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NUMBER 13 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ' COUNTY CROP CONDITIONS genekal news camp died and left considerable estrusted our all with Mob Slack. There MAhE LATE IMPROVEMENT tate to one of his sons, disinheriting CHEMICAL ULAST was nyvcr n ninn of greater loyalty Legal Importations, of llaujf to his friends than Hob Slack. There the other one, who had led a rocky 180,000 gallons during tho first After ono of tho sovorest Iroughts sort of life. The dovlseo being withFALL TERM OF COURT was nover a truer friend. There was TAKES BIB TOLL In recent years, rains came Just In a out Issue the disinherited brother denovcr In our observation, a man of eight months of the present year. Prohibition Commissioner It. A. nick of tlmo, to save a threatening cided to murder him that lie might higher sense of honor than Robert Hnynes has recommended that the condition Very early corn grown fall heir to tho estate. Familiar Slnck. Good Progress Being Made was materially with his brother's bedroom the negro Many Germans Lost In TerHe has lived In Owensboro nearly salary of distillery warehouse guards on tho highlands Hu has Bono through bo cut fro m$1500 to $1200 a year. damaged, but later planting and the stole Into his room nt night and at- forty years. And Much Litigation rific Explosion; Propmany personal trials. Ho has roared Attendance at the Stale Fair, valley lands were saved by the late empted to brain him with a club. Dut Is Disposed Of. erty Loss Great all precipitation. a large and most Interesting family. Louisville, liiht week, eclipsed 'tho sleeper had swapped ends In lls County Farm Agent Mclnteer es- bed vthat night, and the club fell on Ho litis suffered adversity, but trudg- - forme records, and was the- l.trgi st cd on manfully nover relaxing In his of tho twenty-sove- n state faK hold timates a corn yield approximating his feet, breaking both legs. Screams Paris, Sept. 21 Ono thousand 90 per cont of a normal crop. Tho of the assaulted man brought other The September term of the Ohio efforts ns a good citizen and as n thls year. Postmaster General Hays has Issu- corn Is well advanced for tho season, occupants of the house to tho room, persons are reported to havo Jieen. Circuit court opened hero Monday lawyer to do the best for his comwith nil officers In attendance. Ono munity In tho'dark hours, ns In tho ed .in order requiring postmasters at and two more weeks will Insure it and the assailant got a term In the killed and soveral thousand othora Injured at Oppau, near Frankonthal, of tho .smallest crowds seen hero In brighter onos; nnd he has made good. first, second and third class offices against damago from frost. A well ponetentlury for his mlsake. In tho Rhine Palatinate, through ex-a--tmatured, sound crop will be assured. on m first day of this court, His unfailing optimism, his rndlent to work olght hours a day. yi.irs plosions in a chemical product plant, ROLD HOLDUP HERE The world's crop Is estimated for Tobacco will bo the best crop of and Infectious smile, his groat chnrl- was pn'KUJit. according to a Mae.ice message to Petit Jurors empaneled wore: J. J. ty toward his fellowmau, has served this season ns about 95 per cent of the season. The growth has been ' Three Owensboro men were held up ths Havas agency received her touniform, and It Is now maturing In Keown, Chnrles Smith, W. A. Loyd, him and thoso who have enjoyed his that of last year. Tho council of tho Loague of Na- condition. About half of by a negro and robbed of $80 here, day. I.onnlo Cook, Thud Hnmard, Martin i friendship well. Tho town of Oppau Itself was enAs a lawyer he has held his own lions is holding Its second session the crop has been cut nnd the remain-do- r lato Saturday afternoon. A crcwd Porter, Ernest Morris, Frank Maple, t Is rapidly ripening. However, of more than a hundred ,men were tirely destroyed by tho explosions, tho Dudley IMtiiuiiier. Sherman Coleman, among the best; ns Judge he could nt Oonova, Switzerland. John A. only be fair nnd Just, nnd In point of! It Is estimated Hint 12,000,000 not more than half a crop was plant- drinking moonshino whisky and play- advices state. J. G Davis. It. ing poker In tho woods Just south of Tho forco of tho shock was felt tliivinnnil U l Mlriklff., .Initios C. ( ability he will be far above tho av- - Husslnus have perished since the 'be- ed. Racent rains have been very bene- town, so tho report goes, and when for a distance of nearly forty miles Dennett, Dyer Davis, Joe S. Uoniiott. ornge of those on tho bench in 'Ken ginning of tho war In 1911. Cost of living in England Is reput- ficial to late gardens, ind have InMir-o- d the threo men started up town they around. In Mannheim ono person I'nsley Drown, L. C. Hoovor, Wll- - tucky. good pastures until killed by frost. were followed by tho negro, who hold was killed and nbout flfty Injured. The circuit Judgeship comes to him ed to be 120 per cent above pre-wlimn Lake, John T. Coleman, Elbort ' The late reason has been unusually thorn up with a braco of revolvers Curdcn, Diidlo Raymond.4 jat'a most fitting tlmo of llfo, and heto..t. Alayence, Germany, Sept. 21. Tho murder charge against Fatty favorable for the growth of lato po- - and relieved them of their cash. It The following names wnro drawn will at all times lend dignity to tho EVERY LAWYER AND Arbuckle has resulted in the burring totos, but only a light crop was plant- - Is said the negro was from Aladlson- - Eight hundred persons are reported from the Jurv wheel and ordered sum- - office jnc.d for Jury service: O. V. Wll - LITIGANT WILL (SET JUSTICE, .of play. In which. he has appeared, od. Sweet potatoes will yield abun ville. A local colored man, repentinc to have been killed and many injur . . . . . . ..... .. . .. Hams. Ed Ashby, L. K. ward, rreu .NUi'iiiisn murk aim xsutiiicsu iroiii yie movio nouses, anu film dantly. Tho sorghum crop, an avor- - a story of the incident remarket that ed today by explosions in tho Badi3-ch- ff M. UNLESS AT THE .HANDS OF JUDGE producers stand to lose S3.500, 000 nge one in acreage, is in fine condl- - "A colored "gentloman" -- hold ' up AnIIInfabrik work's at Oppau. AI V. Johnson. Wnortlmrn. tlon and evaporation Is in progress. three white "fellers" and took their near Frankenthal, in tho Rhine Palafis the result. Crowder. II. L. Render, W. R. Taylor, RODERT W. SLACK tinate. A half million railroad workers Little weed land is being plowed cash." J F. Hicks, G. O. Day, C. F. Don-wTho disaster appears to have been. have voted to decline to accept the ' for wheat, but much corn and tobnc-1- 2 (now dead), H. W. Stevens, W. LEIJANON, TENNESSEE MAN IAGHTNING KILLS HORSE onQ of tho most ttrrlblo in tho hispercent reduction in wages which co land will be sown to this crop DIMMED HERE TUESDAY H. Aladdnx, J. P. Southard, Allen tory of industrial catastrophies. went Into offoct July 1. Twice the aarengo of last season will Johnson. 'T. H. Tatum, John Plrtlo, A horse belonging to Alike Cooper The first explosion occurred when , On account of business engaging probably be sewn. A. Edge, E. C. Tho romalns of Air. A J. Casey of J II Dlunkonshlp. J. Hogs for feeding purposes nre of AIcHonry, was killed by lightning tho shifts wero being changed at 7:45 Lebanon. Tonnessee. wore brought the attontion of Air. Tichenor. Air. Daird. These Jurors were on various ex- lirn TniMirtnv anil Interred In Oak- - denize JohiiROii is actlnc lallar dur- - ararcs. nnd arp sellln-- r much above' a' 'ne n'r grounds dttrirg a Storm a. m., in a laboratory where S0O The horse was hitched to men wero working. All of these are. cuses relieved from .sorvlce: G. G. wood cemetery. Tho remains were ing the present term oJ circuit court, the market price. Only a few herds Saturday. two Air. Sam Riley of Owensboro, was of qattle are being fed for the fall a llmb somo distance from a tree,, roported to have been killed. Alnplo, J. G. Davis, Pres-- 1 accompanied by his wife nnd Day. Frank rmiprnl son-icowero con- - n- ,, re' and a peculiar feature of the incident Shocks Felt 40 Allies Away. cunat nf relatives in Hartford tho market.. are these but y Drown, Will Noal, Klbort Cardon, Hnim ........... This explosion was followedby a, ported in good condition. Walter was that none of tho trees landing first of the week. R. E. Eudnly. W. A. Loyd. ducted by Rev. Russell Walker. Ed Ashby, rapid succession of others, whicll Twenty msskod men bound the Campbell, Al Sheffield, Watt Taylor, near by v,m 3truck. and Air. Casey was a Journalist, CASES HEARD rendered assistance to the first vicII. Alaildox vs. W. P. Gravos, a rhad published newspapers In Owens- - guards and got away with three bar- - Solon Chinn, Arvin Tichenor and J. .METHODIST CONFIDENCE W. tims impossible. The concussions suit to settle title to Umber, dismissed boro, Ilopklnsvlllo, Russcllvllle, and rols of whisky and S8 cases from a A. Caldwell aro tho largest feeders of SITTING AT SCOTTSVILLK wore so distillery Alonday market cattle, terrific tha,t they were felt in He wns formorly owner Nelson county settled, with orders for tho defend - Lebanon. this city, some thirty-fiv- e miles from out to pay plaintiff $19 duo on timber and editor of tho Oonsboro Inqulr-- , night. The Loulcville conference of the tho sceno, AIRS. ANGIE IjEACII while at Alanheim, thirteen The valuo of the South's cotton cancellation of contrnct and er. Ho was about sixty years old. to date, Episcopal church is hold- miles Alothodlst distant, almost every window-wa-s idnlntlff allowed until January 1, He Is survived by his widow and two crop is enhanced $500,000,000 by tho ing Its annual session at Scottsvllle shattered and several persons Airs, Angle Leach died at tho home to remove timber from promises sons, Walker of Nashville, Tennessee, increase In market value of the sta- 1922 la Allen county this week, with were killed and thirty-si- x pie within the pa3t two months. of hor daughter, Airs. D.' Lee Barnes Bishop Denny or plaintiff. and Dudley English of Alemphls. others inof Richmond, Virginia, jured by debris. Tho Homo Telephone Co. of Louis - 'at Beaver Dam, Monday. Funeral presiding. Air Casey marilcd AIIss Lydla Wal A. W. .Morgan vs. A; K. Miller, a The conference comprises Some persons were killed at suit to settle title to land. Dismissed ker, daughter of tho late Hon. E. D. ivlll Is proparlng to install an auto - services were held at the Beaver Dam about 60,000 membora, and will bo across the river from settled, with order to each litigant to Walker, of Hartford, and was veil- - matlc call system by which a patron Baptist Church by Rev. C. C. Davis, attended by about 400 ministerial Alanheim, many roofs were blown oft by tho older may directly call tho party wanted pay his own costs. known and admired after which burial was in Sunnysido and lay members. houses and The National Prohibition enforce- cemetery. Death was due chiefly to II. T. Holbrook vs. Huff Collier Co. citizens o't tho city, The conference will continue in ses- town were Jill the windows in tha broken at Worms, whllo ment department has issued a stafe- - ravages of age. plaintiff given default Judgment for assignwas sion until Alonday, when the at Oppau itself nothing remains but Airs. Leach's first husband mont declaring hqme brewing and UEAVER D.VAI STORE HORDED $S0. ment of preachorswlll be announc- a heap of ruins. -- Acme home fomentation of alcoholic never - Alartln Porter, father of Attorney J, ed. It is expected Jones Co., vs. W. E. Bills, that the Rev. T peremptory instruction for dismissal of J. T. YIncont ages aro a violation of tho prohibition Alack Porter and Mrs. Lee Barnes, T. Frazier, pastor of the local church, , The shock was felt as far as FrankTho general store and defendant given Judgment for and Son nt Beaver Dam, was burglar- laws. After the death of Air. Porter she will be returned to tho- - charge for fort, more than forty miles away, and many windows wero broken, costs. Tho city council of Chicago has was married to Air. John Leach, now about $25C ized Sunday night ard another year. there. H. Wilson Conipanyvs. Clarence C. worth of clothing nnd shoes stolen barred meetings of the Klu Klux Klan deceased. Five young men of the Owensboro ' Tho wholo district was enveloped Leo Involving contrnct for sale of The thieves gained cntranco to the In that city. district havo been licenced to preach. .MAN in thick smoke which, together with, was awarded building by forcing a rear door. BONDSA1EN SURRENDER poultry, the plaintiff Two hundred of the 700 workers They arc: W. F. Davidson, Owensbothe cutting of telegraph and teleJudgment for $S5. Later In the night two men carry- In the Henderson cotton mills walk- ro; Jam en C. Hayden, Owensboro; phone Ferguson, vs. William Fer- ing bundles were, in tho act of board od out Alonday because leaders in i E. G. Roach, AIcHonry, under communication with neighborAunlo Alarvln Glenn, Calhoun; S. AI. Dean, ing towns, hampered the efforts at guson, suit for divorce, plaintiff was ing a train at AIcHonry, vhon tho their organization had been dijeharg-'charc- e of carnally knowing a female ...... .. rt .nii.nn,i ,iAianHtrn frnvrt ' nil Thn rnnrilHnri wns nlso rurfrr:ivat-- l utirlm atTtiwn vpnra nf r.trn nnil at Hartford, and William Hill, of the assistance. awarded $75 alimony pending settlei.ifA1I the available fire brigades worj . ment of suit. drorplng n part of ,ed becauso of a fourth cut of ten per liberty on bond was surrendered by them a fright and, ,. c Hinklo Shoo company vs. T. C. their load, made a get away. Tho, com in wages. rushed to the spot, but tho work or hi3 bondman Wednesday, and lodged FARMER'S BARN BURNS Stratton', verdict for plaintiff. Tho special electipn in New Alexi- - in Jail. Roach, who is a married rescue was found by tho relief partles-t- o goods rocovored vero Identified as tho Butler Bros. vs. Otho Dexter, ver- property of the Vincent store. Aloro co, usually a Democratic state and man, Is charged with improper be excedlngly difficult. Fire originating in somo mysteryoung sister-in-laon to show the country how lctions with-hi- s dict for plaintiff for $05. Rescurers who penetrated Oppau than half of the stolen goods wcro ious if not Incendiary manner, deAIIss Alorrlo. Standard Candy company vs. Otho recovered. unpopular tho Harding admlnlstra-'- n Tho young woman stroyed a barn belonelnir to Air. reported finding hundreds of dead Dexter, vordlct for plaintiff in tho Roach's Thomas Ragland, near Roslno, Thurs- - and wounded lying In the debris. Tho storo was burglarized tlon was growing, elected a RepubH- - is destined to motherhood The Vincent sum of $C5. soveral months ago, and ono of tho can United States senator Wednes- - securities grew suspicious tact ho was day night. An automobile, 150 uninjured Inhabitants fled in panic Crescent Grocery company vs. thloves is now serving a trm in tho day, by a substantial majority. going to skiddoo, and surrendered bushels of corn, a new wagon and when tho explosions occurred. Reports from tho sceno variously James Laws, verdict. for plaintiff for penitentiary. Alorris Galvln, Rpubllcan member him to the court, other valuable .property were de m $264. of the stato central committee of tha stroyed. Losses aggregated $15Q0 describe tho disaster a3 due to tha s, Cal P. Keown vs. Airs. John by al LOUISVILLE "WOMAN DIES explosion of a gas or spirits tank. Sixth district, was Indicted DR. GEORGE SAIITH DEAD wlth,only $400 insurance. verdict for plaintiff for $68.55. Franklin county grand Jury Inicon- Besides causing hundreds of John S. Daughorty was granted an In killed and injured the exAirs. Ida Petty, wife of Rev. V AI. CENTRAL CITY BEATS .MclIENRY George Smith died nt his homo noction with tho Blair pardon. Dr. ortler of divorce from Alary J. near Hickory Grove church Friday. plosions did enormous material damEvnhsvlllo city authorities have! Petty, pastor of the Jeffersontown, Daughorty. Buttling on home grounds, Central age. His death was caused by paralysis. said "Thou shalt not" meet bore, to.Ky., Alcthodlat ,hur,h, died of yellow J. J. Janiagln vs. Bond Tio com- Ho was neurly eighty years old. A tho organizers of the , notorious Ku jaundice, Sunday. Tho remains were City defeated AlcIIenry Sunday by pany, a stilt Involving n claim for Klux Klan. interred in the Evergreen cemetery, tho close score of 2 to 1, before ono Tho region In the Rhine Palaplnato wife anil two children survivo him. 5900 on a tio contract. Jury returnAfter recessing for thirty days, Louisville. explosion of tho largest and most enthusiastic whero today's disastrous Dr. Smith came to this couufry ed verdict for dofendont. Airs. Petty was formerly AIIss ,Ida crowds of tho season. Scotland many years ago, and congress will reassomblo Alonday. Tho visitors occurred was developed during tho from ot Betting odds in the mayorallty race Park, and was reared near, Batrrti's camo on a special train, bringing a war into ono of the most extonslvo was wollknown throughout tho counAYE SALUTE JUDGE SLACK ty ns a canpor doctor. He claimed, to In Loulsvlllo aro 4 to 1 in favor of Ferrj. She married Rev. F. AI. Pet- Brass Band and more than 500 peo- and productive of Germany's choml-c- al yars ago. Air. ty twenty-fiv- e munition supply districts. ple. a secret prococs of treating that Judge Qulnn. Undor tho abovo caption