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The Hartford republican: October 28, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921102801_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 28, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV II. S. TO PRESENT ARMS CUT PLANS Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio HARTFORD nro oiled, and little or no dust Is noticeable. Thero nro three lnrgo schools In Drecknrldgo, and a largo school in Oilton, a suburban section. I am Informed that the Ilaptlst, Methodist, Presbyterians and Christians each havo church buildings and good congregations. Tho Christian Scientists hold tholr meetings, in the American thcatrn and tho Catholics hold theirs in tho court house twice a month. They contcmplato building a church soon. Tho mercantile business hsro Is conducted chiefly by Jews. They hnvo many fine business buildings which appear to bo well stocked. Tho greatest tieat tho city has hud recently was a seilcs of meeting held by Charllo Taylor tho "Boy Preacher." After tho servlco lnst-iilgthero wero about n dozen baptized by tho pastor of tho church. Thero ore two dally papers published bote, tho American and tho Count. OCTOBER 28, 1921. Subscription $1.50 per Yei , OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NUMBER 18 on MOONSHINE AND MURDER fluentlal Democrats but tell every hand leading Democrats them Comprehensive Proposal To Be Ready As Envoys Meet To' Confer Tho Hague. Oct. 25. Tho Dutch iv Ei3Wi': if delegation to tho Washington conferKarno-beowitnessed by an ui.willing nud'.cnco Lowlsort, In a most forceful and imH. A. Van ence left tonight. Ic ihe Oparu House pressive manner called attention to In the nntl-rooMinister of Foreign Affairs, at Taylor Mines Saturday night. Avho hearts tho dolegatlon, was the fact that It is tho. same crowd According .to tho most avallablo running against and backing tho efhy Mmo. Karnobeok. accounts tho tragedy, Joo fort to defeat him for of Washington, Oct. 25. Imortant that Matthews, of Williams Mines engag- ho contended against and overwhelmdevelopments today concerning tho ed in n wordy war with the ticket ingly defeated six years ago. He ro- forthcoming International conforencp seller, from which he turned a.vay, forrcd to tho fact that six years ago on limitation of armamnts and dispistol showing tfndor the bib of his Mr. George Wilson, his nominal opcission of Pacific and Far Eastorn In ponent now, managed Judge- Blik-bra- d overalls and cursing everybody lirobloins included the following: sight. Moso Wilson Is said to ha a Disclosure that tho United States, nnd Mr. Bingo's campaign and told Matthows to put up his gn, that now Judgo Elrkhead and Mr. through tho American delegation, Demount Cv lug to the fnll In prices the oil when tho latter sold "U it u m ningo are the managors and progeniwill hnvo ready to submit when tho Invited Powers assomblo n compre- business Ki been very slow for sev- - youI'll shoot you," and proceded to tors of Mr. Wilson's campaign. hensive plan for Hmltntton Tit world Iu speaking of tho Integrity and in :hs. Dut o.. jrl.'. are ad- follow up the threat, breaking one of armamunts on an equitable and just vancing r.cw, and nt.'tc work la done Wilson's legs, Inflicting an ugly flesh honesty of purpose that should be leaks like- - a wound In Wilson's other leg and also employed by one discharging the duWhllo Hreckenrldgo basis, this plan to bo used as the for discussion of tho first- - sub- pretty Ilvo Ity now, oldtlmors say It shooting him in the side. Wilson ties of the office of Circuit Judge, he tell, and his brother, Job Wilson safd: "When I shall hand back to ject on tho tentative agenda, which look. dead compared to 11120. With best wishes for thi Ropui1-cat1- , camo to the rescue with n beer bottle, the peoplo who gavo it, the mantle ot is reduction of arinamonts. I r.m and proceoded to bottle Matthews up. office, whether that bo at tho end of Decision to postpono the first Wilson beat Matthows unmorclfully, the present term or at the end of the Yours trily, of tho international delegaand tho young man Is still In bed. succeeding that mantle will bo without MRS. F. B. STEVENS. tions until Saturday, November 12, it CLAUDE E. SMITH m in Tho tragedy of the occasion was the spot or blemish." having beon regarded as Impractical Nominee of tlrts Republican party for Commonwealth's Attorney. FATHER-IN-LAshooting and fatally wounding of ASSAULTED to meet November 11 becauso of tho made tho To my Friends: Mr. Smith probably inn? to be qualified to hold tho office Jcsso Austin, an Innocent bystander, most forceful and eloquont address long programme of events In conncc-1lo- n Tho approaching do- - of Cdminonwealth's Attorney, ot n'- eArmiswho died from the effect of hl3 thus far mado by him at Patesville. tnrmlnn wlin aTinll election will with the observance of Wllllo Oliver Is getting his board . l " """ "" ean ..n.. J...I..' .. any naa 10 oe, a reguiir practicing oc.io ju uunuts He spoke for an hour and after de- the ensuing six years tice Day. lodging at public expense, and wounds later. and as Common nt oraey, and as such havo, during1 . The report seems to show that Mat- tailing tho fact that as a result of Debt Talk nil becauso he could not live at peace wealth's Attorney. I have In public the time I havo held the office, folWllllo ... i thows, who is usually a very quiet his efforts gambling Determination of the American hta ...... v. rntlinr.ln.lnw. houses and addresses, at several points in - lives? ,"" this lowing the universal custom of every discourage any effort near aicllenry, as does his spouse's". fellow, was drinking and went on a houses of 111 (nine which had existed county, delegation to discussed tho Issues which I one who has preceded me in the ofto inject into the coniorenco a that is, when Wllllo is at genoral drunken rampage. Mat- In tho city of Owensboro for many conceive to bo involved. I havo in fice, as well as every other cnm- cusslon of International fln.mco U3 home. He is temporarily living with thews did not previously know Wil- years, had been closed. He made an each of such addresses, in a way, glv- a nil ed to debts of the Allied Powut3iMr. Worth Tlchenor now. According son, and his violent resentment of eloquent appeal to tho mothers and en account of my stewardship a j monwealth attorneys in the State, practiced numerous law suits for par-yo- ur , mo uiutca aiaies. to report Wllllo, for reasons unknown wnson s asKing mm m jmi mi m fathers of young sons and daughters public servant. I had hoped to tics who- - choso to eninlnv mo. tint -. upon for their approval of his action In f Announcement that tho flvo prlucl- - 0 this deponent, decided to beat tho 'gun can be accounted for only pursue these public addresses with nova always devoted my time first to pal Powers alone will participate in 0ld gentlonmn up and sailed vicious-- j tho hypothesis that Matthows was removing tho tempting snaro of the a view of meeting, as nearly as pos- the discharge of the duties of the ofsessions devoted to discussion of llm- - jy jllt nut the father-ni-lagambling dens and houses ot de- sible, all the people of Jim crazy drunk. the county. fice and to the service of the people, of nrmaments, tho delegates E(ien .having reached ago nt Shorlff Brntcher went out to the gradation and shame to which their But unforeseen ltatlon an conditions arose that stnd havo never neglected such duties ic China, Uelglum, Portugal andjwnich tho lust for blood runs low, scene ot th shooting Sunday and children might havo been lured and mado It Impracticable tor to till nor sacrificed the Interests of tha Netherlands to attend only those 'Bmpplcd with his assailant and hold I rested Job 'Wilson whose trial was their- - lives become blighted nnd ruin- additional appointments. m& I am people to any private litigation lii or ed. soaslons In which Pacific and Fur nlnl tni neighbors could bo called to set for Wednesday, but on account T therefore, availing mysolf of this which I have ben employed. Eastern qustfons are scliPduled for nsSatnnce, and tho young mnn was some of the witnesses being unablo Judge Slack and Mr. Smith will means of communicating with you. Our government being of represenpostponed. discussion. complete their speaking tour ot Hanhold hard and fast until tho arrival to appear, the trial was Six years ago, the people of this tative typef consists in quality or Tho Amorlcan plan for reduction of Constable Bob Canary, who took when they will district elected me to cock county the office of what tho people choose to make it. of arinamonts, it is explained, is con- Wllllo In charge and turned him ov address tho voters of 'Pellvllle. They Commonwealth's Attorney, an Honor Its quality or ack of quality and. go to Whltes.ville for an address Fricerned principally with the naval es- er for safekeoing to Jailor Tlchenor. of which I shall always be proud. goodness, depending mainly on tha Saturday The people of Ohio County played a tablishments of tho flvo principal The trouble occurred Sunday night. day night and character and fitness of thono chosen Towers, the bnitod States, Great. night. f Two charges wSro lodged against very important part in that election. by the peon.'e as pubbi officials or County, Campaigning in Hancock alm Britain, Japan Italy and France, Wllllo by thocommonwealth; one for As an appreciation ot the honor rubllc servants; thus beiu-ylnR has Largo and Enthusiastic AuBUIUALi OF BODY BROUGHT though there will bo submitted also a drunkenness and disorderly conduct rebeen my highest ambition, effortTana diences Greet Them. AWAY FRANCE thereby conferred and confldeice. FROM FAR genoral statement on land armaments and one. tor falling to support an Inposed In me by the people and be- aim to serve well the peoplo to whoso with suggestions for reducing Gov- fant child. cause of a firm belief that the peo service I was six years ago called. Hawesvllle, Ky., Oct. 27. Judge ern men t expenditures. The body of Corbctt Lake, son- of For many years, lc has been tho R. W. Slack and Commonwealth's At- Mr. and Mrs. William Lake" of the ple are entltlea to the best possible l'liin It Ki-p- t Secret. TOBACCO CO. torney C. E. Smith have Invaded Han- Clear Run community, who was kill service, I have devoted thesp six years' universal custom id this District to" naval reduction The American TO ENTER TIHS FIF.LTI ' and thorebv indorse th'p of. cock county on an extensive speaking ed In battle in France three years In an honest endeavor to discharge plan, It was explained today, cannot ' publication until thetho Interest of their candi- ago, arrived Saturday and was buried 1 aright tho duties of the Office and to f lclal record qf those who havo been bo disclosed for tour in Representatives of tho Thoy spoke at iu the Clear Run cemetery Sunday. render faithful and efficient service. 'elected to the office of Common-- It dacy for conference meets, nor will it be diof Owensboro, Tobacco company, has come to my utttmtior. that wealth's Attorney, and I hope the peo-m- y Lewlsport Monday night to a splen- An unusually large- - concourse of peovulged to the expert advisors of tho wore In Hartford Tuesday and comopponent has given utterance to pie, whom I havo tried faithfully to participating Vowers beforo ' that pleted arrangements did crowd.- This Is the banner Dem- ple attended tho burial. for entering the ocratic precinct in the County and time. After resting three years undor tho some sort of veiled criticism of my secve,.will maintain the precedent tobacco field In Ohio county. These es Yesterday, In his responso to greetboth Judge Slack and Mr. Smith re- sod ot an alien land, the remains of action in practicing law for certain J established by long years of men rented tho Westerflcld warewho chanced to unploy me. In tlce, and compliment me with an ings from Secretary of tho Navy Edceived assurances of the support not this brave young man who gavo his house, and when tho sales season to this will say tha I am, dorsomont. I publicans but oJ many life to his country, now rests tranquilwin Denby, Vice Admiral Kato, rep- opens a representative of tho com- only of the. lending and 11103' influential ly on the hill near the ancestral homo. of the Japanese Navy, ex- pany resentative will tako the house in charge, of tho pressed a desire to learn at an edrly Democrats of the Lewlsport precincts. There are occasions when we could N. Y. MAIL ROBBERY hold information regarding the desand make a large purchase of tobact of tho American plan for limitaThey spoke at Patesvllo Tuesday almost bopo that the dead could tination ot (he co. INSIDE JOB, THEORY which included packages of securities, tion in ordr to facilitate study of the' In addition to purchasing a largo night to a crowd composed of moro awaken from the tomb. If but for govorment of Argento one brief moment, to hear the subject by the Japanese delegates. 7 per cent gold notes, tina two-yecompany than a third lAdlos, which filled No' official requst has been made quantity of tobacco, this Holdup Men's Selection Ot Bags due October 1, 1923, and Canadian church. jng Htory of reverence paid their tho Patesville will rohandlo, dry and stem th'tlr for tho American plans from any were favored at this meeting by J role sacrifices, nnd this is ono of Containing Big Booty Northern Railway 6Ms P&r cent sinkcompurchase. Tho action of this delegates, and none I? expected. It pany, of : them. Even long after death's Kticngthcns Belief. ing fund gold debenture bonds, duo will not only iilford an addition tho rendition of several selections 1s reasonable to nssumo, howovcr, ofmusic by. tho young menjow had fallen athwart their darling July 1, but will also al market for ficials expl lined, that tho details will Many. boy, fancy sees a flash of hallowed of the community. New York, Oct. 25. Disclosure of furnish much needed employment and ladles not be disclosed to anyon until tho persons after the speaking had clos- - happiness in the hearts of this young the fact that tho loot in last night's WO.UAX IS HURT WHEN In Hartford and vicinity, for laborers conference meets. speakers and assured man's devoted parents to havo all that mall truck holdup on Broadway in AUTO STRIKES BUGGY' and the plant will bb a welcomo addi- ed came to tho y Administration officials explained tion to them that their addresses had mado js left ot ono so dear to them brought cluded nearly $500,000 In bonds, the town. that It is incumbent on the United a muai Bjiii-uuiluijii uotiuii uii .into ineir nome- lor a lew Driei nours coupled with Postmaster General While driving to H&riford to- atStates to bo ready with a comprehenDemocrats assured both audience. Hayb' offor of a $5,00.0 reward for tend tho School Fair Saturday .Mrs. AND STILL THEY COME sive plan for limitation tf armaments Judgo Slack nnd Mr. Smith ot their CANARY STILL CHASING 'E.M tho robbers, 'dead or "alive," today Alonzo Shown's buggy was struck u when tho delegates assemble, this ot scores of detectives working on by an automobile drjvon by Mr. A. C. bootleggers like the poor, wo approval ot the manner In which they The having proposed ot their of Constable Bob Canary of McIIenry, a theory that tho rich haul was' nn Smith. Tho buggy was turned ovor have always with us. And unless had conducted the affairs of tho Powers for such a purpose. they Intended to lend is still making the way of the boot- "Inside Job." and demolished nnd Mrs. Shown was In tho harvest ot fices and that thoro Is a lot-u- p their support for Sunlegger hard, In his territory. Of the stolon securities $463,000 badly bruised and shaken up and her bootleggers the Jail will be overrun AVOMA.V WHITES OF VISIT Wednesday afternoon they wont to day he nrrested Oscar Tenis, on a worth wr the pr.oporty'of patrons dnughtcy, Ora, who was In the buggy and it may become necessary to build Easton, tho banner Repnbllcan pro- - charge of selling moonshine, and ot tho Chase National Bank, while with her, also received some bruises. I a stockade too for the safekeeping of Mrs. ,Fnnnie B. Stevens left vendors of. jorautulum clnct of the County, where they wero ' brought him to Hartford where ho $27,000 worth belong to the Park Na- Mr. Smith was attempting to pass Julco. last week tor a visit with her between Mrs. Shown's buggy and Mr. The latest addition to tho county greeted with a largo and enthusiastic was lodged in JaU. Only last week tional Bank. son in Toxns, and- - writes us the folpresent seemed Constablo Canury captured and The inside job theory is based on Tallte Carson's machlno when the acbastllo Is Klt(Logsdon of McIIenry. audience. Evoryone lowing Interesting account ot her pleased with tho brought In a moonshine distillery out- tho belief that news of tho prclous cident occurred. The partles'wero Constnble Canary brought Logsdon to bo highly trip. Many ladles camo forward fit. shipment had reached the Ijand thru alj driving In the same in" Wednesday and turned him over direction I ljft Bcavpr , Editor Republican: ' chnnnols so rellnblo that they not on at tho Otue. to tho county court, on a charge or and assured tho speakers that' they Dam Sunday afternoon to visit my approved their official conduct. They uiG POTATOES AND A ly knew wlch truck was to carry ltJ dispensing the "Oh, bo Joyfql." son and family at Breckenrldge, Texpointed to the fnct that the manner In PLENTY IN THE 1JILL but the robbers novqr hesitated in MRS. LUCY 1HRSCH.DEAD as, and arrived hero Wednesday, wlilch judge Slack and Mr. Smith picking out tho four sacks containing KXAMINATIO.Y RESULTS ter a stopover at Ft. Worth for sevhave discharged their duties appeals There may bo s6en In his office their prospective booty. . Mrs". Lucy Illrsrh lod, after a long eral hpurs with W. It. Taylor and especially to tho lady vqters. seven sweet potatoes, all attached to Bank officials wore frank in crit- illness, at her home in Narrows--, family and Mr. Taylor's sfster, Mrs. The School Superintendent has reThoy were recolved by a splendid the parent stem, that weight, thirteen icizing the postal authorities for al- Thursday ot last week, Her remains Bertha Armstrong, all former Ohio ceived from tho State Board of Ex crowd at Lyons Wednesday night. I pounds. These notatoes are all of lowing so valuable a shipment to be wore buried in tho Gentry graveyard. countlaus. They are all very well. aminers tho grades of applicants, hero Many Ohio county peoplo wore In tho' edible-- slzo and ot perfec formatlqn. transported at night thru the city Mrs. Hlrsch was the widow of WilI found my son and family well. September 16 and 17. The following audience, this place blng situated not 'They were grown by Mr. J. R. Shown streets. The mail truck was In liam Illrsch deceased, who was well-kno1 find the city of Br&ken ridge- and mado first class certificates in the far from the Ohio county line. Each of Route 3, who brought 'thorn charge ot only one man, the chaufIn the northern end of the )fhe country for mljes around a wil- techors' examination hold: Misses of the speakers mado a splondld to ths offlco Saturday, Mr. Shown feur, when halted by the trio of rob- county as a saddlo and harness makderness- ot oil derricks and tanks. Emiy Bell, Ruth and Eelyn Fore- address and the crowd by frequent says If unybody can beat this record bers In a touring car. er. Sho was a daughter, of Jack Ma-piTwo years ago this was a city ot 8,000. man and Mrs. Cecil Stone, Two made applause, manifested their approval. wo may glyo ;hlm those potatoes. and was rearettlu the Victory Po3tal luspector John Coughlln set inhabitants, with the noarest rail- je.Hu-- class certificates ana two fall-tThis has been a banner weokfor However,- - It Tnsley doesn't ,awlpe a staff of forty clerks to work mak neighborhood, a tow miles nonh ot road thirty miles away, Then wlt,h Two colored teachers who were both Judge Slack and Mr. Smith. thorn soon, wo expect the potatoes ing an accurate check-u- p ot register- - Hartford. Sho leaves I In a year it had 10,000 people and examined on the same date made sec- They have not only received asaur-unc- will bo eaten by the Madam, and. the! ed mall In the stolen bags una and Wesley She"wa"svrfbout.60 f ivo railroads. The streets and roads ond class grades. ot support from loading ami in- - kiddles ot yours truly, In Louisville. I Officials ot tho Chase bank with years old. ' k, - that they aro for them. Ono would at the number of staunch Democrats residing hero In Hawesvllle who havo pledged thlr Biipport to Judge Slack and Mr. Taylor Mines Stage Setting Smith. They spoke at tho court house here For Wild Gun Play And about ten days ago when most of tho Death As Finale peoplo of Hawesvlllo heard them. It Is freely predicted that Hancock coun ty will give an Increased Republican One of the most terrible tragedies majority this year. ever enacted In Ohio cpunty was Judge Slack in his nddrcss at IN TIME-OL- D TRAGEDY bo surprised iiw . IMH . i Jf L .