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The Hartford republican: October 7, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921100701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 7, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartf Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV BRUTAL ASSAULT ON EPUBLICAN Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 15 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1921. Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, nccoant of Its purpose to mako somo Ho, with his J1I ROAD I'BO.lEi T IS v.orktrain strikes woman oyoslBht. festive i . m: clu.i.Kos In the usual numinl con- ADUITI8NAL NATIONS NOW NEARIV1 completion' death lanm. w re reared near Sill lirmhor. J tracts. Deforo a keeper Is contractllihur Springs. Squlro King was for I ' mnrlv n oltlzpn of 01 arson county. ATTEND CONFERENCE Tim must Ji.h. Jane Stewart wiw struck anil ed with, which will occur some time nubile 811V AGED WOMAN yoarsi tcrprlse over undertaken In 0hl0 probalfly fatally Injured, by a work-ng- o In next month, the court will send an hut camo to Ohio county many nnd lived near Dundee. Ho has county was tho construdlion of tliftitiaia at nonlno Monday morning. or.gln.cor out to tho county farm to do s, 3om surveying, and the contract with a wife nnd children, nil of whom nro r(m, loading from Ueda to Intersect M.--j 3lewort was crossing tho But Will Not Have Voice In Husband Witnesses Outrage living. He and lite wlfo the Daviess 'county lino at Pleasant road track Just above thctown when the keeper will bo mado with referstill ence to tho land to be cultivated nnd Question Of Arms separated sovornl years .ago, after nidge. In company with the numbers a worktrain pushing threo flats in And Is Terribly Beaten which ho "batched" until three yean 0f the fiscal court wo drove over this front of It struck her, InHlctlng se- tho work to bo done. Limitations. For Resisting, ago when, yielding tp tho Infirmity of rad Wednesday afternoon, and vb rious if not fatal injuries. One foot SCHOOL BOARD MEETING mo lin P'rntiin iivor the llilU to the irom. ulnnclncrlv iimrlit1 (n flnrl n A. in cut off Just above tho ankle and -" " """ "" " years- - piece of road construction work, not she also received cuts and bruises poorhnuHO." Ho Is eighty-fiv- e Washington, Oct. 4. Three addi- yet, howoer, completed, that would about her head and body, nmj ms WBn ni his llfo an Tho county board of education If tho story of Woes Hnll ana- nu tional nntlons Belgium. Holland and e, couplo llv'tu; it D"- -j ,iUstrlous Mi 3. Stewart, widow ot the late met Monday, with all tho mombora cltlzon. do honor to the moit advanced ses-dennd harmless v.fe, an nged Is worthy of credit a rrlnio moro ocori.0 Kennedy recently came to tloii of the state, tirades have been Iieiny Stowart, and "3 years old, presenj except Claude Itenfrow. The Portugal were Invited by the Unitlevoltlng than tho ono which result- - ti,0 aim9h0use from the Cool Springs cut down, hills cut around land the was crossing tho track when she fail- business transacted was the allow- ed States government today to partione of ed to see tho approaching train or to ance of routine claims, authorizing cipate In tho discussion of Pacific and d In the hanging of two mm In Lo- - community, na did Mrs. Tldmer, and roadbed widened promising years ago, was com- - wp navc i ttt.Iu information about tho most modorn highway of thd hear the warning shouts of mon in tho Superintendent to mail checks to Far Eastern questions In connection Kit n county a few with the armament conference. Almlttod In bhlo county, near Magan, Lnuor 0f them. istate. We wcro informed by mem- - the flat cars, and was knocked down tho teachers for the first months pay most colncidently it was made known cars, and the election of a successor to W. Monday morning. -t oat an onrjy hour hers of tho fiscal court that for this and run over by ono oi tno member of the by high administration officials tint division of road from lloda to Pleas- - When the train 'stopped she wap H. Hill, resigned 'The story as rolntcd by Hall and BIRTHDAY DINNER th United States does not antlclpato ! confirmed, at, , his wlfo and partially ant HJdge the county was required found sitting up under one of tho board. Otis Stevens ot Heaver Dam, inter-allie- d debts at . S19.000 Icai.- - :nd when tnken out wai so un- - was elected to tho vacancy. Mrs. consideration of least, by terrible cms nnu onus on to contribute only about chl,.,ren ot Mr8. j. 0, Mitchell the conference. In- - Will Reed of Horse Branch, who will wlfo, Is about f o,mje.f both tho man and his their mother a sur- - and the remainder of the cot of con- - conscious of tho extent of her The formal Invitations to the threo Springs soon, resignow wum move to ;i luuuwi. wn Biniciion was nnui mr y uiu niuiti i juritfc uiui tuu luaiaicu " . . .. asinine tno walk home. Physicians were called ed from Dawson but tho matter of additional nations were forwarded t t,iu- - tirUn h rthiWiv illnnnr SuniMV. It tho board, Hall una nit wne mni iiuuu rs, Mitchell's Clj.nnd that tho 3tate wuulu th(j occaBon of ampu-tstio- .i electing her successor was deferred late in the day to the respective CapiIntf tnelr son, Ernest Hall, at Owens- - )lrtl0-aV- f A. i)0ttntlful dinner was 'upkeep of the road when built. This and her wounds dressed, aftor tols and were extended after corresto a subsequent meeting. of one ot her feet, but on boro, and joung Hull and his wife lg)re(j 'an(1 u doIlRhtful day spent by section of rond will have been com-wei- o pondence between Secretary Hughe3, oe reluming with them Sunday nogtcss amj gUBSts. Those present pluted before winter weather set In of the seriousness of her inacting tnr President Harding, and age her red jures and her advanced DEATH AT HKAVEH DAM: night, and that when botwoen Mngan were. Mf8 zon MUIor( jjrs. Mitch-- , If we should have a favorable full. the four principal powers originally ... .... j,rothcrs. J. W.lmorous teams and inert1 are now om- - covery is rognrded as doubtful. Dundee the decrepit horse thoy ' Miss Lorene Maddos, young daugh- Invited to send representatives to tho points and wnro driving jaueu ana was nanIoi( s. 'n Daniel and Robert Da- - jiloyeu at uncompleted to null tho loed up a 1:111 and some k,; Jipr chldroIli Mr an(l A,rs j, K they are making tine progressrWlth MOP.K DEMOCRATIC EVIDENCE ter of Rev. Albert Maddox of Beave'r conference. The important interests Dam, died Wednesday, after a long of each of the three nations in tho young men out fox hunting assisted Mlchplit Mr. aml Mrs. A. I Hoswoll. this work done and the state assum . , fever. Funeral Far East lod to the extension of tho Commenting on tho action ot Judga Ulnojh of typohld them to m:ko tlir- hill. When on to-- M ing the upkeep ot tho road, the re. Wnyno Hoswcll, Mr. nnd nag fagged ...it Attorney services were conducted by Re. C. C. invitations. tho llcaham hill the an1 Mfg (, (, K,ng n1, John Mitch- - sources of the county may now be Slack and Commonwealths China was invited to participate In nnd the lulls took uholter from the a)g(5 fourte(,u Krandchlllrcn wero turned to other Important roads of Smith in transferiag a noted murder Davej Thursday, after, which burial coun was In West Providence cemetery. the Pacific and Far Eastern discusrain in the jonn i.anntuniiuii!.e,wau:ii roeent aml Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ken- - the county, and within a few years caso from t.:o ur.vies circim sions when the first invitations woro was empty, Iite In tno nigm, or ffow tlio principal roads of the county may for trial in Hancock county the Han issued, and acceptance by Belgium, newsSISTERS SENT TO ASYLUM. the' morning, a mini- r.itlier early In cock Clarion, A Democratic he put In excellent order. . Holland and Portugal, 'which Is t'e- &- paper published at Hawosville, paid bcr of men who wore said to be TDK COXSOMDATKD SCHOOIi .UILImi nnnrnnnhnrl thU TimiSO Hllfl Lglie Haynes, 61, and Dee Haynes, garded here as assured, will mean worthy ofthis fine tribute to these IN COUNTY COUUT court that nine nations will sit together 55, ware before the county at onco became disorderly. Alarm- -' ' Oh o county Is Just entering upon ficials In its Ustie of Nov. 1, l&lfir his wife ran ed, the youugtr Hall and "Three years ago when the electors Wednosday for a lunacy inquiry. The when such discussions are entered InThe will ot J. B. Bradshaw, de"1 perienco w th the onso to. Tho question of armament 11ml- -t and hid In the woods. from ceased, of Centertown, was present of this dhtrlct elected It. W. Slack afflicted sisters, helpleiH through ot lh c,? ! ho"1 tlon, however, will be dlscused only escape" of the younger the county court Monday, proven bj circuit Juc'ige and'C. E. Smith com life, presented a painful spectacle tc by the five major powers. ';"h- - ,al G,r0,ve taught at ed inattesting witnesses, John Koiie, monwealth's attorney we felt like tho visitors to the , of the mon. according to They the school is the wo-- i Hall and his wlfo Debts Not Considered. C. T. S. Overton, they had made an "awful jiilstake." i had been from infancy mental defecJqhn 0erton and Cromwo 1. with Prof I S Mason man. and whin the husband, who I, The attitude of the administration Slmp-- ., and admitted to record. The dece- Wc were thon narrow enough to be tives, but until recently had been years old and nearly Prlnclpa . and Misses Alma nearly eighty ,.. rejal lieve that nobody could handle, or cared for by another sister, and were with relation to discuslon of the Inproperty, ..,..,,... Ron and Lonn Adams assistants. T.irer dent willed all his ... ieili, ICBISll'U llin nuu. ,.. pupils and personal, to lilt, wife, Mary perform so well tho duties of Judge a charge on the state. The" sistor terallied debts was developed In conwagons brfnglng twenty-fiv-e ment, one of the men sat upon him ot or commonwealth's attorney as Judge dvlng recently It became necessary to nection w'th recentlr-publlsh'- d pu- - E event-flv- e Brad'haw, v'th full ench, convty tho with n fox horn and beat him un Rlngo had dono make other arrangements for. care la London that the British ot the former Graham and Oak use nnd sale during her lifetime, and Birkhead and Mr. ii 'l'lls ncifuly, "lt ? if any, .nd could do. Our good opinion oi of the unfortunates, and they were would welcome consideration of loan , 'Grove dUtrlcts to Cromwell each at her death the remainder o mattor3 at the Washington meeting. fo his d.u.gimr, M.nle these men has not been iqered in brought before Judge Cook Wednesd "'".I morning and return for thoin 1 the later his :"': - vuncc. and his grand- - the least, but late happenings have day and ordered to the asylum. The Officials here were represented a3 to hour tor clcBlg school in the after1. The will provid caused us to see that these two offi- older of the sisters 13 unable to feed taking the view that the conterenco aKonB were bulli for son, Melvln Vance. ., ,..nu ., "V n.cni,i with n oii.h by two men herself, and requires the constant at- should be limited to matters which "urpose for which tb.y ed that John Overton and C. T. g. cers have been succeeded Hy o'ne of tho men and some ugly;"" WM qualified to perform their re- tendance ot an assistant. might involve differences of a nature and cost about Overton should perform tho offjeeof well ro Ih'!B ti'-mm .scars on hor head and face resulted likely to lead to armed conflict. Tie Melvln spective duties and possess moral wagons as well as the trustues for the devisee. DEATH FOLLOWS OPERATION question ot 'lnter-allle- d Young Hall and his wife came on each. Tho debts is aot dally transportation, which Is Vance, pending hi3 majority; tho courages sufficient to guarantee Jusand after daylight got a cost of to Dundee considered by officials here la that wagon aro paid for minor being at the date of the will. tice to all." each Mrs.-JohKnight, who recently un- category. horse and wont back and brought the $2.25 for , June 10, 1920, eighteen years of " ?" derwent an operation for appendicitis couple to Dundee, where a doctor - "'.or old COUNTY SCIIOOIj FAIR . namo.l The further statement was mado age. he district -n , dressed their wounds, which are very TO BE HELD OCTODEIt 21 In a Louisville hospital, died In that that the American delegation at tho .,U lU, Cromwell dlstrl city Tuesday and her remains were forthcoming conference, lacking conMrs. Hall Is a very old wo,- - "'iN of Borlous. providing' that a codicil to his will, to fcchunl man and an Invalid, requiring holp school fair, with an attendenco brought to her home near Cool gressional authority, could not agroo A This . .cm of consolidate' schools Ms daughter, Manle Vance and grandSprings for burial Wednesday. Mrs. to such consideration to get In or out'of tho wagon iurwhich of the debt Inherit fronv every district in tho county, obtain? Hi ' lost of the statos no-- 1; of son, Melvln Vance should they traveled. October 21. Knight was an estimable lady, and question, oven if it was desired that and J.I10 experiment should ho share nliko in any .remainder result- will be held at Hartford A son of the Halls came to Hartford in. has a large number of friends and it should bo undortaken. The adminof. ing at'tho time of the death of his The exercises will consist of mental by paronts Tuesday and sworo out writs for karefully watched ' ' tests -- in numerous variations, and relatives to mourn her death. istration's desire thaj. s'cho.l dilUlren hf this coun'y, and widow. Lesllo ijolm and Alva Evans, chargprolegislation bo onr.cted' In advance ot tho system Tho will ot R. K. Bean, de ceas- games and trials of skill. Tho If It piots effective peoCELEBRATE fiOLDEN ing them with asenult on tho old ba3 should be extended throughout the ed, was also probated and admitted gram has not yot been announced, but WEDDING ANNIVERSARY the conference, it was said, Was ple, with Intent to kill., ed on practical matters and not on ctAintr 'ihc consolidated school of- to record. The will was dated provision will be made by the pro; y t anxiety wiat the dobt question might fers many 'advantages over the dis- August 2. 1921, and attested by gram committee to make the entire ANDERSON'S U.RNmRNS On Sunday, October 2, Mr. and "chief ot which aro the Mak Mm tin and H. C. Acton. The, day interesting for both tho pupils Mrs.' Shannon Daughrty of near Flint arise to Isturb harmony among tho trict school, and visitors. The chief feature will Spring3, celebrated thlr GOth wed- conferees. Thoso Hartford folks who go oarly higher efficiency and the grading of tsstntor willed to his son, Dewey, a The invitations to the thre' adHenry, a bo a t.pefii delivered by Georga Col-vl- ding anniversary. Their daughter, to. bod were rouated out about 9:30 the studios. It Is a apcchlWod schooK horse, to his son. William state superintendent of schools. ditional nations vt aetompan" ! by Instoad of a crary quilt affair as tho horse and to his daughter, Mattio Saturday' night by shouts of fire anil Jane Daugherty, was 41 years old, Mr Col. in U one of tin .ur.myr.t the toutatlve sugKcUons as t tho that unmistakable signal. Infringing district B'luol must of necessiiv be. Lou, $100 available for her use at and most convincing - speakers in on that day. . Miifcuuco prograp insofar as '' reTheho consolidated schools may bo 21 years of age. The remainder of Au- -, A splendid dinner was served to of tho courthouso boll. Carl Kentucky, nnd his spoech alone will quesDiscov- organized through tho agency- - of the his proporty goes to hits wife, Ida dorson's barn was burning. about fifty guest3, In that good old lates to Pacific nnd Far Eaitern laogi'r ; executor bo sufllclont reward for an attend- "Kentucky way", and a happy tlmo tions, -- ad were county school board and complains Bean, who Is nominated ery of the flro wes made too lato to ance at tho fair. ' grof. Green, who Belgium reads as folThe onlv without bond. save any of tho contents of the build- with Its provij.ons. was spent by nil. Rev. T. T. Moore That sent to , of patrons ot tho proposed James . Fuqua qualified as admin is well known here, is also expected of Morgantovn was present and gave lows: ing except a cow that was turned out people. Mi'Nsnjm To Belgium. wf.gon "chords Is that the xllstrlot re- istrator of tho ustato of, J. W. Brad- to bo present and address the of its stall. A now Ford automoa splendid talk In the afternoon. Rev. Altogether It will be a' pleasurablo "The Invitation of the President of Shields, pastor of tho Baptist bile and a quantity of now pea hay quiring tiaspjriiion for Its pupMs ley, decoased, and entered Into bond day and the attend- Birch governments a and profitablo me;t In tho sum of $1000, with G. E. church, was also present and dis- the United Statts to tho and somo corn constituted tho loss, snrll vote a iK.di'cate ,tax to enco should be worthy of the enterof France, Great Britain, Italy and as surety. tho .cost ot wagons 4.and expense of Tho loss In addition to tho building. missed the assembly with prayer. ' Japan to seed representatives to a Mrs. H. Jr Roach qualified as ad tainment. was about ?100, largely covered by teams. f ooufereuce to bo held in the city of School patrons of the Matanzas ministratrix of tho estate of H. rf MISS SHULTS MARRIED Tho flro is supposed to insurance. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Warhlngton on Novembr 11, 1921, have originated from spontaneous countiy aTe proposing an organiza- Roach, deceased, and 11terod Into TO BE ELECTED Intelligence has reached the Hart- on tho subject of limitation of poa hay tion o.' a consolidated school to bo bond In tho sum ot $500, with 9. L. combustion of now and wot with which in connection Reet Evans as sureties. niado up of six districts. Dr. Oscar Patton-anford (riends of Miss Corinno Shults recently stored. The terms of Claude Rontrow and that she has recently married In Pacific and Far Eastern quest'ons a to have a griev- Allen of CromVell, who ,is familiar The flro god seems Lon Owen as members of the coun- Washington, D. C. but wo were un will be discussed, has been graciouswith the superior work bolng done at CITIZENS QV MilIENRY ance against Mr. -- derson, ns ho of ORGANIZE ORDER LEAGUE ty board of education , will expire able to learn the Identity of her hus-- l ly accepted. The government that place, met with tho citizens of the dwelling by flro seven or eight January 1, 1922, and two member? baud. Miss biiuus is a uaugtuor oi China ha? Mao broa plnased to acMatanzas community Thursday night Vears ago. s of tho boa.rd to succed them must be A number of the prominent of last week, nnd 'gave thorn an acformer County ScljoSl Superintendent cept the President's, Invitation to parNovember Ozna Shults.-bu- t Opora oltctod at tho regular ot tho school ot Mcllonry mot at tho ALMSHOUSE INMATES count of tho workings has been for some ticipate In the discussion of Pacific ofIIouso In that town Friday night to election, Nominations for these in his homo town. time holding a position in ono of tho and Far Eaitern questions. by administration --ox"It is the earnest wish of tU'" govAlmshouso koepor, Chnrllo Smith,' departments at tho discuss ways and weans to put an end fices aro mado by petition algned ernment that with the facilities at? to'tho disorder tor some time pros cut fifty voters, and must be filed fif- national capital. has only sovon charges now. They THE SMITHS ENTEETAIN-TH'forded by a conference It may be pov l'l.SC.YL COURT AT DINNER thero. Speakers said the oondltion teen, days bofor the election. So aro Isom Matthews, Justice Matthews, far only two mn have ben nominat- ILLINOIS .MAN TAKES sible to flni' 1 solution of Pacific in i Buddy Broomfleld, George Kennedy, was.doplornble and'that It was A MATRIMONIAL ClTANCH Far Eastern prouloais, by a practical onter.-talne- d to ed for these offices. They are Dr. Squlro King and Mary Tidnior and thqt something be done Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith effort to reach such ooramoa baby. Droomflold Is a crlpplo ifnd at cllnnor Wednesday tho mem-bo- rostoro order In tho town. After a Willrd Lake and Godel Wooto.n of Hartford. with respect to ni?tt 1 J. C. Thomas of Catham, III., and Jingo. Ho has formorly lived at of tho fiscal court. It was a long conference It wAs ngreod to call 1 . N. E. Ruiaell of Roslne, wero mar- wnloh have been and aro of been in the almshouse twclvo years, bountiful spread and tho visitor Vlll upon citizens the town not being FISCAL COURT IN SESSION conctni as may serve to proried at Fair & Company's store and Is In oxcelloiit health.. Isom not soon forget tho .hospitality of now Incorporated, to subscribe fo a Thursday cftern.coa. It was" tho mote enduring friendship. Matthows has boon an lumato ot tho theso good people on this occasion. fund to employ an officer to presorve 'In view of th atarH at Be'gtum The fiscal court mot Tuedoy In groom's second luiitrluiqnlal venture Institution sixteDn yours.? He Is a Chicken, mutton, seasonable vlgeta-blosau- d order. A committee was appointed lx the Far East, the President monttil doftctlvo nnd, In addition, Inthe usual trimmings of cake to tako the mattoi'ln bund, and when its regular October session. Only the and the bride's third. to Invite Yojr Excelenc:'j gn. It waa a correspondence match, the capable to perform labor on account and cream wore among tho goodies sufficient funds hvo been jalssd rgular routine buelsoae will be tram- of poor oyoalght. .Ho Is physically served. And the service was worthy tomo dipable man will be selected for acted at this term. The. court In.a couple never having met until the eranieat to participate in the'd'reut-Mo- a of Pacific a&d Far Eastern quesThe groom, strong and vigorous. Justice Mat- ot special mention. tho purpose and, the county Judgo body made a trip out over the aee- - day of their marriage. to hava no secrets to con- tion at the oontprfnee, and I buvu years old, thows is about flfty-fiv- u The guestjr prjonf wore: Esquires beln preuEuL promised to appoint ftion of road now being constructed who and has been at the institution about Will Scott, Ren Rtcs Butler hoada, the man 10 soleeted to the otfiee ot between Deda and Pleasant Ridge, ceal, said it waa a "groundhog oaio;" tliti honor to cuclo 0 herewith tr Wenesday afternoon, end the mora-be- ft thathe had a bunch of small chlldronv tentative suggestions - o thong-'- H four years.- - lie married nnd raised Tom Whltehoso. Quint Brown. WIN eonatahle that, he might act with and Juat had to have a wife to look of the conference, reiving o Pacif'c were pleased at the progress pt childron, which have bien Horn Dougherty Walter Knot; Judge authority. A too liberal trafflo a famUy tuods. thm. The nowlv weds loft and Far Eastern qu :'n imposed aioooshine wag said to be. th provided with? homes In private fjun-lllo- Mack Cook, County 'Attorney A. D. i tbt Unite t The .court voted to defer the matter Thursday night (or Doir IIMboI by tfc living, His Inca- - Klrk. B. B. Flnley, Seth Rhoads and ehJof otiua of the disorder ooiuylkla- Ills wife is State" . W f fiwtfrtt; an dlMM!M kMMr, on bpwe.v 3city to earn a living la due. to do-- J Your Truly. ' my result WED I rail-adult- i ii) i- I j J .... ....- Be . -.t "'"". ',,,,,. Nu-nn- - 1 ; ! ... x tho-hou- ...iAi "' id co5crt Jd ....., ,..i. I ' lC:lni wl'. .!' nLr Tl 1 one-thir- two-thir- n l- ut debt-fuad'- Fu-qu- cltl-zon- E rs ;! Inter-uttloii- d?-Jlr- ea s bo-ft- tg a. 'i ftr gBtej-rtaiea- r. , . i- - Of . piro sound In tho ears of ft demoRAILWAY TRAINMEN cratic Amorlcnn? Tho Ku Klux Klan Is condemned asldo from any con-- 1 DECLINE A WAGE CUT SEVERELY CENSURED creto acts of violence for which the Klan may be directly or Indirectly ' responslhlo "The proposal of law onforcomont Vote Of Members Shows a n Religious and Social Press , i. 90 Per Cent Of Men domooratlo Americans hallevo In cnll-In- g Against Warn Public In a mass of hooded and veiled Against Reduction. Dangerous Cult In figures to assist the government? night now, when optimum In all branches of Industn l needed .nor,, than ever before, we regret the name of nil that Is American and to note an unorganized but none the less effective effort lo make r.iilwaj work appear unattractive to democratic discourage aitd resist the Chicago, Sept 29. President W. our voung men. nun have cxprewd dlKcouniRlnn l"". nd even amno railway and undemocratic or Tho rise in Georgia recently of an G. Leo, of tho Urotherhood of Hall- Pur the most part, fortunately, (hose viows have lent their opinions to this unprogrosslve elTort organisation known us the Klu Klux der. It carries with it the peril of Trainmen, tonight said that If are merely opinions without a statistic In support. Klnn has sprond rapidly In the South still further corrupting politics. .o!r.oartstrike vote cast by 90 per cent of that even now in Georgia, some poli- tho ISO, 000 Is now holng slowly extended Inanil We, of the Illinois Central Svstont, do not subscribe to those pcMliulstlc opinions In any single parthe members In the recent to the North, Is a matter of live con- ticians aro walking with a delicate referendum on tho wage reduction complexity of railway organization deticular. W0 believe indeed, wo know that tho prowsnt-dncern to tho people who would not ho tread. It will result In tho porvor-- 1 "hnuld ho supported by tho grievance mands men better trained and moro resourceful than ever before, and tlinl opportunities for advancerudely awakened nt some unexpected slon of Justice In the courts. It in- cumnllttcc, a tentativo strike order This troduces a porllous clement Into the ment, to tho light men, aro ns good .as they ever wore. by terrifying results. moment would be Issued, effective only whon organization, which administers a jury system." ' There Is danger, however, that, although unfavorable opinions of rajjway work are false, conMoreover, "there Is no need for a and if the other unions should strike. powoiful secret oath to Its members With this parting declaration Presstant reiteration may result in their ;icceptanco ns fact and somo promising voung railway men may Ku Klux Klan," asserts The Presby-torla- n and adopts the name nnd masks of fifty-seve- n Advance, which believes that ident W. 0. Lo0 dispatched d bo Into other missions of less benefit to themselves and to the public. Any business Is tho old Klu Klux of post helium general chairmen of the unions to os- -j tho chief objection to the organizalargely what oit make It. Hallway men should point out how attractive their buslnoiw reuly Is. days, pretends to he organized to their homes tonight with written Inofficers In administration of tion Is that It Is secret, with the nn- - structions to call their grievance coin- nlst tho n mm mil nnrnnan nf nsslstlnir tlin rec What other present-dn- y businesses have greater romance, bolter compensation and swifter chances the laws, hut Is In fact a clannish "There i. m"tccs, get their approval or dlsap for advancement than railroading? These throo factors opportunity, compensation, adventure against Jews, foreigners, cath .inr nffimr. nf thn lnw. drive provai oi mo striKc vote, aim report Newspapers, min- no need for secrecy In such work, and hack me the lodestones that draw voting men today as trnl.v as they did their fathers twenty, thlrtv or forty olics .mil negroes hero next week. That the tpinnt.itlrm tnci strnnir isters nnd educators throughout tho winrocv nffnra n .vears ago. What has railroading lost in these respects thai other bunlncws have gained? committees wilt approve people to bo resisted to take the law in their Blanco the country are warning tho strike was predicted at union As construction of new lines, with consequent opnln; of new territory, has almost ceusodj perhaps against associating themselves with own hands." Those who so deslioi headquarter. present "can be more effective and exercise1 some of tho romancc has faded out of railroading. The day of the empire builder Is past. Hut have those clans, and wo herewith Lee expects to act on the committee from tho current number a better Influence by working openly instructions before the brotherhoods an article other businesses f.u;ed bettor? What competing Industry has more adonture. even today? Only on of the Literary Digest we think our for law enforcement." And no mat- of engineers, conductors, englncmen r Immediate problem, will vou find the the frontiers of civilization, which have crept far outside roadors will find both Interesting and ter In whose supposed lnterost such and trainmen and the switchmen s railroader, next to the soldier porhaps, the envied man. secret underground proceedings may instructive: comto be, says the Reformed union of North Amorlca have sowing racial claim In place of the old frontiers we have nomethinn far more productive of opportunltlea for service llrewing Mgotry and Messenger, "they do not pleted the count of their 259,000 a large population busy In the further development of our country discord are charged against tho Ku Church In this devulopuftmt the railroads ballots, which will start hero smack of the spirit of genuine Ameri- strike Klux Klnn h practically tho entire Monday. The strike call, however, play a part of tremendous Importance, for business of eveiy kind Is dependent iiikiii adequate of Christian tolorance " religious press of tho countiy Pro- canism nor In piovidlug that transportation at minimum cost and at the same time improving and Openly nnd avowedly hostile to he Indicated, will provide for a walkwhich testant. Catholic and Jewish the- trainmen when and it the Catholics, as well as to Jews, foreign- out of railway the transportation plant, to keep It hbreast with the country's arnwth. the present-da- y A walkout of have joined hands w 1th the dally paers and negroes, the Klan is to be other unions strike. s, man has a problem bigger than his grandfather and ills father faced in the days.ut pioneer railroadas, pers in denouncing the Klan condemned, declare The Michigan one union unsupported by the others ing, and he Is better paid. the most serious menace now , poli will not be undertaken. threatening tho national unity and Catholic (Detroit) because Its Doubt Strike Will Take Place Hut how about advancement? cies are "both unchristian and Has a young man In railway work a chance as Rood as those In othreligious hnrmony for which all the " There Is but one feature That tho strike, even if ordoied, er lines? Wilt merit find its own place at tho top? We believe no other business offens better oppormoral forces of tho country are strivIn tho opinion of this weekly ,that will nevor actually take place, contunity for advancement to the voting man who Insists iiioit advancement. Inertia won't push him to ing. Nowhere Is criticism of the orcome tinued to be the pievaillng Impresganization more sternly expressed commends the Klan "it has the top any more today than it would forty eurs aao.'but bis boss1 job Is always just In front of him, out honstly and declared that ono of sion in union circles today. While Lie ' than in tho South, whore religious and the pursuit is still the .same old game. 4 braved tho purposes fo Its existenco is to has promised to call the walkout if weeklies nnd ministers have ke p Catholics out of any political the committees so direct, he bluntly Th0 oung men who are now coming along in railway sonic don't know much about the conditions the Klan to proclaim their disappi ov carry with them a sense told his men In a gencial letter on al of Its tenets. Even in Atlanta, offices that This outspoken declaia-tlo- n September 12 that ho would bo remiss that prevailed a generation ago. and we doubt that many ot them eate. All that a voung man who vhpro the now Ku Klux Klan was of power. has the right kind of stuff in him is concerned about is the problem of tackling the task confronting puts tho Klan in Its place." As In his duty if he failed to point out founded in 1915 by Dr. William J. to them that wages and working con- him today, and he doesn't care a rap about bow someluidy did the Job Itefore He has his own future to the religion of its membeis. Simmons, Imperial Wizard, a denom"They have blasphemously adopted illtlous ostalillsheil since 1918 w re j to carve and many voting rallwav men nff carving theirs rapidly today to inational organ has appealed tho Cross as their ensign nnd under the result ot a World War such as Klansmeii to withdraw from an For example, of the official positions on the Illinois Central Syntom, SSjare held by men leiw than never before known; that goern-- j "attended by so manyob-jectlon- the banner of this sacred symbol mont reports 30 vears of age, 122 ar held by inon between 80 and 36 vears of age. and 213 are helft by mou beindicate 5,000,000 men j would deny to Jews the rights of our features." They would for- out of work; that noarly all classes j common humanity. tween 33 and 40 jears of age. Threo of the executive positions are held by men lees than 40 yoars In promoting the Klan the organi- bid