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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaft, NUMBER 17 to purge tho HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1921. Btnrlod "a movement LIQUOR LAW RULING JS GIVEN FIRST TEST Conviction Without Direct Evidence Claim Of The County Prosecutor A VK HALUTI3 .1UIK1I0 SLACK Bob Canary "of Fordsvllle, assumed his .dut'es ns a peaco off'.'er, unUnder tho above caption the Owder tho authority of constable, at Mo ensboro Messenger, tho leading DemoHenry a week ago, and la making cratic paper In- wostern Kentucky, paid tho rollowlng high tribute to tho officer. This newspaper test week- - warnod. personal worth and professional abilslon for tho purpose of Balo. After jirlato apologies to tho ownor of tho aspired 'or a Repuullcau tu ity of Judge R. "W. Slack, Just nrter the boo'.leseers ot the McIIenry ter hearing tho ovldence, tho court heldi0B( who waa present, but to Mr. ind tnt It. flut some of thm are his election in 1915: ritory that offlcsr Canary would Daughorty under bond for his painful disappointment, that for Democratic vot.js in mako life hard sledding for them, and It wo must have a Republican cir'poararlco at circuit court. ho began tho war by bagging a moon gentleman refused to ncknow,Iedgo the "nonpartisan" Idea. How-caa cuit 'judge In tho Owensboro district, Dougherty, with his wife nnd son, tho apologies or to make complaint man claim nonpartisan votes when ho' how shine still Tuesdny. Wo havo reon. fortunate aro wo that it is to bo movod Into' a houso at Baltimore, at tho accident. After repented runs for offlco-a- s a partisan? stiJJs and stills, but this one, Canr.ry "Robert W. Slack. threo months ago and a short iplanntlons, of his Inability to stop tho y brought to Sherirr Brafchec's In the case, of circuit judges the Search tho district over and whore time thereafter n report gained clr- - mnchlno and his slncero regret at the legislature has provided, in order to morning top3 them all. dilution that ho was bootlegging "unnvoldnblo accident, nnd tho man re- - take theso offices out of politics, that could Lo found n member of tho bar The still is a common teakettle, holdltquor. Daughcrty denied tho charge, imnlnlng as dumb as a post, Mr. n candldato for circuit judge may sub who would bo more acceptable and ing about two gallons, apd tho heatItocontly Dud Howard made affl - Bishop resumedhls Journey, but tho mit his claims for nomination In the more trustworthy In tho estimatipn ing apparatus Is an ordinary gas ot tho wholo people? davit that thcro wore reasonablo strange conduct of the man. was an primary to both parties or all parties burner, such a3 ono sees nt country Wo have known Rob Slack pretty y Ice cream suppers. mental burden for Mr. Bishop nnd his niimo upon proper petition grounds for bollovlng that Daughcrty And tho worm; years o--o had liquor In his possession for tho nncj j,g party. well there wasn't any. The operator shall boHo placed upon tho primary tolerably well tor thirty-fou- r ' more than a third of a' century. Wo purposo M sale, nnd tho hufulry fol - j P. THE AUTOMOIIIIjK RACES U3cd a sponge to condense tho steam ballot. In several districts of Ken-l- owing tho warrant was held before 'SI,K1,p, havo known him ns a Democrat and tucky last August this was done. and then pressed the liquor out with, ,j,ATriiI3R' BAGS Judgo Cook Monday, ine purpose The automobile races scheduled to his hands. The entire outfit was. ALLEGED BOOTLEGGERS Some such candidates vvoro nominat- aa a Republican. And in 'all theso " or Uio InQiilry wan, not to show that jC(,y ,oth tho Democratic and tlio years We have never known one thing occur nt the rair grounds "oturday worth nbout ?2.60. Daughcrty had actually sold liquor, Otrfcer 'Cannry round tho outfit slnglohnndcd bag- - Republican parties. Some won the or Bob Slack to his ,dlscredlt. Wo wero rather poorly attended. Three Rhcirr but that ho had.llquorln his posses- ged R Wn0-- family of alleged boot- - nomination or ono party and lost with havo never known him to do a dis- races were on the program, but only hanging In a treo In the.woods. slon for tho purposo or salo. A num- - 0BKQr8 iast week. For sometime 'tho other. They could, therefore, go honorable thing. Wo novor felt that ono race was pltlled off, and that, late but could find no trace ot bor of witnesses wore examined, and ' rumorg have. been rife thrtt liquor on. In their candidacy on the ticket ho was capablo of doing n diahonora-ble.lhln- in tho afternoon. The management tho owner. Tho""st!ll was full.ot Wo never felt that he was was unablo to secure the required en- mash and about a alll ot "Whlto tho proor chiefly dopouded upon by wng ,)0, 8oJd hy nenry Daughcrty, with which thoy succeeded. county attorney Kirk to noid uaugn - who vea nt DajtIn,pr0( cr(m.l Rut in our own district no candl- - capable ot doing n dishonorable trances for tho two other race3 enter mule" was round in a.rrult Jar. From crty for tho grand Jury showed that roads vlllago a few miles north of nomination of both parties. Judge thing. There has never been a time ed on the program. On the wholo the tho nasty nppearaniio ot thellquor It when, we would not have trusted our affair indicated --that automobllo rac- would seem a fit punishment of tho the accused did not porform nny Hnrtfordi." Sometime ago, sherirr Siaok. being Tor many years an Rob Slacks There was nev- ing Is not a drawing sport In Ohio owner .to sentence to him to drink a. that ho owned two automo- - iimtrhor nnnerl with a. Bparch war- - dont und aggressive Republican. , .lilies which wore often In use, that a panl only tho Republican nomina- - er a man or greater loyalty to his county. gill ot his own concoction. The outwcnt on tho premSog 0f tasked numbor of automobiles entirely oui Dahghorly nnd ,na(-- 0 a senrch for Hon. He choSo to cast his lot solc- - friends than Bob Slack. There was fit, It run a wholo day could not haver-madof proportion to those ordlnnrlly us- - moonshlno but failed, to discover it. My with the "Log Cabin" party. He never a truer Wend. There was nev AGED DENIZEN OF ALMSHOUSE more than a pint of liquor. lug tho road In that nofehborhod was -.- ,,,... nftnrnnon. nr.'u0(1 with war. Is said to have been active also In i or ,n our observation, a man ot high In capturing this miniature still Mr. ... ,ho shorlff Wcnt out framing tip the Republican county er sense or hoaor than Robert Slack. Mr. Squire King, formerly of Dun- Canary has not materially reduced, , seen passing to nnd fro after Daugh- f crty moved Into tho neighborhood,!. n.,lllri,nrfv' Ho has lived In Owensboro nearly dee, mention ot whose "coming over tho daily production of .moonshine, nlneo nnd arrested J tickets It was to hlsjntercst to do nha that a great number . of machines nnughort h9 wfc Luct an(, 80nithls. Ho needed, ull tho help he ro)ty years. He has gone through the hills to tho poorhouse" appeared but he has shown he is trying to 'do , . ... .. . ,,,,. many porsonal trials. Ho has reared In these columns Inst week, Is a his duty as an officer, and the effect was ouserveu 10 sion m nis nousu. ,., nIfl could get from his fellow Republican; The testimony showed that in oncaf- - a chargC(l with botlogglng. Ho in gtUng out tho full Republican a large and most Interesting family. unique charnctr, and his present sit- will be wholesomon that as w"ell as ternbon and evonlifg thlrjyovcnma- - ,,roUBnt t)l0 accuscd lo Hartford and vot. Nobody could blamo him ror Ho hassutfered adversity, but trudg- uation Illustrates how Tlino may In othor communities. Let the good, ed on manfully never relaxing in his play strange games with men as work go on. chines stopped at Daugherty's Plnce.vhcn takcn Mon jU(lgc-Coo, tho that. Mon went to tho place sobor. nccor- d- accuged wero hol(1 to nnswcr to tho Democrats who have pood mem- efforts as a good citizen and as a pawns. Mr. King had been all his .ing to somo witness, nnu came away grand Jury In bond's of $200 each, ories can hardly voto ror Slack, lawyer to do the' best for his com- life a moral and industrious citizen, ARGUS CHANGES MANAGEMENT drinking. which they made by a cash doposit though ho Is a popular and genial munity in tho dark hours, as in tho and has reared a family each membor Tho Central City Argus, which for with the court. Their cases will bo man who has many personal friends. brighter ones;- and he has made good. ot which has found a useful and honho was a His unfailing- optimism, his radiant orable place In tho world. Recent the past six months has been under A WOMAN'S HEART HURT brought before the next sitting or tho Until he was middle-age- d Democrat. For reasons best known and infectious smile, his great char- nge enfeebled the old man's .mind. the editorial management ot Judge grand jury. to himself, somo years ago he loft ( ity toward his fellowmen, has served Tind his children were unable tQ keep R. O. Pace, has been taken over by Mrs. Morris Chumley of McIIonry, Liho Democratic .party and became a Win nnd those who have enjoyed his him rrom wandering into hazardous Mr. Clayton Curd, the chief owner ot' is a bit heart sick. No, her mother . "WANTED TO UK OBLIGING places, and especially upon, the rail the plant, who will assume both that Like the man , friendship well. zealous Republican. has not recently died, no revorscs of hnvo occurred nor hns a falawyer he lia3 hold his own road track. Then Tor his protection business and edi'orlnl management c A candldnte nt t)ie late primary who changes from o.nc church to fortune Asa vored noodle strayed from home. It Itplln this rtmunlnc storv of his roont another he beenme an intense, parti- among the best; as Judge ho. could they had him locate at the almshouse, the. paper. Mr. Curd Is a man ot acall came, about through a mlxup In! experience with h liulfwltted colored san Republican. He has novor been only be fair and just, and In point of where he Is not a charge upon the tive energy and splendid executive-ability- ,. peoplo or county, but all or tho expense's ot rugs. Mrs. Chumley ordered from a voter. Meeting tho negro one day able to see anything 'good in the nnd will glvo-th-a avhis living aro paid by his children. that city and Muhlenberg" county a. ninil order ho.uso a modornto priced tho candidate, whoso porosnalUy tho Democratic party since. He has douo nblllty he will be far above the high class newspaper. o rug for use In her dining room, but neBro" had forgotten, asked him, "Did everything in his power 'to break up erage ot those on the bench InKcn-tuckDEATH ENDS A USEFUL LIFE bohold! whfli tho rug arrived It waslym, voto f0r me in tho primary?" the Democratic party. He was elect, LOUIE IS DEAD ji thing ot beauty and n Joy forever. jyCB( iiUi, cumo the ready reply. ed circuit judgo six yearn ago in this The circuit Judgeship comes to him Mr. Walker Myrtle, merchant and Colors richer than gold and lirettlorj "vhy," tho candidate continued, they Domocrntlc district because of nn unnt a most fitting time of life and he druggist of Horso Branch, died FriTo tho newspaper man's lot It falls (naming himself) fortunate breach at that time In the than roses adorned tho wonderful tell me that Mr. times lend" dignity to the day, nfter a long Illness due to can- to record tho floor covering, and JIrs. Chumloy gavo you a hair dollar and that you Democratic party. Rut that breach will l deaths of many people. said nay to using this Persian pro- voted ror him. Why didn't you?" has long ago been, healed and no office. ' EVERY LAWYER AND cer ot the stomach.- - His remains The task Is usually a perfunctory one, duct on tho floor of nn humble- - dining "Cause, don't you 'member that alter considerable number or Donfocrats LITIQENT WILL GET JUSTICE.. were taken to Leltchticld ror Inter- accomplished with duo rc3pect, but room. She rolled it with creasoless thnt you give mo a dollar, nn' I voted can over bo persuaded to voto to re- NOTHING JMORE AND NOTHING ment. He was about sixty years old, without personal feollng. Yet occasionally he must mention a 'death, loave.i a wire but no children. caro and aupplying tho necessary Tor you." And tiio old colored vot- elect Slack because he as u RepubliTHE HANDS OF JUDGE in tho garrelt er still believes ho pleased his in- can partisan docs not desorvo Demo- LESSAT Mr. MyrUo was bora near Hltes that has something in its relation or moth balls hung Owensboro Fall on Rough rjvor on tho Orayson personal sadness, and it Is With such, to await thotimo when her husband terviewer. cratic votes. Owensboro 'Messenger, ROBERT W. SLACK MoAsonger, November 7, 1915. as all young county sldo. Ho came to Horse feeling that tho writer undertakes Oct. 16, 1921. had mndo his fortuno y . AGKD WOMAN IHKS . married women expect their husbands Branch about thirty years ago and the death Sunday night ot engaged In merchandising, and dur Lpuie Bai;rett, a colored man ot to do whon sho would lay the rug on GENERAL NEWS BRIEFED IX COUNTY COURT ing his business career had lynassed Haytl. Louie had fought none of tho floor of a palaco to plcaso tho Mrs. Ann Tanner died at her homo oyo and excite tho envy of her In Owensboro Wedues3ay, nnd her a considerable fortune. He was born life's great battles, won none ot Its Tho American Legion will hold or nn old and honorablo ramlly groat victories; but had, in his simvisitors. Rut tho good woman was remahis wero taken to Buck Creek?L A. II.' Stewart was apolntcd ad' mlnistrator , of .,tho estate of .,Mrs." Su- - Its national convention nt Kansas whose traditions ho had . faithfully ple way, played a humble but userudely uwukened from her, pleasing. her former home, for burial. ., . ..,.! City, beginning October 31. kept, both as a citizen nnd buslnoss ful part in the roju In which nature-cas- t dream. Another lady ot tho town Mrs. Tanner waa tho widow of B,IU kJlUWUI I, UUCUUSL'U, .U1U UUIUU An early reduction in freight rates man. Ho will bo missed In 'the bun parlor rue and tho Jonathan. Tanner, decensod, jand bond with Henry Loach as surety, him. Louie's traits wero not had ordered pcskyoclcrk nt the distributing hnti"o mother of Mr. A. Si Tanner, avpromf E. S. Howard, Chnrllo Smith fcnd A. will probably soon bo ordered by the siness and social life of his communinil virtues, and maybo thoro aro Inter-Stat- e Commerce commission, ty. thoso who will but grudgingly grant liad crossed tho shipments and that nont member of tlio Owensboro bar, R, Cnrsen wero appointed appraisers. Tho Grand Lodge of the Musons of or gjl0 wa8 go years old. She ' was Only a sniall amount of property is ,& him tho virtues wo Impute him, but Is tho Justiricatlon Tor tho hcallno Kentucky opened In Louisville TuesSECOND MARRIAGE FOR BOTH we are writing from our point pt this story. known to many of tho older peoplo or Involved. Mrs. Mary Clark qualified as ad- day. Grand blaster Fred Acker, in view, not theirs. Louie's first sor-vlthis county. ministratrix of the estate ofher hus opening the meeting strongly to the writer, an honorablo one, HLOODPOlKOXIXfi RESULTS Mrs. Maybollo Herrel ot Rockport, ii'ii Ku Klux Klan, and ad- and Mr. Sam Shaver of Echols, were was given now more than a quarter band, F. W. Clark, deceased, and"on- I'HQSl PARING CORN ON TOE . AVEDDI.NG'S POSSUM. SUPPER torcd into bond with Otto Martin as vised members of tho lodgo to hnvo married- - at tho courthouso by Judge of,a century ago, and through' all the Our old. frlend.jpink Wallace of surety. Tho appraisers appointed nothing q do with It. "Cook Friday morning. Each ot tho Intervening years he had ovor greetMr. E. J. TiUord ot Boaver Dam, Lauter-wnusernThe United States Railroad Labor couple had been previously mnrrlod. ed us with a welcome suitlo a,nd perdied In a LouIbvIUo hospital Friday, Roslno, was In Hartford a fow days wero J. C. Hocker, Robert. Oswald C. Hocker. Board 'has summoned five or the formed with pleasure nny service wo nnd.hU remains wero brought home ago and reporteillbe possum crop An ordor was entered In tho coun- heads or the largost railroad workBETHEL MENTIONS. havo asked of him. We care llttlo. Saturday. Funeral ser- numerous and wcllperslmmoh ripenfor Jmrlal Mr. Wnllaco ty, court authorizing H. C. Sapp, as men's. organizations to appear before what others "may think ot tho now vices wero conducted by Rev. W. S; ed In his community. Mrs. Laura Muple.i Is vlslUatf her dead and gone Louie; ho was pur He leaves u wife and three proposed to furnish tho possums If we administrator or the estate or Joel It In atvofrort to avert the threatenBuckuor. daughter at Cintial City thu week friend and we sorrow ot his goings homofolks 0f'j(udga Wedding's would Sapp, to sell government bonds prop- ed rail strike. children. The. poaco treaties with Germany, . LJttle Vlfftnry son of ..!., und Mrs. Tllford had been In the restau- supply thoBvvoet taters and that wo erty or the estate, ror tho best price Mr. , Austriu and Hungary wore rinally Homer Albl'l, as arrived homo from HORSE BRANCH NEWS ' rant business at Beaver Dam for near- would onterjfaln tho Judgo with n available.John A. Johnson, who will