- J?w4y Xitfv i i 1 C - W i.ti. AiflHiaElllllllH Vj'44lPK '9L 1l t ve-hlc- lo , W a.- ... ... Opp-xctl- t. -- t f" ar-Tl- judge! comth's. slack and atty. smith - ROSS-VAUG- II - Boss-Vaug- - pruc-partl- 5 , ar lie-Th- ey flhad-boautl- iol-nrco- , 19-16- . ( mi na-tio- - J - ts, d. 'two-bFothr- ra. es $ WEDDING SCPKP.STITIONrl Marriage being nn ancient institution which vitally affects lives of men and women. It Is not surprising that practically everything connected thorcwlth has somo superstitious belief or other associated with It. Tho majority of people believe that particular Incidents, colors, days, flowers etc. determine absolutely tho weal or woo of tho parties to a marriage. They avoid "supposedly unlucky days for their weddings. They take pains to arrange everything so as to assure conjugal happiness and they worry themselves nearly to death It anything in connection with the ceremony takes an unpropltlous "Not the least bit." Uncle jsronxoflisl Jack, sitting up very ".l am not nt nil sleepy to-- assured her. "Only shaken up a taCralstot. tle, for we fell on top of some coata Sto fOntfe "lien, nftcr peeping Into and sweaters which hung on the wall. Things were sliding around every3Ssnr5?is'4jright eye, begun his tale. . ra-astln winter of 1SS3 that where, but my lantern was still lit the ac.SKXT'sne'd nio of the worst winters nnd I crawled on my hands nnd knees rSRaS VI erer spent on Stony Ledge to the door and opened It. It nearly CTsj&ELraiie. The Ice lind piled up nnd blew mo across the room, but I could ran mnl pushed the big block see that the lighthouse was Jammed 5Vn3i :tt:arotmd the lighthouse Jint like between two piles of Ice and would be ScSSsss. 'Tills night, I remember. It safe enough until morning, when we nsus sYlMttng very hard nnd I had to could see to get ashore. I heard no sound of nn explosion from the light tower, so guessed that It had been put out In the fall, nnd wo tried to TSJUP'tfOW, ourselves as rr r "i r - make for the rest coinfortahto as posjLfyr of the night. We sible lS"Yr did' not sleep very much and we wcro glnd to see morning dawn. The wind had gone down, so we decided to go ashore. Just as I opened the door I heard n 'Hello, there. nnd on the Ice below were two of our good neighbors from ashore who had come out as quickly as they could to our rescue. We were delighted to see them and ..oon were climbing over the Ice blocks townrd shore, safe nnd sound. "And now, sir, that Is quite enough t2S at ftc iii.o liiij.n of the balcony for one night,' so scamper off to bed, Cb&eptfrum slipping off on the rocks both of your "IMense, Uncle Hen, tell us what cdstrns Szunde things shipshape for 3Jie acjfct. 3t was good to tliut the happened to the llgbt tower?" pleaded UtMir igorcst the pale nnd see Aunt .Tack, ns ho slid down from Uncle .Slhezj' wrecking tlie dinner In our cozy Hen's knees. CSSSeaifciben. I had to shout to make "Why, the "whtjje tower wns kuocked avsr; Hie wind wai howling so right off nnd was found Inter quite a IthroSJ? tsnH with every gust the llght-55ti- long ways from the house." tootHd sway like a boat. The "I'm so glad It didn't explode," snld Ihsi&cx rcas so that not a Nancy, gravely, "and I think you and passed for ovjy n week, nnd Aunt Mary arc the bravest ones I Swuey 'far from shore made me a know." AVc ate supper mther "UX saraniaos. (Copyright.) Ifc-- iiciitly, listening to the crushes of the Ice floes outside, nnd after another look from the tower I told your Aunt "JGC5X .'before "bedtime cacli night, Mnry to wrap up well, for now the, Etr splaying nnd romping with llghthmHo was creaking and groaning JSrjin1enoUl olllo dog, Nancy and dangerously. She lost no tlnio ahout J&yrffc nrouUWrllinb up on Uncle I ton's It, and It wns well we wcro prepared, TtaPiti tanfl :bc for n story. Uncle whole for ahout an hour later BkJiesfl'T.en.a lighthouse keeper for lighthouse lurched over onthe side, Its CTcatftf SlO.iycnrs nd always had nn rocky founds Stacy to tell about his ad- - completely torn from Its tlons." ''fUJlETrtS. "Oh I Did you get hurt?" asked Tin the mnt exciting thine Sfcmw,TTJn;ppcncd on the lighthouse," Nancy, breathlessly. CT&'CLIS JIISX'S STOKV " J? Taste is a matter tobacco quality of; Stl turn. If a bride marks her linen with the initials of her betrothed It is commonly believed that she will never have occasion to use It as his wife. It is rgarded as very unlucky It hor fiance sees her wearing any part of her trousseau before the day, or even tho hour, sot for the wedding cot oniony. relit- -U- We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chesterfield arc of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. $ f4 o ss TMr frr, I fan lr sirai 'Wkat's in a Name?" MARSHALL Qr MILDRED ysannnnrvvvvv,vvv,vvrvvvvv,i HUW DO YOU SAY IT? By C N. LURIE Common Errors in English How to Avoid Them Cum aboatyoui nimt; Itt htitonr: mean- beerevheuz-i- t wii derived; tlgnlficancei 3&r4iitkv Y n(i lucky JeweL and MW jyywyyuyguuyyyywyuyi J1AKIE iKQriOM-V&Hts- "RISE UP," "FALL DOWN," "END UP." A MOMLWTS Js perhaps the most preva- lVcbt euilnlnc. mime known to Its synonym, Mary, has niincot qual vogue, and Maria, its miliar ad2flcnt. Is enormously Marie Is originally the VStmtiit. version of the name of the illUaxni .vVlrglu, rill countries have jtiirzpni "her nnd called her their own. tbiifiB&s, af course, the Hebrew word xeaaJa. .usimlnB ' bitter, Is the root reflection will show the reader the absurdity of the first two phrases printed above. Of course, when a person rises there Is only one direction In which he can so, and that direction Is up or upward. Therefore, do not "rise up" In the morning or In the world simply rise. Likewise, when you fall do not "fall down" simply fall. There can be no all derivatives of Mury such thing as "falling up"; It would Xtnau TiV be contrary to the law of gravitation, nrwiswHed. carly In history. It become which hns not been repealed. Dr. Einvlnif cnitvzmiy to Ive the nnme of Mnrle stein's theory of relatively to the contw. Tprtx, adding a middle nume to trary notwithstanding. A homeulmt similar error Is the use HCTllCy the attributes of the first Mnry. tint: Elfegaed Virgin hersclT, In this of the preposition "up" nfter the verb daughters of a family "end," as in "This ends up the afmjF called by the name of Marie fair." . Omit the "up"; the sense Is roufiii"b expressed by saying, "This ends the iwirlJtartR nnd yet they could be Ty their second appellation. affair." (Copyright.) 3diif BirfKst of these names was that 0 Orlxrn. Annunzlata, very popular In '.Sypximyia later changed to Maria llnlKrance. one of the most jfucnlaf ft'tninlno liiiines whs Murlo icxoaK'niie; nnother wns Marie Vrnnce also had Marie des iSmtt Qlarie of the angels) and In Scuuv tfe votaress of the merciful DflwnfflSnjg iatronesr (the Blesed MOTORCYCLES t . A. -- sral Hdw ItiStari ed lsa --J.X- Vir-Hpj)- Marie del liicuinaclon nre irtlr xMuples of I he populnr trend .jfijtifi. aielped to spread the name of 'AJarWi Alany young ludlen la Spalu jrvt t&U christened Murla de la Con but In IJuly, this lb contracted Knijliiud X4&.&&I': tu? irord CciievttH. ffat&.Vinst.T'icu Marie alone uud alsc Casur 'aiolly, the diminutive uud Indeed, jn Knglaml, Moll; to CtaTsvntly glvn In baptism as a 3jer$?x name with uo reference to its uiuirss signified parent. XterWx tallsninnlc Mone Is Janer. which 4It iya sn"eji gem4iiid bites Isof proof tSM! If placed upon a creatures. iciit- - bite, it is saia to draw the nUu C$jii from the wound. It will while 'ilciEj; train If prajurs lire made wseitk: tlie stone. Friday Is Marle't AkUj- - lay and one her lucky number eg-Sru-o ven-aaAc- s te 3Urla de Mercedes. JKsrus tie J)olores (Marie of an"Q Sor-.wr- SHORTLY after the Introduction of an attempt was made vehicles by to propel power other than man. IV. V. Austin of Wlntlirop, Mass., in 18CS, made the tlrst nuKorcyele a crude machine, propelled by steam. Others followed, but It was not until 1893 that the first gasoline cycle, constructed" by K. J. prol'cuulngton of Cleveland, d s duced. (Copyrlsht) O . A, LINE 0' CHEER By John Kendrlck Bangs. BLAMELESS. not chid the Winter .t.ldkt. Xo'rthillinir clouds thnt overcast The lieavens high, nor Icy drip That hold mo in Jt nrcUc rlp, l'or thebo forsooth are Winter's ways. Anil Winter must luu-- wintry days. And none hold any cuI to chide The wiriterllde That It hath not the smiling grace We And on Spring or Summer's face, No more than we should blame the clod That he In no Olympian itod, And uinl Summer to my mind, Are sweeter for the Winter's wind So here's to Winter and her snow, And for her winds, hy, let 'em blow. 'our (Lara that Winter's And thank Unto the task It has to do. (Copyright.) CoiyrlBht ) I SHALT, o jKx)3aHPVhh iHEH HKIi'ILVXJE -; atiweitet juarrlcd will you prom true ' T8mc I'll let you. do that" a divorce?" Only bad luck enn bo ex- peeled, many believe, it tho bride makes her own wedding dress or if the making ot the dress is begun he- for the day Is named for the wedding. j Superstitious brides usually avoid .velvet as a material for their wedding dresses, believing that It would be I 'certain to bring them bad luck. Satfn of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended is favored because it is believed to assure good fortune. It one holds 'n wedding dress in the hands for five t minutes and makes a wish tho wish f will "como true," many believe. Brides are happy If the first flow-'e- r they behold on their wedding day VnI IllA 1. 1iltn nv.fi UU14M'V " It IB ttltttO tlUU HnhmiflP it Vi " wnue iiower is Biippuseu iu augur plate will likewise bring an early nothing of teaching, or acting a.i j happiness and the red unhapplness marriage. Girls BLOOD saleswomen. often place wedding CLOGGED and care during the married life. It cake under Yet these figures tako no account their pillows, believing flowers are worn in the bride's hair, that they will then dream of WITHERS THE BODY of tho vastly greater number of wo tholr fuuncovered by u veil, she will be sor- - ture husbands. mon who aro not classod as in "gainWhen tho elder of ry she married. To leave her boquet ful occupations" yet perform the nathe daughters of a family marries, a ' in tho church and then turn back for nlnnn v Virvx lmlftnl vnnv Hnot r Iflfl nf net uuuui An1rt must uc ivii tural function . of women , equally portentous.,. Ji'.'.c Tho woman who is a home tin the house, else, It is said, none of Workers Sick and Weak ta u l UU 51 t u u wiiuo ui aitttiuics girls will marry. From Exertion Take Gude's maker may not ho alio to count her may cx- -j the other a bride's boquet I flower from lucomo In dollars as accurately as A wedding ring, a thimble, a coin Pepto-Manga- n pect au early marriage, while the one tho other who draws n fixed salary and a button are sometimes baked In jwho dons a bridal veil or wreath In a wedding cake. Tho understanding yet she is in n gainful occupation ncv la spirit of fun will be an old maid, Is that the person who gets a piece crtheless. - Her "Jowels" may bo her ' Men and women, who toll, cither according to n popular belief. If the containing sons nnd daughters and her roward the ring will be tho first bridegroom appears with his tie awry i marry. The one who gets the thim physically or mentally, use up enurgy. may bo less financial but sho has It to tit is a "sicn" that he loves another i.i ts .loome.i to ho nn old maid. Thn When they overwork they use up In tho satisfaction ot having done a jgirl and if a raveling is found on his r energy, and sometimes tho woman's part in rearing a family. It one who finds the coin may expect clothes the supposition Is that an- wealth while tho one to whom tho Mood gets In a n condition. doos not fall to evory womn to glvo other woman lovs him. . i wunoui resi mo moon cannoi gei such service but to whomever it Is givbutton falls will be a bachelor. Many are convinced that , the bride i t iu nnnoi.in. itv.rlback to normal, so that It becomes en to be a.wifo and mother the re, . us buiuiucicu ..n...icn rnr. (.iwibi t . , u.e tnouiu noi the brIde or bridegroom to glance tolcloBBed with waste matter from over-- ward is not less though it Is expressit she desires to avoid bad , exertion. tQ recognIze B ed in different terms. herself or or luck. She can bo sure of good luck Tho cl0Egcd blood virtually withers up the of tfco church; tfc0 That the position ot home-makU of .they say, If she cuts the first slice body. Tho strained looks on pale the natural desire of women Is shown doeg ab u ciscJthe . . ... .mooaiess arms, me IViA nillra. 4SJ.M.l.n Ihm ntnt,lAt in lUv u u, atv..cl .w.e taRc. " u vhere for ,ore In that about as many step out of u a plgeon alght9 iaces, me mm, gives warning that the bride will ex on the church as tho bridal pair en sunken cheeks and necks, tho dead "gainful occupations" annually as enjperience sorrow in her early married ter the church It protends good luck. tired feeling, aro tho results ot stale ter them. Thus for most women such ,llfe. If an unmarried girl carries a Jf Uje offIclatlng mnlster makca blood depriving the system of employment Is hut temporary In coni piece of wedding cake in her pocket oxygon. templation af marriage. That so mistake it Is taken as an indication 'during the honeymoon she will be- Workers go to the drug store and many arc willing to exchango salaries present is opposed to ' that someone . Icome a bride before the dress is worn when they for tho home Is proof which occupaget Gude's Pepto-Mang! the match, out, 'tis said. To eat a piece of tho feel weak and run down. Thoy take tion appeals most forcibly to women. If the bride forgets and signs her cake that the bride hns left on herj It in either tho liquid or tho tablet Pittsburg Gazette TImts. maiden name Instead of her new form. That makes tho blood rich me name to the church register bad luck , poisons. The collcgo graduate was looking possibly separation will result, and red and drivos out tho land oxygen, enrried by the lit- - for a position. Entering an- - office, (. 4., m uvilti. j. .. I.1. - ......i.in... MM ViiVJ U'bi')VltlUU0 .. ll I as decidedly omnlous lit; leu uuiiBf icHUwa uiu oirciitiiu uuu ho asked to seo the manager, and np-i- a l is rcardert i'lf the minister misplaces his glasses builds up tho ontlre system. Look for while waiting ho said to (he offlco i Jf on boy: "Do you suppose the name "Gude's there is any when about to "tie the knot"; this the package. Advertisement. opening: hero for a college graduato?' flis.a "sign" that one of the contract- . "Dcro will be," was tho reply, "it Ing parties will not bear inspection. By JONATHAN BRACE de boss don't raise mo salary to 5 a To have a minister refuse for any XXXI. CALIFORNIA week, by. tomorrow night." Successperform the marrlago cere reason to FOR FLETCHER'S rpilEUH 13 .j mony Is very unlucky. He always ful Farming. jM-"- 3k 1 an atmos i must see the bride before he ties the . phere of roWOMAN'S SIMlKItK Farmor Jones was on his way homo knot. mance enveBeing married in a ruined church, In normal times 20 out ot each 100 from town when ho thought he had loping the some bslieve, will be certain to being pcr&ong engaged in gainful occupa- forgotten something. Twice on tho early history ;good luck. GoocLJuck may be fur- - tions in the United States are women. way he stopped and looked over tho of California which even ther assured if the couple, lin- - At the present time it Is believed that packages in the wagon and searched encircles the origin of the name j mediately after the ceremony, run S, 000, 000 women and girls aro at his pockctbook, but decided he had About 1520 a Spanish love story 'out of the church hand- In hand. In work and that a fourth more will bo everything with him. wns published In which there yhen ho renched homo his "daughsome countries it is supposed that if when Industry reaches normal conwis an Imaginary Island In the ter came running out with a surpristhe bride is the first to ariso from ditions. This Invasion of women Far East called California; Some she will be the first ever to almost every field ot enter- ed look on her faco and said:. "Why fifteen years Inter a party of ' the altar nfter to get up In tho morning while prise. They nre in agrlcttlturo, trans- Father, whero's . Mother?" Boys' V came upon Spanish adventurers If the groom arises first that "hon- - portation, mining and "trade", to say Magazine. the penlnsuiu which, we now call or" will forever bo his. Lower California. Believing that j they had discovered a romantic The French believe that It will island similar to the one in Hie bring bad luck for a person older novel, they called It California. than tne unae to preceue ncr iu enLater on, the territory to tho tering tho church. Tho Spanish have north became known as Alta an old .custom of tying a silk sash or High Cullfornla California fringed with gold about the necks ot a state, It and when it became the brldaj pair ,as thoy kneel beforo was accordingly cnlled California. The first settlers were, tho altar. This-- It Is believed, will the Franciscan monks who came bring them good luck. In nussia, up from Mexico and established run rapidly Interesting; Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mora tho bride and groom missions, nnd many are the legalown the .aisle after entering the Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared ends woven around these pioneer church, tho understanding being that Padres. There shortly grew up reaches tho altar Much Sickness and Worry. the one who first Mexican settlements around tho will be "boss" of the household. missions which the wonderful P Si climate nnd fertile soil prosNavasola, Texas, Mrs. V. M. Pcden, 1 couldn't rest well at night and was . . pered. Ai Agreeable Surprise. just lifeless. The government, while under of how sie recovered her "I heard of Cardui and alter reading I Mexlcun control, was moro or I was "About three years ggo when strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that Independent, and at theout-brea- k less suffering from a severe cold on, my actually losing her health: was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui of tho Mexican war, Frelungs and coughed most of the tlmo defeated mont, who wua later "Health is the greatest tiling In the and began it. . . night and day; I tried a bottlo of world, and when you feel that gradually for the presidency, occupied Cal"Ina very short while after I began tlie Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nnd slipping away from you, you certainly ifornia. When peace was mude sit Cardui Home Treatment I saw an ImIn 1648, California became Uniwas surprised at tho promptness with and take notice. That is what I did provement and It wasn't long until 1 was ted States territory. That same which it gave me relief," writes Mrs. jp somjjimc ago when I found myself in a all right good appetite, splendid rest, gold was discovered In the year James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. very nervous, run-docondition of and much stronger so that I easily didiny Sacramento Valley and the rush Many another has been surprised and health. I was so iired and felt so lifeless house work. of people to Cullfornla began. pleased with the prompt reliot afford1 could hardly go at all. "Later I took a bottle of Cardui as a The population grew so rapidly m ed by this remedy. gladin 1850 California was adthat was Just no account for work. 1 tonic. lean recommend Cardui and state mitted as tho thlrty-flrs- t ly do so, for IE more women knew, il tvoitfd get a bucket ot water and would of tho Union. With Us 158.207 and (eel so weak I would have to set it down would save a great deal of worry "You can't sell that man. an encysquare miles, It is the largest " I felt like I could lilt it to the shelf. sickness." clopedia." uefore state except Texas. Politically, Tlie enthusiastic praise of thousands ol "Why not?" In this condition, of course, to do even Us power has been rapidly growother women who have found Cardui ing, Cullfornla now bus thirteen my housework was a, task almost im "He knows it all." helpful should convince you that it t t presidential electors. "Well, he'll enjoy going over it to possible to accomplish.. Newspaper Syndicate.) I ( by McCiure AU druggists sell IU UwM,..WVous;attieasiirUwe1.!worthlryinpick out tho errors." Louisville , - T Courier-Journa-l. I I Chest erneId CIGARETTES l i "JH 0 ! , 43 !,. l j I homo-makin- g. ! run-dow- oe ! fc uiav f, er llto-glvl- ng an Our States UC Clrvt'V Ot !. We-Blvln- Pepto-Manga- n" T- Children Cry R CASTO 'A ', - np-pli- es j IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY SLIPPING? i J. ,.