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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, NUMBER 19 DEMOCRATS STRONG ON WATER YET ARE WOBBLY ON LIGHT Tho Hartford Herald devote muck ( tho lljjlit nml water upaco thin m-ccontract of the county and city with the Light mill Power comimny. Tills I a proper subject for u newspaper to dlcuN, whether or not n political campaign Ih on. This newnpapor docs jiot hexltute to nay that tho water "Irulo hero N hlftlier than In some oth-4gniiillcr cltlen. The plant wiw Inwhen stalled a number or jeiUH-ttR- o such Vei Vice nut much more costly than It Ik now when tnoro modern plant have been Initalled.. Liver- riuoro, to Illustrate, has ono of theso more expensive plant anil tho peoplo of tlmt city iirc pajliiK moro for their are Calhoun and water anil llcht-thiu- i Ccntcrtonii. IJut tho fact remains that the Ohio county water roinnny Ih not. oven nt tho present rate, pay- Iiir rvpeiiscs, and the books of tho compan uro open for tho lnspecton f tho editor of tho Hartford Herald k T HON. THOS. S. PETTIT F ENDORSES JUDGE SLACK Former Resident Of Village Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 31, 1921. Motors From Owensboro Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro, Ky., To Commit Burglary My Dear Sir: You well know that I am a progressive Democrat, and that I am now and have always been great' ly concerned in the establishment of the establishment of Tho general store of F. Ilenfrow the principles for which my party now stands on National & Co. at Narrows, was a victim of issues with reference to labor, agriculture, capital and automobile burglars Thursday night I feel sure that your election to the office of of latit wck. Late In tho night a temperance. nclghbo; observing a light In the Circuit Judge in this District will not be hurtful or in anystore-- called Mr.- - Ilenfrow and ad- wise detrimental I have closely to these principles. vised fhim of the fact. AVhen Mr. watched your conduct as Judge for the last six years, and Itonfrow approached tho storo tho have not seen one act upon your part that Avas unfair thieves ran lo their nutomoblte, which interests. was parked about a hundred yards" On the other hand I have observed, with a pride beaway, and lett on high speed. Mr. Uenfrow secured Mr. . Alvy gotten by a friendship beginning over forty years ago, Potty's automobile and gave chase, Avhen you first came to Owensboro' with your wife and follow Int: the thieves to Owensboro, first born, your Avillingness to stand by the laws of our where they were later arrested, and The State and their enforcement, and your efforts to see that much of tho loot recovered. good3 stolen consisted chiefly of high every litigant in your Court obtains justice and fair treatI am sure that in the exercise of your duties asj priced hardware, including cuttlery, ment. shoes, automobile gloves, razors and Judge you have never been blasted by partisanship or inleather legglns. fluenced by favoritism to laAvyer or litigant, and that you Sidney AVells and John Roberts have earnestly and zealously sought to do justice to all. were arrested by the Owensboro and much of tho loot found In In doing this you have rendered to the people of this District a great and distinct service. their possession. AVells is n young man and formcrlj' For these reasons I believe that the men and women lived near Narrows. A little moro of this" District, regardless of their political affiliations, thun a year ago AA'ells was accused should give you an endorsement by you as their of stoallng an automobile, and sen to two years in state prison, Circuit Judge. tenced You are at liberty to use this letter as you wish. and bad been at liberty only a short time, i Tho writer "had' known AVells Your truly, when ;a boy at Narrows, and was In THOS. S. PETTIT. room , Major Bean or other candidates sponsible for such an outrage. COI'V 01-- ' fc HELP THE HOME HOI Claude Smith was born a poor boy, poor as Lazarus, on an Ohio county farm, """After tho usual farm boy routine of plowing tho fields nnd grubbing the sprouts lit summer and attending school in a backwoods district In winter, he prepared himself for a school teacher Ills persistent industry and Irropressiblc aspiration to fit himself finally for n larger public scrvico was rewarded with a license to practice law. M& Smith camp to Hartford nnd established a law office. For a time clients came few and farbotween, but by a studious application to his law books ho soon becamo recognized as u real lawyer, nnd today ,nt only a little moro than forty years of age, ho is regarded as ono of the ablest lawyers nt the Hartford bar. But Claude Smith is more than n lawyer, ho is a man of the highest honor nnd Integrity, and Is bo regorded-througho- tit the district in which he is commonwealth's attorney. His prosecutions of criminals have never been Influin enced by possible commissions fined or by fear of making political enemies His ono purpose has been to ir.suro Justice to the people of the commonwealth and to be fair' to sion accused of crime. Soon after establishing his reputation as a lawyer Mr. Smith was elected county atof his torney. At the expiration term he was reelected to that office, and before the expiration of his second term wns elected commonwealth's nttornej. Mr. Smith has nev:r been defeated when a candidate for oftico nnd, we confidently believe, will not be dofoated this year, Cluude Smith is your fellowcoun-tla- n. Ho is honorable as a citizen, capable as a lawyer and loyal as an official and for these reasons as well as n matter pf county prido should be vote next given an overwhelming Tuesday. Tho election of a com- CITY LI0I1T ORDINANCE That there may bo no room for doubt about what wc have said about this nwfiil wiwto of tho Democratic Clly Council we submit the'' ordinance In full: At a regular meeting of tho City Council or Hail ford, Kentucky, held at Its regular meeting plnco on the 10th day of January 11)21, present, John E. IJenn, Mayor, nnd tho following Members of the Council: W. M. fair, W. II. Gillespie, S. C. Hen-dcA. C Acton and P. II. Taylor, thereupon tho Mnj'or loud to thq council a contract niado with the Kentucky Light At Power Comany, on January :ird, 1021, for lighting tho stieets of Hartford, whlck contract Is In words and figures as follows: r, . to-thes- -- b "This contract made and entered to demonstrate that fact. If any Into between the Kentucky Light & citizen doubt. this fact let him no Power Commiy, u corporation of down to tho Hiiht plant and ask Loin Hartford, Kentucky, engaged In opCoombs how much tho company owes erating a light and water plant in liliu for work t tho plant. said City, of the first part, and tho corHut there Is another fcaturo of this City of Haitford, a municipal find llsht plant tho Herald poration of the fifth class, of the secwater hams' on as If It was n harp of u ond part: l,nt ls lha thousand hIHukS Witncsscth that tho party of the Hsht cost. Tho city llsht8 aro paid first part agrees nnd contracts to for by the city council, n body from furnish street lights for lighting the major down every mcmlier of which streets of tho City of Hartford, conin a Democrat. This council pays tho tinuously from January 1st, t21, una, light idid Water company 97I til January 1st, 1025,. .it Is expressmonth, or fifteen dollars n month ly agiccd and understood that tho jnoro for tho city's llfiht tlum tho party of the first part Is to furnish pays for tho water. Tho under this contract twenty-flv(25) lights benefit only the residents of slty (00) candle power lights nnd tho city; tho water benefits tho peo- five (3) one hundred (100) candlo ple of the cntlro county. If th city power lights, nil of which light aro ilRlit contract Is pratt who aro tho to bo Mazda lamps, mid to remain on jrnolters? Lights uro a luxury. The the streets of said City at tho points clty.cxlstcd many years without them and places now located, and no but now tho Democratic city council cltange In locations of said, lights, or .grafts upon tho city according to tho any of them, is to bo mndc during charge of the Hartford Herald, to the the continuance of this contract, exuno of 7S a month. If tills Is graft-im- ? cept by mutual consent. All of said who Is doing tho grafting now? lights aro to bo furnished upon what We frankly admit nnd clearly ex- is known as Moonlight schedule, and plain how that In operating a light to be turned on at the regular Utuo .and power plunt tho local company, for lighting streets and continuing beginning operations years ago be- until twelve o'clock P. M. at which fore more modern machinery with tlmo they shall bo discontinued until cheaper operation, was obtainable, Is four o'clock A. M., when they sliall clmrgi"K a higher rate than small aguln be turned on nnd remain cities equipped with more modern lighted until ilaj break, each night plants. Hartford and Llvermoro light (other than moonlight nights) durand water plants nro loslnf? moncy ing tho period covered by thia. con.although charging higher rates than tract, for which lights tho parly of CuUioun and Centcrtown, which aro tho second part agrees nnd contracts earning a profit. But tho political to pay to tho party or tho first part polltlsul fact In ll.o tact, if there I the sum of $75.00 per month, which matter, is that tho local plant li not sum shall he due aud payable monthonly not grafting on the public but is ly during tho continuance of this actually losing money to keep the. contract, or it all may ho paid nt tho plant In operation. end or the year when tho taxes are But If tho fiscal court Is MibniUtlng collected, at the option of tho parto grafting by paying $(10 a month for ty of the second part. watcr service vhnt Is the City Conn-eIf is further agreed that If the pardoing in paying 975 n month for ty or tho second part should dcslro 312 lights which burn only about five other lights than thoso specified in liours a night, providing tho moon is this contract, nnd such additional 'f,not shining, wlienjUoy do not burn lights arc within five hundred feet of t all? Is tho City Council burninge the lights as now located, then tho nip the pcoplo's money to ncconuiio-dat- party of tho first part Is to furnish tho light and power plant? In them at tho siune rale per light as considering this graft, as the Herald every above indicated, and which additionrails It, keep In mind that al lights shall be run on the sumo member of tho City Council which mi- - .sclfcdule as specified above. horied such graft is a If from any cause tho lights aro Democrat, and some of them not furnished by purty of tho first candidates for office. part as specified In this contract for well night it falls there shnll bo a CANDIDATE CARDEN MEMUKIl deduction in Its monthly account at COUNCIL the sumo rate per night as specified In leadin;: this account of tho City In this contract but no lights aro to Council grafting or being grafter be discontinued' except by unavoidado not lose sight of tho fact Unit ble accident .Mr. C. H. Cnnlen, Is a member AVItncss our signatures In dupliCity Council of this Democratic cate this tho ilrd'day of Jan. 1021. and is tho Democratic luntlldatc for Signed: It is tiue thut Mr. KENTUCKY LIGHT & POWER CO. .Sheriff. present tho not Carden was ny M. L. HEAVRIN Pies. night thN contract was blgned probCITY OK HA1UTOIID. ably out canvassing against .Ernest J, K. BEAN Mayor. members Blrkhead but since all the Thereupon It was moved by W. M, vo.ed for tho measure It is suppose ho would have Fair and seconded by 8. C. Bender reasonable to had ho lwen present. that said contract bo ratified and ap voted for It oppVed to It and absent, It proved. The yeas uhil nays being Am! "if AY". M. was HUlo short of a crime to absent called resulted us follows: Meeting when ho Fair Yes; AV. II. Gillespie, A'es; S. 0. 'himself from tno might have saved tho city much mon- Bender, Yes; A. C. Acton, Yen; P. II. ey and the Democratic party much Taj lor, Yes, Tho motion having carried, it Is xlltun, alwajs according to tho Her-4Ipresent and preventing therefore ordered and directed that by being said Contract be ami it is ratified and tho passage of the regulation. s. Certainly, after reading tho HarU approved. 'foid Herald's frantlclndlgnatloii ov-- r Attest: J. R DEAN, Mayor.-C- . such a waste of money Democratic M. t'ltOWK, Secretary. voters will not vote for Mr. Cardeu, po-ll- co "' o ' ll ol up-)- d, - when he the Owensboro court reeolvcd his spntence and advised him CORRECTING A GOOD FRIEND that after serving his sentence ta PINE OLD CITIZEN GOES TO LAST AND FINAL REAVARD lead an exemplaryilfo and redeem his R. A. Owen, of McHenry, writes' character, but advice is too cheap to bo valued. At his homo at Buford Monday1 us a personal letter alleging that that all tho "Shiners" como-fronight one of 'those fine old cltlzons McHenry. Now this charge L SURPRISE HALLOWE'EN PARTY who havo made Ohio county a peaceful and pleasurable community in overdrawn. Constable Canary of Mcgroup of tho "which to live, passed over, to the Henry has brought In several violaMonday evening a tors from tho where und whereyoungW set met at tho homo of Mr. groat bejyona. abouts of McHenry, but the county on Clay and Mrs. A. K. Anderson, Mr. Robert J. Mason, after 93 Strpet and passed a very pleasant ev- - years of life, the greater part of Jail has a number of ''Shiners" who enlnn, playing Hallowe'en stunts and which was spent in Ohio county, come from other quarters. In fact, making candj'. The following young yielded to - earth its mortal claims the business is being carried on In. people were present: aud gave back to eternity its Immor- various quarters, and if a number of violators have been coming fro.n McCarolyn Render, Geneva Black, Ru tal duo. monwealth's attorney Is not a politis victory. It does not make one by AA'esterfield. Belle King, pleasant Henry it is because the officer there-haEdith cal On account of a long and been doing his duty. The offense party stronger nor the othor party Peard ficana AA'elch, Gala B. Henrj', relationship with the elder Mason weaker and Mr. Smith as a citizen of Helen AVesterficld and aKtheryn An- and a morei recent one with his hon- Is widespread and it the'local officers-wil- l do their duty "Shiners" 'vlll bo your county is worthy of and should derson, Mortle Walker, Robert Bar- - ored son, the nows of Mr. Mason's receive your vote. Remember your nett, C. B. Carden, Jr., Ernest An- death came to us with a peculiar note gathered in from the ends of 'tho earth. Constable Bob'Qulsenberry of home man when you go to the polls derson and A. K. Anderson, Jr. of sadness. m in. Tuesdaj'. as a nov'ce on the Olaton, has been making a good, AVhen the writer lately? and if we had l fc CROMWELL FARMER LOSES , Ropubllcan county committee!, Mr. showing constables hunting moon- - . BARN AND PROPERTY BY FIRE Mason, venerable as a member sat to ARRESTED FOB BOOTLEGGING bootleggers we would. offer the sure council that can come shiners and Constable J W. AVllson, otthls The barn of Mr. B. F. Fleener, a only with age, and we shall not soon Icature an army ot them. No, Bob, city, aTrested Clarence AVhlte," at farmer living near Cromwell, burn- forget his earnest and enthusiastic we were rather complimenting you as Broadway, last Friday on a warrant ed Monday night. Besides the barn, advice on such occasion. Too, we an officer than indicting your neighcharging AVhlte with bootleggingr which was a valuable one, Mr. Fleen- recall when hnvlng occaslpn In the borhood, and wo guess it is much as The prisoner was placed In Jail here, er lost a number of other outbuild- long ago to pass his farmhouse, and you say, a rounding up of the felings, two good horses, many farm often .getting a drink from the cooling lows thereabouts rather than tho fellows there; but you know wo. tools, feed etc. The total loss ex- waters of his well. ASSESSMENT NOTICE by moro Mr, Mason is survived by his wife, newspapers must have a headquarters To the taxpayers of Centcrtown, ceeded tho Insurance carried AVe accept your stateand Point Pleasant pre- than J1000. The fire originated and one sou, Mr. I. S. Mason, Prin- to date from. Smallhous evening and no cipal of the Cromwell consolidated ment that one attending a. Sunday cincts, I, or one of my deputies will about 7:00 in the school at your place, aye, wo. are, be at Centcrtown Saturday the 5th, clew to tho origin has been discov- school. willing to swear to it before Fluke, Is one of the best and Monduy and Tuesday the 7th and ered Mr. Fleener I who is a notary, and will swear you complete tho assessment of nnd most prosperous fanners of tho JAIL BREAK ATTEMPTED 8th, to to anything and swear to it himself community and had no enemies. Tlease meet us said precincts. SOMETIME DURING SUNDAY if it will accommodate a friend, would, promptly. . havo to drink from a rnilroaad ditch Mr H. D. Taylor of Beaver Dam, D. E, AVARD. Tax Corn'r. O. Co. get even a dring otwater in your By L. T. BARNARb, Dept. Tax has gone to Hlbblpg, Mtnn."to visit , Soma time during the day Sunday to the eight jailbirds attempted to gain town, but we Just had to date our his ton. . Comr. their liberty by sawing, trough the Canary reports from somewhere, and Sunday afternoon why not from McHenry? "Anyway, ,bars "of the-jal- L Tichenor entered the wq were putting McHenry on tho whun Jailer jail togive'the Inmates their sup- map. per, he kicked the bars as is his custom and heard tha hollow rattle MOZART CLUB that Invariably attests tampering WKnn mil- - n.mnf'mt"r friends turn to lvinc on either with the bars and, on examination, ' On AVednesday afternoon Novemof second the' Into. their Republican or Democratic opponents by spme chance found threo bars sawed nearly ques- ber tho Dam High Mozart Club Its School had Heaver Qonatm- - ?tnnlnv'o oriiamnioninGr that The inmates wero called and . , o wv..wj w (JCI UClJiS Uliuull kiwxnvv tioned, but as Li the Invariable cus- lirst meeting of tho year of 1921. discredited cause they turn to liquor. Just now some tom, none of them knew of any ef- Now officers vt rp elected foj tho Democrats who ought to.know better and, in fact.do kno.w fort to tamper with tho bars. Since . 