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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NUMBER 12 doned his bed and board thirty days zens Chief of Pollco Petty had order- OHIO COUNTY FAIR CIRCUIT COURT TERM RIVER TAKES TOLL OF' ed Ills' men to hreak up the pructlce. BEGINS NEXT MONDAY later, since which time she has refused to return. Sundny night two police officers, RUNNING SMOOTHLY Marie Pate Hardin vs. Uennle HarANOTHER HUMAN LIFE REPORT OF EXPENSES according to their story, found such din, divorce. Cruel and Inhuman n machlno on tin abandoned road near Good Hioil Civil Docket Anil Number treatmont is charged. ' Plalntlft a3ks tho city und ordered tho occupants,! Of Criminal Prosecutions for $25 a month alimony. The cou a mnn nnd a woman, to turn on their1 ,. Day Attendance u t Are .Sot for Hearing. pie was married December 1920 and While Bathing In River The Livery, Printing And Eats lichts and move on. The of fleers . sepnrnted August 21, 1921. Large And Attractions took the number of the car and, callSon Of Mrs. Stalsworth Principal Items In The ing up police headquarters were InJ. S. Pryor vs. Callie .Pryor, diAre Numerous. Ventures Too Deep The Septomber term of the Ohio vorce Grounds, abandonment MarVarious Reports formed tho number was that of the circuit court will open tho third Mon- ried in 1919 and separated In 1920. Overton Harfls.Democrnt- mnchlno of day. A rather full civil docket Is Tho story , Beaver Dam Coal company vs. L. c candidate for mayor. Tho Morgnntown band playing on, sot for hearing and a number of Alsfp and the State Workmens ComRough river added another victim ........ ..., - Innmmrpil In thn Louisville Herald the' ' wun mo siaie .r. In compliance prosecutions havo been pensation Board, a suit to determine to Us long death toll list Into Monafter- - the Klloy corner Thursday morning 'criminal i nto In the n ; mary election law, tho candidates, D;0U .cIock ami(,uncej tho. open - imado sneclal for tho term. obligation under Compensation Sta- day afternoon, when Clarence, son ot " ' IIC those nominal, as y. Pnllilltint ,..rann.4f nMn n..I fn Intnl tute. Alsip received injuries while Mrs. Mary Stalsworth was drowned. HB of the Ohio County Fair, and Vvlllillliu. I'lUOWUlllJlin DC IWi lilll. k.wyor and a stenographer, appeared working In plaintiff's mino nnd ap- In that stream about half a mile? ,t I Court rierk a.Hat of before Chief Petty nth.s.offlce, where noon found a good crowd on tho tho 7th day of the term aro: and Comth. vs. Clarence Aull, Injur- pealed to State Compensation Board above tho old water mill. H)le n Blntement ndmlt. grounds. Tho weather was Ideal. xp nse incurred In making tho canc track In tine shape and nltogeth- - ing property; Comth. vs. same, de- - for rcllof. The lad and Uoscoo Peters Borfrd awarded the In,moston was his but va-- .. or the opening was an auspicious one. sortlnf Infant child; Comth. vs. Roy jured man $15 but fixed no term of from school and deckled to - Idem lug that his car at the tlmo was 1 .10 amount expended by no can 0no of the disappointments of the nines, S cass, Selling liquor; Comth. allowance, and the plaintiff is suing tako a swim In the river at Tichenor'a m nn unuB. or thnl h(j enough to invito illil.itr w. larKe A small flood ln tho river Tin n.imittPii iiia mil licht day was the failure of the oxpecteu vs. Walden Baize, two cases, Selling for an order' fixing a determinate ripple: o.i filtlcinni, and all tho exponso lncur-T.'- d and one of his headlights were out atroplnno to appear on the grounds, 1 liquor; Comth. vs. Lewis Carmlckle, period for payment of indemnity. resulted In a very swift sweep of the w,h lor legitimate purposes. The and .a t current on tho ripple, and immediatethat the officers stopped him though It was not the fault of the two cases. Selling liquor; Comth. vs Manager Rca'n had Thomas' Faught, Operating distillery; NIGHT .SCHOOL AT CKOStWELL ly after entering tho water tho boy total iM sp t WIC" cundlilato and with direction to turn on his lights. "n,"ul"U111 th' purpose for whjch It was oxpond-e- d He said ho with a lady friend had cuiuraciuu wim mi uwiuur iur ms Comth. vs. lloy Elisor, Selling liquor. was swept off his feet and carried ' is submitted. Prof. I. S. Mason, principal of tho down stream to a point where tho Petit Jurors. dinner In the country and wore pearance. but late Wednesday J un- c- A Tate, livery $200, train n tho aoronaut wired the Manager Martin Porter, G. M. Durdotte, consolidated school at Cromwell, is water was beyond hi3 depth, ami to the city about 10:30 demanding an extra sum for his ser- - Lonnlo Cook, Ernest Morris, Frank conducting a night school at that drowned. fare $12, hotel bills nnd gasoline for 0.clucj t car $1S a.ul miscellaneous $120. Total staple. Sam Daldson, Jeff Curtis, T. place, with fifteen pupils. Tho puTho Peters boy spread the alarm After Mr. Harris had made his vices, which was prohibitive. $:go statement the two officers. who were ft, Th. clK rl'.gs aro all filled and E. Cooper, Dudley Plummer, Sher- pils are nil adult men and soveral of and within a short time tho rlvor-banMirt n -Wlns.n Smith, livery $30. was lined with men volunteer" '" inncmit wnrn iMillcd on lor a stale- - """ tMinrr will rmrriril - fnlr via. man Colomiin, Luther Liles, J. G. them aro heads of families. Some of Kunnlug, trotting, pacing and Davis, R. B. Eudaley, E. n. Williams, the night pupils are learning to read ing to search for the body. Hook3 I s Mason, livery and hotel bills llorsmont and reiterated In detail tho ?30 story appearing In the Herald. Followv "how horses in good number are on John A. Kaymond, W. P. Midklff, W. and write while others are taking and drags wero improvised and tho Hut'- r Rhonda, livery $."10, board m uhir.1. Mr Hmris issued a mil - '" a. L,ioyn, James u. uouneu, far., u. J. more advanced courses and, Mr. Ma-o- n search continued tho greater part of Krounus. Concessionaires are on tho grou. t Sneddon, Dyer Davis, 'Job S. Bennett, says, all aro making splendid tho night and until no'on Tuesday beTotal $3G. $G )m nun ' no .nnririnim. Worth Tlchonor, ralhoad fare ?r,i,nn(le lu tne j,rogenco of chief Petty, ,n large, numbor and, while no sklnjjamos II. Robertson. W. P. Drown, progress. Prof. Mason is teaching fore tho body wns located. ItoM b.lls $5, printing $15 nnd liv nn.i snlirthP nubile must JudKe bo- - B'T"8 or vulgar shows are permitted, Ernlo Curtis, Presley Drown, A. C. tho class for no other remuneration Funeral services wero conducted, Is being pro- - Acton, L. C. Hoover, Jr., Win. Lake,. than his interest ln advancing Total $SG. ery $G0 the by Rev. Russell Walker, aftor which twoen his statement and that made a variety of amusement J. J. Keown, Charlos Smith, Will cause of education In the community. Intorjnent wns ln Oakwood cemetery. Cicero Crowder, educational bal- bv tho two officers. Mr. Harris did vitletl. The county rajr is an age-ol- d lots $3 23, livery $SS, transportation not glvo the name of his lady com - Institution for the reunion of old S'eal, J. 15. Tappan. John F. Coleman, The boy is survived by his mother 1IEAVKK DAM DEl'AUTMEXT of voters $22G and services of oth- nanton nor tho namo of the- - friends Mend: and affording opportunity to Thad Darnurd, Elbert Carden, Dirdie and .three brothers. His.fathor, ' ". now ones, and It Is almost a ' Hammond. ers $20. Total $337.25. Arch Stalsworth, died soveraj years with whom he alleged ho had dinner, make yew Suits Plied. (duty, as well as a ploasurc, for tho Association of ago. The Parent-TeachOtto Martin, nothing no opposi'people to give It a liberal patronage. W. E. Hicks, administrator of the tho Beaver Dam graded and high tion SERIOUS ACCIDENT pqt.ito nf Hllilrnrl Hicks, deceased, vs. school met Friday afternoon at tho OF APPEALS TO PASS Mack Cook, livery $1C3, printing ON SLY OHIO COUNTY CASES Loyal Protective Association, on a school auditorium and olectcd offiFORD TURNS TURTLE SOX GOES TO JAIL TO Total $1CS. S5 GET HIS IWTHEK OCT claim of $320 alleged to be duo hotel and llvory ox-- 1 cers for the ensuing yenr. The atS A. Tho fall term of the Court of! Ap$3.25. Arthur Mllli-- r May lb Fatally 1 1 75, railroad faro tato of deceased on a sick policy. tendance was very good for the first petre f In story and song and sometimes1 Louana. and Wllma Rowan and meeting, and plans for to improve peals will open Monday September juifd. Other Ori'ii:tut.s Total $15 j In real life' men havo volunteered to Lockie Brown vs. the Beaver Dam itho work of the association were dis 19, nnd the following appeared from Iliully Shaken Up. H It. Wedding, livery $S, hotel undergo punishment decreed by law .coal conmar.y. to recover $1200 cussed. It was decided to hold the the Ohio circuit court will be heard Total $10.50 $2 30. 1llls a Ford car driven by Arthur Mil- - to their friends, but these fine cshU claimed to bo. duo on account of the meetings hereafter at night, by which early ln the session: Charlie Smith, machine 'hire $35, Payne a. Payne. 8aai6. meals $20, cards $S and edit- - icr wrecked Wednesday afternoon bitlons of human generosity, when defendant) company dumping slack It 16 hoped to increase attendance. .. Payne vs. Smith. Offlcars elected were: President, cntlonal ballots $3.75. Total $72.75. nbout two miles north of Ileda on actualities, havo occurred In dlstant'and draining copperas water on land I Sandefur etc. vs. Stevens etc. Injuring commupltles and under stress of clr of plaintiff with resulting damage to Mrs. J. O. McKinney; Vice President, tHo Hoover Hill, severely W. H llalze, livery $35, cards $3.- -' I.. Broadway Coal Mining Co--, vs. Mrs. H. L. Ramsey; Secretary, Mrs. Mlllr and badly shaking up cumstnnccs, hut a marksd case of a tho amount sued for. 75, hotel bills $12.50, brillots $6. Thomas Vance vs. James Cummins, Tom Cooper; Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Orkles. tal $57.25. Ohio County Drug Co., vs. Howard. on a claim for $630 growing out of each. ltoy Keown, nothing no opposi Johnson was tho only one of the pas-- , red right hero in Ohio county Security Life Ins. Co., vs. Black. Literary Society Reorganized. Avho escaped' being knocked ncsday. a land deal. Plaintiff alleges that tion. Sometime ago lloy Hlnes of near after buying a farm from the defenThe literary societies of the high M F. Chumloy, printing $12.50. unconscious. Mr. Asu King 'and tho DEATH OF MRS. RIAt. midget, whoso namo wo i Olaton, was arrested and put under dant for which he paid $420 Herman school wore reorganized, the student cards $31, ballots $3.25, livery $127, glass-eatin- g on a charge of disorderly con- - Black and Sam Hoover laid claim to library being divided into two divitrain faro $75, miscellaneous , $60. wero unublo to leatn, were uncon-,bon- d Mrs. Bertie Rial died at her homo-ne- ar nvtiii tit 71". sclous for some tlmo. Dr. A 11. Ill- - duct. Tho young man gave bond and the land, and recovered it by suit. sions, the senior Freshmen and the Recently Plalrftiff sues for price paid for land Junior Sophomores. These societies Nocreek, Thursday morning. Ed llarrass, printing $17, cards, 'i0y rushed to the scsne of tho wreck j was allowed his liberty. as soon as possible and Mr. Miller the young man's father, Tom Hines, and costs incurred in defending title will meot each Friday afternoon at Funeral services will bo conducted at etc., 615. Total $632. livery this, 2:40 o'clock, and will render a pro- "Wesley Chapel at nospuai. was arrested and lodged ln Jail on a in suit. j was taken to an uwensnoro (J. A. Ilalph, train furo' It seems that Llzzl Barnett vs. Omar Barnett, di- gram alternately. The officers are: morning, after which burial will bo livery $510. Total $512.- - jUpon Investigation, however, It was charge of bootlegging. meals $20, tjo idotmed host to bring him back to father anil son were unable to enlist vorce. Couple separated In June of Senior Freshman division; President. In tho Carson graveyard. Mrs. Rial's ' Clyde Taylor; Vice President, Mis: death was duo to cancer. Sho leaves S. Dean, rjllroad fnnt $G.80, ' HartfoM and he Is at present at the the assistance of but a single bonds- last year. Plaintiff charges abandonW. man and tho court, willing to accept ment. The defendant is now in Ohio Osie Belle Hprrel; Secrtary, Miss one daughter, Mrs. Dena Bennison. homo of Mr. Worth Tichoror liotel bills. $10.85, livery $G5. tho surety"for one, was unwilling to Naomi Vincent Wljson V3. Charles Florenc Taylor, Doorkeeper, Guy Mrs. Rial was a sister of Mr. Dillls A brorfci radiii") rod Is responsible Hudson, livery $10, Nathaniel i Ward, County Tax Commissioner. Wilson. divorce. Couple was married Daniel, for tho accident. Tho party v. as accept him for the two. , . rird. JS. Total $18. Confronted with this dilemma, in Chicago In January 1920 and s.ep- Junior Sophomors division: PresiH. Black, printing, livery and returning from Owcnsboro and tno T. INFANT DIES I broke, throwing tho car young Hm.es brought his bondman arated In July 1921. Abandonment dent, Wendell Ralph, Vice President, botol bills, $10. S5, llvory $65. Total , radius rod ,,s occupants over n bank. to Hartford, went to jail himself tojis the ground foi action. Plaintiff Frank Kolley Casebier; Secretary. jn,i(" 7C,rio. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. All tho spokes ln one of tho front release the surety to sign tho bond (says In her petition that the defend- - .Rosa Austin; 'Doorkeeper, Hubert l P. Keown, nothing. B. B. Mclriteer died Thursday mornCarden, Paul Murphy work wheels were stripped, but otherwise of his father, who was then released ant cams $00 a month, and she asks Greer. Charlle ing at 12.05. The baby was twenty-si- x trom prison. .No similar case is of for $10.0 a month for support while Basket Ball Plans. $20, botol hills $15.25; gas and oil tho car was not badly damaged days old. Menengitis was tho diThe high school boys Interested In' sjiilt is pending and $15,000 aMiuony. At press hour Mr Miller was no rtcord in tho courts of tho county, livery $246. Total $321.25. . $40. C. E. Koynl and others vs. P. F. basket ball met and elected Leonard rect cause of its death. Burial will printing $11, better, and there Is doubt as to his Ernest Birkhead, JUDGE COOK TIES KNOT Prof. Allison, take place at Oakwood today at 10 WcsterfU Id nnd others, a suit for or- A Baker manager, train fare $10, hotel bills $8.50, llv-r- y completo rccovory. der of division of 240 acres of land, coach. Practice will begin soon. and, o'clock. $9S. Total $127.50. a A very youthful couple was launchcitizens XAKHOWS FAHMEU DEAD tho property of the lato W W. (Hick- with tho students and The livt ry bills of a number of canWASHINGTON ed on tho matrimonial sea ln tho of- - ory Bill) Royal. to back themt the boys will make the didates Included charges for vehicles Ruth M. Pryor vs. George 'Pryor, best team W. V, S. has had for years. Mr. Itedford Bean died at his homo ficc of tho countr Judge Monday for tran porting voters to tho polls A revvnl meeting closed hero Sun Personal divorce. Petitioner states, defendant near Narrows, Tuesday. His death morning. Judge Cook did the primary day. Mr. J. A. Leach, deputy ln the of- day night. There were seven pro from a long Illness duo to ilclnl- - launching, in ono of his brief, beat and bruised her In such manner expjnso account filTho smallest affecting tho left snappy forms that dismisses tho can-sld- o that she could no longer live with fice of Auditor Craig at Frankfort, fessions of faith and nine Joined the ed waH thnt of Johnaon Stewart, au'unusual disenso ' church. of his head. Ho had been M'k dldates before tho brfdo has time to him, and prays tho court to grant her visited his family hero last week. expense was only 9S whn,so total Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Park were Tho following persons made up a nn order of divorce, the custoduy of. for sevoral months and Bpent several blUBh. Tho couple wero Miss rijnts. this summer In a Louisville nico Burden and Mr. Willio Calloway her child, suitable allowance for sup- weekiend camping party, on Green guests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubroy Now-co- m Saturday night and Sunday. hosjiltal. Tho remains were burled hoth of Mcllenry. The brldo Is fif port until cause is heard and a final rlvor: Mr. and Mrs. Port,er Barnes, STUDENTS LEAVING Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown Jr., and burying . teen and tho groom twenty. in tho Axtou sum of $500 alimony. Tln couj:3 Mr. Frank Barnes and Misses Cora TO ENTEK U. OF K. Wodnosdny ground, near Olaton. was married ln Grayson county in Barnes, Nora Jackson, Elolse Aus children and Mrs. T. C. Trogdon or years old this place and Mrs. Sarah Bennett of 1917 and sopnrated in Jtone of tho tin nnd Bertie Renfrow. KIRKS GIVE 500 PARTY following students will leave j Mr. Bean was forty-seve- n The Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Jones and son Owoflsboro, weie guests Sunday of present year. at the time of his death. Ho leaves this week to onter tho University of R. A. Bridges vs. W. S. Brown. have returned to Owensboro, after a Mrs. Westdrfiold, of near Bcda. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk entertainwue aim unco ummcu AIlSR Mnr-.