-..- -- ti -- VST" y - zars to tho small trado without to tho origin or extent of tho After tho best medical and scientif- supply. Until tho Hawaiian experi- iksMHHBBHHHHHHHHR! Constipation ic minds ot the world had wrestled ment tho romedy was regarded as a v wltli tho dread dlseaso of leprosy for palllatlvo rather than" a euro. Commissioner Prepmlng Tins Hulcs 7he beginning ot almost every se- nges tho ono cure camo not from a Tho names of tho places visited by llMKNct Contents 15Pluid Drachm rious If learned man's laboratory, nor yet Prof. Rock In his search sound as if dlscaso Is constipation. For Hnlo Am Per Tho you want to enjoy good health keep Palmer Killing. from the factory of tho patont medi- they had been taken from tho poems tho bowels regular. This is best ac- cine It wns the studious doctor ot Kipling. Ho mrtdo his start nt mnii. For Infants and QMlSrsai complished by proper diet nnd ex- armed with modern sclenco who con Bangkok, tho principal city of Slant, ercise, but sometimes a medicine Is quered smallpox, yellow and Journeyed north about 300 miles Washington, Oct. 24. As unexfover, cholneeded nnd whon that Is tho ensoyou era, malaria, typhus and a thousand to tho, town of Chlcng Mnl. A part I pected ob a rainstorm In a desert, wlll find Chamberlain's Tablets are other ills to which flesh is heir; but of tho trip was jnndo by rnilrond regulations permitting tho manufac excellent, They are mild and gentle nil their assaults on tho terrible di- After camping In the mountain forture and use of beer (or medical pur in their action, easy and pleasant to sease of leprosy wcro In vain and loft ests of Dol Sootep and Dot Choin rMMIlllsM JBtf T Mnl poses wcro Issued today by tho Trea- tnko. Give thorn a trial. They only LupWiI them baffled. And all the while tho Chleng, northwest of Cieng Mai, ai nminr.-- n run CENT. cost a quarter. sury Department. m euro wns" going to waste; AWr.!.ilifcrrcnafalionforAs- fcftM it was tho whero ho found threo species of Withheld slnco March 3 last, whon chestnuts, ho went by house boat on simiinliniJUicrood (yncta; sovereign remedy former Attorney Qonral Palmer hold UATK AT WHICH SALMON SWIM chaulmoogra oil. 11ingttcStomactenndlfarcboi tho Meh Ping river to Roheng, arid tho use of beer as n medicine to b leh: i Even in the tlmo of Moses tho di- thence across n range ot hills lying II" gal under the prohibition laws, tho Tho speed limit far the salmon sease was greatly dreaded, and a between thnt river and tho Salwen Issuance of tho boor regulations enmo fish Is 25 miles an hour. They can careful study wns made ot It, though river to Moulmeln, lower urmn. Thereby IVomoUn$ Digestion as a completo surprise to leaders of breast strong currents and mnke not by doctors, as Is Cheerfulness and RcstCooUW On this Journey Prof. Rock discovshown In the tho dry forces, who declared there tholr way over neither Onium.Morphtoenor fall and other 13th chnptcr ot Leviticus. It was ered ninny new trees but no "tarakto-geno- s had been im understanding with tho obstructions thnt would seem ImpnB-sabl- o Mineral. Not Nicotic, kurzll." From Monlmoln ho a mafi or woman who had Treasury that the now rules should jkdptcrctdDiMxmrn&iibarriers.' symptoms of the malady should be went to Rnngoon by boat and the not be promulgated until tho Sonato t made o, difficult Journey of many brought to Aaron the priest for exSennl had acted upon tho pending antl-bcJbrbUiScUl $100 Reward, $100 amination, nnd if it could not be de- days to Mnwlnlk on tho upper Chlnd-wi- n . JtiilltStr bill. So mfii The readers of this paper will be termined thnt It was or was not lepro river. Ho hnd been told he would Jfaptrnune ssyjM Issunnco of the beer regulations pleased to learn that there in at least sy, the person wns confined seven find tho looked-fo- r tree there, but at j SSS one lias will cause redoubled efforts to effect been dreaded diseaseIn that Itsscience mid days and examined ngain, nnd able to cure singes all CMSP then Mnwlnlk ho was told that he would mea- - that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly tho passago of tho antl-bohave to go tlvo or six days Into the ' Influenced by constitutional romlltlmn he might bo confined for another AhclpfulRcmcdyfor "flurcB, Scnato loaders declared, while requires constitutional treatment HnllV seven days for country to Kyokta. At this place another examination. Constipation and Diarrhoea ant1 Wnyno II. Whcolcr, genornl counsel Catarrh Medlclno Is taken Internally Him nets thru the lilond on the Mtirnim It was specified as a precaution tho trail became warm and ho got andT Fcvcrishncss and n caguo described k faces of the Hystem thereby destroylnr for tho Ho wns rcf MTST.EEP me lounumion 01 me uiscnsc, giving tut that It a man's hair "is falling oft his some dcflnlto Information. tho Treasury's nation as "less defen- patient strength by tiultdlnp; up tlm .con rcsullinlhercfrcffljnWancy.i head" ho may be merely bald and directed Into the hill country hack of Btltutlon nnd assisting nature In dolus It sible than nt any other time." But "If Kyokta, and there ho found the ob..?Jtl. work. The proprietors have no mud not necessarily loprous. Prescriptions are not reflllblo nnd faith In the curative power of Hall i there be In tho bald head, or the ject of his long, painful and hazarCatarrh Medicine that they otter Om MeXZi' 4 tho regulations declaro that n phar- Hundred Hollars for any case that It fall bad forehead, a white, reddish sore, dous Journey. CllH cure. macist "should refuse to fill any toAddress Send for lint of testimonials The tree Is n large one nnd grows it Is leprosy sprung up In Ids bald SffiGOTAOT COMPAQ F. J. CHKNBY & CO , Toledo I prescription for liquor If he has any Ohio. Bold by all Druggists, 75c. -niK. J head, as the leprosy oppcareth In tho to beYery old. It flourishes In the "SS'sX if icnsnn to bollovo that physicians are fisMiCskin of tho flesh." "And tho leper depths of the Jungles, which are Inprescribing for other than modlcal SUGCKSTIVK READING In whom tho plaguo Is, his clothes fested by nil kinds of wild animals, iric C uses or that a patlont Is securing thru shall be rent and his head bare, and and this is one of the reasons tho naono or moro physicians quantities of You will hear it said thnt such and he shall put a covering upon his up- tives gather theseeds at such IrreguIntoxicating liquor In excess of tho such a inugnzlno prints suggestive per lip, and shall cry, "Unclean, un- lar Intervals. The fruit Is about the amount necessary for nudicinal pur- stories, meaning thnt they present clean." It was decided, however, size of an orange, with tho seeds so EsaX Copy of Wrapper. TMC Cf NTAUR COVfANV, NrwYOMKCm- poses." corrupting ideas in on attractive that when tho whole skin became closely packed as to mnko them anIn connection with tho Issuance of dress. Hut thoro is n suggcstiveiicss white with tho disease, Instead of gular in anncaranco. Tho fruit riD- prescriptions, tho regulations said: also of qulto a different sort tho spotted with It, the person became PI1M III .Tllll nnil nt thnt tltnn tlto nn. No prescription may bo Issued for euggestivencss Hint quickens the read- lives will not go Into the forests nt "clean" again. a greater quantity ot intoxicating of duty, stimulates ambiMoses was still In Egypt he nil on account ot the bears, which InWhile liquor than Is necessary for use ns a tion, gives courage to fnee adversity, was told to thrust his hand Into his fest the wholo woods nt thnt time. medicine by a person for whom pre- fortifies ngalnst yielding easily to "The bears leave tho seeds, and then It bosom, nnd T scribed in tho treatment of nn temptation. It is this better kind of was "leprouswhon he withdrew it while." Tho disease como the monkeys and porcupines from which such patlont 13 suggcstlveuess thnt you will find on may not have originated In tho coun gathering them up eagerly. Some known by tho physlc'hn 'o o stiffoi- - nlmost overy pago of Tho Youth's try of the Nile as the ancients be of the seeds are washed Into the Iiit Companion. Which of those two very streams where the fish swallow them Besides boer, tho regulations per Kinds of suggcstlvcncss would you lieved, but It Is certain that in early tlfnos it was widespread thru-o- with avidity. But this,, food spoils mlt tho usO for medical purposes of wish to have exert an influence In tho East, including India and, the "fish for tho natives, for they find The Hartford Republican has made a spcnsaS " other Intoxicating malt liquors such .your family life? China. Tho Greeks and Romans in them at that time the nauseous us nlo. portor, malt extracts and simclubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commerces i Tho 52 Issues of 1922 will be flavor ot tho oil which, thoy say, a "foreign disease,1' but ilar tormented malt liquors contain- crowded with sorlal stories, short sto- called it century B. C. was known makes them sick. Prof. Rock did not Appeal by which we will fumishboth papers for exsss the first it ot onp por cent or moro ries, editorials, poetry, facts and fun. ing one-ha- lt in Italy. It was said to have been see any of the ripe fruit for ho got year for the low price of o)' alcohol by volume Subscribe now nnd receive:, contracted In Syria by tho soldiers of there in January. Manufacture of these modlcal pre1. Tho Youth'o Compnion 02 IsLater he salle-- from Burma to CaPompey's army. parations is confined to duly qualifi- sues in 1922. lcutta and penetrated the tiger counIt was during tho crusades, nnd ed breweries on brewery premises, Usues of 2. All the remaining through them, that all Europe be- try of Bengal, going- to Assam. In 1 may bo sold by them only In bot-.t(- $ 1921. nnd came afflicted with the awful "malady the forest reserves near Rangajora, nnd closed cnt09. 3. Tho Companion Home Calenbrought back by tho zealous pllgrlma. n julfgle jillago on the Dibun river, " Tho right to prcscrlbo distilled dar for 1922. All for 52.50. The Commercail Appeal is one of' the la Tho scourge became terrible and lep he found a fow More scattered trees spirits, wines and malt liquors for 4.. Or Include McCalls Mngozine, er houses wero set up in every town; but no ripo fruit. Tho traveler i and best papers in the South and we hope to. medical purposes is confined by the tho monthly authority on, fashions. most of these wero named after St. brought back enough of the seeds to regulations to such physicians ns havo Doth publications, only $3.00. many new subscribers on this offer. One doHarszaS Lazarus. Lepers were isolated by establish a considerable plantation. obtained pormits to prescribe intoxiTHE YOUTH'S COMPANION, has sit seventy-fiv- e law. They w;ere made to wear a spe- The Wawalian government cents cash for both papers- - Send, fas cating liquor, Such a physlciantho Commonwealth Ave. &. St. Paul St., cial costume, usually a long gray aside 100 acres for the purpose, and regulations state, may prescribe, "for your subscription now. Don't delay. Boston, Massachusetts. m gown with a hood over the face, and it is expected that tho trees will bea person upon whom ho is in atNow Subscriptions Received at this they carried wooden clappers to give gin to bear In eight years. They will tendance, It nftor physical examina- Office. Th disease also bo grown in California. noise of their approach. m tion" of such person, or It physical While in Asia Prof. Rock discovbegan to decline in the 15th century examination Is Impracticable, upon Eu- ered in old Buddhist histories the letho best Information obtainable, tho REMARKABLE CHANGES nnd had almost disappeared from gend of a Burmese king who went inphysician believes that the Internal IN THIS MAN'S FAMILY rope in the 17th. to voluntary exile on account of It is" generally In tropical countries lepro-- about 1000 years ago about or external uso of such liquor as a leprosy has persisted, though it medicine by such porsonja necessary the tlmo tho disease began to infest "I gained 12 pounds, my wife gain- that nnd will afford relief to him from ed 26 pounds and my daughter Is took a hold on Norway and Iceland, all Europe and cured himself with where leper hospitals are still mainsomo" known ailment." gaining day by day taking Tanlac the oil. Ho also cured a beautiful NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES Tho now regulations according to It's tho blggf-s-t surprise of our Uvea tained. China and India have long young woman whom ho afterwards isHawaiian Secretary Mellon, arc In accordance nnd all our friundj nnd neit-alor-s married, founding a dynasty. The are been affected, and the with former Attorney General Pal- - talklnc nlinuL It. This medl.'lilo has lands have especially suffered. Spora- first efforts made by Europeans to When Cleaned and Pressed! am developed mer's interpretation of tho law. Their na(o a wo.,(,orful ci)nu,Q j,, evi,rv , ne dic cases have constantly study and, apply tho remedy was In was dniaycu, no declared, of us. Ileforo 1 got Tanlac, 1 could in nil large countries, in spite ot the 185G, but tho English scientists who issuance the Hoffman Sanitary because It seemed probablo that leg- hardly drag ono foot nfter the othor. care taken to provent it. undertook tho experiment got hold Tho chaulmoogra oil remedy Is re islation would ronder them of no ad I had indigestion perfectly awful. In Steam Press. ot the .seeds of an entirely different vantage to those Intorested and thoro fact we wor-- j all regular djspeptlcs. agrded as a new discovery, for wo tree, and it was not until 18?9 that was no urgent demand for their is- Wo all swear by Tnnlnc now at our heard nothing of it until compara- the, mistake was discovered. Now it tively recently. It was only in 1902 1s hoped cleanlns-- ; suance. Wo have the best equipped and most house. It ought to be In ever homo that this old remedy, newly - In this section of the state. 'Prompt e "However," ho said, "for somo It's tin world's greatest family in;dl that Dr. Frederick B. Power, director rediscovered, wJU wlpo out the blot pressing establishmentof chemical research laboratories in first-clatlmo past, it has boon strongly urg- cine." srvico guaranteed. Special attention given to parcel b of leprosy from the human family. London, began experiments with the ed by those intorested that this service and all work guaranteed- packages. We give 4 The above statement was made by some now oil from which ho isolated had no right longer to ueorge u. lessy, a n Surgeons agree that in cases of unu OUIV PRICES wlhhold tho regulations, and that in highly respected Machinist, living nt active acids. Ho also prepared tho uta, burns, bruises and wounds, the Cleaned and Pressed In which "ethyl ester" of theso acids, so doing the department la denying 83 Downing St., Buffalo, NY. t first treatment Is most Important. form It enn bo Injected Into the musto thoso interested tholr cloir legal MEN'S LIST When an efficient antiseptic is reTanlac Is bold In Hartford by Dr, rlghth and thereby imposing sorlotus L. D. Dean and by all leading drug cles so as to effect a cure. It was in plied promptly, there is no danger ot .$1,50piece) . . v Men's Suits (2 this form thnt It was used on 200 infection nnd tho wound begins to loss upon thorn.'' gists every whore. Advertisement. ?1.7C Men's Suits (3 piece) .J. lepers who wore, cured, Hawaiian Fight Over Hill Qulckciio.l. heal at onco. For use on man or .. Z Jl.Gd Overcoats, medium But this oil was used as a remedy Medical boer can bo sold In only a TOO MANY TOOTERS beast, Borozono is tho ideal antisep$1.7Cv Overcoats, heavy and long long before Dr. Power's time. Proba few states, Mr, Wheeler declared In tic and healing agent. Buy it now bly very fow havo any Idea ot the! a formal statement and would then LADIES'' LIST Motorist (pulling up) What's the and be ready for an emergency. ho used 'largely by boutlnKga,'. ' mutter; didn't you hear me blow my source of chaulmoogra oil, and evejL Price 30c, 60c, nnd ?1.20. Sold by $l;SG plain ' Dresses, thoy will be-- surprised to find wlint a 'Tvuy browor who hv; violated horn? Ohio County Drug Co. m ; Dresses, 'with drape .'