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Subscription $1.50 per Yc& NUMBER 3 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Churln 0. fi.vxes, cf Chicago, tne rns'. iiiwcitr of the budget. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1922. lie was found lying on the kitchen HARDING DECLARES floor, dead. who was 59 years of Mr. Mut'i'-tt- , FOR RIGHT TS WORK nge, was a good citizen, nnd had He pledged to Urlg. Oen. Lord, the PHESIUENT URGES many friends. He was a prosperous now director, the same whole-hearte- d Disappoint In;:, Says Hoard Hartford '.vent to Island Saturday Attitude farmer and stock buyer. He dwned support he had given G'tieral and nfter a nine round set-t- o tuck VI IIwul As Hi Tiles tt Arn farm near Narrows, but for the range Parley. Dawes. the scalps of the Islanders under past two seasons he has leased a por- - President Issues Proclamareceiving the Stan Jln5 their belt liv tin. mark nf S tn .1. For Economy Harding Asks After Hon of the farm of Mrs. Mary Wilson, tion On Railroad nlpilrn 'if the officers of the govern-- ' AfilHn frnm tlin ar'pnrwl Innlnp thft Chicago, July 12. No definite re- ,,,,, .. In Meeting With U. , Rllnv,,n,B ' ,vhprB hp ..., c- ... . th- - aumlnlstratlon s U ment to !.. Situation. nlverg,ior9 played a .!!. " T '" l" li'c ..I i . .. S. Officials. toward oo'.jmy. the President de me dropping ""'. a iiemeu .".?"".' ment mimosas was Iven Chairman the time of his death. He was a . oan ami ot tho pleasant Hill Baptist .. - - mim .. . clared flint tliprn were reallv two Laiiiiiir iiuitu in ... .i.,., ,uaseuiau -Hnnnpr nr ... if mi mail Labor Board menlljer ot ... .... ... t .. . ,. , . ...n.. ., . . . ..T- iiie Liiirii ijnurc n at .wacan. .anu nan uveii a resulting from the efforts of nn(.. on oth T mlsclI0 naved. the way .In - rmrflsentntlvp nf Hip rnllu-.iiiiumcB Washington, July 11. President .. ..-...devoted cnnstian since tne lime ot ' ,.,. M.tAanl inn t r- limit (IV- - Ior U10 a runs mae ,,y ( , , In cutlves at a noon-da- y Washington. July 11. Adminls lit.- - .c..t.... isianu conference to- - h,g rofesgIon ,n eariy 1Ife. Harding tonight Issued a proclama... ' tratlte officers of thu executive es inn seconu, alter wnicn tnere was day. Tlie executives said they would ri.vo tion forbidding any Interference with, in, ,,ifo ,,, , ,ie Kon "There Is not u menace In America noth tabllshments of the government whoanswer' for H rAl, tn ,f M f h, T who "lawful efforts to maintain transporabout fifteen v' .. were assembled today for their third today," he said, "equal to the mount- the nemy tation and the carrying of the United-Stat- es municipal debts.", Batteries for Island: Bates. Bat business meeting were ,1ns state and Chairman Hooper raid his chief malls." Beaver Dam: Hoy and Edgar, callPil on bv President Harding for which he deciareu were assuming aud ofllnger: Hartford. Owens and purposo in meeting with the execu The proclamation. . Issued thru nf priinnill- - suph nrniiortioiis that there was no Glenn. Owens served a beautiful as- tlves was to arrange a conference be- ,of Narrows; Charlie, of near Hartlm "nttiimt nrnnnmv" Irving and Byron, who lived Secretary Hughes, follows: Hires during tho current fiscal year way of knowing the amounts being sortment of twisters and held the Is- tween them and B. M. Jewell, leader ford; "Whereas, the United States Railtwo daughters, of the land Fluggers In nice fashion. Glenn of the striking shopmen, and he Indi iwlth their father; of their "pruning assumed In the obligations nnd the. tis Thomas, near Narrows, road Labor Board Is an agencr or game nnd In fact the cated that the attlude of the execu- - Mrs. Crowe knives" on tlfc estimates for the sue-- i American people. caught a nice Mrs. Vega Truman, near Sunnydale, the government, created by law and. Also, h told the meeting, no less whole team played fn grand style, tlves was disappointing. ceedlng twelve month3. Vul. charged with the duty at adjusting: U.... OJIB Biaiei, .ma. ITnllU rii.la1 limine urged than n score of citizens of foreign barring the second stanza. Tho President further ... . Division Anions Kxeruthcs. .... tvt.o, VlflKlUU. 1U U1UWICIS. .tivoo.a. mil disputes between railroad operators- exInformed him they economy by federal officers an nn countries had Mr. Hooper said lie had made lit- an(, Lonn,e Mutfett ot veivlng- - and employes engaged In Interstate ample for tho states and municipali were watching thla country's efforts . , Th.' Illverslders took a peach of a tie progress with the executives and . crandchildren commerce, and ties whose mounting dbts he de townrd systematized economy with a game from Beaver Dam Sunday nf- - tney nad not cieciueu wnen iney, "Whereas, the United States RailFUnerai services were, conducted Fcrlbed n n "menace" tinequaled In view to Its duplication In thtlr own tu:aoon on tho latter's diamond, by would ue ame to go over tne grounu from the Pleasant HIU Baptist church road Labor Board has recently hand'nations America today. the score of 3 to 1. This contest, by with him again. It was indicated 1I...H 0..ln.. nttarrrrt fit ttirao ed down decisions, one affecting the? Tl.o maallni. wMph U'lS nttpnflptl Referring to the operation of the t i.o " " .... agieem mt, went only 7 innings, duo that there had been some division -- ..j,, ln the presence of a wage of the- shopcraft employes, the liiitlgot bureau during the fiscal year by members of the cabinet, General to a late start on account ot the dou- - among the executives themselves. larg3 congregation, by the Rev. R. E other declaring tho contract system Just ended, when withdrawals from PershJng and officials of all the exe 010 iieauuer siugeu iiieru uuu uiiei-- i uum nuiu tunics uum wc calu- - pn..a 0f Hartford Burial ot the of shopcraft work with outside agen' by cutlve branches of the government, noon. tho Tr nsury were decreased tlves-- Mr. Hooper said, he will not' remains tnol! nlace ln the church cies to be contrary to the Intention ot $759,000,000 from the earlier est!- - received the report of the budget Ini Rogers and GK'nn worked the meet with Mr. Jewell cemetery. the transportation act, and tiated total of $4.C54.000,000 as "n renu for tlie past iiscai year pre- - ivots for the Uiverslders while Stev- -' "The situation was rather fully "Therefore, that such practice-mus- t - sented liy tne new uirecior uener- -i no of real achlevemen record ons and Mulhall performod Hke rolls gone over." said Mr. Hooper. "Frank be discontinued, and de- - Lord, who called for the best efforts clared that the prospective net for the IKuvers. ..Duz.. was ,n tlp-'l- y , our main purpbse was to effectu-to- p JAMES PENALIZES "Whereas, the shopcraft employes Xlclt of $425,000,000 for the pres- - of the fed rai onicers uuriiis mo form and heaved a nice game, ate a conference between the repre- COUNTY OFFICERS have elected to discontinue their year. ont current year Is a challenge to all. present whlle the "Veteran" Glenn was freJz- - sentatlves of the carriers and Mr. Iwork, rather than abide by the de-Hecelpt. for the current year, he lng onto tho Haw Slder's slants like Jewell and his associates with regard Gmves and Ballard Clerks Fallurc . clslon rendered, and certain opera stated, were estimated at $3,075,000.- "A MAN'S HOUSE HIS to certain matters incident to the. grim death to a "dead nlgg r." tors have Ignored the decision orderTo Report Collections 000, while expenditures were placed The above game was snappy and. strike. My suggestion did not CASTLL UUUU LAIM ing the abandonment of the contract Draws V.0 excess at $3,771,000,000. nn apparent being, In comparison with the volve any proposal to modify any shop practice, and of exp ndltures nmountlng to $G97,- con-vegame stnged, betwe.'n tire of the Labor Board and I Should r Immigration "Whereas, the maintained opara- Frankfort, Ky., July 12. Failure 000.000 but offset to the amount of Kfstrlrtlonwv such a conference about sub- I and Logansport a noticeable r county clerks of Graves and tlon of the railways In Interstate cor- a-r i 111 111111,1 Yll. (1(1 liailll 1.. If nnn AA.l 1... .l. ,..,.! U K.nK.1 jects mentioned by me perfectly of the i trast. Anirrlcaniatlon. ,oii!BaUard counties to report gasoline lUnUed and the transoortaticn of In the Treasury on June 30. (proper, possibly helpful and certainly, tj Sfatea malte have ecelta- audltor AxKsr For Vlgllancf. intention of surrender on As above mentioned the Beavira (Capital reqnlrcd by law, caUBed state In- - ted the employment of men who Washington, July 13. Presl- : Experience of tho p:3t. tho The rail - part of nn jbody concerned Henry E. choose to accept employment under spector and Examiner G RIsley. Plrel Logansport Sunday, at Beahas demonstrated News Servfce.)-Theo- dore lont continued, will Inform me later ver Dam. Loeansnort trluuiphed by way James to impose the 20 per cent pen the terms of the decision, and who ceneral - of .i, npii lm nn nniliio concern Folloltor 4hni timrn this matter." er- - as to their declslon-J..... . 1... have the. same indisputable right n..Hlnn alties for "neglect of duty." ...,-- . .ni nt T.qtl.1. MV9' Immlgra- - , the close tallies ot 8 to 7. Many over prospective .1 .u.....b Meanwhile the railway executives that others have to decline to The investigation of Graves CounUnited states, limit- that wh'le a deficit of $24,000,000 tlon laws of the big- four brothper- - Bed too much, a ltl.o It was very in-- met the chiefs of the foreign-bor- n Coulter, former work, and ty showed H. A. W.b forecasteil last year, a surplus Ing the Influx of " a separate conference re"Whereas, the peaceful settlement . county clerk, to be Indebted to the are justified terest ng from start to finish as It erhoods at $313,000,000 was realized. This sons to this country, garding routine matters, but also InIs the p'as clos all tho way. $4,641.41, of of controversies in accordance with state In the sum of was accomplished, he asserted, de- - when it Is considered that It Barnes Snodgrass and Hampton cluded protests over the report 6f which $3,134.35 was for gasoline tax, law arid due respect for the estab uplto the fall In government receipts duty of the government to protect brotherhood members that they formed the battery for the Port o some $125.40 for license tax, $163.30 for lished,, agencies ot such settlement for the year of 11.516.000.000. the American' Ideals and safeguard Its Logan boys while Cssel and Mulhall were being required to do strikers tax on deeds, etc. and $1,184.22 on are essential to the security and well-bei- ng In thedtU-w- . equivalent of the reduction work on some roads. ueavers. of our people; commission fees. This "The United States government worked tor the amount collected from tho people. of the game and fish A pogramme for solution I, Warren O. "Now, therefore, money was collected from Coulter espendl- - .has the same right to close the gates Vet because It pruned Its Rockport gooseegged Morgantown railroad shopmen's strike was drawn and converted Into the state treas- Harding, President ot the United tures by $1,743.00.000 It produced '0f Ellis Island to undesirable aliens- Sunday to the tune of 0 In one of up today by Chairman Hooper after ury by Inspector James, who also col- States, do hereby make proclamaas the head ot a family has to pronn actual surplus. conferences with leaders of the shopthe fastest games of the season. lected $3,474.97 from Roy Holman, tion, directing all' persons to refrain, "This." he said, "is certainly a tecHila home. But It Is essential d men and was submitted to represenclerk ot Ballard County. from all Interference with the lawful accomplishment." but he 'that the small quota of Immigrants ,tery for Rockport: Allen and trans-poratl- on Morgantown. Hollle and Ham- - tatives of the railway executives from r; Inspector James found that the efforts to maintain. Interstate that expenses must be kept 'admitted under the strict laws four sections of the country at noon county clerks had not reported gasoo the: and the carrying ' wlthln Income, this year, and called .ministered by tho Immigration au- Slim Allen made 15 of the Butler today. July 1, 1921, Uslted States malls. collections since upon the government's executives thorltles be welcomed Hooper's programme, line tax Chairman County boys dig holes In empty space-whilany of the "These activities and the maintainstill closer scrutiny of their ac- - y by tho American public." he said. represent the mini- and had not reported Hallift fanned only two ot Kv- - which Is said to i .ttt...n hiU1UU1EI.IU 1.1 n nnoa (ha tpctn fit i.nH " I license fees collected during the year ed supremacy of the law are the first " -- -IU1U US1IUI1U11U.C0. UVllieS mu, .., - ,u ... l,o.n.,n mum acceptable to the striking shopt.u.a .'.-1921 belonging to the game and fish obligation of the government and all "If in your Jurisdiction," the Enis Island are worthy of the friend- - ship game between the ' ' " men. Is to be carried again to the commission. the citizenship ot our country. There-to- re President said, "you find activities ghln and dvlce of their American and of the third tlmo Rockport has been shopmen s leaders later touay, wim I Invite the properly 'neighbors, it is the solemn duty ot "Such conduct on. the part of ofand expenditures that can shut-ou- t games the comments and counter-proposaauthorities, state and municip,v American citizen who loves his on the winning end of I ad- ficials," ho said, "Is absolutely Inexi nurtnUoii nr eliminated. of the executives. pal, and the aid ot all good citizens-tcusable." ui, von fn do It: If laws do not.nnnnirv nml who cherishes the prln- - during the present season 10 Cincinnati Trains Cut Off. uphold the laws and to preservo leave It within your power to do this, clples for which Georgo Washington Cincinnati. July 12. R. N, Bird, Hartford's recond string Nine .vent recom-- 1 (0Ught to see to It that the foreignthe public peace and to facilitate submit It to the President for ., .. . l tl.ati to Horton Simday afternoou where superintendent of malls In this ter- CIRCUIT COURT i"-those onerations in safety which are mendatlon ot congressional action. '.i)0rn residents are today that ten TO CLOSE TODAY essential to'llfe and liberty, and tho govern- - struggle- - to understand the meaning they defeated the Horton aggregation ritory, announced late Th business heads of the nt .1,a mall trains out of Cincinnati will be uy xuC " "' "'c security ot property and our comment do not and can not content- - ot K00d citizenship. By so doing we put-oby Baize, taken off at once, according to notice year wl e safeguarding our economic ln- - Bame was a double July term of the Ohio Circuit mon public welfare." The plate or expect expenditures this unassisted, served on him by railroads operating Court will be brought to a close shortstop, , . ... cnrPfi! w ,i " win exceed intuiin--. t i ,. the trains. "unfortunate;u suiuuuua uuu iuau..ut . "i- - nf Hartford's having been In session two FORDSVIIJiE LADV LEADS patriotism will be regarded as most Trains annulled include six trains j weeks. The grand jury returned 19 quick delivery to third. The bags IX RECENT EXAMINATION therefore. I bespeak your filling i 'jir. Rlsley's words find n respon nnd two oeuammoro & Baize i ii It .i i Un liAnwta f nmnv frtV were loaded and no outs when second on the Cincinnati and unto Louis and- Indictments between our report last St. tween a lino drive touched es- week and the data of Its final adWarning against deficiency eminent authorities In tho Capital nabbed Of the 22 who took the recent exCincinnati and Toledo; greater portion of amination for teachers' certificates, Presl- - clty, who believe It necessnry that, and caught the third runner bifore two between tlmates was sounded by the Indianapolis journment, the .. Ytr .. tno lint llfll?. two on the Cincinnati, o uOm iiopinrpii which were for violations of the li- according to report received by that orriciais tua onuntrv rpniizA that no lmmigra- - o iMilil rniriln n. & Western between Cincinnati and quor prohibition laws. account for tion law, no matter how strict, can do County Superintendent, two would be held strictly to .. .. .1 the Indianapolis .and two on the Indiana, bats with Horton crossed m Quite a number of actions were fi- made first class, 10 second class cermust ue uonu In observance of the policy against for the nation what .. & Springfield between Dela- ... . . . . -nally disposed of at this term, but tificates and 10 failed In making the uongress, ...i.i.i. tne. assimilation ot tiioso ...i. .um Tirnnilwnv tpam at Simmons. Sunday Decatur which w" Such demands upon 'morning and trimmed the Miners by tur, 111., and Springfield, 111. few, It any of them of public Im required grade. in the past fiscal year in deficiency jl0 these shores. Immigrants who a score of 10 to 2. Monroe and O. & O. Clerks May Strike. sub- - La portance. . estimates at Ellis Island and who remain Miss Abby Whittlnghlll of Fords- and supplemental battery Richmond. Va.. July 12. That the Horton Glover 1L. U Ib1v nr. t rvnrt nt I Commonwealth Attorney amounted to SG61.O00.O00. al.here must become either an aset or a zarth formed the Parrot and Phelps o "cllenry clerks "rag w h H '" Port. rofD tho many were unavoidable, he de- - Uauint- - ,0 the nation, which depends while Cleve , . . irnmi nertormea for the B'wavs. ,...t. JUdS .i... i.nnn,,,n o lUCjr a recent graduate of Har- tuv.i....v ...... ... TTnH.nn'd . HlHIAtOIn T..I In a ....,.