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FRIDAY, Clydo Grounds here this nfternoon. of Louisville finished sec: ond and Lum Mulllcan of Owensbj-r- o third. Omer Blandford, of Owens-bor- o was leading the race on the twentieth lap when h crashed thru tho fence due to tho breaking of the stoerlng gear of hla car. He was not Injured. J. C. Hood, Louisville, was forced out of the race early on acWallace count of engine trouble. Krlnnlnger, New Albany, Ind., and Harry Milton, of Owensboro, sufferrm accidents and wero forced to retire. Neither was injured. The car owned by C. F. Peffer, of Louisville, va3 damaged en route to Owensboro and did not start in the race. n JULY 7, 1922. he killed S. NOT TD PERMIT ANY INTERFERENCE CIRCUIT COURT IN MID-SUMME- R MORE RESTRICTONS FOR IMMIGRATION GRIND I thefts. OE VALERA HELD Strikers Oust Nonunion Men At Slater, Mo.; Seize Shops. ' Washington. July G. Interference Villi the movement of tho United States malls by striking railway wo.h rs lu different parts of tho country was reported today to tho office of the superintendent of Hallway Mall Service. The reports came fratn Mnrslrall, Texas; St. Louis, Mo.; Chaffee, Mo., and Kansas City, Mo. Officials. f tho Tcsas & Pacific llniM at Marshall reported that their in trains and trains on other roads mathe same territory wera belns terially delayed as a resnlt of interfriends, ference by strikers and tlulr alleged, were tampering who. It was with air appliances and otherwise movement fit preventing proper Officials of the St. Louis San FranLouts, cisco Hallway Company at St. Washington that protecMo- - notified tion was needed for tho preservation In handand operation of trains usedrequested ling mall matter. They that somo action lie takm by the Gov. eminent at once. Serious trouble was reported from Chaffee, Mo. Railway The Kansas City Southern Kansas City, Company r ported from was 310 . that the strike situation and that at growing more serious Qulncy strikers had warned official atJn charge of mall trains uot to transfer mall matter during tempt to the' night. Tho Postof flee Department, It was said, would dispatch inspectors to all In Dotnts where troublo might arise of tho malls. The the transmission inspectors will bo required to make reports at once to tho superintendent If of railway mall service here,, who, It advisable, will place the ho deems trains. Justice. There is a disposition on the part underof tho Administration, It was to deal with srlkers or any stood, other who may Interfere with the proper dispatch of the malls In the o most vigorous manner. Under circumstances, It was said, will the Government tolerate any hindrance to the movement of th6 malls. Shop Workers Drlicn Away. Slater, Mo., July 5. Striking shopmen here have seized the Chicago & Alton Railroad shops, driven out non. union men brought In to work In the shops and are holding the shops this wore driven out. Union officials said tho nonunion men were placed on trains and sent from the. town. Other reports reclared that the nonunion men were merely taken from the shops and that they left town voluntarily. ' Sheriff John Logsdon Is on his way here from Marshall, Mo., tho county seat. said' that threo Alton officials guards employed by the railroad at tho shops had been arrested by local authorities and placed In Jail and 'that their property was without proNo Violence, Koad Informed Chicago, July 5. Chicago & Alton officials today said their reports from Slater, Mo wera that nil the nonunion men who had left the shops thero left peacefully and that thore was tfo violence. About forty men wero employed to take tho place of tho strlkors. These men wero persuaded to leave tho shop, but wont away peacefully, reports to .Chicago said. In Chisli. Shots Fln-New Orleans, La., July G. The first serious disturbance In connection with tho strike of tho railway shopmen was reported from tho Algiers shop of the Southern Pacific road Into today. Several pistol shots wore exchanged by three special and five strike sympathizers. None of the shots took effect. A largo force of policemen was rushed to the scene. rs afternoon. . Eighteen men were driven from twenty-liv- e the shops today. Yesterday, tection of any sort. , WEDLOCK WINNER OF OWKNS1JOHO EVENT 00 s Owensboro, July 4. More than people saw Virgil H. Modlock of Salem, Ind., win the fifty mile automobile raco at the Owensboro Fair The Central City game was to have Proposes I ted net Ion of Quota been staged at Riverside Ptrk but was transferred to Central City, due From iJ To a Per Cent. to the big celebration at that placo ;on that date, which prevented the Washington, July C. The flood- C. The Ohio Circuit Court Is rounding C. team from coming, out Its first weok with considerable gates of immigration were raised July business disposed of. Up to noon 1st, when a new fiscal year b:gan and ' Hartford goes yesterday the grand Jury had return- - foreign countries became possessed game Saturday .to Island for a nud will have the Od 20 Indictments claslfled as fol- - of a new quota of 3 per cent of their Falls of Rough nine on the home C; nationals already In America. lows: Illegal sale of liquor, lot Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., 2; Fornication, 4; Adul- - Ing the fiscal y6ar Just closed some-ter- y ' sharp. J. Owens will twirl the Is Murder, 1; Breach of the thing over a third of a million im 3; land game and W. Tlnaley will work of grants came to these shores; without 1; Unlawful possession in the Sunday affair, Glenn doing still, 1; Manufacturing, liquor, 1 ; tho quota law more than a million the backstopplng. Carrying conceal'd deadly weapon, 1. would have landed hsre. C. J. Christian vs. A. S. Monroe et Thero aro many who think the law Glenn was slightly hurt In a head-o- n ENDOWMENT OVKIt TOP N. P. Dennis vs. W. P. Maddox;jis too liberal, and 300,000 foreigners FOK UNION" COLLEGE ah; collision In ldst Saturday's game Louisville Grocery Co. vs. Ensley admitted to this country without and laid off Sunday. Kaymer et nl.; Guenther Hardware 'more restrictions as to education and narbourvlllo Ky., July 5. The Co. vs. J. M. Hover; Same vs. C. W. citizenship plans, too many. Among The McIIenry Majesties walloped campaign for $350,000 endowment Hoover; R. C. Davis vs. M. n. Bar- - them Is Chairman Johnson pf the the I. C. team of Louisville on the fund for Union College was Lottanna Rowan et al. vsi Bea. House Immigration Committee. nard; He 4th, at Dam, to the tun of $100,000 and assures the inver Dam Coal Co.; Robert Burden vs. has Introduced a bill In which admls-Ohl- o 12 to 2.Beaver game was d' The stitution an nddltlon $730,000 from County Mutual Tele. Co.; A. slon for permanent residence In this Hoard of the Methodist from start to finish, tin Majesties the M. Fox vs. L. & N. R. R. Co., all con- - country would be granted only to had the Louisville outfit outclassed Church, offered conditional upon the tinned. aliens eligible for citizenship, thus a block. Parrott and Phelps "were success of the drive In the State. Brenard Mfg. Co. vs. Ohio County shutting the gates to Japanese, Chl- will Increase at the pivots for McHenry. Other endowments Co., Judgment for $100. Tho nese, Mongolians not and othera iDnis the resources of the college to $1,- id fendant filed motion for a new 'granted th right of citizenship. On account of wet grounds the C00.00O nn'd enable It to take place trial, pending; Roxy Craig- vs. Jesse The bill would reduce on July 1, Morgantown-Benve- r Dam Sunday as on of the largest schols In Ken-- 1 Craig, Judgment for divorce; Comth. 1023 the quota percentage from each game had to b canceled, tucky. It was established forty-two- 1 Ky. vs Clarence White, action re- - country from 3 to 2 percent based on of o years ago. docketed, Judgment herUofore enter- - ioio census figures. In addition to CLEO WESTHRFIELD city raised $100,000. One of This and dismissed; Lettie,the 2 per cent quota, each country, cd sot aside HURT IX COLLISION Monday was $20,000 from Proctor & n Duncan vs. Thos. Duncan, dismissed however, would be given a flat of Cincinnati. Gamble motion; G. A.' Ralph jowance of COO the maximum total Plaintiffs Cleo Westerfleld who was playing vs. Ames Body Corporation, continu- - f10m th(s COO flow being estimated the third bag 'for Hartford in SaturC. Richards vs. S. A. Jones at 24,000. ed; W. $400,000 WORTH OF day's game, was painfully Injured in dismissed; J. W. Foster vs. H. E. Thi3 reduction SECURITIES FOUND Mllllgan &c continued; Walter quota admissions would cut the total' going for a foul fly between third and to 170,000 yearly. home, when he ran Into a fan squatCampbell vs. C. P. Turner et al., Not more than 10 per cent of any ting on the ground where no one 4. Detcct-Ice- s Silver Lake, N. Y., July Judgment for $1.1G2. SO; M. M. Smith country's quota would be admitted to remain during dug up $400,000 In stolen secu- et al. vs. Joyce-WatklCo., on trial jnt0 the United States In one month. should be allowed games. Quite a bunch were In that rities under a tree near Iwe today. press hour. Other Comth. cases at immediate territory and young WesPart of the loot was stolen in a of minor Importance had been -iterfleld, In keeping his eyes on the robbery In New BASEBALL BR,EFS $2,000,000 mall truck headlong Into the fellow ball, last October. More was stolen York The Court will probably sit dur AND MIXED TIPS on theran ground and was thrown, while In postofflce and mall robberies in ing the greater portion of the coming Glenn, the catcher, fe.ll on Wester-fiel- d various parts of the United States week, In order to dispose of litigaas he lilt the dirt. The OwensThe Rlvarslders took the during the past year. tion on the docket. each of the players from boro or Daviess County Farm Bureau The securities dug up today were lads into camp at Riverside park seeing the other. Westerfleld's anin addition to $100,000 recovered OHIO COUNTY PENSION Tiadly strained, which will from the apartment of Edward HOARD REORGANIZED Saturday afternoon In one of the nif kle was tiest games played on the local dia- keep him laid tip for some time, even Bryce. Three men are under arrest, and The Ohio County Pension Board mond this season. Russell Plrtle, If he does well. they figured in of Examination Surgeons composed who was home from Detroit on a vis. It Is a shame to have anyone Inthe police Tney are of Dr. E. B. Pendleton and Dr. J. A. It, flung the firsts 5 stanzas and had jured In such a manner, altogether most of the postta hold-upDutch Anderson, who says his name DuH who was appointed somo time all of the stuff exhibited by the "Big unnecessary and avoidable as would The first fourteen Bureau have been in this case had the specIs Charles P. Helns; Edward Bryce ago in rooms of Dr. Ross Bennett, Six". made to remain where and Charles Lambert. deceased, and Dr. Oscar Allen recent- boys .did not have a chanc; to see tators been But, they ought to have fieen. But in this G. T. McCarthy, of the American ly appointed to succeed DV. P. T. Wil- first with a field telescope. Railway Express office in Buffalo, lis, met Wednesday In the office of "Lefty, who had not pitched a game Instance it 13 especially regretable, as trailed them back and forth across Dr. Pendleton, Hartford and organlz- - or had any practice this season, the Injured young man Is a fine bait the continent until threo weeks ago. ed by electing Dr. Duff president, Dr. weakened In that inning and walked player, doing good work from the any point upon Then he made their acquaintance and Pendleton secretary and Dr. Allen the fifteenth and the sixteenth man pitcher's box and at began treasurer, on the the Inner works and the nicest kind caught the horsehlde fairly gained their confidence. They In addition to that Job together. planning a hold-u- p W. H. Nelson and A. I. Nail were end of his bludgeon, sending it over of an outfielder. a splendid fellow, quiet, hard police before the Board for examination. and back of the left fielder's head he is The men told McCarthy, tho working and when In a ball game he driving In the man walked. say, of some of tho robberies they McCarthy sixth' never quits. He Is there with his Finally, Stevens relieved Plrtle In the had committed. REGISTRATION ACT and held the Daviess County boys the very best effort In every minute of lold them he had a standing market UNCONSTITUTIONAL balance of the way, serving them up the game. No player conies to the for stolen securities, and" they offered to the fans' taste. Glenn did the Hartford diamond who is better liked somo over to him. to turn $24,000 for Hartford and than "Slqeeter" Westerfleld- The act passed by the late LegisSunday, they produced McCarthy was unable to get lature requiring all voters to regis- Jeems certainly caught a peach of a worth. HARNETT'S CREEK this amount of money, and believed ter in order to exercise the rights of game, we never lamped the "Old" suspicions wero aroused. suffrage In future elections was void- scout In better form. the men's The Ice Cream Supper given by the The score was 6 to 2 In the Rlv- He called two other detectives, and ed and held tor naught by a decision W, O. W. Circle, at Buford last SaturTheir of the Appellate Court, rendered late erslders' favor. the three were arrested. day night, was, largely attended. apartments were searched, and $100,-00- 0 In Thursday of last week. Mrs. Katie Chapman and little son, found In Bryce's trunk. For tho Court's opinion see page gamo was also were A whale of a good Jesse, spent a few days this week, the hiding 2, this issue. McCarthy had learned of tho staged Sunday afternoon, Logansport guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whltta-ke- r. being the visitors and the losers by placo under the tree here. ODD FELLOWS WILL C to 3. The. Butler County athletes The condition of Mr. Lou Hoover GIVE ENTERTAINMENT were late In arriving, delaying the MT. EVEREST CLIMH x Is no better. CALLED TOO HASTY start of the fracas until slightly after Mls3 Ruby Gladys Hoover, who On Tuesday night, July 11, tho 4 o'clock and the diamond was a bit July 4. Tho Dally Mall Girls' Orchestra of the Orphans' home heavy, tho grass on the outfield wet has been visiting her grandparents, London. and other relatives In this neighborcorrespondent In Bombay writes that will render a splendid program at the and a consequent slowlng-u- p of the hood for the past several days, has reOne of controversy Is under way there re- Centertown Baptl8t-,churchn game resulted. The chief feature of atturned to her home in Whitesvllle. the best speakers In the State will be this game was Monroe's four-bas- e garding tho recent unsuccessful Mount Everest, which present and tell us something of Odd clout over the River bank. ln right She was accompanied by Mrs. Katie tempt to scale son, Mr. Alva It Is widely believed, failed through Fellowship and what It Is doing for field. Tho battery for Hartford was, Chapman and little Whlttaker, the orphans of Kentucky and else- Houser, a stove salesman, who hap- Chapmin, Miss Beulah overhnste. and little brother Elmer. While the members of tho climb- where. pened to be sojourning In town nt Messrs. James Fleldeu and WilEvorybody comej Be entertained, ing party declared tho early monsoon only two say and learn something of wha't we are that time and who lasted liam Morgan were In Hartford Tuesprevented success, native bearers Innings. and'Monroe and Phelps. For day. the monsoon does not reach the high- doing. Logansport, Barnes and Hammers, Miss Verona Chapman Is able to . ALVIN ROSS, er Himalayas, and that the rains and tho work of each was well dono. be out again after a few days Illness. believed to be the Secretary Magnolia Lodgo, No. 181. which the climber's as Monroe and Phelps backed-u- p who has Mrs. Jesso Whlttaker monsoon wero merely a passing they wero proved too good a combi- been ill for somo time, Is no better. BOND PRICES storm. of Logan, altho , .' 100.26 nation for the Port Mr. Otway Rhoads lost a fine cow They nssort that If tho expedition Liberty a good gamo was played by a fine last weok. 100.24 ,, 0 Liberty 1st 4s a height of about had waited at 99. 96 bunch of boys. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yates spoilt feet It would have found soveral Liberty 2d 4s Monday night with tho family of 100.40 sunshiny days on which the Liberty 1st 44s calm, Hartford lost a hard struggle to Lou Hoover. 100.14 Liberty 2d 44s summit could haVo been reached. 