tho Owqns-bor- o hive Oppau Itself is a comparatively-smal- l The county Judges of the stato hold nt that time lived near Sulphur Tho samo was fast and furious Ulscaoo, and many por3ons have tostl-fio- il Alussfnger tho loading 'Demotown with only a few thousto having received material ben-fl- ts a meeting at Owensboro Wednesday Springs. Her mother, Airs. Amanda from the start, AlcIIenry getting three cratic payor In western Kentucky, and Thursday of this wek. Park, brother, Carson Park, and sis- - hits off the Spud King, Hill, and and population, but nearby aro his treatment. from paid tho following high tribute to tho The Judge, of the1 Loxlngton pollco tor, Airs. Arthur Wilson of Narrows, Central City flvo off Parrott. Col. Franknthnl? a considerably largo & porsonal worth and professional abilcourt holds that a man who gives no and Will Park of Fordsvllle, survlv Joun T, Aluy reporting tho game place, and Ludwlgshafon, which has ( ity of Judrto R. W. Slack, Just after PRACTICING FOR .MOVIES moro vlgoious ovldenco of being her. She leaves two children, Dr. says "AIcHonry lias not only a first a population of 75,000 and which GIRli GETS I JOYS IN DAD his eloctloil In 1915: drunk than staggering on tho street Carlllo Potty' of Lynch, Ky., and u rato ball team, but the nicest set of during the war wus accounted the a Republican cirIf wo must' havo young daughter. is not finable for drunkenness. boys and fans that havo visited Cen- largest of tho Gorman chemical man An Evansvlllo girl with movie star Hayden Campflold 14, nnd Elslo cuit Judge In tho Owensboro district, ufacturing plants for war purposoa. tral City in quite a while." ASSAULTED WRONG END. Jiow fortunate are wo that It Is to bo ngpiratioii3 wns giving exhibitions Havener 15, Owensboro school chilThe chomfcal works there aro still Batteries for AlcIIenry, Parrott of hor bodily beauty to a numbor of dren, slipped over to Roekport and Robert W. Slack. and Phelps; for Contral City, Hill on. a vast scale. It is about seven Only through darkness confusing Search tho district ;vor and whoro young boys In a barn, nonr Fordavlllo got married. Tho groom's father has miles southoast of Frankonthal nd and Sodor. could bo found li momber of tho bar a few nights ago, when Censor Wal- announced his willingness to finish the wlelder of a foico slat did a Contral City will piny AlcIIenry drroctly across tlis Rhine from Alanu-heii- n. Contral City man escape possible on who would bo moro acceptable nnd ter Burden dropped In on tho per- - rearing tho, children. the letter's grohnds Sunday, and moro trustworthy In tho estimation formanco.and arrested tho entlro au During tho wir th0 rogion was freConstables In Detroit took tho body doath during tho fair here last week. those who lovo a real live ball gumo dience. Burton said he could toler-nt- o of u woman out of her coffin, after Tho Contral City chap and a local people? quently bombarded by Allied olr of tho whole fig leaves but no exhibitions In tho undertaker haif failed to collect man ongaged in a fight Friday night. should not miss tho occasion. We havo known Bob Slack pretty squadrons, Ludwlgshafon being their thirty-fou- r years tho nude could bo pulled; off In tho from tho husbund the price of the The homo.man knocked' the vlultor WANTED, HUOn BUSHELS COALtolorably well for parjlc'ular target. down and proceeded to bhllnlali him moro than n third of a century. Wo barns around Fordsvllle whllo ho casket. Ono of the most circumstantial rewith a fonce slat, but In tho darliuoss t havo known him us a pemocrat and, held tho position of olllclnl censor. Hai Ifonl School Board will leeclvo ports of tho disaster says that thir WOMAN'S CJLUIl TO AIEET Tho offonders woro brought before beat up his foct Instead of his head. bids for 1000 bu. slack and 1O0O bu. flrst explosion ocourrsd In Labora'ns a Republican.4" And In all these The Woman's Club will meot with The C. C. man loft for homo on the lump years wo havo nove.r known one thing 'Saulro Bon Rice's court and a numto bo dclltcml nt school tory No. 53 of the old' plant of tho of Bob Slack to his discredit. Wo ber of them were Ipt off with flues, Airs. J. S. Golnn Saturday afternoon lato Saturday train, with brokei liiitlilliiKVduriiiK Ortober. Ix'uvo jour Budlsoho Company In Oppau. Tho but Orlqji Wade's offense was con- nt 2:30 o'clock. This will be the bonoH In his foot ami a bamlago on .scaled Mils with C. O. Hunter, nt laboratory was raided bodily by the havo never known'hlm to do a thing. "Wo never felt that sidered moro serious by tho Justice, first gathering of the society, slnco his bond. Hunk of HartfonI,'U'foio October 1st. air p retail ro from the shock and then This Incident reminds us of u story All coal to Ih- - iwlulird. ho was cnpablo of doing a dlshon- - who find Wado $15 nnd 15 days In last spring. The roll will bo called Itmiril mv. collapsod, not n single one of the. S00 workers In It escaping death, orablo thing. There has never been Jail Marshal Burden delivered Wade and program for futuro meetings of told by an army officer, Some timet M - rvi - t. right to reject' ull bids, A nigro living near the army ago. the club formulated. this account states. c. O. HUNTER, Secretary. a tlmo when we womld not have to the Jail Thursday morning, briefer i I ar . ........ i ; ell i J j j ' ! en, , - , -- I , Alca-dow- caa-ualtl- es I - IfflSY AMD SETS THE tack n coat to nllow for "soiling coat." The Ford products nro sold thrn S8ecn That Economy Meth- - but only n amall portion of the prlcp cJ3rlalces Possible Many the buyer py la churgeabl to "sp1-In- g Ir'.tullv coat," for the ninrhlne IPrtcc Reductions ell thpinarUrh. So perturbed Is the business vorl '. over whnt Ford has "tUnd" tint a Is million workers In this writer In i trade magajsln-- says that , Iftnolj anHizr at aiot working' now. Tho Ford's demonstration Is enough ton fciit48N lili ei eats nrc floundoiin,! In "command thj Interest of tvory that has a salesman on Its payand no-oof stngnatlon ai roll." Tho question is raised whethtr:rts rthlo to lead them out ti er In most cases the salesman Is not Henry Ford a superfluous and expensive middleXfc I'ronilMul Land as Ford calls to bolng the mliiBt;lal man a miBum nearnr DIcmmi1 ihnti anyone else; ho Is tho him. It Is In the railroad field that XwftSJIndor'of the economic world. )Io consternaTs sntf wnly pointing tho way back to Ford has caused the most tion of lnte. As overyone knows, he aorraaltv but Is doing what few lead bought up the old bankrupt Detroit, ra tw willing to do namely going This iitwatl and himself showing tho way. Toledo and Ironton railroad. within the last year he road was ji failure, as the railroad Yhrbt limes men ran they ran It Into the ba rnrinuod the prices of the Ford ground. It, for went on tho principle They prwrtimw the latest cut being Sept. "chnrglng all tho traffic would 2mA Alrst of tho other auto makers of nam) Jip their strength telling boar"; they rode the road, instead of Imim making It servo the public, and they 'rita r.fcjr couldn't reduce their prices ompldycd an army of freight solicikaaf u each case they have been to get buc!iMBirEl?9U to follow llonry's example tors and other "salesmen" jHt ajmnanre lowered rates; they had siness. Ford at once got rid of a whole to Nbi ft if lhey wanted any buslnoss. lot of useless employees. Of course Tord la one of the most Bleat men in the industrial field, for the labor unions' kicked. lie shocked fctor jriKunm that ho insists on acting the whole railroad world by doing iipjiidentl.v; ho will not enter in- - nway with the freight soliciting der sw fninblne or union to restrict partment. He wnt on the idea tlu pwj.lunlon or keep prices up. The If the s'rvine was in lo good cno-.uoiIkkt -- Toncerns are mortally afraid of and cheap oioiigh the road would not Iijxk. .'bey ncvpr know whnt he may have to ') n it an 1 beg f'ir Dullness clt; aur .morning the newspapers "Service to ilto public" wa the mot as with his auto. to lie udoo 'd, nmi raiMtinncothat there has been Tho road was soon making goori on i Jn rd prices. 2N wonder the auto Insurance com-jj- .f money, and" the 'inly thing he has Jo NEW PRICE AMOUNT OF xi their annual convention Just complain o i tnut the government OLD PRICE will not allow him to lower his rates REDUCTION betac.'. wtPil a practical boycott of the Their excuse was as fast as he would like. He knows machine $ 50 .ha. Ford prices are not 'staudardlz-)T- " that the lower he makes the rates .autU amt Ford machines are so the more business he will get, while ifci.&r Jliat ereiybody wants them. the other roads go on the principle Tvixaax hlxh-tonautos aro such poor that the people must patronize ... . $ 60 fesjgf&taa that the auto thieves will them any way and that service and economy have nothing to do with the Mo wvti atal them. 50 Xjtw pi- Ford prices are always good case . Now comes Henry with the still news- r the people, and so the Path ;... The moie revolutionary proposition tuat JTwn alwajs tells of them. UimmhJ .prices aro now actually low- - the railroads are built on altogether urtiwii flier were at tho lowest time 'too heavy a scale. He condemns btfwre SbB war; so that here is ono the present huge locomotives and sisjafwennrmortltyat leaijt that Is back trains as moneyeaters. His idea is to us roinng-stocmat win weign "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. On September 22, 1920, ti ratxraal and then some. .ordinary chassis is $295; only a third of what tho present type the price of the Ford Touring Car was reduced from $575 to .$440; June 7th to $415, "Tho 200 ton locomotive fcni- tiithsib $445; touring car $355, weighs. and. now $355, making total reductions of this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same or ivitt Marter and demountable rims of today cannot be justified; it only 5f it. Va War tax and freight from wears out the rails, when such rails proportionate reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the price of lTauSic of course are extra, as on all ought to last a hundred years" he 19 the Ford Sedan was $975; today it lists at $GG0 with the same equipment. says. :mtmi .IsJt any wonder that the " we are taking advantage of every known economy in the He figures that with lighter rollXTUbt and farm implement pemanufacture of our proople are complaining because the ing stock a larger amount of business ducts in order that we may give them to the public at the lowest possible price, and by fiKwmuTs.axp buying Fords Instead of can be handled, with far less fuel doing that, we feel that we are doing the one big thing that will help this country into teawwUtrb, cream separators, and consumption and at reduced rates, whllo nt the same time the employees Kitrvk utensils on which the prices more prosperous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying when prices Jtanr not been properly reduced? can be better paid. The present railare right. .Matt order houses are now selling for roads confess that they aro piaking "The Production of Ford cars and trucks for August again broke all previous high no money and that they are a failure "iftos ihuii$7 a pulley that can be to the hind wheel of a Ford, They havo come to what the French records with the totals reaching 117,696. This is the fourth consecutive month in so rtun the machine can be belted up call an "impasso" a place from which our output has gone over the hundred thousand mark, the total for a.32 H.ial to supply power for any pur- which there is no exit. Their trains the four pose. They also sell for about $80 havo been getting heavier and more months being 463,074, which has gone along way in making possible the present reovred "express" body to go on costly tracks and bridges therefore ductions. June this year, with an output of 117,247, was the previous record month fhtr Font chassis, and this makes a required. The investment is so great One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased demand for Ford cheap service is impossible. It tim- for light hauling and gen- - that trucks and cars for salesmen. This class of commercial business has been gradually increasing as well as for carrying Is a mathematical problem and it ha, vrii p&roe.s, the no answer. Wifamily on trips. oiaij nay a auu we imeijueb as a guou sign or improvement m general business Of course the hidebound old rall-ioa- d is 1n,iilain English if the other "No reduction has been made in the price of the Ford Tractor, and none is men scoff at the Ford idea, just want to do a big business, as contem i'VT) ?s riolng, they should follow his as tho hidebound auto makers bcoffed plated 'itlM(8 and put prices down where at him when he said he would mak Go over these new prices! See how little it costs to become the Umj will get ftit-- business. There Is autois so cheap that ovoryone who owner of Car or a Ford Truck. Can you really afford to do without one any longer? nn tiuiiHllon that the Ford way is the wanted ono could have It. Ford now rmvwMt'a way. A dispatch from bells more autos and makes more DHj.rrii sayb. "Figures made public money than all his old rivals put toi ir"hh Ford Motor Co. paid its gether, and ho can afford to smile intax.'.--. Sept. 1 revealed that dulgently at their feeble efforts. n Tho fact Is that the railroads are Ilcwxy Is on the way to become His alroady being put out of business to tJv- - who.st man In the world. tscfUto property is put at $2G3,000,-Ot- t. a large extent because they are un tMit tho actual value is far above able to furnish the good and economithe public fhi' Some bankers put his wealth cal service that competing want. Motoraro with them Ford him-n- -trucks ns IriKb as $750,000,000. tas said that ho doesn't, know strongly and taking business away hi-riBcb lie Is worth and doesn't from them. The Curro'llton and Worthvlllc "It "va-- i btatonient showed that the i railroad in Kentucky, a Httlo road, la Co. 4ias about $55,000,000 onJtlic only ono in the stato that has not . Ic '' . m OHsh. Tho building etc. aro' raiaod rates. The managers solved im j.r $47,000,000, the machinery at tho problem by laying up their steam at locomotive, and auhbtltutlng gasoline .S.:..i,W)0 and the good-wihIhwi the wine. Tho Ford Co. as-- -i driven cars. A trip with tho steam r3tl about $203,000,000. ft waa uutfit coat the company $15 whllo i vi lew liiontlik. ago that Ford's rl- -' with the gas outfit It is only $2. OthIt' f'ifttt'i ft v I. vnre claiming that he hadn't er railroads are now studying this llfcil atCMiXKKM i .vbIi money to pay his taxes and .Idea. "mum terrorized. -,' wo,k Idle freight cars dee'reaned b hi 'nuuHMSS was practically, Des Moines U without strott-cu- r -(JOOII TIMKS A II I'M l more than 23,000. Now th- - people living along tho . t'.u Hut it Is probable. If the jgurvlce fur tho reason that tho trolley nor! .. i. ptI,,m0V,',,,CMt "i,ek o good development like t nith wer "known, they would like linos have also come to an "Impasso" line havi appealed to Henry Kurd to H Tho (lovernmuiu's midlness l""r K'ml tluvelop,et8. tak tlu'ir road and run it. Hut I' t a tithe of that aaiueuuU can no longer supply service at Hotter times are ahead for Amorl-cu- n and ability to help business. Aid ron-- ALri, d : ' .ir industry and liualnesa, but, no ono ruin'' themselves. Moreover prices that the public can puy. So they tire ho helpless u that, It U not red the eotton and livostock Indus-trio- s he w condition, industry is bo- likely that Ford will holp them out. should oxpoct a miraculous recovery ln-- t i afoi .inly iu the auto trade but motor busses uro now bolug used groatly accelorated tholr rcov-rIf he undertook to run every little this winter from existing depression, nudif, 1 Tm- w" tho i.Chr lints thMt Ford has stud. uvrt and line helped tho whoU agriculhe would a Washington dispatch to thu Wall tural (I,olhBmyiM)t Thy operutlou of the Mlasouri and railroud In the country, f onie thing"; be has liitrii- U bulnrsi. It wus agreed. other equipment, tho process of ov "idaas which are niaking North Arkansas railroad, which serv-E- s' make a failure of It. lint the exam- Stroot Journal says. I Depletion of stocks In almost ' ",:;:,? m,h " This fairly o.prossoe tho outlook all lines of merchandise to a point la many linwn of buxluss ed a territory ovor 300 miles long. ple thut he hae eet Is us free as the rapid. patent will be tremendously tveMf. i ask llieinselves serioualy has liefii altogether suspended. Here goxpel; there Is nowho on his Idea for tho coming winter hold by Gov- whoro buying in groater or loss de-ghas tho Mime ernment official, economists, hunk-or- s .)! Imveu't lioen going tho obstacle is the labor unions. The and anyone else u in will soon bo Inevitable. .U the time. The avere liti- - railroad men not only refused to ac- -, amount of fetnmluu can go and do and Imulnoss nion. Kiigoiie .Meyer, Jr.. director nr n,Q r,;it . . l i . on rpi any cut In wug.