-..wJge return tQ h,8 home ,n ' or Americans ,..., persist in remaining ," tlpns. . ford Hleh School, ma,de the second Broadway and iiuulo . ...v..., -. Osborn. general chairman of the . i Kstlinati's, Advises. m u, i" n,Qn, rnr. .ilha rramo for luwemuuru, im afternoon. highest grade. Prune loreiguurs iivum . uu uroineriioou ot a question which eacn oi iiiu iwu otui. "For the fiscal year 1924," the eBn land. This ship Clerks, to General Manager J. NKAWNG CLOSE; MGHTEMNG'S FREAK rresldPiit announced, "receipts are ' can.. only ..be solved... by educational . ....... ., ...!..., ,m , . SCHOOL GREAT SUCCESS Hartford's colored team went to B. Pnirlsh ot the Chesapeake & Ohio ........... or iimiis anu a uuuny estimated at $3,198,000,000 com- Sunday and scalped the ln which Mr. Qsborn rejects the 000.000.000 less thantll0 part of u'l who coao In contact Wvermoro liroxltnately unusual bolt .... . . .. ... . . mOUtll Of pany's nnswer to demands mado on, c ulna nt tllB tnwil nttllfi prdayi juy 21. marks the close; A lighteningot lastmade an near the -r u ..i.... expeiiiuiuiuB iui im nutiioriz-i- i week wuii tne r-, , ..,.,. " " tn fntl .Rough by C to 4. Taylor Parks and the road by the clerks' union yester-'o- t . .. or rather Ohio . County's 'strike Friday Hartford's .i... . .. nr air. uicero vruwuiii ui rent fiscal year, wo mum u nooi' Iflrat nnrm.il RChonl. The B X WeeK'S roairtBt.rn In proportion "Hurley" Tolbert batted homers for uay. constantly In mind." ha said, "that welco.no and at homo, The bolt's first con ac. was term, under Prol. Ellis, has been, Select - Hartford. Tho ball Burloy hit was the probable receipts for 1924 will as they assimilate and apply the uoc(UIIiMK) MUFFETT of with a root of a walnut tree to which highly successful and teachers iosj, nunco ins uuiiu iu nn 'm "i AVILIAAM w re fence was stayed, not permit as liberal appropriations trlnes of true Americanism. DIES OF HEART FA1I.UIU Ohio County have been materially, a slat and the hassocks with one stcamlug-u- p . 1933. In that connection I as for outlay! Horn that It Jumped to the bottom Future Gaines. benefitted with the minimum NOTION TO THACHERS may say frankly to you that 1 will William Muffett, better known to in cash cost. This school for de- -i wires of the fence which It traversed Beaver Dam goes to Morgantown to Congress estimates exnot snul some distance, breaking the wires Association of the Ohio Sunday for a game with the team of his friends ns "Blllte" died at his velopment of our teaching profession,. for A am tin r ceeding the probable receipts ot the Saturday h, nn .inniit hfen worth as much to i.. i. n " "' nml HA --miij ir - 'ill one- homo near Sunnydale, last at mat place. government nnd I must warn you County Teachers will convene nttjrnlng, of heart failure. Frida those attending, es any school tn the tides, many of which are not 27th. of July the 2C that unless you use your pruning Hartford day will and taken up sinn fourth of an Inch In length. Mrs. Hartford plays on the homo lot aflernoon, while working In a hay whole country could have been. be executive will be compell- The. first Sopha Hatler, who brought a quantiknives the Cntti.ilnV nml Cundiiv Tlnli Rnv field, near the Miliar bridge, he went -, ..- -..-1.1. preing contracts, securing record book3, ,uum ed to cut deeply the estimates . rm, . Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Hagermart, ty of the broken wire to the Repub win lm ,ww... . ..... - - rninn Rntiiniiiv nml rtneknort will,(.-tn tho Miller homo, across the bridge ..-- , u o "tvuuu ,i Buppiiea bii;. sented. a jug of water, and upon of Louisville, who spent a few days lican office, states that the pickets in Rockport, to obtain program and genoral be the gue&t Sunday. "Our country Is one of the few snent with a plans for tho coming stands undefeated this season and the returning to the field, ho fell, and last week, with Mr. Hagerman's par- the fence bora no evidence whatever which Is now paying discussions of Hagerman. ot the effect ot the bolt. in the world local team Is hoping to turn them was found unconscious, He was con- ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. re1 must year's work. Tho lightenlng's contact being so Its way ns It goes, and veyed to his homo where latr he be- city, and Mrs. Hagerman's parents, expected to bo back emptyhanded this time, All teachers are jr gard with disfavor any tendency to much better, and about 2:00 Mr. and Mrs. Harve Bennett, Center-tow- n. near the earth in all probability. Pre-came will be with these conditions or In- present without fall. There have, returned home. vented Injury to Mr. Crowder's famlrt"" interfere Route 1. Hartford's second team will go to o'clock Saturday morning he felt so a special elementary examination for to n It was In close proximity accompanied them crease taxes." Bennett teachers the 28 and 29 of July at Mnnrmnn Rnnilnv for n Eaino with much better that ho told tho . Tribute To Ifcnvci. their residence. Sunday. they could leave him. At four o'clock home, returning place. that Ky. PrcnUlfnt Harding paid a glowing Hartford, OFFICIALS TREAT BASEBALL BRIEFS HOOPER PLAN COOL AND MIXED TIPS ' .... ' .- ,u..... nni v .n .... i..,; I fieuil-anr.u- a! ... Z't I ..... ... i T ,..,,,.. """! - , U- In-fa- st, de-tlr- st Bea-'clsl- rs con-'sld- er n- I n. im.u - of ( Skln-uddd- ad-,ne- wiioie-ueurieu-f- or .i.t .. ls aiie ". "-l"- 'D ut .i., , t..i tu ,, - -- ,if .... . Mrs-Maso- ... , Bo-mttt- ed '... "" ..-- .- 1 ni '' tuui r"TCy; S7 VSa?"' "' , ta' 1 T! naiij on. - S. .rSt , . i. ,,,i two-day- s' .. ,,i , oiiui u" ..,. ioihs,. l. an COOPER BRO.'S ANNUAL Beginning July 8th, and Ending July 22nd. This sale is for the purpose of cleaning out all of our spring and summer stock to seasonmake room for our fall merchandise, so we are going to dispose of this first-clas-s able 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. $40.00 Suits, sale price $32.00 $35.00 Suits, sale price 28.00 $30.00 Suits, sale price 24.00 $25.00 Suits, sale price 20.00 $20.00 Suits, sale price 16.00 $16.00 Suits, sale price $12.00 ft.? MEN'S AND BOYS' PANTS $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 h $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 P,ants, sale price $3.50 Pants, sale price SjS.OO Pants, sale price $2.50 Pants, sale price BOY'S CLOTHING $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 LADIES' AND MISSES' SLIPPERS Consists of high grade slippers, made by Queen Quality Company. i $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 : Slippers, sale price 4.00 $5.00 3.25 $4.00 Slippers, sale price $3.50 Slippers, sale price 3;00 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 sale price 2.50 $3.00 Hats, $2.50 Hats, sale price 2.00 Hats, sale price 1.25 $1.50 75 $1.25 Hats, sale price MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS $7.50 Shirts, sale price $6.50 Shirts, sale price $5.00 Shirts, sale price $4.50 Shirts, sale price $4.00 Shirts, sale price $3.50 Shirts, sale price i $3.00 Shirts, sale price $2.50 Shirts, sale price $2.00 Shirts, sale price $1.50 Shirts, sale price $1.00 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 sale sale sale price price price price $28.00 24.00 20.00 20.00 16.00 12.00 10.00 32.00 28.00 24.00 20.00 16.00 14.00 8.00 4.00 $43.00 33.00 24.00 8.00 7.00 6.00 5.50 4.00 3.00 RUG AND MATTING DEPARTMENT $40.00 Rug, sale price $35.00 Rug, sale price $30.00 Rug, sale price $25.00 Rug, sale price $20.00 Rug, sale price $17.00 Rug, sale price $10.00 Rug, sale price $5.00 Straw Matting Rugs, sale price FURNITURE $50.00 Dresser-Rob- e, sale price Dresser-Rob- e, $40.00 sale price $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- . MEN'S AND BOYS' SLIPPERS Consists of high grade oxfords, made by Florsheim Company. $10.00 Oxfords, sale price $8.00 6.50 $8.00 Oxfords, sale price 6.00 $7.50 Oxfords, sale price 5.25 $6.50 Oxfords, sale price 5.00 $6.00 Oxfords, sale price ' sale price 4.00 $5.00 Oxfords, 3.00 $3.50 Oxfords, sale price '. $3.00 Oxfords, sale price 2.50 2.00 $2.50 Oxfords, sale price LOOK 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. GERMAN BARON WINS WILL SUIT JihIko Davis W. Edwards In an opinion handed down yeaterday sustained n demurrer to n petition filed by dnrnett I. Klplcy and William It. York, to recover Drake, of New properly In Louisville and Jefferson County, valued at approximately willed was bequeathed to Wnldumar Conrad von Zedtwltz by his mother, Mrs. Mary Eliza IJlril Caldwell von Zedtwltz, who, at the time of her death in December, 1910, wns the widow of Count von Zedtwltz, of Germany. Judge Edwards In his opinion stated that under the common law of tho state of Kentucky a nonresident alien has the right to Inherit properly In this state. Under the provisions of the will tho property located near the eastern limits of Louisville (C37 acres of land) Including thirteen lots In Louisville, was given to the United States Trust Company, New York, to be held In trust for the benefit of the son until he reached tho ago of 30, at which time It was to bo turned over to him. Mr. Itipley, Mr. Drake, Carter W. Wormsley and Spootswood U. Hall, who claim to be next heirs to the filed suit contesting the right of the son to tho estate, claiming that tho young Baron von Zedtwltz was debarred from his sharo In the estate, because he was an alien enemy. Tho young baron Is a resident of Berlin and during tho wnr fought in the Prussian army. Tho treaty between the- United States and Prussia, ratified about 100 years ago, was cited, It being claimed that under the provisions of this treaty tho young baron wus debarred from inheriting the property. Judge Edwards quoted, however, that there la assured to a citizen of each country reasonnblo tlmo to dispose of property willed to them in tho other. The defendants In counter-actio- n aB9rted that a nonresident alien hnt tho right to take property by devise and can 'hold It until it is esand cheated to tho commonwealth, that only the commonwealth can take such nctlon. It was further contended that the property was not held by an alien and that a reasonable tlmo for Its disposal had not elapsed. Judge Edwards cites six statutes In support and that from the laws recited holds that Waldemar Conrad von Zedtwltz Is entitled to his share of tho estate. The young heir is now 2D years of age. es-ta- te .- of bricks and mineral ccmont they drovo their lumbering chnrlotn with wheels. "Joy-rldcrof those days lounged In recdwork baskets mounted on rolld whe Is about n foot thick. "Think of that when riding In a flivver which teems bumpy, "Man's battle for good roads has been going on for thousands of years, ever since prehistoric man cleared a path thru .tho junglcf. "It uiny be that the roads of the futuro will bo in tho air, with flying passengers and machines carrying iron-rimmB HOW RAILROAD'S MONEY IS SPENT Tho amount of taxes paid by tho Illinois Central System in 1921 excepted by more than 23 per cent the amount of dividends which the road paid to Its Stockholders. This is ono of a number of valuable points brought out In n statement recently made by President C. II. Mnrkham giving the receipts and expenditures of tho Illinois Central System in terms of tho cents which make up a dollar. The railroad spent 5.54 cents of each dollar received for taxes, while dividends took 4.48 cents of the dollar. It is sometimes said that the salaries paid railway officers are responsible! for high freight rate and law wages- - of railway employes. It is interesting to note that the taxes paid by tho Illinois Central System last yoar were more than twenty-nin- e timet: an great as the amount of salaries paid to general officers. The pay of general officers required only .19 of 1 cent. Tho operation of trains', stations including and switching services, both wages and material, took 2G.69 cents of tho railway dollar. Nearly 93 por cent of this amount went to wngeo. The cost of maintaining equipment and facilities amounted to 34.59 cens. In tho cost of mnintian-ini- j equipment wagss amounted to 62 and 3 per cent, and in tho cost of maintaining roadbed, buildings, and other structures, wages amount to 54,7 per cent Tint statement shows that the rail-ron- d received 71.71 cen's of Its dollar from the transportation of freight and 16.98 cents from the transporIt handled 44,. tation of passengers. 