..., ?17E. job it is to get it. tho law within a year Is disqualified," Pedestrian Yes, but there's so- $2.25; Dresses, fancy The voyages of Slndbad the sailor, ho said, "nnd wo will fight overy ap- much, hay fever about, I didn't think $1.5(V Coat Suits, plain Larue county farmers are giving ator the. soarch of Ponce do Leon for plication on this ground as thoy have Jit was nn automobile." Boston Suits, with drape . Coat ?1.7fi tho fountain of youth, wore tame af- tention to improved breeding stock, practically all violated the law." Transcript. .' ?1.00 mn Skirts, pleated compared with a trip recontly according to County Agent J. W. fairs Iasuancunt the regulations, hn add. Coats, lone ' ' . .1KGl Grouchy husband, at dinner after made to get some ot the seeds ot tlt'o Jones. Wnlter Lano and V.. C. Brooks od, wns "bai pt'.irs," botfc from the - $3,00 Velvet Suits Steamed .'..". Li'tcmperatn't people having eaton with manifest enjoy- ireo"tnraktogcnos lcurzll," from aro planning to purchase a siro whoso standpoint o! .7S Waist, fancy cow What which chaulmoogra oil Is produced. mother is a reglster-ofimer- lt and tho b- w.e. SonalT fityrllng ment two dishes of dessert Very fow whlto men havo pver5een while threo other farmers will buy In chnrgo kind of pudding Is this, my dear? Republican, So'Uth Dakota, SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO. Son measure wlfo It's broad this tree, nnd it was only last Juno registered cows, 0yen Daughorty has of tho anti-bee- r lUIODlCS & LONG, Props. " photograph of it was purchased a registered Jersey sire" tnlcon pudding,, darling. that the first ato, declared tho bill would bo -- Leitchfield, Kentucky. up Immediately after disposal of tho Grouchy husband Bread pudding! fhlbItod. This was, shown to tho to head his dairy herd. Society in Washington by pending tax bill nnd that the'-- "wn3 Thundor and lightening, ypu know I no question of Its ultimato pasihiigo." j ,ion't like bread pudding, and still Pi of. J. F. Hock, wl.o had been to get coma of tho seeds, senator wuus, nupuuncan wuu. you Insist on running it in on mo ov- FOR FLETCHER'S o:.d who spe,.t U ii'.ntlir In d..ng to. mil, ue- - ery little while. author of tho anti-DeJolnt pectcd as a result of the Interest otte with 40 tlocks, DavtocJiwiMi EV, if r tlmk'ii dlri'li Tho sto.v c Treasury's action as "an scribed tho which Is being shown in tho event, Konton with 30, WashingiorcirfUbrw IirU TC .v.rt ( f CIuuiibei'liiIn'M Cough Remedy. 's rnd his nitre outrago, uttorly Indefensible," nnd according to college poultrymen. Fleming with IS, GarrnuLvdtlt-USwt- i This remedy Is Intended especially r odern" adv"i ?. Il may be inn-l.ono- COMPETITION l'KOMISEI) doclared tho Senate- - dry forcos had More than 200 farmers In eight coun-- f and Ohio with" 31. profor coughs, colds, croup and tha4 :o fir-.- . tried in 1019 IN EGG LAYING I'KOJKCT ties havo already signified their invotes to pass To project Is designed to sttferadtto, tho From a 6inall beginning failed. In tho first place, no white bably within t.wo weeks. tentions ot entering their flocks In Intorest in tho bettor haozlbKr Lexington, Ky., Oct. Broussard, Democrat, its snlo and uso has extended to all ninn know whti.'Q a sing-l- tree wu, 22 Ko.m tho project .arid Indications aro that feeding ot poultry during: tha. xijur-montli- s Uenntor In the-- fight parts ot the United States nnd to and evon tho natives who sold the competition betwoen many poultry 1,000 will be In tho oveut before Its Louisiana, prominent In order to iucreaso cjarjpno-ductlo- n. suggested many foreign countries..' Tills nlone SQds could not lolUwhoro they camo Hocks for tho winter egf laying ugalnst the Farmers vrhu cnrolt mtlli. schedule starts on Nov. 1. Is enough to convlnco ono thnt It la from, Those seeds hnd a way ot of tho State, wh! h will b; "dmer-u.Jne- d that tho regulations might havo Counties which will be represent recoiVQ timely suggestions Riit2?fer month by mouth by means if ed in tho project and tho probablo from the collego poultry dbpartxsaat: to assist In expediting tho pas- a medicine of mora than ordinary coming into the market In tho Far sage of the measuro by causing pub- -' morit.' Qlve It n trial and you will East from time; to time, very irregu- nn gcr fvioc pro:t to number of tarmors from each ono' on- - tho caro, feeding and lannuBssircuBta m larly, and of being sold in the ba- - by tho of Agriculturo is ex- - wno Will enter their flocks aro: Fay- - of their birds. lfc domand for dry legislation, but de- - find this to bo tho case. 1II8TOUV OP LICPItOSY nueR-tlon'as BEER AND WINE TO BE HAD BY PRESCRIPTION dared thcro was no Intention of letting up in tho fight against tho hill. m CASTOii Know Genuine mnkzmoii Mothers '" iwD TM. Casiom. or 20-fo- n 5 F'fVIaiT Always Bears the Signature m $ Juir er MM er Anti-Saloo- km fri nijh VA Use I Forfcr - vit iNii'yAiia Thirty Yesrsi mMmsmmun -- I er's-sens- e 1 J3?5?Jfl A CASH 0FFEH1 ut j 1 - $1 - 75 recent m I Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! ss 24-ho- wen-Know- .. - ...'..... ,....' - In-th- o Long-sufferin- g' -- e Children Cry W-- OASXO R A d ro, whoop-iiigcoug- h. o antl-bcer-bl- je-co- 'd boon-issue- d W--; 'The Hartford Republican . : under the Stanley administration, that phts tho burden of taxation on Published Wckly by frARTFORD PRINTING COMTANY Incorporated W. S. TIN8LEVV, Editor nnd Business Jionngcr. land which is largely owned by tho farmers, and lets the banker's money bo taxed at a paltry ten cents on tho hundred dollars. The lloruld is to bo commended for Its courage In denouncing this Democratic outrage. Hepubllcans, remember that Mr, Wilson, Mr. Cox and Mr. McAdoo arc still strong for tho League of Nations, and for McAdoodllng , tho A vote for a Democratic railroads. candidate for county offlco is lending encourngement'to tho Domocra'tic organization which stands for nil you fought to save the country from last year. Can you afford to have It said that you hnvo helped revive tho Kntcrcd according to, law. at the Jostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as Liail matter of tho second class. Address all communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent ') & new address must glvo the old corpsoT lldress In making tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c 8c per lino fof each lino, and of this judicial Tho bootleggers Insertion. Obituaries, Hcsolutlons and Cards district arc said to be very generally-fef Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for or Glover Cnry in his race" against ach bead line and nlgnautro, money Claude Smith for commonwealths atfi advance proseChurch Notices for services free, torney. Mr. Smith vigorously lc per cuted the, violators of tho liquor feat other advertisements, word. laws, nnd tho good citizens of the will Anonymous communications district should, nnd wo believe will,' receive no attention. see that he docs not suffer at the -, election because of his faithful- - disTELEPHONE charge of his duty In protecting tho 59 Farmers Mutual public from these law violators. al J- pctunl Injunction Mr. Smith sacrificed, Indeed, n rfourco of personal Income, but preserved tho .morality of tho city. He also roforrcd to a flagrant nnd long continued nuisance to a smalltown In tho district in the matter of a bootleg Joint, Which the present commonwealth's ntorncy had closed up early In his term of offlco and thnt It had remained closed since. This gentleman freely expressed his opinion that Mr. Smith was. doing his duty as an officer, regardless of croatlng political antagonisms or tho vice. sacriflco of revenue yielding This story was not told us In confidence nnd, it the Herald nsks It, we shall not hesitate to disclose tho of our informant. SLACK'S REVERSAL ItKCOIU) While tho Hartford Herald Is partisan to tho core, we aro not willing to believe It would consciously misrepresent n question of1, determinable fact relative to n Republican, hence we call Its attention to Its plain duty to correct its recent statement of Judge Slack's reversal re cord. Its statement was that Slack per had been reversed In forty-fiv- e cent of appealed cases passed on. Judge Slack's own statement, nnd we assume the Herald would no soon er assume that he would made a fnlsc statement than wo would nssuriio It would. Is, that 111 cases appealed from his court during his term and passed on by tho Appellate Court show that 73 cases were affirmed and 3S cases were reversed, making a per ccntago of reversal of 34 per cent. Here Is a question of record tho Herald wo concede which has mis through misinformation represented, and In common fairness, alike to tho Judge and to Its readers. It should correct.' We thank the Herald for raising this qustion of reversals. But for its raising the qiu--- i Hon we should not have found ixcuse for lomnrrin.T tho Cri per cent re er snl roo.irl if Judge- Blrkhead witn the 34 per cent record of Judge Slack Softly let us counsel, neighbor, there is nothing In Judge Slack's record as sailable mid you only slant' a c.iancc o blunder when attempting It. C" The Buick The Car That Stands Up T Buick Model 1922 Six 45 . SSSS X'RIDAY, OCTOBER 28 REPUBLICAN TICKET ? ujiit CSL $, When tho smoke of a political bat-tl- o obscures for the time the- better sides of our natures, It Is good to have a little spark of feeling Illuminating the battle haze, and we very sincerely express our appreciaTFor Circuit Judge R. W. SLACK tion and gratitude for the little compliment our contemporary pays us For Commonwealth's Attorney this week relative to somn softness CAUDE E. SMITH O-of sentiment we Indulged at the goCircuit Court Clerk For colorcl ing hence of an humble IlEPl'BLICANS ; ATTENTION ! FRANK BLACK friend of qurs. The iiwid'mt is' the .For IScpresciilativc more pleasing as it Illustrates that We would respectfully call the at IRA JONES after all the stress and jtroin of po- tention of the Republicans of Ohio For County Judge litical contests, deep down in our county to tlie following example of " R. R. WEDDING . hearts we arc all akin. the character of partisan campaign ' For County Court Clerk methods being followed in Daviess A nonpartisan Judge is not neces- county, where that party is in desperE. G. UARRASS sarily a man who has no political ate dread of the election of RepubliFor County Attorney convictions, but one who keeps his can county officials. OTTO C. MARTIN polltlcial court free from possible ripinnpratlc con- nninii mtlior .For Sheriff bias. The appointment of trustees gressman from tho Eighth district G. A. RALPH ' of the Jury fund has no possible in- throws the following firebrand into ' For Tnv Commissioner fluence in the administration of Jus' ROY KEOWN ' tice; the appointment of Jury com- the political camp: Republican ofA vote for any For Jniicr missioners does, for upon Juries de- ficer from constabloup is a helj HUDSON NATHANIEL pond largely the results In the ter Jo prolong this Republican mismination of suits and prosecutions. For Coroner rule, and Is thus an indorsement During Judge Slack's six years in of W. A. HIMES of it. It is a vote of approval fice he has appointed 72 Jury com Tor County Surveyor" for the botraval of every cam missioners, 36, or exactly one half C. S. MOXLEY paign pledge made by the Nation- - -of which have been Democrats. Dural Republican platform from the For J. P. O. C, District No. 1 ing Judge irkhead twelve years in J'. P. McCOY betrayal of Armenia to the re office he appointed 144 jury comduction of taxes. It is a vote of District No. 3 missioners, of which 141, or practi approval of Gov. Morrow's adFELIX SHAVER cally all of which were Democrats. ministration from its abandonDistrict No. 3 ment of dignity to IU pardoning Q. B. BROWN Moonshiners and bootleggers evIt is an of notorious criminals. erywhere are dally growing In boldDistrict No. 4 endorsement of that party.whlch J. R. MURPHY ness and audacity and, when observhas succeeded In making our meing that Ohio county was no exception 5 District No. tropolis tho haven of organized to this rule, we made an effort to J. W. GRAY conspicuous In tho criminals, attract public attention, through a news items only by its infamy. District No. 0 ' front page editorial to the necessity RALPH GILBERT. MACK MARTIN abating toward of present action Fellow Republican, take this ex7 District No. this disturbing and dangerous evil, cerpt with you to the election and J. W. TAYLOR tho Hartford Herald, Instead of sup- Just before entering the voting - District No. 1 ' porting such a necessary movement, booth give It a final reading, and L. J. PICKEREL attempted to make chap political then if you think you can afford to For Constable, District No. 7 capital out. of the matter by Insinuat- vote for any Democrats on the counR. II. BASHAM ing that the public officials were not ty ticket, go ahead. doing their duty. Now that a killFrom this same letter Gilbert adThe people of tho district know ing of an innocent man has resulted dresses to tho Democrats of Daviess upon which we called county appears these comments, what kind of law enforcement to ex- from the evil the public to lend its effort toward which aro a flagrant Insult to every pect if Judge Slack and Commonwill Republican In Kentucky. wealth's Smith are reelected; so why suppressing, we hope the Heraldas a "Our Republican governor cannot awaken to Its responsibility swap a certainty for a chance? nowspapor, to stand four square for leave home to stay over-nigwith party afterward. out getting his pajamas burned, off." SInco women have been enfranchis- country first and "Travelers fear to visit Loulsviue, ed and a showdown between tho sexes Two years ago, when a circuit lest the police steal their automo likely to come at any election, it is present in- biles." good news to bo told that there are court campaign was not of terest, an Owensboro Democratic Again, Republicans, when you go 03,000,000 men and only 51,000,000 loader of high rank In local politics to the polls keep In mind these base women in these United States. told tho writer that Claude Smith had Insults offered by responsible Demoatcratic leaders to your party, nnd do not affirm tho truth of fal- mndo tho best commonwealth's We torney this district had had in many think then If you can afford to lend sity of the run. or, but we do know it years. And ho told us In what way aid and comfort to the very people is ir:on rumor that tho the best ,!c planning to throw dowa Ilewt he had mado Mr. Smith officer. He who openly and flagrantly Insult you. was elected Baize, 'lorn Tanner and a few other said that when commonwealth's attorney Owensboro in an effort to eler a f".w AostibSMEXT NOTICE other tfavored candidates. It isn't was overrun with gambling houses. our cat fight, but we drop Newt and That his thorough prosecutions had Only a few jumu days now in which Tom a hint, and they can investigate closed the open joints entirely, and to comply with tho law requlrlns you that gambling was more nea'rly supfor themselves. your assessment list with the pressed In Owensboro that at any to fllo Please atcounty tnx commissioner. said tho voi-e- rs time In his memory. That the "red tend to this matter nt once. Tho Courier-Journso long the bITght should decline to remove u Judge light" district, Yours respectfully, who had done his duty. Wo quoted tho and curse of the city, and a sourco of D, E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. petty fines, to proparagraph, nnd then laid awake- - half rovenuo through a night trying to devise some plan to secuting attorneys, had been broken BIRTHDAY DINNER get that paragraph beforo the readers up through Mr. Smith's Invoking a HUIU'IUSB perpetual injunction against both the ol tho Hartford Herald. Finally we A delightful surprise was given evolved It. Wo know how hard it Is Inmates and the landlords of such housees, which finally closed these Mr. Luther Johnson of Roslne, last .for a young man to take a dare, to Friday, in honor of his GCth birthwo dared the Herald to publish it, fester spots. Habitues had for tlmo paid annual tribute In the day whn relatives and friends gathj out of mind .and it did. way of fines to commonwealth's at- ered at his homo with baskets filled a great birthWo heartily agroe with tho Hart- torneys, but by proceeding against with good things for thorn, as well as against tho owners day dlnnor. Thirty guests wore presford Herald in its condemnation of iniquitous stato tax law passed of tho housos they occupied, by per- - ent, to enjoy tho feast with him. ; ht .lOT-infPfal ; Ix) Republicans who want to land Kentucky safely'ln tho Republican column should lend a helping hand to give tho county ticket nt least 1200 majority. Tho county Is tho prime unit of political organization, and if state and national elections are to be won, tho county organization must A Rebe kept strong nnd vigorous. publican vote for a Democratic candidate for a county office Is lending tho enemy a club to beat you with at the next election. We have just engaged the agency for the sale of the Buick in Ohio county, and want to tell you about our car. The makers of the Buick car gave their first attention to building a machine that will stand up for dependable service. Form and finish are matters of taste, but everybody wants a car that makes certain the end of the journey. In the Buick you will find that car. Come in and see our Sixes and Fours and let us show you what they will do. Do not buy till you have seen this splendid car. Six cylinder, three passenger Roadster Six cylinder, five passenger Touring ., Four cylinder, Two passenger Roadster Four cylinder, five passenger Touring All prices f. o. b. $1495 1525 935 975 Flint, Michigan. ACTON BROTHERS, BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire ) -:- - Hartford, Ky. , ii A lady who honors me with reading this column with some degree of interest, rfcently commented, "You certainly selected an appropriate title for your paragraphs. I never know what to look for next. From sage advice to sound philosophy (she Is extravagant with adjectives), and from almost cruel jibes at intimates to little human Interest stories, you always keep me wondorlng what Is coming next. How can you think on I told such a variety of subjects? her I did not think, that I just waited till the spirit moved mo and then took my pen In hand and turned the spirit loose. And that is about the way of it. Chevrolet Prices! F. B. Touring F. B. Roadster 490 Touring 490 Roadster , . '. .x. 490 Light Delivery Track $975.00' .' 4 ;. . .. .; 975.00 525.00 525.00, All prices f. o. b. Factory. 