-- s but made it so likewise. vuiMOJX detwuds mainly I'neis upon wnion prumoiions of War Finance Corporation, who Is In e honoring conditions woro buBod, aro ( charge of the Cloveriimunt's eUu could operate the viirusti ml "selling talk "to stll Its that rellof ; Juggs I bay, do you think lllnks a briefly: Tlio anleaineu often promise line. Ilridgoa wore burned, bombs work for !msineH, said tho next nlno 1 The reuont development In cot- ty days will show much improvement. mw r. ibu can lis fulfilled, and the placed under engines, trains thrown man to ho trusted? For Infants and ; Why, rather. ton which has relousod largo 'sums of (ulk efton provtM to have off t reeks, air hoso out. wutur tanks Children lluggs Trusted? "Thore In no doubt from the facU In Use For money for uso not only In tho South that wo aro in bettor condition TuAnUy wtiul. drained, dostruatlvo chumlcala put in I'd triint hi in with my Ufa. lui-Years h,.. Alway, bears Over has lMtfler, emsry put In uuglnu bearings VvmI iloiei no Julvurtlalng-nnjubb-- uu, wo wuro," said Meyer. "Cotton help, A' juu, uui nuu iiuiiuug uui uiaunnuru. , 2 London Ideas. Increased railroad tonuago; lust od ercutly, and will continue to help Tn. mJcsuien In ttiu senao that the to ruin them, and all new employees of value, I mean. ototy a new pace others have; he depends on tlio disputable merits of his machine. practical service, to bring him In- s. In hti.il-nan- manufacturers big por centnge on their fjtory nil Practically Annou nceme J con-cor- vrPiJ-jnipS- nt In-t- "non-essentia- l" Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, makes the -- following announcement: dls-liU- fti "We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford cars and Ford trucks, effective today. The new prices average au-utJ- yi under formerprices, and are lowest at which Ford cars and trucks have ever been sold. List prices, F. O. B. Detroit, are now as follows: S70.00 Chassis Runabouts Touring Car Coupe ,. Truck Sedan 3295 $325 $355 $445 $595 $660 $345 $370 $415 $495 $695 $760 $45 $ $100 $100 K ?' har-vtax- w i con-'ihit- Pot n il'ord Mjr-Hfoth- wii Let us tell you more about it and advise you regarding the delivery of the particular type car in which you are interested. T Beaver Dam Auto Co. I i Both Phones. BEAVER DAM, KY. ll ilgKwTiBE3Sml wsiiixto.v IfflMWBIIlBtiWfilhO !. - .oy ,7 y. xs.-t- ed lwi . i, re ... no-on- i;. CASTOR rA 30 "iv-.haa- i ' V YOKK IK THE name tho pcrsonnol of tho oxocuttvo STATE'S METROPOLIS committee of the association anil tho WOlll.irS HIGHEST CITY ECTES& up ii)erfi0"8 named with the officers ujn nirnrI lllllllWAlA ""k the nxt Legislature to hum a I UN Kngland porslsis In calculating OARS KUKLUX KLAN ill III the population of London on nn area law providing for submission to tho j voters 700 squaro miles In extent, tho question of voting bonds It la I.. !. to build ronds. " hub way aiono innt sne manages i ; wr Good Roads Association FasrK' 7a mr wssf For tho retirement of the bonds In Congress Will Take Hand In to keep ahead of tho population of' New York City. Tho latter is basevent the bond Issuo carries, the as- vors Building Now And Curbing Dangerous ed on an nren of 315 square mlks, soclatlon indorsed the plan to have all Paying Later. Organization. I or half tho amount of territory that ' revenues derived from automobile li gasothe Ilritish motropolls Includes. This cense taxation from the tax on Is putting Now York up against a line and tho three-ceadvalorom Submission to tho people of Ken- tax now imposed for road purpose. Meetings of the Kuklux Klnn will combined population not only or the Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which hns fcsw. tucky for tholr npprovnl at tho It was set forth In the resolution, hot be tolerated In Louisville, It was city of London hut Its suburbs and in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature i& (inrliost possible moment, of n bond which was declared to be tho judgannounced by tho IJonrd of Public environs as well. Although the Brit Ihhuo for r.O,O0O,0OO tho first ish, by the count Just made, say the ment jf the association "that If such nf which shall lie devoted ex- a program Is carried out by tho (J ch- Safoty, following a conference with population of London Is 7,470,000 clusively to the construction of tho op. Assembly nnd approved by the Mayor Georgo Welsslnger Sinltjt. persons, it is really Greater London All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooam butr: present prlmnry system of roods In people, that the bond issuo can be A few hours before tho announce- that they mean. When wo speak of Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health y gen- - the population of New York city as tho state was Indorsed liy tho retired without increasing taxos in ment was mndo Carl F. Hettlck, and Children Experience against Experiment. Good Khondft Association yes- Kentucky" and tho opinion was fur- eral manager of the Jefferson Theater being 5,020,000 under the recent en terday afternoon at the reorganiza- ther expressed in the resolutions that called Paul Uurllngame, chairman of SUs, we mean the city only. This Is tion meeting at the Seelhach Hotel. "trial of this program will demon- the Board of Public Safety, asking his manifestly unfair; threfore by com Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric The resolution offered by Judge strate that the 10 cent levy now Im- permission to rent this theater for a paring "Greater New York" to Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains Hugh H. Farmer, retiring county posed for general expenditure pur- meeting of tho ICukltix Klan. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. "Greater London" wo get a very difJudgo of Henderson Corinty, provid- poses on real property In Kontucky age is its guarantee. For more than thirty vears it hess "No," Mr. Hurllngamo replied. ferent result namely, that New York been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flataleanyv. Mr. Hettlck said that Dr. O. S. ed that the remnlnder of the Is the greatest city In the world. can bo substantially reduced If not Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishuesa arisiiifr-therefrom- , amounting to $S,000,000, entirely wiped out." and another man attempted to rent Conservative America Is Just be, should be devoted in such proportion and by regulating the Stomach and the theater for. a meeting of the or- ginning to realize how It has been aid., A commission of three members to the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural iZszn nH tho General Assembly may deterganization which was scheduled to be hoodwinked be appointed by the governor In by ambitious British The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. mine to the Improvement of the Unheld Saturday. Dr. Long has offices censustakors. e, was advocated by Colonel Tho Pathfinder has 211-21- 2 iversity of Kentucky, the state normal Realty Building. He long held by equalizing the area president, for handling the at that Hchool, penal and charitable institumoney in ense tho bond Issue carrios camo here recently frotu Tulsa, Okla. of New York and London, the former to tions and the Kenucky Sate Fair. Is Oklahoma Dentist. would greatly eclipse the English city and the bonds nrc sold. unanimously resolution Another 'Bears the Signature Figures quoted by Attorney GenAccording to a dispatch from Tul In population. Tho National Geoadopted ly tho association offered mmJT-T ,' eral Dawson, who spoke in support of sa, Dr. Long Is a dentist of that city. graphic Society now takes tho same ni suggestions for solving the present la- a tax on soft drinks, places of amuse-nio- He left Tulsa August 1, the dispatch attitude by questioning the right of bor problem by requesting Congress an'd other suggested luxuries, Dr. Long was not in his of the actual city of London to claim to make nn emergency appropriation showed that the people of Kentucky stated. night. ., all the population sho does. fice last to bo Immediately of $200,000,000 spont for the year ending December The London boosters are careful Action of tho Board of Public Safe nvailnble for road construction work "1, 1920, ns tax on soft drinks alone, ty following the announcement In a not to mention that tho population In tho United States, thus giving em$9GS,3S1; admission to amusement full page advertisement In a morning credited to the 'city' includes the parployment to labor on the public roads. $l,002,OGfi; Jowolry $2.17,29G, mak newspaper yesterday of a meeting liamentary boroughs, suburbs and The other resolutions of minor Im- ing a total colIocUd by the collector Snturday, at which the Reverend Kid- - "outer ring" of London as well as portance were unanimously adopted, of Kind You Have Internal revenue for Kntucky last ley would tell "What I Know About the municipal and parliamentary cione requesting the next legislature yar of TMK CENTAUR COMPANV, I KW YORK 3ITV. ty. Moit Americans do not know $2,208,331. the Kuklux Klan." to enact' u law fixing a load limit on that tho registration city of London rejected an The Cobrlor-JournThis will take care of the upkeep motor vehicles used In transportation, announcing tho meet contains only G75 acres and a night or fixing n licenso feo at such a fig- on the rendu and pay what the state ing. population of 25,000 but a day popuowes counties, amounting to approxure that the purchase of such vehicle After reading tho advertisement, lation of 400,000. Tho renlstratlon imate $fi00,i)00 annually for the next will be made prohibitive; and the othMr. Smith called Joseph S. Lawgon, county of London contains TD.O'OO er requeuing the Legislature to five or six years, ho said, leaving all City Attorney; Col. Ludlow F. Potty, acres, with a population ot about 4,- tho money now recelied for road puronact such legislation as will require ... nino v.. k.. wuut; to Chlpf of Pollco; Mr. Hurllngamo and JOn AAA Tlio ...um rf Mm .mind, ,o poses for retiring the bonds. wv,irvv. railroads operating In the state to pay Y. Johnson, membors ot the approximately the collective area of Kentucky's present road fund con- Lewis half the cost of constructing gradq Th Board of Public Safoty, to his office the parliamentary boroughs. crossings at such crossings as the sists of about $600,000 annually col- "outer ring" of London takes In the government desires j lected from the special road tax, ac- - for a conference. state and federal suburbs, which add some 3,000,000 Board Issues Statement. cording tu Attorney General Dawson 16 eliminate. more. It Is Included In the bailiwick Following the meeting the Board was pre- - who said that automobile owners pay The Hartford Republican has made a sros;a2 The meeting yesterday of the city and metropolitan pollc llmlnary to the good roads cmapalgn into the state treasurer oach year ap- - of Safoty issued its statement, which area. All this makes the area of so- clubbing rate with the MemphisJWeekly Commercial the state proximately $2,000.00, which, with follows: soon to lie 'utinched comprising the city called "London" Appeal by which we will furnishboth papers foroEse "Several weoks ago, the Mayor anwhich Is designed to "lift Kentucky the half million dollars collected registration county, suburbs and out j from tax on gasoline, makes a total of employ every nounced that he would out of tho mud." Speakers irom the year for the low price of er ring about 700 square miles, with mountains and Western Kentucky $3,190,000 collected for road pur- lawful moans to prevont tho organiza a population by the recent census of tion of a Kuklux Klan In Louisville. said yesterday they have been living poses In Kontucky Annually. Tho road problem was classed as a Annuuncem.c'nt is made In a news- exactly 7.470,108. In mud all their lives, and declared On the other hand, thQ population It was tlmo to quit quibbling over stato problem by Mr. Dawson, who paper this morning of a proposed of New York has always been con11 it was the greatest problem In meeting of this clan somewhere in fined to details and get busy for belter roads. 8ii the city proper. Tho 1920 Kontucky. "We can not have tha Louisville on Saturday night, the Officer Klit'U'il. systom we would like," he place of meeting to be given out la- consus showed a population of The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest Spoakors at tho meeting yesterday school divided among fivo boroughs ter. nftumoon Included Congrfssman J. said, "until me get good roads." and best papers in the South and we hope to reeesve , Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx "The Board of Public Safety, act- Queens and Richmond. The totai M. Kobinson, of the Eleventh Ken-- 1 many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar ing in accord with the Mayor, hereby Joseph Boggs, state tucky Dist t; area of theso five boroughs is only serves notice on the persons in seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Se2& highway engineer for Kentucky; II. 315 square miles. Now, by stretchI Louisville promoting this organiza- ing Green Garrett, chairman of the Kencity into a "Greater New your subscription now. Don't delay. the tion that tho meeting advertised for tucky Highway Commission; Judge York" include its Immediately adH." H. Tanner, of Henderson; Slier-- , Saturday night will not he permit- jacent 'suburbs, which in reality ted. man .Ball, of Hardlnsburg; John New-- i though not officially arc as much a By JONATHAN BRACE "The Board also says to all own- part ot the city as any of tho borman of Versailles; Arch Hamilton, of ers and lesses of public halls In Louis- oughs, our tD tf rnxvoorft Frankfort; Attorney General Charles XXVI. MICHIGAN chief city would have a weeklies to say nothing of the small estimated at from ville that It Is their duty as patriotic metropolitan population of 8,300,000 city dallies, are rendering to com- - "with the heaviest gains in tUe Focoesr I. Dawson, Senator White L,. .Moss anu , French TIE citizens to refuse to rent a hall to or .nearly 1,000,000 more centers of population. In the trjiieal other good roads enthusiasts. than Great munlty and national life. this organization, and it serves no- er London. Election of officers resulted In Col. The movement for a "homo paper lumber producing; sections nsKxctikiy-wee- k" and fur tice on all citizens to remain away traders were was started several years ago mejit is reported, and in tli sitwo, Kohort McUryde being chosen presifigures would Include onlv j clothing, the first from this meeting or the vicinity of theThese flour milling; and sundfciiii; dent, nnd the following vice presibondafide residents, taking no hy a New York country editor but at whites to penthis meeting. that time he was unable to get the industries additional workers &uva dents: Harry Sominers, Elizabeth-town- ; account of tho great Influx of dally etrate into I , "Should any attempt bo made to workers. Joseph F. Bosworth, Mlddles-horBesides, even then the necessary support for the movement been taken on, hut thera hare-- mot M Ichlgan. hold It in defiance of this order, any area of E. J. Paxton, Pnducah; Embry to mako it a success. Recently, how- - J been sufficient to offset; ixciKixsocl Greater New York would not Their Urst visits to this region person who attempts to attend this G. Dent, Bowling Green; C. H. Petry, date back to 1010. It wns not como anywhere near what is included ever, It. T. Porte, Salt Lake City, who Idleness in steel and iron,. VoHiHug, oth-- 1 and other trades. meeting will be regarded as an un- in London. A. surplzs-uCiiiiTMount Sterling; William Burkamp, until 1008 however, thnt tho first "Greater London," says perhaps has done more than any ' patriotic citizen nnd a law violator the Nationnl Geographic Society, "In er on man to bring home to pub hands Is reported in tlio Sosit tiH Newport; Wallace Hughes, Arthur settlement was made. actual This was the mission at Suult and will be dealt with accordingly." cludes all the suburbs within a radius lishers the need of knowing their West. Tho trend of wajjes ia Ckmvtt Krock, C. A. Segner, Jeffrey Morgan, Salnto Marie, founded by Father Transportation, Seeks Probe by Congress. onapaaiias Louisville; W. J. Sparks, Mount Verof 15 miles around Charing Cross. By costs and charging not only a cost ward. Marquette. Mackinac was esWashington, Sept. 15. Cpngres-slonhut also a reasonable profit if they have, slightly increased this cusntxsx non; J. S. Crnshaw, Cadiz; C. D. this definition New York should altablished a few years later, and investigation of the Kuklux so include Jersey City, Hoboken, Ne- are to continue in business and give of their skilled' wprfcers. Minor, Perryville; J. Curtis Alcott, Detroit's growth was slow. paper, launched a Klan is proposed In a resolution which wark and West Hudson to Danville; obert C. Terrell, Bedford; After Uie French nnd Indian the west, tho small town its representative Peter Tague, Massa- and Yonkers, Mt. Vornon and New "clean up day" for the country print Ashland; Harvey Hen Williamson, I1UFOIUP wars the English tdok over this chusetts, has drafted. Today, he Rochello to the north. Even suppose shops which was so successful that territory, nnd in 1774 It was forMeyors, Covington; W. H. Edwards, mally declared a part ot Canada. announced his intention of introduc- New York were to add 273 miles of he put forward the idea for a "home Versailles; Judge H. H. Farmer HenMr. and Mrs. Vernon Hcorar n't Detroit rapidly grew In imporing the measure as soon as the House Hudson, Essex and Union counties Bowling Green arrived here UntiwinTtz derson; Ben Grogan, Murray; James in paper week." tance and during the Devolution This was immediately taken up by for a visit with 'relatives. reassembles. Turner, Paintsvllle; M. M. Logan, New Jersey It still would lie 