- u KV,,niplfv nt Loxlimton: Mlso Sophia Kunk of Taffy, spent o ed with a delightful 500 partly at Hardin. Brown, Judsou Brown nnd visit with friends here. tha Pnto, Messrs, Powell Tlchonor, TEACHERS' PAYDAY Mrs. Robert Bennett of Spokano, from Friday until Sunday with her their home on Union street, Wednes- Otis Brown, on claim for $5000 damWilson, Byron Williams, John Allen day ovonlng. In honor of tholr house ages, alleged' to be duo on account Washington ,ls a guest of her parents, cousin, "Gonnta Lake. Glonn Tlnsloy and Elijah Thomas, of Answering an Inquiry last week, Kuest MJss noubyo Wilcox of Morgan- - of tho defendants refusing to allow Mrr and Mrs. Scott Likens. Miss Versla Nowcom Is spending William Mnddox of Mo-- 1 Hartford; Superintendent Howard said Satur- - tleld. Miss Tina Ferguson of Oklahoma, tho wook with Mrs. C. N. llalrd, of tho plaintiff to opornto coal mine Henry, Blrkhond'llarnos and Marshal day would bo paydayfor the school Aftor several progressive games loaso on tho lands owned by parties is a guest of Miss Thelma Arbuckle. tho Alexandria neighborhood. llnrncs of Beaver Dam. Mr. Emmet Cook 1ms returned to Mr. and Slro. T. W. Lowo. or Pfill- -, teachers nnd we inantlonoil that were played a doliclous salad lunch-o- n namod. jt Mrv Howard Glonn a formor ohecks would bo mallod on that dnto. pot, tormarly of this community, aro. Owcnsboro, after a visit with friends wns sorvod. Tho membors of tho Maud Austin vs. Jamos Austin, of Hartford but now qf Torro tho pnrents of a baby girl, Bwslo Plaintiff suos on giound of hero. tho Later tho superintndent confirmed party wore: Misses Roubyo Wllcoi, Haute. Intl., Is also ' pay-dabut ndd-e- d KathliQii Tumor, Winnie D. Simmer-ma- abandonment. Tho couple was mar-ilo- d Taylor has returned Imogsno. Mr. Mason University this fall. This will bo his his statement ns to Messrs. Cecil and G rover Bristo that the trousury lackod sufficient in, 1906 and separated in 1919. from a visit with "relatives In Okla Mosdumes E. E. Birkhead, 'A. . last year funds to merit tho obligation and pay- II. Slniltz, Parrel Sullonger; Mr.-an- d boma. T. II. Bnlmntn vs. Lucinda rsturnod'to Owensboro Thursday, af' ment had to bo deferred. Will Leave, For School tor spending a fow days with rolutlves divorce. Abandonment chargMrs. G."R. Wooten, Mr. and Mrs. L. DE.MOCAT CANDIDATE KOIt Willio horo. nnd Messrs. Marshal Barnes, MAYOll DEFENDS CONDUCT it Chock for tho State's part of tho T. Riley; Messrs. James Glenn, Cur- ed. Couple married in 1903 Muddox and Birkhead Barnes will Mrs. Annie Tyro and children of fund has boon received but the tis Maples, Paul Sisk, Roy Barnhtll boparated in August 1920. is not yet available. Tho and Harold Holbrnok. Pearl Snodgrass vs.Vlesso Snod-gras- s, leave nexj week for Lexington, to near Hartford, are visiting Mre. Ty-o- 's If not guilty of reprehensible conl. charges entor State University; Irwin Caseparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. mi divorce. PlalntKf duct, Overtoil Harris, Democratic county board will meot Uio first MonSho also usks Judg- bier will go to Georgetown to attend EXECUTIVE HOARD NOTICE abandonment. nominee for mayor or Loulsvillo Is day In October, nnd if at that Unto ment for $320 wllch she alleges sho Georgetown College, Victor Willis tho victim of tho foulest police plot tho sheriff has not received enough Mr. William Rued, who has been an of tho school fund from taxes collectof the Executive had when married and w.liich she and ShoUon Alford will go to LouisAll monibors in'the hUtory of thnt city. of tho byways In tho vicin- ed tho board will arrange to rals'o Board of the Ohio 'County Baptist gavo to her husband during their mar ville to entor Dental college thore, engineer on tho Owensboro branch of Citizens Wuittior Rogers will leave for Centro the Illinois Central railroad for mora ity of tho city have been outraged by money to meet paymont for tho first Association nro requested to be pres- ried llfo. John S. Daughorty vs. Mary J. Cdilcge, Dauvlllo, audMlsses Alonna thuu twenty years has resigned his parking In their nelghr month. Under tho now school law ent nt a call mooting for organization automobiles i lorhood, turning off tholr lights and payment of teachers' salaries can bo on September 20, 1921, at 10 a. m., Daugherty, divorce. Plaintiff says Lsach and Carrie Parker will go to position on account ot ill healh, and June Bowling Green to attend the West will move with his family to Dawson he und defendant .i.ini fnr Imlaflnltn nerlods at made only when tho county board la at Hartford, Ky. Springs. ' cltl-Jl- n 23, 1920, and that defendant aban- - Kentucky State Normal. RUSSELL WALKER. session. On complaint of such ufght T f I j wero-returnln- g , ,i ai-talc- en aftar-rntiirnl- ' ... ' ' - "". -- - .,.,r.n, ' er i te, I j Wed-senge- rs ' 1 I .'4-u, ck . , ... , ' Ber-woe- ks ' ' rosl-Oot- e. y, n; Bul-mal- a, coun-ty'squo- ta Caa-teo- were-marrle- d EUROPEAN FINANCE IS PUZZLING STATESMEN very significant fact ,whlch To Idle Men. In connection with tho German Reparation Agreement may perhaps ho found, In the final analysis, Washington, Sept 10. For the Tho nations of Eu- to give the solution to this whole rope hnvo como out of tho war fac- problem. In arranging the repara- first time since tho beginning of tho ing itho unpleasant clioico between tion payments, tho Allies fixed what industrial crisis, the Government Is This taking a census, of tho unemployed. they called a "gold mark." confiscation on the one hand and "gold mark" Is an arbitrary unit of That census covers tho men actually In depreciated currency on the value roughly equivalent to a gold other. Neither prospect Is pleasant, mark boforo the war, and fixed nc t. out of work through no fault of their twenty-fwo read in tho Straus Investors Magvaluo equal to 15 paper marks of tho own In overy.city of more than ive thousand Inhabitants 231 azine, "especially since the latter present currency of Germany. " 'In othor words, for tho purposes cities In all. amounts to partial repudiation." Hut of foreign payments and foreign trndo It will ho completed Wednesday, the writer In this financial publica- tho valuo of the mark will be stabil- passed on to the President and used tion thinks that confiscation Is tho ized at nn arbitrary flguro fifteen In the forthcoming conference on untwo evils and hopes times tho valuo of a mark within tho greater of the And, thing you ao next Reports from many inemployment. thnt Gormany will bo tho only nation boundaries of Germany. get some makin's Albert's delightful flavor, already are at hand. They dustries forced to resort to It. For, ho de"Tho governments of other Eu- show: and some Prince there's its freedom from bite clares, the threat of confiscation of ropean nations could very easily do 1 That business Is coming back Is second only to tho Albert tobacco and puff away and parch which is cut out by private wealth tho same thing. They could estab- more rapidly than even optimists Print Albtrt 1$ told thrent of war Itself In demoralizing lish goul francs or gold liro for tho thought it would. on a home made cigarette our exclusive paicmca proc in toppy rtd tract, tidy red tint, hand. business men generally and discourwill hit on all your ess! Certainly you smoke purposes of foreign trade, custom" 2 Mome pound and half That unemployment is decidedaging "those whose practise of thrift pound tin humidora P. A. from sun up till you duties, etc. They" could then fix an ly on the wane; that a steady trend smoke cylinders! and In tht pound and Industry and whoso .efforts must nrbltrary rato of exchange between tryital humback to work In factorlos, mills and slip between the sheets withidor with pons lis dopondod upon to kep the econom- this gold and saylTo use sitting-b- y unit nnd the domestic paper mines Is general. molittncr top. out a comeback. Today, we ic machine In motion." conn- I! nionoy vlrculating within the ing maybe you'll cash this That labor has liquidated large road: trv. lust as the cold mark Is fixed at ly Its wartime wRge excess and Prince Albert is the tobachunch tomorrow. Do it while "This specter of confiscation is no j fmopll pal)er mar.H. j thls way, few more matorlal cuts are in thatf Imco that revolutionized pipe the going's good, for man-o-ma- n, but Is In Ger without repudiating thoir forElgn longer merely a threat mediate prospect. ' you never could you figure out smoking. many an actual fact. The Cabinet debts or being at a disadvantage in That the recent estimate by which put its signature to the Reparaforget it! whatyou'repassingby! Such smoke a pipe foioign trade because of depreciated Jame3 J. Davis, Secreary of Labor, of tions Agreement lias determined upon currency, they could repay their own more than five million as the size flavor, such coolness, such You can AND YOU WILL n policy which amounts to a levy of ,,eop,0 In moIuy 0 depreciated value of the army of the unemployed unmore-ish-newell, the only if you use Prince Albert upon private capuai. in uiu Th,a m effecti woul(i amminl t0 the 20 derstated tho case, but that the .swing a smoke for packing! way to get the words emIn business galne lh,ng ag ;l rcpmlltlton f A cer. case of capital Invested hack to a general business revival has phatic enough is to go to it revelation in a jimmy pipe concerns commercial and Industrial ta,n ,)r0,)orto ' the domestic :io- resulted In hundreds of thousands of Including banks tho tI(jnn, iJo,t am, woulrt amount to a entorprlse. or a cigarette! and know yourself! that army returning to the payrolls state will claim a mortgage amount- - (JVJ. fln tho prlvate cal,tal of those during the past mouth. 'participation In the in- - h()(UllK government securities, lng to a 20 5 That in almost every city of vested capital of the corporation or ..Tllis. ,, course, would be unfair the country nine business men out of business. These mortgages will do and particularly unjust to those who every ten have quit talking about Copyright 1021 sold by the state In foreign countries Invested in government bonds before hard times and are feeling 'ho flrs-- t by I! J. Reynolds I ff! m wK EX H u WS S ns part of the roparation paymonts. and during tho war, but many econ- effects of returning prosperity. Tobaccr w Winit,-oalcm- , In the case of real estate, each omists believe that some such arC That buying orders for almost N.C property will be assessed at pre-wrangement must be resorted to In or- everything tho people of the country the national joy smoke value, and this valuation will bo con- der to enable those countries to meet usually purchase aro beginning to verted Into tho present standard of their Interest payments and the prin seep over tho barriers of the buyer's paper 'niflrks at the rate of one gold cipal of their debts. They are fac- - strike anJ that the full force of tho reports to Washington of Industry in A SENSIIIMI rOMMKXTAKY bow f.ir tin ju i ti to s .1 mark to fifteen paper marks. Tho ed with the dilemma of two evils and buying movemont Is expected soon. tho United States today. Tb" OF A WOMAN U'OX WOMEN wi'huui wijing &y penalt) M vl'5Lr resultant capitalization will be taken must choose tho lesser of the two." Dcparmcnt Heads iycas-ed- . o woods are full of them." mortgago as tho basis for a 20 Even with tho present depreciation Labor otflclals making the survey The lSrhoIoRj" f Drr. (Ily Antoinette Donnelly. against the property, which will be of European currencies the debts do are cheered by the prospects. They hold by tho statd. Sufferers from Indigostlon are apt Of course, it dees seem to n so large whon oxprest in have figures in hand which will show Now. I want It understood I r.m not not seem This proposal, however it may bo terms of the depreciated currency at that the number of unotnployed will to become dscouragod and feel that an n lmly with there Is but one person to aclilr camouflaged lev the present Cabinet the present rate of exchange. For In- yeach into the millions and hence do complete recovory is not to bo hoped ideas about young girls. I the problem of dress and comU' In terms of 'participation mortgages,' stance, tho debt of Franco which we not minimize the unhappiness of the for. No one could make a greator don't spend my time saying things it is being practiced by so m rorrehcnts In effect an actual confis- have referred to above as being present; but they also have flguros mistake. Hundreds have been per- weren't like that whon I was n yujiiK the flapper class. She Is the im r cation of private property. Is of courso not 50,000,-000.00- 0 showing that the numbers are dimin- manently cured by taking Chamber-Inln'- s thine because I quite a number of the girl. Tablets and can now eat any- of thingi. ou:d a The mother Is the one to nr e. The fact that this was absolutely made my deb in dollars, but 230,000.000.-00- 0 ishing fast with indications that they ne.cccsnry for Germany In order to s francs. At the present rate of will diminish still faster In the next thing that they crave. These tablets and stili'k'i (kijr much happier It thev She knoVs human nature. Sho strengthen the stomach and enable hadn't been as tMtv were. meet her reparation payments docs exchange 250,000,000,000 francs Is thirty days. ' whst men say about girls who r" more And I don't think the toddle (as It Immodost In their manner and not make It any easier for German bu- only about $21,000,000,000 Surface indications of the revival it to perform its functions naturally men, nor Is It particularly re- than cutting the debt In half. If the during the week include a sensational If you have not tried them do so at was Invutitfd; .iinckliig ami not fit In their dross. Sho know th siness m for nice young girls. I assuring to other European countries French deb tls paid back in terms of rise In the price of cotton; a marked once. think short danger to the girl of going about 'Ii f klrts are sn..piy, jnd If could btai'd perhaps a single garment under which face a financial problem al- this depreciated currency the pay- Increase in production of iron, steel In fact, ments will not be nearly so hard to and coal, an apparent solution of GltKAT VEIN OP GOLD most as hard as Germany's. the ocular list I'd proba! ly wear dross, her stockings rolled and her KOL'ND IN CANADA higher. ! think skirt so short as to expose her knee. mine an ii c.i or the question of state confiscation is meet. somo of thB difficulties of the oil In receiving a great deal of serious he style-- , were ne.'or pruttle.. yount.-o- r, Sho knows tho girl's responsibility la Of course, it is not the present ex- dustry; a bullish stock market; a The Pas Man., Sept. 13 Sensamnr- nglni' '.it:.n they ai 'vt'ay tho matter of dress where another thought in Europe and Is regarded pectation of European governments new high mark for the year, in railpresdeprecia road income and a further strength tional reports reaching hero of the If boli'ued hair uiit.s the iyp I mother's son Is involved. even in England as at least a to allow this extraordinary gold discovery nt Elbow Lake have English financial Ion of their currency to stand mdefl ening of the credit situation. If a sllgl,'. dai.h think it ilo.-abl- e ent possibility. If sho doesn't know It, nil she has caused a rush of prospectors to the of rouge un any com- - nuiy, but it might be possible for e the vey young to do 1? to cull in hor son and ask lnm periodicals contain considerable The Nationwide census of the Idle region. ment on tho question." rice lb ti'.wiu U. te'.icve a pal? anem- what' ho thinks of his sMor's scant them to overcome tho disadvantages Is a new thing. Heretofore the Labor From surface showings, many be- ic coloring, .' ,11 It. Aid I cer- attire. A brother's frankness aiiout But however much ho dislikes tho in their foreign trade of such depre- Department has issued a monthly lieve the largest body of gold oro on his sister's Conduct Is evidence Idea of confiscation, tho writer finds ciation by means of such devices as survey of employment showing the tho continent has been tapped. The tainly believe a face powdered is much more attractive than a enough; thoro aro decent Instind '" it "hard to see how the nations are the "gold mark" which wo have de- number of men employed on the last containing dyke has been stripped of face with .shiny, oily skin. the male breast that writho against going to pay their enormous debts by scribed above. And the conclusion day of each month at 1.128 Identical overburden , for a length of .150 feet No lint with all that It ta'.es a more tho woman bo loves subjecting cannot bo avoided that it would bo to plants thruout the country. any other inrans." As ho continues-"Germanyand a width of fifty feet without en- iiII.hitI mind and more Is in the their advantage in paying off their attempt was made to collect figures forxivlm; heart to criticism. of course, countering the walls of the vein. The than mine to appreciate the xays of worst condition. She has already large debs. If this depreclalon should showing the number of men Idle. outcropping near the edge of the lake Modesty .Musi it,. Tiiuglil liirlj. the daughter of some of our Various communities, however notaresorted to tho capital levy. Of tho remain uncorrected. has developed, it Is said, Into a rich ed good families. -- ' Of course, thb mother doesn't nc'J bly Now York City, have compiled jjrrat powers. Franco probably comes PUCKGt Ol gOKU Thoro Is a wave of something I to wait until hor daughter has revilIf your child Is palo and sickly, their own unemployment surveys. next to Germany In tho matter of a In ,1 luciioiuut; ftii,Tltn itnlti lu ill n ni.iiiincil.tnn luiiuu- in lie know not what to call It sweeping ed ln-- teens or her oarly twenties b In New York the number of Idle load of debt which seems Impossible picks at the nose, starts in tho sleep Is in uum, m and grinds the teeth while sleeping, was placed at half a million. The tlon, and the mineralization the earth which unquestionably Ins talk modesty of dress and conduit to to meet, rue total iroiicu porphyry, with quartz stringers. An . . ,. .. AAA ....... A . amo nit," u present, is saiui to no ....