'in fli" year. .' !s Nmn F. Jack- -. n j loader, ".'is routine Taylor better, are circulating a report that the Republicans are this Incident the inmates have had am'nir tn a niiant itv of linuor. This statement is a plain, to perform their dally ablutions was roelected as president with Miss unvarnished lie. and the parties . whol.l-v-are circulating it without boap, as the use of soap to Katheryn Moorman as Secretary and Program .. & 1 Ta. ! nnl a .riaiar . fill tip tho snwouts deadens the sound Treasurer. Crowder andCommittee, IS Klim, a. Know 11 lO D6 SUCII. .. Maurlno When tho Jailer makes his sound test, Misses Alma -- ter of a similar lie that was circulated on Lrnest Birkhead Baker; Entertainment Committee, when that gentleman was a candidate for the nomination Undo A'lrgo Stewart of McIIonry, Misses Bertie Renfrow and Anna 'ElAVallSco.' against Charlie Carden for the Democratic nomination for wii3 Jn town AVednejday ,and wa liott; Edlor, Miss Lena bo hb'Ul'wIth The" next meoting will his eight .fine, sheriff. A report was circulated that Mr. Birkhead was loo' !ng Uncle de.i3i'c he wasn't un Miss Jackson on Decomber 17th. Tho A'irg5 not only using liquor in his campaign but was actually sell- years. then wus a husky boy when following are members ot the club: undo ing whisky. The man or men who circulated that story wolves roamed tho fprists In the old Alma Crowder, Lena AVallace, Jesso were either wilful liars or else were too hopelessly ignorant "Caney Precinct" country, and was Mercer, Nellie Blair, Dorothy Anna Elliott,' Bertie Ronfrow, for any story they might tell. In all stnmg un" v,'. 'OU9 when tho Nv th to command higher moral and South were calling for volunteers Virginia McKenney, Lucilo Baker, of Ohio county there is not a gentleman of Malcolm Casebler, Ke'loy Virge character or a more exemplary citizen than Ernest Birk- Unclerebellion,toted fair In the war of Frank Commye Davies,"Maurlne Bar and stayed home to Barnes, thq head, and if he was not exempt from slander and calumny help take care of the women and chil- ker, Corlnno, Taylor, Iva Rentier, from members of his.own party, it is hardly to be expected dren, a virtue not to be neglected, af- Kathryn Moorman. . that a Republican candidate should fare, better at the ter all. lie Is one of the ol'ns now i"i ! preachers or, sin- and it is good to see thp old and Mr. Tom Owen of Hetlln, was lu hands of the characterless calumniators, J"-town Wednesday. honored landmarks sUU'with us. . such reports. e m more-faithfu- - -- LIQUOR LYING !.. L..nL ni 1- 1- ll 1- HUi; to AVil-llan- iB, rpect - 'j ners who circulate w :Y QUK.STION8 ANSWKKRI) lo find that there are still some tsuvTotumrjuH .WAGON TO A STAIl young women that have not lost their heads over the latest dance stops I'ooil I'urpote SnnlN the real meaning of the word Que.i. Can snails be eaten? Ans. " vrwinrp'anUhypapors whcro our homo." They can, but wo beg to be excused. V, nirA3iSnil,tliuHon. (Jlovcr II. Cary one of precisely thirty-nin- e That's In France and Mediterranean counmiltfZsiXaB),' i making qultp a stir In letters from men which came to me as a rtft3T3Mca1 n orlrt these day. Ho Is after I'd published a plea from a girl tries they are especially popular very delicacy and nre considered tow aihntorrallt candIdnto' 'ir . to know If she was doon ntnrnoy of tliib District who wanted home unloved and un- healthful. In this country thoy nro not popular, though attempts havo n ed to sit at tMBfcw. nH Is now mnUli.B sought forever because she Isn't mod- been made to cultlvato a taste for irxoSHcnK vwmpaljtn throughout tin' paint and powder and them. A less conuucndnblo use to em wKiiiti'js aiovcr siiro loves "playdoesn't tho game" after the fashion of which they aro sometimes put In EuIs fiiixrt) Ink. 'especially when It (J. so many of today's daughters. ropean countries Is the furnishing of (wpmacOtsiiaMvupon tho letters. "Where are the men who like a creamy mucous which, produces a II KZ m plojul with printers Ink . girls?" she asked. close Imitation of cream. Tho oil I bio know, nntl has never been onrK-.awsyouths ironi va. And thirty-nin- e n.&i'rwot .It iff "his hands since. rious parts of the country wrote In snail was a favorite article of food (lfcnih'6rV.ho.wcre In business with telling mo where these men are and among the ancient Ilomnns. It Is ainni jufconl clhat venture). Ono registering their admiration for a girl "x'enslvely cultivated In France as a food. t&skms .ta framed In tho newspaper type. That of tho simple, home-lovin- g We state It as our honest belief Ten Tasting, n Profession prsau w astho valuo of n Rood press to answer her question bet- that the tobaccos used in ChesteriUa itnuw Imaf nroaa iseoms Ques. n.nt ' What Is a "tea taster"? "" '''.Titer than any nssufance of mine can Ans. A person who ascertains the .aKrvt.n field are of finer quality (and employ wswrE-tfouaquote again what - -lJnxnr".ns high ambitions. It Is ""-said to her nnd what Is borne out quality of tea by tasting It. This Is hence of better taste) than in any I tamo of his school teachers by the testimony of all these eager a profession in Itself. As a rule, tea other cigarette at the price. .oir jjrmv fatherly friend once put youths who long to know Just such a tnstcrs do not live to n rlpo ofd nge; Liggett ic Myers Tobacco Co. they die comparatively young from riSscur'JSRoid upon Tils head nnd told girl. wagon to a star," effects of poison taken Into their sysSafijnittcrilltch his "Don't be discouraged, my dear." tem. They never smoke, as this ? 3A&&XP8 "ho rnn across that I told her. "There ifre plenty of men t; would nffect their palates. When searching for whp are looking for a simple, home- g Secret of ..Sot .a grammer school lovlng girl and who will appreciate Ques. Can swords really bo swalmade such address, and It you when they come to know you. jjttijoinjnesslon upon his Httlo brain Don't change your standards, for lowed ?Ans. Though In many cases a soap Torth-wlt- h this Is done by Illusion, thero aro othsecured diTr your character Is part of you and It fenraCTs3u' attaching wooden wheels would be like cutting off your right ers with no trickery connected with So.SrYkssnn looking up for his star. arm lo loivor your belief in all tint It. In the former tho sword or of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended knife blade merely pushes up sinto .axCtvKt the hum of the printing is flm and swct'" g7K5 .Mtmcd the star to which ho Many a gltl might read that uii'l the handle which is usually quite long jhd gives the appearance of nclng rasp, .and wc readily recall say: wtlX2 , wallowed, or tho StVord Is p.usid xc Itof years rhnck when that news-xwa-woman. She can't "Oh, she's a over the .shoulder uid boluud tin "was launched at know how the men feel. And she's bfick. When the feat Is genuine a Xi. 3L C. as editor. Wo and priggish. It's all creiabi:r '.how that star scorched right to preach, but a girl wants to blunt blade 12 to 13 inches in length ArncrfiEl'Us way across tho sky for be popular, to be sought aftor, to Is used. The throat Is toughened by ix.Sitx. tpjmsJcs, and then how It sudden-istlxxxi- have a good time. The men like tho constant practice nnd rubbing with would be wiser it ho put his mono TIIK GKKMA.V MAKIC various chemicals. The blade is rub- find some ground for the persistent .uud what anlus was painted dolls and take them out. So In a less uncertain venture. belief, one scientist held tho theory "Sr-'bed with a piece of flnnnel to waim ween Us members. We to the what's the use of clinging and clean It. The head Is thrown that tho Ice Age mny havo been ro- jalwr. Miaawolwer how mitny good gone out of stype?" Neuralgia ot the face, shoulder, have jJiOjECJibers had paid for the Ideas that Nobody is willing to overlook: the bnck us far as possible and the blado sponsible. Great tracts of th earth hands, or font requires a powerful Hut tho teFttmouy or the thlrty-nin- o carefully lowered Into the. wcre onco covered with of Ico chanco to make some "easy money." throat. Sjosua-.-sTreturned That star of men counts for something, does jor vast tnicKness. in this ico were And anybody with n few hundred romedy that will prvnetrnto tho flesh. rnimnffsc hope went Into eclipse it not? The ltlble and Shakespeuro. imprisoned such enormous quantities dollars lying idlfc will listen atrcn-tivel- y Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses statf jwrcroiing ""Excelsior" 'must of Ques. Ar& there moro words in the powor. Rubbed In whero tho Of courso there are plenty of men to schemes by which the Invest- that another star to which he who like "pep" and "Jazz" and all Bible than in Shakcphearc's writ- of water that tho level of the oceans qulto low, leaving large areas of ment of a small sum will yield large pain Is folt Is all that Is necessary to-sank tcuwSta lch Us little wagon the thoughtless," careless gayety so ings? Ans. Tho Bard's writings land uncovered. One of these un- returns. cry often the speculative relievo suffering and reatoro normal. X-- .- xitocatlonal field next caught Include 814, 7S0 words as compared covered poihons, many girls affect today. Hut are they he suggested, might instinct, when played upon by "rea- conditions, l'rlco 30c, GOc nnd $1.20 ts3$Sr .svml that great star loomed "marrying men?" Could they sup- to 733,692 In the James I. Bible. have been the Islud of Atlantic. Tho per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug sonable" arguments, runs riot .failing Company. $tvjRjrs-iJnthat he lassoed ono of port a wife if they had one? And Shakespeare's plays number over m U'Rclnrn rnnittiTitna rt Pttrnnu tirtil tiio,' characters; one of whom (Ham-Ut- ) eastern mountains of North America to gho way to caution and a duo aai4wass.ftnd "wo find him Installed would the dancing society man be at amount of investigation. Take, for -- 5s2vx:uwfl of the Calhoun school. good to a wife if he could support has 11,610 words to speak. 'Ham- aro salt! to be fragment of Irregular bowel movements lead to the great Statn- - 3omp 'iio made there. No lit her? let' is his longest play, containing us l mnilTitnlii rnnttou nt tut mt'etortniia example, the speculation iu the Ger- chronic constipation and a constipatman mark. AteuUMi ?uQ country school for his, ed habit fills the system with impuIt isn't the number of invitations it does 3980 lines, while tho "Comedy AtanlIg when a good political pull a girl gels to a rabarot that make of Errors" is the shortest, with 1777 Tho amount ot muney invested tn rities. Herblno Is a groat bowel vsrKcia jrrca rt one of the best schools for her future happiness.. It Isn't linos. A Good r"ong!i Medicine for Children marks by Americans is estimated at regulator. It purifies tho system, vi(Ski tie, anty. "What mattered It It Many of talizes the blood and: puts the Introducing n Hill Tn Congrcs the dance partners she can be sure Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Kedon, Gn., a hundred million dollars. fin, n f.ttl lm ( ."""""- - ml I M rli.nu 3iml no teaching experience' of or the motor trips she goes on that ,,, t M. Floyd, the merchant theInvestors aro people of Teutonic '"-organs In flno vigorous con" "" " "'"cltluor I lr house, or 1'""origin or sympathy, with faith tn dition, l'rlco 60c S rasafT that. Hut let us passdo anvthlng t0 lnsure a B,rl.s futuro congress through Sold by Ohio there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's p KI& sss quietly and as consid- - igalnst loneliness or to assure hoi triust it first come up in the house of cough Remedy and said she had Germany's ability to recover finan- County Drug Co. m representatives? cially. Many moro nro peoplf who car3)atFai we can over that short Ans. It may orlg-nat- e bought a of a home and the Joy that comes of bottle of it at his store reX.u educational sphere. Let a real have listened to the reasonable! arguin either house, unlss It is one cently and that It was doing her chilGermany is hard at work, t32?iflDisse avlio remember so vividly which provides for the raising of rev .sturdy, Ono stable, dren so much good that she wanted ment that aK?Tw:3!riciices lecall tho happon-llis?- ;' admirer Is worth all the casual invi- enue to support the government. In to keep up the treatment. You will and, being a thrifty nation will soon. W ssourse we remember his er or later recover Its tations in the world. Dut youth likes this case, owing to constitutional pro- find nothing better Miit2iJb:y for the Democratic noml-tfyz- a gayety and light and color, and the vision, It must first be introduced in colds in children or for coughs and In the meantime, whnt has been for yourself. It ItarCxunty School Superintend-59- S girl who hears other girls telling thn house. This was thought to br keeps history of A r,i',.i,i Investm n the cough loose, expectoration the fram-sr- s its- Sallowing year we believe it about their good times and their In- part of the wisdom exhibited by easy and soon frees the system from in mf.rks? When quoUt'oii of mark3 was resumed after thu war, according of the constitution, for the memtxfsu jFJt.I that was a Utile too close vitations is likely to forgt that most m the cold. bers of the house, coming fresh from tp Thomas B. Pratt, in the Annalist, , tSj Vtasss jiiliw two sail experiences of those good thus don't lead any.OfarMr tras kinder snowed under. they were worth from 7 4 to 8 beyond a tired feeling the the country every two years, might OFITIt $100,000 KOK where lie expected to know more clearly I . rzitvsiars had gone Into eclipse and next morning. (WXCKU CUItH cents apiece. Many bales of marks In Ame'rlca nnd oMio. 'Arutih&x must be found. Seemingly it As long as the world lasts human than the senate the wishes and leThe fight against cancer wilt com- had appeared speculation In tbfia besources of tho people. a short time nature will crave real companionvrzstr.hixe ju hand for iu "Black-DraugIs, In mand national attention during the count1!'.-!- and Tiost "AtlnntlV' a Supposed Myth Oil and gold specula Hon mtf onftitn,. llikl'liirA. wrSfcsaTilm hloomlng out into a ship and understanding. The glr! perfod between Oct. 30 to Nov. 5, came kccji medicine on the market," countcrpar Ques. Is thero a .country' named which will bo known ns In thi Jewyer; educated, trained who iongs to be Invited about and "national crazes nad their stales Mrs. R. H. While- - 121 ranii' easafaieei ovor night, a It wre. "Kho.vn a good time." has a bigger 'Atlantis?" Ans. A supposed Is- cancer week," when clinics and med- rush to profit by low foreign exside, of Keota.Okta: She r. VQiitiswl ig take months and months desire Jjehlnd her wish to be popular. land of that name is mentioned by ical conferences dealing continues: "1 liaurapain witlr the change. in my chest after eatlnz German industry is humming with to become a lawyer). At She keeps hoping that while she's I'latcTas the home of a gerat nation disease will be held all ovor tho T tight, uncomfortable feel Increasing velocity and millions of InurS ntt Xlnd the "young man with flitting around she'll meet the rlgb which was submerged by tho sea. It country. In anticipation of the pubing ana mis was very "tlniruacmge 'device, Excelsior" with man and get her chance at marrying was said to have existed thousands lic interest that will bo aroused, an marks aro held by Investors, yet the disagreeable and brought Xo Longfellow on his aim making a home. But the man of years ago in tho Atlantic ocean, anonymous donor has offered a prize mark has steadily declined in value. well ssimJmriis on headache. 1 was con- iated and knew it was :irwAt a tho rugged and cold moun- - who wants to marry and make a west of the Strait of Bibraltar, and of $100,000 for the discovery o' a On October 27 it was quoted at .56, izestion and inactive salu.sln. Mltli his star seemingly ev- - noma and make himself and a woman In size was, larger than Libya and cure for the disease. Tho offnr is which Is something like liver. I began the use of gvws tVsIn Minor. It wasr the reputed made through the Cosmopolitan Can- of its value after tho armlstico and ntj- - bnzrtwg brighter. For now he happy, isn't dancing his evoitlngt nlcht and home-oa great nation that con- cer Uesearch Society of BrooMvn of Its par value. HerD lisz,erv3xiniil tho atmosphere In which away. morning, and It sure is splendid and certainly LVjf. curM thrive, Is a mastery beyond tho ken ot many lie had been He knows better than to wear him- quered western Europe and Africa. N. Y. gives relief." holders of the paper. Why eliould the, to some, stifling self out Iu the pursuit of pleasure so Mythology sas the gods submerged it In the,seu to save humanity. The legthe mark continue on tho downward aoiea-dijrr- t Only jt Cold of practical politics the he won't bo fit for tlfe pursuit of grade la taco of a recovering GerAre yon 111? is often r.nswored Eflul iSint isNplajed with two faces: He's plodding ahead, to the end is accepted as true by a few, who purchase? Roth "StM :x. .mUt on the back and Jolly goal of his ambitions, and he's look- cite tho shallowness of the ocean at "Oh! It's only a cold," as If a cold many and world-wid- e you need his Vote, and ing for tho sweet, simple, home-lovin- g that point as proof, as well as his- was a matter of llttlo consequence these facts would point normally to trnru sp i:-.ctianvariiiyi you've won, fctab him In girl to share his nest o' dreams. torical records of the ancients. There but people aro beginning to learn a rise. investors, however, continue to buy girl docs aro some others who think it refers that1 a common cold Is a matter not 3ials!i: and lay the blame on some Maybe tho Hlsi'rJ'oiir' opponent If possible. not have a gay present, ut sho has as to an ea.rly discovery of America. Tho to bo trifled' with, that some of tho on the theory that the mark cannot imsw BLACK-DRAUGHworld, however, accepts the story as mo3t serlcus diseases aiart with a recede much farther, whllo on tho raT- - thinks he knows tho game promising future. to cold. As soon as th first indication of other hunt. i. hay go up. Reasona. myth. Tho Island, accorr'.'ns t- jwaMttr than his teacher. Perhap3 Crltias, "was tho passage to other a cold appears take Chamberlain's able as it sounds, this argument IgCiiiistlpatlon, ws aJJKtM 3iavo said teachers: Ono a Remember that tho nores tho fact that German printing xtete5r nail tho other tho unscrupu-ffm- y Most laxatives and cathartics 'af- Islands and to another continent, of Cough Remedy. onsooner you get rid of your cold tho presses are turning marks out by tho Jinhlnd tho room In Mc ford only tempoir-rrelief ar.d should which tho Mediterranean sea was of tho Jfctajnhy.lIo has absorbed quite a lio used only for that purpose. When ly tho harbor; and Egypt empireTyr- less tho danger, and this remedy will billions whllo the Gorman gold reand Atlantis reached to help you to throw It off, or ouch, but has you want permanent vqllef take in serve has dwindled to a very smalt Kfitiwal thn (jualitlcs For over seventy years jKK proportion of tho paper currency. yjuswr rwauhed the standard of oither. Chamberlain's Tablets and b? care- rhenian' Homer, Horace and some this purely vegetable g Obviously, no paper currency Is good 'IVfeiftuft nr young "Kxcelsior" now ful to observe tho directions with others tell of two "Atlantlcas," dis- IDLE 12 MONTHS, IS oreparatloti has been Hesprldes nnd the unless it has sound backing. Ssarifwr thrxmgh spaco at a oizzy each packuge. These tablets not tinguished as the found beneficial by thou- sii NOW BACK ON JOB the "Germany's payment of hor Sepitfjiisa! Mb little, wagon whools falr-tS- S only moro the bowels, but Imrove tho Elysinn Fields. Geologists say that run sands of persons suffer- - JvEj) Europe did 1 Installment or reparations," tember "J'o the State tog from effects of a tor- - Vw? appetite and strengthen tho diges- coast llnu of western "Only a man who has to work for says Mr. Prtt, "was coincident with r.tll or clniir-il!