neces- continued by tho United States sen-at- o Louisville, Avher- - ho had been visitn quarter of u cintury, and waa pusaum sniper a few nights after his ly Tuesday, and tho Wllspn fiction ing. Farmers here are ver;-- busy-Ju- st nown and liked by a largo nuinbcf oleetion, vfiicli everybody regards as sarily bo away rrom his voting preon election day, applied tor and of this country bolug still nt war Mrs. Al- - now, gathering corn und getting in Mrs, Chnrllo Snllh tind u certainty. Wo promised tho hearty cinct or rrlends nnd acquaintances. '" ' privilege of casting with those countrlos is finally ended. ihort Mo!ey wore guests of Mrs. their winter wood. .. TMr. Tilford's death resulted from corporation ot HarUord citizens, who was grunted tho voto bsfore leaving for his placQ The treftied wore confirmed by u Preston Daugherty. at Taylor Mines, "Unolo Jlinmle" Miller Is vory ill fcluDdnoIsonlng. occasioned by paring zilollght In nothing so much as to sco hla ' , vote ofCC to 20. of heart trouble. of buslnoss in Alabama. Tuesday. Ho lost UU lHijt tho Judgo oat possum. n corn on his too. -o. Tho Grand Lodge F--. & A. M. of Mr. Boyd Camp Is visiting Mr. Miss. Marguerite McDowell, who tng In tho flro thnt swept a lorKij'jym. Kentucky in session In Loulsvlllo this has been III of tyhold fever, Is im- Clifford Stogncr, at Fair-vie, TAKE A H.ECONB CHANCE this DEATIPOF OLATOX WOMAN bjiSlntw it tho block on which his week. Mrs. Vlana Tuylor ot Morgantown. week, elected F. W. Hurdwtck of proving . t was located, ubout a yjar,r.80, house Mr. Mr. Dick Ashfnrd and Mrs. Mrs. John Cnrter ot Central CltyT Mrs. Fnnnlo Jamison, wlfo ot J. It. nnd Mr. Shelby Rock of Hartford Louisville 'Grand Master. In tho hutldtnj; V And whllo usslsting A recent election In Borlln strong- Mr.' and Mrs. John. D. Thompson of Tula Schroader of near Horton, were-gues- ts Shu was Route 1, wore married by Judge 'Cook died of n now lirlck structurcUm- loaksd Jamison, old. October, 12. woro-lalFriday. of Mr, nnd Mn. E, M", Po-HEach of tho contracting par- ly indicates the. tendency ot Gorman Simmons, Mrs. Barney Hocker ot ggrayatfnR a corn on 67 years , Her remains into his shoes, Sunday1 nnd Monday.'' a second chance In the cltlzons to the old monarchy. Midway, and Mr. and Mrs. CluudTa: ' toe, which he paredwlth a knife, to rest In the Raley burying ground ties ills Miss Katy DoIIart will visit Misa After.tho Democratic committee of turn all spent tho day with their causing a sore that lildHced bloodj'ol- - the dny following her death, after matrimonial lottory, and the Repubcn:ng' " He wont toXoulsvllle about funeral servlcos' conducted by Rev. lican hopes they may each win a capi- Louisville had charged tho Republi- father and -- mother, Mr. nr.d Mrs'. Duim ' Schroader Saturday and cans with 1200 illegal reglstra'nts mid Luna Maples, Sunday. ' tal prize.. wcoks ago iiSiid tho affected Mnuzy ot Fordsvllle. j no'-.iuinn nt offlco-Wednesda, sup-po3ed nil-daJ Bn-lcha- v near-McHong. nil-wit. near Masouvllle, whon 'NONPARTISAN" CHAFF was held hero Monday, whon an In - n fno bulldog dashed out In front of Tho full Republican ticket, under quest was hold Itito,lho quesuon as tho machine and was Instantly killed. Its pn'rty emblem, is printed this to whether or not Henry Daughcrty, Mr. Bishop stopped tho machlno and morning as an advertisement by the who Uvea about five mllos ca3t of wont hack to the mangled body of Republican committee Every man Hartford, had whisky In his posses- - tho dog and mndo pollto and appro- - Is thfro In his propor place, 'i'hoy of speed rnthor novel court proceeding j rato "otto led hi, system to such nn extent that death Tho Republican submits In parallel columns two cdltornls taken from resulted as stated. tho Owensboro Messongor, each commenting on Judgo II. W. Slack. Tho m leader will nolo carofully tho dates, bno of these editorials was written auto kills' bulldog And when thoro was no election approaching, and tho Messnger was expressing owner declines comment n calm unbiased opinion; tho other ono comes when It feels called upon to porform a party duty, nnd this one, perhaps byaccldent rather than design, Whllo on Ills way to Owensboro appear under tho vory npproprlato tltlo of n Chaff." nut oven Tuesday Mr. Oscnr Bishop, nccompn-nl- d this claptrap articlo does not unsay any of tho splendid opinions expressed by his wlfo, Mrs. Ed Barrnss, or Judge Slack six yoars ago. Tho only crime tho Messenger feels auMrs. Hello Coopor and Miss Sophia thorized to charge Slack with is that ho was nominated by his party. a moderate Wocrnor, wan running tic-- wound had "Non-partisa- amputated, ljut the poii.i from OWENSBORO MESSENGER'S POLITCAL CLAPTRAP list the Republicans started a counter campaign or purging Domoqrats, and arter two weeks or purging, two nam us ot Domocrats havo been re moved from the list, and no Republican hns been proven to hnvo Illegally registered. Commenting on this result, tho Louisville Herald says, "Indeed, tho mountain labored and brought forth a mouse:" A prohibition comnromiso project is on at Washington. If tho prohlt bltionists will give consent congress will authorize browing of beer with Just a little kick, say 2.75 per cent, and tax It $5 or $10 tho barrel. This with the tax on dealers, it Is believed, would add n billion dollars a year to the federal treasury. Presldont Harding Is Bald to favor such a compromise. Four persons, two men and two women, drove up in an automobllo to a Glasgow, Ky., school yard, nnd enticed n twelve-year- s old girl to get into the car, nnd drovo hurriedly away. Tho child had whon very young been taken from an orphanage by a Glasgow ramily, and It Is relatives ot tho child wore tho kidnapers. CONSTABLE CAPTURES MOONSHINE DISTILLER1T Gas Burner, Tea Kettle And Sponge Make Up The V Whole Outfit. at ry, ... ,, .... k- ' -- ; y. - ut-nl- 1 co - " r-o- d art to.-tur-n f r i. tp II. Story wai appointed a Justice of TWO MILLION MEN TO Court of tho United the. Supromo 0 ho had a practice of from State' GO ON A RAIL STRIKE to $6,000 a year. Lemuel Shaw, URGE IN BIG CASES who becamo chlof justlco of Massachusetts, had a professional Incomo of from $15,000 to $20,000 a year In HJul Average Attorney Fees 18.11. In 1836 Daniel Webster Greatest Traffic Ticup Evci Known If Men Stick tamed, including his salary as soaa-to- r, Huve Small Tendency $22,000. Ills foo in tho celeTo Purpose." . Toward Millionaires. brated Dartmouth" College caae Is said to have been approximately $500 while tho largest fee-- he ever receivChicago, Oct. 15. Tho railroads "aha nmavKt of his too la a secret ed was $7,500. Tho largest profesvefcirfj a Jmtyar usually shares with sional Incotrie of any lawyer beforo will be ablo to continue operation deSfes ellrnt ami the Income tax tho Civil War was that of nenjamln spite the nation wide strike called by ;Oacaslonnlly, howevor, tho It. Curtis of Boston, who In 1857, tho sixteen railroad labor organizations, taxTt frxw ihc fco and wo get a year after ho resigned ns Justlco ot in tho opinion ot Samuel M. Kclton, Tho the Supreme Court of tho United sJftrjpso (bnlilnd the' curtain; president ot the Chicago Great Wost-crottoa-jnnntIn Now York tho lawyers States, earned $38,000." one of the principal roads includ- wioimJ .brought suit against the After tho war tho Incomes of tho 0(1 Ja tn0 flr8t sroup on which tho Now York, Now Haven .leadors of tho bar began steadily to. II employes will walk out October LI '. wniiBn, v. b.,,1. t ,o0a A Rarftord Jtallroad wcro allowed a $800(000.00 when tho case was was said to havo a steady Income 30. tnrti Chicago, Oct. 13. More than 500, Iur$2,f00,000. Not long aftor, from his practice of about $75,000 Chicago, In tho suit brought by a yoar. Roscoo Conkllng, who prac- 000 American railroad nun were or ia "l HwBWlanih'to obtain a share ot tho ticed in Now York city after he re dofed today to Initiate a strike. Octo Jii JlRno' Field's Interest in tho signed from tho Sennto In 1881, Is ber 30, while other unions, whose said to havo averaged $100,000 a year membership brings tho total 7ttSi tllllnns for her seen. Uit total amount ot attorney's for six years. This was tho first in- -' 2.000,00, announced unofiicloly thnt tets. allowed was $9GO,O00. Of thl3 como to attain a size comparable to Ij they were preparing tonight to ' suit nnd make the walkout gon- 3&aBOP0 vent to Bllhu Itoot, Stanch of the present day. associates, tho" sums mentioned are, oral on the samo dato. . Largo as Iln&a and Levy and their tle-u- n Under this programmo-thMarshall Field, 3rd. Still 'they are much smaller than tho prizes 5ffennnB effected offered In other linos under modern would bo complete, according to union autfsw recently counsel who abjtUenient of tho $15,000,000 es-- conditions. In the same transaction predictions, by November, 2. Tho hour was fixed for 6 o'clock In which "Stetson and Morawltz re-- 1 il Jacqoe3 Lobaudy, self-styl"5ftjnrtr of Sahara," wero allowed 'celved $t 00,000 Andrew Carnegie ob- - tho morning of October 30.- - except fill asgrcijato amount of $37G,000 In i tnlned for tho properties sold a price for one Texas lino, whoso trainmen authorized to go out October fees. that yielded him an Income of $lG.-jwe250,000. And in tho profession only 22. Sssrurul the record fees of an I wcro that of Joseph H. Cho-sa- an extromely small proportion everj Tho railroads listed in tho first : Is to s the Intcrborough- - Street Rail-pq- j- attain anything llko the maximum group on which tho strike forty-tw- o of the The groat majority make come effectlvo touch Company case amounting to States and have a track-llle- s, Henry L. Clinton's barley enough to maintain their fam-- l forty-eigSCS.UfcDO, and while the most that successful ago of 7S.O0O mllos outvo'f the total Brotherhood ot Electrical Workers; $40,ti9t foo in tho Commodore Wll-3tor approxi a ones, except a very few, can hope for United btates tracuago will case. It 13 said that International Brotherhood of Boiler- . mately 200,000. complained that is to llvo well and die poor. II. Yanflerbllt makers, Iron Shipbuilders and Help' . -c The New England States, compriso ers KltximCs 'ice tr as excessive,, and said of America; International BrothWhoa the chest fecla on flro and the group that virtually Is untouched erhood of Blacksmiths, Drop Forgers was reduced he "Would tht& unless It never aifnln employ him. To this ho throat burns, you havo Indiges- In the first walkout. and Helperd. Oldest Unions Back Strike. tion, and you need Herbino to get ' CJtaEfon mfcorted: "Your future The strlko orders were Issued to are anatters of Indifference to rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It All you who have, torpid liver, Brotherhoods, olduvt , . tho Big Five -you pay mo my lltltj9 JUW Wil.i.0.vv. weak digestion or constipated bowels at. iucunse when 3tr6ngthens the stomach and purl - .ana "ist powerful of the railway ook out for chills. Tho season is Star. I expect to retire." -- Landmarks ot a Lawyer's flos tho bowels. Price COc. Sold by j unions, and they specifically Included hero nnd the air is full ot tho disease Ii Ifrt. Tho-xa- m m mall trains In tho walkout. Ohio County Drug Co. XMS TlniB," published In 1014, gorms. The best thing to do Is to Thoir provisions instructed strtK-er- s get your liver in good condition and as the largest li Strong mentions to keep away from rallro.it- prop- purify TAFFY. Ice ay To that date one of $800,000, tho stomach and oowels. Hor-biu- e erty and warned them that violence "by a lawyer from one of tho rwstfvofl Is the right remedy, It answers nn' naluru w)11 no,t bo '"'erated tho purpose completely. Price 60c. regular n- 3ZU3.HT eltlcs of Now York state "for Ilov. Maddox filled-Ul- s the organizations. a western magnate In poihtmont at the Baptist church Sat - r 4te fiolonso of m Soldby Ohio County Drug Co. j ho strllii! was announced fellow r -nnA..s s vjjlnal prosecution, growing out urqay aim it sunuay. uh uwuuui ui helming votQ.sn.ltc be ar &K administration ot one of our 'sickness and death in the home of tho " a" vcr ' per cent favoring a HOW THK FOItU ItAILKOAI) i.as upwaidd of. fcax&s.'" Although Mr. Strong inen-tlw- pastor the protracted meeting MAX KAUXS MOKE PAY a 12 per cent wage d ttie naiue of neither the lawyer been until November 2lBt.!rtke because of zed by theUnltcJ author he, no dpubt, refers to Lowell Owen, son of R. A. and Ada Ruction imw On the day when general railroad Kallroad Labor Board. as ol 3m fw 3ald John IJ. Stanchfleld for Owon, died Friday night, after an 'States .".uly 1 and after It ha-- been declared wage rates were reduced 12 per cent, jMfnfling Augustus Helnze, tried for Illness of two years of tuberculosis, V'.soc' tiiuii of Uallwny Execu- Henry Ford put Injn effect a 40 per aJfe&iid misappropriation ot tho. and was buried In the Mt. . Morlah !'the sjvd-ii here f 'torday tlmL a cent increase on his own line. "A tives .In fjts-Jj- t Kov. of 'the Mercantile National cemetery Sunday morning. i won! I be sought by mastorplece of strategy," The Wall Centortown preache- further rd'.-- iton Fount Sanders of It wns said that iho Street Journal called ft, nnd the the railroad UDnrins the last two decades the d- the-- f uneral. The young man was "trike dec! ' i ws md befofc the newspapers of tho country mentioned xs:i2 prolific source of large fees has x member of the Methodist church announc-'jo.of this further lnUnd-c- d it in passing, along with tho other mi Scea litigated cases, but corpor-nf- c ind an earnest Christian. He was cut. .Jnntt"l lntru"tl' i'. as to astonishing facts that Henry Ford ssrtniiotlons and reorganizations. 10 years ot age. He leaves a father, conduct jf th-- . strike, issuod in Chi- had cut frolght rates, and at the same Wal-do- n, 3To7 7Lrviccs of this kind during a io mother, two brothers, Evan and cago, were dated Friday, October 14. tlmo added materially to tho earning Stet-ssr- a slaters, Opal Owen and and two ol 11 "days Francis Lynde power of his railroad. Tho advance Seriousness Is Einplialnl aad Victor Morawetz are report-&?- a Mrs. Tourney Helm, with a host of It will bo one of the most In wngts. It now appears, was mndo "I fear 'hfl-vreceived a fee of $500,000 other relatives and friends to mourn serious strikes In American transpor- In such away that Mr. Ford profited with tho sale of the his death. ira. woanectlon tation history," said W. O. Lee, by It along With his employees. "With IT. nn.l 7rn nlllinvt TnllckP lf These Csrosslc steel properties. ' president of the Railroad Trainmen, a doubled wage rate," reports a cor!. . . sjkks: dwarf Into comparative Insignl-Sluazr- well, attended the funeral ot Lowell, Willi, , Ullllilft ICH. . W.W, ...... MW.- .- respondent of The Wall Street Jourwhat was In an earlier day pwen, and dined with MY. and Mrs. clrculara to his men warning them nal, "he gets triple or quadruple co aside red an enormous fee that of Ira D. Funk Sunday. In service." Here is a concreto crlticafnaturo of the steps they -y".tt0 allowed Benjamin F. Butler Mr. and M .sL. z Dandr were of the example of a Ford railroad man "on contemplated. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bartlett in the Fnrrngut prize cases. The country was divided Into four tho job," compared with a railroad 'Tbw amounts mentioned are well in Owensboro Friday. groups. In which the men were au worker of the same class on another Squire B. C. Ithoades .attended "" iuarartAeated, but tho fees of proml-Tiethorized to walk out progressively, road: s court at Hartford last week. md successful lawyers' are very twenty-fou- r' "An lnspcctlonof n Ford's watchhours. one group -c xsg'gerated. It was repeatedly The names ot tho group3 were not man's shanty showed that the man Agreeable Surprise. An sitKl that Joseph II. Choate received made public, but unofficially the was not only" a watchman but a cross-lu- g carpenter, a track Inspector and 'SS'ft.nno Tar arguing the income tax Identity of roads In tho first group to when I "About three Court of clerk. He had a sot ot wks "before the-- Supreme told Henry suffering from years 2S cold on was go was learned, subject to changes, a part-tim- e my a severe Khr'Dniled States, but ho several which union officials said would ba track tools, a shovel and most of the tlmo brooms.' In each direction the track T. Talt that tho actual amount of the lungs and coughed tried a bottle ot few. " night and day, I 0v was, "500,000. busy This first group included some of was swet up- clean and boro much and successful Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and tho country's" greatest rail systems," evidence ot tho watchman's efforts. 