637, 46C tons of freight an average distance of 270.46 miles at an average revenue per ton per mil of 1.015 cents. The number of passengers transported was 37,027,889, the average distance was 25.25 miles, and the average revenue per passenger was 3,104 cents per mile. Other sources of incomes, and the number of cents of the dollar received from each, were: Transportation of mall, 1.G9; transportation of express 1.53; demurrage, storage and special freight service, 0.49; switching service, 0.85; parlor cars, excess baggage and other special passenger service, 0.56; hotel, restaut service, 0.58; rant, dining station and. train privileges, etc. 0.32; rents of equipment, road, buildings and other property, Joint facilities, and miscellaneous income, 2.79; In come corporate Investments, 2.50. Th statement shows that, while It cost the railroad .62 of 1 cent out of each dollar to operate Its dining service, the revenue from the sar-vlamounted to only .5S of 1 cent resulting in a loss of .04 of 1 cent. A statement such as this serves to emphasize the fact that a railroad has no inexhaustable supply of funds upon which to draw to meet Its expense budget. It gets a dollar, and It sp;nds It. When taxes amount to 5.54 cents of each dollar, it red quires nearly ofall the rev. enue received from handling more than 37,000,000 passengers to pay it. 2-and-buffece one-thir- freight. "That, however, long way off. It bound to bo n good to dream nbout. But, meantime, lct'si kcop our feet on tho ground and got begood-roamovement hind the stronger than ever. Prosperity and rccrentlon como slowly over bad Is Is roads." Summer Complulnt In Children. Is not bo-fo- re anything llko so many deathH from this dlscaso now as Chamberlain's "Colic and DiarThere rhoea Remedy camo Into bucIi general use. When this remedy li given with castor oil as directed and proper caro Is taken ns to diet, It is out safe to say that fully nincty-nln- o of every hundred cases recover. Mr. Duller, Tcnn., W. O. Campbell of says "I havo used Chanibcrlnln's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for sumIt Is far mer complaint in children. ahead of anything I havo over used m for this rurpese." 1MI.000 It as early as possible, Mr Robert says. "The ground should be broken fix or seven Inches d'ep and worked down to a firm con- -' dltlon. It usually Is a good plan to precede tho breaking by disking. At this time of the year It Is also usually advisable to drag or harrow each day's breaking In order to pulverize the clods before they dry out. The , soil should be harrowed after rains In order to conserve moisture. It also Is desirable to harrow whenever young weeds or grasses appear slnco nlfalfa docs not thrive In their presence. "If the ground Is to be limed it is a good plan to put tho material on as soon ns the ground is broken so that subsequent preparation will help distribute It thru the soil. Unless the soil Is known to be naturally supplied with lime, tins material should be applied at the rate of thres or four tons of ground an a. re or limestone one-ha- lf this amount of burned lime. In all parts of the State outside of til a central bluegrass region it is desirable to apply from four to five hundred pounds of acid phosphate an acre. This may be done nny time after tho limestone Is applied and previous to seeding and should be harrowed into the soil. d, g'ound for Children Cry for Fletcher's !NcsNNCUV coming deceived. JvaassasisssKa ' The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of on the wrapper all these years "VTV; tf jC&tf'fiZ All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-goo- 'ucUA( 3ust to protect the generations. Do not be Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. Castoria Drops is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aitLs the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a Rl'SIIELS OF NEW WHEAT (SHOWN IN STATK Kentucky 20,-000 Lexington, Ky., July S. this year will produce more than high-yieldi- Doing hard work in a bent or stooping position puts a stitch In the back that Is painful. If Uip muscles have become strained, you can't get rid of It without help. The great penetrating power of Ballard's Snow Liniment will appeal to you most strongly at such times, because it is the very thing you need. Price 25c, 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by The Ohio County Drug Co. m TIRES, AUTOS, GAS ETC. Conrovia, capital of Liberia, has GENUINE 7 CASTORIA 1 ALWAYS 3ears the Signature aL&tfm&i 30 In Use For Over THC CENTAUR COMPANY. The Kind You Have Always Bought NEW YORK CITY. Years EH bushels of sued wheat from the one developed at and the Kentucky Agricultural Experito Itnlph ment Station, according Kenney, crops extension specialist of the station. An inspection of 96 fields of Ash- - Loss of Appetite. Ab a general rule there is nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and If you skip a meal or only eat two meals a day for a few days you will soon havo a relish for your meals in when meal tlmo comes. Hear mind Hint at least five hours should always elapso botween meals so nB to glvo the food ample time to digest and tho stomach a period of rest before a second meal Is taken. Then If you eat no moro than you crave and take a reasonable amount of outdoor exercise every day you will not need to worry about your appetite. When tho loss of appetlto Is caused by constipation as is often the case, that should bo corrected at once. A dose do of Chuinberlain's Tablets will it. "ROADS YOU'D LUCK" land scattered throughout tho Stato and comprising n total of 1,000 acres has Just been complotcd by tho station agronomy department to determine if grain from them will be suitable for seed purposes. Approximately 100 other fields of wheat from this strain nre being grown In the Stato but were not inspected. As an average for seven years, Ashland has produced 2.3 bushels more of grain an acre on the Kentucky sta tion farm than any other variety of soft wheat commonly grown in Kentucky. Farmers in all sections of the State are obtaining good yields from the new strain with tho result that seed from It Is exp&cted to be In heavy demand his fall. A list of farmers having Ashland suitable for seed is boing prepared for distribution to farmers and county agricultural agents. three automobiles. It's a good Idea to. paint the rim occasionally to prevent rust. A German type of cycle car costs $22 at the present rate of exchange. Before attaching hand pump give it several strokes to clean out tube. The smallest accessory is aid to be a clip for keeping auto keys to- Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. gether. price range for American-mad- e car is all the way from $319 to $10,000. It is estimated that more than a million dollars is New York's weekly taxicab bill. France, Italy and England will bo represented at thu French Grand Prix near Strabourge, July 15. The highways of this nation total more miles than nearly all the rest of the world's put together 2,500,-00The 0. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper CASTORIA CIRCULAR SOUNDS NERD FOR BETTER DAIRY SIRES Lexington, Ky., July 8. Kentucky is in serious need of more purebred Okiiaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Alaska now has many gasoline sleighs in place of dog sleds, its chief transportation medium for centurie. Eighty thousand men are said to be employed in. French automobile factories and by motor truck pro-duce- prestige and reputation. It 'is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news' matter first consideration. v Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and v Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly m 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. ournal tho press at the College of Agricul Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it ture and which Is ready for free dis- relieved me almost Instantly," writes Tho following Interesting editorial tribution to farmers. At tho pr;s-c- Mrs. Henry Jewett, Clark Mills, N. Y. time, thuro Is only ono purebred Is taken from tho Loulsvlllo Herald: This is an excellent remedy for colic "If you drlvo a car, you'll bo In- slro for every 370 dairy cowu In the and diarrhoea and should bo kept at terested in this: When tho govern- State. m hand by every family. Tho now publication points out tho ment finishes up tho roads It is helping build, tho country, will havo a net. advantages of such a&soclationa and. SUM.MEH ALFALFA SEEDINNG work of 180,000 mllca of surfaced outlines the stepp in their organizaUEST DONE AUG. 10 TO 20 connecting Atlantic tion. It Is No. 122 and may bo ob main highways, and Pacific Coasts and our Northern tained frco by writing tho Experi Lexington, Ky., July 8. Under fament Station, Lexington. and Southern borders. vorable moisture conditions the sum"To travel over that much road In every homo whero thero Is a mer seeding of alfalfa is best done you'd havo to drhv. your car thirty from August 10 to 20, hours a baby thero should also bo a bottle of in Kentucky George mllca an hour, twenty-fou- r according to Roberts, head .of McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may bo day, for 250 days. to correct sour tho agronomy department of the "Road projects under way In 1921 needed at any time stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or Kentucky Agricultural Experiment amounted to nearly 65,000 miles When seeded at that time o Station". about cloven times across tho conti- summer complaint. It Is a no opium, of the year, the crop usually follows remedy, contains During tho year nent ami hack. wheat, oats, rye, early potatoes or Undo Sam and tho states built 11,- -' morphtno or Injurious drug of any any other crop that comes off early. highways. kind. Prlco 35c and 60c per bottlo. 930 miles of federal m Farmers who expect to seed alfalfa "Wo aro developing a groat civili- Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. this summer should preparo tho America, for road zation hero In o REFUSES TO KNTEU AS SERVANT building i In all centuries tho nt associations which has Just Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved dairy sires to improve the milk pro ducing cattle In the State, according "About two years ago when suflo n now circular on cooperative bull fering from a severe attack of sumcomo off mer complaint, I took Chamberlain's A favorite disposal ground for stolen automobiles is said to be Mexico City and other large Mexican towns. A horse fountain In Kennet Square, Philadelphia, is now up for sale. Why not le! it pipe gasoline and its usefulness? Detroit, with approximately 350,-00- 0 families, has one automobile to each three families. This Js said to be the highest percentage in the world. According to statisticians of the an average of Firestone company, 450 gallons of ga3 per year Is consumed by each car in tho United States. 1 By special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by mail, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions, but only to peoplo living In Kentucky, Tonnbssoo or Indiana. New subscriptions may. it desired, start at a latter dato, and reoowals will date from expiration of present ones. It you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substituto The Loulsvlllo Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office GIRLS AS CADDIES Upon announcement of golf clubs whole-som- that girl caddies will be employed, the local civic association, principals of the schools and some club members raised ob jections. The latter also threatened to quit the game. Mother of the girls say their daughters can stand the golfers' vocabularly if tho society women players can. Furthor, they say the moral standards of tho play ers will bo raised rather than such work would be unsafe foi tho fair at Bayslde, N. Y., caddyettes. A REAL SENATOR, HER AIM tho present incumbent, had a plurality of about 70,000 and in tho presidential election Harding carried Minnesota by nearly 400,000. MARRY KAKLY SAYS JUDGE rd that stato. Tho chances aro against herself and has a wonderful gjod tlmo out of life, but whose ideals anA her, however. In 1910 Senator Kel-logi J nica-sur- of progress. Slgnora Onlta Mottl, wife of a "Tho speed with which, compared wo havo banker In Milan, Italy, camo to this civilizations, with former flung a network, of good roads thru country to visit her cousin. Italy's our wilderness and mountains and quota for tho month, howovor, was across our plains, in littlo short of already filled and tho officers told Slgnora Motti that tho only way she amazing. procould ontor this country would be to "Tho first stato ject was started only 101 years ago stylo herself a domestic servant. She in Kentucky, wherr Abraham Lincoln replied "I am a gentlewoman and I would not say I was a servant to be was a boy of 12. "Traffic on wheels originated In admitted to the United States or any China and Egypt, where carts were other country." Poor Slgnora; she is waiting on Ellis Island.for her cousin first invented. moved on wheels to open up the nation's, door for her. "Thos3. first carts and axles carved out of one piece of stono. It took centuries for man to Cliiunberluin's Colic and Dlurrhoca Remedy, concclvo or the axlo being separate This medicine always wins the from tho wheels Thn old Romans, masttor road good opinion if not tho pralso of pavsd high- - ( those who use it. Try it when you builders, had twenty-nln- o in ways out of Rome. Over pavements ( havo need of such a remedy. road-bulldl- m m m" cigarettes V They are GOOD! 100 BuylhUCigantteaHiSaeeMoney If tho peoplo of Minnesota elect Mrs. Oleson to tho U. S. eenato she says "they are going to have a senator, not merely a woman, to represent thorn." "I will bo against class legislation; I think I can see a middle ground where all honest people can meet. I believe I can understand' even a tariff bill lis well as many of tho men in congress. I am against Newberrylsm." Being a mother, it is but natural that Mrs. Oleson will fight child labor. Mr. Oleson, who is a school superintendent, and Mrs. daughter will aid Olesen's her In her campaign. Of Minnesota's 18 senators since her admission to the Union in 18C8, 1G havo been Re publican, If Mrs. Oleson la elected I she will bo tho fourth Democratic 'and tho first woman senator from of tho "In only about ono-thldivorce cases that come Into court, tho woman is to blame," says Judge Babath, of Chicago. Tho best cure for dlvorco, ho says, is "early mar- Tlage at 18 and 21, ero life's golden dream la tarnished." Judge Sabbath If you feel "blue," "No account," Is Buttering from a nervous strain, lazy, you need a good cleaning out. having so far heard 6500 divorce Ilerblne Is the right thing for thii cases. No 'wonder! purpose. It stimulates the liver, tones up the stomach and purities the MORE l'KAISB FOR "FLAPPER" bowels. Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m The modern girl is maligned too . much, according to Mrs-- P. 0. Pros- USED R. R. PASS ILLEGALLY ton, former wife or rresiaont uieve- newspapers land. In her opinion Judgo Bakor in EJkins, W. Va and magazines' do wrong to abuse tho "flapper." "This type" she eas, "la federal court fined Miss Edith Twigg tho vigorous, independent, physical $500 and cost after she pleaded guilty ly healthy young girl who thinks for to the illegal uso of a railroad pase conduct aro Just as high as those of any previous generation, if not higher. She Is one. of tho finest assets to a community. She has a koin and Inquiring mind and takes an active Interest in public, questions She plays her full part in athletics and social life, but she also takes the. keenest interest in social and political questions and, as she grows older, be. comes active In overy form of benofl-cl-al community effort." V Jflfce Hartford Republican Published Weekly by .frARTFORD PI11NTINQ COMPANY Incorporated W. 8. TINSLKl, Editor , and Business Manager. Vollva'fl pollco liavo been supplied BURLEY POOL SUES with blank:its, and women violating FAYETTE GROWER the new law will bo enveloped In one of these blankets nnd hustled off to Mcmlxr Charged With Failure To Jail. Deliver 75,000 Pound As . l. m Contracted. LILL1E I). WARD Llllle D. Ward, daughtMr of Corvls Lexington, Ky., July 10. The Hurand Hannah D. Ward, was born Oct. ley Tobacco Growers' Cooperative the 8th, 1870. She went to her Association late Saturday afternoon Entered according to law at the Heavenly homo Sunday morning July took the first step to enforce Its marrontoMice, Hartford, Ky, as wall 2nd, 1922, at 8:45. 