- ,. u term. (We never tion, m further In tho direction of America it.... f2yi thrtn now; but Its submergence seems a living knows what It means to get a jenewi'd outpouring of paper fg Hi raj-- : what Tor) . Thnn four years ago Indigestion, biliousness, WK:W o back on tho Job after not hitting a to havo taken place long before marks which raised tho circulation B3t colic, coated loncrue. diz. i&?v! ajniy pullod through au County times, so the, whole ancient story lick of work for u whole year. I lost of tho Relch3bank between August 20 zlncss, constipation, bitJWnnfTAir ir MeLeun. Js'ow ho has FLETCHER'S . FOR about the. lost Atlantis probably rests twelve mouths straight time on ac- and September 3, 1921, from iiiMxnnib- - iTiirjy Intoxicated with his ter taste, sleeplessness, tJ nn Rntnn leirond. but whether the count of stomach trouble. Ono of mnrka to 71,960,000,000 sp-vii 3j)d vlth hut off nnd hair lack of energy, pain ir same is based on facts Is impossible the vorst cases I guess man over murks, an Increase of 3,GOO,000,000 back, puffiness under the vJnl ho cries: "lUad us original had. Tanlac not only made me u marks In two weeks. In tho same The. eyes any or all of these fBaJv." JanoAVillls Then you really think now to determine. idea was that tho Island was of im- well man again but built me up 1!) period the Reichsbank gold reserve symptoms often indicate , '.'Stiff uy ihal If by any chunco her complexion Is natural. and beauty, with many pounds In wolglit. a I am writing all was roduced from 1,091,543,000 to that there Is something "nntMl&xel 'Jxi iilccted to 'the offlco ho Mario Oh, yes. Sho has worn it mense" size large cities, and nations having my friends In other cities to tell 1,023.708,000 marks. Tho gold !( Uih will be fairly beside go lonj; the matter with your ;niro. that I'm sura she wouldn't strange Some them of the wonderful news." Is microscopic." luws and'.cuistoms. liver. You can't be too ifaimwirarlth imy and his next step up look unturnl without It. Milwaukee The above statement was made by There Is no doubt that tho reparawiltors have gono so far as to say It careful about the nftdi-ein- e be tho Times. G2&- - "Vuilitev ail lame shall was larger than Europo and Asia, George B. Lowe, wolljcnown employee tion payments which, will continue for you take. Be sure ify Uiim't make us laugh. II tGkiWBuuJitu J and have given descriptions of the of ihe Goodyear Tiro nnd Rubber Co., many years seriously handicaps the that the name, 'ThcU-ford- 's This Means You. It's u JlioHasit to goudhb-sti kind of clothing the people wore and living nt 451, McGowan St., Akron, recovery of Germany's finances. Nor, Is Vftxs. 'Qultit u Tew of his friends at ' Is a continued flow of pupcr money af on the package. At all When you get up with a bad taste tho money they usod. The story goes Ohio C!x&an "have een practicing up on bandTanluc Is sold tn Hartford by I)r happy onion for mark holders. In druggists. ofh- - K4B.nd til the woids Governor in your mouth, a dull tiled feeling, that the Inhabitants of Atlantis ed together and grew strong und war- L. II. Bean and by nil leading drug-glu- ts view ot the Rolchslmnk's condition, (Cxjx&r-SCJnato-ro Non's, no relish for food and are constipatAccept Only everywhere. Advertisement. It seoms clear that Investment Iu the ' ed .you may know that you ueod n like, nnd Invaded Europe and Africa. m German mark Is no royal road to the Genuine. Hut fate was unkind to them beZUKtttUM'VlKlllUNKI) dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They OlIU1 Dick You and your sister aro riches. It cannot be said that the. not only cause an ngreeablo move- cause of their wickedness; torriblo J. 73 i 1 mark will never recover, but the pro. ment of tho bowels, but cleanso and earthquakes and floods occurred, and twins, aren't you? KttySfleatrlco Fairfax. Tooi-used to be, but now she's cess Is bound to bo long nnd tedious. HivSEPcMti jK t;u 'wtiny much pleased while Invigorate tho stomach and Improve In a single day and night Atlantis , k'MIKs'w'k On the whole, the small investor MR H rviVI KZ.' ui was swallowed up. In attempting to five years younger than I am. xoaiwlrjis jruur column a few days ago the digestion, and-kno- vn fenr Taste is a matter of tobacco quality n . '"' aJE ma-tA- Suord-Swallowln- Ch esterh eld CIGARETTES rr Cal-Kier- 1H sM nv-S- S. or , sttr-iist'Sis-- at 1,-2- I "' ' .Ytv-Tiv- iX i"' 1 t,,i per-ivuSt- hlgh-princlpl- equll-brlum- wmwmm m m For Torpid ht - 3-- Liver il uTswf 1 (&) 2S Ulack-urauz- ht. f sue-ces- s. Thedford's T 3vr y (f$) ' Children Cry C AS TO R hls-toi- vf i. s Black-Draugh- t," We ffi!SttSBW 1- -. GREAT GAME IS ADVERTISING FEEBLE BLOOD ' ' CfiEStfreBi ' SARA'S- - OIL STOCK ftAYDOLD. Hat Developed Until Today It Call for the Servicci of Trained PATRICK HENRY By GRACE R. WORKS HAVOC rf Expert. Cry for Retcher ar yu pppppppppw . By H. LOUIS 1111, It ilcCluro Nuripaper Syndicate) "There l" exclaimed ulm Chester, turning the hey In tliu olil lock. "That's overt" lie tin mix dowti the trim, m(li, out tlirutiKli .the gate, mill nloiig tliu elmshmletl (II rt ruml that led to tliu nil I road (stabug-slu- tion. Ko Intuit wns he on aliening the afternoon train to tliu city that he fulled to notice the. film girl coming up Just helilml him, mid ahe, at his disregard, merely sighed without quickening her pace to mertnke him. nhlllty, the In.st she would eer nee ot John Chester. Nor did she need the "1'or- - Sale" 6lgn which John hud Just tucked up to know what for days had heen town Kovylji that the hint of the Chestera had rejected the manner of living of his father mid was going to the city to Miek his fortune. Hut, hecnu.so of It. fhe sighed. Not that there Imil cut heen ti lou- - uffnlr between them. '!, Ah the ilnyj pushed, the sign of the (buttered old Chester houe, font showing .Mgus of mioceuvaiicy, Brew to trouble Snrn. The farm, unsold and untenanted, won running; down. This fact, coupled with reports which drifted hack rrom the city thnt John Ches--J- n tcr's fortune mih proving elusUe, and that he was shifting from one job to another, tormented her with a kene of the wusto of j;ood iniiterlul and of her own Impotency In the mutter. Came a Runny day In late March when .Sum cast n bombshell at the feet of the aunt with whom she lived. "Aunt Julie," blie gine out (.usually over her cup of tea, "I'm going to In the city." fciicnd next week-en"Sural" her ituut't voice was startled. "Of all things, Sara t" "Yes, that's Just what I'm going to do," returned. Sara unperturbed. "And furthermore do you remember those oil block certificates that Cousin Jenny left mo? Well, I'm going to tnke Who known, pel Imps' them along. they're not as worthless ns I've thought them. Just suppose " nnd her blue ejes grew dreniny, "perhaps they will bring mo my fortune 1" Now It happened that several days lifter this conversation there walked Into the outer olllee of Whitby & Whitby, brokers, u shabby looking youth with tired Hues about his eyes uml mouth. A bound of voice from "Mbe Inner olllee usMirod blm that his cmplojer was occupied, nnd bitting down ut a dingy desk he rested bis bead on bis band while bis thoughts , traveled backward, over the discouraging months. Whf.rn vni ln lmntlftil? '.'hls nil but questionable tlrm In whO'e employ be was ut present held out no futuro for him. Little by little, taught by bitter experiences he bud learned how untitled bo was to compete with men trained for their Jobs. Into Ids meditations crept memories of home, of green fields tilled by bis father and bis grandfather and Ids grandfather's father, of substantial barns, of the cheery homely dwelling. And with those, visions arose persistently the picture of a person, the certain slim, blue-eyeplnymuto of bis boybod, whom, In Ids feverish pursuit of fortune, be bud nil but forgotten. John Chester sat suddenly upright. Who In thunder was In the. Inner o talking with old Whitby? " yes, I hoped," went on u, plaintive voice that awoke In blm li sudden, tremendous response, "to realize something on this stock. You see, I have n chiinco to make a splendid Investment. I can buy the bid Chester place back home. It Is a farm farmed for generations by men who knew how to husband the resources of the soil. Uut If these certlllcates are worthless, as you say " And then followed the suave tones of his employer. "Just so much waste paper, my dear young lady. Too bad." A moment later tjie door opened 'and John, risen to his feet, met the gnze of Sara Cary. level, blue-eye"I wl(i why, Snrul" was all he managed. Then: "Walt let me walk a way with you." f Tor several blocks through the streaming Into afternoon tralllc of which neither was aware, they walked - eljcntly. Sura was tho first to speak. "John," sho Said gently, "the tho bluets nro up In tho swump piece. Itemem-be- r Ami Dutchmen's Itreechcs. how' wo used to go nfter them?" "Do I?" exclaimed John fervently. Then bo turned Impulsively. "Sural" ha cried, "I'm I'm sick of It all the hurry, the noise, tho crowds. I'm oh, Sara, I'm going hack homo I" But not until their very wedding day did John learn tho real secret of Sara's trip to the city. "I can't hear to think," bo had chanced to nay us' they stood for u moment side by sldo porch of tho on tho clcmatls-drapeold homestead after u simple ceremony at Sara's homo, "of you, my darling, traveling ubout the city trying to get J riu or woruiiess oiu siock. iou nceu a husband to keep jou from such things." Hut Sura threw back her brad with n merry laugh. "Why, John Chester 1" die cried guyly, "of course I knew were no good. Ouly well, those tvtbey furnished mo with u prop-- cr excuse for going to tho place I huiL You see, heard you were employed. If once I saw you, 1 thought, I -d d of-flcd d She Hlghed tieeiiuse It viih, In ull prob-- " Advertising Is a game. ItuMness In Its stake. No other gnme hits greater r.ost or Importance. Too ninny business men play It cnrelessly. ' Competition Is the great Instructor. Itun your eyes over the advertisements of today nnd you will find them showing u skill nnd Ingenuity welt deserving the nnmu ot art. The titles read like news bends nnd have tho nppenl of news. The copy Is terec nnd rendnble. It tells people unmistakably how they ran economize; where they can buy the best goods, for tho leapt money and with the least Inconvenience tb themselves. Everyone wntits to economize now. Tho advertisement which does not promise economy might lis well not be written. We see n Judicious use of space nnd npproprlutetiess of display that makes each .modern good iiihcrtlscment a classic. If one should compare them with those that were set n few years ngo he would be surprised at the Improvement. And yet there nr slovenly advertisewhich ments still, advertisements merely tnke room ami exhibit tho backwardness of those who pay for . them. The best skill In nny gnme Is only Attained by trained experts. Others may have good Mens nnd llnshcs of luck. Hut only the expert knows how to use good Ideas for the maximum ot result without relying on luck. New York Mall. OLIN. I, Qude's Itil, by McClur Pcpto-Manga- n Nwiipt dnwiied-ieluctant-l- Will .syrJu'ato.) TOOK THE KISS SERIOUSLY Ro- According to French Scientist, the mans Had Three Distinct Way of Specifying It. J hoped jYou I" did," .'a Id her husband and ( sred her tenderly. "Fntla'r," she called, "It's terrible clubbing rate with the Memphis' Weekly CommereSsS hot out this morning, you'd better CUENEV have an egg and some coffee to brace MEDICINE. befcro FRANK J.subrcilbed In Appeal by which we will furnishVboth papers forces.-Sworn to me and jou up. Come on, we're Just sitting my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1SEG. A. W. OLEASON. vear for the low nrice of ' down." (Seal) Notary Public. Hall's Calarrh Medicine la taken In, "I'll bo out In n minute. Nelllo," tho ternally and acis through the Blood on voice Inside had answered. the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send It was quite some live minutes later for tPStlTonlnls, free. " r. J CHENEY & CO-- , Toledo, O. that the ltalT family suffered a severe Sold hy all (IniKKlRts, 7Ec. shock. They had heard the warning HaU'o Family Pills or corJtlpaticn. un--- I of bteps, but they were altogether prepared for the apparition that stood the Iar.gES il The Commercail Appeal is one x She had seen ber WON'T KESIG.V SAYS 'In the doorway. CIIAIHMAX WHITE .and best papers in the South and we hope buMiand's ejes fairly bulge over his coffee cup, nnd had beard Juniors exmany new subscribers on this Offer. One doIJarsssS cited exclamation, before sire turned St. Louis, Oct. 31 George White seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers- - SentEiai to look. of Marietta, Ohio, chairman of the "Patrick Henry Gramlman," she Democratic National Committee, toyour subscription now. Don't delay. crlell, quite Ignoring tliu 'familiar day Issued n formal statement that "father" In her wonder. "Wherever In tho world did you get he had no intention ot retiring from tho line duds nnd where, I ask, are the chairmanship at this time "unless Turk as a "Goat Herder." all elements in the party can agree , The famous gout herder of primitive you going?" For answer, Mr. 1'atrlck Henry upon someono to succeed me." The countries who sells bis milk by the Jar or cup from the goat skin bng on hW Grandmuu advanced Jauntily Into the statement came prior to the meeting room. of tho committee here tomorrow to bnclc has Ids modern prototype It His eyes were twinkling, but when take stock of the party's assets and of a chap who appeared on the he spoke bis tone was calmness Itself. to discuss future plans.. Bowery wild the New York Sun. "Nellie," he said, Mid you think Among committeemen present the Slung over bis shoulder was a large your olil dad was content to wear old NEW LIFE FOR OLD CLOTHES white metnl container similar In shape togs and work In the factory for twen- probability of "all elements" coming to the gont skin bag and from one end ty dollars u week, when I worked full to a common mind on a new leader of which protruded a spigot. The top time? wns declared to be remote. Chairman When Cleaned and Pressed turn. of the contnlncr 'was guyly festooned "Did yon think 1 wanted to be sep- Whito, it was said, intends to make with flowers anil flagranti for three r.ny efthe Hoffman Sanitary cents tho peddler would tnke a small arated from your blessed mother? a determined fight to defeat paper cup from his pocket and draw a But I was tld, hand und foot. First, fort to unseat him, it such should de1 was sick, und then your mother, then velop. It is tho concensus, however, Steam Press. glass of milk for the thirsty youngster, or pusserby. The carrier of the metnl they cut us down to half a week's that no su(h fightx would develop, it container woro n bright red turban work and I had my trade and could wns explained. do nothing else. d on his bend. Ills trousers were cleanitiE: Senator Pat Harrison, ot Mississipi Wo have the best equipped and most "Well, Nellje, to make a long story musof the saino color nudjhls holding the proxy of Miss Henrietta pressing establishment In this section of the state. Promifc: tache of the kind figured In litho- short, I've been working on an Inven- Mitchell, first-clafrom committeowoman srvlco guaranteed. Special attention given to. parct-F.tion. I've thought of It und dreamed graphs of the ferocious Turk. t; sorvlco and all work guaranteed. packages. We-- give It and at Inst my dream has come Mississippi, came in with 'Chairman of 1 signed the Declaration Harrison, with E. White. Senator true. Nellie, 0UK 1MUCES Nice Choice of Words. of Independence last night when I H. Moore of Young3town, Governor! Cleaned nnd I'rcshed Young James and the still younger sold it to the government." He placed Cox's manager before the San Fran-i William were engaged In u violent n roll of bills, at her plate. cisco convention which nominated the MEN'S LIST during which blows had "Celebrate tomorrow," be told her. latter for President, will compose. apbeen exchanged, when their futher $1.5rs Men's Suits (2 piece) "But, father,'" broke In,Jdrs. Ituflf, Chairman White's general staff In peared. "you aren't going to leavo me. I ...". r. . . . 1.7G Men's Suits (3 piece) case itls necessary for tho chairman "Why, boys," he said, In a pained won't " , $l.f0 Overcoats, medium parental tone, "what does this mean?" Patrick Henry Grnndman raised his to make a fight to retain his posi t $l.?Sk Overcoats, heavy and long Mr. Moore was expected hore-tion. "I don't care," sobbed William,,, a baud. .little conscious of superior virtue. "He LADIES' LIST you. girl, I had signed later In the day. "Didn't I tell Senator Carter Glass of Vinglnia staffed It I He said he said I was a tho Declaration of Independence? Dresses, plain liar I" Your mother and I will never be nnd Thomas B. Love of Texas recog, 5L.TS. Dresses, with drapo , "Why, .Tames I Whnt n thing to sny bossed again." He patted her hand, nized among the leaders of tho Whito r$2".2E Dresses, fanpy ns he spoke, nnd for the tlrst lime his Qposltlon, hao arrivod and nro con- -' about your llttlo brother!" , . rs Coot Suits, plain $XJ0fr James hung his bead. "Well I daughter could find no answer. ferrlng with various committeemen, f .' didn't sny exactly that, father," he ?UIE- Coat Suits, with drapo And meaiiwhllc, down In Ellen's Senator Harrison, discussing the pes- - j And, In answer to a house some sixty odd miles away, a explained. ; $1.60 ut? Sklrts, pleated .N . . . $MO further question, "I Just said that ho little old Indy was smoothing down albllities ot a fight on Chairman , Coats, long didn't remind mo nny of George Wash- her soft black silk, and white laces, White, said: "This is no time for the' ?