100.10 the. Central City team on IndependMrs. Med Chapman Is in OwensLiberty 3d 4,is 100.36 ence day, on the lattor's diamond. boro this weok, under treatment of Liberty 4th HLUEHEAH1) HANGS The score stood 6 to 1 In favor of a doctor. HIMSELF IN CELL Victory 100.54 Hartford at tho end of the sixth InVictory Rev. and Mr3. T. B. Bandy, and The above quotations do not In- ning, but byjnlscues of apparent easy Berlin, July 5. Germany's notosmoke daughter, Miss Anna Leo, of Lebanon Bluebeard, Karl Grossmnnn, clude accrued Interest, which Is add- avoidance, when the flhal rious Ky., spent last week In this committod suicide this morning by ed from date of, previous coupon pay- screen ascended the tallies stood 9 to Junction, 8 in favor of Tho C. C. aggregation. city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. hour before ho was ment to dato of sale. hanging a half Stevens and Glenn did the heavy Garden, and Mr, and Mri. John Car-doto be taken to thp criminal court, They also spent from Saturday The little son, born to Mr. and Mrs. work for the Rlversldors while Tut- whore he was undergoing trial for Golden Shown, of near town, on tle and Bibb performed like rolls for until Wednesday In Fordsvillo, visitmurder, Ho had udmltted hla guilt Stevens heav ing friends. Thoy woro accompinlod In the case of four women, but was Thursday of last week, and christen- tho Muhlenburg boys Hugh Edward, died Saturday. Bu- ed a nice game for Hartford and de home by Miss Sallyo Emma Cardon, suspected of murdering twenty, who ed extonded stay with either mysteriously disappeared or rial took place In the Bcda burying served an easy victory, while Glenn who will make an caught an excellont game. They say them. grounds. were found horribly mutilated. (I'liind Jury Kcturns UO Indictments; Comt To Sll Full Term. Hill , ce , over-pledged one-sideI I i i i ' al-oj ns crowd-prevente-o s. back-stoppi. DUBLIN BEPflRT Countess Markievicz Said To Have Been Takenj Battles Go On Dublin, July 4. The rumor Is fly ing thruout the city that Eamonn do Valera has been captured a3 a result of the attack of.the nationals against the Gresham Hotel where he was supposed to ba in command of the lr- - It Is Impossible to 'get absoluto confirmation, but the report 13 credited here. London, July 4. A "Dublin dis patch to the Times says: "Tonight the remnant of the Irregular stronghold In upper Sackvllle street Is being bombarded with heavy guns." ' The Dublin correspondent of tho Press Association, telegraphing early In the morning, says that tho national forces are making steady progress. The battle In O'Connell street continued with varying intensity thruout the day, the firing being much heav' ier than yesterday. In the aft2rnoon the postofflce was captured by a bombing party, twenty irregulars being taken. The correspondent says it 13 rumored that De Valera has left Ham-mam- 's Hotel. Fifteen Irregulars are believed to have surrendered at this hotel and It is reported that Countess Markievicz was captured while sniping. During, the day, continues tho correspondent, there have been fierce duels between national troops lying In the road behind light barricades and snipers from windows and roofs. There are several Indications of' the diminished strength of the Irregular forces, and that they will no longer attempt "to fight all their positions simultaneously. The deserted appearance of the Gresham suggested that the hotel had been evacuated, and. It. was believed that Free State troops once entered the hotel, but did not remain, suspecting that the place had been mined, and later Republicans were again seen firing from the windows. The Irregulars concentrate their attention especially on the threatened points, moving about in underground tunnels. A large number of Irregulars are known to have left the O'Con. nell area, either tired by the struggle or under orders from their leaders. Crowds In the city watched the fighting. In one case national snipers were firing over the heads of tho spectators at Hammama'a Hotel. The evacuation of Barry's HoteIs near Parnell Square, was a surprise; it was quietly deserted Sunday or Monday by a hundre dlrregulars, with, about thirty women acting as cooks and typists. It appears they lacked arms sufficient to resist a big attack and, therefore, slipped away In twos and threes thru a breach Into an adjoining building. ' HERBERT Mr. and Mrs. Frank Griffin and daughter, Miss Zulu, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Palmer and children, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin, of Owensboro. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Flowers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Chambeia, of Owensboro, wore, tho guests of tho former's mother, Mrs. Nora Chambers, Sunday. Mr. Taylor Skinner, who has been attending school at Bowling Green.,' has returned home. Miss Ruth Husk of Phllpot. was the guest of Miss Eula Barkor Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Myrtlo Floyd and baby spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mllllgan. Miller Taylor and Norrls Neel went to Phllpot to an lco cream supper Saturday night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wllbor Rearden, Monday, July 3, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mercer of Dallas, Texas, are guests of relatives In this neighborhood. Mrs. W. T. Griffith and little son, of Big Springs, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rearden. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richmond unjj children spent July 4th, In Owensbo- 3b 20,-00- 4a 4a 3s t. n. ro. Mr. Grant Midkltt lost a fine horse Monday, fcUiSTHATlON ACT VOID, COURT RULES .Law Unreasonable In Its Ef pur cigarettes They are Mng November election, If ho should, I by rouson of residence, become en-- I titled to vote Immediately after that I I feet; Only One J TYaakfart. Ky June 30. On the "tatilvaritl principle that provisions of registration must nut dsny or alirtdga the constitutional rights of Impede suffrage or unnecossarlly thft right of any citizen," Chief Untlla Hurt of the Kentucky Court of Appsals Thursday afternoon Jus-Mm voters to register? But it Is said that some voters ...1. nttiAMril.n ..n1lflA.I ...lit l.A nH : nf the rlcht to vote In sne- -' dnrlved clal elections occurring beforo the next registration. What then the result? There will be no more local option elections, and as the great majority of the counties and municipalities of the State have Judge Williams Rogers Clay, from already reached the debt limit, it Is Skit district, .was the only Appellate not probable that there will be very exept In the regular registration In July. Outside the areas, where the .Tiulea to differ with Chief Justice many bond Issue elections. As some requires registration, Hurt regarding the suit which was of these elections will take place at Constitution ltatRyd strongly by the Republican the general election, it will only be at there is no opportunity for the c'ass-e- s mentioned to register befare anyi In a dissenting rare intervals that any bond issue Btaln organization. j ftplsrion filed, Judge Clay contended election will be held on some other special election. "After the year 1922 only one day ibnt "It Is Just as Important to safe-.ar- d day, and the number of voters who the purity of the ballot as it Is will be denied the right to partlcl-- 1 Is provided for the registration for to protect the citizen In the right to pate therein will be lnflnlteslmally such qualified voters for the Novem-- 1 ber election, and the classes, who upTOte, and a law which will accom- - small. A registration act that does yifftt that purpose should not be not 'afford ample time for purging the on the day of registration are per- forming public duties by compn'slon Ifetitly set aside." registration before the election Is opinion specifically not worthy of the name, and It Is of law, as public officers, the nature Judge Hurt's of whose duties are such that they Hold the law unconstitutional practically impossible to frame an act registration; not provide for a spe- that will accomplish this purpose and ar unabl to attend the It does militiamen on duty. Jurors and such cial registration outsldo ci'.los for at the same time not work a hardnot because of any fault of their, special elections or for a special ship in individual cases. "- . . ill, .1... .1 : n,fn lint liortliiao tlia Inu. rontllriarl""...r..DHruinrM i "" """ zofifatrstion of public officers, .. lhiil uv..w.w. ir s,iii ill prev-ntefrom voting, or others. whoa du- million voters should not be deprived like, would be Jurors them to be elsewhere, and the act In ties prevent them from registering on of the benefit of a registration law, question has made no provision for ha regular registration day. and the State denied the right to registration, and to such an ex The general registration act was have pure elections, merely becaus1 their reAssembly as an insignificant number of voters tent seems to be an unreasonable ssod by the General gistration. Manifestly a registration n party measure. Vetoed by might not have the opportunity to which prohibits on, who Is required Morrow, It was passed again. " he can t pj'6? a . ' Clri.r Justice Hurt disposed of all """" """',; not register and thereby to be de Involving the v'"a, On the auostlons, except those in election should be right of suffrage for jlgnt of suffrage, in favor of the whole, I am of the opinion that the prived of the , fourteen months thereafter, cannot of sraasure. The presiding officers aojeciions lo me ati uic su inuuiu to be a reasonable registrathe two houses signed the bill when and devoid of merit that they afford be said sign no reasonable basis for declaring the tion of the right of suffrage." it was first passed, but did not K after the veto. Judge Hurt said act unconstitutional." .1UIJGK SIIOCKKI) UY SMOKING li constitution does not require spe-etChief .Justice' Opinion. registrations, applying as it doe3, Chief Justice Hurt, In support of At a luncheon of the Women's Na "h icld, to special as well as general his ruling, said; "A registration tional Democratic Club In New York .ejections. must b5 such as to give the Judge William Caffrey of the muni- Judge Hurt held that five classes statute who Is qualified to vote at c)j,ai court nearly choked when about elector, alxM ho disfranchised by the act, the election, whenever.lt may be, a 200 women began smoking cigarettes, BIBLE THOUGHTS j excepting In cities. opportunity to register. Tne smoking habit is a thing to be ForThisWeek may follow the court reasonable litigation Otherwise he is denied his rights as a denounced, he said, but he objects to Bible Thoanhta memorized. wOl prov action, on tho payment of $90,000 pnclu emtmg io mltu y tsn. citizen and the election cannot be free !men smoking as well as women. On Ser the registration books sent to the women In politics, he and equal. the subject of tflnuuty Clerks. An equal number of "If I could hold that the provisions Isaid: "We aren't afraid of women s i&ese books of which there wero 15,-t0- 0, Create PRAYER: A MORNING if the act provided a reasonable op- - brains;. .it's their tongues." He ., . .. were bound by the Standard t. II. !.! portunity to register, 10 voie at me warned tnai 11 me women ium.n.iu in me a new heart, O God; and re- - ! Bradley-Gilbe- rt Jointing Company, November election and for such spe did not learn to be guided by reason new a right spirit within me. Psalm J Corn-pan- ", Company and C. T. Dearlng men 51:10. Mai elections as might be held be- and tolerance all the Louisville. Work was done tween the second Monday in July and would be driven, out of politics. WHERE IS YOUR. TREASURE? andor .supervision of the Board of the November election, ther) arc no Where your treasure) is, there will Coun-- ( 'Registration Commissioners. If you feel "blue." "No account," your heart bQL also. Matthew 6:21. provisions In the act, which would were required to pay for their .'liable anyone, who had not hereto- lazy, you need a good cleaning out. I ASLEEP: SAFETY WHILE rum books, but It is believed that fore registered, to vote in any spe- Hrhine is the right thine; for that will both lay me down In peace, and sjaymont may bj resisted. It stimulates the liver, sleep: for thou. Lord, only makest cial election which might ha held be- purpose. .JTHlfti! Clay Dissents. six- tones up the stomach and purifies the me dwell In safety. Psalm 4:8. tween the November election and Judge Clay, dissenting, said: "We ty days after the registration in July bowels. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio, As THE GLitD AWAKENING: m arc comma iided by a rule of one nun. of each year If a citizen removes County Drug Company. for me. I will behold thy face In -- o drill jears' standing to resolve every from ano.her State and becomes a righteousness: I shall be satisfied, IMZAItDS OV THE KADIO ddubt in favor of tho constitutionalit- cltlz-by reason of 01 this State and when I awake, wltlu thy likeness. y" of every act of tho Legislature, one year'.i residence In a county dangers of the ra Psalm, 17:15. One of the fire nnd not to declare any act Invalid utientitled to vote Just lollowing BE CHARITABLE:. Brethren, If les plainly violative of the Consti- .he November election, he ccitld not dio, lhs In the inclination of those in a man be overtaken In a fault, ye tution. One's right .o vote is of rgister until July, following, and terested to experiment with lightning which are spiritual, restore such a syslittle value If his vote may be offset hence would bo deprived of the rlglit" circuits and other high voltage 0110 In the, spirit o meekness; considTherefore, It is to vote until sixty days following the tems. Not long ago three children ering thyself, lest thou also be tempt arc Illegal vote. )fi just as Important to safeguard ilia registration In July and without fault at AJken, S. C, were burned to death ed. Gar 6:1. purity orthe ballot as It Is to protect upon his part. Tho person, becom- In a flra resulting- from a short cir GUARD THE TONGUE: Keenjf Iho citizen in the right to vote and ing 21 years of age after the Novem- cuit In a radio transformed; and a thy tonxue from evil, and thy lips. crossed nitaw which will accomplish that pur-V- fl ber olection In any year, without New Jersey boy carelessly from speaking guile. Depart front should not bo lightly set aside. fault or neglect on his part, could not the leads from his storage battery evil, and do good; seek peace, and "Via act In question does not pro-vif- vote at any election until sixty day3 and tarted a fire that might 'iave pursue It. Psalm 34:13, 14 for a registration that will be after the second Monday In July. The become serious If it had not been Let not year ALL IS WELL: inactive only for u short time, but rnclstere.l voter who movea from th Promptly detected. It is because of heart be troubled: ye believe In God, y. ruvtd for a general registration county of registration. Into another .such dangers that the national, believe also in me. In my Fataor's for all time, to not trlcat code requires that all vrlring house are many mansions: It it wore m will be effective at such a time as will to followrd by annual registrations authorize him to vote at the follow- - I e Installed In a "safe and .sane" not so, I would have told you. I go manner. . f nil qualified voturs not heretofore to prepare a place for you. John 14: ! ' eode Is This generally approved Mgtetored. For tho first year the 1.2. I intervals to keep HA.MRnNF.'S MF.niTATMNS revised at two-yeset fixes the first, :i registration days. with tho iiifirrh (if nvnnra. With iin " yen re only one t "" tud for ' the spreading popularity erf tho ra-- I pey5 two kinds' wjfjswtfon day. It is conceded that FOR FLETCHER'S however, it was necessary U)n days afford the entire olecto-r- t. uv 'em Trouble ne 1,000,000 to recently revise that part of the consisting of about YOU BORRYSyEN ToTHER code which relates to wlr less receiv. xolttu a reasonable opportunity for You GITS EN HAS T' ' lug and sending apparatus Tho sp-- 1 ItAISK SKUNKS FOR FUR cuut ring. Bocauso of the efforts ciflcatlons wero drawn up by tho Na- -, 'Mli will be made to got the voters PAY FUH IT,'! . practi-aU- jr I tlonal Fire Protective Association, certain that In Johnson county, Mo., 20 acres to the pulls, It are vtewnl us stund-Inrd- s will be devottd exclusively to raislug j whoso findings all tho voters will he registered of engineering practice, on the black skunks for the tur. The nnl- M first year, and that In subsequent ! , i.r.rQ i recommendations of the American im.i, ...m . in nn only one registration day jwrs when Relay League, Anurlcan Tele-!por cent or j Radio the farm whlch wll, be 8Urr0unded travlded. not over 10 phono & Telegraph Co., Radio Cor-Jw- lt wlro fencing: highly charged ibotic 100,000 voters will bo eutltled poratlon of America nnd the Indo- with electricity to prevent thieving. n ruftistsr. Association. A pendent Telephone "Notwithstanding the fact that "What makes your mother order copy of the changes In dotall can bo nany thousunds of voters will be ab-n- t' had on application to the National Ice cream for the first course and on the day of tho election Board of Flro Underwriters, 76 Wil- soup for tho lust?" of sicklies or othur causes, "Well, her stomach Is upset, ho she liam street, New York. of our Constitution Hm framsr . s. Chicago eats the meal backwards." only on- - day for holding "That new show of mine Is going to Herald. one day affords a reason-jh- r If hit," announced the bo a sure-fir- e opportunity for all tho votors to "I)KAI" ASKS FOR DRINK producer gleefully. "I've got a swell days uro sufficient to 7otu, and threo idea for costuming tho chorus." iubrJ a million voters to register, "Uh-huhMrs. Rebecca Senpz, of New York, grunted tho critic. upon what theory can It bo said that about all most of 'em wear suffered a stroke of paralysis and enable ("That's ene day 13 not sufficient to after physicians had pronounced her Legion Weekly. by Usamt Hmippw SyttflUtS. Cef i'Uht. 19 d of the . nowadays." or eveu I ! 