'Sho was 42 keting agreement and contract with Better of tbo second class. years, 8 months nnd 23 days old. She Its when It served papers In profess d faith In Jesus nnd Joined a suit against Garrett Watts, wealthy to Addroas all communications the Methodist Episcopal church at Fayette county farmer, alleging that Sho Hartford nopubllran. Wesley's Chapel In her early child- he violated his contract. hood days. She lived a Christian It Is charged that he failed to deNOTICE TO SUBSCIUBEItS life, was a good and dutiful daugh- liver to It under that contract more Bnbscrlbers desiring ttao paper aont ter. than 70,000 pounds of tobacco nnd Vt a, now address must glvo tbo old and helpful that he delivered only 3,550 pounds To do kind dsteds making tho request. Jadress In nnd kind and to the association. Damages In the Business Locals and Notices 10c things and to be patient 8c por lUe lor each inn ir.RHf ferine in her lingering illness sum of $3,500 and attorneys' fees of or lino, and insortlon. was her great desire. Sho always re- $1,000 additional are asked, both Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards friendly welcome smila to and fees being 6c lor t Thanks, lc por word, and money tained the and was thoughtful of damagescontract itself. provided for her friende by the and slgnautro, ch head lino m advance. tholr welfare nnd comfort. AppreClaim Evidence I Ready Cburch Notices for sorvlces freo, ciating to tho fullest every thing that The petition recites the details of advertisements, lc per t othor wao dono for ber. tho organization of the hurley as will About six weeks ago sho consecrat5qcIat(Qii, the provision In the con Anonymous communications all to Jesus to go wlth Him tract that growers who may violate rtcolvo no attention. ed In life or death, she trusted him for it shall pay five cents a pound as TELEPHONE perfect lovo that casts, out fear. For liquidated damages, as well as all 69 dayn sh3 trusted befoH the glory costs and attorneys fees, and then Farmers Mutual came, but He Is true to fulfill His goes on to say that Mr. Watts pledgAngels ' V1UDAY 14 promlico nn;l Jesus and the JUI'Y ed 75,000 pounds of tobacco, the prothumsclves to her 'about duct of 75 acres of land owned by manifested M.rrn ,!nn before she went away pud him; that he delivered to the asso Exccsflivo rains and advancing sho was perfectly satisfied and talk ciation only 3,550 pounds; that the sugar Is playing bavoc with our ed of It bo much, nnd was .'anxious io association went to the expense of acabundant crop of black berries and go and be with Him forever. quiring warehouses to reclve the A FRIEND. chlggcrsw crop of Mr. Watts and the other -members Of the association, employed recently Uncle John Shell, who HIGH GOLD VEIN IN graders and Inspectors to standardize died In his mountain tibme on Greasy COLORADO IS REPORTED the grades of burley tobacco, and pro oldCreek, was accounted to be the vided for the handling, curing and world, belngonly a est man In the Colorado Springs, Col., July 12. shipping of all tobacco entrusted to low months short of 134 years of age. Gold ore that will assay as high as the plaintiff association by its memupon the same To Teslde 100 years $20,000 a ton has been struck in the bers. Bpot had been his privilege, i He left 2,600 foot level of tho Portland mine The petition further states that due two orphan sons, ono ninety years at Victor, Col., according to Joseph formation of the assotho other seven. It Is faafe W. Ady, Jr., managing director of the notice of the old and ciation was given Mr. Watts and all held at lenBt to say that Undo John Portland Gold Mining Company, who other members of the'assoclation and two world's records. returned here last night with the that Mr. Watts, "though able to do strikes so, failed and refused to deliver to amongst the striking news of one of the biggest Tho situation made in the Cripple Creek district in the plaintiff association or to the railway shop crafts and minora does years. The ore has been found in mending or materialof the plaintiff association, or not appear to be vein, order streaks of a rich four-foly changing, although, railroads re- two and four IncheB in. width, respec- to any warehouse or plant controlled by the association, or at all, any of port that a considerable number .of one according to Ady. tively, -the tobacco embraced In defendant's have been procured to take workmen deagreement and application for memUio places of strikers, yet other CLEAR RUN bership." partments are occupying a threatenKenry Trogdon return TeMs Power of Pool. ing attitude and additional walkouts Walter and week The suit, the first of the kind fil occur almost any time. Acts of ed home Wednesday of last jnay Ind., where they had ed since the organization of the bur-le- y violence upon small scales are noted from Rockport, association, is most important to The Railroad La- been visiting relatives for ten days. here and there. Mr. and Mrs. General Hoover have that organization, for its success or bad not bor Board, up to yesterday home in Owensboro, failure will show either it has or has been able to get the warring factions returned to their Not only after spending a week with relatives not the power to enforce its contogether for a .conference. the strikers and the railroads suf- hsre. Clifton Hoover Is able to be tracts by the punishment of those Mr. who may violate them. but tha Nation fer from the walk-ou- t, being hard hit. If it out again after being confined to his as a whole is a week, With a were not for the grist in beween room for more than was return- - SALE OF POWDER It would be a good thing sore arm. Mr. Hoover tho stones PLANT IS PROBED empty inc from Owensboro with two pas to let the buhrs wear out. An not long operate. No sengers and a load of groceries, when mill would of upsetting "bettor time than the present can be he had the misfortunepassengers es- Federal Grand Jury Is Busy IncMl gating Alleged War- - . have this striks business his stage wagon. The round to incaped without injury, while Mr. Time Frauds. linally over with. Civilized and ry to his beings ought to find Hoover sustained telligent human Washington, July 12. The special equitable means for preventing such arm. o Misses Inez and Louise Skaggs of war frauds grand Jury actively occurrences, but until power to their launched Into the investigation of the conditions as give reasonable Marsden, Ind, are visiting week. sale of the Old Hickory powder plant btrikes and power to call aunt, Mrs. Viola Trogdon, this cause for today. strikes Id transferred to a third parLOUISVILLE MARKETS District Attorney Peyton Gordon, always an interly, a neutral but upon whom who Is conducting this inquiry for the ested party the people Cattle Midweek supply was fairly tho grinders feed, strikes and talk good, with demand active for the best government spent the entire time the Jury was in session presenting evi ot strikes we will always have with cattle at sttady to srong prices com dence that had been assembled by us. pared to Monday's advance. Best him. After the Jury had adjourned . licht butchers ready sale at stronger for the day he spent the remainder CAPT. DEWEESE GRADUATES prices; medium and inferior kinds of the afternoon taking additional deGood outlet positions in his office. For a week U. slow and unchanged. Capt. James M. DeWeese ot the Field Artillery service, re- for the best stockers and feeders at he has been engaged almost entirely S. Army, plain with the taking of depositions of witcently graduated from the Fort Sill, stronger prices', medium and Artillery school and lun been er kinds less active. Best steers nesses in this case. Okla., prices, Assistant Attorney General Crlm, nttached to tho 4th Field Artillery, found a good outlet at firm located at Fort Sam Hous- while medium and inbetween sort who has been in charge of the inquiry U. S. A., were unchanged. Into the Phillips and Stephens surton, Texas. Quotations: Prime heavy steers, plus lumber contract cases, is getting has long hold high Capt. DeWoese 8; heavy shipping steers, the papsrs In final shape for. the Jury rating in army circles and by' thoe $7.50 him and haying knowl- $7 3 7.50; medium to good steers, to return Its findings, which It Is Iniutlmnto with 7.75; fat dicated, will be reported before tho 7; heifers, $5 edge of his true worth, and his recent $6 5.50; medium to good end of the week. btudy and training Is expect- cows, $4.50 special 3; 4.50; cutters, $2.25 Francis T. Aside from calling ed by his friends to lead to early pro- cows, $3 Capt. DoWeeso baa many canners, $1.5002.25; bulls, $3.00 Garvan before It yesterday and armotion. friends In thla, hia native County, 4.50; feeders, $5.00 6.50; stockers, ranging for an examination of tho books of the Chemical Foundation who wish him well In his chosen field $3.0000.25; milch cows, $20.00 $60.00. the grand Jury hat not gone Into tho .lor futuro activities. Calves Demand active;' prices gale ot patents to tho foundation by steady. Best veals,$9 down; me- the alien property custodian's oftlco. TO JAIL ION CITY KN1CKER WEARERS dium and common calves $3 6. Such an inquiry, however, is expected Weighty calves slow sale. to bo taken up attcr tho lumbor cases Hogs Prices advanced" 10c. with aro out of tho way and bo carrlod on iJIon City, 111., July 9. Nix on tho knickers. This Is tho dictum of Wil- demand brisk. Top hogs 120 pounds simultaneously with tho Old Hickory bur Olcnn Vollva, supreme pontiff up $11.25; pigs 120 pounds down, probe. of Zlon, whoso righteous sensibilities-.ar- $9.90; throwouts, $8 down; stags, Tho reply of Garvan to tho formal lacerated by the flimsy and In- $0.40 down. domand of Custodian Miller tor tho Sheep and Lambs Demand active, return of tho patents to tho governsufficient attlro worn by the modern woman and particularly the flapper. with the supply of large volume. ment 1 expected by tho end of the Not so long ago Overseer Voliva's Bulk of the top lambs from $13 to week. Gnravan returned to New York vigilant arms, of the law haled a $13.25. according to'welght and qual last night, where today he is undershapely ,lady into court and caused ity; seconds, $6.50 7.B0 according stood to have been In conference with to weight and quality. Several loads counsel over the text of this reply. her to bo fined for wearing that gave a promising hint of what of strictly choice lambs sold early at It was stated at the custodian's office $13.50 13.75. The best fat sheep, today that everything was In readiwas underneath it. $3.504; ness to proceed with the suit in equiIn bathing costumes Vollva has $C down; heavy sheep. lecreted styles that carry the wearers bucks, $2.50 3. ty as soon as this reply is received, Butter Eggs and Poultry. back to the baggy days of fifty years the presumption being Garvan will Buying prices net to shipper, the refuse to surrender the patents. ago. Vollva will erect an Immense signboard ovt tho entrance to tho shipper pacing freight and drayage Custodian Miller was In conference charges, are: citv bearing this Bible quotation: with the President for more than half Eggs Candled 15 20c dozen. "Tho woman shall not wear that an hour In connection with the ChemPoultry Hens 18c lb,; springers ical Foundation and otho rallen propwhich pertaineth unto a man, neith er shall u man put on a woman's gar 1 to 2 lbs. and over 30c lb.; under erty matters. these li lbs. 25c lb.; roosters, 8c lb.; TOent; for whosoever doeth Excessive Tains havo dono consid; things Is an abomination unto Jeho ducks lie lb.; geese 8c lb.; turkeys No. 1 20c lb.; guineas $3.60 doz., erable damage to hay In, Ohio county, vah, thy God." recently. Country Butter lb. 18c. irhls is a direct slap at knickers. al Lots for Your Money Should Not Tempt You USE J CALUMET The Economy V hr BAKING POWDER That's What Millions of Housewives Do V They know that Good "'"i Baking Powder can't be (AlDMffl sold for less; that "More for the Money" means bake day failures, waste of time and money; that est by test Calumet means economy. "BT T,,r, . -- The World's Greatest Baking Powder STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluke.) Society belles make fancy skirts and then silt and slash them into little strips from' the bottom upwards to a right smart piece and not to be outdone, we go these society Janes one or two better our pants are not only slit and shredded at the lower end but have the said shredded app at the pockets and rear end. ot trusting terms with white mulo ven- lnduettl.il trouble In Mingo County, dors. Shorty carries the said ck. In wero quashed by Judge R. D. Bailey, his shoo to keep Miss Porter from of tho Mingo County Circuit Court, finding It. pros--ecutin- ar-ar.- ee the-lnju- pro-duc- Bat Nail Is small of stature but big on imagination. Ho thinks we are running a free library and readread the ing room. He comes here-tlast edition of the dally, the morning dailies, tho Hartford Herald, the Republican and also gets hla drinking water In our shop and tnlks over our phone. If there's anything left out o it halnt Bat's fault. We've had 9 men, 5 boys and a half dozen women ask us this week if it was hot enough for us. to all we said no, Its not are a summer born In August the hot waves, get along with shade lower, hot enough yU. We been colt, having we take kindly to although we could the temperature a Squire Ben Rice of Fordsvlllc.-ha- s been In town during tho greater portion of this and last week but says as how he has been, to busy to got In to see us. Wo don't know Just exactly what Ben has been doing, but wo have heard uoveral farmers around town say that thoy havo run a lean, stranger outen their spare-mad- o watermellon patches during the last ten dayB. Tug UIchard3 ot Frog Hollow camo lure last week to spend several days, but when ho found out Ben Hlco was hero for that purpose Tug took tho first train for homo. ' according to word received here toThe nction night from Williamson. was taken at the request of the MARRIAGE LICENSES attorney, who claimed Insuf' ficient evidence. Mcse Wilson. Beaver Dam to Prosecuting Attorney S. D. Stokta Smith, Beaver Dam. Floyd B. Genry, Simmons, to Mau- - told the court ho "couldn't make a case against them for lack of evircce Crowder, McIIenry. George H. Hurst, Maverly, Mo., dence. Among the Indictments striken to Hazel D. Everly, Rockport. from the docket were thoso ngalni-- t Cecil Wakeland, McHcnry, to David Robb, international field offiYoung, McIIenry. James Austin, McHcnry, to Mary cer of the United Mine Workers; C. Frank Keeney, president of District Woodcox, Echols. Archie Grant, Centertown, to Lula 17; Fred Mooney, district secretary- C. II. treasurer; A. D. Lavender, Phillips, Centertown. Tine Embry, Balzctown, to Bessie Workman, district board members, sixty-fiv- e others. Smith, Balzctown. I and about ' Evcret Ralph, McHcnry, to Grcth-e- n Mnddox, McIIenry. HARNETT'S CREEK James Leach, McHcnry, to Euva A'shby, McHertry. Mrs. Mnud Trogdon and little son, Charles T. Annls, Lognnuport, to Johnnie, spent Sunday night with Lagrada Allen, Select. Lonnlo Lee, Beaver Dam, to Grace their daughter and sister, Mrs. Ethel Rhoads. McFarland, McHenrj. Mrs. Ona Hussey and little son, MINERS ARE FREED Charles, spent this week with Mrs. IN MIXGO, W. VA., CASES Hussey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover. Mrs. Med Chapman has returned Charleston W. Va., July 12. Indictments against members and of homo from a several days' visit In ficers of the United Mlno Workers .Owensboro. containing counts of murder, arson Mrs. Sallle Hoover Is on the sick and conspiracy, in connection with llbt. Ar-mlnJ AUCTION SALE Saturday, July 15, 1922 Promptly at 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. No Soonerl No Later! Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, r i It's a tlno accomplishment to bo a good thinker, an admlrablo trait to bo a good talker, but with tho. ayer-ag- o conversationalist a good listener la classed with tho most Intelligent of all and a man ot real art. ' Hatsc A big crop ot Juno brides Insures grist for tho divorce mills. Wo can always toll from Ernest Birkhead's appearanco whethor many people aro answering the last blowing of Gabriel's trumpet. Blrk. looks happiest when he's selling more shrouds and coffins, and Scud's frequently on the front seat of "Black Marlab." Alec Porter ot Jackson's Purchase was In to seo us while in town the other day and ho said the. reason he withheld that chQck with thq home-brorecipe on the reverse side- - was duo to the fact that he had to make about all ho got to drink In Paducah) as ho had not been able to get on w These are Short Lengths, Odds and Ends from our regular stock. The thing may be offered that will just suit you. The highest bidder will get each and every piece offered. When we sell goods in the store we have only ONE PRICE. Now you can have these at YOUR OWN PRICE. Store will be closed during auction hours. Auction at Back Door. POSITIVELY nothing will be wrapped, taken back or exchanged. Be sure you are right. J. T. VINSON & SON Beaver Dam. Ky. HORACE TAYLOR. Auctioneer. -- fl v I A rhyto Sallcl for tho Liver. Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism. JULY Mill-En- d Mrs. F. L. Compton, Whltisvllle, Mrs J. C. Hill, city, Is making nn extended visit with hir father, Mr. Is the truest of Judgo and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, city. M. P. Maddox, Kronos. Honey Ford, of Fordsvlllo, was, the guest ot frl nds In this city, Mr Sunday and Sunday nig'jr. FOR 8ALIJ 1 Ton Truck In condition, $250. Call JOE PARK, Hartford, R. first-clas- s 5. Sale! ad-vanta- Mr. Dick Williamson, of Greenhas ville, was tho wciok-enMiss Virginia Lauterwnsser guest of returned home from a few days vIbU Judge and Mrs. Jno. II. Wilson, elty. to Miss Annetta Mae Held, of Rock-por- t. cl Mrs. M. F. Faught and little daughter, Mrs. Louanna Rowan, and Mrs. 0. W. Brunton, of Memphis, little daughter of McHenry Route 1, Tenn., Is visiting her parents, Mr. were pleamnt callers at this office, and Mrs. Milton Park, In the Central Tuesday. Grove country. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter, of Pa- with ducah, spent the week-en- d friends and relatives in Hartford and the Heflln community. Mr. and Mrs. Clarencrt Moore re- Gm)ci Man M itm&tk s TnJeMark&e&slavd 33o.a4 t Sale is attracting large crowds of eager buyers who are taking of our unusually low prices. Most every day adds new, fresh, clean merchanOur Mill-En- d ge turned to their homo In Owensboro today, after spending a wcok in nnd near this city, tho guests Mooro's relatives. of Mrs. dise to our list of Special Values. Remember, a general reduction in all our departments prevails, while thousands of yards of Mill-Enin Ginghams, Percales, Sheeting, ds Bleach and Brown Domestic, Crash, Organdies, Voiles, Pongee, etc., were bought for this special sale. Remember, school begins this month; these short lengths make ideal dresses and waists for the girls and boys. It will be wisdom on your part to see Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrin will Mr. and Mro. Charles L. Taylor and go to Hawesvllle tomorrow or SunJr., of littlo son, Charlci Leland, day to ho at the hedslde of Mr. Heav-rln- 's Danville, aro tho guests of Mr. Tayvery ill. mother, who Is lor's father, Mr. II. B. Taylor and other relatives In tho Prcntls3 Mrs. Gilmore Keown and little daughter, Ruth Virginia, of Lexington, will arrive here Monday for an Mrs. E. E. Blrkhend roturned home extended visit with relatives. Wednesday afternoon, from a north dIs- Miss Louise Cooper, of Evansville, ern trip, Including a visit to her Wednes- ter, Mrs. Marvin Bean, and Mr. Bean, Ind., arrived in Hartford day, to spend a week with her aunt, of Akron, Ohio, and tho Niagara Falls. Mrs. A. B. Riley and Dr. Riley. this wonderful assortment of special values, and then, better still, for you to lay in a liberal supply. Sale continues throughout the month. Don't let this opportunity slip. abel ani1 Miss Myrtle Park, who for some Ellen Misses Ma Moore, of Louisville, are the guests time has hben employed In Dotrolt, of their grandmother, Mrs. M. J. Ross Mich., has arrived at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miltonr Park, and other relatives In this city. of the Central Grove neighborhood, Mrs. Clyde Hamby, of Earllngton, to .spend the summer. guest of Mr. and was tho week-en- d Misses Cliffle and Mcrcedcoc Balrd, Mrs. Sidney Williams, city. Mr. Ham-b- y city, went to Owensboro Monday, to was also their guest. Saturday. visit their slstor, Mrs. B. S. ChamMiss Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walker of berlain, and Mr. Chamberlain. Fordsville, are the parents of a baby Cllffici returned homo Tuesday, while boy, born July 4th. The young man Miss Mercedese will spend a week or ., '.ft! K'M't two. has been christened, Charles Hart. There is a world of comfort and satisfaction for women in a perfect fitting stocking. Buster Brown Hosiery fits snugly at the foot and ankle and has plenty of elasticity at the knee. For Women we offer silk hose from $0.50 to $3.50 in gray, nude, polo brown, black- and white in plain and clocked styles. We are having quite a demand for Women's imported lisle hose with vertical lace stripes in all the newest shades. These are most reasonably priced at 50c per pair. We especially advise Buster Brown Hosieiy for children, because of its remarkable endurance. Among our newest' numbers are the drop stitched and novelty ribbed sox in 4 length ranging in prices from 25c to 50c. If you have never worn Buster Brown Hosieiy, then it would pay you to get acquainted with our line, for once a man has bought Buster Brown Hosiery, he will accept no other. 3-- 'W. IRGb, Jhe Hartford Republican j KKIDAV, UX U EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. SMOKE PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Phyto Sallcl at all Dealers. In Dr. E. P. Rogers, Hartford Tuesday. Mr. W. M. rordsille, was Hamilton, of Cromwell, was in Hartford Wednesday. 1 T?rnbnA..t Mr. and Mrs, James A. Tnto of .t.orft In fnwn TtlPhdftV. Mr. E. G. Barrass, city, mado a business trip to Central City, jester day. J. Glenn Barnes returned Monday from Owensboro, where he had spent flvo days. m Mr. in Cures Mnlaria, Chills, Fever Bilious Fever, Colds unci C0t20t LaGrlppe. M. Route 1, was an appreciated culler at tuts office Tuesday. Mr. Isaac Foster, who is employed, City, spent tho weok-on- d l family here. with his n. Crumps, Horso Branch, f has returnod Vina Hamlet relafrom a.several weeks' visit with County. tives in Allen . '' Friday Mra. Helen Igleheart left ot last week, for an extended visit , with relatives in Owensboro. "Miss spn, Mrs. Foster Bennett and little Foste spent Sunday in William theguests of relatives. Louisville, Mr. Edward Ford, of guest of friends and relative was the week. in this city a few days this n, Jarnagan, of Cromwell, guest ot Mr. and Mrs. R. U. was the Martin, city, Thursday night of last week. Miss. Mary ,j - Mrs. Glover Cary and Miss Irene Mrs. Mollie Herring has returned to her home in Beaver Dam, after Glenn, of Calhoun, arrived in this spending several days in thei Pleasant elty Wedniny, to be the guests of Ridge community, the guest of Misses Lettie, Margaret and Mary M.irks. Mrs. Gary returned' yesterday, while Miss Glenn will remain for Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis B. Taylor of rtveral days 'Johnson City, Tenn., are visiting Mr. .Taylor's father, Mr. H. B. Taylor and Miss Evelyn Jones, who spent a other relatives in the Prentiss month in this city, the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Florence Allen, and other relatives, will return to her Dr. Rll y announces that he is pre- home in Madisonvlllq tomorrow, acpared to test eyes and fit spectacles companied by her cousin, Miss Marv along with his other specialties: Louise Tappan. Miss Tappan will Ph)to Sallcl for the Blood. treating disorders of the. ear, nose return Monday. and throat. Judge R. R. Wedding was In Little Miss Mary Virginia Elgin Monday, on business. Misses Adelade Longest and Mar- will return to Adairvllle today, after Beauchamp, of Hawesvllle, ar- spending several days in this city. Prof. Roy H. Foreman, of Rock- - garet rived in this city yesterday afternoon AccomDanled by Miss Mildred Elgin port, was In Hartford Tuesday. with Miss Mar to spend the week-en- d she will go to Lexington for a visit Caroline Pate. tha before returning to her home in Mr. R. H. Taylor, Beaver Dam, was Montgomery, Ala. a caller at this office yesterday. Misses Mary Majorie and Eva Jean Crowder, Central City, were the' Mr. Eari Barnes, accompanied by Mr. Charles Hoberecht, of Fords-llle- , week-en- d guests of their grandmothMr. Johi- Gregory, of S'fubenvllle, was In Hartford Tuesday. er. Mrs. Charlotte Brown, at the New Chlo, an '.veil in this city Sunday, to Commercial Hotel. be the guests of Mr. Barnes' parents, Esq. J. L. Patton, Hartford Route D. H. Barnes. Mr. Gre6, was a welcome visitor at this ofJudge W. H. Barnes and son, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. tc Steubeiivill1 Wedgory returnel fice, Tuesday. J. Glenn, city, will leave tomorrow nesday afternoon, but Mr. Barnej will for a motor trip thru the north, vis- remain a few dajs longer. Pittsburg and Mr. Henry Taj lor, city, visited iting Indianapolis, relatives In 0 ensboro the flrbt of Washington, en route. Messrs. Dick Wllllarasont Greenthe present week. ville, Powell Tlchenor, Central Grove, Mrs. J. P. Casebier and son, J. C. Quito a bunch of tho faithful at- spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Case-bler- 's Curtis Maple, city and Misses Martha tended the ball game at Beaver Dam parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burch Pate and Anna Rhea Carson, city, Sunday. They Sunduy afternoon. Bell, and other relatives in the Pleas- motored to Owensboro drove to Hawesvllle that evenalso ant Ridge neighborhood. ing where they were guests at dinMr. Eerctt Simpson, left Sunday daugh- ner, of Miss Adelade Longest. little Mr. J. L. Sallee,-n- d for Paducah, where ho will bo emter, Dorcas, of East St. Loula, 111., ployed in a garage. Prof. W. S. Taylor, Assistant Direcspent from Sundax until Tuesday in Cen- - this city, tho guests of Mr Salleo'n tor of tho Teachers' Bureau of the Miss Margaret Williamson of of Public with mother-in-laMrs. P.. R. Wedding Pennsylvania Department tertown, spent tho wOck-en- d Instruction, located at Harrisburg, AVeddlng. Miss Leila Glenn, city. .nd Judgo spent from tho 1st to tho 5th In Ohio Wednesday Mason and llttte son, County, tho guest ot his father;Mr. H. Mrs. Robert Miss Bessie Morton left grandfor Louisvllo, tor an extended stay Edwin Phillip, of Lexington, arrived B. Taylor, Prontlsa, and his Sallyo Harris in this city Wedneeday of last week, father, Mr W B Render and family, with her neico, Misa to mako an extended visit with rela- city. Bean. tives. Mr. Mason will JoId them Mrs., Vernon P. Ligon and little Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Rial and littlo tho first of next month. son, Vernon P. Jr., returned to their city, wero tho daughter, Anna" Laura, NocreeHt, hornet in Frnnkfort, Ky., Friday of ICIJ CREAM SUPPER guests of friends in Central City, July 15tbi Given un- last week, after spending a month in Saturday night, Sunday. der tho ausplcies ot the Ladles aid, Hartford, the guests of Mrs. Llgon's Louisville, of tho Nocreek Methodist churohi pnrentsv Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle, Miss aiadys Bennott, of acwill nrrlvo today to spend two weeks Proceeds to go' fdr tha benefit of the and other relatives. , Mrs. Plrthl companied her daughter to Q:30 o'clock. parents, Mr. and MrsyD. church. Starts at with S. Bunnott. ,Mrs. Foti Rogers and daughters, Dr. J. B. Tappan, city. Mrs. G. W. Mrs. J. D. Duke, city, was tho guest Miss Lottie Mae and little Mies Ida A. Carter and B., of Lexington, are the guests of Brunton, Memphis, Tenn., Miss Myrof her brother, Mr. A. Kir-b- y Mrs, Carter, Hartford Route-- 1, a few Mrs. Rogers' sister, Mrs. Isaac Foster, tle Park, Detroit, Mich., Messrs. and Aubrey Park, Central Grove, Hotel, city. Mr. at tha Commercial days last week. to Owensboro Tuesday, motored Rogers spent Sunday with them. where Miss Park underwent an operahomo Mr. Chester Leach returned Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Lloyd and lit- tion for the removal of her tonsils. Monday nfterrfoon, from Kansas City, been, in a hospital tor tle daughter, of Shelby, Ohio, are Sho remained until Wednesday, the where ho had the guests of Mr. Lloyd's father, Mr. others returning Tuesday the past few weeks. C. T. Lloyd and Mrs. Loyd of near Self Sealing Mason Jars keep the Mr. McDowell A. Fogle spopt a few Narrows, and Mrs. Lloyd's father, Mr. fruit. No mold; no loss. Indianapolis, Ind., J. W. Daniel, of Olaton, Route 1. days last week, In Pints (Hold more than ordinary the guest of his sister, Mrs. T. B. $1.00 Carrie Williams and sister, pints) per doz Mrs. Petrio and Mr. Petrlo. ..1.15 Miss Dora Gibson, of Shreveport, La., Quarts, per doz. . . , per doz. ...30c Mossrs. Paul Her, Rockpqrt, and arrived In Hartford lae--t Saturday to Tops (with rubbers) Come In and let us show them to Arnold Likens, city, left Monday af- be the guests of Judge and Mrs. J. money. They'll ternoon for Macon, da., where thoy1 g. Glenn, and otheVtrlends and rela- you ' We'll save jou tives In Ohio'Cdunty,' the remainder save your trult. entered the Struby school of WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. l ot this month. o - Carson (L Co Hartford, Kentucky. Good Year TIRES In order to reduce our stock in Good Year Fabric Tires we are making a big reduction on all of our Fabric Tires for this week, and you that are in need of any Casings can not afford to pass these prices up as you will note below that these prices are very low for the best tires made : $ 8.65 30x3 Good Year Plain Tread 30x3 Good Year Diamond Tread . . . 10.50 10.00 30x3 V Good Year Rib Tread 30x3i Good Year Diamond Tread. . 