100 was the base of operations for He will ask that this organization, square miles smaller than greater editorial associations, concerns which Louisville; Desha Breckenrldge, HarMrs. Hirim HInea: was Its fltonoa-bor- o many raids by the British and which he asserts is ry Givananoli, Lexington; Judge G. last week, taking; treatacteitt Indians against the Americans. London. Wero It to add portions of furnish news and feature services to o anti-Jecountry papers, trade papers nnd from a specialist. and W. Newman, Hawesvllle, nnd II. J. By the terms of the treaty of Westchester and Nassau counties, ,be investigated either by a N. Y., It would pass London's popula- other agencies with the result that Masters Austin and Kcnnettt IKarjm Wright, Mayfleld. Paris In 1783 this region became opinion participation in tho cam- ot this placo entered school atXuus-nn- f special committee of Congress or by tion well within a llko area. With- nation-wid- e a part of the United States. of A sharp difference What Is now Michigan, Wisconpaign is already insured. The intenthe Judiciary Committee. Ilidge Monday. arose over the question of raising in 50 miles of tho city hall, New sin, a part of Minnesota, Illinois, tion Is to keep personalities and lo Ho also will ask that Information York, thero now live more than Mrs. Fannie Biair left recenJtly-TJur- r funds to take care of the bond issue Indiana and Ohio was known ns in the bands ot tho Attorney General, in caso it carries with the voters. The peoplo, and within 100 miles cal matters out ot tho campaign. Arizona, where she will spaed xivo the Northwest territory. After as a result of an inquiry conducted radius live resolution offered by Judge Farmer Ohio was set off as a separate-stattho entire popu Publishers in devoting space to it are fall nnd winter with her not bpostlng their own Individual bu-- j for several months by agents of the latlon of the United States." proposed that tho money be raised Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cru'cnrs. o3 the Lower Peninsula ot Department of Justice, be laid before slnoss so much as they aro the coun- Springfield, Ohio, are virJU&f, lite. Michigan was Joined to Indiana by Imposing what was described as a territory. In 1805 Michigan beCongress. Surgeons agree that In cases of try newspaper profession In general, Crowe's parents, at thlspt&cs. "privilege or exclso tax equivalent to came a separate territory with Council to Oppose Klnn Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the with a view of bringing home to peo Mr. Robert Mason left this weuib that now levied by the foderal govabout Us present boundaries. Chicago, Sept. 18 An organiza- first treatment is most Important. ple the dignity, usefulness and Im for Lexington, whero ho vclll &s.uy ernment on the sale ot soft dlnks, tion to promote harmony and good When an efficient antiseptic Is appli- portance ot the small homo paper. bovorages and Ice cream," together school. i dispute . iter a small strip of feeling between all classes, races and ed promptly there Is no danger of to amusea, tax on admission i with land In the extreme southern roliglons in America was announced Infection and the wound begins to ments equivalent to the tax now portion which was claimed by JuKt What Sho Kccdtdz t How's This? In tho process ot formation here to heal at once. by the government, and a tax Ohio. This almost led to bloodFor uso on man or We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward day with Edward F. Dunne, former beast, Borozone is the Ideal antlsop-tl- c for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be shed, but was finally settled by on Jowolry. "I used a bottle of Cham derOuWi Michigan releasing her claim to Governor ot Illinois, at Its head. Persons opposing this form of taxand healing agents. Buy It now cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken Tablets soino tlmo ago and' tho? fraythe disputed area and receiving specifying The society will be known as the and be ready for an emergency. by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-Av- e ation, wbo also opposed as compensation an addition to years, and has become known as tha ed to bo Just what I needed National Unity Council and Its or- Price 30c, 60c and $1.20. wxt9 any form of taxes to raise the necesSold by the Upper Peninsula. On this most reliable remedy (or Catarrh. Hall's Mrs. Volta BaaksonChtlllcotlielsKo. Dent, or spread Ohio County Drug Co. ganizers' Intend ultimately to sary fund, led by Embry G. in Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Dlood on "They basIs'MIchlgan was admitted to not only relieved" me aA'ftuU-gcstl- on It to ovory section of the country, acBowling Green, succeeded in having the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi the Union in 1837 and became but toned up my cnH son from tho Ulood and heallne the dls- HOME TOWN l'APEIl WILIi proposing to Mr. Dunne. cording state. the twenty-sixtthat part of tho resolution rid mo of backacho and dfzaifcuss that OUSEHVE SPECIAIj WEEK ' enfJli,0it'n?; Ono ot tho prime motives bohlnd Michigan has a unique situa''privilege or oxclse" tax amendsuch taken Ilall'a Cntnrrh Medicine for a short time you will see a I had been subject to for toma limu. tion, as It is bounded by tho the organization, its sponsors said! ed to read us follows: In your General They did mo a world of good xuifl 1 Croat Improvement three largest of the Great Lakes, A natlon-wld- o "Subscrlbo for your health. Start tnklnM tail's Catarrh Mediwas to combat the Kuklux Klan, and "That the Legislature look Into tho und divided Into two peninsulas. b& home- town paper week" which will cine nt once and uet rid ot catarrh. Send will always speak a good vjikC ttur organization of councils uot now will various sources of roveuue for trstlmnnlnlR. free. This gives It a coast line larger them." ax P. J. CIir.NKT & CO., Toledo, Ohio. pushed particularly whore tho Klan ho participated In by this community taxed In Kontucky, such as a tux on In proportion to Its urea than Sold by all Druggists, 7Cc. t as well as thousands of similar comJudgment of hns obtained a foothold. luxuries, etc., us In tho any of the other states. It Is "Why do you sit there touctajcSChJo Tho Kuklux Klan, which maintains munities tho country over will bo ob UanofnJ. Assombly It may deem tho named after Luke Michigan, IiAJlOK an offlco hero under the name ot tho served Nov. 7 to 12 The purposo of automobile horn?" asked a wise, and, that theso taxos thus raiswhich Is tho Algonquin word, "Mlchl-gan,- " , Routhoru Publicity Bureuu," was call tha campaign Is not alono to induce meaning "great friend. ed, or such proportion of them as tho persons who may not ho Mibscrlbors sea." !t Is entitled to 15 votes Itoportu from Federal, Stato and "My huubniid told me tu, a (iciitJ ed u menace to this and nny communiGeneral Aiisomhly deems necotwa'ry, In the electoral college. road ty by Mr. Dunn In Us adoption of the to the home papor to "sign up" but unofficial ngonoleH Indicate a further wouldn't hoar (lis remarks toiler taj bo appropriated to tut atuto ( by McCl'jr Nwimpr SyndlcaU.) "equipment of tho burglar masks and also for emphasizing tho service Inarr.tfje In tho number of uuumploy-ji- H tixiiiK the machine.' Xrcutini fund." I " n ....-- J which tho 10,000 and more country od In this district. Tho liiorcuso Is lianscrlp: implements ot violence." The prtibldeut wad authorized to k BONDS FAVORED FOR' nun iiirmiri CEtfEdrcn J ... I I nt $12,-000,0- 1 IwAKfIiJ z What bs yj IHSSSSsSS & 'a Cry for Fletcher7 1 ipf w-ms mm d" Ken-luck- CASTOR! ik Il. $50,-000,0- co Jlc-Hrld- SENU5NE -- CASTOR! A alwmb nt Ik Use For Over 3D The Yesrs Always Bought nl iaesaE&se th-uo- ut j $1.75 j sn The Story of Our States i ff. o; al ., "anti-Catholi- c, n,ntl-negr- ono-nin- th sc -- im-poa- h ivr - tslus i -- The Hartford Republican COMPANY we will gladly give space to brief expressions of opinion In the matter. Wo came to town tho other morning during fair week, and having The war brought to labor inflated heard of the hold-u- p staged In the wages, to merchants exorbitant proR. R. cut back of tho Fogle place, we fortune-makin- g fits and to manufacturers we chanced to meet n colored boy profits.. The war over; ecodown town who usually lams of unnomic Inw started a downward moveusual happenings with those in tho ment. Farseelng men in all busi front ranks, so wo asked him if he nesses, trades and professions accept knew anything about the case. "Yes ed the changed condition nnd took In sir," he says, "It am a fact." I askevitable losses at once, but complete ed him to givo me some of the details being of the affair. Ho replied that tha fcnt other advertisements, lc per readjustment has been and is retarded by those who . fatultously word. want no details to It nohow, a colored Anonymous communications will cling to wartime conditions. The regentleman jlst' held up a couple of Tecelve no attention. sult Is a disorganization of the busiwhite fellows nnd took about SSO.OO ness of the country. Appeals to these offen em. An it wuson't at no fair a TELEPHONE misguided clnsses is fruitless. Only tall, he says, the fair was cross the PURSUED RY ILUtl) LUCK 59 Farmers Mutual time with its resulting hardships will wus in the are crick und the s(ick-u- p The Democrats in Louisville force recognition that economic law between the devil and the iron works railroad cut, nnd that's nil he know- though It must SEPTEMBER 23 must work itself out, l.'RIRAV, in the municipal election. They were ed about it. , leave much wreckage in its path. off to a bad start In tho beginning We are mighty glad that Jim York pursuing A writer in one of the country's and hard luck has been REPUBLICAN TICKET has moved his grocbry to town, mny-b- e most widely read magazines assumes them every since. Former city adwe can run our face at Jim's place so hopelessly tnat the church is driving many peo- ministrations had been bepolicy of In- rotten that the party did not dare go for several dollars worth of stuff ple from Its doors by Its old lead- fore he finds out the other merchants sisting upon legislation to force peo- before the people with the won't credit us. We are not going to ple to observe regulations whosj ers, and it went through a process and ask him for credit until the first of reorganization. The Doolaus chief claim to observance Is that they of next month so's we'll have a whole Tho church, the Callahans, excellent citizens but are politics, took over party 30 days to run on, as I guess ho colaccording to this writer whose posi- novices in whereupon Whnlenf lects on the first of each month like tion appears to be based upon solid management, these other pesky merchants. grounds, has no Just right to go be- Hugglns and Cronln told the goody goddles to run along and see where yond the authority of its Divine There is an old adago, or Is it Founder, who relied upon persua- they would run to. The new manascripture (we axed Thomas and he U gers held' a convention and nominatsion; never on force. The church ed a candidate for mayor who was In- don't know) which says as how it is the keepr of morals through its eligible, after which they brought out better to give than to receive, but conupon the hearts and sciences of men, and, when it as such an obscure lawyer named Harris, somehow or other the most of the For bircuit Judge enters the arena of politics It be- who was strong on promises but fellows we know havo deeply rooted R. W. SLACK comes a stumbling block. In the path- weak on works. Then came another convictions that It is, by a long shot, calamity. Harris with a lady friend best to let the other party reap the For Commonwealth's Attorney way of moral progress. CAUDE E. SMITH attended a dinuer In the country and rewards for following he rule. I on the way back got lost and wander- guess that it Is simply a display of AsThe last session of the General For Circuit Court Clerk upon their part though , FRANK BLACK sembly, responding to an advanced ed about on an unused road with the unselfishness being willing to let the other automobile lights out, according to and enlightened public sentiment, Cor Representative profit at their exponse. passed a law making It possible to the testimony of wo policemen who IRA JONES by had been assigned to that torrlory for take the Judiciary out of politics, For County Judge When we make another trip to legalizing the endorsement of Judi a clean up. Harris denied that he was R. R. WEDDING . off the main thoroughfare and In Louisville we are going to pick out cial candidates by opposition parties an aged like puron nnd n quiet, good For County Court Clerk The Republicans of oLuisville have sisted that one qf.his machine's eyes E. G. UARRASS by was blinking when approached by tho nnturcd fellow who will weigh berespected this advanced sentiment For County Attorucj endorsing two Democratic judges of officers, and contented himself with yond 200 pounds ns n side kick to No, we have made up our OTTO C. MARTIN the Jefferson circuit court. The the statemnt that it was his word run with. Ho neith- mind to never again be running utof Jefferson agr.inst the two officers. For Shciiff master commissioner G. A. RALPH county is and will remain a Demo- er gave the name of the family with ter a small, frisky, skinny bird like up with Mut Hunter, nnd Tax Commissioner-crat but Mich puerile considerations" which he claimed to have had dinner tried to tie l'or nor that of the lady with whom he "tried" is right, while w0 had a bit by the Republiwere not thought of ROY KEOWN keeping in sight of Mut, cans in making such endorsement. was driving. And although the of more luck in .For Jailer Atficers' report, If untrue, was libelous, yet we found him so doggon long on 4 Judge Slack and Commonwealth's NATHANIEL HUDSON torney Smith have made records in' as well as damaging to his candidacy wind that we soon had to fall from For Coroner office that are without criticism and for mayor, he has so far, refrained the chase. While Mut hits tho beam W. A. HIMES to run on low at abqut the best Interests of the people of the from filing suit for damages or ask quit a bit,265 and has super-si- x ' yet tho big For County Surveyor sort ing a warrant for libel. district demand their C. S. MOXLEY of affair seems never to miss an exmm plosion and lots of ground is always Rarely do the press or the people For'J. P. O. C, District No. 1 A VICTIM ..OF PELLAGRA covered by jhe big one as the final pay Just honor to the profession of J. P. McCOY died at her parking place is reached, which most the law. , A .few attorneys who enDistrict No. 3 Mrs. Richard Leach bring the home near Horton Sunday, of pel generally is not earlier than 2:30 cage in sharp practice FELIX SHAVER whole profession into disrepute, but lagra. She had been afflicted with1 a. m. District No. 3 Q. B. BROWN the great body of lawyers are per- the disease for some time, and it fallforming an honorable and useful ser ing to respond to treatment, resulted District No. 4 PUBLIC SPEAKING vice to the public. In the natural in her death. This is, so far as wo J. R. MURPHY course of events many pople can not are advised, the first death to result District No. C Judge R. W. Slack nnd Commonagree upon a settlement of ttieir' J. W. GRAY from this disease in Ohio county. Mrs. C. E. Smith will 0---and go to the lawyers for an Leach was a sister of Rev. J. N. Jar- - wealth's Atoincy District No. address tho public in the inadjustment. Some of such disputes nagin. MACK MARTIN terest of their candidacy for -- . go before the courts for adjustment District No. 7 thin at the following pluces on the by Judge or Jury, but by far the J. W. TAYLOR LOUISVILLE MARKETS ihif and at tho hour indicatil . greater number of them are settled 1 District No. BELL'S RUN, Tuesday Sept. 27 at out of court by the lawyers. It is In L. J. PICKEREL Cattle Receipts 300 head. Mid- 7, p. m. tho privacy of their law offices rath. For Constable, Dktrict No. '7 week market proved fairly good on ROSINE, Wednesdny,' Sept. 2H at er than in the courts that the lawyers the desirable kinds, with prices genR. H. BASHAM render their greatest services to the erally steady compared to the open- 7, p. m. HORSE BRANCH, ThursdayVScpt. public, and it is this fact that robs ' Since arriving in the county three the profession of much of the honor ing day. Medium and plainer kinds 2!, at 7 p. m. finding a slow and uneven market. McIIENRY, Friday, Sept, 30 at 7, weeks ago the writer has driven over due it. Undertone continues weak in' the p. in. raany miles of the public highways , KORDSVILLE, Saturday, Oct., 1, and,. If these are a' fair sample, Ohio The world .watches with Intense heavy steer division, with few arricounty roads are In better condition interest the diplomatic battle between vals during the past day or two. Good at 2 p. in. NARROWS, Saturday, Oct. 2, at than we ever before saw them. England and Ireland. While Eng- healthy Inquiry for the best quality land was hesitating to give the Em- stockers and feeders at prevailing 7 j). m. Everyone, regardless of political Wo suggest to the Republican cam- erald Isle the long demanded Home prices; common trashy klndu neglectpaign committee that if thy hear of Rule, the Irish nation extended Its ed. affiliation, invited nnd requested to Quotations: Prime heavy steers bo present. LADIES ESPECL1LLY a Republican in Ohio County who Is demands to independence, and has ac'contemplating' "voting1 for any one of tually set up a Republic ,Such action $6.75Q7; heavy shipping steers INVITED XV. S. TINSLEY1, Ch'm'n. Uio Democratic candidates, that they on the part of the Irish fifty years $6.2506.75; medium to good $5.50 6.25; fat heifers $4.756.50; fat M. V. CHUMLEYl Scy. have such voter's name entered on ago would havo resulted in its leadRepublican Campaign Committee .the mailing list of the Hartford ers being Shot for treason,, buj, such cows $45.50; medium to' good $3 ...'