5,-0, be-ramlll-Shiwe- n, I -- Sanded down, an opinion holding the general reglstra-Ss- n act of 1022, requiring all vot-z- n tn register In every precinct In 3fee State the second Monday and TwMBlay of July. The court In reach-fti- fi tals conclusion granted an Injunc-aAt- o J. M. Perkins, prominent local JStpuhltcan, restraining the Franklin County Board of Election Commls- ntonars from holding the reglstra- - GOOD! election or previous to It, but less than sixty days previous to It, he could not register In the couu'y to which Its removes until the registra tion day of July, the next year, and registration upon tliut day would not qualify him to vote until slx;y days hereafter, according to the terms of the act. "Thee classes of citizens cnr.:pose a considerable per cent of th- - legal votrs In every precinct and thsy are deprived of the exercise of th right designated above, not by any fault, of suffrage at any special elect. on as negl-c- t or misfortune, on thir part, but because of the terms of the act In question. "I cannot find any ground on which to hold that the act does not, In relation to the classes of voters mentioned and under the circumstances, not only abridge their right of suf- frage but utterly destroys It. While Section 1495, Kentucky Statutes, may provide a registration for a special election for thoss who did not regis ter In July In cities and towns of persons and more the act In question makes no provision for the registration for any special election, Illinois Central System Dollar; Where It Comes From and Where It Goes Railway statistics In the tables presented of the Illinois Central a dollar and spends It; In 1921: are confusing to many persons ' an Ui.y nr expressed In terms of millions herewith we have attempted to tell th tory of the receipts and expenditures System In terms of the cents which make up a dollnr. The railroad rece'ves those tnblf s show how the Illinois Central Sytem dollar was received nntl spent I..-. -- "" - d Gov-iinr- or "on; :z t,ii f '-' -h-- ... ; I Cents DOMiAll CAM!! per ton 270.46 Transportation of freight (44.637.46C tons; average distance 71.71 miles; average revenue per ton per mile 1.015 cents) Transportation of passengers (37,027. SS9 passengers; average distance per passenger 25.25 mile; average revenue per passenger per mile 3.104 cents. . . 16.98 1,C9 Transportation of mall "'' express Transportation of Sources related to freight service, such as demurrage and storage, nnd special 0,9 service 0,8G Switching service passenger service, bucIi as operation of parlor cars, excess Sources related to '56 baggage, etc 'r,s restaurant, dining and buffet service Hotel, n32 Station and train privileges, and miscellaneous Rents of equipment, road, buildings and other property, Joint facilities, and 2.79 miscellaneous Income ' -- 'Cu corporate Investments Income from 100.00 WHKIti: TIIK 11)21 DOMiAIt WKNT Wagos Material Total Cents Cents Cents Maintenance of tracks, roadbed, buildings, bridges and other 15.65 S.5C 7.00 structures (wages, 54.7; material, 45.3) Maintenance of locomotives, freight and passenger cars and 1S.9I 7.07 other equipment (wages, 62.67; material 37.33).. 11.87 Train, station and switching operations, and other transpor26.69 24.S1 l.SS tation service (wages 92.96; material, 7.04) Traffic agencies, compilation and Issuance of tariffs, miscellaneous traffic expenses (wages 73.44 ; material, 1.2S 0.34 0.94 26.56) Hotel, restaurant, dining and buffet service (wages, 4S.39&, 0.62 0.30 0.32 material, 51.61) 7.50 Fuel 1.48 Salaries of clerks and other general office employes .. . . . 0.18 Legal expenses 0.16 Pension department expenses 0.19 Salaries of general officers 0.15 ' Valuation expenses 0.37 Miscellaneous general expenses ".'. 0 Depreciation and retirement of equipment 1.97 Loss, damage nnd caualtici Kent of equipment, leased linos, Joint facilities and miscel2.45 laneous rents C.S5 Interest on bonds and other Interest charges 4.4S Dividends on capital stock 1.6 Balance available for enlarging and improving the property 5.54 Taxes 100.00 This statement Is made for tha purpose of keeping our patrons Informed about the Illinois CenI tral System. Constructive criticism and suggestions are Invited. Q fj MARKHAM President, Illinois Central system. WIIKIttt TIIK 10121 , ...... .- - el it ', drad she was prepared for burial, tho eoffln, Mrs. Senpz startled her Ice was packed about her body and mourners by sitting up aud asking for candles were lighted. An hour lat-- 'a drink. Physicians said she would er, as neighbors Wire gathered about recover. I ... Wm 4 . . SpIeBSScS tti m i"r. ... f23llXMMVf' -- $ti- - . &E.W -.. -- C?S8PwiMP5a eft!' Kl5?fl llPRiJS5$vr, n be-ao- ," ffUaifW ftS v j And lo it in Farming Without the Drudgery Now-Pr- of elec-count- FORDSON power makes more productive seed bed3. Tho tractor does its work so rapidly and does so much cf the heavy wcrk of farming, that farm drudgery is passing. Exper.3cs are reduced. Better crop3 are grown. ar subs-quen- o' Children Cry dio-phon- e. CASTORI A In the bringing about of this new era, the Oliver No. Plow has been the working partner of the Fordson. It is so light running and so scientifically designed that its work has made it a reputation enjoyed by no other tractor plow. 7 ot - It is extremely easy to handle. Depth is adjusted by mt ...w..., iv.w mm uijciuiea u juck. 00 easy is tms dono that most drivers do net Btop cr slow down to make a change in the plowing depth. The power lift i3 tripped by simply touching a rod which is so convieniently placed that tho driver need not turn hi3 head to operate it. There is no side draft because the plow is in perfect alignment with the tractor. To farm tho Fordson way means so small an investment that it is within easy reach of every farmer. Come in and see the Oliver No. 7 gang nnd you, too. will decide to farm tho Fordson way, t pro--jld- olec-tfgn- BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. i$ Compltte Standard Fordton Equipment at rowtr farming HcadquarUf avaitabtt A(r l" b, one-thir- S. J 4 1 X I POWER OF HIOHT IN ANIMALS mostmii.es jier DOLLAR irestone J GUM-DIPPE- D -- and Their JUghHiUage, R&cords CORDS L, E. Eulmnks. Tho two familiar expressions, "An caglo's eyo" and "Hllnd us a bat," Just about sum up the average person's knowledges of the Bnso of sight In nnlmals. Tho popular impression Is that all large, dangerous animals of tho Jungle havo powerful eyes; but, In fact, many uro decidedly weak In sight. The elephant has poor eyes, and relies on his other senses, mostly on smell, to compcnBato for this. Ahto tho rhinoceros Eees but a short distance, nnd depends on his sense of smell, even In charging an enemy. The buffalo has good eyes, hut thoso of tho bear nre so poor that when a little confused he will run directly over the hunter he is trying to avoid. Hoars' eyes nre drnmatically described ns "red rimmed nnd savage," but bears, ordinarily, are not quarrelsome, and prefer to use their eyes In ESgTjNet Contents lBFluid Drachm CASTORI For Infants and Children.. im: K,'uVJ 5tWrl im KttWNtfs ... 3iS .& . s T Mothers Know That Genuine Castorla Always Bears the W' ! 1 39 irri U i3 '. ALGOHOb-- a PER GENT. J AWptobkfrOTarationfarAs- - izi Jr eifntiniini iiil-- i miii byRcguUtinq thcStonucas and Davreisojj Digestion Thereby Promoting ..T..,.r..j - . ssssm ChccrfulncssanaiKsi.w--SjW?i neither Onlum.Morphlnc ;nor suraw ' Mineral. NotNahcotiC; . f.C Signature Y $ Jr v retreat. Tho power of tho caglo's eyes la proverbial hut tho hawk's aro nearly AH birds as remnrkable. that aro speedy travelers havo flno sight a provision of naturo to prevent their colfllers, such as thrushes, warblers, vlreos, etc., see well, as Is proved by their going to any place they choose. The fact that they often fly against lighthouses and are killed is no proof that they do not see, but indicates that the light confuses them, and as they near it, blinds them to the house itself. You nnd I can see an automobile several yards away, even on a dark night, but If the headlights are on and extremely bright, we may see only the light as the machine hears down on us. Moths fly Into a candle flame because of confusion; their sight is strong enough to avoid the collision, but when the flame blinds them to everything else, they and dash become straight for it. Even gamo birds sometimes act as though blind; a covey of partridges if flushed near the sea, will sometimes fly out and alight on the waves. They can 3Wlm but little and are generally drowned by this act, which ordinarily they would assiduously avoid. The gun's report excites them beyond panlc-strlck'en JhmpiiaSx'i .il?"-t'- The high mileage records of Firestone Cords continue to emphasize tho fact that Firestone methods are different and better. These records, steadily increasing in number and in mileage totals, justify the Firestone contention that there is one best way to build tires. Among the primary sources of Firestone extra mileage is g the saturation of the cord plies in a vat double of liquid gum thus coating each cord and virtually eliminating internal heat and friction. Another is Firestone air bag curing, with its 200 pound pressure, which places every cord accurately and equalizes the tension. By blending the rubbers of different plantations and types, and by tempering it before mixing, Firestone men add still more mileage. Many cord tires are good a few are better Firestone users say one is best. Those who have already experienced Firestone mileage, have mcy nave mauc uicsc stopped snopptng ana experimenting uui mtiiua 9UV.WU mvc:iigiii.c Jf OS SlRUOara equipment. th Firestone Cordsand buy your next ore accordingly, sme In and get your share of extra mileage. gum-dippin- '8eSW! ? to.-..-.; u; VWj Senna JixhUiStX I iV rv f lV?1 k ..:. ., Ca Jj n or In V". rcPj T t: u AhcInlUlKCmeayw ' :.a':-- i J a;1 c,rJciiticss and UU inn. -- 'resulting itercftomjnlnfontf. LOSSOF3''1'llr SMnotojM- t ''? ; Restate 1,, ou-wfr- ns & sVa t use For Over n r .Utt.-fTTTt- r ig J Sub oaffWBGttiWMSj Thirty Years I ca: Exuct Copy of Wrapper. THt CtNTAUH COMHNY, NtW YOH CtT yiv coao wm- - SxtzmSUa IUuUrSUa IU.7 IT.S 41 'M fc iifc HARTFORD MOTOR CO. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. VERNON SAPP J. F. CASEBIER & SON " Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. World War to secure the compensation provided for them by the FederEmmet O'Neal, al Government. Commander of the American Legion, ' Men Must Kile Trior To Mrs. Margaret L. Duncan, President of the American Legion Auxiliary and August 0 or IOi-- c Rights. Henry J. Stites nre the other members of the Hoard. Thoso who served In the World . War and received disabilities will Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved lose their rights to Hie claims with "About two years ago when suftho Federal Government on August fering from a severe attack of sum9tb, 1922, which Is the last dny of mer complaint, 1 took Chamberlain's tho extension, granted under the Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and It Sweet bill. For that reason, the Am- relieved me almost instantly," writes erican Legion and Kentuoky JJIsabl. Mrs. Henry Jewett, Clark Mills, N. Y. men's Hoard have ar- This is an excellent remedy for colic ed ranged a campaign, commencing Juno and diarrhoea and should bo kept at ni 30th and ending July 11th, during hand by every family. which time every dlsablod man In Kentucky will bo given an VEIL DANCE' IX CHICAGO RESULTS IX ARREST OF 80 opportunity to file his claim. It Is estimated that approximately forty Chicago. July 1 Eight hundred per cent of the men In Kentucky who nre entitled to compenatlon have not men guests at the Emil Zola Club, yet filed claims, and It Is of the ut- where the entertainment Included a most Importance that this Informa- veil dance by four young women, clad only In scant pieces of gauze, tion be brought to their attention. Many men who are disabled less wero arrested by police raiding par than ten per cent, and therefore, not ties early today. Patrol wagons from five stations ontltled to compensation at tho present time, have not filed claims, feel- wero used to transfer the prisoners to ing that In case their disability should West Side stations, where they were Increase, they can then file a claim. booked for disorderly conduct. E. Harry Cohen, host at the enterIn many Instances, men who are only slightly disabled at this time will be tainment, was charged with violating totally disabled In years o come be- a State statue, prohibiting Indecent The four wocause of their service Injury. If these public performances. mon do not fllo their claims now they men, afer discarding their veils for will havo waived tholr right? but If more substantial attire, were booked a man fifes his claim now and is on similar charges. rated less than ten per cent but latWhen you fool lazy, out of sorts er becomes disabled to a greater dayprotectd Wb rights and yawn a good deal In the he will have time, you can charge it to a torpid nnd can bo tho system Hrent 0. Nunnolley, of Louisville, liver which lias allowed Herblno got full of Impurities. for tho American to its State Chairman Campaign, and cures all disorders produced by an Legion CLEAN UP Kentucky hns appoint- lnactlvo llvor. It strengthens that overy post-In- . bowels and puts ed a local CLEAN UP chulrman, bo organ, cleanses thehealthy condition, system In good that every County can function one the Ohio County hundred per cent efficiently during prlco GOc. Sold by Tho ni Drug Co. the drive. m Btate-wid- e plans In order to perfect MOTHER OF QUINTUPLETS Men's Kentucky Disabled by the Hoard, which was created Flvo years- after giving birth to 1922 Kentucky Legislature arranged triplots, Mrs. William Prestngo, liva series of division conferences to ing near Monroo, La., presented her ono of which each post Is sent one husband with flvo children, all in ono or moro representatives. consignment. Representatives of the U. S. Vete. o marana' Uurau, tho Government KING RECEIVES MARSHALL to caro for the chinery, croated World War dlsablod, sent officials to Marshall of Former each of tho conferences t'o oxplalu tho United States was received by tho nscessary fqrni nnd procedure King Victor Emanuel at Romo along and ovldenco required so that tho with a largo group of Scottish Rite sovoral representatives would be In Masons who had been attending the position to properly assist their dis- congress of the bTTITre'ne Misonta abled comrades in prepariug claims. lodges la Lausanne. Switzerland. Jackson Morris Is Chairman; of -- Han's Kontucky DIM Wad Hoard which was ensted by tno FOR FLETCHER'S 1922 Keutuoky LesUlaturt to in tho dlsablod Kontuckiaus LIMIT FOR FILING DISABILITY CLAIMS I think we would be safe In saying that, on an average, birds see one hundred times better than man. By watching each other's actions, birds COTTAGE CHEESE will go a hundred miles to a carcass; and under favorable atmospheric conThe housewife can make cottage ditions a bird can see a worm on ground at a cheese with a few kitchen utensils, of three hundred feet. such as a kettle for the milk, a large spoon