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Subscription $1.50 per Yml& NUMBER 5Z' FORD'S OFFER FOR SHOALS DENOUNCED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, to 20 Tlic ether team fared better losing to the Springers by 8 to 9 FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. spick and span, with an Insurance rat- - book and a bundle of blank noll- cles ,ln('pr ll,s nrm nn(1 ,ie looks like a surenuf business man. Eight Republican Members Of House .Military Committee Slsn Republican last week was the best Report. one sines Fluke was In Louisville Washington, June 20. Eight Rebefore. publican members of the house Twenty-eigcommittee today signed a renort. people have been killed by automoblle3 in this city (submitted to the house by Represon-sl- c. the New Year, which sets meatlve Kearnes, of Ohio, denouncing to wondering If the pleasure and con Henry Ford's offer to purchaso and venlenco of people who use machines lease tho government's projects at. actually equals In value this large Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Their acnumbar of human lives. Anyway, the tion increased to four the number of reports emanating from tho comslaughter will go on. mittee and marked another division A woman old and bent, her face of opinion among the. over the question of Muscfc-Shoalfurrowed by the tears of time and disposition. her hair bleached with age yet luxu The eight members were Repre riant with massive curls, had often attracted my attention on the street. sentatives Kearnes, Ohio; Morin, Car-ag- o, I commented upon tins strange ap and Ransly, Pennsylvania; Cro-th- er, pearance to a woman fairer and New York; Hill, Maryland; Parinterest serve any co.'vs'. Ohio county younger than she, and was amazed at ker, New Jersey, and Frothlngham, recent Democratic Legis- - for McIlcnrJ'- t was simply thrust upon us by the nrcnard the story she told me. Away back Massachusetts. lature and notwithstanding the unnecessary hardships and Ro,nc plnve(, 1Iorton Sundny on Drug co.; n. p. Dennis, vs. w. h. when the guns" at Sumpter thunderNone 6f the signatories to tho was willing for congress to acburden thereby placed upon the men and women of Ohiotlle f0rmer'S ground, and defeated Mad(,ox: Louhviiie oro. Co., vs. Ens- - ed the approach of war she, strong ley Raymer &c ; Xat'l Union Fire In youth and rich In beauty, listened cept' the Ford offer either as recomCounty and the remainder of our State, there is no choice: me visitors by the score of 26 to 7 Ins. Co. vs. Cicero Rogers &c; T. W mawith pleasad attention to a young mended recently by tho . . . ltuuibTUK HT.I1 in the matter. lUU a- wncan uy. cxp. uo, soldier's compliments on her beauti- jority views prcs.nted by Acting" The Koslne hoys will play adou- - """" FRANCHISED. nrxt Sunday on the Ro G. J. Christian vs. A. S. Monroe &c. ful curls, and promised him she Chairman McKenzie, or by those who Republicans throughout the County should see to it, slIle Dl!Unon(1. noglne wlu Hr8t ,,my R- - p. coieman &c vs. George sow- - would not have them cut before he endorsed the repqrt written by Wright, Democrat, Georreturned from the war. He never that no voter of their faith neglects this newly imposed, ,suiphur springs and then iiorton ders JJnl Day. -- oreturned, and these snowy curls are gia, asking the acceptance of Mr. ngnt in conunueu silttrsiffG. UOll t Wait Ulltll Walter Campbell, vs. C. P. Turner the seal of tbp auaiiiymg of July to register, do it on the TENTH. Two nELBERT WHITTAKER devotion of r Ford's proposal unconditionally. The l&c: Guenther Hdw. Co. vs. J. M. woman's heart it f'netbeen my chance third opinion drafted bv Represen. . 4.1. j?:...t ,l4. i i has ii. days nave oeen designated, uui tuu ursi is uiu ueuei LOSES LIFE IN RIVER Hoover; Same vs. C. W Hoover; G. to know. I pass her with a feeling tative Parker, Republican, New JerA. Ralph vs. Ames Body Corpn.; R. C. Republicans sought to have the obnoxious act declarof reverence now. There nro few, sey, and endorsed by Representative the Franklin Coun- Rody In Water Tun Hours Hefnic It Davis vs. M. B. Barnard &c. ed unconstitutional, but Judge Stout of Frothlngham, Republican, Mass. both Indeed, of her kind. 4th Day. cmcrril Uy DUers. of whom signed the Kearnes docuty Circuit Court, a Democrat, before whom the hearing was M. M. Smith &c. vs. Joyce Watkins Perhap3 it ls tho fault of my early ment today, was In effect merged had, declared the law must stand. So, as the matter re Delbert Whittaker, who would Co.; Louaiiiia Rowan &c, vs. Beaver training, or rather lack of training, with the new report that the Reams go out to tne polling piaces,.ans-we- r have been 19 y ars old October IS, Dam Coal Co.; Robert Rurden, vs. mains, we must register, but I get tired of this hlghflown rnnrf strossp.l th .mnnrtance of net a lot of questions have the color of our eyes, hair, next, was drowned Wednesday even- - Ohio Co. Mut. Tel. Co.; A. M. Fox &c. church music I have to listen to every t ng to the country a clear, fair and complexion, signature and otner stun recorded. ing nt C o'clock, at Rochester, while t vs. L. & N. R. R. Co. Sunday. I am so weary ot unbiased statement of facts" concernti, Day. that I should be glad ing the Ford proposal, declared that The registration i law enactedJ bv the Democrats will in bathing in Green mer. it is noti .. OO A ff iUn IffimiMi ifliatlint li n tt'fia Qnl7n1- with i m AV e backwoods "wicked" and "paid" propagandists J. W. Foster vs. H. E. Milllgan &c. again to hear an " una ; -" uuui cost tne Taxpayers oi unio Louniy more ll. cramps or became strangled due to Fred Raffetty, vs. Beaver Dam Coal congregation sing "Amazing Grace" were scattering propaganda throughyear and it must be repeated once each year hereafter. considerable waves made by the pas- Co.; A. A. Carter vs. Chas. N. Gould or "How Firm a Foundation." Ye out the country, that is often void sage of a boat while young Whittaker &c. Saints of the Lord." But maybe I'm of truth and attacked the Ford offer Criminal, 2nd Day. In a Way that left none of Its progettln' old and childish. and a number of other parties were BASEBALL BRIEFS EDUCATOR COMMENDS swlmnllng In tho rluer. The body visions free from hostile criticism. Commonwealth vs. Sam Cook. AND FOULED TIPS was recovered two hours later by Same vs.PJul Baize &c. PRESS, STUDENT AID HAMILTON UAliLAT.I) PowcrCoinpany's Offer. . Same vs. Alfred Wheeler &c. divers. At tho same time the report direful ItrndliiK or Newspaper, lie- - Everley s uoys ot rtockport. white-- 1 The youni; man was a son of Mr. Same vs Everet Underhill &c. Ethel Hamilton, asserted that the Alabama Power Miss Rvesta eoiimieniled Kor Wide washed Beaver Dam's new pari. Sun-nr.- d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. company, which submitted on offer to Mrs. Leo Whittaker of near Bar-da- y Same vs. Herman Park. Kixm Irdge. by the score of 5 to 0. The River develop the power projects at Muscle Hamilton, of near Rough Same vs. Herman Park. Creek. He, together with his Following is a list of citizens from Lock3 and Mr. Everett E. Ballard of Shoals, had "always dealt fairly with terles for Rockport, Ilpr and Skin- - young wife, had but recently gone to Washington, Juno 22 (Capital ner, while Stevens and Glenn did the (Rochester where he had opened a which the grand jury ls to be selected Louisville, were Joined in carriage the government," and was offering yesterday at the bride's home. ICews Service). "Readers of tho dai- blf,- work for the Beavers. This was bathing beech and restaurant for tho for this term: $2,500,000 for Its Interests in tho Archlo Martin, Alvis Tichenor, J. The bride is an attractive and ac- steam plant at Gorgas, in accordance ly and weekly press of the country one oi me iusiesi games jiiujuu una summer He was a student In at- High L. Miller, Dink Taylor, A. W. May, complished lady. Mr. Ballard ls a with the terms ot the contract execu of the Hartford who pay careful attention to the year. Young Her, the Rockport tendance He Frank Maple, J. J. Russell, S. M. son of Mr. and Mrs. Qulnton Ballard ted with the war department when trend of the times find In tho collec- heaver, allowed tho Beavers only School during the year 1920-2tion of odd stories and unlquo hap- two hits. This wns Iler's first time was a member of the Bamett's Creek i Dexter, Moscow Taylor, Alex Magan, and formerly attended the Hartford the plant was erected. penings from tho four quarters of the to appear on tho mound for Rock- Baptist Church. His many friends Archie Rhoads, Joe H. Ford, J. W. High School and resided near this In another part the report sum glob an Inspiration and an educa- port, but his strong arm, great head here and In his home country held .white, Edw. Shown, G. W. Early, R. place. He ls a veteran of the world marized the cost prices of the probacking caused mana him in high esteem. J. Hewlett, Ell Meadow, Hardin war. Upon his return thereafter, he jects which Mr. Ford would purchas3 tion." So states Prof. Carlefon Gre- and air-tiggory, of Washington, and adduces as ger Leach's boys to go down in Funeral services were conducted Minton, E. R. Bishop, S. C. Taylor, accepted a position as managing di- foV $5,000,000. A total expenditureproof of his contention the fact that by Rev. Russell Walker of Hartford. Kibby Harrell, Fred Johnson, Wm. rector of the Boys Scouts' organiza- of $85,343,296 was claimed on, the In the last half of the ninth It nt tho Mt. Hermon Methodist Church Neal. John Qulssenberry. tion in Louisville, which place lie re- Waco inquiry the Gorgas steam plant a single Issuo of one paper gives InThe following citizens have, or are linquished to accept a traveling sales- and nitrate plants number one and e formation regarding law, church poli looked as tho the Beavers were sureand the remains burled In the church tics, crime, religion, science, adven- - for a run. Westerfield was on first cemetery yesterday afternoon at 2 o be summoned to appear on July manship for a Louisville concern. two, while the amount offered was o'clock. Besides his parents and4th, for service as petit Jurors: ture, finance, music, art, and iitsplra- - and no outs, but Her tlghtened-u- p held to. be. "wholly, inadequate." , "- AGED LADY DIES Doc Miller, Roy Foreman, S. H. tlon. Tne issue reierreu to contains anu icii Aiiuru ai uoiue, men iiincu-- young wire ne is survives uy wiree Ford Provisions. Into brothers and one sister. of Brown, Alva Magan, M. F. Klmbley, Among the other provisions the following headlines (among oth hitter Barnes shot a line-dri. Mrs. Elizabeth Berry died at her the Ford offer which were attack- Iler's mlt which he drove to second W. A. Mosley, M. E. Patterson, J. W. ers): WEISBECKEll THOSIAS Patton, J. N. Travis, N. R. Baize, G. home In Hartford, Monday afternoon e(j by the report were those propos "Rubb r and Auto Gas Made from to Green and ho to first, making a left tho Corncobs"; "Prints Taken from Cows' double. Manager IJiach W. Bennett, Joe Hooker, J. F. Lan-ha- of nephritis. She had been in ailing Ing a lease, of the water power proC .C. Klmbley, Lafo Payne, V. health for some time. She is sur- jects for 100, years, that fixing tho Miss Arllo Marlam Thomas and Mr Noses Afford 'Finger Print' Identifi- park and had nothing to say. 'John G. Welsbecker, each ot Louis- B. Patterson, Wm. Haynes, R. B. WI1- - vived by two sons, Wm. E. and Henry terms of the amortization plan for cation for Breeders"; "Juror HusRockport's second team whipped Vllle. were Joined In marriage at the gon, h. R. Miller, D. B. Sinclair, T D. Berry and one daughter, Mrs. Bar- repaying the government for building-dam- s band Votes Wife Divorce; Valid, Say In Shoes, Wysox to the tune of 13 to 12 on st. Louis Bertrand Catholic Church, jr. Black, Henry Cummins, H. H. rett Russell, each ot whom reside in Lawyers"; "Keep Jewelry two and thrco that offered $55,-0- 00 Lo'ries $4,000 Worth When Shoes Go Rockport's park, on Green River, '0f that city, Tuesday morning at S Westerfield, Clarence Funk. Shelby this city. annually, to tho government for "Doylo Exhibits Sunday, In a very nice game. Bat- - o'clock of this week. Rev. Father 'Ford, Tug Richards, J. G. Weath-ter- y Mrs. Berry was 75 years of age, repair of dams, that providing the To Be Mended"; for Rockport, Fulkerson and Lyons officiating. After the ceremo-er- s. Ray Fulkerson. Herman Kahn. J. a member of the Baptist church and a manufacturing of fertilisers during Spirit Letter from Mother"; "Divers Se.'k Gold In Lustanla"; "Office Boy Smith; Wysox, Davenport and Over- - ny the young couple repaired with at- - jr. withrow. R. B. Shreve. T. E. Coop-to- lady of splendJd character. Accom"to years loaso and the Detroit and Day Laborer Riso to $30,000 tendants and a small party of friends er, C. S. Rice, L. S. Hoover, M. J. panied by her two spns and daugh- manufacturer to pay Interest on " already spent on the to tho home of the bride where a Floyd, C. W. Hardin. ter the remains were conveyed to Manager Everley and his boys will wedding breakfast was served. Later Smithfleld Henry County, whore she "No man Is educated merely son dam. Sunday, nt in the day Mr. and Mrs. Welsbecker ho graduates from an Institu- pluy Leltchflold next was born and reared, and where funLengthy explanations of each oC ! tion of education." continued Prof i.nl.rhflHlil. Thero will nrobably be inff tnr n im woeks1 bonevmoon trin OkADo KJUUL.1 OlKUlNLx eral services were held and burial .these features of Lie Ford offer (By I. D. Claire.) Gregory. "Education is never to be an extra coach on 122 for this game U the north They will reside In took place Tuesday afternoon. wore