. 4; cutters $2 3; canners $1.50 Herald. Is the world sympathy for the little NOTICE country struggling for freedom that 2; bulls $2,500)4.25; feeders $56.-25- ; " stockers 3.50 & 5.75; milch cows Tho lioirisvlile Times makes much the uplifted hand of Epgland hesiW. D. R6bertson,'et al j Judge Quln of the Court tates to strike. But the end of the $20(0)60. ado because vs. Notice. Calves Prices steady ou top end of Appeals does not resign that office struggle can not now bo long delayed'.. com- Stock Law Election in Pond Run becauso he is a candidate for mayor The end will, come, and comesoon, at $1 down. Medium $46.50; Voting Precinct, No. 37. mon $2.50 3.50. Heavy calves condooT Louisville. Has the Times forgot- and the result will be a grant of ' Pursuant to a Judgment rendmt-ten that Jimmy Cox ran for presi- minion government. Dominion, govr, tinue dull and draggy at low prices. top by tho Ohio County Court, at its Hogs Trade uneven with dent without resigning the govern- ernment, and not Independence, Is the hogs $8.25 for regular September term 1921, notice orship of Ohio? verdict of mankind, which England bogs 15c off. Best 165 pounds and up; 120 to 165 lbs., Is hereby given that, on Tuesday Nowill be forced to grant an.d the Irish $8; pigs, 00 to 120 pounds $7.15; vember 8, 1921, same being tho reguOverton Harris, Democratic cnudl-dat- u people compelled to accept. 90 pounds down $6.15; tbrowouts lar election day, a poll will be openfor mayor made liberal refered for tho purpose of ascertaining $5.65 down. A POLITICAL WIZARD. ences in his speech in Louisville WedSheep and Lambs Trade slow and tho will of (he legal voters residing Certainly not in Kentucky, pernesday night of stolen automobiles, sold at $8 hut ho cautiously avoided all rofor-ciic- o haps not In tho entiro coiintry, has prices lower. Best lambs Best sheep In Pond Run Voting Precinct No. 37, upon the following question: "Are dovoloped in recent years n down; seconds $4 4.50. to an automobile discovered by there you in favor of making it unlawful two pollcemn recently, near an political wizard to equal or even to $3 down; bucks $2 down. Produce for cattlo or any species thereof to approach tho achievements of Ches- abandoned rock quarry. EGGS Candled 28c dozen. run at largo on tho public hlghwnvs ley Searoy, recently elected KentucPQultry-r-IIou- B 18c lo.; spring and unlnclpsrl lands of Pond Run Wo should be glad lo havo brief ky members of the Republican naehlckins 18c lb.; iootorn 9e lb.; old Voting Precinct, No. 37?" uf tho tional committee. oxprusisloiib from the volt) Given under my hand, this 9th day Six yon ago, whon Mr. Searoy was dueks 12c lb.; turkays 25c lb.; geese county, both men and wiv.tien, on the 6c lb.; guineas, old $3 por dozen; of Htptombor, 1921, of tho two mJicmI amend- 11 mt forging hi way to leadership of iiuostion In young $6. W. C. HLANKENSHIP. organization ments to bo voted on in Novumbor. tho Republican Uuttsr Country 19c lb. 12ti Cloik Ohio Co. Court a controversy, but Louisville, and hi& nauio was scarceWo do not invite In another column of this paper will be found a tribute pnld Judge HARTFORU PRINTING It. W. Slack, both as n citizen and JuIncorporated rist, by tho Owensboro Messenger, the editor of which was only recently v W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor mmembor nnd secretary of tho Demfind Ruslness Mnnngcr. ocratic national committee. Judge Slack's term In office hns Justified Entered according to law at the paper said FoBtofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall everything Mr Woodson's of him six years ago, and his candimatter of tbo second class. dacy for reelection should, nnd we tc bellove will, receive the overwhelmAddress' all communications ing endorsement of the voters of the The Hartford Republican. Published Weekly by district. NOTICE TO SUIlSCItUlERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent Co a new address must give the old Address In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, nnd 8c per line for each ad Citlonnl insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lo per word, and Cc for ach head line and slgnautre, money n advance. Church Notices for services free, ly known outside of the staff's metropolis, wo ventured the prediction in the columns of this paper that tho time was not far distant whon the Republican lenders of the state sitting at their council table would have to ask young Mr. Searcy to sit in. Since thnt tlmo ho has not only been asked to sit in, but has. bedn called to set at the head of the table as chairman of the State Central Commade a mittee, and was recontly member of the party's national council. Mr. Searcy is a new type of political leader. He has come to his honors by sheer force of character and ability to get results. And his successful leadership Is not clouded with criticism of n slnglo Incident of conduct unbecoming the high official stations he has filled. Energy, resourcefulness and honorable conduct are the wrungs bf the ladder upon which he has climbed to the highest position within th gift of his party. Mr. Searcy is not n machine politician, profiting himself or allowing His friends to profit In politics at the expense of the taxpayers nnd a hostile press hns never dared to connect his name with a questionable act. I STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) I. D. Clnlre.'on coming back to the old sheet raised such a rumpus about thfs column we cut It out for a couple of weeks and subscribers got to worrying him o much by calling over the phone, grumbling because of tho absence of tho Streaks, he finnlly bogged us to drop In one or two this week, hence this nnd tho following: A tuaiMtorf S0&& Mtn r-- jfc&lrX if arcno THEREshoes with - the Queen Quality reputation for the solid worth, and fit, and stylish character seen even in the most conservative models. No other shoes .afford so wide a range of choice, or meet so many varied needs as those cs featured by Queen Quality agencies. No woman need pay extravagant prices today, for Queen Qual- 0 ' church-forbidde- n. mostly eight to twelve dollars offer such quality, style and comfort in their exclusive features that to buy them today is true economy. ity shoes fel-Ip- w COOPER BROS., BEVVEK D.UI, KY. Attention! i Ladies and Gentlemen! When Cleaned and Pressed on the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Press. NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES We havo the best equipped and most first-clas- cleaning and cs pressing establishment in, this section of the state. Prompt and s srvlce guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel post packages. We give service and all work guaranteed. 24-ho- ? 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Bennett the first of tho week. vHJi'IKl x x In all their dcaling9iwith this store we want our customers to realize that value, service and satisfaction arc things that they can absolutely depend upon getting. We select ourmcrchandisc with this thought ever in mind; consequently when we recommend C. Culloy and llttlo Ron, Superintendent Howard hns about were guests of Mr, and complct'd his itinerary of the county Unrrett Monday. schools, and reports them in cxcelfont Judge R. W. Slick nnd Uonunon-wenlth'- B condition nnd with a large attendAttorney C. 13. Smith spoko ance. to n good-size- d audience at Mngan Mr. M. F. Chumley of McHcnry, Wednesday night. Secretary of the County Republican Mr. W. C. Dennett,- - who has been campaign committee, is in Indianapoupending n few days with relatives In lis, lnd., this week, as a representaHartfortl and it Ueda, will return to tive of the U. M. W. of District No. 23, In a session being held there. Owensboro today. Mrs. J)on of Stanley, Mrs L. 0. Buying Hosiery and Underwear With Perfect Confidence of Future Service and Satisfaction Allen A Hosiery b Mr Delbert, Whittnkor of Nocreek, The seventh annual Home-comin- g and Miss Florence Miller of Bcdn, exercises wcro held by the Fordsvllle ran over to Rockport, Indiana, and Baptist church Sunday. A 'largo got married Saturday. crowd wos present and a bountiful dinner was sorved on tho church Little Miss Martha Smith of lawn. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. O. Keown was a guest of h'er father, nnd Mr. Ed Bnrrnss of this city, atMr. C EJ. Smith nnd Mrs. Smith, from tended the exercises. Saturday until Monday. Miss Harriet Flener of Cromwell, Cnpt. James M. DeWeeso, who has Assistant Chairman and Head of the been stationed at Camp Knox for the Woman's Division, on the Republipast year, has lion transferred to the can Campaign Committee of Ohio, Camp at Ft. Sill, Oklnhoma. County, underwent n successful surgical operation in a Louisville. HosMr. Roscoo Stone of Ccntertown, pital Wednesday morning. The opra-tlo- n of Mr. John has" moved Into one was for tho removal of a growth Hell's houses, and will bo employed upon the left tide of Her chest- at the mill of Bell nnd Hagermari. .s, j ' III The Maker's Mark of Identification on Cooper'i-Bcnning-to- n Spring Needle Underwear for Men and Boys and on Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women and Children we are promising a service that is far above the ordinary; vastly better, in fact, than can be found elsewhere. ALLEN A Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women and Children, in silk, lisle, wool or cotton, represents a hosiery value that is genuine. It is sold in the better class stores everywhere; and best p.f all, it actually costs no more than any high grade merchandise of this character ought to cost. these days have Most men and women pretty clearly defined ideas regarding the quality of things they buy to cat, to wear or to furnish the home. It is this classof buyerswe like to cater to. The more they know about these things the more readily do they appreciate the superior fit, style, quality, value and tervice of ALLEN A merchandise which we bell. ' FAIR & COMPANY The Fair Dealers. The Hartford I'M DA V,. Republican SKl'TKMHKU Sit J,r n,cnaru" Slack of Owensboro, was In town Wednesday. Mf Dck wulamson of Greenville, with John Allen cl'""' the week-en- d PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Ryo nnd Grass Seed for sale by Wilson. Miss Martha Pate left Monday for Lexington, whero she will attend State University. w! E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Mary Warren Collins visited Mr. Carey Crowdcr of Horton, was Miss Honnlo Stringer at Central City, the first of the week. in town Monday. S l' v ' X fV Mr. Luther King has been confined Mrs. Ira D. Bean will go to Louis-vlll- o to his room for the past week with days. Sunday to spend several Ian nttack of rheumatism. Leach have ' Mr. and Mrs. Hinton Druggist James Williams Is in moved into rooms at the Vaught "Rev. R. E. Fuqua of Hartford, as Louisville this week, and Mr. John sisted by Rev. J. W. Phillips of Dean- Bean is in charge of the store. field, will begin a series of meetings Our old friend John T. May of Cen Mrs. Jeff Wilson, who has been vis- nt the Pond Run Baptist church, the tral City," attended the fair here last iting relatives here for Boraetime, evening of September 28. '; week. to Pontltoc, Mississippi, Monfollowing the Blood poisoning, day. Attorney Baker Rhoadu of Beaver necessitated the paring- - of a corn, Dam, is attending circuit court this The Juniors and Seniors entertain- amputation of a toe for Mr. E. J. Til-fo' woek. of Beaver Dam. Dr. P. T. Wil ed the Freshmen and Sophomores at Thursday lis performed the operation. the college auditorium Mrs. Susan Stowart of Ttoslne, is night. , Mrs. R. A. Bennett and little visiting her son, Mr. A. H. Stewart, Mrs, W. C. Smith of Bevicr, is daughter Virginia, who had been this week. apendlpg tho week with her son, visiting Mrs. Bennett's parents, Rev. Mr. James Glllesplo and sister, Miss Commonwealth's Attorney Clnudo E. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett, have return ed to their home at Christiana, 111. Nettie, spent Sunday with relatives Smith. . LeitchflehT. In Tho county superintendent has re We are Jn the market for eggs and We will have a enr of Fertilizer poultry every day in the year. High- ceived n shipment of school furniture. chiofly seats, tho greater ,part ot est cash prices paid. within the next few days. which will be furnished to the schools W, B. ELLIS; & BRO. & BRO. V W. E. ELLIS nt WestcTtleld and Sugar Grove. Miss Mamle Bennett and Mrs. CharMr. J. H. Kimmel of Qreenvillo was jn Livermofe, visitAt the services Sunday nt Slaty a. fair guest of his foster son, sheriff lotte Taylor are Creek church, ot which Rev. U. E, ing Miss Bennett's sister, Mru. Ed S, A. Bratcher. Fuqua is pastor, E. E. Rogers, Albert ' Johnson. Patterson were ordained deacons. Rev. Mr. H. M. Beard, representative of Mrs."9arah Ellen Boswell of Nar- C G. DavUyt Beaver Dam, preached "the state tax commission, was In rows, went to Louisville Saturday tho ordination sermon. town Wednesday, where she wlll undergo treatment " Mr. James York, who has been enand'Mrs. Garfield Barnard of for cancer. Mr. gaged in business near Schroador's tbo fam- 'Dundee, were visitors with Dr. A. B. Riley has moved his of- Schoolhouso fpr several years, moved . ily of Mr. E. S. Howard Sunday. fice from next door to tho Commer- to Hartford this week, and will engage In tho grocery and meat business, Miss Joslo'Duke of Dundo, who cial hotel to offices over tho Ohio at Ellis' old atand, near the depot. daughter, Mrs-- . County Drug Cof had been visiting her U." S. Carson, returned home Sunday. Revs. T. .T. Frazier, pastor of the Mr, Isaac Foster, who Is engaged Will S. Buckner, U. S. Carson went to Owens- - as' a building contractor at Central Hartford, church, . Mrs. i will un- -' City, visited his family hero Saturday pastor- ot t'.ie Beaver Dam church, V boro Wednesday, whore sho and John Hamilton left Tuesday for night and Sunday. dorgo an'bperatlon at tho City Scottavlllo, to attond the annual conSultser. and wife of In- ference ot the Methodist Church Mr. James were guests of tho family of South, Mrs. Bettie Taylor returned Mon- diana, Louisville, whore, she had Mr, George Jones, of the .Washington day from Tho Ohio county fair last week was ulghborhood. Sunday. Taybeen visiting her son, Mr II. B. about tho usual meet In recent years. ' lor. Mr.'John H. Tark, who has Irecn Somo good racing was had and the visiting in the county for somo time, shows, whilo not numerous, wero betlltMrB. D. B. Hancock and Mr. nnd will return to his home In Oklahoma, tor than tho usual type ot fair exhitlo daughter returnod to Leltchfieid Friday. He will atop over for n few bitions. Rain Saturday noon resultSunday, after spending a wool; with the days In Evnnsville, and may decide ed In many people leaving Mr. und Mrs. Boh (Miopia and grounds. in that city. to locate rd . " . AVASIIINGTOX NOTES Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. DtiR rean extended flip turned Friday from Farmers are very busy bousing thiough Illinois, Indiana and Michitobacco and preparing to make mo- -' gan, whero.lhey had visited relatives. lasses. Mr. Jay Nowcomb while cutting toMrs. Arthur Wilson of Narrows, bacco last week, had tho misfortune left Saturday for Jeffersontown, near to cut off one of his toes, when his Louisville, where she was called by tobacco knife slipped from a stalk he the fatal Illness of her sister', Mrs. F. was cutting. ' M. Petty. Mrs. Noblo Bnlrd and little daughspent ter, Pauline, of Alexandria, Mr. Clevelnnd Taylor nnd Miss Monday with Mrs. L. L. Newcom, of Mory Henton of Wysox, wore married this community. Miss Versio JJIew-coat tlio residence, of Rev. R. E. Fuqua accompanied tho visitors home. Saturday RovYFuqua performing the Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Newcom were" ceremony. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Travis Sunday. The pastor; Rev. T. T. Frazier, Miss Violet Allen ,vas a guest of closed a successful meeting at Mt. Miss Gola Bennett of Hartford Monnight of last day. Herman. Thursday week. Tliere were sixteen additions to the church. OXK CEXT A MILK HATE TO leg'iox COXVEXTIOX Ramey Duko nnd Ed Barras have recently added two cars to the Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 17. A of Hartford. Mr. property rate will be available to Dukf bought a Chovrolet and Mr. World iWar veterans attending the Uarrnss a Ford. national convention pi the American Legion, to be held here, it was an in county P. L. Edge qualified nounced today. A. E. Hntchlngs, ex- court as guardian of Estll Horseman, ccutivc chairman of the legion's na- a minor, nnd entered into bond in the tional convention committee, was in- sum of $350 for the faithful perform- fqrmed today that the Trunk Line As ance of his trust. socintion of .Railroads, at a recent meeting in New York voted reduced Miss Myrtle Gentry and Mr. George rates to veterans and members of Asklns were married in Fair & Co.'s their families. store while attending the, fair Sat urday. - The young folks live in the ""Remember Job he was the most Narrows community. ' p. tlent ma'i who ever lived " "Yes, but don't forget one thing." ' .applicants Among the thirty-fiv- e "Wha is that?" examination who passed the state bar "He mxtr had to ride 10 mile and were named in tho orders of the on a flu tire with a quarrelsome Court of Appeals Monday, was Clar- wife.'' Vlrrida Times-Unioence Bartlett of this city. I m tax-pnyl- ng n. There is a Belding Silk For Every Purpose. Beauty and enduring quality are Belding Characteristics which are equally valuable in eveiy use to which silk is put. 