe not n double amount, but to say the least of it, n very material increase would result and ev erybody would have work, money, nnd bo nble to purchase nnd tho wheels of ndustry would hum with the music of prosperity nnd contentment. STRAY STREAKS (Dy Flulfo McFluko.) Tcnrl Twcddoll, carrlor on rural route 4, says many thing happen In the life of tho average (and Pearl's not below the nvorage) rural router while out routing which ho wouldn't dnre tell an envious neighbor or his wife. Mont Johnson says ho reckons thnt the dry weather sorter stunted tho :s!mmmsmmsssEmEmsmmmms STAR THEATER HARTFORD, KY. ' Tuesday, September 6, 1921 shucks on his corn, or something nnd Some time ago Democratic papery that since the rains came nearly evWith Woman! Seeking Love! Blinded by Flattery nnd mddrn Fame on Subscribers desiring the paper sent nil 'over the Country, not the lea?t ery ear of corn he has, has grown so to & now address must give the old among which were the Courier-JournVIOLET H K.MING, dern fast they have gotten entirely tha stage Following Wealth, following Passion. Singed by the lights address In making the request. and Times, were pulling their out of tho shuck. He Is now scared Tlli:oi)Olti: ROBERTS of the midnight rendezvous of Fashion. Business Locals nnd Notices 10c hair nnd rending their clothing In that much of his corn will rot as in Beauty stolon. Modosty. lost. Conaclenro abandoned. The wine WANDA IIAWLHY, line, and 8c per line for each deadly fear,' with prophesylngs that addition to the ears growing out of of the glided cafes drained to the dregs of the slums. Then In the Insertion. IRVING CU.VMINOS, Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards the United States would, In humilia drifting snow of a New Year's Eve n new white path that lends to hir shuck about one bnlf of them IIHDB DANIELS, ot Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for tion, sackcloth nnd ashes, be forced to the heart's desire. have been bursted by the sudden MONTH BLUE, atcb bead line nnd slgnautro, money take or make Just such a treaty with growth of the corn. It looks like This is "Every Woman" a vivid, spectacular 1enuty drama of th In advance. RAYMOND HATTON Church Notices for services free, Germany as she saw fit to Impose something Is always coming up to old. old story-u- p to the second. Hundreds of thousands spent on the CLARA HOItTON but other advertisements, lc per upon us, and that this Country would worry the poor farmer, so Mont says. sumptuous sets. Played by an all-stcast of principals never equaled MAHOAKBT LOOMIS word. lose all of the, benefits derived by In another motion picture. With one hundred beautiful girls. Anonymous communications TULLY MARSHALL will and thru the Versailles Treaty. Now, receive no attention. EDY'f'II CHAPMAN shop gave Duke, the foreman, This that a treaty hns been signd win: the a vacation from last Thursday Ever Filmed. to CHARLES OGLE "hated and much feared" Germans, Tuesday evening, qulttln? time, lit TELEPHONE l MILDRED REARDON Two shows. First show .starts 7:1.". show starts :t.. by vhlch it Is geiernlly agreed to by with his wife visited In Cromwell CO Farmers Mutual all, that the U. S. loses no benefits went to Bowling Green and t'liu the which would have been conferred up- oil of Wnr'i'i and maybe Allen XitlDAY,. .SEPTEMBER 2 on it by the Versailles Treaty, Jjiey County, visited Auburn and Uussell-villcontinue to berate and criticise the Central City and then b.iek Authorities for taking the benefits home, and worn to a frazzle. REPUBLICAN TICKET while remaining out of the League Just as Jaded as we get the paper out soon we of Nations. Because and one or two Jobs out of the wny with the Allies In subduing the war- - we are going to try to get the Board In William DcMilles' greatest production mad German is not reason sufficient of Directors give Duke a little lay-of- f for our joining Europe and with so that he may recuperate from his equal responsibility shouldering their every dispute and trouble for ages to Vacation. come. What more do we wish? to have a We were scheduled SEEKING THE LAST THRILL OF YOUTH. They say that through and by the rights are amply safe- birthday last Sunday, but It was a late Treaty our Bachelor Conrad went back to hie boyhood home. and found It cold and leaky. Went to Ills fir' guarded. And, at the same time we failure, yes! a miserable fizzle. Time dream maiden and found her fat and 'forty! Went to tht'iassiormts lov of bin youth an 1 fell asleep' were welcomed, are a free Nation, in position to move was when birthdays "You're old, Conrad." "Old." he said, arid was giving up the quet when wow! A ROMANCE OF only by the men celebrating tho in the even tenor of our way. just as not LIFE'S GOLDEN ADVENTURE. . , by his friends as we were before the war. Whenever anniversary, but One show only S o'clock. well. AVhere fun, frolic nnd good and wherever in our own Judgment, reigned supreme great the Interests of civilization and hu- cheer once hunks of gloom have been placed by manity demands righteous assistance, For Circuit Judge Women of a cerwe may go, of and by our own voli- Volstead Instead. R. W. SLACK tain age rarely have a birthday, and tion, as we did In the late case. For Commonwealths Attorney- use in Those who would cast reflection, now we rise to ask what's the CAUDE E. SMITH t gentleman having one? odium, and as they say. dishonor, upFor Circuit Court Clerk on the United States for failure to FRANK BLACK fe Wo were on the stroet the other cXa cfc join with the Old World, for weal or H JmQimt' A night when some one was approachIor Iicnrr&culiitHc for woe, were in the saddle and in 100 feet distant. IRA JONES CAUGHT! Caught in the rooms of a ropue and th i f tiy ihe iii.ui h Jiwd' She th belle of h control of the reins during the dark ing In a car some i Some person in the crowd womUrlng- County Jiifbic For days from Aug. 1914 to the finish. set and daughter of a proud old house! What u.i-- . th it. ti r powi r it 'ilnl h r . t t i s a lov ly asked as to who it was. Three R. R. WEDDING ly. innoc nt girl now an abandoned adventures'' V : If it was right and honorable to ent, ' (. "ir n.i'.nii'iii ti.;( - nt Afr .: same time unique In Its picturesque scenes, vibrant with' c, ri n ' ter when we did, and we are not men skope at one and the o,t I! u. For County Court Clerk " - ' till i!,u iTg fra's Brooksle, one of professional jewel smuggler questioning It, upon whom does dis- saying that it was You'll want to sfe t i b ..lit fill v' G. T1ARRASS n n c f Slid i gi,n E. U had only been honor rest for failure to do the rescu- whom said that there County Attorney- For autr' license issued by thp State One show only 8 o'clock. There will also be a good comedy each night. ing act at least two years prior to one OTTO C. MARTIN perform for a car to make that quality and 1917? Why wait so long to ADMISSION 20c EACH NIGHT. DON'T MISS "EVERY WOMAN." For Sheriff and Brooksle Lought a duty? We have not assumed and quantity of noise G. A. RALPH neither have we received undue ad that. For Tax Commissioner irf vantage of any man or nation. We If we were to draw a picture of ROY KEOWN are. billions of dollars in debt by reaor who slakFor Jailer son of entering the war, have lost something that, which Pastor of the Church at this place. NATHANIEL HUDSON young and older ed his thirst in summertime from our has been called by the Mt. Carinel thousands of our slim, slender For Coroner men and have suffered in other and ice water, warmed its Baptist Church for tho ensuing year. W. A. HIMES ways. Tho late in do frame by the heat of our stove when innumerable Mrs. Joe Henry, of Hartford was a snow-lade- n winds ing so, we contributed our bit, have the bleak and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoover, For County Surveyor como from the frozen north, reads entered a treaty, altho yet unratified, C. S. MOXLEY Sunday. NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES supposedly just to the conquered, our exchange, the Herald, on each Mrs. James Stewart is visiting For J. I. O. C, District No. 1- every Wednsday morning and and all that we could or ought to de- and J. P. McCOY paper each Friday morning friends and relatives in this comsire. Still they say we, as a Nation, our own When Cleaned and Pressed on District No. 3 upon oundesk and not munity. are wallowing and floundering in while parked Sunday school and Prayer MeetFELIX SHAVER infrequently one of our daily papers ings dishonor because we do not choose to the Hoffman Sanitary are well attended at this place. District No. 3 mark our future course and conduct when we chance to lay it down and Miss Golda Crabtreo of the Washeven before we get to Q. B. BROWN Steam Press. in the affairs and at the beck and sometimes, ington country, visited relatives here District No. 4 Europe as pledged by ex- - see it; yes, you guessed it the first Saturday and Sunday. call of ' ' And, a J. R. MURPHY President Wood row Wilson acting as time, it would look like Bat. spent Mr. Jesse Harlin Hoover go Wo have the best equipped and most Lord-Hig- h cleaning and o what is more, some tlmo there is Commissioner, created s District No. 5 from Thursday to Sunday with his ing to be a prefix attached to it like pressing establishment In this sfction of the state. Prompt and and by himself. Instead of dishongrandmother, Mrs. Jesse Chapman, W. GRAY J. first-clas- s srvice guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel post or for the U. S., it looks more like a a brick. near here ind with his sister, Miss District No. Q- -packages. We give service and all work guaranteed. case of Wilson's inability to deliver Ruby Gladys Hoover in Whltesvllle. j MACK MARTIN BARNETT'S CREEK it. OUU PRICES District No. 7 Cleaned jxtul Prised ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE J. W. TAYLOR Farmars in this vicinity are cutting you advertise? Visitor Why don't District No. 1 Town storekeeper No, slree. I did tobacco. MEN'S, LIST Rev.. Birch Shields filled his reguL. J. PICKEREL All persons having claims against once and It pretty near ruined me. ' Men's Suits (2 piece) .. ..