'its matter liow a Xuvsfer juay b, fees of this size aro was surprised at tho promptness with from coast to coast and, from Canada "In a nearby Wabash shanty sat which It gave mo relief," writes Mrs. to A sln-KxioV an everyday occurrence, two Idlers. A board was out omhe tho gulf. These were: windfall will sometimes equal James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Chicago & Northwestern; --Texas & crosswalk and one wing of the crosssaitih a lawyer's total Income for two Many another has been surprised and Pacific; Kansas City Southern; Peun- - ing gato was broken. Thero was with the prompt relief afford- isylvnnia; Missouri Pacific; Interna much debris. Asked why he did not ar fhrco ordlnarj years. Judge Hen- pleased this remedy. m ry Rogers of tho United States Clr-re- ed by tional & Great Norhtern; Sou "orn fix things up a bit, this watchman roan Court of Appeals of the Second Paciflcfll Atlantic & Pacific lines; lled: "First, because tho. walk Is a THIS IS REAL NEWS Circuit says: "It Is pretty generally Southern allway; Louisville & Nash- carpentor'o Job and tho gate a signalIn boTivred b.v iho well informed that ville; St. Louis Southwestern (wheth- man's Job, and, second, because I am Tho tree expert In the famous Kow INVv TTt clly a few lawyers, enjoy a er Texas lines Included not stated); not being paid for tinkering.", "Hero or gardens in London startled tho pub- Chicago, Milwaukeo & St. Paul (linos again Ford pays twice the rate $C Bw&ional incomo of $200,000 rnoro a year. A somowhat larger lic with the announcement of a find east and west); Northern Pacific; against $3.30,-bu- t gets nearly thrco nsrufcer make 100,090 a year. But I that Is expected to be very popular iu Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific; Sea times the service." tfc tnrmhar who do this Is not largo." prohibition countries. The now treo board Air Line; Erie; Chicago Great The railway unions, which Ford Iorrt Urycu in 1913 said ho had heard comes from Paraguay, near tho center Western and Virginian. Ignored, aro said to havo numerous T ladlvldual American lawyors earn-S- r of South America. There the natives rules regulating tho exact sort of Unions "Which KmicmI Call. $2l,000 or more, but thought wero seen to approach certain trees, The unions Issuing the strlko call work n man may do, and what he "not more than 30 counsel In mako an Incision with a knife, drink today wore: shall be paid for It, nil" directed to'tho whole country mako by their tho sap for a few minutes and couio Brotherhood of Railroad Train; end of raising wages nnd cutting xr&rdon mor than 100,000 a reeling Joyously away. It was found mon; Hrothorhood of LooomoJLIvo down hours of labor. Ford, Bays the One of these lawyers. Max D that tho bark yielded a strong drink Firemen and Kinglnemon; Ordor ot writer, ".beat tho unions at their roaombliug wlno, bountiful In quanMfir. a few weeks ago mado an Railway Conductors; Hrothorhood at chief ttstlmo. increasing pay, but ot in u eoart proceeding In which tity and naturally cool. The small ocomotlvo Englnoers; Swltchmen.'s tho same time ho so arranged his transplanted in London seems to rules that ho galuod by tho Increase 'if Mated that for the past nevorsl tree thriving. .Union of North America. r Tn&ri he had earned an average of be Tho eleven other . organization!, over the union schcdulos. For Ino day for three liuudred dB a ' whose chiefs have been In session stance: THKY GO TOGUTIIKIt ear. 5 "PajHwnger onglnosr. who with her and who said unofficially flint Cummrrf lhse sums with the overtime formorJy rtoolvod $300 a they will Join the strlko aro: "The rapidly luoreaslng divorce flooUt'ctefl in the brilliant lawyers of Interna- month undor tha'natlonnl agroemo'nt SJioet Metal WorkersL JESui iluxa. At t!ie outbreak'ot rnto," remarked the wit. "indicates tional Alliance; International Asso'rules', now recolve $375 a month. Cs Hevidiitlua Luther Martin ot Mu- - that America is indeed bocomlng tho ciation of Machinists; Brothouhood ot But to earn this they must put In xytt.al was luakiug $S,000 n year.' land of the froo." Steamship ClorUs. 208 hours of actual, service a month. Railway and "Yob," replied his prosaic friend, Thiiiii-HJefferson's annual Income Freght Handlers. Express nnd Station This may moan 16 hours; tho first day roinlli law practice was about $3,-- , "but the continued marriage rate sug- Unfuloyea: Brotherhood of Stationary four hour tho second, or any combiOCro. Jt.hu Marshall, who. In 1705 gests that it is fatill the home ot the Flrouvon and Ollors; Brotherhood or nation within tho law, but only actual Jargost practice In Virginia, bravo.' The Amorlcan Legion Week- ttUwrTy" Signal Mon of America; Unit- service- - Is paid for. Jiab tsiiraul H.ono. Aleaudtr Humlltou ly. "An onglnoor on the Ford' road ed Urothorhood of Malntennnco of Sa n prolosBlonal Incomo ot from Way Employes nnd Railroad Shop may cover threo or four times as quiOMu "H.OOO a year. In 181C, Laborers; Order of Railroad Tlo- - many miles for tho samo amount of 7rVlll!anC'i"1;nev "' Marylonjl FOR FLETCHER'S graphors; Urothorhood of Rnllway pa,y ns'hn engineer on, say", tho Mich TVnon In 1811 Joioph International igan Central or tho .Wabash. As- Carmea of America; I UFOTS T FEES RUN $6,-00- Taste is a matter ot tobacco quality We state it a3 our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester "field arc of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Licuctt & Myers Tobacco Co. :; n, seJtl throo-year-o- ld fol-tho- o Chest erfield CIGARETTES Domestic tobaccos ed of Turkish and blov Jed re I sMt; : qr I i . J one-side- ht Van-vlt&- M -o- -- - , post-pone- -Ora-case sumo a assongor run of 75 mllos. Tho entrusting thoir most sacred Inter-oat'- s. Some very flno lawyers havo 'ruloa' regard this a dny's work of d eight hours and proecrlbo $6.08 as such a hard, arbitrary and conception of tiio law that they pay, notwlthstand that the trip tho takes two hours' actual running time. are wholly unfit to bo judges. Tnft Is a human being ns well as a "Under tho Ford plan tho onglneer would rcceivo $3.60 and Ford may jurist and ho Is now Iu a position ordor him to turn around and start whore lio can porfornt great sorvlco back. Ford could also order anoth- to the nation. Ho was hopelessly deto tho presier round trip within eight hours but feated for under tho 'ruloe' tho Michigan Cen- dency 10 years ago, but ho did not o Wabash would havo to allow this dotcat to sour him. Ho tral for the samo did not foist his own grlovancos on call four engineers sorvlco, giving each a day's the public or try to smash things; ho anroitnt of pay for about two hours' work nndopt right on doing Ills very host as ono hour goftfng rondy. Collectively 'n plain American citizen and pcrform-th- e four engineers "would cover 286 lug faithfully whatever work came to mllos for $24.32. The Ford englneor him. And now her "comes back" thus would covor an equal distance for rounding out his own character an i $14.40. Rules' prevent cutting down the career and sotting a flno example ia nnmbor of crews on the second tor- - statesmanship and citizenship. mlnal without reducing scrvlco a pro- portlonate amount. Hcnco, most; roads are denied tho opportunity ofx realizing any return for tho five or six hours' pay unearned by the men after reach hit; the terminal." or-th1 Hfe A t Indigestion, IlllIouMtcss, Constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets havo restorhealth and happiness hundreds who wore afllcted with Indlgostlon, biliousness and constipation. It you are troubled In this way give them a trial. vYou are crtaln to bo pleased for they will benefit you. m ed to i pe-T- Was Very Weak T, i R ce .. . ' RUTH PLAYS BALL Scriptural tradition says .. that Ruth's first home run was mado when she signed up with Naomi. The game was staged In tho field of Boaz, though thero Is nothing said about a diamond. --. ef-c- INDEFINITE - te a: "Is this the hoslory department?" said tho volco over the phono. "Yes," replied tho weary sales' lady. you any "Havo d stockings In stock?" asked tho volco. "Yes", replied tho weary saleslady "Whadda ye v.a- -t pink, yellow or K ffesh-colore- "After the birth ol my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattle Cross- 91 white, of. Glade Spring, Va. "I was very ill; thought 1 was Roing to die, I was so weak 1 couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. I scntforCardiil." TAKE A black?" , TAFT XOW CHIEF JUSTICE Tho solemn and quaint coremonlcs which havo boen obsorvod over since tho days when John Jay was Installed as first Justlco- of the supreme court wero revived tho other day i uiiuiii nuwuru 1UH '"" sworn In as .presiding Justlco of this - a . The Woman's Tonic "I found after one tle of Cardui I was botim- "" hi flf at-fi- lit .lvi fa HI IHO t,..uoi. 11IUUUUI 1UIUI. SIT. Taft is tho first man who has sorved as .president and then gpno on the. Btipromo bench. Ho makes the ninth chief Justice. Ho was sworn by Justice McKonnn, tho Bonlor judge. Mr. Tuft. It Is ncreed bv nil la eminently fltttd for this most Iiu DortUllt nillt. IIo Ik n tnrlnt ),v no. turo, and not a politician m- - mm inn. He has many staunch Rdmlr - JS lis proving," adds Mrs". ikPS Ml?j ! ' ors In both parties and among all classes, ilo Ib oh good a Democrat as he I. Republican and It Is men t hl g fetfl ; type-tha- tho nation .B1i .LZ.I,. i vltnl: period of reconstruction. Crosswhile. "Six bottles of Cardui and I was cured, yes, I can say Iticy were a God-seto me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cascs of womanly lrou- blcs. If you feel the need of a good, strengthen- Ing ,0IlIc, why not lry Cardul? ll Y bo J"5 what you need, ... ud tli 0. -- Children Cry C A ST O R A Ills long training and experience as a lawyer, Judge, high public official in inany capacities, president, teach- or. locturpr etc. ha3 given him a deep and exact knowledge of affulrs. ami his nutural gonlnlRy and human sympathy mako him the kind of a Judgo to whom the peoplo may feel safe In ' AH - Draggists Sjj 4) mm RGADS CONSIDER CUTS emu rAKM V nnnnnrTP niTro inUUUbld CO jIlor Reduction Will Depend On Further Reducing Of Wages To Labor. Chicago, Oct. 14. Immediate reduction of freight rates on agricultural products for a trial period of from sixty to ninety day, pending further wage reductions, was ono of tho proposals presented to high railroad officers jit tho conference of tho Asscolatlon of 'Hallway Executives today, A general policy of wago and freight reductions was the dominating topic under discussion. Realization that the, legal steps nocessary to lower wngos and transportation chnrges would dolny any benefit to tho public Indefinitely was said' to be responsible for a definite proposal to nid agricultural production. According to railroad officials, a temporary reduction of ra'es on farm products was thought to bo wjtli comparatively little delay. A tentative reduction of 10 por cent was suggested. Meanwhllo tho road? would take up wago negotiations with their employes and If unable to ob tain an agreement to reductions, would take Oio question to tho Hall-roa- d Labor Hoard. A decision by the Doard to allow further reduction would then !ifjan Immediate- application to tho" Interstate Commcrco Commission to re duco freight rated on all commodities. If the attempt to reduce wages was unsuccessful, it was proposed to restore tho present rate on farm products. OKIs Moro Acute. Warren S. Stone, grand chief of the Hrothorhood of Locomotive Engineers today requested a conference with railroad executives, in session here, on behalf of tho tix big railroad unions, which have voted to pos-slblo - meeting. Tho railroad crisis wns rendered nioro ncul thl morn,nR whcn th0 Hoard Uande.l .lown n dcolnlon providing for tho restoration or piece work. Tho railroad presidents, were Jubilant while union lenders feared .tho effect on their men, moro than 80 por cent of whom have already voted to strlko rather than accept further whgo reductions' or rules which they oppose. October JM) Strike Mntf, Report. None of tho brotherhood chiefs would deny or confirm reports that October 30 had beon tentatively on to begin calling out employes. Progress wastomporarjly halted In tho brotherhood discussions pending' tho reply of tho executives to tho brotherhood 'request for a conference while tho remaining groups, including maintenance of way, stgnnlmen, fire-me- n and- - oilers, and other railroad unions met to discuss' tho situation. With tho removal of tho piecework ban by tho Labor Hoard the shopmen wcro brought one step nearer a strike. In August members of the six unions nfflllntcd with tho railway employes' department of tho American Federation of Labor voted to strike, ns a result of tho July 1 wngo reduction. The call was held up pending an an nouncement by the board of its rules decision. Today's decision permitting tho road to negottato for piecework was accepted as n defeat by tho shopmen, who have opposed piecework strenuously. ed RATE CUT URGED TU BALK STRIKE Public Group of Rail Labor Board Suggests Carriers Be First- to Act. - Washington, Oct. 1G Immediate translation of the reduction authorized last July In wages of railroad employes Into reduced frolght rates, was suggested by the public group of tho tonight as Railroad Labor Board "ono feasible plnn by which tho pres ent controversy can be settled nnd a Btrlke averted." "If the railroads will act Immediately, in good faith, adopt this suggestion," tho public group said in the first statement issued since arrlvr.! in Washington 'the situation can (to cleared up, freight rats reduced U shippers, th "ost of 11 In, reducod to consumers, and a stimulating effect ciorted on all business." Under the plan suggested by the public group, the railroads would withdraw their request lor further wage reductions until freight reductions have been completed and 'ponding action of the Board on such petins tho tion for further, reduction carriers may subsequently submit," the unions would. withdraw tho strike order. Ilusetl ou Atterbury Statement. The suggestion of tho public group for a settlement of the controversy was bas,cd, the statement said, on one put forward by W. W. Atterbury, vlco president of tho Pennsylvania Railroad, before a convention in Chi cago- - , If your child starts in Its sleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks nt the nose, has a bad breath, fickle appetite, pale complexion and dark rings under tho eyes; it has worms; and ns long as they remain in the Intestines, that child will be alcKly. White's Cream Vermifuge clears out tho worms, strengthens the stomach and bowels and puts tho little ono An tho road to health arid cheerfulness. Prico 3Gc per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m O-f- Friday. Immediate reductions in freight rates it was asserted, would trend to tho benefit of tho railroad employes' and "would constitute one of the statutory grounds for a further reduction in wages," while-- through rer jection of the cost of material, It new yoiiK wins would to that extent relieve the railUOTJI msiCH.U.I. PENNANTS roads of tho necessity of "relying , solely on wage cuts fur a reduction The regular big league ball season of their operating expenses." Officers of sixteen railroad unions C0SC(, wUh tho teains 8tandliru in the The statement which was given out went In session shortly beforo .noon following order: American League by Ben W. Hooper, a member of the at one hotel, while moro than 100 Now Yurk. Cleveland, St. Louis, group, who said it was drafted by tho railroad presidents met at another, jwnshlngton, Hoston, Detroit, Chicn- - entire membership, follows: I notified g0f Philadelphia; National League-- Mr. Tho railroad presidents Public Opinion To Figure. Stono by telephone Uiat his let- - Nou. YorX pmsburg, St. Louis. Bos-tc- r "Up until Friday, there was but would bo considered at their )ton ur00lyn( Cincinnati, Chicago. little, if any, danger of a. railroad .Philadelphia. It will be seen that strike. This fact is well known to 'llin turn Vfiw Vnrk fpnnw , hi fltnnfR. every man In close touch with the .. w .. ... a.v w. .w w. A- t)i I ti ! and the Yankees, stood first Injioth real situation. .Tho railway work-o- rs ) 'leagues; tho St. Louis teams stood would hnvo brought down upon third, the Chicago tennis stood .sev- their heads universal condemnation enth and the Philadelphia teams for resisting by force a wago cut so . in both leagues. manifestly Just and, reasonable as stood nt tho tail-en- d would, proba- that made In July. It may likewise 'ly JONATHAN BRACE Such a peculiar line-u- p bly not occur again In a thousand be said that It remains to he seen WISCONSIN XXX. years. whether tho Issuance of a strike or many TUB years It lnj leaguehas. been 1G went to since both der merely becauso a petition for a pennants one. city, wngo reduction is about to be filed Wisconsin New will be sustained by public opinion. namely to Chicago in 1906. with French-name- s show hoping year I York ball fans have been "Tho Railroad Labor Board has the French 'after year that they could equal tho functioned for moro than eighteen in influence .Chicago record, and it fell to their months, sottling' hundreds of controIts early set Mot to do it this time. This meant versies between carriers and their tlement. The first white man that the world championship series employes, anil its decisions, with but to penetrato this region wns of games would be played entirely in few exceptions, have been respected Jean Nicollet, who'Wus sent out two New by .Loth sides. There would have Now York and between in 1034 by Champlaln to open trade with the Indians. Ho York clubs,- - so that no matter which been a strike long ago, if the two, landed at Green Bay and prob'side wins. New York has cinched tho parties had undertaken to settle withably traversed tho country to f championship for 19.21 out intervention or supervision of Chicago. Fur traderu und misthe manifold disputes they inherited sionaries followed and the latter $100 Reward, $109 from the war period. built a mission where Ashland now stands. This was the first The readers of this paper Trill be "There is absolutely nothing in Cleased to learn that there is at least church erected in the state and conditions that Justifies the ' one dreaded disease that science has around It sprang up the first been able to cure In all Its states und carriers and their employes in inpermanent ""settlement - Jollct that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly flicting tho ruinous results of a strike Influenced by constitutional conditions aud Father Marquctto descended requires constitutional treatment. Hall's pr. .themselves and on tho public. the Wisconsin river, and La t Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and great deal of ; acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Bur There Is no amount of propaganda Salle explored a faces ot the System thereby destroying people that Wisconsin before he took Ids the foundation of the disease, clving the that 'can convince tho famous trip down the Mississippatient strength by building up the con cither side - entirely blaniotojq stltutlon nnd assisting nature In doing Itt pi. Among tho fur traders to ltccfhcd Further Benefits. work. The proprietors have to nuirt come to Wisconsin shores was faith In the curative power or Uall'j "On the first 4iay of July, tho ftail-fon- d they Medicine Daniel du Lhut, after whom the I Catarrh Dollars forthat case offer Oni any Hundred that it fntU Labor Bomd made eti'ortne a city of Duluth, Minn., was to cure. Send for list of testimonials. V. J. CH12NEY & CO , Toledo decision which reduced the wages of Address named. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 76c. railway employes 12 er cent, aggreDuring tho Revolution Wiscongating about $400,000,000 per ansin remained loyal to the British and though Wisconsin benum, basing the estimate on the norBUTCHERED BY WIFE came a part of the United GIVEN AWAY AS VEAL mal number of employes. Since then States by the Treaty of Parts In by a revision of only a part of the 1783, it was not until 1810 that Berlin, Oct. 15. Frau Nehmber-go- r working rules of only one class of federal troops really established wanted to he a gay young widow, employes, the carriers have received authority there. Indian uprisings continued for some time but unfortunately her elderly hus- further benefits, amounting to many ending only with the. Black band refused to stand for a divorce. millions of dollars. "Friday the carriers notified thB Hawk war In. 1832. Then folI So Frau Nehmberger, aided by her lowed extensive Immigration nephew, killed and chopped her hus- employes they would ask tho Labor from the New England States. band to pieces, put some of the Board for a further wage cut of 10 Wisconsin had formed a port pieces In the furnace, some In a riv- - per cent) at the same .time assuring of the.Northwest territory until er, sent some by mail and gave a part tho public that the shippers and the 1800, when It became a part of 'of the body to a"relatlve, saying It people would have the benefit of this Michigan territory, under which wage reduction in the form of reduc'was fresh veal. Jurisdiction it remained until ! 1830, with the exception, of nlno Today tho woman was sentenced to ed freight rates. "To this proposition hie employes years, when it was considered two years In prison. Whereon tho of reduction a part of Illinois territory. With Loknl Anzelcor betrari an . attack oni reply that.. no general ...... , . ' nnn t. i ,ne uu,uuu, n,.iii&au wo nuuuinw ui HCI.ln uo system, alleged that a raies loiioweu-m- j cour state, the Wisconsin territory )y woman cannot be convicted of a 000 wago reduction of July 1; that was created which Included althQ.cost of living has not been sufficrime, no mattor how horrible. so the present srtt.es of Iowa The woman's male assistant, who ciently lowered since July 1 to Justiand Minnesota and portions of got a gold ring nnd several smiles, fy another wage reduction, and that North aud South Dakota. they will strike without even waiting was sentenced to five years. taken Wisconsin was In a decision of the Labor Board as to into the Union us tho thirtieth whether anothor wage reduction Is state. Its area is 60,000 square just aud reasonable. miles and Jt has thirteen elecOho Feasible Plan. toral votes for president. The state Is named after the "This is tho stago which tho conFor Infants and. Children Wisconsin river. This Is nu troversy has now reached. Year In Use For Over OJIbwa phrase which means 'iThoro la at least one feasible plan "gathering waters." It Is some - Always bears by which It can be settled, and a times called the Badger Stute. th strlko.avcrted. That plan Is predictSignature of (by McClurt N(wij.Pr SjrnillcaU.) ed on un excellent suggestion made i1 t"l Blr"e ..-- -- The Story of Our States by Qonrral Atterbury, of the Trnn- sylvanla Railroad, In his speech be foro the convention of Vehlclo nnd1 Implement Manufacturers at Chicago last Friday. Ills suggestion Is quoted as follows; " Nevertheless, it Js a fact that tho carriers, though they aro not earning what they should earn to entitle theni'to bo called prosperous, nor what the law Intends they shall earn, cannot rest undor such protection A'hllo Tother business struggles for its life. " 'It would be a wise policy for the carriers publicly to avow that view, and voluntarily reduce rates where they now work hardships, oven tho such rates, may bo reasonablo In a ransportatibn sense, and even though to recVuce them means a loss of revenue to tho carriers. "Tho carriers can do this of their own violation, whore it would be improper for tho Interstate Conrmerco Commission to do so. Tho result would bo n temporary check in tho rising fortunes of the carriers, and that they can III afford, but It would be a stop In the restoration of sound business conditions and the public should glvo to the carriers a real appreciation of their act. Would Stimulate Bufilnpw "If tho railroads will immediately, Jn good faith, adopt this suggestion of Mr. Atterbury, the situation can 1)0 cleared up, freight rates reduced to shippers tho' cost of living reduced to the consumers, and a stimulating effect exerted on all business. "We would suggest that the wage cut of July 1 be translated at once Into a reduction of freight rates. This would be much moro tangiblo and satisfactory to the public than to promlso that future, wage reductions will be passed on to the people In the form of reduced freight rates. The public undpubtcdly expected this result when the July wage reduction vas made, and its consummation now, though comowhat delayed, would be highly gratifying. That direct benefits would promptly follow and that the psychological effect would be Instantly beneficial cannot be doubted - "Such reduction In the cost of liv ing as might result from this and other causes would Inure to the benefit of the railway employes and would constitute ono of the statutory grounds for a further reduction In wages. At tho same time, it would have a tendency to reduce the cost of material supplies to the carriers, and it would not then be necessary for the carriers to rely solely on wage cuts for a reduction of their operating expenses." -- CSiiIdrcn Cry for FEefclter i if tJI III II PfIhe and has been made under Ills yci- sonni EUIer vision Bince ite .nfC3cr-- r A1iow n0 one t0 dcceive Ja m All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " arc hut: Experiments that trifle with nnd endanger tho health and Children Experience analnst Experiment. - in use for over over 30 years, has borne the cirjnettwo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has CjjcXrZyirj- w , i Just-us-go- ts Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PflregcwJc-,- ,, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It canufnss. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance Its. flge is Its guarantee. For moro than thirty years is has: been in xonstant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulencyv. 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Give them a trial. cost a quarter. m y d The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope' to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One- dollar ax3 seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send 5a your subscription now. Don't delay. Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! When Cleaned and Pressed, on the Hoffman Sanitary Steam Press. ' ' VENUS I'HOTOGKArilEp IN DAYLIGHT NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES I Astronomers at the University of Utah observatory recently succeeded in photographing tho planet Venus in daylight. This was done by placing over the camera a number of screens specially designed to filter and neutralize solar rays and yet not obscure the Image of the planet. The achievement is regarded as ono of great importance as it points the way to further work of this nature, thus lengthening the- - working period of each day and enabling astronomers to take advantage of the most favorable atmospheric conditions. s first-clas- cleaning: satS We have the best equipped and most piessing establishment in this section of the state. Prompt wst s srvice guaranteed. 'special attention given to parcel Bfe te -- packages. We give 24-ho- ur service and all work gunranteeiL. Cleaned and Tressed' MEN'S LIST Men's Suits Men's-Sui- ts ( ouit nucES (2iiece) i - ? v Chambcrluln's Cougli Remedy. This remedy is intended especially tor coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. Prom a small beginning Its sale and use has extended to all parts of tho United States and to many foreign countries. This alone is enough to convince one that it Is a medicine of more than ordinary merit. Give it a trial and you will find this to bo tho case. m THE HUMANITARIAN "I use this horriblo shriek Jiom on my automobile for humane reasons," explatned Lieutenant Husted. "If I can paralyze a pedostraln with fear, ho will stand still and I am less likely to run over him." The Arkllght. QUESTIONS ANSWEKEO Distances to Nearest Stars. Ques. Does the light that we see nightly rotleoted from the stars take years to reach us? Airs. The stars are so great a distanco from us It Is Impossible to appreciate such space. So far as known Alpha Ctntaurl, a brilliant stac of tho southern hemisphere- te ono of our nearest star neighbors, yo't its distance Is so great thai light which travels over 180 " miles a second requires about 3 (3 piece) Overcoats, medium Overcoats, heavy and long . ". 11.50 $1.75 . ?1.50 $1.7& LADIES' LIST Dresses, plain Dresses, with drape Dresses, fancy Coat Suits, plain Coat Suits, with drape Skirts, . pleated Coats, long Velvet Sulta Steamed Waist, fancy - r- - , $l:?0 .". . f 1.7R $2.25". ?1.5(V ..'.. : ."'.' . - $1.7C $1.00 Bp l.SO . 1 $3.00) 7& SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO., IIHODES & LONG, l'ro'W. .ll ... .,. Leitchfield. Kentucky. o ! poHsIhre-ictlifcSM- -- 18-1- CASTOFUA 30 & i.".- i years to reach us. This distance is approximately 224,000 times the radius of tho earth's orbit, or nearly 21,000 000 OQJ),000 mllos in a direct line. Yet this is a mere trifle compared with tho distance which Intervenes between us and other stars whose paralax has been approximateThus, UcM roqulrsa ly determined. 21'4 years to coino from Slrius, 25 years to come from Arrtucus, over 48 years from the Pole star, while the time required from the telescopic stars is immensely greater,, nwefdue even to 30,000 years or mere. Ttithii Idea of the distance to the (mwt stars may, be gained from tlictrafcslfe-Ho- n , that, if it were an airplano .flying stcadiTj- ?& miles an hour nnd not steppinrr . require. 34G,000.OOQ,0QO- - year Cb reach Alpha Centaurf. lTiu trrrBar must not contuso stare wtrh tho sAk- ots, however- - Tho latter uctbcu fit our solar system and are coramm.-tlo-ly "near" ""The v t' When In the midst of a presidential campaign In 191C President Wilson forced the passage of the Adam-so- n 'law the people wero warned of the danger to the country that would result from this unblushing effort to buy votes with money drnwn from tho fedornl treasury. Today tho country Is threatened with a railroad strlko that would parnlyzo the business of tho United States. Is this condition largely due to tho passage of tho Adnmson law? Wo will let the Democratic Louisville Times answer In .Its Issue of Monday of this week the Times says editorially: "The modern chapter of' railroad labor troubles dates back to tho passage of the AdSZ nmson law In September 191G. Tho Buick Model 1922 Six 45 Presldont, Mr. Wilson, was on tho threshold of a national election nnd We have just engaged Che agency for the sale of the Buick in Ohio county, an International war. More for the reason thnt tho former but latter and want to tell you about our car. Influenced, by that ns well congress The makers of the Buick car gave their first attention to building a mayielded to tho railroad workers and chine that will stand up for dependable service. Form and finish are matters tho greatest obstacle to reasonableness on the part of the railroad union of taste, but everybody wants a car that makes certain the end of the journey. emloyes was erected for a troubled In the Buick you will find that car. future." The Times knew nt the perior." what they will time of tho passage of that vicious CsSl Come in and see our Sixes and Fours and let us show laying the foundation ' Do not buy till you have seen this splendid car. two officers of tho law re- law, that It was When do. would threaported finding Overton Harris, demo- for future troubles that ten the very existence of tbo governcratic candidates for mayor of Louis .$1495 Six cylinder, three passenger Roadster ment but It was willing to pay tho ville, with a lady In a machlno at price of possible future national dis1525 Six cylinder, five passenger Touring night, on an unused road and the present need of votes. lights out, Tho Hartford "Herald aster for the. 935 Four cylinder, Two passenger Roadster . . . . rushed heroically to Mr. Harris' de,. . . 975 SELECT SELECTIONS Four cylinder, five passenger Touring fense. Now that It develops that Mr. All prices f. o. b. Flint, Michigan. been three times fined in Harris has Mr. J. E. Miller and little daughter, nollco court, once for drunkenness, X.ouls, Illinois, past thirteen months, will Winnie, of East St. within the visited relatives In this community the Herald dispute tho records of the Saturday nnd Sunday. court as It did tbo statements of the Mrs. Fannlo Miller of Eden, was officers? For Circuit Judg guest of C. F. Miller the week-en- d n. W. SLACK i and family. It Is too bad to be true. Railroad "For Commonwealth's Attorney Mr. Guy Atherton of McLean counV workers of the entire country are ty, visited Mr. Everett Langford and CAUDE E. SMITH visited Rev. W. S. Hill at his new threatening to go out on strike Octo- family Sunday. For Circuit Court Clcrlf homp In Bradsfordvllle Saturday. The counH can't happen ber "0. FRANK BLACK Messrs. Everett Miller and EIvIf Mr. C. B. Everly has moved to the try can not stand for such a threatenHill, were guests of property ho recently bought of Rv .for Representative will not bUn.l for it Miller of Round It ed IRA JONES c".iloye. .Mrs. M. F. Langford and Loretta W. S. Hill. T'.n' ii'i'roads and" their flosey Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Ernie TIchcnor of Centertown, For Count j Judge a common grout 1 of must fltid " The musical given at Mrs. M. F. was a guest of Miss Bessie Carter last ' R. R. WEDDING yj or the peoplu through repre- Langford's Saturday night was an F. B. Touring. . . $975.00 week. ' 975.00 sentatives In government will settle Sntertnlnlng evnt. Both vocal and For County Court Clerk F. B. Roadster Mr. Dan Cascbler and wife and E. G. IJARRASS it. We think there is no real cause instrumental music were rendered Mr. John flail, wife and son of 490 Touring 525.00 for alarm. It Is often said that for the entertainment of the guests. Drakesboro, visited friends near here .For County Attorney '. "This news Is too good to be true," -- Mr. W. I. Langford made a busi- recently. 