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NUMBER 14 UNEMPLOYMENT CAUSE FOR GREAT COUNCIL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, . Hopklnsvlllo river, It. II. Station, A. II. Casey; Hopklnsvlllo Circuit, L. P. Plorcoy; Klrkmansvlllo, L I. Chnmller, Kuttnwa, I. W. NaIS. W. Hnrdln; Lafayette, pier", Lamasco, F. S. Yancey; Linton, Solomon Dycus; North Codlz, A- - L- Norton lllc, Ked Glover,; Pembroke, M. L. Dyer; PlRgah, A. II. Reynolds; Princeton, A. D. Lcltch-flelStntloti, C. It. Smlthlanil Crowe; Suiithlnnd Circuit, It. T. Mc- connoii; Trenton, o. a. Gaiior; white Plains, ii. m. Cottingham; , professor of Morton Elllcott College, schan-zonbachd; FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER It CONFERENCE CLOSES SHALL LAW OR LIQUOR REIGN? bert Weserflold and W Maddnx, E W. Jackson. HerW( C Overton. Dr. A. II. Itlley will leave next week for Chicago, where ho will enter for a year's course In a hospital Experts Gather To Devise tor the treatment of diseases of the Ways And Means To Eye, Ear arid Throat. Dr. RUey will Assist Idle Labor. him to the take his family Windy City. We are afraid after taking this special course Gus will fly to high to como back to Hartford, Washington, Sept. 26. A where many of us would miss him plan of among and his interesting family. employrs and with Governmental construction agencies to regulate, disHRKCKEMMIKJE DEMOCRATS tribute and increase, the volume of FAIL TO GET ON TICKET employment in slack seasons is tho solution of the unemployment probRepublican candidates from Hreck-enrld- lem contemplated by leaders In tho County will be unopposed at conference of economists and captains the election this fall thru failure of of Industry and labor opned by Presitheir opponents on the Democratic dent Waren G. Harding today. Tho ticket to flic with the secretary of session adjourned to October 5. at , days before the elec- which time the ten subcommittees state fory-fiv- o tion their certificate of nomination as will present suggestions for emergenrequired by law. cy relief. "i Democratic candidates falling to Various plans will be considered by file their papers include Jess M. Howtho conference, among them tho es1 ard, for county judge; Ot Vic Robert- tablishment of "staggered hours" la son, for sheriff; R. M. Hook, for Jail- factories, whereby tho same output er; and the following candidates for would be achieved by an increased W It Waggoner; Morgantown. E. F. Dlckoy; Oakdale, W. P. Miller, Portmagistrate: Orln Hardin, 'Second number of employes working a fewer Copa , Muniordsvllle, J. II. Etloy; land. T. L. King; Rivers Memorial, J. credlt of $fib The plaintiff held a District; J. M. Miller, Third District; number of hours each. Hocky - c. liosklngson; Union Tomple, C. A. ,IR, j. nnnnrrt Hlcli.tnlsulle. C. 0. Eledgo; USbS .uoitg:gc against two mules the A. J. Ashcraft, Fourth District, and ULUULU U"U In this way the available volume ot hill. J W Cassady; Russellvlllo Stu - ' Humphrey;, Virginia Avenue, H. It. property of the defendant, which Robert Fisher, Sixth District. employment would be distributed ev - Short; West Iiroadway, C? J. Prath- tlon. J It Savage; Russollvllle clr JETED VFIRY R1ISY TFRM property the court ordered the masRepublican candidates for the same enly, every employe bearing his sharo cu.t, J R Cunn; Scottsvillc Stntlon, jcr; Woodburn, A. W. Stodghlll; Mis - rtl I Lll V LI1 1 UDd I 1 L 11 111 ter commissioner to sell and apply offices who will have no opposition o th(j reduccd demnfid for iabor ln. .li.m i nuil II K. Hnrnnr: ' Snotta- - Immrv n .Innnn. S E. llneer. Mis II " tl " v ,"" ""' proceeds in satisfaction of judgment i a result of this slip by their oppo- - stead of some mploys continuing to villc CkuU. C. P. Walton; Smith's slonary to Africa, V. P. Henry; Con- Fleming Douthltt and R. B. Martin r.enta are Paul Bashain, county Judge; work full,tim0 while others remain Urine, W 1 Milllkon; Woodburn, feronco Missionary Secretary, J. H. Sets Warning Example To were also sueing the defendent, but Curt Pate, sheriff; Virgil Goodman, Idle. Wesley "W E HurdPtte; President Logan Col-- ( Adams; Superintendent tho court adjudged Phlpps a prior jailor, and the following candidates . Both Mr. Harding and Secretary of The Violators of The president, E. House, P. H. Hyan; Chaplin United Icpe.'A P. Lyons, vice claim on the proporty of the defend-ou- t. for magistrate: W. A. Basham, Sec- Commerce Herbert Hoover in adJ States Army, W. P Halrd; Secretary Liquor Lav5. II N"lor. , ond District; E. A. Hardest-- Third dressing the conference emphasized, pre-- J Hod fcross Work, Ii) T. Itecd; Culiimlila District J. Wade, In the caso of llolbrook and Park District; V. J. Plggott. Fourth Dls the opposition of the Administration elder; Albany, L. A. Phelps; feronco Evangelist, P. U.fDnrls; Con- vs. Frick and Lindley company, in- -' trict, and E. J. Seaton, Sixth District, to any plan of relief which contemE. G, Smith; Htirksvllle, forenco Education Secretary, Leon- -j Hc.ir C'nek, A very effective term of the Ohio volving a claim for services In de- Other candidates" on the Uepubll-velopin- g plates a further drain on the public Owen T L Lee; CnmpbellBVlllo Clr- - ard Robinson; Epworth Le'nguo'Sec - jrlrcult court closed Thursday. A " oil work, tho plaintiffs ob- - can ticket, including county attorney, trersury. cu,f J It Marrs; CampbclUvllle Sta- retary, E. O. Harbin; Sunday School Jarg0 number of clvU casc8 W0I tallied a ve.dlct for $957. circuit clerk, coroner, tax commisvTho broad phases of the problem, tion, J L Piercey; Cane Valley, C. E. Secretary, C. P. Moore. cleared from the docket, but the foa- In tho case of Pearl Beard vs. John sioner, representative and state sen- as outlined by Mr. Hoover for tho Oni'iislioio District. llurdttt ; C.isey Crrok, A. N. Yanture of the term was a Bamplo of dras- - W. Bajrd for divorce, tho case was ator had no opposition. cey; Clinton, L. O. Sullivan; Colum- consideration of the conference In- -' Prcsldlng elder, L. K. May; neaver j M ,0tp,i tn wtnintnra 1,1a eluded the following: It. V. Hennett; Elkhorn. U. II Dam. W. S. Huckner; Calhoun, L. W of th prohibltlon law8i nov Hlne3 disinlsbed on plaintiff's motion. DEAD FORMER CORONER In the Pryor A determination of tho volume and r. . ouuum.-- , of the Uo3n0 country, was found George case of Ruth M.divorce, vs. ruiiiiuuH ivuii, . . .u..-- j mrncr; so of employment. cocn, iiraoyvino j w. u.iyiiuni; (junior preacher to be supplied) ; , f and gyw Bradley of, Horse Branch distribution Mr. James as to provldo GrCensburg. J. A. Johnson; James- Central City Station, W. A. Grant; f(nes aRgregatInB $G00, and Emergency measures Jall died Sunday of senility. He was 89 employment asked for aHmonv and thfeust. town, O T. Thomas; Mannsvllle, J. Cloverport, J. R. Randolph; Drakes tences totaling and mitigate suffering days, lorn 'o thelr chlldren( waa dismissed. remains were burled years old. His lou AV. Cughron; Mills Springs, I. T. Al- - horo, C. C. Jones (supply); Dundee, that may arise during the coming" Faught of tho same community,) In tne caso of NannJo Little vs. at Sa'em, under the auspices of the winter. Montlcello, Bedford Turner; ji. E. Wilcox (supply); Fordsvllle, against whom thero was a charge of len; which order he had long Masons, oi Measures which may aid in restorPlckctts, Claude Squires; Patons-- i j y. j. Sanders; Greenville Station, W. Illicit distilling, was given a fine of John Walker Little action for divorce, been a member. Mr. Bradley years ing commerce and employment to burg, Verncr Hlalr; Pierce, L. C. Rl - lc. Frank; Greenville Circuit, J. F. ?250 and ten days In jail. These ex-'- P. ordor that attorney feo of $50 for H. ago was coror.er of the county. TayIor and ?75"f0r M. L. Ileavrln normal. sen; Ronox, E. C. Wlllingham; llllli; liariioru, l. i. rrazier; ruiw- - amples of tho determination of tho Harry S. Robinson chairman of the? sol Springs, J, E. Shouley; Sparks- - esvlllc. M. R. Haynes; LewUburg, court to break up this vicious form bo an0wed and taxed as cost In the RAIX INTERFERES WITH aujta vllle, James Ramsey; Summorsvlllo, Elmer Ashby; Liwlsport, F. E. Lewis; of criminality should, and no doubt SLACK SMITH SPEAKING Organization Committee, In anounc-ln- g Taylor vs. W. II. Russell; Tomplo Hill, C. II j Llverniore, E. S. Mooro; Maceo, S. will, throw a scare Into this charac- - i In tho case of Minnie the appointment of tho subcomMitchell: Thoinpsonville, B. F. Allen; e. C. Coward; Owonsboro, Hreckln-"Wc- st er Of Criminals. The Commonwealths Edgar Taylor, suit for divorce, rule of excessive ranis dur- - mittees at a session late' in the day On account Iohup.I rlofpnilnnf in nnnr.ni reMontlcello. G. A- - Wallace; j rdB0 street, C. F. Hartford; Attorney, as a further protection of beforo the court and show cause why,ins the latter part of last week and said It was desired they should Lindsay Wilson; Training boro circuit, E. R. Bennett; Owens- ot thls wecU' 3udBe Slack port to the general conference not tho public In tho matter of bootleg- - he should not pay tho plaintiff' $30 the fIr8t Wednesday. October 5. 'Schocl. It. V. Bennett. boro Settle Memorial, Carl C. Gre- glng, asked and obtained from the a !anu Commonwealth's Attorney Smith later than District J. H. gory; Owensboro Third Street, E. C. court a restraining order against lnonth alimony as per former order were compelled to cancel appoint- - Under this programme It Is expectEllzabeth.town h rnnrt Nlcliolson, presiding elder; Bards-tow- Lempton; Owensboro Woodlawn, W. Tom Hlnes of Roslne, to prohibit him i nf ed tho ontlro sessions of tho conferCenter-froIn th(J cnE0 of jjary M Stevens vs ments t0 speak at Balzetown, A. L. Nell; Big Cllfty, B. M. O. Rickard; Rockport.'W. F. David ence will not, continue much longer Hockport and Cromwell, involving a claim !town- selling liquor. Hlnes was ln Dewltt; Big Sprjngs, Ivan Allen; son; Rochester, D. T. Ppnnlck; Stan court and fieanr tho Judge's warning Hnroid Holbrook ' Tney un(leroolf t0 ,1,ako tho aP. thart two weeks. for ,ialaBes for felling timber on the - iev rt. E. HrndfordHvHle. W. S. Hill; BrandenOpening tho Initial session, Mr. obs; Sacramento, E. D. of the consequence of his violating plaintiffs land, an agreed Judgment Polntment at Bells Run Tuesday- Harding declared Indus- -, burg, C. R. Luton; Buffalo Robert iiodgress; South Carrollton. J. W. the order. night, but owing to muddy and sllpfor plaintiff for $25. Johnson; Cecllllan, II. J. jJarboe; crow; Stephensport, John Hamilton n:ry condition of the roads were un- - trial depression was a "war InheriIn. a suit to settle ot Wll- Crlminnl Trials. Ellzabethtown, J. R. McAfee; Falls- Lay Dolcgates, General Conference able to do so their car hav ng stuck tance throughout the world," adding Commonwealth vs. Roy Hlnes. five Ham (Hickory Bill) Royal, deceased, Sam J. Hommlnger; HarJudge John Gilliam, Scottsvllle; E. ho mud about three miles from that the results hoped for from the dlnsburg. R. H..Roe; Hodgetiavlllo s. Boswell. Loulsvillo; C. V. Stlmson, cases ... for selling liquor, . verdict of. tho petition set out that during his conference might extend beyond tho , rl . 1irUellS HUH. l.o.l u.uU ... nn uays . Ilfollmn "u Station, E. M. Keolor; Irvlngton, W. Owensboro; W. J. Plggott, Irvlngton. jury in iirBi caso $ro anu ju m,'""""" llin usvutuito ..uu children: at bordors of the United States. They will make appointments following Asserting there ought to be .work: L. Hakor; KIngswood, 11. II. Spur-rio- i; Alternates Mrs. J. H. Dickey, Jail; , second caso, fine of $125 and V AT TJnvnl advances Ci Tl his some later date for each of these ... ...ii. i..i l)nfil tTOn. i .rn .i thoT Lebanon Station, J. 0. Akin; Louisville; Edward Hill, Campbells- In this country for everyone, s W"' Lebanon Circuit, J. B. Gallowav; Lo- - vllle. Clerical A. R. Kasoy, Hopklns- - 30 days in Jail; fourth case, fine of T. P. Royal. $400; Inez Westerfield. points which will bo President described tho United States bauon Junction, T. B. Bandy nnd J vlllo; T. L. Hulse, Honderson; W. R. $150 and 30 days In jail; fifth case. 5B0: T. W. Royal. $500; J. PRoy. through thes0 columns as "fundamentally sound, financially ?3(0; Veola Crowley, $20G; N. L. 0 Hiiyden; Leltchflold. W. C. Chris- - 'ugoncr, Horso Cave; G. W. Hum- - $100 fine and 30 days in Jail, making Both Judgo Slack and Mr. Smith strong, Industrially unimpaired, coma total of fines $C00 and Jail sen- - Buckley, $500. Of the estate there regret tlun; McDanloi; J. A. VIrb; Mt. Wash-Ipgto- mell. Bowling Green. Alternates their Inability to ' fill these mercially consistent and politically I remains about 300 acres ot land, E. 1). Ryan; Shophordsvillo, R. V. Hannet, Columbia; A, P. Lyons, tences of 1G0 days. appointments, and ask the Indulgence unafraid," both the President and Commonwealth vs. Clarence Aull which the court ordered tho master D. G. Peak; Sonora, K. K. Anderson; Russollvlllo. of tho people In these respective com- Mr. Hoover, emphasized 4tlie need for of Fordsvlllo, falling to provide, tov commissioner to sell and distribute Springfield, D. M. Spears; Upton, J. munities until such times as the an employment programme which: his infant children, verdict of tho ju- - the proceeds equally among the heirs . C. TRAIN KILLS MAN P. Vanhoy; Vine Grove, P. P. Napier; will permit them to visit and would not contemplate a drain on the. i . ry one year In state prison. We be- -' of the estate, taking due account of weather Cieek, M. D. Allen. , national treasury. ,Vnf address thtm. HeiKlci'Miu District. Willie Ferguson, shift clerk at thoJ ievo this is tho first casn In which a . "'o auvuuccs aircauy innue. Mr. IIoomt Outlines Plan. 4 Jurors for November Term Outlining the questions before tho Elder; Rockfiort depot, was run down and man has been sent to tho penitentiary T L. Hulso, Presiding A DOUBLE-HEADETho names of the following citizens conference, Mr. Hoovei declared "no lleech Grove, G. W. Pangbtirn; Carrs- - killed by Illinois Central passenger for this otfenso from tho Ohio circuit gamo problem can be approached adequate havo been. drawn for Jury csrvlco nt vlllo, to be supplied; Clay, Wobb train No. 103 near Rockport, at an court. Cupid played a double-headThomas Faught, charged wltlr tho next term of Court. TIiv will hi at the residence of Rev. R. E. Fu-q- ly for solution without n knowledgo Memorial, W. P. Gordon; Corydon, W. 'early hour Monday morning. Fergu- N. Cardwell; Dekoven, B. II. Cox; son's body was found lying on tho moonshlnlug, was given a fino ot summoned to appear on tho first day Wednesday. Rev. Fuqua um- ot tho facts." Thoro was needed, ho of the term, Nov. 28. Earllngton, W. II. Archlo; Hampton, track, tho back of his heod crushed $250 and ton days in Jail pired the gamo. Tho players wore said, first "a determination of tho The case of the Commonwealth vs. Noatloy Jones and Miss Dana Fuqua, volume and distribution of unemployE. L. Wlllingham; Hanson, F. W. in.' Ho was put aboard tho train Grand Jurors. Vlcto-ll- a ment," then, of Clay Street, A. II and taken to the railroad hospital, tho Beaver Dam Coal company, which "a determination Quails; Hondeison B. lloyd, George Tlnsley, Franlc and Lennle Tichenor and Miss J. Gregory; Honderson First Church, at Paducah.but dlod Monday after- had been Indicated, along with all Cooper, John Ii. Brown, Marion Canary. After tho umpire had de- what omorgency measures should bo comtho other operating mining to provldo employment" and ".i J. ( Rawllngs; Mndlsonvlllo, J. W. noon. Shultz, R. C. Tichenor, W W. clared that each of the young men taken Forguson had beon employed at panies of tho county, on a charge of Daughorty, Weldon; Marlon Station. G. P. Dll had won a happy 'victory, both tho consideration and a statomont of what J. P. Cambron, E. R. Ion; Marlon Circuit, C. B. Lanoy;Mor-- i Rockport only about two weeks, com falling to provldo wash rooms for Taylor, C. A. Crowe, John Qulsson-borr- y, young couples left for Louisville on measures must b0 taken to resore our omployooS, as required by a commerce and employment to normal, Station, Keener L. Rudolph; lug there from tho office at Sturgls. their ganflr-lO. R. Tlnsley. J. W. Albiii, II. a honeymoon trip. or to put It anothor way, what obJMorgantield Circuit, II. C. Napier; He was reared near Horse Uranch. law passed at tho fast session ot the Ii. Taylor, Walden Haynes, Clayton OHIO COUNTY' LITERACY' stacles need to be removed 'to Pool Circuit. J. II. Cox; Providonco, His romalns wcro brought to Horso legislature was called for trial and Boznrth, J. Tomerlln. E. G. Barrass, tho defendent offered a demurrer to business rocovory the only real' W. II. HIckerson; Robards, J. E. Hianch Wednesday for burial O. M. Blshoin J. II. Babbitt, W. V. A comparative statement of the lasting romedy for unomploymsnt Is tho Indictment, which the court susHnrtford; 'Salom, Mack Harper; Renfrow, R. H. aillesplo, L. C, Morpercentage of Illiteracy of the coun-tlo- s employment." tained nnd dismissed the action Com , A J, Bonnott; Slaughtors, S. MACHINE TURNS OVER ton and Stonewall Cook. AND .MAN SHOT IN LEG monwealth's Attorney Smith nt once of Kentucky, Just isued, shows After tho omorgoncy measures 'and M, Bailey and Ror McDonald; Smith l'itl( JiuorH. piuyed nn order of. appeal to tho Ohio county In a very favorable the collection of statistics are com Mills. D. L. Vanco; Sturgls Circuit, It. V. Davonport, Will Chick, N. G. light. which was granted. So Moio Wilson, with his brother, Job Court Th0 percentage of Illiteracy, pioted, the conference Is to bo reM. M. Murrell; Tolu, O. M. Capshaw; John W. in the county Is only six percent, grouped into committees whoso func-whlT. C. Howell; General and oom0 other young men, was driv- far tho Court ot appeals has not been Hunley, It. 'E. Gentry, Vnlontown. ing a car near Boavor Dam Sunday called upon to pass on tho validity of Thomas, C. D. Bean, Press Barnard, Is a good showing when com-tlowill be to recommend prma- , EvengelW Robert Lear. night, vhon the machlso turned ovor this statute, and Mr, Smith's nation M. I). King, James Gray, Win. Chris- pared with the averago ofvthe coun- nont measures by which unomploy-moDistrict. oplvliisIIIu In the will result in an opinion from that tian, J. C. Ralph, R. P. McDowell. L. ties of the State. Warren county, may be held to a minimum. Hopklnsvlllo District B. M. Cur-rlo- ,' r.nd feptllod tho occupants. D. Fulkorson, J. J. Paruagln, W. L. whoso chief city tn tho third most "The Initial efforts of tho conAllonsvlllo, W. excitement that followed ono of the tribunal. Presiding Elder; Mc oariiln. W. E. Baker, A U Car- Imporant higher educational center ference," it was announced, "are begooa, was waiving L'Ml Actions. E. Sutherland; Cadiz, Georgo E. in on, so tho report Isabel Hughes vs. lltley Hughes, son, IJ. S Condlt, J. A. Duke, Fam P. ln the State, shows an illiteracy of ing directed to mooting tho emergenCircuit, II. S. Glllotto; and nourishing. a pistol when another Foskett: Cadiz Dawson member of tho pa'rty wrebtod tho action for dlvorco, dismissed with- Dennett, John It.. Daniel, J. E Bean. nluo per cent, and Fayette county, cy needs ot the unemployment situaIt. 