&& Velvet Suits Steamed Ho Democratic party to divide-.- " ington." Harper's Magazine. with bands that shook. .T& Waist, fancy "No, thank you, Kllen," sho wns say- anticipated thnt opposition to Chair-- j nan Whito would not develop serious-- 1 ing. "I don't want to do it myself. Getting off Easy. SUNSHINE CLEANING & PRESSING CO?., Agitated Stranger Here, ' take this Patrick always liked It tho way I IIHODES & LONG, Props. did It." Chairman White's formal statedollar. v Leitchfteld, Kentucky. It was rather an awestruck llttlo ment follows: Head Walter Yes, sir. Do you wish throng that watched them depart the "This meeting is called to hear re8 table? Tho flag waved proudly ports of my' work as chairman which Agitated Stranger 'Heavens; no. next day, Hut when I pnraclc up here with three from their uutoinoblleK and around Includes reports of headqunrtors girls you Just suy there Isn't a table them nud above them burst firecrack- bureru, to discuos party policy nnd ing party harmony and the conduct. sloner ot intcruul revenue;; Sit!cc-o- f left and there won't bo one before ers nud tho crack of Jlmmle Junior's to mako plans tor futuro operation. tho committee's affairs solely In I Glass of Virginia, and. Uwaaur teu-t- ho about next Wednesday noon. From pistol. Thcoo objects Include taking up Interest of the party as a whole. gresaman Scott Forrte or OtBrtwaiwr-- i "Denrest," ho whispered, as tho big Life. matters of finance and making pro "I would choorf ully make way for i Mr. AVhito stated ttiu fuiifcUi'P-suc- h red cur rolled off, "e've got good a successor. fairs of the committee fiivalvaAUak- ichildren,, but I'm glnd we are going to visions thctefor and to discuss poli Preparedness, "My solo interest nud ambition In ftclt of approximately bo together, Just you and I." tical conditions throughout tho countSi,9CtvaLK. 'Do you keep football requisites "Putrlck Henry," exclaimed his try. ma cuuiriiiuiiBiuiJ is ill iuu nuttono um of. which represented U!iiiK&t& .xy hoie?" wife, anxiously, "you didn't tell 'em ''Concerning published reports tho Democratic party, harmonious several years ttnndlng.-- . "Yes, everything In that Hue." that, did you, dear?" -- 1 with rcferenco to my retirement, I and undivided." "Then vviup mo up a bottle ot "Of rouo not, darling." The cor- hnvo.no Idea of submitting niy reslg ThoKo' mentioned ns possible can- arnica, a book of courtjilaster Jiuil au ners of his mouth deepened suddenly. nnnsllug. I'm going to play In u "I'm Just telling you, dear. 'Give mo nation at this time, unless nil elo- - tfMites for tho chairmanship in case FOR FLETCHERS: .pt Is urndo to unseat Mr. White, I"! sftotTw." llbvrlj or give uie deuth," quoted Pat imonts in tho party can ngreo upi JJoBt.iu mutch j someone to succeed mo, thus assur- ., Danlol H. Itonvr, former commls- r.cli Heurjf. physiological subjects to lending French periodicals, 1ms written un article for the Forum In which lie tracos the development of the kiss ns a social custom from earliest history. "The first manifestations of the kiss encountered hi literature," says Doe-to- r Mnlespino, "are those which are furthest removed from the kUs of homage, appear rather ns ceremonies, tlmn us natural and spontaneous expressions of sentiment. The Itlhlo shows us pagans kissing their idols. The (Irceks nnd Itomans had a special veneration for statues; there was at Agrlgeutii, according to Ckero. a marvelous statue of Hercules, of which the llw in id i lie elfin wore completely worn awny by tho "Uevottons of the faithful. "The IlonimiK, ns well ns the Greek1", knew the kiss In nil Its perfections. Their physiological wealth in this regard, is an added proof. Without counting the diminutives they had three words specifying the kiss: The osculmn corresponds to whir we should call the kiss of frlci.lilp; the basluui, more tender, was the Mss of relatives, and of husband .unl wife; finally, the savlum applied to .the kisses of lovers." Dr. Millie Mnlespino, n scientist of Lyons, France,' nnd a contributor on The third ot July und sultry. Outside, the sounds of the day were already heard. limbic, the Hnff Hut was commencing to show signs of the beginning of the dully routine. Mrs. ltaff, smart In her morning dress of striped blue and white, was putting the finishing touches to little Anna's and the baby's toilet. "Jlmmle," she called to James, Jr., "didn't jou'cnll gramlpu, yet?" " "Sure," answered the heir; "but grandpa says he ain't going to eat any breakfast this morning; ho sujs he's got a 'gagoment." "A what?" with a puzzled frown. "A 'gagement," shrieked Jlmmle, above the clatter of the dishes, no, he vigorously set the breakfast table. "He means an engagement," explained Itnfr, Sr with u grjn. "Where do you" suppose the old boy's going?" "I iiin't be guessing now," replied his wife. '"He ain't going to see mother until tomorrow. Jim," she added, lowering her voice, "this Is the second time tills week he's gone without his bre.nkfnst; the other time he had au engagement, too." "Hint anything?" '".'': hfm, he's as mum ns n clam. It Kllr-t.'house whs not so far away I would suspect him of going to see nutlr. lie's getting pretty restless lately, I've noticed. Mr3. Hnff sighed in a grieved fashion. "We can't have everything we v.ant In this world," she continued. Now, wouldn't I love to go to Mien's for the Fourth, drused up swell, with y..u nud the kids. Hut we can't afford It, costs too much for fares. 'I'd like pretty frocks,' and a ear, nnd cute clothes for the young ones, nnd some new things for the bouse. Hut If I can't, I can't, and I ain't going to mope over It. I've tried to make n nice home for father, but if he don't appreciate It, and tries to keep, things from mci I can't do a thing. Hut I do say as how I think It's kinder ungrateful like." Mrs. Huff deposited Baby Johnnie In bis high chair, nnd stepping across the ball, she knocked on ber father's eight-year-ol- d s Make Red Blood; Liquid And Tablet Form When blood becomes thin nnd weak It Is duo to a falling off In the number ot red blood cells. It is easily recognized by pallid sCTn or a blemished comlovlon, loss of nppetlto or, uitnntur.il Irritability and a sensation of weakness. It Is not dangerous at first. In fact, many people scarcely notlco It and go on for days, thinking they will be better the next day. Tho great danger is In tho possibility of becoming seriously. Hi from disease, which can work havoc In a body that lacks the endurance and resistance in rich, red blood. Taken in timo and steadily a few bottles of Qude's I ar a giat help. It Improves the quality of the blood by. adding red blood cells and thoy check tho weakness, improve tho appetite and clear the complexion. n You can get Gudo's In liquid nnd tablet' form at your druggist's. Get the genuine with the n on the name "Guile's package. Advertisement. Pcpto-MangaPcpto-Manga- Ibo Kind in uso for over over 30 years, has borne the denature You Havc Always Bought, nnd which has; ' 'Rroi p-jar Z7i-- ; una nas Been made under, his sonai supervision since iir infacjv"Just-as-good'- - All Counterfeits, Imitations and arts; SoSr Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hcalli! and Children Experience against Experiment- tff-Infanta substnuto for. Castor Oil, Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contrtSsss. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic cubaance. Zjsjs age is itu guarantee. For more than thirty years, ixftrtss--Tjeein constant use for the relief of Constipation, Etatulcary,. n What, is CASTOR I A . Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishnet. arfsiirg; therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach nnd Bowels, sirfe. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natursHsfceiv . The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. "Wind aENuiNE CASTOR! A alwbsb? Bears the Signature of Stop coughing! you rack the lungs d and worry the body. Ballard's Syrup checks irritation, heals tho lungs and restores comfortable Horc-houn- Is Use For Over Si Years" r breathing. Prlcti 30c, Cue and 1.20 por bottle. Sold by Ohio County v Drug Co. m Willie Father, what is meant by an added attraction?" complexion, Father A womans my 'son. qt State ot Ohio. City ot Toledo, Lucas County, es. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hs Is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Clioney & Co., dolnu business tn tho City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONI! HUNDRED DOLL.AKS fur each ami every caso of Catarrh that cannot Ik cured bv Hie Use cf HALL'S CATAKUIi The Kind You Hayp Always Bought THE CttfTAUW COMPANY, NRWVONK CITV. &3SME& door. The Hartford Republican has made a spesS m m $1.75 -- of i S the-perso- Attention! Ladies and Gentlemen! iS broad-beame- e- B ss 24-ho- ur ..... $!.? J Ohildren. Cyp? t- -' OASXORii 'The but ho consults his country beforo sloncr. Also It is sending high salhis party, and urges thovoters to aried tax agents over the state to seo the taxommlsslbnors boro the farmstand by Judgo Slack. ers to tho hollow. Remember this, Pubtlrticd Weekly by y farmer, when you go to voto Tho Hartford Herald has pARTFOKD PRINTING COMTANY advortlsed Judgo Slack during Incorporated n this campaign, for which wo HELP THE POOR HOY our sincere thanks. Herald readW. S. TINSLEY, Editor ers will very naturally think thorn Is In the election of n sheriff the votand Buslnes Manager. only one candidate running for cir- ers of Ohio county have an opportucuit Judge, nndthey will bo very nity to bestow an offlco "with a good Kntored according to law at the Pestoffico, Hartford, Ky., as uall nearly right about it. Wo have, been salary upon somebody. Lon Ralph Matter of tho second class. in tho newspaper game long enough Is a poor. hoy. lie has be&n reared to get pay for our space when wo de- among you and has nlwnys been a to vote It to keeping the name of an op- good citizen. Now that you voters Address all communications The Hartford Republican. position candidate beforo tho public. have a favor to" bestow why not it upon a poor, but deserving Hartford Republican certificate of fitness and, qualif lea-- 1 , Hon for tho offices thoy seek. Only, gciiQr-ousl- mon-tlo- by submitting to tho decrees of ma- joritles is government. possible Rut this side, every Republican owes n duty to his party. It Is the party now that must win or bo defeated. Aro you for tho Democratic party or aro you for the Republican party It matters little to most of us what happens personally to Nat Hudson or fed Darrass. They will go ahead making Republican ticket, but it docs matter much to you what hnppcns to tho Republican party. Should tho Democrats win the county offices they will establish breastworks from which to fight you In the governor's election two years hence, and In the presidential elec tion In 1923. Do you want to, can you afford to turn your guns over to bo used against' you in subsequent battles? We. do not question any uian'h right to voto ns may please him, but think this matter over and decide If yon can afford to do'lt. To maintain a large county majority is to mako safe, not only carrying tho county for your candidates for governor, and resident, but for you or your cfoso""personal friends who may be candidates for county offices four years hence. Think this all over In your disfavor of eomo present candidate you lend nld nnd support to the enemy. bo-fo- ro FURS! Our Annual Fur Display Will Be Held Oh ' r, n living and voting" tho bo-sto- w candidates in Subscribers desiring tho paper sent tising of Democratic In car'V r new address must givo the old this Issue of the Republican. lldrcss in making tho request. rying these advertisements we aro Business Locals and Notices 10c simply following a custom of all line, and 8c per lluo for each newspapers, carrying advertising mat Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ter which Is paid for by tho advers( Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for tiser. It Jn no way represents tho ten head line and slgnautre, money y of this newspaper, but is n advance. what tho caftdltlato Is saying Church Notices for services freo, lc per about himself, and paying us to print bat other advertisements, word. It. The Hartford Herald has done will Anonymous communications similar advertising for some of our receive no attention. ad-Itloson-time- nt notice: to subscribers Our readers' will noto solno adver- aim-pl- candidates. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual... .FRIDAY REPUBLICAN Tor Circuit " R. W. SLACK .For Commonwealth's Attorney CAUDE E. SMITH Tor Circuit Court Clerk FRANK BLACK 0 Judges Q, A. RALPH ROY KEOWN ' SLACK AND SMITH TO WIN It Is our candid judgment that Judge R. W. Slack and Common NOVEMBER 4 wealth's Attorney C. E. Smith will bo next Tuesday. Wo havo some notion of the responsibility of TICKET an editorial writer and a just respect for public opinion of our judgment, and with due regard for these per sonal responsibilities, we do not hesitate to predict the reelection of these two worthy officials. They have performed their duties faithfully and well. This fact Is known of all men and women In tho district, and we do not believe the people will take a chance of defeatingsuch faithful officials to take a chance at an unknown quantity. C9 Sor Representative IRA JONES .For County Judge R. R. WEDDING For County Court Clerk E. G. BARRASS Tor County Attorney OTTO C. MARTIN Tor Sheriff Tor Tax Commissioner For Jailer NATHANIEL ' HUDSON. Tor Coroner W. A. HIMES County Surveyor T"or C. S. MOXLEY FVr J. I O. C, District No. 1 J. P. McCOY District No. 2 ' FELIX SHAVER District No. 3 Q. B. BROWN , District No. 4 J. R. MURPHY District No. 5 ' J. W. GRAY District No. 0 MACK MARTIN District No. 7 J. W. TAYLOR District No. 1 ' L. J. PICKEREL For Constnblc,Dlstrlct No. 7 J. H. BASHAM . "When a Democrat pokes onei of those "Water" circulars under your nose just ask him if he remembers Judge Miller's-- windmill. May wo say to our Republican women that their Democratic sisters are all going to voto Tuesday, and It is their duty to do likewise. Tho Hartford Herald is not displaying Its Harding pictures with photos of colored men surrounding them In its windows during this campaign. We wonder why. We, will wager a bag of popcorn against a bag of beans that tho Hartford, Herald wll not exposo in its windows between now and the election next Tuesday, tho Hurting surrounded by colored pictures. If not, why not? pic-.tu- ro Tie was In tho very prime of munhood Tho best, the Hartford Herald was able to say In favor of fta obscuro candidate for circuit judge was that Is a qualification or wheat threshing It Is brains, not brawn, required in the duties of circuit judge. but neighbor,' that Tor logrolling Read carefully Thomas S. Pettit's .Jnletter in this issuo oMhe Republican, VwbIch also appeared In the Hartford Jlerald, asking tho voters to voto for judge Slack. Mr. Pettlt has been a r lifelong Democrat and Is yet such, , " With this Issue I terminate my with tl eight weeks association Hartford Republican as temporary BEWARE! WOMEN VOTERS, editor. I came-t- o greet a multltudo I year ago an Issue Involving the rot former friends; 1 leavd these with possible dragging of millions of Am- sorrowful regrot. What friends I erican boys to tho confines of the have, it I have any, arc in Ohio counTICHENOR-LEAC- H "CO. earth to give their lives In .the de ty, and I sincerely regret that busifense of alien nations was before the ness reasons finally separato mo from Successors to Brown & Jnrniigln voting mothers qf the United States a people with whom I have enjoyed u and the result is recent history. But lifetime of association. Dealer in I have Mothers, beware! That issue still my brief stay with tho good "Mr. Wilson, although living people 6f the town and county and was lives. For once the Hartford in quiet retirement, still favors that leave with sincere regret. I confess too generous. We did personally ask Mr. Cox, who only a year ago to a fasclnatiqn for n great and popuIt not to require us to give authority Issue; was the Democratic candidate fo lous city. In a multitude of people for a statement of a distinguished president, is still strongly for the the law of chances favor mcoting conOwensboro Democrat who In a conLeague of Nations; Mr. McAdoo, the genial poop ?i but somehow I prefer versation with us more than a, year mightiest Democrat of them all, is association with those I havo nown ago, said Claude Smith had made the an advocato of tho league. If a lifetime. best commonwealth's attorney the still power GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. With a pleasing memory of my many years, the Democrats are. restored to district has elected la your boy will again bo subjectrto calu visit, I am and who gave bis raioni for such go to tho ends of tho earth to Main Street. HARTFORD, KY. Very truly yours conclusion. Since the Herald makes to fight and die for countries in which J. H. THOMAS. an offort to cheapen our mention we no direct Interest. If tho will say that the party making the vou havo Republican party is continued In pow EXTIRE.TICKET WILL WIN tatement was Emmet Greenwoll, who In tho provlnco of the Genor.tt As- INDIANA MIXES CLOSE years was chairman of the er it will be America for Americans, for many your boy will be deWe shajl be many miles away when OX STRIKE; 23,00 OUT sembly. city Democratic committee, and who and the life of de the ballots are cast in Ohio county , A mandatory Injunction was ro- probably yet holds that position. Mr. manded only If required for the fense of his own country. And, re- next Tuesday, but beforo leaving we Judge Indianapolis, Nov. 2.