490 Roadster OTTO C. MARTIN 525.00c but In this case It Is simply to bad to ness trip to Hartford Saturday. For Sheriff : 490 Light Delivery Truck Mrs. Ida Lambert and jihlldron 525.00 be true. There Js a man of parte, G. A. RALPH Mr. Jesse Huff nnd family of Nar- are spending several weeks with Mrs. All prices f. o. b. Factory. helf of governnot a truckler, at the rows, visited the family of Mr. J.'L. Lambert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LewFor Tax Commissioner ment at Washington. ROY KEOWN Miller Saturday night nnd Sunday. is Lambert of Horse Branch. Master Billlo Ranney of McIIenry Mr. and Mj-s- . P. L. Wood and Mr. For Jailer Now that the country is threatened ' NATHANIEL HUDSON has been visiting his grandarents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wood and little daughstrike of railwith a country-wid- e and Mrs. C. W. Ranney, the past few ter, Viola May, were guests .of Mr. Tor Coroner Hartford, Ky. road employes the Hartford Herald days. and Mrs. Richard Danks at Nelson, W. A. HIMES calls for tho iron hand of the nationmm "l " But does not the al government. For County Surveyor ' Sunday.Stork visited tho home of Mr. ASSESSMENT NOTICE The C. S. MOXLEY he Is calling Herald man know that Only a few tumo days tiov.ip which and Mrs. Clarence Morris recently, for tho Iron hand now to correct the to comply with the law requiring you For J. 1. O. C, District No. 1 baby girl, Annie Lee. corrupt use of the mushy hand of the to file your assessment list with the and left a J. P. McCOY federal governmnt In 1916? Do not county tax commissioner. Please at.District No. 2 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. take our word for It. Read In this tend to this matter at once. SHAVER FELIX Issue what the Louisville Democratic respectfully, Yours Ohio Circuit Court. District No. 3 Times says about it. Neighbor, it is D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. Nanle R. Qulnn, Plaintiff. Q. B. BROWN putI not innate cruelty that keeps us vs. Report of Sale, -- " Mary J. Qulnn, et al., Defendants. District No. 4 on the gj )W witnesses ting Democratic IN THE RESTAURANT Pursuant to a Judgment and order J. R. MURPHY We have opened for business in the building forstand to refute your arguments, or "Do you make any re- of sale Customer: in the above styled but tho duction for those In the same line of action atentered 5 your allegations, ; District No. rather the September, 1921 term of merly occupied by'W. E. Ellis & Bro., on Clay Street, J. W. GRAY the above styled court, directing me rules of the game Justify It. business?" and will handle a complete line of to sell the hereinafter described real District No. 0 Walter." "Yes; are you a restnurant estate, for the purpose of dividing A hundred years hence, or perhaps keeper?' ' MACK MARTIN the proceeds of said sale among the soonor, people will look back with "No I'm a burglu." parties entitled thereto, after the Customer: District No. 7 payment of the costs of this action wonder on a time when millions of J. W. TAYLOR and the cost of this sale, I will offer men wont Into the grimy pits to mine G. O. P. SPEAKING for sale at public outcry to tho highDistrict No. 1 coal to supply the world with com the best L. J. PICKEREL DATES ANNOUNCED est anddoor In bidder ntKy., on Court' power. Even now every ono mercial MonHartford, House For Constable, District No. 7 day, November 7th, 1921, at about knows that tho sunshine of a single AM R. H. BASH Campaign Com- the hour of one o'clock P. M. (It beThe Republican summer day, If husbanded, would ing first day of the regular term supply the active energy needed by mittee has arranged a list of speak- of theOhio County Court) on a credit ' the a year. Tho ing dates for the Candidates and of six and twelve months, the followElectros of sorao of the Republican the whole world for cover tho greater porsource real estate, lying We will pay the highest market price for all kinds candidates did not appear In this pa- waves of the ocean is another energy, others which County. The list of ing described County, Kentucky and being in Ohio and tion of the and unceasing ' per last week because wo did not of unlimited of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" is our appointments described as follows: an .speakers making tho fcavo tbo cuts. This newspaper re- and there Is In the air about us 1st tract: Beginning ut a white few In addition motto. Give us a trial. gards every candidate) on the ticket inexhaustable supply of electricity. will include quite a Nominees. The oak or a stone PermellaA. or J. W. Republican Hunter's N. E. corner; thence with ' as worthy the support of the best cit- That the inventive genius of man will to the poles to a stone; long delay tho Invention of rendering campaign opened last night at Nar- his line S.GO 46 izens of the county. poles to a stone; thence thence E. active this endless supply of latent rows. NI 40 poles to a stone; thence W. The dates and places of speaking 28 Guess wo wero wrong about the energy it Is difficult to believe. poles to a stone; thenco N. 6 I - iclty of Hartford having a water conare as follows: poles to a stone .corner to Mary E. Phone 89-- 2 HARTFORD, KY. ! . Oct. 21, 7 p. m. Fulkorson's survey; thence W. 28 Distressed at Its- failure to discre SCIIROADER'S . . . tract with tho light and power comOct. 22, 7 p. m. poles to the beginning, containing 17 Slack's reversal record, the Mt. PLEASANT pany, but It willingly accepts free dit Judge 7 p. in. acres moro or less. Oct. water for the ladles' rost room which Hartford Herald sheds a few tears be ROB ROY Being same land conveyed, by D. we proved by Democratic evi- TAYLOR MINES . . . .Oct.25, 7 p. m. M. White and Dickie White his wife, this company furnishes gratis. But cause Oct. 21, 7 p. m. deed for which is of record In th what about tho city council conniving dence that Slack's reversal record CROMWELL 7 p. m. Ohio County Clerk's office in deed, Oct. wfis twenty nor cent lower than BAIZETOWN at graft In its light contract, eh? 36, page 35. AH circuit Judges, stato RENFROW Oct. 20, 7 p. m. book trnct: Alsb a tract of land Blrkhends. 2nd Oct. 27, 7 p. ni. deeded by federal, get reversals, and the ROSINE Mines, and Fulkerson's heirs, Tho mines at Taylor Broadway and McIIenry have orders only means of determining whether HORSE BRANCH . .Oct. 28, 7 p. m. deed for which is of record in the Ohio County Clerk's office 'in deed ; Oct. 29, 7 p. nt. book 37, page 20. Tho coal and mln- -' for coal, but can not get cars to ship or not a specific judge Is getting OLATON For first-clas- s Oct. 22, 1 p. ro. oral has been previously sold, and work at reasonable prices see to market, becauso the Wilson ad- moro than the averago Judgs Is' by FORDSVILLE it Judge Birkhead, TRISLEH Oct. 22, 7 p. ro. said land conveyed by E. E. Fulkor- -' comparison, and ministration McAdoodled the rolling -- . son and wife, to Claud and Nannie R. .stock of the railroads. Tbo Idle work- certainly a good Democrat if a bad Qulnn, on October 9, 1909, which CKILUiVO 1TE.ALS guesser at the law, was the only cirmen at these- - mines can answer candeod is of record in the Ohio County Inquiry of wby the cuit judge whoso record we happened didate Wilson's Clerk's office in deed book 61, page Mr. Ernie Rober.tson of McLean 544. ' to know. It Is funny to seo tho HerBEAVER DAM, KY. ' cars arc idle on tho sidings. Tho purchaser will bo required to ald writer squirm as wo meet each of county .visited his sister, Mrs. J. H. execute bonds for the purchaso price Wood, last week. A Democratic speaker appealing his attacks with Democratic evidence. Wood and Mr. immediately after Carbon Cleaning, Valve Grinding and Ring Fitting Mr. Owen Jones of tho steamer of said laud to be approved by sale, county voters told them he .to Ohio the with security ' payable Tlie shadow of Judge Slock ap- Hazel Rico, spent last week at homo cr iniiiist-loiie- r in six and a speciality. wanted to ask ono question and let twelve mouths bearing Interest at tho It for thomsclves, and pears to fall with frightening effect with his family. ihem answer 0 jer cent por annum, fror Mrs. Ora Chlnn and little daughter, rato of ,Tie gave thorn this sockdolllger: "Why on our good nolghbor, the Hartford All work guaranteed. Sill bonds to havo vis- date until raid. J. p. Taylor, Bld'g. many railway cars Betting Idle Herald. It not only never Mops, but Graco Truman, of Hopklnavlllo, tho force nnd effect of t Ji.op wont. A are so ited Mr3. Chlnn's sister, Mra. John lien will bo retained on tho land sold never slacks In its fruitless attempt on' tho sidings?" But tho poople do to further secure tho payment of many Carter, recently. not need to answer. Tho Democratic to criticise tho Judge. Hut Mr. Alvls Fulkcrson has moved to 'said bonds. quos-Ho- n Democrats not share t'io Jlonild'a do Given' undr my hnnd this tho 19th loulsvlllo Times answers that the Louisville (ho property he bought recently from day 6f October. 1921. In another column of this issuo. Bcnro. This from Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job .Evening Post. Democratic and partl- - jfldirnr Duncnn. OVl'U C. MARTIN. M O O. C. C. Work Delivered Promptly. B.Evcrly and son, Veruon,l John II. Wibou Attroney. Mrs. C. Republican county campaign sau to tbo core: "Wbou tho term of commltteo Is staging a number of, local speakings for tbo candidates and others nnd a fine condition of Interest Is resulting. Tho speakers Weekly by rnbllshul present nnd n pARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY report good crowds lively interest being taken. The peoIncorporated ple need only to havo their memorlos refreshened of tho eight years of WilW. S. TINSLEY, Editor son Incompontecy and' oxtravlganco and Business Manager. to recognize tho necessity of swatting whenever It sticks Us Entered nccordlng to law at the that old bunch Hartford, Ky., as wall head up. ToBtofflco, matter of tbo second class. That tho Harding council to conto sider limitation of armament Is takall communications Address en very seriously In Europe Is eviThe Ilnrtford Republican. denced by the fact that England Is sondlng Lloyd Gcorgo nnd Franco NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS of tho greatest .Subscribers desiring the "paper sent Premier Brlnnd, two ') a new nddress must gtvo tbo old statesmen In Europe, as delegates to lldress In making the request. tho council, nnd that tho assombly Business Locals and. Notices 10c of tho Loaguo of Nations, nftor bolng ler line, and 8c par lino lor eacn aa In Besslon for a, month with nothing llttonnl Insertion. Obituaries. Resolutions and Cards accomplished, has adjourned to w.alt cf Tbanks, lc per word, and Cc for on tho result of the disarmament ftch bead lino nnd siguautro,. money council. In advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per We will wager a brickbat against but other advertisements, vord. ball of twine that the Hartford' will a Anonymous communications Herald will not reprint this excerpt receive no attention. from an editorial In Thursday's Courier-Journal: "Any voter can move TELEPHONE toward- - keeping Judges, out of poli59 banners Mutual tics by declining to voto for nny candidate for a Judgshlp because 'he Is OCTOBER 21 a Republican or n Democrat; by deOTIIDAY, clining to voto to remove a Judge whoso record Is good and who Is opREPUBLICAN TICKET posed by a candldnto not his su- Hartford Republican n Judgo who has done well comes to nn ond, tho obvious thing for Mio'O who wish to keep tho Jud'clary cut of j him. D mo- politics Is to crats who wish to maintain the high level of 'lift bench in Kentucky will mnki- ro mlstako In voting to such men ns Judgo Korr, nt Lexlhg- Inn ft iff a. Hfnea n TlAHlllnm ftrnnll nnd JUDGE SLACK of Owcnsboro." re-ele- The Buick t X The Car That Stands Up ir yoi 0 ACTON BROTHERS, wiggagyagjsi J Hartford, Ky. .., Chevrolet Prices! Taylor & Morris Motor Co. ' New Store . Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. J. B. YORK & SON, - , 2, ' AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! SANDIFUR & PETERS, 1 Jhe ! A- - AfciiJfe Glove Specials Mi's Leila Glenn, who Is teaching in mo lonirni iuy nign scnooi, spent, tho week-en- d with her parents, A School Fair with n (Ino nrogrnrri, Judgo J. II. Glenn nnd Mrs. Glenn. will ho held at Kordsvlllo October. Doji't fall to tnko advantage of our 28 and 29. Saturday specials shown elsewhere In Mr. nnd Mrs John DultJ and 3!'Kn this Issue. VILLIAMSj.& TAYLOIt. Amelia l'lrtle and Bessie CUrk were In Owonnhoro Wednesday. Hnvo you seen our new line of Mrs. Mary Stalsworth, Mrs. Walter Flash Lights? Sco the Spot Light Hinshaw nnd Mr. Pendleton Hinshaw which will penetrato dnrkness 300 OHIO COUNTY DnUG CO. feet. were In Owensboro Monday. Mr John Mldklff of Whltesvillo, was In town Thursday. Tho pastor, assisted by llev. C. C. , Mr. James D. Render nnd wife of Mr. Daves of Heaver Dam, Is conducting Tulsa, Oklahoma, are visiting Render's brother, Mr. Luther Rena revival meeting at Simmons, der nnd other rolatlves at Beaver Mr nnd Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mrs. E. Dam. E. Blrkhead nnd MIbs Desslo Gilles"Now arrivals at WILLIAMS & pie spent Friday In Owensboro, '-J TAYLOR'S In the evaporated goods Mrs. Amanda Darrett dt Darrett's line- - Sun Maid Raisins, Blue Ribbon Ferry, la visiting her daughter, Mrs. Peaches, Sun Sweet Apricots, Del Monto Prunes. Moorman Cridcr, In Louisville. I f 1 n f Stetson Gloves for Service .' We are showing a wonderful assortment of Stetson Gloves made of carefully selected leathers finished with utmost care and in a variety covering every need whether it be for automobile djess or heavy work. Select your pair while our lines are most complete, Mr Thomas Duko of Owensboro, Fresh Shipment of Lowney's CanMr Duke, Sco tho new Creit Package at wapiti Hartford Tuesday. dles 10t2 until a few years ago, was one of tho OHIO COUNTYDItUQ CO'S. most successful farmers ,o the community. Miss Myrtlo Maddox, nsslstnnt county clerk, spent tho week-en- d with her parents In Beaver Dam. Mr. W. D. Blnckwell of Greenville, district gamo warden was In Ohio Mrs. Filura Barrett of Barrett' county Wednesday and Thursday, Ferry, Is a guest of her son, Editor looking after possible violations of Lyman Barrett, of the Hartford Her the state fish and game laws. Sun-nyda- lo 1 ald, LOST Whlto bird dog. has brown card. Liberal reward for return to CLEM SCimOADER, McHcnry, Ky. 17t3p Mr. Roy Blankenshlp, who lives about a mile from Beaver Dam, lost a small child Wednesday night, of diphtheria. Two other children of the family are ill of tho same disease. Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx Children's Gloves rjnc to $1.25 Hoy's Gloves, .GOo, 75c, yi.00 $1.25 Men's Gloves, gf.OO, $1.25, 91.no mid 92.00 c, TS5 't , Special price will be made Saturday Mr. and Sirs Owon Brown have gone to Indlapapolla, Indlann, to vis-- ti October 22 on sugar and lard to give Mrs. Brown's brother, Mr. Coleman benefit of decline. We want your ' eggs; will pay top market price in Wilson. cash or trnde. WILIAMS & TAYLOR. Mrs. Lula. Coppage, who spent the son, Mr. Earl Cop-p'asummer with her Mr Ciovo IUr of Louisville, was at Bragadoclo, Missouri, has remixing with old friends and former turned home. customers here tho lattc'r art of last Mrs. John C. Riley attend- week. Clcvo is now manager of a Mr. and go Main street wholesale grocery ed tho burial of Mrs. Ann Tannorj at church, near Nuckols, houso in Louisville. Buck Creek go Going Some?J You'll say so, when you see the siew models, in suits we have ready for you for fall; they're the liveliest styles that have been seen here., Harj: Schaffner & Marx made ' li i Good Yeair Tires with the heavy diamond tread, which avoids slippage, will give you long service and more mile age per gallon of gas. Judge Cook married a couple Wedor nesday. We did not see the couplo. your windows will put pains In ou. but folks says they Were peaches. The Get them from the OHIO COUNTY groom was Mr. H. F. Peach of Olaton 16t2 Routo 1, and tho bride was Miss Lula DRUG CO. Peach of Lee, Butler county. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock and HIGH GRADE PLEATING Aclittle daughter of Leitchfield are the cordion, box, knife or side pleating Mrs, R. guests this week of Mr. and Skirts, any style, $1.25 postpaid. InH. Gillespie. formation on pleating free. Satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. MELOAN'S Mr. and Mrs. Charles SSmith, and KenPLEATING HOUSE, Murray, Mrs. Delia PIrtle of Madisonvillo, tucky. 17 1 3 were guests or Mr. and Mrj. S T. Barnett Sunday. Mr. James Gentry died at his home near Barrett's Ferry. Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Rollio Foreman of was buried In the Gentry graveyard, will spend tho week-en- d Narrows, near Narrows, Wednesday. Mr. Gen with Mr. Foreman's parents, Mr. and try was about 80 years old and was a Mrs. Ed Foreman. veteran of tho Civil war, having . fought on th side of the Union. After spending a week with rela-tlin Butler county, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. B. Mclnteer has taken over Tom Wallaco ,of Fordsvllle, return- the Red Cross work, and may be ed homo Thursday. found each afternoon at the office of tho county farm agent. Especial at Mrs. J. I. Goodman who had spent tention w'ill be given by Mrs. Mclnteer several weeks with hor husband here, to business of tho boys, hns returned to her home In Owens- wh oare Invited to call for any Infor-malo- n boro. they may require. Thursday, Put panes In jour windows them; that's all you need to know as to quality and tailoring. You'll see for yourself that they are styiedl right. NAnd -- we know the prices are very low at ' $ 45-0- 0 ' m es COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. 