0. Hogart; Crofton, Hrandon; Eddyvlllo. guu from his hand and, throwing It out proiudlce on plaintiff's motion. Warren Hopper, ttlchard Shields, C. the homo of Stato University and tion. Slmultanously with this, an Springs. W. C. o the inachliio the gun exploded In tho case of Georgo Phipps vs. H. Farmer, A. E. Rate, A S. Ohlnn. Transylvania, shows nine per cent exhaustive' study will be made in orIf L Talley; Elkton and Bolls, J. S. u. uay. the balk entering Job Wilson's thigh, Thomas Harrison, the plaintiff was Mack Daniel. C W. Runey, M I of children over ten years ot ago der to bring out the exact factveon-cernlu- g Chindler; Elkton Circuit, J. , unemployment. awarded judgment tor $280 with a Faught, J O Helton, Fred Boone, can neither read or write. IiUrn; Falrvlew. V. M. Collins; Grand-- Inflicting an ugly flesh wound. J ng go . Shall Ohio county have a reign of law or a reign of bootleggers? Moonshining and bootlegging are being carried on with amazing boldness and audacity. Lives of Assignments For Various travelers on the public highways are endangered and the Districts Made For dignity of women is being openly insulted by patrons of the Emuing Year. liquor dives. Immediate action should be taken by the good citizens of the county to stamp out this outrageous imposition. The officers of the courts stand readv and The. conference of the Southern willinir to arrest and nrosecute these hlnnrlsuGkimr nar-MotbodM church, which was In ses asites, but the officers can not proceed without evidence. lon at ScottH.lllo last week, has ad j, Vhlto. The problem is up to the citizens of the communities af- J)frned after making the following. Iioulsiille DMrlct. ussigum uts of preachers n. ij. Gridors. Prosiding Eider; rcted to ferret out evidence upon which arrests may be ISnulIng (Jiwn District. Ashborry. ii. a. Pdiion; Deechmont, made and convictions secured. Courace and concerted o w iiununei, presiding eider; iv. ij. Arnold; Hethany, j. m. woold- - action on the part of citizens are imperative if these bold virgii Elgin ; Auburn, k. Hdgo; iiroadway, a k. Peguse; ces-- 1 awbreakers are to be brought to'justice. And it is time to Adarvii P 1) acn. Howling Green Iiroadway. cunt Hill. II. W. Napier; IMMdso,,,, tl(-1 '"lutc th piatULIias further fcPjtdU. The law floes JV II Mexnnder; Howling Green Memorial, K. H. oLvclaco; Fourth Ot Contemplate 1101 IS it practical 101' the offlCei'S Vo gO Circuit. Lllburn Nevltt, supply; How - Avenue, J. V. Johnson; Hnzdvood. UntfGrcui. State Street, J. A., Chand - John A. Hajes; Highlands, E. F. OUC 11110 remote SectlOllS 01 the COUnty TO play detective. It ler; Ciumur, J O. Smlthson; Chapel Goodson; Highland Park, c. e. car - jis the proper duty of tli2 officers to arrest criminals and Hill, E. ( Cole, supply ; East Frank toi. Hill street, s. A. Arnold; Jef brinfr them tn trial, hut it is olparlv tho rlntvnf nihVpns wrin lln, G V. Wllxon; Epley, C A. Tun - !fersou Street, U. F. Atkinson; Jof' want to protect their homes and the dignity of the comstill. Funklln Circuit, II. C. Ogle; fersontown. W. U Munday; Jeffer munity to supply the evidence upon vhich prosecutions A. C. Johnson; sonvlllo, V. M. Petty; Jefferson Clr -Franklin Station, 1 l ., 1 gi.t i.'o. summers Hristow: Hise - icuit. u. ii. si.ort: Mcssick Memorial can ioe Daseu. ine condition is already deplorable and vlllr. It, L. Sleymake; Horse Cave.jj. T. Hushing; Mlddletown, C K. immediate action is imperative. Act nOW. , J SCOTTSVILLE MEET DR. HI LEV WILL SPECIALIZE , nnnrn j ' ' ! i Con-sldl- ng . j ,,, ,,. j nt iV6'. imiri, I ,' rt'SSc. ,,". I Owons-Prlnclp- al, n. m -- the-prcso- I nt - thef-estat- e ... r- Jo,ll 7. ! V ZnLrll n, t R er ua pro-mo- to So-br- to ch ns nt ilB Sir Edward gave It as his ARE INDICTED opinion that it was unlikely that any 325 of thf poisonous chemicals mod In ON MURDER CHARGE EXTERMINATION the next one. and certainly not in th same clunmy form and manner. opened a new era In the art of war, or rather transformed It frankChomical Armaments Threat ly Into the art of wholesale destruc- Grand Jury Completes InHenceforth, tion, on April 25. 1915. vestigation of W. Va., To Races Unless Moral more than ever, when nations are at Mine War. Sense Is Aroused. grips, and they realize that their vory existence Is threatened, every agency that may tend to cripple the WE ARE ncciifltomed. IT BEATS tho band. (By K. Wnltor.) adversary will ho resortod to. Logan, W. Va Sept. 1!7. Three BUT IT'S a mouthful. THE WAY thlrt thing. London. Sept. 27. Hritlsh sciennames word Sir Kdward only exprossed the gen-or- al hundred and twenty-fiv- e AS YOU'LL ngroo if you. tists declnro the outcome of a war KEEPS POPPING up. opinion over hore when he went Included in n blanket indictment lietwaon Japan and the United States on to protest against allowing civili- charging murder, returned by a, LoJUST PUT It Into good. THE OTHER nlghL can bo foretold with reasonable ac- zation to run headlong into this now gan County special grand Jury, Tho t UNITED STATES, llko thin. curacy, The (Usappenrance of tho always Imminent I BROKE nil rulea. danger without Indictments followed an Investigation t "SON, YOU'LL bo ruuulut;. Japanese would he as complete as safeguarding against It than The of recent disturbances on the Logan- book. AND READ a hlRh-brotho dlsporsal of the ancient Jewish Hague Convention was against Ger- Boono county border. Among tho ON FOUR Hat tiros. people, and tho Ked Man would roam many's "military necessity." AND HERE'S a hot ono. Unnames nro those of C. F. Keeney and IF YOU don't hurry. again unmolested across tho North less the moral sense of tho civilize", Fred Mooney, president and secretary THAT IT handed hie. For such a world can bo aroused and Its lnilu- - respectively, of District No. 17, UnitAmorlcan continent. AND WRAP youraolf around. "MANY OF us find. war would unquostlontbly ho con- enco made supreme, the nations will ed Mine Workers of America, and II. THE ONLY cigarette. ducted ruthlessly and scientifically; bo committed inevitably to a course W. Ullzzard, also a United Mine THAT TASTE afford:?. THAT SATISFIES."" and if the next war between two which Is the very negation of civil- Workers' official. ONE OF tho fairly. great nations is conducted scientifical- ization and which must rapidly lead In addltloi . 200 lndlctm .ts chargSATISFACTIONS. DEPENDABLE ly and ruthlessly, the result is as to catastrophe. "He that takes up ing Insurrection and "pistol toting" clearly foreseeable by scientists to- tho poison shall perish by the poi- were returned. , OF EVERYDAY living. day as is the result of any other ex- son." Some of the smaller nations The capiases in most instances will AND IT scemfl. periment In physics. The combatant might escape for a long time, as bo sent to the sheriffs of Kanawha Satisfy" nations would exterminate each oth long as they kept out of the area. and Iloone counties for servici, where THEY well detcrlbosnothing UPON LONG roflcrtlon. Cheser by tho use of new gases and rays but any nation waging war sclcntllic-all- a majoilty of the iu.lfcted mr.i reterfields' mildness, their mellow-n- o, THAT SATISFACTION. no- now ready for use at a few weeks their delicacy of aroma and even if it has the satisfaction of side. smooth, even "body." It took COMES CLOSE to bolng. tlco In sufficient quantities for their exterminating Its enemies at the same Th blanket indictment charging e the finest varieties of Turkish farreachlng deadlines and swiftness time Sir Edward referred to the pos- those named with being principals THE LONG sought. and Domcatic tobacco to do if of action to make tho fighting in sibility of investing the League of and accessories to tho killing of John and the luglieet order of skill HIGHEST GOOD."' in blinding them. Yea, the ChesFrance look like an Nations with "real power" to save Gore, deputy sheriff of Logan Counterfield bienil is a secret. It gladiatorial combat. OF COURSE that inn't. civlllation from this doom, but with- ty, was based on an alleged violation can't be copied. At the nnnuul meeting of the Brit- out any great conviction. The only of the Kedman act. That act clasWRITTEN WITH tho pmo. ish Association, tho president of that possible way to safety lies In tho sifies such deaths as murdor in tho llacc ycit teen the new T soAND POLISH to which. grout clearing house of scientific tint of SO? awakening of public opinion to the first degree. cieties, Sir Edward Thorpe, gave a danger In time! Gore was killed August 29 in an serious warning of the present state "The moral sense of the civilized exchange of shots between armed and rapid advancement of the scien- world Is not so dulled but that, if men and deputy sheriffs in tho eastern tific art of wholesale destruction. roused, it can make Its influence pre- part of Logan County during the atAVIiole.sale Massacres. vail," Sir Edward concluded, "and tempted march across that county of The governments of the United! steps should betaken without delay a number of men who had announc ed their Intontion to proceed into ' States and Japan are known to bo 1" "into that influence supreme." Jllngo County and thore protest state heavily cngnged In chemical research as a branch of their nrmamont de- There were 920,257 negro farmers martial law Invoked several mouths 5 partments. Scientists hero are urg-,i- n tho United States Januray 1, 1920, ago. The special grand jury further held ing the British government to do! according to the Bureau of the Cen- more on this line and so keep pace us. In 1910 the number was S93,-(37- Inthe indictment that a "conspiracy LiGorrr & Mylhs Todacco Co. to inflict bodily harm and punish-- 1 with the other two great powers. meat'-- ' had existed, and that as "the Thoy declare that tho American and j n iiy result of such conspiracy Gore had Japanese governments have elaborate mBwi a i iKPEMgrw n tj come to his death." This? and extensive laboratories in which war history would be a life si' pur- - K Flintniir in th- VH.mtu ' and this TOPICS IX MtlEF We offer One Hundred Dollars KeTrard The remainder of the indictments the pick of their chemistry research un Hrlni, Tin- Uumii to I hicago " Indianapolis for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo charged "conspiracy to foment revo- trait of n tax receipt workers are employed, and that these cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. K.in-a- s Star t'it St.ir (Literary Digest ) Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken lution and insurrection" and "the stocks of new and otherwise unknown Ignorance of the law is no excuse; sufferers for the past, and agents of destruction, powerful by catarrh and has become known thirty-fiv- e carrying of weapons in violation of j "Hlg loan can save Austria years, - ChamlirrlMlif.s Colic and IHnriliotM as the . . .. .. z . . . .... . a Int. .if hthors. Wall Street Journal. lulther, unfortunately. Is tho Ignounougn .ro insure mo wiping out or most rename remedy ror catarrh. Hairs the Johnson law." Itcmcdy In Michigan. lluffalo Even- '"makers Keeney and Mooney have been Xow if Russia gots a square meal ranco. thru, ,t,he the cities of America and Japan in Fata,rru Medlcin! acts expelling ?,Iooa n Mrs. A. II. Hall. Casevllle. Mich , surfaces, 'nB News. folIn wo si snimrn ln:il? Hrnnklvn sought for the last three weeks, . any struggle between the two na- -, son from the Blood and healing the s. Japan intimates she will agroe to says. "I wish to thank you for your lowing their indictment at William- Knuln. Military authorities admit caa"(1 portions. ,a" ,own hur nrl3 ,f WMtrn na" grand, good medicine. Chamberlain's After you have taken Hall's Catarrh son on charges growing out of a faNever try to tsfke tho beam out of that, in an future war, most of tho Medicine for a short time you will see a tions wUl aKrco t0 koe" nalB off Colic and Ulnrrhoea Remedy. Wo are general in fichtinc will bo far behind tho ""3, cront improvement TTnll-- your ... IToHI- - tal shooting affray in that county your eye if it's a sunbeam. Wash- never without it In the house, and I h ,,h : tni, .......-,....... ...- -. Manilla Ilulletln. . , .. , i t .iiH,..n.i during disorders last JIay. Ington Post. ...i nun uiitpcu uuiusi iiiu neart in cine at once and set rid of catarrh. Send baby's lifo Thoru ma' I,u a 'Jker" ' " 01" ani sure it saved our testimonial'', free. After making its return to Circuit Lenin and Trotzky are a combina stead of the limbs of tho enemy for J. CHENrjY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. F. ms" l,cac treaty, but It certainly this summer." Judge Robert Bland'the Jury was dis- iinn . rr.irMnt r country. A few American agents in Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Mrs. Mary Carrlngton, Casevllle. hasn't raised a laugh lu llorlln. charged and the capiases immediately Dispatch. Tokio "and Yokohama would massaMich., says, "I have used Chamber..,.... issued. r.lco Balkan State lake Seattle Times. Won't soma cre the whole population of those and Well, It will be a mlrnclo If tho lain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy While no announcement has been a mandate for West Virginia? other towns If necessary; while woild manages to raise those infant for years and It has always given of the date on which the men Drooklyn Eagle. made (simultaneously) a few Japanese m India- - prompt relief." will be brought to trial, it was beSometimes a movie hero ij one republics without spanking. agents in Now York and Pittsburg o-lieved generally that the case will be who sits through It. Newspaper En - .napoHs Star. would wipe out those and other BEAUTY CHATS Elijah being fed by the ravens taken up at the October term of Cir- tcrprlso Association. American cities that were helping to By JONATHAN BRACE In Rus- had nothing on Russia being ted- by cuit Court. The tine of least resistance win the war. By Edna Kent Forbes. Nashville the American eagle. Apart from the union officials, the sia will bo Hoovar's breadline. XXVII FLORIDA Sir Edward Thorpe did not hold If you have an absolutely perfect Southern Lumberman names of thoso indicted were not Greonvllle (S. C.) PIcdmo.it. out much hope that this dull disap,,rotll ca (,rcss '0,,r halr " FLORIDA made public. Protect the birds. The dove brings 111 fares the land, to hastening like. i vjiii 'ou pointing phase of warfare could be nil,! . l. . i.i .wixiit l. ; f whiu, vawuih uiul juu ouumu H DreV peace and the stork bring Amer--1 avoided. In fact we are already in guns accumulate and plows keep to simple linos in order to bring Where I)irmi.:ghn.u Xewj. c a's first that phase, having entered it on XOTK'K out all the boauty of your features. decay. Columbus Record. Probably tlicao signals from Mara health resort. April 25, 1915. Noah sent out a dove and It found If you havn't a perfect profile, how-ve- r, It was the Notice is hereby given that tho un- aro flashos of protest ..gala't dis- a you must observe ono or two Now Honors Invented dry spot, hst we fear the bird would search for dersigned citizens and land owners armament. Norfolk Virginian-Pilo- t. . "The day which saw tho clouds of a mythical have a hankr time now in the U. S. rules. And when I say profile I mean If he armament conference runs up ot Ohio County, Kentucky. vl'.I on not only tho outline of the face nnd Fountain of Perpetual Youth asphyMatlng chlorine slowly wafted A. Manila Bulletin. Monday. October 3, 1321, it b!ng thJ the ,S. O. S. sign, it wil stand for that led Ponce de Leon, the frdm the German trenches towards when England seems to have tho shape ot the none and chin, but alJust t day of the regular October tcni laino Old Suspicion. Indianapolis .Spanish explorer, to land near the lines of the allies," said Sir Ed- the Irlnli question settled, some Irish- so the shnpe of the back of the head of tho Ohio County Court, file their Star. the present site of St. Augustine. and the sloping lino running down Ward, "witnessed one of tho most besThe thing labor unions throughout man ahks another question, Ameri petition in said court asking the Ills rediscovery of Florida In Into the neck. tial episodes In history. The world the world seem to be uuublo to see can Lumberman. 1513 was on Easter Sunday, Honorable Mack Cook. Judge of said If you havo a largo protruding stood aghast at such a spectacle of up baseball. Mexico has taken hence the name, which is from court, to establish a new road It. Ohio Is how hiro ever can be lower. Ma- What noae you will havo to balance Its slzo happened In tho 1313 scries barbarism. German kulture had apI'ascua Florida or Flowery Pass- - T County, Kentucky, the course of nila Bulletin. by a fairly large loose knot at tho oer, which is the Spanish for I which road is as follows: parently absolutely no ethical value. The German business man proba- convinced Mexicans that they are well back of the head. Easter Sunday. adapted to It. Now York World. Poisoned weapons are employed by Beginning at the White Hun tind bly will not regard a filled order If you havo a small. Insignificant The French were the nest set- - f is becoming .savages, and noxious gas had been Civilization blank as a 'scrap ot paper." St. T Cromwell road; thence running a nose you will havo to placo tho knot tiers, founding a colony on the n actirdlng to nn English wrlt-ewarfare In early used In northerly course 275 yards ver tho Louis Post Dispatch. St. John's river. Spain promptly f So that's It; we feared It was quite high on the back of the.head. times, but its use was hitherto unAnother thing that delays tho retook uctlon to maintain her ownot T. Taylor Mill road along tho line If you havo a largo noso and a nlco-l- y becoming addled. Detroit Freo known among European nations. ership of this region and sent W. McQuady and A. S. Keown's heirs turn to normal Is tho theory that rounded head you can draw tho Prebs. originated among the Ger"How it over an expedition which erected heirs; thence 110 yards in an easterly business Is equipped with a Charlie Chntilln fays tho funniest hair down to tho knot on tho nnpo of mans whether by tho direct un a fort under the leadership of Boston Post. courso; thenco over the Keown heirs the neck. Meucndcz at St. Augustine in prompted action of tho higher confer- thing in Ana..t.. is the clothes the Will that unemployment j7! yards, a northern course; thcice If the lino of tho back of tho head 15C5 und exterclnated the lluge-nor, as Is more probable, at the ence tako up tho MBes of tho Duino-cratl- c women wear. Yes, brevity has ever Is over the lands of H. O. Awtry 1G5 flat you must build It out by putcolony. St. Augustine Is the been t,he soul of wit. Nashville of portions connected with instance Nashville holders? yards In a northernly direction; ting a knot of hair back there, no oldest city In the United States. Southern Lumberman. the great manufacturing concerns m thence 3o0 yards west; thence 420 Southern Lumberman. There followed n period of hosmnttor whn shapn the noso may bo. An Indian named All the railroads but ono aro wor-yln- g the Rhinoland, has, so fas as ' 'now, tility between the English colyards north; thence over tho lands If you havo hollow cheeks bring married a whlto woman In not Iranspirod. From April, 1913, to about motor competition. That onists In the Carolhms and the of F. M. Cromler's heirs 330 yards September, 1918, no fewer than oigh-toe- n belongs to Henry Ford. Clove-lan- d Montana not long ago, and lu ono the hair out over tho ears and part Spanish in Florida. By the treaa northern courso; thence over the one This softens and weok ufter tho wedding he applied to of tho" cheoks. ty of 17G3 Spain ceded Florida different forms of poison gns-fPlain Dealer. lands of V. E. Raize 120 yards In a to England In exchange for Hahis tribe to have his iiamo changed. makes the face botin rounder. builds were employ-- d liquids and Tho success of sharpors indicates nnrthemlv ennrso: thence on Hip linn If your fac0 Is round and chubby vana, which Englund had capTranscript. tllQ bu'er's strlko ,ln On the piincl-pi- e by the Germans, uot 'et betweon the lands of C. B. Cro.vdor that tured a few years previous. It We triibt that hrrangenients havo draw tho hair back to show tho lowVespasian's law. reprUanls bebogus securities. of "tondoil to Mancy 11. Baize 405 yards a north-P',""- 1 remained tin English colony uner half of tho oar. but do not get it boon made to invite ropresentativos New York Telegram came Inevitable, and for the greater til the lust years of the Involuoi nly course; thenco across the lands too tint against the bond, or it wilt ar- of the West Vlrgjnla minors to the part of threo years we had the sorry Our idea of retribution is tho tion when Spain recaptured It. of Jiitson Wilson 475 yards, a north-ornl- y Nashvlllo make tho face seoin flatter. Hpeetacle of the loading lMtiuim of Theie were two provinces, course; thenco across the lands rangement that requires one Con- disarmament conference. If your face Is long, bring tho hair Southorn Lumberman. gressman East and West Florldn. As tho lllnglug the mo' l.Mdly to llben to another's the world a of .lut son WiUon 475 yards, down over tho forehead, almost to tho "Coolidgo Unhurt as Platform CoSpanish ruled Florida with n products at one another thai cheminorthernly courso to the Mount Plens-u- hpetches. Clevolnud News. oyos. If your faco is short and very loose form of government, and cal knowledge could siiKg.