$10 lar 'appointment here Saturday nnd tho estate of Joel G. Sapp, deceased, For Constable, District No. 7 Visitor How so? Men's Suits (3 piece) tl.lfi R. H. BASHAM Town storekeeper Why, people Sundry. A large crowd was present will please present same properly Overcoats, medium $1.G0 proven to J. W. Hale, Fordsvlllo, Ky., came in and bought dura near all the on Sunday. Overcoats, heavy and long , Mrs. E. L. Brooks Is on the sick within ninety days from this date. $1.75 stuff I had. Success. If tho moisture producers can list. H. C. SAPP, Admr., LA DIES' 'LIST break the drouth that Volstead made Miss Beulah Whlttaker has a seEstate J. G. Sapp, deceased. Teacher There are blill parts of ' Dresses, plain tboy may command greater returns vere attack of jellow jaundice. ' $1.50 Sept. 2 1921. 10t3pd tho world where men eat each ofher. ', Drosses, with drape Uian they are receiving from Cromwell, Rev. Birch Shields, of $ijg do you call a man who eats an What Dresses, fancy '.'.'.'.'. $25 in some of tho Western States. other man? Coat Suits, plain ...!!.' ! .'$1.60 Small Boy Greedy, sir London Business remains shaky and stag Coat Suits, with drape !'$1.7G ' nant, as some writers and authorities Post. Skirts, pleated .$1.00 up atnto, duo to the meagre or hand to Coats, long . . .' '.'..... $1. CO NOTICE Velvet Suits Steamed mouth system 0f buying. Others say .'....!!!!! !.'!$3!o0 Waist, fancy .'.'.".".'.".".".'." tie main cause Is duo to the fact that To the Taxpayers of Point Pleas75 the wage schedule has' not been prop- ant and Centertown precincts: The Regular Fall Term of I SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO., erly equalized with current condi or one of my deputies will be at tions that those In actual employment Matanzas on Tuesday RHODES & LOXU, Props. and Wednesday are demanding and receiving too tho 6th September and at and 7th of Leitchfield, Kentucky. much while the Country Is Hooded Centertown, Saturday, September 10, with: ile labor. We imagine that in purpose of assessing all propfor a measure all are correct. It is na- erty the said precincts. in Please meet tural for tho wage earner to hold on mo promptly. to tho last ditch, and the buyer, If D. E. WAD, Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. ho has sense, whether consumer or By L. T. BARNARD, Deputy ,Tax distributor, is only going to purchase Corn's. Ohio County, iotl ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP Will Begin today what ho muBt have for tomorm row, or at least he provides for a very PUBLIC SALE abort spacq in future time. If the $2.58 Including "War Tax manufacturers and large producers 1 will offer for sale Monday, Sept., could induce distributors to fill their 12th at 10 o'clock, my farm of 122 At 8:3b O'clock A. M. houses from cellar to garrot, nnd the acres, ono mile North-ast.o- f CromTO retailors could, In turn lnduco tho well, on the public road. Half cr'oek-bottoconsumer to lay-b- y largo stocks for inland, rest good bill land mostThe public, especially patrons of the school, future use, prices would never ly in grass. Good orchard, 2 springs ACCOUNT; vited to be present at the opening exercises. . So there you are. Tho average frame houso, l barn, now Classical and Vocational AgCourses offered: Daviess County Fair and Exposition . consumer is determined to buy poultry houso, good cellar and other riculture, Tickott, on halo Koptonbcr 4ti to t Just ns (ho manufacturer li pur; necessary out buildings close to grad10U, Inclusive. chasing raw materials and stock for ed school also hy crop and farming The school's high standard will be maintained. Ticket good for to" reach Hartford before "midnight Sepbin uub In small quaniltlss and almost implements. Terms made known on tember 12th. MISS MARY MARKS, Principal. ' compelled to do so for day of salo. only as ho is iot2p For further or detailed information, pPy to local ticket agent dally use. Jt is only the original pro- W. C. WADE, Cromwoll, Ky. ' notice to suusciunmis "Every Woman" al al The Greatest Woman Picture .sec-iim- n, Friday, September 9, 1921 THOMAS MEIGHAN "Conrad in Quest of His Youth" Saturday, September 10, 1921 t ETHEL CLAYTON MQ and JACK HOLT in osanne ' ?? nij'-liiiij- i Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! te 24-ho- I E '. !...!!!! ANNOUNCEMENT Hartford Graded and High School Monday, September 5 Louisville 4 Nashville Railroad EXCURSION RARE HARTFORD OWENSBORO m o. upar-1'iEl- y, M' Ruth Lowo of Hirtford, Is tho gufiit tills week of Miss Clara Wilson. Central City Argus. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) El. I'lMH I WM mit:UKilkiJ 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, ia the promise of the. weather man. This means that if you buy early that you will get full benefit of Hey there! riukp, keep eff iryj Mr. Hymn Foster of Shoibyvlllo, Tonn , ni rived here yesterday to vis-- It frlind, Albert Cox. Albert nnd I havo his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Issnc boen pretty good friends since n cor-taoats harvostlng Incident, now . Foster. some thirty years ago, and while 1 Rev. T .T. Frazler, pnstor of tho mny prod him a little sometimes I Hartford Methodist Church will will not stand for nn outsider doing preach at Hamlin's Chapel Sunday so. i afturnoon nt 2:30. Ilnttlc Nnll'B wife should not find Mrs. John II. Thomas of Louis- It such a heavy burden to support him ville, camp down to Dundee, Sunday as long as the Republican office supIn visit her brother, Mr. Rcdford plies him with Ice water in summer and a stove to warm by in the winter. llcau, who Is 111 at his home. ln V It looks mighty good to sec so many, or probably nil, of the defeatar Central Pity, preparatory to resuming manly her position as head of the depart- ed candidates coming out in -- mcards, pledging their loyal support to ment of English In tho High School of adtho county ticket. Everybody that city. mires a gamo loser. JVJflJWUCTTE Mr. and Mrs. James L. Brashear Gay revelry had already gone from ors, etc. and little daughter, Martha Elizabeth, possess the charm which distinguishes the Fashionand Master Llndon Thomas of Louis- tho cabaret and summer garden, and now comes Chief Petty and clamps New Blouses in Georgette and Crepe de Chine, able from the Commonplace. ville, spent Inst week with relatives tho lid oft tho soft drinks' bootleggers. nt Narrows. The first day at school is about the most impothat formerly sold for $10.00 and $12.50 beautiful All tho joy of life has disappeared rtant day that comes to the little people more imstyles now from the mptropolitan city, and one Our old friend, K. H. Flnloy- - of portant even than-birthdayfor they come every had Just as lief live at Buckhorn or lliiizetown, was in Hartford Tuesday, year, but the first day at school is just ONE first day, Elm "Lick. and paid us a call while here. Mr. never to be experienced but once. In the last few FInley Is Deputy Tax Commissioner, Tho dark, cloudy days of winter weeks many young scholars have been outfitted for under Mr. Ward will soon bo upon us again, but it is a school. We're offering many good values in our comforting reflection that we shall Mrs. Sarah Bennett of Owensboro, children's department with complete assortments of Ready-to-Wear,Et- c. moro moonshine than usual. Advance Fall Millinery, consisting of arrived In Unit ford Sunday, to spend hae the school togs the kiddies need. The prices in evtwo weoks with friends and relatives ery case are in keeping with the prevailing low levels. Near us is a church that has horo and in the Washington and with wonderful chimes that rlng Style and good looks are first essentials, but the H We can .supply your early wants. Call and communities. Late Sunsoftness and harmony way your Bradley wears and wears and wears is the see us. day afternoon, while they were rangMr. T. B. Caldwell returned to his ing, quality that makes it the most popular garment in tho Madam commented, "Isn't home Tuesday, In Chicago, 111., after your wardrobe.' You are invited to inspect our disthat music the sweetest you ever spending several dajs in Hartford, play of knitted coats, caps, scarfs, gloves, gauntlets heard?" I remarked that it was, extho guost of his sister, Mrs. Joe T. cept just now I would prefer to hear and novelties. You will find them all of smart style Miller and Mr. Miller. tho ring of tho old courthouse bell at and unusual quality. Respectfully, Hartford; whereupon she accused me Walker will preach Row Rusbell I told her I of being oldfashloned. at the Hartford Baptist Church Sun- guessed I was. completday Rev. Walker ha Just 0 . H month's vacation given him by '3 I feel that It-a justice due to myI ed ncongregation. 1 jium I Mil nil i bis self to make a report on the rccen4 I standing of my morals. I have not C. F. Schapmlre returned to n r hisMr. taken a drink in months, altho 1 homo hero Monday after spendhad it frequently offered me, ing a week with his daughters, Mrs. have and I have not been up town hair It. L. Tweddcll, of Hillside and Mrs. dozen times in five months in fact Mr- Ira Henry Hoover of Midland. The Hartford Republican here, - with Boan snent th0 week-en- d I am behaving so well that I somehis family. times suspicion it presages an early Messrs. N. A. Yelser, City, Ulysses . .SKI'THMIIKK U KKIIUV,. ju,ige w H uarnes Wont to Bow- - Trogdon and Hobart Tinsley, of the demise. You know tho philosophers ling Green Tuesday, returning Wed- - Washington country left Monday for tell us that people are apprised by subconscious mind of events to ncsday. Gates, Tenn.. whore they go to erect the PERSONAL NEWS come. I feel real uneasy about the a couple or three buildings for Bond matter. AND SOCIAL EVENTS For first class sewing call on MRS. Bros. W. H. HIMES, City. Satisfaction My luck seems to 10t2 Mrs. Blank Dr. Pendleton was in Owensboro guaranteed. Miss Mildred Stevenson, who has on business yesterday. spent a month with friends and rela- leave me when I play cards. Mrs. Fort It isn't your luck, dear, Mr. J. I. Goodman of the Herald tives in Chicago, 111., and La Center ' Mrs. S. T. Barnett spent last Fri- - force, went to Owensboro Saturday, and Paducah, returned to Hartford it's your common-sens- e. m Sunday, i returning day in Madisonville. Sunday and has resumed her position BEAVER DAM with Barnes & Smith. Miss Margaret Williamson of Wy-eoMr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp guest of Miss Mr. and Mrs B. M. Jones and son was the week-en- d Hpent Wednesday In Owensboro. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Carson city,, Leila Glenu, city. went to Madisonville last Friday. of Owensboro, Ky., are the guests of Mr. Carson returned Saturday, while Mr. and Mrs. Porter Barnes. Mr. K. D. Carter, Route 2, Beaver Mrs. Edgar Vaughn and daughter, Mr. J. F. GUIesplo was the guest of Mrs. Carson who Is under treatment Dam, was a visitor at this office relatives In Leltchfield and Rockport, of a fjeclallst, wU remain in the Of West Frankfort, 111., are visiting Saturday and Sunday. li.pins County Metropolis ten days Mrs. Vaughn's mother, Mrs. Minerva ' , i Taylor. cr i wo weeks. Mr. Edward Ford, of Louisville, Miss Ethel Williams who has been Mr. E. H. Foster, with his family, here, the spend the week-en- d will returned yesterday from a week's Mrs. Herbert Sanders together with In Louisville has returned home. guest of friends. Miss Luclle Burton is the guest cation spent with relatives at Heflln her children left yesterday for their and Beaver Dam. homo in Covington. Mrs. Sanders of Miss Elizabeth Austin. Mr, Otha Leo returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gus Veller and has been here for some tlmd the from a visit of several days with relarguest of her brothers Messrs. U. S. daughter have returned to their homo Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fair, Mrs. atives of Greundale. a visit with Taylor and daughter, Miss Eva, and A. R. Carson and sister, Miss In Linton, Ind after 'i Mrs, Hum Veller. Judge and Mrs. John B. Wilson Clly, were guests Sunday of Mrs. Lida Electra Carson. Mrs. Ella Stevens is In Louisville family spent Sunday in McIIenry, Miller and family of near Beaver and Thomas Greer of Beda, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. V. Undo Dam. the guests of relatives. In town Tuesday, ho said to pay his Thompson nnd Mr. Thompson. Misses Besslo and Anna Altoru Mrs. Ollie Barnett returned Tues- taxes and banter some of tho boys for Mr. Oscar Bennett went to LexWodnesday on a business trip. day from Fordsvllld and Whltesvllle-wher- a game at marbles or dollar pitching. have gone to Stone, Ky., to visit their ington sister, Mrs. Charles Williams and she had been visiting friends' Mr. J3reor is very noar the four-scor- o He will return home tomorrow. and relatives since Friday of last mark in years, but ho is still gamo Mr. Williams. HARTFORD, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Miller and Mr. and very active for one of his age. Mr. Tony Johnson, who has been week. and Mrs. Henry Casey visited Mam Ala., during the summer in Decatur, The following young ladles will be moth Cave last week. Judge and Mrs. J. B. Wilson and months will arrive here Saturday. guests of Misses Mary Mr. Tom Cooper Is in St. Louis this sons, John Allen and Levi, spent the week-enJudge Wilson's broth- Warren and Kennedy Collins: Misses week. Tho ypung folks of the Methodist yesterday with Mr. John Stevens of Detroit, Mich., Sunday School were out hay riding er,. Mr. Nlmrod Wilson and Mrs. Wil- Bonnlo Stringer, Central City, MarI garet and Louise Potter, of Bowling Is the guest of relatives here. p son, of Prentiss. has been last night. No hold-uTaylor has gono to Miss Addle Green, Pauline McCarthy of HenderCentral City, to accept a position in Mr. R. II. Gillespie went to Loltch-flel- d son, and Thelma O'Bryan of ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP the school. yesterday, to Join1 Mrs. GillesMr. and Mrs. H. B. Bean returned Misses Elizabeth and Eloiso Aus'- -' been' spending a week yesterday from a two days' visit with pie, who has Mr. John T. Rone of Centcrtown, tin ha"ve returned home after a visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Cummings at with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock. $0.27 Including War Tax Sunday. has purchased the residence of Mr. with friends and relatives in RochesThey will return Dundee. Lonoy Minton on West Mulberry ter. Miss Virginia Stewell, of Louis-- , Albert Rial recently brought to this Street. Mr. Rone will move to same Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Hunter, TO guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mrs. P. B, Taylor and Miss office some peas the pods of which within the next thirty days. Mr. vllle, Is the ' length. Mrs. Minton will likely erect a residenco D. G. Young and Mr. Young. Susio ,May, motored to Owensboro measured 23 Inches in ' Miss Innis Stevens, who has boen Rial grew them in her garden, at at an early date on his lot on the Cenyesterday. ACCOUNT ill for some time, Is in St. Anthony's pike. tcrtown the foot of Center Street. Hospital, Louisville, for examination KENTUCKY STATE FAIR and son L. B t Mr. Sam Davison A Man HI Tl Tl I lr li A ft .1 MUU f.Y.llil-A- n and treatment. PUBLIC SALE. UIO. Hit A. UllAUVUU ft .1 .U.U.l., Ticket on solo Sept. 10 to 10, Inclusive, and for trains Mheduled to and daughters Miss Elizabeth of BarMr. and Mrs. S. F. Ferguson of Inrett's Ferry and Mrs, Catherine, Kenneth and Ireno Cox, went to arrive in IxuIhv111o before noon TJcpt. 17th. Ind., are visiting Mrs. On Thursday, September 8, at 10 dianapolis, Ferry yesterday, whero they HartBarrett's Street, of Whltdsvllle, were in Ticket Rood for return to reach Hartford befono nUdaih(,Spt..lOUu will spend tho week end with Mr. o'clock a. m I will offer at public Ferguson's parents, Dr. and Mrs, W. ford, yesterday. Vot further or detailed lnfonuatln, apply to local ticket agent. auction at my placo on old Milton T. McKinney. Sam Davison and family. HartMrs. J. W. Philips Is tho guebt of Taylor farm,, 3 miles East of Misses Holen and Amelia Barnett Mr. M. F. Chumley of McIIenry, ford, span work 'mules, 16 hands Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams. entertained tho youngsters 6f their-, Mr. Hamll King, of Oklahoma, io hay; Sunday school classes with an all- who 1b Secretary of thtf Republican high; seven milch cows; five T. llncry Department in Cooper storo, ents, Mr. and Mrs, William Chapman. Campaign Committee, camo up yes 1000 bu. corn; farming Implements, in town for a few days. day picnic Tuesday. Tho occasion Mrs. Arthur Miller of Tulsa, Okla., Sho was accompanied borne by Mrs Miss O'Brien of Russellvlllo, has ' was marked with lots of goed eats terday to assume his duties, and will and household furniture. - has concluded a visit with her par Mahon Taylor. arrived to tako charge of the MilO. A. SCHROADER. lOtlp devoto full time to the Job, and a genuine cood time by all. Miss Leila Glenn loft yesterday for jpszazsK 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, col- I want to thank Bill Keenc and Mrs. A. C. Porter has returned to hci lynno bore, attar spending sevcr-n- l others if thero are others and I am days with her parents, Mr. and strongly busplclous there are who have left tobacco with Fluke, with Mis. Anthony Robertson of Heflln. direction to send to me. I appreciate Judge and Mrs, R. R. Wedding, their kind Intentions If Fluko did city, and .Mr. nnd'Mrs. W. W. Lloyd confiscate tho tobacco. However, I of Now Ilayinus, were guests Sunday am fortunate in having a friend here Of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Coppage, noar who supplies mo with the vory highest grade oHobacco manufactured. town. ." Jpg OUR AUTUMN STYLES Bradley Sweaters dS09JJ3 No-cro- i 1 1 Hlili iMJF is Carson Hartford, Kentucky. I ' Wire Fence Wp 1 x, have just received a car load of AMERICAN WOVEN WIRE FENCE Barbed Wire, iNails and kindred ticles. Lowest prices in six years. See us before buying. e ACTON BROTHERS d' , ' Louisville Nashville Railroad ' EXCURSION FARE HARTFORD LOUISVILLE - accom-papled-- by I (JKOLOC.IC'.AI, NOTIW Illinois Central System Shows How Taxes Have a Bearing on Railway Rates Notwithstanding that for tho past twenve months the railroads as a whole have earned almost no net return on tho capital invcfctcd In them, ranny persons Insist thnt freight and passongcr rates" bo reduced, regardles of the costs of producing that transportation service which tho public must hnve. Wo wish, therefore, to direct nttontlon to the fact that the cost of producing transportation nre still relatively much higher than the rates. We think It fair to ask tho public to gtvo consideration tp what the railroads arc having to pay for labor, materials, locomotives, fuel, cars, taxes and Interest on borrowed capital beforo passing final Judgment upon the reasonableness of present freight and pas- HIrIicM Point In Connecticut. Although Connecticut is very noar-l- y our mnnllest State, only Ithode and. DMewaro containing fewer f iunre miles, its altitude ranges from to over two thousand foot Im level level, according to above sea the Unified States Geological Survey, Depart- tnent of the Interior. The hlghost point, Hear Mountain, Jn Loltchtleld Is 2,355 feet above the sea. j County, The average elevation of tho State Ir approximately 500 feot. i Production of ..plinlt InrrciiMW. Tho quantity of native asphalt and nnticc bitumens sold In the United Stntcs In 1920 was 19S.497 short tons valued at $1,213,90S according to the United States Geological Survey, De partment of the Interior. This wns an Increase of 125 per cent In quantity and of about 7S per cent In value over 1919. Gllsonlte was reported from Uinta County, Utah, wurtzlllte (or elaterlte) from Duchesne County, Utah, and grahamlte from Pushmataha County, Okla. The sales of manufactured asphalt obtained from domestic petroleum amounted to 700,190 short tons, valued at $11,9S5.457 or $17.11 a Compared with 1919 these figton. ures Indicate an increase of 14 por cent in quantity and 37 per cent In value. Tho sales of asphalt manufactured ft the United States from Mexican. petroleum in 1920 amounted to 1,- ')4."i,779 short tonx. valued at $11. 