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The Hartford republican: June 16, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922061601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 16, 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. A The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV REPUBLICANS MEET IN LOUISVILLE Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER 51. WON BY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, tlons. Sheriff H. O. Gray and Alfred Sellgman, the two Republican members of the Jefferson County Election Commission, a majority, have announced that they would not recognize any appointments of Democratic registration clerks fof tho coming registration unless they were? bona fide voters In tho precincts In which they are named. Oeorgo Ewald, the Democratic member, refused to sign Hie ultimatum Issued by the Republican members, saying ho took a different view of tho new law. Tho redisricting of the county and city into new ward and precinct boundaries under the direction of Judge Tincher Is already In tho courts nnd the appointment by the Democratic organization of registration clerks, nonresidents of certain precincts It Is said Is sure to follow with further court proceedings. The cause for this, according to was organization, tho Democratic brought about for the reason that the Redisricting Commltee made ridiculously small precincts where there wn's n big negro vote and in many of them there are no Democrats available to serve either as registration clerks or election officers. Is Tho legal question Involved whether a registration Is an election, which under the Constitution requires that nn officer of election must reside in tho precinct where he votes. Another question involved and which the Republican members of tlie the Invites Election gommlsslon Democrats to carry to the courts Is that In which tho new registration from law prohibit san officeholder serving as a clerk and also disqualifies a registration clerk from holding or being appointed to a public ofllco within a year from the time of his serving as such registration clerk. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1922. Manager Everly's boys will tako a whang at the Beaver Dam Busters Sunday. WARD DEMPSEY FIRST SCHOOL FOR Fifty-fou- r OHIO COUNTIANS IN TEACHERS OPENS UNIVERSITY OF KY. r i i The marriage of Miss Agnes Ward, Centertown, and Mr. Leon F. Demp- - Has Right Of Reassessment The first Ohio County Teachers' "Mr. Byron V. Williams, who has ;sey, McHenry, was solemnized at Ow-- ! Of Counties, Circuit Training School opened Monday Just completed his Junior year In the ensboro, Monday, by Judge Roy L. Judge Rules " The bride's brother, morning at the Hartford High School. college of Civil Engineering at the JMcFarland. Rev. Frazler conducted devotional University of Kentucky, is expected Mr. Chester Ward and Mrs. Ward, exercises, nfter which home this week. In winding up the were the only attendants. Lexington, Ky., June 14 Mrs. Dempsey Is the daughter of Circuit Leach and Shultz delivered en- years' work Byron has made a reDiscussion Louisville, June 14. couraging and beneficial talks. Miss cord that Is equaled by few, having Mr. Joseph B. Ward and is a very Judge R. C. Stoll handed down a deo( tho new registration law and canMary Marks, in her most able and made the highest grade obtainable popular young woman, while Mr. cision tonight shortly after 9 o'clock didates for Congress In several Kenattractive manner, welcomed the In every class with the exception of Dempsey is a popular and Industrious In the agreed suit filed by attorneys engrossed tho meettucky districts for Fayette county and the state tar teachers to tho school and town. Mrs. one. He was recently pledged and young man. Central ing of tho Republican State commission, holding that the commis0. C. Martin assisted in the opening Initiated Into Tau Beta PI, an honwhich convened In the ReComtnltteo sion had the power to order and make j services by singing a special song. orary engineerjng fraternity. Tha HANDWORK CLASS publican Uulldlng at 1:30 o'clock this FOR CHILDREN reassessment of the county's properProf. T. F. Ellis, of Huntington W. pledging Is done In order of the Many women members afternoon. ty. Va., who will have charg of the standing of the respective students, of tho committee wero present when Beginning Monday, June 19th, Mrs. While FayvfM county thu3 loses introduced himself in a quaint and he was the second man to b Inschool, tho mooting was called to order, pledged, having the second highest Ellis will conduct dally at eleven the first step in the lecal flcht and original manner. Langley, vice cluding Mrs. John W. Fifty-fou- r teachers .and students standing for three years work In the o'clock a. m., a class In handwork for against the state tax commission of Plkovlllo; Miss Grace chairman, have enrolled for the course. Many entire College and the highest for his children between the ages of six and and Its alleged arbitrary powers, Huntsman, Thrld District; Miss more aro expected to enroll before class. In addition to being a bril- fourteen years. AH who wish to Join certain restrictions wero placed on Nannie J. Wathen, Fourth District; liant student he Is one of the best this class must send their names to tho commission by Judge Stoll. It the time lapses. Mrs. Samuel J. Roberts, Lexington, faculty will be composed of liked "men In school. He holds of- Mrs. Ellis by Monday morning, as the was ruled that the commission could The Eighth District, and Miss Minnie Prof. Ellis, assisted by his wife, an1 fices in the U. of K. chapter of the class will be limited to twenty. A not make a reassessment which would Murphy, Williamsburg. Eleventh Dise cents will bo total a greater amount than the oriel Prof. Oscar Shults. Prof .and Mrs. A. A. of E., and In the Men's Dormi- fee of twenty-fiv' trict. charged for this class to cover cost nal Increase ordered by the commis Ellis come to us highly recommend tory Council. The Republican Joins part in Other members who took sion; nnd, that any cost which may ed as teachers and trainers of mark- the many friends of Mr. Williams in of material. Huntho mooting wero Robert W. to accrue from making the reassessment Every evening from ed ability. Prof. Shults needs- no extending to him the heartiest conLllburn ter, Providence, chairman; seven-thirt- y there will be a "Twilight must be borne by the commission, as Introduction, as his ability Is well gratulations on his good work. Phelps, Louisville--, secretary; T. N. Story Hour" to which all from six to It could not contract any obligation t. known to all the teachers and eduW. Hazellpp, First District; Ed cators of the county. Supt. Mason Miss Martha Pate, daughter of Mr. sixty are Invited. At this hour there on behalf of the county. It Is also reSeventh District; Clayton S. plays and quested that should the commission be congratulated in her selection and Mrs. A. E. Pate, of Hartford, will be songs, stories, D. lso Curd, Greenville, Third DlstVct; they are well quali- has Just completed hor sophomore games which may be of Interest to all. make reassessment, It must notify of Instructors, for CharO! Uurke, Fourth District, and year In the Department of Home People from adjoining towns and the every taxpayer In the couuty of an fied for the work. les Flnloy, Williamsburg, Eleventh Twenty-tw- o schools open- Economics at tho University of Ken- County are requested to Join both of Increase which, may be made In tho similar District. value of his property and the date Miss Pato, through no effort these groups. ed In other counties of the state tucky. Chesley H. Searcy, Republican Naand place, where the taxpayer may morning. Is estimated of he. own, has placed Hartford and Monday It was not presJUNE NUPTIALS TIEp BY JUDGE make a protest against an lncreasein tional Committeeman, memthat before the month of June Is ov- Ohio county on the map. She was ent, nor was J. Mntt Chilton, his assessment, must be provided by er that there will be sixty six such chosen 13 one, of tho aix most at; June weddings have been few this the commission. ber of tho committee from the Fifth schools In the state. More than one tractive .md jiopular girls In the Un- year, Mr. but when, they do come you District. Doth Mr. Searcy and The decision was handed down She was in the hundred and eighty teachers will be iversity lat fall. can't beat the Honorable Judge Wed- after discussion between attorneys Chilton wero said to be out of the employed and more than four thous- cast ot the first student opera proding for brevity and speed, when it for the county and the commission, city. and teachers will bo enrolled for the duction, Mikado, which was produced comes to tlelng Ihe knot. Mr. d Congressman John W. Langley, which lasted throughout the after by the students twice on the campus course. District, was at the meeting. Sampley and Miss Edna. M. noon. Tenth The expense of maintaining the and lri several adjoining cities durat the meeting MRS. JAMES II. PATTON of Echols stood before It was said by those bofne Jointly by the state ing this winter months. Sho vas al- Minton both DIES AT HER HOME HERE school Is Monday In the court house U. OF K. HONORS that Mr. Langley will have no forcounty, with the state bearing the so chosen as a sponsor In the cadet the Judge and sent on a long life of hapmidable opposition from Republican JUDGE BINGHAM This training batalllon, and wa- -, frowned Queen of and were Mrs. Lucy Patton, wife of Mr. brunt of the burden. piness In less time than It takes to this fall. ranks Many the 'May In the May Day exercles, ' says that Juno died at their home Is given free to the teachers. James H. Patton, tell about It. History Sncdgcr In Race. Lexington, Ky., June 14 Degrees Monday evening new enrollments are expected within heldiast. month. She is a member weddings stand the.acid test and outwere conferred on 215 graduates! tho Speaking of tho announced candi- on Mulberry Street, school of tho Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. days. High next few weddings. We Join largest class 11 o'clock, after a lingering Illness the in the history of the dates for Congress, Mr. Phelps said at stomach trouble. Sho was a credit will be given those high school Miss Pate's beauty and talent has wear all other the Judge in wishing for this couple Institution, at the fifty-fift- h Morgantown was of annual that W. O. Moats of John Coleman students who desire to take this sum- won her these honors and the regard all that a June wedding should be. daughter of the late commencement of the University of the only candidate for tho nomination and Sallle (Dennett) Coleman. She mer work. and friendship of the student body Kentucky, this morning when Dr. EdIn tho Third District who had been and most especially the regard of the FORDSVILLE GIRL spent a large portion D. Slosson, editor and scientist making a canvass up to tho present. was born, and Western Kentucky students, being GRADUATES MISS PALMER RECEIVES DIPLOMA win Nocreek community. In of Washington, pointed the students Trumbo Snedger of Owlngsville, has of her life the1870, she was united among the first Western Kentucky announced for Congress for the Re- On October 27, to the future and urged them to bulid' Louisville, Ky., June 16. Miss girls to be given slgn'al honor in the who was Louisville, JCy., June 16. Miss publican nomination In the Ninth Dis- In marriage to Mr. Patton, neighborhood at Beulah Cole Palmer of McHenry, Ky'., gallery of Kentucky beauties. Johnson, of Fordsvllle, their lives on prophecy and foresight. Emma Lucille trict. He probably will have no op- magistrate of that twenty-fiv-e The honorary degree of Doctor of or will receive her diploma as Superviwill receive her diploma as Superposition. J. S. Robinson, Congress- that time. About Mr. Marshal Barnes, of Btaver visor of Public School Music' and Laws was conferred upon Judge Robago, they sold their farm sor of Public School Music and Art man from the Eleventh District, will thirty years Hartford, where they at the commencement exercises of Dam, is another Ohio County boy, Art at the commencement exercises ert Worth Bingham of Louisville, havo no opposition from the Republi- and moved to and making good In leaps and of the Louisville Conservatory of owner of the Courier-Journhave since resided. Mrs. Patton had tho Louisville Conservatory of Mus- who Is cans, It also was announced. bounds at the University. He has Music to be held in Shubert's) Theatre Louisville Times and sponsor of the been a member of the Mt. Hermon ic to be held In Shubert's Theatre In the Eighth District It Is said burley tobacco marketJust completed his sophomore year In here Monday night, (June 19.) many years, hero Monday night, (June 19th.) friends of former Congressman King Methodist Church for ing movement in Kentucky, for his While a student In the Public the law college. Mr. Barnes was While a student In the Public and was a devoted christian, wife and Swopo arq beseeching him to offer of the among those chosen this past year by School Music Department of the work "toward the social and IndusHad sho lived until today, School Music Department C. G. Jeffries of mother. for renomlnatlon. years of age. Conservatory Miss Palmer obtained Phi Alpha Delta, honorary law fra- Conservatory Miss Johnson obtained trial progress of Kentucky," nnd on Columbia, Adair County, popularly she would havo been 69 Dr. Slosson "for his Interpretation to memberpractical experience in the public In addition to her husband, Mrs. practical experience in the public ternity, to be elected known as "Cussing Giis" is running of modern science." recently been Initiated daughters: schools of Louisville. Her gradua- ship. He has schools of Louisville. Her graduaas an Independent for Congress In Patton Is survived by two L Into this Important profession into the Mystic Thirteen, an honorary tion into this important profession Anna J. tion ' tho Eighth. Jeffries ran as van in Mesdames W. II. Darnes and organization composed of Juniors of comes at an auspicious time since CHARGE GRAFT BY Dennett, two grandchildren, J. Glenn comes at an auspicious time since an dependent for County Judgo last FEDERAL OFFICERS act of the recent legislature made all tho colleges. He has twice won an act of the recent legislature made and succeeded In winning and Barnes and Charles Ross Bennett, Jr., music a part of tho curriculum of all" his class numerals In basketball and music a part of the curriculum of all city. Is said to be making an Ideal county all of whom reside In this Atlanta, Ga., June 14. A grand has been on his class baseball team public schools In the state. re- public schools in the state. In compliance to Mrs. Patton's . officer. Jury Investigation into complaints of Diplomas are to be presented to each year. Mr. Barnes stands well quest, only a simple funeral service Diplomas are to be presented to If the Republicans do not make a Georgia" and asgraduates of the at the head of his class both in of fifty-tw- o graduates of the Federal employes In nomination for Congress In this dis- was held at the graveside. Inter- a class departments of tho Conser- scolastlc and athletic prowess and a class of fifty-tw- o pirants to Fede-- al offices that moncemetory. Mr. various various departments of the Conservatrict It Is probable they will Instruct ment was In Oakwood well deserves the honors given him. tory by Frederick A. Cowles, Direc ey was being required of them In red, vatory by Frederic A. Cowles, Direcvoters to support Jeffries, al-t- W. C. Ashley and Mrs. Dudley their was turn for their appointments former neighbors of Mrs. tor. tor. under the State election law, ho started here today District Attorney Mr. Manning Bennett, of Narrows, will have to run under an emblem Patton, sang a touching duot, grayClint W. Hagor said the investigation Mr. Glenn Tinsley of Hartford, and CLAYHOLE MURDER er was offered by hor pastor, Rev. PICKED AND SOLD 300 of his own choosing. Mr. Howard Glenn, recently of HartTRIAL TO PROCEED was ordered by the Department of RusGALLONS OF CHERRIES It Is probable that the Republicans T. T. Frazler, benediction, Rev, Justice at Washington. ford but now of Terre Haute, Ind. are of tho Third Appellate Court Dis- sell Walker, pastor of the Hartford wero More than fifty witnesses graduating frbm the University. this Catlettsburg, Ky., June 13. Op During the week beginning May trict when they meet at Lebanon Baptist Church. The Pallbearers grand Jury towore Messrs. R. R. Riley, Howard El- 14th, the family of R. I. Barnard, month. Mr. Bennett graduates from ening statements of A. Floyd Byrd, summoned before tho Friday will nominate a candidate for Investigation is being held E". Bennett, E. G. Beaver Dam, Route 3, picked and the College of Electrical Engineering for the Commonwealth, and Ryland day. The tho Appollato bench In tho Thjrd lis. R, B. Martin, S. and the identity and A. R. Carson. 