this large percentage of American of labor have been forced to accept of age. This proves that opportunity still exists In the railway business The best man will seize charged with capitalizing people any activity zers are in public affairs some wage reductions; that the pay It, as he alwavs did and alwavs will. The same effort wins in railway work as in other lines and certain outstanding prejudices in tho They pretend to woik for the aboli- Increases gianted them last yeai by countr. those against the Jew, tho tion ot terrorism and In their very the United States labor board vva-the final rewards compare favorably with those in most competing Industries. Roman Catholic, tho negro and tho constitution would terrorize the black based on the Increased cost of Hv- The editor of an Important newspaper wrote the other day: "Thero I no more Interesting culling torcigncr. Statements by tho Imper- race in the United States Now than that of railroading. It Is a man's game, and next to our own wo oiiteom It as a vocation of less ial Wizard, who was formerly a Meth- that It has come out into the open monotony and moie adventure than any other." This is a competent outsider's opinion nf the rail- - i odist exhortcr and a college profes- with Its -and sor, aio taken as lending support to gospel, we feel confident that it will way business. While we do not agree with the exception he made, wo believe It Is otherwise a corthe charge. As the Imperial Wizard get short shrift from the American I j rect opinion. is quoted in the St. Louis Star, the people." Moieovoi, we believe it would bo conductive to the good of the railroads if slmlinr opinions were Klan excludes Jews "because they But "if the American people are redo not believe in the Christian adopted and expressed moro frequently. We believe the contrary viewpoint Is erroneous.nnd Its adopcontent that such a condition should By JONATHAN BRACE ligion. We exclude Catholics be- exist," says The American Israelite tion by many of our citizens would be detrimental to the railroads as woll as to tho public welfaro. XXVIII. TEXAS cause they owo allegiance to an in- (Cincinnati), "well and good; if they Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. stitution that is foreign to the gov- aro not, it Is high time that their ernment of, the United States. Any organ, the secular and religious press, C. H. MARKHAM, native-bor- n of N'nvnrez American who is a memtake an open stand and express their was responsiPicsldeiit, Illinois Central S.tnii. ber ot tho English Chinch or any oth- condemnation." It may lequire civil ble for the er foreign church is barred. We war to sup'prcss the organization, first Interest draw the color line Just an God does." thinks the New York Amsterdam in Toxas. To have such factois In politics as News, a negro organ; This lnrge ox- 'but It must sSliS a group of pcdlton was wrecked at the Of that we are cer be supprest. or ing and that government reports show PROSPEROUS mouth of tho Mississippi In 152S. tain. Millions of us aro ready to FARMER'S lives to th,. larger matters of human says tho New York Tour members including Cnbeza a reduction of more than 1G per cent fight and die. If necessary, that the do Yaca were captured by the WIFE NEARLY STARVED life iuuI Mrs ' Christian Woik (undenominational) Ku Klux Klan may be destroyed. in such living costs. "Mr. the groat news Indians and spent elsht jears 'ls thoioughly vicious." The move- The American Jew negr.o, Cuthollc Item of the universe, the bilnger of The strike vote was taken on tho country wandering through the Declailng she was actually starvment "is most unfortunate at the nnd alien, wo believe are substantialquestion of accepting or rejecting eventually reaching the Gulf of recollections to the man far from timo when the Chinch and Christiani tho 12 per cent wage cut made July ing to keep from siiff ring awful nils-or- home who takes his old hoiue town California. It was their acly as ono this view of the matter." orMrs. Amy Peterson, wife of a ty are, attempting to bring moral counts of rich Indian villages 1st by tho labor board. piper, and rends tho itoms of Mr and piospurous farmer of Lakevllle, Mr and lets his mind which led the Mexican governor der out of moral chaos.' It adds: Tabulation of the vote had not been Mass . gave Indigestion, llilioiiMiess, Constipation. wander li.uk to explore this to send Coronada ' out a remarkable state- to "Fiom tho Clnlstlan point of the days when h0 know tho Mr completed tonight, but the ballots alChnmberlaln's Tablets have lestor-e- d country. He returned after a ment recently, In connection with her Ku Klux organizaview, the x wo ready counted showed fiom 90 to 95 ami Mrs In two-- j ears' trip without discoverto health and happiness hundreds ' say, short knee pants and shall tion and those who use Its methper cent of the "ion on every railroad diet through I th0 use of Tai.l.'i ing the; reputed riches which he skirts? who were nfllcted with indigestion, womi-"Somtlmos how I llwd ods, whether official or otherwas seeking. system in the country voted to quit If you It's the honio town paper where thu biliousness and constipation. through it all, she said "I would wise, aro dangeious to the com. To counteract the aggressions real Mr and Mrs Now a Items occtu work rather than accept tho pay aro troubled In this way give them have .attacks of acme Iiidigestlau n group of in of the French settlements mon l'fe. To have and to receive Hih homo town paper No sj st oni failed to leiurn a tiinl. You are crtain to be pleased nearly eveiy I Louisiana, the Spanish estabanything men abroad in America whose m they will benefit you. les than nino out of ten votes for Those terrible time, ato piins and Wfok in and week out Is to know tho for lished many missions throughout or. purpose it Is to stir up prejudlco gieat happenings of tho world, tho the strike. Texas, tho most Important bethe distress ;r.i a gas ami bloating of any kind Is not only unchrisdoing of "Mr and Mrs" When tho ing at San Antonio. STATU AWARDS HIGHWAY to announce were almost unbearable) a'nd Lee's determination just tian, but contrary to COXTlffU'TS OK United States negotiated the his union's stand before the other thought k was no hope lor me. American principles; to 1 cane? Louisiana Purchase from Whun t'.io client fids on flro and complete their ballot brotherhoods "Hut now 11 n .jtlug anvtiiiujc and hate the truth regarding negroes they considered that Texas wns rrunkfort. Ky.l Sept. "9. Con(.count, shifts the entire responsibility I feel us strong and well as I ever tho thro it burns, you hao Indigesa part of this territory. Over nnd negio organizations basely tracts totaling $958. SID vere award for tho next move In tho thientcned felt in iri"y life. I've gained back all tion, and you need llarblno to get this-- question war was nearly distorted can only mean the agIt ed today by the State Highway Com general strike to the four unions th0 weight I loM and six pounds be- rid of tho dlsagroeablo) feollng precipitated bat finally the Unigravation of a situation alieady out badly digested final, mission, of which twenty miles are which took a Joint vote Hrothor-hoo- d sides and 1 know fiom my expeiienr. diives ted States w Ithdrew their claims enough." bad In exchange for Spain's withon the Ohio Itlver Iload, eighteen on of Locomotive. Knglneers, Or- - what Vanlac will do. It's the. best strengthens tlu stomach and pun Hoarding tho lion in his own lair, lies tho bow ids. Price 00c. drawal of claims to the 'Oregon Mayo Trail, nino ou tho Pikevlllo-WoSold bv 'dor of Hallway Conductors, Brother uediclne ;n the world." Wesloynu Cluistian Ad- tlt tho Atlanta region. Onto County Drug Co Virginia Uoad and seven on tho in Plremon and hood of Locomotive Tanluc Is sold In Hartford be l)r vocate (.Methodist), quotes the throat Many Americans began to set-tl- o The latter Is on the iJIxlo Highway. lUnginemon, and thu Switchmen's Un L 11. Haau and by all leading dmg-gi.s- ts among them GenImperial Wizard in Texas, ntti United to the Lexington Pike in Madison and con DIsroiTIt (JIA.NT IlLACKItUICUV ion of North America. ovorjwhore eral Sam Houston and Stephen AdverciEMiiuut. that "those who have deliberately sists of concrete lot to Mexico became ""Tho affiliated shopcrafts. by a vote P. Austin. are going i maligned and slandored im ComA new type of blackberry, nearly tlit) Cnrey-llue- d Construction alarmed at this rapid Increase of 325.000 to fi.OOO have 'already 10 awHko some day to a very unpleas$100 Reward, S1C0 pany. Lexington for $230,111. tour nines laiger than thu aver.ig American pioneers which of gone on recoid In favor of a strike, ant situation. and asks: "Upon what Tho roudets of tills papr will be garden I Is gindlng and threatened to crowd out tho MexTho romaindor but have postponed action pending incusvu iu ie,iin mat iiur. Im ut least with byvariety. Is holng oxperluienti ineut hath W. J. Simmons f d that ho drainage. 'nino milos in Plko. let to Oppressive population. ican one dreaileU disease tlut aucm.n i..m tho V S ileiiartniant of iKthe decision of tho other unions And been ublo to re In all its ma., hith grown so neat? Wh) should the Dempsey Construction Company. measures were adopted and uiul ' tlcillltiro It was dlscuvcired growint, action of thu labor board on rules that U catairli Cumuli he beetrlde this imnow world like a Knoxvllle, tor $240. a 15; eighteen caused tho Ainei leans to rNo iMlliioficed liy rnnstltutloual wi"iuf,,, w,,u '" ltOr or forests of Colombli and w oi king conditions which ques- -' luM'i'it" LMinniiumonui lieallnout In lohelllou In ISM During this ( olossua?" In spite ot tho fact that HiII'k Siotith Amorlca. miles In Lawrence, lot to II G. Hill, Dr. P II. Chnpiu nt Catarrh MvdUli.w In tuhen uprising occurred tho gallant dettons nro before It. U "capitalls-jii- g Hie new organisation nets thru the mood on tho Mu.nua'r of the American Musouin ot Natunl Tuxewell, Term., for $24C,1H; twelve fense of the Alamo by a handful I of the hitom lluib this an old Southern sentiment." As tho situation stands tonight, If fines In,, History. Now' miles In Preokenildge, let to J. C. of Americans nnd their slaughter the foumlHtlon th, illwase. detains York, wua In clung of journal 'can not believe any coiislU--abl- e William. Winchester, for $111,409, the engineers, conductors, ongluemeu patient Btrenailiofl.v bull.Iliiic ii clvliis ,"ii the party by tho vastly superior numbers ih that niudo tho find, and mid will - jKtlti Hon .,,, nimlsiinis nature m dolim Itt of our eople land switchmen walk out, the train- ....... number ,,., AYIIsimi of Iho Mexicans. "Hemoinber the and uv n r.IIs in Hancock, Kt to in.jit ,. ii Poponoo, agricultural oxplor ddhtlfy secret method, sectionalism, Williams for Ti85,7G5 and nine miles1 'men and shopmen will join them, but Mlth in tho euisiu 'nowai- - or i' lull s er for thu Alamo," became the Tomuih' sloKovorniuent tlopartni' nt with re- - Hundred ?)ollnV lint liny e.'.'s'o' pnrtlsanlsin and racial hatred gan. General Houston decisivethe first foul will have to assui..t. & for fnllo mimed It "Colombia", " 8peakltiK for In Union, let to Coatello ltros. rtlirn Hond fur lint nf tiMiiln.... .' nfter the conn ly defeated tho Mexican foicos . morieua do.noer..cy sponslblllty for the move, observa- j try of Us origin. Tho agrlcultiir it Aildrofts V .1 CHUNKY Mays, Knoxvllle. tor $3G,041. en nt tho battlo of San Jacinto and lellglous Uadtrs.'the AtlanOhio. Sold jy a' Druggists, 7Sc, Toiado, SuiilliHin tlous pointed out todny that Lee nnd depaitmont hopes to be ublo to tho Itepubllc of Texas was ' -e1). M. Jewell, president of Hie shopta weekly deeluiuir "The Ku Klux Jim Does Sibil roll 'om? It to fuuuors and gardcnois iu launched with Houston as presiW not so much condemnud by men, luivo mot the domands ut thutr Mil. AD MILS. Klan Ssiii Itoll which stoeklnns or his country. ' dent. Thu tlag contained one my proposed purivose us by the traK- nun for u titiike, and yet avoided the htar, nnd from this has come tho i lesponslbtlity of ordering a cessation What wondeiful thoughts conio up lal leaulU In tho multiplication all Jim Well, dues ha roll cither name tho Lono Star State. 'After ' Tourist ... t liAli lli. ,i 4.. .. aooreviuiions ure Kiildo. n on rubbor-ueo- k . wagon, u. of work. i ver tho country of acts of masked ...im. iUBU Sain Hoth. considerable opposition fiom tho j which thu order Ik fmou violence, for North, Texas was uunuxed to ... .11 . it.. . n..n..all.t (I Algy Is your sister making up her the Union nnd became thu twenty-eiiliriicwy or Hiuircuuy iuoiuhbiui. state. mind whether to so iuq or not? Furthermore: (byMcCluro Newpaper Syndicate) ii FOR FLETCHER'S Tommy It Isn't her lnliul sho'a Ko th, (,,. bit Pluto m .,11 "How do the pompous wordn. 'Im, t!ula0Yo. 1,0 Hh. l,.- -tperial WUaid of uu Invinlblo Hm- - making up. HE KLU KLDX KLAN ....... i Illinois Central System Holds Railroading Is as Attractive Now as Ever Non-rallw'- rs y side-tracke- trans-poitntl- - por-liap- al . - The Story of 1 I uur states rlU d s, s, J. -- y, r ir 1 st i I i , e fe i.. - , j i , i,, !.. l ghth Ohil&ren Ory CASTOR' A 1,1 WOMEN EASTMAN KODAKS WATI'HMA.V KOUNTAIN IN POLITIC!) B3HMJ XMESEXKMI PENS EFFECT ON ELECTIONS HI' We Will Soon Be Moving! Are They More Orderly Than Men, When They Gather at Polls? mmmm&sss lil IW WiW'll iWli'l Jl Children Cry for Retailer's ifil1 fci xrrxiiivwgmvj KS?W.-.- 5 . . Dy A. II, Tarvln. Tbe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has-beeHas the entry of women as active in use lor over over 30 years, has borne the signature o participants in politics yet had a . and has been made under his ,pcr--sonal supervision, since its infat-cy- . purifying effect? In order to take care of increasing business we are forced to seek larger A'J.ow no one to deceive vnu In im "Yes," say quarters. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " v " are but "Probably," say the "nntis." Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of As soon as completed, we will occupy the Barrass Building next door to The former clan base tholr assumpInfants and Children Experience against Experiment. tion on tho improved chnracter of the post office. audiences attending political gath Our new store will be furnished throughout with modern fixtures. No exerings. The "antls" ndmlt that thoro Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, has been .1 marked Improvement in Drops and Soothing; Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains pense will be spared to make it the most complete and te drug store in this respect, and are frank enough to neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its attribute tho cause to tho presence age is its guarantee. For mere than thirty vcaro it has western Kentucky, and we assure you that our present standard of quality and of women. ' fceen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, ' service will be maintained. It has not been so many years ago "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness , thnt one atending a political meeting and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids was what Insuranco men would term the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. a "hazardous risk." The tough ele- The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. except some- ment predominated . times, staid and dignified gentlemen v J U'tin hotrt n n1rifn nnnn ttin ctnttA in . "The Nyal Store" give their particular candidates the Bears the Signature of prestige of their presence, most political crowds In the old days were made up of the element vernacularly termed "hard guys" a class of I "gents" whoso shirts of doubtful puWHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES KVKHSHAKI PENCILS rity were innocent of collars, whose Jaws evidenced the presence of tobacco within, and whoso visages, of natural hardness, were given added saamt Bamomsammmm aa ''in piiiiifm thru long neglect of Kind You Have Always contact. NEW MEXICO'S ELECTION f In the coun- UNEMPLOYMENT COUNCIL? ry, and labor lias strongly resisted Showers of Applause Twenty years ago a party conven- 'the downward tendency. ' DISCUSSES WAGE CUT In the case of the railroads, tho Tho "Show-Down- " In New Mexico, llon without a fight or two was a workers number approximately as tho Savannah News (Dem.) calls tamc affa,r' Evon or"lnary PolU- at present. There again, It cal speakings needed much of the iQ lnak(J Is pointed out, wage cuts have beon ho special election which resulted In th, ealle . High Cost Production Keeps made, but the cuts have been com- ne victory or a jcopuuiican Senator ,t8 ,ironiote foe, that lt wafi a guc.i , fiwarm(5(l paratively light. Tho railroad labor las week. Is Interpreted as " a 50a- - C0BS Up Prices And Prevents Toghs am, fl th board's decision on that point brings dltional Ok. of the Harding Admin- - b t th , tf ex, th Returning Trade. liilrntlnn '," l.V til., A ninllni.r.ll - "umback wages to whore they were, ap: iu' ii- T.,,.