- - Dejny In the fused Lyon by Appellant Greonwell Is both a gentleman and a the highest standing, member, Mother that so loiig as par- want to assure the Republicans thn't spread of tho "rotesf strike on soft Sampson, tho whole court concurring. Democrat of tho present organizations of the two the entire Rubllcan ticket will bo coal miners, started today by walk- The Constitution specifically prohim will and nobody who knows we hava made elected, and elected by a big mavides that ballots must bo marked by was Mr. ties exist tho statement doubt his statement. It outs of 25,000 union workers, closing as gospel. Wo know your jority. In none of the rnces Is the Greenwell who told us of Mr. Smith's is true more than 200 mines In Indiana, was tho voters at tho polls. Under this will give, if need be, contest to be a close one, but at the gamb- mother heart anticipated tonight by officials of tho decision hundreds of ballots mailed faithful service in suppressing s your boy for the defense of his own same time we would counsel our Reling in the city and of putting tho Mine Workers of America, In by absent votea-- throughout the country, but nobody has a right to publican voters to no tlet overconfl-denc- e United Stato will havo to bo destroyed. It "Redlight" district out of commiswho said developments awaited tho you to sacrifice him to an alien reduce their majority. Majorision. Nobody ever questioned Em-me- tt ask discontinuance by operators of tho particularly affects employes of tho Remember this when you go ties are made up of Individual votes, Greenwall's veracity; nobody land. union "check-off- " of dues 'from min- State and Federal Governments at to deposlC your ballot at Tuesday's and remember that your vote will ever doubted Emmett Greenwell's ers' wages ns directed by a federal Frankfort and Washington. help make tho grand total. Do not m" Democracy and a testimonial to Com- election. court injunction. defer voting becauso the majority is PUBLIC SALE monwealth's Attorny Smith's excelIndications were that union offiWATER! WATER EVERYWHERE going to be a big one. Go out and cials would not call out the men. lent record in office could come; from If the Hertford Herald had been help make it big. If nobody voted scattered thruout the soft coal fields On Saturday November 5, 1921, at no more honorable or impressive au published in the days of good old we could not havo a majority. We of the country, until collection of the about 2 o'clock p. m I will offer for thorlty. the-bi- g majority becauso we father Noah's what a wonderful predict "check off" actually was ceased by sale at Baltimore tho following deaccount wo should have had of tho believe you are going to the polls to tho operators.FIrst official roports scribed household goods all In first UNEMLOYMEXT COUNCILon help make it big. Wash stand, dresof action by operntors, elsewhere than class condition: The unemployment conference met flood. The Herald Is not much the dove of peace, and Its accounts at Washington and adjourned. Its Surgeons agree that In cases of In Indiana, reached union headquar- ser, sideboard, thrco beds, 'dishes, vislblo results were Insignificant; of the going out and coming In might uts, burns, bruises and wounds, the ters tonight coming from tho Pennsyl- tablo, library and Silvortono electro meagre and spiritless, but its potent results were tremendous. have been first treatment is most important. vania bituminous district, centering with eighty records, two stoves. 18tlpd The establishment of employment Holy Jerusalem! how It would have When an efficient antiseptic is re- around Pittsburg. Tho message from Terms cash. C. W. MOORMAN, agencies is of small importance. In- playe,d up the tale of the water plied promptly, there fs no danger of Robert R. Gibbons, president of the But all the Herald's water stuff Hartford, outo 2. dustry requiring Jabor will find It would begins to district, said tho "check-off- " sets us to thinking of everything Infection nnd tho wound through advertising it not through' diheal at once. For use on man or bo stopped with the next pay day, tho watery. And In the rush and crush SULPHUR SPRINGS rect application, and the mere oUgg-isbeast, Borozone is the Ideal antisep- date of which was not given, but of the water that came down at Lo- tlon that men ' employe?: for the tic and healing agent. Buy it now which indicated a probable delay in p.ro reminded of Judge Milako of providing employinert will not dore wo Mr. Wayne. Mldklff of this place emergency. any strike order affecting 40,000 The Judge, you and bo ready for an ler's windmill. largely diminish tho number of the wjll start Monday traveling for Bran-o- n Price 30c, COc, and $1.20. Sold by workers in that field. Indiana workers, however, did not unemployed. Tho large result of tho know, was a mighty Democrat and Ohio County Drug Co. Orocery Co. m withhold their strike to await a forunemployment com'iienco is the wide- ruled with an iron hand. But in tho Mr, J. F. Magan has his new sawt mal notico' from tho operators, whoso mill established at this place and will spread advertising given tho situa- Judge's day there was a Democratic Give Credit to Egyptian. Demonotice stopping tho "check-off- " has start work soon. tion, and the warning served on tho penchant for water, and this No one knows who wrote the first profiteers that public patience was cratic Judge decided to wind thei book, but the claim Is made that tho been drafted by counsel for their The boys aro sure, harvesting tho None of tho important o'possuniB. , Wo can live' if wo can't exhausted with this unnecessary rob- water from tho earth with a strand of world's llrst great work came from bery of tho public, and the further tho wind. He built with the en the pen of an Egyptian named Athotes. mines in tho stato worked today nnd get hogs, to fatten. a Don Quixote, but at a It was n history of his own nation roports to bpth headquarters of op notice served on a small and select thusiasm of Mr.Nind Mrs. James Fitzhugh visgreater cost, a wind mill, in written In 2112 B. The Latins, erators nnd the union said that only ited In Cloverport a few days las. class of organized labor that tho tlmo vaster yard. In windy wea- who excelled In literature long lioforo sixteen mines wero in operation. had como when feel prepar- the court house wook. Tho only court notion today was ed to share in a reduction of the cost ther tho thing worked fairly well, any of their neighbors, bnd thought Mrs. Jas. F. .Magan attended the were gnl-laof living. These, briefly, are the but on a calm day Hartford was as of tho publishing business, Inspiration the approval by Judgo Anderson of I Grand Chapter of tho O.-- E. S. at Ow- enough to ascribe the dry as n Sahara. Wo have already n bond filed by tho Borderland Coal onsDoro this week. She reports a salutary effects the conference will daughter of Agenor, king havo, accrdlng to our point of view, fell to thinking what if for tho life . of I'hoenlcla, who lived In 1404 B. C. Corporation, complainant In tho in largo crowd In attendance. in the matter of reducing the number of us wo can not thing of the name just wirnt tney wrote unucr tier lnllu- - junction suit. Tho court action, fol There wore a great many of tho fellow who thinks he is run of tho Idle army of workers. moso unys is not recoroeu. It lowed by servlco of the writ on union Saturday on account of nlng for tho pffico of county judge-- but ,tence in Is certain that Cadmus brought Phoe- men and operators, made tho injunc- - tho rain koplng them away from the anyway, if by some unthlnkablo nician letters into Greece in 1483 B. Q., Lon effectlvo Plans for hastening FARMERS' TAX BURDEN tho Fordsvlllo School Fair. If ever tho farmers had an excuse chance he should he elected would ho and there Is enough evidence of pub appeal of tho injunction decision to Mr. Emmot Taylor of Bowling to cuss when approaching tho polls Imbibe the Herald's aridity and build llshed books during those early days the Circuit Court of Appeals at Chi- Oreen, accompanied by a friend, Is. to vote it will be whon they como to another wind mill. Surely the voters to lead ono to the conclusion that writ- cago also wore mado by counsel for visiting bis fathor, Mr. Tom Taylor, cast their ballots this yearand think Will not take a chance on a modern ing as a business or au art dates back the union and tho operators, but pre- of this place. of tho Iniquitous tax burden that has Don Quixote. But so long ns tho Into the earlier era of Egyptian and paration of the numerous documents Mr. J. F. Magan mado a business Phoenician civilization. been saddled upon them. During Herald is fighting wind mills, who In tho case delayed the presentation trip to Owensboro Tuesday, return- would be surprised to seo Its candiGov. Stanley's admlnlstratlqn thoro oi ineir appeal to Juago Anaerson. . ing- - Wednesday. The Old, Old Story. was passed a tax reform bill, and If dates follwlng its waterlogged lear uouusci, nqwerer, regaraea mo apSix of them were engaged In a peal petition as a perfunctory request, HILL WOULD TROVIDE another tax reform bill had been dership friendly game or nickel ante. They which would bo approved by passed tho farmer would not even Judge $300,000,000 FOK ROADS had been playing for only about two havo seod loft to plant his csop after READ CAREFULLY AND hours nnd tho evening was yet young, Anderson as soon as presented, propaying this year's taxes. That bill THINK SERIOUSLY when Jones suddenly pushed Y'nshlnf.ttn, Nov. 2. Tho fed'.iul back his bably tomorrow. took practically all tho tax off of government between next July 1 and There was a primary at which ln-- H cliulr nnd declared : VOTING BY MAIL LAW cash and bonds and loaded it on tho dlviduals were contending for n6ml-natloJuly 1 1927, would aid states to thft "Geo whiz, fellows I I Just hap. IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL extent of $500,000,000 nt the rate of farmer's land. It did moro Ihnn It nny Republican hud a pened to remember I promised ray wife that. It established tho iniquitous grlovanco against any individual can- I'd be home by 11 o'clock. I'll have $100,000,000 a year. In the construc Stato Tax Commission with full pow- didate before tho primary ho was ex- to leavo right now." Frankfort, Ky.. Nov. 1. Tho nb- - tion and repair of roads under :i 1iH The members of the gnmo wero Bent voters' law was. held unconstitu er to raise assessments to the. sky. ercising a clear privilogo In opposing Introduced todny by Reprecentative though, and the Midden awak- tional and void by tho Court of Ap-- j Woodruff, And this very year, it Is ordering the the nomination of that candidate. of Michigan, a Ropublly ening M Joiies' conscience didn't fool peals today, but the reglstralon county tax commissioner to list tho But tho prlmary'Is behind us. A ma law can member of tho roads committee anybody. Roberts voiced tho senti- pc'imitting farmer's property at 100 per cent of jority of tho party havo indicated ment registration of absentees Tho measure carries an additional. of tho crowd: Its vuluo, and threatening to do so their cholco for party nominees. was not affected by the decision, as 140.000,000 for national forests,' "Gee, Jonesy, old boy, I didn't know Itself If not done by tho local commis- - These nominees have been given a you wus that much winner!" registration is a matter entirely with-- ; roads and trails boy. Mr. Cardcn has accumulated a small fortune. Ho has ample nnd to spare to educate his children, nnd still havo enough laid by fora rainy day. this newspaper has no attack to make upon Mr. Cardcn because of his large wealth, no Insinuation that he did not come by It honestly but few of us are financiers; In fact, the most of us aro not. Whcn'yo'u go to the polls, voter, remombor your own struggle to mako end's meet, and think how if you wore a candldato man of wealth how you against would feol If tho voters, having something to give, should give It to you ns against tho man who was already wealthy, nnd voto for Lon Ralph, who Is a poor' hut honest boy and who will throughout a llfetiino appreciate the favor you have done him. Help tho fellow who needs help, just as you would appreciate help If it was your case Instead of his. -- Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 9th and 10th. The display this year is larger than ever before, due, to lower prices. All furs are guaranteed by the manufacturer to be as represented. It will be to your advantage to see this display and our Representative from the Fine Fur Co;, will gladly show you these samples whether you buy or not. Don't forget, on sale two days only. . Carson & Co., HARTFORD, KY. A WORD AT PARTING MOTOR ed Automobiles and Accessories 1 - a nt peoplo-disappointe- d n. -- old-time- 1 V it Attention, Men! t Frnnk Black nnd Alex Porttr, for circuit court clerk, arc both confined to tholr rooms, nnd unable to contlnuo tholr canvasses. So If you do not sco them you may know why. e- HIGH GRADE PLEATING cordlon, box, knife or sklo pleating, j Skirts, nny style, $1.25 postpaid. In formation on pleating free. Satisfaction guaranteed. MRS. MELOAN'S KenPLEATING HOUSE, Murray, 17t3 tucky. can-dldat- oi The Buick j 1 9! The Car That Stands Up In modish shapes of dignified appearance; Rothschild ; ( The choice of discriminating Tints.?. $2.50 : v Star Hats gentlemen since V059. : Jlnts , $a.oo $3.50-$- II fill ' "Hats 4 00 Hats, JL ft! I 8. All shades. Tho ninny local friends of Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pate, will bo pleased to know that sho hns been elected one of the six most beautiful and populdr young Indies at tho State Unlvorslty thio enr. Sho has also been elcctod as sponsor of C company second platoon In tho battalllon. Mrs. Mallnda Smith died at tho home of her" daughter near Beaver Dam, October 24, of troubles Incldont to old age. Mrs. Smith was 95 years old, and tho oldest citizen of Beaver Sho is survived by 53 grand- Dam. and children, 7 !? ..... .... o Ilnr rp- -- . (mains wore Interred In the family burying grounu soutn oi weaver uam, jnfter funeral services by IVev. Prank I I - ' Buick Model 1922 Six 45 Wtl 1 Ilurden. Mr. Mclfenry Holbrook nnd Mrs. Holbrook, who have been on their way from tho Phllllppine Islands for forty days, havo arrived nnd are guests of Mr. Holbrook's parents, Mr. land Mrs. Itowan Holbrooks. Mr. Mc- I Henry Holbrook has been engaged in tho hanking business In the Phlllp- i pines for several years,- - and will In Ohio county for perhnps a his relation year, before resuming 'mr comwith the International-Bar- " pany, which may assign him to any part of the World. Mc Is looking fine. I We have just engaged the agency for the sale of the Buick in Ohio country 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 joumevz. In the Buick you will find that car. Come in and see our Sixes and Fours and, let us show you what they; wiaT do. Do not buy till you have seen this splendid car. v m ln 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, RESOLUTION'S Hartford, Kj. ASSESSMENT NOTICE days rtw !n which Only a few to comply with tho law requiring you to file your assessment list with the Tli .' iCio Republican NOVEMBER 1 I r.fc Please atcounty tux commissioner. tend to this matter at once. Yours respectfully, D. E. WAIID, Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. - TUB HOYS AN' I) HAtil.OWE'KN The Hartford l'JtlDAY JJeputor Collectors Black and Andrew were In town the first of the week. Mr. N .T. Yelser, who has been spending several months hi the South returned home Sunday. she will Nashville, Tenn., where spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Cooper. Mr. Hoy Rains, who has been vis- PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS ROOMS MHS. S. ' FOll RENT J. WEDDING. hna bought Edward i Joe Miller Duko's car. Wanted " 1500 clapboards. iting bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, H. Rains of Roslne, has returned to his In Teaxs. I ROLL. RILEY, Hartford, Ky. home a 7 Miss Mabel Rhoads has returned Dr. J. W. Duff of Dundee, was in to Logan College, after spending a town Thursday. few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rhoads. TO THE VOTERS Rye and Grass Seed for sale by OF OHIO COUNTY W. E. ELLIS & BRO. A series of meetings will begin at tho Christian church hero next MonSinco entering the race for the. ofMr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins return- day night. Rev. William Savage vlll fice of County Judge, I have made evconduct the services. ed from Loulsvlllo Sunday. ery effort to meet tho voters of the county, but as the election draws near We are In the market for eggs and Mr. Charlie Wedding of Owensbo will bo many poultry every day in the year. Hlgh- -' I realize that there tho opportunlty T--ro, was In Hartford. Wednesday. whom I will not have est cash prices paid. of seeing. I take this method of exW. .E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Goodall W.ooten foil off a wa pressing my appreciation tor the gon nnd broke a lib a fow days ago pledges of support that I have receivI Miss Mabel Webb, who came hero. ed and to those whom I have been Mrs. Helen Igleh.eart fci visiting her to attend tho burial or her sister, miss unablo to see I take this means ot sister, Mrs. W. M. Meslay nt Owens-bor- 'Clara Webb, returned to her home at asking you to consider my claims and Campaign, 111., Tuesday. I assuro you that If olected I will to make an earnest endeavor to glve"yeu Miss Bessio Gillespie returned Miss Lllllo Burton spent Sunday In your choice. Llz-2l- e Loulsvlllo Monday to resume her du- no cause to regret t, Central City, the guest of Miss Ttespcctfully yours, hospital, after ties at the Jowlsh Miller. T. F .TANNER, spending three weeks vacation here. Polltlcal Advertisement, We will havo a car of Fertilizer mm ! within the next few days. Ira Chapman, a former Ohio counadjutant of OLD AND HONORED MAX WHOSE ty boy has been chosen , W. E. ELLIS & BRO. NAME WAS NEVER IN PRINT Evansvlllo Chapter No. 1, ot ""The. ot the , Mr. James Yorlc has bought tho Disabled American Veterans With two newspapers published In lot, Including ch two World War.' -- Wtlnsholmei the county it seems hardly probable" " residences, Lcm F. T. esMr. and Mrs. V. I Licgon and llt-tl- o that tho name ot a single citizen, n, arrived here pecially a name honorable and son, of Frankfort,, Mrs."Kathryn McGrall attended " ." nevor have occurred should somo time with ' -church at Central City Sunday, and Sundayr to spend Mrs. Llggons parents, Dr. and Mrs. in a county paper, but such soeraa to epont the day with Mrs. Andormntt. have happened. R. Pirtle. I J. . Mr. Beth Riley of Llvla Route 2, . IOST White bird dog, has brown I LOST Black and white spotted was In the county clerk's office a for return to -' ears. Liberal reward inches of tall cut few days ago to get his dog tag for CLEM SCHROADER, McIIenry, Ky. setter, about two Answers to narao ot Charlie. the year 1922, arid It was tho first I off. ' 17t3n one for the year named, and told the. Reward for return. DR. J. A. DUFF, .Dundee, Ky. county clork that to tho best of his Sunday Mrs, J. M. Ross returned knowledgo his name had nevor .. fmm nn extended