for stirring, a piece of cheeseThe bee, though the strength of its cloth for draining and a dairy ther- Blgm lb iiui ieuiuiituuie, una u huu- According to a method derful ocular equipment five eyes, mometer. given by West Virginia university, a cluster of three on top of Its head, HOME-MADE Hartford, Beaver Dam, Fordsville, Beaver Dam, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. . The Courier -- Journal I Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper l j freshly-ploughed dls-'tan- ce to a temperawarm the sklm-mll- k ture of 70 to SO degrees F., for between these points the growth of lactic acid bacteria Is best encouraged, and leave It undisturbed over night. The next morning It should be coagulated Into a smooth, firm curd and Is then ready to be heated slowly to a temperature of 90 to 100 degrees. Stir gently with a spoon during the heating process. The cheese curd is then ready to be transferred into the cheesecloth for draining. Catch the whey in a pan It Is excellent food for chickens. While the cheese Is draining, knead it occasionally to Improve the texture. Do not let It become too dry. When all the free whey Is drawn off It Is ready to bo salted. Use common table salt or butter salt, mixing thoroughly In tho proportion of about one ounce of salt or five pounds of cheese or season to taste. The finished product Is best kept In earthen crocks. The average person invariably makes the mistake of overheating. Do not go above the temperatures mentioned. and one on each side. Zoologists say that the compound eye on top is so made as to be specially adapted for detaching moving objects; and this seems reasonable, as the bee has many enemies that fly above It. Our Dumb Animals. prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- CASTO -- Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S R 'A tim-berla- TOWN OWNS PINE FOREST By special arrangements we are now able to offer In Europe many towns own as a source of Income and In Switzerland C7 per cent of the forests are held under communal ownership by towns. From the income of a pine forest containing about 250 acres tho little town of Petersham, Mass., has entirely done away with pauperism within Its Jurisdiction. Tiio American Forestry Association suggests an extension of forest ownership among American towns as a source of municipal income. LORD SUCCEEDS DAAVES AS DIRECTOR OF RUUGET THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND THE REPUBLICAN Both ono jcar, by mail, fop only $5.75. ' t Chnmbcrlaln's Colic and Dlnrrlioca Remedy. ex-to- d. wln.-- i tho This medicine always good opinion If not the praise of those who use it. Try It when you m have need of such a remedy. WORLD'S RUBIEST CORNER Now York City spends $32,000 an- Washington July 1 Control of tho economy machine Government's changed hands today when Brig. Gen. Lord took tho place mado vacant by tho reslgnatldn of Hrig. Gen. Dawea, tho first director of tho Budget Bureau. General Dawes will return to tho banking business la Chicago, m This offer applies to renewals ns well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will dato from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. nt Russia has Invited E3thouia, Finland, Poland and Latvia to form a llttlo lcaguo of nations of their own. Following tho example set at Washington, tho bolshovlkl announce their Intention of trying to reach a disarmament agreement with their neigho o, RAKERS GO OX STRIKE bors. They say they are willing to include other countries. a Tho bread supply In Mexico City "Yes, sir" said Mr. Gallagher, "It was curtailed by a strike of bakers. Several shops resumed operation with was funny enough to make a donkey u workers under guard of laugh. I laughed till I cried." poltco rolnfofced by soldiers. Tho the TEMPLE OF SCIENCE strikers held a public demonstration, non'-unlo- nually to guard tho crossing at 42nd and Fifth Avo., supp6sedly tho busiest stroet crossing In tho' world. On pooplo an average about 30,000 cross tho streot at this place c'vory are reday. Fourteen policemen quired to see that pedestrians' got across tho street safely. SLAVS MAY FORM LEAGUE marching through the streets ing red flagB. Children Cry CASTORtA Washington will be the homo of a tcmule of selenoe which will etxt R will b put up by the "At Inst I've located one Qf those five-ceNational Academy of Sones nnd cigars." will h completed about 1921. The "Whoro'd you find It?" labil." great lobby of the propowd building "Hidden behind a will foature an actual demonstration Legion Weekly. nt Jt carry- of phenomena of nature which the clay are built into tho houses, will layman has hitherto bad to accept a smoke flue through the outer IL A soelostat telescope Mpst stoves havo three holes en on hearsay. mouated on the dome of the build- to hold the utensil for cooking rice, ing will throw a large Imago of the another for mixed food anil tho other sun on the white surface of A circu- for a kettle. Each, hole IssurroandL lar table in the rotundi. Hero visi- ed by a raised clay collar.' Tho qnkk tors will bo able to see the sunspots Intense heat of the burning straw in changing in number and form from absbrbed and concentrated aroanC day to day and moving across the the food by these collars. disk as the sun turns on its axis. Tho latest discoveries In the'math-ematlca- l, DENIES UKMOCUATHand biological ' physical RUNNING THEASURr bo shown In an exhibit sciences will That the treasury- department lc that will change with the progress of oclence. Tho celebrated exporl-mo- udder the Infliienco of Dem0crw5 """v nf Vmirmilt will be renoated I employees as alleged In a merosiMl . T. . . from the center oi xne root, no circulated among membdrs qf"'teM swings will mark an Invariable direc- gross was denied by Secretary MtlUm. tion In space, and the rotation of the who declared that tho doprtmaot u, m earth and building beneath It will be governed by Ronublloans. it plainly shown by the steady change- j clalnmi 'tha't 150 treasury euloluiiv. ware Democratic and that the I'.r.- In the direction pf the pendulum's elabj of durtnln depgrlini. swing ovor a divided arc. vrem uWder.tljo iBflu.6nclf of ph, TnmM ty.rbrnivssorath'fV'ro Pre ',' HOW CHINESE COOK on. Commlsaloni r W.itr . r t.u .K nor n? Coal. is eoarije in aajitrfil and sauth Umal rtveniii' say h no China so straw Is uied.for f'uL SmJl- - dtove 'he Deiiibcri'ill? i nip'.i clrcular stoves of brick, mortar and; bureau. '' - nt ..." Ji iu, -- A IJTks Hartford Republican PuMUhcd Weekly by pARTKOUD PRINTING COMPANY President Harding since March 1921, 000 scrvid In somo branch of tho .military service during tli war, accordlr? io r.n annnuncement o the Amerlcnr Lrclon. "Washington, D. cd by C. WASHINGTON COMMENT "Is this a prlvote folghr, or can anywan git In?" asked Pat. "Shure, It's anywan's folghtl Stan' by an' hit the first head ye seel" answered Mike. Don't be Incorporated W. 8. TINBLEY, Kdltor and Huttbuvs Munngcr. Any information concerning Gov- s There nre a lot of Demons who hover nround waiting to hit the first head they see. If it's n new head, nnd they can make it really gore, they are sure of a little advertising from hnvlng hit it. Let Eoms one start nn expedition 3?- Gillette, Wyo into Patagonia to find an "extinct" (animal and some S. P. C. A. person NOTICE TO 6UB6CIUBEHS A colored sergeant on his way up objects. Let some one propose the paper sent Hubscribers desiring tbo 'to a now address must glvo tbo old to tho front, met n dusky private Amalgamated Society of Short-Halcomlng awny from the same place ed Girls, or the League for Knee-wlt- h tddreas In making tbo request. -Business Locals and Notices 10c Length Dresses, and a reformer or much speed and oclat. ' for lino, and 8c per Hje for oacb mean, boy, runnln' away a barber will try to throw a monkey, "Wh' yo' Insertion. Obituaries, Resolution!) tnd Cards like- dat fo'?" demanded tho non- -. wrench Into the machinery! So it is only what Is to be expect- St Tbanks, lc per word, and 6c for com. ",.'' ach bead lino and slgnautro, money "Itnnnin' away? Who say runnln' cd, when the papers bogln-tgive la advance. halting, counts of surgery which is new, that demanded tho buck, Cbnrch Notices for services froo, "Ah ain't runnln' away. Nosnuh. ,'some "legislators" (heaven save the put otber advertisements, lc per iroTd. But Ah dono heard dem Germans mark!) begin to propose laws which will was.shootln' dumdum bullets an' Ah will make It illegal to do "gland sur- Anonymous communications receive no attention.- Ara- - geryl" wns ch.isln' ono fo' ovldenco." erican Legion Weekly. It is onlv what is expected when TELEPHONE some educator wU) .ought to knfw 69 Farmers Mutual FRANCE WON'T RATIFY M better than tn rnnclrtr ARMS PACT TILL FALL knowledge qualifies him to speak on I the "morals" of a question JULY 7 FRIDAY which is , Paris, July 4. Tho World cor- - not a matter of morals but of learned today on 'tho'clne, rushes, into print to lead into Given plenty of time and tho Irish highest authority that the Washing-- , the ten commandments a prohibition may outdo the Mexicans. What thoy ton Arms Conferenco Treaties will of the use of a part of on' man's aro doing to each other appears to bo not bo I "" w ratified by the French Parlia- body to repair another man's or ev closely akin to the "Greasers' " meth ment at this session. en tho use of an animal body to re, od. The breach Is that commissions pair a human frame! Sklu grafting, IV have not completed their reports on blood transfusion, bone transplanteojroniiia "Gene" Debs don't like the way tho the questions Involved, and as the ing, aro they, too, ns well at, gland Is managFederal Prison at Atlanta, Chambers desire to adjourn for the transplanting, "wrong," oh learned ed or the system in vogue there. summer vacation earlier than usual, doctor? conchanges There are quite a number of In order to begin the autumn sesIf you want a hsad hit in. this delie would make. We can seo where sion In October, when the budget lightful country of ours which it lio may be right, If we were sentenc- will he dealt with, there will be no truly delightful because it has so ed to be banged we would have tho time for discussion of the treaties. many kinds of people In it nil you hangman knot the rope nround eur Tho World correspondent under- have to do is start something new. hoofs Instead of our necks. stands that the Government intends You will find it no private fight; to ask for ratification of the treaties anyone who wauts a name in the BEST BY TEST' The Appellate Court In Its decision early In tbo autumn session. newspapers will use his inalienable rendered last week, holding the lato right of free speech to tell the world registration act unconstitutional renRESOLUTIONS what an atrocity you are to think dered a real service to the people, of Whereas the Grand Ruler of the that doing something which never Kentucky, In money saved and .trouUniverse in his Infinite wisdom has was done before can be anything else ble trvoided of almost Inestimable calle'd'from labor here on earth to rest but evil! BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Kome being sacked and burned, and TYPHOID FROM CHURCH SUPPER value, altbough expense to tho on High, our forty thousand little crossroads post- beloved brother, John (By I. D. Claire.) amount of $90,000 had already been H. Reynolds, who was born August offices may cost the Harding adminisAfter a supper given by the Graco There It some agitation in this Incurred, of which- - Ohio County will 17, 1888, died June 9, 1922, tration a congress. there land of ours regarding our histories. Lutheran church In Washington 44 be forced to pay its share. As between dodging automobiles, lore De it resolved in tne deatn or j The Knights of Columbus are busily guests were Btrlcken with typholi Among the feature article that will fever. According to Health Officer Reynolds this local Union j engaged in getting up a history, bill' collectors and iprobibit'on enBrother Japan's ratification of the acts of has lost a faithful worker; the famI - Which, presumably, will show this forcement officers life is just one appear in that Issue of the Republi- - Fowler, much of the food was pn-ca- n tbo recent Arms Conference and the ly a loving darn dodge after another. I am going to get out in next pared the previous day father; the wife a devot- and net kept naval treaty promulgated In Wash- ed husband nnd the community a use- country to the world as it annsara month the most prominent will be n on ice. Also two aDDarnntiv hr.iith through Catholic eyes. There are ington, materially reduces the space ful citizen. The chief office of a boy seems to biography of Battle Nail. typhoid carriers aided in tho prepara- some few misguided organizations In yellow sheets on the "Yellow ' Be it further resolved that this lo- - which claim that certain histories in be to ask embarrassing questions. Betlon of the supper. Ho suggested' Peril," In the, present and near-f- u , i cal r, Union extend to the bereaved c .....,.,.., in . m,i,. .. u , . ing in a philosophical mood the other TOBACCO BAN CANNOT . that handling food as little ns pot- u.. .i ture Issues. It seems that tne Na- - vwuuw uuu, tujjuieu jus , ..... .m., BE ENFORCED slble and with perfectly clean hands, biucere auu gouth." They, in turn, write their night, I undertook to impress on my lion so many thought of as bloodjown histories, and some odd state- - boy's mind tbe compensations of old sympathy. heartfelt ..! uee -'ntlftlr nrnnfirntlAH mm .. ui ice win in j.v. thirsty and eager for war is as much The Kansas state superintendent of B0 far i'iwF..iniiuu Be it further resolved that a copy ments meet the eye of the unbiased age; that it was a season of ripeness i toward preventing similar deslrious for peace as the rest of ue or and tranquility, wholly unknown to .instruction. Miss Lorraine cldents. these resolutions be sent to the ctmicnt wiion ti nin,tos tvm -- . nro. .. 1 the inexperience of youth, when ho Wooster, Issued a circular in which family, a copy be spread upon ourj m Some people have the Idea, K,., up and asked, "What was it the fox she stated that schools and colleges copy be sent theipuarently, book and a DEER LEAPS INTO CAR that history is a study ' The Rnilroad workmen who walk- permuting me ut,o oi touacco by United Mijie Workers Journal and which may be changed at will; that said about the grapes?" wa.Kt-CO. out Ol wf.r ju03 a ucer teachers and pupils would no longer a,g0 & j of jfi Blind d by tho hM'"-"- 18' it is possible by legislative enactment out otuWIc approval. We have yet paperfi for pubj,cat,on. the wjndshleld of ; Perhaps it is not so much a mat- be accredited. According to Attorney-G- plunged thr-t- J to admit this or take away that fact -. . . to see commendation 0 l&clr courjej R. J. Hopkins there Is- an sog driven by Carl Moberg near ter of ripening piety as it is literary eneral from a history! noted in any newspaper or journal M. W recently directed me to no legal authority to put this ruling Atlantic City Tho man and hla I " Hfstory. Is the chronicle of that interest that of A. into effect. coming to our hands. A call, tho wlfo both were cut by flying glass JESSE H. TORRENCE, which was. If a thing happened, it a reading of the Hebrew scriptures, late, was Issued to the strikers' head ajid kicked by the frenzied animal. many sections of which I find abGILBERT JOHNSTON, happened. If it didn't happen, It FIGHT AND WEEP OVER MAN ,v for a conference, and by him LSofil-e- d A P. HAMMONS. Saying that George sorbingly interesting. Now, who has didn't Happen, and unheeded, Wh.ere there was Committee. NOTICE Washington was an Eskimo wouldn't not heard the expression, "Hang him ' In Newark, N. J Mrs. Anna Capuc-ci- o, nn apparent ray of hope it ought to declaring rf that as high as Aman," and how many make him one; whose hubby, neighbors told the "liavo been followed to the last. The LOUISVILLE MARKETS All perbons having claims against pickett won or lost the battle of Get- have read the. story from which it Is police, had been seen in company sevI. --. act of refusal had a tendency to furseven Go read tho first the estate of W. F. Bean, deceased, or tysburg would neither add to nor de- taken? Mrs. Maria de Salvo, ther estrange public sentiment. When Cattle A moderate number arriv- tract from his true historical posi- chapters of Esther, and t It first eral times with Delila Bean, deceased, will present a revolver. of the strangest and Went after Mrs. Salvo with Board( sGBJe time ago, ed for the middle of the week trade. tion, same