72.SG2, or 313.05 a ton This was .m increase of 55 por cent In quant and of S5 per cont in value over 1919. j senger rates. It is true that, effective July 1, railway wages were reduced 12 por cent, but they nr still 108 per cent higher than they were in 1914 the year of the beginning of tho great wnr which upset everything. Road locomotives cost 123 per cent more, switch engines cost 144 per cent more, gondola cars cost 117 per cent more, refrigerator cars cost 107 per cent more, box cars cost 122 per cent more, steel passenger coaches cost 100 per cent more and locomotive fuel costs 138 percent more nt present than in 1914. The Illinois Central System sold bonds In 1914 on a basis yielding less than 5 per It recently sold $8,000,000 of bonds running for fifteen years, and tho best cent to the purchasers. terms it was able to secure yielded a return of more than 7 per cent to the purchasers. period. Tho Class I'rnilroads, which includo Take the single item of direct taxes for a ten-yeall railroads having gross operating Incomes of $1,000,000 or more annually, paid $9S,G26,S4S in taxes In 1911. In 1920 the same railroads paid $27S,SGS,G6S in taxes, nn Increase of ?1S0,241,S20 or 1S3 per cent. ar national development the whole country must be mapped within this goneration, or, oven better, within tho next decade. Practical engineers reallie that every dollar of Federal and State funds appropriated for these surveys, if spent In the next 20 years, will save many dollar that otherwise must be spent by corporations nnd individuals in frag mentary surveys made for spcclnl purposes, and the worst feattire of such an uneconomic procedure would be thrit It would provide no map for the use of the general public. at o Surgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Hums, Urulses nnd Wounds the first treatment Is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is applied promptly there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. Kor uso on mnn or beast, llorozono is the Ideal antiseptic and healing agents. Iluy It now and be ready for an emergency. Price 30c, GOc and $1.20. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m In promoting m Liberty Bicycles On Sale . t fcn SHOUT SKINTS KOlt SKItVlCK Short skirts give feminine under pinning a distinct experience of freedom almost equal to that of the trousers of their brothers. They like It. The sense of exposure which at first embarrassed them, has disappeared. Ankles nre no longer sinful. Open opportunity for open walking, from the knees down, has been openly nrrlved nt. It marks genulno progress In feminine liberty of ac,,0 as distinct an advance in conventlonal reforms as the dropping of the face veils by Turkish women, or the unbound feet of the Chinese. We hope American women will never (to back to the clogging long skirts. Chicago Journal of Commerce. Tires and accessories, feath erweight Motor Bikes, Motors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, Line Construction Material, Electrical Supplies, Shoo and General Repair Shop. If it's fixable we fix' it. Both telcphdnes. HOFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP1 Beaver Dam, Ky. The Illinois Central System paid $3,27S,107.96 in taxes in 1911, while in 1920 it paid , an increase of $C, 297, 572. 91, or 192 percent. $9,575,-CS0.8- 7, J Electric EsLLvc2Bi I s-r- TBOUDLI2 j Year in Value of ! is tb: bctt nnJicinc ever sold 1 The transportation tax collected by the railroads for the government on freight bills in 1920 Mineral Product over a c'mjgis's counter. Q The Ceologlcal Survey, Department totaled $129,710,329. SO, and on passenger fares, $103,099, C33.3G a grand total of ?232,S09,9C3.16! How's This? if the Interior, has published Its pte-- ! This vast sum is not Included In any of the railway accounts. It was collected by the railroads acting Ke-- j Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Itewnril liniinary summary of Mineral as agents for the government and remitted directly to the government. for nny cne of Catarrh thnt cannot be t oiircs for the calendar year lfi2. cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. j re-- I Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken As the agent of the government the Illinois Central System collected from It patrons in 1920 i p'ia lipnlcl of 123 pages, which by catarrh sufTerers for the past thirty-flvcnrdi for that year as tho valu of years, and has become known us the the sum of $3,084,072.54 as transportation tax on fright, and $2,254,256.S7 as transportation tax on the mineral products of the country moat reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's passenger fares, a total of $5. 33S, 329.41! This is not included in the above mentioned item of thru the the astounding fotal of $G. 707,000.- - Catarrh Medicine acts expelllnR Wood on tlio Mucous surfaces, n the direct taxes paid, but was collected and remitted directly to the government. 000. This value Is 20 per cent greatfrom tho lilood apd healing the portions. of the former record year having consideration' at Washington. er than that Tho The question of abolishing the transportation tax Is After you Catarrh j 191S, and 4Ti per cent gronter than Medicine for have taken Hall's Hill n short time you abolition of this tax would reduce railway rates without injury to tho railroads. se n crent Improvement In votir Keneral 1919. that of health. Start taklnK Hall's Catarrh M railway taxation in a spirit of complaint. We realize that all We do not bring up the question of at once nnd cet rid of catarrh. Send The salient feature of tho mineral V S. I I Industry in 1920 are set forth In tin for tentlmnnlnl. freeCO.. Toledo, Ohio. We refer to citizens and all businesses must bear their just proportion of the expense of government. F. J. CHKNKY & Sold by all Drucclsts, Tie. Many of the fig short Introduction. the matter just 'now to make it clear that railway taxation must be added to the cost of transportation . preliminary and some arr urcs are and necessarily has a bearing on freight and passenger rates. QlUltV IS AUTO (ilt.WKVAP.n of estimates, but the cooperation X T.L A Safe 01 J Fashioned those engaged in the mineral indusThe Illinois Central System has been striving for more than a year to present facts In regard to Part of an auto protruding abov. try and the long experience of tht Remedy for Worms railway problems for the consideration of the public. The public will be able to decide for Itself tho Seventy. five years conlin. Geological Survey in this work give the water in an abandoned quarry r management of the Illinois Central System is advisability of such a course when it considers that the Summit, 111., resulted in an in- uoususe is the beat testiassurance that the estimates repremonial PREY'S VERMIFUGE authorities .hlch dl- -; the trustee of an investment in roadway and equipment of more than a half billion dollars. We revery nearly the actual produc- Mitigation sent ' can offer you. cmsed tho fact that tho .piarry, which property, and all railway property, will be dealt with accordingly as public sentiment dealize that this Keep a bottle alway on tion. i.-- c great ntu about 400 feet uare hand. It will help keep We feel, therefore, that we must present our case before the court of pubvelops and crystallizes. Tho summary gives in compact rnd filled with water to a depth or the litde one healthy tables showing the SO feet, contains over 100 autos pillic opinion, and we are glad to do that, having an abiding 'faith in the fairness and Justice of the peoform general and happy. 30c a bottle alTour dructict't or quantity and value of the domestic ed ono on top of another. License ple when they have the facts before them. Itneial loir; 01 if your dealer output of seventy or more mineral plates show .hat some of them have can't uppljryou.Mcdhunune suggestions are Invited. aid 30c in aUropi and we'll Constructive criticism and products ir. 1919 and 1920 and the been burled 'for over two years. The csd you a bottle promptly. ' minerals, by years, Irss of e. s. ranr. tuwe. C. H. MARKHAM. total value of all hl a the cirs will be investigated since 18 SO. It also shows the lead- in an attempt to learn If fraud has1 President, Illinois Central System. for eacr been resortert to in order to collect ing minerals (in value) State and the leading States in the insurance. production of each mineral, as well as WILL the total value of the minerals imTAKE during tne las'. ported and exported twentytwo in June; twenty in July GOOD HEALTH ADVICE two calendar years. "QUEENSHIP" OF and eleven up to August 23. The general tables are followed by For Infants and Children FLOCK SETTLED Louisville, Ky., Aug. 30 All over sections giving data on domestic and Both pullets were hatched in March In Use For Over Years 1920, from eggs produced by a white Kentucky typhoid fever has been foreign production, supplies, conk Treafmml Wyandotte hen purchased by the ex traced directly back to sumption, imports, exports, stocks. Always bears (or WEAfc Lexington, Ky., Aug. 27. After the periment at the Trigg Coun- "clear, cool spring water," Dr. A. T. and prices for a series of years 3v&i Signature of more than three months of "beak to ty pullet station & LUNGS or sale in the fall of 1917. McCormack, State Health Officer, debeak" competition for the "queen--Bhip- " Their mother's record for her pullet clared here today, and persons who Progress of flip Work Of