360 gallons of the finest Mr. Glenn from the College of Civil C. Mustek, for the defense, complet behind closed doors marketed District, although thoy could under Barrass Engineering and Mr. Tinsley from ed shortly before midnight, showed of the persons complained of was not Tho many floral offerings were May cherries ever grown on "Sand judiciary law indorse tho connection Mr. Spring Farm" which 13 saying some tho Arts and Science College. Mr. that the testimony of witnesses on learned. In this tho Democratic nominee and ho could beautiful. BennetJ; has accepted a position with opposite sides In the Clayhole murder Hager said: thing, for this farm is noted tor Its run under the Log Cabin. It Is not "The probe was started by the DeCompany, of cases is to be astonishingly conflict fine May cherries, and always has de- tho General Electric likely though thoy will do this as tho DEGREE AWARDED partment of Justlco at Washington Chicago, Mr. Glenn with tho Kentuc ing. REV. R. 11, GRIDER mand for more than can bo produced district, composed of twenty-thre- e agent Each attorney said his side has and I am acting simply as its on so small an area. This 360 gal- ky Rock Asphalt Company of Bowl counties, has been carried by the-- Reing Green and Mr. Tinsley with the witnesses to prove that the trouble with absolutely no alms towards any The Rev". R. B. Grldor, presiding lons and about 40 more than wore publicans slnco tho present Incumof the men Involved most of whom Creasey Corporation, of Louisville. was started by the other side. bent, Judgo Rollln Hurt, has been elder of the Louisville district of the used for homo use, was grown on less This Impanelling of the Jury was com- are porsonal friends of mino. an acre of land. Southern Methodist Church, has been than one-ha- lf In office. GETS WALLOPED pleted atabout 9 o'clock and the four probe had its origin In certain MORGANTOWN t DocIn speaking of tho new registration awarded the honorary degreo of received by tho Department of Shade Combs, French defendants n AT IT AGAIN law Secretary Phelps said that he tor of Divinity by the Kentucky Morgantown Journeyed to nock- - combs, Leslie Combs and George Al- Justice from Federal employes in tho " Dr. College at Winchester. could hold out no hopes that the law ofport Sunday and went homo defeated len, Jr entered pleas of not guilty. State and aspirant for Federal 'would bo declared unconstitutional Grldor was a visitor at tho collego worker, by the tuno pt 4 to 3. Allen and Our friend, and It Is the grand' Jury's duty to - fices. In Mjfcctlns he Jury tho Comrn..:ias the Republicans had never filed a during the commencement program J. H. Thomas, Is slipping back into Skinner performed for Rockport and Is any peremptory determine whether there He said that he had when the degree was conferred upon tho old and beaten baths. Paths when Daughorty and Hammers for Morgan-tow- weaKh .isd a) of i's five to test it. suit ground for the charges. It will sift challeuvtM and tin defense thirteen. lieen looking for a suit to bo filed In him. One other was also awarded. aro mighty once deeply furrowed Tho game was an exciting the esse to the bottom and act acFranklin Circuit Court for some tho cording to its best Judgment. Until hard to stay away from. Mr. Thomas one, featured by tho excellent field- MARRIAGE LICENSES time but no such suit had ever ma- FATAL ACCIDENT AT MeHENRY Is editing the" "Log Cabin," a maga- ing of tho Rockport infield. The RECENTLY ISSUED It makes Its findings known I havo terialized. nothing to say." zine Issued under auspices of the Re- Rockport lads were on their toes In Mr. Will Deno, n resident of Mc- publican League of the city of Louis- the pinches and delivered the hits Thatcher May Run. John Voyles, Hartford R. F. D. No. n Henry, was struck and killed by lightnecessary to win tho old. game. Tho 2, to Joslo Johnson, Narrows, R. F. NEW PRESIDENT ville. The declination of Charles F. FOR CENTRE COLLEGE The Journal ia a small but nifty winning marker camo over in the last D. No. 2. to offer again for Congress in ening during the eloctrfcal storm Coakley Gray, Beaver Dam, to Liza Fifth District has brought out Tuesday evening. He wast sitting sheet and, as usual, with publications half of the ninth when Charley Bur.the Danville, u , Juno 14 The board sevoral candidates for the Republican near a window In his home, when the with which he has anything to do, den singled to left center, sending Rains, Beaver Dam. nomination, the most prominently fatality occured. His wife and four bears the "Thomas Trade Mark." Barnard across the platter. Arthur Hoops, Beaver Dam to Vio- of Truxtpes of Centre College electMr. Thomas edits the magazine- in ed Dr. it. iaies Montgomery presiThis game Is the second of tho let Dean, Beaver Dam. mentioned being M. H. Thatcher, small children wero in the same room Dr. W A tlanfteld. present city Departmental Counsel at the time, but allscapod uninjur- spare time ho has from his duties In season between these clubs, tho first Esker Richardson, Beaver Dam, to dent to Dr. Montgomery, who la president of Interpretation of the new reglstra-..- i ed. No damago was dono to the connection with the Sheriff's office game boinc won by Morgantown. The Myrtle Stevens, McIIonry. Burial took place Wednes- in Jefferson County, In which ho Is third and championship game willi Wlllard Samply. Echols, to Edna Parsons College, Iowa, Is a widely-knowin T.nnlsvllle lii bolnc fought i building. vmu Presbyterian educator political organlza-- l day, at McHenry. employed. be played at Morgantown July ninth. M. Mlqton, Echols. bitterly by both Congressional Candidates Are Discussed New Law Taken Up Enrolled; Many Others To Byron Williams Makes High Record, come In Later Prof. T. I flood Work Done by Othe Ellis In Charge. Three Graduate. TAX COMMISSION i -- - six-thir- ty Che-naul- " - Wil-liar- al or ho Wes-terflel- ' com1-plain- ts - Wes-leya- n. Og-de- sMi-ree- ir ." n M.W! iiMilfcMI molten MiiPEBS ASKS THAT CARPENTERS BE INVITED .His Demand is Refused By The Building Trades Department. 10. Samuel Cincinnati, Juno Gompars, prtcidont of the American J'edtratlon of Labor, was turned down flnt today whan ho asked that the carpenters be Invited back Into the fold of tho Ilulldlng Trades de- 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 at is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g , partment. Members of tho Dulldlng Trades department want the carpenters back, but insist that they tako the Inttlaivo and come back penitently. Having told Gompcrs where to get off, It remains to bo seen how they will force tho carpenters to come to their terms. Among other dire suggestions for dealing with them today was the hint of a strike of all trades on every building In the country to so tie up work that tho carpenters must give In. nro Meanwhile, the carpenters saying nothing. Thoy know they liuve more members than any other anion and that they are necessary toi the federation. Tlit carpenters withdrew from tho department Inst year when tho board of jurisdictional awards settled a dispute In favor of tho sheet metal workers. Rompers' proposition was that they Do invited to come back with tho promise that tho caso would bo reopened and the decision suspended la the meantime. A Brick-foyer- s, buy-wor- spirited nttack linnydlately V. J. Bowen, involoped on him. president of tho ternational interrupted Gompers' speech andl accused him of "raising a smoke screen and putting up a bugaboo." Wants Carpenters. "You have been imposed on time .md again and don't '( low the facts," lie told Gompers. Half a dozen members Jumped to their feet. It was half an hour before quiet was restored. The question went over until the iftentoon session. When It was brought up again Gompers was absent. John J. Hayu-2- , mombtr 'of the board of jursdlcttanal awards, agnlnst .Thch the carpenters had rebelled, brought up tho issue for a fight to the finish. He contended thnt Gompers' plan would ruin tho standing of the board j sind practically abolish It 90 fur as J I ts uirftilness is concerned. "We Want the carpenters back. Wi rmit have them back to present a solid front against the enemy," ha ald. "but they must come back on mr terms, take their medicine and ibide.by the decision against them." Hf position was sustained by William DoUson, an official of the brick-la- ) ors, who shouted: "If I had my way I'd call a strike an every building in this country to "iiforco that award. When they walk fho street and all work Is tied up r.tu'f will know that our decisions must be enfoiced for tho good of labor, tho It may temporarily hurt soii'G Individual union. the Hedrlck, head of George palntors came to the aid of GomHo practically charged pers ' plan six members of tho board of that Jurisdictional awards are working for. p movement. Ho did not the call names. "This board refuses to glvo tho carpenters a rehearing," ho shouted, "because six of its members havo Interests 6pposed to union labor. "Vt they can keep tho rest of tho bliildlug trades fighting tho carpen-U-ithat is all they want. Wo should invite tho carpenters back and glvo thorn u rehearing In ojdur that wo tan present a united front against the employers who will attempt to cut pu again jast as soon as tho building Doom Is over." to tho contiovorsy Both side agreed that It Is necesiary for the federation to hav tho carpontors in their rank again if thoy tuo to win vonfliots that some profoM to sue joining with employer. one-shos, matter who says thereis. 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 better gasoline than New Crown or a better motor oil than Polarine, the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aint no sich animal," no 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 hy the U. S. Government. New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) in its own refinery at Louisville, from which 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. i So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown and the economical life of its J )on't he Spoof Standard Oil Produces CHOAVX ed-B- uy the "Always Sellable' DEALERS IX HAUTI'OIID, REAVER DAM, ami VICINITY. Ai V. CASEIUER & SOX, Hnoi- - D.im, Ky. HKAVEE DAM AUTO CO., Heaver Dam, Ky. CHAS. .PETERS & HKO., Hcin-- r Dam, Ky. II. I. SWAIX, Roikpoit, Ky. HICKS & HUHGIIER, Echols, Ky. HMiLIE ELLIOTT, Cool Sluing, Ky. back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and salisf action. And buy them from these, your own horns dealers: GASOLINE AXD POLARINE New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, ACTOX IIROS., Unit foid, Ky. "WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, REAVER DAM COAL CO., Ky. O, I PHELPS, , Hmtfoid, Kj. Ky. ' J. F '" RICHARD SHIELDS,, Cromwell, Ky. . v.- WPJV' ''' - 9 .. 4i : 4. Wr r ;,, v ,, Y M CROWX GASOLIXE HEALERS HARTPORD MOTOR CO., ILutfoid, Ky. S. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTOX, Contcitown, Ky. JOE .7. SHULTZ, Wysov, Ky. FRANK EVERLY, Cinieitoun, Ky. ARTHUR T. ILER, Hoekpoit, Ky. P. A. SWAYXE, Pientlss, Ky. I I'OLARIXE DEALERS R. P. RAUGHERTY, TJalzctown, Ivy. ASSN., INDUSTRIAL CEXTERTOWN LIGHT CO., Contwtoun, Ky. K. .x.mr rt . WM wi uixm y.Viij lu., Taj lor Mines, Ky. , .Jtuffc feSS i. sn ' rv-;- "X ii', - - - '. r lk. t i T .7 z--- w i if tf" K V i&(0 K IB I -- vNylMBB K. WV l" f 'A v,rhrt jiPMi W ' v- - " A JSooe Is Not 11 Good Cure. (Krom the Awes Iow.i Intolllsencor.) 'V'hn a wan come to you all doubled up with pain and declare he mil die In your presence unless you procure him a drink of whiskey, send lilm to a doctor or else glvo liim a and Colic iute of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea Remedy. Theio is n notion among n wholo lot of people flint boozo Is tho best romo-- J in voile and stomach nolle. m'is-ruk- on tr APS .SHOW INCREASE T. II., ix HAWAiix minus 1 .- . mmm . pno of Just mado public by the territorial Jblitlis, or 312 liss than tho number flonolulu. 'tH shown by tho hoard of health figures. a tctal of sltslitly ovor 10,000 chtl- - board of health at Honolulu, Plgurcs compiled by the Japanoso This discrepancy Is accounted dri'ii born In Hawaii during the calon-- j dar year 1921, 4,940 wore of Japan- - consulate at Honolulu for tho year tho fact that a number of AmericanJapanese bom Japanese In Hawaii have dls- 4C28 ec par.totuKO, according to figures 1921 show only Juno 10. for-b-- mwmb . continued filing any records with tho Japanese consulate. Tho Japanese birth rate for 1921, based on an estimated Japanese popu- lation of 114,789 la 34.01 births for each 1,000 of population. This figure does not vary greatly from those of the last threo years. Orientals, Including Koroaus, Filipinos and Chinese, as well us Japan ese, had a majority of tho births during 1921, their percentage of total births in tho territory for tho yean being 03.2 or practically 0,300 out of 10,000. V 4? PEKING ADOPTING WESTERNER'S WAYS Automobiles No Iiiifrr Itnrlty In China's Capital City. China's picturesque capital Is gradually ntloptlng Western customs. The ancient salutation of bowing hits bom almost entirely replaced by handshaking and by the lifting of hats. Walking sticks In tlio hands of Chinese patriarchs, portfolios under the arms of brisk young officials and European clothes are the evidences In the streets which prompt observers to predict that Pekln will appearance. soon lose its Even the boys who pull 'rlklshns hnve found It profitable to learn English and French 'sufficiently to aid their foreign patrons, while English shop signs are becoming conspicuous In remote parts of the city. Shakespeare, after centurlts of patience, also hns won recognition, for, while the text of bis plays are seldom rend, the stories of his plots are- regularly told In the class rooms of the high schools, thus giving now evidence of the universal appeal of the English bard. Chinese Boy Scout organlzptlons and brass bands plny-In- g airs familiar to American ears are other Innovations, But while new ideas are adopted many of the old ones nro tenaciously adhered to. Thousands of men In Pekln still refuse to part with their queues. Among tho coolies one in every hundred still carries his "pig-tall- " either dangling over his back or ound around the -top of his head. as have- been About 200 .automoIntroduced, but side by side with thorn in the congested streets may still be seen the caravans of camels starting on their long Journeys over tho Gobi desert Just as they started conturies ago. - Pckln tho polo point to trnco lines that aro very roughy elliptical and which cross and each other. However, these would chnngo the latitude of any city at most only .10 feet north or Fonth of Its mean position. Thero are other possibilities In regard to chango of latitude, One Is that thero are other as yet unrecognized wnbbles extending over longer periods which cause the pole point to wnnder In circles or ellipses larger thnn the radius ascribed to tho two known wabblea. Another Is that there may bo forces in operation which shift the polei point steadily southward almost along a definite lino of longitude. Finally, latitude changes might be duo to local movements, either n sliding of relatively small sections of the earth's crust, or to a recently postulated "floating" of the continents. An nnalyeis by the U. S. CoaU and Geodetic Survey Indicates that tho pole point Is shifting southwnrd toward the continent of North America. This meftn? In effect that tho cities of the United Stntes are moving slowly to the north. However, you need have no worry that you will awake some morning to find tho north pole in your back yard. The shift Is almost negligible becauso of Its slowness. The southward drift 1b a trlflo over six Inches n year, or less than a mile In 10,000 years. At this rnto New York Would move to the latitude of oBston In a million years. ss C0,-fo-ot Cut This Out nnd Take It With You. A man often forgets tho exact name of th& article he wishes to purchase, and as a last reort taks something else instead. That is disappointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out' and take It with you so as to make sure of gotting Chnmborlain's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for constlpajlon and m lndlge'stlon. Teething babies always have a hnrd time of it when this process ocThey not only curs in hot weather. have to contend with painful gums but the stomach is disordered, bowels loose and the body uncomfortable. The best help you can glvo the little sufferer is McGee's Baby Elixir. It corrects sour stomach, cools and quiets the bowels and helps digesPrice 35c and COc per bottle. tion m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. -- o HAVE YOU DIAKTHKOSISTIS? . Oh, you flappers! You're always flolng something new. Now that tho permanent wave has becomo quite a coiffure kink you thought you would turn to the permanent wiggle. Miss M.arle Ehlers, of Chicago, has sued a theatrical promoter for $10,000. Tli "many contortions, convultions, distortions and gyrations associated with modern dancing aherations, particularly twitting and writhing of the hips and shivering) and convulsing of the shoulders;" which she was forced to execute, brought on Now eve"ry time she hears Jazz music she unconsciously "wiggles, quivers and revolves." e A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you in fine shape for the day's work. It you miss it you feel uncomfortablo and cannot put vim into your movements.' For all bowel irregularities Herbino Is tho remestrengthens nnd dy. It purifies, regulates: Sold by Ohio Price GOc. m County Drug Co. diar-throsls- tis -- o- SUK.S GOVKHXMKNT KOK nooziMtuYixfi rnr.MiT New York , Juno 10. Declaring necessary that rum and brandy are 'culinary purpose In his home, for has Instituted "Walter E. Ioehlor proceedings In equity In Federal reCourt for a mandatory Injunction Prohibition Director quiring Federal Day to furnish him a permit to buy tho "required amounts" of these A Treas"household necessities." ruling depriving Department ury householders from obtaining liquors In for cooking purposes Is attacked Koehler's petltlqn as being discrimime natory. Manufacturers of food prod"What's tho mnttor with your leg, ucts, he declar.es, are permitted to purchase liquors consumed In mak- Jack?" "I'm a man In a million." ing their products. -- o. "How so?" "Well, the railroads f Iguro