containing In the report which finished. Wlso readers of tho dally and Sunday rate3 will also bo ffec- - Louisville pointed outNtho belief that tho taxEd Barrass was in Louisville the press can win for themselves that tlvo. S. A. DAVKNPOUT The bride is a daughter of Mr. and payers of thd country would revolt (Above reports contributed by W tii lion.v Thnmfla wim tnr. , first of the week, but Missus Barrass wide knowledgo of facts which mako if congress acceptsd the offer and wlso N. Eveiley.) totalling $50,- merly resided In Hartford and In! need not fsel a bit of anxiety abou Mr.. S. A. (Pos) Davenport, aged .voted appropriations the learned man wlsor and tho man Iparn-- d " Narrows, and ls an attractive and how ho conuuetea lumsou; ne was 73, died at his home In Rochester, 000,000 to carry out 1U term3. Hartford and Boavor Dam staged lovable young lady. Sho but re-- a out with me. June 19, after having been In (tiling a tabulation of tho "ontlro cost game at Riverside Park Cently completed hor freshmen year HAUNIIlMi K1MMKIIMAX health for several years. Mr Daen-lt- o the taxpayer of the United country-raise- d An Saturday afternoon. The rain man jn tho University of Louisville. Mr. port formerly resided In Ohio Coun- -' states of the Muscle Shoals project n modern city ty, near Wyiou and was widely known up to the present tlmo," alio was A flutter of excitement swept tho stopped the fracas In that act, at Welsbecker Is a young man 22 years father attending .1.1 nlanln.1 Ul Un.tfnrfl tl'llAtl It- ' which time the score stood 5 to 2 In!f a'ir0 0f high class and sterling church wedding of a daughter feels and highly respected. .... He was a Rf- - presented, showing n total of IUHCO it SUCIUI Tho bat- -' worth, and descendent from a splen-tcrle- s, about as much out of place as a tree was announced that Miss Winnie Dav- favor ot tho Rlversldors. in politics and In former 103,296, including $13,320,000 for duy was acllvo and quit j a power In interest on new money required at for Hartford: Lefty Tlnsley aid family. He recently completed frog In a prairie. I know. is Slmmerman and Mr. Roy Barnhlll hi party's councils. had been quietly married June 21st, and Glenn; Boaver Dam, Slim Iloov- - nil enlistment service with the U. S. darns 2 and 3. Buddy McPheag says that If conTlnsley was NaVy. by Rev. T T Frazler at the Metho- or and II. Monroo. Mr. Davenrort was a member of i .Miss Slmmerman Is somewhat wild In tho fifth walking ye, together with tho Innumerable gress wants to do the greatest good the Cool Springs Baptist Church. MONDAY EVENING STORY HOUR dist parsonage. .. . u l. .1.... 1 I. . ...i-- l. It, E. me iirsi .two uieii up, ., the only child of Mr. and Mrs. wiuukh oriuo mends ot mo young ....,.' wish imu ( to tho greatest number of people It whero fungal services wore held i Come to the Story Hour at tho young, should soiten down the Volstead Tuesday afternoon and burial took Leo Slmmerman and granddaughter out without much material damage tho pathway of the happy Sho Is a graduate being done to the score, hoard. rnimln mnv ho void of sorrow and i laws. place. Besides his widow he is sur-- ,' school playground on Monday oven-vivof Mr. J. W. Ford. to seven-thirtCollege, Nashville, by three daughters: Mrs. T. ing from rough places throughout the Journey of I would get a lot homeslcker than I B. Wilson, Knlghtsburg; Mrs. Edna' Come prepared to tell about the Is to have Morgantown's upon which they have set sail. social Hartford Tenn, and a favorite In a large do If I didn't so often meet some Beaver Dam; Mrs. Wm. Aber- - nlest thing you ever saw. Tho circle. Mr. Barnhlll Is a graduate of fast team here Sunday and "some" ' countlans who live here. AlMISSION HOARD NOTICEKentucky, and holds game may bo expected on this occaCleaton. Also two sons, rles for Monday evening are: the University of "Franklin Asks the Sunshine" Tho District Mlsslon'Doardf of the most everyday I run Into Alvls Ben- Leonard of Rochester and Carl Dav- n lucrntlve position with tho Swift sion. Luther Turner. Ohio County BaptlBt Association will nett, Specks Her, John Moore, Ernest enport of Tulsa, Okla. Packing Co., with headquarters .at Woodward or Gus Ford. "The Story of u Wise Woman" A couple of Hartford's Junior teams meet at Hartford, Ky., June 4 Madlsonvllle. The- - happy couple left Mr. E. G. Barrass, city, tyent to Arllc? Meador. motor trip. Journeyed to Sulphur Springs Sun- 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m. All memImmediately on a short ) The Republican, with Mls3 Win- day whore both lost to tho teams of bers aro urged to be present as this Speaking of Gus Ford romlnds mo Louisville, Tuesday, to represent tho "Tho Little Bag of rtIca"--Mr- s. Organlza- - Ernest Wilson, nie's host of friends, join In congra- that place, one by tho score of what will bo our last session prior to the that Gus ain't what he used to be Ohio County Republican when ho was tigering around Haytl. tlon n a meeting held on that date. "East o' the Sun and West o' the and fervent wishes for a we havo hoard estimated as being all meeting ot tho County Association. tulations I moon" Du Rello Godiey. I see him on tho streot here, dressed Mr. Barrass returned Wednesday. R. E. FUQUA, Secretary. the way from nothing to 14 or 15 up luture of prosperity and happiness. Calhoun's dark colored team came LUNVtNfc .lULl 0 up Sunday for a set-t- o with the local colored nine, that Is the Calhouners were nenrly dark, they showed a Coming Term of two Week's liroud "ynller" streak In the last half of the fourth when they gathered' up Duration, Set Docket their equipage and "vamoosed" In reFirst Week. bellion to a decision of their own All Must Comply umpire, cnlling a long liner bated In right field by a local batsman, a Lose The Ohio Circuit Court will con- fair li.ill. Thn score, when the bans were cleared and the home run cnmovene here on Monday, July 3, In a of In stood la to 2 against the Invaders. 'lwo week'9 ""ton. It being the regu-Coo,ar Jul' term- - Thore ls to a and W. Paries worked for the jur' empaneled on the first day of the local. We don't know who did it Tim' Anf iincsnrl hv Hip Inst Lprrislature. over the veto for Calhoun, they cot nwav too oulck. lu""- - ou "" lur u no cases up f " dfo0rket "nuaualf lntere3 forces every man and woman within of Governor 1: tllls court. Fol . Mcllenry's team made a pilgrimage come l,noo n, 11. Uie Oiaiu 10 gu i . tn Central Cltv Sunday, and literally "owing Is the docket as presently ar- or JUiy, proviueu uiey uo noiBcaIped lhe boyi r . ii.aitway piac ,', cither on the lOtn or m imy. to lose their rights of suifrage. wish tlll, RCor. ,,eInB 10 to t ,n favor of people, neither Can it the McIIonry Majesties. Parrot and c- Bank of Evermore vs. F. L. Hone The law Was not desired by the of the State or of the people. Itji'neips worked at the crucial pivots good MUST REGISTER TO CIRCUIT COURT TO In MAINTAIN SUFFRAGE Voting Rights Court Measure Before I Just ns I predicted, the issue of the With The Law Imposed or Appeals. ht S"" , " 111:".,, tfiMir,vVw"s.A".., litn "" twenty-ono-membe- rs i.ri.Z vnn-icfo,- I s " ( m ml new-repo- rt must un cu uio -- -- ble-head- er ' Rep-ressnta- tlve i I ' J i.t l.-.- i. t.4.... uac. I i 4f"1 qw "" -;- old-tim- . bat-.net- t's ' j - I 1. , ht J ) ve -- - . n, ftrlos be-ca- us t, j five-Inni- ""'' $1G7,-public- an ... I "-- ... .. ed Ward-Belmo- nt six-thir- ty y. fun-Tayl- or, io 27, ' 1 If v ' I i I have been authorized to indict all owners of dogs who have not purchased tags for them this year, and shall do so at the next regular term of the Ohio County Grand Jury which convenes July 3. This order was sent me from Frankfort and I am subject to indictment if I fail to do my duty. State Enforcement Officer, Mr. Davis, of Frankfort, was here recently and directed that steps be taken to enforce the law. By securing your tags right away you will save yourself prosecution and heavy fine. W. GERMANY'S IRON JUNG BUSY AT A. undoubtedly come when Thyssen's gigantic holdings will have to he litar SHeriff of Ohio County. LINERS OF SHIPPING case-ma- 80 Thyssen, Leader In Teuton Industry, Joins K''". genarians. OctoBerlin, June 17. August Thyssen, one of the outstanding figures in Germany's Industrial life, has entered the ranks of the octogenarians. Thyssen's chief significance lies In the laet that he was the real creator "mixed type" In the f fhe ticrnian mining Industry. He was the first man to recognize tho close coal Tt'itrUonshlp existing between anil iron on a large scale, and later ttnlfad up the entire iron production of "Westphalia with the Mlnetto dls-trlof Lorraine. As early c- 1SC7 Thyssen owned a number of small Iron works which lie dtr 'loped into colossal enterpriser, comprising practically all phase3 of tfce Iron industry. His monumental was tho mine i irk in Westphalia lsuvwa under the name of the "Gor- mnn Kaiser," while tho "Hagendin-Kfii- " represented the in Lorraine hlsheai type of modern Industrial t'.'!Weney. Thik valuabl piece of property was lout to him as well as to Gorman industrial wot Id by the decision of the Versailles Treaty. Ju contrast to other large mining concerns In Germany he mad' no effort to compensate himself for this lifat by buying up remaining available German enterprises, but by the alfl of ta- - liquidation ums allowed him by the German Government, wait to woik to croato and develop nen plnsxts in connection with hU rt Wciiplialian possesions. Vum a ftuunclal standpoint Thyi- n "hs ever been an Individualist. HU various big unterprlnes wore nut financed ly the lasuance of shares, r; were ao urbanized that pructical-i- r ) of the .stock remained in the ttiion of the family. This doeso b ii ataau that foreign capital was ox-tiflwl but only tint such capital vrtn. employed In the form of crudlta li obligations. 'fliybVMi was tho greatest master of oiffllt that tho German Industrial vrorlt'l has uvur known. This, how-ove- r, Is a talent not oaslly transmitted to posterity, and the time will j try In or thru American territory, liquor, the latter then squeezed out j drollzlng liquid, squeezed out and y either by land or wat r and even tho and the mineral washed, or the faiirfe, washed. The proteins used are be dipped In the protMn solu- - in, egg albumen, serum albumen and be not landed In this counthe liquor erally "organized," in the modern BOARD GET LIQUORS try and such liquor so transported In tlons and then, treated with tho hy- -' gelatine. sense of the term. Only then wllf or thru; American territory will be the world gain an accurate knowlsubject to seizure and the persons inof capital edge of the amount transporting It. subject to prosecuvolved in the Thyssen works. Treasury Rules Sales May tion. No permit for such transportaThyssen, as well as the InAltho tion can- lie Issnsd." Be Made Beyond 3 terests lie represents, have b en Expect Definite Itiilln?. public eye in recent less In the Mile Limit. After providing for the transporthan those of younger Industation of nonbeverage liquor, the regtrial leaders such as Hugo Stinnes, ulations stated that "liquors properly altho he held ' for example and "Washington, June 1G. Sale listed as.sea stores and liquors shown feverish trust activialoof from the on shipping board vessels out by the shipping; papers and vessels ty which characterized the post-wlimit is perrnlssl-- ; manifest to be and actually destliwd period in German Industry, whether side the three-mifrom lack of conviction in such meth- ble under new Treasury regulations to a foreign country and going forods or lassitude attributable to his issued today, according to P. A Vise, ward on the sam a vessel as that on age his name is still one to conjure general counsel of the prohibition which they arrived are expected from the provisions ot this ajid will be subwithin the circles of the iron and unit. ject only to customs regulations." steel industry, and his Industrial posThis Interpretation was taken as1 This later prevision, according to sessions, both in scope and technical settling time being tint con- -i Mr. Vise, was the loophole thro' for development, are a recognized factor troversy overtie liquor on government the results of the Supreme Court's In Germany's industrfal life. f C.tmtre Mtutr. shlp3 precipitated by Adolphus Busch j decision holding-If transit shipm'iits i III, the St. Louis brewer, whn he which foreign passenger liners evade wrote President Harding that the! of beverage liquor Illegal. Shipping llooc Is Xot a Good Cure. Hay Making Simplified per-- i government was; bootlegging by Board" vessels would be entitled to tftu (From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer.) mittlug sale ci alcoholic beverages same treatment, he declared. When a man comes to you all dou- on shipping board vessels. tonight It was freely predicted Solution of the problem, Wayne at prohibition headquarters, however, bled up with pain and declares he You cannot afford to lose time in the hayi-s- s '.ca":s. will die In your presence unless you D. Wheeler, general counsel of the that an early opinion would be forthThere are few sections where the weather at hayir.-- j to-- j declared League, procure him a drink of whiskey, send Attorney General coming from time is always ideal. That is the one time ci' aim to a doctor or else give him ? nlghr. "lies In excluding all ship that Daugherty definitely ruling on the when t.p:ed is the essence of good farming. It is no ports."