- - porienced speaker was never unduly proximately, before the last' advance nal, hn Independent Republican p..- BUPprtaed u ,nlIrm veBetab0B or ev- .ut.icu, which is 111 a po i en an egg or two of respectable age went into effect under thu decision jut ui up State sentiment. j came his way. It used to be deemed lly Harden Colfax. - 0 of July, 1020. 'That period marked sitlon to size That the special election was a "re- - I "political diplomacy" The Hartford Republican has made a special Courier-Journa- l. In the peal? of high prices, so that, genfor ono party v erally speaking, tho wage scalo pre- - fcrendum" Is, In fact, generally con-- I to see that the opposition's meetings 1. clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Throo Jnbor WiuhlnKton, Oct. ceded by both Democratic and Re- groups. In addition to thu railroads vailing today on the transportation pilbllcan editors: as Mark Sullivan, did not get by without a number of Appeal by which we will furnish'both papers for one j rows, linos of tho country nre"'the. same and often, thru the dense nml the retnilem must deflato their. I. ,,!..( .tin t.f.i4.tlr..1 "it'lint. year for the low price of !. in iva Washington political correspondent .clouds of tobacco smoke, the Innocent ' ovuiun Linn ii . tttiuii t.iivii liiu IlKlniic war time prices more sharply nhan ., , ,. . of tho New York, Evening Post, bystander, In his hurry for shelter, ill iiiuii uibiiuai. jot hax been done. In the opinion of ifl iiiiiiiiiiMiiLiua wuiuColiferviii'i. writes, "It was the first election of a was constrained, ' .lHwrnt'nl'o in if he would con- -j a majority of members of President and Manufacturersindustrial national official since the Republi- serve his regularity of features, to uilomployment Warren G. Hcrdlnc'i" puwer, and because dodge stray fists, somo of them chieftains sitting In tho unemploy cans came into conference, In ordor- - to hasten the both ment conference feel that labor In the I of this, politicians ofrt f .. I . - parties holding clubs or blackjacks. Two defnmilnllj 4n la.yyil -' .rt natlon-wld- o prosperity. coming "f ' '. three lines named should assist In lfL lul"'"u lu i'""cades ago the loyal party follower Tim three labor croups mentioned .,..,.,,(,. ti.n ci.i.. ... t,i..irv tn ,n suit as an index or any change or lack The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest .... ..(n ...., ....... nf .......... .j ...... known as 'heeler' believed thorough building connro the coal miners, tho of change In public. .sentiment." ly in th Nietzsche and best papers in the South and we hope to receive smoother waters by throwing overdoctrine, that VnMnnii'ltln lti4ninfi .'t mlint nn.1l struction trades end the railroad board "' """"Ij 'might 'makes right', and he sallied sonio of tho surplus In wnges many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and workers. Tho railroads must reduce figures. nnrl y would have been a purely local forth t save Ws couty, ,,th that as compared..., with pre-wfreight rates as much as possiblc'and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in Quite a few o'f 'the conferees have .uiiiir was iiisl aiuuseu uy teaching uppermost in his mind. tho retailers must be content with tho iinruings letter reviewing the ac- voiced belief only to precipitate your subscription now. Don't delay. Until a comparatively few years narrowest margin of profit, hum- almost that compllshments of the first six months ago the tough element was always Instant divergence of opinion up, such Is the unofficial opinion med This, conspicuous at gatherings of a polition the part of the representatives of under tho Republican regime. of most of the conferees. complained several Democratic pawomen no more labor. cal nature, and This opinion hss not been reflected pers, was clearly a campaign docuthought of attending them than they Almost nil the members feel that in current accounts of the proceiilngs railroad rates should come down. ment to aid In the New Mexico elec- (then) thought of attending a prizefor tlio reason that the conference thereupon, says the Post's fight. Most of them recognize however, that tion, and was called to consider emergency the- correspondent, tho Democratic and Thugs Are Bounced roads are ns deslrious as themtr.o present measures for relieving Republican National Committees selves of bringing about a return of Now, all that Is changed. WhatHltuatlon and not to consider fundamatnormal activities and are. more or mndo the election an important may be in politimentals. And tho deflation of warter. Senators and Congressmen ever thugdom there less content to leavo tho .subject to and there is thugcal campaigns NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES n time profits is regarded as a fundafrom surrounding States, and roads to work out, knowing that to show at mental proposition. Thcro hss been the roads are beset with problems of women speakers wero press- dom Is not permitted the conventions or meetings. It Is used considerable debate some 6f It quite ed Into service. Is but one. elsewhere, when it is used at all. When Cleaned and Pressed on as which this warm in, tho various committees Running Manufacturers particularly feel Republican, against Senator Dorsum, Tho splendid character of the to the atltude of the five groups, but who won, wero a Demoretailer should reduce his the Hoffman Sanitary for the past few years-- - esut times wlin a disagreement of any that the prices still further, pocketing his crat, Judge Hannn, who aspired to pecially last year, and thin far In the committee seemed Imminent cooler tho governorship in the last election, Steam Press. If necessary, where ho bought campaign has beon a sub a Socialist and an Independent Re- pies-enheads have prevailed and the discus-Hlo- n loss. top of tho market. There nro at tho ject of wide comment. A: both parpublican. The election was to choose has been diverted back to the claim- omorgency phase of the situation and few manufacturers todayx it is a Senator to serve out tho unexpired ty's ennvntions probably a third of cleaning and ed, who are making more than a Wo have the best equipped and most the oudience3 were composed of woaway from tho fundamentals. 'minimum of profit; and these men term of Albert D. Fall, now Secretary men. At the formal openings of the pressing establishment In this section ot the state. Prompt and Minors Most Important. ' first-clasrvlce guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel post to reconcile the pres- - of tho Interior, who, as tho Now York find Tho three labor groups approxl- - .ltit it difficult rttn lttma ii'tftt li f World points out, was not In New campaigns, locally, the former weakservice-anall work guaranteed. "" In packages. We. give Mexico aiding in tho election of his er sex was present in even stronger mate 3.G00.000 men. First In order present wholesale prices, OUK I'llIC'ES Republican successor, but 'rounding force. All these gatherings wero ornro reckoned tho coal miners fn the i (Retailers, also represented In tho up 575,- Cleaned and l'roh&ed are about . .. cattle and buffalo in Montana." derly. While there was considerable ffcllng between th factions nt tho ' 000 of these, It la ostlmated, although 'As tho Democratic Roswell (N. M.) . , MEN'S LIST The.' assert In most not nil of them are found on tho . f" " Record sums up the results of Sep- Democrat! cconventlon at the auditor-ur- n Instances there are on hand at the last June, the onpof.'ng cloments $ 1.G0 rolls of tho United Mlno Woi Iters. la present 20: Men's Suits (2 piece) . . tlmo stocks of 'goods bought tember 11.75 fields, there are aptho Men's Suits (3 piece) "Tho election was won by tho Re- demeaned themselves rroperly; tho prices far abovo the proent whole- 'auoilng under ?1.50 proximately 1GO.O00 more. The lat- at publicans Overcoats, medium for two main reasons. respective speakers sale prices and that tho basic of com $1.75 ter group arc. not placed In tho same i parison First, tho majority of the voters of great nervous strain In the effort to Overcoats, Jieavy and long thus entertained Is not a fair the State felt lanclassification as tho union men, for . that tho National Ad express hard thoughts in soft is a unu. LADIES' LIST row luimiera, ;iiuy usseri, uru thn nnnnnlnn wnrltnrs. , In mnnv . ... . ...,., . represented by Mr. guage. Thnt they succeeded .Ari. ..i. iiuii. iuuuji, ium uuiii- - ministration as be given i juuni.iiB juuuii tribute to the uplifting influenco of Dresses, plain have accepted wage cuts and the .....SI. 50 further time paratlvely few are getting" tho bene Rursum should plans. S1.75 as a result, has been going to develop Its Dresses, with drape Second, New the presence of women. fit of present wholesale prices for nil Thero is no rowdyism at political : -- ,. 12.25 Mexico normally has a Republican Dresses, fancy more and more to those districts. to sell. over, they have qoat Suits, plain ?L50 plurality and thero were no outstand- meetings nowadays. Union minors tho country Such Is the overwhelming concen-usRowdyism and politics are going! $1.75 , ing reasons why any large defection however, are working today for the Coat Suits, with drape feeling in tho conference how., ...J1.00 up Skirts, pleated same wages as they obtained at the should go to Mr. Hanna. The vote to be total strangers In a day not of ever, lt is passing by that phase of $1.50 peak of the high prico porlod. The Coats, long that might hnvo olected Mr. Hanna the far distant future. tho situation as best It can to consld- "Because of the women," say tho $3.00 to tho Sennto went to Senator Bur-suwhich Includes tho wago contract Velvet Suits Steamed iipnln wna tnniln nftnflv fwn vnnrfi n n cr what may best be done to help .75. Waist, fancy largely because of tho disposi- the "suffs." "Maybe so," says tho 'antis." nn,l ,lnM nf nxnlp till Mnrrl. Ml. ! Pr0V,d WOrk 0r th n"n Wb "n"1 tion to give tho party represented by ' got It and needs it. SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO., Sonator Dursum a fair opportunity to 1922. President John L. Lewis of An Agreeable Surprise. RHODES & LONG, Props. good. United Mlno Workers, himself make tho "About three years ago when I was Cltajiiberlaln'H , Cough Kennedy. "Tho groat lesson that must be suffering a delegate to the conference, is on Leitchfield, Kentucky. from a cold on my This remedy Is Intended especially drawn from Tuesday's election is that record as opposing any wago cut lungs and coughed most of the tlmo when the present scale xplres. In for coughs, colds, croup .and whoop- the voters are waiting to see how the night and day, I tried a bottle of other words, there has boon no defla- ing cough. From a small beginning Republican party handles the situa- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and tion of the wage scale In the union Its sale and use has extended to all tion that confronts the country. If was surprised at the promptness with ing the will of tho legal voters residNOTICE parts of the United States and to the"ow Moxlco election means anycoal fields. ing in West Heaver Dam Voting Prewhich It gave me relief," writes Mrs. many foreign countries. This alone thing, it means that further time will James Cut Severely HcMnfril. cinct, No. 14, upon the following Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. P. S. Lashbrook, et al., trades Is enough to convince ono that It is be given the Republicans. On tho oth- Many another has been surprised and The building construction question: "Aro you in favor of makvs. Notice. have agreed, In most Instances, to a medicine of more than ordinary er hand Tho Record is firmly con- pleased with the prompt StockLaw Election In West TJeavr ing lt unlawful for cattle or any spewngo cuts, but the cuts have beon morlt. Give It a trial and you vHL vinced that tho voters will demand cies thereof to run at large upon tht? Dam Voting Precinct, No, 14. by this remedy. m comparatively small, It. is asserted, .in find this to be the caso. in some material results by tho time of Pursuant to a judgment rendered public highways and unlnclosed lands m the Congressional elections next fall." comparison with cuts In other lines "Is this a fast train?" tho sales- by tho Ohio County Court, at lla ot West Beaver Dam Votlug Precinct. Poetic Young Man Do you caro r of Industry less highly organized. In man asked the conductor. term, 1021, notice No. 14"? their case, thero is uo national tor Urownlng. "Of course It in," was tho reply. is hereby given that on Tuesday NoGiven under my band, this 9th day Young Lady Ofy, do be careful agreement, but wage scalefe aro local. "I thought lt was. Would you vember 8th, 1921, same being the. ot September, 1921. FOR FLETCHER'S Tho porlod of readjustment has please! My husband bai an awfully W. O. liLANKENSHIP, mind my getting out to seo what lt regular election day, a poll will be brought strikes In this iudustry in Jealous disposition. is fast to?" Sonora Be'll. Clerk Ohio Coutt Court, opened for the purpose of ascertain- - 12t4 tMJMwi ; Just-as-goarisinp-therefrom- um& WhatisCASTORIA up-to-da- Beaver Dam Drug Company Beaver Dam, Ky. I SENUINE CASTOR A ALWAYS rasamHBBBHHBBmnnsHnHiHaai Mgnaii In Use For Over 3 Years "ra-zori- al' The Bought I stur I i I ...., JL m 3 ar ". Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! wel-know- t te I ss ,..,,. non-unlo- ,n ..-- tttrt ( , .... '"""- .,.., ..i... 24-ho- ur nn. I I 1 of ... m I ... e relief-afforde- I regular-Septembe- ! Children dry CAST.OR! A rriio Hartford Republican ! er?t,e wwnwpw'i d.pciUim in other column of this Issuo. t'on an- - PROMINENT YOUNG PHYSICIAN'S SUDDEN DEATH Gun V Piibllihvil Wcehly by iUTPOIM) IMUNTIN'O COMPANY Incorporated V "Tito reault of the wnatorial alec- -' In Naw Maxlco," oommtnls the Democratic New World, "Is that tho country mWana to give the Harding may bo ine reason, but tho larger and more compelling reason la that the country ha not yet renched It-- , satisfaction in rebuking WllsonNm. and la still ready to strike It when-eveit ralaod Its head. Only n ymr ngo tho people rebuked the waste txtravlganre and autocracy of flu Wilson rogimo by the overwhelm!- -. mnjorlty of seven millions of vot. ?, and it wotild be an optomlit Indeed, who would look for a flocking back to Democracy so soon after the " I mill S.'TI.VSI.KV, IMItur Milliliter. llii.-Inc.- administration a further trial." That Ksttred r.ccqrding,to law nt .tbo Fontofflce, Hartford, Ky., as lanil Kilter of the second class. Vitdreis nil communications The Hartford Republican. XOTICK TO SUUSCKIUUKS to Subscribers desiring the paper sent a new ml dress must give the old l Idreis In making tho request. Uuslness Locals and Notices 10c I r line, and 8c por lino for each ad-- I tlonai Insertion. ;.;.... Resolutions nnd Cards ct Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for nch bend Hue and slguautro, money In ndvnnce. Church Notices for services free, tut other advertisements, lc per irordr Anonymous communications will receive no attention. TKLKI'HOXE Farmers Mutual Kill DAY, ; 5 OCXOIJKR REPUBLICAN TICKET The Unemployment conference now .dtting at Washington points out the fact that labor must bear Its Just proportion of contributions toward restoring Iridustry to a normal basis. War wages were necessary to meet war prices for commodity products, hut now the alarming low prleej or farm products must be mot with lower priced commodities. War wages have already creatd an army of four million Idle men, and are tending 7 toward no wage at all. Lower cost of production will Increase buying ard Increased buying will mean more work, If wrges are adjusted to a proper scale. High cost production and low price sales violate economic law, which will at last work Itself out in spite of all hindrances. Again the chill of autumn Is on the morning air and the voice of winter L presaged In the evening'" cooling winds. Green, the emblem of youth and life. Is giving way to brown, the harbinger of age and death. The birds are gathering, for their long passago to lands where rummer never ends, and thj flowers droop their heads in solemn sorrow at the fatal approach of the season's scythe. The autumnal artist is touching the forest to atid yellow and crimson shades, and soon the frost will levnl it all In withered ! own The note3 of the winged "ngsleis of the t c'd feebler grow will be forever hushed In and u UK.Tiimg chill. But amid the season's wrecks, when sunshine yields to cloud and , the bird's song to the howling bla3t. It is a comforting reflection that the hearts of men will still burn with undiminished love for their fellowmen. -re-- J fi-o- - SPECIAL TERMS -- ON- "Anchor Hot Blast" ! The weather prophets predict a long, hard winter. It don't cost you any more to buy now, and it won't cost you any less to buy later in the year, so get the benefit of your stove this cool, damp Weather. This week only we will sell the Anchor Hot Blast on these easy terms: or. ciai:m:s i tOSS i For Circuit Judge CAUDE For CoinmomrcnUh's Attorney E. SMITH 0 R. W. SLACK FRANK BLACK G. A. RALPH ROY KEOWN For Circuit Court Clerk IRA JONES For County .Judge R. R. WEDDING For County Court Clerk E. G. 11ARRASS F.ir County Attoriii- OTTO tor Reptcontnthe C.piARTIN For Sheriff For Tax Commissioner For Jnilcr NATHANIEL HUDSON For Coionvr W. A- - HIMES For County Suuicyor C. S. MOXLEY O. C.) District No. 1 J. P. McCOY District No. 