-i9u,uu,- - t. ji.. a n....n t.tfv,. r,t M'.iiMiia .. rompilv figure is much too high,' it Is thought attractive feature IS tho evident con- ' dragged a lot of our young ;lrls Into her girl. If sho begins It in her eir-iii'iiu? $rn yduys she will not find her dangler a maelstrom of daredevlltry or sopat the nor- - for those parasites will be found In at the Labor Department. It con- tinuity of 000,000 counting francs free gold tho length and histication which belongs not to It not tains not only the number of men Idle mill' rato of exchange From this White's Cream Vermifuge. their ever the butt of a eoarso Joke or an width of the dyke, starting from the generation You can Ingrain nor to their years nor to Insulting remark. through no fault of their own, but may be subtracted whatover amounts only clears out the worms, but It cliperfulnss. Prlc tho number of men on strike, ob- gold pocket, from which specimens, of any world but tin1 one modesty In 11 child so thnt It will tipv-- '' "undercan secure from Gormany on stores health and County viously different conditions ot'unem-ploymen- t. 50 per cent were taken. er be forgotten. world.'1 Hut a mother fan-nthe indonmlty and reparations pay :i5c per bottlo. Sold by Ohio Dan Austin, a prospctor, said he do It by preaching alone. She hai Tho pity of tho whole thing Is that In ono case the unemmonts. At tho most, however the Drug Co. : stood on tho shoro of tho lake and do not know what to practice It herself. In the topsyployment Is Involuntary; In the other could soo tho oro body dipping into the you--'amount which Grmany will pay to ' roparation yK.l. EXTINCTION OF thoy are doing. They haven't lived turvy turning of today's events t H optional. on tho sliding Franco tin water showing free gold stnnding long enough to know tho matrimonial not an infrequent occurrenco to fmil The Government's census, lflt can out veiywhero. NOUTIIWEKT INDIANS senlo, will amount to between 6 and Going over the exEdmonton. Alta, Sept. 13 Indians bo avoided, Is not going to list a sin- posed section of the vein, ho claims market value of vlrfuo and Innocence a daughter trying to load motliP? 15 billion dollar. It Is probable that, even allowing for tho best In tho Near North are In danger of gle worked out on strike. Its nlm Is to havo seen freo gold In fairly regu- nor the beauty value of II. They can- back to the straight and narrow tj '' Franco can oxpect from Germany, her becoming an oxtlnct species unless to show onjy tho number of men who lar quantities from beginning to end. not know that tho Impression they of dross and conduct. Tho pendulum will swing bark i glv of having accumulated the entire dobt will remain in tho neighborhood measures aro taken by the province to are Involuntarily idle. of ho world Is fhe ono Impres of these days and all will be h'i'" To pay Intoros' safeguard them against contagious diIn making the survey, the depart- Chamberlain's Colic nmt Diarrhoea 110,000.000,000. of sion thoy should never ghe if they iiid n'ce along tho broad highway nn Hits. $. ono. 000. 000 a year wlil'bo seases. Dr. W. W. Moll, health In- ment's workers have obtained the Itomeily In .MIcIiIkuu. They required. France cannot raise $2.- - spector, declares In u report mado vlow of many business men. Mrs. A. H. Hall. Casevllle, Mich., want any one particular man to llkt but In the meantime, a lot of yoiim ''"I'1 000,000,000 u year for this purposo public today following a trip thru have reported that stocks are down says, "I wish to thank you for your tlirm or If thoy want to bo popular girls who mistake tho smart ai". ' to rock bottom, Many firms aro not grand, good medicine, Chainborlalu's with a number or young men friends. for tho smart and nice nre goluK " present methods of taxation. the Wabaskawa district. by her A friend rolutod nn Incident tho oe out In beauty comparison'- - ,0 i)r, mu urged regulations prohlb-e- t placing sizeable orders, however, on Colic and Diarrhoea ltomody. Wo nre Her total national income Is at pros-- 1 tepees tho rising market. Manufacturers, never without It In tho house, and I other day of a young girl with whom out getting nlco young men to left much more than 110 0i0,- - jtiiiK overcrowding In not f 000.000 a year. France Is not now m which two or more families fre-r- e anticipating good business, are add- am sure It saved our baby's llfo she is associated In business a sniurt them to altars, and, much to th Six this siimmor." enough bort of girl as fur us her chagrin, they aro going to dl-'attempting to pay the Interest guently uiv found, and urged that a ing to thoir forces modorately. months age the manufacturer with Mrs. Mary Carrlngton. Cnsovillo, w,"'k ls concerned. She told my frfend the girls thoy thought back num'" ' ou her entire debt and Is meeting detachment of mounted police bo nro going to '"' obligations by further bor, tlonod In the district to onforoe only n few orders would have closed Mich., says, "I havo used Chamber- - ,,f " conversation sho hnd with her and Now he Is going ahead and iHin's Colic and Dlarrhooa Iteinedy ,,oau whioli fairly bowled the older happily esconcod In homos aid h' r' regulations, down. rowings, of which $100,000 000 hss this and other health .... .. . ..1..I .. ...... ne He also nttaclied the government sending his salesmen nut; and- - t h ay for yoar3 and It has always glvuu Kin iivcr. mi. mom inumaio tiling ot the bettur man of that sex to h recently been fUutedln this country. were discussed. dlf- - ration Issue, declaring woman's ! prompt bending dsck orders. art of it had done ar: m Itard facts. It Is rollof." In vW'w of theI II, il Al.inV Sl.ili'iiicnl. "Suroly you cuunot talk things liko never loseu charm. see how ??uiu, can py tlif much to degrade tho Indians. Mnny- fieu't to (JET A DOZEN that over with a man to whom you Tho manufacturer of u nationally I norinous debt which she owes with- of them, he assorted, use the rations: Tho young housuwffo, looking very are not ongnged," my friend asked. rewirtlug to to;n form of confis- - ouly as stakes In gunibllng for prunos Known brnud of men's hats, for Just What Sho Needed ,iul "Oh. nil the girls do nowadays. land raisins which thoy use to brew stnnce. said today that ho had only pretty und workmanlike- in big, groon of pr.viie w.aith enough actual Ardors on hand to kesp overalls, was cloanlng out the nuntry Every follow will tell you that," was condition of Duly Is perhaps "hootch." "I used a bottlo of ChamberliinS "Tho cupboard. the reply. his plant going until Octobor 1. Tablets somo tinio ago nnd thoy prov)inwht more favorable than that "Dlckoy," sho called to her young My friend has a most succossful ed to "Will you ilose down thon?" he bo Just what I npeded," writea of Fmnce. but her requirements for husband. "I want you to bring mo a young, unmarried brother about 25 Mrs. Volta are was asked. Interest payments on her debt Italy Dnnkson. Chllllcotho, 5Io. roplfod. "In fast, w mouse-tra- p homo tomorrow." Sho asked him If there was anything "Thoy "Oh, no," ho not only rolloved mo of about $1,000,000,000 a year. "Hut, angel," cried the young man, to tho charge. Como to find out ho economically nro taking 011 n few more men. Wo For Infants and Children. in not so strons but toned up my llvor ;"l lmvo salesman out and we knw thnt "I brought you one home only yester- - knew this particular girl and answer-day.- " rid 1110 r utlnal Inconio Is In Use For Over of backncho and dizziness that Franco ami Years orders aro coming along soon. We ed his sister's query: It is very hard to see I had been subject much smallor. some time, Always bears "I know pet," called back tho "She's Just a plain bllnkotv blank Thnv illil .., ,. . to for will accumulate a stock if wo havo to . oan keep up hor lntrut ml t 1.1 the how Italy She's not bad, but 'will always but W0 aro going to ksep ruimlng." young bride, "but that ono 1ms a fool that girl paymonts under any system of taxa- - Signature of speak a good wort for ovon conhe's one ot these smart guys who them." And that is tho new spirit, says mouse in It." m tion now iu use without dobt-littrdenpay-inci- nt Repudiation Of Enormous say: War Debt Is Said To Be "Ono Grave Possibility. . nppeers aiderlng tho payment of tho princiARMY OF UNEMPLOYED" pal." From the dangerous Charybdls of NOW BEING REDUCED confiscation tho writer we nro quoting turns to the no less formidable Scylla of repudiation, between which the financial helmsmen of Kurops are Resumption Of Work In All finding It so difficult to steer. Ho Lines Is Giving Hope You'll enjoy the sport of rolling 'em with P. A.! FIRST papers that besides Prince c!t 1 i13ii? few can't If i ss It's i iXrWi.tallkSi ha -' h.ikmyLs&&& IB .jra ,S !ti2&gf mm W i ar 't . v 1 hi-- r :o 1 - dell-catul- y lur-su- lf l- , 4 r ! -- 1 l.ib-:lc- - one-roo- m ' nt . 1 CASTOFUA 30 && n 1 nomination for county court dirk, people aro out of work now becauso SHINNY ON YOUR SIDE anu i nat no sore spots to heal. I they choose to bo; their Idea Is that promise now that I shtill put forth WORLD MEETING It is bolter not to work at nil than to U. S. TELLS LEAGUE my very bpst effort to help to roll up JzrT? s. accept any reduction from war the blgget Republlcnn majority this fall that has over been given In Ohio At tho meeting of the FederaWet Contents 1571uid Drachm tion of Labor council Just held It camo ' Great Hope For Reunion Of out that about 750,000 'union mem- No Meddling By League SSTUv .lami-- A. Tate , . if?' &j Christendom is bers hnvo slopped paying their union wniio I w .lafnntmi i.v tho nations uri mis Dice r. i)in! For Infants and Children, dues. Many r.f tho unionists who arc row majority of 30 votes, 1 am now Warns Uncle Sam ii still nt woik are complaining because ready and willing to pledge my 5nS.2fc they aro being tnxeil to help carry whole-honrtc- d support to the entire on strikes; thua tho strikes "are a Republican ticket nt tho November it-London, Sept. 13 Croat hopos double drain on Industry. Washington, Sont. 12 The United vf i election. (or further ctepi In the fuolon of Is not willing to modify the But It Is likely that a large part of States Roy II. Fornian Moll.odlnm throughout the world, and the lx million "unemployed"' belong Monroe Doctrine and concede the at r.nimt.-- n PCn CENT. The ptople have expressed their VN for the ultimate reunion of nil AVciielaMcfrcparntionforAs to tho class of "war workers" and right of the League of Nations to in- will, and now femr it is our duty to get nvc cxpreiwod by delegates are terfere In disputes of the Western 7C7-similntin'ilhcrood by Rcgulanot regularly omployed as hthlnd the nominees and do for them uecE! nl.ondy here for the. Mothodlst Unil IhcS tomachs and Davre In other Hemisphere. In normal times. It Conference to he held from words they aro largely young girls This statement Is based on infor- what we rtiould hnvo wanted them to rwwvNVWT?,TTlTPiTd ,1Z a to 1(5 In Westmlnlistor, highest authority, do for us had we been the party's Suptunber T1fTi1l"TI nnd older people who were drafted mation from tho ' llrltlih Methodism has still far togo ftom tho farms mid homes into bu- flatly contradicting reports from Ge- nominees. Thereby rromoUnPfecsfe1 riiPorfiiinpMidRcst.Contains Wlnsdti Smith In this rcspict, altho since' the meet- siness positions during the wnr, ut neva, whero tho League yesterday enThi will of the people should bo ing if the Inst Ecumenical in England high 'saVrlcs, and whoso servlcesr.re gaged In a heated debate over Its the will of all. Dofented? Yes, but contwenty years ago, one greut Btep to- now being dispensed with for the sim- right to rcjpon the Tacna-Arlc- -i winerni, i u 2- -The will of the peotukon, when the ple renfcon thnt they aro not worth troversy between Chile and Bolivia not disgruntled. jhcrordDiSjmnmsm ward unlly ha ple should be1 the will of all, and I ws-sIn vlow of tho Monroe Doctrin. Mithodist Krcc Church, the Bible what they cost. Senna Official Washington Is puzzled by hereby pledge unhesitating support (!h.iti:ns mid the Methodist Now trcAMSaltt been hns President Harding nisti'tri reports to tho effect that tho Bolivian to each of the nominee's of tho reConnexion Joined together as the 'linking n close study of this whole &.&& delegation made tho statement that cent primary. Outside United Methodist Church. hannStM situation nnd he proposes to call a assur- Sep T. Wlllliim. ftenfirJSiisar of tl there lire mill the Wesluynns, special conference to go Into tho mat-'e- r. It had received satisfactory IfoUrjrrtntknr I hold no malice toward any one the Primitive Methodists, both Tho purpose Is to try to enlist ances that the United States would A f.ntnftil Remedy for gave his support to any one of bodies, find other varieties". It capital and labor and see If arrange- not regard tho reopening of the who ConslipnlionnndDlarThDea.; l nffalr by the League as my opponents and, my belief in the not mipobIl)lc thnt this conference ments cannot be mndo tindor which Tacna-Arlc- a n,i Wrishness anil Wcslyans, our Republican party not being measured may Fee the fusion of the industries can be resumed moro Incompatible with tho Monroe Doc Tnccnr Sleep by personal success, I shall be found Primitives and Uniteds, as negotia- on a normal footing. At present the trine. resuttinhereffoinlnfa11 Inquiry will bo made to ascertain doing whatever I can for the ticket's tions which have been In progress for basic industries are stagnnnt and the exact language of the Bollvinn election in November. are said to be proceeding eoiiio time In almost ev6ry lino Is dull. vrisfi.ctorl!y But there Is nevertheless a general dolegntlous' statement, and when the M. V. SrliniiidiT I want to say that I am profoundInformation Is received the States DeUnity, In any case, vMll be a watch feeling of optimism. The federal word of the conference-- . NEWJxyiii officials throughout the coun- partment may see fit to issue a state- ly thankful to the nearly 600 voters A bwslon In to be devoted to 'Chris-tlo- n try report that conditions are steadi- ment defining tho American position who expressed themselves for me for Unity' and Sir Kobert Parks. ly Improving. The banks are full of on the question of submitting New county court clerk, and in concluHurt., will apeak oa "Methodist money. Tljore Is nothing like a, pan-- '. World disputes to the League which sion I wnnt to urge all of my friends Sir Need." a National Unli.:. There Is no starvation or suffcr-!n- the United States has refused to en- to get behind the entire Republican W'esleyan layticket and help, the boys win in No(Scorg.i Smith .another Tho crops nre beginning to ter It Is noted, hero with satisfaction vember. Exast Copy of Wrapper. man, linn promised to give an nddrew novo and though prices will mostly THI ctHT.uw eowtWY. NIW1COT on "The Spiritual Essentials of Uni- he low a largo amount of money Is that some delegates nt the League J. E. Mitchell n I accept the will of the majority, ty" and lr. Scott Lldgott on th-going to bo turned looso nnd distri- sessoln are pointing to article twenty- and shall freely do nil In my power Christondom." g ;oni' of the Loaguo Covonnnt, which of buted. People however aro consoiv-Inwhat they have and are buying 'was writtun in at the last moment in for the success of the entire ticket. Ki'iTptlim To 1MB MBB Hiitiously; the spending spree Is ov- rosponso to demands from the Unltort M. A. Eniliiy of the biggest sodI functions Ono I bow to the mandate of the peoStjtos for protection of the Monroe 13 at the er. h tht dinntr on September ple. Their will be done. Thankinp Doctrine. , o Hotel Cecil, when the British dele- For the league to take up tho Tacna-- vou again for past favcrs nnd hoping gatr entertain the overseas visitors. How's This? Arlca dispute would bo to ac for the success of the party In Novem-- 1 We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward knowledge the Sonato's unl r the clialrmunchlp of Sir Walcontention biT, I atsure you I will be found dofor nny case of Catarrh that cannot be Over 700 Methodists are cured by ter thnt Article 21 was a mere piece of ing what I can. Hall's Cntarrh Medicine. expected to be present on this occaHall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken empty phraso-splnnln('ml M. Til) lor sion. On the previous day a rocp-tlo- n by cntnrrh sufferers for tho past thirty-flv- o The Hartford Republican has made a special Although was defeated I hold no It Is expected thnt considerable poyears, and has become known as tho Is to be given to the paternal most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's will go on at malice against any one who saw fit litical speech-makin- g clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial delegate!' to the conference. Those Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on tho league sessions from time to time, to support any of my opponents. I am Poithe Mucous surfaces, expelling Appeal by which we will furnishVjoth papers for one who h.ne already accepted invita- son from tho Wood an J healing the nnd the American Government has no a Republican from principle, and not the portions. tions InWude the Bishop of Chelms-ffctyear for the low price of 'Intention of making a practice of an- for office, and I will be found doing After ynu have tnken Hall's Catarrh I)r Clifford, the Rev7R. C. Me4l-lnfor a short time you will see a swering officially or unofficially, all all I can for the party's ultimate sucM A., presldont of the National rrat Improvement In vour ceneral henlth. Start tiiklnc Hall's Cntnrrli Mrill- - the statements thnt delegates may cess. Fren C'huith Council, anil Ur. S. rlnc at onrc and ret rid of catarrh. Send utter in the heat of debate. GiMirgf1 I. Jones Pnrke.i Cadman, minister of the for testlmiomnia tree. T a While I failed, I freely bow to the J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Church, Brooklyn Congregational Sold by all DruESlstn. 