that out Best Itcinetly for Stomach Trouble. opof every million people they carry "1 am pleased to ( have the portunity to say a good word for only one gets hurt. I'm him!' Le Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. gion Weekly "I Mamie Bcrtel of Moberly, Mo. best remedy for think they are the biliousness and Btomach troubles, FOR FLETCHER'S ever used. I have constipation I have or taken them off and on for two three years and they always relieve She Ho says ho loves me; yet he Indigestion, tone up tho liver nnd line only known mo two days. m inalto mo feel flno. Hor friend Well, perhaps that's the reason, dear, POLE HAS NORTH THE WANBKIUiUST ask"How do you liko my Children Cry withdrew entirely tho usual publication requirements and said that the schedules could be made! effective nf-tthree days' posting nnd filing with Side Trips In Planes Around Earth's the commission. Top, Plnn Of Explorer, It also freed the roads from practically every other restriction which Cant. London, June 10 might have delayed the preparation Amundsen, the epre-- , who Is of new schedules. expediabout to begin a five-yetion In Arctic regions, says In a mesby. Children that aro affected sage to the Times that the plan was worms are pale and sickly nnd liable far his ship Maud witch sailed from to contract some fatal disease ernplft Seattle Wash., recently for Nome, to Whltp'a Crenm Vprmtfiipo the Polar Ocean, while worms promptly and puts the child drift shor reconnaissance trips would bo onfthe road to health. Price 35c per made in small planes. bottle. Sold by Tho Ohio County Drug Seattle, Wash., lune li. Hcakon Company. m H. Hammer, honorary member of tho AmunJsin Polar basin BCien iflc ex- FOCII GUIDES BLIND, pedition tind personal rfprLBentatlvti WANDEHIXG SOLDIEK hcrg of Captain Amundsen, confirmed the London announcement of tho Paris, June 10. "Excuse me, am contimplated Potv flight. I near tho Wounded Soldiers' Insti Cnptnln Amundsen will bo accom- tute?" asked a blind veteran of a panied In hla perilous Journey by pausing pedestrian as he tapped his B. G. way along tho sidewalk. "I've only only two companions, Lieu Fullcrton, former Canadian array been there twlco, and I'm not quite aviator, and Liout. Oscar Omdul, of suro of tho way." the Norwegian army. "You are close to it now; let me Tho piano will carry gusollim suf- take you," came the reply. trip and ficient for n twenty-six-hoArriving at tho door the guide will have for supplies said to the Janitor: i no aviator? only sandwiches, a few ounces of con"Kindly take this man to tho seccentrated food nnd a bottlo of tea. tion of the blind." If Captain Amundsen's plana aro "Take hira yourself," growled th carried out, the flight wHL.be ono of Janitor "Under the nrch way on tho most daring efforts In the history the other side of the court yard." ago fleuti) of Arctic exploration Tho civilian did so, but on the way Andre, a Swedish explorer, attempted out addressed tbo jnnltor again to drift across the Polar basin In a "Couldn't you be a little more oblig balloon, but failed. ing to tho blind?" ho asked gently . 1 "Thero are too many, and If vou have the Itch, don't bcratch. haven't time." was tho surly reply It does not cure. the trouble and "It seems to me It Is your duty to makes the skin bleed. Apply Ballard's help them,' said tho other "I can Bub It in gently on find time and I am Marshal Foch." Snow Liniment. the affected parts. It relieves itche ing instantly and a few applications GOOD EXCUSE removes the cause thus performing a The Juryman ran breathlessly into permanent cure. Price 30c, 60t! and court. i 1.20 per bbttle. Sold by Tho.Ohlo "Oh, your lordship," ho exclaimed, m County Drug Co. "If you can excuso me", please- , please do! I don't know which will FIVE AHE 1XJUHED die first my wife or my daughter!" IN RIOT AT MINE "Dear me, that'o sad!" said the Judge. 'iCertalnly you aro excused." Torre,Haute, Ind., June 10. Quiet The next day tho Juryman waa met reigned tonight at the Kerns Com- by one of his feJlow-Juror- s, who, In a pany end' Morris & Faulkner mines sympathetic voice, asked: near here following disturbances to"How's your wife?" day, whioh resulted In the serious "She's all right." to five nonunion .workers. Of"And your daughter?" ficials were still apprehensive of fresh "She's all right, too. Why do you armed outbreaks, however, and ask?" guards wore placet! about the mines. "Why, yesterday you told the Judge All employes of the mines have been that you did not know which would armed. die first." The disorders bfgan early today "Nor do I. That is a problem that when 100 men marched to the Kerns Urns' alone can solve." Company mino and demanded that nonunion men employed there lay WYOMING HOUSEWIVES down their tools. The demand was SUPER FROM STRIKE refused and the crowd rushed the employes, injurying five of them. Cheyenne, Wyo., Juno 10. Chey Tho men then went to the Morris enne housewives have begun to feel & Faulkner mine1, a short distance the pinch of the coal strike'. Supplies nway .and made a similar demand of a favorite Wyoming coal have been on the workers employed there. The depleted and fuel dealers are not enband, however, by the time of its couraging about future shipments. arrival at tho Morris & Faulkner The1 kind available now gives only a mine', had increased to 300 persons. slow, Uull fire with quantities of Davy Jones, n district official of the ashes;. As a result father finds him United Mine Workers of America, self dining on delicatessen dainties addressed the men, urging their dls- - much too frequently. handment and thoy withdrew. Tho troublo at the t- -o mines, which resumed operations recently after being idle since tho mine strike, f bible thoughts I was said by authorities tonight to 1 ForThisWeek hnve been brewing since tho comBible Thoashti memorized, will prove a f pany decided to employ nonunion priceJeei bentag e In alter yean. I ffig...... ... Er workers. imcmiii:i;iiiiiiii:;inrtftSTiiirjNi'L-,iicuiitim:!i:- AMUNDSEN TO FLY FROM POLAR SHIP er Children Cry for Fletcher's SSSSSSsssSSSsS ar wftcii rtl si r aI 0 -- SSiNjjyjWTW s The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of on the wrapper all these years sj&ffl-?--' just to protect the coming CUCA4M generations. Do not bo deceived. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-goo- Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would usei for yourself. What is CASTOR I A Castorla a ur is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its nge is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. ' The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTOR A I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over TUB CKNTAUR COMPANY. z&?m&x 30 The Kind You Have Always bought NEW YORK CITY. Years Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. ry The Courier Journal -- Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration.. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before. Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will4need. ournal UL, f By special arrangements we are now able to offer .THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L . AND r r 4R astronomer assorts that distance, between Naples, Italy, tho nnd tho equator has shortened a mllo nnd n half during tho past 51 years nnd that Greenwich has moved half a mllo toward tho tropica In two deGeographic cades. The National Society says thero Is no question that latitudes chango hut such changes aro of no considerable magnitude and do not continue for nliy great longth of vatlmo in tho samo direction. Tho riations are duo to a slight wabbling of tho earth'llko that of a top which is not spinning oycnly on Its axis This irregularity does not change the direction of tho nxla Itself but it does chango tho point on tho earth's surface (tho polo point) from which tho axis emerges. By such changes most points on the earth would have their positions altered with reference to tho poles nnd to tho equator, whioh 'is always. 90 deg. from the pole point nnd therefore follows It in any movement which It iJakea. If the earth' simplest poeaible rotation had but n Bllitsle wabble added to It. the ipfile point would trace u closed path; that is it would r.turn to the same poaltlon Bgnin and again after the completion of definite, nmial noriods But thoro are at least wabble two distinct nnd 'unequal known, one completed in about a year nnd the other In about It Their combination caus- mouth A London Surgeons agree that In, cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the first treatment is most important. When an efficient antiseptic is promptly, there Is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal nt once. For use on man or beast, Borozone is the ideal antisepfrock?" ed tho flapper, when dressed for a tic and hoallng agent. Buy it now and be ready for an emergency. danco. "It's or quite slmplo," stammered Price 30c, COc, and $1.20. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co.. tho young man. . 0 "Slmplo!" sho laughed. "Do you A cowman from Medicine Bow know what It cost? Do you know that 20 dollars wouldn't cover it?" . stopped into a cigar store in Chicago and asked for a match. "Marches," replied tho clerk, "are HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS fro sale, not to give away." t , "How much'are they?" ONE PESE HEAH "One pent n box." The cowman bought a box, and WANTER REM handed it back after taking out a SEE HOW MMT'hAN' match. "Here," ho said, "put that long ah (Swine Live, back on your shelf and when( a BUT SHUCKS ' AH Toi.' 'rA asks you for a light give MAH LIFE IS IN DE OLE him one." --- 'OMANS HAN ' BULKS HEDGING HAIL HATE CUTS AYITJIDKAWX t CASTO RIA d HAN-PALMI- STS V gen-tlom- r L wtS-JS- t CopjPghl 19 kX 1 vr- - 'WillW A cSZ?Z& 0, McClur Nwlpi;i 5MKt. Washington, June 10. All existing regulations and orders of tho Interstate) Commerce Commission which might interfere with the. establishment of the1 10 per cent reduction in railroad freight rates July 1, were withdrawn or modified today by the Interstate Commerce Commission ' The commission's notice signified (hat all of tho rallrgnjUln tile Unit M States had Indicated tholr Intention to comply with its daojaioti uriluiim: the geherl reduction Owing (o the Immense amount ot work required to prepare the new an'l the commission lower schedules his host. "Whar dTd you git such a flno goose?" "Well, now, pahson," replied the carvor ot the soose, exhibiting great dignity and reluctance, "when you preacliea a upeshul good sermon I never nos you whar you got it. I "Whut nma hoss-fly?- " am a fly whut buzzes, hopos you will show do samo consid"Ahoss-fl- y 'roun. cows n horses 'n Jackasses " eration." Success. "Vou aln' raakln out for to call mo A colored preaoher in Alabama wac no jackass?" . "No, I ain't makln' out for to call ono day talking to one of hla aged i"Pleaso switch off the, radiophone, you no Jackass, but you cain't fool parishioners, who ventured to Forbes' Magazine tho opinjbn that minister dem won'i you dear?'' ought to bd better paid. '.'But .that's the famous Mrae Mobq Dls yar flyfn buslnejw Is a "I'sa sho' j:ld tp. ,hBr-- yo" Scrwchollnl Kinging.' dot." responded tht'pursou warmly. ntlghthy ql' venture. "I know, but I think the people Ratus How you make that out, "I'se plaasod dat yo' thing to muefc Injjithe; newt apartment are having a of d tnluitter. So. yo" think,. we'& ,. Jlona? family quarrel." New York Sun. Mos 'Cause. I heahithat pastor ought to get blprger salaries.' ' ' vt ."Sho" I Uoi ," waid the (o!d man. las' Sunday nlehrdat "Wo ehauld endeavor to coscen bay in "Dn w'd jjt a betn'r rUss. n' hir.m I hope you Bsau sold hit'heirablD to Jacob. tnita on higher things. ''u't think too much of the mater-tal- .' Eliza, said a fi Kid oi ' u ally The goose had been, carved and er- i r, H wm exf!-- , to tbe old color d i "Oh, dear no' I alwavs tet my erjbodv had tasted It iun. i e?" demaker phk It out'" Judse. lent The nogro mi i ter w ho .i- "have you Keen .ii h 1.,, ii Eliza fioiuvred tho g'i st of honor, could not restrain aeu h nt over tlm luundi) (u'i u i. ii r. ' THE E(.tO QUESTION ia fiithuRiat.nl i. .w t beat "Dat ' at i.iit. a gnvi a I evli"No. nu'ain.' h Two qolored gentlemen were en- - se, Bmdder, Williams,' he said to in the wahh vet,. ' hose-flies." PRAYER: Create In me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me. Psalm 51:10. SURE GUIDANCE:In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. Proverbs 3:C, ' SAFE FROM ALL EVIL: The preserve thee from all Lord shall evil; he shall preserve thy soul. J Psalm 121:7. DEATH OR LIFE: To be carnally minded Is death; but to be spiritually minded Is life and- peace. Romans S:C. THE SUPREME RULER: Exalt ye the Lord our God, and worship at his footstool for ho is holy. Psalm 99:5. THE WAY TO PEACE: Acquaint now thyself with him and be at pace; thereby good shall como unto thee. Job 22: 2H KINGDOM IS WITHIN: Neither shall they say Lo here! or lo thero! for "behold the kingdom of God is within you. Luke 17:21. A MOBNING - THE REPUBLICAN ' Both ono 3 car, by malli for onljr $5.75 This offer applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. If desired, start at a lattor date, and renewals will date from expiration ot presont ones. ' If you prefer an. evening nowspapor, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. . Send or bring your orders to this office. gaged la conversation whon ono ot them became very much annoyed oy the persistent attention of rt largo fly. "Sam, what kin' ot a fly am dl3?" "Dat am a hoss-fly.- " sy ' -- - fi .d, A ,l agreed upon today by tho Senate Fibirthday of Mrs. celebrate tho V'STRAY STREAKS nance Commlttco mnjorlty. Christian. Mr. nnd Mrs. Christian hod The bounty would extend oyer a gono to a neighbor's homo to spend (By Fluko McFluko.) P'riod of flv tni would be p the day. In a proposed manner of Published Weekly by tho same rato ns tho duties which PIUNTlNb .COMTANT Mr. Christian. Ervln, son of Mr. and JLARTFORD had been proposed on potash over a Mm Christian called tho neighbor Incorporated To bo an attentive listener is said and asked that Mr. and Mrs. Chris-- -' tcf be, by some, an art more difficult similar period. Tho plan was by Senator Hale, Republican, tlan might como homo that Mrs. of acquisition than it is to be n good W. B. TINSLErf, Editor Christian's Bister, Mrs. Emma Acton, conversationalist, nnd "we'll bo blow-e- d Maine, and committee members, ns a and Business Mnnagcr. precedent, cited the bounty paid by of Hartford, had come to spend tho If we don't believe it too. We day with her. When Mr. and Mrs. are, but rarely ever able to get any- the Government on American sugar when the sugar industry In this counEntered according to law at tho Christian camo within Bight and fostoffico, Hartford, Ky., as wall seeing a number of cars and buggies body to listen to us, and we some- try was being developed. times get ns mad as the devil when gutter ot the second class. The bounty would be 2 cents a parker around their home, Mrs. somo of these pestiferous bugs bore pound of American production for to wonder why began Christian , to sa many cars woro there. When us with their conversational powers the first two years after passage of Address all communications when running in high gear and with (Tho Hartford Republican. the tariff bill, 2 cents for tho third they reached homo she was sur- apparently lots of tlmo to spare. i year, 1 cents for the fourth year prised to soc tho many friends who ' and 1 cent for the fifth year. This had como to spend the happy day with ' We received a letter, together with NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Jh'tyWONAlSlMMCR JUIT'AltN her. Upon going Into tho dining a check from Alec Porter a few days was the range ot duties proposed in subscribers desiring tho paper-sen- t the bill. Potash would have been on room she found tho tables laden with ago on subscription, that is the check Kp a now hddress must give tho old the free list after the fifth year, ungood things to cat. After calling was, 'tddress in making the request. and Shorty in explaining as to Business Locals and Notices 10c the crowd nround tho tables, Rev. why ho had not sent it earlier said der tho bill but under tho committer 191 lino, and 8c per lUe for each ad plan be tree from the start. H. D. Bureh offered a prayer for the ho had only ono check for several lonal insertion. It was estimated that the removal After being sumptuously weeks, due to fcomo trouble with his I occasion. ol Obituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards parof the duty proposed for tho five ef Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for served tho crowd entered tho Banker, tho s.uno ho always found years would result in (i nvlr ; of tch head line npd( signature, money lor, whero they wcro entertained by with Mut Huntor and Booker Riley, bi advance. to the farmers music on tho organ and vlctrola, afnot give him more about $12,500,000 Church Notices for services froo, ter which all went to Cane Run, to viz: They would of the country on potash vhlch will check's without making a deposit. We lc per lint other advertisements, attend Sunday school. Thoso pres- almost forgot to atato why Eck'did be Unporttd from Germany nnd word. will ent to enjoy tho occasion wero. Mr. Anonymous communications Fr&noe. not want to use tho ono check, which cwcelvo no attention. i and Mrs. a. J, Christian and son, Erwas, that a friend had written him a , PUBLIC SALE vln, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Hoover and receipt for making home brow on the i.'i- three children, Mr, and Mrs, Nqrvln back of same. TELEPIIONE . Christian and little daughter, Moina, I will offer for sale at the home .' t fr -- J.59 Farmors Mutual " JL IS" Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Christian, Mrs. of the late W. F. Bean, deceased, 4 out of 'ten its not mile North ot Sulphur Springs, Ky In nlno tlmeo Emma Acton atjd little sofy Owea, of I woman with tho smallest mouth on Saturday, June 24, 1922, the fol'. . .JUNE 10 Hartford, Mrs. Mary Christian, ncv. the FRIDAY singing. lowing described property: ahd Mrs. H. D. Burch, Mr. and Mrs. who does tho sweetest 1 brown more, about 8 years old; J. W. Miller and six children, Mr. and As things now aro, a coft coal bill 4 bead of young mules, ages from 1 Tho normal school which opened Mrs. E. Ford, Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Hoov Is hard to meet. KEEP-K0O- L to 4 years; 1 black mare about 12 hero this week is another move for- er, Mrs. Janle Cummings and son, years old; 1 year old horse colt, 1 ward. Such a school will greatly Robert, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson A friend said to us a few days milch cow, 1 other milk cow, 1 two-yebenefit the people of the county. The and children, Mrs. Fannie Ford and Tatter-so- n back, after taking a good, long squint old heifer, 8 head of sheep 5 average teacher's salary does not three children, Mrs. Bessie and three children, Mr. and Mrs. at Albert Cox I'll by darned if I be- head of hogs, a lot of farming imschooling. High permit of much costly tools, Including 1 road board, rents and tuition will soon eat H. N. Hurt and daughter, Miss Ona, lieve much In this claim of evolution. plements nnd Messrs. A. N. Murphy, H. A. Owen, Wo did not pay much attention to the wagon and a number ot stands of up the saving of a year. iMost of Stear-ma- n remark at the time, but the more we bees, also a quantity of household these conditions are eliminated here, William Pierce, Misses Chrysta ponder over tho statement, especially and kitchen fumiture. A quantity and Lillian Stewart. thus giving practically the Bame ONE PRESENT. keeping Cox In mind, the more mysti- of hay and corn. tralnlne as received w: elsewhere at Sale will begin promptly at 9 fying the said statement becomes. greatly decreased cos o'clock A. M. Everything will be NATIONAL ESSAY CONTEST What did he mean? sold to the highest and best bidder. Everywhere we hear the cry, help The American Legion is conducting There are two reasons lor the fail- Terms of sale All amounts $5.00 stop accidents. We,"os easy going T!