! question of liquor on American ships. Colic and ifell liquor from American lose of Chamberlain's uncommon happening for some farmers to Iosj Diarrhoea Remedy. There Is a mis- Legislation to this end Is being cono taken notion among a whole lot of sidered, he said. Tore the IMtcf of IllifUinatle I'nfiis. several tons of hay by a delay in getting it off the not remeThe new regulations were people that booze Is the ground. m drafted with the intention or. settling dy for colic and stomach acho. When yon have stiffness and soreThis work is now speeded up by u::ng the Fordscn the question of liquor on shipping ness of the muscles, aching joints and with the Roderick Lean Cutmop.e Mowcr. board vessels, Mr. Vise saU, and In ffnd It difficult to move without pain fact, were written before that ques- - try massaging HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS parts The CUTMORE is attached direct to the tractor tho affected As drawn however, he vlth Chamberlain's Liniment. It will Men arose. between the front and rear wheels in the position said, they would apply equnlly to Am relieve the pain and make rest and KUNL BOB BIN HAD DE where the driver can have perfect control over it. erican and foreign ships In permit slerp possible. m DocTUH VAITIN' OH The power is taken from the worm gear that drivea ting intoxicating sea stons within CASE HE "DONE SORTER the rear wheels, so it is always even and dependable. s limit under tho customs w The, teacher had ask:d, "Why did BROKE Down , BUT HEX' regulations which provide that while David say he would rather he a doorThe Cutmore makes hay with the on keeper In the house of the Lord?" In American ports all liquors THING HE KMOW DAT n Fordson a job. There is ample power for hoard a ship must bs sealed up. DOCTUH GVYINE HAB 'IN "Because," answered a boy. "He cutting the heaviest crops, including alfalfa, clover, Man Liquor In Transit. BROKE could then walk outside whllo the j vetch, velvet beans, pea hay and lespedera. Amending the formor regulations sermon was being preached." Bostho new rules were Usud "pursuant ton Transcript. The cutter bar may be disconnected in a few 49 to an opinion of Acting Attorney t minutes, so that the tractor may be used for other THKAT COTTON MICK WOOL General Nebeker, dated Fobruury 4, work. The draw bar is always available for pullint; 1921, affirmed by Attorney General It Is getting more and moro diffiDaugherty Juno 30. 1921, and tho a wagon, rake or other tool. Attached to your decision of the Unlfd States Supreme cult for a person to tell whether a Fordson, the Cutmore means greater speed and Court In Grogan vs. Walker and tho suit of clothes Is made of pure wool economy of handling your hay crop, Anchor Line vs. Aldrldge, rondered or not. Examination under ths is tho only sure test. There May 15, 1922." The new regula-- I lions which becomo offucttva today Is now a patent process whereby cot' BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., provide for the seizure of beverage ton Is made to asume the properties vr Beaver Dam, Ky. liquor when In transit thru the United of wool not only as to its feel, and caloric qualities but States. you want ta MOO alt Vnn m.'. -- ..J your r If -wtfuij farm e "It Is unlawful" the regulations chemically a3 well. This with STANDARD FORDSON EQUIPMENT. said, "to transport liquor for bever- - cotton Is the product ot slow decomag purposes, inciuuing in transit position of protein substances duo to shipments from one foreign country strong mineral acids. The cotton CwjM. 1911 McClur Ntwspaptr SynSlcitt. to the same or another foreign coun may be first Impregnated with the - it le i With Standard Fordson Equipment y-vr Anti-Saloo- n b-- st j three-mlU- ag one-ma- up: r) - j I . I wool-lik- ., I fey . wrlnr ti llBfwtaj . . ... 'HOW CZAR REACHED WAR DECISION TOLD ' THE GREAT $50,000 I ,Mcmlrs of Countrs Heretofore Berlin, June 17. o Glvo Incident Unpublished. KENTUCKY SPECIAL TO BE RUN AT ti LATONIA SATURDAY, JUNE 24tii Morvich, the Kentucky Derby Winner and Undefeated Champion Will Meet Pillory, Snob II, Hea, Olympus, Whisk-awa- y, Cherry Tree, BetMosie, Deadlock, By Gosh, Startle, John Finn and Nine Others of the Leading of America three-year-olds In a Battle Royal for a Rich Purse and a Valuable Gold Trophy. Ir.tir.ir.to details hailing up to of the clrciiint'.-.iutme uuuituuuii u. uiu ittit: Nicholas II are told In tha memoirs of tho septuagerinn Countess Kleln- mlchel, whose ealon In Petersburg wns the rendezvous of all the leading actors who took part In the great political drama played on the stage of the czar's court during the fateful years of the war. As the distinguished memorialist bases her recital upon facts furnished her by Count Frederlcksz, tho adjutant of the czar, there Is no reason to doubt either Its authenticity or accuracy. The countess related that when In the year 191G the czar, nctlng upon j the advice of the empress, decided to take nctlve command of the Russian troops, Frederlcksz summoned up tho ' courage to say to him: j "Your majesty, I implore you to do nothing of the kind. The laurels 'Which your majesty hopes to win will soon be transferred into thorns." "In other words, you think me Incapable," replied the czar, with an Injured accent. Science Of War. "I am going to be perfectly frank 'with you, majesty. The science of war must be seriously studied and then put into active prnctice. In reality, the only practical experience you have had was in commanding a battalion of the Guard Hussars. You were about to he given the command of a regiment when fate called you 'to the thron-- . This preparation is entirely Inadequate, particularly In time of war." "You overlook the fact that I have constantly occupied myself w'th maneuvers and matters of military administration," said the czar, "and in any case I shall have General Russkl ' as my aide, whose knowledge and vu por-bon- al the details of tho czar's abdication He said tho latter was extremely varlllatlng, and was finally only persuaded to placo his slgnntur under the document by brutal treatment on the part of General Russkl, who took him by the arm, thrust the paper into his hand and said: "Sign this, sign It, I say! Can you not eco that nothing else remains for you to do? If you do not abdi cate. I can not be responsible for your life." Rebuked by General. FreilcrickBZ endeavored to whereupon Russkl turned' on him, saying: "I am not speaking to you. Your placo Is no longer here. The czar should have known long ago that the propor persons to have about him were Russians and not Baltic ac- ' WnvfaM ttSStfr-jgiSSi- 5 I m" "t2 S8 UrnnPnf;15riuitlDraornT 1 1 11m F II I K ChilrJrwsrc 'tiMi) a For Infants and Mothers Know' Thai: " 1 . Genuine Castas w m. ALCOHOI.-- 3 fEIt CENT. J IsimiialinlhcroodbyRcU-- , illnohcStcmachsandfowdsi J Always DCttlB LsNAtN 4- - V ULLO r (fiJr iy rThcrebmoilniDKcW oiihPrOnum.Morphuicnor I Signature of t I I I I I I I 'authority is unquestioned." "Be that as It may! But permit I ' KENTUCKY J. N. CAMDEN, JOCKEY CLUB V-Pr- e. me as your humble and devoted to implore you once more not Place to assume this responsibility. the chief command in the hands of general j General Russkl, or any other (you think fit, but do not desert ser-Iva- nt INCORPORATED and Genl Mgr. M. J. WINN, President SHERMAN GOODPASTER, Sec'y and Troai. SHALL PATENT LAWS BE CHANGED, QUERY Noted Inventor Sajs Not; Contend Present Imidei)uatc. Law Other prize, and when midyear Inspection time came, sure enough, his splendid work Uft nothing to be desired. Hut as the Inspector took ono last look around, Just as he had made up his mind to give the prize to Timothy, he frowned for his eye had callcn on a b In a dim corner of the gray cob-we- Washington .June 17. (Capital Service). at News Washington are much interested In the discussions regarding the need of revision of the present patent laws of the United States. One school of thought, which seems to he headed by Thomas Alvah Edison, most noted lnontor in the world, believes that the mechanical, inventive and commercial prosperity of this country, based upon the preient patent system, is sufficient answer to any criticisms of existing law. The contrary view is held, by many Inventors, who believe that some provision should be made requiring nny holder of a patent, whethod the original patentee or the purchaser of It, to make bona fide use of it within a stipulated time in order to keep title to it. They point out that homesteaders and thoso taking up mining claims must do a certain amount of development work to retain their claims, and that to permit a patentee or n patent purchaser to "freezo" a patent Is not for the greatest good of tho country. It Is pointed out that many largo corporations will buy a patent which, If It were manufactured, would sorlouBly Interfere with tho product manufactured by tho corporation. Tho dovlco Is thon to avoid tho expense pigeon-hole- d changing from the old to tho now of way, thus depriving tho country of tho fruits of Invention, even tho tho Inventor Is himself reimbursed. It Is interesting to noto that the Canadian patent system requires manufacture of a patent within two years; but Canada has not as yet become known as a nation prosperous through her Inventions. mare's stall. "Timothy saw tho inspector's face change, and saw the cause of the chnnge, and he spoke up briskly: "I keep that thero web there, boss," he said 'to catch the flies. The way they torment the mare Is supln' fierce." It you have the itch, don't scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes the skin bleed. Apply Ballard's Rub It In gently on Snow Liniment. the affected parts. It relieves Itching Instantly and n few applications removes the cause thus performing a permanent cure. Prico 30c, OOe. and 1.20 per bottlo. Sold by Tho Ohio m County Drug Co. IiAWYHUKSSKS MAKING GOOD According to tho National Women Lawyers' Association thero are about 1000 practicing women attorneys in this country, a fourth of whom can practlco before tho U. S. supremo court. Fourteen women have been admitted to tho supreme court during tho term Just ended, Beforo a lawyer can appear boforo tho supremo court ho must havo had thrco years practlc before tho supremo court of bin homo state and admission to tho district federal court where ho resides. Mrs. Mabel Wlllobrandt, asof the Unitsistant attorney-genered States, saya: "Tho success of the woman lawyer Is not a question of sex at all. It Is a question of her fitness, loarnlng and Industry, forget you are a woman and remember you aro a lawyor," Resides Mrs. Wllle-brand- t, thero aro sovon women assistant attorneys attached to tho department of Justice. al l'ltlZK HUNG MY A WEB Cut This Out mid Tnko It With You. A man often forgets tho exact John D. Rockefeller of relates tho following story: nnme of the. article ho wishes to pur-..- a Oil fame i,.wih0,i man as I ever know , chase, and as a last resort takes Standard ml lV..i iuuuw; was one or our drivers days. We back In tho buslness's early liked to keep our teams looking nice, and bo wo Instituted an annual prize for the man who could show the horses, the cleanest stalls, the brightest harness, and so forth. "Timothy seoniea certain of this . best-croom- etl something elso Instead. That Is al ways disappointing and unsatisfactory. Tho safe way Is to cut this out and tako It with you so as to mako suro of getting Chamberlain's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory tor constipation and m Indigestion. possibility of exercising your right of criticism and do not lay yourself As commander-in-chiopen to criticism. you would be held responsible for our defeat, and God only knows what it would all lead to.' CVar Argues Point. In reply the czar argued: "The people love me as does also the army, and I feel myself perfectly safe In their midst. Moreover, my mind is made up." Two hours later Frederlcksz was called to the empress, who ho found in an indignant mood. "The czar has told me of your conversation. Why was it neccessary to excite Mm to such a degrte just at a moment when he is in need of his utmost strength and energy?" "I acted only at the bidding of my conscience," ho assured. "I consider his decision a most portentous one, as he will no longer bo the monarch, the anointed ono, but the commander-in-chief, at the mercy of every one's criticism." "You would undoubtedly have preferred' to see Grand Duke NIkolaus wrest his power from him piece by plcco and fragment by fragment, under tho pretext that it was made by request of tho Goneral Headquarters, to which everything must be subordinated," tho empress declared. "Thq grand duke demands that the mlnistcra should go to Baronlwltschl, with the miltho better to itary authorities. He is wresting from tho czar his authority in all branches of the government, and his commando aro frequently met by his ministers with the excuse that it first to take would bo necessary counsel with tho grand duke. "These conditions aro unbearable. His majesty Is In reality gradually being deposed, and I can see the moment approaching when his throne will bo usurped by tho grand duke. You say he Bhould depose the grand duke and put Russkl, Alexjew, or Brusslloft in his place! But you know his character too well to such a thing possible. Unfortunately,, he has always feared his undo. He would not bo able to defend himself against the opposition he would be sure to meet from the grand duke. "No, the only solution for him Is to take over the chief command. Beletve me when I say that I have thought this all out, In more than one sleepless night. And even tho we should meet with great opposition In court circles and in military headquarters, that is to say, among tho creatures of tho grand duke, I am still convinced that we would havo tho army and1 the people with us. . . ." ine oiu rreuencKsz ioia muuj ui ef Petersburg. "Do not deprive yourself of the Countcjju Klclninichd giveu an count of tho manner in which tho czar wau coerced Into signing tho papers of mobilization. She writes: "Hln genuine love of peace van gradually undermined by tho representatives of Suchomllnow, Ills mln-Ibtof war, as to tho glory and prestige to be. gained by waging a war. Tho Grand Duke NIkolaus wan working for tho same end, but It wao Sassonow who gavo tho final Impetus by declaring Ibat nothing but a war with Germany would Injure the czar's Hf. and throne. "Tho cmprcsi! wao also opposed to the mobilization, and said: "The terrlblo calamity must be axerted at any price. Thero Is isonio mistake about the matter. The mobilization, In any case, Is not directed against Germany but against Austria, and If Wilhelm thinks otherwise hr had been misinformed." Pleads With Czar. "Again, In pleading with the czar to heed tho advice of the old Frederlcksz, she said in English: " 'Nicky, you call him sometimes an old fool; but he Is not an old fool He is mere devoted to you than somebody else. Give the orders about the mobilization, Nicky, do it!" "Tho czar seemed to vacillate, whereupon Sassonow turned to Frederlcksz, saying: " 'I have the courage to assume the entire responsibility. This w.ar is Inevitable and will make. Russia stronger and more powerful than ever before. And you, a minister of the royal house, who should have at heart the Interests of your sovereign, are willing to see him sign his death warrant, as the Russian people will never forgive him fpr bringing such humiliation upon the country." "Siichomlliiow and tho grand duke were summoned to a conference with the czar and the next day, Europe ." was plunged Into war or ul Mineral. NoTNAncpTW-, TTZTnZctYtninBiix V AmiJolJw Senna, HimSird .