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Subscription $1.50 perYejuf NUMBER 16 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921. drfHfrf?bZ!7viiHflHi.'?BHKwv E. G. BARRASS IUpu'Iuan Niiiuiii c for County Court Clork "" R. R. WZDDIttG Republican . yr,4 W3f s &" Nomlneo for County Jadgo. " G. A. RALPH Republican Nominee for Sheriff. -- i. & N. TBUNK LINE TO COME THIS WAY Hartford To Be Waystation On Through Louisville To St. Louis Line the plain of the Louls-vlll- o iind Nashville railroad company to establish a trunk lino between Louisville and St. Louis lu of the Madlponvllle. Hartford and Eastern railroad and the establishment of terminals with a round house here, is given some rrodlt in local circles. Thf present tr.unk line between these Important cities Is la of Howl-in- s Green, and th M. 11. & E. connection would shorten the distance by nearly a hundie'd miles, why no moans trifling lonsldqrallon In these days of keen competition between tho ser rallroadi for quick passi-nge- i A leak In inca thr rerfatthful (fog hue tended tho flocks, watched ovor helpless clnfdrtii ahd guarded the iierBon and proprity of his mantcr. He Is recorded to limo heon Inconsolable at the death of "his favorito, and to have lingered at tho grave until death by .tiuwition .endod his mourning, but Mr. lllankenshlp's story differs from all of theso In tho maAnor of a dog's recognition that the man at whose heels ho was always found, had forever ended his footsteps. ltcforo his d(nth Mr. Ulnnkeiiship'i II. Rlankenshlp. ownfather, Mr. ed a smnll dog vhtuo habit was to bo oor at his feet. It lefused to at tach ,.. ,... ..... ... Itself to any other member t,of j' i.. 1111 11111111, I1UI IWld UUIIM.IUI. ,. ill ll "vie. In no other connection can the building of tho M. H. & E. be accounted for. As at presunt managed it starts nowhere and booh nowhere, und is. a liability rathoi than an asset It will bo rememto the company bered that ihs i oul was i cmpleteil about tho time tho war in Europe every-wlupset business calculations and that hoii t afterwards government McaDoodlod the railroad following system of the' country, w hlch no largo railroad undertakings were considered anj w here. Thf ulmost eutiro usclcsness of th M. 11. & E. as at present manag-e- d would discredit the Judgment of the builders of the road unless a miiro important utilization was contemplated at tho time It was built, ahd it Is a fair assumption tliut Milton II. Smith was too experienced a rallroqd man to have constructed a lino nearly fifty miles in length that promised v no results. Wo do not pretend to bo In anybody's confidence In this mattor, but a gonoral rumor, coupled with tho common senso view of tho matter, lends probability to the pioject as .outlined. Rlankenshlp. association with Mr. After Mr. Rlalikenship's death, and while ho lay a corpse in the houso, tho dog came into the room and jump ed upon tho bed. It was with some difficulty the dog was driven from tho death couch of its beloved master, but whfii torn awuy it rushed from thedoor und was never after Fcen by a UIng soul who recognized It. Whither It went or what was Its final fate will noter bo known, but its conduct,1 more volceful than words acclaim that in the cold 'form on tho couch. It saw the end of his fled to and pleasing association, it strango haunts In an Instinctive to moderate the sting of its misfortune. cf-to- ui te CHILDREN IX COURT Three small Rockport boys were before Judge Cook Friday, charged They wore with housebreaking. Paul and Darrel. sons of Floyd Raker; and Chestor Shaver, son of Harvey Shaver. Thoy ranged lu ago ft 0111 oloveu to fourteen. According to evidence given by the boys thomselves, they entered Jim Dicker's store, on Tunnel Hill, near Rockport ouo Sunday tecontly and stole a smull quantity of chewing gum and somo pockutbooks. They outered the sloro by going under tho floor and raising a board. After hoarlng the ovldenco the court placed tho boys under bond for good conduct, and allowed them to go In tho caro of their fathers, with orders for t'helr fathers to mftkp monthly roports on tho conduct of tho boys. a t n JUST A STORV OF A HOC! Clork Claude Rlankoiislilp a few days ago. It le n notable fact that In all the animal kini;dom the dog is tho only ,nno which has over peimnnontly at- Inched itself to man. Many other mil iiiuln submit to man's service, but t,ho dog Is tho only oilo that gives ovl- doucu of plcaiiue at his attachment to mail, iirnl such attachment has ei.u hi: e, smith mad o the dog the moat favored of till Republican Nomlneo for CommonIlls kingdom. wealth's Attorney Since the days of Egypt's herds- - Literatim) Is replete v 'th stories of the faithfuliws of the do? to his muster, but no such story over told 1s more humanly Interesting thnn one related to tho writer by County vllle, Kontucky the fhst of tho week. MOW SL'IT.S PILED Ho declined to bo Intel viewed, but it Is bolleved ho wrs looking ove- a Frequent sittings of courts novef piospoct to extend his Ohio rallronl flnally adjust all tho difforonces or into tho extern Kentucky coal fie'.d. people, and the circuit clerk's office Lou'svIIIo D nocrat.c election- - j3 the nover ending Mecca of those U'nTlroro con n, 11 vflnra mII f.! ti v J.1, ..w...w. UIU u..b Tn an i who feel themselves' amrrlevGd. WW7 E the polls to register last wosk. liaviag already voluminous docket the follow- iier carry a oon owei: uauy to una Ing suits havo been added sinco color to lie? claim of being a legal or the Septembor term voter. "When questioned by election of tho clicult court: "officers tho girl confessed alio was xfQbtk-- . . E. L. Gabbert has filed suit against only IS und that the baby was bor- the Louisville nnd Nashvlllo railroad, rowed for the occasion. company to collect a damage clajra-o- f For three months Louisville depu$500. The plaintiff alleges that ty sheriffs combed the city In search he dellveied a hogshead of tobacco to of a man against whom theyheld a the defendant company at its depot at lelony warrant, and Monday locat- Centeitown for shipment to Owena-bor- o, ed him In the county Jail where ho nnd thatthrough a long delay-ihad been all this time, serving a shipment the tobacco was damagjail sentence for the commission of ed to the amount sued for. another crime. Mary Gordon has filed suit against J. P. T. Gordon for divorce, on tho Mt'IIEMtV KXGAGES OFFICER plea of abandonment. Petition aver that the detendent'ls now a resident A number of Mcllenry citizens held of Canada. Th plaintiff's home a public meeting recently at which In Ohio county. plnnf for preserving order m tne Fellx Dommlngs asks for an order town were discussal'., a3 a result, of of divorcement from Willie Dom- -i was which a popular subscription mlugs, on grounds of abandonment. l.stirted to raise funds to pay ark(of. Petition sets out the couple was niar- -i Itcer to remain on duty there perma led in Alabama In 1910 and separatnently. Recently Mr. Rob McN'ary ed In 1915. of Fordsvllle was contracted with to Gus Austin asks for a divorce from perform the service, and he will lJo Austin, nllglng marriage in appointed a constable by the county Lula iyi:!,jui(l that Lula had refused to court. Mr. McNary Is n fearless live with him since Aijgust ,1920. inon, and will discharge Jiis duty to Plaintiff asks the court for an orthe satisfaction 6f his omployers. der permitting him to roteiln thcr, The disorders complained of seem OTTO C. MARTIN three children that have been bora to arise from the consumption of too Republican Nomlneo for County Attorney to the marriage. much moonshine, and officer McNary C. D. Ralls asks for a judgment a young exchange plunger cornered will mako bootlegging ?i hard life to GENERAL NEWS BRIEFED against the United Mine Workers of ) the wheat market twenty years ago lead in that community. America, Union No. C, and Lee Hill Cliff Slaton was fined $250 and und lost six million dollars by tho and Robort Tuylor, for $75. Plaintiff-TOIIACCO PRICE PROSPECTS sixty days in Jail on a charge of di.il. has again suffoied a big loss the local named had a buThe tobacco ciop is now in the states mooiishlulug, In tho Uicckouildge thiough plunging In liquor. Loiter is rial fund for its members, that ho circuit court last week Tula was said to hac hud ?a0O,000 worth of hams and Is practically all cured. was a member of the local, and that tho first moonshlnlng case to come old liquor and fine wines, stored pri- While this crop did not exceed In crop in Ohio the local had failed and refused to or to the advent of piohibltlon, all of aiea half the usual before the courts of pay him tho sum mentioned as a buIsom Majois, colored, was given which wa.s stolen from his country es- county this session, it was, porhnps, crop grown In re- rial expense for his deceased wife. flvo yoais In the penitentiary by the tate nAir Chicago, some time Sun- the most uniform W. M, Wnrdon files suit against conHopkins county clicult court, on a day, t cent yearn, and was in splendid began. About tho Cumberland Telephone and TeleRepresentatives of tho Irish peoplo dition until housing Majors charge of falso swearing. graph company to compel It to was atcUKul of making a falso afffda- - and of tho English government met tho time tho crop was being put In poles and wlros from his proIn nud it causing the arrest of two Inno- In London Tutsdny, to discuss pUiis the barns tho faU rains sot a largo per cent of it, and nobody mises, alleging as a tondltlon of sotlolntions cent negroes In the rase of the kill- for restoring satisfactory soonis to know just how much, was ting said poles and stringing said ing of the sheriff of Hopkins county lOtweon the two peoples. . wires the company's agent had con' a daiaged after being Among tho new tax feature of about a year ago. pioapect for well color- trite tsd to romoNethom when asked Tho price Thp LoulsWllo-naltlnior- o ball gamo bill .now pending In congress, and to do so. Ho also asks judgment for was broken up with a row Sunday, which will becomo a law at an early ed sound tobacco appears to bo good. The crop In .tho ontlio $125 damaxs "to said premises. while, playing on tho former's date, are the repoul of the oxploas, J. W. Docker sues John Dookor anil I iihu'i smaller tht.i usual, giounds. Decisions of the umpire freight, poHnenger and pullmun tax, cLiinity aero will probably com- wife for possession of ono-hu- lf and the handlers repeal of the excise on Humorous displeased a number of Louiivllllan of land, which he allogos defendants a pete sharply for the bettor grades. who rustled the luckliws umpire and and toilet articles and uio wrongfully lu pouosslon of o- sent tilm to covor for protectlou. The raise from $2.20 to 0.(M) n gallon on Same plnliUlff sues Wllllo Mlnton In the atts conduct of the mob gave tiu game by spirits uod for medlolno, and Claude Burton for posoion of und for txpurt. forfeit to Maltlmoru. 4 strip of laud 20 foul wfile ami 200 lowor Oil aicouut of prevailing England it striving to luoreusu her feet long, which ho allogfs Die d- -s export trade In ail offort to tellevo.' wages the Sou convicts now Working foailtwis re wrongfully and unlawsuffering of the unemployed, which In the road camps will be returned to 419 fully holding. ' the reformntoiy at Frankfort. number 1.GO0.000'. Mary lloll Leo files putltlon for A Kentucky errfp report estimates The Hcjiools of forty four of the Jivoroe from the bud unit board of fort' eight states exuol thono pf Kon- the corn crop at 89,000,000 bushols hur husband. Monroe Leo. Dufondeut as compared with 100.000, 000 Inst tucky In efficiency. This fact Is illrees cruel and l".aiiiiuui tiontmout us an argument for the adop- year, ami the tobacco crop at 337.-00- 0 Md rear of bodily hsrni nt the hutidi 1100 pounds us iiguliiHt 4C7.000-00- 0 tion uf the two constitutional amendof her huihmid. She also uiks th,o All othur pounds v In 13-- 0. ments to h vol oil on In. November, Wirt fur an order restraining tho crcps fill bsjow the yields of Inst by the friends of those measure. t. tfwdcHt fnim MiiwrtBK oa her with big fall oft in potatoes They urgue that mutters win' not bs She asks for eustody of Undr NATIIAMKIi IIURSON and fru'ts. in i do much worse. Jhlld Tho couple was married in 1919 Roinibllcjn Nomlree for Jailer. Homy Fllvcr Ford was lu Plue- Joseph Loiter of Clilc go. wha as , .. . ..:rz2m j5Jiak hcM,SSM: . .48! I that-couut- ro-m- oo hoi-soi- ly p, )ir, pre-utM- I mm. city is pnrlonco. A In a huuihlo stranger addresses hi in little cafe, refers to a HIGH COST OF LIVING unpleas- JQUiLDER'S DREAM ant air of condescnslon, Informs him that "thoy" nre attor him. former meeting and, with an STILL HOLDS INTEREST Hut llils Incident Is wlpod from his memory 't by illness In Paris, and ns soon.ns .'J&ulli-Millionaire Quits Job ho an well enough to trarol ho starts Lower Freight Rates And is Cut in Wages Seen As for a little village In England, the. JPaying $2,000,000 To cradle of his race, which his father Imperatives. Boss Enterprise. had told him to be siiro to visit when-ovho should ho In that country. Here ho establishes himself at a little Jfarjli-nd- . Washington, Oct., 10 Practical Mich., Oct. 8. C. Har- - Inn whoro ho Is the only fitie.it, and dynamic in a fortnight lie Is well, spending his completion of a majority report on Wills, rit fltotAmt'r. master mechanist and ex- - tlmo In walks about the beautiful permanent measures for the betterijzi inptnlluritlst, who quit a job country and in making friends with ment of business thrunut tho country wns effected today by the manufacffacrjim him more than $2,000,000 a the people. of the National . jMar M build the "model city of Am- So Is the stage set for Mr. Henry turers' cnnimlttco - tcsra," d Is pruvlnR his M. Hideout's story of "Fern Seed" conference on Unemployment. Wheth(l)uffleld, $1.75), n delightful book, er a minority report will bo submitWc state it as our honest belief SPltty-ltv- v miles north of Detroit Is for the Interest is held up to the lust ted to the full conference when It re mm-illc!- . that the tobaccos used in ChesterIn October 1919, It was a moment white the descriptions of assembles Tuesday was not disclosed. On the question of business readwhip, river hamlet of 200 Inhabitants. English rural life, the thatched cotfield are of finer quality (and TBkiiay thorn nro more than 3 000 tages, tho fields and the villagers are justment the majority of the commithence of better taste) than in any p tee was understood to hold tho view five prosperous Industries charming Indeed. other cigarette at the price. nearly 2,000 men, anci new Hut soon Corsant Is aware of a jthat readjustnront of wages and prices Licectt & Myers Tobacco Co. . Bd3wn rushing In so fast It Is Im- - curious attitude towards him on the downwards was u necessary preceto lmlld homes rapidly part of the people; It Is not In the dent to a commercial readjustment VsU1i - fxusrrh for them. least unfriendly, hut rather a sort of from which a revival of the nation's tVhnre two years nKo only a few repressed recognition, and he h;i3 one Industry could spring. In connection mst hnusrs nestled ns If clumborins or two singular encounters with some with the readjustment process tho lower there .nsr.the St. Clair Illver. tonay paved of the older inhabitants of the place. report was understood tooffavorgreater a A.atty in the m.ikiiu wnh inquiries concerning cortaln peo; freight raos to permit His . sightly horns with every mpd- - pie and places are met with a sort flow of commerce Passage of the railway bill tor tho school of surprize nt first ami then with a or. linprovciitent, financial relief of the carriers, now fciuusps, ji bank, postotflce, chic rc- - kind of polite tolerance. of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended One day. .wvaOwn hull. Y. M. C. A., board of while walking In the Holds, he has an pending in Congress, wns understood I to be regnrdud by the report ns an -- tuavrauTcc, municipal tirchcstra, niov- ifc.