-s- t Tho tooth in our laws are not tho llapses," suys a headline. But It reand Renfrow road. round show till of tho forohoad, it this region became the refuge of fers to the platform on which he was technical skill contrive-Wltnetn our hand ,thls the 15th only ivory part. Chicago Journal. pirates, smugglers and lawless It is evident that the Sick Man of making a speech Labor Day. and not the foroheud Is broad. "Wuifare, it would seem, ha now day of Septomher. 1921. characters. Such an element to- If your foatures aro Irregular, Europe can't digest Giooce. Dallas the platform on whlh ho wus electdefinitely entered upon a nu phiue gether with the unruly Semlnolo C. S. MOXEV. "badly matched." as ono young friend ed. Xabhville Mr hie h The Hague conLumberman. Nows. The horror t Indians naturally caused a great Co. Engineer, pro tain. I Wd'll havo to give poor Alnska Put It, tho hair should be dressod ve J deal of trouble. To overcome and The prediction of an oarly fnl! tention wiw were Imminent II. O. AWTRY ry softly around tho face and out over t thl?, President if we don't want Monroe pur- protect Idoes not refer to her front which thiy utrov to MARIE DAUGHERTY, I chased Florida Spain in from thoroughly ruined. Sho Is being tho oars und tli knot placed qulto are now, apparently, by the t 1S10. NANCY H. BAIZE, et nl. Piedmont. i:it2 high on the back of tho head. for $ri,000,000 or ubout Tho world has ton many cranks govompd by thirty bureaus at Wash- of 'loruan. n.xauiple and inlUutive eleven cents uu ncre. It was Clavuland Plain Doal- Co- -, Ington now. ami not onough to bseume part of the established j organized Into a territory und cr. your child is pale- and sickly, lumblu Record. uf wur." If proud mu t In 1845 wus admitted to tho Un- Tho Jnpanoso aro bocoinlng export t ion. Anything can happen now. A pick at the nose, starts lu tho sleep .Moral SeiM .Wodi'd. i FOR FLETCHER'S Florida Is sometimes culled und grinds the tooth whllo sleeping, Chicago telegraph messenger was ar- - In baseball, says a nows Itom. This Sir Kdward told about the British I the Everglade .Stuto on uccount for speeding. Kansas City, may account for Japan's Increasing It Is a sure sign of worms, A remedy rested scientist who went to Germany when of tho vast gwamp-lunproficiency in stealing bases in tho in Its signed to make Inquiries tor thoso parabites will bo found in Star. Horblno Is tho mediclno that curoa pi act wait southern part. It Is also known J .White's Cream Yormifuge. It not Japan agrees to tho open door In Pacific. Norfolk Vlrglnlan-Pllo- t. totu'emlng the German method of biliousness, malnila und constipation. us the Peninsula State and is the The Fort Scott Trlbuno has now that sho has built a high making mustard kk. who was told. Tho first dose makes you fool bettor, southernmost Stuto of the Union. I only olonrs out the worms, but ft re- China be a few additional doses cures comfonce around it. Now York eons for believing there must stores health and cheerfulnss. Prlc "Why are you worrying about this Its area is 08,000 squoro miles. I some connection betweon this head pletely Price 60c. (byMcClura Newipiper Bjrndlcatt.) you know peifeclly well this Is 35c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County World. vlfi-Sold by Ohio Auother excelleut frontpleco for a Hno, "Thousands of Barrels of Whls- - County Drug Co. Drug Co. m uut the K& wo shall tue in the next m. NEXT WAR MEANS war?" Cler-ma- ny Ox' words y, Allt-TICH- , i Hov's JP . i I6AS.BTT.S :rsBBrigVTr-'Hr..v.r-j!'rr:iVTrajMgr- i - . dls-tion- ' s,t o ,;. J, The Story of Our States - ju M.-s- hard-boile- d, d. Ea.-tar- self-start- com-ninn- d, ot c, nt . self-bturto- Children Cry CASTQ RA rea-boa- rd -- Un ird States, bceamo effective. AMHIUCAV I.KOION NEWS Hut, becnuso it was necessary to help win tho wnr, tho government When freedom came to some four Sixteen world wnr veterans from millions of men, women nnd children took possession of this farm, held It v ciiL INDIAN DANCERS for 26 months and promised to pay ono post of tho American Legion In of African blood It found tho most &$& IulVOUv tho farmer a rentnl equal to wh'nt he Tulsa, Okla., have sottled upon gov- - of them without property, save the land In Scott monger clothing which covered them, had in rule In the three previous years. ornment homestead : Net Contents 1r)T?luid Drachm By cold and to even thnt thy had but a preCounty, Southern Arkansas. The Government doubled tho LB. jii Weird Hopi Snake Rites In wages of tho farm han'ds nnd weather, It Is cstliralert th-- .t 100- - carious title. Of course many of TT'VTWiKrWXJ men will have takn claims them continued poor, but negroes shortened their working hours. Underground Sanctuary For Infants nnd Children, on tho Innd. Tho territory which now own 000,000 homes In this counIf established working condiFor Officer. will become n settlement of world try, and more than a million fnrms tions under which it took Many war service men, tho first In Ameri- were operated by them in 1919. They more men t'j do tho same work, ca, stretches over 2,500 acres, com- conducted 50,000 business concerns, nnd under which, oftentimes, Gallup, N. M., Sept. 24. Gen, posed of adjoining Individual tracts and their totnl wealth was $1,100,- men were paid for work not lliildi L. Scott, hero of many Indian of 100 acres each. The men have to 000,000. Not ten per cent of them done. bnttlim, encountered his strangest Hut the Government DID NOT put live on the land but seven months could read or write when freedom AT.r.llHOL-- .l PER CENT. ' AVc&IaWcrrcparalionforAs among the red moil when he on the farm the amount of fertilizer before It beconis their property ns came, nnd now 80 per cent of them witnessed tho wlord Hopi "snake necessary. It let the fences get in- Arkansas gives residence credit to nro classified as literate. They have simdnlin3inciooanyjw!;u. JScScL dunce" nt the Ilopl Indian reserva- to bad repair; the roofs of come of soldiers up to two years of army or 500 colleges and normal schools, and tion, in Arizona, just across tho New the buildings leakedv The farm Im- navy service. 1,800,000 of their children are In the Moxico-Arlzoiboundary line, ac- plements fell Into bad repair. Nor Part of tho men will spend the win- public schools, whllo the race fur' cording to information reaching this did the Government roplace all the ter on their Innd, clearing timber, nishes .18,000 tenchers. Property usThcrctrPromolinDicslion V city todny. building, hunting nnd trapping, for ed for higher education of the race Cheerfulness tools that were worn out. J5DS General Scott, accompanlcdty Gen. The Government promised to pay the tracts abound In deer, fox nnd Is valued at $22,000,000, and the :ISrAi. A, Johnson si ml jtuncnu. i " Col. J. II. for the damages, but up to date the lynx. The sIMccn who have already yearly expenses for ducntlonal pur John Slocum, visited the reservation re- farmer hasn't got all of his money, settled arc preparing to establish a poses reach $15,000,000. They have MtyfeuocSjiezMtaa LH cently when the "snake dance," most though he needs It badly to keep go- central trading point nnd town which 13,000 churches, 4,800,000 communiVIS.S Senna weird of all pagan rites on this con- ing.. they will name "Legionnaire." Four cants, 40,000 Sunday schools and t"9M Poiia: was In prograss. Tho party tinent of the pioneers nro married and all church property valued at $85,000,-00- 0. HI g was on n tour of Inspection of governhave had farming experience. Hark to Private OtvnrMilp Apiin ment properties nnd was en route, to Is now possible In the fol At the end of the 20 months the Entire towns nnd communities are CPttkU Jljttfyyrrrnarel' Washington, populated and locally ruled by neFort Defiance, west of this city. Government turned the farm back to lowing other states: a iiMnfnl Remedy for -, Twonty feet beneath the surface 1st owner. New groes. Michigan, Montana, Arizona, W-SThey have succeeded fairly Constipation and Diarfhoca. of the ground, In n small room hewn anu. All the farmer's tools and wagons Mexico, Wyoming, Louisiana, Alaba- well In various buslnese.s nnd profes-- .,.1 iwon'shncss f from the raw earth and lighted only had been put indiscriminately in a ma, Colorado, Idaho nnd Oregon. sions. Among them are bankers, buOK SLEEP !;? iaI LOSS itc$' by n flickering torch at the far end, pool and used on one farm or another siness niti In all lines, members of .r--S above a sacred sand picture, sat the regardless of ownership. Naturally A family which In Itself Is a thriv- practically all the various profesracSimilcSijnatwcci no ono had taken us good care of ing war veterans society has come sions They hive proven good home-makethreo white men and In a pit them as the farmer would have taken to the notice of the American Legion Hopi Indian medicine men. under favorable conditions at ono tlde of the1 sacrci klvi, for of his own Implments. c:2 sharing luicnCTAvnCoW.KSi in .Independence, Kas. Thirty three They aro true Americans, At the same time the Government these men were gathered In the Hopi d men nnd women call the with a loyal devotion In all sort of NEW i holy of holies, were nearly 200 required tho farmer to continue, warCivil War veteran, Manna C. Bruner, patriotic obligations both In times of the Whirr of their rattles time wages nnd working conditions. by the familiar "papa." Of the lot, peace and In war. They bought Libmorbidly breaking tho underground It would not permit him to the father, soldier of the Union in erty Bonds and otherwise used their siliuco. decrease wages nor to require a '01, Is proudest of his even dozen finances to help along in the great iti(i :;.)iiiiifc(-iious- . hotter day's work without exsons who served ovorseas with the World War. They gave their sons griBmW H KKUEJ U Exalt Copy of Wrapper. haustive hearings bofor a GovMCW YOBK CITY THCCCNTAUflCOMCANT. American forces In tho world war. Of to light and to die at their country's One of tho medicine men rose ernment board. tho remainder, 20 aro girls and ono call. Negroes to the number of 2, nnd mumbled a prayer over an earth- The prices of his farm products son w.is too young to fight. Tbo old- 290,527 registered for service and on Jar of Indian oatmeal. His nnkedi 342,277 were inducted thereinto. but not est Is 42. d body appeared ghastly had Increased somewhat, Scores of themvere cited for Indivi passed tho sacred, commeal to nearly ouough to cover increased a he The Pershing estate In Tangipahoa dual bravery. They filled military! Scott and motioned him to wages and the' Incronses In the cost so that in 1920 Parish, La., owned Jointly by hulls positions from colonelcies down. I general touched a bit of of all his jjupplles it. The It to his UpiOtml psssed It to his two lie made just $G2 net profit on the of John J. Pershing, father of the tho Negro Year Book the names of tildes, who followed his example. The farm which boforc tho war was good general of tho armies, has beon ad- captains and lieutenants are recited army officers mumbled Hop! words, fdr $1,000 net profit. vertised for sale for taxes, according through several pages. A largr per At tho same timo the demand for to a letter sent the general by the cont of black registrants wns acceptsyllable for syllable, nftor the 'snake itrlost" and then climbed the rude his products begnn to fall, nnd for editor of an American Legion maga- ed than of whites. The black troops some of them there was hardly a zine published In Amite, La. Tho again fought nobly. ladder to tho open air above. any price. Then many editor posted sufficient funds with The Hartford Republican has made a special A solemn seriousness marked tho market at people began to tell tho farmer that the parish sheriff to prevent ptoreodlngs. NOTICE entire the sale clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial General Scott, Goneral Johnson and he could make money If he would and requested General Pershing to Appeal by which we will furnishfcboth papers for one Colonel Slocum, It Is believed, nre reduce tho prlcos of all his products, make the estate available for coloni- P. S. Lashbrook, et al., nmong the few white-m- en who have nlthough on account of high wages zation by his comrades who nre being year for the low price of vs. Notice. ho was already soiling some of his rehabilitated, after war wounds, for Stock Law Election In West TJeav-been accorded to privilege of stuff without profit, and even below agricultural pursuits. The Pershing Uam Voting Precinct, No. 14. te sacred rlto of tho Hopi tract contains 100 ncres of tho parsnako dance. The late former Presi- cost. Pursuant to a judgment rendered IV dent, Col. Theodore Roosevelt, is ish's best land. by tho Ohio County Court, at its Parallel Cum' of the Itnilrtitiils said to huvo witnessed the coromony. regular September term, 1921, notice This farm ,ls imaginary, but cam-par- e Thp number of civilian employes In Is hereby given that on Tuesday NoHaulers. Vnilili Item by Item and you have a The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest zono has been re- vember 8th, 1921, same being the The Hopls worship rattlesnakes. true picture of the railroad situation. the Panama canal duced 40per cent since March 4, regular election day, a poll will be and best papers in the South and we hope to receive They believe them to bo in close comAlthough the railroads could not 1921, and more than 700 former opened for the purpose of ascertainmunication with the gods that con- earn their operating expenses and many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and soldiers will be forced out of employ- ing the will of the legal voters residtrol the weather elements. Kach year taxes in Januarynnd Fhrunry. It was ment If seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in an ap- ing la West Beaver Dam Voting Prethere Is not a let-useveral hundred snakes are gathered July 1st of this year before they peal from the canal zone to the Am- cinct, No. 14, upon the following subscription now. Don't delay. your for the ceremony and Imprisoned, in could get any relief from high wages. you In favor of makerican Legion's representatives In tho klva for two weeks, where pray-or- H And then there was deducte-- from Washington declares. Two army of- question: "Are ing It unlawful for cattle or nny speare said over tho reptiles and their payroll only $375,000,000 ficers and three civilians appointed cies thereof to run at large upon the "messages" gitfen them for delivery say of the increase of the by Secretary of War Weeks recom- public highways and unincloscd lands to the gods. Then tho snakes are past four years. mended the sweeping reductions in of West Beover Dam Voting Precinct, brought to the surface by the "snake r personnel. No. 14"? priests," and the dance begins, to the CANAL CUT KIUMGHT KATES Given under my hand, this 9th day accompaniment of huge torn toms. Milady's fashlonnble cordage bou- of September, 1921. Tho priests grip the snakes In their In a recent test shipment of 2000 quet mny have started life as a handW. C. BLANKENSH?P, teeth, just back of tho heads, and boxes of oranges and lemons from Los ful of ragweed, for disabled-soldie- rs Clerk Ohio Count Court 12t4 thus hold them and dance for hours Angeles to Philadelphia via the Panm in Kansas City hospitals are doing a at n time. ama canal, It was proved that citrus thriving business in making artificial KENTUCKY WELL. SUITED hit-to- n in our family, "For years we fcave used Black-Draug- ht A majority of the dancers are fruits can be shipped by boat across TO PRODUCTION OF PORK D and I have never found any medicine that could take its El during the ceremony, but none the Isthmus without refrigeration nnd nnd lifelike posies out of ordinary 'weeds. War Mothers of tho city are Q place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville.Tenn. Mr. Sta- - Q have ever been known to suffer or In delivered at Eastern ports in excelLexington, Ky., Sept. 2G. Kency,who is a Rutherford Cou.ity farmer, recommends Black- nny way become affected by the bite. lent salable condition. In the, test teaching wounded men to color the dyes and the American tucky is especially adapted to the H Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- - m The Indians are extremely reticent some of the fruit was kept under re- weeds with Legion is helping them place the production of swine because of Its hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- - Jf about discussing thlr apparent Im- frigeration and some was stored with flowers with florists and gift shops. particular climatic conditions and tho vent them from developing into serious troubles. laconi- air ventilation alone. munity from tho snake bites, Every hour feeds which it is capable of producing cally answering questions by saying, the boxes were examined to seo bow For the return 'of a tattered old according to Bulletin No. 175 which Q thnt the rattlers are "friends of tho the fruit was standing the hot weath- army raln-cnpalmost worth Its has Just oeen revised by the Kentucsnake priests." er of the canal region, but on arrival weight in gold because of sentiment ky Agricultural Experiment Station Immunize Self. both lots were found to be in the sntn0 attached to' it, liberal rewards have for dlstriuuMon to farmers of the Several theories have been advanc- stnte of preservation. been posted by American eglon ser- State. Tao circular dlscussei in de-ed in explanation of the Tho big fact proved in the experi- vice men of Toledo, O. Tho cape, tail the growing and faltonlug of of the snake bites, but the most ment was that It costs about CO per MacLano, hogs In tho dry W and or. forago generally accepted one Is that the cent less to transport by water than property of Rev. II. P. chaplain of nn Infantry regiment In crops and gives the results of experi"It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy dancors rub tiny bits of the venom to bend direct by rail. During 1920 declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a Franco ,was used by him to cover ths ments which have been conducted by and Pacific coast into their sklnB before the dance paid out cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our station in thm two gradually increase the quantity un- $25,000,000 in freight charges for faces of dead soldiers lying In tho the KerluoUymay It has saved us. many family if it wasn't for Black-Draugbe obtained free by completely Immunized. transportation of 47,000 carloads of Flanders mud and rain while their projects. It til they are n. I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars graves wero being dug. It had been writing th Eipcrjuient StaiUn, It Is known that neither the rattlers fruit to Eastern markets. If all this out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep many encounters with barbed nor tho venom sacs nre removed from had been sent by water there would torn in highly and am in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht wire whllo the chaplain followed his tho snakes before the weird ceremony have ueen a saving of about $i3,000.