visit with her In either ot the county papers. Eyes tested and frames fitted by T. Moore, in daughter, Mrs. John method. We havo a life How this should havo occurred is difthe latest " 'Louisville. ot ficult to explain, Mr. Riley is not " the State jj who had certificate fromauthorizes usBoard test only one of the .bfat, but ono ot the to which Health y.C Mr. M. M. McCrackeni your glasses now for best known citizens, of tho county, visiting his family hero, hns re- -' your eyes. Gqt and in Iho' natural course of events - your winter reading. to Louisville. Mr. McCrack" bis namo should have appeared with ; 'turned be transferred to Tennessee J. B. TAPPAN, OptomotrlFt, on will Hartford, Ky. frequency in the county papers. i o. came nnd did tho usual devilment. There was plain dovllment'nnd some Inexcusable devilment. Wo do not excuse the Inexcusable devilment, but for the other- - sort we are tolerant with tho boys. Hallowe'en Is the one night In all tho year when the boy can defy law and gospel and be a real man in exorcising his own sweet will. Just onco a year he Is his own master, and wo find It hard to envy him this Isolated freedom, Never mind. If the calf Is In the stable loft or .tho wagon across the comb of the barn or, maybe, the gate turned upside down and a whole lot of other things Just like they were the night before. It Is fun for tho boys, and at least not a nountalnous job for tho folks to get the calves and gales back in placo again. Let tho hoys Hallowe'en. Ilallow'en night came as usual the last nlKht In Octobor; also the hoys' leaves her husband Mr. James Lyons, eral crops of tobacco haves 1&a&r ono son and daughter. Dr. W. bought in the WhiteavW ni&tissv-ho-od and considerable qiranttia-scr At a regular meeting of the Ohio C. Lyons, of Corbin, and Dorcas ed county Medical Society the follow- Catherine of Orlando, and sisters, Ohio county. Th5 farmers to hold their tobacco-,- . sEftcscs?fj. ing resolutions were adopted relative Mrs. Jefferson Watterson of, Ashley, to the death of Dr. C. R. Bennett, 111., Mrs. D. H. Barnes, Mrs. A. E. the price being offered" isr gear.' Boyd McCarty has been itsMs: whoso sudden death occurred Oct. Pate, "Mrs. Lula Maples, Mrs. C A. Bryant, nnd brother, Mr. J. H. B. some tobacco near WhltcsriQfcs 'J&ux 2nd, 1921. high price for-th- e best IeaK 6axg; Whereas the Great Physician, in Carson, of Hartford. around $16 aliundred. Lassrwjran his infinite wisdom and goodness has BARGAINS IN BOOKS! bought at fronr$8 to $10, axagisrafc een fit to summons Dr. Charles Ross We have several hundred books of from $i up. John Allen K&&c5tea& pennctt to cross the great divide and enter Into his eternal abodo; be it fiction in our .library. We are going bought considerable quautitfa;5E2U&f resolve, that In his death, the med to close these out at 25c each. Come Dundee section in Ohicu itvuuniriit about the same price and Mn.Bsms ical profession has lost ono of Its early and get your choice. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. is buying around HartfonK best practitioners, his community a m At the meeting of tho TTSiisseats useful, valuablo and uright citizen, his family a loyal, faithful husband. SOME TOBACCO IS BEING BOUGHT board of trade Friday aUemexxsrseXm clsion will bo reached" as to?"dara&e.' an obedient son, and a kind father; Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 3. The to- local tobacco market should? iiri-Th- o and tho Ohio County, Medical Society general public hopes It TRffsaj& ono of its" best workers and most en bacco buyer has made his appearance . thusiastic members. Dr. Bennett was in the field in this and adjoining November 21. Tho tobaecx taafecn-our counties this week a good sign that are dividing as to the best tTsmsiXeer In his attendance at regular meetings, always expressed his opin tobacco will sell well this year. Sev opening; ions on any subject under discussion, and used his best effort to make the meetings Interesting and profitable. We were all shocked and overcomei with grief when wo heard of his death. His vacant chair will long be noticeable when our society meets and he will bo remembered by all of us as ono of the most genial and lovable members ot the medical profes We have opened for business in the buildihgriae?- sion with whom It has been our good fortune to havo been associated. j merly occupied by W. E. Ellis & Bro., on Bo it further resolved that a copy and will handle a complete line of oftheso resolutions ba sent to the bereaved family, a copy sent to tho County papers and a copy spread upon the minutes ot our association. PAL T WILLIS, President. OSCAR ALLEN, Secrotary. t xst-clin- New Store CkyStresS, mm THE SINGING CONVENTION Tho progressive Singing Convention met nt Shlnkle Chapel Sunday, October 30, with Mr. E. C. Balrd as President and T, P. Carson, Secy. Thero were five classes represented, as follows: Williams' Mines, leader P. B. Lee; Mt. Hermon, leader Mrs, Dudley Wes- terfifld; Beda, leader J. E. Park; No creek Junior Class, leader Miss Irono Ward; Shlnkle Chapel, leader Shrman Howard. Each class sang three songs before noon and threo after noon. The singing was all vory good and was enjoyed by all. An abundance of dinner was spread on tho groud. Everyone went away feeling better after having spent ono more good day. Tho next meeting will be at the fifth Sunday in April, 1022, k, Groceries, Fresh and Curedli Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. y the highest market price for all klneSss We will-pa.of produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" motto. Give us a trial. J J. B. YORK & SON,, Phone 89-- 2 HARTFORD, K3C ,, well-know- AUTOMOBILE OWNERSS For first-cla- ss work at reasonable.prices see.-- '- MltS. LYONS DIES IN SOUTH Mrs. James Lyons died at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday p. ni., at her homo at Orlando, Florida. Sho bad been 111 many weoks of cancer of Her remains, "will bo the liver. brought here Sunday for burial, but funeral arrangements have not yet Mrs. been made. Before Lyons was Miss Lula Dorcas Carson, daughter ot Mr. J. F. Carson. ' She hu-marr- iaga . SANDIFUR & PETERS BEAVER DAM, KY; '.r ,.t ed Carbon Cleaning, Valve Grinding and Ring a speciality. All work guaranteed. . Fittfir i J. P. Taylor,, BKFjp s BOOB. njriHSTmmmm , . ., .. . . mmr . . .., Ai 9 . ..n..-.- " 4 " -- - !..-- Something to Think About By F. A. j c SCHOOL DAYS ,: J EVA NOVAK rawWF7- -' . I.I..MMMM Liberty Bicycles The Story of On Sale Our States -- ,. 4 Y '3 By JONATHAN BRACE M-- 1 E-- XXXII. MINNESOTA SOTA Is formed partly from n por- WALKER VAJie YOUR SUrEKSTlTION YOU read the cable news you saw X n few days nco nn Ittfin from lloin-m- y which wild tlint the stock nnd markets of thnt city hnd been closed and thnt n general religious strike was Jn prospect hccniiso two - Kuropcnn hoys hnd killed two pigeons ivw a-- k- ,. QkP utm wi - r." i, MmtKmmimmW . ' "a i rF raijigHK tion In the htrects of the city. The natives considered the pigeons sacred mid (he strike resulted because .iioi. .ll.t not take the action si... which the natives thought should have followed the destruction of the birus. Tivmn iim 111 "k ' ' artr J " V ' I WtJ'4 BI ' ' man being1". Tho canine nnd crude paintings of the earliest Dgyptliiu periods, which are tlie llrst picture recoru mm haTC, show the esteem In which the lower forms of life were held. The cat was especially venerated by ahe nnclcnts nnd In the tombs of TSgyptlun rulers nnd nobility are found inif:iiiii-nif""-"',- i.Kurarnnitarf ill cnrvlnira of cat heads, some times pictured as being on human sou ies. The tops of funeral Jars which were placed In the tomb to contnln cither Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli ifooi or toilet preparations for the use f tlie dead had covers of cat heads H THE GIRL ON THE JOB The wonderfully true to nature. Hoy to Succeed How to Get 5 Metropolitan Museum In New York E Ahead How tq Make Good lias numerous examples of these Jars. is a record hnclnnlnc of history there of uulninl worship by hu-- 1 ilwStiS . SI 4 i Si I m reir 5T ; WK Jjmi for-merl- tm&fr "-- g WML ' I - ( '. " By JESSIE ROBERTS BOOKSELLING The hull was a sacred animal for centuries nnd some modern savage i populations still worship It nnd lead It, gorgeously decorated, In all their state ceremonials. Greek and Roman! mythology and history are tilled with references t) the acredness of the bull and It figures largely in both painting and sculpture. In India, no matter how near to tarvatlon a man may be he will ifot take food from a dog nor kill It to cat, although dogs are recognized as of food In the Philipa staple-artic- le pines and other psu'ts of the world. To Iclll n dog In India would be almost bacrlleglous. "We cannot hold ourselves as wholly Immune from animal worship. To the owl we ascribe a wisdom wholly absent from that dull and witless bird. ,111s brain power is not to ue compared with that of the crow, one of the. most I Intelligent of the feathered trlhci. We ascribe grent wisdom to the fox i whose achievements are not nearly equal to those of the beaver, the mo-i- t Interesting of all the animal kingdom. The reason for the ancient venera- - ' tlon of the anlninls and the modern regard In Bombay for the welfaie of pigeons Is that the people believe that they have some peculiar power of protection from disaster or "bad luck." j , I i , ( nwimiiiiimmiimniiiimiiiimimiiiiir; best known and most ON13 of the letall sellers of books In this country went on record recently. In n speech made before the Women's National Bookselling association, ns believing that tin era of great expansion for the small bookshop Is nt lmiiil. nnd he added thnt he thought Women were particularly suited to take n large part In this expansion. "I think that many women who have worked as libmii.ins would make first- - ' booksellers, and I think that a good business woman could not do better than put her money Into a small book shop in any of the thousands of towns throughout America where there is Ho such shop at present." lie added that ther was always a better chance of succeeding with a book'toie In a town that had a public library, than In one where .i there was no such Institution. Yet It Is possible for a clever woman to so arrange things thnt her little store will become an 'attraction even In a neighborhood that has not yet acquired a taste for reading. Special programs and lectures could be arranged for In the shop; there should be a carefully thought out plan by which to attract the children; there might be poster displays that would strike the populnr fancy. The thing to do Is to get people to come to the store In the first place, by any means that will seem effective. The actual buying of books would come later, but I the meat has browned; onions may spent hours In practice at the The meat, If be added, If desired. could play whole sections cooked slowly, will be very tender piano and memory. She nnd have a good gravy to serve with It. of grand operas from declares she likes classical music best of alt. Sour Roast. Take four or five pounds of the rump of beef, one medium sized onion, six whole cloves (stick these In the cupful of cider vinemeat), one-hagar, one cupful of canned tomatoes, one cupful of boiling wnter. Put all Into n kettle and cook tightly covered ; when nearly done, salt to taste. Strain the gravy and thicken with flour; cook until smooth. Serve nround the meat. lf Very few people know that Eva Novak, now starring In th? "movies" and Jane Novak's younger sister, Is a y pianist of no ordinary talent. She Spaghetti With Hamburg.' A cupful of chopped fresh meat added to a dish of cooked sphagetU or macaroni will make n good main dish. Put the meat In layers with chopped onion or a bit of garlic, Into a unking dish, add salt and peppejand bnke for an" hour or more until the spa ghettl Is well seasoned. week I no F OK Iun tiee, fourday. Seciiui feelu llku ver gum! every I iov. sonmtlng Jeelle bit every morn- (. : 1921. Weitern Newspaper Union.) O THE WOODS By DOUGLAS MALLOCH laaanaaa aaoasoaAusaai BACK ON THE JOB. THIS v. The expansion of rctnllbookselllng. more bookstores there are, the better each will do, for book buying Is a progressive disease. Once you catch It, you can .never sJinke It off. The field Is tremendous, nnd there Isn't a 'of games. you spill the salt, you throw a mure Interesting profession In the If pinch of It over your shoulder to allay world." The line forms at the right don't the unhappy results which you half 'believe may follow. You will not walk crowd, please. (CopjTlBht) under a ladder and If you go out of the house and have to return for something you think you must sit down before you go out again. .-. .-,You ery likely thought, If you read tlie Bombay Item, "What fools those Plain food Is quite enough for me; people are to make so much of a row Three courses are as good aa ten; over the killing of a couple of pigIf nature can subsist on three, eons." The gentleman In Bombay Thank heaven for three. Amen! would be equally amused If he knew I always thought cold victuals nice; My choice would be vanilla Ice. " thnt you nttnehed great power to the O. W. Holmes. Jireuklng of a mirror to bring you bad , Tlie human mind, when It does not ihnve any proven thing to believe, Is always willing to substitute superstition. Tlie sufferer from rheumatism after he has found other remedies Ineffective, will resort to carrying a horse chestnut In his pocket. The gnmbler Xuts his lucky-- coin on the table as (noon ns fortune begins to run against him. Half the baseball teams In the country pay a salary to a mascot and transport him about the country for Tils presumable effect on the whining ' It would come. "Let the women get In now," said the speaker, "for we are at the beginning of nn Important and Interesting the end of the trail; Though your lcln' you do, Still the ground will come through An your lcln' an' cussln' will fall. at midnight Tlie eaves are An out of the south comes a sob; l'ou kin talk about loss All you like, Mister Boss, But Spring has got back on tho Job. Is Is the time of the bust-u- ing. I diinno vvheiv ees go or how I losii, but any way 1 no gotta so mooch hkn lasa utont. I nkn my bo'-vot's matter I no feeln good nnd he sny I Jusa losa da pep. I tellu heem I never hava dnt stuff, but he say 1 am meestake. "Ev- er.vlwxly gotta pep Miiifntinie," he say. I uska where can Hilda eef losu dnt btuflC a' d mehlie Jnn for Joke lie askn me go tella da cop. But dut cup laugha rlghta my fuiu and uska too moocha Informnsh. He tiskn me wot my pep looka like Insi time I sec. I say I duimo wot ees looka like eef I meeta on da street s j territory nnd partly by tho Northeast section of tho Louisiana Purchase. It was tho Mississippi river which was tho dividing lino between tlicso two largo territories. Tho Eastern section was ceded by Franco to Great Britain In 17C.1 nnd became a part of tho United Slates nt tho end of the ltcvolutlon by the Treaty of Bar-I- s In 1783. The Northwest territory was organized by congress four years later. Then, as this grent federal domain became settled nnd was gradually divided Into states, the Eastern part of the present State of belonged In turn to tho Territories of Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. As to tho western portion of the state, this was a part of tho Loutslann Purchase, which was bought from France by tho United States In 1603. As this region became subdivided, Western Minnesota formed n pnrt of the Territories. of Loulslann, Missouri nnd Iown. The first whlto mnn to penetrate to Minnesota was the French explorer, Duluth, who In 1078 built n fort on Lnko Superior nnd there established a very extensive fur trade. Two years inter, Father Hennepin and two companions wero sent by Ln Salle to explore tho Upper Mississippi and reached tho Fntls of St. Anthony, whero Minneapolis now stonds. Bu It wus not until the Nineteenth century thnt permanent wero settlements made. In 1822 the first mill was built nt (he Falls of St. Anthony, where were destined to arise such Important successors. In , Father Galtler built a chnpcl dedicated to St. Paul, nnd this was tho foundation of the present great city of that name. As to the name Minnesota, the state was so called from the rtYcr that rubs through It, which In the Dakota Indian lnngunge makes the words "Mlnne," meaning "Waterv" nnd "Sotah," Somemeaning time the state is called the "North Star Stnte," front, the motto on Its Minnesota, wns admitted to the 2 Union la 1S5S. Its area Is square miles and it Is the most Important of our wheat producing states. It has twelve presidential electors. (byMcClura Newipaper SjrnJIeate.) Mln-ncsot- n 1S-H"Sky-colored81,-CS- N o r t h w est of the Tires and accessories, feath erweight Motor Bikes, Mo- tors for bicycles, Telephones and Supplies, Line Construction Material, Electrical Sup- plies, Shoe and General Ke- pair Shop. If it's fixablo we fix it. Both telephones. MIICCCTTIC PCPA1D ' ' ' muiiLiio iium onui Beaver Dam, ity. M(1P " m lKXFtXKttt&23tZXtXT2JmlSBJti i ...... i....M..utu. ..... r.n .. . ut:d fjm&'.i l.i r.erveuc c'nejj i' cy j ie the supn-r.msdj, ni thoc;a-- a have tilh(l. . bitters i '3 t K S fi OR KIDKuY,! STOMACH tF?OUELE ii.cjichic evr toli i i, 'lie ie cijnwr. llnC 3 "n ?r ih ff Mothers USG : ' For tlie Children A Safe Old venniiraae Fasliioned Remedy for Worms tetti-moni- al Seventy .five ycari contin. uou use is tbe best TREY'S VEKUIfTCE i n can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It vrill help keep the Hide one healthy jrl f S3 1 and happy. 