--r that playing golf. Thoy entor Into con- Important step in economic betterpictures and everything .i jois to develop the best In Its cltl- - versation and each seems pleaded ment, while the discontinuance of with the other, when a chance romark functions of the railroad labor board capitalized at on tho part of Corsant causes tho which come in conflict with the acTU little "bank, flBM,(inn. has deposits of $500,000. itrang?r to stiffen up and leave with-- I tivities of the Interstate Commerce sftTYSLTOI Taw polici- - department, clad In out n word. On returning to the Inn Commission was regarded favorably. Legislation changing the Adamson 'STOSVklaMou metropolitan uniforms, Is Corsant finds that he has taken the , I I 1... ' but there Is no Jail. stranger's Jacket by mistake and. !,..!.. '"' u...i. ... .. .. TSmrn is .IK) need for one. The po- - searching tho pockots for something '" Mftot Vhpj. lmsy acting as traffic of- - that may enlighten him as to the reauiiy accomplishing industrial ro adjustment. On the subject of taxaname and address of the owner, ho w tion tho retort was understood to faIndustries, one j Two additional finds an open envolopo addressed to e vor a program lightening unnoces- 1,200 men, have purchased lilmuiilr Tliltil.-ltiIt mlr-li- t ln n Int. I 'y burdens, while at the same time ftsanrj- - sites. Several others are ter of introduction he opens It :ltl(, provldlng ample revenues tor the fod- a minting. receipted bill showing that finds a VThBre once the rural fisherman in London two days ago L. Corsant e"' "vernment ji Lck of unanimity upon various CI XA.3tC a away the days with polo and had slept and broniufnsted at a lit- H m fen tu res of, the report was Indicated ftSf ,!L XJ fite. 1m being built a big steamship 37 liV7 '27V au VfO by committee members, who, howdfxusing things tho man mint have been TJa village is well situated so far his name, but rejects that theory ever declined to discuss tho report . rLmiisiiortation facilities are con- - when he recalls the stranger's face until it was made public at tho full Car Owners want more rubber on the tread where the wear is confernce. tvfamn. lining served by a railroad, m- - and manner. hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and The resignation of V. II. Stack-hous- e, "flwmrbiin tracks are to be moved at a The first clearance in this atmospowerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non of Springfield. O.. as chairman ? $1,000.00(1 so as to run thru sr phere of mystery comes through Ceo. of the committee, which Includes Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give wain street. man. part Samuel (Joiupurs and Charles M. Grayland. a handsome sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of village was is now ;ypsy, "STliure the old into the who gets Corsant the car owners. rclory district. Houses that have ehurch tower with him. demands his 'Will wt announced. Mr. Stack-- j house said he was compelled to re-- J fcuMtn moved already will be piclc- threateningly asks nun home on business. James A. rsal name, and Below mPtxj 7ind taken to the new reslden-ik- why he is masquerading In the vil- Campbell. E Youngstown, O., lUstriet. or torn down. 'ane under that of Corsant. This named ns his successor. j to u. lti'Mill of leads to an explanation and the nlr Emergency measures for tho relief J "5Saclc of all this Utopian begins to clear. The Cord Tires built the Firestone of unemployment adopted by the cdnNow and then they are empha4iiRt 1 the story of one man with a youiiR man Is Laurence Corsant, the ference were said to be in operation -' way could not fail to produce sized by unusual instances such .nini mnd ceaseless ambition whoso Knglish representative of the name, in mileage. Every day, from all over all parts of tho country. as quoted below. Performances vinO'. too says, is to make a man the country, comes the word that just bark from the East where he like these demonstrate the ulti.'MtJii'Snf "home, his work and his play. has been doing some work for the 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 miles are mate possibilities of Firestone Accomplish these three things Government, unrecognized ofncially, frequent and consistent records. . Cords under careful driving. airii v man will stick," he says. but nevertheless of the greatest imSeP- 1921 StpL 2' At 12 years of-- ago Wills was n portance. He had been captured and 1 j Firestone Tire & Rubber Co., The Harvey E Mack Co.. At 40 he had Thirteenth & Harmon Place, nass'fl.tnist's apprentice. iacVjonville Branch, tortued by some of tho natives nt the Minneapolis. Florida. v wiwiuvl 'himself up, thru and out of Instigation of a German at work for Gentlemen: Gentlemen: I I ubmit herewith the hiitorjr of a 31i '.toUitrmle. .From lOOIi to 1919 he his government in the same part or It occurs to me that you might be Interested Cord tire. Thii tire hat run S7.000 milei. in the mileage that I obtained from the set of of production for Hen- -, the country, and it was no thanks to in I have retreaded it seven times. Tho average Firestone Cord tires on my Dodge coupe. The Br JONATHAN BRACE mileage to each retread-In- c first tire went over 20.- ry?rJl. And Ford was paying wills im that Corsant had escaped with his . was about 7.000. I uuu mues. XXIX IOWA ine second think you will agree this Tiiws Is said to have been the biggest life. George Grayland, who had been tire rolled up a mileage is a remarkable record. State of between 34.000 and . alTy In THEf Iown It is especially unusual part of the 33,000. These were both with young Corsant for a as I know the own-- r to rear tires and had been with a fortune said to time, at ones recognizes this man in v J2imnver. be a severe driver. How'was originally cut considerably by " Davr. totaled more than $4.000,000., ever, he gives his tires chains. The two front by occupied Leonard's description of the strangproper inflation. The tire tires have gone better u n his job. He set out er who had spoken to him In the 3VUfe throw in question is not yet the Iowa Inthan 33,000 miles and are out of service and has ' tt fcnUd still In sood condition. I dians. The acn iiutoniobilo according to Italian wine-shoYoung Corsant every indication of being espect to get at least sufficiently strong for antual meaning 40,000 miles from each of 'Sj wn ideas In a city built accord- - has come down to his old home wishother retread. I am I need scarcely them. of the word r i mailing photographs unsay that the Firestone zr lo' tils ideals. ing to live quietly for a time, only to has been Interpreted in several der separate cover. In this fabric tire as In our cord tires Cord will be my tiro of Mavyville Ls so find his distant relative thero before Erer- citizen C. U. Penney, only Firestone resources and esperi. choice for the future. ways. Some say It means "beauence can provide this quality at this rum uy, a is. Archie II. Heard. llisiastlc and backs Wills so thoro- - him, and mistaken for him by all the tiful land," but the more likely I price. o an usalle H14p.. working seven days a villagers, for there is a strong VjrmtiBt they're Minneapolis. derivation Is the Algonquin word j. "ujawn" which means "across" wmk mid .twelve lo fourteen hours between tho two kinsman. or "beyond." This was probably w& ta!:Q to help him achlovo his This Is a pity, for aLurence has some applied lo this tribe of Indians papers in his possession which Ms by the Illinois tribes who were VWuIb originated the Idea, and his enemy ls nnxlous to obtain, and the hostile to them, und resided on countryutHkftiy ins made It possible to go uws spread through the the eastern side of the Missis-sipp- l Swul with his plans. Ho easily side of his return. river. The early white visroadU'linvp been a virtual dictator of A few days lator Leonard, needing itors to tills region Included Marquette und Jollet, who landed 1'tt wily. Hut he has, with the help 30ino money, repairs on foot to a hero on their explorations of tho .wnther former Ford lieutenant, abarby town and there discover- that Mississippi In 1C7JJ. JMtat.lt. I.ee. built up such a tho man who had spoken to him in The first settlement wus made organization and put things so Rome is on his track, and the rest-o- t . by n French Canadian named WKk In the hands of those living the book Is taken up with the arrival Julian Dubuque. He obtained of tho German with a friend to aid Hri that there Is no friction. In 17S8 a large grant of land .5t. trnmniV-slo- n form of municipal III in In obtaining tho papers, and the from tho Indians, where the TOBcvmniont was orgunlzod with a uaunrc of h'ls clrcunivontlng h; Leoncity which was named after him now stuud;. Hero ho nourished, vmmxaw directing Its huslr.e?s af- - ard aided by George Grayland. milling leud and trading with tho tmSn. "W. II. AVatklns. niBiiagor or goes to town and asks LeonIndians, until his death In 1S10, HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. W Detroit Tigurs when they won ard to stay at his house during his when this settlement was given '."ttadi' )iMiiaut. Ih village president. a plan which suits the two up. conspirators extremely woll. Thp With the acquisition of the tlon or tho nillroads In miilslng error- - in thu npar. or hours, Is shown by evidenced Uh power to cover a half drossing for flosh foreigners arrlvo, and there, is a good .!. raJiiatoltt Louisiana Purchase In ISO.!. tlv th, conroronct,-retomnKMiila- - ,.xl)orllnoll(a con,,uctll(, y mile In :i 'hours, while, tho black blowtll0 Iown, which was n part of this burns, scalds, old aoros. rash, iceno whoro they uro routed. tlons huh unilurtitMuil to huvo boon , ., huge territory, ctimo Into the i raiiiuuitiiiiKy, tinned Iw4 skin. Is llallurd's Snow hlul- Htati.B I)o- - fly tritviloil anywhoro from half a , tontlwod by a nuinbor ot railway ox- hands of thu United States from nillo to 11 nilloH during tho first twn $100 Reward, $100 MM, It Is both healing and antlsep-tl- r. ocutivoK in conforunc'o today with linitnirint ot Aitrlonlturu. The oust) days France. At first lowu was u roloaso. Tho house fly covcnil The readors or this paper will bo Trtee 25e. 50c, and $1.00 per Soorotary Iloovur. Tho axeuutlveti nr(j with which flloa titivol many iiiIIwh part of tho Louisiana territory, Micro Is at over fi iuIIoh iMtflu Sold by Ohio Comity 111 tig plcasod to learn that that science least liiidorstooil to huvo ovitlwicoil "tlmlr tho iiiiinrlniii'i of i;enoral aii- - Obvtirviitlniiu In lews than 24 liourK. one dreaded disease then of Missouri territory. Lator bus nt !.. iii.l,.,... i.iulit in been ublo tu cure In ull Its hIukbs and willliiBiiosts to oinploy att niiiiiy ua Itary moaaiiroa to dostroy bredliiK it formed u portion of Michigan u,.,.ni- ..e Shoal off ti... that is catarrh. Catarrh LmiIjik Kreutly territory and then of Wisconsin iioualblo on liiniiituuuiiRu to ald in lilacea. Inltueiu-aby constitutional condition ' i)l to show that flloa eomo down ho requires constitutional treatment. territory. In 1888, howuvor, It .MltNTINC OM.'K DOITHLK Hull's I'ly flight taata woro coiulncted In niftftliiK tho Ktneiiil iltiiutlou. Cutarrb Mdiclno Is talien Internally ami nttulnod a distinct Individuality acts thru tho lllood on the Min'oug Surnorthorn Texan .whoro aiiproxltnatulv wind from Cuba (95 mlkw dlntant), when It wus foruiotl Into the (24 lulled dUtnnt). and veil of thM Di'wut a surprlto to Leonard Cor---- facesluuiidatmn System thereby ilonti'ivlmr 234.000 flloe r nmny differont tliu iln siwii,; t.i. lowu territory. , When tho ohott feeli on tiro a at times from tho Manni"" wliKii ibo Kir! In thu office of pulleut straiiK'b by building up tin- - vn Pioneers hooii emtio in large tli Itmmt burn, you huvo IndiKeti-- : ,,,.,. and dotnit , from Koy Wost, Phi.. 40 mlUw nvray. 1 ifMin)il company on th duck at blltiillon Tho .taihlnK imtuie in so II-iih..-i-Ith wnik. proprietors liavo numbers and about 18,'!2 a subtlon, and you nootl llerblne to Bot ""Z, ll'h .1 ."',...'. ' ""''"- - Tho inaxlnium ,,tuncj trnvole." iy htuichiiig- - faith In the 'iiialivs power of Mjuntir.iu reioxnlsud him. stantial settlement wns madu 1'ntnrrb JIkIIoiiip that they olTer ' rid of tho dl.Krooablo feelln. It MFhl''nU , Tv '.,. Houio fly In ulM0 experlm-- n tH ", "" r,"" " Vy toned an official paper for him Dulliu for any case that it fuit near Ihii'llngtoii, und Dubuque to viin. bVnil for lift nt teitlmonial.'. drlvet. out badly dlswtuil fond. Wail Ia.l4 , u depressed aiiiHsemeut wns founded In lSJJil. The popuWfteu Addros !'. J. PIIKNUY .t CO., Totedo. " d" ,Bl0.r,lata '" " -tlnmitlum. the Ston,auh and lation grow so rupldly that In Ju Iter iMiwors nf ri'collectlon, compU-- j OlUo. SulJ !y a'l DnigsUta, 75c. thu ...... of rolealo. .. f . .1... i....i ,W -a- -o .v,o. i,.i IS 10 Jowu was admitted ns tho UVf, OIIIU uppear-.- .. "UnrntAl hliH on his Improved y.llv niannu nf llmun on...,.!...... .traps, . twimly-nlnt,'' ' ""' Ohio County Drug Co. Mute of the Union. 111 Llfs liisuraiiuu Agent .My dear Uffltl .llUutl,ll, ... .lnl.,....l... . lis wus ou his Muy hums to .., ,...nu..., i luiuijiiiuQ mo direc-ii Its ntvu ls r.0,117 square miles years xpeut in tliH sir. havn you iiuide tiny provision for .'AMftTka after sown tion und fllfiht of dlfforunt Hpocios of und It lint thirteen presidential ?or Infants and Children Mi.WSlMtK.MKNTS SHOW FMKS ""Mttr Jtam. iiniI lit path Iwl throiiKh flloa. electoral vots. tuutt who eomo arter youT TIIAVKIj I.O.NU IIISTA.NCKS "rltl0, Fmiiee and Upland. Luiullng Tho tulH showed that tho flies, In Use For Over lowu Is fuiiilhirly culled thu Years llarduppo Yos, I put the dog at flmlu Hull' Iuujj iliilli-lil-- I ! Iliiwkuyo State. after rcKulnliiK tholr freodom, would Always bears ( by JlsCluto Nwrsr SynaicatO " 'U the servant to say the That tho Iiouho fly not fhan he nail itxpwtiHi. but liuforu tJ' trnvol dlBtancoB up to 1,000 foet In ii i Signature of " &H ' '. 'SCuiTlns Home lis bus u curious ox- - I'm out of town. iniikcs a Journoy of 0 to 6 mlloa fw niliiutoe. Tho Borow-wori- n !fly er Taste is a matter of tobacco quality niiiltl-iulllllKiIr- e, clear-sighte- . om-lrln- 3rs, Cheste rheid CIGARETTES "J to H u&w i aapjoli "-- "s .".. ..... m om-lik- i' ! mmMME MA sxtrar mary Mile msf iw fff -- a.t -- r fa , V X Read Letters . Vi-io- Records from 29,000 57,000 Miles golf-playi- i Co-ope- ... -- - The Story of Our States mN '. "" Fire-ito- 1 p. 30XSTCIiO EXTRA STZE NOJW FABRIC tBYz '" - 13 P '! - r itfy"fc.' TIRE ,,. , I.au-ronc- e- iaegietxruas t - "wvtli, ;. j j i ! ,. mj I", i ml ?," - ?" ,,.'.!., ', """""": ' - h """1 CASTOR 30 , t f lr -- I m KAKTMAN KODAKS WATKRMAN FOUNTAIN PKNS We .Will Soon Be Moving! "s In order to take care of increasing business we are forced to seek larger quarters. As soon as completed, we will occupy the Barrass Building next door to the post of Ace. Our new store will be furnished throughout with modern fixtures. No exdrug store in pense will be spared to make it the most complete and western Kentucky, and we assure you that our present standard of quality and service will be maintained. up-to-da- te Beaver Darn Drug Company "The Nyal Store" Beaver Dam, Ky. Wl ITMA.VS I glorious privilege of human faculties, has gone, both ns an Ideal nnd as n potent spirit. Tho conception of work ns a degrading servitude to bo dono with rcluctnnce and grudg-- , ing Inefficiency, seems to be tho Ideal of millions of men of nil classes nnd I i nil countries." Tho great enigma, then, which this sltuntton propounds to us, nnd which, "liko the riddle of tho Sphinx, wo will nolvo or bo do-- I stroyed," is this: "Has thc Incrcaso 'In tho potential of human power, through thermodynamics, been acIncomplished by a corresponding of human crease in the potential character?" Unfortunately,' "A mni,s morality has ben substl-tut- d and for Individual morality, group morality generally Intensifies tho vices moro than the virtues of man. What was true of Germany deIn lesser was truo although gree of nil civilized nntions. In all of them, tho Individual had boon submerged In group formations, nnd tho effect upon tho character of man has not been beneficial. "There nro many palliatives for tho evils which I have discuss)). To In men the love of work for work's sake and tho spirit of discipline,, which tho lost sense of human solidarity once Inspired, would do much to solvo tho problem, for work j Is tho greatest moral force In the If we of this generation can i world. ' only recognize that the evil exists, past remc-- I j then' the situation is not I ! feft .MM f.nntpntslSEluid Drachm; uAo I Mm, For Infants and Children; . Mothers Know ThatL sSSft VUm J similntin-ilhcroodtiyRuta- .tt'H tfvtAfi il uu arti3"3. ,mJfrc 11 i - Genuine Castoria ' . rnimt.