-5sums over T people pay little heed and go our a national contest for tho best essay ure of preachers to receive anything and under, for cash. All any boy or girl between for funeral orations, namely Doc- $5.00 evidenced by a good note with way, calmly reading' of IhD accidents written by years on tors a.nd Undertakers. They wait security, due six .months after date .of other people and doing nothing to the ages of 12 and 18 5112 help decrease them. Tho summer the subject "How The American Le upon the stiff first, and when yiose with interest from date. U. S. CARSON, Admr., gion Can Best Servo the- Nation." birds have gone thru a dead man's season is on us in full blast. We have Dellla Bean, deceased. ten fold more automobiles than ever There will be three major cash prizes, Jeans what chance is there for a poor the blrst being $750, second $500, preacher? before and the percentage of careless MAY EXAM. RESULTS It be- third, $250. For the best essay driving has greatly increased. written in each state a silver medal peanutter, A. Rial, the popcorn and hooves us to be doubly careful in Superintendent Mason has the replaying safety first. The summer will be awarded, for the next best says he clears most in hot weather, n hrnnTft mpilnl will he nwarHprl. the encas- sults of the May teachers' examinaas by rolling his glass and tin will take Its toll, take care that you they are ready foY distrinrizpR will irrade off Into small- ed machine out into the hot sunshine tion and ,do not contribute to any negligence, !, other i er amounts. 120 and bution at once. Out of the 54 who the heat is run up to about which will increase this toll. All essays must b& written and but little gas Is required to raise the took the examination, 24 failed, 18 made second class certificates and The purchasing power of a dollar, ' composed by the boy or girl sending temperature to the roasting point. 12 mado first class certificates. Miss taking July 1914 as a base was one j them in and they must be in the Irene Rhodes of Beaver Dam, carried per cent. The lowest point hands of the county superintendent, hundred We spent a few days in Louisville general avwas reached in July 1920, when a 'not later than August 1st. this week hut forgot to notify I. D. off first honors with a This affords a wonderful opportu Claire and Spex Her ef our intended erage of 90. was worth only forty-eigdollar cents. Most people will tell you that nity for the boy or girl who can write trip and as a result we wallowed In its purchasing power is back to nor- to gain some worth while knowledge volstead dryness midst the whole AMERICAN GUNBOAT WATCHES CHINESE ARMY mal now. According to a survey and do the country and nation a fa- stay. Failure to think and act has April of this year by the vor and at the same time probably caused many a heart ache and disapmade in Kiukiang, June 13. Wealthy ChiNational Industrial Conference Board win a prize. Read the preamble to pointment. nese, with their familie; and valuaConstitution of a dollar has Increased the American Legion tho value fleeing from Nachang, capionly sixteen cents over its value in and llttlo trouble will be experienced The good wives get fooled every bles, are bringing its present value determining how the American Le- now and then. One of our friends, tal of Klangal province, as the army July 1920, cents. The increase has gion can best serve the nation. The while lamenting the fact that he had of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the South China to sixty-fou- r Looting been slow but steady. The last rail subject has many possibilities. not been getting enough to eat at leader, advances northward. troops of the southern workers cut will be the instrument his house for sometime, hit upon a at the hands -- ATmissionaries at whereby conditions will be hastened FRAUD CHARGED novel way to get the wife to pre- Is feared. American Nachang also are prepared to leave BY STATE ENGINEER pare a feed. When to normalcy. This back to normalthe ice man necessary for the forces cy will be halted and cent scurrying called at his place of business In the if It becomes the military power of Frankfort, Ky., June 13. State morning he ordered him to leave an of Wu Pel-FIn the other direction if the rail attempt to make an organiz- Highway Engineer Joe S. Boggs, de- extra piece of ice at his residence that the Pekin government to evacuate workers A termined to sift to the bottom the day as he was going to have com- Nachang. ed resistance against the cut. The American gunboat Isabel Is be disas- charges brought by W. F. Smith, in- pany. The wife upon inquiry from strike at this time would Old Sulphur Springs, which was for more than a huntrous and grossly unjust. The la- strument man, that he was ordered the iceman, as to why so much ice, stationed here, ready to protect Amif the necessity borers roceived the brunt of the cut transferred by State Road Engineer ascertained that company was com- erican interests dred years one of the most famous watering places and and with this cut they are still re- Nick Bosler because he insisted, on ing and set herself busy cooking a arises. The Japanese and British ceiving more than tho avcrago dally the contractors doing their work feed for a king. When hubby came vessels Sumlca and Cockshafer, re- health resorts in Western Kentucky, will again echo to the-sounwago of tho laborer in other indus- properly on tho Lexington Pike in home at noon without company, the spectively, are here also. Dr. Sunls of many voices and her ballroom resound to g In tries. Tho railroad men must talco Clark County, brought the matter to Mrs. was much set back, for all her army has captured Kanchow Kl, reof the light fantastic toe on A their medlclno and stay on tho job. tho attention of tho State Highway labor in killing chickens and making the south of Kiangsi province. Commission "yesterday and a hearing salads was lost. Hubby got the food port from the south, June 10, said were retreatAdolphus Busch's letter to tho has been set for Monday. Smithjis and the Ice man got the rest, We the forces of Wu Pei-F- u ing northward. President charging' the shipping in North CaroJIna, in the employ'ot won't prescribe-thi- s stunt for any one board with violation of the Volstead the State Road Department there, else, but it worked this once anyway. CLEAR RUN. Among those who have been Act, has blown np prohibition peace The proprietor, Mr. J. F. Magan, has during the-pas- t to be witnesses in the case ire throughout tho country. The chairFOR SALE New Supply Mrs. Ethel Johnson, who has been several months, entirely man of the shipping board admits Mack Galbraith and W. J. Andersim, remodeled the hotel, 'torn dowix Is that wines and liquors are sold onj United States Senior Highway Engi- Top Buggies, single and dou- quite sick during the past week, and built anew the famous ball room and improved the - neers, in charge of Federal aid work, Improving. tho ship? but asserts that it is necosble harness. Mrs. Emma Hoover, who has been well and grounds in eveiy way. ary in order to compete with foreign in Kentucky; J. T. Voshe'll, United E. E. BIRKHEAD, at the bedside pf her granddaughter, Such a States Distrlob Englneor, of Chicago;. shins for nasscngcr trado A number of visitors are already stopping, at ,tjie 'reHartford, Ky.1 Mrs. Everett Kissinger, near Utica, sort, but on July statement shows'that prohibition is p. h. Yancoy, Assistant Division En Fourth, will come the grand opening. On has returned. unpopular with ocean travelers. It al- - gincer; Clyde Alexander, Superlnten-s- o : Mr. David Havenro and daughter, that date there will be giyen a grand government has i dent of Maintenance; J'T. Madison, JUDGE GETS THE CAN ' shows that' tho Picnic with the v) fi'illle,' were at the bedsldo of Mr. ' been violating the! prohibition laws I General Inspector; W. P, Jqnes, Re-aOpening Ball that night. , , Bay MJnettc, Ala., June 14 Pro- Havenor's daughter; Mrs. Ethel Johnhas been allowing foreign ships JBident Manager and Billiter & Wiley, This lawns, beautiful groves and bate Judge Voltz of Baldwin County son,' Saturday night. to do likewise".' It seems to us. that contractors. Mrs. Fannlo Murry io "visiting her best sulphur water m .the.Statei.snouid .was .waited uppn by a crowd ot citi would be solved, if tho situation bejnylting'-'eiiougzens, inciuuing town oinciais, u,ere parents, Mr. and Mrs. James-Crowtho law was rigorously enforced. Let SHIPPING HOARD to prevent anyone from going elsewhere in "search' . UNDER, CRITICISM Sunday and ordered to leave (own, it in'Owensboro, this week.' foreign ships dump their tsupp(y of ' Mr. 'and Mrs. Bud McKInley, ot health or recreatiph, was learned today, He left Monliquors and wines outside tho three I Washington, Juno 13. Attack op day and his whereabouts are un- Daviess 'county, visited relatives here onllo limit and the travelers would and at Barn'ett's Creek Saturday and havo no choice, between a wet and tho Shipping Board for permitting known. r'' a- According to county authorities, Sunday. ' dry ship. If they are falling to do tho sale ot liquor on American ships w vuu AAAuvtk uj luu DLUin ill rri' them all, we're for you. was mado In tho House today by Voltz was charged by the crowd with this they are guilty' of transporting "3. FOULER TIPS THAN EVER alcoholic beverages 'illegally within Representative, Galllyan, Democrat, improper relation? w(th a married and! Massachusetts. Hartford plays Beaver Dam on tho-locwoman of the community. VoUz is ' the borders of the1 United States Beaver Dam arid Grayson Springs Hartfflrd suffered two decisive dediamond Saturday and Clark-so- n should be dealt with' accordingly. All I Holding up what he said wa9 a a married man about 45 years old week-enone at the played a tie came Sunat Clarkson, Sunday, Beaver ships In U. S. waters should come .wine list from tne steamsnip rresi and has lived here many years. He feats over the of Beaver Dam and the other day at Beaver Dam in the new park. Dam and Rockport will out under the same ruling and as far as dent Pierce, paid tor, bo added, by was serving his first term as Probate hands at the hands iof Mcllenry. The Satur The score was 6 all, the game being at Beaver Dam Sunday.battle it appropriation, Mr. Galjivan Judge. prohibition enforcement carries it Federal We .were day game was lost to Beaver Dam by called to allow the Grayson boys to unable to learn should be enforced with the same rig- declared that under the Volstead law the Mcllenry and! the score ot 11 to 3. The Sunday catch their train. "we cannot get drunk on land, but POTASH INDUSTRY Contertown dates. idity on sea as on land. TO1 BE PROTECTED game to Mcllenry was lost 7 to 1. . wo can at sea." i i Glendon Stevons, Beaver Dam's Keep the ball dope coming There was a roar from members MRS. G. J. CHRISTIAN'S. Rockport clamped down on tho stellar twlrler, continues to show Vou have any dope, on anv in. If 13. An aniend- Washington, June HUtniDAY CELEBRATED as the Massachusetts Representative sneeial M I'M'V read from the list to .show that raeq't' to the' tariff bill under which' lads from Butler. county Sunday and that he is ono of tho classiest pill tos-se- player or game send it in, we will In this part ot the sta'to. Glenppta'sV 'production ' in 'the United showed theu the dopnnnd the clasand American rye whisky, qou'ld be bougty Quito a large" erowd; k'"ul' puuusn it. We. have aqme or relatives of Mr. and Mrs, 0,. J. Chris- - aboard ship at 20,'ce.nts, ai drln.k;'tand RfatSi would be stimulated bir. a siest : team all at the same time. Tho don starts against them alfand, the the best ball players in.the state onr tlan gathered at their homo near Jamaica rum think of it! for 'two bounty from the Federal treasury In- - Rookport how had the punch and story Is always the same, Beaver these Ohio County teams, lets give stead ot thru Imposts on imports was pep to put over runs "when they coun- - Dam wins. The best twlrler de'serv- - them credit for if. Jlorao Branch, Sunday Juno lltb, to bits." . rThe Hartford Republican ---- -- pro-rot- ed Oh Boy! A Be delightfully comfortable these hot dayswear a h Keep-Ko- Y Summer Suit. - -- 1-- Light in weight; smartly tailored. Snappy New Models in Sport Back Style. A ar Suit will give you long, satisfactory service, yet it is priced reasonably. ' Let us. show you our newest models in standard summer fabrics. - Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. ..... ht Grand Opening Picnic and Ball u, SULPHUR SPRINGS d the-trippin- Next Fourth of July. f su'm-mon- ed I nd plaie'wititsjlin h e, of V1 " izf:irirjhLr . six-inni- !? ' ..;. d, '4 -- rs s y Jl - t Phylo Salici for tho Liver. Dr. A. B. Riley went to Monday, returning Tuesday. Thyto Salici for Rheumatism. H MurMr. and Mrs". Henderson phree, of Owcnsbbro, aro ihe guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. FAIR'S JUNE SALE! 'Of. 4 " H Every day adds new mer- -' chandise to. our big June Sale. If you are not attending you are the loser. We are showing the greatest line fabrics that it of Mill-En- d 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. : Vy '.;jC ' 2ki&l&Go, The Hartford FRIDAY Mrs. C. A. Williams of Shrevcport, Mrs. John Moaro of Louisville, arLa., is expected In Hartford this wetk-en- d rived hero yesterday to remain for to spend the summer. several days, the guest of relatives. Mr and Mrs. C. II. Brown of near Mrs. W. C.Overhultz and llttlo son, Hartford, aro the parents of another Winston Bennett, baby girl, born Sunday, June 11. left Wednesday for their homo In Cedar Edge, Colo., Miss Annotta Gillespie, city, was after spending several weeks in and tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nottle, near this city, tho guests of relatives. Reld, and other relatives in Rock Mr. John B. Wilson nnd son, John port, last week-enAllen, were in Island Tuesday, surveying. John Alien returned TuesMr. David Herrel and daughter, Miss Cesna, Mr. Charles Thomas and day afternoon, but Mr. Wilson went little daughter, of Mojgantown, were to Lewisport, where ho remained until yesterday. In Hartford Monday. i Mrs. Katherlne McQrayal, milliner Miss Sallle Shultz, who has been y for Fair & Company, city, left attending normal school at Bowling for Nashvlllejlnd., whero sho Green, has returned to her home hero will spend a week with friends, beto spend the summer. fore returning to her homo in Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss Emllle Bell, of Buford, Is ex pected to arrive in this city today, Mr.- Ervln Casebler, who attended to spend the week end with Misses school at Georgetown Cqllogb, . the Margaret and Annabel King. past nine months, has returned to the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elizabu'h Moore, of Gallon J. F. Casebler, Beaver Dam, to spend Ohio, Is spending two weeks la this tho summer vacation. citj, tho guest of her mo'hui Mr3 Viudle Moore, and other nlatives. VOll SALE House and lot on Liberty St., Hartford, Ky. 5 rooms Mr. an'd Mrs. Russel Plrtle, of De- and Hall, good repair. Lot 114x114. troit, Mich., will arrive here Sunday, Goo.d barn, garden and outbuildings. for a two weeks' visit with Mr. Plr-tle- 's Cheap for cash. Apply to W. A. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Plr- CLARK, or call Home 'phone 123-2- L tle. Mrs. Ernest E. Blrkhead, city, and Mr. M. P. Maddox, of Kronos, and sister, Mrs. C. E. Rogers, Elkton, will the 21st,, for Akron, Ohio, grandson, J. Carl Hill, city, are the leave guests of Mr. Maddox's son, Dr. Dell where they will visit their sister, Mrs. Bean. They Maddox and Mrs. Maddox, of Louis- Marvin Bean, anuT-Mr.- ' will also gcjto NIagra Falls and othville. er Northern points. MOWERS AND RAKES Deerlng Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fulkerson, of and McCorralck Mowers and Rakes or machinery. Herrln, 111., are the guests of relaany kind of haying Phone W. E. ELLIS & BRO, Hartford tives In Kronos, Moorman and Cen47t4 tral City. They spent from. Wednesr Ky. day Until Friday of last week in this Mr, Whlttler Rogers, who has com- city, the guests of their nephew, Mr. pleted his Junior year at Centre Col- Lewis Fulkerson and Mrs. Fulkerlege, Danville, has returned to his son. home, near Cromwell, to spend the Mr. Tandy Harl, returned to his summer.. home in Owensboro last Friday, afMaster Malcom Davis and sister, ter spending some time looking afVirginia, of Centertown, spent last ter timber Interests In the BarWhile In week in this city, the guests of their ret's Ferry neighborhood. aunt, Mrs. John Llndley and Mr. tho country he was the guest of his brothers, Messrs. Willie and Willis Lindley. d. Wd-nerdn, The Full-Visio- n Buick Top Combines Beauty and Utility An added proof of Buick superiority is the patented top. ts advanced 'design eliminates unsightly top bows and gives clear vision from windshield to back curtain. Both the top and the curtains are individually tailored to the car, insuring perfect fit and smart appearance. The Buick top is but another example of Buick's policy of painstaking care in the building of every part of the car. all-weath- er BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN ACTON BROTHERS Dealers HARTFORD, KY. AVlicn . better automobiles nro built, Buick- - wlU build them. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AT OUR STORE Tuesday, June 20th, 1922 Where we will demonstrate Beech-NFood Products, including Sliced "Bacon and Beef, Peanut Butter, Catsup, Chili Sauce, Jams, Jellies, and many other good things. ut Harl. Republican JUNE 10 EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. SMOKE PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Phyto Salici for tho Blood. Mrs. nianton Ellis, is recovering fro"m a several days' Illness. . Sweet Mario Tollot Soap, 5c. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. G0t2 Miss Amelia Barnott, city, spent last vcok in Danville, tho guest of friends. Dr. E. P. Rogers of Fordoville, was a pleasant caller at thu office Tuesday. Mr. J. 0. Hoi' of Louisville, Mr Ml bo mingling in town over tho week-enfriends. with old d, 666 : Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever UlUouH Vovcr, Colds and ' G0t20 LaGrlppb. l v Miss Marguerite Renfrow, of Owensboro, was tho guest this week of IIIbs Amelia Plrtlo, city; - (.. Mi V, ' 'i. t. 'i 'V' Grace and 01re Cummlngs, .Misses Monday1 with Mr. "of'Sroaman: bpcht an'd Mrs, Guy Rannoyclly. '- with her father, Mr. Wil- and family, McIIenry. lard Hess week-en- d Mro. Carl Hoover, city, bpent the ., ii i CenBarnes-- of Beaver Dam, were in City, Tuesday, on business. tral Self-sealer - Messrs. Frank, Marshal and W. 0. fruit- cans, that really and the air out. 6oaltho fruit-iWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 61t2 n i Buffalo, Mrs. J. W. Chapman, of Okla., is visiting her parents, Mr. and .not tnwn. -n Mrs. Strotner hbwkjuh, ui wof i- -i w. i u m i ,01d pro-wtor Knives. ar prices- jpnj Kqen - .Kut-- i A now shipment & Justin WILLIAMS TAYLORS. HEAXS, PEAS AND MILLET Ha- at Mrs. Lynian G. Barrett and little berlandt and Sooty Beans, Whlppoor-wl- ll and Mixed Peas. Good stock, son, Lynn Culley, city, are visiting Mrs. Finis Leach of Beaver Dam, ifest German Millet. Mrs. Barrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. is visiting relatives in this city. Enroute R. B.- - Culley, of Stanley. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 47t4 they visited Mrs. Barrett's sistpr, Mrs. Miss Hettie Riley of Owensboro, is Mrs. Harriet Paxton, of Beaver A. D. Balrd and Mr. Baird, of Glen-vlll- e. guest of relatives In this city. Mrs. Balrd accompanied them the Dam, spent from Sunday until Tuesday in Hartford the guest of Dr. and to Stanley. Mrs. J. W. Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Swat that fly, 3 boxes 2Gc. Miss Margaret Helen Wallaco and J. Ross Taylor. G0t2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Waylln and Elwood brothers, Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, city, spent Kenneth, of Central City, aro the a busMr. W. J. Bean, city, made S. iness trip to Louisvillo Sunday, re- Friday "and Saturday of last week la guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Owensboro, 'tho guest of her daugh- T. Barnett, and Mr. Barnett, city. turning Tuesday. ter, Mrs. Henderson Murphree, and Their parents Mr. and Mrs. Orion Wallaco, will arrive tomorrow, to acn, Mr. Murphree. Miss Margaret Williamson, of company the children homo. spent last week-en- d with Tho play "The Lady of the LibraMiss Leila Glenn, city. Mr. John Allen Wilson will leave ry" presented by the Lady Maccabees Saturday for Memphis Tenn., where C. Logan and at tho High School audltprium ThursMr. and .Mrs. W. family, and Mrs. F. L. Lauterwasser, day night pf last week, was a success he goes to accept a position with tho Illinois Central railroad. Mr. Wiland well attended. city, were in Owensboro Monday. son has been attending the UniversiMr. Chester Leach left Wednesday ty of Kentucky for the past two years, return to her Miss Mario Her will reand plans to work for tho coming home In Owensboro today, after vis- for Kansas City, where he will city, since Sun- main for some time, taking treat- year, returning to school In 1923. iting relatives in this ment at the sanatorium of Thornton day. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Cox left and Minor, of that city. Sunday for their homo in WashingHoosler Corn One and two-roMrs. William Lako, Hartford R. F. ton, D. C. after spending several Drills. The most accurate corn 47t4 D. No. 5, who was recently operated days In this- city, tho guest3 of Mr,s. planters on the market. on' for appendicitis at tho City Hos- Cox'3 parents, Prof, and Mrs. I. H. W. E. ELLIS & BRO pital, Owensboro, has recovered suf- Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Cox wero accompanied homo by Mra. Cox's sister, Mrs. Hallle Cook, city and Mrs. ficiently to leavotho hospital. Miss Mary Iko Wison, who will be L. A. Sharer, Weston, W. Va are Simmons Wonder Ico Cream Freez their guest for a month. Visiting relatives In Mdrgantown and ers: Davenport. $3-22 Quart Whllo tho electrical storm was $4.00 In progrebs early Tuesday morning, 3 Quart "Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Parka and WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. lightning killed two "flno mulos fdr Sons, Dale and Hugh Franklin, and 50t2 Mr, Elvis Henry, of tho Nocreek comMiss Edith Bell King were In OwensDid you over "cuss" tho cow when munity. Ho had turned tho mules boro i Tuesday. eho swats you In tho fnco when you out of tho. barn, tfnl while they wero Mrs. Abbie WMfllo Bums, of Al- were milking? Donjt do, t any more. standing under a treo for sheU ton, ill., is he guest of hor cousins, You can chnso tho flies wnn iJratts from tho ralri, tho treo was struck Mesdam'os Elmore Ashley, Andy Wal- Fly Chaser, Sold at .WILLIAMS,' ,& and tho mules wero killed Instantly. 5lt2 TAYLORS. n lace and John Cooper. Editor yf. 9. Tlnsley, r vand tors. Mr. Alfred Wallace, nccomparited J, B. Tappanrcturne'd homo yesterday Mr. and Mrs. James Caskoy Ben,fr'om ouisviiro whero thoy have nett moved last week lo1 Central City, hv hl brother. Leonard, went to Lou position isville, Tuesday, where ho underwent been since Tuesday. Messrs. Tlnsley where Mr. Bennett has a an operation Wednesday, lor gall- and'Tappan wero representatives of with an .Insurance Company. stones. From last reports ho was Rough River Lodgo No. 110, at the meeting of tho Grand Lodge of the For Sale Four head of Mule?, 10 getting along- nicely. knights of Pythias of Kentucky. Mrsv hands high, and one Holsteln milch Miss Aftna Crowder, who has been Tappan was the guest of Major and 47tf cow, fresh. visiting her cousin, Miss Beulah Mrsk J, L. Lallenger. CLAUD KINO, Hartford. Baize, returned' to her home Sunday Mr. John A. Johnson, superintenO. Hunter accom- evening, accompanied by Miss Beu Mr. and Mrs. C. panied Mrs. W. C. Overhultz to Ow- lah, who is spending the week there. dent of tho Bond Tie Company, Decatur, Ala., suffered a "very painful Grayson County News. ensboro, Tuesday, Mro. Ovorhultz accident onq day last week, while aswas leaving for her homo In Colo. FOR SALE At a bargain, one sisting his employees load some bay, nVki.Vltify flni. Pnlnf ' tnn a baling wire, penetrated his hand. Miss Cllffio Felix, who has been In ifuvionll also Ho obtained medical attention at condition, th,e City Hospjtal, Owensboro, since and body In A- -l onco and returned to his home hero. Monday of las(t week, and after unIt Is expected that the woupd will bo ,a successful' operation for caTcon'dltlwV.'1 S.eo jne'at'once.dergoing 4ti- boated sufficiency forhlm to reinn t n- Jj. &r, RENDER, appendicitis, returned ft hef'nbnie '' ' ' ' i Boavor Dam, Ky. turn, to his. work eopn, V yesterday. hero Pbyto SallcJ all Dealers. w Packed by the BEECH-NUT PACKING COMPANY Canajoharie, N. Y. These goods are all packed in glass and we consider them the very best on the market. We know you will be interested in them. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR HARTFORD, KY. '.ill- Mr. Tony Johnson, who is employed with tho Bond Tio Co., in Louishere, with ville, spent tho week-en- d his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson. Mrs. W. C. Blankenship, city, and Mr. and Mrs.. Noble Taylor, and little daughter, Nevelyrt,' of Herrln, 111., but who aro vjislfhig relatives in Beaver Dam, went to Louisvillo Tuesday, where the llttlo girl underwent an operation for tonsilltis. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hardin, ot Chattanooga, Tenn., and Mrs. W. of Calhoun Ky. motored to this .city from Calhoun, Sunday, and spent the dayi with Mrs. Mattie Barret. Mr. and Mrs. Hardin are guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin. Mr. and.Mry, R. E. Duke motored to Owensboro (ant Saturday to meet Mr. Duko's' sister,, Mrs. J. W. Slack, and7 nephew, William Bennett, of Welch, W. Va., who had been .visiting Mr. Duke's and Mrs. Slack's brother, Mr. (Rethcl Duke and , , Mrs. Duke, ofi .Henderson.,., Mrs,. Slack returned to. her home . Saturday; .while- ber nephew remained for a fe,w days visit wlh his, botb-er- s( Robert and Henry, (of near.Utlca. He will arrive in .this pity tomqrrow, to stay until Monday with relatives. " r! i. i Rev. T. ,T. Fr'azlor, pastor ot the Hartford Methodist church, who attended a ten day school for rural Methodist pastors, at Rqsaellvllle. returned home last Friday, Ninety-thr- ee preacher-studen"were in attendance. Owensboro District had the largest representation at the school. Rev. Frazlor won the Five Dollar Prizo offered for the best display of church advertising. Revs. W. C. BuckhBr, Beaver Dam; 'F. At .Sanders, Cehlertown, and 'John Hampton, formerly Hartford Route 6, but now o( Stephensport.were also In at" w tendance; ., Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoover returned to their homo In Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday, attor spending several weeks- visiting Mr. Hoover's mother, Mrs. Mary E. Hoover, and Mrs., Hoover's parents, Mr., and Mrs. Ferd Bld-weand other relatives In tho Beda community. il, t Word haa been received In this city, announcing the arrival of a second son, In the homo of Mr. and Mrs. of Miami, C. Beckham Klnskern, Fla., born May 31. Tho little fellow ha been christened ICenneth FcllaC, Mrs. Klnskern was formerly Miss1 Elizabeth Fellxi daughter of Mn and 'Mrs. Frank L. Felix, 'formerly of this city, but now of Miami, Fla. Wo havo a nice fresh lino of1 loose Wiles' Sunshino Cakes and Crackers: 15c Krlspy Crackers 15c Perfccto Sugar1 Wafers . . . i ( .lBc v. Zwloback ; . . 15c Tanllla Wafers- Yum Yum Ginger Snaps, 2 boxes. 15c 15c Lemon Snaps, 2 boxes Loose cakes of all kinds. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 50t2 .......... .... - ', r ts - i - Mr. David Bishop, city, who has for been threatening appendicitis some time, accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar BUbop, went to Owensboro Monday night, where ho was examined by a specialist at the City hospital, who decided that an operation was not necessary at present Ho returned home Wednesday, and is Improving' nicely. . v IRHEUMATISM SO thcro nro good mon, but tho finest human beings on earth nro nlco old men. $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper BAD SHE HAD TO ; Harrlsburg Patriot two-thir- QUIT HER WORK and four-fiftnumbers. America has of tho world's telephones of tho world's wrong 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 &? Petersburg Resident Also Says She Suffered Terribly From Disordered Stomach But Tanlac Completely Overcame All Her Troubles. WHAT WOULD YOU (JIVE TO GO HACK AGAIN? The Hartford Republican (Louisville Herald.) There's a llllte town whero the yards are wldo And tho days arc dull and tho weeks aro long, -- ANDWhere tho streets lead out to the countryside, And the courthouse clock has n melThe Commercail Appeal is one of the largest low gong, and best papers in the South and we hope to receive Where mon aro friendly and much Inclined blessing many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and 'vranlac has been such a help singing to me I can't its To think In Juno that tho world is seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. fair, praises," said Mrs. T. J. Archer, your subscription now. Don't delay. highly esteemed' rosldent of 1147 And what would you glvo to ryvako nnd find , k r., Shepard St., Petersburg, Va. t& "I had indigestion so bad 1 could That, instead of doing a dally grind, not eat a thing without being in mis- You were still a rollicking boy back there? ery for hours, and the pain around THE TELEPHONE AKMY ..in iMinifgij&- my h art caused by the gas seemed all I CvUild stand. I constantly ha 1, Theres' a little town near n winding Ther aro approximately GOO, 000 stream, headaches and awful spells of dizziness. Then to make matters worse Whore a maiden walked In the dusk men nnd women employed In tho Industry In the United iStatea, with you, A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comrheumatism in my arms, shoulders and not .Including tho thousands engagservice covering the world. and knees alpost drove me to dis- Where you promised lightly, plete telegraph and cable of telephone l&Sfa , ed In the inanufacturo learned to dream traction, and for three months I State news from correspondents in all parts of KenSucceed when everything !$ fails. Of this vast ariny, The dreams that never, nlas, come eQUlpmont. couldn't do a stroke of work. In nervous p'omatio ucd female tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news nro women, of whom about true; "I had Just about decided it was tccknesse they ars the supmnr suburbs. Society, Financial, Marwho of Louisville and no use to take any more medicine Where you packed your batchol, and 170,000 nro tho "Hello Girls," remedy. 01 thousands have KstifirJ. answer tho Insistent demands of tho turned from play ' ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliawhen my husband brougflt me a bot public, which mitkci tle of Tanlac. Now I never have a To take your chanco among eagor tolopbone-usln- g on these special subjects. ble authorities billions of telephono calls n year, far men it is the best nicd):ir,e erer sold touch of Indigestion. Headaches and Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with dizzy spells are a thing of the past, Who judge according to" each men's more than nro made in aij the rest of iKpjiWU over a Oruggir's counter. ! BMromniiw pay. the world put together. a daily newspaper that interests eveiy member of and rheumatlssm has left me entirely. I never have known a medicine to And what Is tho price you would give the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you THE POINT OF VIEW today equal Tanlnc." , want in addition to your local paper. Tanlac is sold by all good drug- If you plight be a boy back there again? Foints of vlow vary. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to Adv. gists. s A man and his wife wero watching your remittance. d h on tho floor of n railway There's a little town whoro the a HOnilEKESSES KILLED Order your subscription through carriage: "I never see ono ot thosOj n(ghts are still Somewhere in Clay county. Ttnn., Where a cottage crumble. In slow things," said tho man, "but I wonTHE REPUBLICAN, decay; der whore it Is going." London & a man sold his farm for S1S00 and Hartford, Ky. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE In the graveyard out on tho silent Nortliwostorn Hallway Gazotte at course everybody around knew Dissolved In water for dsuchec topr 4 hill pelvic catnrrh, ulceration nnd Inflamabout It. When the man went fox mation Recommended by Lydin E. hunting with several neighbors the A stone that wae white 1. becoming Finkham Med. Co. for ten yoar. gray; two of them blacksd up and A he.ilinz wonder for xianj catarrh, been the sites of homes of early St wives of It la long since they have been rler-e- d DOCTOR AGAINST dressed up like colored men "called" ore thront and joro cyc Economical. Louisians. to Ohio County DRINKING OF MILK When St. LduIs was founded ther'. on the fanner's wife.up When the lat- Or soothe see bruise and Ills you er :iZ- - ." r,nJ. The"allTra'Cr..tty . R.lo... hut. fcySI the glv the $1SOO It of these mounds ter refused to were twenty-seve- n bore, women killed her To Is said the Intended IJy Xuturo For Voun? Only. leading from the little city on what complete two CIHCUIT COUHT the drama a boarder at the Long since they watched o'er ydu lovwas called by scientists the "second The Spcclnllst Slates. ingly, Meets first Monday in March, May house shot tire Intruders dead h Hev-In- g bank"' of the river. They were strikAnd what would you offer if you and July; third Monday in September they were exactly as painted London, May 21. "Is there any ing parts of the landscape in the could be and fourth Monday in November: oe subject today upon which doctors neighborhood and impressed visitors V boy In that little old town once ikIrc George S. Wilson, Owsnsbfro ngree?" asks a skeptical newspaper to the place. When the city became more? Coiu'th. Atlurnc) Glover II. Cary J commenting on the advice of Dr. Ce- a small town the mounds caused it to I S. E. K1SEU. Calhoun. who has said: be called the "Mound City," altho the cil Clerk Frank Black. For Infants and Children '"Never drink milk; It Is anmuatural most of the traces of the artificial B. II. Ellis A MYSTHUY TAIL MaMcr Commissioner " Years growth or the town has obliterated In Use For Over food save for the young.'' Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichexior C ft? PJ.JL Vif h Always bears Giving his reasons for this revo- earthworks. COUNTY COUItT The proprietor of a tannery wae the lutionary opinion Dr. Convoncs first Monday in each anxious to fix a suitable sign to hie Signature of n specialist on diet, said to a ques- AIKPLAXK TRAVEL SAFE premises. Finally a happy thought month: AS TRAINS, IS CLAIM tioner: Judge R. It. Wedding. struck him. He bored a hole through XEWSIUPEH CUPPINGS "We are, the only animals In the County Att'y. Otto C. Mnrtln. the gce-poand stuck a calf's tall Paris, June 10. Figures publish Children world who drink milk after Infancy. Clerk Guy Itanney. Into It, with the tufted end outside. Forbes Magazine Th- - Soviets are After a while he saw a aolemn-fnce- d The domestic cat, It may be pointed ed htTe show that airplane travel Is Sheriff G. A. Italph; Deputies: A Safe Old Fashioned out, drinks milk afttr it has grown nearly as safe as journeying by boat near the end of their rope if they get man standing near tho door looking Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Remedy for Worms no loan. Better leave them alone. up, ' but this Is purely a domestic or train. P. Jones. at the sign. Tho tanner stopped outSeventy .fivo year contin. In the course of nearly 3,000,000 "I)o you habit. side and addressed him. j Jnllcr Nat Hudson. uouauie it the best tetti. monial FREY'S VERUIFUCE "The idea has been handed down miles covered by airplanes carrying QUAHTEHLY COUItT Washington Nws Ohio man bob- want to buy any leather?" can offer you. Convenes first Monday in each month. thru generations that milk is a good passengers nearly 120 times the dis bed his wife's hair to keep her at "No." Keep a bottle alwaya on thing to drink when you are ill. 1 tance around the world, the statis- home; hut that will only make her FISCAL COUKT "Perhaps you've got some hides to hand. It will help keep is the worst thing, and I tics point out there have been killed go out more. the little one healthy think it Convenes Tuesday after first Monsell?" persons and wounded and happy. never allow my patients to have it. only seventeen day in January; first Tuesday in "No." 30ca bottle tjour drugilrt'a or April and October, R. R. Wedding general tote; or if your dealer It causes constipation, flatulence, a only four. The total number of pasTipton Times The recent rains "What do you want, then?" can't aupplyyou,eod hit name - sengers carried since Januray 1919, dirty tongue and leads to rheuma"I am a philosopher. I've boon County Judge, presiding. and 30c in stamp and we'U along water courses are said to have Statistics were coin- end you a bottlo promptly. Hem. hpnrtnehes and tired feelings, wa s22,84L standing here for an hour trying t 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. causes ap- - piled from the reports furnished by removed everything from adjacent E.U rXEY. Eiltawt. XI. 9 Taken in excess, it often find out how that calf got thru that 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towu farms but the mortgages. six important air lines in France. pendicitls. hole." service on French Passenger air ".Nature does not Intend milk to be anl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons Providence Journal Now that the WOMAN TUHNOVEU GKEATEK tnken after the purpose for which lines which extend to England, as lth District J. R. Murphy, Fords- at Genoa are over, Vesuvllle. It was provided has been fulfilled. I far east as Poland, and Into Africa vius once more ventures to burst WILL When the New York stato commis- Clli District prefer hard food always. Frequently has increased from 1,184 in 1919 to forth with some chance of beingSam H. Holbrook, HartTAKE sion checked up 29,000 workers, half ' Bomotlmes habitually people will 15,244 passengers in 1921. One hun- ford, R. F. D. No. 4. tons of freight men and half women, it found that 0th District Mack Martin, Narrows, no whole days without hard food of dred and ninety-tw-o the "labor turnover" was 131 women any description. That, for one thing. were carried last year. It. F. D .No. 2. Charleston Gazette Tho man with to 92 men. In other words, there 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beais bad for the teeth. Celery, apples political bos in his bonnet often a woro 132 different women employed anil nther thlnes that make vou bite ANCIENT CITY'S SITE ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. A Trcalrconl stung. IS UEINO EXCAVATED gct3 for the same length of time 92 men should be on the1 table every day. BOARD OF EDUCATION SKaH3RwvLi for WEAK One reason for this in that "Nor Is milk good for the body in Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mnbon, A worked. Fort Worth LUNGS or ordinary food. It makes ' Athens, April 12. American sclen- - Brooklyn man signed the pledgo after when a woman niarriea she usually addition to Convenes First Monday in every ono fat, and a fat person can not be ' ttsts have begun excavations upon the his wife hit him over tho head with quits work, while tho man ha3to month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. Si O. C, aW09KAta1aV,9Ri9gKa&a3 CONSUMPTION and' "buckle down" with and ancient site' of Colophon, in Asia healthy." Secretary-TreasurHowovor, for roasoiiB of come back I a Minor. The work Is being conducted a hammer. a vongeanco. R. A. Owon, Chairman, Hartford, public policy, wo hesitate to recomA quick relief (or that fired, run down teellac.V tf It. F. D. No. C. Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured 'fJJjL coucbi, palm la chrtl. nlcht iweatt. hemor. s n"Tlhf Am- - mend tho treatment for genoral use. "Murphy saya ho wai In tho bigtY loci application., a they cannot reach W. It. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- - rhagei, eak lunj or coniumpllon. 1! II doca the dlaeaatd portion ol tho ear.' There la "lean Cphnnl nf filnsflral Ktmllpfl at gest battle of tho war." ' ford, R. F. D. No. 3. sol help you II colli you noising. a; only one way to cure catarrhal deafnc. A hair's Journal Providence ud that u by a conatitutionaj remedy. "Aw, bo's Mich a liar I wouldn't Nat Llndloy, Contertown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO. LOCK BOX BIO Athens, the former represented by In- Uatarrhil Deafneas It earned by an Is bald to bo .0017 of an Inch, bollovo ho was thero If I saw him COLUMBUS O.. named condition of the mucoui lining of Miss Hetty Goldman, of Bryan nlawr, breadth Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. the Eustachian Tube. When this tube la which aervoa to onipliaslzo the nar- thoro niesolf." Legion Weekly. - ,and the latter by Dr. Carl W. Blegen, inflamed jou hae a rumbling found or imClaud Ronfrow, Dundee, of Homo of our escapes. perfect hearlnr. and when It la Mitlrely Of ale. Colophon lies about hall- - rowness Unleaa the cloeed. Poeir.tu h. the rciult Examinations. InlUmmutlvn can be reduced und tlili tube iintwAt'n tjtnvrnn nml miuoquh. rtatorcil to its normul condition, hearlnir 'wa For Common School DIploimiH Wichita Eiigla If we'd cancel all Many casca of will be destroyed forever The school has awardod its two Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan of Europe's dobtu, sho could go ahead an Inflamed condition of the rnucnua annual fellowships, each carrying Deviled Spanish uary, nd Socond Friday and Satur-- I Hall a c'aturrh .Medicine acta thru and do many thlnns .among which for a year. One goes to Frankthe blood on the mucoua aurlacea of tbo May. To ayatem might bs a hlggtir, butter war than Green Olives dny InBeaver Dam bo held in Fordv ' We will give One Hundred Dollars for lin Clark Fry, of Hamilton College, vlllo, and Hartford. over before. any case of Catarrhal Drafneia that cannot Haldane and the tither to Philip be cured by Hall'a Catarrh Medicine CiFor Teachers' Certificates Third rcular free. All Drurrlnti. "Be. Dttvl, of Princeton University. Theso Here's a little Friday nnd Saturday In May, Juno . F. J. CHENEY & CO., ToladO. O. Philadelphia Lcdgor Tliero aro liors d oeuvre that and Soptember, Except notlco is, J men will reside In Athens next year spirit world, says oE i no flappers in the may bo prepared ai students of th school. given to tho contrary tho latter exliAST OF HUItOlC Conan Doyle. What do the older in a few minutes. F I.O .MOUNDS LUVIILHU about.? It's novel nnd tas- aminations wl)l be held in Hartford. Mamma Willie, did pou put your people tulk OTHER OFFICERS ty. Tho family trlbutt0n-box.uy Sua- It.- - F, Koown. 1&will enjoy it, and Tav Commissioner ? Organised laSt. LnU. Mo.. June -Tbe l.,t Columbia 'Record reeltrlfrht nil tho time. Don't Iny oS so wfll tho guests. Fordsville. right until it progreeees to days by ' Wllli-- No. the teoher MM every-- 1 bor is all loafing. It's one of those Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Fordsvll'e from work for Liv- - Vtr-La- x taking calomel when pleasnnt keeps yoa "surpriso" appe- "Representative Ira Jones, White ' on your feet, while reliovingyourtroub ln had gone up w mch thnMhey organised vhteh gave this ttr tb Louis tizers that labels M le. Safer too, and easy to take. Doitt cclU WiMU " Run. "The Mound City." 1. b New York Herald Bever.il Ilud-to- n wM your dinner tako anything else. You can't nfforU two Imj'Jtreled to make wty for an lee town have vot i not to "unique and Police JuiIh!lIAHTFOItD river it. Enminatea poisons, cleanses bvs ft J. D. Holbrook. charming:" tern and relieves constinntion.w A natbolt their hair, 1 now employ teaohers who (111 Mayor W. C. Blaakttb!p. ""Si. U.t of the old mound., which A Amertc.n-m.d- e ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura twjrtor Pit largo green olives and This is the first time (hat what, a ?Pd ,0 in its effect and certain in results. I d eggs Council L. H. BiiUoi), Secy, U,U' f girl has on the outside nf liar bead with tho yolk of U h.ve born built in nr. uvpo4 won't bo long beforo tll ar tin mixed to a paste with a little butter. mil " ItQCtKPOHT iNfeblstorie times, is about . 0 feet leo City. h.ii been put above wH.' ' h' Be completely displace calomel in overt Lay an olive on a strip of bacon, L. Green, Judge Children can tako It freely anl 3vt fv t . de. Robert ldllg spiinlslo with paprika and n tiny h'nc. in imgtb and .bout the inside ot her hed '" with porfect safoty. Every bottle gunr. ool, Lee W. PUer9on, Marshall. on her c.ipnritv to tojfh Tbt xca vat lag. forces import that pinch of mustard, roll up, fasten nnteetl. 50c and $1 in bottlos. Nodo--tKdd Gooper, Chairman. with toothpick and broil just Ions cimrt, trxQvr kuU and peculiarly conuino without the likenoE3 nndBigrW VW FOR FLETCHER'S W. H. Blaokbiirn, Oierk. shaped peObles are found In the Uiro of L. IC GriiiLby. For salcby r Pennington Banner TNre are enough to crisp tho bacon. 'Servo on toust tinkers. Stllll Maion, Treasurer. have which in times r -- wounds, more good women lu tu uUd than $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald . tclo-pho- Eieeiiid !f for kidneyiliver and stomach trouble: Every Woman Wanit two-thir- f cock-roac- DIRECTORY fW" 1 Webb-Johnso- CASTOR 30 A ffi 3i 3N Mothers use f Webb-Johnso- n, C&fMu st vermiru ae For the S3 rsri m n. fire-wor- ks -- - YOU. OUR i 33 GERMINAL REMEDY Star-Telegra- m S7 I er XJS?. " FOR tON MONTH USE LI V-VER-- $1,-'00- 0' For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. 4 T ":.:.",;,": .. ."";; J at frvW J"" "?' 11 ".?, t har,d-boile- Oliilclren Cry i v. CASTORIA llttlo inoro than 10 per cent o( (ho parsons, liltfon, death from snake V'i hltes is quite rare, According to tho ..j.....- HloloRlcal Survey of tho United States Pullet Lay Sooner If Given Care. If these calves are developed Into well Department of Agriculture, because Lexington, Ky., June 10. IMH- - n'n"neu uany neevos beroro the fall Uutlvoly few persons encounter or lets which arc given proper care and ,nI" n"d hows, B. s. Good, head of nro bitten by tho dangerous species. attention during the stimnror will ,ns' nnlmal husbandry departmont of j The most venomous of our native College of Agriculture, has point- - snakes live In lonely, little-settle- d start laying at least threo months r than thoso which aro given "d out. soin. districts, often on stony or swnmpy "Grass alone or grass nnd clover jian(i thit can not Ijj cultivated. avenge farm enre, according to J. H. poultry oxtonslon Mioc'allst of nro among the best feeds to bo used tally they disappear at the approach the Collotio of Agriculture. Most pul' '" Stowing and fattening a baby lieif 0f man. and while they may strike If lets ran on the furms of Kantucky 'as ,,,e' "U,H to mnko cheap gains, provoked, the popular belief in reTaW tIle nnlmnl out In good Rpect start laying when tltoy aro about ten t,ie to the distance they can strike months oldln.splto of tho fact that a flhn" nml kceP 't healthy. Altho p erroneous. Three-fourtof their small amount of attention and euro BrtIM n,"lle wll not fatten a young 0Wn length Is about the greatest dls- would bring thorn Into laying when ,,!,,' ,)ee, Srass siipplmuented with tnnce possible. If the legs are well ahoy are from six to even- - months Rrnln ' a fattening ns well as a protected when one Is going into Did. Q ttlng eggs three months Browing feed. deep woods or places known tobo in"Karly In tho season, corn alone fested by rattlers or other poisonous earlier nt a time when ogg prlcos nro likely to bo high is nn important fac- - w,th sr0M will give good results but snakes, there is slight chance of bematures during the ing bitten. tr.r In Increasing tho profits from ns t,ie the flock, Mr. Smyth has pointed out. Is,lninier nn1 its Protein content be-"- It As tho food of snakes consists of it Is best to feed living prey .they can not bo killed by is Important that tho growing comes smaller, utock hi separated from tho rest of 'mv oa, or harley and oil meal with poisoned baits. The only method the flock and placed on range in or- -, tho corn- Tll cnl' should receive thus far devised to kill them seems nntl pounds of grain to bo clubbing or shooting. This Is der that It will have a chance to lt also is advisable mlxture n lla' toT ovorv 1Q0 pounds best done in early spring, when they yvelop normally. to separnto tho cockerels from the of "ve weight, are still sluggish after the winter hi"""r.lng June, the calf can bo start-mine- bernation. Allowing hogs free run pullets as soon as they can be deter- -' of a pound of oil of Infested land may reduce- th9 numOnly thoso cockerels which C(l on purposes !,nonl " ln' ,n nls ration, this amount ber of snakes. However, the popular r- needed for breeding should be kept. The pullets should being, gradually Increased until by Idea that hogs are Immune to snake Ju,y ,he calt ls receiving ono and bo placed on range whore there Is bite Is probably based on the Impenegood colony ha,r I'ountls of the meal with all the trability by the venomous fangs of of shade nnd a from bad &rnin no w,n clean liouso to protect them their thick skin and fat layer rather ' "A sraln mixture Is made up than on actual Immunity of these aniThis liouso should be well ventilated and.afford protection from of follr I,ar,s of ground corn, three mals. rats, wenslcs and other small animals. Parts of sround oats or barley, two Tho varieties most commonly-foun- d ono an'l In this country nro tho Elapldae, or It is ess ntlal that tho pullets have l'arts ofr bran 11 moal b' weight." be- - Parl Harlequin snakes, and the Crotalldae plenty of room In tho house .this ; lng especially true In the fnll when j or "pit vipers," which Inplude rattleover crowding on cool nights Is apt MolMurc Capacity of .Soil Increased snakes, cotton-mout- h water moccasins, and copperheads. to start an outbreak or roup. ,ty organic Matter. "A balanced ration fed thruo.it tho , aMMm tQ tQQd summer helps rt. pullets to grow The Orchestra Man Isn't that new u npn)vlR its texture, organic matter, supplied by green-- ; piece of yours very much like Chotrymen of tho State havo found that manure crops, stable manure, or in pin's "Funoral March?" best r suits are obtained when a regu. any other form, adds greatly to the The Composed Most lively. Them lar laying ration is used. A good' moisture-holdin- g capacity. It has cheap guys are always swiping from mash for this purpose can bo made been shown, says tho United States us successful song-h- it writers. of 100 pounds of bran, 100 pounds of Department of Agriculture, that short". 