-00- 0. seed ImMuch of the sugar-benever without it." undlscrlmlnating thief troops, but an is started. railway managers ported into the United States comes At all druggists. automoUpon completion of tho dance tho foronaw the present condition years stolo it from the minister's Germany, and Is received from released and according to ago and tried to prevent tho con- bile. snakes nro through the port of Galveston. Hopi tradition, they return to the struction of tho canal. But the canal m Amerl-qa- n The body of the unknown gods boucath the earth with their was completed and Its competition .8t Claire I couldn't help it. That soldier to be brought home from i. messages from the priests. ( has seriously disturbed tho railroad' Franco by General Pershing probably hateful Elle said the reason I wasn't magnates. Tho situation must bo will bo selected from the Argonne married was bcause no fool had profaced, however, and if railroads hope cemotery at Romange, wh6ro most of posed to me, so I told her you, KUNN1NG FARMS AND KUNNING KAILKOAUS to bandlo any more "Western fruit for tho unidentified dead wore interred had. grounds of tbo presidential summer fifteen days after his inauguration, Eastern markets tboy will havo to cut following tho fighting in tho forest Just What She Needed mansion at Itambouillet last year has was horrified to discover when ho Private Owiicrslilp their rates in half to compcto with tangles, according to information to Tho Farm Under arrived ut Ramboulllet that bathing at last been solved. Hack in January, 1917, there was the Panama canal. tho American Legion shortly before "I used a nettle of Chamberlain's At th0 timo tho president's im- facilities there wore limited to ono Practically all commodities havo had a good fnrm.-whlca farmor who tho general sailed. But two per cent Tablets' some time ago and thoy prov- promptu ducking was ascflbed to ov- tin bathtub, vlntago Henri IV, which was worth $20,000. He had good decreased In price from 40 to 50 per of the war's dead yet remain in ed to bo Just what I needed," writes erwork and nervous Btraln resulting served tor tho entiro presidential horses and llvo stock, with fences, cent during" tho last year hut trans- Franco. Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chllllcothc, Mo from being forced to sign commit- suite.' buildings, wagons, iows and other portation costs havo increased about mm Being a man of action President "They not only relieved me of indl ments for tho exocutlon of criminals 40 per cent. Tho avferago freight implements in good repair. gestion but toned up my liver nnd I altho an ardent opposcr of capital Mlllcrand got busy, an, army ot present is from 1C5 SOMK FACTS AND FIGURKS In tho thrco previous years the rate on wheat at plumbers appeared, and. now RamRELATING TO T1IK NEGRO rid me of backache and dizziness that punishment. fanners had made a living on this to 196 per cent above tbo rates of I had been subject to for some time. This was homo out by his subse- boulllet Palaco resembles an "evpaid 1912. On corn tho market prlco at farm, and after all expenses wore ery room with private bath" hotel. When Abraham Lincoln issued his Thoy did me a world of good and I quent resignation. found thnt ho hud made a profit of present is 9 per cent less than in 1912 But tho .question agitating tho It now turns out that the real rea200 Emancipation Proclamation it appli- will always speak a good word for a llttlo over a thousand dollars a whllo tho freight rates aro about in son was tho almost complete .absence brains of Parisian psychologists is: over G per cent on tho per cont higher. Oats brlnpf 92 per ed to those negroes only who at the them." yeara llttlo o of baths In tho great mansion in How did tho former president cent of tho 1912 prlcos whllo tho timo wcro enslaved in states In revalu0 of bis farm. including tho fastidloua riSHI'ONI) ONLY BATIITUIJ which tho presidents of Franco spend France applied sufficient fertili- freight rates nro from 170 to 190 por bellion against the federal authority, Ho lad Raymond Pohicaro and tho elegant KOIt FltENCJI IMtKSIDENT their summor holidays. Statistics show that Tho status of noarly a million slaves zer" each year, and his land was in cent groater. unafPresident Mllloraud, who achieved Follx Faure got along? for Future produc- with tho exception of livestock, grain held in other states remained good condition Surroptltlous visits to the flshponil Paris, Sept. 24. The mystery of a reputation as "tho saultary presitraffic nets tho railroads tho' highest fected until January 1, 1866, when tion. Amendment, declar- what made former President Des- - dent when he ordored bathrooms In- on dark nights are alleged to havo returns, the avorago profit being over the Thirteenth II. ing slavery abolished' throughout the cbanel Jump into a fishpond In tho stalled in the palaco of th0 Elyeco been among tholr habits aUo. Tho Farm Under Govcrutacnt Coutwl 11 per cent on such shipments. GEN. SCOTT SEES """i"f"MBBBMBBiWW5iSJ iingjtvj; fegSRg&SSSgSg uAo a UH Genuine Castoria Mothers Know That Always . Bears the ia im Signature f$f V. """ Home-steadin- m rti; balf-a-doz- rs W For Over x:-::- - able-bodie- Jiv Thirty Yea 8 W JS lime-smeare- I A an A rill mbVATO'I $1.75 p, one-sixt- h nBDafiraDDDaDDDRDDBaDDiinnQDDa g 3 Colds & Headache g g 3 g g e, THEDFORD'S S BLACK DRAUGHT ... ht. g fruit-growe- rs a Lox-i:gtr- et Far-sight- Accept No Imitations h DO DDnaDoanDnnaaiaaaDaannDDDao h . - (The Hartford Republican the Democratic city counrll with put cestui farmers In the county consult Tho present county administration ThU fan ting over a graft deal right here nt 4!w fnrm nrnnf nftannct Weekly by Published 'all farmers thns accomplished marked Improve- HAKTFOItl) IMIINTING COMPAXT home. Hut th dog days were un- should pojnt tho way to mit of county affairs along many usually hot this season. Incorporated Th0 organizers of the terrifying' useful lines, nnd tho following men-Kl- u Why do we hear nothing from Klux Klnn nro meeting with toncd pll)lIc improvements are W. S. TINSLEY, Editor opposition That Great Man In the White House" from every forctl ln eVdenco of such action: and Dullness Manager. mln- who led his party into the wilder- - quarter. Governors, mayors, Rond construction work comes first ness. If n Democratic press is win- Islers nnd educators everywhere arc ,n importnnce ln tnp achievements of Entered according to law nt t'ue ing for hlul to be forgotten, why wnrnlng the people against assoclat- - thn ndnilnlstrntlnn. Tostofficc, Hartford, Ky., as uall Tho nrnSf.nt of- should it not extol the great achieve- ing with this dnngerous organization Xiatter of the second class. flclals do not claim all the honor for ments of his administration? Is the A recent ndoltion to this opposition this condition. Th0 times demand adto war waste and the railroad scandal Is the respectable secret orders of the vanced methods of road construction Address all communications Masons, Odd Fellows, Tills advancement wub begun under and the League of Nations dampers country. The Hartford Kcpubllran. Or Is Knights of Columbus nnd various on Democrntlc enthusiasm? the administration of Judge Wedit decreed that the man and all his other secret orders arc raising a ding, continued through NOTICE TO SUllSCItII)EIt9 that of forgotten? vigorous voice "f protest. Such nn Judge- Wilson, but was brought to its Subscribers desiring the paper sent works are to be order ns this threntenlng organiza- greatest perfection fo a new address must give the old undCr thi adfcddress In making the request. It's n hard winter coming, if we tion hns a tendency to create preju- ministration of Judgo Cook. DurBusiness Locals and Notices 10c hnrken to the voice of the prophets. dice agnlnst. secret orders In general, ing the four years of tho present adper line, and 8c per line for each ad- The corn hns a heavier shuck, bark and this motive is moving the secret ministration many mlls of graded ditional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards on the trees Is thickening, squirrels societies to action. It is a fair as roads have been constructed, nil the of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for are packing away nuts before they sumption that western Kentucky lintiortnnt hlchwnvs nf tho cnuntv ach head line and slgnautre, money nro,rlpe nnd then there Is the goose finds the memory of e been broluh, t0 n blglier In advance. activity of the to fresh to mnko a venture with n nri, fhnn ...9a .. L.n,..n Ilof slallll. ,, Church Notices for services free, bone and the unusual feat other advertisements, lc per bootleggers and ever eo many other secret cult with a name so sugges- foje tho first time It became possible word. signs, nnd besides everybody Is ex- tive of midnight outrages as the Ku Anonymous communications will pecting a hard winter. But the wea- Klux Klnn. This country does not to use automobile transportation on all tho principal roads of the county' ncelve no attention. ther Fometlmes has n trick of need mnsked men prowling about un- The following principal roads have and der cover of midnight darkness nil the prognostlcators, whlenc(I gr!uleg cut down aml TELEPHONE see. we will have to wait and der the guise of aiding the officers drained until vehicles, nnlmal nnd C9 Farmers Mutual in the enforcement of law power drawn, felt safe to venture on The Hartford Herald, which asthem for travel. Among these are I1UDAY,. .SEPTEMI1HR 30 sumes that because n Republican did This newspaper 'will not undertake tho Hartford and Fordsvllle, Dundee It, it was wrong, challenges out state- to advise the people how to vote on nnd Narrows, Owensboro and ment about the condition of the coun- the two constitutional amendments across tho entire county, REPUBLICAN TICKET ty roads. Fortunately this is a mat- j affecting the public schools, but will the Mngan and Whltesvllle, Heaver ter about which the public Is not de- insist that they give the matter Dam and Rochester, South Carroll-to- n upon newspaper thoughtful attention. Kentucky lags pendent for Its facts and Contortown, practically all statements. The roads are here, the painfully behind In the mntter of roads in point Pleasant precinct, Owthe, fnct resolves school progress. people are here, nnd Something Is need- ensboro nnd Leitchfleld road from Itself. Still our stntement stands ed to give new Impetus to school Daviess county line to Hrcckeuridg county roads are In decided work. If these amendments that Ohio will line nt Asklns, Hartford to Horse ly the beet condition they have been help, by all means let us adopt them. Branch by way of Roslno, Arnold to in in the entire history of tho coun- Tho leading newspapers of the state Uaiztown and to Cromwell, Prentls-tty. without regard to politic, the kn'd-in- g Beaver Dam and Fordsvllle and educators ot the state without Cloverport rond. Also twelve mile-o- f are voting regard to politics pretty generally workers Railroad state aid road on" the Hartford ..in against accepting a .mall reduction endorse the amendments. The amend- - Pleasant Ridge division nnd the Ilirt-providing a reservation of ten ford and Hardlnsburg rond. have in wages recently ordered by the Rail-iineway Isabor board, and are threaten-- 1 j,er cent of the school fund to supple- - been constructed, which compares falug to strike. Strikes win or lose as lnent ti!e fnti 0f ti,e j,oor schools of vorably with any grade ronds of th ' they are supported or opposed by pub- - tne state seems to admit of little state. For Circuit Judge , R. W. SLACK lie sentiment, and tho public temper jroom for argument. The other Tho fiscal court In this tim- - h'.is is just now hardly disposed to look j amendment, which seeks to take the procured For Commonwealth's Attorney for the county for the purwith favor on a strike of railway em-- 1 office of State Superintendent out of pose CAUDE E. SMITH of road grading three tractor-an- d re- - politics by making ployees. High freight rates are it appointlv by For Circuit Cotnt Clerk about a dozen road ditchers and gnrded as one of the chief hindrances a state boar,i 0f education rathei thn PRANK BLACK graders, the effects of which aie to a readjustment of business, and a by the present plan of election Is less plainly apparent In the roads of tht bor Representative- continuance of war wages will not clear in its effect, but the educators various sections of the county. Man. IRA JONES help reduce freight charges. who have given tho most thought to miles of levies have been grudtx For County Judge the question are for it, and that is above flood stage, grades cut dow-an- d - something R. R. WEDDING Aye, we believe we did say somein its favor. However, new routes found around ob thing about the Louisville municipal we are not expressing an opinion, but For County Court Clerk structing hills, and all of these im E. G. UARRASS election, but we said it after the the people to give the matter provenunts have been made nnd pah aid had rushed to the footlights and sober and mature consideration, For County Attonic for in the fnce of the highest prices fired off its hoss pistol in defence of &. OTTO C. MARTIN for lnbor and material ever experHarris, whom two officers candidate THE AMENDMENTS For Sheriff iences in the history of the county. of the law stated they had found G. A. RALPH In addition to. this important road whero it was mighty embarrass The last session of the legislature work For Tax Commissioner the fiscal court has made many ing for a candidate for mayor to be. provided for submitting two consti ROY KEOWN other advances in public ImproveHerald knew nomore of the tutional amendments, both dealing The For Jailer reflect credit alike upon truth or the falsity of the charge than with the public schools, to be voted ment that and NATHANIEL HUDSON the court the county. Among we knew, and we knew nothing, but, on at the approaching election. For Coroner these may be mentioned the removal assuming that a Democratic candiTho first amendment proposed is of the filthy and unsanitary public t W. A. HIMES date can do no wrong, entered into a intended to take the office of State toilet from For County Surveyor the second floor of the furious defense. Superinendent of Schools out of poll-tic- s, C. S. MOXLEY court house, which had for years by making it a Iglslative instead For J. V. O. C, District No. 1 In attacking the statement that of a constitutional office. If the made the room on the floor below J. P. McCOY public opinion upheld Judge Slack amendment Is adopted the state su- unsulted for use, and which is now being used by the tax commissioner, District No. 3 in his decision in the Ohio county perintendent will probably be elect arrangement for coal storage in FELIX SHAVER election case the Hartford Herald ed by a state board ot education which- the the basemnt of the courthouse with District No. 3 betrays a woeful want of understand- will be appointed by the governor. a concrete approach Q. B. BROWN to it without ing of a very plain statement. If it Governor Morrow has announced that District No. 4 Messenger if the amendment carries be will ap- damage to the courthouse yard. was the law, and both the The present administration found J. R. MURPHY which is usually considered mighty point e. board of nine members, se the county jail a rusty rattle trap District No. 5 good Democratic authority, said it lected from both political parties J. W. GRAY was, and the Court of Appeals, which the names of which he has already that confined only such prisoners as District No. 0 on announced, which board in turn will preferred getting their lodging and is Democratic but MACK MARTIN meals at the expense of the county the bench, said it was, how could any elect the state superintendent. The Instead of working for them, and" fit District No. 7 apopinion worthy of respect fail to theory is advanced that a board so J. W. TAYLOR prove his decision? Whatever pub- selected would be better able to se- ted it with the latest steel caging, which now makes it one of the safest District No. 1 lic opinion might be of the law it was lect a governing officer for the county prisons L. J. PICKEREL in the state. law, and Judge Slack had no schools, than the voters who lack the One of the most useful institutions For Constable, District No. 7 choice but tp declare it so. both the technical knowledge and R. H. BASHAM Inaugurated by the present . fiscal the personal acquaintance with the court is the public rest room, where asThe Hartford Herald solemnly small member of men who are qualiladles out in the county from Has the Hartford Herald no good sures us the Republicans ot Louis- fied for such service. after making their purchases from The second amendment would set word to say for Its local ticket? It ville endorsed two Democratic candistores or attending the courts was mightily for Wilson nnd the dates for judge of the circuit court aside ten per cent of the State's school the while waiting may, for their train or Republifund to be usesd to supplement the League of Nations Ip the campaign because, notwithstanding a can majority of 12,000 in Jefferson meager funds of th poorer counties other means of conveyances home, last year; whence the silence in the county last yar, the Republicans could of the state. The present school law repair to wait for such accommodapresent campaign? . not defeat them on account of their requires a fixed salary for teachers, tions. The city Indeed pays for the matron in charge but the fiscal court A distinguishing feature of the official records. We are glad to have and some of the counties can pot defrays the expense of the rent of our neighbor recognize the difficulty meet this requirement with the opening of the Republican municipal the building. campaign in Louisville Friday night, of defeating a circuit judge- because funds now allotted them, and It is to The Almshouse, which had been of his record. Judge Slack has an cover such deficiency that the reserwib the appearance us speakers on the platform of Ben Brumleve and unassalled and an unasallable record vation of the ten per cent is to be distant spring for use of the inmates painted, repairs roade and the propHelm Bruce, Democrats and dis- In this district and, according to the authorized. erty gnerally put in good condition. tinguished in the business and social Herald's logic, the Democrats fchould Water was formerly carried from a not have contested his reelection. If, C. DEATH AT CHARLESTON 8. life of the city. spring for use of th0 inmates as tho Herald assumes, the Republi Mrs. Mattie Coppage died at the distant this condition cans of Jefft'rson county will support home ot her son, Mr. Travis Coppago, and keeper, and candidates for The Republican county offices are making a preliral- -' a Judgo who has' done his duty faith at Charleston, S. C, Monday ot last has been remedied