7 ACTON BROTHERS DISTRIBUTORS HARTFORD, KY. .."" . The Hartford Republican I Mr. A. R. Renfrow of Owensboro, Jn town Mr. W.E. Ellis was In Louisville tho first of the week. FRIDAY,. OOTOBKR 21 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS ROOMS MrrD. J. Duncan of Bowling Green was in 'town Thursday, We will have a car, of Fertilizer within 'the next few days. W. B. ELLIS & BRO. FOR RENT-M-RS. S. J. WEDDINQ. Mr. Carl Taylor has purchased Ihe concrete plant of Mr. William Fleen-e- r, 'frr at Beaver Dam. Owens- - M. L. Hoavrln was in i ' ivir Thursday. jTChoro Mr. Alvis S. Bennett of Louisville, days and Cement at W. arrived here Thursday for a few " Llmo, Plaster vjslt with relatives. E. EL1.IS & BROS.' Mrs. Step Sosh went to Island the Romember the County School Fair P. T. A. will first of tho 'week on account of ther, bore today, and the - Illness of hor mother, Mrs. Whlttak-o'Borvo luncheB nnd maintain a cbeckwho died Tuesday. reasonable. room. Prices Ryo and Grass Seed for salo by W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ., - The first quarterly meeting of the Eyes tested and frames fitted by Nocreek circuit will bo held at the latest method. We have a Hfo Methodist church Sunday night certificate from the State Board of and Monday. Health which authorizes us to test your eyes. Get your glasses now for We are In tho market for eggs and jour winter reading. poultry every day In the year. HighJ. B. TAPPAN, Optometrist, est cash prices paid. Hartford, Ky. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Harriot Floenor, who recentMrs A. C. Wilson and little son, ly underwent, a minor operation at a Francis D., of Cromwell, are spending Louisville hospital, is very much imthe week with MVs. WlUon's parents, proved. She came homo last week, Mr. and Mrs, R.. B, Martin. but will return to the hospital for further attention. She will not be Mr. J. A. Leach, a deputy in tho ablo to assist further in the Republiauditor's office at Frankfort, came can county organization. down Frtdny to spend a few days with his family at Beaver Dam The newspaper man is eternally f.t tho mercy of hearsay, and hearsay Is Profs. R. P. Greon and McHenry sometimes misleading. L.ast week Rhoads will deliver addresses at the this papor said Miss Blrdio May School Fair today. Do not fall to Daugherty of Morgantown, had been hear those distinguished educators. added to tho faculty of tho high school here. We took the statement Mrs. AJvin Porter and small son, from the Morgantown Republican, Allison Brenton ,who have been vis- and assumed its correctness, until too iting Mrs. Porter's parents, Mr. and late to correct It. Mrs. Frank Black, returned Sunday to Hcrrin, Illinois. BARGAINS IN HOOKS! Wo have several hundred books of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith and fiction in our library. Wo are going Children, Laura and Katie, and Miss to close these out at 2tc each. Coma of Fordsvllle, early and get your choice. Rhoda Whltehouso spent the day Sunday at Peters Cavo, WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. m near' the Butler county lino. DEATH AT ROS1NE Rev. Birch Shields, assisted by Mrs. Susan" Stewart died at her Rev. 0. M. Shults of Princeton, will begin holding a roUvnl meeting at home in nosine Sunday, and after Green River Baptist church near funeral services conducted by Rev. Cromwoll, Octobor 24, nt 7:0t) p. m. Wurd Taylor, Jnterment was in tho Leach burying ground Monday. Mrs, W. S. TInsley, E. P. Thomas, W. F. Stewart's death was duo to being Schapmlre, E. H. Sheffield and A. C. run down by a work train while she Porter wont to Louisville Tuesday was crossing the track about two to uttond tho Grand Lodgo of the F. weeks ago,' Sho was the mothor of Stewart of Hartford. & A. M. Mrs. Portr accomanied Mr. Mr. Alfred She was 73 years old. Portor on tho trip. No-cie- ok -- TIGHENOR-LEAC- H MOTOR CO. Dealer in Successors to Brown & Jarnngin Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL.. Main Street. . HARTFORD, KY. Big Close-O- ut Sale bp Will offer for sale within the next thirty days my entire stock at cost, and even below cost Now, i you want some bargains come at once, for this merchandise is going to sell. You will save some waa-e- y. My loss is your gain. Have just received a lot of rubber boots and shoes that will be sold at cost. Come and see. Will also sell or rent my store house. E. F. GABBERT, Sunnydale, Ky. The Hartford Republican one year for only $1.50. KASTMAN KODAKS WATKItMAX FOUNTAIN PENS We Will Soon Be Moving! not exist; Ainorcln.has been describ- bonrdlng-hous- o kind of ltfo to tho "a bootleggers' paradise'.'. homo lifo, but that doesn't glvo them forced to seek larger In order to take care of increasing business we are of prohibition tho right to foist that kind of life on The In tho United Stntos, they nver, "and tho rest of humanity, who don't want Tires and accessories, feath! quarters. tho resultant consequences on the It. Those who would like to llvo unMowill occupy the Barrass Building next door to morals of the pcoplo bodo ill for the der the socialistic system rather than erweight Motor Bikes, As soon as completed, we futuro, particularly as rcgnrds tho the capitalistic one can go to Itus-si- n tors for bicycles, Telephones the post office. rising generation." nnd stny there; As long ns they and Supplies Line ConstrucCoincident with this official re- stay In capitalistic countries they Our new store will be furnished throughout with modern fixtures. No export comes the news from Chicago prove by their own action thnt thoy tion Material, Electrical Supte drug store in will be spared to make it the most complete and pense that, according to tho Chief of Po- also prefer to llvo under capitalism, plies, Shoe and General Re- -' lice, "fifty per cent of Chicago's po- with nil its evils, rather than to Kentucky, and we assure you that our present standard of quality and western with the starvo or die under their precious pair Shop. lice force are identified service will be maintained. bootlegging Industry"; that "prohi- socialism. If it's fixable we fix bition enforcement in Chicago is a Of course socialism is on tho down Both telephones. Joko"; that "there is more drunken- grade'; of courso it Is bnnkrupt; of ness than ever before, moro deaths course it has no followers; of course MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP from liquor than beforo prohibition, It Is n "spiritual failure." Everyand moro of every evil attributable to body knows this. Tho nppeal to BenBeaver Dam, Ky. the use of liquor." It Is oven declar- son has spoken the truth for once, Nyal Store" "The ed in a Chicago dispatch to tho New though this Is the first time so far York Times that "one police station as we know. was the home of nnest of bootlegie I gers, who delivered whisky in thn GETTING ACQUAINTED patrol wagon," and that uniformed A new foreman took charge of the policemen would rob whisky ship- shop this particular morning, and EVEKSIIAIU' PENCILS "WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES ments in tho frolght yards, under pre- many of tho men had not as yet met tense of confiscating tho liquor, and him. About tho middle of the fore- -' sell tho booty in case lots. There- noon ho wns making a tour of tho , Succeed wnerr evtrvthhu' tte fallt In 'nervous p'ostratlom end female upon a policeman would appear and building to fnmlllarlzo himself with .venunesse tney era the suumn? demand a substantial amount for pro the layout, when on passing n small j xeneiy, ni thousands have tesuneJ. NO SUPERFICIAL SORROW concerts. tection, and after tho amount had enclosure he saw two workmen lnsldo fOH KIUNBY.LIVER AND FINDS NO LAUGHTER been paid Btill another policeman who were sitting down smoking. He- STOMACH VrOUBUE There seems to tee no spirit of play place and collect it is the beet sold left in Rassla. Evon the children are She was a rather elderly woman of would "rald"-th- o opportunity to speak fore ho had tho I IN HAPLESS RUSSIA sad and quiet. Recently many toy dusky hue of tho kind who looks up another feo for protection; Yet an ono of the men said: "Hello, what are ' said, would con you doing, stranger?" soviet on all members of tho white race In a other policeman, it is shops have reopened. The government requlsltipned friendly, confidential way. 'And she fiscate the liquor and oveutually sell never "I'm Dodgen, the foreman," was so deal- was arrayed In deepest XoabJs Arks and Teddy-hear- s, mourning It to somo saloonkcoper. survey the reply. And ers in that-clasBolshevist Exuberance of goods are unloos- from hod to foot. Also the look A nationwide prohibition "So nro we, come In nnd havo a Oratory Grown Decadent ing their old stocks and dressing upon her face was entirely In keeping conducted by tho New York Tribune, smoke." Santa Claus windows. with her melancholy array. It cer- with the nld of Its correspondents In oe And All Not Well j Few moving picture theaters are tainly seemed that she was dressed ninny of the large cities .finds that OFFERS .?20(, RET ON smoothly" running bootlegging maover chief up within the last inch of her mournopen, and those G. O. I VICTORY IN OWN o PRECINCT OF CANDIDATE ly to government propaganda ful feelings. But such, alas! was chines" nro onorating In a dozensubjoined article giving a tures. The opera season-ha- s 1 not yet not the case. For finally she- halted large centers, piid that "tho Elgh0 mi W 1 a r graphic, description of the gloomy ' opened. Dramas are offered In tcenth Amendment is being flouted That Judge Quln will receive not before tho counter sho was seeking attitude of the hungry people orai important houses. It was the underwear counter. And this is almost as openly in every other lar?e less than fifty votes ovor Overton w mn m v of Russia was written by a staff cor- - jn theso theaters and in concert halls the conversation that ensued: city as in New York," whero the Harris in tho Twenty-sovont- h Pro- suprespondent of the Associated Press, tllat tjjo correspondent saw the only whoro clnct of tho Third Ward, "Honey," s,he addressed the young greatest degree of wetness is who entered Russia with the Ar erl- - p0rsOns who seemed to relax and woman clerk, "is yo got any black un posed to prevail. "Bootlegging ha' Judge Quln lives, Is the opinion of n rtm Mf m Mm rwu a v relief workers when the famine v6rco themselvos from the gloomy derwear?" never been soprevalent throughout Loulsvlllo citizen, to -" who wants I exception of wager $200, oven money, on mat of that country after Moscow atmosphere. opened the doors "No7 auntie," replied the salesgirl, Neu' England, with the A Safe Old Fashioned they had been closed for more than Moscow newspapers and the news- -' "but I have some very nice white the first months of protublt'on en- - olnlon. ' Remedy for Worms ' reports one Tril.uno cor.years. forcen.ent," papers in all the leading Russian ones. Won't they do?" reports, three According to unofficial Seventj-hv- e yeri contin"People drlak more registration in that precinct, showrespondent. The writer not only visited Mos- cities are little more- - than govern"No, honey," replied the woman uous ue it tho best testito the famlne-:strick- ment bulletins. did," wu hear from ed a Democratic majority of 46. cow but penetrated Because of the with Just a touch of sorrow. "No, than they ever monial FRET'S VIRBIFDCE can offer you. eve districts of Samara and Ka- shortness of paper they are generally they don't do. When I mourns, I r..ilt!morc. while it Is esrlioat.-.- j that Keep a bottle always on TO FLY AROUND WORLD zan, where the first American food only one sheet, and the greater part mourns clean down to de skin.", in tho v'rtnttv of Detroit a thousand hand. It will help keep was distributed and whence he sent of the space is given 6ver to long pocases of Cm .mfan liquor emu across the litde ones healthy hours." Capt. Sir Ross Smith of London every twenty-fou- r stirring stories of the litical articles. The newspapers are by cable and hippy. tf0 the border 1IAI1E RUTH QUITS DIAMOND SOcaboMlealyoufdnjctiH'sor cus- plans to be the first man say United States to fly scenes he witnessed pasted upon the deadwalls.. Crowds general ttore; or ii your dealer Babe Ruth, the champion slugger Altogether, can"! uppljryou.icndhiinama International boot- around tho world. Ho covered a larga Moscow, Sept. 20. Russia is a gather about them eagerly and scan of the baseball world, has signed a toms authorities, ad 30c in aiarana and we'll The ' smileless land. In more than ,2,000 the few forelcn dispatches. tend you a botila promptly. leggers smuggle Into this country part of It when ho flew from Engcontract to appear in vaudeville at a E. gallons of liquor a land to 'Australia, for which ho was on Central Russian great majority of readers show no 1 reiY. Biltoart, Mi. miles of travel saiary of ?2500 a week, which is about 9,000,000 Scotch whisky has knighted. His leap-of- f from Asia will railways and rivers The Associated interest in the political leaders. "More month. more than he gets for playing hall. Press correspondent hasn't heard a street crowds In Moscow present a It it the same as a used car bringing been Imported Into the Province of be made in Japan, and he plans to d single hearty laugh. The exuberance strange and varied appearance. Quebec In the last year man in me land in Alaska. His piano is preparmore than a new one. oratory of the first year of Bol- - iess the weather Is sunny and warm entire ten years that went beforo," ed to come down on cither water or WILL .shevism have disappeared. avers the Providence News, which land. After crossing Canada he may are very few pedestrians in the there TAKE STUNNING RETORT Speakers no longer tell of tho glor- - center of the city. Markets whloh further declares that this enormous visit a few cities of tho United States comes Into tho United States. before he takes off from Nova Scot In les of proletarian rule from the cor- - Iormerly existed near Opera Place When the woman motorist was surplus aer curbstones. Red army soldiers ave jjeen abolished and there are called upon to stop, sho asked, in- Added to all these, says the New to cross the Atlantic. Ho Is preparEvening Post, are the 180,000 ing to start shortly. xlo longer Jeer at Iho bourgeolse for few f00j STj0ps in what was formerly dignantly,. "What do you want with York" A Tnatrainl lt all have settled down together to the tne great shopping center. In gallons of whisky and the 3C2,532 mo?" for WEAK task of getting enough to qUence most promenadors go to the quarts of campagne tqat were le"You were traveling at forty miles food-line- d boulevards, and the. at; and persons who have not-trigally Imported during the first eight 4re You A Rundown LUNGS or an hour," answered the police offiRussia have est threat of rain drives the crowds In present-da- y months ot1921. . Nervous Woman? CONSUMPTION It Is to shelter. Boots and clothing are cer. covored by The Trino conception of how difficult Other cities "Forty miles an hour? Why, I survey are Philadelphia, St.. to satisfy tho most primitive human too precious to be exposed unnecesIf You Are, This is Most Important been out an hour," said the bune's Cincinnati, haven't New Orleans, needs there. Louis, sarily to the weather. A quick relief for thattlred, leelloc. to You woman. e Nearly every man and woman on Cleveland, Donver and San Francisco. courhi, palps la elicit, nlfht twesK, hemor"Go ahead," said the officer. Covington. Ky. "Somo years ago I rhage,, weak luntl or coniumjilloo. II It doe we are told, the today is Surgeons agree that In cases of Moscow or Petrograd streets In all these cities, had n general break-dow- n a new one to me." Ex in health, was Mtaalp you It coils yas notMol. t) .carrying some sort of food parcel or. cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the "That's Volstead Law Is being violated ovcry- - very nervous nnd weak. I heard Dr. Lock, box eie change. OHIO MEDICAL GO. on tho first treatment is most important. hi inm- - Pierce's Favorite Prescription highly recbartering with food dealers coLUMBun a. Lwhere. New xprK receives street corners. There is practically when an efficient antiseptic is loads of liquor a day, asserts tne ommended, so 1 began taking it, and m n short timo my health and strength were wood and coal is not dreamed of. j plied promptly, there is no danger of New York World, "but how this stuff fully restored. I am still enjoying good r OU is tho only fuel. Every family infection and tho wound begins to SELF-RELIANgets in or where It comes from no health and can highly recommend Dr officially found out." "Tho Pierce's Favorito Prescription for tho ills has n primus on wnicn me not water heal at once. For use on man or