200 pounds of corn meal and whllo 100 pounds of sand can hold are cooporating Idaho counties 100 pounds of tankage or,meat scrap. only 25 pounds of 'water and 100 with the Biological Survey of the Thl? should te kept before tho birds pounds of clay 50 pounds, tho same United States Departmont of Agricul-tui- o r. They al- weight at all Units in a rri exterminating tho ground of humus. or decaying organic INCORPORATED so .should be given ns much grain as squirrel, and are providing $22,219 iuattervvlll hold 190 pounds. thpy eat of the dray mash. If plenty Clay soil containing organic mat- 10 for tho work. of sour sklmmilk or buttermilk Is ter is more friable than similar soil available, tankage or moat scrap can without organic matter. When the The , iceless rofrlgerator was debe left out of the mash, in addition organic matter is entirely removed veloped by extension workers as a tdthe grain and mash, ground lime- the clay remains compact during convenience for use' In hot, dry stone or oyster shell, some form of freezing and thawing. When tho or- home It difficult to secure grit and plenty of fresh water should ganic matter is roturnod the soil climates where is ice. A report has been received by lie kept before the birds at all time. crumbles lifter freezing, just as the tho United States Department of while the actiial kill of rabbits original soil. Agriculture showing how the prin- many department men are doing .MRiblng-Of- f So Profitable Winners Not only do tho higher plants ciple of the tceles3 rofrlgerator has tlve work on committees In making wore not large, the saving' of future . grow better In n soil rich In organic been successful1 applied by a Wy preparations. The place of meeting crops was very Important. This ls ..Will Try It Again. an irrigated district that is c6ming A lamblng-of- f demonstration in La matter, but the activities of tho soil oming woman florist to keeping cut has noTyXt'been selected. Eminent authorities from all parts Into heavy production, and the rab-o- f Porte County, Ind., proved to success- bacteria aro largely dependent on flowers In good condition. the world will take part In the bits do a great- - deal of damage. year that plans have been the supply of decaying vogetable matful last wldch ls designed to touch More than 27S300 rabbits have been made for a similar one this y:ar, says ter. These bacteria need food atirt Much of the 1922 wool clip will program, a report ri calved, by the United Statos air. Their food is th- - dead vegeta- bo graded In accordance with tent- on every phase of the Industry from destroyed during the Oregon cam Department of Agrclulture. Last ble matter, which thoy break down ative grades for wool Initiated by production to consumption that will paigns. In Boxpl'der County, Utah, extenyear a field "was' planted to tend muko available to the higher the Bureau of Markets and Crop Es- - be of Intorest to the people of many Tho selection of speakers sive operations were carried on In corn and Ito San soy beans. The plants. Moat beneficial bacteria use tlmates.t United Statos Departmen countries. gen-or- al five communities, and practically evbean seed for all but C acres was in- air, and this they find more abun of Agriculture. In practically all and topics Is in tho hands of a program committee, headed by ery community that undertook the dantly. In a toll supplied with or- sections of the country where InvesTho beans wero planted oculated. with a soy-boattnehmout on the ganic matter than in stiff clays poor tigations have been made and grading L. A. Rogers, director of the dairy re- work in a systematic way obtained corn planter nt the rate of G pounds in It. In sandy soils there Is. enough. demonstrations conducted it ls plan- - search laboratory of the Department very satisfactory results. More than proThe four-pa- rt 250,000 rabbits were killed In this but tho addition of humus helps to I ned to grado and market wool coop of Agriculture. ra an acre. gram tentatively decided upon will county alone. In checking up tho nnd so benefits the eratively this year. When tho corn and boans matur- hold molsturo embrace research and education, In central Washington district a total of ed, 300 lambs, purchased for 5G.65 bacteria as Well as the h'igher plants. economics, regulation and 155,500 rabbits were reported In n hundred pounds, were turned Into Go cm anient Hunter Makes Record United States spent ?COO,000.-00- 0 dustry and' Tho control, and national health. Subcom- six counties as having been killed Kill in Colorado lambs wore sold harvest thorn. The for roads In 1021, according to More predatory anunais were mii- - estimates of the Bureau of Public mittees for arranging the program between November and February. for 110.25 a hundred pounds, with a total profit of $SCG. After the od in Colorado during tho month of Bonds, United States Department of for these four divisions will be head- This ls the most successful campaign respectively, by Prof. C. H. Eck-le- s, ever conducted In the State. lambs wore removed from the field April than In any other month this Agriculture. This Bum was derived ed, of the University of Minnesota; 30 bushels of corn wero pick- - e.ir. according 'to reports recolved from the following sources: , Local about TO DO WHE.WOX ed up and some hogs nnd other llvo by the United States Department of road bonds, 33 per cent; county, O. F. Hunzlker, 'Blue Valley Cream- WHAtT XOT A' BIIID OR GA3IE PRESERVE One Biological Survey township, and district taxes, assess- ery Co., Chicago; Fred Rasmussen, stock turned in to clean up the re- - Agriculture. In connection with the adnjlnls- hunter In that district has a record of ments, and appropriations, 14 per secretary of agriculture for Pennsyl mainder. preserves The growth of .beans on tho G acres 14 wolves, 125 coyote pups, 125 un- cent; State taxes and appropriations, vanlanla; and Prof H. C. Sherman, tration of bird and game under the Biological Survey, the fol- coyotes, 32 coyote females, sev- Columbia University, plantod with unlnoculated seed was bora 12 p:--r cent; State road bonds, 7 per Secretary of Agriculture Wallace is lowing acts on reservations have been docidedly Inferior to tho remainder of oral males and several mountain cent; motor vehicle license revenues, Cattlemen who have been suf- - 19 per cent; Federal aid, 14 per cent; honorary president of the association, forbidden by the Secretary of Agrl-tho field. The demonstration this lions. W. Larsen, chief of the Dairy DI culture, under date of May 4: Enter-vlsioyear will be tho third ono of this ferlng heaVy losses In tho Divide and miscellaneous sources, 1 per cent. ' and B. H. Rawl, former chief, lng any game inclosure without per- country from predatory animals are kind on the one farm. Tho first mls3lon; carrying firearms without heartily with Federal aro honorary vice presidents. ,."Dhly 1G0 lambs, wero fed on the de- - cooperating Arizona Uoys'win Prizes KIUIhk permission; permitting dogs to run monstratlo'n plat, but a profit satis- - hunters in getting rid of wolves and Gophers. GOVERNMENT HUNTER KILLS at large; settfng fires; cutting, dam- fdctory to the owner was made on coyotes. A contest In which 1,135 boys of killers, DESTIIUCTIVE WOLF aging, or removing timber or trees;' ' j Quo family of, notorious thorn. Maricopa County, Ariz., participated fe- allowing domestic animals to enter consisting of au old malowolf, a recently resulted In the Willing of mal- - nnd thcIr annual croj. of pup- Another notorious wolf has been J without permission; and Injuring or, Vftibyllccf Work Attracts .Many i 30,000 pocket gophers. more than GO per pies, was killing from lied by a hunter cf the Biological destroying signs, fences, or other itov ... oirfn. The contest was conducted by tho cent of the calves on some ranges Itloloeical Survey of tho TinHpii! Survey of tho United States Depart- - property of the United States. Lexington, Ky., June 10. HunW tV was so se- -' This wolf, of Agriculture, ment of Agriculture. dreds of Kentucky farm boys nnd a near Denequo. Tho loss States Department Von the Relief of Rheumatic Pains. vero that stockmon had decided not few farm girls who are members of University of Arizona cooperat- whllo not so famous as the. Custer. eltlrt tho 111. wnen you nave suuness aim sore-- ! ll..in ....... Tw.iott nn nM.r kiilnr of tho f l a" junior agricultural clubs tills year are w... ing. Tho Interest and cooperation season, necauso iney cuuiu not eu more ' ncss of tho muscles, aching Joints and devotlng much of their spare time valley add West, was nevertheless known nd It difficult to move without pain - of tho business men of the to fattonlug calves for numerous the Increase from the wolves. Boun- ed greatly to tho success of the cam- than locally as. a very destructive .. ty hunters wor able occasionally to ..' l"u "-- " animal. He Is said to have rangcttl"' baby beef club contests to he held In paign. through Taney and Ozark Counties, wn Chamberlain's Liniment. It will parts of tho State in the fall, clean out tho wholps, but the old pair invarious Each boy was given a trap and reports from various sources Indi- persistently eluded capture until this structed as to Ihe.most effective way Mo., as well as In Boone and Marlon relieve the pain and make rest and sleap possible. Biological Survey man cate Considerable enre In feeding April, when a pocket Counties, Ark., and to havo destroyed of catching tho, destructive was sent to DeBenue. He found the many thousands of dollars worth of and management will hf necessary gopher. The total cqst of this huge QUAIL ARRIVE IN wolf don and succeeded in killing n cows MKXIPAN catch .was $178, or about half a cent live stock, Including LARGEST NUMBERS SINCE JOIO six puppies. Tho seventh puppy was nor irnnlmr. Under tho old County and steers, during a period of at d The trail thes'n rodents would havo cost i least six years Art You An Ailing Woman? trappedold few days later. miles south Between January 28, and April 20, wolves led for of the 4 tho county $1,800 at 5 conta each. the closing date for the season of Here is Most Vital and Important of DoBeque, then turned uorth and In addition It la ostlmutcd that the entry of Mexican quail. 37,853 quail! ' over Into (larfleld County. Advico 3C.O0O pocket gophers would havo wero entered at tho ports In Texas,, FOR FLETCHER'S Traps wero set along the trail, and Joncslwro, N. C. "At ono timo I was and damaged fruit trees, ditches This is the largest number since ship-- i tho old male was finally caught in fields to the extont of nt least $10,-00- 0 tipgreatly distressed and liad to walk nients began In 1010. Of these, 9,- toe for fear of iarriug myself. Tho ono of them about IS miles north of a year. If thoy had not beon killS 773 were entered at Brownsville; organic trouble. doctor said I hau nn Grand Junction, or 50 miles from the EXTENSIVE DRIVES AGAINST Ho doctored mo for that and I received original deri at DoBeque. Two weeks ed. at Laredo; and 12,772 at Eaglo 6omo relief from his medicine, enough JACK RABBITS IN FAU WEST Pass. The Bureau oft Biological Surinvitations to send delegates to the bo I could do a littlo work in tho house. Inter the female was trapped In the World's Dairy Congress, to be held vey of tho United States Department two years I suffered with that same locality.' Both animals wore but for A total of 683,800 jack rabbits of AgrlcultUro reports that most of awful 'achy' pain. Finally, a friend about 15 years old. The femalo had In the fall of 1923, havo just been by the United States to tho Gov- killed Is reported by. the Biological these birds were shipped to Kentucheard of my illness, and told mo what ,06t one o tP- - sent foot; I",es'aul' in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription had ernments of about 50 foreign coun- Survey of tho United States Depart- ky, Maryland, nnd Pennsylvania, and dono for her, and I decided I would try The pelt of tho mala was more than tries. A united effort is boing made ment of 'Agriculture, as a result of distributed through the gamo comit. Tho first few doses helped me, and 0 feot long. by nil branches of the dairy Industry campaigns this spring in missions for propagating purposes. tho timo I had taken two bottles I bv In this country to nnko tho meeting Utah, Oregon, and other Interested t.y began to feel all right again. I bavo Quail disease appeared at Laredo ; great faith iu Dr. Picrco's Favoritb Death From Snake Rites Ktiro In U. a success. Tho Ur,'ted States Departpersons and aro considered conser- about Fobruary 23, and 599 birds Prescription." Mrs. Hannah McCain. S., Figures Show. ment of Agriculture Is cooporating vative. Probubly a great many mora woro placed In quarlntlne, but with Get Fuvorito Prescription at onco from Althmich tho avoratco 'mortality with tho Worlds Dairy Cpngress As- - rabbits wero killed than wero actually thla oxeptlon few lujsgos your nearest druggist, iu cither liquid or occured from American vonomous snakes Is soclatlon In every way possible and reported. In the Gooso Lake Vulloy, I from the disease. On the wholo, tho .tablet form, FARM DEPARTMENT. n J'" 44 I 'e ' Usu-Smlt- h. GALLON US 1 ' ' sss one-four- th dc-!o- ' fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. d. one-four- th - one-plen- ty sl1 BLA1TZ DEEDS, MORTGAGES, a, IN STOCK. If ad one-four- th You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. i Hartford Printing Company KENTUCKY solf-feode- HARTFORD, ' -- g., reason has been one of the most successful In recent years. J 3M-M- M m j 30-nc- re an 4 $ 2 Pains Were Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, Biuford, 111., got rid of I her ills. ''During was awfully weak . . . My pains were terrific. 1 thought ! would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so severe I could pressure of not stand the my hands on the lower of my stomach . . . Fart felt as if life was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try, ... j C. n. ye-a- r TAKE 30.-OO- O i CARDUI The Woman's Tonk "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate," adds Airs. Gregory. "I continued to get better, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . trouble" m wlth n0 urlher fat and My baby was H H strong, and myself thank God am once more hale EL,!" and hearty, C3n walk mil:s, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. , ti---- Mr . full-grow- 8 Oliil&ren Ory CASTO R 'A mm 15,-40- 8 B H .V jack-rabb- it ft Take Cardui .82 HW 1 1 Indicated in conferences KinIGHTS PYTHIAS that d.clsion on tho question IN CONVENTION Muscle Shoals might bo hold up Louisville. Juno 13. The opening gtsslon of the nnimnl meeting of the Kentucky Grand Lotlgo of Knights of Pythias this morning nt the Hotel Henry Wntterson was devoted to receiving reports of last year's business from the officers of the lodge. More than 300 members of tho order nnd of the Khora&sans, n rank In the lodge similar to that of the Shrlners In the Masonic fraternity, were present today. According to officials as many votaries will bo received into the Khorassans tonight. Aftor the ceremonial of receiving the votaries, which Is to be held in tho ball room of tho hotel, there is All votaries wear to be. a banquet. their fez, from' morning until midnight. A new temple of the Pythian Sisters was initiated before the convention opened, tho work being done by Esther Temple Nd. G, Newport. A memorial service Is to bo held tonight By the Pythian sisters. with them of to BEADS ODDLY .STRUNG' (D , D Claire.) I see Fluke is spending tho week Loulsvlllo nnd I shall expect an unusually good Issue of the can Friday. In I Features of entertainment for the knights includo an outing this afternoon, a fancy drill at the Hotel tonight and a river excursion on the Steamer East St. Louis tomorrow, under the auspices of Louisville visiting , Lodge No. 25G. The officers of tho Grand Lodge are: J. L. Anderson, Manchester, White L. Moss, grand chancellor; rinoville, grand vice chancellor; E. preG. Pormann, Louisville, grand Lexington, grand late; J. W. Carter, keeper of records and seal; E. P. Eubank, Bowling Green, grand master Nlchols-villof exchequer; n. M. Hunter. master-at-armJ. B. grand Dunkle, Covington, grand Inner guard nnd George Orwin, Somerset, grand outer guard. . . DEATH TOLL MAY NUMBER SEVENTY e, s; missing. Police launches continued to grapple today for bodies of those lf.lt st'41 missing after . the storm Long Island Sound oft fliy. Island strewn .with wrecked and capsized boats. IsAt least forty visitors to City In the disaster land were drowned and the police are convinced that ho death list will reach as high as sevenThe Bronx grand jury has started an investigation of the wreck of the ferrls wheel at Clason's Point, in which seven were killed and forty other visitors seriously Injured. Tho owner, arrested after the tragedy, will face the grand Jury today. The property damage resulting Into from the twisting winds runs Electric light and power millions. as the lines were destroyed for miles bearing tho cables snapped in poles glass the blast. Tho loss from plate Tom by tho Black Is only exceeded to insurance explosion, according companies covering such risks. Freak stunts of the storm