'J For J. I FELIK SHAVER District No. District No. District No. District No. H 8-- Away back in August, when the re sult of, the election might have appeared less certain than now, the .Hartford Herald assures us it did ven ture to predict the election of the Democratic county ticket. With later developments it indulged, of course. no such rash predictions. But the fea ture of the Herald's August predic tion is worthy tho attention of ReIn the middle of the dog publicans. days the Herald proclaimed, according to Its quotation of its ancient statement, "The people will put In office clean, progressive men, who will go forth to battle under the banner IIKXXKTT. Dr. Charles Ros.s Bennett died sud- Myers nnd WalUr Baker of Mcllonry. Dr. Bennett was a son of Mr. and denly at his basics,: HzHszz?, at an early hour Sunday morning. Dr. Ben- Mrs. Joseph C. Bennett of Hartford, but wa3 born and rc.rted in the Pt. nett had leturucd from Louisville on Pleasant community. He obtained a late train Saturday night, and a his classical education at Hartford shoit time after reaching home wa College, after which he entered the culled to sec a patient. Returning Loub'Vlllc Hospital of Medicine, but from the professional call he men- -' cuninletcd his professional studies at ttoned to his wife that ho felt a pain- thcr Chicago School of Medicine and ful sensation in the region of his Surgery from which he graduated In heart. A physician was called at 1913. once, but the doctor was dead before After his graduation. Dr. Dennett j tho physician arrived, entered upon the practice of his prove.e conducted at ' fession at Graham. In Muhlenberg Fuaeral the residence of the deceased's par-- ! county, where he remained until ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Bennett j litlC, when he removed to McIIenry, of Hartford, Monday afternon at 3:00 ' where he has since been In active o'clock. Rev. IUisseH Walker per- practice. Dr. Bennett was ono of forming tho holemn offlce.after which tho brightest young nun as well as burial was In Oakwood ccnistery. One ono of the most successful physicians of the largest attendances over seen in this section of the state, and had n at a funeral in tho local cemetery at happy faculty of making friends, an A protended the final ceremonies. invaluable aset. He was only fusion of flowers lnnked tho casket, eais old at the time of his as well as tho grave after it was fill- deatji.. ed, n pretty evidence of thejilgh reThe young and popular physician spect and loving memory in which leaves to mourn his untimely death, not only a grateful cllentolle, but a the deceased was held. Dr. Bennett was a Mason, am' wife, who before h r marriage was eleven lodges assisted at the solemn Miss Anna Patton of Hartford, one Ceremonies of his burial. The cere child, Charles Ross Jr., his parents. monies were directd by Mr. A. C. ! Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Bennett, apd two Porter, master of the Hartford lodge. sisters. Mrs. L. E. Kverly of M?tan The pall bearers were: S. O. j zas and Mrs. W. C. Ovorhults of Colorado, nnd a large circle Keown, Estll Bennett and Harry .May ' Claud of friends and admirers. of Hartford; C. C. Watts, thlr-ty-flvo $5.00 down, $3.00 per week. We reserve the right to withdraw this offer any time. J. D. Williams' Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. Both 'Phones. Big Close-O- ut Sale Will offer for sale within the next thirty days my entire stock at cost, and even below cost. Now, if you want some bargains come jjt once, for this merchandise is going to sell." You will save some money. My loss is your gain. Have just received a new lot of rubber boots an'd shoes that will be sold at cost. Come and see. Will also sell or rent my store house. E. F. GABBERT, Sunnydale, Ky. r- Q. H. BROWN - s J. R. MURPHY Jf .11 W. GRAY MACK MARTIN District No. '7--p J. W. TAYLOR District No. 1 For L. J. PICKEREL Constable, District No. 7 R, II. BASHAM of true Democracy etc." Whether it is Bryan or Wilson Democracy , the. Heiald did not say, but fair warning is given that if Democratic county officers are elected It means a raising up of a Democratic army to fight the as such army Republican party, would Have a Just right, to do, and if there is a Rpubllcan In Ohio county who is contemplating voting for any of the Democratic nominees he should heed this warning, and not furnish the opposition a club to beat his party over the head with. ment to bootleggers and moonshln- and those p a Massachusetts con'"i- -t t ri ou '' It ." gressional district prodded It w:..i mux boideiirtle 'l.i- officials Republlcajii majorities. big upon ot to properly perform their "U-louThe hchoolsfnud tho churches woiit ,::'!ci. .".' chu-- : r.rf to ' ci play of politics Is In 'feasible. wonders in fitting men and women for good citizenship, but the most Here Is a typo of crime that Is affarrcaching and effective prepara- flicting almost every community In tion of thu,ineii and women of today tho land. Good citizens aie, or was made by father and should be, making a united effort to for mother around tho family hearth-Htun- e suppress it, Newspapers, especially, have an Inescapable duty and, Instead a half generation ago. of supporting our appeal to tho peo-pl- o to start a movement to stamp It A sheriff of a Texas town In disputing the right of a delegation of out, tho Herald comesforward with the Ku Klux Khin to march through a bit of cheap claptrap, the effect of the town In masks concealing their which must be to lend encouragement Even the school pergonal Identity, was set upon and to these criminals. perhaps fatally wounded. Whether boys know tho duty of public officials the officer dies or recovers his action In the matter of punishment of crlmo. tierved to bring out tho nlarmlng fact Tho circuit court proceeds by Indictthat the organization sets itself above ment by a grand jury ,and tho Inferthe law, nd should itself ho out- ior courts ou information. Even when a murdor Is committed citizens lawed. ot tho community of Its occurence county attorney and Silenced by the evidence of Its own come before-thwitness In Its attnek on Judge Slack's county judgo and give information decision in the Ohio county election upon which warrants may bo issued rase, tho Hartford Iloiald, groping and arrests made. Tho senior editor for a foothold whore- nono appears, of tho Herald Is a lawyer, and can nsk.s us for another concrete exam-pl- o not plead ignornnco of such manner Wo do not menu to of tho Judge's good official re- of procedure. cord, which wo aro pleused to offer unfairly criticise our competitor, hut by an other of Its own witnesses, tho to offer friendly counsel to Its So thpt Demo- Hancock Clarion. - We ura oi.ced to the admission It must appeal to Its readers as a that the Wilson corpse did wiggle deplorable state of case to find the nnd squirm a little about two weeks lending encouragengo, when he voters of New Mexico Hartford Herald r",, - s, o - HARDING'S GREAT MOVE will never bs shaken, a kingdom of Dispatches emlnatlng from Gcneva love, meicy and pity." The seven wonders of the world, where tho Assembly of tho League of Nations is sitting, magnify the im- tho cvaugelis Idcclared, are lost in with tho. wonder of portance of President Harding's call compaiison for a conference to discuss Limita- Christ. So wonderful Is He that hution of Armament, to proportions not manity is lost in space to know where before thought of on this sldo of the to placo Him, Dr. Bulgln said. "He is our Anchor," the speaker Atlantic. Friends of the League over there say that If the disarmament s.ild, "and if our nation does not conference Is attended by satisfactory turn back to God and religion It will results the chief end of the League bo dashed to pieces on the rocks of sin will have been ssrvod and the hon- and Immorality." "God's measurement of a .Man," ors will go to the American president. to will hf Dr. Bulgin's subject tonight. With world armaments educed tho necessity of suppressing Internal Seats aie to be reserved for men from disorders, world wars of alarming the Louisville & Nashville Railroad proportions would be out of the ques- Shops. These men, who wero adtion, and the League of Nations dressed at noon Tuesday by the evanwould then have no excuse for exist- gelist, havo made a model engine as I a tribute to tho speaker, who will uso ence. It in illustrations during his sermon. An elictrical device playing chimes SAYS BELIEF HAS EXNOHLEI) WORK will ho used In tho campaign by Dr. Bulgln, it was announced. It will lo placed in an automobile and tnk l LoulEVl.le, Ky., Oct. 5. "Christhrough tho streets ot noon each day only religion that has tianity is the playing Gospel tunes. smines ennobled toll," tho Rev. Dr. Ellwood also will be rendered nt Prr evening hi. Bulgln, evangelist of tho Bulsln-Lew- ls J. services. It was said. Campaign, said Evangelical sermon on tho "Man ' last night In n V ARS EAIiY KUOST ot Galilee." Scottish Rlto night was, moro than Ii00 pei-soobsaved, and Frost va " Its nppearanco a little ot an audience of approximate-- , H. Dickey, ex- earlier 1" .i usual this seasifn, form-1-i- g ly 4,000 perbons, J. ',ii' .'ay and Wednesdny nights. ecutive chairman of tho campaign, Tho d image, however, was slight. Twenty-tw- o persaid wero Masons. sons accepted tho ovangollst's invita- VogetliUon has already matured and a heavy frost now would do hut triftion for Christ as u Saviour. Tho character and life of tho God-ina- ling damage. The torn crop has as written In the Bonks of tho thoroughly matured and would bo Bible, the evangelist said ,are proof damaged only by a freeze. Some sorghum Is still standing In tho Ileitis of his divinity and origin. "Placo Christ In tho sociology chair but. If frosted now, could be worked of colleges and unlvorsltles and all baforo It would bo seriously damagproblems and mysteries will be solv- ed. ed," tho speaker said. "Authors of Mr. J oliiC. Riley, president of tho the Blblo could not havo hung tho .solution ot all world problems on Im- Citizens Bank of this city, subscribaginary lips nor centered them In a ed for Iho first issue of ho.th tho moro man. Herald and Republican, and has boon "Overthrow tho miraculous concp-tlo- u a continuous subscriber to both paMr ot the Lord, and Jesus Is inndo pers since their cMioto!iiiiout. n product of vice " he si'M, "Christ, KM y kpIh n fine exrmpjo In the matprnnlless, founded a kingdom which ter tf patron! ,I"g homo Institutions. ns n, New Store We have opened for' business in the building formerly occupied by W. E". Ellis & Bro., on Clay Street, and will handle a complete line of Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Notions and Dry Goods, v We will pay the highest market nrice for nil kinds 2 of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" is our uiubbu. vii ve ua a iiiui. . i " J. Phone 89-- 2 B.- - YORK & SON, HARTFORD, KY. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! For first-clas- s work at reasonable prices see SANDIFUR & PETERS, BEAVER DAM, KY. .O Carbon Cleaning, Valve Grinding ajid Ring Fitting a speciality, All worJs guaranteed. J. P. Taylor, Bld'g. u " JTr-lf- llls ?"ter-ol- l shipped a par Mr Cfcr.rV "Sllla thfc wtsk for of atnck from Duncie. Wtdnasday. N SpntUTtno, Ky., where lie will le employed. Bnldr your automobile In the rares Oct. ir,th And wlnt a prize, JlSfr.OQ, Ml Bltabeth Davidson and Mr. 1'frkinion spent Muadny with Jlr Mr. Rati Mrs. Thatl Barnard of and Mi. A. K. Anderson. Inland, wore here Tueiday to attaint tho ftmernl of Dr. Itoea Ilonnett. Mr. and Mra. Theodora Heady -ft I V i sf M 4WTCff 11PC4 4 f xr m of ; Miss Stule May, aradnate nurts, tho wotk-on- d litis none to Jenkins, Ky.. whore alio Andirion. will be engaged In hospital Work. N Mr. Louis Riley, who was Confined to till room with an attack of rlien- -' madam, la able to be out again. Dr. L. I). F. Whitaker and Mrs. Whltnher of Greenville, were ploa-- j ant cHllera ut this office Tuesday. Owenstaro motored orar and spont with Mr. anil . Mr. A. K. SfO&S Mr. Shelly ilrown and Mlse LlMrie Morris were married In Hartford Wednesday, Rev. It. I). IiBiinett officiating. I r. ouying nosiery ana underwear "s 1 T T D TT 1 Future Service and Satisfaction In all their dealings . With. Perfect Confidence of . depend upon celling. We select our merchandise with thi3 thought ever inmind;conscqucntIy when wc recommend with this store we want our customers to realize that value, service and satisfaction arc things that they can absolutely Allen A Hosiery fif The Maker's Mark of Identification on Cooper's-Benning-t- Spring Needle Underwear for Men and Boys and on Black Cat Hosiery for Men, Women and Children 1 we arc promising n service that is far above the ordinary; vastly better, in fact, than can be found elsewhere. ALLEN A Dlack Cat Hosiery for Men, Women nnd Children, in silk, lisle, wool or cotton, represents a hosiery value that is genuine. It is sold in the better class stores everywhere; and best 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 cleaily,defincd ideas regarding the quality of thing3 they buy to eat, to wear or to furnish the home. It is this class of buyers we like to cater to. The more they know about these thing6 the more readily do they appreciate the superior fit, st)le, quality, value and service of ALLEN A merchandise which we sell. FAIR & COMPANY The Fair Dealers. Mr. and Mr. L. K. Ever!)' of Cedttr-eds- s. Colo., arrived horo Thursday, In answer to a telegram announcing the death of Mrs. Kvcrly's brother. Mn. Claude nianenahtp, who hat Dr. Boss Taylor, but arrived too late been nt Dawson Springs for tho past for the funeral. (two weeks, returned Wednesday. 