12.25 32x3yH Good Year Diamond Tread . . 15.50 31x4 Good Year Diamond Tread. . . 17.75 32x4 Good Year Diamond Tread ., . 21.00 33x4 Good Year Diamond Tread-- . . 22.25 Inner Tubes will also, go at a reduction. . ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORP, KY. hr BASE BALL At HARTFORD Sunday, July 16, 1922 R0CKP0RT vs. HARTFORD. ' Rockport has been taking all comers. Hartford will have the best line-u- p of the season. Come out and see the fastest game to date. Admission 35c. Game called at 3:00 p. m. L FARM DEPARTMENT. 4 cents. Tho dotalls and figures obtnincd In these tests nro available-upoapplication to tho department. 1- -5 SAlE "" wjy 111 BIBLE THOUGHTS For This Week Tha manufacture of peanut oil has "been stimulated a great deal In recent years because of the ravages of cotthe cotton boll weevil In reducing I'ea--nu- ts growing In certain sections. ton are grown in place of cotton. Before 1914 very llttlo of the oil was made, only 460,000 pounds being produced In 1012, but by 1918 the DiLU Thoughts mnorfirl. will proro ft grown to be tho largest fur market IciiiK Necessary Kwn When Milk Is pncvieu ncniajr in uicrycara. Delivered ut Night. .nS and fur consuming country in the utarognr ir tttT 'nnr Some milk distributors who would world. not think of sending out loads or day without Icing do Encouraging reports of tho Hs milk during tho GOD CARES FOR HIS OWN! Ice the milk delivered by their fly situation are received by the- not sinn wagons to the consumer's doorstep at And they bIiuII be mine, r a 1 h tho United States Department of Agriculnight, giving as their reason that Lord or hosts, in tlint day when I ture from Indiana, Illinois, Missouri night delivery Is more rapid. The U. make up my jewels; and I will Bpnre Central Tennessee and California. S. Department or Agriculture, In a tb em, as a man spareth his own son quantity turned out by crushers In alone of the States reporting seems to recent statement, calls attention to that scrvoth lilm. Malachl 3:17. thlB country was about 50,000,000 be seriously Infested. GOD WILL GUIDE THEE: Bo yo the fact that milk delivered to the pounds. At the same time Imports consumer's home a night often is In not as tho horse, or as tho mule, 27,400,-00- 0 "Weather Ilurenti Helps Bankers. Increased from 7,600,000 to greater need of icing than that which which havo no understanding: whoso pounds. Evidence of the connection between Is delivered during the day. mouth must bo held in and with bit banking and weather was afforded important consideration, says and bridle. I will instruct theo and The ,. Ttequests for Information on wen-!- recently when a Federal Reserve the department, is the time elapsing tench tluo In tho way which thou of every description, Bank in a middle western city sends . .ntwiitinns between taking the milk from the shalt go. Psalm 32:9-8Hlii anger WEEPING: past, present and future, come to the to the Weather Bureau of the United plant until it Is placed In the con JOY FOR "Weather Bureau or me uimeu States Department of Agriculture for sumer's refrigerator. The fact that endureth but a moment; in Ids favor States Department of Agriculture. climatologlcal reports on certain sec the dealer delivers It quickly does not is life; weeping- may endure- - for n asked, tions in another state. The bank Is a correspondent Itoccntly mean that it will reach tho refrigera- night, but Joy comcth In tho morn of local would happen If all the pre- interested in the effect "What tor quickly. Bottles delivered at the ing. Pralm 30:5. vailing winds were reversed?" Here's weather on crops. It can afford to door usually are not taken in until THE ONLY SAFE TRUST: Some a point equal to molasses and feath- lend money if the rainfall is sals after the sun has been up for some trust In chariots, and isomjr-- In horses; but wo will remember th ers for furnishing endless entertain- factory and other conditions make the time. ment to those who have nothing else prospects bright for a good yield. A During the summer months It Is name or the Lord our God. Psalm dry season means poor returns and very important that milk on delivery 20:7. to think about. an unsafe risk for the bank. One of wagons be well Iced. When milk Is Acquaint THE WAY TO PEACE: eat more the Jobs of the Weather Bureau Is to and lie at Children will often In at once, it now thyself with him, served, furnish accurate information of this liable not to be taken bread If different kinds are should arrive at the doorstep at a peace; thereby god chail com unto lunch at kind. especially for the basket temperature of 50 degrees F. or low- thee. Job 22:21. says Ye school or the hot scholo lunch, THE WAY TO FREEDOM: er. If the ordinary Agri180,000 Miles Of Itontls In Federal. cases are used and stacked not more shall know the truth, and tho truth tho United States Dpartment of Sometimes so simple a Aid S)tcm Planned. culture. than two high, it Is necessary to ice shnll make jou free. John The chief of the Bureau of Public only the top row, as the cold air will change as baking the bread In a new THINK OF THE HARVEST: form a twist, for example, Instead Roads of the United States Depart pass down to the others. Whntsoevcr a man sowcth, that shall Ordibutment of Agriculture . will probably nances, says the department, may he also reap. Galntlns 0:7. of a loaf or cutting bread and a child's relish for never personally inspect all of tho ter will Increase well prohibit the delivery of milk at roads provided a temperature higher than 50 deIt. So, too, will a change of flavor, system of Federal-ai- d obtained by adding a few raisins for by the Federal Highway Act and grees F. FOR FLETCHER'S for which initial appropriations have dried currents or nut meats. Consumers may help by placing a tJ been made. properly insulated container on the AriThe system is being designed to doorstep, In which tne milkman may Government Hunter kills Bipffcst zona Grizzly. NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS serve the whole country and will be put the bottles o! mill: in 180,000 miles Tho biggest and most notorious approximately Missouri Clarion Our idea of a grizzly bear in Arizona was killed length. Should he make an inspec Take care of the farm woodlands, during the first week In June by a tion, traveling at the rate of 30 miles advises the Forest Service of the good automobllo salesman la one-- who Government hunter employed by the an hour, 8 hours a day on all work United States Department of Agri- can sell a Ford to Senator Newberry. United ing days, and not go over any mile of the Biological Survey Keep the stock out they of Agriculture, af- twice, it would require nearly two culture. powder Blade Talcum Toledo States Department Injure the young seedlings and trees. years to complete the considerable time and effort had and one-ha- lf sells for $10,000 a ton retail while ter Woodland and pasture land are most $25 a been npent in trying to capture him. Job. profitable whe.i managed separate- talc at tho mins la priced nt skin and skull of the bear ton. Coal dcaloiH still have a loi The ly. The home forest, If well cared al Developing Hardy Breed for Dalrjing for, will supply all the timber which to learn. were turned over to the predatory-animinspector for the district, who In Alaska. the farm needs for buildings, fence In some of the valleys of Alaska and fuel. placed them on exhiibit for a few Louisiana Journal If instead oi boring holes In tho earth for oil evdays in a prominent store in ruc-- ( where grain and forage crops do well on to dairying seems to be desirable and dig a hole and plant a nix. Ariz., and then sent them No especial apprehension need be erybody would This bear is positively many farmers have taken it up on a Washington. year in regard to floods in fruit tree there would be millions In felt this identified as a grizzly, altho its body small scale. The U. S. Department the Columbia River. According to it. A fruit tree is almost a sure -nearly black and its nose and of Agriculture is trying to develop a was United thing. An oil well Is a guess. color. It hardy breed or cattle for that climate the Weather Bureau of the Hanks were cinnamon or Agr'culturi' States Department one Argus There's weighed Irom 1,200 to 1.D00 pounds, by crossing the Galloway and Brookfield the Columbia River Is on its sood 7 feet 3 Inches but in the meantime behavior, and Uii continue so unless cood thing about being a nobody. ItB skin measured and standing on Milking Shorthorns have been introan ass of yourself Irom tip to tip. When hot snells m"j't the snow oil the When you make newspaper don't send reporters Its hind legs the bear could have duced at two of the department sta- mountains too tuddenly. Vv a. the The stretched up a distance of 8 feet. The tions, as they are considered fairly mette, which is affected by har-r,for the particulars. long. hardy and in addition to being good ater from th& Columbia, went to ckull is 1C inches on Somebody milk producers are good beef animals Hood stage the-- 21st or May, but has The grizzly's persistent preying rrovldence Journal wants, to know the names of the live stock cost cattle owners at least a combination or qualities desired in caused no t'juble thus far. 525,000. according to conservative this rigorous region. The animals 12 createst American men." Almost One man, however, upon brought In were secured in Iowa and any man will find it easy to make up estimates. Cooperative arrangements for a most of Minnesota. whose range the bear lived list until be gets to the other 11. Inspection of frultsand shipping-poin- t nenei the time wepressed the $75,000xnai i vegetables in California In common worth Persons Interested in Bird Banding Birmlncham News Father used to hear had eaten fully States are being with other Wir-:Survey Should Get Permits. authority, then mother, or his cattle. The Biological etrected by the United States Depart- be first in Inspector reported that the bear killFederal permits are necessary In ment or Agriculure and State mar- then the children, then the servants. week, all cases ror rework, says ed 12 head of cattle within one California. A con- Tho modern order is exactly the purebred Hereford bull the Biological Survey or the United keting officials in among them a commis- verse, usually. of Western State or Agriculture. ference weighing 1.800 pounds. Cows and States Department were the , The survey is anxiouS to have as sioners or agriculture was recently however, young calves, Life Bootleggers refuse- - to Join held at Sacramento to discuss shipbear's favorite food. He would eat many collaborators as possible, hue ping point inspection work. , the light "wine and beer union urged of success depends largely on complete by Gorapers. They prefer Volstead's the udder of a cow or the stomach and then kill another animal. cooperation between officials and col. open shop. a calf When you feel lazy, out of sorts laborators. Ho never went back to me carcass daytime, Slntft nermits also are renuired in and yawn a good deal in the second time. Providence Bulletin The question many cases. Some states Issue them you can charge it to a torpid liver Is, shall the ocean be "dry?" Five scrub bulls will be eliminated without charge to collaborators, when which has allowed the system to get trom Campbell County dairy herds as notified by the Biological Survey that full of impurities. Herbine cures Detroit News Anyhow, the Rusa result of the recent organization of the applicant has a Federal permit. all disorders produced by an Inactive sian ruble has accomplished somea cooperative purebred Jersey sire Others have taken the position that liver. It strengthens that organ,m thing. It has given the sedentary association in that county, according the Federal permit is sufficient au- cleanses the bowels and puts tho word "trillion" a chance to get out In good healthy condition. Price to County Agent H. F. Link. The or- thority. Each operator should bo inand tako a llttlo exercize. Sold by Ohio County Drug ganization is made up of 25 farmers formed as to the attitude of his' 60cf m America Fellowship Forum who own about 150 cows. In addi- State gamo ofriclals and be prepared Company. o-county has a cooperative to cooperate with them at all times. tion, the boa.sta at lea-i- t one bona fide "bounc151,550 MOTOR TKUCKH purebred Holstein sire association. ing baby boy" tho Florida child that MADfi IN JUST ONK YKAH was born In n Ford. Affecting Cost of Muny Factors , Homemade Bread. A number of Union County farm-or- e Interesting statistic on tho wonIf Jack Tests in the experimental kitchen are showing lively interest in the Syracuse value of limestone for soil Improve- or the United States Department or derful growth of tho motor truck Dempse were only a congresuman, ment, County Agent L. C. Brewer Agriculturo show that the quality of Industry during tho past year: what a pleasuro It would bo to have 154,550 says. S. W. Blue recently shipped flour used, tho retail price paid for It, Total Production Sonator Tom Wnton of Ocorgla dlf-f$160,082,000 in two carloads to be used on his the method of buying, whether In Wholosalo Value with him. 1,127,482 near Morganfield. His results smnll quantities or by 'the barrel, the Total Registration farm 148,553 with the material have been so satis- bread formula used, tho kind and N. Y. State Registration Boston Tiatwcript Following tho 150,000 lino o the least resistance le what factory that he Intends to use two price of fuel, tho sort or oven used, Trucks on Farms 1,500 .'makeo rlvcra and mou crooked. carloads annually for tho next flvo and tho number or loaves made at No. of Exp. Co's years. ono tlmo are all factors arfectlng tho Capital Invested In Truck Manufacturing $289,334,000 Tho IrlsJi Fellowship final cost of tho homemado loaf or Forum $36,014,800 must outgrow tho delusion that Pat Value of Parts eradication of cattle tubercu- bread. The 230 In case or a batch of five loaves for Number of Factories . . ,. losis la going forward with good and rial are synonymous with patriot. 2,552 In McLean county, according which materials wero bought iu small Truck Dealers results Pifty-wsve- n Is Chicago Blado No currency quautltlea and which wero baked In to County Agent R. H. Ford. animals recently were tested In an uninsulated gnu ovon when can surficlently elastic to stretch from earning capacity to desire. ono day in connection with the cam- cost $1.20 a thousand feet, a single paigns being conducted against the pound loaf was fouud to cost 7 3 For Infants and Children cents. Tho recipe called for shortBrooklyn Eagle Sir Arthur Conan disease. No reactors were found. ening, sugar, and coiupressotl yeast. In Use For Over Years Doyle says there are mischievous splr. 