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The Hartford republican: June 30, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922063001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: June 30, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV U, Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1922. I .?rn; ' John T. Smith, C. NEW REGISTRATION 5:30 o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis E. BASEBALL BRIEFS South Roslne B. H. Morris, J; HIGH COURT ORDERS Shaver, of Crawfordsvllle, Ind., atOFFICERS APPOINTED R. II. Rains, J; Will Monroe, S; Miss AND MIXED TIPS tended the ceremony. Mayme Crowder, C. ASSESSMENT RAISE Mrs. Taylor comes from a promiMEXICO CHANCE The County El ctlon CommissionThe Hartford boys took the meaC. S. Rowe, J; South Centertown family at Marlon, Ky., and has nent sure of tho Hob Hoy team In a gamo ers recently appointed the following H. B. Bean, J; M. D. Iftflln, S; Edlieon engaged In .teaching in the pub to gar Calvert, C. Officers Riverside Park Precinct Registration at Paducah, Marlon nnd Saturday afternoon at lic schools Appellate Court Holds Coun ... To Obtain 1110 ninnim ..... otuuui im- ii, iot .by tho count of S to C. A fair sized serve during the ensuing year: Republic Urged n.o """., iiikii East Hartford E. P. Barnard, J. MISSION BOARD bunch of fans were out to witness ty Must Meet CommisBesides attending the six years. .Immediate Release Of In their first appear-nne- e Leslie Combs. J; W. D'. Morris, S; HOLDS SESSION' University of Kentucky she was also the Hob Royers sion's Order. ' C. M. Crowe, C. here this season. Kidnapped Men. a student at the State Normal for S. T. Barnett, J; West Hartford Taylor and Leach and Monroe and The Mission Board of the Ohio one year. battery for the J. E. Bean, J; Elijah Robertson, S; County Baptist Association convened me ?n tlnnnl TOyior went UJ iLo nauuuai Fulton formed the SIT. Frankfort. Ky.. June 2S Tht.- . - Ivlallnra -- r -.Intnl. MO rppplvlllir R. R. Riley, C. Mntima -- In Us last session of the assoclatlon- Washington, Juno zi. seizure "' sanatorium at Johnson city. Tenn. in .. iiuramrey. j; isui ni venr at tne Hartford Baptist j Court of Appeals today In n decision. during the first .Innings when he iieua timer foP)y American employes of tho Cor- January nni, a, ,,ee there since at 10 by Judge Sampson held that tho Stata the p tcher s box and Ful-c- Bennett, J; O. It. Tlnsley, S; Dudley ninirr.h Monday morning t Oil Company, of Tamplco. Mexl.tllBt tlmc. , March tho commander went Into Westerfleld, C. following In attend Tax Commission has a right to rebat. Felix and o'clock, with tho - ton behind the reported to the State Department () 10 niin,0rltim legion post resigncomposed the Rh- Sulphur Springs R W. Johnston, nnce. Revs. A. N. Norrls, Fords quire a county to bring the total as- il um, Mr. Taylor was elected to fill terfleld and Glenn a security for a ransom of . ... no nan J; H. C. ifcton. J; Ab Westerfleld, S; vllle; Oscar Ashby, M. B. Snell, R. 1, sessments up to the value fixed ur .i. nn,i nrslilers" battery. .i i.. ..frtoini tho vacancy, .. .... i Ouu neni, crcaicu u mi. i"" m .ev.wiuB mo Mrs. Irene Duff, C. McIIenry; Russell Walker and it. K. l"c Lacking fur- - of VC0 COmmander for nearly a year circles In Washington. Magan J. II. Helton. J: J. C. Ma Messrs Jake sessment returned by tho County Tax. Morgantown was hero Sunday nf- Hartford and to this. Ho attended the thcr inf jrmatlon as to what has Commissioner and the Board or and tornonn ami what they did for tho con. J:- C. D. Taul. S: Roscoe Hardin, Wilson, Fordsvllle; E. E. Rogers, behind what Is apparently n ( versltyot Wisconsin for one yenr..... . .. n .n ...... .......l .. . ... ... .... m n.. .... . n. t.. i n v.- mien attention .... .T........... nr .. n.i . limn a wnan .. n.. lltv. flip KPIirP WHS f' ........ me M. B. Crowder, Horso Pervisors. This question was decided. v Dam; iuluiq j. mmi-n.".. .. Uiloa Ufnt'AMa .1 " .. "' r gin consorsnip . . PrnmiitAl -- . - WO Branch; W. I. Igleheart and Alvln 'n the suit of Fayette County to pre- v,. ...,... 'in 3 lii fnvnr of the uutlerltes. Tliey ......0 "- -. was little to indicate tonight wheth- - tucky reCelvlng his degree of nacne- Blmply played a superior brand of Cooper. J; Warren Taylor, S; J. D. Ross, Centertown; O. S. Holbrook, vent tne commission reassessing the two and one-haor the incident would lead to any ,or of Sclonc, , ... Heflln and J. C. Bennett nnd Wm. property In tho county at ho county's of ball and won. although they got the Taylor, C. e ,3 a member ot 8tmly. change of attitude .hero toward the expense. . ..... ....-,.- .. . ,. r.. - iro.nWs In luek. The It vers ders hit . Jas. L. Moore, J; Fair of Hartford. "" .. Cool Springs --. . Obregon govornmeni ,n ,th0 AIpBn hlsma rn. r The court held that the commission cmll(. hu J. N. Berryman, J; Q. M. Benton, S; Quite a volume of business vt&3 In fact, at the wnite tiouso 11 was nR the war he serveu wtui mo am. may not make a reassessment and . .. ...v... - ... session. transacted at this the ""'""""""relations between later was assigned to tne ild said "after the State board haa final- I" n 11 n North Itockport- -J. T. Carter. J; Barring W. Tlnsley'. wlldness In the cla-.... .... . M.irn were not rPnnn.. first W ... tne valuation placed upon .. . ..JU .. ravior ... .,". sun. ,i 11 Ti fr,... earlv stages ot the fracas and allow- - Sam Robertscn, .1: J. L. Brown, S; .lOIIN W. YEItKES DEAD, " is inu liKelv 10 e . ariccteii uy uic uamm . LLiAnmiin-- '. .... HELD IN HIGH HONOR the different classes of property In a, . . . ...J. . ... n .... m. r.rnm. iig base runners to tnko too mucn E. C. Woodburn. C. ' given county and the county has fall-JoHendrix. h. Pitched a w.I. of good, South Rockport-M- ock of of n BclL,.-- d a g- -d to prosecute an appeal within tha W. Yerkes, a prominent cltl-Je- d Sly of the Department of Justice ? Render, of Hartford. He Is the game. He had stuff In plenty and J; Clarence Hodge, J; Ray Herrel. S; few Jas. S. Dnnks, C. Kentucky, died in Danville, tlmo limited, the action of the board, good control after the first zen of and more recently Idontlfl.d with yollnRe8t 0f the four brothers who B. L.n.ey J; C W his home, June 23, a few days after becomes final and conclusive and the Select- -E. but coupled with other mis-- , e made their way In educational .stanzas Anu Ha. interests in Mexico. Mr. Yer- - county Is bound through Its proper and bad luck the game had len nanney J; VJrgll Drake, S; Evoret undergoing an operation. work; the others being S. Clifton, of cues Too. Hold..., kes was a man of sterling worth, fiscal officials to raise thq valuation. .. . ...I ..-- ... T.lln..o- - Phnc: I... for SCV- - l"Sl IHCll. llhiuiu, u. . . . , ; . . T. Beyond a brief report staung mat '',-Horse urancn .u u. urowuur, .1 ; nnllshed and active In all movements of the different clnsses of property The ba ttery lor Aiorganiown was ,Bn.,nB jears i u. ,.. to tho two score Ameri-(rHammer3( for n3rt. Jack Wa,ker j. G. j. christian, S; for tho betterment ot his State. He to conform to the ruling of the State In addition ' '.' Kvas once the Republican nominee for Commission. can employ b a quarter of a million co',n,y ne""' Tlnsley and Glenn. G. J. Hoover. C. for the for,i, W. ,,.., I . .. ti-ro .j Ktiri.n- .1. ouurs um ui .1 no runt hi n nrnli- - catlnnnl Educational uiru.ut i"o uu. uuu.u ui uu- Nortn itosme 10111 iruwuei, j, ' Governor but was ueieaieu. luurius " The Morgantown team is compuuuu William has' avlvanli was state or Un",. ot a flne hunch of fellows and they erty of the Cortoz Oil Company he was com- - pervlors has a discretion In the mat-bei- ng , A. Ragland. J; Andrew Alford. S; the perod 0f 1900-191- 0 Wn ex ens " ' ' , , held as on.ri.v for the pay- studied sportsmanship L. L. 'Embry.'c. ..--- . mlssloner ot internal revenue. Ho ter of equalizing the property ot the clean ball H had vers ty and vMH soon classes conform to the j men demanded, no other word DamBen Reld. J; had been president, of the Board of different the Statetoboard, the county- "" ruling of reached th- v.. Taylor. J; J. D. Blanker ship, Trustees of Centre College during the Taylor will he at Beaver Dam lost to the Jiciienry S; Ellis Smith, C. i; r 111 a ..... .11111 1.1 onHti win visitnast two years and had served upon uoara mis hu unucuuu a iu iuT..i.. acl 111111 to Tamplco. diamond Ron- - the board for almost 25 years, in amount of the raise and it it falls Majesties on the latter 'here. .1,. w,th the bride's pore: West Beaver Dam Lurae: oruers ot mat com-ma- ny Brth the embassy in Mexico City Branch Sunday by 5 to 1. Stevens and Mul - )(leT.( J; Jas Barneg j; otho Dexter, addition to this he had served In comply with the (Mountain Marlon. nnd the consul at Tamplco wero In- at hall tolled for the Beavers while Par S; J. Morton Williams, C. other positions of trust and mission the commission may , City Tenn.) structed to press for Immediate ac- Breeze, Johnson He was a lawyer of wide mandamus, require the County Board, rot performed for the Majesties. McHenry Sam James J; E. F. . federal authorition by th Mexican T7 w r. Smith S: Oscar reputation and a figure known ot Supervisors to perform this func- ,i.. t. MRS. HANNAH JONES ties, adequate protection for AmeriHon as a legal duty from which there fcrn.KThnnt Kmtnckv and beyond. Horton defeated Broadway In a ten neI1 c property and punish lis no escape. It may be ureed that. can lives and : Inning game Sunday, by the score ot v Hannah Jones who was In her Herbert RenNorth Centertown . ment of the bandits. LOUISVILLE MARKETS ,,t as the Board of Supervisors had ad- nende 13 t0 n. der, J; H. A. Ashby, J; Alvin Ross, Jft " osat-jjourned, no mandamus will lie, S; L. D. Jackson, C Hartford-rplaor21.Sup- - against that board. It is the duty ot Cattle Receipts, 300;-light- . Kittinger, J; W. Smnllhous C. T. trade was mod- - the County Judge to convene sucbr M. Addington J; A. L. France, S; ply for the erate but market ruled slow and board and if he falls to do so manda mus will lie to compel the perform-lig- ht Wedding, draggy at Monday's low time. Best C. W. butchers found a slow demand, ance of this duty." . R I .Mll.e, S; Miss elapsed Hale 4th Central City is to J: I with medium and Inferior kinds dull . The lower court sustained the Retime limit eu u- e 11 w?3 State the "b. .'' , "".I country, settling come up for a game with Hartford. to this T,... t. and draggjr, Undertone slow inarrl- - right of the to sendcommission under being on a holiday and a day, . Its field men into the statutes ..rNewburg. Ind.. where they remain-.Thi- s heavy steer division wiTh few , " wnai unuuy i.uu u.. ... io- -, ...u - lucj ....u. tn nt celebration, there ought to be a a- - " """. - . . " . --, vals. Narrow volume of traffic In the county to make a reassessment "en unm lk in u. iseei, 0 ' ... .. . . .i.- Goromvc New Factor. at the county's expense because tho !.. feeders df all kldns: o mcj prflii iiiir prnwi nut lii rmiL iiir liili-- , Render, tins jouniy. wueiu . t. i t i stockers and D.a,...w .. . home boys. Gorozave is a now figure In tho snent the remainder ot their lives. Prime heavy steers, County Board of Supervisors refused Quotations: Wliuur Miller, J; Will Hajlies, nn. ,hanvv ahlnnlnir steers, to carrv nut thn Instructions of tho Kn Mexican situation. The deceased lady and her husPhillips, C. Kn Tho Beavers will have Morgantown -. There were Indications that the band had no children of their own, .. -T. TT.n 'tTMO? .wv , morllnni tn trnriil stpprs.. Sfntf rnmnilsslnn. This court snvs-. ..v. l.uw iy sam fanreve """' $G.007.00; heifers ?5.508.00;fat the law provides a complete systoni " State Department officials were not ..ni .lnrine married life hecamo foster Sunday afternoon at the former's new Robinson. J; Ira Whtttingnui. a, exactly sure Just what sort of a sit parents to five, tho offspring of oth- - park. $5.006.00; medium to good for settling all controversies bewcer . Oscar Petty, , they had to meet, homo eie- the commission and uation B mo3t ten crIng for tnom ,.. tjv. t . n..n.n --t , uanw -ivn--- - cows $3.005.00; cutters, $2.50fi) renders a reassesment tho county and .. uy a house-to- ujcia, is to uo piayeci A uouuie-neauuiaion ments in the meager ouiciai uccuum der ind narental manner. 3 $2.00 ffi) 2.50; bulls, jj cannerSl u.vy " : I HI i X. il , .v. !! ... u, TTa..lMv ...M W inclined them to move cautiously I Brief funeral services were con- - i uuciwjuri. i ouu tm. .ll.I.fl.1.1 .111 $3.00n4.50: feeders, $5.50C75; house canvass unnecessary, and tho must bo beyond prompt Insistence that tho du(Jtcd from tho home by tho Rev 'oppose the first team and Nelson son, C. etnnifnrR. S3.T.0 Sb 6.25 : milch cows, cost, which Is nominal, Buford E. C. Batrd, J; Simon d go. Mex'can federal government author!-- 1 borne by the Stats. It adds: "A. re- nnBtnr nf tho McHenry Pres- - Creek tho Rex team. Wlgglnton, J; C. D. Hudson, S; O. C. of the property ot a ties protect all American Interests Cajves jrarket steady on best assessment r,an church and tUe remalns bu- MRS. MAUI) COOPER Magan, C. ... tho Render Cemetery Wed- 'veals at $8.50 down; medium and county by the agents of the State Tax adequately. , , Bartletts Ed Daniel, J; Ben w - conimon calves extremely dull from Commission would be repugnant to At least so far ns known tho State nesday afternoon Roy Mrs. Maud Cooper, aged 83 years. Taylor, J; J. R. Weller, S; had not tonight reportDepartment S2 50fft5. Best calves 200 pounds the spirit of our bill of rlght3and In the passing of Mrs. Jones the ; ' contrary to the principles of local up, aro not bringing top prices. ed tho Cortez company incident to Render community has lost one ot us 0'f, nV. D (liven. J: A. V. Row ,, ...,.,. , . ...,. . Dam.!i either army or navy officials, or most est.njable and lovable la c- -, g;3Q ho V. Fosljer, navy m Rpvprnl counties In Which reasses- sion nminila tin. Inquired as to tho nvnllablllty of unassuming. ' Invalid for a number of an'J v- Condlt, S; J. ters. although quiet and ' . been an n 10ft ...,iB mon. ,. i,-- n nrdprpi hnvs liepn sh'ps to send to tho rescue. the nlchomado will 'bo hard to fill. a paralytic D. R. ,1own. years, having suffered S. P. Moore. J; ceralvo Tho new situation In tho oil region $9.45. 'thr'owouts. $8.30 down; awaiting the outcome of this case. stroke several years ago. The J; Aivi3 Fulkerson, S; J. H. 8taE3 $6,70 down. overshadowed for the moment the land It will be Incumbent on tho ' REPORT ....a lUUjr .om .u. ...uwj 'Mica Mmwl w00rt. (J ......v. UCUSCU lrt.7.. .,,.0 fnVmnflv .... No word NEGRO FARMERS seizure of Bruce Blelaskl. Sheen and Lambs No definite county Judges now to reconvene their LARGE YIELD IN CORN Stewart and the widow of Mr. Frank p0nt pleasant Joe Everley, J; J. trading was established up to noon, boards of supervisors to equalize as had come from tho embassy today to 'Cooper, who preceded her in deith N Nan j. watt Taylor, S; A. B. rr..n Aalnlilloliaft Ifita olnu ntifl .Kc aoaatnpnta -- .. Ihn ll.isls nf tllfi totals. T" nn . show progress of the efforts of tho ww. ... lUUg CBlUUiiaiitH Mhv. ...w.. w.. Washington, June 24. Average oumio v jvm.w. sh nrnfpsspd mith I'ipnpnnr. A ..w ' Mexican federal authorities to obtain J. lower. Best lambs $12.75 13, ac- - fixed by tho State Tax Commlsslon-cnrrHn- ir or corn thlrty-flv- o husiieis ln chHst Rt the Qge of U( unUeil Tho delay - 0'dB of Narr0WSJ . T Pettyi J; to weleht and quality; sec- th,9 release ot tho captive , .... hier acre wero obtained by more tnan . . .. n,.,ia-- . .imrpii nnri rpmnin. uenirow, ,. 1.011 m.min. a. u. causeu mile siirprisu uui, iuuvci, j; t 1 uiuu, ". ..,,.-onds. $6 6.50. Best fat handy- - PATRIOTIC SERVICES AT MnrHi Pirn. i '" ,,Ch'" ,ed a devoted memuer tnereoi 10 mo Carter. C. ' THE METHODIST CHURCH as tho region Is mountainous,. and It, nn. Tnxns and weight sheep, $5.50; heavy sheep, ,..., ,, ,,i,n-i,i., WHO ralseil .. 1 r . .. .. .. .ltli one nu. c.. uv.u ...--. ...u...Uv. n ....,. ...... recognlzea that tne mexican Bov. . Ralph J. A- - ureer, j; j. u. was ,$3.50; bucks, $2.50 down --- -- ". oiiurcu. the Next Sunday being near ernment must movo cautiously. In nnrtment of Agriculture has announ- - the Green uiver uapusi mn.ii,rt. ton ' .J; John' Raymond, S; D. D. Grain .... ,...-- inu . iwucip iiuiuiui osif... ., u.v.. w....- i. - :iinsa nv . 1in.in1.wn1t n uiuiwR in nrnnrumi ...J - t ; . . Current approximate buying prices, fourth of July, there will be h"ld a . . i . x ... ueu. Tim uveraco for all farms in 0,i ilV thn ifAVH- - inrrn Niiipiua. ino r i ' cnf x .iitnn i C". oaa. mll .q.uo"fl Z m" S patriotic service in tne aioinomsr life ot tho prisoner migiit not 00 geo "' A T,' these states ranged from seventeen Dave8 of Beaver L . Moscow pardlzed. 