525.00 Taylor & Morris Motor Co. Hartford, Ky. m Three times in tho lives of the humblest of us wo attract a little attention; when wo aro corn, when wo get married If we do not live-mal- or bachelors and when we die. When wo are born a small, very small, number nttend and rejoice the event; when we get married a larger number allow us to occupy tho spotlight for a brief Interval. Perhaps more attend upon our marriage than our birth because they then get rid of us two at a time. Finally comes death and the multitude appears. Every one is willing to g:ant a favor when assured it will never again be asked, nnd then It Is an attention that none need to withhold because nobody envies tho dead. New Store We have opened for business in the building formerly occupied by W. E. Ellis & Bro., on Clay Street, and will handle a complete line of iho A little while ago I sat by a car window In quiet but pleasing admira tion of tho magnlflclent picture auWe will pay the highest market price for all kinds tumn had painted with the hmes of of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" is our the hills for a canvas, and reflected how Indifferent our friends who live motto. Give us a trial. In these hills are toward this greater than an Angelo's painting. But I I spent could understand because much of my life In the hills Then I remembered that It Is the novelty in Phone 89-- 2 HARTFORD, KY. life thnt gives it interest. If tho to which wo slars In the firmament, rarely glvo more than ax passing glance, were to blaze forth only once In a hundred years mankind in their out and make It readablo, but here MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION COJIJIUNDS SMITH'S SERVICE wild admiration would drag the in- is the copy just as tho dear little fants from their cradles and the in- Innocents gave it to me: valids from their couches to view the Owensboro, Ky., Feb. 3, 1919. HEATH OP Jin. HAYS BROWN splendid and inspiring spectacle. Mr. Claude Smith, Commonwealth's Who died October 14, f5?.l, at n Attornoy, Owensboro, Ky., The heart of the editor grows cal- quarter to 3:00 o'clock p m., aged Doar Sir At a meeting of tho Owensboro Jilnlstorlal Associatloa loused by the constant receipt of obi- 85 years. held today It wns unanimously voted tuaries with tho five cents per lino Dear Grandpa, how wo miss you, not enclosed, but this column Is that a letter bo sent to you; repressyour face to sco ing our commendation an dapproval bound by no such rule, and ono fol No more lows hero. IJut first tho story of No more tho smilo of welcome of your course of action looking tohow comes It so. Two Httlo girls, That so often greeted me. ward tho freeing of our city from Imwhose mother had died when they moral resorts. were very small and who had lived How sad to us this parting, This association stands squarely ' for sometime with thlr grandfather, As we havo said beforo. behind you In this and nil similar Istimidly approached my desk and tho We've played and been so happy sues, and believes you also have tho elder of tho two, knowing little and Around dear Qrandpa's door. support and approval of all caiing loss about tho rules of newsand citizens. papers, asked mo It I would publish a You died and left us weeping, Respectfully " piece about their grandfather. With- In a world of sin and pain N. OWE,NSBORO MINISTERIAL out a momont's hesitation I answer- nut In a hotter world We'll ed yes; knowing if tho copy oven was Meet you, dear Grandpa, again. By 'HORACE KINGSBURY, Pre. a little angular I could smooth it HIS GRANDCHILDREN. W. C. BOONE, Secretary. Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. . J. B; YORK & SON, law-abidi- God-foari- ASSO-CIATIQ- ssam 0 Mepr. Leo King and J. Edward uiorK, ni nenuerson, spent, me. woek-en- d here. TTtK COUNTY SCHOOL FAIR Tho enlightened nnd advnncod in- Tf. Attention; Men! In modish shapes of dignified appearance terest in school matters was finely Mrs. It. T, Collins. nnd daughter, illustrated by tho groat School Fair Miss Knnedy, are spending a few days here Saturday. Threo thousand puI Rothschild Star Hats The choice of discriminating gentlemen since 1859. rllals ::H'nta ' v $.'.50-$- Hats.;.';; Hats, 5.7-8- . ' Hhndes. $2.50 $3.00 00 4 All VJ) . V J ami & vV w M? R. safc. t ;. c; Tt'.J BM fg41"'y imuu '' ' - w V rv N ' i . , && s Ei m. v, & JSH ; ; Mn tUhAHHKHI iS.ittisTtPK WQ "w X.vwr! Hi w ... ' ., .vzX'i&h The Hartford FKIDAY, Republican OCTOHEH 28 . Kye and Grass Seed for sale by W. E. ELLIS & BHO. and Mrs E H F0Ster and son spont Sunday at Llvermore. I jIr PER?ScfAVlrSrwCMrc booms von jtExr MBS. S. AND SOCIAL EVENTS J. WEDDING. WOre In 0w. and son. Goebel, Owensboro Wednesday. ' Miss-week-en- d Margaret King spent tUe with Miss Emily Bell, at Buford. Mr. Cnleb Bean of Sulphur Springs was in town Tuesday. Prof. Wurren Poytpn of the Beaver Dam high school, vas ia town of Chandler, Mrs. Deo Powers Oklahoma, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. A. Carter, at Concord. Attend tho big school Fordsvlllc fair at Thursday. today and tomorrow. Capt. John G. Kcown of Evansvillo, with relatives In spont tho week-en- d pils, patrons nnd teachers came out to bo present or tako Dart In tho tx- KOnly a common ii.torest Ih Miss Leila Glenn of Cjntra City, Lorclses. spent the week end with her parents, a lint tor of nubile benefit could havo i Judge J. H. Glenn and Mrs. Glenn. brought to i.niny peoplo tqKolher f.r the occasion, Mrs. Amanda Nance, who had been The parade" An which perhaps two visiting friends In Hartford, Mb re- thousand people joined, was both turned to her home In Owcnsboro. splendid nnd spectacular, nnd :he thJ Inescapable- - effect, of which Mr. David Hlshop, who Is attending wni to Impress partlclpjnts on'' spec- school at Russelllllo, spent the week- tator- vtth the flno purprio for which end here with his- - parents, Mr. nnd It all stood. Tho van guarnd of the Mrs. Oscar 'Bishop. pnrndo wns Tony Johnson's ear, built up llk a fchlp, splendidly decorated and Mrs. C. M. Barnett and mother, wltn iho Star nnd btrlpcs, Mrs. Millie Bennett, left Sunday for treU'itei. with high scnool teariiurs. Indlannpolls, 'ind., where Mrs. Ben- Next came the Hartford high school nett will spend the winter with her girls on horseback. Miss Myrtle Car-tdaughter, Mrs. Gahe Foster.. Mrs. led the school cavalry on a snow a Barnett will return this week. whit j hore, foll'iwed by nea'-igirl.'' gaily decorated Then scori Eyes tested nnd frames fitted by followed the automobiles, after which the latest method. Wo have a life came tho buggies nnd lastly tho certificate from the Stato Board of country schools In farm wagonB, tho Health which authorizes us. to tost whole dec6ratnd with splendid colyour eyes. Get your glasses now for ors and taste. Perhaps tho most at your winter reading. tractive feature of tho parade was the J. B. TAPPAN, Optometrist, three Consolidated school wagons In Hartford, Ky. tho Cromwell section of tho parade. This was something now under the! The Md'nnry school added $3".5"j sun. Tho consolidated school is tho to its funds Monday night, October hope of the future of Ohio county 17th y giving a concert. Itov. (.'ar- schools, and these advance agents of gon Taylor, who was conducting a this rrtoro perfect school system atmeeting there, nnd Miss llllan Tiche. tracted much attention. "Big" Ike nor furnished the entortalnment. The rode In tho Cromwell parade. Prof. MrHenry Masonic Lodge also donat- Mason 13 the principal of Ohio comity's ed $10 to the school. first consolidated schol, and he looked like ho was Justly proud of the LOST, Strayed or stolen' from, my part his school was playing In tho paresidence on tho Llvermor& road, rade. near Nocreek church, one Collie pup, The morning exercises were held 0 months old. Tnn and whlto In col-j- r. at tho college auditorium, whore with ring of white around neck. Prof. McHenry Rhoads, a former Vt;.ring tag No. 3 J 8, and answers to teacher in Hartford schools and one Jhe BStn:e of Rumple. Reward for of the mo3t distinguished educators to ROGER TWEDDELL, Route In the sttrte, made the principal ad 1, Hartford,' Ky.' (By P. T. Twcddcll.) dress. The afternoon meeting was m Lit the fair grounds and the largest SAT! R1)AV SI'KCIALS, OCT. 2DTH. crowd seen on the arounds in years FOR CASH ONLY." was there to witness and encourage $0.50 One can Pure Lard' the exercises. 23c Luna Soap.'C bars fr We lack spaco for a more detailed 12 cakes . ,7.c Quick Naphtha Soap account of this wonderful demonstra25c- Toilet Soap, C for tion of popular" interest in our public Economy Brooms, each ..!55c and high schools., but a"0 glad tq say 15c Ioz. Jumbo pickles, large event pressages a better day 10c that the county schools. Corn for Ohlc 10 per cent reduction on everyA feature of the parade was the thing outside of the grocery line. ,. splendid and' tasteful decorations, auWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. tomobiles, buggies, horses and tho their farm., wagons. The children, IIUULEY MEN ORGANIZED patents and the teachers demonstratDARK DISTRICT NEXT decorations a ed by tyese good taste 'that was worthy a fine adA movement started by Col. R. W. to having paid Bingham several months ago to or- miration. We confess a little more attention to the farm ganize the hurley growers of the looking down the vistas Blue 'Grass district into a great wagons and, of time we saw in fancy the boy and sales organization hae been well adwagpn holding vanced, and now a similar movement the girl in the farm equal rank, or maybe a finer one, is to be launched In the dark district. riding In limousines. Mr. Saplro, who organized a sales than those It was, indeed, a gala day for the method for handling the surplus Many of them grnde crop, after prohibition, practi- country children. had never visited Hartford beCalically ruined that Industry in finally in the full fornia, came to Kentucky and man- fore, and when achievements, when fruition of their aged the organization of tho Burley streets of large and tobacco growers, will como to West- they walk the populous cities they will reflect with moveern Kentucky to assist in the they thought ment here. The prime object of the 'sx smjle how wonderful Hartford was on the occasion oi ineir movement is to take the tobacco oft way back in the auction block, and establish a visit to tho school fair 1921. given grade. uniform price for a . in Louisville. ct, or '', Copyriglit 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx Going ome n fcv re-lu- rn - You'll say so, when you seethe n new models in suits we have ready t tfvi for you for fall; they're the liveliest styles that have been seen here Hart Schaffner & Marx made if them; that's ail you need to know as m to quality and tailoring. You'll see for yourself that they are styled. S right. fiL E L well-chos- en And we know the prices are very low at - K.. r $ cr-ha- ps 45 Ml Wh m f h COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. m , mi'. r. -- -" Hartford. 1 Mrs. Sam Barnett Is In Contral City whero she is a guest of her son, Orion Wallace. Mr. Warren Shlolds of Cromwell, rcnowed his subscription to the Hartford Herald last week. Ilev. T. T. Frazier will preach at tho local Methodist church .Sunday, 'morning, at 11 o'clock. Wo will have a car of Fertilizer Rev. John Bennett of Utlca, visited his brother, Mr. J. C. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett Saturday. Now THE RAILROAD STRIKE WILL NOT OCCUR NOW ef- l'lHJLIC SALE pots. 18tl arrlvls: 4, 0 and 8 inch flower Prices right. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gary of Horse Branch were guests of Supt. E. S. Howard and family Monday. Messrs. G. J. Jarvis and J. A. Loach, of the auditor's office, Frankfort, were In Hartford Thursday. Mr. S, L. King .who has been confined to his room for several weeks with rheumatism, is much Improved. within the next few days. W. E. ELLIS &, BItO. Mrs. John W. Clnpp of Milan, Mo., is spending a week in Hartford, tho T. Frazier. u guest of nev. and Mrs. T. Mr. G. A. Wright Anhle Wright, of tho Beach Valley .community, woro in town day. Attorneys W. H. Barnes and Otto C. Martin and Miss Mildred Stevenand sister, Miss son spent yesterday In Beaver Dam, taking depositions. "& Mrs. S. O. Keown will take a part of hor class in tho Hartford school, LOST White bird dog, has brown to Fordsvlllo to attend tho school ears, Liberal roward for return to fair, today. SCHriOADn, McHenry, Ky. . CLEM Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. ' ,17,t3p Smith left Sunday for Hawesvlllo, Tho pastor assisted by Rev. W. C. whero be will bo engaged in Circuit Boono of Oweiisboro, vill bcglu a re- court several days this week. vival meeting at Centertown Baptist Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock and church October 31. little daughter, MJsses Bessie and Wo are In tho market for eggs and Nettle Gillespie and Master Carlisle poultry every day in tho year. Hig- Gillespie spent Snturday In Owensboro. hest cash prices paid. W. E. ELLIS & BRO, 1IIGII GRADE I'LEATINO Accordion, box, knife or side pleating. R. B. Martin, city, is spenMrs, ding several days in tho Cromwell Skirts, any style, $1.25 postpaid. Incountry, visiting her daughter, Mrs. formation on. pleating free SatisfacChester Wilson and Mr. Wilson, and tion guaranteed. MRS. MELOAN'S ' hor parents', Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. I'LEATINO HOUSE, Murray, Ken17t3 tucky. Floner. On Saturday November 5, 1921, at about 2 o'clock p. m., I will offer for The threatened railroad strike, defective Sunday, will not occur, and sale at Baltlmpre the following to scribed' household goods nil In first most of the lines will continue operate as usual. Conferences are class condition: Wash stand, dresbeing held between the heads of the ser, sideboard, threo beds, dishes, railroad brotherhood and the Unit- table, .library and Silvertone electro two stoves. ed States Railroad board, and strike with olghty records, 18tlpd action will be deferred pending de- Terms cash. C. W. MOORMAN, velopments. Hartford, oute 2. Another reason for a failure of the o to develop on a large scale was strike BARGAINS IN BOOKS I of of a number the declination organizabranches of the railroad Wo have several hundred books of tions, to join in the movement. Many recognlzo fiction In our library. Wo are going workers of the railroad that with farm products at rock bot- to close these out at 25c each. Come tom prices the time for a strlko was early and get your choice. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. inopportune and might result in disaster to the strikers. MISSES MARKS ENTERTAIN m OWENSBORO ATTORNEY The Social Club was delightfully SHOOTS SELF; MAY DIE entertained on Wednesday nftarnoon Owensboro, Ky Oct. 22. Horace from 2. to B by Misses Lettio nnd Jolly, son of George W. Jolly, promi- Margaret Marks at their beautiful nent attorney, lies at the City Hos- homo on Clay Street. Tho decorations were vory appro-Mintbulpital tonight with a with ;ho helng in keeping wound in his head. His physilet HaLoween teaeon. cian announced that he is fatally inAfter several interesting games of jured. Mr. Jolly; who 1b associated Rook were played a delicious witli his father in the practice of Tho luncheon was served. law, was found on tho floor of his members present were; MeBdams Lyapartment late this afternoon. It Is thought he shot himself early this man 0. Barrett, J. S. Glenn, A. D. morning. Ho had been In ill health Kirk, A. C. Porter, N. Belle Cooper, L. for several years. Ho Is 48 years W. S. Tinsley, C. O. Hunter, M. McCracken, Darrel Sutlenger, Rowan old, and unmarried. Holbrook, E. G. Barrass, Ernest E. and WOODMAN RALLY BIrkhead. W. C. Blnnkenshlp y Mrs. Harry The Woodmen of the World will Miss Sophia Woerner. hold a big rally at the Hall hero No- Qpnnett of Houston. Texas, and' Misvember 12. State Manager Flowers ses Florence Nelson and Mary Marks Head were also prosont as lnvltod guests. of Louisville, and probably Tho Club will bo cntortalned WedConusor for Kentucky, Judge Green, nesday afternoon, November tho 9th, Will be prteent to address tho by Mrs. J. S. Glenn. e, two-cotir- TICHENOR'-LEAC- H MOTOR COL Dealer in Successors to Brown & Jarnngin Automobiles and I Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. Main Street . HARTFORD. ICE. Big Close-O- ut Sale y. Will offer for sale within the next thirty days my entire stock at cost, and even below cost. Now; iT you want some bargains come at once, for this merchandise is going to sell. You will save some mom-eMy loss is your gain. Have just received a new? lot of rubber boots and shoes that will be sold at cosfc. Come and see. Will also sell or rent my store house. E. F. GABBERT, Sunnydale, Ky-..- t The Hartford Republican one year for, only r$T.5flt L'NKMPIOYMRNT NOW IS Aires by C. C. Klnnamonth, n Mithlcn-Uur- g NEW CffEROKEE CHIEF ' A WOULD CONDITION county farmer, who conducted a domonstrntlon-wltthis crop, accordStale: Onrc Out of Union. work has been ing to a report of County Agent F. O. Pick Leader From Famous Lino "Tho world's Ques. As a result of the Soutbrought to n standstill,' 'Is tho find- Townes. of Indian Statesmen. hern States seceding from the union, m ing of Professor Casol of Sweden, "which were out the longest? Ans. when Premier Lloyd Gcocg.i calls KOKMINU GOOD KKADIXG HAIUTH Georgia was out over nlno year- sHouse of Grltti Regains Heritage one of tho most brilliant economics, from Jan. 19. 1861 to July 15. 1870: If parents wish their children to Brought Down by Long Line of and whoso words ho used In a speed: Texas from Feb. 1, 1861 to March form good rending habits they must at Inverness with referenco to Illustrious Leaders. 80, 1870; Texas from Fob. 1, 1861 first form such habits thomselvcs. conditions In the ITnltb-to March 30. 1870: Mississippi Jan. ."y. Tnhlcqiinh, Okln. Tho house of of tho Presidents. Kingdom. Professor CaRd ncrks of And thoro Is no hotter way, to do this 0, 1861 to Feb. 23, 1870; Virginia Ques. How much monoy did our tho unemployment figures through- than to bring into tho household a Grltts regained the heritage brought 26, 1S70; April 17, 1861 to Jan. out the world as "alarming" and de- p&rlodlcnl that will bo of Interest to down by a long line of Illustrious South Carolina Dec. 20, 1860 to July presidents lenvo when theyj died? Cherokee stntesmen when the rem11, 1861 to Ans. Washington left an cstato val- clares It remarkable that "tho two evory momber of It; that will supply nants of the Cherokee Indian tribe met 9, 1868; Alabnma Jan. ued nt over $800,000 ;John Adams countries whose credit stands high- tho best reading for Sid j)nd young. July 13, 1868; Louisiana Jan. 27, here and. elected Levi Grltts chief of periodicals of this descrip1861 to July 9, 1868; Florida Jan. left about $75,000; Jefferson was so est are thoso suffering tho most se- Among tho the Cherokee nation. poor that it congress had not purchas- - verely, tho United States and Great tion Tho Youth's Companion Is In what wns formerly the sennte 11, 1861 to Juno 25, 1868; North m u.uuu no wouiu Drltaln." Mr. Lloyd Gorgo cited the unique. Not only does if aim to en- chamber of the Cherokee nation, whero Tires and accessories, feath"" ""mry pauper; Cnrollnn May 21, 1861 to July 4, Madison loft fluctuations of tho exchanges of the tertain and inform boys and girls In his father led tunny stirring debutes, May 6, 1861 to! have died a 1868; Arkansas erweight Motor Bikes, Mo Tennessee May 6,,nbout $150,000; Monroe died so poor various countries as chief obstacles to their. teens, as Its name suggests, but Levi Oritts wns pronounced tho" June 22, 1868 and tors for bicycles, Telephones-anthero Is not n page in it that parents tribe's new lender. trade., adding that 1861 to July 24, 1866. Kentucky that he had to bo burled at tho Hud Grltts, his grandfather, wns n with Indifference. "These conditions will stabilize can pass-ove- r toough represented in'penso of relatives; John Qulncy Missouri, Supplies, Line ConstrucTho 52 Issues of 1922 will bo cnptiiln In the Civil war and Inter wns tho Confederate congress, never so Adams' icrt ?66,uou; Jackson (ilea first of nil when nations loam that first worth about ?80,000; Van Duron loft concord nnd cooperation with their crowded with serial stories, short sto- niOMt chief of the Kee Too Wnln, the tion Material, Electrical Supceded ns states. powerful the Clierokep $400,000; it Is said that Van Duron neighbors constitute the only 'real ries, editorials, pootry, facts and fun. nation. Dnnlel tribe of ur uncle, wns plies, Shoe and General ReOnly'Moonless Month on Record Grltts, ' II 111 I. .n 1. II " firm basis for their own national Subscribo now and receive: n delegate of Senator Hubert L. Owen pair Shop. Ques,. Was theso over a month"" "ut u"v ma 1. Tho Youth's Companion office. Polk left an estate valued at prosperity. 