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The Hartford republican: June 9, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922060901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 9, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV BAIL WORKERS TO Devoied to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Y& HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY. KENTUCKY, cele- FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1922. I NUMBER SO on the points for Hartford. Ileneer REGISTRATION LAW was spiked In the sixth Inning, not President Harding Expresses ." muat ue remeiiiuereu mat voters uonuusij-- nowever, anu retireu trom imtliy With Campaign Now cannot register by mall. They must the game. Act Passed By Last Legisla-- r xVote On Accepting Wage apply lir person and In tho precinct Instituted. SIM PSO.V 311 LLER in which they nre legal voters. Reduction Set For ture Over Veto, To Each voter will bo called upon to June 30. Be Fought. Miss Alma Simpson of Cromwell, Washington. Juno 8.' fCanltal News state his or her political affiliation. Service). The Interstato Commerce This may be given as "Republican" nnd Mr. Urbln Miller of tho Mt. Pleas- Commission complies statistics of ac- - "Democrat" "Independent" "Social- - ant country, came to Hartford Mon-Ist- " Suit will be filed In tho Franklla day nnd were Joined In marriage in Chicago, June C. Whether to accldents Involving loss of lfe or in- "Prohibitionist" and so on. i Circuit Court at Frankfort next weok cept- wage reductions aggregating The penalties for fraud, illegal the county Clerk's office, Judge jury in which railroads are Involved. to test the constitutionality of tho pronouncing the ceremony. $110,000,000 or strike will be decided and Interfering with According, to these figures, last year The bride Is well known here, hav- - now state registration law. Tha suit by railroad workers of the country 1,072 persons were killed and 4,818 glstratlon are rather severe. If any- persons Injured In accidents at erado one disturbs or hinders tho reglstra- -' ing taught In the local graded school will be filed by a Franklin County within thirty days, It vas stated totaxpayer, who will ask that tho law-bcrossings. night. Strlko ballots are being sent Most of these were auto tlon, he is guilty of misdemeanor ami during tho last semester of 1920-2declared unconstitutional on tho may be fined as much as One Hun- - She taught In tho Cromwell consoll-dre- d out, returnable June 30. Approximobile accidents." " LEAVE FOR CIH.VA. As a result, a campaign,. having at Dollars. A registration of fl- - dated school during tho year Just ground that It wns not properly cermately 1,200,000 men will bo affectIts slogan "Cross Crossing Cautlous- - cer who fails to do his duty .may be past and has been quite successful In tified by the clerk after being passed. Mr. and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook ij., Is i,enB instituted by the Am- - fined the same amount. Altering or that profession. She is a lady of ed over the governor's veto. B. M. Jewell, president of the nail- Under left- - erlcan 'Railroad Asoclatlon. whlrh destroying a registration book Is a culture and much appreciated by all ordinary circumstances way Employes' Department or tue and littlo son, John Rowan, American Federation of Labor, mado 'Fordsvllle Sunday, for Seattle, Wash.,'will endeavor to Impress upon all who felony and may be punished by con- - who know her. Mr. Miller is a son when a suit Is filed to test tho conthe announcement tonight that the irom wnence iney win snu tomorrow, - use the road which passes over a flnement In the penitentiary from one'1 of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and Is an stitutionality of a law, the attorney , strlko voir has been ordered. Mr. for Shanghai. China, where Mr. Hoi- railroad track, both In this country to five years. Anyone who breaks up energetic and prosperous farmer, general defends the measure when Jewell at tho same time excoriated brook will resume his duties with and n Canada, of the need of stop-th- o or attempts to break up a registra- numbering his friends by his ac- the trial Is called In court. However, in this case, Attorney General Charles International Banking Corpora. pIngi iooking and listening antf of n tion may bo fined from One Hun- quaintances. the rMlwny labor board. I. Dawson, It Is understood, will stop of New York, as manager of theung tno train go by first. "By no stretch of tho facts can dred to FIvp Hundred Dollars and Imaside and ask tlfat the Democratic 0'f tnl8 campaign President Hird- - prisoned In the county Jail from six 3IRS. DELILAH BEAN II1I3 decision be Justified," he said. Institution's branch bank. Mr. Holbrook .nfter having spent lnK jlag 8ad. ..Tne compete scope to twelve months. committee appoint a lawyer to deHo referred to a reduction of When tho registration Is finished, for shopmen, freight car men approximately 8 years In the service of .,, an effort wo,d mean t,,c sav. Mrs. Delilah Bean, widow of the fend the suit. Tho law was passed by Democrats nnd cleaners ordered by tho board to- Of the International, 6 of which had Ing o thousand of lives, the pre- - the registration books are to be tak- late W. F. Bean, who passed away been In Japan and China, was grant (Ventlon of many more thousands of en to the County Court Clerk's office. late In April, died at her home near as a strlctfy partisan measure at tho day. , Mr. Jewell charged that tho board ed an S month's vacation and he, to injuries and incidentally the proven- - The law does not say which bfflcer Sulphur Springs, Monday afternoon, last session of the Legislature. Govseiner witn ins wne ana uaoy, re - Uon ot a great property loss. Is not an Impartial court. or officers shall do this. It would of ailments incident to her advanc- ernor Morrow exercised his conV.Hu-;ton- al .,.. autliority in vetoing tho meat.inni .null, tlllll, i. be proper for at least two of the of- ed age. i,.n.. 19 nt iiUUIO'J, u,, ,. "The effect, will bo an immediate i' turned to Ohio County whero seven v. ill? 1141.111 ..., . ,-!, " confirmation of tho belief among our mnnthn worn- annnt u'llh tlirtlr nnrpnts elimination oi graue " crossings, to ficers, "one from each political par- Funeral services were conductedj sure, which was promptly passed by lio'th the House and the Senate over membership that tho railroad board Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook of wh,ch a p0gBKo energy and modiis ty tO( go with th,e boks to the clerk's at the-M- t. Vernon church at 3 o'clock his v.to. Claim Is belns.-madHartford and Mr. nnd Mrs. John T. shouid be unceasingly dlrec'ed nut office, as is done In case of elections. ' Tuesday after- oon, and now is not an impartial court, created to that the act was not properly certified dispense Justice, but is a body cre- Smith Jr., of Fordsvllle, and other the ext)ent of our country and lts The registration officers must be burled in the church cemetery. after passing the- - House and Senate -- ated to help the railroads carry out relatives. railroad mileage make apparent that sworn before beginning their work. In overriding the veto. Thero has Tiie voyage upon wnicn tne hoi- - no, tot, manv of utmos. offort They can be sworn before any officer their labor policy," he continued. 3IARRIAGE LICENSES. been gneral dissatisfaction with tho brooks will embark Is n long one, could this be effected. authorized to administer an oath. If Workors Will confer. measure, both'among Democrats and being a distance of 5,500 miles, the should be constant pressure It is not convenient to go before an "There John Robinson, Echols, to Agnes Republicans, Mr. Jewe'll left tonight for Cincinend of which, according to schedule for elimination of the danger spots, officer the registration clerk is au- Baugh, and it Is not believed Beaver Dam. nati to attend tho conference nrtr n thn ""lO "pt V VAOnntl elltln . Itn will be reached on Juno 27. particularly In the more populous thorized to swear the other three of- "" ""!' "i"-"-"'-- ' Elmer Eml.ry. Cromwell, to Flora labor representatives, which will make a strenuous effort to have .. w" iudces can UUUUSUUt r. luiuncu. . areas, pending which there Is need ficers and then one of the ti.- ' " bo held there. , CHILI) BADLY INJURED It upheld In court. Louisville Her for Just the kind of preventative ef- administer tne oatn to tne cierK. Ar'hin ..v..r . ..w.u rtmita a. . .w w. ... . Ai!n Tho branches of railroad workers ald. Persons who cannot read or write,, Nettl8 Bartlett, Hartford R. 3 fort that your association is planby wage who have been affected Austin V., aged two and one-ha- lf ning. aro entltl d to be' registered. If the Wm. R. Whobrye, McHenry, to and who will ballot on a years, son of Mr. and Mrs. O ven HARTFORD PARTY ON . Among these measures the most vofer can write his own name In tho Mary Toms, McHenry. Shop trlke Includo the Federated Brown, city, wns thrown from n pony OUTING THIS "WEEK Urbln Miller, Beaver Dam, Route Crafts, tho Maintenance of Way and Sunday afternoon, badly bruised anu effective would seem to bo to aiouse rels.tr'atlon book he is required to In the .minds of drivers a sense of do so. It he cannot write his name 1, to Alma Simpson, Cromwell. International was unconscious near Shop Laborers and the Dr. A. B'. Riley and son, John fourteen hours. their personal responsibilities. When he should state that fact on oath to Garvin Bellies, Decatur, Ala.,, to Harve Sheffield, Association of Machinists.-- Prof. W. P..Rhoads, First aid was administered by local thoughtlessness is allowed to usurp ithe registration officer and then tho The reduced wages moan a dc- -, physicians, and the little fellow wns Flora Campfield. Beaver Dam R. 4.- and Sidney Williams left Hartford clerk will sign the voter's name for the place of vigllance.it too often crease of from 10 to 15 per cent from rushed to Owensboro whero more Monday for Rough River locks whero tho scene is .set for trasedy. him. FR03I WASHINGTON, the 1915 purchasing power, accord- thorough examination could be mado they are encamped for the week, on a 4 Reminders and still more reminders D. C. BY 'AUTOSiqBILE ing to Mr. Jewell. ' of the need for caution at railway BASEBALL BRIEFS fishing expedition. Tha party ban at the City Hospital. "Tho employes cannot help noticThe child was trampled upon sev- crossings are needed." not been heard from to date, but AND FOUL STRIKES ing the contrast between their losses eral times by the pony anil tho wound Mrs. J. M. Cox of Washington, D. knowing tho individuals as we do, t and the increasing profits of the most feared was upon ond side of C, arrived in Hartford Thursday of some great fishing "stuff" NARROWS COUPLE --WED roads," ho said. "The pay roll lo'sses tho stomach, but as the swelling had team went to last week to visit 'her parents, Mr. to bo spread on their return. Rockport's first-lin- e shop crafts since 1920 as a lt perceptibly of tho Morgantown last Sunday and dropped j and Mrs. 1. S. Mason. Mrs. Cox mo-- a upon advice of decreased, Mrs. Cordelia Wilson Shrader and hard-fougof tho decisions and layoffs battle to the Butler tored through from the capital city TEACHERS'" EXA3IINATION the attending physicians the child amount to approximately $350,000,-00- 0 was brought home Monday evening. Mr. James T. Petty of Narrows, went Countlans by the close score of and was accompanied by Miss Anna to Owensboro, Thursday of'last week, figon tho basis of authoritative Petty Neal, who Is visiting relatives , Ho has since been doing nicely and where they were united in marriage. The Ohio County Teachers' examiures from tho Interstate Commerce will be out at an early date. The second team of Rockport took In Narrows and other points. nation regularly sche'duled for June by Tho ceremony was performed Commission and the railroad labor Mr. Cox arrived hero yesterday to 16-1Is to be held at Fordsvllle, by Mr. Brown was loading tho ppny, County Judge McFarland in his office Midway into camp at Rockport, Sun-- ! "board. day to the tuno of 12 to 8. Turley.Join Mrs. Cox in visiting their rela-an- d special arrangements now perfected; with three of his children upon It In the Courthouse. Way "Similarly tho maintenance of Graves did the heaving and back tlves. by Mrs. I. S. Mason, Superintendent. when tho ponys' feet became entanglEach of the parties are quite well employes are losing nt the anual ', ed In some wire,' frightening It so known In tho Narrows country whero stopping for the Rocky Port on Green ' rate of $300,000,000. R ver while Fulkerson and Smith uisiiiiiiis fAtuiu- i ,, LOUISVILLE JIARKETS that it threw them off and before It they Have numerous friends. ' Mr., "Altogether tho policy of reduc- became manageable DECATUR, ALABA3H it had trampled Pet;ty has been in the general mercan- performed In like roles for the Middle has tions In wages and lh forces Wayers. upon tho little boy several times. Cattle Market ruled quiet and Intile business at- - Narrows for several taken from tho employes at least Sheriff G. A. Ralph returned Wed- - active on nearly all classes; Qf stock. years. in $7G0,000,000. Such a reduction CHILDREN'S DAY McHenry won from Cl'arkson on nesday from Decatur Ala., whero he Buyers discriminating against half-f- at payrolls makes the 10 per cent reducgrassy kinds and prices continue AT WASHINGTON the latter's grounds Sunday In a had gone equippeu witn requisition 3IRS. ELVIRA MILLER totalling a tion In railroad rate, game reported as being rather one upon the Governor of that state for to work lower. Best handyweight 0, saving to the public of about y want- butchers found a fairly go,od outlet Children's Thero will be an Mrs. Elvira Miller, widow of the sided, although we did not.obtaln the the transfer, of Garvin Bellies, look pretty small. Some one Day ed here by the Ohio County' Court at steady prices, with medium and service held at the Washington lute Elijah Miller, died at the home exact result. " is pocketing tho difference." M. E. Church Sunday, Juno 11. ot her son, Mr. Marvin- Miller, near. Authorities under a charge of seduc- Interior kinds dull and uneven. Other Grievances Held. Lunch is to bo served on the grounds Owensboro, Thursday forenoon, Inquiry light for heavy steers, with ot Dam at tion. Hartford, plays Beaver 4) Tho strike voto, it was pointed out, and all are invited to attend .bring- last week, of infirmities due to her Beaver Dam, Saturday and Beaver few prime kinds offered. OLATON will ttot only be based on the now ing their baskets well filled, for the advanced vnge. Quotations:. Prime hoavy steers Dam will also play Sunday, on her wage cuts, but upon several other al- occasion. $8g8.25; lieavy shipping steers Mrs. Miller was originally a Miss new diamond, having Clarkson as her leged grievances of the shop crafts medium to good steers $G.C0 Rev. Wilcox filled his regular apBarrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. guest. These should prove to be against tho omployors. The most reA FRIENDLY LETTER 7.50; heifers $6 8.25; fat cows pointment at the M. E. Church SunIgnutlus Barrett and was born and good contests. cent of these Is that concerning alday night. The service was well at- $G6; medium to good cows reared In Ohio County, the" larger leged unauthorized wage reductions Editor Hartford Republican, Dear portion of her life was spent in tho cutters $2.5063; canners $202.50; . gave Llver-more- 's tended. The local Smoke Team roads whoso Sir: Enclosed herewith, find check made by twenty-on- e 7; stock-e- rs Mrs. Roy Mattlngly of Louisville, bulls $3 4.25; feeders. Goshen country. Her remains were colored bunch a drubbing at cases will bo heard Thursday. for$1.50 for which please niovo my conveyed to the Goshen M. E. Church who has been visiting friends in the $46.50; mllqh'cows $20055. Riverside Park Saturday, when the Disputes arising out of alleged subscription to tho Republican up CalWs Strong, with prices 50c Friday. morning, where funer- fog raised at tho end of tho fracas Fallen Rock neighborhood, returned "farming out" on contract work, de- another year. I must have my home South, higher." Best veals $9 dqwn; me- by "tho Hartford had 13 and Litfermore 3 to her home Monday.. al services were conducted clared by the board to be In direct paper, and put In plenty of "Streaks Rev. F. NA. Sanders of Centertown. The Ice cream supper and danco dium nnd common calves $3G; ' Tho burial took placo In the Miller counters. " violation of tho transportation act, nnd Beads." y Saturday night was a great success best heavy salves over 200 pounds . in the aro being considered pretty-goaalso Business Is here now burying grounds. V Olaton Ray Cook and family and C. B. flot bringing top prlc.es, Sulphur Springs' won from strlko vote., it was said. and has been during the past few active with steady Lyons and family. were In Hartford The deceased Is survived by two Sunday by the scoro of 12 to 10. These cases, tho wage, board an- months. With lots of good wishes to sons, prices in --vogue. Top hogs, 120 lbs. and Beaver Dam, Sunday. W. P. nnd Marvin Miller ef """ nounced today, will bo heard June 20. you and the good old paper, as well as Mr. Lewis Martin went to Owens- up brought $10.80; pigs 120 pounds Owensboro. . Beaver Dam will also, play Sunday, boro Wednesday, to take charge of down, $0,45; throwouls $.30 down; the Old Homo County, I am as over, 4 MRS. W3I. H. RENI'UOW'S on her new diamond, having Clark-so- n the I. C. Mall run, from Owensboro stags, $C.70 down. NOUVAL P. BROWN, HARNETT'S CREEK BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED 826 S. 17th St Newcastle Ind. as her guest. This should prove to Horse Branch, for 15 days. Shcon nnd Lambs Receipts 3,400. . Mr. T. L. Dugan went to Deaiffleld A good active demand was noted for through setting to bo a good contest. Farmers are,about LONG TKR3I FARM LOANS tdh'acco In this community. In tho absence of Mr. and Mrs. Wiltho best lnmbs, with prices Bteady to Tuesday. liam H. Ilenfrow, who were attending Mrs. Ona Hussey Is at the bedsldo Centertown cameup Sunday for a "MUs Jlattle May Is visiting rela 25c off. Bulk ot tho top lambs sold I am an approved abstractor ot the of her father, Mr. Lou Hoover, who matinee performance with the Rlvor-eideat $14.25; at least .two loads choice church last Sunday morning, friends tives at Oarfleld, this week. relatives gathered at their home, Loulsvlllo Jofnt Stock Land Ilnnk Is 111 ot nervous trouble. and and no prettier performance up The01aton Bqll Team played Sul- lambs at $14.50. Seconds $8.00 Valley View Farm, near Dundee, to, which inakes long term farm loans A large crowd' attended the .Un- to the sixth act had been previously phur Springs again Sunday, with no 8.50. Best fat sheep, HO pounds . pay honor la Mrs. Renfrow, whose on goqd farm land In Ohio county In veiling of Mrs. Alrabello Brooks' wltnessedon the local diamond, when better success than before. Score down. $5; 110 pounds up, $3; bucks amounts trom $2,500 to $35,000. monument, nt Burnett's Creek, Sun- Centertown got a bit wobbly and er- 12 to 10 in favor of the Sulphur $2 3. Lighter top lambs slow salo birth occurred on that date, years previous thereto. It was all a Small application fee charged but day,, at conslderable'undor top prices. rors, coupled with a long two-pl- y Springs lads. Rate six per cent. very well planned, surprise to Mrs. J no commission. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhoades and smack by V. Crowe and a three-baggMitchell & Renfrow shipped a car year amortization plan, children spent Saturday night and Sho lmd.no knowledge of , Thirty-thre- e Buying prices net to shlppor, tho Renfrow by Tlnsley netted 6 runs. O. of stock from thU'fiftace Tuesday. be paid at any liiferest pay-ho- Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Trog-do- Crowe had "counted In the fifth stanAlymen Qulsenberry has "gone to shipper paying freight and drayage . tho gathering unTiTsho reached her J Loan-ca- n when unexpectedly, frlonds be- - ing period after five years or before za. Three mor.e were made before dates, Tehn., to work for Bond Bros charges, are: Eggs Caiidled19c doz. gun to emerge from all manner of .by paying a small compromise fee. Mr. and Mrs. llarlln Harris spent curtains) wero rung down. Center-towMrs. Oscar Godsey of Ilsley, Ky., Is Poultry Hens 20c; springers 1 V6 hiding places In and about the pre Ample funds. Quick service. It In Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Huddle got her two scores In the last tjie guest of.her mother, this week. 1 lbs. 30c; Ray Cook was'ln Beavor Dam Mon- lbs and over 36c; mises. Mrs. Renfrow was conducted need ot a loan come to see mo. This Crowe. frame when with' ono on Rowe drove roosters 9c; ducks lie ; geese 8c; t8 the dlnlnKrebm where she found Bank will not mako loans on rough Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wade and son, out a homerun fn deep right, tho ball day, an elegant and abundant supply ot and unimproved lands-- . Lydron, of Clear Run, were guests elmUng thy outer gardener in tho J. L. Smith, who Is working In turkeys No. 1 20c ; guineas $3.60 CLARENCE BARTLETT, ot Mr. Wado's mother, Mrs. Cloah A. weeds on the River bank, making tho Louisville, spent S'unday.wlth his per doz. all things necessary to provide a , Attorney at Law Hartford, Ky. Wade, Sunday afternoon. Country Butter Pound 16c sumptuous feast spread, ready for final score 10 to 2 in favor ot Ifart- - family here, the occasion, brought in by the N bratory Those present were: Mr. ami TAKE STRIKE POLL Ynndell Sargent and daughter, Katherlno, and field, Owensboro; fred Wright and two grandchildren, Patcsvllle; Mrs. S. J. Wedding and son, Walter, of Hartford; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ilenfrow, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mitchell Dr. nnd Mrs. James A. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Cummlngs.j Mr. and Mrs. V. Renfrow, Mr. and Mrs. E. Renfrow, Misses Eula, Am- blo, Geneva nnd Ellen Bean; Messrs. W. It. Bean, Bllllo Duff. Griffith, By- ron and Donald Mitchell, Wyman and Amos Bean, Russell, Shelby and II. K. Benfrow. ' Mrs. Miss Brad- Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. Al- - ford. Everly ond'WIthrow, Reneer FEATURES OF THE ELIMINATE DEADLY and Bishop composed the" Centertown SUIT TO TEST NEW RFPIQTDATinM AL 1 battery GRADE CROSSINGS J.U1N whMe TnaW,y nnd aenn were J Sj-ni- re-.di- ' 1. ' -- let-tlo- $59,-000,0- 00 - the-remal- e ..,,. rall-"Vo- ad -- e" ' -- TT.nr-fnr,- i -- ( - hap--pen- s, re-su- ht 4-- 2. 7, I - . $400,-000,00- all-da- '1 $7.-50)- $35; -5 " Hogs-i-Dema- nd , rs er n. n U a " - C fe.iuR IFIOHTINO voters consented. Current talk about tho "economically independent woman. ! wife who was drowning; nnd now Solomon may havo placed his now it turns out it was my wifo's of thn flsinner. Thorn nro no women, '''"jcttc County Fiscal Court All- - mothort" economically Indenentent thnrlzrs Suit. Th? burly fisherman pulled n long All jvomon owe any succoss they good-wi- ll some face. "Just my l.iuH" ho muttered, may havo to tho of .Sabbath Observance Laws man. ' Solomon may have placd his Lexington, Ky., Juno 3. Fayette thrusting his hand Into his trousers crown Just for fun on the head of county took another Btep orVyard in pocket. "How much do I owo you?" Harmful, Says Rev. Subscribe For Your Home Paper Chicago Dally News. the Queen ot Shelbn, but Solomon Its fight with the State Tax CommisS. M. Smith sion over the reassessment now in was still the King." progress today when the 'fiscal court IJoo.o Is Not a Good Cure. PuTgcons ngreo that In cases ol was won over to the stand of County (Loulsvillo Herald.) tits, burns, bruises and wounds, the Judge E. H. Doakjn tho matter of a (From tho Amea Iowa Intelligencer.) When n man comes to you all douPittsburg, Pa., Juno 3. Laws first treatment is most Important. $500 fee for the two Lexington attorto forca. Sabbath observance When an efficient antiseptic is re neys employed ns spethl counsel. The bled up with pain and declares he nltlraately will do more harm than plied promptly, there Is no danger of fiscal court previously had refused to will die In your presence unless you -- ANDfee exccptwlth a clause procure, him a drink of whiskey, send jjood, according to Hev. Slownri Mar- Infection nnd tho wound begins to authoriz the providing that the action would not him to a doctor or else give him a tin Smith, pastor ot Donora Baptist heal at once. For uso on man or stand It declared Illegal by the court. dose of Chamberlain's Colic nnd of tv.n or- beast, Horozonc Is tho Ideal antisepGhurch h'nrt and 'liaplaln agent. Huy it now Tho proviso threatened the assess- Diarrhoea Heinedy. Thero Is a mls-taktic and healing ganizations of World War veU-r.-m notion among a whole lot of for an emergency. ment tight for a time. and be. ready "The" peace and quiet of tho old-tiThe Payette County Fanners' people that booze Is iho best rcnio-d- y 30c, GOc, nnd $1.20. Sold by Sunday can not bo forced upon Price m for colic and stomach ache. m Union this afternoon, after hearing Ohio County Drug Co. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. a people that Is slowly but surely JudgeDoak and the two attorneys, G. of religion," changing Its definition It. Hunt and George C. Webb,- - went XEfiRO CONVICT "I HEXS IX demonAtrations declared tho Rev. I)r. Smith. IS MIIjMOXAIHH SHOW SUMMER FEED VALUE unanimously on record ns opposing know the closed Sunday In Pittsburg, the reassment and backing the and I know the open Sunday In sent While serving a three-yea- r Lexington, Ky June G On of the stand ot Judge Doak and the six I discover Paris, France. In Paris other counties allied with Fayette in once for forgery In the Missouri state striking things being brought out by od ns much genuine piety as I ever the 47 Kentucky farm poultry flocks Its legal fight to test the state statute penitentiary, D. H. Haynes, a negro, In Pittsburg. discovered was notified that oil had been struck being conducted as demon- governing the commission. "Naturally wo of the churches fa that are by Today a communication authorized on land in Mexico owned by him. strations their owners who are coTor strict Sabbath laws when think operating with the College of Agri- at a meeting of the county- - judges He was advised not to accept less ing chiefly of our own interests, and culture extension division In showing here tho first of the week was for- than $4,000,000 for the property A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comwe are loath to seem to argue against plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. the best methods of managing farm warded to the tax commission, askourselves Hut when we overcome flocks is the fact that mash, skim-mil- k ing agreement In an agreed suit to TLAKGEST MASONIC TEMPLE State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenprejudice we certainly arc not untest the constitutionality of tho 1917 .or buttermilk fed to tho hens tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news mindful of th emany thousands who during the summer helps. Increase law, which governs the functioning chipped In Detroit 50,000 Masons do not care to worship just as wo do. of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, MarIn to build n $5,000,000 temple w;hich of the commission.' their egg production. Many farmers None of us keep the Lord's Day as are inclined to believe that as soon ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most relia"We are in the fight to stay," was It is said will be the largest and finTimes change. was- originally done. Judge Doak's answer to published est Masonic building In the world ble authorities on these special subjects. as their hens are allowed to range of So long as man gives It will be 20S feet high" andhave a statements that the fight was spiritual demands of over the farm it is unnecessarjlo to fall thru. He explained about frontage of 400 feet. The drill hall Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with fils time to tho feed them in order to gt the largest that als nature it is his own business as nuinber of eggs, poultrymen at the Shelby nnd other counties had agreed will be 103 by 152 feet and there will a daily newspaper that interests eveiy member of to when, where and how he docs so. College say. to make the reassessment ordered by be a complete club equipment with the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you The true Christian will never be dis"This is a mistake that seriously the commission, but stated that they swimming pool, gymnasium etc want in addition to your local paper. turbed, if ho has within himself the curtails the production of flocks In also havo agreed to bear their part perfect peace of which tho Sabbath the State," If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to LINCOLN ON LITIGATION J. H. Martin, in charge of th cost ot the litigation. "Oay Is. a symbol. your remittance. of the college poultry work said. "In AVbnicn Complicate Subject. It you have the itch, don't scratch. A quotation from Abrnham Lincoln order to prtfduce the largest number Order your subscription through "This subject, like the question of of ggs during the summcr7 hens must It does not cure the trouble and on the subject ot'lltigatlon forms part prohibition, is greatly complicated be mads to consume considerable makes the skin bleed. Apply Ballard's of the Canons of Ethics adopted by THE REPUBLICAN, v 5y the Increasing participation of masTi or be given plenty of sour Snow Liniment. Hub it in gently on the American Bar Association. It is ' Hartford, Ky. Not because skimmilk or buttermilk In addition the affecfd parts, It relieves Itch-- 1 as follows: Toraen in public affairs. women are better than men, but be- to the feed which they pick up while Ing instantly and a few application' litigation. Persuade 'Discourage came they have bsen misguided in ranging over the farm. If the hens removes the cause thus performing a your neighbors to compromise whenIn the are fsd mash, it Is" a goo'd plan to permanent cure. Price 30c, GOc and ever you can. Point out to them how Mie matter of moral reform. ' necessary. lirst place they can only be reckoned confine them In tho house until about 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Tho .Ohio the nominal winner is often a real Hut by that time the striped Intruallh; they can not bo reasoned with. 9 o'clock in the morning during County Drug Co. expenses and waste of DAUGHTREY IS m loser In fees, der, nppar ntly not having noted anyTime aud experience will teach the which time they should have noth- time. As a peacemaker, the lawyer thing particularly appetizing about Tjf being a aronien of this country that they .ng before them but mash and plenFLAPPER GHOST LATEST has a superior opportunity NOW ABLE TO tho switchboard equipment, or perhaughty in telling ty of Tresh water. In this way, they .nust not get-'to- o good man. Never stir up litigation. haps having concluded that men what to do. Our best women consume the necessary amount of Have you a flapper ghost in your A worse man can scarcely ue lounu was too tough to cat, had realready realize that their conquests nash before starting to range. The home? -- Theron Snyder, of Pough-keepsi- than one who does this. Who can be STAY ON turned to tho Jungle, and tho postmust be in the realm of love and mash should contain at least N Y., was disturbed night more nearly a friend than he who ha h master, still alive thru no fault ot moral suasion. In Pennsylvania we ankago by weight if best results are after night by the appearanc at his bitually overhauls tho register of his own, was nble to boast that ho 51a ve just had a remarkable expesecond story windows of a tiobbed-haire- d defds in search of defects in titles, obtained. rience In the shape of a recent priflapper .and the apparition bo whereupon to stir up strife and put Declares He Is In Finest Of had obyed the rulesof tho scrvic. In addition to Increasing 'egg procome whnt might. mary election. It Is said the women duction, this method of summer feed-.n- g got on s that he decided to money in his pocket? A moral tone put Gifford PInchot across as the Health Since Tanlac Comhas an added advantage, Mr. Mar- move. While packing up he discov ought to be enforced In the profession Republican gubernatorial candidate. tin pointed out. It allows the farm- ered that a section of the floor was which would drive such men out of pletely Relieved Him Of do Mother-in-la- me? Look hero, Sonnlo, you lovo , 3Ir. PInchot himself says so. Hut er to cull his hens more accurately sawed away, and lifting up the loose It." Distressing-Stomac- h Trou- (nervously) s. this only partially analyzes the situa- nas much as the good hens will lay boards he was flappergasted to find Woll? MY AUTO, 'TIS OF MEE tion. personally I am for Mr. Pin-tho- t. better while the loafer hens will not a suit of underwear bearing stains - ble Gives Public Facts Mother-in-la(getting now courage) and my opinion Is not biased lay no matter how well fed. like bloodspots, a pair of stockings, " In Case. I suppose I'll have to mako tho when I say It took more than the part of a sho and a wreath of fowers W auto, 'tis of the, short cut to j best ot it. poverty. tWoman vote' to nominate PInchot in by from a gigl's hat. An ash-lik- e Children that are affected sub-- fr The worms are pale and sickly and liable stance completed the grusomo mysOf thee I chant. !hc Pennsylvania primaries. c, women can not got anybody into leacnor Why did Joshua com- I blew a pile of dough on "yon two feel llko a different person to contract "l some fatal disease. tery and authorities are years ago, themselves included,, if tho men White's Cream - Vermifuge since taking Tnnlac aud am now able!n,ani1 'ho sun to stasd still? expels Tommy I guess It didn't agreo And now you refuse to go to stay on the Job all day long," said aTe against It. Pinchot's power In worms promptly and puts the child Or won't or can'tr Pennsylvania was latent in his Ideal- - on the road to health. Price 35c per J. H. Daugherty, 420 W. 19th St with his watch. Doston Transcript. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured Ism and enthusiasm plus his Norfolk, Va., for fourteen years with bottle. Sold by The Ohio County Drug y local application!, as the cannot reach iho diieaaed portion ot th ear. There Is Through town jind countryside, you tho Hampton Roads Paper Co. "And how is your husband?" In the past with the picturCompany. m inly one way to cure catarrhal deafness, "Oh, he's so busy at the office that ind that Is by a constitutional remedy. were ray Joy and pride, esque Roosevelt. Thus there was "I suffered a long time with InCatarrhal Deatness Is caused by an A happy day. condition of the mucous Hninv nf jdded to his indorsement by the wo- - SOX DEFEATS FATHER IX digestion and got worse until A was I only seo him for about ono hour a the Eustachian Tube. When this Is hue., tho nice badly run down. Everything I ate day." .MUNICIPAL POLITICS InHamed you have a rumbllnz sound tube Im. T loved thr gaudy or Bien of the state the Indorsement of perfect hearlnr. and when It Is entirely "Poor old. thing! You havo my white tires so new, disagreed with me and I would bloat the farmers, for a farmer loves the ut me result, unless me .luaeu. Inflammation can be reduced and this tube Bnt now you're down and through,. Martlnsburg, W. Va., June 3 up with gas which pressed against my sympathy." picturesque. restored to Its normal condition, hearlne "Oh, no, dear ; the hour ,soon In every way. Father and son wero plted against will be destroyed forever. Many cases of Must Consider Inttitlon. heart and lungs so It was. all 1 could caused - "The only new political factor that each other In the municipal election deafness are conditionbyof catarrh, whichsur-la an Inflamed the mucous to get my breath. was so goes." I do faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thrir camo many nervous it was impossible for me to has beeir fntroduced Is that our prac- just held at Hodgcnsvllle, and th; the blood on the mucous surfaces of the To thee, old rattletrap, ystem "Ah!" rhapsodlcally proclaimed bumps and knocks, get a 'good night's sleep and I alWe will (Ire One Hundred Dollars for tical politicians must now take into son came out victorious, altha the case For thee I grieve. ways got up With a bad tasto In my the tourist whoso great tortlse-rlm-me- d n intuitive remainder of tho ticket on which the iny cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot account tho by Haifa Catarrh Medicine, cirbe glasses made him look strikingly Badly thy top Is torn, frayed aro thy mouth and all worn out. 73c. faculty of tho feminine mind. This father was running was elected. The culars free. J. All DruitKists. CO.. Toledo, O. F. CHEJJET ft like somo sort of an overgrown beeseats and worn, "A Tanlac statement Impressed me is real and not a fancy. It is rooted contstants were William Rickard, A whooping cough affects thy horn so I decided to try It, and I began to tle. "What can take tho place of a fn woman's emotional nature. The the father, who was tho nominee on I'EIt CAPITA CIKCUIiATlOX I do believe. Improve almost at the start. I now family of children llko yours?" lieart of a woman'g world, and she tho Citizens' ticket for the position ," "Nuthin' that I can thlnk,of, try to satisfy of street supervisor, and Charles havo a splendid appetite, that slugwill ever be prone to Unci? Sam's nephews and nieces replied Oap Johnson, of RumThy motor has the grip, thy spark gish tired feeling has left me and my HIckard, tho son, who lnnded the. Job wero circulating lor heart at tho expense of her head. as over $5,350,000,000 pus Ridge, "except a uonyentfon oC plug has tho pip, the nominee on tho Democratic on Jlay 1. This means that you, gensleop is good and sound. -- I get 'up If we ever havo a woman President And woe Is thine. Wesley Keesecker was electevery morning feeling tine and rea- wildcats." Country Gentleman. jiio will not bo a brain woman; she, ticket. tle reader, should havo had about $49 chills, ague dy for a big day's work. Tanlac sure rose ed mayor ovor F. L. Rickard, to suc in your pocket on that day. This is I, too, havo suffered will be a heart woman a red and kindred ills, is a wonderfu' n dlclne." and not n white rose. Hut this coun- ceed Cecil Wood. MILS. J. A. UU.SSELIi almost a dollar less tTian what you Endeavoring to pay my bills, mm governors Tanlac Is sold by all good drug try will not havo women should have had a month previous. fi f.Vi I havo six letters of reApplicant Since thou wert mine. gists. Adv, or a woman for President untH tho Mayb you didn't get your share In University Herald Is commendation. 4 All government Biou consent. Boss I don't want a man who has 1S79 th; per capita circulation In this o SHOUIil) HAVE ACCOMPANIED Sounded on force, and no matter how country was only about ?17, so you many Jobs Judge. lost that , SMILING I,AIV NIGEIt aiuny peace conferences are held tho see we are doing very nicely. There Is agisting mule is tho only- - guarantee plenty, of money, evidently; and the of the necessary force behind governTho "official" atfido encount only thing Is how to get hold of your HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS For Infants and Children among employees of government ment. A woman could not hold any share and,kocphold of Jt. ! In Use For Over Years services sometimes leads to amusing political office whatever If men ab I Always bears ole fAiss fussin' bout D a class were against her. Every THE MISTAKE UM'AUDOXAIll -results. For example, thruout British the WAY DE RATS. BIU'EATIN knows that If practical politician India part of the telephone service Signature of they wanted to do so men could keop HER CHICKENS, BUT M The lady bather .had got Into a hole and all ot the telegraph service is vory woman in the land out of ofoperated by the government, along nnd she couldn't swim. Nor could 'SPICION TAIN' PE RAJ5" fice. tho young man on tho ond of tho Houso Hunter Sooms to mo this with the postal service, and' the ofOS BIN HAD "A PREACHERS' Hex Win- - Wouldn't Last. pier ; but when sh ecame up for tho houso isn't built very well. Tho floor fice for all three services (s usually S CONFENCE HEAH ALL "A war of tho sexos wouldn't last first time nnd he caught sight of lior shakes when wo walk. located iritho same building under Pas' gone long. Mind niul musclo subdue tho face, he could shrlok, and he did. Ho House Agent Um that's the supervision of the local postmas HOW'S YOUR STOMACH? world, and those nromascullno nt- -' shrieked "Help!" for ter, who Is often tho solo employee. tho now kind ot spring floor Any Weakness or Distress ? irtbuW When Cleopatra scenjs to A burly fisherman sauntered to dunclng, jou know. In one of the small towns, it is re- -' Copperhill, Tcnn. "I suffered for S his sid, "Wot's up?" ho asked. ra(iiuer it is because Cnoiar and "And theso stairs creak terribly." poriea wiui on a cennin occasion tne ,., from branch trouble, and Mark.Antony nro willing. Such femwas astounded to observe, fully can say that Dr. Picrco'a Golden "There!" hoarsely cried the young I wo tumlsh this now patent man. "My wife! Drowning! I can't I burglar-alarinine supremacy is never good for staircase withqut ox- - that a tiger had crept In from the". Medical Discovery did moro for mo than do?io Jungle and was peering hungrily ov- & Ono of my e,Ycr swim! A hundred dollars for you It tru charge." alio world, and somebody Is sure to neighbors said, Dr. don you can save her." all! snarled up. Attempts to make er the telephoned switchboard. In- - Pierce's Golden Medical Dilcovcry?' I fat PAH) luojuitravel the straight and mirrow In a moment tho burly fisherman TRIBUTE WILL BE stead ot running for his life or get-- ! rent and cot a bottlo and I can hardly MOTHER OK WASHINGTON ting his gun a$ the. average human tell how much that ono bottle did for mo. way would bo funny If not so tragic. was In tho sea. In auothor ho was being would liaVo done, the postmas and when 1 had taken three bottles I was out of it, with tlie r8cued lady bathIt Is tho old error of falluro to disable to do my 1 couldn't do nil Washington, Juna 3. Tho George ter went quietly to his telegraph Jn- - my housework washing.I bciran takinu tho er in his arms. Thanking his lucky tinguish things that differ. Woman beforo stnn. ho apprnarned the young man Washington Memorial Association strument and ticked off tho follow- - medicino, and now I can do anything I ft the negative forco in society and aglln, "Well, what'nbou tho $100?" has started a campaign to raise a Ing mesaago to his superior in the want to und feci ironil. I iimko Dr. man Ib the positive forco. Men havo specific fund to provide a special neighboring town: "Infringement of Picrco'a Golden Medical Discovery to ho asked. obtained powor and office without everybody." Mrs. J. A. IlusbelL Dut it tho oung mani facy? haTT room In tho George Washington Section 23 Telegraph Act, situation consent of women, but tho ro-- j Go at onco to your neighborhood drug the wo-- j In memory of Mary Bull serious, what shall I do?" Ho reBtoro and get tho "Golden Medical Disboon ashen eruy beforo, now it was Memorial Terio can uovor happen. Kvery ceived tho prompt reply: "Arrest .of- covery" in tublcta or liquid. Writo Dr. dead white, as ho gazed upon the Washington, mother ot George nun: officeholder today Is In her, Mcrce's Invalids' Hotel in Y., fender, apply to pollco tor help it for frco medical advico. Buffalo, N. CP)tH 1911 by McQu,s Ntwspspsr JjfxJJals features of the rcovored dame. s, jlaco of powor Incauso tho male INCREASE IN LEVY IS TO BE FOUGHT I know!" hn gitopod. "Hut when I mndo tho offer I thought it was my SUNDAY MEASURES fr $5.75 Pays For Both The Hartford Republican en Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald one-seven- th - I e, one-fift- ! JOB w Son-In-La- w w Son-in-la- w " of-tl- uini well-know- pod-ner- CASTOR rA 30 r-- $k week: rJ truth-postmas- ter m 'Y-e-- "DUMB BELL" DRESS fLAItU Hnrtorlnl RV L.1INUOAX Arotvo In Juve Idlcnynenislci nile .lurlM. Of Fumcu Denver (J, Donvcr, Juno 3. Sartorlnl ldlo- should bo Included In the "tcBtB" of tho Denvr Juvenile Court psychoanalysis clinrt, according to Judgo Men H. Lindsay, who declared, In sentencing n youth for delinquency, that hair, vests and "ruff-bnctrousers, low-csleek haircuts were an Indication of moral weakness. The noted Jurist then proceeded to flay "dumb-boll- " dress. Judge Lindsay directed that In the future officers of the court add a notation on the cut of the hnlr and Stylo of dress to the physiological nnd psychological data and family history now a part of regular reports on delinquency cases. Judge Lindsay announced his newobservations phychuloglcal found when Howard Crane, 19, appeared before him On n charge of having violated a probation" he had been placed on after conviction of stealing art nutomoblle. Young Crane left the jurisdiction of the court for two months and went to Texas. Crane Is a tall, youth, whoso long hair was combed-straigh- t of his back to the collar coat nnd shone like a patent leather shoe a style which the court said, Is popular among youths brought to court for amorous offenses. "Son," Judge Lindsay said w'uen Crane appeared looking like a matiget nee- Idol, "how did your hair that way 7" "I use water to make It He down," Crano responded. "But why do you cut It that way?" the court asked, continuing: bell-botto- m ut k" stoop-shoulder- cuts of that type seem to be correlated with a certain kind of weakness. Do you spend your afternoons at drug store fountains sipping lemon cokes thru a straw?" Judge Lindsay declared himself in favor of bobbed hair for girls, but frowned on the "male- - flapper." "I only wish I was sending you somo place where they would give you a man's haircut," Lindsay announced In sentencing Crane to thirty days In Jail. - "It Is a strange thing that hair- Tccjhlng babies alwayS have a ochard time of it when this process curs in hot weather. They not only gums have to contend with painful stomach Is disordered, bowbut the els loose and the body uncomfortable The best help you can give the little suffereT 1b McGee's Baby Elixir. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and helps digestion. Price 35c and 60c per bottle. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. FIItST YEAR OF FIVE-YEA- R 1'OIiAK EXPEDITION STAItTBI) Seattle, June 3. Tho auxiliary powered schooner Maud, bearing tho exAmundsen Polar basin scientific Seattle at 3:40 pedition, sailed from o clock this afternoon for Nome, Alaska, on tho first leg of a fiveyear voyage thru the Arctic ices pack Capt. Oscar wibwde, the of the Maud, commanded tor .. (lia i At.laf vessel, 1'oni Amuuuaeu, mm rt '"- having decided to pro- to- to Nome by steamer sailing morrow. Tho United States navy tug wa . finttitn nt cruisers from i tho fleets of . tho Seattlo anda. Queen a'.I 11. Hfrtltd Cty Yacht cluus escorieu mu .u.u un tho Puget Sounu. " "MEN WANTED" SIGNS APPEAR IN CinCAGO Chicago, Juno 3. Signs of tho times are seen hero In the changinc of tho cry for "Jobs" to the outbreak of signs for "men." Requests to tho Illinois State .Free Employment office Jumper from In March to C.660 for the first days In May. twenty-fiv- e "Within thirty days I feel suro that any man who will work will bo able to cet a Job," Charles J. Boyd, secretary of tho employment nervlce, declared. Hugo increase in building activities presage even larger domands for Boyd stated. men this summer, from basic industries Needs for labor Is also ou the upturn. 5,-5- CASTORIA CLIFF DWELLERS' ORIGIN Washington, Juno AGE AND FATE SOUGHT 3. Dr. J. Wal-to- r chief of the Bureau of Fewkes, Ethnology, Smithsonian Institution, has loft for Colorado to oxcavaje a rocontly found ruin which 1b expect-o- d to throw new light on the origin age and fate of tho cliff dwellers. Special uttentldn will be given to largo circular structure in me wes. a Children. Cry FOR FLETCHER'S to ober But Nature won. and ho Verde National Park, unllko any that BEGGARS CROWD suddenly "Mamma, nns boon 0lmd In lno West. It , CTDCCTC and Mrs Inquired; Bmi nIay do Mr. BCKL.1IN O 31KCC13 n the Brown menBUrCB about 250 feet at Ub base band? Will they play us something and has a depressed center, and ovl Berlin. May 11. (By Mnll.) when tea Is over?" dently was used for some communal Altho public mendicancy is forbidden "Whv TnmmV Mr- - nrwl Mr Ilrnwn purpose. This ruin is near Far Vlow House by law,' the streets of Berlin are don't play In any band. Why do you full of beggars who csrcc'.a'ly after ask sucn a question?" n nnnlilrt nt Mm TVTtilntnv T.nlfA ivrniin y with hnr- "Because," said tho terror, In Near It is a necropolis which Is be- - dusk, Importune passe-sb0xpl6red for remains of tho cliff rowing tales, Borne of which may be appointed tones, "I heard you tell true. papa that Mr. Brown played second dwellers. Mutilated war victims, who exhibit fiddle to his wife It Is proposed to strengthen and otherwise repair tho shattered walls genuine scars, are alwayB sure of j There was music after .tea, and of tho communal ruin so that tourists nubile charity, but many others of Tommy was the drum. may vlow It In n condition approxi- the fraternity resort to more or less FAIR ENOUGH mating Its first appearance. It slight- transparent tricks to excite compas Out In Wyoming a train ran over ly resembles tho famous Sun Tem- sion. They have established & "trade ple discovered in tho Mesa Verde union" In a northern suburb, where, the cow of a farmer named Ole Ole- Park seven years ago, nnd ths large nccordlnc to reports, nbout 150 . son. uieciuim adjuster went out to circular ceremonial rooms recently learners are being trained In the art tnfe home of Ole to adjust the claim of begging, Including "making up." Hkely to be made by Ole for the loss exenvated at Aztec, Now Mexico. Ph flinnrnHrtfi! n,rt nt Oila nnnrnfi ... t, rnw ...u j'm. i.g tt..v. . nia Dr. Fewkcs will accompany his .I .. .. .. work with campflro talks for tourists aione lanes six weens, ana is "Well. Mr. Oleson," said tho claim bv a practical course at race adjuster, "I came out to Bee you and thoso visiting tho park to study meetings npd nt doors of churches, about your cow being killed on our the cliffs. .- theaters and cafes. track. What are you expecting tp The city is divided into districts do about It?" Cut This Out unci Tnlco It With You. A man often forgets tho oxact by the "union," which places a cer"Veil," said Ole stolidly, "I ban a name of tho article ho wishes to pur- tain number of certified pupils in poor m,an, an' I cannot do much bechase, nnd as a last resort takes charco. changes shifts weekly and cause I ban so poor, but vlll try to something olso instead. That is al- collects and distributes the proceeds. 1 pay you five dollars.' Judgo. Every da.y, it is stated, an average ways disappointing nnd unsatisfactthl3 west end district brings in about 3,'-ory'. Tho safo way is to cut morning operation of the out and take It with you so as to 000 marks. Certain favorite sections bowels, puts you in fine shape for the make suro of getting Chamberlain's command premiums up to 500 marks day's work. If you mlsa it you feel Tablets. You will find nothing quite per day. , uncomfortable and cannot put vim are into your movements. For all bowel These professional beggars so satisfactory for constipation and Judges' of human nature. irregularities Herblne is the remem keen Indigestion. Wealthy Russians arc said to be their dy. It purifies, strengthens and best patrons. Americans, on the oth regulates. Price COc. Sold by Ohio ILLINOIS MAX HOLDS SUNDAY SCHOOL lU.'CORl) er hand, are an everlasting puzzle to County" Drug Co. m them. Sometimes, they say, AmeriDanville, III., June 3. W- - B. cans aret extremely generous and HAS MUSIO TABOOED AT HIS FUNERAL SERVICES Bartlctt, bugler at tho National Sol- hand out five, ten or twenty mark bills with princely liberality, but diers Home, Is a good boy. White Hall, 111., June 3, As you Bartlett, a veteran of the SpaniBh others refuse to give anything. live so should you die. So thought American War who saw service with George W. Henderson, aged 77 years, the American fleet, has attended Sun- GIGANTIC METEOR HIT STATE, BELIEF who at his own "request was burled in regularly for twenty day school years. He says ho has not been taruy - I n manner symbolic of his life. Hen Lexington, Ky., June 1. Geolo- - derson, an eccentric bachelor, who once in' all this time. gists at the University of Kentucky lived alone on a farm near here, re x are today trying to locate the landing quested that no singing or preaching HOLDS DP WOODPECKER FAST PASSENGER TRAIN place of a giant meteor which was mark his burial. He was laid away seen Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock in the requested quietude. m by persons in several parts of the Moycr Junction, Wyo., Juno 3. MARY IS A DIG GIRL NOW The heavenly body, of on the Oregon Bluegrass. A fast mall train Short Lino was held up near here great brilliance, is thought to have Cute little Mary (Plckford), also by an ordinary woodpecker, delaying fallen in the east, and all persons who Mrs.