- f Ifv ! AhcMulKcmcu t I mm &-v- , 'rcsmnvIth?rcfrMnjnWaj racSimi!c5.nawh fiZOlcAW. " u"t'c of Sleep h twrrfshncss ana - AT M Use For Owar i 11 ttCLttl ? ill mi a 0 t mtVSf NmvQBiJ in H Thirty Years rl: hek Exu Copy of Wrapper. LT'IiHhH CAST01 THI eNTU COHT, M YO CITT Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper for Stomach Trouble. "I am pleased to have the opportunity to say a good word for Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. "I Mamie Bertel of Moberly, Mo. think they are the best remedy for stomach troubles, biliousness and IJCht Memedy prestige and reputation. It Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving neis matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington acd Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need- Courier-Jo- s constipation I have ever used. I have taken them off and on for two or three years and they alwtiys relieve Indigestion, tone up the liver and m make me feel fine. BE TRUE Thou must be true thyself, If thou the truth wouldst teach; Thy soul must overflow, If thou Another's soul wouldst reach! It needs the overflow of heart To give tho lips full speech. Think truly, and thy thoughts Shall the world's famine feed; Speak truly, and each word of thine Shall be a fruitful seed; Live truly, and thy life shall be A great and noble creed. Andrew Bonar. - By special arrangements we aro now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND THE REPUBLICAN ItlLla ' Both ono year, by mail, for only $5.75. .? nnHltAn .ni.nit.nlfl OCI ...A.11 on ..A... nlilinn.lHttMK. ik. Up at our boarding house there are two children, a boy and a girl. The boy is the living photograph of his father and the girl is the very phonograph of her mother. Ohio rles In tho South are a party to the Sun Dial. agreements for reduction In rates. Included In the list aro the Grune-wal- d. GETS AMERICAN LEGION St. Charles, De Soto, Lafayette, ROOMING CONCESSIONS Monteleon, Bienville and Planters. New Orleans, June 17 Dough- Legion officials obtained assurances that all boys, gobs nnd marines, who attend from all hotel managers by the American Legion national con- rooms, excluding those occupied' October 16 to permanent guests, will be turned vention In New Orleans 21, may obtain a "bunk" for U.GO a over to the convention visitors. day, as a result of an agreement between representatives of seven leading hotels and convention officials. FOR FLETCHER'S The hotel men have consented to establish a rate of $1.50 for rooms at l'ltlOlilSTOniO UKL1CS without baths and $2. GO with baths. This rate is based on a minimum of The national museum at Washingthree persons to the room. If the service man prefers to dwell In soli- ton has recently placed on display an tary grandeur he will pay $4.50 or interesting collection of prehistoric $7.50, dependent upon whether his pottery and other intlqulties from Mexico. There are some 500 speciroom Is equipped with a bath. All reservations for hotel rooms mens, most of them are earthenware during the five days of tho conven- vessels that aro considered remarkation will be made thru tho forty-eigble for their symmetry of form and They came Legion state adjutants, who will for- their nrtUtlc decoration. ward the reservations to the hotels from burial places beneath the floors and housing committee of the con- of ancient houses In the Casas Gran- vention. dea (great houses) district of Chibua-- j Some of the most famous hostel- - bua. It Is believed that they were . only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New aah- scriptlons may. It desired, start at a latter date, and renewals irlU date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tt Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. i j ; KM placed in tho graves as mor.tuar.il'-fcring- s. With the pottery are stcut-axeand hammers, crude milts tor grinding grain, ornaments of. jsiviU and brightly colored bits oratoms - c Nothing la known of these prwt'i-tor- lc people except what haa i-- a disclosed by meager archaeoftfc'C Evidently they wcmvi discoveries. swallowed up in oblivion long, teflum the. coming of the first EurccMa.uK. At the time of Cortex's coetqnest uT the country nothing remained or UsmJr habitations except mounds oC utirth and stono so covered with treesaiiO s Children Cry CASTORIA shrubbery that their real Identity ras hidden. ha-v- Teething babies always .a hard time of It when this prceKic-cur- s In hot weather. They iutt enV havo to contend with paiafai1 grxus but the stomach Is disordered bowels loose and the body nncouilotxu-bl- e. The best help yon can gtv tdie little sufferer Is McG'eo's Baby ELfttCr. It corrects sour stomach, cools' acne quiets tho bowels and helpa iKc-tlo- n. Price 35c and COc per bottilu. Sold by Ohio County Drug C&. ss ht - BIG FOURTH OF JULY lh B Bi hR 1 1 k ' b h iV Hi 1 AT CENTRAL. CITY, KENTUCKY. Airplane Flights, Baseball Games, Slow Mule. Race, Foot Races, Etc. Wing-Walki- ng Stunts, by Miss Clara La Belle, of Detroit, Mich. ALL SORTS OF REFRESHMENTS. OLD FASHIONED BABECUED MEATS. .'. PLENTY TO EAT AND PLENTY OF ENTERTAINMENT. A day of ENJOYMENT for YOUNG AUSPICES OR CENTRAL CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The and OLD S.K?i Hartford Republican We were in Louisville last week and went out with our friend I. D. Claire for dinner. We remained with W. S. TINSIiBtf, Editor he and his family until about 9 p. m. and Business Similiter. Miss Versla Newcomb spent yester- and on getting ready to return' to day In Central city, the guest of our hotel for the night mentioned the Entered according to law at the friends. fact that we we.re a bit doubtful of Postoffice, Hartford, Ky., aa mail finding our way back without trouble. of the second class. aiattor Thomas at ones suggested to the Mis- - Published Weekly by 3ARTFOUD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated lees would have been consumated long ago. Viewing conditions from a distance, it would seem that if de Valeria and a few of his Ilk could b? gotten off of the Emerald Isle peace, peace and prosperity much nee-demight be the immediate heritage of the Irish people. the fact to do It In a way so th3t John Henry would not get on to it, as the weather was too hot to be bothered with that bird now. jsus that he would accompany us. We I had barely gotten out of sight when .John grabbed and hugged us like a bear, saying that it was the bes.t and 'firft excuse be had had for gettlnc off to town for. nigh on a year. We do hope though that Mrs. Thomas don't think we kept John out as long as we are afraid he stayed out, 'cause we went right to our boarding house and to bed. It looks bad for us one way and the other, but truth has ever ben our motto and ever shall be. XaLuUA Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluke.) "Everfast" colors last as long as NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Bubscrlbers desiring the paper sent must give Ba new address the request. the old in making Business Locals and Notices 10c and 8c Jar line, insertion.per lUe for each additional Obituaries, Resolution tnd Cards pt Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for aach head lino and siguautro, money U advance. Church Notices for services free, ut other advortlsoments, lc per word. Anonymous communicatlona will receive no attention. TELEl'HONE We had a mess or two of roasting corn at our house this week, it did not grow in our own garden, but as Mrs. Martin has been absent from home for several days, and she has a real good garden, too, our wife said as how It would be such a pity to let all of that perfectly good corn get too hard to eat and as Mrs. Martin, as above stated- being absent, Ranse has spent but little time at home, either day or night, so there T.'ab one of two things to do, viz: let the corn spile or, or anyhow we've had corn to eat. the cloth itself The Full-Visio- n Buick Top Combines Beauty and Utility AT last you can have for your-X- X self and your children wash blouses, suits and dresses that will not fade, no matter how they are washed and worn. Wc unreservedly guaranteo that"Evcrfat" Suiting is absolutely FAST TO SOAP AND EOIUNG FAST TO SUN AND WVATUER FAU0XAClEiatF"tAT'0ti 'WD Farmers Mutual Tit I DAY Jailer Nat Hudton is making him self quite a reputation along lines not connected with his official duJUNK 23 ties. Early in the spring Just past, he swore to us that he saw a deaf G9 Henry Ford does not appear to be making much progress toward acqulrr ini; the MuncIu Shoals project for the purpose of turning out fertilizer at 8 per cunt profit. IIIh offers have been denounced by members of Congress as In reality no offers at all, bo to speak. man buying himself a graphophonb or a phonograph, he would not bo certain which, as he said ho wanted to be right, and now a friend of his tells us that Nat lately told him that ho saw a blind man picking out and buying a set of nice pictures to hang in his home, the blind man's home, we mean. 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 all-weather ULOUSU OK SUIV i'ABKW. CpVNTLnS AH A DIIBSH. THE COST OP MAKING THE GARMENT. 1 Wo will promptly and cheerfully return your money net only for every yard of Evfv.V Suiting which, for any reason, does not hold its color, but also "EvMfait" Suiting has been rubbed and scrubbed with tho strongest kinds of laundry Eoap, boiled in washing soda, and exposed for weeks to sun, wind, rain and salt air without losing color in the slightest degree. "EverlQit" Suiting is piece-dye- d by a special process. It is one yurd wide mercerized and comes in all popular colors. Tho nnmo "Everfast " is stamped every yard in the belvage. Next tinio you nro in th piece goodii department, ask for a nample Bwatch of "Ever n Tako fa" way youit home, test it to any like and prove yourself that hero at last is an absolutely fust-colwash or fabric 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. PEO. U. 8. fAT. OFF. A .Everfast M Jhe I C Ml Popular Shade Yard iclde, e the y.r? Tho Republican was overrun with We got a twist of tobacco the othlaHtimlnute orrterw for advertising er day, nearly. The only thing that snaco this week, even belne forced kept us from being successful was the to leave out some of the last orders. I fact that Uncle Bill Johnson said he The unexpected and late calls for forgot to get it when he left home. space necessarily crowded our columns and curtailed space for read Kaiser Rial and Bat Nail both hap ing matter. We strive always, ot pened to be in this office at one and avoid this, but a nowspaper, like the ' the same time this week and wo near- -' fanner "must make hay while the ly threw a fit through fear that some jjun shines." preacher-lik- e, or respectable person would come in and catch those birds Tho elections just held In Ireland in our nlace. rcBultfd In a largo majority voting for ratification of the treaty making Wo wore down nt tho Hornwi nffim Erin a free State, with final allegl-- , 'tother clay and took note of tho fact ! ance to- - the British Crown acknowl- - that they had Just received what ap- -' edged. Hod It not been for do Va- - pared to be a large boiler and a lot plpo, Goodman, was awfully nice dcrla and a few uncompromising radi-,o- f .caJs this step could have and, doubt- - to us and said tbm if we did meution J i BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN ACTON BROTHERS Dealers HARTFORD, KY. When r ? 7 v. ' Carson thorn. (&. Co. k better automobiles lire built, liulck ' will build Hartford, Kentucky. 3 Phyto Sa!!r for Rheumatism , 4 Mr. Melvin Drowning Is from an lllnws of malaria. FAIR'S JUNE SALE! $, T WStVW 7 rifVSsftiXx D. A, Gray and son, Dolmar, Hertford R. G, w:re !t 'C7,n Saturday nnd called at th!s "'fee. 666 Curri Miliaria, Chilli, er r.illmiH Fever, Colds nml LnGrlnpp. 