52 before the Indian payment, upon whose They will also Improve hen there was no full moon? we fix 'it-BIf it's death Chief Levi Grltts succeeded ns when nations reallzo that they are issues In 1922. JVns. Yes, February 1866 held that $150,000; Taylor left $150,000; 2. All tho remaining issued of delegate to Washington. not increasing their national wealth January, tho previous er married a woman of wealth; telephones. The new chief K 47 years old, n who also came Into wealth by every time they turn out a now-b.it1921. two full moons and so had full blood Chui okii nnd n graduate 3- Tll Companion Homo Cnlon-presdid tho following March. Astrono- - marriage left $200,000; Pierce's e- of troasury notes from tho printing j MIIFFETTS REPAIR SHOP of the Ilneiiim Indian university of was valued at $50,000; Buchnn- and that is a very Important dar for- - 1922. All for $2.50. compute that this remarkable sters Muskogee and the Tnhlcqiinh Male 4- Or includo McCall's Magazine, Thero are very nblo iu,uuu; consideration. hnmpnnn will not occur OErtln for."" ' Beaver Dam, Ky. university nt Tnhlcqiinh. Johnson $50,000. At one time Grant men who think we have gono I'jo far the monthly authority on fashions. years. 2,500,000 Chief Grltts Is nojv In Washington was wealthy but ho lost his fortune in America nnd this country in tho'noth publications, only $3.00. In the Interests of his tribe. NumNegress Originated Saratoga Chip specumuon nu mo urani THE YOUTH'S COMPANION waro. process of deflation, but thero Is nb-- 1 . bered among several Important misdid potato "Saratoga Ques. How Hayes was always frugal solutely no doubt In the minds of Commonwealth Avo. & St, Paul St., sions which he will attempt to secure chips" originate? Ans. Mrs. Cath-- 1 i Gar-Jiaby quite a fortune. Is the passage nf the Jurisdictional Mil Doston, Mass. many that thoso other countries havo ' a negress, Is said to " crlno Wlckes, Now Subscriptions Received at this providing n fliiiil,tcountlug of the live "eld was moderately well off. gone must too far in the process of first Introduced them at Moon's clvlltkfd tribes of Oklahoma. nt Saratoga Lake, N. Y., son died worth $250,000. Cleveland's inflation, and tho first real condition Office. The Kee Too Wnhs .society wns a fortune, it is said, was larger than of stability in business is tho stabillz- many years ago. She was born in founded In lS.VS upon n constitution any of his predecessors. Mc- - ing of exchanges. You will not staSnr, ... v..j In 1814. and that of . nniu.nn au v written by Chief Levi's uncle lifter the Uj.r N. Succeed when evtmhlnrf t fiti poor. bilize until you stabilize) both your died comparatively went to Saratoga Springs at nn early Kinley dissolution of the Indian government. V In ncrvou projitratiotn nnd female I some wealth; he foreign nnd financial policy. The fcociety wns Incorporated under , ArilinMt. thfv uat, IV b...-nage. She was a popular cook and Roosevelt inherited ih.j nr tit. euiiiru For Infants and Children remedy, n thousands have testified. the inws of Hie L'nljed suites, with the "Our credit stands not meroly achieved notoriety ns being tho In- also had a considerable Income from his writings and he left a moderato higher than that of any of tho bel- In Use announced promoting the Over ventor of the potato delicacy. Years educational, purpose ofami social wel- FOR KIONGY.LIVSRAND religious fortune at his death. STOMACH TROUBLE ligerent countries in Europe, but in- Always bears ofsAdjin mill Eve at Death Arc : is the belt medicina ever sold fare of the tribe. The boclety Is comRcumuis for Change of Seasons. finitely higher. No one in this Ques. How old wero Adam and over a druggis-'- s counter. posed of between S.(KX) nnd 10,000 full- Ques. Wljy do we have summer so Signature of to sazjjwmuiit jtwMmmmvmwK.'mimvmm itiiif Eve when they died? Ans. Adam's when, the sun Is farthest away, and country will bo allowed Instarve.nablood Cheraki'vi. Is a crumb tho Two smaller societies, the "Night death at the age of 930 is chronicled, winter when it is nearest? Ans. long as there W can control our tional cupboard. Hawks" nnd the Cherokee provlsloiml "but that of Eve is not given. ScienGIVES general nature re- own finnnccs, our own trade rela- HOT SCHOOL-LUNCQuestions of such RURAL PUPILS REAL MEAL committee, nre contained In the tribe, tists say this extremo age Is not to be quire more explanation than can be tions, our own foreign policy, but we ; over which Chief Grltts bus nbsolute literally as tho ancients reck- given in one query. In thcso mattaken I power. can not control tho trado and forolgn Lexington, Ky., Oct. 22 With tho oned much shorter years than we do. ters it is siiggestied that Inquirers Chief Grltts speaks both the English policy of other nations. , approach of cold weather the lack of nnd Cherokee language fluently, and Institution of Marriage on the subject in encyclo"read up" "I am hopeful. I think things are afiifufnit Inn it'hfjli Ques. When wus marriage first pedia or school reference books. Such Improving. " """""'-""" nnl,t " llf writes as well In both languages. The What is wanted Is an,, God instituted things are difficult to explain In a atmosphere of pence throughout the new lender owns more than 1,000 acres Instituted? Ans. mnrriage when ho created Adam and few words. In our limited space wo world. Economy must also bp a fac brought from homo may he changed of Cherokee nation Innd, nnd resides Eve In the Garden or Eden (Gen. II. cannot undertake to 'give, a complete tor. There must be cooperation be to real pleasuro by means of the hot In Muskogee with his-- wife nnd two 24), and it was confirmed and advo- education in any one subject, but i ii'umi nil ftlfictvpa nf n rnnimiinlf V nth- - school lunch plan, according tb homo children. He has been cngnged In the ' economics specialists at tho College renl state business "for the last fifTho must restrict our answers to brief erwlse- things will proceed cated by Christ (Mark X, from a years. The desirability of teen word "marriage" denotes any ac'ton, facts. The earth has an elliptical cricis to disaster. The people must of Agriculture. to sunPloinent contract, fornmlity or ceremony by (not a circular) orbit about the sun. march side by side, but not In sections nt "oast ono- lot Pained and Surprised. " At the time ft wns more painful tlmn mo coin luncn urougnt irom Home is which the union is formed, or tho un- The former's axis always points to or tribes." Children now genornlly accepted and the popu- funny, but the years leave only a reo, ion itself as an enduring condition. tho Pole star and is Inclined to tho On of the business experts whoTnet A Safe Old Fashioned researches of many persons, no- plane of its orbit at an angle of 231 Mr. Lloyd George to confer on uneln. larity of tho plan demonstrated by ollectlnn of my Intense surprise when The I bit Into what I thought was a bright Wester-marcRemedy for Worms tably those of Starke and degrees. The earth, 1 thappens, is ployment and Us remedies is Mr. W. . the rapidly Increasing number of red npple. Sevent).fivereari continseem to confirm the jjarlies nearest tho sun in what we of tho T. Htnhana Plintvnmn nf Pnmmnll schools who are using this plan to Always I had loved apples, and uous Use is the belt testinourishing meal dny when I snw a dish of bright one conclusions of Darwin and Spencer northern hemisphere call winter but Lasaid Q Co., who is quoted as saying S'Y tho ?hlldron monial PREY'S VERMIFUGE red Specialists SOy. marriage, or pairing between this has little- - effect on our tempera- - n. . ,0H,, nf h T.nn.lnn Trm, nn,l at n00n. that objects In the pantry, I took n conple can offer you. Ph-iKeep a bottle always on The is expected to recelvo con' or the largest, nnd silently left the and one woman, though the) (ure Latter is regulated by mart- - .oi vm,oo i,o hond. It will help keep attention union be often transitory ana the rule ner In which sun's rays strike the "There can be no real and perma- - dBrable during from rural school house with what happy anticipation. the little ones healthy Safe In the back ynrd I proceeded the coming winter, frequently violated, existed from the earth. In winter rays reach us in nent improvement In trade until tho achers and happy. -JOe bottle at your dnireta' or very infancy of the human race. 'I he slanting position and lose much heat nniitinni rnn.Ti.inns nf Knrnno nrn ln order to hell Interested persons In to take n large bite of n red pepper. tenaa! stoic; oi if your dealer Such shrill screams Tif ngony nlf-jl- n ns act, formality or ceremony has can'tsupplryou.sendhisnaina traveling through atmosphere at more stable. The thing that maU' the organization of the plan the col- - reached my mother's ears. Sho rushed and 30c in stamps and ws'U jfered widely at different times and angle. In summer rays beat straight lege nas propareu circular wo. uo, a send jrou a Lotus prompt!. ters, i( seems to me as a business special publication to trte rescue to on the hot school with having llllcd find me, not content among different people. Tho earliest down and give more heat. Earth, be- man, is stability. I LAS. FRET. Billows, UL my month with the don't care how lunch. It may be obtained free by fiery pepper, nibbing frantically at my custom was the capture of the woman cause of Its tipped position, presents many marks go to the pound so long iy her intended husband, usually four different faces to sun at four as It is stablo and definite, and you I writing the Experiment Station, face nnd eyes. from another tribe than that to which different times of year (our seasons). know where you are. Not knowing that oil nnd not water m Symbolic cap- In -- ho himself belonged. should be used to remove tho burning part-o- f InDecember south pole latter "Inflation is tho root of this WILL ture later gave way to wife purchase. is inclined toward sun, while north stability. It is a monster created for Doctor Your trouble is dyspep- sensation, she dumped mo Into the TAKE OUR. hnthtub, nnd started to scour. It was accompanyAt first it was merely an pole and arctic circle region aro en- a certain purpose. It has proved too sia; you should laugh heartily before many n, week before I again approing ceremony. Various other cere- veloped in darkness. In this posi- powerful for thoso who called it In- and after your meals. priated what did not belong to me. monial forms wero later Introduced, tion of earth, sun neither rises to in- to existence, and in the end it is goPatient Impossible, doctor. I Exchange. notably a feast. Under the Chris- habitants of arctic zone, nor sets to ing to prove their destruction. It is cook them myself, and then I wash VVUJVj A Treilnenl tian era marriage became a ceremon- those of antarctic zone. Ouslde of a mistake to suppose that you can the dishes. Doston Transcript. ial act of tho very highest religious these 'zones, sun is observed to both first trade with a country and then by for WEAfc VIM AND VIGOR typo. About tho first matrimonial rise and set; tho relative lengths of "Why is it you nover get to tho ofthat means stabilize the political and LUNGS or ceremonies of note woro thoso of the day nnd night at any place can bo es- financial situation. fice "on tlmo In the morning?" deFollow, If You Take This Advice Greeks ascribed to Cecrops, king of timated by studying diurnal turning manded the boss angrily. CONSUMPTION "I can not see the use of trying to Chattanooga, Tcnn. "After four It was just of earth on its'axis. At equator days start trado with Poland and some of Athens, about 1554 D. "It's like this, boss," explained the years of suffering nnd misery untold, before tho Christian era that the idea and nights aro always same length, tho other countries whose exchange tardy one; "you kept telling me not from a trouble that seemed to balllo tho relict gained weight that marriage affected the inequality Increasing as either has gone completely until they restore tp watch the clock during office doctors. I became dcsrxmdciit. when A quick pains for that tired, sweats, feeling.coughs, bemorIn chest, nltht ,eomchow I came into possession of Dr. rhacti, weak lungs or consumption. II II doss the intellectual and spiritual nature. pole is approached. In position earth somo sort of financial order. You hours, and I got so I didn't watch It ricrco s book, "Tho Medical Adviser." btlp yon II coals you nothlnt. m Tho Saviour advocated the divine takes in June everything Is reversed can do a bit of bartering here and at homo either." After reading it I decided I could bo Dt Lock box benefited, by Dr. Picrco's Golden MedOHIO MEDICAL CO, character of marriage apart from tho in tho two hemispheres; the northern there, but that ds not what wo want. a. ical DL&covery and tho Anuria tablets, so .civil laws. Either a religious or civ--- 1 hemisphere now has longest days and Wo want somo definite medium of exTHE KU KLUX KLAN I began their uso and in three weeks I 3 ceremony can constitute a valid southern one longest nights. In the change, and If thoso countries where started to improve, 1 only weighed 125 marriage contract under the law, other two seasons, nt equinox (spring exchange has broken down can not lbs. when I commenced tho treatment past A picture out of the though not always recognized by and fall) tho plane of the terrestrial restore it they should hand over their sheeted horsemen ridingdark night, and today I weigh HO.lbs., and am prachy tically well. I can't give too much praise churches. Commoiulaw marriage 13 equator coincides with the sun; all financial arrangements to the League swift retributive n remedies." Justice administered to Dr. Pierce's also generally recognized, as binding. the diurnal circles are one-ha- lf i John A. James, 1812 Citlco Ave. In tho of Nations In order to restor thorn outside the law; a 'memory of mystery You can quickly put yourself in A- -l of Russian Royal Family. Murder illuminated hemisphere giving equal to something like solvency." superstitious terror; a dangerous condition by going to your druggist and nnd Ques. Is It true that Czar Nicho- days and nights In all parts of tho An Ironic contrast is presented in remedy for a disastrous condition. obtaining Dr. Pierco'a Family Ucmedica of Russia and his family are dead? world. To be more .explicit, for six the unemployment conditions in "de- Law abiding citizens, oven las tablets or liquid: or write Dr. Pierce, those who Ans. It is pretty well established months, from March 21 to Sept 22, feated Germany," according ot Derlln looked leniently or even approving- president Invalids Hotel in ISuffulo, . that they wero slain by bolshevists at our hemisphere is turned toward sun pros; correspondents, who inform us ly upon tho deeds of tho Klau, were N. Y., for frco mcdital advice. Get the I Medical Adviser from your neiuhborhood Ekalerlnbcrg In September 1918. A days are long, nights short, sun's thai tho unemployment wave which Ss glad to havo it pass away And now druggist or send 31.00 to Dr. Pierce. downstairs room In their prison-hous- e rays fall vertically and heat Is in sweeping the world has "loft Ger hero it Js again. Purged, if wo may at the Siberian village told the tensive. At same time, the southern" many in the best condition of any of bolleve Us leaders, of any lawless inFcclrtcht all tho time. Don't lay oS gruesome story. Dlame for the mas- hemisphere is from work for days by taking calomof turned away from tho tho great mdudrlal nations eseept tent and devoted to tho best Interests sacre Is laid on tho Kornesky admin- sun solar rays fall slantingly, fewer Franco." A boom ln industry, stimwhen pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x keeps yo8 of that over popular figure tho 100 on your feet, whilorcllovingyour troub istration, while they In turn charge nre intercepted-b- y earth's surfac. ulated' by the lo-- viluo of iho mark per cent American. Dut le. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't tho deposed Czar's Manchurhin jail- heat is less and days are shorter.1, in other coumr'es. absorbed the Idle why then the masking sheet that toko anything else. You can't afford ers with the outrage. Tho popular During tho other six months, condi- men und uomuu until, late In Sepic.u-bf- i, shields tho doer of supposedly noit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay supposition is that the bolshevists, tions are reversed. tern and relieves constipation.) A natnumbered only ble deeds from all porsonal responsitho ural remedy, natural in its actions, euro while anxious to get rid of the szar, m FOR PERSONAL HYr.IF.NP. 3S3.000. This number is said to bo bility, and why tho choice of the old in its effect and certain in results. It did not want his murder on their Dissolved in water for douches ston decreasing steadily, and shows "a tainted name? An unfortunate choice won't bo long before Liv- - VtrLax will pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam- - ' completely displaco calomel in ever "hands, so they hired assassins from Indigestion, IJIIlousiu'ss, Constipation. progressive decline in unemployment suroly for a group of patriotic citimotion,: Recommended by Lydla E. Manchuria to do tho deed. The home.. Children can take it freely an3 In Germany in tho past twelve zens. American Fruit Grower, Finkham Med. Co. for ten years, Chamberlain's Tablets have restorwith perfect safety. Every bottle guarfamily wero murdered In an A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, m months." In Franco American coranteed. 50c nnd $1 in bottles.. None ore throat and sore ayes Economical. strocious fashion aftor 16 months of ed to health and happiness hundreds respondents report that whllo that says Drother Wil"Prosperity," genuino without tho likeness and signal Has eitrad!oaiy.rleaiiruia and iraiudJal captivity. One-- of the assassins is who were afflcted with indigestion, country Is the 'greatest sufferer of liams, "makes us all feel like dancln' ISanalo iwr turo oi L. K. Grtesby, For ealo by 50c. all dnwuu. w rj.U tj If you Vmail. The PailmiTodrt Cqpp.nr. Woo, MtM. said to have confessed that the Ro- biliousness and constipation. 