Mopping CONSUMPTION of tho poultry flock of the year was 16C eggs, but station at- wish to reduce the chances of their TWO VOTE AT ELECTION Tho United States Kntucky Agricultural Experiment taches attribute the high producing contracting the disease will fight shy Tho United States Geological SurStation farm the race was settled qualities of her offspringjo the fact of drinking water from such sources. vey, Department of the Interior, has A special election at which there A quick relief for that tired, rundown feeling, coutbi, paint in cheil. nltht twealt. hemor. down to an endurance test beween that she was mated to a of It is not half well enough under published about 3,000 engraved top- wero only two voters a farmer and thacei, weak lunct or coniumptiou. It it date twin sister hens Nos. 1808 and 1844, g srain. .This, according to stood, Dr. McCormack continued, how ographic maps, which represent near his wife has Just been held near Ml help yoa it cotla yon nolaiac. according to station poultrymen, The Lock Box Mr. Martin, demonstrates the im typhoid Is communicated from one ly 43 per cent of the nrea of the Unit- Plainfleld, 111. The election was or- OHIO MEDICAL GO. "queenship" of the flock has been va-a- provement O that can be brought about person to another "It can be acquir ed States. These maps are tho re dered by the county superintendent since the death last spring of Lady Walnut Hill who held the world In poultry work by the use of good ed," ho said, "only by swallwolng sults of surveys made during a period of schools, to determino whether tho roosters. some of tho discharges from a per of 34 years, and the results are fairly farm should be annexed to the PlainLIV-VER-Lrecord for number of eggs laid durAX No steps have been taken In the son who has(the disease. These dls good in quantity and quality for a fleld district or not. ing the five years of her life. selection, breeding, management or charges, emptied in an old style which can go The question as to which of the feeding of the two pullets that could closet, trickle and seep thru the soil Government bureau FINED VOW. SUNDAY SPORTS only as fast as appropriations will contestants for royal honors should not be practiced by the average into tho spring. As collectors of the permit. bo elected developed soon after Lady farmer or poultry raiser, Mr. Martin seed of typhoid shallow wells act For violating a city ordinance forJust A few geologic maps were publishWalnut Hill's death on May 9, hens said. Tho performance of tho two the same as catch basins. bidding Sunday games in Uncoln, ed by the Survey prior to 1880, somo Nos. 1808 and 1844 standing out as birds is even more striking when Nebr. .eight boys caught pitching "It is known that flies also scatter reit is , leading egg producers early in that considered that the averago Ken- the seed of typhoid. How much of them in atlases accompanying ports on regions Jn the West, and a horseshoes n a vacant lot at Univermonth. The new queen of the flock tucky hen docs not produce five doz- cheaper it would be to clear that ma' separately as sity, were arrested and fined $5 each few were published will be given a name and her number en eggs during the year, he conclud- nure pile, that old garbage, those photollthographs; but tho will appear only on the farm books T ed. other collections of filth and dirt sheets of northwest New Mexico and PcclT!ght all tho time. Don't lay c nnd the band on her leg, as soon as where they breed than It Is to have a northeast Arizona, known as Wlngato . from work for days by taking calomel the race is decided, J. H. Martin, in ! dangerous and expensive case of sick.! HI 4.n Ti.fln.. XT Itfuv owl ?Ait l . when pleasant Liu- - Ver-Lo- x keeps you Swelling of the flesh caused by incharge of the station poultry work, on your feet, while relieving your txcub ness in one's homo. Defiance, Tusayan, Marsh Pass, and i flammation, cold, fractures of the lias announced. k. Safer too, and easy to take. DonX "The value of a life as determined uanyon ae Lineiiy, Ariz., jiuuuhuku in take anything else. You can't affort No. 1844 is now leading by eleven bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu- by the courts Is about $4,000. Less 1886, were the first topographic maps it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By eggs. She started laying on Novem- matism can bo relieved by applying part of this sum printed by tho Geological Survey from than tcm and relieves constipation... A nat ber 12, 1920, almost one month be: Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should would pay for tho cost of an improvural remedy, natural in its actions, sure ongraved plates. FOR PERSONAL HYP.IFNF Toro No. 1808 and up to August 23 be well rubbed In over the part af- ed in lis cnect una certain in results, Kentucky closet, nnd protect landEight States Massachusetts, Con- DuioIvexJ in water for douche stop be long beforo Uv- - VtrLax will had produced 190 eggs. Her rival fected. Its great healing and pene- lord and tenant from a dangerous pelvic catarrh, ulceration and .necticut, Hhodc Island, New Jersey, completely displace calomel in ever who was handicapped by a late start, trating power cases the pain, reduces Recommended by Lydia E. disease. lKme.'v Children can tako it freely an) Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia Finkham Med. Co, liogan laying on December 11, and up swelling and restores natural condiyears. with perfect Baf ety. Every bottle guar"The State Is so anxious that this and Ohio have been completely map A healing wonder forfor ten catarrh, natal to August 23, had presented the state tions. Price 30c, 60c and $1.20 per be done that it furnishes anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles, Nona the labor ped, and the work of mapping the. ore throat and aorcTeye- - Economical. genuine without the likeness and Bigot Hml dtlmMrlinAn' rlramtfia aaJ .umt-Mwith 179 eggb. No. 1844 has been bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug free. All that It Is necessary .for any State of Now York is more than 90 ! ISuSTlIa Stilt All flmam.la turo of L. K. Grigsby. For eile M r...'J I I m layinB ten months, while No. 1808 Co. one to do Js to supply the material per cent completed. Several Stateo VnuD. TU P.Hon ToUft CPLny. Botioo, Mm. . . OTUjIAJU. . Hartor m Ma lias been Jn the race only nine and to notify tho State board. A are activoly cooperating with tho SurTJIOSK POLITICIANS inonths. force of three men will be sent to vey in this work and in 1920 contri No. 1844 produced fifteen eggs in construct the tank and nothing has buted to it a total of nearly ?200,-00Jn Decembor; Novomber; twenty-two- " Tho senator was back home, look- to be paid for their labor. fifteen In January; twenty-on- e in ing after his political fences, and EAGLE"MIKADO", With nearly CO per cent of the aiea No. 174 February; twenty Jn March; fourteen wag asking the minister about some "Johndear" (for that seemed to of tho country entirely unmapped and in April; twenty-fiv-e in May; twen- of his old acquaintances. "How's bo his name) began tho now voter, much that has boon mapped in need im ty in June; twenty-on- e in July, and old Mr. Jones?" ho Inquired. "WJ11 addressing her husband, "how nan i2Wf.4-u- n of resurveys, and with .the largest ovcntecn up to August 23. No. 1808 I bo likely to see him today?" we scratch a candidate intelligently mapping organization Jn the country roruoaiyouruealer Made In ftvo de. laid ton eggs Jn December; twanty-thrc- o "You'll never see Mr. Jones again," if we do not know where ho itohes?" survoylng only about 40 por cont of ASK FOR THE YEU.OW PENCH. WITH THE RED RAND in January; eighteen In Febru- said tho minister. "Mr. Jones has "He always itches for office, where- - the area Jn 40 years, the logical deEAGLE MIKADO ary; twenty-thre- e In March; twonty-clgn one to heaven." over that may bo," replied tha wise mand !b for moro speed. If tl EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK Jn AprJl; twenty-fou- r Jn May; and able man. Country Gentleman. maps arc to servo their full purpose Kcrnrri-nrrnkliiK When the shipper pays his But these are not the only taxes affecting transportation charges. freight bill, he should remember that 3 per cent of what the railroad's bill otherwise would be is added and collected by the railroad as a transportation tax. Likewise, when the passenger pays for his ticket, he should remember that S per cent of what he otherwise would pay the railroad is added and collected for the government as a transportation tax. Patrons generally consider only tho total cost of freight and passenger transportation, and many think the railroads get tho wholo amount. i Succeed when everything lse f !K i In nervous and IwmaleJ vcnicncsse tlr y are the suprrtnr j tomedy, ni thousands have tcuf, J. p. rOR KIDNEY,! VCR AND STOMACH t I -- ?4 Mothers Pol-ro- dis-en- nfSfrevS X7 FormeCiildrenZ- - vermira Ke in j ne-x- ' R I CASTOR 1A 30 for YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY OmEmmk FOR.ONE MONTH b-r- high-produci- ng nt USE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation, I fEvery Woman Wants! th inflam-(nation- Fl. .I J -- by 0. 