10 Church at 11 A. M. Reserved seats W' - """ twenty-f.v-e bushels an acre. "',... 1,,,,. ie.aay .tternoon. .tter which 0. men both old and for all Aincrli'iin Cl.mgo Ures Immediate . nti.u,if t. t n The excollent , record made , by tho .. " "rost in thei -- ...pr - lni(i ., yel- - young. "" . Tho church will bo decorat.... " . nerueri. uim Action Corn No. 2 white 69c; No ncero iarmo.rs ,s. a""uu !" j. Tay. low 68c, No. 2 mixed 67c. .Select Cemetery, ln the presence of a J; Abo Howe, s. ed with American Flags and colore MesUo' City, Juno 27.R..nresen- u,e amc. iney 'ce,veu m" large concourse of trlends and rola- nHnnVVo Foreign Of-'t- o ln keeping with the occasion. Good Oats No. 2 mixed 42 c nUUyGeor In her days of activity , he 0. w. Arnold, J; o. W. music by the orchestra and choir. la 'H Department of Agriculture useMness to & iLmdlato action to S":.ly (he stat w Ar0,di s. j. 0. qilllEGON WELCOMES JEWS Including patriotic songs. Every ona aerlcU"ral coUefs- her community and was loved and ?uwHi8roleaTJ?io c who has a flag that they will loan uimiioyeaui l01"' Soventy per cent of the negro by all with whom she came rtpmier Milton Park. J; John President Obregon invites the-- 500,- - for tho occasion, will kindly phono the Cortez Oil Compinj. held by the mera ln Virginia aro said to bo fol- reveared contact. Stewart, J; Chester Loney, S; Claud nnn Tn.iol, rafnpppa nnw scittored the-- pastor before Friday morning. general, Gorozavo, wern made lowing methods of growing corn In rebel Besides two brothers, Messrs. B Myers, C. throughout Europe to settlo in MexI-- ( Everyone is cordially Invited to coma last night by Georgs T. Summerlln, taught by extension workers. ..... 1. x .1 ti ffa w.. Stewart of Cromwell and J. C i Slntmnns Lnn Dav. J: J. I. -- rt no, orwra .. imvflrnini ml seurts nn .1 wiirrimu ...14 1. uj u iu nl'n jiis ln ma ixz wilii American charge d'affaires, It tho v Stewart, of Weir City, Kansas, she Sout,mrdi J; jiarrtaon Crowe, S; O- - Jew3h settlers providing they becomo 'a great service not only in honor ot was announced today. .. . . .... jls survived by one daughter, Mrs. C. ,T. Tlnsley, C. . ..l.f. 11.1a uui muuuji l... iIn hrt.i... ,n mi,-111 HEAD .MEN FOUND .w urn nu.iu. At tho same tinm the request was Mexican SUUjeclS. liu uxinauia IN LOWKR CALIFORNIA L.Taylor, Akron, Ohio, and four sons, necessary If they aro to Ch.lat as well. Hartford E. G. Barrass, North condition is renewed for the roiease ot A. Bruce I Messrs. Isaac, of Cromwell, Frank, Hooker Williams. J; 0. P. Keown. S; T. T. FRAZIEIt, Tastor. rea, eatate. Blelaskl, former chief of the nureau Calexlco, Cal., June 27, Twenty-on- e Thomas E., and Fred Cooper.ot Beav- sam cans. . of Investigation of the Department of GOING ON DOWN men have been killed In and er Dam. Sunnydale C. W. Wlmsatt, C; Al PROTECT HIIILES WITH POISON Justice, who was kidnapped Sunday . appre- around Mexican, Lower California, Cox. J; Almon Duke, S; J. T. bert near Guernavaca t.r.d for the GOES TO DANIEL 1IOONE Rev. Bascum Waters, of Clinton. ln the last two weeks, according to Twelve hundred Bibles, written In Davis, C. hension of his capiois. official reports In Calexlco, just Miss Vinlta Barnard, daughter ot Pond Run; J, H. Miles, J; A. II. the language of the natives, were Tenn., manager of the Somerset Peacross the international line. This Mr. and Mrs. G. Barnard of Dundee, Poss. Jj James Russell, S; Norton shipped! by the American Bible Socie- troleum Corporation, U in Somerset ASIIER TAYLOR ty to Ocean Island, one of tho Gil- - this week, looking after the interests complication was made following the who recently completed a stenogra- Hunley, C. .T T Ruby discovery today of eight dead Mexi- phic course in the Bowling "Green E. Minrt crnlin In the Pacific. The VOl- - of his concern, which is drilling a. P Pnvtnn. rrnuln. Minna Mr Otis B. Taylor and Miss were specially bound, using a well near Oil Center. This well Is now Awhor were married at the homo of cans two and a half miles east of Business University will leave today F. Render. J; Rowan Greor, S; Well-Juntbeing In for Daniel Boone, Ky., where she nrd Baker, C. poisonous glue to proieci uium irum drilled to the depth of ovor 1150 feet, Dr. F. F. Brown, pastor ot tho First Calexlco, one of tho bodies 4 W. H. Park, J; the destructive bookworms of tho nml tho drillers nro going on down. South Fordsvllle Church in Knoxvlllo, Tenn., an Irrigation ditch on tho American has accepted a position with the StirlBaptist I The Commonwealth, at side ot the boundary. ing Coal Co. Shelby Ford, J; D. N. Howard, S; tropic Island. on Monday afternoon, Juno 12th S. WILL GIVE .,. i.i .-- I o. .. 15.-,C- '"' ..-- .. !". ed hap-(jirl- or Unl-pen- ... I .... uiuuij . "" lf .- IS f- ra-V'- ,,,. ."uii ver -- . , .i. r ( ,1 n: "" Tl '"'" .. ... ........ i. .., 3. ir. "V.,. . "u hn ... ... ai I ( ... t. r... lTlJTn' 11 11. 11 - !, I BPS2r5 trr-sdS- :; """ -1 ,r..?.V??rrri,a "T::'t. , s: ,,. zzzsrz ,t.,, .- Aoy - zrzzx ;: Ve""!V"V: "" .J; ""'" t, er mid-wee- k, D- .. I k un,uim i, .w 0. ... .... , . i. - '. ,.,, ... ... i,0 .. ' I i ..... ";','" , .....' 1 """ - ,.,...i .0i. to" , ,, n. .. 1 1 ..,, .,. 1 .1 .X' ..'..' LTT Z'R llv.0. i"'iu "" ... ... "l"' . 1 111 j, ii ....,.. os I ' BIG FOURTH OF JULY 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. OLD FASHIONED BABECUED MEATS. . ALL SORTS OF REFRESHMENTS. PLENTY TO EAT AND PLENTY OF ENTERTAINMENT. A day of ENJOYMENT for YOUNG and OLD . AUSPICES OF? CENTRAL CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. M.tRCOXI TO INTERVIEW MARS Marconi, the pioneer wizard of wireless, is coming, to America In a further effort to learn the source of signals' which he believes may be sent from Stars. Two years ago Marconi operators at several stations received signals which were of no1 traceable origin. Each message consisted of tluee Sra in the Morse code. These mysterious signals, apparently due to electro-magnetwaves of extraordinary length, are thought by Marconi to be an attempted communication from another planet-- - HadXo, he reminds us. gave science Its first real hope of Interplanetary communication. AU previous methods suggested were exploded without Hie necessity of a practical demonstration. Prof. Todd, who Is now supervising the scientific work on a gigantic telescope which will bring Mars within a mile and a half of tile earttt optically, made many tests to get Into communication with tho. planet, but with lio success. Mars is just now unusually near to the earth, set that are making a special study of It. It will be stltt nearer in 192C and then 'we may really expect some results. The obstacles In the way of fstdh-llshl- ng such communication are so great that any feasible method or casting electric waves across Interic the special grand Jury. John L. Phillips, who was arrested a fortnight ago and held for action of ABE UNDER PROBE the grand jury. Is still at liberty under $25,000 bail. Since his arj rest he has' spent the greater part of In his time In Philadelphia and Wilson Men Next On Slate Georgia, where another grand Jury Is now Investigating activities of the In Investigation Of Republican state organization which '' WAR. OFFICIALS . leged Frauds. By Cole B. Morgan. Washington, Juno 23. Two high officials of the Wilson administration will be tho next ones proceeded agalnsts according to plans of the Department of Justice's War fraud in- vestigators. It is known that tho department the preparation of has completed cases against these officials and their asoclates Involving numerous transaction running Into millions In which gross frauds, conspiracies and Irregularities are alleged to have been practiced. The preparation of these cas.s has been in progress for weeks with a large force of special agents of the Bureau of Invetlgatlon gathering evidence and special attorneys whip-plu- g it into shape for grand jury action. At the same time those against whom the government is prepared to proceed have bo;n"at work preparing for their defen30, assembling evidence to controvert tho government's anticipated accusations and arranging to retain some of the ablest legal talent to bo had in Washington. The principals In these cases are themselves lawyers who have attained high rank. One Is now practicing In Washington and the other In Now York. Strong Influences in both Republican and Democratic paity circles have- been brought to bear, it Is understood, to halt these cases, but tho department has turned a deaf car to all suggeslons that they bo dropped. An attorney who stands high In Republican councils and Is known as thruout tho countiy for a pleader, Is roporjed to havo been approached to accopt a rotalner to repment at last one of these principals. Reforo giving his answer Ire Is taid to have undortnken a prlvato at the Department of Jus-ttc- o pn his own nccount, with the-- re sult that ho declined to become Identified with tho deface. It Is possible that those oases will be vkon up within tho noxt ton days. Tho Investigation Into tho Phillips iase Is now nearlng completion by he heads. He has returned to Washington this week, however. Other cases or the same relative Importance- as these are being prepared for early grand Jury action. The war frauds section of the Department of Justice, which has been In nrocess of organization this month. cot down to real work this week In the quarters assigned It In the old land office building. When the special grand jury was authorized last month It was reported In Department of Justice circles that among the early cases to be taken up Airplane, would bo the Wright-Marti- n United States Harness, Bosch Magneto. Chemical Foundation, Lincoln Mo tors and Old Hickory Powder plant cases. Louisville Herald. - l!ooo Is Not a Good Cure. When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares ho will die In your presence unless you procure, him a drink or whiskey, send aim to a doctor or else give him a lose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. There Is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of people that boozo Is tho best remem dy for colic and stomach acho. WOULD RADIUM SUPPLY SOON TO UK INCREASED (From the Ames Iowa Intolllgencer.) stellar space" Is not yet In sight. It has beea estimated that a wireless plant powerful enough to cast a wavo length capable of reaching Mars would 'require the concentration of Paris, Juno 24. Indication that tho world's supply of radium will soon bo Increased and that tho price of tho precious olement will soon be correspondingly lowered, Is suggested by reports received hare that deposits of uranium, from which radium Is extracted, have been discovered In Switzerland, and that tho exportation minerals from Madaof radio-activ- e gascar Is to be Increased. Foro (ho Relief of Rheumatic Pains. When you havo stiffness and sore ness of tho muscles, aching Joints and find it difficult to inovo without pain try massaging tho affected parts with Chamberlain's Llnlmont. It will relievo tho pain and make rest and sleep possible. in all tho electric power In the country would have cost $1,000,000,000 and would reMulre the concentratlou ot all tire-- electric power In the country In ons great sending station. Owing to tho Impracticability ot building towers thousands of feet high, metal balloons filled with helium gas have been suggested to take their place. Undoubtdly from such a sending station, could It be constructed, an electric wave could be produced of vast length. But when Mars reaches Its closest point to the earth It will still be 35,000,000 miles away and the longest waves so far cast have not exceeded COO, though under unsignals havo usual circumstances been sent 10,000 miles. made In the "Interferometer," the de- . vice Invented, by Prof. Mlchelson for finding out tho size of the "fixed" star3. The Oral star to be thus measured was Bteelguese, in the constel00 lation Orlon;,it was found to be mlhs In diameter, or 350 times as big as our sun. The second star to be measured was Arcturus, miles. Now and it is 19,000,000 they have added Vega to the list-Ve- ga Is the Iwantlful silvery white tar, In the consteUatlon of the Harm which forms one corner ot a noticeable- triangle of stars high up in the eastern sky during the evening at this season of the year. Vega, It Is round. Is only a little over 6,000,00ft miles In diameter, or only stven times the size of our sun-- . It Is a very great distance away, and the reason it shines so bright is that It is a white or "young" sun, much younger than ours, and its fires havu not begun to die down yet. Our sun sun and It Is of the is a middle-age- d yellow order. The older suns show a reddish hue, like Aldebaran, In the Bull. They are at work measuring Aldebaran now. consists of Our sun'SiStmosphere flaming hydrogen heavily charged with glowing vapors of metals, such as Iron, tin, zinc, aluminum, sodium, titanium etc., Vega Is such a bright sun that It shows almost nothing but pure hydrogen; the metals In Its Interior have not yet begun to manifest themsolves much. If the earth were represented by a pea, our sua would make' a ball two feet In diameter. On this basis Vega would be about 14 feet In diameter, Arcturus would be 45 reet, and Betelguese would bo 70 So ion can see that our him Is rathor "small potatoes," though It can make things hot for us when it wants; to. 300,-000,0- uuiu. luu iiuiiirs uurcuaseu esiaies npnairess, jirs. Auair s mo was re in Ireland and England where they'plete with phllantropic work and sho lavishly entertained British royalty. was loved by all who knew her. Her From pioneer ranch woman to mil- - husband died over 1G years ago. I Thorough, Soil Preparation Is Easy the Fordson Way BECAUSE the Fordson has plenty of power and is fast running, Fordson farms are known as the best tilled farms in the community. Good plow-ir.gcbe followed promptly by good discing because the man who drives a Fordson is soon through with one job and ready for the other. This thorough tillage, of course, results in bigger crop yields. an fl. Because of its scientific design and easy handling qualities, the Roderick Lean automatic Engine Disc Harrow, specially designed fortheFordson,inspires its owners to pulverize thoroughly both before and afterplowing. necessary to economical tractor farming as the special tractor plow. Operated from the tractor seat, it provides easy, thorough soil preparation with the Fordson. Strong for power requirements, flexible for short turning, and adjustable to meet all soil conditions. This is the proper disc for Fordson tractors-t- he one disc harrow preferred by Fordson owners, BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., ' Beaver Dam, Ky. Bjing Powot Farming Htadqaarfr; you find h.r, .qulpmcnt that will Jo thorough work with I... exortion b, tho drive' For tolck, easy riches ho lusted, And an oil prospectus ho trusted, But the hole was as dry As a cloudless blue sky, And now he is wiser and busted. Cappers Weekly. RANCH The Roderick Lean Automatic is as w.UaS RIG TEXAS Ghil'dxen Cry C A ST O R One of tho most noted and wealth-te- st woman ranch owners of Texas was Mrs. Cornolla Adair, who died recently at her homo in London, Eng-Junat the age of 7." Her ranch, known as th "J A ', embraced mora than 300,000 acres and was started FOR FLETCHER'S about 40 years ago by her husband 'J and herself. For many years they experienced great privations and hardVEGA GIANT SUN, MEASURED ships but with tho settling up ot the Steady Improvements are bolng country the land became very valu- d, 1, J " ""'"' I - i THE BROKEN YEAR AND HOW TO MEND IT y QcorRo Otis Smith, Director, Unit 5 i - i ' Educators and scientists havo paid comparatively little attention to the when we need the coal least. selfnrrnnged controversy which Mr. delivery of coal, even to the ryan has staged between himself leand the demonstrated facts of Tho present lack of nubile anxiety small consumer, whose name Is over tho coiil situation Is not at all gion, will holp materially to mako the the ends of education appear hardly wellserved by attempting renovel. Tho popular feeling toward mlno worker's June moro like his iivcsjccNaNccccaaccccccccccccccocaccccccccs coal hail alwajB b en a sort of Irish November. Also, each of us should futation of Mr. Bryan's ideas largely buy of one dealer, not "shop" for by ridicule. variety of chilto and fever. The The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea Mr. Bryan has no power to alter citizen douHn't get thoroughly coal. It you or I speculate In our In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of n purchases of coal, how can we the tacts of nature, and what he bewarmed up on tho coal question until on the wrapper all these years lieves or does not bellevo does not In ho begins to get chilly. Thus It hap- - , deplore the speculative tendency of protect the coming jcV4 our coal dealer and the chain of busipens that a midsummer coal shortage the least affect the progress of scieucJUA! generations. Do not be deceived. ness hazards thus initiated? Is it I his ence. But his abilities and Is likely to bu a lukewarm affair. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but prominence have given him a large Yet disregard of unpleasant facts not plain thnt the retail dealer who Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of can following, nnd as many worthy peodocs not stave off disaster I.'nrnly-sl- a can depend on his regular trado Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ple let him do their political and of industry and transportation on hlm&elf bo a better customer of th agent of a moral thinking fpr them, It is ot some a country-widf- a scalo Is the natural i wholesaler or the selling interest to see that they do not also outcomo of a coal shortage If carried tho niln? Tho large consumer can irpermit him to do their educational to tho extreme that can not ho many do oven moro to Rtnooth out the regularities of mlno operation by and scientific thinking too! weeks dlRtant. Serious ns tho pre- long-tercontracts, even Mr Bryan has demonstrated himeut situation Is, however, tlioro aro making Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, self as perhaps the ablest orator 1n fundamental problems mora Insistent , flvoyear contracts, and providing for Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains delivery to suit the mine as well as country. He has a reputation as the for solution than even tho pending neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its himself. Such contracts could be a spenker, due to his knowledge and differences between employer jan.i age is its guara&iee. For more than thirty years it has mado at lowest prlcec, for with long-terlook and experience as much, afout employee Theso basnl problomu been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, contracts In hand the mine opperhaps, as to his voice, his magnetic fect the wliolo coal iudustry to nonio Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising a personality and his personal charm. degree hut especially tho hituminoiiH erator could reduce bis costs to therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and"T5owels, aids minimum. With such n steady marBut political, platform and oratorical Clear up tho economics of branch. the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. steady year operation and ability do not constitute authority tho business and a lasting settlement ket, full The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. employment would become possible to say what Is and what Is not true In of labor controversy would becomo a the mlno worker would earn a science. nosslbllltv: leave these Questions un- year's wage and tho public would not Nor does a personal interpretation answered and industrial pence can , pay for Idleness. That reform, how-ove- r, of the Bible constitute such authon Bears the gp-"Qnoi no especicu m numvw iuu unum must begin At home not at the ty. It is but a few hundred years J two year armistice. mine the consumer must since men were burned at the stake "What coal producers and coal con- - distant It. for heresy; and not much later that sumers nUke need Is reform of the ctart it was considered heresy to say tho business rather than compromise be- - j With market lemnnds more reguearth was round, not the center of the twecn parties, to the controversy, and lar It will becomo oven more obvious universe, or that, the "six days" of in this reform it is absolutely essen- that tho overdeveloped Industry must - Surgeons agree that In cases ot creation could mean, anything else the mine worker shouldi co- - suffer deflation; fewer mines and tial that and wounds, the than one hundred and forty-fonnnmln wlti ho mltl! OnPmtOr. TWO fewer miners can and should furnish tits, burns, bruises The Kind You Have Always Bought treatment is most important. hours! . long have the mine owners treated tho needed coal. Mr. Peabody as n first THC CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITV. d ' When an efficient antiseptic Is With literally thousands ot able di tho coal business ns private privilege representative operator admits that promptly, there is no danger of vines and learned scientists quite con d of the operating mines reand too long have the labor lenders Infection and the wound begins to tent with their ability to see only with no less monopolistic attitude ob- present n burden on the Industry, once. For use on man or parelleltsm and not a conflict between every move for underground and ha suggests their elimination heal at structed beast, Borozone is the ideal antisep- the Bible and the theories of modern efficiency and economy. Tho people's through bankruptcy. Ellis Searles, the tic and healing agent. Buy it now science, it would appear wise, at least, coal costs too much becauso of the j editor of the United Mine Workers' and be ready for an emergency. for any who attempt to follow Mr. mistaken Idea that mine owner and Journal admits that 150,000 miners, Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by Bryan all the way to ask themselves mlno worker can continue to fight like onethlrd of the mines, should be Ohio County Drug Co. m whether they are led because Mr. Cheaper eliminated, and he suggests that they over contracts and rules. Bryan is really a leader In either scl- - J coal and larger earnings will como leave the mlno for the farm. Mr. SMALL CItAFT CAKRIES ence or x religion, or whether they Is omphnslzed more Peabody estimates that the Idle days BOOZE CARGO TO CUBA have not thrown his political and oraor our bituminous mines Involve an nnft bargaining less. A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. torical mantle over his attempt to arIn terms of engineering, the coal annual loss to the capital and labor Detroit, Mich., June 24. S;ago-me- rogate to himself a final authority in not less thnnvHOO.OOO,-00Industry has a bad loan factor; employed of aro nbw traversing the Detroit matters of science! nnd I suspect that most of this translated Into human relations, Itlver. A small punt, less than seven - loss is paid by the consumer. poorly functioning mines mean poorCourier-Journ- al feet In length, loaded with whisky, ,Senator Borah has added one more A longer working year for a reduc- was spied by a United States patrol ly employed miners. A longer workto his many services to the country. ing year would seem at first glance, J ed force is the only possible method boat In tho river. r, In a public letter he has stated: lower wage of bringing about the desirable to mine owner, uuue Officers of tho patrol boat and consumer alike, Why not scale and the larger annual earnings, government agents hurried to the "Year after year Congress is lashed and Largest Morning Circulation both of which are generally needed. punt with tho expectation of seizing Into passing laws which are manifest get It? ly unconstitutional, and it has come I of Any Kentucky Newspaper of the high The trouble with our soft coal It is largely by reason the liquor, but It was not to be. to be a settled principle apparently wages that coal costs too unit rate of "What have you there?" they askmines ib noi u mum "c u......-ess should disregard the v and on broad economic ed tho small man who was sculling ns tho broken month, the broken much Constitution and leave the Supreme may well- bo questioned wnnk. and even the broken day. The grounds It paid the boat. Court alone to protect it. running time is broken into smnll whether the producer should be "Whisky," ho replied. "To my mind such a rule is so ut prestige and reputation. It is proportion with the Is not a, wage out of all Enjoys a nation-wid- e pieces, for mine operation "Where Is It bound for?" he was terly shameless, so utterly intolerable Can a $5 a In wage of the consumer. simply seasonal, it Is intermittent. asked. essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving. news that It is startling that It should be to buy coal n "To Cuba," ho responded, and to even spasmodically urged. that theoretical mlno of the statlstl-ca- day workman 10 afford mine worker? matter first consideration. prove his statement he produced the average mine of the country, mined by a $ a day "If the people of this country have To hasten this needed deflation, clearance papers from Canada. November a longer month wo find Washington and made up their mtnds to deal with all accomplished thru the Maintains its own news bureaus Ho was allowed to proceed. than Jifne, by 25 per cent, and June even tho It be child these matters "" of supply and deFrankfort. Member of the Associated Press. longer than April, by 10 per cent, working of the law labor, etc.) through Congress, then be a better InformLYNCHING TREE LYNCHED and yet tho working time in a nor- mand, there must why not give Congress the power to public opinion. With important legislation coming before Congress mal Novombor Is only 19 to 21 days. ed and more aroused do so rather than urge a course which creops Into the The people nefd to realize more Santa Rosa, Cal., June"24. When involves the lowest form of constituAnd Irregularity and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Cour- life working week and the working dny, thoroughly that thcJtr Industrial de- Memorial Day exercises were held tional immorality." al is the daily newspaper you will need. as their domestic comfort recently at the old Rural Cemetery for Friday and Saturday are normal- as well upon Americans honorno virtue above coal. This business of the famous hangman's tree, a stately days than Monday. Grant- pends ly shorter distributing coal ranks locust, on which the three slayers of courage. Courage in any form ed that tho workers In other indus- mining and public utilities, and pub- Sheriff Tames Petray and Detectives makes a migh'ty appeal To the people tries suffer tho handicap of seasonal with the time By special arrangements we are now able to offer and the lic regulation will surely como as Lester Dorman and Miles Jackson whose whole existence, from the unemployment ,dur problem, of the pioneers to the present day words of President were lynched, had disappeared. In THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L national problem Just now, is the need arises. The upon courage; has been founded public opinion its place was a pile qf stove wood. It courage to dare, to do, to .think, to betterment of tho working time of Harding ''Deliberate -AND expresses truth as apwas cut down on orders of the cemecoal mines, and especially bituminous never fails," -plicable, now as In the days of Lin- tery association In response to pro- stand up and call tha truth aloud. coal mines. THE REPUBLICAN The great national heroes, Washingtests from the Grand Army of the That aVcrago mine is located no- coln. venerataverage Whenever public Interest Is arous- Republic. It overlooked the'G. A. R. ton, Lincoln, Roosevelt, are Both ono J'cnr, by ninll, for only $5.75. where in particular, and the ed first for their courage. working time by States nnd fields ed In the 'coal question, the defensive monument, at which annual memorial net to vote is a It coal men is likely to bo services aro held. There was a grand show marked anil significant differ- note of tho This .offer applies to renewals ne well as new subscriptions, but Is year in the that appeal for "Jess Government in rush for souvenirs nnd the huge pile for a law which the voter knows Tho average ences. only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subnot constitutional merely to placate appeal with which I of stove wood quickly disappeared, or win the favor of "the folks back Southern Appalachian region is a business," an scriptions may. it desired, start at a latter dato, and renewals will Governmental persons motoring for miles to secure longer than tho average yenr sympathize bo far as fourth Insulting-- to the dato from expiration of present ones. District. regulation might drag politics into n piece when news spread the tree home." And it is In the Central Competitive intelligence of these same folks back If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The days as tho average year business. The political danger that had been chopped down. With 215 nil, Intelllgen4 home Americans the coal business Is Loulsvlllo TImcB for The Courier-Journa- l. for the whole country we find a 273 really confronts in the industry will able to sift the wheat from tho chaff tho leaders MOVIE PRICES SLASHED day average year In Now Mexico, 247 that long'bc Send or bring your orders to this office. to suppose that they regard ns blind to the trend of the days in too days In Alabama, and 223 courageous a man who votes for the year of the IndependPittsburg, June 24. The wnr's West Virginia, as against 202 days times. In this Constiof the United States of Ameri- over. Tho majority of the "motion law which conflicts with the in Missouri, 197 days in Illinois and ence tution merely because, the intent of people For tho soft ca, tho 14Cth, theAmerican picture houses in Greater Pittsburg 192 dlaya in Oklahoma. reactionary the old wuys of have Just slashed their prices from the law voted for Is good. coal minor this is plainly not a land aro not married womon features at tho ceremony were a Senator Borah hits tho nail on tho displacing tho d doing business are not to ba the 18, 22 and 28 cents to a fiat 10 of equal opportunity. reverence for the cents. A few- of the highbrow thea- head when ho calls the practice who are teachers, alleging that thoy miniature tcpeo drawn by children costs new ways. Our Markets, quality of coal, mlno 'ehnmolese." Senator Borph has a' gave to much time to their families descended from tho Indian princess rights of private bu- ters with costly orchestras- still (Including wngo scales), and car sup- privileges nnd moderation ot speech which is ad- and homo duties. Tho married wo- and addresses by Dr. J. A. Chandler, giving way. to" a new attito come down. The ply aro all factoro contributing to siness is many will add "cowardmen engaged counsel who told tho president of William and Mary coltude. We ore asking what is private houses are doing a land offlco busi- mirable, but In mlno employthese differences ly" to "shameless" and express their board that tho tenure of office, law lege, a'nd tho noted Virginia author gago business and what Is public business. ness, ., ment. Unfortunately, wo can opinion freely at the polls. protected teachers who had served Thomas Nelson Page. to extremes by private disresults bettor than determlno causes Forced of public Interest, this tenthrco years without being; discharged; wasteful, regard ANTISALOON LEAGUE SUED wo know tho Industry to ho Cut Tills Out nna Take It With You. most ot the married teachers havo Best Hoiuedy for Stomach Trouble dency In popular thought may oven hut whero aro tho leaks? Tho lack "I am pleased to have tho opserved five years. After an was 'filed to ir- becomo dangerous nnd Secretary A suit for $250,000 of efficiency and the losses duo portunity to cay a good word for A man otton forgets tho exact session 'the board decided not to to tho op- against the Antisaloon League by C. statement regular operation aro not universal, Hoover's recent our coal Industry purthe teachers this year. Should Chamberlain's Tablets," writes T. Stout, a medicine manufacturer, ot name ot tha article he wishes to many Individual mines work 300 erators that "If for Bcrtel ot Moberly, Mo. "I will surely Portland, Conn., for an alleged libel chase, and as a last resort takes tho board not hire them next year tho not govern Itself it days in the year. Indeed in 1913 does to think they are the best remedy for averaged bp governed by the public" was a published in the American Issue something el so instead. That is al-- ! women say they will tako tho caso when tho bituminous mines stomach troubles, ways disappointing and unsatlsfac- -' In supremo court. biliousness and of the warning of that danger. So I sug- charging him with fraudulent adver232 working day's, constipation I have ever used. I have were gest that if "less Government In bus- tising. Stout rwho wrote a book en- tory. The safe way is to cut this men In tho Industry taken them off and on for two or ings" is desired, the