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 will give the utmost in service. ' Each piece of silk is backed by the traditional Belding guarantee for satisfactory service. Let us ' Respectfully, show you our line. Carson a T1CHEN0R-LEACH Co Hartford, Kentucky. (81 . ' MOTOR CO. Dealer in Successors to Jtrown'k Janingln Church What's thaf rooster across the street crowing for so. Roosters don't lay eggs. Gotham No, but he's done something more, wonderful. He Just v crossed the road without being by an automobile. Yonkers' struck Statesman. Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. ' Main Street. I HARTFORD, KY: EASTMAN KODAKS WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS We Will Soon Be Moving! In order to take care of increasing business we are forced to seek larger . quarters. As soon as completed, we will occupy the Barrass Building next door to the post office. Our new store will be furnished throughout with modern fixtures. No exdrug store in pense will be spared to make it the most complete and western Kentucky, and we assure you that our present standard of quality and service will be maintained. up-to-da- te .;. i . Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store"", S Beaver Dam, Ky. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES j: KVKItSIIAM' PENCILS I I il Camels are made For Men who r- - Think Jor Themselves : ,, A Such folks know real quality and DEMAND it. They prefer Camels becaiise Camels give them the smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos, perfectly blended and because Camels leave NO CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE. Like every man who does his own thinkinsr. vou want fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll find it in Camels. And, mind you, no flashy package just for show. No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things don't improve the smoke any more than premiums oicoupons. But QUALITY! Listen! 'That's CAMELS! WRKIS)! ODOUCOTCM1 . S 4'?mii sSKSbv SS R. J. F.ETNOLDS Tolicc. Wi..i..-S.l.., H. C C resuming oil .a staggering problem and havo a,l'l reclaimhig our honorable post- - emphasized the demands as never he- tion of honlnterferei in matters .i fore for . fiscal reforms which were i . . . . .. not our own, ana our uncompromls- - embodied in a national budget sys- Shows It Is In Harmony "Willi Spirit 'ing InBlstence of rightful recognition ' tern which had been defeated by Of (he Harding Administraof our place among the nations, pre- Wilson's veto, but which is now in tion, tb Date. serving our rights without offending operation with all tho machinery proour rivals, vided and at work In admirable fash-Io- n. Washington Sept. In the This is tho Nation's greatest "The proposed surrender to Japan lour niontln la which it nas been in of our uncontested international fiscal reform and Is one of the most FOR FLETCHER'S pension the rrsent Ilepuhlicnn 'con rights in the Pacific attempted by the outstanding achievements of recent gress has put thru a program of con- - treaty of Versailles as evidenced In times. This is the fulfillment of an I o legislation the Yap episode, is already recalled, other platform pledge. In accordance structive and remedial which has been unsurpassed, accord- and we are assured of national com- with this reform we have reduced XM'K SKT OK KATTLKItS ARK HATCIIKI) UV HAM) ing to Representative Simon D. Fess posure upon our view as stated by the pay roll here in Washington over or Ohio, chairman of the National the State Department and reinforced 41,000 since the armistice. Americus, Ga Sept. 17. M. W. Republican Congressional Committee. by including It in the program of the "The liquidation of war conditions Dryant, living In the Rift neighborsays: He coming conference. The same can fell most heavily and suddenly upon "Less than six months ago Hard- - be sald with Britain on the Mesopo the agricultural Interests. While oth- hood, can claim the distinction today ing was inaugurated President ot the taraia controversy, which is assured er industries still sustain high levels, of having hatched out a successful unnea btates. within a month he In satisfaction of both parties. The agriculture sank even below prewar brood of nine little rattlesnakes afcalled Into special session Congross, same with Mexico on her attempted prices. This Is due largely to the ter having crushed tho mother snake which has been In session a little ov- confiscation of property owned by character and condition of agricul- to doom a few days ago. Dryant, finding the big snake er four months. Mr. Harding has in- Americans. The exalted position ture, largely induced by a lack of orherited the Government of a Nation taken with the Reds of Russia was ft ganization and marketing facilities. which measured over six feet and whose fundamental principles badnal, Justifiable, and salutary, not Congress outlined a program ot re- had nine rattles, killed it and took the eggs found upon the Ursy plantaDeen wholly suspended, if not over only for us but for the Old AVorld, lief which is now completed. tion to his homo, where he placed by a world-wid- e turned, conflict. including Russia. Our position with "The emergency tariff was passed The war had involved all the world Panama is consonant with these ac- - and became law in May. It restrain- them in a box of sand for proper inand had completely interrupted the complishments ed by Increased duties foreign Impor cubation. Each egg hatched out and the little normal process of the laws of tations of products whose importaThe war was ended by congres- fellows measured about twelve Inches conoroic and scientific operation. The tions had increased 50 per cent, and Btress induced governmental Interfer-ehc- e, sionai resolution July 1, this year, to the great hurt of our own farmers. In length. They will be kept under steps are already completed for Congress "which suspended the laws of and also authorized a commis- observation. e production and consumption. The new the conference of nations called to- sion to investigate the causes ot the Jidjninlstratlon a public gether by the President to agree to prostration of agriculture with power GEHMAXV RATIFIES PEACE inherited TREATY WITH UNITED STATES debt of ?25,000,000,000, which has disarmament. This much talked about to recommend to Congress rmedial been increased from ?973, 000,000 to thing of world peace has taken long- legislation. This commission has Berlin, Sept 17. The treaty of this bewildering figure, the annual er strides within the past six months been at work for weeks and will soon centurj' of dogmatic theoriz- make peace between Germany and the Unitof which Is much greater than In a interest its report. Congress also en than the total cost of Government, ing in the past and promises to he acted the packers legislation in the in ed States has been formally ratified Including Army and Navy, before the the crowning event of this century. terest of the k Industry. It by the German ReJchrath, or upper war. It inherited a running expeiibe All this has been accomplished by and also enacted what is known as the chamber. that is six times what it was prior to with the consent of those parties re grain futures act to correct the fictiMr. Towser I'd like to get a dogthe war, which means that tho bur-dci- sponsible for the movement of world tious price manipulation on the stock wood cane. x of public taxation is that much peace at nome and abroad, and in a market. Clerk Yes, sir one heavier than it was in 1914. It manner which displays a warmer spir "The Farmers Cooperaive Associa- on it? American Boy. with the bark it of cosmopolitan cooperation than tion bill is now in conference and will found the Nation's industries m has up to date been noticed in the soon become a law. This secures by war demands, a pay roll the Heroine is the medicine that cures overbalanced, the laws of supply and conduct of nations in all our history. right of collective bargaining to the biliousness, malaria and constipations "In the four months of Congress agriculturist'. demand suspended, the Nation's capiTho first dose makes you feel bettor, and labor menaced and tho cost of in special session attention is called to tal "The agricultural aid bill permit- a few additional doses cures coma program of achievement not equal ting production abnormally It hicn. the War Finance Corporation to pletely. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio found the debts made, but the bills ed by any Congress in the same length aid in financing exports ot farm pro- County Drug Co. m of time. Besides the two deficincy ducts is just passed and promises unpaid. as were our domestic appropriation bills, th Army and Na- greater relief by loans to European "Disturbed IIERIIERT conditions, they were less critical vy appropriation hills have been en- capitalists upon satisfactory security, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Baize wore guests than were our foreign relations. Tho acted saving $G58, 000,000 In the bills and upon condition that tho money is ot Mr. and Mrs. Grant Midklff, Sunof Secretary limited to he expended to purchase day. intricate problems growing" out of below tho estimates Kuropcan jealousies wore further Uakor and Secretary Daniels. the product of the American farm, Rev. and Mrs. Chism wcro inter"To insure against a flood of im complicated by an effort to bind the "Two measures looking to atsiBt faced by J. B. Bruner and wife SunNation in a plan of supergovurnment, migrants determined to escape from tho farm loan banks to further extend day. prevented only by the Senate, which Old World turmoil Incident to war, farm credit have beon liuusd by both There is great oxcitement hero on wub overwhelmingly ratified in tho and thus Increasing our serious prob-lu- Houses. Ono allows $:il, 000,000 to account of tho oil boom, oil having of unemployment, Congress pass-e- d relieve the credit situation, and tho been struck on the Colo Jctt farm, at 'Boienin referendum' of hut at an oarly date tho immigration other allows per cent Interest on a dopth of 435 feot. The well was "Tho new administration immo 1111 limiting further immigration to land-ban- k hoi ds. shot Saturduy. It is said by oil mon diately attacked tho problem and has 1 l'or cent of the natlonalM already In "No Congress in our history has to bo tho best oil struck In the coun couraaoously proceeded in the work, j 'be country, This wan a platform earriod thru suoh reme ty. Tho next well will bo drilled on ot readjustment to the point v. lire imPleilKi mndu to tho country. dial legislation looking to the rehabil tho farm of O. T. Burdette. Ions thnu itix montha' time It has-- ' Mr. und Mrs. John Reardon aia en "Tho mammoth expenditure itation ot agriculture uh this npeclal h tho adniiratlou at lh,od lor by tho war, and tho Incredible sotwlon of tho Congress. tertaining their son, Wilbur Roardon world. Lot th record ipeNk far and extravagance in the uu of "This Congress fnced not only nnd wife, who wero married In jjeir. Our foreign rulatioo pollov u public lundg during tho war, presout- - greater but graver quoatlons than auy Sopt. 8th. Mrs. Reardon FESS LAUDS WORK OF G. O. P. CONGRESS definitely and certainly formor one In our history. One committee of this Congress,, tho Ways and Mpunn Commlttco, has conducted the hearings and reported out the tariff nnd taxntlon bills. Noto this work which ordinarily could not have pnss-owithin two yours. "The emergency tariff to prevent Immediate distress of the farm. That measure is now a law, since May. "Then enmo tho pormnncnt tariff hill. That legislation has ben pass-o- d through the House after weeks of committee consideration, and wits passed In this body nnd-i- s now In the Senate. taxation. "The revision of war-tim- e That bill came before the House after mature committee consideration nnd was passsed in this body, nnd Is now before tho Senate. There Is an annual saving lire of $700,000,000 or more than the total cost of the Government In 1912. "The committee will now take up the funding ot tho foreign loans. The Senate is already considering thh most Important problem. This will be followed by the refunding of the public debt. AH this will be accomplished before the session adjourns. "The establishment of tho Veterans Uiirntt, unifying under one head the activities of the Wnr Risk Insurance Bureau, the soldier rehabilitation previously under the Federal Hoard for Vocational Kducntlou, and kite Public Health Service is already accomplished, and will not only Insure expeditious action on disabled claims but will operate In distinct saving to the Government. "The amendment to tho Volstead Act to prvent tho raffle In beer thru the avenue of prescriptions will also be placed to th credit of this tssIoii "Tho reclassification of the postal mployoos upon a lnore oquit.ihlo ha-$of compensation is also en.ied into law. Theap are som' of Mif achievements already accomplished "The calendar shows faun ibb committee reports to the Iluti-- e of 233 House bills. 29 Mouse joint r mi lutlons. 60 House lesolutiotts and 7 Of House concurrent resolutions this number fifi House bills and n House joint resolutions havo h riftv- acted upon by the S natc tight of the CO House rosolutioi reported for action h.iv been l.tvor ably acted upon by the Hou-- i t "A complete summary of th slon up to date Is conclusive ;ig,ins tho senseless criticism that th ('( u greas has been inactive. "The calendar shows a greater amount of constructive logl latum than any equal period of legislative history. In our past anyone of the great outstanding measures woulu have been thought sufficient to signalize the Congress." d is J was formerly Miss Cathorlne Griffith of Dig Springs. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. Miller entertained tho following guests Thursday Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Miller, Miss Mat-tl- o Harnett, Mr. Jim Phillips mid Mrs Vita Cosier. Mr. Dolnr Huff if Newton, lown, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Huff. Mr. Lonlo Helm has purchased a new car. Miss Nlnn Rao Ilurdetto is attending the State Fair at Louisville this week. Sho Is the guest "of her sister, Mrs. O. II. Carter. WIIV JOI1.V AltltlVKI) HOMi: IiATK Pupll (to tall Mlssourlan teacher): Do you know why Mlssourians grow so tnll.'MIss McClure? Teacher: No, John, why? Pupil: Because they stay green so long. Liberty Bicycles On Sale "Sir" screeched tho :iun, "are you opposed to free wlld-hairo- d impelled "Not unlc- - I 1 to t, replied old Festu Anxious Old Lady, on rlvor stenmor I say, my good man, is this boat going up or down? Surly Deckhand Well, she's n leaky old tub, mn'am, so I shouldn't wonder if sho was going down. Then, again, her b'llcrs ain't none too good, so she might go up." London Ideas Tires and accessories, featherweight Motor Bikes, Motors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, Line Construction Material, Electrical Sup- pllCS, SllOC illld General Ke- pech " pair Shop. to If it's, fixable we fix it. P.t.r. Both telephones. MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP : Beaver Dam, Ky. 'BjS"H fl&SSlHiS yssmmssx m im brters m ml i rjffi ii n w m - - ' trie uaei Succeed when everything the falls. In nrr-- ou p'ostratioi? and female they ore the suori-ini vci.kncsse tirncly, ni thousands have testified. i m Suffer? m K3 m r.1 "KiiJ nM FOR KltiNEY.LfVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE i is the bet midelne evrr cold "er a is 's counter. : S Wonders for Me," Declares This Lady. "1 suffered for a long lime willt womanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce St., Ashcvillc, N. C. 