-- .l PEIt CENT. Always . ' v tinrtificStomadisandnarclso in Tlicrchy PromoUn DKcblion. Cheerfulness ana Bears the fjK M isw Signature i Mncral.NoTNAitcoTic, J!cc!p'XKSmZMaSA JtothUiSaUt ;?i k CtanfirdS'&r him Sir N fta I '1115' Blare fV;1' i.inrIRimcdvfor ConslipntionandDiarrhoca. B' I, :i.w teFtlri SctfSf 1 r,,i T..nC.SLCEP ihcrcftonvinlnfan- F.prishncss rcsullin facsimile SijoaJLoC InECENWCTCoHP-oa- j rilOCOIjATKS KVKRSHARP PKNCILS dy. j 'I havo fnlth in the inextlngulHha-'bl- e spark of tho Divine whfch is in jEWJ Ovsr Thirty Tears For tho human soul and which, our com plex mechanical civilization has not n mi npai n u n m n lm n n r "ki'. Of this, the World extinguished. VAIZ i All thfi rn mfia In tf cnlf n nrnnf. JV, liei-M45 lit spasmodic nor its Exact Copy of Wrapper. lnlior lias not I"""' ont IjAWIjKss aci: A SAIA'VriON "ARMY tmi etNTun cowan, i ironn eir fVl resources of mechanics and has iEBSm rkpoht ox prohibition material cheap, and what Itup takchemistry wero utilized to coerce the no many years to rnlso would en Contempt for Inw nnd the present iln,an SOirf, and all proved ineffectu-rovo- lt Mirely takes as many years to pull The Salvation Army in In n peagainst the spirit of authority i down. Therefore, for the future, we ap- make this ago eminently "one of culiarly advantageous position for "Tills thoughful and philosophical are unafraid. The coining generation counterfeit," said James prating the results of prohlhltlon In' r .., ,.., without alcohol, educat fliiune andSolicitor-Generaddress can not fall to rxurt consld; of thc!orabliJ Influence," believes The Uc- our great cities, u matter which has , ti ,n tl(J hjHtry of Its ajmsus against M. Heck, heen the ruliject of much dispute. In ji,yKonp commorco, and morality, I'nltcd States, in nu address before formed Church Messenger, and It Ameri-- 1 flflL'E a ncent number of The War Cry, j w, nlugtPr vast all army against the recent convention of the ..... at Cincinnati. !, tc Commander Kvnngollne llooth of the (Jor ftutn. KrctMt foo as to pro-- , ri.ii Uar Association ,,i country makes what ' (icl fmJ1 ,ujy an(, every je(ipar,ly lno the speaker rejecting the easy theory wthn hcr powcr to br,ng her ch. Army In this tj may be considered an official report UKation which safeguards their nu-o- n ii.ni uioso symptoms oi a grave maia- - (lren ,)ac,. u, .the ,nw an(, tho tCR. ; m M H :.r.- - merely ;i reacuo in uw world . the early fruits of nation-wid- e t,onu, fo .... f- ,nanIr tllpm ,..th tl,e .,. w.. , . . w I fc'k.. iii The Hartford Republican has made a spedaS War v:ii ii.ii i i ;i ..! iiu . lioozors imj pinhlbltloji. Hy tho Constitutional Amendment vision which alone can bring guidance .. ,ne!,suro has been nes which now seems to bo characestablished Army Institution clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercfa? been an f tronii,ition and restraint and make life decent, ork City lor a long ume. Pnncled that will do more to bring teristic of the whole w'orld nnd which tolerant and brotherly? In New Of all men j Appeal by which we will furnislftboth papers for oeg Year by year, writes Commander ,hu KIIg(lom f Gmi ,)on carth than Is said to be so much evidenced In our in the world, Christian pastors have -own criminal statistics, evokes symyear for the low price of tllu colobrated y we have in llooth. the largest responsibility Hy otiier single piece of legislation; Thanksgiving holiday from six In tho f()r fho rnm (lpmon ls thc foundation pathetic response fromVsomo of the emphasizing the truth that 'the duty morning collecting tho drunks rum ,ml th i,0i8terer.p 0r almost all religious press, and George K Foster of everyone consists in respecting tho declares In America (Catholic) that the park bonches, feeding thorn, and 0V8 Therefore history Tor rights of others.' -- The peril of the them up, and savins them tcousn08g hag uecn made history that "the citizens of this country should hour Is that classes and individuals with huge and lasting results. Hut will live, for activities havo been set be grateful to Jlr. lleck for his time- are trying to diminish other people's ly warning of tho perils of the lafct year they were not there, and in motion for civic qnd national betrights and then enlarge their own. The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest u"?Xve gave thc day to tho poorest future." Par from cuusing And tho wages of lawlessness is chao3 terment thnt will never stop until all tho moral sickness of the ago, says und death. and best papers in the South and we hope to receire children of tho great city." And hero evil ls dead." the Solicitor-Generin his address mm llooth finds "one of the Commander It Is a gloomy picture Mr. Block many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar ansi2 as published in the daily pres, the Surprise. most significant of the early results An Agivi-ablhas drawn, cays Tho Catholic Vigil seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send 'World War was In Itself, perhaps, (Grand Rapids) "a picture that is of prohibition" as far ns tho Salvabl,t ono of lts lan' symptoms. Some nil chmlnw " TTn spp.s tradition your subscription now. Don't delay. Ai.nt tfc,. vonrs npn hnn f wns tion Army ls concerned: "It means that In tho futuro we .suffering from a severe cold on my of "JP contributory causes or tho t Mdo ,)y a Beneratlon whlch tel by this loBaliln Us w,d debauch of freeaom has shall have less to do with the grave, lungs nnd coughed most of the time vorA to do with the cradle; less night and day. I tried a bottle of uthorly are reluctance to obey laws j and more wn Ug herltBBe to the winds and binding up of life's broken plnnts, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and regaruLu as unreasonable or vexa turned its drunken steps Into the tious, the law's delays and laxity in and more training t life's untram-mele- d was surprised at the promptness with darkness." Then, vines; that more of our energy, which It gave me relief." writes Mrs. administration which havo bred a "What Is to be the outcome of It will bo James Drown, Clark Mills, N. Y. spirit of contempt, and the rampant all? Tho supremo our Ingenious methods, test of man's thrown into tho work of prevention, Al.inv .innthnr hnn been surnrlsed and Individualism which began in tho building came ln the World War which in tho final analysis must bo pleased with the prompt relief afford- - eighteenth century, with Its excessive which focused the manifold weakh "shts of man and m e,nPhasIs so much more vnluable to tho home, ed by this remedy. nesses of that building; tho strain NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES small stress on man's duties In ., and tho Kingdom of God tho nation was too great. It Is no longer a proof of his contention, Mr. Beck Inwork of HAWKKVIM'K I'OSTOKKICK than even tho most worthy crisis that confronts tho world, but of tho criminal KATK1I UI ON TOBACCO MAILS stances tho records cure." a failure, the same falluro that conWhen Cleaned and Pressed ore courts and police dockets, frequently Who better than tho Salvation fronted the race at tho dawn of Army, it Is asked, can speak of tho Hawesvllle, Ky., Oct. 8. That the mentioned In the press; violations of things, the failure of humanity t.o the Hoffman Sanitary results of tho banishment from tho post office in this city recently chang- - t,,e sumptuary laws, which in the case get along without God. Wero every prohibition statute have Steam Press. streets and hovels of the poor of 'this ed from a third to a second class of- - of the ,n invention ot tho mechanical era wipfines "BBregating an estl-i- n y liquid fire nnd distilled damnation?" can bo easily understood by those 8ul,eU at n single stroke, huout ed a position to know of tho amount ,ate of $300,000,000; and "an Sho answers that tho Army's social manity would bo tho richer; there WK cleanlhgr crease ln nlne years of near'y 400 Wo havo the best equipped and most Is dally passing through this of- secretaries report that drunkenness would bo less poverty, less discontent, ... . pressing estamisnnieni in una anuu i mo ' among the men frequently tho Army flee. On Wednesday of this week a "cr cont ln tho comparatively narrow less maddening money fevor than o .; first-clasrvlce guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel. Btfe hotels and Industrial Homes hns al- Clarion representative happened to snhcr6 ot tno Federal criminal Jurls-b- there ls We have simply service and all work guaranteed packages. We give most entirely disappeared, that men lounging around the post office "ctlon." Nor is tho spirit of .evolt taken tho wrong road and wo have secular laws. tMnk who formerly could hardly support whon tho mall was sacked and was 1Im,ted reached tho Journey's end." about OUR PRICKS to be taken to tho depot for neck for he sa's: Howover, Tho Churchman (EpiscoA. themselves from day to day now Cleaned nnd Pressed "In tno Greater sphere of social pal) thinks that if Mr. Beck wero to one ho- tho evening train going East and tho possess savings accounts. In men, who before pro- eight o'clock train going West. There ,lf we n" tho sa'no revolt nK"nst look beneath tho surface, "ho would MEN'S LIST tel twenty-fiv- e ,n- hibition could muster only u dime wero 85 largo malls sacks filled with ,he ,nst' 'tlons w l"" 1,,,ve find many hopeful signs in our day $1.50- Men's Suits (2 piece) ,;,Rt- Laws whlch mark nmong them, now hnvo deposits rangto ho sent by parcel post be- - t!on ot th" and generation." To bo sure, there . . . ?1.75 (3 piece) i. Men's Suits ing from $100 to $G00. sides tho locked pouches. A largo tho decent' restraints of print, speech is much evil, but there is something ?1.50 i Overcoats, medium all In importance nro tho truck was loaded with tho sacks af- - anu" drcs3 havo ' rccent decades good too, nnd, says this journal: Above . . 1.75, Overcoats, heavy and long . . . The llooth ter which there were two wagon been Increasingly disregarded. benefits which Commander "Wo venture to think that Mr. LADIES' LIST finds have nccrued to tho children. loads hauled to the depot. Some of vor' foundations of the grpat and Beck does not know his generation at caro for tho moth- thoso ln a position to know said that Punitive institutions of mankind "Better all. We doubt whether ho knows J1.50 Drosses, plnln er, moro food, Improved clothing, tho sacks would average at least 60 ,,K0 lno ,a,n"- - lne uurcn anu lne what most of tho young minds and ?1.7E- Dresses, with drape State havo been shaken. Nature Jbou,b ar(j tnInWnB about or dreamtng. everything more money, and, above $2.25. Drosses, fancy ., inus, me iuuuu A good many ot our young mon and elso, tho absence of Inebriation's bru- thev would nveraco 75 nounds. So it iiseu is qeiieu. ?1.50- CoatSuIts, plain ' talities, nro all In evidence, tolling In l safo to sav thnt at least 4500 mental difference of sex Is disregard women could paint about as pessimis$1.75- 'Coat Suits, with drape socIal and P"ca! movements tic a picture of tho generation which tho Hfo'8 chnnces of theso Infants." pounds of tobacco was sent thru th0ieu uj. pleated Sklrts, Commander Dooth has been asked mall on tho two trains. What hap- which ignoro the permanent differ Mr. Beck probably holds ln venora-tlo- n $1.50 Coats, long entiation of social function ordained ns tho ono which ho painted in "if It Is truo that the Inw Is being pened on Wednesday is happening six by $3.0& Velvet Suits Steamed God himself." days out of tho week through this violated." Hor answer Is: It Cincinnati ot our present day. 7K. Waist, fancy Flvo plagues are 'afflicting human- would ho well for mon liko Mr. Beck "Yes, ns tho laws against arson, post office. ity, said the Pope last year in a pub- to take time to ask questions. Per theft and murder havo been violated; SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO lic utterance before tho College of haps he has asked questions and does j laws and their penalties re Constipation hut thebo RHODES & LONG, Props. Cardinals. Tho first, Mr. Back re- not understand the answers recelv main, and so will tho Eighteenth Leitchneld, Kentucky. Amendment Btand. The beginning of almost every se- calls, is the unprecedented challenge ed." ls constipation. ' It to authority; second, hatred between "Wo recognize that tho task of rious disease Imnlshlng all intoxicating liquor from you want to enjoy good health keep man and man; third, abnormal aver-- i elon to work; fourth, the excessive tho land Is a stupendous, a longthy tho bowols regular. This is best or 11. N. Klock, manufacturer, church- bo governod by the Common iftnttHi El"' FOR FLETCHER'S bv nroncr diet and ex thirst for pleasure; fifth, a gross ma- ono; but the-- samo strong forces of newspaper editor and Mayor Klock said. "Every o education, orcise, but sometimes a Medlclno Is. torlallsm which denies the reality of man, moral sentiment, Bclontlfic 'publlshor. snvs any city may bo op- the 'shall nots' ot tho Mosnfc- tn&isat--, in numan me. aw business prudence which made needed nnd whon that is tho case you Ul spiruuai und erated that way, vmi'WWBM ara written as the foundation ct'tift" outlaw of Its salo and manufacturo will find Chamberlaln'B Tablets .are thuso chargos, says the lawyer, are It Is. TOWN WIIL UK HUI.KI) 1IV Ai itce.i. .aeeting ot the .ucm- - law of every civilized land. Tua-JUequal to tho undertaking. And, excellont. They are mild and gontlo Proveu" in recent experience. nro d change In TIIK TKX COMMAXDMKNTH gan Methodist Episcopal Conference glvon on the mountain of Sbiai.'aftV-pliomust also In their action, easv nnd nleasant to however, to a behind such efforts, there . with eqilul forco to here Mayor Klock welcomed tho dol- tnko. Glvo them a trial. They onlv social conditions rather than to any bo reckoned with tho dynamics of chango of man's ossential nature that llouton Harbor, Mich., Oct. 8. egates and was quoted as having said tho humblost person who waniItojct cost a quarter. Inspiration." m attributes tho This Michigan city of nearly 15,000 he was "going to run Benon Harbor la. tho wilderness.- - Jt Is bard tho Solicitor-Generllut will prohibition stand? "Withmalady ot our time. It seems to Inhabitants, having n commission-- ! ! on tho basis of the Ten Command- -' vlot n man with a pull,' and' wrair loadout hesitation." tho Salvationist moan by operating. owelty on turttaM.iV mnnagor form of government, .is bo- - ments." htm thnt "tho moralo of our induser replies "Yes"! FOR FLETCHER'S trial civlll7utlou hns been shuttered. Ing govorned in tho Bplrlt and prlncl- -, can not boo anything revolution- - of tho Ten Commandments in to s- has "I "Tho edifice of prohibition . Work for work's sako, as tho most plo of tho Ten Commandments. May- - ary in tho gtutoment that u city ls to forco tha law Impartially, Lecn well and substantially built, its H i..i.. i'iiiii imiiimi.iiii. I ! Twnwri f, ! 