'JfcgjPenca BTTTTrni nnirn ' ht Non-Partisa- FARM DEPARTMENT. ,N CITY COUNCIL MAY BE SENT TO JAIL Over-CnAuli- 'd 444. earn of the animal. Corn anil toy Hefu-i- il To Lej Hliili Tux On bean wer next heit, according la Poplar Stnrts Tc tithe definitions for raisin the experiments, and gave nrt avernge Near Remit. .mil buttermilk, evnnorwted daily gnln of a little more than a br My W. K. WALTER ' Prk. aril - 1, have lion added to the ' (Loulaville Herald) c l.inin already inilillxli.nl ly food She I support it Is a gtinulno an- - j on definitions tlio j in committee t repre-- 'i tbiuo? London, Aug. 12 If over thero is nml ' tliihirdu, rnnfflstlng Denier Why, of course it Is, j a revolution In London everybody lit '.vim from tho Association of .'grirulturnl ChenilHtlstit, the nindnmt And, besides, it Is the vry knows It will como from the A nc i.it Ion of American Dairy, Food, latest thing fn nntlquosl East End, which comprlsos roughly 3,000,000 of London's population, a nnd Drug Officials, and I ho United cures hugo overcrowded, overtaxed area. It Horblnn is States Department of Agriculture. blliousniMs, the mediclno that mnlniln and constipation. Is I)( linilinns and standards for canned there where suffering from unemyou feel better, ployment Is always most keenly folt ttimalors, tomato products, chill Tho first dose makes n few additional doses cures comnnd whero spasmodic unemployment sauce and catsup, citrus f mils, canned GOc. Sold by Ohio riots wcro as barometrical warnings nlready pletely I'rico corn, and cacao products m County Drug Co. in tho unsettled weather of social havo lieen uindo nnd published tentaTho latest sign of unconditions. tively, in order to glvo nil Interested RECORD I'OK PANAMA CANAL pursers mi opportunity to become rest Is an ontlrely new phenomenon, piI with the definltloiiH nnd to and one with which the national auDuring tho last fiscal year over offer nuy criticisms or suggestions 11,590,000 tons of commercial cargo thorities aro finding It moro difficult to deal than with any mere acts of for Improve inunt. was carried through the Panama cadisorder. For tho now revolt Is After ndoptlon. tlumo standards nal, or 21 per cent more than for any constitutional; the rebels actually will be rcferrcil to the Federal and year, while tho tolls preceding havo the lnw on tholr side. State food officials for their guidamounted to $11,276,000, or SIJ pur Poplar Is a borough of about 200,-00- 0 ance. The consumer Is benefited by ennt more than any previous yenr. In population In the East End. It tho .iireptance of n standard In food addition there wore about 454,000 prodtnts, and the trade also Is helped Ions of cargo carried on U. H. gov- has Its own borough or city council, on which the local labor party won by tli- - elimination of unfair ernment vessels free of toll. Ameri- forty-thre- e scats at out of forty-nin- e car- can. British mid Jnpauso sblpn tho last election. Poplar Is tho poor- rlcil 90 per cent of the total coiiimor. , ,mt u iU Ln, Prof Kichard C. Mlllor, oxtenaion clal tonnage. The total number of , . ,.,,. ,..., In sheep husbandry of tho ships passing through tho canal was IIIH HIKIiCBl llrn, iiibiiui nuui tmaiFpcrjali t minister or Kensington, which aro l"nivi"lty of Kentucky College of 2892 the wealthiest districts. This Is not Agriculture, expects to seel large because local administration costs from the wldo distribution of Despondency. moro In Poplar, but because overy tlv pun bred animals throughout tho borough has to collect a certain sharo Prof. Mlllor attended tho t tcSufferers from Indlgostlon aro apt oxpenses of . ,i and .ml ed a large number of the to become dscouraged and feel that 'of the admnistrativo Greater London. Poplar has n tnxa-ibl- e J.OOO farmers present In making their complete recovery in not to bo hoped ' Valuation of about $1,000,000 himself for. No one could make a greator He declared 'IiU'Hi- only, while Westminster Is valued at ple.i.- -' d with the quality of tho nnl-mistake. Hundreds have boon perI uifered and the responce and in manently cured by taking Chambor-lnln- 's nearly $40,000,000 and Kensington at about $15,000,000. of the farmers present. Tablets and can now eat anyKen In 1917 a Poplar householder thing that they craye. These tabids Drpni Intent iliild.H Grain Company strengthen the stomach and enable paid GO pur cent on his assessed valuation for local taxation; a Westmint'nilcr Fraud Act. It to perform Its functions naturally. ster householder paid 34 per cent and Findings of the Secretary of so at If you have not tried them do in Kensington the rate was 8 por showed several once. jii"t issued in S cenU Since then these rntoB have v el.ihoiis of section 6 of tho United Increased to such a degree that if States grain standards act by the MIL CRANE CROSSES RUSSIA Poplar paid Its share of Greater LonSihon-'inCralii Co., Minneapolis. don expen&os, as well ns Its own .... ri0 . . Instigation showed a prac-- , Minn ovcntful of ' Ponlar householders would tico cm the part of this firm Co quoto traveln Charles Crane, former mln reu me I.1 later to China, reached the western 'have to pay 220 per cent to clear tho pnci on wheal Becoming lo after tral grades with the statemont added border of Russia. Ho started with borough of its debts, and about that 120 'a rtgular annual rate of dockage." "'no a supply of pins, needles, toothWhen tho whoat was Inspected by brushes and tobacco to pay Ills way j per cent. Poplar Oieitavd. llrons" d inspectors, It was found to thru the soviet country, but two ofj Whon the Labor majority came incontain from 1 to 5 per cent of dock- ficials of tho Chita government of age In the dlfferont cars. Notwith- Eastern Siberia, both former resi- to power they found themselves al- standing this, tho Scroggins Grain Co. dents of tho United States, fooled him ' ready thousands of pounds in arreas. dealt only with those councillors disregarded the notation of dockage Into be! loving that Lenlno had re- They found also a community suffer- - who had (as citizens) voted against Ing from unemployment ns possibly on the certificates In representing the voked his passport and persuaded tho Greater London contribution. or the wheat to their con- him to giver his supplies to their hos- no other community in the world has -- In this way It was intended that grade evdr suffered. They fohnd house signees nnd Invoiced tho samo at tho pitals and themselves. Ho proceed- the rest of tho council should meet holders literally unable to pay high- - and vote the necessary tax ordinances .. I.ln agreed upon in tho contracts. .1 prlco Itt liln fmt irti tr n U "" ' to do ,"" money, er taxE8 arul landlords unablo while the others wero la Jail. But ens and three. trunks full Suggestions for Lute AuguM and when ho reached Riga ho had i so without raising tho rent to such then it was discovered that.so many 1'oultry , Market tho surplus cockerels this reached the bottom of his trunks. Tho il JiriCU U1UL 11UIL lUO llUfUlU.IUU of tho councillors wore liablo to immonth, either as broilers, fryers or Chinese cook received a million would havo had to move out on the prisonment, and quito willing to go roasters, as soon as they aro largo rubles a day to purchase supplies, street, a contingency against which to prison for what they believed a there existed a national law regulat- righteous cause, that there would enough. .while railroad fares and other exCull and market all hens molting penses wero paid for by millions. Ho ing Increase of rent. not bo a sufficient number of counTho council thereupon refused to to any great extent this month. Af- got 10,000 rubles for three dollars. cillors left to form a quorum! ter molting begins egg production Thoy tool: baths at as many towns as make any further payment to the And that is how the matter stops, and tho hen Is carried at a loss. possible for which they paid 3000 Groater London authorities, and de- stands, each side unable to move for "Early moltors aro not worth carrying rubles each. Several days were spent cided not to mako any tax levy at fear of giving tho other an advantage. for another year. Tho Dopartment at Moscow andM'etrograd whero con- all for that purpose. They collect If the councillors are arrested and of Agriculture advises against keep- ditions were studied and data secur- ed taxes sufficient to pay their own sent to Jail (as citizens) there will be local admjnlstratlon, Including tho forty-thre- e ing them. cases of false Imprisoned for tho state department special poor relief fund which by law ment to be tried before anybody can Keep tho young stock growing by they were entitled to do. But not a give liberal feeding. further thought to the 'collection If your child is palo and sickly, Put nests in tho houses occupied picks at the nose, starts In tho sleep penny would they pay to tho Greater of greater London taxes. Habeas liy tho pullets. A few may begin to and grinds tho teeth while sleoplng, London authorities, they declared, corpus, too, must havo its day, or lny, nnd eggs laid on tho floor aro It Is a suro sign of worms. A remedy until tho share of their district as forty-thre- e days, and not even the likely to get broken and load to the for theso parasites will bo found In sessment was reduced to a fair pro- lawyers con' foretell how many cases portion as compared with tho contri- might be developed on the ground habit of egg eating. White's Cream Verinifugo. It not Figuro on seeding down any poul- only clears out the worms, but It re- butions of the wealthier buronghs. with the Interference of Illegal Tho Greater London authorities Borough of Poplar administration try yards or runs no't In pormauent stores health and chpcrfuhiss. Prlc sod. Hyo, wlntor oats and winter 35c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio County then wont to court and sued the Bor-duMeanwhile it looks os if tho rebels of Poplar for the amount due wore going to got what they really wheat aro good crops for poultry Drug Co. m and obtained a judgment against tho want, namolv. a radical reform of yards. tr borough. On appeal, however, this AVAR MATERIAL STItlKi; OX London's antlquatd system of assessproceeding was declared Illegal. Tho ment Hoggiui: Ofr Corn llet Way To Fatand taxation. very severe with ten I'orKcrs. George Lansbury, editor of the Workers in a munitions plant at appeal Judges wore Lexington, Ky., Aug. 30 With In- Roubaix refused to mailufacturo war tho lawyers of the Greater London Dally Herald, is the leader of tho dications poInUug toward a b w prlco supplies to bo sent to Grceco and Tur-ko- y. authorities for their extraordinary Poplar robcls and has such a largo point was for corn nnd fair price for hogs durfollowing in Uio East End