to mo as the undersigned hand. It is one thu Labor fl ' got her revolver, and the he most fascinating bits of tragedy In Mrs. Salvo irintlo art investigation and decided Demand was light in most directions Administrator of each of said estates, What we need in this country Is .two women, 15 feet apart, fired at or to Barnes & Smith. Attorneys at Best not more histories, but better histo- all literature. upon an increase in wages for the and little activity prevailed. each other. Neither shot "took" and Law, of prov-- . Hartford, Ky., prop-rl-- lricn who are now out on strike its handyweight butchers found a fair ries; not sectarian, biased, organizasuddenly both women dropped their en, on or before Aug. 1, 1922, or tho Yesterday was the Glorious Fourth, weapons and began weeping acts of course were "O. K." The outlet, with medium and common tion histories, but histories compiled At the be forever barred. Any same Railroads could not refuse to meet sort eIow and uneven. Undertone by hltorlans, which will tell the and everybody here-- took a holiday statlon-hous- o they wero held on person will indebted to either of tho tho demands. Tho sentiment of the about steady In the heavy steer divi- truth, and the use of which shall be except tbe beggars and tho bootleg- charges of assault with Intent to kill above uhtates, either by note or accountry would havo compelled their sion. Narrow call for stockers and mandatory in public schools benefit- gers. count, will plcao como forward and compliance. But it Is so different In feeders of all kinds, common kinds ting under federal aid. t A PRODIGIOUS PRODIGY AT 11 scttlo tho samo at once. "1 am tired of It all" remarked tho present case, at tho acts of tho being especially dull. Fair clearance, What we need in this country 51t4 This Juno 14, 1922. o Board, after making anoth- noted. Towner-Sterlin- g , bill to be passed, Buddy McFeag to me-- tho other day. the Having skipped grammar school U. H. CARSON, Admr., steers so we can have a Department of Edu- "I have lived too fast; exhausted tho and high school and already complet Quotations: Prime heavy er investigation into conditions deof VI F. Bean and Delila Boan, 8; heavy shipping steers $7 cation, with a Secretary in the Presi- novelties of life ere I baw Its meri- ed a collego courso, Miss RobJo Renvn, creed that a reduction in wages wan J7.50 Decca'tfd. cquitablo ami necessary. But In thla 07.50; medium to good steers $C dent's cabinet, and histories forour dian; let the sands run too quickly 'of Chicago, who Is only 11 years old, 4 .Protestant, thru my hourglass; I drank the milk will enter Columbia university liw latter case tho decision i3 nil wrong. 7; holfern $57.7D; fat cows $4,50, t schools, Catholic and "Do you ront out room's, Aunt Tho sauco that was onco'good for 5.50; medium to good cows 34.50, southern and nothern, eastern and and ate the honey of the land until, school next fall. $1.50 i tho gooso Ifj turned down cold by cutters $2.25(fi)3; canners truth, only like Soloman, all appearo vanity and western, which teach tho "Why no, WJUIo. What malm 2.25; bulls ?34.50; feeders $5.50 the trutVand nothing but the truth!' vexation of the spirit." 1 told Buddy tho gander. COMPLETE TICKET WIN . you ask?" 6.50; stockers I guess he was in a condition tho $36.25; milk IjEGION PARAGRAPHS "Pa wild you had rooms to rent in cows $2060. boyb call "burned out." ABILITY, NOT SEX, DECIDES Dak., tho fair sex In Dca Lacs, N. your uppor story." Calves Market steady. Best veals put a'co'mpleto ticket In tho political Plana aro being made to entertain $7 down; medium and common We nro lust now in tho midst of raco and beat tho men two to ono. "The time Is passed when one edu' NOTICE JN DANKRUrTCY more than 20,000 former members of calves, $204. Best calves' 20X) lbs., cation was given to boys ond another one of the blcgcst nud most deter- Tho town is now entirely run by wohistory of tho men. 'Their offices lncludo: Justice tho Eightieth (Bluo Rtrtijo) Division up, nro, Jiqt, bringing top prices. to glrlB," comments Miss Paula Lad" mined atrkcs Jn In tho District Court of tbo Unit-eot the. American Expeditionary Forco .Hogs, Demand active, with prices dey, prominent lawyer in Newark, N. country, and- - ii, la, a Atrlkp that jo go- of thfi peaco, marshal, clerk,' awesor, Top bogs J. "Men and women ore standing ing to win. , It is. th,o Grvt Amrtenn trtiete'ei nnd treasurer. At tho third annual reunion and con- 10c higher on all weights. States, for the Western District '' of Kentucky, tn tho Matter of Robert, vention at Charleston, W. Va'., Sept., 120 pounds up, brought 10.85; pigs shoulder to shoulder together In, tho Pqbllc, striking vHB:ilBt. tho atrlkon. Charleston, W. Va. . 120 pounds down, $9,50Mhr,pwouts, business and professional world, and COURT SUSTAINS VERDICT. . WllJIam Qultn,nberry, Bankrupt Jn ' Bankruptcy. t . , $8.35 down; stags $6,75 down. Wisdom in lending aid to tbo poor they nro building together moro and To the Creditors of Robert William Sheep and Lambs Demand brisk more, so now it is not a question of does not give, mpney,. which encourTho causo of stripes and Wonnds The New Jersey court of appeals on tho back'of Tornlo Plcrco, a of ages idleness, but opportunity, which Hustained' and ,priceb 507Gc higher. Bulk pf man or woman but a question $123,000 verdict Quisenbcrry, of Olaton, in the County tho world waT veteran o' Evan-vill- o, tho top lambs sold from $13, to ability." of France of Ohio, and district aforesaid, bankr makes for permanent Improvement awarded tho Republic of their condition. Indiana, is being Investigated $13.75, according to weight and quaagainst the Erie railroad. The suit rupt. by tho American Legion to determine lity; general top $13.50 down; sec- PLOWS OVER UNDERNotice is hereby given that on tbe grew out of the damage dono by an GROUND CAVERN 23rd day of June. A. D., 1922, tbo Only fools break known physical explosion to war munitions In 191C. whether thettv were inflicted while onds, $67; according to quality. ' said Quisenberry was duly adjudica-- , Plorco was; a patient in a hospital for One load of choice ewe and wetber and moral laws. Wise men know SIGNS WARRANT V1TH TEETH the. lnsano. Evansville, Ind. ted bankrupt, and that the first meetReturning from dinner W. A. that Nature can not be cheated. lambs at $14. The-- best fat light ing of creditors will be held at the sheep $6 down; heavy sheep, $3.50 Glalze, of Bland, Mo., found In the Signing a warrant with his teeth, law office of E. S.Howard In Hartford' thing Charles Ogle, Tho tlrs 4; bucks $2.503. field where he had been plowlngi a Most of tho states can claim the wounded world war veteran, who bad pit 150 feet in diameter, Thousands proud distinction Butter Eggs and Poultry. of excelling in John Uslie, of Washington, who lost Kentucky, on the 21st day of July, Buying prices net to shipper, the of tons of earth are still tumbling something, been in plaster cast in an Omaha, Here 1b Kentucky first both arms when he was 15 years old, A. D 1922, at 1 o'clock p. m., at caviNeb., hospital for many weeks, did shipper paying freight and drayage into the yawning funnel-shape- d In horses, New Jersey in mosqultos charged his business associate with which time tbe- said creditors may atty which Js filled with water, when the cast was removed wa to charges nrfc: and commuters, Michigan in flivvers, taking his money. He told the po- tend, prove their clafms, appoint a Eggs Candled 17018 cents doz. dictate a letter to the American LeMissouri in cob plp.es, Kansas in lice that his partner, refusing him trustee, examine the Bankrupt and gion Auxiliary, thanking the organiPoultry Hens 18c lb,; springers Mississippi in freak an accounting, turned him, out of the transact such other business as may Gr.ogan I hate t.o mention it, Mr.s, grasshoppers, zation for the kind treatment ct its 1 to 2 lbs. and over 35c. lb.; under Casey, tnit your husband owed me $10 senators, nnd Georgia in nigger burn- house and threw his clothes after properly come before said meeting. slewed by him. By .selling cat-d- s moinbers during hie confinement. 25c lb.; roosters 8o lb.; dux lie lb.; when he, died. er. Petition .filed Junev22nd.l 1922. Widow-T-Indee, geese 8c lb.; turkeys, Io. 1, 20c lb.; holding the pen between bis teeth Oraakn, Neb. Sure H'rf p'ce J. A. DEAN, " guineas '$3,70 'dozen. . . On littla tbipgu often hlngtho tldo Usllo sayu he averaged $25 a day, Referee in Bankruptcy. tor you to have something to rememmaking as high as $S0. Cackling Oweu.tibpro, Ky,, July Bth, J932. goeso saved some d Country Buttr Pound- 18o. . . Of tho 7,088 postmastors appolnt- of history. ber him by. ernment homesteads In "Wyoming will be furnished to members of the charge by Entered according to law at tho American Lesion free of Ky., as mail J. W. Dlihnncc, Box 295, Gll'itte, PMtofflce, Hartford, who baa taken Wyo.. nn Matter of tbo second class... a claim himself. Relinquishments to may bo had from $150 to $400 and Address all communications time spent In service counts. Republican. She Hartford and Pound Foolish Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. Penny Wise ' r- nl to Save on Bake Day There's Only One Way - J ?" USE ,w nt The Economy CALUMET RAKIMtl POWDER It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. You use less because it tains more than the ordi- nary leavening strength The World's Greatest Baking Powder fot---t- m 1 I iwi. I - .,v po Mr ": g-- y 1 seli-sam- Lh-zlo?- . to d, 2-- 4. If shell-shock- ed - d) T' I - rhyto Sallcl nt b11 dealors. "HOW MUCH DO STRIKES r JULY -- WxTlI IMt COST THE NATION? Mr. W. C. Richards, (Frog Hollow) Fordsvllle, was a pleasant callt-- at this office, Monday. Curloun I''lRure( Based on Drpartmcnt Of Labor Slatlctlcrt. (hires. MnlnriA, Chill, Fever Illlloiis I'Vvtr, Crtds mud 50(20t LnGrippr. Hunt-lngbur- V aaarosw THIS.'IS'TO'tfEMND YOU THAT ON g, Mr. Walter Norrlngton, of Indlani, was the "guest of friends In this city over the-fourt- Satinday, July 8i!i OUR- Miss Albertine Gaddls, tit Owens-borIs visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. L. Ashley and Mr. Ashley, city. She will also visit relatives in McHenry, before returning home. o, Sale Big July Mill-En- d Will Start and Continue TFhroughout July. A general reduction of all merchandise will "bef given, of yards of seasonable goods have been purchased for our BIG SALE. Owing to market conditions, and a general upward tendency in both cotton and woolen piece goods, we would advise that you seeus, anticipate your needs, and buy iliberally. besides-thousands Misses Annetta Mac and Virginia Held, who have been .the guests of their aunt, Mrs. R. H. Gillespie and family, returned to their home in Rockport Wednesday. Mrs. J. C Westerfield, Hartford Route 6, Mrs. Tlommlo Helton, and little son, Ermel, of Sunnydale, were guests of Jndgc and Mrs. "J. D. clfy, Wednesday. Hol-broo- k, STRAYED Light Jersey Milch Cow, 7 years old, crunrpled horns, one d. hip enlarged. Deen gone 3 weeks. Re-war- REUBEN PHEGLEY, Simmons. Mr. John Allen Wilson, who is w'lth tho I. C. II. R. Co., in Memphis, Tenn., spent Monday and Tuesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jnt). U. Wilson, city. ed Lltllo Miss Emily "Fair Riley, city, left. BnntfaymDrnlngfor Chicago, 111., where shew'lll mako an extended visit to her aunt, Mrs. Emma Fair Thomas, and daughter, "MIcTKvelyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Tichenor, danglHor Miss Eldlse, and son, Stafford, oI Glasgow, Ky wre the week end guests of Mrs. Tiehenor's father, Judge J. D. Holbrcok and Mrs. ttolbritok cilry Rettiember the date, Saturday, July 8th. Cpme and meet your friends. Our-Bi- g July Poster will reach you by mail Mr. Harbour Williams, Sutuluy morning for Milwaukee, Wis., where 4ie 'entered the Milwaukee OLATON school for engineering- - He w'as ac- 'xjoinpaTiied by Ms mother, Mrs. James Mr. A. W. May was in TordB-vlll- e til. 'Williams. Saturday, to se His 'mother, Who is trery 111. Meesrs. Clarence Wtiters, Curtis Mr. Tom Danldl went to 'Narrows 3Je(fBJrs. MiwHrr'MhbeL strikes!1 It might he an economic measure to spend a part of it for accurate statistics uf strike costs to tho counry; a little education on what It really costb tn stop work might make 'peo-pie less willing to Indulge h), or city, lelt cause, strikes. Washington, July 6. Statistics Is. sued by the Department of Labor show that strikfs in this country average more than 3,300 per year. It Is not contended by tho department that Its figures are accurate, since they depend upon newspaper and trade paper reports for the most part, but that they are under, rather than overstatements. It is Impossible truthfully to estimate the average cost of a strike since they vary so in duration, number of workmen affected and economic loss through whatever Industry Is wholly or partially shut down. But if the most conservative, possible etl-i- ii ate be adopted, and It is considered that the average strike affecto 100 workmen, and that the average strike lasts 10 days, the total arrived at Is 3,300,000 working days lost per year If the average cost to caoh workman Is $5 per day and the average loss to each industry does not exceed three times the loss to the workmen, then strikes cost this country somo $0G- ,000,000 a year. It Is not believed that these figures are anything but suggestive. Tho average strike undoubtedly affects tboubands, rather than hundreds, and for many more than ten days; few union laborers receive as little as $5 a day, and, of course, tho industry affected snffers out of all proportion to the workmen. But.itJs pointed ont at the Cajiitdl if it were true that only $66,000,000 were waster, bystrBres every year, that $6E,000,000 spent in proper channels on arbitration would undoubtedly stop most If not all the "Everfast" colors last as l6ng as the cloth itself AT laat you can hnve lor your-X- X self and your children wash blouses, suits and dresses thnt will not fade, no matter how they aro washed nnd "worn. Wo unreservedly guarantee thnf'Everfwd" Suiting ie absolutely FAST TO SOAP AND ROIUUQ FAST TO SUN AND WEAT1IEB AND FAST TO PERSPIRATION VltlO ACID FAST TO EVEEYTHINa IT BLOUSE OK SUIT FABRIC. AS A VRESH, .THE GARMENT. fully return your money not only for every yard of "Evafast" Suiting which, for any reason, docs not hold its color, but also TILE COST OF MAKING iiO Wo will promptly and cheer- "Everfmt" Suiting has been rubbed nnd scrubbed with tho strongest kinds of laundry soap, boiled in washing soda, and exposed for weeks to sun, wind, rain and salt air without losing color fn tho slightest 'degree. "Everlat" Suiting i3 piece-dye- d by a special process. It is ono yard wide mercerized nnd comes In nil popular colors. The nnmo "Everfast" is stamped every yard in tho selvage. Next time yon are in tho picco goods department, nsk for a sample swatch of "Everfmt" Take it home, test it in nr.y way you like and prove to yourself that hero at la3t is an absolutely JaeUcolor wash fabric SffiS a ll Everfast Suiting MtF.cco.iiro WA1H -- Popular Shade FAIMC yard vclilc, c the yard m i I' t Carson & Co. Hartford, Kentucky. T I Mr. and Mrs. E "W. Duncan Trad JHPtorejliverttc this cjty, and spent Jittle daughter, of Lnwlsburg, are :the fourth .with the Misses Ashley6 tMrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. "C. re.nts,3lr. ami Mrs. Elmore Ashley. '31 Danlil. Phyto Sallcl curs:.Rhoumatlsm. COOLSPRINGS der Is still standing over the' mock Republican 3Ir. VW. A. Daniel Js.ut home, after grave. HRrtfo: Mr. and Mrs. Coleman" Edwin Wil- several days visit at T)undee and MIss Virginia Lanterwasser is the Miss Sina Jarnigan, of Cromwell, jux-zrr. xGuest of Miss Annettaae.Reid, of son anfl cbildrcn, Floyd and Heln, liswishurg. CAKE CO YEARS OLD was 'the guest of Miss Emma Scales, ! k of Matoon, 111., spent from Saturday iMrs. Chester Somils and children, from Friday until Tuesday. (Rockport. Wntincsday in tHs city, the of Simmons, are vWlting Mrs. "Sor-- I until A chef in a Chicago cafe has a cake Mr. and Mrs. Dlna Cox and dauch- Wagon, Siujsts of Mr. 'Wilson's sister, Mm Tels' mother, Mrs. "Wm. Keith, this . ter( ot Parddise, were the guests of 50 years old. It was baked in 1872 , FOR SALE One-hor- e Owen 'Brown end Mr. "Brown. "WfUk. tthplr .rtmiehter nnd Klster. Mrs. Ira for the wedding of his parents and .Qood as new. 1Mt.T.W. Daniel JCft "Monday 'f or H,ne3i Saturday and "Sunday. was refrosted a few days ago for their E. E. BIRKHEAD.HBartford. 