- - Douglas Fairbanks, the train thirty minutes. According saw It are asked to communicate with known as report, who stopped Dr. A. M. Miller, head of the depart- got a cute little Income of $1,123,-32- 5 to the engineer's In two years, It was brought out the train when he dlscoverd the ment of geology. An unskilled lawere in court testimony. of DanvJHe system was out of order, Residents block signal flaming borer working for 20 cents an hour the woodpecker had pecked one of frightened when the great the wires of the system In two, in the mass flashed across the sky, being would have to labor dally for2,265 amount, but evident belief that be bad 'captured visible there for almost a minute. years to accumulate this Smith, a student at the uni- then some people are Just as happy Gilbert a worm. . versity, was on the campus when his when they don't have so muchmon-eyPOLITICS was attracted by the light. MAPPER IN attention ; Ho was the first to report the ocfop Stomach TrouWc.. Vernon, suf- currence as he is a student of geo- Rest Remedy According to Mabel "I am pleased to have the opfrage leader, the flapper's Influence logy, nnd Is assisting faculty members portunity to say a good word for In politics Is being felt, nnd she con- In attempts, to locate the meteor, or Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. siders it a good thing. "Too many fragments. "I Mamie Bertel of Moberly, Mo. . and people boo only, the Bhort nalr think they are the best remedy for short skirts of the flapper, but bhe Foro the Relief of Rheumatic Pains. stomach troubles, biliousness . and When you have stiffness and sorethinks long thoughts and has long constipation I ha,ve ever used. I have visions. A 'reform' Is definitely es- ness of the muscles, aching Joints and on for two or accepted by the find It difficult to movo without pain taken them off and tablished when It Is three years nnd they always Telleve the affected parts flapper, who Is a good touchstone for try massaging indigestion, tone up the liver .and tho fundamental values of grownup with Chamberlain's Liniment. It will m make me feel fine. relieve the pain and make rest and theories." m sleep possible. CONSISTENT GROWTH CRATER, LON'G ACTIVE AN UNEXPECTED MEETING VIRTUALLY DORMANT In 100 when the American Telephone and Telegraph Company took One side of tho famous Devil's over the American Bell Telephone Hllo, Island of Hawaii, June 1 lava flows in the lower levels of Glen- - was open to tho public, The Company, tljere were, 7,500 stockAll .. jvnuueu ..A1nnn nva-- vlrtlinllV nlkA. .Mn Moa bnllt utrlntlv .tlHl t P b V .....-.- ., vun.uuu vr. ......., UUi0i d.ug mo- trit In 1905 the number of holders. . ... .......... uuu w.wv ...- - i,,a ,u.,UiUu. nau ceoaeu iuio wuaj stockholders had Increased to 1,7500. was walk- i,een no ground tremors since yester- - ignoring the notice-board- s, In'1910 there were 40,000 stockhold..4lit& a.d(ai nt i uay. rrtt. iiuub nunrwn. "- - Tvtlntl. ing up the private side of the glen ers, in 1915 05,500 stockholders and 'me ea appears virtually dead. Prof. Tho-coo- d when he was met by a choleric old there are now more than 201,000 mas jaggar, government volcanolo- - gentleman, who shouted. "What do stockholders, moce than half of glst, WHO nas Been cumymb iu mo you mean, sir, by trespassing on this whom are women. The. average ' region of the recent eruptions, be property?" of tharcs held by stockholdnvm, TVTnniinv's outbreak in the pre' "Waal," said tho American, "It number ers is 28. ; : viuaiy Hlqrniant MAkaopuhi crater don't make any difference to you, do .1.. ,nay. cnange hid euuro Miinilnrt nf it?" POSED AS "HUBBY" "Do you know, sir, that this Is my. KUauca. property?" It took three weeks after her marKUN NEWSPAPER FOR DAY "Snakes allvel",replled the Ameri- riage to Mrs. Irene Gaul, of Des can, affably, "Ef that aren't Interest- Moines, for Mrs. Janetfo Simmons to of the Sioux City Wo- ing! I knoo this wuz the Devil's Glen, discover that she had married .a Members men's Club tooK ovor the editorial, but I never expected to see the pro- "she" and nor a "he". And It todk new3 and business management of prietor!" 17 months more to get up nerve to tho Sluoic City Tribune for one dny have the gay decolvcr arrested. Mrs. edi- AMERICAN SQUADRON recontly and Iwued a Gaul dressed as a man, of course, A soIS ORDERED TO CIUNA and put in her workday flapping panby their lonesonft." tion "all ciety page featured Mym'an in socakes In a restaurant. Mrs. Simmons Manila, Philippine Islands, June 1 will probably look beforo sua leaps cial activities and pictures of the The flagship Huron, the cruiser the .next time. prettiest men wero exhibited to readers. The club got about $1000 of the Buffalo, and eighteen" destroyers will advertising proceeds, which will be depart within a few days forChinese KEEP FLOUR IN DRY waters, where they will remain severPLACE? AVOID ODORS applied on its building fund. al months, it was announced today at "AW, RATS I SAY RAT CHASERS headquarters of the Asiatic squadron Like butter, flour absorbs odors kept be here. They will return to Manila readily. It should not Thero are at least two young wo- - eariy next autumn. where there arc onions, fish, veto-tablI men in this country who show a pro or other odorous substances, fessional disdain for tho terrible rat. SNOW FALLS IN WEST; nor In a damp room or cellar. Keep In URAVGS "WHITE" JUNE a tsooJ, dry, airy room, where It will They are Miss Anna M. Wright and Mr. n.. M. Stanles. .Nothing filial. .... not be exposed to a froczlng temtheir romantic hearts so with Joy as , Cheyenne, Wyo., June l bnow ten perature, nor to one above seventy to Jump around after rats, kicking 'generally in Central and Southern degrees. one here, bwattlng one there, slap- 1r.in.l,.- - voatctvlnv ntlfl tnrlnv. Marlborough House, tho future Cheyenne is having the first ping, knocking and generally rough-housin- g them about from pillar to "white" Juno within, the memory of residence of the Prince of Wales, contains 111 rooms. post, from cellar to gajret. At pres- the oldest inhabitants. The temperature Is moderate. ent they are causing great consterna ' THE TELEPHONE GIRL tion in the ranks of the rgdents in They are, In plainij THAT DREADED INNOCENCE Nashville, Tenn. f -If you were a tc.lephono girl and. English, professional rat exterminaLittle Tommy, the terror, had been stood at a switchboard In a rush hour, tors. a good boy for most of the day, and and If borne ono took tho (olephone' at the 4table off tho hook when thero wero forty Mabel Earnest's wife simply wor- was permitted, to along with bis parents' distinguish- 'other people, doing the Eamo thing ships him, doesn't she? Lois. Well, she places burnt, of- ed visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Drown." He within n minute, nnd If that nerson ferings before him every day. Pa Tinri ran(vaf1 ntrtpt f nnfriirtlnnfi tn nsk having waited ten seconds should ask no questions, and Tommy tried hard you if you. were, asleep how would cific Weekly. , LBtx3m' lwctr.nnlflntsl5TluidT)faoh CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ic I Mothers Know That Genuine Castoris j . I ALCOHOL-- 3 run by CENT. l 1 simimtinSlhciood v... w iui-low- ed 2-J- SKS SJM Signature Ul W14 Bears the m X fk IX lIincral.NoTNAncoTic JhanpkmSi JbcbUtSMt II viT ir w M ls?.-- . i;t5-al-' JblttSttt lit ?S k ireful Remedy fof ConstipationanclDia.ThJc'-- In " ItllBv- twm TacSimilcSMnatMeot Use Vy -r ?- -t ,y! , Ircsullinfi ihcrcfrornjnlnfawy-- For Over t'esfcr. -e i . ".:t mm icHE "it" i Ngwgai 1 w Thirty Years bt-- : linilll 11T CAST0R1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CtNTAUB CaMWANVi NIW VO OfTT, Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. 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Send or bring your orders to this office iS-pn- es jit ' electric light, trolley car, telephone; ' you llko It? Tho employccu If you wero a telephono girl and it Is all tho same! wires generally do their wo.rk as well ae you had eighteen telephono with plugs at tho ends Inserted in thoy can. (Clipped.) I elKhtcen connectlono to enable thir woro BUFFALO HERDS INCREASING ty-spcoplo to talk, and thero ON FEDERAL GAME PRESERVES Buven of these close together and a hung up tlulr couplo of peoplo Forty-si- x new buffalo calves are rephones and you pulled out of tho cut two ported on three of tho four game mazo tho wrong wlro and people oft from talking, would you preserves maintained by the Biologithink It fair if cither of tho victims cal Survey of tho United States Deswore a little and aBlced'you If you partment of Agriculture for the special .protection of buffalo. On the were out late laat night? It you were at tho switchboard National Bison Range, In Montana, XC nnd some one asked for a connection there aro 417 buffalo, including and the person desired did not ans- calves are reported at tho Wind Cavs wer the telephone, and if tho party preserve, in South Dakota, and 3 at calling rattled the receiver rapidly, Niobrara, Nebr. ate The department has been very instead of slowly as he should, and In maintaining the herds esthe rattling of the phono hook did not register In the office, and If af- tablished at thoso three points and at ter a while he did got Into communit Sullys Hill, N. Dak. There are relacation with you, would you llko him tively few large buffalo herds now to ask you If you thought you woro scattered over the country, and tho Illological Survey hast mado special enjoying a pink tea? It vould,no doubt, do us all good efforts to provide sultablo ranges anC to put ourselves in tho other per- protection tor what threatened a te son's placo whenever we are inclined years ago to becomo an extinct speto find fault with public service Qas, cies of natlvo AmcrlcauianlmaL ix fin-tun- -- u, ftiV7..,a. I'LZj'i n? aavo moved to Taylor Mines. WASHINGTON COMMENT Mrs. Charles Williams and son havo returned to their home In Stone, ' Published Weekly by after spending several months with That the United States Is poorly Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs. Florence pARTFOHD PRINTING COJITANr Alford. served by its present Immigration Incorporated Mrs. Minerva Taylor Is tho guest laws Is evident to any who take the of her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Vaughn, trouble to study the probloms of IlW. S. TINSLEl', Editor In West Frankfort, 111., this week. literacy, of undeslrabler.allens who and Business Manager. Mr. Victor Willis, wh.o has been fall to understand or live by the In school, at Louisville, for the past standards of American life, or "who Entered according to law at tbo year, has returned home. follow the curious methods by which Psitofflce, Hartford, Ky., as liiall Mr. Clifford Maddox and family, admission to this country is someof tho second class. autter fraud, smuggling, or of Brandenburg, are the guests of times obtained Mr. Mnddox's parents. lack of care on the part of authority. to Address all communications Any Immigration law, no matter Mr. Martin Flener and family, of BTho Hartford Republican. Detroit, Mich., have returned to Bea- how Justly framed and wisely adminver Dam after two years of busy life istered, will probably occasionally In the noisy city, to make this their permit injustice nnd cause suffering, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ' but there seems to be no real rea futuro homo. Subscribers desiring tho papor sont Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brown took son why sufficient discretion cannot to a new address must glvo tbo old their daughter, Miss Marie, to be given proper authority to make Iddress In making tho request. to impersonal Business Locals and Notices 10c Louisville recently, whoro she under- humane exceptions i ler line, and 8c per lUe for each ad- - went an operation. She 1b getting law, when the inw interfere as be fliional Insertion. tween man and wife, mother nnd Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards along nicely now. Mr. John Hiram Barnes and daugh- child, or son and mother. pt Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for Sunday In ch head line and slgnautro, money ter, Miss Anna, spent A case In point is that of the moth$t navance. Hartford, tho guests of relatives. er of "Charlie" Chaplin. Mrs. ChapChurch Notices for scrvlcos frco, of El Paso, lin was HtimUted to this country jjs Mr. R. B. Stevens, "put ,fher " advertisements, lc por Texas, is spending a few Jays with an alien, suffering from mental disTfarflfl.' n fr irord. will relatives In, and near town. n5nymous communications ease (due t6 shell shock) and permit, receive no attention. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Martin were ted to for treatment for a guests of Mr. Martin's parents, near year. When the year wis up she be-came subject to deportation as nn unHartford, Sunday. TELEPHONE Mr. W. T. French, of Pleasant desirable alien, regardless of th- - fict 59 Farmers Mutual Ridge, was In town Saturday, that her nationally famous son, worth to Broadway anil Centertown. well over a million dollars, was doMrs. J. B. Sanderfur, of Hender- ing all in his power to mnke he" hi JUNE 0 FRIDAY, was providing son, is tho gue&t of her daughter, Mrs. py and comfortable, her with a home, doctors, nurses and James Thomas, this week. Mr. Jim McCoy, of Haitford, was treatment. Let's see, under whoso ndmlnls the guest of his father, Mr. John Mc.-The case is Deing adjusted. It tration did all of those scores and took "tpeclal rulings" and "opinions" scores of rotten deals take place, and Coy, Sunday. of legal lights in tho government to all of those fraud contractors oper HARTFORD, ROUTE 3. . do it. It should have needed nothate? r ing more than proper evidence Misses Lillian and Leah Mae Mas-le- y commissioner of immigration. If, according to Conan Doyle, peo-pl- o have returned to their home at Those who think that "law is law," remain married forever in Heaven, will the Movie Stars and the Buford, after spending the past week regardless of personal cases, might try imagining their own mothers lr very rich want to go there? But with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Tyler and baby Mrs. Chaplin's place; perhaps then epithere's the camel and needle-ey- e sode though, to prevent worry of the spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nat they will see more clearly the need Tyler. not only of intensive restriction of latter class. Mrs. Mary Whittaker has returned immigration, but of humanizing the In response to notices recently sent home after spending the past week administration of such laws. out we have had a very generous re- with Mr. G. C. Whittaker and family, turn from our subscribers and others. of Livia Route 2, The Civil Service Commission is Mr. and Mrs. Arvln Hoover and lit- under fire. Herbert D. Brown, chief People, as a rule, become In arrears with the average Country Newspaper tle daughter, of Sunnydale, Mr. and of the United States Bureau of Effithrough neglect and oversight. The Mrs. Charlie Hoover and son, Hu- ciency, has transmitted a report to accumulations to such an account are bert, of Eastvlew Mr. and Mrs. Ellis President Harding in which he "so slow that but little thought Is giv- Hoover and baby, of near Buford, "stresses the fact that the comnnss.on -At Wallace, en the subject, hence the mind is not spent Sunday with Mr. Tom Hoover is working on lines laid down fort . x ,iz.5 simply slips by and family. taxed and the matter years ago and that its principle aim Crabtree and family, of is to keep out the unfit from governMr. from day to day, and frequently, from appre- Washington, spent Saturday with Mr ment positions, never to obtain the month to month. We deeply ciate those who have answered the and Mrs. Ernest Bartlett. most fit. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover were call and we ilo not wish to say the AH Washington has known this Mosley and fam without giving those guests of Mr. W. R. benediction for the entire forty years! And It without the fold another chance. So ily, of Livia, Tuesday night spent also knows the reason the desire Mr. Nat Tyler and family you who have not had your names CERALVO of the legislator to save as much "Up Yonder," Saturday night and Sunday with rel- from the "spoils system" wreck as he written on that book tho one we mentioned last week, with atives in Green Briar neighborhood. could. With government .position Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller of Powder-lMr. and Mrs. Otis Mosley and lit no longer to be distributed by contho word "Square" opposite same are visited friends here Sunday. wun gressmen and senators to "deserving" hereby given another invitation and tle son spent Saturday nlgnt Miss Electra Everly and brother, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hoover. assurance that you still have time to henchmen at "home," the next best Home, aHm Lnra Kirk of Owensboro, is thing was to have an "eligibility list" Master Lendal, of the Masonic get In before the eleventh hbur. va visiting her aunt, Mrs. Oswell Hoov- from which government officials at Louisville, are spending their cation here. Announcement has gone forth that er could make a choice, which "choice" Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter, Mrs. Mr. James French, of Ltvhv Route might be Influenced by subrosa sugtho Rail Workers of the Nation would and Mrs. PB. Taylor, of Hartford, son, WinsWhittako a poll on June 30th, on whether 2, visited his sister, Mrs. Jesse gestions from the congrersman or W. C. Overhultz and little or not a genernl strike is to be called taker, Sunday. senator. ton, of Colo., spent Sunday Nvlth Mr. MIes Nettie Bartlett and Mr. Aror the proposed reduction in wages is Never in the history of the gov family. to be acceptefl. Some strikes have chie Allen, two popular young peo- ernment has It been best served by P. L. Wood and Mr. Owen Jones went to Evans-vlll- e were quietbeen, are and will be, in the Interest ple of this neighborhood, those who gave out Its positions to Saturday. of justice. Others may be classed ly married at Hartford Saturday. The those who would work for Uncle Sam. peo- writer wishes them a long and happy Mr. and Mrs. Hanceford Hancock Always, the ns being otherwise. The beU man or woman is not sought Powderly, visited Mrs. Hancock's the stones catch it in life. ple merely a grade of man or woman of Mr. Robert Mosley and family, Mr. who can pass the examination. The sister, Mrs. Vernon Everly, recently. tho grind. There can be no more Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Danks of doubt that wages must be adjusted Clyde Mosley1 and family and Mr. whole idea, anyway, that the man attended tho pie supper and together with other conditions, than Archie Mosley and family, of Buford, or woman who can pass an educationMasonic Lodge meeting here Saturis of the fact that day follows visited in this community Sunday. there al test with the highest percentage day night. Mrs". Richard Stewart, of Owensbonight. When "a man of ordinary Jibll-ltis therefore best qualified to fill any Mrs. Cecil Fulkerson and Miss Rowith no particular outlay for ro, is visiting relatives in this neigh- given clerical position is nonsensical. sa Staples of Nelson, Visited Mrs. L. pull down borhood. high or special training can No business man selects a bookkeep"Aunt Duck" Regans, of Central er because he can pass 99 per cent P. Fulkerson one day last week. from gix to ten and eighteen dollars Mr. Eddie Heflin has built a new por day, while his brother who may City, is visiting Mrs. Tom Hoover. in geography or history; no mercanbarn for Mr. "Finis Rowe. be forced to follow other lines of emtile house selects a buyer merely beMaster Paul Bryant Everly has UEEC1I VALLEY ployment, yet endowed with as much cause he knows grammar or- - algebra returned after visiting with his natural ability and as willing a workbetter than other persons. The bankA largo crowd attended the Fun-or- er wants a bookkeeper who has three grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Ira Mil er, 13 forced to accept from two to five of Mrs. Gladys Miller at Marvin's things: ambition, honesty and knowl- ler, of Powderly. dollars for as much labor, performed, there is something radically wrong. Cha'pol latit Sundny. The mercan edge of bookkeeping. Rov. Felix J. Sanders, of Fords-Ylll- tile house wants a buyer who knows Tho Country to tolerably well fed-u- p Rev. C. F. Hartford, of Owensboro, will preach here the third Sun- goods, people and who has honor and who has been spending a fow days on strikes and strike talk. It's time both employer and omployee were day afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Why shouldn't the gov- in Ohio County was in town ambition. Mr. Olan Wright, of Missouri, is ernment select in the same way? And getting down to business luting tho level traversed by the "great common hero for a visit with his uncle, Mr. why not select tho best tp be found people." When a fair realization of C. D. Taul, and other relatives. not merely one of tho Rev. R. P. Harper, of Nocreek, that fact la adhered to tho better It passers of examinations? will bo for tho Country and thoso who spent Saturday night with Mr. J. 'D. Mr. Brown has rendered a great keep 'continuously before the public Miller and family. deal of service to the government Mr Herman Park and sister, Mrs. already In unearthing a thousand inthose elements of fear and disturbEthel Lake, of Clear Run, dined with efficiencies. If this report of ,hls ance. 'u Mrs. M. E. Miller nnd son, Diamond, brings action, he will have reached LOUISVILLE REAVER DAM. Sundny. tho height of his' career. C. Magan attended Mr. and Mrs. J. SUNDAY, JUNE 11, 1922 Miss Opal Leach, at Leltchticld, Is decoration Lervlces at Magan, and tbo guert of friends and relatives In Ralphs Sunday afternoon. jJgniE ILLINOIS CENTRAL nnd noar town this week. Mrs. Rose Vanls and son, of QUESTIONS Miss Green, of Paducah, Is 111., spent Friday afternoon ing a few days with Miss Vlolot with Mrs. M, E. Miller. Bible Answers . . Phelps. If Parent will cneocrase chQdren to look up Miss Frankle Cambron of Ada-burandmtmoriztbcliibleAiilwer.itwUliirov Mato Hunley has sold her Mrs. iv una w vitr years. pnceiCH wnw spent Sunday with Miss Tho Round Trip. house nnd lot to Mrs. Hiram Brown. E$S Magan. Albert Lqacb Is erect0:14 A. M. Lv. Braver Dam Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller and ing a new dwelling house on Main daughter, Wlllye Mildred, dined with 10:80 A. M. Ar. Louisville Why should we revere the Creator? Returning;: Street. Mr, W. A. Taul and family, of SunRev. 4:11. Rov. Albert Maddox filled his ap- nydale, Sunday, Lv. Louisillo. 7:00 P. M. What does God require of man? pointment at Island Station Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rhoades, and Deuteronomy 10:12 day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Latney Rhoades and American Association MrsT" Slgsby McKlnney and little children, of DennfleliT, spent Sunday Which is the Third CommandBase Ball , daughtor, of Jenkins, are spending with Mr. J. C. Ralph and family,' of ment? gxodus 20:7. , wltn Mrs McKlnney's Sunnydale. What are some of ths promises to tho Btynmer Double Header Isath. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert JackA choir practice Is being held ev- thoso who keep the Sabbath? LOUIS VI LLK vs. KANSAS CITV son. ery Saturday night. Everybody Invit- 58: 1314.. And Mtiny Oilier Attractions. How should we enter Into the Mr. Ivln Harris of Louisville, was ed to come and help sing. houso of God? Psalm 100:2, 4, guest at Miss Irene Rhoads, re tho Which Is the Fourth Command Ask Joo WlllliuiiH. Azcut I. C. R. R.. Mr. C. D. I3ean of Dundee, was In cently. J Beaver Diuii, Ky. ment? Exodus 20:8-1Mrs. Everett McKlnney j town yesterday. and i J ijtc Hartford Republican The New Maxwell You now have the opportunity to see, try and ' buy the most beautiful automobile in its price class. A perfect motor, a well balanced body, nickled trimmed steel disc wheels and everything. Tis a thing of beauty and a joy forever. The automobile that everyone is talking about and boosting. No one looks at it and turns away. They all looks as long as the new Maxwell is in sight. In has an "Iron Clad" guarantee. l N r -- . T", to . ..,:. ; THE PRICE . s $975.i SOLD BY Taylor & Morris Garage, , . Delivered full of Gas and'Oil. R. B, ;- &C C. MARTIN - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY y, Oh Boy! Be delightfully Or A, . comfortable these hot dayswear a ?hNATI0NAL5UMMER SUIT' MEM y, Keep-Ko- ol al Summer Suit. in weight; smartly tailored. Snappy New Models in Sport KEEP-KOO- L o, ' Light Low Rate Excursion Back Style. A . Suit will give you long, satisfactory service, yet it is priced reasonably. Let us show you our newest Har-risbur- g, "kz g, $2.25 models in standard summer fabrics. Lu-del- le Carson wmnmTj-- (& Co. 1 " Hartford, Kentucky. "' 1. W' wimmarifrwa8lirMimimMi r Mr Ccll II. Heavrin went to dm- -' i hamnnd Whlto Plains yesterday, on a business errand. Ho will return Sunday. FAIR'S JUNE SALE! --4 HOLD VOUIl WOOL about ten days, the price will be good, Will notify you when to de'.lvpr SILAS STEVENS. Mrs. Ilettle Fulkerson, city, will leave tomorrow for Detroit, Mich., where she will spend the summer with her son. THE NEW SUPERIOR CHEVROLET The most economical automobile on the market today. The lowest priced, fully equipped automobile made. Let us show ydu this New Superior Chevrolet at our Garage or at your home. If you are thinking of buying a car, see the Chevrolet first. t Every" day adds new mer- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lloyd, of the New Daymus country, were guests of Judgo and Mrs. R. It. Wedding, city, Sunday pd Monday. Miss Leila Glonn, city, has returned homo after spending about two i - weeks in Harrlsburg, Ark., the guest of Prof, and Mrs. H. E. Drown. chandise to our big June Sale. . If you are not attending you are the loser. We-arshowing the greatest line Mill-En- d fabrics that it of has been our privilege to show in years. Thousands of yards of Ginghams, Percales, White Goods, plain and fancy Voiles and Organdies, Shirting Madras, Silk Shirting in fact, a vast selection of Cotton Goods of every description. See our Short Lengths ideal goods for children's school dresses. Mr. L. S. Igleheart, who has been the Federal Hospital at Dawson Springs, for several weeks, has returned homo, greatly Improved. In e Messrs. Arnold Newton and Ed Crowe, Misses Erna Mae Huff and Geneva Keown, of Fordsvllle, were guests of Miss Eva Mae Smith Miss Mary Darnett of Louisville, and Mrs. R. N. Thornsberry of vlBlted their uncle, Mr. A. M. Darnett and family, of this place, Sunday. -- Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Mrs. P. D. Taylor, Mrs. W. C. Overhultz and little son, Winston Bennett, were guests of Mrs. Margaret Hunter, near Equality, Sunday. DEANS, PEAS AND MILLET Ha- - Wallace, Taylor & Morris, HARTFOftD, KENTUCKY Attorney A. D Kirk who has been Denno remained until Wednesdsr in Louisville during the greater por- with her grandparents. tion of the past several weeks underWASHINGTON. went another slight operation for eye trouble Tuesday, and it, 1b conChildren's day exercises will fee fidently expected that he will return during the coming week, fully re- held here here next Sunday. Farmers are very busy with theSr stored to normal condition. farm work.. Miss Versa Newcomb is speadiar Prof, and Mrs. L. A. Sharer of Weston, W. Va., arrived in Hartford this week at Rose Lynn Farm, wltti recently, and will spend the summer her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. here and at other points In Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tinsley, ol tWr. Prof. Sharer is suwith relatives. perintendent of the Weston high vicinity, attended the Unveiling, at school, the second largest school of Barnett's Creek, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Gray of Tafthe kind, in West'VIrginia. fy, spent Saturday night and Snnflu Messrs. Robert R. and Gilbert Hol- - with Mrs. Gray's parents,' Mr. anfl brook and the latter's little son, Gil Mrs. Isaac Shown. Miss Versa Nowcomb and litOei bert Stewart, of Owensboro, were and father, sister, Edna Vivian, of this place, cuests of their brother Judge J. D. Holbrook and Mrs. spent Tuesday with their aunt, Mrs. Holbrook, city, Tuesday. Mr. and W. F. Newcomb and family. Mrs. Delia Tinsley and little granfi-son- , Mrs. Robert R. Holbrook will leave Phillip Ward Park, of Aleitt-drl- a today for Los Angeles, Owensboro neighborhood, were guest3 or Calif-- ! where they will make their Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nowcomb axfi future home. family, Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Lake, of this country, James Field, Mrs. AlMr. and Mrs. len Dean, Mrs .Edward Dean and two who recently underwent an operatlsi children, Elizabeth and James Allen, at the Owensboro CJty hospltaJ. Ir of Owensboro, spent Thursday and Improving nicely.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .Travis and tea Friday in this city, the guests of the Mesdames Deans' parents!, Mr. and Lovel H of Hartford, spent SonC Mrs. J, I. Goodman at the New Com- with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Newcomii mercial Hotel. Ljttle Miss Elizabeth of this place. Nei-com- berlandt and Sooty Deans, Whlppoor-wil- l and Mixed Peas. Good stock, Best German Millet. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 47t4 jmSSFStotiBSS EifatzGix Jhe Hartford Republican FRIDAY,. Sweet Mario Toilet Soap, 5c. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 50t2 Miss Opal Leach, of Leichfleld, is Mr. J. W. Wilson has finally com pleted tho brick work on his new bus Mefsra. and Mesdames Charlie iness house opposite the Republican occupy Hughes, Herrln, 111., Ed Hughes, and office and Is laying plans to were Wavy Parks, Taylor Mines, same at an early date. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leach, Sunday. Mn.John H. Dames and daughter, city, Miss Anna, son Malcom, of Beaver Mrs. Ed Johnson of Llvermore, Dam, spent Sunday with Mr. Barnes" Judge spent a few days last week in this sister, Mrs Dettle Talor and city, the guest of her sister, Miss and Mrs. J. S. Glenn, city. Mamie Bennett and aunt, Mrs. CharWonder Ice Cream Freez lotte Taylor. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Acton and Mr. Glenn Dames, city, went to LouisWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ville Wednesday of last week, return50t2 ing tho same day. Messrs. Acton and Squlro WInson Smith, of Select, Barnes drove two new Buick cars was in town Wednesday, on business. through, purchased by the "firm of Squire Smith will leave Monday for Acton Bros. Foster's Landing, on Green River, one where he Is to erect a merchandise FOR SALE At a bargain, building. Maxwell Touring Car; Paint, top also condition, and body In A- -l Mr. and Mrs. Turner Burns and good set of tires. Perfect mechani son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs Fred cal condition. Seo mo at once. Burns, of "Owensboro, were guests T L. H. RENDER, and Mrs. O. T, Wednesday, Beaver Dam, Ky. Burns, city. Miss Elizabeth Davidson, city, will Mlss Gertrude Schlemmer, steno- leave Saturday for Lexington, to vis-- It grapher for the Creasey Corporation, friends and attend the, commencearrive in this city, to- ment exercises of the University of Paducah, parmorrow morning, to visit her on the 11th. Kentucky, beginning ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Schlemmer, Miss "Davidson will also visit friends until Sunday afternoon. jn Cincinnati, Ohio, beforeTreturning home. Mrs. O. T. Burns, city, entertained at progressive yesterday afternoon Prof, and Mrs. T. F. Ellis, of Hun rook, in honor of her guest, Miss have been vro-- l of Owensboro. Quite tington, W. Va., who ... Blanche Guthrie, v..w CllTCU ua iiiaiiuuiw presa large number of ladies wore Pnnntv Normal school, to commence occasion. ent to 'enjoy the here Monday, arriveu in waruoru uiov have taken Flener, who taught in Monday afternoon andMrn. Miss Gorin John A Ark., lodging with Mr. and the HVgh School at Harrlsburg, during the past nine monthe, has re- Duko. turned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon P. Ligon.aud Mx. and Mrs. B. F. Flener, nt Crom little son, Vernon r. Jr., will arrive in well, to spend the summer. town today, to visit Mrs. Llgon'B parand ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. Mrg. Mr. and Mrs. Yandall Sargent daughter. Miss Katherine, of Owens- Llgon will romaln hero during the Llgon will boro, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wright prcsont month, but Mr. grandchildren, of Patesvlllo, roturn to Frankfort within the next and two guestsyof Mr and few days. were the wee-en- d Bean, in Dundee Mrs. Byron F. Mr. Odo Solbort and daughter, arFelix city, underwent Miss Edna, of Mt. Carmcl, 111., Miss Cllfflo city, Sunday to visit an operation for appendicitis, at tho rived in this and City Hospital, Owensboro, Monday Miss Edna's grandparonts, Mr. reGrlgsby. Mr. Selbert morning at 8 o'clock. When last Mrs. Alex Wednesday, hut Miss heard from she was- getting along turned home remain for aomo tlmo, to Her mother, Mrs. Ola Felix, Edna will nicely help caro for her grandmother, who accompanied her. is In ill health. Mrs, J. E. Davidson gave a lawn Mr. James W. Chandler, son of the party, Tuesday in honor of the fourof their son, Master Rev. James A. Chandler, pastor of teenth birthday BowEdwin. About thirty boys and girls the Stafe Street M. E. Church, ago wero present at the ling Green, and also a nephew of Mrs. of Edwin's was homo of Mr. and Mrs. Davidson to Charles M. Crowe, of Hartford, awarded the Robinson gold medal in joys of the qccasion. share in tho the oratorical" contest, recently held a nice fresh line of loose by Ogden College. We have Wiles Sunshine Cakes and. Crackers: ' 16o Mr. Webber' Clark, who for the Krlspy CrackerB 1"C past several months. baa been emPerfecto Sugar Wafers 155 ployed as Commercial Collector In Zwieback- f 15c Eastern Kentucky, spent the week Vanljla Wafers Ginger Snaps, - boxes. 15o end "in this city, tho guest of friends Yum Yum He Is now visiting his 15c andjlrelatlves. Lemon Snaps, 2 boxes parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Clark in of all kinds. Loose cakes the "Hopewell community, WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 50t2 2 ers: Quart 3 Quart ' y .S3.! .S-.