by supplying a nary canvass of the county and re- fully and well, and we believe they week, death resulting from an at- well of good water on the premises. Many of the road Improvements port a fine feeling of interest and would, why should not the Demo- tack of acute indigestion.. The rev crats of this district do likewise, and mains were brought to Leitchfleld, nave been made possible b,y the co harmony on the part of the voters. It operation' ot the people living along ia one of the best tickets over offered again wo beliovo they will. her former home, for burial. The the rtiads so Improved, who split tha county, and an to the voters of the deceased was tho widow ot the late with the county Our farmers who are not taking John C. Coppage ot Leitchfleld, who expens0 fifty-fift- y oldtlnie Republican majority is advantage of the opportunity offered was a brother ot Mrs. R. R. Wedding authorities. But tho iniatlon ot this movement was due to members of them in the ser'vides ot the county of this city. ' the county administration. farm agent nro standing in their own There is n rumor afloat "that the Nearly a half century ago this fam ' 3cmocrats hro planning to quietly light. Tho' agent is paid for his ser- ily lived on adjoining farm tp the The water graft charge against tho swan off a part of their county ticket vices out of local and national funds writer who, then only a small boy, county administration exists rather in nn effort to savo tho other part, and they aro at tho tree disposal ot reflects with pleasing niomory on the in the minds ot those having water and wo want to warn Republican vot- all tho people. , Mr. Mclntecr, our appreciated favoritism this good on the brain tlfan In nny mismanageers that there is no occasiou tor local agent, Is a very capable agricu- woman showed him. May her soul ment ot this problem, If any oue lturally and can bo ot vriy great ser- rest in everlasting peace. knows of nny grafting havlug been swapping. Tho election of the put over on tho good county of Ohio Republican ticket is nn cortaln vice to the farmers calling on him. he is not a good citizen unless ho goes NOTICE TO TEACHERH as death and taxes, and there la no Every farmer la confronted by problems whore expert ndvico would mean Checks fcavo bocn written for nil before- tho courts and gives ovldcnce occaulon for dickering. dollars nnd'eontH and, since this sei- - teachers who havo their reports in, that will result in prosecution of vlco ean'bd had frco, ho uhould avail for tho first month's salary, and will those responsible for it, and ho Tho Hartford Horald set th not to "bllliiB" pretty Htrouir thla hitusolt ot it. AVbcn In doubt about bo mailed out when so ordered by' the should put up dr shut up. A MEMBER OF THE FISCAL 14tl week, and we like-- It becauso va Jjovo the, best courso to pursue the farmer County Board. COURT. E. S. HOWARD S. S, O. O I tuo roost politics to "blic." JBut ye should have be agent visit his farm possum-huntliighnVun-bo- en n, o 1 nt j Her-JurgjI non-partis. eu-ti- ro - do wonder that In Its gtntrnl blun- - or call him over the toltphonc nnd derlnc It fhould have boldly charged profit by his ndvlco. Tho mort sue- - COLW'TV ADMINISTRATION WiWtMtOT ftPCO I SSOJZ& a t arc no 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 featured by Queen Quality agencies. No woman need pay extravagant prices today, for. Queen Quality shoes mostly eight to twelve dollars offer such quality, style and comfort in their exclusive features that to buy them today is true economy. COOPER BROS., HEAVKH I)M, ICY. Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! When Cleaned and Pressed on the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Press. " NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES We have tho best equipped and most cleaning and pressing establishment in this station of the state. Prompt and first-clasrvlce guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel post packages. We give bervlcc and all work guaranteed. te ss "4-ho- OUH PRICES Cleaned ami Pressed MEN'S LIST .Men's Suits (2 pcce) Men's Suits (3 piece) Overcoats, medium , OtcrcoatB, heavy and long LADIES' LIST Dresses, plain Dresses, with drapo Dresses, fancy Coat Suits, plain Coat Suits, with drnpe Skirts, pleated Coats, long Velvet Suits Steamed . . , Waist, fancy $1,C0 $1.7G .....$1,D0 J1.7G A ', . . .$1.50 J1.76 $2.25 .J1.D0 $1.70 .'$1.00 up t' . ,$1.00 $3.00 75 ' 1 ., SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO., RHODES Jit LONG, Prop-,- . Leitchfield, Kentucky. Chevrolet Prices! F. B. Touring F. B. Roadster 490 Touring 490 Roadster 490 Light Delivery Truck All prices $975.00 975.0,0 ." ... f. o. b. Factory. ,.,.., ..'.'.' .'.'.' ', " ." 525.00 525.00 52500 Taylor & Morris Motor Co. , L Hartford, Ky. Mr, and Mrs. Tlcc Burn1? wpto In ARIIESTFI) IN TRANSIT ON oca BOOZE TRANSPORT HAIIOE 1 Owtnsboro the flrtt of tho week. 'ixiszsizt t ti ana tUnderwear r rouying nosiery Confidence of With Perfect i - Future Service and Satisfaction In all their dealings with this store we want our customers to realize that value, service and satisfaction arc things that they can absolutely depend upon getting. We select our merchandise with this thought ever inmindjconscqucntly when we recommend pi The Maker's Mark of Identification on Cooper's-Benning-t- Allen A Hosiery 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 belter class stores everywhere; and best of all, it actually costs no more than any high grade merchandise of this character ought to cost. Most men and women these days have pretty clearly defined ideas regarding the quality of things they buy to eat, to wear or to furnish the home. It is this classof buyers we like to cater to. The more they know about these things the more readily do they appreciate the superior fit, stjle, quality, value and which service of ALLEN A merchandise we sell. Spring Needle Underwear for Men and Boys and on Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women and Children FAIR & COMPANY The Fair Dealers. AtlTOMOIIILi: HACKS At Ohio WIIllo Calloway nnd Fred Gulnn, County Fair Grounds, October lGth McIIenry young' men, were arrested 1921. Tuesday night nt Roslne, by Constn- Frrds-vlll- o blti Andy Alford nnd brought before A school fair will be glv n nt tomorrow. Auspices Fordsvllle Judge Cook Wednesday, on a charge nf transporting liquor. High School. After a preliminary hearing the boys were sent Two Frank Aliens, Frank of Horse to Jail to insure their appearance for A quart Branch, nnd Frank bf McIIenry, at- examining trial Saturday. tfitlle containing about a teaspoonful tended circuit court Monday. ff kicky was brought bofore the "A bum show" was tho verdict of court nnd offered as exhibit. According to report of Constable Louis It I ley who attended the circus Alford the men had struck up a flro at Beaver Dam Monday night. near tho depot nnd were flashing quart when arrested. A half In tho market for eggs nnd tholr We are pint of booze was in the bottle at the poultry every day In the year. Hightlmo of tho arrest but tho constnble est ensh prices paid. having set the bottle on a table W. E. ELLIS & BRO. while l.o used n telephone, Calloway poured the contents of the bottlo out Attorney C. E. on Commonwealths ' tho floor. Smith will go to Owenshoro Monday, The bovs claimed to have bought to attend to the prosecutions for tho the whisky whilo attending the cir commonwealth In the Daviess circuit cus at Heaver Dam Monday nlgh.t court. and that they were In slow transit to Louisville when arrested. Calloway Rev. T. T. Frazlcr wr.s returned by was only recently married. for the Scottsvlllo conference o year's service on tho Hartford FIFTY YEARS OF CHANGE circuit, and will begin the new year with services nt the local church May It not interest tho younger Sunday. generation nnd attract the attention of the older one to recount a few of F. W. Clark died at the Owensboro the changes occurring In Ohio county City Hospital Sunday, following an past fifty years? operation. His remains wero taken within tho At that time the county was alrea to his former home In Butler coun years old, but settle dy soveny-flv- o ty for Interment. He lived out on ment was sparse and public Improve Route 1. ments of trifling Importance. period At relatively bo modern The residence of Mr. Frank LlndHartford' was tho only town of imley of Itoslne, burned last week, tho portance in the county, and the fir., orlulnatlnc from a defective flue. greater part of "trading" was done Mr Lindly carried a small amount of here. People came for many miles insurance which his loss exceeded by on horseback, bringing both produce about $500. and cash and carrying drygoods home meal sacks. At an even later per Buck Midklff of Sulphur in Mr. iod practically all tho'wheat In the Springs, was a welcome guest at this county was brought here In wagons office Wednesday. Mr. Midklff re to have It ground. It was not unports that his son, Marvin, who went common for neighbors to "splice" to Colorado a few months ago for the loads of wheat to bring here to mill. benefit of his health, is showing lit Fitly years ago, or thereabout, tle improvement. Cromwell had not been settled and an-oth- or New Store We have opened for business in the buildiner:r'dr-merl- y occupied by W. E. Ellis & Bro., on Clay Stxcal. and will handle a complete line of :$ Groceries, Fresh and Cuased W Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. We will pay the highest market price for all kinck of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL? is ons motto. Give us a trial. i 1 J. B. YORK & SON, Phone 89-- 2 HARTFORD, K2L ffl XiVaUm memsgeamrixvapi OUR CAR LOAD OF WIRE FENCE V 3 Is Going Fast. AMERICAN WOVE! RE FENCE Barbed Wire, Nails and kindred ar tides. Lowest prices in six years. 1 See us before buying. , . ! ' :U r ) v. ' ( Ml . X ) Rev. A. J. Williams has received i"" a """. co. nine or so e ui mo iimoii notice of the death at Spr ngfleld. Ro. ,, nT1,i Illinois, of his uncle, Mr. William P.I , ... .'" """"-- J Downs, who was S3 years old. Mr. , Downs formerly lived on Rough river. Fordsvllle of a few miles above Hartford,.but left settlement, and In fact Mr- - Bonnie White of Horse Branch the county about forty years ago. q olde3t towng ,n tfco coun. The ' Hartford Republican I attended circuit court Tuesday. ty. Buckhorn, Cancy Precinct and Mr. John W. Petty whe .has been tra .SEPTEMBER 30 FRIDAY,. Mrs. Claud Blankcnshlp is spend living with his son, Rev. F. M. Pet - era"u ty. at Jcffersontown. Ky is visiting P ing tho week r.t Dawson Springs. years ago there was not a Mr. Petty was relatives at Narrows c Md w " PERSONAL NEWS V ...n11bnn...n ww... ..... alvtv , Ofira ""o tltUnn hnrn Mrs. A. W. Mills is visiting her a cn.uu haued fr(jm polntg on AND SOCIAL EVENTS daughter, Mrs. Timer Westerfield, on ago, where ! he took an .n..v II IIpart in oh,o There . .! puunc auuirs. TT. Ir. uu nu io " .10 jcu.o were then no more than a half dozen Route 2, this week. old. Ityo nnd Grass Seed for sale by voting precincts In the county, nnd W. E. ELLIS & BttO. voters in many Instances had to ride We will have a car of Fertilizer Rev. Granville Jaggers will blow ten and fifteen miles to got to the within the next few days. the gospel horn for tho Nocreek M. polls. Schools, such schools as they W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Doed nnd mortgage forms for sale E. Methodist church for the ensuing wcrA and few as they were, were at th0 Republican office. year, according to ministerial assubscription schools, and Mrs. Harry Bennett and Infant sou signment of the conference just clos- known as only such parents as were able and was of Beaumont, Texas, are visiting the ed at Covington. Dr. J. A. Duff of Dundee, Rev. Jageers willing to pay tuition sent their cnii- family of Mr. James C. Bennett. among our visitors Tuesdny. comes from the Summit chargj In writing dren to school. Reading, Hardin county. Kio only were and arithmetic Horse of of Island, Mr. George Bennett Mr. Jlmmic Miller taught. spent Saturday night and Sunday Harry McNutt (colored) of Bea- branches years ago grain was cut with II ranch, Is seriously 111 of heart Fifty charge of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James ver Dam, is in Jail on a a scythe and threshed with a flail or C. Bennett. forging the name of Luther Chlnn t a croundhog' thresher. Meadows a check or ten dollars. McNutt made were cut with a scythe and raked with , , Miss Vencta Barnard of Dundee, Mrs. J. A. Bennett has gone to a trifling purchase of groceries at a pitchfork. Bpcnt last week visiting, at Breman Wagons were fow and Nocreek, where she-- will spend the Dever Bros, store, got more than buggies almost unknown. Oxen hitch... nnd Greenville. winter with her daughter, Mrs. Fleet nine dollars cash In exchange and left ed to a two wheel cart was the chief thQ groceries lying on the counter. MJUlgan of wood Ward. means of hauling. Many women were Mr. and Mrs. H E. cooking with a'skillet and lid on aro vibitlng relatives in OwNocreek, Attorney Ernest Woodward, Louis- still coals of a wood fire. Miss Martha Sandefur has returnthe ensboro this weelt. Hened to Beaver Dam after an extended ville, and Judge W.' H. Henson, Fifty years ago Ohio county women visit with tho family of her undo, Mr. derson, were in circuit court here were still spinning cotton and wool WedAttorney M. L. Heavrln left with the Washington Tuesday, in connection and weaving blankets, JeanB for the nesday for Mississippi, to attend to George Jones, of tho prosecution by the Commonwealth of men's clothing and cotton for their neighborhood. Bomo legal business for a cllont. a number of coal companies which, own. Candles were yet the principal Mrs. J. I. Goodman of Owensboro, were charged with failure to provide means of lighting the houses and, In went to Miss Emllie Pendleton up Saturday to spend a few days wash rooms for their employees, as the absence of mntchs, bark was laid Louisville yesterday to upend the came relatives. with her husband, Mr. J. I. Goodman, provided for In a recent law. over coals of fire and then covered week-en- d with friends and foreman of tho mechanical departwith ashes at night to save the trouMr. Frank Felix, who has been In ble of going to a neighbor's house to Superintendent Howard has re- ment of theFHerald office. Hartford for several weeks, left got live coals to start the morning ceived a supply of blackboard alntlng Judge R. W. Slack and Common- Tuesday for Louisville, where he will fire. need Knls-ker- n which may bo had by schools in wealth's Attorney C. E. Smith will Join his, daughter, Mrs. C. B. parFifty years ago Rough rivpr was of it. Knlskern, and tbe and Mr. speak atMcHenry tonight at 7:00 p. Rnanned bv but one bridge that being Fordsvllle tomorrow at 1:00 ty will motor to Miami, Florida, Mr. la wooden bridge at Hartford. But Miss Mary Warren Collins return- m., at hnmp. Mrs. FfillX. vilntnr upend- p. m., and at Narrows at 7:00 p. ru. fifty years ago thoy had seed ticks, ed to LouiaviJlo Sunday, after who is now. in Washington, D. C, dogs, snakes and politics in abunding the summer with her parents Mr. Allle draham, n farmer of tho will Join her family later at Miami. ance. Verily, the times do change. hero. la carrying Goshen neighborhood, Judge R. W. Slack and CommonllURNS LOSES PUMPniNS Island, and his right arm In splints, and It Is Rova, WleelnBtom of did' not know that a wealth's Atotrney C. E. Smith have Fordsvllle, are conducting all because he Mauzy of tractor had tho kick gf a spoken at a number of appblntments Tice Burns, the tobacco man, Is a mooting at the. Olaton Baptist Fordson in the county this week. They nave bewailing mule. the loss of-- fine crop of church, crowds and been mot by good-size- d They pumpkins, which are well on their Dr. Clarence DeWceso and Mrs. board with Interested attention. w.ay to southern ports unless interMrs. W. 0. Woodrlng left Friday on account of the1 heavy In reaponso DeWeese of Lexington, and Mrs. J. wero unable for Torre Haute, Indiana, almost cepted by gleaners living along the J. Tilford of Fordsvlllo, wero In town rains rendering the roads appoint- river banks. Mr. Burns had gathannouncing tho serious to ;a wire Moriday, In connection with tho mat- untrnvelablo, to meet their , n'oss of her sister. Rockport ered a large crop of the-- golden fruit ter of settling the estate of Mr. J. J. ments at Oentcrtown and from his cornfield and plied it (in, Saturday, and at Cromwell Monday Tilford, deceased. a ditch to await leisure for hauling Alvis S. Bonnott, chairman of tho night. Compensation It to his barn, when the flood fol Workmen's State Mr. Oscar BiBhop nnd family will Board, Louisville, was In Hartford of Friday night and started them on tho Tho hoavy and continuous ralhs take rooms in Mrs. C. M. Barnett's - - way to tho sea. Tlce says ho will from Saturday until Tuesday. rcsldeice for the winter. Mrs. Bar-ne- tt tUO PaSt IWO W,CCKB IlllVO uuuu iiu - not ditch his pumpkins hereafter crops In tho counwill later go to Nashvillo, to monso damage to Mr. Virgil Gary, an Indopendont ty. Hundreds of acres of Deans ana In the Croni-wo- ll spend tho winter with her daughter, MARRIAGE LICENSE candidate for magistrate peas cut and on tho ground boforfa the E.' W. Cdopor. I is ono Democrat who Is Mrs. district, rains set In nro almost a total loss. Judiciary. strong on a Lennle Ttchenor to Victoria Canaof these v Mr. Walker Myrtlo, a prominent Sonio of the heaviest losers crops near Hartford aro Al Sheffield, ry, Hartford Route 4, of, Narrows, merchant of Horse Branch, Is critiNoatU?y Jones, Route 6, ,to Dana MUh Paulliio WhltQ trouble. Mr. whn will loEo beans worth $3000; cally 111 of "stomach has gono to Indianapolis, Iud., whor0 Myrtle recently underwent an opera- Walter Cr.mpbcll, Joo Wcstcrflcld and Fuqua, .Hartford. with her Willie Muffet, Narrowt, to Sallio suo will epend tho winter hospital, but was W. B, Smith nro, also heavy losers of aunt, Mr. and' Mrs. Noah tion at a Louisville Fentress, Barretts Forry, j , undo nnd crops. thcoo not materially benefitted. ' " """ " p, ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. HKO&? -- mMram GENERAL. NEWS BRIEFED Marrying seven daughters of a common father Is th,o record of Fred Harris of Atlantic, Iowa. Marrying the eldest daughter of Peter Yost more than sixty years ago, Harris kopt marrying into the Yost family until he took the seventh daughter to marriage last week. Harris is 90 years old and his seventh wife 78. The eligibility of women to hold county offices Is not clear, and Governor Morrow has announced he will ask tho next General Assembly to specifically declare them eligible to such official service. Forty-eigstate prisoners who were charged with having escaped from custody, chiefly from road camns, were, sentenced in the Frank lin circuit court to an additional year of service. There aro 94 divorce cases on tho docket of the McCracken county circuit court. Major General Leonard Wood has been appointed governor general of the. Phillipplnes. Tho 55th annual encampment of the Gjand Army of the Republic at Indianapolis, Indiana, Mon day. seventeen Deflondoll, William yturs old youth of Boonville Indiana, woi given a llfo sentonco ior muruer- ing his mother. The boy was a mental defective. A newspaper correspondent Interviewing tho former German Crown Prince who is still In Holland, reports th oxilo as confidently hoping for a day when ho shall rule Germany as Its Kaleor. Negotiations betweon England nnd Ireland aro hanging flro,'nnd no Immediate settlement Is hoped for. Jaan Is said to bo proceeding on a campaign of military preparations on a largo scalo. Poaco treaties recently negotiated by th United States vltu Gormany, Austria and Hungary are now before fho sonato for ratification. About fifteen Democratrc scnatora will fight confirmation. Prohtblflqn enforcement officers are authority for tho statement that bootleggers trust la lu a natloa-wld- o ami retailers aro said, to bo Included ht op-rn- ed a - Manufacturer iiUfcsr3 existence in tho organization, and ctees sere paid to meet tines of dealers istc&ttX. Congress will be required-- ' to. wd-tT-r $3,324,000,000 in taxation-- t& masifc public requirements tor the: ffyrrt.l year. Sunday night will begin the l6t'v-Is- h Efeunaws; New Year 5682. throughout the world. wiR Jfeurrs-tho day with solemn revcrsirm. A monk at Milan, Italy, iusaanct-e- d a sensation among, the, tyt,:nx,Sfs by declaring he knows the aimsAi: burial place of six billions c k5i2 coin. Tho chief of police of Chicaepyxiagxi he bellcvca that fifty per ccHUuffikWa force ar0 bootlegging, and. na&Ttastt--. cd an investigation. A Twin Falls, Idaho, womae Sattxs trial charged with having kfllafc Ciser husbands and collecting insaiaaajauact their lives. Husband No. 5 by his wife, but he retiaetRto havo his life Insured. MIsslsslpplans have started" airrt-ganlzatlto be known as the lEfifiCtei Horso Knights to combat tfcs. SCfca Ivlux Klan Com sold In Chicago this- vezSSis Kn7 fraction under 50c a bu,sheL. record prlco slnco 1912 Tho Grand Army of the RtpttJUOte. In national moot at Ind!anaraBi.i about to adopt plans for dfspcciaa-:Its property, realizing the finalauiiSi.