50t20t Fev- Prof, nnd Mrs. O. D. Carson city, am the parents of another baby girl, born lat Saturday night. Mr. Glenn Dames and Mrs. Anna Dennett and little son, Charles Ross, were In Owensboro Tuesday. Race Victory :WThe at INDIANAPOLIS ran Road Victory J&J KvM iThe at WICHITA. Help you Choose Tiws 500 Mesdames.M. L. Heavrln, Henry Leach and S. O. Keown were In Owensboro yesterday shopping. Every day adds new merchandise 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 vi.- -. of Cotton Goods of every description. See our Short Lengths ideal goods for children's school dresses. Mrs. Sallle T. Johnsdn of Is the guest of friends and In Hartford and Dundee. Mrs. A. D. Riley and sons. John nnd Baxter, went to Owensboro-yesterday- . They will return today. Miss Sudle Allen, city, spent. last with Esq', and Mrs. Leslie Coombs, Hartford D. F. D. No. 2. week-en- d miles at 94.48 miles an hour a relentless grind rough-finisheconcrete and brick pavement at record breaking speed that is the gruelling test Oldficld Cord Tires underwent successfully at Indianapolis Speedway May 30th. They were on the winner's car for the third successive year and on eight of the ten finishing in the money, upholding the confidence successful race drivers have in the trustworthiness and ability of these tires to meet the greatest demands of speed, endurance and safety. Their records in every other important race have been equally as good. Consider this achievement along with another test of Oldfield quality made at Wichita, Kansas, this past winter and early over a d, sun-bak- ed -- Miss Lurene Collins of Greenville, guest of her parwas the week-en- d ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, city. Miss Tlllie May, city, Is the guest of her brother, Mr. Allen (Dabe) May, and "Airs. May, nt Madisonvllle. Misses Ethel and Mary Barnard of Island, arrived here Wednesday for a several days visit with relatives and friends. Miss Helen Westsrfleld!, city, spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Rommie Helton, V k rutted, icy Kansas roads, running day and night on a Studcbaker stock car without a single tire change. This test was made by a group of Wichita automotive dealers in a tire, oil and gasoline economy run. Mayor Kemp of Wichita was official observer and made affidavit to the mileage and service given by Oldfield tires. of Indianapolis nor the steady grind of bad winter roads, but it is good to know you can get such safety and mileage economy by buying Oldfield tires. Ask your nearest dealer. Agenls Everywhere Oldfield Tires are d I e t r 1 buted Increased Easiness buying pub- spring. 34,525 miles on You may never subject your tires to the gruelling experience In Tanner, of McHenry, are the guests Misses Addle Gaddls and Mary Lee Ash- The lic I tho surest barometer of the value of any article. T h o I r approval of Oldfield value has been demonstrated by the Increase of 165 In business for the first five month of 1922 over tho corresponding period of 1921. branches and distributing wa rehouses Inall parts of the United States. More dealers are constantly becoming Oldfield agencies and Oldfield Tires are now available in your throne It 73 7kz&7&6o, ESI of Mrs. Elmore Ashley and Mr. ley, city. 'The Most Trustworthy Tires Built" Miss Bessie Morton and niece, Miss Sallle Harris Dean, of Louisville, are the guest of friends and relatives In The Oldfield Tire Company, Akron, Ohio J il im Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith, Messrs. J. D. Herndon and E. F. Render of McHenry, were callers at this office, i1'ii BASE BALL! MORGANTOWN vs. HARTFORD At Hartford f JUNE SUNDAY, . . 25 This game will be one of the best of the season. You .can't afford to miss this one. Game called prompt ly at 3 o'clock. Admission 25c. ' i The jHartford VIUI1AY Republican WW 23 l'hyto Sallcl Qenoral Tonic. Morgantown vs. Hartford, nt Sunday, June 25. Rev. L. D. Herald, Pastor of the Hickory Church, will conduct a ser- Saturday. Judge W. H. Barnes made a bust- - vice at Bald Knob, Saturday night, June 24th. ne'ss trip to Calhoun, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranney and little son wro the guests of relatives fh Did you ever "cuss" the cow when Miss Annabel King Is the the Select neighborhood Wednesday guest of Miss Emily Bell of Bu- - she. swats you In the face when you and Thursday. mom milklne? Don't do It anv more. ford. i You can chase the files with Pratts' Mrs. Randall Watterson of Ashley, Sold at WILLIAMS & W. C. Smith qualified as Police Fly Chaser, 111., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Blt2 TAYLORS. Mrs. E. P. Foreman, and other rela- Judge for the town of McHenry tives in this city Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon of Lawrence-burTenn., arrived in this city, FriGillespie, city, is the Mrs. R. H. Mr. Charlie Gaddls, McHenry, went day to spend the remainder of this to Owensboro Thursday of last week, guest of her Bister, Mrs. Nettie Reid, month with her sister, Mrs. R. B. to be examined by a specialist In re- Rockport. Duke and Mr. Duke, city, and her gard to his health. cans, that really fruit The funeral of Mrs. Jesse Casebier seal the fruit In and the air out. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. at Union Grove 51t2 was conducted Sunday, the Rev. William Church Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vlckers, of OwSavage officiating. ensboro, spent Sunday and Monday Hartford will have her best ine-u- p In this city, the. guests of Mr. and of the season in her bout with Mrs. Rowan Holbrook. Morgantown Sunday. Game will start Mr. Dewey Bean, of Narrows, R. at 3 o'clock, sharp. F. D. No. 2, spent Sunday and Mon Miss Lillle Ward, who Is danger- day in this- city the guest of his aunt, ously ill at the homo of her parents, Mrs. Margaret Pnipps. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ward, near Beda, Mr. and Mro. Marvin Parks and is not expected to recover. children and Mrs. A. W. Mills, city, Mr. C. N. Baird, who fof tho past wore, guesta of Mr. and Mrs. Timor Hartford, Routo 2, several months has had employment Westorfield, in Central City, has movaJ his vife Sunday. and children to that city. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlciumor and Elinn and Wllhelmena, Mrs. Willie Wiasatt of children, Mr. and Sunnydale, spent Saturday night and were guests of Mr, aud Mrs. Robert Sunday with their daughter, Mia. A. Lauterwass'cr, Hartford Route R. 1, Sunday. U. Rial and Mr. Rial, city. Phyto Sallcl for Health Insurance. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ste.war of Cromwell. Mr. O'Bannon Jolnea her Saturday, and remained nnta Tuesday. Mrs. JameVPrltchard and children, of Louisville, arrived in this to spend two or three weeku with Mrs. Prltchard'a parents, and Mrs. R. D. Bennett. Rez. g, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford! Maddox ana baby, who have been the guests o Mr. Maddox's parents, Mr. and Mrs-C- . T. Maddox, of Beaver Dam, have returned! to their homo In Self-seal- er Another Hot Wave Coming! iiiiiiHw JW T" 1 1 EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. SMOKE At The Best Stands. Miss Minerva Johnson is tho guest Mr. H. C. Williams and' Miss Ruth of Mrs. Chester Leach. RIloy of Owensboro, were guests, of Miss Rlloy's sister, Mrs. W. E. Ellis Mr. J. W, Wilson mado a. business and Mr. Ellis, city, Sunday. trip to Loulsvillo yesterday. Miss Nina Clark, who for the past o Wagon, soveral months has made.bor homo VOU SALIC In this city, left Wednesday for Rock-por- t, Good aa new. where she will reside. E. E. DUIKHEAD, Hartford. One-hors- Mr. E. L. Wilson and niece, little Ml9 Virginia Munsor, of Provldcnco, were recent guests of Mr. Wilson's daughter, Mrs. T. T. Frazlor and Rev. Frazler, city. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Phyto Sallcl at all Dealers. Mrs. E. P. Foreman, home here. Is Mr. Inos Wostorflold, Fordsvlllo, Routo 1, was a pleasant caller at this office Saturday. Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Hoover of Central City, were guests of relatives in ill at her this city, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett of Cenguests of Mrs. J. B. York is confined to her tral City, were week-en- d room with illness. relatives in this city. Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp wont to Mrs. Jack Farrls, of Denver, Colo, is the guest of relatives in und near Dawson. Springs Monday, whero sho will spend several days. this city. ' I'. K Old pre-wKnives. nt Mrs. J. W. Nowland ami children, prices on Keen Kut-t- er shipment Just in Virginia Belle, J. W. and Nancy Loo, Glt2 of Grafton, 111., spent Sunday with Mrs. Belle Burton, city, & TAYLORS. WILLIAMS ar A new Mr. and Mrs. William Moy, after spending the past month with friends and relatives In Ohio County, will return to their homo In Linton, Ind., Miss Elma Patton and Master tomorrow. Leonard Westerfleld, Hartford R. F. Miss Kennedy Collins, who for the D. 2, spent Saturday night wltjh Mr. past few months has been employed W. H. Gillespie, city. aud Mrs. as a stenographer in Albany, Ala., E. Ellis, city, and Miss has returned to her home here, to Mrs. W. Hettle, Riley, Owonsboro, left here spend the summer. Wednesday, for Martinsville, lnd. WANTED TO I1UY about four whero they will spend two weks. Shoats weighing about GO pounds Mr. J. Glenn Barnes, Misses Leila each, from someone- - who can deliver Glenn and Mildred Stevenson, city, them In Hartford. Call hpme phone were the guests of Miss Gorln Flener, Number 54, Hartford Ky. of Cromwell, Sunday afternoon. Placo your order for a Ford now. Mrs. Arthur Petty of Hen- You will get It in a short time. Up Mr. and derson, Mrs. James Nance and little until Juno 1st., 1922 there were 744 son, William, of Owensboro, spent cars registered In Ohio County, 5G1 from Saturday until Wednesday lu of them are Fords. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. this city, the guests of relatives. Fan and an American Beauty Iron will prepare you for the long hot days. A G-- E . We carry a complete stock trical Supplies of Elec- Beaver Dam Milling Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. Hero Ho the bones of Ed McGce rinl effort. A patient appreciates a BEGIN WASHINGTON A wlz nt snappy repartee. prescription that there has been so , MEMORIAL TEMPLE Tho butt of Eddie's sharpist quip SAYS FOREMAN much trouble over, and when he takes j n on his hip! racked a if hn dprlviB some benefit from It. Ohio Sun Dial. Ground Urnkcn Tor MitKnlflrlciit Ma- more m WATCHMAN ' Hut don't you do any my boy,ofIf that tonic Edifice Honoring The you three-minubusiness KXONEHATKS GOVKUNOIl Country's Father. druggist. want to become a. first-clas- s won't do. You have got to study OF It Grand jury complaints alleging IlTOLD HIM June 17. (Capital "Washington, human nature." spadeful of legal expenditure of public money by The first News Service). "fall of their own weight" . . ....Hah f lh ' earth has ,bcen turned on Shooters Gov. Relly to Prosecuting Judgo according wlin nnssotl on the case. How , JAshby Gains 20 Pounds Tak ever, the governor's opponents say I hey day 8 'memorial to George Wellington, the uncomfortable and cannot put vim , they will pursue him until they make u The Rin L vor him resign. Herblne Is tho reme n 11 r..:L- - T Washington, as Master of what Is by Children that aro affected Washlngton-Alexan- ' -- now known as . www , .... . ,. worms are pale nnd sickly and liable .Kim reculates. race c ouw u) m aria L,oage t. a. a. ai ien some fatal disease. County Drug lo. Twenty. Qf the most lmportant historic to contract expels Cream Vermifuge Interest These now In the Poe White's promptly and puts thd child OUK GERMAN TIIADB GROWING worms tj. S1UI1 Ul IUC WUfcC 111 liic uiu 3Gc per suitably housed In the on the rond to health. Price "Tnnlac helped mo gain twenty a customhouse report city, will be County Drug According to mo feci aB woll as erect- bottle. Sold by The Ohio fireproof temple to be pounds and mado ,n Imports into this country beautiful Company. beI did when n boy of twenty," said Gorman during April totaled ed on a commanding elevation D. 1003 Commercial St., thru New York Washington W. A. Aahby, COULDN'T POOL HIM as against $4,700,000 for tween Alexandria and Petersburg, Va., foroman for the $5,600,000year. U. S. exports to Ger- C. April last rcteraburg Trunk and Bag Co. The building Is to cost two and a A young country chap onco got a many increased about $4,000,000. "For threo ycaro my stomach wna half millions of dollars, and Is to job in a city grocery. He was very our total same month so dieord'cred I couldn't eat a thing, For tho foreign eountrles fell $15,- - commemorate the Masonic activities cautious In his new berth they had to of His Country, who not even milk and eggs, but what told him nt home that the city peoand Imports tell 511.uuv.uuu. of The Father cnused a heaviness and burning like 000,000 carried Masonic teachings into his ple would try to Josh him because he flro In my stomach. Then my knees every official act, nnd who gave an was green. He kept a sharp lookTHOSE POLITICIANS and nnkles got so swollen up with Impetus to the. Masonic activities of out accordingly for Joshers. Is still a rheumatism I could hardly hobble a fortune in politics. the United States which A sober old maid entered the gro"Freddie has around. On top of all this I took tho the guiding force. cery one morning. "I want some bird Ho knows the ropes," declared Tlu' and when I got up from that admiring friend. The turning of the first earth was seed, please." she said. spell I was worse than ever. cam done by Louis A. Watres, of Scranton The new cHrk sneered and answer"Yes, I judged that from the George "Tho watchman at tho factory got gave me." Chicago Pa., who Is president of the cigar he ed scornfully: "No, ye don't lady. Ye mo to taking Tanlac, and now my ap- paign Washington Masonic Memorial As- - can't string me. Birds come from American. petite Is so keen thoy can't ring tho snclntlon. The invocation was made eggs, not seeds". dinner bell too quick. I never have Inby the Rev. Dr. Morton, chaplain of The rodghneck politician hurst Indigestion and the rheumatic pains He Darling, ther&'s been somein an excit the association. swelling have all gone. 1 to t hn lawvcr'c office and and the you is the plan of the association to thing trembling en my lips for a It manner asked: "What would a month. will always bless the day I got Tan- ed a building which will bo do If a paper should call you a unci erect lac." Mecca for Masons throughout the aht3o l'vo noticed. Why don't compare ou shave it on? New York Evtr nr Tanlac Is sold by all good drug- and liar?" lawyer scruuniz- - world and one which will "Well," eald the Adv. gists. . fnvriT-niilin beauty with the Lincoln World. lngly. "if I were you ru xoss uji " "' I'd reform or Memorial recently dedicated in Wash nickle to see whether GKAKTS PIIIST INTERVIEW M..L'- - .HI K.IUV, .:.." ..11 I'd ington and the House of the Temple, pay no attention to the statement." '- ireo-.r.