75c. I Surgeons hgreo that In cases of edict of the people and pledge my v. ho was formerly connected with tho Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the best effort for the success of the enAmerican Methodists and comes ol The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest first treatment Is most important. tire Republican ticket In Novemher. reKngish Methodist stock. At this When an efficient antiseptic Is appli- Male ii I). Ikllln and best papers in the South and we hope to receive ception Mr. Walter Runclman will 1 The Judgment of the majority Is ed promptly the'ro Is no danger of many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and preside. Infection and tho wound begins to supreme and to that decision I cheerOnly one gathering has been ar- I seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in once. For uso on man or fully submit, and now promise my heal at ranged, this tlmo at Wesley's Chapol, beast, Borozono Is tho ideal antisep- unstinted effort in behalf of each of your subscription now. Don't delay. By JONATHAN BRACE City Bond tho cathedral of Methodtic and healing agents. Buy It now the nominees of our party, and conIs to ism when the official sermon XXV. ARKANSAS and be ready for an emergency. fidently look forward to the success bo preached thero by tile Rev., S. P Sold by of the entrre1 ticket at the November Price 30c, COc and $1.20. ARKANSAS Wesley-n- n &r$ri!t Rose, D. I)., professor In the ' m election. Ohio County Drug Co. College, Montreal. Tho Bev. J. after the history. The name has the great ad- - began to divide." Edinburgh Scots-vantaa Tichenor Worth n river which Alfred Sharp, president of the of brevity. It Is Interwoven man. I am perfectly free from malice STANDING THE ACID TEST flows diagonConference, will preside. toward any one1 who saw fit to sup- with history and spiritual associa- ally through Wide Riiiikc of Subjects. In a government like ours political port my opponents, and pledge my tiona which have been built Into the LIGHT, HEAT Alfo POWER this state and TO HE DRAWN FROM SUX Subjects selected for dlhcussion Is one of the parties are necessary public agencies very best efforts for a big majority very fiber of the people. As far as , chief tributaries of the Missiscovor a wido fiold. The Rev. F. Fluke for registering tho will of the peoplo for all the nominees at the final the appendix which we have main-sippi. It Is said that the early of talned since 1914, is concerned, who j The next great achievement Wiseman, U. A., is to Introduce the Out of such necessity conies the virtue election. settlers found In this territory, of the survey of Methodist work thruout the has not long since come to the. con- - science will bo utilization of party loyalty, and the acid test of John T. King on Indian tribe named Arkansas, world since the laBt conference. Dr such loyalty comes with a primary , 1 have only the kindest feeling to- elusion thnt it has lost its importance sun's rays to provide light, heat and but tho actual incuning of the of T. Davison, nnother defeat. Defeat at the hands of one's ward all of my opponents. I will be and is, to say the least, superfluous?" power. word Is not known. It probably W. C. Everett, head of the South-- j This prediction was made by Dr. tho Wesloyan Conference, who has own party is under all circumstances behind every nominee and will do all has some relation to the word already attended three previous condisappointing and, to sensitive per- I can for the success 'of the Republi- ern Methodist Publishing House at Arthur D. Little, Boston, in an ad Kansas. There has been much of ten Dallas, Tex., puts himself on record dress nt the mternaioinai conven ferences, held ut Intervals confusion as to the correct prosons humiliating. In excusing such can parity In November. x as favoring the name, "The Metho- tion of chemists. nunciation of Arkansas. To reyears, Is to speak on "Tho Present a result the victim involuntarily mag- Harnett Ij. TInsley move this as fur as possible a According to Dr. Little, tho sun In a recent Issue of a I urge all to Join for the success dist Church." and Prospects of Evangelical Position nifies real or fancied grievances, and resolution was passed by the HIm special subject will Religion." requires courage to line up in the of Mr. Hudson whom the majority religious weekly ho says:- - "I am In alone is worthy of scientific investiMute senate in 1881 which speci"Tho Authority of the Bible." Unbo front ranks for the defense of his thought best to honor. I accept the hearty sympnthy with the suggestion gation as a 3ourxo of energy. fied that the true pronunciation will of the majority and will do all that we change the name of our He rejected wind, waves and tides. der tho same heading Dr. A. 8. Peako successful opponent. wjis n Primof Manchester, tho Following tho recent Ohio county In my power for the success of tho church to "The Methodist Church." I He said he presumed chemistry would Originally Arkansas was a nm In favor of leaving off all the play an important part in harnessing itive Mothodlst scholar, is to glvo an part of the Louisiana Purchase. primary It Is gratifying to Republi entire ticket. Stately, stilted trimmings and simply solar rays to supplant the dwindling Its first settlement' was made by address on "Modorn Biblical Criticans generally, and especially to SHE KNEW THE SYMPTOMS the French ubout 1085. Except call It what it Is. That simple short supplies of coal, petroleum and other cism." their friends who are interested in announced the new name, I believe, .would appeal to "Madam," for the few years during which sources of energy. Apart from theological and Moththeir future to seo practically all of by secret treaty It was ceded to "your husband Is lying unconAttacking tho contention that labor and make it much easier for odlst subjects, Mr. Walter Runclmn. tho defeated candidates making pub- maid, Spain, It remained under French In the reception ball with a us all." Is the great producer of energy, Dr. who Is a lay officer in tho Wesloyan lic pledge through the columns of scious Unirule, until purchased by the mm Llttlo assorted that a few men wltht ; Methodist Church, will speak on "Tho this paper to loyally support the large box beside him and crushing a ted States In 1803. For nearly brains could apply scientific princiand the Pcaco of tho World;" Church nominees, and calling upon their paper In his hand." ten years after this, It was a WITH THE FUNNY FOLKS "Ah", cried the mistress in ecstasy, ples to accomplish what mere muscle part of Louisiana territory. With Sir Walter Essex on "National Expefriends to do likewise. diency and Idealism," and Mr. Arthur the admission of the State of That these worthy Republicans "my new hat has come!" Houston Brevity could not do.' Piedmont Oreenvllle Louisiana in 1812 this northern "Hydraulic dqviccs," he said, "enHenderson, M. P., who Is a Wesloyan may receive full measure of credit Post. seems to bo the soul of stylo as well able ono man to operate the locks of section was formed Into the Mls- on the "Human Needs of layman, for the commendable stand they have METHODISTS MAY ABBREVIATE as wit. souri territory, in jbiu mere I the Panama Canal, and the Desert of Modorn Industry." taken we reproduce excerpts from THE TITLE OF THEIR CHURCH wuh snowier partition anu ArSahara, with its, 6,000,000 square conference will bo hold In tho reThe their card pledges which have kansas territory was created, a kilometers of area, receives dally Karmer Tamson I've bought Central Hall. Westminister, a comcently appeared in this paper. which included the present state Nashvlllo, Tenn., Sept. 10 With baiomctcr, Mafy, ter tell when It's solar energy equivalent to that of 6,- modious meeting place opposite Westand what later was called IndHm I. S. Mason the general conference, the supremo goin' ter rain, yo know. of tho 000,000,000 tons of coal. . territory. minister Abbey. The floor The choosing Is over, and It is now Mrs. Tamson To , tell when 'it's "Tho world awaits tho genius who Due to. the reports of. an early I tho duty of every Republican to voto authority of the church, less than a will accommodato the delegates hall year off, Southrn Mthodtsts of this goin' ter rain! Why, I nlvor beerd explorer named i'lke, who visited and special visitors, of whom thoro party section are manifesting much Interest o' such extravagance. What do yo will convert radlent energy Into electhe ticket, not for men. The this region In 1800, the Incortric current. will ho creat numbers, and tho gal- Is greater than any man. In some of the items slated for the suppose th good Lord' hez give yo th' rect Idea was generally accepted persons, will bo "Since coal must remain for genlorles, seating 1,000 O. N. Stewart that most of the expause of agenda of that body, which will meet rheumatism fcr?" London Ideas. erations our chief energy resource, open to the public. plains east of "tho Rockies was I accept the verdict of the peoplo In Hot Springs, Ark., May, 1922. tho lino of progress parallels tho bet- a vust desert. This idea perand shall cheerfully enter the Ono stop which Is being widely adA preacher, reforrlng to this sum-- , ter utilization of coal." sisted to such an extent that as A' trenches, not only for my successful vocated, by McthddlBtu through tho mcr'B drouth, .told his hearers of a , m lato as 1850 the western plains opponent, but for tho entire ticket. FOR FLETCHER'S prebu and from tho pulpit is the cortaln deacon who fervently prayed ULAD TO MEET HER were called lu the, school geogchange of nnmo from Methodist Epis- for rain six days and ulghts. At last I V, A. Matthews raphies "Tho Great Aiuerlcun Several tho rain came. It foil In torrents, Desert." Adventurous settlers, Church, South. Visitor (at private hospital): "Can I feel assured that my friends will copal especially from tho South, found TO HELP JOBLESS Join mo In doing everything In our changed havo been suggested, but the drowned two or his best cows and I seo Lieutenant Barker, pleaso?" CAMPAIGN conditions In Arkansus quite othpower for tho election of Mr. Black, name which at tho presont time seomn washed tho foundations from under Matron: "Wo doot allow ordlua-hl- s erwise, howovcr, and by 1838 to bo most popular, should tbcro bo n ry visiting. May Iask If you aro n of houso. and tho entire Republican ticket. stntoment of The Arkunsus was admitted us the , chango, Is "Tho Methodist Church." Msick Cook Afterwards tho resentful deacon rclatlvo?" twcnty-Ilft- h state of tho Union labor thnt nearly six million people Visitor (boldly): "Oh yes, I'm hla The majority of the voters saw fit A. R. Hudderar of Union Hrldgo, Md., wont about saying that "ho'd a good employmnt in this country uu urea of 63,385 square with are out of ui to commission another, yet I am the in writing to tho Ilalltinoro Christian mind to keep quiet an' Jest let Provl- - Bister." miles. lias caused ciulto u shock. This wcuM The natural resources of the Matron:1 "Well, well, I'm vory one out of every five snnio Republican as before and stand Advocate of the proposed ahange, has donco run tho weathor to suit itself." liican that about stutu ure considerable. There glad to meet you, I'm his mother." ready and willing to give whatever this to say In favor of ndoptlug tho peoplo woro not lifting a aro tho mineral springs of me- 1 aid I may bo ablo to render" to tho name "Tho Mothodlst Church." "Dlckoy," aald his mother, "when provide themselves or anyono hand to dicinal vuluc, which liavo been By tho time an Immigrant gets "1 do not bollevo a moro sultablo you divided those flvo caramels with cntiro ticket. olso a living, nnd that tho other four placed under governmental to tho:climate he begins to nnmo nan bo found, a name that Is your sister, did you glvo her three?" M. F. Cliuuiley work that much lurdor are having to Hot Springs. hordes- - of aliens I am the same sort of Republican moro significant, one that baa any ( "No, ma. I thought they wouldn't by McCluro Nawipaper Syndicate.) on that account. for the deeper meaning and a more glorious como out even, so I ate one 'foro I coming In. Baltlmoro Sun. I was before I announced have to bo Bui all such ftatlstlca METHODISTS IN Ink on with a grain of salt. A lot of time-wage- ggaivf?r A fu.t-tV.- tv Of;, CASTOH Genuine Castoria . " i HI mm C ASTO RIA Mothers Know Ilia Chrls-tondoi- n, ;a iai wngo-earnc- rs al It Always Eears the Signature )fx jr $ bn nt W ffi Use For Over re-cr- Thirty Years g. "IU-unio- I)oI-gnt- Kh--- g- a tii&ii yrrii $1.75 dls-eaf- d. GU-ll- n, n The Story of Our States I ge Wes-loyn- .'' well-know- Children Cry CASTOR A I I , V ablo-bodl- ., i o cou-trol- worry-about-th- Report of the condition of The quary, but nevertheless and notwithstanding wo suggest that hencoforth Bank Of Hartford nnd hereafter the Tlmos provide n doing business at the town of Hartchnptrone for Mr. Harris when he ford, County of Ohio, State of Published Weekly by COJIPANY sallies forth at night. Kentucky, at the dote of RTFORD PRINTING Incorporated business on Gth day pi Is reported that German thought It Sept. 1921. Is turning strongly townrd a monW. 8. TINSLKV, Killtor government. Such n condiarchal RESOURCES iinil Business Manngcr. tion Is not unexpected. The Germnn Loans and Discounts . . . J99.0C3.11 by tradition and practice people nro Entered according to law at the a monarchical people who undertook Overdrafts, secured and Tcmtofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall 1,237.511 unsecured a Republican form of government, Stacks, Donds aa-t- ter of the second class. and other not from a conviction that It was betC6.2-.Securities 00 r tc tor suited to German national devel- Due from Unnks Address all communfcatlons 25.88fi.03 opment, but out of deference to world .Tho Hartford Republican. Cash on hand S.93S 60 sentiment. Ranking House furniOTlCE TO SUBSCRIBERS 7jk ture and fixtures . . 4,500.00 There Is a disposition on the part Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a sew address must give the old of many people to fault the public $495,S75.24 Totnl officlals,w;th law violations occurring Address In making tbo request. LIABILITIES ,.,-Capit- al rVUnslness Locals and Notices 10c In tbplr nclRhbofhods. Such an atStock paid In, In per line, and 8c per lino for each ad- titude Is unjust to the officers. It ditional insertion. $ 40,000.00 cash Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards la the duty of the officials to punish Surplus Fund 25,000.00 of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for crime but not to play detective. It Eroffts, le.s 'each head lino and signautre, money Is the duty of such citizens to make Undivided expenses and taxes paid 2,111.30 Jn Advance. Church Notices for services free, affidavit to the commission of the Deposits subtat other advertisements, lc per crimes complained of, since the courts ject to check ?20S,950.91 word. can proceed to punish only when fur- Time Dewill nished evidence. Anonymous communications posits $174,S13.03 383,703.94 receive no attention. Other Liabilities not In"Oscar W. Underwood, appointed cluded under nny of TELEPHONE by President Harding a member of above heads, bonds bor59 Farmers Mutual disarmament conference, was a the 45,000.00 rowed steadfast supporter of the Treaty of Versailles and the League, and alTEJLBEU 10 FRIDAY. $495,S75.24 Tota 1 though he had the GOOD SENSE to State of Kentucky) party should have acceptrealize his REPUBLICAN TICKET ed under protest the Lodge reserva- County of Ohio )Sct. ) tions, etc." No, this grant of credit We, Rowan Holbrook and C O. to Senator Underwood for having Hunter , Vice President and Cashier better sense than the former presi- of the above named Bank, do iolemn-l- y dent is not n fling of a Wilson-hatin- g swear that above strtenient Is but an ex- true to the bestthe our knowledge and Republican newspaper, of cerpt from an editorial in Saturday's belief. Louisville Times. ROWAN HOLBROOK, Vice Pres , trhc Hartford Republican WE ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF C FALL GOODS CONSISTING OF Dresses, Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Sweaters, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes And a large assortment of Ladies' and Children's Hats. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and give us a look. Tor Circuit 3iulgc CAUDE For Commonwealth's Attorney E. SMITH Cleric 0 R. W. SLACK FRANK BLACK, IRA JONES R. R. WEDDING E. G. IJARRASS ' HItri For Circuit Court C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. Association is The Subscribed and sworn to beforo me a useful and helpful agency in the this 15th day of September 1921. may improvement of the schools, but C. M. CROWE, N P.. we inquire If the members of the My Commission expire. Feb. Sth, duty Association are doing their full 1922. by giving toward Correct Attest: first attention to the home training C. O. HUNTER, of their children? It is a commendaROWAN HOLBROOK, ble exercise of public spirit to Indulge , R. E. LEE SIM?.IEIWN, an active Interest In one's neighbor's Directors. chlldien. but the most fruitful effort am is the toward school-makin- g Report of the condition of The with the school faculty by InParent-Teacher school-up-bulldl- prices. You-wilbe you see the quality you are in need of high-clasdependable merchandise, at a reasonable cost, we can supply your wants. We have always stood for quality and service. ar Our Ready-to-Westyle, excellent back to pre-wsurprised when and prices. If ar is of the latest quality, and almost l s, lor Representative For County .Indue For County Court Clerk For County AttorurjFor Sheriff OTTO C. MARTIN G. A. RALPH For Tax Commissioner ROY KEOWN For Jailer NATHANIEL HUDSON For Coroner W. A. HIMES County Surveyor For C. S. MOXLEY For J. P. O. C, District No. 1 ' J.,P. McCOY District No. a FELIX SHAVER District No. 3 Q. B. BROWN District No. 4 ' J. R. MURPHY District No. G J. W. GRAY District No. O MACK MARTIN District No. 7 J. W. TAYLOR District No. 1 ' L. J. PICKEREL Constable, District No. For R. H. BASHAM 7 i" Russia has paid a terrible price for the experiment, but her example has .set socialism back a hundred years. ' Imme- Whatever disappointment 'dlately followed the primary, the situation has rapidly cleared up and tta county ticket ylll win with the wmnal majority. .Perhaps It was due to our friendly ,' i admonition, but more probably to the" .remand of the Democratic candidates, that Grandsonny "Neophyte," of the Harvard" Herald, Js politically as suite as. a mouse this week. - i ibid on Associated Press report says demonstrations by the unemployed arc being held in many English cities and violence resorted to, but whether It Is due to the talis failure of the United States to join tin; League of Nations or to the Ford-ne- y Tariff law. to-sa- y v -- ' I Why should our formor allies In Kurope insist upon putting tbo United platen under bonds with the League ot Nations to come to their rescue when threatened by autocracy, with so recent an example of thlB govorn-joent'voluntary performance of that high moral duty? H LIABILITIES