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THi: C.OHVVAi Chorry ulUers bellevo that bad acting and singing nr go 'common Logal enforcement of religious LIctiimmI Itnlr I!i)IIhtm, and vegetables are so high that tlipmselven with principles may bring the church Into with they can After rri.Mis consultation a minimum of danger and a maxi- dlsfavor.thlnkn a writer for Tito 7 he l.iu" atlorney-Rnnortlio Kpvrorth HeYald (Mothodlst), who lirbTV commission an- mum of profit. appears to tin somewhat troubled at Woiuati ll(H)ll('(t Chief. nounced that women engaged In One woman and flvo niiyi who It the uioit recent attempt to have Con- lut' for other members' of the 'Illue Sunday' ,ex will henceforth he claused as bar-- li Ii claimed had sold enormous tiunnti-tie- s irresfl enact of ll(uor In New York and Long laws. Already, ho finds, the Church n mi'1 required to pay u ItctiHtt to the dale I'ndiT thin ruling they will Island wero arrested by prohibition Ib consurnl for Its activity in trying linvo to demonstrate ihclr skill wjth tnforcomont ngonts whllo they wero to onforco Its doctrines by legal and Is, therefore, In danger the Re' m before thj commission, delivering 200 cass of whisky which nnd x.f.in their ahlll.y has neen federal agents had agreed to buy at jot losing influence. The Idea Is not Tho woman,. Mrs. Mary now, but it takes on an added signifi$75 a caso. shown a licence to practice will ho Malo candl-latc- n White, had documents Indicating she. cance in coming from such a source. to tin in for $15. for a harhor'H llconso must go wns head of a bootlegging gang which Thero are, wo are. told, other means, to tho rapltnl to prove tholr nhlllty had Carried on its activities on a moans moro In conformity with tho whereby man Jiiit In the case of n woman tho ttst grand scale. Receipted bills from teachings of Christ, hotols and cafes Indicated that boot- may be taught the practlso of Chris beauty shop. will lie inado at her ' W. C. T. I'. legging had been a financial bonan- tian virtues. And tho writer wonPrayer. ailopteil by the W. za. Anthony CaBseso, head of the ders "if It isn't about timo to put In a resolution C T V nt Its annual convention hold Commercial Alcohol Co., one of tho some check on all this flood of talk in San Francisco, it was announced men arrested, carried business cards about laws to forbid this, that, and that efforts would lie ninilu to havo advertising "alcohol, spirits, whis- tho other practise, disapproved by Christian people" Ho notes: Armistice day set aside a n day of kies and wines." "Wo havo a prohibition clause In Wntsclm's ISIIiid "Queen." prayer for world peace, The organiWhen tho town of Wntscka, III., tho Constitution. It is properly there urged that tho Hlblo zation ii Iso should be taught more to chljdren waa asked to select a "qucon" to tako and It ought to be thoroughly enand that Wide reading should ho ox- - part In tho pageant held in Chicago forced, In New York, as well as In tended In homes whore It Is a closed In connection with tho opening of the Mnlno and North Dnkota. Dixlo highwiv. Its cltltn- chose Miss "Its enforcement Is not easy, and In J ook Kiiimn Laux, the village tolophono many quarters It Is not popular. The AiitM'igimtti' U'nder Iteslgim cripple rebellious minority blames the. church At the i. quest of tho board of d- operator, who has beon a on for tho law, and not without abund- and walks League, since childhood irectors of tho 311 Iss LitPage Gaston, founder and' prntrllf a Sho was named, tho c.ti- Unco of reason. wild, not nlono bieaueo sho was "Wo may as well admit that the Ik art of the l.ague, handed In her zens hoard declared that pretty but becnuse sho embodied the Christian faith and Its professors are resignation The positively and defilier Ideas wore more drastic than they quoonly qualities of courage and disliked o anprove of In that she insisted cheorfulnosi undor any condition, nitely, by many Americans who could nolgh- havo scarcely given a thought In promoting prohibitory methods, f.titli , In herslf an I frlendl whl.i Watsek iU.r..! t to religion. Minin tiirv ui re "content with spread- - borH-io"She Is our emphasiz nin" "What troubles mo Is that we may lug scientific and other Information prut, ct the youth from tho cigar- - most typical glii" tnoy cianucu, ami ho in danger of thinking that all the to we .vant ends of the Gospel can he secured by ite habit .. " Miss Gaston has been an wo selected Inr baus .. .i t.i,. iitiji ... Inilfrn iiu liv hnr" law, nnd particularly by law which j uamu ...i. Lium ti. j..-- r iiiui nc'IV rciurilior inr juius i.nu Ilryiui's Ihtugliter Produces Film forever says, "Thou shalt not." Jethe from founding Mrs. Ruth Owen daughter or v. J. sus our Lord, did not always teach was nFociated with Frances Lmiji n Ilryan tho I oy orator of the Plr.tte" men so. Ho left somothlng to perfight. E U illard ill the orator" of suasion, to forgiveness, to tolerance, and the "rihor-tonguo- d Uehccl nt UniK Skirts. and to lovo. dnys. bo wrltton, dlre-tuThe uui.ion of Denver nre in revolt later "I do not plead for lowered standnp iln-- the niandato from Paris that produce, a moving picture called sl.lrtc must be lengthonod, Just as "Once upon Timo." The picture is ards or for a church- silent In the ovlls. Hut there i.ot a ilr.itnailzed portrayal thy hau becomo accuitomod to tho dbning.iialud fathor's eventful of her presence of grave penal enactments careor are churches with short lat. and are planning to or-.Fn. Easi In their own laws, nnd the success of io to let the shopkeepers know but describes scones In tho . long garments. whoroMrs-- Owen toured with hor hus- thoso enactments lias not been brilthey will n.t buy the liant enough to arouso much faith TJiry ha adopted the slogan, "Only band. in more laws to make peoplo conform women with ugly leg" woar long Despondency. to churchly rules. skirts," and will plastor the town with "If wo could seo the picture of the it They affirm that women havo Sufferers from Indigestion aro apt Christian Church In tho mind of tonever b. en so honlthy as with short Amerclan, the nkirts. nnd that they should lie al to becomo .dscouraged and feel that day's to keep a stylo thoy like and completo recovery Is not to bo hoped chnnces are .that It would show a company of narrow-minde- d not be dictated to by a foreign coun- for. No ono could make a greater mistake. Hundreds havo beon per Ignorant bigoted meddlers in other try. manontly cured by taking Chamber people's affairs. Cherry SMers Come Hack. ty Court) at about tho hour of ono "Tho picture Is not true, and It has o'clock P. M.. upon a credit of six Tired of llfo on their llttlo farm In lain's Tahlots and can now eat anyIowa, tho Cherry Msters, Kfflo iiiul thinc that they crave. These tablets been drawn, In largo part, by unscru- months, the following described .real who pulous cunning propagandists AyrBle. a dancing vaudeville-- team oi strongmen inu smmani uu estate lying and being In Ohio Coun- gone by, nre about to return It to perform its functions naturally hato Chrlsllrnity as did tho silver- tv. Kentucky and described as folk years j to tho stage, from which, they retired If you havo not tried them do so at smiths of Ephesus. laws: m WJ u.. "All tho more we "need to give with a snug fortune. The fame of onco. No. 1 Beginning on a gum, c6i'-nfreedom and breadth and beauty of tho Cherry sisters Is almost forgotto the J. Y. Hudson survey; "Did tho traffic cop arrest you?" our faith a larger opportunity to be ten by the present generation, but It thence North 69 E. 51 poles to a Chugglns. seen of men." "Twico'', replied Mr. vns said of them, "they wero so rot- white oak In the D. V. Daugherty ton they wero good." Ono drama- - "When I couldn't stop ho arrested line; thence with said lino N. 3 W. Tho llcst Advertisement. I finally tic called them "scarecrows," whero- - mo for spcodlng, and when Tho best advertisement any mer- 28 poles to a black oak and 3 white upon ho was sued for libel and tho stopped and couldn't start ho arrcsc- oaks; thence S. 87 W. G8 poles to a Wush- - chant can have 1j a satisfied customjudgo held for the defendants, which cd mo for blocking traffic." er. No greater, recommendation can gum; thence N. 10 W. 62 poles to a much publicity and con- - Ingtcn Star. nctted them bo given an article than the follow- gum and chestnut in the .Brownsville which Applause slderablo cash. ing by E. li. Mllburn, Prop., Gulon road; thence W. 50 poles to a stone; on tho stage often was greeted them -, Drug Store, Guion, Ark. "We have thence S. 3 W. 12 & poles to a stone; accompanied by fusillades of vegetaFOR FLETCHER'S sold Chamborlaln's Cough Itemedy thence S. 87 W. 6 poles to a stone; liles, so that sometimes they sang bp- - j r for vnrs and have always found that thenco S. 24 E. 53 poles to a stone hind a wlro netting. Howovor, tho m to a small black oak and white oak; It gives porfect satisfaction." thenso S. 87 W. 12 poles to a stone As tho train neared the city the on public roadi'thence S. 26 E. 100 BETTER HORSE BREEDING WAR DEPARTMENT ENCOURAGES colored porter approached the jovial-face- d poles to a stone! thence S. 12 E. 4 gentlomanaylng with a snrile: poles to a stone; thenco S. 32 E. 38 poles to a stone; thenco N. 71 E. 29 Free; Pays Liberal Prices For "Shall I brush you off, sir?" Furnishes Thoroughbred Stallion Service "No," he4roplied; "I prefer to get poles to a stone; thenco N. lS1 poles Many Kentucky Farmers Ownlnu Thoroughbred Mares Find Foals. Breeding More Profitable Than Farming. off In tho usual manner." Princeton to the beginning, excluding two small Tiger. parcels that have been sold and good citizen who owns a good mare No lurmor, breeder or other deeded from the above survy but yet peeuetnoou inieitst in Tnll to realize the lact that lie may li ive mi actual If your child is pale and sickly, containing 76 acrs, more or less. toe pri'io'd Plans f I ho Covornnient to Improve our Iiorsej und stimulate picks at the nose, starts In the sleep the production of tliem, on a stone. No. 2. Beginning Willie special OlTort Is being' mule not to place tho (lovernniciit's and grinds the tepth whllo sleeping, 'White's corner to a three acre lot; with Ions in Roclloiu where thej will conlllct or coirpete A romecly thence W. 3 S poles to a stone on conditions with respect to the Important it Is a sure sign of worms. tlmroiiglibrvd liur.-o- s, v so much so that for theW parasites will bo found in east side of public road; thence with batter question of iiiecMIng up" ahvuily nto lew owners of acceptable brood ln.nre" have not now ready ntcess to lw Whlte'3 Cream Vormlfugo. It not said road 36 'A poles to a stone; Ibcrvlccs of a tried, and otherwise excellent, thoroughbred stallion. only clears out- - the worms, but it re thenco E. 10 S p"bles to. a stone in Milln-ie.ior these horsrs, nui'-oeThe Government Is rapidly acquiring good stores health nnd cheerfulnss. Pric M. L,. Daugherty's line; thenco N. All uro tmili hv the clfl of patriotic breeders nnd by purchase. uDc per liottio. ooict oy uuio uouniy 25 W. 37 noles to a stone at beginre;:lsiorod' In stud boohs they are dorses of sound " m ning, containing one acre and 135 rcu-u- n of tholr iicconiplWiiueiin Drug Co. cllher by superiority; lulling been pedigrees. .'ui the tiiif or poles, moro or less. Oivuera Is nvallnhle for public service on very liberal terms. ', SAIiK. C'OMMISSIONKII'S Being same land conveyed to Henry of houiiil iiiaie, iltb a square trotting gnlt may breed to them free of flK('IAlj White by Otis White and Bettle charge, piovliliiV the (ioverniiiciit Is given mi option on tho foal nt three 'years of ago for $150.00. This option, however, vlll bo waived or can- I. S'. Karris. Plalntjff. White, his wife by deed dated AuTints, the owner Is free to choutci celled upon pnvment of a nominal fee. vs. Nptlce of sale. gust 20,1918, and of record In deed "Lately", reiuaik-c- d his market, whUli he may ofien do nt u li'iiidsomo iirollt. C. II. White, Defendant. book 58. page 125, Ohio County a firieer from Shclbv ('ouniy on the trnlu with weoui the writer eliancid Clerk's office, or a sufficiency thereof my tluee thnrniulibred mares nets nm he, "ii colt or lllli'V fro to . L. L. Kmbry, Plaintiff. of to pay tho plaintiffs' debts, Interinoie piollt tlinii a season's work out 'in the old place." .lack and inulo dealers also should aul! thenihelve of the opportnnlt vs. Notico of salo. est nnd coats. ; to breed to these thoroughbred sires. C. II. Whlto, Defendant. . The purchaser will bo required to Never was the tune when good, useful horses were bo scarce and so Uy vlrtuo of a Judgment and or- oxecute bond Immediately after sale, Tliev are wnuteil for the army, on orr farms, anil U piuiKiit lifter. vehicle. The der ot salt directed to mo ns Special wllh approved security, bearing InThin, despite the uiolor-diie- i comiiiereliil purMills. following (able of stntlstles, u compilation by the Nii'lmiul Assoclntlon of Commissioner, Ohio Circuit Court, terest at 6 per annum from date Allb'd lloi-- e Interests, 1'roiideiice, It. I., Kraphlciilly Illustrates the two nbovo styled actions now until paid, and a Hen will be retained in eleven cities representing n combined In tho deiiiniid for the horse ponding In tho Ohio Circuit Court and on tho land sold to further secure tho population of more than J,8S0,ni!ti: directing mo to soil tho hereinafter payment of said bond. Said bond to VehldPs Licensed for Uuslness Purposeo Number of ' dosctibod property, first, for tho pur- havo tho force and effect of a judgin I'leven Cities Darius 1010, 1M1, lOlli, Snowing ruue.it of Increase. Increase I't'iCciit pose of paying tho debt, Interest and ment. loio-ioi- : HX ioiu ion Given under my hand this the 12th coat of the plaintiff. I. S. Farrls, dobt l.ri,0S0 1.070 , I.ViIlS IWJ1 Halllniore, Mil. l(5ft--(l 17,100 S.00 amounting to $250.55 with lnterost day of Septombor, 1921. iri,si:i Huston, Mass, 1.01 11,000 11,718 11.778 S. A. BRATCIIER, S. O. C. C. thorcon at tho rate of C per cent per Itulliilo, N. V. 27.01 2,180 1,742 i.7i:t Galveston, Texas annum from the 1st day of March, Heavrln & Martin, Attys. 8.10 1.U20 , 1,217 l.ail Mobile, Ala-m 1921, until paid, Second, to pay tho 8.C1 11,148 lO.tMKt 10,201 l'lltaburg, I'n. When you have an achey, stretchy C0.00 0,011 dobt, Interest and cost ot tho plain7,801 I'rovbleine, It. I.- , 4.r8 a,i."i2 a,5i4 tiff, L. L. Embry, dobt amounting to feeling and you aro dull, tired and disRichmond, Yu. 7.14 IfiO KUI 110 Sicksbiiig, Mlw. $179.10 with Interest at tho rale ot couraged It is a sign ot approaching OSI 1.78S 1l8.r8 Worcester. Mass. G por cent per annum from March malaria or chills. You should act .mo 1 o.iu i,oin Salt Lake City, Utah long 3, 1921, until paid, nnd nil cost of quickly to ward off an attack. Her-bln- o ipting the nttlttule arrived at The United Stales Go eminent ". l ..!!.. puboffers you tho help you need. It iwmi-nu- n, iui., since by the fur older and more experienced nunipeiui thoroughbred Industry this sale. I will offer for salo at the bias, or even the sttiltlllnitlon. of the lic outcry to the highest and host bid- destroys the malarial germ, drives out realizes that Meuiiwlille. the Impetus ot government would be a national calamity. der at the court house door In Hart- nil Impurities and makes you feel In' the work of Increase and betterment or our supply of horses li.irtlclnnthin fonneralliey are a ford,' Kentucky, on Monday, October blight, vigorous and cheerful. Price und inula Is of lurllculur slgnllleaiico to Kfiitui-kreap n persoiiul business advantage, besides rendering a patriotic 3rd., 1921 (It bolng the first day ot 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug ili.ialtl.in to m the regular term of the Ohio Coun- - Company. isenlee to the country as u wholo. now-ndital til bob-lili.K notes about women f i ' GALLON s fact, we are prepared to furnish you anything you may desfire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In most7 For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Anti-Cigaret- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, cftc., IXT STOCK. If You -- i hore-tofor- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. anti-saloo- - m Hartford Printing Company INCOHPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY jjed joy-klllln- g, """ !, er Children Cry CAST O R A d 5-- t r d th-'I- r '' UorsO-Drlvo- n c;i W-- 1 ..."... Church, thence with St. or Alloy, to OKDpilS OHIO COUNT!' COURT REGULAR TERM SEPT. 5, 1021 Hartford ahd Hardlnsbure road: thence with said road to Sullenger's Mill road; and with same to Rough Hon. Mack Cook, J. O. C. C. presiding. River, thence down said River to tho It appearing to the satisfaction of N. E. Corner of Beda Votlncr Prnplnrt-to the court, that it is necessary thence with lino of Beda Voting Pro- change the boundary lines of West clnct to the beginning. Hartford Voting Precinct No. 2, of And it is further ordered and Ohio County, Ky., It Is therefore? orby the Court, that all tho legal dered and adjudged by the court that voters residing In the above bounds- tho boundary line of West Hartford ry be and they are entitled to vote in Voting Precinct bo and it Is hereby changed and established as follows, said precinct, and tho voting placo in said precinct shall be Beginning at tho corner of tho Ohio County, Kentucky. at Hartford, Beaver Dam, Rosine and East East O. C. C. Hartford Voting Precincts, at or near A CopyMACK COOK, J. Attest: Sandefur's crossing; thence with a W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. line of East Hartford Voting Pre- . cinct and tho Hartford and Morgan- Swelling of fhe flesh caused by In- town road to the Hartford 'and Beaver n.im rnn.i nt T.nn Smtth'sMhenrfi with ilammatlon, cold, fractures of tho said Hartford and Beaver Dam road l,one- - toothache, neuralgia nr rheu-an- d Clay St.. to Washington St.; 'matism can bo relieved by applying thenco with Washington St.. to Main Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should St.; thence with Main St., nnd Hart- - "o well rubbed in over tio part afford and Owensboro road to Hartford ' footed. Its great healing and peno-- & Ross Ripple road; thenco with said 'trating power eases tho pain, reduces road to the line of Beda Voting pre- swelling and restores natural condi cinct; thence to the N. E. corner of tions. Price 30c, 60c and $1.20 por. Centortown Precinct; thenco with tho bottle. 