ono has enforcement of tho law," maintains of women." Mrs. C. E. Hull, 1210 Jfor tea and the simple meals are pro beast, Borozone is the ideal antisep, fJrMrarara.aMtsB GOES BANKRUPT tho Seattle Post Intelligencer, hns Wheeler St. Health go hand in hand. .pared. tic and healing agent. Buy It now Beauty and become "complicated and Impossible, Do not neglect tho most valuable asset the housing system most and be ready for an emergency. Under mainly becnuso bootlegging Is In the you havo. Go to vour neighborhood drug persons have only one room In which Price' 30c, 60c, and $1.20 Sold by get favorite Prescription in store m to cook, eat, sleep ana ao waBning. Ohio County Drug Co, hands of 'big business.'" The en- tabletsand liquid. If you are troubled or Blood Saps Energy prohibition "threatens to write Dr. Pierce, president Invalids' , Thin forcing of All the talk one hears on tho streets THE LITERARY LID IS OFF. demoralize completely the police de- Hotel in Buffalo, N. V., and rccivo good Is of food. There are laments ReGude's Pepto-Manga- n partments of American cities," agrees medical advice in return, free. that the bread allowance isn't builds The Blood Some of our story writers are runregular and the frequent expression tho Philadelphia Public Ledger. As V W. Jermane writes from Washof JearB that the famine In the Volga ning riot with their similes. Hero Feel.rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay eft from work for days by talcing calomel ington to the Seattle Times: districts will make tho bread sup are a few we gathered in our late keeps yotf when pleasant Lip'Ver-La- x reading: Wrestling with a weakened condiply of Central Russia even, worse "It. Is not too much to say that on your feet, whllo relieving your trouJN Totatoes at 1,000 rubles a pound j 'Her lips quivered like a light au-.a- tion of the blood Is a desperate strug- urohlbltlon seems to be nearlng a le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don gle. Thin, watery blood deprlv.es tho crisis, and that the question of wheth tho cheapest food on the market, to." take anything else. You can't allor "He edged nearer to her until he body of energy and causes a played-o- er it is to break down under goneraij it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy .but 1,000 rubles is a small fortune tern and relieves constipation. ns tho Fourteenth feeling not unlike utter exhausto most of tho population and It takes was almost as close as tho air in the remedy, natural in its actions, sure subway." tion. A man with weak blood has Amendment has done, may be detera lot of oil to cook potatoes. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE in its effect and certain in results. 1 months, ap- Dissolved la water for douche stop "But his mind, like her face, was not tho full use of his powers. Ho mined in tha next twelve The days of political strife are will won't be lone before pelvic and inflamparontly over. Russians have tired made up." lacks decision, and vacillates until "I write this not as Indicating a de mation.-catarrh, ulceration by Lydia . completely displace calomel in ever Recommended home.; Children can take it freely ant) "Ho gazed anxiously at her face, ho loses of theoretical politics. The antl- sire to take the 'wet' side, but to ex Finkham Med, Co. for ten years. a. with perfect safety. Every bottle Tiolshovlsts no longer discuss tho tho way a person in a taxi gaze at A healing, wonder for nasal catarrh, Some men, and women to, go fal- press tho sentiment of a large num50c and $1 in bottlcsw Nona city (Washtore throat and tore eye Economical, Paper decrees are the face of the meter." Boston tering along for months scarcely re- ber of public men In this jjovcrninent. genuino without tho likeness and sign ture of I K. Grigsby, For sale by alizing that they need Gudo's .showered unnoticed upon Bolshevists Transcript, ington) who believe la prohibition, r. alike. They are But but aro becoming convinced that rad1 . VmiAAUM. the 4 Suite and too busy in their strife for food and CHURCH AND STATE SEPARATE when they have takon it for & whllo, ical leadership Is moro responsible clotLing to worry about what Is going what a dlfferonco t hero 'is In tho feel- than everything else combined for vigor and the tho difficulties that beset tho pro,on in the Kremlin. In Prussia the head of the state ings! Tho old-tiat every turn. hue of good hoalth re- hibition movements Streets without food shops are has been the bead of tho church ever EAGLE"MIKADO". PencaNo.174 .practically deserted In all tjio cities, jblnce tho country became Protestant. turn. The new rich blood gets to Tho 'wets' they point out, want nothTho search for food Is at once the Tho official church was the Gorman work, building, fortifying, lifting tho ing better than to have a national A That has now been chang-lie- . spirit up to its normal standard. referendum ,and tho Intolerant attiwork and the recreation of tho leadership is Boulevards are lined wjth food ed and tho church made Independent Physicians havo prescribed Guild's tude of prohibition Jf1 r. playing directly into their hands, vogotablos, of tho govprnment. n for &4I0 at your Dealer The highest for years ns n Made In five trade wagonB offering fruit, ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Druggists sell It in liquid such a campaign woro brought on Lread and eggs, and tho pooplo seem ohurch authority now consists of an EAGLE MIKADO far moro Interested In those than In assembly of 192 delegates represent-th- o and tablet form. Look for the name while roactlon against that loader-shi- p ' EAGLE was at a high point, tho 'wot' " on tho packlistless pedestrians nnd tbo littlo Ing all tho provinces. Included In "aude'B PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK age. Advertisement. voto might bo large- enough to show Lands which glvo occasional evening the membership aro i clergymen. ed to us as up-to-da- sentiment so nearly equally divided ns to make prohibition a major politi"When docs it begin?" n.forolgn cal Issue for an indefinite time. "There Is no doubt that n test at visitor countered, when asked .his the rolls showing the country pretty opinion of prohibition during tho first evenly divided would encourage tho 'year of its enforcement. Then, 'wets' dishearten tho 'drys' and trealong about tho first of this month mendously Increase the difficulties of two Lnbor membors of tho British law enforcement." Parliament who visited tho United "Tho men who 'put across' prohiStates last summer to Investigate bition have succeeded In making a and report on tho results of prohi- nation of homo brewers nnd in h bition, stated in their Joint report them; thoy'bolleve in comthat "prohibition as we In England munism In tho boarding house plan. wcro led to bellove It prevailed, dots Tho socialists may profor the rOHOHITY OF I'KOIimiTION crcat-wlt- Liberty Bicycles On Sale r ' , it Beaver Dam Drug Company Beaver Dam, Ky. Oeclric Bitters o32?ZZ hw s jvl Mothers n -- are-give- n plc-Th- scv-men- tal ' jg ifrOv i J dl-c- an Yermii nee " iui ulv uuiurai en R m Un-an- YOU. OUR ffela GERMINAL REMEDY conse-difflcu- ed slight-existen- ce B&kW -- FOR.ONE MONTH -- . o CE USE LI V-VER-- LAX ( For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles ot Constipation, Every Woman Wants 1 re ut ( ax jruar-antce- Popto-Manga- n, , ' blood-builde- . ' n. w ' Pepto-Manga- blood-builde- Pepto-Mangan- - 4 Under socialism he Ing thing Is that It has been possible for himself. would have but ono possible employ for this traffic, with the aid of 'wet v What's wrong With socialism? Tho er nnd thnt would be tho state; ho Congressmen nnd Senators and otherswould hnvo no choice and would havo to block for a halt a year In n Conquestion Is not ours; It Is (ml by tho to put up with whatever was given to gross- - elected overwhelmingly 'dry,' .Appeal to Rcnson, tho lending aocln-is- l , him, like In the army. Ot couVso no enforcement legislation vltntly noed-e- d to paper of tho country. In a to uphold tho Constitution. hnruVhcnded porson wants any shell help It naks: "Why Is dispensation ns that. cry-t"This fight has been mndo by the the socialist movement falling behind Most men would bo willing to 'wots' to got a running start for their bo much when conditions nro most fight lu defense of their home, but effort to elect n 'wet' Congress nnd It goes who would fight lu defenso of a 'wet' National House of Representafnvorablo for Its messago?" d on to sny: "Thoro Is no use fooling I bonrdlng houso? The home, ns tho tives and ot tho United ouraolvts, Hoclallsfu Is practically soclnll8ts say Is tho very stronghold States Senate- - next year. They can bankrupt. Our nownpapors havo no of tho capitalistic system; nnd that's not do it If the - moral forces aro readers. In congress wo have Just why they hato tho homo and tho fam- awake nnd do their duty." Literary as much representation ns 11 years ily llfo and religion and nil that goes Digest. In tho state Ing contempt for law," asserts tho ngo- - -- one lonn member. legislative linlla wo have tho fowest Provldenco Nows, which holleves members in a decade. Wo have few- that, Instead of "appropriating milFOR FLETCHER'S er mayors In office. Soapboxers are lions of the peoples' money for an i practically extinct. We havo gono army of prohibition agents tho VolInstead of forward. Tho so- stead Law should bo amended so as backward to-furniscialist vote the organizations' mem- to jnako it ,n agent for temporanco WOMAN J 07, STIIili SPRY h DANCES AT TALMUD KITE bership, the newspapers' circulation nnd not a" shnm proposition for proUut, hibition." At prosont, contends the nil prove our bankruptcy. Hartford Conn., Oct. 20. Mrs. worse than figures Is the discouragAlbany Knickerbocker Tress, the law Frieda Katz, 107 years old, spry as a ing fact of the spiritual falluro of tho plays Into the hands ot tho "bootlegwoman a generation hor Junior, dancmovement." ger, tho moonshiner and tho liquor ed three dances at a Tho Appoal Is desperato for It sees dealer; they do not want tho law Talmud celebration hero today and vanishing. Tho rats nro de- changed any more than tho Its field d'ld not appear tired by her exertion. s serting tho sinking socialist ship; and Loaguo does." "Either repeal ship at thnt. n law or onforco It," Is tho terse ad- She said tho figures of her dances it never was much of a wcro It would tnko n big volume to tell monition of the Hoston Globe. In years thoso sho nnd learned olghty ngo nnd which were sanction wrong with socialism j In New York, Intlmntes Tho World, It what's ed)- - her religious faith hort thoro Is so little nbout tho old will cither bo necessary lo."lnstnll Tuilk thnt hns any value that It Is thrco enforcement agents to n family hnrdly worth salvaging. Most "third-Tarty- " so thnt they can stand guard In thrco QUARTER CENTURY and other movements havo cfght-hoSEARCH REWARDED shifts, or hiro the entire something In them which will contrl- - population of tho city as Bpcclal enA bute to the progress of the world; tho forcement agents nnd set every man Mrs. IdnTickett. 274 South Diviworld seizes upon what Is good and to watch himself." Continues Tho sion St., Duffalo N. Y., says: rojects tho rest. llut with socialism World In one of Its many editorials on "Twcnty-flv- o years Is a long time It Is different; socialism was wrong the subject: to keep looking for something with:t nnd It never from the beginning, "Tho Elghtosnth Amendment nnd out finding It, and It's no wonder I could hnvo got right; It was headed the Volstoad Act have piovcd onco almost lost hope. But I finally . a medi tho wrong wny. In fho United States that people found what I was hunting moro Tho socialist lenders have proved will not obey nn unpopular law. cine to relievo mo of nn awful case . to bo unreliable visionaries nnd Tlioy havo proved also' that Govern- of Indigestion. schemers, nnd tho peoplo havo simply ment enn not enforce an unpopular rewarded my long soarch "Tanlac found them out nnd refuse to believe law j i t as the clti s of a rnun-tr- y for relief, nnd I now ..enjoy better them any longor. Whon you nro nro corri.,ted by the cxlcicnco of health than I have in thirty years." Many people on verge ot despair asked to follows leader, you want to n Btatuto which nobody obeys unless "bo shown"; you want to bo assur- Volstead law Is sometimes enforced, havo taken Tanlac nnd recovered. Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. ed that thnt loader knows more than but" in the communities In which pubyou do or you will refuse to follow lic sentiment Is hostile It receives on- B. Bean and by all leading druggists X r, : lilm, ns soon ns you catch him tclljng ly porfunctory and superficial atten- 'everywhere. Advertisement. wrong storks you are going to cut tion. INCORPORATED GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT loose from lflmr for oven If ho may "When the most spectacular law tlccolvo himself you can't afford to on the stntuto books Is Ignored by the. let him deceive you or betray the guardians of tho law as n sourco of Tho Gfith encampment ot the Grand Army of tho Republic at Indianapo world lncomo It Is smair wondor that all lis ended with tho annual parndo, Tho multitude of claims and havo law fails somowhnt of tho respcci in which aroused as much enthusiasm which the socialists hold. A country among t,h throngs of spectators as proved true; and which It was onco If mado havo never M can not possess two codes ono to bo It wero an army on Its way to war. theories would not work In their obeyed." systom Is bas- broken, tho other to bo Trecodln..' the parade in veterans Their wholo practice. But, asks tho Now York Evening resoiu'Jon the ed on fallacies and vicious principles, Post, If New York is tho "wettest rasscd Ku Kluc Man as and they nssert that all wealth Is created spot In tho country," and "tho au bv "labor" and that any surplus that thorities can not count upon assist- a monnco to tho government. Acbo divided ip tion to provide for disposal ot propnnyono saves should ance trom the public in enforcing tho erty of tho G. A. It: when Us memJlth tho spenders. laws," "how docs It happen that the bers are gono was postponed until a Such n plnn as that would soon candidate for Mayor did not later encampment. Before adjournwreck tho world. Wo seo what It 'wet' more votes at tho primaries?" ing, Lewis S. Pilcher of Brooklyn, N. to Russia In four short has done Y., was elected commander-in-chie- f, years. Tho bolshovlsts havo had ab Continues The Post: "Prohibition has no placo In a and'De3 Moines was selected as tho solute power thoro, and yet. Yth nil campaign, but Judgo next mooting place. thoso pet socialist theories In force, municipal m with fam- Haskell insisted on giving it a place. tho Russians are stricken Jir technical dressing for flesh, A valuable ine and plague, so that wo "capitalis- His platform," for all Its have to go Into our mitigations, was a 'wet' platform. If wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, tic" Americans m '.