10 cents. air. .anil "Mrs. Ut'hn CooS, of Hen-- J a fW days visit in Heaver Dam and ' Miss Elma Herald of Louisville, golden wedding anniversary. LITTJLjE PERKINS 5cts. . Mr. Udemah Rhoads, "Hartford, R. dersan; nttlved 'in" Hartford Sunday, Central '.City. visited friends and relatives here last opera Mjs. Y. L. Mo'oley of Hartford, week. ' T.bje Best Stands. F. D. No. 2, spent the wefck.Knd with where Mr. Cook 1b a regular .Dpctbr You must take a complete At tor at tholfcical depot. Mr. and1 Mrs. who has 'hen visiting lher 'daughter. Mr.- - Robert Hlmes. Several from this place attended rest. By the way, what's your ocCook have taken rooms in the home Mrs. Ray (look, for tho past week, re- the ginglng Convention .at Hartford cupation? of Mrs. Minnie. Wedding, on North turned home Monday. Patient I'm an anarchist. the fourth. Ir. J. P. Wjllace, Beaver Dam, Clay street. Drilling is well under way, on the PERSONAJi&WS Doctor Woll, don't throw any Mr. and Mrs. Dan Leisure are the Route 3, was an appreciate caller oil well, South of town. parents of a little girl, bdrn Satur- more bombs for a month at least. EVENTS at this, office Thursday. AND city, ".ho Mr. Chester "Leacb, Mr. Arvln JamiEon, who has been day. London 'Punch. an itiperatlon In a 'Kansas wtrfkri'iortthe I. C. lidilroad nt Cen. and T. Mr. O. E. Scott Phyto Sallcl feodr. builder. Miss. Minnie Gentry of Narwvs," Is City hospltul, some lime ago, and tral City, Is at home, on account of C. Dennis and family and Mrs. Agnes Strang-orAro the waiters here tho guest of her cousin, Mxs.L. C. has since bgen miDer treatment the strike of the R. R. shopmen. Tate ahd Mrs Lizzie Brown, attended attentive to you, miss? Phyto Sallcl Blood, Purifier. Acton, and Mr. Acton, city. 1s repicted as doing veil. It there. of Dundee, was the burial of Mrs. Maud Cooper at Mr. Will Pretty Cashiei- - Slr-r-Is not taiown (definitely as to when in town this week. Stranger Oh, no offense, miss Green River church last Tuesday. Dr. A. B. Riley, cH. spent' Wednes- - j Miss Lure no Collins of Greenyjlle, he will return. Mr. Lewis IMartin left Tuesday for 1 was Master Hugh L. Sandefur has been no .offense, I assuro you. ,i.n Qwensboro. was the gsvfcst over the 4th, of her ,'day and yesterday y asLonlsvlllB, Where, he has a merely carrying out the Instructions seriously ill with tonsllltls. parents, Mj. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, )ft. Ashby, Mr. Churles signment In the Railway Mail Service. 'Mrs. Ida Brown of McHenry is the printed on tho bill of fare: "Please TOR SALE Two good milk cows, city. who was assigned to theSocal C. D. Bean, of Sulphur Springs, gut" st of her sister, Mrs. Nora Fulton, rqport any inattention ot waiters to J. WALTER ALLEN. twjyi calves. depot as operator, in 'the vacancy wns In town Wenday. thbi week. the cashier." I thought If they wera Little Mhis.,Mary Louise Helton tflf of Mrs. Berta TeUigo, who went from Quito a crowd went to flulp'hur Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hedger and inattentive to you I would report Is Suunydnle, vficnt Tuesday and Wed- here to Sehree, has recently gone to Mrs. J. A. Duff p.t JJumlee, Springs, the fourth. children attended the burial of Mrs. them, that's all. Boston Transcript. in Da.won nesday with :fter little cousin, Rttljy Moorman, where he is cmployd in flpeudlng two weeks Mr. Fred Cununlnga and Leslie Hedger's niece, Mrs. Byron Heflin, Gordon Wetrtytfleld, city. I the depot at lhatiilaco. Young of Yeaman, wcro in towii! Wed ot Williams Mines Sunday. NKGRO FINDS MONEY nesday, buying stock. r . Mr.-.LMr. Edward 'Jilkeno, of WashingT. Barnard, Centertown.'flL Andrew Messrs. Goehel Shultz and Deputy Sheriff Mldklff was In town COTTON EXCHANGE CONVICTED A 'Washington negro returned a P. D. ,fo. 2, was a caller at this .of- ton, D.' C. is tkv ,gucst of his uncle, Webb, of Smiths Grove, Ky., wcro Wednesday. wallet; containing nearly $4,000 Mr. M. T. Llkew, Mrs, Likens and the week-en- d fice while In town yesterday. guests of Mr. Shultz'fl Mr. A. W. May lp in Hartford this The American Cotton Exchange which was lost by a runner of the Uftber relatives lu this pity. parents. Prof .and Mnj. Oznn Shultz,' wock, dplng Grand Jury service. was convicted by a New York Jury American National bank and which Mr., (jud .Mrs. Claud Webb, Hnrt-'for- d near town. They were accompanied! on a charge of bucketing orders. The he found. Tho tinder was asked by G. fiaira or the homo hy kMr and Mrs, E. RoutiJS, are the proud parents CERALVO. r. Junior Shultz vtho will maximum sentence which can be im the 'bank officials, to report and ro-Shtakle Chapel neighborhood werevjejt;tj,e Mammoth Cvn. of a baby girl, born last Friday.' posed on a corporation in New York celve-thf 200 roward offered. the j guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. o Mrtf. P. Jones lu vlsllng her wiater, for tho flret .of tense is, a $5,00Q tine. . Ex- - Mrs. Tom Mullon, of '. MIhb Erma garter, of Chfcfl&p, 111. kTJebvpor, noar tows, Sunday. Messrs. Herman Jackson, WILIj MAKE WORLD LAUGH Officers nnd other members ot the is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Sheriff; Jet W. Hlnes, County Clerk Miss Atom Wood and Mary Ethel exchange were indicted also. Maggie of BUtlor County and J. A. Hlnes, of Everley, who had been' in school ftt MIssob Mary ,Ellcn,md Mrs. A. A'. 6fter, Hartford R, J?. Laying. all trouble in the world to ve been" the Morganiown, were in Hartford : Brown,.,of Idyermore,, o p. i, Bowling Green during tho pjujMeu COMBAT th.o fact ,tha( nations have not yet County Clerk Hlneo brought bipntha, Have returned homo. 't guests,f thfllr.ajinf, Mrs., Ellis FosMOVEMENTS learned, tto UuBht,wlth each other, in " Mr." J. B. Hendricks; of Neb6, Ky., ter nnd M?.,Ii,03(tjqrthl('.,wiwk. the 1922, Butler County tax bills to ' Mrt Owen Jonea is visiting her Mrs, Ada L. frisson, English, lecturihe Republican office "to have them sister,' in Indiana. Immigration restrictions and al- er and authoress,-whos"'tWt last week in this city, the gup pen nauw Ih city, bound in 'book form. ' Mr. Cecil Tulkerson "of NeJison, vis leged discriminations against Jews tMr'.'una'iMrs.'.HIntoiKLea.ch, of iira! Lydla 'Potior and Miss Stdl" Ada Ward, camo.to this country oc upont tho fourth In Central City, the ited his parents, Mr. and Mrtf. T. P. In colleeeo and universities' were a "mission" to teach us how .to ;W.Httms, guests of Mrs.' Leach's paretic, Mr. condemned in resolutions passed at laugh. Her maxim is "Look up Little Miss Mary Virginia Elgin, R. Fulkorson last Thursday. ' F. D., 2,' Montgomery, Ala., who has ' and the annual convention, ot the Inde Cheer up Buck up." Mr. and Mrs. Perry flyers Mrs,. Jenhio Miller who has been tied Mrs.. James Caskey Bennell. visiting Jier daughtef,..MiBB Helena, tbeeh visiting her grandparents, Rev children of B'evler. hnvs been the pendent Order B'rith Abraham held Mr.Tony Johnson left Wednesday and Mr8i v. Elfeln. Adairville. for the guests of Mr. flyers' aunt, Mrs. C. P. at Atlantic City. A committee, to As a pleasant-face- d woman .passed of Slick, pkld., has returned to her for Louisville, fter spending a fcw paBt y,,, wju arrive In this city this Morris, (or several days. be known as the Jewish' rights and fco corner Jones'-touchehis hat to home herq. days In this city, the guest ot hU afternoon to spend a week with her welfare comraitteet was created to her ahd remarked feelingly to his Mr. Earl Carter Is quite sick. companion: "Ah my boy, I aowo. a movements. Cal. P. Misses Ora and Cora Everley were fight Mies' Emiiie Bell, of Buford will parents, Mr. and lira. John A. Jobo grandfather, Ky., son. " great deal' to that woman." Keown and other relatives. the guests Sunday of Misses Mary leave Sunday for Lewisburg, CONVICTED FOR FAKB DEATH and" Grace Staples, of Nelson. "Your mother?" was the query. whore he will Jte engaged lp teachMiss Sallye Harris Bean, w.ho "No, my landlady." Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barnhill, Mr. Elwood, the little son ot Mr. and ing school, has been visiting friends and rela- and Mrs. L. T. Riley, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Will Cundiff, is quite sick. A penitentiary sentence was passed Comedian Poor old Harry got the of Nashjrllle, tives in this city for the past two J. B. Tappan, Misses Thelma Bendaughter, on B. J. uoenrain, oi rexas, lor Mrs. P. L. Wood and Mrs. Fannie Shaver, company bird properly last night. They hisTonn., Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. weeks, has returned to her home In nett, Leila Glenn, Anna Rhea Car- Miss Ama, spent last Tuesday with swindling a life insuranco "of Kronos, who is out ot $5,000 by pretending to die sed him right off the stage. 'Thea Miss Sadfe LoulBvllle. son, Martha Pate, Mlldnin Steven- Mr. Ed Hunter, Lydla Potter and sister, and then moving with his family to I came on. .The. audience quieted very ill. son, city; Margaret' Williamson, jvilllams, city. y county. After a former down and listened to mjJ first numMr. Robert-SidneWalker, who is Child-er- a another RobMessrs. James Glenn, Messrs. John Coleman.'Ree and Shull; Misses Sallle Cole citizen reported having seen Cochraln ber with every attention. Then, just fM nnhnrt Guthrie, of FordBvllle, employed In Mallory, W. Va., nrriv- - ert Sidney Walker, Edward Duke, Stum attended the Ice tho sheriff opened the grave and as I was giWng 'em my nutter, blow-e- d 'is vtoitinE his brother, Allen Guthrie ed In Hartford Monday to spend ten Virgil Crowe, Raymond Felix, Curtis man and if they didn't start hissing old Maple andVowell Tichenor spent' the 'cream' supper, here lwf "Saturday found tho coffin- filled with rocks. A by a fraternal or- - Harry again. monument-erecte'R, p. Walker, night. fourth at Sulphur Springs. ,. 'WlnofHrff" P "vls-IJl- ng MyrtIe .vhley. cof Evaxsvllle, Pauline and Saturday. Ind-- , , Jhe -- SMOKE ELERBO JSIAL " and-famil- - r! 15-da- -- .i. " '' Wed-n'eWda- y., Aim-BEMITf- e, -- ff, anti-semlt- lc n; - X In tho hands or tlio Sheriff to bo col- lected In thesmne manner and County tnxes. AMtnc-sour hands, this 1922. n.i Hlatc Juit Si. 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: HOAItn OP DRAINAGE COMMIS 8IONERS OP OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY. By S. T. HARNETT, President. DIS-- , A CASH OFFER ( McUOWELL A. FOQLE, Sec'y. Standard Oil Products because of their uniform Crown Gasoline, Polarine and other ! Vol If fr!f W1fJ oil Vjk 1 M I I Attest: ALLISON 1IAVNES DRAINAGE TRICT At n meeting of tho Board of Dralnnge Commissioners of Ohio County, Kentucky, held In Hartford, Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at! 10 o'clock n. ni with nil members present, It wne ordered Hint an assessment or tax of FIVE (5) PER CENTUM, based upon the original ns- -' of said sessment for construction ditch, be made nnd levied against the lands nnd landowners located within the ALLISON HAYNES. ET AL., Drainage District In Ohio County, Kentucky. Said assessment or tnx hereby levied is for the purpose of cleaning out, repairing nnd maintain ing said ditch and for the payment or any other legltlmntc expenses incurred. The tax list 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 nre 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 tnxes. Witness our hands, this Juno 21, 1922. nOAIlD OF DRAINAGE COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, . KENTUCKY. By S. T. BARNETT, President. 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 $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. the departed find so little to do in a better world, or nre so loosely guarded In the worser world that they come back to some dismal caterwauling in this world. City Stnr In nnclont Kansas times the people In the Mediterranean countries worshiped horses as sacred. Henry Ford would have been burnt for n heretic. wsaawrriniMiKjum Succeed wtoen everything else fails. In nervous r"ost:ruio9 cad female eaknessc ihey ore the suprcin-tsmed- y, m thousands have testified. liters inuubkb ectrsc J j FOR KIUNCY.L.VERANO it J Rjmbo ACTON BROS., INCORPORATED corl SON, I ' j When this tube Is the Eustachian Tube. Inflame J sou liae a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is tbe result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearlnc Many cases of will be destroyed foreier. deafness are caused by catarrh, which la an Inflamed condition of the mucous surHaifa Catarrh Medicine act thru faces. the blood on the mucous surfaces of the We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot Cirbe cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. ' cular tree. All Driifrjsts. 75c. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Toledo, O. 8) stem Brooklyn Eagle At Grenoble, France. King Gustav of Sweden is Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured hit and badly hurt by the motorcar ty local applications, aa they cannot reach We'll tell the tbe diseased portion of In ear. There la of a Geneva banker. snly one way to cure catarrhal drarmss, world one thing about the automo- -' anil that la by a conatltutlonal remedy. an Catarrhal Deafness la caused by lltilnp In- - bile: It Is no respector of persons fl9fn-.- 1 nf rnnriltlnn nf Ih, tniirnm "Men," she declared contemptuous-lyself-contr- Mcdowell a. fogle, Stc'y. Is- - MiwiiiMun the bttt medicine esr.r told over a druggis '3 counter. . ; , I Every Woman Wants ' IV "are absolutely lacking In judgment, and good taste " "Possibly, my dear," be responded; "but just think bow many old maids there would be if they were not!" London Tit-Bits. H9 SklJ JMPssHTJII'.'l FOR PERSONAL HVfilFNF. - Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Hartford, Beaver Dam, and Vicinity Hartford, Ky. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McHcn- ry, Ky. O. P. PHELPS, Mcllenry, Ky. RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky. NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS DIRECTORY Ohio County Hat Dincfrcd in water for douchet top pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, oro throat and sore eye Economical. Toledo Blade Jazz Is still In Its m infancy says a composed. If that is CIRCUIT COURT so, geewhilllkens! V.'lut will it be Meets first Mondny in March, May when it begins cutting teeth' 4 I and July; third Monday in September m m WjiMiirgton Post"-U- r Doyle says' 1 and fourth Monday In November: that of course there J?..no. death in utlgc George 3. Wilson, Owsnsboro r!ki the spirit world. But what wo uCom'th Attorney Glover II. Cary, .iHr saT "anxious to una out is 11 there are 7wa Crown Gasoline Dealers " auy taxes there. " Clerk Frank Black. . HARTFORD MOTOR CO Hartford, P. A. SWAIN, Prentiss, Ky. B. H. Ellis. Master Commissioner S. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. Ky. Pittsburg Gazette-Time- s A valve-les- s, Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. ! JF I C. T. S. OVERTON, Centertown, Ky. JOE J. SHULTZ, Wy.soY, Ky. gearless automobile engirfe has COUNTY COURT W-- 7jl. v-- FRANK EVERLY, Centertown, Ky. ARTHUR T. 1LER, Rockport, Ky. been invented abroad. If they add Convenes first Monday In each Z ""aT ' gasless. stopless and troubleless they month: Polarine Dealers Y will have something worth while. Judge R. R. Wedding. P. DAUGHERTY, Bnizetown, BEAVER DAM COAX. CO., Taj lor R County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. JE- L- jL PL:1J Mines, Ky. Ky. Lima News If this coal strike con. Clerk Guy Ranney. AS- Jt AL CENTERTOWN, LIGHT CO., Center INDUSTRIAL tinues, the man with money to burn A Safe Old Fashioned Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: SOCIATION, McHenry, Ky. town, Ky. will need it next winter. Mack Cook, Iris Render, Georgo. Remedy for Worms I P. Jones. Seventy. OTearcontin. Chicago Blade ;Normal times: Nat Hudson. Jailer uou uso ia tho best testimonial FREY'S VERMIFUGE Those in which people don't talk QUARTERLY COURT can offer you. Convenes first Monday In each month. about tho times. Keep a bottle always on j FISCAL COURT hand. It will help keep S3 the little one healthy Harrisburg Patriot Every two Convenes Tuesday after first Mon(f5D and happy. minutes a divorce suit Is filed In this day In Ja'nuary; first Tuesday In 30cabottleatyouidnjfgi.tor 10 o'clock, a. m with all members country. Proving that one Is born April and October, R. R. Wedding ccnersl store: or if your Jester DRAINAGE TAX NOTICES present, It was ordered that an as- every minute. can't supplyyou.sendhisname County Judge, presiding. aad 30c in stamps and we'll whom payment may be made on or sessment or tax of FIVE (5) PER send you a Lotile promptly. P. McCoy. Hartford 1st District J. before Monday, July 24, 1922, with- CENTUM, based upon the original T C. KNOTT DRAINAGE W. rm, Elites, m. m Columbia Record The best laws 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towout additional cost. If said assess assessment for construction of said J meeting of the Board of ments are not paid within the time ' ditch, be made and levied against the are those that run between the exAt a Drainage Commissioners of Ohio above specified, same will be placed lands and landowners located within tremes of blue laws and red laws. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons County, Kentucky, held in Hartford, in the hands of the Sheriff to be. the L. M. WARD ET AL.. DRAIN Ith District J. R. Murphy, Fords- in Ohio County, Ky., on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at collected In the same manner as State AGE DISTRICT vllle. Atchison Globe In a country Kentucky. and County taxes. Said assessment or tax 10 o'clock, a. m , with all members WILL Witness our hands this June 21, nereoy levied is ior me purpose 01 town we men never think well of a nth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hnrt- present, it was orde"yd that an ascleaning out, repairing and maintain- - man who rt,fer3 to a vet as a walst. 1922. TAKE OUR sessment or tax of TEN (10) PER ford, R. F. D. No. 4. COMMISnig sum until ana lur me payment coat. CENTUM, based upon tho original as- BOARD OF DRAINAGE Cth District Mack Martin, Narrows, SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, of any other legitimate expenses insessment for construction of said R. F. D .No. 2. KENTUCKY. curred. ditch, bo made and levied against the By S. T. BARNETT, President. Life A telegram in Russia costs 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bea-vo- r lands and landowners located withThe tax list iyid assessment roll A Treatment Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. in tho W. C. KNOTT, ET AL., Attest: have ben placed in the "hands of the 50,000 rubles a word. But look at Mcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. County Treasurer, C. O. Hunter, to some of the words you can send. DRAINAGE DISTRICT In Ohio CounLSIbbbbMvbb, y7rri for WEAK BOARD OK EDUCATION ty, Kentucky. Said assessment or whom payment may bo made on or Superintendent Mrs. I, 3. Mason. tax hereby levied is for tho purpose M. S aiCHENOR DRAINAGE DIS- before Monday, July 24, 1922, withLUNGS 01 Convenes First Monday in every President Detroit Free Press out additional cost. If said assess- of cleaning out, repairing and mainTRICT taining said ditch and for tho payof ments are not paid within the time Harding's account CONSUMPTION At a meeting of the Board to tho Scunto month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, ment of any other legitimate expenses Drainage Commissioners of Ohio above specified, same will be Placed' shows that the arms conference cost and Secretary-Treasurer. m l a AMt County Kentucky, held in Hartford, In 4 1 A H n H f n A 4 I v Is n a. t incurred. best cash Invest R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A quick relief ' The "' roil Ky on Thursday, June 1, 1922, at lected in the same manner as State' The tax list and assessment for (bat tired, rundown feellne, It. F. D. No. 0. ment tho United States has made couchj, pain la chest, nishl sweats, bemoi have been placed in the hands of tho 10 o'clock a. m., with all members and County taxes. W. R. Carson, VIco Chairman, Hart- thjuei, weak lunsi or contumpllon. It II dots County Treasurer, 0. O. Hunter, to present, it was ordered that an asWitness our hands, this June 21, since the Louisiana purchase. Dot help you it costs you oolbisj. m whom payment may bo mado on or sessment or tax or EIGHT (8) PER 1922. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. beforo Monday, July 24, 1922, with- CENTUM, based upon the original as- BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISlock dox eto Perhaps modern Nat Llndloy, Contortown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Boston Herald colOmbur a out additional cost. If said assess- sessment for construction ot said SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, dancing in called dancing' for tho Otis Stovcns, Beavor Dam. ments aro not paid within tho time (1 tell, be made and levied against the KENTUCKY. nbovo tip.cifled, 01110 will be placed lands and landowners located withsame reason that modern dnnco music Claud Ronfrow, Dundee. By S. T. BARNETT, President. In tho hands of the Shorlff to bo col- in the M. F. T1CHENOR, ET AL., Attest: ExninlnutloiiN. Is called music. lected in tho t;nmo manner as State DRAINAGE DISTRICT in Ohio CounMcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. For Common School Dlplonms USELIY-VER-LA- X ty, Kentucky. and County taxes. Said atsessment or Sioux City Journal Tho purchas- Fourth Friday and Saturday In JanWitness our hands, this June 21, tax hereby levied Is for the purpose A. BARNES DRAINAGE DIS- - ing powor ot Europe must bo restor- uary, nnd Second Frldnv nnd Satur1922 of cleaning out, repairing and mainTRICT BOARD OF DItAlNAGE COMMIStaining said ditch and for the payed, of course, and tho quickest nnd day In May. To bo held ia Fords-vlllfa.vM.Bsaa SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, ment of any other legitimate expenses Beaver Dam nnd Hartford. surest way for Europo to reutoro it At n meeting of the Board of KENTUCKY. Incurred. For Teacher' Certlllcntes Third ot Ohio is for people over thoro to quit hatBy S. T. BAUNETT, President. The tax list and assessment roll Drainage Commissioners Attest: have been placed In the hands of the County.Kentucky, held in Hartford, ing each other and get busy. Tho Friday nnd Saturday In May, Juno Except notlco Is County Troasurer, C. O. Hunter, to Ky., o Thursday, June 1, 1922, at trouble with Europe Is that It Is look nnd September. Mcdowell a. fogle, sec'y. whom payment may be mado on or 10 o'ciock, a. 111., with all members ing for a sign and demanding n mlr given to tho contrary the latter ex R. B. MARTIN DRAINAGE BIS. before Monday, July 24. 1922, with-- I iifACont It ivna nrilorail flint n only solution for aminations will be held in Hartford. wllere38 TIUCT out additional cost. If said assess- - sessment or tnx of FIVE (5) PER nc,e' OTHER OFFICERS l. problem Is work and ts At n meeting of the Board of in outs are not paid within the tlmo CENTUM, based upon the original ' It. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner Drainage Commissioners of Ohio above specified, same will bo placed sossment for construction of said Fcciirfght all tho tlmo. Don't lay cfl COUNTY, Kentucky, held In Hart In the hnndls of the Shorlff to he col- ditch, he made and levied against the Fordsvlllo. jfew York Mnll There are three irom wotk ior uayts oy inKing caiomot ford, Ky on Thursday. June 1, 1922, lected in the sue m manner as State lands and landowners located within Moxloy, Fordsvlllo trentlntr when pleasant Liv- - Ver-iu- x Iceepa yov the G. A. Banns, ET AL., DRAIN-- , aS L0f "", n" The first is Survrjnr C. S. ut 10 o'clock, a 111., with nil mem- and County taxes. Jones, White on your feet, whilorelievingyour troub bers present, it was ordered that an1 Witness our hands, this Juno 21, AGE DISTRICT In Ohio County. Ky.!the French way. The socond is the Representative Ira Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't Run. nssesmont or tax of TEN (10) PER Said assessment or tax hereby levi- -' British wny. And the third Is the take nnything else. You can't afford CENTUM, based upon the original! BOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMIS- ed is for the purpose of cloaniii out, 'American way. The HARTFORD manifesto it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bya ot suld' iibttesemout for construction muI mnlutalnlnx said dltr.h BUQa SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, tern nnd relieves constlnnUon. by Prime Minister Polnnri Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. A nnt ditch, be made nnd levied against the end for the payuuut of any other leg- -. B,10W8 KENTUCKY. ural remedy, natural In its actions, eur tnat th Anwlonn idea la win- - Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. ittmute (xpemu ii.curred. By S. T. Barnett, Prosldont. tanus ami inniiuwuvr locmeu wiiniu in its effect nnd certain in results. It Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. Tlio tax list and aaaetament roll n,11b'- the R. B. MARTIN. KT AL . DKAIX- - Attest: won't bo long beforo Aid. VcLax will AC.K DISTRICT ill Ohio Countv. Km- ROCKPORT have boii placed In tho hands of thai completely displaco calomel in ever Mcdowell a. FOGLE, Seo'y. &ul,l atteAtniam nv ittv hsvA. 4imLv County Trossurer. C. O. Huntsr, to home. Children can take it freely ana National Trlhun--- A whole world notion u. ureen, Jiiuge. by lovied is far the purpose of clean- - L. M. WARD DKAIXAGH DISTRICT whom puyuient may b made or with perfect bafety. Every bottlo juat. Hlorv nm(ari.i ha,i l " im Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. ing out. rilrJns and maintaining At a meetlnu of tha Board antced. 60c and $1 in bottles. Non of balore Monday, July 24. 1932. vith.?r f00," when people Coopar, Chairman. Jwnkod quit believing in Edd enid dlteh and for the jwyniMit ot any Drainage CommiawlonBrs genuine without tho likeness and skrotv of Ohio out additional oot. If said aetata- ottmr legitimate .xpanw: ineurrd. euro ot L. K, Grittsby. For salo by W. II. Blaokburn, Clark. County, Kentucky, held In Hartford, npiits are not paid within the tlno sliosU. Sir Conan Doyla will hnve The tax list and anaeniueut roll Ky., ou Thursday, June 1, 1922, at above specified, same will Lj placed a bard time in getting believers that Stilll Mason, Treasurer. Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Benicr Dam, Ky. R. I. SWAI.V, Iiockport, Ky. HICKS & BURGHER, Echols, Ky. IIALLIF ELLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. I J. F. CASEBIER & Bcmcr 5rai.Fr... cleannna Slid irrmidJsl tiJui,y 50c. alt HT,,gUtt. or io.r.4 pnwrr, br aA m, notners use -i -- .v CM Ir fes A I iui we ujuiunui erminiRe S Stick to the Standard I J , S"" oter, DIS-TRIC- n. lis. m YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY t io 1 17 FORGONE MONTH i 1 o, -- ' For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, ni ns-jl- self-denia- i ' . j r X raauaioaauskia FARM DEPARTMENT. o States are now coopor-ntlii- R with the United Stat?s D part-meof Agriculture In estimating crops and live stock. Twcnty-ninnt MRS. BUTLER IS ' r sect slug, n closer watch will havo to be ' OVERJOYED AT f ct control; but If there Is more1 than one generation, as with the colled rose worm and the bristly rose HER RECOVERY slug, a closer wotch will have to be Only one crevasse has occurred In kept upon the bushes and spraying th Colorado Hlvor, which has been done more often. in flood for three or four weeks, ha v. Declares Tanlac Gave Her ing reached about 27 ,fc feet at Yuma Stealing Traps Muy Load To Heavy Complete Relief After Evthe 10th of June. Tho break In the Fine or Prison. lowo was nt Hlythe, in Riverside erything Else Failed To Trap stealing Interferes with the County, Cullf., where the river over- work against predatory animals carReach Her Case. flowed several thousand acres.. It Is ried on by the Biological Survey of expected by the Weather Dureau of the United States Department of tho United States Department of AgIn the Northwest. Stealing "I nm overjoyed at the wonderful riculture that the river will fall from Government property of any kind Is X lth of June until the tast snow a serious offense, for which a fine of good Tanlac has done me after I had the melts and then rise slightly a little $5,000 may beJmposcd, or n sentence suffered five years," said Mrs. Mamelting of tho of five years In Jail, or both. There mie Butler, 1258 Taylor St., RichInter on account snow at the highest elevations of the nro at present two offenders In the mond, Ya. "Indigestion troubled mo so long upper drainage area. State of Washington who have been I had little hope of seeing another arrested on complaint of Illologlcal day. Nearly everything 1 ate Hot bread Is often thought to Survey hunters, and who are under well soured on my stomach and I felt cause Indigestion, the United bond awaiting trial. Others but under stuffy and nauseated. The pains States Department of Agriculture suspicion nro being watched. around my heart were so dreadful .snys that when It does so It la because The offense of trap stealing, in adso tight ncross tho chest I I it lacks some of the characteristics of dition to the fnct that all Government and felt woujd suffocate. I Black .good bread, not because It Is hot. property must be respected, Is par thought spots camo before my eyes and I al Large or thick biscuits, whether r.l. ticularly serious, because It may un most fell over. I was badly constio ed with yenst, baking powder, or weeks or months of careful work. pated aud so run down that often I dn, nro likely, If cooked on! a short Predatory animals destroy annually soggy on tho Inside, and. many thousands of dollars worth of had to go to bed and stay several time, to be days. this, when it happens, 13 the objec- valuable live stock. They are diffi"But now I am well and happy for tion to them, rather than tho fac. cult to catch, and the huntT may Tanlac has fully restored me after have spent u great deal of time fol- that they arc served hot. everything else failed, I enjoy ev lowing the tracks of a destructive my nerved are steady grain weevil, wolf or coyote and may have set his erything I eat, Tho broad-nose- d and I get plenty of restful sleep. Tanoctrap at tho very best point to Interwhich Is prevalent In Florida and my praise and casionally found In Georgia and cept his prey, only to have It stolen. lac deserves all thanks." South Carolina, can not attack wlide The Intrinsic value of the steel train Tanlac Is sold by all good druggrain or seed of n medium degree of or the pelt of the animal caught In It gists. Adv. hnrdness, nccordlng to tho United is n cash loss to the Government, and .t of Agriculture. the potential loss of future live stock States Department PLENTY OF KNIFE-EATER- S The rlc weevil, however, with which through setting a dangerous animal It Is commonly associated, begins tho .at liberty or Interfering with Its k, There are at least 175 men In Calimaking It a slmplo matter, ture Is Impossible to estimate, fornia who eat with their knives. Miss for tho weaker Insect to reach tho Frances Beauvals, IS years old, of softer parts of the grain. Cracked, Potato Growers List Fields For Seed-Stoc- k Boston, put a h ad in a Los damaged, or soft seed Is quickly InInspection. Angeles newspaper for a man "who grain weefested by the broad-nose- d Probably as a result of the better eats with his knife." She received vll. price received last year for certified 175 proposals In a week. seed stock, Maine potato growers this t KtH'pliiR the Olives For Replac- year have listed more than 3,300 In every homo where there is a INCORPORATED ing Old Stock. acres for inspection by representa- baby there should also bo a bottle of department of ag McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may be While calves from tives of the State cows nre saved to maintain the herds riculture. Many of these growers needed at imy time to correct sour however, be-- J stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or on some farms, on other farms and will bo disappointed, g cause they have started with stock summer complaint. In other sections, where It Is a whole-o- f no particular merit. Over a cattle are kept, calves from no opium, remedy, contains d cows by purebred bulls rlos of years an average of 47 per morphine or injurious drug of any are often vealed because no market cent of the entries passed the seed- - kind. Price 35c and GOc per bottle. m is found for them as dairy stock. This certification requirements, but this Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. is an economic waste which, accord- - year tho percentage will probably be roots of plants about 100S. At that ter of Hebrew lore and language to Ing to reports received by tho United lower. The mosaic standard has been JAPAN APPROVES time it attacked sugar cane severely. occupy the papal throne. ALIj ARMS PACTS Statts Department of Agriculture, raised. This year a field having as QUESTIONS The pest infested only a small area, the extonslon organization of Coos much ns 5 per cent of mosaic disease but was extremely destructive. An and Bible Answers County. Oreg.. is