'its. Now we know who moves the -JIundreds of tons or limestone are Milk was not used in the formula Always bears jff county tested and would have increased the by Lincoln being crushed from the place we're certain SIgnaufre of CLO&ffi&&AAl we left it. Tanners who will use the material on cost of the bread, A batch or eight loaves was made their rarmB this fall in an effort to Improve their soils, County Agent C. by a more economical formula, and STORK GIVES GOOD MEASURE Life They must have been circull lating the history of Ireland in China. U. Elston says. Four hundred tons all materials, though bought at prices, were purchased to betrecently have heen crushed in the While volplaning over Venice, Cal., "Strong" flour recently the proverbial stork broke a National Tribune Even la China Hubble community while the state ter advantage. crusher, which is being used for the which gives a high bread yield was wing and dropped its entire cargo ot one sldo Iu telling the other to be for additional selected, and it was bought by tho four baby boys Into the home or Mr. good or Washington will get after work, Is scheduled work throughout the summer and barrel, as the farm woman would bo and Mrs. J. F. Elliott. Five Elliott them. likely to buy it. Dried yeast was us- children greeted the little ones with fall. ed, shortening was omitted, and tho much gusto. Mr. Elliott who forAs soon as National Republican Tho fur trado bat developed exten-elve- ly baking was dono in a kerosene range. tunately is a carpenter, will begin the soviet government announced within the last 25 years, and Under these conditions tho cost of a work at once enlarging tho family that it wanted a billion dollar loan, loaf was found to bo only domicile. it was ot course necessary to adjourn jn this period the United Stotets has 1 open-bottom 2. A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $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. ntul invite tho Genoa conference Unci Sam to attend tho next meeting. 3 !Pt Chicago Blade Somo pcoplo use correct English and some use English that everybody understands. HOW SHE WON HIM Children Cry CASTO R Sho couldn't knit, She couldn't suw; She had no wit, Her mind was slow Sho couldn't paint (Abovo her hair;) Her voice was faint; Sho had no air. She couldn't dance, She couldn't sing. Nor throw a trance, Nor anything. Sho couldn't bake. She couldn't stew, But, mercy sake, How she could brow! New York Herald. Succeed when everything cite fails. In n:tvcus prostration and female wetdmesse they ate the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified, ectrie itlers it ii the best medicine ever sold over a dtuggis 's counter. 'OjWH llll WWW W FOR KIDNY,LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE Every DIRECTORY Ohio County CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in Mnrch, May and July; third Monday in September and fourth Monday in November: George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro U,1KC Glover H. Cary, Coru'th. Attorney Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. B. H. Ellis. Master Commissioner Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday in each R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: Mack Cook, Iris Render, Georgo P. Jones. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT Convenes first Monday in each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Mon day in January; first Tuesday In April and October. R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- town. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. lth District J. R. Murphy, Fords-vllle. m s.r.J by ISasaLFr. 5Cr. dnjnmu. BalM.Mw.j yigJ. Thf PaiionTtJrtCompaar. U Hu itxon&fT FOR PFRnNAf UVniFNC Dissolved in water for douche stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. ,..- PinUiam Med. Co. far n A healing wonJer for nasal catarrh. ore uiroat and sore ye tconoicicaL cfttAtifif and fcmucjJal tvwtf. A. HKiV sf 71 Mothers T use - ? RevS month: Judge VeriMfoge f -- iur UK umurui i c.r. t c.t: j Kenedy for Worm Seventy fivoyean contin-nou- s use is tkabest testimonial FIEY'S VERMIFUCE can offer you. Keep a bottle alwaya on ' hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30eaboleatrouidni((at'aor general atoie; or it your daalcr can'iaupplyyou.rendhiinama and 30c in stamps and ve'U send you bottU promptly. L a S. Fan. BiltLMri, UL m bird-bandi- S3 m 5th District syfa-te- Post-Standa- rd cr .... .... Sam H. Holbrook, Hart ford, R. F. D. No. 4. Gth District Mack Martin, Narrows, R. F. D .No. 2. 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. BOARD OF EDUCATION Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason Convenes First Monday in every month. Mrs. 1. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, Secretary-Treasure- r. nnd R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- rord, R. F. D. No. 3. Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. io WILL YOU. TAKE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY .W OHIO MEDICAL CO. A ' TreifuM) for WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION teellnr. A quick relit I (or that tired, couchi. pa Ids In chest, aleht sweats, hemor ibises, weak lungs or consumption. It it dost Mtfcttp yo it cost you Belhini. COLUMBUft O. FOR. ONE MONTH lock box ete Examinations. For Common School Dlplomns Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan uary, and Second Fridav and Satur USE LI V-VER-- 1-- C ASTO R rA 30 - ice-pi- ck re-ta- day in May. To be held In Fords-villBeaver Dam and Hartford. For Teachers Certificates Third Friday and Saturday in May, June Except notice Is nnd September. J given to tho contrary the latter examinations will be held in Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS R. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner Peeltrtght all tho time. Don't UyM Fordsvllle. from work for days by taking calomti Survcjor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle when pleasant keeps yof Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, while relieving your trdnb le. Safer too, and easy to take. DosX Run. take anything else, you can't affora HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses Byx Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in Its actions, but Muyor W. C. Blankenship. in its effect and ocrtainin results. Ii Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. won't be long before U.YV-axw- il KOCKPORT completely displaco calomel in evert Robert L. Green, Judge.. nome.1. Children can take it freely mm with perfect Bafety. Every bottle guarL, Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. anteed. 60c and (1 in bottles NoaWT Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and stgatW W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. tar X I K. Grijj.by. For sale by " SU11J MaBont TreaBurpr, ' For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles ot Constipation., Uo-Vr-L- ax jj f I .IJHe..1 1 J. RICHMOND MAN tli" Japanese comulata at Honolulu. Olio of (lie ni?n told the priest that he wns "an American citizen nnd not subject to serve In the Japanese at- FACTS m " The other simply tore up the puni irons. The Incident ils looked upon slg- CASE jnirirant of the attitude being ns taken by the younger generation of Japa- n e In the Ulnnds, who nro thought r cr- - to be drifting away from the Influ- i CIlce of lllelr government owing to E. Criddle, ipm. ini.w staueniinp 3uzutroi.8ujv Completely they lire surrounded. I I nArrtn niTnAturv TABOOED IN FRANCE ' ' Paris, Jully S. Paris, which only recently Installed traflic policemen, Is preparing to replace somo of them ABOUT with mechanical semaphores and n nnd white lights. Hud 'em for years on Fifth avenue? Yes, but Paris its a different m. r story. Critics of Parisian traffic lie rceis regulation are asked by the Paris poSays R. son lice departmtnt to try to devise n Since Tanlac moans to block signal a horde ot Relieved Him of Long-Standin- g Surgeons agree thnt In oases of tempermentnl taxi drivers thru a' Stomach Trou- Cuts, Burns Unices and Wounds the "carrefour." A "carrefour" Is a first treatment Is most Important. place where streets come togetlnT. ble. jWhon nn efflclont antiseptic is ap It took half a dozen patrolmen plied promptly, thoro Is no danger of under the recently established system Infection and the wound begins to even to attempt to preserve part or. ure taking T.inlnc I have been heal at once. For use on man or der at a "carrefour." But there are ,, r li altli than In yours," Mid heart llorozone Is the Ideal Antls'p- - any number of "carrefours" and no Buy It now surplus policemen. Therefore, "Go" jV K ('riddle. 110 N, Itobinaon St., tic and Healing Agent. nml bo ready for an emergency. and "Stop" signals will replace men t,in"nd. Va. Hi trouble Prico 3Uc, rtOc nnd $1.20. Sold by The nnd red and green lights nt each i .utter tl from stomnch m oxlt from a "carrefour" will make n) that during the clay while at Ohio County Drug Co. j.,, on the new strange constellations v rk I would get so nnuseatod and ..... f1 .......1.1 ..... (... olnn ...... IH'IN'K 111.' I'M I'l.' II()MI.'... . linvo Parisian horizon at night. o.w,. nn.1 IHUl mill." Ul USUI I TO MAKE VIOLINS Another reason for the new instalHardly n .thing I ate agreed MO' lation is the "temptrament of the tli l'Wlns and cramp mo and I Aztec, N. M., July 8. Valuable Parisian. He makes an admirable hsd a mil oinethlng turrlble. bad my mouth nearly all tlio violins are being manufactured from detective but an atrociously te in In to phase At limes I folt no miserable I, wood taken from the ruins of cllff- - "traffic cop." Ho tries Mill' . .Itcollnfu mvui .l.la nl, ..nn. una overybody, coming in all directions. Will' tO IJCII US 80011 US 1 KUl. iiuiiiu Whllo excavating recently Carl He stops all traffic to tell a pretty in audi naln I could hardly Morris, research Invostlgittor for the girl the way to the Louvre. He can r, . .it all. found n not resist chatting with his frlend3 ' Tanlac has made a different man Sniltlisonlun Institution, have dlsnp-j- number of perfectly preserved tim- while taxis honk. He will argue All my troubles ,f nnand ,m d and I ent Just anything with- bers which are believed to have been with a lawbreaker all afternoon I sure am used In construct lug the homos of tho thcn come to no decision about it. He out trouble afterwards. is charming, and dashing, and polite medicine cliff dwellers. KK(d to tell what a fine traffic force of but the one-ma- n The timbers were ostlmated to bo Tinlac Is." sold by all good drug- -' over a thousand years old, and dije any New Mexico village could give Tanlac is to the dry. hot climate that prevails him cards and spades at running glm Advertisement. In tho vicinity of tho ruins, the wood things on tho Avenue de I'Opera. -- . In addition to tho "carrefours" the tins become so well seasoned that iiiiiMiMiiiA.M aoimierald one-wa- y streets violins arj being made recently-establishe- d am owner dies high-clas- s editor It which have a tone, It Is said, will alio be provided with mechanical from equal to that of an Instrument that traffic guides. Birmingham, Ala., July 9. . has been In use for a number of V Barrett, editor and proprie In every homo where there Is a years. Birmingham tor of tho are all of flno baby there should also be a bottle of Tho Instruments ,IU,I suddenly tonight of heart fill-- , quality and are bringing high price. McGee's Baby Elixir. It may be need..r.. t the Itoabuck Country Club. ed at any time to correct sour stomMr Ilarrett had complained for BREACH OK PROMISE ach, wind colic, dlarrohea or summer eer.il days of not feeling well. SUED complaint. It is a wholesome remeHowler, this evening ho accepted an dy, contains no opium, morphine or Miss Gladys Wells, actress, of ChiInvitation for himself and Mrs. Barinjurious drug of any kind. Price to a dlnnor party at tho Koi'buck cago, said that J. H. Hoborts, wealthy r.r.c rett and COc per bottle. Sold by Ohio It was while surrounded by a oil man and rancher of Texas, had County Drug Co. Club rn group of friends thero that ho sud- - sued her for $50,000 for breach of . promise because "he wants to forco den!y expired. ItADIO BY BUS me to marry him or return his gifts," Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured which are valued at that amount. " n bus lines One of tho Or local application!, at Ihtjr cannot rtacb IB Tilers dli.ai.J portioncurof tli tar. deafness,li INDIAN STOI'S COURT ..'Oil has been experimenting with receivway to My on catarrhal by comlltutlonal remedy. anil that ! 1X)AN OK HALF DOLLAR ing taJIo messages and llstenlng-l- n Catarrhal Deafness If caused by an condition of the mucous llnlnc of on programs while Its vehicles travel th F.uatachlan Tub. Wnsn thli tub Is Inflan.d you have a rumbllnc sound or The Dalles, Ore., July 8. Indian at full speed. The metal rail of the hearlnr, and when It I Mitlrtly Even the courts vehicle serves as an aerial and the closed. Deafnsss la tb result. Unless the "brave" Is right! inflammation can b reduced and this tub ground, no dragrestored to Its normal condition, htarlni have no terror for Lo, who has tho stairway acts as a Many casts ot will b destroyed forevsr. justice ging wire being necsessary. deafness art caused by catarrh, which la temerity to halt tlui wheels of an inflamed condition ot th mucous sur- - j...i,nii llm Iiiilco hannens to ho a (acts Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru THE MODEBN VEKSION mucous surfaces of the friend of his and he wants to borrow the blood on th system "Mother may I go out to swim?" W On Hundred Dollars for a halt dollar. will any cast ot fit Catarrhal Dtafnttt that cannot "Yes. my darling Lillian! Judge Fred W. Wilson with his lit curtd by Hair. Catarrh MtJIcIn. CirIs tight and thin culars frt. All Drutcltts. TSC. usual dignity, was presiding In Cir- Wear your suit that CO., ToltdO, O. F. J. CHENEY And vamp a man with a million!" Attorney cuit Court here. District Francis V. Galloway was making a JOKE ABOUT SWISS NAVY He la happiest, bo he king or peasJLYY SOOX BK OBSOLETE vigorous opening statement in a bootant, who finds peace In his home'. legging case. Goethe. Into the corridor outside strolled Geneva, Switzerland, July 8. The Spencer, a georg.ously attired KSlPIiOYKI) IN TRANSPORT Joko about the "Swiss Navy" may Indian Indian. Income obsolete If plans which en- Warm Springs reservation gineers are now drawing up materia- Ho Inquired for "Fred Wilson," and The total number of Individuals en. was Informed that Judge Wilson was gag;d In "trade and transportation" lize A group of engineers have a plan on the bench In the courtroom. advanced from 1,240,000 in 1870 to Thil fact that the coutroom was 4,767,000 In 1900 and 7,390,000 In for linking up tho Rhone and the Ithlno rivers by canal, and thereby filled with spectators and that the 1920 according to figures comp'led making navigation to Geneva possi- dignity of the state of Oregon was by statisticians of the Firestone being preserved didn't feeze Spcmcer. Bureau. Tho greitest perble tho centage rf this increase Is ot coursa provld Bight up to tho bench and The proposed plan, would Infor tho building of a canal, which Judge's chair marched tho bravi ttaceaule to tho automotive Industry. of Geneva. dian. would run under tho city Prosecutor Galloway pnused; Judihusband flirts with Shlp3 of large tonnag3 would thus StelaYour sail under tho Swiss city, navigation cial dignity tottered. tho cook dreadfully. Fred, please," said tho "Four bits, Maude Does he really? Ho used would bo opened to the center ot to b? quite good at It. Switzerland and a Swiss navy might old bravo. . The court dug down, whIM the w bo a possibility. courtroom roared. AMERICANS JOIN JUDGKS IN BUM CASK "That's all right Mr. Galloway, "BIG BILL" lLaYAVOOD OAIjIj WHISKY A FOOD proceed with your case," directed the court. "This Is Just a family afA party of 50 American workmen, New York, July 7. Whisky was fair." sailed mostly from tho Northwest, Judge Wilson Inter oxplalned that from Now York to Join the colony of declared a food today by Justices I'feschl, Vorhoes and Herbert In Spe- Indian Spenc ir looked him up every "Big Bill" Haywood In tho Yolga In sentencing time he camo In from tho reservation district of Russia. Haywood, forcial Sessions Court Domico Duplssy, a West Indian and "borrowed" fifty cents. mer I. W. W. leader, received certain to tho penitentiary for a term Industrial concessions from the sovot between six months and two years. iet government for tho establishment HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Duplessy had sold a policeman a botof his colony. o. tle of "black and white" Scotch whistrW- - I l.lllAll .IV t.T? ( "Mary,'' said the mistress of tho ky, which on analysis provd to bo (SWINE T' SLEEP SUNDAY house, when she discovered dust on iodine and water. the table, "I can write my name on AAWNIN' IN CHU'CH , BUT Tliuro Is no statuto covering the thq Justhis table." adulteration of whisky, nnd AH WA'NT MS "Yes, ma'am," roplled Mary, beamtices wero at first In a dilemma, but JES' PLAYIN' POSSUM ON changed ing, "I always said thoro Is nothing finally ordered the' charge COUNT DE WAY DE PAHS0N llko education." Success. to adulteration of food. WUZ TECHIN' OP VE-AL- L Duplessy pleaded not guilty. "He was driven to his grave." SIMNUHS.' AMKItlCAN-BOUJAPS "Suro ho was. Did you expect him to walk?" Lord Jeff. HKFUSK TO JOIN AKMY REVEALS HIS red-gree- .. iilhk. r:cf..i imwuii CALL ON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire' in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. 