-- r Liniown savings and surplus foodstuffs an overwhelming tldo of resentment chafed skin, is Tlallard's-Snoreally ment, It Is both healing and antisepand send them over thero to keep ngalnst tho prohibition Inws Is sweeping thru tho city, here was the tic. Price 25c, 60c, and $1.00 per millions from starving. nt once tho fallacy ot this chance for an unmistakable protest. bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug You see m socialistic Idea. Human beings will Uut Haskell recolved only one voto Co. P mm . when nllthat they produce in every six cast hi tho primaries, nnd All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge' of the' not work NEW ALTITUDE 11KCORD ot his votes came from Is taken from them nnd put Into a finest tobaccos are concentrated on this one cigarette r common store, to be distributed Brooklyn and represented local prldo .CAMEL. high fly-A In tho r alike to the worthy and tho shiftless. and not 'wet sentiment. Asantlpro-hlbltlo- n Ing new world's record for has ben established by Lieut. J. wealth, Instead of being case of tho Capital and Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality. parade on July 4, tho 'wet' A. McRoady, who attained a height .evils, are great blessings, and. we Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as 40,800 feet, breaking the former now find tho bolshevlsts pleading tor public hesitates to come out Into tho of possible to make a cigarette. by 2,620 feet. At 39,000 help from these sources, nfter squan- open; and the suspicion arises wheth- record Ice formed on .tho oxygen tanks, comfeet er that public Is as largo as Is Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high, dering all they could lay hands on. but McRoady kept'on until his engine If each worker spent all he mado monly supposed. exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same "It may be argued, and with a good stopped, nnd then glided to earth. thoro would never be any accumulamellow-mil- d refreshing smoothness the taste and'Tich wo could deal of force, thnt men are ngalnst When ho landed tho plane was covertion of wealth in any form; flavor of choicest tobaccos and entire freedom from with Ice. The aviator wore an hnvo no roads, railroads, autos, fac- prohibition who will not speak out ed cigaretty aftertaste. tories, schools, or anything else thnt openly against It. It might bo said, electrically heated suit and suffered mndo clvllUatlon what It. Is. Take cynically but with much truth, that no bad effects from the intense cold has And remember this! Camels come in-o- ne size package away this accumulated wealth and thero aro men who nro not opposed encountered. only 20 cigarettes just the rightsize to make the greatest long as tho wo woud lapso back Into saVagory by to the prohibition aw3 so INDIANS EAT CATERPILLARS This saving in production and packing. laws remain a dead letter,. This saving goes tho toboggan route straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you Evory worker Is entitled to en- habit ot passing laws for printing in Members ot a small tribe ot Mono tho stntuto books, and not for enjoy tho fruits ot his own Industry can get Camel Quality at so moderate a' price. Lnko Indians regard certain catorpil-lar- s and tho only way to enable him to forcement, Is a common American as delectable tidbits. In a sln-gl- o Here's another. We put no- - useless But If this is true of local Io that Is to mn.ke It .certain that vice. season they havo been known to frills on the Camel package. No "extra, frultB will not be tnken away sentiment on prohibition; then tho catch nnd dry a ton and a half ot the y thoso from him. In othor words his capi- answer is that prohibition enforce- worms to bo eaten the following Avln-te- r. wrappers!" Nothing just for show! 3 tal nnd property must bo protected ment takes on even more importance w I 1 i H fu'lLkl'f The worms are very fat and Such things do not improve the smoko by tho law and this is Just what we than is involved in tho specific thoy provide a rich protein element any more than premiums or coupons. And tho"capUailstlc" system problem, it becomes a telst of ho ot liavo under diet. operation of democracy." which tho socialists want to destroy. their added cost must go onto the price moment, declares At the present In socialistic RubsIb there Is no J HIS ICATHER'S SON or come out of the quality. liberty, no prosperity, no happiness William H. Anderson, New York j "Tell ,mo truly, does the bnby real of the. A.ntl State Superintendent One thing, and only one, is responsible for nnyouo; tho governmont Is ly take nfter his father?" asked Mrs. and the Individual has no Saloon Loaguo, "there - ls; a wide Jorres. for Camels great and growing popularity 1 t-Ai vU rights whatevor. Thousands of In- spread conspiracy, backed up, by most "Yes, indeed why, when we took E 1 yiiQ?4H!l?wfefe is CAMEL QUALITY. tho larger. In of tho newspapers In nocent neoplo have been oxocuted u& Wl IllW tv.vtho darling's bottlo away, ho tried to prohibition and its ItiiBsln merely because they bolongod pities, to dtacredit creep down, the cellar stairs." In a Burlington, Yer to tho hatod "bourgeois" clnss,whllo enforcemonf." dispatch to the New York tons of thousands of others uro rot- mout, ting In prisons merely "on suspicion." Times, Mr. Anderson is quoted fur. FOR FLETCHER'S Tho flower of the ttuaelun pooplo thor: "They object first, that It can notj I mean lias boon wiped out, wo don't nnd tho he enforced then, when wo proceed I czar and tho granlj-duke- s tho they' THE DONKEYS GET.TOfiETHER rich aristocrats, but tho teachers, tQ real enforcement business, doctors, scientists, writ- chargo thnt tho measures employed ministers, Npt long ago nt Tho Pns Manitoba, ers, engineers, nrtlsts, business man- are fanatical violations ot personal occurred tho unusual incident of six R.J.RnYNOLDSTOBACqOCO..Wlntm.SalBi,N.C, agers, farm exports etc all thoso rights. "Most of tl newspapers In Now gonoratiotiB ot people holding a re,.. ..... highly trained classes who nro, no .jj- ques- union. Thoso were tho Donkeys, and to tho welfare of any Yojk City nro'dlshonost ls By dishonest I do not mean they wore all nmnbors of ono family, work-Jfc- rs tion. country. The Ignorant manunl thought they could run everything they take money in return for so belonging to tho Croe trlbo of' Inly disappear. many Inches of ' misrepresen- dians. Tho oldest Donkey presout tlpio for tho reunion came around, who "hoofed It." The father Donkey Just ns veil as thoso educated! and' tation, gqiinrov thoy apparently are 'wet' was Sarah, who is 112, years old. this old Doukoy w.as 150 miles away, but Tho next oldest Donkey was Caro- was not thore, but thero were four experienced men, but tliey made a enough to work for an outlaw aud Sarah s tho common ancestor ot all but sho chambered into her little old line, Sarah's daughter. Caroline Is others to make the picture complete. miserable falluro. nothing canoe and paddled it all 90. Tho longevity ot theso Donkoys The youngest Donkey, Jemima.' tho other Donkoys, and aside from birch-bar- k tho capitalistic system every criminal liquor traffic for Tndor years old And Is the great-greher eyesight, which Is just beginning tho way to The Pas, drifting smillng- - almost pjovea the superstitious be- any em- nnd board themselves. Torson Is fro to'work for ot Sarah. , tho significant and disturb- - to fall, Is s spry as "ever. WUon the ly into port far. ahead of the othesr llet that donkoys never dle.'but'mere "But bo chooses, or ho can work " Mil T'H WIIONO WITH SOCIALISM ' des-pcra- or GALLON US one-thir- Ohildren. Ory CASTO R A you fact, we are prepared most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Anti-Salo- on BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c, IN STOCK. If You f ur have something to SELL or any- thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN.". v" t r Hartford Printing Compao HARTFORD KENTUCKY I , j w r. Une due raemge t -- ONE BRAND ONE QUALITY JTi two-thir- much-advortls- it's UKt .that Children Ory CASTO RA on-th- .,,... Ls-t- at ployer er T Beaver Dam's New Store has been steadily gaining friends. Our prices are right. All merchandise carried is absolutely new, and you are assured the best quality, newest styles and best workmanship in all lines. We carry in stock for your inspection a comMen's Furnishings, Dry Goods and Shoes. When plete line of Ladies' Ready-to-Wea- r, you want the best at the lowest price, come to this big store. Below you will find listed a few of the items we carry in stock. DRY GOODS liarge assortment percales Crepe-de-Chine 15c yd. 17c yd. darks Ouling, Heavy Quality, lights and $1.50 per yd. New Fall shades in Serges, Domestics and Suitings. SHOES GENT'S FURNISHINGS Colnplete line of Trousers ranging in $3.00 to $6.50 price from Men's and Boys' new Sweaters, Slip-on- s and Coat styles, fancy and , $1.25 to $12.00 plain . .$7.00 J. B. Stetson Hats ' Underwear of all descriptions. See our New $20.00 Overcoats for Young-Mex n. LADIES' READY-TO-WEA- R A beautiful line of ladies dresses in both silk and wool. from .. Sizes 1G , to 4G. Prices range $16.75 to $55.00 l .' Se Billiken's for Children. t olios' Mp"' Fall Sbnez in Kid and Calfskin. Hen's straight last, English and Brogue patterns. our wettieion's lor men. Coats and Suits in all. New colors and mater- ials. Sizes 16 to 44j. Prices range from $18.00 to $55.00 One "Price to All For Casfi Only y -- One Price 'to All For Cash Only . .,, MASTKK asffi iin mi COilMlSSIOXEU'S nacagigmsaMaa'atTMBm ,,., called I won the "go" by plumping, ,fnPkP(I n from "taw" y I. D. Qlalro ) six times In succession. So you see I hardly gave him a fair chance. U Mother Eve could now rise from "Uncle" Hays believed mightily, as tko erave It would do her old heart y othors d0( ln tho influence of ,! to find that alter moon on the growth 0f vegota- her s,ylc ln dre8S haa be0njtlon. and laying on or boards, etc. vftHMcatcd. And v,heu tho boys wouui argue with i him that It was ail nonsenbo i ai- Atir parrying on cither a warfare iways came to his rescue, relating or bUJcr enmity for 271 years, dur- - lirttlt'llllITU nVna.lblt.aa Tl pleased nlnM.ln.l CAUbilbltWUt Ins which long period no intercourse H and wag fun for mCi cl t any kind was had between them. nQt? We( anvway, i ,ked . the'Idqnols and Huron Indian na- M " """.-tinns have concluded a peace See His sleep uo irauuun, now what tho League- of Nations has BEADb UUUL.I STRUNG it m umIm) I .. It was good to meet a couple of 'my old noighbors, Bird Wallace and hn Ragsdale. Iron, Sulphur Spring, s arlactaliV c ly- - aBo These are wo of dieting the worldt 111 come to an W Unee of yean, three old bach elors Sam end in about six millions at is tho third, who Hve alone, ,MayJ. ..Iter all. it will not happen, except for oneauother for but they t doiif. x ritr . hr .. .,.. . v " ' ' "'? "'": .c .ofl,o,i .in. iw , leaves :in brown and In the house lor tlm- stems remain broken bfon a woman Eownriesa years, except 1111 occasional lady beauty t1' to a seasons jRonnniBiit ,i oiatlve. one may feel sure that when .. ... oT ' ii..r to r;i:x:eaTlL" V '' ' '""; H'puWIcan candidal, will Mr Rag dale U a planted it. , freoly attest m praKo the hand that ,, ... nophew of the Wallace boys and go'ucb younger than thorn, but even W.un I feel tired and moody I llke lf,n '" doW on tho corner and ILsten lo tho PrankB anymore older, John r. m.il somewhat practiced the Thnuw recount oveuU ul tho dead bachelors, who have to tholr own r virtue of attending ovonlng aH Bono past. Only tho other -led, semlary Iln..- John told me something ! uuslnoM. naccumulated not a 'Iff' have, lxty years in bu- fcta vorleneu of property thtough their practices of siMW in Hartford. Whoa a young Perhaps in and economy and liar- vau ho learned tho saddle their younger days their hearts have and wag engaged for a Mm. e b' woman a charms, tiff In that line, hut duilng tho war njf V fiarr' a lmae r d,m at flii sLxtlos Lyon'8 men. a bunch cery their momorlos, but Cupid ehsjxwl with much liberality with rt swl" onousn to l through' omtriiwmo's property, cama happening to bo at tho l"Ict ,l 'M(,"ftl W0,""V ,Tll8y aro Uarttord and, bticholorhood and bridles, tiie short Thomsn' utock. They did doomed funs' to eternal "'"' wp c)bu1 TAX-PAYER- S iMt .rn ask tho price, nor pay the NOTICE TO . discouraged UKortune IrHL Tills 1ilm tu that line of work uud he turn-- . or om. lit my aejivtleii will bo jl Xt, Hie grocery bublness In which t t,1(J fonowills vllCaa on tho fol- Jie l jaw wiKSgd ut the age of 7U., ,;,,;,, ,latt.Sf f01. tu) i,url)s0 r col- leriliiK tuos. I'lcwo meet 1110 at jfy dlil Irlund. Hays urown, uieu t(e vUw( lllCllUom.,i J0im , . -- ,. Narrows uie ,U)S,NK H.UMlny ., Oct. 2 old ago of 8D. Hiked Undo TU.olfilUNKBi Sltllp tl . ..Oil. 'i.1 ' wm-oi,niuy. u, 1HVPS in M,.n,:NUy K((Ull.(1 . 0,.t o.j yoais ago bo and 1 played fl 0ftj s snaflilus r tho ohamplonsh P of tho wYSox Wc,npM, 0cU timwu. At marblea ho had been b a ,torK,.OUT WM,nflllIliy ....oct.Sffl I l.osa in 1H day, anil when had v - juJAVKK AM( 11UlMl . , . ,0et 7 pwotlco outstripped tho onstut 0(t, llKSIIKn R.ltlll,lay lagers thoj- - tbreatonod mo wlthiI c O. U. K,. o. A. o Dratcner, -jjjjolo ifuys.' Uut when the eamo was Candid beauty tho lily p0Bd ?"' llui '"ty " tcliel I i . vttl iy 0t r 'V SALII owned by them at tho time of their tho rnto of 6 per cent per annum from NOTICE dnto until paid. Said bonds to huvo death. 3rd tract: Beginning at a white, the force and effect of a Judgmont. Ohio Circuit Court. Notice Is hereby 'given that Win. o.ik in tho Joshua Bellamy nnd S. S. JA Hen will bo retained on tho land C. E. Royal, et nl.. Plaintiffs. Brown line; thenco running about .sold to further secure tho. payment Hamilton has tnken over tho busivs. Notice of sale. south 52 poles to a beech; thence pf said bonds. P. P. Westerflcld ,ct al., Defendants. about S. E. 36 poles to a btono cor- I Olvon under my hand this tho 19th ness, assets, good will and trade judgment and order ner to S. S. Brown; then 67 E. 84 day of October, 1921. Pursuant to a of sale entered in the abovo styled poles to four hickory saplings, anOTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. 0. marks of tho Martin & Pollock Coal Company, and will contlnuo tho buaction at tho September 1921, term other corner of S. S. Brown; then N. M L. Heavrln, Attornoy. of the ahove styled court.dlrecting me 30 W. 24 poles to a largo white oak siness tho same as heretofore In all eo to sell the hereinafter described real In Crow's line, then about N. W. to i respects undor his own nr.mo. estate, for the purpose of dividing tho beginning, containing 40 acres, SLACK AMI SMITH Notice is hereby given that tho said proceeds of said sale among the more or less. the TO MAKE SPEECHES Martin & Pollock Coal Company, by parties entitled thereto, after the Being the same land conveyed to payment . of the costs of this afltion unanimous consent of all tho decedents W. V. Royal .ind Mary and the coat of this sale, 1 will offer the Iloval by P. F. Wostcrfleld and Judge R W. Slack and Common-- . will bo dissolved by public outcry to tho highest F. for sale at wiffc on October 29. 1903. and which and best bidder at the Court House is of record ln deod book- - 25, pago wealths Attorney C. D. Smith, will holders' on tho 1st dry of January, .address tho voters of'oiilo county at 1922, and nil persona having claims door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, 487 Ohio County Clerk's office. ogainst said corporation or owing November 7th, 1921. at about the The purcluiber will ho required to 'the following times nnd places; hour of one o'clock P. M. (It being execute bonds for tho purchase prlco IIAI'.ETOWV Oct. 21, 3 p. in. said corporation will call on tho regular term of. of nnid land Immediately after sale, ' the first day of the CROMWELL Oct. 21, 7 p. m. nt Cromwell on or bororo tho Ohio County Court) on a credit with security to bo approved by tho of six and twelve months, the follow- commissioner, payublo in six and CEXTKKTOWN . . . , . Oct.22, 2 p. m. January lst.1922 ictl Oct. 22, 7 p. m. ing described real estate, lying and twelve months, bearing Interest at KOCKPOrtT . Win. HAMILTON, County Kentucky and being In Ohio Uelng threa described as follows: tracts of land on the waters of South BN Panther Creek, and bounded as follows: tot trncl : Hr irlniilnir about 4 feet N. E. of a chostnut stump on the west 3ido or Hamilton Ford and Fordsvllle road; thonco running N. 35 V4 W. poles to a stake ;thence N. 73 50 W. IS polos to n stake; thence N. 14 E. 136 polos to a stone; thence N. well-dress- ed G8 W. 45 poles to a stouo; thence N. nnd 10 E. 13 'i poles to a, stone in beech stump on tho south sldo of tho old bed of Panther Creek; thence when down said creek as It mcaiul it reduced to n straight line. . 55 of our-stunnin- g W .20 polrs; N. 82 & W 108 poles, S. 3 E. 8G 20 W. 24 poles, poles, S. 54 E. 12 poles to n btono Tom Royal's N. V. coiner; thenco 'a with said Tom Royal's nnd I. 0. lino. S. 7C E. CG poles to a stono said Westorflold's corner on a farm road; thence with said farm road as It mcandors when reduced to We now have in stock a straight line S 4 E. 30 poles S. 20 W. 15 polos S. 10 W 15 polos.: S. 6 W. a complete line of 28 poIob, S. 35 E. 52 polos to said these world-famo- us Wosterflold'a corner on tho west side of Hamilton Ford and Fordsvillo road gloves in the very newthonco with said io.uI as it meanders est Paris and New York polos. N. 10 E. 5 N. 75 E. E3 modes, in all tho latest fashions poles to tho beginning, containing "HA KTVW f in 130 acros more or loss. of shades and stitchines Beginning at a stono Silk Lisle or 2nd tract: Cape, Kid, Suede, in Phlstor's line at a point whor tho Chamoiscttc for dress wear, old Hamilton Ford nnd FordHVllIo trcet or driving;. urn do a. short turn; thonce runroad AcXUHEACif? ning with tho afoiosald road uS It You will want a pair of these excellent oloves "v roducod to stiaight meanders when, We have not" miss this important showing. Do lines aro fi. 41 V. b0 Poles. S. 10 W. your exact size ready and waiting lor you. 5 poloj, S 75 V. 5J 3 pol a. i. CO V. 17 5 polos to a stone, Tom RoyYou will be mrprised at ihe prices the most reasonal's comor; thouco with said Royal's able you have ever encountered ia glove of eueh line S. 20 14 E. IT 5 poles to a excellent quality. stono; thonco S. 13 W. 13 polos; thonco N. 02 Mi E. 112 polos to a & stono and white oak; thenco S. G8-2S polos to a whlto oak; thonqo S. HAUTFORI), KY. 15 E. 97 polos to a hlckoiy; thonce N. 32 E. 13 poles to a stono on. the N. E. corner of ji small bridge iioar the old voad boil; thonco with said old roadbod as It meandors, N. about 79 W. 91 poles to tho beginning, containing 70 Ms acros, more or less Tho two above tracts aro a part" of a larger tract of land conveyed to W. W. Royal and Mary F. Royal and - stock-corporati- -- ... 1- -3 EVERY town will with exhibit S.-1- 3 2-- West-orfiold- :rl!iilIMt!oves for ladies 8n "T' O 1- -3 lWWtJ! lr ifinT'i- fluflBfladr-- ! ' l E. CARSON COMPANY u 1 jtiMkLimi . 1$. "i 'fih t linihfi TiT in .h