that thero Tho men Included 500 techni- and illegal procedure the ing the coming fall, Kentucky farm- cal workers who aro hard to replaco established that no process can Ho aro other reasons why tho authoriers can market tholr grain and pro- and who absolutly refused to make I against a corporato body like a bor ties do not wish to put him In jail duce pork In no bettor way than by another hand grenade. Tho strlko ough council. for such a debatable "crime" as this Half and Half. turning hogs Into tholr com fields to was under tho direction of comvigorous but not unruly method of Pophogg off the crop, according to swtno munists and broke out after tho own- If that had been tho end of it seeking reform of an obviously unspecialists at tho Kentucky Agrhtil-tur- ers of the plant had given orders for lar would havo won Its right to re- just system of taxation. This Inrrnncnd nrndurtlnn. The. reds at fuse payment for Its sharo of tho Station. Exporiniont inethqd of preparing swine for the otller p,ant8 In Lyons. Marseilles nnd general expensos of London; it tho thought had innrKot involves toss niuur ... lueuius Sf Knnnp wer0 sa., i0 bP consldor- - other 20 boroughs that right there FOR FLETCHER'S In addition rosuiis in mo great- Ing a similar inovoiiient. The red lit to cxerclso and est retuniB from manuro and crop newspapers havo for weoks boon car- would havo been no funds for the m reelduos. Tho hogs aro also kept in rying n a campaign against furnish- London City Council, which adminisA QUAKERS Wl.SDOM ters Greater London. Tho Judges a moro healthy condition and should ing war material to Poland and got tho Groator London au make moro rapid gains whon fed in Rillmad unions rthodulcd had to this maniior. . Rebitlts obtained In meetings to decldo whothor to pre- - thorities out of the difficulty some- - ( That wo ara not only ti3 victims or station oxporimonts show that It 13 ven thy a general strlko the sending how, so they made a curious decision. the '.eneflclarics of our environment, host to uso hog wolghing about 100 to Runipnla of hundreds of airplanes They decldod that altho tho council- - but tho acturl makers of "it, at loas, with- to a largo extent, is a thought that liouiuis. In hogging off Holds. If tho and flold-gun- s waiting on railroad lort (acting as a couucll) wore in tho law and could not be sued for Is gradually finding Its way into animals aro sniallor than this they sidings. Hero U ni' old consciousness. payment of tho central contribution, are unable to get tho com down while lurger animals do not make as econo"Whnt Is the capital of Persia?" they had no right (as'lndlvldual citi- story thnt iilut;air-- the point A man who had just movod Into a zens) to do so j and thoy further ml-o- d mical gains. The' experiments show- askod tho toacher. thaflf (as citizens) they continued bii.all Ponnslraiun town, Jfoll in'.u ed that it payod to start hogging the "I know" stammered tho studont, corn down about tho time It had pass- "but I can't find the word to express to do what tas councillors), they had ouvorhation with ea old Quaker Win every, right to do, thoy would (as was ac'iiutomed to sit on a bench in ed the glazed stago, putting enough it." Houston Post. citizens) have to go to jail, altho (ns tlio 'iniot j n tune In the center of the In the field to cloan up the 9 animals Corn Teacher Thomas, will you tell councillors) they could remain free village. "What kind of people live crop in about 35 or 40 days. hero?" asked the newcomer. and soybeans should bo hoggsd down mo what a conjunction is, and com-pos- o and unassalablo by tho law. ', tho n scutei.ee containing one? "What mannor of peoplo didst thee At first It appeared that about tho time the deans aro In tho A Thomas whole council (as citizens) would llvo amongst before?" inquired tho tnfter reflection) dough stago. According to results a Quaker. obtained" by tho station, tankage fed conjunction is a word connecting any havo to go to Jail. It seemed "Oh.ahoy wero moan, narrow, susn solf feeder ns a supplement to thing, such ns "The horso is hitched sensoless proceeding and as it tho in combination for to tho fenco by his hnlterl" "Halter" Greater London authorities would be picious, and very unfair," answerod orn made tho best purposes. This method is a conjunction, becauso ,' connects no noaror getting tholr Poplar con- tho man. liogglng-of- f "Then," said the Quaker, "I am or feeding icsulttd In an avorage dat tho florae to tho fence.- - Harper's tribution than before. But then it was found that tho Judge's order sorry friend, but thee will find the gain of 1:47 pounds of pork on Uazaar. ly mill ' U I'nr Kiilftin Uivtul Itultcniiilli. An I j ; . I"1 CALL Of-f.- c" 1 ac-qu- 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. I I, .... r'. BLANK DEED! MORTGAGES. cSsCa, IN STOCK. If You - have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. D tut Agrl-Millti- M Hartford Printing C ompany INCORPORATED HARTFORD, t KENTUCKY "' t""" i i.i gh samo manner of people hpre." for them and scaped with $2100 in Not long afterward, the old Qua- currency. ker was accosted by another man who had como to live in tho town "What sort of people aro thoy here?" HswXtT said the stranger. "What manner of people didst thee live amongst before?" inquired the old man. "Friend," ho answered, "they wore the finest folks In tho world. Thoy were friendly, kind and lovable, and I hated to leave them. The old Quaker beamed. "Welcome neighbor," he said, "bo of good cheer "After the birth of my for thee will find the same good peobaby I had a back-set- ," ple here!" writes Mrs. Maltie Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Chamberlain's Colic nml Diarrhoea Va. Remedy In Michigan. "I was very ill; Mrs. A. H. Hall, Caseville, Mich., thought I was going lo says, "I wish to thank you for your die. ! was sc weak I grand, good medicine. Chamberlain's j couldn't raise my head to Colic and Diarrhoea Hemeuy. Wo are get a drink of water. I never without it in the house, and I took . . . medicine, yet I am suro it saved qur baby's life i MPjjH didn't get any better. I this summer." Mrs. Mary Carrington, Caseville, was constipated and very Mich., says, "I have used Chamber- weak, getting worse and Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy warse. IsentforCardui." for years and It has always given prompt relief." m WK mm Was Very Weak TAKE ALLOW MIDSHIPMEN TO .SMOKE A recent order Issued by Admiral H. B. Wilson .superintendent of the Annapolis naval academy, has revoked the long standing edict which prohibited midshipmen- - from smoking Under tho new ordor they may now I smoke wherovor and whenever they please excopt while about tho streets of tho city in uniform. Admiral Wilson in speaking of the matter said he did not wish to encourage the uso of the weed altho he does not feel thnt moderato indulgence Will harm tho men. The Woman's Tonic "I found after one bottle of Cardui I was imadds .Mrs. Cross white. "Six botI tles of Cardui and was cured, yes, I can say proving," al Children Ory CASTOR' ... ii. SENTENCE FIV13 TO CHURCH N C, Five inon of Washington, convicted of stoaliug auto supplies to attend church wore sentenced regularly for ono year. Tho defendants had their choice of working on tho county roads or of going to church. they were a God-sen- d me. I believe to I would hu-m- au MUSTACHE IS PLUCKED OUT -- Just after ho had placed his day's receipts in his safe, threo bandits entered tho office of Stephen a Confey Island Merchant, bound him hand and foot and plastered adhesive tapo over his eyes and mouth. Whllo two attempted to opn tho safo tho third tortued the victim by plucking his mustacho, whisker by whisker. After working half an hour on the safe the burglars compelled Vasslloupoults to open it have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of otiier cases of womanly troubles. If you feci the need of a good, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It m3y be just what you need. au aUxil Druggists to ; BIG DAYS Labor Day $600 Derby Majestic Exposition 2 Bands BIG County an Exposition air I o-7-- o OWENSBORO, KY. September 5 Largest Exhibits. sheriff's salt: By virtue of execution No. 1 ISC. directed to me, which Issued from tho Clerk's office of the Ohio Circuit Court, lu favor of John Godsey vs. J. T. Park.ot al. in tho sum of ono inhundred (lOOJ dollars with 6 terest from the 3rd day of June 1015 until paid and. cobt, amounting to $26.66 and tho !ost of this sale anil by virtue of vend! exponas No. 1151, issued thereon from the same office on the 17th day of August 1921, me to soil tho hereinafter described property, I or one of my deputies will on Monday, the 5th day of September, 1921 liotween the' hour of 1 o'clock P. M. and 4 o'clock P. 31. at the Court House door in Hartford Ohio County, Ky., expose for sale, to the highest bidder, the following described property or so much thereof as may be necssary to make plaintiff's debt Interest and cost and the cost of this sale, two tracts of land in Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of Caney Creek and described as follows: First tract on the waters of Caney Creek and beginning at a mulberry N. E. corner to Mrs. Moore's land in J. S. Park line; then with J. S. Park's line S. 6u E. 97 poles to stone, J. S. Young's corner; thenco with said Young's line S. 36 W. 1D0 poles to a stone on the sido of a branch; thence down said bronch as It meanders whon reduced to a straight line N. 75 W. 95 poles to a stone in Branch; thonce with said branch N. 3 3 V. 10 polos to a stone, corner Mrs. Moore, thence with said Moore's line N. 33 E. 110 poles to a stone; thence with another of the Moore lines N. 47 E. 4S poles to the beginning, containing 99 4 acres and being tho same land conveyed to defendant J. T. Park by Dndloy D. Park by deed dated 23th day of Aug. 1891 and recorded in deed book 12 page IDS, subject, however to a mortgage for $716.00 made "i tiid J. T. Park to the Citizens' Hank of Hartford, Ky., on the 26th Jay of Dec. 191C, and transferred by Citizens' Hank to J. F. Park, June 26, 1916, and recorded in Mortgage Iiook 10, page 29, Ohio County Court Clerk's office. 