'Sold by Ohio County Drug m. lines of Centertown Volng precinct to Co. ' tho Render Voting Precinct; thenco NOTICE with tho line of same to the East Bea ver Dam Voting Precinct; thenco with P. S. Lashbrook, et al., the lino of same to tho beginning. vs. Notice. And it further ordered and adjudged by the court, that all pt tho Stock Law Election In West Boaver Dam Voting Precinct, No. 14. legal voters residing within the above Pursuant to a Judgment rendered boundary bo and thoy are entitled to vote In said precinct, and tho voting by tho Ohio County Court, at its placo in said precinct shall be at regular Soptember term, 1921, notico Is horoby given that on Tuesday Hartford. Ohio County, Ky. Sth, 1921, same being tho MACK COOK, J. O. C. C. regular election day, a poll will bo A Copy Attest: W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C, C. opened for the purpose of ascertaining tho will of tho legal votors residing In West Beaver Dam Voting Pro-clnNo. 14, upon the following FOR FLETCHER'S question: "Are you in' favor of making It unlawful for cattlo or any spc- fclosi thereof to run at large upon the public highways and unlnclosod lands OltllEHK OHIO COUNTY COURT REGULAR TERM SKIT ."5, of West Heaver Dam Voting Precinct, No. 14"? Given undor my hand, this 9th day It appearing to tho satisfaction of the court, that It Is nocossary to of "September, 1921. W C. BLANKENSH'P. change tho boundary lln oof .North Clerk Ohio Count Court Hartford Voting Precinct, No. 36, of 1211 m" Ohio County, Ky., It is theroforo ' adjudged by tho court, "Uhiunberlnlii's Colic nnd Dlariiioeu, ordered and Remedy In Michigan. that tho boundary lino of North Mrs. A. II. Hall. Casovlllo, Mich., Hartford Voting Precinct, No. 35 bo and It is hereby changed and estab- says, "I wish to thank you for your grand, good medlclno, Chamberlain's lished as follows, Beginning at Beda Voting Precinct Colic nnd Diarrhoea Itemedy. Wo aro Ross never without It In the house, and I lino; thenco with Hartford Ripple rond to tho Hart'ird & Owens- am sitro it savod our baby's llfo boro road; thenco with said road this summor." Mrs. Mary Carrlngton, Casovlllo, nnd Main St., to Ceptor St., thenco St., to Clay St.; thence Mloh., says, "I havo used Chamborwith Center with said street, to Union St., and laln's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy with Union St., to Griffin St., and for years and It has always given m with Griffin St., to colored Baptist prompt relief." r I ad-Jud- Children Cry ct, CASTO RA l2l to-w- lt: t BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (lly I. D. Clalro.) In which, we lilies Sr double-cros- s I a master mind AND THREW away his code?. AND WHEN ho sent. TALK ABOUT dlmo novels. THEY SENT Jim down. TO TEXAS to Investigate. SOME OIL wells thorn. WHICH THEY might buy. 4 THE FINAL dopo. 'HE FOILED tho villain. THE MESSAGE Just saltL "CHESTERFIELD." AND HIS directors know THAT ALL was woll WITH THOSE oil wollsi ... The Inrgo citlos with their "Great White Ways" have nothing on a Biuall on an Ohio county road, according to reports ronchlng this office. This embryonic city cannot boast ,of electric lights, or oven of ncotyllno fiarors, but it Is said to bo literally aflam6 with moonshine However, an oarly eollpso Is predicted by the olliclal astronomersr way-etatl- OUR CAR LOAD OF V i I WIRE FENCE Is Going Fast. mLJBtJSSL IF JIM said O.K. AND HE was to report. BY WIRE In secret codo. tho villain. NOWa-ENTE- R A SLIPPERY crook. FOR OIL men know. GOT WIND Of It. AND TRAILED Jim down. COPIED OFF his code. AND BRIBED IN SO THAT "CHESTERFIELD" moans', "THEY SATISFY." ... ... ... . ' -- s. My local editor played md a mean trick last week. Sometime ngo I took a playful shot at tho Ladles' ltly pardon, and In my first Issue here " undertook to make amends by writing n dickens of n nice compliment on the Illy pond, and when the paper camo out I was mortified to find In 'the same Issue a moution of It as tho "frog pond." I'll edit my local editor hereafter. I AMERICAN WOVEN WIRE FENCE Barbed Wire, Nails and kindred articles. Lowest prices in six years. See us before buying. a boob. THE telegraph branch. THE crook could got. YOU'LL THE EARLIEST word. AND CORNER stock. AND WORK aliold-up- . know you've "struck: when you discover Chesterfields. You'll say "they satisfy." A. wonderful blend tho pick of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos put together in tho Chesterfield way that's why "they satisfy." And tha Chesterfield blend can not ba copiddl Did you know about tha Chesterfield package of 10 ? I .ftcr spending tho, night with a family of friends recently I greeted the mistress of the houso with "How are you this morning." She complained of having slept poorly through the night, saying that her young son had left his now bicycle on the front poarch, and that she had gotten up at frequont Intervals to sec that it had not been stolen, and she didn't Inugh at my joko when I naked her why she did not set the wheel Inside Me and Providence ,ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. ' IT LOOKED llko easy coin., BUT JIM got wise. -- move In mys- bb--S. ' terious ways .our wonders to perform It required pationce and persistence j but I finally driv Albert Cox to shav- lng off that shaggy beard. Ills wlfi ortcr thank me. ' To the gaeers Into the movie fir-- , FIFTH ANNUAL WORLD TOUR OF AMERICA'S SECOND LARGEST INDEPENDENT CIRCUS ' ' niaiiif nt Futty Arbucklo now appear as a fading star. A whole lot of fplke have congr.it ISt me on keoplng that rotten "streak" stuff out of the paper since Liggett & Myers Tobacco Col I came itre. and- - I promise there won't be nmoore of It while I stay unless Duko and Peggy slips one V on me. -- "-, , Report of the condition of the OFFICERS ARE APPOINTED Foster, C. A Louisville attorney in writing Combined With T. Ma'ddox, J.; D. It. 'JO HOLD NOV. ELECTION Ceralvo H. Rockport Deposit Bank mo hero addrossod. me as "editor i Helsley, J.; Alvls Fulkerson, S.;J. Doing business at the town of omerltus." Thore ain't no such a pa- At :i meeting or the board of eiec- - H. Wood. C. Ohio, State RoCkport, County-o- f Sper published bore, but I got the let pt- - Pleasant Theodora Hill, J , commissioners, composed of Hen- lion of Kentucky, at the close of j " ter all right. ry Leach, W. H. llarnes and S. A. T N. Nail, J.; Mat Lindley. K.. A. :. business on September 6 Bratcher, held'last week, tho follow- - T'' lienor, C. 1921. . I asked Miss Tfnsley the other evHORSES, COW BOYS, Narrows - J T. Petty, J.: J 15. ing named citizens wore appointed ening why she lot Wllburn cut down to hold the regular Movcm- - Renfrew, J:; 0. L. Jlhalts. S : C. C. fificers RESOURCES Indians, Animal Actors, all those fine old shade trees In her j C' I'tur, C. bcr election: $G3,53q.r,3 Loans and Discounts Performing Elephants yard. She said Tins' didn't do It; Halph J. A. Greer, J.; J. L. East Hartford E. P. Barnard, J; Overdrafts, secured and that she had them cut herself, and Raymond, S.; D 0. ; Combs, J.; S. O. Keown, S.; J"n 1,622.43 unsecured when I asked her why, she said It was I Moseley, C. E. E. Hlrkhead, C. Stocks, bonds and other HIPPODROME a question of having shade trees or Dennis, J; John Prentiss Clarence West Hartford S. T. Barnett, J.; 7,650.00 Securities AND ARENIC ACTS a garden and she preferred the garW. H. Parks, J.; Elijah Robertson, Cooper, J.; Jim Shepherd, S.; Mos-S- .; Due from Banks 5, 508.86 den. "Trees shading the garden" I cow Talor, C. Glenn Tinsley, C. Cash on hand 3.204.S2 I'L'XXV BRASS "No, alio returned, "The ventured. Herbert Grant Mldkiff, J.; .T P.. Banking Houso Furniture 33eda W. R. Carson, J.; Estll CLOWNS BANDS trees were shading Wllburn." Howe S.; L. J. Tr.y-Ic- y Uennett, J.; O. II. Tinsley, S.; Dud- - limner, J.; Abe 4.500 00 and fixtures mm lor, C. Westerfield, C. TAX-PAYER- S Snlphur Springs A. W. Mldkiff, ' Arnold J. O. Albln. J.; O. B. ?SC,022.46 NOTICE TO Total T AInv Bnswpll. .1 Ah Wcsterflnlil. Howell, J.; J. w. Arnold, h.; Liar- LIABILITIES , ince Arnold C. I, or one of my deputies will be S ; B. F. Bean. C. Capital Stock paid in, in John Render Milton Park J.Magan C. D. Taul, J.; J. C. Ma$15,000.00 at the following places on (lie folcash OF EARTH'S RARE WILD ANIMALS gan, J.; Tom Medcalf, S.; Leo Miller, Stewart, J.; Chester Loney, S.; Claud Surplus .Fund 6,700.00 low iiifj dates, for the purpose of colMje-- s, C. lecting taxes. I'leasi' meet me at C. Undivided Profits, less ex Simmons W. L. Day, J.; S. L. Cromwell Silas L. Stevens, J.; OF FREAKS penses and taxes paid . . 920.29 the places mentioned below: AKTNAVILLi;, Monday Oct. Ike Cooper, J.; Warren Taylor S.; Soutlmu. J.; Harrison Crowe. S.' Deposits Hiib-jeAND CURIOSITIES ' Cortoz BrownC. IfEUISKIlT, Trtesday Sherman Taylor, C. Oct. to check . . $41,044.00 North Hartford -- A. D. Mrk, J ; Time Deposits. $17,357.21 5S.402.17 SIIRKVK, Tliursiliir. L. Moore, J.; Oct. Ciool Springs James LOW RATE RAIL EXCURSION FROM .J X. Berrymnn, J.; Q. M. Benton' Hooker Williams. J.; Silas Gibson, Duo Banks and Trust Co. Oct. 5,000.00 KOIIDSVILI.K, Saturday EVERYWHERE S.; J. II. Wilson, JJ. CKXTKUTOWX, Monday .,..Oct. S. ; U. Whitesearver, C. Sunnydale Joy Wheeler, J.; John Oct. s 2strth Rockport J. T. Carter, J.; ?S6,022.4G MATAXZAS, .Monday Total WILL KKOXOS,, Tue.sday v,Oct. Alladore Brown, J.; C. C. Maddox, S.; Dodson, J.; Almond Duke, NS.; James Stats of Kentucky) Davis, C. .K. C. Woodburn, C. CKItALVO, Wednesday Oct. )Sct. EXHIBIT AT Pond Run J. II. Miles, J.; A. II. County of Ohio ) flX'llOLS, Saturday . Oct. .South Rockport Mack Hendrix, J.; W. II. Maddox, S.; Norton Ross. 3r ; S, O. Maples, J.; Ray Herrel, S.; Oct. We, A. D. Park and S. L. Mason, 1IKKL1X, .Monday OXE'DAY OXLY Hun ley, C. Oct. James S. Banks C. President and Cashier of the above I5UKOK1), Tuesday Taylor Mines 'O. B, Joues, J.; named Bank ,do solemnly swear that HULL'S Rl'X, Wednesday . . .Oct Select E. B. Finley, J.; C. W " Tlmi-MlnOct. S.; W. I. E. F. Render, J.; Rowan Greer, S.; the above statement is true to the TAKI-'V- , Rannoy, J.; Jr.iaes Ilstbr, Richard Baker. C. I MAOAX, Tuesday, Oct. 1 1 L.inkford, C. best of our knowledge and belief. Admission, Adults 60c; Children 30c. War Tax D. N. Howard, South Fordsville Oct, JO A. D, PARK, President. RALPH, .Monday Horse Branch Milos Crowder, J.; Included. Exhibitions 2:00 P. M. and 8:00 P. M. J.; Shelby Ford, J.; W. If. Parks, S.; ROSIXE, Saturday .. Oft. lil) S. L. MASON, Cashier. Biv. Boyd, J.; G. J. Clnistian, S.; G. A. E. Smith, C. AU.NOL1), Monday Oct. 17 C. Subscribed and s.v3rn to before me J. Hooverj South IloFlnc Warren Leach, J.; this 16th day ofSept.'"i021. IIAI.KTOWX, Tuesday a. m. Oct. 18 North Rosine C.'E. Ualey, J.; T. SEI.IX'T, Tuesday p. in Oct. J 8 RHODA ROYAL CIRCUS will exhibit at FORDSVILLE" L. T. RBID, N. P. A. Rasland, J.; Andrew Alford, S.; It. H. Raines, J.; W .W. Hatler, S.; Bon II. Morris, C. My commission expires Ap.il 22, ritOMWELLj WcdncMlay ...Oct.lt) L L. Emliry, C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 Einmer Ash-b- 1922. South Centertown PUKXTISS, Friday Oct. 21 Knot Boavar Dam Ben P.ccd, J.; Low rate excursions oh both railroads. J.; II. I). Bean, J.; Jesse Hill, S.; Correct Attest: TAYOIt MIXES, Saturday . . .Oct. 22 Will B. Taylor, J.; J. B. lllankenshlp, EUgai Calvert, C. Oct'. 22 MellEXRV, Saturday : Horace Taylor, C. S. L. MASON, S HORSE HRAXCir, Monday ..Oct. 17 Jones. A. D. PARK, which road Is as follows: West Beaver Dam C. P. Hodges, NARROWS, Wednesday ....Oct. Ill TLEAR Itl'.V ITEMS , .1 ; James Barnes, J.j Otho Dexter S.; Beginning at tho White Run and Misses Anna Wood anclMary EthERNIE CURTIS. DUXDEE, Monday Oct. 2t el Everly left Sunday Tor Howling Cromwell road; thonco running n Directors .. G.orgo W. Keown, C. Tho fanners aro very busy now Oltiton, Tuesday Oct. 18 Green to enter the Stuto Tlormal northerly course 27r. yards over tho McIIenry A. M. Smith, J.; E. F. outting t'obacco and corn and making MAMMAtiK LICKNSK WYSOX, Wednesday . Taylor Mill road along tho lino of T. Oct. 2(1 school. Render, J.; Sam James, S.; Adraln molasses. ROCKPORT, Wednesday . . . .Oct. 20 y Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Everly enter- W. McQuady and A. S. Keown's holrs meeting Wilson. C. Thorowill bo an Edward Iloovei, Cincinnati, to El- REAVER DAM, Thursday . . .Oct. 27 tained a number, of friends with a holrs; thonco 110 yards In an easterly North Costertowa S. II, Rendor, at Harnett'B Creek Sunday. Preaching SIMMONS, Saturday sie Ridwell, Hartford It. 3. .1 ; H. A. Aehby, J.; Alvia Rosa, S.; O. Oct. 8 rook party Wednesday night. course; thenco over tho Keown heirs aftor Sunday school by the pastor. ' "M Oct. 21) , Row Birch Shields, and in the after- Dallas Wright. Olaton, to Ethel REXDEH, Saturday Mr. Elbert Drown has bought and 875 yardx, a northern courso; thenco Illbhop, C. Sma'llhous O. T. Klttlnger J.; W. noon thore will be declamations and Jones, Hartford R. 1., S. A. Bratcher, S. O. C. moved to tho Hon Kimmol property, ovor tho lands of H. O. Awtry 16fi Elvis C. Funk, to Iiibk Kirk, Hartand Mr. Kimmol has bought and mov- yards in n northernly direction; M Addlngton, J.; A. L. Franco, S.; recitations by tho children and paw ford It. 5. thenco 350 yards west; thonco 420 Ross Morton, C. Reggie I'm off to Europe noxt ed to tho D. W. Kimmol farm. trons of tho Sunday School. Clyde Ilyors, to Vorda Johnson, weok. Can I do anything faw you ovali Mrs. Lucion Klmmel and children yards north; thonco ovor tho InmU W. Woddlng. Kant Fordsville-i-C- . Martha, llttlo daughter of Mr. mid ' .1 of noar Paradiso, roturned Sunday, of F. M. Crowdor's heirs 330 yards , Ira lllo. J.; K. W. Truman, S.; ;ir. Diamond Miller, h:(i been 111 for McIIenry. thore, deah boy? V. Stevens, to Katlo York, 15ea-vIt. a northern courbo; thonco over tho J3 F. Rioe, C. the past week. Tom Blunt No, going's enough, uf,ter a visit with relatives hero. Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Forrol of Horse hinds of W. E. Ralo 420 yards In a West Fordevllle W. F. Known. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stewart of thanks! Ilotton Transcript. (Johinn Shown, Hartford R. 5, to Rranoh, visited Mrs. Forrol's sister, northornly course; theuco on tho lino . L. Knctt, J.; Jjrrt Wbittlajshill, S.; vlaltod tholr parents, Mr. Illimch Hlckey, Hartford It. 1. CL'UALVO (JliEAXIXf.'S Mn. Ida Barnard, Saturday and Sun- between tho lands of C. E. Crowdor O. Nenl, C. R. and Mr!. L. C. Hoover and Mr. and Elvis McCoy, to Noka liaise, RockMuncy 11. llaizo 465 yards u northMrs. Owen Jones spent last woek day. ShreveC. T. WhltjInKhlll, J.; Mrs. Amos Stewart a few days this port. Iji Evansvlllo. oc i ornly courso; tlunce across tho lauds John Rubinoa. J.; Rufus Dowuil, S.; week. Clovland Taylor, to Mary Ilnton, Mre. Wayno Woodward and threo NOTICE of Jutson Wilson 475 yards, a. northMr. and Mrs. Herman C'.u- - Petty, C. Peach of chlldron, of Pueblo, Colorado, tire ernly qourso; thonco across tho lands K. Millar, J.; Henry Hancock county, vUttod relatives in Wysox. Olaton J. William K. Royal, to Luna qiiorf visiting Mrs. Woodward's mother, Notice is hereby given that tho un- of Jutson Wilson 475 yards, Y llx. J.; Job Sinith. S.; II. S. Puttor- - the county thW week. Thoy spout a Mrs. Drusllla HUrnard nnd' othor dersigned citizens and land owners northornly courso to tho Mount Picas-n- nt Tuesday night with Mr. L. C. Hoover Rouluo. M)l. C. Reorgo AskliiH, Dundoo, to Myrtlo relatives. nt Ohio County, Kentucky, vill on and Ronfrow road. Iinford C. I). Iliulaua. J.: C. B. tml family. Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Wood attended Monday, October 3, 192J. It Wituess our hands tills tho ICth tho Mr. Stliuou Park and wife rot urn ed Gentry,1 Narrows. I'unilUf. J.; R. D. HnrtUtt. S.; For- . st Hull, C. the Stuto Fair at Louisville last weok. first day of the regular October term day or September, 1921. to tholr homo at Llvormore, Sunday, Mrs. Thomas Mullen of Princeton, or the Ohio County Court, file tholr Kil Daniel, J.; J F Mau-M- ", nfter a yinit with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. C. S. MOXEY, The Katydids will bo on trial SunUurtUtt lnd., visited her sister, Mrs. P. Jones petition in said court asking tho day morning, according to tho old Co. Euglueer.Vo torn. J.; J. It. Waller, S.; Hoy Mitahall, Parke. Mastorx Maurice and Herschol tho frost will full three months last week. Mrs. Mullen was accom- Honorable Mack Cook, Judgo of .inid II. O. AWTRY, V. MARIE DAUCIIERTY, lloflin U. S. ConJIt. J.- - A. V. Puik und llttlo Miss Ida Ruth Park after" those weather profits sound panied by her son, Robert, who spout court, to establish a now road in Ohio several weeks with hie uunt, Mrs. County, Kentucky, the course of 13t2 NANCY D. IJAIZB, et oL their flrat note of wangle. Jiowan, Jr; J. B. Shavor, S.j J. W. wero baptized Friday. o-cr EfTB BIG v g OKLAHOMA RANCH REAL WILD WEST t. Pat-Lesl- ie I 200 200 J-- I 150 150 30 30 Giant Menagerie CONGRESS BEAVER DAM ct ... ...... .... Monday, September 26. A -- y, all-da- or A ad-(i- ro --