-In- g of tho organization must soccslts- -' proach. Th0 Loulsvillo Woman's A'tailStew to tho American Legion will aaSamWj Kentucky legislature to vote to each Kentucky soldier whoisccwria in tho late war, of $16 a aiootti Sarr tho tlmo served. e , on - - . taH A FIVE IiEAF CLOVEK: non-partls- this offlco Tuesday a five leaf tUatvr. which was tho first sport o! actor wq had scon. Four lecCrct&'iwv-stoni-s aro very rare, but onewitkSixvi loaves Is still more so. Mr ShelKUAra also brought In another sport St. ordinary threo leaf clover frcna tXx.i which extended by a Bi4tL:--stenlmoU an Inch in leugtu, formed by tho growing of tho pJotv-- j of tho leaf together. top off Mr. Uarve Sheffield CnragaCfco - 5IS fcrwwwevw mt . rABwajna) v4 W$m. V . n! pipe-party-b- ce A pipe won't burn your tongue if yousmoke R A.! mf y Get &r buzzing in your smoke-sectioKnow for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe can and will do for your peace and content I Just check up the men in all walks of life you meet daily all who certainly get top sport out of their pipes aglow with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince that N r Olton It Is possible to find customorn In a town or city within ronnonablo lmulluR distance taking eggs nml poultry to them nt regular intervals. Hotels, restaurants, nnd clubs nre good customers which can bo d In thle wny by contract. Ofton there nre grocery nnd provi sion dtnlors catering to'n xelect trmlo to whonl the producer can sell regular supplies of eggs nnd poultry. Of course, the simplest wny to sell produce is through the commission merchant. It does nwny with nnd trouble of private trades, but the returns usually arc not so large, oxcept when dealing with cor-tacommission houses that have built up a fine trade along certain lines. The Department of Agriculture has several bulletins covering the subject of marketing poultry. Fanners' Bulletin S30, Shipping Kggs by Parcel Post, may be had free upon application to the Division of Publications; Farmers' Uulletln 52S, Hints to Poultry Raisers 5 cents; Department Uulletln CGI, Feed Cost of Egg Production, price 10 cents, may be ordered of the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. sup-pilese ln (Humified on condition thnt thp couple depart from the olty. Thoy left on the afternoon train for Louisville. The Iter. Mr. Powell, who has been drawing ns many as 3,000 persons to tho rovlval, raid: "I desire to say to the public thnt all connections between H. K. LitchMr field nnd mysolf nre sevored. Litchfield came to me woll recommended and 1 am not passing on his guilt or Innocence. But certain in- 'dlscretlons on his part havo made It Imperative for me to dispense with his services.' Tho Nov. Mr Towoll said tho singer nnd the accompanist had joined him recently and were highly Liberty Bicycles On Sale' i t Litchfield's wife and child are said to live in Ashevllle, N. C. Tho girl's home Is In the, same State. Litchfield was an actor boforo becoming an evangelist singer, it Is understood here. The reWvul Is being conducted under auspices of the Methodist Episcopal Church, North. I Tires and accessories, feath- 'erweight Motor Bikes, Motors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, Line Construe-- i tion Material, Electrical Sup-- ; plies, Shoe and General Re- pair Shop. If it's fixable we fix it Both telephones. MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP GOVERNMENT HELPS handtom pound and hall pound tin humidors and in the pound crystal slat Tttnct Albtrt h toppy rd bait, tidy red tint, mold In Albert! And, you can wager your week's wad that Prince Albert's quality and flavor and coolness and its freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our exclusive patented process) will ring up records in your little old smokemeter the likes of which you never, before could believe possible! You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with humidor with mpong molttener top. Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat! And, just between ourselves! Ever dip into the spcrt of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and the makin's papers quick and cash in on a cigarette that will prove a revelation! Copyright 1921 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Winston-Sale- N.C. fiu lice-killin- the national joy smoha FARM DEPARTMENT. PorMiips And SuMfy Slay 15c Left Out All Winter. Parsnips and salsify are hardy, and the roots may be safely left in place through the winter. As early in the spring as they can be handled and before they start Into growth, experts of the United States Department of Agriculture advise, the roots should be dug, carefully sorted, and the selected ones immediately reset from 3 to 5 feet apart. Thy will start into growth at once, and generally will produce a good crop of soed. The parsnip can be safely left in place until the seed crop is fully ripe, when it can be cut and stored under shelter till dry. The heads of salsify open out as they ripen, and unless gathered the seed will be blow away. It is necessary, there fore to gather the opening heads about noon of every sunny day and spread them in an' airy place until dry when the seed can be rubbed out, winnowed, and stored. Cussina, or Vaupon Plant Yields Tea-lik- e IJeverage. An investigation is being made by tho Bureau of Chemistry, United States Department of Agriculture, into the beverage possibilities of a plant which has long been used in place of tea along the- coast of the South Atlantic and Gulf States, as as the northern part of far Florida. In Virginia and North Carolina this plant is known as "yaupo-- ' It grows also in South Carolina, Georgia, northern Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. In South Carolina it is called the tree." or "Christmas-berrNot only the tender shoots but all tho leaves, it has been found, contain caffeine, making it possible to eliminate the laborious hand picking necessary in gathering tea, of which only certain leaves can be used. Wild plants are abundant, and in one place a casslna hedge 2 miles long has been found. During Jhe World War it wilts suggested as a possible native bourco in case the imported supply or medicinal caffeine became unavailable. It is known that the Indians iu this region used the plant both as a beverage and for ceremonial purposes. The Spaniards learned tho uso of it from the Indians. At the tlmo of the Civil War it was used again, crudely prepared, to take tho placo of tea and coffee. It is thought by the United States Dopartment of Agriculture that by proper mehods of curing, similar to tho inethodu used in curing green teas, a very excellent beverage might bo brewed from it. Further investigations will be made by the department to determine the practical problems! incidental to the produutlon of cassiua for beverage purposes. - soh "cas-.-sina- ," y, -- Now Is tho time to burn old neUs, whitewash rooi$s, put awny hovels, cane borer, the alfalfa weevil, the cotton boll weevil, the papaya Jruit fly, and other insect enemies of the dip all your pullets and hens in a fruit of the avocado, was announced g good mixture thereby recently by the Federal Horticulturale, preparing them for the fall and win- Hoard, U. S. Department of Agiicul-turto become effective October 1. ter laying season. Do It now. 1921. As possible carriers of the pests, regulations are provided gov -- . -. Standards for Itnislu Dread And erning uo mou.ui Announced corn, cotton, alfalfa, and fruits ot the . for raisin avocado anu mo papaja m.m Tentative definitions bread, and buttermilk, evaporated United States to the Territory. These and dried, have been added to the restrictions, however, do not apply food standards already published ny to commercial shipments of these, -being the Kint committee on definitions plans, such shipments and standards, consisting of repre- guarded under territorial regulations. sentatives from the Association ot As ship's stores are in opssesslon of is sufficient), and stir the Official Agricultural Chemists, the crews or passengers they will be un- bushel thoroughly until all the seed mixture Association of American Dairy, Food, der restriction, and Government Inis moistened. and Drug Officials, and the United spectors will see that they are not Obtain Inoculated soil from a place of Agriculture. brought into the Territory through States Department where the samo kind of plants as th Definitions and standaids for canned the various ports. seed are growing, making sure that tomatoes, tomato procuct, chili roots have a vigorous develop-mn- t sauce and catsup, citrus fruits, cann- Onions Must lie Well Dried And Cur- the of nodules. Dry tho soil in the ed corn, and cacao products already ed llcforc Storing. shade and pulverise It. Scatter this have been made and published tentaOnions should be well ripened and over the moistened seed, using tively, in order to give all interested thoroughly cured In the field, In dry- dust from two to four quarts of dirt for persons an opportunity to become ac- ing sheds, or on slat trays before bushel of seel, mixing thoroughquainted with the definitions and to they are placed in storage, says the each ly until the seeds no longer stick tooffer any criticisms or suggestions for United States Department of Agriculgether. improvement. ture. Decay and deterioration reLiquid pure cultures are prepared these standards sult from the storage of iramaure, After adoption, by the Department of Agriculture will be referred to the Federal and soft, or "thick-neckeonions and and are mailed in limited quantities htate iooa omciais lor tneir guiu-jtro- m imperfect curing, bruising, or on application, not more than enough ance. The consumer Is benefited by other injurles caused by improper for 1 bushel of one kind of seed to the acceptance of a standard in food . metnods oi handling in harvesting any person. They are also sold by products, and the trade also is helped and drying. Complete direcprivate concerns. by the elimination of unfair competl When in good condition for stor- tions nre mailed with each bottle. tlon. age, onions are we'l cured, hard, free to from lose skins or mechanical inSurgeons agree that In cases of Does It Pay To Raise Hunts? juries caused by rough or careless Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the A questionnaire survey conducted handling. They should be stored in first treatment is most important. among 1,000 leading farmers and slatted onion crates or In shallow When an efficient antiseptic is applibreeders by .the United States Depart- slatted bins, and should be cooled to ed promptly there is no danger of ment of Agriculture indicates that a temperature of 32 to 30 degrees infection and the wound begins to about 7 per cent of the annual pro- as quickly as possible after they are heal at once. For uso on man or duction of farm live stock in the U. placed In storage. beast, Borozone is tho Ideal antisepS. consists of runts and undersized It is best that they be stored in tic and healing agents. Buy it now specimens of the various breeds and frost-proventilated cellars, in and be ready for an emergency. storage houses above Price 30c, COc nnd $1.20. classes. Farmers report that their Sold by e houses. In Ohio County Drug Co. annual Incomes from live stock would ground, or in m be increased an average 'of 13 per common storage houses adequate tm cent if runts could be eliminated. means of ventilation should be proBetter methods of feeding and breed- vided for the quick cooling of the FOR FLETCHER'S ing better stock, the use of purebred product and for maintaining a uni' registered sires, good care and sys- form temperature during the storing tematic attention, better housing and season. SONG LEADER CALLED sanitation, proper care of tho dam beFOR CREATING SCANDAL fore the birth of young, practical con- Paths Poultry Trael From Coop To Consumer trol of such objectionable parasites Bowling Green, Ky., Sopt. 23 as worms and lice, the control of There are three general ways ot disease and the culling from the farm selling poultry direct to tho con- Solemn harmony has given away to of all stunted btock which Indicates sumer, direct to the retailer, or to a discordant medley at tho Powell no possibilities of successful reforma- commission merchants for selling on Tent Revhal heio, insofar as the tion and rehabilitation are the con- the open market Soiling direct to!ovangelIstlc singer and his beautiful trol methods recommended by these the consumer Is bcllovd by poultry accompanist ara concerned. Late last night Henry E. Litchquarters of thorn say that It does not specialists of tho United States: Depay to raise runts, while the balance partment of Agriculture to be the field, who had been exhorting tho maintain that the Tom Thumbs of the most profitable mchod of disposing churchgoers to unusual musical efk goods, for. the charges forts, and Miss Jeddlo Mao Bristow, world can bo raised suc- of high-grad- e assistant, were arrested cessfully only when well bred nnd of tho middlemen are eliminated. when plenty of cheap feed is avail- Very often tho producer is situated at a hotel. Litchfield admitted to tho police able nnd dependable maikets are so that ho can build up a retail trade readily accessible. among tho families of a nulgbhorlug that he had been in Miss Bristow'a town or city, delivering' his goods room, adjoining his, at tho time i.Uo Federal Quarantine Ci'uuids Hawaii once or twice a week, or oftcuor if de- was wearing only her night clothing, Against Plant l'estn. sired. In this way ho can obtain a but insisted that ho regarded her(as A Federal quarantine to protect substantial increase over prices paid a sister. Litchfield was fined iu court today Hawaii against the entry of Injurious in the open market. Especially Is this plant pests, especially tho sugar- - true In the case of strictly fresh eggs. and the warrant against the girl was i Ilut-tciinl- lk ; Tin i'o Method- - Anilluhlo For Inoculating Alfalfa Farmers sowing alfalfa this fall In crops, such as bur clover or sweet clover, have not been grown before, will find it advisable to inoculate th0 soil with the propor kind of The samo Is bacteria. true of clover, peas, or any other The U. S. Department of legume. Agriculture snys there are three principal methods of inoculating soil by direct application of soil from a fiold known to have suitable bacteria, by pure culture inoculation, and by the glue method. For tho first, it Is well to apply at least 200 pounds of finely sifted inoculated soil per acre. This can bo done with the fertilizer attachment of the drill, or broadcasting by hand. Hroadcnstlng will require a larger quantity and should be done in tho pnrly morning or late evening t" The avoid exposure to sun's rnys. Hold should be immediately harrowTransferring ed after broadcasting. oil from any considerable instance Mlve aml lbJect t0 the dan ger of introducing troublesome weds, insects and plant diseases. An easier method of field soil inoculation which has met with Mirces, where only a small amount of inoculated .oil Is available is to coat tho , tl Eclated soil by means ,urnltur0 glue. q orfl resolve two handfuls of glue,, for ,. of bolng wntcV ,ow lhe solllMon t0 cool. the .see.l r W0B,ltlllj and thcn 8,irlnkie on h Q mo,s. nltro-gen-flxl- Beaver Dam, Ky HCRSEJNDUSTRY uTMi;wi.Ti7r.-7Yii':r,,iiviiMruaqi,- Activity is Tending to Increase flr&a 5 K21S2 B VuS Number of Thoroughbreds GMWJSI in the Country. Vlz&i. Now Cmt Uio United States Government Is seriously and practically Interested In the Important work of breeding more unci better" hor.scs, there ure. boine things iu this conSucceed when v'jaan M.rrhrJE: H'UJ K1 ca a & H niz.i mom R I m stands ready to Uie highest price, for, It is the kind of mule Uncle Sam'uant.s for his ami). The T) iiiodluiu-Mzcliur.o that the farmer knows and prizes for bis acthltj,, hardiness, and intelligence Is the artillery lion;, par uwellunce. The USQ n 3-rangy fellow, of bottom, "pet up" and good disposition, preuse either beferred for tween sliaftb or under saddle. Is bought by those wIiomj business it U to keep our cm airy supplied with the right kind of uiouutb. Thousands of bcrub horses are In annually raised United the Children It is thcbc unpmllUblu States. A Safe Old Fashioned tjpes that the Government, with the urloii3 organizations Remedy for Worms of tho horbo industry, alms to reSeventy. five yeanconlin-uouiui- e place by pure-breserviceable ones. i the best testimonial PREY'S VERMIFUGE The project emphatically does not can offer you. mean competition in tho matter of Keep a bottle nlvry on typeb. Take It In its relation to the hand. It will help keep S3 breeding ot draft hofbcs and mules. the little onca healthy (rn) Both these kinds of animals are and happy. SOcabotileBtrourdnircirt'tor most necessary; therefore, encourgeneral store; or li your deIeff agement nnd assistance for their can't upplyyou.iend hit name aad 30c in ttarona and tve'U breeders Is contemplated. The Govend you bottle promptly. ernment's thoroughbred stallions ure LtS. FREY. Wtinare. Hi. W being so placed tliut they do nut In rra.r. terfere. Meanwhile, many dealers in, and breeders and users of, mules are greatly interested In Uie io.sslbll!tlcs WILL YOU light, thoroughbred of well-breTAKE OUR mares to crcs with the Jack for the breedy "cotton mule" so much In demand through the South The scarcity of tills type of lllly or mare Is making itbclf felt in the Industry of A Traalman! breeding mules a scarcity which BaaQraaaHa: JZ for WEAK M Uie Government work within the next few years should materially reLUNGS or d I FOTl STOMACH THOUDLl; nection tli.it the farmer and breeder it inc ucst inidicinc ever sold fchould thoroughly uiiderbtaud. over a druggis 's counter. t Tliu coinmerchil mule tho fanner tiwaupj pay KIUNIL-YJ.IVERAN- everythinc tlsc faiir. f in ncrvoui p'ostratioa ut:d female caknesse ihcy arc the sunn.nr temeuy, ni tbou.ards have tcsufi J. s $ n si ' TTrwry)-.v.,cinimaLfii,.