- ' .JUNE 0 visiting relatives in this city. EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. SMOKE Messrs, C. W. Morgan and Flelden, Hartford Route 5, called at this office Monday. Mr. A. M. Smith, of McIIenry, was a caller at this office while In town on business, Monday. . Mr. Forest Hardin, of tho Lower Point Country, was a visitor at this office while In town Monday. At The Best Stands. oflr. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. Valeria Yelser, City, 111. Ifa very Mrs. Dlanton Ellis is confined to with Mr. ter, bpent the week-en- d and Mrs. D. F Bean, at Dundee. Mr. Stenhen Grlgsby, of Owens- guest of his boro, was tho week-end parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grlgsby, Mrs. S. J. Wedding and son, Wal- her room with Illness. G0t2 Swat that fly, 3 boxes 25c. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. city. . 4 , J i-f- Rj Vifr. ' N Mrs. I. S. Mason and daughters, Mr. C. Rogers, Deaver Dam, was MIbh Mary Ike, city and Mrs. J. M. n visitor at this office Mondpy. D. C, spent Cox, of Washington, Constl-IMitioOwensboro. Tuesday In 000 quickly relices Colds, n, Oliver Cultivators lllllousncbs A Fine Tonic. Mr. J. C Thomas and family, who 111., havo been residing In Docatur, somolimo, havo returned to thoir Mr. Caj-- T. Sarfdefur, of Beaver for Dam, was a business caller at this farm home, near Rolno. office yesterday. Hooslcr Corn Ono and two-rocorn most nccurato Drills, Tho Cures' Malaria, Chills, Kcv-c- r 47t4 planters on tho market. Killous Fetcr, Colds and W. D. ELLIS & BRO. But20t LuGrippe. 00120 w and Headache. 666 i Mr. M. L. Heavrin will return from a business trip to nnd Frankfort. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hoover and city, woro Miss Mary Doll King, guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Hoover of Central City, Sunday. Miss Lurene Collins of Greenvlllo, Mr. A. R. Pirtlo and son,' Malcom, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. of Owensboro, were It Hartford Wedand Mrs. R. T. Collins. nesday, and wero gucsta of Mr. and Wayne- Pirtlo while hero. Mr. Mack Daniel, Narrows R. F. D. Mrs. No. 2, was a caller nt this office Mrs. J. D. Sandefur, of Henderson, while In town Monday. Is making an extended vlsft with her daughter, Mrs. James H. Thomas and For Sale Four head of Mules, 16 Mr. Thomas, at Beaver Dam, hands high, and one Holsteln milch 7" ' cow, fresh. MOWERS AND HAKES Peering CLAUD KING, Hartford. or -- and McCormick Mowers and Rakes or haying machinery. any kind Mr. R. T. Collins, traveling salesp. ELLIS &, DRO, Hartford Phono W. man for 'the DuPont P6wder Co., 47t4 here with his Ky. spent tho week-en- d ' family. f Mrs. Derta Pedlgo, who for some ngent at the Tlcheoor and time has boon assistant Mr. and Mrs. Frank city, local L. & N. Station, left Wedneslittle daughter, Lillian Mlllor, morning for Sobreo, Ky., where spent Sunday with Mrs. Tichenor's day will bo employed In the depot at Balrd, sho parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardin that placed jt , . of Route p. ...r Buy an Oliver Riding Cultivator for better plow- ing. Ride instead ot waiK, cultivate more utuea, which means more arid better corn when cultivated with Oliver Cultivators. We can furnish you either Disc or Shovel. I f ACTON BROTHERS L HARTFORD, KY. ......... Ifc WW 'HAVE KEPT GALLIC QUALITY Sur-vlvo- rs PSHK52SHS2S252S25HSHMSSSES25HilE KNEW A SWITCH WOMAN "HIS SO ANGEL MATHER I K People of Anatolia Believed to De of Those Who Founded , WAYS OF FATE Ancient Qalatla. By MILDRED WHITE tho surface of the general ISSHSZSaHSESZSaSESHScLSSSESHSSSHi'l Turkish-Mosleunit Z .of Anatolia of h ? 5Z5H5rliE5r"i lib rii U U C3 U C3 U U today singular strains appear, liotn Copyright, 1921, Western Newspaper Lr" 1. OoprrUht, 1113, Western Newspaper Union The girl who walked down the vilreligious and racial. IjJ 0je central Geoffrey, In his woblly bathrobe, ranges pi uio J'onti range, for In- - lage street, passed the row of qua'tit kept a wntch of the stair, For either StATice, ho the village a people old fashioned housCs, to turn In ht !WT JVW lsT" . a bungalow door. To this frail girl, fip or down those stairs his good urkisn, "lviziionsnos" called In must go. Tho hnll of the "Bedheads." They differ markedly In whose health made country living n present necejssltyj Joint's home, nnd rooming house remaining for n time nhvRlenl tmo from the other Anntosilent, Geoffrey sought the window. llan peasants about them, being cither Jauey's bright society, were a salva'He was still weak and uncertain as Jo light brunette or blond. The ienrjl? tion, nnd TIndeed wlthouj them fldsa- ipra-ojjiSvpOu.walking, but ns It Wns possfbjg Ulul jjit dTsignateu Ume. The quiet a Jlghrsjep TnlgTit nscjnu tutu old In all probability the survivors of old was very strange to the Tio returned to his post. Gallic tribes Who hewed their way young woman, whose natural gujetles, Be must have been In this gloomy Into centrnl Anatolia In the Third cen- perhaps, had been her disaster. "Who lives in the bungafow with 'room ijow, for more than two weeks. tury before Christ, founded the Gala-tla- n iTlic flu had put him out of his head, the sun dial In the garden?" Itosa-llnkingdom, and later accepted Chrishnd asked her aunt the. second Ibo that he could not measure time. ' tianity. They now profess to be MoIts Interest vanished with his sud- -' hammedans. But they do things that day of her stay. "Oh you mean Jnney Fepper's place. .don Illness. All that Geoffrey Gordon no orthodox Turk will do, writes W. Wo always call her Janey Pepper." could distinctly remember was som-- . L. Westermnnn In Asia Magazine. monlng his landlady, with the con-- 1 Their women, for example, go unRosalind met the mistress of the fused request that the woman who veiled; and they cat with the men. pretty bungalow soon after. Passing cored for his room he retained to give Once a year n priest appears among the garden of the sun dial when Its lilra such care ns might be necessary. them and In secret they partake of mistress was there picking roses, that little lady Invited her In. The doctor, used to calls of the the communion. These Klzllbashes sweet-facefriendless and unremuneratlve, looked represent a case of Incomplete conver- Rosalind became immediately Inter,the unresponsive Geoffrey over, pro-- sion to Islam, as well as Incomplete ested In Janey Pepper. "Fate Is the strangest thing," retnounced his case grip, and departed, racial mixture. Throughout the Near 'leaving medicine behind. It was not East many such strange survivals are marked Ilosallnd one day, "hero am I, his affair, certainly, whether that med- - j to be found, broken bits of ancient a lonely stranger In a strange place, ' 'Iclne was bestowed or not. peoples, of primitive Christian beliefs, carelessly passing a rose garden, I "What's his nnme?" the doctor even of pagan religious find you and am lonely no more." briefly asked Mrs. Simpson. Jnney Pepper bent over the silk currites curious relics of the past. tain she was sewing. He says It's Stlnson," she replied, j "George Stlnson." "There's no understanding the ways So the author who loved to study , VOICE RETAINS ITS QUALITY of fnte," she said, and laughed. "Now take me, my dear, nnd the at close range his subjects, who wrote j or people as tney are lay among mose Fixed Feature of Human Vocal Or way I came to be married; had Just gans Which Is Regarded as Someof whom lie would have written, himsettled down cheerfully to single blessthing of a Phenomenon. edness when a bit of misfortune led self needy and unknown. mo straight to my husband and hapAcross the blur of his pain camo The changes that come with age, piness. Tlint sounds contradictory I then an angel directly from heaven, IO minister io mm. iiitiu u iriKment:u , observes the editor of the New York know, but let me tell you about it. I child, Geoffrey Gordon realized tho Medical Journal, are so manifold and was living, nt the time, In the little Tcnssurlng comfort of firm, soothing j striking that we are Inclined to over- home my folks left to me. Then came hands. Over his hot forehead the cool j look the norslstence thrnuch the venrs the hard winter when my collie dog hands moved rhythmically, charming of the quality of the voice, nnd yet I died and Black Beauty had to be sold, his pain away. And when he awoke this 'one fixed feature Is remarkable. ' and I fell off a tall stool and twisted to momentary consciousness the fol Even those who have lost most sera- - j my back. I was standing on the stool lowing morning, the faded, Insufficient blance to their former selves have not to tuke down Uncle Silas' old photocoverlet had been miraculously re- lost to any extent the peculiar organs graph that I'd got pretty tired of see j lng there, and after I fell there was placed by warm blankets of dainty of their voice. When one notes that the organs no Black Beauty to carry me over to satin bindings. It was when he reached weak but which, lu their functioning nnd, hence. Doctor Hastings. So I put on n loose sure convalescence that Jellies and In their structure, have so endured, cape and walked, nil twisted with pain, tempting small cukes aud niufllns are relatively small and delicate and all the wny to the doctor's office. "found their way to the stand by" the In very frequent use, the phenomenon j The doctor, himself, who had bed. The delicious cakes which he Is of greater Interest. A vocal apparan Impertinent chauffeur that ate so hungrily brought to him a sting atus may be Injured or worn by over- morning and didn't know how he wns Tiie mother of his . use, and the power of a singer does to bo driven around, was not very of mother-memorboyhood gone so long, but still bit- - not Inst for life. But, though Its flex!-- 1 sympathetic, being troubled with his blllty, power and range may diminish, own problem. Then Into the waiting tcrly missed. Geoffrey, watching the stair, knew for ordinary purposes the quality of room, where I wns waiting to see how Ht hurt why success and the many speech remains eaMly recognizable I was io get back to my home, came beautiful things of life still left a and apparently but slightly Influenced, ' James N. Hodges of the grand house degreat lnck which had never been filled. compnred with the on the hill. Every one spoke of him And so, wondering, speculating, he cay and destruction which has gone as James N. Hodges, thinking always questioned, and vainly, concerning his forward with the passage of a decade of the man's aloof Importance. I reor two. secret deliverer and watched hopecalled, as he sat there In scowling impatience, that his lovely butterfly wife fully, despairingly, the stair. For the girl or woman must of course be an had died last spring. I don't remember This Fits Most of Us. occupant of this dingy rooming house. Henry Ward Beecher, so the story that James N. Hodges had ever noAnd to settle this eager curiosity of goes, was once asked by a young ticed, me before; he spoke now, his he must know her. preacher how he could make his con- gruffly. Many went down the stair each gregation keep wide nwake and atten"When will the doctor be at Jlber-ty?- " morning to places of employment, tive during his sermons. Beecher remy pain, remany came back each night. Soon plied And, I that lie always hud a man watch plied, "I impatient with Geoffrey must go away, but first he don't know anything about for sleepers, with Instructions, ns soon "I must know. as he saw anyone start nodding or the doctor." James N. Hodges looked in sudden There was one lovely girl; her dark, dozing, to hasten to the pulpit and displeasure at a person so rude. His (lancing eyes sought the Invalid out In wnke up the preacher. Aren't you and fine eyes were reproachfully queshis watching place. AVould we I usunlly less At last In desperation the author not be Inclined sensible? the watcher tioning. to have The doctor opened the door nnd he called to the girl under pretense of wake up, not ourselves, but the felwas as crusty as either of us. "Janey nsklng her to forward a message to lows caught sleeping? In other words, Pepper," "Mrs. Simpson. The girl smiled charmhe said, "I can't take you aren't e disposed always to blame homo as I hoped to do. Don't know ingly. go wrong In nn others? When things how I'm going to make the rounds "Sure, I'll tell the old dame," agreed organization the president usually his supposed angel, "but you'd betted i feels It Is necessary for hltn to shake myself; but If you had used a little believe it'll take her some time to get up his associates. His associates, In common sense you would not he hero a move up here. Some weight, that turn, usually start kicking up ructions with a lame back. Better have left old girl. Any other little thing I can with those under them. And workers, your Uncle Silas picture hanging on the wall." do for youse?" when they are dissatisfied, usually lay "No, thank you," answered Geoffrey "I can stand the lame the bkuue, not nt their owe door but than I could stand Uncle back better sadly. Silas' picat the door of the foreman or the de-- 1 ture," I retorted, and In n minute we That night Inspiration came to him partment head or the big boss some- were all three laughing together. one who had so unselfishly cared for body, anybody, except ourselves. James N. Hodges Jumped to his feet. n sick stranger would naturally still How about adding this Beecher "My car Is at the door," he offered be Interested In his condition. The nest squib to what we always carry around pleasantly. "I will be glad to flay found him suffering nn appardric you "Magahome. I can send It back foe your ent collapse; his groaning might even with us In our mind? Forbes use later, Doctor Hastings." have been heard by a sympathetic lis- zine. Janey smoothed thoughtfully the tener off the long hnll. Geoffrey beSome Detective. gan Ids groaning directly after cusrose silk. A lot of bank notes had been stolen tomary office closing time. Ho de"That's how into gave mo my husducted that his Angel was among the In London, and word reached n de- band," she said, "though Jim says hln employed. She was and nt that pre- tective that an old woman who wbh Is tho gift. I do try to make him a notorious "fence" had nt least ono happy. That's why we left the gloomy cise moment opening a can of pineapple for her supper. of them. Proceeding to her house he old ancestral home on the lilll for "Dear me," murmured the Angel, mode n thorough search of the rooms, this lou'ly sunny place. For I soon learned that my Jim was not self "tlint sounds exnetly like my sick but without success. nor aloof, as wo supposed, but Turning to the woman nnd handing man. What a pity he has no mother or sister or wife to look after him." her back the candle she had lent him Just a man, plain, lonesome for comShe decided to take n peep Into the to work with, he said: "Well, thlH mon happiness nnd love." Jnney invalid's quarters. When her wide-eye- d time I confess I am beaten. Tell me laughed. "I'll bo bound If he expected to find glance revealed' her former where It is, mother, and I'll get you those blessings in old Doctor Hasoff." charge again prostrate, Bessie The pioml&o was sufficient. "You've tings' office any more than I expected late of Grove Village, slipped noiselessly Into George Stliibon's room. had It In your hand for tho last half to find them falling off n stool." 