1 . JVUJilAJstt. . Etrttor K ull the Allies ln the war" she stands, a Jig, an' w'en wo gits done dancln' manoff family, including the czar, are troubled ln this way give them as far as unemployment is considered and a payln' of tho fiddler, wo ain't his wifo, their daughters and the lit-tl- o a trial. You" aro crtnln to bo pleased in tho best position of any of tho Al- got no prosperity!" Atlanta Conthoy will benefit you. m o for czarevitch the Invalid son lied and associated nations, Against stitution. a two faithful servants, wero sumthe milliouBXmt of work in Great nrl-tul- n SOMETHING DOING moned to the-- room without any prior Nn 174 and the United States, and 500,-00- 0 iSmff I always try to go to early W inovio shows, lpstead of tho Into notice and tho Mancliurluns fired a 1 in Italy and 100,000 in SwitzerVolloy from the other end of tho room. First Salesgirl "That man I Just land, writes ono correspondent, "care- oiios. III IsMsamBsaaWii l Bn HII d MIdklff Why What's the difbox of candy Tho executioners wero poor marks- sold a to ful research In on unemployment men for it required rcvolvors tu iiort said It was for his wife.'' For Sale at your Dealer Franco shows It Is not a problem ference? Made la f Jr, 8ral. range (o comploto tho task. What Bmlff .Tho actors aro bo tired by Second Ditto "Is ho tewly mar hero." . ASK FOR THE YE1XOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND became of tho bodies is uneortain. ried?' tho tlmo the lnstshow is reached EAGLE MIKADO tlitU they aro pj to sllght-the- lr act Thoy woro spirited away by tho bol-- i Mora than 40.000 pound) of First "Either thut or h's done EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK hay were hnrvosteii from 10 ing. .hovlt3 nnd arc said to bare been something." Doston Transcript. QUKSTIOXS AN'HWKllKD thrown down a well. Numerous personal trinkets worn by tho women victims havo been uncovered, Ko'rcn-skclaims that ho tried to Induce England and other, foreign nations to accord hospitality to tho dethroned monarch and his family but was refused. Thcso countries, however, declare that thoy appealed to tho Ker fnnv ensky rglmo to savo tho Ill-fat- ed y" h Liberty Bicycles On Sale T. unoir-ploymc- nt l ill3K table . cx-n- d 1 1 '" 1 oth Fill-mont- h, '"'a, fto ch .. "'i s, Pt vc se Harrl-clubhou- Electric A , -- CASTOR For liters . V1 30 UtVi u1 H ' ' 4 Mothers - -- Veilufuge For'die 3SreP - u k, , one-ma- ! m -- YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY BByi C FORGONE MONTH USE LI V-VER-- God-give- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation. EvcryWoraanWants al F. al-.t- fcA(iLt"MKADO"s.BSi,,llPer.Cn H laBr II as V slat five-poun- tmT.NHHOnO DKMOCilAT .1UDUK HluU'K UNllOltHKH To the votors of the Sixth judicial district, composed of Daviess, Hancock, Mrl.oiii nnd Ohio countlo. 1 beg (o Midiiiil some suggestions with refcrcno 10 tlio ponding cop'eu for th Jf ' circuit Judgo of 'a. district In view of tlio ortlont npponl rondo by party loaders It Is especially deslrablo at this time, that tlio voters should koop In mind the Importance of electing judges without reference to their political affiliations. No thoughtful or slncero person, I helluve, will dlsputo tlio soundness of this principle. It Is accepted by the best thought of both parties. Louisville On this subject the Courier-Journa- l, In an able, editorial, entitled "Guard tho Wench", In Us of October 20, 1921, says: 'So Important Is the circuit bench thnt no voter who Is awake to tho duties of cltlzonshlp will vote to a Judge unless ho believes tho removnl would Improve the bench. "Tho votqr who would romovo n judge to roploco hlra with n candidate not his superior Is a friend of po- terest. litical Jobbery and an enemy of govU-b- ent of their positions, nnd freest from unfavorable Influences. Without going bo far, wo may safely say that the Independence of tho Judiciary Is best promoted by retaining In office thoso who havo demonstrated" their fitness for it. Tho author of this article Is a Democrat, and what Is said hero Is not In nny Intended In dlsparagament, way, of tho presont Democratic offering for circuit judgo in this district. For him I have the highest personal esteem. After an association of more than twenty-si- x years as a practicing lawyer at tho Owensboro bar with R. W. Slack, six years of which ho has been circuit Judge, it seems to mo that an appropriate opportunity presents itself for the application of that bono-flccprinciple of nonpartlsanshlp in tho election of judges. Considering Judge Slack's conspicuous ability, unquestionable integrity, his fairness, his great lovo of Jlistlce, and tho gained in six years sorvlce, I believe It my duty as a lawyer to say that his reelection as circuit) judgo of the Sixth judicial district is, in my opinion, beet for tho public Innt DAVIESS DEMOCRATS APPHATj TO VOTERS' WORST 1'RE.IUDICB M MO can-dlda- to "In all my political experlenco In Owensboro and Daviess county, there has never betn a finer ticket nomi nated than that offered byvtho Dom- -, ocrntlc party this year Thn 1'cket Is , mndo up of mon of Integrity and mf-of nbltlty, men whom nny Dimocrat can tiupvorr vlth tho groatos'. enthusiasm" The abovs rtatement was hijiiIo by Capt. W. T. Ellis, veteran of many po litical naUlus in the ptst, and ono of the most brilliant attorneys in Kontucky, who nddrcssed moro than 1G0 Democrats from every scctl);i of Daviess cntintv ac the Dmocrati? on Saturday nftornoon. Capt. Ellis talked ts tho Demf.tr t3 about, 'hlrty minute and stlnvd their, Hit to tho greatest enhusmsm. branded as falso chhrges by Repubwould lican hat man Democrat ho.id-quarters GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. set till the tlckit. .'i(;.f.t they Win. th' Dom-oc-.i- ts entered the prlmarv '.ctlon In E B. ANDERSON. m ernment." Tho writer then proceeds to tho candidates for tho various positions on tho circuit bench of Jefferson county, with which wo, In this district, are not concorncd. Recurring to the general principle that judges should bo out of politics, tho writer com-jrn- ro prdceds: "Any voter can move toward koop-In- g Judges out of politics by declining to vote for ony cnndldnto for a Judgeship because ho Is n Republican or Democrat; by declining to vote to remove any Judge whose record Is good and who li opposed by a candidate who Is not his superior." And ngnln: "The slncero votor will not bo governed by politics In making his decisions as to tho circuit bunch." The writer then sayrf: "Tho lato A. T. Ilert was"tho most tarseelng noubllcan In Kentucky. Ho aald thrco years before his death, In an open letter advocating a nonpartisan judiciary: 'Tho Republican organization asks the cooperation of tho public, and all forward-lookin- g Domocrnts and Independents who out thnt our Judges should-b- o ,of politics.' " These utterances accord with tho position taken by tho Owensboro Messenger In an editorial of June 21, 1921. Speaking of the recent election In the state of Illinois In which Democratic Judges wcro elected In ...,i,.tK. Knniilillonn districts, the Mes senger quotes with approval from tho Chicago Tribune (Republican) thus: "This is a clean cut victory for tho principle of nonpartlsansblp in the judiciary and for tho principles of regarding and retaining demonstrated flftess nnd oxnerlence in the courts. "There is no'other way to suctaln and Insure the integrity and Independence of courts. The intelligent people of Cook county and tho Fourth Judlclnl district lmvo shown 'hey have no doubt of this and propose to make he In that party, politic administration or jus-ttc- o kept out of the '.'herrf is no more oncouraglng uviai-ncof.civll lntelllcnj an!) morbe-lfo- When tho chest feels on flro and tho throat burn3, you havo Indigestion, and you noed Hsrblno to get rid of tho disagreeable feollug. It out badly digested food, drives strengthens tho stomach and purines tho bowels. Price COc. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. She What wero the provisions of your uncle's will? He That I should havo all that was left after the payment of his just debts. What did Sho How generous! ho leave? Chicago Tribune. Ho Just debts. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. Nanle R. Qulnn, Plaintiff. vs. Report of Sale, Mary J. Qulnn, et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment and order nf oitn nntnrpi! In thn above Stvled action at tho September, 1921 term of tho above siyieu court, directing me to sell tho hereinafter described real rvctntr. tnr thn nnrnnon nf rilvldlnc tho proceeds of said sale among tho nuer mo parties ontltlcil tnoreio, nnvmnnt nf thn rnnta of tills action and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at tho Court tlmiua lnni In Wnrtnrfl. TvV.. nn Mon day, November 7th, 1921, at about tho hour of one o clock r. m. til oe-Itho first day of tho regular term of the Ohio County Court) on a credit f aIv nnrl turnlva innnthl thn follow ing described real ostate, lying' nnd ana being In Ohio county, described ns follows 1st tract: Beginning at a white oak or a stono PermollaA. or J. W. Huntor's N. E. corner; thence with poles to a atone; his line S. 46 thence E. 50 poles to a stono; thence N 40 polos to a stone; thence W. polc3 to a atono; thence N. 6 28 poles to a Btona .corner to Mary E. Fulkerson's survey; thence W. 28 poles to tho beglnnlng.'contalnlng 17 acres more or less. Being" samo land conveyed by D. M. White and Dickie Whlto hla wife, deed for which Is of record in th Ohio County Clerk's offlco in deed book 36, page 35. 2nd tract: Also a tract of land heirs, deeded by deed for which Is of record in tho Ohio County Clerk's offlco In deed book 37, page 26. Tho coal and mineral has been previously sold, and said land conveyed by E. E. Fulkor-so- n and wlfo to Claud and Nannie R. Qulnn, on October 9, 1909, which doed Is of. record In the." Ohio County Clerk's offlco in deed book CI, page 544. The purchaser will bo required to execute bonds for tho purchase prlco after salo, of said land Immediately with security to bo approved by the In six and rcmnilssloner payable twelve months bearing interest at the rut n of b i.er cent nor annum fror dato until raid. 8it1 bond-- j to havo tlio forcei and effect of Ji.opmcnt. A Hen will be retained on tho land sold to further secure the payment of said bonds. Glven undr tny hand this tho 19th day of October, 1921. OTl'O C. MARTiN, M. C. 0. C. C. John n.,! Wilson Attroney. ng tuorf a tolo.iin Ciigatlim to.. i thoy wo il J silpport th njr.'lne of their party. A MAN WHO REFUSES TO SUPPORT HIS PARTY, AFTER PLEDGING HIMSELF TO DO SO, IS ONE AT WHOM THE FINGER OF SCORN AND SUSPICION WILL DE POINTED. THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR ANY DEMOCRAT NOT SUPPORTING THE PRESENT SPLENDID TICKET." Scores Oov. Morrow Capt.-Elldeclared a vote for the Republican nominees would bo a vote of Indorsement of tho wretched administration of Harding in Washington, Morrow In Frankfort and Smith in Louisville. He scored Gov. Morrow for falling to keep tho promises ho made to tho taxpayers of Kentucky to bring about a reduction in taxation. is BLANK DEEDS, MORTCACES, Ac nr stocs. If You have, something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad", in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. " All you who havo torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels ook out for chills. Tho season is here and the air Is full of tho disease germs. Tho best thing to do Is (o get your liver In gootf condition and purify tho stomach and bowels. Her-Dln- o Is tho right remedy, It answers the purpose completely. Price 60c. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. HERBERT lLVTl'EMXCS Miss Nina Burdette has returned she had been from Louisville, visiting hor sister for tho past two months. 0 Mr. and Mrs. V. jit. Miller were In Fordsvillo Monday. Miss Vlrglo Mao Burdette and MrJ Walker Hayncs attended church at ZIon Sunday, and were guests of Miss Myrtle Reynolds, for dinner. Mrs. Homer Corley Is on tho sick " Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , , HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY i list. Mr. Ed Baize has bought a house and 'ot in Fordsvillo. dressing for flesh A valuabio wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rash, chafed skin, Is Ballard's Snow Liniment, it is both healing and antiseptic. Price 2Cc, GOc, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m m err Me-o-m- y, SsWsK JL -- z& MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit-Cou- rt. et a!.. Plaintiffs. vs. Notice of. sale. P. F. Westorfield ,et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment and order of sale entered In the above styled action at tho September 1921, term of tho above styled court.dlrecting me to sell tho hereinafter described real estate, for tho purpose of dividing the proceeds of said salo among the C. E, Royal, e ale than this." that the and the Owensboro Messenger, are two 'of tho leading Democratic papers In the slate of Kentucky nor will their loyalty to tholr party bo questioned. Thoy are led to advocate this prluclplo simply by Its obvious soundness and Importance. It should be noted hero that the principle of nonpartlsanshlp In Judicial elections does not require that Judges shall bo. without political opinions or affiliations, but that as theso opinions, or affiliations ought not properly affect Judges in thp dlschargo of their duties, so they ought not affect voters in their cholco of candidates. Now Kentucky Is not nny less onIn our llghtoncd than Illinois, for No ono will deny Courier-Journ- al how you'll take to a pipe; an dP.A.! n Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start rv2w. ir-V- 2?aEBBN J09OTf ) I r y -- paign ho had no opposition, having been endorsed by tho Republicans. In Judges Loulsvlllo two Democratic by Republicans boon ondorse-slmvo in convention. It has beon said that Is a community Is well served thatAnd, best' served by - Us Judiciary. speakiI believe. It wns- Shnkerfpearo and ng- of a thoroughly Independent courageous judge, who said; "He was a learned man and he continued long Jusin the people's favr. Ho did and his conscl-onctice for' truth's sake no that his' bones, when ho had run his course, and-- sleeps In blessing, may havo a tomb of orphans tears wept on 'em." Wo cannot "hope to servo the best aro -interests of our state unless we willing to elect capable, fit, and mon to the Judiciary, regardless most their politics. Some of the of e, neighboring i Ninth judicial district, which is Republican, Judge Layman, of a Domocrat, after serving a portion by term by appointment, was elected tho people; ana in this presont cam-- OAST R' O MAX Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S DIED OAT " " LIVED While other members of the fami of ly wore away Frank Souders Philadelphia, undertook to chloro form an aged pet cat. The. cat struKKlod nnd scratched as Souders tfled to hold a choloroform-saturato- d rag to its nose, At length tho man was overcome by the fumes and died. Tho cat ran away, little the worso for tho experience. . mm If your child starts In its sleep, grinds Its teeth while sleeping, picks at the nose, has a bad breath, tickle appetite, pale complexion, and dark rings under the eyes; it has worms; and as long as they remain In tho intestines, that child will be. sickly. White's Cream Vermlfugo clears out the worms, strengthens the stomach of our Institutions and bowels and puts the little one on profound students ap- the road to health and cheerfulness. hold that the Judiciary should be x8old by Ohio life, because In that way Price 35c per bottle. pointed for m most Independ County Drug Co. they will be rendered HP-flg- ht being In Ohio County Kentucky nnd described as follows: Being three- trapts of land qn tho waters of South Panther Creek, and bounded as fol. '&& lows: 1st tract: Beginning about feet N. E. of a chestnut stump on the west side of Hamilton Ford and Fordsvllle W. roatlj thonco running N. 35 50 3 poles to a stake. ;thonco N. 73 W. 18 poles to a stake; thence N. 14 E. 136 poles to a stono; thence N. 68 W. 45 poles to a stone; thence N. poles to a, stone and 10 E. 13 beech stump on tho scfuth side of tho old bod ot Panther Creok; thence, down Bald creek as It meanders when reduced to a straight lino, N. 55 W. 108 poles. S. W .20 poles; N. 82 3 S. 13 E. 86 26 W. 24 poles'. poles, S. 54 E. 12 poles to a stono Tom Royal's N. W. corner; thence 's with said Tom Royal's and I. C. lliie. S. 76 E. 66 poles to a stone said Westorfleld's corner on a farm road; thenco with said farm road as it meanders whon reduced to a straight line S. 4 E. 30 poles S. 20 W. 15 polos 8. 10 W. 15 poles, S. 6 W. 28 poles, S. 35 E. 52 poles to said Wosterflold's corner on tho west side of Hamilton Ford and Fordsvillo road thonco with said road ns It meanders N. 75 E. 53 3 poles, N. 10 E. 5 poles to the beginning, containing ISO acres more or less. Beginning at a stone 2nd tract: In Phlster's lino at a point" where tho old Hamlltou Ford and FordBvlllo road made a, short turn; thence running with the aforealdroad as It meanders when reduced to Btralght llnware S. 44 W. 80 Pole, S. 10 W. 2-West-erfleld- parties entitled thereto, after the payment of the costs of this Action and the. cost ot this sale, I wjll offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at tho Court House door in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, November 7th. 1921, at about the hour of ono o'clock P. M. (It being tho first day of the regular term of tho Ohio County Qourt) on a credit of six and twelve months, the following described real estate, lying and something with a joy'us jimmy pipe and some Prince Albert! Because, a pipe packed iwith Prince 'Albert satisfies from bite and parch (cuS out by our exclusive patented process) are a revelation to the man who never could get acquainted with a pipe! P. A. has made a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was smoked before! Ever roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert? Man, man but you've got a party coming your way! Talk about a cigarette smoke; we tell you it's a peach! Kn VjJJ :, a man as he was never satis-lie- d and keeps,him satisfied! And, you can prove it! Why P. A.'s flavor and fragrance and coolness and its freedom before handtomm pound and hall pound tin humidors and in ths pound crystal glaim top. Prince Albtrt i told in toppy ted baf, tidy Ttd tint, humidor with ipenge mttsttnor Fringe Albert the national joy smoke G 1-- CupjrrljM 1021 hy R. J. RotdoIJ Tobacco Co. Wlmton-Salei- ty.c.. W. 17 poles, S. 75 W, 63 3 poles', S. 50 owned by them at the time ot their Is of record In deed book 25, page 487 Ohio County Clerk's office. 