- Mothers well-brut- l, 3 d yermira e nfiL For die d m iWrz GERMINAL REMEDY lieve. kkbj sji of well-insulat- ed Next time anyone tolls you that "there is no money in horses", call his attention to the work In the Tennessee Valley, whero fnnncrp produce and to the colts as a things the Bureau of Animal Industry, hnB accomplished In Virginia. But first, one must begin with proper blood btock and breed up. And since thoroughbred stallions nre supplied by the Government, Kentucky fanners, if they have not thoroughbred mures, should Investigate the profit possibilities that this practically new industry opens up, and send their best fillies to tho thoroughbred studs which the Army Remount Assocla-to- n Is placing at various points throughout the state CONSUMPTION A quick relict lor tint tired, run down feellnc, coughs, pain In cbrtt. nlfht sweats, hemorrhages, weak lungs or consumption. If it does a; Ml help you il costa you noising. Lock box eio OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBun ex FOR.ONE MONTH USE LIV-VER-L- AX f " i For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE , cold-storag- Constipation, Fcclirlcht all tho time Don't lay off from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yoij on your feet, while relieving jour traubt le. Safer too, and easy to take; Don tako anything else. You can't alTor! it. 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J" EACLE MIKADO e8N PencUNo.174 a. rad ! for aaWM your uealer Made In K,o ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK ) 2VKSTIOS ANSWERED them. That In why tho highest mountains, oven In tropical countries, . GOVERNOR I'OIt A DAY WAS I'OPULA "DICK" HAWES urn niu v o How ninny cine unit iowm. lllfflmr an nvlatnr sniiwuniiimii. mnrn .. .. nirwnila Mm Dy U. S. Cotterlll. , thero In tho unltoil Status and wnrmy ci(,,j . , mURl , l0 Tle oarth, an (In Louisville Herald) many PomoKI(!W7 j,o contrary. Is more solid and On Saturday morning October 4, a - The Census Hiironu wiy that1 cannot he penetrated by the sun's capital of Kentucky wore Hi. iRiin. or 020 nr.ordinB lo on 1862, the a highly contradictory appearance ot ,hoW ere 2,7 7 ncorporale.l c tl military grlmness and holiday f eattvl-- j nt;d towns In tho tnylhtnto.mv.of the wero parndlng ty. Soldiers ,llK populations fl 8lrlko th rol)oum, stroets, tho State House was a bar. Then wero is, a tin tiicorptirniuu wero racks and the hills towns having loss thnn 2,500 popula(. Can man stand a greater de- - crownod with artillery. around of tho Many says tion The Postofflce Department greo of heat than other warm-bloo8 houses wero closed while their own- -; that on July 1. 1921. thoro wore Icd animals? In the United State. ers woro looking fearfully out from po'tofflcss A. Vol. Tho hot room of n Tu f- UUI11UU UdllCII Tll11'llO, UWll.., ..v..w q To settlo .1 dispute, can tno IrIi hath would kill a dog or a horso I.mI.Ih.I l.nMWn.l ... I tl (1 !! O flUldfc! llfOPfl' word "today" he written without tho In a few minutes, but many human decorated with bunting and In giila citizens on the iivtilun? beings can stand It for long periods dross. Somo of tho " limy never streets wero scowling but for tho most A Tho word even etjjoy it. The record In a hy- and part both men and women nppeared ho written correctly without the human being withstanding heat Is to bo In high good humor. Tho exphen. probably held by a Spaniard who, on Is It true that a horse rloso3 Juno 2G, 182G, spent flvo minutes In planation ot nil theso contradictions Q. was that Uraxton Uragg was In town Ills eyes when running away? an oven heated to 290 degrees FahA. A horse docs not closo his renheit, When hu camo out his pulso with a Confederate army and had eyes entirely when running away, but wns heating 200 times to tho min- Hawes to bo Inaugurated as Confednarrows them down until they ap- ute, but he was nono the worse for erate Governor of Kentucky. Hawes had been chosen by the propear to he closed. his experience. When wo consider Cj. What Is the largest comet that water bolls at 212 degrees this visional "executive council" as the successor of G. W. Johnson after that known? Is quite a feat. A tomperaturo of gallnnt soldier had been killed at Is tho of 1811 A. Tho comet 90 degress In tho shado makes most record, and was estlmnt- - peoplo listless, yet thoro are many Shiloli. Up to this time his activities greatest on d as govornor had been greatly ' ?d to he 1,250.000 nillos In diameter. men who work In a heat far greater. by tho fact of his being unable Is the exact plnce In the. q What Tho temperature of a stokehold of a people he governed. Ullilu hre tho word "girl" appears? steamship In tho tropics Is often over to approach tho -- The word "girl" appears In 100 degrcos. Men who attend blast Hut when In tho lato summer of 1SG2 A ot the thp third vorse of the third chapter fumlcos are exposed to even greater Uragg plannd his invasion state, tho senators and representaplural form "girls" of Joel, while tho heat. Those who work In (loop mines tives of Kentucky In tho Confederate appears In tho fifth vorso of tho hnv'o a hard lot. Usually tho Congress wrote to Jefferson Davis reeighth chapter of .nchnrlah. rises ono degreo for. every many Kentucklans as (j -- Do sea gulls -- drink fresh or 00 foot of depth, but thoro are excep- questing that as posslblo might accompany tho luvad-ln- g nit wattr? tional cases whoro It rises more raparmy and lend their Influence tov - Sen culls drink fresh water. idly. In the famous Comstock sil ward holding tho stato for the Conbuild their nests and ralno their i ver mines In Nevada tho temperature riu-federacy. Hawes had hla headquart,)e 0700-folevel registers 12G voting along the sea coast, hut there ters ut that tlmo in Chattanooga, but . . .1.- - ..1.1 pi nty of fresh watpr available for degrees. i 101 men ...lit. 1110 am wim native stato regularly. In he at once set out'for his tin-iInn work thero with tho promise from Uragg thnt It or female the shaft of another initio the tem(j -- Is it tho male tho Invasion should bo successful he mosquito that has the worst sting? perature Is 170. Hore men can only would be put in control of the civil A - Tho male of tho mospultn Is work for 10 minutes nt a shift. Some government. It was no doubt duo to ciititiiu to food on plant Jttlcot,; It Is countries are very hot. Onco at Mus- tho representations of tho Kenucky . ... .!.. .l...nn.1a ..n lilflll 1... m.tf n anll1 flint. .. V 111 " IVIIIiilU n. ii' v..." mi mi it.u Tl.uln.. o congressmen that so many Kentucky 11 annuals for it living. The sting mouieter recorded the extraordinary officers accompanied the army th.it we object to Is inlllcieu uy mo record of 1ST negroes, Huckner and Ureckenridgo and Presvr jboscK a One, nenueiiKo swom ton, with John Morgan riding fast on The IUst Ailverdhcmcnt. l.orni' only by the female, who is their heels. jHitoriotfly bloodthirsty. She pierces Meanwhile as Dragg's army made Tho boat advertisement any merthi fl'sh to a blood vossel and draws Legiscustom- - its way into tho Dluograss tho Mood therefrom until hor abdomen chant can have U a satisfied lature of Kentucky hurriedly transv.uu cuii r . xvi o .w irnnmr rrcommonu.iiiou 1' ilistrnded aimosi 10 iraraunn. ferred Its activities to Louisville and trary to popular belief, however, she j)e given an article than tho follow- - held its sessions thoro in September .,. ..,.n.n liralfi tintll death Inf liv H U. Milllll7ll. PjTOP.. GlliOll with in tho lines ot Buell's armies. llvos to enjoy many i)rl,B storo, Gulcn, Ark. "Wo have nds her fenst-bu- t Governor Itobinson had also felt con 'otlu-- r banquets at our expense The sold Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy strained to abandon his capital and iwinon of the bite Is the orfoct 01 a for years and have always found that so when tho Confederate army came m liquid which Is probably Injected to It glvos perfect satisfaction." to Frankfort there was no hostile -- ... Jiasiten tho flow of blood by thinning state government thero to feel emMOUNTAIN DKMOCItAT It presence. AT OWN PAKTY barrassed by Its 1'OKKS Q. Has tho Atlantic ocean ever Hawes and his cabinet made their (bom crossed on n raft? way to Kentucky from Chattanooga Domocrats In tho mountains aro Yes, the strange trip was made A. and on tho last day of September raft was used. few and far between. Only now and in 1SC7. A held a conference with General Bragg Thrco men accomplished the feat. then do we come across them, nestled at Danville. At this conference tho They left Now York and arrived at down In a valley far from tho "condetails of tho proposed inauguration Southampton, England 43 days lat- taminating" influence of "foreignwere taken up and tho date for tho er Tho adventurous trio wero per- ers" and Northerners and g. o. p. Installation of the governor was fixIn Laurel n few sonally greeted by Queen Victoria. gold. There aro 4. On the second of Mul-lanCounty and a correspondent who signs ed for October On of the number was Jeremlfh York himself "Ell" writes in the London October Bragg Issued the following who died recently In New general order from Lexington: 'Headcity. Many queer watr trips, In Sentinel Echo of having observed a quarters Army ot Kentucky, Lexings, of them In the stilts gathering ot which barrels, ton, October 2, 1862. Installation of and other devices have figured, have Court House thero recently. The to time. roll call showed that thirteen ot the tho provisional governor at Frankfort beep attempted from Unto to thirty precincts of the county were on Saturday October 4 at 12 p. m. Mosj ot them nro of little uso provided an represented, and commlttemen from MaJ. Gon. Smith Is charged with the science, but have merely management for the military and attractive means of satisfying the four others wero elected. "It was escort guard and salute. The govDemocrats travelers' appotltes for sensational reported," says Ell, "that ornor will bo escorted from his quarhad been seen In each of the remainpublicity. ters by1 a squadron of cavalry and acQ.Why do files hato blue color? ing thlrtoen prclncts since last companied by the commander of the except Whltaker, and, after A. The scientific world says that Confederate States forces, MaJ. Gen. flies detest anything. lrtjjo bluo paint different propositions wero discussed, Buckner Brig. Gon Preston and their hluo carpets, blue cov- pro and con, I suggested that the next blue curtains, Tho commanding respective staffs. erings, blue flowers etc. As In tho Democrat that died in Laurel Coungenerals will present tho governor to caso of tho human race, tho fly has ty bo taken down thero and burled, the people and transfer In behalf of a distinct tendency to bo aggravated so they would always have a repre- tho Confederate States tho civil order sentative there, but somo mean Demoby color surroundings. or soothed way of the stato and public records propQ. Is "13" an unlucky number? crat said that would bo tho only erty." A. Since tho days of tho ancients to keep him In such a plnco." Aftor Bragg and Hawes, with, tho cabinet unlucky by an Interesting description of the afit has been consWcred on Though certain cir- fair and a repetition of tho excuse ho of the latter, wont to Frankfort superstitious. It Is gavo his wife for. Getting homo lato, tho third nnd there the next day, accumstances might Indlcato that cording to program, tho Inauguration obIt really causes no more till winds up with tho following number. servations on tho Democratic meet- ceremonies wero gone thru with. bad luck than nny othor KIrby Smith had gathered nearly 20,-0has so grown ing: . Tho auporstltlon troops In tho little city and If NO. 1 OUSEIIVATION through tho ages, howovor, that wo can trust tho Yeomnn of that Thoro Is, apparently, Just as many modern hotels and office builddate the ceremonies woro "more Immuch ploasuro In Pursuit as Posings have no "13th" floor, or room posing than havo over heretofore session. that numbor being skipped In attended tho Installation ot a chlet OHSEVATION NO. 2. Thon tho scquonce of numbering. Hardly maglstrato of Kentucky." Somo Domocrats, ltko Repubtoo, some cities do not number nny wero the ceremonies completed, howand some WashingIovo liquor licans, linuqo with "13". But In ovor, when tho rumor was spread that don't. ton thoro fa a No. 1313 13th St., and IIuoH's army was advancing on tho a peoplo tho houso Is unlucky. Many town and both civil and military ofDespondency. will not sit down to dino where thero ficials set themselves to flight. aro 13 at a tabic This probably Says General Duke In his Uemlnls- apt Sufferers from Indigestion aro camo about bocauso of tho t)ld Nurse dscottraged and feel that conces: "Tho Inaugural ceremonies legend about tho banquet In Valhalla to becoino recovory Is not to bo hoped wore very nearly Interrupted by ruwhon Lokl onco Intituled, making 13 complote a greater mors of tho approach of somo ot tho gnosis, and Unldur was slain. Thoro for. No ono could mako troops, who wero moving In sttpor-stltlo- n mistake. Hundreds havo been per- federal is an orronoous Idea that the Supmanently cured by taking Chamber tho direction ot Frankfort, but no originated with tho Last altho nny- - actual Interference occurred, per when Christ and his 12 apostlps lain's Tablets and can now oat thoy cravo Theso tablets the doparturo of somo of tho wit11 Milne that woro Heated at tho table, nm Tho nv.v..n-- atrtin'Hwm tho stomach and enable nesses was greatly accelerated." It . lniicn nniariur i10 riiriaHanltv. vhhd. naturally. seems to have been the Intontlon of so dislike tho numbor that It it to porfoint Its functions Turks so nt both Bragg and Hawes to hold the lu i..w.cf nviintii'nii from their voca If you havo not tried thorn do stato definitely for the Confederacy 111 It Lnco. bulary. Tho Itallnns soldom uo and to enforco retreat was no part of and in Purls no houso boars that SwolUng of tho flesh caused by In- tliolr plans. Hnwos lu his Inaugural to numbor. It Is tho Kronen custom cold, fractures ot the addross had said that "the stato will flammation, employ "quartorzlomes." persons rebono, toothacho, neuralgia or rheu bo hold by the Confederate army, cost served to uko 14 at dinner matism can bo relieved by applying what It might." Bragg had written 'L .. .. sun Is so hot, whv iiallard's Snow IJnlment It should to Polk that same day that as soon Jit hniVor tho farther ono bo well rubbed in over tho part at as tho govornor was Installed, "I pro, It fected. Its great healing and peno pose to seek tho enemy." No search goes from the earth's surracof strange tratltiB power eases the pain, reduces was required. A. Tho reason for this Tho union newspapers, as was to be swelling and restores natural condiof Phenomenon Is that the rays 30c, 60o and ?1.20 per expected, waxed merry over the InPrlco lay- - tions. shlno plorce through tho upper bottlo. Sold by Ohio County Drug auguration ot Hawes and his speedy ot tho ntmospher. becauso this aln ors m departure afterward. The Louisville to Co. Wanket offers bo little resistance - .... .. re 'many . CALL ON US In fact, we 4.44t &c, I1T STOCK. f f.2.-C3- "o-rt.iy- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. ham-pore- ELANII DEEDS, MORTGAGES, have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "adv in THE If You rc -- . 1 wtr HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. 1 (1 Hartford Printing Company INCOnrORATED , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 22-fo- o, water-bicycle- 00 "lV - ... V AVUili FOLLOW UP THE EEL Democrat, under tho caption, "Late News from Frankfort," reported the Dr. Johannes Schmidt of Copenhainstallation as follows: "On Satur-Hn- v Bragg and fat Hum gen, who enjoys the reputation of belast General phrey Marshall regaled themselves ing the world's greatest authority and the community at Frankfort with on the eel, has arranged for a voyage to clear up the mysa speech apiece and then proceeded Hawes, ot Paris, teries about this elusive and suake-lik- e to Inaugurate Dick fish. Eels live in the mud and as governor of Kentucky." Comnews the editor unlike cold weather and for that reamenting on this same observed: "Tho rebels at Frankfort son are seldom found north or south inaugurated of latitude 64 degrees. Some assort on Saturday morning Dick Hawes as governor ot Kentuc that v.) en the weather turns cooler ky and then skedaddled him away they bury themselves lu the mud to from that place lu the evening. Rapid ( keep warm, while others maintain follows, those rebel politicians." Tho , that they migrate to warmer waeditor of the Journal remarked that ters; by reason of their shapa they -- , the new rebel governor of Kentucky swim very rapidly. EuropoMt eels are believed to pnsJ was only known as a series pf broad, summer near Newfoundland, to i the from Ken- come back to tho North sea for au"When Bragg retreated tucky, Hawes again set out on his tumn and to take a trip to the Azores tho malo3 travels and for the rest of the war for spawning, after which salmon. exercised his Jurisdiction at a dls-- ( Immediately die, like the enough the Union It Is to clear up theso points that Dr. tance. Curiously London for leaders in their reports to their gov- Schmidt will set out from inauguration at his long voyage on a former British ernment on tho by the Danlsn Frankfort display not the slightest minesweeper paid for feeing. Almost in- government. resentment or bad variably they speak of the Governor i as Dick Hawes and the tone of their allusions to him make us think that he must havo been personally well For Infants and Children liked by them all. As a matter of n fact Hawes had been a Years In Use For Over man In Kentucky before the outbAlways reak-of the war. He had been for the years a member of tho Kentucky Leg- Signature islature and had represented his district In Congress. In 1861, ho had been one of tho committee of six ap- SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. pointed by tho Kentucky Lglslaturo tor the hopeloss task of harmonizing I. S. FarrLs, Plaintiff. tho two parties for the neutrality of vs. Notice ot sale. Kentucky. During the war, when he ! C. H. White, Defendant. was not engaged In his civil duties as Governor ot Kentucky he was a' ma- L. L. Embry, Plaintiff. jor In tho Confedorato army serving vs. Notlco of sale, undsr J. S. Williams and tho Inimita- C. II. Whlto, Defendant. ble Humphrey Marshall. Thruout.thQ By virtue of a Judgment and orcourso of the war he continued to der of salt directed to mo as Special bo treated with great respect by tho Commissioner, Ohio Circuit Court, Confedorato officials both military In tho two nbovo styled actions now and civil. Wo have ono letter writ-- 1 ponding in tho Ohio Circuit Court and ton to him by Jof ferson, Davis prom- -' directing mo to soil the hereinafter o lilne reparation for the. plunder ot described property, first, for the tho Bank ot Columbus by Confed-- I of paying tho dobt, Interost and erate troops an act of which Hawes cost of tho plaintiff, I. S. Farris, dobt to tho Southern amounting to ?250.G5 with Intorost had complained president. thereon at tho rato ot C per cent per Aftor the war was over Hawes annum from the 1st day ot March, came qulotly back to his old homo 1921, until paid, Second, to pay tho lu Bourbon County, took up his old debt, lntorest and cost of tho plainltfo whore bo had left it off at tho be- tiff, L. L. Embry, dobt amounting to ginning ot tho war, entered politics $179.10 with Interest at the rato of was elocted comity Judge nnd spent G per cont per annum from March tho rest ot his lite In that employ- 3, 1921, until paid, nnd nil cost ot ment. this Balo, I will offer for salo at pub-li- e outcry to the highest nnd host bid-dat tho court houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, October FOR FLETCHER'S 3rd., 1921 (It being the first day of the regular term ot the Ohio Coun I had-Hawe- ty Court) at about the hour ot ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit, ot six months, the following described real estate lying and being in Ohio County, Kentucky nnd described as lot-loBeginning on a gum, corsurvey; Y. Hudson thence North 69 E. 61 poles to a. white oak in the D. V. Daugherty line; thence with said line N: 3 W. 28 poles to a black oak and 3 whlto oaks; thence S. 87 W. 68 poles to a. gum; thenco N. 10 W. 62 poles to a gum and chestnut in the Brownsvlllo road; thence W. GO poles to a stone; poles to a stone; thence S. 3 W. 12 thence S. 87 W. 6 poles to a stone; thence S. U E. 53 poles to a stone-ta small black po.k and wliUfftjak; thense S. 87 W. 12 poles to a, stone-opublic road; thence S. 26 E. 100 poles to a stone; thence S. 12 E. 4 poles to a stone; thence S. 32 E. 38 poles to a stone; thenco N. 71 E. 29 poles poles to a stono; thence N. 18 to the beginning, excluding two small parcels that havo been sold and deeded from tho above survy but yet containing 76 acrs, more or less. on a stone, No. 2. Beginning White's cornor to a three acre lot; thenco W. 3 8 poles to a stono on east side of public road; thenco with said road 36 i poles to a stono; thence E. 10 8 poles to a stona In M. L. Daugherty's line; thenco N. 25 W. 37 poles to a stone at beginning, containing ono acre and 135 poles, more or less. Being samo laud conveyed to Henry Whlto by Otis White and Bettlo Whlto, his wife, by deed dated August 26, 191S, and of record In deed book 58. pago 125, Ohio County Clerk's office, or a sufficiency thereof to pay tho plaintiffs' debts, Intorost nnd costs. The purchaser will bo required to exocuto bond Immediately aftor sale, with approved security, hearing lnper annum from dato torest at 6 until paid, and a Hon will bo retained on tho land sold to further secure tho payment of said bond. Said bond to havo tho force and effect of a Judgment. Given under my hand this tho 12th day of September, 1921. S. A. BRATCHEIt, S. O. C. C. Heavrln & Martin, Attys. No. 1 ner to tho J. o CASTOR fA 5-- well-know- rws 30 pur-pos- 5-- j or Ohildren Ory R CASTO 'A When you havo an nchey, stretchy feeling nnd you are dull.tlred and discouraged It Is a sign of approaching malaria or chills. You should act quickly to ward off an attack. Hor-bln- o offers you tho help you need. It destroys the malarial germ, drives out all Impurities and makes you fool blight, vigorous and cheerful. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug m , Company. t STORY OK TRIP TO WEST and the conning tower, also open duo ' tMl W- - H,n aec"ro,, a dou,),e nni1 zttitaamiSEri tTrrTC""" -- r' to the oxcesslve warmth horo Isat a lhr,?e ba,e " Millard getting a tn i homo run and triple. Johnson also , Mr?. Olevln Mudd, a graduate night, was th0 opinion expressed by got two doublos. Rogers and Mon-- j nurse o( Louisville, and daughter Rear Admiral H. (). Stlckney, "TWfirv 'hup visiting In the of tho Pacific fleet train. Ho roe for McIIonry, did some nice field j of Mr. Charlie Wlmsntt of Sunnydnle, an stupid lilundcrs iw wo nml with Mm stick !Uiinrn cot and whn win rnnrpil In thin rnnntv witnessed It from the dock of his ., "" .i. 11. -'" """ """ .i w"r" "" ..i., it ..two throo baggers, and Bryan got a. has just returned from a vacation flagship, tho cruiser Frederick, UOJy mo oilier any iwo wu- - single and a double V trip to Colorado and other points of moored nenrby. net it JvuRnutcfl who wera hero .it- Hnttory for Contra! City, Hill nnd intorest In tho wost, was good enough t KwAag-aourt- . wnlkcrt up to tho Re- AHSKMSM I JNT XOTICK Soder; for McIIonry, Parrot and to send us tho following brief acthe i Phelps. cta cornor and ;' of her count of the slght-scoln- g UrrsmMl, oiin nf them took a cigar aj Central City will play Princeton The time allotted by law for as nud ex- - Sunday, on the former's ground. &mr Tank from his mouth Our party had Its own special car sosHlng tho property of tho county Jj ttuwei, ".'Jrerit Ilchoniothl what a Princeton has defeatod Central City after leaving Chicago, which made for taxation begins July 1, and k Uirr bed." w two out of thrco games this season, possible more comfort and lolsuro closes October 31. Only a month and tho C. C. boys will go to tho than wo could have had with regular now remains In which you may get tile fnrnmnn of this shop, Is gamo this time with blood on their transportation. Our first Important your list In tho tax commissioner's Ve a Awnd lines Jlo bought a nen rar eyes and sand In their craws with a stop was at Denver. After looking offlco. Give tho matter your atten'i-i?K-- au.l I promised him a Unit determination to win. over that Interesting city, we drove tion at onco. would I or one of my deputies will ho at wfc.r vrv oilier day If ho rained to Lookout Mountain, where we saw attv yw riding, and It has HERE O.V EXTENDED visit thP grave of "lluffalo Illll" (William Heaver liam, Octo'ber 5, 6, nnd 7 for 1!WkT flvorv .day since ho bought tho Cody) the famous plainsman and the purpos0 o( assessing tho Heaver says ho at nil lis at . J .r IVwjfeiltwlif ...... gets upfir ilrvl Mr. Hoy Hlnes, a young mnn of Indian fighter. We also visited the Dam precincts. Please meet ua ..-.t u.eJ.,e..l ril tlMUd Roslne country, came to Hart Musoum of this famous character, promptly on one of these dntos-Your- s . VV.MI'. ji ra nruymg lur ii, iuu. respectfully, ford Monday and will mako an ex and lingered long over the Interesting PILLIS WARD, Tax Com'r. Worth Tich group of objects associated with his Htl crop tended visit with Jailer Vootc will bo a mighty light t enor. When Worth goes out of of romarkablc career. It Is located .tx'wl In Ohio county next year. I fice Junuary 1, Roy will be right In 7112 feet above soa level. CliIlAlt RUN. giving . iwf fcan.nl a lot of farmers the middle cf his visit, nnd will bavo From Colorado Springs we took tho m jitlr.JUtf, to the tax commissioner, The continued heavy rains Nat Hudson for host for another 70 cogwheel railroad trip to tho top of says his farm- . ajm vrY two of them have donc much damage to days, and goodness only knows how Pike's Peak. Standing at an elevanr. fmolfJiicnts are worn out, and are much longer. Ho will bo here at tion of 14,i09 feet, on a wind swept just housed. y uj ivrlh listing. And 1 sco now Thanksgiving nnd Christmas and, waste of rock, where the hardiest In- A wee little MI33 made her apSunday school attendance is maybe, when tho roses bloom again. vr sect has never dared to climb nor pearance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ! a.l.Wf-off- ; It's because tho people Indeed, unless he coughs up a quanarctic moss to grow, we looked out Diamond Miller Monday. n nJl out of clotli'es. Tho family tity of cash he wfll bo Hudson's upon a scene of barren desolation Mr. and Mrs. Joe Park gavo a din.jiiilP sipparel listed by the average guest through most of his four-yeMade-to-Measu- re that awed ratlior than charmed the ner .Monday In honor of their daughjr.yovwr vould not fit up a slnglo term. eye. It was a sort of looking down ter. Ethel Lake, who celebrated her r j ; bur nf the family to attend a birthday. Mrs? Lake waa the ro- Roy's visit all comes of his looking from the top of tho world j.;-- " jurt. Doscending from tho Peak we took indent of many beautiful and usoful for easy money. Instead of scattering sunshine, which Is a great virtue, a fifty mile drive through canyon presents. ""- Tflorgantown Republican ad- Mr. Hud Crowe and son, Herman, Roy scattered moonshine, which Is a and over mountains to the Cave " that it will accept sorghum great vice, for which he was haled i the Winds, and on to the Garden have purchased the Jetee Chapman may be ordered here at the Best Prices in the couna tin subset iptlon accounts farm. ' V' 2j'i line sorghum, but If any of beforn the circuit court. He was un the Gods. My hand is paUied to try! . They range from $25.00 to $G0.00, but no mutMr. Lennle Hnrtlett has sold his der nine indictments, five of which this mlraclo of sculpture the 'ftHnij'iejits wants to pay us In were tried Monday, and in case after in ter which price you decide to pay, you get for that hand of nature has wrought In incom- property, at Union Grove the mail it "will be no trouble for carrier, Everett Chapman. enso a jury hi ought in a verdict of parable beauty and price the best bit of pure wool fabric it is possible to ...j.v t strike a bargain. A protracted meeting will begin so many dollars and so mnn days In splendor, lire wind and flood and get for the money plus the finest of workmanship and jail until the total was ?G00 In fines frost have for millions of years been at Clear Run church Monday uiijht. " "utK Sliuriff Prank Tlchenor has- and 1G0 days In jail. If he elects to carving natural wonders that charm Services will be conducted by the pas the smartest of style. psychology In making hlni- pa: the fines in Jail at a dollar a day visitors from the very onds of the tor. Rv. Albert Maddox of Hc.ier :r minting officer, just now he will regain his liberty In the earth. Dam. We also have a splendid line of Ready-to-We- ar & sastom of the Illicit dUtil- t --.. neighborhood of Christmas V)2?. Thon we are off for a clfmb up in stock, ranging in prices from $15.00 to $35.00. nnot un slight provocation. i" H Cheyenne Canyon to Seven Falls, to NOTICE TO TAX-PAYER- S ' r 'u iot haspiocured a Mexican hat, If you'll honor us with a call, we'll do our best to KXPKXSIVB HOG KKKD f the spot where that charming writer, vj nvin i'. t mi. uiiii i.. .i.. . Preparing a too expensive hog feed Helen Hunt Jackson selected for her I, or one of my deputies will prove it. J aws. and now presents such a ti brought a fine of $250 and a ten- - j sepuleher, after which we stopped at the following places on the fol- appearance that i ' .r , uid liandlt-llk- e day Jail sentence to Tom Faught, col- sights of '.v iwDshlner will surrender In-- who lives somewhere between Roslne over for the I was beautiful Salt bin ins: dates for the purpie of about to forget meet mo lit S Exclusive-Right- s Iake City. Oh, rtliis t.ie. Ph-jito Sell Taylor-Mad- e j&nless he falls dead from ard Oluton. 1hr nels;hiors ssent-- d to mention our visit to 'Old Faithful', the place, mentioned below: Tom's hog fed and surmised h th wonderful geyser that at periodic AKTNAVILLi:, Monda,. . Oct. :t moonshine, and intervals spurts water to a height of IH'RUKRT, Tuesday . . . . . .Oct. i ' naps the attorneys can't fool was stirring it off toRratcher. The a Sheriff lotifled hundred feet. We saw this won-d- SIIHKYK, Thursday, . . . .Oct. Slack on a point of law, hut iwent out to Tom's place and by moonlight, and 1 shall never FOP.DSYILLi:, Saturday . . . Oct. in! one over on him In the sheriff iit found a number of barrels of corn former the wonderfully lovely spny CKX'i'KRTOWX, Monday . Oct. :t ' day. . The Judge was work- meal mah and arrested the mash- - high in tho that turned to bur- MATAXZAS, Monday .. . . . Oct. :s! T3 Jtt aitmraeys rather late Satur- - n.. n.t .. nliiFitn ftf t11avilW fltatttllnfv nished silver air tho soft moonlight. in KROXOS, Tuesday .Oct. f is? it vrnoonrwhen they caugnt aim 'nuor. Tom insisted that he was . .Oct. In passing through the Yellow iCKRALVO, Wednesday .i 'irs Knard and ran the courthouse, curing the meal for hog feed, but I,ark we Saturday Oct. H ESBB323E2K3 i v-.i fj-- an hour. Reminded by ono when asked how much sugar he was Stone tho hotels,llseu the tentsrathor jKCHOLS, Monday and we all enjoyed IIKKLIX, Oct. 10 than . . Lin iri.M 4lit It iia fil Inn ,..lrr ad- - 'roughing it," and night and morn- - HCrORI), Tuesday putting to the barrel unwittingly ,. . .. Oct. 11 v . tVIUIiiill liO UUU()V kktl v. Uf Kl nuw miited that ho was using ten pounds, ing we kept our fires burning, for, HKLI.S Rl'X, AVedncsday . . .Oct. Ji! . 'SKia. sua, in a surprised sort of man-- thought the feed too ex- -' here it is always cool at night. Our TAFFY, Thur.sday j Oct.ii:t that it was later than The sheriff low priced hogs, and vit pensive for paity was just like one big family j.MAGAX, Tuesday, Oct.il thought It was, and declared ii'isYi the charge of moonshinlng. and we each brought back many de- -i RALPH, Monday Oct. 10 I'd name th0 "w.r- - niijtmraed. TICHENOR-LEAC- H arraigned before the court Tom llghtful memories of soch'l contact as t ROSIXK, .Saturday Oct. 29 ran up the clock but I'm When forewent the hog feed defense and well as of nature's rare and Imposing ARNOLD, Monday Oct. 17 rAt73l ilie Judge would fine him for accepted penalty above mentioned. spectacles, that we shall not soon for- 1JAIZETOWN, Tuesday a. Successors to & Jnrnngln in. Oct. 18 . nnnunng with the machinery of jus- No distilling outfit was found on get. SELECT, Tuesday p. in Oct. 18 Dealer in Tom's premises, but the officers alCROMWELL, AVednesday ...Oct. II) lege a Daviess county manufacturer PRENTISS, Friday Oct. 21 WOMAN'S CLUIl MKKTIXG. Xr Jndge Slack doesn't make duel brought up his machinery and stirred TAYOR .MIXES, Saturday . . .Oct. 22 vrui proper apologies he stands to oft for Tom at periodical Intervals. Ort. 22 Tho Hartford Woman's Club held McIIKXRY, Saturday wo Democratic votes In this t Its initial meeting of the new sea- HORSE HRANCH, Monday . .Oct. 17 a friend One day last week PAItKXT-TKACHE- R MEETING It) son at tho homo of Mr3. J. S. Glenn, NARROWS, Wednesday ....Oct. iir.iTSooTt to introduce the Judge to Tho Beaver Dam Parent-Teach- er Oct. 21 Satuiday afternoon, An lntorestlmr DUNDEE, Monday he '1 s.,if "Tommy .Bean, and before Tuesday association had Its first open meetlnp Oct. 18 jhjdk all the name the Judge re- - A.'dner.day evening last week. A jnd instructive literary program was Oluton, AVednesday Oct. 20 The club will not follow WYSOX, ; ar rondered. Ai. "on, l Know jo0 inoraasira ' good program was offered, consisting 2(1 ROCKPORT. Wednesday . . . GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. av. ran "Uncle" Tommy and "Un of music, and reading by pupils of any special course this season and P.EAVHR RAM, Thursday . . .Oct. .Oct. 27 as wet hens. herefore the programs will be bns-e- d i ir& are both mad S1MMOXS, Satutdny the graded and high schools. In the Oct. 8 X on various" subjects. Main Street. HARTFORD, KY. Mrs. II. of tho president, REXDER, Saturday Oct. 20 courts, absence The next meeting will be held .'.oE't Hue to criticise the Rummage presided. Plans for the v S. A. Eratcher, S. O. C. with Mis. Rowan Holbrook SaturA tliey keep up these drastic s?j- woik of tho association were day afternoon. tho botleg- - future i- v ref. fi.i piiulshln started, after which adjournment e . is gOiiu; to make it mighty was had The next meeting will be WASHINGTON. ' a.r lor a decent gentleman to get a held the first Vednesday in October. The Zeta group of tho Joffersonlan -- Miss Flosslo Shown celebrated her Literary Society gavo an unusually 15th birthday at her home Sunday.) EASTMAX KODAKS WATERMAN FOUNTAIN TENS XOTICK interesting entertainment Friday af- Tho dinner guests were: Misses Gola " i Roliertson, ut al., Each number showed Trogden, Mamie Travis, and Mr. Holternoon. - d Notice, originality and interest on the part land Greep and Mr. Arnold Creep, of Run i rn Law Election In Pond of tho performer. These meetings. Cleaton; and Mr. Oscar Ballard. vMns Precinct, No. 37. nrs held each Friday afternoon etJ Miss Yersa Newconi was a mestt .TMinilt to a judgment rendeicd 2:30. Visitors arQ welpomo to attend of Misses Geneva and Yancyiu.ia v if- Ohio County Court, at Us . .. o.,4 10Q1 imMpf) l. Travis Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Gola Crabtree and Mr. A. J. regu, WEIGHT REPORTED Funk spent Sunday afternoon with ' t S21, same being tho open- -Miss Adelia Hicks. eUou day, a poll will be '' . ir tho purposo of ascertaining YouiiK V.'oman Only Wolslicd 7(1 vW vl tho legal voters residing Ol'EN TORPEDO DOOR Pounds Now V'elfhs Over 100 'i-i- l Run Voting Precinct No. ?7. In order to take care of increasing business we are forced to seek larger CAUSES SUB SINKING And is Gaining Kery Day. v s .jk following question: "Are "Before I began taking Tunlac 1 quarters. ;a tvor of making It unlawful onlv wmchcil C nnunds. I now weigh Los Angeles, Sept 27. Opening of or any speclea thereof to,over one hundre(l an(1 am fining ev-a- v an inner torpedo door whllo the out A3 soon as completed, we will occupy the Barrass Building.next door to large on the public hlghwuvs ojly (nv .. ga((, Mgg LaRll0 I)avIgp ot board shiutor was opened and failthe post office. ,ninelose.d landu of Pond Hun chg tlul00Klli Tenn. ure of an Interlocking device to op i it JTeeliiot. No. 37?" ..j umlg!lt my (irfit bottle of Tan- - perate caused mo sinKiug iat nigm Our new stdre will be furnished throughout with modern fixtures. No ex, it n0i0ll of the navy submarine 6 with loss ven nnder my hand, this Oth day , tG clt , , pense will be spared to make it the most complete and te uiemtier, 1021. drug store in me so much that I continued using it of two lives In San Iedro harbor. It V. G. r.LANlCENSHlP. 1 ut fleet have alwnyi been very delicate and was officially announced western Kentucky, and we assure you that our present standard of quality and 'Cleik Ohio Co. Court suffered a groat dcul from stomach heudrjuurtors today. -- & . -, Pedro, was service will be maintained. J. E, Droffoyln of San trouble anil rhoumatlam. I rarely CKNTKAL CITY V.V;KNRY pver h,a .,n. appetlta an,i simply drowned when thrown from the con- City ball eoui,i ot rollah anything I fell off inltiK tower of the hlnkluB submarine and Central ground until I only weighed 7G pounds and land Frank O. Sp.iuliburis, of Rower worn on the former' 'if v nnthfj myout Sunday, and Cen-.w- a o thin I looked perfectly awful Lako, N. D was trapped In tho craft, lloth were seamen on ity ou on a score of 0 to 4. A Tum U the condition I was In when I k - nrod liatlisred despite the tho R-Uklni? Tunlnc. Admiral E. W. Eberle, n ' . '. r.ble woHther to wltiiMB the oh. I fenl so difforent now. Even "The Nyal Store" of the Pacific float, uu was. rewurdoil by fine o- -. my complexion Is Improved. My ap- "i inn. of sport. On the previous petite U good und I oun hardly get will return aboard the U. S, S. Now Tanlac Is simply Mo.xlco tomorrow from San DIogo .: Jir f'untial City on Its home enough to est. lumth tuiil taken u gume from the grand, and I can truthfully say It is and lnuugiirute a court of Inquiry. uoya aJtsr making the fight tho only inedlalne that over has donc TJie binklng occurred whllo the R6 "W WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES EVERSHARl' PENCILS wns nioorod with eight other subllsos to do it, and that fact me any good. it their Is sold In Hartford by Dr.' marines to tho mother ship Camden. itiTtirejt to tho gamo. Tanluc jaifr idiied That tho sinking was accelerated by ttia leamrcoT tliu gumo' was tho lj. n. Ilenn and by all loading overywhero. Inrush of water thru opened vents Advertisement. and hltliig of Hill of Cen-gls- ts 23tD5 uODDLY STRUNG rinlpo ' com-mund- er V. rt3 " 4'jrii5 -.- """'" ""tho -- 'e ar Men's Clothes v 3 be awo-inspirl- t t . -- 1 Clothes . er : cj Carson l Co. Hartford, Kentucky. (EL i -t- ,' ,,.., pre-Ifeir- hu MOTOR CO. -- -- -- Automobiles and Accessories ! I y I -- -- - :::v.:sraronTn; wonderful gain in We- - Will S otm Be Moving! e j R-- up-to-da- ,.- 'V:nr ed -- Beaver Dam Drug Company Beaver Dam Ky. 6. . . .n-nr- ; drug-"jdJlJi- !?