'She carried some of the pineapple hour," sic said, "and gavo It me back Early Rail- - Disaster. with her. As she supposed, the pathis minute. It's wrapped around tho tient's lips were hot and dry; thought-full- y candle." Boston Transcript. The first greut railroad disaster In considering, Bessie fed him tho the United Slates was what was for pineapple. years referred to us the "Burlington The Boat of Life. Furtively the patient opened his The little boat of our llfo labors In Accident." It occurred near Burlingeyes. the trough of (ho sea, and wc cannot ton, N. J., In 1855, and caused tho No, she wasn't exactly protty, nor see out at all. We arc lifted to a death nnd Injury of n greut number of persons. modish at all. Her soft capably wave-creand look out, momentarily, The American public wns horror-stricke- n molded hand mode assured, graceful over tho troubled waters, happy If we nt the calamity, and popular movements toward his lips. Her dark cun see, In the distance, the Islands, brows drew together concernedly, ns with their fronded palms and moun- feeling rose so high that new regulashe bent over him. Geoffrey remem- tains, whose summits lift to the blue tions In regard to the backing of bered that same dear, anxious look In dome of the sky. Aguln the trough of trains, signaling, etc., were put Into his mother's face long ago. Suddenly, the sea engulfs us, and we cannot see. effect In every railway system In the couutry. Itev. Dr. Broadmnn, n cole- - j .lile eyes upon her, the girl smiled All I can offer Is the vision from a sinWhy, she was pretty, tenderly pretty, rnunueipnia clergyman, gle wave-cresmay urnieu what the next and the plain little frock frumed l.er show, no one can foresee. From "For preached a famous sermon on the subsome way fittingly as one would What Do We Live," by Edwurd How- ject. have one's favorite priceless picture ard Griggs. Not Missed. frumed. "Do you remember the good old "So I have found you at last I" bald One American Language. Geoffrey Gordon. days when a candidate was expected When u "I'ennsyhunla Dutchman" Is to hire a bruss band and treat tho "How I have needed you, my dear 1" "I am glad to he where I am need- on his vacation, he Is having his "off." crowd?" When anything Is finished, with those ed," answered Bessie confusedly. "Those weren't good old days," resame folk, It is "ull." So when said plied Senator Sorghum. "They simply "But I urn going to need you 1 D. tells you his "off" is "all," you Insisted this strange patient. life vacation has ended. Farm promoted bad liquor, bad music and However, Bessie remained true to know bud politics." -- . Life. Jier word. By MOLLIE Below W J Llttlo Sammywho hnd hnd an application nf tho rod at school, climbed upon his daddy's kneo (daddy was ft n switchman) after supper, and Inquired If thoy needed any swltchwo-mc- n. I A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of "No, son why do you ask?" "Well, I wns Just thinking If they did, I had ono In mind I could recommend." A TBUE VllOd STOKY t &&&&&& clty-brc- u 1 d Somo time ago a cement wall was erected In Newtown, Mo. Over two years later the wall was demolished and out fell a frog, the very color of the cementj It Iny In the sun a few minutes nnd stretched Itself, opened Its eyes, nnd walked off. m m $1.75 The Commcrcail Appeal' is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. ' SHARK ON SHIP'S BOW d j A huge tiger shark, 30 feet long, was struck by tho steamship American Legion on Its way north from South America and tho forward rush of the vessel Jield It on the bow several hours. Tho shark wnu measured and photographed. THE TELEPHONE ARMY There, arc approximately 500,000 men and women employed In the tele-phoindustry In the United States, not including tho thousands engaged In the manufacture of telephono Of this vast army, equipment. aro women, of whom about 170,000 aro tho "Hollo Girls," who answer tho Insistent demands of the public, which makes telephone-usin- g billions of telephono calls a year, far more than aro mado in all tho rest of tho world put togethor. no two-thirds ARKANSAS GAS WELLS AFIRE J I While the drill stem vns being removed from a gas well near Eldorado Arkansas, a crater 200 feet across was blown out nnd the gas caught fire, In turn Igniting smaller wells near by. The flames which were beyond control could bo seen for 10 miles. The output of tho main well was about 75,000,000 cubic feet of gas a day. UNDERGROUND STILL RAIDED Md., a large Near Bryanetown, still In a dugout 25 feet underground, which It is said cost $5000 to equip was drenched with kerosene and burned by prohibition officers. The secret brewery employed 20 men and had all the paraphernalln to turn out booza by the barrel. - t,F ieotrid t SusceeJ when everything Ise falls. In nervous prostration and female .vet&nesse they .are the supreme remedy, w thousands have testified. It to the best medicine erer told over a diuggis"s counter. liters FOR KlUNkZY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE THE POINT OF VIEW A man and hbj wlfo were H Tolnts of vlow vary. Every Woman Wants watching on tho floor of a railway carriage. "I never sco ono of those things," said tho man, "but I wonder where It Is going." London & Northwestern Railway Gazette (Engn cock-roac- h land.) ( The width of tho steamers Majestic and Levleathan Is 100 let. Recent, arrangements have been made whereby the Weather Bureau, United Stntts Department of Agriculture, receives daily reports from Midway Island, Guam, Manila, and eight cities In China and Japan, Inand cluding Hongkong, Shanghai, Tokyo. These reports "are transmitted from Manila to San Francisco by naval radio stations. well-know- DIRECTORY Ohio County CIRCUIT COURT FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douchet ttopr pelric catarrh, ulceration end inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co, for tea year. A healing toonder for nasal catarrh, tore throat and tore eye EconoiakaL ISu3i Xjn3. Htl cttriorduiary dcABuna ind kjennlfx!.) iwf. SOc H dnwuti. r br TTuPMIooTolftCrtiipMiy. Btti.MMfc Fr. spui ' ; ) I I Glover H. Cary, Com'th. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. B. H. Ellis. Mnstcr Commissioner : Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. n writer of verse It was a COUNTY COURT to whom a lady said: "I have Just Convenes first Monday In each sen your wife for the first Urn since your marriage; but I had supposed month: Judge R. R. Wedding. she was a taller woman. She-seeCounty Att'y. Otto C. Martin. I saw her, last." Bhorter than when Clerk Guy Ranney. sol"Certainly," said the writer Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: emnly. "She has married and setMack Cook, Iris Render, George tled down." Public Ledger. first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday in September and fourth Monday in November: udg! George S. Wilson, Owensboro Moots B"" Mothers ilm,. use X For the Children. A Safe Old ver minise Fashioned contin- J rSBaW CASTO 4 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S RIA A BRITON'S HARD LUCK P. Jones. Nat Hudson. Remedy ScTenty-fiveycari for Worm I In the British Some bookkeeper Post Office, which operates the telephones in Great Britain, must have been nodding over his ledgers when he made tho mistake that inspired this note: "Your bill for 8 7s. 4d. for telephone charges came to hand this morning. I am awfully sorry hut I'm afraid I cannot pay It Believe me, I would pay willingly If my telephone hadn't been taken away nearly eighteen months ago " CAUSED A STIR "Great excitement was caused recently In Janan when the government telephono dopartnicnt Installed tele-phofor 350 people who had made application for thcmln 1907. . no Mnc-Ponul- d, United States has one-si- x of tho world's population and- teenth of the world's tele-- 1 noarly phones. Tho two-thir- Deviled Spanish Green Olives Here's a little hors d' beuvro that may be prepared in a few minutes. It's novel and tasty. The family will enjoy it, and so will the guests. It's one of those st t: ZMJW "surprise" appetizers that labels your charming:" Pit largo green olives and fill eggs with the yolk of mixed to a paste with a little butter. Lay- an olivo on a strip of bacon, sprinkle with paprika and a tiny pinch of mustard, roll up, fasten with toothpick and broil just long enough to crisp the bacon. 'Serve on toast fingers. hard-boile- d - dinner "unique and Feeltrfght all tho time Don't lay eft from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv- - Ver-Lu- x keeps yosl Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo relieving your trdubi too, and easy to take. Dont le. Safer Run. take anything else. You can't effort! HARTFORD itr Eliminates poisons, cleanses By Pollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation, a) A natural remedy, natural In its actions, sur Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. in its effect and certain in results. 1 Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. won't be loner before wit ROCKPORT completely displace calomel n ever home Children can take it freely scat Xi. Oreen, Judge. Robert .with perfect safety. Every bottle guar Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Nona, Cooper, Chairman. Edd genuine without the likeness and signsV ture of L. K, Grfcsby. For sale by W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. , &JUAMMM, Stllll Mason, Treasurer, a t QUARTERLY COURT first Monday In each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Monday In January; first Tuesday In April and October, R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. J. P. McCoy. Hartford 1st District 2nd District 'W. C. Knott, Center- town. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons lth District J. R. Murphy, Fords- vllle. 5th District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart ford, R. F. D. No. 4. flth District Mack Martin, Narrows, R. F. D .No. 2. 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. F. D.'No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. Convenes First Monday In every month. Mrs. I. S. Mnson, S. S. O. C, Secrofary-Treasure- r. and R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. Examinations. For Common School Diplomas Fourth Friday and Saturday In Jan-nnrand Second Friday and Saturday in May. To be held In Fords-vlllBeaver Dam and Hartford, For Teachers' Certificates Third Friday and Saturday in May, Juno Except notice is and September. given to the contrary the latter examinations will be held In Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS R. F. Keown, Tax Commldslonei" Fordsvillo. Kiirvcvnr f! . Ft. Mnxlfiv. Fordsvillo ., ...... -Convenes y, e, "t can't upplyyou.aendhitnsni monial FKITS VERMIFUGE ,, can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and hsppy. JOctbottleatyourdniiciit'aor enesal afore; or il your cUtler a ad 30c in atanipa and we'U and you butt la promptly. L a S. FKY. Bsltosrc. HI uous use is tba best testi- ri BMaalaaMkH WILL YOU. TAKE OUR A quick relit I for that tired, run down feellne. coufbs, palps In cbeit. night sweats, heraor-rhiteII it data weak lunes or consumption. not help you il casta you nolblod. a) lock box ete OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUS Af V-VER- GERMINAL REMEDY A Treilirenl for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION FOR. ONE MONTH i, a USE LI For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation., i .,. ZjV-Ve- & 0 mombors linvo boon grown successfully in many localities whero regular commercial varieties failed because ? of wilt. Although these varieties aro 1 In tlntflrmlnn tllf lllsllPflt linns nf flirt lirml tra tmlniv nan.t In -- ..... ux "' nb UBCit IV not Immuno, thoy possess enough rew.111 uiui nj yielding variety of corn for that sec- - Improve the saddlo horses on" the ' sistance to insure n good crop it othHglu er conditions are favorable. A few t(pn or ino aiaie, six. uiyiur tuuiuj- - juiibu. uaeu on me native farmers aro cooperating with the Col- - mares thoy produce a usoful animal reports of failure havo been received, " . jego of Agriculture extension division that satisfies the ranchers' demands. but the real cause In all such cases' InAf (Itn QnuMiiifnalniiH I .. . .liiAttnff nnpn vnrtnfv trtata Tvnlt bacterial vestigated was root-kno- t, County Agent J. L. Miller says. Ten and Fat Stock. Show, held at Forti wilt, or blight. It therefore seems varieties aro btlng tested by each of Worth, Tox., March 11 to 18, this wise to urge the 'general Introducjyear, there was a particularly good tion of these and other Iho fanners. show of the brefid. Sixteen horspu varieties wherever Fusarluni wilt Is " crops nro attracting lively were exhibited and thero was a strong prevalent, says the department. Legume among Breathitt county c'as of aged stallions. Red Oak 3 years' work already acinterest From the according to County Agent 2i wa the best aged stallion and complished It: seems that these va'champion Morgan. This horse, slr-.- .. of them It. V. Trosper. Thirty-fiv- e rieties will have to bo tested repeat..,nUrr,ifT onviinnna nnr! 8wpot rln. cd by General Gates was develnnetl edly to determine which Is best . nt the United States Morgan Horse adapted to' tho local needs and conyer Farm at Mlddlebury, Vt. The Mor- - ditions of any community; but this Is were PInced ,jy one 1 l" b'est true of varieties of any other crop, It ' Orchard demonstrations being ton-'fnknown horso J"dses ,n the country, Is pointed out. . In some gardens the by Livingston county farmers ducted who described the champion as one of resistant tomatoes were free from who arc cooperating with the College blossom-en- d rot and In no case reAgriculture extension division are ll,e flnest horBM ho l,ad evor 8een- of th e"rt8 f, tbe ported did they suffer more from fnccompllshlnK'-mucIn showing Sta,es Department of Agrlcul-valu- e this disease than the varieties forrrs In this section of the State the ,n ""Proving tbe Morgan and In merly grown. prac-,tuof recommended orchard a renewal of Interest In llces, County Agent L. C. Pace .B.'stlraulatlns American 9 breed,' good - thls useful Vlcksuurg Division The demonstrators have just nppll- breeding specimens are now In round An agent's life Is full of queer exrd the fourth spray to their orchards, n,an" narla ot " country. In order periences. Agent A. M. Mallory of Th" trees In all cases are remarkably bta'n "tn,0 remounts for the Cloveland, Miss, .recently wrote sevXruo of insects and diseases, he added, j10 sorvlco the Army has placed Mor- - eral letters to Thomas E. Ogden, neBan stallions In Kansas, Missouri, gro, requesting payment of an undercSlx thousand Barred Plymouth baby' Montana, Nebraska, and Texas. A harge-. Eventually this reply shownock hatching eggs and 500 w "e owned privately In Illinois, ed up: chicks were distributed to McCrcary l"-crln- g " "" "Dear Sir: Becelved your letter county farmers this spring in furth.' hol( ot the breed remains In New as per other side. In reply to same poultry standardization the campaign being conducted over the England, particularly 'In Vermont, I beg to state.: " was tlrst developed. "I owcyou six and olghty-fou- r; state by the College of Agriculture, ,wh B.-I would love to pay It somehow, According to County Agent .W. ' It will cost less for a farmer to But i haven't any money; Woodward. helo a nelchbor rid his fields of So you see I can't do It now. chinch bugs than to combat them Junior agricultural club members uiiuseu wuun mej vrusa ma iiiuyuiij "If Ihave luck In making cotton, , in Lewis county are giving plajs and, gtatcs D Why, I'll gladly pay It this tall, s- "lean. or a ice cream suppe AsrlcuUuTC, Wheat fleUls de. But I'm damn 'frald tbe boll weevil money with which to send a dele- iate to Junior Week to b held Juno "lo"n Infestation should be spray- - Won't allow mo to pay it at all. of 3rl' June- - and coop- "You may oblgo me by being as19 to 24 at the College ot AgrlcuL ornHnn lining. sured that I shall make this remlt-tanture at Lexington for farm boys and at my earliest possible date, jjlrls of the State, County Agent B. Complete' eradication of pigeon lice probably In this Inst.". (I. C. MagaO. Bate. says. is posslbe in' one treatment It direc- zine.) T Sulphur Dusted On Clothing Prevents tions furnished, by the United States Department of Agriculturo aro folIn central and eastern districts the Chlgger Attiivks. IKCOBEOBATED nnro days In June and July and lowed. The pigeons should be dip- warm weather and abundant mois"May were generally August tempt nature lovers Into ped In a solution of sodium fluorld ture of middle soapy water, and afterwards nev- favorable for farm work, says the woods and fields and by the sides of and Stray Weather Bureau, United States DeFrequently they er allowed' their freedom. babbling brooks. pigeons must no't get Into tho flock. partment of Agriculture, Plowing and return to undergo soveral days ot seeding have made good progress and icute torment due to attacks by chlgBird Befuges" Is the ti- germination is satisfactory. The sea"National gers, tho tiny mites whose larvae atmost recent motion-pictur- e son Is late in the far Northwest. tach themselves to the skin In any ex- tle of the release ot the U. S. Department of Much land Is flooded in tho lower posed spot. Agriculture. Attention Is drawn to Mississippi Valley so that planting Tho Bureau of Entomology of trie tensity, its fluctuations being pro- how long to roast a turkey. He vr t administer- will be deterred. Floods have also Tim? TO ENGLAND AWAITS Department of Agricul- the Federal regulations 1'nlted States LIVE-STOCJUDGES duced by tho vibration ot a dia- considerably annoyed. This time, ed by the Biological Survey against occurred in Texas and northwestern BOY ture has made a careful study of the disturbing phragm by sound waves. Atthe re- however, ho had a brilliant Inspirathe birds or their eggs Minnesota. Boads improved wherevhabits of chlggers and methods of In the national refuges. er the precipitation was light or modThe Maryland team of agricultural ceiving end the beam of light was tion. recontrol, and suggest two ways of "Madam, I smell your beans burnerate. Mountain roads are being op- club boys who, in competition with concntrated upon a cell containing ducing tho discomfort caused by chlg-fier- s. Suggested For ened In the northern Bockles. similar teams from other States, won selenium tho electrical conductivity ing," ho shouted suddenly into tho Control Method tho grand prize of a trip to Europe, ot which varies in accordance with telephone. Cheexe Or Hum Skipper. The first step Is to clothe tho feet Whereupon two very much alarmjudging contest at tho amount of light to which it is ex- -' k in the Because of damage by insects, and ankles properly when going Into Fair held at Atlan posed. Tift cell, In turn, controlled' ed ladies immediately rushed offf skipper, about $1,the Southeastern FOR FLETCHER'S the woods whero chlggers aro likely chiefly the ham meat Is "annually ta, nenreia. last October, will sail a current running to a telephone re- kifchenwards, and tho man had tho 000,000 worth of d to occur by wearing heavy diaphragm and transformed wire to himself. Inspectors. from New York for England, June ceiver boots Instead of low7 shoes, thick condemned by Federal light waVes into electric waves . 