35 poles to a stone, Tom Uoy-ul- 's death. The purchaser will be required to 3rd tract; Beginning at a white corner; thence with said Royal's K. 17 poles to a oak In the Joshua Bellamy and S. S. execute bonds for tho purchase prlco 5 lino S. 20 stone; thence S. 13 W. 13 polos; Drown line; thence running about of said land immediately after sale. K. 112 poles to a south 52 poles to a beech; theuce with security to be approved by ther thence N. 62 In six and stone and white oak; thence S. 68 E. about S. H. 36 poles to a stone cor- commissioner, payable 28V& poles to a white oak; thence S. ner to S. S. Brown; then 67 E. 84 twelve months, bearing interest at 6 per cent per annum from 55 W. 97 poles to a hickory; thence pples to four blcktory saplings, .an- the rate of N. 32 E. 13 poles to a stone on the other corner of 8. S. Jlrown; then N. date until paid. Said bonds to have' N. 13. corner ot a' small brldgo near 30 W. 24 pales to a large white oak the force and effect of a Judgment. the old roadbed; thence with said old in Crow's line, then about N. W. to A Hen will be retained on the laud roadbed as It meanders, N, about 79 the beginning, containing 40 acres, sold to further secure the payment of said bonds. W. 91 poles to the beginning, con- more or less. Given under my hand this the 19th Uelng the same land conveyed to taining 70 H acres, more or less. The two above tracts are a part the decedents W. W. Royal and Mary day of October, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. ot a larger tract ot land conveyed to P. Uoyal by P. P. Weaterfleld and . M. L. Heavriu, Attorney. W. W. Itoyal and Mary F. Royal and , wife on October 29, 1903, and which 3-J ( cottages may not bo stated accurate- - STORM WRECKS during tho Civil" war occurred on a ly, as n oirangor nnus somo auucui-t- y hill Just ,wost of Morgantown. FLORIDA CITIES Pr, .Joe.aylor,- - ono of our oldest In determining Just whoro tho town AFARflLOPIBNEIR ends and tho country begins. By cltlzons and who was a citizen of this , adopting tho' "greater" features. of territory mora than a. halt contary New York or London, Moorman's Tampa, Fla., Ocf.' 26. Flvo per- - ago. has told ua somo Interesting local population might bo doubled., or pov sons are known to bo dead In this history of the section mentioned. Tho 2EVioes DT Products And A slbly thrlbruplcd. In fact a real o B r 'WSW wIW loer hunt over HtnKl ,n k city and St. Petersburg, across Tnm-!lil8- tboom was on tho day wo wcro that Bfiotlou was more than fifty fOst OF Articles Now mm U'uKa Km jmUiKtiJi making our observation survey. An pa Bay, as tho result of yesterday's nROf Dr TflyIor then Jm JNoXonger In Use. , old gentleman from Williams Mines storm, which caused n local property j0hn Gentry. Jim Gentry, Bob In this county, was there staking off estimated between $1,000,-- ! ran, and P.achal Thomson wore tho a lot for tho salo of which ho was on 000 and $2,000,000. !'eor drivers. A' largo buck was ro- Ic, IMnrf Is TJarnott has liccn Rood a mall order deal with n woman of n mo cane near mo " Jacksonvllle, Fla., Oct. 20 Tho M'u"uu awsrtflf:to allow us for uso In tho tho vlclnnge, but although' .ho old of tho salo hill of tho gontlman waited until he missed his entire water front of St. Petersburg horned In tho faithful fox hounds, saJWrwwfTil ancestor, Joseph Uarnott Irnln fnr linmft Mm wnni'in fnlitul to was wiped out by tho gulf hurrlcano six in number, and started tho chase H!.ipa wore1 Wstorday, the worst galo tho city has court ,! n .Tiled In ,.n nrM.ni .. wXiSi was - i..-...i.- ..i cany in mo morning, un tin noon ..ii . . 0'"" I' ir. 35X8.7. .now more than a century made that day. l xwtt'fy1 M( " rtn 'BS nnd men Times-Unio- n to- - nml lnt0 lnt mo general store ni Moorman, . followed tho swift footed doer until v it TCfcts sAIeTblll was not filed at well as tho pretty llttlo church, Is niehttai it made a sheer loap The powerful radio station at jit TInlrdstown, now Main rttreet located on Main street. ml Beach, ono of the strongest on the, of forty fct from tho bank ,nto tho "county sent of Nelson was a neighborhood road befor the contlennt, was unnblo this river, nnd clogs nor men wero ever Ohio county at the time town was founded. Tho grocery Ij American .o m,n- inner aoio to get a trace qi u. wnom- Mr. Harnett, whoso wan on tho bluff overlooking the depot, !cr U cscaPe,, ,nt0 tho cano brcak on txMiienlloned In tho article came but one. must go several ways around St. Petersburg on the Gulf coast. In tho rlv-th- o Tampa appears to have suffered th othor s,do or section of tho state when It to reach It. There is a way, n perilCT stlU remains a mystery, greatest damage. Tho Bay Shore wiki.xiv'TJft'broken wilderness, and Hv-t- T ous ono something like mountain Another story related by tho Doc-m- a 41 .In-ol- d fin, Jus; north of town, climbing, to go straight up from the drive residential section Is a panora-- l tor wns thc slnklnB of a steamboat, of destruction. Trees arc down. fiat "Liter engaged In farming and depot to tho grocery, but i man df nov slxty cara tt nt tho "louth ot land owner, as the sale our ago and resulting inflrmatlesoes houses with roofs torn away and ,tho Thoroughfare on Green river. Tho iiSK-vlsihow. Ho owned radically not climb !t, but we did venttire the foundations weakened from tho tidal nlght waa dnrk nnd tho canln,n silll'ineland lying In that now fine ascont, with much tropedatlon. Tho wave that swept In over the sea wall WM drunk' nnd wh,Ie hacking away WwsninK section all tho way from splro of the church, which Is about from Tampa Bay have collapsed, and lho landing tho boat rammed a ""SfaDjur Springs to Narrows. A tomb- - a hundred yards from tho depot, has logs and other debris swept, In on ronl loB' and tho hu" ,lcs lo thl" yttsac jsthnds on a lonely bluff over- - no doubt attracted tho attention of onrushlng water's crest now da' tho mudAy bottom of the rlv- . .,.- - , t i t. or what were thc beautiful lawns of ajsifrias Roush xlvcr, that marks tho many car cnangers, wno uuubiui-- u. 5 were lUBl, niuugll . fhoMv.lo Pnrl, .ortlnn. ono w. T.t,,. 'r- I.14U &JV(U ;w.wF u.,v nf ...... waa a good list of passengers. UlLre '&& Testing plnco of one of his a mile or so away. 3Vtt Ono pa's most fahlonnblo suburbs, Jrssgrners-ln-laSprlggs. Tho a Mrs. One notlcablo feature of Moorman '"""" '" "CI Sni tt'ull KwiTtt Awuv. ' In 1798. number of business Is tho largo ,nto tbo rlver but an Irishman, AlnnP thn water front,, laree . ua rmo the thousands of acres of houses, which are, empty or occupied .... 1 J. swept away a ""'" lnc "orse Ior Brofi' Htanttvjwnefl by this oarly settler, and as residences. When the.M. H. & E tlons of the sea wall wero headlong Into tho river nnd rescued "HIih '.trifling sums It brought at the made an X with the h. &N. at that and parts of tho streets wero wash- Also the low point dreams of coal mines, the equal ed Into the bay. Houses Immediately lne "U'1IU MteftriVstrator'B sale. adjoining the boulevard were crush-- 1 "SprcfeeTjI IIurtTord lots when Hartford of those at Newcastle, were indulged, MUXICIPAIj tickkts a '5tr;,RslIng tillage. a blasled ed In by tho galo without apparent i but sc fir the mines, liko . , resistance. t .Snip Hill chestnut bur, have fulled to open. "", "" The storm traveling north, np- 'Xa. .Strwn Cle?ver, Ohio counlot In Hart- The old gentleman from Democratic Ticket: Mayor, W. E. toril, SKl.tD; To John Dunlap, lot in ty is nut the only ono who has peared to concentrate Its full force on Ellls- - Po'lce is the Underwear we recommend and stand back of JdB. J- - D- - Holbrook; Near-- ! "SSseeOaul, $25.3G; To Randolph Spl-v- e Moorman lota to sell. The dream VW Pit,, nation nf Tannin. Councllinen. W. M Fair, S. C. Render, if you seek the higher quality of fabric and finish. ly 500 houses wore wrecked In that i aot In Hartford, $5G.40; To p i.o nnenlnir tin of an Immense w, it. uiuespie, i ii. tayior, j. t i ! if you're looking for perfect lit and underwear com-Jb- rt. two lots In Hart-Ttor- i, mining Industry caused Mooimnn to section. In the Palmetto Beach sec-- " .Wosterfield and A. C. Acton Hubert T. Allen, i ,., ... r. .. m, , .. t.ui. .1.J. w.......w. fnllr u.t...v IllHna 3G3.G0; 'To James Brown, ,90 bo overlotled. We do not know just iloti nnncnrlnintRh' ...... Rnllllrn ....-- v. uiiizens. iickci: .iiaior. xazvs.lu.nn, $54'.00; To Robert Balrd, aow far out from the depot InUhe nr irrnnnrl ina mil tirln fnrt if you believe in real economy. S. O. nkenshlp; . Councllmen. Women and children In this bee, JUtf jures land on Knob creek, $240; hole in the ground, Moorman town if you yant the biggest value for your money. " E. Pat&, by a band of forty; '"""" " " '."-E tc JJ5fctert Balrd, 240 acres of land, Is lotted, but there are lots and lots tlon were rescued w- - J' Uean and Johr w- - s- - Tiasle if you like to choose from a wide range of styles and has a volunteers and carried to snftyin tho u. wnson. axil on "Knob creek, $140. OQj to of lots. Aye It anybody . fabrics. CCQ acres of land, $140; small fortune ho wants to Invest In highlands of the city. ' All the dwellings In the Palnfetto ")T We know we can sell you complete underwear satisShrader, 900 acres of land town lots, and lots at a bargain ana Progressive Ticket: Police Judge, "jKTfifi to Robert Samuels, 1338 acres lots of thtm, ho should not pass up section were completely demolished faction in Munsingwear. Baker nhoads; Trustees Carl M. and It Is said that some of the re-'tK.tasd, $7537 to Robert Samuels if' Moorman. 'Especially do wo call tho ,. Taylor. Charge W. Keown, R. T. Tny- We especially invite you to give us a trial. . . of land, $288; to Peter attention of those wno oprosu a siuL-n- scimra nuiy nave ifuiisiiuu. ua uuiiia 'or J Williams and James T , tpKMiJ-balJeracres - of land. law and want a lot In a stocklawless brought Into lay were twopt out from 1269 nml wrppknirft lntor cave mute. ''alF'1 X&P; Janus Nourse. 1765. acres Minnirv in co to Moorman. The alinro . Citizens Ticket: Police Judge, W . -- ...., uSirsid. )$460; to Sam P. Duvall and town Is full of stock that know no uviueiic ui iucii latu P. Thomrs: Trustees. II. D. T.tylor, apparently had The hurricane -SViiainril "Taylor, acres of land, law but tho law of free and untram-mcle- d n Iane, Ernest Martin, R. T. Into the Atlantic Ocean today af ;$0-&Ugrazing. io Bladln Ashby, 40 acres of C. B. Hurt. Taylor and sSebcJI 3T-.1M.iir crnnHn rpnilpr. when VOU StOP ter sweeping across tho Florida pen .to Harrison Taylor, Konlsvllle fnft'hMonrniandciiot. where you insula in a northeasterly direction of land, $432; to Harrison People's Ticket: Police Judge, Alhero Trss3Tnnd others, 2904 acres of land can't see anything but the top of a Wire communication south of lison Haynes; Trustees, J. F. Cooper, S to "Robert Balrd, 3322 acres grocery "Store, a tiny church spire still is severed except down the riniit Arthur Westerfleld, C. L. Mason, C. coast, which was not af-Sana 3144. Total 27,162 acres, mrt a bit of blue sky above, provided of thc east - P. Kissinger and O. T. Cobb. t nn. ninnrtv kav. vou will know Uected by the blow, and the only ro?SG24.00. Rockport on conditions in South Florida . .Personal Property. ..11 about where you are "at", and I'd Ports Police Judge, L. T. Reid; Trustees. To "Will Patton, 1 mill spindle, liko to have your thanks for this jwore brought here by train crows. Lee Mason, J. S. Danks, Emory SSJK; o Ttobert Barnett, 1 pair hand Information. Anybody who has to George Dunn, J. G. Williams; xxSls Vmrhs, $9.40; to Robert Barnett, wait for a train at the Moorman deCM3AK RUN Marsal, A. Austin. " Tarli clothes, $5.85; to Henry pot should have thanks, even If It is Ccnlcrtown "TCbtisjOs. 1 mill saw, $5.90; to Thqm- - but thnnks that you have not fared Police Judge: L. W. TIchenor; A largo crowd attended tho re1 shovel plow share, $3.10; likewise. at. interment of the body of Corbet Lake, Trustees, W. C. Everley, S. B. Hill, flu Dxvid Glenn, set smith's tools, hero of the world war at Clear Run, L. W. Carlisle, S. L. Durham and W. ."ILSIj tto I. Cravens, 1 dutch oven, Sunday. Rev. Mr. Harper of C Knott; Marshal, E. E Bishop. powter SEES OPPOSITION 5Z33- - to "Hannali Barnett, conducted services, after which s25j pot, $12.00; to Robert Bar-vie- sf TO DRY ACT FADE tho American Legion took charge of roiiilitutintinl Amendment No. 1 icakettle and teapot. $7.20; to Are you In favor of amending tho the body and burled It with military Sell your Cream the "Sunlight Way" for better "THjm Barnett, wooden ware, 60c; honors. Many floral tributes were State Constitution by striking out of iVCJCIlliam Barnett, flat Iron, $1.40; he- Sections 91,93 and 95 tho words returns. Lexington, Ky., Oct. 25. "Ameri- offered by friends of the.dei-uif "Piftier "Sprlugerton, skillet ami ro, "Superintendent of Public Iustruc i The top market paid on the day we- - receive your ruortar, $3.35; to Robert Bar- - ca is being weaned," commissioner Mrs. Fidelia Stewart of Owens-bor- tfon" thereby leaving to the General - mat, Tyagon, $45.00; to Robert Bar'- Roy A. Haynes, national prohibition by law visiting her Jail- Assembly the power to provide who has cream. Baggage rate on an ad cam 22c. Can and bedsteads, $2.65; to Robert chief, declared here tonight in s nefTc: er, L. C. Hoover, for two weeks, will for such officer and the method of In which ho declared that the check returned promptly. Shipping cans at cost. . liKTitiiU, revIseU Jaws of 1765, 70c; dress '1 hursday. hls'solectlon? outcries against thc dry act soon wJH return home Springerton, Dutch testa- i Ut TVler Benny Trogdoi:, who has bcon vry die out entirely. - awtti, 70c; to Joseph Barnett, French Thegreatest danger of today, the sick with tonsilltls for several days, YES v, IVtnaair, 90c; to RohBrt Barnett. prohibition director said, Is that the Is able to be out again. . HJair's .HPJmons, 2 vols., "$5.85; to A protracted meeting is In progress NO American people will loso their vision J'ftiRvert Barnott, French Revolution, at Union Grove church. Services aro Constitutional Amendment No. li sanclty and majesty of the 4t2U'"fr; to Ignatius Plgmun, copy of of the Do you favor amending Section 186 being conducted by Rev. Savage of law. Tho will of tho people must not A. Field, Manager. $7.60;"to Elijah Cravens, OWENSBORO, KY. of the State Constitution so that said Beaver Dam. be lost sight of because of discontent Ijox and churn 70c. nuttttco C. C. Hoover, who has been sick section when amended shall read among u minority, ho declared. Is Imrovlng. as follows. t "In Lexington In 1913 there were for several months, JNOTICE "All funds accruing to the School rfoo arrests for drunkenness. In tho be used for the maintenFund Farmers In the Lick Branch com- ance shall first year of prohibition there were of the Public Schools of tho 2it$cQ Is hereby given that Win. but 204 arrests on that charge. munity of Barren county have ndopt- State and for no other purose, and s. T&adlton has taken over tho "In Louisville arrests for drunken Al ft Aiimmitnllv ninirrnin rt t ilr In by gon- - tho General Assembly shall assets, good will and trado ness decreased from 6,908 before tho ordor to develop tho agricultural In- oral law prescribe tho mannor of tho jurorJts tf tho Martin & Pollock Coal dry law becamo effective to 1,1061 terests of the community in tho best distribution and the uso of tho Pubhut' year. There was a decrease of way, a report from. J. O. Horning, lic School fund for public school purioimrry, and will continue tho For first-cla- ss work reasonable prices see .the same us hcrotoforoMn all 60 per cent In the number of arrests county agent, states. poses. ""Provided, however, that not 4 for drunkenness in the United States own nr.mo. rii?cls under his more than ten per cent of said public Mottcb in hereby given that tho said In tho first year of prohibition, yet HAPPENED LONQ AGO school fund shall be distributed othor "Martin & Pollock Coal Company, by thero aro somo who declare that tho than upon tho per .capita basis." k crime wave resulted from prohibition naanlromifl consent of M tho The writer of this article has long ' BEAVER DAMi KY. will bo dissolved by ' "The crime wave In Franco and cherished an ambition to write a his- YES &iBO?rs wn tho 1st dr.y of January, England has been Infinitely worse-tha- tory of Ohio county, to be run serial,t in America." XS22, nnd nil porsono having claims ly In this nowsaper. A collection of NO Carbon Cleaning, Valve. Grinding and Ring Fitting Commissioner Haynes and his par- all possible Information about the, trifainst bald corporation or owing ty will leave early tomorrow for early . aJA cirpoiatlon will call on the it spiicuuiiy. settlement of tho county, menKULPHUH SPRINGS' Hnn tt tliA fA ft Tilt Una rt Mm nt Cromwoll on or before Cincinnati. M. L West deputy commissioner of ,8etUor8 R Btory Q lABaary 1st, 1922. 16t4 the orlg,u nn(l 0. Farms work Is progressing nicely All work guaranteed. J. p. Taylor, Bld'g. internal rovenuo, who accompanied velopment of tho old churches, lodges during litis fino weather. Wheat Wm. HAMILTON, ortho federal chief here and has and towns, nnd numerous other mat- - sowjng lo about all donp and com dered an Investigation of nil permits ttrs which wo think would Intorest MOORMAN AS N1IE IS gathorlng Is the order of tho duy. for whisky withdrawals from every tho passing as well ns the rising Somo farmers report a fine yield 'iUMi ibliizens of Ohio county have warehouse in tho state, leaves to- generalon. And we aro not sure that" while others report a very contain vory little wit and no wis- short troubles. ho will whore iaiu'.Uinf)iir another changed cars morrow we shall not sometime Our friend, H. F. Pach wenU to oom. wnutevjor is tho matter, undertake crop. Such is life on the farm and I. D. tir MiMsnnmi, when traveling to Ow i Investigate iwhisky . withdrawals from this rather to bo dreaded task. Butler county laBt weekend brought Clairo? Have tho'years climbed up . always will be. ... .. in western tveniucKy.anu x&boro .or Central City, but, I take a, now wlfo nnd of course ev- ono you until your may we prosent a But this aside, Mr. Ford has moved his saw mill home brain has lost Its tlinnlr uj tn oil ufMIwI vo tm la K, Tew of them havo taken tho trou-Im- vii,ti mi vjtt uii tr it ii vi t n aio. bit of local history of tho Ulg Bend to the farm of J. M. Moore, which erybody to his notion, but with all the cunning, or Is It bumfuzzled with country, a section of Bailor coun- makes It very convenient Jo leave the depot which Is lo- to: tho marriageable widows, and young girls politics or has prohibition causod It x ra.iM-- lu a hole in the ground, and ty Just across Groen river from farmers In that section to got their too, lil this soctfon I would'nt think to wither and dry up, or MRS. Itll.li UNDKItMILIi have you out to make u survey of tho Cromwell, that is replete with early timber cut into lumber to put Into any man would hav to go to Just dlscovorod the fact that you wo-gcaught for a two cliy. "AVull, Mrs. Bill Underbill died at her history. Front Rochester to Mor- now buildings and make some much be suited in a wife. never had any? Toll us all about It -- iouni.wjilt at that hole recently and near Horse Branch Wednesday gantown It Is ever bo many miles by needed rppalrs on the old ones. home i Beads oddly strung, written by and wo will help you all we can If ".tcmniut lor u survey of tho tuwii. morning, following an illnes of two the river, and only n few miles across Mr. Jockery of Owousboro Is giv- ono I. D. Clare, waa at one. .time ono flhly to Sympathize With the rnndlmr "ftV Observed somo boven or eight woeks, of typhoid. one to tho other points men- ing an entertainment nt Uio school of the most Interesting features 'of vPubllc who has been from pouring over -mMt cottofci's. ono general stoio and She leaves her husband, two chil tioned. In this territory during the building hero, and Is succeeding in the Republican and most generally M' ury mauer. searching wit .3rocery.,aiKl a pretty little church, dren and many, relatives and friends wor four small battlesJwero fought,' making the people, old and young, read. They wero composed largely and. wisdom that osn't for tha any there j.uanU up the town. The number of who aro Brleved to loae her. and the first la Kentucky tnkexti hearty laugh and forget their of wit und wisdom, but recently they SHE BILL BF ESTATE T ! ' rs-tat- -- J MUNSING AR J Coch-dama- ge n-i- ,!.. .. ,.-- .- . Hart-Sttft,tx- Bards--atwns'it- MIa-lnbo- ut t. 1 ,nt, t m 4 ' . cov-innti- sec-!ba- ""t. " Iff i i"b tttj MUNSINGWEAR . . I . i,..i i.. .i Ge-rg- Carson ; Co. Hartford, Kentucky. (El i . I I .r T Til-for- d, Cream Nd-cre- Shi ers; 5-gal. d spi o, i bt-e- Sunlight Creameries .piauir, r busl-jEHs- AUTOMOBILE OWNERS! at i bu-rm- m ' n, SANDIFUR & pETERS, V t? "nu '! r "o-'fa- r - -- man-kille- )