1 Mrs. Ada Crawford, of Momphls, ' Jlr. Inaac Foster, who is engaged Tcnn., and sister, .Miss Llla Halrd, of jus n building contractor nt Central, Washington, D. C, returned to their City, spent Saturdry night with his homos today, after spondlng.tho week fnmlly here. with Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Glllesplo and other friends In town. Mrs. Howard Kills and little son. John Hill, roturnol Monday from a Mr. Mclienry Holbrok, who is enat Whltesvillr ivWt with rebuilt gaged with tho International Banking company In Manilla, P. I.; and his wife, ard onroute to tho United Mr. and .Mrs. Itnmey Duke went to States, and will mnke an extended Cromwell Sunday, to' spend the day visit with relatives In Ohio county. with Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Stewart. Mr. Garfield Barnard and family Dr. George Montgomery returned of Dundee, Dr. Oscar Allen and fam- -' to Nebraska Wednesday, after vi<- - lly of Cromwell, and Superintendent llng his former home people In the Howaid and family of this city, made a motor trip to Central City, Breman Ceutcrtown community. and other points in Muhlenberg couni Mrs. Alvln B. Porter and llttlo son, ty Sundiy. Allison Brenton. of Herrln, 111 , are Mr. M. L McCracken, formerly visiting MrB. Porter's parents, Mr. county farm demonstrator here but nnd Mrs. Frank Black. now In the agricultural department Mrs. Jack King of Central City, of the Louisville and Nashville railtraveling saleslady for a wholesale road and stationed in Loulsllle. visited his family here from Saturday i grocery company, was a welcome viuntil Monday. sitor at this office Tuesday. e. I ' are' no THEREshoes with the Queen Quality reputation for the solid worth, and fit, and stylish character seen even in the most conservative models:i 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 Quali ity shoes mostly eight to twelve dollars offer such quality, style and comfort in their.ex-clusiv- e features that to buy them today is true economy, , TICHENOR-LEAC- H MOTOR Dealer in CO. Successors to Brown & JnruiiKlii Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. Main Street. HARTFORD, KY. Republican OCTOBKK . The Hartford Ilye and Grass Seed for sale by W. E. ELLIS & BnO. Mrs. Otto Martin and children spent tho week-en- d at Cromwell. Mr. J. A. Bellamy of Dennfleld, was among our visitors Monday. Mrs. John C. BIley Is spending tho week with friends In Owensboro. Mrs. Mary B. Ellis, of Alexandria, was the gust of Mr. and Mrs. B.VII. Gillespie yesterday. FBI DAY 7 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS HOOMS FOR KENT MIIS. S. J. WBDDINO. Jlr. Kd Cook o: town Tuesday. V Dundee was in Mr. David Bishop, who Is In bclionl nt Hussellvllle, spent tho week-en- d Mrs. Thomas Crowder of Bdslnc, with his parents, here. was in town Tuesday. The small child of Mr. and Mrs. Prof. I. S. Mason spent Saturday John Taylor has recovered from an attack of whooping cough. and Sunday In Hartford. Mr. T. P. Carson has gono on a Mrs. Oma Turner oi Contortown, spend Monday here. business trip to Alabama. AUTOMOBILE PACKS At Ohio County Fulr Grou. .s. Ocfobor 15th, ' 1921. , Wo will have a car of Fertilizer within tho next fow days. ', W. E. ELLIS & BItO. J Virginia, llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mr. William Lake has received noMrs. Emoroy Schrocter, Is very HI. tice that tho body of his son, Corbet, Dowoy and Liter Barnes of Pren- Mr. Schroeto- who la employed In an who was killed In Franco during the world war, will reach Hoboken, Now Howling Green to Ohio city, arrived hcio yesterdr.y. tiss, have gono to Jersey, October 6, and will bo at onco Attend school. Mlss Mary Ike Mason, who is at- sent here for burial. Mr. Charllo Crowe has been select- tending the high school here, spent Mrs. C. E. Smith and Mrs. Tlco ed chairman of the Domocratlc cam- Saturday and Sunday with her mothBurns drove over to Owensboo Moner at Buford. paign committee day morning with Mr. Smith, who We aro In the market for eggs and was going to atend his duties as Vqu can competo with your competitor. Your automolilie Is as good poultry every day in tho year. High- prosecuting attorney In tho Daviess circuit court. They returned Monday as his, enter tho races nnd win a est cash prices paid. W, E. ELLIS & nrto afternoon. nice prize. Miss Mildred Stevenson spent last with Miss Kmmallno Jagoe, in Owensboro. week-en- d Tho next annual confortneo of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South, Miss Comma Lou La'tc, daughter will bo held at Central City. of Mr. nnd Mrp William Lake, who i.nderwen an operation for appenMr. Hondnll Collins, who travels dicitis at tho Owensboro hospital Frifor tho Dupont Powder company, day, Is rapidly itcoverlng. , spent Sunday hero with his family. Dr, A. n. BIley and family left Mrs. M. J. Boss will leavo Satur- Monday for Chicago, whero tha I'O"-tday for Louisville to spend soveral will take a special course In a weeks with her daughter, Mrs. John Chicago Hospital. Tho Blloyj will bo In Chicago lot tho next yer Moore. Mrs. Frank Eblcn of Hawesvllle, Mr. S. O. Crafton died at his home and Mrs. Marshal Eblen of Boston, in Central City last week. Mr. Craf Mass., are visiting their sister, Mrs. ton had been for several years J. H. Haines, at Heaver Dam. traveling salesman for a Louisville grocery firm, during which time he Mr. Urndley Stewart, who haft been called on the trade here and other employed with tho Hartford Motor southern points in the county. Co., during the summer, has returned to his home, In Island Station. Tho Management of the automo bile races Is making an effort to get Religious services were held at all an airplane on that occasion. We tho Hartford churches Sunday, and engaged planes from threo different also at the cuuit house whero the companies to fly at the fair last "Holiness' folks held a meeting. September. Not one came on the grounds. But wo are hoping for Mr. James Futfiia, who was former--l- y better success this time. depot agent at Fordsville, and Mrs Fuqua, returned Monday to Mayfleld, I wish to announce to my many after a visit with friends In this coun friends and patrons of-tpast that ty. I am in a better position than ever to give your cars the inspection and 'Mrs. Helen Igleheart, who has caro they should have, at the best been hero with her son J. B., and prices possible. All work guaranteed. Mrs. Igleheart, during the summer, Now that tho fall season Is just behas moved back to her homo, near ginning it is the best time of the year town. to have your cars put In trim for the repair coming winter and spring, Get ready for tho great event, the shops are not so rushed and can glvo automobile races are new, novel, and you a better deal, thanking you for Tho tho Ohio the many favors you have shown and decidedly Interesting. Oct. 15th asking continuance of same, I am ever County Fair Grounds 1021. service, QARL T. SANDIFUIt, Come to Ohio County Fair Grounds Beaver Dam, Ky. Oct. 15th, 1921 and spend tho day pleasantly, have a good time. Meet Deputy Sheriff Tichenor went out your old friends, they will all be to Magan Wendesday to execute there. writ on Helm and Evans, charged with assault on Wes Hall yand his Miss Sallle Harris Bean, of Akron, wife, but was not ablo to find Ohio, who has been visiting friends Holm, who Is reported to have hero, went to Louisville last week, left the community. Evas It where sho will spend some time with apcars accused was wrongfully relatives. Ho went before Hal' and bis wife Tuesday, and the old people said he Jlr. and Mrs. Louis Riley, who was not with the party that assaulted have been living at the Commercial them. Tho prosecution against him Hotel, moved Tuesday to tho house will be dropped. However, anothor on Clay street, recently vacated by young man of tho community Is ac Dr. A. II. nil-JV- . cused of complicity In the crime with Helm, and ho nlso is reported to have Mr. and Mrs. Ed Duke and Mr. and skipped tho community. When the Mrs. W. V. Sproulo of Dundee, went grand Jury meets tho entire matter to Owensboro Sunday, to visit Mrs. will be entered into, and a number U. S. Carson, who is confined by Ill- of Indictments aro expected to bo re ness In the City hospital. turned. he COOPER BROS., BEAVI2II DAM, KY. BES3?W Good Year! lires i with the heavy diamond tread, which avoids slip page, will give you long service and more mileage per gallon o! gas. , 3 ACTON BROTHERS DISTRIBUTORS H W S nmaicnras HARTFORD, KY. WASHINGTON People are very busy making at molasses in this neighborhood, present. tho Tho Stork recently visited homo of Mr. J. E. Park of Clear Bun. and left with their daughter, Mrs. Ethel Lake, a fine boy, who will bo called Honda Elsworth. Mrs. Claronco Patton and sons, Ellis and Lyman Renfrew, will bo the guests of Mrs. L. L. Nowcomb, to- or Chevrolet Prices! ,.. F. B. Touring F. E. Roadster 490 Touring 490 Roadster 490 Light Delivery Truck .! night. Miss Coma Lake, of this place, who , '. recently underwent an operation at tho Owensboro City hospital, for appendicitis, Is Improving nlcoly, Mrs. Hurtloy Park, and little sou, Philip Ward, of Alexandria, spent Friday with Mrs. L. L. Newcomb of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bennett and daughter, Hazel, of Hartford, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Allen, of this vicinity. ; $975.00 975.00 525.00 525.00 525.00 All prices f. o. b. Factory. Taylor & Morris Motor Co. Hartford, Ky. IIulor worn Jointly i:ulited toddy MOt'oi: llt'SINKSS for the murder of Mrs. nudum' l little wns, ten mid four years old, t Washington, '.. .... Tho honio two miles south of AN nto, after n continuous session of Imny. July 12, last. ntnrly eight hour adjourned tonight Aftor the finding of the bodies by with the prospect that furthor con- the step'fathor, tho mother nccused ST.INI.KV HTIMi l'KJMTS VOK . Scn-'thr- lr Liberty Bicycles On Sale fljv&y fL . rvw J V abA VbuVe StruclrTt Uiaht 7 whenjou Light a CAMEL - mv "f i " sideration of tho anti-boo- r hill would go over ror several xveokn. Opponents of tho measure, In the fnco of a night session forced by dry load ers, were successful In their obstructive tactics, Senator Thomas Sterling Republican of South Dakota, In charge of tho measure, finally moving an adjournment. The opposition was led by Senator A. O. Stanley! Democrat, of Kentucky who In a speech of six hours argued for the maintenance of constitutional safeguards by requiring warrants for search mid seizure under tho prohibition enforcement act. Through a point of order made by Sonntor James A. Reed, Democrat, of Missouri, the effort of dry leaders to gain a recess for dinner was defeated, and after an hour mid a half of attempts to muster tho necessary majority In answer to (lunrum calls, tho futile proponents of tho bill sur- Hudson of shooting them In minor becnuso they had cut n water melon after having been forbidden to do so Hudson accused his wife of lMV killing the hoys. E?yv fJfWJfts Tho caso will conic up for trial ntxt week. &&: Health Brings Beauty Every Woman Should Read This - mm i wi" teU you that! For Camels and fragrance of choicest tobaccos, perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow-nul- wi?' laSte rendered. Another Effort rimmed Notwithstanding the setback, er sup- a. .TASTEthere'S K y-- CIGARETTY AFTER- - We TJUt the Urtnnsf- nuaMUr ; i 1.: u""- miu una uub iorana. Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money 'and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a cigarette. That's wiiy Camels are THE QUALITY CIGARETTE. &$ m WILSON RESPONSIBLE FOR HIGH NAVAL COSTS Csililcr Dcclari-' s SW would l'ot have been saved. "If we had cut down the slzo of our army Immediately after November, 191S $400,000,000 would have been saved without imparltig the national defense. "Notwithstanding the legacy of obligations left its by the Democratic Congress, the Republican Congress during the last two years of tho Wilson administration reduced the cost of government, based on estimates made by Democratic heads of departIn ments, by over $3,000,000,000. other words, if we had voted to ap propriate all the money asked for by the departments, our natonlal debt would he 53,000,000,000 more than It is today and a reduction in taxation would be Impossible. "This saving was made In spite of the fact that there was and could be no consultation with President Wilson. He had determined upon a foreign policy distasteful to the American people, and because we would not adopt his foreign policy, executive and Igislative teamwork for tho solution of the great Industrial and economic problems confronting tho nation was impossible. Indeed, not only was teamwork Impossible between the executive and our party, it was likewise impossible between tho aim wiu itsuuers ui uis uwn At'CIDKNTS COST I ItlMi IO YKAKIV I ' i porters of the anti-bebill plan to make another effort to call It up to morrow, but tho peace treaties are to be brought up and It is the expectation tonight that consideration of them will begin. The tax revision bill will be taken up .Monday. Senator Stanley In his address today declared that a similar contest was waged 160 years ago which is2lighted the spark of tho revolution and gavo birth ot the Republi" ES "Advocntos of tho ponding bill," If D ES K paid, "thln's the morals of ;a HB3 muulty are worth more than th libm erties of Me people." "Soam: of homes for cV.'.int. ho added, "was worse than the Spanish liKlulriltioii." "I would not ho surprised.'' S r Sterling said at this poind, "to vi the ardent advocate ot this mruMir BUB 8S calling attention to the fact and it is true that Washington, the distiller; Franklin, the brewer, and Pat rick Henry, a barkeeper, or their friends, wtre nefariously smuggling E contraband liquor into Boston. They were violating the law ; thrre Is no question about it. It was generally na-to- "I had been down Ilnnlston, Ala. with trouble of a feminine character for a good many years. I took lnicine from different doctors, hut it did not do me any good. .Then I heard of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and I ordered fouio of this medicine. I took six dollars' worth of it ami I would not take tixly fort lis good it did me. I surely rati prnfoo I Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription. don't intend to he without it in my homo 1 can get it. I would ndvw as lung as o cry xfoin.in that is Ijothereil with trouole from which women suffer, to uo Mrs. Yillinmon, this Prescription." lliintc (lot this Prescription of Dr. Pierce's in how quickly you tablets or liquid ami w dl have pparkling eye, a rlear skin imd vnn, vigor, vitality. Write I)r Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in liufTalo, N. Y., furfrco medical ad lee. 1 Tires and accessories, featherweight Motor Bikes, Motors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, Line Construction Material, Electrical Supplies, Shoe and General Repair Shop. If it's fixablc we fix it. Both telephones. MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP Beaver Dam, Ky. ijtoHJCSBH b be am era ana Db i I Pain s Read how Mrs. Albert GrcRory, of R. F. U. No. Q g I, Uluford, III., Kt rid of her ills. "During . . . I Q was awfu!lv weak S My pains were terrific. I J would die. The thought H bsanng-do- w it pains were fJ3 g gs actually so se vcrc I could not sland the pressure of my hand? on the lower J3 part of my stomach . . . ra g shiim ilii iis ii me was for but a short lime. My m to husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Uirlhday Almanac, he came across a HZffl, case similar to mine, and j "' :rccd when evcryihing Kse fails. In nrrvoui prost.-atloa::d fsmale ..':ncsse nicy are tha Buprnnf ilitfers ?