Stock paid in, $ in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check $3G3, 876.97 Time De- posits f 299,901.64 Other Liabilities not in- -. ' ' included under any of Guy Faught of CrorawelL was ar3,466.44 above heads by Sheriff JJratcher rested Tuesday and Deputy Tlchenor on a charge of $750,741.29 Total obtaining money under ' false pretense. The officers brought the ac- State of Kentucky) )Sct. . cused man to Hartford, where he was put under bond to answer to the County of Ohio ) We, John H. Barnes and C. P. Ausgrand Jury at Its next sitting. The arrest was made on complaint of a tin, President and Cashier of the Mrs. Dennis and Thomas Wallace of above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is Cromwell. true to the best of our knewledge and of the According to statement Faught approached them belief. JNO. H. BARNES, President, ago with ,a request to ensometime C. P. AUSTIN, Cashier. dorse a bank note to the amount Subscribed and sworn to before me oth$1200, representing that certain er securities would also sign the note this 12th day of Sept. 1921, FRANK BARNES, N. P.' before it was presented to the bank My Commission Expires Jany. 19, for discount. Faught furthr represented to the complainants, according 1924. to thir statement, that he had con- Correct Attest: C. P. AUSTIN, Director. tracted for a tract of land and would t pay the money borrowed on the purADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE not chase money, and that he did All persons having claims against pay the money on land but spent it the estate of Joel G. Sapp, deceased, otherwise. will please- present same properly proven to J. W. Hale, Fordsvlllo, Ky., PUBLIC SPEARING Judge R. W. Slack and Common- -, within ninety days from this date. H. C. SAPP, AdmrT, wealth's Attorney C. E. Smith will ad Estate J. G. Sapp, deceased. of dress the public in the interest 10t3pd at the Sept. 2 1921. their candidacy for . following places on., the date and at HORSES AT. AUCTION At 1 p. the hour indicated:., Sept. 21 at m., Monday, Sept. 10, near ttio Mngan, Wcdnesdny, Court House square Hartford, 7:30 p. m. Sunnydale, Thursday, Sept. 22, at Ky., I will offer for hula to tho highest bidder two match black 7:30 p. ra. Halzctoun, Friday, Sept. 23, at horncs. Work anywhere you wish to lilU'h them. Termn made known on 7:30 p. m, Centertown, Saturday, Sept. 24, at day of Hale. For further information wo A. C, YEISEH, Auctioneer, Hart-for2 p. in. Ky. Ilt2pd Kockport, Saturday, Sept 24, at Capital 'com-plalnatd, always simmering, has boiled over again and cast up "Fatty" Arbuckle The with the scum. spittoon cleaner Is in a San Francisco Jail on a charge of having outraged a female star who died from injuries received at the hands of her drunken assailant. From the days of the Roman ballet immorality has followed the stage. Drunkenness, divorce and adultery have attended It with a fatal persistency, but it remained for the vulgar Arbuckle, if guilty, to startle the world with a story of a brutal rape resulting in murder. There are many good people In th'e picture and vaudeville casts but still the stage is a mighty good place for parents to keep their daugh-er- s away from. mm CKOMWELL MAS TO ANSWER FALSE PRETENSE. CHARGE Dam Deposit Bank dustrious and painstaking training Beaver doing business at the town of 1 if r of the children by their parents at Dam, county of Ohio, Stitb of home. Kentucky at the close of !a siness on Gth da of , of movie star scandal, The kettle Sept. 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . . .$ 11S.5CC.S3 Overdrafts, secured and 1,392.50 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities 23S.303.2C Duo from Banks CS.025.5S 23,150.12 Cash on hand Banking House, Furni1,300 00 ture and fixtures. . . Total BROS COOPERKentucky. Beaver Dam, regular September term 1921, no'L is hereby glven'that on Tuesday N ' vember S, 1921, same being the r.RU-lar election day, a poll will be open-ed for the purpose of ascertaining, the will of the legal voters residing -- cp 1 1 Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! When Cleaned and Pressed on the Hoffman Sanitary ,..$750,741.29 in Pond Run A'oting Precinct No ?7, j upon the following question: "Are; ' k you in favor of making It unlawful 25,000.00 for cattle or any species thereof to highways 50,000 00 run at largo on the public lands of Pond Run and uninclose Voting Precinct, No. 37?" S, 496. 24 Given under my band, this 9th day ot September, 1921. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, Cleik Ohio Co.. Court 663,778.61 12t4 Report of the condition of The NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES Steam Press. Wo have the best equipped and most cleaning and pressing establishment in this section of tho state. Prompt and first-clas- s Special attention given to parcel post urvice guaranteed. packages. We give service and all work guaranteed. 24-ho- CITIZENS' BANK doing business at the town of Hartford, county of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at tho close of business on Cth day of Sept., 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ;.'.$ 72,001.36 Stocks, Bonds and other 25,615.00 Securities 24,364.98 Due from Banks 6,604. 88 ;.. Cash on hand Checks and other Cash- 1,361.23 items Banking House, Furnl 500.00 ture and Fixtures . . Total OUR PRICES Clcauwi and I'rMisciI MEN'S LIST Men's Suits (2 piece) Men's Suits (3 piece) Ovorcoats, medium Overcoats, heavy and long LADIES' LIST Dresses, plain Dresses, with drape Dresses, fancy Coat SuItB, plain Coat Suits, with drape Skirts, pleated Coats, long Velvet Suits Steamed Waist, fancy . '..... $1.75 . . . . $1.50 $1.50 $1.75 $1.50 $1.75 $2.25 si, 50 .'.'..$1.00 up jj.bo H '...'.'.'".'.".'.'.'. $1.75 $3, 00 .7& '....130,447.45 "LIABILITIES .( Capital Stock paid in,' $ 25,000.00 in cash "... Surplus Fund 12,500.00 Undlvide'd Profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 1,186.35 '"i" Deposits sub- - ' '"' Ject to check $86,191,51' ' '' Time De- posits 5,569.59 91,761.10 ......... SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO., RHODES & LONG, prop. Leitchfield, Kentucky,, " Total' ...,..! State 'of Kentucky) )8cf. 1130,447,45 Chevrolet Prices! F. B. Touring F. B. Roadster :. 490 Touring 490 Roadster 490 Light Delivery Truck .' L'.' Tbo LouUville' Time, insl.tn that Overton Harriss, Democratic nominee fur mayor of that city, la too "nice" a man to be caught spooning in the jiJKbt shadows of au abandoned rock- - County of Ohio ) We, J, C. Riley and R. R. Riley, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, 'do solemnly swear that tho above statement' is true to the b'ept of our knowledge and belief. J. C. RILEY, President. R. R. Riley, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me ' this 13 day of Sept., 1921,-- ' 7:30 p. m. W. S. TINSLEV, N. P. NOTIC1J Everyone, regardless of political .My Commission expires. Feb. 28, affiliation, is Invited and requested to W. D. Hohortson, et al., 1922. n. Ndtlco. bo prpbcnt. Ladleu especially invitS. A. BRATCHER, Stock Law Election in Pond Hun ed.. F. M. Hocker, Voting Precinct, No. 37. W. JS., T1NS.LBY, Ch'm'n. , M. L. HEAVKIN, Pursuant to a judgment rendered M. F. CRUMLEY, Secy., Directors. Republican Campaign Committee. by the Ohio County Court, at Its . J. . . . $975.00 975.00 525.00 525.00 525.00 ... v.t . . . : ; ' All prices f. o. b. Factory. ....... .1..... Taylor & Morris Motor Co. Hartford, Ky. Call o the Republican for Fiuo Job Printing. xrl Mr. t! 1b S unending week ,A Mr Amoi Cnrson who has been Whnlon, of Owensboro, the Fair horo this troubled for several days w'lh an Infected' toe Is all O. K. "ZEe It W!" Pay You! Your time will be well spent, and your pocketbook will escape a big' loss if you come direct to us for your FALL COAT, COAT SUIT, or DRESS. Every week adds new models and new fabrics, while Mrs. J, H Thomns, who has been Miss Llla Glenn, of Central City! spent the week-en- d hero with her attending tho sick bed of her brothparent, Judge nnd Mrs. I. S. Olenn. er, Mr. Itedford Dean at Narrow, will return to her home In Louisville Mrs Sumner Mil! and children Snturdny. of Owentiboro, wIIK spend this wuck-en- d Miss Salllo Harris Bean of Akron, with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Gilles "" Ohio, and Miss Bcsslo Morton pie. of LouIrvIIIo, arrived hero Wednesday Mrs. Robert Uonnett and small to snond several days tho guest of daughter of Chrlsman, 111., aro visit- relatUos. ing Mr. nnd Mrs. II. I). Bennett this week. jj Mrs. Mlnnlo Wedding Lee returned to her homo hero Sunday from OwMr. John King has rented rooms onslioro whore she has been visiting over the store of Luther Leach on relatives nnd attending the fair for Main street and will occupy them several days. soon. Mr. Joo H. Helcher, wife nnd baby of Butler County, were the guests Mr? A. C PorUr was a guec of of Mr. Helchcr's brother, Mr. Fred the family of her uncle, Mr. Bryart several Wilhlte, nt Calhoun, the first of the Helcher nnd Mrs. Belcher dajs this week. week i'"4 i workmanship, linings and materials are much nicer than last season the prices are much lower. returned from have been residing nt Youngstown, Oklahoma Tuesday to spend some Ohio., for the past few months arrivtime with her mother, Mrs. Jennie ed here Tuesday to spend several Miss Helena Miller Mr. and Mrs. Goebel Crowe, who Miller. weeks with rolativcs. We are featuring a special value this week in Coat Suit and Dress actual value $30.00, Our Special Price, S25.00. Be fair to yourself and your home merchant before buying. When you investigate you will find styles correct, and a saving of $5.00 to $10.00. Miss Salllo Shults will leave Sun Mrs. G. 1J. Likens nnd Master day for Howling Green where she will Frank, of Washington, D. C, have enter tho Western Kentucky Normal returned to their home, after spendSchool. ing several days in Hartford' and the vicinity Islting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cousins of La Center, were tho guests Wednesday, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. B. Hancock, of and Thursday of Miss Mildred Steven Leitchfleld, have rented the Ford son, City. property on Mill street, which was recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop and C. Bennett and will move here soon. son David, Mrs. Stevo Kills and Miss Tiny. Veiser motored to Owensborol Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Boles are the Monday. baby proud parents of a girl, born Tuesday, Sept. 13. Mr. Mrs. W. A. Franklin of flalhoun i Boles. Is the proprietor of the new arrived here yesterday to spend th. barber' shop In the old Hartford week-en- d the guest of Mrs. M. O House. ten-pou- There a Belding Silk For Every Purpose. is y L''.ttt. , ' ,r . i A.' ", Mr. Douglas Williams will leave Sunday for Chicago, whero he will enter the University of Chicago. Mr. Williams will pursue his studies towards a degree In Comnierco and Finance.. -- Graig and children of Mrs Grain's sister Illinois, visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gastineau and son, Mrs Potter of this place, scleral days Hewie, nnd Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Clutts . this week.' and gem, Arthur and daughter, May of Pike county, are guests this week Tho Wobbltes, a peculiar religious of Mr. and Mrs. Moiris Chumley, of g at 01a-- ( sect, will hold a McHenry. ton beginning today nnd continuing until Sunday. Mr. P. M. Perkinson, state high Mm iiii i'irrBMBirMBgrwWTWBBrTBBrT8BTff1?fTirttifrrTniylirTOTffn way engineer on the Hartford-Owens-bor- o Messrs Park Taylor and Ernest road leaves today on a bhort Morris, made a trip to Cincinnati vacation spent at Lexington and I Mr. and Mrs Alvey Tlchenor and Sunday, returning Tuesday with two The Hartford Republican eon Powell, motored to Owensboro now Chevrolets. Berea. Ho will return tu his work mm next week. Monday. SEPTEMHEIt 10 . FRIDAY In the market for eggs and We are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heel have takMiss Anna U. Her of Owensboro. poultry every day in the year. Highen rooms with Mrs. Emma Acton on week-en- d here with est cash prices paid. is spending the Clay street. Mr. Heel succeeds Mr. . . relatives. PERSONAL NEWS W. E. ELLIS & BRO. J. C. Bennett as local representative AND SOCIAL EVENTS for tho Tennessee National Life and of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hancock Work continues slack at the coal Accident Insurance Company. Mr. Pink Ftntieb of Barretts Ter- Leitchfleld, are visiting relatives here mines in the county, and tho 1C00 i this week. ry, was In tow i. Monday. miners average no more than two Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop of this days work a week. place and TUr. and Mrs. eon Bishop to LouisMr. Chester Leach went Rye nnd Grass Seed for sale by of Centertown, returned to Hartford ville Tuesday morning to attend tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. John Glenn of Torre Haute, Wednesday night from Russellville, State Fair. Ind., arrived here Wednesday to be whero they had gone to witness the the guest of his brother, Judge J. S. opening of the fall term of Bethel Mr. Fonza Mldklff of Sulphur Miss Lillian Taylor of Waco, Tox-a- s, Glenn for several days. Springs was in town Tuesday. College. was a guest of Mrs. O. T. Burn& Jar-go- e Misses Thelma and Emma Lee Mrs. A. G. Porter is spending tho yesterday and today. In mentioning the sale of the mill of Owensboro, were guests of week with relatives at Calhoun. here last week, by a slip of thought Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Casebier spent Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter from we said George Johnson had sold the Owens- Thursday until Sunday. property to Charlie Carden and Joo Mr. James A. Tate of Rockport, was last week visiting relatives in boro and Pleasant Ridge. ""Hagerman, when it was Intended to among our office visitors Tuesday. Mr. Karl Stalsworth returned to be said it was sold to John Bell and Miss Bessie Morr left Tuesday for his work at Central City Wednesday, Joe Hagerman. Mrs. 'it. D. Walker spent Saturday attending tho burial of his guest flf relatives. Evansvlllq, Ind whcrevshe will spend after In Owensboro, the brother, Clarence, here. winter with relatives. the Mr. Henry Bean, assistant state highway engineer on the Hartford-OwensboMiss Beulah Palmer was the guest collecarMr. Marvin Black, deputy Miss Lourene Colllna returned here road will leave Saturday of Miss Nettie Gillespie last Friday. Wednsday from Sturgls, where alio tor of Internal Revenue, stationed at for Lexington whero he will enter guest of Owensboro, is tho week-en- d had been visiting a friend. the Unlvorslty of Kentucky. Mr. Leach attended the . Mr. Luther relatives in, and near town ' Beam graduates from the College of Fair 'Tuesday and Wednesday. State Judges Jno. B. Wilson and son, Engineering this year. Mrs. Bud Gentry of Evansvllle, John Allen, attended a K. P. Meeting Ind., and Mrs. John X. Taylor of Messrs. R. L. Dever and W. S. at Central. City Wednesday. Mr. Byron Williams arrived hero Earllngton,. are guests this week ,Rock attended the State Fair Tuesto spend Monday from Lexington day. Mr. W, JI. Rhoades and daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin. several days with his father, Mr. Ru- Miss Martha, are attending tho'Stato fus Williams at Heflln, before re G. J. Hoover and others of Frleda- Mr and Mrs. W. J. Bean attended Fair at Louisville .this week. HARTFORD, KY. entering tho University. RJr. Wll la,nd, have filed a petition In county the State Fair at Louisvillu yostcr-dnHams has been employed at Lexlng Miss Emilie Belt of Buford. arrlv-- J court foPa public road to be oponed ton during the summer. ' ed hero yesterday (to spend tho week from that place to Hor so Branch. . Mr. Albert Cox of Sulphur Springs end with Miss Margaret King. The building of four brick busi' u attending tho State" Fair at LouisMisses Gertrude Sthlemmer and ness houses on the ground where Mr. Floyd Keown and mother qt Beatrico Bean of this city, spent the wooden buildings ville. a few burned with relatives at Dundee Fordsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. week-en- d months ago at Beayer Dam Is another the Owensboro Fair exatnplo that whatever hardships a and. attonded TICHENOR-LEAC- H Mr. Marvin Parka returned homo O. Keown several, days this week. Saturday. Tuesday, from a business trip to fire may wprk on the individual own-er- a Paul McQuady of Balzetown, is Successors to Brown & Jornagln WLOden buildings in the busiEsquiro W. S. Dean no's sold hU ness of visiting )iis aunts, Mesdamcs C. B. section of a town, it is a resultDundee', to Wil' -' Dealer in- Miss, Mabel Rboaa left Friday for Garden, J. S. Carden andR, E, Fuqua. rosldonco property at ing beneilt to tho town. lie. Mcjjeloy, and moved to Owensboro, Russell'vlUe to enter school at Logan Messrs. W. C. Blankenshlp and W, whero ho will engago In tho hotel College County Tax Commissioner Waird ' S. Tinsley attended the State Fair at business. reports tho work of asseslng the Mr. and MrB. M. T. Likens have Louisville Wednesday and Thursday, property of the county now more than Mrs. Emory Schroeter returned been attending the State Fair at) halt completed, and that It will bo Mrs. Oznn Shults left yestorday to, homo Sunday from on extended visit finished at an earlier date this year. Loulsvillo this week. visit her daughter, Cesna, at Straight ,wlth rolatlyea ,in Louisville and Mr. Ward is being assisted In bis ofCreokj Ky. She will return Sunday. Xonla, Ohio where shb visited her fice by his daughter, Miss Irene, and Wo will have-- a car of Fertilizer husband. In the field by deputies L. P. Barnoxt fow days. within tho GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OILl Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Acton and Mr nard, Hartford; E. B. FInloy, yf, E. ELLIS & BRO. woro Mrs. L. G. Barrett and Messrs. Rowan Holbrook, Emerson R. Murphy, Reynolds; L. B. HARTFORD, KY. gucatn Sunday of Mr. and Mro. James Rogers, W. II. Rhoads, H. B. Bean Loney, McHenry nnd C. C Carter, Main Street. Mrs. Josio Duko ofvDundeo, arrivGentry, of Narrows. nnd Hardin Balrd went to Louisville Narrows. ed hero yesterday to apend several m Thursday to attond tho good roads dayu with jolatlvcn, MIbb Gortn A' CARD Or THANKS lenor of Cromwell meeting being' hold In that city. pathy Bhown us In tho sad death of bchool mates for tho flowers ami loft yestorday for Harrlsburg, Ark., Mossrs. W. S. Tlnsloy and Claude Mr. Chat lea K. Lee of New Orleana Itpd. . whore sho will resuuio her position niankenshlp wore in the city and will We want to bank our friends and our son and brother, and especially sympathy. visited bis slstor, Mrs. B. S. Ellis and neighbors for their help 'and sym- - we want to thank hlu teacher and Mrs. STALSWORTiraud CHILDREN; in the High School.! tho meeting. attend 'Mr, Ellld last woelr cud. Mrs. L. G. Barrett and little son! will ruturn Sunday after having spaa at relatives several das visiting Stanley. JSmi&&a Beauty and enduring-qualitare Belding Charwhich are equally valuable in every use to acteristics which silk'is putv When we recommend a Belding's Silk to our customers it is with the assurance that whether it be for a gown, a lining, or for lingerie, it Avill give theiutmost in service. Each piece of silk is backed by the traditional Belding guarantee for satisfactoiy service. Let us show you our line. Respectfully, j i home-comin- Carson Hartford, Kentucky. (L Co WIRE FENCE! We have i v just received a car load of AMERICAN WOVEN WIRE FENCE ro . Barbed Wire, Nails and kindred ticles. Lowest prices in six years. See us before buying. ACTON BROTHERS w. MOTOR CO. Automobiles and Accessories J V AMKMCAN LKGION FARM DEPARTMENT. KhlppliiR AosnrliilloiiH td itlon.) Spring wheat 210,000,000 (gain, 1,000.000.) Fall wheat TrM.OOO.OOO (.13,000.