-gD!ck io propos' "magnificent homo of the Supreme For tho first time in 110 years a of the Scottish Rite for the he didn't do It. two-hoCouncil Political Orator (after Well, ho proponed to me. h ruler of Tibet has condescended to great Southern Jurisdltcion, which has European. Recently speech) I have spoken at converse with a Maud Hew did you innnage It? I brought to Washington D. C, the my friends, in order that tho Dalai Lamn granted an interview length, Edith I did all I could to on this mat- hnnst of havinc the most beautiful slowly breaking away from might make my position Tibet is him. Doston Trnnecrlpt. temple in the entire world. fratsrnal . nt Lhasa to an electrical engineer, ter clear. you v'11-i.- p Voice from gallery Ixow f!rnot Wlist nc you run its policy of keeping aloof from the Kind Old Lady (in railroad staopen might tell us just where you stan- doutside world and now wants to you crying about. ning for, sonny? What are tion telegraphic communication with her Brooklyn Eagle. 1lJ I'm try'n' to keep two felmy dear? After meeting the chief 'rom fightin.' .neighbors. from i was driven Flapper a fpiiPr has a right to hold his Village Grocer Who arc the fel ruler, who Is also head of the native political opinions, hain't he?" home. church, the European partook of a own Oh, how terrible! lows? Kind Old Lady neignoor. Boy Bill Perkins and me. luncheon and visited the sourly demanded a Flapper And and the taxi man has if he holds 'em!" repli"He "council of shapes" or native parliaLegion only charged me $2 too much. ed the gaunt Mlssourian. "It's ment. gets to slinging 'em at me Weekly. when he FOR FLETCHER'S Kansas .City Star. 1 object." Gatirrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured that "Arc those eggs tresh?" cannot reach by local applications, as they e the ear. There "Yes. Mrs. Newbride. "They would the diseased portion ot catarrhal dealnesi. ; "You don't display our sly one way to cure remedy. Fresh "You want to keep your not have been laid until tomorrow if by a and that Deslness constitutional an eloquence in public." Is cauied by morn- eyes open around here today." Catarrhal mado a mistake this condition of the mucous llnlne of "Not In public," admitted Senator I hadn't the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Im-Is Soph "Why?" me ing and torn rn extra leaf off the or Inflamed you have a rumbling sound entirely Sorghum, "but you ought to hear perfect htarinr. and when It Is FrSh "Because people will think I'm explaining to calendar." Country Gentleman. the n my office when closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless tube you are a damn fool If you go around can be reduced and this inflammation constituents hearlnc restored to Its normal condition, cases of a group of influential Irate Papa No, sir. My daughter with them shut." The . Kentucky Many able to carry out wUl be destroyed forever. by catarrh, which Is why I haven't been deafness are caused Washington can never be yours. Cardinal. an Inflamed condition of the mucous sursome of their ideas. Bright Suitor Quito r'sht, sir. Sha faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the Star. my daughter. I BACK FHOM THE PAST can not possibly bo system. o We will elve One Hundred Dollars for to be my wife. Col any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot QUEEN only wanted her Medicine. CirCLAIMS SHE'S EGYPTIAN have he cured by Hall's Catarrh 75c. orado Dodo. All women who claim to culars free. All Drurslsts. -- CHENET & CO.. Toledo. O. "something a "little different" from F. J. Who knows but what you. gentle The Boss I'm afraid you are not others, harken to the voice from old reader, are a reincarnation of some qualified for the position; you don t Egypt expressed in the person of Mrs FINISH LONG FLIGHT antique bit of humanity. Antlnea know anything about my buslenss. Emma Field, of Chicago. She's got nu uiu.... Applicant Don't I, though! I am it on you, all right. Though IgnorSacadura and Coutlnho, what's-Her-isamCants. LonPortuguese aviators, have reached j a reincarnation of an bgjpuan in free engaged to your stenographer. ant of that ancient art, she writes fluPcrnambuco, thus completing their who had 25 husbands, believes teu-Hn- g don Answers. ently In the drawings symbolic of Chicago . transatlantic flight from Europe to love and she is now In about It. the Barneses. Scientists are using Teacher What Is the presidential up those simple folk all America. Starting from LisSouth that extra daylight saving hour to -- succession law, John? puzzle the thing out. bon early in April they flew to the John The presidential succession Surgeons agree that In cases ot Canary and then the Cape Verde isA woman was taken to see Niaga they tried ?uts, burns, bruises and wounds, the law provides that if both president lands. From the latter die tho cabinet ra falls, and for a while she gazed in most Important, to reach Brazil but were forced down first treatment Is antiseptic Is ep- - and members will follow In succession. when on efllclent fascination as the great volumes of near St. Paul's rocks in of Boys' Life. over the water swept unchecked hydroplane was sent to plied promptly, there is no danger Another o fell Into the whirling tor complete the Infection and the wounu Begins iu rocks and them from Portugal to HAND ON THE CLOTHES heal at once. For use on man or below. But suddenly a look of flight. new clothes your husband rents passed over antisep"Twas beast, Borozone Is the Ideal agony her face. work this day, were they not, NO JAZZ FOR BRAZIL tic and healing agent. Buy It now wore to "Goodness gracious," sho exclaimemergency. Mrs. O'Marra?" the section foreman and be ready for an ed. "That rt minds me I'm sure 1 expo$1.20. Sold by Inquired as he stopped by the O'Mar- left tho lmth tap running!" Price 30c. 60c, and Tho Brazilian international ra door. Ohio County Drug Co. sition at Rio do Janeiro recently "They was Indeed, but the poor It "I hear you've sold your pig," that tho United States send "What fool would wear them, Instead of said one farmer to another first-clas- s jazz orchestra, as IT'S AN EASY MATTKK "a Toal O'SAY "THANK YOU" keeping them for Sunday," Mrs. got?" d'ye TO jazz is not known In South America." Marra responded with an ominous "Thirteen dollars." V. A. Harrison, U.'s. commissioner "What'd It cost you to ralso It?" When the telephone operator has frown. "What of It?" to the fair, replied that since "Brazil "I am afraid they are ruined en"Paid $3 for the shoto, flvo for tho friendly nation It would be noth-In- u been helping one through a difficult Is a Inconversation tirely," the foreman said regretful- lumber In tho pen nnd house and flvo toll connection and the short of an unfriendly act to engine, more for the feed." music to an successfully ended, it makes a favor ly. "Run over by a bwltch troduce such to call her up and they were." "Didn't make much, did yo?" able impression unoffending people." "And how did Pat come to have say that you are much obliged for all "No, but I had the use of tho pig . having first ascer off his clothes?" Mrs. O'Marra de- all summer." DRUGGED CONSCIENCE 'THE her trouble after astonishd to manded In tained that she is in condition ment. "What If) your favorlto chapter In noticed," bald a stand the shocks "I "He did not." the foreman re- tho Bible, Uncle Ajax?" an old dardruggist to his jssistant, "that it only Now the usual procedure In such a for granted sponded briefly. Country Gentle- key iaa aaked. you three mlnuteu to get up a case Is to take good-luc- k took Uncle Ajax limacktd his lips. "Dat iirescrlplon for that woman who just as our due and to kick like steers man. . one whar it tellu about de 12 oposdo you mean by when luck Is bad. This Is the worst What went out. STEAM SHOVELS DISTUUB Life. sums, Huh!" ho replied. kind of sportsmanship. It results, that?" OLD INDIAN SLUMBERS . only a little carbolic acid when ill luck does come, In feeling "It "was "Henry Thompson, what do you and water," replied the assistant. "I and behaving as If we were monsWashington, June 17. The slum- mean by trncklug mud all over my usltuply had to pour a few drachms of trously abused and persecuted; when, bers of prehistoric Indians burled In clean .floor?" acid Into the bottle and fill It up by dwelling on the small morsels of ot "I was merely trying to convince come with every the Southwest before the time satisfaction, which with water." only day and every hour, It Is possible to Christ will be rudely disturbed this you, my dear, that I have been work"Never mind If you did have summer by the raucous growl of the ing In the garden." New York Sun. to do that." tho druggist declared, store up enough serene temper to modern steam shovel. prescriptldo over rainy days. "don't you know that every SERVICE g cars, trackage, derTo call up the operator and say tion must take at least 20 minutes to parapher-nell- a and other dUpense or the customer will think he. we appreciate the courtesy shown Is, ricks Successful operation of public utilibo used for scientific exwill Isn't getting anything for his money? first of all, good manners. After that, cavation in tho ancient Pueblo Bonlto ties is advantageous to a community. It Is an in"When a prescription Is handed you It Is something more. by Dr. Nell M. Judd, Good service means progress. Poor and water or pepper- vestment which pays Inner dividends In Chaco Canyon . oven for salt curator of American archaeology of public utility Bervlce spells economic mint you must take It, look at it of a coin that does not tarnish. Bos- the Smithsonian Institution. loss, doubtfully, as If It were very hard ton Globe. The success ot a public utility, like Dr. Judd left Washington to conbring to make up. Then you must askthe auspices of the succesu of any other business, deduct this work under It "Pa, what Is a rare volume?" patronage from It to me, and1 wo will both readyou the Natlqnal Geographic Society. Ho pends upon ltberal ed Clarence. shako our heads. After that and may result In con residents of tho community It serves. thinks bis work go hack to tho customer and ask It Is a matter ot mutual Interest for nectlng tho period In which theso If he does, you have loaned It," replied Pa. 1.1. if hn wants It today. with the Mayan tho community and the operators of Pueblo Indians lived a spo-- J Brooklyn Eagle. fj ou answer that you will make six-gu- THE te 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 IT bofC ingiBiu.ij'Dier Si.r t ?IF1I.,keaBovOf irrpf-ninrltl- ""!? rv. 2 r , ... 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FOR KIDNkZY, LIVER AND Succeed when It Without It their iffrs - I'KGH HAltMONV IN PALESTINE a STOMACH TROUBLE the best medicine cer eoJ4 over a druggis's counter. -- ur The Moslem Masonic lodge of Egypt has addressed an appeal to tho population of Palestine to work for harmony between Arabs and Jews It journ among strangers" and refirti regards the Jews as "brothers and cousins who have been obliged to so-t- o Canada and Swltzeilanil as ex amples of countries occupied by p o pie of diverse races who live In harmony. Every "Woman Wants DIRECTORY Ohio County CTHCUIT COURT Meets first Monday In March, May nnd July; third Monday In September and fourth Monday in November: George S. Wilson, Owensboro. UfRC Glover H. Cary, Com'tli. Attorney Calhoun. . Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis. Commissioner r Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday In each Mn-stc- Haj itrrt&ary drmaaiof sad tfrnrwciJal 50r. all dnisruti. cr pot.TJ by SaC3i (.mm. TKPiitinTo3.tCwtpany. fistuo. M&m FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for naral catarrh, ore throat and sore eyes Economical. Fr. Children Cry A&? Mothers Js-- 1 old-tim- CASTOR A 1 A month: Judge e, iu.. R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT 'onvenes first Monday In each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Monfirst Tuesday In day In January; April and October, It. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. J. P. McCoy. Hartford 1st District 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towQ. B. Brown, Simmons 3rd District J. R. Murphy, Fords- 1th District vllle. Sam II. Holbrook, HartJith District ford, R. F. D. No. 4. flth District Mack Martin, Narrows II. F. D rNo. 2. 