1 ,,, : to-da- , rlgh-Boberi- ng $1.75 al e as lrder Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! re-fl- co to-da- in-th- at te aff y. ss 24-ho- ur "-- pre-nat- al $1-0- Children Ory OASTORIA ono-tliii- - taefi wide-sprea- d dl-rl- MXtbCB-aort- tu-ce-- Children Ory CASTORIA rfhe Hartford Republican Influential Democrats who arc openn Published Weekly by JUJITPOIU) IMtlNTING COMPANY Incorporated W. 8. TINSLHY, Keillor nnd Business Manager. ly supporting tho candidacy of Hus-tlQuln for Mayor. Mr. Quln's fine personal character, which the Times has admitted on numerous occasions, Is responsible for such support. '" S. -- Jimmy Cox, who thought he was ' running for tho presidency a yoar Fear, rather tiinn virtue, ifmlts tho ago, solemnly nssures tho country ' crlnios of mankind. party is still for Entered according to law at the that tho Democratic League- of Nations, but In view Fotrtofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall the Envy honors, w'hore It aspires to of tho seven million ndverso majority Batter ot tlio second class. There Is no Inconsistency In this dn mn. given to Jimmy's party what It Is to still In favor of is now of trifling newspaper's appeal for Address all communications Fear, rnthor than virtue, limits support for Judgo Slack and Mr. Tho Hartford Republican. the crimes of mankind. Smith in their candidacy fpr circuit Judge and commonwealths attorney, While the orchard fruits were notice sunscitiiiKKS Who stops theflow of tears dams nn entire failure this season the and for party support for our candiSubscribers desiring tbo paper sent must give tho old forest fruits are abundant nnd, after dates for county offlccs The coun- up the flood of sorrow In tho heart. 'p a new address lldress In making tbo request. tho frost has thoroughly ripened them ty In nn important unit for political Business Locals and Notices 10c good sport for woods parties Is In organization, null a party vote nt a Even the libertine sees In woman's line, and Sc per lino for each ad Ier prospect. Chestnuts, hickory nuts county election maintains the Integri- sterling virtue the pearl of greatest ' Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards nnd wild grapes are said to bo abund- ty of tho organization for state and price. of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for ant, and fine sport may bo Indulged national elections. County offices ten head lino and slgnautro, money in gathering these nuts and fruits. Poverty, whure It Is not painfully are everywhere regarded as legitiadvance. fa mate places for par,ty contests. Hut wretched, muy bo a graceful virtue. Church Notices for services freo, Tho disarmament conference met circuit court districts arc not politibat other advertisements, lc por Convention may some times racch word. nt Washington Wednesday, and tho cal units. Such districts have no Anonymous communications will great conference toward limiting the party committees or political organi- down too far, but men nnd women of receive no attention. burden of world armanfent has be zation, nor are tho election of cir sense realize that it must' bo respectgun. In calling this conference pres cuit court district offlclnls regarded ed. TKI.KPJIONK ident Harding is staking much of the ns political victories. So strong is S9 Farmers Mutual Many millions are born to live and poplunrlty of his administration. The the sentiment for taking these offices temper of the times favors the pro- out ot politics that many states. In die to never know life In Its higher ject nnd much good Is expected to cluding Kentucky, has enacted legis reaches. Hut what one does not OCTOBKIl TKIIIAY come of it. lation to make possible the election know can never be n conscious sacriof these offlclnls without reforence fice. REPUBLICAN TICKET The picture show and the automo- to political affiliations of,' the candiOnly those who feel strongly may Innovations dates. No state has done this In the bile are two modern greatest which have spread almost overnight matter of county offices. The cir- satfer the sting of life's Nature unerringly to all arts of tho country, and their cuit Judge and commonwealth's at- m itows. and th-.effect on the business and social life torney afc the guardians o( public executes Its lu.v of compensation of the people will be watched with order and the protection of life nnd God so orderoU the laws of life tt.u: Interest by student's of sociology. property. And for this reason if for With millions invented in automobiles no other should bo under no obliga- tl.r gruatest Ir;uci yield tin- - glomand millions attending the movie tion to a political party for their Elec- es t rewards. shows marked changes will follow In tion.. Thoso who have been closest to both tho business, and social life of the people. No such powerful agen The Hartford Herald ihscocrs a linen of woalth mid powor least envy cies for change in the habits and cus mare's nest In the mutter of the fis- those who exercise It. toms of the people have occurred In cal court's contract for water for effect, tho county's public buildings. There The parent who can not sand liN national .history and their which carf,not now be fully foreseen, h nothing but political rot in this children to the university need not He can graduate them must prove in the end tremendous. attack. Every business Institution jot despair. For Circuit Judge n. W. SLACK The problem Is pregnant with human must at least earn expenses or go out In the habits of honesty. Industry and Interest. at business. The light and water virtue and add riches to earth and For Caiiinionuenllli's Attorney plant hero has never returned a d. vi- saints to heaven. CAUDE E. SMITH Ohio county citizens can not af- olent on tho investment, and when Clerk For Circuit Court 1 hero is no fall of man save whore ford to minimize or neglect tho re- war prices forced up the cost of its FKANK BLACK volting tragedy occurring near Dun operation It pursued the same course man wills to fall. .. tor KcjiresentatHc dee last week. It matters little that as did the Hartford Herald, raised IHA JONES I easier pardon those who have tho aggrieved parties lacked wealth Its prices. But It was still operatFor Gounty Judge They were hu ing at a loss and, as every reader of wronged me than pardon myself for and prominence. n. K. WEDDING man beings and as such are entitled the county papers knows gave public those I have wronged. to protection. Local citizens should notice that It would go out of buFor County Court Clerk G. DAP.ItASS see that proper warrants nre Issued siness. In order to preserve wntjr E. and the governor should be called and light service for the public build- G. O. P. SPEAKING For County Attorney- upon to Issue suitable rewards. The ings, a convenience to every taxpayDATES ANNOUNCED OTTO C. MARTIN governor is a personal friend of the er in the county, the Republican fisFor Slu-iif- f writer, and If proper representation cal court raised the rate for such G. A. RALPH The Republican Campaign ComIs made to him we shall be glad to service, and a Democratic city counFor Tax Commissioner mittee has arranged a list of speak use any personal Influence we may cil did likewise. A water and light ROY KEOWN ing dates for the Candidates and have with him to have adequate re company In a small town has, like a Fop Jailer others which cover the greater porwards issued for the criminals sought local newspaper, a struggle for exCounty. The list of NATHANIEL HUDSON The matter istence, and in recent years more of tion of the to be 'apprehended. speakers making the appointments For Coroner should have immediate attention. each have been forced out of busi- will Include quite a few in addition W. A. HIMES ness rather than earned a living. Ev- to the Republican Nominees. Tho According to tho Courier-JournFor County Surveyor en nt the advanced water rate the campaign opened last night at NarC. S. MOXLEY the United States senate has Just local company Is not earning exagainst penses and continues operation only rows. committed a great crime For J. I O. C, District No. 1 The dates and places of speaking foreign nations by voting for free In the hope that operating expenses J. P. McCOY are as follows: tolls of American shipping through may eventually be reduced, When District, No. 2 .Oct. II,' . in. DUNDEE ' the Panama canal. Just why Dem- this company was carrying a heavy SUNNYDALE . . FELIX SHAVER .Oct. 1.1, ' p. in. ocracy should be everlastingly lining loss and contemplating going out of p. in. ... .Oct. MATANZAS, District No. 3 7 up for foreign governments against business it made a proposition to the AVYSOX ..Oct. 1.1, p. in. Q. B. BROWN our jwii, as in the League of Nations fiscal court to take over at Its own CENTERTOWN . f .Oct. 17,' It. in. Issue, is difficult to understand. Per- valuation tho property and operate ..Oct. 18,7 p.m. LONE STAR . . . J- - u- - MURPHY " haps It is Just to oppose ,hat the It. After Investigating in detail the .Oct. Ill, 7 p. in. HOCKPOKT Republicans propose. Tho Panama cost of operation tho court declined District No. 5 . .Oct. SO, 7 p.m. SIMMONS J. W. GRAY canal was built tit tho expense of the to undertake it. The Herald writer NO. 10 ..Oct. 21, 7 p. m. American taxpayers and free canal knows, or if he does not there Is no BEDA ' JDistrict No. C .Oct. 17,7l).in. vessels would excuse for his not knowing, that the UNION GROVE . ..Oct. 18, 7 p.m. tolls to American MACK MARTIN . Ye-. f moan lower freight rates nt a time light and water company was, and Is ' -..Oct. 10, 7 p.m. MAGAN .UDfetrkt No. 7 when the Wilson Adamson law Is still, operating at a loss, and that BELL'S RUN . . . .Oct. 20, 7 p. in, J. W. TAYLOR making freight rates almost prohibi- tfie only means of saving these con- SCHHOADER'S . .Oct. 21, 7 p.m. District No. 1 tive, and it is a pretty sure gue-- s veniences for tho county and city was Mt. PLEASANT . .Oct. 22, 7 p.m. L. J. PICKEREL that the American taxpayers will In- to Increase rates for such service. It ROB HOY .Oct. , 7p.m. "For Constable, District No. 7 dorse the action of the senate. is rather an emphasized bit of In- TAYLOR MINES . . Oet.2.1, 7 p. in. y-.,. R. H. BASHAM gratitude for a newspaper to Indulge CROMWELL . . . . Oct. 2 1,7 p. m. We concede "the right of the Her a wonton assault on business men BAIZETOWN . . . .Oct. 2.1, 7 p. m. In Its parti who are actually making a pecunary .Oct. 20, 7 p.m. We are offering no free ad to the ald, to bo RENFUOW " san support of Its party ticket, but artiflc to give tho public useful and ROSINE Oct. 27, 7 p. m. mines, but reminding our readers expect It to be necessary service. HORSE BRANCH . .Oct. 28, 7 p. in. that October is a mighty good month we have a right to honest in its statements about the Oct. 20, 7 p. m. OLATON in which to fill the coal bins. opposition. It says this week that Oct. 22, 1 p. m. KORDSVILLE Assessment notice of evidences Oct. 22, 7 p. in. Will the Hartford Herald tell us wo have produced TIUSLER who attest Jf its county tickat is btill, with Jim- rinmncratic witnesses Only a few si'.'t days row in which my Cox, In favor of the League of two Isolated performances of duty BOYS KILL HORSE But, neighbor, did to comply with tho law requlrins you by Judge Slack. Nations? We guess it won't. the quote this statement from to fllo your assessment list with wo not A horse belonging to Arthur Laws Please atcounty tax commissioner. 'Clarion, "But late hapTho Republicans are offering the the Hancock was killed In an unusual manner once. tend to this matter at voters a clean, strong county ticket penings have caused .c uo to see that Sunday. Mr, Laws had the horse 'on Yours respectfully, and Smith) support of y these two olficcis that well deserves tho Co. pasture on tho farm ot Mr. Jack D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Ohio are well qualified to perform their Republican voter in the county. Kirk, nnd sometime Sunday Kirk's mt respective duties and possess moral boys of tho wife, visited boys with some other Mr. Ell Howard and Will tho Herald tell us. If Its coun-i- y courage sufficient to gur.ranteo Juswere' Indulging tho neighborhood their son, Superintendent E. S. Howticket endorses the two adminis- tice to all." Certainly this is net a ard, tho first of the week. Mr. passtimo of riding without bridles of gn Isolated action, Three ot trations of Wlls'oil's "True Domocra-y?- " simple npprovnl Howard Is 81 years old and his wife tho horses In the pasture. Law's We will venture It will not. If but a flat declaration that these ofIn tho small boys were riding aro In excellent health. ficers possess moral courago to give 75. Both when it fell, breaking its neck it does we will particularize talking with some friends Mr. How- horse Justice to all. Neighbor, be honest In tho fall. fact', ard told an interesting story of his Tho wisdom of tho United Mine it honesty docs pinch a little. In 4 experience In Hartford nearly a half other-wid- e. Workers of America In deferring, at wo will not allow you to bo MARRIAGE LICENSE ago. At tho time he lived century helr recent national meeting, the In Butlor county, and brought a wagwage scale until next lixing of a Hubert Basham, Horse Branch to Tho Hartford Horald assures us on load of wheat to have ground at Kprlng la worthy of commendation Judgo Slack'H ap- the old water mill. At that gemote Ida Bell Faught, Olaton. and will have a stimulating effect on that 45 per cent ot Clay Balrd to Ethel Richardson, pealed cases have been reversed. We time this mill was faiuotl for Its good bubiness. matter, work and custom came from long dis Hartford, Route 4. have no information in this James Cooper, to Eugenie Colemill Tho Herald says the ticket it is but wo are pleased at tho action of tances. Expecting to find the to thronged as usual, Mr. Howard had man, Hartford. wipportlng is standing for "Truo tho Herald in giving us mi excuse Colored. to reversals his good wife cook a chicken Slack's Is Just compare Judgo .Democracy." Tho country Gfcorgo Danzy, Drakcshoro, to Eu-l- a prede- bring with him. At supper time ho now convalescing from eight years with tlioso of his Democratic Colonuin, Hartford. wagon fed his team, and of such "True Democracy," and tho cessor, Judgo Illrkhead. In u speoch wont to his Wayland Brooklns to Agnes Taya then wont for his lunch, when much common cry Is "Good Lord deliver us at Hafllu in 1015, when he was (A second hitch.) candidate against Judgo Illrkhead to' his surprise and disappointment lor, Hartford. from any more of It." Frank Woodcock to Bertha Qary, some snook had eaten his lunch and ' for the nomination for alraiilt Judge ovar which Boavor Dam. The Loulsvlllo Tlmos Is unduly Judgo J. S. Glenn said that CC per left Ulm only the bono ' Denver Duni. (colored) say grace. ovr the large numbar of com of Judge Dirkhwd's devUlous to non-partis- had h'en r versed by tho Court of Appeals. Our memory of Judge Glenn's statement was tho more firmly fixed by his statement that Illrkhcad had oven violated the law of chances which should nt lcait run fifty-fift- y on plain guesswork. Now allowing the Herald's stntomont to ho true, Judgo Slack's decision?) run 20 per cent bitter than those of tho most rccont Democratic circuit Judgo, and that Is a big difference. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (Uyi. D. Claire ) Industry Is not only a means to useful ends, but ta n solvent of Inclinations to tho groaaor Indul' gences. Good Year Tirejs with the heavy diamond tread, which avoids slippage, will giye you long service and more mile age per gallon of gas. 1 to I I it ACTON BROTHERS IIISTItltttTOKS i HARTFORD, KY. Xj Chevrolet Prices! F. B. Touring F. B. Roadster 490 Touring 490 Roadster 490 Light Delivery Truck All prices f. o. b. Factory. $975.00 975.00 525.00 525.00 525.00 Taylor & Morris Motor Co. Hartford, Ky. -- 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 . al , ,' ' Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. We will pay the highest market price for all kinds of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" is our motto. Give us a trial. , , , , J. Phone 89-- 2 B. YORK & SON, HARTFORD, KY. 2-1- , , , non-partis- AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! For first-clas- -- s work at reasonable prices, see f ' SANDIFUR & PETERS, ev-T- (Sl-.c'- BEAVER DAM, KY. Carbon Cleaning, Valve Grinding and Ring Fitting "'- a speciality, All work guaranteed. J. P. Taylor, Bld'g.. -- SLACK AND SMITH TO MAKK IN COUNTY COUKX n Sl'KKCHKS Mrs. Anna J. Bennett quallfiud administratrix of the estate of Dr. Judgo B. W. Slack and Commonwealths Attorney C. E. Smith, will address the voters of Ohio county at tho .following times and places: .Oct. 17, 7 p.m. SIM.MONS .Oct. 18, 7 p. in. TAYI.OK MINUS .Oct. ill, 7 p.m. MrllKNUY .Oct. 20, 7 p. III. HULL'S HUN .., .Oct. hi, a p. m. HAIZHTOWN . . . ('KOMWKLL .Oct. a 1,7 p. in. .... . OKNTKHTOWN C,'turlJ, ItOCIU'OHT .... Charles B. Bennett, deceased, took tho oath required by law, and entered Into bond with Joe C. Bennett, W. H. Barnes, L. K, Everly and O. O. Hunter as surotlos. Mr. :en,nclt nbo qunllflod "H guardian of htr son, Uhnrloa It. IU111 lutt Jr. aid entered Into. bond la th hiiiii of &7000, with the 8111110 surotlw lgiil':g hir bund as udminl8trnt.vc.ol ..Ort.t!a;Uii.m. .Oct. uu, 7 p.m. vim (Mule ' 0 Glove Specials i The county clerk has mado out to rend Judgg Slack's pufio of this vouchers for All tho cL'im allowed t 8I1U. nt the mooting of tfts fiscal Vctitrt I last wook, and thcynre now In the II. II. Moure anil .Miss Lurcno Trnll hands of tho sheriff. of Simmons, wore mnrrlid by Judge Cook, nt tho courthouse TSiuftdry. Miss Cntheryne McGrnll is limping from the effect of n sprained On School Fair V.n P. T. A, nnkle, resulting from n Flip on n will servo luucheq nnd maintain a stairs stcpNat tho Commercial Hotel, check room. Prices reasonable. whero she is rooming. I Do not f tm II . articlo the eighth WHMWBBOUWrs. fcy& -- " n JlfilktB Stetson Gloves for Service We arc showine a wonderful assortment of Stetson Gloves made of carefully selected leathers finished with utmost care and in a variety covering everynecd whetheritbe forau- lomobile dress or heavy work. Select your pair while" our lines are most complete, Mrs. IT. S. Carson, who has been Mrs. A, I). Kirk has returned from a two week's visit with her Bister, under treatment at tho Owensboro .Mrs. rcrnest woodward in Louisville. city hospital for several weeks, returned to her homo Sunday, very Mr. Arthur Leach left Monday for much improved in health. West Frankfort, Illinois, whero ho Mts. Will Lake and daughter, Comwill lie employed during tho winmie, of near town returned from Owter. ensboro Tuesday, where the little girl had undorgone an operation for apmeet in next Tho fiscal court will pendicitis, at the city hospital. month to elect nn almshouse keper !nd to attend to other routine busiMiss Bessie Morton "Gillespie, a ness. nurse at the Jewish Hospital, Louisville, Is! visiting her parerlts, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Brooks of Harnett's Mrs. II. H. Gillespie, nnd will remain Creek, Is vory ill In Owensboro, hdrc until the end of the month. where she recently went for treatment. a Mr. Marlon Hntlcr, formerly Democratic leader of Itoslno precinct Misstlllrdlo May Daughorty of n successful farmer", hut now a Murgnntown, hns accepted a position nnd citizen of Hallard" county, visited his ns instructor in the Hartford high sons, Jim and Hill Hatler, near school. . recently. Ro-sin- e, -- . C. Hoover and Mrs. Hoover of Owensboro, were guests of Dr. E. Dr. 11. "Pendleton Tuesday. Eyes tested nnd frames fitted by We have a life ccrtiflcato from tho Statp Hoard of Health which authorizes us to test Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Hancock will your eyes. Get your glasses " now for arrive here tomorrow to spend sev- your winter reading. J. II. TAPPAN, Optometrist, eral days with Mr. und Mrs. It. H. Hartford, Ky. Gillespie. and Mrs. Pendleton, J. the latest method. Copyright 1921 Hart Schaflne & Marx "Going n ome 7 A y Mr. Wade llalze has soldliis stock Miss Mattlo Kuykendoll of business house, near tho was n visitor Saturday night of goods-an- d anil Sunday with her aunt Mrs. Worth Bank of Hartford, to Mr. Tom Likens .Men's Gloves', ...'t.V, who will continue the business. Mr. $.oV JjSl.23, TIchenor. Baize will probably engage In bust-net- s 91.30 itnii jjo.OO , a' at McHenry, from which rmint Put panes in your windows or your windows .will put painf in you. ho moved to Hartford tilput three Get them from the OHIO COUNTY years ago. 16t2 DRUG CO. When boasting starts It usually Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dean, Mr. and goes aroimd. Judge Cook remarked Mrs. Henry Carson nnd daughter, tho other daV that he had married a Mls Anna Rac, spent Wednesday. In gross of couples within the past two ' years. "Shucks, that's nothing," Owensboro. chimed In Otto Martin? "I have di Mrs. C. E. imlth went to Owens- vorced nearly that many couples In ' boro Saturday anil remained with her the sjme length of time." Is engaged in husband this week, who Mr. William E. Wright and Miss circuit court. Annie Vaughn were married at Porter, of Rob' Hoy, Paducah Wednesday. Mr. Right is Mrs. spent a few days this week vlth Mr. in business nt Russellvllle, and Miss and Irs. Luther Leach, and other Vaughn's home was at Sebree. Mr. Wright Is, a brother of Mrs. C. E. . relatives here. Hcflin of Smith of Hartford Republican Mr Willis Wdniday Owensboro, The km in town We are in the market foj eggs and Dam, poultry every day in the year. Hlgh- "Man" Til ford of Beaver .OCTOISKIt M . ,., Kitin.w, and wife Dr. Horace Pendleton who was taken to Louisville last week were in Owensboro Wedhebday. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. for an operation, is reported to .be in a critical condition. Mr. Tllford's PERSONAL NEWS Mr. Frank Everly of Centertown, Mr. Emory Schroder of Ohio, was trouble originates from a wound inAND SOCIAL EVENTS was among our visitors Monday. called borne last week on account of flicted while paring a corn on his the serious illness of his child. The toe, and blood poisoning followed. Mr. Roll Klley was In Morgantown Mrs. J. II. Tappan was in Louis- little one is improving. Tuesday. . Mr. M. II. Tappan nnd Miss Alma ville from Sunday until Tuesday. Dr. C. M. Heavrln cf Hawcsville, Taylor were married In Dallas, Texas, JtKXT ROOMS Mr. M. L. Heavrln was in Owens-- ! and Dr. Sam Heavrln of Owensboro, Thursday of last week. Mr. Tappan MRS. S. J. WEDDING. were guests of their brother, Mr. M. is a brother of Dr. J. B. Tappan of Uoro Wednesday on legal business. L. Heavrln,-Thursdathis city, and is a prosperous Jeweler ' Mr. Tom Owen, of Hefiln, was In Mrs. I. S. Mason of Buford, spent of Kaufman, Texas. Miss Taylor is town Wednesday. Saturday and Sunday in Owensboro Mr. J. p. Park closed a successful tho daughter of a wealthy and resinging school at Mt. Herman, Oct., tired business man of that city. Mrs. Ernie Morton of Centertown, 2nd, and began teaching a singing Rye and Grass Seed for sale by was a gucU of Mrs. John'BeB Wed bchool at Bcda, Saturday night. This newspaper can be mado of W. E. ELLIS & DUO. nesday. decidedly more interest to its readMrs. Tj E. McQuary and children, ers if citizen's of tho county will take Mr. Harold Holbrook spent Tues Jeffries; of Bells'Run, the trouble to report by telephone or This office is now making the and Mrs. day In Owensboro. ballots to be used nt tho npproa:hing were guests of Mrs. McQuary's moth otherwise, news ha'ppenings of their er, Mrs. A. W. Mills, Wednesday. Pleaso bear this fact communities. Mr. Jim Mlnton has moved to a election In mind nnd ndviso us of any unusual house on Dog street. .Have you seen our new lino of occurrences In your neighborhoods. Miss Anna Belle King spent the I week-en- d Seo the Spot Light with Mlsa Clara Hoover, of Flash Lights? Mr. Marvin Parks has moved to which will penetrate darkness 300 llarnetts' Creek Miss lone Hedrick and Mr. Gordon McHenry property. tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Vlck were married recently in Owensfeet. f Miss Bessie .Morton is spending this boro. Miss Hedrick is a- - very lovable Mrs Roy Wushor, of Omaha Neb., Mrs. Susan Stewart of Rosine, who latly und had many friends while she Car-- , week with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith, is visiting her sister, Mrs. U. S. was run down by a work trrln nnd lived In Hartford. Mr. Vlck Is a son near jenieriuwn. son. seriously injured last week, Is re- of Mr. Sherman Vick, a wholesale grocer of Owensboro, is a and Wo will have n car of Fertilizer ported to be In a critical comiUl,u thn Automobile traveling salesman for his father's tomor- -' within tho next few days. Races at tho Fair Grounds V. E. ELLIS & BRO. Ju3t 2j years ago Wednesday house. row. Columbus' discovered America. A In tho Slmmerman fow chanR"ss have occurred Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mr. Bill Reed of Horse Branch, AUTOMOBILE HACKS At Ohio 15th, went to Owensboro Thursdy and country since old Cum come across. who hns been nn enginoman on the County Fair Grounds, October o local IlliHorso will ruiuru immy. 1921. 'i Mjs. Anna Morris, who has spent nois Central train for the past twenMiss Emily Pendleton has return- - tho past two weeks with her Bister, ty years, has resigned on account of Mr. R. T. Collins Bpent several days 'with his family tho tint ot th.od from a two week's visit with Mrs. Mary Maiden, near town, return- 111 health, and is moving to Dawson hero home in Bm't'r coantv Springs. A Mr. Ebbit of Paducah, ed to 'amenus in l.ouihvihu. tvuvm Tuesday. will have chargo of the train former ly pulled by Mr. Reed. Miss Ernestine Ralph, who is teachSopora Bartlett of Owensboro, vMrs. J, H. Flowers, state manager of Lake, ing at Simmons, spent tho week-en- d IiT visiting her sister, Mrs. Will the Woodmen of The World, was in with her parents here. Mr. Lowol Owen, son of Mr. and near town. Hartford the first of the week, In Mrs. R. A. Owen of Adaburg, died Mr. Josle Duko has returned to connection with the- - affairs of the October 7, at tho home of his parMr. W. S. Tlnsloy was In Louisville ents after an illness of tuberculosis, business Dundee, after a visit with her daugh- local lodge. Saturday, in relation to the extending over two yearsi Funeral ter, Mrs. U. S. Carson. of this office. under services were conducted at Mt. Mo-rlMiss Wlunle Slmmerman Mrs. A. Robinson of near Hefiln, went a minor operation at Ownsboro church Sunday, by Rev. F. A. Mr. Jamos Wedding of Barretts'! 1b spending the wcok with her laugh-to- r, last week, and has returned homo. Sandefur, of Centertown, nftor which wuuu Ferry, called at this oinco When a child Miss Slmmerman was interment wastln the local cemetery. ' Mrs.( A. C. Porter. town Monday, hit on her back by a baseball, "and a Remember tho spoaklng dates of small growth resulted, which was Mr. William Fair celebrated anPlummer of Center-towMrs. Robert other' birthday Monday. Wo do not with rel- the Houbticun candidates next week, removed by tho operation. Is spondlngtho week and give thorn a good hoarlng. know how many 'former birthday anatives in town. Mrs. Sarah Bush and dqughter, niversaries Will has celebrated, nnd Mrs. Cora Bean has bought tho Mrs. Patterson of Hodgensvtllo, spent wish him tho happy celebration of Messrs. Bird Wallaco nnd John general merchandise business of, Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. fifty rnoro, but despite- his youthful the week-en- d Springs, wore Rugsdulo of Sulphur Sulphur appearance, wo bought our "wedding Schuyler Acton,v near J, M. Mftgnn, at Sulphur Springs. , Thursday. In town Springs. Mrs. Bush was formerly suit" of him, nnd wo got married years ago the sixth day Frosh Shipment of Lownoy's Can- Miss Sarah Wright nnd was reared thirty-fou- r Mi', nnd Mrs. J. W. Pntq of Baar son, Mr. dies. Sou tho now Crest Puckago at In tho neighborhood ' of her recent of tho present month, and wo wore Dam, were quests of their 10t2 visit. OHIO COUNTY DRUG GO'S. then, twenty-twjVjldls Pato, Sunday. ly8 Children's Glove Glovw, .30c, 75 r.Oc tn 51.2.- -, Si. 00 Iftsui n, "ii""ii"""iMWilWMMW"M . You'll say so, when you see the new models in suits we have ready for you for fall; they're the liveliest styles that have been seen here. Hart Schaffner & Marx made them; that's all you need to know as. to quality and tailoring. You'll see for yourself that they are styled, right. And we know the prices are very low atv , Ha-tfo- rd. ' 7 fiU $ 45 .00 I y. COOPER BROS Beaver Dam, Ky. JICHENOR-LEAC, H MOTOR Dealer in Ctt Successors to Brown & Jurnagln ,,,.. Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. Main Street. " nranch-Owensbor- HARTFORD, KYI ,,, -r Big Close-Ou- t Sale -' ah n, , Will offer for sale within the next thirty days myentire stock at cost, and even below cost. Now, iT you want some bargains come at once, for this merchandise ia going to sell. You will save some msaR-e- y. My loss is your gain. Have just received a fewer lot of rubber boots and shoes that will be sold at cost- -. Come and ?ee. Will also sell or rent my store house. - E. F. GABBERT, Sunnydale, Ky-- . r o. The Hartford Republican one year for only $1.5CL. -- found on tho nvMRo HTIM. HKI'lltMCAX WKATIIint fnrm. Tho cheapness and avnlla- - j j lilllly of tho feeds should ho consld- Political wenther prophets who orod, tho publication Rtutes. Heady- - lookpil for tho recent special elections mixed poultry inashos nro sntlsfnc- - In New iMexIco nnd Massachusetts to tory nnd If readily nvnllnble nnd not furnish barometric confirmation of too high priced may ho used with tholr predictions of notablo chaiiROS If corn nnd corn meal In the political drift hnvo been tlnoin-sir- o Rood result. thu only nvallablo feeds a dry cd to disappointment, njree Kopuhll-maiiof threo parts of corn meal 'can. Democratic nnd Independent and two parts of meat scraps or tank- - Johrnnls. Tho victory of the epubll-aR- o should bo fed with the whole or can candidate In the Sixth ConRros-ernche- d corn. In this ense tho birds Islonal District of .Massachusetts, by should bo mado to consume twicu ns about tho normal Republican majori much grain as mnsh by wcIrM. ty, iiuikcs ii cicar cuuukii to mu or sour sklm-mll- k it availa- New York Times that "the Demoble may replace tho mash entirely In crats had been filled with fnlso hopes the laying ration. Ono Ration of and the Republicans wcro needlessly either of theso Is sufficient for 40 alarmed." All It shows. In the opin- Tires and accessories, feathi at J,'J I lions a dny, the pnultrymen say. ion of the politically wise Springfield erweight Motor Bikes, MoA Rrnln ration which htu Riven .Republican (Ind.) In tho State where Rood leuultt at the coIIoro fain, it thu election took place. Is "that Es- tors for bicycles, Telephones comni'H of 4't pounds or 21 quarts sex County Is just about ns Republi- and Supplies, Line Construcof i:r.i!iu'l I'urn, 20 pound", or L'O can ns It always has been." The ijnarM f mts .mi 10 pounjj cr ',' peifple of !'sex County have shown, tion Material, Electrical Supi qiiar'j of wheat Another is niniU says tho Republican Huston Herald, plies, Shoe and General ReGet that pipe-party-bbuzzine in vour smoke- or 42 quart nf thnt they "nro willing to nccord tho up of 70 poup-U- i pair Shop. section! Know for a fact what a joy'us jimmy pipe craclvtu i ! mill .10 pounds pi .".0 Republican Administration plenty of can and will do for your peace and content! If it's fixable we fix it. quart of on 1 time to mnke good Its campaign procheck up the men in all walks of life you meet daily A nnix.i composed of 200 po'tucls mises. They did not expect that nil Roth telephones. of shl.is ufi wi Ich ib a mill r it; wjita the Ills to which President Harding wno certainly get top sport out of their pipes all food, 100 pounds of corn meal, 100 fell heir last .March were to disappear MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP aglow with fragrant, delightful, friendly Prince pounds of ground' oats and 100 within six months." The run of I trlnct Albert red Albert! pounds of moat serai) pr tankage has the country had been looking upon sold In toppy Beaver Dam, Ky. bats, tidy red tins, to feed the election to throw some light on been found to bo a. Rood-onAnd, you can wager your week's wad that Prince handsome pound and hall pound tin with either of the grain rations bur - Eastern sentiment on national Issues. Albert's quality and flavor and coolness and its humidor andlntha nrrrs iwrvmvwaw Cnolldge had spoken pound crystal glass gested. Another is composed of 250 freedom from bite and parch (cut out by our excluhumidor with shlpstuff, 150 pounds of In the District on behalf of the Repounds ot tpong molsttntr sive patented process) will ring up records in your top. corn meal and 100 pounds of meat publican nominee, and Sonator David little old smokemeter the likes of which you never scrap whllo a third may be made of 1. Walsh (Dem. Mnss.,.) had come to 400 pounds of shlpstuff nnd 100 tho axslstance of tho Democratic canbefore could believe possible! pounds of tankage or meat scrap. didate. On Election Day about half I You don't get tired of a pipe when it's packed with. This last one Is coarser thnn tho first tho voters stayed homo, but those j Succeed when everything else fails, Prince Albert! Paste that in your hat! and is not eaten as r?adlly by the that' did come out gave Col. A. Piatt J In ncrvoui nr-femr'e it lln.y arc iVr; ctirnirr birds. Detailed feeding suggestions Andrew (Rep.) about three votes to t And, just between ourselves! Ever dip into the remedy, ni tiousa.. ivc tei,un( & nro contained In Circular No. CO every one for Charles I. Pettlngell spcrt of rolling 'em? Get some Prince Albert and practically the same ratio which may be obtained free by writ-in- n (Dem.) j? STOMACH TROUBLE the makin's papers quick and cash in on a cigathe Experiment Station. Lexing that held in the regular election last It Is the fc.'st medicine ewr Bold 9 November. In respect to the Har ton. rette that will prove a revelation! 