-00- 0 bushels under the 1920 production.) Corn 3,186, 000,000. 0 Oals 1,030,000,000 bushels bushels under 1920. (35,000,000 Hnrley 107,000,000 bushels under 1920.) Itye C4, 300,000 (5,000,000 bushels under 1920.) (800,000 Iiuckwhcat 13,000,000 bushels under 1920. White potatoes 323,000,000 bushels under 1920.) Sweet potatoes 116,000,000 bushels under 1920.) 0 Tobacco 948.000,000 pounds pounds under 1920.) (43G,-000,00(1,05.-000,0(560,-000,00- NEWS nre Successful maXe it unprofitable. It is distributed by the cusom prevnlen In some sec In Illinois. I The organization of shipping as- tions of transferring soil from old flp'ids to new ones to carry the nodule sociations hns been successfully and other by the county agents In Illi- bacteria, and by wind nois. The work hns proved popular means. land Is widen- The area of pea-sic- k nnd advantageous to the farmers. organized dur- - lnff each year. It Is particularly lin Nnw associations were ing the second quarter of this year, portnnt that the largo ending June 30,. In Henderson, Han- - regions of the West, which have Pike, Randolph, Marshal, Put- - mnlncd free of the disease up to the UIKiES UM'AI, nam nnd Kendall Counties. The re- - present time, be protected from it by C.'OVKHXMENT HE EXTENDED BUlts shown by the shipping nssocln- - the practice of proper rotation, With handkerchiefs covering their The department Js Weeding lion in Adams County are typical. ni.nnnl Hill V l . Cnnl 11 ,. faces as smoke masks, members of ! , I iiv , a. Tim uvjri. wi.tii'V. pens resistant to root rot, but carloads of live stock were ties of Hoboken, N J., post of the American tendency to rely on the federal gov- - TirCS ail(l aCCCSSOl'ieS, ieaiil-ernme- nt cent to terminal markets during the some time must elapso before there Legion aided In removing the oodles for performance of functions ei'Weigllt Motor BikeS, Mo- month of April. These shipments In- - can be any assurance that the of 4,700 American soldiers when flro rigiuiuiiy iieiiiuging to meal aumiius- 3,957 hogs, 343 cattle, and 25 merclal growers problem can be of unknown origin destroyed two of trntive units is deplored by Presi - tors f or bicycles, Telephonesbelonging to 3S2 Adams Coun- - ed In this wny. MASTKIt COMMISSIONKK'S HALE. the army base's piers last week. dent Harding In n letter in conncc - and Supplies, Lille Construc ty farmers. The total sale price for tion with Hie confeicnce on town nnd Electrical Sup Corn In Tennessee Ohio Circuit Court. this shipment was $S7,000. This was Vlml Membership In the American Le county administration to bo held next tion Material, in sales value Stone Graves, V. Taylor, Guardian, etc., Plainnn Increase of $23,000 gion proved Its worth to Arnold woek at the University of North Caro- - plies, Shoe and General ReCorn that grew in Tennessee In tiff, over the same month last, year. j Hawkinson, Gloncoe, Minn., after his linn. pair Shop. times, possibly befdre vs. Notice of Sale. The average price per hundred prehistoric i.ulomobllo was stolen In MinneapoTho President in his letter, which sup-- 1 Euna J. Taylor, et. al., Defendants, weight this year was considerably Joseph put nway his seven years If it's fixable we fix it. Shortly after the theft was mode public today by Dr. Howard lis recently. uy virtue of a Judgment and order police scrutinized nn automobile In W. Odium, director of school of publower thnn last, and It .was especially ply In Egypt, was unearthed recently Both telephones. gratifying that this gain in sales was by W. E. Meyer, of the Ilureau of 0f gaie 0f the above- styled court which two women had driven to the lic welfare of the University of North increasing the shipment to. American Ethnology, and sent to the rected to me In the above styled 0 by. j jail for a visit with a prisoner. Un- Carolina, says: MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP' United States Department of Agri- - Jtion, directing me to sell the hereln- - der the scat they found a copy of the more carloads than last year. "My attention has been called to raring after described real estate for the. American Legion Weekly addressed regional conference oi. local govern-- j The Henry County Chipping Asso- - culture for identification, Beaver Dam, Ky. elation shipped altogether $3,4S2,-07C.2- 5 recent excavations In Davidson Coun- purpose of paying the costs of the said ,0 Hawkinson. The women were ment, which you nre about to hold for worth of live stock during the ty, Tcnn., Mr. Meyer came upon a and tho costs of this sale nnd rMtC(l nml the nutomol)llo returned brond consideration of the social, in- -' -- .ltr-j, --' year ending March 31. Last year the number of stone slab graves contaln- - dividing the balance of the. proceeds tn ... dustrinl and lechn'cr.1 problems of total was 2.S59.103.42. The increase lug mortuary vessels. Some of these among the parties entitled thereto, local government. j in total sales indicates general satis- held specimens of charred maize In f i win offer for sale, at public out - j Arrested and facing detention In "It Is it pleasure to record myj plan of fairly good condition. From the size j cry, to the highest and best bidder, at faction with the fnl. trii fnl. VlnHtlnir n. trnffic henrty indorsement of the efforts you and shape of tho grains it was po3 tne uouri nouso cioor in nanioru, 'ordinance, James Anderson. Niwh-- are making, and to emphasize the shipment. 3$k:alVZtit&L- day of on Monday tho 19th sible to Identify the variety as Many-Rownhappy need which I believe exists for i'.i 5 iH'"a! n tfWl) Tomii wag j)asslng Tropical Flint, a form about aepiemoer. ivsi, 1,11 ueing mo nrsi .,.,, i,,g nllnnmnn psrnrt earnost and continuous presentation Great. Saving In 1'liosphnte Possible fails. half way between true flint and pop- - j day of the regular September term otccd nl8 Aniorlcan Loglon button. ot those subjects to the people thru s Succeed when everything tls Ltr.alc Ily New Process In netvoui fstratiT? ni:d of the Ohio Circuit Court,) at about ..,Ierc United States owns the richest corn. calcncsse itu-- arc the surn-inTho g0 vour boml buddy." he out the country. Tho problms nre Tho same type of Indian corn hour of 12:30 o'clock P. M., on snla ..j wear tho same utton." It very difficult, accentuated terr'Cll' fli thousands have tejLiieJ. I and most extensive phosphate fields by the world. Heretofore heavy an curs in the West Indies, end there Is a credit of six months, the following devt;,opei, that tho mc belonged to complexity of conditions which hive k J"OR KIDNEY. LIVER AND C in tho 5 STOMACH TROUBLE nual wastes of valuable phorphatic no question in tne minus oi scientists g described real estate situated and lie. the same Legion post. arisen during and following tho war. it is the belt n.jdicins ever sold k In Ohio County, Ky., and bound- have occurred during the bat that there was a very early com-'inmaterial There has been an inevitable tendenG over a drjgfis 's counter. f mining and manufacturing processes, munication between the West Indies ed and described as follows: With tho recent .receipt of their cy, because of the overwhelmingly Imww. ;..,.., .TW.tr. ,!! miwi" iof "Beginning at a point in Levi Tay- these and Norh Amrlca. Not only corn but A new method of controlling state bonus chocks, members of the portant work which confronted the line 112U pole3 west of said Sttirgis, South Dakota, post of the lossc3 devised by the United States beans, squashes, pumpkins, and national government to rely unduly jflfcvfc Denartmont of Agriculture consists bacco ar? oi tropical ami suuirupicui i,cvi layiors :n. &. corr.er; inence of many American Legion have pledged $11,-00- 0 upon It for performance poles to a stake in said Levi origin These staples, now so phosin mixing the of their money for the erection of functions which can only be discharg phate with sand and coke and sir g portant thruout both hemispheres, Taylor's line; thence N. 2S3 poles a $25,000 community building which ed properly by local ndmlnlstratlw line; is to havo a, gymnasium, shower bath, the mass in an electric or fuel-fe- d found their way Into North America to a stake In John Brown's entitles. This together with tho furRUF" polos to a stake at bowling alley, In this process, the and were cultivated beyond the Great thence E. 112 furnace. rost room ami a dance ther fact that our country's rapid in Canada long before the dls-- , George W. Leach's N. W. corner; phosphoric acid is driven off as a Lakes hnll for the entire town. growth and the consequent difficult) fume and may be readily collected In covery of America. There is abnn- -, thence S. 2S3 polos to the beginning, of adequately planning local governbecontaining 200 acres, more or loss.". concentrated form. Millions of tons dant evidence of communication In an address formally opening the mental machineries has r sultrd In a The purcha&er will bo required to new quarters of tho Holyoke, Mass., previously wasted will tween the West Indies and Florida, of nhosnhates certain inefficloncy of the minor adlm kiivpiI notnntiallv as a result of the and up the Mississippi and its trlbu- -' execute bond, with .security to be ap post of the American Legion last ministrative organisms which greatproved by the Commissioner, imperfection of this new reclamation It will bo week General John J. Pershing com- -, ly needs to be corrected. mediately after sale, said bond pay-system. pllmented lho Legion for not partici- corrected whenever the attention of r..i.,......i siiliw 111 Potato (Yon Un- - able in six months and bearing in- - pating in politics. i the people is fully aroused and the naChildren terest at the rate of 6 per cent per ler Federal Grades. By NaGoldie Ily Name, Gold Mine tional genius for administration Is efpotato annum from date until paid and to - fectively applied." Adoption of United States A Safe Old Fashioned Favoring the name of a private solture, Was Lame Cow. force and effect of a judg-- ' have o-- o Remedy for Worms dler who gave his life for his coun-- : Before a certain Missouri farmer grades in Colorado has increased the ment the a lien will lie retained on try during tho world war to that of and association, re- amount of the crop marketed on this joined the Seventy. five year contin-uoREGAL BATHTUBS SOLI) AT $:$7..".0 land sold to further secure the the use i tbe best testiport specialists of the U,nlted States basis by more than 12,000.000 bu- payment illustrious general," nn of the purchase money bond. j"some Legion post of Minneapolis, monial FREY'S YERHIFUCE Department of Agriculture, he owned shels according to the August estican offer you. Given under my hand, as Master Honolulu, Sept. 13 Pathos minglMinn., has petitioned the city board n good herd in whclh was an old mate of the Bureau of Markets and Keep a bottle always on Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit ed with comedy as the furniture and hand. It will help keep At Prop Estimates, United States crippled cow named "Goldie." of education to name a large new Court, this the 29th day of August,' fitting of the late Queen the little ones healthy of Agriculture, and raises high school there for Ceqll Kyle, who household that very time the owner was trying j and happy. deposed monarch ol the number of States that have 1921. to sell her for ?75. To his surprise was working his way thru college Lllioukalanl, 30c abottle atymir drurrrt't or OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C, newspapers and tending Hawaii, went 'on the block' and were only placed poor made tho United States grades offitt ncial loin or if your dealer by selling the Babcock test not can't upplyyou.tcnd liitnatna M. L. Heavrin, Atty. "knocked down' by tho auctioneer to' d 30c in larapa and we'll j cows when he enlisted. old, crippled Goldie at tho head of cial. Although the use of the Feda ' cad you a botila promptly. the highest bidder here recently. tho herd but at the head of the whole eral standards has been optional since LiS. FREY. Biltinvt. Hi STEAL ELEVEN STILLS A large crowd, representative of Her yearly production, the days of the United States Food Brig. Gen. Charles Dawes, Secreassociation. 0 gathered to wit OFFICERS FROM tary of the Navy Denby,.Gov. Miller many nationalities, as shown by the records was 9,300 Administration, they are now used ofauction, and many a Hapounds of milk and 526 pounds of ficially for grading 30 per cent of the and John G. Emery, national com- ness the as Following tips given them, three earning ov- total crop and unofficially for 30 to Legion, will waiian eyo was moist with tears of the American butter fat, and her yearly revenue officers in a nearby county in mander some particular pieco of furniture WILL er cost of feed was $267. Goldie be- 45 per cent more. address the third annual convention TAKE Following the lead of other West-r- n western Kentucky set out on the trail of the New York department of the brought back memories of tho old average yearlonged to a herd whose States, Colorado created at the of twelve stills in various sections of Amrican Legion at Jamestown, N. Y., days and the vanished glory of a was 360 production ly butter-fa- t cpunty one day last week. Taking kingdom. Three of tho late queen's pounds, yet she was almost 50 per last session of the legislation a divi- the Sept. 23 and 24. bath-tub- s wqnt for $37.50 nplece to a the trail early In the morning they t' cent above the average of the herd, sion of marketing and provided for Chinese contractor. superior the inspection of fruit and vegetables soon located one of the stills and AVILJj FLY KAISER'S FLAG A Traaintsnl and more than 200 per cent found a quantity of mash in the makto the average dairy cow of this coun- on the basis of State grades. The new for WEAR ing. As the day lengthened and it POLITICAL "PUSH" try. Among the cows on test in the division started work in July, and grew Berlin, Sept. 8. The first German cventime they had secured secLUN6S or 468 cowtestlng associations are many hearings were held in producing passenger steamer under the German eleven out of the possible twelve like Goldie. The true production re- tions thruout the State for tho purflag will sail from Hamburg for New They were looking down into the CONSUMPTION: pose of establishing practical stan- moonshine apparatuses. Only one York on Sept. 15. As tho imperial depths of tho Grand Canyon. assocords furnished by remained to be discovered and desirciations have prevented the sale of dards that would be satisfactory to flag remains the colors for the Ger"Do you know," asked the guide, ous of having a perfect hunt they set quick relief (or tbit tired, (cellar, a large number of unassuming but tho trade. man merchant marine, the former "that It took millions of years for A couchi, pains In cbett. night iwrati. hemor one. about to locate this rbicct, weak luori or coniumptlon. K it dots fairly high producing cows. banner will pass the Statue this great abyss to be carved out?" After following a baffling trail for kaiser's g SEPTEMBER CROP REPORT of Liberty for the first time since "Well, well," ejaculated the travel- Deloclp yoa It costs you Dotbiag. -- ,Ksome hours the location of the still Lock box Olo er. "I never knew this was a gov- OHIO MEDICAL GO. Washington, Sept. 12 The corn was finally made. Leaving their early in the year. Bushels of Corn Clear Gain 8,000 COLUMBUR o Bayern is the name of the ship that ernment Job." o farm in crop, which suffered a loss of about wagon, loaded with the illicit maKccords of one Hamburg-91,000,000 bushels in prospective chines all three started after the last. will sail. She belongs to the Ohio show an annual Increase of Line, and Is the first bushels of corn thru tho adoption production in July, made a gain of In a few minutes the conquest was American LIV-VERLA young Jewish furrier was at a AX com and Improved 154,000,000 bushels during August made and they returned to their ve- of six ships to sail between the two loss to understand where his friend of new strains of inports, three of them under the Ger- got a $1,000 diamond that he was over the forecast last month, the methods developed and recommendhicle. But on. returning it was dised by tho United States Department dicated production from the Septem- covered that someone had in the man flag and three under the Stars sporting. explained: "My Isadore