- V9 j'rsn rrirWkTv - n U 4 Terrific Q ... . n STOMACH TROUBLE r..o txf.t niudiwine ever r a iru,;,;is ' counter. soli v e BE (r (Wis ! ' 1 Mothers use a-1 Qg violated." Senator Thomas i K. Watson. Dem- V V Da a I He Could Have far- ed Ship Expenditures Since AnniMire ly Half Jilllion. Washington, Oct. Senator Wil- HI Calder, of New York, Is of tho opinion that If the Wilson administration had cut naval expenditures within reasonable limits at the close of the armistice fully would have been saved the taxpayers. In a speech at the State convention he says: "In November, 191S, the American people awoke and realized that tho gift of speech was not the only gift necessary for the conduct of national affairs. Therefore, in spite of tho appeal of President Wilson, they Toted a lack of confidence In the Democratic party and placed our party in control of the House of Jlepresentatlves during the last two years of the Wilson administration. Our party also had a nominal control of the Senate by a majority of two, hut .this could not always be counted upon. During those two years our party struggled to reduce the cost of government and restore normal con ditions. The task was tremendous, party ui'cuuse inc nation nau just come out of war. Practically every departConstipation ment of government had thousands of unnecessary employees. We had The beginning of nlmost every so- built and wore still building a mer- rlons disease is constipation. If chant marine. Wo had contracted you want to enjoy good health keep for the expansion of our nrsvx mid the bowels regular. This is best ac- nnval docking facilities. Aramunl- - comnllshod bv nronnr iMot nnd nx- lion plants, armor plants, gas plants. ercIs0( but 80mctimes a medlclno is gun factories, Government housing needed and when that ls tho caso yol, uettloinents, rullroads. airplane fac- - win fln(1 chRmtmrlntn's T.ihlot nra lories, and many other Institutions excellent. They are mild and gentlo were owned or controlled by the in their action, easy and pleasant to take. Give them a trial. They only "Tho armistice found the Wilson cost a quarter. m Administration nlmost totally unpre. pared for tho problems of peace. FAIHV1EW Rome war activities ceased, but many went on without reduction in the exThe Falrvlew Sunday school closed penditure of public funds. One ueed for the season Sunday. only mention the operation of tho Rev. Ward Taylor will preach at Tallroads and tho Shipping Board as Falrvlew Saturday night and Itev. instances of war activities continued Joseph Acton will preach at 11 after peaco had come. o'clock Sunday morning. "At tho end of tho war we had Mrs. Joseph Acton has been on the completed only 3,000,000 tons of sick list for several months, but Is ehlpplng. Since then we havo fin- now slowly Improving. ished almost 9,000,000 additional Mrs. Dona Acton has returned from tons at a cost of $2,000,000,000, a visit with her son, Ernest Martin, of which is valueless, of Worcester, Ohio. "If wo had bpgun to adjufct our Mrs. Oma Hansell of Meadorvlllo, railroad problem Immediately after Indiana, Is at the bedside of her tho armistice was signed wo would stepmother, Mrs. T. J. Acton. - !.i Jiave Baved nearly a blMlon do::arTallroad expenditures. "If xve had ceased the building of FOR FLETCHER'S jiaval vasls provided for in tho program of 1916-1- 7 ,$500,000,000 Ham $500,-000,0. Gov-crnmetwo-thir- Washington, Oct.4. Moreone billion dollars a year is the exacted by industrial accidents in the United States! That's the estimate of Sidney J. Williams, secretary of tho National Safety Council. Williams bases his findings on a thorough invstigation of industrial ' accidents In 1919.' There were 3,000,000 Industrial accidents In that year. The fatal accidents, Williams estimates, resulted in tho loss of 6,000 working days each, making a total of 13S.000.000 working days. Temporary disabilities are estimated to have caused the loss of 50,000,-00- 0 days. Permanent disabilities caused loss of 115,000,000 working days. That makes a total of 296,000,000 working days the total time toll of 1919 Industrial accidents. Williams estimates tho averago daily wage of the workmen Injured at $4. That gives those 29G.000.000 lost days a wage value of But all that isrr't lost. The 23,000 men who lost their lives didn't have to pay for fod and lodging. That 0. was saved. That represents $331,-000.00- ocrat, of Georgia, took occasion to Interject that during the recess of Qongress, murder and other outrages than had been committed In his state by toll I went straight for some Cardui for mc lo try, 9 For tlie Children A Safe Old wprrni? u I B F i I prohibition enforcement agents. He recited several alleged cases, among them a raid upon a Methodist camp meeting where automobiles and other places were searched for liquor. If your child TAKE Si Fashioned A1 CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Mrs. Gregory. "1 continued to get better, all my ills left mc, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, and myself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feci like a new person. All 1 owe lo Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. Worms Seventy, fiveyearicontin. uouiuse is the best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep o bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy 30c bottle MjrourdnirKirt't or erne fat storr; or it your dealer can't uppljryou.iend hia name and 30c in etarope and we'll aend you bottlo promptly. E. 1 FUY. Baltnw.. ML Remedy for M and happy. starts in Its sleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks at the nose, has a had breath, fickle appetite, pale complexion, and dark rings under the eyes; It has worms; and as long as they remain in the intestines, that child will lie. sickly. White's Cream Vermifuge clears out the worms, strengthens the stomach and bowels and puts the little ono on tho road to health nnd cheerfulness. Prlco 35c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m XOTICK o WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment for WEAK LUNGS Subtracting that leaves a total of $SG3, 000,000 wage loss. Desides that, accidents led to expense In doctor and hospital bills. These amounted to 161,000,000. That gives a total of $1,014,000,-00- 0 as the cost of 1919 industrial Surgeons agree that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the first treatment is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic ls replied promptly, there is no danger of Infection nnd the wound begins to heal at onco. For use on man or beast, Dorozono Is the ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now for an emergency. and bo ready Price 30c, GOc, and $1.20. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. "Say, looky yur!" truculently demanded a citizen ot the Fiddle' Creek neighborhood. "Did you tell Tug Hornbucklo that 1 was an infernal W. D. Robertson, et al vs. Notice. Stock Law Election In Pond Hun Voting Precinct, No. 37. Pursuant to a Judgment render d by tho Ohio County Court, at Its regular September term 1921, notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday November 8, 1921, same being tho regular election day, a poll will bo opened for tho purpose ot ascertaining the will of tho legal voters residing In Pond Hun Voting Precinct No. 37, upon the following question: "Are you In favor of making It unlawful for cattlo or any species thereof to run at largo on the public hlghwavs and unlnclosel lands of Pond Itun Voting Precinct, No. 377" Given under my hand, this 9th day or September, 1921. W. C. DLANKENSHIP. 12t4 Clerk Ohio Co. Court 4 "Say! That dog of yours crawlod through a hole In your fence Into my yard, bit my mother-in-laon tho ankle, and chased her three blocks from. my house." "Sorry of course, but I don't rsoe that I can do anything. You havo tho right, of course, if you wish, lo start a legal uctlon " "Legal action 7 For what? 1 dropped In to see If thero was any chance fit all of buying that dog from you " w or CONSUMPTION A qutck relict for that tired, (efline. couchi, pains In cheat, night tweati, hemorrhage!, vealc luncs or coniumptiotr. If it dots-ss- t help you it coals you ssthist. FOR.ONE MONTH COLUMBUR OHIO MEDICAL CO, Lock box eift o J&; H-K-- Take Cardui J.S2 USE LI X V-VER-- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. Peoiiricht all tho time. Don't lay work for days by taking calomot Ver-La- x ofi-fro- M Every Woman "Wants pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam. motion.. Recommended by Lydia . Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healingr yronJer for nasal catarrh, tore throat and sore eyes Economical citrinrduiary H FOR PERSONAL HYi-.IFDusolvecl in water for douche itop NF S3rK7&&i&. aata. EAGLE"MIKADO". rleuiuis; and Kenucidal rower. ; when pleasant Lio- keeps yos on your feet, whilorcliovingyour trOuf le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tem and relieves constipation.,. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. bo long before Uv- - VoLa win completely displace calomel in everj home.; Children can tako it freely anf with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar sntccd. GOc nnd l in bottlca, Nona genuino without tho likeness and sign " turo ol L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by L U. 3VII.T.UM1. . Euuttortl M 't ' m liar?" "Nope!" was tho reply. "I 'lowed ho knowed it already." Country Gentleman. Old Lady I Irato Father Your dilatory habits annoy mo. It has been my rulo through life to be at myiesk early and lato. Licorrlglblo Son Same wlta mo dad Sometimes I get there early and sometimes lato. HSsW BBBSKjascawMiw PAM.:i m -- ., IT rviiiiinuri li Children Cry OASJ.ORIA hope, my boy, you on Sunday. PAItK.NTS AUK CIIAIIGKO No'am; I ain't Newsboy (sadly) AV1TH KILLING 2 SONS big enuf to carry the Sunday 'ditions Albany, Ga., Oct, 4. Glonmoro yit. Virginia JXeel. Hudson and his wife, Mrs. Uonnlo don't sell papers ASK TOR THE YEUOW PENOL WITH THE RED BAND Made in five Krade. EACIE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK NATION LEAGUERS TURN EYES tliThe am xventli d, Knew Kven planets or heavenly t OI( bod-- i KM FHOM THIS TOMH ' WARNS CAUTION OK IlUKYINtt from news dispatch recent Switzerland, concerning Rev. Geneva. Htiadenbacher, who, after having lieen declared officially doad, awoke 11 hours after his heart hnd stopped lieatlng, has caused much comment. A death certificate had beon mndo out, nrrangements for the funeral had bfin completed and tho newseulogies of papers hnd published surhim. Hut to tho amnzement, prise, delight etc. of everybody ho suddenly camo to life. Although much wcakonod, ho declared that his "call had not como yet," and doctors say that ho might live many yenrs. Thl3 lnstancc calls to mind several other casos, some of which however did not have tho same happy conclusion. In the olden days an Incident such as this might easily havo led to a premature burlil. and oven today In Germany, where bodies are placed under tho care of Inspectors for a certain number of days before Intcr-nion- t. there Is an average of ono resuscitation a year. At this rate 10(5 person! would be burled nllvo In a century. It Is better to be too cauKven tho tious than too careless. ancient Honians, who proscribed 111 days between death and burial, somc-- j times went astray, and rilny tells us thut the consul Acillus, who was pine- cd on tho funeral pyre, shrieked for help as the flumes closed In; but It legally was too late to save him and j he perished. Ilurial alive Is extremely rare now- - j adays, but there have bee nsome In- stnnies and not so long ago- - whro 'oplo have recovered consciousness whlli. they wore being placed In.tho tomb. A long time ago before Piedmont became a part of Italy, a young woman apparently died on the eve of her wedding, and the doctor declared hor dend from heart failuro er her coming mnrriag. due to Joy She was takon to the cemetery but us the first earth was thrown on the! (uffln noises came from the Intorior. The superstitious people fled In terror, anil only tho woman's betrothed had tho presence of mind to Insist on the coffin being opened. It was too late, however, and she lay with llf0 extinct, iu a position of horror and pain. In 1748 Lady Edgecumbe of London, after a short Illness, was supposed to havo passed away and was placed In the family vault after a tnouinlnjf period of a week. Soon afterwards a thief entered the tomb and attempted to remove a valuable ring from the finger of tho corpse. The rlug could not be moved and fearful lest someone should catch him, h0 crushed the finger In his hand In a vain effort to get It off. To his horror the body moved and he left with a frightened cry. The woman made her way out and soon was home again. Not long after a child was born to her and she lived age in excellent to an advanced A j I ! TO WASHINGTON ccr'aln i Last Hope For World Peace Rests Now On Action Over Here. Ocnivn, Oct. C .Disappointment at the absence of roiults attained by tliu Lrague of Nations sincn tin; last .assembly and hopo in the forthcoiu-ln- g Washington conference were the principal sentiments expressed in two today's debate by the assembly on dUurmnntent. Many Reals were empty on tluv Moor of tho assembly, the (piestlon hnvhiR been fully threshed out In committee. The assembly, howovor, wns aroused to considerable enthusiasm, partic-ttlnrl- y by the eloquent defoiiBe of M. Nolilcninlre, of Franco, ngalust of militarism brought against Lord Hubert Cecil, who hlH t'oiintry. presented tin committee's report on , tho said ho Imped lKirni.iui.-ntwould do Washington ennferenre muitlilng for the control of privnto trntfic in arms. I ...it Melbourne llruce. of AiiBtrln-liwho followed Lord Hoburt, said it w.h a matter of as much Intoreit to Europe as to Australia If bis coun-ti- y were obllgod to go on arming, i.dIoMHK the example of the Asiatic oiinlrlif-- . In order to protect Its 12,- '00 mile." of sencoait. (mil lopo In I'lirley. We ran di It." ho said. "Wo havo u.wn tu could do It during the w..r. However, we have groat hopes U Wellington conference will make unni,i,t"s.r for us to do so. Hut the Washington conference draws -. ,i, concrete plans, aro we roady to roA year ago the assembly .i,fl vpics ed the same wish. and tho ,r which has Just passed has been " ...ird Hobert then said: "If we ran nd oiil Jn-- t v hat appropriations for n t unents rc required to koep or- in the Interior of countries and protect treaties, then wo can find appropriations for u Jut what are required to keep or- r In the Interior of countries and n protect treaties, then wo enn find nit how much Is needed to satisfy the l.atrud ntming nations." Hjalmar Hrantlng. of Sweden, cx-- i reused tho opinion that conditions In m rnmitrles mado It Impossible them to begin disarmament now. "Hut that Is no reason why In othor counlrles should not begin Immediately." he said. 'All the countries would appreciate steps taken by the league In this direction.' Slgnor Schanzor. of the Italian deU gallon, said: "Disarmament not only h a guarantee of pcaco between nations, but also tho assertion of peaco betwen ila.ses. Tho Washington confei'enco has the same object in view as wo have. 1 want to express tho hope that tho two efforts will ultimately Join, but the Lcaguo of Nations must In any case go on with Its work without rejecting any In MS defense M Noblemalro. against the accusations of militarism agaliiht France, said: "Our atttudo Is tho saem as It was last year, and tho samo as It was In the hotel Grlllon In 919 when France Contingent demanded dlsarninmont, I want only upon nntlonnl security. to reject with all tho enrgy I am callable or, tho accusations of militarism that rortaln porsons have brought against France. war less than 'No 'irtie wants Franco, hecauso no ono suffers so much from tho. war as she did. Our soldiers, dying, cried 'Long live France.' Tho Gorman soldiers died crying, 'Long llvo Ctrmany.' Thero Is no reason why both should not llvo In pence. All Franco wants Is her Germany practically Is nocurlty. militarily, hut thoro redisarmed mains to bo effected, her disarmament In spirit." nccu--,.ttloniiijinif.-ictnre'nna, ,,.,-tcd . " I and each planet was assigned ft d.iy In which to proslde It w is believed that these heavenjy bodies had an Influence on earthly Iff iKronlliiR to their dl dunce from the earth, no the week days were named pftor them accordingly Day of th? Sun, ay of the oMDon, Day of Mare, Day of Morcury, Day of Jupltor. Day of Venus, and Day of Saturn. While tho English followed this custom, thoy BUhidltuted soveral Saxon names of gods, so our English names really come from Sun's dny, Moon's day Tiw's day, Woden's day, Thor's day, Frlgga's day, and Saturn's day. The Teutonic gods In question corresponded to thosu of tho Human deities. Ques. Why does a woman upon ninriyiug tako her husband's last name? Ann. This Is a custom handed down from the Humans. According to tho ancient laws a wlto renounced blood kindred ties to become tho property of her husband. For Instance, If n woman named "Julia" married a man named "Poinpey," under the Homnn custom she was known as "Julia of Pompey." Later, however, the "of" was omitted, hence tho prnctlcu came Into use for married women to drop their maiden name and assume the husband's surname. Ques. IMonio rIvp some good rulos to follow whim caught in a lightning storm. Ans. 'f you cannot obtain shelter In a house or other building, do not stand benenth a tree.( It Is better to get wet than run tliorisk of providing an easy path through your body for lightning on its way to and elm the earth. Oak, poplar trees aro struck by lightning more frequently than others but only they are common and high. It used to be thought that beech nnd Hint trees were Immune, but they aro not. It Is equally dangerous to bP eaught walking or standing In tho open with neither trees nor buildings near. You, as tho tallest object, are llablo to be. struck. An nuto, because of Us rubber tires. Is safe from being struck by lightning n.s long as It Is not standing In a pool of water, or If water Is not running In a steady stream from the machine. Though plan It sounds foolish, tho safest when caught In a thtindorstorm Is to lie flat on the ground In the open. A person would cot verv wet, bur would not be very liable to bo struck by lightning. Is roliglous denominationQuos. or losing? al membership gaining What is the Increase or decrease for , the Methodhi, Uaptlst, Presbyt.