7lh District JT. Walter Taylor, Ilea-vo- r Dam, R. F. 1). No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. Convenes First Monday In every month. Mr3. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, Sccrotary-Treasurc- r. and R. A. Owon, Chairman, Hnrtford, R. F. D. No. 0. W. It. Carfon, Vice Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. 3. Nat Llndloy, Ccntortown, R. F 1). 1. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Rcnfrow, Dundee. Examinations'. For Common School Dlplonuis Fourth Frldny nnd Saturday In January, nnd Second Friday and Saturday In May. To bo he'd In Fords-vlllBeaver Dam and Hnrtford. Third For TenclirrH Certificate Friday nnd Saturday in May, Juno and Soptomhor. Except notice Is given to tho contrary tho latter examinations will be hold In Hartford. OTHER OFFICER8 'lax Commissioner R. F. Keown, Fordsvlllo. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo Representative Ira Jones, White Run. HARTFORD Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. ROOKPORT Robort L. Green, Judge. Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. Edd Coopor, Chairman. W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. Stilll Mason, Treasurer. lo o, Yerlruotuge larweuwunm Safe Old Fashioned A J Remedy for Worms SeTents.Gvereariconlin-uou- s use is the best testi- monial FXEY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. Ocabotilestyoufdnirfit'sor tmeral store; or if your dsslcr ttS. can't tupplyyou.sendhisnsmft and 30c in stamps and we'll aeod you a bottle prompdy. tHEY. Ballimsrt. Hi. nt WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealme'nl sug-.nost- ed EBkW' A quick relief tor tbat tired, for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION FOFUONE MONTH fcellnc, LOCK Box OIO COLUMBUA O. couchi, pains in chert, nlcbt sweats, brmor-thacIt it dot weak lunci or consumption. ael help you it costs you nothing. e OHIO MEDICAL CO. open-mouthe- well-know- n USE LI V-V- ER LAX - For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation, oE i j te Fecltrlcht all the time. Don't hyM from work for days by taking calomel yo when pleasant on your feet, while rcliovingyour trtiubt le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl tako anything else. You can't affor it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses syx tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, but in its effect and certain in results. 1 ytlM won't bo long before completely displace calomel in ever home,',. Children can take it freely frci with perfect safety. Every bottle 60c and $1 in bottles Nost remiine without the likeness and BigsM mm of L. K, Grifisby. For sale by L , wn.TiT.yua, - Eftflftc ax guajr-anteed. m FARM DEPARTMENT. DniMW ! WASHINGTON COMMENT ) 4 L Hoards of Trade, Commercial Clubs, Business Men's League, Woman's Clean Town Club they aro many In kind and all good In Intent. Sometimes they find themselves without worlds to conqusr or abuses to correct. Here Is nn osample for all such to follow: The Scottish Kite Consistory of Sioux City distributed, froo, three American hundred and forty-seve- n flags to tho public schools of Its city. Each school received a large flag, and In addition a smaller flag for each room In the school. The flag Is responsible for tho school. Had there been no flag, and all for which It stands, there would ment." b? no public schools and all tho opcounties In tho near future. portunity they offer to rich child and tiiimm: m: poor child alike. "It Is Impossible to bring soil up Mo tho highest state of fertility wlthThe school Is responsible for the Here arc some Interesting facts In flag; had we no schools, and no drainage." Mr. Welch point niit cood progress of lighting. young w men and women growing up ed out in speaking of the projects retard to the was the Is poorly drained or not The earliest form of lighting When land In them, we would have no defend.ir.,inn.i nt nil. everv duality neces nnltnnrv wood fire In caves. ers of the Institutions for which the 5000 B. C. Torches or lighted flag stands, no men and women to sary for a fertile soil Is either wholIn holders of stone ly or partially destroyed. Poor drain- splinters placed glory In Its red, white and blue, availability of all the or cla. age lowrs tho honor It, protect it. 300 11. C. Lamps, made of lira Flairs belong In schools. The school plant food elements by preventing the of air through the or bronio, became highly anlstlc. proper circulation without a flag, to be seen every day r.n h. C. Romans used Brushes ...,.l,.,,Innn,1 tf tliere n nnd nrevents good structure crumblness" soaked In grease forerunner of the, by the linrneterlzed seats, enough children can, and do at times, sit on boxes. Where thnt Is necessary for easy working of candle. 300 A. D Phoenicians Introduc-rothere aro no blackboards, slates can th -- oil and the development of plant Constantinople, hn used. If there aro not enough sjstems: It also prevents the'ed' eandVs In proper decomposition of organic mat- - j . 400 to 1700 A. D The candK books .two or more can share a vol with lamp and ti-and the consequent formation of tallow or wax, vies ume between them. nitrogen and other ele- - Winters. compounds of But there Is no substitute for the I vegetable or fish o 1700-Gr- ease. which are available as plant flag. i lamps, with wicks, being to be used. "0(, Sioux City Consistory has pointed win-- 1 1780 Whale, grease or fish oil the way; every organization In every "Heaving, or freezing out of . !,, i favored by poor! lamps, equipped with round wicks truly American community can fol drainage If poorly drained land has and glasa chimneys low with profit where they have leu. Gas lighting' perfected. 1S00 a slope. It washes more than soil that lSr0 Discovery of petroleum, rehas good under drnlnage for the A woman In Georgia Is under senmore water must volutionizes oil lamp lighting. reaon that foreEdison, apostle of light pro- tence of death for murder. The 1S79 be carried away by surface drainage. lamp. man of the jury which convicted her electric Many sloping lands have poor under duces Incandescent a coldAuer Von Welbach produc- said the jury was convinced 1SS5 drainage. A striking characteristic blooded crime had been committed gas mantle. of poorly drained soil Is a tight, whit-- ed incandescent for Incandescent electric lights and that there was no reason lSOfi or grayUh subsoil, often containIngrow- clemency. carbon filament. ing brown or rust colored spots. The made with aye, But from all over the Stats of tile drainage Is the ing use. Installation electric light, and from all over the country come Incandescent 1921 only remedy that can be applied to a woman using Tungsten filament, In high the usual protests whenever such soils." s to be hanged. state of perfection. It Is an encouraging sign; some What will be next? Salera News. Kami- Stress Need or .Many Hentetl -- day the protest will bo equally strong Better Contrails. when the criminal is a man. Lexington. Ky., June 10. More "An eye for an eye and a tooth for nnii" was cood law In ancient than. on third of tho farms In Kentucky are operated by tenants, actimes; It Is good law yet for frontiers and Children For Infants a cording to the 1020 census. Leasing for Years mustplac-- and times wliere His man In Use For Over own defend his own with contracts under which many of these operated point out the Always bears strength and wit. farmers aro the need In tho State for more general Signature of But there cams Ono with a new which will keep the use of contracts law. "Thou shalt not kill," say the lawyers, was never meant for govland up In productiveness and at tho PltAXKS OV KKHLKCTION the tenant to make same time enable ernmental authority In modern Ono Is tempted to wonder a fair profit and the landlord a fair states! While paljitlng pictures atop the how they know. rate of return, according to W. D. Nlcholls. head of the farm economics historic old Baltimore shot tower, But It Is not upon Biblical, redepartment of the College of Agricul- Howard Freeh, local artist, was ligious nor moral grounds that the startled by the apparatlon of a man protest against legal murder of either ture. leasing walking upside down along the towof successful "One type man or woman la gradually gathercontract is that which Includes tho er wall. Investigation showed that ing headway. It Is upon the ground .n.ia tit., onnt u'lipro tlio uncannv of common sense. If hanging was a Joint ownership of hogs, beef or dal small hole in deterrent to murders, murders would xy cattlo sheep and other productive vision appeared was a..,-, . .. .. .. . ll ,1 uiu uu pfinse. If hanulng is a rovenge of the tenant lurnisiies uu -i,n wan tnrouK n wuicu AU nviuinrV Tin work shone. Through thl3 apcrature imthe labor and In most cases, the state (which It Is not supposed to be), The landlord ages of persons passing on the walk It Is a very poor one; inuian ana instock and machinery. usually pays tho service fees and outsldo were projected upside down. quisition and Chtneso bandits can Interest In the colts. Following this tho artist discovered show much better ones! If hanging owns a one-haPoultry, up to a reasonable point, still another freak of reflection. On was an advantage to state or society, aro owned by the tenant who gets the ono sldo of tho fall Is a shuttered more men would be hanged! window six feet above the sidewalk. proceeds from tho enterprise. death penalty Hanging any of an Inch Is uneconomic, unsound, degrading. net receipts aro divid- In It Is a hole "The other Tho landlord furnishes In diameter. Images of passers-b- y ed equally. The law allows visitor to the penitenand buildings, pays the waro reflected through It on the win- tiaries, but hides Its legal murder the land taxes and iiisuranco on them. In most dow pane In much the same manner from all except "official" witnesses. cases furnishes tho grass seed and as figures projected on tho screen by That is another good sign; some tho other expenses ex- a stereoptlcon machine. Tho "pln-hol- day tho thing now done undsr cover, pays one-ha'camera works on this simple although legally, will bo as extinct cepting those for labor. Necessary minor repairs on fences usually aro scientific principle. In our civilizations as breaking on made by the tEnant without charge, and the iron tho wheel, tho nuto-de-f- a At SUNDAY-SCHOO- L tho landlord furnishing the material. of the middle ages! reg- -' maiden -- "So ypu attend Sunday-schosaid to little ularly?" the minister SIKS. A. WAIiKKIt Eve. FOR FLETCHERS "Oh, yes, sir." "And you know your Blblo?" -- . "Oh, yes, sir." "Could you perhaps tell mo someKENTUCKY CHOI OUTLOOK tucky f.i''mei this year have shown jiio; in reel In tho drainage of tholr fuld than they have In any one of tlu ni"t three or four y?ars, accord liig t Kill 0. Welch, farm engineering specialist of the College of In line with this marked twelve demonstrations havo Interest been arranged by tho colWge uxton-xlo- n division on as many farms In 8 dlffrent counties of the State to point cut the vilue of drainage to Interested persnm, ha said. rr n, Madison, llockcasle and Cirri 11 ennntfes each have two such demonstrations whllo Muhlenberg, r and Jefferson counties 1' irt W' ! 'each have one. Additional demonstrations probably will be arrangod In cooperation with farmers In other 'Qulti' often, the tenant does not Every community In tho country have iiifflcUm rnpltal or credit to has some civic organization Attention. Kiwan- With finance hi half of the cnttle, hogi or Lexngton, Ky., Juno 1!. Unlnrv Unn. f'lvltnn. Ontlmlats. chambers of Commerce, tin do ao I" thi cot of tile, Ken- other reproductive livestock. Some CIlll)S f I'"'"'"' LnntM GHtlnjr Ad-dcl 4 . Kentucky inniiiurtin navo mtppueu thl capital, securing It by taking a mortgage on the livestock and per- mlttlng repayment out of tin tennnt's share of tho proceeds. Wlun the tenant Is an able, energetic and reliable man, this Is an excellent plan and servos th Interest of both parties. The tenant thus Is encouraged to do his beat and often will remain on the farm for several years. "For several years, the collece farm economics department has been mak-In- g n study of leasing contracts nnd has succeeded In working out a number based largely on the successful landlords experiences of Kentucky Copies of theso may be and tenants. obtained free by writing the depart- GALLON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In lkt light fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. -- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If ot r od-vlo- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY - are harvested or gathered. -- CASTOR TA 30 CZ&zt&fc s 1. lf one-eigh- th o" lf ol Reports on acreage and condition of tobacco and corn will as issueu July 12. The Kentucky crop this season In practically every part of the state gave promlso of being one of the best In recent years, but as It began filling considerable red rust developed, and there was some complaint of poor filling and of lodging. Condition Juno 1 was 93 per cent compared average of 82 per cent. to the Acreage of oats is 8 per cent less than 1921, with condition June 1, 90 per average cent compared to the 84 per cent. Barley acreage In of Kentucky Is about 2 per cent more than In 1921, and the condition June 1 96 per cent compared to the average of 90 per cent. Hay, of all kinds, was 90 per cent comparaverage of 82 per cent. ed to Clover hay acreage Is 5 per cent greater than In 1921 and tlu condition 90 per cent compared to the average of 85 per cent. Alfalfa condition Is 96 per cent and the acreage C per cent more than In 1921. Pasture Is excellent In practically all sections of the state; and a heavy blue crass seed crop has been strip ped, about 650,000 bus. Hemp acre age is exceedingly small this year. Condition of apples Is 70 per cent; peaches S2 per cent; pears 65 per cent; field peas and beans 90 per cent: cabbage 91 per cent; onions 92, blackberries 97, watermelonsSO; and muskmelons and cantaloupes 87. 