Stripes. This Is the arrangeor Agriculture. The farmer has been ber 1 condition of the crop being uncle died and left $1,000 tor a stone meantime confiscated nine of the and Hamburg-American bushels. following tho advice of the departto his memory and this is the eleven stills in the wagon. Paducah ment between the and the Harrfman lines. Tho 1921 corn crop as forecast Is News. ment for 20 years, and has kept stone." m careful records of hlB yield. For the only 48,000,000 bushels less than the Not even a lawyer could outlaw BAN "SALARY SLAqKERS." last 10 years the increase averages crop of last year which broke all re- BOOKS MADE BY ONE MAN that claim. bushels more than 10 bushels an acre over cords and Is 388,000,000 UNIQUE CAPITA EXHIBIT Chicago, Sept. 8. Bobbed hair and previous years. Beyond the extra cost above the five year average. The Uncle of harvesting, the labor and expense improvement made during August Washington, Sept. 3. What are short skirts have received Fcelirlcht all tho time. Don't lay 08 8,000 bushels is regarded as clear was ascribed by the department to believed to be tho only book3 ever Sam's approval in tho federal board from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liu- - Ver-La- x keeps yo training here. But favorable temperatures and rains, produced from the contents .o he for vocational gain. on your feet, while relieving your trouj which bad been lacking thruout a printing and binding by one man Col. Charles R. Forbes, the director, le. Safer too. and cosv to take. Don't Jtotation Only Practical Curo of Ten-Sic- k good portion of the season. v.orking alone have Just been placed drew the line on powdering- noses, itako anything else. You can't afford The spring wheat prospects declin- on exhibition at the Smithsonian In- loafing or making social calls In ofLand. it, imrainatca poisons, cleanses ey tern and relieves constipation. A nnt-urWhere the crop of peas grown for ed 3,000,000 slnco the August fore- stitution. fice hours. remedy, natural in its actions, sur canning or truck market purposes cast, due largely to heat and drought. "Wear anything you please, girls," They are the product of the late FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE in its effect and certain in results. It past season has shown root, rot, Tho oats crop on the basis of the Dard IJuJiter ot cbllllcothe. Ohio, who he said. "Be comfortable, but don't Dissolved in water for douches stops tho won't be long before IiV-V- o lax win pelvic and inflamcompletely displace calomel in ever) the United States Department of Ag- figures announced today was a short wrote twe books, designed the type be salary slackers, because there are mations catarrh, ulceration by Lydia E. Recommended home.; Children can take it freely an) riculture advises planing for a long one, 436,000,000 bushels less than with which they were to be printed, hundreds ot cases of disabled men Pinkhara Med. Co. for ten years. with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guarrotation of other crops, beginning last year and 343,000,000 bushels be- cast the type, set it, printed tho pro- awaiting your attention. And wh'i A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, anteed. DOcand $1 in bottles. Nona throat and next season, to rid the soil low the five year average. crippled doughboy comes In here, soreeitaoidiaary sore eyes Economical, genuine without tho likeness and sign-- ! with the duction with a hand press and then a lias cleunu and mniiiddal tower. turo ot L. K, Grigsby. For eale by " The condition on September 1 and did the binding. Hunter also manu-tacure- d smllo his discouragement away." rotation of the disease. A four-yeFr.a. 50c. all dmnuti. or pn.pud fcjrl 5ari ymaj. The PatonTuflrt Cmnpinr. Boeloq. Mu.7 L M. SVIUdAMl. . Hartfor. effective, but cases have forecast of production for Kentucky Is sometimes tnu paper that was used, beon met, both In the East and In the corn was: Condition 80 and producThis is part of the general exhibi- AIRPLANE TO FLY TO NORTH POLE Contral States, where even a longer tion 91,990,000. This Is 13,931,000 tion in tli.- - division of graphic arts In hushelu over the August forecast, but the institution. rotation has proved immffleiont. luvoHtigationt; by the department 8,000,000 bushels under the 1920 An airplane flight over tho north PataeaaBBBBV ra EAGLE"RHKAD0 during tho past thruo years have production. She was telling nn acquaintance pole la to bo attempted. Four men In rencilNo.174 ot this about her girl friends. u piano of special construction will Preliminary oHtlmatee shown that root rot of penu in prowmt ariia year's production of winter wheat and "Yes," she said, "my friend Maud loave Point Barrow, Alaska, soon to In all of the larger but she's beon mako scientific observations of ocean, cant of tho Miuuiaalppl, and to some hay and foruouuU for other crops, In only twenty-five- , ror aaie your Dealer TV? bused on thwlr condition on Septem- married threo times. in the polar reAnd all her air and ico curi-onlextent in Montana and Uta".; Mado ,n fJvo Erade ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED DAND disease live In the soil and UeeonieH ber l, wero announced by tho Depart- husbands have been named William." gions. Tho expdltion expects to reach EAGLE MIKADO "You don't sny!" replied he. "Why Spltzbergon or even the North Cape, moro destructive eaah yoar pea am ment of AfjrlciiUuro today an follows: Winter wheat 544,000,000 bushels sho must bo a regular Bill colleotor!" Sovoral planes will start from Seatijrowu on lnfoated land, soon rednc-Jn- g EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK New York Amorican. tle and proceed up the Alaskan coast the crop to such an extent a? to (34,000,000 less than 1920 produc- a, seed-growire-covarle-Sixty-tcom-cludsolv-iiheep, ac-3. Corospondence by alrplnne has been instituted botweett the mayor of Knn-a- s City, Mo., nnd the mayor of Omn-hNebr., by the American Legion of the former city. Legion officials flew to Omaha last week with the Kansas City mayor's request to the mayor of Omaha that he board the plane for a flight of the Legion convention nt Kansas City October 31. The mayor of Kansas City will fly back with the other mayor to nttend IMtESIIIENT the first aero congress in Omaha. to Point Harrow, I J only ono will make tho transpolar l'llght. The trip was originally scheduled for next year but repot ts of unusual-- ! ly wurm weather near tho Arctic circle resulted in tho date blng ndvancvj (hi. It Is hoped to attain a speed of 100 miles an hour whllo In the air. Tho fuel problem is the chief worry, A Hipply maple for 50 hours of continuous flight will havo to bo carried. It may be necessary to mnkc the "hop" without a single stop. Liberty Bicycles On Sale 1-- '1 V. ,,.. I ,,, $L&Q K, ed vei ',,,,, 1 m raej cine r r y '', j . "run-of-min- Mothers use 1 SFreyS ta-'ie- Yermii For the ue cow-testi- Am-lerie- an a oil J i YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 3 cow-testi- FOR.ONE MONTH 800-acr- 8,-0- ' USE For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. rI$very Woman Wanis - al ar 1 - MilfT gpp .... pea-growi- s 'W.I AUCTION MEN OFF flciently noteworthy to be namod, ac- - rnc,nnn Ooo- - Uc. UjUUU DflTTI UU II CQ LLU WHO AKE OUT OF WORK terior. Boston Is Scene Of Queer Stunts; Pastor Handles Gavel Sells Quick I loKlral Survey, Departnu nt of the InYet If any one of these unnamed mountain peaks were In the ORKtern port of tho Unlfil States It would lie vlHltetl annually by millions of people. Hut California lias 70 nililltlonnl mountain peaks moro than 13.000 feet high that have- beon named, or 130 In nil, as well ns a dot- on that rlso nbovo 14,000 feat. SOLD IN NEW YORK, i X s .M4t44 Biggest Thing Of Kind Ever Seen In That State, Declares Big Wholesaler. CALL ON are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we 1 heights, according to tho United siness Item that will attract unusual tho entire Kast, States Geological Survey. All those attention thruout haw over happenfor nothing like It peaks are in tho Heartooth National all records. Forest, In Carbon County, In tho ed before. It breaks Mr. Oeorgo U. Evans, manager of south contral part of tho Stuto. Tho Gibson-SnoCompany, tho well-knohighest of these Is Granlto Peak, 12,- - tho druggists, with wholesalo 850 feet; tho noxl highest Is Mount j branches In Albany, Iluffalo, RochesWood, 12,750 feet. ter and Syracuse, recently announced .Study of Early Fossils. that the preparation wai now selling r In their trado territories alone at the In""io fossil shells of tho early of approximately vertebrates, or splnoless creatures phenomenal raco year, 500,000 bottles a are of great Importance to geologists V4 JtnMllMltAA i l"U ...M& .i... ..i i..i ..n....i " ll. .. Iirusum liiiu vumiuiies,ll, A " ves" ' 'this state alone tie ' other words. prove them wore formed- -.n 70 years ago. ,t was to J" 7, bottf," that his charges wero not parasitic the age of the rock. Kach fosslllfor- -' ,tw floater,, but Instead, good citizens Jous rock bod contains characteristic conservative In making this state-o- n of a job. that he put some of thenti forum or groups f forms that determe" j mine the period in which It was mud the block, he explained. Dr ' '' ' Hartford Jr Lcdoux's effort, to get work for hi. or sand. Former Director Powell, of '- States Geological Survey. mon wero not rewarded. Of the three tho United every who stood up for Mil, none went once tensely explained to a congrea-1131- " mo vamo u iaieo-crow- d away 4u a Job nlthougli from tne sionni comumioe came pledges to help tldo thorn tology by saying that It Is "the geolo-- 1 FOR FLETCHER'S over a week or two while they sought Rlsfs clock," b which ho tells tho employment. Their leader said, how- - time in the world's history when any m ver, that he ronrttlcred he had sue- - rock bed was formed. ceedi il in bringing their plight and SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. the hnn sty of their purpose to pub- - ' The economic importance of attention ntnl be announced that loontology hns beon repeatedly shown I. S. FarrU, Plaintiff. o vs. Notice of sale. is to be a dally event, in thlh country. In tho earlier oxplolta-ttho auction lie continued at leait for the re- -' Hon of anthracite coal thousands C. II. White, Dofondant. I"f dollars were fruitlessly expended liiaiiu'.er of the month. Tj and bis men, box luncliea In In New York in search of coal beds. jjmory( plaintiff. Ledoux vg N0t;Ce of sale. banil, camo to the common from until the Now York geologists showed "West Knd headquarters, where ho that the beds in that State could con- - c j, White, Defendant. bus fed hundred! in tho last woek tain no coal. The fossils in the Now, ",, vlr,e'of a i,iBmont and or- . ,, dlrocteii t(l m0 aB Special their sand- - 1 ork rocks exploited are oi ueonian , WhlK- - they munched to age, whereas tho fossils of tho penn- - commissioner, Ohio Circuit Court, wlcbes he calle'd for volunteers INCORPORATED ,ve .fyiert actions now stand at auction prepared) to work for' lylvnnla anthracite coal beds belong . ., .... n week for the highest bidders. Eight to the Carboniferous a much later pen,,ng In tho 01,0 circuit Court and men stepped out. two of them world porlod. '1 ills discovery ai once siopp- (ilrectng mo to sell the hereinafter - ed a useloss expenditure or mon. war veteran, most of them in cloth.inscribed nronertv. first, for the mir ing that wns frayed and shoes well. In times of doubt and perplexity posa of paylnB tno dei,ti interest and f ., down at m.o libels. Each was asked the geologist thoroforo turns to tho n.,..,? i s, Farrls. debt long be bnd been out of work paleontologist for light on the ago an,0UntIB to $250.55 with Interest how and original order of the rock beds lhereon al tho rate o G per cent pcr and without food and shelter. ' ho Is studying. The study of tho an annum from tho 1st day of March, Year, Hadn't Worked For n are em 1921. until paid, Second, to pay the OIIDKICS OHIO COUNTY COURT Church, thence with St. or Alloy, to dlans Building and it was necessary a Imal and plant remains that One innn bad not worked for bedded In the rocks hns thus become debt, Interest and cost of the plainREGULAR TERM SEPT. 5, 1031 Hartford and Hardlnsburg road; for the police to eject thum. year, while another had eaten only, thence with said road to Sullenger's an important part of geological work, tiff, L. L. Bmbry, debt amounting to twlco a week In six months of unemand nlthough tho specialists who are $179.10 with Interest at the rato of Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. presiding. Mill road; and with same to Rough ployment. engaged In this study are few, their G per cent per annum from March T nnnonrlni, in fhft nnMsfnptlnn nt River, thenco down said River to the James Ferris, 25 years of age, an work Is of high Importance. E. Corner of Beda Voting Precinct; 3, 1921, until paid, nnd all cost of tho court, that it is necessary upstanding man who said ho bad -- .J boundary Hne3 of West 'thence with lino of Beda Voting K?TK? army, was this sale. I will offer for sale at pubthe served four years in the When you have an achey, stretchy 'cinct to the beginning. .7 called to the block on tho steps of tho fecllng and you aro dull.tlred and dis- lic outcry to the highest and best bid- Hartford Voting Precinct No. 2, of And it is further ordered and der at the court house door in HartCounty, Ky., it is therefore or- .Memorial bandstand. Ho stripcouraged It is a sign of approaching ford, Kentucky, on Monday, Octoher 'Judged by the court, that all the legal Z ped to tho waist and while Ledottx dered and adjudged by the court that voters residing In the above bounda-th- c malaria or chills. You should act directed, went thru tho army calis- quickly to ward off an attack. Her-bln- o 3rd., 1921 (It being the first day of ,. .. boundary line of west . Hartford 'ry, be and they aro entitled to vote In , , ,. the regular term of tho Ohio Coun- v oiing rreuiuvi uo uuu .. n uticuj thenics to show tho extent of his precinct, and the voting placo offers you the holp you neod. It ty Court) at about tho hour of ono wore changed nnd established as follows,, said muscular achievement, llids l nnlil ntinntnnt nltnll 1A ni" fTl f f f ! -dostroys tho malarial germ, drives out o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six " " " -Beginning at tho corner of the "' u'" called for. you fee' ' you all Impurities and makes months, tho following described real East Beaver Dam, Roslne and East01"0 "Black-Draug"This Is ono of the men that is. in bright, vigorous and cheerful. Prlco MACK COOK, J. o. c. c. used during the war. What will you COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug estate lying and being in Ohio Coun- Hartford Voting Precincts, at or near : medicine on the market," ty, Kentucky and described as fol- Sandcfur's crossing; thenco with a A do with him now? How much will Company. in W' C' BLANKBNSHIP, C. O. C. C. sia.s mio. i. ii. tviiuc- - VfW . u.,1 k i ; lows: you bid for this man's services for a line of East Hartford Voting Pre- 1 cor-Beginning. W a gum, No. week in order that ho may have food GS Cinct and the Ja,rtfor(l and Morgan- -' continues: "I hada Dain driL- NOTICE ner to tho J. Y. Hudson sUrVey; town road to tllO Hai'tfOtd aild UedVef in my chest afler eating tho auctioneer asked. Swelling of the flesh Cattle"! L"j' In- - pi and shelter?" ei- -' thence North G9 G. CI poles to a Dam road at Lon hnlth's;thence With flammatlon, Itlds were made, but when they were P, S. Lashhrook, et al Gdld, fractures of' the MsV whito oak In tho I). V. Daugherty said Hartford and Beaver Dan! road bone, toothache, neuralgia Or rileU-an- d ffixft lilt and this wes very "V-who had mndo them bad called thoso brought vs. Notice W disagreeable and ,vas con ile- line; thence with said lino N. 3 W. slipped away. Ferris was then Clay St., to Washington St.; matism can bo relieved by applying 33l till lleadflchc. I Stock Law Election in West Tleavr ...! ... l.n ii'ltlimit o lil.l.lnr 28 poles to a black oak and 3 white thence with Washington St., to Main ' Ballard's Snow Liniment. stipated and knew it was It should Dam Voting Precinct, No. 14. indigestion and inactive oaks; thence S. 87 W. G8 poles to a St.; thenco with Main St., arid Mart- - bo well rubbed In over the part afA dog was brought to tho block. Ho Pursuant to .i Judgment rendered fiver. I begin the use of was knocked down for $5 wltli tho, by tho Ohio County Court, at its gum; thenco N. 10 W. G2 poles to a ford and Owensboro road to Hartford fected. Its great healing and pene- night and atnntaaf ...Atttn cumuuu... n AA,nin,l 1t j v-lm """"-""- , ill regular September term. 1921, notice gum nnd chestnut In the Brownsville & Ross Ripple road; thenco with said 'tratlng power eases the pain, reduces morninq, and it sure is splendid and certainly , bidder, that:, bo be returned to tho road; thenco W. 50 poles to a stone; road to tho line of Boda Voting pre - , swelling and restores natural condl - l" that on Tuesday gives relief." thenco S. 3 W. 123 pole3 to a stono; cinct; thenco to the N. E. corner of tlons of tho unemployd" as Its , Price 30c, GOc and $1.20 per ,nol CUI xMx, o.wuu .,i;iiih lw IU1IIUUI S. S7 W. G poles to a stone; Contortown Precinct; thCjIOo With the bottle. mascot. Sold by Ohio County Drug election day, a poll will bo thenco Joseph Mitchell, a negro, was then thenco S. 24 K. 53 poles to a stone lines of Contortown voing precinct to ,uo m ' oponod for the purposo of ascertaln-- 1 called. His shoes wero without soles Ing the will of tho legal voters resid to a small black oak and white oak; the Render Voting Precinct; thence thenso S. 87 W. 12 poles to a stono and bis clothing was ragged. Replying ing la West lieaver Dam Voting Pre on public road; thenco S. 2G E. 100 with tho lino of samo to tho East Bea UNEMPLOYED CLASH to Lcdoux's questions he said ho bad ver Dam Voting Precinct; thonco with 14, upon tho following ALL OVER ENGLAND cinct, No. been without food for days at a time quostlon: "Aro you In favor of mak- - poles to a stone; thence S. 12 K. 4 the line of same to the beginning. poles to a stono; thenco S. 32 E. 3S in tho six months ho had been out of lug And It further ordered and it unlawful for cattlo or any spc- - poles to a stono; London, Sept. 8. Demonstrations i .thonco N. 71 E. 29 by the court, that all of tho ele thereof to run at large upon tho .. . . . , poles logal votors residing within the abovo by unemployed were held In many poles to a stono; thence N. 18 Thoro was no bid for his services "" in the and the auctioneer called beginning, excluding two small boundary bo and they are entitled to places thruout England yesterday, of Wost lieaver Dam Voting Precinct, to tho to pledge him food nnd shel parcels that havo beon sold and voto In said precinct, and tho voting and In several cities serious disorders crflwd No. 14"? survy but yet placo in said precinct shall bo at wore narrowly averted. An ugly spirtor for n week. Mrs. Annlo JackGiven under my hand? this 9th day deeded from tho nbovo son responded nnd vent tho auctlo-noo- r containing 76 ncrs, moro or less. it was In evidence at Bristol, whore Hartford, Ohio County, Ky. of September, 1921. a crowd attacked tho building occu ono bottor by saying she would No. 2. Ueglnniug on n stone, MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. W.'C. IILANKENSH'P, For over seventy years pied by tho board of guardians and frVjat ' be responsible for Mitchell's sustena f'lork Ohio Count Court White's corner 8 topolesthreo acre lot; A Copy Attest: this purely vegetable necessary. 