striving to elimi Is disqualified for producing certified Toklo, July 1 Approval by the sugar organization of Hawaiian If Parents will eneonrsffe children to look op and me morizo th Uible A ns were, ft will prove seed. The best stock grown now is Privy Council of all the treaties nate. planters obtained parasites from Jaa priceless Dniav vj mem to uier years. hi1 S3 About 30 calves from tho best that from strains Imported from the adopted by the Powrs at Washingpan In 1912 and controlled the Instock In Coos County wsre saved last rn..n.llnn T).ni'llifiaD .t'ftl.ln t fl Inct ton at the arms conference today had festation very successfully within the year by arrangements inado with few years. left the Prince Regent's signature the of the East next seven years. The parasite has How were ths wis only formality remaining to place farm bureaus of other counties to extended its diet in Hawaii to include of Jesus? Each harvest season approximately Japan's final seal upon the decision directed to the hlrtl take them when two weeks old at ?12 the ordinary Japanese beetle of Ha!! JTf att. 2: a head, crated and delivered at tho 200,000,000 pounds of binder twine aimed at world peace. Aen of the East waii as well as the Anomala. What did the wise express office. Arrangements also Is used in binding the small grain While there has been some talk of they beheld the young child? sovereign authorities of all the do when wero made recently for a represen- crops of the United States. the VICKSRURG BLUE LAW Matt. 2:11. extensubscribing nations signing tho treatative of the Klamath County STOPS SUNDAY PAPER What testimony did John the Bap "nfaMr.nrniinht te in When tho blanched kernels of pea- ties simultaneously Japan Is unlikely sion organization to spend 30 days my opinion, the best liver good nuts from which tho shells havo been to await this. The Regent Is expect tist give concerning Jesus? Matt. 3: calves of locating new-bor- n Vicksburg, Miss., July 1 Blue wlU meaicine on the market," stock nnd finding a dairyman to feed removed are used In making oil, tho ed to sign tho treatle before his de slates Mrs. R. H. Whitebe the prevailing color in Vicksburg What happened immediately after side, of Keota.Okla. She press cake can be ground into meal parture July G. He presided at the thorn for two weeks before shipment tomorrow with the lid clamped to continues: "I had a pain and used with wheat, corn, and slml-- 1 privy Council meetings where the Jesus was baptized of John In the night on .Sunday baseball, movies, to farmers In his own county. in my chest after eating-ti- ght, 3:1G-1- 7. Jordan? Matt. 2 lar starchy flours to make very pala Tho reports alsp say that calves treaties wero approved and naturally uncomfortable feeWhat weapon did Jesus use to de- poolrooms and the newspaper plant. lingand this was very of weeks old aro shipped safely as far table and nutrltons cakes, gems nnd will follow the recommendation The Dally Herald will not appear Matt. feat in the Temptation? disagreeable and brought as 500 miles, or for 3G hours' travel; hot breads, says the United States his advisers, whom ho entertalnedat 4:4,. Satan manager as usual as the business 7, 10. on headache. 1 was conday-ol- d can rarely be shipped. Department of Agriculture. session. luncheon after tho final calve stipated and knew it was How did Jesus begin his great was notified that if his men wero s Secretary Taketoml of the Foreign . indigestion and inactive Matt. 5:3- -, found working on the Sunday morn-"Sermon on the Mount?" liver. 1 began the use of Offlco will take the treaties to Wash. Ing edition after midnight they would lliiitli ramus Poisonous to Cuttle 11. night and Ington as soon as they aro signed. Death enmas, of which there are morning, and it sure is What directions did Jesu3 give be arrested. As a result the newsrange exchanged. There ratification will be employes will quit work at, splendid and- - certainly four principal species In tho : paper concerning the clvlnc of alms? For Infants and Children ' H-5gives relief." P- country of tho West, although caus" and allow tho edition to Matt. 6:1-Years Doing hard work In a bent or ing heaviest losses among sheep, are In Use For Over remain Incomplete until Monday at stooping position puts a stitch In the horses nnd cattle. Always bears 12:01 a. m., at which time work will nlso poisonous to Loss of Appetite' the back that Is painful. It the muscles Under rango conditions cattle are selAs a general rule there Is nothing be resumed and the "Sunday" morn- Signature of have become strained, you can't get serious about a loss of appetite, and Ing paper will be completed and pub- dom poisoned. Horses aro frequent- rid of It without help. Tho great If you skip a meal or only eat two llshed Monday morning. ay made sick, but deaths are rare. A where persons FIND ITALIAN KU KLUX KLAX penetrating power of Ballard's Snow meals n day for a few days you will The blue law move is tho out- few cases aro known Liniment will appeal to you most soon have a relish for your meais growth of a 235 of havo been fatally poisoned by tho In men and women at which a petition weed. Children have eaten tho bulbs An Investigation of the Ku Klux strongly nt such times, because It is when meal time comes. Bear out of curiosity and adults have gath- Klan at Venice revealed a secret or- ' tho very thing you need. Price ?5c, mind that at least five hours should was signed asking the city council ered tho plant, mistaking It for the ganization known as "the Cavaliers 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Tho always elapse between meals so as to suppress "Sunday amusement m edible- sego. The United States De- of Death" made up qf a violent class Ohio County Drug Co. to give the food ample time to digest places, bootleggers, gamblers and dls. has not of tho population Including some fas. partment of Agrlculturo and the stomach a period of rest be- orderly houses." DRUG WHICH KILLS FEAR fore a second meal Is taken. Then If found a remedy for poisoning by clstl. Members wore organized like ITALIANS ROUT REBELS you ent no more than you crave and death camas, but the deadly species an army and had a skull and cross-honFor over seventy years A drink which kills fear has been recognized, and ranchers Insignia. It was found nro now take a reasonable amount of outdoor for this purely vegetable discovered in the Amazon basin. It Is it Arau uels may safeguard tholr flocks. and ex"o Italian colony exercise every day you will not need they Intimidated citizens preparation has been called cnapl and nccordlng to Dr. H. torted bribes. A private prison was II. Rusby, dean of tho Columbia Uni. to worry about your appetite. When , ln Trlpolltanla met with a severe re- found beneficial by thouverse at the hands of the Italian gar appetite is caused by Knsy Way Of Ridding Roxe.iiu.lies Of maintained with plenty of arms and verslty college of pharmacy, sands of persons sufferwho tho loss of Finding 130 names of as is often the case, that rison. The latter captured the reStiwfly Larvae. munitions. ing from effects of a torclaims to havo discovered it while outpost nt GIoso aud checked an on tho once. A dose bel pid, or slow-actiliver. The follago of roses is very fre- members of the royal guards expedition, should bo corrected at conducting a scientific uprising. Indigestion, biliousness, quently attacked by sawfly larvae, membership rolh caused a sensation. tho natives of Columbia administer It of Chamhorlaln's Tablets will do m and Tim niHii wore dlmlssed ironv me It. colic, coated tongue, dizwhich feed upon tho leaves bat-- ! Johnny hated his early bedlimo. hnvo ' t0 tno,r warriors on tho eve of ziness, constipation, bit" " sorvlco. Secret organizations uusnes to causo tlio tie. wen going into name auer JAPANESE INSECT FOUND course of one of the nightly the Italy levying ter taste, sleeplessness, nnd weakeuod, or at least much less long hold sway In cnapl, it Is said, fight with drinking IX CONNECTICUT NURSERY guments his mothor told him how on rich and poor, nnd lack of energy, pain in lieautlful and ornamental, says tho blood-mone- y superhuman courage aud afterward all the little chicks went to sleep Agricu- keeping them lu constant terror. back, puffiness under the Unltod States Department of sleep filled with the drug produces a The Bureau of Entomology of the the sun. For tho moment ho was of eyes any or all of these lture Three common speciesroses Agrlcul-ilen- t, dreams of daring deeds. up: "But the old then he piped United States Department of Summer CoinnUiliit In Children symptoms often indicate oawfly larvae eat the leaves of ture has been Interested to find an hen goes to bed with thorn, you know, that there is something In many parts of the My dear, Isn't that dress Hubby und nro found oriental beetle, which is ordinarily a mammal" Rocky There is not anything like so many a the matter with your trifle extreme? United States east of the The extra halt hour was conceded. sugarcane pest, apparently establishdeaths from thin disease now as liver. You can't be too Wlfo This dress, darling? Why, I mountains. Country Gentleman. ed in a Connecticut nursery whore Chamborlaln's Colic and DiarKnocking careful about the mediput this on merely that you may beThey aro easy to control. cine you take. Be sure bush rhoea Remedy camo Into sucgen-ora- l come accustomed to the one I am hav- miscellaneous flower and fruit stock them some distance from thesimple POPE'S RABIU FRIEND Specimens have been colis grown. use. When this remedy Is) giv- ing that the 'name, "Theda mado. New Haven Register. with a stream of water Is lected in the nursery for two succestis- en with castor oil as directed and ford's Is Temody. Since they eat the leaf sive years. Tho Insect seems to be Among tho friends of Pope Plus on the package.. At all Cake-Eatloaves proper care is taken ns to diet, It is (to druggist) Will sue, thoroughly spraying tho out you give mo something for my druggists. as 3 safe to say that fully ninety-nin- e head? doing no damage, and there is no rea. XI Is Alexander dl Fano, chief rab with a stomach poison, such The friendship began powdered ar- of every hundred cases recover. Mr. I wouldn't take it as a son for any concern over Its prosenco. bi of Milan. Druggist Tounded teaspoonfuls of Accept Only Butler, Tonn., It has been Identified as Anomala years ago when tho young priest water W. G. Campbell of senate of lead to 1 gallon of appear says "I have used Chamberlain's Col- gift. Medley. orlgentalts Water, an Insect which sought tuition from the rabbi. Tho the Genuine. whenever tho larvae begins to Do you believe that gave a, great deal of trouble in Ha- rabbi says the pope was his favorite Mrs. Jameson prevent tho ic and Diarrhoea Romedy for sumwill kill them and thus waii about 10 years ago. It is a na- scholar and moreover is now ono of mer complaint In children. It Is far awful story they tell about her? . . Injury. Mrs, Johnsqn Of course I do! tive of Japan, and was probably Intro the foremost scholars of Hebrew In of the in- ahead of anything I havo ever used If only ono generation m What Is It. Kasper (Stockholm.) this purpose." duced Into Hawaii in sol on the the Old World and tho greatest mas- occur, as In the European roso for GUI ON rc ro of-th- e 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. so-d- I BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. If You ! have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. , j cap-attac- one-Inc- Hartford Printing Company IU-N- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY .- - higher-producin- 300-poun- J j Jw- - Tl 1-- liver For Torpid m 11-1- 2. mS CASTO R rA 30 Black-Draug- ht, 4. 5 Thedford's mass-meeti- es ' ' ng w ; bo-fo- re Black-Draugh- t," er 5$. ,wp V kshets S COOPER BRO.'S ANNUAL H H IB H m Beginning July 8th, and Ending July 22nd. This sale is for the purpose of cleaning out all of our spring and summer stock to make room for our fall merchandise, so we are, going to dispose of this first-clas- s seasonable merchandise at a reduced price just at the time of year you are in need of such goods. Don't fail to come and share in these bargains that we are offering. Our stock Dry Goods, Notions, Milconsists of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Ready-to-Wealinery, Ladies' and Men's Shoes and Furniture. We have gone through our stock and gathered all odds and ends together, and these will be offered at a special price. This sale is for Cash or Produce. No goods charged during this sale. Below you will find listed some of the many items in our stock, but there will be many more which we haven't space to print the prices. r, MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING Composed of Worsted, Palm Beach and Mohair. $32.00 $40.00 Suits, sale price 28.00 $35.00 Suits, sale price 24.00 $30.00 Suits, sale price 20.00 $25.00 Suits, sale price $20.00 Suits, sale price 16.00 $16.00 Suits, sale price $12.00 & ' V. MEN'S AND BOYS' PANTS ... $10.00 Pants, sale price $8.00 Pants, sale price $7.50 Pants, sale price $6.50 Pants, sale price $5.00 Pants, sale price $4.00 PSante, sale price $3.50 Pants, sale price $3.00 Pants, sale price $2.50 Pants, sale price $15.00 Suits, sale price $12.50 Suits, sale price $8.00 Suits, sale price $6.50 Suits, sale price $5.00 Suits, sale price , ; $8.00 . 6.50 6.00 5.00 4.00 3.20 2.75 2.50 2.00 $12.00 10.00 6.50 5.00 4.00 LADIES' AND MISSES' SLIPPERS Consists of high grade slippers, made by Queen Quality Company. $10.00 Slippers, sale price $8.00 6.50 $8.00 Slippers, sale price Slippers, sale price 6.00 $7.50 5.00 $6.00 Slippers, sale price 4.00 $5.00 Slippers, sale price 3.25 $4.00 Slippers, sale price 3.00 $3.50 Slippers, sale price 2.50 $3.00 Slippers, sale price 2.00 $2.50 Slippers, sale price 1.50 $2.00 Slippers, sale price 1.25 $1.50 Slippers, sale price MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS $5.00 Hats, sale price $4.00 ' $3.50 Hats, sale price 3.00 : Hats, sale price 2.50 $3.00 $2.50 Hats, sale price 2.00 1.25 $1.50 Hats, sale price '. 75 $1.25 Hats, sale price $7.50 $6.50 $5.00 $4.50 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 Shirts, sale price $1.50 Shirts, sale price $1.00 Shirts, sale price MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price .' Shirts, sale price Shirts, sale price 6.50 5.00 4.00 3.75 3.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 75 12c 15c SU- LADIES' Coat Suits and Dresses $35.00 Coat Suit, sale price $30.00 Coat Suit, sale price $25.00 Coat Suit, sale price READY-TO-WEA- R ' $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 $12.00 Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, sale price sale price sale price sale price $28.00 24.00 20.00 20.00 16.00 12.00 10.00 RUG AND MATTING DEPARTMENT $40.00 Rug, sale price 32.00 '. $35.00 Rug, sale price 28.00 $30.00 Rug, sale price . 24.00 $25.00 Rug, sale price 20.00 $20.00 Rug, sale price 16.00 Rug, sale price $17.00 14.00 $10.00 Rug, sale price 8.00 Straw Matting Rugs, sale price $5.00 4.00 $50.00 Dresser-Rob- e, $40.00 Dresser-Rob- e, $30.00 Dresser, sale price $10.00 Rocking Chair, sale price .' $8.00 Rocking Chair, sale price $7.00 Rocking Chair, sale price $6.50 Rocking Chair, sale price $5.00 Rocking Chair, sale price $3.50 Rocking Chair, sale price MILLINERY DEPARTMENT up-to-da- BOY'S CLOTHING FURNITURE sale price sale price MEN'S AND BOYS' SLIPPERS Consists of high grade oxfords, made by Florsheim Company. $8.00 $10.00 Oxfords, sale price $S.OO Oxfords, sale price 6.50 6.00 $7.50 Oxfords, sale price 5.25 $6.50 Oxfords, sale price 5.00 $6.00 Oxfords, sale price 4.00 $5.00 Oxfords, sale price 3.00 $3.50 Oxfords, sale price ; 2.50 $3.00 Oxfords, sale price 2.00 $2.50 Oxfords, sale price .N $43.00 33.00 24.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 ,. 5.50 4.00 3.00 L,OOK AT THIS SPECIAL OFFER! Hoosier Sheeting Hope Bleach We have a complete line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hats, new and millinery that we are going to close out at 50c on the dollar. Be sure and come early to get some of these beautiful hats while they last. te , WE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL PRICE ON GAR DURING THIS SALE. REDUCTION ON OVERALLS We have a large stock of National advertised Overalls, made by the Hamilton Carhartt Co., which you can buy during this sale at 10 per cent discount. Everything that is not listed will be subject to a discount of 10, per cent, that cludes all of our stock, consisting of our Grocery stock, except Sugar. in- COOPER BROS., - Beaver Dam, Ky. I