10-ye- ar 10-ye- ar 10-ye- ar 10-ye- ar 10-ye- ar ligious service will never be popular, away: "Now I know America is a real because the women can't see each democracy." other's hats. Indianapolis News From the way things are going In the Chicago labor war, the munitions makers will soon forget the set back they got at the disarmament conference. Cleveland Plain Dealer Sir James Barrle told University of Glasgow students to "go through life without ever ascribing to your opponents mo tives meaner than your own." That'll, bo plenty mean enough, as a rule. M. rXXH Very Weak "After the birth o! my baby I had a back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was very 111; thought I was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't raise my head to get a drink of water. I took . . . medicine, yet I didn't get any better. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardul." Nashville Banner The modern girl can't have much malice In her heart. She is always so willing and ready to kiss and make up. go Waterbury Republican A Chicato kiss judge forced a his wife's foot and' to the credit of the lady she didn't kick when her wlfe-beat- er husband did It. Springfield News Tho contending Chinese armies fought all day last to cable disSunday, according patches. The missionaries still have , it seems. much work to do In Cu'-a- i TAKE Children Ory - XBWSPAPKU CLIPPINGS The BirmingDetroit free ham AgeHerald wants to know If anybody possesses enough courage to get up In public and speak a word Why, In behalf of the saxophone. certainly. A saxophone can make enough noise to drown out a ukulelo. CM The Woman's Tonic "1 found after one bottle of Cardui I was im- CASTORI ar thing that la In it?" "I could tell you everything that's In It." "Indeed." And the minister smiled. "Do tell mo, then." "Sister's beau's photo Is In it," said llttlo Evo promptly, "and ma'a reclpo for vanlahln' cream la In it, and a lock of my hair cut off when I was a baby Is In it, nnd tho ticket for pa's watch Is In It." Argonaut. DUYAX WOULD HEALTH IS VITAL Here is How to Take Proper Care of It Covington, Kv. "For a long timo I havo used Dr. Picrco's Pleasant Pellcta for biliousness and constipation to my entire satisfaction. I liavo also recommended tho samo to other people who have later thanked mo for telling them about theso 'Pleasant Pellets'. Just take them according to directions and relief is certain." Mrs. A. Walker, 1325 Banklick St. Constipation is at the root of most ailments. You- can avoid - half tho ills in Ufa . 111 T? Tl..llnn i, ijv uiude tr, i icrcu a i luaauiu i cucui. Your neighborhood druggist lius them m cany"CaSy to take? ft& lCniCnt L AV. .1. CANCEL WAK DKBTS In an address before tho Chatta-noog- a civic clubs Wm. J. Bryan favorwar cancellation of the allied ed debts. But there was one condition; tho continental nations must agree to real disarmament. j I ) Neighbor Doesn't your mother ' object to your staying out until two or throa o'clock n tho morning? I if she Ymmir Lady Sho might beat jjI10W about it, but I always Crosso Tribune. mother inLa General crop conditions in Kentucky are shown to bo 110 per cent average, In tho abovo tho Juno crop report for this state Issued today by tho United States Bureau of Markets and Crop Estimates In cooperation with State. Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Hanna. The condition of crops in Kentucky Juno 1 Indicated the production of bus. of 8,644,000 approximately wheat; 6,550,000 bus. of oats; 176,-00- 0 bus. of barley; 239,900 bus. of ryo; 1,222.000 tons of hay; 3,943,000 bus. of apples; and 1,102,000 bus. of peaches. Compared with J921 this would bo an Increase of 2,304,000 bus. of wheat; 983,000 bua. of oats; 32,000 bus. of barley; 59,000 bus. of rye; 95,000 tons of hay; 3,307,000 bus. of apples; and 1,022,000 bus. of peaches. Actual yields may turn out less or moro than theso estimates, depending on whether conditions are particularly favorable or unfavorable betwoen now and the time theso crops is Toledo Blade Tho Golden Rule Indlananolls Star Boveridge classed as a "practical progressive". Isn't used enough to take the shine That differentiates him from La toi off. lette. "Don't you think long hair makes a man look awfully intellectual?" Washington Post It Is hard to un"It depends. My wife found a derstand' why Mr. Bryan, who be- long hair on my o yester lieves the Democrats will win next day, and I looked a perfect ass." thing like evolufall, doubts a llttlo tion. Cake-EatThat man you were Just talking to Is a mind reader. At the St. Joseph News-PreFlapper Impossible. Why, I was present rate of consumption tho mov- just dying for some all tho a ie press agents will parclpltato time I was with him. Legion Weekworld shortage of adjectives within ly. a few years, CHILDItHX VISIT WIUTK HOUSK Washington News There isn't any low cost of high living. About 1000 children, who had been caught In the rain at the Lincoln Indiana Times With Bryan tell- Memorial, were Invited to serenade ing the past and Doylo telling the President and Mrs. Harding at the future, the only thing doubtful is Whlto House. Songs by the children, a speech by tho President and a the present. warm parting handshake all round Financial America If the Irish inado up, according to Mr. Harding, would only try peaco once, they one of tho nicest parties held In tha might like It. Whlto Houso under his administration. Said a foreign diplomat as ho Washington Post The radio re watched the army of children troop coat-3leever ss proving," adds Mrs. Crosswhtte. "Six botI tles of Cardui and was cured, yes, I can say to they were a God-sen- d me. I believe I would have died, had it not been for Cardui." Cardui has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. If you feel the need of a godd, strengthening tonic, why not try Cardui? It may be Just what you need. ... All DruggiiU K MAW) KVOM Mr H&rtle Cook si ml family, of this laee, hove mcve to Mcllenry. Little Mnjorio Delols, daughter of Br and Mr Norvnl Loach, who has ftoen IU. Is much Improved. The Stork visited the home of Mr. auiI Mr Harh Smith and loft them Taylor and brother, Mr. aitan Sandtfur, of St. Louis, Mo., ipent Init Sunday with Mrs. Fig Por-!- r of Cromwell. O i .k. who has heeu 111 ior sonietlm . ! Improving. Little M!s Until Wallace, of1 Irangii. Texas, who has been visiting , Jicr aunt, Mrs. Norval Leach, and, ... ...tit. Mi Ltaeh, epnnt last wcoiienu win re !. Mver ..i Cromwell. Bewle Leach was the week Mf Nova ' prest of har couolns, end jtil Ova Leach. BaUn, who li visiting her ;,jr,. jar. ifr J. L. Maize, Is on the sick j Bilzo Is 103 years old. Mr ilsl MI Thelma Saiulefur of Croni- - j "uell Ih the gust of her aunt, Mrs. i at Leach, and family. Mr Claud Johnson of Martwlck, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of this place. Services will ho hold at this plae Saturday night, conducted by Rm Hairel, of th Hickory Church. Mrs. Ell I Mls-s.SjS'o-v- i Wiby "boy. To Users Of Gasoline and Motor Oils YouVe too much at stake in your motor equipment to be "spoofed" by mere claims about this or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil. technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant. But the word "Standard" does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g mi . - iUArtuiACK licenses recently ISSUED Win-al- e I Roy Barnhlll. Madlsonvllle, to rmvl buy-wor- Simni'rinan, Hartford. -- ! EvjU Krerett E. Mallard, Louisville, to Ethel Hamilton, Hartford. MT. PLEASANT TO HAVE SINGING CONVENTION y Singing There will bo an invention held at Mt. Pleasant Thnrcli Sunday, July the 29th. All choirs are urged to be present and Ai public generally Is Invited. Mring jour lnnch baskets, well filled ami ipand a peasant and profitable day. Sir. (I. J. Christian Is chalrmi i of ii convention. all-da- ' ' ' ) j You can't "spoof" the big users. They know the dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back of them. Gasoline that it is universally called P"! "The Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by the U. S.- Government. - . - ' HARNETT'S CHEEK. Savage filled his regular at Unloa Grove Satflrday, Hg!if Sunday and Sunday night. A large crowd attended the funeral vf ""Irs. Jesse Casebler, conducted at I'nion Grove, Sunday. Ik-- J. W. Chapman and little son, r Oklahoma, are visiting Mrs. Bettie art. , ( ' Coapinan. Mr and Irs. Clifton Hoover, Mr. j mil Mrs. Squire Whltaker and two , with j ishilifren spent the vek-enu- " JJr James Stewart and family, near t 3Jongh River Locks. Mrs. Matilda Taylor died at her j fcome In Bell's nun, June 13th. In- trment was In th3 church csmetery, ' an the following day. ! ( They know thcit 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 matter who says there is. So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown 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. and the economical life of its Don't be"SpooiedBuy the "Always Reliable' J.U- -- -- Sterling Silver Fountain Jen, between Hartford College and my home. 9"..v NOIUNE BAUNETT. j; Mr. Earl Maxwell Heavrin, of Haw-spent from Monday until yesterday in this city, tho guest of his fcrother, Mr. Cecil Heavrin, and his ancle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrin. c Mr. L. S. Igleheart, city, was In attending a Princeton, Saturday, .meeting- of the Kentucky Disabled Veteran's Board and tho American Mr. rgleheart represented l.egfon. Ohio County Pubt No. 44. LOST - o 1 back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and satisfaction. And buy them from these, your own home dealers: CHOWX GASOLINE AND POLARINE Standard Oil Products New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, m DEALEIIS IN HARTFORD, REAVER DAM, and VICINITY'. & SON, IJi'airr Dam, Ky. r Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., 3 (C l W2 &i Oj Vf f 'U BROS., Hmtfoul, Ky. WALLACE, TAYLOR &. MORRIS, Hnrtfonl, Ky. REAVER DAM COAL CO., McIIcury, Ky. a O. P. PHELPS, McIIcnry, Ky. MSA. 1 i.i'iiaiiu MiiuiiUH, iiomvL'ii, ny. rt, ACTON J. F. CASEIUER ,'V Hr.-m-- r Dam, Ky. CIIAS. PETEIIS Ji RItO., R. I. SWAIN, Hockpoit, Ky. HICKS Ar RURGIIER, Ediols, Ky. HVLLIE IUiLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. lk-nt- iYh'j --- iv Don':. fail to see tho biggest gamo ot On season Sunday. Morgantown lias a fast a id smooth running machine, but tho local lads will be kcy-i- rt up tor the occasion. 3 o'cloek Jwrp. Come early if you expect to get n seat. - A s .. . . ';",'.' l2L.r ' fc f :' .. J Am " - CROWN GASOLINE DEALEItS HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hnrtfonl, Ky. S. T. WILLIAMS, Roll Roy, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Cenlertotui, Ky. Ky. .JOE .7. SHULTZ, FRANK EVERLY', Conteitown, Ky. ARTHUR T. ILER, Rotkpoit, Ky. P. A. SWAYNE, Picntiss Ky. POLARINE DEALERS ASSN., R. P. DAUGHERTV, Haizctoivn, Ky. INDUSTRIAL CENTERTOWN LIGHT CO., Ccntirtonn, Ky. McIIcnry, K. REAVER DAM COAL CO., Taj lor .Mines, Ky. it 1 Wjs, .. &i (cM0 y& rwSJ John C. Thomson, of MadJson-nwas In Hartford Tuesday and "tVcdiiFfeday of this wcok. Mr. Thomson uorked on tho Herald in this Uc forty yenia ago and renewed iuite a few acquaintances made In .Mr , , wj : vV. .. 1 CfT .j i m-Mm- "V" vi " !l VviJSu, .....S . -" jr . r , S " tv" - I jr' S. ! vgt,L. ... i-1 n - . i-- o i f J .. ..o ,. .1 v v i mi tr m rv xft jjk m MJ In loug-ag- o. !iii Sarah Jim Wolcli. Mrs John J.fdtii and chlldron, Janetti, James1 Ed ..in and John Hoboit. of Poplar limit Mo., are expected to arrive In oak, to be chi- - city the Mist of net V Jell's daughter, n guests of Mrs. ad Airs. Leach's sister, Mrs. J. D. ' Holbrook. for tho next fow weeks. ye J I NOTICE I person having claims against stat of W. F. Mean, deconsod, or Uio Deliiu Bean, deceased, will presont Jlw same to mo as the undersigned iSimiulEtrntor of each of said ostntos. vr tc Barnes te Smith,, Attorneys at Law of Hartford, Ky , properly prov ar .n or before Aug. 1. 1922, or tho $ami will be foiover barred. Any person Indebted to olthor of tho ac- above estates, olthor by note or PUBLIC SALE count,, will ploaso como forward and onco. lottlo tho samo at Clt4 T!ifsJunol4,1922. I will offer for salo at tho homo V. S. CARSON, Admr., of tho Into W. F. Ucan, deceased, 4 of W. F. Bean and uoiua iioan, Deceased, mtlo North of Sulphur Springs, Ky., til ( J ( on Saturday, Juno 24, 1022, tho following described property: 1 brown mare, about 8 years old; 4 head of joung mules, ages from 1 to 4 years; 1 black maro about 12 yrars old; 1 year old horso colt, 1 milch cow, 1 othor milk cow, 1 two-yeold heifer, 8 head of sheep, 5 head of hogs, a lot of farming implements und toolsincluding 1 road wagon and a number of stands of bers, also a quantity ot household ar and kitchen furniture. A quantity ot hay and corn. at 0 Sale will begin promptly o'clock A. M. Everything will bo sold to tho highest and best bidder. 5.00 Terms 'of salo All amounts and under, for cash. All sums over $5.00 evidenced by a good nolo with security, duo six months after date with interest from date. rlt2 U. S. CARSON, Admr., Dellla Bean, doceasod. i