best means to titled "The Eighteenth Amendment" out and take it with you so as to employed in mines that worked 280 I three years and they always relieve C of that end is more business Ini business. was characterized as the "Sancho make sure ot getting Chamberlain's FOR FLETCHER'S-days or more and nearly 50.000 indigestion, tone up the liver and days Our best mines are so planned ana Panza ot the liquor Don Qutotes," Tablets. You will find nothing quite them in mines that worked 300 make me feel fine. equipped1 and operated ns to demon- and branded unfit in reputation and so satisfactory tor constipation and -or more. Our problem in industrial m , simply to bring strate how efficient coal mining can scientific training to write such a indigestion. betterment then, is At a tashlonablo gathering in Lot can 8TATUK OP POCAHONTAS be, and a similar statement the average mine up to the best; ,to doubtless be made of certain units In book. AT JAMESTOWN VIKGINIA Angeles, Ethel Mantel!, daughter ol MAIUUED TEACHEUS HOLD JOBS must do that, unfavorable conditions the famous actor Robert Mantell an HURRY nELPS HER OUT. the merchandizing of coal; yet the replaced by favorable condlions. bo During the war many of the youngPreserva- a militant prohibitionist, exchanged tho average Tho Association tor tho mending average coal mine and First among methods of coat yard are far from being gratifyIn Newark, N. J., Mrs. Sara Almand er normal school graduates at New tion of Virginia Antiques unveiled at a bunch ot roses tor the host's wine broken year Is tho practical remethe ing exhibits of that engineering abili- sued her husband for divorce. Hub- Haven, Conn., went to work in1 muni- Jamestown a bronz Btatuo of Poca- cellar. Then she went down and dy of stabilizing the coal market. ty of business thrift which we like to by happened to be on the Jury that tions factories at high wages and hontas. Tho monument was present- played golf with tho bottles until the Many reforms can begin at borne, and American, granted the divorce. Lawyers say the npw want to return to the schools.The ed onMbe spot where John Smith first 912,000 stock ot "beverages' was ,. nmctlcnl suggestion for regard as typically . board of education was in faror ot set foot on Virginia soil. Among the bringing about the adoption of decree Is valid. I lotterlng conditions of employment J In ed States' Geological Survey Washington, D. C. . Off-Masone-thirtwo-thir- at tho coal mlno will be addressed to tho coal consumer. A more regular market for tho mine's output Is the first CRsentlnl, and here Is the con sumer's opportunity to cooperate. You and I need to buy coal at times gu , 10-to- j m m theso higher standnrds and moro practices In the coal business, public opinion must be the force that refuses capital to open or opernto unnecded mines, that refuses to pay wages or profits figured on an d expectation of Id'en.t and work, tha' entourages offseason purchase and t'.orng of coal and above all we need by consumers an enlightened public opinion that puts a ban allko upon tho selfish disregard of the Interests of the producer of coal by the purchaser and of tho Interests of tho consumer by both the mine operator and the mine worker. Tho present unhappy condition of the coal Industry Is not an aftermath of tho war; rather the blame for most of the evils that burden the coal business and have burdened it for years must bo laid on the common garden variety of blind selfishness. The sharp buying of coal and disregard of contracts whenever the market favors tho buyer, the profiteering by tho operator or dealer when his turn comes, the collective as the bargaining of tho walk-oclub all thse bring unnecessary hazards into tho business and "add useless costs to the product. The general welfare is tied up with coal a regular supply of lower-coand larger earnings for those who produce It. And the responsibility for mending tho broken year needs to be shared by the many who can holp thus to bring about the economic and social benefits arising from coal that the Nation's Industry can afford to buy, and from mining towns of which the Nation need not be ashamed. ut st WASHINGTON COMMENT Children Cry for Fletcher's JSJNJJNJSTT jtistto evolu-tlon,-b- ut -- yutf7, Never attempt to relieve your baby with remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTORIA GENUINE y CASTORIA rs ALWAYS In Use For Over ur 30 Years one-thir- Which Daily Paper? whca-cnglneorin- nt 0, The ui-o- . that-Congr- - at , (anti-lynchln- g, ", ier-Journ- 70-od- - - ro-fu- so 10-ce- nt i all-nig- ht dls-nla- co Mrs-Mam- ie one-four- th half-milli- Children Ory A S'T OR'A a -- 1 TJhe Hartford Republican Published Weekly by, pAKTFOKD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEl", Editor and Business Malinger. Entered according to law nt the Hartford, Ky., as mall Better ot the second class. FoBtoMlce, Address BThe all .communications Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent a new hddress must give the ''old dross In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c for line, and 8c per Uje tor each ad lUlonal insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards pt Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head lino and signautre, money 6 Church Notices for services free, lc per nt other advertisements, irord. will Anonymous communications racelve no attention. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual IKRIOAY have been. Every person at all knows that but few If any nippnl votes are cast in any election Jn a rural County such as Ohio and we are certain that the Herald will agrea on that point, then why tne and necessity ot this troublesome costly business? They alrealy h.ive a system of registration in the Cities tho and they w.ere satisfied with same. Even Judge Stout, who notby which ed merely as a pathway the case reached tho Appellate Court expressed very grave doubt as to the constitut't.nallty of the act along certain lines, but he could very well pass it on, as it was certain to go on, whether he upheld or set the act aside. Our neighbor Is alto gether In error when It says or Im plies that we used the descriptive word "Democrat" as a slur. Wa don't feel that a man or an officer Is slur red when called a Democrat, but It s the matter otherwise, the He.-alNeither did we we hereby apologize. use caps in saying that Judge Stout was a Democrat. tt-e- ' STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) !l NHMMMBHBHHBMHIHIIMHHHIBB--"- " Wo arc certainly out of luck nt our house, that is ot the right sort. Just as we were getting properly organized for carrying In the balance of our winter's coal and were getting up to the point of eating three ears of ?nrn per meal, tho k'nme Rnllroal Co moved their old cars of co.il and Mrs. Martin took a notion to come home. Hoc Rf'ey, for some unknown reason hrid a i)lc'. long butcher's k'ife on tli rent of his tin llzzy in d.iy Great Fourth of July CELEBRATION last week and when he started to alight from same he skidded over toward the door, driving the butcher's piece into one of his fat hams some two inches deep for about 3 or 4 In length. All of the other Doctors happened to be out of town and he took Harve Sheffield up to his home to dress the gash. He told Harve where to find the thread and Sheffield found a darn needle and proceeded to do the stitching stuat. Harve says what he did for Doc with that rusty needle and cord put him away and by far ahead of the man of physics for nil the mean things he had previously done and tried to do to him. Doc turns an ashen color yet when the subject Is raised in his presence. Alfred Stewart 'is some building economist. He. recently wrecked a s, 12x14 foot building, took the built a 14x17 foot garage and had more than a wagon load ot lumber left. We have not had time to make enquiry in his corfiniunlty to ascertain if his neighbors have lost any building material. rem-nent- IdeaJ Theater BEAVER DAM, KY. screened Offers you a chance to see one of the best pictures ;S OLATON Mrs. Claud Quisenberry 59 JUNE 30 Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Quisenberry this Analyzing all of the press reports and forming an opinion therefrom, tho Horrln, 111., episode waB an exhibition of brutality run to seed. The original red man In nil of his fiendish savagry had nothing on tho Her-rl- n helpless Hurded, murdorers. and wl'Urut a semblance of a change .for life, approximately a score of beings were shot, clubbed and dragged to death for the offense of doing work that others refused to perform. If any considerable num ber of American citizens Ijave that no tion of justice and upnom tnai mrm ot nunlshment. then, indeed art- we as,a Nation, peering into a gloomy and maybe bloody future. The Investigation made by the Coroner's jury into the homicides was. a most fitting climax to the bloody chapter Guilt for one murder was placed. That 'vat upon a dead man, he a representative of the mine owners and tho man he killed a mine workman, no one knew who killed all of the oher helpless fellows, but bau - was the operator' if we saddled aright. If the aits of read tho slayers were right and in fact tho justifiable why put up the shields and screens and conceal their identity? Get- Into the .light of God, of justice in full sunshine. Let's bve jight rrcwail. Intimidation, fear and .crouching may temporal y follow snch tactics but good, honest-to-Go- d rernianent victory will never to those and it should not, who ?eek it through the methods used as those ot llerrin applied them. hu-m- an -- week and will return to her home in Hopklnsvllle Mr. J. L. Smith of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday with his family here. Mr. E.'B. Duggins Is on the sick rt ; list. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. May of Beaver Dam, spent Sunday with Mr. May's parents, Mr. and Mrs Alex May. Mrs. J. L. Smith went to Owensbo-r- o Tuesday. Mr. Arvin Jamison of Central City was the guest of his brother, Mr. Cepas Jamison, from Saturday until Tuesday. Miss Mary Lou Monroe went to Beaver Dam Tuesday. Miss Thelma Faught of Beaver Dam, is visiting friends at this place. Mrs. O. A. Godsey and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Godsey's mother for the past two weeks, left Tuesday for their new home at Ky. Mr. George Raley of Louisville, who has been visiting relatives In this vicinity was In towh Monday. The Children's Day exercises at Cane Run Sunday, were the best we have ever had the pleasure of attending, and did great credit to Cane Run and the neighboring Sunday Schools Mun-fordvlll- e, 40oo DANCEK vm.-3a- M WJGaffli HAREM ilP suu 1 HORSES GIRLS Repertory Season in Newjork City SPECIAL PRODUCTION yie Sensation of the Griffith FOUNTAINS OP WINE Charlie Leach is authority for the statement that he knew of two men who were so contrary that when they laid down in or near the center of a field to spend the night they t. and got into an arguement, finally had a dickens of a fight oveH who should sleep behind. ten-acre fel!-ou- THE FALL OF BABYLON A SPECTACULAR ROMANCE Resented, by a Company including Constance 9almadge .Seena Otvetv Tullg Marshall, SLAVE JUNGLE BEASTS GIRLS Alma Kubcns, George A bunch of the town's renvceu, never-wor- k club has corralled some b nches and old chairs under the sugar tree in front of our office and the place has the aspect on these hot days of a shady nook in a city slum park filled , with weary Willies. V Elmo Uncolnoyjjatlicrsif niiarea fiarns uicpurv,. timer Limpn, Mirmi tuffec, CHARIOT y SPECIAL RACES BBUWiTU MUS,C ENSEMBLE c;3 "JUDGE"STOUT, A DEMOCRAT" the foregoing caption our neighbor, the Hartfrod Herald devotes the remainder of tho uHtorlal Under nation, unwilling defenFe ot the registration act, passed by the recent Legislature, requiting every man and woman in Kentucky to go to their voting places and have a Bertlllon System description of themselves recorded In order to bs permitted the Tight to vote in future elections. Yes, Stout is a Democrat and so Is and was John Rhea, before whom the Herald's party rushed the cases of four years ago, who rendered a decision exactly suitable to the taste ot the Herald. The Herald also says several thousand Democrats really were disfranchised in Ohio County, as the result of a State law, interpreted by Judge Slack, a REPUBLICAN." Now. come off brother, were they not "disfranchised" by the law Interpreted by Judge Rhea, who met your Party representatives in Central City? Besides it was your child, you passed the law, or your party did and the g Court of Appeals did the final and It said that Judge Slack, a REPUBLICAN was right and that Judge Rhea, a DEMOCRAT, wass all to the wrong. The Court of Appeals was by majority, composed of Democrats, too. But all ot the above has nothing whatever to do with the case in question, neither does the "But jour grandfather was the Kaiser's best friend" which we have been unable to connect with the case, or to fathom as to why those words were made use of. The Herald has been long on economy, or was once upon a time, although from the editorial standpoint the matter of digging Into the County's treasury for approximately $2, COO, perhaps more, is a matter to be passed over lightly. To be sure .the cost should not be so great in after years, because after this first year only one day for annual registration Is provided for and $475 to $500 in paymont of registration officers as a matter of course will bo saved, and It tho unwanted, unnecessary and troublesome law which the Herald champions could bo set aside five times that amount .could be saved this year, or could lnter-protln- column in a weak, and in our imagi- Betwixt the two we'd as soon take Marconi's chances for getting mesBeaver Dam is on the building sages- from Mars as Doyle's for getboom again. Mr. Albert Leach will ting through to the spirit land. soon have his new residence completed on Main Street and the erecting of We see where a Boston woman We know the new Baptist church Is in full pro- hypnotized a monkey. gress. some women not a thousand miles Miss Flossie Mason of Owensboro, from this burg who could give the Is the guest of Miss Lois Mason this Boston female all sorts of odds and week. beat her a block these we know Miss Carrie Parks, who has been make monkeys of men. attending school at Bowling Gre?n, has returned during the past , Judging from the finished product home. turned out by the latter day techniMiss Irene Rhoads was taken to cal and manual training schools the Owensboro Saturday, where she un first, last and most important lesson derwent an operation. taught would seem to be charge, Miss Althea Brown, of FordsviUe, charge all that the individual and the guest of her aunt, public can possibly pay. was the week-en- d Mrs. Galen Keown. Mr. Ivan Harris of Louisville, Is If we do have to cross the pond working as dentist's assistant, with for any reason we are going to pick Dr. W. T. McKinney. Out a craft that don't fly the Volstead Mr. Robert "Wade, of Georgetown, flag. Not that we don't favor guest of friends in was the week-en- d but we've mos forgot just this city. how a man looks standing before a of West breast-hig- h Mrs. Oscar Vaughn, counter and one foot on Frankfort, 111., Is spending the sum- a brassed rail. mer with her mother, Mrs. Minerva Taylor. EVen in this hot weather we'd a Mrs. Gilbert Taylor of Detroit, lot rather bo alivo in Hartford, Ohio Mich., is the guest of her parents, Mr. County, Ky., than dead In Herrin, and Mrs. Likens. Illinois. Wo just naturally believe Mrs. Maud Cooper died at the that it's a lot longer distance from son, Mr. Tom Cooper, Horrin to Heavon than it Is from homo of Monday. After funeral services at Heaven to any other place, iln tho Greenrlver church, her remains were Green River Country. laid to rest in the Select cemetery. Mr. Clyde Ralph of Central City, AVASMNGTON guest of his parwas tho week-en- d ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Allen ot this Ron, Alva neighborhood entertained a, number Mr. Alva Pate ahd Smith, of Rubsellvllloi were guests or young peopio iu wieir iiumo omui-da- y of Mr. Pates parents, Saturday and night with a pound suppv. All Sunday. had a vary pleasant tlma. Miss Violet Kahn of Cromwell, Is Mrs. E. E. Tinslcy and daughters, spending the week with her grand- Mrs. Hartley Park, and Isabel, of Alparents, Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy exander and MIsscb. Violet Allen and Miss Pauline Austi" was the guest Vnncynecta Travis, woro Sunday of Matlves in Centertown last wock. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Tlnsley, Misses Ethel Williams and Annie of this vicinity. Lou Hazelrlgg left Sunday for BowRev. Snyder, of Philadelphia, will ling Green, where they will enter lecture at the local church Sunday afschool. ternoon. Mrs. Sam Taylor of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Smith and is visiting relatives and friends in family and Mrs. Monroe Smith of this and near town. vicinity, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Opal Leach, who has been L. L. Newcomb, Sunday. visiting relatives and friends in town for the past month has returned to. AUDITORIUM AT WASHINGTON her home at Loitchfield. Congress has donated thei site for Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tlchonor spent last week In Bowljng Green, with Mr. the Georgo Washington: Memorial building to bo built at Washington as and Mrs. Bunion Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. Bakr, who have an auditorium for inaugural recepbeen in California for tho past three tions, national and International conyears, havo returned to Kentucky to ventions and other Important public cost is ceremonies. Its estimated make their homo. Mrs. Lizzie Austin has sold her ?8j000,000 but tho means ot raising tho money has not been decided upresidence on Malu.St,, to Mr. and May. on yet. yt-ar- BEAVER DAM. Said to be the Greatest Picture Made, by the world's greatest master of picture Making, D. W. Griffith, who produced "Intolerance," "Birth of a Nation," "Hearts of the World," "Broken Blossoms," and others. There is hardly a man, woman or child who has not read or listened to this historical event with the most intense interest, scarcely thinking it possible that they would ever be able to see it on the screen. The tale is of a day, but through the powerful fury of barbaric warfare, the bewildering superstition and political intrigue, runs a brilliant thread of story, made up of love and romance, of the hate and passion of human nature as we know and understand it today. It is the love story of all time, brought out by Mr. Griffith as the love of-- a little mountain girl for Prince Belshazzar, and of Belshazzar's love for his Princess beloved. The fall of Babylon" as a spectacle is one of the most tremendous ever conceived. It stirs the imagination, attacks the emotions and staggers the eye. far-gone hr THE BRUSHING ASIDE OF FORTS AND BATTLES FOUGHT ON WALLS 300 FEET HIGH. d encoun ters and ferocious struggles. The Believing that everyone will appreciate this opportunity to see this big produc tion, me laeai Tjneaier, regariuess 01 cost, is going to put tms on at the regular price, only 20 cents to everyone. Don't say after it's tdo late and you hear oth ers talking about this gorgeous ana spectacular production. "I am sorrv I didn't see it" BE THERE! There will be two shows First one 7:30; second, 9:00. hand-to-han- SEE OLATON Mrs-Walte- r Mr. A. W. May went to Fordsvlllo Morday. rud Mr, nnd Miy Frank Lowe daughter, Mrs. Y. L. Moaely aud Bister Miss Sadlo Hudson, wcro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Uay Cooke Sunday. Mrs. A. B. Stono of Fordsvlllo, visited her mother, Mrs. J. L. Smith, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Lon White of Horse Branch, was in town Monday. was in Mr. R, W. Quisenberry Horse Branch Tuesday. Mr. Ray Cook went to Balzetown Tuesday. Rev. J. L. Dellart filled his regu-lappointment at the Baptist Church Sunday. Miss Edna McDanlel, who has been teaching school in West Virginia, is spending her vacation with her par STOP SILVER C01NAG15 ents, Mr. and, Mrs. W. B. McDaniel, at this place. President Obregon has ordered tho Tho rig Is on the ground for the suspension of Bllver coinage in orderk drilling of an oil well on the farm of to forestall the discounting ot silver John W. Miller, two miles south of money in favor ot gold. ur town, on Muddy creek. . Mrs. Alice Wordrlp, of Louisville, Ky., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Keith. Miss Elslo Ford, of Dans, wan tho guet of her brother, Mr. Carl Ford, latft week. Mr. H. E. Patterson went to Whltesvllle Tuesday. Mr. Frank St. Clair at Williams Mines, was in town Sunday. Mr. Oral Keith, of Belli? Run, was in town Saturday. Mr. W. A. Daniel, who has been nt home for some time, has gone back to his place with the Postal Telegraph Company, at Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Rowan Holbrook of Hartford, was in town Monday, looking after oil leases for the Smtths-Qrov- e Oil and Oas Co. ot Hartford. IIL'KOIID day ulght, July 1st. Mr. and Mrs. Small Sklllmau, of Owensboro, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Magan, Sunday. Mr. James Ashley, of near Hartford, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Gertrude Magan and little daughter of Kansas City, Mo., are at present visiting relatives here and in Owensboro. Mrs. Gilbert Bell, who has been on the sick list, is improving. Miss Geneva Hudson spent several days in Owensboro recently. A birthday dinner was given Mr. Archie Mosley at his homo hero on Tuesday of last week, only the ndT relatives were guests. Mrs. Ilnmnhrnv In the gUCSt of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Bell. The smallest seed of faith Is wortn more than the largest fruit of happiness, Thoreau. Tho W. O. W. Circlo will give an Ice cream supper att his placo Satur- 4f Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism. Pliyto Sallcl cleans the Llvr. V SOMETHING FOR YOU! '. Ideal Theater h D Mrs, Rachel Shultz,' who spent the Mr. Albert Robertson of Falls City, Neb,, Is the guest of his parents, Mr. 'vinter In Houston, Texas, returned to her home hire Tuesday. and Mrs. Joe Robertson, city. Miss Oorln Flener, of Cromwell, Mr. Alvls Srifith Pa'.e, of Rusiell-vlll- e, guest of her sister, Is the giw of'hls unclt, Mr. was the week-en- d Mrs. It. B, Martin, andMr. Mdrtln, A. E. Pate, and Mrs. Rat , city. I 0 Beaver Dam, Ky. Has Something Different! Something You Will LikE! city. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Plrtle, Miss Tlns-lo- y W Anna Rea Carson nnd Mr. Glenn spent Wednesday on tho river.. Earl-Ington, r w H s o u z 0 u O Friday, June 30th, Saturday, July 1st. PRATHER & WILLIAMS Variety Revue , o o P o Saturday, TIIRKB BIG GAMES Sunday and Tuesday, July 1, 2 nnd Mrs. J. C. Riley returned yesterday 4. Place, Riverside Park. Each from Owensboro, where she had been starting at 3 p. m. sharp. slnco Tuesday, the guest of relatives. Tatum returned Mrs. Cornelia Misses Ruth Stalsworth and Dora Wednesday from a few days visit to T. Hudson, of near town, spent Sun- her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Chlnn, and day with Miss Ethel Gray, of Taylor Mr. Chlnn, near Beaver Dam. Mines. Mrs. William R. Wydlck, of Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, city. of Bowling making an extended visit to her sister, Mj3. C. M. Crowe, and Mr. Oowe, city Miss Ada Chandler, Is Green, Don't Worry! The weather is too warm to do any great amount of worrying. Our candid advice is to come down to our store for cool comfortable summer "fixins." m Men's Summer Suits Just the kind to make you feel good. Mohair, Palm Beach, Cool Cloth all correctly made. Prices $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 m 0 Consisting of Pretty Girls,' BJackface Delineators, Comedians, Singing and Dancing. A great number of our patrons told us when the last troupe was here that they liked it, but there wasn't enough of it. Well, we have plenty for you this time the entire program will be vaudeville no pictures and it will be plenty long. We have been led to believe that this is one of the best troupes in this section. Call "W. 0." early for a reserved seat, . a 3 as Whitmer, of Bowling Green, woro last week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Barnard, of Dundee Mr. nnd MrH. M. S. Miss Mnrgnrot Sudle B. Travis, of Engle-wooColo., is the guest of relatives In Hartford. She will go to Liver-moSunday to spend a few days. Mrs. d, re Men's Odd Trousers Biggest and best line shown in Ohio County in Mohair, Palm Beach, etc. Prices $3.50, $5.00 and $8.50 o STRAYED Light Jersey Milch McDowell of the Covf, 7 years old, crumpled horns, one Bethel neighborhood, spent Saturday hip enlarged. Been gone 3 weeks. Reand Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Riley ward. ' McDowell, city, REUBEN PHEGLEY, Simmons. Misses Mattye Duke and Norine Miss Norma Ross has returned to Barnett, city, left Sunday afternoon her home in Centertown, after attendfor Lexington, where the7 entered a ing Western Kentucky State Normal six. weeks' school. School at Bowling Green, for the past two termB. Dr. A. U. Pate, of Russellville, was tho guest of his. brother, Mr. A. E. Mr. Glenn Tinsley will go to LouisPate, and Mrs. Pate, city, Saturday ville, Sunday, where he h'as accept- .,1 .mnlntrment wtfl. ttlA TWorTl Tl t O1 night and Sunday. Wholesalo Grocery Co., a branch of Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrln has return- the Creasey Corporation. ed from a few weeks' visit with her d, parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Mrs. Melvln C. Browning left Tuesin day morning for Rxussellville, where she Joined her husband, who Is emMr. John Taylor, who is attending ployed with the L. & N. Railroad Co. school at Bowling Grein, spent the They will make their home in that week-en- d with his sister, Mrs. How- city. ard Bills and Mr. Ellis, city. Mrs. George Bridges, of( CharlesMrs. Ezra Gorman and son, Hay-de- ton, Mo., returned to her home Wedof Tulsa, Okla., are visiting Mrs. nesday, after spending several days Gorman's brother, Mr. Hiram Miller with her uncle, Capt. J. W. Ford, and and family, of Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Q Wal-llngforn, n. Athletic Underwear Made in Crepe Cloth and Dimity Check a wonderful garment for comfort. Size 34 to 46. Special Price $1.00 ' z d Phone No. 81. There will be an entire change of program each and every night. Minstrel De Luxe Reserved Seats - .i C z Men's Sox cany a line to suit the classes and the purses : Folks who know real sox vajues come to us1. We leading summer shades and qualities. The price is 10c to $1.50 per pair all the Men's Shirts "Nough Sed" See our genuine Woven Madras Shirts, a wonderful line that sold for $3.00. Our special price $1.95 One side pf our big store devoted solely to Men's Wear. If you want quality, see us. Reserved Seats ON SALE NOW! BASE BALL! At HARTFORD OWENSBORO vs. HARTFORD Saturday, July 1st. LOGANSPQRT vs. HARTFORD Sunday, July 2nd. CENTRAL CITY vs. HARTFORD Tuesday, July 4th. Don't overlook the bal games at Riverside Park tomorrow and 'SunMr. and Mrs. H. B. Taylor, of Owensboro vs. (Hart- Louisville, will arrive Sunday day afternoon. to ford and Logansport vs samj. spend a few days, the guests of Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Bettle Taylor, Mrs. Jeff Wilson, of Pontine, Miss., and sisters;. Miss Eva and Mrs. W. M. arrived in this city yesterday, to Fair, and Mr. Fair. make an extended visit with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett. Miss Mae Hupley, pf Beaver Dam, left, Wednesday for a few days visit Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Duke, Mr. to her sister, Mrs. Casebler, In Louisand Mrs. J. Russell Plrtle, and Mrs. ville, after which she will go to HuntVernon P. LIgon, spent Monday in ington, W. Va., to visit another sisOwensboro, tho guests of relatives. ter, Mrs. Isaac Sandefur and Mr. SaMrs. Hinton Leach, city, spent it from Friday of last week until TuesMiss Harriet Flener, of Cromday, in Central City, the guest of her well, who has been the guest of relparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Caskey atives In Beaver Dam, for the past Bennett. few days, came to Hartford yesterday, where she Is the guest of her Little Misses Hettle Riley and Ha- sister, Mrs. R. B. Martin and Mr. zel Maurlne Carson, city, were recent Martin. , 7ki&&GG nder. v These are all fast teams, and you can't afford to miss a one. Brass band will furnish music on July 4th. Come early if you expect a seat. Regular admission. Game called promptly 3:00 p.m. Jhe Hartford FRIDAY. guests of their grandmother, Mrs. John Foster, of the NoCreek neighborhood. "Everfast!' colors Miss Margaret Woll, of Hawesvllle, Secretary of the American Red Cross for We3tem Kentucky, spent Thurslittle day of last week In this city, in the Mrs. Chester Wllsoii and daughter, Francis Deo, of the Green Interest of her work. She spent the River country, are guests of Mrs. Wil- night with her cousin, Mrs. Jno. B. son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilson and Mr. Wilson. Martin, city. last as long as the cloth itself last you can have for your-Jt- y. self and your children wash blouses, suits and dresses that will not fade, no matter how they are washed and worn. We unreservedly guarantee thafEverfait" Suiting is absolutely AT FAST TO SOAP AND BOILING FAST TO SUN AND WEATHER AND FAST TO PERSPIRATION URIC ACID FAST TO EVERYTHING IT AS A DRESS. BLOUSE OR SUIT FABRIC. Ntaggr I "Everfait" Suiting has been 'rubbed and scrubbed with the strongest kinds of laundry Republican LITTLE PERKINS Sets. At The Best Stands. ' SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rollle D. Foreman, and little son, Faybum B., of NarMr. Hoy K. Koown, of Fordsvlllo, week-en- d guests of Mr. :iu was in. Hartford on business Tuesday. rows, were Foreman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, city. N Mr. J. 1). Allen of Fordsvlllo, was in Hartford Wednesday, on business. , Mr. C. M. Williams, of Delfray, Fla vho is visiting friends and relaMiss Margaret King, city, spoilt tives in Orlo founty, spent Monday with Miss Emilia Dell, night in this city, the guest of Mr. tho week-en- d Duford. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. " Pliyto Sallcl cleans the blood. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lloyd and two daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wells and daughter, and Mrs. Wesley Coppage of Owensboro, were guests of Judge and Mrs. R. R. Wedding, city, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sapp and PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Pliyto Sallcl at all Dealers. . Miss Jcncm Tato, Plains, spent tho week-en- d Erncstlno Ralph.' ' of Whito with Miss Chills, Fev- er lllilous Fever, Colds and LaCrippo. 50t20t Cures Malaria, ''' Miss Katbryn Williams, Hartford, miss Clifflo Austin of Beavor Dam, with R'outo 1, spent last weck-on- d called at this offlco "Wednesday. Miss Donnlo Sosh, city. Attornoy C. E. Smith wont to CalCentral City vs. Hartford, July 4tn. houn, on legal business yesterday. Como and root for tho Rlverslders. ' Two good milk cows, Dig brass band to cutortaln you. VOU HALE J. WALTER ALLEN. with calves. t Mr. Stephen drlgaby, of Owena-borwas the-- guest of his parents. Mrs. E. D. Pendleton, city, Dr. and few days last Mr. and Mrs. Alex drlgsby, city, Tueswore in Hopkinsvillle a i day. week. o, 4" ' 1 Misses Beulah Mooro and Dorcas Wagon, e FOR SALK Lyons, left last Saturday for Bowling Good as new, they entered Normal E. E. BIRKHEAD, Hartford. Green, where , tchool. Crowdor of Horse Mr. M. B. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Bean reoffice, Branch was a taller at this, turned home Wednesday, from PortsTuesday. mouth, Ohio, whoro they had spent daughTaylor loft Monday for two weeks, the guests of their MIm Alice entered ter, Mrs. B. M. Tanner, and Mr. Bowling Oreon, where slto Normal school. One-hors- Mrs. R. II. Glllesplo returned home Sunday from Rockport, where she had spent two weeks, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nettie Reid, and M,r. Reid. She was accompanied home Mrs., P. O. McKinney and son, by little Misses Nettle Mae and VirOliver James, of Oakmont, Pa., have ginia Reid. They will return to arrived In Rockport, to spend tho Rockport tomorrow. summer with Mrs. McKlnnoy's moth' er, Mrs. Nottle M. Reld. Mrs. Baxter Taylor and daughter, Miss Rachel Maxine, of Whitesvllle, Mr, and Mrs. Will Sosh and chil- Mrs. Albro Duncan and little son, dren, Nelson and Laruo motored to. William Yager, Maceo, arrived In this this city, from Calhoun Sunday and city yesterday afternoon to spend a spent the day with Mr. Sosh's father, week with Mrs, Taylor's sister-in-laMr. Stop Sosh, and Mrs. Sosh. and Mrs. Duncan's sister, Mrs. Howard Ellis and Mr. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. J, Russell Plrtle, who have been tho guests of Mr. pirtle's Mrs. C. E. Crowder and daughter parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle, Miss Alma, of Horton, and Miss Lena spent city, for the past two weeks, loft to- Mae Stewart, of Cromwell, day for their home In Detroit, Mich. Monday and Tuesday here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Batze and registered daughter, Miss Beulah. Miss Beulah Miss Cleon Genung, nurse, has returned to her home In accompanied them home Tuesday Louisville after attending Mrs. James morning. Grayson County News. H. Patton, In her recent fatal illness, and visiting Mesdames W, II. Barnes Mrs. J. Edwin Rowe received a telegram, Tuesday, announcing the and Anna J. Bonnott. arrival of a little son at the home Mrs. Mary Taylor Logan, who has of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Botts, of five Jacksonville, Florida, on Tuesday, been in Lexington for about weeks, visiting her niece, Mrs. Wol-fol- k Juno 20th. Mrs. Uotts was before 'Barrow,, and Dr. Barrow, will her niarriuge, Mips Edwlna Rowe. jeturn to, Har'.Mrd in about two (Hancock "Hawesyllle" Clarion.) weeks, to spend, the remainder of tho Hartford Republican, $1,00 per year. summer. w ,THE GARMENT. fully return your money not onjy for every yard of "Evetfasi" Suiting which, for any reason, does not hold its color, but also THE COST OF MAKING We will promptly and cheer- soap, boiled in washing soda, and exposed for weeks to sun, wind, rain and salt air without losing color in tho slightest degree. "Everlait" Suiting is piece-dye- d by n special process. It is ono yard wide mercerized and c6mes in nil popular colors. Tho namo "Everfast" is stamped every yard in the selvage. Next timo you aro In tho piece goods department, ask for a sample swatch of "Ever-fat- t" Tnko it home, test it in any way you liko and prove to yourself that hero at last is an fabric absolutely fast-col- or wash KftS ,A Everfast Suiting. MtKCIM(!D W $ Ofc - M. fAIMC All Popular ShaJet Yard tclde, c the yard fr l'yT9"- - JL. Carson (L Co, Hartford, Kentucky. A TTC We Sell And Recommend high quality, greatest economy for our customers and the universally acknowledged responsibility of the Company that is back of them. Attest: the hinds of the Sheriff to bo collected In the same manner ns State and County taxes. witness our hands, this Jurr ?t, 1922. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. By S. T. BARNETT, President. In 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 Mcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. Standard Oil Products because of their uniform Crown Gasoline, Polarine and other ALLISON HAYNKS DRAINAGE .DISTRICT At a meeting of the Board' of Drainage Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky, held in Hartford, Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at 10 o'clock a. m., with all members present, it was ordered that an assessment or tnx of FIVE (5) PER CENTUM, based upon the original assessment for construction of said ditch, be made and levied against the lands and landowners located within the ALLISON HAYNES. ET AL., Drainage District in Ohio County, Kentucky. Said assessment or tax hereby levied Is for the purpose of cleaning out, repairing and maintaining said ditch and for the payment of any other legitimate expenses Tho tax ll.it and assessment roll have been placed In the hands of the County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to whom payment may be made on or before Monday, July 24, 1922, without additional cost. If said assessments are not paid within the time above specified, same will be placed In the hands of the Sheriff to be collected In tho same manner as State and County taxes. Witness our hands, this June 21, 1922. OF DRAINAGE COMMIS SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. By S. T. BARNETT, President $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't .delay. V zatlons similar to those which con- sider a cocktail a crlmo In America, are interested. They have been doing prphlbltlon work for years, but it was not until recently that the campaign started with force. Encouragement by the passage of the minor prohibition law by tho Diet is responsible for the activity, and now one sees groups of girls and women with an occasional man on prominent street corners handing to passerby circulars telling of the evils of drink. j Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fads. in nervoui prcsiranot oca lemaie .ve&lcnesse tbc7 ore the supreme remedy, at thousands have t'.itififcj. Attest: Mcdowell a. fogle, ssC). it FOR KIDNY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE is the bett medicine ever sold over a drnggU;' counter. kpHLvw Sm lwmmb4 iwf SSf &tfV8PP INCORPORATED r A regular morning operation of the FORD BREAKS. RECORDS bowels puts you in flno shapo for tho day's work. If you miss it you feel It was only a year ago that the uncomfortable and cannot put vim Ford car was made For all bowel and now the Into your movements. mark has Irregularities Herblno Is tho reme- bcn passed. May 16 wah high-watdy. It purifies, strengthens and mark and 4,787 cars were turned regulates. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio out by the factory that day. It Is exm County Drug Co. pected that"140,000 will be the out. put for June. Railroads report that TEACHER SMOKED more autos of all kinds are being SEEKS REINSTATEMENT moved than ever before. th er rE very Woman Wants' Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Hartford, Beaver Dam, and Vicinity ACTON BROS., Hartford,,Ky. J. F. CASEDIER & SON, Bwwcr In answer to the mandamus suit Instituted against the Michigan state normal school at Ann Arbor by Miss Alice Tanton for her reinstatement as McKinney, president, asserted that Miss Tanton was among 17 young women expelled who "publicly and privately Indulged In the use of cigarettes," and. that "she admitted to school officials that he disregarded all established social customs, uses and conventions established by society with reference to the conduct of public school teachMiss Tanton said she was exers." pelled because her hair was short, giving it the appearance of having been bobbed which the preident denied. She said her expulsion had brought about estrangement from her father, defamed her character and made it practically impossible for her to engage in the profession of teaching. a teacher, I DIRECTORY County Ohio CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday in September and fourth Monday in November: udge George S. WllBon, Owsnsboro. Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday in each IJ H I aVlflXl f el FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing vronJcr for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore ores Economical. W" ;neaar Meeanna and ntnnicicUl power. I ISaauU Fm. 50c. e!l or tafaii by I LYl WrimXi t'll KkV 3af SawM l' Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM ATJTO CO., Beacr BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McHcnDam, Ky. ry. Ky. R. I. SWAIN, Rockport, Ky. O. I. PHELPS, McHcnry, Ky. HICKS & BURGHER, Echols, Ky. RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky. HALL1P ELLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, Dr. Charles Hartford, Ky. Crown Gasoline Dealers HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Ccntcrtown, Ky. FRANK EVERLY, Ccntcrtown, Ky. P. A. SWAIN, Prentiss, Ky. S. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. JOE J. SHULTZ, Wjmx, Ky. ARTHUR T. ILER, Rockport, Ky. & Mothers ' Polarine Dealers R. P. DAUGHERTY, Baizetown, BEAVER DAM COAL CO., Taylor Ky. Mines, Ky. ASCENTERTOWN, LIGHT CO., Center-tow- n, INDUSTRIAL Ky. SOCIATION, McHcnry, Ky. Stick to the Standard .DRAINAGE TAX NOTICES W. C. i URGE SIMPLE DRES3 KNOTT DRAINAGE DIS-TRIC- T 10 o'clock, a. m., with all members present, It was orded that an or tax of TEN (10) PER CENTUM, based upon the original assessment for construction of said ditch, be made and levied against the lands and landowner' located within the W. C. KNOTT, ET AL., Attest: Mcdowell a. fogle. sec'y. DRAINAGE DISTRICT in Ohio County, Kentucky. Said assessment or tax hereby levied is for the purpose M. F. TICHENOR DRAINAGE DISTRICT or cleaning out, repairing and mainAt a meeting of the Board of taining said ditch and for tho pay- ment of any other legitimate expenses Drainage Commissioners) of Ohio County Kentucky, held In Hartford, Incurred. roll Ky., on Thursday, Juno 1, 1922, at Tho tax list and assessment have been placed in the hands: of tho 10 o'clock a. m., with all members County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to present, it was ordered that an 'aswhom payment may be made on or sessment or tax or EIGHT (8) PER before Monday, July 21, 1922, with- CENTUM, based upon the original asout additional cost. If said assess- sessment for construction of said ments aro not paid within tho tlmo ditch, bo made and levied against the nbovo specified, camo will bo placed lands and landowners located within tho hands of the Sheriff to he col- in the M. F. TICHENOR, ET AL., manner as State DRAINAGE DISTRICT in Ohio Counlected in the ty, Kentucky. Said assessment or and County taxes. Witness our hands, this Juno 21, tax hereby levied Is for the purpose of cleanlug out, repairing and main1,922. taining said ditch and for the payBOARD OP DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, ment of any other legitimate expenses incurred. KENTUCKY. The tax list and assessment roll By S. T. BARNETT, PrenIdont.i have been placed In the hands of the Attest: County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to Mcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. whom payment may be made on or before Monday, July 24, 1922, withIt. 11. MARTIN V DRAINAGE out additional cost. If said assessAt a meeting of the Board of ments are not paid within the time of Ohio , above specified, same will be placed .Drainage Commissioners COUNTY, Kentucky, held in Hart-lor- , in the handb of the Sheriff to be col Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, lected' In the saem manner as Statu at 10 o'clock, a. m., with all mem- ' and County taxes. Witness our hands, this June 21, bers present, it was ordered that an ussesment or tax of TEN (10) PER 1922. CENTUM, based upon tho original BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, usuessment for construction of said KENTUCKY. ditch, be made and levied against the J By S. T. Barnett, President. lands and landowners located within ET the R. B. MARTIN,Ohio AL., DRAIN- Attest: County, KenMcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. AGE DISTRICT in tucky, Said assessment or tax hereby lovled is for the purpqse of clean- L. M. WARD DRAINAGE DISTRICT At a meeting of the Board of ing out, repairing and maintaining of Ohio the payment of any Drainage Commissioners said ditch and forexpenses incurred. County, Kentucky, held in Hartford, other legitimate jrhg tax list and assessment foil Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at DIS-TRIC- T d, At a meeting of the Board of Drainage Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky, held in Hartford, Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at have been placed in the bands of the County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to whom payment may be made on or before Monday, July 24, 1922, without additional cost. If said assessments are not paid within the time above specified, same will be placed in the hands of the Sheriff to be collected in the same manner as State 'and County taxes. Witness our hands this June 21, 1922. BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Dy S. T. BARNETT, President At the conference of the Church of the Brethren, at Winona Lake Indiana, speakers declared the effect 10 o'clock, a. m., with all members of improper dress of young women to present, It was ordered that an as- be dangerous, and the women of the sessment or tax of FIVE (5) PER church were counseled to wear simple "CENTUM, based' upon the original clothing and to set aside the love of assessment fox construction of said ditch, be made and levied against the displaying jewelry. e lands and landowners located within the L. M. WARD ET AL., DRAIN- Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured AGE DISTRICT In Ohio County, cy local application!, aa they cannot reacb the ear. There Kentucky. Said assessment or tax the dictated portion at catarrhal deafneaa,li nly one way to cure hereby levied is for the purpose of and that la by a conetltutlosal remedy. an Catarrhal Deafneaa cleaning out, repairing and maintain- flamed condition of la cauaed byllnlnt Inof the rnucoua ing said ditch and for the payment the Eueuchlan Tube. When thli tube la you have a or lm. of any other legitimate expenses in- Inflamed htarlnc. andrumbllnf Itaound entirely la when perfect curred. cloted, Deafneie la the reeulU Unlet, the can be reduced and Tho tax Hfct syid absessment roll Inflammation Ita normal condition, thta tube to hearlnc have ben placed in the hands of the reatored deatroyed forever. Many caaea of will be County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to deafneaa are cauaed byof catarrh, which la the mucoua whom payment may bo made on or an Inflamed condition Medicine acta thru Haifa Catarrh beforo Monday, July 24, 1922, with- the blood on the mucoua jurfacea of the out additional cost. If said assess- ayatem. will rive One Hundred Dollar for We ments are not paid within the tlmo any caae of Catarrhal Deafnrte that cannot Hall'a Catarrh Medicine. Cirabove specified, tamo will be placed be cured by All Drurilite. 70c culate free. in tho hands of the Sheriff to be colCO.. Toledo, O. F. J. CHENEY lected in the same manner as State County taxes. and TO CONDUCT OWN. THEATER Witness our hands, this Juno 21, 1922. The Grand Giggle is the name of BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, "Mrs. Lydig Hoyt's1 theater In New KENTUCKY. York. A society woman whose beauBy S. T. BARNETT, President. ty has ben capitalized on screen and Examinations. Attest: in drama, Mrs. Hoyt, a tall willowy MCDOWELL A. FOGLE, Sec'y. For Common School Diplomas in her early 20's, will have brunette Friday and Saturday In Jannovel experience of conducting Fourth G. A. BARNES uary, and Second Friday and SaturDRAINAGE DIS- the own playhouse. her TRICT day in May. To be held" in Fords-vlll- e, ee Beaver Dam and Hartford. by Children that aro affected At a meeting of the Board of For Teachers' CcrtlflcatCH Third Drainage Commissioners of Ohio worms are pale and sickly and liable County.Kentucky, held in Hartford, to contract some fatal disease. Friday anu Saturday in May, June Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at pxcept notice Is Crearrl Vermifuge expels and September, 10 o'clock, a. m with all members White's given to the contrary the latter expresent, it was ordered that an as- worms promptly and puts the child sessment or tax of FIVE (5) PER on the road to health. Price 3Cc per aminations will be held in Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS CENTUM, based upon the original as- bottle. Sold by The Ohio County Drug R. F. Keown, Commissioner sessment for construction of said Company. m Tax ditch, be made and levied against the Fordsville. lands and landowners located within PROHIBITION FIGHT 18 Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville the G. A. Barnes, ET AL., DRAINSTARTED RY JAPANESE Representative Ira Jones, White AGE DISTRICT in Ohio County, Ky. Run. Said assessment or tax hereby leviHARTFORD ed Is for the purpose of cleaning out, Toklo, June 17. Japan may be repairing and maintaining said ditch the first country to follow tho United Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. end for the payment of nny other legStates Into the age of corn whisky May6r W. C. Blankenshlp. itimate expenses Incurred. The tax list and assessment roll and home brew. It won't be very Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. have been placed in the hands of the soon, but the movement to deprive ROCKPORT County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to the rlcklsha man and the geisha of Robert L. Green, Judge. payment may be made on or whom acLee W. Phereon, Marshall. before Monday, July 24, 1922. with- their "sake" and those who have quired Western culture of their beer Edd Cooper, Chairman. out additional cost. If said assess" W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. ments are not paid within the time and Scotch whisky has started. The W. C. T, U. and other organl- aloye specified, canje will be placed Mason, Treasurer, fiUH aur-fact- R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Rnney. j7TB A Safe OUTastiioae. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Ktmtij far Woras P. Jones. Seventy. five) rears contia. ttcma use is the best testiJuilcr Nat Hudson. monial FltTS VEHIFUCE QUARTERLY COURT can offer yoa. Convenes first Monday in each month. Keep a bottle always on FISCAL COURT hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy Convenes Tuesday after first Monaad happy. day in January; first Tuesday in JOcabottleatTouidruroU'eoc genera! atore; or if your dealer April and October, R. R. Wedding can't eupplyyou.eendhianeine County Judge, presiding. aad 30c in ataiupe and we'll Mod you a bottle promptly. 1st District J. P. McCoy. HartfordL 4 J. FRIT, roliaws. Mi. 2nd District W. C. Knott, Centertown. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords- ville. WILL Sam H. Holbrook, Hart Cth District TAKE ford, U. F. D. No. 4. Mack Martin, Narrows, OtlfDistrJct R. F. D .No. 2. J. Wajter Taylor, Bea7Jh District A Treatment ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION for WEAK Superintendent Mrs. J. S. Mason. LUNGS ot Convenes First Monday in every CONSUMPTION month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, Secretary-Treasure- r. and R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief for (bat tired, feelloc, R. F. D. No. C. coucbi, pains in chett. night iwcatt. weak luncs or coniuroplloo. If It does W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hartnet help yon it ceats yeu aetbiat. a ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Lock Box Oto Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. li. 1. OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUR O. Otis StevenB, Beaver Dam. Claud' Renfrow, Dundee month: Judge For the Children Verirunie m YOU, OUR GERMINAL REMEDY HPm fcjBcP1 FOR.ONE MONTH hemor-ibace- i, USE LI V-V- ER LAX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation., t i Feelirtpht all tho time. Don't lay-effrom work for days by taking calomw when pleasant Liv- - Vr-La- x keeps yotl on your feet, while relieving your trtfubi le. Safer'too, and easy to take. DoaX take anything else. You can't affort Jt Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay tem and relieves constipation.) A natural remedy, natural in its actions, but in its effect and certain in results. 1 won't be long beforo tw-Lax will completely displace calomel in ever home.v Children can take.it freely ss with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, anteed. 60c and 1 in bottle&t JNobsj genuine without the likenesa and sJgaaW kraoXL. K. Grigsby. For aile by JL V. FARM DEPARTMENT. v i y nbout to t carry out a definite program for tho improvement of their herds, according lo E. M, Prewltt, dairy extension specialist of tho College of Agriculture. Their program Includes tho pledging of a carload of Jerseys to be sent to tho coming ;5tate Fair, Increased This Is tho season of the ytnr when support for boys' and girls' dairy calf farm hoys and girls In all .parts of tho clubs, tho Introduction of moft pureState who afro members of Junior ag- bred sires nnd tho elimination of scrubs nnd grados, Increased adver- is. ricultural clubs nre holding tholr picnics and outing. Forty tising. nd the testing of more cows ) "Thsre has been a Jot of talk and membsrs of tho Fnrmlngton club In for Register of Merit classification, cheap platitudes about thq necessity O raves county ncontly hold theirs This last point is to he given special and advantages of thrift and savings, nnd enjoyed gnmos, swimming and a attention in view of the fact that but a man cannot dig a garden wlth- picnic dinner, County Agent U. II. Todd and Christian county dairymen out tools and he cannot save without already have sold moro than $20,000 In secure place to put his money. A Mitchell reports. worth of stock as tho result of Ust- - ' splendid work Is done by the savings One of tho largest delegations of ling which they have done under dl binks, but they do not cover the en- farm boys and girls that camo from rectlon of the college. tire country by nny means. There nre W. S. Whllor, Trenton, Is presl millions ot)people whom they do not any one county of tho State to at while reach. Life Insurance covers an ev tend the second annual 'Junior Week dent of the new association recently hold at Lexington by the Norton Garth, also of Trenton, Is en wider field, but It Is only partialCollege of Agriculture camo from secretary. ly a savings and Investment proposiLwls county. Eighteen boys and tion. The Government Is the one girls from there, accompanied . by Eleven Counties Hiivc Honor Cows agency that can appeal to everybody, During May. County Agent R. O. Hates and sevand at. last after much experimenting Lexington, Ky June 24. Eleven during and following the war, it has eral local leaders, attended. different counties of tho State claim' devised a permanent form of small Llvsly Interest being token in a ed the 54 dairy cows, Including 11 Investment which is simple, convenpurebred" pig club recently organiz - Holstelns and 43 Jerseys owned by ient and which meets the needs of all od in Lesllo county marks the latest 21 different dairymen, that won a except the wealthiest classes, steps being tnheh In that section for place for themselves on the May Hon"Thse certificates' are always sold Improved livestock, County Agent T. or Holl by producing moro than three nt tho samo prtce, $20, $S0, and Farm boys and pounds of buttcrfat during the two $800. In five years they are .paid off L. Hrltton says. girls in tho county will feed 20 pigs, days that they were tested under at $25, $100 and $1000, respectivedirection of tho Collego of Agricul- ly. This Is 4 1G of which nro purebred Poland Chiper cent Interest nas, during the summer as tholr Ju- ture dairy department, It has ba-It Is 25 enmnounded semiannually. Topsy Pearl DeKoI, per cent In five years. There Is no announced. nior agricultural club project. Holstcln state or local tax on these certificates owned by tho Kentucky Farm boys and girls In Todd coun- Farm, I3ardstown, led the list with a and no normal Federal income tax. ty aro showing Increased Interest in record of G.3,7 pounds of fat produc- Any Individual can buy as much as Junior agricultural club work, Coun- - ed during tho two days. $5000 each year, and the same Jefferson nnd Iloono counties led amount Is available to any member In tv Atrent I. C. Grnddy ronorts. 1(111 nnlv IT. itinmlinra worn unrnllml tho list of 11 counties in the niltll of his family. They can be redeemwhllo this year approximately 15 nl- - ber of animals on the roll, each of ed at nny time b'foro the five years ready have been enrolled to carry on j these two having placed nine high aro up, at the full amount paid, plus some definite farm or home project, producers during the month. Shel- - 3Vi per cent Interest, by sending by had seven, Gallatin six, Todd five, tfiem to tho Treasury Department. Vuwurwl Stool: Scmr on Kunnt Of Henry five, Nelson four, Fayette four Since the name of the owner Is regisnnd Christian nnd Hardin counties tered at Washington the loss of the Kentucky. Lexington Ky., Juno 24. Approxi- one each. Roljert Wedeklnd, An- certificate does not mean the loss of mately SO per cent of tho shop flocks chorage, headed tho list of owners the Investment. There Is no risk, deIn Kentucky nre headed by grade or In tho number of animals on the list, preciation In value or promoter's or seven of his cows having had honor broker's commission to pay, there is scrub rams, according to L. J. In chargo of sheop work at the records during the month. literal interet and an Immediate cash Owners of the high producers to- withdrawal value." Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. TJils condition exists de- gether with the number of cows spite the fact that the experience of which they placed on tho list folsuccessful-sheeraisers and the re--, low: If Kentucky Holsteln Farm, Bards-towexperiments at tho sjtation suits of three; Guy Baldwin, Bards-towFor, Infants and Children havo shown that purebred rams reone: O. C. Hafer, Hebron, four; In per cent more profit turn 3S to 40 Use For Over Years ' than do grade or scrub rams, ho add-jd.- " Ttnnilnll nnd Son. Hnrllnirton. two: Always bears ..,- III. Conner, Burlington, one; C. O. thr "In view of these facts, the own- Hempfllng, Constance, two; Robert SIgnatpte of ers of many flocks in the Stato can Wedeklnd, Anchorage, seven; R. C. materially Increase their profits by Tway, Louisville, two; R. L. Will-mot- h, ALL SHOULD LEARN TRADE RIneyville, one; R. C. Cooke, taking stops now to, obtain purebred rams" for the coming breeding season. Trenton, two; W. S. Waller, Tren"There Is nothing more pitiful Such a ram should bo active, strong, ton, two; C. Z. Cooke,' Trenton, one; a man who Is unable to earn a vigorous nnd massive with bold fea- Allen Dale Farms, Shelbyvllle, five; than serH. Shlpman, Shelbyvllle. two; Geo. living," declared Secretary of Labor R. tures. The greatest amount of Davis in an address before a meeting vice can be obtained from rams that Wanner, Newport, two; Alfred Elsen, years old, California one; J. II. McDannell, of the Washington street car men's nro from one to thre bo should union. "Every child animals of this age being able to head Warsaw, six; Bright and, LeMaster, taught a trade which will enable It ordinary Eminence four; Charles Bright, Emia flock of 35 ewes under to earn a living," he further said, Rama la'nibs should not nence, one; Kentucky Agricultural conditions. exceptional Experiment Station, four and R. C. "and every man should be as proud ho used except under ot his partlcuar trade as If ho were, conditions. In which case one lamb Gary, Hopklnsvllle, one. president of the United States." or should bo used for overy eight : Teething babies always havo a flock. Rams that ten owes In tho If you havo the Itch, don't scratch. hard time of it when this process ocsymmake good flock headers aro curs hot weather. They not only It does not cure the trouble and metrical nnd evenly dovoloped, are havo in contend with painful gums makes the skin bleed. Apply Ballard's to a covered with deep, firm flesh, have tho stomach Is disordered, bow- Snow LlnlmenC Rub It In gently on dense fleece nnd stand squarely on hut els loose and tho body uncomforta- tho affected parts. lb relieves Itchstraight, strong and short legs. best help you can give, tho ing Instantly and a few applications "Tho most popular breeds of sheep ble. The little suffereT Is McGee's Baby Elixir. removes the cause thus performlug a In Kentucky aro tho Southdown and stomach, cools and permanent cure. Price 30c, 60 and Hampshire although, a purebred ram It corrects sour quiets tho bowels and helps diges- 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Tho. Ohio of any breed is much better than a ' m Price 35c nd 60c per bottle. County Drug Co. scrub. Markets do not criticise white tion. by Ohio County Drug Co. m Sold faced lambs to tho extont that they -- " Father In case you marry my did In former years so that rams WASHINGTON daughter, what aro your prospects? of tho white faced breeds, such as Suitor From what I can loam by tho Cheviot and the Dorset, can be Miss Zonla Jones, of Hartford, is observation, It will take all the cash aro ' . indications i ...in. spending the week in this nelghbor- - you can lot mo have to keep her In i. ,im, Vini- - lirnMmr Mr NnntlfiV clothes, that good purebrJd rams will that. scarce this year with the early buying should bo nd isablc. Sunday School Teacher Now chilKenMth T,n8,ey i? on thQ sl?k dren, what Is the last thing you do . ...... t. f.. fnr Js" orK i irvmm ltn.ulc Al'lV CIUII Mrs. Wm. Lake has returned to before y'ou go to bed at night? Distribution. unBright Girl Put tho latch-ke- y hore from the 0wensboro i t Lexington,. Ky.. June ..--- a nlce- - der tho doormat for mother. Hospital, and is Improving manuol on Junior agricultural clubs , has Just come, off tho press at the. and VJolet College of Agriculture here and JAen 8pent Monday nlght wlth Mlss HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS ready for free distribution to JoneS( nt the nomo ot Mr. and ... folks jes' Bour ez. soon ested persons, in nuumuu lu Noatloy Jones LISTEN AT YOU BRAG6IN' ber of Illustrations showing various . phases of club work among farm BOUT Yo' DEBILrAJNT now t boysand girls of tho State, tho FOR rUIUHtK'5 EZ T" HEAH YOU TE4.LINJ publication contains moro thnn 100 I pages ot detailed dlpcusslons dealing BOUT HOW GOOD t'OU I information is with tho work. The TRIES V' BE. AN IDEAL INVESTMENT chaptors, these - Mv ""a."- divided into-sev(1 . n.nnnUnt Inn n till "V"8 w.""An" fub , Mr. Albert W. Atwood, ono of tho recuon oi ciuun, mom... i,i. j.., merit courses nest projects, certificate of finance and Investment, has junior community club and and the a very Important article for In addition, tho n'ow ly written clrciTa conains a list of 100 best the Saturday Evening Post under the ; iooks for boys It way be title. "Protecting the Small Investor.-bJwrUlng the Exporl- - In the course of the article ho writes obtained tree , .,,., Clnllnn nl T.nXlnEtOn BnU U9IV- - "1 vow ...o- ,". "An Ideal Invest lne the sub-titlIng for Circular No. 117.r ment," of which he says: "It cannot be stated with too much Todd Jersey Owners Will Boost Dairy emphasis" that anyone who really Imnrovciiunit. a safo Investment with a good Lexington, Ky.. June 24. Follow wants h. m. organization of tho Interest return jcan se la. the recent slightest difficulty. On County Jersey Breeders Asso without he Todd - December tlfteonth last the wlfo of elation with ten chartsr momners, hi ,hB pieaident of tho United States ,,, ami tdrested farmers t?W. lm y McChtfJ Nwfpf tyMfciH, set purchased from Mr. Mellon, Secre- that section ot Ue Stato have an-jn- ul i I . n . I Hor-lacher, p n, n, Elglft Owen county farmers aro cooporatlng with County Agent J. P. Illcketta nnd the ColWgo of Agriculture extension division In conducting demonstrations to show tho valuo of spraying grapes with Hordoaux mixture to control black rot. tary of ths Trensury, tho first Treasury Savings Certificate sold by the Those Unjtcd States Govornmen.t are now on sale at all post offices, and many banks, nnd can bo had by mall direct from tho Treasury Depart- They pay 25 per cent on tho period. Inunt. invested for a five-yea- r are guaranteed by the Government to pay this figure, nnd guaranteed ngnlnst any dcctlno In price. They aro beyond question tho Hafest and surest Investment available to any American citizen, and if they are not good, then nothing In the world l GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY L444444444444 4444i444i4iiAAi! w WV1" - - CASTOR 30 A GREATER AIR FORCE ISIDEAOFFULLAM Aviation Will Dominate Next War, && Is Belief of Rear Admiral From Navy. . Portland, Ore.. June simply have to command 24. "We he air ov- er this continent." The speaker was Rear Admiral W. F. Fullam, who was here on his tour of the country-- In the Interest of aeronautics. That the nsxt war it there shall be one will be won by the nation nlr possessing thef most- - powerful dreadnoughts is the opinion of this naval officer. "We can't let any nation get above us," declared Admiral Fullam, "for If we do we are gone; that's all! "Tho next time two great naval flests meet at sea the one having the best air auxiliary is going to be master of the qcean," he continued. "Air-nlnnwill not do away with armies navies, but the ajr forces will dom or inate. Gft that right or you wijl get into trouble." Admiral Fullam predicted that tho type of the future battleship will be radically changed, and that during naval holiday naval ar the ten-yechitects will have adopted a new kind of floating fortress which will be con structed to meet the- enemy in the clouds. Fullam Is touring tho country as a representative of the National Aeronautic Association of America, Whose mission is to promote useful air navigation. It proposes to see to it that organizations aro formed In overy American city for aiding mall and business air service, as fa being promoted In Europe. "Wo are going to ask every city to found an air board representing the business men's clubs and chambers ot commerce, this board to act In an advisory canaclty to the city govern ment and community," asserted Ad "These municipal miral Fullam. "boards will bo formed Into corps to correspond with tho corps areas of ar - es her own place, her own center of United States to France, which will life. This instinct In her as an indi- radiate this Information to Europe vidual squares with the instinct and from tho Eiffel Tower. prevailing "Conditions in ono the effort of the race thru long centuries to create and to keep from dis- country today may affect another solution one Institution that of mar- I morehence," said) E. B. Calvert, riage and the family. Real happiness chief forecaster of the U. S. Weather is never achieved without a price. Bureau. "There must be freedom of .exThe modern girl cannot have the happiness In marriage she wants, unless change of weather reports among- she is willing to pay for It by consid- dll nations for the good ot the world eration for her husband, by Increas- and each individual nation." " , ing efforts toward adaptability, by The American Weather Bureau Is, by trying constantly to to receive dally reports beglnnlng-lImprove her own character In relation October ot weather In the Arctic to his. In all this she does her duty Circle from Captain Roald Amundsen, not only in regard to the sanctity who started last Friday for the North. and permanence of her individual roiar regions. home, but "she does her racial duty toIt Is Captain Amundsen's, theory ward Insuring the sanctity of the In- that weather condltons for the world" stitution of marriage and the family. have their originating causes in the fr wind and watercurrents of the Arctic, WEATHER MEN PIjAN and he hopes to evolve a system of SIX MONTH'S FORECASTS forecasting .general weather conditions the world over foe as much as Washington, June 24. The Unit- six months In advance. ed States government Is going to ex"ADAM AND EVE" FINED port and Import weather. The Weather Bureau has mad& e A Boston couplo who have been arrangements with Captain tho living like Adam apd Eve In Wehrle, of tho National I self-sacrifiI n -- 1 Phll-llp- reU l,,.i Service of Franc, to receive by radio thirty daily observations of weather conditions In Europe and will send a like number of observations of conditions In the Maine woods were fined J354 by a. .warden for violating the game laws of tho state, In killing game out ot season. So the romance came to an abrupt end. ,i .. IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY Women v SLIPPING? ---- laterejting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mars Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Much Sickness and Worry. I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . Just lifeless. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I decided I had some female trouble that was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui and began it . . "In a very short while after I began th Cardui Home Treatment I saw aa Improvement and it wasn't long until I was all right good appetite, splendid rest, and much stronger so that I easily did uy housework. "Later 1 took a bottle of Cardui as a tonic. 1 can recommend Cardui and gladly do so, for If more women knew, M would save, a great deal of worry and sickness." The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol other women who have found Cardui helpful should convince you that it is worth trying. Ali druggists U it Children Cry .. CASTOR A en r'r "';;., 1 e, ' .,., ujuj' sources there are for women outside if the home will ever do nway with her instinct to have her own man, Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, of this place, relates the folio wing Interesting account of how she recovered her Btrenglh, having realized that she was actually losing her health: "Health Is (he greatest thing IrT'lhe the army." world, and when you feel that gradually dipping away from you, you certainly sit THE MISSION OK A WIPK p and take notice. That is what I did some time ago when I found myself in a Nature or man, or some force, has very nervous, run-docondition of . a necreeu ii.- -. .. liiul uuuu u ...nn.on mnin , health. I was so tired and felt so Cfeless than upon her husband, rests the re- -i 1 could hardly go at all. sponslblllty for the failure or the suc"I was just no account for work. I cess ot a marrlgae. Tho whole Qiies-- ! get a bucket of water and would comes to this: , would tlon, to my mind, feel so weak I would have to set it down What does a girl want to do with her acfore I felt like I could lift it to the shelf. life? Answer; she wants to be hap In this condition, of course, to do even pily married: not all tho now re my housework was a task almost Im- nuM, possible to accomplish. "1 was . Mfvoutfaad Ntfy VajRINGTON COMMENT celebrates July Fourth America not now lit Independence. Hut many fires, old. No longer with is of numerous deaths, a small army of children blinded, maimed and burn-a.Then Greatest Automobile Race Ever .Held in Kentucky! d. Fourth of July 50-MIL- Owensboro Fair Grounds Milton, of Owensboro Ford SpeFord Special. ,Sullivan of Louis- of much powder, tho shooting off of suns and (firecrackers, tho amateur Bundling of high explosives. Only a few years ago and tho death toll and the Injured list was a standing feature In all newspapers on July tho It Is within tho memory of us all July Fourth meant the burning E MOTOR CHASSIC FOR PURSE OF $400.00 In practiToday how different! cally all the larger cities and most of tho smaller municipalities fireworks iro under police ban, except such as are arranged for as a community cel ebration, when thoy are arranged and Gone the by trained experts. deadly cannon; enter the chorus of boys and girls Isnging pa- soncs. Gone the deadly rock-- 1 et that shot Into so many lace curtained windows nnd burned up so many homes; enter the community program ln which real rather than merely noisy patriotism Is Inculcated. Washington, D. C, will have a ehorus of three thousand school chll- dren to sing patriotic songs on the steps of the Capitol; William Tyler Page, author of "America's Creed, will read his famous prayer; Charles U. Hanford. who really was "with Booth," will recite the "Star Spangl ed Banner" and tho Navy Department will broadcast It all to thous- - fifth. Among the country's famous dirt tract stars are entered the following: Anderson, of Louisville Essex. cial. Pheffer, of Louisville Laurel. Werner, of Indiana Ford Special. Blandford, of Owensboro ville Essex. Mullican, of Owensboro Maxwell. Bettinger, of Indiana Ford Special. Two sensational Motorcycle Races. Best riders in South entered. Admission 55 cents, including tax. All races in afternoon. q I telegraphed dally to Duenos Aires and ..emi,ioyeil regularly by the Bentlne weatlur Bureau for weather-amaU'hoy- 's , forccastjng purposes" Whilo the Smithsonian Institu-friotl- e . ,, ., l3 not yet ln ld position to champion the use of a statistics of solar variation for weather forecasts, the great Interest which Its studies of solar variability have seems abroad aroused hero and clearly to warrant the continued maintenance of Its two stations until cf,.iBfnr,nrv imsls for a test of the o,ar varlabUlty as a weather fore-. . . . casting element nas ueon iaiu. i Russia wants to borrow a billion rubles. Anybody got a spare quarter. Boot and Shoe Recorder. ( . stuff out of my own head from an original recipe Hobbs I don't believe I'll drink any It might be wood alcohol. Wayside Tales. EX-SERVICE Ar-ftr- ed MAN REGAINS HEALTH LOST IN FRANCE Declares Tanlac Built Him Back To Finest Condition After He Had Given Up both take a courso In evolution and modern Christianity at the University of Chicago. In his letter to Col. Btjan he said: "You should take the trouble to Inform yourself on some of tho common facts that prove evolution, as woll as to learn how to Interpret tho Bible according to modern views of Christianity and tho natural laws of tho universe." "What fool told yqu to placo those papers on that file?" "You did, sir!" "Well, leave thorn here you're discharged for calling me a fool." v London Answers. - "Men with smooth faces seem to be the rule." gone "Why, has the mustache "It wouldn't do now. It might brush a girl's compjexlon off." Kansas City Journal. ol out??" Hope Of Recovering From Troubles That Began In Trenches. Another Hot Wave Coming! It Is American to exult loudly, to mnke a noise, to cheer, to want to be Jieard. But It always was to maim'and kill little ones In an andeavor to show the rest of the ommunlty how patriotic one could 3e, via a firecracker. Luclty the country which needs no other flame on Its Independence day than tho fire of real patriotism! There are signs thatjspme leglsla-or- s are getting slightly" less afraid of the opinions of a fanatical minority More and more are coming to Believe that the rapid proposal and almost as rapid passage of amendments to the Constitution are bad ln principle and worse In practice. The cncouraging thing about this slow change in attitude is that It comes from a careful consideration of the alterations so fostered in the body politic, and not from personal belief ,or disbelief In the alms sought to be accomplished by tho "amendments. Thus, .there are a number of ardent prohibitionists and whole-hearte- d who have como to believe that the elghuenth amendment has done as wiictt. If not more, harm In one dlrec-Jfo- n as it has accomplished good In another. They are beginning to believe, many who have been foremost in support of proposals to change the 'fundamental law of the land, that It wotv2d be an error ,to amend it to labor provision. contain an antl-chll- d The most enthusiastic supporters of the American doctrino that little children should not bo exploited for gain are coming to believe that their emancipation does not He in chango hut In education im! state laws. So, also, with tho proposed 'antllynchlng' amendments. Secretary of War We"eks has como twfldly. forth in the statement that "It has not been necessary to amend the Constitution from time to time to which conditions, meet changing should only be done after very mature and dellverato consideration. On tho other hand, I am firmly convinced Chat when we havo attempted to improve tho work of our forefathers by amending the Constitution In Its has. wo havo fail-a- d "c policy of government prl-Ta- te inds. "Now, children," said the Sunday-scho"It was Just three weeks after I COXSMKHIXG teacher, "I have told you the my trouTAX OX I'OHKIGXEKS story of Jonah and the whale, Willie' started taking Tanlac that bles ended," said F. L. Curable, 11 story you' may tell me what this Brook St.. Lynchburg, Va., carpenBerlin, June 26 The question has teaches." man. been raised in the Prussian Diet bright-eye- d ter and former service "Yes'm," said Willie, the "My health began to fall In whether it would not be advisable to son of the pastor; "it teaches France, and even after I was distax foreigners, since their presence that you can't keep a good man charged I continued to get worse. Jly in such large numbers here is causing down Post. whole system seemed affected, es- an advance in the prices of food. $- It Is probable that the minister of Stamps have been taking the place reclally my stomach and nerves. I nun awiui indigestion ana it looKeu, the Interior will reply to the question. of small coins in Belgium. like every- - bite I ate caused gas on The possibility- - of further taxation ln my stomach and terrible pains in my with MISS MATTKKX, SECKETAItV his direction. In conformity I was TO PHKSIDKVT. IS ItHTHK chest nnd around my heart. the treaty of Versailles and the 'tax t now levied on hotel rooms, already .Miss Cora- - !E nervous I shook all over' and 2S Cincinnati.. June Individual nell Mattern, confidential secretary ;so Porl' that r coul(l hardly muster has been considered. communities may be authorized to tn ProcMnnt Hnniinp was nmrripH strength to get out of bed. I wasn't levy an indirect tax on foreigners. here today to Normal P. Sheppard, able to work regularly and was about attache of the Insurance bureau for ready to give ixp. "I never saw tho like of the way WOItlil) HOXKYMOOX TOUR former service men. Mrs. Sheppard aniac put me oacK in line suape. i has been In Mr. Harding's employ ' eat three big meals a day now, work K. J. Jeffreys, Ohio publisher, who ,nCQ 191 - every ciay antt call mysoit as goou a married Miss Pauline Mayo, well Miss Mattern is a native of Kenman as I ever was. I can heartily kimwn chautaunua entertainer of tucky. recommend Tanlac to anybody." Omaha, Is arranging a honeymoon In tour around XOTICE . Tanlac Is sold by all good drug the form of a thre-yea- r gists. Adv. She will the world in a motor-ca- r. All persons having claims against give readings and: he will write feature articles to me-e- t the expenses the estate of W. F. Bean, deceased, or race ln British Honduras, of whom of the trip. They Intend to visit 50 Delila Bean, deceased, will present there is a record as far. back as 95 ' the same to me as the undersigned B. C. countries. t Administrator of each of said estates", He Girls are better looking than or to Barne3 & Smith, Attorneys at DIAMOXUS LOST IX SHOES I Law, of Hartford, Ky properly prov- men. I She Why, naturally. . An old pair of shoes taken to a re- en, on or before Aug. 1, 1922, or the He No, artificially. Science and pair shop ln Newark, N. J by Dr. G. same will be forever barred. Any I Hoffman suddenly became the cen person Indebted to either of the Invention. P. I ter of excitement when Mrs. Hoff above estates, either by note or aci man recalled that she had used them count, will please come forward and SUGGESTS MIYAX STUDY EVOLUTION' as a hiding place for her $4,000 'settle tho same at once This June 14, 1922. 514 worth of diamonds, No trace of the R. C. Spangler, professor of botaU. S. CARSON, Admr., jewelry was found. ny In West Virginia university, has of W. F. Bean and Delila Bean, Deceased. suggested to W. J. Bryan that they A UltlDirS EIKST EFFORT tiKKMAXY , sl-p, o- - A Fan and an American Beauty Iron will prepare you for the long G-- E hot days. We carry a complete stock of Elec- trical Supplies Beayer Dam Milling Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. She measured out tho butter with a very solemn air; The milk and sugar also, and she took the greatest care To count the egg3 correctly, and to add a little bit Of baking powder which, you know, beginners oft omit; Then she stirred It all together, and she baked it for an hour, But she never quite forgave herself for leaving out the flour! 1JIIYAX GIVES AWAY HOME. 10-ac- ro 9Ae I I FLORSHEIM SHOE li iwl B f The Full-Visio- n Buick Top Combines Beauty and Utility The PARKWAY $10 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 .individually tailored to the car, insuring perfect are j fit and smart appearance. The Buick top is but another example of Buick's policy of painstaking care in the building of every part of the car. all-weat- d V substituting constitutional law for mediately as a hospital.' 7 what should be purely and wholly Biggs I understand that women's law. clothes are to bo more conservative . uext yaar. AXlMAli FOSSILS IX Jigg3 Heavens! I thought they AltlZOX.Y HEPORTED had conserved all they could this Washington, June o i Animni year! Life. --- fossils, throwing a new light on tho Lawyer I think I can get you a n animal llfo of America divorce, madam, for cruel and Inhuin tho Plloceno ago, have been added man treatment. But do you think h) the collection of tho Smithsonian your husband will fight tho suit? Institution by the field oxploratlons Why, tho little Woinun Fight! -onductod In Arizona in tho past year shrimp can't oven como Into a room iiul described in a roport by tho in where I am. Chicago Herald. etitution. Among tho most Interest- What did Simil.'iv.Tnlinnl Toachor Ing specimens discovered, tho report ol8ha2Zar learn from the wrUlng on Mid, are a now species of mastodon, tJjo waHT t large and small specie of camel and j Lm,o c,r,TUat hls waU8 two or three species of honim. J. W. Uadn,t been dustcd ,n a ,ong Ume C.Idley. member or tno amiuisoniuii (JIHL PHEXOMEXAL RUXXER atutt. who conducted tho explorations says tho collection of fossils "repre At tUQ recent, Tomplo unlvorsity, sents practically a now fuua of tho Pliocene ago containing about sixty .Philadelphia, games Miss Dorothy iBaugh ran 75 yards In 10 seconds, vertebrate species. Dealing with the. asirophyslcal eqUaiing the world'8 record for work of tho Institution tho re- - mon port said tho observations of tho sun Dobbs Ah, how do you like this now being mado nt Its stntlon on Chile, are- being homo brow? Fine, eh? I mado the TJount Montebuma, leg-llatlUttlc-knowwo-lie- ld Lincoln "Falrvlew," the A few more Week's ,lak!ng the bull calling a spado a estate of Wm. J. Bryan, at Lincoln, by the horns and spade and this country will go a long Nebr., has been given to the MethoImway to get over Its recont spasms of dist church. It will be remodeled signally." FLORSHEIM styles have just the right "snap" to appeal to smart dressers. No shoe can give you more for what you pay. BUICK MOTOR COMPANY FLINT, MICHIGAN , COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. FOR THE MAN ACTON BROTHERS Dealers HARTFORD, KY. When better automobiles tiro built, Hulrk will WHO CARES bulla them. j ' X