2nd tract: Beginning at a stake In a largo drain, corner to Snyder, runcourso 26 poles; ning Southeast thonco easterly courso 27 poles to a beech in a small drain' in Snyder's line; thonco with tho meamlors of said branch 26 polos to the mouth of a smaller drain; thence up said drain a north east courso 16 polos to two umall cherry trees, standing in said drain; thonce ea.totly course 12" polos to a stone; thonce n northern course poles to a stone; thence an east- 22 rly courso 17 poles to a small ash on the bank of a small drain; thence a northern course 14 polos to a large drain to a stone; thence down, said course tfrnln in a western 9Si )olM to the beginning, containing; 23 acres and being the same fund conveyed to the defendant J. T. Park by J. K. L. Mason and wife. S. J. Mason, by deed dated 22 clay of April 1901 .inrt recorded in deed hook 21 pace T34 Ohio County Court Clerk's office. Subject, however, to a mortgage in favor of Frank Landrum for Interthe am f $175.00 with 6 est thereou from 15th day of February 1913. ui'.l'l paid. Said mortgage ) of record in 'Mortgage Book 10, l'ago. 3SC Ohio County Court Clerk's '' oillgo. Whloh said property has been levL i d upon as the property of J. T. Park, iibject to said respective mortgages, und ordered sold by said vendl ox- pung-aSl" ""la wlM '' raB'la ou a of six months, bonds with rdlt security required hour Ins Inper annum at tho rate of 6 terest 3--- 9-1- 0, 1921 I Pacing, Trotting and Running Races. 2 FREE ACTS Each Dayn Aeroplane Flights Each Day. same direction about 400 yards to thonco the lands of D. T. Wilson; aoross the lauds of said Wilson tho same course about 500 yards. (5. J. HOOVER. tion and Yemen public road to Horse same direction about 400. yards to JACK WALKER, Branch, in Ohio County, Kentucky, the lauds of Uouseau Maden; thence N. G. BOSWELL. over tho following route: across the lauds of said Maden tho By C. S. Moxley, County Enrinoor. Beginning at Dan Station and Yon-ma- n public ro&d on U. J. Hoover's Und; thence tunning a southeastern directionjwith the I. C. 11. R. Company line of right of way across said G. J. Hoover's land a distance of ROUND TRIP about 50 yards to the land of Park and Donton; thence across said land of Park and Denton the same course about 200 yardssto the lands of Ernest Woodward, thence across said TO Woodward's land about 150 yards to E. C. Wilson's land; thence across said Wilson's land the same direcACCOUNT tion about 300 yards to N. G. BLUE GRASS FAIR 's land; thence across said land the same direction 200 Ticket on sale Sept. I to t, inclusUo, ami for trnlns .scheduled to nr- yards to tho land of Eb Ford, thencr- rite In Lexington before noon Sept. 10th. nnr ,ca anfrl Enr,!'a 1nnl In thn nmn Tickets good for return to reach Hartford IxToro midnight Sept. 1- -. direction about 300 yards to D. Kirk's For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. land; thence across the lands of cald lrk, the same direction about 400) i:.iy, the Gth day of September, 1921, yards to tho lands of W. L. Wilson; filp their petition in the Ohio County thence across the hinds of an Id WilMack son the samo dirortlon about 300 Court asking the Honorable Cook, Judge of said court, to estab- yards to tho lands of Jack Walker; lish a public road from tho Dan Sta- thenco across jtald Walker's lands the NOTICE from day of sale until paid and having tho force and effect of a sale Ohio Circuit Court. bond. Witness my hand this tho 17th II. B. Martin, executor of tho estate day of August 1921. of. W. N. Martin, deceased, Plain S. A. IIRATCHEK. tiff. Shorlff Ohio County. vs. Notice of Sale. St3 Esparto. Jno. B. Wilson, Attorney. By virtue of a judgment and orAlFalfa Do you think It's goiu' der of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court to lain Tim? I as executor of the estate of W. N. Timothy Hay Don't know Al; Martin, deceased, will offer for sale what's your idee? at public outcry, to tho highest and Al Well, my old grandad used boat bidder at the Court House door to say about this time of year that it In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monda, dogdays, September 5th, 1921, (it being the .vo don't get rain before we'll get it aftor. first day of the regular September term of the Ohio County Court) at NOTICE. about the hour of one o'clock P. M., All persons having claims against upon a credit of three and six month::, the estate of Jerry J. Tilford, deceas- or for cash if the purchasor desires ed, will please present same, proper- the following personal described ly verified, to Mrs. Jerry J. Tilford, property, viz: Adinx. at her home at Fordsville, Ky., Five shares of the capital stock of within sixty days hereafter. the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, of This Aug. 12, 1921. Beaver Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky, A .D. KIRK, Atty. 7t3p boing the same owned by W. N. Marae tin, deceased. The young housekeeper walked In-- o The purchaser will be required to the butcher shop and rapped smart- execute bonds immediately after saW. ly on tho counter. "I want a chick- with good security to be approved by en," she said.. ' me, unless ho pays cash. Said bonds, "Do you want a pullet?" asked tho if executed, shall be In equal Installbutcher. ments due and payable in three and "No," replied the young house- six months, bearing Interest at the keeper. "I want to carry it." rate of 6' per cent per annum from mm date until paid, and to have the force Willie (compelled to wash his and effect of a judgment. face) Boo hoo! Boo Hoo! Given under my hand this the 16th Young mother What's the matter day of August, 1921. Willie? It. B. MARTIN, Willie I don't see why I can't Executor of tho estate of W. N. Marpowder and paint my face when It" tin, Deceased. dirty, as you do, instead of always Heavrin & Martin, Attorneys. havin' to wash It. ae om NOTICE MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. I Louisville Nashville Railroad r BXCURSJON FARE HARTFORD LEXINGTON Bos-wel- l's Bos-well- I . WE ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF ' C. Ohio Circuit Court. W. Taylor, Guardian, etc., vs. Notice of Sale. Eun.i J. Taylor, et..al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the above styled court directed to me In the above styled action, directing mo to soil the hereinafter described real estate for the. purpose of paying the costs of the said action and tho costs of this sale and dividing the balance of the proceeds among tho parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale, at public outcry, to tho highest and host bidder, at the Court house door In HartMrd. Ky., on Monday tho 19th day of Soptember, 1921, (it being the first day of fho regular September term of tho Ohio Circuit Court,) at about tho hour of 12:30 o'clock P. M., on n credit of six months, tho following described roal estate situated and being in Ohio County, Ky., and bounded and described as follows: "Beginning at a point In Lovl Taylor's line 112H poles wost of said Levi Taylors N. E. correr; theuce W. 112'i poles to a stnko in said Levi Tajlor'8 lijio;" thonce N. 2:i poles line; to. a stake in John Brown's thonce E. 112 '4 poles to a stake at (ieorge W. Leach's N. W. corner; thence S. 2S3 poles to tho beginning, containing 200 acres, more or less." The purchaser will be required to execute bond, with tocurlty to be approved by th3 Commissioner. Immediately after sale, said bonJ nay tide in six months and bearing Interest at t he rate of 6 per cent per annum from date until paid and to have the force ami effect of a judgment and a lion wjll be retained cp the land sold to further securo the money bond.' piyment of Given under my hand, as Master Commissioner of tho Ohio Circuit Couit, this tho 29th dny'of August, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. 0. C. M. L. IlMvrln, Atty. e All persons owning land affected and which has been assessed in the Roy Muffett Drainage District are O. Hunhereby notified to call on ter, County Treasurer of Ohio County, and pay their assessment on or the first day of October, 1921. On all assessments not paid on or that date the Board of Drainage Commissioners will issue bonds pursuant to law for all unpaid assessments. Given under our hands this tho 24th day of August, 1921. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS, of Ohio County. By S. T. BARNETT, Chairman. 9t2 M. A. FOGLE, Secretary. FALL GOODS CONSISTING OF d lie-lo- re be-fo- ro Dresses, Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Sweaters, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes o-- o A small boy, boing asked In an examination, "Why are you Interested in tho Northmen?" replied truthfully, "I'm not" and the unsympathotio toucher marked him zero on the question. MxwJW( H And a large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hats. t' We extend to you a cordial invitation to .visit our store and give U3 FOR SALE One first class, saddle and harness horse, seven years old. Tho prlco is a look. right. JAMES A. TATE. Hartford, mm Ky. TAXES NOW DUE Tax Bills for 1921 have been placed in my hands for collection You aie requested to call and settle so that we may both get the matter behind us. Early settlement will save trouble, don't neglect this matter. Pay now. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio Co. NOTICE. Notice is hereby glvln that the un dersigned land owners will on Mon- - gg dependable merchandise, a reasonab'e cost, we can supply your wants. We have always stood for quality and service. e.t is of the latest style, excellent quality, and almost prices. You will be back to pre-wsurprised when you see the quality and prices. If you are in, need Ready-to-Wear ar Our c o O PER BRQS., Beaver Dam, Kentucky.