14. on theCarmania, arriving in Liv the Much greater damage in proportion stockings or even spiral puttees. The MUST HAVE BEEN IN THE ARMY Sh! He always was a bad egg, but erpool about June 22. and then Into sound waves. meat nandled unsecond method is to apply repellents to the value ot nobody seemed to notice it while he or ThB team, which Is composed by skippers, which olther directly on tho skin or on the doubtedly is done School Director (to tea'cher) We Incident in the telegraph departwas rich. Warren Bice, 17, of Sylmar, Joseph was start are the larvae ot tho skipper fly, in hose and undergarments before thinkin' o' puttin' up a nice mot- ment, as relayed by A. A. F.: He Yes, he was all right until he ninrkpn. 15. of Blslng Sun. and ueo. where ing out for a "hike" 'or a picnic small abattoirs and on farmsgenerat was broke. your desk to encourage the Telegram (as filed by sender,): .Wnrrilow. 16 of North East, was to over ordinarily us- - sanitary precautions are not Flowers of sulphur is What do you say? How "To Jack Johnson, Johnsonville t coopera children. trained by W. C. Snarr ot the so tnorougu as in mo large meai-- a Camp car on 96 tomorrow. John. ed for this purpose A hot bath with- ly "Hero's ray bill," said Dr. Taylor, tive extension service of the unueu would "Knowledge is Wealth" do? . thick lather ot soap taken Irame- packing establishments. Teacher That wouldn't do at (all. Henry." , dentist. "Wish you would pay down States Department ot ' Agriculture according to the Bureau This loss, lately after) returning from an outTelegram (as received by ham opThe children know how small my sal$100. and then $25 per week." University of Maryland. and tho ing often kills chlgger larvae on of Entomology of the United States ary is. erator) : "Sounds like buying an automomust All the competitors in the contest ot Agriculture, Department .tUeb0lly patient. 'To Jack Johnson, Johnsonville bile," said the Judge three rings preventive were required to Exuberant Young Man (at wedding Call P C Carr on K P tomorrow., John Palliatives such as sulphur olnt- - largely be controlled by "I am," replied Dr. Taylor. Charl- nf dairy cattle, three ot beef cattle, In gue3t) What's the Henry." to dismal-lookin- g ment, alcohol, amonla, cooking soda, measures. Tho larvao hibernate Courier. j a eston News and two of sheep, and four of swine. or camphor are of use chiefly because cold temperatures .and it takes n, matter? Haven't you kissed the The boys will be accompanied on, brlde'yet? ac- - high temperature to kill them. Natu-tloV The Bureau ot Public Roads, Unit"You did!" he charged. of their acaricfaVor edithe European trip by C. A. Cobb, antiseptic ral insect enemies, which are useful denied. "I did not!" she or because of their Dismal Guest Not lateiy.-do- n -- Lon- ed States Department ot Agriculture, su- -l tor of 'the Southern Buraltst and the control of some harmful ln- "You did)" he repeated. has received as surplus war material , in quality, or for both reasons. Answers. perlntendent ot tho fair's contest anu sects, are ot llttlo or no use In on- flung hack. n 780 caterpillar tractors and "I did not!" she cooperative 200 tractors. They are located "Well," said hubby, "ono of us by representatives of the MASCULINE GBAFT Devise Tests To Detect He- - trolling the ham skipper because most Chwnlsts of those' which attnek tho skipper are two Is a very capable liar. But there nvtanclnn flnrvice. at Camp Lewis, Wash., and the Erlo ninde Milk. After attending tho 81st Annual uso of remade milk pests In themselves, is ono thing which prevents me from Tho male subscriber had mado his- Proving Grounds, In Ohio. DistribuThe Increased Agricultural Exhibition of tho Boyal Fine wlro screens, having at least saying which one." .and creamthat Is. milk and cream Cambridge, third attempt to use the party wlro, tion to the States will be completed retorted Society of 'England at "Modesty, I presume," powdered or condensed 30 moshea to the Inch, should bo and had again found himself intrud- this month and all should be In uso made from " during the first week in July, the ing on an extended argument about In June. butter has ed whore cured meats aro stored, wife. And ho gave up, beaten. and swdet-crcaparty will vlsU some of the famous by Booms infested with skippers can bo necessary some method mado gas hydrocyanic-aci- d "Does yo' take this woman for thy herds of live stock in ungmnu which they may bo distinguished fumigated with by lawfully wedded wife?" asked the jscotlandltrom which many noted anl-- ( from tho natural, products'. Such a according to directions furnished Ag-. . . .... ."? i..-nt im TTnftPii States Donartment of - colored parsqn, glancing at the dimin- .mala in this country nuvs lesi nas uoen ueviaeu u .i.,ufc Ac- bride on the Samaria arriving in nf rlculturo. TCooms In which .cured. utive, watery-eyei. it...... 27. de- - meats are 'hung should have cement groom, who stsod beside 210 pounds New York about July rlculture. and it Is now possible to , light-colorwalls, either of feminine assurance. 10 per cent ot remade floors and tect as little ns ENCOURAGEMENT whitewashed, "Ah takes nothln," gloomily remilk in a mlsturo with natural pas- - plastered, painted or the skippers It this ex"Ah's boln Chemistry Professor sponded the bridegroom. milk powder has so that hiding places for tourlzed milk. It years w2 used Black-Draug- ht in our family, periment Is not successful, it will tooked." Legion Weekly. been used In making the mlxturo, the will be eliminated, skipper entire laboratory sky D and I have never found any medicine that could take its D blow us and tho Tho ontlro life cycle of the amount that can be detected will de- place." writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta- Borem Hello! What's your rush? high. So come closer now, boys, that during warm pond on tho degree of heat used In Is completed In 12 days cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black- I wnnt to catch tho 5:40 2 genera- - . Subbus mo. vau may follow summer weather, so that 4U manufacture. Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house- - m -- iii w may bo expected. In train, Tho test for both milk and cream tlons a month hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- t Borem But you'vo got half an HORSE IS MELANCHOLY observation is based upon the color produced Ono ham kept under vent them from developing Into serious troubles. . OVER DEATH OF MATE production hour. when the wushed curd made from there was a. total recorded Subbus That'ajruo but I have to a period of skippers during them Is dissolved In sodium hydrox- of 52,627 count on being held up on nfy way to Mlddloport, O., Juno 3, Ed, aged "ide Whou this' cutd solution has 18 months, and a loss In tho weight tho station by three or four chumps Polly. 30, Is dead. 4 ounces, 31, Is grieving. of ff pounds, . stood for several hours u character- - of tho ham my rush, constituted the team Ed largely duo to tho feeding- - ot the who want to know- what's lstlc yellow color develops In the grocery of horses used by a local sample's taken from remado inllk and skippers. - Flapper Oh. Isn't ho Just a wonBLACK-DRAUGHIn recent years. firm twenty-fiv- e cream or mixtures containing them; derful pitcher? Ho hits tho bat ev- yoars tho horses wore driven sepaWllt-B- c samples ot the natural products or Efforts Made to Introduce ery time. Chicago Tribune, rately, ono In the morning and tho sW"t Tomatoes. . "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy only slight mixtures "dp not show It. other in the afternoon. No one knew H declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a Most ot tho work with MAIL MOVKMENT Bemade'mllk and cream are whole- owner. except their South, whero them zt cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our foods It made t property from ant tomatoes in tho necolpts. ot fifty leading poBtottloes It has saved us many should bo sold Fusarlum wilt Is prevalent, has been good, natural milk, but J family if it wasn't for Black-DraugSPEECH Is be- now aro nearly twice as big as In HELL TRANSMITTED I don't see how any family can hardly go with- - D D dollars for what they are, and this test makes successful, and further effort WITHOUT WIRES IN 180 States Do, 1913. Tho gain is a tenth over a D out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep D lt possible for food officials to de- - Ing made by the United ... year ago but a trifle under two yars paruuuy i m b.uu,IU)0 highly and am in the house. I recommend Black-Draug- ht tfirmino whether or not tho consumer, Alexander Graham Bell, Inventor Q never without it" cooneration with State agricultural ago. Stamp sales reflect parcel post .is being deceived. 1880 established to shipments and lotter campaigns for of the telophono, in SS SS colleces through county agentsAt all druggists. his claim to recognition as a pioneer HorHBjncrciu. improve the varieties of tomatoes business. Popularity of Mown ' "wireless" enthusiast. He succeeded grown and Introduce the wlltlesa ing In Southwest. . midnight, In transmitting spoech, without tho Two met on 'tho brldgo at ot it superiority in oc rletles into new communities, uso ot wires, over a dUtcnco of, some I.M tivltyf hardiness, and stamina, the' All tho 5 resistant varieties. Mar. Nover to meet again .a 200 yards. His method was to Increasing in jopu- - vel. Norton. Columbia, Arlington, and I tin WHS U buuuiuuuuu juiici mum, Morgan horso is beam ot light varying In In- boys' and girls clhb The other a northbound train. larity In tho Southwest whero stal- - Norduke, sent to FARM DEPARTMENT. -- r GALLON US wllt-reslsta- nt ' - re are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ' Iw. BLANH DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. If J J You have something to SELL. or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' cs Hartford Printing Company hartford; K KENTUCKY Ohil&ren Cry live-stoc- high-toppe- CAST OR A mlte-UUU- 10-to- us--m- m o.... tu" ro...'nt ., aaDaUflDDDDDDDRDDaDDDaDODinn d, bow-legg- ed -- -- - d Colds 6c Headache g B S "Fr . fl n g j fl p S g g and-Poll- y THEDFORD'S T S g j B B B Q ..., - ... h S p p ht. g ! Accept No Imitations po-duco- BBflflBflBBBflflBBIflflBBflflflflflflBB 1 VJ6s STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuko.) snya slnoe Ed lins and hoeing her aanleu ho has called (or and' used ip avory thing on tho place, not In uo, (or sweat-rag- s. Mrs- - Barrnss g Swa hand-plowin- To Users Of Gasoline and Motor Oils YouVe too much at stake in your motor equipment to be "spoofed" by mere claims about this or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil. technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant. But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b-y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g It we'waro a bootlegger and wanted to auange our occupation, or periapt bettor, professfi)n, we would Jcara to be n brick mason, ns the nonpy they get Is picked up, not In Ttolntloii of the criminal code. BUT Schnpmln.', who has been hav- ing trouble with his spine, or as wo generally say "down with his back" tiincct early spring, stands no chance Cor recovery so that one may notlco 3t untlt Missus Schapmlre and tho &oys get'thc garden finally lald-by. Alfjert Cox was In town Monday, office. We received direct Informa-aoat vile threats he has been making against us and I. D. Claire. Wo carried a baseball bat with us every time, we left tho office Monday, not as a weapon of offense but simply for JJ.it. Nail has been trying to get Ed Bureaus to put on the Tuesday night shows again. That Is tlie regular satiating night for the Knights of Eytufas and Bat used to camouflage BIIssus Nail by making her believe Hiat he Just must go to the lodge and .Then once he got to town it was an jasy matter to sneak into the picture snow. don't know from whence he came or ihltuer he went, but he avoided this u. buy-wor- Speaking of camouflage reminds us al the case of Howard Ellis some frcoks ago. Wo needed Howard at a wstifon of a certain lodgo In town jius. night, and not being able to locate him wo called his residence, ilfssus Ellis told us that Howard had been talking about wanting to hear certain Lawyer deliver his speech iju a case on trial nt that time, and '.fiat she suspected that we would We find him at tho Courthouse. 'iappeued to know that the said lawyer had made his speech before Court adjourned that afternoon and so told Mrs. Ellis. "Well," ft" say?, "I believe that I also heard aim say something about wanting to gu to the Chapter meeting and I am almost certain that you will find aim at tho hall." Wo wore talking .Bier the phono in tho 'Lodge Hall, Jut had gotten our bearings on How-sr&'- s. case by this time and simply tftanUed Mrs. Ellis with the remark jnat we would try to find him there. Thus, In order to shield a fellow deceiver we Tnt our a'lil by doing Hke-irfs- e and added another sin to the Song list in the category of record (gainst us. , They know the dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back of them. They know that if there were a ter gasoline than New Crown or a better motor oil than Polarine, the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aintno sich animal," no matter who says there is. So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown You can't" "spoof" the big users. Gasoline that it is universally called "The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by the U. S. Government. V New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) in its own refinery at Louisville, from vhich you get it fresh at all times a firm that for 36 years has been a vital part of the business activities of the state of Kentucky people. and the economical life of its Don't be "Spooied-B- uy 1 ? the "Always Reliable' . f back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and satisfaction. And buy them from these, your own home dealers: CROWN GASOLINE AND POLARINE DEALERS IN HARTFORD, REAVER DAM, mid VICINITY. Standard Oil Products New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, fn somo manner, had gotten Ed to cut somo weeds end oth-s- r vegetation in her Garden one day iistvweek. Of courso Ed was more than anxious to obliterate everything lhar. dld-n- ot look like peas, beans and Atera. After ho had run his ip to about 120 f. h. and Sad gotten through, to his chagrin, ce discovered that ho had mown down Ho went bed of horse radl&h. into the house and made confession xr Missus Bairass, who had him go right, back and dig up tho roots so iliiat she might prepare and can It in order to prevent possible less. Bar-Tas- s, affr Jigging a bushel end a Jmlf lugged it in. An examination toy Mrs. Barrass revealed tho fact that l was nothing In tho world but common dock, and good for nothing. What Ed said wo dare not print here, wither do wo wish to think much jfinut It. Ho was already hot-u- p and with the discovory nothing could i?y the safety valvo from blowing ulT Don't speak of this In Ed's presence, It's not safe. Mrs.-Barrasre ACTON IJROS., Hartford, Ky. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, Hartford, Ky. REAVER DAM COAL CO., McHenry, Ky. O. 1 PHELPS, McHenry, Ky. RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky. t '4, S'.V J. F. CASEIJIER & SON, RenVcr Dnm, Ky. BKAVER DAM AUTO CO., Heater Dam, ICy. CHAS. PETERS & IJRO., Reaver Dam, Ky. R. I. SWAIN, Jlockport, Ky. HICKS & RURGHER, Kchol.s, Ky. H LLIE ELLIOTT, Cool Spring, Ky. iViitV'W f-- " 'va .t"J:VA CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky. S. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Ccntei town, Ky. , JOE J. SHULTZ, Wysov, Ky.. ARTHUR T. ILER, Rockport, ICy. FRANK EVEHLY, Centvrtown, Ky. V. A. S WAYNE, Prentiss, Ky. . POLARINE DEALERS ASSN., , INDUSTRIAL R. 1 DAUGHERTY, Raletowi, Ky. MtHenry, CKNTKKTOWN LIGHT CO., Ccntertown, Ky. URAVEH DAM COAL CO., Taylor Sillies, Ky. r K. ; i ,m it. ( .vstl-- : n V.'.. 'vxr - 'i:.'"" 'ClTOTi ' &.. sBb 4 - .i-- 7 X !.y, - w SULPHUR SPRINGS t i i,niif;7i WjV irjC ' l Mrs. Lida Iieun, of near this place, ifed Monday afternoon, of compllca-iom- s Incident to old ago. Funeral Vernon itTviceB were held nt Mt. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, after fflifpfi tho remains wero burled In tho XU Vornon comotery. Mrs, Bean, as a good' ChrUtlun woman and ved by all who know her. Her hus-i4qMr. W. F Benn, precoded her i' ilm grave only a fow weeks, hav-Iv- g iHqiI the lattor part of April. Mr-- William Howard and family, of Ind.. who have boon visit-Ih- c Mr. Howaid's pmonts, Mr. and Mr-- . J. A. Howard, of Concord, for neverul days, departed for their homo through In iw Sunday. They drovo Is Another car. Mr. Howard their Ohio county boy who seems to ho milking good" in tho Whooslor some of you agents como outand Statu.. Murphy of near Jingo, Bull lilm a car and pay mo a commisMr. Harlan Das been talking and threatening to sion for putting you wlso? fluko McFIuko undertook to get buy uu automobile for two yoars but not bought yet. Why dou't funny in Streaks some weeks ago and 3as 1, Vlnc-enee, kit The Perfect Motor Fuel thing else, but we ft troversy that was carried, through the Kentucky Legislature and has since and animals and got it all mixed up gono tho Rounds of the Press relative so you could not tell where he was to Evolution. Now we don't know at all, which reminds one of the con what Fluke's idea of Evolution is or uu usual made a mess of it. Ho started in to make comparison with men it he has nn Idea about that or do know any- - that his faster for the next ten thousand years walks, and talks, and even his looks than they have In the last or they are all Eloquent pleas for tho Dar- - will novor be able to get all of the win theory of Evolution. Do that as 'monkey out of Fluke. it may, they will have to ovoluto