12tl ance for a second wool; If thence W. 3 to a stono on V. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. clashed wltli tho police. In tho en orcparation has been suing struggle banners wore broken John Farley of Dorchostor, wearing east sldo of public road; thonco with found beneficial bv thou- - 3&5S Tbo lU'nt Ailvcrtlsraicnt. ana (J. A. It. button, added a dollar; polos to a stono; and a red flag was captured by the said road 36 VI sands of persons sufferpolice. Finally, the gatos beforo the other innn promised n suit of clothes any mor-cha- thence E. 10 S poles to a stone in ing from effects of a torTho host adVortisoment FOR FLETCHER'S M. L. Daugherty's line; thonco N. building wero opened and a largo and a second man passed Ledoux a $2 pid, or slew-actican have U a BntlsfUd customliver. body of constables charged upon tho bill to "buy some beans for tho boys." er. No groator recommendation can 25 W. 37 poles to a stono at beginIndigestion, biliousness, yoars, mm William Davis, a boy of 19 ning, containing one aero and 135 crowd which was dlsporsed but tho colic, coated tongue, diz.. ..r .. lr.1. frti ., vnniv wna fiffAro.l bo glvon an article than the follow windows In a hundred shops wero ORDERS OHIO COUNTV COURT J ziness, constipation, bitProp., Gulon poloii, more or loss. Mllburn. l"S yJ5. to tho crowd as ono willing to work. Drug Doing same land convoyed to Henry REGULAR TERM SKPT- 5, U)i smashed by the manlfostauts. ter taste, sleeplessness, Storo, Oulcn, Ark. "We have Ho said ho had kopt hlmsolf going Exciting scenes also wore witners- j lack of energy, pain in Isold Chamborlalu's Cough Roinody Whito by Otis Whito and Uettlo for a time on $1100 that ho had sav for yoars and liave always found that Whlto, his wife, by deed dated AuIt appoarlng to tho satisfaction pf cd in Liverpool. After an encounter back, pulfiness under the' gust 2G, 1918, and of record in deed the court, that It Is necessary to Wth the police, unemployed workers ed but had roaohod tho end of his It glvos porfect satisfaction." eyes any or all of these m ropo and was hungry yostorday. He book 58, pago 125, Ohio County chango tho boundary lln eof North presented to tho council n symptoms often indicate ' was promised a homo for a weok by Clerk's office, or a sufficiency there- Hartford Voting Precinct. No. 3G, of ultimatum, threatening that at the ox A TUl'K OPTIMIST that there is something of to pay tho plaintiff' dobts, Inter-o- st Ohio County;. Ky., it is therefore ptrntton of that timo thoy would not head-o- n .Mrs. J- - II. Crannlngor nnd tho man me matter with your Tho two tnxlcabs mot In a "who promised tho clothing to Mitchell collision, but when ordered nnd adjudged by tho court. b0 responsible for tho consequences, and costs. tho rescuers liver. You can't be loo gavo $2 t,o Davis. The purchaser will bo required to that tho boundary lino of North The lord mayor subsequently appear- tangled mnss careful about the medi- ronchod him 'nouth tho With no bids for tho threojntn set tho lono passonger was grinning oxecuto bond Immediately after sale, uaruorci voting rrecmci, o. ji uo 0d and assured the loaders in tho S27. cine you take. Be sure anup. Ledoux suspondgd Ills auction, with approved security, bearing In- and it is hereby changed and estab- demonstration that a plan would bo broadly. mri. inai inn tiamn nouncing that it would ba rqpeatod per annum from date lished as follows, ford's "Look! Look!" ho giggled, as thoy terest at G formulated for finding work. is Beginning at Boda Voting Precinct tomorrow. Ono of tho most notable demonstradrow him out, "the darn meter Is until paid, and a lieu will bo retained onjthe package. At all a v on the land sold to further secure the lino; thonco with Hartford Roes tions occurred In Wales, where 4,000 druggists. busted." GKOl.OOV NOTKS payment of said bond. Said bond to Ripplu road to tho Hart'ird & Owens- people marohed across tho mountains a Accept Only Horblno Is the medicine that cures havo tho force and effect of a judg- boro road; thenco with said road from Abertlllory to Tredegar, n dis- S2& biliousness, lnalaila and constipation. ment. the Genuine. and Main St., to Centor St., thence tance of 12 miles. A similar mani- ($g. CO mountains In California At least Given under my hand this the 12th with Contor St., to Clay St.; thence festation In Sunderland culminated rlso moro than 13,000 foot above sea Tho first dose makes you feel bettor, with said street, to Union St., and In an attempt to force the gates of lovol, but they stand amid a wealth a few additional doses cures com- day of September, 1921. S. A. DltATCHER, S. O. C. C. with Union St., to Griffin St., and the workhouse. Falling In this, memof mountain scenery so rich nnd va- pletely. Prlco GOc. Sold by' Ohio ' m Ileavrln & Martin, Attys. with Griffin St.. to colored Baptist bers of the crowd entered the Guar- ried that they ore not considered sut- - County Drug Co. w lloaton, Sopt S. JohloM inon wero placed uu tlio unction block on Don-to- n Common today. Stripped to tho walHt, after the custom of the old lavo auction, they declared their willingness to work by standing before a crowd of thousands, offering their eervlces to the hlghost bidder. "Shorn Iambs of uneinploymont," their auctioneer, Urhaln Lodoux, called them. worker Lodoux, n philanthropic who recently opened thoNdiurch of tho unemployed," In tho Wast End, led n group of 50 to tho common to bring home, be snld, to the people of Boston their stories of human iiiIk Tho fact that C2B.000 bottles of High Mountains Or Montana. Tanlac have been sold In tho state of Six named poaks In Montana havo Now York since Its Introduction there elevations exceeding 12,000 feet, nntl year ago, Is a big bupeaks rlso to greater less than, iino sovoral unnamed For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. plTf" : U .... ... 7.h.m ..., I ' wK."J ...n. VK " Pbj c,d""b "'r , ni BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &a, IN STOCK. If You OhilcLren Ory j CASTOR' have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. j pa-1- 1c t Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t t ,4 ,N. ,,,,?. Pro-chan- ad-Oh- lo Ilrll liver ht .. i..i For Torpid m S3 C. I"cUf ... f.j 1 Jpa j u...y - m m Black-Draug- ht, ,.',,. .,,,.. ch m ' Thedford's ed I ,,,,,,, . BLACK-- 1 DRAUGHT ng nt Children Cry Jt iK fil vCASTO RA "",' i H in ton-minu- te to-w- to Black-Draugh- t," t raqi m fag i a Hfupewpll; Wnltor Myeri, Salem; Oiler. KoMne; L L. Kmbry, Vine Hill; Nncy Crowder, Mt Peasant Leora Wilson, Flint Springs; 11 1! Morris, Ilonfrow; Bessie Allen, Hob Ko; Hay Cook, Excelsior; Emma lllfcbrr TrnrhotV Halm los Arid Old Axlon, Horton; Evorftt Lll-- a, Law. Union; I. 8. Mason, principal, Alma Simpson nnd Lonn Adams, assistants, Mrs. Ethel Itoynl, Union; n Cromwell; - common nchonla ar nil In TatLol Hudsdn, Cooper; Sam Taylor, nnd a Urge attendance 1h Beain All ?ctlcMs of the comity. Prentiss; Mrs. Bessie Chirk, S. MIn. m; JIlKhir salaries luivo tlmulatd the ver Diim;C. K. Caroon, Tnjlor tenrhf rs to a livollur Intercut In their N. L. Boss. Green Briar; Cesn.i worn the ciiiiuiiilRntiiry school Shults, Shultztown; Hoy Stewart, In; resulting In a larger nttend-nnc- e dependence; D. Robertson, Taylor-towlaw Bssalo Russell, Oakland; Pearl of pupils nnd, with all, school Davis, Jubilee; Carrie Southard, No arc markedly Improved. conditions thntitho readers of this 10; Winnie Wilson, Goshen; F. L. ho Interested In knowing Sandcfur, Cool Springs; Dee Brown, papir will JTJnlon Hill; Lesslo Austin, Sulphur vhte lhn various toochor.s are year wo nro submitting Springs, (n6ar Beaver Dam); Nova Mils an index, which wns kindly furnish- Ross, Cave Ridge; Muriel Wilson, Central arovc; Cora Thompson, The ed us by Superintendent Howard: View; Ik Witt Martin, Lawson; Marllssa Bend; Norlno Coleman, High MargaTanner, Max- Lorettn Westorfleld. Echols; Fosti-iChalmun; John well; Mrs. 1. S. Mason, Holbrook; ret Cardwoll, Union Grovc;Ethel RusPearl .Sanclofur, West Nocreck; C. B. sell, Ceralvo; O. T. Klttlngcr, HickoRlv-oShown. Nocreck; Frank Miller, Heda; ry Ridge; Eva Thomason, Rough De-n- a Norma Ross, Walton's Creek; WctUcrflcld, Alexandra; EdDudley May Carter, Upper Point; Kathwin II. Mason, Sarvis Hill; Gertrude Hamilton, Bells leen Tlchenor, Lower Point; Rce Kuril, Taylor's; John Browns; Ruth "Godsey, BunHun, Zodn .lolloy, East View; Alton Ford, ker Hill; Anna Carter, Broadway; Watklne, Westorfleld; Hatha AlWashing-to- n Mrs. Myrtle Calvert, Stony Point; .1. T. Iloaglnnd, j1o.i Henulng, Clear Hun; ice M. Fnught. Midway; Mrs. N. B. Mrs. llonn Florence Miller, Mt. Morlah; Evan White, Horse Branch; Mrs. Sophia Ontn lielmont; D. D. Moseley Greer; Hatler, Roslne; Mrs. Annie Rose, Owen, Taylorfleld; Em'nia Taylor Mlrips; Mrs. Iva Lee, IndeSusiWrii;h1, MuRan; Tom Hamilton, pendence; Earnestlne Ralph, BroadIJiir). , Mrs. Eva Hamilton, Denfleld; way. Colored Teachers VJr,it May Burdotto, Herbert; Henry R. D. Newton. Haytl; Mattle J "Warier, Haynesvillc; Vera M. Corley, Beaver Dam; Mabel Rend r Washington (near Reynolds ) ; Mrs. Mellon-ry- ; O. N Stewart, Friendship; Ruth Mer- Taylor Mines; S. M. Taylor, MIttie Rendor, Rockport. lark.-- Jennie Willis. Highland; cer t a Kthil Mnffett. Odcll; Claude Fraize, KXIGHTS OK PYTHIAS Pop'.ir Grove; Asa Chancellor, Oak GO OX PILGRIMAGE Cm vi, Irene Odcll, Trislsr; Mrs. Hat- Pet- tlr drnnt. Pleasant Walk; J. B. TI,e following K. P.'s attmdeJ ty, throve: Morris Wedding. Oaks; l0"Ke meeting at uentrai uty wen Marshall Crow. Tanglewood; Fanny ' Paris llasham; Stanley Phillips. N'ar- nesdiiy night: Messrs. John Allen Jli-rrow Louise, Rcnfrow, Hickory Wilson, Noah Lee Rowe, Albert Gro ; Eulr Woosley, Beech Grove; Rial, A. K. Anderson. S. T. Harnett W. Duff. Dundee: M. T. Gen- Fred Belcher and Judge John B WilMir try, New Baymus; J. W. Kirk, Sunny-da- li son. o Mrs. Josephine Hoover, Palo; lockif Austin. McGrady; Jlrs. Lou-an- a TAXES NOW DUE Ttowan, Cedar Grovo; N. B. Whit Olaton; Clara Wilson. White Oak. O C. Daniel .Fair View; Mack Tax BiHs for 1921 have Martu Schroadors; Ozna ShulU, Concord; Imogene Plummer, Victory; been Placed in my hands tor CHffie Austin, Edwards; Bradley collection You are request- learh ckctts; Rhoda Whltehouse, Gj fc n ttl t Bcaiiitti-- ; Ono Rogers, Beech Valley; otis sievens, Sulphur Springs; Beu- - we may both get the matter lah "Bratcher, Antioch ;Jesso Byers, behind us. Early settlement . ., Arnold; Marlon Embry, Cave Ridge; ICatie Swlhart, Baizetown; Hulbert wl11 save trouble, don t ne- Crowder. Select; Wems Park, Horse gleet this matter. Pay now. Branch; Mrs. Lon White, Horse A c A RPATPHFR Branch; Stanley Byers, New Oklaho- Sheriff Ohio Co. ma; Ira Jones, Leach; E. J. Bratcher, SCHOOLS ARE GOING IN ALL THE DISTRICTS Lo-'n- tTi-i-a Com-pulsato- sos-nlo- iil Announcement Mr. Edsel B. ' Ford. President of n; A"-nniln- em-pIo;- nl , the Ford Motor Company, lakes following announcement: tie r; IrI-hca- rt. ; "We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford y, ; cars and Ford trucks, effective today. The new prices average $70.00 under former prices, and are lowest at which Ford cars and trucks have ever been sold. Lisiprices, F. O. B. Detroit, are now as follows: NEW PRICE OLD PRICE AMOUNT OF REDUCTION I Chassis ' Runabouts Touring Car 4 . $295 . $325 Truck Coupe $355 $445 S5S5 Sedan $660 $370 $415 $495 $695 $760 $ 50 $ 45 $ 60 $ 50 $100 $100 j I m I FIFTH ANNUAL WORLD TOUR OF AMERICA'S SECOND LARGEST INDEPENDENT CIRCUS BIG Combined With OKLAHOMA RANCH REAL. WILD ,WEST "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. On September 22; 1920, the price of the Ford Touring Car was reduced from $575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now $355, making total reductions of this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same proportionate reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the price of the Ford Sedan was $975 ; today it lists at $660 with the same equipment. " we are taking advantage of every known economy in the manufacture of our products in order that we may give them to the public at the lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel that we are doing the one big thing that will help this country into more prosperous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying when prices are right. "The Production of Ford cars and trucks for August again broke all previous high records with the totals reaching 117,696. This is the fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over the hundred thousand mark, the total for the four months being 463,074, which has gone along way in making possible the present reductions. June this year, Vith an output of 117,247, was the previous record month. One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased demand for Ford trucks and cars for salesmen. This class of commercial business has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and we interpret it as a good sign of improvement in general business. "No reduction has been made in the price of the Ford Tractor, and none is contemplated." Go over these new prices! See how little it costs to become the owner of a Ford Car or a Ford Truck. Can you really af ford to do without one any longer? ' a 200 150 HORSES, COW BOYS, Indians, Animal Actors, Performing Elephants 200 150 BRASS BANDS ' Let us tell you more about it and advise you regarding the delivery of the particular type car in which you are interested. 4 HIPPODROME AND ARENIC ACTS CLOWNS 30 tfZ Kl'XXV J eaver Dam Auto Co Both Phones. M ,,- k Jl OF EARTH'S RARE WILD ANIMALS M enasene freaks AND CURIOSITIES 0F . wk.' BEAVER DAM, KY. gSiSBSaSBgMSsaf rniiri?FQ O WILL EXHIBIT AT - . . "' Logans-lort ! LOW RATE RAIL EXCURSION FROM EVERYWHERE BEAVER ONK 1).V OXIiY AM I Monday, September 26. Admission, Adults 60c; Children 30c. War Tax Exhibitions 2:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. Included. RHODA ROYAL CIRCUS will exhibit at FORDSVILLE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Low rate excursions on both railroads. i.i n, imiii in loltoliflnlll. It 1)8- - The MJotIcs go to Central City Sunday In a'u effort to gather in IstK nocefwary to add two extra cam victory. to'accommodato on tho train In ordor are Koine Tho JIuJostlcs thorn. lloavor Dam has played ono game mighty good, thoy having won tho of n three game series with tho fast sevon or olght games In a rof . luet Provo aggregation at Riverside Park. s llouvor Dam split up, reorganized Tha two teams meet again this afterand otarted winning ball BaiuoB again. noon and again tomorrow. A change of blood was good 'for Tho old Hartford boys have been them. Cissel and Hurt aro tho man scraped togother once again nnd they voek will givo battlo to tho old Equality nd. The flr.st gunio wtnt to Hea- toam at Itlverslde Park Sunday n The Majesties vtry majestically ver Dam by the scoro " of 2 to 1. Cla-:at three o'clock. Jlnunlo (llonn rlimiphPd ovir tho mighty Potter at did the twirling nnd Glenn the will do tho receiving, "Twister' Do-- i U'ltchfleld Sunday. Potter ha boon reoelvlng. The Sunday name at Hart- ssurth will twirl. Eddie Duko will pitcher In as tho liot unit-prr.ited by the' pastlmo at Hrst, "Jodlo" Crowo at wlttfPar-ro- t ford went to the Heavers Tho Majestic ;or of to 1. Wcsterfleld twirled second, "Loin" Ciowe at short, 'Pap' on tho mound made htm turn tall for.llotiver Dam. Williams will be snagging thorn at ai.il cUvc for his hole. Threo hun-.i- .i third, with Leach, Walker ml Tins-loout in., lnvnl rmitora nccoin- UASKIlALIi mtlKl'S agers an'd nil high moguls. suffred rtcuut iv.ico List them, victory ought to b0 theirs. The Central Grovo Play tho Heaver Dam Blunon will aocond team this morning at 10 o'clock at Rlvar- -' sldo Parle. j nfter-non- el o D "". . Central (Jrovo inat n ,i....i.i i or Saturday. Tho tlm ga.no was lout to Hoaver Dam 5 to 3. Tho second WaB lost In KnKponl, T . c ... games wore fust games nnd tho fans wore quick to pronounce them tho best played this year, l.v thn s y nu-otl- ur working In tho outflold. Tlie Equality llnoup will probably include Itay, Wjthrow, Addlngton, Itowo, both tho Kvony boys, Urown, Darnard Hencor and Hray-Ho- y Tlngcolo. Tho Equality boys can expect a hard fight. The Riverside bunch have-nobeen playing togothor and somo of them havo not played for sivural weoks, but thoy ought to put up a stiff fight and if tho broaku go to t Orovo boys. n.i WANTED low-prico- d, VALLEY TIRES. $125.00 per week and commission. VALLEY TIRE Co., Broad- - N way, St. Jtisepb, Mich. i2tip guaranteed Man with car to soil