6 ovr n iltug ;!s 's counter. ding policies this result, observes the "nrc If your child starts In lt sleep, Springfield Union (Rep.) "bears thi grinds Its teeth while sleeping, picks same kind of testimonial as the re.C at the nose, has a bad breath, fickle cent special Senatorial election in Copyrlcht 1921 by K. J. Reynolds appetite, pale complexion, and' dark New Mexico." And hero the most Tobacco Co. Wlaston-Salcs- i, rii.gs under tho'eyes; It has worms; widely read Democratic paper In New N.C. and as long as they remain In the England agrees. As the Iloston Post the national Joy smoha zPrgs intestines, that child will b? sickly. observes: White's Cream Vermifuge clears out "The result Indicated that the the worms, strengthens the htomach Harding AdminiHtrajlon retains the thousands who have had their names and bowels and puts the little ono on confidence of the voters, and that ? placed on the newly revised mailing the road to lualth and cheerfulness. Democratic criticism has so far faillits being prepared by the College Price 35c per bottle. Sold by Ohio ed to make an Impression. Riven Manure Crops Help Itiiild Up about 300 pounds of fertilizer an of Agriculture here is taken as an County Drug Co. m "It must be admitted that Pres During the past few acre, and h's yields were about half a indication. Ituiidoun Land. . o ident Harding has done well, handi Soil building is a sure way of in- - bale of cotton, 15 bushels of corn, mouths more than 5)000 farmers of capped as he has been by Republican creasing production In the South, and 15 bushels of oats an acre. In the State havo expressed their de- ROCHESTER WOMAN Children ltnders In Congress. Tho average which is a paramount problem with 1920, after the soil had been built sire to receive Tree bulletins and clrXt51 A Safe Old Fashioned TELL SEXPERIENCE voter feels in the mood to help him southern farmers at the present Up by green manuring, liming every culars on timely agricultural prob- out with his support. Remedy for Worms time. Extension workers of the Unit- six years (2 tons of ground limestono leius from the Institution while ns Seventy-fiv- e "There are no clouds so far on the yean contin. "I suffered ' for ten years from ed States Department of Agriculturo an acre), and more liberal fertilizing, many as 250 farmers have written to uoua uie is the best lesti. I had no ap - horizon for tho Administration." nervous Indigestion. It ft lift nifafncn vlolilu t li ft nnllnnn In nun illlf tit linvn tlm nnn iiistMn. and the Stnte agricultural colleges bemoni.1 PREY'S VERHIFUCE awe. j While tho Massachusetts election ' fe,t can offer you. lieve In stressing tho great Import- 70 bushels of corn, 50 bushels of oats, names entered on the lists. During ,etlte aml B,wn'81 pre cvfl that the people who voted s,,ch ;l serious condition I, Keep a bolllo alwavi on jc; demonstrations, 25 bushels of wheat, and 1.97 bales a period of three weeks an average ance of sident Harding still have con- hand. It will help keep .., ,..., ..,. .,.. 'thought my time for this world was for , .. T.V....,, even though it may be necessary to wi vuuuii, icuuiicia tttiu uatru a, ui on minus nuiu nrtuntti cittii uiJuu the little onea healthy seem fldence In him" It does not. In the Dnltvi nn1 llenb fanrllnif mi.l Retting ShOft My food I didn'tweigh opinion of the Philadelphia Inquirer and happy. wait 4 or 5 years to begin to realize thn Tfltn rtf firtfl nmintto oi ..- - nt , ,nn ,c .., ., me at all and only 30c a bortl e at rour dmarirt' or . u ,. , ,. , the full benefits. uuuailib .RntUfl,.,! StneraWtort; or ii your dealer ....i...c ,. tvu imuiuu ui iu 1C i.aiil.liuillj v..,.. .11 mc uiuai ,Uinui to nourish pounu can't upptyyou.aendliitnama The county agent of Anderson acid phosphate and 200 pounds ot 7 subjects with the farmers who have " aad 30c in atampi and we'll taking Tanlac I now weigh with every thing that has been dono "After end you a botu promptly. County, S. C, gives details of one per cent cottonseed meal, with 50 had their names placed on the lists..' 1 OS Perhaps we read, i and am gaining every day. Oh! at Washington. LAS. FRET. kW, Mi. e outstanding demonstration in his pounds of nitrate ot soda In addition Itimro t such a wonderful chance, "many citizens nr dissatisfied wlthi county that was carried out In ac applied to the cotton just after it Short Couf.se to Stress Livestock ill - HOW, m , ..!. in., nn..A.i ..... HW..I..V.J t... tho fntlllTAnf PfinproRS in ninntir, mi " 1U1IIUVI lUIICtCU II1J "' cordance with the principles of green was chopped out. provciuent. nuicklv it surnrlsed me. My appe - to the possibilities of the hour, but manuring and soil building, which To Inoculate vetch, Mr. Drake semore tlte is splendid. I have plenty of ; even it tnat ue true tney reel mat Increased interest in the Tune long be.n advocated by tho de- cured soil from fields that ha'd. pre- economical production of better live- strength and feel better than I have they have a saTo helmsman at the WILL rm l. nent and tho agricultural expan-n:o- n viously grown vetch successfully, stock in Kentucky will be encouraged In years. I wouldn't take one thous- - wheel! and that In tho end most of TAKE OUF& moistened the seed with water made in the winter short course which and dollars for what Tanlac did for stations. r difficulties will bo settled to the sticky with molasses and rolled tho r.n..na ill ,1. Pnltillrn f . P nhllbUHUIG n I HlC f.Ullltll satisfaction of tho people." 2n :009 Mr. Wade Drake, of 111 UUIICG UI WJ'VUB ;. C. ought 200 a.rs ot seed In the soil till well covered. The here Oct. SI. plans having been The above statement was made by n Tho Louisville, Dally Herald and poor, rmd, gulli i it"! seed was sown and covered lightly to ntade to glve.special attention to this Mr8. Clara Lehman Bristol Hotel, A Trsalntnl The Republican, both ono year for scarred from neglect. He began by keep the bacteria from being killed phase of farming in the training of Rochester. N. Y. (or WEAK- plowing a little deeper than his by the sun. A half bushel of soil fered to busy farm-me- n and boys. Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. $5.75. was found to be sufficient to furnish Tho work will include a study of LUNGS or neighbors and preparing the soil betL. B. Bean and by all leading drugter for his crops, which gave better Inoculation for enough seed to sow an breeds of livestock and judging of gists every whei e. Advertisement. CONSUMPTION yields accordingly. Then he turned acre .about HO pounds. Planting was them, principles of feeding, livemm How's Your Appetite ? Cluunbci-lulu'under several crops of cowpeas, sow- - dono from September to November. stock feeding, beef production, sheep Cough Kcincdy. Vetch never freezes out In this sec- and pork production, breeding farm When Stomach Distresses You, Take A quick relief for thai tired, run down frrllnc ed small grain, and followed with couebi, paina In elicit, nlcht iwrali. hemor peas. Whllo these cover crops of tion when once well stabllshed. animals, farm butchering and disThis Advice ibacrt, weak lunti or coniumption. It It doea-nThis remedy Is Intended especially Tho same method was employed eases of livestock together with a belp you II coala yoa nothlaf. cowpeas turnd under might in some c Newport, Ky. for coughs, colds, croup nnd whoop"About three years Mr. with crimson clover. Soil was secur- judging contest which will ho hold ing cough. Lock dox ago I had become all rundown "in health. Instances have a- - cash value, From a small beginning OHIO MEDICAL CO. o I had poor appetite and sulTrred with Drake found that they cost him ac- ed from a field that had previously for all students In the course. its salo and use has extended to all ami fcevero Tho entire animal husbandry fac- parts of the United States and to main trouble appeared headuches. The tually less than $5 an acre each year. grown crimson clover or other clovors to bq my stomach. The increase In tho succeeding crops that carry tho same bacteria, and the ulty of the college together with tho many foreign countries. This alone I was ndvicd to get Dr. Pierce's Golden seed, treated the same way as for I livestock equipment and laboratories Is enough to convince ono thnt H is Medical Discovery, and I did so, nnd be- USELIV-VERLA- X 'has been many times greater. 1 had Before 1914, his land was produc- vetch, was sown and covered lightly, of tho institution will be utilized In a medicine of mora than ordinary fore well taken u half dozen bottles I was as ever nnd ing more than double what it yielded using a harrow or heel sweep 25 order to make the course as valuable merit. Give it a trial and you will ach trouble since." have bad no stomMrs. Lida Savers, ! pounds of cleaned seed or 25 to 35 ns possible iu giving special training 528 Klin St. when he bought it. At that time h" m find this to be the case. Yoli can quickly put yourtclf in A- -l .added 225 acres, and with the ndvlco pounds ot uncleaned seed being used to those 'enrolled. Students will be condition by obtaining Dr. Picroo's Goldof the county agent and all tho In to the acre. Uncleaned seed that given an opportunity of seeing and 'A man I know still cherishes tho en Medical Discovery in tablets or liquid, formation he could obtain about sol! Is, just as it is stripped from the studying individual animals ot high trunk strap with which his father or writo Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' oE plants is often sown without being merit by visiting tho many noted Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free liuildlng from the United States Dechastised him in the old family advice. partment of Agriculture and Cleni-so- n covered on land that is already in- stock farms In tho vicinity ot Lexing- woodshed." ' Agricultural College, began to oculated, and gives perfect satisfac- ton. 4 "A matter of sentiment, eh?" work over his entire tract. Ho rea- tion. "Sentiment nnd common sense. He Peclrlcht nil tho time. Don't lay off. Vetch seed Is saved, by simply rak- 'I'YcilliiK Plans Mado Now Insure has tho best behaved boys In our soned that If ho added a winter crop "Wants from work for days by taking calomel crops he ing the vetch off tho land with a hay-rak- e summer to his More Winter Kgs. r. when pleasant town. Lux keeps yov Mould achieve hl3 end much faster. on your feet, while relievingyour troujb-le- . after the seed has matured. Despite the fact that winter Is Safer too, and easy to take. Don't To prevent winter leaching of plant Sometimes Abruzzl rye is planted still some distance In tho future It Surgeons agree that In cases of tako anything else. You can't afford gk-- a-f food he put In a good system of ter- with vetch and both are raked and Is not too early for poultrymeu to cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bjsm" races and planted ryo and other threshed at tho same time. begin preparations now for careful first treatment Is most important. tern and relieves constipation. A na grains as a protection to tho soil. ural remedy, natural in its actions, aura When Mr. Drake bought the first feeding ot the flock In order to In- When an efficient antiseptic Is reFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE in its effect and certain in results. Next he tried hairy vetch In In- tract of land of 200 acres he had no crease egg production during that plied promptly, there is no danger ot Unsolved In water for douches atop bo long before oculated soil with good results. He money. He had a mule and a poor season, poultry specialists say. Tho Infection and tho wound begins to pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inf completely displnco calomel in every Recommcaded by Lydia E. for many more acres, supply of tools nnd his wife hud $1,-4- purchase ot feeds and the planning heal at onco. For uso on man or harvested seed home... Children can take it freely an) Finkha Med. Co, for ten yeara. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarIn cash. Today tho land Is paid and mixing of rations within the next beast, Borozono Is tho ideal antisepbut left enough seed on tho land to A healing wonJer for naial catarrh. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles None insure a good stand of volunteer for; Mr. Drake has over $10,000 few weeks will make It possible to tic and healing agent. Buy it now uro uinjaianaiorflaTM tcnnmniriiL genuino without tho likeness and sign-- ' powrr. J, I Hal citnvdiuiy dcaaiini and (cnnidilal vetch tho following fall. In tho worth of farm machinery, plenty ot glvo the hens a winter and be ready for an emergency. ISasMoiW 50c. aU dnjMtiti. or poupaii by turo of L. K. Gricsby, For sale by "' spring of 191G many ncrcs of vetch stock, modern conveniences of every ration early In November and Price 30c, COc, and $1.20." Sold by VmaJ. TU PaltooToDrt Company. Dolou. if-- I. . SyiTJJaWl. - HaUtforA, which would havo produced more kind on tho farm, 255 bales of cot- thuii glvo them an early start toward Ohio County Drug Co, m than a ton an acre wero turned under ton without this year's crop, somo keeping tho egg basket full during for fertilizer in splto of the protests cash, valuable stocks and bonds. Ho tho cold months of ho yenr. Ap- 'WOMAN, 100, CKLKIIUATKS ' ot his neighbors, who considered this Is making money and Improving his proximately three-fourth- s of the KenlllKTIIDAV AT HKIt WAKHTUH a waste of good feed. During tho farm each year. EAGLE "MIKADO"- tucky hens do not produce the maxiPencUNo.174 ensuing years crimson clover, velvot mum number of eggs largely because Grant City, S. I., N. Y Oct. 5. "beans, bur clover, Abruzzl rye, nnd Winter Rending Plans IteluK Mado thoy are Improperly fed during tho Mrs. Francois Lovapresco, aw I ii Staton BniiiiMrn 11 j" runners. othrr crops have been added to his winter poultrymen nt tho College of Island's oldest woman, celebrated hor With tho approach ot winter nnd Agriculturo say. kystem of soil building until every 100th birthday by doing a family Made in ffro trade. Tr Ml M yur uewer aero of land produces each year n long evenings many Kontucky farmreeding suggestions mado In Cir- washing, partaking of several glasses ASK FOR THE YEUOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND cover crop which U turned under for ers are planning to follow helpful cular No. GC Issued by tho extension of wine, praising hard work and reguEACLE MIKADO reading coursoa during tho coming dtvlilnn of tho collogn call attention lar hours, lambasting prosent day woonrlchlng the soil, EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK by to the fact that no ono ration will fit men's stylos and scoring smoking. lu the beginning Mr. Drake used months Is tho Interest shown KKSHh nil conditions Liberty Bicycles On Sale s h j IJut-tcrml- lk A pipe won t burn your V tongue if you smoke R A.! ee - Vs J' Just nt i9lters A Mothers use efcrBei e eal.