30ctbotUljrourInin'rt'or tlotrs or li your t enettlupplyyou.vend luiilrsler nsrne csn'l You kin rave all you like of the timber Thet lays In the woods at the stump, You kin swear you will haul Ev'ry stick of It all To' the road an the bank 'an the dump, But she's got all creation ng'ln you, The sun an' the wind an' all that, An' she'll bust ev'ry road An' she'll stand ev'ry load An' your timber will stay where It's at. You ought woman to know somethln' of somatlme. Weeth dat cop and my boss I gotta , so I asku doctor vvot's matter I no feela good. He say, "Oh, you no puy attensh weeth dat, lietro, you Jusa gotta touch weeth spreenga fever." I getta touch one time before nnd losa my inirse and mebhe spreenga fever toucha me for da pep, too, I duhno. But dat doctor Fny I gotta wrong Idee wot ees dn spreenga fever. But I nm smurta guy Ilka heem, too. I say for gettn nmirled ees one fee, getta dee- Vorce nother fee, usa da phone ees other fee een fact everytlng gottu fee too mooch. i Betta your life I know plentn good wot ees da fee alia right. But so longa I lecve I never feegure out wot's da fee for. . Wot you tlnk? dees-gust- Surgeons agree that fn cases ,of cuts, hums, hrulses and wounds, the first treatment Is most Important. When nn efficient nntiscptlc Is replied promptly, there is no danger of Infection nnd tho wound heglns to henl nt once. For use on man or heast, Dorozono is tho Idoal antiseptic and healing agent. - Buy It now for nn emergency. and he ready Price 30c, COc, nnd $1.20. Sold by ni Ohio County Drug Co. sod 30c in tumps and we'll US. bottle promptly. end you ntET. Uiissti. HI. m 9 r WILL YOU. TAKE OUR: GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment A WOMAN TESTIFIES Here is the Help Most Women at Some Time in Life run-dow- 2BWi OHIO MEDICAL CO. for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION Need MbtlpBoofe EVERYDAY FOODS. You know you can't stir Any notion In her When once It gits Into her head. But, of all of the contrary women, Miss Spring Is the worst of the lot; When you want her to freeze She will thaw, If you please, You've seen her both single an' wed; An' she'll freeze when you're wantlu it hot. No use to dispute with a heifer Oiifi buperstltlon Is about as silly as Another and so long as we harbor be- Kr argue a case with a skirt; NICE way to cook porlc chops If Spring wants to thaw, liefs which have neither reason nor for a busy day is to place them Neither reason ner Taw logic to support them, we are not In over a pan of thinly sliced potatoes, Will keep her from doln' you dirt. a position to crltlclzo the people who seasoning well with salt nnd pepper, It's will er it's won't with n woman Sho snys when sho'won't er she will. do not want their' pet opinions Inter-bake .until the chops nre well done, fered with by foreign unbelievers. and serve from the baking dish. Tho You kin talk till you're black The best way to uvold this kind of moisture In the potatoes and the fut In the face, but the shack Will bo bossed by the petticoats still. trouble Is to have no superstitions In the pork will be sufficient to make ourselves but to respect the weakthe dish of the right consistency. We think we're her lord an' hor nesses of those who persist In foolish Kven a smnll family may enjoy a master, tellers. sauerkraut by covering a dish of Sho swears she will love an' obey, (Copyright.) with a slice of nice Wfe think we'ro the head quart of kraut 0 pork stek; usually there Is very lit- Of the house, as sho said tle salt needed; bake until the stcuk Wo would be when we bore her and kraut aro well cooked. Long, slow away. THE CHEERFUL CHERU5 threo hours makes cooking of at least But a m6nth or so after the weddtn', Another a line well seusoned dish. When honeymoon season Is flown, Fly Friends monopolize. way" of cooking kraut Is to roll a nice Sho quits sayln' "dear'' spare rib urouud It and bake long aud An' sho gits on her ear SO: ifowly, adding salt If needed, aud An' sho kicks us plumb off of the TKey (50 pepper to taste. throne. A -- CovinRton, Ky. "Some years ago I n and nervous from was awfully feininino trouble and my physician recommended Dr. Picrco's IVvoritc Pretold mo that it was the best scription medicino on tho market for women. Whether it is tho best or not, it in tho best I havo ''found, for a few bottles helped mo wonderfully nnd by continuing its use I was cured entirely." Mrs. Kdith Ford, 1320 Ilanklick St. The uso of Dr. Pierce's Favfcrito Prescription makes women happy by making them healthy. A great many women in tlie South owe their good liealtli of today (o this famous Prescription. Get it nt your drug store, or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel in liulTalu, N. Y for a trial pkg. 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Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern apd relieves constipation. A nnt ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. If., will won't bo long before completely displace calomel In ever) home. Children can tako it freely anj with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and $1 in bottle& Non eenuino without the likeness and signtv, turo of L. K. Grigsby. For silo by " I. M. VflLLUllU. - HartfoNk Its .well I ktve. sorrve. enen-ie- s. rrv retllv interrupt fncMn. UJ iv i& I 'Qfs Swiss Steak. Have two pounds of round steak cut one Inch thick, lay It on a meat board, nnd with the edge of fl saucer pound Into it a cuprul of Hour or more, turning and pounding It well. Have a tublespoonful of suet fat In a hot frying pan, lay In tho steak and brown, wnfhlng closely not to let even a bit scorch; then coer with boiling water n nl sunnier over low iient iwo or three hours, add the seasoning after It's likewise up here In the timber; ' rr Wo think we aro runnln' the thing; We'ro falling the trees An we're ninkln' It freeze But nil of a sudden It's Spring. Then it's mix up n wulk fer the swampers An' can tho wjiolo macklnaw mob; No use fer the boss I the crew er the hoss Itlbs Spring bus got back on tho Job. (CopyrlshL) I Doctor, will ever swim again, after this ayvful fall? , Shad: EAGLE'MIKADO". PencUNo.174 You'll bo up and about In a day or twoT I only find Dr. Cod: Oh I For Sale i H about dred ' ken! rlous nine hunhones broNothing os- at r.ll a: tt your Dealer EAGLE MIKADO Made in five sjradea ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND "(ivl .all! EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK TIIK IIOMK TOWN MOKItOW TO HEM IN a HlWATOHIAfi FIGHTS THE BLUE SHADOW Dy MARY WHITNEY. Newspaper lX0KPtS0MltKxtXLOSiK.0ti0r (7QtfGtfWVKAWV7atf? , 3(300 McClur Mil, by Symltcatt.) It Is mow eljrljt yews llml 1 linvc farm unil I shall Jictii on my clili-unever leave It. The thought of seleiitlf-J- r rt'iuxli IIIN mo Willi the kiiiiiq Jiorror that 1 folt when I saw Mnrlc lying dend I" the CiU'ik'ii, a faint liluo tJuidow mi lier forolieiul. I was Jii.it out nf college when 1 went to work (ir Or. (itiMiniil. From (lie II rut lie I in pressed me uiirnnnlly, 418 a ierson of too strong Imagination. Tlicn, too, I thought Unit he was not over enroful In the handling of Hut no one dared reiiion-tm- ti except .Mnrle, mid xlie was tun mill linppy. At ten vt she wiw happy until Lord rHuclfett threw her over for rich Hum' Oreutt's widow. I tdmll never forget ifluit morning. I mw her" run down the hill, his letter In her hand, nnd llliig open Hie door (if the laboratory without knocking, hn act llmt was Hrlclly foilildileu lo us lioth. In u second I henrd u spit, then n roar nnd I could "CO the Hash of purple Hume. The doctor wiib scarcely hurt nt nil, litit Mario wus hunted r.ml the poisonous fumes lind ("iiH'iiclied forever (he JlKht-heurted V- - light In her u.wh. It seemed ns If every part of feeling In the iloetor turned to something grim jinii terrlhle. The next morning he culled me to the library nnd naked me what I knew nbout the pineal glnnd. lie pointed to the oHn dictionary nnd Imde me renil nloud. In a voice tftnt trembled n little I obeyed: "In innti n Kmnll, conical, reddish Brny body lictl to the third ventricle of the brain. It has the structure of uu eye with n more or Ids distinct retina or ' lens. It Is evidently a remnant of an Important sone orgnn. Its present ' function Is unknown." "Hear this In mind," said the doctor when I bad finished, "Iben! Is no death, only change. Countless factors have ntrophled that glnnd. Now I shall lilay upon It by every stimulus . to tiwaken It." "To what end?" I iwfccd weakly. "To give her nil eje, to her nnd all the world." ."Hut there Is no place, no socket." "One will form. I can only mark the nds, not the precedes of nature. All I ask of you, Miss Iloblnson, Is tont-ten- d to my supplies, tile my notes nnd to. keep your mouth shut. I know that you nre capable of nil three," In nbout tvv-- months the process be gan. Kvery morning I led Marie to the laboratory, the doctor locked the xloor nnd I walked outside. Sometimes X could hear strange gurglings and menus, but Marie declared that she did not suffer much. After the treatment she, would sleep. And she' would always dream. At first It was of tall trees nnd ItHi grasses, then the thickets would be peopled with great monShe would asters and Hying reptiles awaken hungry nnd ask for chop, always complaining that they were overdone. I watched these changes with dismay, but the doctor frowned grimly. "It's nwnkenlng," he said, "nnd with Its stirring it brings to her subconscious mind the evolution of the race." One day Marie did not sleep as usunl. She kept murmuring thickly nbout the wind In the tree tops.-T- he. doctor culled to me lo help a moment with some apparatus, and when I returned she hnd disappeared. I called to the doctor and we ran out Into the garden. She had climbed to the lower and sat with limb of nn old iienr-trc- e fnce uplifted as If drinking In the beauty of the leaves ngulnst the sky. When Marie heard our steps she grasped the trunk with both hands nnd began to climb. It wns a Louis Hond tree, very straight and tall. "Come down, dearie," cried the dec-to- r, "como down to your dnddy here." toward ns. The Marie lenued THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT branches lirfd unloosened her long hair and It wns swaying gently. Can you remember thnt Christinas "Father," she said, "I wonder If I s the trees? It almost sccms'us If when you first received The Youth fee Comanlon among your Christmas I do." You can perhaps recall "Perhaps so, dearest. Come down presents? and tell mo about It. You'ro not afraid tho titles of some of tho serial sto- of your old daddy, are you?" lios In those early numbers, and you "Pm not ufrald of anything but can well remember how every ono snakes." in the family wanted to read your Just then the first breath of the eve- paper. ning breeze rustled the leaves of the y tho Companion mnkes tho pear trees. It caught n lock of Marie's Ideal Christmas present. No family, hair and whipped it across. her face. especially ono with growing boys and "Oil J" she screamed, "n snake; I felt bo 'without the tried hlnil" She brjushed frantically lit her girls, should Companion the atul true Youth's face, lost her hold and fell at our friend and entertainer of ho3ts of feet. Tenderly we carried her Into thp li- popple both old nnd young. brary nnd laid her on the couch. I I Tho Companion is truo to. the best pusln-- buck her hair and, for the llrst American ideals of life, giving every time, wo saw n fnlnt, blue, oval shadow-o- week a gonorous supply of the best her forehead. stories, current events, comments on special And llmt Is till the story of Murlo tho world's doings with Gnspurd. Tho doctor went to France pages for Uoys, for Olrls and for the and I In n few months bought my Family. " chicken farm. Sometimes, on moonTho 52 Issues of 1022 will bo my pear trees light nights, stories, short rustling in tho breeze. Sometimes a 'crowded with s'erlal me stories, editorials, poetry, facts nnd white misty tlgure bends toward from tho brunches nnd I cntch u fun. Subscribe now and receive: glimpse of Marie's sweet face, a faint 1. T)ie Youth's Companion 52 is iblue shadow on her forehead. sues In 1922. 2. Ail the rotnalnlng Issues of 1921. In Peaceful Grave. 3. The Companion Home Calendar All for $2.50. for 1922. In nn open field not very far from 'Loudon, Englund. there Is u solitary 4. Or includo McCall's Magazine, the grave of ono who was an urdent-love- r monthly authority on fahions. .of the surrounding country. This wns Both publications, only $3.00. a woman who did not wish to be THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, burled In tho crowded cemeteries of Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St., tho city. And one cannot help feeling Boston, Mass. that sho wns u little wise, for where New subscriptions received at this she rests tho-- countryside Is full of office. Veace. -nt-tyou-fnvo- We live. In this town becauso wo bellcvo In It. Wo bellovo In it because It is a good town, regardless of Its few defects and Its peoplo are the peers of thoso to ho found anywhere. This town may not have tho wonlth of somo more fnvored communities, but It has character, nnd character Is a possession which can not ba pur chased with gold. If you believe In your homo town you will like It, and If you like it no of fort toward Its improvument will ho too great for you. Again we ask you to havo laP.li In your own pnwcu to also hem faith In your own town. When you feel llko criticising it, check the thought before it' is spoken. You can alwnys find something good to sny Instead, and oven then tho half of tho truth will never bo told. It Is a good town now. but faith, loyalty nnd united action, will rtsfcc it a letter one. Cur faith In this town, bro'her, Is town slmplv faith In you, becauso-ti Is a collection of youri. Surely your faith Is not less than ours. Let us unite let us act for a moro coheslvo community. It is your home, nnd ours. The Scottish Chief. . h ' Frankfort, Ky., win P. .Morrow Oct. 30v Gov. Ed- will leavo tomorrow for the Eighteenth Senatorial" District to take tho stump in behalf of the Republican nominee Ho wilt speak In Casey County, the Republi can stronghold of tho district. From there ho will go into tho Hopkins-Christia- n District, where another warm fight Is in progress. Tho Uopubllcans aro making extra, ordinary efforts to carry these two doubtful districts in hope of obtain ing control of tho Sonate. 4) CALL ON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything; you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we Ilcgulate tho bowels when they fall to move properly. Horbino is nn bowoL regulator It helps tha livtr nnd stomach and restores a fine feeling of strength and buoyancy. Price 66c. Sold by Ohio County n Drug Co. MASTER COMMISSIONHU'S SALK. Ohio Circuit Court, ttanle R. Quinn, Plaintiff. vs. Report of Sale, Mary J. Quinn, et nl Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of salo entered in tho above styled action at tho September, 1921 term of the abovo styled court, directing me to sell tho hereinafter described real estate, for tho purpose of dividing the proceeds of said salo among the parties entltlod thereto, aftor tho payment of tho costs of this action and the cost of this sale, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tho hlgh-tand best bidder at tho Court House door In Hartford. Ky., on Mon So. I day, November 7th, 1921, at about Constitutional Amemlmrnt uo- Are you in favor of amending' the tho hour of ono o'ciock v. ai. l term day of tho regular by striking out of Ing tho firstCounty Court) on n credit State Constitution of tho Ohio Sections 91.03 and 90 tho words of six and twelve months, tne rouow-in- g Public Instruu described real estate, lying nnd "Superintendent of thereby leaving to tho General being in Ohio County, Kentucky and tion" as follows: Assembly tho power to provide Ey law described 1st tract: Beginning at a white method of oak or a stono PermeliaA. or J. W. such officer nnd-th- e for Hunter's N. E. corner; thenco with his selection? poles to a stone; his lino S. 4G thenco E. 50 poles to a stone; thenco Nl 40poles to a stone; thence W. 28,, poles to a stone; thenco N. G poles to a stone .corner to Mary E. NO Fulkorson's survey; thenco W. 28 poles to the beginning, containing 17 So. 2 Constitutional Amendment acres moro or less. r nmendlng Section 18G Being same land convoyed by D. Oo wife, of tho State Constitution so thnt said M. White and DIclclo White his In th record wheji amendod shnll read deed for which is of office in deed section Ohio County Clerk's as fellows: book 30, page 35. Also a tract of land 2nd tract: "All funds accruing to tho School Fnlkerson's heirs, Fund shall be used for tho mainten HppiIpcI bv is of record in the ance of tho Public Schools of the deed for which erk's otnee in aooa Ohio County C State nnd for no other pun3e, aad hook 37. nngo 26. Tho conl and min genuy eral has been previously soici, ami tho General Assembly-sh- all antri land conveyed by B. eral law prescribe the manner of tho snn ami wife to Claud and B. KltlKorNannie R, distribution and tho use of tho Pub- Quinn, on October 9. 1909, wmen public school purlic School fund for deed is of record in the Ohio County poses. Provided, however, that not Clerk's office in deed book 61, page more than ten per cent of said public r4 4 The purchaser will be required to Bchoot fund shall be. distributed other execute bonds for tho purchase prico upon the per capita basis. than after sale, of said land immediately with security to bo approved by the In six and commissioner payable YES twelve months bearing interest at tho rate of 0 per cent per antrum fror, d:tto until 1'ald. SiU bonds tc hav6 NO the forcn, nnd effect of .v Ji.nrmont. A lien will be retained on the land sold to further secure tho payment of NONPAItTJSAN GOVKItNOU LOSES BY 7,000 VOTES said bonds. Given undr my hand this the 19th day of October, 1921. OV I'O C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. C. Fargo, N. D., Oct. 30 Both In John B. WHon Attroney. League dependent nnd mm factions seemed agreed tonight tnat Intho majority for It. A. Nestos, FOR FLETCHER'S dependent gubernatorial candidate in recall election, Friday's State-wld- o . 'would be from 4,000 to 7,000. MASTER COSDnSSIOXER'S SALE. Ohio Circuit Court. 0. E. Royal, et al.. Plaintiffs. vs. Notlco of sale. P. F. Westorfield ,et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order For Infants and Children of salo entered in the above styled Years action at tho September 1921, term In Use For Over of tho abovo styled court.directing me Always bears to sell the hereinafter described real the 2&&k estate, for tho purposo of dividing Signature, of tho proceeds of said sale among tho st - BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., XT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFQRD, fr KENTUCKY - dfo,,fflfi n Non-partis- Children Cry CASTOR A Me-o-m- y, JSR how you'll take to a pipe and P. A.! from bite and parch (cu? m SisZ CASTOR rA 30 it .i r parties entitled thereto, after the payment of the costs of this nction and tho cost of this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and boat bidder at tho Court House door In Hartford, Ky., on Monday, November 7th, 11)21. at about the hour of one o'clock P. M. (It bejng tho first day of the regular term of the Ohio County Court) on a credit of six and twelve months, the following described real estate, lying- - and being In Ohio County Kentucky and Uelng throe described as follow: tracts of land on Iho waters of South Panther Creek, and bounded as follows:, . Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under vour hat that this is the open season to start something with a joy'us jimmy pipe and some Prince Albert! Because, a pipe packed out by our exclusive pat- enteu process; are a reve lation to theman who never could get acquainted with a pipe! P. At has made "a pipe a thing of joy to four men where one was smoked , before! To-da- ' i v j 1st tract: Beginning about 4 feet N. E. of a chestnut stump on tho west sldo of Hamilton Ford and Fordsvlllo road; thonce running N. 35 V& W. 50 3 polos to a stake ;tbenco N. 73 W. IS polos to n stake' thenco TJ. 14 B. 130 poles to a stone; thenco N. 68 W. 45 poles to a stone;- thenco N. 10 E. 13 J6 poles to u stono and beoch stump on tho south side of tho old bed of Panther Creok; thenco down snld creok as It meanders when roducod to n BtraJglit'"llno, N. 55 W .20 poles; N. 82V6 W. 108 poles, S. 3 26 W. 24 poles, S. 13 E. 80 poles, S. 54 E. 12 poles to a stono Tom Royal's N. W. corner; thenco with said Tom Royal's and I. C. West-erflellino. S. 70 E. CO poles to a stone suld Westorfield's corner on a farm road; thence with said farm road as it meanders when reduced to a straight line S. 4 E. 30 poles S. 20 W. 15 poles S. 10 W. 15 poles, S. 6 W. 28 poles, S. 35 E. 62 poles t.o said Westorflold's cornor on the west sldo of Hamilton Ford and Fordsvlllo road thence with said road as It menudersC polos. N. 10 E. N. 75 E. 53 poles to the, beginning, containing 130 acres more or. less. 2nd tract: Beginning at a stono in Phlstor's Hue at n point whore tho old Hamilton Ford and Fordsvlllo road made u short turn: thence run ning with the aforesaid road as It meanders when renuren to siraieiu lines are S. 44 W. SO Poles, S. 10 W, 2-1- -3 with Prince 'Albert satisfies a man as he was never satisfied before and keeps him satisfied! And, you can prove it! Why P. A.'s flavor arid fragrance and coolness and its freedom 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! m and half pound tin hamldors nnd in tha pound cryttat glait Prince Albert Is told in toppy rtd bast, tidy rtd tint, handtomt pound humidor tpansa molsttntr top. with by K. Copyrltfet 1821 Tobac-- 3 Co. J, Reynold , Wlaitoa-Salom- N.C. H the national Joy smoke poles, S. 75 W. C3 3 poles, S. 50 poles to a stone, Tom Royal's corner; thence with said Royal's lino H. 20 & K. 17 5 poles to u stone; thenco S. 13 W, 13 poles; IS. 112 poles to a thenco N. 62 stone and whlto oak; thenco S. 08 K. 2S poles to a whlto oak; thence S. 55 K. 97 poles to a hickory; thenco N. 32 K. 13 poles to a stone oil, tho N. K. corner ot a small bridgo near the old roadbed; thenco with said old roadbed as it meanders, N. about 79 W. 91 poles to the beginning, containing 70 acres, more or less. The two abovo tracts nre a part of a larger tract ot land conveyed to W. W. Royal and Mary P. Royal and 5 1-- W. 17 owned by them 3-- D death. in deed book 25, pago County Clerk's otfico. 3rd tract: Ileglnning nt a white I The purchaser will bo required to oak in the Joshua Hellnmy and S. S, execute bonds for tho purchase prico Urowu line; thence running about ot said land immediately after sale, south 52 pales to a beoch; thenco J with, security to be approved by tho about S. K. 36 poles to a stono cor commissioner, payablo In six and ner to S. S. Drown; then 67 K. 84 twelve lrlonths, bearing Interest at poles to four hickory saplings, an- the nrte of 6 per cent per annum from other corner of S. S. Hrown; then N. date until paid. Said bonds to havb 30 W, 24 poles to,a large-whitoak the force and effect ot a judgment. In Crow's lino, then about N. W. to A lien will bo rotalncd on the land tho beginning, containing 40 acres, sold to further secure the payment ot said bonds. moro or less Uelng the same land conveyed to Given under my band this the 19th the decedents W. W. noval and Mary day of October. 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. O-P. Hoyal by P. P, Westerfield and i wlfo on October 29, 1903, and which, M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. 487 Ohio e at the time ot their, is ot record 'iifiiiuii muni i.i JWtP1'-'''""'"'- '' " r rarwixrovrioNS a:jl :i)AVIlf II. i Y KINCIIKIiOK from :cler.t every Democrat Tho olec- sUJwmrr n Republican In this great THaXTCTHJtlc rtnuuly of Daviess will t&rt3itUtad nnnltopubllcan victory ovor nation." (David II. " xtztv Kfb&uAfi In his speech at Kontsvlllo,' It David thinks It tOMl S&.XS21). u IfixlUy "Important that tho Demo- iraevMiAiilnwu3ly Btand behind their flunrtjr nominees In R Daviess County, not tho best doctrine to cJsr iiriil rbo followed In tho good 3wois. ttVaaijw-jJirClUlo- ? Democrats are; Hupubllcans everywhere In our a rot3 .OWo. which wo also think , urging them to break aTcajr trom party ties and help elect yaBai:K-MO- t all. of their PAUTV .SfflAfJNEES. What say you Mr. and Wo don't bellove lVm. jKcpulillcan? 4Mr.-nn-U-l allow tho Domocrats of :2Ni.i:anty to hoodwink you In any iwiic jlv wanner. Voto tho straight 525littran alcket "VVhafs good for Jl."!E.vlyw bounty Democratic goosei nRRMd'Vor tho Ohio County Republl- T3v!5emleT. ".rtqnotatlons from Klncheloe's V33jrs .County speeches; "I have i nnrtidate In tho primary and ;lssEMttn defeated, but It only made ti. Ux&jit Democrat of mo." More .TpscK.TKibling Tor Ohio County Repub-&x- ., according to the above men- yrma -- "Son Msaft't build your party tfusfox: at the president nnil bulld- "3l .Voii must start nt tho linntvts .nnd 'build up. I appeal to '' xj oumsOdn lo circuit Judge. Illinois Central System's Territory Leads the Nation in Production mm &m Tho Illinois Contral Syutcin, extending from tho Orwit Lakes and the uppor Missouri River val-lo- y along tho Mississippi River to tho Oulf of Moxlco, serves the most productive district In tho orld. This wonderfully fertllo torrltory, drained by tho nation's throo greatest water syBtnirt tho Mississippi, Missouri and Ohio rivers furnishes tho raw material to feed, clothe, shelter nnd warm ' many millions of tho world's population , Tho fourteen states which aro, directly sorved by tho Illinois Central System's 6,2.13 miles of rail' " way lines are: I t9i .. to Alabama ii"J:-.wunty- Arkansas Illlnoii Indiana Iowa Kentucky 1onl.slunn Mtmicvsota Ncbrnsku South Dakota TennpsM'o Mississippi All.stotn I Wisconsin Theao fourteen states are-le- ss than .10 per cont of tho number In tho Union. Tholr territory of 797,793 square miles Is only 263 por cent of tho total aroa of the United States. Hut how much greater are the percentages which show their leadership In the substantial things of tho world! Forty-flv- o pep cent of nil the farms In tho United States nro located In theso fourteen states, and 1920 they produced crops valued at 39.2 per corn of tho total" valuation of nil tho farm crops of In tho country. Tho farms fii theso fourteen states nro equipped with farm buildings valued nt 46 por cent of tho valuation of all tho farm buildings of tho country, and with farm machinery "valued at 46.3 por. cent of tho nation's total. III I "III 1 I'ill IW iff tkr r1auf xoose tuIo. nover -v- A. C. PORTER GIVES AN ACCOUNT OF HIS STEWARDSHIP The-IlllnCentral System'8 territory nlfo Is a leader In llkcstock production. Tho fourteen athdi twill Rtay with states on aJnuary 1, 1921, contained 46.8 per cent of all tho horses. 49 per cent of all tho mules, 43.1 placed in me. To that end I j your life." Kvery ambition has been to merit the confidence onsestadcr tit per cent of all the cattle, ljj.3 per cent of all tho sheep and 62.2 per cent of all the swine on tho farms, Un Ohio County should have, at all times, endeavored to faithfully discharge' the duties of my of-- 1 Ahv party, place their own In fice and to deal with every litigant fairly, regardless' of his political af- -. of the United tSatcs. Tho aggregate value of tho livestock In tho fourteen states was 41.4 por cont of Hwvld's and then take 1 'ttrar-M'- t the aggregate value of the livestock on all tho farms In tho country. ' filiation. . i. detour rsulvise. I am again asking tho people of this county to- elect me to the samo In addition to farm leadership", tho fourtoen states served by tho Illinois Central System producbear to think of my haired-glr- l, or of your Ilt- - office and, In so doing I promise to give tho best possible; service In retruu. ed 37.5 per cent of all the lumber nnd 34.5 per cent qf all tho lumber nnd 34.5 per centof all tho I.';ai3 sit ting loathe same seat with Owing to the duties of the office, I havo not been able to Beo-a- ll of you' bituminous coal produced In the country during 1920. rarsjisMs.at schooif- This Is a Consequently I am forced to and personally ask you for your support Th& Illinois Central System Is proud of tho magnificent territory which It directly serves with 3iot a Republican coun--'- 3 adopt this metkpd of address. Tieop It Democratic" transportation, Transportation is the factor which gives roal value to tho excellent production of To you, whom I havo seen, I wish to express my most sincere pprecia-tlo- n znia? 3 jrmi say Kood Republicans? theso states. We are constantly endeavoring to contribute. our part toward mnklnR this torrltory of of your expressions of friendship and proffers of 'support. You, whom your being Sis. jriiu Jivu and have even greater productive valuo, especially byronderlng a service of satisfaction to our patrons. Wo aro jfe ;.?cKid county of Ohio. This. I havo not had the pleasure of selng, I wish to respectfully ask to give due' .& eager to be of service because that Is the end for which the; Illinois Central System exists. Hepnblican, let's keep It so. and careful consideration to my claims for endorsement and, if you believe rtex&r it Jthal is Rood for the Demo- - that I havo made a faithful and efficient public servant, to vote for me next Constructive criticism nnd suggestions ato Invited. ."T5.i?raKBinv(!r Jn Daviess ought to ' H. MARKHAM. . 5j. satfwaMy lair for tho gander in i TueS(lay- Having ernestly and conscientiously tried, throughout my term of of- President, Illinois Central' System. c35sf.3jnnty. me, I now confidently leave it to i fico to fulfill tho duties incumbent upon Thcn and Kow tho (U0 judgment of my fellow-citizen- s Cfra: year .ago our friends, as"to whether I have been faithful to my TJziacc4.v were doing somo of tho trust. iifaSss. Efcfier cumalgning over witness- Sincerely, rtsatJjiL 3xxb "County. They were ting her finger. -- Political A. C. PORTER. Advertlsomont. a iill ."sorts of scarecrows, I Mrs. Drusilla Barnard was called 3a2axss: n.T to tho community which to the bedside of her grandson, Den-haumfnnut lho onMrn rmintv nnd Rtatn Maddox, who died last week. or "gula CKRALVO. az.zKdX, Ate most abject ictures of,8tate scho1 s'st,c'' rulcis j ' Mr. Ab Hill, who had been sick for tlons. Tho candidate who asks you Airs. Drusilla Barnard spent xiiisaS.naHSildTiappen, as Dave Klnche- some time died at the home of his to disregard your party and Its nomdays with her sfster, Mrs. James son. Mr. J. J. Hill, October 26, and Xt&t aay "to his litle golden haired inees In tho election just at hand may Miles of McHenry. lU212tfjrour Jlttle girl," In case tho after funeral services conducted b iapHiilKajis won. We had, many be the loudest fit singing the "nigger Mr. Hub Bratcher has' bought and nev. Wlnchel tho following day, ho stuff" to you after he lands in ofiaa prior to that date, Republican - fice, should ho succeed by your vote, moved to the Alvis Fulkerson farm, was laid in the Coralvo cemetery. Ho jOMMsliJtysts and also Republican govThe Stork visited the home.of Mr. ' leaves four sons and four daughters, as ho must get Rcubllcan votes it he f dxaaes,' yet no calamity befell this wins. Wo know that some were pro- and Mrs. John Chancellor on October a number of grandchildren and many I 'i&QjilajwJ In which wo live. "Nigger" 23, and left a baby girl. friends to mourn his loss. with such talk last fall, not beutpiarfjTrnvHH not thrust upon any of lific Mrs. Emma B. Fulkerson Is suf- -i Miss Mary and Grace Stales of cause they believed it, but purely to MTbitaJOfe jn'Ohio County neither was ferlng with her hand, caused by cut- - Nl?on attended ch'.rch herc Sunday. arouse the general partisan spirit, irOttiaaniied, thought of, or asked, If tsolely because they were la stasoclation with 'tho whites, or and tha tho real Issue between the shaky on tho Democrats have .iJnKiii schools parties. We have been told by reI xdtaH when they refer .to" "Nigger" liable negroes that they have been MjiiaiLrjF as n acsrenll with which to approachod, yes, tho Democrats would innuJinp hoir, party behind their can- - oven accept in this election, the Onr neighbor, tho Hartford i iSffajjts. voto, very readily too and bo JTSsstiii. a, order to eudeavor to cre- - mighty glatLto'gct it. Then, a year a and aB they "thought, ago, laJift and now are two different dates. IwSftilfi the now president, Warren O. Republicans' wore sneered at then, days and days, kept his Hswlf ;. for they 'are begging you for a by negroes hang- - but now SfSwraTw.siirroinide'il hand, expecting you to leave your H3: tax. xt front window of Its office. ship and get into their boat, and furAT Waaler Just why it does not do so ther, they know thoy cannot possibly .riW? Yej.a lot of Democrats were dock their craft unless they get as'xraitlinji whispered, solemn and long- - sistance from tho Republican crow, The amendments are printed on the right rais; lainvtTsations that Senator iUat'-- t;s or.'.' reason tliey aro not "Siiir&ns, the. Republican candidate singing side of ballot. They and take Kentucky Schools song, tho same old scare-cro.. ,vr prwsldorit, was part "nigger" arc not under any out of the smother of but given a litle time and you will party emblem. vuxt walmutcil that ho was at least hear alright, you need not discount Jt a fow said maybo Partisan Politics quite In Daviess County ConIn order to be sure Wasn't it awful to havo that fact. Davo Klncheloo and Senathat your vote will Tlipy were trying gressman caiuLuliito. Tho leaders and thousands of OTii. tor Pat Harrison havo tried to rally be counted for the zjarZi. fnun.iind thought they could prominent men and women in amendments it Is partisan tho Democrats by the beloved and t"bv sb ii)y "'arousing blind, botji the Democratic and Retime-wor- n air, but In Ohio county, In necessary to stamp in skirls. 'Thby now know that they this election they are afraid of It, publican parties throughout tho the cquare "Yes", on win in Ohio County Ti2Mirt hence thoy leave ft off and Instead, state recommend' it. Editors, right hand side the cm pm.lKnn methods nnd prejudice, of each amendment. statesmen, educators urge it. going from hou&o to honey you. sa i to Republican '1UU3H, Jtepnbllcan . It is riot a question of politics. Vote. This Wiy ri2r Jfitif appeal U) .drop party, that FOR FLETCHER'S thu Ttopu'blluhn party, and help All the progressive men and Jjtatn tit win on November the 8th. women in both parties agree jwur !they clashed you with tho is the Underwear we recommend and stand back of that it is the thing to do 'a'lKxnr"" and they think a "nlggor" NOTICE No if you seek the higher quality of fabric and finish. LET'S DO IT. a 5faX. fhwnwtullest" thing in tho L if you're looking tor perfect fit and underwear comTun, whrft. v rlde world nearly. Notice is hereby given thnt Win, fort. riiaiw ui onw they will Uo the same Hamilton has taken over tho bus!- if you believe in real economy. tuirt" In tho next camulgn 'Unavr v r.rni,i- nml resident, and It Is ness, aaaats, good will and trade if you want the biggest value for your money. rjcr iu vurj' "unlikely that nomo pf marks of tho Martin & Pollock Coal if you like to choose from a wide range of styles and who aro Company, and will continue tho bui 4bp7tUamot'rnllc candidates fabrics. tfnr your vote, you, whom siness thu samo si a horotoforo In all Our existing educational system is old, obsolete and We know vye can sell you complete underwear satisrespects under his own nr.nie. PCIpw a tJuiy expect to vote for rendered inefficient by tho manner in which our political faction in Munsingwear. Notice Is hereby given that tho said n ibe name, "nlggor" song system compels its administration. Progress has when woinust Martin & Pollock Coal Company, by We especially invite you to give us a trial. rr.jou twu"yenTH hone?, camaign made tho change and imit. Other states have and unanimous consent of all tho stock-- ) 5,tifarouBh Jiuothor proved their educational systems 100 per cent by it. you corporation, bo dissolved by will iaalj-- ai .fur state officers, an Kentucky children deserve no less. to liear .It ,threo holders on the 1st d:y of Junuary, suju diiiud-ctrtal- n to tho best 1922, and all persona having claims, -- ean.'tiwmnow, bocaus&, This advertisement it paid for by patriotic Democratic owing wo have never against seld corporation or and RepubUcah men and women of Kentucky Who Want r khj the million school children of Kentucky to enoy the jfwtfliritiEh a" campaign for presl- - said .corporation will call on tho unbenefit of an educational eyttem equal to other ttatet. everybody knows dersigned at Giomwoll on or before rtrfhour".Jt,-au-has January 1st, 1922. 10t4 mi) Iwifiral government Wm, HAMILTON, tf.'iwjduB whatever ,to.do with our ol sMZSr-TCt'iint- y, a-ut's a Democrat who "Sbftm was wsMaiiodalcket who did not regrtt ;U,h? isnxiui Juturo time. It Is To tho Voters of Ohio County: Six years ago the goodpeoplo of Ohio County honored mo .by electing Since that time my only you tho me to the of flea of Clejk of the OhloClrcultCourt. somo-Lt&r- s; In practically every farm'crop theso fourteen states as a wholo tako a leadership, thi great variety of cllmato and soils encountered between South Dakota and Louisiana. In 1920 they produced G5.9 per ceni of all tho corn, 30.7 per cent of all tho wheat, 62.4 por cent of all tho barley, 49.1 per cent of all tho rye, 30.9 por cent of all tho white potatoes, 45.6 por cont of nil tho sweet potntoes, 39.8 por cent of all tho tamo hay, 61.3 por cent of all tho wild hay, 27 per cent of all tho cotton, 63.7 per cont of all tho rice and 42.5 per cent of all the tobacco produced In tho United S do-rpt- te tates. ' t ' ':.-J C 2t rt I MUNSiNG AR it e's jm-judlc- Kentuckians Vote" Yes "For Both Important November 8th Amendments s w -- van-Tia-- lf. ittjb-sibl- ir ae -- j. Children Cry jl OASTORIA YesX MUNSINGWEAR j - A Million School Children out-grdw- In Kentucky Cry Out To You OIy'lUT Carson (l Co. Hartford, Kentucky. f-f- j !. -