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"You had plenty ot tun out of It, his home had been dispersed. anyway, didn't you Bob?" the alderman smilingly Inquired. "I guess I did," answered the negro. "If you were In my place how much would you tine yourself?" he was asked. "About ?5, I guess, judge." "Good enough, Bob. Just pay the station sergeant the five, add a dollar for costs and you may .then be released," was the final decree of the court. '"Hl.dSL, Cardoi "Did 4 BOSTON'S OLDEST MAN WtdeforMet". IS 118 YEARS OLD Declares Tills Lady. srra vvujr "I suffered for a long time wilh womanly weakness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce ; Suffer? North Easton, Mass., Jully S. How did Jesus end his great "SerCharles H. Munroe, who has Just 7. Matt. 7: mon on the Mount?" and his one hundred celebrated 24-2- s S Shlp-By-Tru- ck ne-Kr- o, N Honolulu. T. H., July 8. Breaking precedents of long standing by openly and defiantly refusing to obey an army conscription summons issued by the Japaneso government, two Japaneso living on the Island ot Kauai have declared themselves to be American citizens and not subject to orders of the Japanese according to a story pubJapanese-'Kngung- o lished In Kauai Shlmpoo, a paper, ot the district in which tho Iwo Japaneso live. summons was The conscription a on tho two Japanese by served acting as asont for Buddhist priest, Flapperdom reached its philosophical limit last week when my pet flapper said: "I wish mother didn't my spoiling look so old. She's London Sketch. chances." . - wo "have within It we meet no gods bo suro it is because wo harbor That only which can we see without. none. Emerson. Cepjriftit, 19y by McClujsN syntfttk Thero wus a fair maid named O'Neal Who went up In a groat ferrls whiel, On the very first round Sho looked at tho ground, meal! And it cost her an80-cent 4 St.,Ashevllle,N.C. "I now the oldest resident In the state. Munroe Is well up In the events of LSBsF finally got to the place where it was an effort for the. day and does "not believe In the me to go. I would have Volstead act, chews and smokes and bearing-dow- n pains in appreciates a good cigar. For a esmy side and back man of his years he enjoys good pecially severe across my health, tho ho would get around muc back, and down in my better only for a crick in his back. ALMOST TIIAGIC side there was a great For many years he followed the occudeal of soreness. I was pation of farming In Roxbury, Ashnervous and easily UpThe- pale, proud girl turns to the land and also In North Easton. set. man, who Is gaz big, heavy-browe- d was never married and he Munroe He has a ing at her so Intently. attributes his long life to regular exTAKE hand. glittering knife In his ercise and good habits. "Havo on no heart?" she asks .n e low, oven tones. Doing hard work In a bent or "No." he tolls her. stooping position puts a stitch in the "Then glvo me 10 cents' worth of back that is painful. It the muscles' liver." have become strained, you can't get! Itanldly cutting off the desired rid of It The great1 without help. amount, tho butcher wraps It up for penetrating power of Ballard's Snow her, gives her the change, and turns Liniment will appeal to you most to wait on tho next customer. strongly at such times, because It Is m the very thing you need. Price 25c, KD1TOKS ON WAV TO Sold by 60c and $1.20 per bottle. MKKTING NATIONAL "I heard o! Cardui and m Ohlo County Drug Co. decided to use it," conChicago, July 9. Several hundred POLICE RESERVES CALLED tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I i saw shortly it was benemembers of tho Natlonnl Editorial TO AWAKEN LABORER fiting me, so I kept it up Association left Chicago today for and it did wonders for Missoula, Mont., where the annual Knoxvlllo, Tenn., July 7. It took me. And since then 1 convention will bo held. Tho editors the combined efforts of pollco rehave been glad to praise an extensive tour thru will make serves and 100 citizens today ot Cardui. it is the best and Glacier National Parks. awaken John Wheelor, 45, a laborer, woman's tonic made' a nlnoty-six-hosiesta. Having from Weak women need a last seen Wheeler enter his homo tonic. Thousands and FOR FLETCHER'S Monday morning, and finding all en. thousands, like Mrs. trances to the homo barrsd, neighSimpson, have found ) bors called the police. Cardui of benefit torlhem. locked and Finding the door NEGRO NAMES OWN KINK Try Cardui for your trouIN COURT AT ATIiANTA barred from tho Insldo, pollco sumble. moned u blacksmith to open It. He window Atlanta. Ga.,' Jully 8. Aldorman failed. Thru a sacond-stor- y ALL D. R. Wilder, of the Fourth wanl Wheeler could bo seen lying on a cot, acting Judge in tho absence of Re- apparently dead. Pollco and citizens DRUGGISTS corder Johnson, proved himself a finally employed a batt(rlng ram to awakbreak In tho door. The nolso most democratic jurist. ened tho slumberer, who demanded Witness tho fact: Robert Glddlngs, negro, held on a to know tho causo. of all tho racket. drunk charge, couldn't fell how It Wheeler returned to his cot tp finish 5-i What did tho centurion at Capernaum say to Jesus, and what answer did Jesus glvo hint? Matt. 8: What power, and what commission did Jesus give his twelve apostles when he sent them forth? Matt. 10: eighteenth birthday anniversary Is s s s s CARDUI The Woman's Tonic s 2 Children Cry ur CASTOR A s 3 :nb4 I m ASiiiNGTIlN COMMENT the United States made this solemn statement, Jut which must find n responsive echo In uvery trns American heart: "The foremost thought In the Confutation Is the right to freedom and Jrw pursuit of happiness. Men must )i free to live and achieve. Liberty Is imnc In America when any man Is d by anybody the right to, work It does not And live by that work. aiatte? who denies." Ku Klux Klunsmeu who first whip and then run out of town thosu who In not planse them; the murderers of lUrrln, 111., tho capitalists who grind wncea down below living possibilities; and the unions who forbid others to work In the plnces they vacate .jn strike sln.t ! ..'.I tnlce tint The President of de-ale- To Users Of Gasoline and Motor Oils YouVe too much at stake in your motor equipment to be "spoofed" by mere claims about this or that thing in a gasoline or motor oil. -- of Warrfn Q. Harding's under most careful consideration. Louis James, nationally known aviator, swung from one piano to anothIn er by means of a ropo ladder. some way the two planes did not parate promptly enough; his ladder iwung him against the pri'pellor of fhe machine from which he had jumped, and he was, literally, out to pieces, in midair. Madame Georges Hreycr, Trench woman of Lyons, clnrtri.in an airplane for a hurried trip from a vacation resort to Naples, found nature faster than the machine and bore a jon 6 000 f et In the air. Both she and the boy were safely lanJul. and tli2 'n.ic'iiine. later he purchased Rhlrli had thus become immortal a3 '.he first to give life. Flying Is yet In Its swaddling tlothe. We do not but begin to rtnow what we have yet to learn ibout the conquest of tho air. But e a- rong before h : In airplanes tiommon as births on steamrs or wains, civic consciousnes will have awakened to the enormity of brave but foolhardy men to risk their llvs In needless stunts" Icr the thrilling of gaping sight jeers. per-niittl- rg technical terms don't insure you all the pep, power, mileage, safety and satisfaction you are entitled to in a motor fuel or lubricant. But the word "Standard " does. And that's why it is the d and the stand-b- y of the biggest users of gasoline and oils everywhere. High-soundin- g buy-wor- Ueprcenatve Upshaw of (1ori;lj. backing a bill in Congress, the pur-pof which Is to extend financial aid to the relatives of victims of the Knickerbocker Theater dKasti"-- . it will be recalled that Representative Tpchaw's neice was one of the and un' of the heroines of the its iij os ( . matter who says there is. They know the dependability of the Standard Oil products and the responsibility of the Company back of them. They know that if there were a better gasoline than New Crown or a better motor oil than Polarine, the Standard Oil Company would have it for them. But "there aintno sich animal," no You carfc "spoof" the big users. Gasoline that it is universally called "The 'Perfect Motor Fuel." It's even better than the requirements specified by the U. S. Government. New Crown is made right here in Kentucky by a Kentucky firm, the Standard Oil Company (Kentucky) in its own refinery at Louisville, from which you get it fresh at all times a firm that for 36 year has been a vital part of the business activities of the state of Kentucky people. -- lth most Mns.Ta respect for the i frifi wnicn au .vno iinii ieui .es uu Ir'cndJ In this surpassing honor have suffered, it ssenis wise to point out Hint there is no more reason for the iTnitPfi states Treasury to come to the' relief of the survivors of this' who were j tragedy than to help-thosbereaved in tho IroquoN Theater dlsasfr in Chicago or the General Slocum holocaust in New York. On the ibcary that the United Stales hivu prevented tho Knickerbocker disaster by a better, larger or more adeiuate building department in the city government of Washington, D. C, the unthinking may find jouie support for this propo3td mea-jtlBut why not say that the United SJues should hivo i theater is nation service which And even if It had such a virtf-Fervice, why consldor that any theater failure calls for government funds 'or survivors? We have an Inter-sta- w Commerce Commission with an accident investigation department, But we don't pay damngea to relatives of railroad disaster victims. Wo have-steamboat Inspection service, but no relative of the Geneial Ulocum rcelved aid from tho Trasury. Tho United States Is not an Insur-an- c company. It pays pensions, rightly, to Us own servants; It aids, rightly. Its own soldiers and sailors; ibut that it fahould relieve distres of the relative of the victims of tragedies is hardly a proposal. def 'ndable e Pa rag.ty. j So good, so uniform, so dependable and so economical is New Crown and the economical life of its Don't be "Spoofed-B- uy . the "Always Reliable HEALERS IX HAKTFOM), HEAVER DAM, 99 back of which is a responsibility that is your guarantee of maximum pep, power, safety and satisfaction. And buy them from these, your own home dealers: mi , Standard Oil Products New Crown Gasoline, Polarine Oils and Greases, CHOWX GASOLINE AXD POLARINE AXD VICINITY ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. J. P. CASEBIER ' n ' ! '" WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, vJ V Hartford, Ky., REAVER DAM COAL CO., McIIenry, Ky O. I'. PHELPS, McIIenry, Ky. RICHARD SHIELDS, Ciomwell, Ky. & SOX, Beaver Dam, Ky. KAVEU DAM AUTO CO., Boaver Dam, Ky. C1IAS. l'ETEUS & UHO., Denver Duin, Ky. K. I. SWAIN, Ilockport, Ky. KICKS & UUIIGIIEK, Eihols, Ky. IIVLLIE ELLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. X JCP I. "3fiV. j. til1 '. a... v. CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS . T. WILLIAMS,, Rob Roy, Ky. HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky. .JOE J. SHULTZ, AVjsov, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Ceiitertown, Ky. ARTHUR T. ILEH, Rockport, Ky, FRANK EVERLY, Ci'iitertonii, Ky. , ' P. A. SWA YXE, Prentiss, Ky. ... rt. 'itii) V. POLARINE DEALERS INDUSTRIAL R. P. DAUGHERTY, Rnlzctown, Ky. CENTERTOWX LIGHT CO., Contcitown, Ky. REAVER DAM! COAL" CO., Taj lor Mines, Ky. S,Zll ASSN., McIIenry, K. vi.: V?T' . w . t TsC - - i V.V'i '"" ivi . r vzv. f '- - Y. :ZG-i- Je x t r ilH."'-fl'lii'!- i UTW-) -! J VmJhaimaf v 'j. r." ":v ;.. ;- - homo whcie there Is a In osiby there should also bo a bottle of JlcGee's Baby Ullxlr. It may be need-- ! d at any time to correct sour stom-- ( jch, wind colic, diarrohea or summer romplaint. It Is a wholesome reine-y. contains no opium, morphlno or njirious drug of any kind. Price Sold by Ohio "fie and 00c per bottlo. vn County Drug Co. 1 eery y ' Vi'i .& V ,i .0 IVw . is... Ih K - OLATON will visit for a few days. Their came homo Friday. Saturday. Rev. Wilbur Hall of Deaver Dam, Mr. J. H. Jamison loft Sunday for aunts, Mrs. II. L. Amies and Mrs. W EvarsvIHe, Ind., and Waltonsvllle, I Miller, and Mr. J. L. Smith went was In town Monday. Mr, Hiram Keith, of Dells Run, with them In tho car. HI , whore ho will visit relatives. Mr C Smith, who is workl'ig In Louisville, spent Saturday and Sun-ili- y w'th his family, here Alius Jonnlo May, of Loulsvlll . Mr. s. Harold Smith, of Garfield, Ai. ami Mr. L. J. Honn, of Louisville, are Hie guests of A. W. May uud family, this week. Miss Hnttlo May, who has been rt friends nnd lolatlvea In past three weeks, for the . J L. 4b i The Perfect Motor Fuel vlll, Alr.s. 99 M-- vls-rti- ed D. Lyons and sons went to TtOulsvllle Monday, wherd the Miss Vicy Urutcher, ot Route 2, was In town Monday, boys who has uet4i worklug lu Louisville,! Mrs, Audrey; Urutcher of Louls Is visiting her parents, Mr and Narrows Sunday. Charles Kzc'll, of this place. Mr. Floyd Payton and son, Earl, Mr. Ellis Mitchell and Claud Ren-fro- and Park Alton went to South of Dundee, were buying stock Thursday, returning SaturIn this community Monday. day. Mr. and Mrs, M. C. Stono went to Mr. Frank St. Clair, of McIIenry, Cir-rollt- was In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. May wont to Fordsvllle Sunday. Mr. Joe St. Clair of McIIenry, was tho gueet of Mr. Floyd Pavton Run. day.