-ncss- . I- -f kmmWY. 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. For the vermiriKe S3 rvflrpoirti ajl jj a Y xvvn . I ,. n m .i ,. , i , x ' I -- r- YOU. I n. 1 GERMINAL REMEDY run-dow- s FOR.ONE MONTH For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation, Z.i'w-V- soll-bulldl- Every Woman 325 00 I - f !tf ' X ' power, which wns never done before ATTACKED Its creation. Mr. Hruce tn.iy not know It, but wo ' believe It uA lu a fact that the chief reason his known client, Colin nail I1I1 actual clients. (Vila's associates, .vnn led the nit declared unrnnstltit-tlouwas that. It made possible Ilia destruction of their syndicate hook. We do not say that Mr, Union knows It, because after his statement we four to Male Unit he knows even the most widely known fact, but REPEAL OF THE PRESENT L'AW MEANS THE RETURN to the grand Jury of .lelTor-Ho- u County It Is a fact "that a nst OF THE BANISHED BOOK MAKERS TO KENTUCKY , natuber of handbook? are being operated In the city of liiilsvllle." 'v of nny movement The Kentucky Jockey Club Pays Over $300,000 Yearly by Mr.have nottoheard thce hand hook I'.ruco slop In the If Mr. Itruce had siico-edeIn Taxes Into the State Treasury. suit to declare unconstitutional tha net creating the State Itaclng .Commission there ;ould bo books on tha (The ThorouQhbred Record.) r;u tracks as well us handbooks In Kentucky Is the 1mm.. f H. thorouchhrnl. It Is the nnm-rof the the city. The law now prohibits handtines breed of horn.,, 1(. wrl(, ,llW books In the city. Hut they exist In An ,nfll8OM of ouclihnil blood onrlrliM owry other strain and kIvo.n (imllty, sneed tllr. tl Ily of Louisville, Vet Mr. llruca and courage to tin colder lircfils. IliimlreiW of thousands of ucrc lire devot-e- d starts n caiup.'itgn nga'nst "legalize: I to the ruNng of thoroughbreds hi this Slate, ninl millions of dollars beltlns" and so far us we know takes are Invested In tla industry. no action against the' Illegal hotting At the rnnilng of the-- Legislature nn organized effort will ho that Is, in our opinion, infinitely tho made to destroy the thoroughbred Interest, lay waste the fertile pasture, greater evil, which Is rampant In hla now viilued .it from JOno to .I.ihhi Mn acre, upon which they graze mid own home town. e the peerless .Mini O'Nar, for whom ?.r,(H),00() hus hern refused, to the worth of a plow horse. III the communication published this Under the old system which Sir. Rvine sought to morning, Mr. Itruce sajs: for his cIciiIm. the State did not recelvo a dollar; under the pres"I have nevei peelenried to inak ent law the Kenliieky .loehey I'luli pns yearly Into the Slate Treasury over nny aceura'e stuleinent of what ar $.100,000. If Mr. ISruce smvei'ds hi destroying the thoroughbred interest tlie total profits of tlie .Jockey Clilb, I do not know them." this Inimeiise sitm) will he entirely lost to the State and the s beeaie-will return to prey on the puhlle. Ii a statement Dv him sent through ' the Afsoclated I'reso from loulsvlllw The leader of this destructive crusade, falsely put ffrl!i as a moral Is Helm Jtruee, ,a Louisville lawyer, who, nursing u personal grievance, Sciiteinber 17, hi1 sas; "A legalized giant monopoly enjoy-and In grateful retpcinhrmuv )i his former race truck clients, (Vila, Tllles iiml Adler, the St. liuis liuckot shop gnmbU-rs- , bHm to prohibit all racing ins the gambling privileges realizes i In Kentucky. When the Itaclng Coi Isslon was created by an act or the profit of two or three million of dol legislature and the turf In this State was taken out of the bands of Ui" lars a year out of this dciuor.illzliiu, book makers who had dishonored u royal sport, Helm Hruce, look u fee vice." At'uln we apologize for having statfrom thin syndicate of bucket shop owners nnd sought to have the law deHe was defeated In his selfish purpose and no" ed la n previous editorial that Mr. clared uueonstltut'.unal. r has luvn driven out, and the turf Hruce known this statement Is Inaccii- that the Bcundnl breeding system, with the leading horsemen of late. I Sut we avow that It is inaccii- In prospering under the l ln Kent lit l;., selected by the (Sovernor, tholr time to tho enforcement -- ate and utterly misleading ami .. . of the law, Mr. Itnice seeks to destroy the entire turf structure anil cure. Vnown to he Inaccurate by every man ' and woman who has even cursory hi- with It the whole thoroughbred Interests of Kentucky. regard to tlie purses and (Alitor, of the lcxlngloii Dcsliu Hrcckoiiriilge, Herald, has defondea Tnclng, as iow conducted und"r tlie State ('ontmlhslon, anil In. a series of stakes given by the Jockey Club, llu; frank and forceful editorials iie has exposed the Inconsistency of Helm ftnonscs incident to the conduct ot and now advocating the racing nnd the taxes paid by the J'iruec, once an utiorney for the Cluli. which would open the wuy for the return destruction of the of Mr. llriiee's foriiier clients to Kentucky. . ' IXCOKPORATED Mr. Hruce closes his communication Mr. Itruce pleads fgnnrunee of tho,L The net creatine the State Itaclmr Willi this statement: I ". .. .tp.J..n u ..A..1 betting on the race l character of his clients or their selfish ' t'liiiiitomuii ....... .!....... an .. iiauik ..Ii oil. li.ltil Interest in the following blutoniunt to a meeting held In our olllco In the old tracks may be u safer form of hettlnq Herald building, mid as we recall at- than bookmaklng safer for the gaMr. l'.reckenridge : tended "by Thus. ('. .McDowell, Catosby mblerbut 1 am not Interested In prostatements nre rrtailo as Woodford, .lohn-o- n "A. number of X. Camden, Charles tecting tlie gambler." t to my klioHlmc llmt en tain allegro McMt-ckiu- , .Touett Shouso, then editor la uiiinrrtiun with rnclrm. formerWho Is it Mr. Hruce Is Interested ly rxlnteu, nurd ivt? that ruco tr.icks were of the Kentucky Fanner nnd Ilreeder, As a lawyer ho waa In protecting? lontrollri! b bookmaker, anil that cent, retained twi my to thirty per and Hal I. Hoadlcy. No forwarding the Interests Interested In anil that all sorts ui lasralltlen wens com. with Churchill Downs was In- of Cella, Tllles and Adler, who, thoug'j mltteri under this sntem. The fact Is 1 know none of thenvited to the meeting nor advised of !'., nf course he never knew It, conducted hlnx. JIOT SCIIOOIi LUXCII HKIil'.S for lunch it was decided that any It U.ild that Know that O'lu. Tllles, purpose. John '.I'. Shelby and .Mm It. bucket shops nnd syndicate books. of the heaver. MEXICAN PUPILS IX AM.OXA child bringing t coats would bo ami Adler, or sit lyiuis. uvwieo Even single flower odors, In mnny ran Mien were engaged to draw the net Tlie present movement lathered bj mid DoiikI.w l'.uk, ami it Is all tliearl"u This incensed too nuinbei stay-in- f, Instances, do not come from that bucket shops unrracc iruckH In recall that which was supported by all the breed blni will Inure to Uie benefit of tho countrj. sections of the for tho noon nvs. trom 3'5 who flowor at all, but are simply a synOt SGvundernourlshcd children In CelU hail an Inturest In the UoukIum l'atk era of the State, and passed by a prac bookmaker nnd handbook men, though chemicals one of tho Mexican schools at Wins- - wero chosen because of undernour. of Jockey Cluli. whether or not the other tically unanimous oto of botti i.ousw equally of course he docs not Know thetic combination persons mentioned had any Interest in It Neither low, Ariz., 32 showed a gain .at tho lshment, to 85, practically the entire, or not. I do not know, and whether or not of the legislature. lids. As proven by the result In Now which civo the same odor. -they ran bucket shops In other parts of iend of n test to demon-ampl- school. lurk, the success of the movement he the lilac nor tne neuoirope, ior '" 8ald " the country. ' 'lo "ot k"ow yields nny essence of use tojgtrat(J the benefItg of a hot lunch at thlrocs becauso I was 1 know thvse Tlie punose of the net was to pre- advocates will lead to a form ol Besides improving the health ot Instituted afialnst vent a continuation of such conditions in Uomey In a gambling thut Is most pernicious unJ perfumers, henco they are obliged to school Tho cnndren were selected thoso 85 children, the lunch test haa ltaclnB Commlloti seeklnB to hiveState act CTatlmr -t Comnilwlon us were Incident to tho ownership of as a rule crooked. the duplicate the odor by other means. ' am, tho demonstratIon carried out been beneficial to the women who entireIt decJared uneonsUtutlonal. uttorneyIs for the race tracks by Mr. Uruce's clients. It As revealed by the report of the just ns do the manufacturers o: fla ly true that 1 w.ih an under the supervision of tho county have prepared and served it, for they Jockey Club In a ult provided : grand Jury In Louisville, Uie hand- voring extracts. When you get straw DoUKlas agent. After have learned to select suitable food homo demonstration brought to lit the constitutional ty of "The snlil commission shall have the books flourish even in the mrllied ata true berry or rsrspberry syrup nt a soda the Mexican mothers who were to for their children and tho prpper way acu but It Is not l oUierwlbe. an I power to prescribe the rules, regulaRruFe. mosphere that surrounds Mr. learned In that oue. or fountain. It does not necessarily prepare tho lunch had been given tho of preparing Several of the woof the facts mated la the editorial as Jo tions nnd conditions under which rungambllnc conditions on the racn tracks. that nny of this flavoring came necessary instructions by the homo men have told tho ning races shall be conducted In UiIj iu protecting the Not interested cer- agent they had never had fruit Mr. Itreckenrldge mukes tho fol- Slate." demonstration agent, and the flnan gambler? Of course not. Not Inter- from a berry, but simply from i combined give c,al sup,,ort of the Ued Cro3g wag as at homo before the school lunch was lowing reply: Cella, Tilles and Adler had control ested In the personnel of his clients tain acids whjch when "Mr. Hruce knew that Cella. Tilles of the Latonla track nnd of Douglns who employed his services to destroy ine taste oesireu tim v. sured, the demonstration was carried established, where the chlldrea learnand I'ark. ltegardless of the Interests of the State Itaclng Commission so that and Adler, who ran bucket-shop- s Loslle'a. on 3 months. The school board was ed to like it so well that they asked, race tracks In various sections of the racing, they had purchased Douglas they might run race tracks In Kenso Impressed with the result that it for it at home. Jjitoiilti and Doug- I'ark and reealed tiielr purpose to tucky as they ran them in Missour- icountry,, controled Ir.tllRe.stlon, IWIIoiimioxs, Constipation. voted t continue the work at any The school lunch work has led to las I'ark; that there was a syndicate have conlllctlng dates with Churchill solely for the benelltif the s.MHlUate several Improvements In the sanitacost. In protecting on all the trucks controlled by Downs ninl to conduct long meetings, book? books Not Interested Chamberlain's Tablets have restorTen Mexican women volunteered tion of the Mexican quarter of Wins-lo- w. them ; that racing In Kcntifcky was In ns they did in Missouri, Mr. Hruce tho breeding Interests? What Is Mr. ed to health and happiness hundreds to take charge of tho lunch during the ; that the meetapparently attempts to put the basis Hruce's real Interest? it diplorahlo comlltlon The citizens arranged a cleanwho were afllcted with Indigestion, first term, two coming' each day to ings were long, and under the sjndlcule hf the suit In which he tried to have up day wcert yards, streets, and alloy you system of bookuuklng every sort of the State Kncing Commission declared prepare and sjerve the hot dish. The were Ills letter reveals according to Ml Lblllousncss and constipation. If cloaned, gar.baga collected, autl rascality was committed. unconstitutional on the ground that own statements, that Mr. Hruce baa are troubled in this way glvo themrt agent epcut one nono !he State Itaclng Commission was never been Interested enough to as- a trial. You are crtaln to bo pleased Mr. llrueo states: "I knew refuse burned, resulting ia a greatly week instructing two women each m created to kill Dougla3 I'urk. of these things." certain even the most widely known for they will benefit you. day in the preparation of the food, improved appearanco throughout that nil statements was the desire of facts in regord to racing and that We avow that it "Wo avow that the way to servo it, and in sanitary section of the city. made by us are true; thct all Intelli- - fill the men connected with the move-"nie- he knows no more about It now than InPUT AT dishwashing. The project was then to have a State Itaclng Commis gent men connected with racing or he knew when he was the attorney I.OUlSVUil.K IDLK .",().--( IX U. S. ItKPOKT left under the supervision ot the prinknow them to b'1 sion to remedy such conditions .is for Douglas I'ark and the ..i 10 cipal of the school, with the Mevic.m aggregation that owned It true; that the facts were published In .fisted at every track under the con-th- e : FOR FLETCHER'S dally newMiapers, and that In H i rvol of Mr. ISruce's clients. We went 5,050 persons unem- mothers to do the actual wor'c. Louisville hns to Iu regard to the enactment iiien titi we are now opposed Wliy Is Mr. Hruce giving his tlnifl ployed, according to a survey by the So many children wanted to stay discussion bookmaklng combination and ills high ability and great of the bill creatine the State Itaclng- n bucket-sho- p Department of Labor mado for tho raee tracks In Ken-nlennd his money to this light to Commission were alleged and not de- cunlrollluk Conference, a dls- Unemployment Hut we accept a Its face value lnc.y; WL. were opposed then, as we have repealed the provision In tho j "I know none i ali) nmVi t0 a syndicate book robbing Kentucky statutes that was passed nateli last nlcht from The CourierMr. ltrucv'sFtiitement: ' apJournal Washington Uureau sald. framing up races. April 8th, ISIKl, .o.irs before he the public and of these things." Unemployment fjgures for some ot peared as tho attorney for the Dougllis ,It s provided In the act that Mr I'ark Jockey Club? He did not then tho other cities ot the State quoted "Mr. Hniee does recall thnt Celln had an Interest In the Douglas I'ark jiriu.0's clients tried to have declared attempt to have Hint section of the by the dispatch ar Newport, 1,600; BLACK-DRMIBUT The net creatine: Covington, 1.4G0; Henderson, 500; statutes repealed Jockey Club". It Is interesting to know unconstitutional : (rovlded, That a refusal of the tho State Itaclng Commission was Frankford, 95. that this much or what was general jI The provision under oasseil In UHW knowledge percolated through the at commission to grant any racing The Indiana cities for which tho are permitted was of sweet Innocence thut sun cmthm it license- or to assign any which Indianapolis, bail then In,, association at least forty tloyp, If passed In 1SIK1, thirteen ,eurs before figures nro given are If he White Haired Alabarna Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Com Mr. Itruce. 