-.rlanCongrega'ional, oniau Catholic tnd Disciples of Christ' Ans. Tr.ktn a a whole, church mombershlp Is constantly growing. A few smaller denominations show a decrease but the leading bodies nil report gains. A 1920 religious census by Dr. II. K. Herald Carroll for the Christian shows a tota- Methodist .uiMii.li'rsMp (comprising 15 branches) of over an increase of 237.000 3 nc tho provlou.? yeai : 7,207,500 Uaptlsts (15 bodies!, an iiicvrnse of 12),000; ' for 10 Presbya total of - --' terian bodies, a unin of 43 nuO: about 809,000 Congregatlonalis's, an ; and 1 494,000 Increase of Tho latter body has of Christ. taincd 2G7.000 members slnco l'J C The official Catholic Directory for 1921 shows a Homan Catholic popu150.-00- 0 lation of over 17.S55.000. or moro than in 1919. The- Catholic figures Include 21.600 priests and j, 177.000 ia.i.vh:il sjhud children s se if CALL are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we t t i i For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, 1ST STOCK. i HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. J j have something to SELL or any- thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You t Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED I J t HARTFORD, $ KENTUCKY Taste is a matter of tobacco quality ' p '; health. ls-JO- Dis-cl'd- os drosslng for flesh A valuable wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed skin, .Is Hallard's Snow Liniment, It is both healing and antisepPrlco 2Sc, 50c, nnd $1.00 per tic. bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. OPKKKK TO ' m Sl:i.Ii WIKK OK WKKK 1'OH 1,000 y -- - CASTOR I A In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Tor Infants and Children &Sxffi& (jrKKTIONK ANSWERED What Is the mennlng and pronunciation of tho words "Sinn Fein?" Ans. It is Gaelic, moaning "for ourselves." or. nB ono authority puts "it "our own selves." It la pronounced as If spelled "Shin fano." It Is the nanio of an Irish society which is working for Irish Jndopundenco v quos. How were tho days of tho week named? Ans. Tho wook, or period of seven days, is supposed to hnve bson first used by tho Jews, who colebrntod Saturday us tho seventh dny, their sabbath or holy day. Most religions, however, consider Sunday Chicago, Oct. 0. Tho momentous question of what a wlfo is worth has again arisen. Harold C. Phelps quoted $1,000 as tho prlco for his wife, whom ho had married a week previously. Ho ordorcd her to prodtico $1000 or, ho would sell bur at aucjlon. Sho was granted a divorce- today. traded a concerJoseph tho wife and rogrots tina for his deal. Ho boggHl Judge, Jacobs to help him out of tho bargain. yoars ho was hapFor thirty-fiv- e concertina, but two weeks py with hln ugo. in an evil moniont, ho traded the music box for a wlfo. - , Qiis. SM.ll) IS SOT AS STATU SCHOOL Kl'.MI l'KH CAPITA J Tho toof $:t,970.l7S.90 will tal school fund bo apportioned among the countlos, cities and graded' districts on a basis of $0.10 for each of tho 050,849 school chlldron us follows: Ono hundred nnd twenty counties with 444.898 pupils $2,713,877.90; 300 graded districts with 63,456 puflfty-nln- o cities pils $387,081.60; with 142.195 pupils $889,219.50. Tho money Is usosd entirely for tho salaries of teachers. Frankfort, Ky., Sopt. 29. Tho mother of Ebenezer Erskine of Scotland was burled alive while In a 'opened tho trance. A grave-robbe- r grave and tried to tako a ring from one of the fingers, but the ring was We state it as our honest belief -tight and to savo time the robbed cut :&,. that the tobaccos used in Chesterthe finger off. She woke with a field are of finer quality (and scream and returned home, to tho hence of better taste) than in any great joy of her family. Mrs. Erskine other cigarette at the price. to be th0 mother of Ebenezer lived -Erskine, one of tho greatest pulpit Ligeett & Myers Tobacco Co. v who over lived. orators Few neonlo know that Robert R. ! Leo was born after his mother had been laid in her cushat. Mrs. Lee was subject to a sickness in which she fell into a trauce at timas impossible to distinguish from death. On ono dead occa.hn she was by ilM phjrlclan anil uciral' placed of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosblended Durlnz the funeral serIn n cofiln vice crks and tho sound of beating f camo from tho Inside. The lid was torn off and she was found alive alA year though nearly suffocated. son ohert E. Lee was born. later her A peculiar Incident occurred to a famous English doctor. He tells of a caso where n man apparently suc K1HTOHIAL KOK WOMEN sheltered one what it all meant, how different world, that was all. cumbed to apoplexy and whoso ! for which Uy Florence Uuvles. friends camo to tako n last look at i . tho dcninndwith labor on tho farms Perhaps tho story in U explains It fluctuated recent numtho season, how tho best Is the ono told Sho was decidedly ono of those tholr former companion. Standing around tho casket they proceeded to creatures who belong to tho farm country was tulles away from ber of "Tho Outlook" about Charle Unfortunate, we tlir, pi,tvlfii! ItiiliiRf rltil rmitf.ra. llfiw Lamb and tils curious aversions tind drink u last toast to the dead man's sheltered class. Lamb, with his usual memory. Ono member of tho party, say, because to bo sheltered front a uiMJlianlc or a bookkoopor might ho prejudices. way of speaking becoming somowhat Intoxicated, con- llfo means not to know It, nnd lgnor-aiic- o out of his olemont hi a hay field, but thut man." of llfo Is too grout u prlco to sho was unconvinced. "You iioror soe once said, "1 Just ceived the gruesome Idea of his dead "Why Charles." objected a inn- friend drinking a final 'toast .also. pay for comfort. Hut sho was com- a lot of women sitting around out of .1 !.., uuiiuuunuuue, I. you uuu IIi uyuu inui Much to tho others' disgust ho pour- fortable, this woman who never un- work," was all she would say. So, In spite of such halting polltl know Mm." ed some of the liquid into his' mouth, dertook anything more strenuous "Hint's It," acquiesced tho eccontrlo but to tholr amazement it wont down than trying to'koop hor check book j cnl uconomy as wo tried to crowd Into hint his throat. They gave hi in more and! balanced, and sheltered, and corros the fow minutos utter dinner, tho Charlos blandly. "If I hato him." the supposed J pondlngly Ignorant of harsh realities: sheltored one wasu't so very sorry 1 slowly but, surely It's about tho sumo with sympathy. corpse was rostored to life while the "ys," sho was saying, "thoy do about It. And yot there- - wusn't nnythlng If v0 really knew people and tholr mourners ussombled. Ho lived for say thero are lots of mon out of work. moan or really selfish about the wo- problems wo would seldom find our- -, I ovon rend about their being auction2G years a f tor ward. If u child had ben hurt or one selves without sympathy for thorn. I man. ed off iu Hoston. Hut I stty, now; And It wo really know how narrow why, of her companions overtaken by All you who havo torpid llvor, think that's protty dangerous or Illness sho would probably are the linos of somo of the sheltered weuk digestion or constipated bowels how would you know about them? havo hotii th0 very first to rush to his ono wo might ovon bo tolerant Inlook out for chills. Tho season is You might get n robber or or stead of impatient at their very laak hero aud the air is full of tho dtsaiiw why just any sort of porso'n. Of (isslstauce. germs. The host thing to do Is to course, I'm sorry for them. If they she had nover tried looking for of undtrstundlug. Hut get your llvor Iu good condition and roully tiro out of work, hut then I a Job In n year whan supply hud over"Do you ovtr sit down to dinner at purify the stuuiuch and bowels, Her-blu- e say thoro's always work to do, you taken demand, nnd so she know noth- your house with 12 at tublo?" ,Why, thore aro tho farms Ib the right remedy, It answers know. "What do you thunk I am, u mil: ing at all about the meaning of tho the purpose completely. Price 60c. and and everything, Hers was a Jloualre?" New York Suu. j oxplalu to the word "unemployed." Iu vain wo tried to Sold by Ohio Uouuty Drug Co. iu :'V" Si-N- S. ! Chesterfield CIGARETTES $M 1H I I .l -- MH '.T.;:ll.i 'I "'l.'.J.L.tATKF MmWff.TJi;iLJ.i;wy P.K.JW.L'1.". ' 'llllV'i.'UV' """ML,"'!!".' Vl.L HRHMMnvamRr o f VTt. & iM Sw W H t- - U, N fc &- V vx NG AS A E.SBE3r"") a a&i oi 851 vm - iksv J tf ,Ji..- ame , .si A3 -. wiA tS1 gy M ii (JSAiiSx m M fl, to a &J& a es ft H rIA m m SfcW L2 jpogFg m h !& Jv 7Jk oc lJJ ? . SEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY S'iCOFCtciy j o ctober a i C?La! Jam Sr'sBaHMl Jet Beginning Saturday, October 8th, 2921, I will open a store at Beaver Dam, Kentucky, and respectfully solicit your patronage. We have in slock for your inspection, the following: LADIES' READY-TO-WEA- R GENTS' FURNISHINGS Suits, Hats, Underwear, Collars, Sox 'etc. NOVELTIES Dresses, Sport Skirts, Waists, Coats and Suits, Underwear (silk and cotton), Hats, Gloves, etc. SHOES Shirts, Ties, Suitable for Gifts of every description DRY GOODS All kinds of Ginghams, Pereals, Outings, Domestics, Silks, Woolens, White Goods, Handkerchief Linen in colors, and many other things too numerous to mention. For Men Women and Children HOSIERY All kinds. ART NEEDLEWORK Finished and stamped pieces trimmings of all kinds, Embroidery hoops, needles and etc. Suitable for gifts of every description. If 37QU do not see what you want, ask for it. If we do not have it, we will get it for you. Remember the date, Saturday, October 8, 1921. ONE PRICE TO ALL FOR CASH. iMirTTTii-.'iTTr.j OMFt i. iw'rTW.'Wf.iytn.rfi'.'Tnvaw.AjjisM;!. j.'iuiw.'.,NL,r". time with relatives here. Mrs. Hettle Williams of Paradise, Is at the bedside of her father, Mr. Ab Hill, who ha3 been very HI for some time. .Mrs. Claud Dennett of LIvermore, wa the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Chancellor, 'last week. Miss Margaret Hunter has roturned home after spending a week with her nelce, Mrs Hichard D.Vnks, and Mr. Danks, of Nelson. Several from here attended the birthday dinner givon to Mrs. Dan Barnes lant Sunday. Mr. Claud Bennett of LIvermore, was In our country Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Claycomb, of Louisville, were guests of relative here Friday and Saturday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Harry Barnes and little son of Detroit, Mich., are visiting relatives here. Mr. Kstil Fulkorson died at his home near here the 23th of Septem ber. After fuiioral services conducted by Rev. Winchel, the body was laid to rest In tho Fulkerson gravo yard. Ho loavs a wife and two small children, his father, and a host of other relatives and friends. ONE PRICE TO ALL FOR CASH i,'.!r!nmyMu...'j:-'.'"f- I ioom and shot his wife over tho BEADS ODDLY STRUNG l.KAGUK ,'KAKS A PAULEY RIViVIJlY heart, killing her Instantly. (By I. D. Claire.) Mason's body was found hy a fellow prisoner when jail guards awakGeneva. Oct. 5. The second ened him at flvo oclock. The adsombly of the League of Nations The vision of God appears clearest murderer tied a blanket to a in the eyes of little children 6 o'clock tonight after re-journed at top of his cell and, electing Brazil, Belgium, China and ventilator at the nonpenuanont mem- - standing on his tiptoes, looped tho Spain, the four is a curable malady; Sorrow lower end around his neck and leap bors of the council. Shame Is a mortal disease his cot. Jail guards cut President Vau Karnebeck, sum-win- g ed from corpso and summoned Corodown tho I would rather trust my aft to tho uji tlio work of the session, said ilia I those who had expected from the ner. Roy Carter, who pronounced Infidel who says ther els no God than The night of the murder Mrs. Ma to one who league nilMclcs that would transfoim is Infidel to an honorable children, v &nddonly into a. paradise son had tucked their two the world tni3t. Oscar, 0, In bed and would be disappointed, hut the pessl- - Eria, 13, and had then retired. Mat.on continued ' inisls who, had predicted dissolution The parent who strikes a child In argue with her about a man with of tlio league would ho confounded hy to violence but corrupts tils temper. keeping the result of the work accomplished. whom he had accused her of enrag-ci- ', Obedience is not In the back, but In lie dwelt upon tho importance of the company. Suddenly becoming fired it the heart. ho seized a shotgun and c 'International Court of Justice and al-- a at her as 3he lay in bed. upon tho various technical organiHappiness escapes those who purThe building In which Mason mur zations t,ct up by the assetrbly as sue it, but appears unbidden to those dered his wife la the same house in real pi ogress toward the kind of who work with high purpose towaid tho league was or- - which Walter P. Stamp, convicted of noble ends. tho murder of W. Smith Kussl, ftmlzeil to bring out. himself for more than thirty- Opinions of a majority of tho . It is wisdom and piety, not wealth six hourf after Russell'3 death the gallons regarding tho work of the and fame, that bring the largest night of Juno 1. league ro divided, but the net Since his incarceration at the coun- measure of tranquility Into men's apparently give general ty jail Mason had suffored from mel- lhes. The assembly has done less and frequent atacks of than ardent league members, like ancholia according Thoro Is Infinitely moie pleasure in to Dr. A. M. HarCecil, thought it ought hysterln, Lord Koherl nett, jail physician. Ilia condition looking on tho world from above than Xo do, but more than conservative had bcome worse- as the date for his fronj below ,but the pathway to the .delegates, r.uch as A. J. Balfour, top is long and hard, and It requires it could do. Tho intermediate trial In Criminal Court, October 18, courage to climb It. legaided aB a satisfactory drew near. rosults nie The two children. Kria and Oicar conipiomUo by belli gioupa, To tho cultured mind wit is an Tho allltudo or tho dolcgate to- - are" tho Masons' only near relatives. Funeral arrargomnts havo not been ornament, to the stupid one a curse. wnid tho Washington conference on . made. iltt JLmllallon of nrmamoi.ts varies, Tho body will bo taken to his na-tjis a strange eparadox that huIt :u.outing lo tho situation or Hm diftown, Scottsvlllo, Ky., for burial. man love in Its highest reaches Is fluent cruntrles. Tho mall siatea criminal. that it is for tho largo nations to x iiiako a beginning in this direction; ItKPUULICANS LKAI) I.V I.OUIKVILLK HKttlSTKATIO.V A dust atom floating In midair U Vheiw Washington U. the proper plaie obeying a law as flxid and Invariable n beginning, slnco thorn alt Uci auoh In a total registration of 12C,-33- 4 as the planet moving in its orbit. J hi neatost armed nation1 will be Nothing happens by chance. for the two days, the Ilopubll-otulogathcr. Thtro Is also jjathord lead tho Democrats by a margin ttldarahlo skepticism, but most of tho To tho trained observer the budelegnto are hopeful. The delegates of 2,490. Tn those figures five prefrom Tuesday's nion oye may Impeach the language l bo nations more or leas dirootly cincts aio missing of registration. Tlio Wednesday tabu- of tho lips. Interthled in the results of the lation is complete are leticeut. The registration o.xcuednd hy ir,-J3- 4 To the miser gold is the greatoet the registration of 1020, whou, good, to tho student learning, hut to rt.NIJS OWN LII'K I.V "DKATU HOW" with ten products not figured, the thu good it is the kingdom of God. total registration was "110,038. In 0 Ky., Oct. 6. Louis Ma-- 1920 the IU publicans registered '.'Louisville. Those most tear death who hope the Democrats 45.BS8, and the to live again. who hilled his wifti, Klora Jttay Masou, with si nhotKun In thotr Independents 10,832. Inoreuses this $. In a reputation lost a star of hops worn at CSi ou Ui Hlxth struct on year over last are: Itepubllcims Democrats 10.170, Independents has gone out of the firmament of th night of June 1.1, banned hlmiwlf with h lilnnkM In hi cell In ".inurdm-m- " I 110. lift. g -r '' niw" of (ho county jail Hhortly OUUALVO. X "Put months I bave baea trylag to o'clock ycwtenlay ni(rniiK-liliucl len In jhII ulnae tho Bight Rrt a girl trltbeiU etieeeaa." "U'kat girl lifer y Ue tryteg Mr. JlaHi Wattdward and 41 lb iMiirdcr, wIicmi, during it family hava returned ta tha4rMM U ukotnaM (win a U get?" uMtMt. h teok arwr triy-MrmHH'eatfuL" Hm VttMHft. of .tRwr con-coal- rd te satis-''tnetion. m oon-forona, NOTICE TO TAX-PAYER- S I, or one of my deputies will bo ;it the following plnce-- on Hie chilis for tho purpose of collecting taes. Pleico meet me nt tin plai'f lnvutioiii'd Ii'linv: I'OltDSVILLi:, SntuuLi) . . .'.Oct. 1.1 Oct. 8 rrifOLS. 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