constantly appear. A roof from a church in by Yonkers was lifted off tho edifice and dropped into tho gusts of wind tlie street upon a passing automobile containing five persons, but none was York, Juno 13. The death resulting from tho cyclonic storm list way that smashed and swirled its through New York and suburbs Sunday evening continues tc grow. Tho forty-fivknown dead now total persons reported with sixteen other New e, hurt. MUSCLE SHOALS ISSUE LEFT UP TO CONGRESS Washington, Juno 13. Declaring to exho had "never found anything in favor of propaganda ceed tho -, Ford," Chairman Norris of the Senduring a ato Agriculture Committee, hearing today on various proposals asfor development of Muscle Shoals, understand "why serted that he could miltho people who expect to make and speculatlions selling real estate ing at Muscle Shoads, want Mr. Ford's proposal accopted." The committeo chairman declared that "thore aro people right now running for Congress on tho Ford proposition" and that it was impossible "to run for offico in Alabama unless you aro for Ford." Wushlngton. June 13. President Harding has taken no position with of Muscle ,oa,inM n ii miestion Congress Shoals, and feels that have a freo hand In tho mat-to- r, should It was authorltatlvoly said today tho White House. at it was added, Tho Prosldent, opposes or supports tho offer neither of Henry Fordfor lease and purchase of tho Muscle Shoals properties, feeling that in this mattor as In tho whole question it is a matter on which Congress should piss. Mr. Hurding, it was said further, fully realizes tho for tho futuro great possibilities good of the country bound up in tho Alabama properties. The views of tho President wero set forth today in connection with tho statements of some House members to the effect that Mr. Harding bad . -- -- rritAOAC ia man; laf In wit taliml tfl( f lid Utc mnnv uimiuDMin. tors in Louisville this week. Among i to the President ng to when and how (hem best known to Hartford people it might bo taken up by the House. are Wllburn Tlnsley and Mrs. Claude Mr. Mondell added that he had mere- Blankenshtp. ly Informed tho President tint committee reports In tho bill had been The last report I had from Arthur filed with the House. Kirk was that his wife had told the doctor that unless Arthur was removNOTICE al from amonc that big bunch of nrettv nurses he would go stone All persons having claims against blind the estate of W. i uean, aeceaseu, or I always thought pretty well of Dellla Bean, deceased, will present the same to me as the undersigned Joe Wilson, but It was ft mean trick Administrator of 'each of said estates nf him to co and build a butcher or to Barnes & Smith, Attorneys at snop rlglit over the ladles' Lilly Law, of Hartford, Ky., properly prov Pond. en, on or before Aug. 1, 1022, or the same will be forever, barred. Any Fluke Is behaving pretty,well. conperson Indebted to either of the sidering, but it he wasn't I wouldn't above estates, either by r.oto or ac- tell anything on him, after having catch count, will please come forward and him out at the house. settje the same at once. him flirting with a married woman 51t4 In the lobby of the Watterson hotel, This June 14, 1922. U. S. CARSON, Admr., and the Missus said ho showed the of W. F. Bean and Dellla Bean, finest table manners she ever saw a Deceased. mau with so red a fnci but of I don't them Is just ' course nothln serious trifles. and It HERBERT on him, know I did I wouldn't tell it. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Miller and I resolutely refuse to take sides Miss Mattie Barnett were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers, Sunday. In the feud between my two good Mr. and Mrs. George- - Holland were friends. F. Fluke and A. Cox, but the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle after reading recent spats one with tho other I conclude that Fluke re Floyd, Sunday. Miss Elena Mllllgan spent tho week gards Cox as a mighty poor Judg- of relatives in good lltprature. end with friends and Fordsvllle. There Is nothing like mixing with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and clilV 3nmaran? a dren attended church at Hayncsvllle, the mighty multitude to give one Only the QUESTIONS his nothingness. Sunday night. notion of MIsshs Vlrgie Mae and Nina Bur- - other day a solicitor approached me and Bible Answers thildrwi dette were tho guests of their cousin, with a request that I subscribe tor It rrnnU will Dwr Aniwrr,lt-npro- a look op e, ndmeinortzthUible my own paper. Miss Daisy Belle Hobbs, of Haynes-vllla prkelcu beriUg to Item In mtUt jeut. Sunday . Missus McPheag says If the price Mr. and Mrs. Abo Howe and little were the guests of washing had gone up according to daughter, Louellen, worWhat Is an ornament of grace to of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Corley, Sun- that of liquor she wouldn't have the passage of the Vol the neck of a child? Proverbs 1:8-- 9. ried about day. was the stead act. Buddy's health requires a Miss Elizabeth House What is promised to children who guest of friends and relatives In liberal allowance of liquor, and she obey their parents? Eflns.lan.5 6 3 Is finding it mighty hard now to the past week. Which is the Fifth Commandment? R. Skinner were make both ends meet. Exodus? 20:12. Mr. and Mrs. W. In A'lial war Is there no discharge? guest3 of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brun-ne- r, I am flgnrln on dropping into Sunday. Eoclesiastes 8:8. An oil well will be opened on tho Hartford August 12, at about four in Wha is the royal law James tho afternoon to remain a week, farm of Ed Barker, Tuesday. loafln' about the Republican office. Whicli Is tho Sixth Commandment? 'i I am glvln' yiis advance notico of my Exodus 20:13. "WORK LEGISLATIVE FranK Wal What did tho Apostle Paul say to IS RECORDED coming so as Jim Carter, lace. DUlls Ward. Bill iveene, ruu the Phillipplans about right thluk-Ing- ? my other friends who Phillppians 4:8. Frankport Ky., June 13. Ken- - Stevens, and give me tobacco can be going to new are had eighty-fotucky Ninety ready for the occasion. PRACTICAL POINTEK3- days ago at midnight getting It laws the 1922 General Assembly ended COOLSPRING Expert cooks like to boll potatoes At that hour all measures except Inside a "wire basket in a tattle of carrying emergency clauses those not Sunday school and singing Is pro- convenient size. When done the Senate bills became laws. Fifty-fou- r gressing nicely. spuds are lifted out and, stllL in the and thirty House bill were among" Mrs. Mollle Hlnes, who has been wire basket, placed for a few minutes the new laws. seriously ill with pneumonia is bet- in tho oven with the do'orv ajar. Tills Amone the most Important meas ter at this writing assures dellciously flaky, mealy poures becoming laws wero the Smith- Mr. and Mrs. Estel McConnel ana- tatoes. Minor eeneral registration law; tlie tii . am vtsitinc ' n,uFrin ' Medicine stains on silver spoons , .v.,- - nr.. . ., . o ill. 1,111 Innronalnir thfi DOWerS Of oiiui.il " ' can be removed by rubbing with a friends and reiauvos m iw t u.....-..uanruuui nnmtvileotnn tlin unlty the state n rag dipped in diluted sulphuric acid. n.mrips hill fixing the' legal school "Mrs. Deusla Swain Is the guest of Afterwards thoroughly wa3h spoon months; Brignt loau term at seven her sister, Mrs. Ida Brown, at In soapsuds. limit bill; Bright bill requiring mo- this week. Cut off feet of an old pair of woolbo equipped with rearand nr- - otwI Mr. Marvin Hlnes tor trucks to en stockings, draw one end over tho making view mirrors; Watts bill daughter have returned to their other, fold and sew up one end, and train wrecking in which persons are Rockport, after being at the you have a good polishing mtt. killed murder; Perry bill repealing glde of Mf H,neg motheri wno 1 seriousIy ill. the first class city housing law; Be and job ifARDING WANTS bill exempting newspaper Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Render and BONCS BILL UP nrintine nlants from local taxation, children of Herrln, III.,' wero the syn ulster, Mrs. Moss bill modifying the criminal - guests of Mrs. Render's Washington, June 13. Senate Redicalism law; Perry bill for eiiuunaHedger. last week. Bgn Woodburn vislt- - publican leaders opposing tho plan of tlon of grade crossings in Louisville; and Mra Chairman McCumber of tho Finance Davls bill appropriating sji.uuu ior Rocknort Sunday West Kentucky Normal ocnooi JIrg 0Us Rock and chll. Commlttee'to sidetrack: tho tariff bill the far tho soldiers' bonus have the sup(negro) at Paducah, and Watts Din dren w(jre guest3 of Mrs nock-appropriating $10,000 for the Homo parentS( Mf ana jira Arthur MiHer, port of President Harding. Tho Ex. ecutive, It was stated officially today, n ma Sunday lui lLn In Aiii.ltllnfl ..'-- g stamp bill Vernon, of at tho Whlto House, regards tariff The McCaw Master Wlllto Martin already Is under litigation In Coving- Rockport, is visiting his uncle, Mr. legislation as most important and worthy of tho undivided Attention of ton and It Is expected to bo attacked Ben Woodburn, this week. suits. Trading in a number of other Mr. and Mrs. Cephas Raymer are tho Senate. Plans for consideration of the bostamp companies, contend it is uncon- proud parents of a baby girl, born nus stilt are very Indefinite, but thoy stitutional. Sunday. may take shape after tho return hwe general registraTho Smith-MinMassachusetts, tho Republican leaSOME KNOW EVERYTHING tion UIU also Is expected to bo attackChairman Lasker of the U. S. ship- der. Somo loaders'doslre that a pared soon. It has been stated that a suit would be brought, but Just when ping board said In a Washington ad- ty conference pass upon tho question or by whom has not been announced. dress: "Some of the critics of tho of tho right of way as between tho shipping board understand tho work two bills, bnt should such a conferAnother measure passed by the but not listed among the bills of the board so thoroughly, and this ence be culled, proponents of tho that become effectlvo today Is the work Is In their opinion so .simple bonus aro expected to make a fight Simmons Highway Department r and ensy, that when I listen to them agalnsts delaying Senate action on matron. that measure. Senator McCumber measuro. This would I remember a certain-youn- g ganization "A great banker satd to this young has given notice that he will call up become effectlvo on January 1, 1923, If nnliol.l liv Hlft rniirlR .DOVOmOr nmlonn "I am ashamed of my fail- - tho bill in the near futuro. , . ... - - . I -'l Soma loaders said today there wns to Keep aoreasi ui iiiuueru ci- -j laiorrow reruseu eiiucr io vmu uiprove the bill when It was presented oncfft Tako tho electric light, for In a probability that tho bill would be to nun aim tno Laeuionaui uovcmui .Btanco; i naven i me jeasi iuea nun called up tho latter part of next week until an agreement was reached refusal to sign It, asserting that It It works." was an appropriation bill and did not "Tho young matron gave him a in party conforenco to defer action. proposals Meantime, subsequent A law- patronizing smile. 'Why,' sho said, receive tho legal majority. suit In exported nnd on tho decision 'It's very simple really. You Just for the amended house bonus bill are of tho Court of Appeals will depond i press a button, and the light comes being put forward. The latest was whether or not the measure becomes on that's all there Is to it.'" Ar- - offered today by Senator Ladd, Republican, North Dakota. It would gonaut. effectlvo. 1 A the present. These samo statements were referred to in tile House by Representative Garrett of Tennessee, acting Democratic Leader.and Representative Mondell of Wyoming, the Republican leader In that connection told the Hottso that the President had never expressed an opinion to mm as to action by Congress on pending bills for disposal of the Muscle Shoals nitrate plant. Mr. Mondell said that at the White House Conference yesterday he had briefly referred to Muscle Shoals, but THE NEW SUPERIOR viiariiu vvuuuhib im in uie reports a drought in Daviess conn- ty. I'm not much surprised at It, for that territory was beginning to get pretty dry when I loft there, two years ago, c; CHEVROLET ! I I'd The most economical automobile on the market today. The lowest priced, fully equipped automobile made. Let US show you1 this New Superior Chevrolet at our Garage or at your home. If you are thinking of buying a car, see the Chevrolet first. Wallace, Taylor & Morris, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 8 v ro 2:-8- -9 ur i- . , -- ,' y, provldo for a1 cash bonus to bo paid Taffy. Mr, Newcomb Is very ill at by tho l&ne of $2,600,000,000 or less, present. of I gal tender treasury notes to be Miss Versa Newcomb will return to Hartford tho last of tills week, afretired aver a period of twenty-fiv- e years out of proceeds from special ter pending two wciRs with her taxes on banks and Interest received parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L. L. New- from the foreign indebtedness. comb, of this place. Senator Ladd's plan contemplates t a tax on all banking Institutions hav MOTHER CONFUSES TWINS ing n capital stoc of $100,000 or I more equal to fifty per cent of tho! In Baltimore, Edwin Goslortwskl's profits in excess of twelve per cent mother was so interested in another and nil other tnxc3, any deficiency ( woman's hat that sho left him on a. to I.a mn4a trn mtl nf tlin fmlnrnl ' street car. But she also had Milton MW V W.W 1UUU WW VM U.M. treasury, Goslorowski, Edwin's twin brother, waltlngat home for her. Before she OLATOX could toil the police which twin was lost sho had to ask Milton which of Mrs. Claud Qulssenberry and little the two he was. Mrs. Goslorowski daughter, Evelyn, are visiting Mrs. can't tell her twins apart or together; Qulssenberry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. they haTO to tell her. John Gathers: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faught of Bea- VOLCANO'S FUMES MAY BE USED COMMERCIALLY ver Dam, were In town Sunday. Mr. and Mts. Mac Cook, of HartHonolulu, T. H., May 10. Borings Cook's son, Ray, ford, are visiting-Mr-. Into the volcano of Kllauea, on the Isthis week. Mr. Leslie Miller Is at home, spend land of Hawaii, which are scheduled to begin this month, possibly may re- ing his vacation. ' . ...a. . Un f It.... Ik. nnnKA .t,t,n..n mm e saes .ui mc j,ucuwmo-ma- n, Mr. and Mrs. man Miner, oi par-- . non may be utilized for commercial Oklai, are vlsftfne their purposes In much the same way as a ents, at this place. Mr. and Mrs. community near Florence, Italy, do- Mrs. Lizzie Miller and W. B. McDaniel and Mr. A. R, Stone, rives much of Its electric power from Dr. Immanuol a volcano nearby, of Hartford wero In town JJonday, A. W. Qulssenberry spont Monday Friedlaender, Itallah volcanologlst, said hero upon his arrival to study In Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Ethel Daniel and Mr. Kllauea and tho extinct craters on and Mrs. M. C. Stone went to Louis- this island. Dr. FrledlaendtT Is connected with ville on the I. C. Excursion Sunday. Payton and children, the Volcanologlcal Institute at NaMrs. Cqrtus Ha- who have been living at Ilsloy, Ky., ples. Tills is his fourth trip to having been past few months, are visiting Mrs.! wall, previous visits tho Payton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat- - mado in 1892, 1893 and 1907. His prlmarrpurposo In tlw present stud- terson.'thls week. ; Mr - ... ..... Tom Pavtnn. . who has been les Is to ascertain th changes that working with Bond Bros., at Ilsley, havetaken place In Kllauea since his Ky. for some time,, is at- - homo this last investigation. ui weefr. i " anti-tradin- I FOR BIG The I. C. R. R. Tie Inspector wa3 FAIR AT OWENSBORQ Tuesday. hero T. L. Dugan and Charlie Faught Qwensboro, Ky June 15 Prehavo gorfe to Dennfteld, where they parations are being made for tho have jobs. holding of the biggest fair and raco meeting in the history of Qwensboro. SINGING CONVENTION NOTICE It will bo held under the auspices of ji o or re-o- -- ,- -- I Fa,r ndn av'ess , The Ohio County Singing Conven-!11,- ? cU 'ame. 0( J- meet at the Ohio County ,f,on' will Messen-.- .. nslng Htor ot 4th.jt0tt' Fair GroundH at Hartford, July . (lser, is secretary. Tho dates aro i mo m .i. iuUlj All IIIO BlllBlllB m Sept., starting on Labor Day, aro earnestly urged to be present. and running six days aid six nights. HORACE TAYLOR, Sect. Announcement was made today that United States Senator A. Q. Stanley, WASHINGTON. of Kentucky, had accepted an Invitation to come from Washington and Tho children's day ( program was deliver an nddress on Labor Day, the nicely rendered here Sunday. A large first day of tho fair. The Owonsbo-r- o crowd was present. Everyone had Derby will also be run on Labor plenty to eat, and was nicely enter- Day. Somo of the highest class'nt-tractlohelp of Nocreok Suntained with the In the country have already day School pupils. been booked for the fair. Tho several sick folks In this There are fair will follow the fair at vicinity at tho tlmo of this writing, Lexington and Hopklnsvlllo and la are In a serious condition. but none the week preceding the atato fair at Mrs. Matilda Tlnsley, of Hartford, Louisville. spent from Saturday until Tuesday with her son. O. R. Tlnsloy and Mrs. Tho American liner St. Louts had Tlnsley, of this place. tho first wireless In November, 1899. MrH. W- - F. Newcomb and' children, Death Volley, Cal., now produces Tracy and Robblo Dell, of this place, spent Tuesday with Mra. Nowcombs 20,000,000 pounds of talcum powder son, Aubrey Newcomb and wife, of a year. P-tlon ' ... 4-- 9, i ns Ow-ensb-