25.000; Kvansvlllo, 4,350; East Chipreser-- , dosirod, shall be subject'to the review During those youiv the bookthat. had the slightest Interest In the Richmond, 3.G97; Fort and Go Dut The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugn.u ,ollris nt the State." v,.h.ii. .if RiclnL'. either us a sport or makers operated as uiunolested on thfl cago, 1.S25; breeding of horses or Tllles and Adler tvere race tracks us they now operate In Wayne, C.C15; Gary, 1, 290; HamUlt coU, as an aid to tho Came and Stayed. , .Muiicie. 5.057; Lafayns u destructive agency of all that Is not satlslled with this provision. They U)u!slllo and will again operate on mond, 5,4 :17; ' good and noble, it seems to our mun wanted the whule act declared niton- - the race tracks If Mr. Hruce succeeds ette, 2,175 nnd South Head, 110. Tho Dopaitnient of Labor obtulned dane Intelligence.... he wuiiiti nine, iji stltntlonal. for that act though it iu bis present efforts. Dulton, Ala. Inrccommendlng Thed- feeling alter meais. Sour stomach and I... l....Mt,i in Mi- - ltltl... VV'Iwi ....., ...... vw " " " t.i tin. filllM'OllllrJ iun,v imi. m the flsit.e. i.ccnrdlng to the dlnna'.ch lormeu ionui-us t" knows so little, as revealed In hlccoui-th- e to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking Kvery man fmnlllnr with nicln? by nvengi'ig the figures of a number ford's factors In racing ai.J certainly jnunleation today provides: knows that racing has been cleauer of liu'uppii'lint surveys with ihe personnel of bis clients. It aids digestion, also here, Mrs.T. F. Parks.'a nclchbors stild conuiilssiou .shall have tho mil on a blj;her plane; that the stakes It ban been n long time since the of Mayors. was created ,,ow,,r to prescribe tho rules, rcjruhi-an- and purses ato four or lie hundred am ssists the liver in throwing off impuriJackson County lady, said: "I State Itaclng Cominlsslon Similar tl tiros for all tho S;ules ot per cent greater since the bookmakers 0I)S nn,i conditions under which the effort nmdo by the ownersTil-- ; brought t'..' conforoiice to tho t in- gelling up In years; my lie3d is pretty ties. 1 am glad to recommend Black ..i,.,, ,.ulTS jmu ho conducted In thli were driven from the tracks. Hut Mr. I'ark ami l.atonla Celln, ' Draught, and do, to my friends and Hruce "Ih not Interested In protecting clusion there wero from 3, 000, 000 to white. I have seen medicines and remeles and Adler to have that act declar- stt,.." under that provision tho State Hue-- 1 ing tht. eainblers" nor tho horsemen" 1.000,000 unemployed porsons ir th dies come and go but Hie old reliable neighbors." A cd uncoustltutlop.'L Mr. Hruce makes nor the flnaccjnl In- Ui.lted States a very phmslblvi stuleinent of the basis ln timmlssloa has jlio power lo pro..' nor the Is a standThedford's am came and stayed. I am talking of DlacV 'iUt u stuleinent .that in j,n,it bookniaking on Its tracks uml terests of tho Sluto, nor iu UrMutf out of Unit null, exercised uutl uuforccd Uiul tliu handbooks In jt our opinlou is entirely uilslcudlni;. All you who have torpid liver, Draught, a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ol weak digestion or constipated bowols for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. OK. bouquet odor mndo up, presumably, imals. Including ambergris from tho ook out for chills. Tho season is Altl! MAI WHAT Every one occasionally needs something Unworn, whale, and oIIh from glands of the here unci tho air is full of tho dlseaso on and one that will do the work. of essences from various germs. The best thing to do is to anymusk-o"Black-Draug- ht contains perhaps not one drop of and the civet, the latter a will relieve Indigestion to help cleanse the system of impurities. Whllo women know whut they thing from the floral kingdom Cer- little animal not Unlike a skunk. It get your livor in good condition and Insist upon Thedand constipation if taken right, and I know Try want, few If "any have oven tbo tain auiiii.il 's comprise ono.of the seems astonishing to know that tho purify tho'stomnch and' bowels. Hor-bln- o porfumQS nro most Important jugredlcntH ot mod- predominating odor in many so callod Is tho right remedy, It answers idea what their or I tried it. It is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. niadu of. They would ho shoclco.1 to ern ?oc!um?. Theso all comu from oriental perfumes comes not Iron n tho purposo completely. Prlco COc. icun'd &r Jr VU. uncomfortable At all druggists. u. m m one or tho other of five different an flower garden ut all but from a gland Sold by Ohio. County Drug Co. learn that tho fragrant, THOROUSISIEO fK IS 44 ... t Helm Bruce, Former Attorney for St. Louis Bucket Shop Syndicate Seeks to Destroy Racing. al GUI ON ns . For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In fact, we ,,,.,,. sex-do- are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. book-makin- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. If You book-maker- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. " hook-m-ikc- pari-uiuttt- . . hook-maker- Hartford Printing Company s .loc-i.-e- i'an-miitiio- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY look-makr- ni m-i- coii-nect- 1 e, fql-lo- w l. ., epu-tatio- rt Ohildren Cry OASTO R A E "OLD RELIABLE3 THEDFOBO'S parl-niiittie- ht Ulack-Draug- ht ts well-kno- Black-Draug- ht. is Black-Draug- ht i PKItl-'L'MK- x ot Black-Draug- O. CARNAH A . ' . BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY Our opening Saturday was a great success, and we want to thank each and every one who helped make it so. We have not received all of our merchandise yet, but hope soon to have in our line everything you may need. Coats and Suits .A handsome Coat in dark blue, si."e 36, lavishly embroidered Dies ac: , Waists and BIbuses all-wo- Dress Goods Percale in both light and vdark patterns. 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All styles and sizes . 20c Dress in dark blue, copied from Men's and Boys' Furnishings Men's Stetson Hats in fall shapes $ 7.00 Men's and Boys Sweaters, both very new box-co- at model, 1G fur-trimm- ed. Size only $27.50 Brown Velour Coat, Sealion fur collar, warmly lined and interlined throughout, hovqI pockets and belt. Size 16, a real value at only" $13.00 "Beautiful brown Coat for the an ."Imported Model," unique trimmings of beads, yarii and metallic embroidery, red fiannel bound, beautiful lines. Size 36, price . . . .$45.00 - from 32 bust to 50. from Prices 50c to $3.00 coats and slip-over- s, combina- Handsome Dress with new sleeves, round neck, straight lines, in dark blue. Size 16, price $16.75 Sateen and combination materials. UNDERSKIRTS, TEDDYBOCKERS AND BLOOMERS All Silk Jersey, Jersey Flounce, STOUTS Stout." Dresses and Coats for the "Stylish Come in and see them. sizes. Sport Skirts Stripes and .Plaids, all colors and Must be seen to be appreciated. $i.50 and $12.50 Men's Trousers, new fall patters, best tailoring and workmanship. Price from $3.00 to $5.CO Flannel Shirts, blue and brown price tion colors and fancy stripes at $2.250 $3.00 "stylish stout," silk lined. Size fur-trimm- ed, j, price. .$47.50 Regular Army Shirt, pure wool, the best made. For $4.75 miHinwiuiHrf Judge Slack's Reply To Mr. Wilson's Charge That He Is Not YJy. Wilson .In his keynote speech lug himself as a candidate said: "I Ii'Iiwiml at Pleasant Uidge on last have no claim upon my party other SIsitt.Ttlay night and published, in part, than a lifelong adherence to its prinin Siw Sunday Messenger of October ciples and a never falling support of li. jrf: ""My opponent, Judge Slack, its nominees." One of our daily papers, in ('portf wJavrlns to fool the Democratic v?;)tu.i by the claim that he has been ing the recent able address delivered by .Mrs. Fulton, of IJardstown, wherei citing the fact that I had in she was advising the good women '.if:.T Republican master ooin- - of Owensboro, and Daviess county. de- TtaHbivntHTS and trustees or tne jury how they should vote, said: "She nounce.s as a fatal mistake those vot MrfHk. 'Jiv further said: "Not only .so. in. 5ml. uot the conduct of his own j ors who would vote tor me man anu iiHjy shiinii him to, be a partisan not the party." Contrast this with what tho editor .UrfLkVican?" 1 ." HKI.I.S ItlW. Non-Partisa- n ,tiileil , to Mr. Wilson's chargs, atlFiitlou to what two of our J tmMwatlc newspapers have to say In a leading edi- -' wa I'bis question. rrvj-i- l if in tho Owonshoro ?Tm1)i'r J. 1917. in ref.renco to my . ln " lmlltlcal contest case In i Xsit wnr.ny. the editor said: .vny urltlcism that may have been na& of Judge Slack because of his In thi-- i ease mint fall to the .tjiirnlless. for tho court of up- xi" .w..i. )iub vindicated his construction ' T -- -- gust G ,1921 (the morning of tho recent primary) : "I'arty ties never rested so Hght- ly upon the people as at present. A greut change has been brought about in this regard. "It is used to be the boast of some of the exuberant ones that they would vote for a 'yellow dog" if ho were the nominee of their party. The women who now vote cannot b.- Itj- duced to suport a 'yellow dog' can law. 't U Jinncoshury to say that tho dhlate Just becauso ho is a party x'jir- - of Judge Slack's district have nominee and many men, as they "tw U3imM .confldf.ico in fcla ability grow older are showing tho samo t.: pwrfect fairness in deciding a spirit. The party that hopes to wlf, jrixtrtui intention of law. No politi- - thtrefore. must repudit'.to candidates OivUiik could Meie lilm. Tho of the 'yellow dog' type. It It does, "3.-jtu1ms often attested iu faith not it will Itself very likely bo re-- p Judge Slack, Is. or li.e pudlated'in the general olrction." aim K. W. SLA'K unit off the boneli. a fair i au "! And tho voters may further eou- j.iul in the 'smio of Novel ilu.' '. trast tho statement of Mr. Wilson , M tho llawtwvUle Omrioii that he nevor falls to support tho LMOTIPr TO T AY.P AVFRs-nominees of his party, and the stute !M!ht9XIri iUjj dltor said T, or ino of my tli'otitlrs will be "Tliwe yer uxo when the oiuc- - mom of Mrs. Fulton that tho vntor ny. 1 M dUtrict elected It. 'v. make a mistake who vote for the man at the following placer, on tho folpurpos; of nil. . lit nil judgs .'.id C K. K.iilru and not tho party, with an editorial lowing dates, for tho .! t. s aii.tnej wM'tlika of the Louisville Evening Tost ( Dem- bitliiii tnves. I'lease meet mo at "7Wn mlntaka'. ocratic) of March 1C, 1920 in which the places mentioned below: i.'r Had wade an KOSIXK, Satiildny Oct. l!t .i w then narrow enough to be- - IU editor says: Oct. 17 Is AK.NOhl), Monilay or "The New York ltur association tkut nolMxlv could hndlt 'nittlnn HAIHTOWN, Tuesihiy n. in. Oct. IH Tt4tn no wall the iIuMph of judto taking uteps to support .Oct. !8 In tho Judicial S::hi:t'T, TucMhiy p. in. . .' Acummrwealth sittonii as .Iu.Iku juugtja' for reelcczion .Oct. Ill 3;fciiBrd and Mr. Kingo had don flection of thh fall In this city ntli'l'WI'2hh, Wednesday .Oct. 21, good or'iilou of its inembors aro omidiatlc in tholr i I'KKXTISS. Krlilnj Our ,' W.tU".do. TAYOi: MIXES, Saturday .Oct. tt2 g, Minn Juts uot been hteii"u In sMttnitnt that, the only pos'.lblo wny .Oct. 21! liaiiponiiiK' .inii lelnln a Juillclai'y I'n'i' Mill i:UV, Satiinbiy . . . . have to miih Ittfitft. Inil lato polities Is UOHSK IIUAXCJI, MomlM) .Oct. 17 r iumiI us to xeo thai tUw two i.f- - trout Dial titint of paitl-.aelect MUIiiuJimIhcs who haw done XAHKOWS, WViliiesday . .Oct. Itl 'jtmr hnvo Imon sucoeedetl by two Oct. 1 Ul'XDKE, Montlny A iiinlltl(Ml to prurm thulr iRimlles.s of tlielr poljllcul j. li wll .Oct. IK Oltilou, Tuesday 'possess nior- - tiiiat in. ilntlou and Oct. SHI "t'lits in the principle thut hu WVSO.V, Widni'silay Mifllrli'iit to uuiinuiit'o b'' h followed for miiiy years hi KOlivl'OHT, WflhifMhiy . . . .Oct. till Juti.. to nil." UiuUvUle. und will, we doubt not, bo ItllAVHK DAM, TlmiMlay . . ,Oct. 117 JiuJgi's mill . Oct. 'M followed by t him sands of liidupundeut KEXDEIt, Satuiilax Voters. S. A. Bratcher, S. O. C. Wilton, In hU card annouue- - mull In the judicial olectlon of 1921 Jlr i non-partisi n-n-r a of tho Owonshoro Messenger says .in tho issue of hin papr of ilsta of "Au- in Louisville. "When a vacancy --takes place oni The Stork came through our vicini tho bench, through (Uv.it u or rejig-natiofew days, leaving it is not unreasoniible for the ty within tho last lo a fine boy at both the homes of two major parties to each nominate Chapman and Clyde Keown, nnrt a candidate. Hut when tlir tenn girl at tho home of Archie of a jlld;;' who has done well omes a little to an t'liil, the ob Ions thing for White. Ilov. John Hamilton resigned his those uho visli to Keep tfu' judiciary public as out of politics Is to him mid iposition1ia. teacher intinthe ! ..o... ITcw l" i" ' """" "'" tit iitikinli -- ' miMinl .. this should apply to llcpubllcuiis ., in ' will eniiT lino ins imiiiMiriiii . urn ...i .. .. ..i, .. ... muni .is Dt'ii us iii i. riii'i near New Port. Ky Hot riamlHon Is i iiistiiiuc, Deinonats ibo ulsli to . ,.,lln ...". .v ....-ii.ivii. " l... It..l., ttii I.I..I. I......1 ..t II... I.......1. '11-- - .i i A.JiiBi'iil tniinlmii , fitiil 1irlfia, ll l4 int1 many warm friends at liens icixn wno in Kentucky will inuKe no mistake in Milium to reelect .such men its'. indue heir, al Lexington, Judge McKen-- ! i na mi ' .Moss, at Howling Crccii, anil .Judge Slack, at Owenshoro." Whether I have been a Judge iu (ho administration of my office, and whether I have been 3 fair and impartial and have acted without fear or favoritism. I .submit well-dressuiy case to the people of this district, ed who have observed my course; and will specially do I submit It to the hundreds" of Jurors who have sit with mo for tho last six years aim Uolpod of constitute tho circuit court. Let Hunt decldo whether I am untitled to an election to a second term; and particularly 'in view of tho fact that for tho Inst forty years thu people of this district reelected my prodecossors, Judgo Little. Judge Owen nnd Judge We now have in stock ft rv Utrhliead. for u second term. u, Ar-chct I 4 -a I llv. William Wigglntou filled his regular appointment here Sunday. He will begin a rovival niLetlng hero on Monday night after the 4th '' Mrs. John Jackson Is visiting among her frknds" this week, at this place. Eil win hoc. lltlo son or Mr. and Mrs. Lee Johnson, has been sick, but is now nblo to be up. Mrs. Kate Funk left for Howling Green Monday, to visit her son, Elvis V. Funk, until Christmas. Miss Aniiabelle King, of Hartford, attended church here Sunday, with ci.kaj: itt'.v. Misses Clara and Isahello Hoover. It has been reported that Harvo Mrs. Fidelia Stewart of Smith of Tafry, has a sweet potato is visiting her father, U. C. that weighs ' seven pounds, Tho this week. An infant of Mr. and Mrs. Tom largo tuber was raised tit .Masonvillo. llandley ,n. burled In tho Clear Tf n ...... fiiiinnlnpi TimuiJun 1.1.1...U.M. Cnlt on Tho lloiinbllrnn for Fine. "'WJ iiflnmuinn Tiiurmnn i'atton will kill n fat Job IVinting. wish for lilm much success In his new work. Tobacco cutting for this sason has been completed, but some sorghum Is still In reach of Jack Frost. The bean crop has been scrlously H.imag-o- d on account of the recent rains. Mr. Melvin Hartlett will close his singing school hero next Sunday af ter a series of 31 lessons. bocf Friday. uli:ij IHRUHIElPl X" in town with stunning exhioit our EVERY irsO L" jki jvSw - GvijmQG$$ for ladies us t. vr tH& 9 Ki - i in a complete line of world-famo- QmI) JVn'ff sK these . X. -- ' gloves in the very newest Paris and New York s y-.i- -- modes, in alt thu latest fashions and stittiuncs m of sluuk-Cape, Kid, Suede, Silk Lisle or ,WB8Hil I Mj. 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